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The Hartford republican: December 8, 1911 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 hao1911120801_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: December 8, 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. V-- t Fine Job Work. I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY. Subscription $1 per Year No. 21 on Main Strwt, and Mr. Robert Bonnet, of Snialli.ous,has moved lnito the Jim Calloniay proper- k VOL. XXIV. that HAHTEORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., EMDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1911. wy aflt'.ir I had done eo much Una It mat'erxl not who cap'.urnd ta,y, I wai alwai3 captured back. CANNON GIVEN towu." uevHawnt In ALLEGED ARSON WWie In Chicago Cohu told Hodges Tlue Jost of my family to own me Hodges all about lii-- business, so AVss Ukulloll, TO HARTFORD Hut KXflitucky the Imnvun, -Pcaused says, admitting that he had a soldier captund sno. both of the stones to (be bramed, and And now with ycu I am. stating that Bloom had done the job I beg you'll iMnvunb my people, according to HodIn Deposition Given About for him. He said, would do anything By Ohio County Boy, Capt. 1 hope you'll treati nvj well, ges, that "Jack" For tii'Is is ths end of my story, tor hkn; .that if toe told Jack there Owensboro Fife. W.D. Bennett. It is all I have to tflL was a man la Tennessee w)io knew him who would "blow" on him, Jack Mount me on Iron In concrtite would leave Chicago, and In' a few. . In the corn.T of jour court hous; yard Flames at Morganfield Also said days ho would come back, but Chat Captured by Him 'in Phillippines So any muzzle may be tumwd, tho objciotionslble man would bo out North, South, or Duond. in 1908 Over 100 of the way,, and no one would ever to Have been Started by . know what had happened. Faat?n me firmly on my mountings, Years Old. an "Artist." Continuing, Jlodg.s claims to quote And keep me olljd and ate'k, Cohn tus follows: Andsl'll guantni'ee to .throw my shot "You remember when I wont io Cln- Clear ocros't Rough Cra.-k- , Hajntford can sxm Iboost at having j Evading Post 'Monday contained olrniaU and Cleveland to buy goods The for the store. Well, when you were a sure enough cannon mounlUid on Ithe Elevate me properly, tho iIoHowlrag: And swab mo good and clean, the Count Houae square, in foot Mva brasu Owonsboro, ICy., Doc. 4 An un- Bono I packed a large part of And I'll promise you to throw my balls expected development has occured la. stock and gave a boy money to buy cannon ha3"anrivod. THirougto Uw Onto the College Grvwn. ot of CapL W. E. DeqiKCit, a seaai'ifonal capo here In h3 form of tickets to EvansvUle. 'Tho boy had Hodge3,fannerly Insinuations to buy the tickets, then Seattle, Ya3h., an Ohio counlly boy, a deposition by E. EASTVIEW. bo of tba Ohio Valley Dry Goods pay the xco3s baggage rate on the this ltttla brass cannon, ihioli Dec. 4. Farm ms ane about Itflirough Company, in which he allegus that trunks, which he said wvre sample captured bimeielf, has iwjn feJvv;n to Qhas. Cobn, manager of the company trunks, and would got ths stuff out the city of Hartfoid. It to Ojbouit gathering ccrai, th-- jiield la bxiXur and than (they anifclpaod.' , had hired a man to sot fire-t- o tho store. Of Owensboro In that manner. Ihave thra) feet long, Is solid brass 7, forty-s'- z 33 pouatls. While It dons cases and thirteen trunks wjlghs Mr. S. R. French is ap.mding a The atone was hurned Decomhdr 1910, la a, (mysterious manner, as there' of dry goods, all of which Is worth not have the aijaranoj of being Buoh few days with frled3 and nj!alAve3 day ovarfara, jjt atoawr Dfixn and .Taylor Mines. bad iho.-- no fine in the building for between $14,000 and , $16,00. I've got a tenror tn pres-jaitdays." The insurance com panics (have It stored in warehouses In Chicago, no one would care to get In Its range 31ns. Dqb 3la:lph, of O3iqboro And been floating (the payment of ithe insur- Omaha, Council Bluffs, Soutih Omaha, wh-- n touched off. it bears niarjja of BJ1 Marti'.n, of South un'ocd, epent a ance on stock, alleging that between Lincoln, Neb,, and South Havon.Mlch. being cnudely cooatruotrd according few days last we-.in this vicinity to our madeira idjas of antiUerybut wltii friends aixd relatives and humt-In$15,00 and $18,000 worth of goodshadL Colin wired for Hodges, bo Hodge says, to come to Chicago at the Um& no doubt a fine piece of wank, and b:jan boxed up and shipped away, u Hodg.tls' depoaliMon he states the he tpld hfrai of burning the stonela.and grtat for the period in whioh It was JIr Eldar Dadson, cf No Creak, In to same maujunknown to 'blmjjut going tojd bodges that he did not want made. movd Tuesday in fthlis vicinity Hartford should b--j proud of this make his futuiH home. of Howand.Haill or him or Arthur Dinkelsnlel to be in under Bloomjwas paid by Cofbin ito sot fire to OwJusbaro when the grand Juny was famous TtMc, and more so eince K , ilrk ECWe Alartln and children the Groan River Deiparimenit Store,, in Session, as the grand Jury might wias caytiured by a fonmer r3ldat span1. Sai'unday night wiith .Mr. onji Mr owned by Cohn, in Morganfield, In get bold of them and cause trouble. of this coumity. n the eanly spring, J. E. Taylor, of Maswoli. Mr. Clinton iMlller, of Maxwollvas which Morganfield was almost de- - Cohn. told Hodges, according to pho or a-- scon as the weather permits the M1U- troyed and- $300,000 property lost; latter, Ithait he did not even want him old cannon will be mounted in the the guest of Mr. and Mw-MbCohn left QwonsboTO about ten days to stay In Kentucky, 'but said that count house yard, and there remain. er Sunday. Mr. Crowe, of Adqiburg, was lore the flneand his present where he .was going to istant a stone (with The following .authentic history and the gudat of Mr. and Mrs. "W. T. French abouts Bffie unjenewnjtihough Ihe is said the goods itfjathe had tateja Cram poom has ben written concerning ' the Onto vAl&y 'stock', and that if Sunday. by its donor, Capt. to be in Chicago. ' l to for Tne Republilcan: Mrs. -- .Many Fiioaah is on the elck Acoomddng to the talk, that Hodgea Hodges would consent to imove list claims to have had (with Cohn and tin, Ohenwunjta'fBin.Tsnnfcaseie be (Cohn) HISTOHY OF THE CANNON. Mrs. Mary Ambraie died of appenother who appqans on the Hcqoe of ac would lve Msa, .theU $r,500 that i TWa la.taka,(Moro iwwd tor Cannon) dicitis Novembur 19, in thu ame6nni4jr vamlons was Jaken(lo."by the store that be fonty tion according to statexnenlts of same of third'tyeor of her ago- - Funeralservl- aamealrst being called Mr. Jack.laf was godng to start. Flintier along Hodges' story, to a ,tbrt Milndanoa Mores was brought, to 003 wrire odonducted at BJIs Run taking 'flhe name of Hall or Howard the Islands before the Spaniards ov- ahunch Nov. 20, by Ra. Norts Ford ' Mxrml ' as and finally Ibeibg known afitMr'&anviIoas d. er oami3 by some of 4ho Mohomimiedafl Tlioomj Ihings were carried wdAhi a high! "To show you what kind of a her remains iRun low Bloom is," said Cohn, "I had n MJasionarLcs from Arabia, wiho pleach. mas laid (to meat in he Brails to cematary. In a room aver a Greek dive In Chi- -' n.umibax of those cas scf dry goodestor ud tjhe Mohammedan doctrines nadmos df Join and Mindajnoa, Mr. James Nontbera d!i9d jaago, with oniy Hodges, Ocihn and ed in a warehouse here, and t that the many y.jara before the dfacovenlusand and oompllicaillon of d4ti,?i Bloom pneaonit, Hodigas claim that tho 6Im3 dio poli.ee wtme k oping a tooliout 29 in his sixty iihird year. tiwogonioin- - tor the goods that were being stolon canqu.'fits by the Spaniards. tpry was told blm by the It had belonged to tho family of torrujrting the a her Bit initarvals, to from iiii dlDfenemt railroads. Xmxnt Drys Expect Victory. was capiJunei add a word of explanation and to bring to the 'waxohauBo one day and ea'w the p3oplo from whom it It is claimed 4or more than a huojdw Madfeoniville, Ky., Dec. 4. Inter .iit. J.uritv mil mf.iihi. rlntnils. Wjnam three pollo.anan waitching my sVuff. to! The watabmau gave ime a tip, and y"r having boon hainded dowm Crom est of ''all classes of people in Madi- was tiio main narrator according o to time from falther to oldaat aonville at the present time is Hodgws, wtho eay the a'jony told byjflnal'y I :niywod up courage enough someMmias captained and later atom. Thoy aalccd itOwwatch-iaw- i. in tho matter of whether or not, to pass iSloom was as follows: by rototivss and friends and saloons shall he returned to the dfty. tibeaacoEdldano man if my name was not Cohn, and "1 oaimo to Owensboro (ram Ever since Ithe "wets" filed a petialways rastored to (the family xi th L. H. & St- - L. train from Louis- - wjto told that it was. bait I had dds- tion for a vote to be takn, the looking wiuom it was taken. appeared whjn they stontd viUejMid of tor night went to the atore It .was taken its last time at the "dry" forces have been holding nthu- Ohlo Valtqy dry f.ocds) and p.uodd a for ma I saw Jack add bold him nandfulaf cotton Tads unidix aiboxinithat I was in trouble, but he laugbod natlvra YiHage of Lower Baaa, island alaatlc meetings, which lead. ih-J- r leaf- out- era to pnjdict that the vlqtory for iUw back of the store. I tinn pouncd on at me.and said he would get the gaodfl .of Baallan, P. I., from a bond of caew laws under tho Joloamo imam Ukul-la- l, their aide wiill be even greater than theDhirrailca.1 out of a iSfitOa rihtaJ.wWcU , e OW.tOO. HO wouwi cant iis by a detachmcint of uhe 25th Un- that of two years ago. Th election from ,was about as long as my fin&ar,and the. off three or four at a time, ited States Infantry oammandied , by will be hield on January 27. The und.r the nose3 of the oWasrs, and Testauranit. wiunfc into Braun's Captain CUaon Liautienanit) Dann.jft.u. chemical ,wns one that after a short ho was never caugbt" Money for the Teachers. county, explode and (would Bcattcr Hodges told of the different times S. Army, a native of Ohio Koqtuoky, June 17ih, 1U08, during Sunt Lrxwhannounasithaittnioluiioh-ej- B with 'fire ail around the room, so that the that hi had been connected mon will b? cwady for dlatnibu. Qui QDerationB on that toland that ,1... i .i. ,.t n igndtcd.' .u whole room .would become y tloa tomorrow, Saturday, and for all aSaUlat JctoaivnQ Mox After going into Braun's rea aumr.it I of the organization of bo Morganfield G bnaitf tt to tbe teachers who can to come and gut took a drink at iih3 bar amid then sot store Cohn toW Mm that ho was going their olioclta. Also on that day the Unitad 9ata3 on Wa ftunV down in tire front of ,.hj lobby and to ftra him $500 wvmtb of s'ock lu Of Hort- - minmtes of tho coua'y InsMitoite In d it to tb C and for t. nmrmiv. nn.1 wnmtfnd hifan to be l waited for the fire to start up- - book form, with tabliB ihowinK uduca-pdaDlc oXOh!o ooiuh' tord an,d xplo-!vo pn s djat of the store. , tho alarm to bj ssunjeo, 'tlonal divlons, teaotortijtruat'et.Bjutc., woirk as well oa iic did did Tlt 1fl1l nF iT will mimi given to thu lhe t th Momganf leld fdxe, and thn S'ore od oxpn sng a de to mount bojk has Jnut be n Issued firom the around JJ-tburned.I stay.d ta i Jab PriLting Deuiaiuinent of The Re" during the firj,U. Idtt, OAiontihoro on Chat) anoota amid MMw'u. to buy goods fc Ex- - publican, by the Nortiwrn Jt was the midnight train. I aslcod 'wliat kind, and hu answered: prea.i Ly CVipiain to th3 Bouauit I "At tho Morganfioid fire I wosrvg-latere- d 'Buy uvaiytlilng that jqu can.' BALD KNOB. ''City of Harttord," in care of an old at tba hefbi on tlho day of the wenit into one whoKtale sitcire alkr Reo. 3. Tho farmers ara almost Ore and pliaycd ipool therj with a a.ther iu Na.hvllle, and Naoh place n NoVmbr 22. 1911. dJaeeatiterking corn in tliis lglibor-ho.- d. young follow from about o'clock un-t- I was osluxl if 1 was buying for tho. Good cn(ps repomud. mldniight, viion 1 1' ifi. or.d iwuclt to Pecpli's Store of Fultoiu I wuuld THE LANTAKA'S STORY. Mr L. D. Taylor and Mrs. S. M. Uh3 co'.ton anuAer that I was, and tb:y would ifee stone, wbyro I placed Taytor and dauhjor, Emulous, RPont asd the expLcaUx-- , and then I ran to tell mo of having sold Quantities of I am an old lanitaka; Sunday at Mr. A. E. aamdofur. I com from the Mono land, tho hotel, whsro 1 attonyjt.d to get gaodu to Ben Cohn. Mrs. Angie Porter, of Beaver Dam, I was brought there many years ago which was'uoked. The in at a door "Tho Fulton Mono was cload out has .been visiting friends and noJa'tivoa By an Arab Missionary band. cterk lot me lu tuu I res3t up to my and the gooJa wero BhipiKd tpiiestoi in Uh'is nicighbarhood last wkioIc. room. 1 bad hardly reaohsdmy-xoat Mcsiganfleld and the buo at Owens- I was east la th samdis of Arabia. Mr. and Mrav R. A. Sanidefuir; Mr, firs was dtssovurod,, and 1 boro. Befiire the kt at MorgaulHeld .Many leagues away. J. M. 'Toyior and family; Mr. and save the some of the goods from thiat store And a&ter I filnlsh this story, liwrted out and'hslped to , Mrs. W. T. Taylor, Mrs. Angle Var other ibuildiaes. I 'wiantt up on th? were sh4pfl to Louisville and cdb&r T'wiH Ibe all I have to say. tor, Mr. Wayne Leach, MIt&es Annie roof of th store nxct to the Groan. pctats, and bafore.the fine at Qwe&s-bor- o and Mae Saodidlur, were pVeaanit vjs. aieopte deecsnded from Abcu-Bekc- r, lUvw kvw'jwent stora awi waiUd weivi fMy I am certain that tfiore iitors of .Mr. L. D. Taylor and family A wondrjring Son of God, Htm. tkt&nan, Ibut thsy would 150 or 300 rtiipty aUttt boxM and some ts last Sunday was a week. my d4rtipna asd ad-i- ssipty slioe txxm in tfae Ohio VaWey Scall my older maatiars not illstan to LltjU) iMlss-.Corlne and iMa-- i Sonde Row stscp bsBihjte sod. so 1 said: 'You green yokbtsi Dry Goods Store." I fur .W(ore ploasawt callors of Mi town toni; It's Y ojhk) 1st the whole Oa wery Itasd aad at avery (utrn, As aa thy all valued :v Cora Tornenice Sunday. yj vetMng to mo.' and. Hum. I quittey-ii- aoooonfl story told by Hod-gto t iiw f rem soa ito son, Mr, and Mrs. Ferryman Bmbry Hpjnt ito h3k Uupn.1 Cosa aad his eoRiwdcraTe, UJoow, ABdauiB(-ta- ll ttwsj mho kiiwiied Hie. Suiwtey at Uw Ja&ters parunta, Mr, "i had a rUwr bMWV bafti da my show Ww fctwtd of iimirtiitW is tMq, 1 was cansWfjiwd- - mch of a gun. J. II, Torrenco. aetaUt,WiW. of (bta tint, bub wi. a planning, plcfijUag bwk! shalitg. Mr. J. II. Tonronce ia on tho sici shavl yh vmt day aud boarded I'vij smmi waay Bisters faklrfully, a Hat at this wijitlog, vy mml away fxH bonois for your la nwsy a bkxJy fight Miss Genoya Itayaer, of MU Plxis-an- t, ItaeS ju iuu itntki. attar mA mm tn fea ,VeloMf(4a of Noiwsjjaimww Aad ba,ve booa saptuivti POLITICS AND PERSONALITIES Correspondent Iiwls iropenty LOMEVEALED ty on Wvst streot. lcome all. C. K. Rcmeor We gladly (we- t Expresses Few Views. Along the Labor Troubles Gives a Nice Little Boost for Judge Crowe. ' gyn-oro3i- ty C t, ithe-nai- s - ' tie-canno- fel-han- wjhilia-wiO'Ukl -- j ... -- n. teompy 1o PKJ 4liL-- iAln.