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The Hartford republican: December 15, 1911 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 hao1911121501_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: December 15, 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. y 6 Z)c i Fine Job Work. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS ftepiiMrcmt, OF ALL THE PEOPLE OP OHIO COUNTY. Subscription $1 per Year No. 22 McNAMARA'S IN PRISON Convicted Dynamiters Taken in Secrecy. VOL. XXIV. PARDONS. THE SOLDIERS r-i HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1911. IngoniU. tloorarvdaiaahotimKmiqrrnin a mm it Ira lUntaoM flMV. house a shont tiff) heard (the .two glrtawho eir, thA l:w ibaan mM. how- wlio panwad the Ithe MUw?, iwieme ptvusx uLUUllU MITURCD (1C llUIflULIl Ul (HEAR RESIGNS FROM THE APPELLATE BENCH Robert f LYCEUM COURSE Will be Given out in Clem- Gov. Willson Extends ency to Guardsmen. For any Offense Committed while ,4 on Duty in "Night Rider" ' Frankfort, Ky., December 11. Gov. y issued tii Willson a proclamation, or blanket pardon, to all members of the State .Guard for any oMenee committed whale an- fluty, espe.orders Cram the Govcnnor, cially during tho "night rldar" troubles during the post four yeans. Tho touching' )s a ccpy of he (pardon: Whereas, during .the might mlder. disc dons in Kentucky the officers and imen hers of the State Guard In cfbedlence to the Goiveimor's orders were station ed In various counties In the of Kentucky, and white on duty under those ordens carririd on a patrol, and wheims, the aaiian of the offiaaTS and eoldlsms on duty was ' of the highest, value to (the Store and prpttaqtad people In their hefmes, uphold She law and maintained order to approval and saildsfaatlon. pf the the peapib of this Ocmmonwieadth, and c .the Goverinor, and, , V ".Wtorcas, to. some countlds the dt3- Ifk yvimy ofcemiems nave sucn inmuonce Tiina power that (they might oardaftor to-daun-,d- er f' Troubles. and did told her playmate that if she not leave lux alone elie Avauld Icill her. Judge Wioddlng in dlsmUslng the defendant stated Wiat owing to her tendir age that tha oaseiwasvery Bad and he w,would pannlt her to return heme It 4a exnootiadj, horower, that the, the oase WlB too brouglut bcrtora grand Jury for mono examination at Its mext term In February, (tine yard, fawlag daoh D5hor, Ahe DawcOi girl U nMagetd to have in Hartford Gov. Willson Appointed Winn to Next Tuesday Night. t J Fill Va-- cancy. a Judge Ed. C. O'Rear resigned as a rtierab r of the Appellate Wnch at Frankfort, Saturday. Thrt kri!lgnatiloa wasj rvcoived by Gov. Wiltnn at 6 o clock, and acoeptnd. "TiM wer a number of appllacanit3 Th?re wwre a number of applicants Winn, of Alt. Sterling, Ky. was appointed .Monday by Gov. Wdllqon, beKenfore flvrtirlng 03 Governor of tucky. Judge O'Rear has dxllned to make any, ,stat:mi;flit. It is understood that he will be th attorn!ar for Uie Bur- l'y Tobacco Soalety and that ho will lay aa.de tha mantle of leadership of the progre-Bivi- e wing of the Republican pamty In Kentucky. Ho toW havu hils offiice3 in Frankfort, and' at the end of the admlnistnauion he may form a pantocrwhip with T. B. MloGngor, third oaMstant So far 'Judge O'Riarbas not pvadj naj plans to prac, tice, law. -aL C. Aoton and at'endlng the meeting going on at that placet Mrs. James Wysonig, of this place has soM her farm to iMr. R. L. Alford and .bought a farm from A. L. Smith naar Concord and ratttl move in the n ar future. ' Mrs. R L.. Alford and Mrs. L)!zlo Whobrey called on .Mrs. S. T. Dofson Sunday attirnoon. i Notice to Poolers. We wish to call mho attenl'ian of the farmers to their tobacco deliveries. BE CAREFUL AND DON'T LET YOUR TOBACCO INJURE IN BULK. W urge' rvery farmer who delivers his tobacco to tha Galtaher, Limited, to call and register. He can do thla by phone. While it may bo a Httle Inconvenient to soma to get to n phone, yet Jt may save jou several dollars "xponae. When you callftthcm by jphone or otherwise, your name will be placed on the book for a certain day, and if you are on hand you will bo unloaded en ithat day, unless there is some unavoidable delay whlc may occur, and in such casa you will be first on the nxt day, but if you fall to come on the day on (Which you are rMgistirtd, then you will call and regis'jr. We ask you this in order that we may' avoid these gluts which so oSton occcur, and on the othar hand, to save the farmer an oxjwnsa unnr.cessary. Try to bring your tobacco In good delivering ordir. So ordered by E. C. BAIRD, Cmlm'n. Ned Wocdman, the naSed cartoonist and ihumoriat v 111 appear at Dr. Bonn' Opera House n3xtTu-edanight under! the aurpie?3 af Hartford Qollego Lyceum bourse. y Trr.,k Prisoners and iR L03 Angjlos, Cal Appeared Car li.-'Depressed Li Heavily " Guarded. Hawiva: familiar yotl matf bo1 Vdth sat institute criminal prpoaecjingB against such of iters and nipnber8ot the State Guard tor oofs done while act- p ins in obedience to said ooxiara of the Governor., TO PREVENT POSSIBILITY, "Now, to prevent my poaaibilliy of ""any criminal pnoeieputioan of aaild of- -I loers and anemibera of ihe State Guar or any one of them, Cor (iheir actions .wallTn duty under the orders of the Governor olid huoauso it to over n year since they were relieved from said tuity, and if any just crlntif-v- l tfrusocuttan could have b.sm Ln.Tjitut-e- d against' iherh or any of them they iwtmld have been Inattoted ibofiqrto mow And, whoruas. It there Is any purpose ohorishud to nietarte such proceed-in&- s it has been delayed Sen Millar to iastuuito thorn after the caqpiraifcion of (the taim af the Governor under whoso orders the said officers and members oi ,the SUte Guard oabed. "Haw, knqw all m-jby these pres-eat- e, that I, Augustus E. "Willson, Governor, do grant a full and free pardon to every of Meer, and pwm-'b- er of ithe State Guardwho wtas placed ion duty during my adrnjimatreftion, jfor any.anid every change wWcih qould be made against them or any one of them for and every aattom Home under 'or- - 4n pursuance of my ouldora oa Governor, and without atitemjpUnig to jname ail included toy his anoVr, but uJiMtnlEig a few for epeaiail lufereneo, I also gramt sucli exeou'iN'o dumoncy "ofia full and'2reo ipandan to OoL Er- Kklne 13. BaesebtoianerOy Major; Lieut 3. Stanley Baeuetit, and the floilawlng enlkted men: Biraioe B. Gaceb,, itUcy U. Bugler, Frank Hay Jli'rJcltf T.Beul aiVth for all their aots wIjHb on such duty In Trigg county, Cbnia'ian .couni.y, Lyon counity or Cllewwy ooun ty. Also Oaoit. H. Q. Gone, iwrgts. Ik C. FMndoB, McFarland, Kennedy ml Cook In Caldwell and Lyon coun-UAlao to tiie ottoans and mem-lie- re of. tike State Guard w&o nrjt"d . H. Laater, said B. B. Gooob, IMiy JD. Butler acid othens. V'WJtotw my hand thto ftth day of .DeoeBber, 1911. (Slsned) "AUGUeTUS E. WILLSOX, "Govewaor tho work of Ned Woodman in the newspapers, humorous publlca'tlons WaBhlng'jon, n?c. 9. postmaster and trade periodicals of the country, today suspended you know little about htm until you General Hitchcock until January l the postal 'reguWjtoa have saau and heard him as an ,enit?r-talne- r. forbidding the tronsmfes&on through the malls of matter beatfog upon the Woodman's ihumor Is of auch a address aide Red Onoss chrls'Jmas character that the printing press can seal or other charity stamps. only show you a small pant of dt This Busponslan was caused by pro-tea- ts To bgin milth, you would probably from business men and bankers, smile If y,cu met him on the etrreet, through fiha R-j- Cnoss, that Impor- because be is funny just to ioolt at, tant businnss mall had been delayed much as he mgneta with aorlouj conaequcoctB. From mow In faoe aad flgura.volqe and gesture. until January i toe Chrlataias Heals language and ld;a be is qualnit may be phcod anywihere on letters You and entertaining. or packages. could listen to his remarks, storks, dialect readings and veraas, een if. you wbi3 bllntafolded, tind be highly actortalr.icd; but you'd ba'ftr usejiour ayes, .heoausi his "kjotures" are built THE MAN AROUND TOWN. around th;ae big craj on piotur.es iwhlch he draws for you whllo jtou aire lister, - ing to telim. Sarao of tbo3e piotuns are pre"ly, Oihars are irresistibly comf--al and all ore strong and fiplitttad and have isoim Have you done your Chrlstma9 shop sart of paint to them. Pleasant and Li nr? laughable sunpnisFis ipenvade his un- you carry away oire prognam.-an- d Judge OJftevftfipsi ealgnad Crpm samethlng .battier than a imero momoryy the AppellatotbrancliJ " cf having been amused. SuTi iwon Road the advWleemianiis 4n tihia is- aj "laatraidtilvo" and upliftlnig" ' sue of." Toe R'publlbaJu SOTKJtumso uscjd by mlniatjns and bit c ofs In eicaklnig of hia work. He Your ihome imerchanits b,lp you. mits that be doesn't bos Just hqw jbher. You ehoukl belji them. Clgure 4t out, but he hop us he 'is nqt Pojtmasiter General F, H. 'Hltcli-ccoc- k doing imuoh hanm. bos granted penmiisakxu for Sea him and hear Mm .laugh and Chnlatma3 skimps to be plaajd upon then think, and the laugh Eomo letitors and' packages. more. Red Cross Seals this Year. - heavy guard in tached to a Southern Deoambor 9. un-d- ar a special car atI'aolft-l- passenger d younger bro'.her,Jame3 B.;left (toalgbt tor Oakland. From there ithey ,will be taken on a special boat tomorrow to San Quentin prison. They (will reach tha prison some time tomorrow morn ing and will be taken In by the prOaon train John J. ilcNamara and his it authorities. exct tMfr-- t ? for itjhe iieadhers ftriled Fost Cards That Go Astray. distribution. Suplt. Lctuk (a exptenting It before Ohnlg'fln!is,hiaa-If you want your p natty tinseled messages of , Bootl ever. postals bearLg or the will greeting of the Hartford tobacco warehouse iwas card platuring an animal to which la opened yeatorday, and tobacco is beth0 attached a metal tall "to roaeh ing dslhiorod. addressed jeu had better kiarn and of It Is announced Now are youeat- - folqw the nules and resulatlon the pasitoffioo (kaiartoinet before mall-1n- s isfled? thum, el33 they .will never bo deMirgtoda juatice Beams to be quicki livered. reasonably sure, and dealdedfty unajn-ttmentMany cards are dally held at tho Hartford office and will ba eynt to the dead letter office to be destroyed Hartford olUzens should be proud of reapon: that brass cannon that was given Here's the "Peat cards having ttnsel, mfca or to the cfity by oapt "VV. E- - Benneltlt. any uqh substance in their make-u- p It has been discovered (that Chi-ca- 3 or rough Cooes must be .placed in en women mako good tightbeTB, ahow-I- velopes, securely aaaled the and they ore much like their white stamp placed on the envelope and aietersv Transparent ennot on the postal. i. velopes may be used provided iihey What prepanatlana are, b4nr vatukf sealed bo tho fclnsol and to entontaln the hundreds of "ohop- - mlM Annnt fnll mt nn.1 tf.h nttfVTnn imonoy r The to anrlve-fo- al. ns ners,Wo dmonoftheWor.Klsaatnvill be in Hartford early In January? I, . , ot ICesAusky." Dowell Girl Dismissed. ik to carry Same people have not done their cent B'jamipe are required Christmas shoppiug, but have made these cards. A card on which, Vi metal rtil is at new determinations for 1912. Sounde ot ntn animal taohrd to tho picture SPOd oa the face of required one cent for tho ail, whleh Gov. "Jim" McCneary was given a is cloaal oa merchandise. big "acmd off" In the Saturday EvenThe cards which are held up do ing Post this weak. not till the requirements. Many of ) i t oniveloPea, Some Now don't you wish you. were for- them are sot in are in envelopes and not Bualod, some tunate la being an Ohio county farmer and had a lot of tobacco for have tho otampson the cards in side transparent envelopes and nearly all aalj? i, have but om cent posrtasa on them. Akncqt evwryone la tow baa a Many Chntstmas cards .will UteVer aroueh ok, for the 'city Boaitl of get to those thw ana iotefflded for If SugarvisorB has radaiid 'the property thaBa ragulaUons ore not compiled ctt the kirwar part at the tex payers of with. Ask at tee atagne wdndow, and the city. ba swe you are itight before malUag. , . jjuau, uumujjiu w . . 1,0 ,.Hi. u) uiii; iw .i adinS m,., x"v it ''jtnaa fpfarl .The wwutalng tnlal of NeUJe Dow-el- a Ned Woadrasgt, 6ke aoted ortoantet ithw ,11 ywc old do,uebtoar ot Mwl-idUand hutsorttaft, will ar at she OpDwwtfi, of WWtatft Mtow, was era House next Tueaday idat ua4r y WW .oGpwiudal tuMora Jtl the amglam krf Uantiarri.Colkjfe ntmwuoon, aad dfcwnfcwttd uoa Gouwe. !th't!haflge ot Vte uder of Btbe) Ger la 4be awry jm1' jsh-ie- ( 0rJteaa Kinby, 1 yam eW. Obm do not fowgMt to do Home real act ngadiwt tb DqwW Otko wWance 8t-uqitoLy-ou- m ' eattrxaly olroutiaB(tteI, Hnd wkeo. dittoed lupea khe Htewd, toW hoc Btoiy pf fr k. i. teqwmd wwnaor. & Tm all at kindiiiBW. , " J vk& iMphotfy a w puaftai, fwWeh ImM iL. ,kwiy jmm w.Mu The a& Ae Mewr iglyM gILve BMVW iAvMbwt wo SoaM of fax ia llnwtijnM em Dm. M, not t iwjMi 1L ' at Ohrtwt-BM- W Why we M aunt from The Left. Wtgoibaek to kgafcts of bid for the rekLsoji why we mount a borse Oram the lett sM. ' Thosa gaUant wh4el wd on ittot aid. wore a faaaavenieat if tv bnpos marie bW to BtouBft from the crftr side; so H "vm ssomsi bs 'w9Mr aad auoh pwwrttoa Is atoKwt ualveraal la civil lUe today sad a reautaeM ta'the lhta will em om- ito IbMr - Hbe mm at4.Uk gtri. nUaaaifcw spi mm iy iinp mm for kur vmr UmtA KM Nket. uwl itfam rot toWrl Mt Mikk Caw far Sale. Aw fwwoa sesMBe to twtrohaBo a Kty viijpy bek into kw room ttmWvsd ly- - not visibad ky Mm. vfsWQft wiimr ,wh vft ac4 wilah nt &j sow wwM do wmU to fin wh0m OtHmj U It is Gov. McCrerry. The Hon. James B. MaCreary and I W. B. TAYLOR, Sec. tb.3lon,. Edward J. JIcDjirmqtt Tvere Ohio Counrty Finance aommlttaa. swoxn in as Governor ami Ltoufeinant Governor, reapeetful'y, of Kentucky Burned at Stake. In the Capitol at Frankfort Tuesday. Frankfort, Ky., Djotmber 9 O'Rear Tho oath of office Ma3 administered Bversala, aged oleven years, aom of by Chief Ju3tlde Hobson. William Evrole of this city, was burned so badly today while tied ito a Birthday Dinner. stake by playmaUs that h!a condiOn Saturday momlne lac. 2ad. 191 tion is critical tonight. . ... . . t a numDer or nruenois ana iv3a.Trsv,c(j oi The boys c!alnv.