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The Hartford republican: December 13, 1912 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1912 hao1912121301_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: December 13, 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. mJKw MP" Hi), hjfp- - .HI,"-!- 1 rrt! -- iSf?,,wwii -- -ll f W' Stye Fine Job Work. Whtifoxb DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS rlflil ri'-i- . A 0''(-inn-i'l'J- ftejmblicittt Subscription $1 per Year 13, 1912. NOT UNTIL OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Ir , VOL. XXV. Will lw ilVwilwril HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER O'l No. 22 lit .1 . fc'" meiithur of tlit ;i utloii'13 ' i'i (in ,Hj-c'- SEIZE WOMAN AND LETTERS WOULD OUST nmmn. Tulny's 'ml tl, 'n. i.l t Uuviut fit (,'v - i lit of Vv All. HV Hi .Soiuol. this WJek & cuveii tl nl.x pupils uf '.!' mhm1 U to miffi t"w Cnoin 'yyiku " mi. UtiPlitly Dr. Hudlny .roiHiol n tuiinHtir of biilloUi' u me iuvte i of .nif.h Womai Wanted in Owensboro as snt "Confidence, Courage And Con- - uml nt'.nr itrtViiiB tU'in ia Min comluc Witness in White i'il t'nt (junifi of ,hts purdlii wrro tiffU viction" Is Spirit of wVt'i t'vs ilWf(V. He c.illciil a nae'.il Slave Case. in'Ji of Ku pi.r.riHf .inl niV'n.i Gathering. rmil nf'ic in.il!'.Pij Vicni ii italk on snru 1 ?nui tNj Mt'ij'ril It wis "ilt.ru rl tli.t l fnil?r Iral., Ih'An'ilU, In nv'. lc t;v Sii'. ijwjtortol'j. Blciolie IJiiirlttell. oi"? il IS jwirs, llv- ". Two tlnuiaud . Ciilr.it". . b Ug at 1111 Ilwifet street, wm am-ptf- l reprwji'ntlie.i of t'uo 1'nnmiwlin irnrly uft niVw" llioy coulil (.nt nml 'I'l'ilrty i?iMil,nvins were tin .tp- - Vf,;.rc,y. ntternmon liy Vptv f the UirfUtl Mtil? from w.t.v ruriuT clilUlren sn',sii Jlmxlal a. VvVfmi aCtor w.ia HtaV--f .Oiatnlx toliiy mipinii fl PsiAhiiBliistually lr- - '"' lrrt ,i,i wre nfflUcl. TJIiv , Ciiur'y II')'. Jociieil by a sr.fc-la- l imcTt of wnHrnlrV' utUUid," of CiJ. Uo"Vltt. tlie iimttdr ui nn I t,le ,1, pini.IM.,lt ,,f just,Ve. At Vie time. jui.I onTcvd ti mmpa'tni nt n.'iposimla HiWi ,lll Hkc Iinib.ilily u.M t!v nf'ooV of tto (Bi,e WT1s iktn Jn'o cu'...ly a him He t Wo nation nflinip. to tn Vint will c'1'.Wre.i ot itto-- i anil carre?rJivat!r.cc .badly iva.nt 4lw Mini In Inn B'.laiUil ureal ivry of "lliuitin wclfiup und the! ! by tV jf(iVi4 n:n .nt Jn conivc.tlon W"1' 1 rvi rule rf Wie t'i white '"i,vc roXt'p In Imllnjia unJ ha Albiil"iiT at t,ti. iinf.4iui' Klu?ky iw a i!z 1. Ti'h pi;'.,!t.il aeJlt Railroad Workers Wages. " "f pjtcwiifi mip Jisii"t UjiIV'1 ritulrx Cr:n lnf:niil iliad It In Oliarue. H'Bltin'PK wlUi ti rill In "Ik virn '.iv ii,virtiw Ulty was-. . . . I'.nl'jil nii9vp,v J. . arliiYijin, ur.foie mti'i fit- iiipn on rallrcvi'N li ti tor a mv.iij of the null'inul co timll'.e .irrilKii-'iltiiot llr 2.07 to't'i" prlirer wn f rn Stn,-ln,i alinr.'i iV','kikmii,'.Ic sphrt of tiK.5n1.-1only, " w,s & t.'ilcf ultn.?"". ni.l-1- . a ar.'aV' a.himrr H toiilrol of t.'ie HltiuiUon and . nJid Uv.r noon iik lrfr-.rr- l anuliwt ,Mw. T "!".rroll of tire fisU PKWillnB rnr. In tin Tai" bro.i'l, fid ltd .uiie mi thmt .' ' A'laA ot 7 h'iiiIu,' to .uppiar . enKlr.-f,- r Wilis for rvi liut.w. ((..' li.nv 1'iiiKniiii.n 'foio tlw ft.Ural snn.l J.iry In nlil'e oTl. n,,-- V) the iW 1, iXfi ,mIipiiiiiv In ,liv .Hmini Ui ailvanrnl lul p. r n'mt n S:rv!oe uril on tl9 "llw An 1'if Uiiriwi of llnttnv! Hvniinl-. nlille slie M.is on a IVYJltirii I'rlvfr b?1 an nvfi-wi- ! iln.' U m inlw'nlJm: tlw nplrlt of TJri-- f iJ. of t iliv. ami hi i Un.vt Stxtes tr'? to Kanlucky. It i the BpAbi'rfnB. I'.mfiil'rn. hwimkp a" ' fi.T? ttYMi n 'rilmUnr ,llff(.n.i-.c.- . 1I1 !,'.! to lma' Tlte llvl ral KfUi.l jn-for fir It. finvA 1U0ii-- V.it I'liei wui"d .ipr n liraftie In jrirl fro'n ivt- ii, "it U IV .lWttr3n W(.-etr. pi I'tit lfLW VSy nrrjNno piiuu'tiMi Iinl'pn.i who enunUr:." nnfl on3 ern Kictwky o.nil In a rvm.iiltratlfni. Gn'mlnv t ","- -, nll'Vwr lur d .to biaHillU. Snnie of IUp wio ui.ler a 1'm"Uio Tariff. fire lp '"i?ji. stibiiiiltwifHtl n K.1 BirN u ':A talr.n Xrini Uva.n.ijlIle ail n m rvl. Sn:ii si nif'vwii ius nwirby toivn, Jt U UMug3i(t. In tho ROSINE. Ah '.m t'inir v.ia Vi.. iiiKii ,'n Mrs. lnard'All frome prii.M i' iipl(iii("l I llct. t. Mm. N"la Un Nil Juft nr. 1nlv'a ivry wvV KVjr from .proouj oi In Liiuii"-iK- l, fjvm a vLsIt tci lkir sls'jr, MM. bojih'oii. mon .to pay rnlbi.tl I of Itwtfoitl. of. llfib .Viwl!il ' iln'H'a'toit Cin rtiul trlvltii; tUrictlcns" about I'lmi 'Uv" ' Mr. t'Liut I.&uili Iris returned to hli TJiioloo Kv.Jw'U Ui.V. "ivir' mun !vnn, a,t Mils pi.uy aflrr an v'AP W uC ,lr"' niiiiiviiw intift ! r inViH, wiVi t'io flw.ncv lho wivonil oernmnit agents tiv irj. pr3- - off'ov rir hvvIo iuvl v rlflri'." Mro. WllVmn 0:1,-- In ,qi t'.s V Hit. hiiij bffn wo king bi tlw (rnfitorv l tiC - cv'ujntVlon of l. itiy Mil!'. liaiie KP'tn Kvinsilllo Ilurn to Wvi ivlfr (if J. It. MYiro- - on eiMli in of a K?Aiilni;ly folVwr w'lj lifii". Ta'wViy "Sift r.', 6'p wll oirsranl'.- -l ln.lt. a rine lioi. .Tfl.f!Hlir." fi'wrn "Aunt" J,Uk WjIW liaroeiifil to n ' wji!! ifl'aio trnrfJc. rwnit. Jn- - t'vs lli,vc Vfil Uint "J"1' vn jri UtM'ortuK f D.nuty Mariial Fcl'JnU itok M'. va-- v ..rVi n :iw.int lilt ' ...... ... .. ..( .. ' "' .iilnfnl If ri.it . , liO'itJ,.. Vl Ivit ilvrn inil-i- l wtt't tvtVi fine iVlti'.-illin.-lIlUl.Ul.HH'Jtl1 Ittl ..i.'.i Mon,!iiy mirn'nK a.- - t.'W Wi'u,' of o" n.o it iikv. rilsnlf r lad fa.U.d to sli"i Uvil. sue ils plicy. a'tti" Mr. M.iUV llruJV. ot V 111 I r,ier, t.'v? (MiiUkIh LoilUillel n.nd (i,;'J will bj tiilxrii io t'lft raif Ji no'- of lli ', Jury H ,? on Of (Onoltite lnl"Civil,vs ilsral fid: UP.VJ tbr n iiulmmliiK la Jucut mid .frll, Jier, fKuty, iin I l"ii lurnil H'.ilUltisr .1 nli.ee of frnltune .Till. rAi.li. I.. lir.t HronrVtl' to,0'liir-vrr)""ii.- l jiroioiiUl 1. It iv n l.titnod from iv'. wliolly eattn'tyr a coiiIiV'iraAile hrutae ami n iinwWllnK. K.TiTjT II1oii Kourorr last nly'it fiat - uliixi i'.'.o Iij. lnjf,rkf Mow '. nil t,ilk or fiirt""! "f iTn,nonile u'.iii.m li ahir ot j:va,"ii IU9 nsoole In vo.n.neo- ,1 t.ti h'.r lip.1. uioflii. -! v,,v ".ne inipmiKicon now sjoiuk In 'IN t'jijis mmark. Wiim Pm'io mi. Mr. .Mrs. D. C. Allen. J.i 'Allill, foil nlmp'.y lley. i'i.. J rl wwl, KWt.il uo'i ji w are l,"abl and Xlro- CummliiM. if this n'.nW, and .riesMlnij nulerHtjiuil MtT iiMvpniftit. i!l Mr-i- . illonrdwpll ilMl "has been Mr, J. II. ,Tli'i"uas. tit N.v.ioi. ml Dr. 1111 inverol l.oll" wife wl'n VpUclj HarrlM llk,Viwil t,Vm '. ntr?ct lor or lIorii Uwmo'i, CVvlle IWmm, 1V"I Qp'l biimv 11 lHlhu" of R'llt. imvi'.liH. She lias not been llvln?, ultli Jdir. V. C. illarp anl faiilly 0.1 ilsltil or t! H'.t '.iiii'nn, I. Slw U a i?t;-Ql. Il''J'r.4t ridlculMl Uip Mo."! " nvi.ii'w8,ip,!f. "Ki'Jfii ! pnr7fs"il tiiivvtlil was killed Citii!ly txvi movhiR w'llii wj.ii.in who Mr. Jafii) m lio.Vr. Itcvl'iwnd, a uero, on t,h StrIn?Jin from t,"Tyv Mlp K.11W Viy to iAi'ita iUo o anl Mr. Wllltun ClX'iib's iWi"l ivnl J.etmyol '41 wlo Ot.lit! mjit't: Into brlJse some rive yeiira ivjo. f.nHly. of JU'!if!clil, ilil: tli lvm'y at tliliKo"ln Uw ItaffliKiil iifiiliVMtce. a wHU Uici BALD KNOB. "WrJ'll W't tojtt n- Mis. UeiHyw lliin;uu anil iViunhter. (ry bmv Dctcemhcir. 4. rurjneis are 111,111 wet tOKtlucr wl'li a JilvkHtLsy rltcue's Ciiuily, of itM. tobacco J,n tills njWiho,?liOjd. 'pockt." liht wci'k. j nstln .Mlilch was jiield Tho llarnpi uml 1I1U flflyitwo v!- - Mr. Uus?4ip Ati.VpJi. of ti.-i- . last mt 'Vils plnpo during t,'.'s f!o of Vv i:ipi0lpi!i jlviWKa iiv Iiouk) and n.irly (ill H! lU'.cm-teat- s Iw-ehi- - ltf,v. Jlunt, vIh.iI last tfut'-'di- y pafiy, ColouM ItocwM'U nfntH. iv lo.it Ji by fbp rwt Kuuiliy. wi'.t,'i Xwelvfl iicinirt'a.is and s,it-I14 lHJ4lllllI. fUJiUll r Hi-fl- e JT.vtw'.i. .Mrs. KtvVs (NapVs.-- . J. M. I'wkv. of N"w Oi'iai.. .w.'nml: U ,UWiw Iwr 'naixnl.x, Mr. mil Jim a4 VAloni ,to Jlju ohnrii. ' Mhu' Durri uiil Utile Uavln. of ""Ij-i- t on our kMi" j uh J'in iljfiioli or thVs jiV-l'ji .lave 0en i'.t1is rri.5i.ls ftraVi n,ul no at uar O .Mr. CJVjtiiw tArlfv In til's uejuhbonlvl and idV-hrIt v, J. "(I. AtetawrN"" Vonimut. The I flVnuuifH in'rot-- .l Mr. M'tstullnv Vie rovliul, iturncl Jioiiio t'vs iW'iit,l uoiiilnm n U3 IVnwriMHl'.v r.nilly i(Mt w m k. , :iip.'".T.t(Vv!lly Sitnril,iy. Two Thousand Progressive Leaders Meet. Hookworm Attacts Students. W. I.. Kj, Ivj. T.ijjni, uffliu" of this oii;nt, t .ir wiV.li Hiof. I,iijly, ri7!nrapa1 T.- -lr. Federal Authorities Make Movement Will Have port of Bryan. Good Arrest. Sup- th-w'thln th near fiii'.iiio i"0"ibinplaip'l. Airs. Spink li the . C'laik iwld Is alo tnnllicr of frpm Vine ,11111. Mrs. .S.xruh DoeVcry n.nd Mrs. Twllit Cit,'wi, of fprhiR I.lck, v!Uwl 'Mr i CoIU'h'h d,iUKh;i'r, Mrs. Tom liirki. BBflfiEaiaffrt TiiMil.iy ind WVilncjcliy. Mb-Uillndii :. Oltff who bus hvn Not Pooled on nn laxtenled lslt to firletwls trcd.iUvo nt llockporl, Ky., Sold Uvn. I Vodne.H)ny lo .,',. J.tifiie of lv? Rrn parjnbi, .Mr. ami Mm. AVJIlfnni Oiler, errclril ror Is M-- NEW YEAR Likely Tobacco' Before. No 1 mil Democratic House Leader Said to Have Been In Qrewnt H'i'shts, acioiniallrfii-id Familiar With mirrlw to Mr. SiWtfWi of tli(iit el'y. which cpciirul Tuesdny. Ml .OHor I" younR lady w Present Indications Indicate Sale Will fie Made , Trust Men. WViii'iltw'pn. 1J. T. nioifir. r. Ip purjt (Hour W. Untoiwno'l a branffiil. Mr. nnd MrsJike nrl a M. OIle,r, onl (Inte!-Ircitu- nl iVwvfitar ot of Jlcdraly This Year. HI-- " fiv y8 tr v V-:- ij'l- 1 rls'i'-ful,iln- rn u't' I iitVi-.iim- I "-- ti'l ' ''r rt-- f. 111 f)l!r ''l!ij Oiv-v.rll- for (imvMiwr. n.'ivliift I.tRUik of any U toil I. ' A. ,SHvi.iy. itrniionint; tp crJoii, pr('.sl Ills Ji'Ust "i'lat fusion "wpulil h' fit'4 ,1" fUi Qius?. nvurra urcii'iilvl All ojii'!! iittcniiwves V 'ho XU",lvt fim. 1M Tlio Ilm? H"nlt AMltlioiit imjiy will liVtl.i of I'llunVtoml wa fViv!i,"iU.d W itfw kIwiiii biaw1i outlirvj of IHIIk. Mi". of II. a wVniTfu'wu or VnugTwlie pvwirillii pu!;ii. In w'mli Ui3 jh lntliiK pirns. ).li t'in nrliu"lj'lr. !'ir in Tlv- - w.ork 11' 11 n.nil Win fii''jtTi'is ninO col-ftg- " ihiii1 to t'ii full Ji'Jiilt Ik t'ie of oifmrUiiiUy uruiiilit ruiil flrjt-U-. innsimiffon uf iii wuriiir VC jiVvtifoi-- m pUn U In jirc"i,i(tl to tY(vll lyo'irojuhf. tfervbyi Jtjml kiml'V tiio illifctkui of the rvutlwal i'ii!n(lti Nv''. Mt fVt anil UivIjik K 'I of wjuYii In l ki: "Eil(i'Mvllii Ivnl IPi" In tor IIvIh Hclty."' In Uija ili;ivliiftijt wrvlif anjl )Wi?i'Uin litillfitln, OTTl ku"C!'I l"""'" Jia ,t!uvt of tV ilVinlvM SI!''I"',, hiim'iIh .mil coll'iw'H. A wi'OA'l "liRlrtn,tl!o iltiin!nviiit fi.tviw'" V of Brit'iiyliiiK lilllf. Tlw oVvv fo"i- - uro lnfirnwttl'"ii '" will J'ihtwi unrl lni.',tlin.' i'udiif-U- Jlvns "VinfrutVjii, "i;.it Jmj'.kvj." I'Wpofatlon confjol," an orwl uiivloftt W10 "vfil a'ul t ' 1 "'ItoptiVv Bvfjrntncnit." S,uirglsi"l'.n coafiiiv118 Greek. Mr. and Atr. "W. 12. lAllfm Th Owm,ilvro Imiulrcir Hxyi: the funeral of Cliiut'u WhSiV, tine trom iVw The toll in r slitmiVon In tfyf jOrei role or Ways and Mi?n."ii ron of Lou Wi'.te icf SunrvMlilc, 1 Ulivir district atlll looks Bloomy, both ,n,nd JftninriiHi'c I'liilsir or the mt tlip JUciCcwl fii.nsfi-.rywlilcli tCNr" the llor as well as the buyer. lliuii; Is likely b r'ult tiTin the nov OViton, occivisil1. IVm". 1. route has h'pn pipcitlcally rn pruinai finovp Tlinmnji !'. ltymi dlnjirr In iX"w ' Ther? "Urnsla" PiDO.n.s Yoilnir nt wf 3icei irrfilous In Yn-tti 4TM,ttcr of making a ail of th" wrwo Jir Unilrrittpod backed In lllneovi nt ,h,ls Uts hoirks In vHrksTTa. PMlsd (Cir,oip, the conpatiy of Cornier Sn':ir Ald.nlci. f.Cejiil nnl oonWons nia n&tr iut 01a,Jn li.u.w befin aliUel almost Vie same flii 'ti'ioy ihrive ,bei IHItey, K. ,11. Gpry of iVvj Sivl fof byNleffir time to i1 tfip pait Vnuit, J.un & Duke, of tV ImUvco tils hiair,-- iKrli'rt the latter rfMift ot iTjie Trir.', (Jco",!;e J. ,Uuu!d Pwl qVier Mn?t m.mliirs of tin board of cpritrol last w,?pk, .':,? iuiniuiTV(mejiA at hla of Uip Green HUar Tfibai'cp GiroW--of i'iIki rinancy. Frldiy, bffn ilw'i assooi'Pitlon havo not be'n Ir Such a movnit, It Is MvppcteiTwIll 6. Mr. Ypivi reM"d bene an.1 slnca tlie pnlddlo pf iiviTek. he U by AV." J. Uryniti nnd will Jiave tfmo an(l was avnr nnil ma.nnsv.r nftp!rta!n,3d when It was Uhj nmwrt or In nnd put 'J t'liit of the Olaton Water Mill, lie Irmiep 1 wns no pn'slblp cJianc ot m,a.k'!rrf .1 Consne,, o Willi the il'.tumir wife nnd lwochllir n. Ui',' 11 arid Jvfitle sale, a fi'nal onlfr fit Ofli w.w t,) show wthat Unilf.iwpoJ caruiot jiii'-rltjie l.ittfir of MeD.anlrd, win eivtereil, to niiet a.ratn subjuct tp ttyr b tiuVfil So Had In a fit? it Xpr a aJLout sK yev-- s ist to Jlr. Alia call of t,h,3 orci'iliilt. aa.n..i.ard .re.iUVm of .tlw tariff. nnfl rcfV.le n K.rledalnjiil, an 1 Tlvit suwli a duyitr sv;ild be shei PrUt-Scntury AVnlt, r Altihrrton Is In the tunny, M'e th" at fit time on t'ie nve of n re!s.lo,n of !nL;rjii,"n,t occurej In ArKajisis. HowflVcr'" SitUTday (that lie had no tariff an.1 ,Vie undi n";iki'in hy the It Is jvDJbfiMe tJ'nt Mrs. Yoi'nir will nws for tlip fawnt-ras to ,wfwo DntcyliiAlo iiilpilnlsUuUon to curb tiiHls thero twould be a s;ils, av be sir K."jiAuck to r?sld?. lias .' V, i lapyj HQtl'ii present of cioslns a dyU to CViaj-K'FplK IV lay prpsjispt at t Jlr. of CiRrpi'tjs fii"i,irely lutiven eyje. jool r.vo'j,il bj sold. rrom Wlnjile'd, Ijx., nftsr an ahaace w'wneby the I'roiTCi 5Ue Ittprcri'fitlvpH, ulo a,-- of about twilv yffira f oni OLittoa and Mr. iAtliprt,on said the members of t'10 iionVn itry fnpely. e I1I9 wlf.? and two iwnall chJldrein who board of control wicii? pubjjict 'to pall. t'vlr fffi'ln sijf.iif; th'it no maltpir Und arrlvpfl rocne w.o.eks aiya n.re guteXs nt and vfivi tfiwe ivas ony u'lnnue tp imaue iviil miv.lip may lifif len Uie iiai-t- y Mre. 1'ielK's parent &, Cart, and Mrs. T. a nale, tliep tJiej- - would iioil aaoitllM would .lmvf tin liiiKrli evplnlnVmr to da W. Din,',el to coasldsr wti Mrs. KeKVn JIKIa mciet,lnffGie,n Jtlier t,he n.ti"sfpn. ttMlcel If It wknts 111 us U'Jilfir .In ,'j'ie n?:.t il.ius!ittr, Thp assalatfon, l"jis b,pn 111 ot helU May Congiyi-- '. by th, pcoleap, will n,vier iriccid? ic'Vtl pneum,on'a. pi'VCMal witl'ks a.50. Tho The VJ"in may bluw' o but In- Tlip AIba;s Oyer, of Dyprsbum ,'Venn . the price flxol d'e.ili'cri ;wre tliat out ot It will rtawlojie tobappp poo'iem are clrtrna.ivl'riT tram 14 aire tspndlnff sjigral ilays ns tjlie Bue3t x stiipu-dpwn to.JC and otcco.-din- s ititevniVnaJon to put a pro- - or W. M. Oiler ffio tl'i and wHe In preMCfjnt BVW!(i hi Uiuhiruood's place. irva the lioard of oaaAr'jV lUighU. Willi lmjiig: In ye b.imis ua'.U Uyut'WUtatle Klflds .will offrir n Mrs. AiTn'je M. Uviiel apnt Sunday the tojjucco "ilpoim'fl t'ny' bpfaro a sale will 1R r?oluUrii"i at tlw mcieAtns of the aiSjOTiioon ns Burn of Mrs. M. Hall. '' MonJay madp at a Iowr price, f endoaslnj; detection I Sneaker cyj.rk, Jl.aJionty t,i'."il-(- r UikU'-woi'It Is ic'a,lni-- d ,tlia,t tlie .lr? fxriefi "Santa Claus Lettc'ri" of K by of' tno Urarer buycir3 i anl Cleik of tils JIous.9 Siuth to be Delivered.9 iViwn T.rlm,!v,9 tp ?G far 'Uvf and lugs, arul tor In p'lie SKtj"-thlr- d AVasliinjSon. Csic. ". iPou'nrii3ter G:o-er- il 3 tar Ctmvtess to Ui offices tlvy anJ t'i! dltferenc,? ot ?r illlla'fpck itia ny ,lai'(d pp m.il r has ca,u.rd all thii .trouble. It la alio hold. a'tlhorltlms: all ipoi I'rnrrfi irs to CnUvtsr said t,hot the bujxrr 'ias mv-tiT.'io nqlnir offlcw ln rivnrise of " ito tjc,'i upji:!iip.Ila ,t,o aliqwn Wve seller why of t!ie .lii'prorni,''jit uf tl'v? Ii!i':t- - "Siintu CIiiur ilith-irsnuriy c'Ay or rfliin Ml'To therp slvould ba IniVtiii'.lcras in Iuk lUicr .made a falprttfilie ripo-- t t.".- a r?iduc.tlon niniii trom pititen- ap may Ui:nlre fn ; ,ltoiv3 iliy. last ifar's prk-Civn tlnoUB'.i eome of to r,acn .a's Cfvy ccmtia'n. I've Aqb,acj .may not ha qult,a pj with Gen. HUby tolai" and nemuastfd tln that iVl? report be isnt In tf'io rc'iny As GVi'.q'imun X.vt a.PS'lO'lq'.l.tp, (m,liw a,ilthat so'4 last yafir ,t 'aa tp figured p to The uot of culUliaUon 'tpis (not Isfuetw M"ifrten n thnusiinds of njvlnw boatd and the por el, aiTl tho irnoiApis claim t"iait t'w "SiruVi Claiw" by f.Vil..'in:n .qf t'-of clewi'iisr n,iid dafjtin-ini'i'I! clivm.'l ot the .tlier c'lajised tio wkljiiiViR t'ie nfp.eallriT f,",v Clr'sLmas iremHinbii3rj'S.s. pri'c.a ashed Is ncpicpnablo and JuiMl tor rynaiili-- r Thr tl'incral i:'j3 (tjrait tlm t'iclr obflpco'. olinnn.?!. 1 IlMtoCflce ould laid, jo That there Is 0. wlda diffiartAicu Jut Gen. iI4'x.by Ilnveim'nitlie in tha p'.nlViini'r.rJiti'.o af pravjnt bftwfpn tKi foinl of cai-tjUoiwj t,'.t Jift wqirld sand the (Mport far on ipovlblu, k of iriitlivj 1V0 rficiwists. iKiait ihp wpuU wo-ta the T9v1ew hciird anil ft'io buy) ca, ani ffii Iniliii-tlopontaira H iVw l"iitcirs fiill to nro there .wi"4 ha mo sate pia4r make iliVi ireport on ittx'ir ifunlJs as aciiM fi'amps. It will bp ntCfrlifliry. unl;r thfl this j par. I was tfaf ifl BafMrepy as possible. Oi.3 pon'.nws PF Co rvwail f.'hi.'ii Uie buyers Jwv.Jr Int'ind to rerv.'!ve Illirenliatlie House iiifKcd. Uiijnvillnte li'iY, aul'nn as i!i0 In il?'