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The Hartford republican: March 10, 1911 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 hao1911031001_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: March 10, 1911 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4. Y & JobvVVork. i DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL " OF OHIO COUNTY. TilEEOPLE V($L. XXIII. fNfERESTING eon Subscription $ I per Year N6.34- - HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KYFRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1911. Ii basket bail items and studiut body SwL ' A WARNING TRANSftiNTED. any American wlio hag evpr imnltiJeni to tho public 'that, wo I hlMtOTV. OLD INDIAN meet omcfanitlcally conckfmn such acts "Thero are more ohurohes land moro as pnadaaiB cf Ue most vo. wicked cliuroh members In Kenitucky. acoanl. and diabolical spirit, and we further Inv to population, ilinn in any ofiher aiy wo moat ohekirfiiiftly offer our serstatie, and fwcr eults for seduction vices. In bftftBtlftatnttitdtitrM ntrfti ntiar- - t - r. i mmJi uiK' bb arc. 'i saaniaw and Jlbel, I Between W. K. Seminary aoters, at iliich .tribune we hope .ihoso "Kemiucky contrlbul Uncoln to vlcfotons of deoeixy and good order f 4BBH tho nonth and gave Davfs itolhto south. " Pottery, Implements may reoeilvu the- full punitehmeat of Arr notour on MK A College l and Hartford thi-Wlfc tfr TAnt ao tv. 7&-- S law. ' ? if ' M. ' 'jeir nine tw i tWmwT .I jM Pipes Found Baptist Church. ' Submitted with tha names of the Basket Ball Teapis leaver Dam oommittew appointed. Sunday school at 9:45 Df. E W. THOS. H5 SMITH. urear r .-Ford Supt. Boys Were the Morning Mmbar of ""Faculty. woreirp- - at 11 o'clock, Near Tolesboro Interesting' De thvmo of discourse, "Visions of Life." MYRTJB WILLJAMS, scription by Don B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 o'clock. Member of thieSludenlt, Body. a. BBT ir ft rfriT,i"i'rv RHEA HATCHER, Evening worehilD at 7:lfi oVtvif Member of the Basket; Bail Team thome. 'Vhat it Costs not to ba a )1 On'&at Saturday evening, atB-aan', Ohdaitian." . . fit ' ...... oy .. special :.'-t.- vIockprtScfoI-Kote.i- o' nouse, K-"s ; intmtaittoni'or ft Public cordially l to all cor- -(Special Staff Correspond caik.) jte Hartford Collage batitft&bain timt, Rookpont Ky., March 7.--mie vloes by pastor and church. Rock- . Rockipont, Kj-.-. Maroh' , rft nmi uuu fituuuuu. wutuia'Ul Dtuv nOflt flreilll Snhml imhlMil litlhn, W. BRUNER, Pastor. J. ancent Indian villac' Is inZnT er Dam,accampantLert by a largo num- - third yiears work September 5, 1910 a 'high hill and gentlemen from arid da enlcmfn ihn h mrv a fact. Members of Largest S. S. In Known, to nar Tolesboro,'-ifew otayaialghiboring 4o,wn tame over and s'mca its ororanlzatlan. outalde-o- f that' immediate neighborhood. played a double headier matdh game World. Out of 218 .puplfe in census report Yet there are unmistakable signs .jwitLjJthe former. The game wastall-i'- d wo have onraMed 182. It Is interesting to note that Mr. of an extensive Indian Camp and rel4ai cfehit o'clock, wrftli Mr. Jack The citizens of 'Rockport ana .wide and Mre. Tlhomas B. Peihilo and two ics and Jmni--r- n other Indian K&gey, Hartford referee, Prof. Oscar awakn to the educational interest of Httlo daughters, formerlj- - of this of the dark aires fnnnri j..- 'Shultz Beaver Dam, umpdre, C. M. their town and have wiiecited a eood city, but noiw'ln Brazil, Ind., are memmute evidence of a nam th,it t,i Barmdtt, time koeciper and Clarwno? hoard of trustees who are up to, date (he largest Sunday School In bers of and tlnrlved before the coming of the Barnard score keeper. TJho lima up or sohool men putting forth 'every effort tho worid. poieraoe tnytruders. Tha hill wihWi the teams was given In our last Is- to make the Rockport Graded School The enrollment of the Methodist 1s is rather high Is aooessable in sue. Tho Hartford boys laaked train equal to any In the county. cnlr church Sunday Sohcol of Brazil last two places but the top is J23r5ca ing and .ware out olaastid by the visit level iwlth The following Is a list of pupils Sunday punched 3,960, .whfah is tald an outcropping ,,., . ors, exctitft in the finst half of tho rm .tnn hnnni tvii tn ttk.o Rehi in St Paul Pioneer Press. of Mmeatonme rock Jto mak3 It the largest Sunday School around the edge. game played by tha first fcaom. Hart- - ing attained an averae grade of 90 cr In the world. The next lirgat. ac Upon the top one can obtain ford coming out ahead in a score of 'mane ia thalr studka. WILL CELEBRATE cording to. the statistics, is in Bwcok- - ramie view of tha entire county WHO HAS BEEN: 9 ito 8, but in the last half Hha vlsto- for Eighth Orads Ofea iHunjleij-- , Ploy lyn N. Y., with am enrollment of 3,00 mues around and across OT3 mad 9 a great Jead on them, re-- 1 m. Heck. the valley Mrs. Potrle, who (s the daughter to tho Nonth oast may b. gaii tih. sui-Jnat uue ena an a scon? or ui Savoith Orado-- G. M. JVIaddox, E. 92ND ANNIVERSARY WHO IN KENTUCKY of Judge and Mrs. J. E. Fcghj, of shndowy outlines of the Ohio river to 11 In favor of the visitors. Tto a. Gkcvo3, A. E. Dunall, M. L. Gibbs, this cdty, teaches a class In this Sun nuis iwhloh on all oUier SJd,-i-. ecoM for the second team was 33 to 'Esther Bantlqtt. V. L. Jackson, G. E. day school. Mr. Ptjtrle is a member on w vie distance the dim outlines j 13 !afa-o- r of the visitors. Rdbentsom, J. A. Howard, Ray Harrel, Popular Order to Observe the Day Judge, .Barker Refers to Some of the Business 's of th Cumbsrland .no,t,n iiannoro e. H. Brawn. Kfcla Class, of the fcot-hltivry momiDer w whlcli luxs an enrollment of 400. fTha Mountataa can ba dewenn'td. tfcn'3 deserves unhbucded in q fee for Sixth Grade Walter Maddox, ' of Its Birth Throughout Men Who Have Done Down In tho bowels of old mother wo daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Pe-tr- ie tho work accanrplCttbad during the Fifth Grade-Meptt l,anjdrum, are also regular attendants Tat earth, about ton. feet below Jfoe uppr games. Jt was iba general DipfaJton The Country. t Dawi,t Katie TurlsyJ'Aijvin CurThings. ttps schooL Each year the Eum of JaveVtjwo smngs flows out of tha tismow crduranca tis, B3ssle' that ttoey dlgplay-e?2,500 Is ccnitrihutied to Mlssljons. and sue Jn'.tKgV'rocks. Those springs than fchie membors of thie crihcT teams Fourth tS&dilariKSifc? Daanon ,ad& .would protabjly have iwon out Keaton. It will be nlnety-twSpealilng at- - a banquqt- given yeaire, on tdia at half of this amount Is oomtrubiutk.d by furmfehed a plentiful supply of water 26th at next month. sVnte. a Ht.tirt Winohoater-Judge- tha Superintendent; In fact he con for the aboriplnes. had Uha Iralves bcien forty minutes Bairkor told: i Third Grado-Matjt- ie OBaoie". Covorurig about three aores of grDumc" number of men in Baltimore met to Iniatcad of twentyj Nptwlthatanldlng "I deplona the hiabltof Borne writes tributes the same amour.it Second Grada-Annl- e :Kniam. gether and organized the tlhoir lack of tratalng theyr tltiuck to, in boasting of Kentucky's Sins Ntlits-ke- as is raised by the school as a whole. oa- itop darker and mora distinct rings -: ana to ba found. Herg Order oraddT'e1!- the pcBtS wlbli itKe grealtdat cburfigef fa'St horses and beautiful women located, SELECT. the Wlgjwnms and Tcneies of 1m last training, hcy stuck to tiha BEADY TO TEO. laws. For many years (tha mcimtoers of whtoh Fihomr ifTit minTi enntu-t- . 1.... I lack of v that popular fraternal ordqr havelbeJi wtHe acquaintance wifih tho ileal nro- - March 7. Mr. Oscar rhiMe.v. of race. Those rings are espealally eama with ithe creai'iddt courace. to in .ihe spring. in the habit of formally cekibraittng ouatis of Konbuoky, .aicd thair- ajtton- - Baizotawn, has be?n very4ie!ck for the games iwiorc itlhioiioushly enjoyed ( OF NIGHT RIDERS Tiho Thiey are composed of ohancoal, .by a large audience which 'had come the anmlvCTsainy of tihe Mrat onsaulza- - tfion to the high stand, iwihleh tha nasi ween mm appanttioitils. The Musical at Mr. J. AV. Duoalls have fragments and notbarv fraemtonh. tlonandthe coffiilng,anrilcerary prom mt.n of Kientucky luad daken In Lvery out to cheer, the bojis and dvaryone Saturday night was enjoyed by all The relics found in this .. t more enjojied. itho exclbem'enit of .tho games Milton Oliver, Chief Witness for ises bytoo be.ordar genoraliy oibacirv-e- d donartment of life. present. ground are very numerous, nearly the than prcjbnjbly any wWoh were fair, and thia coniteHtwaj Savoyard sometime ago writing .Messrs G. N. Baize and W. C. everything from human Temalns to previous annl-ersarhas been- - From along those illnes 'of' thaaahlevvmenbi pulkd cXf wiah Uhla u'omoat good will the State in Hopkinsville, almost evor,y place whare there la a of tha Iveai'tucky mtoi had itihls ito fay: Daugharty, of Balzotown have bouglit tho smallest anrowheiad iwlng found and friendly feeling aimiocig Uie boys there. Mr. Ell Howard's timber, consideraHeavily Guarded. lodge and that Is almost qrevynhero who compesed the twp teams, and "Kcuiitucktoris under George Rogers Arrowlwiad.8, Qelts and .btcoves are . tion $200.00.. Th,ey will move thalr tho word seems to indlqato thaitthc!re Clark, moved 'ithe boundary line tcadheris and p,ai'jrons MprcB-jEttnthe of the will ba some kind of exorcise t two scihoclls. Unttcdj States from tho Ohito tIvct to mill in a short time and begin saw- - especially numerous, while .large Hopkinsville, Ky., .March 4.MM- lng. tomahawks of thp birth of tjhe order. the great lakes. After tihe close Cif (ihe game a moat shell ornaOUvar ohl' witness for the This city has a fine lodge and wblla "It was a- Kentucky stateaman Prof, and Mrs. J. Alex Rhoads of ment are not uncommon. The snecl- cowardly anddisgraoiiful act.waa C2.m-tcIpnosecution in the casds tig'ainat Dr, they have not yet stated Just how Joim. Breckinridge (who Cromwell visited rcilatilws ibero a few mais are all of fine workmanship. mlttsd .by some young men twiho were was the The arrowheads, tomahawks, etc. are nat conn'eotiod wifih 'the game in any D. A. Mois and five crthcrs, WiargHl they ana to observe the oqcaialon It rual anther of tha Louisiana daw last week. e. with nartlolpatlon In the Wight rider goes without saying made out a good grade Df fiilnt .whll tltay will way not Btudenita of Hartford Dolloge. that Mr. W. L. Yarlnen, of Wanrecs raid on this oliy In 1907, arailved pnoparly observe It, unless perchance. Some eggs were pnocunud and .thrown "Kentucky made tho war of. 1812. Mill, was In this neighborhood Sat- some of tho sptclniiems found .was ' maae cf ohsldlam. The axea they may deolde to visit In a body among ,the visitors ns they worvj did mbre than hor share of Uie urday and Sunday. The cases are saton Monday. Oli- some of the lodges In tha adjacent and of granite finely to leave, Eitriking several pir-eoand tlghtiing in it. There will bo a new exciihnge of th and bomiattortng jiheim, rulnlnB ver ccanes direat hero flram MdtTOiJolIs altlos. "Kentucky was tho first state to Farmtms iMutual TtJephone Comvany the bu'covea ana moslily of san ditto 111., whare he has lived slmce leaving Thepottery was made of ofay mixed Gneait toiaigniaitlon . their olothlng. establish common scliools and sup- put in at Gllstrap thds wewk. Sweet Clover-- in Pendleton County port with ground mussel shell. QuKia a w- -i rf.hft CTnlnil fnl hv wado cf our "ucKy fihem by a tax on nil ithe proper ltln'',3 Mr. Wilson Smith, of Oak Grove numb-j- r and of pipes have also Ixtyn t,wa and by every member of Jtort-- 1 ft a l.a IWIilV Pturo of.K healtih .... .. k Bays The farmers of Pendleton county ty of .the state. .B . was In town Sunday afternoon. fn inlr;. w,u ...t.i found, most of tlwm bainz nf t.h d collyge. both facUltj' onjd EituOsaw, "" fluiaM uuum.t seem to have salved one of the great" I.wtto TT. "Kentucky secured tha fnae naviaa- .11 .,! . l weiras tho sohool board. A Cfcuit ftnrl 4"--" Wl uv ...... Mr. Eari Smith came home from tubular varieti'. The Blnzla exennhion. n niaa acquni est problems for tha farmer. bciw to tlon """, illss-'sslnpnlvor. Ken BawlCng l 'T. lnflulra- - was organised aioiwlay utl'i,atriQd ' &o usual escewtof sJldCera restore the soil to fentlUtiy and at tucky of tlio Green last week to have to tliis is a crude sllvwr pipe ptow-e-d save more soldiers to the Texas up some tlma ago. It ,is said tn ,n the measles but at last report he hud onil onma flffoan n ltXlr-!l- I "HdCr Lileut GdOCh the eame tdmo to utilize It. Manv revolution than any olbher staite. V AH tiho ipaTby were in cltlzans clothes glowing aooQunits come be made of virgin silver, and is rare ' not taken tliam. from th6i as ijiqung men, and bjys wiare sworn "Kentucky furnbrhond more soldiers U (examined la nn effort to discover hence their annlval n town mtm ivrac- - to 'how sweet olover has reddamed It is shaped nearly The Baptist church at Baizetown annd valuable. for ithe Mexican war than any citflier tlcally unmotlced. On two other oc- - the tolbacco-mTor- n MM tends and &t the state. has called be nararatra tiers . of the outrage.- The Rev. Netter Miller to Ilka an ordinary clay pipe. It lias tho appearance of leaving been heated out preach for them ithls year. inquiry coaultad in wmts ioin taciuwi f oaslons when Oliver coma hero he was samo time funn&Eihi&d tho beat of pas"The firsts steamboat evdr Jaunbhed and ground or rubbed dnto shape,"" tor 'Raymond PihlHlps. Hwbtilt King, accompanied by his torally, but this ture, and hay second only to alfalfa, Air. F. E. Keown of Central City. in tha uojld was tlio work of a Ken- manyothed curious and rare rollcucan' Lewis Riley and Oharlla Carpenter. time ha Is alone, save for tlhe aol- is In town this week on business. LNew Manager for Commercial tucklan John Fitcli. be found there. Young Riley oonCesiacd to ' having dIf3TS. Audoban lived in Kentuoliy; so did DON CARLOS. bcuiht jWjo oaea and was afseaacd a Hotel. Interest In Smith Case. Alexander Campbell. Program for Farmers' Club. cost by Police Judge fine of ?2.60 and .Mr M.u ..ft.tf. w. W.I1I r"v.., , UL. 1 "Joifl T. Hart was a Kantuckilnn; ..., nrwl fr, I ,iu.t .VICI A. S. of E. Notice. Unusual Interest is being manifested The foUowing program lias' beo Bearvvjr $ the C. M. Orqwe. G. U. LUrocs Diam, .have moved bore- and .o as hvell as America's Braaitest in the trial now in progress beforo Tho Hartford Magisterial' A. S. 'of Phillips laflt Sunday arraniged for tha Farmers' Club ifli, Gtty Brosooutor. liave taken charge of, the Nww Cctni culptor, jQuett, iwasa KentucWIarin, a Judge It. R. Wedding In .MIss E. will meat at Chapman Sohoolhouse for Texas, and we understand young Is to meet In Hantord Saturday (nflt niro!al' Hctcl, having punchaiscd tho cill as America's grcateut. JwrtraU Nora BurrvKJ Is cliarglnff which L. near Dr. J. Shinkle Chappie Church, ThursKing te la Uoutavdlle. Noma of the nooji at 1 o'clock, March 11. Idase of Mr. S. Ct Robents. Mr. Cjooa)- - alnier. Smith of' Oentert,owni' with bolng day Jlanoh 20th 1911. Coma all vnn Invocation T. It. Balmailn. have baen apprehended aayc. others er Is a tharouBh business man. nnd "llhoma. F. Marshal and Rlciiard tlio father of her Illegitimate child. Equity pcoplo and find out what 'wo' desire of thecltl- - Advantage of a Canning Factory inM reoorltly waa In the morcanUlo It ia the lenifeo were ICerituckiiains. to well The proswutlon is bedng conducted are going to dp. yna nt ITanhfonl ltiat t.llftfw men D3 to Hartford Rowan HolbrooJc and buMnEfl at Beaver Dam, and he hay! as the finest orators of a generation by County Attorney C. E. Smith and G. P. JONES, dh'm'n. brought to speedy Justice and (punnlih Edgar Boehm. ateo QfLiX conelderahle expedience In of orators. Attorney W. H. Bannes, while AtShould Agriculture he Taught in1 the - ed to the extent o kite law, and O. R. T1NSLEY. Sac. the hotel buIne3. AVe gladly wU-co"George Robertson, a Kentucky Jur- torneys J, E. Fogle and iHeavrin even fthta oannct in an adequaibe .way PulbI4c Sohfoote, if H0 to What ExtcmtT .him to our olby, and are sura ist, cave mora nnaovnttWi rtln (.ha fn. ' Piixxf. T. H. Smith. and Woodward repreaent the defense. WALT0NS CREEK. " teCA upon the eaitlafy the liudlgnatlon that ha iwHlium the New Oonnrolal dlolary at WcWmlnfiter than, any cltihar Almost Advfwtage pf Onaanizatlon, T. II. the onblre population of Cqn- - March 7. Mr. R. C. Tajilor, rwhohaa part of our oklzeot) tor this outrage, ou the lwt Hue. American Judge, tantown and vlolntty is lit attendance boon In Arisona for qulto a while recommAMiad mon &ha vlltors Juvltod BakiwJn and jj. B. Tlohemor. Mr, Roberts left this wgk for Hot 'Ephralm. McDowoll, a Kentucky cdthor as witnesses ifow to Improve Vom Out Soi- l- Springs, or Interested Rpec- - turned Saturday. hene from our nebjivbiorlng town, to Ark., whre he .will balflefeneaft- - surgeon performed tha filmt suocais- - tatons Albert Cox land 'Bud JJanoKAt. Tlie case, la being bitterly Born to the wlfa of Mr. Emmet leojoy a- laon-lcontest In ft game of ment for a cancer on his ooso. ita ul operation for ov&rttomy. contested on both aides, and will! not Render this morning a Ina' girl, The Advantage of Tiling Lata!, of the two Echuoto. uaiiubvfclav fiamlly ML the tieet' of the week. for 'Dr. BraAear. of Kontuolcy. nor go to the Jury beioro 'some time to- mother and child seem to be'dolnz Tb pupMa rbA WwoJwra, of lantford T, F. Tmmr aad Ww. Bewiy, Fordv411,a wbere they raided iHjf qjv formed suoowrful day. The Jury which is hearing the well. GrowJajf iTomatoas, J. A. Catdwafe. morwisg, unanimous .. AoMe Tuasday mt. a a... mowing to iwtsofld. ipcty vaPe .j nil mi .in case la made up of the fallowilnrng well 14ttJe Miss Norma Ross who has MJtle of S&d Qam, j, p. pm ly adopted" the following resolution. people we their ed tha, mcdlcfcl colleges of EdlnUurg, known olUsens of the county: S. T.. been visiting ter aad P. A. Moxly. rotatlves mean Mata,nzas atoTitrfflrtin fiwiiB Ift tb sohool: IIn, Parte, and Baraufet, J. IirB. Ctoneon, W. E. Word for the last week returned homo TV8irii(B aiter tb etONtafc ot a C, BAIRD, "Bishop Bascom, a Kenfeucklan was Jr., W. E. Dldwxsll. Mltchtfl J, S. CKCIX., Baldwin Saturday. gwnt of tinwlmiit toil brtwyomn the Marriaee LIcmscs. tihe aReaGati.,uintt orator our coun-:r- y tmd Jtanos banuett. MUw Anna Carter, who la fownhin J. Y. HAOBRMAN, 3Urtfon4 nd Beavwr Bam UtaBm on W, D. Pcyor, 38, to Mrtha J. Hen- has proved, fichoQl In the Walton's Creek dtelriee v CnmntlMno. iMtafttHntey i&t Mmh 4tt), 1911, dlx, 19, hath of liaaajv; OfaMMee "Robert BMektnridge wm tlio idad- . w iner aome near dtsffrateefal. autm oHTMd. w Simmons FriFor Sale. Keiw, M, CeatteiAQWH. to Lota: D. Mar- - ng Preabjsiariaii akwgymiaa of two XtiM Tax fayirs. day ,to see her father, Mtr, U. ii. tMt, 16, Beaver Daw. R. H. VmtmHM M ad"aowHy mot to U hWwy ;vartloM. ) Two good work horsaa iteatle Cartw who la quite IW. The oity taxs for (fee town of tM tt4et town of Jtartfoml-Hfctt- f Ska Pafcira-s- d 31, RwoMh, to Jwm Crow, 19,- - V&pM "JoWa A, JipoAddiw was tihe moat' and sound. Also three jgood ml ten Sunday. of tbrtin tmm lw a erotwd of Hwtel, Ky., tor th yftr lftll i,L vtm-rTmT. Mmb. W, to i&tim h. UtrudMe HubAtw seboiar of all Amr- yr Mw Sctote Hocker set her IhcoU- -' ''' I wHl Bolt reasoiwAily cow8 am nkiiaaa 'wo eawe aver jUw. K M pM by Ajwil 1, (g HaM, 19, both of Dan: Urn. partleutars caU oa or addratw. tor to work with 127 tee mr mm WW witMW tt Jim, ynwrfnr. f MtlM. ip MtKi M. Wto.M.