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AGEDLADYDIES .4f Had Lived HAKTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAJROH 17, 1911. idea of using draft mar oncawldwiiih tho big Span'.h Jack's p prpduco heavy, etocky mules is being cacrtad ouit by aaane Df tihe Ibaat brdaders In the a'jate. FOTohonou manes sre wall Hkcd for this, as thuy are Gijnltfe, euro pullo:s, wcfil tonmod and. carry good etyil-i- . Heavy laZ mules are In Ibrtnglny &Eg pmJcjJ, gnawt Kentucky is tsure to ail Lbs quota and as she has always done. This Old Fox Has Seen Traps Before. now in n position to slazo the Islands, as they are un forfeited. at That Place for Over Fifty Years. 0. E. Allen Moves to Central City --The Compliments for Esq. Dean. Whe Ppurth Dlebrlat Leader, Df a3ys: i g, Folice of Central City. -- w, Staff CorrtapcKHdoBt) Rockport, Ky., March' 14v. Atier llv- i ng amid stlcnco that was oilmiost, per- jpetual tor over halt a century Mrs. Elizabeth Wheolor, who lived among the rutas at Aldtila, died laslt weak at tho advanced age 0.172 years' Mrs. Wheeler saw Alrdrla rise up out' of the Kentucky forest arid lived to seoilt, become a desanted.and ancient city. iTho aged iwoman's home, although, located among the ruins In tho vanlsfofetd city, was flail nly we'll preserved despite Us great age and , was the only house left to tell the sad story of the downfall of Alrdrla Artrdria once destined to bo the most thriving itaan da Western Kentucky. airs. Wheeler, hod occupied the old the building for over GO yeara aai silence was seldom disturbed except by an occasional visitor who In the direction of this village. The remains of tho aged ladywero the buried In a little cemetery high hill upon wthfich Alrdrla la ilocated, and the sllemtoe .remains undls turbed as It was In years long past, and only the wind as It dances land playsnriound the corners of tone old hillside with ghastly moans distur-Je- s the daath like silliness Df this ""deserted and irulned city. A POPULAR TELEPHONE MAN. We regret to 6aytlbat Mr. O, E. AlleffJ'the genial, tejeiphonr. manager for tha Curabenlnnd Company in this city, has left us nnd gone to Central City, in other wards he iwas promoted to a better position which demonstrates his ability as n good Mr. Allan, though telephone man. bis stay among our people was of shontt duration made many Mauds among tha subscribers of the company and the jeaplo of Rockport and they Were all sorry to see him tave. Mr, Allen wasmade manaser of the Central city orrice ana vxk. muusa. at once. While we regnat very mucH to 'lose such n. good telephone man, there Is a rejoicing compensation in the knawledgs ithat he has buttered' himself. CENTRAL CITY'S METROPOLITAN POLICE FORCE. iLast week (the Police of Central City made 'an imppntauit capture iwhon chief of police Langley assisted .by policeman nrvant WAlcox and W. E. Mil Boy Blanks the erat--( ler, arreafed while sa'loon keeper who doflad the police officials of Nortonviille to arrest him after he had compeltod tho city amwwhal of that town to release a priaonar and go 'home. Several otli-'police officials had attempted to place him unldqr arrest but it remained for the Centnal Cftty policemen to arroat and put him tovhintl the bars of ithe Central City Jail. When a desperado or iwouUHbe dasperado reach' ea Centrall City he ocases to be one and unless he Is mighty careful how he nav4aa,teB he will land In the whore he will awake Opfeclal hap-paaed Ohio The .Hon. W, S. Dean, of county, ha3 announced hfjnsolf ns a oandldajte (for re-- el xfjlon to the office Dudng Wie lost of Rreaantatlve. legldl'ailunj he mad an envlahlo rapu-tatlo- h for himself and Jo wias kniawn as one of tho leader of .ho R3jibll-ca- n parity in that body. Jbt 13 prqba-bl- a that he W31I have jn'o DtppoaJtlon for the nomination. Jlr. Dean has many relatives and friends in Chls county who are InienistOd iln h!Js KNOWN AT WASHINGTON. Washington, March 15. That the Japanese already have an army of veteran soldiers in the Hawailn Islands and have been engag'od In 'military activity In the PMUpphMs, was eta'ed Held Court House y hero in connection with the Ravcmtlow etntemont. The atfiiolal atday Was Interesting:. titude of f niondtlnosa batwA.in this country and Japan prevented any official comment but the army and na- Supt. Leach Will Start "Young-Farmer- s" vy oMLcoru have received personal to bear out die cootjaition in Corn Growof ithe German expert. CLUBJEETINB Satur to-da- at KENTUCKY BRIGADE WILL CAMP TOGETHER Three Regiments of State Guard ing Ccntest. Dr. Smith Acquitted. In tho case of the Commonwpcalth iThe Ohio Couniy Farmers' Club imet-Ivs. Dr. J. L. Smltii, of Cenltertown, ragular Courfi House charged with being tiie fai'Jier of the Saturday. &ess.oai at the The attenldanoa was fairUfcgltlmatc child of Nora Burresi, mn ly gocd, but not 03 largri ns desfjrod. tlon of w hlch was made In those col- The lujating was called lo ordar by acumns la week. Dr. Smltii President Ford, with Sjcratary PJrtlo quitted. Tho jury was In tiielrroom at his desk. only a few mlnutas and they had no A number of the speakers on the difficulties in deciding the nntUr. program .were nlbsent. flho first topic for diseusslan was "Adaataigea of a Canning Factory In Hartford," by MEETING BAPTIST Rowfm Holbrook and Edgar Ttie many advantages of a factor' SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION discussed. "Worn Out Land" iwas were the next subject. The speaker to whom n s Bo-Ja- Of Ohio County Will Convene sent, a general discussion the subject will Go Into Camp With Rockport Church. assigned being ab followed, anld many yaluaibla points were brought (was out "Advantage of Tiling dteciussed Together. For the filrst time In the history of Guard, all the Kentucky National throe rogilmaniis will encamp together this summer. They have bon formed Into n brigade and iwiil camp naur Louisville at the rifle nange wlblch has ibKin"f!itb3d up for tha' First Ken tucky Infantrj. There the middle of tho suriurjij, the enitLreguaird, all of gaththo companjei.hi jAiffit&i ,wlth er for the bflgadeformatlon Gen. Roger Williams ln command of i the whole Rifle practlte Will occupy a good. deal oi the time of the menond th popping of Springflelds (will make ttw residents of that section of Jefferson county think that a war has begun. About 200,000 iounds of ammunTitiwi mill be burned at this encampment, and as the men will have two days' practice at the targets earlier in flho summer, it is expecrtod ithat there wjHl ibe soma good shooiMng dona at the final camp. ll Land" was the subject by T. F. Tan- wr WILL PROBABLY , TOiPROTECT MERGE INTERESTS Home Warehouse Co. and Ameri- .", of CLAY STATUTE a New Roof Scaf- - Tv Mausoleum to Have can Society of Equity Com- -' 4 inch Bedford Stone plete Their Conference". folding Erected for Repairs. Lexington, Ky., March 11, A maw Bedford s'one is roof of four-inc- h now bolng placed oviar the mausoleum of the Honrj" Clay monument in thu Lexington cemetery. expert stone Charles Dodd, an in anfchit, iwilth an assdsatnt arrivied the city a day or Ciwo ago from Indiana, and are now onsagad In putting on tlio now roof. Whnn itlio Henry Clay monunient coinnilsalon last fall left tile eontmct to Smlptoir Ciharks J. Mulligan, of the ahottijred Clilca?o to restore by statuj that had baen Injured time, that a llghtii! trg-fthe new etone i"oof tor the mausoleum was also included in tho order. the figure, Tho naw sections for duplicated Jby Sculptor Mulligan and tha Btord stone for the roof arrived several weeks ago. Scaffolding is noiw being erected for hoisting the sections of the figure, which mIU be placed in position by William Adams and Son,, and tho restored btntue, as well as the roof will be colupleted within a few days- If favorable Weather continues. Bud-fond, f er l" MotiroinoJla of Wcsfcera Kentucky one of tho beat poMocd towns to the realisation that the the State of Kentucky. husiUlng is in ty's boys and te too .wu lcnoiwn to our (people to nwd any reconwnentdia-tlcexwpt to say he is mukftngEOod ou the Central City police torceond is estebiteMng a raoord tor hluwalf thfet My poUoajnan would be proud DON CARLOS . of. w Mr, Wilcox to one of Olito coun- KMtttcky and Mules Xmimky nuM4ad Ifee rauflw have aAwys pntoea fcu com- Mie A meeting laokins to fcha consolidation of itho Honii Warehouse 'company and the American Sodety of Equity was hald at the Offices of the former organization on Thllrd street at Owonsboro all day last Fnldiay and at Aha adjournment of the mealing the officials declined to maUo any atate-rneas to what had been accom Connection With Hartford. Hardlnsburg, Ky.., March 1C The plish od. The meeting was attended by tho Cumberiand Telephone Co. is putjiln up a new Hn'e from this phay to oard of directors of tho Homo Woreand by irepreseinta-tlvte- s w I htousucomiMny FVJrdsvlHe. At FordsvlllJ tlfy of the A. S. of E. (roan Darfem, connect wJUi the Hartford line. and McLean, Hancoolc and Ohio counties-Whilhew line goes through Glanduane the action cf the two all other tqwns botweoni here and Foru could mat be ascertained vllle. ..,. . It is Ktaited that they will undoubtedi ly mecigo their interests and that final Basket Ball at Beaver Dam. be Ky., March IG The aotjloin on the prppaaltiori' .Willi Beaver Dam, Basket Ball teams of Greanvdlte and talaen by tha regular district molding Beaver Dam, will play on Baaver Dam of the A. S. of E. .that Is to bo bald grounds at one o'clock Saturda In Qwenshbraon April 12, whian the rna&ter will bo put before tha orgnnl-saitiloMarch 18th 1911. of wtitli tho rconHnendation Dam boys aro cantempla The Baaver .Ing a very hard game, as Greenvilla the oonunlttaa that it be accepted. has not suffered a defeat this year, Preacher Takes Peculiar Stand. while Denver Dam has lost games Chattanooga, Tenn., March 13. A hy tho Owens-bor- o which was ghien ithem special from Knoxvllle days High School boys. Inia meeting of the Knoxvillach,uroh Everybody come to Beaver Dam at one d'clcok n'ext Saturday aftiarnoon Fodenatlon (today Dr. J. J. Taylor, and, sea one of the greatest games of pastor af the First Bapthat church, causa a eensajtiian oy tne rawwwan the season.. dccknutlon: Notice to Tax Payers. The chunch 1ms no alight to anakoa of man go to churioh if ho proforto to go city taxes for the town The Hartford, Ky., for the year 1911 aro to a baseball gome, and It is an inpaid by April 1, 6 dlaldual matter iwhat a man siiall pat due. If not do ,wilth his Sundays. It perhoiw play per cent will be added. RILEY, Collector. golf or baseball or cat Ice cretum, the S. F. 33U. church has nlo rlrfit to call a police$50,000 Fire at Bowling Green. man and liave them locked up. Bowling Green, Ky., March 15. "It is not he church's business nor Fire early this morning destroyed that of itho State." property valued at $50,000. MaGtanls' Sweet Clover Seed. Uvary stable, containing 24 hordes, the armory and its contents, tha cupola of For April and May sowing. Hay, the oourthouaa and several stores pasture and fertilizer, Circular and wem deabroyad. The county Jail prlees; Bokhara Bead Co., Falmouth, was 4maeBd'and all priaottena ware Ky., 34. nesuovW under a auard uf uU4zb. Tlwo Mremeii were sllahtly ttnjured. Would lewbve, JMy From Kennt n, The prtogram for the nasular moating of the Baptist Sunday School Union is as follo,ws: TUESDAY MARCH 2S, 1911. 1:30 Devotional. 1:45. Minutes, report of Schools and N 'discussion of local problems. How to use tho Bible in the 2:30. Sunday School (work (a) Superintendent, E. W. Ford, (b) Teacher, C. D. Chick, (c) Pupil, G. H. Lawrence. 3:30. Step No. 7 dn Standard of Ex cellence Elder Birch Shields. 4:00 Questions and General Discussion. 7:00 Devotional. 1C The organized Bible Class. Saveral speakers to ha announced later. The devotional exercises will be .In charge or dl ruction of Pastor A. B. Gardner. All schools not yetorgunUed would do well to meoll: march 2Gth, distribute literature, make offerings for Homo and Foreign Missions and sand messengers to this moating. . -- '' Sues for $5,000. A suit of unusual Interest wa3 fil ed in the Ohio Circuit Clerk'3 rffice end .MrkMVQaue The Hette Local, Amenkwa Sooi-t- y oNrad a prfsa to of BHy l e Looat Uftlon Bhowtog ttw tengt Uirea nioftHie of baa 0alnvdMita Ibe IMtd itUmterd llnt tttte year. Qtftor nlxea wAtfa f trmx tlwe to tea, ,mA it r Wm b" tln frarm Wood to W la thought were onUuaau will be C4MMM MM Df MWMM ! d Mowed by Mtto mmm. The ninmar Own. Mow usad to o MatfMarial wigbt & vw dipiandnii tim wwir- - wW be i,lteaMail f Myah 90. am a4r tWak, to ttoDtertet wy Utaf wema the ixU mkt HMr QwJHy ms uwted by &, bkwl in ttio tha tofcteton U of the wU. Mny itbotwuidg of JGwhwity of uli have sos htfiwt Haflii Local Offers Prize. wm eHiail rt wl m-nouB- 'ol li mj, Corn, oats pure wheat bran, hay, feed meal, alfalfa meal, cotton seed meal, Acme horse and mule Coed, Marriage License. ' m corn chops, all kinds chicken feed. lMphn Bellamy, 21, to Janle Casay, 'chicken , 1C, grits and shells. Delivered A. S. of E. Notice. both of Fordsvllle. free anywihero In Hartford. Tho Hartford Magisterial A. S. 61 Watt, IS, Cromwell, to Dona W. E. ELLIS, E. will meat at Chapman Sohoolhioiiso Daugliorty 17, Flint Springs. 33tt Tho Produce Man. near ShluMo Chappie Church, ThursW. A. Steiwart, 21, to Dora A. Trav day March 30th 1911. Oome all you is, 15 both of Hartford, routo 5. Sold Inheritance' for a Fiddle. Equity peoplo and find out wihat we Tha Winchester Democrat says that ore going to do. Baptist Church. Mtu Lucden Bockner, bf that city G. P. JONES, Oli'm'n. Mission Board of Ohio County is one of the heirs of Uord The O. R. TINSLEY, Sac. and iwiho Baontist Association held its regular Botltlmore now stands, Japan Getting Ready for War. monthly meeting in the Hartford leased his lands to the etato pi MaryBerlin, March 15. "An American na chunch Tuesday morning. Sevten mom land, because his sons had joined the indpendenca-Thval base constructed In tha "Phllllp-plne- s here were present and an tntoivwting continental army for ' yeara 'lease iwas for ninety-nin- e Is. an intolenablo menace to Ja session held. Pastor Bxunor went to Fordavllla and expired thirty ydara ngo. The espan, and eha Is preparing to btnlke. Wednesday to ipantlclpato In (this or- - tate lis now Bald to be worth Beveral with engiando," ddclares Count Germany's most incited Htra- - dtaaitdau of two deacons for the Fords hundred millions of dollars), it is re ported, naj's itho Democro,t, that the I vllle Baptist Ohumh. gotical expert. There Is being hiJld some apodal ancestor of Mrs. Becknlar had sold bis Adranee proofs of an article to bo published by him soon funn'ahed the mocjtln! tor Sunday Bohool teaoherB interest in the estate a long tlmaago and other workers at the tfwrohtoch for a Mddlo. declared; United Wma y "It iwil.4M dondod, eveu by those ovcmlnig at 7:15 o'clock. Louis Married in Oklahoma. 'most skUoal, tliat Japan la propar- - Imtzmlngor, State Secretary for tle . -. t H, Mr. Logan R. Stevens, of Kaw, Okla-biv- ti lnjg for war aaAnst ttuo Uiutou tawa Baptist Sunday school work, is tucky Grave. formerly of this county, and these tueatings. All Sunday RevntowNdeolarea that the Jap Hartford, Cobd., March 8. Tuw aueae are"eon liuxd that Japan can school workers ana tevkted to attend Miss lino McConcle, of Burbank, Okla-- . liitzinluger will were united to marriage at Pawnee, Borvlces. body of John FKah'one of (Ibe first not to exist as a great paw-o- r those exponeata of twrn navigation, will unless the pofiSUas mavul Isupre also epcak Sunday at both the morn-le- g Okla., March 9. Rev, M. F. Ralnabar-gw- r iG4WaUted. i and evening hours be irnoml tresa Ate naytteg plaea at niacy on.ttia IiaollU: aoaat bo as to &cliool (will observe Alter their marriage, tlieo" ,wont to Tllie Sunday Danlatciwn Ky., for Jbunlal at South command.' thm C4Uncj peopla. Kaw to spend a few dajtj witJi Mr. A. Witudoof, M4a State, iwbfa ba w The Jafwaaaa akui a conquest In "Mta&tou.Day" the founth Sundlay. mka Tieaohera Tiwintlug Class wilU C. Steveae, faUier 04 ttw neom. Tkty bowi, aad a toonumant iv4Jl be awatd w&ich to,ivi(ia for a seiaure of the la hto hoaor lfi a reuohUtau ipnojytdlng PblHpplMaa( Uawalta Wanda and the aeroplete their wo4c tn4 iweok and iwiH sitant la a few daya for tkeiriieW taomaldaf- - AmeilffljLiiM)ait Waaida and Gmtn" tha radmtte exoreis8 wUl be Uld home oa Green river, near Prentls, for sueh aoMos, )w tjbto cotuoty whe itbvy .wMl iasido sl'eftt. Mleu, te adettUil by Hat Laglilatuw. ' wy RenMNttaw. He TjH's vJajiaii U Ww fowth Wednesday by W. D. Vance agaanst George H. Roach. The plaJutlfif char ges tho defendant wilth aUaruA-'nthe affections of h'J3 wife by visiting her and persistently fc;lltrs bar both in conversation and in love latters that plaintiff was unkinld to her, and was mistreating her. And by these acts lie finally suceeedad in Inducing her to leave him. 