.rous of s'leurlns a to lUip Dhls!on or Defid t.'iUers, but any tobarpo until aUsxr January 1 anl" wUl ha booiai5.'it unlll" favoahle iro,:wit itnuii Gi'ii Ifxlij" In In Ahiijt e.vpnt.ho Is aat!:prJzed by rolfay's that n.3 tpbor-fYpar. fine to have tho fctoni biiviitfd In thi o,?ler to subtnlt Hip nnm,' and pvldqvfl.'s after of cJinrltfiblo In&'Jtutlons l"& n:e will-In' An Ijivcstlgatlon .revealed tl o immlliiff Uh mx ond ,IIaoTlrT"ii illllU fart in ivrorfhy wujcb !o look ajfuor tha t'mt uwiy Xjirtiinvi wlja a'15 not (n tho i'mte(il UJ.wr 1111'a.tlie .Illm . pool topk adiTH'iijai thnt ho hud nsjurnroie frciin Mwr.il wants of 1U10 wrltpis. 0 V'la AVIille.ils nwthpd of fwi.lUnsr "Santa season; tfot mucfi of ftho "wiha mombnra of the lliu3 l'libSVc pulldln? ClauH latti-rw.lll cji'all aine aliil-tbti'iW b;in stripped, and Is ifddy and Gnamids Ctommltti?e (Uinit ivoi-Ulo, .Mr. nvtrkeit, U la epci-;Mark oji Cic postal (lio(t infinjy foa-will tw jnado In (ia bill xow holne $rW up by t4ip c,o,"iuiiltt-rfir 11 fvOdlfi hull IlltrWiock ibeUjv.?3 IVe purrm.1 In lev will bfl brought tn Ownboin ttila lUtl wire nnd will Justify fully the expense. Mr. TJlLi SmVii, week ajnd old nt Alio lUicUon f:iut?. In Ifcinrudplituff. Surprise Dinner Given. vliliftl Mr. Kloldsi tlmtfiiVsr. MUh. ptuvMlni; fo.r the iMiUlln Tho 1UI H Drti'io i.iJ family flVianksslvliiB. A !.iy i"viJoj,M iii'y inna'j by ltipit!Mita'ilvo H,oliu w.ia ln,tiiliieftl 1 EDWARDS SCHOOLHOUSE. lC'tulell, wJio WBs Deo. 9. Tho work at tlw jnlneB Is bad put Ufo. 7, w.iii ri"i:m,t it Uj-vdarlns tjie Uis.t ttvVm of CnMrfs. Dec, 10. Qulle a nucctpsful mtlnsf owinrj to tho s.'iornse of coca. ih(i"i',i oof wvlj JiV Ciliiinin n.arlWul M. V. Ciu mV and viw wrm Mr. 'and Mrs. J. II. All,?n nxvXi a tilp lias Jufit clo;d nt Urtjrel Cfiuqc'i rwWl OLATON. wh'ro Jie ww W'.iMn ri hu"- - balliijr l'oldljiB yMJw HA Mt.wlMo,w-Iirh- u (Lrtan 3vriml conventions ancl oin.i adJUVourt to IlarilXojrlr las Saturday. dinner i'n lioinr f (till Til'i'i Irtrt'i- -' ant n?t Wnlufinlay nJsdU 'hiul to ro- - Mr. Dowden IJ.s,t?s, of busings JitpYS Turwiiy. o,n f Ot.i turn ito hU lipnv In 'iyutifc Tho new school bulldhyj b iioniplet-e- l to Una ihucpli. day. (.AIm Kv O'.'i iAifilny tilp "Sir. J. V. Allen made a bu,slm? Ilfa'l'ier Van l!py last a fine fifOMe and Uiij tjaiwlnEirji nrp rquw at ,iOrk In ot IU 'luttlt'i. Wutr w Iiuneh T.ilo.r wMla- in our nildaA. It. to'.vi'l'ier.) and Zyciy Talmr, ot Pin- - to Vbus 1IU1 TuefUai". 'tliiw nivrJn',' M'.i and tlPn!i' w,as liefo fitom Jlr. Dorniflji Hui,t and wll?. Mr. U. N. MuDojilel Tltp l'UrfmiiVj' Tol.'pl cni Oaiipany Hi (in I 0y 0l v.'s'Afil Mlsa I"Vnum fPanr, Jam Ji'i'sfiba-- s Vi,c,n the vlilldn'ii. nid Wlnnlo IU.'4iv ttcirulT Vino Hilt Tuesday, moiiivl tm It switch hriud from Mrs. fjilends Jirfiin to ponifj la lilU'i t'lilv .SutvVy u woek a(). I churoh at Qo.rp(M"U Sunday.iuil ftUoeO; Mr. lr)i 1). Daniel, who Jius ireshlijd Hsndir's Mar. 'TJvo.'nas tarnlly ot Mt. 1u rcfVileJiiv jir. J. C. IatijiHv run! ha.ikj:,'ii flUnl to ovrtyiwuis .unlo Jo.Vs to the oil wellis. at Hrfttbifftp, N. Dako,'a for somq time, PJinlii'B lestiUiice, mind (Wiinlenerl Jick to !Ua pldjtir life iieu&nt, vIsHh! frjctmlu and rlaWv bnug-'i- t Ho9 killing hofi likffn thp day lit ! ilils f.unlly hcip last Monday, i lm ,V. Ii. Dockfry Jnlrl Mf. one uinuitlmi-Satirdi'iy nll"i. nnd urlay. ami 1j t'el ti'iot U llti'le tV'j" lii,vln anlw.d souvj welis jtid. wUo nd P'upcrAy and moved to tlw Nti'.v llennlw this "p'ii,m,unlty. Air. ivirmin klUed appnu'l-.i-t- . ot t'v. Kn'tvi-rlvsMr. It. J. J.lkims, tl tl'ffl Ms champion ihoij, wfllw'illns 4au lbs. net. dUj. r, Mr. .)el"i PuUMMivi, Of Ca,ney,illle. a.ldItlon. Gludj, of iMf.. Aft(ir dinner tiv aflnnniTrn Mi,i Fpent ilms,tit,-Aim. Jahn Uabrvy inis haen at U'O Sunday! as tho Ikw Iiiiii lu?P3 vevctal iki AU". I.uclfn Ilmlfcon's fiw iTjsldfmce In Bimics imislii', nJiiKfns uml up, .'!. ol at Mr. I.. I. Tiui'ittfn, list VUllani bed hU, of ur lUughttir af pu-- -' of Mr. atul Mrs. Ktnel Jinnlel and father U iv?.vlnj; pimth'i . iMKertm iiViklov,' Mr. iU. H,ivvi. ot ,Uv.'t,$wl, trie by sJ.wrJl Mbnqs t(! UitUr part or the iwwk. Mr. Hofurk lis fiiouil Uu Us AftiP.r 1U1U t(w crpivd Uisaity (to Mivo oliau'd a .Uuqt of, Uml fw"u Mr. J. W. irlTitlvee. In now pmojwl?tor UUla Alta Uaiin.'y U on tho Vxk rir WrrHr Jioiiio rirllntf W4nt pvpyotvs lUvlor a.ad Is building t t,ha llUk.."y Mr. Juives ". Hall .MJ11, liavltifr HAksn Jlr. oiul Mid. S. W. Jim-- i ,vlniteJ Mr. list. W JHO.VP U miii In or tb Olu'on Vitr .ppnt 11 Krcmt day. J'lA w,a, sn.1 to Mhool )",ou, mil liid nnd iWusj'ifc'. fa re and Mrs. Jojm AHi Sunday. Jlr. 'AniVew ti'io tvyir, future. AVJ vn ft"eii" iskvl lo olniwu last WttVirsdai. Mr. Hall bo tlwjp." "ITIM9 pi". r '11. '!lil,iia tjiMt iptunnvl Cit.711 a jU't Mr. J. T. Ualv's foil. Pajd. Is very Olr. ,a'i'l Mis luvo our oo,l nlgl.bivs hick lumoii o'lilrur a ilr mlrovBf. hravAns h?'i j. W. CVil'inum tiivl Wf. In Wairvii rpunty. pirtliV't 11 kw sick with ivieujiioul,i. I, II. JVrwaw and chlMni. .M(r. mid Slrn us ugilii, and wVmi'i VnfJti auost ,lntrjii"t- - busy each day, nnil up ma en 'i Jlr. Dillird JllfiUn U vi busln'Ba hir I1I111. Ha Jml-- i ii'Ul lr. iuvl lly. flJid iLunsi'itdr, Aiery Stewart furlough, Xii'm Uhu army. 11a will flay No Disease In Navy. r.rk. Mlt-la- ; able esprrltinivii An this Una if Mini. J. A. IKvts. iwhn 1i Uesen Mrs. I I J. Acliiirkfe apd vhlldirn. vM.f. WfipnliiB.tbn. Pev.')iibcr 7. furccpn Gjn- - aliout 50 I'ltys, Mr. John K. AllMri'iW puafiafl "i UavU, uf lire son, Air. 'I.vll'b J.1U', wjf iuvl tf.io, fcon.--, liUti'ier Jlr, Iliceiry Alui.in will wife Wfl'ti'l fawn firm John D. OHrk Ht Vino ,11111, ejTil S,okfti, or U'o N,a0'. taipy tohl rofjiiiieil 1'onw Snitordxy. and llturyMUHioll l.lle; Mr. and Mrs. y t Mlutim'M Ust iSunluy. vi N.wjiI Af at Jli'. Ijin-Via llpiwa ComiivVfe HflW. .Mir. and Mm. Ukk Htav-i'iMr, AUx Uils, f 'IViylur Mlild'. Klvliw,;' ris riu-- pain fit lie UU'fl V. ('. t IMrMouI, nun In Mr. Jihn W on uk Duuidto allid wlikh lw Miml nof. becm 11 taa falrj tint Ann Vit wooik with Mr. uml Mrs.. J. l Oii'iYiiaJi, All". B.n.t a h.t ciivili&Ml, and to wlihdi Mr. ca,i ot tlifi dlsfasi In Vie iy.''.l-'-i Am. our inl'lst SaAiinluy. twa pWldwn. Mr.JfaJifr, Mj.v It. W. lUvls". T. V. "Wiilliw ond Jlr. Hob APlon, of Sulphur Sp'liiJVi, (ln,'U Is ''iTuvlinr ill's r.uaiHi" tl'ijn-(rk- . firlcan Naiy ,wWi K M.QM nun, pln-M.ni'. MoiT Hinny. f t'' Oa-- Oro and .Mrs. i:,,Vc T.iylur mud Ovt ami Jlr. Hob r,!iroa7l:ir, of ,l ilJIIU. ihqid, ylaltod Xlwids and roU-tlr- a Mis. IiiuUla Sjiljiks and mii fire aU1) Uw AU'i.'it'on eleven mrjnVi.- US" 'it I.UIU jikI UuMi Hrtl. Miami njilo'iuo. ' . I ivumvfin' wore iono Jlcfvlay. ' t ,UynAniJVt. O'riifm and a Jimhio fJ bi now viwk. Wn,lty Win, C 11 u.nj.l-j!pJ- (J'inl-11111- liiy , ' n 1 tl. tln, d'l '',vl .wjri?-ks- !' rec-Jvc- " lat , iii I1' prosri-assliitt- a ffir' 11 K- ni-- l!tan.l "w. wi'-o- oi Q'-i- a -- wo-ix- tf-- t'-i- e Ti- in-- n it-- Mj.-Oi.'- (Jr-- cn.'-lr- e 1 , a-- uj.t 'Iz-s- & 111 f " ...,. J-- t. . xl - e It 1 e patls-fivitcrl- ly a"-pj- ils T- C-- p "-- 111 . iMSriruaa-YtnAlit- oanf-pnie- ,! rfc-In.- j - grl I P3;oinm(-nili,t44- ai-- i s r lt.y,-lai"v- Jj -- ol ,o nd ns ir rr tat o kn JJ.-,- w , -i Smi-ltyil- UIrp t -J f"n-WT- V ad n aarn-lcf.- fr xn-'- Mchenry. lfipt.8-Utittnl.i- vl"U s,iV-t,"- ie Ihu-tfun- l'ls lp yt r. -- kw' e; Sv-nii'- I riihli'' Sl'ii-nvvn- s, ly tK-c- -o Klu-i'.r- MIH,-ir,.ii- f aU-ilro- lilUIA UVYlJtMt. In tfiln lasf . unll-tj'pho- ld SU&. . - V I ' CURIOSITY THAT MET REBUKE Inquisitive Grocer More Thr.n Met his Match When He Questioned the Small Girl. atWamaWamwJmWmaimWaaaWaaWm HAVE YOUR SUITS IDiireotox'y Covnaty Ohio I Cleaned Pressed Dyc-iu- rj WhA '''Q'YV'S-'r- : j "wfTJ kAe. V r S WfflM rj Tho proposal to strengthen the secrecy of tho ballot by voting by mall reminded Senator Williams of an election day story. "Voting by mall," ho snld, "la a radical proposition that I'd hesltato to advocate without further study; but I do most heartily favor Invlo- table secrecy as regards the ballot. "Even a harmless curiosity about the ballot Is contemptible. A Snllna proccr said to a little girl ono election day: " 'Who Is your father going to voto for this morning, my dear?' '"I don't know,' tho little girl answered. " 'Will ho voto tho Republican lllrKheud, JiicIrb; W. V. Mldklff. Jnllcr; i:. 0. ltnrntM. Clerk K. I.. To- Hx, Master CniumlMoiicr; II. T. Colllnn. Trustee. Jury Fund: T. II. Hindi, hlier-- i Circuit -- Court-- T. I- - Hen U. llliiKO, Attorney: y')aaasr.syjiit: Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HAIlTKOltU, KY. Will practice h!u jirofttfsloii in this anil AilJIuins cotititlva. Commercial and Cr11t1l11.1l Practice n Specialty. 1AI Repairing and Iff, j j I special attention. j . Ladies work given neatly done. ' i H delivered. -- Club Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called forand rate $1.00 per ClUb, month. Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. 1ILDC1., tickets Tfie OEOld "; Story 5 She Says: " 'I don't know.' "'I wonder if he'll vote Democratic?' " 'I don't know.' '"Ho wouldn't vote Prohibition, surely?' " 'I don't know.' "The grocer, as ho tied up the little girl's package, sneered: '"Well, you don't know much, and HARTFORD, KY. f Denver Inni 11. 1. Joins, llmitn 6, Hurt foul) W. l liirp, Itiwlno. t'oiirt flis-.Monday in IVtuuoiy iul ou timu three wnkj thiitl .Mombiy In Artt, Odulwr two weeks; tliliil .Monday In two w 'eks. County Court. It. It. WcdJlnp, Judge; . W. S. Tlnsley, Clerk, C. K. Smith. Hartford. Couit cunvtiivs first .Monday In each tuuntli. Quarterly Quiulerly Court Ueslns on the fourth Slumlay In February, .M.,y. Ausust uud November. first Tues- Court of Idny In Junuaiy and first Tuesday In October. ! S. MoxJcy. Other County Offlcc.r-- C. siuneyor, FciiImIIIc, Ky., 1!. K. V. I No, ; Hermit d KUW .Assesror, Hurt- ford, Ky., It. K. U. No. 2; Unity I.eucl). Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. H. UlUy, Coroner, HuitforJ. JUSTICES1 COUIITS. foii-!ciit ' ! CloliiiS-Couvcues Hartford. H. O. Kuowrii, Barnes j j ; & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith llnr W. II. HunifW iiml C. E. (innouiioo Ui.it Uwy ltavo .form-i- a iKirtiuffJiii fcr tilio B'Htjrul imao lUce of taw, cxcyit criminal ttutl Mr. Smith boiiis CVJiiii'y Altor- iif'O' Is lUMVutod from iiMctitclitR such census. Mr. Ritikk will ltwllvldtiiilly OfflotJ accfjvt such tir.xutltvv in llnrUoid Itcpubllcnn building, HartMt-s- . SmlMi ,av., ford, K" itfif. ' ' bu upright He J. rattersoa that's a fact' '"You know less,' tho little girl answered, 'or you wouldn't be askln' eo many questions!'" MARVEL IN GATHERING NEWS i GILLESPIE BROS. W.H.&. J. F.GILLESPIE S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday .Mouduy afur Jrd.Muuduy In Mulch, Tuesday utter Jrd lu June, Tuestv' ufler 3rd i'onduy In September, Tuceday u(l-- r 3rd Monday In December. U. li Scott, Ciuiuwcll. Wedneday after Jrd Monday In Maicli, Wedncsduy Kfter 3rd Monday In June, Wedncsduy ufler 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday after 3rd Munday In December. John H. Miles, Itockport, 1'ilday after 3rd Monday In March, Kildny after 3rd Monday In June, alter 3rd 13. YANCYL.MOSLEY, Attouney HARTFORD, at Law . KY. New Year's Eve Says: Evening, January Proprietors John, My dear, What is it I smell? As the old year is departing An odor of nicotine, I am thinking A vile cigar. r Of what the new I know you have been smoking. May have in store for us, So soon you have forgotten For you and me and Ethel The plans we made, The automobile. I Bit here smoking, The trip to Europe, Burning up money needlessly, The school for Ethel. Depriving myself and family It Is hut five short days ago Of life's necessities That I believed you. And possibly luxuries. So go the plans I made, The dreams I dreamed, pet's add and multiply All spoiled, all ruined, ' fThese nickels I destroy; All evaporated into useless smoke ket us figure Interest and compound Because of man's weak nature. 5L But 'tis all that women may expect Why, they make dollars To drudge and toll, JThey make bank accounts. To skimp and save Without the weed That man may not be denied I should have been a millionaire. His cigars. I quit it now. This night shall he my last He Says: Of useless waste. How dare you criticise! How dare you condemn! (These nickels shall make of me This morning I saw the candy box A Rockefeller, a Morgan or a Car- You thought so carefully concealed. negie. And I refuse to be the only victim They mean an automobile, Of New Year resolutions. A powerful, big red car. They can go hang Oh! such comfort as it will bring The automobile, With summer nights, The trip to Europe, 60 smoothly gliding The school for Ethel. twinkling stars! Beneath the If I must slave all through my days I shall have some comfort, There is a college course for Ethel If only of the weed. I In the nickels I will save, And she shall pick the best. i They Say: 9to common boarding school Here's to nineteen thirteen. Or female seminary for her, We'll live it as we've lived before, . Cut one in keeping Well enjoy it JfNlth the standing of her old dad. We'll have the little things we want We will not dream of the impossible. And, too. that trip to Europe The figures lied We have often dreamed about And we were fooled. That's possible now But only for a few short days. With smoking out Here's to nineteen thirteen (You'd better, begin planning for It And life. soon. And then, Just possibly, S We might conclude (To keep right on and circle this old globe. l'iWw Won't that be grand? Vi, )' 7, VmrjjS V. .Xrf) 'And just to think These things will come .From cutting out a useless habit Ordinary Man Cannot Appreciate What the Production of a Great Journal Involves. The ordinary reader, as he opens his dally journal, Is content with a vague feeling that It somehow edits and composes Itself; he seldom reflects upon the immense amount of organization, upon tho care in tho selection of news, and even upon the mechanical skill In adjustment so that every column may be exactly filled, which are required for even the most normal Issue. He seldom reflects upon the speed with which it all has to bo done. That a great paper should appear morning after morning generally correct lu its news, readable and sound in its literary matter, accurate in 'its printing, that It should be distributed all ovei th country and tho world at the right moment, Is none the less a marvel because It has happened so often that people have ceased to look upon it with surprise. Good Talkers and Good Writers. Good talkers are rarely good writ ers, and vice versa. Good talkers are those who fill up the conversational gaps. A conversational gap is the ab- 6 LACHSMITHING H AND REPAIR WORK Will practice his profession In alt the ndjolnlug Monday lu September, lrlduy ufler Jrd Courts of Ohio and Appeals. counties, Also Noand In the Court of Monday In LVccinbcr. J- C. Jackson, Centertoun, Saturday tary Public. Office over First National after 3rd Monday In Murch. Saturday f Uank. ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday afur 3rd Monduy In September, Satuiday utter 3rd Monday In December. yoki TuseJny .xi" n''iay '." Henfrow, Tuwday after s'uril'- after m 2.i Miiu Tn. u.i Monday August 'Tuesday' a' eV ind Monday In November. . ... lllOlllIltt KmiilAr. -ll... "'"''.' yiuioii, ucunesuny iftir Ohio County ;.. "u nunuay in .May, "V11' "csduy after 3rd Monday KY. Wednesday after Lnd Monday In Not",.: In ' J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, i. i--., ' -- -- ' Horseshoeing a Specialty. Prompt Atten:?rJIll. Tuesday after All Matters Given AFFIDAVITS ".;!i J'uich, Thuisday urtir tion. PENSION " Auuuit, Thursday after SPECIALTY. nd r,"ll,uy In November. nfter :nd MondAV f.!,0V ,Kl.rCl.'.' l rl,1"' ' 'd Mon lav iiinl,5y,L,fl.,,uy ,,r,,r 3ri1 M'"'- - 'nd'tahW' -- ""'H'-,1'Tldn- y tayInXovS,"&rrlda,r "UCr ;"a MW- - HAUTKOItD POLICE COUHT. J",,Cro. JJudfio; John U. Wilson, rft. .t,?,'.,uy: l'- - Stevens. Marshal S,iyrt Sl'CO'"1 Mon,uy "' ' month yy'lii?1"'. ..5LyorS "-'- ! KILLthe COUGH AND CURE the LUNC8 itTcSV1 . . WITH Dr. King's itte TrM Hartford, - Ky. 'i'mA t e J.a,or'. j - J- Carson. Cooj. r. W. J. DIVU . " 1 ri.,ir;-Jl.U;.T?yl- LU 1,l"J-- "'d l' W. itGLIQIOL'S SEltVlCES. Gaps come when sence of talk. thought lags. Talkers must be ready to jump right In and fill up the gaps without thinking. Good writers must make gaps; great, huge thinking gaps, which must be used for concentrated meditation, after which comes the written result of that meditation. Good talkers must stop talking when they commence to write. This is always hard for them. Good writers are too careful what they say to consent to fill sudden talking gaps with mere chatter. This may make it clear to many a woman why her literary ambitions are so slow to materialize. Life. SEEDS BUCUfcTS SEEM SUCCEED I ' SPECIAL OFFER: U kalM l.Baira. AtrUlwUP mue you out Dcnnueni customer. GUARANTEED to-da- y; SEND 10 CENTS . to com pwtaf m4 pwklnf n4 rec! tbU Talattle my 4 Plant BUfaTt4 bmu,who Bk, i i uiu ui kDoot u ntm wwn ruau. . H.W. feettw, lMi "fanUKVLi OX Mention this Paper. Write VWWWWWWAWWWVWAVWW Dig TO PLtAfcE. BUI. 1IMV1 t rant. ltS ces monrlne rlrst a'1 third Sun-du- y month. Sunday School . a. m. 1'ruyer meetliij; every r"'s,"r- Y- - Jolu" iwi.i!la';u,,Jftv-.T- cery Sunday J"S'i Kma"l1. cvcnlK- - Sunday School meCtln"' "ery WcJ" nedaay V'"'r:!;-Servl- ce. every fourth sSdlv 'S? m. and 7 p. 111. 3.u u. w. Kldor W. U. Wril?t Schjxd South-Servi- .?V ir.