-- to haw beJn iptay' has ln3 "Indians," and tfod BVfjrgol to tho Mr Jacob Shaver gaheriLd at home, to o'elebra'ja hU CJth stake to incinerate him, to nojjroduco ni ce tdlniner was served and' all a jnovung plcturo hat thyy had. sm, spent a pleasant uay. we wiaa tor The child's shoasjaad the lower part burthday's. of his pants were burned off. He was him many more happy roscu.(d .by a negro who hoard Those present wetvo: Air. D. P. his and wife, Mna Van Porttor and screams. children, Gilbert, Leo and HubentiMrB. Era .Shown and children, Ruth and Attorney 6. A. AnidorBan and famito? Louisville, today B. J., Mrs. W. R. Canson ondchll. ly will kave where they will wjajda in the future. dnen, Jane, Lo'aud and Kltt. Mrs. thi MaJaula Canary and chlldrcai, Gamel Mr. Andernxn is Pncrtdent'of and Victoria and Claude, Mrs. A. L-- . United States Credit Co., of 'Louisvillo Balnd and chlldrioin, Arthur, GUbert, and also has a splendid law praatico Ctay, Comma, Flossie and Hiram, In that oity. It is to ba regretted ha chliSinen, jS3e. Hartford loses this cstimablo family, Mrs. Addle Chiinn and Edyth, Edvnard, Gleadean and ATton, and The Republican Joins their friend Dam; Misses Lou Balrd, In besrt wishes for much prosperity in of Peanl Eastenday, Nannie and Fonnlo their now homo., Balnd, Alice Chinn and' Mattlo Mrs. William Lyons, of nttir Aetna-vi- ll of Beaver Dam; Mjssn3 Hu-ba- it died Saturday afternoon at her Fatherglill, Karl Bjatrow, Mar- home demise after a short illness, tin Canary, Clyde China and tfohn being due to itbe bursting of a blood Emberton and Mrs. Sarah Weterfleld. vjssel Mra Lyons would hajve (been SUSAN CARSON. Gi yaxrs Old next February, and besides a eon, Mr. James Lyons, of Ibis SUNNYDALE. oity, kavts a husband, ftwo other sons Dec 11. We have had a veny nice and four daughters. Funeral mild inter rain and the farmers1 aria busy grip- meat took place at the Hay ntg burj-inping tobacco. ground Sunday niorning sit 10 o'clock. Mr. A. M. Wvthertkmtt;ba3 bought The Order of Eastern Star Ledge, and Ishlixped 2,000 ibuyhela of corn. No., 84, elected. he following at flW-- W Mr. luft Millar and;famdry yestorday for Arkanoas to moke it eers at their nctgular stated mooting last Monday evening for the y.ar their future home. Worthy Ma)tnooK Miss Wdlljo Mr. R.'L. Alford and wflto 'wont 1Q12; Saiih; WorCtoyfl'atnMV C. O. Huno Ha'xtford'todBgr oajbusimtis. Matron, Mlss Anna Miias Nolldo Alford. anfiuTitainicid a ter; Atfcooiato Miss Lizzta J, Poittonr Secre'aacy, fiJW of her Crtlends Satundoy niiight. Mr, and wlio.liave Miller; Treasurer, .Mira Hottlo Riley; Barnard; Mrs. T. R. buen visl'inig their son, Mr. A. M. ComluctrcEB, Mrs. C. M. MondiaQr to their. Associate ConductruBB Wtotborford, returned Orowo. home at Ilardinsburg, Ky. has The many friends in llantford ot Mr. John Dodson, of Palo, for Mr. Gross WllHams, of. Chicago, are been very low of typhoid tavor some timo and is reported , to be gold to learn that he has bxm given some btltter. aas uon a aloe promotion, one Major E. Ruaaoll, Dkttrdet Man- tranafoivod to Mompliifi, Tcmn. For ager of the W. 0. W., ot lftrtttord, four years he has. held u aailendid io- gavo an (interesting talk Thursday trition as cashlir in tho office of the night, Subjeflt "Perfewtadi .WoodertaCt," Novel'y Candy Co., one ot tho largest The W. O. Wis. held their regular concerns of tho kind in the country,. moqilng Saturday ciht and elontcd His new position will carry with it a their ofitoers for the mntlejg year. nice Increase iu salary. A marry crowd in a hay "wagon from Jt Palo, passed 'Hrpugb. iUbta place For sale at a Bargain. eagputo to Beach iVaUaytu SharoB In a concern doing busacaa attend ohurch. dividends Mrp. .Ukvda Doteon'aakl children, which mill pay splendid your money in ahor,t &m Olhi and Bddfch. vMted Uw. R, L. and double Absolutely safe, sound and JogitlnMe. Alford aufldy TtighL, I laTHSttgatton aoUdtod, (For CuUpar Mr. Tom Smith and wife vhfttod Box X Y Z, care The Ucuiara addrv-sMr. Jim Gnay and family (Sunday, 21U Republican. Mr. 0, P. WttHa, of Nswowp, ."as ln'.thta ooDHnuetity iads .wA "I had beov. trouble with toaartApa-tao- a M-- . and Aim. L. J. Pvlw.'lt test for two yearn Bed tried all of wwk tor a itaa dye visit to their she bfcMt pbycialaes la BrtetoL Tesci.. pansMs at Otay.jKy., ail BteujfbttCT and thev eouM do aothteg for me," vilW. Ky, ytiUm Tlbos. K. UnMuMWdWboro. Mfcg ollie Reainflw'iuiw(.HfO ICy. "Two paskagfciB of Cbusiuarlala'a Dundea Vwt tW&loq&v ik4im ae StoiBsoh sod Liver Tttbleta wtredime." had WjB.vlaitUiff bw uUUr, Mr. 1L For sale Iby bll druslwta. m - ... d Em-bart- on a The formality of booking thorn may not .be complelted until Monday, as prisoners ore usually not rbcelvod at the penitentiary on Sunday. The men were taken ntay Mtlh great scnecy. They hitt the Jail in a big automobile shortly before phe train Ijft, and .were put ahoard their snadal car, which was the last on the train, soma distance from tha city. Sheriff Hammed, nvho "wanted ithe" m:ai to ba taken away with the possible ostantajtuon, the neispaper men to eaSi cover shortly before the man Tha tralnjthe "Owl," one of the fast trains ibetwjn Los Angioles and araLves at Oakbind at 7:45 a. m. The trip will bo made ovtor tho "valley lino," which runs through (the innor towns of theStato and only the last 'few miles of nh0 Journey, through a not tlilnly locailMy ou'alde of Oakland, wtJl be made during daylight hours. In this way the Shonijf hop-j- to avoid the crowds which it was feared would congrtgate at the statftnu shciild it be known tha tho dyna miters were n their way to prison.. separate Tho mon wero In staterooms on the train. Each was liandcufXtd to a dejmtiy Sheriff. There were six guards, including Shorif Hanunel and Uuder Sheriff Brain. Lch man had a big revol- Jft ed s k-a- ver. Besides this in tho arsenal on th0 car wore a number of eawad-of- f 'iriot guns' and other arjns and amimunl Coii sufficient to have supplied an ambitious militia company. The men themsalw.s wero taciturn as tho day filna coma for them to start on the Journoy to prison. J. B. MoNamara, tho younger and weaker of the brothers, tonight was tho same stoic (that ho has baou slac) tura-jthe tida has against him. Quietly, Jok'ing.ly, seemingly unmoved ho began tho pnaparatioua Lm for transfer u the prison in which he is s imb mood to work ou;t his life. John J. was nervous. Earllor in the day be bad ao.n his attorneys and had a farewell talk with them. Th--j ,bu4Jis affairs of th0 two brojh..ns weie arranged by attorney La Compte Davis. Under Sheriff BreUn, rnho guarded Jamoa B., on the long trip from Chi cago to Los Angeljs, took up the same task tonight When ha remarked to tho prisoner as he drcuped into a s.ait in bis "Well, Jim, we'ro finishing tlie Journey were on tho last Ug of It now," prisoner tho bluo-eyedropped his head and made no nt, d au-sw- jr. hr it Sajtur-day'nltfb- Thero was no meeting of the Federal grand Jury today. It will rooou-von- o Tuesday, The Franklin bribery case will como up Monday morning before Uusdce Young Ji the courtroom la which tha MoNamara trial was held S I s Announcement. . ' ilr. and Mrs. C. P. KqoWtt; announce tha onsajsemont oX their daughter 'Y 1 x Anna EUza iMr. J, Ney Foster , To be married at the home of thd bride on Tuesday, Dec 26, 1911, at 1:30 Hartford, Ky. 4iMMM0MMM'. CHIN A AND GLASSWARE Mufs Vases Lamps i2pf?fc V-- MMf DOLLS FROM 5c Baby Dolls China Dolls Negro Dolls Clown Dolls T$ 15 . i X 0fe ia i V Salads Cuspidors Berry; Sets Water Sets Ornaments Dinner Sets Punch Bowls Celery Trays Powder Boxes :l; :. - I t X j)' Dressed Dolls Sleeping Dolls Kid Body Dolls Linen Body Dolls Brass Head Dolls Bisque Head Dolls Patent Head Dolls v v : . 1 i Hair Receivers Cups and Saucers Bowls and Pitchers Hj HQ WHart Genome Good Clothes Schaffherf MarxH jypi o In I Pay our Doll And still some. Family a friendly call. X Again Reminds His Subjects that his old headquarters have been so satisfactory that he again advises all com munications directed to him in care of E. P. BARNES 4 BRO., Beaver Dam, Ky. On that eventful night he will make his usual rounds to all the little stockings hung up by the family fireside and leave presents to make the grown up folks happy. Children, go to bed early, and sleep the sleep of Rip Van Winkle and Santa Claus is sure to come. Visit our store, look over the nice things prepared for this great distributionpresents for any size and Edibles, Toilet Articles of every any age. Toys to amuseDolls that will make the little ones happy-Christ"' description, Home Comforts and Decorations, Wearing Apparel to Suit every taste. mas SANTA CLAUS Men's Wear Miscellaneous Presents . rt ft I 5 I' i Furniture Beds '," TOYS EVERYTHING TO AMUSE Substantial Presents for Men mid Boys. Pictures Tie Boxes Toilet- Sets - Suits, Overcoats, ants,Shoes, Shirts, Ties, Hats, Suspend ders, Underwear, Gloves, Socks, Cuff Buttons, Muff- Chairs Brush Sets ,1 hi -" ..' i? v. fables - Cups Birds Balls Tables Springs Rockers ' a ;; Carts Games . , . Cigar Jars Glove Boxes "C i lers, Sweaters and Handker-chief- s. Military Sets I 'k"t - Dressers . ; ,! :M Vi . ! it ;, Jewelry Cases '' 'Mattresses Davenports Folding Beds Bed Room Suits Ladies' Wear Coat Suits, Cloaks, Skirts, Hats, Waists, Petticoat-- , Dress Good, Gloves, Neckwear, Scafs, Aviation Caps, Silk and Cotton BLose, Belt Pins, Belts, Back Combs, Side i orabs, Burettes, Sweaters, Hand Bags, Lace Pins. f Smoking Sets Buggies Chairs Whistles Blocks Horns Tea Sets Dressers Chimes Buckets Books Air Guns Engines Sad Irons Bears t :r Manicure Sets Work Baskets Kodak Albums Kitchen Cabinets You Picture Frames Post. Cards Albums t : can't find in any half Stores the assortmam- Coffee Mills Dogs Beds Garden Sets Pop Guns StreetCars Wagons Automobiles Trunks Horses and Wagons We have every conceivable ". I dozen. Handkerchiefs Boxes Photographs Albums And Many, Many More : ment you find in this one moth institution. come and see? Won't you date any purse. A fine selection of the latest novelties. Come, let us show you. ' -. . of toy to amuse and instruct the children, at prices to accommo- sort L-:- J t I WHBHi Hi BH U BBV WKKmw wm vH mm VHJH. MHHHH ' WT ' C-U cr cr- -' -- TI 4IW , s . mm? mm BI 1 r - 'X w,jw , VSL K AIM IVIMI IJ ': O-O l- I C3 rV ' 'ir? M Wl BEAVER DAM, . Si T J ,. .. 'f SWifc.-- t ?' . '-- K KENTUCKY. ., "" w '"'T'yR1 f 'Ji r " --- - - , iMgL h . 3BBE FAMOUS HOBO Mania Mm bomo.inever VISITED KENTUCKY ftiod Celebrated Tramp Known L prwriy miwjiy uu f ate Direct your" dealer imu', before he etmtracts for, his goods, and urge ' V I fraa tltt ferwrn MfeH tt it Mm HmI gt h I V 17 V'HHBH World Over. Wears Fiie Clothes all the Time and Gives Good Advice To Boys. ' i gSee brands, Mm to get good containing 6 to 10 per cent, potash, ind to carry POTASH SALTS better balanced, your soil fertility is conecrved, .and your crops, are larger arid of better quality.. Potash Pays. in fstock. There is profit in such goods both for you and your dealer. You get more plant food for your money, .your, fertilizer is Wc will sell you or your dealer Potash in any amount from 200 lbs. up.- - Write now for prices and for free pamphlets giving just the facts you are looking for about improving crops and soils. TJw Sit, Stcnllng Gawft'io Mnnadaock Mock, Chicago Ceatlaeatal BalMlBtf, BaUlaaore . Wkltaey Ceatral Baak BHlWlnrf. New Orleaas - GERMAN KALI WORKS, Inc. .9, u u 'WnHnHiiBHaHaHl I Will Be at the Store OF caba-Usliavo you ever &ecn fllgu jnarkfld on i)ono;is amd biarn along tbo railroad rlghls df way or carved orUsrticaliy into shontlos, wa-tanilm" ya'.c: "A No. 1," ,wlti Us diate and arxow bemieath 4t? if you havo over &xn lit,watch torttnmd you will to suiTpnlsad to matltio for how many years 6amo of marks (have boon daconatlng iho- - above mnitfiom-e- d places. It la a. quer y,Jt It means that "A No. 1," the world's miosit famous tramp.has pasaid itihiloug and lias Lit. behind Win tihCn mark shewing tho date and d!irxtlcm tiat ho journwying. THUa man, whoao oruly knmwn nlaine is ityiila eabrlquot, "A No. 1," WW into Mt. Stwnllng last WBdaday 'tsht cm a fivdgh't froim tliQ EasVund, afitar spondlng dfra night on th bandi s In llhe depot, reado a parsonal call on Tihs Gazette Thursday jnora- Ing. Ilti gave us a blghW Iwiortliig story of his explenc3 and Lb ever wonidorlusit that has gained for him tho Kiputa'Jon. of being tha Bneajc,at tramp In itihe world- H'e roda too "bllinda" on No. 23 out of M.L Sterling for Lexkigi'.icm Thuradaj-aftoraoon- . er th-.&- o s pn;-scmi-t ya: a queer, CENTERTOWN VM fHE he iott his p:culiar mark on TlL'o ,vUJtdng coir oPfiCo ith 1," ,ba Now would "A No. of budng a hpbo. wall. sus-psot- wl Of nwdlum Mercantile Co. OF CENTERTOWN, staiUuie, with a plcaaamt face and a frank, honmat expression oa bo gazes steadily into your cltfwly cyt(3; shavom; wairfmig a ctnttidel mit of olo.tlw3 cut in, the latioat limn and stots, ho would uses txcoUont English, exa)! Iin-se-- lf woll, and Is altogfiUhor a man W'ho Impresses ono .witih tho Irutlh of ibo mistaken for a commercial tiravler nlao times o(t of ton- - He 'ilny" 83; his ettjory. "I movor gat dirty," he la my .watchword." Eald, "cbjan-llno- ss -- .. Saturday,Dec. 23 want to see all you child" ren and grown tips, too, there. I shall look for you, and now don't you disappoint me. You had better come. And YOUR FRIEND, SANTA CLAUS. LAREGST AMOUNT EVER REPORTED roe again In 1907 roachtmg .barrels, u was 178,000)00 lCOOO,-0- 0 baimal3 book atone. riding toralce bioms, and, thon, yod kno,w," loo said, "as, Boon as a train anew dkcovors ma my and' reads credentials, they invite mo fcmio the caboose." When "A No. 1" h,it Jit ESeillSng he had Jaurnoj-o- d oltosrfiher silnce learning a homo In San Franoigco,, in 1883, 493.C84 miles. ipaasiod Ho through Mt Sterling In 1896 had left his mark on the water tank in the railroad yards and in q'Jier places. . Tills man makes his transient ex panses Iby tho ualo o two bcoklots, the first toeing, "Life and AMiWinftures of A No. 1," tolls of bis itraMola among tramps all ovfer thu world. 