'fhis caao will bo watched, with maro than usual intoivat. Tho Plalnltff is asking $5,000 damages, and Is reprinteby Attorneys Barniett and Sm'Jth. ner and William Barry. Each has had conujderablo a.vp.rlmce in tiling of land, and thl3 was on of tlie mosit interest'lug subjvo.s ibrought up. It was shown that by tiling the washing of the soil is prevented, and that It Is just as essentol to bill fand as bottom land. No question 1 of more Importance to ithe fanner .than tiling, dud it Should be taken up by them ns soon as practicable. Secretary Pintle gave a valuable talk on "Testing Seed Corn." Supt. Henry Ueach addressed tho meeting concerning ithe Boys Conn Growing Contest, and made some splendid re-- " marks concerning agricultural courses in the Common and High schools. He stated that soon he would make aa effort to have a course placed in the High School in Hartford, anld that it would be of great value to every student, especially those desCrtag to engage In farming. Prof Leach Is highly in accord with tho "Back to the Farm Movement" and ung1! that the boys be given the idea of becoming a bcicntific farmer, instead of taking up other lines. The meeting was interesting through' out and we feel justlf&.d in eaytlcg also profitable. By a ota It ftvaa to adjourn, until the second Saturday la July. It ts to be ragajtted that the farmans will not have Uimo for some time to attend these meetings. When th nnext meatlng a largo attfjidantee should be out, and the work pushed harder tiian o'er. Thesie meeting, will bebf great valua and many new Miougihiis wiill be advanced If only a iittlatlme, effort and enthusiasm is displayed. oon-vjui- es For Sale. d le e (to-da- ..i .. -- vs oou-Uh- uJr 1. r I y . i i ,1. ) WW Will make the B Hi H H jfl fMaMflB lF HiHv fMaaaaaiK B ill' iiV A Horton, Ohio County, Kentucky. pjjjjjjjjjjjpj PV JMpjjjjjpjjju vpr BAY LEAF HAL present season of 1911 at our stables at Horton, Ky. He will be permitted to serve mares at $5 single leap,or $,10 to.in sure a colt to stand up and suck. Money is due when the service is rendered, fact as certained or mare transferred. Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but not respon sible should any occur. B lUHGb IBHBlljft HiiipSppjjBffi4IKl ppjippPlBS5!PlnHirJ j TMBrVl T'V. pjlHSfPPHijjjjVipPppT 15BlL jl LU l . ypjjjjjjjjjjjjjjlHta&pjVlpjV l jIvVlpMX Jll Description and Pedigree. BAY LEAF HAL Track; 221i, Bay Stallion, 16 hands high. BAY LEAF HAL, by Brown Hal 16,935, time 2:l2i. First Dam, Bay Leaf by Bay Tom lQ,3fT, sire of Tom Webstei 2:lli, Grand View 1:15, Pointer Hal 2:l9i, Gray Fanny 2:193, the dam of Hal Brandon 2:C7, Brandon 1:121, etc. Second dam by Pat Malone. Brown Hal 16,935, (sire of Star Pointer) l:59i, Hal Dillard 2:045, Hal Brandon 2:071, Storm 1:081, Laurel 2.061, 16 in 5:15, 39 in 2:30 and the dam'of Helena Duplex 2:08i, Cadet 2:093, Garnetta 2:l0i, Frank Creemer 2:113, etc., by Tom Hal, Jr., 16,925, dam Lizzie (dam of Little Brown ug) 2:111, etc., by John Nether and second damBlackie by John Hal. : Hr DILL GLADSTONE Also during the same time and atihe sarne place Kijtoyw jmvjmmkfUSHk momiitmm4m .K.''' HRflvHR? je. .wjlJUoffexQC 1-- ,. gH mMww' nHlBr llllllv Wr;issu-JSiirsmV54LV.Wii!Lj service our celebrated jack, DILL GLADSTONE, at- the same price and on the same conditions as the horse. DILL GLADSTONE is a hands high beautiful black Spanish jack, with white points, 15 and a splendid form. He has sired some fine colts, and is reliable in every particular. 2 GOOD BOY m&&&0 $jgSHr MuHflV A Register No. 288,878. serve cows at $1 at the privilege will 2 gate. Return v be granted. Those who appreciate fine stock should not fail to see this animal and examine his excellent qualities, which show for themselves. tainly very cheap at the price. SZMiW!!iM$m& ' red Shorthorn Bull of fine proportions and noted service. Needs to be seen -- QK9Sfc! l' v 4 IHkw "vlk$m 'miM r to be appreciated. Will The service fee is cer- I K III H I at the gate, with return privilege. "Tj. tfLegisterecl :Bixl3Lslllx, I III Duroo i JTersey. Boar, KIM t. 1 Will U serve sows Two Boars of the finesfebreed-an- d splendid sires of exceptionable qualities. at $1 .f We will give $15 in premiuma to the first and second best colts sliced by BAY LEAF HAL in year 1910 $10 to first and $5 to second best colt. We will also give $15 in premiums to the first and second best muiecolts sired by DILL GLADSTONE in the year 1910 $l6 to the first and $5 second best mule colts. Time and place of the show will be announced later on.- - The same premiums are offered for the year 1911. to the Thanking the people for their liberal patronage last year and hoping to have a large share of their business for the year 1911. we arc, respectfully i1' C. H. fl 6 R. B. THOMSON, .its Proprietors. -- . L 1 T ?? -- cr " ' " WILL SOON BE READY up to die by three of our best doctors, Remedy and Nervine I am able to be about the streets, a walking ad.- -; yertisement of the curative qualities of your remedies, although I am 70 years old." "I had been given HOUSEHOLD HELPS. (A Special Department for Our Housekeepers. Contributions ' Are You 4'Baltlmoro, Md. Accepted.) Insure dryness by eipnting tho from the grotuid. Food tha Brctls readily must not be placed In the ctiCar. )e60 i$MWt.ikiFry Jjf a Woman? 1 1 T!fTl7r"Wfc Mrs. W. H. Ison, i stand my to be Execution Room and Heath I could not "was so it swelled on the feet and I in abdomen I could hardly breathe. Chair at Eddyville. But thanks to Dr. Miles' Heart There is nothing so good p wash lace as plenty of ak:m milk. It .can ha had for smaU cCEt, so tliat J bo l.aoo Criminals Will Then be Sent to Eternity by Electric Route. It 'miudli sbihrl can througli 3fc .trial. Ky Marph 14. Eddyvillw, Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy oltctjric choir which ds to be used In are these words of Mr. Cochran. thto execution of Kentucky cnlmfottia He speaks from experience, the has baen iim.sta.Ucd In thv state prteon highest possible source of knowlannex at this place. edge. If you have any of the , fluio aruwx is a cancrttu signs of a weak heart, such as building, Unbd with stool, Wanted by pain in the left shoulder or arm, olaotrtclty arid beated .with statin. fainting and hungry spells, shortness of breath, smothering spells, -Tho annex stands near the .noritliiwa-i- t fluttcringor palpitation of the heart, gatio and connects with oelihoufu No. you need 3 by a largo door cut through tlio Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy tjtono wall. Jf The plans of .the building and the which, for over twenty years has tflocttdc chair wcixj Tnada "and the been recognized as the best prepawork porfcrrnKjd under (the supervisration of its kind to be had. ion of Captain P. V. Depp, of Baraxfli Sold under a guarantee assuring the cpunty. return of the price of tho first bottle If It Une cuuiiex has a tail nuTxiing its (alls to benefit. AT ALL DR.UGGISTS. MILES MEDICAL. CO., Elkhart, Ind. orjtlno length through Che entire. Four Eitcel lindd cetos occupy tho cast s!do of the hall, wheno condemned criminals will be conifdilnitd uipon arvlto a member of the House, to ejiare rived fovpc There are two "aaStairy" him. his carriage on going- to .extrem-ejundrJaCuTtfined with colls for the capltol in. tho .moraJng. On one room," th crftmlnala a mechanical occasion I was walking fast on dtatth. chsuniber" In wMch ihle e'ec-tri- c saw Vi!ce Piri!d;nt's the chair has been placed, wCucbto all and carriage in fror.it of me .with Mr. Fairthe exiecuitdoEB will take place under banks and Mr. BrownCoAV seated laws" of this s&te, and tine room the and lln conversation. In a moof tho "dtmllh watch." carriage atppiMid at a sCWe, vcJtngo of tho motor iwneira-io- rs ment tha fUhe; amd the VJoe RrysMdnt aKghtid and used tin the.prflaan hene ano passed lcito tha toull'tEcig whilo Jlr. to produce deaith. An order Brownlo.w remained stated In itiho carlias bden placed In. Louisville 'for a riage. I ajked him wfotire he. was gofor mlerw motor genaraiiort capacitated ing. He lucroasinng tho voltage to 2,300. With h "Oh, ncw,hiro ini particular; I am In. sixty days qvery'thDng will be In (taking a ride in the ice wlagon." flnst, execuuilcn.. Six Juat neadtmess tor tho Judge Srims said the reply was so pemsons have boon convicted and glv--n- n, good be itiold thia nWipapeflnxin for ihe daaKih pccaJty la t!ho et&te, but which BrjOiwnfow chldod him, andlstttd tho dates of exmifolon have ncit iboen if he got initio any trouble wiith his toed by Governor Willson. bills dm the senate he'd havaSims sent ' dharks Howard, convicted In ' FnauMIn county cm a charge of mur- in. Octngridss conteated. Judge Sims re plfed: der, is hare, awaiting th-- acrtton vi "Go ahisad with your contest. The tjhie count, on, a motion for ataw riemlarik was wirrtto a s'cat In .Cosg-recone-stor- y, -- Lcwistown, painful will Better than any statement we gtll dun,p, lh!s . gives Just enou.jh help you. Try It today. Any drug-could make regarding the value of eU'ffcni. m, doB Oiwny v.tiii tho nijccus- will bo glad to soil you a Ttie o Ity of search orgum arabic and bottle. 6 111. ( 5t John R. Cochran, Moist pcrcons make ,Uie mistake of do' Wtifljv rlneCtu out tbo millk, ,lr,Btid ncit uiso water at Cul and Iron while ill ktBpmc - sderal .be fneeh suiplies. put 119, Kast .Madison Jjgreral yearn, I suffered, off and on, ron womanly troubles, until finally I'gns taken down and could do natii-Tn- c' Tho pains I experienced. Ishall neVer forget I lost weight until 1 vw only skin and bones. I bollfjwould be in my grave .If I had not tnlcd Cardul." Are you like .Mrs. Ison - at street writes, "For GASTORIA IJLLLLLUiWl For Infants and Children. The Kind You Haye Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PEH CENT AVcgelaWcPreparaHonrtrAssimiiaiingineiooaandRcdula-lindie Stomachs oMBavrclscf - find fllcjvitirnrrfwl "' ' ailment? Cardul. liAOmiDA tt Bears the Signature of w lV pre-tln- laco dslronned dry without a'Jitf-onin- g. The ibcEt way to drj' laco (hot you do noli wteli to Iron tt to a'f.tth it Wgfcit on a (able covered with a tiltfrn whLto cicitb, pull out tho tdk-and pia ln,W pL'nco with many pftns. Wlton Ciny li will leak soft and ataiost like nuw. s ,n-l- ProraolcsDigcstiontTttrrMi Meaning, of Names. ncss and RestContalns neither , rir-.u-- j Shculd ycu want a K'Jlo deafer tint to thto ( lnca Mian wauliing" In milk gtves, throwth ri wnk iteni wader'. Tiito niudi ljtitc-- whcwi. cofRKi an'ad iKiVt-- no disaeirocable odor. t. - A KrmHEN'ADJUNCT. A useful nriticl'o for the kl'ohlcn is. a Eimall mdcrcseope. Show tho oocik hqw to Use It. Sho.wiill.be so ti'orffied if or.co Ejhbwn dates, jir.unies or figs that Ere gtrminfestcd itliat Eho wdl tako spscicl palr.s on washing thtm Tho mteioacope is also u&jful to Sbuck- eMaminie corKaiB, cormmcnl, wihtar. and cfjlier things, which un-kkumt ailra'sht, may be utmlauantr ly infected. If pamt of wary order thut comes in from iflho grocer, is carefully ex- amn'cd sp rtlhat It not in good condi tion 4t may be rtCurced at once, the less mJU .ba his and not the buyers. aa Susan Is Hobrew a Lily : Alma Is Lati.11, tho ICindly. Guy, I3 French, tihfe Leador. .Margaret I3 Greek, a Ptail. "Rach is Ikibnew, the Lamb. Edwun Is Saxon, a Conqueror. Paul la Lata, thw Small One. Claro U Latin, tho Bright One. ' iion., I,;in, Is a Llttlo Lion. Hugih is Dutch, tho Lofty Man. Jacob Is Hebrew, the Suplanttr. Gilbert Is Saxon, Bright as GUL Brmt is Gr.ek, tho Serious One l Onv;. 'Martin In Labln, the ' Lucius is Latin, the SMrXng Ont". Eunice Is Greek ,the Fair Victory. Peter is of Latin origin, tihe Rook. ,V' Sophia is Greek and means Wiadcm. 'Leonard. Gunman name. la Linn'Mk.. ,fFlorcncd la tjat'ln. Mib Illommlrir ( Maa-tda' Ophm.Morphinc norfliacraL Not NAnc otic, ' AW Use For Over f JtcapitMIkSSMllirKQiai yinp Sredm jhkcStti Mluimctttida KmStti- - Apcrfecl ncmedy forConsRpa- uon , sour sraroacn.uwrnwii ft J m & of Sleep. racS'unilc Signature of NEW YORK. Thirty Years iuarantcedundcrt .. Sarah, a cess. GASTORIA TMC Heibrtisv ' name,' meanis Prin- Exact Copy of Wrapper. CtNTAUft COMP ANT, ICW TOH CITY4 (.;" One. Altar. " Caesar, Latin name, mtans Hairy " Man. fWAgatha is a Greek name, tho Good "" - VARIOUS DUSTERS. Not all (housekeepers realize the importance of havtng the right kfad of duster. They will get stiff calico or llnty fabrics and nib them over. wotdon furnCiture, toitaliy untoiecilcus thait they arii not doing ttluir wcrk. Chcfi3calcfflh makes the best gecoral dutatfer for wood, silk for ftoe orna- meinits or poilshedi surflace tvnd htjavy coAtcm flannel foe iflocns. The cl&sf objectlcia .to the chie'ese- cloth duster Is .that it must bo hem-niiid, IEdlih, and Edltha are Saxon, Happi- iWaiibEtaElton: Tdmes. .Bewaro of Ointments tor Catarrh That Contains Mercury. sDffii ttteiCy and soion gOts slCmfxy A eaiibsiXtu'Jo tCiat Is quilte as good Ki'Jtlo more exptna'ive and saves much time is to buy- a Euppily of Kd band ness. V Douglass is Gaelic, signifying Dark Gray. ""'Oliver is cf Roman origin, an Olive Tree. - Rosamond Js' Saxon, the Rose of Peace. Daniel is Hebrcv, meaniing God is Judge. Lucy is tho feminine, of the Latin' Lucius. name, moans Isaac, a Hebrew, Laughter. Ex. iATMlb Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Greeley was formerly. Acting Commissioner of Patents,.and as such had full charge.of the U. S. Patent Office. Cook on patents. "Hints to inventors." "Inventions needed." "Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model for Children Cry"' FOR FLETCHER'S No Need to Stop Work. When your doctor orders you stop-work anatL handerchiefs as mercury surelyi destroy the sonse .of smell and completely dorange the-- ' It whefle system when eatering through the mucous surfaces. Such, articles should never be used excepl on. proscriptions from ineputaible as tho damage they will do is ton fold to the good you can possibly derive from them- - Hall's Gat- -, arrh Cuno, manufactured- by F. J. Cbo ney & Co., Toledo, O., contaiins no mercury, and is taken- Internally, noting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, in buy ing Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. Jt is taken Internally and made 1n Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials fr'ae. Sbjd by dnugglsts. Pnloe, 75c Ptir phy-oiicdaj- to If .tlKEo are bought at are weak, n and falling in health, day by day, but you must work as Jong as you can s:tanid. what you need is Electric Bitters to give tone. strength, and vdgor to your system, to prevent breakdown and build you .up. You know you run-dow- you say. It staggers-you.- .. 