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Subscription $ I per Year No. 23 and moat promlnant oltlzena of ha6 tqin, charglnig him jwith cru.aUynd mBilloloualiy bjating bb daughtterM4sa Mary ,blia, ag.jd nlujtiiiin The gtnl hop fled from home. The whipping is alleged to h&vo taken place several weeks ago, and rumora about ithe affair too b5?r current until this afternoon (tvboa the Indictment was madj. Tha tnlal will ,he held In ApriL So tor oa la known this ,was the only tndictmeaut of this nature found In Kentucky in recent yeans. fr ' c7 Qfl XXIV. 4aam 1 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1911. dtwutMul ia tb abetter of their aidww af Idea, and twwt nela push past the gates out in, to e rush and the ooaettat. ah atrwaa and the strata, the swirl Mid tbs amari of what ttKy am pleased to mil theirs. Itrmkm, ittoetr Htnty.ftoaantly 'Jar coftvwsaMon willth ,a woman of much noftaemianft. and grown. n. THE VETERANS Ovpenaboro FnWay on it an .extended vis 4 4 t .V 4 j h quite elck. Saltfc Floyd leaves the first WOMAN af January for TenaiefssJe for a long IS vwjt to,ftr eon, Rev. J. IC Flojd. -Mr. Newman Handln was called to Wabash, Indiana, to the daath bed In the Sherwood Pension of his fathwr, Mr. Address Against Woman Coal Hardin la mqring By West Kentucky ahe remarked to im, I am do uiis place. Suffrage Bill' not a sufiBraafcrt, but I faja,Te yieit to Operators. Air. osBid Mrs. Dud Hayn and Miss bear thia ffafc arsurataat against the Mae Regers (took dinner t Ursaty movement She was a pinch older MJlMgans Sunday. woman Uma I, and I Was (manety In Over Thirteen Thousand Ken- - : (Leonard Tajlor in Louisville by Driimi Tentative Organization is Effect t and fantlVy posttton to attempt to Kdvantoe Such niuuu. h.1 uns. uou Cray's, nuar tuckians on the Federal an argument, aven If j tod Mt quali Woinai rjkjrsiciaa last ed and Eight Companies and .WhltosvlJle. Keown-Foste- r. fied to do so, but my Wrought was )JIr. BUI House, of Ljionia, visited ' Pension Lists. Week. The Hantford Herald this Twelve Mines are Effected. ibis, why should any ivial woman weak bis daughter, Mps. John Swxipe Sun had tha following, concerning the apneed an argument for or Bgaflnst W day. , proaching marriage of tha Junior edisuch a cause1 Other than bar b,wa A1 JIlss SalHo Ford spjnt Saluriiay The Shoriwood panslon bill, which Special to .The Republican. If he ihaa not on inoai&e The LoulsYiMo Herald Wednesday tor of the Republican: aftemcon wltih Mla3 iljintla Burifent. (By LllHan Bryan Arktenstadt, M.D.) apprfianton of itiw dangor to Bojclty passed the House of Iteipreson'taltivea Announcement ds made of the apsaid: ' inproaching marriage (All Rights Raeerned.) which lunka under an argument dnfa- - TlueBday, mill work a material ,, Tobacco is Being Received. of Mr. J. Ny Tentative organization of thij 'Address delivered at Banquet no crease In the amount of money ex of vur, m. uoaveraai aiuxrage, tnen Kentucky coal merger twva eflfie'c- t- Foster, Junta editor and one of the For .the .past B3veral days scones proprietors of the Hartford Republi Fails .Cities Homeopathic Medical So- amioun--t of counter argument iwillvlail pended by the United States in Ken of loads Of tobacco how be-j- Doming ed da a awefling at The can, and Miss Anna Eliza Known, But wihlle I marvel that any woman tucky, but from the itecords of the Into Hartford o be deilnieid ciety, Loui8,vlll6, Ky., Dec 12, 9111. tennoon, af noipnaaanitaJfilve Jure Cal i. Keown AnamAei&s hare taught us that should adopt the cause, it does not Louisville off toe It cannot be said ex- Over four hundred load3 hare baan of eight campaniles, openaftlng, twyalv daughter of and wiifev iwihloh tvrt.ll occur at the the b'rWai of a .woman Is smaller seem altogether strange that doma actly how mucOi. The (basis of the negia'iared, and splendid prtoas are mlniqs, elected offlloors and tugreed anerwood bill ds lengbh home of of service. btilng reoalved, hare, Tuesday, men aad' llgihter la weigbt than that of a man and same ,vwry manly and avanyono Is well upon a plan of incorporaftloa to be December the bride while henatofore 26, at 1:30 have ten pltoaed mUth the pnloda nihey p. m. nap. Pbyaiologists and Payoholoisits should do so. T'h'ey.ane batter In, The bra ireooi submitted to their TOspectiive stock wedding will ba a ouWt r the act ot 1830 for disabil lng? At FordijMttle ilonday to sue conditions as they are, one, only a holders, bave taught us that her BomaAblMtlos. inventories Willi be bakn by few It Iseald ity and under the oat of ,1907 ifor aiz, th4y friends and thelmmediata relare morje delicate, her perceptions are ravoltltig, disgusting, deplaiublo In wure over 300 loads In town me merging icompanlKa at onm and If the Sherwood iblll .passiB the axbatshop, anone acute, her Judgments swifter the ertirams; child-labo- r, la that one day, and iSbey puw thrtj final derails will .be anran0ed at a atives of (the connubial couple bean(d is ClnoiHy apuirovyd by Prdalden ing invited. The ceremony will bo aud Ve sweeping; that Bhe Is given oppreaetfon, warehouaas JiacelvAng he iwmad. At meeting January 1. performed by Rev. Cecil Stevwns, to (flj.'Jotiive rather than to deductive rampant everyiwhero, And with Jbhese Taf t,, its tbasls ctf ipenqlons wilU too ?15 Whiiteovillle the'sainw day it.ls repointed The maw organization (will lw per month for ntoyy days af ImLsviiille. to six thare wene rqHBpnng iwhtoh later more laborious generaatles batoreith,em, they consid under the name ot thi Kene& Glen-daa- n, Immediately after the rnonfth for six .process M the only means by .whddh a er deductively special pitiable results, mootihs senvtoo; $20 ceremony in ooumty, tbare tucky Fuel Company. It will ba capman may be sure that he knows any and from such a standpoint look pjbout monlha p olaa nwnflhis; $2Cp er month were something llkia 300 toads on italized at $1,500,000, as ait pnesenit co Mr. and iMr& Foster .will leave for a short tnlp to Louisville and thing wh;lle a woman knows It largely, 'OT a' rnwdy. Thare is no law In tor nln)5 mon'tha to a yeairaid $30 per Mdnday. templated, and upon fcts bintih the naturaing to Hartford vli. . i. merging companies will oaaaa (to exist. throuahhat inexplicable &ad Intanri their prooeas, no vflaw In ttoeir premi month for service of over, a year. According to he age sydiani, for All twelve mines, which have a com- Owensiboro, 'ahera ib.y will visit the ble sixth sense .which for a laak of ses, the fault lies rather In .tihe dimother, annlving hare the rection of thalr reasoning; They need tho93 who have not suffered' any dis- - NEW LANDLORD AT a .better word we. call intuition, bined maslimunioutjputof 2,500.000 ton gnoomts to reason backward Irani tbjse air- - ablliHy, no,w to ivogue, $12 Is .paid to a Subsconcclous-sa'i- f annually, imUl bj uatfar one ddnaatlnir latter part ot the ,w:-- 'and going ftcacblni isty-itw- o jmns, $15 at isev ewntaml-$-- & Six?, ithni is Jess, a phUoaoiphar,imoio alltlos. faduotlvelv. to COMMERCIAL HOTEL Iioaa, and tba pneduct will ha dlsporai at onaa, to bousekeeplng. Itles-HU- iey Nony re- jaadurej eE,ty- - aad ?30 at renfly-fiT- e. .jura. Foiter will c:niiaue hor need to ge.t back.fto a. aaar; leas, a acuentlat, mora a spirit or unoar onia sales maiEagjr work ias iaoher of fthia Primary iTiuana is mo freedom, for men or for octtVcB a tKms:ian.ttia33 he hasa-iwofcalj&t; loss a logician and more a All the mlnaj InahuijdlinifibameTg'ar , 'imatajphycfjajn. In short, a woman at women, other than that which is to at leaat nlniety daj-s- but mo oBher pro J. P. Jasper, Experienced ( lie along tha main lime of the Illinois, grade of Itatittord Colfegj. Hotel as Jher best, the emotional pnedomlna&a be gained and maintained througih a vlaton in to length w sjrvlce ihas ibee Central In Ohio and Muhilenberg coun- ( TVy are a popular young couplo this act. over itihe iated.leo.tual, .while the egpdrit- - proper relation of one's self to oim's made Man, Takes Over ties. Eight companies ore partflels to and come of two of Hartford's oldUndjr the disability aoti a man must awn elemenit,one:4"naibitaltl Tihe birds ual predominates over all. rebooted families. tha compaatjand no doubt is lexptrjased est and most Hotelry. Wihea the Creator had fashioned o4K vu$ mouawiina, yue Deasts uave senvett at leaat ninety days, and omcarnlng the ooncurronice ot tha The Herald tht-J-Jains their many fnlanda in .wishing much happiness. the first man, .we are- told that iook- - are frJKyth jungle, the tlowera the range oiipenalona runts from $0 to stockholders In the nwrgar. lng upon his completed handiwork he are fre"3' ln"theafiaKrue, because that $100 per month, the Jatlter ibeing 'tinda OTJHERS WILL COME IN. Newsboy Worth $20,000. Mr. J. P. Jasper, of ColumbJajdilr irowiunoed lit good; and iwia might, Is wtene God placed them; and iwihen a siKwIal acw It is coafldointly eappaatjsd that befcini county, took charge of the NvRv Chicago, Dec. IS. George Banindtt. KENTUCKY PENSIONS. wonder in view of tfbis sue- - we presume to .tampar with thefrefore, tihese wi wtu ij oonsumawd several oaher -alxty-fflmHotrtl. w.n,ariov ., ,.,i for more than i3 prfaial., .laws,; .wej turn. .fI)a,Kjantttcky ithereAare4J)44 jpensloa- oa)iritiHe,tl4dii6tpToceodc t oamgaate wp tuSer tha cpmMnpjMpni aSed 'i.; .r"" years a "ae.wboy"- - In .Chicago, repeat the' experiment. But La truth the. old eartlh back toward ahaos ar.d ers receiving $12 a month under the .woasa arasui wiflrifrTUrsr., CoaSS: xuw, jujuipnms ana i'owaartycampaule; died, this week. He lived at the Harmonths ww nqt suasoraDers ,to He did nothing of the kind. On' the make evolution, and redemratlon to age act, having arrived at elxtjM'jwo. who for th3 past syyqral the compacta rison Hotel If tha Sher,wooidblll becomes an aldtual has ibeon running the halaL Mr. Jas rapreaentatflvfsof the Lam, for thirty y.cara. ille left bnoe observed that have .bean in vain. other hand He at Roekiport it was not good for man to be ntonj There is sometWng wjong wftth thl3 ity, these pensioners.Ml havingi served per, .wife and daughter hie been In and Advance. Campaniles "checked In a enifety deposit vault $20,000 ini Including deads to elx lots, thereby implying a .lack, aoft of noc worJd of ours waafully wrong, but It at least ninety days, wild naodive at Hartford for several days on a pros- out ot the hotel before ni3gotIaiM.ons one of them dniproved with a two-stoesawy toman hunsaM, but rather in fa not for lack of naw laws to kasit $15 apiece, making an Increase pecting tour. iMr. Jasper is a thor- vtere concludrd. Some be of thiaae for rea dwelling worth $10,000. He had lis environment, in 'his BJtrting, hla formulated iby rata or ,by wdmien,or )ylia Mhte item of $12,132 a month. If, ough -business man, and cantempLaities sons of inhjroal conidlia!ons,ln. gome In many- changes in the hotel here In shanes in various companies wort)h conditions. For" that .reason he evol- both men and' women. It Is rather I however, some ot itjhoae tihot nave ar- a.taaee3 the mar future. The folloWng from wera a,atstock bolnig Ifcld by estates, $10,000. more. He had promlsary notes ved woman, endowikug her (with new tor lack of observance of old lotos inuea at tne age of sIxty-.tjwhave a position to iwaoSiaite ex- in tor $1,200 and a $300 account more than six months, under nue ivjcair ooumy Nwa sMmis' the Qapt upon a ibasls of a cash and dlffereot faoultjies and attributes, which were formed before the foun with sale of the high eataam too and bis family have ,maklng bar an entirely unique and dation of the world ,the common ev the Sherwood bill they may claim the properties to the liaw oonnoraiMon. tha Unlton Trust Company. , net at Columbia: orjjglnal cncatilon. Not man's superlom cry aay miw at human natuna. The pension accordingly. Others ana expaoted to came in bofore A. S. of E. Notice. HOTEL CHANGES the mergar nor yet ,hils inifierlor; not Ms rlral In "eternal fltnsis' of things" was tha In Kentucky there are 2,683 receiv- "COLUJIB1A is completed, HANDS." The Hartford Magisterial District, cornerstone upon which Society was ing $15 under itihe act of 1907, and f any sense or degree; not his oounltor-ZHx- it ine etgnt companilea signatory to Mr. J. P. Jaapar, who has but ihds compUiinenit, in the full founded, and society siands or Calls any of these have served longer flhan one