-krM- m sh-W- ed m btwi a4t m, m, Rjihh! i ooaak d mm Ouka W W fttsWH MMlnvs whm Utey - U? and doal i Qd'W) Ww. 1 ibv4 oh tl'e wrfa- - Id ITar fuid? tint a ub rly weoioTM'cn N. v l('.to- HW W Ito I ha A' iaj ajiiOsi. alios ,: ..ancy. aul ilUW, ("Jtfkt hif tmciM f nots J. Ana iMrrkd And ot onigit sml Bubwrtptitft y W always tovol Wa atwajs en mm. way ittwek. (Contributed.) We believe that tlnlcai labor has doD3 more to better the conditions th.j of itihy labonlrjg mm than all polfjtieians put togeth-r- , and we that Union UbOT la the oaly our tbdns that sanjs the. ma-ci pcoplj firom induatrlal slaveny, but it buni3 and does not hjdp thj causii of Unton labor for to Ijadijrs to rush into print proclaiming the Innocena of labor man acaus-'of evwry orlme. God knows t.hijre ans onough nxil onin.s against laibor witilixnit im agining itha prosecution' of tits ens, and laibor ieadara are Juo. m-- n Fancy Price Hogs. not deities as th nnaTtehiati'jc pn.ss Hoklnsville, Ky., Dec, 3. flTliat rais has ibeeu tryiBg (to makfcj Alij MQNa- maras apphflr- - it Is labor cauij.not ing fine hogs will pay well wa Shown, this week by I adens, itliat neods tlw lang st de by .th mala conduct-G. W. McKnlght, of tha Hqwell nalgb- fense fund. . lwrhcod, of some pun3 blooded nuruc Jors.y hogs which he had grown. The As an Illustration of the ruil in In justice done to the poor and unfor sal-- was extensively advcn.lanl tunate look at the laws as frdmfanis-t-i- rl stock journals and hog flnanajonsiCroni ElbUnthtown, iNashvllle, by the Federal courts probab- Louisville, ly a hundred cosis againsi, cpr.pora-tlan- s Lima, O., aad attur places at a dis for personal injustlc.s were tance attended and bought fnaoly. Tho tried in ithe Fdeml coiuita in Km- - sale was conducted by H. L. Igleheant tuoky lost year, and in ieny case of ElizahMthtown, and Fred Rojnt, of so far as the wnlt-i- r can ajrttalni the Dacotur, Ind. plaintiff .was duly adjudged to have , Mr.' Mcltoight effonod dxCy b.ad hunt or killed himself w,i shout any and thie buyers .bid splnutcdly tor ev-liability from tho corporation, that anyone of thorn. The total roo.Cipts cf $47.85 enip'jojkid,. jdilreau and. coatoJllied aim wvire $2,871 or an average costnogsemidralhundiul dol per had, Che top" price b.ing $380.00, or which Ma) a & Krefoot, cf Elteafoetih-tow- n, lars, is sure to drag for a year champion pad for a mpre and is utnoortam in Teiutt, k a poor man in the lxi trial ctniit Lau brocd sow. just about as much oaxnee of win An Open Secret. ning as "Texas RooriMr" iwn Btov-iwould have in a 1ft jujj at the It is an open secret that MisSs Era. Cox and Mr. Earl Smith, were unltI Marathon. it may he treason ito say it, but the in maiwiage in Jeffersonville on Ooto- writer 'hellavi s iuiiiboirucull for every bor 18- - Tlie ceremony vsas by Esq. Hay, of offiaar firom Piujidcaiit. nUfit Ajyh to John Morton of tho Attr visiing Bowling Gre-- and fch Janltnr to house ho in John'a cus3 tle n wall Mammoth Cave .they reutma.-would menrer be used and we thuili Ohio coumty, where they will contlnuo-ttiho Fadenal judiciary iteaoh until Doomher 22, after not cajlcinig no worse ihaa aiy which tim-- uhoy will make their homo nomios meads it tor a while at Select, Ky. thing ,we know. EDllORS NOTE Upon ,the rutura The death of genial young Simon of the Ohio county teaders from their Stevens of Render, bmnighit nal Bor- educational trip to Louisville, Bowling row to those who w ipj fontunato Groea and the Mammoth Cave, it was no reported that two couples were mar-ried-at enough ito shone his frlocaifehlpj Jefferconville, lud., whi'e tha man the wirlVr ever nwt was bruis In his friendship than "Ytoung Slmjon'' teaohens and fnuaUxa wiere vlsuting as wo coital hiim affectionately at the the Louisville Echools. So for this is the mines. His di ath mas a mctgt ro,gret- - th.3 first authorlzod repent of on, for wedding of any of our tjaohrs table iUustmaticin of tha't faot, Tho R publican extends it 'was in order to woivk a friends that trip. ar be3. wishis to tha young couple. greoting to a friend who wiaa on the fast I. C. passenger, lhat Entertainment Next Week. he aiitimpiod to crocs to the ouh'r at s'deof thetaiilroadandiwaBliltkid. And "Snap Shots" wiU bs pres-jn'oso ut wa3 that Simon, loyal in Dr. B an'3 Oiwra Hcuae n3xt Thursl.fo, wirtt to his. wajvhig day night under tiia auspices of tho doaiJi God aiw.d to a Itriund, HirtfTd Ladies Circle of tho Woodmen of tha World. Elaborate li being mad3 (or tin? pky The Xnlenda of c! M. Onowe, and and thd acoompanoilng special features who has, or ltorvi s inore fln!e')d3? lnoudiiivg drills, musical numbers and are urging his fwlucttUm as the The candiddtie for Couuty Judo. songs are all by homi talent. iuc!iiik.d We are to beli'jw iLat eat.cta'.nmxnit is und r the dlivct so. a CharlJe's nciw rrnm cooncotiioa mill for pervidlon of Misa Lelia DjWtt, bid his making the race, but be 'Aiou.il taentod reader, and olocutionlst, and mike a reaa Judgo and no lukuiku a rare timt is in store for those who at end. With about 50 local p.pe in abuut tliait, the play much interest and laughter CENTERTOWN. is aroused. Th play is a scream Ddc C Our now flour mill la com- rem bgiuniig to end aud should b' pleted and und.r the management of glvn a Lunge audileuce. Mr. Wa5tr C, Knott and Mr. Clarence K. ofP. Hold Election. Tartar. Flour is being made which glv-.-Rough River Loilgo No. 110, Knight perfect satisfaction. his of Pythias held a splrjndld ineettlng Mr. J, M. Iglehcart has sold venlng, at farm, west df town to Mr. E. J. Car-to- r, at Castle Hall whlcli timio oflocers wore ducted for and has bought prpperty in of Mr. F, M. Alkii and will tho first half of 1912. Tho folloming wuro HQiootied: move hsr.) Ihlsiontli. a Olionocllor Commandsr, W. ! Hed-rte- k. Mr. W. B. McLoani W hrwtlng beautiful dwelling houto (mtud ou West Jackson stre-.t- . Ito will move Prelate, Albert Rial. to his bmw home the first of JanuaK. of R. & S., J. Noy IVstor, ry Mamter of Work, II. E. Brown. Mr. Atva Calloway, of Bauality, Master of Exchequer, joints Lyons, lias' hud Ids house ou Main slffoet, repaired and moved JutoetwutJ, Wo Mastrr of Arms, W, H. Rhoads. our gladly welcome, such pooplo to has pm iiHiwiia.' 'Mir. Jim Goodman, 6f' Owunboro, Utile towu. Iiiiuiir Guard, U. 3. Carvtau, baj iov,d to the J, M, Lctuch tunamt ilr. Rabent l'luuimr, of Prentls.bus Outer uuaixj, W- - F Andterjon houso. II T U3'v 1. T. B'Tnetc. r -'- oitftit bought aud uis.vd iu'o th? II. s r, d k g. d irt An-trppe-ui L"iah-bnoos er n ni cen-twn- ed onG-ne- and wife, of Nelson visited their daughter, Mrs. Robert Durham, this we-MLs3 Mary .MoKcnnt-is vlaiting her brother, Mr. B. J. McKenncy, of Paducah. Mr. George Matthews, wife and diugli'xjr, Ida, of Falls of Rough, visiting tho famwers here last k ily of Henry Lake. They returned . home Saturday. .Mrs. W. J. Evorly and grandchildren, Annie and Barney, 'of Point Pleas an,t, spjnt Saturday and Sunday here with Mrs. Clarence Taylor, daughter of Mrs. Everly. Mr. S. W. Crowe and Mrs. Alex Cuntis and daughter, Miss Fern, of Rockport, spent Thanksgiving here the guests of Mrs. U. S. Faughit. .Mrs. E. M. Davis and son, 'Maxwell, of Louisville, are here visiting the families of H. H. Darts and J. A. St. Clair. Mrs. Brocksohmldt and Mrs. Temple-minemothers of Mr. and Mrs. Brock schmldt, are hero visiting Wi ar children, and will return to thJr home In Venady, 111., In a days. k. y w-e- b. pre-pj.iat.- ou Dt.m-oorat- lc a Con-terto- s . U Uc, B The Greatest Aid in the World to Business ADVERTISING! The 1 j FEW WORDS TO A Dentist your Advertise office hours Lawyer Doctor Tell the people about your infirmary . Architect Advertise your plans i?" 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 your Hats HvArticinCT AU YCl 11M1I& A JDOES Let the public know where your office is campaign for Have you planned your Christmas and New 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. Bead other merchants' ads. and see how they advertise, . . MR. MERCHANTyour advertising T , fc ALL THE BEST HOTELS ADVERTISE. Rector's, of New York, is running page ads. in large Dailies all over the United States. NOT PAY UNLESS you put time and thought in it or get someone to do it for you. You know a stove will not cook anything unless there is a hot fire in it and it is the same way with advertising; it must be with reminders of what people need and want. $30 is the smallest price ad. you can put in The Saturday Evening Post and thousands of people spend that, every week for advertising so it pays. Some companies spend six thousand dollars a week for advertising surely it pays and pays well. ze Write The Hartford Republican, Hartford, Ky, For advertising rates or any information about the great system of getting business. Want-a- d Order Locals: Put a in Next Week. Order a Page Now for Your Christmas or New Year's Trade. m f ILLINOIS CENTRAL sldo cntihod, and ribs brokton. L. M. Wilson, Columbus, O., cruflb.-o- d SELECTING GIRL CHUMS o&Vzl glri or to attract troUegr it may Geom very smart a lot of attimi ion on tho ativat by loud laughing and cut about the ? hfcfuL TRAINWRECKED More Than a Score of Pase sengers are Injured. Train No. 101 RunningFrom Louis-viltto New Orleans Acci- dent Near Paducah. Owjt a Uvwjaaiiu of Illinois Control jia39iJ3ar tonAa No. lOlou'jh- bound, Ukkh ftniLavilUwwo jutoful-- y lujiuud, txfwmal (3.ihjp3 totally, whim, minjading loto Uiis afternoon Uivjonfty-inilLs Uiiuw.,ii tiito a itVi!i niil & maatwwmHy from liana Paduonib, acorw of W Ky., Ukk. 1 -- ht at 5:li o'cAuck. r I (own. RUNNING DOWN GRADE. Etc3irju- - Honiry Frailly, of Louls-v- ll , was anlving dawn tho enadoAP- pr. aching Aba Canitwrlamd river bnldg'J wia rouroUng a cunvo at a fifty m'Ui clip, Alia rolls annad. lt. '.to oneinj jUtnnod a complete aiAaamlallEs dflw flncawuijtoy Iju&ow, of lyjrulsvUlo, InJo a caraifJuld, tjh eom-Biuu- slwuittlm'elKifwrejwhen B'jmoo. SJTOnw. a m!ik boa pf Cunbral Cl'y. Ky., dforuw hfaiisiU on tho track before & au lire .train n as jposng iLbnough truin a Onj life was taltKa hy tiw same 'ib.) itiij oocuchos of tiio fast fcrnitn. ono of Who AutioAt vfi tfw sye&yn, top-d Xatu iim curvo tuvl all Jodsjdon aa lnir HltU fflho track twoa Jora. up fur a dU'cuKO of 500 yarda. RulVtf cumi wrecking flrahiu putt out from il'.uiiKtifli aooia aifltir reports of tho w.iok wuw rvjcolvfd and ut. notour had rii'uniod. HiromKly mlilfnaotaJ. psirod- InlESlMUOUSLY INJURED. No Slavery to ork. tO BBOtlh3T, .but tf, flioqiwiln- Wtt pk Mr. Handua) and hto (bride. Bm'jously injured ,wlll be who',.,,, Vbo itanoa, shw fand tlwit girl urates Deskins, Va.Mrs. Mary A. Vandyke, . was ithg fonuor brought to Uii) local hospital. $ti Houb. J daccetful conduut towtudr her 1b a letter from Dasklas, says: 1 "I Among Aliuni are t'ho ongla-jur- , tall- ro.urnd from tholg- hanyyuiooa., fTh,j mothwr or to unscrupulous taothod had serious ' female troubles, "tasting wlll live at the old inan'a. y eraialual urulor MUgtoe. in JXuxl to h.ir Ijaaaiia, falm t&uu'.d, 40 days at a time. I was so wpak t Firauan IuUiow, who suffoii d ajv-or- al drop buoli an la'Anv.wy. Ufa oTiwr eoukl hardly walk, eo I tried Cardul. Work will Soon Start Internal hurts, After you alw Dr, Kins' Njw LJfo girl may argue tltat theoo imw Willi Soon I was better. Now, I am well." CUrfcsico Vihh; of Skrovqpouit, ta-- , IUILi, and you'll quickly oajoy Wvok HWttcrs and inhajt th).y do jiioi count. If you, uffer from any form of wom-aal- y Uis Jrolai. tbw PeauVts. ConkaUon and kudl- - But thuy are not ilttlo and Ukv do pate or weakness take Cardul, , . .. i .. . . Mra Salllo Afaitin,, of Duxbcr, Mo gojtioa 'mouIjsIi and fliw ujip!bliU re- wuu uuuik. ii ..t.i ioa a-- to lovm wtwx tae woffiaa'a tonic, Cardul will lKt two cJillibwn, sidos ' and lutuls tunv Tlfjy jwulttrfw a'jQHch,' and yo out of the misery Hw of doa.4Sfuiuiefeti tmd wearlaaess " taueed by wowaiily and lxwU3 awl temrt hw rt!awrth that will iKkhwu hor wlwlvj We. weakness, aad h, A. ICulir, Wiwiiuiaa, Krft Bide and energy to. ih j, H'hole RyiL A ffh--l tkouil avoid fnkvriiWln.e,b)n you to oe tke brtelk abU of . and IviKk aiuinid. Only 36c at. all ;iTy UI'.bu. lrg- - wdth oiio wJw is loud ami forward fRfe. Try lt Yeer 1mgt;intr selM Mjd. Hug la .Fallow, ICuttojwa, gWa. la la h;r mauaur.To the umsoikia'i- - tt C-pi -- and pbw&ug I'Vuiloy, umtljrniaa'jh- - (inild-ude- Ut would-b- e clovcor nomanks. or But auch conduct is only vulgar and brings discredit upon Hao g'jrls indulging la it. Girls Should be Careful in INFL.UENOB HER FOR BETTER The girl who has mado a Choosing: of ono mttio does thosj things should ! olthar itry to Indwre hor to a'xiip or ald-j.else hroak off Uw faramtucy. Sho will Among 1U1033 arv: J. W. Roxr, oujt h.raalf of from many pleasant Early Ties aasocdo(jlon3 Ky;. Alls3 Tilly F.nanoih, of Their Companions In tiki future If ahe dods Panay Farm, Ky., (alao profinbly not For lihcso coarse, loud mannara Formed Often Shape Girl's hunt); Mrs. OUIIy Drwuior. acquinod nhiJo young will stick to Paduoh, bxvul and body ibrubd; Future Career. har aad will r(pel rafincd, culturod Mra .W. L. Blanil, Owcnffbono, Ibrutad poople. And thus in niter years 6he on ibody and initiarxal Injrurdtea; T. II. may ho cut dt from asyoclafjons aho Ray, FuJlon. ivxul injurad; J. E. By- - A Choolsrl's Instlaat I'.atis btor to very much d:airk33. num, Fulton, nuad cut; Mra 8. C. the making of friends. Affinity, one The Bohoolgilrl should b-- j alow and Kammurar, Liouisvlllo, liruiaod on might &ay, Is at work. And It doesn't critical in forming hor fnictnida. Sho body; J. W. CUtro, cuts on bo&d; (Id much good to advs3 liar la regard aoould mot rush in impulsively as is vagro, tag brolom. to toha Mods of friends tboit ana wis- Iwr nature to do and swotf dSannal est nlurioi. In euoh nioA'jans thoywlll tnltundtihqp ori two days' acquaintance. Caught in the Rain. la moat bases only lawn by what Sho She would ham certain standards of Douglaavllle, Tex. "Five yoars ago, auCCora. But now and thnj Is a girl hor own of rfln:d .ladylllqa depoxt-laa- t, away. Cardul baa stoppwl my euf-- I lavel hradod La euoh maittara, who of tnutih and honor and eqaiary was caught la tho rain at tho donsn't wantv in mnVn hlimrlnrs. nnA &xx.'iLg. And the girl who, upon ac- .... " ... 4I! 11 -- I.Jt.. wuu muuu m giauiy mhuuu uau a mu uuq- - I quaunaanco ioo3 not maxauna up to "w"b uuio, injin-- TS- J- luiioenoru, I...1 of Douglasvllle, "and 'from that time, goadons as to thi tanming ct aahool tihoae, Bh-- should avoid, unloss Bhe to was taken with dumb chills and fe- - Jriend.lbilpB. The g:ri who does this s'jwng "onumtlh honelf to uphold hor vors, and suffered more than 1 can will make helpful and inspiring standards and to bnLng jh other toll. I triod everything that I thought frtoudshdra that will t3 a Joy to hor eiri around m Mii mufiwi. would help, and had four doctors, , all ibhrough life. upon lifri Sinulnol. but got no relief. 1 took Cardul, the MEETS MANY STRANGERS. lid'jlo cold in tho bead may' Only woman's tonic. Now, I feel bettor at bo tho a ' Moal of th) girls oao tncute tfinn In tninv mnthn Pmul..! beginning of at. abefinatj oaeo " What of Kaaal Caianrh. " aro onUno stranom one thing and does It well. That's tMn,r 4rI.-- . Drdvo out the in- ., kMll vhnt .. " mn t w1' unlcnown. Muutl imilltf &i MM awrui. m us bu years or success. zim "N be. to Yet cirls w4U Try Cardul. 2 " ru&h in and form t rconiCBhfipB wiiSi CT7 rrioo 50c, If you n;for them,, that may fcavo n gnjait uUosi to uao an atciris.T, ask for LJlquid on their future Ufo, wiWhout knawfins FOR FLETCHER'S good' anjithjngr of chose thojia to thus tok- -. Cnoam Balm. It has all b3 quadliuB ct the solid form of Lb la lag into tkair 1jCw. And jot (it Is a -- od U ri1lyou time Am tboy Hhou'ld mom slowly Typographical Error. and oaut,!ou3ly to of 7 mattor "r113 to 'brewd a "Whuro will you njjIdoT" at&ed fsivandiihifi, for W V the naponti.r ci thM juimg Inlldal good, Jud&.u of BohcoleM3 aro sot i"".!. ura pwwuu, Zr-- T ac wsui liumaaTWrtiure c(uPla' ir)imig .uua. au uniggiom, or imaii- rv vaM'vAninflkli A v. MA ih itr At tl Old Jlanee." recital ,r ft nm ltn "f" ed iby Hy Bros., DC Warren SteA the I "" """ onDwhllo AQw MUUdim. Nw Yctflk. ., And this it th-ay Uw lUim an- -; . ' . , , W. W. Hill, Onicaso. ihtod out and bruiacd. Jesaa Losoro, Raducaa, Ky., Iras brokon and JniVcnnal lnjuriB. MANY GET MINOR HURTS. A consl'diarablo proportion, at tb Injured eutfcred ihunta about Uw head, wl&en Ow cars tajxplwd on thdit 5. firi-en- REWARD r. t- i Mao-Hak- jg T 3uu,uuu onered tor the return of th a rJrAt p oi j a.vx Ruby known as .f , "v. " iiilHPi .... T..-.- 1 .j fTHEfPOOE v t "i !. 1 3 an ir nn OFFCAME For particulars read the remarkable tale of romance and adventure ,1- ... ,,., m c-1- n7 "" E'a f by Children Cry CASTORI A LOUIS JOSEPH VANG Author of "The Broue to f 'ZTZl " M," "Tfce Bcim Iwl,- - j 4 urv-- J" T, "rTT" ""w' ,., la 1i l about to aDDear in this paper in serial form. Astoiy -- M-Is- to "r jA with Wilke Colllns, famoi novel, "The Moonstone Jbull ot life and color; d ana go, thrills and thr Watch Mch icue until first chapter 1 " ""UWVC lOlllkCU r -- J ad 1J ? '. , 0 MTTgJ - J6aj,',t-i- a- will W kxKip HBUSEfMLB HELPS degrxics k.T if stoml atand Faroi. Plld 32 ir o 60 d for a weak or (ten days at r oa, but can be ket cw El Mr LET US PRINT YOUR CARDS DUTTBRED APPLES. 