'Xcaa't" aip cStt.taji'er for use as dusters. wholesaiHe hey and can bo dlsnoscd of Don't be .weak, sickly or oiling whtn Electric Bitters will .benefit you from the fdrst dose. Thousands bless ithein for their glorious health and strength Try them. Every battle 4s (guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50c at all drugm gists, battle- - Take Hall's Family Pills for .m Corn Fodder. There are few farmers who would allow a ton of tho best thnpithy hay to go to waste In. the field, yet they thitik-nioitjbjrg of wailcg an acre of Learn to Say "No" Whlan they ask If ,wJth Enrfag, you're wearied out. '. ' u - Kr- Tell 'em "No." Vf I Tall, 'em, "No" wtota, all your iniight, .' Optoiiam's nsver trite.Put the pessumJstfs ' to dlKht. Tito 'cm "No." "VVhon thiey ask. you of ttoa wortlda. bound far r.un, Tti'u- 'cm "No." When ith'ey ask, you lfthere'a always itpouble bnjniln', '.. . . , TV.M ;; Mil 'em "Xo." '.'When thty ask you if thane's tolly to fcirgllvjne;. ,; Ttf.a 'tttn No "Na" and eay, It Joudj ' Still one is about equal feeding value. &ee that itivtry $talk, yd3, ovciry (blade, of cecn stoivtir is gB'thecied this full and prciKCly 'lwust;d. No thno should bo loit iln completing hte huskta.3 now that the corn has dried. Ininvsdlaitdy aftar th huskUng has been conii)L.jted let ithe Eitalks bo drawn undrfir covr aicd reserved, for wilnttr use. The fajnm au'knoi's ithxri'e il on earn etalks whwn they an-- properly pixipar-ti- d for thtan. The best nutans of ftjml-in- g It; to run them through a fadder mtilEtened outtor and mix thtmi ground- grain- - illhe Eitock atoo haTe a memurlal value. corn fotddicc. to, tho cither In Tipsy. The lunibewnan-Bore- d. The glazier With a palnied expression. NO MIRROR IN SICK ROOM. The mani'cuine Handsome. 'A trained nurse of Icing .expartence inainaged-Pal-e. Tha buxkot-ishc- p emphasised the flecsslty of ' keeping Ttio brida Well groomed. minrors out of thp'slcknoom. Tho ipoiico court judgie Fine. aJlo.w-e- d The patient should nercr-b(Mourmful. Tho to look at one, as tho revagu The bootblack With a shining coun brought by Illness in one's own face tftnanoe. givctf a shock which It is hard for the Tihe poker player Winsome. nurso to sofath away. Itoa rahirah boy Cheerful.Ca'sts havo been known in iwhloh The itobacconist Pufftid up. the patitmt being alloNved a glilpips'a The confocitionor Sweut. of hJaietftf nt a critical pcint of thi Tlho oanponter CMpjier. You uiaver illness tack a turn for the wore?, saw one planie. and from that tlmio (forward rank The abator Looks down upon us rnpldiy. Hpjuincptt's Magazine. THE GRIND THAT DUiXs. If a saiSBors giindisr kept his blado unceaaiangly tho oi tho - among one's frlendia. Glen's eld sdlk hankenchlefs should never bo thrown away when 'worn and thin. They are jusi the thing for dusiilng- the poliEhied surface bf the piano, Ivory ojnnairrjsEts oind fine ' china and glass ,bnic-a-ibra- c. How They Should Look. The tKtrtende'rAJl smiles. Tiber C A STO R I A auctioneer field-Wistfu- m&b GREELEY &M9INTIRE l INCORPORATED Washington, D. g; C 1 Morbid and fonbid-dln- Thleibrldge' Tih'0''AvaiIter BL'CKBEE'S BULBS' ' BULBS SUCCEEOI & wrmoneiit iriui ' tnmnr.will mKkn tcu ctUiranUd or cuaHatisfartlon tout 'Mftdeto build ESPECIAL OFFER: A" cw ave Money and Keep in Style by Reading McCall's Magazine and Using McCall Patterns Ladies! t lluilnr. -' M5CAILS HACAIIME McCirMii!n.wlU lirlli you Urcss at n moderalo clollirs and bats. styl-Islil- jr r 1 tiL. tJ.Lmtx I aixtk. Port Xt MkmImu. Drwi Tulip, Fmnol Tulip, wes iu iMtnaa l Ftillu Tail p. uaftuf. I Mtlj 1& lite ToI1p V. Souvenir ColIeetlon"P,??b'.SlS:J iKAUllful MirUl OrkM HfMlltb. FdAtbrr llTfttMfi4k.Utk.epubh ftriue&olnB.CMcu.Ciiludat.Iria.BUlM. fiiU. tEaniitimliia. Aimntt. lsirdll. - RDnfiT refunded. cxiienso liy keoplue you post oil 011 tho intutt fas li Ions In 50 mt lijMuf, vwlarau e night-watchma- Wrtie I B F 1MUM to-d- Mention this Paper j 4BISD 25 GE2IST23 totrtitM4ftdrMiklDcwd rwl iH?lutU etllwtlea .. ..., :.ti ...Ls(k vt mu ... ..n. ,Hi(wt(i ..i.i.1ii.ih(i fvliu. tufTiw vtfcnDMiti tim Ml ini..it.. U4 I IlHIlUIU NN, DUB 114 riim k I TtnMiM I . (IBM In 1(1AI1 fT" Hornni jitup LvflMfcf U IU viuk i Connntitormcn rc' or J5ttl4l a omuocm, wMtiru rw ch( wits tui mufdivn uu AiB(iTftMa ilutm "' M)V j vtsuar D...U.. in. n. lauiHiiokicawuvanaBu&rMit ISCSBDCIECEET- .- soczroED, ill. New Fashion Designs In rach Ismio. Mio valualilo Information on all lioinn ami per Only Eonal manors. Wo a year. Including o a ireo lmiieni. today or fend w ton tub 'iff fffpywu u. for frco fcaiuplo copy. ''im McCtll Ptllenii will ennlilcynu to inoko In your Willi your own hands clolhlucfor own homo. Toutbolf and rliildrnn which will ho perfect nono hluher than 15 In stylo and fit. 1'rlt-cents Pciul for freo Pattern CntuloRiie. We Will Ciit Yea Foe Ptcnl3 for cettlnr; subscriptions niiiouc your friends. Send fur frco l'rcmium Catalosuo and (.'a.sli Prizo Drier. Tll McCAlL COMPANY, 239 la 249 West 37th Si. NE17 VORE molt f scisisore vwuld soojii btj ugtes. Tlw . and proud.,, Say It opon-lik- e Howl tit out before tho crowd (TeU 'urn "No." . Th)o Hustler. Chllclrwn Cry Fairbanks and the Ice Wagon. C ASTORIA FOR FLETCHER'S of ttia dead nwmher. It bb- paare wt Bfowntow wai reisfionisfibls' the "Ice wagon for oowiaaWi Vie Fjnvtt'jteBit. FiOruacKS, Rpreajntaitii!vc'8 Thtua W, fitaas of on TiiSW'ee, In a mtimorial ad fate RjtipavwtBtotllvo Browcflw of to? TcrwwKSStto, tcid somia lnlterKaUng c4 to t, "k wi be Feikd paartjwnto; a teait Vlci-- ivesi-daM- ia wtikh lajMtei du4K U10 ws a aaBdWw' W, cm.j)JR watt W car-tooa- od as a iy hsgUii:. fcw asrf AMuyl. It.ww wrtt.-- 8. ." J8"0 ; wTiaal John W. Slckelsmlth, Greensboro, t Pa., has throe children, and children they frequently (take cold. "We have tirled severed kinds of cough medicine," ho says, "but have msvx foucd any yet that did .thorn as, much good as Chamberlain's Cough Rem: tlu-Foundaii'on wails, hienc(vr edy." For ealo by all druggiist. n touch tho eoii ehoukl, bo made Impervious. Homesickness. Dufit ds cYirogireoaible, irriitabilo and Towand yondior punple ridgya helps breed d'if;a3. Lo(w in tho. twill isfcit eky, Stmaircraoks and ansks iaro difficult Wflth mighty tvah cf iri'auoos. to clean. ,Thi3 vniW gooso ridrt-itby, Thcush windows are not iuilraairlly I ewEiBbt tell what anguish for' vewtWflition '.moat housa are dv ' Sudden and aw.t dad. dim, pcmtkm't cm ttienn for lit. Ovii of th leaden present DaiutHi'v&s, , darkneea and diit are CjaUtith me Uer hlni: look-tx- l , uonn as modern taAs. Mer4klet4 of tli'sj SouLhiBnd, IdtalJy, eiveiry housa EfhouAd havo nn 'iWttfet, wag It cswna md Wer.t? onUre, uaCly Iwth of bur driejd lair. A kMt bird si)edirng htDfHWVrd JfcrfdeliJ freo. oirculatJon cf aDr thwa "Aitor iiui day te tiiiwt? should be no coMlkJofis which will Oterlta G. MEtthtws. reader airylnipure. (Too fe.w wtadows or tfeosl-- waTon's'ly . pliccd keep thJ Uaih g,tns i V FOR FLETCHER'S sows!, suxj .r. like-mos- grind that dulls wonvtin lis not flatly duties but never kitting up en tiboai duties. The housewife who Is knowing keeps herself Ehiarpened with frequent change and nacre ation. POINTS FOR THE HOUSE. XAving rooms .fliould ,be placed In the bests positions for sunshine and dry air. Sleejilng nolams should alwiaj-- s have plenity of sunshine. A bathroom should .havo one wln-dw- x at least. Stairways and closets ought toiavo a means cf lighting and wntilutini;, Tho furnishtog of a house is determined by fashJcins looks and YYYYYYY Your Office Stationery HiHHHHIHIIIHHMHiHIIHBBIHIHHIHHMHHHHHIHHBHH Commercial Forms, Etc. Have you a good supply on handv, or isn't it about time to take your next order to the printer? Look, now, and see if it isn't time to get a new supply of Letter Heads, Envelopes, Statements or Bill Heads, and if you are ehort on anything, send an order to The Republican. If you have used printed matter done by us, you naturally will come hero when you have need for anything in our line, and there's a reason. If you have never had The Republican do the work, suppose you get, in the habit. Wo do the satisfactory kind of printing and binding. No Job is ever delivered in a shoddy, careless manner. At The Republican office you, get real satisfaction, and pay no more for tho ' ' , work here than you do elsewhere. if.you,calMhe office by 'phone or drop us A representative vvjll call upon-ypa card. . f u V H H X H H H H H X Chllrrn : Cry i '& ' i 'fSACiTdRIA ot frtM ikkmry i at a. cfc-lt- in , 1 . t: J ftl C. hortt, Hartford Republican. carried byln brwtalInfeercat or bflHatbosc of U.b then rtufg the maa cxtetir.s administration. Il-i1 THE BANK WAS R01NED Looks Bad for The Depo- Blaektoetc M AVednowbiy mm! dtty ami Mia to N-t- Mcortt Karttord, Kj., nH to law At tb rortoMke matter ot the necoid Jll weald have been elected with a I fair election. Echoes on Re;iprocity. m not Ih MiH OWKsnuboro bUDughtt hemoKri 1m Una New Day-mi- M 1. 1 H u i i A i V,M -- The TcclprccVty proigrain ccimes In Hko Hie a lion, hut tho butchers aro to gtVjlns ready to make it go but liko Address all communications Tiw Hartford Ropubllcan. a lairib WJh.ington Post. What a fin fclnie the Rspujilicaij T3BX3E3P3XOXT3ES. will have nhen they sat'ie back to CAisa"bilB.nd.... waitoh Uie Demooratsflx up Uitf Tariff. '3Coa.e- PWlaxMphda Inquirer. drud rubbeir has dropped in priio FRIDAY MARCH 17. from $3,10 pox pound tast ppnlng to d that figure nt IMkj prcs about ANNOUNCEMENT. ent time. ThtTe should of course ibe tt We are authorized to announceHon corresponding reduction In tho nrice of rubber products. Same of these W. S. Dean a candidate for to the office of Representative have oomo down, and it ds to bo thppec" that "still there's more to follciv." In the next General Assembly of tucky, subject to the action of the And 4t will be observed that this is bappcn&vg unier. tho tamo Tamlff that Pjmbllcan party. was charged wiltfi causing the high fig ures months ago. Troy TJnMfl. Was it McCcory rohrm Stumley for The Tanlff will bo an issue in nad, or did he look beyond, to O'Rear. tional poi',tl(C3 as long as ,tih)cre ar,aop-ltoit- o ' views hold iby two national It may be that wo awe niCTcJy digparties. Lawronicevllle 111., ItopuUllcan ging the Panama Canal for the bennas tos ThTlff efit of the Japanjo or soma other Now that Mr. Taft commtesicn cr Is In a fair "way to got foreign country. We will twrtataly ,to bo seen what lake large chances along this line If It soon, it remains he is til he able to do with lit to hulp we do net fortify it. his. party or his "program" ami con'" The Hartford Herald Is sti'Jl banning vince tho country at larga that it is on the supposed rottenness of the worth 335,500 a ydar In salaries and juhnary hold two years iago in this an indef linite number numbor of tihous-and- s county, but It refuses to gtvo particufor "expenseu." Chicago Intor-Occalars or to withdrew Its Blander of the present County officials, by It was supposed that Mr. Toft and ins that they were unworthy of our tho Canadians would orSy swap a support, dn a recent Issue. few Jack knives by way ot nsa!pricc!ity. been Tie Hartford Herald Js still suplnelj But great Scotland, here (Ihoy'vegrandCaminlStoelo trading the family Bible and asking lis State mother's ccilomial furnituro. Xorwalk meet one more time ami call a O. Reflector. Sit&'o Central Well the The Democratic and Free-Trad- e has met the hut time and New York Evening Post pays tritoute decided on a primary, and what dsthe "alleged organ" of Oho democracy for to Senator Cummins because of the similarity of his TeasoDi'.ng 'ltn fjhat Ohio County going to do about It? of (the Jate Grovcr Cleveland in the dls Tfhe efforts upon the part of the cussion of questions Jlke Tanlff nqvl-s!o- n State AgrlcuKuralDepaiitment (to stlmu and ship subsidy. The Everiag tn conn growing Post showed disoretlon in not attempt late an Jniierr-- tt among the boys of Kentucky, ds ito be ing to carry the analogy too far. Des commended In the highest tonus. Molnjs Capital Moro corn to the acre, and snore corn Every thing lis cut and dnkd fcr .and less tetneco is what we mod in except that unoeKtaln quanti4Jhe State. HIM, a bourno from ty on Oari-ta- l sunshine and whence no avciprcclfcy traVy rourns. A few more days of Washingi'on Post. good weather will relegate the road When out of power Democra'a genquestion to the rear, we fear. Unless jxraofthlng can be accomplished while erally agree faiiiiy well on ithe Taqlff, they hoivo had an oppor- Jthe mud is with us, wo will remain but wihtincAer tunuty to legieCate tt has always hapto the position of the man. who told traveler that the rea- pened .that a great many of them iSbe Arkansas did not put any roof on his want PratitCi'iion for their loical inbjr- son he house was beeauso It was Impossible cats. This tendency is evident again, if when It was rolrtag, and when it and before he next Congrete Is long in session there probably will ,be tgome wasn't ra&Jng ho didn't need it. Eihairj) quanreils afoot. San 'Francisco -... 3ll-wr.., ono-thlrn. con-TentiCom-mititoe cuti-ficatio- n, J. M. BARNETT NEY FOSTER ..Cdltort and Proprietors itors. Two States Bank sit H -- t Stejfaensport Wrecked and Only tk&Fix- - at jgwatory. Mr. tw Hart's ftwnCly are qwlte lAck with waawtai. . caMdH to rm Mary Harrtam" th bcuMde of fcer Mtlo niphuw, Del'-ber- t Htrr Ja Owcscao laei M.aniday who Is vfcry ick with miics and ' pneuntoirfa. Mr. Bnd Mm. Wl Oeatry and 'Mr. Joe Petty wera at th beWd-- of ir. ( Samiwl Oenttry Baturrimy. Mr. Rowe IJarrkon i cm tlhsj alck list. UNCLE SAW ? w calls your attention to a comparative taUrrrent ofhis bank as of March 7, 1911, made..toftlio comptroller of thb currency, and of m ml date 1910, which shows an incroasd of morltlianj, $150,000."oo In One Year turns arfi I rff March H: Tho o'os-ln-g of the Two States Dweic nt this place a few daj's ago, and the wfcfjc-abou- ts of the) former oashderjcihini S. Adair, ano tho all BbeoriWrg fcoinlos of tho town. It lis eald tdit aftr ohc bank closed Judge Adair, went to 'Ha' esville, and later was occorogjankd t Owensboro by his wife and 1i.y ar now supposed to be in '.MIsstaliM'l "Tliio bank 1s ruinad," eatd Orlando Smith, ono of iliho hicavieat B,VcktoM-er- s, "and any number cf my assoolatcs are insalvcmtv Thcry won't beablo to heln to meet the daubla Uabillity bank act" At Hawcavillo tho Postal store, of which Judge Adaifr aa the principal owner, closed recently and tho gooes In stock wore shipped flffity; in cng night. Thie Happy Hollqw,j 'Tobacco cempamy at Hawesvlllo fis ano tin r pf tiio Adair ontorpriii3i Only recjn'tly Bpicclal efforts wtro made to greatly Increased itho capital stBolt otthlsMn-oernan- d it is said that consul.FUbh success attended tho efforts. Now .that Adair's record is being looked into carefully everypnp sietiy to know that ho was meiveir'a. rucccus to-da- y, rie " Mias Stetlla Fprtiran and MJsa CarWoMs vkitud' Miss Amalq Douglas Mias Olivia. f eoispont, Storm March 7, 19 1L Maich 7, 1910. nvsnttnrira RESOURCES. Harrtocn and littio sister Mary Elizabeth, visited Mtcs Loans and D'scounCa....$ 754,763.71 Loans and Discounts ..$ 837.WS7..3I C4010 Orerttirafts 768.92 Luclle aaid Bonnie Barrett Saturday Overdrafts , j. i evening. U. S. U. S. Bonds and Pre-Bonds and Pre-fc w am X- 181,140.53 mlums .. 2l,0o.l . .... Minims ( th Claims Dr. J. T. MillerA Banking House, FurnI- A$ BanMng Houan, Fural- Afjfcer an Illncsa of atouit ten Mays, 20,000.00 tiuro and Fixtures .. turo and Fixtures .... 22,0uti.00 Cash $69,850.08 $S0,465.90 Dr. J. T. Miller, one of tho oldest CasJi Dukj from phjuildans In Ohio Ccfurfy in paint ofi Due from m W1, n t v ' 'Banks' Ban)B pra'stlc, passed away last Satin'd. i ' and U. and U. ight apoutt 9:00 o'clock. The furjal 157,033.11 S. 97,684.43 S. Tncas. . 87,183.03 178,150 33 Treas. sesvlcca wero cpm,duct!.tt ait tho olao- dlst GnTrroh, Sunday aifbirrxcin a 2:30 ' $1,115,583.71 $1,268,702.30(6 o'clock by Rev. Virgil E'g'ji. D,r. Milkr LIABILITIES..' ' ' LIABILITIES. ler had beien a member of tho Mo'iia-dl- st $ 230,000.00 Capital Sfccok Capfltal Stock $ 250,000.00 church since early manhood, and 5,GO0.0O 2,600.00 Surplus Fund Surplus Fucd...r.. .. was cro of tug most prorcdnact 7,916.23 Undivided Profits .. .. 12.G94.6S local ccnecxigatlon. He had Undivided Profits .. '.., lSO.OO'O.Orf arculiation .... 230ifrfb.0O . t, besnon'. of the trustees ton many years Circulation ,v ".''.". '770,607.82' '.. 