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The Hartford republican: December 1, 1911 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 hao1911120101_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: December 1, 1911 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. te Jforttefl Fine Job Work. VOL. XXIV. RESULTS OF THE ikiring J HtffttUAcavi Subscription $1 per Year No. 20 DEVOTED TO TUB INTERSTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF QIIIO COUNTY. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1911. (wmpfUsn flwtaB.fBftisd lt(a view of 0o ih.o.-m-t eWttlofi ki a fonoilul iwtfer oaMod famUi by ajwr-aoa-al u for (jwuiid, a binder cos's him less than his pfow or cast iron cook BtOiVet The price of binder mine has ri'jdad-U- y fallen, until today It ivii'nils for flhaA. nwttof. Ho had mo UW& CANDIDATES only a Hit 1 3 more than liotf of MHiat the gr at horfe: ELECTION any wwiuW hi prtot-e- d, tJw W of It did ton yeans ngo. L&te .in it'll 0 fall nt Lexington in m1 utiprled to noa it will l During tho ironings the prices of 1908, Capt. J. T. WUlInms visited a (Jhoughla In iwhit, but aonw of the farm maohincs at home and abroad sale ait Lexington, which manknd the Will be Iniated in h4 prowefits are eo atrlkkus twwl ao rtlsnausspid. It was oliown, wra by Perish in (Umnosal of the fUinous StrniOTlta put that .we are faking, Ute Hbisr-t- y Thoroughbreds an nuide by tlie UniComments by the Lexing- wllof ouot'-it-g liborally frani s'.udy of the .lato IMttauurgh turfman, him. ot ted Statics Gorirjiinvm', hr.t n Stock Farm Fire. Oftpt S. 3. Urawin. He confinod his Hena Js wb&t h Ba,8 about tho laml- farhinder which a K .mtuoky ton Leader. purahasta to winllngs, and among tha 'oungqticra of this nge ha lnrrchas-o- d Into the Woodmen of the World mer can. buy for about $12..00, casta v Kentucky is to an unsiiMgd tho English furciFr $135, the French Over was likely looking bay colt by and has iba.in for Bevperal y.arB. Monument to be Erected fanmer $173, the Swedish faiimer Gatiry Herrmann, out uf Sahnna, by With In 1903' Uaskhatm cmrnUid ttio State Deal City Will be on Jan. 20 Democrats made $1C0, tha Russian farmer $1S0, ithe the Graves of Great Farandole, for w.hioh hy paid $175. over Belknap by mjarty 23,000; la 1907 Siberian fann.r $187, and the farmer Crowded. Liquor Interests at Last MoHi took tha to anllniga to his farm Willson won by 18.000, smld In 1911 Performers. of Germany $203.00. In Voodond county and had him by 34,006. rpho Biarf3 Juat now, on account of tha Official. , JIcCr.SB.ry a ment Says Former goldijd and titan in duo tlmo brok Is woblltig and may nat BlWw diqwn and agitation of contain camp W. O. W. hild an The local him as a jvarllng, working hlm an Uwywrs, K in'iucky farmers are MKlant-er- ed for many yeare. Indoqd It may Jw best Sprdii'g Station, Ky., Nov, ' 2C ineating last SalUirday eu'liiiaUurdci quant-- r around :24 at (that age. oayf liard-shl- iP for It not to drop Into a pantton rut Governcr Oray, the with tha worst eont of , night and an elegant ibanquet was Tho Lexington Leader teat Sunday cy iln tha purcha33 of thoir farm an lolther side. An son of Garry Uarrmanin Salamavln-no- r Rev. Bruner Was Welcomed. contoalnod the follawlnig qdltoniil: served ito the chontra and thalr la- te a Bafogumnd wgailmat conchu maohlnes and rqxalr panUj for of tho Amoiican and Latanla DJr-blThe Ldadiar baa rooclyttl possibly TUa followilng f 110m ItHw adly Nciws, dls. i same. F.t. rstix)nd In five Kentuoky, tinuous bad pollolos. Dratrict iManager, Major R. B. Rusa ujooro' of lctitars from Riapuhldean Canter, Trxas, .has bin rjojhl it. Sad to relate, in tills State tdiera Many .things oontrlbutod to our E5rie and Hamilton DerbkJs, and tiho of com. arrangamonts Is loaders throughout the Startjj by Air. W. AI. Fair, concerning Dr. J. sell wus present and a law by which any pros'cuting in in oplmlon, heavi et mongy winner on (aha AmeriSomo of tli-aarficla menting upon our full page wrare ccmvtevA to hold a mammoth a'Jtemiey can bning stilt ngainst any oppoalto uffoat can turf of 1911 and halfibnqthiar.Oauii W. Brunr,nso3nitly (pag'or of itho Pirat Uw should ihave had an two wvaoks ago on Uicr "Causes of wiill class iiu roduaMon in this dtiy on Jan- ccirporoticn doing business in Co., Baptlgt Church in tlhis city, and but did not Undcubvally tlia pnincl-R- ty .Tax, awind by II. N. SmWi Tiluo eeniaral n RsauU dn Kentucky." friends uary 20th, 1912, at which time ithe Common wtnltii pays th-Wquor ioo but raced iby Cajit. Jamas T Williams bs of inteivgt to'hla many causo wa3 monjy. Ite expression, is baa of agn:BmantA&th class of One Thousand maw membera cost of prosacufcloni, nnd ehauld a pto made; up Uwlr inlnda Co carry tiho ono of tha boat known fiunEmen in In HarXond: our views 'of the remarkable rjeTOraal Loglslatune agalngt th3 extensloni of dilEiata jury assess a fine, :vnd ths THE NEW PREACHES HAS ARRIV- firm ittao 41 cxmprs in tli3 tlw counto1, were burnod to dea'h will bo glvn the AimpUMed Protec- ba oolteated, tho (axpny-r- a of itjhecoun of conditions batiwa.in tho aanaunw tha County Unit tela along llmo3 ED. jd hiaro toiday at S'.ockwoqd Faiim. tio msnit of Judge O'Rear's candidacy in "Hov. J. W. Brun.r, tho new Bap- tion Bagnee and tha on'ira mombsr-shi- p ty dn Mitich eult is Jjnuisht irre net hy J.udgs 0'It-3aand to ac- ono was on 1M13 place when the fliv Subthe Spring and (due elao&on in thi complishing will bo advanced to tha bjn 'fdttiod, hut thu nrvtorsi' ys and that purrposo nstonlail ni!d broloe out except tha va'rarun turf-m-- tist I pastor for this place, Xvjth his llglbts or Fall, with occasional side family, condatlreg of a wiife and bne lime Degree of Morning. The Public caunt offices iput 88 per tljt. of tlia vas nemder-aSanator aicr..ar. TJm and iAv) cook. When Da- i- WilInstalla'j'on cf 410 offiicors from tho tine" into thalr rawm poelvj b. Jiaw llghtt on 'phases Of tone fcampilgn. daVjberately liams r nched ((lie bami jlia;t held all child, arrived In the city lihls morn D imccraic pla'torm Froon fceverul SMiroetj we ijovo lmn ing, and Bro. Bruner, in company (witi 41 camps in tha DJatintot will be onj one of thei euI's iwaa aivpildad jjromlalng to extond tho that connuotad him w.ltdi the tunfliho broughit in Bull'itt couciy. H.jrj3 is of tha leading features of the advised that in the laist trw or fjhivo "Counity Colcmol barn was Itoo far gonia and it Mras an. Mr. J. C. Ragars, htm bain callln. Unit Law," but ua.d Mu-il- c by a cornet band iwiHl be what the Shxh irdsvilla News Bald days before titoa election GOO uJl:tgrtLm3 on and editing acquainted with tin? : iihrosa "local optton'Mn-Etoa- d. impoaalbility for rjfce itnvo LoulsviVia o nwn render-iduring itihe aftarnoon and abjut it: "In the Cuicuit Court last people todaiJ. wro salt out of to ibe lxiacuad. Olhe I03S initerrastefl in tine liquor traffic tailofflicrirs Saturday atternoon Hha jury crying ','Bro. Brunor (Is n gjjftloman of owning and some of the 1 iglalnJtTcn (will bo cmaaticd on will raaich ?40,000. Ba:h hiarKB and plKi-sInvs. ing fthimn ,lo do nil in their pqwrar for Sontd t will also be prea-jnit- . A srrialal dis- the care of tlia Common wvu'rh aj nrance, and those of the aale of liquor, but the barn wisjie partially Jnaured. th subj-.npensation l'as been gnanjed all cainips the In.t'irnatonail Hansit-- r Comrany Sana'or MoGroary and tto Deanocratic liavo nwt him bdcoia that hi mill hardly follow tho Conabituftioa n will Tha orilgln of the fire in uniknaw-nr- - it ticket, as everything had tecta for maik'a good the apl indld v pu'j2i:lon as tar this moe Jng, only allowing tih m ut Ajmerdca ra'urW'd a vewl'ot of Ai- - and broke out construotKd by tha Count 11 o'olock and 0. ramged. Of course itsho. ibolegrttnia iweavj; a3 a mints' ir and Ohrlailan g'jra'J man to admit nyw imemhjrs at $3.00, whioii the tull amount ullowud by larw, pa&ls. In my opln'.on lit will mako th j naan. or toe airimaas lie brings rfvlfih h'.m. Of ithis amour.it, if the verdict guarded An ithalr iiajnguage, out unny mudiical exasnilnadcm and Include sanallent unit tha final arbifcr of its wore taken later from liha ruins and were sent to men who knuv iwihblt w:a "Cr.QT people ar,a always delight- tranfiponnituai Jo Hanaord and re s'anids, Ibha Common wvoltli's Attorney own do3tilny It vrM. provldyi for 'ak-ln- g will ba buried, aide by ftjde, on Stwck- 0; will g it $2,500; Oounty Attorney, latendfid and how to naspand. Thara ed to w loairw the ativtn; c.f buch turn. oiy, wcod Farm ,whene ithay tho vaie in oiah "counoy, Ibrougihit Ginoult Clerk, $500.00; Truila Major Russell has osiahluahed headIs drcurnig'jnntial evidence iiijat "tins town, deilnabKa citizens to I's poputbUan, and dlstriot," but It yoarllngs and trained, A manunx-ini- t leading liquor peopdo hKfld off lunflil as wv indlivhaiv in eh!a good family, quarters ait the CoramiJieial ,; Hotel of tha jury fund, $150; and theS'late, county will mark the graves. wtfll bo go word.d that if a tahoiwdng Sfyfoe .last fow day3 bafona and tha Nuwa can niisuna biym that whero any intoranatton didiod by $600, I sj $120 paid iWM'tt- - juroTS for voUw "dry" as a whole, any ona of th hands, oa man who bad ibav amallr units votog'wet" shall be Cant. Wdlttams, who blais b'to on utoriir w iocinie in our .mldat will be camps or members con be ob'atoiaxL five days and $25 paUl tlih; Jaiferand their itlho modt plotunaiquia charaot-juci made most cordial." diarmair.it beioante BuddcoCy native at Ha has Jutit arriwjd from the Wejem Sheidfff iVaving ithe S'eto $455 ciult of. .'counity vatos "wix" of "woC'anid if el3ver.',h hour. tha Am idean turf, is heart 'bnulfrja tho IWt of tha District aiid ivipctr'13 n.'l $5,000.00. Bullj'it cauDy frm un'ii-in- g, "dny" tftiall any amaKieT unit voting Mr. Rogers Has Resigned. oS'.t bis oi3. Out of all Hie horiis fviith and ul'imaVa'y fiu ftiraiwr wilt catnips in thait section conilnK The Leadier ilqanns lihiat ithc liquor bo "dry." Tib's is by whait is m-nOint lio Ijaa raaad ,lniclutLrig , Jaa expaats Govuraictr McCreary Ky., 23. Lcn good class 8 of niaw Nov. interesta The piy 4w 'vha'(a '"bing." Fganktort, i)Jat-fait"local opyon" in tbfi DjmcciVuXc 13 ult ul'iinately Cottonv Raim's Horn and a score of Ragra has nisign.d as BtaV bank qimips cofcrrtos tho will bo ip njcojnjnandOhoxBaaigociftho Coun tie . fornir3 iwilllpiy in ouy.udmonit. -massage ftoilifio Gen ouher good iioirs b it he big Garaiy ny No ou 0X011110, folioAYiing hits in(!icr..m.-.a:i-t, ty Unit hill In ih.s by announod la'yr and. annaoetpi.into fi-- m'ie itan th y imag-cuThm dhQ Amsriican Tobacco Gam- Saiima g.itllns was dearoatof h,3 Fnj-o'j'a are luting n:adi. coa afford to ray to the Iiiwjji e ocunlty grand jury at Lex- a ipoiihllc ral Assembly, dust will be sarjtofkd thjm a.l to him. H13 valuud uho ington, on tlie charge of falso awiaar- - The various ccmmJitoos oa roa.i.ji $5 000.00 tdceiue for tlie indvilege of If ho Litis the laitrjer drop th'iiie. A jar (Oonticuod on Eighth, pago.) hwiio 6it $25,000 and tod only r joent-l- y irg ivismding thia cond'j'itcn of Urn 05., will ba appointed at The .laid ijx: di Inj bi:a tcca cu a cou.ni'y, the Ddnuagrais and RrapuMaans rigu'iair jroaling tf Hoinilsaid ro.ua.d $10,000 Dor a half in'ijiviat Ivjnitucltj- - tank oX LoxlnoVMi. or 'o1. r 'T'e wi'l drive ira Canip declared tor tho Oocrl'.y Unit blllln In the animal. Coutty Tax wus "al-- u ocaiTariVis finaan' 'die iSfe. To aXH ilr, Rogansforn3rlysv;E0d-a- J t Har'-Eor- d, No. 202.. th ir platforms the liquor paqplnwire K. OF P. BANQUET th of (Jo val-t- u mo.Vinn tarm nacdilroj out of d at $2,500, "baiweien tho davil and tha d.pbluj aud he i3 a hiwitjr cf Mr. Fon Ju-gimrJha-sdzo- d elf hts lia'f brojher. O'lt-a- r twu icky w raid t Je Sei a Rogers cf PllaojuilK sax," but when o WAS ELABORATE AFFAIR THE ROMANCE OF hutkdr d jwirs, nrrl s.'niiny rwdi fto bis ptofjianni hy tajnixg Iio wopld WILL LEAVE THE TURF. Sentenced Three Years. aanrdr ca aaily A rmr 280,000 tomw. loojp itfie Gonoral Aaseraibly In. coal ilniu On aooourit of his ngw th& vo'eran; THE REAPER Rcn-ancXn ihe United Stoltd3 court ajt 0w?n9 untaj 4t iiosseu euch of tdie a Most Enjoyoble Occasion of the turfman, will retire from the turf, as ou3 a srton U to per," mane ful'y 11 a'ia tlan ev- -r hUlMUtsy djcnideid tDat it if as n'.l ovor boroMcinidaj-- , Odlo Sampson pleaded tho horajs m ma all mhat he'hiad in gooa by ba'or. i.! ie 7t bi' rroi r w irw"' In that dirco'Jon. Tbta a'jorj' monriy, Kind Given in the Year Miss tia'.ning. Tlw paEaing of Cant Wil- guilty to passing count-rM- t agriculture nnd tho en'iro business and "v,m finod $t and coats, and that An itihalr dKama thy ograad W liams from fjfco turf wiDll caitu The Lecture and the Real Facts Neely Entertained. wonld h'xioj id'e dvkiiiu'ir.ii cf irVrn to nine moniDhs i!n tho county suitpant ChDeimaonatte tdokytnsnbody rognat 'all aver Amcnjca, aa ha Curm macld-ru?- . To cu'Kiple tiiti wortc If Ahoy Wk31q assured H:at eo extra Jail. BusFacing the Farmers and haiS; rac d hones in praetictklliy wjry iLogisla-tur- e of h ouniramy tliait has made all CllSfcrd S:ihroo'w, wiio v.ias ani cisisaLon tcuW ibo called if itha pa It or the country. From tla timo tdie Tho Kialgh'B of Pyi'jh:oi3 bawqxivf-- ivt he enijoncd iness Interests in Ky. this possible woJl bo (o cripple failed to pasa thla oouni' Unit tha apont cf kdnigs ncorly ted in Henderson in July, and oliuns- farms and tha wjjiro busf'nitiia wvjl-fa- re rigular 'oaaalon. This Caa'jlo Hall, TU3riday nssaUxg mas a a half craturv a?o ha ha3 'always ed w4th inalainig and passing counitr-fet- it bill at tht 20,tl. of itho Stnito inonfjy, leujorcd a pl'-- of gullry, llodse 4s saM to havB bosni Vv3n,and niiaat .pnaniouiiotd buockiss In every owned one or mora of ?jhe (bjjt hoii&j3 Through tlw oourteay of th'a War-nation- al by U. naituiully was onjojjd and was fined $1 and coats, and ean-- t tha Unipr ieople at oncd "shaiVlciut" In aho land. Duntag h.s can Kr .on Harwjsfer Company Df Ameruho 8U'3its, and oran lihy nwn'JlWB Prevarication of Ignorance. :wi oaornious campaign fund nnd the turf ho lina tad tlna plsruauro of jnced ito' thnea yars in tho Federal ica too Ohio County Suply Co., and all ovor ths S'ate o iK&r thomsalvtos "WHre imona (tdiaai plwuj.d. s ulTg ibis colons, blue and white pol- p initenitiany at Atlanrta, G. Ohio of tiho eoliioduks in the J. A. Daniel our local lnipl montt diaal-er- s For several days the ccimirJtftcu Inljmls italltas o gat busy. The pros cu ton aaai.nut Ji & Sthrc Tariff law cf h!s oounitry tUiat ka doi'is, conv3 dqwn tp fhe wire in were able ito pwsomt lho lactunj- B?rry L. Taylor, of Knitighitfl ,Wihio wias anuatol in Har,ifonl emtoirtaiximan't Djmocra a cai'J a r'bh r aahiadulo, and it is a iraittar of common (pJk nl front of Boma of the moat fonrnldable of "Thio Itomaxloa D. Khafc a tinikTiiitouB chaJracan, E. P. Mcore and tR. jwllWoal olrcKa at tha aarnia jMme, and chargwl g'Ja tho Raap-:irtiolili oax tfxe turf. at Bean's Oiuna HOutto which Priosid. at left m: is inde- to nulaa thuj hcuiirg in ads possession negatives tuimiDd 'ldcs'hy tho Dcon-cro- te Walker, has labor-.- d iund iutob fffibl , is '.ile w.col sihtiiiuVs, and Aimcmg tlia bdg avian's wihlah Capit- -. asi Friday night. oamiplQle, and Xiitfs ef-- f from wtoich iho counitDrMt ownf.iy 4n 4ho closing days of iho It The lecture 4Va tlt3 ctory of the yit ata'il?JC3 show uiai nlo WiUllama has caul'juiud nno the wtis made, was continued, and tihe progress and it i3 onaditad to tho 1- jTuS were ifully lvalizel and appro- on a tulit of clajhes, tiits;i:u,'rg st iy of agricul'jura fn-othe D iiby, witih Jce Cotitcm; C&l!li)d V dufon,daKit was nelcaswd upon nbond ii. A.nt 4tati n Hirtjrtrt nnni. intfi word .ixdutiAk dy is u d, tmxts cciVtiU ito tilo ivrt.tai.i. u:y, for d;n wlh Ram'a Horn; cif $500. His (rial will cutne up nex. ' About 8:30 tirf guodta and mmben3 Co., the railway corpora, dors and the and it .iruo e tie 6avu!ojoruit cf loom auimn'is to S1.32. Anil yit 'dw '.- Bnishi'jan Handicap, wdith Ham's Horn; oailed ini'o he diLiicg rcoai, May,- - and it is thought JJiot at that Bastonn Kentucky and Wo.it Vilrgjnta wmio l implenicras and iniaorXiuo Cram .Cie iff rjii'.i'j.' tihoany tt that witih Aniaidcan D,by, W1..J1 Gov. Urayrad mZljomcfocu milo are. the will bo aoquit od. to ox- - wuono Uuro , luag tables wienv jdawJ rcttptii'g hwk Ito the, scyrihj aud C4-dl- 0:1 Jn froj U it cljjhins mud Gray. tina the Lalonia Diviby wli'ii Grr. A plo,t tube rvoouiccB tf iJw nuciuni'aln ad platus ledd for 118 rMX-s- . thictgh to the fliut r ap-.-- r, he cost abau 1 alf a hat tc o?.u nv. :lucn3 jre alio ane.ui o'jl.ur iango Methodist Church. auction of the Sta'io and want mm delliihOiul rcoau was'acrv. d, lihe fitft nucaxlfc 'baniai', guo:JlrJi traoorcu- - The 'iitcck irj tmiw" of suah iniui Mnit3 won pior o 'bta wf.'JU minor T. V. JOINER, Pagoir. in power wbo are ifrKamMy to nhjfr c.unsi octia'trs U Uiivl, asxltupeu hor&jj ui.it d in Aicei-Jcauuro spauidur, and athKjr icuj.ti. is .y.'hcr provaricat'ein cr fgnoiMaaa. tunt tuicals. oyutwaw, oJi!o.iy; cranberry auo,ljuiiu Services at iho Ocurt House nxt niaalu'.u & to ?