'iiout Paro MhI coru eoiho appVfe bnaaktng itthcsn; iintt ilW a art- - of iwa-- kr and a oup of Miga-- r an to Iw'W slm-nvlot. boU m oaco or twilco, tfc-er ajlve cratuHy urttU tiemdar,, lift out gundy and wrpttffo on a Utah; tivo , , NOTE HEADS POST CARDS ENVELOPES BILL HEADS LETTERHEADS ; ; jr vf?-" BLOTTERS .PROGRAMS :" STATEMENT HEADS 'shipping : LABELS -- TAGS - 't CIRCULARS BOOKLETS , STOCK FORMS ORDER BLANKS" .,,, - CATALOGUES M0RTGXGEBLTNKS DEED BLANKS Superior-Qualit-y, Prices Reasonable. Le Us Stititilt Estimate oil Your Next Work. All Work Guaranteed. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN i Uf ra Ftcrae? Io. 22 HARTFORD, KY. tho heavy Republican majority of 1910 tho Evening Post oyerJooks Una cincun Bltanco that tho defeated Republican Df the Klaiir as a radical sas sMpo, and. if he had bm ckot;d ho must have been ckissod with tho Hcuse Inuurgonts, who voted for tho Underwood bills. In the Third Nebraska district a Domocmt (wq itost-o- d by practically tho rcuno vcito as In 1910, yiat the Evening Poat b )3 fit to sao that ithe flgun-.- thos year show gain. a considerable Democratic Vc1mJ yat, Uie Evening Post clean forgot to mention ths Pouito.imlh Pennsylvania district, iwhefl-3- bi Reipub-llca- n Bucoaeds a DnnocriTit, Jxtvlly the meet s'gni!fi!cant reeult of amy In the fourth dteitrfcits montion'Cxl. s CONJURING UP TARIFF UPHEAVAL Failure of the Attempt to Figure ' Victory in out a Free-Trade ok- ie the November Elections. The insurgent-Rpublican-nieftr-De- i ocrotic organs figure vttcotry for the foes Tariff, but the thing wholoas'jo Jmggllng of and figures such as out a doolsivo of a Prptaatrlvo Is dono toy a facts election vwuintedily fair-mind- ed I; & Thus, notwitha'anding tho ncitiol inanens 4iko the Nww York Ev lag Poai, Bipnlngflold Republlcan,and figures mi3ro to be found In Its ni'iws be. fair "2. Add eqval (luanCdtias of gasoBoston. fPranflanipt would have hootoit-- d columns easily available for a and initaliigienit dlacuscion, (ha Even- line and siplrto of tuuron'dnra to full open thoir columns to In to days. the most unblushing. ing Post PjiramCds a ma&3 of mislead- tlw bofcU?. ''3. Piicrae a emoid cork with a porhape, Is th.3 ing B)iat(ani2hts and proceadB with unol theso doUnquonits, Evening Post, which aittribntos Fos3' answerable lc!c and unerring cock-su- quiU Tthat from a camel's hutr bnusli to pctwt owl tjho Inevitable Is bast. Put cork fimmly in boffin plurality of "8.000to U papular dualro ve ra plaoa a sanaM ipltoo cf butlwr on ach and a lUtlo apricot Jam on top; pour rup around. bh CORN SALAD. Ono gallon of cabbage cut finwMio gallon of BWMot contu njwp (jtiailWlwat apple vinegar rtwo tyacups of grann-be- d d eugw, toacup of isvihirto poppar, mua'amd si.ed, two pods rod salt to Imlo. Put cabbats4 Into gi'an-Vo kntlo with cmaugh wp&jr to cover odoIc fafltietani mlnutos, put dn corn, su gar, vinMgQi and pqnpjr; cook lllftoan ralnuia3 longer, then vut in salt and and mus'ard and let It boll up once ial white hpt. This will loeoj open for nianiihs t'itliout aioi'ing. IiABOR SAVING, where itho faniily washlne Is largo muoli tia3, Jubar and fnol can. be s:urod if tHia foUnnlng nnuthodiboaisud. Takio laundny or kLtolien tabic, oco that samo is clean; fuist shako out bath toweb and spread ovenly on ita Wo, then hand tho nall.ir towels, unxt plltaw cax(rs last; fold bol ahoots, placing over all, and then coivor iwitih Inomlng shout; bring tablo olasio to 3'ovo, 9 aa not to Icaa timu gotilng hot Irons; than camanonco and inxni all undjnwtaor, Btcckdngs, (piblecloths. napkins and handtercbilora, all cxicopt atarohod clothes; then rcraiovo Ironing shtoa and all tho Cat work mndur-niH- h milll bo as smooth as if Bant to laundry; fold stumo and iplaco on oloitlua bars to out. WHITENING THE TEBT1H. Nearly all tho things that wtoion tooth have Eomo drawiback. Thtj (purely mechanical cloaaxors, as prctdipdtat-c- d chalk, puimiiao, charccal and pow- drod cutitlafieh do no good mnlces itho are very coanas and gritty, and iwhum they are thoy scratch Iho tielthj So molvilng dicaiy highly probable. Tho chomiiical chlanoors, as lamoa juice, aro equally dangerous rnhui used ,for thoy dlaso'n-- tho onamoL Camphor nflSMn mild bleaoli, I Is drawback is a tendency to mako tho totih bnltUo. Perojde of sodium matted with water and ina'ontly is a stronger bleach than camphor, lit is froqoumUy "the caiuo ttf sare (guml Rubing th3 tooth with rog. uaual'y Is brtass dlrapointojnt. Sa,'it also usually a fallui4 An plan Is to apply lumon Juico and ifiivin a powder made of fmo eali and charcoal. Jliik susar is highly rcOoni- nvandod iby eomsT lit acta feaqt wjhiaa there is ial Cartor, tor it oflcm EteiT- tens tihis and allows It to bo more easily ramaved by mhanlcalanjans. DESTROYINGG DBDDUGS. A oorroqpandont of the Phdladefaxhia Norih Aimorlcan iwn!ite(3: "As tho 'or:n apcon for badlbugs Is almost at hand, kit mo tell lcfton i ad Oornoritos my matihod of gjtfJns nld of iJhsn: "1- - Put to a pint baftlo thlrfy mer cury tab! its (tihieso itablicis onia an casi ly solubio pnripaina'xoni of birchlarl(l Df moixua'y), 'Cjlsohie la a WitiJe was-ma owa-(liino okl-i!im- i3 CARE QP BABY'S HEAD. ItrfatVa' liyads should be (ww?bl at th baRlli uvory moniling; occasionally there will npvtir on top of tho hid a brownish subsjtninoi, (which fct. BCtno- ttaie call-a "crust." This may easi ly bo rcmKmtd iby gonlJy wibln into tho iltltlo (ica'ip a Biiiaill qunsnlty of the bxt ollvo oil, or wltfto vaa?llno at nlgJut; in tho morning wash Ahls off with ollvo oil tonp and warm we&r; a Bott cloth and rinse in Bev.'ial kikawanm wa'jors; follow witih a little bay mm to pnxivtmit any danger of taking cold; repeat daily until tho dijffi'culty la overcome. Vh:n 10 hair has grown to any length, tho drying must bj cart-fulldona Do not nub in hard with a towel as that breaks if, wrap a tunkish tcwel around tho head to absorib the molstun?; squooze out all the wWor you" can, then massage the scalp with Uw tips of tho ilugfirs; hwo tlho parent in a warm ulaco, prtiJesiaibly in jtho sun; allqw tho hair to hang dormn tho ha ok until thorougMy dry csiioolally ,There tlio hair gixms on nijck; th n brush It gontily; lalto tlio comb and a Binall quantKy of haiir; begin at tlo ends,, working toward navwr the hwl to nomovo tanigles; uso a flno 100111 comb undor any as ithor. la nq'Julng morn Injurious; uto a rubor cnshioin, Ibnush all you can; it makk-t- j iix hoiir 'glosay; Uiore is a right way to do thds, too; grasip the brush In tho nlghti hand and tho hair iossoly in. itho loft; (hen e from to tha wnnlsi with own, gairle btipkcs; brush Uio hair from five to ban minutes Wxo (laily; lihls Is ono of tho beat tonics known, as it kotps tho dust out and allows the scalp to breath o. uj Tho Kind Yon Havo Always Bought, and which 1ms been. In uso for over 30 years, has homo tho glgnnturo of and lins been imulo under his pcr- sonnl snporvlsion elnco Its Infancy. dU. -- T nro hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and" Experiments that triflo with nnd endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-ns-goo- d" What is CASTORIA Castorla Is a harmless suhstituto for Castor OH, Pare gorlc, Drops mid Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ngo Is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Forcrishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach nntl Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. t GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS cUc&t4 The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over THC CCNTAUfl COMPANY TT MURRAY BTRtCT NCWtORR CITY. 30 Years. Saved Her Own Life. Tocumseh, Okla "I believe," says Mrrf. Eliza Epperson, of this place, "that if it hadn't been for Oardui, I would havo boon dead Before 1 began using Cardui, I suffered from pains in tho head, shoulders, back side, limbs and the lower part of my body. Cardui helped mo moro than anything, and I am now In bettor? health, since taking It, ithan for four years." Nobody can deny that tho best tonic a woman to take is a tonic for women Cardui. Please to-da- y. OUR CLUBBING RATE: The Republican and Louisville Herald The Republican and Courier - Journal '5 9 5 The Reptblican and St. Louis ro Globe-Democr- at try It At Yule-Tim- e. C-1- It's now tho Christmas trees, mlstletoa and holly ; slolshibells ringing o'er the braeze, and everybody jolly; tho children all will oat ithqlr fill of turkey, sauce, and candy, and Mother will bo Euro to haivo the paregoric handy; relatives and friends will come to pay tjhtor annual visit; time for '5 The Republican and Home and Farm 5 Inquirer The Republican and 5 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 5 The .republican and uaiiy uwensDoro inquirer 5 k O'boro Messenger The Republican and 5 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer 0 The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1 0 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $ 25 Twice-a-Wee- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN INTERESTING EVENTS and Hwiear the saints abavo by all ; , IN CHICAGO NINETEENTH NATIONAL ov ryithlng'si exqu'slto; igifts to mako to that ovary one, and ithat's Wio very reason I save the ones they give to me; then gihe them hock next season. is predicted thl year. Bo suro and visit tho Illinois Ojtutral Exhibit groat of nnodua's grown in tho tw9 and Southern States of OjotulabiDia Mississippi. LIVE STOCK EXPOSITION DxflmUT i to 9. a ami couatny-fa-mou- a This al ehqw. Willi bo ho'd to tihfe 000 wll-knowlnUjr-nation- IRRIGATION DECEMBER 5 CONGRESS to DEC. 9. Com-gno- AiujutlUnvTitro awl twenty d-t- Union adjoining bidldlngs at tlrt Stock Yards, Chicago jand n dlgp'aj of many thousands of thej fitoost bro catitlo, inakies It a : h A X 7t high Tariff stromBlhold or rebuko atenna'h of Republican unwisdom In the Injcctiodn of the Tariff and oi'Jior d Wording the Tariff vetoes, as folnational Isaacs into a Btaltra capnpaiSgn. lows: ,Thone could be no olitaiw proof of Hut as Foaa had 35,000 last yoarvwlKJi the general dissatisfaction with the ivjfts hotly rttsousDad, the Tariff aspeclally in tlho matter iwould b Evening PosCs deduction coaviwang had it conpladned of Its, Tariff policy, nor a shaJUar mono jto PncBldcajt Taflt tor hto va'o away that slump of 27,000 in Fosa' our iNuw of tho .wool bill, with a wanning Chat plurality. Again.,, how da b York coctamponary raconaUa Ala an- he must strike hand Cor Tariff ndduc-tlor glvo up 'nevt thds winter fact alysis of the Moto 'Wiitfla bho oloottoa la advance. feast the RieftihUoan tick tit bolow gov-eiTho SprJngflold Republican and the carried the State by an. average aver Boston Transcript also majority of 26,000 or 18,000 eeok to deanonatrato rtjhat Foss won Fobs? Tho Evening Poat rtrawgtfly tfsnorea out on tho Tamltf, but they, Uko tho (fee remit smmI Itfsoa of tlhe Rhode Evening Poat, Clud tt coavomlciitt to reintend akotton, where th TartK was shut their oyos to Rhode Island pmotlmUy the cole tewe, and wh-jn- a hard &Wn 'wfhloli sults and the r. go to cut the ground from the KesxiblAcftne scored a eaiu tit Injury " over last yftr. Hwvo not Maa-QhuEUt- fs as to Uie In land Rhode Wand InvnSbly dona to Praaidont fTaffs chancia In a go" to work. Havo no nrtlflolal light or fine mar you or In iho and room. "1. By gently shalolns Oho ho.l3tt a ream of tiho mixturo avn bo dlrcat- od into cracks in Cloom, Ui&iboiards, coriiia and stnms of nviftMtJU303, i.lc, wniliout wasSo or moaa. lltio irp what you mute); it ds tafur arcuLd Uto In tho Ihot So. I have irvcv Itu'awni tilii m tlul to fall, and 1 Ikwh liud tspo-nlei- te .O Tak One Pill, It ns wr ir's gand contest of champion Slauglutcr Tosta, Packing Itause Collogiato and FajinMrs' Stock-JudgiContoyts, Natloikil to, "Save tho forests, h'jotvj tho floods. on and Stockmen MootliiK, llubllc Daily reclaim tho dtesoTto, snake hoinws EwtMrtain-ui?nttho Jand," to whi'ch wight bo added Saks, Brilliant Evening "drain ths swnnrp and mako bonus Best roached by fn3t and efficient on th-- 3 land." Thoro arc In the Uutfod Stafjcs 73,- - train service of tho 000,000 acres elf swaino land, Central Railroad ductivo ,a m naco to lwoiUh, nnd a Illinois Inwnlgrai'&i, 75,000,000 acn tin?, Tickets, tosorvntloiiB, train d tonient menufl and pocifc faros f rom your ainMon dii;lded into 40saw ifaran may ho had of your local tliultagont. horow for l.S75,qOO 'fatnllicB, or ,Tho object and jmnncco of this can toifct ba xiaiessyd in ir.s motBro-TdorHon-fliro- horeic6ehoeianid mino ts, ng t O'-h- 6,-0- 00 'tert puMed tegettar oa the .T&rMfT Amy-v,,- y, 112. no vakio aWachce to of a ixudtng tlw A IHiMiy's reeule The KTOflAwt lch skips Rbod'e Istomd toadsUdu TarWflsurd. Charming Woman, whereby oleations wsrd kmal jj h(W. We ai toid Ufc tfw IlUbU- hi ufJWld a bgBlfioat low V,oan Ar Mia Plcsit Nw J'BWwy auMMot ty aae 10,-6ou'iteg dewa of LoMdwhftayarVi plumiMy is 1910 to a "WV low INt, a Lowfatislagw aetu-all- y , figure." 8W U 1910. whiWBflown er adKIda.rs, puiufy Oh) .blood; gtvii o bftd , jwra tee got 3.9W laat Tveatef , Uw bot- Strong Httmw, brtgtot iJritw iBkAaiL tuaik fBHIHpVf WTP VW lllT JiV IMVI rBtec Pe-i-'a of tb T'"7 tom faMB b HndaMNt. 4vKaiwui QfniiVrn ,mw1 mhc bXh. IHy Jut to Dm 4w ( iitoUjst, 00 idiiths to. fcs seal to mafoe oat itsbatt the T&ritt ot a Waok ey In oaawww lwt com to etlHgrawt Is o&e 'who is lowly 4o foce, fioran, mind wwl Usixpor, But 1'b Itord for wluhouc a wcrnwwi jto be charming bdaith. A wuak, tickly womoai will be bwvous and iwi'ailo. Oonetfpa-tfo- n and kld y po6ii.3 show ihi ii-Abkitohies, skim Mruitlonia mud a wreietMd oomolexlua. Bart. Bfcjarlc BMUra always mw a oikn4 to w ivnd man who want lnunWi, batfy ulai BUTTERMIUC OIIEDSE. Large aniouulB of miUomnalk ore wajed ov'iny iTarr If fhts Wravi niU'lu Jj into ibut (arntilk dliiAeo ,tit mojiW a laingj pupjly of pilafaiblo lood to aqual in valu, (pound flor pounll, 'Min 'bjaf-t- f (ak. To iniako tMa ohoxn. tho bu tonnidlk la curdlid by hcotftng to SO CasrvJrfJ. l,t dt th n 2uCt undisturbed far an hhmr and ag.t'jn lvjx ad .o 1U0 dasro B. Ato-- r OtflnidlnK quiet fur ab:t, an hour, fluy clear wh y is dcojwn cM blue curd and the latter ia placed in a draining rack Rfvum d ivinxnj'.ni with obrujoclah. IKflU it In t a. day or rilglilt, un'iSl ns dry &i du truJ, wkan it to oaXr.'d with 1 2 p wik.8 d3 t&sli ICO poumdt of curd, a d ij io(!y fc.tt ulu. it con be mado .i iioctx.miM whleii wim viii i Ckitu rtrUff3, or ilh' dur- bu!i j uiuiik secy to pavfjouaila Id 1 in iu tho ipnooJ td u. chci iuacaMnii, r,bor ttti Mitftuug (bo Wbwi:o of di umiwi 9 was. Fackteg and til'iy tmaA ufjjoffxm, -i eiwj ivjquir wMi Uwm Hut jwWjc I net femttar fur-nit1-crt-UB- TaRe What Pill? Why, a Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n "f Easy. Pill, of course. Good for all kinds of pain. Used to relieve Neuralgia, Headache, Nervousness, Rheu- matism, Sciatica, Kidney Pains, Lumbago, Locomotor Ataxia, Backache, Stomachache, Periodical Pains of women, and for pain in any part of the body. "I have used Dr. Miles' medicines for over 13 yean and find them excellent. I Pills in the keep Dr. Mile1 house all the time and would not thlulc of taking a journey without them, no matter bow tkor t a distance I am going. I caaaotpralte them enough." Mite Lou M. Churchill. 63 High St, Pcaacook, N. II. At all druMltta. MILKS MEDICAL SO., Elkhart, Ind. Anti-1'aln p3(Ctd DaH, lf dftinkid to aw aj BMbfkf.' It our G. II. BOWER, G. P. A. bo This land when ToolAluK'd wttll Memphis, Tnn. si kiauls, the nio.it .urodtictlvo of all It is ccmpcml of i&M rich soil Weight Reduced by Cutting brought dqwn by lh3 ilwrs depositThe Kohlnoor diamond orlglnalir ed and mix'! .with tflw datxyodveg-ctntio- n weighed S00 karats, but by su.'cessU tor centunUrt. cuttings it has reduced to 106 karatw. On account of tlw dliare.lfkd ow It nership and atatro coniplical'dona How's This? Btatfls would wean that tho United Wo oftor Ono Hundnjd Doliara Government is logically Uie authority to ivdijni iueso landa along tho that for any case of Cntomb. Ca.'jarrlv of cannot bo cured by ILUl'a llnca imrsucd la tha rojamatlon F. J. CHENEY & CO., Cure tlw anid lamti of tiw Vffis. , of Toledo. 