67o,167.51 Deposits At tho ckeo of the funeral s3rtoei3, Deposits V-the entormient took place at Oakwood Saturday. f mLm-barsofi'- hs $1,115,583.74 $1,268,702.50 QQ of the employes in the SS PA ran4 A Vl VVlll. borof all bank failures are caused by employes,K rowing too much of the bank's capital. NdNE United States National Bank can borrow one cent out of that bank. Make the United States National your banking home. It will loan you money or pay interest on J time deposits. fiinainctally and that toe was itihi ono man who should never liavobeien mad a cadiler of any bank. He is sa.d7) have lost his first mimeyin a eiai' route contract in tho far west, wih the cost tot cporatloni wil'xih ha at hundreds, nm into (ihn ijlu Them' ne'is said to have bought Mo., a wood tract of land expextilng to make a pack cl H iahh tho city extended its limits rctl that ha laat $C,000 on this.. Aactih.ir of his ijntvrpmjsos was Liho maiau failure of a fcfltiilzer ffcm a kbd of dark clay, lihat abounds in the vicinity of this place, A email perocinitago Df chemithe cals .wTas to bo usejl and 'then product wai to bo put on itiho market at a hlighi proflu Heffe waa aircither ,, loss. In many woijis Adair Is boirs oom-panri-mat- ed ed E.T.Franks. J. W. McCulloch.J. J. J. SWEENEY, LAWSON KENO, D1KUUTUK5. T. Griffith, John HENRY WILE, DR ARETAEUS KIRK. Thixton.C. E. Birk, DR. J. T. (MILLER. presence of a largo ocvuiraj cf friemidls and sympathizers, conduptcd by tiho local Moscnic Loidge, of which Dr. Mitelr was an honors! member. Tlhapaill hearers wero: Massrs W. H. iJIoore, J. C. Riley Jcton B. Wilson, T. H. Smltlhr J. 'A. Purr.on and D. FcAj Dr. Miller graduated from the Jeffireon Medical CcCAcga, in Phlladolphiia, in the year 1871, hnd. foi'forty years practiced his pnafes slon in tin's and adjolmlng couniUes with marked success. Hie? was married In 1880 to Miss Jenrole Short, and ho is survived by a wife and five children, MIsss Lizzie, Irerte, Helena and Messrs. Davldond Joo aiillor. Dr. MiUkr will he very mueh missed from thie walks of men .by hiaifel-io- w Ohio citizens of Hantford and couny. No man stood tl'gher in tho estimation of itho inecplo for ex- haltwl character, hcnetJty, and sympa thetic fair dealing among his fellow men. cometeny, in th -- r 1 ., . . IrJt, :3 ' rvV ' m V ' ?H"'"t . jjff. v;.. to Jas. H. Parnlhundeip(.-wlho&- e i JwmMmi rt CO J TJfce Courier-Journ- al has at last ChixMiicle. -- been onafoled to boo that the tbibac-o- o grower is being Depressed by the trust and is urging the farmers to "quit acting the fool and stick togeth er." Two or three years ago, the C J. gave tho farmer's organizations in Kentucky some of the heflrdest blows, hy suffering its columns to be used for the punpose of misrepresentation by the enemies of the tobacco growers. It's eyes sacm to have been opened 'hy the fact that the Amierd-ca- n Tobacco Company ilast year paid dividends to the amount of $25,000,000 (the hope Wie pi the Courier-Journ- al will be genuine and permanent. Of course Two and Two Makes Four. with Tho advocates of Free-TflaCanada ta farm produces dcolare .that th Iciwa farmer will not bo Injur-iIn any npprea'ablo degree by fcuch an anraogement. On itho other hand, the object of tho proposed agreement is avowed, it is to lower .the cost of living by r.sduc-Ir- g That the prices of is the reaaon (why all of New England n wStto ttoi of lihe flittienman of Gloucester, is airging the approval of the agreement. Now, if tho Wesorn farmer is not going to be injured (by Froe-Trad- o with Canada that is, if the pnioes of farm produots Willi not bo reduced hKw can as a result of Free-Tratho cost of living 1m afftcteid? Agni'n, if the effect of the agreement Is to rduee tho prices of rtock, butter, eggs, pcultry and eesKofs. how is It to ha maln.a,roed that the farmer willl not bo tho loser? No, tiie Canadian reciprocity does net look rosy from tllie Wiestern Jew. Sato though it may bo sound though Its provisions may look, tho tofal absence from Sts first repcutid fnae, of a'J produoUonisi of the Ioiwa farmer on- thufllng over its conditions. Anamoba Iowa Eureka. do d food-stuffsj exo-pitiode managememt the Oiwengboro Savings bank wont under, but Adair was far moro of a dneamar than Parcltn. Par-risi- h lefifi somoUiirg suibslSantial behind to Eihaw .whore some of jtha rash went but Adair left nothing. And then, Painnlsh was a anost prayerful man, while Adailr was an agnostic, or infidel. iHe nievqr made any church pretensions whato,er. He was a prac tical palltloan in every j.senso cxcktjit that 'he was not a drinking man. to-w- lt: For Rent. One hundred and ten acres v , ot good land, In Rough River bottoms andgoo farm house Situated near Narrows, " Ky. Apply to, CHARLES CARTER, i 25tf Narrow PRENTI5. Horses for Sale. Will sell at a bargain, one good work horso and one good mare. Bath In good condition, and will work anywhere. If you need a horse hero Is a baiigailn for you. For fuiitber lnforniatlarn call on, BARNETT ANDTOSTER, 34tf Hartford, Ky. rv THOMAS MONUMENTAL WORKS HARTFORD, KY. s;jy. f to the Hantford that a little paper Jik ours would dare oppose the policy of n president of its party or any of its great leaders. This is because has always tuckthe Hartford Ikn-aled Sita tail and followed blindly any nominee, or high offJolal of iit party, no oia'Cm" whether right or wrong In1 the meantime wo shall .pursue the , ertien tenor of our way stankllng by the inf'jerett. of our homo netople, and jmofflt especially the agriculturist, who only hope x for the is the prospttrfity of tho country, no matter oomo in conflict in Kills with whom stand. Tho propos-- d naa'procitytna-- y whicih is being Ibatekcd by the .parity can bo of no ibenoflt to Bey farmer in the entire United States and do one has over yet been able It to potaxl out in what particular can benefit this class of uur citi- jseos. it looks E'trango March 10. Farmers in Wiii'feneAs'h-borihoo- d -- to Dem-ocant- ic Farmers to Pay for Reciprocity. The gist of our proposed reciprocity with Canada seems to be that everything .the farmer has to sell is to V 'i f our soldiers are being used to ptcjfetuato the Diaz djna.-itin Mexico, It Is an unirdonable 'blunder xifoa the pant of those In authority Ninety-nln- o Per at Washington. eat of tho people la this country J y HI. t 4 jfire dm with tine revolu-ttoate- ts V . and billavo that lUwjy IhavO e Juat cause. Duiilng 4ituo last cam-fuifX or pjxslden). txf Mexico, Ma- 4ipo, tJio oppcnitnt of Diaz, Maa ttnxwn Into prison and kept there un- ' til after the uleqtion for no Uther he luul tho bardl- SMwa Aban . to bcooiae a caaidkkUe gtfinbt , ,(Mur fwaavwt l'Ptsklowt; Suppcww 4k 'V.JJitwIi'lteaB' YrwMeat had ttusnva Mr. t jMo prteou. during the Ut Wtu Mud HHtlltSo Jver)0H) would ksow (Um elqctlea wa Xit)t that -- & came In free, while averyfhjng ho has to buy is weJLl Protected. That "ho Inltencsts" aro weM taiecn caro of Is shown In (Jhe schediule letting whi?at In free, yet flour Is tax- Wool Growers AttentiM. od fifty cents per barrel; also, live The Wool Oroware win vncU t bo an'lmals one Cree, but aanniqd or Hacked moats pay a duty of one onld one-ha- lf Court House In Hartford tluSi, he cents jkjt pound. The, famner Couoit UivnAon of the A. 8. d7Vb.;;w? of Now York and Now Entend is ex Una fkm. Friday in April. AaW'u'r pected to'connteto the Earf.n to to be eolocted at that Uuwj;"Afl yv Canadtarvs whopjicit onlly have liheiaaor wool growera aWend. E. C. BAIRD, CWH'. mk uiw. Ken tucir muur diwi 18 u $20 farm wet weather. The roads in this Action are 'reasonably good due to the new moad ei's-teLets continue the good work un-ti- 'l we have good roads throuhjout ', Ohio county. TJie farmers of this lvsIahbonWood met at Prentis, March 7 tend fofniied a coal pool known, ns the Slaty Cn-jeCpal Pool Co., whiali imbraceB over 2500 acres of as good coal aa'thej is in Wcstren Kentucky. Tho fawmers ana beginning to learn that itbteyhavs to look after their own inteirfsjt Mr. J. W. Shaver who has b"an to Ms moom r soHWH'tfBW "v' is not much improved. Mrs. L. M. Roatih has tunned from Loulsvllio where Klhe, "yrwt to undergo an operation. She tta mueh Improved. ' haVe been delnjyd in, JtlitAr ork on account of the coaMnii-e- d ",4'' SMALLH0US. March Oir. R. P, Bonna'to and family of Beda, havo moved ItinhHr farm near here. Wo ana (glad to havo thorn in our midst again. Mrs. John Barnard, who has hen quiito ill for sometime, is some better at this writing. Mrs. Alva. Calloway and Mrs. Robert Hunter ure on the sick list. Mr. Alva Calloway went to Hartford Has Monday and Friday. f Mr. Jim CaUoway of Con tertlown, was in thie community Menem. S. E. Hutter and Alanzo Franco went to Beaver Dam Mill Saturday with a load of wheat. David' Oidfeam a soldier boy who has be n HtwtOoned wjt Fort 'Ta)h'jng-to- o, has served bia 'eslWimunt and 12. laat-.wtfc- FIFTY MULES Fifty good farm mules for sale, from 3 to 6 years old, 14 2 to 16 1-- k i j - eon-flne- ed hands high, in strong flesh, but not sufficient., to ship. . These mules will be sold at a bargain, as I am going to close them put by' April -- 1st returned to h'a ibcane. Mr. Jofrn Dennott, te the gueelt of bto pwrente, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Uiit-ne- tt are guaranteed to be sound and to work. Parties from Ohioxcounty will arrive at our AH mules sold , near ruera. 'Mr, HormaaAddlngtiew asd fwiiiyH aaa. MU:'Aha'. iuvj vHAig WtetlveB near Ceatwrtqwaa. place on M. H. k E. trai at 945 a. in Jr, or, $35 ,td tht xAs to sorao of u aatiaougi someone were trjilng to irolee a big It lot oi poUUoal oapUaJ. and Wiat the farmer to expected to 4foi bHl. hUip up and pay oanaoVnWon. k)t fcfec-r- o fvik, te Tfcj "jwonn" ha boea kaawn totiwa fuul U It should happm to turn in 1912. the greU,et livtog ntfttiwcMHlwri WsliA'teKSTB seaMtMag drop. ClMrM Fivbote. There is oae ayhar yr Mre. ConcWda AddlnwUw, who haa bea quM W, la MisetM uva and. Gara iARRETTSFERRYi' Bnqwu Ah frmta of frlendg &' March 12. Farmers ana qtilM 1W Meorawn ftroai Saturday .uclil Mcmday wxw preparing for another Mr. Row Morton and 1mHty,.ot Cen- Mr. Samuel Q entry tnri vwt )he gucHn of Db for- wkh that dreadful dfcefege cimip-Uo- r tatra paraata, Mr. aad Mv. Sam aed Is not expttttcd to Mm Wta MaHxm aar bjrm TutrnMy, fw dajw. Dw. Luwtaee andaICjwr Mr.r Lutfcr A4diaa4B wf eaUwl to Me beduid Out irWpV ta gas4t ef th tetters par iwf ante, Mr. aad Mrs.. Bfqww, ibM- old aUU of Mr. aad Mf&Jimm fori same day 2Vclock' deliver W Fuat bttr. vte t.0. Ohio mules to iUstination ', , s, . VkJ cn. C, 'J aa VIC. FIOBERTSQJN, Hrdinstt4rc9 Ky. f 1 AS f- - Wi i - ' ii Tbi. pi V iorre u eo Aitcnicy s. A. Andfrecc. Call W. 1L ir.t a No. 47. few days in LoutaviUo laut week on Pho bain is. MrAmosR. Qarnon left Waleeaday nr.c-i.i- r barrel of f for Loui!.tOIK, after a rlumt vktt torw JKfift r CMh-Jowl and Greens Moon? & Soji for Jcwl. 5 Mr. J. A. Bilbro, who has t-- i tr Patent Leather Read our guarantee and think what it means to you : Guaranteed 6lck for soma tttr.o with ioipjroid . vcr, ia ablo to b--j cut again. Hccna msdo lard. Fresh add cured , nioo country rnnns. W. H. MOORE. & SON! Mr. and M:b. Adcilphus Mirriphy, of Dinndm. nm tho liarcintB of a bnv that nraivid lar. wilk. ,rp. J. A. Duff ail- -i tendfcng physician, m:-ats- JMWUO PJCktlS. W. II. MOORE & SOtf. l&ftftfiftftftAft&ftft New Suits New Shoes 4? -- AAAAAA. J)ij adaO JS 5 PI c HAVE 0U A PHONOGRAPH? IF HAVE, COME AND SELECT 90ME OF TJ1E 200 NEW RECODS JUST RECJ.IVED. IF NOT, DO NOT CONTINUE TO DO YOUR FAMILY A GREAT INJUSTICE BY FAILING TO BUY ONE. J. B. TAPPA'N, JEWELER AND OPTICIAN, HARTFORD, KY. .Vffi c 0 & i 4 ? New Hats New Haberdashery! KtffiffMBBMM i l t 0 c c . If the "Burrojaps" upper breaks through before the first sole Is warn through, we will replace with a new pair FREE. All our Burrojaps Patent Leather is guaranteed to the wearer. Style and fi't are also our strong features. Let us fit you out today. WE OWN OUR TANNERIES We tan New Oak 01 ft- -r .' i V " 1 Che Democrat at that FOR SALE Farm on Rough river, place, was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. 5 miles North of Hartford, Ky. This Jcflm Thomas last week. farm contains 210 acres. Will sell Wo buy groceries - small auanti- or divide to suit purchaser. Has tfaj therefore tyoi will always find all seven-roodwelling in good repair, our stock nice, cHan and flno barn, good orchard, plenty of 11U1U (SHAPE &J9VTV fALKAKU (JU, W. II. MOORE & SOX. ?s VH water and a flno lot of taw.og UmV r& BROCKTON. j MASS. -Mfaa Gcrtru.de Wright vialted Rela ber. Prlco $2,400. tives at Calhoun last week, and has A. C. YEISER, & CO. resumed lucr duties In Barnard and 32tf Hartford, Ky. Company's mOTneiry dapartmetat. . .!.upi. a. u. wnite la1- J5Jt uJin'iiif- -' At t's regular meeting here Sattir-- , I m e'd one of the flne.it plcaHuro barges day. the Fanncra' Club .VflSid an n which has ever been In tho Bcugh Journmerit until the second.' Sa.urds river waters. It w'- -l be used during in Ju.y. the summer, months for picnic par- Ohio Tirtbe of Red Men of Muta iplcio tiefe It Is 11 and fishing excurslors. will cfcnftr the Adoption degne net by 3S feet and will be cnu'riped tJr Wednesday night on ?3veral cand excursions with a s.eatlrg ca..a.ify dates. A geed attendance is dred. We mean our usual Big line of Men's. Boys'- - and about ono hundred and th.-ty- Ir. D. Fond and Jlir, S. F. Stcfw.ras flve. The boat was constructed by NOW for your Ladies' Low Cut Shoes Ready RIGHT returned 3aat Friday from Owxaiilbciro, master machanlc, M. Bean inspection. Call and see the wihere thiey had beien caJlu'd on toaul-ne. Tho following joung men have connocit'd with the A. S. of E. been enlisted In the U. S. Aiimy, at Tho Cheapest Place of Earth to buy the rewuitins i.aticn at BeavenDani, all kinds of Seeds. stneo our las;t Issue: Logan IRON-CLA- D Cp. GUARANTEE and The OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY Read carefully above Cecil Embrey, Dl'Jard Mnton, FU.lx Hartford, Ky. 29tf pays to trade with a house that Hurt, all of Ohio county, and I.ivjo remember that Mrs. Laura Stevens has rieitunned Cara.T. of Medford, Okla. Thlsmakts SAVES YOU MONEY. frrtm nni.wl.tv. - La., wihk.ro she vii'.tjd a total cf thirty men who have been s Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Talhr, and al- enV&t d by F.dvate Trader, who is so attended the Mardl Gnas at NtW in chargj of the Ettation at Beaver Dam, In itho last few weeks. Miss Ekna Smith ixiturned to her is rupo-te- d that th. Fordsvillo Jlonday, after Banking Company, (hat reOinHy made homo at heno with her lather, an a suvtral dajTS-Vkihas a proposition Trom Frof. T. J. Smlllh, of HoftKord an n'an who agreies to take Colletge. ovr the business of tiho banilc, and County Judge RriWeddwig- and pay tho depositors dollar fox dcllar, Asskjssor Bernaird Felix tefit and collect the noties, Cite, ns th.y mcpniicg for Frankfort, where Uney become duia It Is thought by this attendied a mooting of the Board of, armangcmieEit that only the Etttckhoil-dti- rs Equalization. will lose by this agreement Oanbon typewriter paper for sale at "Alien, the llvoryman and but the maititcjr has not been fully Mr. F. M. 34tf, The RepubUc-a- i office. stockman cf Ceaii tirtown whosw ad- V .. lniQnathcr column WTe are receiving new spring goods verti's:mtai.t!ap!Feaii8 , Mr. Harry N. Bennett was hero MARCH 17. FRIDAY fof Th9Reiputb.Ican, paid us a pLas-- Sunday evening and Monday eciti-iut- e every day. CARSON & CO. Mr.5. J. L. Hurt, rute2, was a anit call Tu'.lsday to tho homo of his parents, Mr. and and family lot: jins, J. C. Bonnutt, ntair Krones. Mr. Mr. Dav-- d More-lanIlUnolsCentralRallroad Time pleasant caller. Monday. Wlj,0 j3 ,Woll knoiwin in this Table. Whwi jtcku think of Duugs, think yekitebrday fcrlheilritipmeatWnynesbrrojiji-, after a ten days vls.lt Iiitk.. 0ityt jj jUt Berved a threie year At Beaver Dam Ky. 35tl oj ,the Ohio County Drrog Co. d pl'.as'd with the South 'cxillstmetit iin the aimy. H-- was aro Dr. T. D. RfJifraw, of Dundcks, Itrau- - Tihylike-J-hi- well ' Sonlh Bonnd. waw homie. Nortli Bound. ti.oi.lcd at Fca Thomas, Ky,., for sev- No.lldu.U:S5a.u. sajcitcid busjrrass In Louisville this, Ko.l32du(4 05 a m. Elder W. ,B. Wnlght filled Ms rcgu-- 1 oral moniLhs. Ho will leave in a few No. Ktldue 2.48 p.m. weak. .Ho.12ttuMI.28p.in. MJeh., Wheju h No.nldne8Mp. m laraippcdnitmentatthe' Christian church weeks for Ear-I- t, 'o.lQSdn p.m. Your PPftscFilptimi Js bitipg f.Dle-a)t Beaver Dam Sunday and conduotd will probably engage In the automo at, Ohio County Drug Co. Call ilaand chapel exvwcjsus at West KcnKuftky bile business. 