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' HNK ..-'.' 6IIL SAVES tftblaT)tfoiKul water. wW&e i,niLuntn -- 1 i luw She Overcomes an Insane Intru ( t wl nt of (k!a tfeMlved lu COMMESSWNER neh of Mtku twe!ay" Put tefJuiier ami dark p- ht IAMHN p exohAn atto8o iM went lKg. , CAKB afctftdOd. Taty IV STARTS (iMBJIVEHENT L t wW 08m of .tins MMttfeMl pnofltB Ami Mb pofcg ln of ontowt m ' ' TO' der After a Decpmte ' Struggle, i MAKINO. Oflioecr(A,'of aueceeafHt tafces'fe la Cake ghoutd not bo tlw boating. stirred miml and round In tho Ibttwl. but lifted up bo thai tho p'-- r can gji lnito it. A wooden fork or &tmons wtnj heaiter Is bq&jr to use ftor this ptirpoaa (than a pndJdo or spoon of stkH, fwn istoek urtertt idowvn ad tutt wk wwt v&, Vfkm 'K d alllrtm-mer- d down U to won ito' lw a pch.3 to buy ln Canada a mwkiat tor M"ul nwd good and ny tar K wkh our tlvmiera, gold. The' ,pr?doamot tho faranff find himeolf in now duo directly Ho hl3 swing in bMt fall ,wth tjhu wyof aio cost or leving," Tnij admmM-ferakn- te rtk'! him at Wb .word nnd trying to cut Vt down. Hfe to duo to the fact that are uaorganland and without a mighty lobby at WashingMi. euch as iwould ba thusro worMn Canj'. cthc" brancli of lndustrrv thnaltent?i with tlio saroo dangor to pr&nttB. Roclqjort Jounial. hy QaiMria nn in onmnm An Effort to Improve duction Cora Pro- in Knv tucky. ' t W-- ' . N l ' -to any kind. First tho t Chicago Ifl. 28. In a HlJUgglo a. OW.'.o Coonnitsa'onor Rankin, of ihe'Stato ovum hen add tho BUgir1, vith Robert llraun, In which a girt at a tiimo, vx unlil umoaLno u'i'n Agricultural Dpintmeat Cg'walrfag braved "a magazino Aa cJ, nnd was tho jnilk, a litilo at a 'tono, beaming all an offont to onganlzo boij corn clubs beaten ahoutiahwfaco until she was tho whllo; next tho flour and bonrt,ja throughout tho SSate. Jtti pniposos all but uniconsclous, Uho Bolton last oggs, ch. county, small quanUty of each nil a to foam such elite dn a might worsted hur opponent nnd by a ' oaoh club to contain fifty boys tome, rosorvJng a mall nuaritlty NOTE HEADS CARDS renwirlibto display of coura&a piuloa-bl- y flour ito tho og3 of 10 and id jijars. for mix wiih tb& .bakftng powder, eavod tho iiv3 of four children or croam tanisr, to too odAil uho JaiJt tlho punpeso of Improving itha grade The unequal Ugh occurred In the thins, riake .in an ovn th.nt,JB not of oorn. Onus gallon of soodoorn will POST CARDS ENVELOPES Blch-no- r, Iiartor of tho .homo of too hot at first. Cako n!scs b'Jor in bo jn,t out by tha AgTileuVlural Do- s and on East Illinois a cool oven and is avf. so Ufoaly lo pintment without coat acsl avory Emma Eltohncr, olghtoMi yevra o'd. No Neod to Stop Work. who rnisca sixty busibials par fall. BLOTTERS BILL HEADS was itlwj heroine. It b?snn fchd inaiuit aeno is to bs glvoa a tilfpliima signed When your doctor ordieirs you to SlAKtfcO MALLON FUDGE. that Bnaun who was nursing fancied "J can't" Two cupfula of brown sugar; oao by tiio Governor, the Oomnitolcnor otop work, It staggers wrongs against ElchrJer, lanockqd nt cunful of milk, onefounih ctiko of of Agalcultunj, tho Buporimtienferl: of you say. You knew you aro weak, PROGRAMS LETTER HEADS and tho loor oarly In the oonlng n and falling ln heailth, day aoocolatj. Boll unrll a snf4 iball can Public Inotructton and the county asked ito ibo admifctod. droppui Inl'jO oold School SuiKTlnfjeiidcnt. Eijry' County by day, but you must work as long "Xo jiou'd butter come around to- b3 Xorni'd when water. Tako from tho (inj, niidtns a School Superintendent Is loxpocftod to ad you can gtamd, Whait you iided STATEMENT HEADS SHIPPING TAGS morrow,'' said tlio girl. BUbecrJniCort a Is Eloctric Bitters to glvo tone, 'the obtain by primo Ixit "I'm liiore' now. anxl I'm hero to tablospconful Df butttT. prlzo list to be an ndid!itlon4f,iEfcn-tlv- o atrengith, and vdgor to your system, to stay," exclaimed Bnaun, iiuliing the mlxtuno etnnd about a minut.3 and dmpnwa tlio gnado off' 'conn and prevent breakdown and hulld you .up. -- LABELS' th boat utnll csvamy, addi'rg vanilla CIRCULARS magazine jiLttol from his pockt und to furnish a lust of fiBty hoys who Don't- - bo v,ak, sickly or ailing when and mardhmallons. Pour (In buflor-e- d forcing his way lro tiro hallway. wilflh to ontr lnito- liiho corn ..growing Electric Bitters will benefit from tins and cut .equarg. Miss B'chner seized his onni, and comtost. 1N0 baTjcr moans could bo the first dose. Thousands blaaj ithom BOOKLETS STOCK FORMS POTATOES. CREAMED SWEET with nil hor strength tried to push the improra conn iprodua'Jica, tor itholr glorious hcWih and MtrcDgtli ti3h silected iio For creanwd swoet iKi'jaijOes. Together they utrug-gle- d lEiUnidur back. years dt te'ontlcl-paie- d Try thflm. Every bolJtlo Cs guaranin and within a. until meachtng ;the rubier door, paro and coolc awxut pata'xkfl that Ifeatucky will have th tee to satisfy. Onj- - C0c at all drug-gliit- s. ''? ORDER BLANKS CATALOGUES tjador, boilllng saltt.-waier until Braun no'Jcod the four oh'ldru. m . bsat cif corn and will bo on am equaThen he loveiled the pls'ial at the Lot atard until cold, and cut Jn ua tion with othar finat-ciai- a conn pro- children, iwhq was hwldiud uiuVr a da third Inch cubta; thjns should .be two duolng Suites. A" Carried Portable Saloon- MORTGAGE BLANKS DEED BLANKS venpont dn a. cormrar, and ansaibouft to cupfuls. Place ia a sauce pan iwibh two tablespoonful3 of buttar, and It is l:llcvod that a iboc!l'leger artiro buit'thc girl rcleapod hor grip on Operation Thought Inevitable. rested at Danville, Ky., who ms carbis ofthef anm and with bqth hands cook three Minutes. Sdason iwith a sllgjhit shaking of r.nd Jt, p.ipjr Ferris, Tex. In a letitiar ffom this rying around a miniature raCoon in, a forced tho muzzle of the nvdajwn topapnlka, sprinkle with two itablasipson-ful- s place, llary Kilnian, sojts: vJ'I was grip, is the same person who mado ward .the celling as Bnaun fired. Jfijnablo to hiilng the platol Into play of flrur, and add ono cupful of confined o my bed for threo'inonijh3, his escape from (Marshal Woudiwaid at dek nrilk. Cook slmvly fortwoaty with womanly troubles and Tdur.ng Nortonvlllo wveks ago. Tho yrBraun boat tho girl uniSll blood flowed this tlma suffered untold'- agony. grip dlscoexied at DanlUo was prefrom a half down wfaundsdnhor face minutos. jfr cisely the same as that .hJich Lho The doctor said an operation was But sho stubbornly olung to him, PINEAPPLE SANDWICH. I tried Oardui. Now 1 am flying bootlegger loft in the hands of Again and aagin ho fired but Xo no This sandwltoh Is delicious. Mak1 Let Us Submit Estimate on Your Next Work. punposs. an anglj food cakie, cut IthJn slices well, and able to do a great pant of the .Marshal. The dlspntch from Dan.vlllo bQJ13: Finally the gun dogged and whllo and cut these into round pluoto with my work." Thousands of iladlos have All Work Guaranteed. hj was examining It Mlsa ElaluijjT a cake cutter. BJtiwaen Qwo layiers testified to the benefit obtained roni "James Floyd was fined 430 and pushed him out of ,the front door and of cake place u round aikoe ct Cardui, the woman's tonic rIt pro- - costs and sent Hoi tho warkhousQ for daje en tiie chhrgo of closed and locked dt. of a largj siioonful of lincidded vents unnecessary (womanly ipainsaud seventy-fiv-o Braun then rushed to jtho tallonshop pinieapplo, then iour julov ovor t and builds up womanly strength, f It is u operaung a jwrtable raloon in Dantrue tonic. of an acqualretairnce, Joseph Stumpt pilo high with whipped orjam. Try It. It will help ville. When captured hy local authorities, Floyd, it Is said, carried a you. B-- 9 shoot him In the shoulder and in the CREAM CANDY. largo ohjoot resembling a Bultlcas-'- . 'hand, und was about to fine a third Tako ono iound of white sugar one Ic. 22 ' C 1 Upon opening the device, it luwvod More About Reciprocity. gun cupful of waiter, one-ha- lf time wbon? onca mono itho Iteagpocinful clogged. Ho drew anabhor nvdapon of cream of tartar, two bjaspoonifula Protests against the proposed Cana- to J3 a miniature couritcx and in demijohns of liquor and glassas for from his ickut but It mUaod lire. of vlnognr, two Jtaljlispoonfuls vl dian noclprocjty aro being mad5 by all sarvdng. Floyd had b?an opera'jlng Whole examining It he thot one of h'js vanilla, butter tho glzo of on egg; farmers organizations. own finsens off. dropped cf EquLty and th3 Gnargie have for- - in the vicinity of tho dapqt, carrying boil until It hardenns when He awn abandoned his attack, visit- Into waiter. t pour upon a buttjrrd wandtd to Washington reasons vhy his outfit upon his iback.'' ed a doator's office and was tiTTeatud plate, and when nearly cold 'pull. thj.y thlolc It should net be adopt d. while ,hls Injunies wore b3lng mated. The mora 15s are studied Forced to Leave Home. FRICD EGG PRYENEES. Braun'.wiil bo he'd in jail (pending ' Cut Ehfiua gre-- n peifpeJts.teto ( ijLwhfll.3 the more it la apparent thatijQe Every year a largo number of poon an examination into his nioisial condi- and oanofully talM out ail the s.tnls farmoTB have tooen selsQtjd ,to bear.th; sufferers, whose lungs are sore and jtion. brunit of a firao itrade oxprtment. l racked wrtfch coughs, tiro urgod to g and numbrane. Hoat a Pircsldenit Tart ia going on .ths POSITIONS GUARANTEED to another climate. But this is cost3f ollvo oil in a frying pan, aid wh at tho poUa last fall ln hfe ly and not always sure. There's a peppjr, and fry for itwioo mtnutaj on will GUARANTEE you a position If you FOR FLETCHER'S of the reciprocity mjasure.. better way. hat Dr. King's New Dis ua real soon. Wo need many more Btu- each side; take out carefully and dent5 a once to supply tho enormous demand I for our ffraduatea. As soon as wo eret tho reaulred plate- - Cut hCn ol Ho says there is no mistaking the covery cure you at honfe. "Ifc oured on a hot number of students tuts ptTer will be wltndrawnT So jMoes1 of raw ham and fry it on lh.3 clamor of tho pfeoplofcr a lower C03t me of lung trouble," writes W. It. write at once for particulars. Stand by Your Guns. sjanne pan for ono minute on each side of the W3ces3ltivs of UCcg and 'f Nelson, of Calamine, Ark., "wlnn all this conoebBlon is not mado that also fallod and I gailnjd 47 pounds Tho Republican panty gave Oils Surve togothor. the people will rls-- up and wlps all in weight. Its sunjy the king of all country tlie prospcrtty which an the HICKORY NUT CAKE. tariff lgtelatilon off of tli-- statu tj cough and lung cures." Thousands last half century has mado It th.' For each "gg uad" allow booKb. OansquMjitly hjis urging re owe 'thv.r lives and health wealtlilest anidu imwt lxnorful nation to It. Its of a cup of buliir, 000 cup of ciprocity BUSINESS COL.L.EGE with all Iris might and ex positively guaranitutd fcr Cough?, on tho ourth. And this prosporlt tugir ono cup of choppn.il hickory lNCOBrOKAXKO W. flOnVTARTZ pressed tlie above sjctlmetits in his Colds, LaGrlppe, Asthma, was ininvle possible only becaute of the nuts. asTAntwagp ia4 all LOrjISVItt. KY. Bjat buK-jsnsar t3 1 spaoh ard at SpnlTigfteld, IM., lat Saltur- -' Threat and Lung trouble. 50c and proiecttv-- j itarlff ByUim. Frw trade orwam. Add ,the cega, or day $1.00. in suppont of his (position. Trial bottla fnoe at all drus- 'will 1)3 a national calamity. . egg, flour enough to onako a eoft SiKuivor Cannon Is ugalrel ihs bUl gius. Happily dlio frej trado cnazo Vill dough, and last of aM ths nute. Drop ni because he thinlu it places a gtvat not list loas. Wo inslbt ithat from on butterdd paper, flat-to- n bunden on the farmor. In a talk to a the DomocraUc vingne to oonvjtie wiUi the back of tho tuwon, and nvjmbjr of liho Illinois legislature' 1 NEED OF CONTROL. Diounber will niat daro ,to Inaugu-ra- bako In Miodorate ovon. Cunnon made, jiubllc his viaws. Ho tTor tlo moment the people It. What tho American people FOR ICING. says: "It will glvo Canada an Imhave done during nearly forty are blind but thy will uocr Uielr Icing for oake may bj jnevntod mense mark-ayears of legislation uud expefor her farm products iliciro can ba ro duubt dbout vlsilon, from cracking by adding onie both In theory and foot, while she rience is to establish a policy for this, and by 1012 tha country mill of crotuu to ach unbeaten affords us practically nan niarWit for the control of transportation , again bo demanding a 'prot.j0tlngsi-ttmess. Stir all togaihcT, then addi'ugar our farm products lines and gieat aggregations of in faot, 'Ahataer provldod Ujmuoracy roibams its capital in corporate form. 1 until as stiff as dos'.rod. may be th3 ,theory." ., pladsa. maintain the wisdom nnd the neTake tha bill and examlno it f Jc a Brighter. Better, Ixjyal Itepubllcuns will a'.lclc to cessity for such reasonable conHelpless as a Baby. momant. On grain and catitle. Hho Bigger than Ever tholr guns. Tluno Blioulil ibj no imore trol, it has been adopted by the faltering in the ranks than thre was Valley Heights, Va. ilm. JonnloB. farmers' products, all probation ils'yik deliberative Judgment of the naThe regular price of THE LOUIS-VIL.L- E In the loyal NwlOi affr r tho ftrt bat-ti- p lClrby, in a letter from tliis plac?, on off so that there may ,be absolutetion and, ln my opinion, has eovh iqh-- t ly nothing In the way of Canada oomo to stay. No greit moveTIMES is $3.00 a year, if you As ul.11 j,ul!nnt tl-dleajs: "I was 6lcl ln bd for nine of Hull Run. ment of this kind grows among will send your order to us, you can of the iioition sio-M- l Htdfrj' months, with womanly troubUs. I shipping itliew things Into our counn whole people without Just imanu loj-n-l and ovomtiully vonqmirtd, was so and lielploa3, at times, 1 try- On itho othtir iliand a pnatcaMyo got pelling pause, it is not the helps hurts, but it Won't cure osnita 03 Jjvljdondr&s-o- d an to wiill all true R.iubllcans a'and firm couldn't reilso my head off the pillow tariff of 1 work of shallow minds or of moats and smoked nitoftis, anidj5U aching tooth, wonn't wake a marred .and reuxluto. and in tho end win a I commenced to talco Oardul, and f deumgOKues.Fruuk It. Kellogg. The Hartford Republican victory o or saw it was helping me, at otoo. Now 03rj'js a torrol on flour. Who arp (houesy. one look like its old self. Takee a bonjfIttd by this? "Why th3 gre'U I can work all day." As a tonic, for skillful, experienced dentist to do AND THE interests and nioat packers. woak woman, nothing has bejn found mllllr ; Household Helps. .. . Rw Thft IT w' nournmrnt in tin 'iiir, T.li,3 farmers aru ' "" " " an mo sympathy you uei . 3iitti. r for fifty yeans, that would take the ehod out Jn 4ao rnott L.aw' does not 'unaa-Vdor can, but for real CHOCOLATE , FUDGE. opoa market with tholr relief and good place of Cardui. Try a bostle Two cups eiifiwr one cup lu'Jlk, otio It will buroly competitor while the trusts eland fbV "guaranitee" any ipreparalilon, as" some dental work make an appointment B-- 8 do you good. fourth bar chocolate; mix ltog,itliur hind tho tariff wull and get the PiPfltj. manufaotuncms in their a'divortisauionts with us for the practical way of getwould make it appear. Jn ithe caso ting your teeth In fine ehape. BOTH ONE YEAR and cook until a wiwanful dropped lu-t- o If jou don't bjJijve it gJt tlia hW Boat of medicines tho Jaiw provides that crown and bridge cold iWatvjr can bo roHad Into a work in this town and read for yoursolr. you wilil Wnd LITTLE THINGS contain drugs shall bo imjutlonod on or any town. Teeth ertraoted withsoft ball. Tak from tllio stove und in ita parsual j,haj. lu return forVu Llttlo drops or water, little put asldo to cool, Wlum cold, letting down itho tariff wolll on farm the labels, if thoy anj IngredMnta of out pain. All work guaranteed. Telegrains of sand. wiltli a HiiatMi until It bvounics thick; products that Canada taWes otf tl)a tho iiraiiaratlons. Ely's Croam Balm, phone 218. JJako the mighty ocean and the The Louisville Times Is 'th e the family remedy for and turn out on a maiding boaivl duty oa the Importation or ifarun wondrous land. ootd Jn tlie head, hay fevor land nasal DR. H. J. BELL, Bast Afternoon Paper . and Unul lllou dougai until txxft Thus the little minutes, humble made ln the United StaK. ...... creamy. .!.. . though tliey be, DENTIST, Printed Anywhere a great tning ror tlio farnr rs - catarrh, doesn't contain a single injuis rious drug, so the wakyrs have sim Office in Republican Bltlg, Jiaku the mighty 'ages of eterPRINCE OF WALES CAKE. J w ukii wilt WO UOUUt 11 Wa ply Hartford, Ky. Has ,yie bat coram of oarrcepon-daat- e. x" . ... nity. !. iprlnt tlio fact that It txiuipUfS 9 White pant:i Cupful of bugar, one-ha- lf lanujns win approoiaio tnis, inasiimwii :uHytoo Llttlo deeds of kindness, little , with all the requirements of the oupiul of butfjr, oiamcJ; tuo ( as they foot the bllU Ttat dh&AtMkH. words of love. I pn, oupfuh. of flour,, lf of Ctovor the Kewtucky fUd ierfeat-ly- . cupful the true interpretaiton of the lgW Make our earth nq Eden like the kwOvA milk, ono JaJge toaiioorjfiu of Hon was made plain hy tlio way H heaven above. Cheap Clubbing Rates. Gov baking jiuwdr, lastly Hho tlilfWy btaf-- a the eoml nwa Held com-plel- ". uows of naclprocity affecttd thi Frances S. Osgood, vggs and one whitm of tercsts of the farmor and the inachW We have made aa arrangement wIU Itas Ute boat and fullest mwket of vanilla. Euirk jiatlt: One cry trut. A soon as the Intel llgttMN the publishers of the Inland Farmer, cupcupful of .bro,wn fcugor, ono-lcu)iotUi, John W. SlckoUmlth. Groonsboro, was if lashed over the wires "that lr&- - of Louisville, whereby we are enabled WWrtghU. &, IM ALL COUNTKlrB. I ful of bivttor, ono-ha- lf oupful Dfoonk-iii- g Pu., has throe children, and llko mait d?nt. Taft uus going to puah nwioomUc in iuUMUm, but tak, to 2iutlntst Jtrttt trtti WukiigtoH Miv llmt, l to furnish The Hartford Republican ' - chlldrou thy JrcxiU'.'dtly take cold. measure through If DUttslbla evyAioeV, ,' molasiies, ono-liacupful of 'butth hiUa and that paper one year tpv (1.50. PUt id lfrluMiMt Fnctfe ticlu)ty. cupfals of "Wo hav itiricd beveral kinds of cough of grain In Chicago took a itumljle, The Inland Farmer Is a tcnnUk or baur jullk. WriMHMMlouU weekly Jour-M MtaM StfMt. 