0. Tho noeu'Jts Of tho irrigation Wo, 'ho undureJgEcd, haw known tho arid landi cf the Far WisUutd yiara. tihe iKjfi8".ibllU8 of the draluaj .or F. J. Cbvnoy for tlio Jatt? 16 tlv bwauip landa of tho Groat South', and believe him nenfootily lionoinbli in ail busintss tnvncactiiqns wul figljn and O'ewboro, will bo nancially nblo to carry out any (b 4ga att n lcn in an olaboiuta WiIb tlon ui'ulo by his fjuu, haa b on pLinnotl that ooniBiesB. lAiflcu from all ivarta WALDING, IC1NNAN & lAaiVlN, Wholosal') Dmggtois.ToCodo 0. of Uio country, as wuM a fonpi tvp ij Bitivoa, havo bean luvdtod, and ly,Hall's Catarrh Ouro la rtak'jn In urea noting dlrxwtly upen (hie buod a goodly attendance I xo.atod. w6ao of tho ayintoni. LAND SHOW, 'NOV. 18 TO DEC. ?. and nvuqotu a?nt froe. Prie--J 75 oU. An ocular dwiwiwrtraWon uf the ag- TjBieoJal ricultural and' honticwJitural dovKdop-f- &&' boiMe. Sold by bH damglcita. tor, om- Take HaU's Kwmi)y-Hof W4f wouout itfee Vattd U'ii. A. a4it)dance of oirr 400,- - stlnaWdin. tt ' 'J lO.OOO.'OOO of cllizomsh ... lie-wa- rd ia,r-ticul- ar pro-gra- an fr i m. Hartford Republican. hrr ai BWSfBf ft f "TIM twnr stH SK4SS9 ikK. press sown mh In t twsr rutlulSwi SjrST el the tfc Mae " tebor a erowa of Umtm mm mt m ' tk?t mm JMPSS1 no lilt R SJSWWV C M. BARNETT, J. J. NEY EDITORS &M 0t ttottttca awi NUcwtssre, trf TVess. Dur- aacl 4r Ok owfeia years Iw Mt FOSTER liter the IwV.it.worn a crows of thorn, but he baft - lit UMvensXy couwm CWMsT ifl A(nw4Nif On seowl tar nf Jiwrj " (sm CMfct at Artralsarw at MMMTt U1 tHUn ita ts I a oH eBotiga to "cro-Bfactory.. Ha s a mUHowsiro PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. t v, but If bis peHeies Had bees t 313 inilhm dedlsM, but Jm 18M K bad to dorsad bythuttHMitryiii ISO fee ingV. AMrem aH eeiamu&lcaUoBS Uj able to wcr a bine una suit on fill a tx 213 jallKona. In 1SK it was Hartford Republican. Sunday and uwa a hlakury eWrt end only 26 mlllloas. In 1S5 tfw farm ovuraUs for work taays. "Oa cjcoounft value at fehe ears crop was 896 mHl-io- H dolW3, whlah dn 186 hMl fallen avusa.'oozln.xxi. .40. of what the guld standard oad a Pro. .S2. tective Tardtf has done fur bAm ho ferent mfm'e JflwikACWrtwtr , in dif- to Idl milUoDB. The value of farm nourh rooms. ought to worship at (the shrine of 2,461 fnHVonj.acJ iyjef. possible anlmais la ViZ was This wvtdk affords FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8. McKinlcy and ls the mast Kiy&I the enormous seei la 1866 bad dwino&'y ia hoar m opporun-i'iynet In tin country. Marian (la.) and Instrtictlve pnmy:ti' by dled to 1,727 milMans. These flgurs Regiater. from official nunra It is growing store evident that Mr. i praxical and nwH of6t?.' are prfsasred farm1 ru Bryan will Iw a caadidato a fourth vi. also and all waga eamB and reputation, and naion-fR'id- e No Iniquity in Schedule K. should read and refl.'ct. time for the presidency. an opuMualty tp a langvyaijorlty Democratic Mr. Undonwood, the sucsojeful fSarwrrn acd Got. ThaTcar must bo doing things leider In the tower house uf Oongrtea of tia most Bethlehem. sUJckmen of our Stato. Not osilywlll mimbt of In a reoaiiit dowa la Panama from th figured out that tin 3 farmer CInd (the M'lk ancnt at D Ui.'icih.am, Batht hi on, stones thrown a: hdni. the total Tariff on ths otath that tho collrge pleasant Shimmering afar, and ivrcfiabL, e-to eniUTs intoasmtofchrbos is $2.13 2 Con-gr-President but also his wre and dausiater will Undsw.aA th j sunc'ght dKjsult is all 'wool. Jt find ajfems to have b:nn wxil receive That is 'Wli-i. that ejuclal arrans;nvn's ibavo Underneath ch-- s"or, by ovcrybody, exeffit a fuw DjmDcrats is not at all probable fcbe removal of beta nude for than in tba"wjty of You are Ike a precious g.im" i who think nothing fehould be done tx-u- this Tariff would cheapen milts one ins.xua.ion eesnamdea (Gold and Ivory), in hous-hecent, but uwuld iut thourands uf Tariff smaahlns. LooturcS (demonstrations ami practical Sn upon fche morning hilJs American &ut makers out of tlHr Fur the taorid to sea. exercises in cooking, bjwk, home Why should a fakir be pumiitteo jobs and send tiwm to the froeEoup decoration and other tnaitem pyuain-in- g B;'Jilebom, BTthh-h.m- , to opdn up & dry goods store on the nous a for sustenance. So much to tlw honw will ba jT.'jjd. Hartford far lie pur- Wl h our lcnr s and toww Main sUvwt of is mode on this sub During Farmers' WiJik tho Sae Da j- -u over fcccodjmd dwam y suppoeed the Tar iwse of working off old choap rfhod- - ject it is Corn Show will Tia held, wilh a large Through 'Jtti ifleoilng' hours dy closing to poople who would, oth- iff makes a cult cost from $10 to $15 cumb.r cf cit33 for both the adul' ' Dujt erwise buy from our own aner more than it would Thai ycu har.e for dladtsm at-material? Do we we have good DmocraUc authority, and bo's d partments, and a meat 1 What none other knows, chants good tractive premium Itat is ofcj.1. At S it upon the morning bills, I Underwood, thhi it only not owe our merchant some consW-eraiio- n Conere.-enxu-i the same time there will Uj hrld the and protection? Th tnonvy amuuncs to $2.13 on the material for White Judean rasa? xhlbij9 i State Dairy Show, rlth of carried away by this wandering Jew the 'best quality cl all wool cults, it milk and croain of both oaUlfidnnd D thlehem, BjUilehem. f who was vrtth us la:4 Monday, will Is bett to know tha truth, and wihpn markxit c'asaes, and bul'u tnade at OansecratJ afar, probably iwvcr g't hack to Hartford. it is known thtiro ntll be less talk the creamery and on (hrj fjrrn, inch Glad .benath ihe sunlight, or Ohio county. If Wt with our own about the "inilquita' of schedule K," pTvjntium Blest bjnn.tt.jh tho star, up Dur for there cs no iniquity In that Bch'ad-ul- ?. In its olasts. A b paw u holp to ko-merchants, who list will ho offered fcir the -- varaous You have Him for anadem, churches, schools, ic, and who pay Tako off this duty and it Is clasjtB making it wwll woitih whila Him to whom men pray, i safe to say like Che five hide businecB thrua kinds of taxes every year. to comp:,te in any Df thdai. Th. S'a. Barn upon 4he mru:rg hills would holp all of us at soms plaoa or the small adumtage will ib2 well ab- Horticultural Scciery is also arrang That fljst Christmas day! time. We are consistently for protec- sorbjd before it reacho the purohaJor ing for an elaborate exhublt. Bp cial CMntcn SccHard in D cembor Up- we would have prevent- of clothus. Eagle Onove (la.) Eagle. tion. folders giving Information cone mlng pincotfs. ed this fakir from selling here not Kiehvof thrae dTrimt:oits wlll Iu PALO. only Injustice to our merchaoits, but mailed to any on a on swiue-tf- , Dec. 5. Mr. James It. Burden, of for the Kik of our uwn business R.jdu3td ratoa have hijn aaarrjd prosperity,, and Ihe protection, of Concord, has bought the property oer all the railroad iinis Oj put it thosu who somitim-- s set irarted firum aca'ed by Richard Dooly and within Che means of a lar&jr numtheir monuy thinking they are get movod in same last Saturday. jto at end. Dr. Whitehall's ting a 'bargain. Mrs. Mary White and son, Claude. ber Immjiiately following Farmers' visited her father, Mr. Rufus Boyd, We.k will come tlio ftguiar WIn.w r RHEUMATIC REMEDY The man who would try t discredit n.ar Eordsville, Sunday. Short Courcti in Agnxulture, In. aidFor 15 yean a Standard Remedy for the itire body of organized tobor Mrs. JCanmde F.emster and Mrs. all fonsi of Rheumatism, Iambi two l aders in one branch of It Charlie Feemater spent the daym'ljtfi ed jr the praotdcal fanm ir who cun- coat. mutciea, tun or iwoJJen no idive his farm to iake o&y of lln jolnti. tore quickly went wrong, 4s too small and narrow Alonao Birtlets, Sunday. relieves tht severe It regular oolldgrd courss Jills' ours- amuuau u, paintj reduces the fever, and eliminates Uuu. iww w.j M AljwW is all smiles. perha, half a hundrcl bmwihes U or. hfi ia& jusX raselvod Q coatinu:s ua'il the midile of. March, the poison from'jjyie system. 60 cents lvtter froin tpaaang a box at druggists. 4 t V1 tI 1.m f d practical farm prabUpis and w- - her aaR . WUI, vow owu Js ja tfae opera Eta JiadrJn HMfe far a Free trial Mex iion3 In a scientific manner. Th i. 01 i..ie um, i i"o-"""! arm V lnrn.tl a nWnro uurUMua v.. M...MW, Dr. Whltshall Msgrlmlns Co. j! lis own affairs isccnCestaed. time w.o3 eel cted durlcg hto wini t ajemenit 18S . tataytu St. South Band, In. the arrival of a twelve pound boy. If would be equally "ae fair to con- Ealil was married Jast Deombir to in'ordsr thatJ itmight'bi ria&? for the ifarmer to leuv h's wyirk,wh!oh demn the ent'fe Umt A Stn& bacause Misj Emma Swan, daughter of Repwould not be the cas if jfllw ' work thi offilcLds of onu nhould Ho wepog, resentative Edward J. San, of e. were conduatfd In She summer. or commit some grav cruno- - fPhis Th? fao'lities for teaching are nir-haeffort comes from the entjnuii uf laMr. Dank Benry has returned from bor and should b-- di sw iK.td according a two na good at the Kentucky Agri iw eks visit wijh relatives and ly. Whan the Kentucky bohoixo grow cultural CV)lKge as ot any o&bjf pi ice friends n ax Louisville. In ihe couKtry, erjfcpiaily In tha casa T3 mere trjdng co orgimoi in ordr Mr. Jack funk and family, of TaCfy, of live stock and dalryins. wVmong to axuw living pnicvti and a few visited Mr. Alonzo Bartlett and fami- tlie subjects misguided persons under the teaching treated will be agronomy, ly las; Saturday night and Sunday. or general field crops,, animal of domagogues oammlt.id crinvs.the hus School at this place Is progressing same effort was made to convict all nicely farm management of Miss bandry .diseases of live tfAak, under the pjrsons who w jto conn with Keown. and home anl'ation, including dairy Within the Next organizations wiith bacteriology,, farm daioying and dairy bulnr, farmers Mr. Alonzo Bartkjtt and Mr. "W. I manag-men- t, night ridifs or sympatlilzere. We "White went to Sunnydale botanj; honticutrjure in last Friday lis all know ,who Inilr.id and jald for on Business. various phajes, econoBmc n.amol-cgy the circulation of theikJ cruel charges. or ithe etudy of injurious and We must close out our imMr. Orval Berry met with a very The McXamara brotherd, having oeneiiaai ina ote, rood can'tnuc.'an mense stock of Hardware painful accc!d-n.- t Friday, whn his their guilt, should be jmnidh-e- d family horse kicked him. on the arm. and mainitenanoe .farm Jaw, iwaJwr and Implements, or anyfoxecaatlng and farm accounts. to 41m fullest extt, JU5t like Mr. Jim Smith ,of Taffy, thing we have in our stock is moving No pains or money have been spared other cniminals. We had hoped that in the property recently we will vacated by 'they were innocnt and would he nbki to make the watk pleasant and prof-liabMr. J. L. L.Grand. iwith to urov6 it. We" sympathized ibook-lto the ifarmer. A "them from tlio start not only b.cause describing tlio short cour,H Wins Fight for Life . in ire naturally havj a. warm place in It woe a lane ond. btoody battle for detail ha3 bam pria'cd and will be our heart for those who are striving life hnt iwaa .woged iy J3iu 13. saaX. on application. Ail is absolute against such great odds, hut be- Monshon, of Newark, N. J. of Mhicb ly fnaa. WAGONS, PLOWS, DISC Ijlood cause of the manner in which they he wriUes: "I hod !ioe& mucih For Intorma'ion addr m HARROWS, ETC. ,w,em annesbd and spirits awpy from from lung bvanorrhaees, ami BTas.very T. R. BRYANT, wwik and runidqwa. Fpr right monibh Supcrlnndent Exteaisijn DiiWsIon. thir homes. Labor organiattons I SIS" ahould be careful to word out the was unuiMe to work. Dctuth j kned Milch Cow for Sale. cnlmdnals o far ua possible as. soon aloeo on my lixls, when I lejsuijthivi as tih.y can bi detinated. In the mean weckB ago, to uw Dr. Kinga Kuw Any person desiring to purchase a ma good milch cow would do well time the public xliould pa&s judgsn.-n- t DiHcoviony. Bat it has hMlMl to inyuu quire at The Republican only on tlie guilty. The thousinds of grtaily. It Is doing all (hat lacorpo rated Office. U men wbd (belong to the various claim." For iweak, none lunge, obtsti-nal- o ocmUm, etubom coUH hoanre-hb- b, branches of organized labor and who Resolutions of Respect. la Briio, iisthmo, lKy-Av- jr or are as law abiding as any other elate Hall of Acme Lodge No. 330, I. 0. any throat or- Jung trouble to e. of our citizens should not be made to COc and fl.OO. Trial botitlo 0. F., Hartford, Ky., Noiv. 21, 1911. ffT In th(4r efforts to better this fp.e. OuxmuiteU iby ultl drug- - Wheivaa, 'the Gmad Muster of the condition in life. Univei'B'ilias called from w our . i Ibrother, Frank Rocidi, bo "C More Texas Protectionists. Mrs. Pickett and Southern. Poets. ReeolVed,, thafc In his death our The Soutii Is developing many u.jw lodge has lout a faithful and zthlous In a dldpasb of Xcltvjnber is, Vroin Athena, Texas, we of ita ccnaul- - WTitrra Urnse days, 4bu the old on--S number, a true Odd Felioti; that we ida-lootf tii'es.ono aC Antohen are not forgotitun, and all mawtaliM strive to (uiuhuto his virtui.H and his Four residences in wfjih a oapl-l- readers hehiw Mason and Dlxona Hive djvatfon to and (tho otn.T a Wlnf-eld- , the lrlncli)k of our and above it ioo iwiU welcome Olrs. beloved order; ihat, ,we exbud stock of 1100,000, and tha,t Hhe not Ky., Prices ranging our company will ins all n w niMhlciury La Salle Ooxbjll PI&kMit'is nuw boAm heantfolt to tile faintly from 675. to $875. and gmaitly nlarjn tho plam's. of arilcHti un iamous lltorary i.fcpl and couuneud thuii (to IIUu 3io oon- iHave several improved and This ds welcome news. t imdlcoi'MS and piao.H of the South, now awtur-in- s trolH all of our actions and iljsuW, in LIPPINCOKT'S. Tho first pa- and Who dcnith all ;UUis) wML hat Twxas wUl turn out moiro jxjury unimproved farms for sale. , Ru3ol-udfor hur own use, iustead of buylrjghr per, '"Tho Sunriso Poot",whcm Uuit th"3j rwsolui nt bu All at a bargain. Write or SouiKinuur wiU recognize as Sid- M'reud uiiuu our record, pubWOued pofciary elajwhivj, and a&o that Texas will turn out mon lVufi puioctfts. ney Lnal.ir to dn ie December lasu-j- . lu our C3uncy fiajieiy und Kealwieky I call for full information. "Coru,' oihq cif LariMi-'o moat famoua Odd Fviluw, and that a ooy b oune Nttdus Is so fatal to the List your Real Estalb with doctrine aa ln (lvelopirj wt iuiw works, ia jvjxriaiod toum an Kirly be pieivaA d to the family of our me, and I will get what you numtbur of LII'PlKCOT.T'S, in whtcii (broth or, tedusos or 'h? onlirvrtn n t (( want. Buy and sell on C. M. BARNHfTfT, aiti alnoady uitabltshul Texan it orftflnol'y aproned. Patera oa E4kit Allan Due wtd hUuino a banxi?r Fiiiwnuao Bitij,, A. B. IULBY. Is twmilDS around. Already tahe has iienA Tteinod mill follaw. ' 0. LUCBNS, qulfo a lot of Protectionists wLo itL'al (Ytnuntttea. "1 rod bMataoubludwith coanlipA eatue, etio-t)- , wool a.nd rios. iNow Ui tr two yeaw and UM, afl of i he is going U haifo aouw t&cg) dkro- - she .beBf iyWelikiie la Bristol, It is Well to. Recall. Tm., tes'jiowtei iu, Oty poMiy Iubiiv Kexitt asd, Wkov ou!d do jiatttgg for mi," Iarheettoeawtwa. stftatjbns disMUsd '' -' V &' re&Mtfek of i'ro 'Hum. K. WUliaKJMddbNbom. ft Twrtef Wkat Bryaa ItAMEY E. DUKE, NEY FOSTER ctum1U at of bs Um f4H be aostgwoA. Jkhmw W It. T Htno wiU be coiMMftwa hy Um tmtmri uf bke vastuw hm . Utock bre &v' aesoeiai Mom, liwssdliio; t'i dairy and b--y oLtiy, awisc, sk w atd Hcr;--, Mirs sjuhmI mHUme Ci t9:!i'u Cora dromes' AiwoodWifc. Atch of dbese Attaaolrt'iima wiK decC9 on day to oir inxwwni, fume of tf wnvja-ttoHiM con-ve'i- oo w Th or JaK wt uwiw in ssrjnKTs' sjsSfenjMrD ttS' ii t. OoriHM hswttot bsr blM, T Umr Ml tk tobartac awl iri- a'sissss. OesusM rssniSa ttom Tfcrtsf Mcrna , - ." - hHSMtfM sMtlAistSMsi sfto tin ssrsn. Mouutoartir-tn- s essb"i3lM&t( ekttyni; thilllond mipky-m- o at m n w irt cVhrown out o u rAjm An potrossje of fnvm iiroaaou was rftstmysd. la 1W1 tM fa m vxKfi of .wtejst pwoHccd was fwntshad snow r alrrr. an 1; . prof-83af- S. SBSaBSaSSSSBsBBBSBSBBteBSjSBBSBsBaasBBBlSSB st ll R per-sonall- y. sp-vc- TafTs-MeMsig- a3 Ji MOTHERS! WE pt Ul are anxious to know your boys We are anxious for them to know A gen-jaH- our business principles upon which we have built this mammoth institution. We want to clothe and serve them right and rear them up to be a part of our gre&t business family. They won't get any business ideas that are not right at this store. We made it point to dress them in a way to make them our customers as long as they live within our reach. Bring them in for their le ! t t .H-n- Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Hose, Underwear, Gloves, Collars and Neckwear You know they are perfectly safe alone in this score. Bring them up in the good, safe way and they will make good, safe men. ly r RHEUMATISM ao E. P, Barnes & Bro., BEAVER DAM, KY 1 l A rUrl-- annnn, Dsl-awai- n . ps To The FARMERS! 