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Ij BODY LIES IN J? Mnoo, HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1911. Im Sryatit, Our MoDmiW, liob AWoel, Claud Mtoiem Arneit liHond. All rjKwtud a CSox, Wow. vim ithne. AAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA WWW AAAAAAAA T?fT????TfffTfffffffff Yellow Jacket Stingers. THE MAN AROUND TOWN. FIELD ALL NWHT JWWtesvilleboyMeetsDeatn While Loading: Gin. V f Widfatker Finds the Body to Thicket at 7:30 O'clock Tuesday Moriiflg. "William J. Sapp, the thlntean-yair- -( bid ,eon of H. Q. Sapp, a pfromlnent about a mils Xarauer, ,who reoidas rom Whitesvlatt,, was found dead in" a '.thicket about COO yards from Iho by his grpudfetibeir, John home Sapp, at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday morning, with his china Bha,titered and the gun l)'(Ing on his kinaoBywhicme tt hod. fatten jafiier 4t bad baza. discharged. Justice of tine "peace J. W. Wane Md an Inquest over the 'body af tha boy declaring ,bhat his death was and was caused by the- - discharge of tho gun wMb It waa loaded by thelad. story Th Iboy, according to the ioid by Ms mother, had a9kad Monday to so hunting Da cmaalng, and upon being granted tha permission, he had set out on his dogs frip about SoVJtock, jwith dwt) shotgun, and an old muzzle-toadindat hie had bnon humans with, dur, nccl-Asatpar-mlsal- U. 7 spenitfti Ashfond's vhe hoBw of Mrs. Natwy ' Obrlstmw day jmhen her chMdrea and graadohttdKuin aU ejlhercd at. luW Ohrtetmas mornkig to home arty We don'it mind & B"imocra'jlc spead ithe duny wl'ah dhk- nnoftherand go bad, but doiggone th-gmndmprher. At 12 o'cloek aU iwe n3aul)t. i Invibed itatio th,e dlrrfoig room whrfj a If tlw Democrats carry (he couoitry nice diisrieff had bain prcpaivd. Tlw and thy hwk- wlKh av T Di?Xt Mar itihj D:-vtfl.hla kinltiairl vurv worms twill get, us euife. thlog good to eat and decorated wUa'j w,ei: winfx ferns. Those iwds-s- t iThe LaltoU ite campaign Is still be Mr. and Mrs. Kit Austin and children, ing workrad, and tho faot tihOit Bryan Destto, Cornrw and Eatil Pandielon, Is boosi'Jrg it only make3 astilnsit the and Wlsconcin Senator. Mr., and Mra. WaWar Kenoijdy , ohlld.-enEunice aiiearl, OpU Cecil, and Maude lira. Lacy Dabny and Somattae the groat common p.aople ohlMren, liable, Jcbbj, Alia and Mae. will learn that all this hue and cry Ml ithaiohlldnen being present except for "nefonm" a3 pronKuliaatJdd by the tLs n'oOiihig tnona nor A. C. Ashfond, who U In' t)be Rhflllp-plni- s, and itwo Utitle grandchildren,, los3 than th3 .wh'iine of men who hiavu Hal'ea.and Halite Smith. lit waa a nio Wgbxn, araMtdiln bham; to fteiither to be their own ciaats upon title credulity0 very pleasant pcoasilon long njmemibi'n d by ithe mother and chll-dro- n. the pl3op:.i, Afywy oJoyal!ie day w 4s a meat datlmatolq and Mlrs yonug lady. May 6hey haw a brtight and prosperous life. Mr. EvenltJt Lansford, iwho Hifas served thneij y ans In the Coaql Anuitory a.t Ft. Adam3, It L, is pxpWdhome tho first of January. DEFENSE MADE - J ll ing toe. epasoji. The boy promised hl3 parents that , mbe (would reiurn about G:30 o'clock 'In time to eat has supper iwflWh the other memltam of the faimlly. Whani the lad failed" to return at the promised time, the panentts were slightly A alarmed, and the faither madia a quick trip to WhltesvMe to make inquiries concerning the hoy. tha parents wane grefcitly alarmed, and made up a posae and instiAfter tuted search for the boy. tramping .over tthie for some ,ed to netiuni, time the possewos .as a heavy rain had sat dn and It was s3 dark that they were unable to "JJcii "o'clock, whenthe appearamiQe boy failed Inwne-dSately to put n his fll-J- r ' to kaep up Hvi search. Js'o one sedmod bad boja, know where the boy hunting, as he had slanted out by When the posse rUturnied. hbm'e, Jilanaa'tf. John Sapp, the grandiflaithyr of the boy, stated that about 5:30 o'alock in the aferncon he hod b.3i a puff xjf smoke Issuing from a olumsp of t A near the house and (that he 3iad .lusmi the report of a gun, but! ,aa he was to such health, he avos unable to go la the field and se4 if tha boy had been hurt. Th3 etched that mimibars of lh poasa they 'had ajorched eveiry Jnich of jthat ground around the house and 'ihey could not find any trace of the .boy, The igmandtotihier, however, that the boy was lying In thj loVump of tnaea ,and 'before Ijhie family had arisen, stanied out alonie to find the lad. After COTchtlng fox several hours he found ithiehoy bnig la a pool of blood, wWi hts ahln torn o.my and his latje badly Jaoet-ateby 'the shot. Hhe boy was lying on bis back and ihe.0ta "was Aoross his knme, Khore H Bvddetntly Iwd fallen aSter It had Wr Accord4ng to the aatio-ma- nt of (he physloten, he had tw?n g. ,dad since 6 o'clock Jilontday :tnees ed oom-jletelave-alo- Inni(ik,te1y wona The ramalna tekaa to the noaldanoa of hie mxymia, Vrfao were prof'rated wiha wv kta. JuUoa Wane iwwa maWtdd and - h.W an iaqueat, lli-&- T4w iboy .iwa "Viery ,wH kaowa In 'WhttamlUe and mm wcy petputer, nOwaoabono AfrwDgr. H0RT0N. , DaoJo M, MUb HiHulo MUads TiuMMtey Dfebt, 2tet mPb' .a at-.pound MftMtr ivMbloh wm 1m- '"tended Mid bkhly akmd. Tbo 'wf-whatteodd wfe:' MImm Jwawtq "Mk1eitad a wwrfw of D. hr AMa en- - f Vewt Oiwwuar, Aupto od md rtom AaWowi, Mflfte MM-- r, hmm. MwMds, Mm, Rhoda JeCw- - itatox, umi, Bt ftNWMM. Iar N aon; mmw. pynm asm as ami Lotwy LnwUm Jem Olalc. Arta. BmU,'BwmA Me WPA, CUM JlliMM, .toil, AM M ' Wfb Iler, H Osov JUlan. OWm 'ibi, qrwdr CMU Bwmto WMUk U, Ud WU- - Writf! Okomt nn exitkn of offioefra flar 1912 ganization. being on mpprjtanfc feature. The fol lowing office Iwane icjleqtiad:! So near 13' Gcd Ito man;, Noble Grand AV. C. Wpiacm Washington, Dae. 23. A canrplrjq When duty Ihispers, low ithlou must,, Vice Grand C. M. fllarne'lt. defense of organized labor, and Thi youth repllas, "I can."" Secraitary R. R. Rllwy. of the Ainenlcan FedTaltioni Trujasurar Dr. A. B. RJliey, ivfact-ed- . The Odd Fellow supper felvau at of Labor from all knowledge) of thady Fratarnity Hall was so e&jgant ahd namiting plo'B of tha McXamara. enjojrjd by all thi? mkraibers tiiat the Trustee Widows and OnphausFunl brothiers is made in a vigorous editorMqs s Hudson, Dr. A. B. Riley and commltiEia, Charley Tuimer and Dr. ial written by Samuel GompteTS, presNey Foster. A. B. Winy, now take rank with thla J. ident of that organizadan, In tha JanFiunkl 'Fired of Genernil Knights uary "number ot the JAadanutlonist, of Pythias en'yeirtalnjnsnt Trustras Cooper, C P. Turner and F. S. oommittoa. We Uko to s e which was made public today. The man wAtih a IbhlnkH'jank What djwJlap their abllWy, as ,well Rllr Gomper3 ridicules the charge of DeWaroica-Schapmire. will hold (two pints 'knows lthaltV)ciod-ro(- w as to give us an opontunity to exhibtective William J. Burns,, who built Hocker-Stewar- t. Wltecn cannot ib3 Etaoanj In Ms yiles Susie Warnfica and Mr. J. N. appetite. up tim case against Structural Iron llh'ey, ane it our Schapmlire .wvre marrfM at thie home pnaachmfente fot On last Sunday evening, Brae. 21, Workers, that then? ura men higher agin' all fhja paisit iirKaahmsnjts and Next yoar Is leap ypar. We do not at 6 o'clock, the marriaga of BCls3 of Ahe Ibrdd3 on No Onauk iaeit Monday He Is not a na- bjllwe that man y,pf the fair and bet-t- ar Maymse Hooknr and Mr. Cb?3u.ir Stu- up, and declares that the American, by Hev. WitH'jay- - Mr. Schapmlme la an agin' h!3 prtiit and Federation of Labor is willing sex ewr do the prppoegin act. but art, ofi Ceuitrol Girove njghboir-hoo- d, old Ifarrtfard iboy who nqw oc:ciupl3 ture fakir tos ils a moijural jaaaok. anxious to throw open Its M'fB and It ha3 bejn found that thileaTie Imore solemniziid at tha home a iwapon;ilb3 ioal,tlon) at Bloomlngftca, Upon Sit. Clpir, Ahi3 ; Jucigile man books for Inspection to prove lb ait Its) I1., where 1lh-i- iwlll maloe 'thfjlr ifutura who'sniijUJad himajlf and jhougihit it wieddins durlpg lpp ytar than any of tha .brid.. ReV. H. P. Brpwn c .any pnsrol- officials were ojhor yar. How1 about that maflter, thi3 exemeny in hlis usual Imhonw. 'Tise Ibrlde is a very popular was a Ohlongo packing house, boa dis zed campaign of vlo'encej glrla? Do tho figures Ho, or do you pressive manmer. n young laidy of fche No Oneak covered another maro's mqat In a iNaw naally , In port the editcrla gays: do thu, propca'ng. Lohengrin Bridal Chorus or weddln Jerasy poor hous.. A man auJU a "We hava tio'hlng to hide. We are waa played by Mrs. M. F. Eery now anil ithon wa ibjair sl:im march nos3 for a BJjixcU can moot always ready at any time for the aganlts ot FALO. Ioieats what his lis Jo,ohlng far. Waftoh ana epre3 some surprtsfs whn enws File1, tho law to bei?ia imiat-'scltcic1MB. 25. The ChnlsVas ihrea ail tha Ut'ie iSISgaas Geneva Gaff and Em- records of all klndj, acccunt books tjne .buz2ar,d4 is mcmtlcned, at the Eiami3 filmie l(iien Plalo school house huat Saturday ttlgbl gilrls. MiIsj tho same miiwS h3 pjip iryd In the ma Miller were tha fitower ctverything of documi ntary Eihapo Of towsi Congni33 bad to adjourn was quits a success A good orowd Louva Milter was maid of honor, and open home newspaper. White a loa of to tham. All halt has been XmaSj Tiliajt is all night. Bult let afttendod. for Mr. Klrby Park the "bast man." Lprinliied or spoken or wmltiiwn to our paople think, no doubt, the tome Thsre waa a good tercmd at Sunny- - us hope thajt San'.a Clause was nctt paper contains nojilng, jwt Bo'h briJda and maid of honor ,wife correspondents is subjacit are to thvjlr Inwia old called upon to ,buy toys dale lastj Saturday Jooking for with the never attraa'lvely gciwn;-- in whdua measa- - quiries. Every too old to learn ni:pv ithlngsanil act cf evury ofidal Santa Qlaus Mne silk. .The if'croiar glnls oJso,werr3 tariff off ithlayear. Nxit yQ'r tha they would, profit 1 may iba fryely looked Into. No onla Is if iii-,- would ttad Facmers are' about done stripping ahlldniu will all have longer atookfags a'ltired In whula and wore whOiia slip their horns papers. K.HP Intoran-'going to dodge or run away. What tobacco hiere and puWns It down In and their JSaitbera toasrv faces. upon your homia niajws and nrjle will pers. ever can be done to nljd liiba law wll hulkandsomeof itis danaglng. I don't The 'bridlj is thie only daughitar of be done at thtesa offices- - 1hi3 is our If soma .good Noniih Amsnlcan ahoiw be .glad toconi3irsiawltih aaa "hy ithey don't shovie it through Mr. and Mrs. Wttllio Hiackar an 3tl- neply to 4he clamor to t the men man had fche enterprise he would rig moro HTOlyj The hands of thia muddlinglar ora mable young lady, whoaa (firlends are hlghar up, to up qoma klnjd of an animal on nntar the rtip atad ninnouno-misn-t Mrs. Mary White and Son Halley usually .too dirty tor onaithilnig lelss. numbared by her acquala'aiioeis, while in the press elf a nai of Barnum's Wooly Horse and adver-tte- a apent the day last Sunday with Mr. Mr. Siawart is one of Ceijsr&t-GToro- 's by Federal offlcereto tha him as Bill Bnjian's Dhilng Par J. D. Berry and family. Keown-Foste- r. mast iwor,thy young men.. Thtay hava agjention amount Jthe OnJi- One Ever Bonn in that behind the McNufc- ns Mr. Charlie FV3eni,st5(r, of Palo, wit? the 'bast wishes of thi:dr aras "were awn standing high in ta-- a Captivity and by gosh alhemlacks The marr'age of Mr. J. Ney Foster to Taffy last Tueaday. on .bualnuss. for a life oJoyand praWarlti------ -hij'd make a iblcomln' fortune becau:d and Ml3 AnnaEUz,a Koown councils of Jaboris. took Mr. Ivan Park and wlf3, of Spncer, "Is organized labor to depart from all of Bills other Paramcunta are plaaa at tine home of the bride on county, Indiana., are vlsltibg; the Kentucky Girl Made Squaw. its adoted policies, and if bo tfay? dead. Main street Tuedoy at 1:30 p. m lattieirs PArenSs, Mr. and Mrs. Xunk Gryn, of Where l!as a be'itiar course tlian that Whisn Miss Kathrirlna and was a very btfurfclful home iwed Hendeaison, Ky., Barry .this .week. Before he wpis jerkjad hence Hcptry ding. arrives home from wihtoh it has folio wud? As to the ceremony was performed The , iwhoga Mr. John iUn3 Clay BeaiMie announced rthat he was Washington tomorrow n'ght she may critics of thi fijdecnjtion's officars, has ibean mjnitlomd, la able to walk truly converted and faced fine heneaf-t- er by Rev, Cecil Stevens In a moat surprise by uttering, in moat of them move in a fundamiaa,al manner. Mr. Foster i3 the ladylikehw Mends war whoop around the house. wwlth Burema confidence. In fact ton the of tlie enror. They assuma that thd aaparaitta a iMr. Vlg Mtdklff, of Dundee, was In when did you ever read of aimurdy-e- r Junior Editor of this paper while th Nilkantes Indians. She was taught trade unions, in thedr organlzatdon; brdda Is the daughter of C. our midst laisit Saturday. anbeing strapping cJff that did not while nffair3,ore controlled, dtoact-- t - the war whoop today Air. W. I.. White and Mr. Tllford nounce the earn a thing? if they all P. Kooiwn, a teacher in Hantford ol- Initiated in thie noted Chippowa Trib3 work and ed, supervosed from our Washington! leso and ane of tlie moat popular of Aldnldge went to Hartford lost Thurs tell the truth, hell Is going to conby Lieonldas Marritt, pf Minmasota, center. This 1b not in the least so. Hartford girls. The oonomiony as day on busituoas. tain nobody but a few little spit-fir- e the main who gecenitly told the Stanle To tho national (or international) unMr. D. Whlt3 went to. Hartford ono that happemed to be enufcd out be- wltneseed by relatives and a few In Steal Commit e his version Uf liqw ions .there 13 nothing higher up. vited friends. Aflter a ahont wedding day last imak on buslnesu. griinied pojsaa-sio- a fore .they had time to maku their fi- trip Mr. and Mrs. Fosb.ir .will John D. Roola-lly- r "At no tinw in the hltltory of labor be at Mr. D. Moxley, of Shrew, was In nal pnetpanai'4qni of thQ Mesaba Iron ona miuias. haa organizaition b an so essential aa hon3 in Hartford, our imAdat 'lasa .week buying turlojys. iMIss Gre:n has bsni ht.yre for noiw. Old glory B'jill f Loots, and old glory .The 'Roads 4n ,tMa Mlolnlty are v.dry ajvarol months in the brnplpy of the The writer declares that forces hosNew Lodge Officers, wdll be floated the next four years by bad to places, It la almost lmpasisi-bleStanley Commlttm .When Leonlidas tile to otngauiized laibor are working; w the Republican parity, From the At tha rwgular annual eleotlon for Merattt came from Duluith to Wash- harder thaa ever to disrupt . unions Jackiet, Moravlan Falls, N. C. Mr. Joa Mad?n went to Suanydkile Hantford Masonic Lodge held Wednes- ington ito givo his amazing testimony and the editorial is brought to a elosn loat Saturday hopping. day of ttarnoon the following officers abotu the way in which ho had lost with the foroiful abjuraiticn to "gnlt .Mr. Uames R. Burdenn iwoat to EDWARDS SCH00LH0USE. were choaen for the next year: W. $10,000,000 to Mr. Rocckiefelier, he de ypur itea'h and organize." ( Dukehunst last Saitiuirday. for hlanagular appoint M. E. P. Moore; Sr. Wardiaiu James veloped a inartlculor admCrai'ian Rev. Crowe filled In .the concluding paragraphs the brlght-yye- d Hends'r-ao- n Nance; Jr. Warden, V. G. Barnajt; thie black-haln.ment at this place Sunday. executive of tha national organlztaMoa Card of Thanks. , girl. Mr. Janwa Thomas, of 'Reaver Dam, Treasurer, W. H. Mbone; Sqcrctariy, L. again tlirows down tha gauntlet to tho I itake this method of extending my Way back in 185C,wihen Mr. Merritt goiTOmment attended church at this place pun-da- y, P. Foneman; Mrcmber Board of Coninve.itigators, declaring thanks to itiha patrons and pupils of trol, Qwen Hunter; Member Finance was a boy of 12,wiith the ocjhar mem- that labor is ready for Its InvestigaTaylor Minus School Dkjtalct for Conunltitoe, C. M. Bawmt. The Dea- bers pf his family of Mlninesoita tion and that the country may naat during the thteir huarty The pound supper given at Mr. W. cons ana ycfc to a appointed. by pionoars, he was adop'wd tho assured that labor have noth past six months of niy school iworlt V. Duke'on- - last Wednesday night Nlkantsis, a ing Chippawa Tribe of the; to Cetw. In taelr mid. And teat but not was largely attjudjd. All tvjpoilt a During gneat honpr in those daysj SELECT. least I .wish to thank tha young folks grand tiny. the ensuing yams the NiktuiiKB naive 25. iChnlstimas ipatsed off quietSpecial Notice. for the nice pneaante, this Doc. .Mrs. Martha. Hunt visited at ly at tills, place. There being no drln died out rapidly, and whew the last MRS. S. O. KEOWN. Tha Green River District Union A. pkure Sunday of their chiefs depantwd for thia happy lag at all . hunting grounds be Mt Mr. Marritt S. of E. will conbna In regular quar vlalted Master Shiockney Martin inTls Many Hobos Killed. Mr. OnvlUa Miller has moved to at tho courthouse. In as ahlef of the tribe. This dlsUattton terly session Miss Maria and Dona Hurt Sunday. Ar- farm, purchased of Mr. L. E. S;atlc8hvAnrttheaumiber of per gave Mr. Mennltt the right of ndoi)-'tlo- Owiansboro on Thursday January 1th, Mr. Bob B. Sohroadar and 'mother b tickle. ' sona killed anul)y ipr mile. In this tho 1912, at any) o'clock p. m and hold Sicca hie oame, htare have gone to Dawson Messrs. oounfe-and In Europe, by railroad of Riod HlH,fchlMr-J. L. and Nat Hudson and Nlkanilss chief decided to adopt Mies sessions tlU all business claiming athealth. an Springs for tnalne put the United States ln tention at this mavting is di!si)osed Pote Norman, of Broadway, oama up Green into tine tribe. i mwt-Ing- of un'J,ble posWon, for it shows that Xittle lMIsb Floy Mlnton to allil on Sunday to spend Chrtatoias. The myfiiterlous rlto was parformed of and as this will be tha first W N .was and .the tribal oaths were Ink an. Benumber UUl In tfils country run tha sick lla.t Uie your much important matDock Faughtt, of Oromwdll, up to about Mm and six thousand ' M-- . John Dabney.wlSe and daughter here bird hunttlng Ciirtotmas. fore she diapartfld for the train today ters will come before us, so .wie urge par anuum. It to fee optnton of Sac and Mr. Buramy Dabney's family ivdslt-e- d Glanu.FaUghit,of OkUhonnajls spend Mlsa Groan hod occoaislon to fbol tho a full attendance from locals and esState Ht Mr. Laoy Dabnay's Sunday. PMMV C. A. RatoMff of Una ing tlw hoUdayps with bis parenita ndan authority of hier trtbal Chluf. It was pecially from aU members af county uUlttiet) oomuntaBion Iwweviir Mr. BM' As worth atAl ,wife, ot Sul- CromweU. that e&erolaed when eho, not luuMoed to Boards. this to dtw k.rgly to the feat tin phur Sorlaw. atteodad church at bWa .who bid farowiell to one S .B. ROBERTSON, Sac'y. Prof sad Mrs, Earl Smith, commiitt by laws la Buropaan oouotrida fitw- - ptooa Snadayw ware seortly nwrrled whlla thaUuoh-er- s because he had oCten beoaad paaatng on rptttpwta k radnkig iMr. Jobo Nix, wife and daugbjdar, wane vteWing LoutovlUe, and the her, btarted away without Bliakiuig PAMMoaUy; lapoafo. Tridmwvnaara who bva baan vtoMtoc tii9 tonner'a Mamauvth Cava, is expaoted homia in hantto. QoanrtUuo tfr btUc of Ww number son to Itanwoek oounty tor twpwwwlaj a fcwodjaye 'whvs Wwy will rusidcv aim-ayshakjas "A true Nikanlss AY your Subscrip In Mllwl in W UuUid Iwwa aqt yb rwtuwwKl home. S3vral loads ot tobacco Stave been hands with his nemiies," add thie iMMiiwtoi a tgaasfiannw on femll wW dallviarasi and adl report uood pricua chief, Bad miss Green at ouqa ro W, V. Duke ?r. and tion To-da- y pwpirty MBda biensaK ptaod mo fa Qwanabowo la tlw near aad weight. sponedd to tho bpikJ of ItrodMion. .Wlni. AMsoa BJie .let last woe4c New York Herald. uadr varast m qirickAy tfatt fM h ftttara. i save us coming: mot ttow to lrtWi 'bur a tnate bei8 Urs L. T, Wtebt paaiad will U. S.; Army whre iw for fepMM thw ttafi m & iwy hmw, iwhh lila ewpfcyMp w Ws Wanted. b souta IMaa This means you and A peraou with euane mwoiay to join Mr. Robant &waia. of PraeAto, ibatow 'Hanrtona. taUl Mttck be Sak you in aripromable iMWlnaas Ht, Wt4 Mm. J. L. Hurt wartt to Him Woy KtewB, of thto i4aq-- WietM In on esWenwly qtoMy murriad wt tiw hww of Ihe la whioh Jaraa pmUta wu be jwwle OKteiMowtoy mv tMMiwass.. Jm- at M plaea wU atoaa Fri UnMate atotar Mnk aUas'ltohwtaHr.of mahout rtak. Rafewace ira.Z 34 viaaMaato. Add was Box X Y ahaHMMMi, 'Baiwrday rialU D-- c la ba vkva day. Butwrmnwant wW All ktaite e jBatettuc torn H Mr, ftwwia to r yopuaw ypwuc waa oore Hofftftrd RpHbMaaa, , 3tf BmiM.nn otfcW Of Organized Labor By Odd Fellows Elect Officers. Tx., Acme Lodge No. 339 I. 0. 