1WM StotM htMt SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPTION tlour, clnitamon, ulWp'cc, and cfoves modlcino," ho as, "but have ujv,t from which k hae not yet rcoveWi . S. WASHINGTON. and one of the beat fawn papers ' jolkH of thnio osss, found any yit Outl dld'ithaai as much and on tlio soaie day the fcAxckfif ptiblletied lu to itaatio, beacon HIGMTjXWAY -- the United States. Our oaocupfultnut imaSi cljujipgd, yne ood asXluunberlai'a cougfe UoMh-el- y readers bh.o,ta:cxia,tliaJ llar-wteshould take adv&atage of to thjg - ,dt to (cjiJuTc?' ralslUs chdpiiod, ' uoajdng diy." Foraftio by all dnugBt. m ' UwtWvUU 'Cc&nyoV'tk Nuw York(pfc tills offer. tf bu-tte1 liolp-lcewi'e- ss fjr-nio- ra jn M-scon-tosta- nt run-dow- bit f v k LET US PRINT YOUR 'J .j. 'Tm tv Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable. r - ' lvlno-app- le THE HARTFORP Phono RELIQAN Th.e'-soo'ot- Hartford, Ky. BHHIHHlHl --' tt. . Children Cry ad-ooa- C ASTO R A WE 3 one-iuar-t'- r well-bea'ic- n en t ul THE LOUISVILLE TIMES PO 3Et 191l' ' rs wk SYMPATHY 1- -2 -- l.i.t to-da- y. nrikt " Louisville Times bit For Only ,weM-kno- $4.50 is ... .- ono-hia- din-po- la-soof- ul lf -- lf to t. -, - Twes. mr, i4 , .j)i.i !:: fc txi MISSOURIAN GETS MUDDLED Editor Gets Two "Items" Confused and Confounded and Makes Strange Reading. lit PUSHER OF BOGUS COIN CONFESSES Jfc tj Man Under Arrest O at Somerset TaRe F&inFill, May 81nnJt doped to Roakrort Jnd-- , iwd w ffiuirrtcd r.titly. ,Mta Myril Uurdett will Utfn a aftrtnu school at this place tde 37uh of ihu munth. ,Mr. Walker crown of WtfitesvMe y IsVmovlrK to R. M. Miller's where ho i.vlll crop fills' ytor. to-da- CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Acknowledges his Guilt and '.''Mr. .1 ' W " 11.1 VJOTitZ W--- fjVirjl ". nt u ftn..,irLV,'mr. wnvu.u It, "O Exhonorates Others. ana (Mid oVvir elucidaiilk.n of (hr whvn imri whiftvsfotio c any propctfctoi that Is) is "rcnlly not to. to wOflAcAd at at the Mssourtan ctanunda a .full tD theim, M9gcl i! when Uio ndctorsj l!k. i BBIX vt To !? . H v h are ir.cyrr.id to Kb rrjl- -' of tho-aardi Head-Of- f tlod and give out such a bit of dope' j to' tilKilr rtLidicris as the foUowi!ug av jnot. y, uvii arJ-- 1 to paoitlg cauniX-rfoi-t ciounita of a marrlagw atd a taJte bill mMitcul aho that ho had mado moIcTu ls'rk rflson why a cold libciuld ban,?. Promoles Digestionk erfil j UiElt got mixed in tho fawns, Read Nothing f Better than UP fc and It twill nut 1f you and manufactured ho money bCmsoir. on; ncss ana iffistxontains nciiher It: t ' It m Jy. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills OpiimuMorphinc norMncraL1 iJio mciWu were four.d by &.civi E'ir-vi- Jako Chfunb.Tlalm's Cough A Mlfsouiu editor niho was fu.M of i?x)r. sale by all drugg.'sit. m Agunit S. A. DonuUa, cf IJCuIsvMla Not Narcotic. ; They Give Relief without hard older, get a bill and a mar-nla- 3 Bad After-Effecwho wag tjzt htire to "work uip the soya an xchang.;. The mixed, i JteyrtefOMIkSWmmam 1 cast;. The molds, wore anado cf lead, '' Bank Directors Responsible. deiscmlption ran as follows: "For four years I was subject JltifJtaSnJ- -. m Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 28. Discover-lr- g whlo CoMcy said ho mado itha money, to almost constant hcaJache. At MdSaum William Smith, tho only ton of Mr. ,tha,' Section 528 cf fiho Kor.mtky JixltBeSJh- times so severe I was unfitted which was of the flvp cvnt wed'o, and Mrs. Josiah Smith, ,was desposed AmtStti , for work. Through the advice of pj!accs the ndro rponslfrom Baibbfdt monifnl. Ho admits hav StaiiuU-sof fc public auction to Lucy Anderson jUihtiimitScJa a friend I was persuaded to try ing pas-sonihouiti CO or 7C ofithe bogus bllxy for tho cor.cirtlon of banks on my farm one mllo, eet cf heffie In Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills and upon tho dlfjctors, S'.cretary cX Scato coins. jASrnjjMjrar: the presence of seventy guc&ts, the result has been that I have l Alt Ho exhoncratie-Bdl. who la Ws , uriuner has ticoWcd co hold nil tj.a;c ttyj followlnng entirely eradicated my system of Two Arjcrfecl Remedv for Consncs brciJier-iIn-law- , from ahy conncotion bank directors responsible for tlio con mules, 12 htad of ca'tle- - Rev. Jackthose continuous headaches that Hon , Sour Stomach.Dlarrhota wli'.h either tho ninkiJig or i.tiealng, of dition of tine ibank In rt.he future. followed a hard and continuous son itCcd itGieJnurtial least averaging vVbrras,ConYulsions.mtnsn-ncsmental strain." O. L. Russell, tho mcacy altlicaigh BeM tttdfiled that .This section of the "Satiute Js a3l 1250 pounds en tho (hoof. The beauandLoss of Sleep. Act. C. & N. W. Ry, Early, la. folLqws he S3.v Coff ey making the molds and , tiful homo of tho bride was itastefully For Sale by All Druggists. If any director or eViirectors of any Facsimile Signature of aftenward niakikg the coin". claif spado. decorated wAtih a 25 Doses, 25 Cents. it jrelcasM while Coffey was held over bank shall knowingly violatie or or 1 sulky rake, 1 feed grinder, 1 sot MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. any officer or employe of th? to tho Unti'uEd S'xitta Court eC Cov- double hajrakJss ncanly Eeiw, and just NEW YORK. J iciiiSon, ucder a heavy bond wh'Ich he bank to violate any of KIm provisbefore .the ceremony was pronounced. ions of the laws reiotfrg to banks, could not give. Mendyissohn's wedding march 'was the directors so offending shall be aofltly given by ono millch cow 5 year 'ho wouldn't come to Mdlford to do It. o Jointly and severally Individually Just Half in Bed. old, 1 jersey cow to bo iuarantced under the 1 If our friends had wanted It more on fresh nxt to tho crcdltora and stockholders Clyde.Ky. Airs. I. A. Decker writes" April carrying a bunch of flowwe In a religious plane we could tcil him Exact Copy of Wrapper. CarduI.H for any loss cr damage resulting hior hand and looking charming In 'frankly thai lit wouldn't pay. There from Clyde "I recommend a gown maido of iHghlt spring wagon. la not an editor or a preacherr 'hat tho woman's tonic, to any woman in from this violation, and If auiy uch 1C6C...-or damages be not mad good need of a remedy, For five years, I two boxes of anplta, 2 racks of Kay, could .tell the truth for thlnty .within a reasonable timo it ahallbe l'.gnlndston'o niousellnia deisoul ' tffim-roe- d stay in tho community in which they was unable to do my work. Half my tho duty of the secretary of ttoto. .with about 100 bushels of spuds. llv& if our friend doubtsi thfs let him time was spent In bod. At times, 1 il wlMi oansant of tho ftttornney The groom da well known and popular try telling the absolute truth for just could not stand. At last I tried Car-du- i. to dnatituite prooeedlrgs as may Xow I am well and happynd yoiUEg man, and has always stood on weeik and see wihere ho lights. be necessary to forfeit the chanter of well among society circles of twelve Wo hover were much to "sofit s.onp" can do my own work." Don't suffer I such bank. Bforhtshlro hogs, while tho Wldia Is an or "balarruy" anyone; in fact our'paln, headache, backache, and other asoccnplishod and italynicid school bluntnees ni:d honesty of Epejch has womanly misery when your owndrug- - Beware of Ointments tor Catiaachyr of a splendid tioiV "of Poland cost us many friends. Ttll the tnuh! giathason Msehelf a remedy Oardui tarrh That Contains Mrcurv giQt a bottle for your shelf Ctinas jKddgroes if deislred. Wo aren't going to do It, yet wo as mercury surely destroy tho sonso'' Ammnig 'tho baautlful prveirlts .wcrq there mould .be a better of smell and completely dorango the fith humanity, many times, Uncle Sam is to Have Some wTiole two sells of silver knives and forks, system when entering Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers ii . 1 siprtns barrow, 1 wihocl(banroiw, 1 if people had the courage to do It. A through the mucous surfaces. Such Banking Reform. Cook on patents. "Hints to inventors." "Inventions needed." and othier articles (00 nunmer-ciu- s Kansas editor announced ho would ar.llicl. a ihnnlfl iwwfr ti.t iTPd exenti to nipnitton. Tho bridal couplo try for ono week and he Is still In the Buffalo, X. Y., Feb. 2 lhat tuei "Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model for r.iacrfinMcna frrmi nvnntnihlu nhv- lefit yostierday on an extended trip hospOtal. He didn't gelt past tho first Uiri'ited Statas within the ncaft wo sWans, search ot Patent Office records. Our Mr. Greeley was formerly. as tho damage they. villi do tarns of 12 months time exitondc-- day? The following item appeared In years will have legislation Insuring a is .ten fold to the good you can possiActing Commissioner of Patents, and as such had full charge of too paries, ohtierwise pct Monday's issue and now itiho boys ar new and scionl.'ifilc bank-ta- g bly derive from them. Hall's Catthe U. S. Patent Office. cash, luncheon will bo served at the tab getting out the liv.r. Thfs Is what systiean, designed too last, a cen- arrh t'uiv, manufactured by F. J. Che After tiiis Mr., and Mrs. Smijth iwdll go ho said: 'ttlarriedM las Sylvia iRhodo tury, is, the predilatlon of Congress- ney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no to housektepirg In a cozy heme at to James Cannabayn, last Sunday man Edward B. Vrioeland, ehaflrmanof mercury, and is taken Internally, not, INCORPORATED tbe coTneir of mall and Dr. R. L. evening' at tho Baptist church. The th0 Banking and Cunrienicy Oommllttee ing llTrc'.ly upon the blood and mu- s2r7j bride was an ordinary town girl who of the Houye Qranby, Quotfontldrel cif Rejjrjsej:n;i-j'.vebuy-ir- g the. sjstem. jn don't,, know any monathan a rabbit and vice &airlan of (tho Now York Catarrh Cure be &uio you about cooking and niewer ihnCipd her Monetary Commission. 'Mr. Vweflwnd Eett tho gonuune. It is taljcn InAe- rFOR FLETCHER'S mother three days in her life. Sho is mauos tms promotion 11. a Buneuieu naJ,y and made ,n ToIeao 0hiOi by F. not a beauty by any means and has h to tho State Bankers' Assoclat'on I j chenc.y & Co Testimonials fr.. gait like a duok. Tlie groom is an hens, adding. uggis,; by Pn:oei 7Sc rcir Ladies! ave Money and Keep in Tobacco for the Sailor Man. li)afer, has been living off Thre is not if single doubt that the old folks all hfe life and don't wo are going to have radical reform Tak'Q Ha,1s Style by Reading ftlcCalTs Uncle Sam admits that the moat Famy 1Ub fop " BUCKBEE'S BULBS SUCCEED thing in th life of his tailor amount to shucks inohow. They txiU In our banking and currency system s.Jjpatij0,n Magazine and Using McCall Patterns Jn SPECIAL OFFER: men is their tobacco. AH cither sup- have a hard life while Kihey live to- The danger cin a ponio moat be done . McCU'M.. line will Mnd la bnlld New IIdaIdcim. A ' UlLl will jn&ke vou a permanent uuex linlp you ilrcss stylnieveir MCAlLS MACAZIhl away with. The people will plies ano bought, as Uncle Sam thinks gether." ' tomer. BntlBf action iraurajiteKl or your Order Your Magazines Now ishly at a mixlerato money ret untied. aigain euhnitt to tho suepenislcin of expenso by koupine they ought to bo bought, and tho A Dreadful Sight, Souvenir Ccl!ect!on!?i.?.?fr?l- soon be time that most read- It will )ml postnil'oii tho lowest bidder under itho specifications to H. J. Bar.num of FroqiIlle, X. Y., payment by banks and nil the suffo'- tLa fUlvuu( LfMoiifiJ wrM. Uru IlrMUlk. fMlktr blest fashions In f alktk. Hrrtu MSk. 111. PiaUb lrla. Hclllkt. tnituh. rloUiM and liau. CO lnK that, such a thine entails. Ourers of current litoratures and maga-the- ir AkamaaA. Iira.tll. lUnutiaulua. FBOdMk.rMua.CliUkodik. Eats the contract. But the Eadtor men was tho fevesvsorc tliat had iJagu Em NkNlHoa. Vnm Twllo. Ftrrtl TuIId. VukhtfJ New Kjshion Ucslcns lists hu iKvitodilcal matniMS have .been moro ex- - zes will be making up chooise their own plug tobacco and his life nilrt tallp. Oi1j. fNiiah. Bmu had Duult UvmIkUi. In curli Ivtuo. Also for years in spite of many - MI1J Mil inji"t xalunliln liiformatloii TOI'LHAHP. that's what Is bought, and by the ton, remedies he tried. At layt he used Pensive in losses of money and in for the new year. I am representa- I Write liUAUANTlD Mention this Paper I nil Imnio unci hardshlps than, all the wains Itho coun- - 'tive for any magazine or porldolcal Only iiLiltcts. and put in tho commissary for them. Bucklen'B Arnica Salvo and wrote; EIL 38 CHINTS Kv a jcir liicluiline you may want 1 will furnish I WecTfoitod Jcklinil ol thUnliubl MlUetloa that Tho board of offices Bitting on the "it has entirely healed with tpamctily try has ever knowm. Tii'D a pnltcrn. iiiwinHw, uuinHilTI, 'you them singly, or make you a cut All ruin imiiu, MffiH( iiui mj iuiTU ftboul U Uwl tMaUrulFJ,lmlbftsiU'liit&M&. totl.iy or touil . jqb takes all the pluga that manufacfur ftco Miiniilo copy. la ecar lefit." Hoals Bumns. Dolls. Ec i Jn CcmoeiSC ration 4 eonUsi, MaeMrful InwInrM J I'r'ce where 'ou tAle mor6 tlian one" immtimii tures submit to ithem, cut tbem up zema, Cuts, Bruises, Swellings, Qccas Stoo Those Fains. tiHa iciii iurn titup nw wiaif wiia uiinam Mc&II Paiieroi mil cnabloynn to inakn In your trnio, jh friMMi lurtMtui jiornka ua wvu ,Malce any kinds of combinations or III 4. nil unu t4nr. BOf inn lioimi. nllln'jurown ImuiH I'luililti for into bits, distribute them around and Piles ilike magic. Only 25c nt all MIsb.-tM- Ies yourself anil ilnlil.-c:-i ulikli ill bo jiorfrct Gertrude c)ubs AU renowaa accepted, and 1SC8 DUCKIES ST. ' Tlmbervllle, VH. W. Bitckfcto Iniylo ami 111. I'rlt'i imiio lilrlior than b among tho men and thion' take a vote druggists. KOCXTOSD, ILL. m '1 glve Gatlln, of Tlmbervllle, wastes: SuiiU lor frnc 1'nlirru jUIoruo, ( Ul0 same attention as new sub-di- d on it by goitdng nil the Opinions proVe Will Cnt You Tibc Prewntj for Ufltltrf iill) not know anything could stop .those scrjpUons Call on wrUe oj. tele. x'rlptionsniimni; sourfriiMHli. Soml forfrvo perly classified. Then .the milcr men May Get Corn Show. womanly pains, from which. I suffered hone rrmluin ( .ualouuu nml Cnsli l'rizo Oder. EY FOSTER J oant. kCck about itho tobacco ibemaiso TDE Mcait COMfANY. 