35tl. H. & E. Railroad Time Table get it. M. Seminary Monday morning. Mr. Emmtitt Graves, of E'.lniitth is Mr. AMtsi. May la't SituTday Cor at Hartford, Ky. At tho regular meeting of Acme bulldlnig a riealdmice at thalt iIace, Evan&vlKia, 'Ind., where he Ihas aoacipt Cibt oma segond and 5!.il as soon a3 pcea'bl's effect (.wo Uodgo latt Friday Time table effective Sunday Dec. dd position. ' a degree member was 'ln'itilaited in(o the moro nice dwellings. He also 4th, contains ttp following schedules: Judge J. P. Miller of Cromwell, visit eaW.-n- g No. 112 North Bound due 7:29 a. m. third degree, and three amplications an as! handle facand friends hero Sutitrday for membership ,wre iTecelved. ed dally except Sunday. tory at that place in the Spring, if nigbit and Sunday. No 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. Leave your Laundry at Cleve Her's ha can cociiract for enougjh hiclkory daily except Suuday Mr. Sam W.Bcdfccd, of Owontboro, grocery. Work guaranteed and prompt , timber to justify him. Ho has Just No, 115 South Bound due 8:55 a. m. was mixing with frlcxids hne this ilnllvorv Airont fnr Madlsonvllle i ivitiirnnd from Arkansas, wbtero for weak, and tiransacti'Jig bueinees. Rtpnin T.nundrv. ladlsnnvllln Ice & Hr.mi tlnw ha was conniicttd with an . dally except Sunday. No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p m. tf ' ax handle factory and ds quite icxirl-Rcus- h Cittte JIlss Em:iy Fair Riil-.y- , whose Laundry Company,' Incorporated, dally except Sunday, Loilgo No. 110, Kmlghts' cnoed. in buEtoeas. Is lllncsy we r.ipoated laeii week, Rlvor H. B. MISCHKE Agt. 4.m.i1 tf. r.yiIH( rt X thougtot to be cons'diijjTijbly impnovod. UU1U l Ul T..liif. 0 Eliscwhero in this issuia of The Tuesday iwcnlng, and was Eilvcn an will bo found the We have for salrfstrlctly pure CNow W. of Ctal H. J. GcsrsueOi, tho a Orleans Molasses, right from the plan- e.eel.ent talk by Knt'sM Sam Mr; WlUiam Riley, city, vVm Bedford of Star Lodge, ot Owais-tor- wdl known auCJonacr of Irviingiton, tation. caller Tuesday. K He has had fifteen yenirs exp.r-ijno- o CO. HARTFORD GROCERY autiilon sales, Mrs. Mattto Banrcitt was a rikns- and"Mrs7"E. "TT"wlllIamfl rein. conduotlns Mr. Best Northern White Seed Oats turned Monday feem a vicxt ,with tho and is recommended vyr highly by ant caller, Tuesday. 50 cents-p- er bushel. latter'sffc-CatlveaaEarllnzteir aadBre- - those with wihom he hus boen con- t We lead." In, fine Stationery. Ohio W. E. ELLIS, mere. Mr. Wllltairs was J3:j.tnHtp-Jrii:i- " d in any capable. .Hc8, change. 35tl. County Drug Co., ' .. . . J5 I.. The Produce Man. 32t4 klinBMWo wtito away, ha.'kig 'pt$n areklqukBO reasoranie, anti.ajviujiu j" Dr. J. A. Duff, of Dundee, was a Mcw-nalrFiairk, caJicd there on bus'jnes. , Ckjoicoumty who Is gang to ,havo a Mr. Sam Janes,'' of pleasant calkir Saturday. 01.1a., who haa boen vlet'llilng his Mr. Simon Smith, of FardsvtlMer left isai would do ,wdl to wiile him. If is In a good thing Qhlo Oaun-- j moth'cr, Mrs. Salllo Jones, wlill lejuve .VieidncBday for Nashville, Ttann., with I Among these heno Sunday form a 35tl. ty Drug Co., will havolt. y l hils (rilck lunreo. He has signed a lot Ms 'Ivame. distance fco attend the funeral service com- la. largo carnU-a- l Best Northern "White Seed Oats Miss Popple Nail, who condiuots the oonitract with cf Dr. J,. T. Mllkr veem: Mr. and CO cents per bushel. milllnxy tlepartment at IhQ RdacnA paniy ami win umr mi w uio imyc Mrs. D. L. Miller, Beaver Daim; Mr. Harlford Mill Co. 33tf Watt dry gcod Botro, baa rtjurped JIarvin Miller, of Oweneboio; Mr. M. Mti-- . .lohn A. ,B&orustt. who ha3 beiCin J. Held and Mrs. P. 0. McKertaey, of , from the Eastwn marlAita. iMir. J: H. Helton, of Fondrv-J- l, in Tenineesee for tho past several Rockport; Mrs. Frank M'.ze, of SacTa-menland Jlr. Mlt Comb... routed, .wore W,e have just opened up a moatbg, wa hera Saturday cal'Jntg on Mr. and Mis B. S. ChamlacfT pleasant callU.. Tiwactey. Oxof men's and lad-ti-frlcmdB. Afitor a bfeort visit wv'Ui his lain and Missea Fllydla and Manllssa We are pnegmred to snow you lDtn fords and Shoes, also a fine-- lot of panenfls ner Kronoe, ho la(t this iweiek Foetr, of Nocrcek; Mr. and Mrs. U. spring Clothing and Drosa Goods. of now mrciundiee for eprlns. for Oklahoma, where h will ensaso S.rFaught, of Cnttirtciwn; Mrs. CARSON & CO. Carson & co. in huIneea. Mr. Frv.d Millar and Mr. r. and Mr. Iaaafl Fosler awl llP Mr. John W. TajJor, of Lltchfkld, andMwu Worth Tlchnnor. AAton.ys Bnnwt Woodward and Otto UeEXHi, YmcMf tptot SumJBy with Wj were & Rockporo Tu hl oaraats. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. '" TheWewnial meeting .of tho lipid Mrs. prUCT, Saturday. ' Mr. T,iylcr has taJjtegideyPMttJiMia. Mn. FTeptcc's parm, . Cap, Jurisdiction U,. Woodmen, of S. T. Brown, of aonteripwti, who neotfftly purobasd 'a boTilKng IhQ'h Beq. B. S. Chambwlaln, of NoQnoVk thie World, was held In MajJiisonUllo hv tetoa (juke 111 h Mm eV at LettAhflaid, and Is UiU oqulftp&d TttWday and, .Wedneaday. Tha Morn- feasor of Sir. Luke BiximseV' to boMie aW binds of Wtft drinks. lng aad Noon dosrees were conferred Jb3r wah Km eweh ety-lx- . birthday WoKly ot last H4a on"aviena hundred oatKlildatcq by the AM preoB owing me will ptease II. B. Btl!vn wJc, ITof. miX Owworo degree team. Tbie mOI asd wake of" Mr, Brawl's old-Mtoc-Uea FOR U. S. ARMY: Able- - In'sn wr held In the tabernacle at . W. FQKD, M. D. Jftaida and rJtlw- - lo diaaer. men bayewx ages that pM, and a mctitinig was hold bodJed Mr. A. C. Xoimr, Uw raH erft at e of 18 and 36; oitKwM of Uatd States Wietooadny &jht fcr the election of g mttviora Rteular jne4jl-i, famMPfted bu-- 1 Ml-0WthTbul oKieera. Megirs. ASTaCittir m4 1swm4 COuwch An thte -- ty next of good aharaaUr ad toroporote habt ' ghww Ja Fotiitovm, Tamafay. WLpAtig I at it), who oaa svaak road a&d' write Pawiiai aad Brch Ticbtnor repBastmi.- gw.i.gj wdrcilag acd ' No. a vJn-r- y Jbe Vacltak laaguaga, For telora- - edi& ledge at thte place, Caanup geeres of rarkable vatoea In our tls w&tf.vs - tioi agftfy o KarwtiBS urncr, .Main 20fMird wAuraid yetturdy nioa-n9ftartc 'wl b tafcaa tor mi Smr.s , Bmvm: Daw, Ky. Mtf. la. Miaiwna fUtOCHRY GO. Sole Leather for our exclusive use, and use it in ever inocs vte manuraciure. instead ot opening the nnres, as in ordinary sole leather, and filling the leather with substances which are detrimental to its wear and cause it to easily absorb t ,! ! .1.. .!..... tve fciiu me !.. uiuiaiuic, Mx Im! .L iiurcs inure cjosciy, uimi luicigu matter, and make our Oak Sole Leather prac tically moisture ana wear proot. .jCiRRFO --- Mr. AnihOT Petty, for ir.cn of '.too: iVVo beg to call the attention cf Mir Jt..6)d bis par-ft Ln'tahffcCd GazuUc, readers to tho largo ndvertlstmtJnit in cms, Jiie'igo nr.d Mm. R. R. Wedding, tms issue or the uaiti-- u staiis Saiiunday and Sunday. Bank of Owcfflntocro. This Is County Clerk W. S. Tlrsley la In. on? of tho larg.st and gafE. tumk-ln- g to attend tho institutions in the ocuntry nnd Frankfort, ithls Board of Equalization, concerning the lsF und.T exiKTlemced and ccirurva-ttv- e management, and It to iCeUs-ur- e tax raise on CIMd ocunr.y. wo recommend thorn to our ruad-er- s. Oasey, of Lebanon, Tenn., Mr. A. J. Ma-Uo- 4? ? i l J u h wk to bt I pair and editor cf m 4H -- jMF sr 41 41 41 41 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 complete the wardrobe of a smart dresser, will find it here. We have il h l b i& l J V... f? -. -- 4? 49 41 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 just the correct things the snappy Good things, the latest ideas. dressers depend on us, for all the new kinds and wrinkles in Haberdashery and we never disappoint 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. c & They are Here New Spring Styles it 4f l & I b i t i I 0 ss l 497 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 n, l b l b b b 2km&Ga 8 bh Mad-sonvill- 'it e, 1 49 lt -- CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED 49 49 49 - Hartford, Ky. C Or- HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. y a??3re?9?9$9 The commlsslcnd officers of the Kerjiicky S'ate Guoid, ha,ve gelt a bit exclKld over the InvWaiticn of the War .Deraritment to take part in the army maneuvers ndong ilhia Jleti-ca- n border. The Military offters of all tho Siates have Ivion invited to par Wclpaie. Many of the enl'sted ann nine now wishing they were tff'oers. so they mlghit take part in the Throughout tthte country there arts 8.000 of those officers, and thvlr acceptance of tho invitation. Is op:fonal mltn thtm, It Is that numbers will aecit and B it mush valuable expuCtrc In field operations. maa-euviers. rfl 4? - Of Cr CSf WvZW Hartford Republican. dr n MIt-3.- 3 tta-ani- alr 1 es Notice to School Boys. Tho Commissioner of Airlcu'iture has asted me. to send hiJni itihe names of fifty hoj-s- ' between the age of ten and fifteen who will agres to ralso one acre cf corn. Mr. Rankin will Issue a diploma to each bo who will ralso slxty bushels of corn on an aero " of gnaund. Seed corn will In senit to tflch of the fifty boys entering tho conlttet. To overy boy between 10 and 15 ,who will raise sixty bushels of corn cm an aero of giound, Mr. Rankin will Issue a diploma. I want the names of all hojs mho will crXAr this club at once, send mo your name address, age and Shipping office at once. If mora than fifty should apply fifty will be selooted to reiprebenit nil iparts of ikhe coucty Us nearly as irasalble. Lattr some arrangomnits wJU be ithe nwrt hucccjs-fn- l made for prizes-tAll boys should ontcr. Tho one. only difference is that the flay well get frtie eeed corn. bo glad to hlip you In any I way possible. Any information, any aa.Lstanoa will ba cheeifra'.'y gilvisn. HENRY LEACH, Sunt. A Rcckpcrt, were the gucats Of their parents Saturday and Sunday. Mir. John Curcmlrs and family spent Sunday at Mr. D. A. Russell's. Mrs. tPJianiIey Grant apent Saturday might at Mr. Pn CWnn's. Mr. John Southard and family spent Sunday at Mra. EHJa Roblnsonis. Miss Lizzie Graves Js vlriitlngh3r sister Mrs. Hiram Howard, cf Central City. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Knight, Paradise visited fnlends and Helatln?s htre last week. Sunday School Is progressing mic ily Thero were 01 present Sun Cay. TJitro wiill bo ringing ht this place Saturday night. 'MJsis Pcnola Clark Ib vlvJting her grandoncither, Mrs. McDowell, near Rockport. Mr. Mosk Maddox was tho guost of Mr. Ponter JIunley, Sunday. Mr. Jim Willllams who has beeu on tho tick list, is lnianvlng. List! Whnil do wo hyar, Can it , be wedding beJla. j ui-vu- t. DUNDEE. Mai th 13. adver-tlssanc- nt o. to-da- 1 R-1- o; blgns-Eortme- n. Mr.'-atU- d ..... m-t- sMlC. d. ff !. ar nt- urrld -. ' strt. - Rov. Duggln filled his regular anpclmtmens at the Baptist ohurch at this p'lcno Satufdno- - and Sunday. Miss yioaa'io Rowxa's spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Valeria Harrison. Thora are several xuhs or mieiisfles at this place. All ono getting along as wei',1 as could be expeobed. Mr. CutI Brown was tho guest ot Mr, Willie Ruftill Saitiuirday H!sbt and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilson and two tons, Arnold aird J. C, wena the gu'esbs cf Mrs. Wilson's mother, Blrs. Pork, of Naamows, Sattairday and Sunday. Mlsa Poaml Munnhty Is tho guett of hor brother, Mr. Munpliy at this wntting. JUsb Valeria Haralson mas itihosuest POND RUN. of notatlxB and fuiemds near Nar-rqMarch 14. Mrs. f l'anmle Bannctt from Satunday unWl Monday. returned homo Sunday from an exiFfljtimers aro very busy in rtliis vicitended, ivliilt witJh. friends aud relatinity clearing and getting' ready for ves at CenteCitcwn. spending a fetw an'othtr crap. Miss Ola Brown is Mr. Robert Duff and Mr, Bill Murdaja with hetr aunii Mrs. HarnUon phy have purchased tho blacksmith Springs. , Auttin, of 6ulphur shoji from Mr. TWford and Acton, and Mr. Edward Stum was in. cair vl- have moved into our teftn. i olnity"Saturday and Sunday,. Mrqv Mattio Duff who has been on Qu!ti3 a iBumher of our young iojus fehjo idek )it, is able to bo out again. attenkkd Iho pwiy at Mr. .Hugh Wil son's Saturday ti&bt. y Births School at No. 1U la progressing Jhamantdgement ot Prof. WUa Mr. and Mrs. Alvla Sheffield, ot under wda, a boy. Swwia'ur. swwi Ha MW Mr. and Mrs. Reubti HoflMtl mute MlUioa (Xm Hunley 1. i A. wro aiv fttteadtag mbotA MM; a boy. Cuib1i, lc-l- I - n - Old Mil (' "Two bottles ft .'.ffiaaaaaaaaaal I. I i f I have been a sufferer from rheumatism for about two years, and have used many liniments and patent medicines which gave me no relief. A lady friend of mine told me she had used your Liniment and found relief at once. I got two bottles and they cured mc. I think U is the best Liniment a person can have in the house. I shall always keep a bottle in my house as lonff as I .can get It." Mns. E. R. Wallace, Morrisons, Va. Mr taaaarI2rTnali 9 Cured My Rheumatism" Mimr, Trim Wild tha iMrgeflt crapfl in tlh cowmtrr' hisWest Otrtlaws, )M4c Up 0X1 tory, Mid Mnrw m immiMv to 0. B,Mtl . :, Jj Another Train. Ctrmrtt Court T, P. Bfrhhd, 3t0gt; C.M.IUNBTT form. kwa Mrce at H tlwg '" Gainesville, On., 54m ; grot Kp rorfiW fiat tfie tcwtosljaite,..' SMITH, BARNETT q, WrrW, cW; 9. U dattctlvew twro iJMtiM,, on of ssmm. ladtMtry i on e lid km'.t. Hk, Mwtr OmnqiMnr, K. T, Crtrtws, emptm-cWhuto av,fmr, Or., rirala OwfUmmeM mfm, flxwvk ,to th TrMe Jry Fund; T. H. Black) Vkr rcbbcira as "CW BtM'' JWwar the prilnoo E3ifp3MMi reB)lly adKipM. Wrly Iff, Hartford. lpuUes 8. O. Xown anBlade. Court convenes ftnK Mtrfof old'nio stao ccrcM ncfccn3 nnd wed btt'Zwiiisetl to t.mA sy w&r!n Lra In February and HARTFORD - KY. comhiui thre dy cnliglBiaAed 'lib tolcto may prasect. iSWiU. Tiio gov tho man whb eW, third Monday In April, two wh Will practice-- their profession in all th (fffflmtifflt's ifliee are gHMikmlly &L- - second Monday In June, three ,wh; "Hands up," courts of Ohio and adjoining ei Old Bill iMln.er bOgiwvivfe.lwc crimi- Ucig into btfter tkmipo thmn ta racdat third Monday In October two weeks. and, Court of Appeals. 8p' tl at j e..iruMe4 nal caTecr over forty yews ajpo arad in yiCEurs. Wihen iba aooouna we made County Court R. R. WeddlnB, Judge tentien given to all busine Smith, AtW. 8. Tlnaley, Clerk, C. E. f v4 hits day was as widely known and as uppia Jurna 30, 4t will rnidpmWaidly bci torney, Hartford. Court convenes first ile Bf Crimlrml and Real Bstato LiWJ' ns any'eutkw of the fwiHid iriiat thta treasury Ehiortjisgo wM Monday In each month. much Specialties. Offlee to Republican bu41J- on Ing. Wtat, excepting Jessa JpnK'' 'an 1S69, bo much pgnaller lihan U wr wt the ejuarterly Quarterly close of all itjhe iisetirnt fiscal ics.rs. the fpurth Monday In February, May, Mineir swrvod a term- In th6 9smfjucm-tlNovember. Cal., .pniacn for stage, 'robbery, On tho whole tho bugfltietfs outAcDk Js August and piaitruu. nnvnfii first Tues- rmir. nf d&y FRANK L. FELIX, Ten years later ho was ept.dng In moro encoawjRgtng thn ft, ,WTas at till nptnhi Juary and first Tueeday In . Colorado. Usually after e:h' robbery date at mny tne 8nco 1U09 GliAo Other. County Officer C. S. Moxfley, Surveyor. iordsvllle, Ky., R. F. D. Mlnter would go to some, Eayttm Democrat. XTrt KVtllv V. Uarnor1 aMolWir. TTttTt .ford, icy., It. 'F. t. 'No. 2: Henry Leach. oily and Toso as a woalthyjCllforala HARTFORD, - KY. ur. a. u. supcrintenaent, uariroru; caisCtoVst mtll lvls money gavo out. pra-PM- ie Ulreotory yaT3tr.irjLi, k Attorneys at Law, .