-lMm. "amMlldtaK'K ihtufcarr at ilu PattuiMn W. H. R1UEY, i due Mm ofea took out in nia ui. . OeiUoiwV S, baih ot Ww4vHU. Church Ummm Uw aa Uw aniun nrl 33t4 HafOonT, MwkMMsw. Ky. Ym x gwed ,f. .Mr' - BK. .irriiB JC tk JpTBKRiflBflBBp . WWL F;'' PJK X ?m HP and 9Hm -- s 'J . lm-lt'?- ' !, S.-- hsr-rJadl- v... tfissLBwauiM ,h. I m. .t.v . M-jn- . nie Mar-garo- Beaaljyj, .r-W- o - flrclt-fcw.j- e t.-V'- .i y, orthe-lndapendem- t ., nbti-ceoS- -- ln.cpm-miamarati- 'stoue-axes.nin- ,n imr-chas- e pro-pairi- ng ns are-mnd- e a. .... ... ...- 'e ,w' V w rr !m J - s - tha.-jHn- artp-itoi- J.-- t. ,. ad wtt. z' iW t. 1 Bvr lt Bmr w u wa bat kt ' Jjja-i a X infMlBjiil .ngiif:M. U jfc. ilm &i r s tit A-- T ,A'J o j?' raffcwMw; . IJKj 'iR 'ft I l- - r v .? I 4 on Owv Dix to te4nnwm in favor bub neett witfe Bttn- THE NEW 'TtMtf dtffiaaltktM'wwe says: "lie ea smth Mm dwdAock. EH". ThomM In- set ELECTORAL HLLEGE He aan MmiMM Murphy. He oan which m twimw ore vtpnujiiiui aaa! euro (his fdrty. Witt ha apt, or will bottto conUlnfog LflllU fifliMeedlfi a bactoria ttve amiajtflyr, he teb Muripfcy wrokthe Democratic In wfekh tfw Thaw, arfood Bnd moisture ALine-U- p on The Dp- The party bi Nw York?" Altliough in eomiawhat leas freaked vetiWegw, the supplied and Ufa sustakved for Only Way to. Reduce Ex are bacNew York Times, Bwardng Pcet (wd aqverafl years,. The nitrogen Coming; Fresriittial otlver papers whloh supported Dlxand teria jfeheory haa now been prawn to Living:. Election. the rest Df the Democratic ticket In the satisfaction of agricultural exports ik 1910 talk in the whim atrakj. Tbo la cow no real taste for the and there Evening Post, indeed Intimates that reUef (that,, tho soil of the eastern Uetf "tight on Soils is Hope states te exhausted, but that oH It Republicans havo no reason, to be tho Democratic party in New York is lacks is nitrates and humus. Tho despondent ovjr the readjugfaeat of already- - wrecked Bofarns regards Us . of The Counair hlaa an tahauaMblo supply, which States votes under tbie csoblus if chances for carrying the state In 1912, may bo tapped ord placed back Into 1910 In so far as it .will affect tho and it is probably correct. try. But those journals fall to Gauge , tho ground for plant food A green ElectorfaU Collage to be chosen next year. TWat pooy will consHor 629 tho situation, in. attacktag .Tammany crop turned under BUppMes humus. NOTE HEADS CARDS bactatea ore tho members if present plans areVoarried they attnekr" the Democratic party. .The ntrogcn Jllgh cost of living Is no doubt means iby which nitrate are supplied out. The States surely Democratic' Without the active support of Tamrt POST CARDS duo- - largely to tho abandcEimant of Those bacteria attach thomaclveB to will return 160 oof these whMe States many tho Democrats could not havo ENVELOPES and tho roots of leguminous plants, form ohnDst if not quite as cenW&ly Re-- carried Now York even in such an culture la the oaatonn states year as 1910. Tnmi concentration of ioiu!lati!oa In cities. colonics on tho roots In riho tfhapo of puDiican win select zss. One hunMen and women of the Bast tor a little nodule. These creatures dred and thirty-on- e must beplaoed many is pot only tho nucleus but is BLOTTERS BILL HEADS generation, have looked upon farm nitrogen from the air, feed it to in the doubtful column, m the follow the dircct&is'ftpiriit Df tho Democratic party In its state. Murphynomlnated and tho plant, which by actual results ing table shows. lifo as jnot worth tha caodlo V. i'"; Div, for Govrnor. Every paper In imagined ithat living In tbo d.ty and shows an irjorease in plant weight of DEMOCRATIC. PROGRAMS LETTER HEADS Nqw York, Democratic and Repubworking' In mills, factories, Btores and from 10 to 600 per cent, besides corState offices was lying on a bed of noses. ing up nitrates In the soil for future Arizona l4....... 3 lican, saw this, and commented upon 12 it He organized victory for Dixnnd That the city Us nicit a bod of rpses crops amounting to 600 to 1,000 pound Alabama SHIPPING TAGS STATEMENT HEADS ?. legislative and fr. is evident, inasmuch as there now is per acre. 9 for tho Democratic Arkansas great big kick about .the coat of living h. .... C congressional ticket. NeiUher the Thus Nature provides n process of Florida of Murphy's other ..Cy and with all the coat thero is a lack renewal for the essential which ex- Oeorsla 14 World nor any CIRCULARS LABELS y '. found any .W. of the real smell of the xosAa and perts havo long considered must be Kentucky 13 Democratic critics, of n m fault (With Tammany's labors diu favor hay. '.tS'E. supplied to the soil In the form of Louisiana the '' side during , the ; S of tho Democratic But what la ito be donie about It chemical fertilizer. The nitrate beds Maryland. . . BOOKLETS campaign. The feud which has been exEveryone can't live In the city and of the world are fast becoming, Mississippi ....10 .".?. maker hats, coats and steel rails and hausted and the Dutlcoik is certous. Nontli Oanollna 12 ''on" for several weeks in .the Demo allow the fields .to grow up In woods With r.i3W lhrht and hope for tho Oklahoma . 0 cratic party in Nefw York was preORDER BLANKS ,r and bruah. The East must either discredited eastern farm lands there South Carolina 9 dicted last fall by Republicans and' by ?&&. go a thousand miles west or south Is to come renewed interst in the Tennessee ,.f.fwS.....12 astute Democrats outside of thhit All the indications Bay ?..'.'&T?Vf!F.....20 MORTGAGE BLANKS for their food products or go to movemerit back to the farm, for Texas...,. ..'. DEED BLANKS Even where there Is profit there will be Virginia Canada of Soutlh. America. 12 that 1912 will .beabood year for tho ' ' Republican party lnHhc Empire State, thun it coats a Jot of money for great number of persons eager to Globe Democrat . transportation and the prohleni is no get dt. t.'lig?....160 Total nearer solution. REPUBLICAN. Profit from the farm will mean a " ' iflEleotors experts woufd lead real ibad cf ncees Jn the front yard Sottw Her Life a Burden. States The Oaffiforn!a tho public to believe ithat the Boll and the real odor with It. f.,..vV.'t ... Ratcllff, Tex. In a letter from Rat-clif- f, ; . AV'&i . . . of tho eastern states is exhausted, growth of dtles will be healthlod Connecticut airs. Mattle Campbell says, "My f but sometimes oven experts uuake ttnis and the inhabitants will be better Delaware :? . . . . health was very bad. I suffered untheydld not, we would not satisfied, for with an abundant food takes. If ' told misery e.very month, and at times Let Us Submit Estimate on Your Next Work. find mining interests now going over supply near at hand from thrifty Iowa fVi?. I wished for death to end my sufifer- their dumps to extract rich metals farms will come lower prides and Kansas ing, for life was a burden to me. I All Work Guaranteed. which had been cast aside as worth- better quality. Mamo., tried Cardul, and it helped me right less. Some of the iron furnaces for Tho National Magaalne, realizing Massachusetts i away. Cardul has stopped my suf??X!: years dumped slag Jn mudhcifs, rav- the important of the of Mlehlgan revival fering, made life worth living, and ines and any old place to gat rid of farming interest In tho eastern, states Minnesota ..,12 filled my home with joy and hapIt- - Then choy dlscovorod they had began in the Jlarch number a series New Hampshire rj?.".... 4 piness." you suffer as Mrs. Camp thrown away more metal than they of articles dealing wilth this subject. Nqw Mexico .s&.?... 5 bell did, Jf .Cardul will certainly help ore, Nqw they ar intoncst Is already aroused In many Ohio had taken from tho W?....24 you, as it did her. Why no try 'Fl-xotn- s dlggmg out tho ravines and tho mud- - j sections and the coming aiear wiDl Onogon No,22 5 C-- ll It? making money out of iwhat no doubt see an Increasdd demand fcr Pennsylvania holes, and f.'.'....3S they had wasted. TfV..... 5 farm lands which for same years Rhode Island Too Many Brands Now. We are getftlng some now light on havo been soiling at only a Craailon South Dakota .. 5 soil and the question is asked: "Is of their Teal value. Washington ; W! We desire to assure Senator Bourne's sv.... 7 Progressive Republican Lague of our .there such a thing as exhausting thj Wisconsin toil?" In other words," Can soil bedistinguished considcraitloni but with No Noed to Stop Work. come worthless " by the growing of Total -- i . .rr. .tisr.n ,ir, n . .233 tbo hope that the blamed thing wM When your doctor orders you to n! crops?" All the leading governments atop stay out of Indiana. We now have the , DOUBTFUL. 1 :t work, it staggfcrs jou. "I can't" in tho world are spending fabulous you say. Voujjnow you are weak, States , Electors progressive republicans, stand-pabte- r, , sums through their agricultural deT, antWiirndlan .reciprocity republicans, and failing in health, day Colorado partments (to learn the secrets of ed!13 by 4 llbeaal rapubllcans Idaho.. and a few other '....v day, but you. must work as long POSITIONS GDARANTEED and they are learning much., While as you can stand. What you need Indiana 15 kinds not yet branded. Wo are all in & B they are working and experimenting, !a RlM.trI( Tllttors tn will .GUARANTEE you a position If you 18 tho same bam but in separate otalls. irlw ton. Missouri us real soon. We need many more .' individuals are net idb Five years jstrength ., 4 Wo feel under the oircunuitHnoes that Montana at once to supply the enormous demand and vlgor to Jour SJBtonl( t0 for our graduates. As soon as we set the reauired " a ew Joniey faranor boustlt some prevent breakdown new league will be utterly superS the ... and hulld you up. Nebraska number of students this offer will be withdrawn. So 'Aaste or sand .laud at $0.00 per acre. Don't write at once for particulars. 3 fluous tn this state, for the present tit bo weak, sickly or ailing when Nevada Tiho land hiad a bad rtiputatfon, but ...14 least. The democrats have all,tho corn Electric Bitters will benefit you from New Jersey U& aoiyiway and there will not bo husks he thought he would glveit a chance. the filrst dose. Thousands bless them New York ?.p. ,4 enough to go around if we are to After a careful cultivation and appli- for their glorious health and strength Utah cation of manuP3, he obtained a small Try them. Every bottle !.. 8 take a few more brands of trouble. is guaran- West Virginia crop of oom, whloh about covered .'.".. 3 . BUSINESS COLLYEGE satisfy. Oniy 50c at all drug- Wyoming teed to INOOHromAXED tho cost of labor and manure, but gists, vr. sonWARTZ OLATON. m riuifoirAi. ESTABLISHED ISO IrfOUTSVIIjlVE, KY. after repented attempts .to raise alfalfa Total FWb. 28. Mrs. C. W. Cannon and ..131 lis patience was almost exhausted, ISO CREEK It will be seen from the foroScdng soni ahanlcs Mitchell wont to Owens-bor- e Winn we heard of the nitrogen bacwinch is a safe basis froniwlcich to Friday afternoon, to spend a 28. Most of the jou&g people Feb. deteria through the agricultural calculate, although Montana may few days iwiltlh relatives. from hone attended the close at Alex- not get an partment of Now Jersey. He had extra and member Miss Gannett Felix went to Fcrds-vlU- e of the body ander bchool Saturday night. They Arizona may be kept out of the tienrd of inoculation Friday afternoon neturnilng Friagainst smallpox, but had never heard report a first class entertainment for Union because of her unrepub'ican day night. of inoculation of tho mother earth. which Miss Shown and her pupils constitution, that Mr. Simon B. Smith, .Fardsvllle, the Democrats Ho duolded, however, to try anything deserve credit must take over 105 votes from the wa in town Friday. that would make 'his land grow some- Mr. James Ward, whose Illness we doubtful column before thoy can Mr. David Bunch, who luos been in thing, for ho had faith In nature. In moniUonod Jast week is stawily dmprov hope to win as 2D5 are necessary to bad health for some time is no betthe meantime ho heard that ithere was ing. elect. This maons that their candi- ter. Mr. Elder Dodson and faanlly visita bacteriologist living in New Jersey, date must carry Now York jwfliore Rev. Birch Shlolds, of Beaver Dam, conducting a laboratory for tho culti- ed relatives at Barnetts Creole Sat- the pany is now libpctossly divided; preached at the Bapttat church WedBrighter, Better, vation of nltrogoi? baobonla, wlao an urday and Sunday. New Jersey, Indiana, Missouri,;, West nesday afternoon and 'night. Mr. J. P. Foster has opened a groBigger than Ever 'experimental station for testing tho Virginia, and at least tiwx of the Mr. Joe Miller wemt to Hartford Tills cery In his storehouse recently pur- "sagebrush" bacteria with various plannts. States. If thlej; Jose Saturday on business. The regular price of THE LOUISbacteriologist was Dr. George Earp chased of Mr. Raymond Phillips. one of the larger doubtful Bttaitt'S Mr. C. D. Bean made a flying VILLE TIMES islo.OO a year. If you Mr. Pendleton Hudson has moved they Thomas, of Bloomflcld, New Jersey, are doomed u defeat andlaM of trip to Beaver Dam Wiedniesdaiy, will send your order to us,' you can and it was ho 'who showed tihe far to the property of Mrs. Martha Ward, these, with tho possible exception of Miss Stella Daniel want to Owens-bor- o got conditions purchased of Mrs. Anh Kerns aome Missouri, are normally Ropuhllcinls. mer that under suitable t Friday afternoon, where she helps hurts, but it won't cure an sandy land could ibo made to 'pro time ago. takes lessons once each week in aching tooth, wonn't wake We are glad to learn of tihe lm- a marred John W. Slckelsmlth, Greensboro, Musla and Expression. duce as much alfalfa as .land many Tiie Hartford Republican tinws Its value. After following thoProvoa ocmdlitloii of Miss Ethjel Ben- - Pa., lias throe children, and llkmaat one look like its old self. Takes a matt of Beda, who liau been vary sick phlldron they frequently takoJcold. advlce given and planting a spring skillful, experienced dentist to do AND THE Beginning on the Other End. crop of inoculated Canadian field fop some time. "We have tried several kinds otjoough that. Get all the sympathy you ' peas and oats, to got green manure', Surveyors for a' map of o&much medicine," ho says, "but havejmwor Hack in 1S92 when tho free tnade can, but for real relief and good 'the bnd was lined and a good Baud talked of oil field were in our midst found any yet that did ithom asjmuch erase struck the country tixo first man appointment dental work make an bod prepared for tho alfalfa. Iven-t- y Monday, a great many of our fanmora good as Chamberlain's Cough VRem-edy- ." to be attacked was tfio manufacturer. with us for the practical way of get pounds of alfalfa seed were Inocu- have pooled their land. For salo by all druggist. nt BOTH ONE YEAR This time the government began at ting your teeth In fine shape. Best Mr. Sherman ChamberUn in comlated with nitrogen UaqtJerfa and the other end on the farmer. He Is crown and bridge work in this town plantcd In Augunt; notwithstanding pany with Mies Loreno Balrd and his Retribution in New Mexibo. getting his first, or any town. Teeth ertraoted witha protracted dry spell shortly if tor cousin Miss Lizzie Hudson had the In withdrawing from .the sttorial There can't be much sympathy for d misfortune of having their buggy over oonntcst In New York Edswwd" M. the farmer who voted for a "to)wer out pain. All work guaranteed. Tele planting, the seed Boranlnlatcd, phone 218, by tho following . November a flno turned in tho mud Saturday night Shiopamd donounoes Ohanles V, Mur- - cost of living." If ha could gett what The Louisville Times Is the en route home from Alexander, But heavy stand wps obtained W from vue lammany cniei, lor Atna omi he (voted for without cutting down Best Afternoon Paper BELL, DR. i'", 21-- 2 to 3 feet In holglrt, dhowing u luckily the occupants or buggy wore lock which has been on la thCL-eaj-i- y his neighbor wfcJo voted tor hie interprinted Anywhere DENTIST, dark green color and (with nodules not hurt. ls&ture of that state since in ests we would say "Good enough for Office in MliCM BWg. Hartford, Ky. Has ifehe bast conns of, carnaspon-dast- s. . of bacteria .well ikwAoped on the January and (predicts theft will kfara F. Mm," but the trouble is all have to No Slavery to Work. fbeeu luas mots. Dr. A number of Re sutfsri together. Sheohan, Uio candkiate of the 'feuay for thu past three yqars allow- Dasklna, Va. Mrs. Mary A. Vandyke, oraIc oausus, who has the la' lw of publican termers in Spemser county Oev the Ksntueky field twfect-l- y. ing many farmers, jiossd Will ties in In a letter from Desklns, says: "I Tammany, will also be com WNsdto must have voted forBoehne last fall. what Is known as oor or exhausted had serious fenialo troubles,- - lasting atop down. Murphy 'responds iir de-- Tha returns looked that way. Bo4une Covew the general nws ehl com- -. 