233 to24D V.csl 37iS St.. NEW 10RI George B. Karsner, a for two years, until I tried Cardul. I The Republican Office, Hartford, Ky. they did It themselves. Nqw York farimeir of near lexinetpn, Ky., who f- had been troubled with tvaaious PTeiss. was in charge of tho Kentucky ex- - Jnuilo ailments, but tlney were enred In hiblt at Jho National Corn. ExrosJ- - a Uttlo while, thanks to Carudi." Car Not a Word of Scandal mjarrdied (jho call of a neighbor on Jirs. Hon, which has Juct closed at Colum-jdis esjKcially adapted for use liy W. P, Sipangh, of Manvllle, 'yo., who bus, 0 is WJnXildCTt that the Na-- j ailing women. It reliovos headache toid "eha told me Dr. King's New ttocpl Conn Ex.poosition for next yeaT backache, dragging feelings, irregu- Life PIMs had cured her cf olbsiU-Ka- eani bo socurcd for eomo Kentuokyoity jarity, nervousness, misery, and worn-- , anly weakness, it Is safe. It is rella kidney trouble, and made her if a proper effort Is made. Mr, Karener has sent a better to ble. It does tho .work. Will ybu try 1'lko a new woman." Easy, but feel 7 auno remedy for atomaoh Hver and the Lexincbon Commtmolal Club limr- - It? PUaso do. ' 1T1W 4lhi 4wf1. rk lnlr.1 .. thn .ill -. llVi Wdaey troubles. Only 25c at all drug and mako an effont to siecuroith'eiiiext HERBERT. gtets in NaMonal Corn Exiposfitioji, for that Feb. 23. Rev. La,wnenco of Beaver city. An effort .was made last year by Dam filled Ws appoiccanenti Running a Newspaper. at Faiu.her GoOirge Ado says about overy other a number of Kentucky coin growors,' eneek chunah Saturday and Sunday. fellow you meet thinks he could run headed .by Frank M. McKee, of WoodMessrs. iMycrs Floyd and, Will T. president of tho Ken- Croiwo have each lost a good horse a good notoU and wo have tenia to ford county, Grow-ons- ' Association, to recemiUy. the conclusion that about everyone tucky Cora you moot could run a f ino nawepapor, Indue the Louisville conunencfal orMr, Albert May and ailes Helm remarks Kugeno L'Hote, itho genial ganizations to make a ,b!d. for the eloped to Rockport Ind, Saturday nnd ddtor and publisher of tho Hlljford National Corn Exposition of 191. were niarnlwl. They were accoimipanl- Have you a good supply on harid, or isn't it about time to take your next order expressed confidence ed 'by Mr. and Mrs. CliaritB Taylor. Mr. AIoKee Herald, editorially 4na rePemt (HI.) hart. it could bo eeurl for Louis- to the printer? .." . Mr. Ldonard Tajilor'a duUdceni are Iseue of that bright and InttoTcstlng , For some reason, liowdver, stok wtl soro throats. pastor. Men will take the liberty to vll. . Look, now, and see if it isn't time tp get a new supply of Letter Heads, EnvelMyrtell you how to rum a paper, assorts the Louisville. orgaaiMuticsiis failed Mr. Hubert Burdctt opes, Statements or Bill Heads, and if you are short on any thing, send an order to L'Hote wftjen they wouldn't think of to take any aotlve Gtere In tl"o mat tle attlerfded; .the marriage of M ter, and the oxposttton iwas given' The Republican. hlnttog to tho merchant Jicw to conEwlm and Miss Tula Burdett If you have used printed, matter done by us, you nohirally will come hero when duct, ihU store, or tell the preacher to Columtbu8, 0., where it Infis iust at: PeltvtlUe tfie J34lh. A nurohor of prcml-- et Messrs. Earnest Burdett and. Frank good' money btin held." to preach. They 4y you have need for anything in our line, and there's a. reason. If you- - have never com grdwors wtiM endeavor to Stewart havia gone to Illinois. for schools and don't know whether had The Republioan do the work, suppose you get in the. habit. Wd do the satisfact ,tbe Loxlntton Cenunerclal .Jofeaay Us tearing; tho rule cf ihreo . Mr, NeAvman Hardin and family tory kind of printing and binding;- - No Job'irf ever delivered' in a shoddy, care-lesprojeat. or haw to hoM a ClaareJte- gracefully, iRtwed in tho from iiar. Qwensboro vWted at J. ' ' ' ' ""' ' ' manner, . . but hn it to the nqwspaper, . Do. you knew that of aW tho minor B. chlaanbera Saturday and SunWwy. ' Republican office you get real satisfaction, andpay no more for tho , At The 'iialng eaX, 1hrVa where they tiU lltuW co We aiv by far tilts most Mr. Forest ChaRtbera wife and son i ' ' ''f" . work here than you do elsewhere. &A ett. Durln the , .' .week b. friend dnterouT It is nut tb cojd lf of Fordevllle have been lslting the s A representative will call. upon you, if you call the office by '.'phono-o- r drop, us masted to Iwew why we didn't try that you jMMd to faaf, but the tem4lye of J, B. Chambers and R. M. and run a pmhh- - a lktt4iHOii ajoog Hrteu dk'wumu that St a card. tad WMe tiw pat week. ttw Unes of how ChrlBtwould run a to.v 'JtoatUf Aee ar kakwa w genii Mr, George family have , Wa don't know' jm. how bat' Otsmsmi 'fiwiuumoalft tod oomurapdoQ mgaslm. PtHtf-fVowW be. in the first ptaoe WcrM imqoeie hm. 'Vyy sat take Mr. c. ,W. PWllpa raade a short ( KH 'AlA-4l oa ortb we dot' beHve Ciftdrtafafti'i Cpnfi aae VMM to hW dwiglUer, Mr. Enmia newspaper bul-&- w ywi'r 'eoU"iwe' yeaaa? "pw Mlr, thk&t&kr l' 4w pi 90 Into ilia Mitt y u' 'druSKte. Mr, LwAle HImU mA Mm Delia 'iff ntfall, and If hdUI,wearMur c a Headache Somerset, Ky., Ftii. 28 Thcanaj butnlrg phut beds. , Ocffey of Wayne VjS?8"3' Bell and Josoph. nr.d Lrtrard bDVl3 cour.i'.y, who were nirnsUd by Un0:cil rjJ.iiT t ili'fj tl tihfr n.uimll 1r, .u. .,... . rnthlni. s Silatus Dtwty MaiiiUttl CoKmuin, had, again. thtur examirfjig tr!ail bsfore Un".jJ I . 'If you ha-- trouhlo in golfing States Cammlsslonor, E. W. Wti'.y r ccW jiou may iknow etiat J'oii pMadcd' &uL.'fy El it only ofjjj-cuwhen Coffey rcada arovery badIbVr:iwcon h ro ii svillo yTUio farmers are neariy jthrcugh T&'e Po -- ..,... TIor I The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PEtt AVegclaWcPrtparalionrorAs. simifa tfng ihclbotf antlRcdula Jing Uic Stomachs andBoxte of dekt Bears the Signature of I X co . y In Use s For Over ae-wa- sh peir-mf- Thirty Years Ma-bl- CASTORIA daj-san- gen-era- bM to B-- C unfler-s'.nsiC- ATE3VTO Washington, T. C. go-ca- nt 1 d GREELEY &M9INTIRE am cou9-urfa;s..- Chliaren Cry C A ST p R A I BULBS' ... 11 Tb- f m wtw to-d- 111 pcr-luii- ul P Mil J 1 C 1 .wciil-knoo- ui ff to B-- Your Office Stationery Commercial Forms, Etc. Rnd-eistf- er BeT-tna- wt s oe jt IF Qn w"jek yM ;' Rdy . '... 4 f If j. JBLiA my nomine wHk hi taowwrc'. MMbtopm SUMs oMBiwIfcn. In Unttted States may force upen tw pDHfjm matter to ths wrteitt thfct a i StMtor le to if ftefcetedlhy th In- -, yhmt hfe rWwrd may lw wp if he " :fl JSfea necorJlnff to lw at tk fwrtotflte conine lioatrinhtfe. We Tvtwt so whi oMtor of Mm IImM vrtMiatnch our I.Kj., mbbU bhiH M tlM wetmd selM! for that poti'ittoa. Mo Mka ho vM find t w m e'wte-too edKcrM cUhm vwt to ploe everyMg the. th-- i in a kdn farmer has to Bell on the fre list pait few month. It he xmnounced rr ,VW JUtTO. M. BARNETT If rttter irf Prfprfctf and at Che earn Mne coeM Jk ls kidependcnce, bo tmr m arty (Continued frMn First Pv.l "'. U.NEY FOSTER . to purchase all RrtfeieB which ar, nominees ar0 eoioarml,,y)dtba they '" , , aro nomnivVd fairly mA m men of io pretecfrd ty th tariff. logtk of time, nrd never A&dreae all cemnHBkattans character and standing, eSruWo of secd, execpt Jn rare inatancof, Thor !i"wo1ltlcslnJl"oKetucl?y fulfilKin thp duU'M of; The Hartford' Republican. ofKcto might m woU b exempt; Uiat eo1 SUvto FMmers' institute, but It 13 to which Uioy asjriro. So lw as wo contoed to th Democratic party. know, the RcpubMoftn paWy, in lhl3 curiticH (stocks in forclgw corporai tions, bonds, noice and other blCucJ-tle- a .3 tisa.lalj...vdl....... party ariyach ..ax. Two factions of that Stat Board of coutiiu or state hAs srexer nam,-sa.e- - aUTrr ........... ..... and evidences of ahould trying to control tho men q'.hcr than those whnuwouldi'ill pay an teeom tHX at a reaoonubb f seAgriculture for th purpose the above requlromoats w.bR nntnLUA-te- rate FRIDAY, MAROH 3. and under regulations which curing the patronage to be given out It Is tnio "that srliwj'of present secretary. J. W havo fallen short of our' eapocfiajtlojw would insuro thcJr brfr.gn listed; that by It Th U Ndwman represents on faction awl afAcr becoming office hoMcTO, and only public service corporaitton6 should ANNOUNCEMENT. I be charged with a franchise tax, and Cominis-slon"Vneolund( formerly some of them have eo fsMifcrX'.jtited We aro authorize to announce Hen Hubert this should bo bactd on carattig3 afof Agriculture, th other. The our respoot as to prcoludofour sup-poW. S. Dean a oardldato for ter operating expenseb have bee" ofrlco of Representative Republicans seem to hold the fcalince in th future. Tho HwiCcrd Re- paid, to the Jiat license taxes Should net b two factions publican is probably of power fbetwwn th in the next General Assembly of tian assessed agaicet any useful profeselvm subject to the action of the 'and may thereby be enabled Co at the average party paPer aSjlJdo.B t 6 ", ' Tfom least secure fair treatment, wjuu claim credt for bertng "RUBER" Uian . Republican party. ". i , iquor dealers whey cccowtlon fa net has not always been accorded 'Jh, m overy,body else, but hasmnxr (,iranleans useful, however desJrablo .., Stat Board ,i.-- -i ! Soma vears nco when th ,i,n,Hmay to mw,yj to ldlers, whose The troublo roitii "Argus" U thatjot .Agriculture was created and the !.- m ' luilnerant lives makes it almost ciy.4- , , h don't know a farmer from a wall places filled, by appointment by Gov he 'n whether an No Ko no Property tax; thy treet speculator. eraor Beckham, he appointed ail &jV-e- n . !, BtowB.whldhMtopeadkmpayMt. of' them from the Democratic par- do; with a Btr.;rnron,la .. v mo or mo proptrty tax and requilno exJIUU iuuj;u..i.uia iuv j ty, THUS ELIMINATING ANY POLI- and when tho Hartford Herald, In efbe a largo crop or Jtopunncan tra police protcetfon aod to a few FRO-ENOUGH. Both TICS IT SURE to select from when, thoState parties should" .be recogtuiaed in tbo fect, does that and we merely ral1 other ithdnga, tho rcgutaMon ofvihlch instead of engaging In th manufacCOOPER SCH00LH0USE. Convention meets to nomlnprfe for positions to bo given out and all attention to it in a kind way, th rKfluires a license. ture of products that come Into comFeb. 27. iTho Farmers ar very busy only answer which It gives to a ramb. State offices. petition with free labor. should work together in harmony fqr ling talk about prieparilng for another crop na tho "rattlers for She I am for local option, but not for I favor a law requiring Che- - publi- chill of al prohibitdon, unites Kentucky StateFormers' In th important measures wlilich are baby and an eleven foot 'hlppopot-winter is almost over and Tho to stitute held, at Mt Sterling last week, tlio ha Dromoted for tho welfare of amus." All of which is rygpeotfully forca is amKuylmenit putting it Into cation, of campaign coni!irlbut!ons and now comets on the glad springtime: a statement of their expenditure. to take effect at least flfteen Stot of Kentucky. submitted to our road ens for a verdict Miss Cora Burgess of this placo without a doscenUfig vote went on I have given what I conceive to be as to which one of these papers Is yai3 dtUir its adopluon, so lihatthoee who has been vory fll of typhoid record in oppoon to tie Cana Ts"THETTE? WHICH principles of the Republican parwiho have invested tbcdr money in Wio the fever ds Improving ndcely. dian rociprDdtjrtmeaty. The fallowing quotation from nn really (the friend of tho peoipl. buatoess while tho law recogmilzod it ty, a general outline of Qia public Mr. Bill Raffenty spent jWodneB-da- y In editorial in .th Loulsvu'ille HraM is aa ilegdtlmato may dtepose of tid"r questions upon which pamtiieis may be The famni rs institute declared with hs (brother Fred Raflforty. n d Protection. a fair sample of the double poTopenty without materialjoss. flavor of4 cccssary legilslatiloini to bar- The called upon to express their views, Messrs Margin and ArolHockcror argument used by promoters of This papier is opposed to any form cotnisMtu'jtonal provision for local bu- and my own position upon these quesry out0 provisions of the recently Logansport spent Wednesday and "reolpnodity" with Cana- siness sine tiheni waa amendment to the StBHa Con- - the Canadian reciprocity scheme, the of invested with tions., I believe" a vlrifle paitty, such latest and most of feotlV .weapon which da which admits Canadian feed pro- fuM kioniRiedg of the hazard involv- - as 1 conceive the Republican party Thursday with Roy and Ray Stevens. in the interest of good roads. The entertainment at this 'place, Is being used In behaJf of universal ducts to this country free of duty. to be, should have (decided views upgiven by tho school Wednesday United Statts Senator, who will fireo trade in Ui& United Sttaites: We can see mo difference Uotween A But while I am for local option, I on all Hying Issues and should cour- night was quite a success a largo o "Reciproclity mearB a HWngi fUdbuster to prevent a vote being with foreign countries in ageously express and defend them, but doubt th wisdom taken upon the eligibility of a felof the high price burden dhatfa aid Free-- queslon of extsndang of agitating tho how far other members of the, party crowid present and all reports. a nice manufaotuncd products it .to other countime dt being the last day ofBchool (rests on the shoulders of the low member, is to our way of thinkTrade with Canada in .agricultural ties untdl those counties including may bo willing to go on the ques- Mias Lambert the tenchenr Tetunned man who would ining just as bad as a products. In one tho Amenlcdii manu consumer. It involves no thoir cities according ito olasalfiica-tio- tions outlined or others thalt may to her home at 01atonFriday. bnitoe his may dnito that body. justice to the farmer, deaplto facturer is hit jn, thb Other tho shall send to tho Leglslatune a be suggested, I do not know. Sirs. S. F. Gary of this plac is American fanner ds made to suffer. tilie pTOtcais thait have been I hope th party will sMll be wil visiting majority dn favor of such extension. TV lhave neveT yet seen any answer relatives at Beaver Item at We do not believe tn that kind of mode by designing persons in For instance, I do not think it prop- ling to Indorse Its fundamental doc this waiting. to our query, concernilng the way In , d protection. It is out humMs name." trines, which aro a part of it, anid In er to further retard igonerail iegisla-tio- n which cheap food supplies for 'th Gentle Stevens returned ham Fri doing their own pro- ble opinion that the farmer of Iowa Tho farmers are and Eoigender porsonal antagon- addltlonn will take advanced ground day after a few. weeks visit with her consumer is to ibe ibrougbit about un- testing and tlhey are doing It in a vig- is Just as much entided to Protec- isms, on the questions which are pressing as has been done in the last der the reciprocity treaty, without orous manner too, Only last wvek tion on his products as lUha Eastern brother Mr. Chas. Stevens ' of Beavtwo sessions of th Kentucky Leglsla their attention upon th puiblic mfind, er Dam. lowering tie price of farm products- at the State Farmers' institute, held manufacturer is on his. tune, by trying to foro a vote on and I am quite sur It will do bo. But Mr. Esker Coleman wife and little at MtSttTJing, unanimous tvalscflutfoiis Is ther anything wrong with this "We hop Senator Bradley will pay local option in Louisville and Joflfer-so- n It must be recognized that tho, only daughter, Winona, of Pnentts,- - sPont wer passed in opposition to the position? Manchester la., Press. way to organize man into paatfes for no nWentdon rto the telegrams which counity until thecre is a sufficient Wednesday night, at Rev. G. W. Gor' treaty and telegrams Boat by a uPe- the Louisville Herald is urging tihe public sentiment .back of the niove- - united action is by mutual conces- dons. C u Mnwin uramey cuiiiiumee An Principle. I ment to send a majority of Jefferson sions of 'Individual vkiwa anid compeople to send him requesting Wm requesting thorn ,to "The Syracuse to support th fre trade treaty uCith!and county's RtpresenitaUves to Frankfort promises of personal opinions', leavNotice. How Iwnlcn of. the Albany Argus, ing the decision to' a majority ,of " lieci and tnat he will stand bylP083 "insists that in ifavor of a That Resolutions of Respect are are!hieh Price be lifted from the consum- - procity is a Republican principle." rula applies such law; and the same those directly charged with the duty Kentucky farmens TMho to a man v x to couEitdes Jiavlrtg "?tius tu su iai ui icLTJii iiruuuuis uie uuu And opposed to the measure. the docs not deny of other classes not now included in of defining th pairty"B attitude un published in The Republican at the oorned w4'.ihaut hurting Che farmers? public cluestlons. rate of two cents per- - line, six word3 accusation. But dit cannot came the law. Many fanners in Ohio County iwiho Do the advocates of th treaty Chink the Very respectfully, a esqnitenco in any RepubttcaJij plataveraging' a' Un. 'Please $6 mot send 1 unged the opposite view In 1907 a year or two ago were opposed to that tine farmers' are 'tihe same old form g. w. long; in the past fifty years which and we hav twloe tried obituaries to The Republican without miUdng any effort .to stcure imtcade-miize- d fools they used to be? Most of them pass cuch to sanotions tho kind of naplprodjty that a Jniw and have not only failed, but ; For Sale. roads, after having cried a can now read for themselves and Is expecting to pay for publication of contemplated in th Canadian! pgr e- Five-roohave retarded other, business. I am few miles duning the muddy weaOher think for themselves. They nr not cottaeo .with c nrM this kind of matter. In all cases -. ment On th contrary, rt'ery Rk?