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The Hartford republican: January 20, 1911 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 hao1911012001_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: January 20, 1911 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . Fln Job Work. mt GETS t . 4' Uttmblkan OF OHIO COUNTY. pared and entered and Noah. Pennington stepped forth from the Cabell county Jail a f roe man Into the arms of hla wife and baablea. The family left for their home away back amidst the Mil of northeastkirn Kentucky, at once and Ncah Penning ton will nteed never again ax learn tile lesson that cornea to he who totes To a pistol within the confines of the great commonwealth of Wtwt Virginia, where the otflcers can Inflict Justice but never forg-j- t how to temOur per It with mercy. t- - ''4 DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE Subscription $1 per Year No. 27 CITIES CONTENDING FORJEXPOSITION Celebrate Completion of Panama Canal. VOL. XXIII. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNT, KY., "FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1911. the civil war," Mr. Caretrljl said, "and Is becoming so powerful that thoro Is no good foason why the farmers of the United States should not dictate to the great trusts and monopolies of the nation instead of tkalng dictations from them." by National Speeches were made President. M. P. Sharp, of Ohio county who formerly lived hero; T. G. Nelson of North Dakota, a national director OMSB0R0 A. S. OF E. MEETING Convention Governor Foss of Massachusetts And His Fight on .Senator Lodge at Bowling Green Votes for Owensboro. and editor of the 'Equity-Far- m Jour- i V Senator Delegates to State Convention are nal; others. Frome, of Carroll county Exports to China in Last and AttWWW aWWW. wMi'-Tho following delegates are present: Well Entertained in the Five Years Have Fallen Dr. M. A. Jenkens Called. Allen cuonty, Lattle Graves, Albort ' Harris, T. A. Gray, A. C. Harris; Park City. Owensboro, Ky., Jan-13- . s The First off Greatly. Baptist church has made an unaniBraclen county, Jatsy Lundlgari, J. E. Thompson, H. E. Route; Butler counmous call for Rev. Millard A. Jen-ke"Bowling Green, Ky., Jan. 12 A. ty, N. F. Hays, W. H. Kitchens, James of Athens, Go., to oh..) pastorate .Washington, D. C Jan. Mastln; Barren county, J. W. Road; large delegation of over" 100 of the Owensboro church to fill ihe Exposition boomers for the vacancy at the church, caus.d nttended the opening bds-al- Daviess county, J. W. Dunn, F. K. by celebra'on of tho completion of the of the conivoatlon of the Ken Mosoley; Hancock county E. D. Dow tho resignation of Rov. L. B. War Panama Canal are at work In Wash ren, who has accepted a call to the ington. San FrancUco and Xevv Or tucky Society of Eqdlty, which con- ell; Hart county J. M. Ruard, Hardin vened at 10 o'clock yesterday morn- county, R. E. I. Ray, W. B. Vessels O. Second Baptist church of Richmond leans are the contending cities. The ing, and which continued throushotit C. Archer; Henderson county, T. T. Virginia. capital of the United Slates, where the'day. The convention was open-od'h- y Barrett; McLean county, W. P. SteDr. Jenkens Is quite well known In the exposition should readily he held, prayer by Dr. S. M. Miller, of vens, T. W. Nuchols, B. C. Eaton: Owensboro, as he wa3 for a Jiumbor Is not saying much. San Francisco V tkkkkkkkkw 'I''S'WkkkkkkkkwWW M. E. Church after' Muhlenberg county, J. F. Doss, E. T. of years paator the i' State-stre? of WmBkkkkkkkm the Baptist Is flourishing seventeen million dolwhilch come a program of'mu3lc nnd Davenport, S. O. Soars; .Mason county church at HopIclnsvriUe. He was in lars as her claim, while New Orleans recitations hy the student body of the Frank Finn; Ohio county, Col. C. M. the city last Sunday and delivered a with ten millions Insists that this sermon at tHie First Baptist chunch amount mill go farther owing to the Southern State normal and tthe Baw Barnett, Henry Pintle, E. W. Jackwn, ling Green Business university. The H. T. Porter, S. L. Stevens: Webster in the morning, in the afternoon proximity of that city to the rest Address of welcome was made In a county Ben Watson; Caldwell county, last Sunday, ho dellvetiod a strong ad- of the world, than will seventeen well worded speech by City Prose- Senator J. H. McConnoll; dress to men nt the People's Tlheator. Warren million on the Pacific slope. An adil Dr. Jenkens ha3 a very enviable vocate for New Orleans puts it that cutor A. C. Dulaney, who on behalf county, A. J. Stahl, J. D. Elklns, Wilof the mayor turned the keys of the liam Renlck, J. E. Blgserataff, J. K. reputation as a platform speaker and Congress will be responsible In sayEugene N. Foss, the new governor of Massachusetts, will devote his spare delivered a numh-i- r of lec'unes be ing which city Is most accessible to city over to the tobacco growers of White, A. M. Petty, William Garrison the atate and his address was (pleas- J. D. Hays, J. A. Stewart, Reno time nnd perhaps n few hours nddltlonnl to trying to prevent Henry Cnbot fore the Broughtoa conference. He all the people of the United States', Lodge from returning to the United States senate from the Bay State. Govwas also U noted siaktr at th. N.iw- - claiming that Now Orleans Is two ingly responded to by the president of Dossey. ernor Foss admits that he has a dlfllcult Job Hfore him, because Lodgo has I Among the resolutions offered by th York Tent Evangel. the atate organization, the Hon. thousand miles, closer to thj center been In the sennte so long that ho has what nilcht be called n "vested rleht" Campbell Cantrlll. committee on legislation, was one com In his seat. But Foss will try to pry him loose, Dr. Jenkens was wierd Thursday of population and two thousand miles and he will work nt the Job This part of the program con- mending the action of fcli3 press and earnestly and sincerely. The governor's objections to the senutor are based on that he had been called by the con- nearer to Panama tlian San Fransumed the entire morning. The bal- those persons who are malting the Lodge's tariff record principally. Foss Is not a believer in the standpatter gregation but has not yot made any cisco and that the latter city is more theory, and ho believes that a "progressive," be he Republican or Democrat, reply as ito whether or not he will than three thousand miles farther ance of the day was devoted, after fight for good roads. the-- "election of officers, to, the work of A portion" of tha resolution asks tho will better represent Massachusetts. So he. has started after Lodge's scalp, accept. from tlwiprlnolral nations whloh are Is asking for recruits from anydlrcction. Rut Lodge is not Idle, nnd his likely to send exhibits. It Is claim4f the organization, and speeches by dlf- - legislature, in the event It passes a and he long political career shows that he knows something about the game, Pay For National Guard. ed that the center of population of JJferent delegates. It is hoped that a law increasing the tax for roadpur- - Is defeated the men who defeat him will know that they have been in and if he a fight. treat deal of good will be acconipllsh- - po2o.,that It also enact a law making Washington, Jan. 14. Militia offi- thoUnlted States Is near Cincinnati cers Trom various parts of the United and five hundred miles trom Now Or ' ed at this convention for tlin tohanrai It Illegal to usor a wagon of less than Industry of the state, and that bsttor four-InStates appeared before the House leans, while San Francisco is two treadf .and ' that the rear WOMEN IN THE WOMAN HEWED TIES TO prices and better facilities for the axle should be longer than the front committee on militia to ad thousand five hundred miles from vocate the adoption of the bill putting this center. Whlthin .nine hundred handling of t,ho 380,000,000 pounds of one by twice the width of the tire but REACH HUSBAND IN JAIL the National Guard upon a paying miles of Now Orleans, KENTUCKY SCHOOLS totificoo annually raised in Kentucky It was rejected ly the cqnventloiu A it is said, delegate from Butler counyt Eal d that basis. Gen. E. C,' Young, of Illirois, there are. seventy cltks with a wlUresult. a. . . THe convention chairman of tho ex.03utlv cpnimJt&jaJ, would- pf" tho National a wagon ?of that description V.inty, mUlloni,, Nountainee'r Woman ot mo iNauonai uuam Association. while within nine hundred miles Tobacco Growers' association com- hang us on saplings on the roadside Nineteen out of 119 Counties Have Kentucky of 3 outlined the gsneral purpose of the San Francisco are only eight cities posed of districts in the different In his bounty. That part of the reso .Undergoes Hardships to ReFemale Superintend- bill which was Introduced In the and their combined population is states. in session and is fair- lutton, was offered more as a matter House by Representative Stoenerson. one million. With Washington a3 a ly well represented with .good delega- of education than with a view to ihav-in- g lease Husband. ents. Offlcors of the regular army and starting point, It is said that It taktions from the various tobacco grow it adapted. tho natlonaal guard b?llovo that 'oho es four days to reach San Francisco Owensboro was selected as the ing states. regular payment ot a small compen- and only a little more than one day The delegates from Daviess, Mc- next place of meeting without oposl- Catlottsburg, Ky., Jan. 17. The sation to members of the guaard who to reach New Orleans, wihile the coat The buletln published by the.depart- get Owensboro wljl hae to Lean, Ohio and Hancock counties had tlon. an eventful trip, annd arrived in Bow- busy If it exceeds Bowling Green In menf'of education has Just be-j- print- -' most pathetic story that has come raaoh a certain standarrd of efficiency including sleeping berth to San Franling Green at 10:18 Tuesday night hospitality. Bowling Green has pro- ed and is being distributed. It con- -, to light within the gloomy precincts will greatly strengMien the militia as cisco Is $33, and to New Orleans $33', and were met at the train by a com- vided fine hotel accommodations, a tains considerable Information of more of the Cabell county W. Va. court a suppont to the re?ular anmy. The All these arguments to the pockeL an are Important but apply with still mittee of Warren county Equity men, chorus of young ladles and young gen or lass importance concerning the house In. a long time, wias that of proposed bill would represent I yesterday morning when shortly after annual expenditure on salaries of greater force to the selection of Wash- conducted to the Potter house where p'emen from the State Normal collage schools of the slate. n o'clock, there walked Into tho of- - from $4,000,000 to $8,000,000. By noting the names of the various The ,J u the delegates from 12 or 13 cauntlles.l ,,6 entertain the visitors and young i h..0 F,fll wore waiting for those from Daivias3 ladles from tho college reclUd at tho county superintendents one will bo floe of Prosecuting Attorney Jean F. Government now appropriates some lation ot tho United States and to'S Impressed that itlie woman are begln- - Smith a woman and two little chil- thing over $,000,000 annually for the the world than either New Orl.xina. night sessions. McLean, Ohio and Hancock. lng to figure quite prominently in dren. They bore the stamp of hon- malntalnance of tthe mllltla of che or Sin Francisco. To those whohavo A preliminary caucus was held, and the educational affairs of the respect- est povoriy, but that poverty had fail several states. Whips Masher for Wink. and? followed tha social, industrial a list of names for the various comive counties. There are now nine- ed to work Into the ensemble, a dispolitical tendencies of the Padflcji prepared mittees Cincinnati, Jan. 18. Miss Margaret for submission to Waited Long and Patiently. slope for tho last five years a the convention. Illlngton, actress, showed she was teen women serving as county super- regard for personal cleanliness. On the woman vaas a look In 18C8 Mrs. Helen Hogan, of Ver- loms objection to holding an lntwrt intendents while the remaining one tho faco-o- f Among those present are such old some fighter last night, and wanhorsos of Equity as T. T. Barnett a ceridn young man was wondering hundred counties still hold itotho idea of sorrow and her hounds bore the im sailles, bought a government bond for national exposition In San FranclscoV of Henderson, Senator J. H. McCon- - whether a hear cat had pounced up that men are more capable of con- print of toil. Even oa the ibaby fa- one thousand dollars. A short timo 13 that that city Is rantankerously ducting the affairs of the office than ces bjslde her, was stamped the look afterward her home was burmed and to the Japanese, Chinese anil noil of Princeton, E. L. Davenport, on him. that como ,only with perpetual grind- tho hond, with other valuable papers, other Orientals who nucosarllymalce ' of Muhlenberg, J. W. Dunn of Daviess Miss Illlngton simply gavo him a the females. ing poverty. was destroyed. For forty years she such a large iant of every intervx" tv . xaiiiwt oi unio county, k. m. few vicious slaps from her hand and The female county superintendents "I am Mrs.