&&, Marion (la.) Rejitisi ir. A TYPICAL KKNTUCKIAN. coa- Sundcar morning and ovening wii'h In Kem'jucky the general exponteEoi and cofifoj. Whio the ajjcmil couao The lecia:ia wai ll'uatroi'jd As a ipan smaa the vjVjran lunCman, Quoted by tho pastor cif tho MiJthodiat of ho h tuinii'.ii has bean itihat tha cam couala tog of brjck crura nod coitna, lara and iroitan irai.rjj. Approves our Plan. vyw Qliuroh. nos aiwaja rxvn ns T4ii cu net onity shoiwied tlii d.ti. - 1. lMiu commi'iieo3 tavo ben beat'.ged vas h ilng aarvotl Rjv. Wnqgut a'OiC 11 cal KarujUckian, wiowu to ina PI a'ant Hill, 0., Nov. 25, 1D11. ,.. .... .. in.. A.... 4i. .1 ... .. a fault t... . . . etcica.a Sunday School at 0:45 a, xn. UVJXjUULtM ILWJI1 with orxttte tor finacaal hsLilaiainojln anont lallt, in hl usual happy niau- ill UUX.4U.JUU, IIUI l U Til 1'JJl r, llarufurd Rapuib'iloan. iby Sunt Carean. ;wlck with tomper, but nfltJial ony of vo ma (ltatrw.'8 and ccunJ ,ar.id the ner. aiiiiii ir.ee was raKui en a U'.p Hinuord, Ky., oa ovar Coin-piaA.t the coao'juou of the banquet t!w niuqt lovaiba m.ti that HanwvEfior aho Intiorrai danal ateugsle 1b (boentovids the nicely D air Sir: &nc'.o.ud find olvek for It Will Win Next Year. conancted w6th thcJioughtii,ida in Iho roam, and ba,glo system uf plants, wilbjna tho oa hand In such, a wiy ae to raako it aU f.caCnad o two dDllcas ($2.C0) to pay my coua'j-y,.Ho has srany frioniJs on itlha Gnjlng ov,iry,wh6rn lcdtoaitu that thio inaaiilnjs aria imad3. so aa far ae palhlo wahout aa'juaWy thja onaUn.ir BUiamJaa lo ansiouncud. Jan. uj) to ooiid Includh.ig many jnoi?tii3i'. laTpujowcana Qiorto gainoa in the it The tfarnitira and others In i.irnin an,vhiv .town. Thiia var..u..TOie fiiwt? numhor cu tfaa irtruim wus turf and . ,, ,, .W....-, ' wro rocdvad from turfmen oxpndsaing q. la', 1913. Maa.aohua-t"with lirfior-a- tt ifollowod the Juctui (iho a soag by tfw K. of P. qur&trX com Whitia coriUng to tlia gojaip of huior I aprovc, bftuitdly, jour cash in. adFoas, Dufliioaut, Cor Gov- te iwced of Kmish'a W. J. B.tux, E. P. tholr ajTmriai'ihy ifor hUau. It contoiiaed muuh InfOrirnaftioin oicoli.e, thd taught The loss ciT Oov. Gray to tho turf eraor, his nuajorlty has boin luducbd When rAiwo coastd'.ir tha imdlUonis of vance plan. Exavartauce has J. Mcona, W, F. AudFBo and Dr. thad wtoh unMit'tvd 6uilUit (a ay mcj, it Is the oniy aiiiffacitomy to oiiij of tlw vamt soitiorus blows Uhait to the 'anishlrg awlnit The D mo- - fairms din the Unnt-.- Stal'kU, to Bay of ictirxyiug on iuny Jdnd of buaiiuaa. the loal oamiud!)t&-:i- la Aba aofuntes R. Pintle. .TBnoa CtaaaolSor Goanpiand As a crate rogalnod Kentucky, haa .becia xknm!v1 jhiis year. tajtautdtuood nathlng of the iwt of tha world.and Mte but !osa asfced or II. K. Urow ""08ia bp businiai'w.ftj cnly Youra Very Truly, ho was a gilding butt the Maryland, ffqw York goies Rr ipuibllcai) the h.g oro)3 rais d on those fawns, whp of Qwruwfroro, J'how niuch can jtou iue?" and hho WHWe E. P. PERKINS. lets is not as gtvvfct a it would aa.vu Also Rhode Island. The laswa wv raillsaithatithiaimaklnsof taflm 103- .of bad buja. aounad to Rive savem! of Amount 'was fonthoomlre. hjr r&uVnge. Mlm KajlMy te a ial-- tl been bad ho boen a aalliiun. As It those oluctionis wure toced upoji the ohiivaB is a large and Cartpontaniti iadus-ItibiaoitK:jouf.hW,l-otswieireitoufth Miss Felix to Marry. ' he Tariff, and fylue HupubUcana 'wxn. try. Wftnlar, ooid for tpn ysw iwaa U it will iwvwr b3 kniowin wtitut uyoa a' Male n3vw hfon Inchia. is Mrs. Marganut Felix In tyilte of the fact that tlie cost always VgU. 01 (he Tariff. oa tiw pMCawtoHl twte, In "Polly ni!h(t tavo uoaoaiplUhid. As a Mm JVjtorjs at yto JCeni'jucky Ancnunou tha uneogtnicuit uf old Jhj showod gp.at spa.Kl oiar a It miill ba a paramounlt Uuo of jtaw maiuFlnls and wagt haie of Mm Gbwtw." Her Stumbiii tweroul ml a tmWIe in rbtmtlon dMMflei daughtar swtaodfclly raoiWid, iwd M i'Uim dtotAAce cf around, but as a r, and will wta. WuUaiiCD (111.) grmatly advanced Ednoa the orsaniaa- . led Covrtior W4hMn (to Uau Vida BJLIe ho) iPfWMl itlHt Cmk. Uon of tho llarvaitier Will'tunw Uw "biim" bVoM tha B'ctiJWi utferinc of Mm yeogrmi vmp oa.3 to Conitruny, the prloa of farm machine " x Mill Mtm Sue WrtW. JuddBnai'it wsk fgcod iwd that thie iwnlan o Mr kwte wihlo lirwuifc or et Mm nwrtto. a Rev. Claude FiUmmn Wh4t9, b) ibut lit'.la mo:x) nuw than th'.m. I Farm for Sale. watt a wowifWiul horo. IWsma-.: UauMltal mkta MmA wj ,wbo wcM turn whg fm uttld of IluntsviKo, A3a. tha) the was modern or tl oUfctr Hrty awireialiiltKd, fw WU aw ttw (twuttMUta wMi hs lum won hav fJA buan in ITO aorea of Rouah IUvr bottom blad-jr- , poliJd out of wona timu 1,200 On the opening of Dec 27, 1911a,tv7;30 .State's wiiUaK ocnrpokied land. AlloiiPl aad w4M ixufxroved. tmt ttaw and Mirca tMau ia ' itiha tuouwintioB. By BOflMnaitely Sorjued pants, and tnodo Jm Bwd the rwowlbyagood Good reafaknw, Iatm,, in. XMr Pmk MwwyiWM eX An eYaqtMn My nm rtiwUnt Tha Roy. Loviis P. Powoll in tfi'jl, amlabt.4 Iron and of th) t no wvito, tc. Terau Ftasoaatila. d a Mlf At a wte W ounimiMicit, to wtactu hM onlMm a hmm Mk jtolWtes is Momcrjal 6lurcii, &woniad (wood, hi io day. thu chifuptMi, R. B. "MARTIN. ' U tih o- - hoUit W3 A)iiii4inin jvwmhI. TWawsw oDUoIaJ, mm 1unw Urn "JMr It to due tor Mm Owcnsbcw, Ky. ibtelB a farmer buyu. Tafcju ixmnd iw3ij'in'ii Jwiue 19 at i'w LafejjJa litf i.4 HawOecd. ICy. u .: 4ook" m wJ ww on Mm t 1 .J4.' the' kwt TWO HORSES Darty, whan he slwjwed such up ad oquahid. hmva HISTOnV OF GOV. CRAY. Following is tha Ulsitony in of ibat irt WEHRNED six-fo- con-cUM- on tgs groait-3-oimr-- old tn-siltuon- " es ds-fa- al Kwi-tual- ay; a ' flnvr pro-po3- r, m d M'aiixtcM-eon'- s gn-ni- thor-oughbrt- i d o $5,-00- Tura-booii- $1,-23- s nt m HK?nr-ma- nn r exh-jbitlo- nr i ono-len- IC-a- e od ijiro-fou- ro-sp-- ftjfla-srap- Pro-fcctl- ve pora-pos- 3d ar, ,' cam-iriig- n, KJ:in-tuc- 1- la Jtonit-goirk.'j- u ui.-lj- V tat e, n coa-duoto- id . . ! ys a - to-nls- ht o kj'jej-Joni- lUltl fiooi-mit- ad n-'.- br on Intai-natUw- A a R(o-4He- jtoo tm mm - "" ,- , ,' , I;" ir ' Irwm 1m mora'.M. Tfcnrs MaClact aad Kipwra! are Tfc id!y curt Ad not ahant 4a M an Uomi tie enrrvart. taria KMrtiMfar tfaiarr Wtfe MC. a fajtint. kowerer. (or U awne at 7:3 i' ra D--. KM- - jVm1 onfll 4Mlt lAcol to (Mwpptb-M- r W T. wrf C : b Jbtw 4m at ike ntftfuMary mmujmo t CONFESSED he-a miattt tla-kaJ feo imiaiMm'j&. 7t: t& taraoon iko(iv to ca' Smhc is twjudy tro .cwa jctemb-i- r thjMitra lli-- pwtjM( tJvJ seM? jnib.r of tie ttiMkM iMMMjr. His Young ead of lis tjoriv aad eVJy MCXle lMr Cbjtr TJN air.ll Of Spicfel Jwhrs J. W. CammMk, rX Mfcftoas droire tb.n MTt for kiit-c-- had n6V-Wife. jij'fciac Eicas oid d rattfy imtmgjk at w, oveopjd the Hymrrvc la addl'ioa to tin 11 to pwlsg. to Cbe jaoa ef Kfc pwisttOb RtchmotM Jvjrvj w7r gitfecml ui the iafSt T la 'fl (Jhs aparerf, the TV? MM--a proKttca hncifj whea Iarfe aad otters the afc tf. liiw ecfcna&c eMMb4 a pmtotind paja e Care Ort StaUmit t FWic twelve wlvj?B to iw ijJWreciMi, ; 1km? sjooatoa. Tthre k4 ir.a wtwitnw of ComMir, aad Mt Ifee tinM for bjar- by law, Uj a refittir Electro. Before leii cf tek a aoeuauBftbat b amum mta oa Jfce d rniuwvr to J. Fix and OkvijmbCh D.'aois, Majar tlM c tit wmm w.e b&.d oa making the mmvj dr Djenmber1 IS. In tii Jams B Wood, eapTlH-end-a- t cMted. Jwbje CMnwad; n3J Mat the rwate'JUiarjr, the eljdtsJetawsrad tMglWl. four de?ty tb tarorr mZag peHCom abcnfcl be NOTE HEADS v L- hHf?M were fThe xwira "a flooded wl Umtpa syer,dental by fej tanHywhs w! bad peraaVft t& sue for a rMatoraUoit of CARDS SUMMARY OF KVENTS IN BBAT-Tl- B by tha a'ior4r f Inandzso nt caar d by the de-a from the tetrnkx nfKm MURDKR. case Ladant, aad naserer the eaeoan charge set in a iow ceiling and a Haft t that takes act ia the ceiearated BattPOST CARDS' . Henry Clay 'July 17. Mra. ENVELOPES , and by Che prtsea saifaorki-already paid. sanrg on Jii cord teKBiaJely '' uss aAaktrjn refused to le, Jr., murdered whllj automobile tb3 chair. The la elghfasyara husband. - A bay wbo riding with her hi Th-r- e The th-- rTorss, puttiag oif nil laitemgs.was no conwsrfctJoa, Mdeapp-Jeercn ytara BLOTTERS BILLHEADS n tors with Abe fCple bVjbvM. that old, aad July 21. Htnry Clay BeatUe, Jr.. witn eSfS laljored und too sr-a- t ago from Latoilstw, IViaa., is at Dw hard-e- d tifcT" hcpsl for a coafestos." Ithoxl tHvl.fi- - arrtfit on the finding strain, and nil erea the t The 9ckaoTkjs.meat of Me Mime boarride oa Ms way bade to Lafoll- til at of the coroner's Jury. prison itandants, ' rd B.3ft'jtCe was noiwhere recjlwd vke. Tbeiboy eays b-- bad bjo PROGRAMS' by LETTER HEADS Clay Boattie and anx ous to be don 3. August 14. Hnry sur all this Uffle 1b a yard mor3 nutet Joy- thaa la the ExiewRive Jr., .adlctod by il grand Jury for The elKiiician fcrought isaaedbyaMflfbbriekwaltifi a terse studded wi'h elya'itc bulbs acd laid of bis wife. the murder towa, the same of which he mwU SHIPPING TAGS STATEMENT HEADS August 21- - Hmry Clay Beattte, it across the amw of th chair. The SMALLHOUS sot give. He tttiA be ItaiHy raado lamps b'azid brighily. Jr., placed on trial tor his life In Hiedting Nor. 21. The Th.i In other ways thtj instrument which' is etill In protracted. at Bqwallty bis escape hy cttiubteg over this trail. Chesterfield County Courthouse. Va. progrvss LABELS CIRCULARS of dnth was tested aad finally at i The first Jjaowag accident of tfebs SonUsnbx 8. Jury brings In ver church sear Ktobm, will cksi Wed3 signal, attendants ,wat over &3 sea ia Bhey oouelty occanned near Judge Watson dict of guilty and nesday night. There have ben thirty apparatus, attaching lie dandly SouthriBe 3se Saturday, reaFlred- Brittle to die la the elsctric testing every Etrap and coaveieloaB, acd fire addittaw to the erick (Jtoiris efecft his san, Oaoar. A STOCK FORMS and BOOKLETS 24. chair, on Noreniber church. clamp. covey of ibirds Ojw up between tfra Court of Nortsnber 13. Supreme Tie iitU child of 3Ir. acd Mrs. When the preliminaries were oyer, erAp-ol- s rwfusad to grant writ of Herbert Ball who died at her hom two haatars aad bcthikvd attche fame Superintendfjnt Woods accompanied by CATALOGUES ORDER BLANKS Utne. Shot from the tether's gun ror In IKnttie case. an Iron nrar Ceralvo Sandey was ibartad . at a'jruck Ube face aed two deputies, threw back of Uh boy. r of Vir s'uddid door and started for the dent Enualltv ifondar a. m. lilr.'aod Qirs. 15. Governcr &1 odgias in each of bis In'003 Ball have the sympathy of all, ginia refus-.to grant stay of exe- oil HO"RTGAGEBLANKS "DEED BLANKS Uiir sad bereavan-jn- t as ube xvas eyelWi. cution. Instantly the death chamber was thielr .only child. Fire Ajstfcypd the bcufo cf I D. November 21 Henry Clay Beattle, plunged in blaclcnrss with the excep ,Mr. and lira. C. 0. Hunter and litChaCfln aad itB coorxais ?ar Viae)ch-dal- e. tion 0 a vrrtd circle of light from 3z., elecrocu&jd In Richmond. iMr. Challla ras at livs dafcioa the hoodjl and. powerful lamp above tle aen Thocmu Tayte wr guts 21. Va., November Richmond, of their parents 3Ir. and Mi J3 Ji at Vehdai, awaiting Che arrtral' Henry Clay Beatt, Jr., wnt to his the chair. iFaKvrjr-so- n c( bis family, oho had spent tho day The chair, on oaken "bit of furniture Hunter acd Mr. and Mrs. Bob ibnth at dawn today, the frum Thursday until 3fco!ao'. in Shelbyritle, and the fire was not tvife, which, excepting for Its straps and murderer of bi3 young Hartford, Mr. L. sifd bands, might grace any library, was B.our Taylor,jestenday to Ky., nofta'jd oxtii (he rocf was falXre in. although tbtf coni3on was not made midst la The loss Is abrat J1.000, y,Mx pablic until four hours after he had was on a rul.--r mat. aurt, Mrs. 3Iatte Ryid, who Is Insurance. All but it as obscurxi, the daz jald Uw toll exacted by he Jaw. Le Us Submit Estimate oa Your Next Work quite ilL lie remained to the end the re- zling rays from the Mr. Ira Cox ,of nar Hartford, was That Kentucky is rich in mineral All Work Guaranteed. had exhibi&d lamp throwing everything tls into in our markable uerve h3 midst recently the Eucet of producers has Iccg be n a ccnaded of kitting darkn.s o d3fe a3 almost to be hi3 atace fhMt ho was accu.-M-l fact, but untold brother Mr. Orlando Cox. riches may 1 the Mi wif on th; lo:j)y Midlothian tit. M!ss Ira Bakill. of Hockport, Ky, lot of tivro nnlWs ia Sco. coarf7.wh4 IKfJa party in tht chamber turnpike Jaat July. Hfa last cxptbs-Hio- n The of tl3 (pione a tfn f'jet Is a guest of friends hr;r3 and attend- run one grass region. r flour mills of was a saeir nben he ob3nved hord the ;he Blu .Whea the wa- away drcning cnxt th-- j ijaah warrant. ing th--j protracted cmting. to 'launch biro the chair that w Mite Lois Barnes, CeuUstowii, Ky , of the Elkhom are low at the IVnitle iiavned to It wish intensity. Into eternity. was a guest of her couain, also Oma of Grace & Co., thre is was made inibKc in but did na flinch. The confua-doso heavy a isjo. 22 Ifcio-- c Maddox, Sunday night. of ctl that th waHe fi ood during the reading, as is rotunda of a downoo n hotel by Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Addington hav3 cannot be sxm. the dl appearing the custom, and !wi It was ended ha one of the Rrnr. B)Jamin returned from a visit to relatives n Co actual'- out cf the rocks. "who ministers had labored with sway--d Just a trifle hut quiekly A!out the banks tbre has ibejai foosi Then without aaatiCanajhis Boonvllle, iniL Baittie'to rypenc .Mrs. Robert Hunrjir was a gust of a black parwdirj" su&iacai bf whiob guarda took his place iwiwon U Asa nsa&r of fact, it was JjouIs Ge'-- r at CenVnTtojwn, the ankfs haro takv.--a a quart, to and his march to iixs un- Mrs. hy the minister, Bjattiu Saturday. Sta5i CoUeg; for analiTia. fin$t admitted Ida guilt November 9, known. His iratranoa to tin dsi'jh ohtim-- br 1 tty tajTD5 county gr?pd Jury Wins Fight for Life . the dy afi,T he jntcred the at was a dram-Vi- c as anyobing h cl!, and Jjtore the fniitVsi Bpp-.It was a ioag and bOoedy !jaStlef5? Lixmr-o- n rsfuaed to find an indlct- - Chaplin river. There is a fcir&a cedar Basalo and illss Flora Ashtord, for a commutation of sentencp was had done since tirit hy commanded life faat was iWagNad by Jpsaoa B m?at against SheruXX Dan Boait,chairg- ClMiplin quarthrly meeting, nt Rosino tha public )'&. Morahon, of Newark, N. J. of Mhch d Vii'Ji oiuitiag Policuman Bjn Mc thicket noar the banks of the made to Governor iiaan. S'jQwart nighborhood whoro WodiaHCday. After the earvfo-B- . thoy He haifrd for a bntif mamtot on he wTifrja: "I had lost mudh iKtSJh a idatoL It took smrilar la the blood Ctam It was not until yestwday that he thousands of crows have roootied fox enjoy-.the hospitality of Mr. Charlie chair frum lung Irjmorrhasnj, and wasvry action wi'h repeat ito Poh'ccnan would agr'i.1 to Its liing put in writ- tha thnsbuld, looked on the Mc yeans And it was in this thick ft. that Stawant's family. wih an inaorutnblo amile that liad vnjak and rundqvn. Fpr tieJit month Caen, chaT33d with violatrng ing for his signaluiw. the a farmer discovered hundnedsofcTOns In it the hint of a si.;r and then I was ucuhje to work. DcaTJh. bj med law by going wtthin TEXT OF CONFESSION. fif'y Mrs. Effie Cronder and kttle son cloaj on my br:?l3, plwn 1 IxgaaJUu3 fe-"- t of th.3 oi otlon booth whitlo the scattered over the ground. InycGfJga OcanaKdl, werotho guests of Mrs. Then, ail hope that Govjmor walkfd briikly foriwaxd. Kit Hon showed that tho atnnm had Austin Not ocoj dl1 Ih deign to tfjive to weeks ago, to us Dr. Klns Njw vote was would interftftj wa3 gon". counted at Jtho iMerdno TJw Sunday. tr-eplenos lite blackn.& outsdd9 his clroIj DlacxjTkjny. But and a ot precinct. McCaan. ,wa3 badiy blown itihem against tho 3 m.3 ikacumeat. follows: it has hrip.d of gUiwitig light. ysa b.atiun up by Scott and the intfer fenc33. Many claim ubaro arc at Misses Maude and Vercte Crawder; graUy, It is dciag nli Ihat UEATrTIE'S SIGNED CONFESSION: Bcsaie Austin and Mr. Aroa Badze, It liad b K;n. fuiiv-- that the prison- alaim." For (weak, feore CL&-na- te brought the couaicx chnngcci aga'jiBt Ijast 5,000 d ad In lho Dlhboxhcod. attended church at Rosine The oonfoiHiwi given out at a dqii er would flinch whn Alv dr.-obid-nuSunday ccugihH, etuixm colds, hturue-vtjB- McCana of noiatfng the olectton law. Through the perBldtant plaadlqgBOf town hotjl is as follows: and dined wath Miss Maggie Qrow-de- r. cane toseath imself in the: chair griiM, asthma, lay-rui- jr or la Ail counties whlch fail to aand cer- Mlas Jay Daimg.Tfoe'd, ctf FayHttfkcoua T!i-irvos no trepidation atd not any threat cr lung trouble 3 I, Henry Clay Jr., d tified nJturoa of the olqafiloa hold on ty, Henry Thompson, ftwmenly a prin e. a hint of luuitaltlon In Mrs. Nancy Aahford and daughter 50c and J1.00, Trial bciatle B'rou3 of standing right befoiie Iiaxington, has gained his Nar. mter 7, will be oraJttiad rom ter of SJU wviaitng Ids p culiar onile fp . GivuramUd drug-gtsx- i. iby a!U Ood and nan, do on this, the fnoadom from the poal&sniaawy. Miaa Lama, wera the guests of Mrs. Erfle cliQtlon the official count by tho half amujd and half cynical, Dabniey, Monday and m 23d day of Novumbj", 1911, con-f-r- fj board, tw.jnty coun'iloB have ncttae yo DainsanMeld kqpt afltor Gov. Wilaoa lihgity into tim suit, sdW-cmy guJt of the erm chargtor thiwe years omid Who GpvarnDr il seat in thrir returns, and if tluj htniie'f as Uiougli lie had ibJTi lookHb Met the New "Feller." ed against nv. Much that waa nolly yldlded and granted a aandi4on. ing fonvard to 4J13 ryst and n33isVd "What did you do on your way to aie not in when tlie Elotf&m Com- al paxden to Thompaon. Jthe Data- imbltohed oinoTniog the djailu missioners meats oa Novymh'xr 27, adjun'ng the school this morning, Harold?" asked waa tuA txu-- , but the awful fact the affcndanlK in tiho the count 'Will ibe made wjlttout thra. gsrfiald becamo lataneBtiod in Uups and clomps Jiy placing his Harold's mamma. wsthoui the hanrowiag circumH an-c- -a man ahe hajdjy knew through his met tho "Nothla" much. I ew felFor "Al3 acttioa I arms and hand? in the projinr posiler that's moved In next door to us." kyTaxes on the 12,000 barreb of whis- family. tion. wn truly carry, and, be'iv&ngl in tire fire at Owebaro "But tho teacher has Just written me The only indica'jlon Itiiat lie was George W. Miller, Pctfcmafs'jor am at at uhh God and am a note informing me that you were a will ha Via to be paid, inithoDplndon: Fagan, undT a nervous strain was li solas d half-hou- r Msnifoo coutfty ,waa arnoatcd' tfjtjn to iiae into 1113 invjSoaoj, of the Sta"ie Offxdals. The whisky late for school." by his itighJy cilnnltcd ljft hand. and taken tidt sat aiiut Is nade. "Huh! That ain't nothln'. You'd had b jn a 53.