0. F. Gompers. formerly pastor of tho Phvt Bax'ilst of Hartford.held an oniAusTuda'c r3Ht-in- g last Friday night, at which Mine Cnurch In Uils city, which. Is highly aprplated. Dr.Bructir sojis thlat he a splendid euppier was served at 6:30 Courts Thorough Investigation of and hia ifamily are well slcteyj wltl: Dr. A. B. Riley and Mir. C. P. Tur ner being In ohargi?. The mooting was along their Q"jw home, and all the Records of Ornicely and pleased with itlwlr loca- nvll attond.'dinid ruuoh huainiifsi Wo have received a Ijt'w Rev. vT. W. Bnuner, of Ocilar, from itirans-acte- d, to btou, Doctor. "So noir is graudur (o our dualt, tion. Good luok, dawn-andrCiur- js itbiiJeg-'in-tleme- y, lit' bs ns ds-na- nt jgh-borhoo- d. n. l' ,J"' d g-.- tan-iwid- le roiny-frianid- Dof-son- . Yiel-lo- , d. - n. 'em-plo- I s 4.. wi iWl-kw- mI ad P kjHl li huh ia after for tew ya. it. if rears. are 4 a I .) .) -' mtatm r I WOOL Jmi MOeah&V FUME Si3iHfe l 6yIQWS JOSEPHS WWVTOB-i'DTOC- m0STAT!OlfSV- : I. WgTOlTPI v an Sk i. a. nnmsHmsHmsHmsHmsHmsmnimn aped to advantage. His play was a I wonder of the Casino; for the matter 'A still and sultry dusk bad fallen, of that, his and extravaclosing an oppressive, wearing day: gant ways bad made the entire Prin ono of those days whoso sole function cipality of Monaco conscious of his seems to reside In rend6rlng us Irri- presence in tho land. And you fail e castably conscious of our In tho least to understand tbo nature ings of flesh; whose humid of the man if you think for a moment maohJxbd. t and' Inert atmosphere, sodden with that it irked him to be admired, pointtepid moisture, clings palpably to the ed out, courted, pursued. He was, inHeadache powders are merely drugs body, causing men to feel as If they deed, never so splendid as when that doaden ifl.itt. Same of ithjam axe at the bot aware that he occupied the public eye. crawled, very dangerous. None of 'them gots In short, he was just 'an Irishman. tom of a sea of rarefied water. to tbe seat of th-- i Jbroube as does a The hour may hare been eight; It . . . So, then, It's nothing wonder' dose of castor oil. may have been not quite that, but it ful that ho should seem a thought finiBut bettor tb&a cabbantfea faj cal about the set of his tie. was almost dark. The windows were ' oblongs, black as night in the yellow Now as he stood scowling at his walls of O'Rourko's bedchamber in the Image, and wishing from tho bottom of bis heart he had never Been fool Hotel d'Orlent, Monte Carlo. A Good Entertainment. I havo tbo honor to mako known enough to let Danny leave him, and Tlw hams talent erabarteinineat nt to you the O'Rourko of Castle calling fervent blessings down upon tho opera house Thursday night of O'Rourko in the county of Qalway, tho head of tho fiend who first design Ireland; otherwise and more widely ed modern evening-dres- s last W0jk woe iwell attended conetdor-In- g for men ho "I'm Paddy Whack known as Colonel Terenco O'Rourke; found himself suddenly with a mind tho inctenency of thu wesfther, From Ballyhack, a chevalier of tho Legion of Honor of divested of any caro whatever and atNot Ion? ago turned soldJ4r O BEWARE OF THE APPLEJACK and the program was well enjoyied. it France; sometlmo an officer In the tentive alone to a sound which came grand attack. At has Jwn, some time since an nt Or storm or sack, Foreign Legion in Algiers; a wander- to him faintly, borne upon the heavy wAtb so many peaplo In tho Nona than I will prove bolder O!" Grave and Dignified Jurist tho Viccosmopol wings of tho sluggish evening air. spendthrift, er, performance has baan given bore, and tim of Pleasant but Deceitful bo's been It was nothing more nor less than a ite a gentleman-adventureHIa voice was by way of being a Beverage. woman singing softly to herself (hum- tenor of tolerable quality and volume, termed. thsre wre about 70 people ah tho He was dressing for dinner. Tho ming would prob'ably be tho more ac- but untrained nothing wonderful. It program. The special somas, musical One of New York's judges took a glare of half a dozen electric bulbs dis- curate term), and it was- merely tho was Just the way he trolled out tho befora little vacation not long ago. He vis- acte, dnlUs, jtc, wero given covered him all but ready for public tune that caught his fancy; a bit of rollicking stanza that rendered It inited a friend who owns a country "Siiap Shots',' all of which was un-appearance not, however, quite ready. an old song ho himself had once fectious, 'irresistible. For as he ihe direction of JHsa DaWitt, of placo in New Jersey. The friend had been wont to sing, upon a time when paused the voice of the woman that In his shirt sleeves he faced a cheval-glassome prime, old New Jersey apple- Oraemvllle. The neadlnga by plucklly (If with the haggard he had bem a happier man. It seem- had reminded him of the song capped Miss jack. "I got a bit on edge with that DaWJtt, who is a talented elocutioeye of exasperation) endeavoring to ed strange to hear it there, stranger the verse neatly. stuff," said the Judge. "And then I nist were especially n1oyod. The pro-oxoutmaneuver a demon of inanimate still that the woman's voice, indistinct Three sobered up, as I believed. perversity which had entered into his afl It was, should havo such a familiar "An' whin we get the route go to thio Ladies Okdo of the Wld a shout. days afterward I brushed my hair, bedress tie, Inciting it to refuse to as- ring in his memory. He frowned in How they poutt ing desirous of attending Sunday Woodmen of the World. sume, for all his coaxing and his strat- wonder and shook his head. "Tho age .Wld a ready r);b(-aboschool. Before, I coijld get the brush, agems, that effect of nonchalant per- of miracles Is past," he muttered; Goes tuo bould soldler-boy- r away from my nead I was Soused fection so much sought after, so sel- "'twould never be herself. I've had Efficiency in Advertising. O'Rourke caught his breath, starafresh." dom achieved. me chance and forfeited it 'Twill Ono (princIpJo of sucoaas 'advortls tled, stunned. "It can't be " he Patently was tho thing possessed not come to me a second time. , . ." It was during the pleasant evening ing, as prootiload by department Bjbritj whispered. For if at by a devil; O'Rourke made no manner with the Jersey friend that the judge The singing ceased. Of a sudden subdued in distance, first her voice, had stirred his "The Dlvvlei" He ad wniitora and other eipicJallsta on of doubt of that. Though tor minutes O'Rourko sworo with needless' .heat. memory Said Beneath His escaped from the house. Loud yowls touch at a time ho fumbled, fidgeted, fumed, and, plucking away the offending tie, thrilling with a caress as vague and coming from the orchard near by publicity, Is to give definltlei deaarip- Breath. as the it was without avail. guided tho searchers to' him. They tians of the goods affareKL; Whgnn cast it savagely from him. "The dlv-vl- o hand in darkness, now of a woman's that he heard self around his feet His room itself was in a state of sugfly away with ye I" he said. "Is it merchant uses such phnaass as "Tin tho full strength of that Boprano, bell-cle- him headlong; only and all but threw led him back to the house and "nsiderablo disorder something due bent on driving me mad ye are? I'd go to bed. Tho judgo a frantic clutch at gested that and spirited, he was sure he the footrall of the bed saved him'. acquiesced, he insisted upon telling best is the cheapest" and Blggost mainly to O'Rourko's characteristic ef- give me fortune to have Danny back! but assortment and lowesit .patafc," ho forts to find Just what he might hap- . . . Me fortune faith!" He laugh- know the singer. He told himself that Kicking the thing savagely off he his experience. "The trees were there could bo no two women in the flung himself upon the door and threw bowing and waving no one. Tho reador arguj3 pen to desire at any given time with- ed tho word to bitter scorn. "'TIS their arms " said thiese catch out troubling to think where it ought meself that never had tho least of any- world with voices Just like that; not It open. His jaw dropped. he, "and the wind sang through the that anyone can uae properly to be. thing like that without 'twas feminine another than her ho knew could have The lift shaft was directly opposite. branches, and tho scent of flowers wonda and ithey prove nothing) rendered the words with so true a Something of this confusion, mirThe most successful advertising !a with a 'mis-- ' tacked onto the front Before it, in more or less patient wait- was in the air. Sometimes the trees rored in the glass, was likewise re- of it!" And he strode away to the spirit, so rare a brogue tinged' as ing, stood a very young and beautiful changed places with each other. Now not apt to sound like an httompt to that had been with tho faintest, woman in a gown flected in O'Rourke's eyes, what timo window to cool off. whose extremo can- and' then they almost swept the road persuact. . It Is mono a siptamant of quaintest exotic Inflection Imaginhe paused for breath and profanity. dor was surpassed only by tho perfec- In front of .me with, their boughs." It was llko him toxforget his exas facts. The readier is glwin "Tnaterlai "Faith, 'tis worse than a daw's nest, peration in the twinkling of an eye; able. tion of Its design and appointment "None of 'em hurt you, Judge?" by which ho forma his qwn mental But she had stopped with tho tho place," ho admitted, scandalized. another mood entirely swayed him by both blatant of the Rue de la Palx; "No, sir," said the judge, solemnly. "How ever did I ono lono man do the time he found himself gazing out verse half sung. Hla pulses quicken- a typo as common to the cognoscenti "Never in my life did I go out with, a picture of the good3. Plor this purposo try doClndita all that, will ye be telling me?" He into the vague, velvety dusk that mo- ing, O'Rourke leaned forth from tho of Monte Carlo as the Swiss hotel por- nicer bunch of trees." and K flung out two helpless baffled hands, mentarily was closing down upon the window and carried it on: ters. But O'Rourko did Hot know her datalkd though ivory brief flaaorfn- and let them fall. After a meditative falry-llk-e from Eve. tlon. Got nmnufantunas of vnnir linv panorama of terraced gar"O, 'tis thin the ladles fair pause he added: "Damn that Alsa- dens and sullen, silken sea. In despair Repeated Sermons. "Tho dlwle!" said he beneath his U give you some doflnlite toots ofhout His Tear their hatrl tian!" with reference to his latest thoughts had winged back to that breath. Tho Prejudice against the renetltion uow line booos are put ftogythar, so But "Tla dlvvle a bit I caret' and least competent valet, who had dear woman of whom that fragment . Ho was mistaken; but the young of sermons is not universal. A sood' Cries the bould soldier-boy!- " but recently been discharged with a of melody had put him in mind; and woman, at first startled by his uncer- book repays and a good why goods pause. Ho listened are Buporior There fell a flea in his ear and a month's unearn- ho was sighing and heavy of heart emonious appearance, on instantan- sermon should be all the more valuable PJok out aoana speoiail bargains, ed wage In his pocket "For knowing with longing for tho sight of her and with his heart in his mouth, but beard eous, second thought decided to per-jm- it on second hearing. Dr. John Watson nothing. And it seemed impossible to mo ways," sighed O'Rourke, "there the touch of her hand. them as above Inddoatedv and him to discover that twin imps, ("Ian Maclaren") openly reproached was never anyone tho like of Danny." Even as he watched, stark night fell, surmise whence, from which ono of all at least, resided in her eyes. And his sermons .when minister of Sefton put in the price and the seal valutt For as many as threo livelong days black as a pocket beneath a porten- the rooms with windows opening upon when his disappointment prevented Park, Liverpool, and found that his you .believe them to havo. Don't this man had been reduced to the ne- tous pall of cloud. . . . Far out that side of tho hotel, had come 'the him from recognizing them, her dawn congregation approved of the prac bother about flQweiry language. What voice of the woman. She might as cessity of dressing himself with his upon tho swelling bosom of tho Meding smile was swiftly erased and her tice. They insisted, however, that the own fair hands and that at least iterranean a cluster of dim lights be- well have been above as below him, ascending eyebrows spoke eloquently repetition should be exact, and were the .buyer wants Is cold facte. "Rza.-so- n why" advertising is what brings thrice dally, who did nothing by trayed a stealthy coasting steamer, or on el tiler side: he could not guess. enough of her haughty displeasure. Impatient of variations. In his "Life" But he was determined. the buyer around. halves. And, somehow, mysteriously, ! of the preacher-novelisSir William Synchronously the lift hesitated at Now thero was benefith his window his discarded garments had for tho that landing and the gate clanged Robertson NIcholl tells how on one ha balcony with a floor of wood and a most part remained whero he had When your feet are wst and cold, Wide; the young woman wound her occasion, after listening to a "repeat e rail of a long balcony, skirt about her and thrown them, despite the earnest efshowed him a ea sermon, in wmen occurred a and your body chilled (through and extending from one corner of the hoforts of the femmo de chambre to resimile of a pool, one of the congrega tel to the other. At Intervals It was back which at any other time would tlon said to Dr. Watson: "Last time through fSrom exposure, take a big store something resembling order from splashed with light from tho windows have evoked his unstinted admiration. you described it as a 'turgid pool,' and dose of Chamberlain's Cough 2temiody, this chaos. For servants gate shot to with a rattle bathe your feot la hot water batons-goinof chambers still occupted by guests Then tho all liked well the O'ltourke, Improviand bong, and the lift dropped out of I was so afraid you were going to use to bad, and you are almost cerbelated or busy, like himself, with tho Bight, dent soul that ho was, freehanded some other adjective, and that would leaving task of dressing for tho evening. Tho' agapo and eyes the man with mouth have spoiled tho whole picture I tain to ward off a sevoro oofld. For to a fault. as wide. M' window to his left was alight; that was so thankful when you sold 'turgid' sale by all druggets. You are invited to picture to your-pe-lf m A beaming but elderly femme de on his right, dark. With half his body agaln." O'Rourko as invariably ho was 41 on tho balcony, his legs dangling with- chambre on duty in the corridor, reIn one of his not Infrequent but ever $50,000 Reward for Detective. in the room, O'Rourko watched tho marking O'Rourke's pause of stupefied transient phases of affluenco: that is, Lo3 Angeles, opening on his left with jealous, Chagrin, hoped and believed he needDae 19. A county Smile Counts, v a very magnificent flguro indeed. breathless expectancy. Not a sound ed her services. She bore down upon Every one likes to see a smiling warrant for $60,000 was drawn Standing a bit over six feet, deep of tohim accordingly. came therefrom. Ho hesitated. face and to smile becomingly one day In ifavor of William J. Buraa.-Thi- s chest and lean of flank, with his long, "M'sleu' Is desirous of?" "If that weren't her room, I'd hear straight legs he looked what he had la the ftnst of the Ho came out of his trance. "Noth must cultivate a cheerful and sympasomebody moving about," he reasoned. thetic condition of mind. The face paid for the s4tune andrewards to be been meant to bo, a man of arms and conviction of frightened she Is not suspect-I- n ing," ne told her with acid brevity. wreathed In smiles Is like a perpetual '"Tis action. His head was shapely, its as 'tis mo. . . . But how do I know "But, yes," he reconsidered with sunshine In a house. It is Irresistible the McNamana brothers. As dark hair curling the least In tho 'tis herself? . . . Faith I could mo haste. "That lady who but this and conquers all hearts. A smiling the county Is concerned, according to world; and, incredibly stained, a transtook tho lift her name?" District Attorney Flroda-rlcksears deceive me?" no Dth- parent brown, his features were lean, ' "Her name, m'sleu'? Ma'm'selle Vol- mouth loses halt its charms If the &K 'rewards twill be paki! With that ho took heart of hope and eyes do not correspond; for the eyes eager, and rendered very attractive broke manfully Into tho chorus, sing- taire." by quick boyish eyes in whoso warm "Impossible!" he told himself aloud, are the windows of the soul, and tho ing directly to tho lighted window, blue-gradepths humor twinkled Finds Bullet is Clothes. utterly unable to forge any connecting smile that lies only about the lips mora often than not, though thoso, O'Rourke Caught his Breath, Stunned. singing tho first lino with ardor and link between soon dies away, leaving an Indifferent Aladlsonville, Ky Dc, the ladyIn the lift and . BsUav- fervor, with confidence and wltttv hope, come eyes were not seldom thought her whoso voice had bewitched him. spirit to survey and chill the world. , . uuiwti im aa osdinre was Cultivate the art of smiling not with lul. a trace wistful, perhaps, with making westward. Nearer, la tho har singing persuasively, pleadingly, anx"But assuredly, m'sleu'. Do I hot your lips, the look of one who recalls dear mem' j bor, a fleet of pleasure craft, riding iously, insistently. but with your eyes. Every lodged to his body an the rneauU of a know I who have waited upon her orles, old friends and sweethearts at anchor on tho still, dark tide, was one can have laughing eyes. They Sunday stent sthoatin, Jamj Guun "For tho worrld Is all befo-or- e us . hand and foot these three days and to 1. 