- - Pennington," she said has boon trying to get the government national exposition and that, should her husband landed a couple of Seat- are. as follows. w, aayoi ttmcKen county. Adair county, Miss Pearl Htndman; by way of introduction "Mrs. Noah to reimburse her for the loss but with- the exposition be held there, there Tag, follow who thinks the AL S. of tle nights" to ithe Janw Pennington and I come to see if you out avail until last week when a bill would 'be perpotual danger of artifi E, .'is dead, or has ever thought Miss Illlngton was on her way to Bourbon county, Miss Mabal Robins; of ' cial earthquakes moro s.riousj making Its hhUI, has another think tho hotel In company with her hus- Bullitt county, Miss Jennie Carpenter; wouldn't let my husband out of Jail." for her relief was passed by In trembled for an instant thielr ultimate efforts than the. catascoming. band, Edward J. Bowes, when this Calloway county, MlssLucUo iGrogan; Two . . trophe which destroyed San Francisco The following are tho coramltttees young man and two companions had Christian county, Miss Jennie Wieat; on tli a woman's cheeks and plashed New Officers for A. S. of E. on , rthe floor. The prosecutor . a few years ago. followed and winked at her. Bowes Clinton county. Miss Erma Sloan; off named by President Cantrlll: The State Convention of tha Ameri Statistics show that our exports to Fayofte county, Mrs. N. G. Jfaulconor; paused for a moment, trying to recl-leCommittee on Credentials S. L. swung a right to the Intruder's head. whoNoah Pennington was. can Society of Equity adjourned at China have declined from fifty-eigStevens, Ohio county; E. D. Dowel 1, But Miss Illlngton thought her hus- Fleming county, Miss Lutie. P.almer; "Noahs in Jail for carrying a pis- Bowling Green Thursday, and the de- millions five years ago to fifteen Fulton County, Miss Dora M. Smith; Hancock county: W. P. Stevens, Mc- band was not equal to the (task. tol," said the woman, "and he Is all legates left for their home, and one-ha- lf millions in 1910. The , "What do you mean?" she, cried, "by Ganrard county, Miss Jennie Hlgglns; Lean, county. I linvorrall tho little ones iiavo to Tho committee nominations, compos Chlnlaman is frequently referred to as Committee on Order of Business J. striking my husband like that? take Grayson county. Miss Ella Ldwls; Blggerstaff, Warren county; W. H.' that' and that," and Hhe mined tlie Green county, Miss LIzzici Y. Graham; oaare for them. I've chopped ties to ed ot H. E. Routt ot Carroll county an enigmatical oneature, but those Leslie county, Miss Mary HosULns; make money enough to come here and J. W. Dunu of Daviess, C. A. Harris, who have studied him in hls.own habKltohen, Butler county; S. O. Soars, blows on his face, see you and besides we have walked W. B. Vessels and Wm. Renlck, ropor its realize that there Is a groat daal "Why, Margaret," said her husband Magoffin county, Miss Martha B. Muhlenberg county- Mason county, Miss Jennie Yan- f If teun miles to get to Piteeavtlle where ed as follows, and was unanimously of human nature in him' and that Committee on Legislation R. E. I. "can't you le mo take cape, pf these wo could got a train." approved by the delegates: he has abundant shrewd common Ray, Hardin county P. K. Mosoley. follows?" snnd ho swung Justone more cey; Mercer county, Miss Ora L. AdShe didn't soem to think it anything President H. M. Fromau, Carroll sense. The Chinaman Is not flrst of those punches which knocked the ams; Nicholas county, Mls Llda E. Daviess county; James Mastln, Butler clas3 fighting man, but ho Is not un- -. Gardner; Rowan county, 'Miss Cora W unusual 'that ahe. a woman, had hew county. other fellow down. county. Vice President T. T. Barrett, Hen- resentful of wrong. He had been outStewart; Spencer county, Miss Ada ed cross ties and tun walked across CJammltteo on Resolutions J. H. trylfWteen U wltli two babies derson county. rageously treated In this country and ; Likes Oklahoma. Snider. In consldrably more man MeConneU, Caldwell county; T. T. Bar to W husband out of Jail. Such Secretary-.TreasurS. B. Robert- especially on the Pacific coast and onn half of i.h i.n..nf.M o. t. women as she make re4,,' Henderson county; Jamea A. Kaw tClty, Okk Jan. !). Editor tho history good son, McLean county. organized into unions us a European Tteftnipson, Bracken 'county; E. W. The Republican: Wo arrived at Kaw lady representative on the board of women make. By that act of wifely State organizer O. P. Roenier, War army Is Into regiments, the word has With very few exoop- Jaokson Ohio county; E. L. Daveu Dod 23. Found the weather fine Just examiners. devotion' that almost passoth under- - ren county. gone forth to boycott American wrei."port Muhlenberg. like October lu Kentucky. We fliad Jnitrui 4hlka.ik IjirUi-k- Vina KUooiui vml n standing, shp created n new epoch in Assistant state organizers C. 0. It is a3 nothing to tha averago China- - . on Nominations W. B. a llnt rain Dec. 2S. The flret three not yot supposed to be vary largo w, uUtory oi Committee C11 county and of Allen, Henry County, and Lattlo man or to title Chinaman' much abovie Vessels, Hardin county; William Ren- - days of January wore a little windy property owners In their own nkjWt or her natfre State of Kentucky. If Kon Groves, Allen county. ' ooH the average, tliat this country remltr r Warrn county; H. E. Route, and. old but the sun 'lias jbeon shin- tax payers henca It would appear that tucky has given blr.th to some groat Directors Bon Watson, Webster bed aame millions of the Boxer they are being glvon official repreBMwkwt county; C. A.i Hands Allen ing evr since. The Arkansas river men It "also has given birth to at county; C. M.. Barnett, Ohio county; That was a la.to affair, and, ooty; J. W. Dunn, Dvia8. has been frosen over about a week sentation In proportion to the amount least on great woman. A. II. Brooks, Bracken county; R. E. tho average Chinaman knows notihi-lupay for the support of tlo pub-M- o a 'Tfci address of President Cantrlll but is about thawed out now. Kaw they Whenaho had told the story to the I. Ray, Hardin county; J. F. Dosa, of patriotism because tho Idea' schools. M sreat entiukuni among tlie City Is about as large aa Beaver Dam, prosoouter and related how tfer hus- - Muhlenburg county. U totally in the Celestial t &0mo and was highly enjoyed. He lias three churches, Metbodbt, baand wu. subject to epileptic attacks Delegates to tho national convention Kingdom. , , urgently recommend! tfe aad Christian, and a good WOOl and Wheat Growers Mating he loatjo t4me In Investigating, Wm, Renlck, Warren county; C. H. of k fanners .declaring that all sebWif They hav a new brfok sehool will baa nieetlug'bt the lug to' Jailor Woods who told htm that Harris, Allen county; H. E. Routt, For Rent. 3' .r ..... chftflgoq and policies ought to eowie bulldtig sorted" w&teh, will eot a . . W One hundred and. tea acres of good' ana wheat Orowens at the whatt i.ri wonn had said wa3 true Brackwi county; David Shipley, Harthe membership and not from thousand doltaps. 'people wool fro' The Invmodlateiy the prosecutor b din county, S. L. Stevens, Ohio coun- land; In Rough Rlverbottoins aud gocdjV apHlasntand armdy to welcome Court House in Hartford, at 9 o'clock, tore Jittge T, ,W, Taylor In went tut'Dads of the oraaniaatioa. vacation, ty; S. B. Robertson, McLean county; farm house Situated near Narrows, prsesat opgaaitttota ef th'the Saturday Biomlng, January M' Ths toth&K town. related jihe pathetic story oT a 'a : J, F. Doss, Muhlenburg county; C. C. Ky, Awly to, fanmsfs throughout the country is vwy truly, K. C. BAIRD, Pres. dvatk)H and her need and Allen, Henry county; J, W. Dunn, DaCHARLES CARTER, important woiwpBWts, 4ac of tJMi n,Mt F. B. STMVBNe. D. M. 8TBWAHT. Sec'y. within1 tb bMK- - th ordr was ure,-- viess eouatyv 25t . farrows, Kyk r r ufi'i'i ns repre-saatattv- es oa et tmkkkkkkkkr tkkkkkkm l AwBIHtt wmrmsr lm&aatx& - -- ch to-d- ay -- n ".... V. si; d to-d- ay blg-tea- rs ct ht Ar-ne- tt; ' jw er - ,i? g non-existe- nt Pros-bytttfe- n, re fif-te- staer c--u 1 of HARTFORD PROCLAMATION to the People tena tne mignty to At And the Surrounding Counties. Don't hail f h IIb flH ERIE Look AT THE NEW YORK STORE IS WHERE THE Is Going on Now. Surrender Saleat the Be Sure You Are THE NEW YORK STORE J. D. for Our Store THE ENTIRE FRONT IS COVERED WITH REED, PROPRIETOR. : Right Place. HARTFORD, : KENTUCKY. Red and White Lettered Signs. .... Ll SoJe Commences Promptly January DOOMED 19, 1911 . LASTING ONLY 20 DAYS, ENDING SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11 AT 9 O'CLOCK P. M. Dry Goods, Clothinjr, Shoes, Hats, Ladies and Mens' Furnishing Goods will be distributed Worth of seasonable up to date merchandise, consisting of the actual cost of the raw material. This entire $10,000 stock is on sale and nothing reserved. Everyinto the homes of the people for less than public, to be slaughtered for twenty days, beginning Thursday, January thing must go in this mighty Surrender Sale and will be at the mercy of the and also all of our Ladies' Ready to Wear goods are all brand new of this in mind everv Suit'of Clothes, Pair of Shoes and all Furnishings spnVnWWp ind stvles You get nothing but the best in quality and latest in style. We can only mention a few of the many great bargains, but vourself . So come early, come often, come every day while lowest prices of a century prevail. RA-i- r DOOMED $10,000 J $10,000 come and see for v. J, D. Reed has hereby offered a reward of Two Hundred Dollars any person or persons who will be able to furnish proof that goods were sold during this entire '20 days of said Surrender Sale at a higher price than advertised in this circular. $200.00 REWARD OFFERED! to d Our Great Iron-Cla-refunded cheerfully money Signed By Mr. J. D. Reed 4 if Your fied with your purchase you make at this sale. No questions or explanations required in refunding money you satis- Guarantee are not m ONE PRICE TO YOU ALL! Every article in this Surrender Sale will have a white tag attached to it with its Sale price marked in plain figures, so a child, as well as a grown person, can buy at this Surrender Sale without fear of things being over charged.. ' $1.50 $4.00 $1.50 $2.00 Dry Goods. 39c yards bast Calico 4 Apron Gingham Cl-2- 0 10c Apron Gingham 7c Amaskeg Gingham . 10c 71-2- c 10c Dross Gingham 71-2- c 10c yard wide Peroal c 10c, 15c Suiting ..." 7 10c Outing all colors 10c and 15c Dross Flannelots ..71-2- c .'. '....41-2- c Cc Cotton flamiol '...71-2- c 10c Cottou Flannel ., 7c , 10c Shirting at Bleached or unbleached Domestic 4c a very good quality Yard wldo Brown Domestic ...... Sc v7c A vory fine Domestic 7c Hone Bleach Domestic 7 Domestic 10c and 12 35c Heavy AVo'oleu Dross Goods as sorted colors at the Surrender 20c Salo 35c Kod and Whlto Flaniiol ....10c He 25c ltod and Whito Flannel 19c 35c Table Linen 31c 50c Tciblo Lliwn 39c 75c Table i.luon 17c Table Oil Cloth Five thousand yds or different kinds, of nlooo goods such as Calicoes, Ginghams, Dress Goods of all kinds will be sold during the great Surrender of our regular Salo at nearly one-ha- lf prlco so early buyers will reap tho 10 l-l-- 2c l-l-- 2c Men's heavy Flooied Llnod Shirts 33c or Drawers 50c Men's Ribbed Shirts or Draw50c $1.25 Men's all Wool Shirts or 8tc ers In Ked or White 19c 23c Children's Union Suits 38c 50c Ladles Union Suits $2.00 Men's or Ladles Sweaters ..