- now willing ar now heartily Jn favor of every receiving one penny too muoh for publican to leave every mem- - of land. In Hartford. Ky.. Good out- - cash must accompany platform that has memtionud. ber obituaries unof the Legislature to follow his buildings and a well of never-fai- lmeans whiah can be brought albcut to any product of the fanm and the subject at all has distinctly con Qwm instructions unhampered by a ing water, price $1,100. less you havo an account with this eour permanent mecademlzed roads any reduction on amy of Iheso pro demnnd roo.Inrooltv In "artlcJes 'w. platform whloh flhey usually refuse to on all dmporitant thoroughfares of the ducts is an FOR SALE Five-rooinjustice cottage in office. All matters for Chiurchles, etc. to them ourselves produce-- " abey. I am in favor of ibulkling good Hartford, Ky. Price $ 550. county. where money is to be derived, govern robbery of the most deserving class " roads by State aid and believe that lL A. C. YEISER & CO., AgtS.. of citizens in America, and fche ones ed by same conditions as .While' ta-ii Stenllng last week Gone Democratic. . conyiots should work on public roads 32tf upon whose shoulders must rest very ' Hartford, Ky. . t pleasure of visiting the W bad th responsibility for (prosperity in this The extent to which a Republican office of the ,JI,t. Sterling Gazettte, country. "Made by designing Per administration has "gone Democratic" which is so ably edited by Stanley sons Js a nice figure of apeech. pray in the matter of tho "reciproaLty" 0. "Wood. The Gazette is an up to arrangement (with Canada was Indi 'date paper in very particular, and who are the designing parsons? Are they the mill men whose flour, re- cated by the vot of February ,,13, by has recently been making a fight for which th House ordered Immediate clearior etnoots in Mt Sterling which mains on the protected list. Aire tihey consideratjoji of the bill ns repoxitiod r- has attracted attention far and wide, tho meat packers whose meat Ways', and from and has been a great benefit to the malns on the protected llat, while tho Means. the Commute on Th vot was as follows: wheat and cattle of the farmer is of that city. citizens placed on the free llat? if any de- For lnunedCoto consideration. 197 signing persons are working In th'.s Against immediate consIderaUion 120 It looks rf-- Lwould kill the proposition to dkfit matter to fool anybody, it certainly United States Senators by direct vote must be those who expect to be ben Republicans gating for .. G3 because the Republicans dnsist Rihat efitted and they are pulling the wool Democrats voting for .'i134 i the measure shall Ibe coupled with over the eyas of tho President and aaaaaammmMMaaaaaaaaaaaaaawtawMmaaaaaaawaam ' iaaaaaarLaaaaamJlaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaam aome sort of assurance that ejections members of Congress. No one has jfV97, wdll bo fair in itha South, now imuch yet had ths hardihood to point out Republicans voting ngalnnst jffteioi, tetter is the limited States Senator any instance where the farmers will Dgemocrats vqotlng against who secures his election to that body be benefitted hy this schemo. by th dlsfranchiisanent of mor than Mtftl20 aaaaaeamJaaaawaaajaLawaaawmFQataaaawaaM K aaaaaaaaaawJaawwrawa A TENDER SPOT. . half tin iobens in hts stall, iiban llio Ifcre we find un almoat solidjDSmo-cratl- c on who buys a few votts from Because we mildly cnlticisd boto'? vote supiKWtlng a aaaaaaaaawraaawma aaaaaaaaaaaam Ar&aaaaaawawawaaaawmaaaaaaaaaam L'aQaaaaaaaaaaaaa tie opposlite party to bring about his advice whtteh the Hartford Herald measure emanating from a Republican gave to Its meadors last week, that pa-- l administration, and 101 cut of 174 per comes back at us with ft snarl RipubUcans nef using to support, that Jt la commonly accepted that tho nwasure. No political American Indian ds fast disappear- - and gnashing of teeth which can on- Free-.Tra-d tng from th face of the laith. A ly Indicate .that two (touched a TEN- vent of iequal gravity has occurred 'Tecent article in the Youths Compan- DER SPOT- - instead of justJifjiing its Bjnoo tho apostacy of Andrew Johnson forty-iflv- e years ago. ion calls attention to the fact that advice to the Domoara!ti8 to support th Tho vote on the passage ot-- the an probably as many Indians aomto,ic, NO MATTER WHO HE ther BE, th bill, February 14, was as follows: in America as there wero 309 years MAY itB courseHerald prooecdis to on the idea that this FOR THE BILL. 'K oxo. but that thov are 7&t 'bocom- fTho growth its party RepuMicana- - ...'.' of the First Christian Church in HantfonL Vtooo Us organization a few years ago,-ha-s ff... 78 'jug7 clVjlfzedf taking advan. ages of paper has heen nominees. W' 143 That is no Juatilficaffcion Democrats nirecnool ladutJes and o:cier mtanB for tho bad, ad vie 3 which uhe Horald thlnga tor their chunoh hererfhey have accompHehed many UpoaZwini-zatloot tmpTOVemnt ThtT are now in n Total''..,. '.; of ihe church on Doc A, 1905 th services wrteld-r- t 221 HuTS-iround 'numbers 305,000 in h ynlt-e- A pave Ite.raiderB. jxoomphikis fiut the i thJe paper eupported "The ImpossiFor perhaps tvo yeaw ithe meottnga wore held tfer. wbed AGAINST THE B1LL.W f- Stateu and terrttoniiesBrd b ' tide mentioned claims that 'tLCn Is ble B1M .Taytar and the unutUmblo Republicans torayear, vn,the Methodbt chuuxh waB sold to th ChrUt Church" .87 t Vf" . pflobebly something near th number Gus Wlltlson!; whatever, that may Democrats TeU thl qhufchrwe-SaX-, 5" mean. Well thexe was never any rea and(b by Rr, p..TftCkv. Rev, ? , ene whea i Columbus cMsoovcred son why the, paper should not sup lutaj ....a. ...... .... Amertca. port either of them a a nominee Total vo'tie cast, 313. 'Ofa Is o. of Us parity. We know of nothing Majority for the bill, 12a. 'The OhWh. to ia eondlMoa'aad Ae wMiiwai of always righjt politically speak- - which Taytor has aver bow proven Not .voting. 73. article publlgbjed downer guilty of except to have hie office stoHerein 0' revealed the fait" bat v -- .v0. jiwc-j.Hv v aiu-- t oytiyv. ut n. tt. jiuay uao. . ... oka- AJ..L. laud- - .i- tiia Issue in response 'io Mr, Stall's len by the Heralds party aad its : ... ... Wllli&nw TunJor. Ui.' tv iiI. 'WrlKhit? VBirmilLi. jl- - , r JTr8 f1' suggestions for the com- - teader&r ,Asj .rongot for allowing oanceraia fe9 Itertfiwid BlMe achooi recemMy aiieatvM as gavernor jWWaon a unt to support of ta util ,hg,J Republican State plartfonri, ragiets la concerned there wa no reaaon why prosMy," Upon no question t Cfcnlstiaa Cburoh of HartoM-- M SMh t - ZZT??..-- . AT V ,Tll wJw't our hearty approval in almost tMe paper should mot have givaa him part Mi yara have the DeSwrata l of me was ia a w44h u' teem wwwow .. waa-ddt Us cordtel support, as against Mr, Ilft-- been to nearly unanimous as n tills an!anvftvvBiv. Fry. iarUculr. in m. i inn . . T"1" , ' VAply 'KtVUbUeaBfeH), which is al- fTae 'Bible School '! Ha haa dose a food many satiy Ftw-Tra4 Saally ocgfivi&im , meaure. dMag Uw yew nUmriinmYA of' )? jpnegnrtUve, exxyt,'jat fee falJ- - thluijB since he became govaraor true that never aio y kale , jJrotea-JA io (Ugu tlw. faniff, wfeA &f5T?-Z:...ymr. we have dJbappvd and our Pay came latofrawarhava'lSA Ha- - 1910 aveWKed A- eefcobl ftokt Km,' havUvv eTSw -Jr feature, but we kaqw w&&n h readera wlH bear us out In the steA- - puhUcaas nyika House (beeavld-- d ' to MpaalMtfoa of ka m av.age W h u7 - s&aat.thttt we have not, hoJ)tated to a' a queWloa oTprtsr y i3giart1 e sZjU&vi y so. The writer wiUvBo. buh OhrfjA wwklag te tkw te do flte jML?7Z it vww set' ttotjt to We la thto kere J feod for ref Iw&a. Hartford Republican. It O. 1 iiiniinr.i nniiirmiro rnn.rr..i r - , pom .. ay ret S ...." d) d- er ut POWDER .,, ,m''t .?,. !... 'a... &h ox-co- mad Mth Royal Gram Absolutely Pure only baking powtfmr t.io S, wj-dldnt- es B '. 1 Jy Crmam of Tartar Limi Phosphate Alum, . f Stai'je-flvJd- o th0ocn-aV'tutLon- 1 (, J back-actio- One-Side- Pree-Trad- n, k one-side- , W " Post-Standa- rd -- m m oblt-urari- es. -- Bible School of First Christian Church, This City. maaaaamsBSsia'faaaaaaaawBKammaaaaBaaawaaam UW'TimXaaawaMaaaKarJaasLMaalmf7aaawwm ; Frrad maaaaaaaWmwKmKMm'W'aaaaSlamLaaaa3arTIjaaamaM Ku tJ'aaarmlJjfaaaaaammaWliaWiaamM jt de-fie- 'f. W cl r few? ? 5 2? WSSST u4r . kZS pWSohSch ong Guard,"-GeorAVrU- ,al-me- M'BohoVlI'chntaktaa awdid U fr Froe-Tra"tec- 'r.t k ) oar tWerfty-byiiWit- y- oruud' a de Kb' Jway .fMPHJr.fliJ8lr9' ijt uoflt 0. W, "& ad touiMJ hZZ3lli "rmmm. ,. Mi'V - .1k,!!L.- ,. T..7r vi wj toiTeSTSJZ' TT i'aw a44ae I V 'fe &,? 9m tihe nice ad oC Tim ThopnM Still Hold Good! V Dwn route, 3, was a plcwnnt caller Monumental Works n this tame. m MocJiviifg Tajw spring ywrterday We Rro good every day. Careen & Co. All owing mo will pHaeef I !, Wo ar'o pneuwrod to show you Id's, eSll and mnk of now niwrdhainlia.3 for tprlrg. E. W. FORD. M. D I W33-LT- . ra . .... U4, tt l snnaeiur, oi. Ktavcr iwrfiix. k mi. tLzyv 09' .r .j , 'W- - v k vx. X ifa '"a.JW yxj; i m w. . Minn r!3M(mmM nS5NMS.4Hi fcJMK pill H6B4HrPFV mliBt 'raHU wBi 4 jjjencb CaUore&. Clotheg .1 In order that we may clean up our entire stock of WINTER SUITS AND OVERCOATS, we have decided to let prices remain same as during our recent Big Sale. This means a great saving to you. If in- come and see the Best' Stock of Clothing in "Ohio county. We are sure our prices and styles will induce you to make a purchase. This means a . $20.00 Suit now $15.00 Suit now $12.50 Suit now $14.98 $9.98 $8i48 Overcoats at same reductions. Don't forget that it pays to trade with a house that sayes you money. Miss Maym'o Shown closed her school at Alexander ilast Satevening with an excellent urday entertainment- - The house was crowd ed and everyone was more than pica ed with the program. yf Attorney S. A. Anderson his been! appointed by State" Auditor FwP. James as Revenue Agent' for Ohlof Mr. T. B. Cooper, of Oromwel County. Mr. James did well in solcty 'Lieut Clarence B. Stlawn, S.irg. was a pleasant cailler Thursday. ng Mr Anderson to look aflter hi Williojm Ulles, Corporal Ben and Miss Mayme ShOT-- left Monday afterests In this county. Blalr left WednEday mornfnig for FRIDAY, MARCH 3, ternoon for Bowllrig Graen. Ky., rs. Martha Berry wife of MT, J Loiulsyille, whre thny will wttefnd a where she will enter school. D. Berry of the Palo neighborhood, school' of Instruction, wihioh will be HUnolsCentralRallroad Time Miss Susie Wright has returned died last Sunday Fdb. 26, of paraly- in session at the anmary n that dty 33t4 future home- The Prcduce Man. from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. sis. Table. Interment was In ifche Smltih for the next thirty days. The school Evans, of Evansville, Ind. At Beaver Dam Kv. grawyard the 27th, in the piysjnco is for the benefit of tho entire Sitate Wheat Growers Attention. Mrs. Franks, of Breokenrldge counof a large crowd of sorrowing fnlends Guard, and represenitnUves rom each South Bound. Tho Wheat Growers are called to North Bound. ty Is vlslftog her. daughter Mrs, Tlco and relatives. company aro sent by the commander No.mdult:S5B.m. N0.1S2 due 4.05 pm. meet at Hartford the first Saturday In ho.irMu12:2Sp.m. No. 101 due 2:48 p.m. Baker, near Sunnydale this wck. Road Commissioner W. B. Taylor of the company. Lieut Sho,wn, will m No.lM due Ho.l02dn!:48p.in. return In a few days, Sorgt. LUes and March, in connection with Ohio counScores of remarkable values In our has finished the work for the present ty Union A. S. of E. to perfect a willl epend the ntlro of roparlng the Hartford and Beaver CoTp. Blair now C, 10 and 25 cent Department. Whea Growers Organization. A good thirty days. M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table 28tf HARTFORD GROCERY CO. Dam pike. Several loads of sfcono attendance is requested. Mr. J. H. Rdld, at tho Ntiw York were placed along the pike, and It Is The local talent ezcewalnmenlt nt at Hartford, Ky. T. H. BALMA1N, store, Is in the Eastern markets ihls now in much better condition t&an Dr."Bean's Qptira House lost Friday Chairman Pro. Teni. Time table effective Sunday Dec many months. nlgihit for the beaiofi of tho fund for wak buying goods for his store hiere. for 4th, contains the following schedules: Tho many friends of Miss C3ertTude tho" now Methodist Church, was one I ' . . Best NorthernWhlte Seed Oats FORDSVILLE. No. 112 North Bound due 7:29 a. m. Wnlght, milliner for Barnard and Co., '0; the best entertainments that basl F.jb. v 50 cents per bushel. 28. While reiturning from dally except Sunday. will regret her illness whole In. tile h ild tho boards at that play houso 'of' church Sunday The old, ancient and ruined W. E. ELLIS, evening,; somo cro of No. 114 North Bound .due 3:40 p. m. city on the bank of picturesque Eastern nanafkets lcoradng theBprCug months, 32t4 The Produce Man. audftinco was tho la . a crowd of rowdy boys threw A brick dally except Sunday. Green river, is one of Kenstyles In mllilnery. Howover, she Is that has uvcr aseamLled at on, and struck Mr. John Kirk azfosa the Mr. J. A. Thomas has retnirnod from No. 115 South Bound due 8:C5 a. m. tucky's most beautiful curiosi' gottlng along nicely, and will prob 'tune at that place, and everyone w P temidtt cuttinur n. iradi amfl riinilor- except Sunday. dally a business trip to Morganitc(n, In ably ties. Our set of post cards return n'ext week. rxafly pleased with tho ecfen ninmeii mg hlm uncob0ious for aAvhtle. Hd No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p m. the Interest of the Thomas Monumenincludes every thinp of interest, Deiputy ShcTiff"Bearidranid Perkins aad praised aU who took part The wnc nt nhy, ln ...t,,,,,, K.hn, viz: The Old Prison, The Rusdally except Sunday. tal Works. . ... ivuurjicu, .. ,i . "A proposal Under Dlfffcul N... of Hafluilnsburg, Ky., were htQj tic Bridpre, The Massive Stone ukj H. B. MISCHKE Agt lo ii"3 Miss Daura Rowo, saleslady in Ui day afternoon, on their way to Eddy- - tU b" and 'Vk&netie's Wedding" were isyr iiiuriuug, bo Steps, The Deserted Mines.The hoiho at Reynolds, Ky., to lytmvor New York store, visited aw panents vllle ponitentiaTiy, wfoerio they Were rtcJty enjojtd, but bttit of all were Old Alum Well, Ruins of the from his injury which wo hope Id not Old Homes. Price 5c each, or Mr. Thomas GTeer, route, 3, was Mr. and Mrs, A. B. ROwe. of Center-tow- n, taking two prisoners, senfcaiiovd to lm- - the JcHy Watfwr Drill. Sorig by puserious. John is an exoeiler.t complete set of six 25c postpaid. this week. lKai:ihryn Williams, ar.d Duo by pil and wo hopo to saa hJm a caUer Tdosday. at Jibo rccocit term of clr-it- li btck lliry EUiin Mocre and T. Lankin soon. Mr. Albert Cox was a caller at this . Miss Elenna Smith is lujro from cult count at Hardlnsburg. office. Wednesday. Mad'lsonville tho guest of her father, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Evans, of Evans G.ittia The entertainment and coach Supt. Leach was quito a wdcome Vnd(-- r tho direct charge of visitor at school Monday. All tho Jlmateilr Photograpkrs! General Hoqvr,"nouito3; was a Brof T. H. SmCitih, Vice President of vlMe, lnd., ana visiting- tho laitec'3 ln3 F1 parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Wright. 3Ilfi3 Mary Taylor, to whom much cre-M-r. teachers and pupils expressvd a deHartilord Collage. pleasant caller Tuesday,' Given for tho splendid success sire that ho make his calls more Films Developed, any size, and Mrs. Enns w4U spend a few tdt Mr. John BlaiVr, route 3, was a ' We have for sale strictly pure 'ow 10c a roll. Prints 2c to tic each. afiflalir. lhe speolul music dajis here befono leaving for a so-,woon ,Mr. Leach. So come again tailor at this office Monday. Orleans Molasses, rIgh?from the planPhoto Post Cards from your Joura in Colorado." Tb&y will prob- - wafl und" toe s.upiprviston of Mrs. J. 1 Rev. Roberts filled his regular negative 4c each 40c a dozen. Mt. W, H. Reed, of Bdaver Dam. tation. I ablv ba accomroainied by Miss Susie Ocro and Mrs. 2. Wnyco Griffin, at tlio Methodist church You can make big-- money makiHARTFORD GROCERY CO. was a pleasant caUar Tuesday. and this, was ont of th'o movt Wrigihit. Sunday morning and owning. ng- post cards for your friends. e. was Mr. c. FWaHace, of Rosin look afof the evening. SALESMEN WANTED-nt- o Charge them 75c a dozen. Best The entertainment given at ColtleSo LosIIq Coniibs, living about Mr. a pleasant caller at this officio Mon ter our Interest In Ohio and adja work in Kentucky. Send us Hartford and Beaver Dam Basket Hall Friday evening was well attendpainday. cent counties. Salary or Oomanlsslon. six milos East of this city, was your orders. BaUitoams will match game of basket ed, successfully rendered and enjoyed fully Injured Tuesday afternoon when Imp-reas The Hairvy Oil Co., Clve- Mr. Oswald Hooker, lofit Bunlda; he was kicked In the face by ahorse. b3itiDr. Bean's opera bouse . Satur- by all. The young folks quite " . ... Fiaducah, where he will sPemd, Be' ferfllla nd, Ohio. acting. The Haljchdt . 