articles are the W. G. Dunn Coal A. S. of E. will meat with the Rickets conducted the Columbia Local at iRiickets School House sdx months ajhelr pemsHon. mill be ln- with the ''eternal fitness ot things." Hotel Company, oneaning W that very tfull twnu on GneenivllH tonae mlnies, Saturday far the past two yioars, gave Lt uu Oantflal Daoamba- - 30, 1911 ,at 10 Tihere is a quaint old story with cnoascM corpondiingly , And so these two separate lives, re- TlhOse Coal and Iron CompanyjCen-tn- al last dn themselves, and yet capable which doubtless we are all more Glty, two mines; McHeanyCoal o'clock a. im. We .would like to see or oolving $20 par month numbar 1,493 wue wo;k, Mr. Alle'n Walker, .becoming every local repressnted. Coma proprietor, and who wall ghie it Company, f jparfeotion only ibhrough unity, iwere lass familiar and yet it may bear ren- - and if any of them have served Ion jwr one. aioHaniry, two nilns; come all. i adjusted in the scheme of itie unlvarr etation, the story of the ehphord, tnan nine monitihs thiay may. claim an hl3 personal attention. He is wall ac- Broadway Miming Comnanv. Coal quainted w'iith all ithe commercial men, G. P. JONES, Chairman. Increased pension. iwith .the nicety and precision- W Uhosa King and the giant Thane are 13,991 Simmons, one mine; Gibraltar Coal and lt Is predioted that ba mill maloa Company, O.. R. TJNSLEY, Sx'y, The young shepherd, "very Uuwa of order and in this State, of nvjhom David king pensioner aymimatry Mercer, one mine; Gnaen- uu rooowmit motel man. He has beau fwnaca ama aqt the, stars in Ithelr sep- that was (o be had been chosen by 8,120 are benefdtfced 'Undeir the age aot vwie Coal Company, one Ned Woodman was Here. use to good eating all his life, and arate placos and fixed tihe orbits the then, reigning king to go out in and 5,871 under the disability act In mine; Nelson Creek Qoal Company, The BBcond number of the Hartford single combat against the opinion of Major A. T. IWloodJPlen- - ho proposes to furnish his euasta with! Nelson, one mius; Dovey thhouaih (which they, were to travel with Philis- - the Coal Com- College Lyceum Coursa mtis given out friction and without transgression liuie buc, uowauj, aroh enemy of alon Agent at Loutavilfe, iefteran may the best the market affords, hienaj pany, iJovoy, one minfj. at .the opera house Tuesday uvenlng Israel. Accordingly foe was summoned ataim:a pension under Hh)a not thbjten the traveling public mfho stop at his xm'M the end of time . OFFICERS ARE ELBQTED. . e hotel, may expect (ihe bast of care and to a large and appreciative audienoa. i pnesenoe of the lolng, who titles him' to the langiaalilrkjvQnua After a conference baalnnilua: yester So was filniahad the miracle of crea- into-tnthe, closest atttenlon. clothed him In his own armor, day morning and lastlngrnilitih a brief The number was the noted cartoonlsB a ;A4l of those now being paid lass, than tion and reconstruction from chaos Jir. Jasper has not yjt and lecturer, Ned Woodman, and be decided Intermission for lunch until $25 under the dlsablHtfey fet imffll adthrough the towesit to the blgheat weyhty and pondarpus coat of mail wall In for king Saul ,waa a mlghity man, vance to $15 under the Shieirjwood aot, where e (wlli locate, but ba expects the afternoon, the tenitotlvie onawlza-tio- u made a great bit hare- - His storlna order of evolution, culminated in thia were all Wll im lvd, and his carwiille David was only a storippiing of i for one of tbra provisions otahe. former to continue in the hotel business In of the Kenuoky Final Company 'the crowntoig touoh of the Master boy. He was given alao the king's Is that a person must have served same Kentucky town, saverail proposi was completed by electing flha follow toons wane iwonderfully amusing. odjusltanent of two I..--- .. tions being open to htm. fThe people ing off noars:. human ilvwe to each ether and to lif e. own aword and hlneMnd thus (oqulpp- - ninety days to enjoy anld recompioose For sale at a Bargain. of Columbia will ixjgret .ho dvjurturi bu was sent lantn on his mission.. from the government. What the In President W. O. Duncan, :Aod. yet from thaft day to this, men of the Shares ia a conoann doing business lie found crease fa, this instanco iwM b& can- of Mr. Jasper and his excellent wife Duncan Coal Company. :and women hmte been forfeUlng their am irova the beginning which twdll pay Bplondld dividends the not be asceritatoed, faxaueie pensions and daughter, and take pleasure in Vice Bitesldonts fl C. du Poat,iOen-traardena of Eden through violating the himself at sad disadvantage; and double your money in a short armor dragged upon him by ita weight at all figures betwioeni $G and $15 are commending (them to the good people Coal and Iron Company; W; A. t'yery taw of order and syimsnetry whoreever they may locate. safe, sound and logltimaita, w.ne we swond was awkwand and un paldj i Wickllffe, areanmllla deal ttvough fesgetittng tbMr "adjutmea Company, Investigatioa solioltod. For full par welldly and proved only a burden la Alt the Louisville office It Is not .to esjoh other and to (Ufa," and R. L. Brown, Gibraltar iCoai Co. Farm by Irrigation. ticulars addrwas Box XYZ, care tithe) Secnqtary S. A. At first, tiwoagh tiw oay ascenden-o- y hie inexperienced .grasp. So be" bad known bow. long the penjslonier has Tihe only sura way. iWater guaran- and Iron Conunnny Yonks, OaatraliCoal Republican. the good sense Ha return to this kdnjr. sarved This is determined at "Was2ltC U ai& over riflht, of tha Mtroner i .bogged to be naUeved of these hington, and tha cerHttaata ordering teed, on our land in the Pecos ValTreasurer W. W. Simmona, Broadtae .weaker, man beoaine maister, Woodmen Circle Organized. and to ,ba allowed, raiber payaneat of a oertalm moatihly amount ley of Texas. Sea J. W. Lytle at Jas. way Coal Company. uutd ittiere toilowed tae ahauwtful peP. D. Tweddeil, Deputy to use only ibis own staple, weapons Is sent, Ito the Loutevdlle office. For II. Williams Drug Store. Supreme This, besides reducing to Iwnltfmg riod of womaa'a awvltudsu Vbm woman ine Guardlau of the Woqmiuan Olrcle,ha3 Next excursion January 12, 1912, 'had proved again this reason, it Is impossible to tell and the terms of tha merger, wihlcn biv1- - completed oaaiie tba dawn of a better day wfeea HARKEY-RICKSO- N the organization of anawi again .while tending bis fiooka over what the total lnonease under REAL1Y CO., . sy tno pro rata tho OMWt utegmi to demontitna bo tfae uistalbutlon of tho grora here to ba -called Pieces, Texas. ttw lonely bJUleidas. .His reaueatwaa Sherwood bill iwould ba aKhjough. one tl GOLDEN woWd tlie dkraoUoal beauty of stock and bonds, and the hgtlaed ap- the RULE Grove No .90. be basbwed or two items can ba M4niatal rOoWsB, BMle. From that time, as far granted and pransement of ithe propertlea made by Popular people buy R. M. McKIaney, of Plttaburg, and Tiba following officers were lootan His mmum baa reaohd, wyen to dawn to lUne'brook, whew be ohoose N installed: lVBt Wanted. for btmsaU five, smoafe.-pebbles- ; bhen the most popular presents Daniel Cauffleld, of Ciacannatti, was ed and Wiaaley; Guardlau Guardian. utanotiH(8Df t)w wjMjwomn. takiagbk slt- aA pawoa with some mnoqy to Join Flora , Nannie; omiaon old mora, has bean, ttg$i-oiaall the representatives of thfa boim(ian-le- s Mlsahke; bar lost Advisor, Bertha the most popular Xmas aog WUoh doubMe bis own la aa satfrsavely prottlabk buslmem Phillips; wwre emgowiaiwd to do, oaid Uiey whh vm m wnaMUftmomt of home bfljitob Clonk, Nellie Petty; Banker, James la iwiWah larg iwcU oan be made Store. aJiload-,- he baads. bad adjourned. Many of thorn leSt for tbeiw bm WMsg, Wto mrirtunpa nw J. B. TAPPAN'S. It. WilMams; Chaplain, Nora Sckroa-- . oasffmore to Mm giant wUbout risk. RrfieBce g(v4n. their homes last nighti Ooq. du Ppat, dor; Attoadaat, Bei-tl.mn3m of Bden, .yfhm ia, as la Address Box X Y 25 In at blwaad kusbftd Urn Col. H. r, Taylor, the bmlaoU, she bas Mbwd aVA by who Jew the pataclial figure In the branfcaotfon ner Senitinol, Georgia Anderson; Ia Smith; put hte band 4iq care Ifcwtford RepubMeaa. Outer 2W B- -at will nelurn today to iWe wlta &4 bJome at Sentinel, hto Mpwfer aer tosaom..ButDav4d Gov, iMoCrwy fcaj appointed oup bW alwptowl's bag, and drew Cordelia Mldkifrf; Physician. tettk D-i1U Wwitr, aot; bis rivwt, Us oae of bta atone, teltaw toweetnaa Ateraey H. P. Tay- Wilmington, Dr. E. B. Pendleton. ,MaaaaM H. and then adjusMag Dee. 18. oaMOMiiatit, but aWl bW oma)i(W. Rev. J. H, LawvnM was lor a Colons ou bis, stafif. Mr, TayE. MlscUke, A. I. Nail, A. P, Pietty. la toe aUugfook dUWM IflaK-m- r. ntnolag bis atamrta ratta, hw reoltaUd as pastor at BaaWtr Ovk lor Is om of be most prominsut Is Indicted for Beating Daughter. All toe officers are Bull of energy atei-- ad tbs ulbty Ocah Mi; bia wiU Hto. , Vti U- abunob 9abwday wMbouit a lUseaUag Attoweys da WMem Kaatuaky ana Lexington, Ky., Dec 19.-- iA decid- and true to the causa and much Tbat kmtmc warmmm wtmt I bWre ymkw Df arntentmwfctn, wptfc hwr. U- sCl imMag b nmrtty bald cobms of a W aad nhjbly bowor-a- d ed sensation in aodal olrieft Is being nmmfoated, 'was (rtieivl 4Biag. sayCWby km woauaa x nwrtWBiDi. L ptaaeer JamHy The aiwokitaioHt areaAtd at Wincbesitsr, Ky., sbis af-- (Were eevenai uew membeis added (be in 21 Mt ta boniHrtag tb wwwiaai to t bam. nmhed ftmntftatii.akHMasH to iVi ifl a; dwawist ressstlsn of .tr.'wlartb teraoon by Mne gtuad Jury tvAuratog fee Grow by trauaCer cools at our last I Wbr dws sb sot mm ber ab nob, 18 by Wwimsai mm 'bar ntntpptog aad m am nwri b tba baaorbas aa .kuUctmeat against Pprfwaaitr niNuis. May tihe boosleg upkHb aoa- ia riahaWig her yvmtml jaS saU KiMsLaad (e&ll'U MeV ahwaaM 3trm. tb ooavi to Obis ssuab. to you, Joba G. WfeAfej, a .leadlag. RpubUc-a- a Hava to dominate our groves f Mta ifc M bMH OaL Tarwr.- wA one of & weabUM Tei"( CQRRESIl'O.NDiENT. -- ii) ) O Mra. VlrgAl JHHer BIG MERGER W INTERESTED ils. thr - H, sp-jn- I yias-terdi-ay -- on paid-undfi- corruptlon-fUospeakaDle- , imcar-porait- ed pr tl, k Wn - Com-nuarcl- al -- " "ws a, wen-ty-iv- , . es, ry Buca-rus-full- y en-iU- ea - Gre-smilll- al W ad forttta are it" War at mt e av bewHt. br k,rub bn le in-tar- es t !e", ty ,Aa Ila ... liolita "J. i .. CHINA AND GLASSWARE Mugs DOLLS FROfl 5c TO "ti. Vases Lamps i &, V' China Dolls : i t Salads Cuspidors Berry Sels Water Sets Ornaments Dinner Sets Punch Bowls Celery Trays Powder Boxes Hair Receivers ' Negro Dolls Clown Dolls Dressed Dolls Sleeping Dolls j I . . Kid Body Dolls Linen Body Dolls Brass Head Dolls Bisque Head Dolls , . Cups and Saucers BHart SchaffhersMarxBI ffj Good Clothes , pgj Bowls and Pitchers Patent Head Dolls And still some. Pay our ' Family a friendly call. 1 t Again Reminds His Subjects that his old headquarters have been SANTA CLAU t mas soptisfactory that he again advises all munications directed to him in care of E. P. BARNES BRO., Beaver Dam, Ky. On that eventful night he make his usual rounds to all the little stockings hung up by the family fireside and leave presents to make th grown up folks happy. Children, go to bed early, and sleep the sleep of Rip Van Winkle and Santa Claus is sun 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-Christdescription, Home Comforts and Decorations, Wearing Apparel to Suit every taste. . Men's Wear Substantial Presents for Men and Boys. Suits, Overcoats, Pants,Shoes, Miscellaneous Presents Pictures Tie Boxes Toilet Sets Brush Sets t S A Furniture TOYS EVERYTHING TO AMUSE .w : ' . ft' 4 r Beds - Chairs. Tables ' - Shirts, Ties, Hats, Suspenders, Underwear, Gloves, Socks, Cuff Buttons, Muff- r 6. " Cups Birds Balls Tables Springs Rockers Carts Games- Chairs Whistles Blocks Horns Tea Sets Dressers Chimes Buckets Books Guns Engines Sadirons' Bears Buggies Cigar Jars Glove Boxes c:s r ivv . lers, Sweaters and Handkerchiefs. r y v, - Military Sets Jewelry Cases Smoking: Sets Dressers :l3 ."V ,;"-Air ' (: i V Mattresses Davenports - -- v;' ' ,. Ladies' Wear Coat Suits, Cloaks, Skirts, Hats, Waists, Petticoats, Dress Goods, Gloves, Neckwear, Scafs, Aviation Caps, Silk and Cotton Hose, Belt Pins, Belts, Back Combs, Side Combs, Barettes, Sweaters, Hand Bags, Lace Pins. Manicure Sets Work Baskets Folding Beds 4 H. - Bed Room Suits -. Kodak Albums Kitchen Cabinets You f . Picture Frames Post Cards Albums Handkerchiefs