'The second, "Hobo Camp PUre ToJles," is a truo story of thra rJlMfml horiJtilhiJiiia on tho road. Both Bhnw tlhe dark aide of a tramp lite so (that any restless hoy will got a good ii,dica of tits aisguajng features. We ai inifojimcd that Uioy can toe purohcaed for 25 oonte (and are iTOrtli juvery aMt cf It in keeping hoys at home) at any A pacltago of ovsradls exc)!a'ndt how he pro,tcot:d his ctothbg when by llmse itodty wiooivm on th way, ttajy noon are eonwrmwl habojs, and ar hot to a;k for anythk." A waa fftid xve, "A No. 1' has bobod skioi 1883, has braved 403,-nilke ad has spent oiV f'.cl oa Tallroad faro. , Ho" ha3 ben th world around : Umkia. H has pnventied mono tean twenty WToiks, wears a $40 suit of oJoJKa and a gold watch, lojops Us Diwno a does not ch0w, amoke, dnlalc or gamble. A tramp gave him his crane in 1883. ,"KW, you're all right, declared tihe older one, at thn end of apar-lcularhard Journty- - ''Vou'ro A No. 1." Tho Wtlo has alnco stuck and tho wanderer has mocj than Uvl up to it tor If evtjr a lwbo'a life could be eald to be a success, It is uhat of this fellow. "A No. 1" has a memorandum book fuM of cards and lotfcJr3 guven him by railroad officials. Many of these; atato tiiat h3 has prevented tho pos-iblloss of humain life and prop erty ,by tolling train opirators.when boUtAng his way of brok-acor wheyls or. ajher dlsariangemnitos and ho has provonitid serious wreclts and disasters. He has bm In five wrycks, but, iucklly, has never bjjn hurt .He aUo has an autograph loader from Jack Landon, the author.telling of tlwir companionship on the road togabhor In 1S94. Dun'mg Ws travels "A No. 1" has learned language English, four Gsrman, flroncih and Spamieh. Ills paroats were of' th Prenoh and German nationalities, but he was bora in San Francisco. Whenever "A No. 1" meats a nun- bay upon his iournoj-- hq glnros him a, tolklnig to that is almost (Wain to make tho lad homesick and glad wiben "A No. 1" purchases a ticket for him, sending him home to his parents, it the boy s ainady a wanderer, "A No. 1" teaches him his own motto: "Never associate with anyono In whoaa company you would .bo ashamed dn broad dayiUght to pass your mother's home. Wh..n asked ,why ho did not s'.op, he ixapilcd: "i am the moat successful itnamp itiis ,uiniiry aver knew, but look at me and see what and whure I am. I have nolth.vr fnionds nor homo, even oflor twvfflity-olsyKors of hianleet and most dangurous life taiasinablo and can bavie no Poaco, no homo nor taia frloads as long as I Uye, Do you know that tho call to wander Js ep unnesistabilo that ottein on dark, rainy nights I find mysiflf walk ing, tjbout. railroad yards looking for a cuanoe to move on? You would not 'bJlove me, but It is a fact, that I Ktaltae 'that my end will be tha same as that of 90 per cent of all tramps an accldemt .llils is why I have' at least provided for a dWcint buTlal. In 1894 I roseived $1000 cash and this beautiful medal from tho PoKce GaKitto fon tramiping fnom New York ito San Francisco In eleven dajs and six hours, and wdith $750 of thl3 prlae I bought a tombstone In a oametery in Cambridge SwlngB, ia. Ssems strange that almost eVWy nilgtt that allaat whilte monunienit s?ums to beckon from yondor green hlljtido in my droarns and enitineat me to stop my roving. This I havo tried to do many times, hut ton vain, ttnd my epltniph, which I hope will b3 a silent overlaiiting warning to Mthors who xm to bo atffllotod with thiis strnngy long.'mg to roam, Very aptly collad 'wanderlust,' la aimply: "A No. 1.' The Itamibkir, . an3 fi'.d ly e n s cbn-firm- od ht Mt, ,w4ta Owy to 1:S,t tugatn "i mM CASTORIA For Infanta and Chlldrea. IWA!A!MIM2 II IlT!f!TilPW llW UNI The Kind You Have '""" '""MliiTTTTrjiiiiiiMIiinl Always Bought Bears the Signature of ALCOHOL 3 PER qENT. J jivu(oic Stonachs afldBowekof MtJ PromolcsDigcsHonJCkfii nessandRestjContalnsnciilxr OpiuntMorphinc norMneraL1 AT nt NOT NARCOTIC. wii MH ii Y In 1 m jtUtOHt JkctdtUk- jtaistlttd fmbrf- Wptnyrtxifltmc. Alt Use For Over Aperfect Remedy for ConsRp! lion , aour aroiaaciduiaiHiwi VYorras,Convulsl(ms.tctrisn: ncssandLoss of Sleep. lacSinnlc Signature of & NENV YORK. Thirty Years Juarantccd under tn Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA THE CINTUH COMPANY, (W CITT. OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Republican and Louisville Herald $1.35 The Republican and Courier-Journl.f? 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.2 5 The Republican and Home and Farm The Republican and Inquirer 1.75 3.25 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.25 The JtEPUBLiCAN and Liauy uwensDoro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine. . 1.30 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.5) The Rei'Ublican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.25 al Globe-Democrat Twice-a-WeekOweneb- Twice-a-Wee- . Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. x TRADE AT iuc cquuy oluicj Ana save irom iu At rest at Are You lit" of Fetrol- - toiaa output etoco tKj Jwglnnhits 'Of ts always for good. Ho ondavoTB to una plcXunj la ail Ita horrors this lify that iue 'iiroicum luauKry no monq Ilea bufore thu lad,aaul has eum Produced in United Thio UUo(l Stu!38 Is tibv by far boon lnstruinjnital Jn Bjndto aun-dretlw greatost Douultriy; In States. of OiKm ba:k to their parcnius. foot it produces mono lUiaiu all the auoui Jiujuu mine a run away fast put toginiiir. m 110 Uio wtlU from homo annually," eoid A No. 1' barrels or of this country jilolU 04 i;--r Cynt. duiilag ''Moreittian 200,000,000 the course ct his lltlio coiivier. wilfh "' of nearly $123,000.-000,wi3- of the total pradiwdaii. value oil sailoiu the uoiM produced la urtula number, 85.000 bJttom coaUrajod liobotp, 7,000 an urtjupl.jd, 3 acordJjig to David Steto- Jast year, FOR FLETCHER'S 600 uno kl.llirj and tho rosit cou T." Day. of the Unttt.d State Geologisand tho hardshliw of hnafmni ltr0 chapter oa cal Survey, la advanco only about Un. jaru until ttujy are from 'Mliwral Rfrsaunajj of ia a por liouse. So many mathta d Memphis Lady Writes. tibe'ualiwI'atKt.e" for 1910. not n;aUij are MBphl, Tmhi. Mrs. Emma D. many yomi montheyUvlugthe cause of the liobo Tho jioiroWiunj lndus:ry J IM Laony, of Memphis, writes: "I suf- lb!?, if a staibaa. ficuh Dr.' Dm. ha boen ifular Bfiiuivn-iu- p Utinqi niieery for nearly 4gbt jxars. conios fered io. tM boueo and aks for u liw oharacUriswl by a phenomenal Slaoa taklDg Oardul,'! am tnucb etroa-er-, niical, aho turo:B lusm away and tolls Cor, the to8' fur 'owase aab ywnr and 1 hava't oilseed a slngloiu-eft- l him to go to wjirk r, It, but whj jwors. Eoh, year ttf-- ovw tfaafc of I hardly know how to express my before tew , a? irwjk-ni- u gratvjde." Don't worry about your tho young fjkw cwmj nCoa t.hu Is tk Jiwi stm&ufs out, to tw a tctwnj), the u in laud to iU ' down. takiv bj'jni ,aLtl aymptooH Cvkil goea in und f.Ktd Wan on tho V" limit of wduo.Lxu iwi " What, you need Ut 0trDth. Strength HBM lw. huri eoatlwwd wptd- but tiio tewwaai will enable you to thww off female "Now, if ofay aa,!y would, gt. hfe 600,000' troublea and will prevent, the headaahv X,.ly.. AA vAJiy4i) bjt(W- ' nuave Jwobi hist and hbf addu-and aaJ'UO.BOdjMO XamMff II JkmoJI baflkaeke, dtntaess and other aytapUM talk to hliBi? a oImm vwy 4fco MmAt biwo.. lt0 wal 10, the ttot y&u bow suffer from. Qandul homo and nattier, JbHh) Rtouli his Jio 'Atrukl 3,0),0W fcolB kekja you get A oil 3 It.. ibaok. 190S, 183,000,000 barnjJB tn 1909. "A No. 1" Is Jv;icognJzcd as a hobo 'UaaivUs In W10, a ouationary among boys who are Inand zuy.fioG.048 gain of 14 par cont thio njcord clined to iun away or from home, output of 1909. Thie biTQugbt tlkj who novo run away. His Iniflueiioj la a Woman.' axr 200,000,000 Barrels iiun-o-w- ds ro s ' - Chlldrsn cry Baltimore, Md. Mrs. W. H. Ison, at 1419 Baat Madison street writes, "For several years, I suffered, off and on, from womanly troubles, until finally I was token down and could do noth Ing. Tho pains I experienced, I shall never forget I lost weight until was only ekin and bones. I bolleve I would be in, my gravo if I liad not tried Cardul." Are you like Mrs. Ison weak and discouraged, because of some, painful ailment? Cardul will help you. Try It today. Any drug gist will bo glad to sell you a bottle. 0 , d-1- per cem. 10 Can you use a real $10 Suit at $0.40 or an Odd pair of Pants, 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 select from. Best Barrel Salt, $1.40 per barrel. Visit Our Store. Your patronage depends upon the success of tho 10 per cent. Store. m Jackson In Subduct & Stevens,! Hi. How's This? offer Ono Hundred rtollare for .any case of Oatanth that Cataruli cannot be cusul by Hull's WroJ F. J, CHENEY & CO., '' ' Toledo, O. ' 4 A'; h untIerlgEi'd, lioiva known jitaro, F. J. Clieney for t!w lutf 15 and believe him iwnfoc'Jiy honorably tranmottons and in nil buin-is- s ublo to oarny tut tnny ubtfga. Uoiimndo by his firm. WALDING, K1NNAN & MARVIN, AVe Tt'-wn- rd h LKUMYVELL, J m CASTORIA OAK GROVE. Scliool ht nicely. Mr. at this placo .is .Ectfilg alog this community. tor nfiXt Fi'duy cui-&- nAght Ufl-U,- -,i ftt(i Mr, ttumor ike yw on a agaiuu Tiio bM ir-1- Wluson Smith, 3- - Strajttou.-v'os'-atlvUca, It. D. Douglas, J. J. Joj lCooiwci ajiwj'.il Gold shnduHVawitti Sh Wds,s, pa.ir ,by few day o$o will soon ix out M.isios Golda Smith Usury Ldtorary Socioy 'which mo'ita Crabb. on his iCdo. wiho ,was Orle-Olw! boon u greater than that Aosttin has gone to IJouls-vlll- o war Affirmative anuikwu T. (C. uudwr go nn opratloni for a oy, IValva Out intoxicating da'nk Is ,ul9 of Ito. - la, outt' 1W w i- ' iM.40 Hti.-- , W ri I, "W ovary Friday night Ja uAMided wry A Droadful Wound lari'ely, The iwwd ku, FWdy iigh!t From a knifu, kwvUu oan, rusty Is aald (o U tho itix i&rxal uall, Ulils p'ooa bororo-Mm- . tliworks, or of uaiy u'Jhr 'jia-tiit- a, witji (kmuukds pronurt, l&Ay fctafcii visits bur r.VJicT's ,v j WwKJ DiTHijtoHlVlliydO 0. fiwnlly guBay. Buckkai'ls Salve to pnuvrjnt Jluliy Oatimh, Quiv ! token nirna m lOMunie Mr. Afou Jmm - ho whs In- the U Wocd ioiaaa It would be a .Xliti' 1', TttcUi; dbvwil. ujtt U or garix . bioo.i S. funny suaA ,waa Intwinp Ui Uu BLvJLn Quloiiust. wintat hinajlw-- , Bum? ta4i lute, wmi of a aMailt- - n&MMtav a lwryt) ywmar ot- boyfc for. aii puch and mucous surteoc. u t)H fti,yXxtvfy Whtm a boy Mem wd of Wyouitacr, dWi aad wiH bo huwd weimdB as !mo tw JJjuW Wur myraim. bwitert, (fty '$$? ",' ct ' mHMMii .bin wftale b hswww'J. tn 4rw Kww jMavMWtd .aw fHAmt ..,ufNaaii' 'tykm, . hRd! V r" f .N4o4r: w IiMMbU; 36e at all 'how IDhU'k JrVt&gr "l". 'ihi us" Aijfc'tijj---- l,ai1 ail v XmKi a bi lsr.c Ar-alo- D-1- bu - li, tl4 im " MikeA.1lwMN.)krdJ t!1; v? jjgqcos, Toolabi. .pt, .t.udtwMto. Oera'ur,lll;' . MiMit'm Hartford RpuWcn. m w aa or wttk This mm er- - far w imdm ' at 1. B. i. K.. H aWfC t PMf jWPW M M Mcr kt Wat r sr. XMftod D. . JRasMkris. hk m ill:iMlwif: af m m OJifclU- - m w Mw fWOHH of Way tna kr (MMSHa Mt HNk bat Mt akat :j pB altonf C at. aVtfWCTT, J. IWTWM EY FC4STEH NCY POSTBR la KWf im wa tht aaaValfcia. itIum Mlft.C Tstcm: V ale C will Iw hmm irfeW WtMt fMMCY C. DUKE, - J. iaat BMMtJM, Mm at OK- a ItWIsig; NT.. atatLWi is of a jr- - kwM ttHOr ta sjMs csmey. tM . TUiMM aaiaaJaWa'f awwMv fusjwlKH. awartag at aV aMBaVakaJTTaMa1 ea jmmt to aafssktancslr fcllo raaa tag an aanoiint fraca aar of i af taahjat aMorf coaaootel lith Wsttiwa mr aaasl. thai mk "WHllB JSUl WH aWC x ta M'Mi 4AaUre foroe H had ft f DtaoaOjr MIL fe a twrmmM iBMCtf llMawaftdif T. H. BLAK..8.0. 7M (mi is e aanag By 8. 0. KBOWX, D. 8. JOJ a fw doaoriT IT OjL.Y 88MMS 30mkmUa4i. MMaat ia. Vj Swoad MnsMit of .21. laatetaec raa jm are efctwalag yw ' the 9tar Gwto of aak, iri&e drfaaag ywtr era Dcttotire is KUM. FRIDAY. OBCBMBER 15. eaaat eat of wmamtna, as 1L Bfiee4ea, W. Vs., Dst. d Doa'tfeitw kappeaa yon wW eb(h kta. .Tafce &r Vaaaoece, a Bad of oar hoate wercasats ia IM The word far H feUgafed to kaew W Mrea visrs eaot as dunta hare 8- - ut law BtciasMfeaii, k yoa vmc. 10 1. day .whji Vaabeoa tried ta amestl Jtaateafeerg Bmtfnrf to to be with as WILLSOM. again, altar sareral wejks mapeasfoa. Xe cooa 4s- the KiCRtive boonuaa of fir so gnwi op- . Chair of Kee4Mcky w4 The Pamoate did set mile on Got-- portaaitias (or usefuhssBs both to Ms How JteCrawy'aaecoad kw.nrariea Staie asd party osd Bade so MtUe im bo iadlcaiUoa flVKr, we trtwt this 1 of then as Gov. WDteoa. Colag in years. ef a gloaaay fotg to poner st a tine whi our taost slop Busnma aas of eMiKne vera engag Dcatoocratfc papas will aq Vlh. prate for Judge CIV"-- ed la a t3Kiie heart far tahteg TTwo swathe agobevM two for fnacdcB froea the oppressioss of to be tras&ed la aay position. the tobacco Jravt, be eetaed to bare entirely bMadt-- (o tb Aal law be The pie hunters were all Used up brsshcrii by the smoke from ene at tfee coaster, njw cipltol bailddog by a tew faoa&cs, kaown as Yaaktat, Tuesday. Era (the KUiadT "Night Riders," aad he lost of raJa ted ao effoat oa ttham. the real trouble Ills expretElonS on Thds man Burns acts like a ti:!ocClv3 the subject were bo .broad va to I ad tot when he talks for publication be the tobacco gren&rs to biera that sounds more like an employe who is he classed thtsn all as tawics bent on dating mor than merely detect because they were poolers. Drelonge crimes and arrest criminals. to some fanner's orginizadoa. We believe he might the disaprpoiatmst whole coajtrovtrssr, hare Bsied TflKTe is a great without the uaj of amoag the Dzajocrots. The Republicai r;laBBBMaS7BWS9BBaBK&r:--i aaam aaaw-S- S a soldier or a dollars expersi to the aV BBBBIBBBBF'JBaBBBBBBBBUanA.aBl .I National Committee met at "Washing- State aad rendered fainsnif be mos! ton issued a call Xor the coimagloa popular uoveEBor Kentucky uaa ever at Chicago Jan. 18, 1312, and adjourn- had. He took tin wrong vUw and ed without ths expected raw. possibly unlnlcai'icEaUy bocame the I 'aaaaH! most raluailo ase (. which Che tobacco It Is more than probable that the people of Kentucky will be clamcrtng trust bad in the struggle, its a&jnts, tor Judge O'Rcar to take up their whether right cr wrorg, battgved that light four years hence, in an tfort to Gov. Wiiisoa wouM asitot in breakbring about the very rsforaw which ing dawn tij farmer's organizations aaafl he forced the Democrate to promise and prolonged che fftght causing un told BoiCotns aad harjdfhip to thousthis par. Stranger things have hap ands of tobacco grawvjrs, and thoaa pened. dependent upon them. 1ho had their The mon.y which vas Kibecribert crops tied up in ths pools. Wm belt r to defend the iicXamasra's vould not Gov. Willsaa has end.vorl o give oasa the State an honest ChiancSaS adminismate a drop in the bucket IKUTad to th-- millions put up jy the tration in eo for as and extravagant en.'SmJeB of orgniaed Tahos- - to sub- Drnocratlc legislation would permit. corrupt jnufntoens t He never a.omed to have anudh sidize n.ewspai-.r3CongrvEfi and Siate Legislatures and or respeat for the country buy eltctlons to prmveat Taws Whecorer he Uaa had o to moke on comwHsiions, to labor, and Cor the ty.iil fitaning womtin and childrva, when ate, placis imrely honorar", t husband or toehts lias lest his life thnoe fourths of them havo U'n through the ngi'gxe of made from Loulsvilte and ona ijrlnvo LEf-YOUR- . erful corporarion, luUJXt on cCawtttEg other cdties. Hiring his four yuars given ever the last drop of blood and pound of term he has evidently HPWi BfWfK g. MMMWImUfi XOTE vaawMna. sa iMwoalve-wht- f la-noaal Mend of asat. r wa :id, was cr ' at'.or af OM K'vaWnMK ! V. tmi lawrtac f a Mvria i iM ascwa. la Waat VHWtaat an Xat era X Mkaanr as buiag. oa of t r 1 t4 a; a as.5. WW. SOON . BE HERE asaaasaaasasaaaasalasaaasaS - 4 K:-'&- - tiiatye may find your Holkiay task an aayona, wear caJliof; year attention to our ability, to take ereeftyer ate Santa Cnmm m already tiw main roptc of coavarAiktw, so 0 I m Ja G4a ta-MHrt.