- Qxjnes-Eilo- n, $b Court-Beg- ins - n, . Attorney at Law iffttd I used 'l Mrs. James McGraw, of 1216 Mandeville St., New Orleans, La., writes take pleasure in writing to you that I had a pain in my arm for five years, Another Letter. was sent itwck.to itilia San years Queritln ipriscn. for tnr,enty-flr- o for stico rdbbery, being reSeiased In In 1S81 ho 1901. SLOANS LINIMENT for one week and was completely cured. .highly." I recommend With tm others ho hcW up and rol a passcoger train In Oregon in 190 his comparScms wero baddy and canlufred. Mirier suqee'ed'e'd In A1 shbtt time making Wa dield up a CanajdJan afltior that, ho bed y. Pa-cif- . oxpTiass (irailn arail oant'ded. niway ovter $10,000 In gold duat. Lamg Wtro lOffcrcd feir hs capture, boJh by tihe ralroad and by ttie Domln Ian. Whttle detectives wcr.3 acouirtng tho coiun.'ny Miner IMd; uphnolwer Canadian Pacdflc xalri, coimpelllng the cngdncear to uncouple tho mall car and baul it down this tirnck a faw rds your Liniment very miles where Minor and his follow outlaws could go through the (packages a thijJr leisure. Afatr this danlns dilsplay of ihighway manshlp Canada sent heir consf piuuJar aXtar tho gang succeding after sjvvral fierce clashes with tho outlaws In Minx-- the leader. He was given a life semtonco in 190G. While tSie Canadian Pacific was congqaltiulajting At All Druggists. Price 25c., 50e. and $1.00 Itself on getitlng hdm out 'of the way, Sloaa'a Treaties on the none cent Free. Address news came that ho had burrowed DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. through the atone waffls of the prison and was again at liberty. That iwas throe years ago. EvidenitJy he made strallght for th" ilr. Dave Sornals of McHenry rnqved States. Jt has njort been, sottled yot THE NEW QUEEN malghiborihood last iweok. to thts whdthcrbewlUbe sent back to Canada ed his sieter Mrs. Jclhn. Beck Saturto serve Mb prleoiD scinitieinca'' cr ivill OF THE DAIRY day night be tplcid here for the train, robbery Saturday was call meeting tfor . pascharge. i tor of the Churcli at Jit. Z!on Ahi.Eh resulted dn calling Rev. W. N. sillForcoa to Leave Home. Over Seven Tons of Milk and ier foir our jjaiiior again. liny ho Wave Every year a largo number, of poor a greater success for the coming year sufferers, whose lungs are "sore and Over Half a Ton of Butthan ithepaet year Is the prayer of racked wdth, coughs, fir urged to go ter in One Year. the Qhrisilah people. to another climate. But this is costly and not always sure. There's a Cardui Worked Wonders. better way. Lot Dr. King's Now DisAnother world's irocord has been JlcMlnttville, Term. Mrs. Ocle Jett, covery cure you at home. "Jt cured dai-j- y Ibrpklai.' Tkfe adw " Df of this place, says: "1 ekm't "believe me of iunjj trouble," writes V. R. caw named I would be living is a beautiful Jars-cif It hadn't Nelson, of Calamine, Ark., "when all Sophie lfliih ct Hood Farm owned been for Cardui. After treating me olso failed and I gained 47 pounds and tested at Hood Farm, Lowell, twenty sven days, my doctor advis- in weight. Its surely the king of all cough and lung cures.' Thousands JSass. Shy is the champion Jersey ed an operation, but 1 would mot con- owe their Jives and health to It. Its sent. Instead, I took Cardui, and now production of for milk and bu'-te-r' I am doing my work oven the wash- positively guaranteed for Coughs, ctwb between four and five years of ing. Cardui worked wonders dn my Colds, LaGrippe, Asthma, Croups-a- ll case. I am in better health tihian for Throat and Lung .troubles. 5&c and Trial bottle freia at aUl drugDuring the twelve months ending five years." Cardui la a strength en-l- $1.00. gists, aujacin-Jiicaiio- d in tonic for women. It relieves iiaJn JDoodmbcir 31, 1910, on a test iby the Massachusetts tonics up the nerves, ibullds strength Do you know that of all the minor Ootisge undur itlhe rules of You jiejed Cardui. Try it. ailments colds are by far the most Sojjbte 19th of Hood Farm gqe 11, dangerous? it is not the cold It 373 lbs. 3 oz, milk, teuttag 1005 libs. GREEN BRIER. self that you need to fear, but tho Jl oz butter or over half a ton. An JIarch 7 M.Iss Eva "Wilson vho setrious diseases that it ofton" leads accucaOa aaeoainc was kupit of her has been viaLtoig her grandiparon'.s to. 'Most of these are known as germ feed, and luc milk sold at 10c f Mr. and Mrs. Joa Maddux of West diseases. Pneumonia and consumpUo quart made a profit of 5G5.22. are amon them. Why not take Providence- - returned hbmo Saturday. j Tire Uniftud States Department of Mies Cesna ShuMz ds VL'iaVjln3hQr Chamberlolnn's Cough Remedy and iiljnat 4n round mim-:lwJVgrJculiure's cur your cold .while you can? For aunt Mrs. Dean Ball pt Cteralvo. of itho weortih produced each year "itev. Bwxih Shields of Beawr Dam salo by all druggist. m by the 22,000,000, cutft-- in itihe United ppent Sunday night with Mr. M. E. The Extra Session. States is SOO,000,000 or an average Chapmaa. per cow. If mom atjirofit of I3C.30 air. Alvin Chian of Shultatown ftisit-c- d iTSvp tCjilriga about ho extra cccet'.tm tention was iald to feeding and breed firtet ifhatrOt baa hCu .rarrts Mr. and .Mrs. John are to ba regretted boon, called at all. and secondly that ing it should be easy to Cnoruaso till a Ohlnn Saturday and Sunday. .average profit per cow to at least Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Clhapman is'.t-e- d the Ii3it.3 of the opening has boeni put aaK'tn-lof tha profit made by date tholr daughiter, Mrs. A. Clistlbler, so far BiAuy, March 20, .the 19th of Hood Farm, whlcih would of Prentls last weelc. Mns. Casebior whtch dt iwas understood had ibiwn raise iho total to $1,240,000,000 an pravcaionably eot for it would "nave Is wry slek. of $140,000,000. M.r. Leo Wilson of Ijuze,rnjKiyJs baen far beuter than April 4, 'Jae ICmo t wfhfjQh has been selected. A i!he sesvdaltlns ihils parents Mr. and iMrs. H. A Dreadful Sight, sion was to como, the country would A. Wilson. to H. . Barnum of Fxoovdlle, JJ. Y.. Mrs. Ojuheilla Tayilor and daughter, have been glad to haye it cow? as was tha fever-sor- o eflir&y as practteable sio as to hatf that had idagiMl Edna, aro visiting airs. Taj-lor'-s the sistils life for years In si'J-tof many ter Mrs. Sam Saeill of AViUllamH Mines. fluisipjnse ended as soon as poasfcble. remedies ho tried. At last ho us! Mr. Hlbbs of WJlllams Klines has It appaans Nlicflvwer, that thjj prcsiMeWt Bucklen's Arnica Salvo and wrote: puncha'sod thesfarra of Mr. Sam S& Tl had an agneiemont with same of UhQ "It has entirely healed with acarccily In tills vldlniity and will move to it leadtirs of tihe maw Hous3 a to Afwdl loft." Heals Burns, Bolls, Ec- night soon. 4, and ttiehtaB felt impelled to defer to zema, Cuts, Bruises, Swellings, Coos airs, Loyd Hocker died FWday ovn-In- g titodir views. And Piles 'like magic. Only 25c at all One of the ill ffforts of th.e sxta and was burled Sunday at Providruggists. in dence. Funeral stsnioes .wiere con setsaloa dfitiho dlsturtbanice wWefc H mrfll causa 4ni Uho buslniess wnorld. Thie ducted by Jtev. R. D. Benmott. MANDA. M.rs. H. A. Wilson visited her heads of tho great toudustrcis will be Jlianch S Formers ana very busy paixmits Mr. and Mrs. V. L. R. Maddox dniwiUlnig .to make contracts for aaiy .preparing for crops. of Wtiat Fjictay and Saitur-da- oobsMiji Bible time In itho future. UJtAls Btondtll Atmu icai of II r. Via halt. Nobody caa, Ui Xk&tto Amos has boon, qulto alck for any kCmd of confidence, forctefll what jhe jiaat week but is (some Abetter at legMatoon AviU be enadted, or attempt Memphis Lady Writes. this rwrililxg. ed, ln tiho special session, ifiomt-icalli- y 'iMra. Sarah Amo3 of Cromwtall who Memjihls, Tonn. Mrs. Emma D. llhe ia?ten is calkd to imm Ikuj boen visiting her ton Mr. Geittlo Looney, of Memplils, wrttes: "1 suf- tho CanadJian roclprodity bill, Aa(u-all- y, Amoa for tha past week ixjturmd to fered misery for nearly eight years. t Uho can npt a?t up fray Iwr homo Sunday. Since taking Caudal, 1 am tnudi Strom limit to Ulna work wbJlch Uho srton Mr. Fred Itaffenty'of Wnnhlco neJgt. er, 'and I haven't missed a slnglomeal may !;, p try to do Tho trewfe hs .Iwrkobd moved to bis maUitrs fawn I iardly know haw to exiwie3 ray boen nwde by the chiefs of ti'jmrty Wtur Juiro last wocik. grattjido." Don't wxrry bout your1 'ttlMch will bo in oontriol InthuHoiiii Wastre. &ati Davis mud (lejtMoAmos symptom Cardui goes deeper dawn. to (make a .Keaenal novJeton erf Mm ,aado a business trt to Crosn,well iWed What you nud to strentk. 0trHgtli tariff, slkA et country is UadeHaio. will vaablo you to ((hnow'off f,onlo to Juwt tow far they may be stiim,U Ml&s Slary Speaoer had lira. Bernlo troubl-ur4 will provawt tb headttcb tetkvco fa iirearfdeut to aid thm, W of CrcBiwcll vbrditetl ix&utlveBat backache, ad ypkwi PfwM thtm, to pwry t&imiji. f&Ae jiIacu Sunday, that VOU now suffer iron Pja.mJu( NewfLini tho cawitry HteHWriii ' W. N. MdJler of GHtri vkit-- , hWyou get it 9 attew ltetf to be cAnt dqwu fPiTi1 rv . 4 Jim: V Sloan's Liniment instantly relieves stiffness of the Joints, Sore Throat, Hoarseness, Sprains, Neuralgia, Better Sciatica and Lumbago. mm cap-tuni- ng and cheaper than porous plasters. JUSTICES' COURTS. II. S. Chamberlain. Hartford. Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March, Tueeday afEly's Cream Balm ter 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after I qulchlf absorbed. 3rd Jdonday In December. Civet Relief at Once. I O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afto 3rd Monday In March, Wednesday hftcr ItcleanseSf soothes, 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after henh and protects 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday tho diseased mem-br.iafter '3rd Monday In December. resulting from John H. Miles, Itockport, Friday after 3rd Monday In March, Friday after Catarrh and drivos 3rd .Monday In June, Friday after 3rd away a Cold in tho Aionaay in September, riuay aiier sru Head quickly. He. In December. CCUCD Monday Jackson, Centertown, Saturday stores the Scncs of ffinT C. J. 3ra Monuay in Aiarcn, oaiuraay ai Taste and Smell, Full!lzr0ctfl ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday after gifts or by mail, in liquid form, Vr 10 3rd Monaay ln September, Saturday lily Brothers, CO Street, New York. , ter 3rd Monday ln December. T. f? (7nnr. Tlonfmw Tilftflnv ntiM1 2nd Monday la February, Tuesday after 2nd Monday ln May, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd Monday in November. Thomas Sandprs, Dundee, Wednesday after the second Monday ln February, Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August, Wednesday after 2nd Monday ln November, C. V. Miles, Fordsvllle, Thursday after 2nd Monday in February, Thursday after 2nd Monday In May, Thursday after 3rd Monday in August, Thursday after 2nd Monday In November. J. L. Patton, Italph, Friday after 2nd Monday ln February, Friday after 2nd Monday ln Mav. Frlrtnv nftw rr iinn. Say .ln Ausiwt, Friday after 2nd Monday ln November. HARTFOrtD POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe, Judge; G. B. Llkens.Clty Attorney; Sam Riley, Marshal; Court second eevf 11,0 n-- r convenesCo.?.nc,1-J- Monday ln each month. H- - WHllams, Mayor; T,C,iy T. Clerk: S. K. Coi. urer. Members of Council. T. R.TreasBarnard, W. J. Bean, W. M. Fair. Pen TyLor',E1IlB. E. P. Moore. c5004.,T,",l,8te??- -J' S. Glenn, chairman; helps hurts, but it won't cure an nsley. Secretary, C. M. Barnott, Crowe and Dr. E. B. Pendleton. aching tooth, wonn't wake a 'marred A Reliable Remedy ITARRH lllicy, Coroner, Hartford. K&MrfAUvi Will practice his profession In OhM and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and CoN loetlons.a Specialty, Office ln the Her aid building. Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KY. Bank. Will practice his profession ln all the-i,- V Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court of Appeals. Also No- tary Public. Office over First National' YANCYL.(MOSLEY, Iiau tVuTI i,f ner -- ' , . JOBN B. WILSON CHAS. M.CnOWB' WILSON & CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD, - KY. practice their profession In all Will the courts of Ohio and adjoining coud-ties, and In the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections. Offloej on Main St., "opposite Court House, SYMPATHY a J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. Ohio County ox? one look like Its old self. Takes a experienced dentist to do skillful, that. Get all the sympathy you can, but for real relief and good appointment dental work make an with us for tie practical way of get ting your teeth in fine shape.. Best crown and bridge work ln this town or any town. Teeth extracted without pain. All work guaranteed. Telephone 218. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. qun DR. H. J. BELL, DENTIST, Office in Republican Bldg. M. E. Church South-Servi- ces monrlng and evening every, first ami third Sun- All Matters Given Prompt Attenday in each month. Sunday School 9:45 tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. Rev. Virgil Elgin Pastor. SPECIALTY. uaptlst Church Services' every Sunday morning and evening. Sunday School' .to a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. Rev. J. W. Bruner. pastor. Christian Church Services every fourth Sunday at II a. m. and 7 p. in. Sunday bchool 2:30 p. m. Elder W. B. Wright pastor. , C. P. Church-Servi- ces first Sunday in ou S promptly obtained la aU countries or so tea. a a.ob(aili PATE NTS lacli montl at U a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday Scool 3:45. THAT PAl1adTfrtlMPiaaUioroblT atour TRADC-MARK- "? L( SECRET SOCIETIES. td-da- y, Hartford, Ky. HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned Pressed ag Agri-uttur- ol D-2- 0. ns s Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given speciaj attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. Glut, Hartford Lodge No. 675. F. & A. M.. .meets XIrst and third Monday night in each month. Owen Hunter, W. M., L. P. foreman Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. meets every third Saturday night M.. In T Moore High Priest; chc.lnAnU.I W. S. Tlnsley, JoJln Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. 84, O. S., meets second and fourth Monday E. even- Aniereon, W.M. Miss Miller' Secretary. Rough River Lodge No. 110, Knights of Fythias, meets every TueBday night. c' --c" J Ney Foster' K of r! &span' Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M., meets every first and third Thursday night R. D. Walker, Commander; L. P. Foreman. Record Keeper. Sunshine Hive No. 42, Xi. O. T. M.. meets every first and third Friday night in each month. Mrs. Attye Grlffln.Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper.. Carpenters and Joiners local No. 1881. meets 1st Saturday night in each month. Pres-- ; KE8 Luce w' Treai Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. F.. meets second and fourth Friday night in each month. W. ft. Hedrick Noble Grand C. M. Barnett Secretary. Ohio Tribe No. 188. Imp. Order Red Men, meets second and fourth Wednos. aay night ln each month. James C. Ben- ' n,er of Records: Hartford Camn. XV. n. v. Jn w r Commander, Thomas Williams; Clerk. ?" u. v. Avallace. Preston Mnrtnn Trtot TsTft J n . r. holds regular meetings Sa'tufduy before the first Monday In each month. Ash-jor- il expense, andTiela 7ou to sueoBOK. Send irodel. pnoto or ketch f or R c p report on patentabUltr. M yean" practice. r Book ,rrPos Savnth Street, WASHINGTON, D. C. RIFEDENCEf. ilTt onTronuole rateiiM FotreaOnJda " to ?'. IIKVilJSGi KILL the COUGH AND CURE the LUNGS WITH Or. King's PRICK u Sec-Ac- A. I. 1M Trial BottleFree AND ALL THROAT AND LUN6 TROUBLES. New Discovery FfiR loycHS .vgLDS -- GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OS .MONEY SEfTJNSED. JJLDd., AdJt. Mills. Conimamlor! .T M rn. "" HARTFORD, KY. se SEEDS MICUK-- SPECIAL OFFER: tm N.w Bart AtrUIwUP mftka 11 SUM SVCCHB ! rtlKttlkcthHi tka ftMM I Taral I kIM MrmanMit euMAmer. our tou M r).t-.- t ODAKANTKEB t9-tm- y; yYntt a TO affiiMKia: xVLVLUK- TanttlMtaaU. Mtttuon - Psper. i , llarnnrpotUf.nfuklo! u TX!r?: i "? Jt J-- K! t SEND 10 CENTS mmItc tfcW TaU Jf " iLiKtt w(Um ct UUa til tlxwl ."'f.r ' (OtiM A. S. of E. National Officers: Presldent-- M. F. Sharp. Narrows, Ky. Vice President-- J. M. Woods. Secretarv-TreamirB t.. "' n !.'