-- fve"i"? rhurc' exery. eenh.1'' .Ci K Cn.Vrc,I-srv- ,cc month at U Sunday Scool :. . Sunday In m. and 7 p. m. "t i Electric GUARANTEED SATISFAOIOB OB MONEY REFUNDED. Succeed when everything else faQa, In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supretn remedy, as thousands have testified. AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. New Discovery a man HKruuvno PRICKfree wu Sew ,roi.D8 s LCCI1KUOO 01 , , I f &woVNA Jk E Mk jAnd now, my dear, iLet's go another step. .There's candy for yourself and Ethel; .It's needless waste. (Just figure what it means. JBee what life would be without it 'Why, in a year or two H could quit the dally grind .And tell the "old man" to "go hnns." And with the Interest compounded "We three would live at ease. (We'll call it done right now (And candy will be barred. all the world Would stop and think, Would just apply a little sound horso sense, fThese New Year resolutions 'Would bring the mlllenlura. "The cost of living Would no longer be a problem. Old age would have no terrors Tot the poor. Hall to the year nineteen thirteen. If only R t.' FIDO'S RESOLUTION. HIS NEW YEAR THOUGHTS The Eloquent Well-Known Hopelessness of the Author, Robert Louis Stevenson. Beautiful In its simplicity and eloquence is the following gem for New Year meditation, culled from the magic pages of that lamented master of English prose Robert Louis Stov-enso- .!. to ourn less, to make the whole family happier for bis presence, to renounce when that shall be necessary and not be embittered, to keep a few friends but those without capitulation abore all, on the same grim condition to keep friends with himself here la a tusk for all that a man has offortl-tud- o and delicacy. Ho has an ambitious soul who would ask more; he has a hopeful spirit who should look He resolves to be kind to all stray in such an enterprise to bo a little and to spend a little "To be honest, to be kind English Taxi Rates. There are one hundred taxlcabs in THE the city of Sheffield, England. The SEWING tariff rate Is one shilling (24.3 cents) MACHINE for the first mile, and after that 3d. (six cents) for each quarter of a mile. OF This rate Is for one to four persons, QUALITY. and includes such baggage as is car rled Inside. For outside luggage a fixed charge of 3d. a piece Is added to NOT the cost of the journey. The meter SOLD mechanism is also affected by a clock, so that when a taxicab is allowed to UNDER ANY stand with the flag down it registers at the rate of one mile (or ono shilling OTHER NAME. cost) In every 15 minutes. A taxicab may be contracted for by distance, as WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. when one wishes to make a trip of 40 miles or more a special price Is made iryoupiircluKOtlioXKW HOMK you will of lOd. (20 cents) a mllo, and a stop have a llfo ussvt at tho price you p.y, unit will of several hours allowed without not huveim endless chain of repairs. ' t. charge. Quality How to Attract the Birds. Considered "The matter of attracting birds to your yard Is all very simple, particularly if you happen to have an old grape-arboa bit of shrubbery or a tree or two. Of course, they won't come without encouragement. It may bo, even, that you will have to give up your old cat, but you will soon And If you want a Bowing machine, write for the sacrifice amply repaid. For to the our latest catalogue before you purchase. heart of a little bird, a cat is the very The New Home Sewing Machine Co., Grange, Mass. embodiment of prawllng destruction. Then you must have a feeding-board- , on which to spread such dainties as 130.00 TO S100.00 A MONTH bits of boiled potato, sodden bread (in For your Ajiare time Experience not needsummer), cracked corn, rice, crushed ed. Want mi actlte man In this locality. nuts of various kinds, trimmings from To Introduce iib to your frlrmlx. We pay largest r,ih nlcH. meat, and suet For birds soon grow pnd at death, benefits when cost. Injured, for smallest to love the hands that feed them." offer to Drst Apand plicant from this place. Write quick for Suburban Life Magazine. parllculais. 83S. Covington, Ky. THE Infusion Process Successful. Tbe manner in which soft iron may be converted Into hard faced armor plate by the Infusion process appears in the case of a test which has recently been made. A bullet was fired I AM PREPARED from a rifle at a distance of thirty-si- x feet against the surface of an To do any kind of Veterinairon plate which bad been treated by the Infusion process, striking with a ry work. Horses, mules and velocity of 2,700 feet a second. The cows need not die for want of hardened surface caused the rifle ball Calls answered attention. to rebound with such directness that day or night. It struck the stock of tho gun from which it had been fired, imbedding Itself in the wood and narrowly escapVeterinary Surgeon ing the person of the marksman by s whom the shot had been fired. y. H ti Magazine. NEW SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodice No. fT5, K. & A. M meets first una third Monday each month. Owen Hunter. V.nltlit In ' 1'oreniun Sccrelury. Keytoii6 Chupter No. 110. rt. A. M meets every tliiid Suturduy Tries'; tvC" "J?,""!' Jo.lm T-- Mooie Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. 81, o. E. S. meets second and rourth Monday even' 1&1 iSii.8, d-- AuJcrson. XV. M. Mlsa Secretary. Hough Hlver Lodge 110. Knlshta of lytldas. meets everyNo.Tuesday night. ' c c" J Nl'y l0aler' K Jf'll. & S. Hartford' Tent No. W, K. O. T. M.. .1P.h.VVieir3fslf1lr,'t, an.1'. t,,lnI Thursday1 Coiiimaiidcr; L. 1 loicman, Kecord Keeper. Sunshine Hlvo No. . L. O T Af meets every first and thlid Fildaynlisht In each month. Mrs. Attye Grlfflii.lJidy SECHET Bitters to t. lu I!I, k FOR KIDNEY.LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE the best medicine ever Mil over a druggist's counter. Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have tbe wrong one given you. For tola reason we urge you in .buying? to be careful to get the genuine i Heco'rdKepcr!"uL k 'Tn .'v - LUl HOME Acme Lodge No. 339. I. O. O. F.. ccoi.a and fourth Friday night meota In Vendl' "& NoU'1 Ohio Tribe No. HT Imp. Order Tied .lien, meota second lsi. fourth Wednesand day nlKht in each month. i;nis Fos- - BLACK-DRAUGite'tordr"1"'- - A' K l'atc' Liver Medicine Hartford Cump, W. O. W. No Wu,latt becietury. GraJ "' UiSV.1." WallaJe?""" l'' 'j; r, W Cflpli-Roni-p AdJt )..,Vi I'resto'n Morton Post No. . Q. A. R.. '?! r";suiar ,n,eel1",1',, Saturday beforo ch month. Ash- n?.i Mm Uo.?'lay ' Commander; J. M. Hogcrs. ! iUVtry ,bcCo,", ""J lourth Saturday '"'"pp.. l latn "loHi. Consul Commaii- AV11Ua''ls! W C. '", GrVP. Woodmen of tho ""v:1" evcry and 1" each month Uunru-laji- ; ?tWi Jl.'SL'h.ke Mrs. K. 1'tndle.ton. Clurk. Stmaliuio Hlvo No. 4J, L. O. T. M.. mcol evoty first and thlnd Pri.Uy nUI In each month. airs. At,tyj Griffin, Lady Cominundcr; Mia. JI. E. Mlaohk", L.uiy It,euid Kcfiper. Hough lUver No. 110. Kntshts of 1'yithias, ino"ta every Tuesday night. . 1. Tuyior, C. C, J. Ney ITostor K. of H. & s. ' v.1.1.01?' u??Hc',,.iUV, u"ir'" The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firm ly csiaoiisneo. it coca not imitate Other medicines. It ii hrttrr others, or it would not be the fa- vonie nver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN Fa itn IIge WGALL'S MAGAZINE Keep w,ey Style by Rediag McC.HV Magazine aad UsiagMcCall Patten McCtHi MmiiIssuIII. Ladies! S lielli you dross lit fill-Wil- y c.'iliko A. a 8. f . re Becretary.Treaurer-- 8. li. Kump, Indianapolis, Ind. State Officers: II. M. Fromun, Carroll county, Pres. T. T. Barrett, Henderson county Vice President. S. IJ. llobertson, McLean county. s. O. P. Roemer, Warren county, State Organizer. .I,J vuuiiijr, aiiu tl.i a raves, "'. Allen county, Asststunt state orxunlzerH. Hoard of Directors. Ben Watson, Warren county; C. M. Harnett, Ohio county; A. II. Urooks, Hrucken county; It, E. I. Ray, Hardin county, und ,J. F. Doss, Mulileiibirg county. Ohio County Officers: 8. L. Stevens, Prts.. Heaver nnm.Ky. Henry Pirtle, Sec. Hartford. Ky, V. Ford, TreuH., Hartford. Ky. Sec.-Trea- National Officers: Presldent-- M. F. Sharp. Narrows, Ky. Vice Presldent-- J. M. Woods. Kjftilon l)ci(S3S; In cnili lkiia. Alto. Nnliialilii Inforinillon.l en all lioiua liU prr- tonal matters. On If bH! a year, liirludinic Miiv n f'eo rnliern. Sub- tirilio tuilay or tendi pomiiil on fashions In ilnllici uud liau CO; t )u liKJclerulO' y ke pIn r for fit'o tani'ilo copy. llcCttlFiCtrimillcnnblnynuiomnholn your-m- il liuino. Willi iMiCnuvn IiiiihU cliiilijiiKfiir jourfoir omi Uulilt;'ii Hlilcli win iiu iieri.i t In n(inncl iff. I'iicp uono birhcr ilnm 13. (cuts Hrul lor tioti I'sttom CaialuRuo. ( V Will Git vn iuc'l rror.ilin:i Yea Tut TrtwaU Tor Fi'lllni; iiiikhic jnurfrlcnili. Sqiil rirfrco mal-iruund t'atli 1'nzo Oftcr. t zn v 37a sl. nhh yok (ssinvt. ta BOOKKEEPING TYPEWRITINGaai Hs,Plwatflraf)iy W. H. RIUBY licit', Cat-sler'- COUNT? BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford. Ky 1. L. B. Tlchenor, Hartford, H. F. D. No. 6. 2. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. S. Putterson, Oluton, Ky. i. V. L. Alford. White Hun. Ky. -S. Richard l'lumer, Taylor Mlnei.Ky, TELEGRAPHY u-- i. III lTalilnt nf Tn "tasklaisHasa'iiTSffliajffiSWaS. ?," hsta vaara S. t " 2SH,J,,l."?'2r "" '" TM,ljUctva,H,., !Lwm. -- Kotir now.-- -- ' r ... lijMU' ! Ti nil ran WHI J fpTrr swum i -- f- Wi. i.. HOW MIDWAY II H1 JB19 ALCOHOL .1 PHii i i m, ANtgc altelVriBrailfflifcb slmiaiiii!ii!icrDO(f.iiulI?ci;ite linjJllii'SitminchsaalUovclsc'f GASTORIA I E Jesus the father saved humanity TO LIFE' By on Its For Infants and Children. A $20,000 Investmsnt Boys and Girls, Regeneration He Will Give His Ciiiitire,. Everlasting Life. Jehovah Is the Father or Llfcgiver of the Church, Who Hao Alreasy Do gotten the Church by the Holy Spirit and Will Perfect Them as Spirit Be ings In the Resurrection, but Jesus Will De tho Father or Regenerator of tha World Humanity, Dec. Tliu Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature i W IN MODERN SGH00L!0USE. MA oor D-".- u 5f. fetftf. KSa1 Eb i PromotesDirfeslioiiiCkdtJ-- i ncssi!ii(IIesi.Conulnsiiiiw Oj)ittm.MnrphuciiYiiner;ii. of m ft$ JET Vw a n ISot Narcotic. slteSsiil jlmrStrJ Armaniflmf.' .1 m'iTdfr a SlJ KS WWW ,:v II ra W- ChaM ,Cvj" -. IHHirlHlt.' M7 ttttfytaillem. Is's CK l?8W ta AnerfcfJ Remcdv forCuTslfcj I Ion , Sour S!oiiucli.i)latri.u.j Worms jCoiwak.oiis.rc :r ' nCS301ulLOSSOTSLLL.. FacSiiiilc Sijnamrc ffi V j nsbi For flW b cf NEW YORK. Thirty Years LW I.inrnirgdtmdcriTH:s-oojfiiij- t GASTORIA TMC Exact Copy of Wrapper. CCNTAUR COMMNT, NtWVOftHCtTV. POSITIONS GUARANTEED will GUARANTEE you n. position If you us real boon. Wo need many tnoro onco to supply tho unormout demand for our (rrnduatea. A3 toon no wo get tho required ot students this olfor will bo withdrawn. So number wrlto at onco lor particulars. WE V&stMatt OKUi W HC'IIWAKTO ridHcifAij r ?JMaP) TXUIHVir.IjK, KY, OVER 05 YEARS' EXPERIENCE BUSINESS COLLEGE lKCUrOaA7KD FHTAnUrinr.n imu aacccisiui secu crowing uciuuu friant I lie best. Seasonable Specialties: tluckbce's "Full ol Lite" Kortlietn f'nligired Seeds 1iac a reputation of SEEDS 1rjtot CrotM i una. " ui u j Uickbec's Lightning Lxprcss jj oo Bushel lettuce. Radish, Tomato and a full line el Seeds, rianlaawt Hulbaat lowest growing pri-tSend (or complete catalogue or submit a list of 'your reoutrcmenis anu win quote puce. Buy direct from the crower Sac Monev. Write today. Mention this paper.' laMBacUecSt., Earliest Red Valentine . , ,. Refugee Hxtra Eafly Km btrinirtra (".rem rod . WatlHcll Imp. Kidney Wax New While Wax . Cut lie's Rust I'roof Wax PBAS Extra: natljr Alaska . . 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Soud modek photo or skeka tor FRCC report on patentability, to years' praetlca. sun PABtlNQ RIFCriCNCCS. rortreeOuld Jiook on Profitable Intents write to 03-I- Ot Colebratcd (or ttyle. per(ect fit, simplicity and reliability nearly 40 years, hold In nearly I every city and town In the United Stntes ail Carwd.1, or by mall direct. More sold than any other make, bend lor tree catalogue. McCALIS MAGAZINE More subscribers than any othei (ashlon , miarlne million a niontlu Jmaluable. I.at. drcsiinaklmr, r est styles, patterns, needlework, millinery, L;j plain icwlnjr.dncy luhdrtsslni;, r ctuuette, RiMid stirie, etc. Onlr CO cents a ' year (worth double). Including a free pattcsn, today, or send lur sample copy, WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS toArjcnts. l'ostal brlnr;i premium catalogue and new cash price ou"ct. AJJrca. TOE UcCAU CO, KSIalti W.lhSt.. NEW V0 WASH INOTON.D.O. Sevsnth Strt, bubsc BlCkBEE'S BULBS SUCCtEOP BULBS " " F t&aTTJ r)cM)wtlltt)eXtUllllM ilj- JlfftoUth, I .t.tt. Norlu ftADthii. Ills. r(tUk Irli. HdlUt. Vrwuli. I aiaifiaiilBa hBnarlroii.LfiMVi.CttluuoJjit,. AardMS. ltsntdlL I ISmu trs Nkniitu. Dtrwis Tttllp. rsrni Tttlls, TmW4 . IvilmfW miirWaajB i iw.hi shijm ee sijiiewi 1 il'Vt w" I Mf SSI mnaov nfundtNL 'o -- I. r.1laaMtA.t)C4iol1iutblalia- nlatuto. skMunrialii JDUTOUU build Nw llaitBcM " irUI will mala vnii i nprninniiit cu. " intnar. H.itit,ractionuaijanteed or your "m.jb raSPEClAL OFFER: A1 f4kT Write ' to-d- !! " OlViUANTKEUTOPLrABK Mtatloa thU Pap HHi-NI- ) Cli.-NT2HNOHra I t nv Jtvkr. how to obUtn jmUuts. inula uuA,lI O0DrtilliU. Ita. IN ALL COUNTRICS. Waskigli tavti timrA Busfotst I'trtrtv-Ulmontv anJ ojitn intfattm, T10 Uf IUorrMtSlSIJiiifcCllsS4 j ivg vsav 1 fMtlMtkt, Patont and Infrlnjement Practlct Exclusively, i ito or roma tu us at tljata Btrsst, asar Vals4 BUM fttaat OMca, I wj v j vine " bi.lSKllIShl Ouuk. Till sll kbtU L Dstt I ru SSI risstt. ftlitU if astiarwat, rmsmiiui miaismi j I In OoaBUB9feVUOa ....-.- . a (IBH IBjt, a wi nwasses"-ae i ltaWtlt UOTBA4 Ituif tnuH imseet auri fwuer i Tsli ilb Urwii ..., -, hJi, loruaf Aa . wtt. anl tjeiTAM. n. ft. I .11 Ul tn. t. 0...U.. DUvKitta UBBOTCniSiT.- kocstobo, ill. v &MW 7AWf Pw?' ySiXmessjfaMhsfrcrftn jjSfctfry, (heapJ 3cMfiy Grws.?ffJfieJJ yfaWcdft. J2oyvfjg fr BOA) 1J insi'W&WWN&1? Cincinnati, Ohio, 8. 1' n s t o r Uussvll's meetings Msiiiy nirnl coiinniinlllcs feci t lint nny Inillilliij; ntnl imy KrutiiiiN will lu weio the rellIoua feature here today. for hoIioiiI imrposes. Tlico coiiiiiiuiil ' We leport ouo of lies Iiimc netcr tliniiKht litur his ntlilrusses from fur tlii'y Imtc tiroKruispil In mo innn the text: "lie shall other lliii's. T.'ic iivcniKe ninn will smj i g be called the when yon press him for a renson foi V a t It e r." tliu poor school equipment In his neliili (Isaiah x. (I.) ornooii. "Weil, unit school whs mm 9CSakveaV VV"1 The Pastor said enough for me. nn" I reckon It's rooiI that God's peoplo lmioiikIi for my chlltlrcn." His own (rgSTOK. RII3SELQ today have suhome, his f.irinliii; linplomcnts. Ills perior ndvantnges s -for Illlilo study: hence Kthle students see new llglit In texts louj? considered ohscuie. Ills te.t today was of this (.iiirnctcr. It Klves Jesus the title, "Kverlastlus Father," or the Kather gives cvcrlnstlni: "fe. At ouo , who (line It seemed t' contradict other y JiiS Scriptures "The dot! and Knther of m :.i sn our Lord Jesus Christ hath begotten '' '1 ; us;" ".My Kit her and jour Kitheri'My i God mul j our God; and other texts. f Hut now In the clearer light the ) vnnislics. l US tWUM-wtvPH t.A sir. Jchornh God Is tho Father or to the Church: lint Jesus Is to ho r to the world. the Father or "ITe sliall he called the Everlasting a HEAUTiruL, nooitWAT. i of peace." Not Father and the harns mul nil else In Ills llfo hare until the end ofPrince Age will lie bechanceil from n "tallow cnniilo anil j gin Ills reign as this "King of kings and houicinmlc Hull." nu'e to an "electric Lord of lords." Tho earth Is n rebeliifjnt and n steam tnraslier" use. lious province under n reign of sin and Three jears npo Miilwny ami the death. The early part of Messiah's country lieean to think It was reign a; III bo for breaking- down time to have a twentieth century School contrary to the Divine urrn'tige-meii- t. plant. They hesan to feel tha' It Not until after "the battle of would be well to have a building a will the Rieat Day," "Arma-jeddongood ns any of their churches. At He hate the title "Prince of Peace;" uil- - Ki'oi'riii ptiiiiie Niiimii UN neiiti nmi thereafter men shall leuru war ini nnd mmiihleil under Its breath, but uo more." giaiiu.iiiv it iiegan to see the wisdom The Second Adam Jesus, of the movement and at last voted the The llrst Adam purposed to be tho fundi necessary. of n human race. While the trustees planned a school ' father or that should be n credit architecturally, lint sin. disobedience. Interfered with they did not forget to buy euomth this arrangement as God had fore ground to ghe the energetic young- seen and provided for. When Adam sters that were to be trained ample lost his own right to life, he could elbow room. The beautiful building transmit to his children only n dying stands well back from the turnpike human body. The legal right to life Is on (he acres of line blue grass laud. gone. Humanity needs a Deliverer not Behind and to one side of the school building Is a comfortable stable stalled frora eternal torment, not from purga- to hold twenty-fou- r i l0tT, doctrines of tho Dark Ages withhorses. from As is usual in school affairs all over out Scriptural