-at- s ! and Pfked LHm Hoiywit. A Jbright, ckn,Lum. mL.imstock of gfM1' jmkii J H n imir uuiwiiianu. C..I. bhh ctoij wuvre kiuwli J'ftl nngk ngin. You ought to be able to and aemethrng.m L .-' store that would appeal to any one of your friend. rikt. . rr 4 ' Items to Be Foimd Here for the Men and Boys. Neckties. . '. . Suependers Scarfs Socks ott . th I A Merry Christmas Kid Gloves . . . Work Gloves Handkerchiefs. -- S .50 10 "iua-acei- d kia-dl- fd ehi Shirts House Shoes Overcoats and Suits I.....;. .... .....:. .. ..." v.v...t ...... ..,.'. to $8.00 to 1.50 .05 to .50. .75 .75 .50, ... ..; . :.. ' .25 to .15 to .25 to 710' to "".50 .. to 1.50 1.00 to 1.50 3.00 ,to 20.00 50 b-j- Items to be Found Here for Ladies and Misses. Kid Gloves Collarettes and Muffs Neckwear Silk . . f .. . BBBBBBBBB ,W BBBBBBBBBM Scarfs. . . -- ! i ! .a.H&'.K M aaKHa.a...............Ka4K..K BBBBBBBBBaVEi bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI? . Coat Sweaters Scissors, all kinds . . : Neck and Belt Pins Handkerchiefs Suits and Coats House Shoes Rocking Chairs to suit any member of the family. We invite you to call anddo your Christmas shopping here. ....... ..jr ..... ..."...' .' '..... $1.00 to $ 1.50 1.50 to 10.00 25 to .50 25 to 1.50 . 1.00,'to 3.00 .25 to 1.00 10 to 1.00 05 to .50 . . . . 5.00 to 22.50- 1.00 to 1.50 . Carson 6 (INCORPORATED) 3 , Eym-patbjc-fcto- by Hartford, ? nppofjvt-m-3s- ts cam-mlttev- js, . ftene-iow- flesh. , Xar advice to a class of puaple, iP iv: JUDGE WINN. The appointment of Iloa. K. Ji. pucc&al Winn, of ilt. Sterling, to Judge O'ltcar on the Apj:-llai-j bxmch is such a good one and mote with arty uuch huiry anproral of his .associates that it is a wonder Gov. Willson aver scruwtd hhnsif-l- f up to .Mr. Wdnn will tht' point to make he grcfltly mlsaod in the couwdla of his party as a member of the State Cen'jal Carnmffctee wivjn Ws caursel . was always wtaj and hel;ful. He "Willi carry with Urn to the highest -- Stale all Court the best wjsh. of hls party1 workers and his ripe as a lawyer is sure to emalble .him to take front rank .wltih tils pwo-t&ai- ta at onoe. The apiKdnrtawmt of Judge Winn bus our wannast ap- .' provaL did not know or didn't fect his &cia might have en the fu ture welfare of his Sta4e and party. The result is well known, to those in touch with the pcmplM of rntucky. His election gave hopo to thousands of his party. His ntdrcm?nl is regretted by tew of bis many friends Lot foun years ago. who fcira .what i- - ! Christmas Shopping I ! Holiday i it Program. Of the Sunday School Union of the Ohio County Baptist Association to meat with the Baptist Church at Beaver Dam, Dumber 25, .1911. 9:30j Devotional Eld. A. B. Gardner. 10:00. Reading minutes and reports of the Schools. 10:30. Better Paatorial Leadership iW. M Pair and Alay Casubler. 11:00. Doctrinal Sermon Kid. iJ. N continuous pleasure, love arid values. r r XHis time be one of a Hints , aV GET AWAYFR0M THE HABIT OF USELESS PRESENTS. ALLOW US TO SUGGEST ? t For the Man A Slumber Chair ' ' 'Sm-: 4 If from The Splendid Assortment of Watches, Chains, Charms, Lockets, Bracelets, Fins, Buttons, and Endless variety of Gold and Silver House Slippers Box of Wunderhose Box of Holeproof Hose Box of Linen Handkerchiefs 1 . . 4 ' '" ' " Cluett Shirt Pair of Adler's Kid Gloves ' A Nice Tie A- " lh7 - KEEP THE MONEY HERE. Jamagin. 12:00. Of Thro M-- f is continual complaihit FparcHy of money locwUy. iThat has become' of the moiwy? Ohio coiiniy V annually siding thousands of dol- lars to the city mail order housesond bur oldreas are unconsciously eaoiajng hard timw for tht'inselves anil ouilgh-howli'lj 4owJy W'4jr putting our home meruharttos out of iiuslns to enrich Srs, Itovbuck and Co., and rs oUiar city houa-v- m WJ Vfl success. curing giviit ftargalna, but air i&iiyl A fitv cnts on tikj dnlLir for moiury look Take our new and beausent as far away its Ctfcago imiittfi-t- y oocne. inC. D. CHICK. Chairman. jioor Baying, whvn one takvw tiful Christmas Jewelery. Everyto accouiiit tlw loufMWd prohaUUl'ly of W. H. FAIR. 8oorjry. Its so'.tlng back 4o the Sender, thing b Sheriff's Sale rf'U, the goods iv roovjy fivorhat 5 clalniiil for tlum nud nine iioufi By virtue of EeouUon No. 3S3 direct MAKE OUR STORE YOUR SHOPPING PLACE out nf UM U. wouM bj b.itc on tb!s erf. to me,wfaiidh issued from tie Cleric's account to ibxil wi:Ji tli hoinn man. oUloe of the Ohio Clrcu&t Count, In aWaaaaWMaaWMaaaMaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Wo miglii as wvll faoj tills fiik',ln favor of Lu&w Clilnai agaimit D. 6. frankly, if this condition coatlnucti llhcod,foT th aum cr 46.00with ln- a fjw j!tirsi uniil tho teri-s- t from &ut 1. 190'J, and it will ooiAy S.33 ssHi.ll torwiui "Willi be off tho map cast, crttdiuxl by 2.D0 Seiit. 1 1910. Then wo will only have tbio laro on IL or one of my doputice, will, far rwniovod fnxin incut of us. Mondiy the first day of January 1912, and the count try, WJUiwoliourEOoda at 1 o'clock p. m wt tlw Court. House ohep thon? "Will we nut tfttho door in Hartford, Ohio Couaty, mttroy tit a t'W Lvrgy a'tAcu;tho cojkose to publU; win. to the and xtipntw corapanjUfi? BohcIcu hiebXHt Wiklw, the following nvrtv wbm tblV? nsppona Mhait iuj wo to (or m much Bhmevof as nay to n do for a local ark?t. A dojun ng UKseary, to.waMbr pWe-timillbt. Ibi-or . punHMl of but&or camoht be ur arw com,; to N'oy York or Qblcago for u u&rr A, traut of ktsd lylsg la OMo conn im- -: ,,r last Than you ivrlll iw at tho lo:wy ty, Kaafcuoky, houadoid k , ti aaftt .or 'tIfwrs. .'Not. i3r . Oa OieNU bjr ase ?m.i.r M.'tiuJmli rr a ,, wi . wi MiJb, but tfeetkxl ar&bawt MliAy VMa; xm ttie'Tkwt by iaaVaVaAAAAaVVaV4 thce wlio xlo by it (3 tlatait-thb ithat tluiy omo ficr t Intenni&ion. 1:30. BHtur llanagement and Equlp- men)t Eld. Birch ShWds and c. B Lyons. 2:00. Bottor Teaching Eld. A. B- Gardtiier and C. M- - Taylor. 2:30. Standard of excellence for Btexnantary Grades Eld. R- - E. FUqua acd A. Row. 3:00. The Gradod Sunday School Br. E. W. Ford and C. M. Tlchenor. 3:30. Business and adjournment. All the fccbools are requested o bo rtffrtwjitcd and oil individuals inter ested in Sunday School work are nvnl- - Pair of Switch-bac- k Hose Supporters Suspenders o-- : beauties at n a R. W. King's You purchase your gifts, your Holiday offering will be crowned with a Lady; Beautiful Hoses or Carnations Pair Simmons Mid Gloves Box Nice Handkerchiefs v . V, a at up-to-da- te. Subscription to Ladies' Home Journal Nice Bag or Suit Case , . .' " Pretty Shirt Waist Y-Box, Wunderhose Umbrella of Silk House Slippers Silk Hose ' China . 4 t 1 I '3. rft' H lj Not the Largest Stock in The 5 For the Children t 1 -- Country but the Best Selected " .Box of Wunderhose Books. Toy Guiis, Dolla and mora than wa rnnlrl manti'm. All tho abov tt articles we have pretty, good and cheap. mentioned nw' KJun-tuck- y, 1 mU-rea- ds s uj-vk- t: Ki Wi KINta c hour yit vv naui 01. uiDtVADh a 4 -- f iafivajttaafiaaa a " ' - a m a t ii r?tffi . Kb Vly"i afTP31'" ' f lfcTL "Taaal V n - ' . " ! Mn fimuld hM at WW. U. ft. Caraon. 11W mmte jw Furs. iMjp wJf eSaW i V 'nI.kV i- -r BIG MILLINERY REDUCTION! bL - .We find at this season of the year that we have entirely too much Milli- 'nery on hand. They must move at OroouT will kay fTwrorte boys. AM ktafe of inAn-Usat The RopubWoaa office. Geod sbavta and torn. Mr cute at Rtey'a Banter shop. fTWy one. Fancy Fruit Baskets of all klnda at J. C. Iter's, from 50c to $6.00. Hanrlfttta. Gueniher ht rfUirn ed from a brief vtertt in Loufcle. Lownoy'a fine ltae of Dox Candy fcnosn 10c to $5 do at Iler'a Grocery. Mr. Eugene Jqlntr lias been in thto wwk visiting jvJatfvi. Kdley.'a neiw bafrfoiT shop Is audyioHgft courteous txaotimnDt nocxyipta-blPrao'ioal CMna 1b lwa Barnard & Co. have only that kind. Nice Suit Case or Ixaitjhur, Bog will plejaaa HER or HIM Christmas tnor ing. BARNARD & QO. Dnlnk Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee. Grocery-maSold by U. S. Oaraon, the for tin d8 am Cut iwewhr two or jivore Maasfnn. ana ordered. Ta9phon 198. tf Our Xma CmkW (Gail's) are ftJh from thi3 fao'ory to us, and publlabod. deMcIouB. Reridlol JUBnmb.tli)at the J. NayFo!-iarinf uboiiillon A&mcy, of Itert-fofofui gat you any Mtctaft or d, !S Skim Milk or Cream Which Will You Have? Wo hafto them in 4 iO 2 Mj boxes, O1U0 COUNTY DRUG CO. Inconporakd. You only o make a 50c pur ohflse from us to Becune n firoe to our Vaudeville and Moving Picture Shaw Xmoa wx?k. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. hae lidtt As it ia our custom, wo will have durinpr the Holidays a house full of the very best Apples, Oranges, Bananas.Grapes, Fruits and Nuts of all kinds, that money will buy. Also Candies of all kinds and descriptions. Chinaware and Silverware Everything suitable for nice presents for Father, Mother, Sister or Br other. Fruit Baskets of all kinds filled to order.. We will be prepared to give you the Cream of everything. 0v-ensbo- ro Inoojiparated. Mrs. M. D. Ashby, of roear Coniter-taw- n, iwas operated upon Saturday afternoon by Dr. J. L, Smith, of and Dr. J. W. Taylor, of Hantford. At last rciport Bhe was go'Alhg along nloaly. ai thr. e. $SSV WINTER TERM BEGINS n HARTFORD GROCERY CO. '!QVQQQQ9$?iSiQSQQQGQS!iQQQQi n. 18tf Conce f at some price. So beginning next Saturday, we give a off on all sHats. Every Hat is marked in plain "figures, so divide by three and take .your choice. EYERY ONE A NEW ONE and trimmed up to the latest styles. Don't forget the Big Reduction, and Remember that it Pays to Trade with a House that .Saves you Money. one-thir- d 1 PIANO COUPONS v I GIVEN WITH EVERY PURCHASE fc Hartford Republican. -- cr-- To 44 The Don't iwasbe money; buy practical gifts. Barard & Go's. mtggosians In our last dfeire im gj'vlng the nam? ore good. of (tho nqw offloers olootuid tor 1912 Buy for HIM a Stmelit Slumber Clhalr, by tihie. KnJgbiB of Pyiihlaa we.through $12 50 and $15.00, .Barnard & Co. an ovtislghit, failed to give tho nnmu 83)1 ithom. of Prelate 11. L. Taiylcj- - ivho wa3etecl- Air. C. T. S. OvenWn,,of QaDtllown ed to tho position of Viae Chancellor. paid The Rtpubllcan a flltaamnlt; call.U Mr. Clamnca Kcoati, who for anor- Wodnosday al1 mon'hs has htten running on tho Tho huntlna euason la now mixed train, from Ellmitch ito Eart'tog-to- n, Got your outfit from U. 6. Carsonjtne has Uxm glv?n a taaln from Grooerymaa. 18tf ito Nashville and ruturn.-'l- l Hon. C. B. liikuns cuttMndidd the In- 'will probably move his family to auguration of GOv. McCrcary at Frank In a snort time. fort, Tuesday. Born to itho 'Wife of W. r SmVJi Rev. and Mrs. T. V. Joiner are the Dec, 8, 1911, twins, a girl and a boy, proud parents of a baby bjy bora w:dghlng 3 and 3 2 lbs., rvjspecAfully thsm Monday. The ilfcUo boy died tha mine day Onr line of holiday goods is now and wias buried the. following day. In. Como wly and your clia TJie littlo girl and mother wis dcing HARTFORD GROCEiRY CO. very weil. Dr. E. E. NVroocim a'ltRind-In- g When you want Ammunition or phyaistan. Guns, call on U. S. Carson, the Mr. Elva Siina died at his home 18 tf hear Liberty Saturday aif:rnoon af ordier this Give us your special ire an illnesis of stomaoh (troubl?. He wo-.- k to avoid the ruth in. Uia mails was 53 yiears old, and Is Biirilved by and express. BARNARD & CO. a wife and thr cMldrwh l'Lo fu Th daug,hitiKir of Mr. Nat Lladlaj', neral scirviocs wieiro conclucfd at thwho has bjem quite dU of typhoid fe- Wbenty church Monday oiPtornioon b ver, lis Improving. See itha lioliday pava-jnit- s for 10c, 15c and 25c, at Barnard ii Co's. In a class to themselves. If jtou have nover shaved at RJIey's Barber Shop ypu should do bo and see hoiw good ypu foel. This ds J. C. Iter's tenth yiear working for Santa Claus, bo don't fad! to come around and see him. Ear-lingto- ni Ear-Ungt- on What would (be a more acctcl'ttble Chrlflimas pnenunt than a yirfl o some good Masazln for aaoh cf ypur fnlends (tMs year? Atk ThioJ. NVty Foster Magazine Agiemcy for caitalags and prices. 