40 days at a time. I was so weak I uouoolng Sh)ard and soUs. The U. S, Agnlcultiurl voted for that reciprocity imt, Iho declare plately. f1 ago could hardly walk, so I tried Cardul. noHher Stwjwd. nor any of tttaMaads fehraai of whiot has kttoeJced the botrealized ho mo years Hs the best and fuUast BMsrkst the vast importance of using ultra-se- a 8oon I was better. Now, I am well." would have found any Sault wkk Tam- tom out of fch grain market. Soaie ,, tn urto. how to owlu pMouu, trad uiulu I PspaMa. opyiUMn.(a- - M ALL COUNTRIca. I baotonka In poor Holla and tried If you suffer from any form of wom- many Itiey could have won lsup-pon- of those termers have ooaie to tiMr neraocratfc- la pottttw, but'taic to Ulrtet vlfk H'atklgtM mw llmt, Butliuu enough by this tisw to want to aid the farmers by sciad4cig out anly paia or weakness take Cardul, He also points out wnmjF ana bjm everjHKwy. Mffmni. t wy. assaefcody to aoooinpamy Uiesi out bs- ultuftt, ibut ittase cultural nrcxvod of tlie wotnass tonic. Cardul will lift Democrato of New Jewwy, Ohfl, PttMt vti MrfaifMiMt PnctlM Eulvthxly. Wrtt or ooto to iu at il VMiva.kf, as tlKiy wore sent to you out of the misery 'and wearlnaess, Missouri, Nubrashn bsMAmt iaisd iae Ibaraaad phwt a fw ood M Utalk wtm. tm. WatM fUUt HUM Mhtl SENIYQUtSUtsoiUPTioN WABMIN&TOM. B.C. fi.i caused ' by 'woawaly weakness, aad bWw lw.v elected Uiek twnl kiete uadsr (Am eoai ifcati, i atoa wVfeh e resuU Hhat tlie Wj ithpaht that She feeesn of 186 for tiio want of nwteture. help you .to see tha brlglrt. sld of saaators, and bays done this - tto Your druglsta selU eauous wetked.", to 1M7 was iwsll ImrmA, bat iws wr Otiitf governmentts bara Hiade simi- life. Try K. to thW mi to fe LMuWviUs C-Wkss'. JtoskpoH JMtraal, Tk Nw York Wsrtd Trnf-r- "r lar tLttamifo to swd out the ftcbtorla It. , ttmum. ' RECLAIM .jw6 rrts. 'lte ml mul-tdpf- fr pensed LET US PRINT YOUR ox-tra- ct to-da- now-mow- .??!.... '' ,', stock forms a :'.?' ( Catalogues -- Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable. '' T ..?? -- THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN ..rv'.... i... Hartford, Ky. .'....lS I run-dow- n, WE -- , THE LOUISVILLE TIMES 'ODFL 1911 ratctv SYMPATHY Louisville Times Only n-i- $4.50 H.J. Earp-Thom- as 1t U &Kj?i5KrD&J:: th,"(h sns - ed Uaftiit 13 w , mull, spM W " & ! y. Y. 1tJ--L wi' V l" - & '!' m L' If IV A WIHAN WHO. CBULD LOVE SOME A WOMAN DISTILLER Indiana Dame Married Nine "I was Crippled; could hardly walk and had to Crawl down stairs at times on my hands and knees. My doctor told me I had an acute attack of inflammatory I, Was in rheumatism.l .for weeks, but was scarcely able to walk when I left, it. I read about - ictupprs and express r. Tho exnerieneo of fnTchmts,man oompaniicu Times arid Still Shi Loved H. i Them All. ( i if r i Irmnevlllc, 'Ind., liar., 6. Polly Ann Wesd, wealthy and agod sovoaty, today mnrrkd her nla'.h husband, Hrtrrl ton Strodcs, aged sixty nino. , Irs. Woed'trpcks lives In Naw-bur- g, ten miles from KransvUle. 6I10 tonas married when a young woman to "James Wood, and with each rerunning death or dlvorco of a Eubsoquont husband sho has retaten his nntri3. Tho flrat marriage was fifty two yenrs rjgo 'in Nowburg. Weed dled aB did tihnee "following .husbands, two by Buloldo. Fiour of tho men she divorced. Fol- -. lowing tho death of No. G she- lived in heV magnificent hauiso In Ncmburg for seven yeans, and .Utoon married in "William Baker an olectrlctaai, Bvansville. They scjparattd In a few ?weeks slie'sayilng that ho married her for her money. 'r She told tho court at- - (Jhoit tfimo that property she had gained enough through estates and Insurances of to make her formed- husbands 'Within three months after ,, wealthy. sho divorced Baker Mrs. Weed marbled Simon, Shlpport a farmer. She turned him out of tho house bind got a divorce last year. Btrodes, husband No. 0, la a well to do 'farmer, who was recenltly lof.t a widqwor. "I have no rule for gotting hustobands," said Mrs. Wded-StrodChos. Jliilkr, of day when tho Rv. the First German Methodist Epfaco-p- al Church concluded tho ceremony. "I always eat good looking men arid have loved every ono of ilhcan. ' TThoaworago nun, of men are worthless maoriying to better their finaEbes and caring little for lave- - As soon ns I have found these men, I havo disowned them." fc , es r Dr. Miles' Nervine bought a bottle and began to get better from the start, and for the past six months I have had scarcely any pain and am able to walk as well as ever." J.H. Sanders, P. O. box 5, Rockaway, N. J. Few medicines arc of any benefit for rheumatism, but Mr. Sanders tells plainly what Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine did for it. One ounce of salicylate of soda added to one bottle of Nervine makes an excellent remedy for rheumatism, which is now known to be a nervous disease and therefore subject to the influence of a medicine that acts through the nerves, as docs Dr., Miles' Nervine Sufferers from rheumatism seldom fail to find relief in the use of Dr. Miles' Nervine, with salicylate of soda. Sold under a guarantee that assures the return of the'prlco of the first bottle If It falls to benefit At all Druggists. MILES MEOICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. - ia m - 1 as mercury surely destroy tho feonse of smell and completely derange the Beware of Ointments tor Catarrh That Contains Mercury. and may they bo as prosperous thoro as they havo here. Messrs Sammie Hoover and Anthony Dantel of Rtckq'B, have returned homo after a few days bifiay with Wends here. Mrs. Martha Berry died ait her home near Palo Feb. 20 after a Mngering Illness. Prof. Hoagland ribs moved home from Cen&ertoiwn where he has been fori the last six months tdaohlng isdhool. Messrs Ira Funk'and Forest Salmon wiere pleasant callers Sunday arenlng at Mr. J. E. Parjis. Mr. J. H. Park and sons, Clajitcm and Shelby, have gone down th.3 river. Success to The Republican. whole system when through tho mucous surfaces. articles should novr bo usd excopt kon. prescriiptlons from reputable as the damage they will do '" teten fold to thq good you can, possl-- 1 bly derivo from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J, Che ney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mexcuxy, and Is taken infernally, aot- -, lag directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of .the system, in buying Hall's Catarrh Cure bo sure you got the genuine. It is taken internally and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Sold by dimigglsits. Price, 75c Per bottle. ( Take Hall's Family Pills for con- m 'utlpaition. Work Erought Exhaustion. Adel, Ga. "For three years" writes It entering Mrs. C. J. Rentz, "I suffered with Such Negroes are Sentenced. Ky., March 4. The Hopkins Circuit Count came to a close aftter being' In session) for here to-da month. The Commbgrwenltth docket resulted in, seven being Bent t the penitentiary. Salt Rautord a negro, was givenitMcnity years tor criminal assault and Charlie Davis, also ccllor-e- d was given ten years for a lilfla offense. Five other Indeterminate sentences wore imposed. There wore a number of mistrials in civil cases and the largest judgment awarded by a jury iwas $170, out of twenty trJoJ out. Madieoniville, ay $ Saved Her Own Life. Tecumseh, Okla "I .believe," says Mrs. Eliza Epporaon, erf this .place, "that if It hadn't been for Cardul, I Before would have been dead I began using Cardul, I suffered from pains In the head, shoulder, back elde, limbs and the lower part of my body. Cardul helped mo more than anything, and I am now in bettor? health, since taking it, tihJan for four years." Nobody can deny that the best tonic a woman to take is a Ploaae tonic for women Cardul. to-da- y. try dt. c-1- 5, 1 CLEAR RUN. ' March 1 The party Bit Mrs. Magnolia Smith's Saturday nJW. was quite a Bucoasa pad enjoyed by all iweeeat. Mrs. Mcdllo Neworjm Is 111 at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Park and ohUdwM. spent Sataday and Sunday with Mr. Himora and family of Urajea Groiva. 4 r at ttiU ttlm&i p)Ma. He ia pficstoUug for another taagtag sohooJ atee to prepare for the tanging oogworaUon to AjM. ' vfe a&4 Mr. Leonard Hoover rwJU Ax,fe9ii Sfejwat a&difw Mr. .vteMteg Prat Fan-art- , Salmon, of Ui'jtea. ad rertatAvue ad future. We' iwfc ttww saavm, asd tkatm a IhjrnT.. V" && tm wwy female troubles. When 1 would He I doiwn, I could hardly breathe. could not do any work Without being exhausted. I took Cardul according to directions, and now I can do all my work, and do not suffer at all." Cardul has brought health and happiness to thousands of weak women. A Dreadful Sight. ' It acts oni the cause of Women's backaches, headaches, nervousness, drag- to H. J. Barnum of Freevllle. N. Y. that had pligud ging sensations, weakness and mis- was the fevcT-sor- e ery, it relieves. It cures. Try his life for years In spite, of many C-remedies he tried. At hut ho usl It Bucklen's Arnica Salve and wrote: "It has entirely healed with gsaredy Many Wont Grow Crops. a 6car left." Heals Buras, Boils, EcCarlisle, Ky., March 7. Tho prices of tobacco and high wages that havo to zema, Cuts, Bruises, Swellings, Corns be paid hands are causing many to and Piles dike magic. Only 23c at all ni bacco growers, of this counity to an- druggists. m nounce that they will not grow a crop SALEM. this year. Many of thcBo are growMarch 1. Rev. Coney filled his regi ers who havo raised largo crops. It is predlotiad that the aontnge In thjs lar appointment at Green River and Mr. R. A. Camps and family movd counity will be out and (probably nearly one-hal- f. Growers who will ed to the farm of L. H. Brown. Mrs J. A. Stogner is on. tho ulck raise a crop, are prepaning and fon plnnits aJlpvor tho couinitiy. list this week. Mr. and .Mrs- - J. H. Jamison and two children Vcnna amd Virda, wore FOR FLETCHER'S the guest of their son Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jamison, Olaton, Saturday night and Sunday. Suggestions and Don't for March. Mr. Elton WHsoni was tho guest nf Inextreraely cold webitlu.r and un- his brother Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wilson less you haivo fixed up nnpeciaHy Sunday. Mr. Rutus Boyd ylsilled Ills' daughgood quarters tho pigs should he (taken ataray from tho 'sow as fasit as they ter Mrs. Estill Raley Sunday. are horn and put to a wainm Ixiskot Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Baaham vlsftcd farrowing. If Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wlltem SunUay. until sho is throuih .Mr. Ira Camp was tho gucfat of pigs are worih having they are worth Mr. Enln'o Lane, Phllpot, last week. oaring for. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gamp and fnin-tly- r Don't forget to clean your horso wero tho gueat of htir sister Mrs. s.taUs and bed them. The horse will a EatUl Raloy Sundiayy. keep rensonoibly clean if given chance. Now that tho heavy Epring If you havo trouble In gotitdng rid work is at hand or ntnrly so, tho of your cold you may know that you horso needs extra cane to put Jilm ' aro not treating It property. There' In shlaope for it. is no reason why a cold should hang iwlll bo deiWhat tho next harvest .weeks and it iwlll not if you pends lartgely on study, though and on for Cough Rmedy. planning at this time. W1U you have take ChambeTlata'B m For sale by all druggist. r&emtiy of hay? If not, don't let It ooeun again. Keep Boys on the Farm. or bow Arrango to plant cow "Haw shall we keep tho iboys am the beans- thia year. They will Improve your boU and produce a great dotal farans? "By wihfttnuaas may; .the dnltt ot peoido from the rural regions and of Infex If properly cured. you h&ve not seloetod from your their concentration la 'tho uHtlaa lw If own growing, begin to look about diminished?, The aufomoblie tie Wkely to give a rwftonse' to tihao quartos for 8edcorn. It wblah. iwlU be of advaurto to bioth See iuaw your ice to keeping. In the pstei ftv ytcaraUbe way be mettdng away from tbeddges looaMtiw. automobUe baa dona more lor .tthe and need attention. ot the roud of tho country than eM. the oWiur um(jk tUil tn Not a Worcof Scandal havo boon MiTriW b call ofa &elghbor-oMrs. all the yeara In which the W. P, of ManvJlie, Wye., who at- - work. It hm Iwjlpwt to (with said I'eha told mo Dr. King's New 8arrara tado okwe ooaitiecitlon LW great trade oeatore. PhylrfHa8, pUla had owed of obaU-Bat- e t trouble, aad made- her oonUaVi, Peal estate ageate and Mdsv )Um RMMWiwoaM." .my, but othara wbaaaiVM amd to UrVu tar, stormwh Mvr and frequetttly ha (wed Aftkcwt dhi mpi8 CWy 3c at all drug orty dw.(4u wcirk qutekur jddWMT fr&Msi- ffi 't thaa Uw lumm, bat ako dOJ, bt' iiiaii- M. Or ,& one-thirsw-ln&leds ami around tho dtkB ha8 (ho IS BEING TRIED automobile omphac .ptalea to its superiority to tho hon-n- . tho Birsoly Bottle wgicn not d by tfnetd. care, llio admnCngcfl Monroe Circuit Court Hears Case s. of Jho automobile nro csptcJnJly of Mrs. Rena Vaughan,Charged It carrJcs Boveral timca tho lgad wh'ch can be droiwn by hov s, With Violating Option Law. and it tmaveJa at sdveral tiim.t3 tho fi.cd. It can be of Immor.s.3 aid to th fartnuu. As there nro more than Tpmpklnavlllo Ky., March C Mrs. 6,000,000 farms in the couniTy and Rqna Vaughan, probably tho rnly mere than 7,000,000 horssdrajwn v- woman dteitUer in the State Is bcfcig hisJrs, tho oppontuni'Wes for tfio tried in tCw Motrpt Circuit CVwrt, of the field of the automciblb for a vkriatfjan of the local APtlan hiw aP3 praoMcally UmitUias. In thvj past aiid tho case is atitrosting much fiutcr-e- st fow j cars has emancipated hundreds it dhTgughout lh.!s ealon. of 'thousands of htna na iHirtiun- Less thian a year ago a number of ,btarrs, and thero are mo.ru thtin 21,- murdera wxro oommiitjtcd in this county 000,000 horses in tiie United Biaika. sonio of thtm by hojs who wcro $YThe at tho timo of li3 tra- nia Is most common causo of Insom disorders of tho stomach. people bccaina lndigniiii gedy, and tho Chamberlain's Stomach and Iilvef Tihxo is still n strong, prevailing against whisky in this dis- Tablets correct these disorders and enable ou to sloep. For sale by all trict. druggist. m Qwilng to this state of affairs tho tit fconnoyB for the defendant entered a BEAVER DAM mcitloa to havo a Jury sol'ecticid frccn March 1. Tho protracted medtlng an ndjoiin&ng district to try the case closed Monday night at M. E. church. and cjh3 count 6UsUulnl tho inodon Thore were several conversions and and tho Jury was ordoned from aroath-c- r oifiht additions to church. Itev. Davis district. preached many interesting sermons IBicro Is mucli symjiathy for Mrs. during the meeting and all were en Tho outconwj of the Orial joyed. Wo hope Bro. Davis vlll come Vaushian ibo waittehed with initerest. to Our town more often. minor v iMrs. Roy Tichenor who has been Do you know that of all the away from home for tiie past tiwo ailments colds ore by far the most wpeks returned homo yesterday. Itdangerous? It is not the cold Miss Harrison, of Island Station, self that you need to fear, but the returned to her home yesterday. sctrious diseases that it often leads Miss Annie Boswell, of Loitchfleld to- - 'Most of these are known as germ diseases. Pneumonia and consumptlo left Monday for her homo. are among them. Why not take Mrs. Lawren oo Stevens of near Chamberittinn's Cough Remedy and Render was the guest of Mir. and ouro your cold .while you can? For Mrs. Richard Stevens one day last week. m sale by all druggist. Mr. Luther Collins, of Tayflor Mines, was In town Sunday. Russell County Doctor, 103. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Murray, of Taylor Gradyvllle, Ky., March 7. The litMines, (visited relatives in (town Suntle tclwn of Gradyvllle has a distin- day. guished ivtoitor this week inn the perThe County School Superintendent, son of Dr. William Volls, of RusMr. Henry Leach, visSted our school counity who ia sell Springs, Russell yiostcrday. 103 years of ago having celebrated his Mr. Guy Hazolrigs went to Owons-bor- o blrtihiday on ono hundred and third la&t weelt. the 2nd of January last. Rev. 0. M. 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If you have never had The Republiaan do the work, suppose you get in the habit. We do the satisfactory kind of printing and binding. No Job is l ever delivered in a shoddy, careless manner. V At The Republican office you get real satisfaction, and pay no "more" for the "' ' work here than you do elsewhere. '"v call upon you if you call the office by. ,'phbne or drop us A representative will u caru. , in " : H H H " 8inh, tiy hr - W' a fl wi ft dt i- -i 1E r ... J Jirttoid - Btort4 new C. M. BARNETT J. NEY FOSTER republican. tV tyi - pm tiw at tl T f & ,Bt ln a PrMMent Harrison, 'It to ef t wr ta of Can ISM: re- - tfmt 0t IratwrDMNss, In WhcfS be no t )t jxmA-M- e my vw, of re.Tlwy, ciprocity wttta Canada, euL1 of tfte PxtMaaU K pvty in to t0 BHmm&x Mm pnotwotfev ftMtff, pi'vj e Mt for a WthKc!w. to Is fette stand ufxw- - Th PntHtmL nmylmve ecrne kind of a "eal Ma l,BKxive' wiVA wMch ho hopw te fmi. tk Democrats in a bote, by rwratiiwt; acoa-gra?a, TELEPHONE JORTOAGE Suit Against Rough River Telephone Co. Plaintiffs Seek to Sell Tangible Property and Franchises to C SATISFACTION i.&, W"Z iT.. VimtSf. ",.i ,Cih wt aK natural prodteB, to prodncte of tho tih-- ait 13 kaat ont hawA bnuwah all oommunlcatiojw Tfce Hartford Republican. Address a. te OvuatttxijaA....r ..ftO. MMMa Reu(b .