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The Hartford republican: December 6, 1912 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1912 hao1912120601_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: December 6, 1912 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V" '''"JWuffHmn, ..,,. ,.,,.,!,.,. 5KAJl..js, ..i. ,ftiTr X (l v"'r"niii,iin tH 0 Fine Job Work. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OP OHIO COUNTY Subscription $i per Year No. 21 DESIRES TO KNOW Leslie "f VOfc XXV. CONGRESS ON ri,it HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1912. to onintlniw IJiIm jiiin,Vi( unci D,n nffort vl will be jfi.ulfl to scuiD ftt lri&' u. bfuie Ui , viia wvls, M.uiy pi,-U- MUST MARRY OR LOSE FORTUNE mm PROTOCOL IS fir the hviUKUr.itlon, wJiloh eTirj-- fou.r ytnrs. r.wurB HOMESTRETCH After This Session Many Go Into Private Life. All o'Jifr ln, S'tlffat'onH, Itvi'uillnK V't 'n'J fio w.iVcl 'V JrplnB XniMt," iifid In o tb awrcllnrf of noKirnra for nimy inl tiny h'lM jhim 1t )T:lirlil J3uo I. Hojiatorn w'ki h.i(l reVjMlJ luliinxtoii toilny woulil varyjure cplnloM ai to thj outnyno ot 'Jw. sir.i- Klo In til i ut boly over iVin 'l,i&!ori of SIGNEHY THREE 1'rfsld'nt Taft M Jnau,Tu,Tried four yfiirs ao it wim pnly it fcnv (ijuvi nfbr a blizzard had delajed all nilm WlWii Mnrufi n. II Lose Greece Not Mentioned nl Negotiations. Father's wealth. Will Be Single u rield!nf itflcr. NARROWS. rn'Of-'f- Eyes Forward To Extra iW. I'irrrnitt:ian l iVao Parint P aovides Girl Must Respectable and Couple .Must Settle Down. Oniata, Neb., Dec. I. Bulgaria May Make Pact With Turkey And Roumania Take Her Place in Alliance. Session That Will Be Called By Wilson After March 4. Wa.iMng.ton, Syxty-ffv-ot- r. the 2. Tlve expiring iel.-Istjq- liero HunlAy fnonliiir U and mmtnx. Uroi.:r r UmaiinUrnii nn .nld tlm 01 iU'liw Whi) HV HlJUx'tt to ittio coiro pf lils MUbJuQt anjl id' j?j wlio tliltik, pi('.liPir Uiin thoj w.'io frpl, mint nwrnolai"! ih'fl t'onwcps will nHS,it"lle at Cur v,ll!Un R HnmrM. ChnrV S'lOf-mabc-fo- rn n Its final work ,nf UrUf wvlod rnm)itn-Ipwiik. Jiefqre limitations coaUltuthiruil .Mr, Kngt iWIV.Vi, nf Qw,TiniVjo;ro, d xuxny of bring It to mi twd, nnd turn uu axon's MiriVnyjai sun. n iU onv$iv? luck Into (private life, day. I.III, iiiinjln nppmprkitl'iii ov" J!r. i:. G. Jvtrly r.va-- s In OaTWlfjoTJ ti, u,un,vjn for tin-- ii,itfit uf tile uy-nu- Mntvi.iy. 141, iiniist Uo p.us,a.l; tin? lmjn.uli-av-.Mr. ,anl iMrs. o. h .Wlmiltz, JiTiviir puf Judge iA!ri'ili.Ud, of tl4 iCo'i-yirl.uii. wore Uie rikIs of Atr. S'(iiJLs' In ilw Court, must tie trl'tl nrtni'.4 trum ri'litiraiUy lUivtll SimrHy. SfenaV, nuny luMyttltr.v'.liiK co'iini'itf Mlssnt Clara UHir Mini I'Ji'k must qrvcluib liumlrUp and iiivik their and .Mj.Hpt-lArtl'W 3tlllr b.rel Jjinv-- " rjafar;ts; ami of leKlxlallw mat- - Ijam'cvrt, of lVlaiVicrt, w rs Ri'.e'' Ur iinuit ,lx iUaItiwO of. MIm Iriil'l T'pnph Wjrvluy. TIOMiiR'nont tjio as'ou. avoiding a !Vof. OmiriHbj Clnljitlan, (of lUie attention at Uio nrtiuil .work ir lavi"u i'r itirwhins on liaortlii;; Wirlslalkaii, will nui the prsspvlUiry (woor I'.r)9f. alndiitf fJlr!Un U r .tiw tV.ia on U ,bo raited romi a slunlnur of bxi.il "hci'.o ,ml our Wllwm liileti after I'rosldcitt'.-iL'.u- l fI'.o. po'ipla twe KbJ to lmvj ililin with im. March I. Sir. . I!. IJpiifnuv fvv a'Mil anaV'o Cn lmiljt'.efT". pumiumt ,to thl, w"l tills till ito fiU mlrTadey vsl'tin'-vfir'tili "lit (U'ntVns of tiriSf, un?wni.y fflnr,T.e Kfvrrlt,n. ilr. Iljiifrow Is a lar;s legislation. In Ui, cfC"t adv.irtia anil ir In ftho fliMjsrim p.J ni,'l"a-z'nrHi have Democratic iMilkrUta fuipd and nrel iljas kjVI t'vLs .twin Dnm.r'T.nr..' plans jmule bofu.v the f'OJMind iltllam wqtll iof fjn-.oni- ; r.'.'d n.Vn'jn'-ratlo- n omr into pmivr. and oVj I: Jor trantVaiitlii,;. It bt assured, miy the le!Vl,lt tv.t there will l no tirlff this wlntsr. Noltliur Is It DEBS, WARREN AND t'vit the currency or antlitniit iwo'd ma will rciUo mut'li uctontt'iii LAWYER INDICTED In or Sniat, tu prlrwlpln w.U of ,tlie session b.lng munflnid t prv.ar ifcfevi ami the,n ictmwit nf fnm, (Three Accused of Obstructing f the itnore Uiitvr,'.aiit b'Jls nenjllns on Uj itC.irulirs of the twn fioua". Justice in Suit Against bills fy rpeley nAtfM.''n Uirlii,!? l!ll for a H'fl'iiirnA of Appeal To Reason. ,vl-ivifi'-tw- Mtn toliy Ir. IJucniv diiTrtir. rf lJITT" vlilttvl ,nciUUien ilflJIJ (f'l itlrfT. Pvn, 'f Wie r n, nt c. p. tn ' nui tr'il ln. mwr ri nv m tv tC-- e litjoT, ihU"i Snitr yr)n' nv'l iiliy irfwutjil fur In.nwl'xil.' n would U 1111 tlwi. po S!v;pVtiiilKcii)n ,? '.- - pf llnuv In V "Jiy'' Stati'x.tb IViku lUI to irfvc JVOitjJ iM ci'vmM, In oji,i'rrail Anl iiKrlcultilnil ami t!i- - rvlutlon for u mntltut7n.tl aniiwlnvrvt Umltiln:; a l'nclilctt ti a sln?!e t?ni of six H'aw. Tlien Jiuusurri uiva ll bffin ulelxit! focy tVJi piouiys, atvl lino nva:lii?'l f 8onu kill J t!u xljit wlipfi aitlop vtyim v rpi U xnntff.o. Wito Uie unejiljit; of lhi nrwVn l) .ljuwn mway, itiHo i'uU tluin of VV" Capitol (uiil it--i iuJ.oltvbKr afiVi? bullcVjiss pnsn-'iiti-l Ivan., Nr)ynTbir ?.. On Fxl a fwUsul Wd'x?tnu-n- t Jic ttinJnut i;nci! V. Dobs. S'jjfcjUat unll-dat- e rctu-.-inr'- ' u Soclill-ipubU.i'itl at Glrjrd, Ka'i., and J. I. Shepparil, W'arr.in'p Vk'.ttrniy, wci Varrfn and arr'od Uo.re today by a deputy UnlVd s'jitcs marj'. nl. T.ln IrsllcMneint firc'l "ob Dlructlun of Justice ty tnluciltiK .wit. to Vvo Vi ciVJiUiry." tVi4 Waxren tind, Slipponnl wf.re reVxisctl on 11000 bond .qicli. Tlie offns chorso'l rwru,pr fo,r inrLler'.: Kr-d.- D. of tlitf .;ipa! to Wnnncn, !' K- - t(t IrvlAoinieni. to all,3i-- l Jn o.orrKicUo1 wlt'i the vajiltal. aiul l't?ii Wi cane of J. A. W'aylarvd, awrvw of tlw fmr Appeal to dlnson; City KdULor Pl3lX?r ! '.iown In tl ItriJViraTJon actWty. paper anl Vrttl W'ornon, w.'uo of 'tf-.n:wwl oi9,Unva,le .fVr npprct,rli-tlotw"ar- e w.ere c!iar;:'il In a fJL?,ral lrvV-rtTieTi to tliu lsHUd" twt ilay wltli iilMo of tlie ready oji1 w,H,l ;e HouM tpilw noon. mil la In naaUng osvwcvj mojllsr pon- FnpldnX 1Uft'i niesaB'. avIj JMnly, wrnlnis tin todefai prjluoa In ISfiyan- will b brou,s1it In tlv Mtawlnir d,iy. worth. Kan. fx-th- e wjtij tom of lii.i rMViun)-ui(l,at,Vrv- i qwril nyMid committed autetd year. weeks aso. Attorney toir t!no Q'Jlivr ftwo Ciair;nun of thu (Ifmise men filed a djnmrnir In tfe cape In ot yet tlis Fidiral Court In Taaaka, Kan . Alppia)rIti.tioii8 Coniflilt,tf?si )iuih rtticjicd lite office liut a mUHirriiniKt'ijJycwtoiridii.y. idhs que Julg? l'0Uoi:k t)w tlrst npproJ4p,rj,a,tlon um,r wiv,uni,ent. liua cpmpJejtpU rt"wr,t,"il Jijmvo a In ve i"vliy. In joan'UnK .Menilru-- Ivin bIj.v U-- romnmtvJ lw n'lt tk bill, and co'nnUWpp ,U will if miatil on by lip full Miuirifiw. This nwnjiurp carrion nnnocirJiirt5tii tor piJarleB in tjio K'sAslnjtlvf, nxecutlvo ajid judicial braiiriies of t)u (lOAieiri-mn,- l. CViiinilUcos qUo liavp tyvjii ai W on other iiiviaaurtfi and a htrliitf o bills will be ppuriil Into tho week1. Honso Vurlnx the next f'W p.pjro-rvrlatlo- jttr Astlvlty In tlin Sfccui.to usually Is limited until liue Ilptiue hits completed wio t tlie ujtpf j)j UiUon tmusuiv, ,bu,t thli ttp Itai ot JuJkv Archbnld iwjll enross Die Hiite Spjiii tliu bpKlnui"? of tjie BMtdon. new uiiiulrles aro In pronpect Svi-ute ICio llpuse (or the Hliort ftVon. Tim un Jiullclary CotiunlUee wjll Intp antllitrut piHbVuw ufio'it OhrUtmaa time, with X)ifi iP4 triat lni;coi--liiiu-iit l Inn ry Deb, Wannan and S'inr.prrl ,WjT,e cttrtd for rotxt'innt by Uio 1'V'iV.naJ Couurt lu Tlapikri thiwe nionUin "ro, on t,'v f.me a'va,rtte, which lil to today's aiinsf. time by They wire disci pirged at JudKe J'ollek. wini'.einpt oasa, At t.lv !vja.rlns pf J. 1. Sbc.Do.noue.'i of Kfiivm Cl'jj', r3ir;u. eirly a iwIhjuuv in, H'w Uvi.vervont,h L 'was a i;ovirn,niant .wl,n5-testlflnl t,lw d9Coavdan.ta Iwvd pw'J Ulrtn fXO to aso ,to CttliramUi puid rat titl'y In the aula use of' tlie malls case. Th9 .vbltt,ed iruy.meJit of tiie defeivda,nts moiVy lUt iald It was tp il(Uc):iaevji a debt. Tlip itnd'ments cliarsrlns mlrw&a of tin nvalla fl?uHmd firoiu tlii pablkpfln of )nllt!pns lui the an ar.tluW crltlcWnjf LihvpnMorUi IVenltentlary. t't tv y. Mnp ajiind)iifnla W 'Jn,o (ifitl-fxuCon-,civ- Caleb Powers Nowpofit. taw can bo n.coiiiiiucniU'U uiljourng, . Wltjier (tho befoi-i Ky., iNo'emb!r is Married. ot IJip JStavieuth irvinilid ,MUs Cwleb Fowera o,' Kentucky Ulslxlct, crV. Mill ul Anna UorWiy Kaufman ot thj e "money frutit" cpinniMtcn oskuJ, It U t,bpuicM. lo InwstlKuW Miss IvuiXiiiian, during nil ,tho the Trlxln ks NVijv HilftUml jtiUipitl wlUnV!"''. l.ninl rlbula,tlons aUpiuUnit Al iVniwJi- .ttn.'' II uy. exist nu'iil of I'owepH la MwUaibql piian.'.. .wlipt'. 4.M-inlnemalnpd ')Ultliful tli Jilm. fctwevi Vw QnwJ IVunk Mtil fip N.vv tlon cb.xb, and Jlantfoid 411- - Mr. ujiJ Airs. X'owers Jft alpar tli? Trk, N.ew Uaen ceremony for an exteril:id JiOA'y-nwuV "money trut" kn,vet,laaA,lo,a i , trip ,UinoBh Uw Eaat. h,e Judiciary Commltt'C e nos. Lexington, Ky. Dear Sir: Ifl sa'jtp of the tact iivf. the Pi:0F3relMe party ha.1 of Gtvrre to sin t'Ia Render-For- d. stuh 4lmjLtql taciy.tl.:8 tor Irvtorfnlny armistice Ls u,ico3tIWe o,f dlffjTit (SIUs F.ttlo lyeo Jtandir, yoiin5st rtatish and aruusuiK ,thp pcpplc, apil tha In f'.p fs,t rJant, as ter famsjly of Mr. and .Mrs. W. D. li'niler u,nd pp?ss ot Vie tountry wan a tacit .imilillcc '. (is lvn In ix(hsp? Ir. K. W. Mord wstr; unlt.'nl In mar- asiilnst V., nnd fpp it'ee mp-s- p,irt mlv Mr niu-Winn a iivpk ni'jrt m j It, riage ait Uvo (homo of ithe ilnrldo V-li'j pur- an.1 A!yi.tfcig reprpsentlng 't fir mom Minn a nrepk nlrrnly. lit - n': Thumday pv.cnlng at 6 lO'dock. Ilw. 13. Prw:s and platform, m W70 were uijlp in Impoa.'CljJr: fi'int tV ni'sio,;latkiin,4 Jury, U. UnglWi, Eaptlit ClHiroh W toys a,ttr tap cptabllahmcnt otf our ciatstor 10J livo tnvCd to blng pvut p.n p,qr j"1- - Pirfiormiod 1fve o:r,iinqfty. .Only Hoc rJn:nc - l P11" 'lo P a 'ole r ",ore ... ,f.,ir 1. 1 .1, ttianfv "" "',-- ; ...a,...,-.- ,ntn...l.n... " by dlato r,aUUvcs of the two v:crj Invll'.d, 000 tp difepit thp'lfpujbUcan peat-fiinin,TH-3uivas wqjj j.ionio land n,ft:r it,h,o orcqinonj- - tho xvalel a plurality of a million, and (to fiijpuvi tl.o ppcoly nrransmccnt al of a. jwcp couple left for Dr. Ford's rjssidenqa ya ten Um:3 a.s largo a ivpto In tfiD treaty w. pn ilta fntrfs, ns Main and Valnut str q'u. Bo'Ji tu"9 icpllsj as tliat jpirty oblatn-d- .. ' U runv NrMpti, in MOTdpn. In tun:w-irpopulOiT and have many frlands v m rjlio ItpuibUcan iporty, dlaruptpd fy I r . .,. r, . .. ... ui-- 3 nvi ui,u kjw.kv? is m;unujrp to ' Join In hest tllves. the n?sult cl'joj abovo and still piore torn Vu .vmi's'lcp pmn'ocpl would not be hopelessly dsoreoated by Uio PfaUTVtfp Shionraker tra'v of ,tlio evito. Jop,-pof Its lealqrs, is doomed, and tia ltvcj In Cu'.tfomia' nnjl fhie proportv CHECKb DClNu represpniting ttie baa In the mnd ,riipe Xiv Greek ab parly, Is In that state. Gharlm a nil ti- stentlon piny mean a stIous split pjnons of j Its old ldato, (.ecomies ;hp Itopff will and bAters Cram tled cupy of tl the allies, aT&'.n.? fr.oin iia'ouitie.s ppn SENT PENSIONERS of th6 pioplp and tlip dntad af .tilie crjplc t CiVnniirn,'icr and hts lnwyeirs lo ci3rnkrs fiie ppsir slon cf"SVonlkl bQth In Jio'itlcp and business. an! ptniri hU cliims. If tn,5 jp.in. man d)" tho insiotice of t.'io GiiqjIm on thp yipt The recent Democratic victory woa not ti'iijeoiiil In marrying a respwfib'.i ulat'on of AAriannple, Scutari an! Gov. Wilson's pafm not a landslide. I within thr 'lj'otted t'ini, tho $lj,fl sl-System of Making Payments Di- - was only Jan Ira. about tbe ansvp as that carfC In will fijo t(i l.:s fo.r.er K.si"r, Oti'i,fr .jpttnifl whi'icii .maj intlurtni''d for ilr. BFyan in 1900 and 1903, In rect From Washington Is mhl)Lln Santa Uvbaju. Ypuns iv. Uio s'jtualipji ai to be foiund In the rMtlon ait Urge, and in Kentucky, It miiltcr Atvl his jlstar are Vie only nvemb fact that Turkey uvcenUy sought .o pfef les Ililf was many t,housand Being Inaugurated. ma- ei's of th family. The Kir I Ti'acJ-icomelude a srpatate trciity of Yipo wjr? coat for the DAmocratlc ticket tur'ty S'ip'.'Jmbcr II, niix,! yt)v, atvl If with G.m C, tliait Uulgtir'a acvpiirently in 1908. dp,-!- ! s Is not nijrrlnd by tha,t tirne. Is rvt willing to e,nter Into an alllam AVO(7li!ngtOin, Depembtr 1. Tlie new sy- Already W. Taft proposing cprcr-enc- es all tro property wilpo tp ri:r. In wlUi Turkey and ,hat Uie altls ari teim fit paying all ipitesoins pn itfila Fcdar with the nioro .nisjiiapitabiB arv to Chls i;.0(W, tho i)hlF ahofpiak-e- r desirous t!.o.t Tnrkey pi fill pn,fier uhe pension rolls cvpoicufi pgenls of direct fnom AVaiii'tlngtjjn beUr concealed last about JJl.OOO to V e BUknn iCuri'pms Iosue. Instead of through .the elshtepn pension business, tpge,ther with fche trinvnert years agio lire. Shiitrnakr llcl. Tlwre Is a .rumor In SoHa Out a too agonpliep, wfliloh will hp pbplshpd Jan- and Ue ambitious ito rieorgooizia Imv'ng fcoc son J3.C00 n cas,'i. ,U 'its been juidp to fubstltule siirled out U ft e tie oauntry Uumania Xor G.reiHie in t!ip Bakan uary 31, Is now bqlng Inaugurated bv Itepublfcan party, whtoh tlip iviitartou the rnplctn pureau. Cih.ocka one fuelii? crooks Iilde Ui ,tlip backgnaund unt HI"' and 'iuiniler;d Ills lnhiy,',t)ricr. L"agn?. It aaams clear fnom tle nspart a:nt 300.000 pensVamKirs in fl'ie spntlnn the time tp use' timm Influences mpy fj.'.li'r, knowing Ws wayward c,ree, that Bulgaria will listtoire tlie Gre" lleTe,tCfp oo1?r,td liy Ui,e ngenCiefl a. construct will not fool the peiople. made the peculiar will In prevent u utf'w ,to army in OaVDpf&l Augusta, Ga., Bas.Vin, Cpllu(mliius, De!;ind an Thp PirogrtBJslvo pprty has no purr?p,UlUpn ot JiU son's caniluct. Peninsula.' and to send fir itltef. Ao pose In common with these men ana troit, Washington a,n,d S(an Ernpicl3c.o. "T.'ie girl I nvinry," 1:k saip, S;nult be IJve Dard,;ne,lle. tdve rela,tlons The personnel at ,the agmeiciiias ait In- will make no compromise w alltanP of Jlns right sort. S) a ruufit not lo one between Gwiec,3 and Bulgaria nre KJioiXvlUe, ' JxiimUlp, Nb'V with V'.ein. dianapolis, tpo txfuU above my ihead. I am well st:a'jird. ard tliffn; plgns ot ilosswisluin York, PihltadeAphla. !and Topekfl, wjhlsh but I malice ithat I aim not Mint oimong tine allies l,?ave Cue eltuAtIoa Tins Progrpeslve' party jras a pnnVte liave qoompleted tlvalr Nuvrniheir pay- pla(Xorm, I on.ee was In Ute way of wt:lidly posiwhich .Is Va pnogram, anl full qf d,an,serpus posslbiitlits. ments, will soon bie tmougf-r- t to (Wash- will welcome tp J,U ranks tion. Thp girl must be gopd onl lipmo-likall who It Is iriqpart;d tla,t Fi.'ance Is trying ington, ye first qf itrve a,?e(ncy fcraiu-fre- s agree with Ua principles, but its pur She must bo able lo cpok pnd like to p:irsuade adqpit a less un Greene ito to tap Pension Buneaiu. cure of a houso. I wfiltO. a ho,me gttl. yielding poses are above pat.rana&e. and It win attUtud'?. l,t bj undeiis.!iool Social nftont3 aite bebff mpAe 'jyl face defeat wlUi unHUninlahed cf- ltjip fi,ct t,ha,t we will ha(e IU.W) and tlnranplut priwsure and tliat D,xv.enpor, aammilasloner of Pansipna ye In.vlIbi' goverjinja .with whfeh to stant iifp Willi xvX. In of tiheilr had muh ito dw wJWi the and D,r. IVipmowion, Clilef of lt)he (Finance thuif'astn until ovppn-tuet- it Inv.rsJble me to nvarry a bu.teir)y eort of duce ttiuslasm untll tlie wlU'.nsineas of (Virvla Dlvdslon, Bulgaria avl ito make banks and pfinstomors a girl." Is dtriven trotn power, until tn cnnclUde peue, and. In (his nertct, ilntienests ana valued as highly a It was augg?at?l to SfionmaJo'' tint Greecie, wfilch :cur?d Her vlotpiles undefeitiijid chie mew peinpion clio(ek sys tem. Fqr Vie first time in Wtpny. U'.e materjul InteresU and thB broadvt' hp moke ia mirr,Ue fp,r "comwnlence." wlUi Lsa cptptiiise, Is betar a,ble to M penAlpns will be paW ,wJVioti(t fthe fa-- - qf One In ,whlu!i the brldp and g,rpoin Unue (liMsUUU'-a- . a njlur American Is jrejiuziw. mallty of vouchiers, yip phecks senvlng wo,uld seperaiVj ilnunjaiiaely Piog.ressivi) oornnm Tlip Naitjlonal tttler the N the sa,mj9 purppeu by a. ri1ul"irnen(t pn Diepembier U to meets In tlie wlfie tp tajw Ahp J3.00O an 1 peirjjniioivy In the plan ln,doiiBernnet by the pensioner Fall to Raid Saloons. Sh,liOimakier $10,000. for tjio future, and tiiA I may KaslwUle, Tenn., I?C3mbe.r 2. (file presenpe oX two wltnes:. "Ujiidv ithe turins of ,thp wlil fchaf. can be able to slve an accurate mqpart as not bj lo,ue," 4ve answivntl. "Kftth" propjsed 10.U ot downtojwpi utloans (a&:y Tlie pensioner also must stfiow Jo the to the sJ.tuV.lon In Kentucky, I wpVio iNewsom and Andfirin Indocaes bis certificate, the numbT wms probably afraid of Just .jch a trl"k by CantsKtibls to ask you to let me know at oame ho; as tint, so lie Inserted a clause, whir talleid to niiatnelaillze, tle officers giving wlilqh lie .must tpjly wtth th cepMflcate our qtirs sitand hi wour county. iWCietti-- er ,th,e followlna Blgned .HtottMiioit as nu,nibir qn lUne alieicks. ,Tbe maw sys d t,liey are rijady ,tp go on with thi w,3 jnust ilw arifl 'siled dBwn.' out ten obviates tle ru3cppUy Rf rTaIp' flglut anil h Sp, If I'm to tjhe morey, I'.v spt to to Uheiir falluir,e to execute ,the t!irea,t: other lnXornu,tlon as you may Vvuik Important. Please lio get pxarrled very aon. WVlqwis ntj not "Np,t evAeJvlns Use old ot ifellow offl-cs- from the penstoni&rs. Uiajt .we expectpd, w fcjeil tijajt we qareful ito make yoar injport eiecire! barned." are ttna-bl-e to cope with sucih a l,ir,Te Grand Chancellor Coming to tlie aJnClnwjnt tliat-- ' actuuily exlaU In Incorporates Tobacco Warehouse proiyirjltJion as tliat now on lmnd, but your (community, as well o.s jour perHartford. Jiave toenn will try itio tako up tlie slituajion In tho Articles of lncprjorU(tVm and Seal J. N'JV sonal vlws. Kevrer of Records tiled by Oip Owiervtlnra Tptiatw, Varc- - rvar future. Foster, of UoubJi Hlvtr Lodge No. 110 K. Par.ty alieeelancp nnd tlw tnpmoiry of lipuse Cpnviuiy, IncorTioroting for $J0.. "It lias been rumored tliat this w.w ot P., Hartford, received an oflcUl otiisr days Induced many tp vpte tor 0W, wjth only th.m ,1. P. stio',khiQllt'rs. dome TwUy ifior graW but tliat is iintrii). comniunlpatlon siting tha Pa next Mr. Taft. jwiio are wlUioujt sympatiiy All we wont Is out alslUs as offloem." d liamanl, pf LouW,vllle, holds fyrt (wiiici contrplll Tuesday flight Deppmber 10 the local with tjlie influences unjl fifty of ttw flv (liuivdre'l lodge ,will bo visited by Grand phoneel-lo- r his ailnilnlsArat'on and nrvnlnaiVon. TtwP shares, und J. II. N.ivp, ot On'jruiboio, Wilson wpU as tlio May Change Day of Carter and Grand Keeper of Itecords we must try to ,wln, as VUsk-i's- , liolds i) no Imiulrtvl, jwltli J. DempproitB who ore sure tp bjicpimpaUK-satlsfliiInauguration. and Spol J. W. Carier. Evpry Knlirlit holding tlip rpnui.ln,lnK titty 'iar,e. Tho wllh U our view to pnvsqnt (U Washington, Dumber 4. Should tlie of I'yUlilas U requested io bp ooncej-Js niw a linge Ipose the iidnia1atra,tlqn of the govemn-"ithat mooting. Willeuf tobacco Jiduj-In Owerbaro vni suggestion nudo by ProsIl?init-cV.P- 't during t,lie not lour yiears. Yours sinson 'rogsidlng a cltange qt du,tj for t.'U will oneratp, It. LKSL.1E COilB3. cerely. Notice. Irutgunail rrqnioutes be o,Ioptid, It will MeuiVr pf the IhrogivlNie JCpAWoal asida a cus.Um that Puis been lu Tlie Ohio Coumty A. S. nf J3. fl meat Committee. Coiners "Mint" Seized. I'hilutto'ohla, Pa gtitflnay, .ivani In call HJslan at lTVfiIif 2. flun-dr- existence plivre iWashlnKton 1 illairs ami in lit NiOw York City on Apill 30. 