'iwo games wui Depiay-eoo- h breaking his lower, right jaw. , days. , by ebo first March and drill with the boys cos We have just opened up a big as- - Dr. E. W. Ford and Dr. J. R. Pirtle ARTS HUD CRAFTS SHOP " Best Northern White Seed Oats Bortmon ofi men's and.'lftdU'ea Ox- were called for medical and dental and, second teams of each city. tumed as In f the daja of Woshlng-c- n certainly very pleasing and ' was BaUa teams "BO ce&ts pet4 bushel. are in splendid fords and Shoos, ateo a ftoe lot of assistance. LnckUoxlOO i condM4on and it i apriae Clothing and .Dress Goods, Hanteford Mill Co. the Btavcr I)am effective! The following program wa Ky, 32tf Mrs, J. H. PrJchard and little bn, hojTg have won several gaanies, and rendertTd. t CARSON & 00. Mr. Sam Mon&m of Ceralvo,' vlalting fell ooufid'ont of Louiavtlle. wo have been Washington Class. SoB of winning Saturday H. Regular ' services" will be hold by the JornWa paraoite, Hot. arid Sirs. 4the guaab of Mr. wd Mra. T, R. ' peojile In Hartford R. D. BmaieMt, went to, Bqaver Dam, nilfotv while on the other hand ouj' HaWhot Drill and March, Sixteen m Mtstoodtart sitatay nionnlDg' and night SunUay for- a short vW.t at that piaco boys .are praotiolcg daily and bavo Boys. wng. Mtitaowss. oi mwuouii. next IAbcTity and ynJon Drill Six Gkrl soae'fine players, and wiUl undoubtPremfelrg 'by the, pastor. The pufollc with retaUvesjbeforejraUiraM home. edly ifmake-.i- t toterctfng for tho i !,' vw the.flnwwtiof Mr,-- and Mw,jW.,C. e. and two Boyb. , , toV&JiUiy ''Invited. Thy wr 'aeeewpaakdyby Mr.sPnLch.; ,sh Soblamnor, ibia Bviybody hoouW- - tuqn'out and SaviagjHltf .Bacon, A playetb-Rut- h Leav your Laundry at Clove, Iler'a ard, wfeo came down from Loulvllle glv our (bays a hearty welcanhjrnnd Loyd and Byron Smaltjnood. !' iUm M&1 Bwrnes, of Rmdar. is "jroeeryi Work guaranteed and prompt SaurdKy. "nost" far all tficre la In hcm. The The Chop Chop Song and Drill Da.v4, ''"vlaliteK for siaUr Mrs. Bm delivery. '. Agent for. Madlvoavllle JJlflaee Orvha Stufvens and Anna first team will ba composed Twelve Girte. , , Biir Subbi11 this wak. ' SKaw Laundry. Madlsonvllle lee ft BUm Kttown, 'IDV.i' '' ' t- Bwvr rma, and of Herbwt FrfUx, Center; Harry' Song Juat d Bit of Cloth But Kb finn- AAAHA. r, m OmUI. nnnM -Va,' llll Wv Laundry Company, Incorporated, tf Wfme Aflle J. Pattao and Winona ' kM. II W forward; James D. Fordi Red, White and Biue CUa. 4ay wMh Mr. wi Mra. W. P, Rao- Faroe Too Much of a GoodTtbilng forward; Devert Mosley, Wt Rv. W. B. Wiigfct ww untoble to Stem, aad Meswu H. J. Bell and der.and his Ue itausbtar, at M- - m Ue Rfttoiataaat Bit e PiWQbrts-tfa- J. Ny Fotr- - Halt Thiwdy ix Gkria and thneo Boys. tar gud," Rfeea Hatcher, right suard.. WE DO THE tenawH. Alusio by orobustra was excel lettt CbuwlH kero Itwt'Supdity, on oc- - LouJsvMle, wae tfey yJtanedVb? &ffA team, Claude IClng, oeater; 4 Bahjkj&, 'left forward; Ross SATISFACTORY The afctcnctaBeo of the Baj&t Sunv Dr. CtaP8o DaWw aaaVwtN WMt of aa nripptatoaBt alt HosBw-U- r. pwtowce, ts Miba garah Bni-iMUi- Ea FeJJx', day school le steadily locrfiftstogi ach JSw.Aierq Jiaad. at Louteville Titter, j4gh forward; Xa foalahod trma avleadbi &r- .'Awry 'TJMerd; of VerimtMn, .war KIND . by amw.;VBlBte. Lw4s, who 4attcd rfct.'iard; Williwn Moofle, et Sunday. Our naw.' Sup,ariH4lBt ijjtae Vrfih frtod la 1Mb' ftty, gUMW." ' . te eunttJlnly dolsg all ho. can t aT(wo ! v Wxt vs8.hw.taM. ,; fi &&. RNMtaf. le d, 3.i;-n-- Jkm&6a cent counter. 2Stf HARTFORD GROCERY COT nt Mr. U. S. Faught, Ccm,tontOAa, and diuhir.r, M'tw Ruby Neal Kauglit, vrav-- pl.asont 7a!CJ"s at this offilco Tuesday. Mls DaisyVtddingTniaiiflhitcr of Judgo R. R. Wedding, has- - rutunnd from nn extend cd visit with h'r grasid-moth- tr at Lindsoy, Cal. Mr. T. R. Barnard, senior member of th'3 flrd of Barnard & Co., was In the Eastern markets thjs week, purchasing goods for his stone. The Cheapest Place of Earth to buy all kinds of Seeds. The OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY COi 29tf Hartford, Ky. Mra. Laura Stavcns is attending the MardI Gras celebration at Nw and will visit nelaMves In Louisiana, before returning home. Mr. Raymond PhlUlpsand family, oky, and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Paxris, cf Red Hill, Daviess county, will leavo Monday for San Antonio, Texas, where they will make their future ham: Mrs. S. A. Andonson Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mbnton, of Island, Ky. She was accompanied by Mrs. T. J. Morton, who had been visit ing relatives hero for a few days. Mr. T. R. BarnardTof the firm of Barnard and Co., as returned from Smallhous, where he spent a few days during the special sale of the dry goods firm of Barnard und 25 !j Kit-ting- er. Mr John L. Wllllnms, of Owons- Drs. B. "FCbaWJti "Sockpoit, and begp, form rly in tho plumbing bu&.-- n WiUlairil Like cf Simmons called to in this city, wus hero Lh!a soo us wlUo In town. yostntrtfay. Nygk on buninnss. Attorney' M. L. Hcnvra r ituraud jir. sam Roberts, proprlttor of lh Wednesday atternonon from Arkansas Now Commercial Hotel bis told hs whore ho had been trtuitaiifng kern kseo to Mr. Will Cooper Beaver bvsi.tK.ea. Dam. Mr. Cooper will tnke cbnrgoln Mra. Anna'NVal, of Pat'iuccih, and a few days. bnoilhor, Mc Byron lf&y ctf visited 'thx:lr kinsman, Mr. Ha:-- , VMNTED FOR U. S. ARMY: Ab- lbodied Unmarrll mon hntnun.m nrma H bort Sandtre, Monday. ,uj..uo hdu m; canzens or umuo stnt's do Nickels Dimes and Quarters 'Off good double duty spent at our 5, 30 and 'Wo n.hn character nnd temieraite . hab-- l .1 .1 Ix. CAR SON & CO. rs zr- - im 'fv. kij v m f--T health. 55'H' i2 euro KfflBCy-';- c K "" m JL n- thV English language. For Informa-tion- " apply to Recruitlne'Offlcer, Main street, Beaver Dam, Ky. 28 If w Mr ..i.l. at work ral days putting on nw pathe-- Circuit Court Hall, and has completed that work. 7b e room looks much better. Judge Wedding's and Shjrlff Black's offices urn also being repapered, and the whol-- j In tcrlor cf the bullddrg no.w puts on a better appearance. John, King has be?n fS.fIn per. The Republican has a special proposition to make to Stockmen. come and see us for your stock printing. You know we will treat you right and give you more for your money than you enn got elsewhere. We are pre pared to turn out all kinds of prlnMng neatly and promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed. Don't fail to 6ee us before contracting for your printing. FOR SALE Farm on Rough river, 5 miles North of Hartford, Ky- - This farm contains 210 acres. Will sp1 all or divide to suit- purchaser. Has seven-roodwelling in good repair, fine barn, good orchard, plenty of water and a fine lot of saiwlog timber. Price $200. A. C YEISER, & CO. 32tf Hartford, Ky. m THOMAS MONUMENTAL wBL' T' Hartford Republican. Rev. Shiaidraoh Greer, of Putman, Kan., son of Mr. and Mts. Thomas Greer, of Beda, Ky., was married on Feb. 22, to Miss Carrie Pendleton, of Virginia. Tho ceremony was solemnized at Wichita Kan., at th home of the bride's sister., The marriage is the culmination of a courtship that began when tho joung cou-nwere attonding school at KJngs-wocKy., At that time Rev. Grur 'was studying for ministry. The Republican joirs the many rlends in bast wish as. Homey Peyton, Horse Brannch, has interest. Thj n. Y. P. U. is quX enlisted In tho U. S. Army at tho re- intorKtiin.g abjo. Mrs. J. H. Loidv cruiting Station Beaver Dam. Presideaiit. May & Company," the contractors Miss KlathorJno V. Thompson, mad a for the Hartford Sewerage sye&em her regular trip to Owensboro Friday have completed their work wiith the ro'.urnmJng Monday moirming. exception Df replacing the Btroets, in certain parts of tho town, and it For Sale. only inemainB for the town to occel't the system as completed. The icngin-oe- rs We have a comparatively new stock pronounce the work Crat olas3. of General Merchandise and also a and it is claimed that Hartford now Drug stone that we want to sell cheap tnelr usual lln,J has the best santtary sewerage system lboth storcs of aiiv town in Wert. woris,ob. t are enjoying a good trade, and thi and far superior to many towns of storouse can be bought,' or rented from 10,000 to 20,000 inhabitants. l"or information call or address, R. V. 32tf Sfcsisrs. May & Company who hae Williams, Beaver Dam, Ky. bean so successful wiith t'he work EASTVIEW. here, will we understand contlnu3con-trac- k Feb. 28. Mr. Erato Hlnton went work In connection wdith railroad grading, probably on the Hen- to Waco, Texas, on the 20th to make derson division of tho L. & N. sys- his future home. Mrs. Joe Chapman Is on tho' bIcI: tem. These men are thoroughly reliable and we bospnk for ithem due list The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. consideration in their line, wherevTaylor died on the 20tli. er they may go. .Mrs. Lua Srwlth has ila. gJiiflpe. Born to the wife of .Mr. Leslie Jew-o- ll For Sale. or. th 21st, a boy. Com, oats pure wheat bran, hay, Mr.S. A. Daniel Is dangerously dll- feed meal, alfalfa meal, coUnn iwd Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fletcher, of mi?al. Anmn hnma nnr mitTa nnryy .Wn. . nil l,1w1o .1.1.1,. n A.i(, .HendOTtSOn, ... spent last week in this J rl.ll. wwm WJVJ.Q, m& ,11,43 I4JIU1.JU j, nn.i oW,i .i i viwimy. wuaji iiraeuus ana roiauves. chicken CUr. Vess Taylor, of Henderson, has froe anywhere in Hartford. moved in this victory to make his W. E. ELLIS, " r-- rn, 1 .... Post Cards Of Airdria K g-- st lb Af-,- - - tot-que- jjrAdd -- -- to Rockporl, - vlei-ton- wk TRY THE ft"" I "- ' Ql(irtt Har-Msc- REPUBLICAN lct' JOB WORK a dt Joe I ' - ?h r V' I jjM& .- -l l.iiBi u it j.JgUiix, - m J rJ5-s- g Ql Akmm j,:nimm , UTTER th twith I haunch. I am tad i$r.M!h sir:' STFORD BOY chnll A. L. Hudson Gov- w r r' I I r. raa I . (ilno wpo Al bens ami ba con, (which imIjWBjw end w think you for tior. luu iBoydoll; ". flf UIMHIU Mill I nuup iu GO H v. - rftdlt e &t the) t&dnU far nM(M Hi Keirtwofcy IS Twettty-thr- now lix. ijh Diireotory Bi mx. yoa,jtE3rjn, 0. it. BiiwfcTT KGGING i " Kentucky oao i 1 ' ,.i "wrr ' p , a ' v j t ',s:j. rx v L i t . i I . v tlr'ivcry tuiark of ns- ttfcrw liifl face, called out: ."Sllttt f 'wttsh being obtained,' ho !f ET "v. fflwsAcBul tho chief magltitirate, .. t' " Kijr01tla FAm 20th, IDT ia In hH chair: ''My lord jnay-1w'jokod have accused us altorVUBpiibHoan: Jfo doubt soul mptjanioe Btid ibrand us with BUBpHsod to receive n nifeejl in' ba nam ojwgbut hope it will lw vcKl ;fce lx.iputaiUon of Bluttony. Thattncy way be put ito open shame and that t paoiKwtton. Atrc--r neaainjj a utiHHin- jjnibMcnttJon in tho Rgj&bll- - profane uonguos be from tills day terly rfleniced, I humbly move that RDtproper ' rF"Wlnh-- ." w v your lordship command the lvh "v niviun offlopr to recomd Dn our annals that etapeotelly proud V knyfe that .we ' j.tmrt a,nian vn 'Jinpuier iigni- - two ahlarmaav of ,tho city of Ijondon ASft-hltiiWonora I rac prefer beans and bacon to turtle n!in X t .vhn- ,,..,- - do soup or vensfon." Now York 6un. r.vj Caail Mor'" , ' ;J?"' FB-- yjB sr "?- - FodO'Rear For W?rnnT.V v. 1 tamo 'vtSSm, his was Kimo tor r"Plle(1 n tn J oo much for Family in isound Pitiable in ha tb. eW' uio who roo irem Chicago B(C tandefc Flight. Chicago, Feb. 28. $ rfc. -- & ht cn fc -- -- jiJVg V a ilsra - V tbo,w6. I ,, jf -- in . - I -- A. r f 5 , -- ; ft JSJSST SJ&d 'j. orfl ; T760 ovor OTWI wm yji 'f bo n.. - HJ Ucrus IS IV. Lllll- i5iw.lu.U iW now manager Is putting throusni very day, Carl ts no flln- Aj . ' g Oarlr.h'dV! all repruEatod to havo.had (K ll nc j . Al Tho most common cause of Insomnia Is dlsordtirs of the stomncli. Stomach and Liver Chamberlain's Tablets correct these discrdtrs- ar.d enable you to sleep. Fes sale by all m druggist. i A y,r -- -- Jw Chicago. The Poultry Yard. YANCYL.MOSLEY, "At first Mr. Barry was able to tchtd pulltts will be Tho March-UrATTORNEY AT work. Then ho bocama 'ill and we the arly fall lajiens. Many lccubaitor chlckls are killed had to soil out our belongings, a HttU HARTFORD, - KY. We weTe. all1 sold out with kindness by being ovfcd and at a time. Will practice his profession In all tha about a month ago, andjiMr. Barry kept too warm. Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties,, Tou need not be afraid the hens grow worse. The last money we had in November. and In the Court of Appeals. Also NeThomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday ctary lover First National will nttco much csiiifad shells. Lot went for doctors and modlcim?. ThoJi after the eeconcj Monday In FeUruary, Bank.Public. Office Wednesday after 2nd Monday in May, Joe was taken to the hospital and I grocarya two liardiwanj BtofesnndoSh-.- r them havio aU they want-MaWednesday after 3rd Monday in August, It a rule to count tho bid- have waited here over since. Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Novem- places of business sucii are found ber. The ohlldr.cn cried as thejir mother Clil'p Prnim Dolm every day. Scwn-- folks noTor do pool halls dies In wetern atates. C. V. Miles. ) o uiccin uaini SvJLBAlvJl 2nd Monday In Fordsvllle, Thursday after jonkn. wilson this. Tlhty might bo rohKvl and told of thair "waiting," without anyj liis quietly absorbed. chas. m.cbowu February, Thursday after confined with what w Kentucklans 2nd Monday in May, Thursday after thing to eat and nothing .to keep thein Civet Huiiel at Once. . o 'handles never know it. call tjlgors. Our rd Mondav In Aumist. Thnrnflnv ntior & WfEVER 2nd Monday In November. I have heard the advice given to warm except the high, backed chair Jt clean so, soothes, nwill for about 2.000 people. Our buj. l.. ratton, italph, Friday after 2nd wind-Tweito sleep heals i.nd piotects Monday In February, Friday after 2nd siness In ithe oil field has been slow feed the ohfioks all thiey will tat up used as a sort of tho disowed mem-- '. Monday In May, Friday 'after 3rd MonThey will behind at night. H!hls mlnUtr on account of a scacotty ciloan. That won't do. brone resulting from day In August, Friday after 2nd MonfamAfter .neighbors discovered the day In November. HARTFORD, - KY. Catarrh and drives Pf water wm have at last had a good cat up cloan (Sh first weak or two) tho HAItTFOIlD POLICE COURT. rain tho first since last Auguiqt of more than they have any busiEiess ily's plight immediate rcliisf was giv- away a Cold in Ite- - IJ-Will practice their profession in all C. M. Crowe, Judge; G. B. Llkens.City Head U en to the sufferers. Reports from the stores quickly. a eating. any consequence. Wo Jook for the Senses of IlH I bYLIl Attorney; Sam rtiley, Marshal: Court the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun g Hard .enough to sit for throe weeks, hospital stato that Mr. Barry la re- Tuste nnd Smell. Full size 50 cts., atDrug-Kis- ts convenes second Monday in each month. ties, and in the Court of Appeals. general boom now new wells are H- - Williams; Mayor; or by mail. In liquid form, 75 cents. TCIiJr J?.V.nc,1-- JT. Collins. Clerk: S. K. Coi. Treas- Special attention given to criminal Ibrought In very day they aro of without having to be gna,wcd all the covering from the operation Lly Brothers, 5C Warren Street, New York. urer. Members of Council, T. It. Bar- by insect pests. Look at your time th very highest production. practice w- to collections. Offioa on JrSri1,' T Gumption of the Farm.pv Tayr. W. "U Bcan- - E. P. M. Fair, Fen Main St.,and B. EillB, Moore. Well there are several Ohio County sitting htcs once In a while and b' opposite Court House, 200ri,Tr,ustees-- JGlenn, chairman; When you plant, this spring, tjow W. people here and all are doing (well sure (they are free from enemies of Tinsley, Secretary, e,. M. Crowe and Dr. B. C. M. Barnett, B. Pendleton. a few seeds of klndntfis." They will etiolng this kind. Jt to certainly a sight worth You can make money by gutting a flourish so and produce such an abunBuckbee's "Full ot Life" Northern Gro-RELIGIOUS SERVICES. for one who never visited tho oil Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of 38 years ol fields wto bunt gas in our stoves good roosttff right now Matte him dant crop of good cheer tfcat you will successful seed growing behind tbens. U pays to M. E. Church South-Servi- ces monring riant the best. and evening every first and third Sunncd for our 'lights at a cost of 40.00 with same of your best hens and soft be ercouragod to plant largtly of Seasonable Specialties: day In each month. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every WednesBEANS per year and you donUhave to have the eggs. Your basket will gut full this crop another year. No cmop iiajs day evening. Rev. Virgil Elgin Pastor. Earliest Red Valentine . . $3.50 Bushel ' Refugee Extra Early . . J3.25 Bushel car break it nor carry It in a lot fasGcr afttff those pullojis gjt better. waptist Church Services every Sunday it split ad S prompUr obtained In New Stringless Green Pod . )3 70 Bushel morning and evening. aU countries, or no fe& we obuun to iaying. Sunday School Your oats will not be eo japt to rust just strike a imatoh and set her off MTrra Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax Ub Bushel n.ia a. m. Prayer meeting every WedTHAT PAV, adTertlM them taorongaly, at our Da is New White Wax . . Bushel Particularly at this season of th If you get them in early. nesday evening. Rev. J. W. Bruner, eipeiuo, andliclp you to tucceec Wll i forgot we halve two good hoCurrieY Rust Proof Wax . U 50 Bushel Bendipodel. pnoto or aketcb for' FREE report The more a man goes around the tels and &. ncjw M. E. Church almost J'ear, do not set a hen until it is on patentability. PBASv JO yean Christian Church Services every fourth rractlce, SUREarly Alaska positive that she Is thoroughly broody less he is apt to devciop Into a ' Kxtra Early Gradus . .. .. .. $3.50 Bushel !!?dn,y.,a.V U a- - m- - and 7 P- - n- - Sunday PASSING RrFEFlENCES. Fortm Uulda completed. New J 5 50 Bushel 2:30 p. m. Elder W. B. Wright on iTwuaoie- lventewrite to Horsford's Market Garden . 13 so Bushel pastor. B03-BO- B Health Is good hare ncid th.'s th If she does not have the full fever, sh orank. Buckbee's Lightning Express 5 00 Bushel venth'Street, C. Church in WASHINGTO D. C. western country is cejitainly tho place is apt to desiert her charge, oflteu. af Don't complain If you lose some of Lettuce, Rkduh. Tomito and a full line ol each P.month at Services m.first Sundnv m. 11 a. 1 p. ana mlli-p!Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. Sunday Scool 3M5. you Send for complete catalogue or submit a list of youir grain sacks at the fot the working man, the average ter sitting a week ortwo. f 1 . As the wmthier & still cold, not have net marked them. Have overy your requirements and will quote prices. SECRET SOCIETIES, price of oil field men ar,e from $7S.uO Buy direct from the grower Save Money. Hartford Lodge No. C75. K. & A. Write today. Mention this paper. jer moniUi up. The cewt of living is more than eleven eggs, .should be bag plainly imarkod. f meets first and third Monday night 31.. In mowtot high as meat in out of given a hen. When a larger number Don't be in too big a hurry. It's each month. Owen Hunter, w. if.. L. H. Foreman Secretary. sight but every ,body U.b andwitars is allowed tho eggs are net i.ufWoient- - unwise to work soil when it Is soggy 13GSBfckbeeS!., Koclford Seed Firms. Kockfer,K P.Keystone Chapter r No. lift, tj a ly covered, and those on the outer and very wot. Wait unitdl good clotlies. meets every third Saturday night in It dries wCh3m-r?in,ti!j0ohn T' JUoore High Priest; WidM if this e&capts the wtasto edge of the clutch are likely to be into crumbly, workable condition. Secretary. .nariiora Uliapter No. 8t. O. T.. R.. biaskot I may wr.Lt again. Success to come chilled. Farm journal. Now mind this: Make two sowings meets second 'and fourth Monday even- th Roiiubllcan and Judge O'Roar for of clover seed, one noiw and one (Ar-l- y "iSh vii.4, A. .Anderson, W. SI. Miss AND CURE HAVE YOUR SUITS LUNGS Secretaiy. Govrnonr, also W. O. Bradley Unitin April. Use hair red, trther half Kough Itlver Lodge No. 110, Knights of ,neets evel-PROSPERITY. ?yUllai' ed State Senatcir. alslke. Do not miss tho alsike. Tuesday night. cA, 5 TaSpan' - c" J- - Ney Foster. K. WITH If adversity bath killed bis A. L. HUDSON, , The mora corn the more stock; the 1 Hartford Tent No. 89, K. O. T. M.. thousands prosperity hath killmore stock .the richer tho land; lixa m.etVevery flrst a"d thl"d Thursday ed bis ten thousands: therefore night R. D. Walker, Commander: L. P. Texas Woman Near Death. richer the land the morfe conn, and adversity is to be preferred. The foreman. Record Kteper. there you have the secret cf a ro"Wills Point, Tex. In a letter from DyeSunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M., one deceives; the other Instructs; meets every first and third Friday night tation that is sure Kw bringBUOCysB. Wills Point, Mrs. Victoria Stallings PRICE the one miserably bappy, the In each month. Mrs. Attye Oriffln.Lady ing rUl.ljSJCiJR,X, ..sos&nco. Entirely too many people in this Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady taye: "I was afflicted with womanly other happily miserable, and 4 4J if ii uotuo rres given . Record Keeper. Joiners local No. 1SS1. AMP ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. Ladies world aro making theanisJlvts crossmany philosophers Onoubks, had a dreadful cough, and therefore Carpenters and meets 1st Saturday night in e2ch month. eyed looking for thie sireVit of && have voluntarily sought adverawful pain. I certainly suffered GTJABANTEED SATISFACIOBYi Noah Kkat'CR Prea tv 11 T. sity nnd so much commend It in " ss.l money. This is as vin and foolish '" would have died If i had not been Uit HDN7 OEEJJNOED. Treas. precepts. Burton. their Acme Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. P.. meets as hunting for the, pot of gold aS the relieved by taldng Cardul. Now I second and fourth Friday night In end of tho raln(bow am stronger and In better health, thai ??ci'rIn?,nth' w' Jt- - "edrlck Noble Grand vjii M. Harnett Secretary. Just as goon as the frost Is out of J ver was In my life. I can't say half Ohio Trlbo No. Not a Chancel Work and Aien. meets sennd lbs. Imp. Order Red . 60 YEARS' V nnii fmirti. wAn. enough for this medicine." Do you A man told another man a few days the ground it will do to 60wi onJon day night in each mill help jou. ago how he had been buttoning bis seed and peas. Boots, early pOitatCitS, nett, Sachem. A. month. James C. Benneed relief? Cardul V. Pate, Chief of Records. Try it for yoirwomnnly troubles. Its wife's dress for five years nnd Dually. spinach, radishes and ltefctueo may be Club $1.00 Hartford Camp, W. O. W. No. 202 Con- In order to oven the account, he bad . planted age is Its guarantee. It cures B-earlj. too. Tender vga'ahlos ?S' om,ma,nat'r' Thomas Wllllums; Clerk. v. U. Wallace. a shirt made to order with slsty-flv- e should Halt until April or lloy. Preston Morton Post No. 4, G. buttons down the back. holds regular meetings Saturday A. n befor.j It is a mistake to plant tho samo Turtle Soup. "Did you make her button It?" rn?.ifl1TtBniiIoday in each month. Hartford Pressing Blilli, types of vegetables in the samfipjiot Commander; J, M. Rogers, Inquired the second party, Tradc MAnrta "Three hundred quarts of turtle eagerly glnd Dcsicnb with a smile. J'ear after year; keep them moving Y. ,M. C. A. BLDCJ., COPTRICMTS &&. meroborved at the lord major's A. S. of E. "I tried to nnd fell down like slip- to prevent Insecls and di.asts JSroin AnTone sending a skelrb and deecrlnUnn mar .banquot at the Guildhall. quickly ucerlaln our opinion free whether ail Turtle ping on a banana skin," replied the getting a foothold, and iL Is HARTFORD, KY. Jnientlon u prohably patentable Conimanlca- National Officers: a mlistake coup Is associated primarily with first party. "She promptly told me to to iiouaainoiiTcujiugentiai. rwntlfiUuft President-- M. P. Sharp. Narrows, Ky. forget that a garden Ek.:ds iani pate nta. lent free. Oldest agencj for eecunnir onrateuu Vice Presldent-- J. M. Woods. ,, l'atents taken tEroush Mspu to. rcelTt the lord major's banquet nnd oth.jr button the top button and let the oth- food In order to nourish vicistabka Secretarv-Trfumira t.. tttcUit notice, wllhoutcfurije.UitFo v' "' , dianapolis; Jnd. and Gog and Alagog, the ers slide, explaining that they would Pnoiwrly. : Stable manure nnd a sprlnklo J vv State not show when I bad put on my coat" M cicunirC twin dtJtius of the city of London, of bqnemeal will do, nlocly. FWan m' M F,r"nan( Carroll county, Pres. Chicago Trlbuue." A handiomelr lllnitrateil weeklr- - TAreest jOJo popularly belieied to havo )een , rrctt' IIen!ereon county Vice of snr eclemloa JoaruaK Tertne, (3 a. ' journal. rear i four laontbs, L Bold b J all newudealBrn., 8. D, Robertson, McLean county, Sec- nurtured upon it. The culinary value Mehemet's Parliament. MUNN &Co.3row.,.HeWYorfc ot tho turtle was known at an fiarly When Disraeli was in Egypt o?jniw?oemer' Worren county, State Branch OOoo, OB F BU Waablnjrlou, 1). C MOWS SBBB6 SUCCaBB I as con- story is told In Mr. Monypenny's the date. Henry pitman, who FOR FLETCHER'S CV C. Allen, Henry county, 'SPECIAL OFFER: nnd Lat- - yt Bumcthinlg or OUieT. and demned for wo uiuvcs, r Maaa U fcalM'Wew Bnlm he met Mebemet All. who trial county, Assistant state you ou paraaoeot caomer. organizers. rtucn fOaneported to the Bartaidoes, from desired to introduce parliamentary InTnrlMleaiUt-- l Hoard of directors. Ben' Watson. War r M vl ,ii PA t js Tea county; C. M. Darnett, Ohio counwhich ho escaped in an open boat to stitutions Into his' country. " will 'tithirSIMM I Tenia, IKileMMieHkilKUlI Tarle- ty; A. II. Urooks, Dracken county, it. E. fcla...ati a bo said, Sixty-Fiv- e Days of Racing. a dosoluta island was the first Eng- have haveparliament,"parUaments "and 1 KEB PlJCAaK. Hordin county, and J. P, iosu. will as many ns the Muhlenberg county. Writ UtUr;.MatioHhlM,Ps0r.: lishman to acquaint Oils countryman king Lexington, Ky., Feb. 23. Saturday Ohln rfnnntv Clttarm of England himself." So Buying, R. L. Stevens. Pres.. beaver Dam 9 with tlo truo value of tho gigantic bis highness produced two v. lists cf May I3r will be the datq for the Ken- fiVwrfi"wsXiwvwrfwvvwwN Hartford, Ky. 10 "fthollffish." SENDotkUa tmA ttMin tk r,r. l Henry Pirtle, Sec.Hartford, Ky. The turtly has oftwn names. ."See uere," he said. "Here tucky Derby at Cluuroh'Ul P. Pord, Treas., Dciwns. I Ia eoTM otliw n4 valaakW feces (nude the butt cf n joke; (t is are my parliaments. Put I have made whero tho. spring metting of the now 1 tOVNTX BOARD OP EDUCATION. jsjKzxxtzxnxuasiLi' oJd for Instance of 8lr Philfp Kui-.-o- l, up my mind, to prevent Inconvenience, Louisvljie jockoy Club will ooaliln'Uo Luui Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford.Ky. I 1. ,L, B. Tichenqr, llartford, R. p, u. I NASHVILLE, TENN. of h(is tCmvs to elect tbern myself." a notable gourm-apiwenty-tinre- o racing lay. .c that, bolcg at a o!ty feast, he envN .?, & Hartford. tRaynold. Ky. dqcialonof ih KenThis .wBtj the 7 "M. S. Patterson.-Olaon, ky. So Funny of Him. ouely watched his neighbor, iwho was' tucky Racing Comnikslon a,t Its met' A,rJS.rd' Whlte Runt Ky. J Si Mrs. Laenbee Here's the man cemp LiS,t.nlCTha5iflumftr' Taylr Mlne,Ky. luy eating a bowl of turtle oup, to fix our clock. Go upstairs nnd get Ing hero yeatorday. fllio LtHiisvWla For forty years the Brown, Rockert,. Ky. tad ktpdng a pl'oce of gfeon fat for It for blm, won't yon? Mr. Lazcnbee men bought twenty-fiv- o daosof'nKing 'friend and counselor ,of Afce bonuo boche. Sir PhU!p, unablo It isn't upstairs, Is It? to Mrs. Lazen-be- e but v.ore forced to yield Up u Southern farmers. gfi, to resist It, Bolzod tho Certainly. Where did you think Latonla, and the Churchill poiwna jBoreel with his fork, and tranftonrvd It was? Mr. Lazcnbee 1 thought It sport will , Tuesday, ju Twenty-fou- r pages, bad run 4tio Ha mouth, and Uion, gllrg tiho Times. down, Catholic Standard and Th0 Latouia Jockey Club 'will av 4 twice a month. rtranger bis card, saAd: "Sir, l am s th thirtynone racing days for "wfeioh X&Ay to make you Uio rcont imiple they ha,ve asked. Ocio day, Friday, 50 cents a year or throa-- J Pretence of Mind. apology but I nitist tuy you had no Sarah Brum-H- ow do 1 look in tbls June 9, will efcfepee between thj Lou, years for.f 1,00. to throw such a tcmptWlon In bat? Sarah Bellum Turn around and isville and Uatonia maiting. asl the way.1' Again, nxay yearo ago, Jet mo see the back, or 1L dear. Why. Latonta. rawUng will bdginj on ftaiur-da- y, my a It's perfectly splendid! Chicago Tribwhn John VilkoB, wb prosent Juno 10, and end on aatHndatr, GuMdhbll lie caHed out to une. Juiy 16. Aa the dartm for (thejijt-lngto- a Sample Aldwxluwri noydoM (of ShftkefiHorfl pprisg laeetlng were ffixt-n- t Destiny bears w. to our lot and des ''Mr. AWennan, ehall I help tiny is perhaps oar own will.-D- Utbe hut meeting of the eoftHfUmtoh a plate of turtle or a efttoa oM ;8eJ1 to hogla on Thum&ty, May 11 ciSjn to , cer o.tii5ou to find that. Wll as to our lltitlo town of JfWer H la sltuntiwl Juft flvo" miles fnon Sa,pulpa and Is Uio centre of thoe" ost oil pool In the world. Wo have two good substantial Banks, thro drug stores, six dry good stores, six his) needs notlilng but alltbtli) and it won't take long for 1 Huddled a high backed Colonial clir, Cfco only piece of furniture In thlnvoatG323 Morgan Etreefc, the family pi joaoph Barry, fonwrly of Henderson, Ky.. was found cold nnd starving, by neigh .bors. Tho Iwife, lla-tiiand) her four small children, two boj's risd'Cwo glrl were waiting for imwb from the Bng- icwood Hoepjtalf where thohusband, Joseph, Barrj", has bon taken to bo operated en. Th o mothtii. and children were too weak from hunger to vtclt the father, and' had remalmd In th. bleak room for threo daygjjtbo proud to beg ass'atance. "We came from Hond6rsonKy . and are related to to tho Barrjs of Louisville," said Mrs. Barry. "It Is about eighteen months since weenmo to " n vouch for their desirability as human t1,0 S, MoBey. county Offlctrr-- C. Ky., It. P. D. Surveyor, food. Recently too tunned field of NoHart- Felix airaiia under and w,hen runming a disc ford, 2; ilernurd V. No. ,AeeRor, Leacli, 2; Henry Ky n. P. Ur" Plow over the ground lutor, ho found fSScS "' Ha?uordd: tho roote had put out mm shootaj JUST',CES. co'onTS. which weno white and tender. B g Chamberlnll)( llartford, TUMday Gayicring a bunch ho lcolncd up a after 3rd Monday In March. Tuesday ter 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday after book on the proparaJon of as- - 3rd Monday September, Tuesday after panigus. He followed tile directlors ru jaonuay in ueceniDer. butlxillgallttle'timid hetrtodltlho dteh 3rd Monday Jn March, Wednesday alter after on the hired man, to Ch tetter's lg- g Monday In noronce of what It "was. Ho pro- - i after 3rd Monday in December, I Friday John H. Miles, nounccd it fine, and when ho asked 3rd. Monday In Itockport, Friday after March. after Monday in June, Friday after 3rd for more, Mr. Thomas took courage lT.a Monday in September, Friday after 3rd and tried it himself. SlniCo the e' - Monday in December. Centertown, Saturday J. penmeot a, week ago the five acre after C. Jacktton, in March, Saturday 3rd Monday af tract has been dug over twice in ter 3rd .Monday in June, Saturday after 3rd Monday in September, Saturday afsearch of the tender shoots, so well ter 3rd Monday In December. M. C. Cook, dos the Thomas family llko tho 2nd Monday In Itenfrow, Tuseday after February, Tuesday after new dish. 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd Monday in August, Tuesday after 2nd Monday ar-rn- SMITH, IARNETT CommMonerr K. T. Colltee.1 spriHg. Trustee Jdry Fund; T. H. Black, Bher- . IK, llartferd. DcpuMee-- 8. 6. Kwn an ' GrOWing Alfalfa. Black- - Court convenee flrej Men- I Lm continues threo In , HARTFORD, - KY. PortWmd, Ore,, Fob. Se.-- Tho tovly wkg. lhnl MoifJay ,n Apri,lW0Weeks airalfa is likely to help to reduce tho second Monday Jn June, threo weeks; HI practice their profession In all cost of living, for toeporlraciWs third Monday In October two weeks, courts of Ohio and adjoining eoi .Zk K, "Wedding, Judge; made with this show t io be County Court-- Il. tle and Court of Appeals. Bv' tl atnourishing for a wdl ..bctention given to all bulnr entrusted it Is, moreover, eaid to bo delicious fM,ia t w,rh m,,nih. to their care. Collections bi. the PracI (when properly srved., on tice of Criminal and Ileal EMtUe JJaw Quarterly Quortcrly Court-Btg- lne F. J. Thomas, a farmer of tho Her- - tho fourth Monday In February, May, Specialties. Office In Bepubllcan ., TYlfan .11.14..I..4 - 1 AllfTllftl flllfl " ene "'ii.