111,. loved and lost Wtf tlA lia.l Vavnala.1 In WUilJ AUUb. nnn. f.1n are not a matter of Inheritance, nor a inesro, made a search mvl found it w. v Mit U tuwutvu nttUlU'UILU begun to Uvo early in llfo and had shapes of gray, all studded with yel- be sang and then paused. Ho heard whom she has not given aa much aa can they' be acquired with the aid of lufete ctoth. It Btruok rib Weir hla that" The woman ticked a finger- the masseuse and the professional much to look back upon, though for' low stars. Ashore, endless festoons of no echo. And again ho essayed, with against nail her strong white beauty specialist, Love is a great heart awl wae dotteoted. cnn wan all that it's doubtful if ho were moro colored lamps draped the gloom of tho that in bis tone to melt a heart' of teem. beaoteig hla wife, and George Adcma, "Ma'm'selle Vlctorine than thirty at tbo tlmo ho became In- .terraces; tho facade of the Casino Ice: transformer. The sternest features ateo ookMMd, she asserted stubbornly, rushed to the ftaoue may be softened, the hardest natures volved in tho fortunes of the Pool stood out lurid against the darkness; O'Rourke fumbled la his pocket and wttto the reeul'taat flat and guntitay. "For the worrld Is all befo-or- e " us humanized by love. of Flame. tbo hotels shone with reflected brllc found a golden piece,, surrennalnn W fcUV Fcr the rest of him, barring the re , 1tnt1io ttiA fHWVU ft tA X 1 iUtJ UW 4W ..W, loomed high upon D.ln.n .1 ll And now he triumphed and was dering it to the 'woman as heedlessly Wins Fight for Life , rractory tie, tho man was strikingly Monaco the penln-we- lifted out of himself with sheer do- - as though it had been aa many cenIt was a loan- - and bloody baMJoion Exoollont Cough Remedy, groomed, whllo bis surroundings, sum, its olovatlons picked out with ugni; ior irom me adjoining room times. "I'll be leaving ae room in five spoke for comfortablo circumstances, lines of soft fire, A good rfld fashioned cough remedy life that men iwaged by Jmmm X. came the nejet line: minutes, now. And do ye, ter the love is made of slipped On the authority of the absent and reBUgAr and flax Mewhoa, of Nwwric, N. J. of mbaon The O'Rourke shook his head, conof Heaven, me dear, try to sot me seed, gretted Danny, who had long served demning It all. "'Tis beautiful," ho soak a sin of wheleflaxseed la a be iwrttwo: "I bad loot tnueb blood- "And landladies ado-or- e things the least' trifle to rights. Will betting water. In another from lung batnorriweHe, the O'Rourke in tho intimate capact-- , said; "faith; yes I 'Us all of that But ye now, like the boot little girl in half plat of,on and Haewestt, Unable to contain himself, he J dish put s J ties of of Woken bits of slipconfidant .and' I'm thinking 'tis too beautiful tp be the world?" chimed in, and in duet they sang it pery elm and cover thla with boiling 'weak and rwndctw. Fjon ettthHj ntuwfejr chancellor of tbo exchequer (this last good (or ono like soma women I've The boot little girl w the world, water. Let them, stand pw uuwto o wane. iMem wiWawxtii' of course, whenever there bappenod known in mo time. 'Tla not good lor out to the rousing finale: for throe hours, who was lerty-flvif a day, promised then' strain them separately through a to be any exchequer to require a chan. Terence that's sure; 'tis the "They ne'er sea-or-e mlraoteo with a boo of ' a eonrtosy; tain cotton eleta into a' pan us. r mo, to Dr, & pm ' anyone at. all, O'Rourke that's going stale and soft But ohalk usrayfute to csllor), there containing we up wld joy But so disgruntled was O'Rourke that a pound and a half of granulato spend money or wear, with all this easy living. who oeuld wi sugar, Dtooavwy. ,Bwt k ho ioitmod Me We taste her tap, we tear her cap ha ahwt.Ua door in her faee,, cfothee like himself, meaning the mas- ,that has more than many another to 'O, that's the ohap Hwooso out all tho moor noootolo and THMr. m, w uoititT a so. -, "Tin moaolf .that's 'the fool", no Ur tato tbo atwar until, all la moUod. obiiu." -- MKiav., .' cries nv. i .aa?' ter. And at this time O'Rourke was Hive for and hope for and strive fori For 'WhJrooI she m nil, omen- - jsj-- ; w j. , "to tWak for a New ostensibly in funds and consequently1 . . . And I'm lingering here in the Isn't be the darHat, the benla selotef eaU savagely .tt ton to .oa4y. nato ooomte, sfetbani mnk ttmmAW bu;it wesson flat over : agate I'll set mo , beyl' " (as, the saying runs) cutting a wide! jvery lap of luxury stuffing meself with li4 f mmm mmmamtuI jtmah- tm eye on fcor'yty faoa Oo4 Wees it, swath. Heaven and himself paly knew! jare food, befuddling saeaelf, wtta As the last note rang out and dies', wherever she may bo . , , Per tHoA turn oU iajo a woH too limits of his resources; but bis rarer wines me teat Has feugnt a nan afcewM I aeaerr to I, tho (M onftnW maaaer a M momc sat Minna aosnii.'C faneo. P" - ' - m.UM.1 "- - 7r'-- ; " , r adveMwecr AU HPA .LJImaWmiUl. julf ar nmmrmtrmm m T"1 -. .A high-hande- d too-clostoo-soli- d 2IW' lf CHAPTER iOUJSIOSBPH IPj' ggry- I of thM on notlriav aa a muddy wirier! rtoMBf bm If there wm no out t M, tkrowtftir it away In aeaadakHM ttpa 10m any drunken sailor! AKd all tor the want satisfaction of braving Mho a feat of an Irishman. , , Tto stofewiHig disgusting; naught 1m. . .. I'm thinking this night ends it, though; come the morning III bepnlHo- - up stakes and striking out lor a heaWbier, simpler place, where there's something afoot a man ess take aa interest in without losing his sefcreepeot ,. , . I'll do Just that, I Willi" This he meant, firmly, and wm glad of It, with a heart Immeasurably lightened by the strength of 'his good resolution. Ho began to hum the old tune thai the unknown woman's" voice had set buzslng in his brain, and broke off to snap his fingers defiant ly at the Casino. "That for ye!" he flouted it "sitting there with your painted smile and your cold eyes, like the brazen huzzy ye are Goddess of Chance, Indeed! thinking ye have but to bide your time for all men to come and render up their souls to yo! Here's once ye lose, madam; after this night I'm done with ye; not a sou of mlno will ever again cross your' tables. I'll have yo to understand tho O'Rourko's a reformed character from the morning on!" Ho laughed softly, in high feather with and, thinking cheerfully of tho days of movement and chango that wero to follow, the song in his heart shaped Itself In words upon his lips. Ho board a faint raoUoof'pWwi mine. "Tla horaotf," fee oalMfti la and an agony of aatMpatkMt-Mf- Mlf And I'm tMnMag she'll Mono Other! bo coming to the window now" He was riant. Abruptly ho dlooov-oro-d her by the reflected glow from the ilramlaatlon hohlnd him. He was conscious of the pallid oval of her face, of a sleek white shorn of arms and shoulders, of a dark roaos of hair, but wore than all else of the glamour of eyes that shone into his softly, like limpid pools of darkness touched ' by dim starlight Inflamed, he leaned toward her. "WhUf AarUBrV ha Mnaarsil "Whist! 'Tie myself 'tis Terence " But she was gone. A low, stifled laugh was all his answer that and the silken whisper of her skirts as she scurried from the window. He flushed crimson, waited an Instant, then flung discretion to the winds, and found himself scrambling out upon the balcony. Heaven only knows to what lengths the man would have gone had not the Blam of a door brought him up standing; she had left her rooml So she thought to escape him so easily! He swore between his teeth with excitement and tumbled back whence he had come. Regardless of tho .fact that he was still in his shirtsleeves he rushed madly for the door. On the way a shooting-jacke- t on the door, perhaps in revenge for neglect and maliciously wound It- - (T i i i , usrrs cOKTRisimoK to wfr Writer In etnr' Mafotlne Do. etaret It to Be tho Extomooro Element In Mnole. n (BY A WnrettOIAJO. Oensrnny noaMiajr owmur a statteum-poltswjt of That is to say,, Jt it Hssswly a yiautn of fcrou. bJo, s Z TPl player of blood,, a genuine Hungarian-Austriacosmopolite, taught mwele a new oharm, the charm of tho unexpected.! of the improvised, Tho freedom of Beethoven In his later works and in all hla music became tho principal factor in the stylo of Liszt. Music must havo tho shape of an Improvisation'. In the Hungarian rhapsodies, tne majority of which begin la a mosque and always end la a tavern, are the extremes of his system. Ills orchestral and vocal works, the'two symphonies, the masses and oratorios and symphonic poems, are full ofdlgnlty, poetic feeling, religious splrlt,and a, largeness of accent and manner. Yet1 the, gypsy glance and gypsy voicei lurk behind many a pious or pompous bar. Apart from his Invention of a new form or, rather, the condensation and revlsal of an old ono the symphonic poem, Liszt's greatest con- -' trlbutlon to art is tho wild, truant, rhapsodical extempore element he in-- j fused Into modern muslo; Nature la( her most untrammeled mods he Interpreted with fidelity. But the drummers in tho line of moral gasoline who contrblled criticism in Germany refused to see Liszt except as an a perverier of art virtuoso Scribner's. Thla wandering piano adt in An nvertu Head, iMoro eham Aft in s eh &bUo two-third- in ro 4ae to Mesne tbo ouomoch or bawwhi. ottH of tfaoto mo Am to ooeotlpa. (ton, oorno to noane to aioobol flwry many ooroo to aervoua dforaneomoat of tokm mtomaoh,. T.h only ouro for thorn As thai whkla euros oho e3glniai onmibki Don't m4ce ideadoiORo pomnaem. Take rather,, aoawthlii to rooVsve your tenet, and wt teas or dnlnk lens. For the hdaohw monety aig. nAftas iOft you have been poisoned by matenkl Ahat your etonaehjirer and bowiek (haven't JnxMi'aiMe to cope with and eUmin&tie. You howe cfeofoal ji0ur taedMne of an armftleln over-ontin- s, i ... ex-pia- enter-talnmo- free-lanc- - dr ds ut A con-vlno- js f- ,t be t, lron-flllgre- man-mad- e mo-me- nt fr , m y . -l, - Vol-talre- ." ten-fran- us" i, body-servan- t, -- y. e was-seve- ... w - mi'l Lt. .nr J .jj lyttOrt.t, Wil;.rtMW C wr ii men-mo- m Te ho IX ,1- -1 kti.ia.ii 4'. i ln' .v. ., fc- - a If tfan I UK T If AK AROUWD TOWX ; : mere i ftftmely. m atL tte an tor warning mjrnkh.n ml tertmtmfk i bJlMt of wfctti. appW to Motor pfiwarofu M prfciea t&anam. FttETIAK B THE REAL RHW1 Me had ,. jtfpawe of' having Dr. Powell jitwieh Jtlfetfe itaaorial Church, Owwrtoro Mfe Dewier is a learned gmHwm, mH (Mivenas splad4d. aarraoae, but Wt.eaanoi exactly agree wKh hm ap art Ms vJyv. of Chrtff'jten goteua. ,w lt wday evening pouter bwyfe' fix (ho It Sends Away Anerican Money tw and the liar who and betrayed the people prka tfate. A very huge pw oett. of couatoy buitwr jmnkw ' whriahe?How still he is in his eol'- to Fay for Goods Made tude, which may maa either a retretl th wbo used to bm better butr tfea Va fend fcuaw va tfent raHnoad-tmBshc- r, aaas, immI poultry. ftfc local 'ancMftsr cur Jor ,Jt our will7 Is oil cluwper? Js eteel obiape?? w-A higher? Ltjt ttwujahi'jful rea:r ihdk Hr.Ee (hinwa oVcsr for Wflwjlf and then fc him iwawv.v. Ad ihri Muck-rake- r, the truaHbu' patent-medicis te CASTORIA IiTif!lTrTl!Vfl For Infants and Children. A mim jAfcK trl an get more by eofiwtshlp Woutipg attar marnlase. than she pouting can by Chrftfcmas tapojilapt awiang early. po jour it fleered at, ,i Ptett:f.B at comes toChrilaiimaiB gifts, $4 a Back are not to bo i iHarttond College will cloae .today tor fchp holidays, which will laqt one The .boys aro all in from school. Now, lookout for mince nvat and pumpkin pies. I If you don't get .what you "want this Christmas, remember there ore . , Li c qthers coming. .he fi 'We have otoin noticed that many men connected with Dffice iwork with tic railroads ana often, about tho gruffest and set of people going. RecunrJijr we were talking about this to a ailroad agect, who had bean In thetocr-vic- e for 18 years. Ho Wild when he went to work lor tho railroad he thought he had tobi grum and bout to hold his Job, as other om(ployeiea were that way- - However, he Boon found out it did not pay ami today ha Is on of the masttppju.'.ar employees la Ww bervia Df tho L. & N. and hie friends are aumbeiied by tho buandnods. Hawov-w- , jdo noft misunderstand us to say- - that aU railroad clerks ondagenils are noit cftfllg- lag, Xor at every olfiao In Ohio poua-t- y they are courteous as can he, and have to contend wiWfli many n whimi ctf enrno poor fcilow, mjho fcrtes to aee how much unnieooeEisQTjr trouble can causa the agent. -r- for recreation, will pursue htm wltli Tae "eendteg a;way'' proos vi seems to t&eir axes, harchea and crowlbars this country i no othcause supremo delight la Unit minds of for which they find thiey eta'jesrciein. er or better use. the Underwood cte.?s of Out with the liarl In with Truth TaUc about Protection being rpbb.Hry WookOy. The oppoilba is jtruu. And yet tho Un and Prosperity ! derwoocte would rcib this councy of every dollar tovtbid In the sched- A laboring Man's Reply to Dr. Powell. ule K goods which 'the pdCfple buy for hdr own use and comfoot Tho" (loulsviille Herald) some in rogaird to every o'her Editor Tho Herald: Bcbddule in the Tariff, heor In Dr. E. L. Powell's Church, on Work will Soon Start policy Is one that would ruin the Sunday aight, Dec 10, ho Booms to After yorii take Dr. King's Now Life manufacturing industries of their locum labor under tho Impression thatashis Pills, and, you'll quickly enjoy jtjhefcr try and throw out of amfployant.int subject, "The McNamara Brotherd Mao results. Concipatloa and the more f.han C,615,000 wage rturmors. and tho Goldon Rule," had been an Tarnish, and floe oppjUite reIf the men who advecata (the itranefer nounced some few dajs previous Abo turns. Thty regulate ajomaeh, Uver of to audience should ha-the industries of thiscouatry contained more and bowvjte and Impart nrw strength Europa would transfer themstives laboring mien. and energy to Ibe whole ayatiem. It would be a good riddance. In our observation, ,wo have noticed Try thum. Only 2Gc at . all The idaa of these mien is to lit tho that usually, when a. minteir choosiji m Industries and their mplcy.&sgo on his subj.ot outdde the pagio of Holy America 100 Years Ago. , the idl3 list in order that prices may Writ, he malaes a miljqtake, unless he These intieiri6.Ung faSxts of long ago be lowier. But what, aasurana? have Is thoroughly conversant with nil of have been cailoot'ed and roe wor,tihy thy ithat cheipcir made goads, the out the angles in the caseHe says, "The thing that turns tho of perusal, esiKciolly by people who put of European mills, would be sold oh.aper here when our mills are balance is the cursed love of gain' sigh tor the "good Did Ume." Every genitlaman wore a queme and closed? None at all. ,AU past exper my rights, my monjy, otc." That is ience shows that pnlaes would go sky all the union man asks, "My rights, powdered his hair. ward Instead of downward. my money." A semtkanan bowdns'to a lady It was so when we had to pay $100 He asks It with his book ngatost to $170 for aooel rails while tlhty weru the door that ehelthira his lovodones. AM the population pf a village ason the free list. But whin, a TodCf He asks it that they may bavo betsembled at ithje Inn en "post day" to was levied on them and under this Tar- ter and more nourishing food. He asks hear the news. iff mills raiem-- built and the ratts wajvj it that they may have a better Tfao church collection was takiem in prions manufactured and sold bene and a chance to live a ibag nit the end of a pole fttth a dropped to $20 per ton, and have nevbell attached to anoua9r Bleepy coner sold above $32 'even wh:n the He asks it that they may have bet tributors. mills wore crowded with orders and a ter medical ntton ion that Imprisaramenit for dMbt .was n, ooinv htsn-Ys PVeo-Tlrad- ix Pro-teoti- ve kwli-geaUe basa "worked" In The TarHf'toad ate Jwd in deal at all. Swcicvly a citation .cms. be mMo wbpe hogs wid cattJie or tkvMed nwdta have bea imported ki'.o (Ms ootinlry from foriegn oounitrles. Th trB4 ha4, imst'ced, been the cMher 19 a grountfles othw way. Frae-Trad- o atuWfytog and. faLte pcikJcal oaHipaJgn cry. It te puzzling That th soKwJtal "iooUisenod" of the Ama'lcaa pdole has noft ere this (Hsicovjnyd tho fakdty of to tfee Mm ortteMnuriwThftVg By Foreigiers. wmry trust tbt or an ambusiht Tho iimtj ia raipidly approaciteg .whenca army of workrrs all out of work, w&h pVniiy M lime The Kind You Have P'1 ALCOHOL l'',?TT7!nnni Always Bought a 3 PER fiPVT AVcgclabteRtpgrallonBrAs-slrailailngilieFbedantlRrtul- ting Ute S tomechs andllovus cf Bears the Signature M tj fl' PromofcsDigcslionflitfrfur ncss and ResLContalns ncitlur of OpiuTwIorphlnc norMincraL' AJir- y In NOT NARCOTIC. AcyttfofdasQEHimm MiSama IhraSttd' IHmSerJ' Ayr Aperfect Remedy foTCtmsflffrj iion.oouraioiULiai.uidiinjia worras.ComuIsKms.mxnsn-ness am Use For Over drug-gls'j- s. aniLoss OFSleep. JacSimile Signature of - 1 NEW YORK. luaranteed undcrthe towjnji Exact Copy of Wrapper. THE CINTAUAOOMHfrr, MCW TON OITT. udu-catl- ndgh-pit- ad mon ipraotloe. i . Thesre was Duly one hat factory, and Khat made cocked hats. Virginia comtdaned a fiftih pf tho whole population of the counitry.. Two Btage aoaches bore all the trav el 'betiwean Xmw Vonk. The ailss!isalinpi Valfey wias not so w.U knowa as the heart of, farlca ds now. Hartford has two real d Lw? !4l I'" m m HP BHpc4X f Jj Tj Blh and whisky. i There was nojt a public library in Agent, Mlsehke and AisBiettant, Bar- the United. StatRB. nard, ore bavtoff troubJits erf pbedr Books iwiane very exRengJve. "Tha own these days with the lpmge In- Uves at the Pjom's1' coat $15. crease of express and freight. Twenty, days wene requined tor a letter to go from Nw York to Charour office, over thediask, you la leston by land. " will And this motto, ".There fcs to A day laborer nejceiTed tmp s much bad In the bftt of ua, mad so a day, much good da the worst otf ua, tihtt gaUciptd pa a who It "hardly ibehoaras amy of ua, to A horauman city street was fined four sh&Uinsai talk about ithe rest at us." Cnaakory plaib;s .wero obJjt)ed to iThis weik we itake ttao by the because thiry dulled the kmives. fonelock and print (the foUowteig miles A man who Je:m:id ait the preacher for a young