17S9. of countortilt jhulf Deipmber 7tb at 10 o'clock a. m. ,top,w-sldHe Advertised At Last. luctiip'r a oomjleite an I Waslilngtau's ivvond JnausunULlon oc- vt nipOdii, r lim. we tb.o question Implaiueatj for maJtlriK bq,-u- s ivqii(.y cyruil In this city on iMa,rcJi i, uh has will cut out tho tobacco nrpp for tiiu ye,'ir Tliere wax a iikin In our .town, i ,wondiirouf wise; were seized by saret 8'crvlce aents l!it that of wry oMwv Irsehln it;vii to 1913, or limit the ucrtug. and als; to Anl iv night la a raid qn u ff)fJ fin jhl city. Mn ,'l'aft. IraiiKiit any bualnpbst.lmi limy tym.' lie swotv (It vvs ills fHilVcy) Aiexavdpir Garnlor end '11 wlf), filiv, Mir. Wilson's change PX iVito for the uii. livery local n!if)ukl liu,vo Uiiv d.il'i- lie wpuld not oilvprti?. n'kxrged ,wfi (.ounitenM.'-In- great display of pomp and ferpwonles, g.itfs Jin'snt. The wool nrqiMers ar call But one sad day he ajlvTvlUod, wjr, a,rretd, '" and tour aVu.r ier.tpra found In suriuundlng Oip Inductlpn Into ofluve' of id to meet wljii us ftlw swue day., Aivl itlrjreby lianas a itale, ai-hfjid by t!e pollco a aerw President, conies as tlw rfsu,lt of The ad. wps set In nuUOiiia.U typp L. U. TJClUiNOU. lno'ns , the.iiionse ,' t,h,e 04'lta.tjpn reiairdlntf a County Qh'm'n. fK. 3. ot And ftyulxfl "Stwrttfs 9ale."i" a.i wltAfs. . i Uate of Om,ih.a mr be miTirted Sr'ptemb'r II, lUtJ, or os u leja'y of JIS.OVO wlllfl him on ton.Utlon t'mt he lias a wife and Is .Uled on or before tfiat dati. Stioinaltif, who llvs at WJ North Twinty-wvcrrati'ait. OTia,'ia, ' at a ill's to kqy.v whwre lt Is ffjing to find the girl, but lie U Roln;; to dj his btat, ha, tiif, to win n. and Vie. $15.0M. "Hut In wttnriuiir. 1 It only Ret a wlf, aal $10,000," ys he. "The Q'.hejr IVJW will, urnlr tlije tcvr:ii, of t'w will, ko lo my ," flva y.irv l.i hit'trialrrf was 3lv-whloli to u'ln.u. wife.' lou.r of 2rm jt.i-- i ,to thi haio jrpno by ond - is r.n nsa-srxil Ifiun wlin lie sti-.'jelliit tfu-rIs a irod xeni'on for 'Jhnt. II,e has. fir four cnr, Iwm In a pljce wi'iari',Jw had to Jp rxiy "ijt-lns.- " s Croi four yoavj'. ht had no opjfMf.wn'ty lo find a wit, and know not a KinuJo sjx! v"i: will fill t'm down In ttw ia'.W oi h!s mcaiu.ro ap foster fathT, Josiph i'.uvnin,k 'r. 513.000 Is In cas'i and Tl n Intra and U In tiiu hauls pf tie fi 1 er tl. ro'r.'P-KTlu-'TiA'.Din-Vih IowVot, iQ:o.vnbT Fpni'rxol pin u.'imlt'ioe wjb slgriiil MiN lae Pivenlns- - iby Vv3 deft'eat'.-", t'-- fat,-.?- TucUh aril riprwtnUng Hvia una iMonten:Bito. jiylo,r lo tfiis iVieirp liail lTn a Iqng Brunei (it the TurkWi nwuncU of inlnistfirc ilojionlil, c fr?i jkrccpraxls Mfrmlttril fiy tlie tilH, Appvently ili'ie Gir)pl ilfHilTiJ did 'nn tt've cvrxVfol. PrTnfi.t nqtfilriir Is iCJaiVly KaTion pn tfibi point, nor of ,tfTrj tvpnis of il-- p.nm'.pit:L'e ny? irfils-f- d alto .t nt nnd jind so diwupt,:d (wlr.i comniu,nli.a- tlon tliat WaiJi'tiRtpn mtis s,hitt off from ti'i" otitrid'3 world f,r mftny ,'pur. Thrtn,is .Teffervm, the itiilnl HresHe'it wns the t'llul to ,n.Ti Jntp Nad wpatlifr for Jils Inaugural, lip 4jjnel gridt Utnks ot unow atiil jttirlDUS pol.1. M'idljvjn, In liJs Jnxunuiul, nntl Jlonioe at his flrsit Indinnt'on. (fvd to ihaittle with the jele,nvnts .to Uie great liscioiniflt,u.-. of Hie d'oloinatlc President Grunt, wi taking 3i3floe for the ?conl time, cP'irlenp?l a JjlUzi.--d Uhat was mamomble. It ilehjerl nil mannor of tra.ff!c fqr sEA'pral fliyi. Hajva, GarfUld and Cleland 3Uitt5,rI almost as serveirely np did pnesM3nt Orant. Uooisevelt hid pnopil'.lus ekljcis. The slurps at tlip D;ireiu think Governor Wilson miust hfwe peon delving lino t.ip recpnls of past performances, ns lie has lilt on an amo..t Id.t'pl date. Hlnce 1SS1, It wps dtvov-e,re- d todaj', .tliore .has lieen pnly one urtplqasariit April 21, and tlifit was In 1M1. 'IVve 23 orvl 23 ilavp, (as a rul. iHxe.-utlie e coi-ps- Oat Letter to Progressives Discredited the RepubliSame Influence. Combs Sends Election can Party, But It Is Under ijJir,T order to lavin fiiqw top Prpgres parity sUmlu In KenVJicky, Mi. Iveallu Clmbi, mrnbr of thp PfP0faf slve Js'atAorit ixwnmlttep In Kiptusky, has Juflt sent n letter ito pjl ft& '?, xunty o'lflirmien In th Mr. Combs nvlll niake a r,cipont fqr ffCa-tuc- ky t the NarTion.il at Wm meQtlrts Prognssitvp oommlfpie In 11. Tlje le,tte,r, wi'alc,i is Rent iwt( In kIvio Prt-gros- r,e o reads: tolay. 1T:n Tffunl leen sloinpy. . t 1 ti-f- i "-- l "" uy i oljc-tori- I .,. & .,., y Ts l.i 'rRJjT iw s fo 1 r'j. lmru-dUts- ly ut-ta- pn-tl- e. ex.h-iusU- itais ni-m- an ' mai-rla- gt un.-- rs Jiun-tire- l d, cor-iv- t, o st lUf-UfpT- d fr , w-- g, e , V - CHRISTMAS IDEAS FOR THE fAELE I SAYS SHE'LL WED NEGRO FIGHTER The Love Letters of a - E VK&i& ,4S?K-i .ws Confederate General . . - , Vr:?t ! ft ' , "I I mmm &am&i8zg iV r. &i(&&d&hi.$!n&twv a KH i , White Woman Writes Notes to Colored Pugilist, Father, Irate, Washes His 'i Tnn taiilk. It Ml f tho Ciirlsttnns color, nnd tli more vivid n table Is the linn nppro-prlntFormerly tlio tone win given by holly ami red ribbon, but lutoly tlio polnsettla fcis superseded tworytliliij;. If possible have a huso mast of the nnturnl llowera In tbe middle of the look lovely when nrrnnf table. cd In one of the miniature peach baskets to be tad at the florist's, glided If desired. The vffjet Is heightened by bet or flowbii iioldkim foii Hands of Affair And Criticizes Wife. (' k'ljro. I r-. e. 3. -- Midi C.w Ton, ') n- - The i ti t ilJ girl f.o:n to w i. k J.in'on, V "iii J of utU!niJ it. mylrloiwly cm J nzr sh Mlntv 'Vpo'lx rUiTl)l,'t, written over fifty I o.i.' of ottr national heroes to Ins iweotluurt dur is the period of J, di to '05. Th! great gem n' v ill go down to one of the . imtcr!tv as Ani ncior.i'i'.i-'ic- d . in the history of r.J most brilliant feats of arm the world. He wis as great a lour as ho wa. ,;u a general, tlierjfore thev letter combine rjjv..F- ' I tlionfii tii.tnrv.ind cvnuidra romance. Thcv I smnid n luiin.iti note that no other worl: of lt'cratiiro Ii.m done in a liernde; it n war, it h rornnre, it h litMorj', it n Mric an inside literature. Von simnlv r.ir't allord to iniw thi. story of the Ciil Wr rnv puMMied for the fir- -i tune anil containins .ill ..., .. . ..r t.,. Vr,t TI,j,. li.ttiT. will n- rill vim li.inl i. ..v ' iJ in ii iunivi'i"'uij Iimhiniriff Situ- n,..1 I., .1.1 ...... ;..,..HK , fp.., lirii Ii, I 1,1., l.'ill .lilt t!u.111.1 Slltl it . ... ..., a .1. ' il II 1IWIII 1,111 i 11 ll"l" ,,l, ,fc. V now before iott fore it. love-lotu- hcitt WCyearreal ai,j in t!.- - Nowm'x-- r iuiea .vn-- i f i ptrV ' .ff?riw!hJ'',fajLs .cilv?, . kT r'JsVC - ui-iiii- fits city. from 'Ji lwd hern Oi'iwut-l-'t- l I rilm;iT-iv- il having a bunch of polnsettla at each plate. If one cannot afford tlio real (lowers or but a few of them they can bo made from paper so weil as to exenpo detection, especially If mixed with a few natural blossoms. The candle shades should be paper poinscttlas. edged with r;d bead fringe. Tlio Ices may bo served In polnsettla cups on standards representing stem nnd leaves. For more elaborate effects garlands of paper polnsottln can bo bought and festooned over tlio windows or from the chandelier to corners of the room. It can nlso be draped ou tablecloth. For a place card use a polnsettla blossom, with a tiny doll head st In the cup of flowers. Should one not wish Wa'l'iac.ton Hotel, wh Kij'aj with liwr .iiurt,tir, Pictorial v Mr. Pictorial Review V 15 uitt, .lme i & wk r,!:nfr fiium vaunly noo. J.v'.l itontl.ijr on boml of nwiwiisi.v Nw Yolk Cil, Cent a Copy One Dollar a Year Jt n T o Oa.il iron slrl IMt ti'w Vi itelltns; lior mother h!is win R)lns to w srk for a dnwi'inuK'r a.. TuiMft i Str oi and Ikhlgnn Ajpnw. . 'i2 l niuiled :ij a wHjiajs In Vic MJse aff.iliv-.- t Joi'inson Uo pallns wens asked V! CncIoscd p!cac V find 23c. for which v nlcam send mo I'.R. for V Nov., Dec. and Jan. Name $10,000 in Cash Prizes ana .tocrai i.omm.sjions 10 our Ask for Particular 222 nrcn;i, THE PICTORIAL REVIEW CO. Wett 39th St., New York City AdJrest MADONNA AND A CHRISTMAS DRYAD. to use the puinsettia plants as favors the small red sleds filled with candy By ADDISON HOWARD GIBSON. Copyright, 1910, by American Press Association. CTSTEr.prrcB me noLtiY, AN(1W. uoss and ob- - are new nnfl attractive. Those can also be tilled with waxed paper and Ubtd for eu lives. Santa Clsus Table For Grownups. Here is u table that can be arranged with but little trouble and expense. The centerpiece consists of a toy flguro of old Santa Clans standing on a mound of snow made from cotton batting. On this mound are placed little Christmas favors done in tissue paper and sealed with Christmas seals. A wreath of holly surrounds the centerpiece,, The place cards are bells, und the nut dishes are made from pink nnd green tissue paper, while a row of tiny candle surrounds the center of the mouid. A large Christmas bell TUE S4.STA Cb.tCH TAllM!. trimmed Willi holly bangs from thu chandelier t It It string! of tiny chlmci reucldng to i side, of tin- - table. A White Christmas Dinner. If you have li.nl a ted Christmas dinner so long ili.il it pulM substitute a mww scene trcen and silver, i'ut u long oval mirror in center of table, tsi i r round it with miniature cwrgrccus uud ,irlitUc the sitrf.ice of tlie mirror ivltli mica snow to leprcM'iit Ic.' On the mirrored ponds have Santa Clans cm a sled drawn li lelndeer. 1 1 rots liliu la white colored with t nml ou his hack have a p.ick tilled with small iMvuru. Tie e.idi gift with tinsel silver cord uud rni It to thu with i si' "led pl.icu various card leprcMwiliig u ,uu x'iuu attached to the nrHcr cud Dili o u simitar uilrrir masked In at each corner, and on it stand oilier candle wlt'i shade of while sprinkled with diamond dust und pel rilled." jialntul In wl.sdetoe. The dryad, thinking tho play had proUse given and white cakes and ran diet In silver h.isket.s or hive moundi gressed quite far ciuugli, niado no an- .er. The man started toward tlu if .stiouiuAi iiuule of I'ottou lialtln ..ring, whistling. .Suddenly he wheel-tr.iul tlnstjIiH) or the bought glass tilled about mid called hack: with nuts and candy. Ttwro could bu "Mls Dryad, not being familiar with i mound bufoto eucli plate. yo'tr of ethjuytte, I hope you will In-?- eon over-gree- pu-p- was Christmas day. and the sun shed a golden radiance over the Arizona desert, brown breasted and splotched with niesuulto and cactus. As the cow pony bore Loin Warren over the indistinct trail she took deep breaths of the ozone of the foothills. This Is llvlngi" she cried. stretch-In- s her arms toward the trce3 which bordered the canyon. "It's grand to spend Christmas nil alone by oneself out on this great desert. "To see me now no one would think years old." she laughed, me thirty-liv- e swinging lightly to a seat on a favoring branch of a live oak. "The west has given me b.ick strength, youth and well, in a degree forgetfulness of tl past. The change has taught me a wonderful philosophy uot to keep trouble." Shu took an npple from her lunch bag nnd ate it. rfUV J Smldenlv a stir 2- - 4 in tll mauzanita R k 7lrTtfR' bushes b e If 1 n d . her attracted her Peerattention. ing through the leaves of her retreat Lela saw a tail, well built man In hunter's Garb picking his way through the chaparral directly toward her tree H e approached with the elastic-treaof virile manhood, resting a tall max in his ritle against hunter's ciard. the oak. Tlieu ho flung himself at its trunk and stretched his limbs upoti the earth to rest. For a minute she the Intruder, debating In her mind the best means of acquainting Mm with bcr prior occupancy of that retreat. Suddenly a spirit of mischief overcame her. uud she let fall an oak ball she had plucked from nearby twig. The small green globe struck the man squarely ou the head. Instantly he sprang to his feet, caught up Ids rifle nnd began peering up through the live oak's branches. "You can't challenge tne that way, Mr. Squirrel," he said, pointing thu rifle upward; "not with impuuity." Lela gave a little cough. "Don't shoot me, plense," she called down. "I plead guilty." She encountered n pah of surprised brown eyes looking up ut her. Dropping ills ritle to his side, the man lifted his hat politely. "I never shoot dryads," lie answered. "I suppose," slio said, u smile hovering on the lips, "that you are perfectly familiar with dryads." "Hardly," lie answered, smiling up nt her. "I know very little except they nre said to live In tioes. Ar tlie other live oaks In this c.uiyon Inhabited by your cutislnsV" A twinkle came Into tlie dryad's blue eyes. "Possibly," she returned: "you know we lutvu family trees."' "Do they nil have turquoise eyes llko this one?" he asked. A fiowu crossed tho dryad's face, out the man's good uatured playintf quickly banished It, and she said: "Oil, yes, and their color is beryl," looking ut her sweater. "1 don't believe." ho pursued, "that the woods would reeal another Just like you If one looked all day." "Not likely." sho replied, continuing tho play, "i think all my kind turned Into topaz when the forest became IT vS V'"' 1 to fin! 'ler. They ..ueli,eil the nelshlvrliood of Twolfth Street and MlcJiUnn .rvnii' bit It will bo kind of hard r.t to tvw fomvl no lr.i,m.ikr 'iiblttviwnt In Hit for 11 fw il i, but t i'n.1; of m CHRIST-CD- . t'mt IiIUy iti.d ftuo'i ilreTUiivtin. a wU'ai I inn far .in.iy .ial cvn'inbT Vi j-- fiuaid wll'iln a "die of that k:i-dof ii,t Ioe u uil u .i!ii'ipardon me If I have seemed p'ofivs to ktio v notliltn ut any Ufiii-ljou kiinw ajn for pu .ill Ilaving no cards with me. I'll Introduce myself by telling you I young wimt.in antworini? l.Ha'J Cfii.iier- - the Uin, tiiul I Clink yu ar .' , ilKir.vit, wn-h- l. am the mining engineer from tlie Cop- in's C.iHoi Ijitlon. mM.cUst man In til per Knight property. I came over to Jr. k Ji'jUtan ilicVirc. t!ia.t ho litteul-e- l .JI my low the mines to do some construction to ,niarry I.uclle dm Mm. (Sliml.) "Vourown I,'iiH." work, but the men deserted nie for a "I a'.vill Ktuw lo'iuoirmv Jn- -t whure '.Vie i'Jit let.'r. ite4lr ! 'y nwf'il holiday, so In self defense I turned l,uille 1," 1'ic sold; "an I we x'tall b.j nif!iencr on TJiur-lnrvt-- : ulmrod nnd found a dryad." rn.irr'eil ly a mtnlst,r In n c'wwli. Tlw "Xuw Jnck, for Um.ViH'x mU-- , x From her leafy perch tlie dryad a kihiI watched tlie man as he went whistling iV"diUnu will .bo tn n ehuiroh.ln Chloj.'M in I Uilnk of n wVdN I h'uiH away over to the spring. There wns and tlwre will not b? anythliv? jvwiit t ftiii Jiwuy from vu, bn-iisomething In his half playful speech r prlvvte a,sout It. I a.ti ra! (iVctmeJ be ti inlR'itr l"nMom frlrl. Jl vyy. and the easy swing of his gait that f I.uclle imd cU aH"!!!!! yt 1 wi'i't write iiinre at ttil. U111 seemed strangely familiar to her. . I tt-- l Uh lail. I l,vo you hrtt- LHe was building a lire between some "jSi',j Jftvp me truly anl I lrv he". t'ltUl 4lf0, l rt Jlll tnV. I.lti rocks when he called to her. !ie U ;iVrK In wurlil. It I don't of love." "If the dryad will look I'll show hei iil.-a"- ' tuft i" Mra how to cook game without pot or p.m. ini9 to lyar u.M n.'xw s,V WiUl '.ber frleml ant Ifr lot vpuld ht iwoe C)r lior ihoiu- - In .MU111 vjll An Indian guide showed me," he exIi plained. Kt,- Kiln If I uvurlrd Iier. at hox failure i Over a Are of drj- - bark and twigs he "I liould tiiltik .tlie WirMy or,'vjil .wh'te iluiRhtar wlUi r. fixed some green niesqulte sticks to JuiMe Jxrjn so fr$s to oU o,i;e ii!-i"It was foolNh of m,e to t I.n, II which the game wns carefully sus- )1ti on me would nwm ill out or th.it 6;ii tvilj. "I (u;1 t that I pended. The aroma of the broiling Uj liuve known that mIi to woulil rabbits was sufficient to cnuse the )3 doln? rist'.it In iiiairrln-- thL kW." 1M n"t t'.e colcviM ftKlileir Jrt'nui a 4:vfjit,I V rat ,t i;tUn. hut I trij.tc dryad to descend, for the ride ucross nnnfAsloriM that the foothills had given her a vigorous know wlire UI?a Oiuneron now L, tiut In !? w.int, ft to appetite. vurk nvl tvim an honrrt! lHttw. in ex.nlaiUcn it two lsttr i;-lv- I "I will spread tha table." she an- ') Umt !i!m fron tj'ii3 Klrl lndkxit,ad "I ifli,'. u letUir fnni r toliv. It wa nounced, snreading paper napkins over "io must luv kriMvn wlwre ' ww in mill at t'.ie Anmoitr iM.tU mtton a smooth rock. "Here are beef sand atUwicon. two on In.llani Avfim nnd ilil ) a. 3 o'llj'k fjunl wiches, olives, cheese, crackers, fig 111P k.iW liy. aft.,r she lctt .Uie WJUnstin illottJ, adilivAH lV--r ,but I wafers ana one large apple," she continued, taking the various drflcles 'te ftiiiwsd .tan icttcis. wirlttfn to htm haicnu faith In ha- - nu:uk n ntrv. 1 I V.roosJi with I.uclli from her lunch bag and arranging them y I.u"!le CJinuron. Ons of tl.ii imv Jnivi on the improvised table. by a HHtsMiTSET .to Ji'iiHr.ia foutiht hard to aie ht.r lint It l l.i "A feast for a dryad." said the man. ion-- , tail Kittli .Wa'ta-'i- Avniie. Tli.irr. vain. I would lui vylhiiK 10 "And a nimrod," she added, meeting y iiu!i!ilni?. tluit )7rlblf lite the boyish on Lis face with conTtw a'lir Uttr .uue ly rival! to started on In ChlonKO fidence, "it will bo a unique ChristJo,inson''S honi It' ivaj initrnj.rket at The mother wad hi Vhb !! mas dinner." In Illinois outside of txanlrvl tlw train for itlnnii:nl.s. IVwn "It will bo the most delightful one 1im "I Atn .ure J.uk Ji''in.-jever eaten." recklessly declared the CIiUuko. knon.i wfiit man. deftly turning the broiling game. Tho feqwul letter wias otinarl,el N" mi slrl l," who .ild. "Slw U pmb-abl- y When the game was done the two ranvber E. 3 p. J11. U raaiU: In Home llltlU tiwn tm:ir fL'h,lu.v;o sat down and ate together with no and will ko to Jilm w!mi ! "IVurost liby boy In ttje world t,htuk 't constraint and with real congeniality. Is sa.f," "I lone jvu so much, my sweot As she stood under tho live oak fas.honey boy. I shall niU.