22t2 cn Hartford Collecie JAN. 8TH. OFFERS EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES TO THE YOUNG MAN OR WOMAN WISHING TO ATTEND SCHOOL. New classes will be organized in the High School Department and at the same time, the regular Normal work begins. Every common school graduate in the county is entitled to the High Schpol work and should avail himself of this opportunity. The Normal course offers special advantages to those desiring to prepare for the county examinations. Enter at the beginning of the term if possible. For further information address H. E. BROWN, Pres., or A. E. ELLIS, V. t 1-- gt a, R v. Mull, of IVaver Dam. IeiVf- - with Call at Th Reptlb t followed at tfcb LilMfiy burying can office and look otior our samnplrf ground. of Engraved cards, ar.raounotjn'enltB, i.i-vitations, etc. I'rJ&u low. tf 7" ENGRAVED CARDS if jou oro hi V "end away taom hama for Bo-- v d:ubt nvhat to give your frtend for a Magazines oriodlcals of Nspapora Miiy not 9- -nice Clmstaaa vw.zt whon can b3 on(!ml tieU hefl lect a b au'dful let of Easraved vis- - In Hartford? Gt club priaes from r. 1 ilng or buslne-a3Tds. TKis lis ectne- - Ney Foster, Magazino Sub9orlptl.n( ta'og whine U;lCuIh 3i Is conjbinljd Agency. tf s 5$SSe$tS Pres. FARMERS! Within the Next We must close out our immense' stock of Hardware and Implements, or anything we have in our stock we will -- 4 i 30 V DAYS Thnae hundred and flfity Boolas In Rotary Library, eo give your FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15. best giirl a chance to read tho latest books for only 10c each. UllnolsCentral Railroad Time Mr. C. S. Moxley, of oviar Fords-vilk- i, vas n pleasamit callur at Tlw Table. Reipub'ican ottico, Tuesday. At Beaver Dam Ky. Mr. Haiivio Bennatt's lliUte daughitor, of Walton's Creek, is convaileaing Sonlh Bonnd. from an attack of pniumonla fievier. North Bound. No. 121 duell 85 a.m. No, 182 due :05 am. For the ibeat of everything In No. 101 due 2.43 p.m. No.lJ2duelJ.28p.rn. CShris'timas Fruits and Candles tor No. 131 dne8 65 p. m o. 102 Up. 2: p.m. Ilior's see IMPORTA iili 1 iwa i k I 0 III": I d Buy a G w veer I have put on display the largest, highest grade, most Holiday line carried in any town no larger than up-to-da- te tho M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table L. && 1 Sell at Cost i WAGONS, PLOWS, HARROWS, ETC. DISC HARTFORD GROCERY CO. Lot Bamnard & Co. solve jourChrtsit mas probl'finisj- They can sugsesjttho at Hartford, Ky. proper present for moat nny small N. time card effective Monday amount. Aug. 21st. - ii mi A Incorporated ft. North Bound duo 7:19 a. daily except Sunday. No. 114 North Bound duo 3:40 p. daily except Sunday. No. 115 South Bound duo 8:45 a. daily except Sunday. No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p daily except Sunday. H. E. MISCHKE Agt. No. 112 jiour order for ycuir Firult Biskcits. Ours will be tho prcftliest m. and beat In town. HARTFORD GROCERY CO. m. Ghe-u- s m, This is the season for ours or Siplendid Soa m. tlons. Xmas. merv Ties. NqWidst cnea- & CO. Hartford in this whole country. I bought my holiday stock 30 days earlier than usual this year, and shall always buy earlier hereafter, as I avoided li.lhi itt!J" cKSBvn is stjlos. BARNARD getting a large part of my bill duplicated for unsalable goods. Come now while my Hartford, Ky. i If you have not bougiht any of our Cindy, eupposo you do m mxt tmw you want candy. It's fcine. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO., incoiinorat ed. 22Lf1 stock is complete, and have your presents laid back they will not damage any. Real Estate Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Ifeavrin returned to tllwir home at Ownsbono, Monday, Shot Guns, Shells, Ammunition, etc. after spending a ftiw dajs henu tin gu at of At'.oniiey nud Mii3. for eaile by U. S. Carson, tho M. L. " large assortment of Ladies' and Gents' Watches, Chains, Fobs, Chatlain Pins, Brooches, Cuff Pins, Belt Pins, Hat Pins, Scarf Pins A A few things I carry are: Sor Sale! Four residences in Rock-Jpor- t, Ky., Prices ranging from $075. to 1875. Have several improved and unimproved farms for sale. 'AH at a bargain, vvrne or "call for full informatiqn. J List your Real Estate with iroo. and I will get what you want Buy and sell on com- ..raiiMion. lStt Heaivrln. Emblem Pins, f Wo have so'd already (julto a fw of our holiday goods. 6o dmi't jwaltf Got the habit TRADE at Hom. who until our 14nj Js too badly ibrok n Trado at homo with tlios3 buying. HARTFORD GROCERY CO. jour Chrlstanas S3 U. S. Camon-.toMrs. J. K. Alvey mtirtalmd quite J supplies. K-fo- ro Ringsplain and set, Lockets, Charms, Tie Clasps, Cuff Buttons a full line; Bracelets, Backcombs, Souvenir Spoons, engraved or plain; a full line of Hollow Silver and Silver Plated Ware, the "1847" Brand; Cut Glass,Silver Flat and iSlmmons Kid GIwvb, gaiu'antjMd by Barnard & Co. Lot U, S Carapn fill (your Baskiots to ordr. Fruit Go ito U. S. Caraon for your Christmas Fruits, CandVn. ytc. M.M1 III.. II. l...iT !! Born to Mr. and Mrs. Nat Lindtey, the 3rd U&L, a. tini girl. Col. C. M. Dpn.Jt traniKUl. ia Loulv41!kj UiIh wcok. Mr. buai-nea- a & w C. K. Quinn. ' SRwii J34tut Dalr. i 'yj3w lilWa &ro thy t Flour and Meal for aU a Mby lrt 21 1 . was tooru. Tuday, waianig 9 ixmad. Fon a aloe Xinan i)r.wvit,o-ji)iruiI liaw mdmM a Wiai'.?iMiAn Fountain our Rwsi Dim as:n:jB..'it alew giil Gnu), taonunriud Pan miiym Cw to prvont tar- Irotul awJWHH wl M. and Plated Toilet and Manicure Sets, all .prices; Jewel Cases, Cloth and Hat Brush a nuinbtr cf Uio Ut'Ah) piople last Frl es, Single Toilet Articles, and a nice line, of Imported Hand Painted China, or day attioraoon Jn honor of .tine an'uth blii'ihday of tliolr lfjtte dau3hiter, MIsj anything kept in a modern Jewelry Store, at prices as low or lower, than your Uoulah M'jo Ahviy. Rough RUvr LoJigi No. 110, K. of catalogue or other jewelers, considering the most important part "quality". So P. ifM an oivhus'astlc nwitlngTub-(U- y You are not oblinight, and the tvulinr- - get other's prices and come and see what you can do at home. ly attndod. One applknulcn for gated to buy. I am especially anxious for every one in Hartford and Ohio counuiwnvb'irsiijp wus n oolved. W. E. Elite !uj tho beflTond grvat- - ty, if possible, to come in and see what you have in the way of a jewelry store t yad&y c f d Hfjuiif In Uvu for ' lo ad will iiayjTw fihoWghiat iwh Some of you have not been in, come this time. brloau for all klndj.af pnbduse. A' moi-lng of Ui-v- V)H lWLY 4'SS.,SIEU.'3 OCPORT. , F Biit .17.. 'a :vff- n . tte kli.a w . MtTiBJl tniff I unuu vv. .V- I ,4W?fe4 OHIO COUNTIY, DRUQ CO. ? i,''' . V fc $ $ JEWELER and OPTICIAN. WS frfrfrfo$4ni ur ,' $ fb. .1 .tt-- J. B. TAPP AN, Hartford, Ky. : t v - !i W i!f ' it K ""SBBEI nTTrTHI ,t. Pmttor fc VW I , 'v - WiWT t. v, - TJeT . tsj..nl ''"W,l SSSEZC-- ! CARMNG THEIR FEED "Value of Common Game Birds to Farmer. . Iwifjwi eatr, vC sfl ek pt to ewdevUiam and ny Bfcb mt iwotw-it Tariow ny MtMto, atiAworma, w9 a rSw. jhM nsin-r- wionms, Jir.. is aurM ifrom Qymo tU babtepf tensitflii-te- g Mr, P. B. Tturlor, HwsJtuii, Ky.. for food uaeanth maay im& ww ia ow Wt 9Mwfr. moot of tixm mfefintkh Art daMroys Mr. P. K. Dke and those too. It I kaon ia hi te& f of Ms me&i&jMn-SaMI- e anq of wis SMAUIM6S A Reliable Retnedy asm 1M at Jmmm te but tttfc, If kr Ely's CrtMi Bain bjinr, Mi Btaky a ?fel i-j-ns, - WW OsTMBlCAJt- Hi esjyuft.tjr 11 ' -- r'urr .1 rl MrM, awl a awiall oiwar Ictaonlc Protection to Nation ted. Aid Should be Pro. ( ocwte the ftwmer every year $800, 60,000 tor the damage done by bugJ and worms. The chief olficpctens are Vt. $30,000,000 damage tn a Bingle yefar; the oMnohtoug, that has cost Una corn growers $3,000,000 a year and the wheat growers a similar atmouait; the Hessian fly, ithat occaakxna na annual buehate of Jobs of about 40,000,000 the oattoa boltwoavll, tbfA has done wheat; the Rooky Mouatato. loouat, that tnvnjifcs cantain of the FtataB of Bsoipt; the Btatcti Uke ft ptaguo potato beetle, that robs the porbato and growers of $10,000,000 yaarty, those In&xrts which &xtin to thrive boat la ttoQ home and the Itruck garden. Oif all these the chinch bug is the worst, because of tits yearly pnaraldnio ita wikb distribution:, Itts unonmous an,1 It Jocundity, lis Sqwi onomlda attacks upon all the CcaWs and moat general losJ torogo planted The cauaod by these bug nlono are estimated at more than. $100,000,000 annually. It Is one fifth of an inch, bark, has covered with short block white under wings and a repugnant odor, which pnabably accounts far the small number of its foes. Among tihoa bugs and morons that the average man lias to contend iwJth as dangeiroiua menaces to his garden ana tlha various apoole3 of cutworms, ' wilivrwpmks and (which white gnib.3, thij Bauayh-bu- g may ibe recognized by Lis ye'tawi and black stripes), (he potato b?tiloirany worms that take their name (ram their marching in great numboris and the striped garden cafiJeripilJair. With such enamies to face it is .il indeed moll that Providence has defense of man. Oar for the Sasa (have their foas; and omi!y fa. this why is tha balance maintained. InPePts are preyed upon by oik another; by certain reptllcB, Brnall inanimate, poads and .birds. A toad is said to b3 worth $20 to a gardoniyr; 08 par oenlt of his diets con&is'jj of 'tosects injurious to cu'.tiva: el crops or otlwrsiLsco.UmojjiQua to man. Some of the stranjgfcqt etorfics In. nature are "found In the records of the (warfare tliot Is cant'od bn among the inaats. Hhe loa plant; theasHass- In bug oats the cutwor.m and the ambush bug devoura the house Uy. But at the same time tihe assassin bug also kmowni fanaifuliy as the k&ssing bug Is reckoned among tha tuauCtEl liavlng the power of viccompus iftbg-in- g. pro-yidf- Toe ruffed grouse Is as usAdnftiaUy bird of tiie woods as jtbe praTio ntn i& a bird of the open, and might not Boem a valuable economic uasqt, but, In truth, it has proved flwy as a dwatxoyr of harmful InsePtB as the bob wMtie. An exainlnatloai of t3x& crops of 200 grousn. for 42ie punpose OX ascertaining fchalr food hMbits resulted In dr3'jeTmln''jngthirflo(qdtoooT)-fil- at of: int.ts, 11 pot cant; BOOH H per cent, and tne renuitjndtff ol buda, fruit and miscellaneous vb Up-Vi- of'wbloh th tenval form is the wfJV worm .potto beoUs, wjUoAc wood, borers, naewsin bugs pod ah4nohbuga. The food X young grouse la almost taeetfUvoroos; and as tholr appeal M are vomotous, they perform a vry cnedj.tbl3 Bervice. In 'fact, beoauw of done by toe thorough groundwork bobraiiite eBd ruffed grouae tiKay destroy inane bugs than any otnar ln& speclas oC binds. HEW Pnacttcally exterjninated c)a49t ofth Mieslaalit, tha prario ben, niitjravcr It is permittod jto lave, conSAnues ono of our moat useful citizens. It is known to eat 13 tlifXeront ktods of graahopors, besides otu worms, potato bee'jlas, cotton, worms, army wanms, cater. cucumber iboetlos and many pillars, but is most .valuable because of a taste for the Rock' Mountains locust, vast numbers of which It destroys; 16 pnarto bons kU.lud ta Ne braska ihad just dtoud on S6C locusts. in&dqt Experts declare Uiat tine ravagja in. the Plains Status ore due to the extincctloa of the prairAa ben surely a sound argument for its re- tsUiJbllslimnct ondi dgorous' iumteatioji. Because ita diiqts consists lasgiy of earth wownsjtho woodcocks coononnlcal olue to .the fanmer is not so grat as tint of the quail and gnou9o families. Near its aui'jumn migratioo, however, whan the droughts of summier have bird dried out favorite haunts, tibe sulks in comniflolds, where it de sn stroys many harmful insects, includg jwianms, and ing cutworms, gots caterplUicirs; small also IxWtioS, spiders ind a small porceinitngje of bave (boon found Un its weed s;od crop. The woodcock never ecmtchfcs for its food, but is a yry patient and coroful esamlnailon of th undo side of leaves and Bninf.ll plies uf trash wihloh it ossldously tunna over in Ind. OHIO MEDICAL COMPANY search of mupJ. COLUMBUS, OHIO Mrs. T. R. Barnard and daughters, Box 85 In this way it disroveTs nnd are Mary and Ether, of Hartford, many instjCts othior vlillng Mr. and, Mrs. .Sam Morton ard every bird would pass. Mrs. Oppie Kittlnger. Tho diet of that dodging det'ghlt of sportsmen, the Wlllson aline M much like that of (tine iwoodcpok. it ta cm amart-wioe- d, known to food estn!3iiv siders, several sptioies of .bugs " MeCALL PATTERNS beUies, and bordes of tiny, Inlets Dr. Celebrated tor ttyle, perfect fit, tlmpltcitr ind just as well out of the way. In nearly-8rtlitbility nearly AO RHEUMATIC REMEDY 1l cienr citrand town Inyean. Sold States and the'united Tho common mourning dove ijis no Canada, or by mall. direct. More told than For 15 yean a Standard Resatdy for Send ior free catalogue. any other mate. insects, .but the number of Serds deoil forms of Rheumatism, lumbago, BtcCAIX'S MAGAZINE stroyed iby nbis senitle and tKOUKflful gout, tore mutdss, stiff or swollen than any other fashion More subscriber magazine million a month. Invaluable. Lit. bird Ja amazing. Fond dX gmtei, iwfoich joints. It quickly rsHerss the severs; dressmaltlap millinery, $ est styles, patterns, needlewark. halrdrcsslnir. pais reduce the fever, snd eliminste conatltuitittj nlbout 30 per cent of Its 0 nlaln sewine. fancy the poiton from th srstesa. 60 cents etiquette, pood stories, etc. uniy ou icm m tniurya total food Bupiy, fit. never 'year (worth double), includin a tree pattern, a box at druggitts. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy. stotuduig cnops, .being strictly a foraMtm fmrm Fr itimt Bmx WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS ger, gleaner of Blubio fdelds'. AJbOut MagrimliM Co. r. WMtohall to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue and new cash prise offers. Address boneisits 61 par cent, of its food Its . Latayeti St. Ssiutti stat, InSw IK KcCAIX CO. ZM to W. j70 SU NEW TORI of iweai swede, many belonging (o tbc most obnoxious vafatdos. Th prop of one Jono Mani!nied by the Biological Survey conitaaned 7500 seeds of the : l; yiellqw another hold eo:dfl of diforant kinds; and Still anotitr bad eaten C.000 bueds The dove is also of foxtail gross. fond of bianvikj'weed, four or five Winds oX grass fluid, and the plgwioad or IS your business sick? Do you think you should red root itihat is a menace of fctvyry farm cod garden.. have more trade? Is there anything worrying you No labonex compares to a turkey in connection with the growth of your business? wiwa it com us to tlie difflouilt and dlscjgrecabJe task of ridding a tobac co field of Ita tmuculhmt wonms, or knxflrfng tftcm troubloKionao corners and f, snnvl w?ev, Dt b9-U- . beaMB ock bwea lyaf-eoin- BWn RetM ( One. . Mostor Oswsalsioiisri K wr-It- t, ItolMBmrf, soothes, T. X. lMok. Trustee Jury jsuamroRD, icr. hssth and protects Martfora. Djwlie- -. O. Xeewn s y WUl m AH tha dlwj.in'-d- . mem. MtMMM pretV cenvenea Itrst Lm Black. brxne rv.'su!.infrom. In February and continues three and qitifslallsi' sstManisM CosasSOSMsal muI drives Catarrh weeks; thira Me4ay in April, twe,weks OafsWa Tmom a nw.ny a Cold in the Drak. eeond Monday rin June, three weeks; (lend quickly. Re- AV ks quite IU at C. DralM Mr. third Monday In October two, weeks. stores the Senses of II H C. B. "WeddliHfi JudfeS Ma howe of la-- grippe. County CourL-- B. T.tste and Smell. Full size CO cts. , at Drug O.R, 0,U,8iHirT' AtRor, H. P. Bnowi wa isK)td" to giftts or by mall, in liquid form, 75 cents. W. 8. TInsley, Clerk, C K. SwKh, firK Ely Brothers, 60 WrrB Street, New York. torney, Hartford. Court eonvenes -preach at SmUiboue oburoh for the BArWETT Monday in eaeh month. ensuing year. on Quarterly Quarterly Court-B- el to .Mr. Atva CaUoway t a moivfiBg the fourth Monday in February, May, y ' leave CtonSentawn. The famijy wU Aucust and November. first Tues-.l.