-. FRIDAY MARCH 10. ANNOUNCEMENT. We are authorized to announce Hon -, "W. 3. Dean a candidate for office of Representative tlon to the in the next General Assembly of Kentucky, subject to tho action of the Republican party. re-elt- farm ca us ln exchange fon Hw.-- a lacws what. I would' cz tba thins up by Clw rcc It would bo coasWcrcd a betrayal of Uib agricultural Interest. The fact Is, wo do not want any. intercourse with: tlw Ganadu xotipt iihrrtugh mwlium of a Tariff. Wo arc tending to have the great majority of the farmers with us. thorn by 1AA us encourage every means wo can use and net discourage them by anythat thing. "Wo will break alliance batons six moclt&s If we mata.ain this policy." w-to of that oxtra Bwss'jon.andlf tMt hA (irwe r.U may be well ye, bet w Mrf.i33 to a, feeling of dieep comcem for'ibe we'ifare of the parity and tin aountoy, nnd JsShared by we know (tola fccHn Ivundreda of thouaind of ' Roipublicacs pivsent time. at In th3 wltdch party, In at 72 . va t3 s CO JRJh & s :7 S Satisfy $5,000 Bonds. Resolutions From Rough River Ttr W-- ' V The Harfi.ord HettM Is filll ad reade-ri- s to was not a more string that Sana- - j vlgjDg lts Dmorraitic Bailey had on that resignafion vote fox itho nominees? cf iia par,ty, no tor It must ihave been a two Inch wlro master who they may be, nt'surdl-r' pCS IHlllBiiiliilil:' A.iBHIIlliHllHlllH of qinlficoitlonS, character or princicable. SIIllilllilllllHillllllllllllllllllllll r HHislraMllm'' out ples. In order to Justify Us course The Hartford Herald has come matter, It has painted to Ifco In favor of reciprocity and agalnai'Jac ln this rnper hou never bofcerl Ohio Coucmty farmers and the other fact that this WORKS States. It Eays a party nominee, and paints to the farmers of the United county primary elecflon nnd tibo that the reciprocity agreement Is for last nominated at that tone as an 'HARTFORD. KY. tde best interest of the whole coun- ticket' our wlfllinsawss to eup-po- rt ' evidence of try. any and all coimineU3 cf our parNow .that Sneaker Cannon Is out, ty. The Hjra'.d's ataiVanent in (his Ttenocratlic friends, and his enuntei regard- Is little short cf Blander on among the Republicans, are 5a'"agithe pnjajnt county Mela's, all of sjcuned Dholr norotaataons whom that ne wm go aowu m uihju one of the greatest speakers of the wiihout the slightest taint of corrupHouse of Rpresnta'jjvest and as an tion or unfair jnetheds at nhe LniKnt honest fearless man. What a differ- lox. "Will the Herald plttiso point ence it makes to be out out the gentlemen who comaxessdjthe advise last county Republican tfck'ii and The newspaper which tvM ana now the couwiy otUcrss, oay 1U readers to vote for any old nomi- a ho apor all of .whom' would 4a tes ctpiln-io- n nee of its party, Just so bis name be uniwonthy of our suriPort7 pears 'under the party emblem, is not goDd farm mules for sale, burnt but what organ W place before the youn, There was mover any a tfifo was every 'nominee of that pr.'mary from 3 to 6 years old, 14 1-- 2 to 16 and rising gentratlan. This advice to nwamr, and young men of our country is not nominated ln a fair ihe not hands high, in strong flesh, tha all of them were worthy of our xmly dangerous but disreputable. wCn'oh ttey supont for the offices to sufficient to ship. These mules g ""''After much hesitating and va&sllat-in- ogplned, will be sold as I am the Damocmtlc State ConirciM.ee It is rumored that Hon John P. Has determined to kit the primary has going to close them out by April .stand, but has aet the Urn 2 forward wtll, of Hardinaburg, Is 1o 1j made fees United States Assistant Et'oirict The entrance All mules sold to July fjrst. Ist:Cct of for the .came high, but the aspiring trentle-mp- a to be sound and to work. will have to stop up and fork Konitucky. Jlr. Haawell Is a young man and we can have irg and compator.it ovior the cash, before tbx-our from Ohio county will are glad to know t&at a boy frcsn n "a look in." 9:15 a. place on M. H. & . nti'shbtcinig couni'iry is to to g'Jvon The Democrats are now sayCcs Uiis posiitlan, If thciro Is to lw a m. returning will arrive in Hartwill be ccmpdld to have mcr ohange. However, we krow of no time in which to maituifi tih'.iiir frtans reason why the present encurctont ford same day 2 o'clock.,p. m.t f We for, a revision cf &j tan'ff. Th.s- should be displaces J. We undwKlJind 'deliver mules to destination in Ohio to etrang'e. Anyoae who heard Dismo- he has made a faii'jhful official anfl en iihe has only held ciftJac tine terra. Wo halann.ee, ard t utiMz If.t's an Corgr.-cratic memlb.Ts cf county. Five-roocottage with C acres " to eaaccitol feature in btoo Divine trtump last fall i.mquM have dought fail to see how It Is ImpccftanA of land, in Hartford, Ky., Good out, for human rovllibtXing. o, that lihey wttro naiy thL-n- and Imd place all postcf flees under, oiv'l buildings and a well of never-fallin- g years, to smash the tariff advocaTed, Wihoevar in any mannjer or degireB been for as the President has water, prflcs $1,100. thi!s elemiorit cf ulua mind to pieces. Now theyi claim It will bs and at the same time allow a posi cottage in FOR SALE Five-roamay tion! like the Assistant United Etnt.s doing a destruotiivo work, 'In- jo. delicate operation and that it Hartford, Ky. Price $350. e best on. occounit of the jrati ant's Disirict Altorneystfip to be changed . S'tead of a constructive one, wheth-a- t A. C. YE1SER & CO., Aigts., condition to put It off as long as pos- will or for poMlcal reasons. Some ( er he TeaUaes the fact w not. Hartford, Ky. 32tf " aJble. All of which goes to aho.w sort, of consistency about thtfcio matj nave no pariSl(mai God must that lilie speeches made during the oam- tera out to he adhered to, nit l5ast eventually signify to the reasoning Notice in Bankruptcy. I?aign. were merely for the punpoao of for tiha sake of principle. For cur mind no LawjUior, no Judge, no Who dtotnlot count, of the United In catching votes. part wie would bo glad uo see ihe Justice, no love, no money, no perof Kenaballtfivd, sonal ixiajtioiniship, as bdtweon father States for .the western district sonvioe olia tucky, Owensboro division. Miss Goneva Taylor, who have-beehas been claimed that the Re- for the more we see of Lt tho more It and dhiild. Thus would .bo lost he In ithe matter of Faug.b.t & Rowe, COMING AND GOING visiting relatives in Louisiana, repomty was committed So publican Is a sham through and v..ry basLS of Chnlsilan faiUh and doc- wo know it bankrupts. turned home reciprocity by platform declaration. through. The pantywhih s in Iw trln, AT BEAVER DAM Mr. Emersu Rogers who has beoni ' This Is true, but tho following from To tho Clrcdltors of Faugtit & Rowe, responsible for every er should ho la Arizona for the past month returnIf our forefathers roa(l the Bible of Contentwvn, in the Oouni'jy of Ohio, Sjbe platform on which McKlntay made branch of the govcirmmcnit from 'the n, pro&Mency wan ed homd Saturday. and district aforesaid, ibankTurit. with smoking lamps and blurred his last race for the ofPresidency down to the wnallust Notiiice la hereby glvun that on Jio Something of Interest About Those Mr. Bob Brown, of Central Grove, and n'evertieljss got som i&oiw how tho party and how Mr. ficial. was In town Monday. regarded the nuaatlon at McKinloy what a power of God fit would 2Qth, day of February A. D., 1911, tihe you Know (lathered by Our Mr. Larkdn Williams is on. Uho stek Presidont Taft has called an oxtra be to us now, If In tho light qf the said Faught & Rowo wero dwly that time: tihe first bankrupts, and that list. the "Wo favor the associated session of Congress to oonvene April elects i!c arc wo should find It Special Correspondent. Rev. Mell went to Centertown Tfrurs yofficy of iruclpnco'jty, so direc- 4th,, just one monnth from the expira- storehouse of Divine grace andtrutih, meeting of onedtors will bo Iwld a,t & "Woodiy to bMjun a protracted meeting. d as to open our markets ok tion, of the. old Congrehs. The Cana peirfeotly and sunpasslng tho law office of Heavrln dward, to Hantford, Kentucky, on ifto The Baptist Ladies Aid Soclciiy ea,vo favorable terms for what wa BkjaTCr Dam, March 7. M's3 Anra dian reciprocity .treaty having failed to our highest ideals. 17th day of March, A. D., 1911, z. 1,. EJMza Keoiwn and Miss Orrjha Mr. and Mrs. Will Coopur a surprise pass or to come .to a vote in iho Sen- do not ourselves produce int B1Wo n atudying supper 'last Taursday nlghit. Tlkcso .. return for five fonelgn mar- ate. the President has caUad an ex- - ndnKmuu. Jlat H was Writtca nQ,er' p. m., at which time the aid cn.idl went to LouisiJlte laslt 'Thursday. .. tors may attend prove thtinclatoanp ,. kata." tra stusioa for the express purposoof to , Mrs. FeCix, nf Hantford, fa the pruj'ent wero Mr. and Mrs. Will Cbcp- f a Of course tho Canadian reclimo- - passing this treaty. Wo hope by the,, . ur,., ' rt as jwint and. trustee, examilne th tonk gueiat of Mr. and Mis. ClauduMooiman er, Rw. A. B. GandDeT. Rev, G. H. lhf, transact such aiherlbusnitrSJ rupts Lawrence, Mrs. G. H. Lawrence, Mrs. r city treaty is not in keeping tt.lth thi3 time tho seidsion mwts tUsat Mn tha' wcctol (s nilatod to the Divine as may properly come hefore said this wievk. word, farmers all aver the United Stalius wll declaration in any sensw of the Mr. and Mrs. Will Cooper moved to J. A. Tlohemtir. Mra. J. X. Juraifimn. Pne5ram. Orliy from this KtHmidp&lnt for we do produce .everything which mako ithemsolveis heard in euch a can,(Uw Bjble bo rightly Mlywiedar Jud meeting. Hartford Moniday whtme thvy wild re- Mra. Lucia Oldham, Mrs. Mwitlo Uur- this way as to fonevor prevent the passage t J. A. DEAN, gjasa, Mrs. V, M. Stesair.t, Mrs. Gorgo is placed on ftho tree list under side. Referee la Bankruptcy. compact. ot tuw3 croe inaaa agrmuniu aou Mr. and Mrs. Luther Ccffifcs of' Nowiton, Mns. Adam N&v. Mrs. Luot-t- a To no human geneialsliL'n can the Owoosboix), Ky March Gtti, 1911. hvin we say fnee trade, vk mean n BlankrjnahJp, Mrs. James Phelpa Taylor .Mintis, wejreflie gu4is of Mr. In his great" Brooklyn speuuh, Juit is hooiaoj of )he coming viotcry fcr Uuth Mra. A. D. Taylor, Mrs. J. D. Wl'Xf&ma trade. The fanner and Mrs. B. C. AuUlurSunday. Notice. before his. assasalnation, Piroslden.t JIc-- k the only one wiho has faiae tradethirust and lighi yousaeias bo ulscrilbcid. Wild ! Mrs. Lida Miller, whov hats been Mi. ArtiuT Mler, Jlrs. IV. KinW said: Tho undersigned assignee of The vieJtng tocr daUdhiter'Mrs. Ha'.tie Gor- Aiyn, Mrs'. (J, F.Osejb'lerMrs. Lea-upon him ty 4his conrpaot. A majori- will be the confiict of t(he aniy "We should take Srom our and wonldwide will be llhabat-UefCii- Bank of Centertown .will be in ty of 6he ReipuljUcan memherB of tho Chlnn, Mrfc. 8. P. TajoV, jMrs. man at Tulsa:, Okla., r&fc&Qtfl toner rusbomoTB ,buc1i of their Ohio county, Ky., at the lioma iflskst week- and the dlstrefB cf nations; JcJhd King, Mra. Ganeooe Dunn, Mr. laie House voted against if, wd we ' ' as we uan use wilthout bejojiej a, majority of the RepulKcan and ni3 human AlexarKkr, Cui&wr, or office of the, Bank of Cemtertoiwn on lMns. Ri M. Tichemrr. Bro. A. B. Gardner fillfcsd hf rcsu-- " ano. ur- Imduifl'inKa liairmvto 4 mumtwra of Uio Senate would also Napofeon will bo found to bring or Saturday March 18, 1911 at which lar appototmeat- here Sunday. Mr.'DV Tayior'and lkt5 aCtt'ce A . laoor.", have vat Ml assimeit Lt, bad it 'gonia to der. cut of 4ih3 dreaiMul confusion. But time and place eald assignee wtll large crowd was prsint'Br.il pur Sun- last week in Prtictaatitcm, Ky", Vt'alt-In- g. Ln tho The meaning of this decta-alowill he km)?wn ttmt ak. to receive clairosBeainfiit said es- day sRhool te nd lt a note in thiattbody. Tbe now House Mjpjj &nd.Ttfer. still progrdssjng nicely. tx Is plain nouh. That wWaI; ptussti is"ifeiuocratle by C5 majority, and thait grand victory of justice rthU. ttrtwtb tate and ny creditor falUng to preMr, and MrHuwtnfycd to TayMr. 'R..W; Rb9flVHi V now tar roolDroolfty. not oven Is we)Ui sent at the time named, hie claim theiinate will only have about 8 and 6he punkhmenit of lmiquHy lor Minfcui Fpjday wiiero they will Tetoira., sprwt lar wak wrfih'h fata- J a fair erohaiige. It is elmplyisacnlflc- - Republican' niajorlty. As 'the Dmo-- Lts juit ebjaeate, was bnouglic about verified in the manner as are claims nwtae.., , -- k. Mr. Rp.sfe.Cter. feir nou . our agricultural by tixy mighty power of the Ktog of agajnst the' atote of decedntj,ex-- ' ins grattc mffnbeVs pr.CoDgrosB ane almost Quite a. number the ba Mian Xu'.Ci Meowt f Loswprt, Ky, iag. The unrfalrntssa of the arrange- - a unit In favor of tfhis free trAlomeat Wrssrand Lord of lordB. wn uti.xeLat ji vif"m faal gaiae iHartford Saturday is v61tfng ,of .By..,A. B. ifo it'.M iftoufcot that Lt btaeds a Like E?au,the niatstaa ii Cfe'iWwi-de- a person otnr uian k lo emmmn T uCfltut and we af3 ojwtaliiJy proud of Gardr. " wbeot is placed on Hie free 'tat, the batter chance to pass tho ivcaemt Sen' saau be ueemau to wave rABw m have sold their bCrAbtVgbt. of Btivr Dam ;Boy8.' Asty on ilour Is notained, find wlrlle ate thar? tdie iist one. Tihe DcanoarBttH aBiIgi)d Twarwlll.lwvmvwstoy VMi and. Sirs. Aibrt .Lacha have' special and peculiar advuaeit. By' rlkht, to ayvpft!.of tya ' flree ft' atle and bogs are placed on the l iio .Iilo Riuuioll'e 'u'aiutfi. Bar.: i07. woveni, into our mJitatj'.We are gtad for Oemde aMHcvteHW. ragard itfhfe as mentdy an eaterlivg tho matooa, wo mean not only'Ue 11M. the duties on pork and smuts are w&digo ThW FdblWy 20, 19H. Mr. Ltif CWn hm rt& h' lni'eroBt to fonce free trade, or R tariff to have Mr. aadMrs. Lek.h wQrb us portion of It, $ retained. Ust the Democratic House for ivvw)w ony upon M jwporta-- . niflkwkv at ivrwVll.v but ateo Uwnt lhi 33t4 . ' Uwry bum t k'a "Bftrtntjrs. ALVIN ROWR Tmmifjtnobut we repret to lnw'wioti a pood ,oJtl-M- in pans Uiis metaaure rf'' Representative Horn. Vim beHevu Uwt If 4fce term Asslgse of The Bank of Cntyrtown. Mb. 'pMte 4uhJ 'LbHW- - 'Cbrtan,.'. uoa. cr cbii W(ho airo Cfcitoti:a ai Wr. m4 Mis. Cbopr. r It it, wUl. Wien It does 4t wiN be rs aw atnlnpe of any tecVK prfctoc- - only ta a poiitWd.'Wk the Mr. and Mr8.JotHskif ot Ucton Md Mte Darao ollt who lwkre )' oqwiillo' ulVty (n Che mat'..'r Uth t4on.Afim ifcllr mkM net)orr.nd ptalhp MU Cnpqyr, Horses for Salf . BHtghfeetfeoodliiavfi sioved In i the,ra- - Wo ax',B the rrfct TaSt. Tllve Demooiite par- cempi:Jor, tfey wiM nutireMy ' ' iat llmi Will soil at a 'bargain, oe gpd Luh. prapMity mMr W,r. ? lyj1 ta8t w uaodicttaB tho btamovos their vof.es for frco 'Hty wfwM otiH4Ct tp caC trade on oil ar-- of the great, nominal goepejlHhivoh work tiofVM and, on gocd huh. Bcf'h Mr. rb4 Mra. UJ Lc4i aoa M!w Uiid T ttie RepuMieaa adiririetrsltAcn Uei wMttuAy ae ccmiKf(d to of wta&t and tares. . (Rev. SlU-M.- ) bt good eoBdWoB, awd w!l work GMtfM4e ,Oar4tr wKCfc ,to Cncmwill Oa VuncktwU Urn aarw'ef good .' .uKQjio tbe odium which hi wire to purchww, agfl Hot a wtok tup- - sue is upura&aea for ha . aTwUr. If yov nmA a hH Hur her hi tkte meaure axul the wrath pofrmoR , otthte. We eantot Mp but t. fiitiVrr Mr. M. C. . AihUb,.. ve ta Vm fcm a bangraln .tor you. , Tot torn, pride, s?rfrlA:al pweit)AMR4- toM mtmiU .Ntore'wSr et ifc Arawipan tnwiwm. tbtek that iHMtjRepubHcMHi imty las ihim ed nakodacw, and ceu cAM Intowniwtlcwv hA1 o,t awf w kwM.twtl.ixu ikm - feimake quiekly her vvU my! 1 1i nfcWrt i ,, BARWBTT ANDOrR,-- ' '(4WI Iww FrUky. V( ftyffft IVOTTf AZtmA 4 '. ,, miy m Rte toohxte! Mr. Xmm mmm. HniaMl, Ky; 3M lAg VJJto, o Winer et wenm- - (W. - . - - mt 4 '' Xarrews, Ky. -no it -- a f'hai-.the- y Oweoisboro. Ivj-- ., March 7. A wiltJ as bs3n filed ln the United Stuiia court by Rusadl, Brawster and Company doing business at ChCcags, against tho Rough Rixr comnaJiy at Hartford, and Jchn A. Darnisti: 'viho dcrnrtAaiJ In Armstrong. tfho pJalntlff prais for Jan. 24 1011 and whp wsattn dux Judgment for $5,000 and tor a ea'.o old nioihtr of our bnc0lKrt Sam T. of the entire holdtass of ho cempary, tcsChn-ith nH Ua Rarneti:, Thtsneforo bo It rdoalv d by memburs of Rouasli Rtlver Ltidgo franchises, lines, etc the "xSua pttfXom faijCB tttt on OctoNo. 110 K. of P. that we' exitiEnd to our dewpest. sympathy' and broth ber 31, 1901 the Rough l3vr fTihtm erly tow, also tcndorlyirisullnddnghlm phonu company exfcuted 10 mem gag' that to lay apldo this mortal casket bands of ?B0O each, to John A. Armis not duaiih but a swieet 'tranatton strong as trugtcx;. Tlie bonJs v:eno t nnd "tonnqllCCe and bear Internet at 6 per conlt payable ln:p a ikiw dare Clve yeli:a afcommend hton to tlhat Onia wJio in the end wii'l gwni'Mly wipe away tihe trar ter da'c At the time of the execu-tie- n of the bonds, n miontsag.3 ,was of scorni and soothe tjheatihlng heart. atio given on the following proper lUuo'jval that a ocgr of(h.HJ bo filed 'wd'ih tjhb K30per ty: T!ie icacohango and switchboard an of Reoordii and Seafla and a copy properly rights on 28 miles of ttalt line, from Hantford to Owannboro, deffiwred to Bro. Bannicit.t including Osnitertownn, Ccralvo, Po4nt JAOIES H. VIIiLlA3IS. Pleasant, Island and LivsraoPe, a'so J. R. PIRTLE, WiJi'am from Haritotfd to Render. J. W. BRUNER, Oomnrtttee. Mines, .McHonry and Rocknone; also and Roslr. Hantford to Horton, Horse Branch; also Its linias from Hartford to Beaver Dam, Pjien)tiss, FEN PRODUCTS OF PASTOR Gnomwell, Select and Badzetown. RUSSELL OF BROOKLYN The petition says that Armstrong has. no tatonest In this conitravcirGy,; NEW TABERNACLE, atiheir than as the naked holder ci; ' the legal tiitle'e far tho bexlefit of tihe YORK CITY. bcmidfaoldcins, and he has dealincd lo bring suit on same, although rajues-e-d to do so as the bonds and Inter7Fw stroteturo of ihio hraln ivlaicJ est are past due and unpaid. The prayer of tha position is that Veneration at the vary top, and thus, by imipllcatilon, confirms ithp 'statement the Rough. River Tel ojthegys Company of tCJe Oaitih!eci(lm Jihat "Man's chief and John A. Armstrong .appear in cwl Is to gtoriify God and lUo enjoy lilm count and by thair anawers set fourth forever." Without this Fulcrum, mis- a true and particular account cf ail sIonari.es and philanthropies might thio property owned by tt oampany at the tlmia of the wksM lose all heart" and hope in uplift of tie bands and mortgages alr.d also txi the moral and soaial of the maass's and the classes. Who- a'il the property acqulrrl since that ever, tfoarufor, is lattilllgenitly, a friend time, and make for a eaile of same to hCs raoo must do overytihing In his tt pay thie $5100 with inteswt. power to madnitaln ithiis. oontfr. of mlen-ta- 1 - For-Sal- Lodge No. 110 K..of F. Whereas: Time ln Us oyer s'nly and ceaseless tread has brought uj onoo 'moro to the poin,ti ..'wheru we must part, wfth a kind and fcn "nc comparLon, In. the ptcaonfjiJIrs. El-t- o Iflie: S AMi&Bni - J THOMASliONUMENTAL eiaml-aiaua'.fya- U FIFTY MULES Fifty but at a bargain, 1st at are guaranteed Parties arrive at train at e. a m s.r-i'lc- m VIC. ROBERTSON, Harditistmr'g, Ky. en-ti- ne n n to-da- y. vls-sio- - ed vfto -- Si.