- y,oa drid-fullJlra. husbajil. ,i'io Is Ji.'i'd tening up her abundant light brown .sttieet; but will bo lonsoVvl, of a il;irtmn.'t In a iirii) vir An rit hair, which had provokingly tumbled dear, by t'ltuklnR of the time whan down, the man gave ber n peculiar Iiul luul Uvea In ,Mlnntu;l.U. ,'vm. It searching gaze. Is said. dUipproit.l of iWve iviui; ,tuk-nI will ,be with ypu always and whn "I have certainly met you before.' by tho niutUer In I will h Vie honorable Mr. Jo'in ,V he said abruptly, In n,n effort to brlnj; .tlio Klrl ImS: Arthur Johnson. "but before you XXX home. it "I a,i dUraeJd cukmuIi," Mr. "weiit. I d truly love you bettr dryad state. Are In rr.ponVed to liave itrt'.l UU than I do my lite. If they take ou you from the away from Jiie, they will find u "I don't want tlie Klrl briui;ljt east?" "Formerly from little sUTs body. Iarl?, I hav I wiish my Jian-l- of and of the Vermont," every faith In Ood. IV Root sweoti. she whole affair." n 1 overpre-sumptuoue, 1 y. i - HOUSEHOLD HELPS I'l.l'M One-i- y I'l'ItI.Vl. lt rar'iT i upful of butt r, Musar. o'lK-bn- lf ly Ur cupful nf cupful cake ( if Tl )U", nt ihi'ii lto.irt-- l of milk, one-lwlf r'U v.l riUlt, two t ljiW"nnt:l p ind n or '. r. ol-- i ti'f porin.1 but'ii i c.ike erumiiH tni'4'Npotiaf no uf moJ.ij.s, lb. M cnU ng. r one-q'tirt- t- iw curratitu, rupC'il iiin,rt-- poaumI vttrn, oniiuu--t--r t"i-ipi- nf cupful of nut. ! 1 hr 11 f blam vd idmuniV, on,- il of uiioi. raw-- '' ilf .te.iscin-fu- l n'i uf imUiifs. iml tflnt,i-- , ntii ipiar'wr t'jHinnful if '1otm, r t,a;nmtul f .ilt. Jtlx t,tv ?li'f.i with t,h fliir 1T1.I nild Ui o".lar tmcrvJkntti In r,V n'Wr tchvin, nt Spia,l a iuukIIii .xqimri Willi bu-t- r, h-- l, it ilr n iu'. I it ifrn r i 'n flour It will. Put TJi putt tin,; ml.tui mi t.ie cUUi iuwl IW scuml7, allouln.; a llttl for srtVll'nu if t'-- pint-tnrut a plat In tiV b.v.tirn of a UvtlW, fill wtUi lo'.Wnt: wiifr. ar.-- l plutirp t,h puldliiK li. l.rjJI t,iuUy 'foi mliMiUis t dr.iln. .i:ul ih, n Lu:n nut oitvfutl .mi 1.1 u pljtw t I" in.-- . Jf it U nul to bi i.rvil .it once. Imvy It l'i the tinUi und rthnt by bollLnif fir .mi hour irr nvnr- -, an bofurr. OKNUIMJ INDIAN I'UDUING. ' On- - ipnrt milk, "ns-ha- lf cupf4d 11 .w orl s. dP tn I ml Li 11 niid. oti-lia- lf mujitul iviVi-s- y, J CIro entered the f. d hr masanswered, tering the refractory mass of hair. "Lela Warren!" he cried, his face glowing witli , Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S O A ST OR A I mar- - sage-gree- i -- d ' j wondered from the lirst If I jjy uauii i met you some aeon iu long ago." "i.L'la WAitnr.N!" he "And you nre citiun. jonii Fletcher." she returned, slinking hands. Then iier eyes fell under the radiant ligut m his. "Your beard prevented nny recognizing you before," slu- added. "I wns a mere stripling in those days and you a girl Just through high school." he said. Then ho asked with gentle reproof: "Why did you sell the old home, Lela, and go away without leaving one word for mo? When I returned from L'uropo 1 searched everywhere- for j ou, but no ouu know whore you had gone." A shadow from tho past crossed the woman's face. "Of courbt) you heard that my brother defaulted. Mother und 1 sold the old homo to settle up for liliu," she explained. "Then we wcut to Chicago, whore I taught school. After mother's dentil 1 enme west. I am gov eruess for tho Kvuns family ut Clrcl T ranch." "Lela," ho sold tenderly, "I have never forgotten you. We are both btlll unmarried, thank God! Look!" ho commando!, his boyish spirit returning, ns ho pointed to a cluster of mistletoe that clung to u brunch of the oak Just above her head. As she look-iupward lie kissed her, uiiruiurJng tvltli endearing ucccutii: "My Christmas dryad!" gladness. To "1 Make Candy Figures. y .f " -- iH Pain Pill, Girls whp are !ji tjie Ii.iV 1 ut tnikhK many kjud.s of can,ly Know little a'lput nul ling cyvly. lint th' In .1 wry fctiijl5 thlnit to do, nnd nol eled cnnly Is so unliiuo ami dilnty an efntiis piry Unit no Ktrl umii af t vd ,tvt to know ho.v to do It. Alimond justo Is the h;isU of moJoled candy. You con urucuri! tru 'tt .r - my K00.I candy ;uaker ur at mw riV kpj-cir'- It usually noln for (1.5) fur flvo Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills will help you, as they have helped others. d ncuraltd.i und have sutTotori from It for ycara. While vlsltlm; my son nnd sultcrlng from ono of tho old attack, ho brought mo a box of J)r. Jllli-H- ' Antl.l'uln rilla. 1 used them m directed und lifter tukln tlum It wnu tho llrht tlma In years tho nrurulxlii ceumd from tho uso of medicine." JIUS. j;. a, IIOWAKU, 40J tlifono 8t Dowaitlic, JIlcli. At all Urugglst3. Si doses 25c. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart. Ind. Good for all kinds of pain. Used to relieve Neuralgia, Headache, Nervousness, Rheumatism, Scintica, Kidney Paint,, Lumbago, Locomotor Ataxia, llackachc, Stomachache, CarsickncbS, Irritability and for pain in any part of the body. "I have ulways been subject to I pounds. T,hl nluiiind pato (a t,lio l,uls ot nvarcArooiLs. wiven ou R't sun'i .1 larse quaji'.lty of pi.ste wnuld btti-- r put It In la,ti33 Klasa J.ir and jib, It In tho lif-- box cool ollar. About half b ptiind of t'10 js,te will nuke u pxil-slz.- d b.itoh.of nji(ly. Inio tfils iimmmt of ratto wfvk all lhi tlat U will l.ik. WVwn tliu iiiKtuie show) n tendon y to vriniiUlia kiKiaillni,-- It, as it la all tlio nusur a;c?i-virj'Iit,eak off wn.nll jilura nnd fuis.'i-t- f,i modal Into any fqnuia jy lilt, flah, u.:il!ivi,ls or flnweij). 1"ik Viould be nvilo iutlwr uninll, u thny dr' n.il Jmnl.'n moro ijiilckly iwid Jiold to tlV--r iqrlslnu.1 fonu. Tho drlnj; of tho .nud(.'l,d family sliouM be done nm jn laipimvlMil wile dry hi sr 1'uio viKft.ibls coJilits piisti8 arj harmh5is and may Ixo usil &n rl,oiius tho twit) fJsiiH.s. Jf fruit U iu.ul.3, thu tints tnio to tho kind 'ioj1 iw ,ustl. Anlnifil awl blnl JiijiiU fix jpmtAy In this r.i,n,Jy and Uxik unlnuo wlnqn iUccd on a tUlnty iilat. ,, one .talilui. xnful biitUir. I'iimm .tlie qiuirt of milk Uke to ml ,t,iV9 to x pxit-- . SoaW Uy nst f tlf. milk and stir in Alio niaal. 0ok mvr wnVir tvdf an lmr nnd then add tlie inulas"i-- . a little salt, and the .buster. (Put litu ft baking dWi; wiim tlh Jmttr jflts. 'Ir wrtl. TJin pour u cup pf milk On ptHI-tW- n bi ,Vii quart iwl 1111 and lnko wltlwu Httrrhis, In onl ir to (hrivu Alio whey. Cook two hours In n. i'Vw oipn. CL'STAIU) FOIL PU.MKJN 1'IK. Ono cupful of jullk. cupful of crajii, cupful of sucnr, (9 mr two ii!rs, tiu) a,nd a ilt uujifm'.s of puinpMn pulp. Add i jIki'i of wilt, a ,t,f.if(nfu,l ot clnnrimon (and ftdf a fvLspuiiful of KiiiKr, If it Is lltofl. ltllAI, THANKSGIVING JMJpDINO. Ooe a quiiir mytfulii of nV,'l cratktirx, 10110 quurt of u,'iW milk, ono cupful of HUsar. four cuv'. oniftHiln cupful uf mltid buttnr, i,n() fffituvit'i of iUt,)no mi;i a otf ivipuls of &i.lcd iHlnln-s- . SjihH Uie ora'kntfl In Htnlll-- ; w'wi cool, adil U10 susar, crk-s- . butter, salt and .1 H'le vut uumni. Cfivir ' nils'iu with iwatcr and ioak till Hit) watiir U eaponi'rd. Add to xit puiUlii.t. pui nil into a liuttrtd dl!i, n,id b.il;o s'only tw,, anl a half Irwin. If ,ovoii U ve.ry Jiot, put uMJi iji a fm of wutr with Niieiml !.iyira of Ui fv, bottom. Stir fjsx'tiiwntly to keep ralsltw from nil tpi . 1 - 1 pitr yu .dtllt). liAitn OtiB-Uiir- s,u.;b. ir 11,',- -ir t: , 1 iV-- ctlpful uf buVrtr. OA9 qypful of Unoun uuKur or scraped iniiplo sJtijir. Cr,?au buttcr.ild nut;ar and h fu flroiH ' o,f wudlla. Nl'T SANIUVJL'IIKS. SII. nun mi,! .1 half cupful ac!i of ' ".'.fll P'nmas nnd waliiutsi iw4V.i L'irco sipuitd betWMn H'liurt (,f UruAn Ikitjud. Or qliop find wA'inuU, molstatt wth miimnmiW ilrefcAluK.fuiifiqn witili (pln' h of p:'ppr utvl JuaUe up Into d pj'll iliu-ilU- il s. l, CASTOR I A to Bears tho Wgnature of For Infants and Children. Kind Yovliavi Always Boh! ti Mmux. i; Wfitiplf,, 'A -'' wyif -- m"iwinrwfri'iirf w)i'i'n W - Mmh1"!1 1'ln I. Mimwtnvi ki enffa-1- y; WJ '., ,., U .&$FV'1' ''&& mfe..i - ""-- vJtl . ,A CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR MOTHER AND FATHER CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR BUSINESS Condensed M m Statement of Condition OK TIIK K very thing linn Its plnro In tlip pront economy of tlilwn, nml Hit tisufiil s present Is not burred out In the grent nrr.ty of sifts nprend out to choose from It Is not well In every enne to be led nwny from the useful by the more Blltter of brnss nnd crys Clirl-umn- i ( I Beaver Dam Deposit Bank OF BEAVER DAM, KY. of Business June 29, 1912. wseyiBBBrejse. At the Close tnl. There nrc other useful gifts besides collars nml pajamas, bnthrobes and corset covers. Iluch person's liouie life suggests hundreds of needs which do not touch too closely on the personnl nnd which yet tuny bo numbered among the useful. Why Not Buy Mother a Bag? Mother enn never have too ninny hopping bug, fcr they hnve nn habit of wearing out very RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. Capital Stock 11,9-18.4- m'ht V ife 'C'fPw Wjfe ? v . - x0kBE?V2iiBBii ' ISSS?MSIl??' MAN'S KIT DAO. h.&t 'S '' ! HfillflBHBMAfvSBBifl JVBBBBBt vBBrVfaW BBbIbbT JrW IjHbbbbIbSL BBIBIBBIBBBIBIBIBB BBBBm. BBBBBBBBhZI .stHLS 'Wi Bf jB'4BHBBBBBn S.tlBBH iBBwf3fl99BBBBBBBBBBBK BUBbBBIBIBBi vBIBBBBmBBBBBBBBBBBBBKbIBBBBI , S f&BBBBBv JBm JHBBcHBBBBBflBBBBI ftH''H (PPRSbbJHBSbBPR 'tBBBkiira.lr u2BBHbVbbI what mnn doesn't long for one? There Is no risk to be run for n woman buying one of theso traveling necessities if she goes to u reliable shop no such risk as In purchasing cigars, neckties nnd the like. The kit bng pictured Is In English russet leather and is sheep lined nnd A fitted kit bng Loans and Discounts.$197,018.3G Cash in Safe 3 Cash in Other Banks. 52,803.52 Stocks and Bonds 17,504.00 Surplus Dividend No. 30 Deposits $25,000.00 27,822.10 1,250.00 227,742.51 Overdrafts Real Estate.Furniture and.Fixtures Total 540.33 2,000.00 $281,814.04 , BBBBBBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBB I LfA JkH r-i&hi- NBBBBBHltLi hbbHbbbbbbbIbbbbBHHbIbVPSItSmbb Mj jf "IBBBBBBBBBMBBBBBBBBMBMBBBBBBlJBffPWtiBBBBBBP .(HBHIBf? BBMBflBaBaBHBHBBBBBBBlMJJF bbHbbbbHHI MARY AND THE INFANT JESUS. $ BBLllBBBBBBLBBBHE'hESS IK? "if faWV BB ! BBtBM CHRISTMAS AMONG MICHIGAN WOODSMEN EDWARD LYONS HACKETT. Kngllsh speaking people AMONG can be found no more By ilisaS9SSlSEESSE2211SlSS3SS3EXlSl TKLVKT 8HOrTI.NO DAO. rapidly. Then If she Is a mother who likes to keep up to the minute In her fashions ehc will appreciate n shopping bng such as the model seen In the. Illustration. Light gray velvet Is the fttbric uscil, and it is hnnd painted hi reft colors. The uppenrunce Is much like suede, but it is ever so much newer and brnnrter than the average bng of commerce. The bundle are also of the velvet It Is fitted with n long purse between two open compartments. Gifts In Mourning Jewelry. Vheu mourning Is worn there nrc useful and attractive gifts to be found lu the shops. Among them are black onyx beads, a necklace or n lorgnette chain In gun metal. Au umbrella with one of the new gun uietal handles Is always appreciated. Or what do you think of a dull Jet comb for the hair? For Elderly Women. If she is an elderly woruau n Spanish lace scarf or Uchu would be a nice gift These scarfs come all the way In price from $4 to $15. Down comfortables, whether of sllkollnc or real silk, nrc n good choice, also n pretty shoulder shawl. If she is a really old lady u luce dress cap or a pair of black kid gloves will suit or n folding knitting stand may be purchased from $3 up. And for grandma this present is indeed n useful one. Silk or satin for a waist is another gift to be labeled useful. Furniture Gifts. A lamp, a mirror, a sewing stand, a magazine ruck, u desk and chair, a great easy chair or perhaps a sewing chair, a handsome library table, one of the beautiful bookcases, any of the beautiful rugs offered, n Jardiniere or a voso for flowers, a cublnet to hold nn overflow of treasures, desk or writing table fittings to harmonize with other furnishing, a framed photograph, nn old print or a One reproduction of a famous painting. For Soiled Handkerchiefs. A handkerchief bag Is fashioned from half a fringed towel twenty-thre- e Inches long and twelve Inches wide. U'hls Is first embroidered lu with small flowers, such ns violets or forget Damp and Iron on the wrong side, then sew It up and stitch .across the bottom. The hoop at the top Is half of an embroidery frame six Inches In diameter, which Is hemmed In by baud. To suspend It use lucb wide satin ribbon. Silver Eyeglass Cases. A silver eyeglass cuso would be a happy offering cither to father or Bother. If father U to receive the case & black leather affair with his monogram done In silver ou one sldo would be most appropriate. Mother would doubtless rather have an all silver case. If the bead of the bouse mo-Dot- s. observance of the sea-so- u than that In vogue among the woodsmen of northern Michigan. Throughout this great timber belt there nre thousands of men employed, and a large proportion of them see the outside world but once or twice a year when they journey to Sault Ste. Mario or other nearby towns to make of the season's clothing. Throughout this great wooded diss trict of the men arc Canadians, many of them devotedly religious, and Christmas among them begins, properly speaking, the 'JOth of December. However, these men perform two-third- es i I add a beautiful and weird aspect to the scene. At sunrise all the men, women nnd children, arrayed In their best nssemble at u prearranged spot and form n large circle, the women generally In plnln woolen garments nnd the men in high topped spiked shoes and dark flannel shirts. In the center of the group stand tbe husbandmen, or slayers of the fowls, waiting. A grindstone and six men three to grind the axes and three assistants, are nlso In the center of the group. At u prearranged signal nil the people begin a march around, singing and dancing; the grindstones are put In motion, the uses arc laid upon them and the celebration Is on lu earnest. The singing, dancing and countermarching are continued until the axes have attained n keen edge, when all heads are uncovered, while a dozen men hand up tbe fowls for decapitation. The women take the slain fowls in charge, and soon they are prepared for the earth ovens. Feasting, drinking and dancing then continue until the last day of the year, when all depart to their various camps. THE TREE OF TREES. lifted with ebony military brushes, comb nnd whlsp, hook, tile nnd scissors, flask nnd toothbrush tube, tooth powder bottle, soap box and cologno tlask, with fine nickel tops. Kitted It costs $30 and unfitted $10. Cheaper bags nrc, of course, to be had that answer the same purpose, but they are not nearly so good looking. Cannon to Hold Cigars. The woman lu search of n useful Christmas gift for husband or brother need not ponder further If the man to be pleased Is a smoker. Some attractive articles In brass answer the question for her. One of these represents a mortar mounted on a gun enrrlnge. It Is eight Inches In length, six In height and by 'means of the sturdy wheels can be conveniently moved around tbe table where several nre enjoying tbe fragrant weed together. The mouth of the cannon Is designed to hold cigars, while elsewhere are attached match safe and ash receiver. Another new arrival worth describing Is a well made brass box for cigars or cigarettes, according to the size of the box selected. There is 8 drawer In the bottom divided off Into compartments for matches, etc. This Is mechanically connected with the' lid, so that when the former Is raised the latter slides out of Itself, closing mechanically too. In the cigar size this box costs $10. A smaller one, for cigarettes, sells at $3. Gift For the Newspaper Man. For the news editor or for tb"BTtsl-ncs- s man whose time Is divided into an allotted space nothing could possibly be more practical and at tbe same time more attractive In appearance than a desk clock and paperweight This) little clock comes either framed Total $281,814.04 The Only Bank in the County on the Honor Roll. Accounts Solicited. Correspondence Invited. Promptness and Accuracy Guaranteed. I. P. BARNARD, President. JNO. H. BARNES, Cashier. sssvvvvsvsrass; AUTOMOBILE Splendid TRANSFER From Hartford to Beaver Dam and Return Telephone or call car meets all trains. when you want to leave. at Tour stable S6 COOPER Hartford, vv-ssssSrsvv- yv CO. Ky. By PETER M'ARTHUR. e dill Mm wflpS? I tit KlfsflBf lElliOTHff IIf BBI IssiBssfl I I m I I by American Press Association. TREE there ii that all year round Puts out its blossoms everywhere. In every happy home it's found, And once a year its fruit is lair. It blooms unseen, but none the less Its blossoms yield a peerless fruit. As high as hearen its tranches press And a lnv it end it ronf. (Copyright, 1910, aBtrastvySr49vBBEBBk SBtVaBlfA A A sssssssWif fiV ' a?VSBBBBBBB tJgflB -- 4t. r i I do if ' 1 iM v I " n I Our thoughts of those to memory dear Will fill it with a radiant bloom Whose fragrance charms the wcaryyear And floods with light our days ol gloom. A whispered wish, a childish sigh, Will make a hopeful blossom spring, And when the waiting months go by The tree the longed lor fruit will bring. DKSK CLOCK AND PAPERWEIGHT. In gun metal for $4.25 or In silver one-eight- at BaW II I lBr"' ALIi BEOIN A MABCU HOUND. h SMART xroaLABU CASE. goes In for athletics give blm a golf bag the one he has may be worn out or a dozen golf balls and perhaps a sew putter; If he's fond of bridge or waist, some packs of handsome cards; watcb fob or a brass desk set and In plain dull brass they're stuunlng. For tbe motorist there are auto records and If money's uo object piano players and talking machines are on tba market waiting for a purchaser. - A Nut Set For Mother. Mother would be pleased with a set of six paper Ice cream cups covered with red crape paper and tied with red ribbon and a spray of holly. These, Oiled with homemade salted peanuts or candy, would make a charming addition to the Cnrlitmus dinner table. day their usual labors until tbo of the month, nnd then the festivities begin In earnest. During the four days preceding tbe celebration, however, It must be understood that the work Is not so streuu-ous- , und the monotonous buzz of the saw nnd the ring of the ax nre f recently Interrupted by merry bursts of song and uuecdotcs of those who have passed away during the previous season. In Chippewn county there are many camps or settlements, each controlled by u recognized leader, and loug before tbe holidays the point of celebration U decided upon. Hy Christmas eve the men, women nnd children have all assembled nt tbe chosen camp, where elaborate preparations have been made for their comfort, und at 10 o'clock In the morning of that day tho duly elected master of ceremonies addresses the multltudo of people assembled nnd outlines tbo program of tho week to follow, for these celebrations continue to tbe 31st day of December. After bis speech tho oldest daughter f tbe oldest resident Is elected queen of tbe holidays. Her corps of assistants Is quickly chosen from the educated classes, and from their decisions pertatulug to tbo week's celebration tbcro cau be uo appeal. During tbo remainder of tbe dny many, speeches are given, refreshments of inuuy kinds are served, and family groups dock together and relate their own folklore, while tho queen, assisted by her advisers, examines nml selects tbo various fowls to ho served on tho following und subsequent days. Christmas duy Is but tin hour old when all nssemble and. imlulge lu religious services, while the pine knots. Oaring gud spluttering lu tbo night ulr, e-- B kBSV r- - mJ kIim I) fl k the same price. Tbe diameter Is three h Inches. and Comfort For the Weary Man. When tbe business man gets borne at night after a bard day's work the first thing be wants is a good dinner, the next a good cigar, and probably the third move will be toward tbe couch for forty winks before ho Is Ohio County Drug Cb; wide awake enough to bear about tbe iMrnRptiRATrn cook rwho. etc., uud tbe children's - ' KY. HAHTFOfD. naughty ways, etc. So give him a cushion for his weary head to rest upon. Stenciled designs ou tapestry. linen or leather are much admired. There should be no fusslness about a man's cushion, and don't make It ut home, for the shops are full of that are as cheap ns uny' tl.