- v Court of -Wednwday. We hate to give thm up 1LLK1TORD , KY. U January and first Tuesday in Mr. Joe Rogers ha moved to Muh- OCtOterCf Will raetre tteir yrofoaaroa In oM S. Meisley, " Other CouBty Otfieers- -a , -ieaborg ccounty, 'Burveyer. Fordvflle, Ky., B. F. V. courts of Okie ana adjoining 001 i t . tie and Court of ApoeaU. top ! . No. 2: Bernard KeHx .Assessor, Hort-Mr. Alonao Fnanoa is on the sick ford, Ky., n. F. D. No. 2; Henry Leaeh. teetion given to all busine O encrusts Mat. Dr. A. B. Superintendent, Hartford; to, their oaro., OeUeetlona aiu the Prne-tie- s Kir., sllley, coroner, uaniera. Mr. T, R. Barnard, Hartford, of Criminal and Real Xatato Law INTERNATIONAL JUSTICES' COURTS, was at SmaUhouse, Saifcundaj-- . Specialties. Oftlco la Republican !sM Tuesday teg. n ft. Chamberlain. Hartford. IbQen Mr. Logan Brown rwho has DlCTWNAFY after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday af- qulta I'll for some Mme, is rroutii Im3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after proved. . THE MERWAM WEBSTER? 3rd Monday in December. FRAfMK Mr. W. C Bullock has AI ahouse O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afte ZrA Mnnrlav In March. Wednesday after OJtKA-fccWW every and lot to a Mr. Haley who will move '3rd Monday in June, Wednesday after corertow TION, 3rd Monday in September, Wednesday to same as soon as Mr.I B. Qvrhuls Held of the world's thought, . after 3rd Monday in December. action and culture. The only possesion. can give John H. Miles, Bockport, Friday after HARTFORD, - KY. act unabridged dictionary tm 3rd Monday in March, Friday after Mr. L. B. Qywrnuls has moived Ms many years. , , 3rd Monday In June, Friday setter 3rd Will practice his profession In Otto Monday in September, Friday after 3rd store stook of goods inito hds mow . It defines over 400,009 and adjoining counties and in the Court Monday in December. at KJroncs. Wordat more than ever Saturday of Appeals. Criminal practice and ColC. Jackson; Centertown, J. before appeared Deiwoeu two after 3rd Monday in March, Saturday af Mr. Roy Addlngton has bul&t' a now covers. 3700 l'ascs. coocrii- Iter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday after lections a Specialty, Office fan the Her dwaUlng at Kronos and has moved In ,sra juonaay in sepicmDer, saturuay al- aid building. laatiatlona. ter 3rd Monday in December. to it. M, C. Cook, Ilenfrow, Tuseday after it is the only dictionary pecawe 2nd Monday in February, Tuesday after thQ nQW (Uyjded Those who dined with Sites Ethel II" '2nd Monday in May, Tuesday after 3rd page. A "Btroke of Genius." Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd tf.v Sunday were Missal FannfioLaw-nono- j, Monday in November. an encyclopedia ia BeCSHSe) Dupoy, Ky.; Cora ThomaS3om, Thomas Sanders, Dundee. Wednesday m Buigi!, igiuiuc. mmmmm after the second Monday in February, South and Nell Campbdi, of niar, Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May, the pecaBse it is accepted by and Carxollton, Manda caiUoway and Mr. Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August, courts. Schools HARTFORD, - KY. Wednesday after 2nd Monday In NovemOentor.town,; andjir. Press as the one supremo au Arnold '"f ber. Will practice his profession hi 'all the, thority. C. V. Miles. Fordsville, Thursday after C. C. Klmbley. 2nd Monday in February, Thursday after Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Wlam Rran he who knows us ir. W. T. Lawrence spent Saturday 2nd Monday In May, Thursday after and in the Court of Appeals. Also NoPeca"? Success. Let tell 3rd Monday In August, Thursday night and Sunday "nick hte panjnlD, after tary Public. Office over First National you about tola new work. 2nd Monday In November. 1 of Ray. and Mrs. Q. H. Lawrenoe, J. li. Patton. Ralph, Friday after 2nd Bonk. ujunuuy m reoruary, xriaay after' 2nd Dupoy. ' . Monday in May, Friday after 3rd MonWXITS far tjwlaa t snr UjlUi f day in August, Friday after 2nd MonMr. and Mrs. Lewis pulkerson Spent aciJutuJJco,riWuiOT,s,rfMri.u.BU. JOHN B. WILSON CHAS. M. CBOWB day in November. I sUsttaBtIiUf.p,nMlnrxxiMtipcansupi. Thanikfigiving at Narrows the HARTFORD POLICE COURT. of Mr. and Mrs joe T-- 0hultz. C. M. Crowe, Judge; C3. B. Likens.City Kan. mi-- .. Afrnrtiv. M..U. .....eg,, ir.ui .. i;ouzr n7 Rav. H. P. Brown was with us Sunconvenes second Monday.uaroiiui; month. in each day at Smallhouse church, tliene wcffD mAICIIlWDTTnUCaflBe CURED tCI H- - Wnilams. ,u.nc"-Sr- ,ilayor; T. Clerk: S. K. Cni. three additions to the churdv-liw- o TO PROVE IT urer. Members of Coimrii m t, nn. HARTFORD, - KY. by luYjcr and cow to bo immersed. We tend FREE a bottle GerminaL a auielc relief Taylor. W. JA Scan- - W. M. Fair, Pen E. UvaFaug-hIs Vdsltlnghloraunit for lung trouble, cought, paint in thett, and that TcS0jl1Tr,UBteea--Ellis, E. P. Moore. Will practice their profession ia all MlSS J. S. Glenn, Tinsley, Secretary, C. M.chairman; the courts of Ohio and adjoining counPi03;yiviil!e, ! run down feeling. (Mention thi pp.) Pierce, in Barnott, Mrs. Alfred C. M. Crowe and Dr. El B. Pendleton. wi su D. Riosm. Attorney w. QY!aL0V Jftirer' B. O. Borross, Oerk f CtrMtt Cwtrt-- T. T. sWrkhi. M4M r. L. T. OsM tef, Cirt r; r. Otto C. Mftrtfai Attorney at Law :k W4, iF: '' t-H- x. Me-da- m sVtvtmiVj Jms rtVll ad as? ,u it tifTri; 3 ,:.' 4 Hs-t,- Attorneys at JjA.it ClaJms-Conve- neo, Webster I f a. 1 HrM "g Attorney at Law, L.FELIX, h """"' I I ' I I I Attokney TANCYL.MOSLEY. at. Law I ...-- ,,, WILSON & CROWE t SS' frii LAWYERS i t RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Special, attention given to criminal M. E. Church KniirhRAi-u'r-n. and evening every first and third Sun- practice and to collections. Offioa oa day in each month. Sunday School 9: Main 3t, opposite Court House. a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednes-Kv. Virgil Elgin Pastor. Church Services every Sunday morning and evening. Sunday School . a. m. Prayer meetlncr tvnesday evening, rtnv. n- -.i 'w -. ties, and in the Court of Appeals. i,v.e?'!: , r RHEUMATISM Whitehall'i pastor. jiVfiS? inaiyoa vv .... ..uc, o,.j. m- - and 7 P- U P" m- - E'der W' B- - WrlBht paStor. C. P. Church i t each month at U a. m. nrt 7. JT Sunday Scoo..9:i5. o. ?hurch-Servi- ces every fourth Sunday J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. Ohio County - All Matters Given Prompt Atten SECRET SOCIETIES. tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS 'A Hartford Lodge No. CTS, F. & A. M.. SPECIALTY. meets first and third Monday night in each month. Owen Hunter, W. M., L. P. Foreman Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. Hi, R. A. meets every' third Saturday night M.. OTTO C. MARTIN S. P. McKENNET in JJ,hn T' Moore High Priest; wcha TInsley, Secretary. Hartford Chapter ,No. 84. O. meets second and fourth Monday E. S.. even- Anderson, W.M. Miss ii?'..Mt3".iiS' Secretary. Bousrh River Trfi. Jn nn Trit.- - """ Martin & McKeiey "1 4 ryihlas. of mioioia-floiaio- 10,-0- 00 The Hartford Republican Business Building Bureau WE HAVE THE REMEDY nvprv. Tiiauiaw ni-- i. C" J Ney Foster K- Hartford Tent No. , JC O. T. M.. meets every first anr third Thursday night R., D. Walker. Commander; L. P. Foreman, Record Keeper. Sunshine Hive No. 12, L. O. T. M.. meets every first and third Friday night In each month. Mrs. Attye Qrlffln.Lady Commander: Mrs. Lula Pendleton. Lady Record Keeper. ' Carpenters and Joiners local No. 1881, meets 1st Saturday night in each month. Treal SkacKB' Pre"-- : w D- - Luce Sec- Acm'e Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. F.. meets second and fourth Friday night in jach month. W. R. Hedrlck Noble Grand Burnett Secretary. Ohio Tribe No. 183, Imp. Order Red Men, meets second and fourth Wednesday night in, each month. James C. Ben C E" Pte' Chlef ot Records 'r. meets &?sPan,j ' v General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK. Hartford, Ky.. and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. W!. s '' ?$ Xeice nciwM. "The Liver Pills act So Naturally and Easily." Such a statement, coming from the cashier of a bank, shows what confidence responsible people have in these pills. Mr. A. L. Wilson after trying them wrote: "I have used Dr. Uttes' Nerve and Liver Pills and alto your ' Pill, on myreir, with ) cood result. The Liver nils t.ti act so naturally and bo cuslly !t.' ' that I scarcelyplU.know thut I ', ' Fttqucntly havo taken a being troubled with htadacbe I Anti-Pai- n . lube Kummer, whoni the worst Insect pestu are most domtruotivo and weed seudu are being sonittored far and Viido Car anotnor year's gituwlh, wheffe doxtj uhe Xamnor iook for the In tim flock of tuirknoiB? Where but in tta stubble field, gobbling huge d'nnrrs of grassliioii(iyrB, crickets, locusts, thousand-lea- s, centipedes, yoUonv-jaoko- :, ground beaUcs, and bugs taumrttvble, not to monitioa ououmibcr-bouUiB- S, cotton-wonm- s, 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 free of all cost and without condition of any kind. Write out an account of your whole business troubles, freely and frankly and send them to this office. We will pass the letter on to Mr. Henderson and you will receive from him in a few days a solution of your dif ? Acuities the same kind of solution that has made success for , thosands in the same positions as yourself. Hartford CamD. TV. o. TO n w n wl oomInnder Thomas Williams; Clerk. Preston Morton Post No. , a. holds regular meetings Saturday A. R. the first Monday in each month. beforod Ash-forMills, Commander; J. M. Rogers, A. S. Prenldent-- biecuric Succeed when everything else. fait. In nervous prostration and female weakaeseea they are' the supresM remedy, as' thousands have teMsSei. Bitters SEEDS' wasars MCM SVCCsW I 4 , of E. honi"OiB, tick-ircfcd- l, ranarlnvood, crass JeniuH'ted, an Eoa&on taken according to ' Pill and v. Immediate relief iu every caBu." Wilson, Sparta. 11L A. I Mr. Wilson was for a number of years cashier of tfce Hint Katlonal Dank of Sparta. take an Anti-Pai- n :; H Dr. Maes' Nerve and Liver Pills are different from others. Many kinds of liver pills are "impossible" after one trial on account of their harshness. Dr, Miles Nerve and Liver Pills do not act by sheer force but in an easy, natural' way, with-ogriping or undue irritation. They are not habit forming. . your H ih flnt bottle fM to Vwesjlct will rtturn Um pr(. Ask him. ut and upportnafltor. UpfontunnitJcly ho Wild turkty plomtiful la nowhere anougfc to fiffofUvely old Una fanmor, but it has the Eame apiwUta as us the tfunioitic iturky, and would dufiti'Oy, the wmo jwta If eiiVin a olionoe. Such, tlicm, la the economic raluo of our common ganu birds to the farmer, and, therxtforo to the nation. Iu thiorw not nenaon nough for Wielr foir proUoilan? cJtucinna'lL imju4ivr. Some scheme of a novel kind of advertising will make a that will bring the money pouring into your money drawdifference in your business. er is possible. Possibly a certain kind of ad- - Your competitors may be folder that has' rying you and you may want a brought success to others is knowledge of the latestmethod of fighting them. what you need. You mav need help in getting in your bad deljts a few hints A particular method of window dressing may be what will can be given that have materibring you tb success you laak. ally helped others out of It may be that a new style wor-vertisi- ng ! National Officers: M: F. Sharp. Narrows, Ky. Vice President J. M. Woods. D' KumP- - Id.nnnl?"11'-"-3State Officers: t ". M. Froman. Carroll county, Pres. "y vice ' President: S B., Robertton, McLean county, s. O. p. Roemer, Warren county, State Organizer. C. C. Allen, Henry county, and Lat-ti- e Graves, Allen county, Assistant state , organizers. Board of Directors. Ben Watson, Warren county: C. M. Barnett. Ohln enmi ty; A. H. Brooks, Bracken county; R. is. Jv lt?r'. Mardin county, and J. F. Doss, Muhlenberg oounty. - - FOR KIDNEYJ.IVERAND STOMACH TROUBLE i to tiM boot roedfckie ever, ssil over a druggist's counter. " ""! Sec.-Trea- SPECIAL OFFER: nil J SSaua. Airwti t you oar parsasmnt imMwr., tro-bl- e. Special salesmanship Cardni Worked Wonders. TtoDkMrs. Ooie JU. of this place, says: "1 don't believo 1 would bo Jiving if it hadn't boon for Cardul. After treating mu to-da- y, made sucewiil similiar circumstances may be indicated in your busine8. But whatever it fa. send .the fulle to this department nnd let DhmV that has How tn conduct a special sale, ot r.tlcH, rnay possibly by the li '; way out pf your wor-r- i. nhn of vour troubles help j , vou-F- REE Ohio County Officers: fl. L. Stevens, Pres.. Beaver Dam,Ky. Henry Pirtle, Sec. Hartford. Ky. D, Ford, Treas.. Hartford. Ky. COUNTX BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford.Ky. U L. B. Tichenor, Jlartford, K. F. D. No, E. 2. K. C: Hartford. Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. S, Patterson. Oluton, Ky. i. B, U Alford. AVhlte Run. Ky. 5. Richard Pliimr, Tayler MlnM.Ky. t. J. L. Brown, rtoekport. Ky, WrH sssffiSsa8K HUmOit thit Pmpr. ND K) CENTS . ; MWkMMAMWWWAAAAMWWVWVWt .MMMriwuiMklMa4tMb(lkUTa4MMa V&x&S&&PZi !. j.w:wiiRiatt a - - w. v-- DSfl O WWSL McMlnnniilo, Thiscvsts ijOSSf v ai ,t. sslWaSi J 7, ri iu4 ttt - ,h " .j . - turn , MILM MCBICAt. C. twenty seven days, my doctor advis od an oy oration, but I twoirhl not con sent Instead, I took .Oardud. and uov I em itolug say work yea the wseb lag. . CanW woke4 w4ar la my OBsa I aw ia batter ac (or neatth five yearn." OurOai Is a atronathoii-hs- g tooio for wamea'.' toaw up De Brvs, Mai.wMwiigta ajiwtion Fur ler rt ' ul.r ol our offer "v "1 ith'.u.wil totijs'W, ll,oi.ni,nicatlou't'"0,f 'Iff.