--3 ed only a few days by Djputy Marshal Dun'ng Uio few .brtuf twEonia piviced orter see the now kid next door. Ho alrce, cud it U mid theft the amrta bjfore United Status Commission-arthroughout Hit ing jie turaing on tit the IXattto'd atHuJo twrPiEt. never got to school at all!'' Sloan's Liniment is a great hare decided ihat tax muat bopail Wood, whon ho waa (released oabond trial and tb iniirteuaaKit (hoi. ynilli mavtfd anj. WhUb Lbs tniauso remedy for backache. It van t'houigh fthe profperty hae Ujan Mlllur is chargad w'Jth (Jho was a quidy for id vt&y on Ida of pcatal order fuoia and was rumovo wero a'kji'picg Lawk mt of A Charming Woman, penetrates and relieves dastrojud. It is probable an a iMtyoho'xvfLit. tlio light ha eijuoesvid WmJif haakas Is oiw who is lorvvly in face, form, effort will bo mad 3 !d haX) that burn-a- from cCIiox Hm is an old man and the pain instantly no rubd tho Uv ruul tlw iw(TS3ipar3 avidly. thuush to boM a aiUl moos camSafc- - mind curd temp-starts Ugh in tihia aestlon. Wlhen But 4 s hard for bing necessary just lay wbiaky oxemipUd, but iSramk I. MUliar r J'Ctux! to Ws iivn cjr-- and abld pjsVtdon. a woman Ito be charming wltihaut Jaaais, wcb appri&d of the shonacr' it oa lightly. Stato Auditor eafd the to tba fwC Mint lie wiu guins bo tiio At the taaio t.m ilie rolscvl 1l!h butYji. A ink, dckly woman will 0fJ1 aVKtd taxed on a,' theory ttafttfwC tAtxt wiU.liout aclinov, lodging bis critn h d now aiinost cmijil.yj Jy hi'dJiin by be .nervous and fnrt'aMx Oansrtfpa-blo- n ky w Here's Proof. ioaa was cov.mei by insurance. (atiJ-fuplhj3a In dtfjk of avng his Uj iojJxT lwlni' it Oliat cover! ilm "J, 1i my back hurt in the Boer War the moooy and tea Ugnoraxoi and kldn y paUMu sbuw cfcu. piui-NVOS 'a,ciico to yt ato I ( ttnsuwfl.xxoriS.tQtn tlios who 11 k T!ho Adjutant GeDoml ice opotot-c- d Cte ciua3 of his trouble. 0, btqtbjo, tk!a oruplions and a iaiit itl Ite lit'ad and Caas. The IWMn lae ame place. f. I tried dl Linda of don u4itmi.iu.A. Wow wltli him U) tik andjffned to next soo u;id 'Uie shujlt. Hleajric wretched complexion. But Charloa Kiltchiin, of OnieiiUiuiB. ecu. Two weeks aro I u vour HnU cuiii lift rd Jilin (iuiip.Qit sa'JsfactJUHu meat la a drug store and got bottle to Whea he law. wa avsntid and iiho iibt j-- alvwas prove a god-JonIto wo to be Finst Lieutvaaat of Crmpaay Work Brought Exhaustion. "?,. ",n' appucauon cauted Iwuat Auxuyim'Jy lio gVa.iotl ovr tlo no. vl,mi3&-relief, and now m n tv ho war A health, iJau'y f.i, m ti.tt, ..i prteca and K, l"coitd then He is a graduate if mi' (tie the Adel, Ga. "For three jears" writes new, I am almost well." torteor lw crtnw hau brougbst fhlm. mjiuvid They rogmtita StomacliJJv-c- c uh3 Vdnjlni'a MWtony loatitu'e, body to the und Mrs. C. J. Routz, "I suffered with FtETCHER NORMAN, Hv n afitor lilw at)feiMian ha nctln-UlCWiattler.cili. mn and !Cjdntya, purfjfy the ihlood; glvo has had much miU'acqy cwpertjoa. nxmi, vhiali aJJolnu the female troubles. When 1 would He 'h)a a'.r of bravado. What bad d a'Ji ohamtwr. 'f Jjnu (it lay uy s, e, bright jmrti for a joag down, I tould hardly breathe. 1 Wdld excitomi'mt prevai;l la i iilwu NovtimUjr !, .beMi oanstdor d fur liounj ucUI an undnriulqurau'SIiur lwvah, unnwUi. Bkln, lowly C."in Tbcsrior nt Franfont, wbentJiQ eould not do any work without being HUiiaani jwiw (U ivsognlztd aa Iak1 .liy rflvj n UWo fiunlly to prqparo oompk'xUni ind jwrfxit JwjiaXh. Try pta'ol ia Abo puckmt of an unkVjai'i-flc- d exhausted. 1 tcok Oardul according It for buna', r ciuavc'd it to his them. Me at all. druggists. in HiJa iiniarJ:alV) nffivc, now man in Uie cxptaded to directions, and bow I can do all niongue. to hive liud iVi baL and supont iu and tho bullet Ood c the my work, aad do not auffr at aU." iAtwr it was taiiut to the Jixtf&o is the best remedy for A large majority of the good and Ui knawlo'isnj that Iroa lf of the chair la wbtoa iiw wiiM he Cardul has brought health aad huano whona fuimjiul servlcufl, utitt od-o- d respectable women 1 this world have rheumatism, neuralgia, waa aCtiBg. Tte room flMod to thousands of weak women. ainVatidtjcI aa u iron, of Sjuniw cour- wilh oniy Jy tJLtj famuly, will hu Jujlil succeeded in being so without the sore throat and sprains." aoioke, worn & aad obUdri acr70H(4. It acts on the cause of Women's back- iU',-and llux&UUi will. of chaperons. licVroicmi in Maury Cunutiery fwlll MJM E. Rim of Brooklyn, N.Y and in th excl'jjmfs' It tJie man dWi-o- d faring, mad life worth living, aad Tlie axnt ut iiU confasxlcaUaslijldi follow Sujulyiy. rit: "Sloaa's Llnlmrot is th bst hurriedly out ctf tlas thti'ur with. filled my borne with Joy and invioWrj Jy tlw lubita M3 unifi tos, forrhjutMUUm. IluwusiilxUt. Stop Those Pains. Wh3n ilia fuiKinol corieo nimva to of It and it U grand." tnJuiurB, and coat oar aire. day. Not nvia Hue bio&ii Juartod l!i hadaoaes, aervousaesa, (bugTimbtrvllle, Misa. MUw Gertrude SeU bv al rwi ging seasatioae, weakaeaa and knuw of iXy ijsijiibjwij, fniuiulu tin oomitJiy Suniiiy aSbirmocia. Tlie Mm, A. W. Hopper waa aeiiouaty inoiibld wall nut linu p'awa nor Oho Gatlla, of Tknbwillle. writes: rka, 25c, 50c, aM $1.00. "I of thj fanilly d''oro. It relieves, it eures. Try (Ud not know any thing could atoji those grove to tattefiy falw'r ounloafiy. about the hoad aad arjna by Not utjtfl four Ihmiiv cd'j'jr Ju Jiad C-. c'o'hmg oaoUng tin frum aa Tlw police hftvo r(alvd ondert to womaaly pains, from which I Buffered boon imucuuiw d dead lit Jie dia'Ji ntM at Gyw'JiiiHa, clujnlMr In SU'jti't jiriHcai, vvjtj Uio doir Uu ojuiuU'y during thte eorvl-- for two years, until I tried CarduJ, I sal UM M0RT0M. to a eriple Jromi niwaaaaUam and ihonj and ,to ieruilt no on to an-- had bea troubled wkh narioue fecAjTulaint iniml rir'a liV.omi-oUiat Nor. 21. Mr. Rleawa DmIw Med l(luj hurlil inwiA, tavij Uv IVjat-1- 4 male allmwte, but they were owed la HMHtKlkcd to MUJk oa cnNaiMc Oaly lie Iwd nude a clitui imasit of ICh 17ta at bis how ao Miy. trM a little while, thanks to Carudl." Car a few Wih aadZwaa e i uiwl UiHir deul. KuUt. barkatfaa 1Mb at UMk omukr n dul la eeptclally adajil for use by ibwn tjha fctalrs aad vu bMaty ibnita UUtli tlie name lii'jivuiftdli'y that Toult ftlio U..'jUe fcuuiljr u aOo.r Mm is sixty yjans old. H- - limtiand tfctVNMHW at aiartf ht Mead AftDa lud iiurJMl his cunduat fnsai w VOT with tM gciti. The wliirdow Hkad.tiin alWng womaa, It reUevaa headache to eoafwaUd BssssMVsssssssPsssssssssssssssssssssiBssr wJi th OymMidtme.ixm- - aad reUMlveii. baakaehe, dcaggitig feeliase,- - lrragu-lark- r. 11".UVJ wjntt txi th9 uhwir the reJidHcj u.r drawa Wiht awl no aqrvouapooa. misorv. atu.1 wnu. vwtpaaftad an,naWrg ajt RaribM uliJ liouyit tlw KcrtMu a pry to a wov,jiiwB(t Is iji about & lAaoj !l'ji-H'ta(onttiwuYx i)d. ( ilbe'r sewraw.solbboMi aad aaly waabaaafl. it Ja safe. It to rHaj I Ttw toriMe in BawAwt. walMMam Uk oaAwtad by Mm. aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsiBSBBBBBl . Tioaiitjb was 1 kM ti!aj.:k tlit kill who wbuW lw to offer Ui, It does tha flork. Will yon y tu eowtsv pnafniwiU a whI lag ataajy. B-- T o'ulbok thU a ru:d of eoauuJai'iwa and syajjartiy KT PW KlvoH tit i'XJvVy 7; l'J ,wBWSWBlBBaaaaBTBBBTBTBTBBTBTBTrBBTi Mitw mm, mt Kit Aiwiaa awl KATT1E t nnir nw 4t T lr. Jaa t Ha. Killiig d iMlajl tx 5t t,.wf it Mmr-dver- irJca f;-- I'J LET US PRINT YOUR r ' & lace e. ward. up aorj 3 r af snjl taj - coa-flsr- r trd 6 hji-frno- ed a'3C-trod- es Nov-anbu- hd Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable. ng j-- THE HARTFORD REPUBLIC AN tlj it; d-x- D-n-nls, tr s-i- p HARTFORD, KY. 4 h d ed d J g d at lun, B, o a'Xl-tul- iuj s Relieves Backache Instantly h x o ad fl r Tli w r ujr pl g d exr-p- frtiv-nd- jd y nx' M-J- 'y oynl-oLit- ii, Self-Mad- SLOANS LINIMENT g hap-plae- 1 Imp-ache- fJnr tal-9C- T. oj oji ar lata! r' 14 I. H-p- cr nr mJ Itei w f h, end Uwui)lj i. awt tim, ' iriUm. liW KIAEAIA, TIE FLAG- - DEVICEFORFIREMEN FAT ROLL TO GET ON EASY Cause SUIT OF PERRY STREET so He L.x.j.j.iii-- Hebt Will For Alarm Mrs. Winchester, who has bei In an attitude of dejected In frost of a pile of silks ef various colors and descriptions, suddenly rises and plucks her friend Mrs. Palmer from out of the passing throng. She drags her victim back with her to the silk counter.) Mrs. Winchester My 'dear, I'm so glad to see you that I could fall on yonr,neck and weep. You've simply got to select a gown for me. 'Really, I've been through so much the last two weeks that I'm not capable of selecting a dish towel, evon It that Would servo the present purpose, which it won't "It's all on account of Tom, poor, dear boy I Of course youv'e heard that he Is engaged. You haven't? Well, the fact has so thoroughly filled my .horizon that I suppose I have got into the habtt of thinking ovcrybody lse Is absorbed in it, too. I'm Just (heartbroken about It sit-,U- k Raised by Pennsylvania tion in 1913. Enables Wearers to oue at Fires. Was Needed by Pcttus,' Postmaster for $200. Now York, Nowmbor d CASTORIA For Infanta and Children. for the Centennial Celebrag Tried to "Black Hand" New Has a Reservoir of Air, and Test Shows It to Be Effective Has Been Adopted In Chicago. , oM gfunhoat Niagara. Chicago. Chicago Are pfflcials have wMah Commodona Perry camimawkid adopted a device to preat he Uwttte of Put-i- Bay, an! w&leb vent suffocation. Tho apparatus re- ClveunJ, Ohio, November woodaa n, li.-J- Th life-savi- i has laid nit t.hs bottom of the lakfeln the harbor M. Brio, Pcnn., will! bt shown at natoed ,mmdo satworlhsr ti I'rry Cnttwmlal at Put-i- n Bay in 1913. IXclskm on tnta .point wttsiuaoh y at tho imqUing erf tho ed lnrV-srtaExtcuMvra Committee of Wto Board of tho PVrry OtiabliHiW. Tilie orf'jr to ratew ih old boat nnd restore lit. was niadw by thio aiafro of to-dato helmet and sembles a dress. Lieut Philip Ryan donned the ap's paratus in a test "It works fine," ho declared, emerg- and U10 C0nMni3ioTiwr.a from that state saild tiwy had funds wprk, anfd a on hand, to coniplcfto Permsyty-Hiida, to ir promlso from an export Ltou'onaot Gynkirul raiUo tha hxAj Miks, Utar Admiral Charkai E. Clarku en-gui- te and J. Warn.11 Kjlf r, Untltodi S'Jatos "Yes, I was going to tell yon about the girl that poor Tom's engaged to. it I'm so distressed about it Sho's perfectly wonderful and charming, too, I don't doubt, but my dear, sho's the most superior creature that ever wns (To Sho knows everything. horn! clerk) Yes, that's very pretty, but I don't think It's quite what I want. "You know it's to wear nt the reception that my son's fiancee's1 mother Is going to give to announce the engagement, and I'm afraid that woulcr ook to plain. I wonder how voile would do. I'm fond of voile, hut I really don't know what is suitable for Jhe groom's mother. Nobody ever pays any attention to the masculine side of a wedding, anyway, but I suppose if I looked dowdy there'd he no end of talk. (To clerk) Could you show me some of those things quite down at the other end? So nice, of you. "There's no reason on earth why everybody shouldn't be delighted. Her family is verp prosperous and Tom Is quite able, young as he Is, to set up a very creditable establishment I'm 30 distressed about It (To clerk) How much did you say that piece was? Oh. dear, I'm sorry. It does seem Just what I want but really 1 don't feel that I can pay as much as Comma3ion.'jrsV'r9dvj:nj!ii.l (n t) cum exhibits from tho various di ipanfaroento of the aaverr.riiont at WasMns'jon, and ursbd to soaufe, it pOstiblmm the SmiUisomlan jnstii'utfon n portfen. of tlio Roosovo'it coll.idtlon bt hadnula from Africa. MoKonzte R- - Todd, of Fronkfont.Ky. tiho publicity waa j)ut in churcre of and promotion diepartimeni'.s, nn4 iwlli establish his hcadqu.uti its lieno tin arfirst of Una year. Eighty chitects of tiho country piHl i Invited to caanpofe in dgnicg tho g&vX. ln (o memorial building Umt Is erociti.l thero to become th; anmn!iuiii. Perry memorial. m m ing from a subcollar filled with smoke., "I could breatho without any trouble. I flguro that this now device will prove a great life saver." Held close to the head by meanB of springs, the apparatus prevents tho entranco of gaB or other fumes. Tho fireman breathes through tubes connected with the body of tho apparatus. "The apparatus is Just donned for tho purposo of life saving," declared Thomas O'Connor, acting chief of tho Chicago fire dopartment. "It is only possible to work in this uniform for about five minutes. That, however, would give us time to enter a building to rescue persons and emerge. Although we have made tests of tho new apparatus, we have not as yet had occasion to bring it into actual use." A New York device, which Chicago firemen believe to bo Impractical, is supposed to supply air to firemen working in cellars and lofts and is said to have withstood various tests. Alongsido the nozzle carried by tho William IlussuU, D. PoUus, alias AViilldum murder, v oauni erf titer and iby Postof ficw in was arrosuidi to-tlsp.ctors, who charid him with hav ing wrtub, n leilMT'S demanding $200 undr pernlty of UoUJi, from IXnit- masijer Edward M. Morgan, Pjttus adniilttid his gulU, tho in- say, duclartng that ho was stoning, and niV.'(kd "a big bunch of monv-co unit nu on uasy stiv fc." Po viis clalnwd Kentucky as his honi'. Ho sa.d hu was dlsahangvd Oil October 13 from tliu Ft. Ljawn-won- Ji prison af.tor turvlng a term for couniijrfeltfng. Previous to hfs Incar- hvj said, bo had cut a wiluto 18. ay arv-t'lcr- s w&u i The Kind You Have Always Bought i.i 1. ALCOHOL lf 3 PER CENT. a , ASgclablenrparallonrorAs-slmil- n5 ihc Food anrjRGdula ling Hie Stomachs anMowcM Bears the Signature of i X m ProraolcsDirfcslionfliterfiij Mi ncss and RestXontalns neither OpumtMorphinc nor Mineral. Not Narcotic, jurftroja-stMaiwnss AW Y m jtoBtStti jtlxStma JtxMUSJt- s- i In mans throat and ucaii'aWd a ne-gre- ItirmScri' This was at Itlclimonid, Ky., ha declared, and wan dons whAle he was out of bits mind. Me wo3 locked up in an inuanie asylum for tluv moni.lis.iPecoivi.t'itsd his rneun,nnd wns pjloasod. ., A 1 it cr from J. K. Booth, pooktrt. was found In his Acres tha: loiter was inscrtibwl Morton, WJiMo House, Washing ton, D. C. Wh-jau have a cold get a biJttlj of Chnnib rfaJn's Cough Rtundy. it Willi soon fix jou up all right and wJll mard off any tendency toward pneumonia. This rcomody ccmtnlnla no opJuni or oth .r narcctfc and may be given as confldntiy to a baby as to on adult. Sold by all druggists, in IUch-nund- etaRed Sugar halttynn llmr, . ; . Apcrfect Remedy forConsllpa-lion , aour 3ioniacu.uimi Vbrras,Convulsions.re'crisn-nessandLossorSLEKF- flT M fcM WH Use For Over Facsimile Signature of ffl ytiu NEW YOHI Thirty Years Guaranteed under the CASTORIA THC CKNTAUH COMPANY, NCW Exact Copy of Wrapper. f OM CIT. Just Half in Bed. airs. I. A. Docker writes "I rocommend Caixlui, tlw woman's tonic, to any woman in noed of a remedy. For fivo yrs, 1 wins unablo to do mr mork. Half my time was Spent in bod. At times, I l. could not stand. At last I tried Now I am well and happy,and can do my own work." Don't suffer pain, headache, backache, and other CJvde.Ky. fmm Clvdn. Car-du- W Gumption on the Farm. a man There 13 naUiIng that such safe aaichorasb In Lie as a good vritv Fllo tho croscut aiw jours 'If; you will thus soon avo wnough to buy a now s;uv. OUR CLUBBING RATES, The Republican and Louisville Herald The Republican and Courier-Journal gls $1.35 1.50 1.75 I u "When you count the making and the trimming and everything, don't you know, it mounts up so frightfully. Yes, it's true that cheap materials are 'the most expensive in the end, but ithen when you have only so much money to spend for a thing I don't (know what you're going to do. "Why should I object to the mar Iriage? My dear, don't for a minute .imagine that I object How could V. Tom says he's the luckiest and the (happiest man that ever was, and I'm bound to believe him. It does seem so hard, though, to bring up a boy Ithrough all kinds of experiences measles and mumps, and besides those Tom had a perfectly terrible attack of typhoid three years ago, and I 'stayed with blm day and night, and nobody had any Idea he'd live through lt and then to have him marry some perfectly strange girl that nobody ever heard of and that speaks half a idozen different languages! (To clerk) 'Could I look at that piece at the of the shelf? That sort of pink, ilsh lavender. I'm afraid it's going to" the an awful bothr to you to get it, Jbut It does attract me so. "Yes, indeed, I feel almost as sorry 'for her as I do for myself. Think oi 'the poor creature saddled with a who doesn't even know imother-in-laher own language particularly well. I can Just feel how that poor cultured child will shiver every time I open my mouth. "Yes. isn't that pretty? (To clerk) How much did you say? Well, I be lieve I could afford that. I have somo lace that I could use and that will re duce the cost "How nice it would be to be the bride's mother. She always seems to wear gray satin and duchesse lace. It must simplify things so greatly. bot-Ito- that womanly misery when your own drug gist has on ihis shelf a remedy Cardui B-get a bottle for your shelf. C THE POULTRY YARD. to Wlmtfir egigs and exorcise go gether. hfens' Do not ncgicpit the laying trxierclse. New Device for Firemen. firemen using the Halloran contrivance Is a brass tube to which is connected a line of one inch hose extending to the open air in the street This hose furnishes air for a suction which Is caused by the powerful force of water sent through the nozzle. The water rushes by an apparatus having direct connection with the air feeding pipe, and forms a syphon, which in turn is supplied to firemen There are three supply pipes on the first model and theso are held by the firemen in their mouths, with a hard rubber holder, which is perforated and looks like the noseguards worn by football players. "While I will not say positively, not 'knowing anything about the expert meats of tho New Yorkers, It appears 'to me that a contrivance built accord ing to the description would not be practical," said Assistant Chief O'Con-:nor- . "I have never yet heard of a (Contrivance which would protect from smoke and fumes, especially ammonia fumes, tor any great length of time. "I consider our new device, which 'we have just adopted, Is tho nearest to perfection. We have tested it and base.have remained in smoke-tillements for five minutes at a time." fire-,rae- n d NT i . V k took domestic science. Of course, I en"cook in a way. but I wouldn't dare to ask anybody who didn't have the digestion of an ostrich to eat the thisKs I make. Ethel asked me the tther day what I considered the most hyglenlo way to make bread! I felt like a criminal when I told her that I never bad made any, but that I weuld ask EHm, the cook I have had far the last 20 years, how she did it. Jtthel sighed compassionately. "She was ready for college when he waa sixteen, and Tom Bays she simply had to fight the whole family ito get them to let her go then. How am I ever going to adjust myself to a wHh sueh a 'daugbtw-lnlaI never of education? wasted an educauea. 