-pIn nutior oounty frcm Friday un. woman can make. SALEM. Ul Sundy. i For the Average Man. Noov. W. Mr. JluXu Boyd pfvl wlfo Bucoejsa U tlio H'fUMblican and 1U If the Inwyer of the family needs a n new brief case get blm one for Christ- of npar KonasvJlle, .visited lilts miny renders. Shaving stands are flue presmas. relatives in this oqrnmjml.'y and who shave themselves. ents for men from Friday until Sunday. Handy bill folds may be bought from Mr. Sain Japiteori ind family of 0!.t-to00 cents up. Hiding crops for the man who rides horseback, playing cards of vbtted Ida parents, Mr. wvl M". some odd design or a crlbbage board Jajnlaou Saturday fllsht and Sm- are all fine things to give tbe mascu- J. H. diy. line sex. Silk slumber robes or bathrobes Miss Cluudle necks Is vNAIdk iplJ-livmake useful presents, and a half dozat Owetviboio at tlUji writing. en Initial handkerchiefs with the new ' overMlwes Kdna Bays and Mpks'o Wilslim drop letters are not to be attrnc-tlve'cusblos p'Ml-dren, looked. The Latest Key Rings. Key rings are not new gifts, but there are some new designs this year that are extremely swagger. The horseshoe pattern will appeal to tbe The fruit it bears what art can show? All kinds of tweets and wondrous toys I How can a tree so truly know What gifts to bring for girls and boys t For old and young its branches bead,, Beneath their burden of delight With gifts and trinkets without end To cheer the heart and glad the jight I ' And when old Santa Claus comas round. All white with snow, but full of tun, He plucks tbe presents that abound And leaves a gift with every one. He is the orince oi woodsmen bold, For he it Is, and none but he, Who gives the world to have and hold Tbe strangely fruitful Christmas tree. oo BJIABT KKT BIHOO. son wera the guests of MtaaB J'usle an.l i Leona Wllwm Supday. .W. Crumwi amd litMr. and Mw. J. tle son Cliarles Milter dlrv'd with Mr. and Mm. C. A. .Wlfcion SurnViy. Mr. Ad"llral p Mockery Ja Mr. Kstjll Haley u. well. mui-teat i' tkmLmmpOlltk the nom than clar. teady lliibt insure thla by getting tbe oil that bums clear ana clean without & flicker down to the last drop. Pennsylvania crude oil refined to perfection. n Costs no more than the tank-waeo- I dlislns Mottling U nor Important The loop on tbe "whip" fastens over one end of tbe horseshoe, making a clever device. Tho elephant key ring Is very new. It bas a hinged loop, which goes over tbe end of tbe trunk. man with sporty tastes. l Blwin at The Mr. J. A. Stosnax Saturday nlslit wo enjoyed by all nrerwnt. .Mr. Ed Tabw and family ware U" guf&'.s oi Uie former's sUUir, Mru. J. H. HusIhs Sa.tuiduy nlsht and Sunday. anil Mr. UJiUtHe Mr. heVa MyjB In U.ls pi 1aui;lit of Olaton Sunday. djtto'l-In- s Mr. Q, 'W. Crumes lvm )iU now liouw tpmplstfl. Jlr. and Mrs. J. M. Www and Wted xela- OTay and Jesste clill-dre- p. la kind saves MOMEY aves WORK saves eyes. Your dealer has SOUTH OIL. in barrels direct Horn our work. Chas. C SMI Gt. LMtevWcKy.i (We N Refinery at Warrea, Ms. awll the celebrated "No ' Carb" Auto OU. 4. .3. W.. 'tf-Ai'i'- - ii. J, t . A. Ji .vv., ., y -- : v. dinner prepared by the The nyvit'.ng pan called to ordw at l:"W pi:pH ami by singing. Mr. Iv"nvn KntTr.l nccoTdlng to Is nt the I'ontofflw jtrn. Knvivi T.iytoor flictln guo nrlvi-- 1 Hertford, Kj., nnraiill mnttrr ol tne .ecnna (1I1 recitation. The regular pnojrr.vn iw.i,s law. tli lcju b?sun by Mr. ,1 Inward Hartford Republican. I SEARCHING FOR BURIED EMPIRE the grw,t Tlenr'otn physical ohsacl'is fjund t,nivie.llng in troublesome' ,Tiasi fqr onrte out of Ritalin 1 le maripo, Sj.v for t'' ihn 1 ifkrirrtimte, Ik H'nklvw miwli less fn Russian Mb r'-- i, J iir.it wyis no C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER EDITOR8 rnJ I'" o I'','t,',,1 SU1,', mi't . RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. all communications Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS ddrwmutplTetlieoiaii.dre!.lnmVlngtbe reqowt. to lr. to iio?rv9 mcr.y. Mr. V.. Mrft Ko,wn says she ues Story tell-- 1 jivii1 exttn'.. using a tnok lo t:ie ,1C! ",:e" of cvwmivnry ftMwi iiv." ''altyd It Ucitirttn nnd ,hlnpT!iaiY--f w!n mtUed. nt , mr r f'i r uriner uiiv now is a T6TI i . rv'vf Bar- - a i' .'i nn subJv Ul tj t'.ie ',mlnatks pf tin pi;rJ t. T" e iik him oltlMir for a Turk or UinnBir fre-I'- Ho' ji Christmas is store. n.l tnnvto;! h;lm (juite bj-i- velcome you in our coming. Vewili Rl DCSCft. fUl i M Dnnolhited mnnuecrlpts will not tie returned Bnlmsacfninpnnleil by postage. Anorjraoos communications will recelr no ' attention. Koufffe. 3irJ Rx-kha- 6. -3 FRIDAY, DECEMBER v. it?eims to Ikive ,thejn fill Muffed. WiU tfxre also be an extra session of the Dob ihunteiw? All Oil trosfXi ieiad to the Ohio county fields at present. Speaker (Claris shoulld tnow curb propensity tor putting his toot Jn It his Howard nllly D'jiivtlc "How We May Kclwvv", Agriculture nml Manual Tml.i- trig In the Curriculum." "'-hMl lUllva s.iys S'hool Journa'l an; pry useful ns u Bjfct the Uioivrht-0f ye fflt ed,ucm7rs. tp.llln,t MIiSJ AJdAe Tajlor uic and plcturies In Itniriiait.. Mr. Haa?lrl? Riv,e n good Ulk. Mr. IVtyUr tfive llliHlratln iv mpM w.liloh ys ,vcr (ntnrHitlnir, Mr. sillier gii.v.1 a 'ort italk on "Hvv W.e Scpure I'aren' Intellect In ScJvoool". afti-- r which Mr. Ilort "wn t,alked Rev. iMell gavo n short talk on ''.My Duty a,i a Teacher". Uesoluilons tlmnklngi ilrs. Kinown nl the ct SouVi 15,'av.er Uam fjr lrvfultjillty, tlwrlir written by Mlnses Lily I'ai'.teJisoji, Addle Iill Taylor .uiJ Mr. lloi, Wflne nipproxexl. Mr. E. S. llowiiiil, iMrs. tVvm "lCtown and ill JIny K. lienor? .were iVPr'nte'l to ilmrft the follow Ins rcr"oluitlons of f5. ql s T o xunR jnV,st'g jIvwtKilpM with Ms d ip.irtirm from Turfnn, wVn.ce ,he entonpd the ltlintti In fi J"i r ui ,! Japanese Explorer Finds Relics of Great Value by the Taklainakan Shis unlnhabltvl des-.r- t. In gtilil uimii dlnry .of the .Chlnsse Cr his .rfls''on, he rvll J rtlne s.yil uV.iiit Excavating. ltueii Chwuig, country In BuilVK trnvirn'rl on Ms l- -l . wilo D tfds 1 pry iln tas A. In Ha. The Jfti-vu- wny U flrat-fl-iv- ilesirt inglon for about a inpntii Siinietnlvcri; In v,liat l5 now knriwn when his witter btgnn to run h". . the-- o ns Chinese Tirkrslnn or Slnklang n The iptnty jqjn found ICjmn.-heflirirlshfd .In anaU'ii.t ,tlniit, about fie o IHp (powerful or Shijicn. It wxu a llmUlilst tfxxti, nn.I n l.ute ti,i (?) A. I)., Wi'ien tlie ChltiA'; llullhlst monk orqts1'yl the country ion UU way ,to Itivlli, It w,i foind well populated, ithe belnw all bftllavirs dn l!ut thLs once pqwnrful state, for soniij rrii."Mi yit utNiplalii'd, ituiIkIipI from tlv; rffU'Ui, 4U1 t'ie ireKirn wi'iU'i was onoa .uitler t'ie 'Jtirlmllrtlon of Is toil,iy rotl'Jm; but the l.uive,ii ilwert of T,xMaiuilvlii, iHjlut ly iunlnlvv.bllifl. The dlvijipcortuuie of il,qulan hjis loig l?eii a topic rt mui'h (llscuvlon nunu the Uuddi'ilst cholnrs of Japiii, an Count Ot.ui, Lord Abbot of tilirt We,it Hontzanll T.?nnle. at Ivvoto. anxious t'j find u k"y to tl'C iitfHlery, firdejnil the Rev. JJutaho iTtici'illvina to p,UK,?irl W lte Chinese Tiirkr.tain and epla-- e of .Vve'ninclient Hivldhlit :ite. A mou.is t wln(tprn, man uf qnly itwiW.y-.twfiagle In iW( oiruiaee, anl of s'iUu-e- . . atmost feminine In manner, .tie TachJ.b.inri, ,we o,",? told by tl? J,ipi,ne tle iexpkir iwurlr U'llrd B. C o'n-plr- qf lmliii, Ilul-illil.x- datiR'ir mf iprmls'iUna inrn lnp.i 1 The prlt-explori- r lludiUia's morey In niritit jxriiyir, and urgsd his !rvunts to follow film, n.sA'1,"-ln- ,' tlmin tlvat Uuild' a will not tn n Ulm a ditif i,r. As thiey truilgd on the finally avu'iie to wiiat appcvifid fjry bo n rlveTiWd, In wlntqh f.vju iTund a i ldV)l of nVunvjint wjn'rr. T,tiough dli'ty, ths waVr w.vd I le party from total esJu.iuNVion. Further ' Imminent tl',rt. lntwtlgsvtUin bed was ,t,hc pi,l Viat r this qf Uie t!.e rle"- - . lowt-- (tach rfwr sympathy: f . i . , I: I i K fc ' I In VMS, old, he iourn?j,d .In Imvr and Outtr Monjfilla rti'ofly with a aIw of crtjilnlng whiiit .wpuld be tlw herd xute to enter I.nul.in. JIa Ing inaprj out Uio plan of his Joumoy he ."Virted on his second expedition In September, y,. Makes tr. Nation Gasp In a,n Interview with tine rejiorttir of The awful lUrt of Injuries on a Foarth the JIJI O'pkjo), this Rroiit truvely. of July ptiggrs iliaimpnltj1. Sot over w.ho has just notutmed Sipme from It's against It, how,eer. Is tlw wfiixH.Tful Joui,n?y, tqlls of this expedition as fol- healing, by Uuckl'n's Arnica Sale, vf lows : ,' o suffered thousan'ls, from Ivanns, I entoi'l slnkung from 0,m?k oi cuts, Uru&?s, bullet wpuinirs or explothe Siberian railway, and reached the sions.' Its the Ciiilck lieokir f bo.'!?, uld"s?rt of (Taklapvakan itiuward V"e en I cers, eczema, sore Hi's or pll;s. STic at of 1910. I ,hud with mie twenty lifJirsa?, all ilrusg,ls's. (Aventy camqls anl a fifteen cqws, ISO CREEK number of sheep. As tlie Unlmbltants his Nov. Ell W Yy of Ohlnewe T,u rldejitan nire nvnily appohi,tfiWiqt ajt Wffey Ci! Qf I Suniluy anul as I could fnee-lSchool at East No Creek Is In ithe Turkish language, I eighteen Tuiks during the nicely, and Mr. and Mrs. EUa R, mfrow Journey. iHavlng readied the Kite of the anylent stole of LouLan we dug the cihlldnien, Ruth and John Dudley Snnn-dal.returned home Tu"Jay desar.t, liqplng tp unanth relics of the days visit .to tlw fprmnr's paircnts, bulled peoples. Our labor whs neadlly rciv.ian'iod with rich flndlng!, includlisf; Mr. tind Mrs. A. B. Renfirow. Mr. P. D. Twieddpll ,has about A Free 1913 Diary and Wall Cal- many .UuddhL-- books and saqred statuc-a new barn. and ,palntlngs whV:h daie Mtheu-tbeen Tlie old IlepuhlLcan pary Jvus no cpus Mlxs Haslnad, who Is teaching wholly unknqwn to aJe woild. The.se ender For Our Readers. Stands for no principles and mak.-m schqal at .West No Creek tswU TJianks-glvln- g We tike pleasure ,ln announcing that pneplous rejlcs ,wiere fqund buried ftmiong appeals to Uie fonfiplencft of the voteri. with her parents n,t Sandirfui's tli,3 dehrls appeoired tp be of wigat any paper It U .would lead It must clangs lis pocketrender of this1913 ,by caji sfwurp a ancient .Buddhist temple, all .sconce of Oro.ss.lng. dlaj-sending for leadems, Us inethjods and a it Jbs lii?s I ,W. Miller has pur0ra.soJ a stomps it D. Swift & Co., Ilatent feftt belqw the surface. It H'tjm.s tnve Mr. T. toward tine noWe epds In fie enwal Air. Arch Foster, can'lda.-a-Oo- n titan probable that the palaqes and farm lawy3rs, Wahlnp.Oin, D. C. scheme pf eoiernment, else It muvt $900. Tliie diary contains S6 pages (a Ute anl teiipl"8 of liul,ui weire derlfwyetl hy toh fftA di"aeres to do bo. , , Mr. and ills. P. A. Movley are imak- the Mohammedans ,who ihad fjiibjugnted , note (UWies fpr eaph day In .the Ing :i pTospeq'.lve fr',p In iltssoA,rt. 1 What aonsjs:,ejicy is there In going Into states tlm ampunit of earn, aiit(?, tobacco the countiry. When Uiose Uocurnanbi an Mr. Alt CartM and wife mpv.ed to whjph are .on the way a, rit oven- - it e prpp:ict of a fS frd jt,vjii and coMpn produced by each state, a qther i&irv from S'nklang are carefully studjl their fann last w,ek rerieutly purqhasoil In tbs ps'idft,ntlal chair and itihen brief synopsis of the life of i?ach presiUiey Willi tlirow a flopil of nepv light from Air. 11. S. Ctujnjii'4-laln- . Toling S5.00O oVii'ir mirflplpls In dent from Wiaslilngton U Taf, elv JILss Irene Ward, who is tarhlng at upon tlie hLs'pry of lJu.dUhJs.ri). Office for a Ute tVme? !yV'le the 'Population pf each state In Jb!X), 1W), TliU "TJio C'n.iHngs concluslielji cqnflrm BairUqt, aoconipan.'td by Jllsa Qamh fiiiric-"snivel" and 1910, a synapsis of business Vawf, ijnieUs fo Hzi(v$,i, Lake, went the wpek-.n- d with iher parpatent Jaw, Jiowsehpld Informntlon a.id Hhe alniiily p,rMalent tixtfay tlwt It is It lis entered China Uirouirli Stnkf.inv. ents, Mr. and Mrs. U. E. iWatnd. etc. It would oost if! at a lwk store. and should be wiped 'tli,e Htatutei. In oinclent times Sluk'ang whs InJinblt-s- l Air. Lon Tweddtll, of .Calhqici, spent How does it look for a candidate fir Far tthree sjlnnips tfitv "will sen by a .raqe tulled tfyi Onlgnns, and ThankrKlvhiB with his Urotihjr, ilr. P. presldemit or qongiipss, wlio ha boen bes a nice calendar size 10 x Jl Inches. Sewl . It tw ationg Wkfie Jn'iaUi'iants tfiat D. Tiwptddell. King voitjexB to .bpoat him iln, to con sven Htamps fiqr .the diary anl llinUhlsm found ready opeiptanre. Ilul You will fjnd that dr.ugg.lsU clude tfyat tlie ciVr uffkes ai jail calendtv wortJi fully 10c. the ruf was Vs,tlned to iVcpy, an I TP'fik w.ll qf small that they should be rtalneI by d'nbenlaln'B finally purls! cd before the onslupg'lit Coug,h Rtnicdy. Thtjr know from long Two Indicted With Freachar. a selfat fe,w 6r Ufe and Alio otliKir mla,-idls- - experience of 'tlie Mpha,inmeiluns. Much ;o In the ,ale pf it t'liat In who worked for dilm shouU tnke a lofty Houltpn, ill,, Demiiih-i- r aippaluiit of tl'.e iB'Jddhi-- t Moholai tli cases of cpue'is arsrl ioWs It jean always patriotic vlqw of the iruattor "far tlfe Chjarles Jmpllus, fqimeiily ,pwtfr o,f tlie Oulgur Urisuage did pot bui,Uv i,V.ra:e. be dpenlel uprn. uid tlnat U is pleasgood of Uic service." Unless we ar Uutbpipji Uhurch if .Npw Swon, ilP. In my exploration, howeiVir, I found a ant and isafe to take. For rtale qy all gwatly wlitaken this fare hois Joiit and tiwp qther aionsons. iwoio Indk-teto nunilnr of iVicuiiKinta wiltHun in tlie dealers,. machtxl the limit. day fqr the murder of C. Augustup Oulgjar langiutge, 'will whlcli I of Wiat tqw.n In June, 19I.1- Kiriv prove aluable nWa foor tine itudy of Teachers Association Meets llus cujme to Maine frpm (Iw(r cquivt, Buddhism as wle osHology."The Tecli(Crs .Vss'ehiUon, lvlucatloiial Minn., mnd Is isatd to be a graduate of I lav. liis f'iit t'tnM nvintlis In tlie Cpllf,sr, Division JCo. 5., rnrit pit So,ut'i Raavr Augu-itanHock Inland, ill. V,scvt of Slnki'aing the Ilev. T.ielili'jan.t !nd,Utted wlt,h tliie pilnlHtur "were Dam, Nomombr-- r S. air. iMiartt-W- , iqhalr-tno- n Others enf!rrd tlie nartliwest'jrn pairt of Thibeing Pilcjut itjhe Hionse was (filled Mirg. iloiry Jaoabson, .wMdpw of tlve aN bet, where Ins jent J)!irt iinqnths on 1 Isged vlcgtlm, and Jir son, Edjipiir, ,by Mir. E. . IIqta,rtl, fgal)owyl u inpuinitun nop is.ouu reet n.'jfve t'lo Jacubiyin's body wps found In a clump by a aon. a"a, but he cDuld not find injltjlikriqr qf busier near (Ms i)rne. A Dro. Woll oonducti'd d,avqtilo,nal situ nvl .Tnw,ijrd Slip end of Ttliui.bJe therm, and gnwe a short tjak ,eniliarU. with JonqUsoii'ji Jvaiinio tijnd written In lawrt yoar tlio effects of the rqol ins plalnlly tltat ane 'aharactr SweUah, said lie was oqiivHlttlng ulclde tiprlsbags In China bebulldjins,. "IHp " wua pun; and for a thiw ,ti'io BiUcHe fieoy wiw gan to .lw pit erfen In tfie nfynote by ithe etiorr. accented. months uftKii'ud rucoinitlcs of Tibet and Sinhlang, .and Miss May .SUiwwt In.lver usinl plqavit mors qf murileu' pcwuIUm! In jt biJy b- - tfie lle,v. Ta'JiJbana wajs (fomied ,to quit way BMnd.sr,eid aji .wvoelUmt ofirUnir (VHhlch Ing exhumed ami bullet .wpunds tn the tilip exptoiyyion to iavqld thr,i- nea (PJiJtoyiod by odl. brourt wip found Wl.lch It win. cointend-o- d etr to his Ufe. i Altur nnnqUmeit couJd JWt liave boon of ,tu!H!ii piij), ) not taken in saar'h Th'a Jumney Known's pupils Ha,,e tnni xnVnHil rv;l. Edgr Jiacubvon wots (imvuted Ut of al,vtvituie, bnl as U led n:mouli twtloma. Tlw ireguUr wnk .was ifxjpm night, but iho gind Juiy did nT-- Indict wlia,t nvay be railed "Dtirket lAlsli" by a italk from (Miss ilvy K. iRui-er- a Mm junl lie Mas itbawl. On Jiti( 2. naturally many nd entities wne ewpunt on Sohoql a& a Si"lal CVjiitur. in Kmellus, iwjjo, twilMKtiuejijt to Iho ihsith V erd. I'Vmui Omsk to tlie frtrdero of Off&qt was ably illscuand by (ou;r tlw oldftf Ja.cbiin, Jiiui mtii'k'd Edgur's t. Chlnwe Turkostan .Vie rou,to ntm .tluiouh 1I mya the njfaije nf unr slater, mm tak?n Into uutqily. J,is. the JIiish'uji territory pf OOUAtry dilf'tdi uohsoii mud hur sun wm cm rioted tplay. iuii tlvo iVvumw. w.liere tlip jxxuls weie itoleniahly taood, Mr. 11. S. ltais sjiuKje u .Ccw ,vnVi on stago coaolws having hmn iwdll-abl- e Rotation of Home and .So'iool. Mr. ,11. ,. Estrayed. at Intervals. Mr. fllvWHuiiX enTuylrir wias than ,qaU-- iand ,renxjn,0,a Ono Htrr, depp1 id, mu.il; d tered qhlnee Tnrkrtan fixmi ,Ww hold a rplTwlld talk. aoHo,w fpik In loft ti,r, unI,jldt In er to,wn uf Ngaiibl, ivid tmveiij-Inj- f i ivprm-i'iMxt. Keojwri, na teachor o.' right, Ulxyyil reward for Information rolling country well M. A. FAUGHT, Mgr. roired Ml!)'i tative of the district Invited the nuwd or mtuim. W. 1 WAKHZUASl, ho rewched Uie tqwn of 'i'urfan of a bountiful lit! A,dv. pJ. U iw yard to jvnitak Jkavcr Dam, R. 2. at Uw foqt of tlie hlt;li..vi,t piou'jain in S pcjii-ocrtu" d Turkey fate no doubt decided It canWhprtjis It JiflB plpased alin(gh(ty OoJ, not be lteked any worse If It lights tlw suprenif- - ,I;ulrT of the to XonevRr. send Ills death uugal Into our tnliVU Speaking of foreign ipqsts for Colonel and tako fiqm us our ifVetfiied llend .i,nd epvnast jMr. Hv.efvt'.e Bryan, have we estubll&ied diplomatic Shultz, ,w,li0 depaxtetd this lif)i Nov. 1', zla,tfcxns with .the South pole jot? 1912. He w,vi a o'liiatlajii ynuiw; of Gov. Wilson nqed n,Qt ,think that rid high usn'raUiyi and ,nble Lialtc. ing a bicycle is good tralnllng lor a Be U jepiJcd: First, TJiat ,tla Steam roller. ing piiof.;sIon lips lost an eairn;st toiler, tlie mjlgbotjiiociod a nm'jlj cl;tizi!i. H be out of place to again Would jnenutor. as a surod location for and the v.liuiieJi a Calthiful &U78at IHop'-for-d Second. That we extend o'ir condoflen"e marmfatcturlug lenrtierprtse. any kind of to Uie beneavsd family and point itUeiii .If Senator Genre Is selected ,to lead to Hln who nloe,tJi all Ithliigs well. h Hepnoorats In the Senate It will soon MIlS. S.VM KEOWN, be a oae of "the blind lTillng the iiISS MAt-K-. llOGBlt-Mind." Jill. E. S. HOAVAItU, was The miet.lnff UbnilHi'iffI at I Wlb-o- n igo'M; How Is PreisI6int-?lcr- it o'clock. to Q07sulit mhe "loaders" of t' E. S. jHOWARD, C'hVnn. iParty between now and Jlarcli? MAY iE. nOOiEUS, Sec'y. Ajre mt all tis Doinocrats leaders? RESOL.UTIONS. f DiWon ?o. 5 If StaAe toxep are to be ealsed It Is We, the Ujachiers to tlie pamerely a pait of the p,rloe ,we pay for wish p express our Jhanks , Decnocxia,'lc a4mlnlrtraAlni. Did you tron; of South Btfavier iJyvn. help brine it about? If bo, .tpj;e your First, ,flor the hearty iwelcpme 8ven us. pvedlcinie Uke a man.' Second, for tjhelr Inteiriest and Wasn't It Mart of lite itrade .tjiat Un,cle .in Uii.3 meeting. should be satlsflerl Jnvas MicCtr(&ry TJilrd, for tlife Vjary fine dinner With Uxe Gjqvertnardhtip and ahl BqcMham for us. Btpil In ill his flgfiit to qsgoin his FouTith, Jor ithe leffonts pf .the (teapher, the United Sfcaites mait,? Mrs. Ktpwn, In pnepairing such an program for our entenqalmpiu'int. Judge Wialtci Evoins, of thp 13)d,cal JORRERT (ROSS. f d district Court, mini be sTQj,Uy i LILLIE PA03TEIIS(&N, t by (tihat suit in his oaurf bdw,2n ADDIE ELLE TAYLQR, the slant qoipoirllans, L. & N. CanxmlUlf. Tote- and the Western Unliqn 1 unler, t'-i- ni-i- ji n H'i--- till RA-"- pres, U J?ve,rt)ielfs pofs't nf livto'.i-Itabl- e ouinnse and unflagging cnenis'. when h was only Iq0il(ci?n ca." a fqw if Uiese, piulolning wme of t'. pro- -' vldons and about $4i of the explorer's nvwiy, .ran iwiuy, lea.lrw t'.ve resi of Uie jurly In (l.sj',Utlin. The nuwi-til- n wj.s l,i.