- v fl',.;Vi(Wl'irIrwH n 4fi '" tL. . THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. nmlHSH BullUni ' Buru, K 4 ; BSSSBBBBBBBBBBBBsPe It.iWvtjtii D-9- 9. S n Mwd OanJisl, TryK. ' . Hartford. KeniHcky. 4 .- u.: v i ' ( I. - "- n V. ' c - 1 '3 ' " .AA'tW.aTrt. jjlei. :!.. iaA-- .. ., . . .'34,r-- . J'.'lk L .' ,,, a.ii, LWi.-Aik- . ' i For Sale ffifiCjmCD AND DCECNDED. 4mwl ir jpefl UnrMfor how to okUln man ITuit fr ropnrt I Km idTlne, iMcnu, tra.1. mil I MUJlMinnc, in ALL fiflllHTiir I Btuin ttirrrl uk WatMlngten tavt'i time, I p.. nrj w. - cnmrn f. Pats PASTOR RUSSELL Real Estate! i SO Aores of tke finest Rough river bottom land looaled three miles wesf of liartford. About 20 aeres la cultivation. Good dwelling and out buildings. A bargain for $1,260. tlie macAetft for Monday wh pran Uio .j son of Jtobt. Addison, wai klclrt?d by a hotiso. It la upp3 d tho boy was Arjirg (oljrltlla s W(wk rMhpponed W iMoIIonry's Uilrd Bffla9 Despair and Despondency liorao whii it klciood kimi, pro. Itl intrtHMMot Writ or onnwi toiiitt MsMa ftowt, w wn i M Pnctic Eitfttlrtty. wi mm n ttet Hint Otto. I i n t o. c. .. BaaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaiiaLri mAAa. jaaaaal t OVER 6S YEARS' EXPERIENCE Bsl BaaBBBBBBaBv We have 4G acres of floe bottom land from one and a hait to two mites of Hartford, part of It wH timber. Also about 75 acres of up load belonging to the same traot Terms easy A new ono and one-ha- lt story frame building with five rooms and large rocptleon bell, built out of the best solectca material. Situated on Clay and Fcedrlca Btreete, Hartford, Ky. Lot 60x205 feet Fin weU of soft water. All necessary out buildings., I eras reasonable. Mm- 1 b "BLH rfffff ' - - yitl jl I1M 11 LJ 1 mm Tradc Marks UK8IQNS CoKvninuTB Jin Aaron saadlria- aketcb and description atoMr ascertain oar opinion fret in x Mnt frM. Oldest uener for securing Datcnta. nrtlcs, without charge, in the rt scientific '- """ t A hainHamelj Illustrated weekly. wlatton of nr eclentlBo Journal. Mreest dr. Sola or all n.w.dealerJ; Jhnerittit. "M Co.8t. New York c. Offlco. & IT Bt, Washington. I), ' -- Subscribe for The Republican $1.00 per year. tern, good cellar, never falling well of water, good stable and other out buildings, ono acre lot of ground. A splendid location for family residence and hotel, price and terms reasonable. Apply to BARNETtr & FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Ky. nine room two story dwelling ln Centertown, Ky., has good cisGood POSITIONS GUARANTEED for our graduates. As soon as we get the required number of students this orferwlll be withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. GUARANTEE position lr nood WE will us real soon. Woyou a many more you at once to supply the enormous demand w s X v If COM y aVT E O vr. BCIIWAHTZ BUSINESS COLLEGE rOH ERTADLIsnED lflo-- t IOTXISVtr,T-E- . KY. ego that God has eranb-d- , sample Latest Model "Rancerj bicycle furnished by us. OarasrentxeTerrwbereai the rulers t xoteuil cntr as finer, or TOthor particwaru and.nr( W a lU5o Df power ."f" """' ' rjivjtrT-jut- tintlt vmi a annmwn nf wnn. KliHrrf a NO MONEY IUCQUII detostt in advanci, prttay night, an. to such micro as, mankind tn general iiany5S in??,Jr,'nJ!ve Ji;!5, tmtum' a Wr "" w l.; irto cawuj Aihiii.aurinffwnicn ume you minf1i.tlM. mtt wnth nt.. mSglhit ohoose or tolorpito, whkAer WISUi nr1frtv .ati.fi.Ht n ffo .. w wi .v aj zi yuu t. l- - :i .I " VOU arit thrn nnt- .'v- -' i.t . :puiEoicrtieaupuincKrauaiourexpenseano:yran'iffrMffKwKr. "" of CsrrrflBV DBIPCe w fumuh the hisht ende btcrcles it is DOMtble tn tnib Irmi ui bad, until 'Vila Irtmrts at factory nr ' rnldfUmpnA rtrntitt ono Jtiull profit aboven. actual kwA k cost. You" save $ the Gentiles'' expire; that during tihls to lie hv hiiv4n nf .nj irr antee bellind your bicicle. 10 MOT I1UV a birrcleora mlroi llreshnmiun at a(r frtet until you receive our catalogues and leam our unheard ol artJ-- i time God has panmlbtod Ifche world T largely to if.1?.? irimarkaiu ificiai tfit, to riuer acenu. manoiso Its own aflfaiirs and II OTA It Lief A when rectlv nnr IvanHfiil rfilMnuk si' tudy our iwaiiiLb dk MaiunioiiCH W... roil uprb at the take 4ts own curse in Lnt0vtW0nnmiVvmilM.VMr. ,. than anv other fartnrv. we 3ri Mticfi.'cl with y.n, nmAt -- W.W ..V.V.. nk' to the end that, in m doing, all men m .u... 9hn ...... ...... tK.hi.liHin.J.MwurA.lu.M.1 jur.vi.i,iva, day mmw I I iuuiuu.Orders filled theyou can sell our bicycles under your own name plats I might Idarn ithat, In fthair faUsncon- H prices. our received. i BIOrCLKS. We, do no! regularly handle second hand bicycles.. U I 8CCOMDa HAND op hand 'usually have tney One Inoajpoblo Of Oolfnumber taken In fade by our Chicago retail stores. These we clear oa Ht'lOBB, a'prorapny at prices rangtnirirom w to o or m. Uescnpt ve barfa u ists mai ed free. 1' i. BDBKFQ alKl wheels. Imported roller chains and pedals, parts, repairs as, OVornment, and that It UOCS not pay iAltTrV VatCH-BHIinK., ,simcqmpmcntotMlda&i it WtfousuitrttaU ruts. i r v i.... IIUCHTOWI WANTED -- A RIDER AGENT and district t thority to rule an ox.cn'l-tfracture of tho c akuH, through which a port.on of Pen Products of The Famous thj kralm substanco ranol, rra. Smith and Onowdor dvat-in- g Minister. tho dJpr,sa3ad bany. Tbio boy has a alight chanoj jo otootot. Itr. Sherman Vlok, Owcnsboro, was Things That will do You Good to shaking hands with lis ougtomKrs ot this place Monday. Ponder Over Bible is WonZolma, daughter of ilr. and (Mrs. Will Vaughn, who has bo:m ill of ty- derful Book. , phokl for B0oral Is convalescing. Mr, L. C. Brawn, Mr. and arrs. Guy Initolttgrnt people no long-- r boMov-- Stat'or and childnen, Mr. and Mr3. c. tho docurlno of Eltcr-n- D.Barn'Os, Dr. and Mrs. C. G. crowTortune, nor oven th doafcrliw of ded and Messrs. A. M. Smith twid Ed PugatonloJ SuWorimg. Have loqt'hcoc, Nelson spent Tihankqgf.viflg with Mr. they aro doubting oviery, rel'glous and Mrs. S. T. Brown, ot near tfohilng. Wimt tli?y need Is to boh the Bible's praamtatloms. The Stork has beon vary biry In , Whwt the world and iwfliat this community ofi- - tho pait fw days first of all the church needs, Is tx gat Tho families made happy by w Httfovls dootrlnolly suraight In rospxt to too ltor were thes-- j of L. C. Brawn and Almighi'iyV oharacllpr, ind in tvjHpeot Pramk Hoclo-j- r on th 27th ult., RQbt. to His punposos for His human orca-turo- s. TraM on tho 2nd, and WOT Smith and As socm as that condition of Benry Hardin on tho 3rd inqt. D:s. mind shall have reach ad tHirco Sml'Ji and Crowd ar abSandlng. JEoth. wlU iba no naad lo pray tor Pervhtils ers and ibablos doing nicely. of rollglon itlioy will follow Irresis Mr. Mack Nail and family, of EUc- tibly. ton, Kyr aiu Lsltlng mtathta at God's pnadcstlnnAIon was not onJy this place. that Ho would liavo a church, but, Tho quloker a cold Is sotoon rid additionally, that the itesmis ar condi ot tho lees the dangor from pntumonl tions of Ecllowsihlp In Itot Church and othor sorlous Mr. B. should bo lihat ich lona would Ibocom W. L. Hall, of Waverly, Va., Bays: ChrlatllKie. Surely ttiirls Is a good "I firmly believes OhoaubcPtoin's with whdeh no one could Cough Rom'edy to be absolutely the find ifliult. "aiather wo .sttuill gain boat preparation on itho markwt for a plaoo wKih Muo "el ot" on Uie heav- colds. I havj recommondtd it to my enly piano, or a place with th non-ele- ct friends and thy all agreo with me." world In restitution to earthly For sale by all druggists. m nature, we caranot do o'tanrfsei than rocogndzo itho juatilce of God In so deciding,, (hat nonj ;but tlhn Balnitly copies of liutilr Itord could bo momibera Bnckbee's "Full of Life" Northern Grottn of the okot Church and jolnt-JKilr- u Pedigreed Seeds hive a reputation 'of 3 years o successful seed growing behind them, it pays to with Him in His Kingdom. plant the best. Seasonable Specialties' While the masses of men are itoday BEANS baldly ohallongins both fchio oiivil and Earliest Red Valentine . . $3 50 Bushel Refugee Extra Early . . Jj 25 Bushel occloalaaiical porosis of Ohrdatonidom New btringless Green Pod . $j jo Bushel Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax U-Bushel to provo lutwlr datims of Divlno auYuncir mrniic war . . X4.75 uusnel wwilnig wo-aks, 3 al n. n -clis-nj- I cloth-bindin- weakness and diseaso of (ha feminine organism. ctnrv nf ilia .nffr,'nrf tha. despair, end the despondency endured by women who carry' a daily burden of and pain because of disorders anX deranijemenli of the delicate and Important organs that ar distinctly feminine. Tlio tortures so bravely endured com- - ' pletely upset the nerves if long continued. Dr. Pierce's Favorlto Prescription i a positive cure for ' 1 INo one but a woman enn tell tho , IT MAKES WEAK WOHEN STRONG, SICK WOMEN WELL. It nllays inflammation, heats ulceration and soothes pain. tones and builds up the nerves. It fits for wifehood nd motherhood. Honest medicine dealers sell it, and ... -- . ,1 2... .. tiavn nnfhinif in ,irfj .... "onBecret, and has a record of forty yeara of cures. Air. Your Neighbors. They probably know of some of its many cures. II you want a book that tells all about woman's diseases, and how to cure, inem at home, send 21 one-cestamps to Dr. Pierce to pay coat of mailing only, and he will send you a free copy of his great thousand-pag- e illustrated Common Sense Medical Adviser revised, up-t- o date edition, in paper covers, in handsome 31 stamps. Address Dr. R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y. It GILLESPIE BROS. W.H.& J. F.GILLESPIE Proprlotor3 HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned I Pressed 6 LACKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, - Ky. Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing GUI, Y. jr. C. A. ULDG., SEEDS PEAS HARTFORD, KY. wdttoar ILhoy nor Curne's Rust Proof Wax . IN hi 1 mm Wk ". -- "l l .-'- v' H.Hnr-.jii.- IMUfeU W Extra Early Alaska . . . fc 50 Bushel New Early GradiB $5 50 Bushel Horstord's Market Garden . 1.5.50 Bushel Buckbce's Lightning Express jj.oo BusbeJ Lettuce, Radish, Tomato and a full line ol Seeds, Hants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. Send for complete catalogue or submit a list of your requirements and wllfquote prices. Buy direct from the grower Save Money. Write today. Mention this paper. ISeSBaUaeeSl., .... y 50 Bushel HEFLIN & CO., .First Class Liverynian Centertown, - Kentucky. 11 H. W. BUCKBEE Sera Roctford Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, Firm. RoOfer., B, - YYYVXVYYYYYYYYWYYYYYYY . I mrti -l '?t' will miroauu me '. fSMf per fair, bhi UJHeuatamtUtai'rtort40'vaukviithorder$4JS). M MCSETIOVBLE FBOM PUNQTORES not the ifJRESPKi or Glass willfioltl lot vear. last xtv thousand nairs Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use. I lM.JKJWr'JjLlWi ml In nil Tllillnlj and easy ruling.Terydurnbleand lined Insldewith a special quality of rubber, which never become aaajj'. V SiSsl porous and which closes up smalt punctures wunoui auow. inc the air ioesaoe. We have hundreds of letters from satis-H HSllB Kotloa tha thick robbor trea "U "A" and pttnotor.trlpa -SracustomerastailngtbatthelrtlreshaveonlTbeenpumpi UD, also rim strip U ttponce ortwlce In a whole season. They m eigh no more thi in MM. and to prevent rim cutting;. Th; tire wUl outlast any othc tnakaSOFT. ELASTIC aa nu,uiu. dvertlsInepurposesweareniaUlneaspecialfactoryprlceto the rider of only &.80 per pair. All orders shipped same day letter u received. We ship CO.D,o approval. Vou do not pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as representee ijiWe will allow a cash discount of 5 per cent (thereby making the price 4.50 per pah) if yo sou run no nss; t trux.L viLSU YrA.iiL uihuci ciau cuciusc iuia ftuvcnucmciu. ilog us an order as the tires may be returned nt OUit expense If for sny reason they or If vou order a oalr of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run fastr better, last longer and look finer than any tire jou have ever used or seen at any price. W r that vou will ta so well plrued that when you want a bicycle Vou will give us your orde e want you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer. don't ouy any Kina at any price until yousenu tor a pair a sjaf susrarrk BW tires on approval and trial 1 HKmV 1 1nCO Ilcdgethorn Puncture-Proo- f aoove: or write tor our Dig 1 ire ana sunary uiuiogue waia il introductory price quoted tke and quotes all makes. and kinds ot tires. at. about half the usual prices. nrnnMA t,- - . . T. Il i .i DUt write us a postal touay. uu nui ouiuius Dicyc aaji TT ASS or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wonderfi costs a postal to learn everything, Write It NOW. ecTert we are nuking. It only Tntr 8 U HKUBM HI1HH AsrV 10 Sif thvtm PUHCTURF-PBOO- F 1 ' or of och other. Ja SELF'SiEALlNG TIRES TOumwDuacam.r mrtnt9 nM tirr 4! Tho Dible tha moat wondiorful book Jn tho world; oasaultrid bo'Ji by Criands and foo3, ft has TMirfjood thorn all and etlU sands tho gToat Monument and roccrd of 'he w hloh God purposed dn Him-il- f bofone the fcunda'tlcn of he ranld! Wo hold that the Bible la not, na is eujijiosod, a of wise and unwilso ruls,ire3-ulaaonttatomonts, tc, but lihot It Is a Dlviliio record so arranged rhat whon its various parts and thalr to each othor are dlsanrn- od, it rovoals the woiwlxjrTul outlinoa (if .tjho Divine purpose. Wo do not claim that (ho method which Gad adopted for doaJdng wiJi our raco .was the only cine open to Him, ibat wo do olalm that (iho fact "Mvine parpoa'a Y Y Y Y" SEND YOUR BOY TO' - ". col-tctf- on B, ffJU riOFC Uhat DIrrino Wisdomi seleaUid this P9 ajiiii mil' liMIT luunur r k MEM AND CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, to KILLthc COUCH CURE THE WJTH LUNC8 Dr. King's New Discovery AW11 raiu I kaWWlW tsl sal I I I I vromiitly obtained la ad THADC-MAHK- S an eoualrles, or no ton, obuuu PATC NTS adTertlsetheoi thoroughly, at our THAT PA't espeaae. andiielp you to sueoeas. lead DMMiel. pnoloor sxetcli tor FREE report Ml patentability. 