$1.19 50c Ladles or Men's Swwaitera ..38c 19c 35c Ladles Vest or Panto 35c Boys Shlrt3 or Drawurs ...,19c 75c Men's heavy Top Shlrte ....39c $1.00 Men's all Wool Top Shirts. 79c $1.75 Men's all Wool Top Shirts 1.1! 19c 35c Men's Work Shirts 19c 33c Boys Work Shirts 38c 50ff Men's Work Shirts .'.... 30c 50c Men's Dress Shirts 33c 50c Boys Dress Shinto 30c 75c Men's Drss Shirts 79ft $1.00 Men's Dresa Shirts $1.50 Men's Dress Shirts all colore 89c , 8c Linen Collars 10c Clothing' Department. $7.50 ers ., 38c Draw- Men's Suits In Single or double Breasted all In up to date styijs peg top pants with side buckle3, vorth twW the amount wo are asking all go" in tills great Surrender $3.09 Sale per Suit .... 3.99 $3.50 Men's ."Suits 5.6S $10.00 Mon's;' Suits 6.S9 $12.00 Men's 'Suits . 8.30 $15.00 Men's'. Suits. $18.00 to 20.00 Mon's Suits ....11.C9 3.68 $0.50 Youth's Suits ' 4.h9 $ 10.00 Men's Overcoats 8.19 $13.00 Men's' ; Overcoats 1.S9 $2.00 Knee Suits at 2.39 , $3.50 Knee Suits $4.50 to 5.00 Knee Suits with Knickerbocker pants all wool guaranteed at tills groat Sale while they lLSt $6.50 $1.50 PrilJd N Knoe Suits Blue Serge ..4.13 Men's'' Pants with side buck- il.42 Dress Shoes 1.09 Dross Shoes 2.38 $3.50 Gun Metal Shoes 92c $1.25 Men's Arties $2.50 to $3.50 heavy work Shoes l.'SO $3.50 to 4.00 high top Boots ....2.78 $3.50 to 4.G0 Mon's Dress Shoes such as Gun Metal, Patent leather lace $2.84 or button at 1.09 ' $1.50 Boys Shoc3 at $2.00 to 2.50 Boys fino Shoes ..1.73 $2.00 Ladles Vlcl Kid Shoo3 ....1.29 $1.00 Ladles Arctics 74c $2.50 Ladles Viol Kid Shoes ..1.08 $3.00 to 3.50 ladles Uun Metal button or Lace at this Gneat Surrender Sale while they last $1.82 $1.75 Ladles heavy Shoes 1.19 $3.00 to 3.50 Ladles fine Shoes in Lace or Button Patient Leather all sizes at ...$2.19 Children's Shoes all sizes from-- 12c up to $1.19. v' $2.00 $2.50 Blankets 79c to Blannkets all Wool 2.89 89c Comforts to 2.50 Comforts .... '....$1.19 5.50 Hosiery and Notion Department. Pins lc Needles ..lc ' lc Pencils 3c Pearl Buttons 2c Hooks and Eyes .... 3c Safety Pins all sizes .X'A 3c 5c Brass Pins rf. Hair Pins (wire) Gray Sox ....4c 7c Gray Sox or Hose Men's Half Wool Sox, ...V lie 19c Men's all. Wool Sox .... 7c Black or Ton Sox .... 19c. 25c Men's Sox 7c Black or Tan Hose 12c Fleece lined Hose 25c Fleece Lined Hose ...... ....19c 12c 25c Ladles fancy Hose 10c Children's Hose v.7c 12c 20c Tiger Brand Hose Embroideries and Laoes at nearly half prlco during this groat Surrender Sale .4q 10c Towols each 20c Towols each vt.7c. 19c 50c puro Llnon Towels each 33c 50c Overalls or Jackets 81c $1.00 Overalls or Jacket .$1.7S $2.50 Slickers ,.79c $1.50 Suit Cases $1.21 $2.50 Suit Oases .....1.39 $3.50 Suit Coses .1.8iS , $3.00 Trunks, 3.98 $5.50 to C.50 Trunk '... Ladles Gripps from 35c to C5c. .........'.... ..." ." f v'o ......... Suspemlor3 Rubber Collars 15c Suspenders . 25c to 50c Su3penders 25c Glove3 Men's or Ladio3 $1.00' to 1.50 Men's Gloved 5c 8c 7c 19c les $2.00 $3.00 $4.00 .? 89c Men's Pants ....18c 89c Men's" Pants 5.00TMon's Pants Men's Jeans- - Pants all wool v $1.19 1.38 Women's Department. $15.00 $10.00 $8.00 $4.00 $5.00 $6.00 $7.50 $10.00 $6.00 $7.50 $10.00 to ... .,2.89 ,..S9c Hat and Cap Department. ....lCc 25c Men's Caps 19c 35c Men's or Boys Caps 7c 15c Work Cais 50c to $1.00 Men's or Boys Oap3..3Sc 79c $1.50 Men's Hats .. 89c $2.00 to. 2.50 Men's Hats $3.00 bo 4.00 J. B. S. Hats ....$1.09 1.39 $2.00 to 3.00 Mon'3 DerbyH $1.19 Men's Corduroy Pants $3.00 to 3.50 Man's Corduroy Pants 1.89 v 33c 50c to 75c Knee Pants 49o $1.00 Knickerbocker Pants $1.19 Men's heavy Work Coats d vantage Shoe Department. Men's Brogan Shoes all solid Loath- $1.09, . or guaranteed at .... 1.18 $1.50 Men's Brogans 1.39 $1.75 Men's Stono Crushers $2.00 Men's all Rubber Artlos ..1.53 Furnishing: Department. 35c 45c lGc Men's Shirts or Drawers Men's Shirts or Drawers ....19c $1.00 to 1.25 Men's Union Suite ..78c Ladles Suits $8.98- . Ladles Suits 5.39 Ladles Suits 7...3.C3 Ladles Tailor Made Skirts at 2.08 Skirts 2.98 Skirts 3.84 4.C9 Skirts C.y3 Silk Voile Skirts Ladles long Coats Blk only 2.5S Long Coats 3.98 Long Coats ...4.C4 Bear Skin Coats 1.CS $3.50 MIS303 Long Coats 1.74 $5.00 Mls'sos Long Coats 2.03 $1.00- Blankets 49c vT, ....' - that this sale will be a legitimate sale from start to finish. Hence all the accompanying guarantees. Besides the reputation of J. D. Reed is too well known to tho community for any doubts to enter any ones mind, but that all promises made in this circular will-bfullfilled in good faith and to tho letter. To stay away from this great sale is like throwing your dollars away. Can be confident nptrr TJITRT inC( rUDLlV If On account of the extramo low prices quoted on this, circular, positively no goods will be sold on credit THIS MEAN'S VOUI We are expecting enormous crowds at PTVTHT XM-tx LI this Sale, therefore we will ask' the -- JLV public to bo patient and wait for your turn. Plenty extr,a salespeople will be on hand to serve you. We ask the public to promptly report all complaints as to any discourtesy shown them. We wish to strongly emphasize that we want everybody that attends ppDl T! Mr.L this great sale to feel perfectly at home, and bo treated with due respect. So The entire front of this store will be covered with red and white lettered signs and banners with the: words, SURRENDER SALE printed on same. The hour is set and the date is appointed. you away from this mighty "Surrender Sale." Remember the place across the street from Cooper & Co. Livery Stable. i let nothing keep THE NEW YORK STORE IMITATORS BEWARE Hartford, Kentucky J.q.Reed,Proprietar QF s..V " .'1 ' WnZLmA iidmmmmkmu - -- , -- njr-j. ' 39W CENTRAL GROVE. K. H. Mddkx filled Jn. rognfer awtointment. .here Stetr hk ttfldhjr ami Sunday, Kov. If, P. Jrown keen elect d pastor for tho 18.-Rw. DUNDEE. W ensii-Syei- ir. "The Uvcr Pills act So Naturally and Easily." Jan. teiHMky. 9. Kev. Dturgin HHtd his appotatffi9il here Satowda-- of the order. From Boom? Lodgo come all of the Boore and older lodges In Louisville. ar Wileri (ho founder 4 Ufcgkt by Mr. J: taMi Friday with appropriate 4hool atthte plnco mlilch was (', 'JnclMon closed CXercl-,M- r. Artio" Kotve, of Muskegon, Mtetolgan, vlultwl relatives htro tlurlnis dip holidays. , jjWIsstfl Maltlq nnd I.M Tlohenor of tkte plapS aro tho guests- of Mr. and 'Mns. L. P. taney at Owensboro. Miss SatWo Hockor Is visiting her brother Mr. J. A. Hoclser and family East-Hartfor- quit, f0" '.J"', ina members aro particularly! infcrBiii m ums nmtJng, remng Such a statement, coming from Mrs, Nash and Mlts' May Davison thalh tli truo.sense, the Mother is, the cashier of a bank, shows what calling r w'UlJrett Kcm. confidence responsible people have Yuamaii who havo been iiw guests of Mr. Orover and Miss Vincy Tllford Pardon's Powm a Gem. in these pills. Mr. A. L. Wilson liomo Frc-for the peut wo;k ivturnd R. H. StubenvoH, AlUson after trying them wfotc: Monday. la., h pause of Dr. King's N'ew Life Meats Gertie and Flosi Fowivrs, Pllls "I have used Dr. Miles' Nerve nnd Liver l'llls nntl also your Oweoiisboro, am tho guost of fihir "Thoyrb such n health nois'.ty, Plllrt, on myself, with Mr. and Mr?. William Pow In.eviry home thise pills siiould be good results. The Liver Pills the benefit of tho church a sucoefs. Mas I I Tho box supper given at tho Bap tist church here s&turday r ght for diana No. 1 IojrIso by stabUbed thotordrdn Ininstituting Now Albany Lodgo Albany. For these roa j in N ,w CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 Ahtl-Pal- rf PER OPNT ims-tot- a I ' AVcgclablclYcparatlonrerAs-slmilaifrj- Miss Fanny a Chapmansof Ccntcttom n was tho guest of Miss Meek Hooker, trim Friday until Sunday. Mr. IClrby Park, salesman for the Central Coal and iron Co. fa visited his parents hera Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Birch Martin, of Hor-to- n visited Mrs. Martin's parents, Mr. J, V. RooJeT, Saturday anJ Sunday. Mr. E R, Blahcp ha3 sold lite farm to Mr. R. H. Rrown, and moved with lAs family to Williams Minis. Mr. Ofev Porter has moved to this community, from Centcrtown. jjMr. nnd Mrs. Oscar Arfiby and little uaugntcr iissio or Williams Junes, visited relatives hero Saturday and Sunday? Tha social at Mr. J. "W. Loner's last Saturday evening was much enjoyed. Those present were: Misses Pearl Brown, Geneva. Brown, Myrtla Park, Mock Hocfcer, Fannye Chapman, Fern Curtis, "Violet, Gladjs and Eunice Lxmoy. Messrs. Otis Cartw, John Carter, Clayton Rhoads, Barney Hcck- cr, Tom Brown, C, h. Loney, Anila Rowe, Noah Rowe, D. L. Bishop, Pir-tl- o Park, J. B. Rowe, Haydan Curtis. McH-en-ranld-Mr- -- net eo .nntumlly and bo easily that I scarpcly know that I have taken ft pill. Frequently being troubled with headache I take an Antl-Pal- n Pill and relief in every case." tY'llBon, Sparta, III. A. L. Mr. Wilson wns for a number of years cashier of the First National Bank of Sparta. ers. - J If Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills arc different from others. Many kinds of liver pills arc "impossible'' after one trial on account of their harshness. Dr Miles' Nerve and tiver'Pills do not act by sheer force but in an easy, natural way, without griping or undue irritation. ' They arc not habit forming. If the first bottle falls to benefit, your drunflltt will return the price. Ask him. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Myrtio Grant, of Louisville who has beQn tlw guaet of her rarenfs Mr. nnd Mrs. WlLxam Snc.der fcr tho past wweek returned home Thursday. Sunday school at this place is progressing nicely. Mr. Joshua Shreve'cf Richland Ind., spent Thursday night (with, his sen Mr. Carson Shrove. Mrs. Qtorgo Cummlngs w lio has loo very ill for tho past week is Ihou&'ht to bo sJowly Improving. Mr. and Irs. Roco'e FVintrciss tcid little son WilHam .sptent Saiturday night and Sunday with Mr. Al Harrison and family. Miss Mablo Daniel, of MaJUonvH'.o is visiting her sister Mrs. Ellen BowMrs. les. .Miss othr 2& Unds trlel in vain, AndVie drugsists. I SE DR. KINO'S well again. Only 25c I ing I i!K;FboffMtrRet;tila Uic S lonaths rttidBovtjs of Bears the Signature of ' ex nil m Ly& N. Operating Revenues. d The Loulsvillo and Nashville comiiny has Issued from tho confntroll r's s office a comparative s'tatcnient of ostimatud operating rall-roaas Tromolcs DigcstionOtf nritlur Opiunt.Morphinc norMiiieralJ ncss and RcstCnntnlns M AAf Y rvor NARCOTIC. JtoiptcfOtlDcSMIUmm. JixSaam JMtKtSittt- iJICOtcnckti&i Sumr follow si For fourth week of December 1910, $1,472;"00, corresponding week of last jtaaiStid i Ifv In year $1,315,039; Increase, $127,041 TolaljJ of four, weeks of December, 1910j$4,7b3,110; corwpondlng 'period of lasiljear, $4,483,844; increase, ?299, 26C.AJuly l to latest date .tills year, $27,956,24, corresponding period of last year, $23,949,238 increase, ?2,007-026- ." Use For Over Ancrfcct Rcmedv for Comfit Hon , Sour Stomach.Dlsrriiota Worms ,Comulsi(ms.reYtri$lr ncss andLoss or Sleep. Facsimile SiSnatureor Pearl StovenB spent Saturday Afraid to Stay Alone. Cherry Valley, Ark. Mrs. Carrie Moora of this place says, "I was afraid to 6tay by mjseJf. I had headache n?arjy all tho tlmo; my heart 'would palpitate, and my vitality Tva9 very low. Vhn I would lie down, at r.ight, I had no hope of living until day. I tried Canlul, and now 1 feel better than I havo for 5 years. I canmot praise Caixlul enough for what It did." Are jou a woman? Do you need a tonic? Try Candul, the wojnans tonic. Your druggfcjt soils htm. Mr. Pearce's lection was unanimous and the vote-treduce he capital stock was all but unanimous. On ly 203 shares weiro vcvd against the; proposition while the vote in favon represented 100,8731-- 2 shares as an- nounoed after the tabulation. Two or three thousand shares were afterward voted In favor of the resolution to cut I down tho capital stock but these were Por Infants and Children. not needed. The outstanding cap'ital stock is 133,533 shares, and tho The Kind You Have Always Bought vote necessary to carry the Bears the proposition was only S9.025 shares. o and Sunday with Miss Valeria Harri ' son. Thio Epworth League ds progressing nicely. Everybody come next Sunday night and wo will try to make the League interesting to jou and we are sure jou will come again. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Miitchlbll are thA J proud parents ofanother fine boy. Vgucoess to th6 Republican, Sinn RniuAi-r- i ffiint. Tho readers of this paper will be, pleased to learn thatthoreiis at least one, dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its btagos, and that is Calarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Cat arrh' being a constitutional disease, Hall's Catarrh' Cure is token internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving tho patient strength by building up tho constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to curie. Send for list of testimonials. Addrxrs F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti I . m pation. A s, NEW YOHrL ByTjTiffi iTi i Thirty Years fT'tt'Xi'3 rantced under the KoodoiJ Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA THC CIWTAV COMPANY, MCW fOH CrTT. CASTOR A POSITIONS for our graduates. GOARAKTEED you two-thir- ds position if you noed real soon. WE will usGUARANTEEWe tho a many moromand nt onco to supply enormoub dt Jr 4 w Quick climatic changes try strong constitutions and cause, among other evJls, nasal catarrh, a troublvsame Robinson Crusoe's Musket. and offensive disease. Sneezing and Philadelphia, Pa,, Jan. 0. Robinson snuffing, coughing and difficult brtatli Crusoe's old flint lock musket, by ,. Ing and tho drip, drip of the foul dis- which he kept himself and his man " charge Into the throat all am end- Friday alive, is on exhibition hero. . ed by Ely's Cream Balm. This hon- The flint lock which is said to be tl est remedy contains no cocaine, mer- 190 years old originally was the procury, nor other haranful ingredient. perty of Alexander SJldrk, who was BEAVER DAM The worst cases yksld to treatment, In cast away on Juan Fernandez island an. 11.- - --Rev. A. B. Gardner start in a short time. All druggists, 50c, Do Foe ed his annual protracted meeting here or mailed hy Ely Bros., 56 Warren and who was immortalized by In his "Robinson Crusoe." The Monday evening at tho Baptist Church Street, Now York. gun is tho properity of Louis .Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tlchenor spent Schmidt of this city. Sunday at Render with Mr. and. Mrs. Faint Lick Sick Lady. Claude Myers. Paint Lick, Ky. Mrs.- - Many FreeAmon? the Lodges. returned man, of Miss CllfXle Austin has this place, says: "Before I Every member of the Kn'ghts of from Taylor Mines whore 6he commenced to take Cardui, I sufferhome has been visiting relatives for tho ed so much from womanly trouble,, I Pythias Lodge No. 110 should be present at tho moating next (Tuesday night past fo(w days. was sp weak that I was down on Undo John WaddloandB. F.Gray my back neainly all tho time. Cardui Tho K. of P. quartette will furnish several songs at that time, and the are on the sick list. has done mo more good than any Mrs. Ben Thoma is very ill of medicine I ever took in my life." Program Committee has also provided some other interesting features for pleurisy. You need not be afraid to take Car- this meeting. getting along nicely dui. Our school is It is no now experiment. Comfor the second term. posed of gentle-actinhenb ingrediHartford Camp, No. 202, Woodmen The little Infant child of Mr. and ents, it has been found to safely remeetMrs. Claude Chick is very ill of pneu- lieve headache, backache, and similar of the World, held their ing here last Saturday night, nt which monia. Try It for your female troubles. time tho following now officers were Mrs. R. B. Lowo returned to her troubles. It elected for the ensuing term: ConGrc-vsafThursday home at Bowling sul Commander, Thomas Williams; ter spending a few days with har Advisor W. H. Park; Banker Sherjarnets. FOR FLETCHER'S man Chamberlain; Ckrk, W. C. WalMr. Claude Moormam was called lace; Escoit, J. C. Tannier; Watchman homo from Louisville Sunday on the - ,m E. W. Lewis; Sentry, James Plrtlo; account of tho illness of his wife. Alleged Sale of Votes. Physician, Dr. E. B. Pendleton. Mr. Moorman is engaged in thostroot Frankfort, Ky Jan. 1C. Chargis car business at Louisvllh?. newspapers of tho State The following officers wore ln- Mr. Travis Davis has bought a made In the that members of tho Kontucky legis- stalltd by Acme Lodgo i. O. O. F., houso and lot on Mulberry street Mr. kB4vis will move in the near futuro to lature have sold their otes on cer- at the regular meeting last Friday tain meabiuries and to elect officers of night. P. G A. B., Rlloy; N. G W. s now home. by pupils of W. K. this state will bo investigated by tho R. Hedrick; V. G., W. C. Wallace; play given Sec'y., C. M. Barnett; Trtas., A. B. S. last Thursday night was quite n grand Jury in session here. Daniel 0'Sullian, a Louisville edi- Ulley; Con,, Wayno Stevens; War., success. Tho same play will be given tor was summoned to appear before Jamts Nance; U. S. N. G., W. E. Elo,t McHonry Saturday might grand Jury to tell what ho knows lis; L. S. N. G., S. F. Itlley; R. S. V Mr. Larkin Williams spent Satur- the bought votes, G., T. P. Williams; L. S. V. G R. day and Sunday in tho Washington about men, who have and legislators who have sold votes. A. Ward; Chap.; J. W. Bruncr; R. S. neighborhood with relatives. O'Sulllvan recently had a card in a S., M. L. Hudson; L. S. S. Fred RobLouisville (paper in which he stated ertson; I. G. Fred Cooper; O. G D. Ends Winter's Troubles. TJ many, winter is a soaeon of that at the recent meeting of tho Dm D. Sciuoader. toes and ocratlc state executive committee The froat-bitte- n trouble. at the time tho 6tarte prifingers, chapped hands and lips, chilOn iMonday night, January 23, s, red and rough skins mary was called, ho saw men pres- Boone Lodgo No. J, I. 0. O. F of Louis blains, ent who had made fortunes by brib vlllo will give all Odd Fellows withprove ithiB. But such troubles fly Buckien'a Arnica Salve. A itmlaJ ing members of tho legislature. In in reach of Louisville, oms of the oonvlncea.. Greatest heaJer of Burns, spector Noel Gaines, of this city, Nvas greatest treats that has been given BoJiB, PiltB, Cuts, Sort, Bruises, before the grand Jury, and gave tho In this section for many years. On Eozema, and Sprains. Only 25c at all names of a number of lobbyists hero that night the 1st degree will bo givei during tha transactions during the to 100 candidates In the Armory at m druggslta. last legislature looked into. Sixth and Walnut, Merrick Lodge No. To Cut Stock in Half. 31 oflJexinston Kentucky by Its deWild Beasts. gree team, will do the work in this Louisville, Ky., Jan. 1C ThoBtook-IiqMw- s Kill More The number of people kiled yearly degree. Every Odd Follow Lodo in of &Q Citizens National Life IuBumnce company decided to reduce by wild beasts don't approach Ibe Kentucky and Southern Indiana has thlr capital stock, from l,5Q0.000to vat number Mlkd by disease genms. been invited and it ia expected that $70,000 to conform to a reconraen-datlo- n No life is safe from their- attacks. fully 4,000 members will be present. of t&e insurance cammlsaloa- - They're In ari, water, diwt, even Speotel arrangement have fern anwdo of MlMlwipp, Alabama, (Tonnes-m- e food. But rond protection Is afford- wUh the Railroads and laterunrfian and Katueky. Tha stockholders ed by Electric Bitters, whrich destroy linus so that every member who wtelh-ttfao Aleetud 36 diractoro, making &ov-- w and xpell tftece deadly dskta&e genms to attend can do so. Grand Sire ohhnaw 1h tint directorate. At tttm the tfybtiau, Tli&t's why ohMls, Cockrum and V, II. Locdy, Grand of fleers wurt fevr sad ague, all makvniail and many Secretary of Indiana will be. TirttKUit the dlreetera meW 4ctd beaded ,by C3rle D. Pearee bMeaA, cUfauafrtti yield proratptty to ibis Ail the Grand Lodge Officers of Ktin-tucm presld&at. Mr. Pearce had aeted woiWful bteod purllfer. OYy Owen. have bejn invited acd will be aJoy iba gloriovw keaMb. nd present. 4 m president sinco (the rajlijnatloa of Boone Lodge U tho old-ledge of Uio AUegliatKy V(, II. Gregory, Deoember 7, wNh sw trsAh ty'lH give you. Moa-- y took, if mot satfcrfkaL Only 50c Mounklae, having been. uatiilaJud the Gregory broth ore sold their beld-Ap- g m February lOialSW, by. Graad Slro to ehe iafMrmtB reyroffW(eA' Uy at bU duMtfgJtitB. g, Signature of S&feiW numtor of students tills ofler will write at onco for particulars. oeo. s t Bt'll BozaMi and Mr. Herbert Chinn, both of Hartford, were quietly marnlcd at tho home of the groom's sister, Mrs. Mattio Boswell, at 401 West Second .street. Thursday morning nt 10:30 o'clock. Misa Laura Thftvnntorinnv RnTarth.r.Iiihn .vM..& wtt.tttl.r f pHsyj rHINClFALt v. arnwAKTZ nissrwwMsiii w i S2) BDSINKSS dOLIiEGE INCultrOMATkO inn4 As soon ns wo got tho required bo withdrawn. So LOUISVIt.TTX KY. VAf A.WAf07. Ur-r,crA- c leArreeong w Plentiful (h&p- - osrovS' un urnnnnnnrtfl lwiTJov Lewis Powell pastor of Settle Memorial Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Chinn have returned to Hartford, where they will make their home. Owensboro Messenger. r 'grssss?yejv7icwsss yisiriess 77sj3eusv7n or y 7ees-eri- e n USUALLY """ Tz'Smarms3 ' " rular n Children Cry -- Everything For the Kitchen You'll find every kHd nnd description cl kitchen utcnsIJi in ourlareo stock til carefully kclectcd for cood oluc. We malio a spcclnltjr o hotuihold wares, buy in Iiuko lota uoiX can to cell clocr. Yon will be Intcre;,-- ! la our new line ot SPECIAL Don i i j CASTORIA Until January 30, 1911, Only g & & i & "1892" Pure Spun Aluminum Cooking Utensils A new end better waro which Insures lcalthlullood, cs It cinnotch.poff. itfcck, tarnish, nor spoil food flavors. r Thellebest.brlcritest.loncest-lustlniwaroon trio market cuaruntecd 1? 49 The Hartford Republican ONE YEAR AND THE & 15 years. lor 4? ? Our line nt paints and vorntahesls the largest In town, llcfore you do cny palntlne, talk It over wlUi us. Wo can save you money. 4? 4? HERREL EROS., To3lc-JC3r-t- . Ky. 4? 4? 4? 43 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 '49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 LouiSYille Daily Herald h & J 4? ONE YEAR & FOR & Going Like Wildfire spread demand for cold-soro- be-fo- ro That's the way to describe the wide- Walter Walltnan's '' Great BooK $2.75 No Orders J & l i l I & THE AERIAL' AGE One crltlo calls It a "faRclnatlni; record of solentlflo tuHentuio"; another compares It to "a swift sailing; ship, wit Science at the helm, and Adventute In the fortop"; still another ayu thut "It brlstUs with udenture,and Is brimful of education In alntlon." Anyhow, It Is a Kreut seller, as each day's ordem show, r Received thn at this 1911. Price After & January 30, 0 0 o AGENTS to-d- WANTED. Send All Orders to The m ad your application for exSend clusive territory, with 33 cents for 32 pueo agent's prospectus and successful selling .eunvass. Deduct the. 33 cents from first remlttunce for 5 or moro jboks. Address, HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, o ilur wt At fe. KELLER & CO.. 27U Hartford, Kentucky. Marbrldse llulKlln Droadway aod Uth St.t NI1W ? 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As tho Incorporated into thi comtagjufatforan l- -i dttort and,fcoprlttori l&w nnw sta'Bds the money tor this In other words If ne? swry,Jrtfn tall J. NEV FOSTE dispense Is taken from the general must wag tlw dog." This mius vry county fund, which is contributed to much like tho tamo old iurg nt to Address all communications liy th .x pay rs in, tho gradediFohool tactics which brought defeat to tho The Hartford Republican. district bo pay a rpeclal tax for party last November, and lor which school 4;irposu9 tar beyond that which moSt Insurgents, Includlng'ene Albert -. Is paid by tho county common school J. Beverklge, are wry inailteSt. Kentucky Rupubllmns havi neVtr b en -- .21. districts and must pay tho exponfc. .. rioucl of collection, and of hpldlag school bothered with Insurgency. 'They havolr and is only of merelections besides, out of their own boan willing jo accpt tho lenders who'Jk FI11DAY, JANUARY 20. doubla taxation and have won tlHr spurs through party i 5k we begin This is move In funds. service and who have bean promot d L should bo repealed. is lines of selWenoid no now brand of Republicans from tlmo to time by ihtfaetlon of mj ion A. S. Tho Kentucky-State-Un.Kentucky. Kentucky Republicans More- only. on of tho party In tho rank and file of any of E. which wasbold In Bowling over, Kentucky RpublIcanslHivi nl- -j aro Just REPUBLlCANS.