(X0 feet nbove the and t'.K light fiUnqsphtine at u hlg'i altitude affected ,the h at til vf the (priest mid h'.s .servant. The Japan0' l:xf!p.er was attickid by inunastliariiU while moit of his servants uffcrtd from Amln the pkius ;rk;s,t .hlmsc-l- f and his patty to the care of .r.uhliV, aiwl aftqr a kyv .f months on tlie nipifntain thy ,wre all anabled p descfAl.-iI.!t,cra- -y DIgrt. whlo'i Dr. Svrn epli-er- , had found. Ills 'Turkish num!i.- -, a nivrtt while he was camping tain In northwestern Hpsllsh Yes, and when you come In ve will sell you a handsome, AL- L- WOOL suit and an overcoat, too. I ! llp on In to him, In t tlie moan- - twnty We've got the clothing that gets the iillt, business. When you get It you will get anything you go after. Our clothing will give you a good appearance and that is what sa counts. Our good feeling furnishing goods will make you feel like the "Duke of Content." Our ties--a- nd everything ve sell will tie you to us, and make you a like-lo- ng customer. CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. 1 Hartford, Kentucky. 444444AA4A444AA fud con-verf- se A ejpjbar-iwsae- ", I aftr B.U1-rpa- d s -d o a n fo-i- r pr. ye-vr- t Say, Do I You Know I : l ' ly sa-vlc- e a R'ni-dhls- m It is not a bit too early to select your Xmas present? We are sTellin just lots of them now, so before the best things are layed back you had better be looking around. We are going to have the largest line we t pf 1 'have ever carried, and if you buy you Xmas present before at least looking over our stock, you will see where you have made the greatest mistake of your life. There is no use to try to enumerate the many things we have, but a few of them are: The best Rings on earth, Watches, Clocks,Bracelets, Lockets and Chains, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Mesh Bags, Chafing Dishes,Silver Deposit Ware, Silver and Silver Plated Ware of all kinds, some new things in "1847 Ware. So come in and just take a look at least and I believe you will say s x X d l, A Life Time X XMAS PRESENT! orir lp y Saim-lifly- prpr Srral we have the prettiest display in 40 miles square. lrt SilVr-litUmAfn- j-- SemlH-UaiUiis- en Get our Holiday Prices on Pianos, Player Pianos, Organs and Small Instru ments; Sheet Music and Player Piano Music. J. B. TH Hartford Music Co. Reliable Jeweler end Optician - Tappan KENTUCKY. x y - HARTFORD, i frvege-Utlo- n, Hartford, Ky.l l l6 , m ma m Hi I IWW ,'",n, "'"Wfc-5wJW(FB,u.,,,.rt,wr-MMW,- r"ws). . ii'.'yw; nujjstv, J, C. I'or, llin a 'T3 irymvin, ihan a fliio ' Uno of Mo'iy IJox J'ai.-Hir-.i fcir .Vito (H-l- l 4 rfrt ri rfti rAi rl X v 9 ! "r Ir. M. A. I'.uiuM wii fci UieVpovt (llai fLjfr.l lwt slrl. Tills Opera Tor t!ws freshest and twist Candlos o'i ttif mirVst R to J. C. Ilr?r'.. Ur. CW'y from 2.V to $1. Jwt tfiln, for vur rtl-- e ,dv. ti! Cull w-e,CV n J, Virt InttrMt 4t t!? J?1 MmV njinny. Our tor C. lliii tho Rtrynvin, inji'Jiifi jpu may nccil In Cn Oroovy Uunuqrlnd lin. . I!arr4;r,4oni Kl, 'I".oro J. C, iv.vellrpjt V 1W. epeclils ot D,r. l)aa-- i Hujso I'rliUy unl Satucdav lK!it, Wvreo re?Is will nlRf.t nnd t: uvek'p AI Clothing! 4 IW, Oo Bi'o'ryvrtinn. I'lan til. Uno of wv fruit lxwk'.ts h msr'a ,to Hart fa: d. Ilavo tt )xs be afpriclati?d. w" o 7111t Ajlv H-- nn A fl isV A A to to a A IW- l" C0PVRi0KT.PSCC ' - HHft. ' Just a word about the best line of Men's Suits and Overcoats in to maVft bw-Hfpr trv His .llcstliltys will IVa.9 Frank Causes Killing. '"in.il a of n:ne to iXIr, J. C Clainti Whlk, IS yeotra oM, wai 1 .V'v stonUy klllfd It ,r f,t tlHilr earllt'. onrvenfcnat, nfar Suaivdae ti in-- 1 ono deslrlns to Any take tip ilio diy nlRht ly Cliff Itur,I,?n. II0U1 imri work'.d on the section e,rcw tuily of short liand ami typewriting , nml t'aM nlaht White should call or write Mr. A. Karl An- at Inwent niVnd of llurd?n ml jhld lilnvelf. derson, Hartford, for tenni find In a dark p!ar In ti.e noixd, where tin Adv. formation. 1!"jv. SVM?, f It'n,A"eir Jini, timber .wjis thick and n.s llurjlari rt!,1 IVrr'i TMoe In-riunno-ilalo- yiAf tfniM tif.w 'uott, (rti in ur "Uo-jvmunlc: KrMny nl!it UMtnUed" Wit" "lluw AUntle ,Vi Ki eM" "Tr.ue tttJLin- - ,ltfta.rt. Xititnliy nUht "Newly "VIws on lWt. Cosila" ".M,'jn?r;iTii Jie. 'Kfi mVnN- nlrn In only W Tlicfl! pleluirp will iloej L!ie nliw)i for this yenr nud Viu will 'iej the t i;oo;ttin.Ky to e3 t' em. - WATCH This Space la-v- Next Week! I I Ha'd Th" llpiihUcan l pWonitil aill V Mondiy. Jle ww fi fi4fl 'aivy, wi'itire in .will njsWt In abn a Inte-ndi- fenv mlnuta !n,ur r.y AVrxrl-wnrt- l'. Hartford. We have them in a big variety and want to show them to you. A look means a sale, if you are really interested. None but the best are handled by us, so if you want to be dressed comfortably and in something stylish, call and we will fix you. I a In iro'-WV- il initfl'innr. O'l&mi U&irji Jlr. Viin-lirbl- to returrpd TralnJni; Hq'iool n.t lilkton, hn Ky., n,fVjr (tptn'llni; the TlimWltii; lolliJpyi bnru wj'ji 11 parrn'.s, Jud?o an-Jlrs. V, II. HajmtH. MlfH lla'Jo Gl,nn, who vraa n Cuv rtaya U alilo to t'"o wtd-k- , :li'jfl wprk oa ttarjur In W he- -'. UuTlnp Irr IllntM Jliw? Jtn.nRiare Ju.:n,r .UuiRht MIm Glswn'fl mo(Tni. 1U10 flrrt ot lir Rwv are interested in you being well dressed, for it is in this way we advertise our business. Remember this and bear in mind that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A We HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. m. ami Mm. C. It. Jbr,'J and Jiave orturnitid ,to tjSftlr ljOTO ai )al Cr.'ftk, Tnn., atsr p. few m,other. dnja vjslt with Jlrn. Mr.". nilla .Mor,ton and o'Mfv rola,tlv,cp. .Mr. CpjB iu U-w-l's Winn you make jyur list of ClirUt-maj)noscnts It would be nice to nwmlver H your friends wlttli a yiaa.rs subscription .to a sood magazine. Vfr Juries of any norlodlcal publWne,d pall J. Nay tf Foster ilacazlne Accncy. Mr. J. A. Ullbro has .sKid nls mropprty at "Oontrtown nnd J'.oa mo,ved Wa liiiily o Hartford and la living1 with Mr. S. A. Vtpfiftw until ,Mr. ltllbrp tpn build a renldenq;. He tlll owsu 'hi? farm !(?Iow tow-- n if only to frlgln'-efirkml. Aa hj JTip.?d out Utirdr-Wjilte ulit'impted to wpJk Knowing who ho vtap. AVhlte trjel to stn; ll;ird,'n causlr.-this niitur.-u'lsuplc!n upon the part of Burden nnd he fired upon WJilt?, kjlllmit film Instantly. Bunion urrtt brtnft oind told. liU fathpr he (had killed m.aone, Rnl ntfl1-boor- s .wpnt to tire actn" and found that Burden i,al killed his frlond. Dr. A. B. lllle)', fiounty was culled and tvnpaincjed o Jury and ac quitted Murdtti ot any b.lifiie. T'lp of V'o Jury was: "We, tjie Jury find the follqw.lng t, Viat .Claude White, nRSfl 18 &rws, catne lo his ilotli iNoveinbr CO, 1!)12. at 7:15 p. m. la,t the liandsTf Cliff Umld'., who sliot !ilm In self dfens, thlnklnif he (Claude White), woa tr7ins to dj him bo'llly hp.rm, not knowing wlno It was." Jiutnjned ou", HurV?ii, who a cJoMe nt 1 For Xmas Goods j ve.-di- wr-dlc- i In The Oil Field. i: I 1 Mr. J. Jf. 'Iane, of Wja3'iln(?ti0on, P.i. offer p. visit tp hU famllv. summer. and is a?xtit activ.e In pmMriff fttije inTl'f) Stale .TYi.ninicja' Institute was l.i terests of his cocunamy Jn fh.e nialtea- - )f a,t the itvouirt houie ss'wlun iiasin?. icitc. and Thursday. TJie liwtnuptois lnC( ne.stlns and liplpful .talks, and Ra.V(e It is reported Hiait Uip Ohfla FiUel Co., It la .tliat no fnon; lead f'?-"- e hai piurfihaafd ithie I. N. Duk,e fturm talks. TTve ai'A;ndiwic.9 was eKcooJilngly W. the SneJl plape, iflroim amaU. II. Mpore and Jorn A. puike, Jtihie tnwpcrs retaining rpyalty, wJfSi Mr. Jt T. ll.irn,rd, route 4, Harfio"!, pf I2.C0O. paid The Jtppubllcon a plopaant call '- . Tuesday arid renewed Mb subscription. wWk ias b,gun ori jhe Jlauisf Rto-A fln Une of C;it alafis to secpt rv:n We are plased to note tliat Mr. BarnAflv OU Cpmcajny's Well No. 1, on Mre (V1-le- r al J. C. H?j-'- . ard lias been a con&tant sutrsqrlbieir to fa.rm. r 5tr. aohn 'W. SA.'idTlcr. of No .Cnoek. this pojrir since It beglmnlng. KIUrXVY, HBOMPBIt 6. t)il ,vm)i. wan In Owensbotu Hartfqrd Tnt No. K. O. T. M.. West Kentucky OU Co., iipa puBicOijaHoid Kor lic Xlncnt nnd J!wxrt nattprjis gM.e one of itholx fnmpus chicken sup- a 20 li. p. enfilne, .which will be uavl pers ta.st nlgCit at Fraternity .HaU to for pumping purppscs. E. Railroad Time Table In Lniportrtl CJitmi po to J. C. Hf- M. H. )'Ate the members of the local Tent. Mrs. Janres K. Krflx lion been quite Commander Elkln, of LotIns:on, was Hartford, Ky. Mr. Julius Fp'is, who a cpnmctd with a'.ck for nevrul days, but la linprovJriK. present and tirtee candidateB wtaie initthe Staite Geological Burvpy, has foejin Udw card ctfectlre Mowtay AtXprney iated after tjie banquet. V. I iloeley, wJip fips at work several days, locating a njw Aus. 21rt-.- , 'quite atek fpr e,.cniJ pniV. la InpJn- - Grand Qhancellpr Carter orn jQraRJ site on the Cope farm, for the Wprad' OU ound due 7:10 a. m. 112 North , ln,-Keeper of Ilccords will Wi' liugh Company. 1 dlly except Suuky. Mlsa Hubert Harris, of WiW. .Ky.. Illver LQiee No. 110 Knibiits of Pitll."-- s 114 NorUi Bound due 3:40 p. in. U Une sucut iaf .Hqv. 'T. (V. Jplfier anl nflxt Tuesday nlgiht, th?c. 10. iKvejry tno'n Farms for Sale. daily except 8un4My. ber of tills lodge. Is urged to be presfamily. Iniiprwed and lunHnprqved iftarms fc.r i Mft Ut South Bound due 8:45 a. ent at t)tat time, for It la not often V" dally except Sunday. sale. Call on or a4d,resa, Mr. J. Jl. Gla,cp?k, pf FivfcTlU!e, was that we are lionqred WU4I1 a visit from JSLl iWESLEY, .Ma. IIS 8ouUt Bound due 1:41 p m. a mllr at 'Kw flfflip Vie guvmd officers. dally except Sunaey. U Vdv. R 3, Hamtljcind, Ky, r,, Dr. J. S, Luck, repnenemrt.lnig' m'10 Rtaite H. E. M18CHKE Aflft iMi41iteir Baa,rd of Health of Kirttucky l.UUe M.l uwrlt. iMnrttno tho Financial Statement. of Atr. and Mrs. M. X. Faualit, Oiart byti ltockefbUer JnstttiuA?, iWiveretd p VeThe following staitemrfrt a')P(wi8 tlio i quite nick. nture ait line court luuise IWeiJtesdai amount pf campaign funds rppeied anl Mr. Clartuut Uonvutiit. Wjio ftw b.n nlgjlit upon public Jiealth, aanltfUion. and dtabunsed toy me as Campfjiign. CJuilrrnan for Ohio county In Wip jRreald(nt4ti4 s-orltlGully 111 for sivtirul iU)!", U rfMild-l- y hook worm. His Iqctuine was Inibqrest-In" . sxdentlftc and Ulustnatied wlt,h piqv-In- g 1312: pWnne alkies. HECEIPTIS. Mm. l"o Iand, and twp ri'ilUirein, ot Tlve rVullea of ,Ui.e Metliodtst Crunch it G. B. Ltknns, eiqpense money ad- Hnrrfciburs, lUlnals, bltefJ .ruUtivea at '..... y $ 231.1 vnnqed ... Bavej" iDom will op,3.n t,hei'.r bazar SunnyJale Jatt week. 8")SW afternoon, December 13, at Dpnlvau' W. O. Davis, S,tite TrepiSHreT mpnaRr of Drug Store and continue tilurough SatMr. KuiVvui Ilos.iblatt, the lUvKnblutt stfifo here, la In 1iu''-vlll- e urday and Saiturjlay evening. Kleeunt Total necelptfl f$X 10 ' n bus'jvws. DISBURSEMENTS. lunp,lies ,Wi!U be a;fv,l and alj kinds of I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A Mr. S. A. liroitalui' liaa upcfptpil notions oil sale. Your ipatqanK,e la In- G. B. LIKsrcJ, ewna2 money re- LARGE LINE OF S.'X tAnipqtpxy ,poHlan pa office deputy for vited In the lnterf-ptumpd of a good (.p.use. Potagra aiyd stationery fit..' Sheriff T. H. Dlatk. Attorney lnneat Woodward, of I'D 13.50 Shot Guns, Rifles, Target Guns, Savfl money on jour magazine orders firm of Ileavrln In In LIvwy blUs 5.10 H(teJ UUIs t by ordering from J. Ney Faster Uag.i-lin- e LonJaWlle defending Olivatcir Vpsttf, a . J1.29 t yo.ung man from Hoise Uiunicli, who ii Bus on4 ltiaJliKBd Ca.n Agency, Hartford, Ky. Ammunition, Shells, Etc. 18.VJ SscnejtjaTles Mlsw AfiWeClia.rlLt "ieikt to Hnrtford Qlianstd wlUi the niuidrr of an I. C. 7.T5 engineer In Loulavllle on Ocrtpbr 1.5. Stpno(naphdc work TilnanksgUlmir at 1.50 Sign end puUin up b.And respectfully request you 'lhuiisdiay itp spfind, Young FpsUir Is claiming aelfide&nse lirame. Owi:naUro Mcm'emB.or. 7.15 ' .... .. 4.1 .A.tll amj! crn 4llA laifvia4 anH Jite firleiifls here hqpe 'he will bo Lights an3 Tolepjion.9 oiiu dot mc tyvl MAigaK.t(e (Williams and MhnBi jty 600 able to establish Jida (knniocojice ut the ChallengiarB and I,nRj?ctnrs of Shot Gune, Am- - or itopkpprt, wer uw Mct8 sinwiaiy ot cliorge. '.best Sl.'.O To ge-- t qut rata v .... , nef,rfr- - Mr,ln KUwr anl !Mtaw Off'kVB expanse .. M5 &c, ever Jidgimnnt The verdlcit of Vie Jury and ' iMaurlrvi Atairlln. of (the O'.Uo Circuit Court airtMjnllng to .....(30933 Mr. leave U KUiit, at HofUn. but Total eXiPenso beet and prices w,ho Juis b,?i?n Uvln In Jlpirttfkxtil far Itobt. Rohlnfson $5,123 fqr porsanal In- Balpnjcie on litanda, $13.55. Goods juries including the loajs of a Iteg, suf' HomAtlme e;icaed In Wie tkmJjeT busiC. M. CROWE. ,'v lowest. fered at Broadway In 1310, was affirmdpjijfeirpuBiy 111. ness, Is Subpcrtbed and sworn U bewne nv ed by the Co.urt of Appeal laat Wtfek, by C. .M. Crowe, Vila Nqv.?ntfir 2ti. 912. Mr. ,WIU Monro?, of New York pity. The by J,ivl two was firet ' wjio rtfxniiy vMted inetliveis taA ikW1" JNO. (B. WIUSON. Evans in the y. S, Court wio dlnwitd I N. P. O. C. f reiver Dam, and Mx. Huiry ilionmie, ' a verdict In favor of Uie Cool Company, My QommVislon cpluvs January 14, Dam were In Hantfufnd FrUloy, 1 but wluo. IaVot decided lw wop wlghout 1911. ' Mr. Iteiil ?nnd KY. tor, u;nd Mrs. U M.. ilaltl w ffltrnw" Jurllfcctian. of Ixujs,vllle, avkno,wledgies .with The Itepubllican Notice. hpiuemtrt, Mr, and Mrs. ,W. Q. JUtnder thanks the reu;lpit of a spkmdld tio'.o All perHons Jiavlng flaJnis against the (jv from Tiiurwlay until Saturday. CM'iKiiitfsVvved of Uifi t'lliy-eli- t U. 8. Qran payi oanh tar tuts. estate of W. O. Tlnaley, doceaaed, are I.oultvlll). Mliw Mmiv Antiwjn. In ,tlis U. 8. Army 8erivlio Snlio,.l liereby notified to rxvaent .tlio name . s- -w v. ur. at. . ,Vl( ,tp j,e at Fit.. LeAwnwortli, lCana). TJi,e ctovi in properly proven to t;lw luw firm of V 'Ick, Is bt.tti'r. th ueit of Mm. i'IViliqre llivtlj' o' repneneints neonly every W.e In Barnes & Smith, ot ithelr offices, In ,M;tWQ.ijrv 0-Mr. S. T. Baiwtt J .ulte stek wlthUpotli avpauv-Owut'iiUnion and Ken,tuplo- - Is Wy ,epir'i-ente- d the city of UarWord, Kentucky, on or Mlx.s M.iry Joiner, w o i)t)VU a l''I- ' '' A tho V rlrne. by. a native xn of Ohio couply, before December 11, 1912, or Uiey will 4ln In 1i. fi (Hajktiiill . tj 5n .. Cati'.ll aiptaJn'W, K. Un;kfitit, wl to stint ui be forever barred. "" lOf tliat BOOU ipuro -- ""' onenad a barrel hoUd-ajtwre Miie jJi'ture Wi hall .be glad for ills Witness my hand, tills November 12, kind that HPen,t fvo ,TliankM. 'Ne.w Orleans Molaaaea-t- lie GULESTJNE TJNSLEY, with Her ipancnts. Key. and Jli.a. T. V. friends ,to como to our office wliere Uiey 1912; A ffUlon tpday. everybody likes. Get Adv. will nee Uve picture. Ewcutrbc. JfflnT. aXllTFORD GJIOCKRV QO. ,'. -- . I ' "J ojikl will cuUxa It tity) cocnlng ROSENBLATT'S (In Connection With S. Rosenblatt, Hawesville) J4x&Gb, at hjaa ,retunnod jVed-nesd- Hartford, - Kentucky. one-elgh- h 1 Hartford Republican. r 1 Christmas LUN, N. N. bn , Presents! This year when you begin looking for a Christmas present, come to my store and inspect my special line of .1, -- d GUNS! GUNS! g, plri'!-tlo- n, rrpap.-foUiis- F:1-da- i Holiday Goods 1 sell t everything usually w wii line T.munition, iubvovuu brought I"urt f naruoru. the the , U. S. CARSON Groceryman HARTF0R6. dgh elry store, I have many suitable presents,including "Watches, Clocks, Knives, Forks, Spoons, Toilet Sets, Double Feed Fountain Pens, all kinds of Rings and guarantee to replace any stone that may lose out of ring; Bracelets, Etc. Best quality for the low-- v est price. Always see me before buying. carried in a first class jew- . ru.u, --,-- u,, xio Wvjay 1 j( KING R. W. Optician Hartford, 4 Jit ...... Jwlr ' H - Kentucky s 1 J & CHRISTMAS GIFTS CHRISTMAS GIFTS CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR SWEETHEARTS FOR BUSINESS GIRLS FOR BOYS UNO GIRLS ! . HAVE YOUR SUITS Directory S. , eon-vtnt- 'J'J1VVXBWW2M: Cleaned i Pressed Dye- this Chrlstmns with one of the new as a headdress. tobacco cases In whose silver shelter An Ivory Tollst Set. fourteen little cartridges of the fra"I've put my silver set away nnd grant nnd favorite weed nre compactly stowed away nnd accompanied by a now tiso tho lvorr toilet set Aunt , Marion sent me Inst Christmas," was I There Is no safer Investment In tho way of n Christinas present for any woman, young or old. than a scarf that tn.iy be used for afternoon and even- t.i;: wear. Scurfs are the direct out-- I utility twins favored Hither thiin come of the vogue for tunics, (lchus. mere decorntlvene In nil those thlnps iicrtiins nnd draped skirts that have of which they nre prepared to innke invaded the fashions tills winter. One use with nuy prctenio of ploimtre. scarf can serve a number of purposes. The mnn who smokes will be genuine- It can bo used as tlchu on n house gown or worn ns n shoulder cape under ly p'enscd If some one presents hltn the evening cloak or adapted to serve Is nlwnys much eiHer to choose in?5oiit for n womnn An ncccptnlili than for n mm, the needs of the sterner sex belnir more llmlteil nnd prneti-cn- l It i special attention. ing neatly done. Ladies work given Repairing and delivered. A TOT AF.IIOI'LAXE. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called forand Club rate $1.00 per Pressing C. A. 1SLDO., month. Hartford Captive airships which whir, around string nre complete In every detail, and those tunde In celluloid are splendid toys that boys will be delighted to receive for Chrlstmns presents. The popularity of electric traction Is rcllected in the increased sales of electric trains nnd trams. The motorcar unci tnxfc.ll) llgutq prominently on the shelves. These nre provided with hooters, adjustable hoods, windows which ran he lowered, glass Hcrecua, lamps .mil even the telltale taximeter Itself. Monkeys and bears on tmpcics. which squeal and gnint continually, ire new and are bound to caue endless fun. There nre those which turn innumerable somersaults until the motive power gives out. In the parlor nnd board game department uew Ideas nre rampant. The old fashioned Christinas tree may be .uperseded by the lucky pies, a big box full of prizes bearing numbers, which have to be drawn for. The Always Popular Tool Chest. There are few boys who are not "tickled te death" when Santa Claus nn n JUUUlll. 'uii'my ill HARTFORD, KY. Quarterly Quarterly Court Begins on the fourth Hominy In February, iUy, M(ps?rs. W. 11. ll.i nuts mini C. Ii August and November. SmiUi .annoiiiKV Uiat Uwy luivo ifona-- a Couit of flret Tuesfor Uio (mor.il pmc-tlc- e day In January und first Tuisday In of !r.v, exciqtt criniin.il anil illvor October. Clalms-Convcuea ivarUi-TiJi-p Circuit Court-- T. F. Blrkhend. Judge; Ben 1. Itlnso, Attorney; W. l Mldklff, Jailer; K. G. Barrnsi", Clerks F. I Felix, Master Coinmlsloner; It, T. Collins, Trustto Jury Kund: T. II. Ulnck, .SherHAJlTKOItD, KY. iff, Hartford. TJeputie-o. Komwi, turner Unm; U. I Jon-lloute 5, Hart Will practice bin proftIoii in did ford; W, I". liirji, Un!no. Court and ftdjolnliig countlus. Commercial first Muiul.iy In IVluniuy "Jul con ami Criminal I'ractlcr! a Specialty. Unui tliriu wnkx; thud ilomUiy In Aw 11. two wevks; Uilrd MonUuy In OUobtr two Wicks. County Court. It. It. WeiMlnt?. Jinlm- V. S. Tinsley, Clirk, C. K. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Couit conenes first ...,. M...l.... I Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law N Barnes & Attorneys at Law Smith 'Ml dill), Other County V. M. HARTFORD, KY. Survejor, Fordkvlllp, Ky It. F. D. No. 2; BeniurJ Feilx ,Asesur, Hartford, Ky ir. F. V. No. 2; Huiry Leach, Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. IJ. Coioner, Hint for J. JUSTICES' COUIITS. Iltiley, ter X. Offlcert C. S. MoxJey. cisc!, Is census. Mr. SinlUi pin-otiU-J Coinnly Mtor-nri- )- from jimclIcIim such Mr. llariUB will Individually OffliviB accept such practloc. la Hartford Republican buildltig, Hartford, K" vTtl .Monday -- Chamberlain, COiTTOftENT TOBACCO CASS. filler which, without any of tho usual trouble or untidiness, adjusts the contents of the beloved pipe. For the nutomoblllst or for the mnn who travels Indeed, for the smoker everywhere this little gift Is just the thing he'll want. When Gift Hunting. For the exquisite, the book lover and the traveler In one, whether mnn or woman, a gift rar excellence would be a beautiful book rack of rare wood with much fine Inlaid work, which Birds and comes from Florence. scrolls in Intricate designs are deftly Bhown In woods of varying hues. For the mnn or woman bridge fiend there are bridge score pads supplied with covers of Chinese embroidery. Belt pins and buckles are welcome offerings. ,, Give Her a Placqu. If you give your best girl a pendant be will be charmed, but should you select the latest ornament from gay GILLESPIE BROS. W. H.&J.F. GILLESPIE Proprietors ..V'm15, soolt, Oiuiimuii, Wedneilay uftrr Vonduy In .Muieli, Uediumuy alter Jrd .Monday In June. Wednesday after after WW '." fi.lltVmtcl' Wednesday Jlotiday In December. V'i S1IU.' 1iocMon' irlday after 3r i -- Jrd Atom ay In SeHeiiil.er, . 3rd aiouduy in """ ' In Mafiii, Tuesday ul- June, juefctitx- - alter Hartford, Tuesday Tuesday all-r Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In alt the Courta of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court of Appeals. Also Notary Public Office over First Nation! Uank. YANCYL.MOSLEY. 's i in, MJ nS!,T.,nu:i'v,d'y,;).r" axtr:'iWya-3,- j Vf IVORY TOILET SET. j the very pertinent remark made recently by n girl who Is successfully working her way to a good salary If not to fame. Yes. there are such comfort and smartness about the new ivory toilet sets that every girl Is pleased with them. It Is, however, much better to give one or two pieces at a time of the very best quality of Ivory than to try to cover a larger field. Pocket Writing Case. Why not give her a stationary writing case? You can buy such a convenience for $2.25 of fln durable leather which holds a quire of paper, envelopes, fountain pen and stamps. Or a good print neatly framed to hang in her room Is an acceptable gift, and even a calendar. If artistic. Is not to be despised. But do be careful If you give her a book, and don't send an edition of Ibsen to the girl who loves the lightest kind of fiction, or vlo versa. Handkerchiefs and gloves she'll sTdlssssV sff B it LAGKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK 'u"e, oaiuruay ,'"' i"Ptember, Saturday if. ... AI. I. ltiLr l)..Hr. ..... . SS M?" "y. " Tueu. after luc'iay utter 3rd aiondav in a fir Vnx.ny uiiuiB J" rcnrSaty J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public Ohio Count' HARTFORD, KY. All Matters Given Prompt Attention. TENSION AFFIDAVITS SPECIALTY. iiiiuer, oiaton wln. .,!,.. V .SBFHsBSSSSSSBf 2mBbVVbbs7 BBSBLi"sKl 1 NWwSHsslrUBjh.- fsW Jk aV Horseshoeing a Specialty. rim is i I & itty ! Ser" UlUr 1,na & l.?ta"tiUnbir.,r,da,r C& " POLICE COUIIT. KILL the COUGH AND tssrfriHla fii CURE the LUNGS isi immt i. u ttSTy? JJ.Uj:se,i8U-MWr'if,0a';- ' BBSBSBSKBBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSSV lLlgr?JXX?tt;,.H w' Hartford - Kv '$ TOOL BOX. man; Dr. "F j. u ii V,hV.w-- F"?". Mayors Dr. King's tOOUCHS OLD8 aJBAtc.?o, New Discovery viuiir. FflR """. SEKVICE8. jMaaiaKfPBk sJLSsssM "- -" I V-- " .KsW m . rjdgo 1 IiA PLACQCE, THE NEW ORNAMENT. Paree, "la plaeque." she will love you better than ever, for It's the smartest thing we've had In Jewelry for many tnoons. This novelty Is a round medallion about the size of a silver dollar nnd Is of platinum or silver, but never of gold. Pearls, gold or colored stones are lncrusted on the surface, and delightful color combinations are secured by enamels. The little ornament Is woru around the neck suspended on a tine gold chain or a narrow velvet rlhbou with Jeweled slides. The Smart Vanity Set. All girls like dangling trinkets, and here's an Invention that Is both swagger and convenient. It consists of a number of toilet accessories made of olid gold or silver dangling from a bracelet. In the set pictured the articles reading from left to right are lip salve holder, coin purse, powder box nnd eyebrow pencil. To these is sometimes added for the very up to pocket WBrnxa case. flippantly dub as "commonplace," but she'll be grateful for the gift later on. 811k stockings are always winners In the gift line, and pretty combs for the hair, or an umbrella if it has a stunning handle. Handy Powder Bag. The stress and strain of the day's work never seem to make the business girl oblivious to the fact that her nose may be shiny and that injudicious bag of powder will add as much to her well being as the drop of oil given the rod of her typewriting machine. In other words, if you give the business girl a smart little powder bag, such as the one to be seen In the illustration, hbe will bless you as long as the vanity case lasts. She can conveniently dls- il.'iVPPHfc't.JiSSa? leaves them a tool box, and now that manual training Is taught in the schools most boys know how to use the tools Intelligently. But they must be of the best quality to be of any practical value. And a watch! Well, the height of a boy's glory is reached when he gets a really truly timepiece. The popularity of the watch is well exemplified in one of Mr. Oooley's famous stories, in which the hero prayed for a watch as n Christinas gift, but. much to bis disgust, received a hair chain that raveled. Things a Boy Likes. II o likes a pair of hockey skates, footballs, an air rllle. college pennants, it desk, games. Juckknlvex. tie clips, and If you want to delight liU heart give him a silver pocketknlfc with his monogram on it. School and college plus and just now the monogram scarf pin may be whut he'll want. Among more useful presents are to be found sweaters, school or dress suits. If the boy is interested In wireless telegraphy all kinds of batteries uud appliances will help along the cause. Should you want a present for the small boy or for one of larger growth who belongs to n drum corps get hi in u really good drum and he'll be happy, hut his parents probably will suffer. What dlf ference? It's Christmas! What a Girl Likes. If she Is a wee lassie who can Just trundle a doll's carriage or Is old enough to feel the real responsibility ItELIGIOUS WMtrlrtUi:tt-PriK COllMtUM M.13Klnli:TM, ! W1,WTW ii tna niMK z nmi. i ipipmua : uaia. m mw halbUTUmirttnSil. Ol01sH..i..ri.f r M4 t ! Kcv.BaMaMa. A trial mike you our Dermaaeot cuitoir.tr. SPECIAL OFFER:villi I SEEDS0 mkuws seas succeed i s" "HVryfflav crn,n" Sunday Sr Sc-o- School :W,r-Sr'v.'S.ff- i . every fourth Write tO'day; Mention this Paper. MVWSAAAMVMAAAtAAAAAAAMW eathPmSliUhrl?r?rv2cSunday V. . ... - ""I .?T UHU ' In " i Electric GUARANTEED SATISFAOTOK OB MONET REFUNDED. Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. Tttol BsWs FrM AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. wis NEW UNDER ANY THE SEWING MACHINE OF QUALITY. SOCIETIES. Hartford Lode No. rT5. F. A. A M meets first unu third .Monday each month. 0 en Hunter, W. &.. li P. .Secretary. Keystone ChiiMir No. 110. meets eiery third Saturday It A. Mli! tf.clL!?1n,,,, Jo" T. iloore II ' Secretary. V. Hartford Chapter No. St, O. E S i"dAfn,Urth S,,?,Jay evc"': Sb U?il.M3i.lfr Secrulo?0"' W' VlJ?M& ,'er,Lo'1ee No. 110. Knlchta of Jj mTc.t" every Tuesday nlKht. cor'n.& s. ck' - C' J Ncy lust".K- Hartford Tent No. W, K. O. T. M and U,M Thursday . 1J. OIIIes!ie. L l' Foreman, Jtecord KeefXr. Sunshine Hhe No. K. L O T M SECItET Bitters Very Serious U k is the FOR KIDNEYtLIVERAND STOMACH TROUBLE best medicine ever toM over a druggist's counter. tt "" "i, SV i NOT SOLD heceer'"' LU" S. "LHoJ "V. -- Ottrtil .SSSSSSa-SaaA-L M DOLL DABV CARRIAGE. VANITY BIT. date girl a clgarctto case, with, of course, a tiny receptacle for matches. These sets won't do for the nervous woman, for their jnugling and tinkling re very pronounced as the wearer walks. The Walking Stick In Again. There are years when tho walking tick Is not curried by men, but this Is not an off season, so why not buy the man a stunulug stick of meerschaum wood with the ever popular straight handle tipped with silver on which the monogram of the prospective owner 1 engraved? Little dab of powder, Little ipeck ot paint. Make the little freckle Look ai though It ain't. pose of the little bag In ber pocket and surreptitiously give ber nose a dab that will add to ber satisfaction during the day. The useful trifle is to be purchased at most department stores and comes in a Christmas box decorated with sprays of holly. There Is a glass In one section, and In the other a pocket conceals a tiny chamois bag tilled with powder. Email Incisions have to be made in the chamois to allow for the outlet of the ponder. of a dottle us big ns herself, she'll like nothlug better than one of the up to date buby carts exactly like those a real baby tukes her ulrlng In. The carriage Illustrated Is a new model put out for the Christmas trade and the cheapest of them sells for $3.50. The shape Is tho same at all prices, the difference being merely In the appointments of the carriage. Of course the very wee girl will have an old fashioned model or a very tiny replica of this new variety. Proud as I'uucb is the small girl when she wears ber set of furs that Kris Kringlo has brought ber. This year there Is a tasclnutlug assortment or these sets, ranging all the way from ermine to the near ermine, which is Just plain rabbit or cat, but pretty ana dainty nevertheless. Chinchilla I an attractive Telt for young girls, and lately even the black furs bavt been constdered smart for youthful weurers. No. 1M. Imp. Order Bed BLACK-DRAUG- HT in each month. Kllia A- - K' WW of Liver Medicine WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. W. O... W. No. .202 ""i luurm iviiuniay i . ,.,i . nieht The rerjutatlon of tWa M., 1ti -- .. If yon purchase thoNKW 1IOMK yon will "Muuma: cirrK. W. C. dic mcaicine, lor constipction, inhnvo a life nict nt tho prli-- you pay, und will VulIuce7 digestion and liver trouble, is firm. I'reston Morton Post No. i. a not liavuau endless chain of repairs. ly established. It docs not imitate 'h!a3f.,r.e.KU1,Br Saturday fcefoVo i other medicines. It is better than month. 'atd iiVi.il0f"d.ay Quality J. M. Itogera, others, or it would not be the fa f!ri1(1n I?! 1a rA..A ... vorite liver powder, with a larger Considered wT.i i Muiwmen or the sale than all others combined. four SOLD IN TOWN in, uacn inouiii Vfi F3 itra. K. aPcndlion. C.erk.e' Cheapest Sujislilne Hhe No. 42 L. O T M . ovory first and t,huil m the end nlsh in each 31 w. Atjtye Gnlftlti, month. UaJy Commander; Mm. II. E. Mlachlv'. Ladies! &ave Money and Keep ift1 If you want a sewing machine, write for Ijtidy r.cxxrd Keeiper. Style by Resding McCaH's Our latest catalogue before you purchase. Itoiujli lUvr Ioli--e No. 110 Knlchta Magazine and Using McCall Pattern The New Home Sewing Machine Co., Orvge, Mass. of Pythias, moets ovca-Tiday iiteht, n. L. Tayiior, C. C, J. Ney KcCtlTiMsiiiisiwIll ITowtor, K. M'CAILS MAGAZINE lioln )ou Urij ui Jt. ec a. i.t a iiiiulcialo OTHER NAME. HOME I I I It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given ycu. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine Ohio Tribe nifcht day nill'!"., '. -i ""'""'" W 100.00 Cash-Ron- ln,h Ash-Adi- t- ""' "i'J!."?". '''! kfej" Qut, nv.-e.t- Mfl-l!i- ly For your spare time Kxperlence not need, 150.00 TO A MONTH cxiu'Dioby ed. Want an active man In this locality. To Introduce us to your friends. We pay largest cash benefits when slch. Injured, and at death, for smallest cost. and offer to flret applicant from this place. Write quick for a. s. f m. particulars. THE 835. Covington, Ky. I AM PREPARED To do any kind of Veterinary work. Horses, mules and cows need not die for want of Calls answered attention. day or night. Board of Directors. Ben Watson, Warren county: C. M. Barnett, Ohio county; A. H. Brooks, Bracken county; It, . Bay, Hardin county, and J, F. Doss, Muhlenberg county, , Ohio Coutrty Officers: 8. U Stevens, Pres., Beaver Pam.Ky. Henry Pirtle, Sec. Hartford. Ky. V. Ford, Treas., Hartford, Ky. K-I- President. S. B. Itobertson, McLean county. Bee.. Treas. O. P. rtoeroer, Warren county, State Organizer. C. C. Allen. Hepry county, and Iat-t- u Graves. Allen COUlltv. Asalatant tat organliers. Sfccrelary.Trtasurr-- S. D. Kump, Indianapolis, Ind. State Officers: if- - ?i- - t'roman, Carroll county, Pre. T. T. Barrett, Henderson county Vice National Officers: president-a- t. F. Sharp. Narrsws, Ky. Vice President J. M. Woods. luu poniul on tlio litc;t fa kIi 1) ns in tloltips unit tiuts. 60 hew I'aimii iK'ilcr.s (in nil Iminii nnd rr- miiiui inniii-is- . iiuy n )iar n froo latti-iii- . Huli-- ktiopliig In raih Alio Milu.ibla liifiirinitlon t:: mantMt vtismiws ' own hmiii' wliu yjifrotviilinmln ( liuliinu for loutsulf und il.ililt'i'i nl.kli lull lio pi't'wcl lu stylo nml (it l'rn iv'i hllicr tlnra 11 rvuu Hciicl for fivo l'nl."in t uiulouito. ( W Will Cnt Yo Tut TninU for crttliu; subscriptions ainoni; your llli tidv M'jul for free ripmliiiii C jtalicuo and Luk!i I'ruo Oder. WE lr frco ruini!o copy. KcCtll Ptt'.trci n i'l cintilr you tn mnl:p In your tllo today or Mod i i- ikVJl COKfAMT. 233 to 243 Wat J7A St. KTO Y6K W. H. H RILEY Veterinary Surgeon erllcic'i y. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. frl POt? . wa,PiMarafhy TYPEVRrr: TELEGRAPHY VRIEIieiLLEK . CaJMnM. BOOKKEEPING Henry Leach, Chairman. Hartford, Ky. L L. B. Tichenor, Hartford, 1L F. D. No. 6. 1. K. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 1 M. S. Patterson, Oiaton, Ky. 4. B. U Alford, White ltun. Ky. (. Richard l'liimer, Taylor Mlnss.Ky, Zr" mmm wrnsswnsiaaBBwssiMiMB hi. m phw iii A ' " iwtiwiiiiat """- """-ljj. . l. .., - ., iiftriii .'.3 l. WWi-t- - .oVufIS, i.iy H inoiwyi) 'W"'-- , V- I..K'- - - T'-,- ! ... . BUY THE BRAINS HOW, WHEN AND WHY Children Cry for Fletcher's 'BEHIND THE CORN! It a second advent Dlvjnes on Germs that fjci into body nrc killed f.i two vayi-hy the whites corpuicle mid by n r stthtmtrr tbit s in Hie blood. Jut what thin we do not know, ihi IilaiJ 1 1 i hc.ilthy parson always bin somo flcrrn.kill.nfi In it to ward ciT '.e nr. Ic uf The fountain head ol Iilo is the riomarli. A mnn who ius n wci.'x and Impaired stomnch md who cl the blood, tubsunoe is, How The Body mils Germs. ths gtrtn-lililasun-tw- j.sec. Cost One Farmer $500, but;11 He Won Out, R2hlTrack $t& i Says Pastor Russell. No Satan to tie Bound Sin, Sickness and Death to Be Conquered Man to Be Delivered. The power Vested In Messiah Hie Kingdom Near How It Will Appear. World-Burning ,N'vwSvvcvvcvC.vSwKv5SKvvv Tho Kind Ilnvo Ahrnys Bnnglit, and which linn lcon lu iiso over ,H) joins, 1ms bornotho utanuturo of uiul lins been mnrio under his per- - ' syy ,A,,l,,w ,M ono to deceive you in tliH. iZfn Counterfeits, Imitations nnd "Timt-u.firmarc but l.xiHriiuoti(H iliiit trifle i and cmluimur tbo IWlth of fr,frPxi Chlldieii-t.vneilc- cm THEY DETERMINE THE VALUES Raw .S !.. i il f U d" Infants and neo against JLxnorliaenU Is snb.stUuto Castor Oil, Paregoric, Droits and Soothiiur Syrups. It is pleasant. It '(nt.;!ns neither Opium, Morthliio nor other Narcotic MilKsliinco. I l.s iiuo is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms ami allays 1 ctcrlKlmoss. Tor more than thirty years it lias been in constant nu for tbo relief of Constipation,. Ilatuleney, AVind Colie, all Teething Troubles and Dlarr . It regulatns tho Stomach nnd Dowels. .?,ny !'!!:8 th. Foo,l giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea-T- ho Mother's Friend. m-a- What is CASTORIA Cnstorla n harmless for Malarial li Cheap, but the Amount of Braina Mixed With It In Manufacture Meane Profit or Lots. Learn How. 'SSasssSMHSasSSsT I BsssssSSk' BSsS WL.fi: . M Denver, Dec. 1. Tills city Is stirred! Seventeen pastors of all denominahave been V "jrflY rj' m Kt Sf i 'a,V ' fiouio ypiirn nco n Hoonlcr farmer lc-Jtnn to brt't'tl line aeuil corn. At one of tho Krunt national corn hIiowb, hold nt ClilciiKt), lit took thu first prlzu for a nliiKle ear of com. Tliu rulo govern-In)- ; J II. MAr.Tiv.EcQ. '' "' '"" m inc pjc ior-- y years in Dr. Pierce' Coiden .Medical Discovery, a purs (.isvb-riextract iwKiiout oiconoi;, ol blcoJro')!, golden c:al rnd OreJon ijnpe root, stone root, mandrake anj a iuui wmi 11MCK cucrr) oarK. i" " Mv, I'"S!?"1 wnsn suffprrr from stomnch r, ihto and Impure, writes Miu. J Mrs II. JlAirrrw .f Kran't- Ho hid a soro on fits faco that would form ,' 'V: r.tfb v.kldir mid dry nnd droii olf In about a. innntii. timn number wiimIiI fr.nn. It thfe way ,,,r n 10"K ",rV'- - J.'" ,rlMl pvorv retii'Hlv cnnt'imed oun would th-- r anv wit. lonmi no rend. lie then trust Dr. rldrco'a jignin Medical !)icovcry '0,ln1 compli-tel.