foundation-h- ut the country, tho trustees built this filu n'l death. Whnt the world really exactly what God school with rn Idea of Its taking care ,lwi18 ls a or all the pupils in the district for the tolls U9 Jes"s ,s to o- u- Father, who next fifty years. .Vow, after onlv two, wl" Klve to tl10 willing and obedient iiutl a half years, they are beginning to everlasting life. The meaning of the see the natural result of a fine grow- - wor(l "Savior" is WueH the r'Ks accepted the Heav-an- d ing school spirit among both children parents. Today five grade and two enIJ Anther's offer to become the high school teachers manage to teach , world's Redeemer, it involved the the" 250 boys and girls that re en transfer of Ills life to human condl-rollerd was made flesh" This number Is just fifty more tlons- - "Tu not sinful. Imperfect flesh, than were enrolled last year. It Is (J0"11 ' ! now plain that the school will have ! but perfect, suitable to ho a nanso- mto add a new teacher each year to take a corresponding price for Adam, that care of the steady Increase, and In five He might redeem Adam and bis race more years an addition will have to be "He wus holy, harmless, undented and built to take care of the children. Be- separate from sinners." To .bo the Everlasting Father, It was sides this yearly Increase, the trustees claim that very few of thoso enrolled necessary for Jesus to purchase mun even try to play truant Ample play- kind by giving Himself a Hansom grounds, clean, warm schqolrooms, Trice nt Calvary. God raised Jesus comfortnblo single desks, light nnd from the dead, a New Creature of the ple.isnu' surroundings make school go- Divine nature, to be the Second Adam. ing less 'irksome, and the Incentive "The Second Adam is the Heavenly Lord" prepared to be the Father, or for "playing out" has been removed. Severn schools rolled into one make many things osslblc. It allows the As only one man, Adam, committed the trespass which involved the race, school fund to pay for a reliable Janitor, who can bent, clean and care for so tho purchase of the race required tlie property as it should be cared for. only tho one life which Jesus sacri ficed. Whenever ne shall nppiy the incrlt of that sacrlflco to Adam and his race, Justice will turn over the world to Him. For a thousaud years He will feign ,to suppress forcibly sin and death, nnd to ralso the willing and obedient ,to human perfection as His earthly children. As Jesus, tho Lord of.Glory, ls to bo the Second Adam, tho Everlasting lllflini tt llln .t'Tj1 an tlin Cnnnnil T.'n ,i iv iuu nwtUi n uiu wtTVU.li 4u is tu uu iue uuuicu oil wiu spirit pinue. Throughout tills Gospel Ago ati election, has progressed, to find and prove whom Gpd will esteem worthy to be made partakers of tho Dirlno nature, ILJDWAY'S 6CCCESS. , "heirs of God, Joliit-heir- s with Christ" provides teachers for the different their Lord, a llttlo Flock perhaps It strong literally the 141,000 of Revelation. grades and makes elliclcnt mid work. By bringing many children to These will not become tho "Bride, tho t'other It gives a clinnco for the child Lamb's Wife," until tho cud of' this to develop his social nature in a group Age. "Tho marriage of tho Lamb" will of his own age. That the school qt come, for "Ills Wife" will have made .Midway is a success Is to put the matherself ready for tho work of tho ter lightly. A school that has enKingdom. rolled fifty new pupils this year, that Deliver Up the Kingdom. has added llfty children to the school After the thousand years Messiah population of Midway, that makes the rent Ing of any kind of house in the will deliver tho Kingdom to tho Fatown nu Impossibility, that in two ther, as St r.iul declares. Then, as and u half years does not show a the Father tested Adam, so Ho will scratched wall or desk. Is a huge sue test Immunity as respects their loynlty to God and righteousness. This test-In- s cess. Does ull tills answer tho question of will demonstrate who are worthy investment? Can any one ever llguro of everlasting life. shall exactly what stronger men and women perish In tho Second Death. The In u community tiro worth? God has already mndo provision for bchool cost tho community &.'(l000. ! perfect uieu to become the Princes of tho money a good Investment for Mid the world during Messiah's reign, tlioso way? The answer 'an only come by faithful servants referred to hi. Heasking any or the in tno tils . brews xl, Who cuu know of tho trlct of those who aic willing to send glorious pilvlleges u waiting the Bride their chlldieii Ibeor six, miles mitt of Chilsr, the Second Hvc, nnd not f"ii pay extra tuition to have them In u stimulated to make his culling mul real il'.e twentieth century . school. election suret . " Kvor-Instln( Tho Town Begnn Tliroo Yoare Ago to Realize the Importance of Comorv-InIts Futuro Citizens' Health and Montallty Plenty of Room to Play. g The hurdens n t .mat. h.ii M cn-lifo arc mnny but they can fc gVcncd SI b'k V..I1 l ro to D- -. IV I .ront Prescription. A toothing and wtrcnflisntr.'J n:rvn:o rhth.li 4 tr rvJiw r.r.'lliil'i'lt) , prostration, Iiyitcria, tiot finlijj cri' th iy yn,tort '.i.ith i" 'o .wi '3 ' v rV.tresiiri; ills peculiar t. women. I'oi tuoca p.il.n vt t utrcsu t.nd for tho derange msnts and Irrci',.i!arilio6 fho "Pa oritc Prcncripticn " lias had meny thousands o lottimrniaii from people liting in cxry pirt of AmcriM. Another important is rnnoof'Oti v .iclctit medicinal roots, tliind to cvc;y xse;:r,t h that (' n without the use o n'ochol, narcotics, or nny in' rintig nt'cnfi: Full list of ingrecU cats given on ond sworn t& by LV. It. V. Picrcr' w!.o is Prciu'?nt -- . tl nt iluCalO, tit the Invalids' Il-tM. Y. E riy ivomi is i.witcd to write t' t' i . Institute arid receive coirdor.tiul and sound mciicul ndMcn, cntirr! rit'iout cost from one wiio makes the diseases oi vroaic.i Itu Rpcinitv. "I cm rjJ'Cfrfr.i.r lvtomwend vrnr vinrdlp, rsni"clally ?,) frr,ir,F,ivir,Mi,R-rlrtwt,'- f ral:f.'M'iloili'iordprs,'".vrltca Si. l. .iiwiinin i . Mf l.luff City, 1 enn.. Koutf :'. "Dtirlni - d fitim ivltii In tho back and Uiopri'tMivui I Ftif? T' rt i'i. n riri'iiii 'it lomid onlv transient V T l i. i imui - i wn porsuaJ.il v a fd nd to trv t)r. rierce'4 afjir trl. 1. l'.iur" !'- '.pinn. After givliirc thl Id do Jn't wh.it Ic is rrcomnu ntled ') I fovnl ' I 0 i. Ill" i.j nil "' ,"ti I ittlis. I cn'.r.nt too l.lsL. 01 Er. 1's is. j '.n"dles for all fctnalo deriuigemt.nls.'' IIbd. Vaavs'ju Di: PI- - 'rr ' PlcassnS PcSC:o rct'aafo Jlvcp Was ry WOMAN'S TMMJLS. t'Toni '" , lioUlc-nmnp- cl c, t .1:1-- '. yi-- vl"". 1 A. 'fik JAMES & CO., Pirst Class Llverymatt Centertown, Prompt A Mention - Kentucky. nnd Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, M nrWltlf Ul Mm t1s .J" OUR CLUBBING RATES. $1.35 The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.50 The Republican and Courier-Journ1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm...... Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.5.0 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.5i The republican and Uauy uwensDoro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. l.SO' The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 al Globe-Democrat ro ! T,lfe-Riv- er vav I.lfc-glvc- I Instl-tuliu- til ! " Twice-a-Wee- life-giv- r ! Address all orders to I THE REPUBLICAN. s ! Mfe-glvc- r, Llfe-gtve- r. I YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads e s, INoteheads Envelopes Cards '. '- ' t " - " " . ' ' Statements And other printed forms are given '; I J l 1 i-- Life-give- r. Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. i syin . Don't Suffer! "I had been troubled, a little, for nearly 7 years," writes Mrs. L. Fincher, in abetter from Peavy, Ala., "but I was not taken down, until March, when I went to bed and had to have a doctor. He did all he could for me, but I got no better. I hurt all over, and I could not rest At last, I tried Cardui, and soon I began to improve. Now I am in very good health, and able to do all my housework." Mes-slau- lc Cardui WomanlsTonic You may wonder why Cardui is so successful, after other remedies have failed.' The answer is that Cardui is successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients, that act curatively on the womanly system. It is a medicine for women, and for women only, It builds, strengthens, and restores weak and ailing women, to- health and happiness. If you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui. It will surely do for you, what it did for her. At all druggists. - Th US-it- ). Write to: Ladles' Advisory Dcpt, Cluttinoois Medicine Co.. Chittinoogi, Term., book, "Home Treatment lor Women," seat tree. J CO for Spetial Instructions, and i m-- waujui .. f wi fv- - Hdrtiord Republican. tttfil ncfdr.Jliic to Inw nt th Hertford, hy.. M. mi.li miner u. Portofflce of C,onuYvi. mid: I Th,o Pratldont-iV.o- s t RELIGIOUS WAR IS THREATENED 0f0 C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER EDITOH8 '' - ( ft'inll cull tenures Vgitlmr iiVjin not lity jtlnti j.. , . ,,,, (,9 y). na, wl,y l- ,.cnttv I Vitnk i!vl the (pledges of tin ns It In e'- - "' "' rrvu!, li t " ,j:! nut r' also "' i '"' : i "'"pily ivww 'i t f- - RAMEY E. DUKE, PUBLISHERS J. NEY FOSTER bo In Vy Iri'.fre- -: rrurv? of Jiiixlr, Government Appealing To olic Church To Restore and ui e..arrld on a more tlwn ten f in It will ba prn.''liti'hl AIor lli,nkrii!iiir(; Mnndny. AUrr Mn. I)"an 1m innd Irnr plea to Vio CMf1 llif rol rvlll b plnq d ii Truck and lv drhun finoiu'i t.'if mrfw ,of l'HIUiclp'i'ji. niMrtiitlnis: -- slijnatun i:cti'J, 'n I rl ipr$?r$?r$?ri?ipr&?'$? &ri?r$?ipirip9fcirir Condensed Report OKTJIK if T.'x f 'I- ANDPROPHIETOR8. MrMf all communication Vka Hartford UopubHoan. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS SnbucrltiiT ilclrlnir the nir wrt to n to ' a'l niri .rVilnty n'um'il 'bs rewcil poa'bls mi to w! rtt UU'tliMilii .1 a la oh of itfie Tnrlff m'umiUI V loie in 7 n .to iro.t puS-- '. jwr-n- ' .1 (til? l'.r'MMHit-.T'f- t new In muklnn the ddnwa nio.t (rite the olil mblti reqnpxt. tlnnolleltnl mnnncrlpt will not he return? d BdIkm nrrompnnM by pnMnire. Anonyuionii coinmtinlcntlon. will recelre to tUDtlon. ! Stov-r- b. 31 !X3FII01TX :. 'r - ,1C3 fhiday, u,ncnMni:u n. Tait on Rads-f- tlio Supreme nil Vie trusts. is to bo th,s lnrti pus' to New quartet-; Yp-- k Xxfotral U"ad. &r the rrosres,slt,e iparty. ,W p will lie wir,ln to forpso All Xfii s,nr-to be excused frtvn shi'iiisf uny. s Tly; proTpi icts Ohio county ssma V.on ofa snvo.'. oil KyiM. flV '" to be more apnu-claU- d abrqid Don'it t ftt worry nbaut wV.ti'ifr or Jiot can "coiiie bj?k." Tlw O'PPte Boca.-e'rWill iaJt cure of tfiat question. James whale nley and-Sta- "ciit-eni- " as far seem to be tlie as tlie Kentucky Aeleg&tlcvi In Conoress Is ow, i med. m Jt bo 'none of our fl'ght, but Hn:U-hodesnrvps a clear field for SpaJflr tax as tie uanaJiraim u.r Is It its a gool Wni: Taft dots npl liaive itlw hllmwalf and Oiblnt und,' , ft it Pieslkle'it powp: So - ClMl SmtvJcp. It W.VH Rrfo'ts , "take another fl r!il .of lov for faim pnodiiots to niaK.3 t!.e Vie woq-J-i It taarxir repU Dtm-cra.t- ,of l.avs full Lot the jstnuaMng Vie tartft. It will for anotlKr twemty tfie WPi in tX leprit. wnr -- cure jifc-',- . s "SnlteJ" S?nylr will be oiriied V Rvic'i an ptent tJiat all persons ,wlU b,e Viosxiu'ily We .''looe t.ie bm-lne- wiVft It. Even wi'ijle ?n,2 'IVip; oitans aie In qbllvion lie burying Ool. is neoelviljig a noisy .waleonve by fious-and- s pjt Q'llctgro. Mcny nmoo'.ats (wiU J'lat live tfie'r rtmBl!W until after Matcli. ?o Santa CUm Wilson (Ivayl, Jii'rt as well pnKxioe ojcpordhigly. old tx We hope Conimoss iwill pi," tile resoluUon 8ubiuittlng p. proMibltlng the Iticrkige of white and qotored, peiople. Itod-denb- Dwdopnip.nts continue to shqiv t'lat e the S.tiJite of Kjinitucky, uwl'r rule is to Jiiiivo ap pno'inoiif d?bt to su'imlt to aji J,nicre,ie In U'e Diamo-enat'- acLiil'y by ti'ic XiiiHtlOt ! r.. from live rii,'.-- f nt Melo jmd MoiJos. Miiny town Total JIUI7.ll VircuUJa-liy the labels toJiy. J.UVHILITIKS. Tli,? rum triune nt U now braclne t'- CalUl Stock paid in, in caj'i..$lH.(V to u... ltd lufluniu to CatlvUlc a'ui.x-Uvie, ,.,tt- - l? en,sn(n r.esiore peace to tlie qjimtry. AlMiwvr i',lnj 2,0l VJ of Hie Interior Hituindez It tr. Inir to arill set ,t!ie papal delegate to Indu.je Ilia u whyvt , s prleVs to ,eliDrt their flock. ,h le loyal J15 80"" o'ltok to tlvs Ma, io The Uncertain Future; .T'p HWal C"ifioat''of 01) mlt it U a d"ad o,?intaln,tj- Vun,t JwnicA'er lemiiVs lpuiiiiifi ,u uiiij- iv rmive .vTLij-j- i In tln chuivll''' for pe'iite Tim,? Derrvi'-- I cona'rw'af.lie tiie trndeniils of lr. Wtlso'i as to leisUliation, lie will! approve qv.v C.v.tlfltd OIncks Ends Hunt For Rich Girl. J c.'jecks oat- bill Vint lvis bsen ipafv?d by tili Often the hujit for a rich avlte pn,it .itandlng (0 In Vie Jlouseit tjw last svwbn IMI.iJ when ,Vie ,nvvi nwts u wiojiimn Uuit u,,s Due llinks aul Trut Cvu- of CfOngiiX'.ss, If pn"Bein,ted Jo film, U Kloct,rlj lll'itort. Her stiisis inertia ipllio.S eluding Cries U(fair, s hi has aieuitlcally tempt r. Hjr In a bright bnaln an,d expressed Ms 0P5Toa,l of thwn, and Xo.tM amt Bills aila-ounled- .. pe.io'iWo,vn iqnple.lon and ruby lips Vni'jlil DJiIdds lias aittackied TaCt for Ills Vh:s. TJliose result fpom Uer pur,e blrd; ler br.l'it ff- - tTA'S . bills affected :hlu,'s;les nlios prqjrjcts eyes fiom 4eaWul .Ujcp; Uer elirttic stop" In ISO), a q'ion by Ui.s ptius rqtnirin, 1.0O(O Bills I'ajtaJ.le from firm, fixie niusc.y-all telling of 0 acKicgui'i d $13,jei.SlO,527. Oir.r OtVr UHbllltlfs not Includ-t,'ie health and strength Uljotilc Bit-- 1 of domestic iproducts no.v lrotected wvl'r any of above, l.iais. elv3 a v.onun, and tlw: fij(lom in Viie dutiable list would ff3 on L'.iO ' lyndaolio, fioni iiidi'flj's'ion, bicluo'ie, free lst und&r those bUl,3, and d,utl:s J.1.31T . jnd zvs spiells Viev pionnote. on Una nemalni'ns ,woouId JnL ,b" I'lo- Stat of Krjitucky, Kvwyn li,ere they ine ttonuui's faionte stcti've, because the DyiiirHitH, Includ roun'y of CY 'Vj Set. remedy. U wiejk 'or ailing iry.Uuci). ing Mr. Wilson, jy Viat l'lyitlve 'M: j We, T. K. Coprr j.r 3. 3. sy.wurt, at all diugglsltt. duties are "unoon,JUiiU'not" Prosldnjt aiU CjiVi!r of t'e .Vtv Afl effort has born mad3 to how Viat named K(i.n,k, do .vjVninly swear that tli Liberty Bell Petion. Mr. Wlutv.i Ls no,t In tonnorcy with itliat 'aliotw tiVfiunt Is toiw to A1!" ovt declaration of Vio plaitJrm. But Mr. PhlVifl3,-iP1iia- , Pa., li'C '). -- M:x. of our kao.l?il?i3 and b, Jl-- f. Wilson has jmt a sUp to Vint Doan,", repntea'..Vliie covn by .ViUidr-- n T. 13. OOOPKIt, Pnesldent. a,t,Uiiipt to trirwHenit jilm. ;u of Catlfirnla to j. j. tStiAMt. Oa.V Isr. nui n,t to .Mayor Bliinl:- a letter to Mr. H. B. Hay.w.ard, of Jiiil- - onbuiiv. of Vila &'.$ a petition flgii-iSuUs,orlu.'d on-- i sworn to J;f.o".e m. adolpi'ih, under date of OctqtMir 2j. Mr. ,y that Kt,' lltim:- - ,beJI ! th't TvUi day of Di'CMiibr. 1&12j nusun uieme ae no pamis ot ,Jnt Kratvckco i .Nblt-l Jly Oi nmbiVon 'jn.VjT Kebruaiy of iwjh II during Alys lVmjJiva Kx.prwfc'loji in 191". 1M6. the Uem,ocraVc pUulfq-dlMpjrov,?." .lleaiio?, Mie Pn- - arrh-jeivme toa-- . T. WADE ST,IlA.TTON. t'tlve Tariff unj'oi'irttlUitlonaJ. ,w:l- - TJie .petlUon .Q,ntalns more than ami- Notarj' Publk. son will Jose no time fa eiiVJns rid of it. Ti!ie future Is Juilcd wlt'i much ,CreAlt by iiylnir "wliit p.wtKvilw ltc('i.' of Tirlf.f 'wiM U rcAlsil?" (in It mean Viat lw i not In aym-- d ,vttt'i Vie leaders of ,hU p.irty on U Tariff vU.'y ! t,'mt t It will ,1m rffnmili) "lli'lff ie.rn,t4c fltlfcrni p'link In the r.ro'jv:tlo 'IVHff t'wt t'vj utvonvlttillonnl. It a? mirrpyd tluit t up on VIVoi:i .ii"oJ four (Ht. plntfiDrni 'upon v!iVyi lie .rit durliw tlw cvrtp;Vsn. Tli :luorIltU lirty ill vacated n wWilo ilr,uwiil irevliliM. dilnsr away ?iv.'p',ly w.Ilh tte principle of l,rot'r"'.lon. To be cpn.ltotit Jiiriy mut Bciutt suo'i a nivU'nn .'f t,ie Tirjrt nj will put Into aratltn o;' Vie nUrlff Uv nvewij (inly jvll-on nil tf'iKj If t'.ie InIJ9n6-?ls- t Is In iNtrnnviy wlti't liN party pLitfiittii wliy ilqs he stile U'l.it j people h'iouM Know (wlMt "parn'r'ii-ln- x Mftms" arc to be ciunqnl? U nioiw ti'ne duty of t,'ie D,vnoiTillo to o'vuvje Vie entire T'j'lff PfjM' lnw'-frqm Vw to ffj i n3 ba,sls. it Aeofnea a mn.tt(ir of cwmpUfp iCf'iitv'? of policy iwill not pile of a fsw "pa'U:tilnr Wwiifi" It the pVltfioirn pl;dRe h fulfilled. It Is Vksly (Viat Wllrai and a number l'H nroive of the I5 nooraVc brai3p: hi a ll'itle bit slo'W about iwlplner out Vn Lost vttliw of JVoctlon wViUfi the nrqvinjt Tariff affonda to tli fa.rmi-'- . Influ't-He- s Vm Jaborftrs, and to tin bua'jiie of the wini'ry. Hoqn1He dMo ) Republican. III-l)-itl-- in''l h"ld Stnte Peace. Slovlqo CIL, Pcb. .) 'j.a.t .if) lull will hi ').. tlfcHJl t. Bank of Hartford ijU Alade to W pn ou Ohtinib.l,n' serloiM ti'V wltiii-t'lj- n UKI'OIIT OK THi: CONDITION ,fia(r iCTt !n nn OP TIIK Mexilca. wV!tlruslv llnnncl ' Dp 1. 1 ll.iT,:n i uudsrl.ioil ito (li.i, e CROMWELL DEPOSIT BANK! cl cttnl, ,no elent'on iretuin ti a y,-- t U an Hied, uifl Ontf ,Mc lllitMh DoIhk UuMucy ,t tlw town ff ts jji- mil Itiil p3inli!, v!i"5 catiil'idiiV .'e lnll, Culmi'y of O'llo, StaV of U.t of lis rM'n out f)f ".A ecU-iit- . tta? a bilious utlact bIw TnUiitir n ,trlnl. TiUy :iie V: Jy all simian. Pur State Banking Commissioner As of Nov. 26. 