wife, for next imaek w or cri.tlcfeed the sanmoa was fin.KL, might not to (ho Dourass (p dare Dry igooids . iwere deslsneftieid as to do it. Thtiy follow :i "aian's stuff" or "woman's Mtiufit" RUIuES FOR A YOUMG WIFE. Stovea wane unknown. All cooklrig Kqrer fjorg:t that you are thawlta was done before an opan fiaieplace. of a man and not Of a superior being Six days wene, wequlncd for a Jour it will make you undfjrgtamdl htewvUk-aeaso- ney baiwiaea New York and Eosftonv Alany of the Htnaefts were not namDo not ask your husjband tor money ed and the houses vre nqt nunnber-stoo often. The parquot of the If you diisooviar your husband has theater was nather able hiriant rumember oilaatibait called .the pit, and was tilled with the 'he has on appetite, if you wdll at- rable. The iwhipptog post and pUlory were tend to the latter ypu will soon win sMll B'andlng in New York antd Bosover 'tine lormer i ton. Flromtimo to time, but not, Thneo-foutftallow your of tho books in every husband to mt!il please library came from bsyond the A'&n-ti- c. have .tho last nd; tt ' him and wdU do no harm. A New England girl tvws not alRead tho, whole of your newsipajw and not only the sensational, ni:iws lowed ito majnry unftU he could take, and your husband will enjoy discuss- a. loaf of .briead and cut it in smooth, ing the events of tho day and pontics oven siloes while It was H'JJl warm. When a man had enough tea he with you. beware ,of hurting your husband' placed his spoon across bis cup to Indicate that he waatdd no (more. feelings, ansa if he Id sulMog. Danes la Phllad&lphta were given From tonw to time pay hAm a own. by celling him that he te the aviy two (weeks, but young 18 wore nicest and most aittendlvo erf manntad under 20 and girls under men, and at tiho same time make htm not admi'Jtited. un&cffHtand that you, too, have, your When you have a cold get a botjtle taullts. of Chanihfjjaln's Cough Rtmuedy. t It U your hueband te clever and ac- will soon fix you up all right wad tive 'he a qood comrado to fcdra; irf he, ,will ward oft any tseudenqy totwtwrd ie Bouuawtat heavy be his flcd and pneumonca. TtbJe rotnedy oomtaiiw no I bouneelor. opium or otheo- - caroqtic and may be btodj as confldB4Jy to a baby as to A False Political Campaign Cry. an adult. Sold by all drugglste. ta of the Frex-Ttz- ufa Political Tkis Paper Will Help You. tarty continue to coni'BDd that What would Iba ithousbt of a (public Utjbf.v tc&t. of Jiving Ut out? to the (s no oMioJal iwbo did not ncod Tariff. , bhe Ppateo'Jveoof tea. yetThere is as Sn-- the eitiUotps of hiknIto iHirv?e cofAm ant ve'iua-btProtottoa on iwiaSaw. as to Ikw &m may ngdijc high, m ia CJwil War Day; itmrn U coat to Mgk- so intateatfon pa wl to vlr- fata w-- c He is eUstod 'ito tor tea cr tba H i tuaHy mo Piwteotkw; on. mwht, .btt,k 4 tiuipjmcm&p lja woicm of pubUe. , miaad; 4be ftaattiettoa oa, !;,- wts no tf&uw at aM it) Atu iW'U Tk cdsr l a twlp to .oyvsy alma. tm imtkti, tot ih alear wm Miait U Tftw worMWRwaa tmv lnd tihmught H, a aMncB U tim. ? M)kr hia tiUw'Aoib It S vwfir BeUom. I ywnrrr k an jnilwnblo UL to tho incwa.wlw niMiir a iwnw i l ( la ttJr houphti ProtMMw oa psuM-pul- ) Thorn N' npi IK PPMi yt to mm nor m b er 'TwtaaWL wim day to jlfat Mi Ms? iM-- w mo , tew aa tw to nyiPp. Hid j A HMH 10 WiPlly iiPWHWl i Eihill-lngB. d. tly, hs com-pHmc- nt bsll-rinsM- rs T Colonels, Ool. T. J. Snuith H. P. Taylor. Quinine "was unknown. W'lhen a (man Kkm'tucky end Col. had ague fits he took Peruvian bark higher pries owuld have been favorabl considered by purchasers. Tin Plate Is another Instance. When thioJJ were not made here we sent $3,000,000 annually to Cirjat Britain fcr the product of the mills there and ithe average price owr box was $181.. Now undar Proti.otionme make cur own plate and the average price for several years has (been 41.30 l:es .per box, tho consumption as 100 per cent, greater now than It was th.n. But this is not all. The mill men have a profitable iavKl!minit In their plants after paying more than $20,000K)0 annually to wage canners.. Stmllar resul's follow in all tha Pjptiewted Industries ,and jwt ciery time a new industry is cjsl hej'o the Free-Trad- e skeleton rtsnisi in Its coffin and throws a fit oh'-tolic- OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Republican and Louisville Herald The Republican and Courier-Journal surgical operations may be poii'formed on his invalid children; that his careworn wife may again look young and happy. The capitalist ask it that be may have more automobiles and mona trips to Europe. He asks It that he may bribe .bodies to ido his bid lag. He as,ks it that he may marry his daughter to some iwonthlces foreign nchloman and divorce' fcfs pwn wife for an "affinity." To which class of, peoplo will it do the most good? Capital is studying to .find dt iThie Golden Rulebut I am not eure that labor is," said Dr. g $1.35 1.50 1.75 1.25 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis The Republican The Republican The Republican The .republican The Republican The Republican The Republican The Republican The Republican and Globe-Democr- at and Home and Farm PowelL, Children Cry CASTOR BALD KNOB. FOR FLETCHER'S A Eome ,warm Dec. 12, What ia lookinig better now on osccumt of itho weather. Utfla Mrs. B. B. Wi'Jliams and daughters, LilUlan, Jlayibia and Samh Ellz&bqth, fpferit Sunday with Mrs. C. W. Wallace.. Jlr. Frank Crawford and Mr- - F. Vandamark, of South Dakota, were at Jit. Plrasant Sunday. Mr. Frank fenawfond has returned to his home near Mjt PlJasant-Mr- s. Altha Sinillh and llttflta daugh- er, iMatrle, spot nght and Sunday wii'Ji her parenl'js, Jlr. and Mrs. J. W. Loach. Mr. E. P. Sandemfiur dined at Mr. L. D. Taylor's Sunday. There wMl be a Xmas tros at Mt. Pleasant school house Christmas day la the afternoon. Merry Qhrlatniois and a happy New Year to all. In other words, Capital wishes to be labor's1 probsctorj Mark (this prophecy: .whenever ths cat is placed in the pantry to wofcclci the mice; whenever hie toi leows his gloomy hidung place to protect the eagle; whenever the fox is station protect ed da the poultry yard to chickens then and nqt until then' will Capital .project Labor. goes Dr. Powell says his "hfart out to the laboring man as he strikes blindly at pome foe that has not as sumed oonorete form enough for him to haow what or wihene it 4s." Other men, and women ,1 00 have struck out bllndiy wilitjhout a thorough understanding of their foe. On aa autumnal day in 18S9, John Brown "struck blindly" at Hanper's Ferry; Charlotite Oordey "struck blindly" wh;n she burkid a dagger in the heart of oao of the greatest vllicans that ewr lived; Joan of Arc "struck blindly" whlen she causfcd an invading army to be driven from the fihonosot h.r be'ovkd Franco. John BiToiwn 3.25 and Louisville Daily Herald 3.25 and JJauy uwenBooro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 and 1.75 and Kentucky Farmer and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.50 and Cincinnati AYeekly Enquirer and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.25 Twice-a-Wee- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. for Kenitaickians to break classes Monday and T.uorday. Miss Elizabeth Moore has been out haMt of cZeaane his pipipo- a nent, Uudse O'Rear, in th platform of school oa account otf lUni&sa. This wek clftits the fourth month which he forced his pasTy to adept and and tr'sts iwill be heM. in all dqport-meatf- l. 'y on which ha made a gallant acd is imposriibla llfw&imie vlr-tual- a slngle-handie-d. ttghUms Cono ws hangksl; Chanlotitja y; ttr mr it to ' i" ftwa W te'ftiwai TffL W ti X f w1." im Corday was guUotlned; Jean of Arc was burned at the slake. Time with her soloing influences lot made them neairnmiartyrs. Porhars the may A Lifetime Trouble. do as much for tha fainaiilcally crimiIngram, Texas "Ever tdnce I benal who s1 mikes blindly in an univiro M. effort to ih.aitfJt liaibor. God know came a woman," writes Mrti. E. ArgyJe, Mich. Mrs. Wm. H. Carson Evans, of this place. "I suffered from in a letter from Argyle, says; "I was Sd'ah. O. F. REYNOLDS, Laulwillo. womanly trouble. Lntt fail, It got almost (wild with pain ia my head, an Ky. so bad, I had to stay in bod for nearother severe pains from womanly trou ly a week every month. Since taking Blind Dizzy Spells. bice. After using Cardul, 1 obtained Wilmington, N. C Mrs. 0rn L. Cardul, I feel bettor than I have for great reMof. Further use of Cardul Rttiter, writes from this place: "I years." You can rely on Cardul. Preraised mo from my bed of agony. Carpared especially for women, it relieves dul saved my life when nothing used to have blind dizzy cpolls, and womanly pain, by acting on the cause weak cold spells went all over mo. elee would help me". Whether seand builds up womanly strength wiher riously sick, or simply ailing, take Different doctors could not toll me It is most needed. Purely vegetable. what was wrong. After taking oardu 1 reOardul, the woman's tonic Mild, but contain In action. Try It. lieves pain, regulates Irrogularitlos, I am all right and In better health At your druggists. 1 years.'' Cardul Is a remebuilds weak, nervous woman back to than for 10 health. Ask your druggist about dy for women which has been used by women for nearly a lifetime. It 4 It FOR FLETCHER'S prevents the unnecessary pains of feI male troubles, such as headache, backOut with a Liarl ings, etc. Try it Hartford College Notes. Half thr3 factories of the land rjo running cm part ttai. and over 100,-0oity, condueitod Deo-tlonReiv. Jcni-r- , Judge O'Rear. ra4hy efliploycica baive bo-- n laid exerctots Monday morctag and Juttea Edward C, 0'Kar, In hfo off within a year. The Jnuck-rake- rs gavs a good 'a'le en ObodceaoeM from (hu aeeiia'w hjntii to ae ia gle?. U to thfedr hour Pf The pupils of Fourth Grndu under num the pnactlcj of ta.wJlaUw l'iUi MIsj Oltaa.will taMitaln PrWoy miarn Bntd Ijlw Plnr Ing. Dec. 22, at Chajiel, with appro-pa'at- e But hw happened to pidck. of him U)a aoa,-- t doBWJtCe HtwVw? JIavo tiuy Botie ojtm xsd wUl of kU a Chrhitmas ciwncl2fj3. without nogard to inanty. In and down? Net wueb, wth acfflo ait of the echuol are cordiill It long hoflcrod li&CiatTy, nwoM imi, auiiar Whf tha tin ally 1m Hea to ln ivrVjajmV wro Cou-ij- t of Ain.al iuut awfito'jiul few Chrlttmaa Ilolldajs extend train a .domwuto stows d',aMa thaa 1 mm of mare 41stlsw'sfc,d aWWty. De:, 22 to, Jan. l; ba itoty (ws tateen aff tidu b?fe Ih. y nona with a higher W.?l or judxiul tMmtajft Uto TtMM Makaw mid Normal werk" tK&u'JaH. 8, 1012. 'm woaW k New JaiJr,fiwa, iHaay-tM- K efeHU. wiN be, brsaniBd lc High far cto Govanaor-sM- p Sokool .weak alio. " ftnyw (Uwa it vw bccm Taoaah aynNMaaTcif Urtti0inu wfthin MJm Wary ,FV.1Ux w'.t to LoufevMle ' E-2E-2- tlie State1 good service. The measuires ho advocatid are, in tho maln,nv?as-urw- s that must .be made into law if popu'ar government Is to be radtored; In Kentucky. That bah pantifB, iuj so far as thtir plai'fonns are Mnd&ng obligations, ore oommittMl to their enactai'nt Js in material part due to Judge O'Rear. The Times wishes for htm a full meosuie of success and a oon'tnuod opportunity for tho a.rvice of good citizenship. LoudsvU'e Ttowi Andy Elder, OaiiVsitown; Misses Margaret CoVman, Paradilaa; Mary Elliott, Bu'ler couny; FiMdia Foster, No Creek; will spend the Chrisimas Holidays at their homiis. Ned Woodman's Lecture imoved to ba a pleaciag number Tuoadny wienlng His .wit, humor and orlgiral verses were much enjoyed by bis hearers. rS.0 Pain Pill Tahe One then Take It Easy Rx Mi To eat the best of Backache Get a Box of Anti-Pai- n Chliarn cry Dr. Miles' Pills E-2- 3. C A STOR A Otherwise Backache May set the boat of you Nothing disturbs the human system more than pain whether it be in the form of headache,, backache, neuralgia, stomachache or the pains peculiar to women. Pills arc a Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n standard remedy for pain, and are praised by a great army- of men and women who have used them for years. - 00 al h, vat T'ar.-n,'j- U-- 3 ad 1 Mi' , cla. "A friend was down with LaGrippe and nearly crated with awful backache. 1 cave her one Pill aad left another for her to take. They helped her right away, and he ,sajr. the will ever be without taeca aeaia." Mrs. G. H. Wna, AoMtaburei O. At all druMltt M deM M cent. MILES MEDICAL, CO., fn Anti-Pgia Ehrt, jd paJuf Ma, mn Mfr tti It SuBday ad'.was .)&. trim her --- Ji SBfffCT f.ijunjfla Hartford Republican. K., miM aMiMvr a Tfe kt M th mined C IT .1 acd thy hm4lie of tiw ape Cofonute StatiM. dU a dottar Tartf wt a Lca iwtlrlto mata M g.n at a profit en the minkmmta M a MtU ef to HflrtiM aH eeawmatcoMoina RMkm Of R Ba DB. & p0WA Of 8U- kt lrl.ta ,whodo0 not itAvnain nod ha Hartlord ReBaWlean. It is dtsCMwu-- on h term1 to do dous aot rfl as great a erMitt-- . aar, itho aaovo or a paekspe of twaer r grtater ail, or fes ef t buieh-erta- g Bid ye MMl no on abrouah oknoat MM wfeuio vr Eop to ooneadar hj a;3BX.3BZ3COXT3B. riMrfeg the ameM cost of Ute adwxtiitimflA opni- of the mftt Mipt gov- Ht bckais I H,biJl.l... 40. Mat of noo.iwapa. SI wter,Rd then neHort ff cowhtot- .11. efnra:jnt Mucvfe rovf.mi& and the am-aw- of pnw.Tvkig totos'.pre to come kkb pared to (Ab XevMrfe- - 3l-vr.- . mat ter sum km cy ondlaary bwt'mcrs aod thn il H. So Mr a Uw wnrp.-lflgur3 out howeasr Ot k for FRIDAY, DBOEMBER 29. prc.8 are caniirollad ly bnists, ftfid for AMspurpo:) thoy ne to a'kwga teU Vt oould Pork te baci'aadapted pjrs.o&ge of who advertises to sell Ms Wftna toth.) boaue euoh large pubKc at a gn.at mring oonMdriing bediane jut as wM under H Gov. &kOrecy keeps an bedfeposfod of in Muj inoreaaed Ajmaii-d- (hat tte adi. as prptoo'aioo. It is a good deel bet the canoMs oan Kentucky rwdN members, in create for the adven is- d Mi'i'cJi s, poAng 'Mie Oftucaas can be dtapamd of ber o toaip our niMvufaq'Xirfcfl .tw the land of CcJorotAs, some mob. way. Th haras, shouKl.-r- s Patronize the nun wjho adrvorlti&li, and aU our people employud tton to that havo the Esnell raducticn in prtap. and s4de of bacon oan aU be cur?d first, laat.and aJw36B. The ProSbrton!fte otedmud poor that a neduciticii hi duUra ralrfiA bring for suuuner me in a piokla, Sfod then filled the whiskey license smoked, and,tftf properly dome, will Sheriff's Sale us PTP- houses. And t&wy gave By virtue of EecuUon No. 3S3 direct furnish a .wry good product tihe A S. of E. Notice. hibKfcm and Bffd now fflKng If aalt alone is used for bntoa,tli.ru ed to me,which issued from theCterke s of the account on All JotnlB of (tins American Scici.fy Is lUkely n to be a little dlssfppoictnvjint offios of the Ohio Circuut Count, blind tiger boose. .The YdSqw jaioket. of Equity aro nipliisiKd to bB l'ell on the' pant of the housowMe, because favor of Luthor Colon against D. S. iKpreeemfiEd, la the County Union to the meat may come out dryi and hard. Rhoadsor the eum ot ?4G.00,wlth inThe editor of the ilounftato Echo be hold Jairn. C and 6, 1912. Now is This oan be remedied by using eug&r lueeausj terest from Sept 1. 1909, and $6.33 is bavin "brain storms" the Wme to strike, eo let us bs ready the voters oX Mb diptittat have and bgin Uie first of the year. Much In the briaoTprcfarflibAy brown sugar. cost, credited by $2.50 Sept. 1 1910. ttnundeSW." In order to rj ain a natural rich toU I. or one of mv denudes, will, on "sleeted to Congnnsa a expected to bo atitsnded or knnvat a small amount of saltp.-tethat 4a nothing business is Monday the first day of January 1912, Cheer up brother, to at this Bk.sejon. can be added. unusual dowm in (this B.idian of the at 1 o'clock p. m at tho Count House L. B. TIGHENOR, Pres. A aara-- tjarthen Jar is the best ves door in Hartford, Ohio County, KenS'ata Gireeu Rlvor Republican. HENRY M. 1URTLE, Sjc'y sel for, thy p'xklJng of nUt, buit tucky, expose to public sale, to the The year 1911 haa noSbom fraught an ordinary barrel, if It be deenvJll highest bidder, the following property Resolutions of Respect. with much prosperity, witfli libs exanswroior tho purpose. To make the (or so much theruot as may bo no- Camp No. 214, W. O. W., Horse Elm dud ception oX better crops, which Urine, take ifehit pounds of saltour osssary to satisfy Plartn-iifrdjbt, innot eat to market 4a time to hcp un- Branch, Ky. pounds of brown sugar and two Dun terest and cost,) (wis Wiheras, Gcd In his infiniite Pnobinata til tine last Xew wierias. ces of 6altiPG-efor every 100 pounds A tract of land lying In Ohio coundom haasa.iutit to call from 'our Ibrigbrtiar. lor 1912 one vary much cf nwiit. DIssolvie these in one, gallon ty, Kentucky, bounded as fallows: With another good crop of corn, and mldsit to His ovwrlastilnig horns a'bwe, oX watex, and than mix iwlth three On the North by the lands of Chain back our bxdovwd Sovereign John F. Alford more gallons ofluke warm water. The Maxey; on the East by the Hartford Obacco Ohio county will g& la ithe right column and on the pros- who dijpaiitied this life Dae. 3, 3911. allo(v and Beaver Dam pike; on the South brine should too bailied and ih-eThsrtffone be it resolvitid, that in id to coo), perous elds. on if us.d in the Bummer by the lands oX J. B. Sanderfur; tii'e death of Sovereign Alford Elm .The newly elastol CommlBsiomeir ot Camp (has lodt onie oX her beat and time. B? fiure to have all (he ani the West .by tha lands of Elijah Renmal out of m:at befora pu'atiing der. Levied upon as the property of AgriculUine, J. W. NewmannnouncxB truest mamlbcxs, chs commiunity an that ho Will take the State Farmlers, honorable and upright alSizen, and Into brin?, o'.ih'.irnJEe meat is mine to D. S. Rhoads. it his family a devcijuil husband and apoll. AUqw the mealt to remain In Terms: Sale will be made on a InsUute out of politics, and run the brdnle from Uvo to six weeks. Re- credit otf C months, bond with apstrictly in the interest oX the EMrno-crat- father move the mtai and smoke ov-oa proved security required, hearing paTty- - It is utteity Jnnpoaaib'e JlciEoljvtid, TCiatr Elm Damp extend smolderims fire. Ssimie brands of con at the rate of 6 per cent, per for John Nictwman to bo our e'moerie sympatihy to the bsnjaived densed smoke will answor the purpose annum from day of Kilo, ftnd having IX hccould have hds way oil Itpmbll-can- s family, nejatlvts and friends oX Bay. To insune keeping Eonoked meat in the Xorco and effect oX a replevin would be required to leave the Alford, commanding them far laattog summer It should be whrappyd in pap bond. State, s.ay at horns on eko'don. day comfort to the Gracious Creator or vote und;-- r the rooster. This is oX the gndalt aaid only comforaboe or burlap and hung in a dry p'ave Witness my hand, this 12th day where files cannot reach It Some oX Decemb.o1911. the same Niomiman of "whonn Luicdan That a pass of our repack such meat after .wrapping T. H. BLACK, S. O. C. BdCka-efcaid in tho Stormy FoJrmlsrs i resolu cord