Boxes Photographs Albums And Many, Many More can't find in any half Stores the assort-me- nt Coffee Mills Dogs Beds Garden Sets Pop Guns Streetcars Wagons Automobiles. Trunks Horses and Wagons We . dozen you find in this one mam- institution. come and see? moth Won't you have every conceivable sort of toy to amuse and instruct the children, at prices to accommodate any purse. A fine selection of the latest novelties. Come, let us show you. ' M I x X ' MAIN BEAVER DAM, I - STREET, i LV ' x hj KENTUCKY. . v m 1 5 Ivjl 'UTS. .; '.. AQLLAUS AVIATOR vJhL CHRISTMAS ON THE PLANTATION By ELBERT J. LEE. tbo antebellum days the negroes enjoyed n wholo week of rest nt Christmas time. Now thnt they nro hired bnnds instead of slaves they cling to this privilege, refusing to work while the holiday spirit Is In tho air. This medns that Christmas lasts a week. Every negro man, woman and pickaninny makes tho roost of tbo week, and the fun runs high. On many plantations tbo negroes nro almost as much a part of tho "plant" as they were during slavery. They have tho feeling that, Inasmuch ns they belong to tho place the rest of tbo year, the place belongs to them for tho holiday week, and they take ndvantogo of tbo opportunity ro do as they please. . For weeks in advanco tho holidays are anticipated with Joy, though not with any great degree of preparation. The plantation negro, generally speaking, lets tomorrow take care of Itself. But some of the mora provident ones begin to store up for Christmas. The fattest pumpkin is picked up from the corn rows and put away for pie material. Tbo turkey gobbler In the back yard is fattened for the occasion. Old Aunty bides her Jars of preserves from the younger generation. Unclo Ike becomes n confederate In the happy conspiracy for saving things to augment the Christmas spread. Christmas morning the negro children are up bright and early. There is method In their early rising. From time immemorial southern people, both white and black, have cherished the belief that there Is much virtue In being tho first to shout "Christmas gift!" In meeting n friend on tho morning of the great day. In some sections this priority of greeting Is expected to result in the forfeit of a gift from the other party. Accordingly tho little negroes make a point of running up to the big plantation house and greeting tho white people with a lusty "Chris'-mu- s gif I" In the hope of receiving nt least a big red apple, a fresh baked pie or a stick of striped candy such ns the general store on the plantation Is sure to keep In stock. The best fiddler on tho plantation is tho hardest worked man of all, but ho enjoys every scrape of his bow, while the dance goes merrily on. Tho Christmas dance Is a continued story. It begins Christmas evo and continues every night In tho week. If the weather Is not too cold the big barn floor Is cleared for the dance, but if heat Is required the "function" takes place In the biggest room of the biggest negro house on tho place, with n roaring fire In tbo fireplace and plenty of cheer on the kitchen table, both solid and liquid. Christmas week Is spent in visiting. The negroes go from cabin to cabin on their own plantation, or they bitch up the work mule or steers and visit friends on a neighboring plantation. Everywhere the Christmas spirit prevails. If one family Is short of this world's cheer another family is glad to share its own. The Christmas spirit on a cotton plantation is much more In evidence than In a prosperous white folks' town. IN Tho Kind You Ilavo Always Bought, and which lins been In uso for over 30 years, lias homo tho stgnaturo of. and has been mado under his pcr- jfyTy17, sonal sapor vision slnco its Infancy. G&S&. - All Counterfeits, Imitations and "nro but Experiments that trlllo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience ngalnst Experiment. Just-as-good By ARTHUR J. BURDICK. Pro Awodatioa. Copyright, 19W,. by American. fc- - ts r ' 1 4yAS the day before Christmas, and up in the north With his presents old Santa prepared to set forth Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Plensnnt. It contains neither Opium, Morphino nor other Narcotic substance. Its ngo is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fovcrishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA On a visit to children to scatter nis toys And to fill with delight hearts of girls and of boys. GENUINE CASTORIA Bears tho Signature of ALWAYS ALL j M . his presents were sorted and' labeled with care VV And were piled in great heaps, filling all the space there. So he called to nis son, ruddy, jolly young Nick, "Come, bring round my reindeer; make haste and be quick." my father," the rollicksome youth then replied, good reindeer of age have every one died; Also 'that mode of travel is quite out of date. Keep abreast of the times; you must strike a new gait" (&. $,? ifil i, '. j WHY, The Kind You Haie Always Bought In Use For Over TMC CCNTAUfl COMPANY, TT MUHHAT TRCCT z&mz 30 . Years. NtW VOKft ClTT. r.-- , vl H BMESMMg ..yaMtfqg MMJ flAh-- OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Republican The Republican The Reptblican The Republican The Republican The Republican The itEPUBLicAN The Republican The Republican The Republican The Republican The Republican and Louisville Herald and Courier - Journal Globe-Democrat S w "V $1.35 1.50 1.75 and St. Louis 1.25 and Home and Farm and Inquirer 1.75 3.25 and Louisville Daily Herald ro j4MMt XTB K DOOR old Santa looked stumped, and he paused, hung his head; Then he heaved a deep sigh and sorrowfully said, "I suppose I must yield, with the times keep apace, So bring round an auto, if there's one 'bout the place." "1 SssT YOUTHFUL Nick winked an eye, and he dropped a sly "My good father," said he, "you're off many a mile. You'd be thought a back number to auto the trip. To be quite up with style you must use an airship." & 3.25 and JUaiiy uwensDoro inquirer O'boro Messenger 1.75 and 1.75 and Kentucky Parmer and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.50 and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.25 Twice-a-Wee- k Address all orders to FOR a moment the old man did not speak a word. . Yft",M THE REPUBLICAN. Uilphone, York by with Nome and Manila by wlrolcss, At th6 outsat of the Journey by spe and witness tho march of (womon to cial train of the governors of North bo rogistened for full Eiuffrage. In a western States to malce tihuir Beation quest for any of tho ctwxlinal points batter known In t'tos Eastern and Cen- begin at St Louis. Qlobo rxmloorat. tral States tha important question Is There's the Rub. dividing line. A raiswl as to tho "Died In poverty!" cried tho philoso- pher, scornfully. "Died in poverty, statesman noted for never fully oommltitine himself va3 once asked, to ' did be, an' you expect me to sympateat his caution, if the sun rises in- - thize? What is there in dying In poverty. I've got to live In it." Sporting the east. Ho napllod that east tied ; Times. terms, in. a cer are refotlvo tain sens this vlow Is ooroeat.ar.d by no mins a. recoct dUcovry. Alex ander Popo iwroto over a o.imtury and a half aso: "Ask wtaie's tha Ncmth? At York 'tis on th-- Twieod; In Sat- land nt the Orcadcs; and (hero At Uw Lord Ztanbla, or Graanland, trows !wh no.' Thomas H. Ben on reach! ithie khiei of prophatic and. Do you realize it is better to be safe than sorry, that it is the best tine plains and the Pacific ,!w policy to lock the stable door before that there is tho Eusit end the horse is stolen? India. Tho governors ara unoblo to Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy agroa as to where tup East brna, and SMVorolly place it all iho (way cured Mrs. C. C. Gokey, of a stubis born case of heart disease, such as trom PliU'ehurgh to Dennrer. Onie Mla-tarithousands are now suffering with. tho line of the Ri'.vw, another that of tho Missouri. Read what she says: "Before I bepin takinjr Dr. Miles a Ocvgon's governor would give 6t Heart Remedy 1 had been suffering nxmumwictil morkier at Plko's Ptak. from heart trouble (or over five years. I had crown so weak that it St. lu'.B modesty submits thnlt it was impossible for me to do thirty minutes work in a whole day, I 8 tho beat gatuway not only to East suffered intense pains in my leftside South, urd West, but to Noitb ond, and under the left shoulder blade, I (ngrajihlcaUy and otb;nwdso. A now could nut sleep on the left tide, and was so short of breath that I thought fa has arrived and Uw coureo of 1 should never be able to take a full or d;Oected tmipdinu is somewhat, breath acaln. The least excitement would brine on the most distressing other !wlkmqd out,, from Ite hltttorlc palpitation. I had scarcely taken a moat noted e Unrion. St. Louis, ths of the Heart Remedy before I could see a marked chance in tf ontala to the West, can new point my condition. I began to sleep Us jo thobooimlnB Southwest with well, had a good appetite, and improved so rapidly that when 1 had and and Mexico, now ifttfiee lwo taken six bottles I was completely Kwifhcaeit to the ivroypcrous old Som'ih. cured. MRS. C. C, GOKEY, Northfield, Vt. Cuba, Central America, thia Panama Arnica. If th If you have any of the symptoms 3anal and Soasth. sewiTKors on thKdr fipectal train bad Mrs. Gokey mentions, it is your duty to protect yourself. xwr.o to St. Louis for a Kant they Where Does the West Begin? Nenvi long-dldUin- co w-r- violent emotions his bosom was stirred. But at length he looked up, gave a toss of his head. "Bring hither an up to date airship," he said. 1 MiZL ' IHL W TT ML. "e a'rsP appeared Santa said, with a grin: VJf W "Now, my son, she is ready; make haste and jump in. In this newfangled sleigh o'er the world you may may roam And distribute the presents, and I'LL STAY AT HOME." I -- WiV jfiMm. tXrSf 2z)&$Wf S3 C5 CHRISTMAS BERRIES. vt u- - aw not pr?anit, as tbw cfiton s;tfirK) approactltoff wihn to rtiMr ciliotihilng. Sp((i?l caro shlauld The aiawm Is eepnag ot, ilvoa aKa annually lost and he tokaa ttot to L:are mateihos loilais iJaniscff-ou- s bwub-tiKte- t at filrc ana tan!ied by care-mm- m about, as Urey ana espooladly at ChnlbnaB tSana. rho liOlldya, la Chiismwi and hotUiday K tluxjild oraUofiB.' la addition, to tlKe llrt of all It3rto(fa of tho JTar, Md panics 4n crowd! stores, duq to 13 ftnoad from ihia 1danor of' ierrftbta alwayp or cahnmltdeB, rt'll'cJi oaralww wiring of epwcteJ dtejAa) "tb oaAobiog fire 0 laflaanomMe of b&lfxiuy jtangerous ken in iUw ttouBcunde o and CijatlvMbS. Imuimh, tfranokee and kMs aea mm te Christmas Fire Dangers. "Hal Up to '98 or so," Said Uncle Sam, ''my work was done With this, but now I fear bo, hoi My task is scarcely yet begunl" he sailed across the sweep Of salty waters, mile on mile, And gladdened every chick asleep In Porto Rico's placid Isle. So oCf pnnt iB its r twH Mri Then swift and far his airship flew, Till every Filipino pomiibUj. 