.,, v' "" dlanapollsl Ind. state urncers: m' T.' F,rom"n. Carroll county, Pres. Barrett. lTonilopsnr. nW?,:t,,to v President. a. B. Robertson. rrT.inn min.. ocv c Treas. O. P. Roomer. Wnrrpn rmmtv Organizer. " aiuw C. Allen. Henry county, and t. Graves. Allen rnnntv iuUtim Lat-tl- e ' """" organizers. Board of .Directors. Ben Watson. Wnr. ten county; C. M. Bamett, Ohio county; A. 11. Brooks, Bracken county; R. e. Iv ??y. IIar(11n county, end J. F. Doss. Muhlenbere countv. uii jo county omcers: R. L. Stevens, Pres.. Beaver Dam.Ky. Henry PIrtle, Sec- - Hartford. Ky. D. Ford, Treas., Hartford. Ky. pr Southern Agriculturist NASHVILLE, TENN. t :i " ' cs. For forty years the. friend and counselor of Southern farmers. Twenty -- four pages twice a month. 50 cents a year or three years for $1.00.' Sample Copy Sent Free Do Yob .. .to.' i llroft-ideno- K.W.fcKttH, y. VKMSXLi COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford.Ky. T 1. L. B. Tlohasnr. HartfnrH v t-' No. 6. 2. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds. Ky. S. M.Ji. Patterson,, Olaton, Ky. 4. B. X. Alford. White Run Ky. 5. Richard Plumer, Taylor Mlnes.Ky. fc J. L. Brown, Koakpert, Ky. " Want One? ' V. 'v jwes-Ideti- S31CTE "", r m mk, dMkMuy I MOCURCD AND DEFENDED. . i.i.uto. lor i ueK Maarun and frea rtaat. I how to iHiala (latuuta, uaOa waasa.1 WatkljtftvH Mmimu ifirtetvM tettttimr, I nr wy. dlle ' or tad !nfrlafmt Hm or coma to m Pftotloe, EldaOwly. WrUe at IM Mats. MnL aaa. atU4 Matta Mtaa OaVta WAMIWTPM. p. ot e. b-1- SaAl& A- ! ;&'. vl For Sale A Real Estate! BO Acres of the finest Rough river bottom, land located three miles west of Hartford. About 20 acres In cultivation.' Good, dwelling aud out build ings. A bargain for $1,250. ?" tSESH 5?J S! J3W" iocbi. u yeroto ami pays giuwiny ocnina Dlant the lm! V BackWi "Pull SEEDS ot Something to Thing About. Grew ftndIrs. Artomus ftbowant iwilll.ltavo Life" Northern Seasonable Specialties: y Eatllert Red Valentina t Nsw Stringiest Green Pod . Ward well's Imp. Kidney Wax Davis New White Wax . . Currle's Rust Proof Wax . e,u'feru.x,r 'y .. We have 460 acros of flno bottm land from' one and a halt to two tnlles of Hartford, part of It with timber. Alao about 75 acres of upland belonging to the same traot Terms easy. ono and one-ha- lt story frame with five rooms and largo hall, built out of tho boat material. Situated on Clay and Fredrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. Lot 60x205 feet Fine well of soft ,wate. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. A now building recptleon selected Extra Early Alaska . . . Jj.jo Bushel New Early Gradus f 550 Bushel Horsford's Market Garden . Jj.30 Bushel Buckbee'a Lightning Express jj.oo Bushel Lettuce. Radlih, Tomato and a full line ot oeeas, uuids at lowest growing prices. Send for complete catalogue or submit a list of your requirements and wllfouote once. Buy direct from the trower save Money. write today, Mention this paper, PEAS j.so Bushel Bu'hel Ij.70 Bustiel L.50 Bushel H.7S Buihel $4.50 Bushel .... H. W. BUCKBEE ISOSBsclbesSI., ftockford Serd Firtr.i, RoUforrf.U ijmgjra Anrnne sending a sketch and description may itileklv Ascertain our onlnlnn froa whether An Communion, Inrentlon Isprohabtypntonlnble. tlons strictly comldoutfsl. HANDBOOK on I'stcnts sent f res. Oldest accner for lecumiff patents. through Munn A Co. recelrt Patents taken Iptetat notict, without chsrgo. In the 60 YEAPS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks DES10N3 Copyrights &c. story dwelling Centertown, Ky., has good cls- 'tenn, good cellar, never falling well f of water, good stable and other, out "jL buildings, one acre lot of ground. A , Bplendld location for family residence and hotel. Price and terms reasonable. Apply to BAKNETT& FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Ky. Good nlno room two In" Scientific JHnericati A handsomely lllnstraled weekly. Kinrojt clr culatlon ot any sclentlllo Journal. Terms, 3 a rears four months. $L Sold byall nowsdealers. HUNN&Co.36,Bf"d""' New York Branch Office. GS P UU Washington, D. U. -- Subscribe for The- - Republican $1.00 per year. POSITIONS GUARANTEED will GUARANTEE you a position lr you us real soon. We need many more at onco to supply tho enormous demand for our graduates. As soon as we get tbe required number orstudents this offer will be withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. WE C yfJ 1804 2'fMt?L. - GIO. W. SCHWARTZ nUMoirAZ. BUSINESS jCOIiliEQE itrcoKroAATAD , HSTADLISnED LOTJISVItiljE, KY. "Ttho govefrnmeiiit at WiMbtngtoin, Mr Jonathan Hooivor of mqar Pell-vospoaialfty lOtno Hepublloan ipMiiy.la fiilsfiitod his .brother C. C. Hopivor about to walk lUtrcugib thef "aloy of of iVk (place from Sunday lunfill Tu- yia hi4aw. Tih-- Uromonaidfl will bed gin when itbo CJaEarrcfa Mjias Jane Smith of Taffy is nedts. Tho iar,ty will not come p'galn of this rrtace. I'jhj tsunftlght ucrfill 1014." lni iHeB Effie Park .was the guest of Tlhiw nomlirked a faw daya ago Ml Iyila Patterson Sunday. one of the meat onsinop and Pisaiyact-a- d TO Haveoor ,ond family iv- S of lUilng Amisnlcajn statasiivin. Tho xrtned from Qwcnishoro Sunday whofo protltatlan Bounds gloomy. It may bo .they' 'went to see Hula ibrothor wlto too gloomy Its JustlflcaUon Ik9 In haBanyasles. tho vdalbb erituaclon .created by tho SaJco S.wica are Ripe. adiaurnmOTimt of the Slxty-Fln- st Glasgow, Ky., March 15. Wihllo yesterday. ptamlng on the farm of Vsnnom Good-o- n, W1h!ate'ieir else it m'aj' foreshadow, Ceciter, Mctalf county a tho end of Into SlxtynFlirat Ctongroas mule brokfthr,u the ground .irjo what marks ptiaAoly tho ond for some itlmo appear-'- to be a small caw, damo .two of a coiharccit govornmcmtol policy or Ulwv: f .it .below i&ho turfaco. In of a patiicy whlcih has an nsivedgoal exlrtldai; ng he muia the plowman njo.tlr for Houso, Sina'.1 aud Exocutlvo od a liocuBar ball about the size of alllne and tem'ad whldh Bill bhneemavo a. halt buahtil nreasurt?. ,Aftor tho In roa'sonjablo agroentoot as to methods nmlo WM gutten out he m0itla a aan. and rate cf programs. ful xanrinatlcrai of tho ball aud d "Wten Aha Oantsrcsa found that it was composud of snakes meats tlw House will be fully rjomtrall-c- d of mos!. evtiry vanldty. The finder 1y Aha Dciraoonatfo party. Ami It of tilve sralwa notiltlcd savoral nidarby Is not yat contain ' (jliat tho Houem rnaqple who witnessed CJh'o etranigo Ulgh Democracy has quite found Itoelf or After.itli sun had shlned en them for la quitio clear In its awn mdud precise- a tlim'o th y began to uiuwlnid firlomtlio ly what It wants' to do or haw it is ball ard craM.1 away. Aftr ithu cunl-osltto bo dome. of all had latm caitLsfited they iTIhe Solatia will be In tluj ibailancc bogan killing snaltci3 and kfllcJ twen- It ntCU baVmore Domoanatlc thlan It Is but It is efiltlniatwd that new, That la about all .that can be tihroo "times .tiliat many made their v said wi'jh assurance. And .what that nitally means, ,no cn knftrcs as yet. Ftor there have davctaped In lihe Change of Heart. Senate whiat one, In fact, four pambM Sevbrville, Tenn. "I mover did beInsurgents Regular Republicans, calling thonvjelvca RcanvWIqana, Rjelgut lieve in patent medicines," writes Damoiona'ts and losurganit Danioarp.'s, Mrs. Martha Hown, of tills place, "unAnd ao 0113 kinaws from day to day til I took Cardul, and It cured me. whiat comblnailcai lof itihtso wanr,lng For six months, I could mat do anyand, EihlfiUng groups Willi secure ovem thing. Now I do all my hous3work, and It don't tire me. .Doctors failed, temporary damlnfon. As for the WMto Hause, no man but Cardul saved my life." Tho bene knowiatih from day to day" wWiher its fit from taking Cardul is not confinalms will be radical or consesivajtilvc, ed to ono part of the' body. Cardul and scarcely .whether its principles of 'improves the whole womanly system. aatilon wlHl ibe such as may 'be called It helps headache, (backache, falling Republican or swob, as must ,be callled feelings, and female woaknoss. Try S it. It will help you. Price $1. Insurgent. Sixty-SeconCon-BP0- teir Oregon next Saturiay. m A Clean Man Outside cleanliness is Isss than half tho battle. A man msy scrub himself a dozen times a day, and atill bo unclean. Good health means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means o clean stomach, clean bovrels, clean blood, a clean liver, and new, clean, healthy tissues. Tlio man who U clean in this way will look it and act it. Ho will work with 6nergy and think clean, clear, healthy thoughts. He will never be troubled with liver, lung, stomach or blood disorders- Dyspepsia and indigestion oriiiinatc in unclean stomachs. Blood diseases ore found where there is unclean blood. voasumptton and bronchitis mean unclean lungs. - Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery prevents tbeso diseases. It tnnkco a man's insides clean and healthy. It cleans tho digestive organs, makes pure, cliao bloods and chan, healthy f.cjh, It restores tone io the nervous system, and cures nervous exhaustion and prostration. It contains no alcohol or g drugs. Constipation is the most unclean unclcanlincss. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel-le- ts cure it. They never gripe. Easy to take as candy. habit-formin- f jiar d , 1 Why Not Sixty-Scoon- Read The Courier -- Journal 'lIENRY WATERSON, Editor. in y1 suf ty-flv- ie, WE CAN" FURNISH YOU THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND THE Weekly Celebrated (or style, perfect fit, simplicity and reliability nearly 40 years. Sold In nearly every city and town In th United States and CaruJi, or by mail direct. More sold than any other make. Send for free catalogue, MeCALL'S MAGAZINE More subscribers than any othet fashion magazine million a month. Invaluable. Latest styles, patterns, drcssmaklnir, millinery, plain setting, fancy needlework, hulrdressuiir, etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only CO cents a year (worth double), Including a free pattern, Subicribe today, or send for sample copy. WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS C to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue A and new cash prize offers. Address mi McCAix co.. 8 10 w. J7ih su tew TOMf MeCALL PATTERNS :j Courier -- Journal Both One (HI CA Year For JH.JJU al JT D-1- ' was ii'rt-- last Wednesday the guest of cv wil1 .beXollqwed becomes fultlle. r lnKrtpwioe, iwlth ixant jajligiurjemts hor la tighter, Mrs. George Roberitison. StiinitUhf&ta r Dr. and Mrs. H.B. tontu anid daugh "ItanKefblcycle, furnished by us. Our agent! .v.nrwh.r. am ilmbni..1tvrl n a ianr lunvrv l.i.na o.Mrl WL MaH . sample Latest Model IVritt making money fast. frr full particular! and special tfftr at oner. NO MUNKY BEQUIKICO until you receive and approve of your bicycle. Wtshlp pantlas largely brOKKJn Into In'ECe ter iliss Gladys, left for Martilnsviille, to anyone, anywhere InthcU.S.TtiitunitatftttdepeiitlnaAnnct.tTraiSr'tefo.intl ... Ind., . , urtw xxvijci AAdLi. auiinff wnicn tune you may ride tne oicycieana eiAuiJo,-dj- j iuw ijitii iisw luut niuoii. wiii sjiflnid last Wodn'eisday, whire "tlhey will l1" ; Hkla Atiow vuii.iritiiyuKuii. 11 you are men not penecuy sausnea or ao nor wisn to haiPiOn tO Canadian raaipaiCClty. the .next rt;wo .weeks. keepthebicycleshlpitbacktousatourpenseandHW.7.. . FACTORY PRICES aTonShPero There is not a elgn. to any nmrf.ee r Mir. Seatt Millard rotiurned lutme &teesb?hu,tyc of a doftaMe and ccbeMEit WHty pol- - from Llinton, ind., las,t Thursday, afdeaiing wltb a subjuct. ter, an absence ot ab&nt four moni(hs. Mr. Ead Iartln returned home from lnlt3re9ta' sroup tnteivzdts, fac- YOB WILL BE ASTONISHED ZwirecJnnMljouthiiyw,VeMllthehliit5ra3ebicvcles( tlonal IntOWStS, and daslxo tO do anly HowinJH., B'nlday otter an absence thlft anv other taetorv. We are satisfied mm st.m nrnht aliavn fsrtnrv entt. BIOVOiVB JBAI. EKS. you can sell our bicycles under your own name plate at whiat may be most proEr&fcble for the of about twielvw jnbnths. LBH UOUOlc 1 BHHHV? ,JIr. J, C. Hcolwr, of Claaton, iwas hit HtjllltTirl.l nf 1912 rLlt.llfT itlloin IllaTllllCmil 'Nil IIANU.ltICyCl.KS. We in not mnilsrltr kiixMi. imnij h,nA Mra-a number on (una taken in trade by our Chicago retaH stores. 'usually harnj Satuntxy. bargain nsts mallea tree. W promptly have, Blnglu wlieuls, o to on or em, uesenpuve and pedals, These we clear out ousi sisncieiment on panty pnlneijrliH at prices ransina- - irom pans, repairs' anJ inipurtetl roller clmliis IDIVCC Jlra jmcilla Bunion Wionit to Simaro likely to dldtato aatipa ,on, the etjuipracut v$ an anu at ooi int usual rtrait jrrscfl. jwrwwmmmn pnnm mons, Saturday. O fl largjst Issues. HEDÐORH PUNCTURE-PROO-F ALlss JUyyitle Ingram rcitur.ned home A SAMPLE PAIR IMA of course, thraiali, JJm3tdivg, Sunday Xmui HoTrin, 111., after an nb- CCI (will, TO MJRaDUOE, OHLX lato aome sent ot order", in time. SLiioe of tliro-- moniohs, visiting aila- The regular retail trice ot these tires is i Some of tho lwvssent srouimwlll ln'tlvfs. i3JO'ter6air. but to introduce vie will UllyouasaintlepiirrorjMrasiutiiuoraern.)i. Mr. allll UrS. MuriTaV Hudson Snalllt tln wVi tho rnrl. nf ATrvaoB niwl M MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES Aanon whicli will swallow up tlhooth- - Sunday in Taylor 3IImd3. NAILS, Taoks or Glass will not lot tlio Mr. E. T. Hughcis, of Contral Oity, ers. 'Flapular government caimD.t incv air out. Sixty thousand pairs sold last year. Over two hundred .thousand' pairs now in use. rfrSt rsmvar .P'Jvr?rlLsKHHkkSsSllllH tsssssV fom,wrd with Its Idadens anil s and Mr. Raymond Baker, ot Tay.lor DESCRIPTION! Made In all sizes. Ittslively MFTlssBssW II ?';'i faolrg .In every direction Anil tparty Minis, witiro fojT'O Sunday. andeasviidrnir.Yervdurauleandlinedinsidewlth a special quality of rubber, which never becomes Jlr. and Mrs. Jo Burgiir, ot Rock-Iion- t, gov,om:dnenint will! move foriraTd and porous and which closes up small punctures without nuow. If Si Notice the thick atrli.A llr Tliorja Is no tne the air to escape. We have hundreds of letters f rom satis- K.flsV A Hml mlnnrtii-- rubber trewl tho. Republic endune. 'nibvol to Uiiis place y.tksiday fied customersstating that thelrttrcshaveonly been pumped d.""i" ', 'tr . up once or twice in a whole season. They weigh no more than nf and will wsldo Uero ar tihu .future. prtiTou r.ui ouniiiB. auiac (iMhelnr-trive- n A '" Jlr.'and Mrs. Gccrg F.jrgusoii, of by several layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the x iuiju. ' oimmont at, w asMiton, nt;i an uie Browidr, ;wjre hoirx3 ytelttirciay. .dyertinVpSrrcsVreem Is only Mr. "Jcdimii IT. Matin and Mr". Arthur the rider ofVnii $.80 per pair. All orders shipped same day letter till received. We ship CO. D. on people with it. must walk in a land (hiti ctrirtlioa rtircnntirk svntr itijkvl atirl frill Jn nf n n rnf itttl I rrti ilneount of 5 per cent (thereby making the price W4.35 per pair) if you of shadows lUlQentOiht Df lCth fclle goal McDaw;ll went t,o HtfmdrBon yoiatar-da- y cash WewiUolIowa IIsT - J 1IIIT Vn t .n J1. I a. itMI'll llfnPI' r.A Ai.i.lne. tttta a..urllA.ijir ri as idetegates to the diarldct sending us on order as the tirca may be returned at OUK expense if for any reason they are. " tUd ratLU. not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as in a. nn, lia tlio condition vo luvy to ot itha United MJcid Workers ot 11,w' you will find that they will ride easier, run faster.1 bank. If you order a pair of these tires, wear better, last longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price, We rvtr.fnnin,f' nnrl .li.- isriir?nnif minn .will Anridca' of Dlatricit No. 23, which Is irtiAtv t tint vntt win tie so wen ni?aru mat wncn you want a bicycle you will give us your ordctv iii lUJJUiirU OJ it, U1U now ,Iasjjjlon. IMJilU ' ,Vc want you to send us a trial order at ouce, hence this remarkable tire offer,; 'a. lUllUI 'iUa EXilV t 'I'l 7"Ti T.Tii ej fcf spuallsand his ,. Mr. 'W. S. Vlck. of Owenshano. land YOU NEED orwrite forour blc'l'lre and Sundry Catalogue which hnn.i v lheineciallntrodiictorvnrlceauotedabove: r.y,', Ai. jir. ivuf.fijuseyi 01 uiKUiii.n ., ... , nn .i. ,.il. wpi " ( W describes and quotes all makes mid kinds of tires nt about half the usual prices. y. M F' 0 not TiiiNic the new aud a bicycia . b"t write us a postal uuMiir or a palp of tlrca fromtoday, uountil you know uFiitiTiNawonderful --ijaris of fortunes. CM cago initwr- -' lutM .'"