be eai aipairt, for In dry craln, wlhePij It kops niculy. By S. 0. KEOWN, D. S. 23t3 lomo tions, a copy snat to each of Inatltuts held at the v a years ago, "IX his (Xen man's) old Re- counity papers and that this ' Qamp A compound canbe mixoJ nthoh (wheni Farm by Irrigation. publican daddy had been iai3 carciful wear the usual sign of mourning for applkd to hanu or bacon with a brush will kogp tham nicely. The only sure way. Water guaran-tae- d, about letting in Ds.imoorat.3 as h "was thirty days. For 100 pounds of hams or 'bacon on our land, in the Pecos Val John, about admitting M. B. OROWDER take: Barjtes (barium sulphate), 3 ley of Texas. See J. W. Lytle at Jas. i be- n shut out. ' would have G. J. CHRISTIAN, pounds; glue .00 pounds; ohrpme yJ- -' H. Williams Drug Store. V. C. GRAY, SHOULD BE SATISFACTORY. loiw (kud chromate), .03 pounds;' jOoun Next excursion January 2, 1912. CommiitHse. HARKEY-R1CKSO4 pounds. REALTiY CO., Norcr since tiia tobacco pools mvto Fill a pail half full of waSer and 23tl Piccosf, Texas. who Inaugurated hae .the growtirs Sheriff's Sale. mix In the flour. Dissolve 4Jia chrom aiaoordod doliver at HaTtXord bdep .By virtue of Execution No. 403 di- in a quart of water in a fiapasratw ves- - Notice for State Meeting of A. w such generous and fair tn fitmwnit os rected to mo, which issued from the Add thisiaolution and the glue to present, unddr ttbe GaJbih-eCo. S. of E. at Clerk's Office of the Ohio Circuit This is the first lima iihk company Count, in favor oX Williams Coal Co., the iwater and four Bring tihje wfonla To be held lnOTOensiboroonWcidnts-do- y .0 a boU and slowly add fcha baroHiS, pooVid conatiiu-tio- n haa been, the purchaser oX Jan. 10th, 1912. ,Thie against J. C. Loney, for the sum of atirning constantly. Pn.paro jiour tobacco bene and while e hasiben f42.C9 with clt Kentucky State Umlon A. S. interest from May C, 1911, wash the day bafone It Is used, thu no cspecilal oomplalnt nsjCuiai Slr of E. und.c ARTICLE II ir.ad as foland $5.45 coat. J, or one ol my depu- lit fnequemUy when using and palmt it lows: Viz: The Stlaite Unton others, the Gallah-e- pcopie haiY.Q token ties, will, on Monday tSba first day of ehall the growers Into confidence 3m a tm,oat January 1912, at 1 o'clock p. sn. at on with abrush. Colorado Stp!iioa. modt the second Wedmijsday in Janu Mr. D. Fiord. umusval niamnr.T a ary of each, year at a place d.isisnat- Hartford, the Court House door In man promdnnnit in. the Sce'.? y of EquiSheriff's Sale. ed at the previous state mej ting. Each Ohio ccounity, Kentucky, expose to ty and esteemed far bis loyalty and public county union is entitled to irvo del2- By virtue of Execution No. 404 sale,, to the hlghtst bidder.the hoaesty was eeVjaUd to grade tor the following property (or eo much there-o- X directed to me, which issued fromlhe gite for each, tjwo hundred monnbera or company, and Mr. T. F. Tanmwr gate for each two hundred mamers or as may be necessary to satisfy Clerk's Office of the Ohio Circuit loyal Equity man, and iwho Plalatlf's debt, inbontst and ccost), Court in Xavor oX S. J. Twhenoragalna major fraction tihcnaaf tn the county, was grad'jr for the grQWujrs last and-2counties not unit&Ulud to a coun J. C. Loney, for the sum of $75.63 year, has been selected as noStant A tract oX hvnd lying dn Ohio count with interest from May 6, 9111, and ty union, said locate shall be en'iibljd for atr. Ford. With Mr. O. R. flSns-ley.t- Kentucky, as follows: dol.igata 'each. This will be $7.05 coat I, or one of my deputies, to one appoHntpod giraKS-.for the ipci-or- s, on the South by Industrial will, on Monday the first; day of Jan onia of this most important State con Bounded it would look like the cppipany uary 1912, at 1 o'clock p. m., at the ventions yet held owing to ajrialn acAssociation; am had .bought ithe tobacco and turned by Harvey Kclliey's property; thoWost Court House door on the in Hartford, Ohio tion tanion by the lata Na'tlonal (he grading and ncwsAv.Ing cnier (Wh'.ch contvemed in Chlcaso North by Levy Givena Property. county, Kentucky, expose to public srowers. Mr. A. C. Vleer anotthw Levied upon as the property of J. on DeaeznUiir 5!h, and nlMo on account C sale, to the highest bidder, the folOhio County man oX knowm ln'tsrity Loney. lowing property (or so much thereof oX much mtfadjd work in our S'a'ie, to ibooik kiAiper. So far evtirrybody is TERMS: Sale will be made on a as may be necessary to Eatlsfy Plain- view cf this wo urgaa full ptendnco aaitisfled. tb-if all the tobacco buying credit otf C months, bond (with apcona'uturtdon and to- - 03 provided by tiff's debt, interest and costs), 'Comtpantas would take tha .tcjito into also ex'ond an Invitation to oM mym-briproved security required, bearing wlt: their confidence in this way Me are Xor we asbureyouthatbhe hispl-tabl- e, at the rato oX C per cent, par A tract of land lying In Ohio counHure a ibvtter understanding wpuld City of Owensboro wtIUi her annum from day oX Bale, and having ty, Kentucky, and bounded as follows and tMne would be jnaoe lm the the force and effect Bplendld hotel facilities 'Wi'J wcome replevin Bound on the South by Industrial of a tobaocco s.io!Jon3. m-.by an eaVailaln-meAssociation; on the W 39 you and will be bond. comm'.tt "who iWlill takje pl.as-ur- e Witness my hand, this 13th day of by Harvey Kelleya property; on the Kill the Tariff and You Kill comfort In looking after jour North iby Levy Givoas' property; on Dooembsr 1911. while An the ci'y.'and at this conLabor. T. H. BLACK, S. O. C. the East by A. P. Beck's property. is the The Anvirfcan iase-ean)- iBy S. OJCEOWN, D. S. 22t3 Levied upon as the property of J. C vention Lit our watohiwcrd be prupure to do business, wage-oanon earth and beat paid Loney. Jtespectjully, An Editor and a Booze Ad. h3 llvicts the brt of any mam in bis TERMS: Sale will bo madid on a S. B. ROBERTSON, Sec'y. cldfis on t&irth. Ilia chUdnen havd the Editor lUiss, pX the HlUaboro (111). credit of 6 monthsbond ,wlth approv tarna publilc privllus thai the Be cf News, .recently was calkid to task be- ed security required, bearing Interest Big Wheat Acreage. his mplooxr do: No other country cause he inserted on advorrlsmctnt at the rateof C per cent pies annum According to th GovaranKmt crop ruch prJviktj for for a "booafc" on (firth jKrovld palace tn that city. from day of sale, and having the ncpontftr, 788,000, acsr5. cf KjsitAiciy li'jn and bis family. The American Editor Bl&B in .the nut lssm of bis force and effect of a nqplavin bond. wheat have bean gown during Mil, grown to be thuj molnl oX Uie paper amiwerud tfne critics in the lias Witness my hand, this lath day of 8,120 which is 97 pur oat of Ihw wall following etyte: world, and thij TarifX te tho Deoember 1911. aorooi sawn in 1910. Tbte yt arVi Stvi says he oonflesftB to th-- not, thateihfcldal him wM'e he was bow-in- s He T. H. BLACK, S. 0, C. is 3 psrcdnt or nopiaaJ cDm-- , lOTJ tho but asa'-gnfv,io ti wone riwirefor: Flrd into the vuluabl By S. 0. KEOWN, D. S. 2343 ynar awerse of 88 pared with you kill bis ky to tuc-os- is boLUde tie n id d thie mon y.and hn TarifX and Remember that the J. Niey JFoaUc (Mag si tl Evtnrch got fJfiti n cent's a line tar It Ecpiad azlno Subscription A&mcy, of Hart per c?at, Thie Gomctfjitt nit and Bond hini adrift in alas reportts ibwt 32,000 tioru of lw dealivjd to Boir.fait'n 'whiethtx hie ford, can gut you any Magazine tf labox andnages. or ry-hav-sown thus far am 1911. ttatCMnKiu bnoi'aors b;1 ElflVro Periodical published. Cut prices wfcr Tariff but a Small Factor. I his iper. Bcrjh hi'B curicelty und tmo or more Magazines ana ordvd, the cupidity have b un naeu'lcd. Ha Uad Tulephoae 123. iThe PaymxAldrich bill took tf Tariff off hides and gr- atfly nluc-tollo.d of (he ilvlls of ia'pnijinrance, Firms Who Advertise. Uo price on leather, and tlho loo!d much spaaj to fitoo nAs'.oua Law of haoits and thcu3 and all isitvr and niji iratioe oriniso'iocs, given In this iseua of 1bn R ipufci'JMn, HARTFORD, KY. ' goods mi mit up. It grvAtly ivduotd the prmchscs oMngiHiiCirfcRary nofJc.s, are Xousd many aj'rtj'jwj ndvi.qttae- lAw mtw as. paiixff and wood pulp uthd but no itiixaatioti liad t,w 0,341 raents twid it will its iwh.I muita pmmh. MfMM. W, H. Bmtois uud C. K, la skteg pap.--r and the price of (pare that bis efforts Wiere CipMliclAr.d t,r tinfo to each om rarmfuKV uad SUuttfc aanouBoe-tibs- t tlw bav iIwhh- ouw The BwnuXaa',urKina 6jr.'pLy nild-v- i. even i Now hu kntls that riirytoonsUtr th.m wtW (Mutt VfM bsy a fcr be accural laws-ti1w roiwOcw to &o'.r pivittx and aro and cancCmduB ot Vw, exc t wianinaj and ttiwr fchat yMh all uls wit'no. ItHiaU r, Clw iwb CotBty"'Aifctor-!- ? JaptiBd of lourieg tiho prios nis.A olwa-w- a tt.jd of buela-x- s n rn is Uve man wbo WMjntor-&A- awai. Mr. m'tk Mm.. 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Dm, kri4B a hustltr and will mark da wsiMi gMt w iwMMni ttj Mgbn& term Wa-I- - !SSa& j work W m1 yowBK Hay tint, bo Collg JAN. 8TH. i of winning BMvyDud- instfuo ia burfntM gnw hs worid icto(j day. flitWay OFFERS EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES TO THE YOUNG MAN OR WOMAN WISHING TO ATTEND SCHOOL. Mr. ftoe Mr. M.W . Btohop, M r. & '8- - mm 30 V. ft J D Aj Sell at Itoe "Co5go Boys" Park, of Taylor lags. ilioiWx IMaane ane wendteg fftmu New classes will be organized in the High School Departley hne with Ma mother, ment and, at the same time, the regular Normal work bein prralion for tone contt.pt and 1911 is nearjb THE Park. Mrs. J gins. Every common school graduate in the county is enld& pxptotB a victory. oaob Ulna titled to the High School work and should avail himself of 1?: tte&iek Ib Bfewdto)g ttne-iir- p wil raqt bo amiuaciud until our this opportunity. to express to 0 We Mm wh wltli krx mqther, Mas. Lucy tbd might of COw BBflme. Dlo np(tmiJ The Normal course offers special advantages to those deTmwjt Mts game an drt fwM ba a "gun." siring to prepare for the county examinations. Enter at the papn.&Bh for at sincere iadiis 10c, gonfis 15c Jtv.k V. Jdiwr beginning of the term if possible. Mt H' on next Suday'BltlloWack. Christmas was osepved gtaierally by most awarybdr tavlifead. tronage thorugh the in a quiqt way. Christ Haxitfard For further information address U,yecU.ve never shaved at RMey'a mas taoes were eneiatfcd at tho BapUsii but Barber' pop you should do bo and church and at (ho H. E. BROWN, Pres., or A. E. ELLIS, V. Pres. in our pines prosperous by Court Hous see homood you fee). tho Sunday Schoo-'- s of itho fcowin Saieach of yo s ;ipea V 10 Mr. Jhes Gray and son, Master turday aight and all (hc lititlo folks AronleJf Narrow b paid this oilfiloa a and a great many grown 'ones too wexe lKsmmlwed toy Snni'a In igubsjtan ptaasailvilslt Saturday. make pleasant and 1 itate. We Ual manner. The unusual tobacco ClrciLOourt Clerk E. Q. Baitraes suason made monay a Jlttte moro iplen Aying to iwturji Saturday aCtetmoon from a tlful and have tried by conservafe all our mieirohamits did good Jaw' dc "visit In Louisville. buslmsa as a result. AND NO MIDDLEMAN'S PROFITS. psible and to give you the best vali Mes F. P. Salmon, ot Utica,snd New Law Firm. A Fine Piano $150.00. cash. $175.00 on time Ira. O. mk, ot Clear Run, iwere caJl-er- a been our effJ We know In another oohimA will ba found at Is offiloe Saturday. Used Pianos from $35.00 up. Organs from $15.00 up. Pro IV. Fred Anderson loft Mon- the announcimieiiiit , of tho Coranoition to main.beiwcien Mrfisrs. W, appreciated. We shallW day ft Wfneiboro, where he is spend of a H. Bairnsis and C.E. Smith, for the lag H hrlstimas holidays, And we get the Business. Write us for Catalogues. our stangemiral onaotjiioa of Jar', wtto ofifioes through the comi Odla Mr,' C. Shown and son's, in The Haotfond Rripubllcan buiiddng. and j lie, Bwaver Daon, oaikid (jo Beta Tlw ossoolarjicn of Measxs. JJamn-r- s good Ms and low us w' In towa yjatt.ciay. 107 W. Third St.; 0WENSB0RO. KY. dard of giving ojid Smith mairks the ustalbllshnient ' Ho: u S. Benmjt(t, Louiaiillie, 'aihjnti of a law iffinn of capacity, atxwn'gth will conrn prices Xma Llh rokvjlvqs war Bed a, and ability, i t to "tflio olty lAVlednesday. iMr. Barmie's, the BonJor mrimbar cif witlimuch appre fn favnr us Mr Irwich- - VJokrp aa.d Wrtto dough the firm, has baen aatlvioly imgatged in the ipmotioe of bis pnaltasalon for ter '. Ian Austin, QaxmSboio, Harttord jvaS'jrday paid will the jraist nlneW.in yiears, duTing wjhlch patronage, atf member ciated visit jnda. time ho has established an uavi'able On January 1st we will offer to our "many House i Pi (Jonnia: Ford, who is ItocMng record as a skillful and painstaking Pays to Trade customers and friends our White-Lyo- n Special lllUs, Ow.miftonagien praatutiomtr, and aoqutrefd a large Banc 4 clienitage. He is nible and Industrious Blend Coffee. This is a most excellent coffee put Lda,hffe witih hds pofljntB tho Saves You Money. 1 and aAways gives his clkmts the up by us under our own brand and every packMr. Mrs., D. Ford, benefilt of his best dfortsj He was age is fully guaranteed by us. We will pay in J Mamie Kepiwn, of Fordaville, tested Counity Aftomoy nii thia reguKeowin-Fos'jt- ir Id th weddfag actual cash 35c for the Lion Head cut from every att lar J!:ot!cn In 1901, in which capacity and viaitlng Mr. and Mrs. S. O. ha served package of this coffee that fails to give perfect ior a full ter,m of four oi.Biaa.Vier Dam lox a law daiyp. Ke satisfaction. ywirs, with dlstlnotiom and ability. NFannlo WbiitcdngMlI, Fard3vill Mr. Smith has beni actlvfeily tngaired atttd ithia Foa'.tir-Keow- n Woddias lm the. practice of his profHssion Tvly qim1 thio BUtjsit pX Miss twelpre years, but. until the firot of An Patifccn vrihlle b.Te, M'xaraing November, 1910 divided hg tCme h.oN"ldtaci3day. with newspaper work,t&ng tl:n until anid jib, Wall Js'lclacjls and that date half ciwnr.4- - and tdor of that there j an offensive odor in the obtn, of South CarxojUtan,, Ky., The Hartford Republican. As a law- Pauline Ament neighboxhood.1 Willie's Speech Fred MaTln. guasts of Mx. T. R. - yer hehai always bsen 3tudlous, wtho ParHugh-'s- , wagon When a driver of a swill Vacaitiion Harley Irene and painsfaklng, giving his nand family from Saturday until jcik-niagMiy iat:rnocn. the hiBcfit of his btst Per-- Mantin, Thomas Draper, Dixie Hock-e- r, puts a handkerchief over his nose in Paxion Veller, Dona Fogle, Halley passing the habitat of the aforctsald Cephas not heretofone brs.1 R. .WKMteig:, Jr. and vjoe.. w limburger. t on account of divided Umo, had vary VOlex, L39 Brjll. 3b Wtddlnig arrived Sunday afttr Obild Mae HunitieiS' iWhen a ghie faotory quits the comlarge cllenitage, he. is a lawyer The Brave of Hart-Iiwl- th njto spend tho holidays In petition and yields tho belt without Ament. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23. UkIt fathiex, Judge R, R. recognized, ajbllity and infrjsnity. Two Kinds ot Fun Aaron Roach. a murmur-Whe- n He was ol.iotied Counity Afttonn.y rci ung'and family- ptamjt hollars a fertilizing the rKular election in 1909 and anore-for- e Paston Vicllef. IlllnolsCentralRallroad Time and Mrs. W. V. Gary and daugh Toul." has only samKdivo of the four A Boy's POake Hariciy Hugh is. tittJs Miss Motoa, pf Henderbon, yoars term. ' Table. Piani'omiine Xatzs Eye Willte John Since his icausurartilcin as Ahrjne Saiturday moxiilng tmrouto Ky. County Aticxney he has son, Venule Johnson, John Monti n jra At Beaver Dam For sale at a Bargain. temfcnaad t re e Brandb, whare ithey wlil vls- i some of tha most fanipDrt'jaElti rmose- - rla Park, Bargile Woodruff. ifcivtis a faw days. Shares in a concern doing business Song 3irl3 Coninne Johnson, Mae cutions in ahe history qT the County r which mill pay splendid dividends SoBItt BOKBd. era. Douglas Feiix and Am-:n- ,t IforlbBouud. Within the (Ne and has lllai Ament. No.mdnll:9ta.m. lnsley, who are attieoding the thorough always shown abdlltiy and and double your money in a ehort .So. 132 due :05atn, preparation of iim matter la Who LLaugh Last Paulinb. Ament, 2:48 p.m. No. 1U1 do .So.l(lu.12::8p.m. safe, sound and legitimate. m acky Sftato University at Leilng-- hand. Irene Martiiin. No.lSl du.8-65p- . o. 102 da. 2:48 p.m. Investigation solicited. For full par kno spending tho Chrigfnnas holl- Johnfon, Gain' Somewher. Willie The nisw Knn b?gins Its exiatenco tlculars address Box X Y 2, care Tho "' We must close out oj haro wiiUi thair jxarantB. with the New Year wtiith flaittdrlnig Blanch Park, PauMne Am.Eit, Ezra Republican. 21tf stock of Haa M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table E. EJils has tho beet and great-unlo- ty proapests for a future of binga aadi re Lee. mense of ftd Etufc In town for numerative clientage. Chalk Talk Clifford Maddio, and Implements, at Hartford, Ky. ajd will pay you theblnb-s- t cash Tfwo of a Kind Vernie Johnscm' thing we have in ouj affective Monday L, && N. time card Are you a Conway. p for all kinds of prpduse. Also GUnwme Kbowaj, Roy Mason, Maudle we will Aug. 21st. 21 14 f and Meal for sale. A Ietitjitr ajddne'jstrf to former Smith, Coriinne Johnison. No. 112 North (Bound di-- 7:19 a. m. I Song Dowa By The Old Mill Strean Wll!son from Norjth Dalaota H'atxsi ibe a mora acccpltable at would dally except Sunday. i Mae Amnt, Buren Amjn't, Corinn-- that a Ktnftuckian, Jjohn Conway,, re- No. 114, Nortn Bound duo 3:40 p. m. fimas presant thorn a year's eubtiom to some good Magazine for ojnlly died near Charl(tJOin,N. ID. 'leav Johnson, Stella Ament. daily except Sunday. Old Plaids Convention Sadla Hughe your friends ithls year? Ask ing 160 acr.es of fine land and $1,000 No. 115 South, Bound duo 8:45 a. m. of WAGONS, PLO I. NiCy Foster Magazine Ag(ncy in cash, without any hhalrt&i it adds Venule Johnson, Maud'J Srctfjh, Ccnn1 dally except Sunday. HARROWS, ETC1 2312 l that it Is understood tjhtinji nine heirs Johnson, IilHe Drap r, Ste'ila Aon. nit. Nc, 113 South Bound duo 1:46 p m. taitatogs and prJew. Blano ILES.MBN WANTED to lcok after in Kentucky who should shame in ih Tmsle Draper, Pearl Hooker, dally except Sunday. adjacent $tato but thylr namr.fc ar addrssw Park, Mae Anient, Avla Woadruf f, Bu-- " H. E. MISCHKE Agt, Jlnteiwat in Ohio and tits. Salary or Commission. Ad- - are not knjrn and Uw l"tjr was iwj, Amfent, Gllmor.j IOiawn, Sang l'vi a Fej'in' for You Buri THE VICTOR OUl COMPANY, made public in the ihopw that tome 1 AnKnt. hdrs might i!and, O. Yours Txuly, Chalk TalH Roy Alason. THE VICTOR OIL OOMPANY. A.S..of E. Notice. Aunt Dinah's Pledge Sadlo Hughd e pupils of Mtes Hn:itie Glenn The Concord Local A. S. of E. will Llllle Drajwir, Peanl Hpjkwr, Will comprise a fine array of Chnls'linioB exyrclse an oxcul'-Kjii- t rich color tones and the me?t at 3oncoid tclhocJ housu on Hughes, Dyron Browni, Ceil Draper, Cclli" ntainnient in Harjford I Saturday night lXp, ao, 1911. All Bun?a Amianit, D.rrell VeVier. purest, surest, brightest tot Gun, Shells, Ammunition, et pel last Friday mornings The rec- - members ate requested to bi to ' which nniciira'd Tho proa'-'ed-s black. une ur on oy airremtnt pupils were fojeaOe toy U. S. Careon, and pay their du e fox 1912 tyjai $25.55 will be dacolX-- do tibi Library and the songs wem l render wjw officers and dtJegatilB and CtTJueui. ta the Fund. County Union. It, Perry Keown, of Clowls, N. M., One on Limburger. A. A. CARTER, Prrs. tea should shaye at Riley's. fit-th- ey HENRY M, PJRTLE, Sc'y are shapely socks. Roa:ntJy the follcrwlcg quttticn was1 S, baneon iwamts your Furs, j tKf TftJ. Mh sant to ihe "Sprigs of Muiiiy' Column Just the proper weigh- tt , xTmtnrv Tv..ir Viitnljvufl buabfe, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. KuDwin.Tbls 'Farm jproper Program. of the Loulsvlile En.nine PcCt by Mr. 23obis Kxst vl<home ebtxa lyavinK IfWlMBt at Ford's MiM. not so sheer as to BBtaoqpgiov- TayJor Mines fchol tauabtiby Mrs. W. H. Burton, of Hartford and Itcguh r three y,.an ao, and prosptri'y be impractical, not S. O. Keon clcs id Friday night er with the eubjoteied Jcply by Mr. pwcttlftra llley'siwwbaaibw ehop is up4o41 oourteoua ttTitaUnfect the Dae. 22. The following urogram (was Mu&grovo who tdlts tihls column, will heavy enough to to Ball. 