- ' mr.-him. Hj In stavH cured now two year, and I' recommend this v.dua'oio i.vJitiiKj for Irpiiriiles of the ulu ij." Dr. Pictcc's Pie.isont Peilets rciiiilnto nml Inutnu stomach, i or end boncln. tiny iJranuUs. excelled IjIo-kI.Imrm-dl.itelSujJar-coatcJ, GENUINE CASTORIA pBears the Signature ALWAYS Csttffffl&u The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THt CtHTHUH C0MPH. TT this exlilhlt was that the car tak- -' prize became tlie property of the corn show. The farmer was In despair until he learned that tills "best ear In thu world" would be sold nt public auction to the highest bidder. He determined liu must keep this ear of corn for seed on his own farm nt any cost Hi: HOUGHT THE KAIt I'Olt ifSOO. Every one said lie was crazy to pay such n price for a single ear of corn. ItiK Hrst ) MUMT STSUtT. FMW VOflK CITY. POSITIONS GUARANTEED GUARANTEE position lr need WE will us rnnlaoon. Wo tho n many mora you enormous demand oiico to tnipply ivt you for our irrnduutes. As soon aa we get tho required number of students tbia otTer will bo withdrawn. 80 write at onco for particulars. ryo mif BUSINESS COLLEGE OBO. W. HCIIWARTX rnTATt.TMiir.r mo 3 fASCt- - V V yia7im) weight and costing about 1J4 cents ..U .......i Unle r ...n,1u as many com.neal batter cakes for breakfast Why was he such a huge price for the ctrn? He was not buying corn at all. HE WAS BUYING THE HUAINS BEHIND ITS I'ltODUCTION. Haw miilerlat Is cheap; the amount of brains mixed with it In Its manufacture Uses Its market value. A piece of window glass Is cheap; a watch crystal Is more expensive; n lens for a line camera Is quite expensive; the objective for a great telescope may cost a small fortune. What Is true of corn or any raw material Is true of men. A line, strong, vigorous man can bo bought for S- - as n laborer. Mix brains enough for him to handle a section gang, and he will bring $3 per day. Mix brains enough to lit him for a wnlll.l llliv.. f..,l tions discussing The Second Advent for a mouth. Now conies Pastor Itusiell tell-ii- i us all that "The Earth abld-etforever" that It will never be defrWSTQg. gUSSElL) stroyed by literal tiro. According to Iiltn the trreat event of Christ's Com ins will bring Mosslngs such ns we all deslie. He kcciiih to have tho ruble nnd logic on bis side toot I'astor rtusscll declared that false concepts of tho Second Coming of Christ had done great Injury. Tho view set forth In nil orthodox creeds In the '" V'" ,ir,St 111 take place "" resurrection willThe saintly hours. whin twenty-fou- r BS: kk' M h JAMES & CO., Pirst Class L,iverynati Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, oto U si ,"-!,,- , j"1 via r,J '" . . ! ' ,,lp ' TOtJISVItlVR, KV, BSSsS v . V",."J v 'HJ ItaeiWe's "FlII of Life" K'ortlirm Croars, "ntiirrreil Seeds Imc a reputation ol jHcJrsot aucccsMui aeeo uenuia num. iilu)s vm pi.inr.irie neni. Seasonable Specialties: SEEDS k'"iK BUANS OVER 08 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Earliest Red Valentine . . .. Refugee tixlta Katly N:w Stringing Green Pol . Imp. Kl.Iney Wax Watlwell'a Ia is New White Wax . . Curnc's Rust l'rool Wax . Ruckbcc'a Lightning Express jj.oo Bushel Lettuce. sUdlsk, Tomato and a full line ol Seel, Hants sua uuiosai lowest growing a two. list ol Send lor complete catalogue or submit your requirements ana win quote price Buy direct Irom the grower Sae Moner. Write today. Mention this paper. WWBactbeaSl.. . Jj 50 Bushel Extra Hatty New Karly Grailus . . . . J 5 jo Bushel Market Cardui . .1.50 Bushel llnrsfnrd'i PUAS Alaska . . J1.70 Bushel Uio Bushel $4.75 Buihel U V Bushel J jo Bushel j 25 huthel ilSBilB Anront sending a sketeh and description may quteklr aseertAlri our oilnton free whether an Intention Is prnhnblf pittentahlA. Comniiinleiv. tliiiisatrleilyronndeiitlal. HANDBOOK orri'ateuta cut free. Oldest agency forieruringpatenta. I'atenta taken throuxh Munn A Co. recottj ir,fMI r.otter, without ensrae. In tha Trade Marks DESIGNS Copyrights Ac A $500 BAIt or CORN. conductor, and he will bring $4 to $5 per day on the market Enough brains to handle a great railroad system, nnd be brings $100 per day on the open market. ScktttiirC A handtomelt lllnstrated weekly. Ijnrest elr eulatloti of nnr aelenttde ItMtrnal. Terms. $3 Branch OIBea. iM Ji mertcam I). U H. W. BUCKBEE iKkfent Stri Firmv rear, rourninnius.il. soiaoyaii newsaeairr. I0 3eiBr..d,. HffM Ynrfc KMart'.l r 8U Washington. All values in the market of the world are educated brain values. The cheapest education is the best, for the efficient, well educated man is the high priced commodity. Painting and Grapefruit say that teacher wants you to get some paint an' a paint brush, Bobby?" exclaimed a farmer. "Yes, sir, to paint pictures with," d hopeful. answered his "Do you know when I went to school I hntl lots of old blue back spellers an' hickory He an' no frills or furbelows. I reckon I'll have to get 'em for you, but It looks like a plumb waste of time, this palntln' of "You eight-year-olpic-ture- ! t !ll3i3IK. V If WW MeCALL PATTERNS Celebrated lor style, perfect Canaila, or by mail direct. More sold any other make. Send lor tree catalogue lit, simplicity and rclUbility nearly 40 years, bold in nearly very city ami town In the United States alt eauatne, or ba nl TRAOC-MARK- S THAT K. promptly otxalnsd In we obtain PATENTS ipenae, an llielp you to sueoasa. Stnd reudeL photo or sketch f or on patentability. M years' praetlca. report SUR ForfrwaiUda lluok on !rimuto Patents write to PASSINQ RIFCriCNCCS. 03.SO& Sawasnth WASHINGTON. D. O. Strovt, atl than McCALLS MAGAZINE etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only W cents ycar(wnrtli double), Including a free pattesn. bubsire today, or send Jur sample copy. (WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS In Agents, roit.il brings premium catalogue 1 and nov cash prize oilers. Address tHE McCJUX CO S3 to SIS W. 37th SU NEW YORK est styles, pittcrns, UressmaLlni;, millinery, plain sewlnp.l incy nccdletsoik, luirdresiing, More subscribers than any otliet fashion magsxine million a month. Invaluable. Ijt. BUCKBEE'S BULBS BULBS LtauJttl SUCCCEDP A" 1 f ltJXtlb HBiiautAua. you a rpruaiieut triil HatufiirUoiiffuuunttttHl or cu ' tninar.wilt males your ' montiv rwf undeL r ..1. r.oi.BiMttCbrfMBJWh. aDtllBUlI IrVIIDVIIWaiM .l.l.a SPECIAL ' Mad to bmlltl NewOFFER'. llntlMMft. ' . i.tk. Msulst I retu rllasIfl MlIfftaVlUtSTUllpwa'''' llrsM llrsaisUs. rtslaWr lllsr Irla. Blllu. 0D4rsali. Aaamunt. lraffsdll. RMMUiu, wsrvis (sutf, rsrrv iwiip, tHiniMt ft Ml DttUh UlMlatU. Tulln. Oi.Os. riwoft. tVsrU ... KsastUk. Ull. HvssUk tJn.iwJruB.CnMUB.CblHttsiwIS. DKrCNDCD.1""10"".! sR0CUnCD di5wuu;rflioutoreiwrtarcIiiu.dfn!er.'ilrt.l l'n- nJn.-- luw to oljbUu lotenu, trad tuana,! AND M - f I ijuu p Wrttotiinnl-r"'TP41DS r Meatloa this Ptptr . I , COUJTinhU,rUl., JJushrsi JirrctvUk H'asHngton taxtt fiW.I may o cjien latjvienr. Patsitt and Infringement Pnctlci Exclusively. Write or mm. to us at Oalto Itatss Fatsst Oact, I TtO tlcsta Ctrwt, WABWNaTON. D. C. ALL COUNTRIES. I ltatTtAtiMSSilPftkllf ssl (TWSS1, i" I vsrlaH'M a 4.... rMl J w.. titliftlusUs tlUotli w, n-, j Mls pu " s ' rim. taw- "- a. mmm WW bihsw 1BM( I JMBVIMIM tlorsi u BttftMBft U Ul in, jr. "itpi-' S I unp wma MS iiwhsi swcsa iwm( - "" Sw w wain frmn -, UMBOOXMIBT.D...tk- -. V swaBv xocsrou, ill. oAtfiff AM077y- V&fA&iZZrZ IJiV s ' 35" - immiyl ?iw'cdfi. reew,A n V.I PLENTIFUL S5 rA i ' tt'iiVteU,zr '(jf'A topGrcesi2fJf'icJJ fuij His good wife smiled behind her glasses aud kept on sewing. Some time later, when Bobby was fast asleep, she adroitly asked the man en veloped lu the blue haze of White Burley, "Bob, what did you get when you were In town this afternoon?" "Why, I got those repairs for the shredder that bad come by express, an' I saw somo nice grapefruit an' ornuges an' brought a few along. Why?" "What was tho use of brluglu' them You knew we had plenty of home? bacon, potatoes, beans an' coffee In the pantry, didn't you?" Gradually the man struggled out of tho smoke long enough to exclaim: "Ono reason I got 'em wus to please you. Great Scott, don't you ever get worked out, tired to death of fat meat an' coffee, woman?" "Of course 1 do, nn' I like grapefruit an' all kinds of odds an' ends to give mo nn appetite for tho plain, substantial things. But," nnd n pleasant, mischievous smile spread over her soft, motherly face, "you an' I wero raised on fat meat, coffee nn' lots of hickory He. weren't we, Bob?" For a moment tho man's face wore a puzzled look. Suddenly his face cleared, nnd ho tnugbed heartily and said: "1 reckon I was kinder hard on Bobby are Just now. You are right-thi- ngs different now, nn' thcy'.ro a lot better than they used to be. I seo what you are drivin nt. mother. Yes, tho teacher wants to uso tho palntln' like n kinder relish or side dish to keep up their appetite for tho rest of tho everyday school grub." The nnturnl resources of any country are limited., The only resource that U without a limit Is human bralus. w&nwNOvj yr,, tiilllcnnlalists claim that Christ will $1.35 reign In fleshly glory n thousand years The Republican and Louisville Herald to bless the living. The mnjorlty of 1.50 Christians disown this ns ridiculous The Republican and Courier-Journ- al nonsense because they believe little of i Globe-Democr- at 1.75 creed or Pllile. A minority perceive The Reptblican and St. Louis Its Ineotisls'cncy with the Bible. 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm What Bible Students Now See. The "lire of that day" is symbolical, Inquirer 1.75 already kindling In society, the ele- The Republican and ments of which, Capital and Labor, 3.60 are getting hotter. Soon tliey will The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald melt, the symbolical "earth" will be wens doto inquirer 3.50 consumed with the "heavens" also, the The itEPUBLicAM and. uauy ecclesiastical powers. Their passing Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.75 away will usher In a "new earth," or The Republican and social order, and "new heavens," tho 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer Church in glory. asno peeoiiii voraing or tjumt " sociated with blessings. Messiah will The Republican and New Idea Woman's5 Magazine. . 1.30 abolish the curse and bring in wonder1.50 ful blessings. The Day of Christ will The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer be "the last Day." the great Seventh Thousaud-jea- r Day. All humanity The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer 1.50 will be blessed, Including the dead who will then be awakened. Christ Comes to Reign. As the redemption was uecessary for man's 'salvation so Messiah's Kingdom Is necesary to accomplish ssassasMaiiiMjasMiasssMsisixsMasMasasasassMaSM delny of more than eighteen Is Serlptiirally explained: centuries (1) God designed Six Great One Thousand Year Days to teach mankind the exceeding sinfulness of sin. ne purposed that on the Seventh Day the blessing' of Messiah should come. (2) An Important work has been done since Calvary. An Elect Church has been gathered out of all nation- sHeads saints made perfect through suffering, a I.ittlo Flock, the "Church of the Bill Heads " These are to become the Bride of Christ at His Second Advent X The Second Coming of Jesus Is to claim His Bride class, and to exalt t them. As regards the world, He comes to bind Satan, to overthrow sin, and to uplift fallen humanity. St. Peter X X tells that Restitution work, not a literal burning of the world, awaits the Second Coming of Jesus: "Times of regiven And freshing shall come from the presence j of the Lord." Acts 111, Christ's Kingdom to Be Spiritual. One great mistake we have all made Is in not noticing that Jesus was human for only thlrty-threand a half years. He was a glorious spirit being X X before He was made flesh; and He " was resurrected to a spirit condition-hig- her than His original one. How foolish wc wero to think of Jesus as a man (a little lower than angels) In the midst of the Heavenly host! He Is now partaker of tho Divine nature; His Church is to bo "changed" aud made "llko Him." As His descent wns from a higher to a lower, so His ascent was from a lower nature to a higher, "far abovo angels." His Is tho exceeding glory which "no man hath seen nor can seo" "which no man can approach unto." " I suffered, during girlhood, from womanly weakness, It is tills glorious Being whoso Kingdom is about to be established. He writes Mrs. Mollie Navy, of Walnut, N. C. "At last, I was aud His Church will be as Invisible n, almost and had to give up. We had three to men ns nro Satan and tho fallen doctors. All the time, I was getting worse. I had bad iingcls. Tho appearances of Jesus lu spells, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In one week, after I tho flesh after Ills resurrection were materializations, to prove: (1) that gave Cartful a trial, I could eat, sleep, and joke, as well as Jesus wns no longer dead; (2) that He anybody. In 8 weeks, I was well. I had been an invalid was changed, born of the Spirit, able to go aud couio llko the wind. for 5 weary years I Cardui relieved me, when everything Parousia, Eplphania, Apokalupsis. else failed." Messiah's Kiugdom will have earthly rcpresentativcs-th- o faithful saints of previous ages, raised to human perfection Instantly. Through theso tho invisible Messianic Kiugdom will op- crate. Jesus said, "Yo shall seo Abra ham, Isaac, .liicob and ull tho prophets lu tho .Kingdom." If you are weak and ailing, think what it would mean, The puiousia of Jesus will come first to you, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. For more present but invisible. Tho world will continue witli tho ordinary affairs of than 50 years, this purely vegetable, tonic remedy, for women, r.fu (while Ho is gathering tho Church), has been used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers. as In ttio days of Noah. They found it of real value in relieving their aches and After tho gathering of the Church, thcro will bo an eplphania and an pains. Why suffer longer? A remedy that has relieved of JestH, Ho will shlim forth. and helped so ninny, is ready, at the nearest drug store, for Ho will bo revealed not lu tlesli, but use, at once, by you. Try it, today. "In llamlug tire," tho trouble of that Day, in which tho present order will Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dep- t- Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanoora. Tena.. book, " Home Treatment lor Women, sent tree. J 57 tot Special Instructions, and ta consumed in anarchy, giving place U the Kingdom DUpeusutlou. ro uiiti nit; d?T mcctf thc n'-pa- y OUR CLUBBING RATES. uuiu uilliUi M. iu u j f Address all orders to 4 THE REPUBLICAN. restltu-tloii.Th- o ! YOUR Letter t First-borns.- ' Noteneaas Envelopes Cards ..... t J J Statements 5 other printed forms are 10-2- Special Attenton In The Republican o t Job Department. 1 Bad Spells bed-ridde- Cardui Th WomarVsTonic '1 M. Mil!- -' U10 DEVOLUTION OF ELECTRICITY Increasing Output Under Better Conditions Has Proven A Boom of MtUs ,r.thl Mptla Aon w'iii Is il.inTtiiiciits'y 111. Av-iMr. Dunk Jlall '.Ol.tVin, Mlto'-ell- , Nvnv IMyimm, tiwJo n tulmii Miindiy. trip to Dim Mr. .kv I: Hmllli ami family vllVt relatives art tH" K,illjif Ifiue'i. wlf. fin 1 'It-ti- e Mr. M'V y V. Uuk, I'.Ua'ibptli l'uk. tit J iVf.w'iUir, btrl-sld- r BOOM IS MADE IN ROAD BUILDING i lo During 1912 prove Mount About $150,000,- Im- - Mist Uf Jtle 'nlc A'.vwm Hall, jf 000 Has Been Spent To U. S. sp'rjt Sunliy 'aitsfnicin us C'i of the M"s s Moly on Otr'i Highways. in Our Agricultural Problems. Jilt. sMr)tm HaJ! fpit' SitniUy s fie Rit'rt of lur -- on. O; V. I loll iv wife 1$ MrOraly f.'re,k. Umvton Co. Mr. Jo.n It. Hrutt'r wlp lit 1mi In r, ."Int-'only In the i Ulllncr 1j quite 111 nt ,h.ls Jiuiw on CliuiXt y streeit, having proun wore slnoo K'n-IU'itn-mKcl-di- stro;t. Into hU Sunday nWiJ torvJcts. This pastor, wlo H.i.?M't c'ljirrji Is' In Vi midst of n SiiivHy-nlKlt'i(s.i r dltrVit, l.as minis up l'i m'ml (U1.1t h" tin shown tnki' h s co Itn'e jrolnir to from Mm w't o.il a B oV.lrvnt f'.rfiit, and he luis Intro lu 'nto '.'tl S.111 Uy nljrht nexvle-- n 11 i in'! k' : and "Vie largest ntnl'imxst of mutlcal Klass,'S ever pl.ii'd Ihcfjo Vie public." nil t it, ,Me It Kitltlnff Hut what the crowd Kits l.t u ,e qt m it It nM-a- 1 OVERCOATS RAINCOATS AND SLICKERS! The overcoat proposition is your attention now. You are thinking about where you can go to find the best coat and the greatest variety from which to make a selection. We mean to say that we are showing the greatest variety of patterns in this part of Kentucky. We are the sole distributors of dc-mnndi- dj I Ctrnipl, oppo-sai- 111., l ,ti .btillllns To' Iffi" wlv l"w ti'momh.er iwlin The InfJtit ihlM ot Mr. and Mrs. C,f. pulslty wad only n toy 'In ,'; utilto III nt t'e 1: Ctniin hat the "M!veiit to which II Sms hpme of Its ii.xrentB on fie liUchfb'.d nnv Vovwi tclt lr.V our dilly Hfo road lmpro'eJ at hut Is aornKw-lwi- t No unit alHVvyp an?r mlnvKiilous. this time. 1 y, . lt ilvirrcw f ,f.imlllailty t w.'iVili The foilloixliiR clkvn?' of .re.tKtiinee uro conteip1atcd: l'Ki MJteli"ll and wife OLiton N. U. White's, r,eJiioTe inl hvpimi.se. , route 1, lo tit; Mart Mitchell fiwrn near iThe upkfnp of Invprovfiil inonts anuwuts Archie Mitohell wlo tit N'e.w Uvyinut; ot pnvetirially nthlns for Instanw. the prfR-n- t rosldtis nt ,thls t'luce, removlin: brick road. It Is unknown Itiw loni; It wltMn ,the nevt tw days to JiftTitli M. will l.iAt, hut Vie.re are many tokIs of which Klves vonJiv,tlon tr ralhutton, Miller's farm nt Vllon't Crottlns, and tire vwlnnm tolefttnpjile ninl tele- XIr. Jo'iji l'ryor RolnB to C. at. D.11-lel- this uluinicitor, whh'.h have hei'in tlonn ii far 20 jears and have Kro,n lltM- - a phonic sypiis, and Ui (n'e Is ln',elTv t.vrm, Mr. D.uiel lyivlng reran Hy : on. Striking evaniples can b. time tuliL Nut so. liawe.vnir. It we wiaU : moi-eto his fatlwr's from Unit pl.u s,en of this all oier ,tlw' uountry. and each examine Its .swilecs In detull to farm, neur Vie old Mitliod.lst Person-airh f nv"e brick mauurfai!.lurtiil sctrt.-ir;- . or braiah of tin In lusty-durability itlvm Witt which was tmide Ssl-I" o.rt. T,h's in lonr ly Hi. J. Mr. J. H. Mlitolfill S'"3 nwr.d HrJin lilt two itsrades lack. The same Is alo tru jui nrt,!el wvitt United tn TJi3 Sfle.1-tlfl- c fmn. Chiton route 1. to rmrfclo!. of Htn:e. Ajivtloan Supplement (New YOilO. Air. Sanjiach il a.t moviod fiymi ririidu-l.ui'- 1 Aft,?.r a lioal ihas been iwovl Cnr a or eUe-- . .Vftttr tipiiUii; at Honv to his farm 011 Itlvo tunil?o foitd consMTble icrYl. If the material itfilps ! .tnui'Il'i.tiiVoii, ilic Ws o'l to ne-iUtmtt. .r q'Up k a little (ar,d It will has icov-- ! 