1 was too busy having a good time. All that I ever learned was thrust upon ree (To clerk), Yes. out k pw ana mm it up, islease. I've get to ewe Mate tpw. laBi I whom ' lht as weH deehie sew. Mfce a Jntlgmint a "Btkel tatm tor kvh fcieh fieioii mm. super-lahuadan- ' "Ethel! that's her name, Ethel llarcourt knows how to cook! She Judgp not a hn by hir jbsautybut by Itihe ay she does her duhj. &our You .may food all the food but U you aro htns can iwasilbly s,hcrt of erjit, tho re3uUs will iok l3 eatlsfao'Dry, It Is not good Tor hens to uurt In coal or wood ntiwa only, sonile folks oalio: c'aim, but wa find tliat a lighten up tha, dirt- JCocn Is a good ilrao to supply dhs stock with some eneon stuff, bucu as cabbages or roots of any lahid. Tho laVor can ha cut in h,alf, and tha heca wUl lUien pick thm, topixoas. Haro itho rioors of thsj hous-- (woll hvHld d viih. aanw light Wttnir, fo Chai' thl3 iblddjjaa will bo induced to tfliea aind 'thus warm up ibalr hadi-- s ould, frosty morulnss. are Drar(!s in t'hKi chick ais' henw more danvgraua wlwniilwfowlui'jup un (ijlia ixost Own when th arourd dunlnis tlw day; hu a cold air' ourn.'nti twvtjiilnig phnough tho liavutd Jb a .bad thing at amy tlm. in th As th coW wind conws fall, It is nojeed that Iho flurks do not tnlao so wilds a ranghJ as Ihoy did In tnlldar w tuthwr, but ius'Juctd, and oonriga'o in tljo conn IfiiQVfc along ttihe etonio ftenoos in tlus imi-turtlho ltm.fi' whore thy can if tho warun sun, and at the 3ini Riho raw Umo bo tiUkldtfl from ' winds. PouV'iry fo"jdlng has lwn nmch improved and B!nplifi:d by tho. 4niioitnc Won of th hcfpivr rooUhod. Tlw way of imiparlng and mixing a wot iiiiLiU ! duiw nw.iy falih on account pf its tediums awl vj dlvra ex(U3o of nvt lutd Mtor. IQva hop-jk- r & filld with a variilfiy of srcnind lit (0 uactjf&U sraVr, wu plaiCid uk to Ow fowiU at all iwaM. W'nJa tMa arransraiKsnt tho tmm ivmA novor feed. in icv, without tfiUflal-Ji- t tt, -- fv s BlefEtd bo vtork! It glws us tho chnnoe of inakdns strong, capable mtn and woman of ounjtl'vrjs. Dia,w up about tha fire a little closer. Nlci3 In hieiro jawn when Ohi dnlf 9 aro high outside. b T.nt your Clinlstonas pita Bits aonn'jlilng ThouinEKis of dollars nr worao than wiastjjd on usj-lathings every yar. Take tho frost out of your grfnd-ston- u bofoiro you grind tho ax, but do It giadua'ly, and not by uaimg to J hot water. That would injunj the quality of Alio Bton?. Don't put off till spring any outside wo iik ithat can bo done mow. C&ea. up iihe gardon, haul out manune, and bewhen possible push tho plowiing fore snow Olds. Keep wide paths BtookMl to cjvory outbuilding. Help ito opjn the loads when ihidaivy snqws drift tlixim, wihaUi-eo- 1 you ano calld out by (lie or natj tha't the Ktodc is day sheltered fro in the cold every and iqvery night Wlillo wad tins Impatiently for the siiatxj to repair that mud-hol- e, wiaah- out or other tad iiLice In the highway wouldn't It be a good id.a to Ulen few hours oft and fix it 5uunlt? If duiy fanner ap'jn!; a f jv luours, our wonking on Hie bigbMiways would soon ehow a dldo liniiroveineut. Let us not only talk goud naatU-fe- t us work bad moads! Farm Journal. u9-.fu- l. spath-master o The Reptblican and St. Louis Twice-a-WeekOwensbo- ro Globe-Democr- at 1.25 The Republican and Home and Farm Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.25 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.25 The jttEPUBLioAN and uany uwensooro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Fanner $1.25 Twice-a-Wee- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. pnodicted this dlo Kiiro and lsit tho Illinois CVmtrail Exhibit grunt of product's grown In tho two Ssuthorn States of Lirulh'aiw. and Mississippi. LIVE STOCK EXPOSlTdON DexxiinU-2 to 9. This w and oountny-fa-moNINETEENTH NATIONAL slrqw will bo hO'd In itilito trounty Amphlthicati o ami IRRIGATION CONGRESS adjoining buildings at tho Union Stock Yards, Chlrago A"1 n diilay DECEMBER 5 to DEC. 9. of many thousands of tliu lAivest biv;d-in- g cattle, horses, shoop and nwino maKies it a grand conUnt or cham-doSUiugUtcr Tsts, Packing llous'e of tiiis Tho objrtft and jhuim Collogiato and RumiM' Stock-Judgi1w x)Uic6i.nl llu I.B nior.-tcan In for-Contibts, Natioivil I5iidV.rs' tlibtluods. nloro 'JSavo tim on and Stocljiiiai's Moti'-Jn- , Public Daily reclaim tlio uVsjrits, waive btitiika ISnturtoin-niwn- ts tiio land," o which might Im adl3l Salt 8, Brilliant Einlng "drain tlw asui unJ muku ho.mii Boat woohed ly fa.jt and effaciont on tlw laud." 7.V train servloo of tho Thcrw are in the UnKkMl 6ttiP 000,000 acr a vt tmniiu UnA, twtHinn-duc'.iv- o Central Railroad ,u in uaew id iualtli, uud a Illinois d tont'iit t linnitera'iin. 73,000,000 am ilnvs, Tickets, ruaen aliens, lialn iwjnna oiul fiiKjelfJe faivs from jour sUitfon dividr-- d firan into Iiobkm for l.S'5,000 AunJIxB, or nuiy Uo lud of your local UclwOtaswnt. 10,000,000 of our cl'.lzonsh Q. II. BOWBR, 0. P. A. 1 This laud whoa rwlailud wilU Memphis, Tnu. tho niut produclho of all icuida, it ia comiMVud of Iw rich soil Weight Reduced by Cutting. biouglit dqn by tin? rl.'M, The Kohlnoor diamond origlnallr and inlx"d Mi'h iUiu di!3ao'd weighed 800 karats, but by successive for oontun!. cuttings it has reduced to 106 karats. On account of ih3 dlwjralfW owit nership and sUJxi complicui'iloiw BCnU How's This? would &ijni that ilio United Wo otfor Ono Ilundrad. Dollars Honuttiwl Govoi nnwint Jb loglxxilly th finvt Uio ward for any caso of CtarJi ty to ivxl rjm itlWiV) land nlwiug PatoPnli of amnot 1)0 cuned by Hall's linos nurstkd in fht nclonutlon V. J. CHUNKY & CO., Cure. Uw arid lamU of tlw West. Tol.idx, O. of TIM i.n'it of tho ' V lio nndivJgrwl, haw (knuvn of Ma Far Wwtjand th arid jitim. of P. J. Chv'iioy for ilia knelt 15 tliq nassUilMMv s of ilio draJuawi His t.wanip Uncti of tho Giwit South, and, btikovo Iilm iwrifwlily luinorablrj an1 in nil iHitin bs bIvji and g'fuwliura, will bo nolo fo oarny out tiny wb"!tsu But n lei in an olaboiwu) , lut lu 1 in itLmumd tor Oils tlon iiuulo by lite ICINNAN & A1A1UVJN. iKiiea'ia fi.oni nil vnrta WALDJNU. wMiiWMi. Wjlwlnli Dni4J'M,'rVjt3'jdo O. at tko cou'r, fti wM da fccdn .Jvo, havo bjai limilvvl, uud Hall's Outaprh Curw Is lUik1 n luiycu jb'jwil y, .inting diivxitly upun iik a, goodly iwUsKLmc U exp ky, JiAND SHOW, NOV. 18 TO DJC.,9. aud innoous tniffao-- uf tlw hjU.hi. Wf-t- ' f tha ag TVfknontelH p.nt hvw. IMc An oeuUr UmontraVlttn lnr'koM SoUl .by wli AwnWjtiiav rteulUiwl and hotikHial vt luDtls, trpushoprttfbf Uutttud Take Hull's Funly WH fm Au aUttBdauce o ,(Hr' 400,- - aMyWJou, INTERESTING EVENTS 000 ils y.-a- IN CHICAGO r iuitidi-naitlon- nl Con-ffiv- ss Ex-lub'j- ts, "Dr. Miles' Nervine Raised Me From the Grave"-Mr- .. T.,ior This is a strong statement to make, but it is exactly wh,at Mrs. Thomas Taylor, of Blum, Texas, said in expressing her opinion of this remedy. "Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine raised mc from the crae and lluve much confidence In it I can neier tay enough for your grand medicines. Ii anyone had offered me Jloo oo f or the seeond bottle of Nervine that I used I would bave said 'no indeed.'" MKS. THOMAS TAYLOR, Ilium, Tex. Nervous exhaustion is a com- tt o. ng x, gt MOUNTAINEER IS AN ADAM Strange Man In the North Georgia Mountains Has Gone Naked for 01 Years. Savannah, Ga. Word comes via the North Georgia mountains of a strange man named John Castcllow, who has grown to be 61 years of age, hale, hearty and happy, without ever Wearing a stitch of clothing and without ever using a single word but the monosyllable "Gee!" Says a traveler from Harris, describing the marvelous person; "He lives four miles east of Wind' aor, In Bertie county, North Carolina, and bis health is perfect He has not missed a meal in fifty years. "When 1 visited blm he was entirely nude. He Is the strongest man I ever saw. His body is normal and well shaped, but bis strength is prod)-gieaHe can break a double plow-lin- e as easily as if it were a cotton eord. He is geatle and has never beea kaewa to hurt a living soul He canaot speak a word xtapt the eae meaeeyllable ' 'Gee,' whiah he use is varieas iataaatloai bo-cai- v5-vitnti- .'iinn JoucHHi. Jer ike tusk's ke'perfeeUjr haw. Mala ! aaJa tWa." ht I kUu toe kw pMlahW "' fork, Bt f Valley Heights, Va. Mra. Jennie 11 Kir by, in a Utter from this plao.--, says; "I was stek in bed for nine raoaitui, wlUi wonuuriy tnoubk. i waa ao ak and UeU.nl, at ttmes, I aouldaAt rates my head oft the ,plliovy I oowBieMed to take Cardui, wad aw M waa hela ma, at otiue. Now I eaa work all day." As a toute, tan rm weak wewMi, Ojjikiac torn Ween found Uea tor Mr yaan thai weU take the l4aa t Carnal. Ary a e0)to-4ay- . M wlH aarab da jw eodv jt'i 1 occurence of modern life. wear and tear on the nervous The system is greater now than at any time since the world began. For sleeplessness, poor appetite and that "run down" feeling, nothing is so mon good as ifcir-tlau- traiL-pcfxini- i Dr. Miles' Nervine Your nerves are your life and lack of vital energy makes existence a miser)-- . Dr. Miles' Nervine will tone up your nervous system. Aakanydrugglat iHheflratbettlefalla te benefit, yur money Is returned. MltEfr MEBI'JAL CO., Okaart, UU. - a, np-mw,i- u la AJbApaaa all hi r ! t ! r Bta. tu , , Hartford Republican. IMp4 JtertfoM, whihic to kw at Kjr H tfc rwrfoWw from nata, who RgwMkww vo'od r yikws, moj B swuwwl fe 61r ouwiLi WkA-a- so Mf C. M. BARNETT, RAMEY E. DUKE, PUBLISHERS J. J. EDITORS "uVrticft looj r ' aeiowI IfctntM. stMoj for lw wi B NEY FOSTER "Whl shikm for JJh aader." NEY FOSTER sferk'k tMu-n- ol t eMlkffied atot - ST l pwtjr MH UUi " i TMA,AMmnT0W. wm kvdttf bm mm irltug InMad m to htai. On til Nfc Ulft JwceT cbwfc- .- torn. k h tmliiWMt kUi a Am, WMi ut it oariHrf tNMfcsMirt Mkd wim . iMver JfeM4 of MmMl, TSP ANB PROPRIETORS. A4&rem i : ' ' J jftMoMd, Jm gad eoM Ra3ie djr of aula ot die OWe Cimtit and filled five doaen oowii. Tlvn, Couqt, rottiAen-April Warn t nxt h- ib h dotl&r, Ir h tM,poi ISil, Ik O19 k3V.A catm; So-- tliu .. .40. CiumtTlinA.... la Ahe nwa ho adventoed AJ polish IHrpaee of as. (HvtA'.Mc du tlte K Hh'3 mitt to aeoro. Ho aKgHt thj jxwtl.as Ken.lm s that wouM now, lnier t aiwftr, Kpt oa atwvrwwng, anu, pariRK & FRIDAY. DECEMBER 1. wl er suffice tto swy, ilw's out In CaHfefsCaat ODjts hetviin, incited ng a rsocnbU h!s eaVage va tike bay. uXow.'y'a ftm (o Batmen & 'd '' continues toBhow Mounjt Rooa-ve- lt by public tiuc-tio- u signs of a vlotiitt eruption. Ko matiff what jou ido, provided I will oftCer for sak at tho coa.it hoasu &ar te liar you do iit t r titan eone one elte Wo hare had a gia many a conda oauld do thie sinio Uilng, a ford ,on Monday, tihij 4P& day cf to our mu'jlcn tu tea fa thy number 1611 .cbcui co.''o'cT,Jck you to ihe wtmM. W DewmSb r, wilconn of elestilonB in Kew.ucKy. twdvt' was Emm-rjrn,beliave, iwho Said p. m., uikji a credit of clx, d.!dfiie best tltey Republicans "if a nun can wirite a bitter, book. and tffhWn months, ttvj fcOiowiug prop.-ntj'- , brnth-re- n pruach a b itror Siranonr inmk a buit- could to lielp th'Jr A tract or parcj dX lanti in Oh.o tier .mouse trap tlan nils 4liibar, obcro Thanksgiving justerday. counlj', IvuBlucky, bounda ta s: though b'o imliX lite house in (ho 1 The Stanley Steel tho would will make n boat1 ni pwtili to ntVitw Betas to hao fctruck a mag his door." Try to exxjil aj a laud-abl- o JVwlnnacg a,t a stcne Dr a haw , s 1911, tbe bu-and girls iu Its own; ranks In Uu jwreon of Dacanb-ambition. As a star&ir take a trea on he Ifanirford and XTailwun to Jlr. Llttlojon, u iXuw lork Democrat. will hae ihtir fun. Tho'Jl P rend; thuncj N. 11 4 E. to a aoai' course in cur icboo's. partoas, dacce and &park: thwy'll hiss ifield; In QliamberJa'n's Ihnince S. Republicans wvro at Knot thankeach othvx in the dark; tlifcjy'll mar Give Uvi young nnd stmuggllng a ?7a- -i E fyo astoae njar a aki.tu.Kce; ful that KmiiucJy cannot be aranexkd. ry liappy, wortl of taicouragemenit ,whyn- jou ican tlwno S. 1 ontl busln- Muir lif-- , n B. to a sjonw Ln rccd; to West Virgmla uven If 'our Slate hoQhjful man and wits, and You would not lean'e Mxoaa plants in t'aMrico X. 7 -i W. to tlw bjgcnaCmg, admlnlstrarfon Is to bj BonwAhoitunliku CuAr your iwfindow boxes washout wa'cr nor the above to cucuain th: y will own a ktd, ju 2 iicrLa-'ma- r d?r iwlltlcal Influence from that quar dads and mammfos dud. Thsx Ibicga nj!d33 to open the shuit ira thait .Iu or Usi. ter. know, Jtnsause sunLghit anay fall upon Uwm.but jou will hapen, sure, Also Chi fci'owins Ifcraot: wuuld ha.Y& same human, flower The Hartford Herald edutor thinks they'T0 always happanod ao. to Ijlnig In Ohio A tract of land suffer from wan: of njmraciaMan or th county, Kanitueky, on tin waijs tf It is oJrfght to cut out a R ipubkran sunllghti of encourag rtnemt. 'Tlk-rWHITESVILLE rote on ohaKenge ftr lit Jigibllity Raugh river, bounded ns follows, iwilfo aiw a fow hardy souls that cam atruggl' viz: but it Is sonHithing uulful to cwo 'ov. 28. C. A. Ki'lljy and ohaltengo a Democratic otr oa the visited hes broUii ir Rev. A. P. Kejity along on stony sail shrubs that can B ginning at a avu It gum, raapli some grounds. Sunday, of tinr Sugar Gjowl A. P. wait lor tiho dws and sunbeams, vines and elm, B. F. iMcOorraiok's cormur; Kellhsy and family wiJl ltsxve in n fe' that clinub "without kindly LmJnlng thtnee S. 12 V. C9 2 poly to a Tbrf Socialise vcre in the State at but oniy a fcw. ljvjter the Udnd lAord ston by an hn witness d luid days for Florida. tho recent el ctfon turned out to bo The super lvi by the Jlasonts at wihrii iou can see that it is duSorvd. waVjr bjoh; thence X. 77 W. 330 whom moat only a liatle over 8,000, 1j'33 to a atone bra Rough rfvar; pjoplo ithoughit it would go to 20,000 the Hall Saturday might iwas a feast There is no r.naonable xcuse for thanes down, the sanve to (to mouth for all prkixot and tho work put on imor more. The prohibition voo full by llr. Brown, of Owenslboro, was any man to live in a (town, it he doen' of Xo Ciyfck; ithence up Bald NoCnsek from 6,000 to little mor than 3.000. like it. fl jou have no ,wond of' Clcndi!d. as iit niianiilirs In the ntiddli3 thereto 05 for jour town, 113 of when ToducHd to a etrai!giht laaa Democra't.c newspa x& cca'inuo to The tobacco buBinB lure Is lwgta Bhow cv.ir the nodabili-ti- n nlng fo gvit prMp ao'iirtj. There are Inatututicina or iiviople .emigira 4;. You 51 poles to four hickories; thsnce the taam clocic toy go- S. 78 2 E. 112 pal-- s to tjw-- h iys; of a failure to kjp the pisiform several buytTs in (ihe field and the won't Etop plyJs 3 duning tho oomins 1 gjj'tLture. gnea.i.r ipaTt of what I have known ing away. The church halls witll luve thence X, 7 W. 32 poles t a stone, Theaj editors dont seem to under- to be sold has btroughl: on an nv.lrage U10 ani musical rlng.he lafttjlj dogs thonce S. 78 1 2 E. 164 po'es to the stand that the platfonm was made "to of $0 for Jeaf and lug3 and $3 for wiill play juat as l and the pure air besinu'lng, con'ainiMg 1071-- 2 acres got In on." trash. Tihe houa B wall lie rcadv to bn'stA sunshine and unarkiSing watsr more or Ica3, lexcpttog from the last will hive tho Eonie In ulUi-gjng prop canals rea.dve the tubacoa bah lwoUd and enJes. Sp tUt a good wxml for your doHorihd tract fch.3 Ctllowing boundIt is said thai. three nw Indapendkjnit, nixt wwok. ary, which was eold by the cai,d C. Tiavo b en rvc uri'y disoaveriad on the BeH trice Rus-s-- neighbor, if ypu can; If you cannot, T. Oar3cn. djtr.ased, to W. R. Car p'osot Mirs. Tho oitlzeaa of lihat Bernard Conner and wwe manrlod at St. ftlairy"6 Oxtih-ali- c don't everiosjlngly enlarge on' Unlr son, n the day of country muait have etfhtr much bjt-i- er ly cliuroh this morning by tihe Itiev. Taults. If jiou haw b pome vjz: we are us- 'workmen cr tools than V ,Va disgruntl-- d move away; go Beginning at four Mckorfcs on lug on the Panama job. Pcaaibly lihoy Hugh O'SuVitvan. somewhere wlwre tfhlcgs will suii bmk erf Xo Oiyk; thunca S. 73 2 K Airs. Ema Balrd llsi1.'cd her mailer exo d in bo h. J7u. 77 iles and 20 ait Songlao last week. linluj to a H'Xmi"; Mrs. John Alc ia' hod a stroke th:ncce S. 12 W. t'ti 2 poies to a had The Wlllson atim nmitia.icn Xo ono is so ludapjiidenit as the is farmier; ba doesn't iliave to trudvle; If stcne AinfcEscd by a bajch In John quite a numb r of D jmocna'JC OOToln-too- s, cf paralysis a fqw diiya ago and and we nc&o that most of uhum v.sry low. he is insulted he can 11 scout Wie insult P. Fostr's line; Cihenio3 will to noano are (o lia reratnid uml r aibCreory. Bsali Whl'toms returned home laft without X'or of lcsing trad.j,and licra 137 rods and 19 links to a a'tone wti-on bank of Rough from W(j5t Virginia wPiere she Is no eanthlyirea3onrvjththe'lmiina;vd However, nor.e cf the river; thmco tiho moulfa of No arc sipolc n of as pa?? biliues under bos bo a slnoo last hiinung. farm. mioolii'Ty he new has in use d:i.ii same ito On ek; theuuj up thj ncjw adminLii tu'ion. Will R.i)ub-IJcai- u Dr. 0. W. Edge tvisltied h.B brother, why hj should mot haw an o Cnjtslf wilth the r Dr. T. 