1 LET YOUR I crl Christinas Shopping This time be one of continuous pleasure, love and values. If from the Splendid Assortment of Watches, Chains, Charms, Lockets, Bracelets, Pins, Buttons, and Endless variety of Gold and Silver 30 DAYS at Cost a con-lrss- ly at Sell i ii Hi Hartford, Ky, Real 4 beauties at - ip R. W. King's For Sale! You purchase your gifts, your Holi- - Estate day offering will be crowned with " al ta success, Take a look at our new and tiful Christmas Jewelery. thing up-to-da- te. beau- Every- - t i t X ov-o- ry )AMo-Trad- s tt de-8e- ad MAKE OUR STORE YOUR SHOPPING PUCE a Owhw Protectioi. wja "0)wo KyK C. K. Quinn, Rwil,, R.W .KING Mtin fSt. HARTFOM. ," ,'. P lu-)b- psakaguM t. JTliiBtllTljLlit'i , ,Iu the Dwaocrattc of 1SW, AVn. J.'laja nMiMnO N9swo-ifo- a SHusMh muto kM: For af4 to Urr 3s$?SftHiiK.' itil drustoto. h A (UiAaU s itwmi ktis : wall aVsla wsrv forathoMghlaVil yanjiUi rrrMiSliJa.ain u&lU 1 sWI wm BailUlBM iflMMHI a IV "M EtaU Dstnlir, locporr,: ; . iy. L c Dress Goods t Xr. w. thla oACioe C. Um, of Monday, Bk, mXai ot MtflClfMlJ rrf n. Mm. B. FnwfcJki to ttw gvmtil Mm. Wftft'fcml A")wuhM Taney Frult"BkU lWV, from 60c ot all klnde o SUGGESTIONS! a com- at J. C. Good tMiil RW.y'a Barber atop, h8 While we carry Lowney'g fin from 10c to $5 00 Try one. line or Box Camdy at Iler'a Grocery. shop la t. .$. cufe Mr ai lblky'anaw bfWbvr v plete line of Ladies' Suits and Cloaks, we 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- aid you gft courteous iriowtmuiit tshrm. Mr. E. H, Neighbors, of Olafton,paild Tito Republican a pleasant call,Tiw- - day. Drink Dr. Shoop's HoaAth Coffee. Grocery-ma- n, Sold by U. S. Carson, itle 18tf Mr. JamieH T. Too R"jpublican and l' hddM 'jjonuot tiutitM- ladtss of that cdty. Th ro anj eworrocd cbwwnunlcH- r. cwlvwl at tbJu offioa tWs t w'l t wo ani conTptfiod to huvo Ptftoit apeount cf la)Ho ftrrdal. Thy will Iw prtmod next laau and w wt lwve not tlnw t jit Uw typ for them this week. This ovming a: 7:15 o'clock the Qre-nvlbaakut hall taa.ni will play asatnat iw Wnt Kentucky Seminary team at itlw Aibhjejlc Club rooms at will lTcall ed proniiPtliy, as Uho GuvcnviU (bya leave on the nigihit train. Offflrjral wx, fuVnr 1 aJ rwir- - v A jf, p, "4 jiBfTfc. The question of the most profitable fertilizer for potatoes has been the subject of very JT extended investigations. rryt The conclusion is that 1000 lbs. per acre of ammonia, 8o phosphoric acid and 10o S Bi.r Daan,, Mm I ,1' t'JSk Is er V Trade. t Suitable Trimmings to match the en- tire line. McCall Patterns, the stvlps. mnst nn-tn-ria- .fp m McCall 15 r always in stock. Competent, ' 7 Pttltms No.4347-s- wr careful, i4345-Wi- M "- -, , Price, an attractive dress nl each painstaking and courteous salesladies to help you in your selections. wire" local mtfehanta that appear in this Issue of Th" tfhey want ypur chrifiiUiias "Snap Shots" at Dr. Uin's Oiwru tradrj and are asking for It, Cnll UpIlouuj nnxl Thursday nilghtv Don't on 4)lwm Ix 'forw buying fnoan Ar mall ord r misj it. house or the strott peddler. '"IMwra a pason." Mr, John V. RlloyJ uu.iik- - coromr Dr. V. U. TJio Republican a plenaanit call, yes ho'd an inqu-- st at aiaH-awterday. Saturday Hr. John Djdson, roato 1, Is quit to uyLt ' uoau iLlV UlUCHJ Ul MM liWlu Of Sltm 8U)h..n8. aaid found 111, sufifcnjiK from a rwlanSi. of t: met deV.h accidentally,! Ho nlso til phcid faur. same day held on lnqaist wnioemlng Mru. Canri,- V. Cojppaig, of llvmi Kinby, th of BM Gertrude boldt, Mo., 1b visiting hw aurot, MM age 12 In Ms roiwri Dr. MUv tiQAjA R. R. WoJdtns. that the uvtd ince indlcalxxl bh nuit If you havr) nvwr shaved nt RMi-y'- s tT diith acoidoniaUy. Dr. Rilttywas Barber Shop ypu should Co eo and Iso called to Horae Btuncli Wodn s- see haw good ypu tosl. i")'i whne ha hHd a ifjiat niorti m cx1-Attorney McDowell A. Foglo 'a abki inatlon ovvt Kie body of Odiss Flor. lo ibi mit aflter muttering eevPral days antuj Morris, agio IC. qulto sievwruliy .with rheumatism. w Corn Wanted. M srs. Crit Martin, R 3, IVawr ginning Monday, December U. Dain; and Mr. Janie3 A3bliy wjro ftB call.es at tlw Republican offlco, SaiU W. E. Ellis and E. E. Illrkh, ad will pay 50c per bushel for corn, shucked urdrny. on track in SOU Mrs. C il. Barui,'tt nJtui-m-Mon and plclied, 2ltl day afAirmtcKwi from a Bhoin. "isi!t Mih bushel lats. hr (taJughfiur, Mrs. E. W. Cooycr, ui For sale at a Bargain. Wtsd-nsday. y d Dam, routy 1, a pkasnat qalU paid of the "live 25 ceiuta. You sliould nrad tb advr:i3fjnviUi for the late crop are the for ratly potatoei and 800 11m. of most profitable under average condition!. The Potash iliould he in the form of Sulfate. Many growers use double these amounts. Such brands can be had if you insist upon them. Do not accept potato fertilizers of low grade. 1 Write us for Potash prices and for Free books with formulas ana directions. GERMAN KALI WORKS, Inc. Continental Bldg., Baltimore MonadnockBlock.ChlcafO Whltncjr Central Bank Buildinf , New Orlean. POTASH IiJa ! & r . m 1J x-b- AI jl- IThe Equity Storef And save from 10 to 25 per cent. a. Can you use a real $10 Suit at $G.40 or an Odd pair of Pant?, or a large Eight Day Clock at 1.75? Or a pair of Shoes or a Suit of the best Underwear, or Hats or Caps? A large assortment to sokct from. Best Barrel Salt, $1.40 per barrel. Visit Our Store. Your patronage depends upon the success of the 10 per cent. Store. "i 1? x- -. A HP A . t Naulm-illo- . M!a3 Nona Wkidding, who ds taachin. fc school, spent the ThaakisglvInB holi days with Jior pan;ate, Dr. and Mro. fafo, sound and iiogltlmiaft.T. S. J. Wadding. Invos igation soUcJ d. For full Mr. O. T. O'Bannon, who Ca localtod addn es Box X Y Z, cane The at Durksvllle and Hazard, Ky., in thvj Rfil.ubKean. 21tt cross tile busiwss, spuint a le(v days hjiv with his family raoemtly. FOR FLETCHER'S Mr. C. IC Quinn, fiho real tHtato d Oi'ct of Rockport, wax in Hartford I on ibualntvcs Monday. In anptihior ypu will fllnid thus advj:iisen3r.ot. Mrs. Nancy Miller, of Deantleld, has anrivcsd liirw and will spend the wiln-te- ir in Hantford with In r a!a'rsny. Blla Rhoads and Mra. Aimio Rhonda If you waxf to onjy a good evening's anhertainroent, go (to Hue Qpfra Hc3j next Thuriduiy night. For iWn- -j Men should stave at Riley's. efit LadJca Circle WPodmiyn of ths Piano coupons with every CASH World. A" purchase ait Fains', ilr. C. H. Goldsmith, lus jvturncd FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8. All kinds of printing done at The to ihls horn s at Evansvllle. Ind., aTtr D Republican office. apinding a friw dayp dn Ohils city th BUI 4VK''llnol8CentralRallroad--Tlm- e Don't forg t th big slump in Mi- gust of Messrs. L. M. and E. E. llinery dot at Fairs'. . Rhoads. Table. $. aMBHMBRBHiHBHIII Se-Fain Coat Sajs.. Prices and Mrs. L&visu U. Foist ir und daughter, At Beaver Dam Ky. Quality will pleas ? jou. Alice, latt laat wo k for OwwiMboro, I have put on display the Trado at Fairs and .gi tho ivlano where thuy Willi in the future, Hnnlti Bonud. North Bound. having (talwn apartments n Frtiderio. couiiona for your friends. No.Ul (lull:S5n.nj. No.lS2du .05 a in. highest grade, most When you want Amimuniltjlon or st'Kt In that city. No. 101 due 2 48 p.m. Ko.lJl(luU.2Sp. m. 55p, in Guns, call on U.'S. Caraon, the Gro 1 iu. Lewis R1W rmturinr.Hd to Elk- No.lSl dun8 o.toadnt 2:48 p.m. Holiday line carried ceryman. 18tf ton Monday afttirnoon to iwsume lids Ira. E. C. Baund Dali atudi'c? in Vandwibllt Training SohooJ, town no M. H. & . Railroad Time Table wi.re pleasant callersand Rflbcnt OUICo, u.ir tlli3irJillK inunKKlVlUK uuiiuuju at this difli his paivMi'a hero. Sa.'urday. at Hartford, Ky. whole country. in ' AtSnviqtlug of the creditors o L. && N. time card effective Monday Ttho hunting season is now on. Aug. 21st. Gat your outfit from U. 6. Carsonjtho Thomas Mbnumyntail Works held Sat I hought my holiday stock 30 urday afternoon la tho law offices of IStf Nor 112 North Bound duo 7:19 a. m. Grooeryman. dally except Sunday. M days usual Hon. W. S. ljan aaid Mr. Coliunlbus Heavrin & Woodward, Judge C. ' No. 114 North Bound duo 3:40 p, m. ICirns, of Dundje. traniaaW business Crowe was named as asalgnie'-s- . & and shall always huy dally except Sunday. W. E. ElUs has tlio best and In Hantifwaxl Wdni aiJiy ttf :wmoon. h, iff No. 115 South Bound duo 8:45 a, m vanlotiy of feiod stjuK in town for Don't worry witlitihat-Cougbut I avoided hereafter, dally except Sunday. ,' tihahlgihst cash got a ibottlo of Foley's Honk-and sale ad will paj-yopm No. 113 South Bound duo 1:46 prices for all kinds of produae. A'sJ Tar Comiwund at Ohfo CoumtyDrug of my daily except Sunday. 21t4 Co. 15tf Flour and Mull for eale. H. E. MISCHICE3 Agt vp It has Uee'n a long tlauo fcdnce Help your Xrkmda by itradlne at hill duplicated for unsalable havo Foilrs'. It coa!M jcu naR more and hiorfcy had a good homo latent shoWi Iif jpu want to eee a good oiw goods. Come now while my tlvn yuu hj.'l) sumo aa5 to &A the go to th3 Onora Houso nxt ThursPiano. day night and s "Smaj) shtiita." Thmuo hundrid and fifity Boolm in stock is complete, and have your presents laid back they will not damage any. Tho bazaar conducted (by Wio ladl a Viae' Rotary Library, to giva your boat girl a ciuncx to Jud tine Uutost of tlw Mothodlat church closed lut A few things I are: A assortment of Ladies' and Gents' Watches, night in tlw Hartford Houa 'building Shells, Auimunition, etc. booJ8 r only lftc acll. Shot Gunn stand- Chains, Fobs, Chatlain Pins, Brooches, Cuff and wa3 a sucwas front Pins, Belt Pins, Hat Pins, Pins, If you havo not .bought any of our for sale .by U. S. Carsan, the IStf Candy, fiuipoeo you ,doo licxit tlniio point, and over ?300 waa realized for tlw nuwchurch. Emblem Pins, and set, Lockets, Charms, Tie Clasps, Cuff Buttons you want candy. It's fUrue. OHIO Mrs. Sitlio Bod'n, who has been COUNTY DRUG CO., Incorporated. Ac U. S. Oarson iwawts your Furs. Co., 141s beaw'n. full line;' Bracelets, Backcombs, Souvenir Spoons, engraved or plain; full line of Wo will diUiplacafUa jwucca for any mlllia.r tcr Fair hay- Letaehfijld, ycHjerday for Millinery Magaalno or group of Magaslns dffor ttediuotfd prlcca now in liVS closad tjho Srtjason JiMre, und also and Hollow Silver and Silver Plated Ware, the "1847" Brand; Cut Glass,Silver od by any tvpufeablo agency. Wlt to at FakB'. belnig callod homi on account of Ui 't. llfir'a Groo.u-- v.Hl havo Fireworks niy !argot now fall catalog. J. Noy. dangerous HWiiesa of hir Blat.r. and Plated Toilet and Manicure Sets, prices; Jewel Cases, Cloth and Hat BrushAn-cyFoator, AIagaz4ae Sabcoi-iirtiofar ihs ixiys. U Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Smith and es, Single Toilet Articles, and nice line of Imported Hand Painted China, or Overcoat weathev nw. FaUTB' have Ranwmberitliat Uio J. Noy Fua'iuriMas children, wiiu had been vliJUine Mr. Coaia. tile Agioncy, oi Hart- and Mrs. H. E. Mlschk, Mt Saturazlne kept in modern Jewelry Store, prices low or lower, your Ir. ford, can swt you any May Attenwy Y. L. Mooltj--aizlae or day atfrnoon for Evanavili ie, whem Thorn Llkn transacted uinJja wt. Ilaricdtoal puMWxd. Cut luiosn w8ir tluy w.M wlslt ro'atiB befoiV) ;' catalogue or other jewelers, considering the most important "quality". So Nawow, Saturday. two or more Mazln-arj ordevd. turnCn'g to th ilr,haniw at Famnorburg, work-kHjTcTlter' ind swar TUta da Tu'jephlenu 18. If other's prices and come and see what you can do Jiome. You are not obli- for Santo Claua, hj don't faW to . TJm anmab o of (Jo. II, a Ky. N. A sjAhkIM fjctj WalEonint consfefing wjm awund and sua hint. to buy. I am especially anxious for every one in Hartford and Ohio coun- w ajiiud to m o: jutcw armory so,,ut- of "fim Xbtiti," a, ehrei jrtiy, di'Ilte, SmA yaw ordure tor any Maaaica seca and iiMiaital nnunbjria ViIM IfW doy ii0k', Die. a for drill, and at tli.4 , . . . ., . . or ut of MaeMtoat to J. Ny Fos- -' aitvsH aft Cjw Ojv.a Iktuaj u xt Thura-da- y ltn) it wl 1 oi'bo be decided who'Ji r iy, ii possiDie, 10 come in see wnat you nave in tne way ot a jewelry isW tw and your ordw will l wi Jl ao,endi:iw utafct tat bnkilt of (hi LtodixU attiaaMoa. af O (v. '"MeOrcary tu. Fruwkfon m Some of you have not been in, come thfs time. W. Q. W, ltywkir i.vteui, 13. T&ara te a eiWedld wovi W bav Jst reeWa a iww u!oiur ahow u4b c at Ur. IkW Ojwa ily of tyyo writer rHibea for Smi mw.ry frliwW in Uik county Tl PsMHtor. Ne. 2. tMMwrfteM. Huiun iff my Friday CM wCU I44 agr..wb'y euqHSLid wIh.41 IU y i nights nowMdaM.' Th UteM and HaiMoHl KpaMta. tern ttat 1'ivT. U. C. UrNk, of NWw a oatAlog HtkouU It yu ammifi fw& th- - ...v 4tm DifWKJiit, Atik., land M(m Alna Da(J, bMftfi flAMMBhMVA ' Gaoda. ak 'far mm. WjLI aw " ' Don't forget this, and bear that saves you money. in in a cona jui d:lng busfino b divldjnds ndll pny splendid and double your money in a sihojit which, t Snnr mind that it pays to trade with a pair-tlcul- house Children Cry I Jackson & Stevens,! jE4$&&C0, col-uin- m CASTO RA Hartford Republican. IMPORTA TlI ill:: 11 0 Mil I ill 16 1 1(1 largest, any artford larger than this earlier than this -- u 4 year, as earlier getting a large part carry large ft-- u. ory Scarf Ringsplain a a Flat n all a Sab-onlpllo- u anything a at as than part K "..,,. .... get gated at m ana -- suie. t jrt r. atutu sl& wtit i 4 4DitHBlii MUK ynfm , 'W .u,. vnu wmii -- t 'f'ff 1 ttmmm. H sad;g4iT J.B.TAPPAN, Hartford,Ky. ' ff$ wtiMl yvM PpwtVwikii. b JEWELER aincl QTICIAN. . v4 BUSINESS BUILDING By DUNDAS HENDERSON ot m C. K. XkimKanM Adlttrtlrfvc Man Co., OWoseo. LIFE TKLFII TIE SEASffi A Reliable f ATARRK wmonmmzommjm, ilf. Btrhhea. Clreutt 0tirt-- T. WA D. kinmm, Atternay: W. Ckrk; T. U! Fe' Jallar) at O. lix, Maator Cwwwlaleaer; k; T. Catttiw, Black, SherTruatee Jury Faadj T. H. A. I. iff, Hartford.. Dputl-- 8. O. Jteewn aay (hl Lon Black. Cewrt eenvenea flrat Moa-eta- Will pramOca Mb protoaHtm n CmttBUmTOmmm eanthiuea three aaaal A tsaaalaaaa saasMsVaastasaal In Fearaary weeka; third Moaday In April, two weaka awl OptattMl rtmaUm a. Specialty. aecond Monday In June, three weekaj third Monday In Oetaber two weeka. R. Wedding, Judge; 0. M, PsanaTT County CoarU-- R. 0. B. Sanra K 8ilth, AtW: S. Tlnaley,' Clrk, torney. Hartford. Court eoavenea Hrat BARNETT SMITH, I Monday la eaah month. on Quarterly Quarterly Court-ueg- ina the fourth MewJay In February, May, August and November. Court of Claims Convenes first TuesHARTFORD, - KY. day In January and first Tuesday In October, Will practice their profession In all t Other County Offlcerr C. S. Morfey, Fordaville, Ky., R. F. V. courts of Ohio and adjoining eat Surveyor, No. 2; IJernard Felix .Aaaeasor, Wart-forand Court of Appeals. 