8aBday. soiwote. "WhiWicX tot, Blind Dizzy Spells. Or black or blond, idmbric U&ta abouM b uH'.tl Wiknlugtoii, N. C Mre Owa L. or brown or or oajidtaofi clwtatoMw xmp tiad t4is RlMer, writes fro this Tlce; "I blue. wrlflg atMMld 'b oaJvfiUty dosi K and blind diiay used to Y Abundant Christ' to net jxxwtWa, tb mas presents cold spelle all a:e t prmmMttoa. siwwW ba get. doetocB eouW not tell ue mt'r ttsftl Whero the Holly Grows and How to Find the Best. The old fashioned Christmas greens were rosemary, ivy and bay, but In the 2,000 tons of wreathing and decorating material which It Is estimated that wo now uso every year there Is n much greater variety. Best loved of all Is tho glossy, red berried holly. "Holm" was the old English name for It, and It Is thought to bo Identical with the "greenwood tree" of British ballads and of Robin Hood fame. On our side of the Atlantic the American holly (Ilex opaca) is found from Maine, where It grows ns a shrub, to North and South Carolina, whero It lifts a symmetrical couo of dark, shining leaves set with scarlet berry clusters along a beautiful trunk of gray and silver to tho height of seventy or eighty feet. Delaware and Marj'land are usually credited with furnishing tbo best grades of holly to Christmas markets, but their 'Threo X" brand, ns seen after shipment to northern cities, Is not so finely berried as tho Carolina holly, plentiful In 'tbo region around Asbevllle. In America there nro three distinct grades of holly. Trees that stand on dry, barren hillsides, as a rule, are heavily laden with thick, knoblike clusters of berries, but their leaves are likely to be small, yellowish and Imperfect. Follow some little stream to a sheltered, suuny glade, where a holly trunk gleams white, and tb,ere you will find leaves large, dark and perfect, with a thick scarlet fruitage lighting tho shadows evenly all over the tree. "I Suffered Intense Pains in My Left Side." eug-giait- td uro-o&c- tik fc W ar ttrcily HbaJt, wmH braced, ao Bt 'b oiwturBd iwiinilnra, W Md tr 'mU 4W J. wfea Mfl "Haki down or by MMktitur ti After. aklag oardu ny what was yrrog. sd in fester tufOUi w 1B)H right iiMa'8 ki iiMal.'d by bvr-i- bV-Bg- ; gwsit wtk h-- wat bpc, bali-bottl- wr t than far by pfofvuftta 10 years Carikii Ja a remedy for wohwb which baa feeaa wwd eijoll ookt., MMJUa mow i& .CWww for 1'r s4 iwfewttwm, as bob anwMtwU cm tHy Mk toMnawn-W- e troiifctai, aiieh as hoaikwho, for Marly a Hfrttai. it ba uaawMaaary mUb of baak-iBS.. le J4. k.U. aW( 0 sanlous or If OWMlW MM. fcml bum- b Try 1U '' sailing back above the isles Where swart Ka nakas frisk and play, s swirr and fa He poured Hawaii w. Piles aad pile Of gewgaws made for Christmas day. And M8 BtlW'iiMmld not to aJi(wd CASTOIflA chllirn cry ' riR FLETKR'S I'm thrMca," crkd IwonaW Ad tb4m tsT sjs t oioalal'ta aail mifasm 9 aM fniTIf f"isv v OA PaUUamA Uak Smr, "at batl" the jslly rogue satti "Pshaw I f A Lifetime Trouble. iBgram, Texas "Ever dnce I became a woman' iwrltea Mus. E. ,M Erantt, of ithls place. "I sutfoTed from womanly trouble. Lftbt fail, it got so .bad, I had to stay In bed for nearly a week every month. Since taking Cardui, I feel .batter than I have for bAvo got cftnurasa thfir Yo oaa rely oa Cardul. Pra-r- d .vould WN.1 w straight Rd taolr nwitons axd Mgeataty for woman, it rUve roaaaty pais, 'by aetloe oa Urn eauae la tiie beet working ordrv. Tna (Vfpt aaa so longer to found by wild wAir ad buUda up woanty fad wpoty eemUtJoBa. A CaWonila to iaoat Mwdml, PwWIy oragataiilA cw vuq 1 rua by t:txa'y Ba-iftiUd, but oertala la atioa Try It ! is tbo Siorm NvsAwWk wWi a v&ur drugiU. par-UUJ- Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy. is what you need. If the first bottle fails to benefit, your money is tri4h returned. I II Ask your druggist. S- MILES MEDICAL COt, Elkhart, Mil. xtl 14. ss O . Hartford Republican. dr atafisil MtarMtg to Ww at Mm 1'm4 C. M. BARNETT, RAMEY E. DUKE, PUBLISHERS aM J. J. NEY FOSTER NEY FOSTER EBITORS AND PROPRIETORS. eorarauoleatioss iMrH Hartford Republloan. to 3Rov3.fl). t)llnA..,. atltrsx.. T3eX,36X,3COXT3CB. FRIDAY, DECEMBER Wie .will eoon write 22. It 1912. ,wiUiind our oW sack tensSanta ing in lio same old place. P. 6. it It is tiw seane old sack too. Looks Wco IVieeddxaft. Taft put one over on Congress in conooqttoaj iwltih question. tho Russian tn-afi- y vto A part of be thanks whd.oh ucglootod to render on ThaokHgtvlng dny, may bo sent up now thwt Xtaias ounce "but ooc4 ft yw. Albert J. Bevmrfdge, of Indiana, is also bolng iboomed for the HqpubUcan 'Presldjntial nlamdiiaftion. However, It bUII looks liko Mr. Taft will lave a flocldtid walkovw iwhen the delegate's assemble at Chicago. ed iTlw fiorvioe pension bill whioh ipas3 tio House last nngsk was Huppont-e- d toy k all the Republicans and most of the Xonthem and Western Demo crats it was opposed by nparty aH th Southern Damoorats, It Is Inl'Jmat ad ithat President (Toft may veto it, If he should it ipasa the Senate. should do so it .will practically take fcta out of (the Presidential too?. In another column will ibe found a Lillian papar read recently by Mrs. Artoanatiedt at a banquet of the Hoine-- J opatihlo Medical Society, vt Loulavllle-I- t .was the goad foqtune of Jibe, writer to attend this banquet as ran lmvited is .gueat and to ha-.- this sspknidid against a fad which ds being agi faaaitlcal tated by a few misguided women. This papar is full of good old itime &ene from a woman iho is fully ad-lnc- M4fc togr of BpmrtHr A mUt h AMMptnl. AJi pitvtfltyto -to not b anM fuse of tiam mA mmMs mm pamr if mtphd bjr tka Thumm 'Voatumtmni Um aininajHU of tb onart. If K bttoa e BmMwiK Worka, tn HwitaMU, KHtotty, MM to ImMM MAnMtocif4Mwratoed. wahie IUit a itriwfr-w- , jt tit hlghaat mA taMt WMm, tar eMh mhI ,kriwet Mok otter JxMiaeM lih, 1811. wild rmxt.-l- Is hmni, t)w toHomtem may property otrb'rd TM Doo-metpwifwflty, tHwiit; O. M. OROWK, TmaSee. i '' 1. BtvH Petition, 1ji1 Dwaar IS, 1911. of Ubmb'imm in . Front the Leader. J. A. DBAN, the whk)kw of Mm L. & N. R, R. y. , " Before is. BAkMAey. , Co. appratad nt0.00. T&o FoaTh DoalrietlJ:-of 2. A lot of itfnfebKId Owi.boro, Ky., Deoambr 18, 1911. wWata the Junaor coKtor of manble and other toBabatanta tmk won ( T..RiMftJ!wi iwasormriyitian-agar- , Sheriff's Sale nwtfitmL, apprahwri jt 4t4 91. aid this wck: 3. One lot of carTteg wd fMtabt&g By virtue of Eecutioa No. 3S3 direct ed to me,whfch Issued from fee Clerks tojole and mwterial, arpmAead at ?1C Mr. and Mrs. C P. Ko,wn announce la 4. One gasoline eogtes and adW:h-meat- s, the eaasg nvst of tlheh dMtahi'icr, oHioe of the OWo Orpufct Count, appraised at fllO.OO. favor of Luther China agafawt D. S. Anna E1i to Mr. J. Nr Foab-.- r to RhoadB,fox the eum ct $46.00 iwhh in5. Office ami shop fixiures and fur be married at the homo of tlte brld3 1:30 on Tuesday, Dec 26, 1811, at terest from Sept. 1. MOD, and $6.33 nlture appmla.d at $00.00 cost, credited, by $2.C0 Sept. 1 1910. Lots Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will be sold Hanord, Ky. Mr. FpKw wa 3an.aly on separat&'y and th.n toge'hor, aad the conaesSed wl:h tha Lader and I, or one of my deputies, will, has Monday the tlrat day of Jamjary 1912, bid by which the most money Is mil - many friends in Chte county. at 1 o'clock p. m., at the Count House door la Hartford, Ohio County, Kentucky, expose to public sale, to the b4ghfit bidder, the following property (of bo much thenoot as may be necessary to ea&Laty Plait rttAffS A (bt. Interest and cost,) A. tract of land lying in Ohio county, Kentucky, boundad as fallows: On the North by itihe lands of Chain Maxey; on (he Keet by the Hartford and Beaver Dam pike; on the South on by the lands of J. B. Sanderfnr; the West hy the lands of Elijah Ren der. Levied upon as the property of D. S. Rhoads. a Terms: Sale will be made on Wlmm 'WKmmBHSmiHmTmmmmi M credit of C months, bond with approved security ovquired, bearing In- etrest at the rate of 6 per otmit. per annum from day of sale, and having replevin the force and effect of a bond. Witness my hand, this 12th day of December 1911. T. H. BLAQK, S. O. C. 23t3 By S. 0. KEOWN, D. S. of IHKMHlwr, A. D , If ll, at p. ., Mt .wMefc Vmm Uw mM "4BWWR OPS MHJT Hfl 'IWf JpffVB IwpT r.-lt- or TfeMriair, if lni, t th n. r ,re CHRISTMAS MkMt Jk-w Mm war mm mm wmr Har-d:nil- rg, ad uart4 WILL SOON BE HERE that you may find your Holiday task an eaay one, we are calling your attention to our ability to take care ef your stock of goods Holiday wants. A bright, clean, is at your command. Each and every article bought right and priced right. You ought to be, able to find something in this store that would appeal to any one of your friends. up-to-d- uit Santa Claus is already the main ropic of conversation, so to-w- A Merry Christmas ! WorkGloves Handkerchfefs Neckties Suspenders Scarfs Socks Items to Be Fotind Here for the Men and Boys. ' ... to Kid to Gloves $ .60 10 05 ; ....... .... .,. i . ' '............. ' ' Shirts . Here Shoes " Overcoats and Suits $2.00 1.50 to .50 25'to .75 15 to .75 .25 to .50 10 to' .50 .50 to 1,50 LOO to 1.50 3.00 to 20.00 Items to be Found Here for Ladies and Misses. $1.00 to $ 1.50 Kid Gloves 1.50 to 10.00 Collarettes and Muffs 25 to .60 Neckwear 25 to 1.50 Silk Scarfs 1.00 to 3.00 Coat 'Sweaters 25 to 1.00 Scissors, all kinds 10 to 1.00 Neck and Belt Pins . . . . . . 05 to .50 Handkerchiefs 5.00 to 22 50 Suits and Coats 1.00 to 1.50 House Shoes Rocking Chairs to suit any member of the family. We inyite you to call and do your Christmas shopping c t ' Sheriff's Sale. 404 By virtue of Execution Xo. directed to me, 'which issued from the Circuit Clerk's Office of the Ohio Court in favor of S.J. TlchenoragainS J. C. Loney, tor the sum of $7o.63 with interest from Alay 6, 9111, and $7.G5 cost. I, or one of my deputies, will, on Monday the first; day of Jan uary 1912, at 1 o'clock p. m., at the Court House door in Hartford, Ohio county, Kentucky, expose to public mle, to the highest bidder, the following property (or so much thereof as imay ibe neaessary to Eotfafy Plaintiff 's debt, interest and costs), A tract of land lying in. Ohio county, Kentucky, and bounded as follows Bound on the South by Industrial Association; cm theWsa by Harvey Kelleys property; on the North toy Lavy Ghens' property; on the East by A. P. Beck's property. Levied (upon as the property of J. c. Loney. TERMS: Sale will be made on a credit of 6 monbhs.bond .with approv ed security required, btaanlng interest at the rate of 6 per cenH p&r annum Urn from day of eale, and having force and effeot of a replevin bond. Witness my heind, (this 12th day of December 1911. T. H. BUAOK, S. 0. C. 22t3 By S. O. KEOWN, D. S. here". r Carson & (INCORPORATED) . A numbr of the dieted STtiT offloers arp providing aofli families. for Iho members of 4ih!r The .most oansplcious caac b'tlng the oaleetilpn of his broth or for S'ateiFJre Marshal' hy Auditor Eoaworth. This is reseated by the faithful who are to be loft out in tho cold and we do not blame thorn either. It is lUsgusCfing to bos an official fill his mfl'jcHj with hrothens, alabers, ec. Tfccma should be a law to prohibit it to some exBcolaarijhs. tant. Speaking of the Thy are to be in it Janaoly. The Republicans eleoted another brother ly Hartford, Ky. ! LET YOUR I 1 v mm H I Christinas Shopping f continuous pleasure, love arid values. j Jo F. to the Staite S mate. i ir. I in ATAflA aH V - 4 v ; r. cv The Boosrier, of Beaver Dam mid Jast week, mentioning no names, but avld.nUy referring to The Republiunttdl THis time be one of can: "It's strange he waited the wandering Jew was ou,t of ihearing Iwfone he .wrote thait editorial." "We might explain that the 'wan-tierin- g Jew" mentioned iwas in Hart-fior- d on, Monday and that Dur publication is teaeud an Friday. For that noason only our editorial pjbout blm speared after he had gone. However, if ma had his address me would Just as Boon s?nd him a marked copy Subscribing! For your periodicals and newspapers,, you should see our Catalog, containing a list of of 3000 Magazines and club offers at prices' that will astonish you. ' most complete magazine guide ever published, filled with all the latest and best club offers at rates lower than you think possible. YOU cannot afford to do without it. In ordering your Magazines, be sure you use a Foster catalog, and accept no substitute. This catalog for 19l2 is FftEE(jor the asking. It will Remember .that the J. Ney Foster iMog azine Subscription Agency, of Hart or ford, can get you any Magazine Periodical published. Cut prices wher two or more Magazines ana ordered. fcf' Telephone 123. Sheriff's Sale. By virtue of Execution No,' 403 di- If from The Splendid Assortment of X Watches, Chains, Charms, Lockets, Bracelets, Fins, Buttons, and Endless variety of Gold and Silver J 4 - rected to me, which Issued from the Circuit i It the L. Railroad "would give Clerk's Office of the Ohio another train on the iM. H. & E in- Count, in favor of Williams Coal Co., to Louisville the pags.2-i- r tettffic against J. C. Loney, (or the sum of would justify At, in our opinion. Un- J42.C9 with interest from May 6, 191L der ithe prustftt aroansvmwnit ttt is mot and 15.45 coat., I, or one of my depujwselble to &"it out of Loutevdlle for ties, will, on Monday the first day of ait jwimis on the M. H. & E. uxcpt on January 1912, at 1 o'clock p. m. Hartford, eiaily unarming train onoa day. the Court House door In a aa to "While the road was veny naw1 tlio Ohio ccoumty, Kentucky, expose public sole,, to the hlg&st bldder.the peqple did not expect much Service, hut the road has now boon in opera- following property (or so much there tion almost Uue years, and the of as may be necessary to satisfy road lwd 4a much l3t'ir than Home Plalmtlf'e debt, 4ntemst and ccost), older ones. We hope the jwiw year A tract of land lying in Ohio count will hiring us' boWor Barvjo We are Anxious to patflonlzo home institutions Kentucky, as follows: Bounded 'on the South by Industrial Jf poeedble. Association; on thoWtist by Harvey Kelky's property; on the Yuletide Sentiment. Property. Ab many mince pies as you taste at North by Luvy Glvonrf Levied upon as the property of J. C. Ohristmas So many happy months will you hftve. Loney. TERMS: Sale will be made on a Old Saying. apcredit vi 6 months, bond .with Notice in Bankruptcy. proved security required, bearing at the raite of 6 per cent, ppr In the Dlstnlct Court of the United annum from day of sale, and having of Stake, for the Western Dtotiilot the force and effvot of a replevin JOtucky, Ortvnsboro DlvlMcm. In the Mutitwr of uManon W, Onaig, bond. Witness my hand, hte 13th day of Jlamkxupt. W. December 1911. To the Orvdltons of Marlon T. H. BLACK, S. 0. C. limine, of FordsviUe, In th county 24t3 of Ohio, and Dtatfut afoxni(l, Uuik- - By S. OJCEOWN, D. S. & N. to-w- it: of our i, ipaper. It is the handsomest and '' ' t beauties at R. W. Kings You purchase your gifts, your Holi- - I X f day offering will be crowned with success. Take a look at our new and beau- J tiful Christmas Jewelery. Every- - J thing up-to-dat- e., Save you Money t aenu us your name and Address. We do the Rest MAKE OUR STORE YOUR SHOPPING PLACE t Not the Largest Stock in The 1 J ' Country but the Best Selected 1 J, NEY F0 ST Hertford, n fp" Baikmpt Sale. Notioa to iHfftJjy islven thait on the dar of D.ieBberA.. D., 1011, die In th District Cowrt of the UaCMStatrc fur the W.)w DUtttatotKifRmid Mm4Lo W. Dnigg was duly ' taskrai, and tike! tacky, Owwrhono DivWon. In the matA r of Thotaaa MwiiMinuctal .be at amMas at erd40i will la Baakritw. ia Wrk.