-vt.n- a w 1 ' Wt! nu-tlo- He !d n, iat-duc- tja VCOas-Ptfjen- - - mtnt "' nj ait-nde- d Vk, m th,atty e. or Mr.-SN- Wt PWt Uia.1 satd 1 mIi y yk fffi&& yg .,yw fuir. stt - , 9 .l. a m "S "3f , jfVWmUl Wi""1'- - "znzij&m fsmsnutmfitk0iii" StilLHold Good! hete We are receiving Cort w Hi "" ' ween WliVOVn Ofc w "' Mrr Henbert C. Wand, of GenAortown JMr R. D. Walk tr lift last Saturday LouJiteu, where he hn3 aoapt- waa a b1ltr ytasictfday j a P'-wtrav-dnu- ; r.aleucnan Wo Emily Fair RSfey, dawsM ror,"Mn WaaburnHCresbv Ffcuir Co. Airy nf Tit. t.r.1 R. R. RSWy, Bar. ha Mnulow aul Mir. Lou quite sick. County liH--- J..M W"&SfiGQ&WQQQWQQQQQ) In llQuie N-M- Nwf Mi a-- fr-- ias v&ute-J- Iwr parents, Mr. B. Duko, iflhls week. Mr. Em!3 Morton, Che , Gladys Duk, saf Ijlvormc and Mis. druggist oi T' ilea wn. nri?.id In. irnrirtoan tttf patl-i- W&r tay Brur.. -, sir JSencb CattorcD Clothca J 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- terested, come and see the Best Stock of Glothing in Ohio county. We are sure our prices and styles will induce you to make a purchase. This means a .. :. . .14.98 $20.00 Suit now $15.00 Suit now $12.50 Suit now .$9.98 $8.48 Overcoats at same reductions. Don't forget that it .pays to trado with a house that saves you money. v, ItkT&Gb, Mr, C A. Payne, of OwaneibcTp, is in tine city, on business. Oanbon typewriter rWW tor talo at 34tf. The RcipuhKcan office. 4 Republican. m.Hartford FRIDAY MARCH 1. 3, "W. Sandofur, naute Borry Lonoy, af MoHenry wrae ploaennt callers, Monday. M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table Mr. N. M. Taj lor, of Gneen River, at Hartford, Ky. Ky., was among those whK 'rendwed Time table effective Sunday Dec. thtir' subscriptions, Tuesday. 4tlf, contains the following schedules: Wo have .for sale strictly pure 'New No. 112 North Bound duo 7:29 .a. m. Orleans Molasses, right from the plandaily except Sunday. No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p, m. tation .r HARTFORD GROCERY CO. daily except Sunday. ' 8:55 o.,m. do No, 115 South Bound due Nickels Dimes and Quarters dally except Sunday. double duty spont at our 5, 10 and No, 113 South Bound due 1:46 p m. 25 cent counter. v dally except Sunday. 28tf HARTFORD GROCERY CO. H. E. MISCHKE Agt Mr. Nick Sohapmtre wWl leave next Tuesday tor Bloomtagrttn, III., after spending sovoral days here with his Mr. W. R. Bean, of Duridoe, was a parwatB paid cflh.ar inCattves. Monday. pleasant caller, Mr. Byron Btan, route 2, who has Mr. A. R. Plummer, of Centterlawn elnce been tuktag The Republican Wednns-daiwaa a callar at this olltaa, Its orgarfaation twuoty threo ytues , ago, was a welcome visitor Monday. Best Northern 'White Seod Dots SALESMEN WANTED to look afCO cents per bushel' f ter our Interest, In Ohio .and adjaHartford AIlll Co. 32tf cent, counties. Salary or Oomnxlaslon. Wo are prepared to sbow you lotBi Address The Harvey Oil Co., CleVe of new mrchandise for eprtcg. land," Ohio. ,i No.182dnei.0Sam. No.l3Mu0lt.28p.m. Ho. 103 dne 3:48 p. in. IlllnolsCentralRallroad Time Smdh, of Select, were p&aasant tailTable. ors Tuesday. At Beaver Dam Kv. Mr- - David Miller, of Central pity, is Ha a Ih Bonnd. at tho baiEdd'e of his father," Dr. J. Iforlb BshuU. 1:85 a.m. No. 121 duel No. 101 dne 2.48 p. m. No. Ml doe 8 W p. m Mr. C C Dennis find Mr. EiMIs T. Miller who is sadously Mr. 4W. John and Mx. L. y. a!i!c.ajed. CtatMXxnn. paid The Republican h 'ss Margaret Fnttit, of Nashville, pfarcar.it can, Wednesday, U T$m,.,,.. the guto'. of Mrs. Jchn .1. Mrs. J Rosenblatt Is In the Eos. .. .. . rSti. r n. . " mnfclntr Knntnir ntrlil1lli S.S" ' mrV1 r J cid'Cor and adtaswid the of. ,- - .... n U. Ut7 llA.tdl.l44lUlvb tltVkV I'll UliVIV fjcors a. d uachura if .Irm Brtutiet The Cheapest Place, of Earth to buy oiumuy 00.1004 in uiu uaraaa ra;m all kinds of Seeds. acJftih Baftfia Chun h Teanday iin- The OHIO COUNT Y SUPPLY CO. 29tf Hartford, Ky. . Xior rac.a uav ugugui ill .iu . 113 Mr. Amos Carson travG'ng salc3; tiw founidaition for th naw Kon'uiusi-o- f mam for the Kentucky Cfeifctrg Co, M srs. Ijlkciii3 and Ao'en on Clay is spending n Iw uaas wG.n lava) sta3c adjcCrfins tlw produce hous folks. ofAV. E. E'A"s. Tho work is bif.ns Mr. T. S. Mark 3 Wt Ui's wo ft fo. ccnipl d rapidly, and tho building Beaumont, Mqicalf county, Ky., Who i ,wlll bo er.cttd as quickly n ho ha-accuutal an ajtiisnoifctit in lihie revenue aurvlce. prol Republican has a 3Ir. and Mrs. W. M. Far Tx'uiaicd position to make to Stockmen. Come Monday from tlio Eadcm markyts, and se-- us for your stock printing. sis You know making Epring tow luaa they w- -r we will' treat you right and give you more for your money than tor Fair and Co. you can get elsewhere. We are pre Mr. T. R. Barrard rtfAinrrd ftom pared to turn out nil kinds of printing tho Eajsiterai markeits last lCnurrday Satisfaction buyjog for the neatly and promptly. wheTo ho had been guaranteed. Don't fail to see us befirm ot Barnard and Co. fore contracting for your printing. Mr. W, C. Air.ibiooe, of Bu!a, was 'Ewiry oim or our irjadcrs fhouM a pkasniX caller at The RepubKoa'a read our roee-off-on ancihw pago ofKce Saiiundny. Ha renewed f his of thus Ismie. TCkso rccw pChnts are sub'ScrJp.tfioii anid snild many nice guaranteed to be one yeair stock, things about our pubMcaWm v They are four to six inches in length Miss lreniMiiler, who Is teach- and are guaranteed to bo In p.ffcot ing In Oklahoma, arrived hero Tues- grolAing condCitcn whn tto-reach day night, having bean cuUed home bur radons. We may have to wtth- on account of tha dangMWis lllnc:s dra,w this offer any day. IHii's is tho of her father. Dr. J. T, M"lkc idilpi time to ordeir roses. You can The physicians who are atondi!ng planf them Indocrs until all ,d3n(si.!r Dr. J. T. Miller, who has betn dan- of freezing is over, then sat thum gerously suck for Eevoral days, in the open. Do not let the opcor-tunut- y pans to get these six bcauilful that thtre Is but li'itle change in his condition, and that he is aritically everhloomilntg roses. You, daubtlecs, will never have another chance toce-c.ur)- e ill. them tree of charg?. Read our Mr. S. T. Baratttt has natunned from Uvtrmorie. where he visited adver.ijsimieint and fill out the coupon Rev. O. M. Shultz and family; and now bunfone you forget it. On last Tuesday morning about 8 Mercer, where he vitfted Mr. John Lindley and family and Mr. Onian Wal o'clock this victo'ty was visited by a" thunder storm whieh was accomlace and family. Mr. J. E.MItchel7f Dundee, paid panied by the most ihrcmten'rig conus a call Monday, and ivnienmtid his ditions. Tho sky became .overspiKvid subscription. He said he could not with clouds so dense that iit was imtt get along without The Republican, possible to see nn obJ.jot a and that ho brfk bean on our lust for away. Pefoplo were unubCe to r ad without a light oir.d mamy of our about twelve years. oLtiz-nwere frdsihtontfel, thtinkCng iha. Regular at Mt. H"rmon a gr nt cjclocio wiaa emlnusit. How-ovnext Sunday. Church Mothodlat In a few moments the 6k(y)r rir" Preaching both morning and cen-in- g exc Ci'iicn of a ftiw by the pator. Ail cordially in- ed and with fho strong' guats of wind no damage was vited and good aittttidarce of the done, and in tees Chan a haif an hour membership is desired. the sun was shining bnigfcitly. Kt is Several ofour young nv.n gave a almost Ihe annlnvcrsnry of thegreat ? daaioo at Dr. Bean's skating r(nk Tu- cyolone which pasdod thncugih Ohio esday evening. Those who attended County twenty yirs ago and no doul of wane: Mrs. John J. McBeriry, many of our citizens thought we Louisville; Mias Eknni Smitii, of Madi were to have a repejtilitlon of that sonvllle; Misees Beatrice Hoyoes, Stel- dreadful tone. la Woerntr, Mary SpduldCng, Louise Phlpre, Attn LIkwis and Wlllye Smith. For Sale Cheap. M'cBsra. Eeltdill Park, E. G. Biinas3, A good 3 year old Mare. See Z. W. , GrCfftn, Cflanence BnaD-dHenry 32t4 Griffin, Hartford, Ky. i Lewis Rlicy, Tlce Burna, John Wil41 liams and TrimWe PrsndlcCon. FOR SALE Farm on Rough river. WAYSIDE GLEANINGS 5 miles North of Hartford, Ky. This BY JUNIOR. farm contains 210 acres. Will sell all or divide to suit (purchaser. Has seven-roodwelling in gcod repair: fino barn, good orchard, plenty of WE WELCOME TO OUR LIST Tho water and a fino lot of saiwiog UmMt. Stenllng Gazette and The Russell-vJ'ber. Price $2,400. Dumocrat. Rath are niMjy and A. C. YEISER, & CO. woU OdTitd newspapers. Hartford, Kyi 32tf NEARLY EVERYONE OF US IS The Thomas Monumental WoTkahas on bavinfe a fine time FIGURING just dn?talled a pal!shlng matWne iJid Jiuit ahead Avhen wtt geit nil fixed, and 41 gas engine in thyir ptomii at tlifspuice. us when They are turning and an Inurbnse this vision is just anted of Tp live tn the now wie faSWasleep. number ,of arUei'ic mocaunnts, and andv'enjoy''Uie present Is tho work of thjs now equlpnmiat, wtteh Is itio ' fAcllUaita tihtm in a phiUoaophisx. natat,-wigreatly -n a Ct3mjn.nc.al oSltrrciin. Riv. J. W. the F ut BapfcU Ciunch uf ttoa NVa EARLY SPRING! Are you ready for its advent? We have anticipate ed your wants and are ,. ...,.., " ""iai prepared to help plan New and pretty Ginghams, Lawns and dainty, but servicea ble White Goods of both linens, also Cotton Fab rics, are ready for your spring needs. siK-cia- 3 par-oha- jr inspection and purchase. For men we are showing new Crossett Oxfords, Arrow Collars and Cluett Shirts. Ask about the Cluett with separate laun dered Collars to match the Shirt. VERY NEW! Always look to us for New Merchanand Up-to-Da- te dise AND sUHNk m Nigrum AAAAAA. MJOa6Jptoa6J6Ja4w 5 &en-lce- s er ssssss$sss !ftftftftftftft5Aftft5ftftftftA , New Suits i 0 & 0 New Shoes New Hats New Haberdashery! The gentleman who wants the correct Suit, the right Shoe, the latest and the smartest ideas in Ties, Collars, Cuffs, Shirts, Gloves and every little detail that goes to com- & - ti oft oft oft b oft oft oft oft oft oft eft oft oft eft oft eft oft C m vj , getttng out their wprk quickly. TOey have seveial g&Vamcn in til's and adjoining counties, all of wh&m are meeting (with splendid sucours, Mr. Jacob C. Warden, of Center-- 1 . ,11.. 1 ... 1.1. UlMllV U IU1UU l41Ub .!. 1HWUI, AN, EXOHANGE TELLS of anuwE-piuerrepoflit- er ill. CARSON & cq. K. rail and ,Mr. AU personns owjng me will please maHe settleBent. , 33tf. .E. W. FORD.M. D. Ky. Mr. and Mrs. vWUng.htefpari'B.tls, V. i S. S. iMay, city. Mlsa Awate Allen Elgin Wt Monday for aa ex4ehtfed visit with relith-eu- ' ' "ait HffliktoBVWbniy., AUn Mayf'of-Mdrnfl(- j! ' Mr. and Mrs. Rowan HwlteieoK rotiraea W'iediwfidayaftertiooa froai a short viMt'ln Louiwme. ".., 8eors of rowarkable 4values In our -. J. '..sow ,, if ad.36 awt Department aeu 'hartfqrd orocbry co. . Beat Newther ,Wlte Seed Date 5, 10 of 4he Grayson Couh The ty Flair Asdocteuon have announced thfc.they will hald.thfTifadr ott'lMltoh tfeid this, yiar for few days, August 15j 10,. 1 and 38. Leave 'your Laundry at Cleve Her's grocery. Work guaranteed and prompt Ageut for Madisonvllle delivery. SSteam' Laundry. Madlsonville' Ice 4b' Laundry Company, Incorporated, tf Mfcs Ada Franks,, of Rockpok. .lad., y and w arstve i? ''Ma njty Irlm In he'njlHilijieryspart e,wll pjnt, ait FkIt and CaJnpany'a. Mt Frasks is well known here, and (was We Ittt &Mui ard, inmlo nmny Mb& 'wio wlUl be glad of few return'. ddreGtx:ia to-da- ( lat Saturday. He was bunkti on hs term, a place selected by him. Short Ttuniorai sendees wicro ntfd Sunday by Rev. L. W. TJolienor.af-te- r which the intcrmenit fo"Iowied. Mr Wardon was 76 years oW. and one of the most respected aMztins in that vicdnAty fel&vea !., ill,l,l UUU ,!.... i IVUW illLUSWIJU. I who initcrvIeiwMd thirty aucoflsaful 'business men. and found (that all of them when hoys had been fndquaaUy governed strtotay and JJO i. 1W5U .. 1 ty loafers and of ithem darting," nod been Haarcd by learned that bwonty-faevfe- n had been "mamma's tho other three had their grandmothers. li.' IIIIVJ .UIUI lUl- lUUilJ - 41 aind waa He wits' one skier, Mrs. Je&e failend to 'overy-on- e. rvor rofajnieil but a &hack-I- $m WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY; Able-be4- d uaeaarrled men b4M'es agw Maa- 33(4 of 18'aad 3C; oltlzeaa of Uatd States b teab-H- e, iW have Jaat tnwawi' a a,Wga- efxyaed oaaraeter asd tonic wait a u- wh4, oaa epealc read aseVwrlta of aws K the. stUea 8oefi. ' ferte P tiOB afp)y to language. "Per inform a- Re9witte OMteer, Mala OooAe. d Oiehtoc Wtf. UwaW."' 'CO. ret, leaver Dan, Ky. CARSON' 50 eeatfl prlubl. t i W. K. !?k pi4L SLUS, npk et9aa acw' asd'sielceB arid riepfcfews. He left aiTge amount of propLiity. Court of Appeals' TWaeday the In,. judgBMRMt of the Oho QJrcuHt Court wm revenwd o the, cfle. pf (h.GiTm Rlvef Chtemtcal Company against the Board of Truateea of the town of Rock pofc. The chmtJoa4 ooaijwBy bad tv to traet of Jawl lo erect oured a a wood aAeobol, etc., factcry and if far fhe faitory the ste wb not a fiad ttmbrDf yearn lit maa to ft to tbe pvopW of eh ety who bad doi0(d the iHooey asd the eourt heUhi thtt the flour rftl' is a teatory In the overtag ( requtwrotimto agraVBKik to maicttUa a faatory on qulta A MODERN DUDE WITH NARROV clothes, saddle colored STRIPED Eihoes,'a loud necktie, hair panted over hus nose, and smoking a clgarotte, adii-esegirl thus: "If you his oa me and 1 was you what would ou OoT She hesitatingly eald iwiith a erolle: "I would take off thathide-ou- s tie, pu& that dgarjto in the titjovo part my hair on ope aide, then pray to God for brains." 4R btt plete the wardrobe of a smart dresser, will find it here. We have just the correct thingsthe snappy Good things, the latest ideas. dressers depend on us for all the new kinds and' wrinkles in Haberdashery and we never ' disap'point If your furnishings and them. "fixin's" come from here, you'll look Don't swell on all dress occasions. fail to make us a visit when you find that your wardrobe is not complete. i eft oft oft oft eft eft eft oft oft oft oft oft eft oft oft oft oft oft & dd ud re-ve- . ''" MRv ROY C, BENNETT, a former Hartford, boy, but now attending the School of Journalism at tho University f Mkeoui'l, at Columbia, Mo., paid ug a nice contpUmeat thta week. In a lftter to Junior ho btated that the JeawwilteB Biwlents w.ure making a a(Mdy of country nawtipapqrB B11U a copy of The Repubthaie lican aad shew ah cm cm of tho beet EWWWipLis puA)iUtod la tho Blue Gdw?S4ate. Many thanks, Roy. 4H J CARSON Si CO. INCORPORATED iii5;rt;ip 4R 4H 5 Hartford, Ky. oft oft eft oft eft oft oft oft eft eft oft oft eft eft oft oft oft oft eft eft J TAMER'S INSTITUTE tto termers of 1 , M ' Olreutt Court-I- P; T. Birkhwd, (J reply. Jn a' briof bushem and by ouMImhm, thteshiould fenOLv aJXL Wrbi reach f,orty barfnato,' MM m eOKsoch, Jiowevor, ha elaceriely UmiAefl MJ totMwk Mm of Wtlilam jRHer; K. O. MimtM, Cterk', F. U e- tho ropreentet4ycB of tine State For- - Kentucky fitwt a9p'"(M orn Iso- MIiha w4k h ton vt!aCitlng, her im"- - llx- - Master Oagmiiiiiiiiw; A. t. Crtllfw, d pry Fwrit T. It. BUck, 8hr- firet f&nmer duclng stutes, kmtm of mers and eaid ttshols era' Jim rebwncd hwe lib was c- - Tru . ttn mtflUstoiy. 87 Counties Being a Statio off Ice ho fe4tUt unyi "In our clam wo fai&k the corn commmW fan. by hw mhir BCk. !"' JMJJ-IConenes : that took premium wf jhMtmtgnmtoken of esteem from the fanmsrs was Mr. HdMii: Ook bm eorwtock to ' y in r9tnmTy an,i continue thrw Represented and Over 300 ory County FMr, and- - tmmiboA all his home at Groxivllto Ky. tho moiv hfjghly appreciated. wck,' third Monday in Atrll, two weeks tys!,noetord. In Jun,' three Wh tmk', wu3 contrldercd one 'of the three ears fll bolw fl?i ttork. vlsi'jted tfeo home c Mr. secemi ,n Visitors' in Attendance. a of the meeting was This shows tiiat wo abauM .6cct bet- and Sirs. Laey Dabncy on i&e 23 aci! lMtA best ?.ctcr, ,. County Court, It. 11. leut iiarom a fiwo guxfl. that CiT Prof. F. O. Clark, of Berea tor seed corn." At- . Stniti w & Tktttle acrk During tflio talk jtke bey us-ia SII Ftora AshftT a'.lttffldod ithe r&r- - torney, Hartferd. Court convene Collicse. Prof. Clark was cm. fniursday first s. Ky., ty at Honlon Saturday nl&ht. mishit's programme, but failed to ar- chnrt and tho corn Judsed'as fob. 27. Monday hi" each month. Mi. atnMng, on As a result of, the ntoreet ;Tbo anniual meeting Df tho B ate rive In time and was gilven a (hearing Slater Bnitti and ODi:knw Slcir'n Quarterly Quarterly,n Court-Beg- lna Kebruary' May' Ftenncir'B Institute convmtKsl at the Friday, taking as his subject "Intisn-sivi- e shown by tho puxill ineonn, Sir. ana vimi gnand parents at V'0 fourth, ondftV their ooun'jhouse Jn this olty, last "Thursday Fanning." Prof. Clark jcontrasto Frank SI. SIcKeo, of SleKetEros., of Habit Daviess County. Court of Clalnna Convenes first Tue- -- -' " "" of &yob,e"r JB"UB Slr. Arlando Hurt and family mornins for a thaxso days session wlrti the producing qualities of Europe and Versailles, and preaidont of itiho Kentucky Stato Corn Asaoeshitlcin, and McHenry vhiltcd Sirs. SI. J. Hurt Sun- - ". Other' County Offlcerr-- C. S. Morfley, tho langost crpwd In atittflirtamoa ever Uils country and said that tho Email Kordnvllie, Ky.. It. F. V. Surveyor, production of American farms is duo who ron BTOoistakc8 cm 'corn at tibe uaiy' xsi. at a State gathering. No. 2: Bernard Kellx .Aefior. Harf - ford. iiv.. n. t D. No. 2: Henry Leach nroniDdlfcioin I - Tm chnn.ril.