'J. Ektea at Graiham last wtwk. day and suoh le!&uie tor ivtaidlrar nnd. nvjacd its of the learn anything from i3hl8. iniddlo thereof to Oanrio Bind Lucy jMcCarby find Grooj study as would soon make Mm 20 ncrts am of tle boglnntag, papers Rrooks mud Lonne McCnnyj Wdhson Same of our Dimasrailc thj bejt lnfonmed inn in any cai'JKng. more or Idas. which had such goad words for Judge Brooks anl Willie .McDonald will Why shouldn't tfie fanmvjr be all this Th3 lunahafer will be r.'nuinod to OR'ar before h'n bTame a candiidaifco 1 q bond wilth nnjronvjd security and onone? Surely he has the N for Govwj-r.oare now begin ruins to the holiday, iinmedlaitiIiy attwr sale. , apeak w.ll of him again. After threi Mrs. 31, A. McDonald visited her This lilih day of Xov.tmber, IOU. months of abuse and gand:T for UUa d4ugihi:r JVtn. Cl)Ai Hayxu3 in ir wo nou'd .leach a child to Idlcc F. L. F03LIX, , great and good man, tluo editors of last iweak. that which is good nxullne,wv niiufc 20tl QIasier Commiaaloner. thesa papas are no doubt trauMtdi P. A. Hciwnnd la .having "a ten nooni esUfbllsh Oia lllalrg in b!s uxTiy yeams. Baiwtt & Smith, Atfeoimejis. with a sudlen to .make amends. two-sor- y djwul'iing en ted on the It is not eivough that jnomulHell him Such is politics nil Old Kontuaky. Notice. Moigasriuwo Rraad in tlw Kxlgo of town In later days KJiat books aru To 1U13 Wool Growvrs of A. S. of Tlwre harve ibcen a numb ir of cas good and bid lidmi read tban. Tliun Kxcerit for the bold and nrpsnesalvo of dlptheria huno this season but n" he Is grown, up he iwill clioasu lhat E. to niet In Hanlford, Saturday, preliminary campaign epwJah, b of which ha Uloes and oirr work is to lead December 2, 1911, at 1, p. m. to eloat niV oasa3 tor severed days. Judge O'Jt.iciiheDjwiDciats would not Thore was gir.ojt confusion nfc tiie htm to like good IMngsj We cannot officers and a director to Stafra havo piTomulgaUid any platforcn. Now Baptist Ohurcih Sunday night. There basin too txurly. Tho nureary It" mojting of Wooi Graw'ra of y th-- y have full responsibility at tint has avountiy been a furaooj put in ihou'd bo thoai whioh liave fed the E. C. BAIRD, Flrei Frankfoitt, they wro ared (jo jlcatih for 3IEL.VIX STEWART, Sec'y. tor fkur th"y have liromitied acmwUhhig thiait bea'alnK qiuniiosts and tto ctbch children of (many an age and olimo. The song.'the hjmin, tha po.-sdrauil the catttion liad hhould tliey will be uniblj to deliver. Well left ciion tuml Sir. Rub nits hod ditiven, bj thaw) that my womth landing tuid many thsy Tho ivtople are go- a (pair ntf onulev INCORPORATED hdtclKd lo a sunny to reciting. Lit u make tile bcaulutful ing to wafah tluun an ito.y never cburoh Sunday night timd unaniicDus a'oiw and mjith and lijTmn a iwit of tag to waitch tlu-- as Vby have nover Yellow Jacket Stingers. of tho ditch bounfe tbidno had chowtn the chlld'd jnly enrtioixnient iMoia don. before. a place n..ar to it to liifch awl In than this, lot us namjnib'ir Uiat in some way ono cf the muUM fUl in teaching itha clulldren to rV.ad ijood TREAT THEM ALIKE. the diAoch inxl (jhy otiior mulo ftilil In books .tff?vVTVT?VVV??VM sij?Un "Finally catching Uie dnifit of the upon It. Wh, m the iraaldemt was tlw ills ct life. Acoanipaultd, Iby noble commeniH cf cored unnatdca of an niadj kr.orfvn to the men Uwy IwgQji thousih'i tliey hhall go to Uiir dnudg-cr- y It is a sad state of affairs iwhgn outrage that was aiVUaiiptud Ikro by to Ivavo oaurcQ and toll 'with u braw BpliU, and wo nil iix aeeni to know iiiotu lmnrilly I (wing vlw about We Handle Most 3Unub!lcun Line bof4 on ul.wtlon ilay, ftimlnlnu part, of Uw tonsrkgialtiion, In maks melcda in th ir hiw ts ev.u i liw Uriff and finanoa than f.iwy do about tho Han.ford Jl jnub'toan ouahaaif.ts oblivion as to tho cojucu of so much their handa ar,i ouU talcing care of babkii nitii toil an exiilanatloiu Thua tt lKanW3 a CQnLfc?irna fen. Some tlilnkdnig the th'y thftld dwv.ll Mtti Hue and Democracy iKrJy always sckt d.'fend.'r of tb!s Bham'-fu- l jmoi&jdunj. furnap3 tiofl &T. bomuUing , t good and thtea niomeiiila ctf ljsuru tiie man as a oandldure who cuhnioice tn AmMi, howuver, Wiat U nmaJua the tliey iwero finally jmietitd after shall bi rich bcfjusi of UitWj &xxl U1.0 mo4t ikvUh tfio act of C3ii:aln t.:ilca iilflicxju the aocldi.mit htid be mode kwwim to tlntos of Uvcir joiUiu Hardware, Queensware, Enamel Ware, Cutlery, Razors, Shears, g Tho man who couldn't burn iwas not JusUfied tiiher by law tba proaolier and ha nnnouncvd M. Shells, Cigars and Tobacco, in fact, everything handled in a first-clato be tiiankful for tills ysx le or in f aat, a3 good lawyi na ankl Our Tead'rs should wv tl Ar nvea-UTpie invulo dteX, oWz-jistore. of till ittrv.fr a M11U tj-tif- y. oje ojwn for fftkityaiidjvindlo. was simtily a btuaiutn' Jdiot who tha M.h ewul U10 fullec--i There is iu law chat niiin--s Tlwy ane uui rous naid work Notice to Taxpayers. thereof ou tlii3 IntJim-u- t plan withta sane man to go thumuili a InloCL by You aro huroby notified, yin the aobiii.j to csn'xh (Maple, llw Infect out flaking tlw Xlrt payment. Jury in ordor to bj "ivaiaiVid" to penalty of 6 ojut. wtlll ho on all hwIntHo wrkitd iby u sbarpy in one voting pnlvil ge. Ito fant tliat uw unpaid taxu the firtt day of Do-- of thfi citU Jj3ontlj', 4b ku apt lUus- - The wither proch.itu indict a Where your nicklee, dimes and dollars do double duty. When of tbu'r ial'oiigi2iis canw forwiaaxl otan)iir. 1 am wy wixtoiw Utat aW trayon of thy ability of tliaedvad UfUl oold wlu'jei' and the poUtkul pro- in need of anything in our line, you will do well to see us before ia a irari'y way umd apokBiIz for Uucim bo ipuid before ttliat tilmo, but wkinatoasi'ch wet only ti3 ignomwt llwt a hot llnu for CIwiiihi buying" Quality, price and satisfaction guaranteed. the wrongs a toppi. nl, la euAfiiciunt If ik paid, o p:aaly will be put but ctlir4 who urn not coiHUw-.-- . Clark if I13 kle to laAke U. to show tilioC til .t j wui wwij',Wfl on and property Tlvto ladUr odvonUft! for oti th ir Tw Yt'4o,w JacitMt hnw a Yait 4d- done, or alA.jrijj'ied, Tor wltfoh istory taxes, as I have to collect in order too a jywJry an3 and B'rotida 0B.4 Ut Brjan w4 Aw ar LtoFofiiUo d d man oukW to make my s itMeweftt honest anil wMi iloltar wWi, ivd IjaPoll,,ttQ Mn't it ! tin twadtd wl tttt'ii-'yhhitm4t, to be ashamed.' Hanjlnid Herald. Auditor. PVHea giie (lte jiroHipi Mt a ohxck for alx buiidnod d?Hm Ttet is tbe worst of Uu wiioiw Tfoo aboi( 441ly fj'.raiw olttiKJsMd Jy ftt'wwtlon aad aoid tiito cjcUvi oeot. Ar.w on. an vv. cl toiwu ban4c, vtffch Bhaoiknr inatott.t ISUf T. II. DUACK, S. O. C. tiw ILerald la Lordly wtwi'ihy of Uwtrue'iow tre watoh b3 mu-Mhi- d taut JA (tow tho I pjHg Ut uwwal of Utat Uw W'nrn wry 4UjnUiJed to poiwn be Now, 'J10 It iptddcaew of aad fiiat he would ocwj ftar k. Donw 3t oowtiml U Coun4 muX b- - nwAs. v- wteht be kbo imU1 ubiU diitat have tbi3 joliiv Paper ia the Conity." Ilantfcnl are i rf oVy wtfUlBg for all md V otoago a ,wouk la,b r. 0 p- fiu to inodtMM Uuiff bUte ktot K- - fnnoiftni fa tfftbdntf ktouoom awmy tiNM to yuto iMt m Uwy ILvtOcrA JU&vMtimn, Uwntae In mm hku-j- ituti. bfa grifcak. toi And Ben'wh Watota didn't sum down It jirtainkT a !dAf. Awl wfert re y(H 4mt Ob do Diiar Hbw: l'l(we Awl have for year a ad Ui-- y i3M rot ne)0Bd vmm w WML "Wu'l, Ahat' HtrwH ohfauw to aw'nr wn vicitin UT mow Abe hbwi Uemoiamtic to lAwWttiQ) tiinw. M ihw du Hr.orjMr to- $.60 md put hm oa Iw mid. 'MMtiMfHetHMliim tab btmk Aad oor fool, aiul hUmi ty NffmUAlY of Uwa Dttmtxxtlr frieedte' trw Ja tho bMt Im hm d'.wt Jmt tbiav o w. But ImmV mi myw tiw iwwK&ot NWhb. lik to Ut Jtar. Kiehpwa himMi JteraMW feet Ut Mtff rltmCt qH All ttw IlejMibUcaoti wk te ta the oswwf.y, twd raora your BopUr smuiy far your Moli," h let Satxiawi HatMid un immI wtw tlw taflt ke HenwMiy by a dora! rttaht hwwe UmW. &kf be Utatta! oWw. miMW 'Jmi (be MUdmdi fl4 taw wws dtuwly antl don't joi loMMt it, ooua'wd out Uujac otitir Hmi tUjma aa mpe bun. Jw4., jJigiiftHWau JUme nod toi forSL Ww'w & v'Ja owtrnmney sort y paocPW Mt(f b- JIm lwbrIarnakd. door. "Qh, yw," b mU, IwrisUw tt tiw-- i't Jci iiwmviwj nwte,K malt out ef &o kjo-- j Jto att cowman teatkma Hwtferd Republiosa. M n tmm. m itswir; mo m&n'i oj.o O.rytA Cow. Kwtocky Our Prophecy for December. mz a nm. Jim cmw mml mm a r ,!n . v l.. thuy'd , While wv rc net R prapfctt r tk wvav 4ewMe nt em tlwugh r. to s.a of a ircfifcet but It t& txymmitts a ml Hr tton. lie dWwt ry to gi,.. s. Oumm. t a.r DoiVNita. to dodf 4ftMun; popttVir ffi to five iWiX'r ffucm'p Wl hteto y Vla h f dtH.f wM' or- i j LUr pre4 c.Ioh (or tiifoi .month During he fiit talf Uivsre (iH bo from 6he North some brisk wind! ,wM nlo, but every day tlna and offen tl yjH bj gloofy some diys.nowvMrrnwy be fair, with Southern wind. and nvdlaw air. T5roj things wiJl happen bare wa knowvbe-oauthey always hppen m. Tnose good months moon will f ullind offCco skiira wrwk tfliolr "iwll." Some lu;ki' on33 will land the priae.w Jills oth r men est tanuJ ea .wio wdll fall la all tlwy undfiT'ak'e ami find th c've modi a end mia.'ak",for charlal'anB U) fortune rtide wihile ihikVei. wona Js throat BHldo. Th"S liiings vill happ.n tlwyHni alwauB we know, hanccd eo. in this good month of WiaokA. -j Master ConMiMiMMr's Sale, ySHrt tn Bl te skt; pt jt ih-A- r TO THE se If Within YOU NEED IN THE WAY OF THAT10 MATTtHMAT JlK3'BoiBfl ARDWARt WE.HAVE.rrt ' $ -- b-jt- we t: fiai-Ijw- FMRS the Next We must close out our 3-- u - - 1- -2 1- Hora-Jjlin- a t de-istb- 30 DATS mense stock of Hardware and Implements, or anything we have in our stock ' we will 1-- 1- -2 appr-jbeneio- 1-- o w-J- dl Uior-ough- "l Sell at Cost Wagons, Plows, Disc Har- wigbt-iTiOu- coa-ainil- po&id-billtii- io r, rows, etc., The Ohio County Ken-tuck- U-j- a Supply Company KENTUCKY. 1 fjr. HARTFORD, V wearere-onforoiusthitni the Complete grt Hire-Bu- STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES fil any-tUin- lion-orab- wr ss s try ir Also a Big 5c, 10c and 25c Counter 1 a-1- ul. fair-min- e ilt lt Hartford Grocery Co. - "Iet ay wJw,, iKi-iji- U-h- Ih imv r to ot ,taMf. i wtH wil il. a ir 4wkl eT !. Ti. , IWliffiT'TR- - likiff' J Dress Goods V SUGGESTIONS! carry a of com- - . v While we plete line Ladies' we .Suits and Cloaks, want to remind you that we also have for your consideration the largest line of Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets, Etc., to be found in Ohio county. You would do well to call and see this line, bought especially for our Holiday and Mid-Wint- er nm, T. V. JuHtor, alty, BfMe FiMtior loft d Mr. stiM weak o( Korhca'j t, Ky ymm Ar h iT lwwio at Sum Id, MjMk in, cohargi of tluj mllBt.47 pt mmmc cslVr at M oWit of (tin W. CO., for the This Mm. A. of FVnfavdle, wason. a' iQ had Umr vteiiintf U CtnctoMiU UMiss FcaVr's CwK. Jitoiwn and ehy Is i.gaiwl d vry tf Co tor fuv'iQrai d.ty'&, ham rutum Whly tlwrc. homo. nv.at Tuesday 'J10 Lad&s Cbdsttnas U muru cciii.3dV W mt Ohmch will opm wujw Wundiniio?.j. No hokB In four of tlio ChnIis.Uiias Bazaar, wJilch Is an pa.!rj for four monClu. Hartjford Huu&j evwri, In BARNAnD & CO. bu'.UUng in Uim room fonmorly wand Mr. B:tt Comte, of Duk'iliuifttJd.U- - sm tiiri harbor shkip. For many Wjls el a Ii'm 3 hec tihb ai nk (hail Mwlrfi'od the ladifis have fovm worMng liurd 10 565 'poundu wlwn WJ10 can m'ahe fshw Uazaar luititur) this bJst tbajt? iihan usual. Tli-- y Will luave fcorvs Send your otrdwrs for any Maaazlnw of pi oj3 of fancy nwd'rwork, useful or sat of Magizlnc3 to J, Noy Fos anticlwa for the hous, and mSvny otlio givn JiAni33 for an!', and a luncheon t.vlll ter and your oru ra win bo b)3 6cnvJ each clay. Tho proc ds go prompt atfaiitfon, ti We have Just rocolvitl a now sup to; thu maw church fund, ntid should ply of typewriter ribbons for Snilth- - be 'given a libiul paiDronwgu. will only bo open for thrtw Tho 2, tyiptiwnltora. Promlor, No. Hmi, Spill! Kyfter it 1 ih-- Mo-hodt- aual ttiir fJmmf I te )r r Hartford Republican. Mr; and Mi. C. H. Snihli, Farraoia- -' bung, lnd., nrriml Tuesday afitcnnioon to hy tli guasts of Mr. and Mr3. H. days. E " HE 11 Trade. .Suitable Trimmings to match the en- tire line. McCall Patterns, the most styles, McCtll Pittern No. 4345 Waist i always in stock. N Df ic .i. l. an attractive dress Comoetent. careful, painstaking and courteous salesladies to help you in your selections. up-to-da- te . No4347-2Sklr- -- ' Don't forget this, and bear in minck that it pays to trade with a house From present indications old Santa will be located at J.' B. Tuppan's Jewelry Store R M'sahfe for a f w daya. If you sliould not gt a catalog of on Center street, opposito tho Wj Court House. You'll miss it our Xmas Goods, ask for on want you to one. OHIO COUNTY if you don't drop in. I won't 17tf DRUO CO., incorporated. urge you to buy; just come in r,vfoThunktslAMng woro Jiold a,t tlw Fltwt Climlniiian CMrch jdsifjrilay and fesl free to look and ask. mS'inAng. Tlie irviaca wcov) ctrniduqUd It sure pays to buy early. I by Eldjr Wnglut nnd .Rov. Joiner. tried it. You have a larger If you have not .bought any of our stock to pick from, so you Candy, suposo you doso ikxX. Unw you want candy. It's fine. 'OHIO come nearer getting just what COUNTY DRUG CO., Inconpora'iod. you want". Don't forget my nva hobby "high quality and low Mm. W. M. and MtS3 n 1 f.t Wiednaday far tho Taylcr Before you order niavktt'H, whre HiK'y .will pur- prices." hwllday goods far U10 firm of from that catalogue chase I just ' Fair & Co. want to figure with you, Mite ErfJRsndBT cntertfiinod i" maybe you can be suited betcmit'y at ht-- lioma at edx o'clock for Mtw. W. C. OmrhuiKR, of ter and keep your money here Colo., and Mrs. Ralipli Thorpe where you have some chance of Lilttle Rock Ark. .. to get it back. tho Don't fung-i- f ihi Bazaar In g-Eas-fcirr illti-n- ir and Children's Cloaks as we do our Ladies'. The best Styles, the best Makes to be had are found in our stock. Mothers, it will pay you to look over our line before making your purchases for the children. Children's, ages 2 to 0 years-in WEMisses' take as much pains in selecting our Bear Skins, Velvets andS::iu:..d..!t to 14 years old 1G $2.00 0-- Fancies and solid colors, priced at each (JJQ to $5.00 t Dlfl - LU MlU fA W Hartford House, camm-neln- g Tuts-d- ay thr-- v that saves you money: De9. 5, and com Jmuig days. For itlw bwntfilt of tto J. B.. TAPPAN, nyw Jeweler and Optician. to 20 years old Every new Fabric is represented in this line. Priced at 9 fl Muthodls: Church fund. Jk&Ga Hartford Republigan, FRIDAY, DECEMBER IIHnolsCentralRallroad--Tim, . 1. e t ,1 ' Table. At Beaver Dam Ky. Nunlli Bonud. No.ntdult:SSa.m. No. 101 BoumiI. o No. 182 due :05 a 111. 4Moil2:dqel2.28p.m, North By virtue of ExtCu'ion'No. direct to nwvvlhio.h issued from the Clark's azlne Subscription in Offioe of the Ohio Owoult Count, or fa or of E. P, Bumnus & Bro., ngadnt-itford, can igyt you any Magazine IViriodical publlslwd. Cut prices whr James MoNutit, for Jho eusn of $100.02 two or moro Magazln s nna ordyr-jd- . with dn'bne't tfrcim Juna 20, 9104 and Tdiiephone 123. 12, tf ?9.25 cost $0 27, Nov. Simmons Kid Glovos sold only by 1901; ?3.00, iMiay 14, 1903; $3.00, Aug. Mrs. .S. A. Anderson PitunniodTiiK- Barnard & Co. Never fall to sat13 1903; $2.00, da,y from Louisville, whrAj she h:ul 12, 1905; ?2.00, Oat isfy. Jan. 13, 190G; ?5.00, Jan. 20, 1907; $2.9 spondlng. a fyw dajs with Drink Dr. Snoop's Htsilth Coffee. 1907; 24, 1907; $4.00, Ajpr. IC, )mw In Feb. Groccry- - husband, wilio is preatlclng Sold by U. S. Oaradn, tho $2.00, Junle 12, 1907; $1.00, June 23, of thut city, and, a!s ihu maiu 1907; $2.C0 Seipt 9, 1907; $3.00, Djc -- AUmltMl Status C4vd.lt Co. or 29. 