-itakrj- it th Jaw qWm of DM & Dmu. 3th,l A tnufc of sbftv MtaH 1 will )Oirpitnrr. Kwtk,J s l I&Oi R. W. KING Magazine Agenc; tht ibI .' ft C" OFFICE IN HEPUBLIOAN BLDGJ h i uJ Main St. HARTFORD. KY. y. tr . sc ' . ii I t ! Mm nhtrnld etMre at Mr. A. ft. CMraotL MArmid Mowhty form IxmlMrJMe. FrwR 1M U, S. Cnmi Ml yew Bdotttto to ondr Hen. W, 3. Dan )f Dttak, wm te ten, owHy afcmioon. Go to U. S. Camob for your Chriat-raa- s Fruits, CaadVs, fcc WANTED Fern 23t2 of Wheat at Ford' M1M. hu-aAr- W. Brink Dr. ahoop'a Haalth Coffee. tW by U, 8. Carion, ite Grocery-- & J3vryMrtng to pUjasd tho Ik tlw way of Chnls'jnias l'rk.a.niv8 at ifiiififord' Drug Co. Mr. E, H. GokmImjI, of Oonb.intawn, pftld The RuptibMcan a pkofant call ydaSerday morning. ia' ohildnon rasras$ SkinirMilk or Cream Which Will You Have? As it is 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 Brother. Fruit Baskets of all kinds filled to order. We will be prepared to give you the Cream of everything. FWt:iein poonte bum: GranuTnfjetd LlkoM & Aolon's. 29tl Good shaves and" bcthJrcu;fl ait RlUy's Ttexibx shop, mry one. $1.00 wt PoqtaiOtfr u. c 3 S. Fauhit, ofv Qantor-tow- n, BIG MILLINERY - t- was In Hartford, yoaterdayv Fancy FrultBask7itfl of all kinds at J. C. Iter's, Crom COC to $5.00. Ma!e at aM hours et Ctty Roataur-m- '. H. N. Tatie, propn'ieitor. 23tf. REDUCTION! We find at this season of the year frthat we have entirplv too much Milli- Siery on hand. They must move at . v. beginning, next off on all fSaturday, we give a ' w Hats. Every Hat is marked in plain iffigures, so divide by three and take your choice. EVERYONE A NEW ONE and trimmed up to the latest Kstyles. Don't forget the Big Reduction, r Land Remember that it Pays to Trade with a House that Saves you Money. Jpnce at some price. So orie-thir- d - Woljor Hanoyi of Evanvllle, was la town an bualness jjs'ierday. Lownoy,sfInoltoeofBox Candy from 10c to $5.00 at Iler'a Grooery. Rdley's atov barbtT shop Is np4o-'da- t and you &A countoooa taWjwwnlt thre. For all kinds of Fjro Work?, call on H. N. Tate,Clty 2Stl Mrs. H, E. Mischko reVuimed Mon- d,ay aftHirnoon. frctn a ehotft Mllt In lulsvllle. Esq. J. H. Jlllg, of Rocltpoirt.'rans-acto- d busini:s3 here ywstenday, and ! v paid us a plsant call- H. N. Tate, the ReisUuuramt iJIan, has a nice line of Candles, Nuts and Fruit for th3 Holidays. All ifresh 23tl and n.asonaWa flfity Books In Throe hundred and Ilor's Rotary library, to give your beat elrl a chance to rsad the latest booiks for only 10c each. Nashville, Airs. E. W. Cooper, of arrive tomornoiw to qptind horlildaya bare iwitih her paranlts, will tflie Coh The hunting eoeson it now on. your outfit from U. 6. CaraonAho Groderyman. 1M ,Canson & Co. ana giving some apaoJlly tow Holiday prkws Dn Dry Goods, along all I'm b. unr line or noiiuay gqodB i3 now In. Come early and got. your cholca, HARTFORD GROCERY CO. When you want Ammunition or Guns, cali on U. S. Carson, the I8tf If you have never shaved at RUey'fl Berber Shop you should do bo and see how good you fiasl. This is J. C. I tor's tenth year working for Santa Claus, bo don't fail to come around and see him. Mr. G. T. iBleld, of Itaducah, visHow-ldn- e, ited his B'jter, Mrs. Stooithior of Hartford, a:viral days this week. Theno will be a moving picture Opera show at Dr. House evwry night during Christmas iwuak, beginning mext Monday night. Want something In Dry Goods for a inloe Xmas preaent? Carson & Co. have it in a Janse variieU' of chioaiper sthan you tjhdnk. Olve us your order for youir Flrult Bastests. Ours will I3 tie pfotftleat' and best in town. HARTFORD GROCERY CO. Airs. W M. Fair returned Wadnies-dA- y from Louisville, Wber3 for e Iver-days elia had bean under tHie itreat m?ntt of physlolans. She is muoh Qt 0$$r$$$$p'$VS$$ A HARTFORD GROCERY CO. $$$$rV$$$4( i pane ge JAN. 8TH. OFFERS EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES TO THE YOUNG MAN OR WOMAN WISHING TO ATTEND SCHOOL. WINTER TERM BEGINS ea al $ i b and Mrs. C. M. BarmJ- ito Mr. Emory Schrot'ter raurEed Llvermioiw Saturday, to his Floating days Studio, aftCT spending a few lwne with ills family. For the bast of ovtrytihlng ' In Ohrlstaias Fruits and Candies for see ,ln your forgat (the dST pnloos. x Dhopplng lon't store af Hantfond Drug Plenty to selnoi frcm to fill Chiristmais ctoolving th'fajt Shrls'imais nnd lawr:at Pianos Direct from the Factory AND NO MIDDLEMAN'S i u - PIANO COUPONS JzkGb, To The Within the Next GIVEN WITH EVERY PURCHASE the FARMERS! Vf &O fc We must close out our im- mense stock of Hardware and Implements, or anything we have in our stoc we will DAYS Sell at Cost 8" I WAGONS, PLOWS, DISC HARROWS, ETC. 01 ' Hartford, Ky. Real lit SIP! I Incorporated Estate For Sale! Farm xewf-14- 6 have and, uatasxrov- e. Improved for CHrnteh you wld pwntouknirt J1, upon Jieo.ut, K you want to bo&h Tlawn Bad tfl m iiy, leaee.-nao- t or ecohane, mate so it im ; your titfere&ae .w(hie Joffirted, lik vttlirt I will with aw and properted or wuw JMr h moat aipprdve& mbb& mmI Hdra meUiod. I taawaaattauilv mrmmit.Wm. in tM part of b Unl-i- bl Hijmb which ptaioe jiw fa peaMoo, ,, ... . .. ..i . t , WHi M Wl MMMat Wf (itnlhiTt 4 eonwatoiiJoii du until ptlaiki smrte. . NH-S- loc i r k RmI lie Delr. HARTFORD GROCERY CO. Mie3rs. Lewis Riley and Aitaon Bar natt will return this Diornicg from Elkton, Ky., whore thciy tere In echoo, to spend djie holidays here widi their pareaits. f' and daughtiar, Miss Mr. J. W. Lj-tlMary Oastlen, 'of Piflcis, Texas., are the guests of Mayor and Mrs. U. H. Williams, and will mniain hMre for a week or 'ten dajs. If you havo not boasht uuy of our Candy, suppose you do eo nxttimfc OHIO you want candy. It's Itlne. incorporat CO., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22. DRUG COUNTY 22tf ed. Miss Norma SehliUtnrois', of Eiaais- vill?, is lsAMng hiia- ibrcithttr, Mr. W. C. Sohijamanijr and fanuly. She Is a graduate nurse and will spend a flaw damaigois has .bt.itfn Jiemanded v days here. from U, S. Count and .will (be tiried How Mould aWplterman Fountain hero lm February. Shot Guns, Shells, Ammunition, etc. Chlldron donlf" faill ito see Old SanPen suit you tor making a nice gift? for eale toy U. S. Carson, Uhe ta Cdaus at the atoro of the Cenlter-tow- n 18tt We have them. Morcantale Co., Saturday afterOHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. Incorporated. be noon at Oentxtawn. Ho will U. S. Carson wants your Purs. .Tuesday there with all of his new pnesojuts. Mr. E. P. Moore returncid ilto Chlldijm-don'tfaeeo Old See U. S. Carson for your Chrlstanas from Lexington, Ky., (wtuere he bad supplies. at (the Btore of the Center-tow- n baan sent as a iypnesanitpAIie lot Rough,' to w'Aend Mercantile Co., Saturday afi'er-noio- n Iter's Grooary will have Fireworks Rli.ir Lod33 K. of P. to be nt Osntortown. Ho will eonie business maritHrSv lor the hoys. . Mr. W. P, Granam, uruhkiman , on there with all of his now pnes-jntsA miw Una of Xmu's Tirlx at HartFor a nice Xmas proin1t,cme and the M. H. & E. Possietngkff tirafn reford Drug Co. Blare. otsomtznenit turned last wiek to his worto after see our Roman Bmee Mr. Thomas Richards of"FordEville, spending a few days nt his hom9 (pure), lacquered tarto prevonit ' was to town Wednesday. at Louisville, and a fnGaf vlalit nt nishing. a Evansville. iMr. R. D. WaHker haa accepted OHIO COUNTY1 DRUG CO. " position wiith (the Ohio County Drug Incorporated. are (Guthls) Our Xmas Oamdles Co- t At'ofney and Mrs. E. iM. Woodand fresh from tha factory to us, For Christmas Presents that will are pronounced delicious. We barve ward hav3 n turned (mm am iextfn(sle lastbe with you whien some of toe them in 4 to 2 lb boxes. s'ay in Louisvi, whiere Mrs. Wood aShqrs one gone ieeeCan&n & Co. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. ward .was In tlu JewLsh Hcsipltall for Glaus Incorporated. Toys, 'Tnlckets and Sainta some timie, and wo arj g'ad to na'e kinds at Harrford supplies of lull Mr. Robert A. Bonw.'tt, df PprUland, that the is a grQait deal IbV.ir. Drug Co. Prices wtlthtn Abe iwach Oregon, anrh-Hihere V.ldnltpdiay to You only nae to makie a 50c pur of all. apend a few days with hda paiwuts, chase from us to bccutd a Croo ticlttrt. Waynes- Rav. and Mrs. R. D. Benwiitit and otli- - to our VauduvlUe and Moving Piloiure Mr. David Morcland, of m'joas Shaw Xmais vmik. at ex ne'atlvcs. He is gdttdmg a foniKr! rosfakmt boro, Misa. nte-lHartitond, has ;bai tow OHIO 'COUNTY DRUG CO. tihe and hoide a reonplble postt'doci aat ' Incorporated. Caw daya on. bupln'?B.( wilth a ibunge raikcad. County Mr. Ed. Dillon, Judge Holmfi, form rly mcEsenger Caipt. Lea IMonAgamiery,, amCtactae uight on the M. H. & E., has ba n tnans-Cor- .d will Jude of Butler oaumty far on 'the M. H.'& B. paas.-iigiato itho L. & N. running itpmomraw with Ma wita and yjare, but who has Iwen living out lavo Loulerville and ClncIim;VJ, durfivUJi Wioat for some time, was in Hartford daughter, for a taoaWa"viefJt on Monday looking for a lawlon. He ing the holidays. His pzatbau rieWivas in itbe WkiaWn' S'eJtos. fdllod by Mr. was favorably tmpryaeed wditih bur ci the iooal titaln is la another column of this tesuo ty, and iwlll probably taoata here. Roland Sml'jh, of irvlngton. of This Rapublican will be found the Mr. J, T. WhttahouKi, of Maigao, All brands of Flour and Miual will Deposit atafcsnent of the Rock-panb--j during tha and Mtas Eva Gentry, of Narrows, scCd hA FoncJ'a iMIli Bank, of Rockport, Ky. it Bhaw a are HoUidajB enly, Qt induood ipito. ware murried jiesterday at 'tihie honnj flood ooadttlon, and 19 BiM&lns brJil). Mms. Whtitfihouse is a patent flour, white and Wne, wll mm1- no tbo'iter, mode, at $4.90 iper (bar- papular echol lUvsch, and a young ttear Mr., Rait s4ug "You are tho rel. Ftyah n al e& 7Cc X.ir busfcl. laidy wiull llkud by .jTOnyonu. Mr, Idaal of AXy DrieaHW," "Thaft'B What All ordions must b3 aocomiiankd iby Wh!totoc4Mtd la a pranUaiont nMrchant itii Rom SaM to Xj," "M4lo 23k2 tiw cash. of Magon, and Xlaj his btifo & lo iy 4 rt tfe) yaud Millo SbaW Bm," 'jc V(ud a ituVgran pouulur. Col. C. M. Bam itt Qntnac Hottw Xraas Nti Drv iMna. iMaieid E. Tius'jy waa givn nam Hon. Thiur- D.ieai.r M. Ky,. an ay'aWe surjuie kist Sa'.uniiy raan B, Dixon, of Sco'itsvaN?, K ta attnwna'iy uadwood ttet aaouacUi dci'h of h'm ,wl'ie. Mi". whea sVHral of hi r bctliln n, it her Umji's ih Itmt of Mw y.w tjbwt M Dixon ii ike nt Owmly Ati'iaravy relattlves end a fow frCei sve horj , J. P, a surfHe mKkwy dluiw m of Bwwc Dwn, wAl b erf AlUn vm a nr woiMd m C ainwiliril of of iba Itrijwbiiowi &"M 0m.lgn how on Wa'BWit Strat, 1ho 'day beand jMaodfcie frW)4ly bav raovutl ComstitVa t)' teH'W. LauiavMV, Uo- - ing har 0Nfe birthday. Ttw n.'Wivui ftkii log in karg of Uw apiitJuw' Iu- - rk at iM. Tivti) y'd hoH at about 'WK-bm wtMAbl piwUMtad Mu. Mw. Dis iml Iwkk Ul ftr Uka wtme Uh, jr4s wt.il tIMed Dbg twiBhKfifn iBteB in, wwtUg mti- - lurifito, asd a ttamcild titm ww ymim, naA vm a e Hartford Republican. - H E. Ellis has the best and greatest variety of ftd stuff in town for sale ad will pay you 4iho higbjst cash prices for all kinds of produce. Also Flour, and Moal for eale. 21t4 iMre. Hi C Scbapmlre and Messrs. Njek and Louis SQhapmine, of Bloom-Ingto- n, 111., will arriva toddy to qpjnd Ifculr the Chnisilnnas holidays with parozits here. "We have sold already quite a faw So don't iwalt of cur holiday goods. until our lino Is too badly ibroksn be fore buying. HARTFORD GROCERY CO. Indeipennient Atome Lodge" No. 339 Order of Odd Fellows (will givo a supper this evening at Fatuurrtltiy hall to its niranb irs and vCsHliMg biptlhers. A splendid time 1b nntlcdpal tetd. vs. Thio case of Rolxt. Rciblneon Broadway Coal Mining Co. tor 'V. A !S( For further information address H. E. BROWN, Pres., or A. E. ELLIS, V. Pres. 