'p W & . wast brands of Flow and Mfeial will exciddnly wxJl ncintl.iid Xa aa-owa LMI1I .a be of Interest to many of cur readers Woadwana, ox ojouisrii Jl cause sweatyfeet, MIU Fofld-- s ' ourtn; the ed house. J &W who loveu this partloulair brand of vlltl tvlatlvesln aeld neatt MdaB only, t hot coarse in knit yuv ipniat. Welcome Ad dndSs Marie list cheese. Park. rd. A. p&'i.-Mlike usual popflour, wh'iU and. ftee, lawatwiliw111 Boa's Straw Ha'.KJJxiy Slijwajrt, an D.iar Sprig RecjiUy I nottood $4.90 iPtrX ibu'iter made, at bar- Vhsu you . want ArawuHMea ular priced socks. "Basegn Wosdruff, Tine Lost itk.ni in the Evening Iicst to tiha yMtit . '. eatHWmoot WA. LM OU .. CI .U. Uu. I . HULaah 111 31 at. 71 .TVIT IllUlV.l. Sailu'atory L.ynard Cakwr VB U. that a family of LtatisNttte ipjfe h:ul (bv fl orw nvuat bi aosamnankd t- fca9sMteiv" vman. The kind of half Dral Iieue Maodn, Lve M.Dlxie b,t-iioisonnd by eating uptASod tf "" 23t2 ,w Qtedl.8 rwiw-wn- o 1 Hooker, Marie Park, Luc4'jj Bakt- -, phe 3o. Pkaifo answer (IhrciuBh hose that feel good bm k posWo a,a fttok for ttw wwt- - (w .Vfftlr. BuflMNu JolBr left Tw;sdy fa? Mary Roach, John MuriB, O.h.i tho "Sprigs of Miut" ccSuuwi' and on the feet Box li&WM, G., wbnxi m wall tocarjJiHa- - Witao-n" 'iw4l. John Hush'aDviy Vllef, tell me bow a physician can tidHwlKU of fourpalrs, guarfeM what 4ww"nk hiinllM fMttw a mw iMieaUy. K In miwt d,;o!iKidUAW.iniri Qaw Uft.'ae, Iterslv WTuodrJaf. Iknburesr is tiKjilod. anteed to wear bj hvu rmn ITT l W . rtoma r will .iihuimmiil aju ! --- v Rd, WMte nd Bta-3it- oj Your query gtvjs m liaus?, but afWf MMn. MOT. " il. four months. - Muurvnu. It vex.- - Mr. Jo."4- - mm ntm-- t laiany Curea l Tim?!k Dwjr. ter .wjWJJb Nnth it for CiWnsfty-fou- r rin bAs mkM )Wo.-tHa- Uey Veltor, hovB, vfo vetfture to tnb,mrt the n, wTSSSSirVSriM., Mr, . m " of oiplnlou aa e'Jlion id trtin K0 La and .WH'Uj vmtiw niwtn BARNARD & CO " mmimm , f vHow feTloible tourato, P Awr; m, Limtorgctr eJw.) Is d w&esi a K.imt apm M in in w WN7 RimA, M&i RfMk ,DtxiP Iiak- - VfMRJly wilt o tJm.p hiceK etS of 'JMMbL MHHMW "m Hartford. Ky. . Ms may, fc avoid lc j " '!' H ., 1! X 'a Mm wm a BUMWd' Wteia:i894'eai jrflWK. t a v!it itP'- - lert Th ay. route 4, was a ittj)iAUMi of at nr. BeaaTs Qper& Hcus .Tihio nWA. WINTER TERM BEGINS Ujiwd-.'iwil (ba pmd IJartrfoird Col- tra theipneils yeaNot j Hh il year that I a , !$$$rStSt$t$( Pianos Direct SAMUELS from the Factory that k We are Factory Representatives tain W THE DANIEL MUSIC CO. toallandtrustjtou le-tu- e$ssros$s$$ro$s$ssssss0 that ar-riv- tii it That NOTICE! - JLaH (5b, HARTFORD GROCERY CO. d$$$SSS$$$$$Sft$1S$ e Hartford Republican. , Rao-roe- ly a 3mM sT4 VT Ni jjrae, FOR MEN ite P H ipnj-t.'in- d w-l- tie! , vav M" I ... y 4 iw Kin-burg- er .b'r.' , Qsm tmr wrnrm ft)?' yuw - IT. & WS."- '' kmmk jl t1 . MM --- t, S" m Qta-poi- m wf y to-w- dt: . u:e u sih lli:.,lC MfMMh fMivftia ?- TW, . .. 1Jf'' luujxm T$1 ,r w o SE 1faS ' ' 'a t)n JMMieMM on WH4T ot tmkm. ef. tonaioa itWr amiMM iMrt M nd 1 wtthaia. mnorUMtat AMlirlNr malrtUa-mw . J i Attontivr P. today - wMh Um mrnuM. Mbt Motery te fawHrwotlv At tfee Hfb- Jalleri A ; r. rtmt, NCjlowa CoitrenMcn of UH Mr. H Jim m Mwt tomM Jn Mv, world . Mi "mmlataM R. T. CoUtaa, Trustee JVpfdnto la aerteutamU HrflW T. t. Black; aner- BrrM ww tb antorarn aomespM aud tirutects Iff, Hi O. Xeowa an int of a aomil nwspmer. The mat iMturatljr wisumic that good wwde ani tb dltonKcT mcra. fjUiFOIlD, Xt.'Y CfteVUtlN'O DOOHS. Lon Blae! Iki ( 4MT? ixBiil.Tn f niin bamiK, first Mon. fflostt be MM te QMcAgo as a am tor Abe o'jW man wOth aji adtamoMle. bwnc Mid ilrirM ay )n pro . Tfce crWteg ot ,. C''.tU ?tBlBrt FB itinues three! .. lf Tfato is nothing bfja feme. On (hi wny a Cold In th ro ,weelu; th wiay m Art I, twoweekal ,m. e b6 bor of a co'jeitAg delgWon bwaau drawers saHsM ii deera w aeoond M" la Jaaalt HI mat. of of Uw pojHi- - nco.1 quickly. R. Jfc, (wfa XjbrftttM. to tbe DuocrUc Naiosal contrary, 46 hree weeke; a,sJCjtity. OF ' ibsr edH WHMtdMi torao the Senes of Goflveariuni1 He was eoi wimMd I lE.Vt.tf third Mi on MUofx of nte United Stake mv and eeajir T.: n, h Smell. .Full dM 50 ol,V-ntDniir- - County VR. R. e weeks. ! tiaiafcl-tea- te , Jitcet deirga-.several swsboiap. Two fanaa or in tows of 2,ld6 .B a for nltffl mall Tt.tlnul.l FRESHEN niBBON. ".' "u" rv 10- York. W. & TJ nriM4, n ,,8mlth, At- or km. of the $1,000,000,000 Ely Brothers, 66 Wonan StwetJew cents. taraey. Mart tffoe days atw Use oooteMant from Netolack ribbon, look I'Caurt 1isiaaatt.aa To BSRfee rl first speat yr)y to ma our GoVtframait, Monday in KeaUi. one of I'. v sew rfiwe An, .hot cot tes, roil on H braoka werie seated, 'whom itbemiWUy MArWCTT sV Quarterly Kie couia-OnWarn J. Bryan, witb mni free delivery and tb Agriculon 3rhr Ce- -'Sefia May, Vub ftuit jar and leave until dry. 'I' the fourth smy la beftufcd tile tural Department are the two thto8 y., was uwcqMJn'ted, TO.MBND SHADES, Aucuit ahk abr.- rMt Democratic ticket on a platform wch are of knnveicMftte bmMt. to. Court of GUtHtmmvMMtAl t Tuea- flf .window shato aro worn only at fee farmer, and these coat 460,000,-00- 0, .WHHHIOU propoaHionB nvtr before de.if' In Jftnu, ' ami turn k. HARTFORD, . XT,'' rttI uesday In the bottom take ot rodlr (October. II or only six p.T cent. As to tho Demooratic party, The Other Couatv i" 5 -to ibottom maktes ft bom In Who propihetsby tine nothing Vl raotlee taerVorisfa furveyer, Kori rlgt of tie saw of this In ad- conUIutiona.l U torn ue bottom hold to Btdck. No. i: Bernard ie.i Ky.ii 'F. D. JIX; thena r, , Hart- vance, nor of the extraordinarily ex- Govtarxunent, to do this' work mm n iy. jpro, n.y (skips of cloth tho aaane coder and y '"inriDienoent. L. j , 1. Ieacfa, tentles iv- On appears to be no Question. In, Ifact,. -- .... a. b. paato on took, boHing torn pante to- citing campaign that foUo,wed 'y. Coroner, M early in th& 1800's it whs done, bult sitrengln of fusion Mr. Bryan the gether. JXWTIC xnntTi, a million more voltes tnan any when railroads came tnto extfltDhco REMOVE EGO YOLK-I- n JB, . Chanberlsi! the ibuHdilcg ot iighways was dropJra Monday area. T, tesday "iwIHU JBIKIIIBVl MBl inniororuay af- from the former Democratic nominee had tho whin I A However, portions of iieaa Yet ft wras not enough. The ped. rd Mond.v "rrLa!P.' Tu imUl break after yplka at ogga one ofton Cftlll iH THEMEMIAMWEBSn? rd Mondav T, nZSa-roads, nniw a century old, after tile Demo. Huob smddiemniens with nbloh ,. white, O. E..ftnH nwir? the yolk inito tho in ex- In use and bear wltrUas to, the direcJrd Komi,. - iiirtlWedn afte L-u- m R fa a 3TBW OIUU FRANK L. weutoi orotic party has swung in new ease dip a olcon cloth into 3rd Mnnrio,, In JunLvrania collwnce of their conatruotion. The Se the main point to consider aavai wrens irr. Jrd Mnni.'." 8oitr-"?- J ter water and wiring dry. .Touch tho yol tions SeM Of Uw world's' thoit, . high chanajcter of the work of bur after srd 5fXif2'-,pe-.ftetioa ad.cuKore. TAer. with thie doth and.it JwiH bUng loth now En estimating the uncertainties of anmy engineers John S HS rr' "Jiember. mew anftteldceA JWIoriifa In Irrigation, dradngq next yiaar. The capacity of the party Wd Monday In ' oJoth. asMiyyeaw. j, . rd Mondavln MarT PridZ"r and on the Panama Canal, "warranit tu ,HARTF0Rb, - KY. to blunder also enters Into the BUTER IN STARQH. sa&-.K,ait confidence Jn BffjMfi H 4lats over 40 19 Will Braetto ui. . .Democrat. BbouJd When boEllng starch (whccb WordMf aoretha d adio.nlouTue.' -- .V. .J?Pko.A Cent, under Federal ,diraotion, wnich shall eerore Appeared between o give KUtslsfaction) jn lial"a.,,ay bo well boiled to CERALVG. . coven. ajoo Paget, 6o - Insure a permanent canstrwctlpn, and at butt luMraUeat. it you add a email t. proper C. G. Kiimbley Is on what is quite as neoeasary, Bee. ""re" w tt . r aid bulldto,-about tie size ot a small hickory nult the sick list M. r TCVUy.U" "ce'ter. maintenance. One plan which aaems Imhh H fa the only eTtette r1 SjT your etaroh will not food! ovper, toft with the sew div fSSSTHSSS Mr. and Mrs. Albert Patterson, Pren to be gemorally approved Is for a 9C0 A "Stroke of Genlu generally docs, and will make a y afi UBl. division of the costs into thirds; the tie, were here last weak. ' af t. j . latiinnow ." t ' enoyoloped 1 tfmoQth and glossy finish to thw ironKAfejMa YAMCYE.MOSLISY. Thomaa "."oynher. .1 M4&3 Ora Mllnier has returned fnun Government, the state, and the coun7 a single volume. "er the ing. "'uf.eAWedni payintg an ties so improved, each a vled,t to relatives nt:ar Rochester. Wednesday after 5,,ffiLVP aooepted ATTOKNEY AT Imum It'll Save all .the dlppUngs from "eonesday after &S rvSSiW. oourta, Bcaooli Mna. J. M. Everly and Mrs. L. P. Ful equal amount. As this cost would bo Preae m tie one supreme when clarified it Is exoefllnlt to xnlx alter 2nd,Mondalin. HARTFORD, r KT; ,; keraoa Vlsdted relatives at Okaton some spnaad out over a term pf years, tihel thority. t -n if .. with butitor for frying purpose. I V. days ago. Increased value of farm land affected txwna-toeW Never throw away left ovier Ibrnu he Who JcBOWS us 1 Tie public school her will dose would he much more than the coefc to Success. Z,et mhoy con be scolloped for th you about tats new work. Depeonber 22. with an exhibition that the counties. The Rural Free Deliv-n. iv wonaav in isr...-. r..u..- "jr Z aiso no. atxt meal or make a good tcmalo night ery News says: aauoe for llver,chojxs or macaroni , ITWTl for IpMfaMa Cf Mff Tldl pl "Good reads help every esfction of day .in' i S JSS7. n "lay aafter Cd Mt Arrange to do the brodi baking On a CIKWUAMCOISWyn.Strl unL. Change of Heart. ay in November ri nn u"er a d the country, vhile poor roajis are ai mm iHbU)(TMTrBtHl.MtrpOCUt, I lronting day. It may nttn extra HN B. WIL80N Sevlervllle, Tenn. "I never did be- drain upon iiw resources of the naHARTFORD POUCH ;cda8. m. cnowu trouble, ibut It is a saving elf fuel. lieve in patent medicines," writes tion. Either a high proiaatiaa tarlf iMtt-ovihard boiled eggs can, be Mrs. Martha Hown, of this place, "un- or absolute trae tradie work to Mloed,, covered stance with a whflt, til I took Cardul, and it cured me. the advantage of sou?, and to the and put in a 'pie dish and covered For six months, I could not do any- disadvantage of others. Poor roads wftth cold mashed tpotntots to which HARTPnpn . thing. Now I do all my housework, are a doitrimienit and an expense to We send FREE a bottle Germinal, a qu lief Tavlnr w fe S?Sn. W, , ir. FnlA p.1 ,u iare added extra butter, cneppi, Halt, ' ? ? Moore. H Doctors failed, all, and benefit none. When it is con (or lung trouble, cought, pains in chert, hat Schoni and It don't tire me. paprika. ith top Peper and Brush run down feeling. (Mention thu pp.) but Cardul 6aved my life." The bone-t- it sldered that every article of food we Cr0We ond Dr-bind . PendieffiVrts of Ohio and adjoinin of potatoes with yolk ot use from taking Cardul is not confin- eat and every Item that enters linto OHIO MEDICAL COMP ,. land In the Oour bake In quick oven. . tauiOUS SEnvrflfca COLUMBU; MIC Bos5 ed to one part of the body. Cardul the manufacture ot our clothing M. E. Phli.t. .. . ." 'l attention sHvon . AMBROSIA. and evening system. must .be hauled a greater or less disnil?ervlce8 mon'ting j l Improves tie whole womanly day In mX. aS f third Sun- - and to coUectiossu Offioa o Peel and alioo fresh oranges, round, a- - m. It helps headache, backache, falling tance over country roads, tho quesocnool S;45 Prayer , opposite Court House, one i&ieapjule EiMced thin. Put in a day V?,e? Vednes- toolings, and female weakness. Try tion of road conditions becomes paraChurchl'sy1 lE,sln pastor. Baptlst layers dlah, altemalte dt oranig, It. It will help you. Price $1. D-mount," Popular Mechanics. , jnornlne Mafcg?leeioJK?Sr si?ndiy pineapple, cocoanut. " Bgin wtth 'he .a. m. meeting ""uay . ocnool nesday evening. Rev. J." oranges, using cocoanut last. Spread WSHILD HELPS VVpMfc OwntBBXBit ICUM.MM to wm MtMB' iu4 vetmittm theft- Tfc A Reilabl Remedy ii Ok.1 r Hh hls EiYsGflMBali n nvniy mffm . WrW nww At WtCS. ItoWne, dooHim, "rem aa D. Oair kMti.u 4, KrTjifll JTa B 0 C MartJ twrneyatUw :i I ad "' Tl 'rsr " MaM HF AJ u e nni Mlftnr,r """;" 11 1 tBaal rru - con-talnt- h-- Attorneys at Law, hdial .rri"'. "-- ikpal SI WebsteiVs New j. ,A, 1 -- iHIERNAnON: mmtm - .. 1 ar ! AttdrheyatLaw, j , FPi iv a case-Glob- e aod-iroa- . pl-eo- 13,-hM- r1"? Sila.ajSSBa m IS&Sffit ?"eJ.indy N " tr LAW & I ., I&MSSsSS&5 s&T&SifeF "" -- " ' 1 coNSUMPnoNSrfii? SlPBSlS ri.. SS&MlLSON a -- & CROWE ir. AWVKRS oT 1, Fi m..ii." ce, 18 ... beitiwiwen each finely powderod Etugar. Protection a Bulwark. to-da- Prv. fHOlUI, w"BrSStT everyfourth ' Add Sugar to the cocoanut milk, and pour, over dtsh. WHITE TOMATO SALAD. Select fine ripe tomatoes of tiquaj ' fll2e, Scold and akin. Tbn 6$ on Ice until time for serungl pnevtouB to the tiime for using, line a salad dileh with le'jtuce leaves, and olle the tomattxKB In the centjr, fonm. Ing a mound. Senra on Individual dishes witih mayonnaise dressing.-POTATCYLINDERS. Pare and boil tan large poita- Aoee. Take an applo oorer and with It out out as many cylinders as you can from (tfca potatoes Tie shells may bo uaad for mashed potajtiots. When ready for use cover them with botllng water, salted,, and simmer until tender. Drain and cover with melted butter and chopped par6ltjyj How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollare Reward for any case of Oatarnh lint cannot be cured by Hall'e portarah Care. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. We, 'be underBlguwl, have known F. J. Cheney for the lat 15 ywaro, and believe blm pentectiliy honorable Jn all business transactions and financially able to carry out amyi obMga tlon made by his firm. WALDING, KINNAN & MARVIN, Wholesale Drusg4a'Ja,Tol)fc)dOv 0. Hall's Oataroi Cure la itakcm Inlxcxo ly, acting directly uiwn lino Jjlood and muqous eurfaocs of the yftem. , Tasntfanondals emt free. Price 7Catfi. per bottle. Sold by lain dnugeilata Take Hall's Family Flita tor m t merchant, in Freeport, ' a Illnlois, says tint $25 will buy y than It better suit of ca'Jies would! 25 years ago. Stop and think that 25 years Antedates, the McKimJey of Tariff, tihe Dingley Tariff and sourse the pnessnt law. The Ifor revision downward until she ddividiing line betwieen Protection "in and FreTrada is reached Js Ube name of the people." But what a travesty! The history of this country has been that Tariff laws which simulate tie building of factories tbo'-multllplioatilon would be a word have caused a reduction In prioes through a grtatiy Increased supply, and the competition in Belling doing the rest. Free-Train this to country would be an invitation made the world to sht'p lis pauper goods here, and tb?n iwhen our mills close, as close they wouuld have to "if the American wage" continued, we would pay robber prioes for everyltiMns per as we paid a hundred dollars ton mono for steal rails tihan iwie have paid since they were made here in America mills by American laborers, receiving frpm two to four times the pay ot tho mr.n who made the Euro pean rails. To advocate a Tafitfhw wtlcih is subjects a man to the suspicion that be has or sounded the depths of ignorance A con-bentir ufiyUa?Sh-Senrvl- RHEUMATISM Dr. Whitehall's RHEUMATIC REMEQY Remedy for all forms of Rheumatism, lumbago, gout, sore muscles, stiff or twolka joints. It quickly relieves the severe, palnij rednces the fever, and eliminates the poison from the system, , CO cants a box at druggists. . MM mr m F rtaf 15 years a Standard " " as-r- aw For reliability nearly io .years. Sold In every city and town In the United Stat Canada, or by mail direct. More sol any other make. Send ior Irce cab McCALIS MAGAZINE More sabtcribers than any other f ... magazine million amonth. Inwaluable t ,umim eachnth'IfrMi0" Celebrated (or style, perfect ftilmplle Sundascoofst t School 2:30 Pastor. p.arn!1ndder,?, - r I flrst Sunday " aBd" ? &! otary Public Jn EY FOSTER Ohio County N it ' SECRET SOCIETIES. Si5' P-- & A. M.. meltflrrt.f'th PVpS2S5?" Secretary. . KTFOHp,KX. tiore Given PromPt SPtv OTIl 'IN Atten- - AVXiuAVlTS A ter' W' 118,v 7 plain tewing, fancy needlework, halrdrtj etiquette, (rood atoriet, etc. Only K) ci year (worth double), including a, free p Subscribe today, or' send for sample bie iaa . Utsyett Dr. Whttafcall L SeisthSeaeVtasl. Mrimlia Ca. meets eecond and fourth xLS' E: WONDEBFUL INDUCEMENTS even- to Agents. Postal brings premium catal ana new casr prize oners. suaresf Sec4?adr80n' W' Mi W. i7th StriCW IH McCalX CO, S8 te M SVX'iWi LlJMr fSSS ..ilW1?m'. ri: -- No. R. a,, M.. Ss'P..McKENNEs- - li IT'taVu10'"" NerFoySte mMmq , rtford, Ky. M :cident, SicK nd de 4 (fwsALl XI n...i... Buiming Business The Hartford Republican sTa..21J2.M n..MnM.. duiwu IS your business sick? Do you think you should have more trade? Is there anything worrying you in connection with the growth of your business? p- ",uer- rg;.lma.n' "ecord Keeper. T- meets every first ini r. each Commander; Mrs Lit riirr!mil'UdK ?enoleton, Lady Record KeeperT -- rDenti-si . . v.i neeta 1st nicfh? i10cal F- - M81- foah Skaegi, p?ea" wl 'r. Hch month Luce, Sec- 'reaa. ' T" I.. O. eco rt fourth 'Fridiyrnliht eei month. W. tt nj . ;S'i.r5i !. ft insurance Fire. tv. v.. WILI 0 BOND YOU. Y. WE HAVE THE REMEDY We have retained the services locally of the greatest retail and bank advertising expert in this country, Dundas Henderson, aiiu iiuwpui, jus BerviceH uu yuur uiopusui itce ui un cuoi, aim without condition of any kind. Write out an account of your whole business troubles, freely and frankly and send them to this office. We will pass the letter on to Mr. Henderson and you wijl receive from him in a few days a solution of your difficulties the same kind of solution that has made success for thosands in the same positions as yourself. af E frlA :EMBe &'&&5r ' rSPJS 4f 4 .A-- h. Chief . Hartfo'rd i c0mmandm.PTho'nSa of wiifuU,?12 - ve irestonaworto p ias regular meeUnea , wllUan"' c erk. :mr sstisL ILV "-- - "f '.onday v iii.i SI2 in each raonth Roj irJi " wei in aoooed art-'taa- elaeMsa. and ,- postesics a dlswased. m3ntoily,asum-ln- g, of couras, that he te not dishonest In bis contention protection Is a bulwark to the business interests tit. 