1907; $2,00, Oat. 12, 190S. I County Aittoru y C. R Snilth ait- Why send away from humo for jour ono of my djputdes, iwlU, on (Monday bonded FVtdtjral Count at Owngboro Magazines .PoTlodtaals of Niwspapors the ICountli day of Deoeanib;r 1911, mt this weal:. when tli ay can ba ordorod might 1 o'clock ip. 111., nit the Count Hauso or In HAiitord? Gjt olub pricy3 Cixnin J. door la llaiititord, Olilo Oounity, "When you want AmmuniUon y, Nvy FofitKir, Magazine Subseniptlcin Guns, call on U. S. Carson, tho expose to Public sale, to the 434 Rll', who Is nttnicUiig school at Vandvnbllt TraJiunig Sahaol, Elkton, ICy., arjlvxl Ia3t Satorday to spend ithe Thanksgiving holddays wiith his iparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rlky. Mr. Lewis Rjmembvir.Uiat. th"B ' Chliaren Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO R A I Sheriff's Sale. sd E. P, Barnes & Bro., BEAVER DAM, KY --p . Niei'iFoa'tiriMag, Agtiincj of Hart- J. hr J he tf kllul;ihjin: . FIRST .j Kfin-tuck- o.lMdn. . 5:48 p.m. due 2:48 p.m. m No.lsl daeS-tS?- . IStf Agency. fSO.OO M."H. & E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. L. && j& i N. time card effective Monday $ Aug. 2lst tio. 112 North Bound duo 7:10 a. m.. ' daily except Sunday. No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. ' dally except Sunday. J . fNo. 115 South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. dally except Sunday. Mr3. Hooker Wll'uni3 nnU ulniWivn ,''No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p m. are v'altlng Mr. and Mrs. Z. Woyno dally except Sunday. Griffin, of LouUiWll'e. ft H. E. M1SCHKB AeU Iyoulhlle, Mr. A. Jt. Carsn, uf I coini hmnia yoa orda (a sp nd Thoaike giving wl'to homo fo.lku. illDd Carton l.fil Wodrais- diy far Q'jm.bciro; wlwro ttzo vlll visit JwJaWv a far a fjw Aiya. Gtot-- John G. Ktwwm.ntfav'.'liing cofflint AmmuniUon, etc. llator, for Abo J, 1. Casj Co., Stoat Gam, Shells, Thanksgiving hwiv viih Mra. tor sale .by U. S. Carson, Uie .Gro Tlw LtvU'SCirc! ofJiM Woodiatc f owjwmih. men of tlw World was iwganlaed hyro Tueaiiy afi'jnvion at Frafrjrailjty Hull. Cwbou waaiis yaw pure. iSIrs. C. MBarTiMtrt Wt yoViid-ifor NashviUk;, TJi.i whoru ah will Hwekmu BuWw, 2o eaah. Visilt ii.0- - dauglirtf r, Mrs. K. W. Cuai-e- r. BAlUVAItD & CO. v at ou Jlilttiwry Rduoad prices Don't wowy wltli bliat Cough, but Barowd & C'oVs. a ibattle of lky'a Honey and 'All ktaite at wtetiug dome at The Tar Comiiound at OMo CounfyDrug dfrtca. fltopuWoaa IWf Co. ami Coats call' Mr. Dud Grey, Mrg.ant In tli? CUWQN & COi inlUtary ounijwMty, Iwj f'OM jWl Ooajwr tew :.P fnoyi Ixinot'UH. whyro lu a'A.incM stak -- t tea ywrt. the HBtool of to'.runtic h.M by W Oal c. HV UawkUt artmlll'ary ' 'tkvwm thu s:iki of al Cwurt at Qveeatoaro .thta wak GtwmU.' 1 jJVf Swtor' Unto wit aw raU-- u 1'fof. MfHwory R1hmw)0, cf I.Mtog-te. Ce. HM WWW. Uarnard uefeool of (ftAj) -- 3lr. B. Y. Park, of Taylor Mnjs, niathtr Biwrit Sund3iylKiiv wi'h hU and sister, , j on. Tho hunting wdJson is now Gut your outfit from U. 6. CarsonAhe " IStf Grcoeryman. Jlrs. B. T. Barn-- U vs vliltlng bor son, Mr. Orkm Wallace, and ftinnlly, of Central City. TOR SAIjE Oiw well brolco bird dog. DAN KING, Hantford, Ky. 14tf per month straight salary and expanses, to man with rig, to our IVultry R'omedies. Don't birsinass. an&wter unVisa you moain Eureka Toultry Food Mrg. Oo. (Incorporated,) Qasit St. Louis, 111. Bird Dog Lost or Stiolien: A fine two year old tdinalo SjtRir Wnd dog. Wihilte iwii ,h av.id spots. Loat un. Timj- daj- - night Nov. 14. Rkiward of 3.00 for avitiurn to C. P. Turnar, or Thi RjpuhMcau, HaiWprd Ky. 20tf nirj' Wo will dupticatia pnloes for Magazilne or group of MagaSti..s lirfor eil by any avputable flgiiioy. WV.t fo my largo, now fall oatalctg. J. NVii 3Q, Fostor, Magaziao Subscription AS'ii-c- 30, y. tho following imoi3rti' y f (or so much as may to Baiafy Plaintiff's dubt, intar-tand cast) j A contain lot of ground, laying and biing in Oliio ooumtj', Ky., jwltii all improvemionts tlKiroon in tlia Uwm of BieiHKr Dam, Ky., said lot being 50 feet front and running hack 170 feet d and located on tho East side of ) and wilch It tnonjts, adjoining being just South of nnd lot No, 1 ,ln hlock 31, viz: In faat it Is immiediately at tlio East aulof 2nd Stroet Bdng the tamo pixipeflty con- veytA to JaniieB McNutit by I. P. lulglinst Udder, itlicsi-eo- I li iidcos-fcar- SALE in tha4 to-w- Jt: Mar-nar- Barnard & Co., ! Annnnnra ihait Korf Str-rot- ' Remaining Stock of iBar-no- rd it f Bi-.dt- ' In 5Ir. Fuvd Robentipa, Sonfftmt G., naturawd linnw H, fTihlild Sunday if ram Ltxoiiston, whr.iy for tihij ipai:it tun days hjj liad bo.m lnjjruoi1on, ftlio School of hld und r i3urwlsi!o,n or IKj iw'Jiijary djiwin'mwint of thw &.vf C?o. K. Bninjf dho nuws HiU oCfld--. V aro always glad to hav our uuborib-en- s us of or If oicH on'e of ur Unigit lNtof iviuh-rg jit-ja nnd wife, liy dated Mtwdi 1903 and ot record in died lioolc ipag.3 32G, Oliio Oouniy Clerks ofupon as tho lnovtenty of fice, Jamed McNu'jt Tonus: &1I0 will lw inado on a crodit of G inojiiths, bond mitli njta'ov-c- tl security ivquiivd, b.uiiig liutwtjsit at Uw no,tJo of U pur o.'int. per anudm from tiny of sak and having tho itor ami eff-;o- t ot t rii!ij-.lbond. WltnetK my hand, this lu'Ji day at November, 1911. T. H. BLACK, S. O. C. 18t3 By S. O. KEOWN, D. S. ' MILLINERY substantly reduced. Come and get a nice Hat for less money, Will be t t J Tt We also Wish to Announce Mater-eri- al ' woud wlvu Imto. lvo wa onw atnin acji wk-- k a grand t gt l7 I'dvaiiWuL Sul panw w could in anything uud w ' a'.iall local XKilvi-i- ' WA WORLD mjt SOLD THE Reductions in Mr. R. n. MartJn mi vgw u lo-g- al town, yttwday ai'ing that his fixwn Morgan v, ' bixhnr-an-liu.- w(lli OVER. SUITS and CLOAKS Our stock still has moro splendid garments, some especially protty Coats just arriving. It will pay you to get our prices, which are lowor as the season advances. Now is an especially good time to buy a Coat Suit or Cloak. T i Mr. J. C, lltonor ami Mrs, CUw Futtfli-- er Mr. had UMwrid at t)ta.t plwcs. of Bu.-k- -r Plxnr 4s County Cwunt cotttt'y tmd W. hiWu1 toonocifih pntMniiKxit laiWcs of the Bu'.l r counCJ-i- ty etittal. -- Hl-. qo. awoag (Jm auu4r f w owmH-- vtott CMmoa iuw b m wkj r itraacam nt Mr. BMTiMl Dttk. vo twutal wmv;j4U: iuita rick of PiHmwola, to tawYtovuBty-oouc- d k la Wliit Jfc-- Va or I' a SMiMvtef hli d4(tatmant ot K Htuoky Balneal, i lu Chattliy Taylor, (A Byvir iun, ow Mwln tlw tarvo rt-ktij --ttvet nkw occutili'd by o Ohio Mr- - aoVl -'o- Mm Mr. T. koe M&r OUWt Of -y, Ctwtt4r AuMiiy of T. U. KlMk M4 J. P. tdoM MM, JUhmC th (-- u tW. M - -- Uw PpoC Nmm4s JiMrnMrty la. Hartaand, aM) tof iMM iMajaaiMafy aoafMaaatl'wy wurlc ait QWaaa)Hjaja Tttumn day W wu Mrarinn " j. tauiHt . --1 tt aiaMaiiiafllM WW..W' JC wvJ rjititoi yant hnbaol I fiimt of I'.jb-ihwill ,Um uccuivid iff Xr. Hur'4 yruMry. Tiw Munv will lw fatKMkfcd Iti miuty way., and liHJUMwg vEilBAk 'f. l&ERU Ml ?Jwi SHIMKLS 3 v4mo ttuJw4,wiH of a laif oH'itnw.-- ' jtMMiu ' . HiHHMr-auc- KGALLS INDIAN ATROCITIES KEYS 6IVENITI THE ATTIINEY nam AMuirt Mud Mm. IhnrHiDnil Wri4- iHMt 10 1 Hangup J Tt-- V. A Reliable Msnament Adorned With Hieroglyphic Tlla Tale of White Carried Away Captive. c Mr. J. U limit wnA - to Remedy CATARRH on feiMMvM. ' con-uninn- ty who Jr. T Hear the main read of Lead to Discovery leadtag from Weatherfleld to Reading, May I passerby may observe two menu-cut- s Rothschild's Hidden adorned with Indian hlerogly skies. Wealth. The larger of the two contains the teUewlag Inscription: "This Is near eae spot where the Indians encamped Ike night after they took Mr. Johnson Now York, November 20. CtfiifaW of sad family, Mr. Labarree and Farns-wect- Glaze, attorn? y for iim Receiver August 30; 1754." The two the defunct Ktderal Bank, returned with from SU Loola Uhls afiternoon two swts of kcye to the wtfrf boxB in which RqUuichlld, the hi pntaon, I'rosldont,, who hid his wealth whon 'ho was alwut to bo onrestuL Tho attomyy Htlrt Inmie- d'a'.c'y ha had matolal uvddoneavnai Rothsohild did hddo wr.iy 3HaW a mm- currency, and lwo JxjNemi that f ion of to tho nWAjnyln bo holds tho ' a KtTOl b no-Mr, Glawj will basin ft fiyaitxanatlc search to find ,iio two ewts uf safe f tho t.v ilnrostts boxes that will fit kays. Tboro are four ikys in all Readta. VC I, Ifeffvti, of Lwwnt, Imi.i hM M(fi vfaktowt, in i(b lor mm tifm lm fltumtud J. how. WH l. Mr. Dwn .MUni'ijl awl w4f, of WlIlhuiM Mliit-.B- , vMivd at Mr, .lohn Suu-k- y. Dmnmya from Tlturncwjr m(4l i Mr, Coritus Vox Mr. C A. UryHM r Mid Jwat amy v vWt-o- d a, S ilpIt ton-vio'j- dil J. L. Hurt mul wiftj ami daugh-.fcosTvlajj d fchelr fathor, Mr. Wm. Schroadur, of Rod Hill, Sunday. Mr. J, 1). Tucker and vvf(?f of Ilite Ixyon Uvjihk pleoo, Vilin down bdkiw Hantford for bo13 imorolUack at tft Ir hianio agabi. as Mr. 0. T. Duke, of Pnttnaboro. visiting In thte conimiMit'iy t3i(m Wook. wUr. B, ho 1m-- Texas Woman Near Death. Wills Point, Tex. In a lofetorfrom tailings Wills Point, Mrs. Victoria soys: "I vas aftllotcd with womanly trouW6, had a dreadful cough, and awful pain. I certainly suffered would have diod if I had not been relieved by taking Cardul. Now I am Btronecr and in better health, thai I over was in my life. I can't say lialf enough for tills medicine." Do you, need ttAlotl Cardui will help joa. Try k for your womanly troubles. Its 0 age in Its guarantee. It curoa B-1- I . to niumiber "5." The kejB ftprwubavo bo.Bi lttUtto uaud. The othw Itwo mado wuro vrM worn and e,liv.vd Uio - ien 4n relh ait. OKI. J But IxttTS Ul9 Historic Vermont Monument. Bonuments were erected In 1799 M Mrs. Johnson and her fellow prisoner, Mr. Labarree, to commemorate th dreadful march with the Indians Iron! Charlestown, N. H., over to th JOttcr creek, then to Lake ChamplaU find Canada. The details of that marc pre dramatic. Midway between daybreak and sun rise August 30, 1754. Lieutenant John-on-, wife and four small children, wltl Other prisoners, were captured an forced on the march. Captain Strav pursued the Indians across the Con necticut and fought with them ncaf the General Lewis Morris place ii Bpringfleld, but did not release the cap Wyes. They were twenty days li reaching St Francis, Canada, wher jtbey remained as captives three years ITHE BIRTHPLACE OF J0HNS0R -- (This Historic and Crude Old Bulldlnj Is Still Standing In Raleigh, N. C. (day. Raleigh, N. C This old and slmpli building, erected sometime during tht latter part of the eighteenth century till stands in Raleigh, a historic building, attracting the Interest d strangers, and held sacred in tht (hearts of Americans. Within Its rougr land crude walls, in 1808, the eyes a, (Andrew Johnson first saw the light ol Looking today upon the slmpllcltj are reminded o! St this structure, wesheltered. Plain. whom It once ven homely, yet so staunch as tc "withstand the shocks of storm in sum-one-r and winter through all these qrean, even as he withstood the Jibes and sneers of his enemies during the istrenuous period In uhlch he held the 'helm of the ship of state. Hampered with the illiteracy, com. non with those of humbler origin at that time, even unable to sign his same until after ripe manhood; yet, .H ' I BresWcnt ot .tine defunct iTedlral Bank, to it'he offoat that alio had reason to buUjvo $442,000 eilstcd in soimjNuvr Yank or Now Jemiy JxuHk, I went to St. Louis. I found hor so ill that I hod trouble go'JtAng hor yhjirfoinn to V-t ino flea tow. id tho attorney, "Mrs. Ilaiiiton," has igivt-- mo two sets of Ircyewfoicli eihe says Rothschild eavo to bur ,ust Senbefore Tig wont to asrva his to tence, "Wiltli tho injunotjon aw guard thorn until hd csvniq out. "Syst'ana.toi waroh is in progress und r tho ausphxss of thu i tanking dMPtantnmmts of Now "iouk and Niw Jorsoy, pddod by Ulatirlct Attorney Whutman, and roe haw great "Wo ftod that no sttp3 hao been taken to probato any ill mado ' hv David Itothfichlld." made ,by (Mrs-- Bat- n tho ten to Uio aittonwy the mid Rol'h-aahi- ld Ki&d to bur whon ehu went to uhe Qirisan to visit Wm: "Donlt wonry; jNThcu I out wo, wiill oo all rlghj, Sutolc to" mo." Mr. Glazo addled that he galnodHiio iC'foraniitioin 1ihat Ralltscliild diicslJrcan tho olfMnts of tfltUnig too much chooa.. Ha wdfo took hJin a largu choe and ho procjodod to gorge hlmwelf with it, tho attack Uiat killod hini rilt-ing- . exrK-ta'Jo( Htat-fmei- hod ib:on clCjcii sued- Air Glasw wtnt at ono to Ms luooiK', Six-- t No. COG Went Orno Hundml tuid ntrcot, whoro We jwlfo is wri-ousnh etaUsnowt 111. iHo ade fiOa Dont. 1 whon nskqd about Ms trip: Doa emit tho wild demonstratelqsrwm from Mrs. tions ol temper, tho screaming and "Actoie upon ft huskicking whlck one sometimes, in fact, Eueens C, Batten, whoso first witnesses in tho little ono. band was tho bio Dajrjd Itotlisciliild, 'too oft ty -- convenes second month H- - Williams? Mayor; r?0.!."011- -nC1 T. Clerk r S. K. Cox. Treats J A Dreadful Wound We tend FREE a bottle Germinal, a quick relief nard. .W. J. Bean, W. Moor? ' Pen From a knifo, gun, iia can, E Ellis,' E. P. TOf-.Wnail, reworks, or. of amy alher na- for lung trouble, cough, pain in chest, and that wSco Trustees-- J. S. Glenn, chairman; run down feeling. ( Mention thii ppej.) ture, (lomanids pronqit (jiyaaitoienl witlh prevent OHIO MEDICAL COMPANY Uticklun'6 Arnica Salve t . RELIGIOUS SERVICES. COLUMBUS, OHIO tliy Boa 95 bloxsd ivofcioin or gangTwrfG. dts M. E. Church South-Servi- ces monrintr qtilclfjost, Kurwst luoalw for ull eucli ar.d evenlntr every third day in each month. first an1 School SunSunday wounds as also far Burns,, Qsila.Soroj, CliaiKMl Sliln Knuiiitlons, Kczama, Hands, Corns or Plies. 2oc at all a- - m- - pVer meeting:" jn druggists. l nesday evening. Rev. W. iruSr. JIako a note now to gxit Elyls Or an sSday'a? i,hc!irServ,c,C8 p. every fourth Balm if you are iroubkkl wfi'Ji naaal paster.30 P- - '"' Elder .'S.WriBhl . W wl""f ""V DtTTrDilC .KI,i..5:h..rcn-Serv- ,:c "rst 7 p.yrle head. It 19 llUrlf)Ull!g and Celebrated or style, perfect fit, simplicity nd IauChdarsncoho,a8kU FOathlllSI -- d e to tho Ktuoth-( SWd5a?"Lnln,ih?Uhs'St,,.'SS m.abruno Can.d., or by mall direct. More sold than SECRET SOCIETIES. tile is modio lp OVor- any ,h make. Send lor free caulocue, conrathc tllemase, auot to fool tlvn pa- -' mccal l'S magazine Hartford Lodge No. 675. P. & a. m More subscribers than any othel fashion meets first and third Monday tienit ly a eliont, dcvitlva ivllof. In fn3fzlnwinllllnn a mntilh fnv.Itiali). T - each month. Owen Hunter, W. ft.. U TlKro lis no copatoe nor morcuny in h est styles, patterns, dressmaklae, millinery, P. Foreman Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. U0, R. A. M plain setting:, fancy needlework, halrdresslng, i It, Do not 1)3 tallcyid Into (nkiaig a t etiquette, pood ttorlei, etc Only SO cents a meets every third Saturday night In year (worth double), Including- a tree pattern. BaJm. substltuito !for Ely's Crsam Subscribe today, or send for sample copy, -( vats aiwwriiciy buju. jjisu a sui'uij' Ail drugedsfts sell tt. Pinlco 50c Mail- WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS Hartford Chapter No. 81. O. E S Qom-lan- y P03"4. box Jn Uie Lincoln Trust to Agents. Postsl brings premium catalogue ed iby Ely Bros., 50 Waiwon Stoaet, etSM?C03d anV,mh Monday oven'! and new cash prize offers. Address ihad been jiarched a Bhort Umo New Anderson, W. M. Miss York. Secretary. IBS McCAIX CO. S3 to 2 W. 37lh St. NEW YOBK thai', bofara 'ho wtinit to St. Louis mid Lodge Knights of PvthS? RiVfr. every Tuesday found in it yxcopt na'ihuns Had n nieht. . &as.pan' c Rqtlischlld an jimjmont botiWio?a of Hartford' Tent No. 89, K. O. T M and a man namod Wood tegiwcrjing rneeta every first and third Thursday night R. D Walker. Commander; the P.res Umc of tho FoJoitU Bonk, h oreman, Record Keeper, . P. Sunshine Hive No. . L. O. T. M Operation Thought Inevitable . They demoralize both parent and child. They aeed never bo if the very first demonstration Is controlled and checked. Mothers and fathers, don't forget that in nine cases out of ten, if you have a spoiled, disagreeable child to deal with it is your fault. Begin as soon as tho babies are born to train them in the right way, and they will grow up happy, healthy and wise. Exckamge. CtretiH Cswt T. F. BtrWi, Bon D. Mnffo. Attntyi W. P. MMMrf, I Fe-ll- x, Jailer) S. O. Bamu, CJwKj Mtm RdW M One Mtttir Cemmlaleniir; H. T. Otllna, ItelMWPM ,1Htlle, TruatM Jury FuM T. M Hlaelf, bmW oud l10tec' lit, Hartford Dutle-- 8. O. XeW an (he flrtV wii mem. Lou Black. I'otfrt eenvenefl first Men-da- y Lraiie rotf ,lna from in February and cmtUiuee three and drhrs Ci Weeks; third knnly In April, two weha h'.v iy ii Colit in the M L Jw Jaf second Mofiday in June, Uiree weeks,' lli:id Quickly. third Monday in Oeteber two week. the Kciia of HAY K. Wedd4i, Jddei County Coart.-- K. Twte nml Siiwll. Full tAu 00 cts.. atDrua ait or by mail. In liquid formt 75 cents. VT. S. Tlneley, Olerk, C. . Smith, Atfirst Ely Brothers, GO Worren Street, New York. torney, HartfArd. Court Monday in eaeh monh. Quarterly Quarterly Cetirt Begins on the fourth Monday In February, May, August and November. Court of Claims Convenes first TuesIHI jEV iaB day in January and first Tuesday in . October. Other County Officers C. S. MonSey, -. Surveyor, Fordavllle, Ky., R. K. No. 2 Uernard FeHx .ABeeeaor, HartLeach, ford, Ky., It. F. D. No. 2; Henry Superintendent, Dr. A. Ii. Hartford; lllley, Coroner, Hartford. INTERNATIONAL 3buitTS. JUSTICES B. B. CliamberJaln. Hartford. Tuesday after 3rd Monday in Uaroh, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after THE MERJUAM WEBSTER? 