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 School 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. PROFITS. Fine Piano $150.00, cash. $175.00 on time Used Pianos from $35.00 up. And we get the Business. We are Factory Representatives Write us for Catalogues. Organs from $15.00 up. THE DANIEL SAMUELS MUSIC CO. KY. 107 W. Third St., OWENSBORO, Christmas Comes But Once a Year. San-baOla- ua lfc. Prepare to enjoy the Holi day Season by giving gifts. We can supply every necessity along the Christmas line. We can furnish Good Things to eat, Good Things to wear, Toys, Dolls, China, Cut Glass, s en Furniture, Neckwear, Silk Hosiery, Millinery and anything else you may need. t Bt Lr.-a- B's Tu,iy mw-nin- iM;-flu- p5 leow-Mhy- ad LP. Barnes & Bros., Beaver Dam, Kentucky. irr i Bwl eot oa-Joj- wl lP'l'Bw W IR PVCy v by, w-tryi- e 'jwr MrimmWJ wbJL,lmm e 51 CHRISTMAS TELEPHONE, By ALICE E. ALLEN. latBW had taufcnt her. "Yeu dear, quaint lKtle thingroried tho voice. "May I eeae to see' ye boob?" . i- -- 'Why, of course, 8aata Class," said Dorothy. "But wasn't Santa Claus fnnny to ask that, father?" asked Dorothy. Fa- t h o r had sur- prised her by Copyright, 1M by American rresa Assocoming home beciation. fore her bedtime, m OnOTnY left her playthings In and sbo was tella heap on the floor. Sho pulled ing him all that Mbsw a cbalr to tho tclephono on tbo had happened. desk. She climbed Into It "Of course he's coming. Doesn't Her early head reached the mouth-pieche always? Why She unhooked tho receiver and should ho ask if Kit It to her ear, Just as father did. he could?" 'Number?" said a volco so quickly Father chuckthat Dorothy jumped. led. sho said clearly. "What number That was what father said. did you ask for, In a minute, close to Dorothy's car It Dolly?" be said. seemed, another voice spoke. "Hellol" It said pleasantly. said Dor"Is this Santa Claus?" asked Doro- "BUT WASN'T BATTTA othy, "tho one CLAUS FTJHNT TO you always say." thy as much like father as possible. A8K THAT?" Father gave a "Yes," said the volco sweetly. "What long low whistle. Then he asked: "Was Santa's volco deep and gruff?" Dorothy hesitated. Dorothy shook her bead. don't sound just llko Santa "Sou "It was low and sweet, and every Claus," sho said. laughs In it" she "Well, I am," the volco laughed. littlo way it had who Is this said. "But After' Dorothy had gone her happy some way to dreamland Mr. John Grant girl?" "I'm Dorothy went to tho telephone. ho said. Grant" In a moment there came to him a with laughs in It low and Grant?" Tbo voice, this Miss sweet, Claus?" he asked. Annie "Is voice seemed sur"Yes. And this is Mr. Grant?" prised. Dorothy "Yes. You had a conversation with hastened to exmy little daughter this morning, Mls3 plain. Claus?" "Yes bless the child! How did she Grant 234 Park plnce," she said. know me and my number?" "She didn't, but bless tho child sho "Don't you know tried the only number she remembered me?" "Oh," cried the and found you. Sho was trying to get voice, '"of course Santa Claus." I do now! But "Santa Claus?" I'vo never seen "Yes." "tou'iie mb. Jon.T you, havcl? You Annio Claus laughed. obant's are Mr. John "I understand now," she cried. ouu-- r Grant's little "That was why she asked if I were girl, are you not, Dorothy?" deaf yet and stout. How funny and res," said Dorothy. "But you see, sweet and dear of her! Well, thanks Iio Isn't home. He isn't ever, 'cept to her and to Evelyn, I've played SanSundays and Christmases and Thanks- ta's part and had the loveliest Christgiving? and such days. That's why I mas I ever bad so far." had to ask you. There isn't any one in "It was good of you, Annie," said tho houso 'cept Rboda and Sofia. So- John Grant. fia's so old she's deaf. You aren't deaf "Good?" Annie Claus questioned. yet are you, Santa Claus?" "Not yet" laughed the voice. "I can "One would do anything for Dorothy." "Would one?" hear you quite well. Go on." "Anything one could," amended An "Sofia takes care of tho houso and father, and Rboda takes care of me. nie in suspicious But they don't understand about Eve- haste. "You have lyn, and tomorrow, when father '11 bo here, it will be too late, 'cause tomor- Evelyn's gifts row's Christmas. And you must give ready?' asked Mr. Christmas gifts on Christmas, mustn't Grant. "All ready. You your' ' "Yes," said the voice. "What Is it should see" you want Dorothy?" "And "It's about Evelyn. I didn't hear It "Dorothy's?" myself till Ilhoda told me today when "The one thing she dressed me that is, I didn't bear all of it You don't know Evelyn, do sho wants sho told roc, Annie. you?' Is it ready?" "Why, no; I think not." "Not quite." "J was Just about sure you didn't "But Annie, to"cause, you see, you've never given her a single thing, she says. And she's morrow is Christolder'n me a little. She's always been mas, and Christ lame, but she's never been sick till mas gifts must bO "is this msa ANKIE given on Christ- now. Think of being sick at Christclaus?" mas time! And the doctor says she mas." A mischievous littlo laugh rippled must have fruit and nice things to eat 'And she can't you see, because Ilhoda over the wire. says it took every cent there was "Dorothy stipulated that in tbe sesaved to pay up the doctor." lection of ber gift her father must be pleased," said Annie Claus. "Where does Evelyn live?" "It's 22 Monroo street I've been "That needn't bother you. .Yqu have there with Rhoda. And it's up ever known his preference for a year and and ever so many stairs. I don't know more, haven't you?" how you'll ever get there. Are you so "Yo-es- , unless he has changed his very etout?" mind." "Not so very. I climb stairs yet "lie hasn't, Annie, and never wilL qulto easily." Don't you believe that?' "I knew you'd iielp if you only knew "Ye-es.- " about it!" cried Dorothy. "Well?" "What does Evelyn need most be"Couio over to my Christmas tree tosides the nice thb.gs to cat?" morrow night you and Dorothy. Eve"Sho needs most everything," said (Dorothy. "I bought her a Teddy bear lyn will bo here. We'll talk things with my own money. Sbo just had to over." "Thank you; we'll como without fall. have him. But a dolly is quite nec'sa-rBut Dorothy and Dorothy's father-w- ill too. Don't you think so?" be sadly disappointed if Dorothy's "Very. And some picture books?" "Oh! And a chair that won't hurt gift isn't ready." "Perhaps it will be." her back a soft comfy one." "Annle-reall-y?" "A pretty gown" But Annie Claus bad rung off. "And some slippers" "And flowers" Eight Millions For Toys. "Most anything you havo left over!" Tbo real amount of cash money paid cried Dorothy in great excitement "Evelyn 'd like anything, 'cause she out in tho United States nlone for toys that on Christians morning gladden tbe hasn't anything, to begin with." "I see," said the volco gently. "We'll hearts of American children is con estimated at $8,000,000. ihavo a lovely Christmas for Evelyn. Bervatlvcly JNow, isn't there something you'd like This means about CO cents apiece for tbe something llko 13,000,000 of five jfor yourself, Dorothy?" to twelve year old children. Tbo chilDorothy hesitated. "There Is one thing," she said Blow- dren of no other country have so great fly. "I've never even told father. But an amount expended for toys for them. tl do want it dreadfully." "What is it?' encouraged tbo voice. How's This? "I want a a mother all my very We otto Que Hundred DoKare own," said Dorothy. "Barbara has far any case of Oaii&rrth that one and Connie. And Maude has one nd two grandmothers besides. Why. cannot bo curol by Hall's Ratarrb .even Evelyn has a mother a sick one. Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Mine died, you know, when I came. TolVkto, O. And I would llko another one." Wi 'io ufltlareAcnud, have known "Yes," said tho voice. "I'd llko a pretty littlo one with dim- P. J. Cbaey for tho Ja 15 yieara, ples, like Connlo'B mother. She isn't and lKJiuvt Iklm itor&otiliy toanortiblo (feardly ever real cross, even when Con-Bi- la,al btuiiutu Inwotcttans cuul able to oamy out tujiyi oibUga tears her gown. And sho klssee Ceanle ral oftea, and puts her to bed qB Haute by Wa ftoim. WAirlMNQ, KINNAN & AIAKVIN, every single nigbt, and tells her But most any kind would do, If Wholuale Dntggto'Ja.'ItoiHdo, O. father liked her. She'd have to stay HsM'b Cbtowk Ourv to tekta taitorsti bere, you know." ly, aetiee tUrmatly uptm tibte jolcod X nlMhlevoua little laugh sounded aad nuuKua eurfaoeti of t$ yJUi. la a minute the TWiiBcaWtj ta Dorothy's ear, 83t fraa Price 7BU. ,Te4ee Mid: par tottt. Bold &y p& Take IfeLlte Tumify FHfe fer t "Yas, thaak .janJ'.iaU Darethr. m e. ," 1 ,, '..' ," Doro-'thy's- eznjnszaMB "m TRAGIC World's CHRISTMAS DAYS. ) Isltr little "Dorothy "Dorothy littlb my ptflni oin nvOTfTTw Lw mi Ety's CrtMi Bain Christmas, wbfeb slMrtitcl be awl usurow.. rf qwHtfy ally is the merriest day of all the year, (Mm MM t One. baa sometimes been reddened by blood- ItcinM4j soothes, shed and btackeaed by tragedy. heals and uroUots memOne of tbe most barbarous of the the persecutions against the Christians brane rtw.ritatf front Catarrh and drives was begun by Diocletian oa Christ- nvrny a Cold in the mas day, A. D. 906, when a cburcll Head quickly. K- of II AY FEVER In Nlcodemla, filled with Christians, stores the Sett T.iRle nnd Smell. Full size CO cts., at Drag-gis- ts was ordered by him' to be set on fire. or by mnil. In liquid form, 75 cents. Every way of egress was barred, and Ely Brothers, 66 Warren Street, New York. not a single worshiper escaped the flames. Yulctlde in 1000 was a melancholy time In England, which nevertheless always celebrated it with the utmost cacerncss. for Harold, tbe last of tho Saxons, had fallen beforo tho Nor-- ! man conqueror, and on Dec. 25 of that Taw year William tho Conqueror was crowned in Westminster abbey. Tho occasion was signalized by tho slaughter of a huge crowd of Anglo-Saxon-s' DRTWNAWr outside of the church through a misidea that they had risen in retaken THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? volt Exactly two year? later there was la-a- J. it Is XZW an uprising of tho malcontents in the TIOH; covering every, eld of the world's thought, northern counties who hoped to throw actios and culture. The duly off tho Norman yoke. William marchnew unabridged dictionary ed In person against the rebels and , sanyTetM. Ills directed a universal slaughter. It defines over 400.000 men surprised several garrisons and fTordsf more than ever put them to the sword. Neither ngoj before appeared between two every houso t covers. 