- - a rwiv o( more to the unprogressiventes of the State Corn Show, made President Thomas J. Blgstaff, "' ' q to farmer lather than the quality of the that If a Boy's Corn Club.wt fom - tko iiSuZT' Schnoader Ahls city, called the institute ot Mr8. ed, he would give onoushjiMiU t Sunday n)ht ardor at the opening session and the land. justices' couitTS. the That the agricultural department corn to plant oma acno forcaoh boy, savorol from thds place attended D. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday 'Rev. H. D. Clarke nnonouraccd members, and o nt sohroadons Sqhoolhouse Sun lavooaMoan. The address of welcome is to be made one of the chief features for a club of twenty-fiv- e by of the State Unlvurslty at LexIngCon that cither fou or Sir. George Roberts a!nd the main speech tvs made y and Sunday roUtht. 3rd Monday in September, Tuesday after "sctt'.nfweufwcdnesday afto iMf. aiibent StaDSon and Sir. Labe President Btgataff. It was rra ex-- 1 was tho promise of Judge Henry S. of the ExjeTlmcnt Stattlan, f Lexy On 3rd Monday in March, Wednesday after It was the ington, would help form the club. Wright .went to Hartford coUerut speech and woitt back to the Barker, the president. 3rd Monday In Junj, Wednesday after This would mean a great improve- buslneas. 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday time when tho agricultural pursuits first time since his election to the poy weno in their Infancy, bringing the sition of college president that Judge ment in the future corn ofjJMantgom-crAir. Giccro Bryant wmt to thoSliues .S,yi&SSiSrwd.r after county. , 3rd Monday In March. Friday after Saturday on business. u, .farmer up tp the presont by dogrees BorfcoT has publicly spoken relative lird Monday In June. Friday after 3rd cad Bho.winng tho rapid progress and to tho college, and the members of the The closinlng saablon of the Fawner' Monday In September, Friday after 3rd Telegraph Poles In Bloom. llondav In Letember. commenda-tlo- n InsUtuto aoinvoned fiaurriay mornadvancement whlah he had made Institute www loud in the Over t.OOn mlloa nf tnlpprnnh nnlna ceniertown, eaturaay j. u. jacKson, In March, Saturday When ot the plan uron iwhdch ho ex- ing President P.'gataff .made the ,u .u.. u.u.ouu. . . uc during the last few years. 3rd Monday .. . ,t af i u ju uuttu- - after ter 3rd jionday In June, Saturday after opening speech and in thejicauTso of da, Africa. The ui the agricultural President Olgstaff finished. Gommls. pects to develop wires are strung 3rd MomJay In September, Saturday a species of fig tree which has rioner Rankin made an impnompt branch. The speaker declared i&iat hi remarks paid this tribute to the after talk which included a strong plea for farming should bo studied Just as farmers "You are rtihe cnuam of tho extraordinary powers of germination, 2nd Monday In Februaiy, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd Pava'dent Blgataff .was houses and Jjroad-e- r any other line of business and that a country." batter farms, better Monday in August, Tuesday after 2nd Aionaay in .novemuer. education along agricultural lines. trained mimd there is needed Just as foilowted cm (the urogram Thy Mr. O. Tliohias Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday Committees were apalntod as follows: much as anjuVhere else. He praised P. Rogers, of Sml'tihlanid, Ky., wlhose A Reliable Remedy after the second Monday in February, Wednesday after 2nd Monday in May, On Credentials J. B. Martin, Gra- the work balng done by the Experi- subject was "mules."" Mr". Rogvrs FOR Wednesday after 3rd Monday in August. Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Novemves county; J. A. Logan, Edmonson ment Station and cited many Insinn-ce- s spoke of the universal use of 'the mulo ber. where material bencfiit had been and of ,thQ ndvisabliUty and pnactfea-bilit- y county; W. H. Strannge, Hart county C, V. Miles. Fordsvllle, Thursday after going in for the cuUlvaiilon 2nd Monday In February, Thursday after of Clarence Sale, Jefferson county; Geo. given the farmers through tho reEly's Cream Balm 2nd Monday in May, Thursday after . Parker, Franklin county; A. H. Dur- search .work of Prof. SI. A. ScoveM of tho mule. 3rd Monday in August. Thursday after is qulckl absorbed. 2nd Monday In November. The next speaker wias' Ptiof. H. L. ham, Niohialas county; D. J. Bur and others at the State University. Civet He, lei al Once. J. L. Patton, Ralph, Friday after 2nd Monday In February, Friday after 2nd Judge Barker provoked conaldorable Price, HontiouKurist fromt the Agri- It cleanses, soothes, dhetit, Montgomery county. " Monday in May, Friday after 3rd Mon-a- y heals and protects Blacks-burOn Organization iHeadley Brown- mtoth with the statement that "he cultural Experiment Station at In August, Friday after 2nd Mon- Tof. Price gave a very Va. ing, Webster county; M. B. Dixon, Al- - had reformed when he loft the law brane resulting from Catarrh and drives "ay POLICE COUUT. enterestlng and in&truo'&ve talk on uwuy a cold in tiieliend quietly. Jtestores iea county; Knox Brown, Spencer for the college." C. M. Crowe, the Senses of Tavte and Smell. Full size Attorney; Sara Judse; Q. B. Llkens.CHy Jttffensan county; Ausitln Hqward "Haw a Slodel Dairy Farm Can the culitlvatilon of tho ariple. Itlley, Marshal; Court SO cts. at Druggists or by mail. Liquid convenes stcond Monday In Sir. Anderson, of iWimfch eater, next Cream Balm for use in atomizers 75 cts. county; W. T. Chilton, Henry county Bo Run For a Profit," was tho gist each month. HV,"011-- ,' on the ElvJIrothers, GG Warren Street, Kew York. rCliy 90lI1i,s Clerk: - s-Williams. Mayor; Judge Fulkersun, Floyd county; J. of a speech of Sir. Hudson, who, to made an excellent addrcEB - KV:?' frab,jrBr,of Council, - Co.R.Treas BarT. the astonishment of his hearers, told subject "Bncedlng." H. Hammond, Breathitt county. nard, J. Bean, W. M. Fair. Pen A nosoluiion was then passed (thankTl?rLor'X- - G E1, E- - P-- Moore. On Resolutions C. H. Tyree, Callo- of bacteria being reduced to )sa ihan ' Ohio 600 to the cubic autemoter in milk, ing President BIga&Jf the' miemiber3 W s'tiS-S- Hecetary'Glenn, chairman; way county; C. M. Barnott, C. M. Barnott. CM rVIey and Dr. B. B. Pendleton. L. C. Nell, Adadr county; when the avierdge is about 150,000. of ijjn.3 damn Club anid tho,citlzieir.is of , county; Buckbee'i "Full ol Life" Northern Grown Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation ol 38 vears of RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Clarence Sale, Jefferson county S. T. In Louisville and other et'.tlos, hj laid, Sit. Sterlings, which clos-jdsuccessful seed growing behind them. It pays to M. E. Church South-Servi- ces Randall, Mercer county; A. H. Dur- even centdfied milk contains aiuout ' piant tne rjesi. monring and evening every rirst and third SunTha State Fair Board waB called Seasonable Specialties ham, Nicholas county; Milton McDow- 40,000. day in each month, gunrinv BEANS . J3 Bushel a. m. Prayer meeting every Wcdnes-- J Earliest Red Valentine . ell, Johnson county. 50 The speaker showed iploiures vt a to m'aei. at noon Saiiuriday for the . . J3.25 Bushel Refugee Extra Early "'" "ev. i? On Legislation W. H. Jones, Bal- model dairy, showing the milkers In purpose of electing a Seforetory of tho Baptist Church-Servi- ces virgii isigm Pastor. New Strlngless Green Pod . i 70 Bushel every Sunday morning and evening. Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax $4 jo Bushel Sunday lard county; C. M. Barnett, Ohio coun their natty white 6ults hoiw tho cows Fair to succeied J. W. Newman, who sua a. m. Prayer meeting every School Davis New White Wax . . ft&Bushel WedCurrie's Rust Proof Wax . ft 50 Bushel ty; W. H. Lyon, Pulaski county Clar- are arrayed in concrete stalls, trie., It was naported, was to be ousted and nesday evening. Rev. J. w. Bruner, psior PEAS $3 Bushel county; Rhodes Ho said tho caw was more Independ- - Hubert Vreeland, of Ltoulsville, seence Sale, Jefferson Extra Early Alaska Christian Church Sen Ices every fourth 50 New Early Gradus . . . . J5 50 Bushel m and 7 p- - ,n' Sunday B. Thomas, Scott county; Joseph How ont aau must lected in his stead.. A strong effort h;r farma. Horsford's Market Garden . 5j.jo Bushel P' m' W B- - Wr,el't Buckbee's Lightning Express 5 00 Bushel pastor. ard, Grant county; A. B. Hall, Pow "ba coaxed" if best resul'is arft to bo was made by the VraJand supporters Lettuce, fUdiih, Tomato and a lull line ol .C.P- - Church-Servi- ces first Sunday In ell county. obtained. He advocated tho daily but the Board refused to take any Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. month at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Send for complete catalogue or submit a list ol Sunday Scool 9;15. On State Fair Bon Wpail, Ohria'Jain cunrlng of tho animate and gave an action in the matter and adjourned your requirements and will quote pneex county; T. D. Hala, Hancock county; ouflline of the proper feeding, saying Indefinitely. Sir. Wetland,. and his Buy direct from the grower SECRET SOCIETIES, Save Monev. ' , Write today. Mention this paper. "B. G. Smith, Clinton county Cllairence Hartford" r.bdgeNo. 675. F." & ATM., that ithe silo is an absolute necessity frienda wiere bitterly disappointed. meets first and third Monday night 'Sale, Jefferson county; C. B. Cairvey for the successful feeding of coiws to The Institute generally was mogarrd- each month. Owen Hunter, W. M.. l2 Gallatin county; G. M. McMillan, Foreman Secretary. day, as this is the only motihod, by ed as the most successful mooting of 13GtlBckbcSt., Rockford Serd Firms. Rockfori.Il P.Keystone Chapter No. 110, county; AV. S. Knight, Russell which green feed ton bo obtained the i's kind ever held in the State, almeets every third Saturday R. A. M.. night in .county. Jhn T' Moora High Priest; iround. Mr. Hudson was dos-l- y though politics played on important yiear w.S. Tlnsley Secretary. part owing to the approaching State afternoon was taken up with The Hartford Chapter No. S4, O. questioned by many of the audimeets second and fourth Monday E. S.. rs twenty-minu- te speeches by Mms. Mar- ence on various paints, principally campaign. Over three hundred evn- HAVE YOUR SUITS ti?',i Mfii8, & A"derson. W. M. Miss Including were in attendance, tin of Louisville, Miss Chinn, of upon the best kind and cost of silos. Secretary. Rough River Lodge No. 110, Knights of seventy-eigh- t delegates from as many of Lexington, and Miss Robertson, Vyyj'as. meets every Tuesday night. In his address upon hogs and hog topics of JntictsesJt to the Cf c-- Jcounties, while local farmers and. busi Ney Fster' K- Frankfort, on or ft: &Tan' cholera, Prof. Good spoke at lemgth ness men took a lively Interest in the women and children on Una farm, and Hartford' Tent No. 33, K. O. T, JI.. upon various experiments that hove m.ett.8,?v7 flrBt , the papers w3re excellent, Luoiien Iwen made at the Lexington Station, proceedings. night R. D. Walker, and third Thursday Commander; L. P. Friday evening thlo Business Slen's Foreman, Record Keeper. Backer. Prof. Mossier, J. B. "Waflker mainly upon feeding mattonds Dyecf pCgs, Club entertained with Sunshine Hive No. 42. L. O. T. M ond others made short talks which to get a smoker at meets every first" and third Friday the best results, and tho care tho National ing In each month. Mrs. Attv. arrr night t .,.. and they nracossary arouaed unusual interest, Hotel in honor of the prevent disase.' Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton. Lady to visitors. A Jorge number of guests Record Keeper. Ladies wre followed by Prof. Ilcltlen, the Carpenters and Joiners" local No. ISSI. of were preisent and ho ocensiem was Senator Claude M. Thomas, corn exrort, of Iowa, who delivered Paris, made brief speech, briefly out- onen of much enjoyment. Ni? a Satwiay n'eht- In. each month ' . one of the finest addresses on tho 'w t t Deu' """ i.L Treas. Hats Cleaned growing and cultivating of corn ever lining various laws that have recently Paducah extended an invitation to oJu0rth339V.d0ayn&htmee.t been enacted for the bonemfit of the the Institute to meet in that city sed9 heard here. Hoi den is ithe man who, Repaired. fanners. He highly commended the next year.-nS- lt. by his motihod, Increased the out-pSterling Gazette. Work Ohio Tribe No. 1S8. Imp. Order Red of corn 10,000,000 bubhels in oiw pen- dog tax law, which melmbunst'S far dVv'nihf-- f Beco,nd and, fourtn mers for sheep killed by dogs, saying Caught in the Rain. non. month. James C. Ben- ' A El 1ate' Chlef Reeords? The farmers watched the demonstrations tliat it was twice beinefiiciail, Inasmuch Douglasville, Tex. "Five years ago, Club $1.00 Hartford Camp, W. O. W. No. 202 Con-W- .' and listened to this address as what is left after "Wiling posts" I was caught in the rain at the C.0Walnace!i, Thonia8 Williams; Clerk. . with dee) interest, and many have have been paid gous to tho county wrong time," writes Edna Rutherford, Preston Morton Post No. i. G. a. R.. school fund. He also praised the of Douglasville, "and from that' time, stated that they, will try this method I?ia reeu'n-- weetlnsn Satufd.. beforo sanitary law, which resulted, in the was taken with dumb chills and Hartford Pressing Glilt, fS?1irMin.Woday ln., each 10nt'1- t. of planting this year. Commander; J. M. Rogers, of a commission an and suffered more than I can Chief JutxNvsi fn the day centered appointnmont Y. M. C. A. IJLDG., made a necessity of Livestock tell. I tried oerythlng that I thought i in the selection 'of members of the A. S. of E. looking toward the eradica- would help, and had four doctors, " State Board to succeed l)r." Nell who HARTFORD, KY. National Officers: but got no Tellef: I took Cardul, the Is filling out the unexpired term of tion of illtkose among livestock. Presldent-- M. F. Sharp. Narrows, Ky. Vice Presldent-- J. M. Woods. There was considerable dlisapolnt-me- woman's tonic. Now, I feel hotter Guthrie Wilson, and tha other membecretary-Treasurcr-D. Kump. Inboth among tho members dianapolis, Ind. of than in many months." Cardul does bers from the FInst District Henry niaie uiricers; Van Zant, of Mctcalf coounry, was the Institute and various political one thing and does it well. That's COUnt'- jwI?'' Henderso" county Vice T personage because of the absienco of tho secret of its 50 years of success. aamed from the Third district. 3. W. McGrew was from Judge Ed C. O'Rear, wiho was dawn Try Cardui. 2 Treaf" I,oberton' McLean county, Sec- the First district by a vote of 12 to 3, for an address. MXUsVSSMMSbCCIMI H 0ardzer?emer' Warren cou"ty. Sate r thnoo counties not boIng represented. On tho program Friday attkHirioon. .More Active Mining in 1910. ER: AllcPt, Henry county, and SPECIAL OFFAtrUlwttl This caused a surprise, as It had been an Innovation was made when Ashbyr A"en county IM X WiUi i state lulm nutwrywt oar pennsaeBt customer. The year 1910 wltaossod a afefttor, WT ccraldonitily rumored that Capt. W. B'wltris, aithlrttecin-jearnal- d V " Board of Directors. Ren Assistant War-fe- n son tif Mr. Watson. PrticCttlltCtHl fi!,H3!ttafi!:i county: C. M. Barnett. Ohio coun. George Blovina, and a member of tha aatilvJity in fluorajw jmlnlng'tiiervcd J. Stone would, be chosen. I 11 tte tMt i fntr. I tpltndid i OtUm,ibiu twIs. I I ir..Ray,i "'V.""county, and J. F. Doss, "; ardn uracKen county; R. K. Friday's sessions of the Ins tit u to Natuno Study Class of Sit. Btenllng to be occasioned partly by Ukj Iraposl-Um- t, I ltMMStvSi KiiTuillMlaaU. I OUABANTKETeru:AK.' in August, 1909, of a tuntff af $3 I rVWrs'fWv; M0tfOM tMt PS0W. I Muhlenbeig county. were even better aittendcd than those ColltigiJate Inatltufie. gave a Ohio County orflcers of tho opening day, and considerably on "Conn Judging." ?; U Si?.ve,ni'', Pres" .Beaver Dam.Ky. His a ton on Iminoritod fluorpaxj During Henry. PJrtle.'Sec. Hartford, Ky. 1909 this itarl.fr did mot vxst imwilt I D, Ford, Treas., more Interest appcand to be inkun tit tailk wus clcainly hoard and much SEND K CENTS Hartford,vKy. 1 mtt rtis w4 rwkis s rw. tku tUM M direct offt, because there rtmattoed . addresses, some of which wyie by tha by the audi once, bolng Jirtlw wilirit mt lit COUNTY. BOARD OFEDUCATION. on hand "largo qu&ntilUeaot&iar that waTMVtsWt a beaWuiawn experts in the country, by great applause. Leach. .Chairnian. Ha'rlford.Ky. Henry ni SvLSstStmtiii. M Among 1MH IL W " " t4ufl JDttT . . whoso odvdce, if followed 11 is taid, Other ittlnm he aaUL "llhore are bad boon Imported from CrxnA Dflitelni s Wo, 67. . ' v of about ten itolmbstto be oonsiderod ,'n before ,tho canlff booause ofeotkVv. The w411 prove to be wemth millions C,' Hkrtford. Reynolds' Ky. , dollars to this state. Several of itODuse Judolnj an cbt of corn (1) The. oar Increased develoumtmrt. dmrlnfe 1910 was (ss- - Wh field mbeduled for speeches wcto uniable to should be cylindrical in ribape, nnd mainly to the Keretuoky-llllpOL. J, U Utowd, Koakport, Ky. be yreaont, but title gave additional sllghtily tapering (2) The tenth of and la tho vtolaky of Doaning N. Mox., .ttme to othora who werto thus able to tho car bhould be ten tnnhw m a v.touw1 vakwIUedcpoalftH of ftaorwar tpebk tnaro fully on the aibjeote which Bteamlaind (3) The olncumfen-e- tie Should have recently been discovered. ' . U were of vital 'Intereiits to the farmers. bafromfl-- 2 to 8inchog. (4) The cob 'VsSITIdtoS' Cheap Clubbing KatM. Rodlowtog ilte Issuance aaid answer should be medium im slzo firm and .tPutmruL at a "hunry up" call to ConimtWonor sound. (6) The row should be We have made aa arrangemeat wlU M. C. Rankin, who was net on hand stmsUfrt. (6) Tha Ups should lijon-tAnithe publishers ol the Inland Parser, jr yrjmcmsrwftfi yr d wfcea the second das session cecovered. (7) Th butts Should of Louisville, whereby we are 0 o'clock, routine burfjiesa be covered up to where the Auck iwlls to furnish The Hartford at Kefwultean JCk . ttupeBded to aHcpv Hubert off. (8) The kemcto SfewW be r .. T J. and that paper one year fer fl.SO. VrweteJid the opportunity of nNkdng la sJze deep am) iwiehiag)l. The Ialadd Farmer is a weekly Jour. brief address. In U he highly (J9) Tlhfe color should be pure, that nal and one of the beet faiwV papers ' j)teol the work of Mr. Itankta, to white cob to white com, red cob to published in the United StaW Our eNowiBe. k. wkh rwat4ioD,etj yieUaweora. readers should take advantage ef ., jMUdeffie ijoiu wmmi as a pm wwn ",Tfc tm ot ttM? KtttMcky faiyaer tJ offer. u MOST SUCCESSFUL able to Mr. Rankin tafcen by suirtee Kauy. a nke compkftoly mthatnoh? was barely j la io produce more m md. bffiw corn, to tb acre. Cm rifemge In KeMucfcy to th mH HfHMrty-nto- o Cordfe Pprbqtn&imai Feb. y Clt9d Mr. chmm Bryonl Hut K.