3rd Monday in December. O. E. Scott. Cromwell. Wednesday aftn 3rd Monday in March, Wednesday after it la a KEW CREA- 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after TION, coreriuc everr 3rd Monday in September, Wednesday field of the world's thought, aiier ru juonuay m uecemuer. action and culture. Tho only John II. Miles. Itocknort. 1'rklnv nftnr sevr tinabrfdged dictionary m 3rd AIonilAV In Afnrrli. Trlrlav nft&p manyye!. ara aionuay in June, Friday after 3rd Monday In September, Friday after 3rd defines over 400,000 Monday In December. Scame 1WordHi more than ever J. C. JuckBon, Ccntertown, Saturday before- - appeared between two after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday af covers. 4700 Pages. Oooo ter 3rd Holiday in Juno, Saturday after , 3rd Monday in September, Saturday after 3rd Monday in December. e only dictionary Reeaaae Tii" 00" itenrrow, Tuseday after . with tho now divided Jnd Monday in February, Tuesday after 2nd Monday in May, Tuesday after 3rd tm page JL "Btroko of aenius." Monday In AuBust; Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November. ia nn encyclopedia la BecaMC Thomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday after the second Mouday in February, ,s aceepted by the Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May! ReeMte Jt Wednesday after 3rd Monday in August! Courts, Schools and Wednesday after 2nd Monday in Novem; Press aa tho one supremo nY,?,niea' Fr5sviIIe, Thursday after 3 rVrastK fl0 who knows Wina after Elf's Dm Biln wm FEVER r. Jti Otto aer C. Martin . Attorney at Law Re-ato'- O'i r a4 HARTFORD, KIT. hta proleMtoa tft tW Will puotk dtaltag and CrtaaiMU Pntottm CM. BiRNiTr a Ooniwal Specialty." 0. K. Sttwa M Attokneys iarnett 4 smith, at Lat, KY. HARTFORD, WebsterS New Dictionary lag. Will praetiee their profeeafen in all th eotirta of Onto and adjoining eet .. tlea and Court of Appeals. Sp- - h1 given to all busine e..i.ruate to their care. Collections ar.u the Praetiee of Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties. Office in Republican luMS, fr":? Attorney at Law, HARTF6RD, FRANK L.FELIX, - KY. Will practice his profession In Ohle and adjoining; counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty. Office ln the Her-t- J . aid building. ' ' Attorney at Law Bank. TANCYL.MOSLEY, you about thia new work. Success. Let ua tU HW'te!" irxrr..'".."' "uraay 5rt x'r,"' " C". f ' " ,uuer, Mo,.t".PaltS?,..Rolph PMay after V !n' ay HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession ln all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and after tary ln the' Court of Appeals. Also No Public. Office over First National after 2nd 2nd W1TTK tot tyutmn f saw dlvldad put. C.ftCMERRUMCO..raUHkn.Sitatfid.llaM. Mwttoi tWiypg.iwrEE a t ttfttXtlmtft. I &y. .? ,F!?.ruy.. Friday after da?i1nNAoUv!rrfbter.Prlday Ufter 2nd Mon" JOHtf B. WILSON CIUS.M. CROVfB HAItTFOIlD POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe, Judge; G. B. Llkens.CIty Attorney; Sam ltilnv. Mhi. r!2 WILSON & CROWE CONSUMPTION'S LAWYERS HARTFORD, - KY. k 1 ."Will practice their profession la all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining court ties, and in the Court of Appeals. Special' attention given to criminal practice and to collections. Offloa oig Main St., opposite Court House. . pft S2Sf SSSssJsl jf - J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. All Matters Given Prompt Attention. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A SPECIALTY. OTTO C. MAIITIN S. P. McKENNE? tt iHi MJKUPIUir-kUC'if-a,.,- it ttatHs - Ohio County K & Sh1 Martin & McKeiey Hartford, Ky. Xo-J1- b-.- r: 3 FonrLi, Tex. In a lottctr from tills Place. Mary Kilman, aai's: "I was confined o my bod for tlirco mootih3, with, (womnmly troubles and during agony. thle tlmo GUfforod untold The doctor naid on operation was I tried Oardui. iNow I am woll, and ablo to do a great pant of my work." Thousands of iladlos lravo testified to the benefit obtained from Cordul, the woman's tonic. It prevents unnecessary (womanly italnsand builds up womanly strength. It is a Toy It true tonic. It will help r..:u: business Duiiaii ra The Hartford Republican General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK r. . Bureau g&rgjys!w?j3& SSSSTlSeierf- SESi? o. IS your business sick? Do you think you should have more trade? Is there anything worrying you in connection with the growth of your business? Carpenters local No. 1881, 'ltSaturd,ay nlKht ln eac" month Preai w-- D-- Luce. Treas Lodge No. 33B, I. O. O. P., second and fourth Friday nightmeets catI.mrret7seRreHaerd;.,Ck Nb,e GranS ie T and Joiners ffl ".& and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. WE HAVE THE REMEDY the services locally of the greatest retail and bank advertising expert in this country, Dundas Henderson, and now put his services at your disposal free of all cost and without condition of any kind. Write out an account of your We have retained jau. (Jou B-- D "I v. 0 ihad 4eoatnoiublodwith coruftlipa- - for two 'jxtus and tried all uf tho ibodt ipfoy! clans in Brlatol, Tonn., (: aind iiuj-- could do notluiJig for nvj,'' j whole business troubles, freely and frankly and send them to this office. We will pass the letter on to Mr. Henderson and you will receive from him in a few days a solution of your difficulties the same kind of solution that has made success for thosands in the same positions as yourself. of advertising will make a difference in your business. Possibly a certain kind of advertising folder that has brought success to others is what you need. A particular method of dow dressing may be what will' bring you the success you laek. Special salesmanship Ohio Tribe No. 188, Imp. Order Red H.e,?,..imBtf Beco"d nl fourth In each month. James C. Ben m- Pate' C1,lef of Records? Hartford Camp, W, O. W. No 202 Con v! C0mVaaiacer' Thomas Williams; Clerk, Preston Morton Post No. 4, Q. A. R., HIdtUMar ,meet,lncs Sturdiiy befowd each month. Ash-forMills. Commander; J. M, Rogers, " Electric Bitters In neryoue proetratioa and female .wealcneeeee they are the supreme renwdy, as thousands have testified. occeed when everything else falle. t-- , A. S. or E. Ky- - National Officers: dlfnarpeousr-iTn,rd!",Urer-- Is , Historic Memorial. with the grim determination of his Tace, he surmounted all obstacles, till lie stood upon the hlgbest point to 'Which the American, politically speaking, can obtain. IRL ORDERS BABY wjUiib Thos. B. Wllllo(in;s,M4ddlo3boro, It may be that a new style Ky, "Two najckagniB of Chamibdrtaln's Stomach and Llvor Toibld'JS ourodimw." an For Kilo IUy all drugits. EDWARDS SCHOOLHOUSE. iFaranoTS In IhJs footlon are A'ory bumy gothorlng corn. day. Uilrd JiuTiCiDg has takwi tho Mr. Asuiinoy Thompson, of Lou Is. vl Ho, SISTER LHtU Tot Calls at Doctor's Office and. Mr. Gartua PorttT, of Cental own, and 8ays It Is to Be Sent ImmHjvwriil Hartford pooplo haw bWu In ediatelyTells Mother. .thJfl aUni Wr1 hunting Black? d WInsled, Conn. Amy Bull, . daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bird ihaimtorB Ktand a joor show in Harry C. Bull of Center street, called tlhlu oauiujy, for moit nil of tho land at the office of Dr. D. D. Reldy oa mm street and inquired if the doctor is qmltod. On Ja-i- t WodmieMlay t3u Infant eoa was home. She Was Informed that he was not and asked if there was any of Mr and Mrs. ttluian McIXuiel word she wanted to leave for the at hds Iwuw In WilUUuns MIbvw oud doctor. was bnouRlit heni Thursday for bur-la- l. "I want to leave an order," the. child replied. "Tell ihe doctor to Tho fmcoral ct bring me a baby sister at once. They jikicj Baiujiday It. T. IhUou took B;ri:oo rjt BJjIh1 irnt nnn In thn noTt linnso pnrl w wtlCa was comIimM S want one. You wont forget to tell, by llv. Crowe, iwii.r of thia atarek. tbe doctor, will youT" AoAiirAll ihat thn Anrftnr wnnlj f ' aftxv Mhftllnh iAMt ljnuu.1nA lu.cj luttl t ker order, little Mlsa Bull continued livM in tube VUk-J- . cuRKKury. ' ea Uer way to High itreat to viait utiV) &m nctoiMiaton U aWl oa friesda. Upon tier return bene Any inform ed her mother UMt ake k4 .' ,xu T4W "wnwrr, o ywm imi tewed at the dootor'a 1b vWtistf at Hr. ,W. J. Duk, tMs "I left as order ter a. UJj after.' three-yeoroldl-a- pouring into your money draper is possible. Your competitors may be worrying you and you may want a knowledge of the latest method of fighting them. You mav need help in getting in your bad debts a few hints can be given that have materially helped others out of tro-bl- e. Some scheme of a novel kind that will bring the money victi&snoN0rw tt kump' kk STOMACH TROUBLE the beet medicine ever Mil over a druggist's counter. In" WoJ-nod-ia- y. State Officers: If H' Froman, Carroll county, Pres. Pr,esIJen5rrett "enderson county Vice T8eaB' IlobrtBon' McLean county, Warran county, State H T' MWMMIIMMIUKsssH ! ii:,nS;v,lTti Irenry unty. SPECIAL OFFER: county, Assistant sUta VJtftS to WNi X orEanlzera." AtrUwHII .SMMrMewMfauuMstNsieBMr. W Board of Directors. Ben Wataon, War- V ren eeuntyt C. M. Barnett; Ohio counPrtoCtlteQw ty; A. H. Brooks, Braeken county; It. K. il ?y., Hartiln county, and J. F. Doss, MuhlenvrK county, I Wrii Ohio County Officers: Mtmthn tht Prnptr. I 8. U wevens, Pres., Beaver Dam.Ky. Henry Plrtle. Sec. Hartford. Ky. V, Ford, Treas.. Hartford. Ky. I J SEND 10 CENTS t- SEEDS H lhm I tSisii pwsffltttaap8 tf-tlm-y; that has How to conduct a special sale, or sales, may possibly by the made sucessin similiar circumstances may be indicated in shortest way out of your your business. But whatever it is, send the fullest particulars of your troubles to this department and let Dundas Henderson help you FREE COUNTY BOARD OF BDUCATION. Henry Leach. Chairman. Hartferd.Ky. 1. U B. Tiohenor, Hartford, K. P. D. No, D. MdiMibjMiujiiMiursfl kpert. Ky. This costs you nothing and, way help you to make a tin fitnne Write today -- m SfUfMOt Further particulars of our offer may be obtained on application to this office. All communications absolutely confidential address .j THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Bisilliic , ' ,J . ,u afearemw. Sstnltrw?t rv?&:!'HndJ i44$tUJfr rF ?tpAit msftoar . rosmQNsWlINTIFUL - V I mh -- 'MCA, . . QtCAF. - jjBOAfiih) 'V wf Eartford, lenhicky. a?i '&Z - mZ&m" ii For Sale KJ aTrtc. bow iM obtainCOUNTRIES. miuaJI , la ALL ixtotiM, inula marrisass, BmHt TIPS ARE GIVEN FOR THE HUNTERS To SOME RIGHT s TO IE ANGRY .AACuaCSAHODKrCNDKD "4matL orphoto. for oipart mrr wl frw nwrt. I Real Estate! 60 Acres of the finest Rough rlvw bottom land looated three miles west of Hartford. About 20 acres la cultivation. Good dwelling and out buildings. A bargain for $1,280. rsrelBner-Action That Wat a Knockout Blow to New Yorker's Idea of Courtesy. Strong Healthy Women If a woman Si strong and healthy fn a womanly way, moth, erhood means to her but little suffering. The trouble lies in the fact that the many women suffer from weakness and disease of the distinctly feminine orifanism and are unfitted for motherhood. This can be remedied. Srrl ilk H aiMngton laves lhnl, Insure Safety Season. of Their TllttMkm,rtMMHilriMOaH,l WUNIMTOn, D. C. Prttfit m4 Writ or anM to us a lfit(mt netta EcIuiIh1t. Lives During Hutting lUiAi OVEH S YEARS' CXPCRIENCC IjAjaTE Tradc Marks CASsvsiiAarra A M vmnnay skeleh Mid description mar iwmhii,ii v,.r upiuiun irn wnenier an qiiicmr Inrentlon MtrosHlrMtcmiaMa, 'omnnnleib 110114 rtflroMMenirL RIMMM nnlAiti(fl lent free. OMMt Mencr fwtArleMtntt. iT TV. i "?"? vo hv . I" AnyoV We hare 460 cres of floe bottom land from one and a half to two mites of Hartford, part of it with timber. Also about 75 acres ot up. lead belonging to the same traet Terms easy. ' A new one and one-ha- lf storf trame building with five rooms and large recptleonheJl, built out of the beet selected material. Situated on' Clay and Fcedrlca utreets, Hartford, Kjr. Lot 60x205 feet Fine well of soft water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. Slne U19 gUMrlBg ftwon opanteda niMnlwr of fai'itl aexwdKjH'jS toa-vTha toMowing W n fieiwcoim-nu- n iii:o rul)j8 fur amaMins to fallow: "Always ko rp tlio gun iiulntud fnom rouwf and qwr iwrjor-B.'- ' '"Clawy a gun wVh the end. pa!nitel or olUnar unward, tawand tlio 3ky, downward, tflward lh gpround. Njv-e- r awop ithe horlaon with it. "In gottlng over loss or Conccs, s that tho gun g f irtrt. put dvr and In a HOlld jwaltlon, wliwro It will not toll. Thon. go (to another pkco to climb ovt and pick up Uhe txi,pon with tjw tzwd pointing mhem It should al-w- aj The maddest man on a Mount Ver. York car the other evening Was a polite man. Thnrn wn flm nanat Sunday night crowd waiting on the, curb for an opportunity to get to' the subway at One Hundred and 8ev Btreot, and only the lucky ones got seats. The aisle was .filled with standees before the car started! I for New York. Only one man of sturdy build and foreign extraction was clumsily hold-- ! lag a baby In bis arms. Beside him was his wife, also a straphanger. The I pome man observed them, thought It was tough luck to have to Btand with a chubby youngster In one's arms, all the way to tho city, and offered his own seat to tbe tired couple. Tbe sturdy young man of foreign extraction aaceptod tho courtesy with a murmur of thanks. Ho gave a sigh oi relief as he sank Into the vacant seat. Then he banded the baby up to his mother to hold, which she did the rest of the way. New York Times. nen-Neeaty-sevent- h Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription ooacerned in motherhood, ranking them ucHuay, strong, vigorous! virile and elastic. "Favorite Prescription" banishes tho Indispositions of the period of expectancy and makes baby's advent easy and almost painless. It Quickens and vitalizes the femlninn organs, and insures a healthy and robust baby. Thousands of women harts testified to its marvelous merits. Makes Weak Women Stronx. It Makes Sick Women Welt. HonestdruiUistt do not offer substitutes, and urtfe them upon you as "Just ns ood. Accept no secret nostrum In place of this remedy. It contains not a drop of alcohol and not n grain of or Injurious drugs. Is a pure glyecrio extract of healing, native American roots. It acta directly on the delicate and important organs Cures the weaknesses and disorders of women. 1" non-secr- habit-formin- g GILLESPIE BROS J W. H. & HAVE YOUR SUITS J. F. GILLESPIE Cleaned Scientific flttKrican. A Baeatomelf IHaatrat4 weekly. Laraeat r. eolation of any solmtiae journal. Terms. S3 a 72r.fouriBOtli,L Sold ty all newsdealers. lip 0e. Writ, Co."'r. rM New York Wuhlif ton. ft a . Subscribe fer The Republican $1.00 per year. r nine room two story dwelling Centertown, Ky., hag good cistern, good cellar, never falling well of water, good stable and other out buildings, one acre lot of ground. A uplendld location for faintly residence and hotel. Price and terms reason able. Apply to HARNETT & FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Ky. Good In b5. POSITIONS GUARANTEED for our graduates. As soon as we the required number of students this otter will beset withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. GUARANTEE position lr need WE will us real soon. Weyou a many more you at once to supply the enormous demand fE OBO. VT. ratiioirAX. SCHWARTZ BUSINESS COLLEGE i.(xmrovTEf STABLingr 1804 IjOUTSVIfclVE, KY, "Jtover pull or draw a gun toward In JTOursolt Ijj th-- muzzle, wagxma, boats, or cr tfonocs, lags, olio, "Do not load the sun until niter leaving iMiie horus3,and draw duo toads (or romoTO the caps. It a muzylt) loader and watch that no prsreuesrion Is Joft on fche tube) as soon no 'lotivlos Um hunting grounds, l "Novct koap the lKxwtod gun around tho housD or tiemit, and do nrit l.nvio a loadad wi oipon iwhone it anay ita lanocl Vid down by dogs or ohlckenisu "Do irtqt carry .tha gun cocl&5d wiwn alOTl for (iba Bamo to , rise. "Do oat shoot Ini'o moving buah- or in "the dirvotlan of a nuislj wlhuut balng sur tho dusfr d igamo Js iflwiu and &3 ling .it Tlw for a3rtalniy', moi,iamjnit ar nalso may bi causwd by same person ctf by dumoSMicoilod sUoek. "Wa'Vdi Uhie muzzitj of ;ho eum, hal no mud, aaow or riUi-- r rntu'wtfial Mils It, and do not load ns wdth white or n.Uro powder an with b'aok osp-aclall- When your fsot nno wut and cold, hnd and ycur body chilljd through bfg fchrough from uxncsutie, take a dose of Chamberlain's Cough Romody, In hat waiter boifaiM balhe jour going to bad, and you ano rn'imot certain to ward aff n wvonj aoiVl. For m solo by all druggilsits. Proprietors i Pressed 8 -1 LACKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK a cold is gorftoa rdd of tho ks3 Che danger from pmiumonl; and a'Juir serious Jlr. B. W. h. Hall, of Wiavorly, Va, Bays: Ohambonkuln's "I flranly belkeJ Cough Romjdy to be obsolutwly th beat pr lpara.'Mon on thm markjt for colds, I hao recomrm-ond It to my XnLends and th--y all asr wJth mo." m For sale by all druggists. The quloloer ilis-.a-v- Horseshoeing a Specialty. C Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. GIiHj, 1. . A. BLDO., Backbee's "Full ot Life" Northern Grown Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of 38 years ot successful seed growing behind them. It pays ta plant the best. Seasonable Specialties Refugee Extra Early .. New btringless Green Pod . Ward well's Imp. Kidney Wax Davis New White Wax . . Curric's Rust Proof Wax . SEEDS BflANS . . PEAS Hartford, - Ky. I HARTFORD, KY. l powderr. ? Earliest Red Valentine y9VHB yLzvr WAHTED-- A . sample Latest Model i furnished by us. Ourantse' for lull farticulart ami eecial offer at once. aM MONEY ' HKQUIKUU until you receive and approve of your bicycle. VvTihl e to in the U. b miihmt a cent detent in advance, tretay JreieM, an allow TUN DAYS' FIIKE TIUAL duilm winch time :you may&Uv KIm.i.1. . put it to any test you wish. If you are then not perfectly satisfied orldo not wish t keep the bicycle ship it back to us at our expense and rem will not to out one cent. we furnish riftTflRV BBIftre at one small the highest trade bicvcles it Is cossibls to male profit above actual factory cost. You save Is, nsya.v to Sis middlemen's profits by buyinir direct of us and have toe manufacturer's mail ontee behind your 'bicycle.