10 years' praotloe. BUR- PASSINQ RIFCFIENCES. For froi Uulde Book on rroflutble Istents write to 03-I0- B I Seventh Street, WHSninUTON, D. c. ALL THROAT ANDmMOTHOllBLES, aUABANTKJCD SATIBFAOIOKYl OK MOXOtT KEEJmDXO. . '" n BULBS-t-l ,mwMW mWWW.Ck. OFFER ,1(M a permaac at IJ m sarkUsWa tnurw Wd or you W WT'mT!eflmMn iw- - WM iu, euss Save l!nn;y aud Kttp ia Style by Reading McCall's and UsiaMcCaUPattenu Maguise Ladies! MKAIL'5 MACAZIttf rkCaS'lMxatlaawIIt hrln jou drejr lj at a moderate method of dealing taitih Adam's nun U an assuranoo that in some ruspMCts, at iaxEtt, It is tho wla at nwthodJio host adapiiod to tho Dlvllno punposn of dovieloptng iho raco and testing lis nKxnbcrs and tholr wcrtihlnoas for lifo rfbemal and also tiho boat for exhibiting the varcus qualities of tho Divlno charaajor to angols and mon. rt Is indoM a notoblio faot that In tho Judgment ot CtinaUwdom, oven by faho world at largo, tho standard of Judgment la tho Word of God. Tho hrathun hold up tho DLblo, and bold-l- y doclaro, "You aro not as good as your Dookv" Thy pclnJt to Its b';8-e- d Cbfflat, and say, "Vou do not Uvo up to your Ilatitxjnn," And bo'h tho hoathgn and tho rnaseoa of Olulnt-iu-dotulue up the Goldim Rulo and the Law of Lovo, wharowith to mcasuro the doetrlnies ustiUiUocs, policy and gaaaral eowso ot Christendom; and all allte tesbtfy to tho truth of tho atr&ne handwriting on her fctlvie walls "Thou art weighed In tim and found 'Wanting." m-thbal,-ano- Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y MATHENEY & BATTS H H H H H H H Vanderbilt Training School LKTON, KV. limited select school tor boys. Faculty of college-traineOur patronage has men. me from several Southern States. Twenty-tou- r dilferent towns in Western Kentucky represented this year. Electric Lights, Steam Heat. Hot and Cold A. d FOR BOYS Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y H H Baths. 1,000.00 Extremely healthful locati n. recently spent on improvements. NO SALOONS l THE TOWN OR COUNTY. Moral surroundings excellent. UNEXCELLED AS A SCHOOL EOR YOUNG BOYS. Year Begins September 6, 1911 Write for Catalogue. Address all communications to Nineteenth Desk "B" X X X X v 2 mr Ms BNHiME hMNkt, (sMkasMiWl RtaTaTBElMHllkrit B A (ssbbbsssMMbV bsa4Mtf MWM M BBttti!g-- i Ts tail viii km latest fsililous In clotkos aud liafs. SO Ktw Ksabloo lit 93th Isu, Alto taluable InfoftnatlOA 011 all home aud ter sxjaat matters. Only ItKludlBg Mc A a frea iwiwni, UuW-Ki- ll today or seu4 tw jgte?j3a for (reeaaaiirio eoay. MaCaM wU ssnalayou to saaka hi Mr faatut ilMalstr hoam, opcnsqby kooplug you pon led cm. tho Ini 1 Jr. Wtum your tsujfc ana wtot and cold, tind aad yow ibody ahUled through, big tihrouab. AroeB ext8ure, tnkie a. dose of ChamlwlaAa'e Oousyh Itemedy, bsikbto your i&A. kt hot wKter Wlum gosB; to ted. and you ar ataorit ob Wa to yunl oJkf a aararo ctM. For a) by, all dtnipglatn. ia If if ob attJ yourwlf la sryl VMM. 4 VW Ffas wyiaon oilliiFn I m Ym lm f srrlpiMciiKiifft rra rr.---K- S nkti PaffifH Pm t'reitiuot(.atair t 11 'iji irtwiu twrfeu t far mutog Mb. ) Ml t'llotae. . nianwriiM ""MCHENRY. BUaw at 6. 1 te pawaar Dsc 'fer' tjfafts oa- WHiinlinf ver targuku Wo MATHENEY & BATTS. frnii''T.-4"J, Matl the AnMiityg .0star rk kwgN Qfwid wa,iitlaJ, wltis 'to tsjiairWirUy; dol&y ot wwAarkl 4l.f.44JKXJ.J..Jal.iJ.J.J.JaJ.sysJ. I 3 IA Father. Mother, Sister, Brother, Sweetheart, Aunt, Uncle and Cousin. Gifts too that everyone will appre-IIIiL- l) cfate and that, will remain a token of your esteem and love. Come soon and look over our stock and you will be sure to find that which will give happiness to you and others. Piffc fnr CVciyUIlL lUl PionnnD COUNTY DRUG CHRISTMAS STORE INCORPORATED CHECK YOUR QHRISTMAS WANTS FROM THIS ILIST. . For the Ladies. Stationery Visiting Cards High Grade Boxes "X-m- as . "For the Man. . ' ' Roman Brass Goods. j arainiers .(iianaiea; Jadiniers Jar Shaving Trays Round Trays Fern Trays Fern Dishes, Hanging Baskets Finger Bowls Pen Trays , ' I ' ,' - Cards Perfumes Toilet Water Cold Cream Crope Paper , " Shaving goods Badger Lather Brushes Enders Safety Razors Auto Strap Safety Razors. 4L . ll3PMODERN Xm .. . . Pipes and Cigars,; Etc., ,' '.. Albums ) Suggestions. CIGARS' BY THE BOX 'Military Hair Brushes , . ; " '"" 3 V ,.Hat and, Clothes Brushes Manicure Goods. Buffers Brushes and Combs Toilet Sets , Pin Trays' Music Rolls ' . . ' ' Our im't an ordinary .tore for it' full to overflowing with freth, bright aevf ideas for Christm&i gift. Choice perfumery make! a mot pleating gift for young or old. Our stock ia very complete. We, make a apecialty of the famous Fountain Pens NOTE:-Th- is goods is made of pure Brass t -- Smokers Set (Brass) Ash Receiver (Brass) be thy ser-- . Year, be rosy and and is lacqureed to prevent tarnishing. Rieger Perfumes ,. "; Confectionery in ,:"'. Bon-Bons "GUTH" Chocolates and Holicieiy Packages. Beautiful package from 25 cents up. May we have the honor of n'viiit from you? Come in and look around anyyray. Most of these articles are ex. ceedingly inexpensive and all are very appropriate. Flower Drop" in a poliAed m.pl cat. particularly to .end ivijr. It if an ideal Chrutmaa sift. May the Goddess of luck vant throughout the New yMay ,the paths you .trod 'S clear; ?May your disappointments '" pleasures many;, .May your portion of hard ' ' any. . Special! Speciall As a special offer to buy fom us, We give a ticket to our Vaudeville and and MoviDg Picture Show (to be given at the Opera House Dec. 28) for each 50c purchase. (Watch for program and list of acts be few and luck be not later) --" The Ohio County Drug 'Company. ,headd Mra. Martha Hown, of thte .place, "un-tt- ll January 1912, at 1 o'clock p. m. bers and. candidatcp to aaa bow (tMnga None. at Sheriff's Sale. dome in. DlaViot No. 9. Oflhar ad-- i I took Cardul. and It curbd me. the Count House door la.- - Hartford, , monUu, T of Execution I joining anv. Ohio ocounty, Kentucky, expos ..ld dlatriotB will aiap biting del- .... $268,730.13 By virtue me, which iamiedNo. 404 to Ta'al Jromthe directed to - STATE OP KENTUCKY, pubUc aaJe,, to. the highest blddxavthet eatos land Jialp in the Wig damonifftran& Now j do a1 Circuit and don.t Clerk's Office of the Ohio ARE NAMED Won. County of Ohio act. Doctors la,lQd follawing property (or eo much therem& Court ta faror of S. J.TtehottvBSalasl bu Ctedjjl A joint Jowttog pf the YVbodnKin I, Jno .h. Bitekm, Cashier of la bene. of as may bo nooesaary to safttefr M ,g Circle ia also Ming planned as a num- - above named Bank, do solemnly swear J. C. Umw. Eor bae un of $75.63 m wm Blaiatlf'd dobt, nbsavt atoid ccoat), 6. 9111. and, it: bur of eroyuj in, ithrj district havw re- - that the rabove a at anoni Is true to with lntereet from ed to on part of the body. Cardul For Woodman Festivities in 7.B5 coat. 1. or one of my deputies, quoted it aad the ikftaila ana being tLe bo.t Q. ray knawtadg and bollak imnir tte whole womanly ayatem. A tract of land lying in Ohio county will, on Monday 4h9 fir day of Jan- workod out by aiajor RualiL ' Any JNO. H. BARNES, Caahiar. ft heUg headajch 1, taiHng Kenf&usky, as follows: Hartford. lnXonmatlon deravod (by mrjiabers of itho Subscrjbod and awon to bofora tne uary 1912, at 1 o'clock, p. m., at the fe&llngSj Boundad on the South by InduttWai y , t, ,R -- ,n h.1n vrt, pric- CoHopeiraAlve Aaaoclaitlon; onj itjaeWeat aruiK. wmi.,,, Clrola caa be tad by milling an ox ad- by Jno. H. Banaoe, Oaahder, this 14th wmra. xiuium uwr lu counity, KamtiUQky, expose to pulblic dressing Uxe Ddgtriot Manaaar, Hart- day of Dai., 1911. by Harvey Kaltey's pnopeirty; on Public Installation of Over 400 aale, to the highest bidder, tfrs folford, Ky. by Imsyt Glvena FRANK BARNES, NaSary BubWc. Proaarty. My Cathanliaim cxplnjj JanuaT.y 12, lowing property (or go much fchemaoX FOR FLETCHER'S ILevded upoa as the property of J. C3. Officers Will be Held here as may ibs niasciaaajry to vettety PJain-tif- fa REPORT OP T.HE CONDITION uomy. 1914. I debt, ilatervast and coeta), on January 20. TERMS: Sale will be maids on a dorract Attaat: OF ; THE - O. ,H. BARNES: credit ctf 6 mouths, bond, with apSheriff's Sale. A tract of land lying ia Ohio counO. P. AUSTIN, proved BQCurity roqulred, hearing i Beauer Dam Deposit Bank ty, Kentucky, and bounded 'Bjg faltawa: By virtue of Execution No. 403 dl,- JNO. H. BARNES, at the rato of 6 per cent, At the regular nwetfag pf MagnolBound on the South' by Indusltalal nected to mo, which issued from the E. P. BARNES, ifrom 'djay of dale, atmd fcavieg Camp No. 202, V. O. V. bat Sat- Doing 'business n'.ltowpof BiiYprlDam, ia Asaoclotioa; tua the West! Clerk's Office of the Ohio Circuit the force and effeot pf a CSounty' of Ohio, S'nte of urday; might 4w following replevin'' Kdk Dlrotora. Dtfileora by Harvey Kellej'W propenby; on tho Count, In favor ot WUHlajnB Coal Co.. bond- wene bloaUJd for fchuyear 1912 tacky, at ithe close ofliual-Eijsand Nonth ioy uary uirons' prpparfy; on, against J. C. Loney, for ithe sum. ot radii be ins'aiUed at the. Dla'jrlot iublic Wins Flcht for Life . Wiltaeas my hand. M 13th day of on die 5th day'-df- . p- - Bk'ft rW!rty. $42,69 with interest from May 6, 1911, nqcember 1911. ' was a tang omd bloodor battleficW010 East It Doc. 1911. installation In, this city Januany 20, ayn as tho jrapont(y of J. C. and $5.45 cost. or one of my depul,ife "tihat iwoe waged by James B: Lov-k1912. T. H. BUACK. S. O. C. ties, will, on Monday, the first day ot Mershon, of Newwtc, N. J. at whftdh ImxQt. By S. OJCEOW'N, D. S. Flast C. C, W. P. SVjtoos; Counlcll TERMS: Sale will be made on a he writes: "i had tost mudh blood Adv.' RESOURCES. Commander, T. P. WiUlama; , from lung wosveiry cradAt of 6 monbhajbond wWh apprDv-wie- ik and Uiut-- W. H. Parks; Bankw, R. S. 1 L6an3 and Dlscoum's . . ,. $199,279.05. 1 soaunlty required, bearing amd ruoKkiA'U For 'tight moratb Oham!hjr,la.Iai; Clerk, W. C. WaUarf?; 2 U. S. and otiher Bonds, ork. Doajtb Bj.toed at the rate of 6 per cenjt par amuum l Wft3 unHll!o Escort, EnuMst, Sfawant; Watcbmop, 22 704 ' 00 Stocks and Securities... olaw an my Uo.-twhen bejaautfuu from day ot sale, and having the AND NO MIDDLEMAN'S PROFITS. 'J. B. Brown; fkoiAry, Jtm3$ PJntle; 3 Due f ram Banks .. .. " utw Dr. KlngTiB Now force and effect ot a nedJtevta, bond. Miysiclan, E. B. Ppndlotonr Jlanogor, 4 Aotual Oaah on homd.,..i 10'Vrio VftwP's! 8 jy Fine Piano $150.00, cash. $175.00 on time But It haa bipnd day of A me Witness my haiod, feaia 12-tJ. Ncy FoaUir, W. C. Lllqa, L. JI. groaly. U is doing hU Hbat you December 1911. . Lowls. Used Pianos from $35-0exchange for cl oaring ... "W"- up. Organs from $15.00 up., olaim." Tor weak, sore lungn, abaM T. H. BLAQK, 8. 0. C. Tho tollawlns comihIW.8 Mone 6 OvandTOfits--T-nate- - ctutlis, stuboirn colde, boaroe- 1 By S. O. KEOWN, D. B. 22t3 ot to asJat JIaJor Rua&aU, OtPUTMU, m UI ' Ul trrira nu'lunin I ''-nf An-we get the Business". Write us for Catalogues. llanAgtirin, jwlling off itiheaisim-sno- th .UaMsunad. ?2,019.43 2)19.43 any tihrotui or lung trouble tt Change of Heart. au- On, Tliousand Class lntroduc-t'j- m 7 Curaxmi . promo. 60c and oxiwne3 and tax- - . 1.00. TrM battle .SeTiervllle, Tena. "I never an. Jan. 20, 1912. oa load 3.412J57 fne. GuafftuatJu'.d by m dnug- - lieve in pateat medtolnes," did beHod-ricApmnguuiioicts: PnaT. W. R. wites J gfe'e. 107 W. 'Third St., OWENSBORO. KY. 8 Real Estate. J?.27S:40, ' P. D. T.waddtfl, a. B. Bnavm, : Furmituro and Fixtures, Ios'jIo UoaauM, ,J-- Noy PtaaSar. $500J)0; Total ...2,778.49 BiaaaiClon: Itubent DuviiajF. C. Ban- -' 9 O'Jiyr Aaaotjs not dnclud- Tuobt. J. II. "WBltaans, Huator, od uuder any ot this aibove Dr. E. B. PfjiiUl'J'.oiL lads None..... A nuniha: of vlaltlng rasmibora lwvv ynewsut ranouj whelm www Jtojor B. uu owe ii ip your cnimren to see that flVtal . $268,730.18 WAii j- t E. Itusaa'J, .Maardgijr of Uia'ailat. No. LIABILITIES.- comforble. How can it be done on the least money ? Stockin2$ a., and nyinity V. A. Xam, of lc- - 10 Cairfbal Stock vpdi in, been, the greatest trouble. You know the kind, th! llmry. Oidj qawdlda-t- woa jmt thnaujrh ia 25.000.00 f first recess. your boy is the right kind of boy, Aba oornvV of Iitrtraduotlan wid a 11 fiunplus, $26,6S7.D0; Udl-vido forgets aU about his stockings. To he must play jaiunib;r of cuijilioantis iijc5ud. Tho prpf to, $580'i)4; 7': him the kind of stockings that take ?are of themselves!- Xbatvlol JlAajr rojxxr.ta Una txvitm V Total .,..., 32,067.53 'M AU0 bufjJn lHitfhJLy all nwr tho 12 DaxMlto pn' yfoXh later- -' , a aumbta- - of iww' twit 4s paW, $132,759i)S; IDe--i 'O:itot anjd w km Mjw oflpualzcid. A iUrgo iwwlbs ou 'vwlikh iutwvft ta ai Ml ffaUTlriPmmme of UicaiifU havo b)n not iuld, $78,903.54, 1VM txrmi varioue aunjM t3uot are Dtwoetta ,, ,. 311.MC49 J. (Atai'jkX wdwnrtg?iof tiw 8K4doi omwr- - 13 Oaahier" LMf-fNSblvwr tUo oaeolw, koKofek, fooHHOL and maar othw tuw omJ kM .. a.- -- . -! .. . L, t .m L! kWIIWB AI1.A d ku 1BPBBnVk BV tMmty vo taorooM Jvar nniU'jiubi-"nniwan T a Schoo- lIMIRB ! .1 W ....Nouj; - wja. --Xibj.- aWHB nwBBBBBBBBBBb. . rr in. su U aoWatty MNkI Um obaoks iTUin . wu&lanam. i JHKJ Koat itMiM . l.t md .a? '. '" . W'WHn i i r Win j" BMBrtwr A -ivch 14 Du4oBankj w 4W litmstmn Noha aai.1 Haw " Mm Om ThkMMHwl aw W Ittaamtv 15 Nete aM. Bilk, radtoaumut-- . BARNARD d.,..NMw; BlaVjijya- M, 1911 A. 'uiimnrvwtmwttnii Awas km. ... a... i bla ....Nuae iMOVaoitOMOf lw afci Br fiMaT'hlilirit itavrSforat;. Ky. Mflhi tk awtJawaaiMlW aUUiM wltk dMlr books wtaw otfaar aaotWa an WU 1 Oth'r lUWUMis mi toelaal- J. W, WMw. of MwnwM ".- -. mining a - Wd UtMlttT Hlay of H& iUMVkJ Wag: &VWiw flriNaMfakmi nt mm- With best wishes for the New Year, We remain, yours Sincerely, V 4e COMMITTEES are m 3, lly bo-w- .fanatem. Children Cry h to-w- it: CASTOR A par-anmu- B; . . 33 Inmt i' N- e, j Pianos Direct from the Factory 0 W. Dls-dori- . hnnr-Ann- n. We are Factory Representatives SAMUELS t THE DANIEL MUSIC CO. ' k, k OjA-fl- a gndejhO&e, School i Days Bring Many Problems thv j ah od If Kay? St 'K ftfi t itt J g. ', Cit-Wttu- )jti e Kc , tjifr Kmy (iH-3C. T fETI'X amlu Tia.7,EEi .... .jr.r::r7Lrj"i,ywHjr8itd- . -- a a1 S JaX!rl,.P" ct- - V " .j!3" - bbSm aJ<. J ii