-i- Mr. EfeARM schoolhouse. '! , te f,. !! .. Dirootory xi oMM.ty ''.: a Fir3txinrAi., CM. BlIHTT. 0..K. StHTB nfiS. fflrtf.-to'hol- i J"" iarnett 4 smith, Attorneys at Law, HARTFORD, - KY. ee-urles ') .A May ,.' ?tt ttfns-trntion- ' Will practice their profemlon Iii all tH of Ohio and adjoining oei tl and Court of Appeals. Sp-eirastein' tentlon given to all busine to their care. Collections at. the Prac- - , ties of Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties. Office In Republican bulla, lng. ati'. t- b-s- fZyorS FRANK L.FELIX, HARTFORD, - KY. , , Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession In Oh! and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty. Office In the Her aid building. ' Siun'twiaittlr to-da- onftSr&Ia, m Attorney at Law HARTFORD, YANCYL.MOSLEY. - KY. P Will practice his profession Courts of Ohio and adjoining and in the Court of Appeals., tary Public. Office over First In all counties. Also "No- S" Bank. National CATARRH JOHN B.WILSON CRAS.M. CROWD WILSON & CROWE g, '?eb!; LAWYERS HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining count ties, and in the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and to coUeotlonsT Office on Main St., opposite Court House. , te BtS-sil- on. SEEDS ... Ri-i- ISAvl3tlK1 nd TRADC'MARKS Promptly obtained la I countries, or no ft. We oLuln PATENTS I PA. dYtrti Uim thoroughly. t -1 I t Bend andlielp jou to ucom, rrodtl. photo or dtetcn for FR C C report I 11 THAT u jrn, or ImJiW1 Book on PASSING 03-BO- B zv jttrr RTrrrtrNrrt practloe. """"" Seventh w. write to rAFfRru. w Sti-oot-f- T sun. U. V.. H. W. BUCKBEE Pon-dJet- vlsl-too- and KILL the COUGH WITH CURE the LUNC8 Cleaned i Pressed Repairing and neatly done. work given special attention. and Dr. King's New Discovery WOLDS ANP ALU THROAT AND FAR OoycHS PBTCR An TflaJBotUaFrMl LUNBTMUBLES. a sinn QUARANTZED SATISFAOXORI Utt MOHEY KEfUNJDXD. called forand delivered. per rate month. - Ash-Adj- Ijmjjn Anrnos tending- a eVelch and deierlntlon qnlcklT aaoertaln our opinion free whethermar an. uTviiiiuu ia iTUDHojr paiemaDie. uommuQii tlonsatrlctlTconndeiitlal. HANDBOOK on Patents. J ent free. Oldeat acencr for lecurmir Datenti. Patents taken tbrougb Mutm A Co. recetTO tvttialnotiet- - without chroA. In thm - 60 YEARC EXPERIENCE ade Marks Designs Copvriqhts Ac. nt S. C-1- m SEEDS H V t .M. t' Scientific A hindiomelr lllnatrated weeklr. rnianon or anr ecientioe Journal. toia HmMm. Tjirtett clr- 'J ermi. S3 - .f"3 fell-own- ed Southern Agriculturist MASHVILLE, TEMN. i H .; For forty years the frin(i and counselor of Southern farmers. - ly con-vae- w eled us4-for- m ' Twenty-fou- r pages twice, a Hopnth, , 50 cents or three years for fil.00. r V fc44. ,J 'am tv"1 Sarapl. Oijm Silt FriK Ok?. : i&ll0Frim. t WfTww; r . JXO For Sale Cured A mmmmmm W Bbmmm SCML HENS . Real Estate! Acres of tho finest Rough river bottom land.located threo miles west a. of. Hartford. About 20 acres In Good dwelling and out buildings. A bargain for $1,260. 80 cultl-vatio- Splint FOR FARMERETTES Mrs. Belmont- Will Eadeavor to - whoro 4t ihad fallen In a ferw days beeflevi wnwal of our your .pcaclo Kttand- d s, surpnlao eca'al at Mrs. Jarna- gfUVis aaturday wenlcg. Mrs.. Jno. X. Tayitar, areanhtllo, is Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is the bett of dl medicine for the cure of diseases, disorders and weaknesses peculiar to women. If If the only preparation of its kind devised by a regularly graduated physieian an experienced and skilled specialist in the disease of women. It b m safe medicine la any condition of the system. THE ONE REMEDY which contains do alcohol ad bo injurious habit-formldrugs and which create no eravia for such stimulants. THE ONE REMEDY so food that its makers su-not afraid to print its erery ingredient oa aok outside- - bottle wrapper and attest to tfae truthfulness of the somo under oath. li' Don ?y rnedicino dealer everywhere, and any dealer who hasn't it ooat t take a substitute of unknown composition for this medicine 09 fet known coMrosmoN. No counterfeit is as fjood as the genuine and the drutfise who say something else is "just as good as Dr. Pierce's" is either mistakes, or is trying to deceive you for his own selfish benefit. Such a man is not to be trusted. He is trifling with your most priceless possession your health may be your life itself. St thai you t't what you asi ftr. viiog Teach Youig Women the Art of Farming. have used Liniment on a fine mare for splint and cured her. Thb makes thrf third horse I've cured. Have recommended it to my neighbors for thrush and they say It Is fine. I find It the best Liniment I ever used. I keep on hand your Sure Colic Cure for myself and neighbors, and I can certainly recommend it for Colic." S. E. Smith, McDonOQgh, Ga. "I Sloan's hior mcifjhor, Mr& Martini mis wieeKjand last. Mry Jas. Rogers went to ShuMz-tow- n Flnlday. Maker Clarion Flioener. Graham. j Stwidy vteftcd ihls aunt Mrs. TDUond, from unttl Monday of flast iwieok. f acres of flna bottom land Iron' one and a halt to two tnllea of Hartford, part of It with timber. Also about 75 acres of belonging to the aama tract. Terms easy W have 460 up-lan. iWWi a ibouquet to Uhe RcmibUcan New York, March 7. Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont opened hor first dasa in for Mb, last issue, and good wCarwu to fanning for " girls Twenty aU tnuo RopublJcanB. young women "farmerettes," siho calls them, garbed in blue bloomers, FOR FLETCHER'S hats and boys' sbces, are in- tho comfortably ensconced broad-brimmed Children Cry" - farmhou?,o i .ISO Acres of land two miles south of Roatne on a free delivery route out of Beaver Dam. 30 acres bottom land about 20 acres Umber land and the rest of it fairly good upland. Five Jrroom frame, two story house, two barns and good tenant house. Splendid orchard,. never falling well In yar and horse lot and, spring In easy reach! of the house. In good repair. Must be sold and will be sold at a bargain. A new one and one-ha- lf story frame building with five rooms and large recptlct hall, built out of the best Situated on Clay selected material. and Fredrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. Lot 60x205 feet. Fine Well of eott water.. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. Good, nine room two story dwelling in Centertown, Ky., has good cistern, good cellar, never falling .well of water, good stable ' and other out buildings, one acre lot of ground. A vplendid location for family residence and hotel. Price and terms reasonable. Apply to BARNETT & FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Ky. Mr. R. W. Parish, of Bristol, Ind.,R, No. a, writes: "I have used lots of your Liniment for horses and myself. It Is the best Liniment in the world. I cured one of my horses of thrush. Her feet were rotten; the frogs came out ; she laid down most of the' time. I thought she would die, but I usedMhe Liniment as directed and she niver lies down in the daytime now." Cured Thrush. . SLOANS LINIMENT should be in every stable and applied at the first sign of lameness. You don't need to rub, it penetrates. kill a spavin, or splint, estate Dti Long, mont's thousand-ncr- o Island. Tho young iwomon were sol acted fro l 600 applicants from New York factories.' Ttoey will Must be Instructed thoroughly la household uppn a form and with, tho arrival of "planting time" in. tho sprung wMl toiko up plowing, plant and poulitay oiaisJnig. Not a man will .be Ion the promises, even to chop wood or Hand to the horses. Tho glaus wall tiaoeilvo ?4 a course Week during their of Instruction and (thereof tier may purchase small fanms, from, the jboEldfa.fi- tress if they .wish to do so, upon agree meat to till the soil themselves. two-mon- th ai ."BrockhoUt,'.' Mre. Bel- C ASTORIA at State Fair. Tobacco Prizes While tho tobacco exhibit nt tho Kentucky Stoto Fair tn 1910 was a gdod one, thoy receliad a great many complttlDita .frpm tlbe fninmers and dealers of .tobacco In different sections of this state and adjoining states that dhoy aould not gottiolrrnerw semples ready 4n time for tfro Fair owing to Why Not the tote curing of the crqp. fTho Beard at a rqccnlt meeting Read The Courier -- Journal Forced to Leave Home. Every year a large number of poor sufferers, whoso lungs are sore and racked with coUgbs, are urged to go to another climate. But this Is costly and not always sure. Thteflo's a hotter way. Let Dr. Ring's New Discovery cure you at home. "It oured me of lung trouble," writes W. of Calamine, Ark., "when all Olse failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight. Its surely ithe king of all cough and lung euros.' Thousands owo their lives and health to it. Its positively guaranteed for Cough?, Colds, LaGrJppe, Asthma, ,croup all Throat and Lung .troubles. 50c and 11.00. Trial battle frde at all drug nn gists. fWill puffs swnllpn inints. and is a sure and wind fistula, sweeney, founder and thrush. speedy remedy for adopted a echodule of .worda cm to- HENRY WATERSON, Editor. a hacco grown In 1310 on both Dark and Barley tobacco, making two extra WE CAN FURNISH YOU dosses upon which premiums will be giiwm tills year Thasia classcB tiro open to dealors as well ns farmers, THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN the' conditions of entry ibolng as here AND THE tofore. It Is to be hoped that the farmers and dealers will pick tlhelr sanvpto now and later send to tho Seeratory far entry blanks. The premium Hat Dn 1911 tobacco Courier-Journ- al will be adopted and published later. Following Is the premium list adop ted. v' One f Celebrated for style, perfect fit. simplicity suit reliability nearly 40 years. Sold In nearly erery city and town In the United States and Canada, or by mill direct. More sold than any other make. Send for free catalogue; McCALL'S MAGAZINE More subscribers than any other fashion . magazine million a month. Invaluable. LjU m est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, plain sewing, fancy needlework, halrdresslng, etiquette, pood stories etc. Only M cents year (north double), including a free pattern. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy. j McCALL PATTERNS . Weekly WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS brings ) to Agents. Postal offers. premium catalogu and new cash prlte Address THI HcCAlX CO, S fa US W. 37lh SL. NEW VOU MM BURLEY TOBACCO CROP 1910. and poultry sent free. Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass., U.S.A. Price, 60c. and $1.DO Sloan's book on bones, cattle, sheep .IK t IH tlUK. ViJSl I fBA 119 principal fluorapariproduclng .Itqtrlnr, In- rh TTnillv1 Sfmtoa Is !tl . -r .w " rwi westorn Koatucky and southern inl nols. and these two States shilpod, I0 ?' respectively, 7,800 fjQIlS and 41,852 ton tricot and rtmarkaSlo tftctal offort to rider agenta. HILL HE ASTOHISHEiudrour'pelbmodeare&yi of spar in 1909. About 800 per cent IIH tihfls than any other factory. We are' satisfied ..with ijo - mur nwn factory cost. Of the fluorspar - from .... district V n.niM'.sUu.aa. i. ..UU von w. irn nnr rnrvriM umiiM- profit above mm n mm bi . . BJ IV W .. - ... ran rfliuiiiiiE, trn.inritn. sW sW J i mm 'our prices. Orders filled the div received. is usea as a nux in ....., . . .. .. r, SECOXI3 1IAN1J lirCYCLHS. W dn tint r.mt.,1. tnjt. tu.,t lnj Mnrln hil . SUM mnm- xae KSOUnS W usually have.a number on hand taken In trade by our Chicago retail stores. These we clear ou IurIIaca3 an' "eromDtlv at nrlces raneine from 83 to 1B8 or S10. Descriptive bargain lists mailed free. Tn 10(1 . InwVinnv ril.rhrrW. nnlnrruln. "" Injtlo Imported roller and " iAICTrB DIKTC equipment wbeeli.kind at hat tho usual chain tricot. pedals, parts, repairs and "" of all tUJI9 1 ritait fogxather Mexico, and Arizona Now produced 1,090 tons of tlounspar, which $ 0 HFnfiFTHODN PUNCTHRF-PDAO-F waia nraalilcialliV all laUfcin by tlia orxii- 1 hearth placit at Pueblo, Oalo., hut-tillTIRES tointmduocomlt .. .... vw...vw.w - Vi..j .- .The rezular retail trice ot these tires it HMV. S3 JO teriair. tut to introduce ive will tho demand. Mllymiasamplepairlor$4A0icashuithordertteS). Imklm 1AJ "H-"s- riffo snrt Thihit& bicycle fumlihed by us. Ourasenti ...mliM. ant .. sample Latnr Model Kan)rer,S..7, -S 7p' !..... 7- making money fist. iw ruojorjuu panicuiars ana,"'. . ontr at once, special MO MONEY KEQUIKKO until you receive and approve of your bicycle. VVTihiu to anyone, anywhere in the U. S. viithmt a cent deposit in advance, prePay reitkt, and allow TEN DAYS' FltKETKIALduiin which time you.may ride the bicycle and put It to any test you wish. If you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish ta JceeD the bicvele shin It R?.?" !ou? our expense and you will not to out oho font. , lurnun the Inchest grade bicycles it is possible to male EinTflBV PDIPrC at one vn niwxw small profit above actual factory cost. you save i to tie middlemen's nmfits hv hnvinv Hlrr. et h. anrl t,sv th vi.m antee behind your bicycle. WOT 11UY a bicycle or a pair of tires from axyont t any frico until vou receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of factor WAKTED- -ft RIDER AGENT and district. to IH EACH TOWN ...f IVcIlLlluKV YT and Illinois Producers. -- Larges Samples to contain twelve regular sized lhands. 3rd 2nd 1st $20, $10, Red Leaf 6, 20, Bright Leaf 10, 10, Clgandtte Wrapper.. 20, Bniighit Trash .. ..20, 10. Beat four Samples from sin&to crap embracing Red Leaf, Qiigancltito wrapper and Brlgihit Trash ?10, Both Year For CI CA DI.3U al 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 toffsendj your subscription order to this' paper NOT to the Courier-Journa-l. Courier-Journal. Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEY.LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE 'DARK TOBACCO CROP 1910, a FTTTTTfTTTttTTTTTTTTTI .m. The -- ,..?..' '.. fK T. 8 SELr'nEALinU s 3rd 2nd lsb $5, $10, Austrian Leaf .. ..$15, 10, 5 Black Wrapper .. .. 15, 10, 5, Long or African Leaf 15, 5, 10. Fnenioh Leaf .. ..15, 5, 15, Italian Leaf 10. 5, 10. Green River Leaf.. 15, Best" four Samples each sahTplo 'represent?10, ing different tytfe When have rheumatism In your foot or instop apply Chamberlain's Liniment and you will get quick relief. It costs but a quainter. Why suffer? For sale by all druggist, ni Not Finished. "Americans are so unfinished;" has been tho complaint of Europeans. We are and glad of It. Yankees are startling the world with their achievements and will, we believe, stick to tho habit. THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co. J , INCORPORATED) fl WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE HT COST. ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME OR BUSINESS sa M0 MODE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS, Tacks or Glass will not let tho Sixty thousand pairs sold last year. FOR FLETCHER'S. ??7??lT?'BBSBlBSBlBlBHl1BBVKaBBSlBWsBlBWr Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use. ' jfilBlBlBlBlBlSSSSSSSSSSSSSSsi i OFMamPTIONtlUZi In all sizes. Itisltrelr I ndeasvndinK.vervdurableandllnedinsidewith siisiBHsiHsaWsiisVlsiassiisiisiisV a. srjeciiil nualitv of rubberrVrhich never becomes orout and which closes up small punctures without allow Notloe the thick rubber trest tng the air to escape. We have hundreds of letters from satis, CROMWELL. and Daucture strlns "11 fied customers staling that their tires haveonly been pumped and "U," also rim strip "Uj more than uponce or twice in a whole season. They welch no prevent rim outline, inisi fob. 28. Health in (tills plaoo is io an ordinary tire, the juncture reststingqualltlesbelngclven tire will outlast any otheiv.,, by several layers of" thin, specially prepared fabric on the at JthBS WTlUnff. mako-SOELASTIC sui' tread. Theregularprlce of these tires Is J3.jo per pair, but for 4.A3X j.ujinu. iSIns. Tilltord. who was sick last special factory price to tdvertlslnepurposeswearemiikinga ,, . . ,x -. the rider of only (t.8o per pair. All orders shipped same dav letter is received. Weihhno.n.An luo uut asui "U"aul approval. You do not pay a cent until you hare examined and found them strictly as represented fe will allow a cash llsoount of 5 per cent (thereby making the price Hi. US per pair) if youi Dr. Pal T. Willlls went to Louls- You run no risk In semd VVL.L. CASH WITH OKDUfi and enclose this advertisement. idins; us an order as. the tires may be; returned at UU1C expense if foranyreason theyare vlUo last Week with Jlrs. RJCacll and not satisfactory on examination. "We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us Is as safe as in a, bank If you order a pair of these tires, yon will find that they will ride easier, run fasterJ Mr. CloMOland Rains WlhO ihnd Opera wear Detter, last longer ana iook nner man any ure you nave ever usea or seen at any price, wc.,!