1912. RESOURCES. Suniliiy (lilln tf btn wn, tlon. Loans and Discounts" jE vino an,illy ilMneuvl-nj- ; nil eApl.i'i.i. iNii'iM T'10 .''' 11m, IoiiIkIM .cl ilnis Uiat f,niu;ls w- coniniltt-- d ;by ths Oithollcjt tU Uve jnll. and fioiitondH that til? Bovntivivnit 'uw 11 ic ilsi'it hi tall Vie d'otlon qtf. nsrin, K"Utivky, llimln-- I at 41V? t'lin nt lay on tl'.th - J? of Stov. l!Ui UCSDUISCI-- y Urte-iTfpr- alWcd ntniliiB for l,lve rriMncy bj Tlv3 f fi! Juntfi a,. Ul p,io w,t w'.vdiy un.utVior- - nia.f.n ,, an,, 1)M,W( raxolutli.-ivo.wrii,flM. H,1Mi toit'cd ,, ,m,. ,J .a?,6c ;i i:o.;: tiomls ami other stocks Cash on hand and in other banks .. Cheeks and Cash Items Overdrafts Expenses and Taxes paid Banking House nnd Lot Furniture and Fixtures V. S. 1.1111 $18(5,071.10 11,110.00 l8,4!o!)8 '2,313,47 2.753.58 2,347.14 3,000.00 1,000.00 t) 1 n'ty l'V"'-'-IV- j R?ntljmi. repji,rfl l.M bysJUan. iw'.o. whlls wv,. muUlAhhT Stcilxi. loi.k. It nat fl reoluVoii!st. M.i);on ilcllilri ,tes V amwpr Vi wtatent.mt by QuiMvo n f,. MmVro, sKIiik him V',e lie. tl xiys Oath on l(Mvl Viat iwItvi Miidciro Rlvta im ' UipcKh anl otJicr v'i Itimt..., tlif i.0') P3e3J ly icalV(Al fipni tin Hmklni; ,Hout, rurnltiqs and (Tivcrai-'ivtiiind clars lih nunv I.e Klvturet may brnYnie worthy 'to hi jvj'.losd liv OV ir llil Ks!a,"e ,, 3f (jtivit i .,. LIABILITIES. 7.7M. IM;!!''.! Capital Stock $ 40.OQD.00 aru-nim- Surplus Ill 10 20,000.00 2,527.58 715.2G it OVur not tncludtd an,y of aliovo brads A.f.t unJen ru,-fj!.- i. Undivided Piofits Due Banks Unpaid Dividend Deposits wn 310.00 104,432.43 .3257,991.27 d if? Total h r j5m-,il- lg tan pj sovo-nmc- - r j,nl offd ni w Oeni-o?ra- Ciur-feT'- -- The of our friends and patrons with our management accounts for the steady growth in the vol mini of our business and strength of this bank and it is our earnest desire that our patrons may know 'that their loyalty is appreciated. We are enlarging and repairing our banking quarters, and witli ample resources, capital and surplus we are better than ever prepared to render good services, guaranteeing safety, and courteous treatment. United States Depository for Postal Savings Fund. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. r Hi-- J. W. Foiii), Stt.OuO.OOO.-00- el trs Rowan Hoi.kkook, V. 1'kk.s. .John T. Mookk, Cash iKii. Pkksidknt mlnrtfrnrtt niH-lead- ln i: ( y, sn ain The ni iver is iudqea bv the gifts he nrcJtes t Listen F tax soiti?. Wo airio Dpmocnii'.lc. Idsa of proiprif.t-- . Ttiioie la due eniUnely ,to tfip,t nipasuo?. o u wfi'p hatp iVj buy .tti'll buy qV.io Tine Democrats am ciportd ito ti'ip law. and t'loj ,w!io s?!l will Hill lilg'i. "I."t I'n ciffict upon ithie lnjJu.sty wjwn her conie." .will Ue awaltod wltfi aiuvlety and apPiixCif;ii'oin. bay ,Clty iNatto.ul mhn nlil.1 ltu .t..wTt,1 IaQ In 1'lv.r.a " ' get In will Iiate no rlvfi. tr co iipiim wihen the Ti!ff v'a Imveird ho t'i'it Mrs. Hudson Dead. for(lrin e'YitP ncileullrml i"roluicts nn .Mrs. Kllz.i Jiiv .IlinVon dl'd if. be ,Viioji ovr fen'! to iVt":.r In IlaiilfniLl ca Jy TWVay m'fsht. precis. iTor tlie Tiist l"n ynis h' ie lad je,n In It Js a,nnound 1,'rit PneffkYyiit Wilson bid ,liaWi, and miny Mnvt dmliir is to atip',lnt 'Airt to the that ivr'od 1t wiis t'v)Uffht .she '(juld first vacancy on ifie Sun"rime Quirt no,t Jli,,. Kqr tfis pist A'cl: qr w h''0 U to him, but had be,?n motw !ian wnil and w?i bench. Wpll, lie ottv In liow Is ilue Ko'ng to iiiako such mi a-- 't .ibnilt Vie s.uiie ivmdltloii Tns"iy, an I equattj tvlUi his rrMrirV)tlru pu'nclple? uw suVVvily iwiuso Tuit.liy l tvr,ra conli,ictcd Jy lt.- -. nirty ib, invIut; a. i:. B. BiiAlish at ,tho BipMst C.lnno'l The Prognis-'lt.ransJiieia' to Iv'eji Vfirj nuiiili In Ih'J v.tird,uy afteirjiOAii, intwnrvinl follo.v-- 1 Jlrn llsiht In tlw future. It ,wlll not 111; at Oakwood, Klve ic Us portion a.s Vio ivi(leinHi:i Mus. Iludum wps SI old on tho jparty wlVi U'v) oiw In Pjtir fjo J,il'i t.wvyiity.wiieiilh cif last July. She with a third (party. Sticli a rt'cfli Mould Alleti Porver iltuxlMin, w'k --is be be et,Ti",in. ll'viViUy i's Vils tnue when do id far I' I )iu'n, i'ur inmiy Jrtnw &ho th Vl'ird )a,n:y Is nfflcrirsd i,iid ld by ljc,n u nicmlMir of the J laiftfo-'a Sn,g of ivvsUqnailes wlun aro n,t Hil Ilnf)'J.t Ci'iiiiUi und wiis a ivvislxtjiit wUllng to be turnM out by a m.iwlty Ci'lllstlun, wpp w'll Jw Sho will YVV. TJvi of the bnii?s titii nmn, Mr. JiV'is Jludson. stand jtlnolr wmuivl. with wtlmu Hho llv,d In Ilart,foil: .ui'l was bWn! uivVir oath (it Vis - Mr. Alfond llii'l?un, of .Kcilfer, Oklaliomn It s, Mif; ftuvy A. Kin,',' and thait J'rosldwit Taft iluid loidKd .an two Kli"ti-.Najvnle tl. lllclinioud, boYi of Alio Mt. InvltalVvt of an aJltamua Gruid 'IVunk and t'ifj Nw Yoiit, Nvr Oalhouii, Ky., and thrne Kra,iil-iHlicTJio ItepubVcm Ji!ns t,li wWipped. llatyjn aiad Hartford tiilciiuls In V. T.ift ip,Y'xfdn; HymiUitlij- - v the lnniv.l because Its brpiViw llen,-- y wa a nisimber of tbj JfU'rd of dlritois family. tvns and AtUunry 0,'vifml Shortenig of the Day. a partner In tlw firm iucUhk lis noun-Bfor iVifO iia'li,id. lji)l;s like tho Pur u ling thiK. U luis l,:n kiv vn wila'itli tho Bull Mwfl iad Or Vi it tlie tbl,.s act i.s n limke on Vim roare llkily to voting awilnst tating eamh and Uunt thuy t,ud op tjw iUy8 uiwl vir o hy. to leiii'itlivu tlw ,liy. Tlie fhvt Is, Uoh. qter, m slight Unit It caniuit be nicvi-ii- i What Does it Mean? 'd In ui'is- leixMi of Vino at iiiin'H dl8po,nal. M.voMllUn lias ostlmated, with for tlyi Ju&t Usftiv iVipartliW telp, wlwr,e he Vio old pf ion a vacation misuiim'Jons fj.nd upuri could Uilnk over tlwa iuatt".r3 f .tat i'iit.1 avaiUUV', that Clio iiVi!yiNe of annoyed, WIUoii invi a tho l(r;;tli of ,tho Xxy U one wlVvnut l;ln In ttttqmwt ill regard to .lw Pclal sft--- K0,W) yep.'. ax-I-iW . I.'uni-ti'a- TJio sugar UiUiihitiy In Uiit exlstenpo ttiuutrj. owes Its to V all to bo bieniifltM by llio D'nrcley Taiiff law, ji,nJ its ftrowt'i LOOK! LOOK! tMtKKri - rjaBHPir3ftr 9ilfR l'4ERBnlHc ET k. B9j Inv iHIl r 'fc-1- ' 1 tj J w rF j mCJ 'y-z- yi nit. r ) Ladles of the Clty- :Gentlemen like to get presents that cbme from a gentlemen's store. They arc In the habit of wearing our high-gra- de, iiiL-,a- l. A Dubois & Seabury Piano for $50 and some special prices on some other slightly used Pianos. Pirown-isliP.- s One Packard Orchestral Organ for. $15. This is your chance to get some real bargains. So come and get my prices before buy. & please your gentlemen friends. Ve love to have ladles visit our store, because they are good judges of merchandise, and we are glad to have them pass judgment on our splendid goods. AL- L- WOOL suits and overcoats, and they would prefer OUR high-gra- de ties, hosiery, suspenders, silk umbrellas and the like for Christmas presents. We have scores of things that will Wl-krslti- 'Jrt cinul-Up- ly j,-- - M. A. FAU6HT, Manager Factory Representative for High Grade Pianos, Player Pianos, Organs and Sheet Music. CARSON 8c CO. INCORPORATED. 4 HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY. I . Hartford, Kentucky. T. N- .- 2Z i V- - ,!, MJWrrttv.sM.. WWI1y)ytJ .. - .. , ?, VJ lo'iarso. Tlw three ilijfl wwrfc Kiinuntr 00(XOOOOOCKOOOOOOOOOOOOCK30CXOOCKX00(X)OOOOOOOOOOC to nrurly JJ, wtlli n Sew siimll Itvn a Vilt liine T. V. Jolnor of ONdinv i )n paid .from MrnA tuntun t. and family. .Many "on;illin"i' Siavo hern lvn.nl upon J. C. tier, it,!io Kivnjir'tnuin, (has the tlvj N,iilltnt illmvni o,nd ltui:;hen thit mvclVt llm of fruit hiikiti fiver w.'r swtfl crwji day, und MiiescerUvlnly rjoelvt.l iln.i 4iion,- -' m ,to Ibvrtu'd. Jl.ip fn )n Wior.V'i. Tfio rlvi Vj le Aicrtn'Utrd. of ov'i wr.'-'u- n have workrd Ioik all A,K f.ilUiful Inward liuliair, tin nstv ehjii'di Those who v,mt to ,nmke "Jiw-la- l ilkok and If t'ls ,niii iiienibbi'd potild do eVn ordrn for the HulkliyH w 111 pliM , ., .. i3v c'mnvli would joh (111 Connection with iiiikI ti iii.nioiflixli of nimp to uMr. J. C. ',1)0 ft. Iloscnlilntr, Hnwcsvillc, Ky.) a iMiUty at thtslr cirllet coiiwiikiic". A'v Ilr Jtit opennf a barrel or that Kood ,ruro Farms for Sale, New Orleans Molasses the kind Hut invpir"-!and iia'inpiunl .farmi for ever) bod likes. Get n pillon todny. Raid Call MUs hrinw liobbrt IVi.r,rI ay turned to r 1 at PlnHpo,t, s I We Are Expecting You N f Ky wto ll'jv. Ttifrliy nftT Rosenblatt's KENTUCKY. To make our house your shopping HARTFORD, iiAiiiroiiD anocKttv co. -- "on or aillroc. it place for Xmas goods. As hereto-for- e, Tly most nWfe ".t1 b7ii'ful .KM AVBSt.KV, Ul"-pl- we are prepared with a splen- of C .r!t:iiUS Jewtlry w've V"i In oil1 an und uliI IliUi'fjrl, muli ibVJIy Is .it Ttiji,iui. .S?e l.ln ll ml. on Jf.lrd tfAlv. UKl'OIJT 3, llaiitiScird, ICy. OK TUB CON'OITION -- OK TIM: did line of Toys for the children and a complete stock of useful presents for the older folks. Only we xwant to announce our Opening for DEPOSIT BANK N"o20 Voorlin,?n of M'HENRY t'ie Wfjr'd will hold b'lilr jvjrulfl." meeting ,t 1'iyxtcrnfty Hall tomorrow imUjht. pallia ImViK'm at th ,town of Jlu- Ili'nry, County f Ohio, rttato qf tlleotlon )f (officers and "utrliqr Jmixairtant matt, i. a to tiiiUMCt. All in 'nb,.r) at itlyj CV of Jln'X-fTi- PW. ad,V. "Cojiip A Gift for ICsiV-Uck- ti Wlvcn ai'.VmJ. UmUiess on 26th day of .Nov. Iul2. SATURDAY, 14 th. Come and bring the children. See- you iitakc y.our Jlt of ClirUt-ma- s prmscnts It ould lo mice to your frlenda wllth fi y,eara to a good maipizlne. Vfur jurln-- s of any periodical publLslut-- Ball J. Ney " Tosttir Magazine Awmicy. If .Mr. Illllle VJIIiuiit, wlio liw on an i!cnled visit vjt,'i celatlvw anl trlondi 4n aul around JMi;tford, U.t Wcilm,iiVy for KiiuaV.ty, 111., uiiarc sl--i will v,'lt Iv.r sain. Dr. J. 11. WllUim )ftf rctturnln .v liwr jliome at mutt, Okliii'ionu. lt"V K. M". O.lliboiis, fllil apenit of ItUSOCtlOKS. aiyl OvifFrtiatts, soured awl imse- - Every Member of the Family. TRUNKS. GLOVES. Ioaai I)l,ia-nin,t- tSi.Wlij 551 l;ii cuiol Stq-jkn- r lionIn an J oilvcr SrcwJ- - tlei Due. .from Uanks Cash on hand 2 O w&X 4,37l.2r lif 13 6'v A1 ing th? splendid line will give you an idea of our extensive stock. - Do this and remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT aited at illuiplv'invlllc, Ky 6 In Hertford lo,kln,!? altT Vi tnttnBtii of i'nt !n,ltullan. U Is alio olllUn!; effer-liiS'- 9 f'ir ,tlv bonie aivl !vii ut:t uitli mikiKibl succf.sM. Miw. T'ruillc .Muj:ie IpJ puinif'iMil Mr. It. It. lt!leys n3aiVl?iKi2 aiXlai!iiln the lVVhyi!Ui ciurfii on Union ti'.ir,t. and WillJ move in u fjw ilci. Cslfkra- tjjn 11.170. Mr. Illley ,w.UI miive 'Info ireild,5Jips now ax',urri,(l ly .Dr. IJ. Itlloy, but ntil fy: iYJJtEd In te'v i Xxi:i. ti'i Vt JvcnAuuky Onfuins JIomm-- , and nilvor cd,sh .Item's., Ilinklrv; Hoos?, Furnltuie awl FLvtures (VJicir Itol Kstate .. OWieir ..'S",ts not liiHnt'd .unjls aJiy of tUve .lioaJs Cliccks tis.tj 5,331.11 ' PURSES. BAU PINS. 7 N- I ' '- 7 "' " -- r ' -- J-t ' TflfaJ $.17,111.11 - LIAiDU.lTIKS. Capital Stock palj In, In caaV $15,000.01 SunpJus Fund 2,000r) U.ndlvld,?d J'loflLs, less exivyvw 207 S) and taxea pcild Deposits .8u,bjrBt ,V 1U.M.C6 HAT PINS. " , "' J .v.T;.Es. -- Tif: SAVES YOU MONEY. clvoek A. DeniAn,d iQsr.tlflcatyw U MUFFLERS. PENNANTS. qf (0 6,871.33 00 31.30 iCo,m- f p1-- " ' " D(i04lt Time Depps Us Mrs. J. T. Valliiw, of near ,H,art,to''3. who has lie; a d,3JiBt rouly 111 at the hqm3 of Ji,er iViubUUt, Mm. G. Dp.vl3 Itoyal, of Korjsvllle, for .sexiei'al weem. Ls to UioiWM be Improving. Her huVaiifl r".Sturn?tl lionvs Momlvy fto.'i PirdsvllV, but will return In a Cw Qsitltkd Cluecks Caaiikr's .Checks .... out- - . BELT PINS. 1S.05.31 sVindlng Due Qank.i md T.rut IVUiIca - I NOVELTIES. ( Notes Uin,pnld and Bills Itedlsriauned.. Divld,n4s 1,500.)) scarf pins, W 7Tr' ' : " -- "! r , v Hartford Republican. HI, Air. JCHio Ktn?, who In nuiuh U"IU.r. Jus txsn quite i , KlllDAV, DBCBJIDBIl ll' M. H. UUN, i No. No. No. No. . . X e ihan a fluo J. C Uor, live lino of Hotly lk Paipvpa fctr Mifi flol- Uys. Al Uue card efectire Monday Mr, O. T. O'llunnon. cross lle b.uvr Aug. 21st 'tlils 'T.'k . m. of W a L & N. irAlVnail, 112 North Bound due 7:19 with Jils f.u'nlly Jipre. daily except Sunday. Savj nuney on jour inuKashia orders 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. , dally except Sunday. by ordering from J. Ney Faster Mag.t t US South Bound due 8:45 m. m. zlne Agency, Hartford, Ky. t dally except Sunday. Dr. A. 11. Illley w III ion nvv Into iar-k113 Soutfc Bound due 1:46 p m. Id's lautlful liunvvii'ow, wliili Is co:irpWj.n on K.redi pica, sti'ept. dally exoept Sunday. f-- nt vt k E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. Mr. I2rift ll.cuvnu w.18 ,i plnwa'it oalWr aX this offkr ymtanlay. Kor Uie Xinn.it and nA-jW- t rnUonn In fcnportnl Chliirt (ju to J. iC; llfirp. , lt?sorvp far Uvnps Mr. Frank U. Jnrenian swtt pianday Bills Payable In ilaaj'-for- J with Jils pi)rftnit, Mr. oii'l Othr IlajbullUe ndt imcluid- .Mrs. U. V. For sjvienal vuL'is ad unjl,ej- - any of pbqve hoaJs. Mr. ,ViTi:iuin ian leji eira(H in U.o v;livrc' otfi'vc cf Uie I,. & N. at. it. ..37.141.11 Total Co., at llarls, Ky., hut .w.v State of JCeatwky. , . jxnnvotton, nd rtv 111 County af Qhbo Set. itlven a rwrv lia, his office In NaaVWtf- We. Dr. J. S. SnUth And lA. M Snlt'.i, pip'ratwd JiKO'Jng, IwWch lwi-- President and Caflhtcir pf ,tle pbavo Th been In iroiHre& ut tjip Uinv'.tt CJiuroIi najiveid ta.nk, do flolwnmly 8W)efir tint true to the In Fs'dvll'B for a;veiij jdJJW (unid,:tr the Vb abpive statemvent la dlrtlaa o,t jl,ho piMtoc, Uoi'. Lr1".vW. boat of ou,r kno.wleds) and billtlf." J. S. SMITH. Pmrtdejut. asslnVd by Rv. WihltitlnigililU, clo.ei A. M. MITH. CashVir. Smidjiy nlKjht. TJijSTio w ir.j nwuiy compr- stons and voral Additions to t,lm cliuroh S.ubfctriJEd and sworn ito before lie niVetlng v.va inalilsd jvry pue- - ttvls Hlh diy of ;Dwem,bAr, 1M2. and i 1 i(-- dlJ. WAIST PINS. .CUFF LINKS. UMBRELLAS. SUSPENDERS.., TOILET SETS. SOFA PILLOWS. SILK HOSIERY. LACE COLLARS. FANCV COLLARS. HANDKERCHIEFS, i ','. ', ..,.?;", .,.l;i.r. ' : r ' ' -- f .'.," " i c,giful. My CVnuu,lsalon e.xpkres ,Jttn,Uiary :w, .',; il , . " i . H. E. MISCHKE Agt, J hr 1916. OoiTd CivinLxUor U. C. Ca,rter. of JESSE THOHPE. I (iiund KcpKir of CoviiiRton, ,Ky Notary P,ufbilc, 1. W. CVwilpr, pt llen"ds amd &o Ky nald a vls.lt to tyip la?al Estrayed. lodee f KjilgljU pf Pyihlas .Tuepdiay ateir, depp rfd,,moirkjd night. Tine aUivlaiijoe wan Ihiiro and Vie One imdierbit In mseUng of more .Uran usuq.1 IntfireSt. awolVw fork In left NtliTL-u- i Trci snixlleitlona Xor knlsit!lOQfl iwe'o right. Liberal reward for inXotrmaiUon rr,tuni?d 4o her Sirs. or wtunn. W. F. ,WAJELAND, )nni' ivt lt.)ln. after a vln.lt ,vlli'i r.:coUerJ. 21tl Adv. pd. Beavor Dam, It. 2. JfiV.'t-folULiiKlUer, lloo,.Kf. 3lij). llob.rlt The Bwd uf Uiiiallv:d.liii nt ail .' ' '. . , COMBINATION SETS. LEATHER COLTiAR BAGS. SALT AND PEPPER SET- SCROCHET SUPPER e- w, v , - nl re GUNS! GUNS! Jlr. and I ? ' I HAVE JUST RECEIVED LARGE LINE OF -- A ,Z " . ) oiiui uuiidi Cknl n.inn Diflnn iiiiiDo, Torfrnl Ciino iqiroiuuiio, Ammunition, A Shells, Etc. - 1 mmiocl vnn , to call and see the largest ana best Hne of Shot Guns, Arfi-w- n nA IUUM1L1UIJ, BYBI Ma..r..lK UlUUgil tO"Hartford. v Goods the best and prices the lowest. U. S. CARSON Groceryman HARTFORD. U. 8. Cftrsioji pavi faali for fum. Mrs. Albert llkil. sick, In bqttir. KY. "S AH? nuMe wp Ut lfti. . . A fin Hue of Cut uia,ss to swvi vw A'li at J. C. ilea's. for p. Her, .the fiiyKM-yniaCall J. In tle Gruca.-onyitlUng pu may ncf-y d V' 'Phoaw 10. Uiw. Hoaiw 'IVione M, CanbqH-i.-'- i wiy t'wlr iranartv I.at MonJay anpswtd to 4 a djy GENUINE LEATHER HAND BAGS. iias.'ssiid hlwlifir. . The of flies In Hartfpnd for there iWflre jthroe lor Uaj fiedhiM and lcut C.uvIIch V. 11. In'qwji. The first woa an alarm that wu.s cAinptserl of Met-- . tho juuKot ko to J. C. Ilor'j. lias. C(i.!y UAird resldejico W.s Qtme flra-i- i of Mi your BiiiiiiCH, eJial.nian: C. M. Ormv,?. anl fpiin r.o j. JiMt ''Ue tftloj; tor r UMtliaJns, with It. T. Cojllns lit. ,T. doll Ins, on tjw i',ve?' lwik und 'Alv. clrl. whloli Is oeuplcfl by a .tqnarrt. S'jnt a.4 dark. I Any ono dcslrlni; to take up tho In t've ,flive (.uuftcd the alarm, (inxl thi Mrs. !. K. Patytwoi! ivitumtd "to hur fLre study of short luind and tMiewrltlng of had (been put out bfone li,omo hore Monday, afitcjr nnJltiB should rail or write Mrs. A. ICurl people neiaid!id Uvs neBldeiii'.-e- . w.'ne li lial a Tha ocoad was wlwi fire as Uurtford, for terms land In wirotyi In cjiara'.lon p'M'oinned on d?JI()it lur Adv. formation. In Vie iniax f tiyj Jlonitfaid e)e.s, vna o)iawon of removing i.ie Music Co., l)r. ajid Jlr, II. 1". ZhiiiiirYin ftor? on tfO first t)ppr and UUnJ- OTtarruit, iwWeh liJd cusrd iVtal In Uw wpll an.1 celUng. Tfito lipUnJ Master Uourte, ii.tunivd Hi .Uhoir nrqd iher sigh.t was like a had tf! at tml, hut tone ex. Moiulay , aftnr a ik8h, i home at l.cuilslllu S!-was afvontp.anlud by (isllent 6lr vpluiitara .worlurf Jiaixl fo' vUlt with Mm. KhunvsTinan's mother. granij-soj- i, Mr. CIatHo King. a fqw JivlnuteH to extinguish If'P Wail.'