'To ajrlciiHiuie lelwtrU-.Uat Mr. Uurl Splnks siUt!iie wjik-e.- 'l It funil'At .1 to In com? jour-Iia Un, ulliulnallnK the ilniwibicks Vine UiU n3 the suest of ALr. John tinner toy.lnK for harnra. In nowy nnd comveftofl with the' e.iiuety of uiviinl Clark. ja.hnr- aivl tluvs the ability to rainy Onr. Y. II. Stsvins. M,ir. lUuvllo Mrs. li'ircus-x- l Utids euro' W'c el?utytclty n v The vtint V and dauht.t.r; little (Miss U'.r.iy 112 Ml'ilcle. wltv'i m aiU:d w.ar umi n trots agriculture can Jy S',?iiens, upEnt Thursday afternoon a.t l" r lUic ,ln,3'--Tlvi prcivjnt yui.v ,111 istnuU ,Up usj of rlKttrlcal machinery ?U"st, of Aim. Alolvlnn Jla.ll, an llii .'AihWi U Ualrv talleu by i'v .omwul prefor many oiv rattans wMcii lv&ve Uundeie nid. publV In mil biillllnp. SomYJiUn; like viously byn drw exclusively by manT!i9 local frelsjit wrcked ojii" m'le ual fryr ,wlV n oiWd?rahlo exppn- nTirth of tinn late TuthXiy ufun'W1 of $17) CIO.CW) l.ns been spprtt by l!ffiretit tor wacan rj.al Iirprovfimcnt'. li'ine of (Unvs wl pnetpy. TV aloptlon la.st week. Four cars nre sa.M to ,linv stnt,malfi nn a?protir!:i-tlci- u New York aiAtie mna'.!ln" rd f clq tfrfciul leit .Vie trnclc. l'aenmir train dive a. us of $7).f.fOUL and Collfprnla lncrenw s sisffW I''1' Ji ls, for Inttas-c,- ', OHton at ":'."J &l m., enroute to Onvens-li-:sieon.l In tlie amount slien. Ohio irjuit of yji iLmiu"'Ji". wlile ifiiducliiii w;l deltyttl until nft r iiuVlnViit. $7,out),c)yi t the tlnu- - ivc)u'r,?il fis? u Utftel Alyitle. Uie i .ftnter In tin? nors In londs, ns pnnpa-et- l i 'oies ifo IrKfriuj to tj!ie mifinil. Jlllkditib?.r ot Mr. and A!rs. Jo'.n ,Alljn ' uli5ieti!c a'ivsnlmtiT. bat Vie l.sin'iW'tiro Vne HY'oIinn'.tpilly VU has b'e;i iiulte ilinvrously ill fCm past will be a.knl to ,T,ike ji inriit leiy for .a.n., thus HtiArln the cviluml .ml s"xraj days. the wo k. nsurlp.s fi oli:i.nliii m anil hyslenlcal Gol Is belli? rtfule munlfwt to a fe' oiiejntn liVi,',rto itjiiv.sUjle. u.r; h.euitt at 01a.ton, and to thwe wl We w IsH to call, jnsur attention t,j the has bcoailiiK lost to Uie world tha.t "Jf UVi.,hvl.v In tlves.1 tict thRt nust Inttrtlous dlmtuv.vi such tx n ti .uful liRU'iuati?, U lint, h.nprue be found of Mini, are d,illy pursuul as wlpjplr.s o'is,'i. llpt,hrhi aiil scupiel mlshty nil.T In th? i"nlni ff livlus-r-- y ed that .He Is the Powiw for irood, Oe feiejr are uintw-'-enn'ivn v'.v child (lt Ti'ie uml One mlff'ity and aide to save, and mjre luas a cold. CVmmbeTUta's Cousli llwrne-lJia prpluutlm of cnixsy, slmplWty of abuiulj.n1Uy more than we ai'e able to will quickly cure a nciiitlv !d and juivtx tpanJiilsHloii, ajnl ro.ilb,lllti- - of b'lleie. Ami to oi.r rnrj are whUpared Usstn tin? denser of iumtraiatlns (these ji.vox il'ii'rUiiitloii lon to tho pi!- - that . th year U'12 rt'iall tuuvp enlid T.h's r?mly is faui,ou's nr Its Jiiailu pp.3lhl,j tjhls ist luiltH hj aJiothr dl?jelpl? ,w lit ha.fi ben ordlalu-a- l cures of colds. It contains ,110 Mplc"i mcper. of Him f tr the dellvt.irliuj of ,t'rae or other nuiuotlc and 'na.v lie allien 11 Th" pri.s:jift tjnltnVw of scplal-1z.-itliti'ial will hi jm.at to there .1 uhlld with Implicit CJnfliVnfV. Soil atvl proJiiotloa on u laiire pcalo hungry squ'a tjiat iire u perLshtni r'r by all dolors. in tt ti?,rUa of nupetetfap nUimvs uie that wjurli'uiv.nt that alonp Is able to l Jiy errtrlettj', nJiila tvn susta'n. GoiJ's hand uphold him tlfut iic A Paradox. o(rQm(tIon, Xhe ieiluctVn In Aire ryt m,iy pnovie a "worknnn thut nslatn Mks Eleanar Sears in ,wltty (ia Kjie is atOlmlnuttoi of inxnuwil lihir, tmpv not to be atlvuiial. jrUhtly ilVvIUUvr the at.i.V,tic, and )i(.ia iiit rvnnlly inent !n tihe iit'1J iatiJ ihygljulcal word or truth." .n.nts," bepn Finlllne at one of ItxliiHtry hve of aJl Jranrjl?s of pia-s- jivm M,lss S.ari, to U' ilevTelop-- i .iiouFj'-,- ! abiwit Jiipia at a tea the 8tran, .siftenlii; uen Us Vian Iviw Ucicn wIUumkciI In so We offftr One llumln:d Iljars eiffect upon tlie l;art .tihat the vjioiit a time Jn any itaW of lui;nan fur any na? of caittJirrh that canspnis tp woIon. not lie ?urpd by HxU'i. lOitannh CuiTe. "Tills effect was amaslnRly hrouirlit F. J. QHRNJCY & CO., Toledo. O. tine mrtliin, fcliis tlcmtrlc moitor As said, "at Conor(ado dacih In V. out," she U mot l?ss Important to him ttvm to W, tlie urdaislgnflil, Jiaie krown Marqh. Thcire was a Jvomw mrty t'V9-- -. Jtany small J. Cheiivjy for .the Haat 15 yea.rf. aul 'ndiis'.rJal .workmen . youns ntin aind lx irl.'ls. Jilm pvpttplly l'.piniraihle In all Includln? six wliiloh wi;ri narl'ur (6X(tlnicUoii b?H-!tr.ui.sn-.L'-or.financially You'd hardly bellqvo It, but"Mls.s Sears anil pliii'd i a worklns business iwve ben smiled arphly. "Y.o,u'd Jiardly Mlaio basis by elivitrlulty. Wlnlv.ile mHrs able to carry out flfy ubllRa.t.lqns made said, "but on .helr ileaMiture It." iKlit su'.ta por by his firm. who fo:fnn:Jy di.llii.d frjm Cr,mdo thoro vere tttlrit.v-sl- x WARDING. lvlNN.VN' & AIAltVlN. wek ar3 riw i in.3lli"il by qVctctrical'y In the panto'." Boston Poist. . W'.vl-3ilDr.ujrslMts, 'l'oletlo, latliioiiH IH'rattcl iiiOtulUiies and Intirn-ojly xu vtoyi niiiny tlimos iIihvo th.nn iiv.vloai"-JJlaU'u Catarrh Cure U takwi A Des Alolaep nan had an atta'it of aUnK dlrefi'.l upun the blood and imiscular n'.'2uiiu.tlm in his tt'ioulda. ttlti I&b axUkui arul In (iilt'ilf" nuco, is suifaia; of the BiVtem. surroujiiVmrs. Haiti's aire udojitlnK o ti Hot ,hhn b) A frlual advised h?Jit frep. 1'jlce 73 ctints per Sprlntrs. lliat mfan,t un expanse qf $13 ilrilin kninlltWHiiifJiliiitfc. The xirzicnUir, insd-aof .tna.ns:pcirtliiiK fnivy tattle. HoUl by all Unvwbt?. nr mane. He so,uj;l'it liar a Ulck;r and Take Hall's Kamlly Pills for civutl-patlo- uheaje,r way t, cuire It and fjund It In luK Into lili-- w.o.rlnicv, ir warklm; thf'ii laboriously by Jiaml on Wis ivxt, novv TJiifi.a days Gluanvherlaln's Liniment. HectiU- - (IiIHh im the jwi8 poi(tiihlo after tfie first appllcat'ion of this Essay On Pants. biii'dliiK nlti3 JtimVt iii'iX-- o r.ip!dl. ite by all Kar lie was'iieJI. Pants are Jifoil? for iikii. il'an'.s uro dealcirw. mlUfiiiOixrily. Th (same Jfvl like .lnioliiSis tra?y nre .Viln,nT In Ju-- t Jlnd of t'l'JiB It tontp by fJUMtur. tliieic Is i. weaAluv and thicker In cold. Men ar lolivi!; In Churches Make Inducements. artisan wilui tviiild not (nli'l'J'W'.MuMy often inlsVtkoji In Jitnts; smi'i nilstakis The iclna sjems to ba epidemic a,mons hunvin labor ") rl'otrii- imW. are iUtvju'.v.'b of p,irtnls. Thote haH the Protestint jprieiJinVins of tiU oiumt.y ImtV'ul'-nt- ; h's b"en mui'i dlseusslon wlcethtr fatjts U tliat somei'.hhiK In adililttun to rfillsloi. ImvtaHin;; tint- - om'svit, sanitary .uul ttocl.il ,3iwIIUjiu, and ma's KliiKtiLir or pluivul. itenu to 'me .when arul, lnd,eed, Vie,ry dlftoiiqat Iiioin uien uciir pants It Is plural, .i.u (mH-- ii Ins; lijs a'.uiilirds. To. iruuV) furtfiiir: Is ntieessary to irvlucw u jp,',9 w pant It Is slnicultir. t'i"y io,n',t .hiiiiUIw ! tiilkliiB, tho of iiio "Lf( attend church, Vortanvo, Is the Xumitton of tUotricltv Mn ko 0,11 a tear In ti'wlr nwits "mJ It IjaaiUnu illvln's of St. Ijomts, iijenvur aim of HJlemw. Alvill Jr.m Its U all ilclit, but wli,Tn tlw runt: 1.S0 on and Urniklyn liave U'iclirjd Vu.t tha In tlia uwn ilnUr'jKHic tnViiii)l a.s a ttpjruui a tdir It U all .wnoii'. If yoju want U ahurpih, like a mermantHe ent('.rnrls3. brinch of xchuiee. It liu allmuLiloil and make jwu'n lust, tnntat the MJa.t first. to If It fluMlolty oAvCTt,U'!ror vl ilu sut'TKful wo k Its ulder l'lVjr Masonic llfoine J.jurnul. rexU achieve the trrciatiet io1 tor HC.lflUH'M, C'XJJllll'W 't1? .KNallll fit L'llIU'H- inumb'F. Erie's Girl. for try uml J:i('.u, oitluiuliiK Miwn with Often tlie Hunt for a Rich wltj lends t',ompotltlon Is as kqan lit A'V oluroh rich hunt wv fiiiivuiM f ulsrrtiitVjii .uid mi''1 when ,Vie 'tiw,'i nwts a wti'iun thut iw as in other walks of life." wis one iw ffflcliiit a,nin, rid it'uw picp-uhiof itlwie, "and t!w niliuix-- t'vit il'ifs tha Klecitjrle IHjtrs; Her stnini; Jien(s and lnwnUint'nsjiultM. Ilt,ti iiiy In a Un'u'it bijln cttit rw n toiupti'. Iljr most buJln3 U tlie cna tl.ut il'a th Wl'n-itu Iij.wi it IV.llout jitUu't ul" pjto'iibtaifii civrvplexlo-- i and iiiby lips moat and Vw l?lt ailvarjUInx," says elvots." i'li,inilii!i.4ii' 'lUblcits a ,trlal. Ti'icy me result fiioni Ivor pune blcnlj 'Ui.r Inlrfht "All modern Sundayeyes fmm re.s'jful jIikp; Ivor (il&titu stop annUtir, "s'lould liavo ,thelr Ailiiartlslni; nt. I"r iMilu .Uy all c.t.H fr)iii firm, 1'i'nj imiw s, all telllni; of men aid buiwaas of publicly, Jusit M OLATON. Vie health und stronsth iU'iotrlo Hit- Vw iiioilmn moneantllu pit.i,'illli,iiii,ents Dec. l.Mvi. H'itd; Urutiur, of low.i. ters irlvw n wom.ni, and tlM fnv4lom lkvv.9 tfytfli ailjiuvi'.s." V. II. Jd'IMnkl .ml f.xin luViVli 'iMckmUe, Hwlvjhi', .Vll of wiliksli, nooubt, iIv'vj fn It iw.st of U Uw? f.ilultlnx atvl dlzay njwlli tlyiv prom,ot. jrreat leal of praUc,l9 .atiia. Jolm It. Urmxii- m Chuivli tticut. nonun'.t favorite I tut tills method Is oxtremiVy fnM 31r. JUtlLs TiUiron hitIvchI Hoc,' llvftrywlwiM Vity t York toy fi.om Y,u.ii. Uy., to be tlio BUJt remly. If wiBik or alllns try Vwn. and Ui,iii9 lnwldo ,tia,t of iUjo vaudeville puwtwr iwho1 ut IntroduceJ iwlto njid attonJ J ji: ai an tirucgisMS. a.nd vt Jplin K. j i;--'s e. , ,len-:iV- i attain will suffice to lr,ed 'niU Intlm-:w- y n this nirtlraiUr rwe. vry nrwly to the of ttws Is ilive ill'covvy uf effective. lnxirnslv and voniWit'At incurs Vint niriy le run by effective lectricty, mul f similarly Vie kl'i'1 methods of Keii,rathiK Ji' 'jf lYitnWt,y that w,lll pun 'itn. Add lo tills tji(3 f ot list powtr t IvoUi'U wjilnh Uieit m na.tet lals, esLstlnR lvtrie Unlit and iwit, ami Its ribllltv lo travel fur loui? illntfiniers eiljacr It It may ooii)Vmpt M. Karris It 111. The UUte son of Mr. mid Mrs. Otto J.t-- t 'ejk. Conivnr wtis ,teroly biirn-t,'ii? !illd foil lnti ithe mpfn Wje sippo? l l:. flrepU'V. Its Wie ftaitutit. being luiilt(l Xrwm or ralllns to (on,'rllrtUe In a,ny m the rubulUlns In th'.s MiiuUy, ar, utti-'- jf annual pmuted with tins and of the ,inliiiilty if iod kooJ rmiIk. The bVl mlWacti? of all th5 Toid I'l Wie CjiltPtl StiiU'H It L,,!.'l.."iJ rulK". N'i r' l. I per I'.Jit nv now unite tm.tw), Improved, ;uec.riltnjr to moileitn inot,"ioitt. Unvln; .mnre thnji W ,pcr rint of mud and illtt UlKhwi.s. ltryond f ' c wihut I'l trtuwiinrtaUon the Wie iMiy of w.ihuii or.r 1'ilt ,'innuiU AiiilnR alavi.ly poitlon. mimJI Iniiinoii-co:npfira,tlvly KitJiu this It cm elose to $100,000,011). t were put l? seen V.:at If all In ko1 lUinual Vv would b a'J"ut $l.(iw.wui). Tlie Initial oiMt ot lnipriV0d hlffmajs Is ithe o.i'.v tl 3.-Pi- ron tVm. ' ' I rot-'- s M.tbe MWdw-Ww- a little In jvllijlon npp'tli l.t ly to oulertauunttit (;'. I talnt V'nn time. Maybe tlie luitml r.B'M.her rf Union tliliiK.s Is illd t'nat Is pa'u.-l'- -i tirnr thaa 3i I at all. Nivvr yet , -- any ivlUIotis .wree 011 this. The pity In that t)ie all p'opl,. iU3s;lon. Nor pm-aiKi- ni will ivl i uj)in ug Jiv oer lnn',t .nu'liito iwlI(rlo4i it,s"lf, pmct'rly pre.ut'ie'. the most nttructlve thins; t:iat inn be put into pulpit, laiiilsvllU tlrald. that Is 11 d nils AftT a frUUtful oui;li'nK jpoll rt man In NepjiVi, Wis, ffilt tirriib1 p.il tt In hit ll and his dc'tor Cunl twa " u. i,irt.iy rl'w hnd Invn Irok 11. Dr. Ivl'mt'is Nev I)lsiw.y wi'Uld Jiave sived lilm. A few tatpr.sfuj ,cnl.t a lite ooiwh, while ,persbtcnt usa ,nout o'tlinte oouhs, exyvls .itubburn polls sure or bails woakj jix- lungs. "I Its a tlolsend to lumianlt," wri s M:. Hftve Morton, Columbia, Mo., I 1 belbne would l.ae consuniTilicin If I lull ivn used UiLs w'lt an Its suiiMiiteitl to you Tin s'A a fis li:to or o$t.(X) size at all ilni'4C. t-- Man Coughs and Breaks R.b. 'fi t"-di- Hart Schaffner & Marx Overcoats the best in the country. We have the newest material made in the best styles. We simply ask you to come in and look them over. Our Eain Coats are long and roomy and made of fabrics chemically treated and shed the water satisfactorily. We sell the famous Sawver Slick-er- s guaranteed strictly waterproof and hide a man from neck to toes. No chance to get wet in the hardest rain. pein-oily- ." 1 sit'.f. X. tr'-ii- l NXXNXXX , XX - XX X X w: CIIP.ISTMAS. r y n-- ly lc - liaul-Ujav- y conica but onro ,1 y ar L'jt's enjoy It wJilla It's t .. x, Kat jour .turkjjy wl'alwiut fan. x Ne,Vfr vmqa to titttl .1 ttrw. 11 II" iiii-- r x S" ould ynj f.-! s x x x i lnS-rr- l x Afieir x st ,lnij3 or iruinlnp irir, Netk and bishop's nao T,it.e a idll a l'AUck T.'.W(vvtt, x on,e-slt- !i 1 irvlt!in rttm-tlon- x x 11a wj.o nsicr d.i.'s.s to taA, N x Waffles, cjltjta nr sau'arr " iti :c NoVilnK eour, iio'..!ii!n; sw 1 . x x 13es n on shredd d C'fl-n- , x x Sifwec? .imokjd n'rtee )ic x x Wntrr's all lie 'drinks, x x Lining low, ho lilKhly t Inks. x Christmas .turk,"y, Cihrlswn is ip-- , x FtiVnas puJAIni;, O'.r'.itiip !, 1. x x x Mcicy ChrJstmiui. Sltny wtra;. wk er n bin, d x IIfu:py New Year. V,ry m k. x xx -- x x t 'i '.vinq. Vie-ma- xxx xx xxxxxx xxxx Hart Schaffner 4 Marx Overcoats $16.50 to $22.50. . o. dU-a's- yvi t Preparation .VnnriV'tn CASTORI A for Pa namB' Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S Barnes' Special " Overcoats $5.00 to $15.00. J it com-Jlti- Iton lir republics a e t'lvs t)iiVi $XS.JeO,0 in said to ,ti epxuln thftir wrifiW,ijit, I'.rirbors n:il Vie opjnlnjr fit fJip Panama rallnvls Canal. Kunmp"an and Alilitle na'jons are .s,ir"'n lliv? ad'lltloivil millions, w(il 11. tiken wlt,h tlie Sputh lAinertcnn outV14 cast of 1'ip uanal's lay, ,tar fr Raincoats, $10.00 to $22.50. Slickers, $3.50 to $4.00, eeds C0. uonstr,uc,t.lo,u-$i00.0iJi,C- rorful How'sThls? l:e-wa- fr Jiln o-- s a'-i- e Chilna bulldins more ot (heir enlarged an,tIc,liiatlon traffic Viruugji Hie Panama. Kuroopisin (rovieriiuvents are said to luive Instructed their consular and diplomatic a'jnts t: .rojxont on ive,ry phiB of trade expected to ucurue. It Is doubtful If the avcrase Ameiluan mally world-wid- e lmpnrjtrim'e, tilt; . of tlUs Ills nation is About to . Jaiun and ar' .shlp.s In E. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM. KY. Vmn j i what of r; y. Htc-trii'iil- ly Mill haxi) upon hp conunerJe Vie ,ireUl, to say nothing uf that of Jils (own countr'. 'vt tlip Unite I It is hopStateis will be ftmnil ed, for eiViery duty and dainund Imposed, by the upenlue of tho canui. hls,li(Wliy It Is obtain lie dries nfi reull.e l.s iis,l the ewwvl and Vilnl mottt. mnile with fruit tirna,tlonal It is Kitd tliat tood white pjUnt (a the or Hie Vck an Influenpj tills best color to us for Annas Piressrvatioin. It Is alwjiys BCrxHinable .V) .'uul oitt and cu,tteir nvinure. Tjhls Is tlifi most ts. Tt'ia valuably of all farm flarnvx wi'ip mikets the bast use of a't manure. Is tiv? iai .wfi ican cou-n-t blir props ievt,ry jvar. In bulldbiK banis with lare liay moi It Is atwajw w.lse to provide ,heay for vl'e mow floor. I In ivy Ji lists s'loiild l)fi iir?(il. and they isti,''l be spa?-- 1 nat Jivmie ithan a"wl. T.'iey h'taft. xhould be of at Wast Conure,ti mansrirs un cumins into general ti'ij. .They fire ciumiilqil beaue Wioy piwrvt waVso of feeds, irr.iln tuv ciiound fi'ds. bnoke'i Strip the windows atvl s to p.ancis of l,as.s with wlwVe out tlve diraftH and wlnrfis. as Will as whlilliu,' mm! drifting nuA'. S'niUa'itn MaKx'rw doots aivl ata,eis to fiw eb(kikvt yard und wuti Uo hlns". Clean out tjio nest boxew, burn tho nstbiB material, wihlVfwifiU tlo n.vt or Klraw. baxeis and jnit In ele.Mi llulld mw rvat boxv, If (V3 nuanlr. of laiylnir liienji I'as Inf.rr.vid. The Ktetlun In which ViU 'publlittnn clreulte Is, perhaps, all Vilnss osjir-clal- ly mnj-,- finn wlw-ui- lonr) llnl-lim- it fJ, - This fttupejid.iiw work of preparation suKests plainly Diat spin)? to control the prtttojmirt; of the Punuiun. Nutlonh wl'l ua' It blV,lue It ill jifiy tfteni tw d.i Unlt,ud States bo knowing tiiat IJie would nuit, nirul cpuld not If they wriuM, praptlo, unfair dtsiiimlnatloin ,upn them. by other nations ASntlni) nt ( not 1 iiur If yuu are troubled with 'iro.nlc the in' Id unl scuttle tf"t of Cliambirlaln'a Tablets imik's .thorn esjpei'.lV.ly ,ult?d .to jour tvai. For silu by all dealers. kP tl-- al tf HW-vi- t. tll 1 A'il'. 1 - v oil winter iwlveat In JV0 fall and winter to .t':e uroj.i. Turn t)hoi)l without mi oaily wfien Wie (ainund Is il'y .ir frozen. t,i(IIs nr,o Co",n to oft,en dlttlnut liaadl9 ,ihni mlxid with iminui", th-aiuku Knod. n.bsiibhiR matarlal and res'ons noaa phould b w,aaVvl. Whtiijj Viey nrj oii9 ot t!iu lVt tnimptd In iltep manuiiu and n.Ur.v,il to of the United KVitftf. All .fnils a:w m- l"eks, Vity buq.ua creaslas In jirleo nnd dqmand avory your remain ifor soma Kvery fanner n!uld lAVfl a , ratten and ciaiy ,to o,k. ll nw Cool ivuVshor Is tha h'.Mt .tlrne to mint and small fruit patuhs fw farm biilMlnHt. Wl'n itho ,neit!iitr It fruit and ,a sutplus to sU eynry y,air. uwd, treh paint will J tJ.nl j n Into Ann Fruit crojv nvaj' nut b? asu'l ivary y,ear, aid nmoth uoat. Uae plenty uf all hi but It a iarlo,ty Is crown,, onops for Vie ilrsit ctvxt, worWnst It wuJl lnV a,viB,'8 yiars taken togMJieir inill iny tlw wpod ajvl cracksr Alare Wihltjo laa I handsomvely, Moro clear inoonojy oaai be Ini-ir- General Farm Notes. Calvs and piss may be paV.'jrerl lw yt roa-stdri- 4'fiture Pimsn-'ij'jin this lla. The mlxeil or IU priy a nqt reKenrfil fu,nu turn iWlUi so;ne trult to ll o,ry par, and wlVi an abundanco arul inrlut to use at ihnrne to clioaai the eoftt of llvlnc. One iiXflolleiit feai'imne abouit th of a round lu,m Is f.!uut tf rjanf U dime sslmjiail, aivl Tho atv no ii'.vtt.nuc,tIons, w a'J?i'ir, In handling the Jiay In tf inv. Tiie liity noon Is il.ioli-liia;!Iar .for Vie anviunt ct xyq and ulSwlU. Jljuy fiom oiitsldo U takn up wltli mod-irJiay unloatl.-if-tools- . T.lie 'tJtajck anil iturfer (run nt tho top imtlily around itlw nnu.v about lialf way batween center land slda wulls. fjt hay U dnuipppd fnarn itftj fiojrkit fa:! In til (9 middle of trje cltrwUr 1i.,y hhum, r9ducl,n( wioik In tho tovw to a Koonomy is it he Inusls fit the entire Mtruetuiu, Owlnu ito ie li'ia.-y- e tho ,barn, tlw of mastiruqtlon for labor Is ltihtly snore tlu.ui ,Viat tor a. necUrisuUr stnun'.ure, nt iwlwm won-oni- y of pac,a awl usa o the round barn In the end Is min.h cheaiwr. It can bo ;i)adj a'.y.ui'Jve an I artlntlo .with Jroatl material and ,worknuin bjay-mo- w y nilnl-miiin, rUlt. flwld pn bo's abouf It are iiery tt (i-- fi't s'alp.-aio- l'e lintqcrat. jutyvnun h'twds A Says a whacks Move On Now to a ilf It now," i.is tlw bl.'. to hiwcll conaeBVon aad mffeilint follows. ,Dr. Klns's Niiw Life ll'lls im't bultize tho boWtis. Tilvv tytfvtly tlwm to nUsiijt aottin. tvyl CveaUli tolluirt's. SSf! at a'J druasb(t(. , aitvjut rn(Ail, and "M,ov ! iVm't. hnwh nvlri,Ral pllln V pjr-sua- da 1 ,i- -