4700 Pages. Cooo IU nor sex was spared, nnd lustrations. in tbe disaffected regions was razed to tho ground. It is said that over 100,-00- 0 HrmM it ia the only dictionary with the new divided men, women und children perished page. A "Stroke of Genius." on Dec. 25, 10C8. It was on Christmas day in the year BeCalM ' " Ba encyclopedia la BtUltfAU VIMUiUC 1170 that Thomas a Beckct, tho greatest English cleric of his day, ascended Becaue J! in jeospted by the the cathedral pulpit at Canterbury and Press M the one supreme aa- preached what may be called bis own tnority. funeral sermon. The words ho mado vrho knows triai Becaue use of so angered Henry II. that he let fall those fatal words: "If anybody 70a about thk new work. loved me bo would rid mo of this tur, bulent priest" WXm for mlM at atw 4Mas4 sat. Four knights took him at his word, a & C HURJAM CO., FaUuim, SariatfKU. Mas. I and on Dec. 29 they slew the prelate Hasten ttlffpr,iaTnnMtfyclt nipt, I before tho altar of St Benedict in tho northern transept of Canterbury cathedral. On Dec. 25, 13S4, John Wycllffo died as he was about to preach his Christmas sermon. One of tbo saddest Christmases We send FREE a bottle Germinal, a quick relief known in London was that of the year (or lung trouble, coughs, pains in elicit, and that 1GC3. The great plague had stricken run down feejing. (Maidon lhi papa.) tho city, and tho people were dying at OHIO MEDICAL COMPANY . Bex 95 COLUMBUS, OHIO the rate of 1.000 a day. -1 Orett ' HelMey HjOtUn Remedy py WmaWXBBLOMAi. ClnmH OttttV-- T. MrkhMrf, D. Rtntf, AttiMr; W. r. Q. 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Good dwelling and out build ings. A bargain for $1,260. A CHRISTMAS OF LONG AGO "By MAl'RCIA. , FIELD Copyright, Mr, tar American Jreaa Aaee-eiatlor- The Tenderfoot Farmer was one of these experimental farmers, who out green spectacles on his cow and fed her shavings. His theory-wa- s that it didn't matter what the cow ate so long aa she was fed. The questions of digestion .and nourishment had not entered into his calculations. It's only a "tenderfoot" farmer that would try suck an experiment with a COW. Tint mnnv a firmer ft.-- 4 Ar- -. self regardless of digestion and nutrition. lie might almost as well eat shavings for all the good he gets out of his food. The result is that the stomach grows "weak" the action of the Organs of digestion and nutrition are impaired and the man suffers the miseries of dyspepsia and the agonies of nervousness. It JACK Pray come to spend The Holly day) with your true Friend, In Hope that WetUher will permit. Te. your food Parent. Pa Iim writ. And you and Ned and Frank can ride Yew Ponies by. the Chariot's tide. rEAR COUSIN Oft read by sons and sons of sons. Above the formal sheet, outspread, Dfck bent his curly, ribboned hea.d, With tight grasped goose quilt moving .flow, That Christmas season long ego. TIIE yellowed letter, .ro it runs. S t I . ...........' fkL OVER 6S YEARS' EXPERIENCE We hare 466 oerce of fkte bottom land rom one and a half to two miles of Hartford, part of it with Umber. .Also about 75 acres of upload belonging to the earn tract Terras easy. I am desired to lay that Nan Expecb such Sport vrkh Cousin Fas. She has a Doll from London Town, With an Egret and Tabby Gown. She is so proud! But, Jack, we Boyt Ca.n think of better Things thtwn Toys. Twas sealed and sent one must confess, III settled t n finger burnt, I guess I Black Pompey rode 'twixt kith and kin. With ebon face and Ivory grin, To bear such letters (o and fro In Christmas season long ago. 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New York of water, good stable and other out buildings, one aero lot of ground. A Branca Offlce, S6 F 8U Washington, D. C. oplcnilld location for family residence and hotel. Price and terms reasonSubscribe for The Republican able. Apply to Anion sending a sketch and description mr qnleklr aaoertaln our opinion free whether an lllTflnuon la probably patratafefcConiinunlca. tlntumrlctir confident! HARUBWM on Patents lent free. Oldest agency lor securing patents, Patent taken through Mann A Co. receive toe-t-at notl. without cnarva. In th inn JJKf L J Tradc Marks DCSIONS CovmoHT Aft. story frame A new one and one-habuilding with five rooms and large recptleon hall, built out of the best Situated on Clay selectcfl material. and Fcedrtca streets, Hartford, Ky. Lot 60x205 feel Fine Well of soft water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. lf Our fancy painty the Yuletide sport At hospitable Holly Court-H- ow Dick and Nan and Harry ran To welcome Ned and Frank and Fan jAmmmmWmW And Jack, with apple cheeks aglow. I mBBBBBBBIkW In Christmas season long ago. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl'S'HaBBBBBBBB I What mirthful games, what generous cheer. What .sirloins huge, what cider clear. What "puddens" Dicky spelled it thus What nut brown turkeys odorous, What big mince pies in spicy row, In Christmas season long ago! GILLESPIE BROS. W.H.& J. F.GILLESPIE HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned Scientific Jlmcrlcatt. Bv " i j9KuJEa9V e. Ax round the hearth the circle.- - smiled What log fires roared 'neath mantels tiled, Where, figuring forth the Scripture tale, Blue Jonah fed the azure whale I What singing sounds, what genial glow. In Christmas season long ago I Proprietors ! Pressed $1.00 per year. BAnNETT & FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Ky. What stories told as snug they sat By Cousin This or Uncle Thvt. Till Dicky vowed to go to sea.. But Jack b. soldier bold would be. Ha.1 begs his love. Pray answer quick. Fight for the King and make 6. show In scarlet coat, long, long ago. Your faithful, loving, COUSIN DICK. And sailor Dick grew up a squire. P. S. There came gilt Gingerbread While strange the change the swift From England In a. Box: for Ned years bring i There's a Dragoon; for Frajicis, tool But, Jack. I'll save King George for you. Bold Jack fell fighting 'gainst the King. All vanished like the melting snow Of Christmas season long ago. All passed, like scenes in shifting fire. B a) LACKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK POSITIONS HU a. GUARANTEED SjJ .for our graduates. As soon as we get tbe required number of students this ofTer will be withdrawn. Bo, write at once for particulars. GUARANTEE position lr need WE will us real soon. Weyou a many mora you at once to supply the enormous demand Horseshoeing a Specialty. """in 1 Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called forand delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Blifb. Y. Jf. C. A. BLDO., Christmas Thoughts. This issm ) A liS vfflM &J,ra! v of .tih.3 Hantfond R.ipub-llca- n Bnckbee's "Full of Life" Northern Growa ia a reminder that th-- Christmas Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of years ol season Is at hand. Tihls is the groat auccessiui seed growing behind them. .38 pays to It BUSINESS COLLEGE nl.nl ttiA tux. holiday season of tha year. Trains! Seasonable Specialties: tHooaroaaTKo QlOf vr. SO&WAKTZ ralMOirAZ. tiOTJISVITjUiE, KY. ESTABLISHED ISO aro burdaned with tliromgs of PeOptj .. .. . B8ANS tamest Ked valentine J3.S0 Bushel going home for Christmas. Refueee Extra Early It la tho ,' r)t..t.at as. A.ir itrlnirle3 Hreen Prut time of all ttmso that tho homing in- JVardwelfs Imp. Kidney Wax $4 jo Bushel Da is New White Wax . . $4.75 Bushel Is stronsesit. To miss tlile Joy Curne's Rust Proof Wax . S1.50 Bushel IHCAGHTOWt sllnot WANTED-and dlitrlet t, of spending Christmas Elvo and morn PBAS Extra Early Alaska . . . $3.50 Bushel exhibit1 ride and . tamnle Latest Model "Rnncrer"liicTcle at New Early Gradus furnished by ua, Our agents everywhere at ing and oatlng Christmas dinner Jj 50 Bushel Horsford's Market Garden . J3.50 Bushel .as ..'iw,. J"'y"f''ri!fjjuurariicuiartanatfeuiierrtratc?ici. Ji iBsrOa flJiK flUHUKM ueuuiheu until you receive and approve of your bicycle. Wiahl "" Is w t '"" w. io wuu.ca- Buckbee's Lightning Express $5 00 Bushel SEEDS ..... Hartford, - Ky. HARTFORD, KY. RIDER AGENT HEFLIN & CO., .First Class Uveryman Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, !34w,5aff,EMMSi P01,111 " xj at dom.jx -- (, t KiHl . uuuuie 8l W IV nstull EqONOU.VNUIJICICI.KS. have number taken vLIaw 'promptlyt at to lama a prices giving pronounced a to t,it nmnti tnr hniri ; airec. 01 us ana nave tne manufacturer run m uiO iVJIuOU as guiug 'UUiUQ. v. v.-- t: 13 I1V htrvrls er wiiret lire fmm ytAti snieo Dcnma your uicrcic. iivm j anrl lm nnr nnKMirl nf allmax of Pk ArvrkHnfti? .annonm r1arvp.i at any trie until vou receive nur ,. and rtmarkabU tptcial offtrt to rider arrents. . tricts ...... . Hre-fVi or tihiA i .! Miri. rtrmi ia KM it ....i "- - uw nwru fr ffna vmr iuj ,.",J" I A5?iVAlr""."r.?"r.r'binodelaatM''4 n, 'v flrwrl nn a.Ainr.rf.a. pwl- -uuw vvwu ve leuirseiiifnesirrade Dicyciesiorietsmoni OT7TtTjwotnmatcrouinnyear, factory. .. .. . . than anv Other Wa are latixtied with Iijm nrnflt armv fartnrv m t. j i UjanaiO UW pWKiH3eB. U BICTCUtS DKAL.CKB you can sell our btcyclei under vow own name plAol caa 1 . otrr orices. Orders filled the Aw tvrflvM. uuxu j ue m K1i a . rtUi- -. seconj toittana of gUjts WCTOWFMCESESjLitei mirMiernpn' Lettuce. Radish, Tomato and a full line ol is Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing a prices. Send for complete catalogue or submit list of cbaroptJslUj your requirements and will quote prices. Buy direct from the grower Save Money. Write today. Mention this paper. Rockford Seed Firms. of. si .... 1 , l... Iaj-,- a,, mml,. ISC3BckbeeSt., 8 H. W. BUCKBEE Boc.fors.U. T on hand ranjrlng-Jfro- tOftSTEUIAKES, 7of tellyouasampuiairtortfAOitashtiiithorderftjS), 8 The rtrular retail trice ot these tires is jj-- x ter fair, eut to introduce we tvm m nt 50 HEMETHORH PUNCTURE-PROO-F come around. samhe pair ci c.ucai me Tiare TOIianOOUOE,OHLY Fouadod as .nlinT.rc.pcdaU' 83 We do not Fiful.rlr handle hanl btcycles. bi In trade by our Chicico retail stores. These we clear oa rwi- 88 or SJIO. OescripUre barealn lists mailed free. " "9iUt ," air ouSk, sixtv thousand Da Ira sold last vear. Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use. BC90HIPTtaM Made In all sizes. It IsUvely and easy rid or. vervdurauienna lined mriaewnn a HneHal nufllltv of rubber, which never becomes porous and which closes up small punctures without allow BBBH tnirthealrtoescape. We have hundreds of letterafrom satis fied customers stating that tbelr tires baveonly been pumped Dp oncTOr twice in a whole season. They weigh no more than an ordinary tire, the puncture reatstlngqualitiesbeinggiven bysrveral layers of thin, apecially prepared fabric on the snaKs SUITT, laLASTIO tread. The regular price of these tires Is $8.50 per pair, but for Y HIDING. irfv,ttlflfnii.niinyueteire makin?a anecial factorvnrlee to the rider of only ft.80 per pair. All orders shipped same day letter Is received. We ship C O. D. o approval. You do not pay a cent until you hare examined and found them strictly as representee We will allow a cash discount of 5 per cent (thereby making the price 84.05 per pair) if. yo fend FULL CAS IX WITH OllDKU and enclose this advertisement Yon run no risk I aendlog us . an order aa the tires may be returned at OUK Aexpenae if for any reason theyf ar ,. . .... la. I., a .. .s ll U( .rff in ..b.. uu r' !...... ...... 1.7 a a r yv.ivv.il r.llar.1. a &..pair...!.... these tires, you nut.....nuiv that they will ride Ma fa mm aa.. mma u. b. .nnvia.. aa... . ia m tuuuj ou. ini you J find easier, run faitr of order a tank. If wear better, lost longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price. W know that you will ba so well aliased that when vou want a bicycle vou will five us vour orde "We want you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer. pair mgm murfmgmj m. "a't Duy any ncture-ProoTIBeTC iieagemorn kind at fany price until you send lor atrial J tires on approval and Wr m M lntroductor r crice auoted above: or write- for our bia Tire and sunary Catalogue w hie thes; . .... bta ana quotes au mates ana rinas 01 tires at aoout half the usual prices. D0Y1NQ blcyd 'a a nut write ua a nostai touav. uunuL TUINK OF WW of tires from anyone until you know the new and --render.! ilmfO or a pair vvmc u nun OBerS we are xnaictng. it only cosia a postal 10 icsra creryiaiu. 1 MMTROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES ifJHSracUa or Glass will not let the Chrlatimas miais)n love. this spirit ahouM run riot at the season (Mam cannot a9 DMnl-t- y Ud, but he caa give of Mihat he has and thugrraatiest of (those ds .himself. It Is time to stop and thlnik at one's obligation to the communiity, to the family and to one's Maker. 