. Mri1. Taylor. itlip ill re could jliavo A" iwetliiff of Ifio iBo.rd of Di'.r(tVf It Is a nii'sittry ' n.uu9 r. II. 8. wlm Jww orUtJrJutod, but It 1 thqught thia,t Hfnw- ulong of Hie Hartford Uiujich of tlw )l'k for several dayi, w,ts t)i one In Vv hulW lud Vcowiu a middle of this' Mutual 7Vlephonie Co., ,waa Jield at uiMiy un.tu ,tii nv'-Wi-, Jnqno Wdiiesday aftorr.Cyn, aftt llshU-csu.r cp plgixiriWe onto wi iw Mi:.rcu wianse; m i exolkoA?) plans .wi?ne peirfected to Jbeglu a'. Anca a ca,Ypo cun'aln In tha Tfpr of the bulldilng and Vuls proibaply co,U8fit ft la.-- t eneoOtig Unps that 'will conjKpt 1 i''cig litis lf,'fl the Always a Jew,li-ford pftocile with Ica,X)r Darn, Center-tow- n piano box uepirby, (,!( ,V. W. W. gift of love.. We ha Tlip third fliM was In Una salience und olhor ivolutn. With this fuVno 'wjilrli an? Biuivintfl iiRai;ist the tility .tli,o list of sulnsoilbcrs here will of Mr. It. P. Taylor, but no alan-- wan In and h"i (t,!.e:ii. V)' o.f fl ?tf-given. Miss Mary .Tayilar, wli(o ikh1J.i1 Increase rapidly. J. U. TAP.PAN. wlt.!i Jicr iiiiotlHir, Ji ail goae dqw;n stairs Supt. o,f P.ubllu Ins'.ruqtkvi llunl;tt, Do your rhio,?PVig fairly piivl nitnonUo aftr irujttljig vo.il In a arato up Btialrs Ous of Frankfort, niTunttn'Ji , t'lnt") who udV'ta-tUetor thy K'wvv lih.t Wihea sjve aftmacd ithe fire li(ad Wln aivamvUng to 1.0U3,3S3.7S on tho Huito Vicy upiJiirmlaite your Xrado ajvl wiunt down, huniod through a rug and iwjs for ithfl.ipajinieiit of Vie ulty burning It far i.ry ask for your patirtivvas or Into .Use .flour. A Ut,tJf ito' and rumil .teariie.i's'. 'W'p jnomry will h a slun-j- of It. at ' wi'jui put Vie XIiw out. due tho iteaehiii Saturday. Tihare MftyxVuiKH C. ii. J. Jo'umoii, nnv oiny I101JA) In the sci'iool fund, but Notice. 1). K. WJon av ills lvoulu Uswl Treajiuiir iltlva uaVd. hi would l'i All Pieons having claims agaliut tha Qf Fonlv HV?, rfttniuud lonio Situnliv pay Vue .t?ath,;rs half tle mnvqunt d'li estate of W. U. Tlnnley, dweaited, are aftsiijai af.tni' peallng a s'lojt itlnn at ojuy rate, an he uinil . tlip name aiyiowi;Mto.0 liqtfh. (In Connection' with S. Itoscnblatt Howcaville, Kj. ) avo hereby notified to pivKent IlimVitt aif (inxloui tCiat Vwy properly piiven to the law if Inn of From th.e U:c'.unliig 'mi lr ti tha maiuy for Cli.rUtinn. Darnes & Smith, at their afflqes, In U)(J mot, .lwwU(4jj .UM, valll.u q , ,rt:. The annual Md 'by thw Vidkvs the city at lluntfoid, Kentucky, an or ho 0( uw M.nhodls.1 Q!lUli!i, Wi'llqll HUH pie?,!!), Wi-- J poll wl!l beXaro Deuenbcr II, 1912, pr tlicy will mrry aU your life If mu buy this yw im Tliuipday was u nwoiii frpjiu be forever barred. hs.Jiw 'IVuTIWi'ji wonltful d!- - Lvcry staivlpo'nt, and tl of Witness my hand, UiJs November 12, wf-tPiay. aiu a;e w. ".w'j"WW tho Unrpa daj3 QKLESTINE TiNSLEV. ic tuUy wJth tiw 112. doing It." OCOOO0OqO0OO9O00O00O0OO0CO0O0OO0OOC0O00OO00O0O0M Executrix. most sanifulivi vHiimtutloji of ,thoe In' Adv. CV). .Miw. I.ra L). llevim U-fiywu u lu1n?( In ,Wio lnUirvht ofQ-irnx- liuvo o Ij'U-livll- l'. vi In sefc-ilo- Tttaslay ail W!-niJra.- y to haur coinnViini from t!vj Three Fires in One Day. sets:. tnxpairr, as ti s'iouM o'i iV. Ii? it,- t ir Ho-K- n, fi These Gifts are Some ,- - , i )' of the Many that Will Please HER Han-l'ir- . gfiig lei or HIM. Uo-11- & di-a- 4. lWe.', ty Rosenblatt's HARTFORD, - I J:lry bar flol KENTUCKY:. I ' ivii I '... i "- - ,!, , MMpJBDCftWfe?N itf jywwcyf iHftegfarCHWrtWim WM M j; -i ifnp. ANSWERING ' HES CHRISTMAS ---- "-" MAIL Effifjafr- " " ' T"" - - nr jtr-- te- s .iB&lai.''rSKifii ( KSO J!.iJIIIM Ma. . "' iara rk t .AV 1DU. MJPi g i rwcrpIiiR over him. It was only llttb vpialnt Christmas carol that Fay had nhvnys loved. Yenra ngo, when the had first cqmc to live with them, a llttlo forlorn klddlo, orphaned and with no one but his father to act as nunrdlnn, she hud loved that carol, mul ahvnyfl panj; It at holly time. Ho heard her volco now and gripped hla hands as he listened. Ifnrk, tlio licrnld nnKoN glnff, II m Christmas JV I m VA frightened cry. "Don't, dear," ho llllrrvlnir in mnnt Tint. ilUW Olory In tlir newborn KlnR, 1'crtec on earth and mercy mild" Slio saw his liguro reflected in tho tall mirror nml roso with a lnlf- - paid, lm- - , y-- ...! Mllll 11' "jf9$t,.mmi KTEH.' 5TXf l ji..:n Ui&ii ! As.t - i' '1ir??-Ssa,JW .y v"t ts ..". k v: - wi'iSt-s.s - 'i.vKifr-- - ,ui . "- VjW'atJ v (Copyright, I hv Arsjclateil Press.) I.l'crary ' v? nzi'tf&swatsKi nUST in tlmo for tho w o d d i n g, Cllvo. ou merry Wish Gee, Christmas! 1 tr but it's bully to see you home ai,aln. Three years since j you walked on this old platform, wait ing for tho down How have train. they treated you down east?" "Fine, thanks, Mr. Dunkley," Cllvo answered heartily. wedding "Whoso j am I In time for? I want to load up with gifts." "Guess you'll have to. It's In your own family. Dob finally got her." Clive turned quickly as tho old sta tion agent went chuckling toward thot express office trundling a true1: of baggage. Ha followed him, his dark i i' Keen uiiu irouuieu. Santa Claus' correspondents Hvo In practically all tho countries of "Got whom, air. Dunkley? I haven't the world. Tho letters he receives hundreds of thousands of them aro heard any news from homo for weeks ' written In all languages. Hut Santa Claus Is an International character, and whether the children who write to him express their wishes In Eng- - I'vo been abroad since June, mid just lish, In German, In French, in Scandinavian, or oven in Chineso or any got back in time to catch tho express of tho other languages of tho world, he can read and understand each west for Christmas. So you see it's t letter. Tho photographer has caught him on a busy morning just beforo all a surprise to me." Surprise to ail the town. Never Christmas, and in the corner of his workship ho uses for an oiiico. thought Hob had the nerve to ask a girl to marry him, let alono that had to take ny out, so I spunky little Lawrence one." am sure my hair will not curl at all." Tho name struck Cllve like a whlp- Tho gay young people gathered in lash. He called good-nigand hur the immense kitchen after breakfast rled over to whero tho old station was sened, to examine the stocklncs hack waited. vacation that Santa Claus was expected to The driver called a cheery Christ-- ' with me, and Hob LONUL DSYS have left in prosperous condition. Of mas greeting to lilm, and he an- - fell In lovo with her gifts the diarist remarks: Such swered It, but as they swung up tho her. That's all, beautiful gifts I have never received long rock hill toward the town, ha Cllve." away from my home. Some beautiful leaned back and shut his eyes and "Ah?" Cllvo (Interesting Account of an mink skins, sufficient to make my win- wished he had never come back. sighed and drew ter fur and muff, from dear General Celebration. Not that he had any hold on her. her into his arms Floyd, taken from nnimals caught in There had never been a formal en-- ! again. They a trap near the milk house. Baxter's ' gagement. II o would make it a 'Men Wore Their Hair In Curls and Saints' Rest,' and a nice volume of had no right to wedding double Watts' hymns from Mrs. Floyd, a ask a girl to marSuch Games as "Gresn Grow the just to pay him XJJ-!-- I white velvet pincushion, painted with ry him when he back for tho misRushes, O," Furnished roses and leaves, from Catherine, and was only a young ery of tho last Amusement. S a pretty collar of lace footing from cub just out of half hour. Yes. Mary. My dearly beloved gave me a college with his they would. And GLIMPSE of an ruby ring, the emblem of eternal fidel- standing to win he'd go back and celpunch that old ' ebration of tho ity and love." The "dearly beloved" ilrst. But sho had fellow's head Christmas season became her husband a few months known, ah, but -- 1 she had known down at the stais preserved in a later. "Christmas Day was indeed a Joyful well whero ho tion for not telling him it was diary of a guest Gretchen Lawrence instead of Fay of MaJ. Gen. Wil- one; after we had seen all our gifts, stood, and how "Oh. Clive, let me go," sho whisliam Lloyd, one of all the young people went to the hill he loved her. Ho pered. "They're all at dinner, ana the signers of the back of the house and coasted for tvo could see her on the hard crust of ice and now, small and you know your mother " Declaration of In- .hours "I know all about it," said Cllvo, dependence, who snow; Ihe distance from the top of the slender at s i In comrortably. He recounts tho good hill to the gulf ravlno was nearly a raised her chin short skirts, her gently and looked fnto tho dear, truo cheer of bis house- mile." dark curls flying eyes he hid trusted. Fay did not hold in tho old WHEN THE YULE LOG BURNED in the wind, deep dimples at tho cor- know all that lay behind that look, ners of her mouth, and tho swift how, mentally, he knelt In all humll-itat Westernville, N. Y. The house Pretty Customs of Former Times flashing smile that eyes and mouth and asked for forgiveness. Yet and dimples joined In. Yet It had all he said was: is standing, and is That Surrounded That Necessary been more than beauty that had held "I forgot to wish you Merry Christ Feature of Christmas. still occupied durhim true through the years. There mas, dear!" ing a part of the summer by soma Tho Yule log on tho fireplace roared, had been a look in her eyes, a look & -of abiding faith and clean, straight of hl3 descendTho whole hall was aglow, Stt&SaJSIs ants. In thoso The great hounds lay before the blaze, honor, that be had loved and trusted. w.-.The memory of that look had brought early days of the Dreaming of stag and boar. republic tho journey from New York One of the prettiest sights of the him back over the sea, to find her ALL ABOUT THE MISTLETOE sleigh took ten days. Christmas must have been this Christmas and tell her that now In preparation for the coming fes- that of the Yule log being drawn he could claim her. Bob! Stolid, good old Bob. While Popular Christmas Plant It a Parasite tivities, the diurist note3 that ths homeward, surrounded with joyous "keeping room (as the main room waa laughing children, shouting merry he had been playing globe trotter, and in Olden Timet Wat Con- then called), which today would be greeting to each wayfarer as he trying to catch the flying heels ot a tldered Sacred. ksilled the parlor, or drawing room, doffed his hat in reverence to tho log madcap, wayward fortune, Bob bad was trimmed elaborately with spruce so full of good promises whoso flames stayed quietly at home and won tho Although la the majority of American and English homes mistletoe is and cedar branches, there being no had the power to burn out old wrongs girl he loved. holly growing in that region, noses and heartburnings. Thero in the dingy, chilly interior displayed nt Christmas time, it Is On the arrival of made of tissuo paper, in red, pink and the log at tho "baronial hall" it was ot the old hack Clive fought out his how llttlo Is known of this white, wero plentifully distributed customary for each member of tho battle with himself. He would bo curious plant. Mistletoo is a parathrough the evergreen decorations. he would not mar sitic growth, appearing most frequent-l- y family to greet it In fitting manner game, he said; on apple trees, although It is also Tho roses wero made by two young either in verso or song. their happiness with ono word or women guestfi, Miss Catherine Floyd In some parts of Franco there was look. He could not go back. Thero found on evergreens and on poplar, and Miss Mary Floyd, who wero en- also tho custom of tho Christmas log, was his mother. He could not glvo hawthorn, pear and oak trees, but the last named. It is gaged to be married to James Mndlson although tliero has been a different up seeing her merely because Fate very rarely-onnd Thomas Jefferson, afterwards slgnlflcanco. Thero tho log had sus- had given him a knockout blow, not an ovcrgrecn bush, about four feet presidents of tho United States. They pended from each ond tho toys, calces oxactly in the solar plexus, but a In length, thickly crowded with branches and leaves. Unlike all othwere asfcisted In entertaining guests and fruits for tho children of tho trlflo to tho left. during tho day by the Misses Wiggins, houso. These were tho gifts Petit "All out,',' shouted tho driver jovial- er plants, its loaves extend down no neighbors of tho gentr..!. Among Maulct or Christmas child was said ly, pulling up short beforo thu great well as up. Tho plant flowers evory other guesta, Hlshop Whipple and a to havo brought. old mansion on the hill, with its bar- - year, but does not bear tho llttlo whitfellow clergyman were present, as rlcado of tall pines, ish berries until it is four years old. In tho mountain districts of Gerwell as tho iianco of the d'arlst. heavy now with Tho mistlotoe proper Is a native of many tho Christmas log was supposed The festivities began Christmas Eve, to havo tho power of warding off danenow. "Wish I was fcuropo, especially of England and In Bob Patterson's, Normandy. In olden times it was conand all the family hung up their stock- gers from lightning and was kopt bea sacred plant, ings In front of the hugo kitchen fire- neath tho bed of tho master of tho boots tonight sidered grow In clusters because Its of three place. Tho illumination was that of houso from ono Christmas till tho Turned on sonio berries tallow candliH In silver and bras3 can- next, whon It was used to light tho Illumination didn't emblematic of tho Trinity. The Celts used to hang sprigs of they? dlesticks. Miss Catherlno Floyd had now log. On Christmas eve all lights And, oh. expected her fiance, James Madison and lires wero extinguished In tho listen to the band. mistletoe nround their necks as a (as was Jotted down In tho diary), houso and a plcco of tho last year's Thank you, sir. sareguard from witches. Tho maid "nd was greatly disappointed at his wood was taken to tho neighboring That gives tho nils-su- a that was not caught and kissed under not coming. Ho sent, by way of a church, whore it was lighted at the and kids at tho mistletoo nt Christmas would not homo a little ex- bo married within the year, so tho Christmas gift, a likeness flames of tho sanctuary light, signifytradition goes. According to tho old tra celebration." of Gen. Georgo Washington, framed, ing tho new light that had como Into Cllvo picked un rules tho coremony was not properly which was brought by a neighbor re- tho world on this night. performed unless a berry was nulled turning homo from Nw York. i ills two Biilt cases Tho merrymaking was at Its height v and swung up tho off uftor each klsB nnd presented to Bcsulleu on National Debts. X gravel path, hesi- tho maiden. When all tho borrlea Christmas Evo, all eorts of then M declares that it tated nt sight of were gono tho privilege ceased. nnd popular games, such as nt thoHeaulleu time Is badly tho world present governed; "Hunt tho Slipper." "HIInd Man's the brilliantly light U In tho hands of incurable ed Chrlstmao Presents. looms, arid turned quietly around Ilulf," and "fircon Grow tho Hushes, that It prodigals and improvident experi- to tho sido door" "I thought It better to get you some-thin- g O," holng Indulged in by tho young that ho had had ocmenters. As proof useful," said Mr. Dobb to hln peoplo until 10 o'clock, at which hour points to tho public of this position ho casion to ueo many a tlmo beforo debts of nil conn-tile- whon ho had been out lato larking. wife, "so I havo bought you a couple hharply General Floyd closed tho which nhow a decided toudency It was unlocked, nnd thero was no of good brooms for your Christinas house. mulMply. not by reason of ttross ana In night. It was atlU onrly, about present." m keeping early hours he wan n extraordinary That clreuniHtaiices, such 3:30. Probably the family was at "That was vory thoughtful of ou. r nt altogether arbitrary nppears wheo .f p learn that tho breakfast Christmas hl war or national disaster, but Ilnnor. Yet somo one was playing my dear," replied Mrs. Dobb. "I share tho crodit STura)ng was at early candlo light. Tho ed to enterprises of nations is extend- tottly In the long muslo room south ot jour Ideas, nnd havo bought a good, for you to carry up hary ijyu; "It was so early, and I within tho field ofwhich should remain the library. Ho stood In the dimly strong prnato endeavor. ighted hall Hntenlnjr, old memories coals from tho cellar !a." R5iBi5lfc':3ilBrK curl-paper- s ' only her. "I Just got in nobody knows I am hero yet why, dear dear " She was sobbing on his bhouhler, her hands, wrenched from hl3 grasp, held Ills head against her cheek., Cllvo saw sho was dressed in whltu ( soft satin that crushed under his i clasp like bruised flowers; hd felt I ho was robbing Hob, and yet tliero In j tho dear old room they both knew fo well, In tho lender winter gloom, ho held her close, and kissed her lips, hair, wet eyelids and forsot all cx ccpt tho splendor of tho might have been. "They won't mlsa you," sho managed to say finally, pushing back hid faco and holding it in her hands at a safe distance. "I'm so sorry but you sec I was thinking ot jou, and and wanting to see you so, and then suddenly I looked, nnd you were hero, right here, with me." "And too latu," he added bitterly. "Oh, no, you're Jiot, Cllvo," she flashed back earnestly. "They haven't been married yet." "They? Who?" "Bob and GTctchcn." Who tho devil la "Gretchenl Grctchcn? I beg your pardon. Fay you don't know what I'o suffered Isn't Hob going to marry you?" Sho looked nt lilm for a moment in utter shocked silenco, then laugh- ed her old ringing, gay laugh that ho loved. "I marry Hob Bob? You silly, " silly "Go ahead. Cnll mo what you like. Who's this person Gretchen, anyway; "Slio's my cousin, Gretchen Lawrence. Sho came to spend her gum-me- r lt Illl 1. IIU I.