--, C'Buri.of NltVTllhfr. ' flret Tue-l- y Tuesday, In with alfalfa shoois and offers to day In January and Wvo ttaye t Lfttonto, Hfee will bo slx.y of racing in Btaito at bohMIi hmI thSity- Ma Circuit Conrt-- T. F. pirkhMd, D. Klnw, AttWJHy; W. T. Mldklff, Jud; Mter It "- - 2) - Attorneys at "Nv Law,-- $$ plnt jut t'j .. -u -t & J5 !.. . Clalm-Conv- frt. FRANK L.FELIX, ;j i Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, - KY. M .nesday Will practice his profession in Ohl and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Col- ,ectlon8 a Speclftlty offlc Jn HW aid building. - S tt X LAW ) & I) f ? ke J2S!SK CATARRH o tHPTTPSl iost-offlo- m WILSON CROWE ak WK.BSm LAWYERS KfEi PPIfPn he-tu- SEEDS i TRADE-MARK- s rsiMTTTrW3 KILL the COUGH the W. BUCKBEE i Cleaned -- I Pressed 10 Repairing and neatly done. work special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. called for delivered. per rate month. Dr. King's New Discovery ,TWbua kkMii ba ,up city-feast- rr 1 !.-- Otf-ers- i Htttericatt 4 Children Cry SEEDS L 1 Pli CASTOR1A "ffittS f !??. Southern Agriculturist d at ndn rlt tt GipSfat Ym W0 iwwtate fc """""i For Salt ANOTHEI HATFIELD Real Estate! the finest Rough river bottom land located three miles west 60 Acres of n. of Hartford. About 20 acres In dood dwellln'g and out buildings. A bargain for $1,260. cuttl-Vatlo- Leg v'lflkHEAMFltOM In Mexico Weil" say Killing the Greasers Their Faces By Shooting "I i i acres of fine bottom flrom one and a half to two land miles of Hartford, part of It with timber. Also about 75 acres of upland belonging to the same, tract. Terms ewu Wo have 460 r5 ,4 180 Acres of land two miles south of Roslno on a free delivery route put of Beaver Dam. 30 acres bottom land about 20 acres timber land and the rest ot it fairly good upland. Five room frame, two story house, two '"barns and good tenant house. Splen did orchard, never falling well In yar horse lot and spring In easy reach' the house. In good repair. Must be sold and will be sold at a bdrgalu. . Sloan's Liniment on a lame leer that has given me much trouble for six months. It was so bad that I couldn't walk sometimes for a' week. I tried doctors' medicine and had a rubber bandage for my leg, and bought everything that I heard of, but they aU did me no good, until at last I was persuaded to try Sloan's Liniment. The first application helped it, and in two weeks my leg was well." A. L. Hunter, of Hunter, Ala. have used that wish to I Off. Good for Athletes. . Mr. K. GlLMAK, instructor of athletics, 417 Warren St., Rox-bur- y, Mass., says : ' "I have used ' ... SLOAN S LINIMENT with great success In cases of extreme fatigue after physical exertion, when an ordinary would not make any impression." rub-dow- n p.T diem .... .... 21.00 Arnold, B. J., toam on road, .. 3.00 Miles, C. V same, '.... 21.0 3.00 MoHonry jcflin J. read bed furalsh- Arnold, B. J. Sumo edx Ohio County 150.0) Addlrgton, John work an road.. 2.00 Prlc63,25c.,50c.&$1.00 1.00 Martin, R. II., fo?3 iln case Smith AUon, p. M., hauling Sloan's book on Bradley & GUbcxt Oo. Books & for 24.23 vs. Broiilway Coal Co horses, cattle, sheep 29.C0 Rogers, E. E. lumber 12.32 county anil poultry sent free. Address 21.00 Pa'Jton, J. L. per dlm Barr, G. E., building bnidgo and Dr. Earl S. Sloan, 2S.0G RIle'. Dr. A. B salary as Co. phyfurrKahlrs lumber, &itgi. Bolton, Masi., U.S. A 123.00 sician 1911 Black, T. H., Sarvlccis as Sherirf '. 151.30 Roclt; Sli lby road 7.50 and ate., ( 21.0 Sanders T,hos. per diem Blrkhead, E. E. 170 bushels of ccail '. 1".0 Scott, O. E par dlarn .,.. .. 21.00 for jail.A IN EACH TOWN Sanve, iKiuiier coffin & ;tc. .. 9.50 Smith, c. E., salary us County WANTED-- A and diitrlct.to 830.00 Atternt-1911 Black Prank, sjrvlocs a.3 Alms sample Litest Model "Itiineer' bicycle furnished br us.. Our arena every here ar 393.05 Stqwart, Gollor, tam on road .. 3.00 maun moner last. irriteferfullf irticulars and. etcial offer at once. Houaa Gom'r "1 NO MONEV KKUUlKUU until you andipprove of your bicycle. Wtthlp R interest en monej- Cent KSl to anyone, anywhere in the U. b. without areceivedeposit In advance, preParSret'r At. and Barnasis, E. G.. Crk fMjs C. A.118.S5 Shull, J. cuuuty Smith road case loaned out it to anr test you wish. K jou are then not perfectlj utisfied or do not wish to keep the bicycle i mpub.icLtU3atourcxpemeand'iuwn o,tt and benefit Plffa iwitSapp, C. C, team on road .... 1.50 FACTORY PBIPF. " fumUh the highest grade bicycles it is possible to make """" vib - "T r. ""7 " one 'man prom a Dove actual factory cost, you save sic ntiaajs J.OO Shrooder, I). D. mdse. for Alms C6 to Sis middlemen a prohti by bujinjr direct o( us and have the manufacturer's Euar antee behind your Diode. DO OT 1IUY a bicvele ora Djirof tires Iramartrortt Same, jury foe. Plff 8.00 8:.oo house at any true until you receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of acton trices and remarkabU special offers to rider utrtmtit. Smith, C. E., Gdn. C. A. Same, uao and benefit Deft, witVilli Will Rh nOTnMIQUrn wlcn 1our receive our beautifulthecatalogue in 23.00 study uperb models at 2.0 nesses Smith road caso wonJerulli ie sen me niKnestpraae Dic.ciesioriessmonei SaHM. US lll!i .bOllOllt K. II Mar-..- .. We are satttfied with Si.m nrnfit ahnv. firtnru than anv Other factory. Taylor, Mnj. Ka'Jierliv, r.;neal ... o. u. v.,. .. BICYCLE DK.W.KKS. you can tell our bicycles under lour own name plate al . 3.i;:) 500.CO wn, r. r r. jjjii. tiiai o noli to county K 1 1 ia douuic our prices. Orders fllled the day received. WUsWOlfQIIAMV.ltlCXCXJCS We.do not recularly handle second hand bicycles, but t,nm Sanwr intireat on eairia for jvar Black- a number on hand ttken in trade by our Chicaco retail stores. These we clear out JwWi Use aim uci.irc j. KV IFproinptlV at prices niujinjr from Sa to 1S8 or 10. Descriptive bargain lists mailed free. a U. n . Lien. nnat 17.00 4.23 1910... a. slnclu wheels, liiiportcil roller chains and Dfdllls. carts. reDairs ani C0ASTER-B1AKI equipment ot an tunas at Aaij tin usual retail prices. Same, use and benofot Quant Brrwn Tins! y, M'. S. Clerk's foes 1n C. 4 .' 92.85 Daft, cost ".... 2.75 A Smith road caso HEDGETHORN PUNCTURE-PROO-F Same, uso and benefit jury in Same, use and benefit Broadway SELF-HEALIN- G 97.00 18.00 above case TIRES i Coal Mining Co Same, use'and benefit Com'rs .. 25 00 naiiHi, use aim luuiuciiii. The rtzular retail trice of these tires is IMSBIBBBB1 S3 jo ttr fair, out to tntroaiue we vitu rT t Same, us and benefit wltnnesses Ual Mining Co., reporting Hwo" sellyuaiamtlefairarflJOffashtettiorderJlJJ). 5S.O0 daj-.'.'10.00 feus Plff FROM PUNCTURES H MOftETRONBLE Glass will not lot tho Same, senvlct's as County Clok 27.i'J Saaiie, use and .bonoflt R. B. MarNAILS. Taoks or sJr oat. Sixty thousand pairs sold last year. Taylor, W. B., salary as read sutin, S. O. C. Plff. coaM .... Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use. bOO.OO Bf I Same, 1193 and benefit T. H.' Black pervisor 1911 DtraSRlPTIOMs Made in nil sites. It isllrety and easy ndititr.vervdurableand lined ins.dewith 1.G0 Tlch Minor, "M. F.. hauling ' .... S. O. C. PKf. cost a finecial nualitv of nihber. which never becomes porous and which closes up small punctures without alluw r Taylor, W. B. Intsrjst on nionoy Wotlco the thlok rubber tres Blaol;, T. II., Commission collect- me the air to esaDe. We have hundreds of letters from ill. A" and puncture strips "11 50.73 loan-lied customers stating that their tireshaveonly been pumpe county oii.ai and "U," also rim strip II, 18 sen 001 a. iaiu p once or twice in awhole season. They weigh no more tnau to prevent rim cutting. Thlsj Bank of Hailtford. nenowal 21.00 Tinb!)-- , or V. S. por diem n ordinary tire, the puncture reslstingqualitiesbeiug given tire ivlll outlast taur nthnn by several layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the tnako-sO2793.4S Wedding, R. R. salary as county KLAiTIC auj aiote tread. Tharegular price of these tires Is fi 50 per palr.but for K.VSV ItlUINQ. factory price to n.ml.,.t. ' a ' "' !,,lr.... Q i.IlS 830.00 id verttsiuKptirposeiwearemaUlnjraspecial JmlgM'1911 " f the rider of only U 80 per pair. All orders s'tipped same dar letter is received. We shin C. O. D. on " Woodward, Ernest election Com'r. -approval. You do not pay a cent until you hte examined and found them strictly as represented: commissioner We will allow a cash llsvuunc 01 5 per tent (tnereoy maictng the price m.oo per pair) II you, 11)10. .'. 20.00 BUiCk, T. H., Election Comr... 20.00 send FULL O.VSU Wmi OKDKft and cncloie this advertisement. You run no risk sending us order as the tires may be returned at OUK expense if foranyreason theyaret nlonklnii woaiug.. . u.u Wright, ' E. W ttum on road not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is ss safe as In ai BSan Ijros. fnir bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will Cud that they will ride easier, run faster,, Saino Lumbar for brldgj Hartford Wilson, Jno. B., sorvlces as pike wear pener, last longer ana 1001c. nner man any tire you nave ever usea or seen ai any price, wci 20.00 l.oO Com'r. know that you will be so well plrased that when ou want a bicycle you will give us your order. and C'cn'barUwn pike we 10 Jena us atrial orucr at once, ueacc tuts remaruauie tire oner. Williams, Lay ton, renewal of "ennatt, L.. D., servJckJS as 1S yousend don't buy sT rAll MlCtrn riOCtf ILedgethornany kind at any price until approval forapalrof, runcturc-l'roo- f tires on and trial at 303.4S nCCu jTfsSC not. to county twk IrMiiroiir t the special Introductory price quoted aboe: or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue whlchj WedJli'B.j Dr. S. J., salary as coundescribea and quotes ail makes and kinds of tires at about hall the ujual prices. Baize, N. R. arrcstlrig JjCOIiarid 125.00 ty health officer MM9M ww AIM or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wonderful' Malouc .' I otters wo are tnamtna. It only costs a postal 10 icara everymiug. wmcuaun. 3.4! Yolsar, A. C, election Com'r. ytur P.,.-i0 Rnrlv CPor S story frame A new one and one-ha- lf building with five rooms and large recptleon hall, built out of the boat Situated on Clay soloctcd material. and Fredrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. Lot 60x205 feet Fine well of soft water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. Good nlna room two1 story dwelling In Centertown, Ky., has good cistern," good cellar, never falling well of water, good stable and other out buildings, one acre lot ot ground. A uplendid location for family residence and hotel, price and terms reasonable. Apply to BARNETT & FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Ky. Mexican, Moxlco, March Bill" Hatfield, one ot tho famous feudists of Kentucky ,who Is an American recruit In Gen. Leyva's robol army, shot n Mexilcan Insurgent Franci&o latit might Hatfield used an automatic gun and the victim's faco was shot away. Francisco was taken to tho Una iby his cpmradvjs and roiled across tho bordyr. He was picked up by Red Cross aitendftils and token to tho hospital n Caik'XO, whoro ho died. Nothing was nfcm-with Hatfield by tho Insurryctar. It Is thought ithnt fMo shootncig may cau3o a feud bcjtmvon the American und the Mexican niambora of the cabel nrniy. Onj hundred JtuurnjctorB anarch'cd out of Mexico last right 'o fonm 1. juncture with tho admnce guard of tilxty out Wednesday. With the dotachment .wont Gen, Leyra, who will operate against Ensantada. l.-"- Vlld oia-hulinUi''-nmSlora election 1910 &c U7.C2 HQWrd.& Jlinton Ekojlon frawso 2.50 Ac.s. Hanttorf Republican 1'rlntlng Cot. F. CVbrdons jg.0 HartfWd storro and Construction Company, rock on Har.tfond and CoOtarrtoiwn pike 2423.80 Hamonl Orcoery Co., mdse. for Am house . 355 Hartfiord Drug Co. drugs for Alms luwao and Jail 13.15 HartSord Drug Co. same 35.00 Hockior, Wtovcr work one ibridgo 4.00 Jacteon, J. c, per dlom 21.00 SamcVork and otc. for oouu- - Js, .,. Aids Nature The reat,uccMi of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical in euring weak stomachi, wasted bodiet, weak lunjt, and ofestinate and linjerin coudhi, ia bated on the recognition of the fundamental truth that "Golden Medical Discovery" supplier Nature with tiisucTepairintf, muiclc-makinmaterials, in condensed and concentrated form. With this help Nature supplies the necessary strength to the stomach to digest food, build up the body and thereby throw off lingering obstinate coughs. Tho "Discovery" reestablishes the digestive and nutritive organs in sound heclth, purines body-build-init short establishes sound and enriches the blood, and nourishes the nerves igorous health. in JoacsJlLaj 1UIU. ityv;'i 9.00 copying County Judge's reportt year, Kathenlnie., 5.UU your dealer ottsra something " last as iood," It la probably hotter FOR IIIMlt paya better. Bat you are thinking ot tho euro not the profit, ao there's nothing "lust aa ood" for you. Say ao. It 2irt v ...... . Same, Rttivortlng fn case Comi'ih. James,-.- Edition, ..'ivw paper-bounQoth-boun- Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, In Plain English; or, lAftQ .. .. RfmnlSAn.1 vw uuif 31 stamps. A-. I.. ..!. uyci 7Vi iiiu9(.ruLiuii9i iicvriy rcricuJ w sent lot 21 one-cestamps, to cover cost of mailing. .. !lt....a,L. upiuuio ; S va. Sam Ccaiiy ! S., hauling L. & 7.40 Address Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buffulo. N. Y. 500 1.51 jamos.lt. road Keqw--n Honry work on Com'r. Cal, P (withJShrlff ia s.'ttle 25.00 1.25 3.00 75 Why Not Klnclielce, T. R hauling Kirk, W. G. road bod for county Likes, ' R. p., school books (for MaiUpcr clilldrtoii Read The Courier -- Journal m iinsg K Celebrited lor style, perfect fit, simplicity and rcIlABllity nearly 40 yeirj. Sold In nearlr every city and town In the United Sutf ami Can j J l, or by mail illrcct. More rold than aiy other make. Scud lor (rc J catalogue, MeCALL'S MAGAZINE More subscribers titan any othet faihton maipilne million a month. Inaluabie. Lat est styles, p litems, drcsimal.ln, millinery, plain sewing, f incy tiecdlcWorkilrdressin, etiquette, pood stories, etc. On r 0 cents a year (worth double). Including a tree pattern. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy. WONDEBFUL INDUCEMENTS to A;ent3. Postal brings premium catalogue and new cash prize olTcrs. Address TOE McCAU CO, KS to 213 17. 371b. SL. AXtV V02U MeCALL PATTERNS int Loach, II Miry Salary as Suit for HENRY WATERSON, Editor. year ,1911 1000.0 Lwach, J. A. team on road .... 15.00 WE CAN' FURNISH YOU 1.00 Morton, John hauling Moscky, E. K. team on road .. 1.50 Morton, John p. & Co. 'election. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN seals C50 AND THE I3.OO Fiscal Court Claims. List of claims allowed at tho January, term, of tho Ohio Coun ty Fiscal Court Acton. H. ,C 1911. Sloan's Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia or any pain or stiffness in the muscles or joints. reporting 3 Millar, Jiarvln, days y.... , Midktff, w. P., servlcos as Jailor. Moore, John salary urer y 1911 " drugs for nau- 70 Mlls, J. jr t 87. jO Weekly as treas200.00 11. & Courier -- Journal Both One fl CA Year For 4IiiJU We can alsojgive liberal combination rate withJDaily or Sunday Write Courier-JournCompany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure tojsendj your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier-JournaCourier-Journal. l. Electric Bitters Suecesd when everything else laftj. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. it I FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE 13 the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. sTiS iffii RIDER AGENT LA AAA AAAAAAAA J jrerM. - - 1 4 ad-llk- THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co. jj .,, Kfi .(INCORPORATED) ( 8 50 ?uSrS!,k 4 80 1 WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE AT COST. oiuiv; ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME OR BUSINESS a HOUSE SHOULD im2EK0SXF2KBKM vmMicBmmwn BE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN Ill im REACH. d Kr, E.G.BARRASS. - Manager. r llltf L-. "oi"i OUR CLUBBING RATES. The The The The The The The The The The The The Republican and Louisville Herald Republican and Courier-Journal 4WVTTTWv9 Reptblican Republican Republican Republican .republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Globe-Democrat ttUi - S-- J. MEM CWLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, lllJ.st.TSS rtiZS10 State of Kentucky, 1910. ' 20.00 , FourFifths o! Your Store Patrons Were Won by AdvertisingAnd Four-Filt- hs of These Would Be Lost if You Stopped Advertising! Newspaper advertising is a part of all worth-whil- e a part of it which patrons particularly value. For your sales, the it keeps them in touch with your new stocks, the showing of novelties, the buying arrival of opportunities which your store must create for its friends. The advertising becomes the link between the store and its clientele. They expect the store's advertising to SERVE THEM "not now and then," not (partiallv; but ALWAYS, and fully! To curtail tho advertising in volume or frequencywould make the same impression on them as though you moved into smaller quarters and cut do'wn your force of olerka and workers. To INCREASE your advertising to make it more complete as "store News," as a "market letter," as a bulletin of bargains will have the effect of enlisting a every day.' and of winning anew all 1st of new etore-servistore-events, ce Il.rr0 for uatiiior children Dlrlthoad, E. B. hauling dirt on Hartford and Conttrtoiwn jilUo Cl.SjC Boll, Dr. H. J., dental work for 2.