-withou- t of be athandle or prefix to it, and ithey do Green last' week was fairly well ways stood for progress.'. Our la? s fail tended and will be a memodabla on platfonns declare In no uncra'ni will be a not need to be classified. In many respea's. The business of tones for better bohools, a? non-imj BEGAN JANUARY.11. 1911. In giving n report of the proceed- tho session was transacted In a quiet tlsan judiciary, an improved tox sys- ings of the fiscal court of Ohio coun- orderly way and thore was a fili- torn and for taking the pr'sms and charty In our last Issue we erroneously ng of hopefulness among the dele- itable Institutions out of frailties, in stated that the county poll 'tax was gates prifiont for the future outlook fact the nanty in tills statoi stands Men's Suits, regular price $10, Clearance1 price SG.75 poll lax will bo of the society In Kentucky. Those fflxed at $1.50. The committed to almost everyiidea ad- - Men's Suits, regular price $12.50, Clearance price $8.50 11.00 as it has been for several years. present from the Burley District anvanced at this meeting, unlfae Ih y the want U3 to follow LnF6lttt! CumMen's Suits, regular price $15, Clearance price Tho road hand tax has been reduced nounced that that section of $11.75 state was ready and anxicius to tak mins, Bristow and Beverldgooff nf-tfrom J1.G0 to $1.25. Men's Suits, regular price $1G.50, Clearance price ...$13.50 up the A. S. of E. organization, hiav- .' Men's Suits, regular price $18.50, Clearance price ... $14.75 a democratic tariff. If this Is to Republican Moans SomuShlng lng found through the failure of the "To bo ' Men's Suits, regular price $2", Clearance price '' be tho effort, tliesj g'jntlemen''are not $15.75 , Now in Kentucky" From the head- Burley Tobacco Society that someYouth's Suits, regular price $5, Clearance price lines of .the Loulsvillo Herald, Sun- thing of a more substantial nature only inyltlng party dissension, but $3.75 Kentucky PARTY DISASTER. day edition. Youth's Suits, regular price $8, Clearance price' as a farmers organization is nodd $6.20 , ar.o for a protective tariff, It has always meant some- ed to make the pool a success. The - Youth's Suits, regular price $10, Clearance price $7.25 thing to bo a Republican In Ken- loose organization to which anyone as is fully half the Democrats of 'i tho state whtjn you sound iQie.ni, or sotucky. In tho past It lias meant could belong by merely pooling his to- place position where th-them in cial ostracism, and frequently brok- bacco and allowing the men at the In head to take care of the nest, will are compelled to show hands. W at the polls. en heads Ladies' Suits, regular price $10, Clearance price $6.25 years gone by it has meant the re- hot be attempted again in that sec- cannot gain any votes in Kentucky hy linquishment on tho part of young tion of the state. An organization crowding tho Democrats off their platLadies' Suits, regular price $12.50, Clearance price. ..$8.25 Wilwn we adopt Democratic Republicans of any expectation of which brings 'the work and responsi- form. Ladies' Suits, regular price $16.50, Clearance price. ..$11.50 holding any state office, and very few bility close to the Individual citizen principles, we are simply . inviting Ladies' Suits, regular price $18.50, Clearance price. -- .$13,50 County offices. However, from the is tho thing which they have found members of our party to ivoto the Ladies' Suits, regular price $20, Clearance price. ... $14.75 manner Jn which both the grate and to be necessary. An immediate at Democratic ticket. to place any reform. measIn order National administrations have ben tempt will b3 made to organize thl3 We have many broken lots of Shoes for men, ladies, and children to close. We rewarding Democrats with offices of part of tho state with bright pros- ure on the statute books wo must have placed these on our bargain counters with prices within reach of the man or wondering pects of success. The new president first carry tho Legislature, , Senate Jafce, many Republicans are whether or not it MEANS MORE TO Mr. Froman, is a man of abiltfy who and House. We have never had conlady with a slender purse. We also have a lot of short-lengtin most every deBE A DEMOCRAT. Is wWnlv known amoncr ifcha farmers of trol of both houses and It will reDress Goods line, to close at less than original cost. partment of our years u,w a VoWm! revolution to bring It is evident that the democracy Kentucky having served thrctt Ith'8 about under, 0l,r ,rosnt "n" considers that the recent election as president of the Kentucky State nnrl nt ravn n ""r iuji uumueui ul iKHisiavive uia Wnfmnra has brought prosperity to that parElections in Kentucky aro member of the State Beard of Agri- triots. ty to a degree that warrants its leadWhile all the ' delegates won by votes, and not by HIGH culture. ers in turning up their noses at the We sugsorry that Mr. Oantrell could not SOUNDING RESOLUTIONS. old simple life under Mr. Brjan and were society, gest to these young Republicans, howthe long succession of defeats. Where- - remain at the head of the yet they wero glad to be able to obtain ever good their intentions may be that &s they once sat down to "dollar .. they bo careful and not I should U .11,. Beivmes ui suui uu auis ttiiu.v- now dinners," at tho bannUbt dfecord. The of seeds penencea leauer. in memoirs oi me sow the newsheld in Baltimore, b which will convention State announce dispatches paper that Society In Warren county and the composed of delegates ohesan by citizens of Bowling Green, treated the old mule was fed upon seventhe visiting delegates with every the rank and file, will niako the ty five gallons of diamond .back terra- courtesy and with generous hospitali- platform. Sentiment should and will pin, 1650 pounds of Jersey Capon, 550 ty. Tho State Union has never been come up from the peopl", and not canvassed back ducks, 45 Smlthtleld few. city where tho de- down from a sUf appointed, hams, 1000 COCKTAILS, 550 quarts of h?ld in a town or This is in lino with , the idisx of th" " FA1RV1EW. Bau-- 1 legates have been shown the cordial & relatives, Champagne and 400 quarts' of die are ableto he out on Uio street i at this place Saturday any greater extent ekctlon of United States Senators by aBaln- ' Is tho democracy clad hand to terne. And this I popular rate. Yoii can very safely Jan. 17. Mrs. James Myers and son, and Sunday. M a Green. They in Bowling -- which w- - N- - Beck who has boon JUr- used to claim to represent than mt. mnun wnuams'sjKjne, .Bristow. Oklahoma aro visit- were not given an opportunity to leave all these questions to tlm.,der and Friday at LlveTmore. COMMON PEOPLE. the ing friends and relatives In this and 1ulte ' of Brlght's disease Is epecd much money there and in fact legates of the State cowventloa and Miss Lizzie Wilson, of near Pond surrounding communities. thought to be Improving. In the meantime look after yourown i thinks it when they deparated for their trains Tho Hartford Heiald Mls3 Mollto Miller of ttoe Exoclslor Campbell, Rosine,' Mrs. Charlotte legislative districts and "if you have Run, is spending ,& few days with JhinJvS we are trying to ''put our foot they found their hotel bills all sot-tk- d her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Myers Mon- - neighborhood is visiting ber brother great been sending Democrats to represent In full. This Is In such on the hub of th political band wag Stanley. Mr. Tolbert Miller of this placo. day. j on,' because we recently praised Pres- contract to the treatment at Frankfort you, attempt to correct your record Mr. Jim Tichenor Is on the sick Mr. Albert Rowm of tho Central Mrs. .Ida Graff Rosine visited Mr. by nominating tho vary best men In ident Taft's Admlnistnitlon andpre- - the capital city, last year where list. Grovo neighborhood Visited Mis. and Mrs. Robert Myers last week. we were compelled to pay hall rent the party, men who are in sympathy toni and dictodhils Quite a number of teachers are goMr. and Mrs. C, C. White and Chll- - Proshia Rains Tuesday. having last year crlticlsd the manner for meeting In the old dllaatpidiated with .those who do the voting. "The ing to school here. Success ,to the Republican. dren visited their nephew Mr. C. W. The Senate Chamber, state property, that people are not only demanding a rein which ho was nominated. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Murry of Tay- White and family Cedar Grovo from vision of the rax system, but they Herald professes to believe that this the delegates could not fall to make In town Sunday. lor MIu;s is an dndlcaatlon that we are not note of it. Wo shall always have a are demanding, and have a right, to We are" glad to have Mr. Guy Hazel-rlg- g Friday nutll Sunday. exptot LOWER TAXES and better Misses Bessie K. and Ruby Acton A no good word for the members of equity sincere in our claim that we in our mldst'again.' visited their grandparents Mr. and county and for her citi- service. Unles3 wo adopt a platform man's halter." To most persons, with In Warren from Liber' A largo crowd discriminating minds, this very fact zens and the citizens of- - tho thriv- and nominate candidates for office ty and Taylor Mines attended church Mrs. T. W. Acton, Sulphur Springs, Ely's Cream Balm K Saturday. to appeal to and hold the confidence fMBAUVl would indicate that we are ing city of Bowling Green. It quickly abiorbed. Mr and Mrs 0scar Olato of the laboring people, especially nere bunuay nuenL yhat wo claim. AVo can condemn Civet Relief at Once. Miss Shultz. of Fordsville Is spend- Qn thQ tho man nt the plow, the nominations nmfA intQ om. HIT HIM AGAINJOE. ."when wo think necessary, or praise, Itckanses, soothes, will not be worth tho paper required Ing a few days dn town with relatives. fam of Rey T j heaU and protects wheadlserved. When an officer"make At the Democratic banquet held at -- . " m.ij T iura. duiuiu in 'buuuiub to moke out 'the certificates ie place S. Hughes has about complet the diseased mem.good" one term we have always Baltimore this week with her mother and sister this week. ed a nice addition to his residence. brane resulting from them upon the ballot. ..contended that he deserved a sec- Catarrh and drives J. C. S. Blackburn, theeamowihom Miss Isabollo Bean left Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Blllio Autry, visitThough this paper has not President Roosevelt appointed Gov. of ond. awny a Cold in tho Owensboro. ed Mr. Autrys parents near Salem, ueaa quicuiy. declared in lavor of President Taft Panama at a salary of $14,000, broke OLATON. UFXtwti stores tho Senses of It Sunday. I Ull Rtcently Tho loose and this is what he is rapontud or Escaped With His Life. Tiisto and SujqII Full size CO cts., atDrug-cis- ts 7 Will Daniel, Angolo, N Jlr. Jan. Messrs. Horaco and Harry Hughes "T.wonty-on- o ilerald condemned tho Democratic to have said about his friend: years' ago I faced an . or by mail. In liquid form, 75 cents, Y. is visiting his mother Mrs. tly Brothers, CO Warren Street, New York. awful death," wrtlee, H. B. Martin, wont to FWedaland Monday. "Executive Committer tcr calling a "Col Roosevelt came In for a large Daniel. Mr. Elijah Daniel Olaton was In prlmai-ont HarrolPson. S. C. "Doctors said election and for failing to share of the maledictions hurled at Dr. J. S. Bean, was dn town Monday race. This the Republican party. Form or Sen consumption and tho dreadful our m81 Sunday evening, iholudd the Senatorial afternoon. Ho left Monday night for I had Mr- - Walter Myers is in school cough Iliad looked liko Itsuro enough weeks issue charge Sena'.or McCroary ator J. C. S. Blackburn, ol Kentucky Ohio. at Narrows, everything, I could hear of, with bdng a "bolter" or words to that claimed the privilege at the afterMr. John Dugan. and family have I tried " " , Tfoct. This fall when Tho Herald Is noon for my cough and was under the treat-- . of dealing with the moved to Mr. C. D. Bean's farm. , Saved Her Own Life. ttlng in its best llcka advocating' Colonel. He declared that the "now Mr. Tt