'ibe United States, un.d1.31r Prabysiton a. s. of a. latlpnal Officers: have FOBKl LIVER AND TO ramody. there are no idle factor! ia, no idlu men, but as McKinley said a "day's to work for every man who wbu'jb work." Marlon (la.) Reglatw. : : Efe.jSK5S kaMUsL TVa"""-ib uincers: "' fc.tte I It may that a new style of advertising will make a be. difference in your business, Some scheme of a novel kind that will bring the money pouring into your money drawer is possible. Kutnp.ln. Ice p ovrj KOUILI counter. t T TJo...V "' bident I if. Froman fnn-niw.. fit enarson county f -- vuvuuy, ...... 111. iB- - r Government of Good Rods. A correspondent who. bau recently tjsstfvUal There ,is just onje ryaily visited nearly all the Static feels bure thlcg In which we Afnrcans aro far thai President Taft will be renoml-xaie- behind Europe, and that .to bur d'jty wlbich is an easy gwee, but paving and country hiElhjwBO'a. Wi&m adds that he will not be eleetad, n you have to uijaxch for a jwar ixacl, utafUanesnt that (s mervJiy a ooojooiurb whila here, ouitside cf h fyw sitata, tar which no suhstajiitjlajl arc one must buy guide booka and burnt jllvaa. The number of vattirs in the for ithe occastocal WCA dcu:b. United Static bus became ho givst thte dfecropancy Btwtotit ua Is polrtteal for.ca'ieTS aro due to ihi fact LSwt bare, national wise oauttous. There ore new fcUfineaits Ui guveramltait inhaa a comtrolliBg e case, one of which Is the fnqt that fluence while here It has iioni?, in a million women, in six bLWs, will regwd to roada. We have doj)olttd ve full nlgat to the ballot owt nictu-l200100,000 cr oi pufbUc Not alnce 18S8 has tit)) buildiog landa tq ftott rallnoada wxainvo UkM iu much against whetae xoylvw rate cbaiwa daabt, aad la the last thro? wia mow ntsiulrftd la Interstaite ddintial eleoUfiBB th was CorosaiaiAofi y'v haw Hire- - Ccwdtttots Vi :w more naarly- IWOoe ta rivar aad lav-bdfatortiad aad a lek H)m4 Is wtoa JBHKCT)rnntw assl Jegbtboie9 WeUt Tse uaartaiatitw of to Hkf.0uani eataia?ireu, 4t i ectwt. .wHtm. are ehWy on 0 Dwvxxhtdq to be UDtieMtood eat dswsatafcse at . Ke ob aas Mi wjso ,U h&i lart. 'Tinejsi abould V doe by Ilia d, Appor-efflt'y Predictions on 1912. Possibly a certain kind of advertising folder that has brought success to others is what you need. A particular method of win dow dressing may be what will bring you the success you lask, Special salesmanship Your competitors may be worrying you and you may want a knowledge of the latest method of lighting them. You may need help in getting in your bad debts a few hints can be given that have materially helped others out of tro-ble. TlnhAr... okvuciu) county, v.., ir.T ic.. .1 T t oomKT.'' warran m,,.... .2.. nzer. :te nc ' . kfrt r ir mi vuno.:.:T7.-!T.r:- "', irniiHnii ruiiini kv. h.ii. tvi,i:rr ".'."""" enuerK countv. 0 AJOUntv ry Gountvr ow;Sr"..wa'f9n. lar. L. W.i. V,.';"1! "io en- V .sASars&Ebfite . j. - src rf8Aft SnrSBS! NKCWI ,! Otflura, . Stevens. prM.. Buv., n. ry.Plrtlegec. v7ora, Trw.. Hartford, ky. J. tatet'J I' rrw. - IS '.JFJEH: "f AMslWUl iTFS.'i1 Pat staJTais.. JIX1 4yi. tht s made suceeein simillar may be inaipated in your business. But whatever it is, send the fullest particulars of your troubles to this department and let Dundas Henderson help you FREE circum-stance- that has How to conduct a special sale, or sales, may possibly, by the shortest way out of your e NTT BpARD OF BDTJCATJ Chairman. Ilartfort . Tiohenor, Hartford, K. q, acNo asm rMrVWwi .. ... -a F.HTS linitku rwiSM This costs you nothing and Biayhelp you to tf IfiwSDC' rr 1 i I 'WsW,. L?! uj 1 war. Taylor Mines. srewii, Koekport. Ky. R&-0e- nukt a fottunt Write today fid wtW-add , .ssW sssV rU ivl. Ciac-lna- Closn-Biei- - tt ve or Further particulars .of our offar may be obtained on application to this office. All communieatltsiMabssolsttedy c reaa ia'y? . , Arm) rSm 0 m.r 11' 1 1 jrsV mm FM Amt 'tWMmi vtvwm n b. . Jl a 'AfM ity a THE HARTFORfr REPUBLICAN. J. .' ' ,WiK- ;p-- tVl I 'av K iw o, . ..'. ii f. - , . ' 'Pssh - JDi WF r.rr,. ' " ," PaP" oBUSfA '7wmnfxntMTZ. - -, aVVaHaaVsV.,iV IHFA. "SSSJrWO itjfUiMc muMUM 'j5r Imnm, wl b,er H) J.- FUkawU TaalissBWl iwssMiw, B tofmHhti ''WWts' sot W)"ltt SCP ess '.'. Pflr f sV WWW L U, it "j" .- . MS31M .a ... .' '.Wiu laffflii. all m i For Sato npOTt aiIMf e? photo for oiUln mrrh mad f rrc rvpyt, I tatrau, trad to ., IN ALL COUNTftlCft. aHCTTtffcta, I -. ..-- .T. Ww HAniptrtd Iry f in l iWif W) ijis riitvitloR ito-- , Mov. mA jMffrt4liair gutiMU nrrt money mir,l Real Estate! 60 rival-bottor- a aSSnaWOtMHlnar ana ojttn imefmeni. Pttutt ms" lMfmMt tactic Exoltv1r. WriMoroMMtontat M MMk MfMt, mt VM HttM 0k, I naaamgim tavti timt.t Iti Mlsrld ofHotoU and oi.X fUMsT wie Atwam fin lwr INC 991,497,000 klats ttw Wsuetry to-- ItaiM'SUVN in I'm, jmsUcftv miVtmt la tSM uV sad "- - wnwiinaiun, d. c. rta( ' JMAAJ OVER 68 YEARS' EXPERIENCE slkaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaev ammm is Acres 'of ike fiKeet Kottgh 42 pjr - mr 10, land toeatett three mMe weM M ,intlvMe (vliQ mj Wt ynewlU census V' o Hartford. About 39 seres la cultiTJw tvnark mas nimki Bbout vation; Oood dwelling w4 out buildtbe sioilouii sho lnlury by an ings, a bargain for S1.M0. ' waiwmt BnMri to lite . lhpirxUon IrterHpanenl it, 469 seffes o tkm boWoa e&feotUt We' hare feanUy homo out Iby Mw toots. It land from ae as a feati to two ia miles of Hartford, part ci 'it with is ioible Ui&t the Bboes of ie coun try 'eout more thsai thoaa nva4e In Umber. 'Alao a.boit 75 seres of upube load,' belonging to the satae traet aomWotiher lands, but eo long as psopl of tho UriUtl StaUs afo nft' Terma (easy. ilia vkw of fee m& m 61S,700, ot- Wri -- ; r Fr,ee-TJ-ftd- 3r, to iwear morv) pyotpJo ajmd ? , , of any avhor country I4iy story frame i now one and .kmrnm haveno oausu to camiixlaAn. 43an M bunding with fire rooma and large aaaaal am. aaSaav Fraooiaco chironlde. rewtleon ball, built out of the beet , y Situated on Clay sofoctca material'. Fut Them out of Business. Tradc Marks Dcsionb Fcedrlca etreeta', Hartford, Ky. Tine Cmvrishtb Ac. t 60x305 feet Fine well of eolt to Uvo American workkwimn. fe ruble Anyone HMhw a sketch tad dMcrlDtton tn comtoniabV, notiw4tihj0t(arUng opinion tlefly ascertain our DAtantahufras whether an ter. All necessary out buildings. iHon M probably nnraunlca- the Wgh prto-6- , If h)e can l readily tion strictly eonfldenUal. HUTOBOOK on Patents Terms reasonable. eatfrM. Ideal aitencr for curing Patent. errtpJoyod at good wagKP. Today, ftww ratMM taken torouan nenn & to. receive' amMat him, wunoui coarse, is ug over, a vory largo porjitoni of pur poo-pl- a Good nine room twq story dwelling "iltiiHitlrt l itK JiAMnit am not nosulanly onuptoyad. Politi 7vimu.iiv a Centertown, Ky., Baa good da- A natiSMraslj Illustrated weekly. T areest Mr. ical uVjmagosusa hava been agttafing of any ctontlOo Journal. Terms, t3 ern, good cellar, never falling well eolation year . four pontes, tl Sold by all newsdealers. a rerluctloji in Tariff duftlnij upon imof water, good stable and other out ports, iwhtoh has oauead thia buildings, one acre lot of ground. A Jtrason once, 6K F BL. Washington, D.C. and othor cjmplojiens of laoplendld location for family residence bor to tear to invcut monwyAnd r and hotel price and terms reasonhare therofore iboan tonooeid to nldant able. Apply to Subscribe for The 'Republica and lollow a hamdto-anoult- h policy. BARNETtT & FOSTER, Agents, Wages da this country are lHng iwa- $1.00, per year. Hartford, Ky., gws, and Is waaTefd is to put tiw piollyocal ogltaor and uUrltt-rli)-Pe- r out of business, so that th D' " of labor will fei4 Boiie orvough to venture to statu hla miUa and hds factories and ctrrplioy pur idle lavM GUARANTEE! you a position lr you OM Wkamm need many more atuVV write us real soon. We the enormous demand- bor. (Md.) Journal TT dona at once to supply BA IS J for our (rrJduates. As soon as we get tbe required W tinmLwl The quiofcor a cold Sb goifcoa rid number optudents thla offer will be withdrawn. 8a write at ace for particulars. of the Io33 tiho dangor from pnaumonl . and other sorious diseases. Mr. Ij. Hall, of Waverly, Vo., aays: "I ftamly believes Ohamboiflaln's Oough Ramedy to be absolutely the beat- - proparatlon-o- n ithe market for BUSINESS COIilEGE t colds. I have recomaniended It to my . BO. W. SCHWARTZ ESTXilSHKD ISO-- t ljOTJISVIEitiK. KT, ratMoiFAt. Xnlonda anci they all agree with me." For sale by all dnuggiats. m sal ,M' J,"J'"1 aWaaf'ail saw a W H 1 a. H a Pkl one-ha- lf tbe beitr aboies tfaau brought hkto M eouAtjry tskerj tM praoe of a. soMr's wsynth of Mbor whlh !li4 hav Mm avntcd by as Anhjrioan iWavgoHworfex. Amjrloftu cajittsl iwlH a'o be favora biy vor uttfavorabay Brffecfied, The threat of ikrthcrlrifi! reduction has eomtrdbuted tongoly o the of Aairanloan securities during Hfhiiy suit year. During the tat bIx moraybii railbonus and stocks In Axnenlcan roads and industrial plasvts deprxia-b-- 4 several hundred million dollars. damagpgTie If tbJe TarMfianrashlng will sucoceed In what ho will undertake tlww will be a a'JU furtheTde- pneolatlon. The domlnamt issue iswlll our law makers asrve Amortcan labor and American capital or foreign labor and fomlgn capital? Wblob MlKensvllle (Pa.) Herald. -- Woman's Power Over Man Woman' worthy man. When she loses it and still loves on, one in the wide world can know (he heart agony ahe endures. The woman who suffers from weakness and derangement oi her special womanly or ttanism soon loses the power to sway the heart of si man. Her general health suffers and alio loses U!l fa.. tier (fnod Inn tea. fl dtrprinriiratiaaa t ad her power and preside as a woman. Dr. R.V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N.Y., with the assistance of hu staff of able physicians, has prescribed for and cured many thousands of women. Ho has devised a successful remedy for wonMn's It is known as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It VU positive . pecifio for the weaknesses and disorders peculiar to women. It purifies, refu-late- s, strengthens and heals. Medicine dealers sell it. No honest dealer will , advise you to accept a substitute in order to make a little larger profit. I 110 ail-me- 10 uwaKcn ana noia ine most tfloriow endowment is the power pure anu nonest love ot a MH& Llrar and Bowel,. IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG, Plcmat PclleU regulate and ttrtnztben irHHIV wjltKB Thos. B. WilllojraayJHddlcaboro, Ky. "Two packagios of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tabloia cured ime." "I had oeen troubled with conatlpa-tto- n tar two years and tried all of fchivirwrtr rth'vias' plana In Tahi and thov couM do nothing for nve' .. 1.11 s S 1 Dr. Pitrot" SICK WOMEN WELL. Stomach. GILLESPIE BROS. W.H.& J. F.GILLESPIE HAVE YOUR SUITS For sale iby all drugdsts. m Cleaned imviivun, At Age of 107. EUsabathtown, Ky Dec. 19. Probably the oldo3t pjrsoa in this State la diad at FJaherty, Stjade counfy, at tihe age of 107 yoans, JIrs, Jones was .well known throughout ithls section, and is survived by Ave childmen. She iwns a native of Maryland,! but had livhd in Kentucky practically all her life. Proprietors i Pressed Dye- mewiu-facIurK- ns Ifa-ji- B rd ' LACKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK special.attention. ing neatly done. Ladies work given Repairing and er 0L "1 BOOKKEEPING Buslness,Phonography POStlONS GDAMNTEE- TYPEWRlTINGand W1LIURR.SMI1 :l,jKrML1""J1!'r,.0,e2Perl" banking tttb TELEGRAPHV tSVr l'n mercantile basinets, also years rdncatlne I0.OO ajaTEnler now. I j, u SiSwS!iISmtn "" "ncresi nuiaujs as. saiTH,Luluitaa,Sy, r.OTKSmEQE Horseshoein a Specialty. O" r 1 Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Glut), Y. M. 0. A. BLDO., d I I I 'PHbil Mil. .Kco-roaa- Bttckbee's "Full of Life" Northern Grown Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of a3 years ot successful seed growing behind them. It pays to plant the best. Seasonable Specialties- Earliest Red Valentine . . $3.50 Bushel Refugee Extra Early .. Bushel New Stringless Green Pod . ts 70 Bushel Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax $4 50 Bushel Davis New White Wax . . $4 75 Bushel Currie's Rust Proof Wax . & 50 Bushel SEEDS BEANS Hartford, - Ky. HARTFORD, KY. tlS HEFLIN & CO., ArsmWANTD--A v.. RIDER AGENT and district t ride and exhibit bicycle furnished by us.TOur asjents everywhere IK EACH TO W1 rm m Jr Nil HONE VtEQUIJUJIJ until you receive and approve of your bicycle. vl hl The Kind You Havi Always Bought to anyone, anywre in the U.S. vnthovt a cent (Ufatit in advance, rriifkt, an 91 nw tkn nan' FUKE TICIAL, dutine which time you may nde the bicycle an cut it to anv telyou wish. If you are then not oerfectlv satisfied or do not wish I Sears the keep the bicycphip it back to us at our expense and row will tut b ml ttu cent, to man ClOYnSV lrP: "e tumisn ine mshest crade. bicycles It is possible save factory rftulVnl Sly.v t one small profit aboveusactualhave the cost. You ft Signature and manufacturer's full to $t middlemen's profits by buying- direct of antee bchindpur bicycle. DO MOT 1JIIV a bicycle or a pair of tires from an) out at any rfciintil you receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of aitar I and frvtt UVII rlvkahU tecial ffftrt to rloVer agents.our beautiful cataloeueaa ISGSBsCtbceSl., DUKEHURST. VAU inr ICTAHKUCS when our receive IUO nILIDt HSIVRISnCS ,tudy )u superb models at the uw2n3M lovtpnciS vcan mane you mis year, v e sen roe nig nest ffraae Dicycies lor less moot Dec. 19. Beoiple of tihis ftiicinltyana we are satished with It oo nrofit a bo fsrtnrv mi thin anv tier laciorv. UuiQknioat dome dsUvonirflr totpJCCO BIOKtjLJSIi'.af.tiius.'you can sell ur rnBB our prices, uers nuea ine aay received. liAnni not M second hand CYCI.KS. U I w ally nave a HAND band taken InWe doby ourrejrularly handle stores. These bicycles, of ilra. II. iA. 0anih3 ihaa 'ben on the SECOND Chicago retail we clear trade sick; liat for tsania tome. iSsfl eromotfy at prices number rangisirom S3 to 88 or SIO. Descriptive bargain lists mailed free. Imported roller chains and pedals, parts, repairs as) COASTER-BRAKEIrs, iWlU Htoies, of Owenaboro, Is equiaenlt all kinds iXkaVtlu utual ntaUKM, .ilsltdng- G. iR. Hloloey anid tonlly. HFDfiFHODN PUifiTIIRF-PDM- F Jlre. I. N. Jiffri-TjmMLwm LVMBm mtMW9 has been Mlslt-slu RiBsalPSa!aal." lng her 'brotiher da AVie;h3tier county I sample Latest Mo)l making; money U "RnnBer' "riujcrjuutariicuiartamiitmMtstrattnct. 3B u CASTOR I A Infants Tor and Children. Z4f&5i j 50 Bushel New Early Gradus $5 50 Bushel Horsford's Market Garden . J3 50 Bushel Buckbee's Lightning Express j 00 Bushel Lettuce, Radish. Tomato and a full line ot Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. Send for complete catalogue or submit a list oi your requirements and wlllquote price. Buy direct from the grower Save Money. Write today. Mention this paper. PEASaExtra Early Alaska . . . - .... - First Class Liverymari Centertown, - Kentucky. H. W. BUCKBEE Fsnr.j. Rockford Seed Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, Rockford.li -- S, m The regular rttatl it J"tlirtsu , 'i tSS) per par. tut to t "? !" StUymasampUpairlorttJOuhSorderfS5). I UKtS MOIE TROUBLE FROM WU WJ cks or Glsis wUJot let tho Slzt) air out, ..... . .liAMsanrl nalr 1U lasL rear. UTCTlWg HUBUIW thousand panow In use. 8 50 SELF'HEfLINu TIHEy, Toimtoouoc,m.Y m . a Sucoeaj to Tihie B3publ!ican. Organizing Big Concern. Madileonvdlie, Ky Dec. 20. ' oi rZ. J a 'T?rTl""i.r:i."...... - -- nunctures without' .. ruoDcr,wn.. r " J,:?"?.u.?"t.u " ,u: Cr..TJredi of letters from satis- -- ..,. 7,7. ,m .. '; STflSJ B5citomeisTtau1iBthattheUKhaveonlyleupumMa npwtwlcelnawholeseasSTheywelehnomoretfian inoTdrytlrithepnncturejWlnKquaimesblnggiven lheTmCT0IOniy41Peri'a'1,,, rovaL You do hot bay a ct - sail 1" ' 1 Kotloe tho tbiok rubber trea "A" and Duneture atrlrja "II and "D," also rim trip "U to prevent rim cutting-- Tb: tiro will outlast any oth tnako-UJe-- KAJiV IUU1HU. KIJLaTXO you nave examined iA fnnnrt Ihm rrlMlvn.rr.r..nl, aV, will nllnw e cash liso.ni! oi 5 per ceni.,(tnereoy maKine me price m.oo per pair) if jo -IV,I ..-.T..m.- nf .... Hu.....u.HH Vn. run no risk: I T vnr avi. ocnu. c u m.sm. auiami, ivii'iiuiuui. Mbe v.w.n. at OUlt expense if for any reason tbeyar '"...-J-. m returned iiuiv u " .'.?.."..?.. W. are Derfectlv reliable and monev sent to us is as safe as In these tires: you will find that they will ride easier, run fa.te-. ... , T finer man anv tire vou nave ever usea or seen as anv once. w so v4 pUased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your orde 'ktrnw' HitVou will . ttl order at once, nence mis remarkable tire offer. you to senous a don.t bny any kind at any price until you send for a pair "J" tires on approval and trial J JraatO Iledgetborn Functure-Proo- f atiove: or write lor our uixnre ana ounary catalogue wnic , ' quotes aum" Tand kinds of tires at about half Ihe usual staseriBes 1 nmoTTHisk.ov Ml hlm pair of tires from anyone until you know the new aad wonderfl UQ w7are makingf n'ly cosU a postalto learn everything. Write k, MOW. ""i "rVnVnrdeVmi;?! " 7l".l: .riic .!... Antlcies of a new corporation to operate in this county are being aruwa up by Gordon & Cox, attorwayp, under tho name of ithe Clear Greek Goal Company. IThie firm ia campoaed of Delaware, men, and it is atatol thaj- - iwdll ibuy one of itto loirgiest coal fields in thfe county, and "will rank wilth the largest miming concerns in Western Kentdoky. YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYH IK H Y H If YOUR BOY H Y Y TO MATHENEY & BATTS Y that SEND ;....;.. Why you Should Take this Paper. Because It gives you the neighbori hood mews. Wie county Because it glros you ' news. State Btdccause it gives you the news. i Beoausj it gives you the genleral Y Y Y Vanderbilt Training School IF YOU HEED SSSrii"1"" OT wfJklii .. norma L ME0 fCLE m COMPAWT, CHIMOO, maws. , I ! WW In Oolp Jrwt rm I I UXrtmAjfJQ LUiTRrUWJt. I C TAW wbjMaMFAOTOT W LB sases Jfew a a swisnasn A TRAUE.aaRRI iwiimii.. ..r.iw- - In I alleouatrlea,orno feai w oblalo PATENTS I TH AT PAY, advertise than. Uwroughly, at our I I ipsnaa, acdlalp you to suaccaa. pnotoor sketch for Band rwort I so inniiwury. an yearr praeUe. gMR. PAsaiNQ Fo trm odli. I i book do iTonutitie iweau write to rsrr 03-S0- B nnariinw mrrniNen. Slavanth Strssat. a u. cj. 1 Lades! ve MKAlS MACiUM u. Moy da.be Because it gives you up to pointers on your bualrujis. Because it futolahcs onbuntiujlniment for you and your family Because it tells you whone to got best bargalns. Bocauae i,t hielps jou to be a good oltlaen, bind Because it boonia the town helps the community. Because It stands tor tetfter broads', beCSen SrtnH,betterhoiraes better flaaima and better ibus4ot. Boauae your patronage wlU help to aks k d bfttor paper and oiw more able to promote Uww and ojthe desirable things. Y 19 Y Y Y Y the ELKTON, KY. A limited select school ior boys. Faculty of college-traine- d Our patronage hits men. come from several Southern States. Twenty-fou- r different towns in Western Kentucky represented this year. Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Baths. Extremely healthful location. $4,000.00 recently spent on improvements. NO SALOONS IN THE TOWN OK COUNTY. Moral surroundings excellent. UNEXCELLED AS A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG BOYS. Year Begins September 6, 1911 Write for catalogue. Address all communications to Nineteenth Dosk "B!' FOR BOYS H H H H tr H H H sod Keep fa StykbyReadi.eMcC.ir. andUirsfMcCaMPaltafW ' KcCarsMagasla.nlll Uhly at a woderata uxpaniuby kaaplng yon aonod on tbe ulott fashion lu clotbM and bats. M bolp you diaas siyl. rsmMMlccaNM, JIAL OPFER' awrals4orj t.U.cu-i'i- SLl V VN I !irbsClEJS..i Kw -- 4t ! XZS21S3R. ISSBl - i ifiiS9Si it lsBSSSpSBJiaf tot ireaiaaMue ot Ihd hSsfM will aha bio yon totaake In voar OWaVuM wiUnuUfuwu bands elotblaXbr alfMtd .UiUlt ii viikh will a parteot rrwjkint. ntnt r ISM r Um l'n Wr n ( uiaaogu. t ttn Tea flat rVaaaass rot rettlDg I duly aouaJ aMHatt. Oe a year. tooludiBg a frea paUetu. Sub-arn'- ia today or aaad ou all soua and FasbloH Dusiwa In each issue. Also valoeUN lutoriDatloB v Dor. ' I A Dreadful Wound From a ksMs, bus, tla can, nusty nail, fllwworks, or of aay other na- Jbane, damnrJs iroait utiitoiwitt wife Buokiw'M Anoiea, SsAvs to, , ptvrut Msad voiaoa. or. asatvjnq. its thu qajtstaest, suAMt for al such wovsms as aajis for Bmisc, Bedta.Sorea, l Ob aped Ma Sratiiotsa,' .Wat ansa, HaNkOs Oorus or Wts.: Se' at all iair I m MUmiQ-- m SfaksWrW bay SitaW ' ,WWaV. MATHENEY fc BATTS At ttW tat ista'sAt A aaa wiKiir IWaf'ltST AasTsMJass 1 2 asps tNitas) SSasU 4M SUsrT MpS, ! ikaur rrlvnda. dand tVr fraa klum laialosbw ud t Urise OOar. LCslW.Saf4VM7SIUsWMaf ttb ISswiy, SBJsplBt'f:!. hw" I1mr, " sW sst L 4aW) it L hj".-"- " i V . ',4 I -- 4 I',',,!,' --Jll'l i """""I'l1 llj PtKte Their Seff-Rdiant OF THE ESKIMO l W0if Dtm't i VfcrffWr J int. i LJ w; hn A-4- de! . . ?Mirfi,.n!i'lnl'tAi .A .? M Wf " It W1U 8V ' TOtt Mftny --. 8 toUai-i-! Carefully! ttte Jtorm SWMfier Md Winter end Is Wern Jn the tame Way. AffMfal i Tom I New York. The drees of the leW-m- o women la the seme summer tmA winter, ana is wonTTu the semeway, writes Anna Btstrue, wife of the Dan- i Thk entire Mode wi.xnd mwt b Mrid flttt at eadt ami leal titan' cwt, THmmf'jihtt your friend and rakthtaof thto Great Stele. I wrti Festively move from Hartforti to Hopkinevills1, Ky. REMOVAL SALE aj r in nn new i u n mf I will buy mora Your do M Hut vara Stair, aver htofore aatWa anama stoelr. mttat be i' rAT THE- 1 r IfvWe TTAIimtin MITr "Tea. we fed a dettfktXul tine, of .eowse," Mtti ytiuag Mrs. Cllftos tbe lawfBln after she and her Bttsaaad trstwMd from a few days' visit In itk eeuatrjr. "The Thornton's were .Jwi m hospitable as they could be, pat I doBt if Tom and I are eyer Invited to Rose Lodge again. I don't think we were a success as guests." "Way net?" asked her sister. "Why, you see, Tom Insisted on going out in our oar. He was sure he knew the way and he simply wouldn't ask. directions of any one. We went about forty "miles out of our road and arrived at Hose Lodge late for an evening dinner, when we should have been there for a noon luncheon." "That wasn't so bad," consoled her sister. "Almost anything is forgiven automoblllsts." "Not quite everything. Still, if that had boon the only exhibition of Tom's perversity in not asking about roads, the bad Impression mado by our tardy arrival might have worn off. But we accentuated it. "Tho Hanscombs, you know, have a summer homo a few miles distant from Rose Lodge, and when they heard wo wore there they phoned an invitation for us to dlno with them Monday evening. I begged Tom when we accopted the invitation to find out exactly how to go. And I spoke qf It again as we were dressing Monday afternoon. " 'Don't you worry,' said Tom. Tve looked it up on the, neighborhood map and I could find my way there in tho dark.' "'But you know these country roads are so confusing,' I persisted. 'Don't you think It would be wise to ask Mr. Thornton?' "'All right ngrced Tom, nonchalantly, as wo went to get he car out' of tho garage. "In a moment or two I heard the horn tooting for me. When I climbed into my scat I remarked that I hoped Mr. Thornton had given him minute directions. "'He wasn't around,' answered .Tom. ish governor of Oreenfed, la The Century. It ooseists Irst of a shift which. In spite of the seaie, is, sever-theleeade not shifted very of common eotton stuff, and out In the simplest possible form, with bo embroideries. Over this they wear tbe . i t OALL NEW YORK STORE. ah dcumin ni7r7MRPR -a rri rvWA inunsuAi.il tQltlll OQrVi m i ii ivr )ifni tt tr eM oat hf artee, f Jmmas4mmamaV a ihJ "impK-- OH Ammm BgiHismiliii t JHV JmwL VCnH ft aava after Ky., I am going to more i January 20, 1912. NEW YORK STORE. POSITIVELY ENDING JAN. 20, 1912. woman and child in Hartford and Ohio County. Ky. Wait wrt' W1' for th bitwst, moEtUlnirierciful' bona-fid- e Sale ever known. My.entire stock of Dry Ooids, Clothing. Shoes. Hata.. and Furnishings, also Tailor Suits. Skirts. Valices. Trunks, Etc.. is at'tha ktercy of the public to be slaughtered at cost and less than cost in 20-- days. Every lady and gentleiVan in Hartford .and vicin- j.i.'; - Ill XI T .4.... Ji".. j II .ix mi miv isiirc iiirawinfj your ooiiars away. iiy snouia aneuu niib tl J.C.f iuwy uicaiaaic. every aw,a-day. as this is your last opportunity to get such bargains. So come early, come often, come 1 AOi Suits nJVUl inAil DDcd To .eveJ"y.m-- n 1 "" .-J.- --- I-. !- 1 Cast Your Eyes Over These Great Bargains and Read Every Item in This Ad: Clothing Department Dry Goods $7.50 Men's Price --- $3.69 6.53 Eskimo Girl In Full Dress. 'T I' l i '"Why didn't you nsk the feur?' chauf- i do wish, Alice,' was Tom's crisp reply, 'that you wouldn't fuss about anticipated difficulties. If this little buzz wagon loses its way to tho HanBcombs I'll eat the carbureter.' "Naturally after that I dropped the subject Still, after a while I ventured to ask, 'Are you euro this Is the right way?" when wo turned on very rough road. "'Of course, I'm sure,' returned Tom. We go on hero for a mile and then turn south.' "That sounded all right, but we traveled on and on without coming to a south turn and I began to be nervous. 'Do ask that man where wo are,' I implored Tom, as wo passed a farmer. "'Nonsense!' he said. 1 know where wo are. Hore is the turn now.' He nimod tho car into a narrow wood road. "That doesn't look like a highway to me,' I remarked. ,' replied "'No, it's Just a Tom. "I began to think that he might really know whoro ho was, but vhen the road lost Itself In a large pasture my doubts returned. " 'Perhaps wo did pass the real cutoff,' mused Tom, casually. 'We can run back and pick It up, all right' "By that time It was growing dark, and Tom got out and lit tho lamps, 'dnd then we went back to the main road and I meekly suggested that we inquire at a farmhouse which we saw in tbe distance. "What's tho use of going so far out of our way?' demanded Tom. Don't you sco that I havo my bearings now?' I didn't see, but I retrained from telling him so." "I should have thought that you would havo told him so very pointed-lly,- " declared her sister. "Ob, my dear girl, you aren't married to Tom. He's the best man In the world, but ho well, he thinks he's omniscient when it comes to knowing roads. "At last Tom turned triumphantly into the driveway of a country house. " We may be a trifle late, but we're here all right,' bo said. Then he added: "'Great Scottl It's Rose Lodge!' And Rose Lodge It was. cut-off- "'I tlmlak. or bird's skin, with Its colored cotton stuff for dally use, and woolen, silk or velveteen for Sundays and holi- 1 ,LQt of Men's $2Q days. The hood Is never used by tho Suits women, who always leave It hanging down. Around tho neck the young Suits girls wear a collar more than a quarter-- $15 Men's yard wide, made of 'glasg pearls, Price .. .. set in the most varied patterns. This pearl collar Is worn only by young Men's girls, and by wives until they have $22.50 Suits got their first child. After that, tho pearls are' used as fringes and tassels for the amaut. $15. Men's Over- The pet garments of the girls, and Coats of married women, too, are the breeches and the kamlks. They take much time to make these garments as $15.00 Cravenette fine as possible. The breeches, which Coats are worn next the baro body, are costly sealskins or reindeer made of skins. They are not fastened to the 1 Lot of Youths' Overcoats body by anything, but their stiffness wnrf.li nn to $10.00. Our keeps them in place. The Greenland-er- a Q flQ price while they know nothing of buttons or hooks or buckles or braces, at least on the last women's garments. Tho kamlks consist of an Inner stocking of skin with the hair inside, Little Boys' Overcoats, sizes and an outer boot made of dyed or 4 to y, worth up to $5. painted skin in tho most screeching Closing colors bright red, blue, violet. Tho s price.... ....u.! most valued are the white which are used on Sundays, holidays, and on certain occasions like mar- Men's Work Coats .1.19 riages. Tho sole of tho kamik Is not price hard and stiff, but soft and pliable. Between the soles of the inner and outer kamlk is a layer of straw, that $5 and $6 Men's Odd Dress every day must be taken out and Coats. Only a few O QO dried. the national bead-dresThe hair-top- , is tho darling of every young girl, and is put up twice or thrice a week. It Is not taken down at night, and the women sleep with tho top hanging out over the pillow's edge, Please Take Notice. which looks exceedingly funny It one at night All persons indebted to us happens Into a sleeping-rooRound the top are wound ribbons of will please call and settle different colors, like standards, antheir accounts before January nouncing the state off their bearers. 5, 1912. If not paid by that Tho wives wear blue In all shades, time we will place your acthe maidens red, the unmarried mothers green In all shades, and the widcount in a collecting Agency ows wear black. All other colors are for collection. So call and forbidden. In front they like to faspay your account ,and save ten on the ribbon some shining object trouble and extra expense. For lack a brooch or an old ear-rinof other things, they will pin on a piece of colored silver or gold paper. To get the top firm and stiff, the hair must be drawn very tight In some the hair on each sldo of tho head Is torn out, and two large bald spots appear, which are not very becoming. $12.00 Men's Suits, all wool 7.98 12.48 8.98 .8.98 UijO half-boot- 1.69 10 Yards of the very best $6.00 and f 7.00 Ladies' Long $ 150 Men's Jeans Calico only 10 yards I to a Coats $2.98 89c ants customer while it QKf, $10 and, $12 Ladies Long $150 Men's Dress lasts. Price UUL Coats . $6.9? 89c ants 10c Hope Domestic 7ic 1 Xot of Ladies' New York Girl Suits with silk lining $2.0 Men's Dress 1.19 8c Apron Gfngham 5c nts Worth up to $20 8.98 JrOc and 12 ic Dress Ging- Our price Corduroy ham .. ....7ic 1.19 its 'Lot'of Ladies' Suits,in Black Outing Flannel ...... ..'.".... 7ic and Gray, worth up to $10 $3.51 and $4 Cordu- A Yard-wid- e Percal 7ic a Suit, Our 2.29 4.98 ro Pants price 15c Flannelettes 7ic 75c Inickerbocker lnJl $2.00 Comforts, extra heavy, 1 Lot of Ladies' Short Coats Panti price 95c in Black and Gray, worth $2.50lBqys, Russian Blouse $6 and $7. Clos.2.98 Kntkerbocker Suits,size4 81.50 Blankets, good size. 75c ing out price 91 Closing out OQ 50c Fleece Lined Shirts and Ladies' Skirts in all the latest to Drawers, extra heavy... 39c styles and colors, while aid 39c 75c Table Linen .., 5.48 $4.00 $5.00 Boys' Knick-l(?. ... 1.63 erboder Suits, sizes 50c Table Liuen, Red and O no $5.00 and $6.00 Children's All iol. Clos- ,.23c Blue .... ,yj(j Bear Skin Coats, sizes 7 to ingoii price 58c $1 Table LiDen 10. Closing out 2.98 SHOES! SHOES! 50c Irish Linen Dress, Goods price Sweat MenLHies' and Children's 33c 2.50 Ladies' All-wofor wofcH double the price. Red. and "White. On Shoos, 89c ers in left. Clos $1.10 Overalls While thy last.. .98c to $1.98; ly' a few 98c Ladies' Skrfs and Shawls ia 39c ing out price 50c Overalls Trunks and Valises at half $3.00 to $3.50 Ladies' Sweat all coloraland -- sizes. Prices price while they last. Come ers in Red, White 1 JO from 19c i 48c. Are worth and Blue. Price .... 140 double thtorice. quick and get you one. j Notions Ladies Ruiy-Tc-We- ir en's I Boys' Pants 1 48d H to V ,1, ol Sale Began December 28, 9 and Lasts 20 Days. 1 11 Nothing like it before, and nothing like it may ever happen again. Remember the date and the place. Come early, come often, as this entire" stock must be sold out by January 20, 1912. . THE NEW YORK STORE J. D. REED, Proprietor, T. H., W In (MlHAgan One Prie to You All. Every arhle in this Clos- ing Out SaWill have a white tag attacheko it with its Sale price raarkd in plain figures so a child, aWell as a grown person, can by at this g Out Saldvithout fear of things beingWcharged. GlosV-in- ) 'new trk store. r ii K GXTxtxAcU:. v Q&iWLy. fj i "'(let into any trouble?' asked v- '. f. - a3C6 share of the "Mrs. Thornton's laughter was rather mirthless, I thought, and when we went into tbe dining room a moment later I saw that our places were filled by two dinner guests, While Tom phoned seme excuse to the Hanscombs, Mrs. Thornton and the maid crowded two were plaoes In at tbe table." "You poor girl, what did you do?" Mjcd Allee's sister, sympathetically., h eetUtely hope you gave Mr. Tom seehHBg wfiea you got a JbbMM" intended to. bit when wo at nSffht, be said, mom " 'Oh, no, wo Just thought your dinners were good enough for us,' said Tea, with a weak effort at a joke. rushing out onto the porch. Warsaw: State of Kemtuchy, OMo nteJ caJ. Tfluoa., woaikon road.. 6.75 .J 0 j oofa., 13 Btook. T. H., fia in "Witeao rnotad J4ewky, Count, Regular 0,ctabt-j- r Term, 1911. teftP8Mj; u. ,w. m. aw C. W., !Wk at fcheOJ 1.5Q Is a complete Uit of oaicwln Ttw Qoumty Fiscal j b1 Passengers on the Southern Paclflo O oit4tv Oqtefrwr Barnard, 'M. B., vJuws- Da road.. 2.00 vem, j.'H Uw c'alras aUawed at bh Railway Also Take Linen the fctwnftw mmu omgaMBij ite m. at CrqwuWr, H. T., twmiew'aia Ataihtom term df tUbi) OhioFlacal Court. From Boats. tor kin UC.. ZM cmimrn at msruSa-- r Ocs-fry .... ,li...... 989-- ! oa hspof AmdVstycm,, It. A., iVliwan item, of aaid 4aM, wr Unra... Cal. Twenty-onnwchandld toratew San Francisco, .?LW Oowdr, C. B, feasta Road G4va itwdar my thousand dollars' worth of towels .... i 68 MMtton, Jflta P., k Co., ,..iV. si.'i day 0t Dmmkm. 1U tWe 2A hauw J1U1 Co., PlasMMttBIg ....... "lost" by tho Southern Pacific Eaver Dam Plantoig were ktodSteg , ter' nmm, w. p.. imwow $86.36 Crabtaw. E.B., tering tor akru houae W. f. TI KY, CWki railroad last year and for that reason .' 3.00 JaM paWall rj? women who ride on Its trains and Barnie. B. P., & Brat., j. W4.50 tNTER, D. CaoH, J. S., Straw tor Anu houm 7.44 boats will be compelled to furnish .. LOO per tor alms IhaufW MIMN, J. K., vvwron . ..., 2.10 .... .... '. their own towels hereafter. The tow- nianbetniAVp, W. C, Qoal tor JiaU ft4 MaDewftU, S. P. ,wkwroa 4ml loo f viiarmin Vtoman, cw; els were stolen from tbe washrooms B Count Iwuw..... fod. ... 1.00 jMeKMr, WW, mute 83.M Ctark, W. A., vtaww la OiM iwfeatta Unnlt A . (tor ..il many as a tor on the trains and boats, as i.:... . wc' " V atew Cata & iPo.. lMMAftadkH 'work at MWUT. Bur tU- J.,, -- J J L. P, S7fll . . ... . W I IV ' IlOWIiJHW hundred towels disappearing on, one HawiKitt, """" i iJttM 'o -u 'u."U. ""T.r t 1W t4 iAD lwua...... ,,.. run. Even roller 'towels were taken, tor lMattfu A MMk. rtakfcr. tua4,.., W though the company padlocked the BwidH, L. D., Uy& StoNk Iaag; CfM, J. ; hNwjt ea.... '., ....;. ...I 91.70 M Oook, MMk, mt UM na IwMab racks to keep them from being remm CKiMtMlaln, B, a., tw..., . &m.. . 12.04 PMttfkO, teT 9MM-laidW moved. Tbe towel thieves simply cut Ba4e, Mfk, pauywr cMte.. ummti kKMpatooM l-)MW, Wmtrti Duih Miairafttflo Op., ti'utw the towels and slipped them off. InaU . E. E., 4 ttHUtMC .w PatMPN, J. C, pw man.. .,. 1S.00 n. . dividual towels disappeared so fast i.,,... aanftarlMt. OMWt viwrtc that they were reeiaced with rollers Rt QHMn,WMh, Jimiill BIVMUB UUM'B JJ k TVilhwri. 4MNt, ptr iWijw . i. MM O Ictomat Bawx- Batn Baak. " ,' ' w after being used hut a short time. ...,, i.. Mm, twnfru nK wao wwt mm, P. 4., .... t " 1H0 . Virus T leJLa iarn il 1 AA 1 M MwdL Tkar TniaAit r 'Y wwv ! Baak "of wf KPvKWTt JUl OmUH. llVMt m Seas a Cure In Poetry. VM11, mmroUi Mi XttftHM, IMMMr iiriiton feavjat W. N., V Louisville, Ky. "Poetry has as prac-tlcao mv tm) UA MC Mnra,tarit M, HJflM Mm.,..,. S.W value M vaeetnaUoc," deetared Bwtotwr, j8. A., Mmy u.m 9 mm. "- ; it-anev. Dr, K. Y. MulHsfc preeWent of the - l-- . omi 1 AH MWb. ijm HMi0m put pwwi . vw Southern BepHet Tbaotogiaal seminary nMumi ilra. DoraMty & Mfct, m, Ml Uarfaat luftM gmprom it.00 ntui fo o here in a addrese to a leeal literary ' Xto j ,. WStk , 4at o wak m mud club. Duly read and appreciated, he 7JH urk,'T. n tMMk OH tmi,.. . w. ., om mm i m Hfrtfioa said poetar ta.a real'eure fHthe disMur Dm Bd oi m . eases wUjfeVteMt tbe fererlefc eueet wmk, ,t. M--, mrmmt a mmt wpnfyn u w. mmm mm m.M . Vor Mpraiw, ' ..... rl mm for gold., 1M Tlrtde, he resoe,.Ues w.q it ... r. aod In thf, w "limy fcJKJfrigl taMti m vm--mti m i m mm. ....'., VP (M9 IS Mfitt Mtar Ita PW iJWB P ... 0fMMpp ( Wl 'Mrlt by u 4rurt NflMi vtf f List of Claims. TUsxM, road 1.50 . ........ ....tt ... - ...7,v00.0v TOoasHar, 1,. .W., STEAL $21,000 IN TOWELS Joha, Walteoe. W. A.. WUni ier war on road l. iQaJflnB, 15 M r ' 'i e ..... '..... a4 lr awd '4 (r u .. EL jlil -, ka ..,., ..... wtad - ;-- n f- -- thi faii, .m al taw.,?wr. lftorM, m iu. Jf. W.;i- ,.,.i.... ( o tec.. a. .... ......,.... till XVta. Mb. Vv VlNMiW, 0m. -- vm t Mm vM to, j Bpj Kvk r j ..4.. votwiNli v4m' r- - .f mHOLi ! j.-,.,- . r-- j ,, I MWIWIjlBBWiM 11 '.