8p tl atKy., R. F. D. No. 2; Henry Leach, tention given to all buatnr Dr. A. 13. to their care. Collections ar.u e.rute4e Hartford; Superintendent, the Prae-tlcRiley, Coroner, Hartford. of Criminal and Real Betate Taw JU8TICB8' COURTS. Specialties. Office la Republican holla B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday lag. after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December. L. O. E. Scott. Cromwell. Wednesday afte 3rd Monday In March, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December. John JI. Miles, Rockport, Friday after HARTFORD, - KY. 3rd Monday in March, Friday after 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd Will practice his profession 'In Ofala Monday In September, Friday after 3rd land adjoining counties and In the Court Monday In December. J. J. Jackson, Centertown, Saturday oi Appeals, criminal practice Colafter 3rd Monday In March, Saturday af lections a Specialty, Office In and Herthe ter 3rd Monday, In June, Saturday after ald building. 3rd Monday In September, Saturday after 3rd Monday In December. M. C. Cook, Ilenfrow, Tuseday after nd Monday In February; Tuesday after ind Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd Monday in August, Tuesday after 2nd MOSLEY, Monday In November. Thomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday after the second Monday in February, Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August, HARTFORD, KY. Wednesday aftor 2nd Monday In November. Will practice his profession In all tha c,' M,,esi Fordsvllle, Thursday .nu Mondav in Kelirnnrv. 'rhurarin.. after Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, .rt fnd Monday In May, Thursday after and In the Court of Appeals. Also Nord Monday In August, Thursdays after tary Public. Office over First, National 2nd Monday In November. Bank. ..Jl " 1',atton. Ralph, Friday after 2nd Monday In Friday after 2nd Monday in May, Friday after 3rd, Mon- iln Aususi' Frlday after 2nd Mon-la- y JOHN B. WlisON 0I1AS. M. CROWE November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe. Judge; O. B. Likens.City Attorney; Sam Riley, Marshal; Court convenes second Monday In each month. GI iMnc,1TJ Williams. R. T. Collins, Clerk; S. K. Cox. Mayor; Treasi WmbTer8r,0f Counc. T. R. HARTFORU, - KY- , Bean, W. M. Fair. Pen TyLor',- - B- - EI"V E- - p- - MooreT praotloe profession In IF IUNTING Ery's Cmm Balm It hnUw tbA d.Vivtl i Pursuit of Game Provw More 4s"i soother, md protects iucm-bmi- Costly than in Former Season. JL 4sir aa! sT rSBf J !" awanwi fOIKf Nvafctat Uc.nl quickly. (rtotes Uie SnMOf II T.wta nnd Suk-11- . Full size 50 itc-UA- V arrh mid drivrk Rw.y a Cold ia tho Ci .Snfr if H ft I ct., at Drug- Btt arra, r. 3tl Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law fuwirvnu, st v ) a4 rafli - Qbioao, V. -- Dec. 5. Th bu:n which clesad Tiiurasny, sost B3ft-a- on 104 t or uy znitu. ly JJrotuer,DO in nquiu lorra, to cems. orrou Street, New YorK. a .acj ijjg&& Wm rizr: ' " Uvea and "resulted in nvona aawere injuries' to 41 n or Iosj k 4! V tigunes are. larger tlwn Ihvm flr laot year. 'Win-ithe dead numjocned 100 w3 and the injured 81. iKtstfjubky In au1a Thjaa Attorneys at Law, nw pu ypj ypj JtetfS.QvnMlpfcfpfl Advertising ' asasasasasaal Service ! THE "F,UN" fcttiiW meg Irre-jlstib- v S luppliedty GEZfrtMERMAIiGl ' CHICACV Tlie annual loss of life in ijie result of ganio has attracted the atnnd by tention of the Governcnien4, direction of Sscretary Witeon of tho al Agricultural Depanimont, Tlw Sunvcy is atudying Uie Wo-logkacoi-djnto the Hat. WEBSTERi New d. International Dictionary THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? tl OP WRITING ADVERTISEMENTS. doing oli this but those rules hare to bo learned. After those rul'dshavo boen acquired, you muat npiply and many other "ofoliglos" to get the desired results, Wio kind ot results that has built large fortunes for Wanomakor, the great department atono imerohonit, and others; To treat this question in a spirit of fun is like the a butcher trying to undentaloo may practice of a physician. He know how to carvo ancoit but he does not know haw to out your appencan dix eo successfully that you live aftor,warda. If you are really bant on tun, Mr. IW.nj'.lMr, try baie-ha- ll or solitaire whilst but keep away from writing advertisements that are not only wast your tag your time hut preventing increased store from goiUne that success to iwhioh it is entitled. If you cannot readily got a local man ito onatnucct your ads, BubscrtijDo to a syndicated advertising service. (tho market. Thano are several on Th : bo sorvio.s are usually Eupllcd in fifty-tw-o with series ot fifity-diw- o caper-plat- e ojectros of itho illustra tions, one for each weoik in the year, at prices Hanging from one dollar per Much of the advertising week up. in those services has been classed as oqual to tjho bast that has made buc- dcinantment co5s for tiho big city stores and nnitional advexUsens. Same reduced faasimlks of this kind ot advertising may be seen ntt tho top of this column. This syndicated axlvertlfilnig Honvlce puts rwithlm the reach of even the smallest retailer, advortisemenB (haic he could not obtain individually for many hundreds of dollars. They are constructed by imn iwho hanx a coun try wude repui'oiUon ns ixjUl advertis- ixi 3)art,s and lange a"0 aid salaricB not cn3y for their BklU but for theiT experience in conBtiuciins juat such adventisemen's aa hovemadi succcea tor thoucond of merchants in the tome position aa yourself. Full ipanticulars of what ia probably the most successful of those ad-ventitteg services may be Obtained from the editor of this newspaper. I oarnesitJy advise retallere to make early anlicatlon for only cnio aervJce can he sold in each town and if you acre a live merchant you are certainly Jos!e inonjy oviery day yau are without euoh a Benvica. this cair tor ithe 'last five Do you Uko tbo fun of wmltlng your ads? Ftfno tun, isn't It? It is tun to bo in business anyhow fun to hav the landlord coma far front lacreotm-in- g fun to have to Bond a cheque for all TJio Ticsult ot tho iniv&stiiga'tdpn auggea'Jons for IrgJalafttoa wdil be jxrs as well hb s'jatdatica FRANK and n u '.!.. i J tl. -. lo month atyl atmnly un to ihavo to buy ibivsad and buttar for the family and plan for tho fu'juw of the olidUnon. Yes, Mr. RotaUar, it ia I un You luiow from Ulster oxjKjnlenoa about that there is nothing funny buginoss. You do not pay ypur hllla from any sense of humor and neither do people give you credit fnomtho In eamo cause. Thene is liilUe tun paying the wages of the firef-clas- s salesman who has to assist you- - in making monioy to pay your creditors and allow you to tuck a email burn snugly away in your bank against a rainy day. It ia all solemn, dV.ttdJy reality, it incquircs all tho thought and sake help of tho highest grade you can eat at a reasonable price to carry through Uio dally trasily. Why should you Uilak it fun to wriio your ads? Do ycu realize that it ia .Just as neqesnay (to havo ou'B&la your ifjxna as it U to havo it in it if you (wish to be And if you ore anxious to innncnae your buaness to the point where it will be classed as amongst tho host producers of the kind, jou villi find that "outside" salesmanship of tho finest order is absolutely necessary. Outside salesmanship means advertising that brings business, in, this category you must pultyourneViipaper adver-Msinitiat is to say, you put jour newspaper advertising in that class if it produces nosulits. Lb is this production of result tha makea all the difference. Only advertteing space that coni'ainB real 6aWpmanahip will Bat real returns. And tho constnuc-tio- n of that Baleamaneihip unakkn all the difference btween' huooceb and failure. tribe writing of successful advertising is an ant or eolence like photography or medicine. be It cannot used successfully by any one rvho has .not studied It closely as any other art or Edaaoe. .The man who, therefore, trios to practice it for fun ia only wasting his money and time. You would not allow nn untrained clerk or omatur to come into your stone and sell jour finest goods Work Brought Exhaustion. to your b;st customer. tAnd you would call anyone else .who was guilAdol, Ga. "For three yeara" writes ty ot euoh foollahn:3, a bad itdut- - Mrs. C. J. Ilentz, "I Buffered with excihuuu xunuiur, you mouiu not female troubles. When I would lie pect a clonk whom you had engaged down, I could hardly breathe. I to sell groceries, to comiwund could not do any work without being or repair watohea It Is exhausted. I took Oardul according just the same with, advertialns to directions, and now I can do all Unless you know the ruV my work, and do not suffer at all." of the bualneas you cannot Buocxaeful- - Cardul has brought health and ha- iy write ads that are absolutely jto to plness to thousands of weak women, bring customers into jour store and i It acta on tho causo of Women's y . faring, into your cash drawer. made life worth living, and It ycu are in buslneis for fun ia ia miod my homo with Joy and e o write your own ads for thyro achos, headaches, nervousness, drag-i- s nothing easier or "funnier" thanHni. wnniinni nrimo ir,,i mia. to speil jiaur monty oa ery. It rolloves. It cures. Try foolishly. But if jou are in butinosa it C-for money, it is to gut axne-os- o to pirite them for you wiio knotwt Retire the Tinkerers. how in bring customers to our utore Tinkering with the Tariff has aflway incld-.talland, swell jour bank nultod in disaster to our todiuBtitice, account you how "easy" It whether uf tiio faetory or bhe fnmn. Just let me toll tinkering' capital baa gen) Is to write .aIs and then tell mo (how Under the into hiding, except such as is nead'd much fun then is In construing ads on which the Jncrease ot your busi- to create soup houus for the unemployed labor, ysft tlw fana'lcaJ frdondi ness ditpifids and on which you hare A tho reform Taiift timker-er- s, to build a groat art ot your fuund tho luDcViia ot the pubiljo ture. wvjlfaro, can be expeaUd to cantixu TJiore are four points to every suctlw W likening bujiiies., and will Ik cessful advertisements: Must, 'jl a; are retirl by g and bold tho attention of bo cguxd untill must re'4pam at is the ixxsjulble customer in comiKitAMon the roop'o. wioa u r aacomjilhihed, a. i bo, i wt rv&'li every other ndvatjtqur in She lajior; second, you Lave to create will have stable bu v S3 corwlitloi.s ni'.t un i interest in tho g:cd3 you ore a dling; projper'.ty aid hni, tU thon, Ocdir lia.-OiiAniuo. third, you must bring tm ti d cosivic-tk- m into Uie customer's voAoA that d e a bottle Wb n you hive a ao wanijt uie gecMis more tnaa una of Cbamt ttaiti's Ui;h IUnndy. loonjy in her peckot or Iwaik roll; wall soon fix ycu uj Jl tiht and aad last, btu by no meaas hftntjyou will iard otf aty vtxur.cy toward wit&l got the customer into your BBauasoaua. Tufa rmiu.y BteiBS so stone to aobually buy the SDOnta. That's ojaum or oth.ir nararc aH4iisWlM aiviuBi' as oaslde44y. to ail thers la to it. Easy, lwt.it?. iWr ss '! tor as mnx. Kua sy an Tarns re well definwi wles tho3 funny hlUs (that come In veiny uloirly In n report to be pufbllshicd at the end of the yKair. With those to work on, the Federal Govern ment will try to induce the various States to enajot laws .which will de crease tine annual slaughter of Jwi lit ers. This jTcnr's statiiallcs provo tliait n hunter's companion ia the moat.elm- gerous pant of a htmting outfiit. II ' ha3 caused ait least 25 par o?nt of the his of tha sraxm, fatal accidents carelcasuoss ibelng ixsjjonEiJiKio for 21 deacjhs and uhe injury of 14 pensons, who wane luelty enough jto eucape mor tal injuries. os covers. 4700 rages. 6000 II' lustrations. fforant it la the only dictionary lha now uvl&ea. page. A "Stroko of Genius." Because " '" nn encyclopedia In RecasM H Is NEW TION, covering- every field of the world' thoxight, action and culture. The only new unabridged dictionary ia many years. ovcrvoo,ooo Became J HorcJs; moro than over beforo appeared between two Attorney at Law, FELIX, fles , a ls aooepted by tho PeCaH" ' Courts, Schools and Press oa tho one supremo au- Attorney at Law -. YANCYL. thority. Reran bo who knows Wins PeCaB" Success. Let na tell you about this now work. for fpMlnua of nw 41flg4 paf. C. ft CMERJUAM CO., Piltul.rt,SprtnWU,II. I In sen-er- Memory. vans Balos-mans- KUgBtMiptr.ttoSnFBXSftMtafpseUtnapi. I days the White Winged For Messenger of Death has hovered over Uernie the home of Mr. and Mrs. McDowell, and it has descended auc child, taken from them their only little Wilbur, aged eleven months. We und FREE a bottle Germinal, a quick relief For tho first time the fond parents for lung trouble, cought, paint in chat, and that havo knelt beside a lltjtle casket whora run down feeling. (Mtntioa thu pp.) in lay their sweet treasure, and tjhey OHIO MEDICAL COMPANY . COLUMBUS, OHIO have imprinted the laat kiss aipou a Box 95 not, pale angelic brow, llut weop Father and Mother for little Wilbur has gone on before to await your your earning. Be prepared to imet baby again, where there are no tears, ) l no more sorrow,, no panning, and SmW3 In we will not bare to say good-foy- e Heavon. EFFIE. WILSON & CROWE CONSUMPTION'S ? LAWYERS Bar-nar- d, mm m Crowe nnd Dr. E.B. Pendleton? RELIGIOUS SERVICES. AI. R. Phllrrh Kmifli Cam.1... k i ji .,..i ." ftvnninnand .TO imru Sunday In each month. ....h Sunday School 3:45 "' e,V.'"?. S.v.c wednes- t -- i " srsii iMgin I'astor. . VS.' .. morning and evening. Sunday School every ...- ..lectin wedlesdav eveninir. i w "U"C1 pastor. - on? V5?Cs00TiTii!l".te!?-,.- s- Secretary, c. Qlenn- - chairman; i.t Will their al the courts of Ohio aud adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Special attention Klveu to criminal practice and to collections. Gffioo on Main !,-- '"S a., opposite Court House. .jk,nv m ? Christian Church-Servi- ces m- - nnd vVa.y oa.. U n. m. " mm .aCch A Dreadful Wound in "L Sunday m- HARTFORD,,KY. . """ ' V' reliability nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly Sunday Scool 8:45. From a knife, gun, tin can, rusty erery city and town in tlie United States and All Matters Given Prompt Attennn.11 f livminrka nmv inrfh&p Tn- rtr nf Canada, or by mail direct. More sold than SECRET SOCIETIES. any other make. Send for free catalogue. tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A ture, demands prompt tenitmentt witih MnrtfnrH 1 .rAir XI rr is McCALL'S MAGAZINE prevent Buckkm's Arnica Salve to More subscribers than any other fashion meets first and third Monday night in SPECIALTY. magazine million a month. Invaluable. Lat blocd vcAaon or eanerene. Its tlie est styles, patterns, dressmaklap, millinery, P. Foreman .Secretory. qulckos', Kuroat hieaieff for all such plain sewing, fancy needlework, halrdrcssin, -no, xj.V. M. A 11,. OTTO C MARTIN . etiquette, pood storici, etc. Only W cents a llieetfl . Vfrv hlf4i Co S. P. McKENNEY wound3 as a so for Bunns, Boila,Sore3, year (north double), including1 a tree pattern, f?Chm.0.ntl?- T' Moore High Priest; Joiln faubtcribe today, or send for sample copy. Cbaped Skin Enupltlans, Eczoma, INDUCEMENTS Hands, Oorns or Piles. 25c at all WONDERFULPostal brings premium catalogue meets second and fourth Monday toAirents. new cash prlzu offers. Address dnugglsts. and m h.??"80"' W.M. Miss tHE McCAIX CO. 239 1 MS W. 17th St. NEW Y0E t Itourh Ulver Lodge No. 110, ICnlgiits ot tT pastor. McCAIX PATTERNS Celebrated lor ityle, perfect fit, simplicity and Prnor Wea u every fourth 1 P- - ' w " Sunday "" ti "'B"1 J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public Ohio County wc .... ' Ney iT even-r"a,M,- ?i Martin & McKenney Hartford. Ky. oi it! The Hartford Republican 4 t X Business Building Bureau 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? oreman. Record Keeper. Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M. meets every first and third Friday night --... v.jra VJSSSSSSl"' ,ljUla Pendleton. 'Lady 5Set" Traaa. , K. O. T. M.. No. "JtV eve' flr8t night R. D. Walker.and thfd Thursday Commander; L. p. b I s.pan Hartford Tent Fster K- - General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. wi Carpenters and Joiners local No. 1881. JS5 Saturdy n'Kht In each .month ! W" Dl Luce' Se ACRIA fiiiiVA iMr.,wi WE HAVE THE REMEDY We have retained the services locally of the, greatest retail and bank advertising expert in this country, Dundas Henderson, and now put his services at your disposal freed all cost and without condition of any kind. Wrileoutan account of your to whole business troubles, freely and lrankly and tend the-this office. We will pass the letter on to Mr. Hendeifon and you will receive from him in a few days a solution of your difficulties the same kind of solution jthat has made success for thosands in the same positions as yourself. wcond und fourth Friday night in earh month. XV n ,rj.i-.