C. Bean has rented a farm mont of the best doctor in Geoxso-- I 4Jio election of nominee McCrinry for nationalism," by Col. near Oak Grovo church and will move town, S. C, for a year, but could ; Lebanon Jet, Ky. Mrs. Minnie enunciated Governor, wo will try and. nest reta- - Roosevelt, was filled with treason, r got no relief. A friend advised me Lamb, of this place, soys, "I bollwq his family .there soon. tho Herald's "denper and darker" than any charged Idato by comparing Murphy wtho has had: a to try Dr. King's New Discovery. I I would have bean dead before now, had Mr. Will 1 It not been for Cardul. utterances then and now, though we against tho Soutlh from 61 to 65." I haven.'t had very severe case of Tonsllltts Is much did so, and was completely cured.' temptation ds going to l" know the sine I ocrai- feel that I owe my life to this groat one of those bad ape-ll- s bettor. great. positive- -' menccd to use your medicine," Car- INVITING DISSENSION. Mrs. J. S. Bean Is visiting relatives throat and lung cure." Its ly guaranteed for coughs, colds, and dul is a specific mcdlclno for the) A number of persons, calling them- In Louisville this week. Along with tho other reforms which COc & $1.00. Ills that women suffer. ClardiuUs Miss Ruth Gbdsey amd Mr. Harvey all bronchial affections. the Republicans should adnocato In selves "Young Republicans hold a 'Sunday Trial bottle free at all druggists, m made from harmless vegetable platform are neces meeting in "Louisville last Saturday, Qulgglns, were married Jast their next stato It is a safe, reliable medisary amendments to tho present eohool Wo am a little anxious to know Why afternoon at tho home of the brides SxAtG.H.T cine, successfully used by suffer- CEDAR GROVE. they nunly the word "young," for father Mr. John Godsey. Tho Jbnjde law. Thla law which was Introduced nvmeu lor moro 'vnan 1UW 17.--Bro. Harper filled hisreg- Is a very popular young lady and 'tho Jan. by a. Democrat, and passed by a Dem-rat- many of those names have been famiTr Lt for S- a" legislature, has prawn lOtkJf liar faces on committees and In Re- groom Is qulto a nice young roan. The ular appointment at this place Sun- - gists. It many friends Join In wishing them day. at Kat twwvty very unsatikfactory to a giat many publican an helps hurts, but It won't cure Health is very good In thda com- Besides at least twenty of a long, happy and ixrospcprous life. For ytnrs. jHsoplo in, the rural idstriets. aching tooth, wonn't wake a marred MANDA j munlty at present instance under the Courts decision the thirty present are now 'holding Jan, 10. Health la 4hts community one. look like Ha old self. Takes a N Mr. Fred Myur and mother, of Ok- BEAVER DAM. a common, school disjilct which had office, aro exoffloa holders, or avowed l&homa, are vtelttng rolatdves and Js very good at this writing, The rest of them were sUllful, experienced deuttet to do iwW building and candidates. Hono In debt for a Mr. Robert Raloy of Bowling Green f the Jan. 11. The series of meeting friends here. Jiad been.ablo to pay only a part of niontioned .In the columns that Get all the sympathy you which have been going on for the Loallo Greer, i the Indebtedness when the nuw school Loulsvillo Herald, Sunday edition, as past week at tho Baptist church are Mr. Magglo Weddingof Ralph, visited in visiting relatives at ,thl place. but for real relief and good, Mr. V. R. Her, of McHsury,. vtelt- - oB, Ilsa last iweeik. law took affect, must lwy double tax-t- probable candidates, by Argus. progress. There have been deathl work ake hb appotntmea Mr. and ilre. Wayaie Bowell of Nar ed his parente and ohdWreni of. Uita But what excuso for thla meeting? still in In. order to discharge tihelr' old conversions and eleven additions rows visited relatives here Sunday, jwlth-u- s place Sunday, fer the. praetleal way ofget- and ay the now atsss-jneo- t Certainly these young and unsophis five ohMaatlons .. IIJVC JfVOV AT. 1fllfki nt MMM Xtloii TlnnA ......v. w. Olaftfin lvnx Iha .. ...... ..w .a.a T)nM .... oiwl .t4A. XJ. wr. rr...u. - J1C- - I AlX. ...... WJUlCt ll AACH9 BUJC. XWlb .w mjm Im n ould not attempt to tho church. A large crowd has county school ticated politicians W.HV., HXyiMi VI "which goes to tho been present at every service. sueet of her cousdn, Miss Ella Mltch Henry are vteklug their paraBite Mr.'owR Hi bridge week In this 4ow .when the house Is eventually to BOSS the work of tho coming und and " Mr. Travis Davis has moved Into ed last week. and Mrs. John F. Beck at thte wrR-- l. State Convention and far bo It from for It belongs to the county 7. tow ,n' 1T extlsoted wlth, dlsrtlct as was formerly us to even Bupge&t Mich a thing. Wo his now residence on Lafayette street Mtea Mlnale Wedding roturned.test lng. tlio ! uBtwd- - T of Pond Run, was we,k fron a buah trip to Rich- - Mr. J. C. Leaeh J"1 Mr. elect-J- s presume hey mean well, notwithhk wokrttook " the caee. A mora simple .way of 7, which contained sevaral iWvl. land lnd. too in our silelst Sunday. trustees slrould be had. A 6eret standing they almost protest Alter a eownWerable search Mr. Clayton speiit Monday night , Mlw' May ForeBAn Sulptowr Spstoaw lars. DR. H. J. BELL, ballot, with all of tho unwjeesbaary much la advance, against any surmise vmu the guaet of coiwkw Misses the Jaws of ithe purae ww found ' of us .who com- wd tape whteii that Implies, is on the part of tihoiooj n"A t......i.u.hV with his fattier and uvoth&r at tfeis ( rJe.llla otul Kljula . -- . DENTIST, I . WVvr(fcinn -- a fiBa.iiiadav u- .inu1.n it. -uw 8rlB. ntceiMWry'ln electing members ..nn ii, 4UM.W tvn yiv iiwuuiotu piaoe. nu:.. :. b. .k joe eue ,,i ui tij. nwww Pf. Hartford, Ky. Sunday. Mr. Joe Stewart of ataunonB vWt- sWit iflwuto la the graded voters la the ''rtote, Uwt they aro for B. F. Gray and Mr. Mr. the school Hartford Republican. , ad Jan. Clearance Sale! BEGAN JANUARY Stocktaking ( ( 11, 1Q11. 2lirr we have lots two weeks away this work. before chandise that must repricing distributionquick our purpose these merchandise every side and many Opportunities lingand that the greatest values cannot advertised because limited space. It to attend. remarkable occasion. Don't GeSALE r- Clearance Sale on Men's Suits i et , SK '- I Clearance Sale on Ladies' Suits. hs Tns-Iti- it. Don't Fail to Visit Us During This Sale And Secure Some of These Bargains, U- 1 ssssssssssssssssssssssssqr imirojp I Hartford, & COMPANY, CARSONInoorporcited. vl t "w-aa- r Reliable Remedy ITARRH -- v. : Hi Lf C.-:E- , ' mass-meeti- ng J ic ". SYMPATHY w jl 1 if jM Lea-Wilso- J. W rt k J"eai8. l J Johna! ad - hr v- - v, . " .1 - nf' - . " , JU v '" ' jmlIUbV. -'' ...... ..,.., ,i.,, - f tMi nliif m - rrr- - " - rr-W- T rVf ', jr. Mr, Oswald Hocker has accepted a Mr. Viak Barnatt wfcs In Owensbore from Saturday until Monday vfolMng position as stenographer with At'torneys Wilson hnd Crowo. relative. of Prof 0 N. Stewart has closrd a EErMo Morten, Uie drugglt Mr. JhOentertowh, was traJMswtlEg business sueetissful school at Rlckctt'a school-hoon rcuVj 2. H3 left Saturday m hero Monday. accepted a fof Ms home at Select Mtas Edna Hudson has Mrs. A o. AioKinuey, routo 1, was position with Attorney O. D. Likens a pleasant caller at ttta offlc-- j Satas. stenographer. Miss Emma I'ark and Mrs. J, rf. urday. She and her huaband will move Tappan wlsltod In Beaver Dam, Sat- to Olaton In about a month. Lena Monro w,' Lewis a not'd Saolal-I- st urday afternoon. is Always a Special Month ,sp ak r will speak at tho Ccurt FcrdS-vlll- o Mr. Cal i Keown went to With Us in Our Big Saturday on business, roturr.ilng House on Friday January 27, at 1 p m..Sh is fn!d to be one of the Monday afternoon. niott. rloqunt orattns of the Sotcal- Nuts, Candies Cakes and Fruits Ist mo aunt In this country. V of all kinds at tho City Restaurant Thor? have beun ovji?30,000 ra'd 'fllfc all Of tho tlmo. Taio and Tate, pro out at th tobacco wajyflicuso in Hart BV 26tl prlotora. ford slnc its openhfe on Uu first Mr. James Thomas spent aeve day of last DocembJr, and over a days of last week at Morgantown.Mn half niIllioiK.pounJa of tobacco ha 3 tho lntoreat of the Thomas Monumen There are many reasons for this. The been r " - ed. Bdfore the hous clos-0- 3 tal Works. In iln spring' It is SBtlinatjd that Meajrs. H. N. and Joe Tata have otwb n $00,000 and $70,000 will ba factories are in position to give us j moved their families hero from Bea- paid cuf Tobacco Is pouring In ov jry ver Dam, and have rented thsOuonth-e- r day, and on the beat days over 40,-- 1 we cannot obtain special values prcparty oa Conter street. 0007 pounds are rec lvd. Mr. Wilany other month in the year, hence OVERCOAT" LOST LcsTT gray over- liam J. Riley thj rccilv2r, Is shipcoat, on Hartford and Llvermcire road ping ral cats of lcose tobacco this enables us to give you the special Tuesday aft.rncon, January 10, "Sear to Ownsboro each w.wk. Llvermoro, Ky. Return to William Tuesdaj dunlrg ithe noon hour at Big Values. Now we cannot go into 27t4. Sohraader, Olaton, Ky. Washlrgton school house Damon Tlni3 Mr. Wlliiiaui benroauer, of Ola'.ou,, ley, tin oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. detail concerning these was a pleasant caller Sa'unlay. Ho O. R. Tlnsley, met with a painful acIs anotlwr one of The Republican's old cident A boy nam;d Allen passed we can assure you many of subscribers, and says he will be on tho school houso nnd while poking n our list 'as Jons as he llvs. gun through a It was dischargwe offer in our 5c and such Leave your Laundry at Cjeve Iler's ed, th. load striking joung Tlnsley In grocery. Work guaranteed and prompt the calf of the right leg, tiarlng out 10c Basement cannot he duplicated Agent for Madlsonville two inclus of fLsh. No bonis Were delivery. Steam Laundry. Madlsonville Ice & Injured In the accl'ent, and while by any house in Ohio county, and Laundry Company, Incorporated, tf the' wound Is very painful, it Is paying our Basement Mr. Fred Cooper, city, and Luther thought the young man will get along Chlnn, of Beaver Dam, left Monday all right. Ho was brought to Hartvisit, you will go away and adverfor Oweosboro? where thy bought ford bj his falh.r and his wound was several buggies for their llwry bus- dress- d by Dr. A. B. Rll ' the same time feel tise us, and iness in this city and B'ovt Dam. Notice to A. S. of E. Members. your cash has been well invested. MIss',Fannye Whittlnshlll, formerly AftT having faibd to hold our ims- -' stenographer for Attorney O. B. Liular m 'ting on account of ttoa naln. Pay us visit, go to our Basement, kens, but reoontly employid at Fords-vlll- e wo ha decided to call a inoitang of has accepted a position with Una with pays to and remember Hartford Magisterial District, Am ri- -j law firm of Heavrln and Woodward can S)cljty of Eqult, to m t with' All kinds of Feed Stuff, Chicken the' Waslvlnglton Local, on Thursday store saves you money. Grits and Shells, and Seed Oat3 for February 2, at 1 o'clock p. m. Camsale by. W. E. ELLIS, Tlhllo Produce onb, co.ue all, ard IJt 113 t busj. sale by, '' GEORGE P. JONES, Ch'm'n.' W. E. ELLIS, The Produo3 Mart. O. R. T1NSLEY, So'y. 27t4 Hartford Ky. WANTEDT-To SALESMAN look Hartford Market Report. after our Interest In Ohio and adReported by W. E. Ellis January 19. jacent counties. Salary or Commis- Eggs, tresh . par doz. 16c sion. Addrcsa, lb. 9 Chix LINCOLN OIL CO.. 9 Fowla Cleveland, O. 27tl Cdx, Old ...." " 4c j Prof. Will S. Taaylor vlsilted his old Cox, Young v ...." " 0c j having Turlvjs Hens. Young .. ..." " 14c friends In Hartford J. returned from Wisconsin, where he TurWs,' Hens. Old .... ..." " Uci V. S. Carson wants Cross Ties- - 27tf. has In scliool for the pas: year. TurkSjs, Toni3, Young .. ..." " l"c Try the meals and lunches at the He will vdslt his parents at Prentls Tuikejs5, Toms, Old .... ..." " lie City Restaurant They ore fine. 26t4 a few dajs, and then 1 ave for Bow- G'om, F. F. & Fat ...." " 7c ling Green, 'where he will enteir school Du. F. F. & Fat c . ..." " JANUARY 20. FRIDAY, Tho City Rostauracit is the best " 71-2- c A, King and family have re- Hid s, G. S. No. 1 Green Mr. J. place to go when you are hungry 26t4. " Mrs. E. J. Hudson, who has been turned from C lovls. New- - Mexico, llnolsCentralRallroad--Tlm- e Mrs. Cooper Entertains. quite HI for several dajis is but lit- I where tlwy havo resided for the post Mrs. E. W. Cooper cf Nashville, Table. several months. Mr. King tcok up Term., entertained the members of the tle Improved. At Beaver Dam Kv. some land near CMovIs, Ladies Social Club on Wednesday Misses i--j and Mattio TIchenor on'd Government has received his title. He will at rnoon, at the home of Jier parents wero vlsCtlng Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Nnnlli Untiuri. Norlli Hound. make his home at Bavtr Dam, w here Col and Mrs. C. M. Barnett A very No.UlrtUdll 55u.ni. No.l32due4 03a ra. of Owonsboro, this week. he llTCd 4bjforo going to his new lo- tnjoyablo aft jrnoon" was sepnt placing No. 101 due 2 4S p. m. No.l23ilual2.:9p.m. "We will sail yon meal and flour No. Ill dm8Mp. m Ko. 102 due 0:43 p.m. cation. Forty-tw- o, Mrs. E. M. Woodward inak as cheap as jou can buy it anywhere. Messrs. Willis Hefllu, Azro Rowan, lug th3 hlghjst score, after which a 25t3 W. H. MOORE & SON. Boco Heflln, or Heflln; and A. R. d licfous lunch was served. Those M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table Exclusive sale oi Beaver Dam Plrtle""nfcd Masdames. C. M. Bar-ne- 't, son, A. R. Plrtle Jr., of pr san'twero: Flour at our meat shop. at Hartford, Ky. Owonsboro, left Tuesday afternoon EVV. Coop.