-- -1 IlilU t.....l ill'iUU, brokenly, llrt fnrrrni illlll 1 H ipl iTTv ( te . HilW I J.& , This year when you begin Christmas prosonl, come to my store and inspect my special looking; for a , . line of Holiday Goods 1 sell everything usually carried in a first class jewelry store. 1 have many suitable presents,including Forks, Spoons, Toilet Sets, Double Feed Fountain Watches, Clocks, Knives, Pens, all kinds of Rings and guarantee to replace any stone that may lose out oT ring; Bracelets, Etc. Best quality for the lowest price. Always see me before buying. , j i Old-Tim- I KING R W. Optician Jeweler . Hartford, " - tuieli u aw J.U-And w.x Kentucky . M jvfr w ... Why Nearly Everyone Dreams of Falling. Se i ly w "w Jit tl- - Wfl of Inl' (i to;i or o'Ji' r ine riiin ti I'll ,iK, jJvuos, lint utlitr t'j.m ixiUIiik !t l a "x'Klittiiu" lift ir?uvm Ii.m ilif.uim until utinrv'uI l" 'i iwplnln II pit It wlv'ii Is i uiILo tmtuml drcaJii, rvmillL-ii- ; ru'ii f t(V Imi'iU imn if p!ojlns sjiei-!.alx-- pr.iM.i.-,.1 ? 111.111 still homestead y Ljf . ;v ly old-tim- e iUln-itlvs wiv VultKirj- - nn,l uroii! plvvis llko on t'r.it, nnvl hefw Vy dowji fn nUru li" It .T.s ntyt3iy fnr tUv w.tlk Uyk to t,H tiw (tps. iuuikl l until Uny fcii-At Vic? hiiiv tlmo Jie took Brunt tvre In ilio trnuiuVa Adwii r tnll ixij n t to till, for It wj un loubtmlly Iius!k r fimi n rno,-iitl- i iluitvl tiluit lUulnt; 1iU l?ep he mlir'it thy itnilil llo In vni,rnt. V.lp fifjin h.1 porch .uid fail, It U lvll by MdenUiiti tint ,lv w.n'10 u of ooJIly Injury .n-Old tlW Of JvMV.Uty t,i, Uj:U also of fiillliu,-- jicar ivnue liciist lluit UK iL 1U1W today al nvikw luuiklf.d would prwupty kill Mm, Natural)- (Wilien itr,rmn n,t .tlnies of tailing from 11 jrrC'At' llKht. TIitmih In alwtiys t'nv- - in auv'li a dnTiiu, but ono jiecuVarltty (t tho lirvin' on niR or a Jrirvluuil fVor. ", n'vui In wvis n..i Tlil U a j'rCiilly nuiivJ trnt in h(s cavo ar cliff or Uke i.r,1lltu; Vys eV'tf. .Vwuy hiuk when dojrs ,wnre till Wli'ncwtfr 4il?lrt owntcnlt pwliMio.-!- ' wild anlunlH, llk Uw wolwis, for-tlnpi'sH U ttiey Ji:vl mill ilie (lire lint Iwn IfimenUn.ttal b iimui, llrsln furcHts nnd Junirt a In Uy Vir';, tSioy lined to k'.zp on , In tixn; t.T?s o fi .h Umii Itwlo iiiur tian a wild .mlnnl of t,'ic tlven iimv world J'.s ! n urvt-.- l iWwn thru .ill ,0ie omMiUorw. It U well known t;iat ilo tlrii itiy 11 d'i will ttiilW ml oiui ji a. Klwlo l'i-f- o.-v I, j U .to Mei;, Im'jm.W 'it Vw b In ,!il kowti'.. In tiio uil o- - In Uu in terror w!i,; t,ni!t of Uie ill) dM ,til, f.iUinir. la j ttv !t mo prow line Cuw wvniM KU1 Mm. I In dire it sleep tv Kit'iwiil for tlie KUIUU freficnui, iu tn ,th tlv F 111 Uuttvbt-Kitnillii- l fUl, - Constipation, if Neglected, Causes Serious Illness to almost In (.Vil 1,'w Cnmtip.itinn, if neglected, leads innumerable complications affecting the general health. Many cases ot typhoid fever, appendicitis a i) l otiier severe dis-csare traceable to prolonged clogging of the bowels. Regard- t ll e ClTfCtb of coiibtipatiou, C. F. Ayeiv, 6 Sabin St., Montpelicr, Vt.. says: J4 c- II PC drean.fi oif fitrjMiw, fir, If l il, ., Cw fall In luiokftin, no itlmt It d yr Injure him. Utl belli-?- d , Uiu r.oik o: of gtrlkltiK OiUd nroT' " p.ut tiVJuv to MiD'Hltrtaus nynvVi, Hid Vwiit iiiiii'ire, .In ilyr oiyn (lecuHu-wy- , rfmJi .1 nvwl;, ioIil,sn tt a in 10 u- d,8Suni. , U Jirus iaIio bftm oVtVuil .tiat nifjii-Wto t'fyt fittatv txr'10 tfkit fruun lutbH and orii-U-ivof of piMlilHtU!o nif,ii, i ainibinir ueli KTtxU rrlKlitn nd Tiyi'o'itll of lnu iriJHir tfjldyii 1: dri-un- te ilt ft-- o'ixd'1iy faio.-lnu- finlmuUi. Woinem 113 an-de- nt full-lengt- h mt k In with conitlpitloii nml lilllouKiii'Mt for yen is, nnd at tlmrs bcc.iino k b.iJ X would lpcomo unconscious. I hivo been found In that condition many times. I'liyslcJunu did not ecm to bo ulilo to do mo nny i;ood. I would become weak nnd for Uujs nt a tlmo could do no work. Not lonff ngo I Rot n box of Dr. Miles' iJimtlvo Tablets, nnd nfter uWnix tliom found I bad never tiled nnyibliu; Ui.'it uctcd In nutli a mild mid effcethu m inner. I bellcvo I hnvo nt last found tho remedy that nulls my vase." "l uu.i ndllcUtl minr r'Pt ,V ilii'iifii of 'I;Iiik tf'wf.ullor liHu'lcd by KliUoua jan'iiiuit .tlvtn mm. SoIeutlsW iliilii V.iU by Iclxrlni; tJi.it rri'ib,tar!,e .w.o.ivn l.m n't tui flavi1.Vrt tUe,n, Any mure ''fttfwi 'toJxy, 40 I ivifftr-all- y foiri'il dj,ivntir iimn lf'wi tike iivii.- - Man Coughs and Broaka Rib. AlUp- u fash-lnnabl- o s, o Thousands of people arc sufferers habitual constipation ami while possibly realizing something of the danger of this condition, yet neglect too long to employ proper curative measures until serious illness often results. The advice of all physicians is, "keep jour bowels clean, and it's advice. Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets arc sold by all ririujRiati, at 25 cents a box containing J5 ,lo.scs. If not fpund satisfactory, jour money is returned. from- gi-i-- J In S(iU3it, In UU ld.- njid rPw lifid liia.n linn nviujUni; tV(Al, 11 .fijt tarnlbi juilaa lib lifVr fi)u,nd two biolci. vA"i,Lt tmx.iv VU coal-scuttl- e MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Or. Ivi'iikVj OUiyivnry iqju,lil Ju;n Hived lilm. A fow tymtiMmftrul Kto .oi;fiii, wlillo i(!rsiltint u. iiyilus obvtliuito Kvtuvhy, ik1s .tt,btini roIJh. or IwaU v lit, aio lunRH. "f b,ii0 1U a fWUoiul .to' iiitnian.lty," nl'. JIr. lirtte Slorton, Odmnlila, Mo., 'f,r 1 Iwll-i- o 1 iviuld linxo to.ituuunll'Ml tfe- duj. If l l.u.1 iwt uad tlil-- i jfjtU rem. Ita K,uvuwittttl 4o HUlHfj, Ind. , you can trut a fixwtnW btittlu or yi.' ,oeat or ftW M a,t all N-i- i fi vi" al d,rUfc-;;Jt- hTS- X- Z"m p. f..iW'm-.itJj:viw- WifillMHWIWUHiiMiilliM11" '" 4 ' V jfi sM ;T . Ti" !, '''"'W" wMflw"i.("V ' SSMi'ln. 'him my am, , 'nrH' i. ii T .v""-.?"- ' T-M- 1 ! SSLV It is not a bit Do too early to select ruvu.A.l ION CHRISTMAS ISLAND You L now your Xmas present? We are selling 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 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 enumer- Hand of Fond Memories and Home of Saint Good Will. HEN, as wo jour noyud eastward to the Land of Hearts Deslro, we camo to an Island which Is called Christinas, where all good pilgrims go ashore. But those who havo ventured far from their course, or have no liking to company with Whlch I JIT.V ' ate the many things we have, but a few of them are: The best Rings on earth, Watches, Clocks,8racelets, LockBts 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 we have the prettiest display in 40 miles square. J. 111 B. Tapparv - The Reliable Jeweler and Optician KENTUCKY. X HARTFORD, IIIESSnffllte llllll i PSS lnS$!ir ! 1 I V iilQc1-"Real Fisherman's Luck for Duke's Mixture Smokers" ffiUS IHKMr v n 01 Good toliacco nnd n pood reel ! That's surely a lucky combination for the aiifjlei and here's the way you can have thcin both. f I ; I Is a chilly , sea, or to the south, j where the blnst Is not tempered. For j Christmas Inland lies straight in tho way of the honest mariner, and the stream wnicu runs as a river tdrougn the sea hath warmth and fragrance tho shores of tho island give pleasant evidence. Now, the gales that, niuuu swuep wuniwuru jiu'li iuu approaching pilgrims, upon the and eastward upon tho departing sails, so that the stay within the gracious port is but a part of tho Joy of that sea. And as the shores came out of the horizon, a little child called, "Christmas Islet Christmas Isle!" so clear Is tho air of these parts to infant eyes. And tho older folk aboard were Joyful, too, for off the west coast of the Island, which thoso who have charted these seas call the Shore of Memory, a fragrant breeze began that mlnuto to blow; though of tbeso nnmes I cannot be sure, for tho child had a book of his own wherein this shore was named Anticipation. And now the Journey meant a few more dawns and sunsets ere a landing could bo made, but with each league onward tho mellow fragrance was more marked. So there was great dlsputo among the elder folk to say Just what made up the pleasant assault upon our senses, some Baying it was composed mostly of this, and others of that. "It is lavender," said an old lady. "Lavender and spruce and burning candles. I remember the night the new dress was taken from the chest, and we danced beneath the candles, and there was mistletoe, my dear, . . . that was how I met your grandfather. Yes, the breezo from oft the shore ot the isle Is lavender and spruce and burning candles." "Ho! to me!" cried a bluff and hearty man. "It is the good smell ot horseB on the snow, with the moon making a double team of them. And it is the good dry smell of popping corn and cooking apples. Oh, yes, and I will be saying there's the brown turkey in it, too. And the smell of a lantern in the barn when we go out to get the horses after the. dance." "Ah," said another and as I looked I saw bo was habited as a priest. "It is the incense, the Caristmas incenBe, which goes in ghostly columns to the darkened roof of the great church as the Three Wise Men go in procession up the aisle attended by acolytes and hooded nuns to do homage to' the ,Bnbe at the altar. Easter I know by 'the lilies which smother the Incense, but Christmas is Incense and music. ,It is that which makes the breeze 80 delightful to you, my good people." "No," said another, "No, no. Ah now I know what it is. It is back iln the hill kirk that we are, where keep us alive the through the Christmas, and it's the faint scorching ot honest leather and the faint singeing ot homespun that the breeze is bringing you." "It's caady! It's varnish on sleds! It's perfume on dolls! It's oranges, and evergreens, and the smell of the wood flro in the fireplace, and the smell ot the cold on mother's furs!" cried the child. And I know not to what lengths the talk might have gone, but the sailors were calling "Shore!" and there was great motion among the pilgrims. . well-warme- d LjSSSSjff: hidden worth na tlio miner linn fonnrl tho blacld'iied, blcnk and forbidding ililllRldo to bo threshold of worlds of Condensed of gleaming gold. Ho that receives this gift cornea to himself to And himself OK TIIK In a friendly world. It is a gift greatly to bo desired, as a flro In winter, a friend In mlsfortuno: and by its magic nro miracles wrought on thoBo who dwell far from tho kingdom of tho Saint Good Will. OF KY. And tho second gift Is like unto It n, mild spirit of amnesty toward nil pilgrims whoso faulty compass takes At the Close of Business June 29, 1912. them astray, and thoso who receive It are straightway Inducted Into tho Order of tho Forglvers. It strikes from tho pilgrim n3 In tho twinkling RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. of nn eye, tho cold bonds of hatred, vengeance, and all the brood of malLoans and Discounts.$197,018.3G Capital Stock $25,000.00 ice, which make their homo with a Cash in Safe !.. 11,948.43 Surplus 27,822.10 man but to destroy him. And tho third gift Is tho Just Judg.Cash in Other Banks. 52,803.02 Dividend.No. 30.... 1,250.00 ment, by which the world Is vastly Stocks nnd Bonds 17,504.00 Deposits 227,742.54 lightened by reason of tho number of being lessened. For as condemnations Overdrafts 540.33 Is the number of thoso wo condemn n Real Estate.Furniture In this world, so Is the number of arid Fixtures disappointments we carry about with 2,000.00 us, and the number of the sunny windows we have darkened for our- Total $281,814.64 Total selves. There are lights of llfo which $281,814.64 a jU8t Judgment forbears to BUsh, and he who bears this gift The Only Bank In the County on the' Honor Roll. waik8 in a mellow circle of serene Statement Condition Beaver Dam Deposit Bank BEAVER DAM, extln-where- tOloratlCG, And the fourth gift 1b that of the Cheerful Spirit,, having which one has light af eventide, yea and at midnight. For there is no darkness like unto the darkness of the spirit bereft of cheerful lamps and fires, and there is no darkness of the spirit that the St. Good Will cannot dlspol. Accounts Solicited. Correspondence Invited. Promptness and Accuracy Guaranteed. I. P. BARNARD, President. JNO. H. BARNES, Cashier. And when tho pilgrim has received finds among them another, which is the gift of Vision, whereby he sees the unseen. Indeed, all the gifts of St. Good Will pertain to sight and vision, for as the physical eye Is the chief of the body's blessings, so is the gift of vision the saver of life, which possessing, no man perishes. For as blind men walk the way and see neither rivers nor trees nor men, so he who has not received these best of gifts walks in great blindness toward a world which encompasses him with beneficence, guidance, protection and Inspiration. And when the pilgrims sailed on, lo! they were new mortals. And no matter how great tlje distance they Journeyed, the pleasant gales of Christmas isle were always in their nostrils. And they went to many lands, but wherever they set foot, or built n booth or raised a tent, the people knew they had been to the Blessed Isle. And Christmas trees sprang as seedlings from the Tree of Life, and many kindnesses to friends and the poor were borne abroad on the wings ot sweetness and light .which forever came forth from the gifts of St. Good Will, Detroit News. these gifts he siiKimnin.M.nKiuMimM Cbrisrmas Song Row H flK Cigfct an n put to tut master' now CHce tot wry Ml, H umii wx, wise. it tfte tine I ervi tm wool koHy wry m fcHTCl, ttotftog way, iio County Dr lilCORrOHATKD HAHTFOBD, .. toks flean is ifte mrm um, Jfn4 mry Ml, it sowKUiwd, tot Makes Ae master's vraise its MAMA 'TO BELL WITH ers Ufwiius? a lyn,allnB cqTiimufity and eintliTBi T'!i(3 ' ps.rnifY--s U' diy. rrqltipes Is Hsy hi te neosfey glow, Co IMIkAM Ww W tfM 4KmA W17H l wwr ImK ktf4flakA HHIIVI esto. now is Hie tine of ietfe mrft, praise dyes ljis sane JM every ten, it sowtis ioei, Detlessea day of fcrist-- rlis Wit), JIM every ten, it sounds Noel, Corigl)isvraisetr)ro8DOMttrHeartt). Clinton Scoltsrd tn Mnstcc's. NOT A DAY OF JOY FOR ALL Those Who Are Happy on Christmas Should Remember the Suffering and Distressed. a All smokers should know Duke's Mixture made by $ Myers at Durham, N. C. Pay what you will, you cannot get better granulated tobacco for 5c than the biff ounce and a half sack of Duke's Mixture. And with each of these big sacks you get a book of cigarette papers FREEr- - Uggrlt i I by saving the Coupons now packed ia IAggstt 4 llytn Duke's Mixture. Or, if you don't want a reel get any one of the hundreds of other articles. In the list you will find something for every member of the family. Pipes, cigarette cases, catcher's gloves, cameras, watcnes, toilet articles, etc. These handsome presents cost you nothing not one cent. They simply Get a Gootl Faking RmI Ft Ki KsnhsBftvrusV sLsMBk3HM';lBm swswsWrrK&JsWsts&Jsy9s uKmKfSsvmtsWzw.fZSkm express our'appreciatlon of your patronage. Remember you still (ret the same big one and a half ounce sack for 4c enough to roll many cigarettes. ''iiiiSSii As bsr A rxcfrau& i nK jwrM only, urn wiM n our nw iHuttratt catalogut or mrmnto FREE. Simply send us your name and address. Coupons from Dukt't Nixiurt ujAj Mtnrlrd tutk tart runt HORSE SHOE. J.T.,TWfLEY'S NATURAL During Nowmbrmn4Dcm' LEAF.GRANGEirTWieT, coupons from FOUR ROSES (lOcMn Omits CQufont iututliy us. Premium Dept vL2tV'u tvXuw & St. Louis, Mo. Now, the island is ruled by a saint names are many, but in all tongues and races they have one meaning, which is GOOD WILL. And his name is the law of the isle. For he holdeth that if a man hath Oood Will he fulfilleth all law; and it he have not Good Will no law can, put 'it within him; but if he have it he cannot but give proof of it. So that there ia great giving of gifts in the island called Christmas, for Good Will la itself a gift which forever branches and blossoms and sets to fruit of its kind. And it la the custom of the saint to meet the pilgrim hips and give those who call upon him the choicest gifts, and when a man hath received any one of them he is forever a citizen ot the Island .called Christmas, with all the rights thereof. Now, the gifts are hung upon a tree which Is called the Tree of Life and they shine with a wonderful light and give oft a sweetness which in good time will sweeten the world. Indeed, as all Algrims know, the reason that shore far distant from the Christmas Isle are habitable at ai is that pilgrims have come back bearing their gifts of sweetness and light. And the first gift is the Girt of, the Good Thought, whereby one may break the hold of a narrow veracity which chains him, truthfully enough but all too unwisely, to the faults of his fellows There are neither riches nor power comparable to the Good Thought, which comes of tho Good Sight, whereby men have discovered .whose "It's Christmas time, friend! What will you do about it?" asks L. D. Stearns in Suburban Life. "Mothers! Aunties! You who love to see your babies bend, crooning softly, over their family ot dolls, with that grave little smile ot dawning motherhood flitting tenderly over their faces, just within a stone's throw of babies who have no dolls, and the mother heart beats in their bosoms just as it does In that ot your own sheltered darlings; but their faces are grave, and sharp and old; and little drawn, white lines show about their mouths; and their eyes are not like the eyes of r your children. The other day, a baby opened its eyes for the first time on this old earth; it was one ot our coldest days; but in the home was no stove, no bit ot warmth, no food almost no clothes! On another street, in the midst ot plenty, a woman, with two small babies toddling about, tho father out hunting for work, cries with red lids: 'We've not a dollar In the house, and nothing to eat!' Oh, aunties life mothers oh, adoring isn't made up of just prayers and sitting reverently in church, keeping one day in the week holy! There's a tryst to keep with life that is spelled in many, many ways, if you'd make it complete." Women and the iallot and Waldhofen, Austria, have just given the women :axpayera the ballot, making voting sompulsory for women as well as men. The legislature of Manitoba .recently permitted women to practloe law. The eglsluture of Georgia only a few days iiter defeated a similar amendment. Weiner-Neusta- J-of miob JieciVihpnslMe. Wh,n lawn arav CONSTITUTION" ma.',3 It should be the duty of a gov mor to enforo3 thsro, Wltfi.ar ho" aopiiDi-- s t'lem oir inioL ,W)ii-- n the &vr for an oiffeinse aJiA Gov. Blease of South Carolina Pirtetarlt'fl? ,HariKln a nijn Is found Kiillty lie slioull v Shocks Governors' pr blak. ami? w.hetfior wv'ilt I vi(yjn, It to lw qur Uijtj- - as Conference. . t)3 drrlarr for. l:iiw And irdr." PaiPflia nnd by GorJivr Taktir of (Neviidj, and Jamt H. (Hiwv-L- jy 0. 