-- 'Pormea DJ a sroOQiailst nf know that you wilt Te so well pUasedpiat when you want a bicycle you wilt give us your order. ' that nlaco. We want you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer. mom vms don't buyanv kind at any price until you send for a pair of uf-r- n IWKstsV sTfsCO Kedgethorn Vuticturc-rroo- f tires on approval and trlat at Bro. A. B. Gardner filled Jlla TegU- the special introductory price quoted above; or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which lar nippolnitiment at Qrqan Iv!er Uind ttesCTlbes and quotes alt rMkesand kinds of tires at about half the usual prices. i Sat.ir.day and Sunday. Ho DO MOT offers we are making. It only costs a postal to learn everythtug. Write it MOW, f ig considering a call to thoDlOom- - sIr oat. Children Cry HOUSE SHOULD aSBlKS!. HI C ASTO R A 'BE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN REACH. FT, vy 'od HOW TO LIVE. Stand to your work nnd be strong, naltlng not in your ways; Stand to your work nnd bo wise, Certain of sword and pain, Yo who tiro neither children nor gods, E.G.BARRASS, - Manager. Hill ! Ir WW more But' men In a world of men. Kipling. Do resolutely and faithfully what you are; bo humbly what you aspire to be. Man's noblest gift to man Is his sincerity, for It embraces his Integrity also. Tuorcau. OUR CLUBBING RATES. Republican and Home and Farm Republican and The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald The jxepublican and JJaiiy uwenBDoro inquirer k O'boro Messenger The Republican and Republican and Kentucky Farmer The TnE Republican and New Idem Woman's Magazine... The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer Twice-a-Wee- WMT.KrW? J. L MEM CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, fletld oliuroh ILL hla doolslon. hut lias not yat made - YMM4 hs FourFiEths of Your Store Patrons Were Won by Advertising-An- d .. Four-Fiftof These Would Be Lost if You Stopped Advertising! e store-service Newspaper advertising is a part of all worth-whila part of it which patrons particularly value. For your sales, the it keeps them in touch with your stocks, the showing of novelties; the buying arrival of new opportunities which your store must .create for its friends. The advertising becomes the link between the store and ite clientele. They expect'the Store's advertising to SERVE THEM "not now and then." not partially; but ALWAYS, and fully! To curtail the advertising in volume or frequencywould mak the same impression on them as though you moved into 'smaller quarters and cut down your force of clerks and workers. To. INCREASE your advertising to make it more complete as ''storeNews'asa''raarketletter," as a bulletin of bargains Will have tHe effect of enlisting a every day, ami of winning anew all lot of news of the old ones! store-events, tere-frien- ds Sunday School, and Prayer mooting are still on the increase. Aluqli good Is being done. Mr. W. S. Ollstrap returned last week from 'Western Kentucky, where ho had been looking, after tho clothing business. Master Gilbert ICahn, who has ibeen sick Is Improving. tfhb has iMrs. Battle Brandenburg boon at homo for sometime,' has re, turned to Bowling Oreon. T. C. Stratton and son tod quite a rush In the corn pottv business Saturday. Mr. Edgar Ollstrap who 'had boon nursing Mr. Jas. A. BUbro, Hartford, has moturned- 'home. Col. Baatty who, had 'boon nursing a Mr. jCardwell near Mongantown Wo came home one day last yweek. are sorry to r,qpoit Mrt Candwell's death. The entertainment at Cooper School house last AVednwdaiy awning was quite a suoeo. Mien Lanvbetrit )und Uioe who, HsaUUd lien are to be oongratulaUd on ttwtr flort. Mr. and Mrs. J.. Alex IUwiita are vleKlog 1sfalr pAreote Mr, mil Mrs. R. S. James, fSUat, fet, ilte whUUok. Mr. T- - W. Vsltae is in Bvians-vl- ll at tfee ppwaat w. Mr. J, N, Ka6wn, our nualsaslg dtcug-giftt- a, wad bte router trip out of towtt 8titidy. HH. . O. trt&wt tmm work dor. oa thin rWr ro4 ymt bVw tbjwa, . Remember you havo not a sin- ew whoso law of strength Is not The The The The The Republican and Louisville Herald Republican and Courier-Journal $1.35 lx.5(? Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at 1.75 1.25 1.75 action; you haro not n faculty of body, mind or soul whoso law of Improvement Is not energy. B. B. Halt. 3.25 3.25 1.75 1.75 1.30 1.50 , .ENJOYING LIFE. Havo you found your llfo dls ' tasteful? IfyTllfo did and does smack . $1.25 Was '"your youth of pleasure wasteful? Mine I saved and bold complete. Do your Joys with ago diminish? When nilao fail mo I'll com-- . ' plain. Must.Ia death your daylight sweet THE REPUBLICAN. Address all orders to Myiua sets to rls again. 3 Robert Browning. VA Is- - life LIBERTY. so dear or peace so to be purchased at tbo td prleft.ot chains and liberty? For-bi- d It, Almighty Clod! I know ndtjjwnat course others may take; but, &s for me, give mo liberty or give me death! Patrlek Henry. sweet.as VIA AAA A Tlrniicrinn oivni onntrnofai hnolrorl Hv rlinin nt "( Pnllonoa capital, and 19 years' succea, to secure positions under reasonable con ditions or refund tuition. P.raughons competitors, by not accepting nis propoaition.concede that ho teaches mora Bookkeeping in three months than they do in six. Draughoa can convince you. of statea Court TReport5HORTH A NH 75 Per cent the tho Un'ted Shorthand Draughonsystem of ers write u u Good Positions utxaussu mvy KIIUW II, IS J.I1D ROOKKEFPINft uvvnuutvi ii v iwn-iiB- For FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet "Why Learn Telegraphy?" which explain all, call on or write JOHN F. DRAUGHON, President. tscoi. DRAUGHOrt'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGlUBOSrOBiTSD E- EVANSVILLB, ADUCAH, NASHVILLE, ST. LOUIS, SPRINGFIELD, MEMPHIS. n y"ry "... v3yj Vf .u ,MS" WV '"!. '' f ' I1 TLEASANT T1MESPENT AT HAS HO SU8STMTE CLSE OF SCHNL Nice At Cooper School House i- - Frogran by The Pupils. Cromwell Ky., Mrdli l.Tha successful i&nm of Coojxsr School otos-ilast Wednesday JPeb. 22, Miss Alary Lambent toocher. An entuRtalnment wa given tho Xallqwlng evening, wbJati'was onjoyed by a laijo nd appreciative audlanoa Pjogmm rendered was as follows: Welcome Address Moning Stevens. When Mamma was a Httlo girl Buva Taylor. A Gentleman Josle Johnson.. GreqUdes nEari Kitchens. Tho Watefiunolons, Estlllo BBtoh-wi- s. Stovens. w1 POWDER Absolutely Pure Thmomfy kmkmg y our rafetot Sevburaigr mmI to fiH Ms regular atfiaAitmxt at Snialllilbua church. Hews a sua cf Mr. and (Mra. Jae. H. Ftwraon (sun-da- ws la Mfrch 7, Jler. 5MALLItU5. Rrwji, JteHpwt, Saturday might. ton, 'woro tho gurf of h5r fef.lior Mr. Fred Boone Saturday nlgkt nod Sunrtay. Al-ts- SBEAUTtFY YOUR HOME FREEIJ Nothing beautifies the home grounds like a fer well selected roses. THE RE- PU3LICAN is going to muke it possible for every one of it? readers to beautify his or her home, urounds without a cent of cost. We will send you the six ever- 9? blooming roses described below, absolutely free of chnrge, if you'will send lis only $1 to pay for THE REUBLIUAN one year and the Farmer and Stockman one year. What is more we will send, you complete instructions on planting and care with each collection. These instructions are wntten'by an Oliio fibrist, one 6f theriidstteuicessful on earth. These roses will be sent you postpaid by the Farmer and Stockman 'direct from the florist in Ohio, anvtime vou wish. You can order the collectionnow. before the supply is exhausted, and have.them shipped any time you wish before May 1. one-year-old 1 fc Mr. and Mich. KiMjdzv ctf Grish- - . iMMfe from Ormmm mi farter Be Batter In The Morning Nina MALUM IMPHOSNATE QUlckcns Evonatlt Kitichens. RmiBrmtf jwiwiw The Somebody's Mother Iva Johnson. Donation Charlie Tho Arkansas Taylor. Kittona ' and ' Baby Everett' Kitchens. Going on an Errand Charlie Fulton. Tho Last Hymn Zoacy Taylor. Wattle's Wants and Wlahos Josle - Joftwison. The Two Llttlo Squirrels, Fulton. Cliarllo ed bankrupt, and that the Xhi3t moat ing of creditors will be held at the kjw office of Heavrin & Woodward, in Hartford, Kentucky, on the 17th' day of March, A. D., 1911, at 1, .. m., at iwfalch .time .tlie sold creditors una attend, irovM ithlr claims, appoint a tnustcie. examlno th'e Bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly come bafore said meeting. J. Qwiansfoano, A. DEAN, Little Jack Nonlne Stevens. Tho Irishman, Chanlte Fulton. Referee in Bankruptcy. Ky., March 6th, 1911. k ft Do Your Best Beckham iFulton. Notice to Creditors. A Woman's Wotoh Robert. Fultxra. County of the Ohio Creditors Personating Eldars, a Dialogue Bank' will please come forward and Zeqcy Tajilor and Nina Stdvion's. It 13 my Charllo's Speech, a Dialogue Zeecy settlo ther Indebtedness. Taylor, Glendon Stavens, and Charlie purpose and the desire bt everybody connected with the bank to ihaive divTaylJor. idends declared to the depositors as Pensoverance Unole Jim Cox. Jonathan's Daugihters, a dialogue speedily as possible This cannot be creditors of the bank Olive Gondon, Exa Taylor.Nlna Stev- done unless will assist by meeting their obliens, and Zeecy Taylor. Subscribing to the MisSan Fund, gations. A. E. PATE, Assignee. a Dialogue Mary Lambert, AudraTay 29tf lor,' Kay Stevens, Olive Gordon and Notice in Bankruptcy. Exa Taylor. TOie LIMla Bllgnlm Nina Stevens. In he district Count of the United A Society for Doing Good, a Dia- States for the western dlstnlct cf logue Audra Taylor, Olive Gundon, Owwnsboroo Division. Mary Lambert and Exa Taylor. In ititoe mattor otf Phillip Brady Taylor. a bankrupt. Coming to an Understanding, a DiaOn thla &hie 2nd day Df March A. logue Tassie Taylor, E. W. Jackson, D., 1911, on consldenlng i.h-- pdtfi'oa Roscoe Taylor and Henry I.iles. of tho aforesaid bankrupt for dlsdnaxg Kate Shelly Exa Taylor. Allied on the 16th day of Ftibruaiy A. Taklng tlie Census, a Dialogue' D., 1911, lit Is ordered by the court Mary Lambert, Ruscoe Taylor, Joe tiliat a liarlJnig' be had upcin tlhe name Ohar-I- I Coleman, Glendon Stevens and on the 22nd day of Apnll A. D., 1911, o Taylor. Baud court at LoulfC.H'.le In Rock of Ag9 Ollvo Gordon. sai'.'d dta'jniot, at 10 o'olock In if.w foreJostlah's Flibt Courting, a Dialogue noon, or ais near thorato as l)Ta:itlca-bl- e Huhbard C. Taylor, Audra Taylor, and that notice thereof be pubHenry Llles and Charlie Taylor. lished one time In Hantford Rk?publl-ca- n Ostler Joe Olivie Gordon. prlnJed In ca!d disa Petticoat Govornimenit, a Dialogue trict, nipaper and that all known crctdi'.tors Tasfde Taylor, Hubbard C. Taylor, and other persons in Interest may and E. V. Jackson. aipixar at sai'A time and place and A Rhyme of the Navy Tasde Tay- sflitow cause, if any tlwy have, why lor. iho pra1er of said pjtltover should Obstinacy, one not convedyi Ollvo not ,be gra,tted. Gordon, Hubbard C. Taylor, Hanry Wl'nt?8 the Honorablo Walk1' LiHos, Tasale Taylor, E. W. JacUtsan, Evan?, Judge of said Couirit, and the and Mary Lambert. saal ithenoof, at OwenlsUoro In said Comoosi'itlon Mrs. E. S. illoward. daltrlot, on the 2ud day ctf ManchvA. Beware of itibo Filiui Dnliik, a Tab- D., 1911. leau. Mary Lambent, Audita Tajilor, A. G. RONALD Clerk, Ray SUivenu, Uoscoo Tajilor, Joe Cctoman, and E. W. Jackscin. Sweet Clover Seed. At Sohool CIcsj Zc'iicy Taylor. For Apnll and May sawing. Hay, Delightful music was furnished for tlie evonirg by Messrs Tom Johnson pasture and 'fertilizer, Clncufor and prices; Bklhara Seed Co., Falmouth, and Olaudu Li! as. 311. Six morAhs ago Jltas Mary Lam- Ky., bert of Olaton, commenced a school' Honest About It. at tlil'3 ilac. She canto as a stranger here. She at oneo took upon The New York Herald to making a hor!cilf tlie Irksome task of ttruAnlug hard, campaign for rpj'iproelty, The tlie young mind, to put cm. Mm jwfldyn, Henald is fobrojat about It. Tho other Uiat- mlud luuat have In this day day It .printed a tOg picture showing and 'ago of ours, iilgihit Mell did tho folio wiling .signs on. the packages she preform &te difficult task, and shown; "CiKaiper Poultry," "Cheaper as ahe taktu hurloavo ofnis, riho takes Viaawtaibte," "Ch.tfvpor Mxiats," "Oluup ' or Wheat," l "Cbeapfr Food," In tlie love cf everybody with her. Dear Miss Mary 'wo com never forget No.w York they are nxaldng no sqeret you,' we shall look .hack 'to tW Bjhsol of 'the faict liiey oxpoct uwrytMng' In ' after yearu and recall ilhe many tliat itihe (Jarmer gnews to byj, olwiapor pkntamt days spent logatlier its In .thw Un;Sk''Stat(.tj: All tho things and teacher. May your future be thait fanrawi'B'grtJiw and sell a'refinark-o- d "CihtAiCT,':'-Bu- t as happy atid pteasatut us you fiaVe when they come oufc JVkdCvjfoay argue that, efter ail, inado our school days for us. tlnlngs wU- not be much oliitWper. TASS1E E. TAYLOR. A Pupil Somtibody.as wiehavo riari:d before For Sale. is gicB, to fgol Ijjfit lni thla Juggplery, We have a comparatively now stock Oedwijfrtiita !Itt)ubllcan. . , n"7 : of General Merchandise and also a Drug stone that iwo want to eell cheap A,S.;frE. No. 597, both. stores carry their usual lino A.'B.i.pf'. Local No. 697, will are "enjoying a good trade and Mi nnvjt aRouiht River Schopihoueo storehouse cad be bought Of rented. Saturaa uligh.( f Matron t cvory For information call or address, R. V. nwukbi-- be lvflWeoit. as fehcfo AvWl be 32U WllHama, Beaver Dam, Ky. Imanontant j Ken-tuaky, " jvu-pl- ls - EaBtcnday. and Mr. Cam' Rn- fraw of mmr Beda, wcr. gtfcttf of sUj'jer Mrs. BmRoss M43 Eaatordaj-'from Fntday .umUl iloraday. Dr. George L. Evrly, cf RookportI Ky., was oaHad to ef O Mr. Skm Ka!or of Smallhoua Saturday evening. He Is quHo 111 of moajlhs. JHlss,.Be39lo, JSetH and brothel, Marlon BaUaaia dlttla Uorone BaiH have ! measles. Mr. Bud Bullock and family .went to Centncntown Saturday to sk? relatives. One of Mr. W. E. Fulkorsons twin boys, Iras been quite ill fOT the past few dayjj. Ho is thought to ,Be abmo bottOT at tils .wnltltig. Mr. Tom .Millers brother and family aire wlsltlng him at thte wiritdDig, Mrs. A!iia Callowiay is on the 'sick list with throat, trouble. A Mr. J, R. Hunter iwicicimpaailed, by hlsi. daughter, jmost of hils elators, Mrs. P. L. .wood and Miss Mag Hunter Monday night. and Tuesday. Mr. L. B. Ovenhuls went ito Cianroll-to- n reecn'ly. Mr. Ed Dee Bullock visited inxsla- tlve3 at Greenville recently. Mr. Ross Morton and family, Cen tral City 'will arrive Thursday far a visit to ibis parents, Mr., and BIrs. Sam Morton, near .hero. T Mr. HeTkenb Ball, of maar. Cerailvo, i was in our ml'dat wooqlly, Success to Tho Ropubllaan and Ms many readers. s 4 F F F J 5T 9L fF THE ROSES DESCRIBED. The Black Rose riiakes tjbe highest atainrh'en,tf ine hybridizers largfe beautiful flowers' I60&' as if they were cut irom the heaviest daric rich velvet. White Killarney The wonderful n'evr "Irish Beauty" unfolding broad wax like petals into enormous semi-fu- ll flowers of pure snow white. It. is a, strong,, robust, vigorous; grower. The flowers are J President Taft faultlessly fdrmed, extra1 laetati(ii double,- the'color 'an' ffxquilite,;fehadb'fof,bright,vf .; suarKiing pmK. hardy bush oriwhich great Yellow Kaiserin It is a healthy grower-vex'masses of exquisite golden yellow roses, are' borne. Rhea Reid Great masses'of Jarge double flowers of the richestNveivet red are produced on the whole blooming season. Dorothy Perkins In habit of bloom, it is extremely free, producing flowers in immense clusters. The color is an exquisite shade of clear shell pink. Roses may be planted any time between this and May 1st. Better order now before the supply is exhausted. Thousands are ordering these plants now, and the supply may be, exhausted, if you wait tili. April to order. The Farmer and Stockman. will hold the roses for you till you are ready to plant them. Do not take chances by waiting. Use coupon below. skill. Black Rose For grace, form and color the . ) - - ife 9 gfp 4i y j jj Jip ; For Sale. oats pure what brati, hay, feed ni'jal, alfalfa meal, cotton xoxd meal, Acme horse and mule Coed, corn chops, all kinds chicton tyA, chicken grits- - and shiells. Dellvjred tnee anywJiere In Hartford. , W. E. fiLLIS, 33t4 Tho Prcduce Main. Conn, THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. ; Enclosed find $1.00 for which. send hie your paper. iforpn'eear, The Farmer and Stockman one year, and your six roses as' ad veftisr ' ' ed in your paper. &"... . ;..'. . My Name ,....." , .' ;-. J. NEY FOSTER x Notary Public Ohio County HARTFORD, KY. Given Address. -- ; ;....;. . vfe W .. x m All Matters Prompt Atten- THR RFPIIRI THAN. A.dclrs jail Orders to - Harrfni-- H UTw tion. SPECIALTY. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A 'y xxxxxxxxxxxxxx $ AMERICAN FENCE mm ff M i 1 Y1 SftMJJ ExT2flBE3HPirfHu l t iJna .tiif . 1? 5?iv w-fi- sw b Bet mssazLsamsx TBIS81'J Bisrai i( v , t,":W vf tl .... 11,-Lo- buass to.trantaot. ROSS, "' The short timber supply and the high prices of good wood fencing materials make the wire farm fence an economical 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'AMERKAPf FENCE, There i none better, twenlf six men, jyincn ana 4 men iences carnea in it,siock. we can ' iurmsn me lence mar pays. lie-cessi- ty. s & -- - Notice in' Bankruptcy. rttb tfli'A. Ken-tuoki', In' Statai tor the Id ' dW'jiict count of tho United wesWrn district of 1'. v SoCy. dlvlsten. Klie Notice to CrLitor? of The Ohio County Bank.i Js'oilwj to th,eredMw)w of 6lio Ohio Qouri hmetoy BAak iimt I niaWef or Janos T. AHon, ! I MKlwiy4lT tM'0 taw OWo cSttnty Bask ' Jut, day of Mara. A. D., 1911; the fw xyawHt ' NbMeo rpo!A iOdoMcra of J,asw T. Allen, wUl Mliadih, day of Aw, Mil, fJteaUw, lu ttw Oouaty of Olilo, and receive at the oifleo of the OWo CJoua ty Uw4(jj ail ctetew aUntrt. the dUnkti. ptoreoaM, IwWmnt. bMritfupit-- t lvi B. P;: BARNES '&BRQ8. BEAVER dai, pcy. i - . .fn .. ifteiV Vled J f '5f '! K A 3A Wtti B. PATE, AMiAsnvj. LI SMZa.v -- J- N .? y.x-t-vl " amnmmmmn----- :