- 10 Hor UUV a bicycle or a pair of tires from anynft u.i.i. rw, ibhicuv cadioicucs ma learn our unneara ot jacur " '"v frictt and' remarkatU sficuil effirt to,lcn rider agents. 'oa receive our beautiful catalocnean YflH WILL IE ATflMKUri sJOIURWRCB study our superb models at the wendtrfmt, lr.viricu we can male you this year. Wc sell the hiehest grade bicycles for less nione We are KitltAM with 4. m nmAt than any other factory. f..nn. m HiCYCL.1! UKAI.KttS. Vntl Tan Cll mir llfrvrU. Mn.r vn.tv nun. .im. BH our Drices. Orders fi led the ri.iv rtrtvA. iaaaT J H IIIB DDUD1C oECOMDllANU BIOYCLKS. We do net remlarlr handle second hand hteveles. U vLHtfl ' nsuallr have, a number on hand taken In trade by our Clucaeo retail stores. These we clear in nramntlv at nncei ranmnir frnm A3 in HH nr Mlfl. n..Tnrl himln u... ..l1 tw ,M7."'yJ" iwivnii J"J "Knnecl-'liicTc- RIDER AGENT" and ..t district. le EACHT0WI exhibit u. ... !.. "Do not sSart a tire In the woods without first providing against its spn- adimgjamd do not luan-it taming umij- - tuny oircumstnacca. "Do Timi iwwund amo and lave It to sultj ir and die of its tniunicli Bd'Aur, to spoiui oin hour B.iaJicihlnff tor a win&jd ibind than ito lot It nomain and autfir for a day or fiwo bctfano n Jl3Vitri. by a mtfnalful dixAh. "Do not shaoit proiiecfed birds or andmals. iT'hcre Is a reason, for tbiam. Find wihat it ts, and YiOiu wlJ asne that Uw law is emur-U'- y pro-tocM- jig Bushel Bushel Bushel Bushel Lettuce, Radish. Tomato and a full line ot Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. Send for complete catalogue or submit a list, of your requirements and will quote price. Buy direct from the grower Save Money. Write today. Mention this paper. $3.50 New Early Gradus J5.50 Horstord's Market Garden . Jj so BucLbee's Lightning Express J5 00 Extra Early Alaska ... .... $j 50 Bushel $3.35 Bushel Si 70 Bushel U 50 Bushel U .75 Bushel ft 50 Bushel HEFLIN & CO., -- First Class Liveryman Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, H. W. BUCKBEE UCtlBaclbeeSI., Rortford Seed Psms. Rackford. .COASTER-BRAKE- S, The rervlar retail trtee ot these tires is ter tatr. but to inhoditce tie will zuiyoHasampUpairtorffJiuvasnvuitturiurifM). IX-iO 8 Q 0 HEDfiETHORN CI t-UBll S&vJ'Avta' PUMCTIRE-PROO- F cuttirvot in glvitg Ihcim a pro-joi- vo retalnM s or. on." me SAMPIE TIDEC A INTRODUCE, PAIR TO iMtfSH MU Mm H . . OHtr Wi iKUfl ii After jou aku Dr. King's N iwlJfo hIipjui Rills, and you'.l quxltly oajoy ri jOJtlon . TV.sii la ( Vl i I . it n .t lt!?SJiack or Glass tcIU not lot the itlr out Sixty thousand pairs sold last year. Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use. I HQIETROIBLE FROM PHNCTtJRES I If andrnsvridlncr.vendur&bleandlinedlnzidewiih a special quality of rubber, vt liich never becomes porous ana which closes up small punctures wunom aiiow. m a wnfn tnK the air to escape. We have hundreds oMetters from satis- - 111 and DOMtuV2tr"n -BacustomcrssUtingthatthelrtireshaveonlybeenpumped rfA Vtr& "II .n-P- a J9X ?! th" aSordlnarytirehepuncturere.isUuKqualftie UrS'VSl Vu'tU."'""? otte uy jvcr- -i myeia ui i...u, r make SOFT. KhASTlO .a..v- - ... HASY K1DING. dav letter Is received. We shin C O. D. o .approval. You do not pay a cent until you hae examined and found them strictly as representee We IU allow a cash llscount of 5 per cent (thereby making the price 84.SS per pair) if yo send FULL. CASH WITH OIIDKK and enclose this advertisement. You run no risk I xending us an order as the tires may be returned at OUIt expense if for any reason they ar not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as in bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run faste-webetter, last longer and look finer than any tire jou have ever used or seen at any price. W know that you will be so well pteased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order we want you to send us a trial oraer at once, nence mis remarkamc urc oner, oon'l ouynnvKinaaiany price unm yousena lorapairi wnmm Mfjr-stires on approval and trial 1 BSriSLO Ilcdgetborn runcture-Proo- f TWM Sundry the special introductory price quoted above: or write for our big Tire andonces. Catalogue whit a. .rtMfll1 mii'M ami vlndflof tires nt about half the usual .feeHM -. . . mmwmfr but write us a postal iKjimuouicyi; au -- . H.w.... I or a pair of tires fromtouay. until you know .B..VTVW.wonderfl WW Ml anyone the V we arc making. It only costs a postal to learn everything. hu.iilui new and r Write it NOW. offers StCmaiHRTiaii Made In all sizes. It U lively wiajjrisan"r'jjipjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj bowiU and tniiiar. mv energy to th wholii pja ify thjm. Oaly 25c at ' e. i.i aind M j !.... lr nttU rn V0Crf w-- -- Hit :".., wnui ..lr 1 L. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO. KILLthc and CURE the LUNGS promptly obtained In nd TRADE-MAnK- S omUji TATCNTS allcouuuiis,oriio too. THAT PAVt adrenuo them Uioroiujiiijr, at our I cough men 01 to Arguments employed women should educate deal aro being men nowadays. Many women exert influence on girls and make them do more studying. Others contend women teachers have moro refining influence. "I am tired," said ono man, "of tho con goverwomen demand nesses for girls. I am convinced govnarrowing Influenco bavo men on girls, whereas broadening mental influenco. have majority of studies may Is moro effectively by men be 'and moro logminds women may bavo Is ical. moro sympathy of children tho men, tho man's mind, being broader, has more lasting influence." Pittsburg Dispatch. well-traine- d Y Y a Y Y as whether to be Y girls' heard a great think Y a greater teachers Y a Y as for stnnt Y a ernesses Y a Y It true the taught Y are that their true It greater tact, than Y training but in aY thrjy nugulaitio anish and linu upptxo nil In..' 3. Y Y YYXYYYYyYYYYYYYYYY 5f aonouh, 1 IjtluJi uyiJ tvor. cm. SEND YOUR BOY TO diiug-g- 'a m MATHENEY & BATTS Vanderbilt Training School LKTON, KY. Faculty Our patronage has of col men. come from several Southern States. Twenty-fou- r different towns in Western Kentucky represented this year. Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Hot and Cold A limited select school for boys. I ego-traine- FOR BOYS H H H H H H d Dr. King's New Discovery w -- TfKtf BOtse ft WOLDS AMI ALL THROAT AND LUNSTROUBLES. HlK . ....-..rywi-- . " 8C5&.S100.- - PRICE xpeiisu, autlTielp you to 1miccim& Send ipodeL pliota or sketch for FREE report on pstnUibUitr, vt years' practice, niin. For f re Uuldo I PASSING RIFEFIENCCS. iviok on ITofltuulo 1'jti nts wilte to C03-80- S i I I I Streets Used as Race Course. Ky., Nov-tu- b r 1S. T4io stciuJ tldo of Jolt' wsonitown. va3sirr-- d w'con M. U.Ktumn to Iti tipihs Owiini), (laugh, Known 'iiot Mutu lxiul of L.ulkM' Owlns, IUipxosura'tlvo .n tho Lugialatun tiom Jo?f avono.un ty, nnd Miss Ellzab nih Wtnisodaugh-(j- r of Mm. Mary Wlosur, wura flnud $9 'each and had to piy court coals 4jt indutektg lm a barer raca yua'ijr-day Sovonth WASHINGTON, StrC. D. tr 3TJARAWTKED SATISFAOXOKn OK MONEY BEFUJf VED. y- BULBS' OCKKE'S BULBS SUCCEED! ' I SPECIAL Sew Hvalaess. natsnaiiunt .ah rtaiw t hmtliloa gmrsatiHHl or your 3W refuMwi. sa aUsW OMnldWIfirW d KecP Style by Reading HcCall's Magaziae astl Using McCall Pattenw McCJT.M.t. lias will hulp yuu drees stjl MKAlLS HACAZIMi: Wily at a modaratu cJtwtiAO by kuoplng you pasind oil. lha . Ladies I Save MoBy The trls, botih of whom conio of tho taiYiuKwt ftunLtlos La blue vielnlty, nl'Juuh Lioiif:sws nujd oaid that rwy rud lnonk-baptil antow-t- Unrousjh 'tih nutta MMioug faros of thp UVJo .vlltae, finlaFhUiidn JtiCV"-sanito- 7uZSCfT2. ' mt VttHp. IHH1H4 t (wi aynftili. NTWWr i MUtfAAi T 1BK 31HM4.4 I m &wX u dm aaaaasaaassL I u BlaaaiaalMl rcJri-.a-- LT w sw j sssssssstassSssssssssMUMw SSH3Tr lR.V.IfcBM oaimniiiimm mmuiasrm. tut fno saiaple ooay. HCall rMfat wall uiaM ytjti ta waJut to ymr h nd dotliUKftir on u iMHita, wlltiyxi-ii- i yourself and ibtldB y hli will l pwfoot lu stylo aait St. P.;. couu Bond mr tap !c r C:likwiifl. ( lm rrsiirV fo Mttttui Mb- rcrluliotu aavoii 2 swr ni' a2. iif)3i Kir f: oa 1'rcial imtnaiog aad Ct4t Prii VP;t, .i.. r i,aw. In I.uesiWai'Uious clouios niMt halt W Now FiwtiioM Uwtttes lit aia lA;ic, Aita TaliMhli Inrorinat4oa ou all tiowa aud Only suiiiil rjauiTS. (tic a year Including a frca pillcru. Hub-M-i- ho pl0 and ahtck8Mi, dogH a&4 gaso tt, ted bo xoue do otftir oiiJk- conduvot. ln-- ki for Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Baths. Extremely healthful location. SliOOO.OO recently spent on improvements. NO SALOONS IN THE TOWN OR COUNTY. Moral surroundings excellent. UNEXCELLED AS A SCHOOL EOR YOUNG BOYS. Year Begins September (j, 1911 Write for catalogue. Address all communications to Nineteenth Desk "B lr Taw. MAMhal Frank Tyl&r hwted vUt or tend to do M, 'but waa'oenHiHdW uo notify (t4w youMg womoB. of Um4t conauruo blvw arn-t- l Polttie JudtjH TXwlor i ad lUfsir of Hum. jsijsjkal utul Iwy otfeaw and !Hwwd uaoli fi aad coat. ii Amity Urn hn4 oi h. gooujn- m MATHENEY & BATTS. i. sfrrssl BBUPbUUIBBS v VwaV" VkaiaaassBsa' BlssMtaJ fU HBi ftffsnlBBSBTCWf VsBssBr tVB swsBJBJsV 4 la A Bi j ssisBJP aaciAMakv iBBwBJBB tspBPlBsnBBwHsMQ Otem-bHnbtH- wnL.mnmn. Bsstpe tlwM ta mm ts.l.J-sekuj atyaipjlrt s. Wtasr BVjns, "ST" SeU i aJi itniijiniti m hXhXUhkx& PlJ.wVf fflP' 'T""''' 'y.y i'""""1 MMHtfiMMMta w! JuJc 0'Rer In anoiK?4.ilh'ij-iiolji the .pf.j'jtaSmry nh..'h to oinp'in a w t fib i,onl tuid r RoVal Baking Powder Absolutely Pure onUituinam, bttt fw tfc-- j v.vr,utvr ot .hinge h; oowM not m.v.Dlo .h.s inf Mitw CnitMiwjt thipuftih ttixfi tri Makes Home Baking Easy With minimum trouble and cost found-in-the-shop bis- cuit, cake and pastry are made fresh, clean and greatly superior to the ready-mad- e, variety, dry, food is avoided. and danger of alum RESULTS OF THEELECTION OOonUiHiird fnoin First page.) gntivanao pany fad a most tatmaj against Judge O'Rrar had Is ruportod to have given expression flo Its optpo-slU(to him in a muMieffootlvs manner. On iUw otjfwr hhnd Itoo loflncco for growors on nvtase alooount and whose benefit the Judge had offended the (jobaaco trust, nbandaiHd IiIjii to tho ibcntLdT inerc&fi bf till trust tn. tola last txtnamKA-B- , anld lwmnlWWd it and tlio liquor pojilu lo brush liilm while th'iy stood by ajnd npplaudwd In the name, uf "Mia unilty. of JudgQ The onuMl UbandaTimuiit O'ltear by iiio tobacco jjrawienj and tto fcerapymiice people ujtar he had g;anit ids huat though!! and airona'st i force tor rti3 tuaujih to urush liU very Jesuit. The tattloe af Gfovonncn wo3 iu it- - Af of sinu.il amount to him, to rebut itke failure of tlifl spond ito hla appeals in the force of Ms loyal lUva'ioii of their cause jvas lmcV.l iiuat disapo'jitiEg and itU-p- iple Palitilo'jaiis aw frequently upbraided by temiwranDo people for fdlluTW to nnd stand iby tMrnperanoe nwasuroa ana branded ns cowarda, but hqw any body of th people can expect men i publico life to'Dffendpoiw-rEullntiriesUH- i to baittl3 for (tho eblngs dn which Uhey when bvmry tatwnaawd ar.a deeply time thiey do It tfwy are abandonied by those thi y naturoilly took bo for support and Is hwyoEid' Thy people it the ear rate of goreimmjiiit they prsls'jeilWy whisky lniws, for el soaked pallUos, tons, gntflt and toilaa Undoubtedly ,tiho discord In ttiia nadocally, tosd'Jhjr parity wl;h Slue tippapentt stflldUrlty of the Democratic pan'y nnd Its earning uni".ty of purpose for Ohe future, ha1 mitoh to do with Jie result In Kentucky. Tih 3 force of Judys OTtiUfs County Unit propaganda was rudely 1870. But .pecal3 listen to tlw demngcGui sat hack by libe aeration of Che prval-djn- ,t of the Distillers. AiysocLi&lcn w Wiho taivishs agmlnat tfie policies an-dhi iad the Rxtfmblknu iiaanco canunit-t.i- e 1 m which thixa thing3 havo ja'jton uf thj danvj, and ep called RpubHoan, ppawra in Jihie 'vvlatrn wjjjhou Siaie. This notion, fcak-- ai thought of and wholly aMiia from tio jaln die g,enroJl onalausht liquor qujsrtloai, d!scounDdd Judged Milch Cow for Sale. O'Raar's candor in the public oiatima-Mo- n nnd gave for-Cto tih.3 pertilab-.niAny person desiring to purchaso a oryorinfslnDeiul.yeoirJdus'in;oiU&?i) tffi'd good milch cow would do vM to in- vociferously ua-- by itho Dxnoormtlc qulra at Tho OfKca- - tf th-dlobby-controll- ed momey-dobaunah- ed praj-ni3j3. s -or . s Had it to 11 jHujb1e tu Httid sonwniluit rve i'S InM TvidJc.il deotaratjotM of n!nciiW and imrj'aaj uiuil a fow wiks b,(fuv &- o'yaaSun ho ngfcit Kie won Sfaj rfeht U iCorfj- - tlw oiluitilon rosi5jtvid 'from tlw piBio 5roiod by WswmU'S n oafabttsnvl abuaes nl ooM4tinunGj for an ovrfnvh imlng canwl9ii fund, such m iSt had nt u!b diqiosul. It n pians to mo ItBit no nnsta i?r had more tntliula;Jc eupjjorJiers lor a nmiJnartiloii than Judge O'lttiar or n more Iwlplera. InactAvo foJ!iwlig It cMMncd iiha-- t h mtw nlniotj loft to "treat the Rl:m" Drail!iey mid n few party Iccitl- -I era lornt him s'forg aashltan?; but I Uwa-wna no appamnt Piwntaiiiiltyl among Uie llpubllcan ho'.a. (T5iLy I seunvad dzed ns if thv Jinid ijato:m In I op.!ate and wto hpparn:ly unable 10 go out and do things. They aw-nnto JWnk that, notiiJnff could be dsnoi In Hi 4r dlatntets, but hnt tjV!r5li1ng be itonu In J ntoa3snrj' to victory tin First nnd Eleventh uls'tnlotsJulcli i wans flxpeo.cd to decide tf2 cont st. Thjy were not inter?ad in plans tfl gvt out a full in r proIncits, but wonted to foUalt'3 ovoryibody cm what would happen in aljher faaits of the State. Tlw pm3il) have h.tjn prosperous lojiK and iiavo hacoinn us?d to liwlns lu suah cpoiparnitlve duxurj' that llisy j apear inmfjcrent to pouucni una gcxvernimeTHtnl nnolJol, If th,- - une not ii foot inclined to chneeo th" tryid j of gon'tfnal pr.capaniiiy. A inibiicaRton In, jlw IT'i9r.iU9 Caunl?r-JouiiiiB- d ti fow da)-kj- - slla3d iliat farm lanite and I farm piwpirityhadmor.s tlian doubled In raihiQ from 1900 to 1910. A tpulbUca" tilon iln 4i)e louisviillie Tdmes a montJu back ehowed tliait the nvemse" of wagers liad morvi than doubled Hinde thie nesumaWttn of npacie paim?nte Jn r-ftCter-wwdw.iiis-jjnHB e 1 Joet fcunj-Iku'r-h. r, I Will Be at the Store Decidedly unusual. the improved,' standard. Wunderhose it takes a pretty high standard of quality and a knowledge that the quality will outwear the antee. The obligation the manufacturer assumes when he tells you. that you are entitled, and do receive without question, new Wunder-hos- e free for any that wear into holes' within four months after purchase, is ample proof of value. No child however hard dn hosiery has any terrors for I I CENTERTOWN Mercantile Co. OF CENTERTOWN, guarantee to equal It takes more than a i( Saturday,Dec. 25 want to see all you children and grown ups, too, there. I shall look for you, and now don't you disappoint me. You "" . had better come. And YOUR FRIEND, fr" . Wunderhose. Mcnandwomen who arc annoyed by punching toes through the foot of a stocking need have no further annoyance from that source. SANTA GLAUS. One Dollar per box BARNARD- - & of four pairs. CO. Dealers PI r mmui The Greatest Aid in the World to Business jf Advertise office hours Lawyer Let the puhlic know where your office is Doctor Tell the people about your infirmary ' Architect Advertise your plans Preacher Advertise your services ' Blacksmith Advertise your work and .prices Auctioneer Let the world know how successful you cry Farmer Advertise your products Druggist What do you carry besides drugs? Jeweler Let the public know your lines Milliner Tell the women about youV Hnts ;. A FEW WORDS TO your The Dentist .,. ndvp'rriainoHave vou nlanned u Christmas and N ew Year's trade? Get busy if you haven't and make notes every day about the things, old and new, that you want to sell. Read other merchants' ads. and see how they advertise, - MR. MERCHANT vonr namnA;n ALL THE BEST HOTELS ADVERTISE. - Ne xv York, is, running page ads. in large Dailies all over the United States. of Sector's, immmm you put time and thought in it or Bomeonu to do it lor jou. You know a stove will not a hot fire in it and it is the same way with advertising; it must be with and want. S30 is tho smallest price ad. you can put in Tho Saturday Evening Post and thousands of people reminders spend that evory week for advertising so it pays. Some compares spend six thousand doljars a week for advertising surely it pays and pays well waius of what people need Ad VPftKillP PAY,UNESS DFanything unless there NOi,J: is gt Write The Hartford Republican, Hartford, Ky. For advertising rates or any information about the great system of getting business. . ' Order Locals. Put a Wanted in Next Week. Ordjer a Page Now for Your Christmas of New' Year's Trade. fr t:li- -