'Mcwy wi- lri l(w' lUclipnon, V.i.. of. Idiho; ijn Aintforttnlty nien In at,teniJaiii'o "n ",0 jwsvpiof'.i gv;rnfns; ."ihprci?, wpjus.. ,undi?.r icoiil-eraAl- bn Wilie'n, apytratw Btepsp wiforejice y.isrilay hurifcdly left tlu r Una iittslUon .Colo Utaim It's Al?ifSjiidJd liwll when, of Sautiti for tfie Jlina Carol!r.i, iw!iqre no dlvoiKie Is pe'miilt-t- ed South CarpUna. iljftndilni; :(n doctrine ot lyncliuisr far ai'iy cause, lip ivv,tfd jvsiJnt .twiti'.Jiiff jtlnt gulty ot ulrlmlnai iwnault r.Wli to Ids "panlm ivxrril, out a trial, shouted, iVvj word: "To noj:m:u Uian 'all uVtnr.'Of.s pi U'a state combhitd sine3 ISTti. livll wltji Vie dutytlfjulon." -- fTMk sMvtlineiit was In rpsppnws j Jo3CjJi X. a question by Govpn'iipr deslreid la wiip Carey of Wyoming, ' FOR FLETCHER'S know it Ciovefnor Ble9 hail pwt tali-e- n an it,li to uplwld Uip eormUmtbn anil la,vg of lib tutate uml If V:i:o liws hl'U not orotsci poliorfU inn as "goy-qn- om GfJV-riio- ' ' .! . Ohildren Cry CASTORIA wi?Jl us wJiJie iinrii. "I will mwer tlvii (1(110 qiti!xin," "Jjnrf I Sputli Ca,rollnan, (t It hope tlw )i'3wspaj)er iiipn will syuth rlw'it, for In niy campaign In Carolina itliey found ,t()Uit 1 am a fliq'l er Uie m steps brttttern and Uio itetenae of tho ivIiUw oX rewMfco .woman pt my state, I, will sign Jiiy commission ajid fruiT (t up I l.ve aivl .tlirow It to. tlie lreezc. hwfofum said 'To Iiell ,wltji Hut some ot tiUem tlip women, wive anl daugjvU'ra of .ti'ie gwwrnons u'J- Ojovrno" lHouo leift Uie iirtll, Wli)n Ul;d. Gov. ' and a constitution il fl'liter. Wn tii m r,,?j'r,r jr mr '-. . IaVIAk J' . - I .' m m i 1 nM "1 thmLmmpOllthtA Smvmm tymm .JI?,rt W.. UJlctwM of Flqrl., answered QovCTiior JJleaiw. "TJie flnst thUss." lie mid, "Via.t In- dlcutftJ u luiiily mun or a womanly fur wfinuvt U JUywaUtful rnnsldeiratton qilier pPiilr." Lulisr llowjlior Jfllin V, StiaXrqtfi of CoV.nulo, tftfirnti ty U'tf lJ',,l ,iV doctrine. Injury to 'Oiw mob can do mora "Va,n clety," Jib said, Motblnc U sore Important la the homo than clear, steady light, insure thU by gettins the oil that ourna clear ana clean without a flicker down tattle last drop. Pennsylvania, crude oil reilned to perfection. Costs no more than the tank wagon kind saves aiONiiX caves WOHIC saves eyes. Your dealer has KOLITU OIL. in barrels direct from our worka. Chas. "We C SMI 611 U. "Mo Lealsvllle. Ky.1 Rcflnory at Warren, Til. sell tho celebrated Carb" Auto Oil. "uv- ':1J.. . . y 1 .. U ! X i) Merry Christmas to Our Many Friends!! BX3Mm7 I !miMiinwiniiiimnHi nvupiBB,iiimmwii 'iwwwi.m.itjijt.trg'tfi'j ( The annual holiday season is fast approaching and we beg to remind you that our preparation is far greater than usual. Our SANTA CLAUS display will please the old as well as the young and all your Holiday Gifts can be secured here. If you want something to eat we can feed you. If you want something to wear we can clothe vnn If vmr lAanf fnvc it Maaawwav iap ran Msmauwv vmi.. If vnii tat hi a wiiuiui V) iiviuivwj f hina Tit fwlncQ Rnnlrs. aau) vii viuuu uvvu j wi u ant Pifrniiitro Pinfitroc j vu iruui iwju u amtico yt vi arrmsp jw j vi Everybody can find suitable holiday presents here. Umbrellas, etc., we can please you. m.m. s . '!m''rm.V.'r?f fBWMwraBTOswrarwrfwiBW73fWPnnBwi Our Doll Family. Toys. We have searched the country over for the best and inost serviceable toys made. We Cut Glass and China We will show you an assortment of Cut Glass that Ladies Presents. A wonderful variety that possess intrinsic value. Ev- Presents for Men. many are puzzled, actually bewildered, when they undertake to buy a present We can make for a man. the undertaking a pleasure. We have presents for men of all ages: Military Sets, Collar and Cull Bags, Smoking Sets, Cigar Cases, Cigar Jars, 'Necktie Backs, Shaving Sets, Shaving' Mugs, Brushes. Bazors, Neckties, Silk Socks, Handkerchiefs, Milliters, Suspenders, Gaiters, Suits. Hats, Overcoats and Shoes and many more still to show you. So t What can you buy for the price that will bring as much Christmas cheers as a nice life-lik- e Doll. We are showing a wonderful assortment of both dressed and undressed Dolls from 5c each up to $3.00 each. China Dolls at each 5c, 10c, Sfic. t a Brass Head Dolls 25c, 50c, 75c, $1. Hair stuffod Dolls 25c, 50c, $1.00. Patent Head Dolls 25c, 50c, 75c, 41, $1.50. Dressed Dolls 25c, 50c, 81, $1.50 up to $3. We can load Santa Claus down with doll values. have quite a nice display of Express Wagons in' all sizes, Little Toy Wagons, Hobby Horses, Engines. Automobiles, Street Cars, Balls, Tops, Blocks, Games, Beds, Drums, Trunks, Chairs, Tools, Guns, Irons, Buckets, Tea Sets, Water Sets, and Books. We can only enumerate a few. We would be glad to show vou all. "- - will surprise you. Elegant high-clas- s pieces that will dazzle the eyes of the mistress of.th6 dining room: Water pitchers, Tumblers, Fruit Bowls, Celery Dishes, Nappies, Compote?, Sugars, Cream?, Vinegar Bottles and Pickle Dishes, China and Glass Ware of every description. Lamps at any price from 50c to $10. erything has its daily mission to perform. We mention a few only: Pictures, Picture Frames, Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets, Albums, Vases, Ornaments, China Salads, Cake Plates, Cups and Saucers, Chocolate Sets, Hand Bags, Mirrors, Music Rolls, Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, Scarfs, Cloaks, Coat Suits, Skirts. We won't stop until we have shown vou all. MMtHHI Hurry in and get the pick ol the crop. ni in ii Fwrnittire of Every Description. XU&13& WWM8I Li atifi J Cookit-i- g Stoves for All J a ,4k X E. P. BARNES DAM, v (SL .l BEAVER '- KENTUCKY. o fln niuW ifrom Ii"s. Jam1 BROTHER,! cmsM ait -' il'ins, iel. Dan- GOVERNORS PLAN thoy li5LU,eJ It too efirly Jo iiimtit In The Oil Field. any ootve tttbrt Iow'tH Hirty fi. 0. MIEVIVAL State Heads Meet cuss Details. "Exchange of Views" Guise Used To Dis Tlvse prcgont at t'.te cunrencc ,U"ro Goe,rn,o.TS Ilidley, rTeiii r nnpl (JolU'i.)-r-JUFi'EVrtvirt, of M'nn otn, Cmi' lt. i; , Hunrli'til PIIa,rs To Conceal Their We,n Krutueky Oil CoTipany's iWell t(r any ins cyt oai'.tirrh t.'.iit can n V No. 1 oci tjie Howard b'ns not lie 'Cured liy II ill's iUita"r'i Cnrfi. Interest. P uslied alont; at u luuld .ra.W, and will r. j. ciii:.N",i:v & co., 'iJiedo, o, Tax Payers Attention. ba Xlnlslwd ,by de first of tiie AW, the unilsiBlKiiftl, Jitwe liriJWJi 1". All ita. ,s not paid by Hviiih r "1, l",l, T l!i Vii rtl f'hftiint' fnr .f.'irt :ll'l i s 'iTn,'iiivj,,,wi, U'f. . H ipubl'can plaei, a pejnl'v uml.ir t.'1!) ,m.'W f';v'-.utl9llm Jilm P54tn.'tly l.p,norMe In all f;i"ii a iVx.mi HIuVm ami (mi f twelve p,r ? at, i'n.1 If ivt nail b 'flip O!io .FuU O'l .Co., iIi.ih financially business trail ic,tlon.s nnil I will be r"iijri(d to mrilf !i;i.-i'.wlfji (whom th-- y In I'iihirWsh, ulillKntlonH ma.lo an offJre pvil.t Vie Uuik of illar.lfoid. that (time able to carry out wlilcli office I" liELVliU.irtet.s ifir tholr levy .arid inline t.'JIl fitirUnr leNmn"-- , all by his firm. tnfnrmaJly ruiWcrnLcl fJilfiy. Live fIJd men. T!iU ooinipmiy ilia iUilsn u of wldc'i iivi1 l boirn-- j by t'l li W.UMNO, KINN.VX & 3f,l:VlX, that jio definite MiM'S. t.irvaVd n i", Ursa number of lawn, all .oyer Vie payf.r. I'i.xi'sa nvik' ymr arms n, a's Wi!l-.3iilDriiKAUt"', 'l'oUlo, O. VainlzpaUon of llvj .nil county. to pay beftw; x1,a,t ilite. taUt',11 Interndlall'M CUairrli Cure of tln witrWiiit'tyvrcx a mil!.KH,m,-.iT. II. lil.AOIC, S. O. f. ally, uctlns dlrvc,tl upon Vie blood and prwthfi! wttWn u yvnr. Tlie Well No. 1 of 6'ie Itoinjli (Kbv.-OiSTV-m- . OjiikHVii f ii:ii ipnwi fts'vp Itipim-Ikaii- s micous surfaA'.h of tint a'nd G,is Co., on the Wellar Sv n Ii brut tree. 1'alce 75 etrnt-- s per Eormer Ohio Countian Dead. wloil It Is iVi'Uti! tai brim; IiiIj down to a djpth of nbinit I" 6..et an I Ns.dDC.,1, Mo.. 11. 2. LV 2. th jivJtf.,inn,t amd upaUiy m (tlit pv ,'f DHtle. Sold by all Unvisl. so far tlie farmntlonj Juve sViowin up TaKo IlnU'-- s IVnilly I'llia for jf nvwi M;i liave la,cren ldii(tlfi?d with Dec. :,,19K. very 's.iti'.Mfuct nlly. I live thfj party's siou-'-huotlAlty, 'IVio Ila.n.Cord 1! iiiiblb-.in- , tiuljifil t wivhwyi Ii'iuIouh In the !.. Ifurlford, Jy. 'o wUU to call ytonr a,'.t'iitlon to I'm of Thanks. . Card 9r;nuVa.'l 01 liuj.tfiiii-iithat ua con. fact tlvU iuot Inftotlous iIIha&s h j"ucli plijia,? flnd'itho OMtuiu y 'ii mull urtufl ipluas hjfiitfd t uinlii-taTUo day la not far lNvirt iwIipii as wl'pspliiff oouk'i, llptberln an I taiwlot WV1'1 I Wish .alll WOjlld pUblbl I, " 'l' ! 1 ut la lit yw. o n i'ti'.nf? vf t!'.e "cards of tlia.uk1" will etilM A a'puftmuae JlliVHIl'll was a na'd-n- t ly (JlV"LlVl01S patt .WIii ilfuVi cnttii a 1jiii biIs'''-bii- a feveir are oontrftiled wi'ien t Allen Cjus,-)- ' of Ohio lias a cold. CVuimberlaUi's Coiyjh Ifv'iie'l , f lLullev, of and 'IViWi u.t un !o comity for y.eurs. Ilia w'.fu U t!i(iir pp'Mi-- ' ilo all In iieitr fall will qul"kly cure n eold and r.iUlv I'ejavilrt:ila. ovnr liv to iIa,o uul pivs'dyil i sllvpr lining bJi'k of the iJastn tin dj.ilce.r of umtrautLnir .Vinsq KniukllnioUI Wullae'( fttt,Inr. ItMrla, nifher, W.hoa,9 of Sl.'iryViU'l, dT-home ivai Uis 'i "livsnvr eJoud and tliey i'n not ovif)t or.,. 'dls"arp. fr,l'a ,r?ni(idy U famous to,-- It.' . liriMiclvt tn.seUier !irru t Uiy U :iiVlk!'in o.o.'Mrp any i nan km up jnjif-proo-- cures of colds'. It viuilatiix .no MP'uni nleivj , of Ids wIGe. My UuVrind, A. I. iuiouku ' KiMXJtlvKa fiom Shiitffj Dys.u-ttuwl Wkis Ills Ki'.ind-i'o'ii' boy One su'n Tiber, !iwh'it, mot to or ikthejnaie.ot!c and may lo eliinn tli,3 atVi uai (i wlfio wis one of ,tlw Krcit jrrwl.r'illjlr,' bo outdone ant In the following: a olilbl with Implicit ouf lilivv Hoi w.'io iVteil o Mill Ji"jiiMU'4Ui flKJut nn iiukt: iliir. lvsuvns. ".M.r. to Umrik .Vio by Ulltrtr: I all d?alo:. Gra.nl-niC.ia'y umr tlrul of telllns Ins refill nucijMlwi. fuid iin'i'irhws )nial lifivHIly in fllfvl T!jm OAM1fi'1'i' w'"' I'ullraJ for a a thlx nnnnor for their mo of i'i.Is burn liv-- t "nil tlsh'n? on t iij dur- "eMiijiimKu' EAST VIEW. fir-tt low" anil nmliliiH: binl: of u'l llotiK'ii rlvtir, as 1 m.h V'a Ins tbo Illness ond diAi'Ji o(f my at.i .i.aj nUvnj'icd liy ti'nn Imr.k if Inubiiivl, who cMaeaniil of rx0 lllll Stewart, an aaud only urif? iluip who krww aiiyUiln Tn rue by I'm Die iTiiirtjUiient, Ah u ivjault Sly moJmr'H imiiiu a ..Mai tlio y,ry jialnful iuv'. that band iif .I'atJi on list KiW.w wJillo la,,J'. il'npeiuil to t.mily yo.ii, fWyvr, It Umihic tipnu'.viit Uln: breukfafct. Vo my fnL"inils nn ll"t Tlmrwlay nljjUt by iniakliiK n mli-in- ;l V. On jX. lAat a;iy ir punJ plan of tvviinlii'loii UJUlTIi: GIJIJST DV.SAUV. il f" willlnsly s''n ""'' talllnif put of the iwr ua the all who uC ir or) iwl i lll ijjiUtoa n ri'ilui-Hoi Uar OIHTt'.VUV. il''C runil anl dbl.acii.tliu; toward nialthur Die last inwiicntfl and llun i.i anil u:i funtnil a suc.'o'h I d.M're loj ortiucnlwr simuWur a:d Soutlrrn SiVitt-thfj rtip of tho Allen Ciwy, i n if Hi'jiiit in,d lt,acii?l Oifpiy, .wa.s born In Sijlbyi, t il'tjUi .Jf iirtniapj- HyH'nim for the 1)lhl .!llllIy j,0.,us tluwa lliwt. will fj.i.l Iwrw u It eauld J9 t".e.t. fi I, 1817, .Kcibniruy tiittii of dvWiLV-- to tin 1. utJinn, I thtin eiiJoyini(f Ukj h,uii .vki fanmer, or and Ud at i Jiao piKity. eunvriiVaDii of i"rinds Vn .ViU vlolmlty. tlw luvip of his Hon, ll(ry, near al.w a milch o'onv mid a rum .wl- - visit Ins i'4 1" vUUIiik Mr- - s- - " tlu umCjiiiiava'or iolu,Hv.t I NiinLi r 15. If 12. iyin.J '"' will Did whli-i- i Ins liinw oJsia ya,f iuv. lluii '. of .Mblioivrl, liul tiiitiMi I Htill clwap. 'tj(jd liiov.a in u (iiVi'Ioim ntar IVifwid. is i'tnnt 9 Jiion'.hx nn;l 12 l;tyn old, II' Mr- - ns"1 J,rs- llio Itjajwlillctui itll'l ltiii.tivulvo firjaM wu. ill wotiAyi t jiifonn; H pkinl c'l,tH' of 'lvi ' niircul In OU'io mimtj-- , Ky but juov'- tfrui .fda'lnu it l d'iU UN f'v',Ut)s on l mi find jMis upon fI1't SUtuiduy nlKlit wid S uiilny with vl to Hi I'll o onuily, .Mirout Jji joun' xjwil d iM(4Matt action to uti'eliiW ' iitinlwviil lietivt one of the early l)n. t(vm.' Alu a I.WU ami wiilto 3Ir' 1"11 J,ra- Von l,,kt- t)n TM AKM- " OuMxm- HIVM jiU rjwular tlun ivuir Jiir. ll Vm imi'H.'d ,to Oib'' 'iiMit WMii'i."-J'im- tta DUUwh. 1' ii,vtoil thai l,arKrcM,4 (V.ltfiiUiiMil at Uolln Hun UhiiK-t- i Sji'- - Sluiu'irva Wall m iibouit 1S!V, tp nlil- i .,, 'i(, HM nnli.iUi tltfll aaill-J.) S union fi iv'iUreii Wie Imrn. Htwy C. If you av LrouUU'il wIUj ojiriuile iron. nirday find iiiaiiln, M., Itriflwl A., '"i'U'1-r- i ... ' llwililliiWi. HUt', K"ae HtlniUon, yw im'ld ami gontl-- j if3ft llr. Kile Mai'n Ik pqutlnMl "to Wi lliinfif-.)a Ui JKfi.iil fpr 4 o'- - of r.'iamtfrJaluVi TublMa iimii s worn with chills and nviltirid ftnor. Uiobert W' and I'"niliMlu. ile united 'it i ' .1.. 111 ! dl'IVk.n Kli ivi.v n( et.yc i ,1'v Kn'.t U to yuar md Una! nmy with ft ii, n. aiira)i at about the, n ' il elaiyil (fJVi'iatlivilly t'.jt by all d alcrs. lived, a faltjiful and! Wfta la yijb vtfllaUy Stutd,iy ajm imj'-- 1 ust of li .urn Wo offer One Itc-wiu- il fA-i- of lo.iva; Penn"wlll, of IH'war'; Oill'. The V1 O'l Company il.as lonn unof Nrada; Vttffy, of KoiiUi JaJt:a; able to work on ,tri;lr will on ti? O v Spry, of U.tah: GUswot-k- , of ',;A JleGpvrrn, of WjrrrWfi: Onriy, furni for i ir"nl flay,'. U'naiis'Vjf i'iikJLuinu. oto In inaumiUiry. Mr. Clincll, !ie of Wyoming, ami Gdv?rn:ir-plro- t J'.ojvs to irodunie vV k lu i diy of Soriii Diko'n. or tow, ajil to piMli t'll-- i Will tc a tupi.l tomiiletaun. How's. This. dl?d In tlif full, nratirniico of Ids tnut l'iui'nil mrUf m re t.il by Kun, wni In Ji,- Uo'd. Ills wlt ml ivo lijlldr-JIi. C. K. Piuiiu, of C'l.-lte. Snapp on t.ie follo.wlni; (Liy ail pr-- c "il il l't'ii Siuul y nvouln;. In Vil.s vVln''. V1' T iin i nutiitinr of his miuilns lnlirrcd tn tie yeSss tni,t ii le.i.v. m Ji'jj lii re. iin.? A Das Molne fiian liml an attai't of and a minibT of Tli SJat, nnian e.ienil Mynipai'i y lo n'.uiiiatlsin In IiIk n'iouMV. and a Iwwt of the l nvvral on,va. iid.itlv.'.s fp uiuairn hi .lilrn to A frUn,! jtilvtsl 0 to Hot friends uivl The lawful Itat of lnjirrlas on a rourth Sprtnjr. Tint iiuvirt un expanse of Ji; bp.utune. of July astiKKtrs llmniuilty. Sot nw T!ip vary uiiiixii;il nil Jiiixt r'liii'K'a'ile or monr. He ."oiiKl-- t Cor o quieter mil fiKaUu-- t Ls It, t!w" wvatthrfiil thins wri" In eomifetton wyt;i his lnuiiil lieiiliiK, by o'.ieajiar way U cn,ro It and found It In Ituckl'ii's Ar;ik'a Sala, ajf all nix of tin f i.l b'.ir. rs his UmiiH'iii !.s, w.ho nuffertd from Iannis, Clirimberlaln's I.lni.iusit. UViuc days ,',Vi pivax cut";, Urnls,'.., bullet viutiii or iixpl)-slon- s. known o a UurLil wiiffi- - ,'f'f8 was after 'tJe fl;st application of Uil IL the ijulek tf boilw. anil It Js r.j,t lkiv lie wt'8 well. liar wile by Ml Iiosjlble lifm-ecZ'Vii-i- , soro lljis or aCc at tli it uny of this llv uill ilenltirs. all clrusslv.N. t unj T J ml ti .... (u,ft! v.r f r.'ill-dr- ni nm-'culu- llnl-lil- lnt .'i lw, pll. 'I,0,' K 1 I liov-nm- d w aij-Vf- Merry Xmas to All F r- lt.fcHili!-nu-pii't- e il iRl,'awVSn9MiHV!aVaHBaV3nRBHHiHHaV!aa il N To properly celebrate the your occasion and I make Christmas merrier you should get Mlasi-ni.'l- Fruit Cakes, i, Irosif.. - n 1 n Jots Fruits of all Kinds, Pies, Cakes, Bread. Rolls, Candies, Fireworks Etc. From us. We !- -" ntii de-J- jv , 10,-a- it in.i-ktw- rtw. 1 ji can supply your wants and . - - s bU-s'- te sol ' ti't n--- IH,-- , appreciate a call. !50HHMMHHBMiHHHH "JftVjl Ifurd-em,a- l ,! The Hartford W. C. SCHLEAIIHER. - - - Bakery pj Prop. jr jtizi ,iit "rs!nr thi 1 HARTFpRD, - KENTUCKY. -- laattit -"V 4 ' ' f - iij 'IMI.JIW'''--'