'Forget W.flM tl.A S.Im1 rftkAM a oustniass, "A" and Donetnre itrloa "II for a space ithie grind of and "1," also rim atrip "U profit and loas and be- very human, to prevent rlin cutting. Th.' tire wilt ontlast any oth and got a breath of the Dlvlnie hope. . d-ve - ! n rlv.ia. wonUl Md's uiuw manor ot us ao V33 o. Crunras mii knlln. p'J,ra "tj wjmmi onr.. couat tne rwewKS, and hours until that time shall jw In " tor. And YYYYYYYY f SEND YOUR BOY TO MATH EN EY & BATTS - ...f., m nua ...,. .. Avf 1 .. 1 ...... .- All I. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAW, mi CUKE ; KILLths COUCH th- LUNGS iSAwlHaalKl I and TRAOCaMAR PrompHy obtained la I all oountriea, or no t . Wa okcala MTCNT8 I THAT PAY.aUTWtu them thoroughly, at our I aiDeiiw. amllLelp you to tuooaaa. Send model, photo or sk-t- ca for rn E report I on, patentability. S yeara pracUoa. BUR- PA8SIN0 RCFCnCNCCa. For free Oolde with those in your onvp. family and around you. Try to brighten tile lives of some of thoss who aria under a shadow, m proportion oa jwe gdt the will rtiil Ohrislmas spirit of love the season be a Massing to uif and a groat assat to the nation. Eepubkcao .The Hartford would wish eaoh one of its big family a m?rry Chrtstjmas. May the eeaBon teavo us iba'Aer acquainted and work log itogether more etfeictiTaly in our of common cause, tho betterment country Ifcfe and hence d human life la general. Christmas cornea butonce a year, let U3 enjoy It and make it useful In the development of character Gt nearer and better aoquaftidj Vanderbilt Training School ELKTON, KY. . ( FOR BOYS men. H H H H H H H H H H A limited select school lor boys. Faculty fff of wh Dr. King's "New Discovery Motherly Admoniton. A New York woman of great beauty called one day upon a friend, bring lag with her her daughter, who gives promise of bocom log aa great a beauty as Jior (mother. It ohancad that the callera were shown into a room whore tho fnlend had been receiving a milliner, and there were several beautiful hati lying about Dui.ng the conversation the little lrl amused 'ueueU 'by examining the mU'lnt-r'creation. Of s le the number thv. she trial en, seamed jwirtlculatily .pleased with a large 'black affair which tvt oft her light hair charmingly. Turning to her moUwr, sjhe Wttle girl said; "I look Just lake you cow, Moth. ofcrflen-oioair-old a r Our patronage has come from several Southern States. Twenty-fou- r different towns in Western Kentucky represented this year. Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Hot and Cold college-traine- d BMlconrroStablelVtenUiwrUato 03-B0- B tvCmWJSBk. im AUTWtOATAWtWWTIWUSUS.. D Seventh Street, 13. -- ,. Baths. c ox xokxt muru jiu-u- j. TJAKAKT-UD- 8ATISFA0T0KY1 . HblTlbs W0 m--W Ur SWM MWCBee'S BULBS SUCCEEDI SPECIAL oa Mfl OFFtR'.ml panuofal eua. ave Money and Keep ia Style by Reading McCaU'a Magaziae anil Usisg McCall Pattera sas Ladies! Extremely healthful location. $,000.00 recently spent on improvements. NO SALOONS IN THE TOWN OR COUNTY. Moral surroundings excellent UNEXCELLED AS A SCHOOL EOK YOUNG BOYS. . H H H H H H H H H fff . 'W iZZU rnlmHimmm W mmmmtSSi V --. taar. trial will BitW-clt- vou a HKA1LS MACAalHE HanLBtae4 or roar McCaH'sMasastaawin ho)i you dross itrl-bU- lr ut a moderaio -a ospcasoby hooping mm you Sp. IhMllwl, UmJjMmmTtlwm, W.M --Ofa rvr- JU. VarlyM posted on. latest fashions clothes nod hats. Im,'V7 the la er, W "' rMy-'---r'""tttt- '''' , mmZlmUaTtiiiUtmu tSL f)MiiIGaNir-- - T a MM k itaaMA. Basai.aMMl '?'' '""'in SW m .HH SM usMsiaaai Only sonal insUers. Wc a year Including a frue pullem, 8ub-rcritoday or send for (fee sample cow. VUCmm "sttwta will HaMe jot ta tashe In your owh bosna. wthyuitruwithaiMl cUMUIafur tuluable lufonnttloa on all home and pec raablou Designs la each issue. Also don't IT" '"Shi" oautbued tlw mother, wHh finger, upHfte-- l "li'.c't be vain, dear." Becambr Llyplnco't's. Tfee quiotew a cold ia gpttea rid of be lew ttie dger fojn aad otber senloua istamBW. Mr. B. Year Begins. September (j, 1911 Write for catalogue. Address all communications to Nineteenth Desk B" touihH aa ceaM Wa la style and SL ctlWs-- n sorlU4)uasoolUrfKals. tuidf.irfiw rraaiuim Catalncu end tVh rriM offer, mtuMimmtimtmM.v2rmiiL.mm. ;Vu Catisa. f Soad for WH flin Ym Fta rM-- i for aaMiag tab; ne PVW-t- rhdvti a 111 nenarfcot i lil.fcwtkaaia Ooagh mm&y to be CNbaolutoly tina uMt profpamaWon oa iUm taarlwt for flOida. I reoffiOMAdad K to my JWoaito md4Uw aU a&n, wit tee." Plor wtmm. by aU itofjgfM. h. liall. of Waywly, Via., mya: "I tksily te)UY--s CWttlrlteU'a W. L. MATHENEY & BATTS. r Jt ft SmAAmhHhmwmwmmiimmtim$stiiim.at JI ., VI '"' se 0 i Tiff you will be sure to find PirorifAno Faher. Mother. Sister, Brother, Sweetheart, Aunt, Uncle and Cousin. Gifts too that everyone will f lUl laVCljUllC crate and vthat will remain a token of your esteem and love. Come, soon and look over, our COUNTY DRUG CHRISTMAS STORE IIStCOBtlPO r i appre-UllLd RATED CHECK YOUR CHRISTMAS WANTS FROM THISILIST. V that which will give happiness to you and others. stock and For the Ladies Stationery Visiting Cards High Grade Boxes Cards Perfumes Toilet Water 'Cold Cream X-m- as For the Man. - Shaving goods Badger Lather Brushes Enders Safety Razors Auto Strap Safety Razors. Roman Brass. Goods. Jardiniers (Hanaled) 1 Jadiniers Jar Shaving Trays , ' c Round Trays . Fern Trays ' V Fern Dishes . , ' L' Hanging Baskets i f Finger Bowls j, Pen Trays goods is made of pure Brass NOTEi-Th- is and is lacqureed to prevent tarnishing. - Pipes and Cigars, Etc., U3M0DERN tr V C Crepo Paper Albums Amas ouggesuons CIGARS BY THE BOX MilitaryvHair Brushes Hat and Clothes Brushes Manicure Goods. Buffers Brushes and Combs Toilet Sets freih, bright, new idea for Chriitmaa gift. Choiceperfumerymalcetamort leasing gift for young or old. S uf atoclc it yery complete. We make a specialty of the famous Ours itn't an ordinary .tore for it's full to overflowing with Fountain Pens Smokers Set (Brass) Ash Receiver (Brass) May the Goddess of luck vant throughout the New May the paths you trod clear; May your disappointments pleasures many; May your portion of hard any--. Pin Trays Music Rolls Rieger Perfumes Beautiful packages from 25 cents up. May we have the honor of a visit from you?. Come in and' look around anyway.' Most of these articles are exceedingly inexpensive and all are be thy ser- Special! Speciall- As a special offer to buy fom us. We give a ticket to our Vaudeville and and Moving Picture Show (to be given at the Opera House Dec. 28) for each 50c purchase. (Watchfor- program and list of 'acts , - Year, be rosy and be few and Confectionery ?6lJTH" in Chocolates andJ3on-Bon- s veiy appropriate. Packages, "Flower Drop." In a polub.d mapta cui particularly to tend awaj. It U an Uaal Cbrittmas gift. luck be not later) The Ohio County Drug Company. I With best wishes for the New Year, We remain, yours Sincerely, RIGHTS OF I THE WOMAN (Qontlauixl toxm First page.) And the natural weapons of a woman were never tina .wispipanB of foro The surtast bulwark which can law surround woman and hiar il finest In- - not of aton nor d( titeel. bujt of tor lass vulnerathat which should amid Ww naveronoa of ble, the (ivory manj And niiaa. she $ far harsalf as to atip bayond this 1 ly-no- t for-ea- ts Lake Charies, La. Mrs. E. Four-nie-r, 516 Kirby street saya; "The month before I took Candid I could 1911, J. I. HOSICK, Notary Rublte. hardly walk. 1 had backache, head- .My Commls3ion expires Jan. 26th, ijLche, pain in my logs, chills, fainting 1914. feelings i spells sick stomach dragging Coiroat Attest: patience ox couree. Since takand no W. P. ILBR, ing Cordud, I hare no more pain, and REPORT OF THE CONDITION J. E. .MADDOX, feel good all the time." Take Cardul J. R. DUNN, OF THE and gat the benefit of the peculiar Diraatora. DEPOSIT BANK Every family has need of a good Re- herb Ingredients, which hare been found so efficient for womanly ills. liable Unlment For sprains, bruises, Doing Other people have done the testing business of soreness of the muscle ait Town and rheumatic You profit by their exjporience. Try Rockaart, County ct! Ohio, Stata pains thare Is none btter than, 's. 2. of Kentucky, at fctoe olasa of; Sold by a4l druggists. m It basin 333 on the &Si day of Diaoainbar 1911. man not to hi itrut3 ami thWas and roan criminals; to prom to evey that thaw its something n life worth fighting for something worth his mhils it pnotent. God made her last, thsnajona, He made har beat. And that, after all, Is .har highest woman's night to tw a woman. the bast of my knowledge and belief. J. R. DUNN, Oaahlieir. Subscribed and sworn to ibofore me by J. R. Dunn, thla 14th day of Dec Terrible Train of Troubles. IMPORT Cham-barlaln- E-2- D,nly shelter, aha compromises not well tha laafoty RESOURCES. of every qbhor woman,and, mona, the Loans and Discounts. . . . $36,99.22 safety of uvury man; for wtosn aha' 2 U. S. and qihar Roads, takes from man, as an Individual orl stocks and Securities None yw g as a nation, hfa l of WKxmanjhood, 3 Due fnam banW 1 I1 t. 3,823.95 11 I she Invites more than mortal disaster '4 Aotual Cash on hand. . . J. . 4,'453.9S to that mam or to that nation. In 5 Checks, oaah items anid ex- - '"' thj history of Ui iwoiid, Uw intagri- - change for okarlng '.Noma ty of Its wonwn; and only la so far'c as she honaolf , remains true to heflsolt Un,sacuK(tr?231.03. . . . , . . . '. 234.03 and to tho God slvwn taws of Iwr 7 Currant expenses anid (Sax&j own owing, wax, lor owy may uopo! paid 2,111.33 to protect and advojioe the interest 8 Raal Eaaate, ?2,5890; one vital to lwr welfare andl jiltUM and Fdxtunas. S2d268.19: to the welfare of luar paii!w Total 457.39 She onay bo (jantlo without being 9 Other Ass-jtnot includexi weak; kind without being aiUmontal under amy of the above she may bo dxjinejidenjt without being heads ... 8S3.08 a burdun. Sliu ueed not .bo a slave, is nor a martyr, iwr recluse. She is (Total .. 53,3CG.2t needed evwrywjhjreith(a.t mom h nccdedi. LIABILITIES. but she is jiodsd ats a woman. She 10 Capital Stockupald In dnJ , Is needed to. madtolnie, not to atbamptl "cash 115,000.00 v the many hrarIc duads for which lie is 11 Surplus, $2,350.00; Unidhilo far .battw fJitUid, but to Uual with ed prmts,2,736-22;Totai.- , m 6,086.22 T tlie mono Uidlcato, mono dntrlcoto (prqb 12 loposlU on wihloh JniWnedt l:ms, wh'jch UUy ooiitmut tihe lfltyal-olads paid, $14,119.37; DupoaJita by uwnw of her more sanaatlve on which Interest Is ototi equlpmemt to ixpoh beyond maiturial paid, $16,160.05; OWial ,Do- paithology to ithoso aluslvia fatora In , I03lts 30,280.02 the otlology pf dls-aotoo 13 Cashlor's cheoka, outstatid which microscope JOaUs to vKal and the seal log,..., Nona; CenUtled chokia, of ones free if pol .llav,.ibut which a jwonijaa'a Total ....'ona do . four, symPftfryand a "woman's wit may 14 Due to Banks.... None make hosiery of times Otaaovor and connoot Sjw 15 Nots and Bills nadtaaaunti a a is oeaea au 3Vriy mw or aaience, od...Nono; Bills HiyaibJo pleasure. ourj not to 'die but to mo deoper; $3,000.00; To'ol 3.000.C0 hosiery aot to dediiot new truths but bjtter 16 Other liabilities not includjMwsrva dU Dan is; not to rival Let ui tell you bout "Wundenrarn that ed uadr any of the above loan ' la exfMrioiKsvt (but to outstrip 1dm In heads ...,Noa-- i 8topi.thc darn. ' 'About V Wwnderdjre fast to the Sinn te mKudod In ir(ton, siutootfl last." The' man who knows-war- s not to Ktotfn the world from the iul-p- tt Total $53,366.21 If Aty wwet not tbc bwt iMtiwy mait "wMh owttd and dosma, but to win STATE OF KENTUCKY, would Sot be found on sale at 1 Jwc ,ww ooitefet living; and County of Ohio by oat. sk U awiiq ta'tfpMttai, not to Mht I. J. R. Durwi, QiMbkr of ube I shonldy m maHiWj W druO?s and above named Bank, lb etotMrnirir Sww ,' J AlDEALER. but to WispliV that the above nfrhymwt to jknM to J ' v "'. her awn eofriy, but, as dd-n- J DONT RUTTTO OR ; 7 AV f FOOT (ifJ - iSHbIbb&SsssbbB sHHBwssSsiBft! I titefvjsBBBBBB Will Be OF THE- 4 at the Store I i OTOrdrafts-iSe(jured,..''..No- iif3; IK IT CENTERTOWN Fur-whl- oh your Foot out of Hosiery if it not Kep There' is no excuse for taking Mercantile Co. OF CENTERTOWN, a chance in Guaranteed buying Hosiery n; mt If Saturday,c, 23 want to see all you children and grown ups, too, there. I shall look for you, and now don't you disappoint me. You had better come. YOUR FRIEND, 'fyraiaafiote; And a jr new with our guarantee pair not wear four months certainty buying look at them at Take a counter. ' & U '. CO, SANTA CLAUS, mtw r ,r ..l A. tf'W i j - -- jx a UTOTTH