-r- , Rowan Holbrook, 24tf SANDERFUR & CO. Time table effective Sunday Dec. for Camdjn, Arkarsan where they W. S, Tlnsley, Z. W. Gnlffln, J. S. following schedules: T.iLSnTIth, of the faculty will spend flfte2n days prospecting. Gbnn, E. M. Woodward, Ike Saqdr- Prof. 4th, contains the No. 112 North. Bound due 7:29 a. m. of Hartford College, spent Saturday They will also islt '.Llttls Rock, fur. R. T. Collins, F. iL. Felix, E. E. e. dally except Sunday. and Sunday yvlth his family at Ark., and Hot Springs, Ark., baforo BlrKhead, J. G. Keown: Misses Mat-t- ij s No. 114 North Bound duo 3; 40 p. m. Sanderfur, Lettle Marks, Stdlaj returning home. dally except Sunday. Wo nier, Wlllye Smith, Mary Rowe. Fresh and cured aneets, family groThe oldest son of Mr. Charlie HowNo j 115 South Bound due 8:35 a. m. ceries always nice and fresh. Phoue ard of the Washington neighborhood, Thompson Trial Not Concluded. dally except Sunday. us your orders No. 47 happened to a painful accident a vT -- J No. 113 South Bound duo 1:40 p m. 25t3" W. H. MOORE & SON. Juat before going to press few days ago. He was tinkering with ""V dally except Sunday. Mrs. Fred Trather and daughter,. an old fashioned gun, and in some Thursday afternoon The ReAgt H. E. MISCHKE Virginia Brown, of Bevler, Ky., artd discharged, eavorely publican telephoned to Provimanner Js Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Bnomn, of Center- .v wounding the young man's hand. Dr. dence? Ky., to "ascertain the town, wero tho guests of Mr. and U. S. Carson wants your Furs 27tf. Pendleton dress ?d the wound and at Mrs. Isaac Foster, Monday, last account he was gutting alorig very restilt'of tho trial of young . k We now' havo JumboTilcldes. Thomas Thompson, on exani-iningtri- al The following marriage license have nicely. , W. H. MOORE, & SON. 25t3 charged with muroseu issuea sinci?Nour last issue: avert j Eeverj tiling nloo any up to dato at Mr. Clarence Keown, who has been Goodall to Genovav Gibbs, iloHenry, der of his father, Henry 26t4 employed with tho L. acd N. railroad tho City" Restaurant L. C. Butler to Errqra Dauherty, company for several .years was re- - Thompson. At that time the TJeaver Dam Flour found only In FJInt 6prings,R. D, Romans to JKn- - oently promoted to conductors posi trial had not been concluded, Sanderfur & Go's meat Hartford at il Daughuiy, Flint Springs, J, Oy tion from brolcenun, In thesourseof shop. 24tf. but nothing had been introLooKsey, to uertna fliay urawtoru, via. a short time ho will bs glwn a regu duced by the prosecution that Tho bs&t nical you aver eow for a" ton. r lar run. At present he Is In chargj quarter is served at tho C(ty ResRev. A. F. Gordon, of Russellvllle, only of extra freight trains, and Is woultl tend to show the young ' 2ftt4 taurant mairrguilty, and it is thought n. Ky,, preached at the Baptist Church making trips from Ellmltch to All kinds of fresh and cured meats, hero last Sunday In tho nibsencj of there, that young Thompson staple groceries, &c, at lowest prices. Rey. Bruner, who was conducting a Rov. Virgil Elgin left Wednesday will bo dismissed. SANDERFUR & CO, revival at West Potctt church. Rovi 24tt for Owonsboro to attend tin District AttorneySam ATAnderson tran- Gordon's s.rmons were Interesting and ror Jaie. v? Mlaslonaory meeti'nig, which mas In sacted legal justness at Oalhoun the tilled throughout with the true eplrit session there Wednesday nlgiht and One nice residence, heated with first of tht3 week. of his Master's work. Thursday. After leaving Owonsboro air furnace, with about 19 or 20 acros We commence delivery of meat at Mr. Conner Ford returned home last ho left fcr Louisville, where he at- of ground, more oi' less, part of It in 5:30 a, m. each morning. week frm Oakland, Warren ocounty, tended a meeting of the Boaard of best state of Cultivation, all Kinds of situfrult.JIll necessary Ky., whero he had bou taohilug Managers of the Preachers Aid SANDERFUR & CO. 24tf h soiiool for sjvcral moutiw. he will of Uie Louisville Conference, of ated on the I. C. It. R., between Beav Thero will bo regutear preaching er Dam, and McHenry, at a great bar- se'rvioes at Goshen next Sunday, by vflt his parents here until next Tues- which board he Js a menibar. Rev. galnTAddrosB T. JAHN, day when he will leave for Bowling Elgin Is oxpeotod homo "the pastor, Re,v Vtrgll Elgin. Beavor Dam.'Ky, Gren to resume his school wo-r- in The revival . meeting at West Point We have for sale strictly pure tNaw Kentucky Normal School. Baptist Chureh closed last nlht, and May Be Called Out. from the plan- Oreaas Molaww, '1 Mr. L. A. McDaulel, formerly of Retv. Bruner will return homo The reports throughout tho state, tette!.. . HARTFORD GROCBRY CO. thlg county but now residing in East RoUar services atthe BaiHlst church showthat there are a number of. cirISl. T.raiLa 111. La sivauilluii' n fuv Sunday. Sunday sehcol at 9;45 a. m. cuit Judges dlsaabled from holding Mr. W. B. Render, city, and Mr. S. m- - Morslug iUl Ua frKwta la ht8 at 11 a. m. Tlienu court1 at present 011 account of lUiues C. Taylor of Prentls were pleasant ty aaU vw ,n luUorA Tujsday to of sornvoH, "The Oho SldedBatitlo." and Judge Blrkhead v 111 have th ellrs at The Republican office Taw- kU kimillMt Judga j, B. wUon. Young Ptilas Moetlng at 6 o'clock about two weeks vacation iiltwvcnlMg I y- tho adjournment of court at ail oi)ent soae tlmo atoa with Judau p. m. SvenlHg sorvtee at. 7 o'dook.' B. A. Thomas InH)roved itock aad Jk K. Fok). Mr. McDhhIoI has a Tluue of stvo"I!poU. a,wi Lo." CalfcMin, and the bgluctng of court Sold by , Urse clrcli of friends in Oklo county, The Pastor will priack at Concord at Mar ford, he Is expecting to ba ) iiaekage guaranteed. ami all ate Ui to 3i kltti. He will SturUy at 11 a. hi. hhi! SunUay W, K. BLLIS, The Produce Man, "caH". out" by Gov.s Wlllson to do 2:3 o'clock, Ijv ujxt wo tor hi nowe. Hartford, Ky. spial Judge service! ..FAIR'S.. - o, BASEMENT January If GREAT SALE CONTINUED Y Y 5c and 10c Basement. a that 10 Days More J H fff HAVE decided to continue M Y If Y Y K WE our sale as we have had good sales and want to show our goodstoo appreciation to our customers. The prices will be the same as we had themhut as that that after a at that - ft ft ft ft ft ft in our big "ad." You can't afford : : : to miss this chance to buy a big bill of goods for little money. i a it trade . a that - g-- Jup&Gb, I pr ( 0J "" Tu-day- , I ft 'TH E STORE THAT SATISFIES" ft Hartford, Ky. ft ft ftftftftftftftftft 444444ft I Rosenblatt's, ft Hartford Republican. .' Lo-ne- y, I Jladl-sonvlll- s Ear-llngto- If You Want a Bargain in gs ty Men's Clothing and Overcoats, LADIES' CLOAKS AND COAT SUITS ; rllt Yt to-da- :VISIT THE: L, seru CENTERTOWN MERCANTILE CO. Inuorporotucl GENTERTOWN, KY. bitvi 1'. h "vi , yi . f.' haU conirtl-tut- o Health. Sueti permits autfcerity for )urtal or remttv&t, AT shall High his The name with tho prefix "per," utfderthe tj'amo of the local registrar for whom TO SAVE A ho la acting and riDalt forward at onco tho death certificate- to that local registrar who will be paid the Lass to foo as provided ,by Jaw. Weds may charge tho Tho Reform Her. cents for his sersum of twenty-fiv- e vices to be paid by tho undertaker. Given under my hand, this sixth Aged Man Tells Judge that Bride day of January, of tho year nineteen hundred eleven. and His Daughter Would go W. L. HEIZER, M. D... State Registrar. The Dogs. 60, MARRIES WAYSIM GLEAHUGS -- ftr GRL BY JUNIOR. No Man is Stronger Than His' Stomach A strong1 MR U strong1 alt over. No man bm bo strong who is suffering from weak stomach with Its consequent Indigestion, or from sitne other disease of the stemaeh sod ks.Mseoiated organs, whieh wsM digestion and nutrition. For when the stomach is weak er diseased there h a loss of the nutrition ' contained in food, which is the source of all physical strength. When a man " doesn't feel just righ't," when he doesn't sleep well, has an uncomfortable feeling in the stomach after eating, is languid, nervous, irritable and despondent, he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength. Smeh a man should aae Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical rs mmssssssssssssW TM9WXWZmJLlst 0. K. Babnctt C. E.Suita - 14-Year-- ar NEVER MAKE A PROM1M unless you will fulfHl every part k'ii. FOR THE NEW YEAR' 'nothing could brine, more prosperity to our pooplo than for everyone itoVsay and bettor do something to oncour&se farming. LET THE PREACHERfrom his pulpit, tho banker and merchant from tholr do3ks, tho teachocr f.frjpm his sohoolroom, Join tho cdltor.unTpreach- lng batter farming and less waste. OVER AT OWENSBORO they liavo a Mayor, Dr. Lambert, that shows Ms police force new The othor night ho lead a" squad of his police, and made a raid' on an alleged gambling house, arid arrested three men. l smith, Attorneys barnett HARTFORD, at Law, - KY. ' t to Discovery. It cures diseases ot the stomach and other Brians ot dliestiort and nutrition. It enriches the blood, larlioratea tho liter, strengthens the kidneys, nourishes the nerves, and so GIVES IIETILTU 21ND STRENGTH TO THE WHOLE BODY. Will practice thdr profession in aH tl court ot Ohio suid adjoining eet .. ties and Court pt Appeals, Sp a at. tuition given to all buslnr e..irute4 to their eare. Collections at.a the Practice of Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties. Office In Republican biriM-lns- ;. Terrible Picture of Suffering. Henderson, Ky., Jan. 11. Miss Nina Lovelace, 14 years old and A. G. Pryor, agod CO yoars, were married hare yesterday, following consent to tho ceremony as given, by the county judge. Miss Lovelace (was last week taken out of a resort In Lower First street at Evansvllle. whither elie has been Induced to go along with Doulali Pryor aged 16, the daughter of her now husband, it Is said that a Henderson woman gotthc girls to go to Evnnsvillo and emtod the resort. Miss Pryor's brother went there last Friday and made them come back wltl Clinton, Ky. Mrs. M. C. McElroy, a lottar from Clinton, wrltoA: "For six years, I was n sufferer from female troubles. I could not at,and could not stand on my feat, without suffering great pain. I tad lost hope-Afte- r using Caxdul a week, I began to Improve. Now I feel better than In six yara." Fifty years of buc- -j cess in actual practice, ts positive proof, furnished by those who have tried It, that Cardul can always be relied on for relieving female Weakness and disease. Try Cardul, to-dIn ay You can't afford to accept a ucrtt nostrum as a substitute for this nonalcoholic medicine op known coMrosmos, not even though tbe urgent dealer may thereby make, a little bigger profit. Ingredients printed on wrapper. FRANK L.FELIX, Why Not THE PROGRESSIVE MERCHANT believes In advertising in his home newspaper, ana it la ono oi.inw uost investments. Wa!cli tho columns of The Republican from weelc?to week and see tha "livo ones." f 3 Read The Courier -- Journal HENRY WATERSON, Editor. WE CAN FURNISH YOU vim) McCAIX PATTERNS W Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, - K.T. Will practice his profession In Oa! and adjoining; counties and In the Court ot Appeals. Criminal pactlce and Collections a Specialty. Office In the Heo, aid building. now. hinu When tho aged father of Beulah Pryor appeared at tho courthouse yesterday, accompanied by Nina Lovelace, tho officials supposed 'he had come to appear before the grand jury the alleged and testify against procuress who was crotUtod with Inducing his daughter and Miss Lovelaco to go to Evansvllle. When Pryor asked for a marriage license, how- ever, County Clerk Sugg was astonished. Tho county judge was called in to sanction the affair, since the girl was under 10 years of ago. Pryor stated that he could not control his dautghcr and her Inseparable companion, Miss Lovelace. Ho said that tho' gtrls wero headed for the underworld crime unless lie could ke-3them together and at home. . Rather than to see them go to tho dogs, hd said ho had decided the beat way to do was to marry the one who wasn'this daughter. The county judge was astanishod at this most unusual statement and voiced his doubts. He nottC'jd tha: Pryor had shaved off a beard chat had a quarter of u century reached almost Also Pryor was to his waistline. looking like a rejuvenated spring chicken and 'wns stepping lively. Se3ing" doubt In tho Judge's mind, Pryor went ahead to say that ho cona sidered his marriage to ihV-glr- l humane act, and asserted on his 'hon or that,he was doing It for no other reason. After considering a bit the county judge ordered the clerk to lbtsue tlw license. Tho marriage ceremony was quickly performed. Under the now relationship by tho marriage. Builah Pryor becomo tlw of her chum with whom ehe went to Evansvllle. Pryor tho aged bridegroom has grandchildren. p step-daught- er It In Memory. L.UVJNU ... V. UAUNkS, OOllor . ...-- . .iriti1-- oftne ir I. Tho angel of Death visltad tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Orvlllo Coy, Dec., l'i'uh and took their darling babe from thenl. All that loving hands could do was done to save his little life, hut all In vain God said come heme, dear Blrchle, your little soul Is too pure to stay in tho sinful world any longer. Birchie was taken suddenly ill of brain fovw Friday evening which developed into pneumonia and was not long in ending his llttlo life. He died Tuesday might at S:20 o'clock. Birchie was a bright little blue eyed. boy of 13 months and mill 1)3 greatly missed by his llbtto brother Mormon, moUior, fatii-jr- , grandparents and a host of relatives and friends. But to allele will say wv.ip not for tlw little onie for God lMikiw wihalwas beat and he took his little Angel to llye with him. God glvath and h takcth away. His littla blua ayas are closed In dea,.h His little voice Is stilted A place Is vacant in our Ihioma Which never can bo filled. AN AUNT, N, H. An Act for The Benefit of Turnpike Roads of This Commonwealth. That Is shall ba unlawful for any one to obstruct tha wat2r caS-- Todd County Progress, haslour congratulations, upon his reaching tho silver anniversary of that '"sprightly newspaper. ,v, SOMETIMES THIS OLDVORLD seems blue then again it 'fakes on tho rosy hue that makes usalj glad fcc be a part of it, and we 'hope for the year of' 1911 tliat your, 'share of pleasure and good tilings will be great and your troubles and cares reduced to an atom. JETT W. HINES AND ESTILL W. NEAL are the new editors of the Morantown Rogpubllcan since J,H. 13. Marvhoad, the fonner owner, has been appointed postmaster at Morgantown. WE ALWAYS ENJOY reading Miss A. Louisa Babbage's contributions to tha department called "While the Press Thunders," which appears in In fact, Miss the Bnecklnrlde Louise does practically all ,of tilu editorial work on tho brlngKt weekly published at Cloverpont, and her father looks alter tho business end. thoyFourth WE CONGRATULATE District Leader, of Hardlnsburg, Ky., lu securing the- services ofMr. C. C. Brock, of that city, as editor and manager of that newsy paper- - located at the capltol of Breckenridge county. Mr. Brock Is a personal', friend or ours, and a man of sterllngquall-tits- , . Nw-egs- . - THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND THE Weekly Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity and reliability nearly 40 years. Sold In nearly every city ami town in the United States and Canada, or by mail direct. More told than any other make. Send for free catalogue, MeCALL'S MAGAZINE More subscriber! than any other fathion migarlne million a month. Invaluable. Latest styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, plain sening, fancy needlework, lutrdressing, etiquette, (rood stories, etc Only GO cents a year (worth double), Including a free pattern. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy, WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue and new cash prize offers. Address TH2 UcCiUX CO, C3 Is ZU VI. 37tli SU NEW YORK v Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KY. Wilt practice his profession In all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. and In the Court of Appeals. Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank. YAKOYL.MOSLEY, n Courier -- Journal Both One ff PA Year For jDIijJU We can alsojgive liberal combina- tion rate withJDaily or Sunday urnal. Courier-Jo- Electric Bitters k is the best JOn.V B. WILSON CIIA3. Jl.CItOWB WILSON & CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, nnd In th& Court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections. Offioa on Main St., opposite Court House. Write Courier-Journ- al Company, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure tojtsendj your subscription order to thisj paper NQT to Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and ferqale weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. the Courier-Journa- l. HIt 1 THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co. .(INCORPORATED) 9jM 1 3 b51 fc 4 TRADE-MARK- S promptly obtained la 11 countries, or no (m. Wo obtain PATENTS THAT PAY, adrertlso thsm toorougUr, t our eipttise, andselp you to success. Bend irodot, photo or sketch tor FREE report on patentability. t years' practice. SURPASS I NO RZFEFIENCES. For free Guide Book on rrontable Patents write to . c and wo are sure the Leadfj B03.B0B Seventh Street. WASHINGTON. D. C. will 1. bles of a turnpike or any public road by putting a crossing, either private or public, over the water table of a public read without providing a culvert or drain pips of sufficient dimension to carry the full volume of water that may drain in this writer table or to curb it so a3'not to impede the full flow of water. It shall also ba unlawful to plant treo3, telephone poles or fence In or closer Mrs. Cook Tells Truth. than two and one-ha- lf foot of the Dexter, Ky. In a signed statement outer edgo or the ditch, so that a Mrs. Cook tells the truth about (haw plow or machinery may be used in (5ardui brought back hur health and making, widening or deepening them. Any fencing, tree or stone falling in'fctrongth. Sho says, "I could not get any relief, until I itrlud Cardul, to a water table or rolling down from ;tho Wouau'is .tonic 1 suffaixjd more or above Into it, shall ba Temaved within less for 10 yoars, and was so weak flvo days by owner of land of which 'and ner.vious I could hardly do my tho obstruction was a part or any person not an own'er trimming txes house work. Now I am in bettor or cutting weeds or briars or any perhealth tlian ivur before, am nigular as clock work, do not suffer at all, son placing any other obstruction In and gain strength every day." Thous- water table, shall bj .liable for all damages done by turning water Into ands of women havo been helped back to tho road-be- d, fine to health by Cardul. Try it. It two dollars forand also Ina obstruc-of each day tion has laid in the ditch longer (Tuberculosis Sanitarium. tlian flvo days. Sec. 2. It shall bo tlw duty of the Henderson, Ky., Jan. 17. Tho Hen- road overseer or county surveyor of derson County Medical assoulation drafted and adapted a memorial ask- roads to rejwrt every misdemeanor with all tha eviing County Attorney W. P. McClain under tills act to examine into the Igal phaso of the dence ho may collect to the magistrate in whose district that part of matter of establishing a county InwMtuUon and givo his tho road may lay on the penalty of beopinion In writing. Tho assocatlon ing indicted by tho first grand Jury asks If. such InstUtution can be es- for misfeasance lu office, and on contablished under existing laws, or what viction oxpelltd from his offlc?. On enabling laws it will require, fflhe tlila act becoming a law the fiscal memorial asks for relief far the jmbllc court shall order It to ba published years in some onco each year far at publlctcxpunso. nowspajwr of general circulation (pubNew Ruling of State Registrar. lished In thedr county. Sec, 3. Any water tablo that may To relievo somo of the difficulty of wash out deeper Uiau necessary to undertakers in securing burial or re- carry tho volume of water dralnad moval permits when tho local regis- and undermining tlw road-be- d or adtrar lives la u rural or iximoto dis- jacent property by tho ior.mls3loa of trict, tho State Registrar has Issued overseer or road supervisor, tho ditch the follawing rule which will relieve may ba filled or dammed to its proto a groa extent the friction en- per size. ' countered lnthe operation of tho new Sec. 4. In making or repairing any ' law: part of a public rood one-sixor more A local registrar may act as tmb- - of all mousy so spout shall be used registrar ito uuy local roglutur of his for the drainage of said road by county or adjacent county and may making water tablus and plaaclnreg cul sign the iiamcw of tho local registrar verts or drain pipes of suitable num , . . .. .. i . . wjucji uio oi .l uimrM in .1,1 mo uuu ber and size. occurred to any burial, removal or Sec. 5, This act shall not apply to transit pcrriritwhon the undorttiker, telephone companies that have obor porsea aUig as such, has tiresent-,- d tained the coiuotit of the fiscal court a ewMptete death, cortlflcatu and of the county whoruln Its polos are wt)Md;jvth'Wio law and Hulfsand located as to the location of same. JUtuhklOMi of Mio State Board of J Approved March Si, 1910. mako much progress under his man agement. THE FUR DID FLY tho other 'day at Sholbyvlile when Ben Jolhnteon slipped In on Mr. McCeary the "day the latter .was scheduled to speak at that place- - It had been announced that Mr. Johnson would not be' that to speak, If he came at all only" as a spectator, but Johnson did speak, and Judging from nil press reports gotithe worst end of the debate. EDITING A NEWSPAPER Is a nloj thing. If we publish jokus people say wo are rattle brained. If wa don't we are fossils. If we publish original, matter they say wo don't eivie theim enough selections. If we give thorn selections they eayweano itoo lazy to write. It we don't go to church we are heathens. If we do go we are hypocrites. If we remain at the. office we ought to ba out looking forrtows items. If iwo go out thon wo are not attending .to business. If we wear old olothos they laugh at us. if we wear good clothes they say we liave a pull. Now what are we to do? Just as Ukely as not somo one will ,say that wo stole this from an exchange So iwo did. WILL WIRE YOUR H0U8E JT COST. ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, HEALTHY ANDSAFE. NO HOME OR BUSINESS " KILLthe COUGH AND CURE the LUNGS HOUSE SHOULD BE "WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN REACH. Dr. King's New Discovery WITH E.G.BARRASS. m - Manager. " WOLD!S TlM ANDALLTHR0AT AND LUNQ FAR eOoycHS A PHrCE Jt. 1 Bottle Free TROUBLES. GXTAE ANTEED SATISFAOTOBY OB MONEY REFUNDED. OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Republican and Louisville Herald The Republican and Courier-Journal 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE BBJ jse $1.35 1.50 I.75. 1.25 1.75 SM fB sBBBBBem 1 I stJ W. J' -- ii- Wo haV no in.jans whatever of knowing If you do not trot your yapur, unless you notify us, and wo uanti overy ona of our subscribers to got Tlw Republican every offlco. week. 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