- . "ou' rttna C. MlTBarnett SecreUry. imp. urdor Red ,.Z';"a day night In each month. James C Ben itecordsr" "' "" " rale U1,ler ot .. Hnrtfnrrl Camn tit r uw tt Vn Wt T N n . fi ". w! ns Preston Morton Post No. AdK. aWatiaceT' Tn0lnallW,lllaR's: 4, O. Clerk. A. R.. Electric Bitters weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, aa thousands have testified. Succeed when everything else falls. In nervema prottratloa and female t i N toSos-manshi- p. Commander; A. S. J. M. Rogers, of E. 2 A FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND it President-M.- F back-mone- hap-wiu- It may be that a new style 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 window dressing may be what will bring you the success you lack. Special salesmanship that has made sucese in similiar circumstances may be indicated in y, the money pouring into your money drawer is possible. Your competitors may be worrying you and you may want a knowledge of the latest method of fighting them. You may need help in getting in your bad debts a few hints can be given that have materially helped others out of How to conduct a special sale, or sales, may possibly by the Some Fcheme of that will bring a novel kind Secretary.Treasurcr-- S. D. Kump, Indianapolis, Ind. State Officers: nJS?.?' C,arrS11 county. ITes. T Henderson county Vice Pre Id ,arrett' S. B. Itobertson, McLean county, Sec.- - National Officers; .Sharp, Narrows, Ky. Vice President J. M. Woods. STflMiftUTDfiiiBi sr ik,. la the best medicine ever Mai over a druggist's counter. , ,. nHTrTTaaaaaiaaasjsjBaaBai t : tro-bl- e. shortest way out of your woryour business. ries, But whatever it is. send the fullest particulars of your troublpa to this department and let Dundas HHnderpon help you FREE ""a Organlker. v.. u. Alien. Henry county, and Lat-tl- e Qraves, Allen county, Assistant state organisers. Board of Directors. Ben Watson, War-re- n county; C. M. Barnett, Ohio ty; A, If. Ureoka, Bracken county; counR. K. U ?fy. IIard'n county, and J. F. Doss, Muhlenberg county, Ohio County Officers: B. U Stevens, Pres.. Beaver Dam.Ky. Henry Pirtle, Sec. Hartford, Ky. D., Treas.. Hartford. Ky. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach. Chairman. Hartford.Ky. t. L. U. Tlchenor, Hartford, R. F.JD. No, C. 2. &. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. 4. R, L. White Run, Ky. 5. Richard Plumer, Taylor Mlnes.Ky 0 J. L. Brown, Roekport. Kv. """:" SEEDS9 ajirraaaaVC TWTsT WlrVsaMt -. A SPCCIALOFFEU: ,UkJa t 1.MJ W. Vt..,.M.tHlUl Iuuuuuju iafiajssis: rrnw - asaka yaa ow wnaaaaat roauwW . . 1 1G&iE&&Zm?sr rmpsr. tnvmwm bmv, tint MAAAAMVWAMMAWAMVWWW SEND HI CENTS Me.ln tfeU PMtisi M ymktym TdaakU M. Lu.w. Ad. i This costs you nothir you to make a fpf'ti Further particulars of our offer, n to this office AHcommunicnttonp'i' jiri may help 1 ?h-M- w.ftp I't ! Today o application Z25?i wpmntitrz rAisi. r v i. aT w mS' 11 liid I" " rnJw v lw HjFK wri.aywya-iyJJ - fK tt'ntinl address -- rMtAmA 7eerwjmA ts -- w .. ' - 'rosmoNS' .. AT,. ... 7T -- UNTlfVLr H i - 1 THE HARTFORD PUBLICAN, BualntJis Builaiinf- - "'irnau. 4 ali MXJr $usmessjTXMm?sfaftJZ -jr- -arr &&2grpn Tt RnAi? rw: HartfflH.. Kentucky, t .. "nsrj rrnraa '! &VM1' t". O -S- For Sale OCUPstO i.f(rt imrtgLArchftiMl ..... ..niti AND DCrtNOED.iuiTiaHI,! I Imuraniiijww Sir. mtM.,ctC.i IN vuuua vHnu iraua Wax., I rocrnchU, ALL COUNTRIES. fluthest itirtel niM WatMngton tarn tmf, menty njim mi paint, ( - Real Estate! 50 Acres of tho finest Rough river bottoni land located thrco miles west of Hartford. About 20 acres In cultivation. Good dwelling and out buildings. A bargain for ?1,250. v THE HOME CIRCLE Column Pleasant Evening Reveries A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers as They Join the Home Circle at Evening Tide. V IHsssWHw Tl pjmrt tnd lnfrlgmnt Prfctlea Exclusivity. Writ, or maw to us at IKMk MrMt, MW VMM Itatn rtmt CWe, I WMmBBTOK, D. c. Crude Thoughts From the Editorial Pen t!ia,tJsUii9l.yotiho micrutal and moral and nxullarltdos! Thou nrucofsoa almply, crpons o Uiutli naturaUy, automatically. A .bud idoce no,t,'booconij a tlowac by dnuvaronit tin gijTS XordiiK Jits dillcaito petals apart; It ncqulTos marely eo'if rora'Atiton., solf draveloipmoiKt through salt activity, nnUrral unJoldlng, normal BncrwIBi In lianmoiiy iwd(th Its cnTlronjnaintj thr3 mlrwl ..kAAAi.. . SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBaW jjjmjra COPVRiaHTB An. A nrons tending a sketch and description mar lulcklr ascertain our opinion free whether an tttT.ntlon Ispronnblrpatentanla, Communlrn. ctlrrotindantlal. uons IBOOK on Patents aont free. Oldest for ..curing patent. tnronzrt Hurra A Co. recurs I'atenu ffcil node, without charts, In the OVER 68 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks dcsions un acres of fine bottom .Tw first duly of a man Is o his land from ono and a half to two home, to Ms wlfo and his cMJAnenv If mites of Hartford, part of it with Umber. Also about 75 acres of up- ho ds so fanutmio as to hava tthiin. land belonging to the same, tract Wo bollcMa many lltvei ova Terms easy. not as much by tho itarms of li&j, as e by drlCtlcg with thio fctdo and Hiking A now ono and one-ha- lf story frame fcn conitaot building with flvo rooms and large thioao racks and coming wijh .tho hlddin sins rund ilamgcrs rocptleon hall, built out of tho best Bolectcfl material. Situated on Clay otonig tho eflrore. Push cotton fjhe iJo-and Fccdrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. w,alor, licriid j"our bark up tho Blndaim, Lot 60x205 feet. Fine well of soft lazy redptat people tirCtft water. All necessary out buildings. nor3 but with tho itJdo. Terms reasonable. C0 p Wo have Do you feel all fired out? Do you sometime linnK VOU lust can t work owiv nt vntir nrnlrs. Ion or trade any longer? Do you hove a poor ape l nnd iujt a iuaf. at fjl.a. .UIinDlO 10 siecp ri JTB nrrunu uiiu infills .!! Tour nerves oil done, and vour atnmnrli inn P !! bition to forge ahead in the world left you P If so, you might as well put a stop to your misery. You can do it if you will. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will mate you a different individual. It will set your lazy liver to work. It will set tliinf-- right In your stomach, and your appetlto will como back. It will purify your blood. If there is any tendency in your family toward consumption. 11 win Keep mar. oreau destroyer away, liven alter con- auinpuun ims uimosr. Rained a lootliold in tho form ot a lingering cough, bronchitis, or bleeding at the lungs, it will bring about a ' euro In 98 per cent, of all cases. It Is a remedy prepared by Dr. R. V. Pierce, ' of Buffalo, N. Y., whoso advice it given free to all who wish to write him. Ilia 1 great success has como from his wide cxpcricnco and varied practice. g Don't bo wheedled by a dealer into taking inferior substl- tutcs for Dr. Pierce's medicines, recommended to bo "just as good." Dr. J Pierce's medicines are op known composition. Their every ingredient printed on their wrappers. Made from roots without alcohol. Contain no drugs. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. jsx ..., Do You Feel a. This Way? jrwmtzzx:is,&- - a. & penny-grabbin- i habit-formi- ng e Scientific American. Illustrated weeklr. Laraest Mr. eulatlon of anr .clentma Journal, Terms. 13 a fjar. four tpontbs, $1. Bold brail newsdealers. A hanasomelt MUNfl & Co.38IB",-- r. New York Branch Office. m&TBL. Washington. D. U A Subscribe for The Republican $1.00 per year. Good nine room two story dwelling In Centertown, Ky., has good cistern, good cellar, never falling well of water, good stable and other out buildings, ono tacre lot of ground. A Uplendld location for family residence and hotel. Price and terms reasonable. Apply to BAnNETT & FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Ky. POSITIONS GUARANTEED will GUARANTEE you a position If you us real soon. We neod many mora at onco to Bupply tbe enormous demand for our graduates. As soon as we (ret tbe required number of students this offer will bo withdrawn. So write atoncofor particulars. WE ono In tho family aJoitlon every should allays ibo at Ws best. Tho homia ought to bo a heaven. It ought to iw fiB n'fpxly lKOiVcn as is ixxstfiiblo on 'currtih. Thore elioukl ibo mo jur- conptJon nn-- A, firP- of home. haanthstonio and no purposely clouded sunhqaims. S.'lfJsbinoss nlorao ooighit to If onio doairos to improve In man- b3 eufflolenit to make home conduct X mora una dan-- nMver do bo oxcapt by emnlany. .Gartamly all wan,t a plxis- - mlnllng mho nefilnod and good. ant hjotmio. Ccmtalnly all wont smli.a Dlffld-aio- o atton ka.ips ibaok tho1 Inglxwd of frowns. who have in early lUiVj 1ut taw Eodal advanitage3. Tho only way to ovor- Do not dit and jiondor over troubfo; oomo this painful difficulty ils to you canneit dlapol It by making your-- plunge in. It is ono ot thamoat oardly silf mte.rcKhU Novcr look Ini'p U ot aU maladies. A to'h in the ypu cannot tuturo with direpolr; of llfc ,iu Dn. cross a britfe! .until you como to it. aW3 a Ua vxtm iX) non't haTfow your mind over (jhlnga brsuvuly. . . mat canno: m ivjipoa. Liiva conourngi In fflw .present- - TI113 jastt caiuaot now b-ncanrKUiod, and you have jMi to .try the future mi Tiii t1' L. L Tho mother who radiatra jxtico, radiates Etaongtih also. TJio ryjaUirEnniossi noiso, Uno amsh of Hiho llfo of itd,a, mako tiit. alj th umone nooettsaiy to maintain within tie homa an ni'jmos-pheof aorendty and Uw3.itJHcss so tliat Jtho threshold once onasaed,, the outaldo nodso nnid olalTcr and BbrJfa lali acunjly behind. This Is, to GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. & J. F.GILLESPIE HAVE YOUR SUITS ro Cleaned Proprietors i Pressed " ,,' nd " m-i- th ,' 6 III .Ml AND REPAIR on ftng Horseshoeing a Specialty. Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. II I Mi Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and WORK Repaired. I Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per ; month. 1 Hartford Pressing Glilb, j Y. M. C. A. BLDO., eio. w. sonwARTZ rRSMOiraz. BUSINESS COLLEGE IHCOBrOBATKD MTinUBHED 1(104 VI 1112, KY. san m3 (Xor- In sarmiemlte. PEAS Extra Early Alaska . . . Jjjo Bushel sample Latest Model "Itnncer" bicycle famished by us. Oar arents eTerywhere u twwnity yieors rtoleronoa is hit to prove New Early Gradus J5.50 Bushel Ilorslord's Market Garden . j.jo Bushel NO MONUY KEQUIUISU until you receire anfapproe of your bicycle. Wish! arnd haia ralgns Brupncanio. Tha ,wifia Buckbec's Lightning-ExpresJ5.00 Bushel aa II '""iI"i"'K"!u'"""J"'''cetuaert'iainiayarxt,frefaryrtteAt, TKN DAYS' PUKE TItLU.dminjrwhichtlineyou.rnyridetne Mcyclean Is Dossy nmd pnlcMy and pooldah. Lettuce. Radish, Tomato and a full line ot you are men not penectly satisnea or ao not wun I " "r I"" seeas, runts ana Bulbs at lowest growing prices. keep the bicycle ' ship it back to us at our expense and icu will tut bieutttucnt. i Tho husibarwl Is dcinotilcail and F1RTABV PBIfiF'! We tarnish the highest grade bicycles It is possible to mail anidi moan. But Itharo thioy banc your requirements and will quote price. 4.' Pe !nul' Preft abore actual factory cost. You save 1 1! Buy direct from the grower Save so i5 miaaiernen a profits oy Buying direct of us and hare the manufacturer a Kuas jog itbr on the bough, Uka tJvMo gaiarl-d- d Write today. Mention this paper. Monev. . antee behind vonr hmce. llfl NUT llliv 9 iul.nl ilr.. at anjr trie until you receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of fatten and flnosted tuplias, unitdl tho wtod ; trim and rtmarkaNi ifecial ttfftrj to rliler agents. of d'ja'jh ddatodao ithl.ni and awiay thoy 130tlBKkbtSt., iKkferd Seed Ftrns. Rockf or d. s YOU HILL BE AST0M1SHE1 e icu iwtkh we wb hum you mis year. satisfied,ine nignesi rraae Dicrcies ior icu raoni aq. Thioonlyvi'ay to ba rid of. buKblo3 We are with than any other factory. nmtit ihnv fartnrv m IIKJYClIC 1)iAL.IKH. VOU Can ull our him?ls luu vniiv nwn Mm nlastn t nanTlagie maTriagias unrfer that turn, out our prices. Orders filled the day received. 1 double we do not regularly handle second hand bicycles, M flrvpticioas with ono dtrjin of mtutur ns svunua UAnv on hand 'nsoall: r have number ihjuiulks. In trade by our Clucaco retail stores. These we clear ot taken or BIO. Descriptive barnln lists mailed free. 'prompt! ly at prices ranging-Iroi 8J to inc;lu wliocls, Imported roller chains and petals, parts, repairs as) 4MSTER-BRAKEequipment of all kinds at lalf tl usual rttatl fruit. .JiEatWnig higher fiban plajuns witii PUNCTURE-PROO- F .'(Pos and eoapy water. thtym Gmvw eClC-UCIIIH3.imia:Jinig anoro Qannugt ito Iu otd r.iu SAMPLE PAIR ft TO UmtOOUOG OMLY .,' uiat liaory do Cumrel nun ai d o- -, Th rtrular retail trice of ti.tu lira is nwn to ohooso U3o ooijiiixuj ct s to inttcdua vie villi ISM ter tair. but 3tliyouasamputairiornMcasnvnnoracrtM). mlth at Jena: n tMha of Oui Doj.ur.'y M rSTIOBDLE FROM PCHSiEZS Jiay hnlrje to thi sdlecon of a caror Obiss will not lot the riage hons.o or a rlihbon. mlr out.' Sixtv thousand pairs sold last year. Over two hundred thousand pairs iow in use. I mrmUHWrmHs Made In all sizes. It Is lively Laushit'or ts day and eabrdo'y Is and eaivridlnsr.vervdurableand linedinsldewith nlghit, and a Etmlla is tiua twilight tlhat special quality of rubber, which never becomes I low- nomua and whlf h f loses ud small junctures withe w.a. . u kuwsv luuorr uuiiva nanoturs between bothAnd mora ine the air to escape. We have hundreds of letters from satis"A" and strf na "II hovora fied customers stating that their tireshaveonly been pumped and "1," also rim atrip "II than e&tjhi.a-.- , They weigh no more than aponce or twice In a whole season. to prevent rim oattlng. Thj an ordinary tire, the puncture resistingquallties being given tiro will outlast any oth v. ihih.oivibh f.vrv.. UJ KTC1II make SOFT, KLA3T10 aa. ilany a ohdld goes ntltray, ujot The rnrular nrice of these tires is S3 v Der pair, but for ednertlilmrnurrjosewearemakinira special factorvnriceto m- HAUX JUUUIO. thioro da a want of urajiar or the rider of only $4 80 per pair. Ali orders shipped same day letter is received. We ship C O. D. o approval. You do not pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as representee vlrluo nit homo, but ataipty bodausa We will allow a cash discount of 5 per cent (thereby making the price 4.88 per pair) if yo snd VULL CASH WITH OHD13K and enclose this advertisement. You run no rlslc 1 hoiEKj locks euasbinie. A trjhllild ru'Jods sending us on order as the tires may be returned at OUlt expense if for any reason they at smiles as much as t!cwr inlodds 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 caster, run fast? ,' longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price. W wear better, last know that you will be so well pl:ased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your orde VTe want you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer. A homostoad iwlthoult la (pair of old mmm don't buy any kind at any price until you send for a pain mmt aire-- n WT TtMJ fVCaCsV tires on approval and trial 1 fciks ''.Tdme's Hedgethorn Puncture-Proo- f doing chroalclaj" the special introductory price quoted above; or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue wbi aaatiod comtemtodly to ith.o ohdimniy cor-- , describes and emotes all makes and kinds ot tires st about half the usual prices. blcyc". but write us a postal today. UO NOT TUINk OF BUYINa a or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new aad wonderfi nor, would handily bo a hamiea'jtaid at iwUI WW 8ers we are making, It only costs a postal to learn everything. Write it MOW. all. If Kjhoy ana in Una ploturo, fit U cornpla'-ia- . .Thore mou rnay ftnd Uuim, CHICAGO, CYCLE COMPANY, WANTED -- fl RIDER AGENT and district! r" IHEACHT0W1 tired of Ms bargain. love Is rlood, and Iqvo's Half (tlte marjiliae3 iru (Jia world nro rwuhiiigig but bubbles and ixurtjov A man Tvanrta a. wife. Ho caster aboult ftxr an erven exchange, in a. yicair ho is Bncltbee'a "Full of Life" Northern Grown Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of xlvearsof successful 1 seed growing behind them. It pays to . Ht.i.. .1 SMiiL iic ucai, Seasonable Specialties- !i Earliest Red Valentine . . Reiujree Extra Early .. New Stringless Green Pod . Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax Da is New White Wax . . Currle's Rust Proof Wax . SEEDS BEANS Si-i- Hartford, - Ky. HARTFORD, KY. $3.50 Bushel J3.70 J4.50 14.75 S4.50 In Uivo years oald-brc(w'- anco Inhcrfts .... Bushel Bushel Bushel Bushel Bushel HEFLIN & CO., First Class Liverymari Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, f.' ,..,." ,'", rdM-ao- ktm-Unr- lm..w r ?'AZ&TLaZl H. W. BUCKBEE F S, 8 5OHEDGETH0RH TIDCC4 4! L fs.1- - 1 S ir'ffWMflPrVWtlPlPWP'W f? It tih-jd- r IfJpfacks r SEND YOUR FOR BOYS BOY H H a IM slsH LaTCaV w;a ...... MATH EN EY & BATTS as Vanderbilt Training School eun-bsam- sv vmaro JmatO unvuarr Ml ELKTON, KV. d L MUD f Ms KILL the COUCH w CURE the LUNGS and TRarjE. croniDtlr obtained allcounuivSkOrno sobt&ui f PA VI adrenlse- Uwm UwrougUy, at our THAT ipeiue, auu ueip yvu succesa. Bend irodol. photo or sketch for n E C report xv yeaxr pracuca. on pMcniasuity. Dr. King's New Discovery Me A $1.00. Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUN8 TROUBLES. marks u pirrNra f hook on iTonuibis 03-80- nXFCFICNCCS. 1 FonCSiJSI" PBICE TW evwaniiaK S Seventh (Street, vjsts, aj. c. rottnt. write to rvrfreaOuUs OXTAKANXBEO SATISFACTORY. OK KONEY REFUNDED. day in and day out, la all sorts of vwurtihor, a:u'Uast to rtoia'ur ptasxa aud to ono anglhor. When thsr cavos drti', In tfaa middle of tho wiimx-- r f(vr inun.ns Uw did mam "wiluh head of afoi v aitan-tla(o mako bis tact and nowsiaf-abh3 occuau-arjo- d '.our of the kltch. n of tioaa, tho eihud, or tho barn, lingurtng by itho way to throw down a hardful of aia&n for the plncbod poultry. Wli'Ji what mlnutowes ho Is cau'loncd by gratwlmothia- - not to go out Iniiuftlc-,lonU- y oted,and with what a slnslo-hanV- d Joy aho .wolcomKs him wbon ho cornea back to hor asata. ns r Faculty of cttlhg.'-t.mineOur patronage hus men. cmiii friim several Southern States. Twenty-Tou- r dilft'ient towns in Western Kentucky represented this year. Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Hot and Cold A ..milx select school tor boys. Baths. nt ave Meaey and Keep Style by Reading McCall'j Magatise aad UtiagMcCffUPatterBf Vfo knorw Crom aad oxponkmeo ithat bTTlbs SPIQiAL OFFER iaassW ( BHHHT Ladies! J J JsW law V S2ZtE2 Vtual rHaHaamak'u'M't'T' "J'"'i'"l' 'Tfsif, VsftffL&i&Ada PFtie"aMbisIoaautut4yoarmH iliiismi T bt.. SjMbfc Mm, SdllM, M. ClSll'i'"",.ai-''.i'"- M' rrM t " ft-111 llinl" U SpuMla. a ou. WH in sl pj sise a It is ,vsny taconvenkut to bo pooobub no man to poor who has a hairpy hnano and py. Do not ask the tauter or sonw olasewnatia to aalvw tliat fnvnd urobilin. Do It youreal. You tniight as wyIl tot hkn at your lUnwr as "do or velvet oarpota to malco a homa It doM ruat rwiukio Wc DuUtiauma haoi- - Extremely healthful location. $,000 00 recently spent on improvements. NO SALOONS IN THE TOWN OR COUNTY. Moral surroundings excellent. UNEXCELLED AS A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG BOYS. Year Begins September 6, 1911 Write for catalogue. Address all communications to Nineteenth Desk "B" H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H mkali's wmm wtl " taw, V E . tTmmrw JHJ7SiPr11 fulfill w- - Ttlf.r'ni lUinhdll I MinI.M 'ArflUtso Mi MMIwlMtofl uUuiBJTlu,aj. M TU.IWtltoMltMk.vui. nil l LL.. IN MIOOU W. AM New r'aslilon Duslens lit (neb Iksuo, A Ixi niwi)k luformalloa ul 011 all I101110 uliil Only matturs. Km a year iDchidlMt ti a frca luiucru. uxlny or semi coily. for frue unuulo ftUCtU CaHasa r, il I ouaOb fou to ma ke 111 your Iti. ml. luiiiin ittl.tli " riutiiiNKritr unii uuiiio. iiniiiutrfvwuuiiuuj ..l.llili.i.Ci.a you anil tUI'ilc'n Wjilcli willbauvrfrct In ftjlo and lU, IN t-jno lilulirr tkqi 15 cquu Vuii 'or fr 'lvj fi Cstulouo. ( W VM Ch Xoil Ft for itoilluf sub-- f wrii Qui. lirncl nrfrcit rirvinui 'fe.nt ia ti ,i( vaapuiaviVr oUITrr. . McCaa'sMasaslatWlII help you dress Mrl iahlr at a moderate expensoby koeplug yoit postiul on tha blest fashloiu In clothes and tiati. M as hi your auras" for you. Is In studying ottg; ha who ik It 4s th baiwfit, ftnd not ih iwibo eooa it don tU nn't ' ttnu -- Prete, through kok ot TOcogmitiojt ot tha iuiiyUwMy ci ehlWrtm,, pfteii try to fo thtr Brfwas tw a bunglar oiwsa a safe, using th fttnmy ot votawaad or. th dyiMaivlita of Iiiiintahmiiist. It i m smesk o ial MATHENEY & BATTS. RHMh aura Mwl, i,K.Z U' .'us rvwz.'i 51. "& th tJivis aaf, 0w lacUiduUty ootnlAii,ioiiof tho of Uw tolidld 00 awjh niona w, H H H XtiKXKhHXiA BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made fromRoyalCrapeCreamofTartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE Girt UiiM'r history, men you know. to NVanly Owryoiw wa3 compullud They toughened work In boyhood. and nimcVs hy Iwni wmok thiAr sharp, mi d, hter brains by looking out for Miorusolrvt'S. ROYAL I sand la f iw Jtwaiw. Mr. E hA hftppw 'Sw' VeTy Wmm your fot r w,. maA cold, painful aceldeivt' ton lat oveMlnr.. Jlo ftRid your hoiiy ohHkwl fbhrounh and and UUs brethei', Elvla w-wb1Id Mg roM Hram cxposurV, Mm K and atww way he fell, bnkltff' jiolth dee of ChMnberMh'A Cough RMtKdy, bonea in his right Unb be4ow' his yow befono in IkH w knes and sprained 1U wnkK Dts. bw' FVird. and Duff wjre oalled bad Ave-e- d going to bed, and you are nIbkm cerMa wound. He is geMtag along tain to vwrd off r aavere oofkl. For v sale by all dnugBato. in ' alcaly . Ftarde-WllAir. F. K. Hunt aad .w4fe, of nswre visiting rAtoMree ik (ills 1 SUNrtYDALG. 1U BMt of mmmftmm .noy whm Dew. G.M. htm .DW p Jt4 Rnythln Xnm our hvo en Mr. Marry ifeuanoe, iltttle vi)licc, tm I thought limll W,re W mbl balt nAtrdflr-l- kr f Hnbar, Mr. FMy. Bm Dni. Mny fjt e, conMnumlty the past wewk. AH:b Sadie Dncoks, of SlauhiLcirs-vlll- e, THE-MA- AROUND TOWN. W9?ttv one A peculiar accident occurred day recently, and It rosily looked as U Sheriff Black bad money to burn when Bonwlhlng like ?500 in checks waa thrown into the ino through mistake, of cenvns?. it harjyjiKd this way: There was not a buster phico'in town for several days, ending Inst Thursday, .than the Sheriff's office. Beginning Djc; 1, (thie penally far all unpaid taxes want on. nnd Ui,j people wore frying to avoid the vxtitt assesswere ment. In this manner there sooros of tottors going into the office with chocks enclosed. Miss Fle-iw- r, the olfloj deputy, fihlnkfag Ih? loiters had Iwen nnswened, threw n pUe of letters, eftc.. Into the fire, When she went back to her desk to renqw her work she discovered her mistake, Fortunately she remembered th amount and payer of nearly v ory check, with the exception of about )50.00. i who has bven vlsRlng her tester, Mrs. li. J, Perdue, wtlil neUirn home the first of the wink. She 1ms made .many (friends while her 3 who regret to aj? 'her ltnv. 3Hs0Q3 DO s Why is It ahai! no one wonte to live in fclu country anemone? QitltfS arefullof paTipliwho live from "hand to mouth," and whew total rwitjamtJi Is rMprvs'-niUa- l by the clo'iif.ng th,yhevo oa Yoara go .by and tlv.ee persons n3Vor have a home. Thoy Qua what Ind:ipjmdene3 that th proud ownMr of a buia has. if thane is raw needed reform lit Is (to keep the ,ppl3 on the farms and away from oWes. ped-dlons Matie AVllson, Uctssie I OJen-nM- tt Will Be OF" at the Store THE Thanksgiving wna generally observed in Hartford Mils y.ear, nearly nil of ithe stores closing tat at least n part of the day, nnd wirvlos iwero hy'-at the first Christian church; but we have heard of but few ieople in Hartford who had a turkey for nhilr fonaL Monday was Coumity Count day, and and 'witj (Thursday. tiie usual ncnam,panljnit, street, Miss Maggie Ferguson was a pfclas-aand horse jcckioys, wwno much caller at Mrs. Pordiws Jklanilay in evidence, rnwo!ftl!y 'ube fellow who attsnnoon. sold Jii3 wanes on the count liuso Tho school at this lace Is prpgr-33-sin-g squarj. No doubt there Willi bv sev nicely with Miss Bffle Dulte as eral who will namenibeir Mm ifor imony teacher. nioons. iMr. V. R. Ferguson is a frequent Ftaoan erary viewpoint thu fanmlng caller at L. J. Perdues'. Rev. Crow filled his rfigular class of this country Is at Marvlns Clhapei Sunnow than at any panlod sines fcho civil war. Iore people Qwn thlj'.r Own day. Mlsa ElizahOibh Davidson of Hnint-for- d, homes and liittle Cairimi3;mone are fr-:- o firom the yote? of bondagie inXJkfted by is vilaitlng her unole, R. L. and family. burdnsume doibls; more omai bexmlng indapendent each jvnx by moving a Mrs. W. A. Clark wonft to Hftrtfotd, oomfanUiible liii!ng for their fanilliles; mons are "waiting up to Ui e naajsj-'itof oduca-tlongiving tihuir ciiildpjn befltor ndvanitageiJ, and wiithai, itjs- IKjrity and comtrsnilmienit seem to preAND NO MIDDLEMAN'S aj vail throughout fche couitfiry. Uot ati.ll be our wa'jcfliword. nt "' e Al-fo- rd y al pro-gre- (tlie past m;iek. Mr. L. J. Iierdua and wife went to Hcutifoml bhopplng Tuesday aflliernooin- Mt. and 'Mrs. Uohn Willis, of Palo, spent ithe day witli Mr. S. T. Datstfn Lowia, and Jeeele Gilliam vlsJUd Mlsa Sadie Breaks Saturday night. .The ibox supper ait the schooMiouao Thunsday night wa'3 qu!U a succhIm. Mr. ChamUe Wright, of Illinpia, has boon visl'ing lib sistor, air 'J. T. Your CEfoTERTOWN Christmas Shopping Mercantile Co. OF CENTERTOWN, Q Early. Saturday,Dec. 25 Pianos Direct from the Factory PROFITS. $175.00 on time. wamlt to You can say what 'you country icapar has as Tiie wc-hlabout .banquets, suppers and Mie Uke, , th.' in. excuse tor but you have to hand It to Bcmry world thy the city he Taylor as .being a nva waxo wiwn piac Such a publication is not a 0,y hU3lliti33 od upon a committee to furnish 0. puTpt i'bm-ilbanquyt for Rough Hiver Lodge, K, molvUs; it a ulna pr a pvmc ms of P. Ana ho will never nave any t,mm ivhhm the. affair of the dtiate. are trouble dn landing the chairmanship, jt te a 6UIIarvidor of tfcnaaifl and raod3; litis a KX&U Erijnd.a pro-ChriaUnas time there is always ,, , ',..,,,,,, ' " ,i C a- wide 'range of n reseats , that the. cuiio-j- , T .Z toy a untxa vmu jusn iuiili;u Slave yputgskir would Uke y d-,g as-coifurn-Jshed A Fine Piano $150.00, cash. . Used Pianos from $35.00 up. we dau, We s are factory Representatives And get the Business. us for Catalogues. Write Organs from $15.00 up. THE DANIEL 107 V. SAMUELS MUSIC CO. ooagt,; Third St, OWEISSBOROT KY. At to "? .' cts that tbjy r allzo tjlwlr brtofctta-lioo- d and bdeonvj in reality whlait they town are plo:tirqd in print- - The boat yet is what Wttie Pawabyittinlani wieekly dare ncit tw Z: Methodist, or illaptisit, but HI mus(t aa- -i , Mrs. B. F. Zitnmynman, of Louisville" and graiuljjin of Mrs. W. H. ttaiywr, thus it 'bjooim3 itb-- 3airmiontoir of dls- clty, wante. He told his parents the ,L hvhom tiimojogy , nuf otihr day thai lw wani'jed e would ofHaa sumraitie. Even .tho so. man a corfin a hiearae and o31111 e"1111 wl-3r- of a noiloge or in ' . .v. .. mw..- - x mi wiw, u,u M,y, ,u. Mmuj oorporato town are nmall only to lihoeo , . lltlj fellow lives on . J whiu hoamts are too full of psnaqnal FiaJi'a City through which Jt l3 -- .. n.i ff.Lui,liiatmLlby naids a imponit if Homo good diiy, or W - WJV r,.ih, IbU WiiiU1 U1U 4'UH(U3 MJ VUU speaks wtjll a plaoo, or ainigs ,wieM a idea at any mrta sang, or s'Anii high in Klhe cljaas tnoom ahould be mad--a Mr. S. J. Waller, cashier of the that kind of f Bucqess, for more Dundoe Hank, has a relic that la of!Dub!lloly much imHuroft, and doubtliai of gryjat young minue am InjureU. by tine twnmt vaue. U. is a powder liornivvlhlch ho of chtwring words lihan ane made vain by on excess of euali pnatej. na.3 had for ovwr thirty yuans, and Is thmjB-j-.Barld I Sanca bring ham on tflw ntght before fShrlsrtimas. Wo havo heard of many tiings tho children rwainit but the We Handle the Most Complete Line STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Shells, Cigara'and Tobacco, in .... 1 1 ,....,..,. ". Hardware, Oueensware, Ename) Ware, Cutlery, Razors, Shears, fact, everything handled in a first-cla- ss "a-sur- store. ,, Miim-T- t Also a Big 5c, 10c and 25c Counter Where your dimes and dollars do double duty. When in need of anything in our line, you will do well to see us before buying' Quality, price and satisfaction guaranteed. nii-kle- x ? W Hartford Grocery Co. mmmnMmm?HM'4jwm Every family has need of a BOO,d;ro- mi- - noes not know to, njMwy,"?ttcnBaMo ltaIlIMmL yor Bpralns, bnuloea, Huruly is a'titaahod to it. Quito cldarly j aoroniess of the muscle and rheumatic are seoa tho figures of several desr, I pains thane is none btt'or than Cham- E&Ae'ld tilt- - aprctil.yg:o. dasa, and b3rIalaB- - Sold .by all drugsluts. Undeftl mot- of Jio with il to, "E Piurlbus Unura." Mu--. WeUer' praicicu tjhe luionn vory hlgtiy, nnd Just Her Life a Burden. lysB3. Ratcllff, Tex. in u letter from Ratcliff, Mrs. Mattie Campbell sajs, "My ou can Work ia a gnat b'osaing. 1 very suttered not so) now, but somu day jou will health was overy bad. misery month, and at times aiy .hat you w i.Ta f arjULO) e n your byi.ojd days bosau.o yi uw recom-iv- jl I wished for death to end my suffering, for life was a burden to me. I d to iwonk. Bwcaute jou caunrt tried Cardul, and it helped mo right g pavver to do things save by git plnoss." it you suffer as Mrs. Camp-be- ll Juem. Jjuok ov r the euccosuful did, Cardul will certainly holp you, as It did her. Why not try ll wonxl:mfully haaid canjdj iHe s.Jouivd u wihan a mvuie 'boy fawn amotnor boy, '' I VF 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, c ISSb SANTA CLAUS, !SweLters " v't9WI SV, to money can buy. We very finest we ever had. Patterns are very carefully chosen. ! To make the story short, we'll say that we have the best sweaters that 5 OUR New Sweaters are ! l r ' - ur-to- ld have some very quiet shades as well s some very "sporty" colors. We have Sweaters for the little 3 or 4 years old. '" ll do-iD- All sorts of color combinations. We have KIDNEY TROUBLE Suffered Ten Yean monins 1 nanus 10 rc-KU'iv- it? C-- ll Relieved in Three i. Card of Thanks. Wo dtulro to express our heartfelt thanks to our kind ifrlondai amid inolgh- bors, who so kiiuliy assisted in the burial of our dear mother and grand- HfV wimm? msmrrmmB y ,:mm ' Hosiery protection for every member of the family. The darning needle is an implement of needless drudgery. If ever a pair of Wunder-hos- e needs darning within four months of the purchase time, you do not darn them, you get new Wunderhose free. You wear Wunderhose with a sense of satisfaction that only perfect hosiery can fulfill and with freedom from any annoyance in the wear. Four pairs for cither father, mother, soa or daughter, and even for the babycost one dollar per box. Our hosiery department is complete with every sbe and every wantable weht aod color. Sweaters ai low as 50c er as high as $3.00. Come here) with your Sweater 111 ma th ir, Mrs. E. R. Casobler. Tlio klndas of our fnlenda will CMver ho forgottn. May God JbloM each of them, wtLtfi Ilia rioluitbW-ing- s. Mr. notions. T a J and Mrs. D. W. Kkrnnel family. and U" Tlio qulokicr of the loaj tho danjfea: from pawmoul, and other jrihua (Usca&ts. Mr, B. W. U Hall, of Wavwly, Vo., iys:, O. B. I'lZElt, Mt. Storling,Ky wiysj "I flnmly (wlktve3 Ohaaibonkln's "I have suffered with kidney and . Cough lUinn-d- to be aibsoluti'y th'j Madder trouble tor ten years past. bait preparation oh uk for. "Laut March I commoucd using colds. I have rv'mNuni'ond'id It toimy 1'orHBa Hd eontlHHed for three moBtho. Xitomia nil iigcuo I hare Hot tuwl it disco, bot have I Mi For ualo and tiny dnuggisU. witJt me." by all m a .ln." iSiKWmmLmis&'w yMmLmmB a cold i8otAoe rid FI2 E R Carson . Si INCORI'OKATKD Co i it BA.lrSrA.F?ID D.alers. 6c GO, ,. Hartford, Kentucky. r ' w