&0 lnlsorior at Jail Balwr, Ifc S., work on road .... 3.00 Broadway Coal Co. wlinoss claims c. A. Smith, road caso. .... lt'.OO Carson & Co,, mdM.. for county C0.03 Alma house : Sanw, mdso. for county Jail ' . . 3.i;0 Carson, U. S., Dynamite & etc for 12.13 county ........ Same, mdse. for arlBnrs nt , ..... 5.83 Jail Cooper & Co,, conveying Fiscal Count to Co. Alms housi .. 3.00 ChambenUn.Bj S. Por diem .. 21.U0 Same building lrldgp Count' of Ohio, Set. I, W. S. Tlnaley, Clerk of tho Ohio County Court, do certify that the forMgolng is a list of claims allowed at Uh regular January term, 1911 of the Ohio County Fiscal Court. Glwn under my hand, tills Fob').. 24th.. 1911. W. S. T1NSLEV, C. 0. By C. O. HUNTER. D. C. CC CASTOR I A lor 'Infanta and Children. The $1.35 1.50 and St. Louis 1.75 and Home and Farm 1.25 Owensboro Inquirer 1.75 and Twice-a-Wee- k 3.25 and Louisville Daily Herald ana JJaiiy uwenaDoro inquirer 3.25 Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.75 and and Kentucky Farmer 1.75 and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 and Weekly Inter Ocean and Far.mer $1.25 M '. Address all orders to You Have Always Bought Bears tha Signature of THE REPUBLICAN. &v. CoakWneliKjrjdlam.,, M store-frien- ds m v bf the pld ones! " '. " "I lovejou." Draughon gives contracts, backed by chain of 30 Colleges, $300,000.0 3. Davlo Solh V. samo capital, and 19 years' succtsu, to secure positions under reasonable con "I'vo heard that beftone." Elgin, Rov. Virgil, religious serditions or refund tuition. "I vvrelilp ytM madly.'1 vices at Alms (house. draughon a competitors, by not accepting-UvVI&AuLf- l "LoflBeltollc." FTord, J, H., iuajn on road .... 3C.O.0 V nis proposition, concede that he teaches mora "I canned 'Uvo iwithout you." 30.00 Farraor, Dvld' E., mmio, Bookkeeping in three montns than they do in six. Draughon can con"0t soiira now Btuf f." ,Ford, J. AV. 00 8acks for lovoo, vince you. . "WlllK5u'marry met" and llmo for J&ll .... .... 4.40 A NTI 75 Per cent of the United States Court 'Report-OlIU- ll 'WeljSinoWi there's soou class to 1 11X111 U era write the system of Shorthand Draughon Fulkoraon A, L., toanl on road 3.00 ' ' 4.50 that." W7 Foglo, E, 0 same teaches, because they know it is THE BEST. i FViUM5ll. A M. sanva For FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet "Why Learn Telegraphy!" 40 CrfilfMn, Ato. Magk roHwial of rhumatlsm in your which explain all, call on or write JOHN F. DRAUGHON, President. T .400.00 foot (jJkuUi apply Chamburlatln's , ivata to iwualy..-.- . DRAUGHOtt'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE, oa'sajivo for yoar Uulmwktfaud you wJM eA (lulck ro- 1910 ,.. 14.00 Uot. VoJlm but a q.untvr. w'hy EVANSVILLB, ADUCAH, NASHVILLE. ST. LOUIS, SPRINGFIELD, MEMPIU3;, aMvrtWfbr stUo by all dnwgto't. nt HartfORl RenubllWH , prlatlng bal- - nugis,uMoHJaa, joad 1m1 akhod biilo Couinty .,,. Davie, J, H. work on. iroad 3.t,j. .21.0 fur- - .... .... . 10.1)0 The Right Talk. 3.00 Good Positions ROOKKFRPINft ill QHHPTH SojW-lirU- (iSPOHl-OKVri- tin.' l", fw- - CENTERTOWN. Feb. 96.--O- bhr )wA4m In opwwWon ol tor 'A i' BMWemk' of Pro. J. T. and Mre. O. B. Bosteft rfwk''Ww!-- l olbor WBday wtgd wth upprowi eW- - Iklf; uwhs Mie gwufl to th Ttf&riiw 'gmtftir at feMK. JIuticTMa of of MM.le nt lpod M. a oK, clwff-ac- er Inisiiwec of ste&fer tbat have fakm pfcc pat, need not be nveitloarl. 8,,wMch wero highly taJojed by In Ifta .all. ' i t ft J MJt LoKna Foxrd," Hattila Glenn inm. their position for tho prnaenii,f man-gond Dana .Hoover of Hartford, attend but look out for Uio dog In tho It they do. Wodnj3- ed the enitatwUnmer.it hero "tyo have reocmiUy had the oftant W dy Wjght. Sites Iva Houae of Point Ftldas&r.t, flood Uio marked of thte courtiry xrt'A ' '! cheap bamloy, by a tempjoorary sushero Visiting MIes Bortio Ccaidut. ' Mr. DOo' 3aeiawn s ttrrishhig hl9 pension of the duty on IA, and Wius destroy tho market for home grown 'resldonos Id ,ttbo west pait at .town. J. N. Boyd, o,tul family who, Ihlavo barley hwn It gxs ready thfis fall. been vUjtblng Jwro quit a iwhtte have THjcn eamothie ann&unceniyrt about mtunc&ng to UWr lionwln th'a Rough tibo Go"arnm,Tut having been defraud-i- d of flTO mill'jjcn dollars (5.000.00P) "River dtebrlct, ' .. Miss' IAura Row, .of Ilantford Is aunually by nagleot to collwot duty toro" visiting her partemta Mx. and on tobacco from foreign count? cs. No - imukiAj KBP!Bw usBIDHRHBLtiMrHE. WWW II l wonder tho Amsiipan Tpbacco ComMrs. A. B. Rqwe. ,. the Sir. Byron Mnison, of Hanfatord school pany has been able to resist tobacco growers as pervisited his parents hero Saturday Amerlcniv sistently as It lias. and Sunday. business Now, to cap the climax, comes tho Mr. H. II. Davis made a agnounient "reclprocdty" propos-3trip to Kronos ladt week. Each of ;our. Sunday ; schools havo with CanatEia. Letlirg down thobara wonk. and on fcod stttffs frcnii Canada to tlio a doca) interest in 'much, dntorct 'for good ta ibding tak' UnJtcd States and on asirtculturai en. from tho United States to' aro Canada would flood Amonloan marko's Oo e, Out Faranom products and putting iln many now Uruce twfcfioh (puts with Canadian farm In cIoeo dally touoh with the th manufacturors' markers for farm market, vhenuhy, ithoy wadlly ldarn ImiplcavarLS would sttoiuipio n do- tho price of all farm ipiwducts ulut mailld for th'dm at home, ar.d w.'ih it they may ttiavo to place upon the an lnorcasy In price for ATOenican nefarmers to pay. market. Farm products In free, agrtcultural For Rent. Imipkimeufts out frci, and prices en One hundred and ten acres of good fanm products doTn and on farm land, In Rough 'River bottoms and goo tp, may sound liko lmjrry Twenty-si- x 'farm houso Situated noar Narrows, mnei'j; to some bet If tho American '' Apply to, Ty. faronir wtIII step to lilstcn to It a 47-in- ch v CHARLES CARTER, wl'Dlo it may prove to be a bugle call ' Narrows, Ky. 25tf to baitiMe. Fontunatdy foe t)he American farmAgreement. That er, tharo aire now farmers' organiza A good many yarns ago we tried a tions etrcmg enoough to shako Lho "reciprocity" agreement' JfiHth ouriCana country from end to end if it be necclan neighbors. Wo hid"the isack for essary to prevent an injustice being a fow years, until the balauco of trade dony. This is an occasion when cl'ieT-TDA.TVI, was against us tlo the 4uno of $13,000,-00- 0 former In the country who has not a year, thien we dropped out. made hArnettf a pant of any organizaThe pace was too swift. Canada has tion should do so at once. Wo want oortihilng to gain by n nothing bJ'jtor to pravo that Jf fann- which gives bur fiarmorS; ems fchall nat be a door-m- at for cUi.r Iroo access to tho American mairkoi. o!aisses of pcoplo tfiej mui at all Tho fannif.r who cannot aco ICirs dan- Umioa s;A aside a rart of tholr Income ger to his om interests In n propo- tor the mailn'tienanco of an organiza-Uo- n. sition of that kind should consult an entertainment at Cooper Schoolhixise, oculist. Manchester la, Fuicss. Farmers can not rise quickly and last Wedaesday night. unitedly as they havtTdonw'Str We are in hopes the fruit is not Notice. occasions those last years .without be- killed on account of tho cold ,w gather. The undersigned osslgneo of The ing organized. Bank of Centertown ,wlll ho In Lot us horo that this intpjndfng ARNOLD. Ohio county, Ky., at the dungi-- r w,iil Jtlmulato every mofhor's office of tho Bank of ConiUntown on son Feb. 20 Health in this communiwho has bean a meanhcr of a Saturday March 18. 1911 at which ty is not very good at thiB writformers' oirganlzatlon and dropped out ing. time and place eaid assignee will by of duos, to ray up at severe attacks of sit to receive claims again said es- once as voll as to Induce ethers, who S.averal have had tate and any creditor falling to pre- have la grippe. to do so at one?. not jvft Joined sent at the time named, his claim Mrs. V. Arnold lost a fine cow toLet us mako our machine as day. rerlfled in the manner as are claims !n and as perfect as possibly ard against the estate of docodonts, exMr. Allan Coy and family have as short a tlmo as pcecHblie, W vhat cept that it need riot be verified by wo on a visit. Every reader of The Republican can seiaro all of tho six beautiful everbloom-in- g - gone to Brooklyn, Ky., nuy ivady to successfully ooma person otlier than tho claimant bali any bo Mr. Ivan Arnold and wife, of Horse onslaughts that may bainada rose bushes described below without charge. They, are nil well rooted one Satshall be deemed to have jualvod hh on our business as farmers at any Branch, visited Mrs. V. Arnold year old plants, guaranteed to reach you in good condition. Each collection will right to any part of tho assigned esurday nlgiht. ttaio. Let us be ready to underscore tate. Soo Russell's statute, Sec. 402. jusitd03 Several we-n-t to the W. O. W. lodge be. accompanied with full instructions on planting and care. If wo can not uodlscore it. If This February 20. 1911. wo aro to continue as a proieitivo at Banock, Ky., last night. Mr. Emjok Evans and Mr. Irven 32t4 ALVIN KOWE. tariff county tot the tariff apply aliko Evans returned home a 'few days ago Assignee of Tho Rank of Centortown. everywhere. Guide. from Roseiwell Now Mexico, Rose The Black Rose makes the highest attainment of the hybridizers Success too the. IfspUbUcan. Farmers and Protective Tariff. McHenry Deposit Bank. ctflor the large beautiful flowerslook as if they were skill. For grace, form-anIt is banjly possible that the McHenry Deposit Bank de The cut from the 'heaviest daric rich velvet. For Sale Cheap. "reciprocity" agreomont wllili and A good 3 year old Mare. See Z. W. Canada will fonce an alignment of sires to thank Its depositors Killarney The wonderful new "Irish Beauty" unfolding bioad wax 32t- 4interests and people In thla countiy frdenkls for the confidence manifested. Griffin, Hartford, Ky. flowers of pure snow white. like petals into enormous semi-fu- ll of Its n tvo aides of t.hj question, "Is the This bank now has one-ha- lf is a strong, robust, vigorous grower. The .flowers are lanutir and fajuutag tho foundalilou of total depositors available in rady Companion.. Didn't Lik. f the whole country 'b prcururtity and cash and arrangements by which it "What made that prima donna defaultlessly formed, extra large and double, the color an exquisite shade of bright can pay every depositor in full on mand your discbarge?" gaaoral wolfaro?" "1 wrote an article," replied the press sparkling pink. The fanner has rejuoj)idiwd to calls demand. In the whole history of this bank, agent, "saying that sbo slugs like hn jlic protitivo is a healthy grower veiy hardy bush on which great for hjip to maintain Yellow nngel. She said sbe saw no reason fiififf policy of Uhl3 oaiunitry up toiho we have never failed to pay any de- for complimentary reference to any masses of exquisite golden yellow roses are luvgemt tini3. Ho has not done U positor; while other and older banks body's singing except her own." were usluig clearing houso certificates. Washington Rhea Reid Great masses of Jarge double flowers of the richest velvet red are because of any dlwct bjiiolts liiat n Stnr. Our bank wastoxamhiod jby IthoStat nUfiibit donive. Jlo lias dono it by produced on the wholerbloomjng season. v on FebjrMdtag to tlw argunxjnt tbat he Examiner, Mr. Lon Rog-ersSuit. Soma Death to Othors. In habit of bloom, it is extremely free, producing flowers "Iron may be good for the blood 'of aJvould ho'jp lrotP,t infant indua'ry, ruary 15th, and his words & commenin immense clusters. The color is an exquisite shade of clear shejl pink. lnjaaufaojurlrg in particular aiiduhus dation are printed el so whore In (his some." remarked the worm as the angler threaded the book through him Respectfully, ereato a grtcdt cancuni:ijon of III- Issue. Send us only $1.00 to pay Tor THE REPUBLICAN one and The geutly, "but I fear it will ,be the death S. J. TIOHBNOR, Pros, products at liomo. it was ofuitoiinud of met" one year and we will send you DR. J. S. SMITH. Vice PreS beautiful to the funuar that the net pmfiit to And yet the flab that swallowed th A. M. SMITH, Cashier, 32t2 overbloomuig roses postpaid and absolutely free of pharge. Urn would bo gruaiter if hfs products j s iron a little later was quite carried , of, wno con&umod at home inU'-daaway with It. This is the greatest offer ever made and. it may be withdrawn in a. few days. Notice. ltolng sent to foreign couiuriea to bo You can order the roses now before the. supply is exhausted and have them Fatal. onuined. it wiaa agineud that tlio I have 50000 lbs. of good Hay for The Lady-G- et out! TJou're the mas tronaijortatilon ohargs, as 'wall as Sale. shipped later. Either mail or bring in this coupon. I gave a piece of my enke to only aa oliangos, would be sumo handlinii 31tf R. B. MARTIN, ago. The Hobo No, mum. I'm hour saved and added to h'J3 imofUa. Too thut 'poor- feller's ghost! Clevlait4 BALD-KNOfenraea- - agivod In good faith, but the l.ea'der. THE REPUBLICAN, i March 1. Heailtih is very good in other fellctw has bQc'it a ratical mil Hartford, Ky. -- " .. along ths lino and the faraiKr would this community. Advertising as a Science Fays. Good many atftonddil .tho at aging be justified now in rwpjijrlng tiio duty - Enolpeed find.fl.OQ for, whichtandmyour,paper1,fpr:"o'ne year, Some poPplo.- say that advcrifViWB; ssomovod firom a gtvsit many iiunufac-iure- d at thw place last Sunday nlghlt. Tho is all a matter of luck; tohat yW The'Farmer'and Stockman 6ne1year, and.your six;fosesadvertis-e- d artlutu, but UKtilnit&buxl a its oIahh is improving nicely. cannot tell what advertising is gowg " lirgsont standard on all fairui iinuducu. will bo Ringing at tUla place to do, whether or not it la going to ,. libera in your paper. -Bixvt wo boliold the s(tialitaCi3 finaad ovury Sunday .night My Name . otter or- - pay. This raay be tnue; but It ik f la the colloolilciu of duty on uugar rangpmsnsnita are nAdo. Alao pndaoh- - vary atrasgo that the man whb gvqp jnioduau, matetng it uAmcot .'jios- - itig next Sunday tjlie nagular mjetfng lnteOUgeivt thouUt to bla adviyilB-In- g Address, day. Mble for twar cano and uugar-tbu- t oaid does It In aa intottlgent, Atv WQwora In tlrts coucitry, to cljwtip Mrs. Anna Tonrenoa and daugh&ir neat, stnIght(torwrd way, usually Imw ftUfca Rhoda and Mlm Harriot Sicde-fu- r 1 lnr ladutftjry in Any uwuuior. luck on" bis aide. Ho is lucky 11 wwq cleacant callers of Him. U. In hfe ftdivonfta'jHg Tha tho ovAaksi of tiw duty , n bcoaue he neduai Sft4fi ia the form of 14m naUJflDua Havens, lost Friday uvmlH. It to- - a' maUaea. Advetntbjlug lsjuat Mlm ChJoe RMn:y, mpoivt Monday as cyptaia aa paying rent. Advrifcs-la- g dwwback oU3- - TiW- - iuado k p?3 afik) for tih0twlii imiftufctratufAng in- - wttli. Ml BBurietu Tkyilor acd Har U afovroMd by b3 ateie commi tncut to ktont'gmla from for4gn riot jfanderfur. seas bualnuw 11eo tiat govern Hiruutnio8 and tkvn bo abb to luuji Several from kre attad'jd tho ing a lot 'of toautoes or owlfih. , Mr! U. S. WhAW te wriftelciiiiMy recovered from ihte rooeat Ulacew, WkU fe Is abb tQ bo in hie atoro. E. S. Mttlan warf coital to ttfioibed-WeJill(bAhr In AstfXan, 111., yesterday who was dahgoiwiply HI. of Th people of tWs coucitry must lln up, for or ag&nt, tli- - farmer atd bto direct IrjtorstB In Uio inrni-i- dla'je fuiure; that to, If tlio farmer wittl hcBtlr hton&jlf la. the lcPt. Jtt may be that Une nMuiuteoturtng and AMERICAN FENCE . other conwiKirdal intynoat'e v,Vlrc&Q HiHPit 1 WiiBMBHB tb-eil- r h foV-'phon- thn -- The short timber supply and the high prices of good wood fencing materials make the wire farm fence an economical cessity. If you have a fence, you want a good one. If we sell you a fence, we can't sell you anything else. ' We handle nothing but the AMERICAN FENCE. There is none better. inch, 39inch and fences carried in stock. We can furnish the fence tha( pays. Jug-Handl- ed E. P. BARNES St BROS. KIY. BEAVER JH v Call on The Republican for Fine Printing'. Y n, -- nt g Six Rose Y Y Bushes Free ff pro-TO- td f Y Y Y Y Y Y the: roses described. d Black White "President Taft It Kaiserin It bnie. , J. Dorothy Perkins s - Farmer and Stockman thesekx lar ' d n T; v'?'" - ,;;; ta ,ittltiitltltltfcltltlHt.jt; THE REPUBLICAN, ddreee c5rcioir - to Hartford, Ky. i V JiautK3fipapaeC,.