?.;" auyone IwtM ww Ml a "aaveiy uaizo want no t. y fUoeaiV aro making. It only cot3 a postal to learn cverytltlas. Write it HOW. offers we y. In view of .these aoiwUtilan's, predic tion as to the fate of any ponlbncrvcfrt-e- d measure or las to what eenaraliioll- - RENDER. March 7 Mrs. Hudson, of Simmons, We can alsojgive liberal combination rate withJDaily or Sunday urnal. Write Courier-JournLouisville, Ky., for free Company, sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure tojlsendj your subscription order to this paper NOT to Courier-Jo- the Courier-Journa- l. fr VA m vawh r , BM 1 ltKh WAHTED-- A ihi RIDER AGENT IH EACH TOWN WWSm J&JZX&g$&m','to fr K?Bii.tt.2!XIJoc H MtTp mi v grt THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co. fi j 8 50 WILL WIRE C-U- CII TIDCe 4 ELECTKIO LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, OR BUSINESS mMKm!SMWisMA JStiii 'ri"i HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN I Iff ag-nt- 'f Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostration and female Electric Bitters 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 (INCORPORATED) 4 , YOUR JiOUSE JIT COST. ;STn.l raa .. " " REACH. E.G.BARRASS, AA TtTTTTTTTTVTTTTTWTiA J J.AA.J....t.-LA. i- -- - Manager: Vi at oan-vu-lo- (IF W? ithlrr.nKr.i . : ,' W ,,r. .,.'...".. .. .,....,... Cv 11iT J. L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILU Dam, ..! to-da- ... .. JpR X.' ' Jit CLUBBING RATES. $1.35 1.50 al to-da- ttWMrWWMIrl FourFif ths Your Store Patrons of Were Won by AdvertisingAnd Four-Fift- hs of These Would Be Lost if You Stopped Advertising! Newspaper advertising: is a part of all worth-whil- e a part of it which .Ratrons particularly value. For your sales, the .itkeepa them in touch with your new stocks, the showing of novelties, the buying arrival of opportunities which your store must create for its friends. The advertising becomes tho link between the store and its clientele. They expectlhe store's advertising to SERVE J THEM "noVhow and then," not partially; but ALWAYS, and fully! To curtail the advertising in volume or f requen-c- y would make the same impreesion on them as though you moved into smaller quarters and cut down your force of clerks and workers. To INCREASE your advertising to. make itfmore complete as "store News," as a "market letter," as a biilletip.pf' bargains will have the effect of enlisting a vry day, and of winning an$w all, Ef ktof nw : ,pf th? oki ones! store-service store-event- s, $ atere-fp'eij- Kennoy;,,of Jasonvlllo, Ind., ara vlsli- t . . TheReptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at 1.75 Hines, Ala. In a letter from thfe 1113 'itarofat .tius vroting. Republican and Home and Farm 1.25 place, Sirs. Eula Mao Bradley eays: Mldayuia Mtltard 4s atfllctod wit The "I used to' spit up all I eat. I was a boll" on, her arm that Is giving 4u--r The Republican and Inquirer 1.75 My much pain. tired aiid sleepy nil tho i&nie. Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.25 Misa Nellys Harri: Jia3 tvituwKHHrom The head ached, and I- - could Jiardlj' drag around. Siena talcing Cardul, thla lias CI aitoii faster savieral days visit. The republican aud uaiiy uwensDoro inquirer........ 3.25 Ml3s',Ma,byl ls visiting In Sunny-daentirely quit, and now J feol quite fit. O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k .tiiis ,weok. Mrs. Bradley Buffered fivom nienvous Mrs.fBjlio Parsons a'lid Ed. Skatcra The Republican and Kentucky Farmer 1.75 indigestion. Cardul builds .up the Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 nervous system, and strengthens the havn) rvicoveirod from tin la 'grnlppi. The . & womanly constitution. That's why 1.50 treat- The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Do j you, iiso an oitomizr in CarduL helped Mrs. (Bradley and why ing Nasal Catarrh? If so you will The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.25 , It will help you. Try It.-appreolato' Elys Mquld Crvam Ra'lni, tlu' qujlickoAlt and suraat roniody for CLEAR UUN. . this tlh&iso. In all ourablvu properJlarch. v& Mr, C O. iioowd' who ties ttia ddantlcal with tho solid '.Crcian iil tor some tliua id no bot-.to- p htta.lK-eDJlm.vlttah &s m famous aud so ovoncomlng CatarrJi, Hay JIr. J. II. Park'anld oni Clayton Fuvcrf. anid Cold da tlw haad. Tlicre and iS&olby lwiva irDtuTnod'torn'o Unoin Is rallar dn Alto first Uaslh of sipnay 13vnljiM-- wliere thy la!va boon with upoii&.haaitod sensitive Joas. All (kuggkfts 75c, including spnajiliig Draughon gives contracts, backed by chain of SO Colleges, $300,000.0 Messrs lva Park and Tpin.Murry tuba, uiaiUcKl by Ely Bros., 5C War-ro- capital, and 19 years' succ&w, to secure positions under reasonable con. on bu- Itkvo gfoiw to Ibtrtfctrd St" NaW York. ditions or refund tuition. ; "wshon s competitors, by not accepting lUm tola Pattenaoa of Yeaman, -- Cheap Clubbing Rates. UJrM.M.unuM. HIV his proposition.concede that he teache3 mora fiaHtlly at T. C. Ky., La. vWAlu trha Bookkeeping in three montns than they do in six. Draughon can conWe1kay made au arrangomont wlU vince you. IVirk, Feotwrter H1 at U10 the pbUshers of tho Inland Farmer, Mr. Joh 75 Per cent of the United stat Court IReport-UllV- ll A J. 1 howo rf ,Wn (djuiamon Mr. ftlntdhllnn of Loifoyliie, whereby we are enabled era write the system, of Shorthand Draughon etna (brought to fuTaMi The Hartford Republican teaches, because they know it is THE BEST. ftcVr Dmr, koMMsd teterrsd k tke Ckaar Kuii and For FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet "Why Learn Telegraphy?" fttpaiw one year for $1.59. biwbtg ywuad. Hs.vwi &tt ywns old The 4 Farmer U a weekly Jour-o- which explain all, call on or write JOHN F. DRAUGHON, President, MsTese of the beet farai papers Imw Imh a fuoidwst 'afltMki oasiulity DRAUGHOtt'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE, but hlM iW Mvtag w44h Hta tek-U- r publhi lj.the United SUtea, Our weonrosiTSB tl "' readeii! shvsild take advantage of at Us 4msk EVANSVILLE, ADUAH, NASHVILLE, ST. LOUIS, WRING F1BU), MWriUR, tr Mr. and Mm. L. F. itoovr "aud Mr. this Spit, Quit, Fit. i Utlxl3aij). ,;. ..... tt...... rn..-fiui! LHhii3l n....i null. tn. IIIU 1A- rvrr' - Tff )Republican and Louisville Herald , rJflxuEi?UBLicAN and Courier-Journ- x '' , ro D-- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. Good Positions $HOHTH Nil linn n, to-da- y. "' RhflKKFlPING y al MWMW'JiftlfTWWIll T ff, f-- , JjJy - ', ) RENDER. Dr. arid Mrs. II. B. nvjtiwned fam Ma MMBviRe, Iwl., )Mt Wednesday, hfbor & stay of two wek, where Dr. and Mm. In&eM hag been taking treatment 14. Hi-si- m Mwah RMcM Nmm wwi taughter lot xeatnatlem. t Corn to the wife of Ed Hughes, of Cosra4 CRy, a ilauglvtw, let ThurspieM, day, ftlotfwr and cflilVd data Ed. is alt wnlles. Dr. J. 0. MaKoaney I i mm POWDER Absolutely Pure from RoymfGrmp llUnc Eht rl EAfER " H this mmm nqatrameRte, MM M nma( Ml not m I MM aernw from ttot nyom, J tM mm &me M antet liwrwwe I. D s a Williams against the estate of decedents, ex- bright IMiMe 'boy of elgihit years nnd Sunday. cept that It need not be verified by will ho gnaatly missed by all"jWl(p .Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Moonoy, of Hill a person other than the claimant net dear (parents, hrd'iier and ajater side, and Mra. Pcilk Mrcey, of Moroer shall be deemed to have (waived his for little Wicaloy for he Is onlya'slcjp and llss Anna Mary Haover, of Bear right to any part of the assigned Mrs. Mate Hunley ard MIsbRuUi er Dam, wore .hene yesterday. See Russell's statute, Sac. 402. Hunley TOnt to Hartford Saturday. S. S. Hoover, of Nw Albany, jnd., This February 20. 1911. Mr. Jim Tnohenor madia a buuliwas and Bruno Prey, of Itostoe, wene ihere AL.VIX ROWE. 32tl ' tr,ln to Cantcntown vefiterdav. Uvday. Assignee of Tho Bank of Centefrtown. Phelps went to CenMrs. Bermlo For Sain J y. W WMCV tral Oity If nll havo trouhle In srcAtlncr rid Fonty-on- o Realty lots In Cass-nMrs. Belle Vurmua has noturned of your coM you may know (t)hat you Co., addition to Hartford. , Will iH home from Owentiboro after a few are not treating Jt property. There at ?50 each on long time, or twills H days visit Is no reason why a cold should hang There are quite a number of cases on for weeks and it will not If you In bunch for $1,000 cash. Address. S. S. MAPLES, of measiles hoiv. take Chamberlain's Cough Remody. 35tf Owensboro, Ky. ovcryibody remember Judge E. For Let m sale by oil druggist. C O'Rear Tor Governor. A Home Treatment for Lung BARBER NO. 2765. The most common cau3o of insomTrouble. nia is disorders of tl stomach. It 4s a irgccgmilzed fact Miali' fr?sh Chamberlain Stomach and Liver air, plen'jy of nourishing food and a Tablets correct those disorders and corneot constitutional tTOatmont have enable you to sleep. For sale by nil dona more to euro ilucg tnoulble and m druggist. For Sale. a comparatively ne,w stock Ormmm of Tmrtmr Merchandise and also a MALUMLIMEPMSPHATE " that 'we want to sell cheap 'i reside In tho future. Mack Warndr wont to Rcralnie Sunboth stores carry their usual line Mr. and Mns. Rondor, of Central are enjoying a good tradd nnd the day. 18, 1911 at which Olty Saturday March havi moved into our mldasft. be and Oscar Parsons 'Went to storehouse can be bought or rented. place said assignee will The djatih anigel vCsitjed the homo For information call or address, It. V. Evaosvllle, lad., Sunday ito BPend a tlmo and essit to receive claims against said of Mr. ncii Mra. Willi Wllltataw last Williams, Beaver Dam, Ky. low days. 32t tate and any creditor falling to pre- Sxturday owsnlrg about four, o'clock Mr. and Airs. John Tucker, at Boav-- r named, his claim and ola'jroed their youngest'' cbJld, sent at the and Mr. and Mra. Brodlo verified In time . Dam, Notice to Creditors. the manner as are claims nuHfrn last W-tl- 2! was tho attending Hughes Is here at tho residence bf bor lianoiUa, (Mr. and Mra. L. T. Millard. . John T. Matin returned from Saturday, Sbcr a sojourn of ooven dayis. went to Ceninal City, Eddie Saturday. Guy StaUAer made a bu9lnios3 trip to Bstavor Dam, Saturday. GIImorc Koown, of Beaver Dam, wa hero Saturday, the guei&t of hw els- ttir, airs. Amelia Burton. Jlr. and Mrs. Charles Fulkerson spent Saturday and Sunday In Rock-po- rt AlAttas, f 'Taylor Hhyakikin. Airs. , iHen-dow- n, 'IIb March 1- -t Mr. th gwkrt of Mr. and Mw.lMMr' and Mr. and Mr. King 9atrdr Oftf San- day. Mw f, air. Jjoo wiwob, oif'jMiiei of Mrs. Kate Davita, guantay. (&' ftas Mna. Follx, of Hartford, bean vJaJMns Mr. amd Mm r'OhMida Moorman hens for the piMtSmek. roturroed to hor ihonw Sunday1 Aliases Anna EUza Kewn and Myra Fljcisr went to Hartfers Friday X aaarhioon. Mrs. Mantle SUivcms, who hWiboyi visltllsig iral(til-eJn and Jiar- - Ben-dreturned homo Monday. ' Bro, Wriatst conducted Joraen-l- n exerotoas at 'Bohool Monfay morn-4n- g. BAM Jobs. Xtag.jfe dls- - Tbt LtnisiVia Yiew. ftt Drom ttofrto, and ta r: m "teahtas" and mpomos mm'MemmiAiA hy r- lMJN gui s or 1 1 Mr. Rilclhartl S'jclns and'Mrifciaude -- , s the ibody.i Gersniqat fVndy neta all requlnamante and fa producing mame msmieftoue nmHm. If you. have ooaaumpMott An any form blood are If jxw d!aeaei ,Tii!(a uAccms or broubkd otaicmlc sonos, cougi, paine in the' chut; If you ha- - wak luag's and feel ewn- erally nan down and weak, imtfte tho Ohio Madteai Co., Box D, Qolumbus, Ohio, and tliy wlW snd jlou a full Ized -- . jatioa ot aooajwrwarxu toe mar.MOtta eeWi md all nmte of A appefctte, M la . rsm LoMtatewi voted agdiiwt osntCKoMtM eljirooUy H(rtmnt The Nw Orao K A'jgmlMm, amlJMtTml- qm mot aw aay- - nutte Tnas Damoemt . - ... Mitaatttdito, )mW tip J 'MfV htooH9totwt-ti'i3l- r rflaWifa' 'WW bWe ml-ly at fMsownpmny hlp. Jd-fytln- g . wy doittoftttom Mid be biUm or,Mwr lee battle lutt-l- y Thm mmfy kmfclnp powdw mad a btillncee 'tn'ip- - to Reipubl'jcan. J? Hartford Tuesday. (Mrs. CladOd Austin wont to.Iwib-vlll- e Moonmun iou" will froe.aa a tnlal, mention the name of The Hartford , of bhte m1.:o 35t5. wtick to visit her impHhor-In-lo- w Mrs. F. 0. Austin. . s We havo Blra. FulkOTson and faltnilybavo of General moved to Paducah, wfoere ithey- will Drug stone ManvJHe, Wy9.,.wko Oaaada. W. P. Spatvgu, of mid "she told m Dr. King's New' but itfiey mvuvj tlnJc1r.(g molt of tflu Ltf PlUs had cured her of obstivrmi utotu- - nift r!m r'niVlTVL'IM Of tMlT ' Loula'ana nate kidney trouble, and made her statos." TOw new woman." Easy, but congrewman call MkbibAwb Damo- - feel Mke a sure remedy for stomach liver aad fchay ane muoli bjXtc Pru- oiwifl, but kidney troubles. 'Only 36c at all drug taSltonDsta .titan Now Brla.Kd, Rapub m ' for slats iwho" clamor for PrptoctT-clloaxs their manufUoturora, but want tiholuty tailwn off from agrfculturail prodyots. OTTO C. MARTIN S. V. McKKNNBY Tlhia nwmibara from, Jjouiis'ana a3i tiht itflioy oaniict lexpdat U ihiavo TUiriff dutlos malaaailcicd na itbalr own products unleiaB ithey grant a Bimijiair degrdo bf Pretention to tho prodycts Ky. of other siciilojia. Roohajor Democrat and Chrodcle. to matter 'And 'JWrndoratic )di:ira-tto, oa Uie Tariff. "Thay iwra L. "D. S8NNBTT, lopMag to Lcfl(na' laiorcw i," Llva Stook IaMotor for Ohio Coasty. It Mteln8. "It s true liijl? wi ojjftmtd m laivcr of imkta'ma Ohe Not a Word of Scandal kamM TacMf ra&e Mnafc ataada ibdjweon married itfee oall of a neighbor oa Mrs. forcslo and LouWana's area tlmiber lumber totetnccits aad ithoee papem ImmnA' by oompaay. . .w tnumpoir-tln- g 30, a Martin & McKeky Hartford, General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK ; Stallion For Sale. For Sale One 10 ysarnold Closi'ttland damit bay, and gentle. Faneat Colts In Daviess county, if sold by aiiext Ihlm ftwni( and Fire. Payive, of Taylor Mines, were hero Wesley WILL ALSO BOND YOU. Ma-lVa- to-da- L, County Wednesday, $250.00 will takio Creditors of the Ohio Bank will please come forward andl ,ba Sj?3n at ,Havog Llvoiy settle ther indebtedness. It Is my owanabdro Ky purpose anu tne aesire 01 enrerjoooy connected with the bank to (have dlv- For Sale Cheap. Idends declared to tlie depositors as speedily as possible Tills cannot 'be A good Q year old Mane, See done unless creditors of the bank Griffin, Hartford, Ky. will assist by meeting their obit cations. 29tf A. E. PATE, Assignee. II Z.'TV. Hi! ex- V il .. N IRVINGTON, KY. PASTOR I A Auctioneer Tor Infants and Children. Kind You Have Always Bought It Will Pay You to Attend the Thi Smith Influential College in Famous Lexington,lKy. The Wilbur lege, Lexington, 13 years public sales and 2 Bears the Signature of QiJZ&ffi&Zc&tt years Union Stock Yards perience. NO CREEK Maroh 14. Mr. J. W. Hudson moved this tweak to It. Holbroolfls' place on West Nocneek. Esq. B. S. ObambariaHn, Mrs. and Misses Flillclla and Mar-llsFoiitar attended (the funidral sen-los- s of Dr. J. T. Millar at HartCham-iberlal- Smith Business ColKy., lifts baching it Notice to Sheep Shippers. a ihio record of 33 years arAi over 10,000 suocdssful graduates, ds dncorpo Before moving any shefdp within tho rated by ibankieijs, merchants and of- - State of Kentucky, or offering lahe2P fiolals. If you wish a oaursa of Book- - for" transpontation to any mllroad looaplng, Shontihamd, or companyj steamboat, fenry or cither n tfealimg.lthan Telagraphy, write for a 72Hpage cata- common carrier for transportation to that iweakened, all other dorms lof (treatment bom- - logue f na3, induditog labters frpm r,ep- - Ijolnts ojther within or outsldo the faitnad. of.hjundndda of igraduates State, thiey alull bo Inspeotod by the resentabU-eA constitutional troatmert to most Wilbur It. Smith, Lexington Ky. County Live Stock Inspector, found run-dows Specialty on Fall Blooded ' ' Stock. Prices Reasonable! Satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. $ n, sa if ' ford, Sunday. TDie farmers are busy sowing oats and flnJsluLrg Imra'.ng plant bjds Oils Will make the saasion of 1911 at Cooper Bishop's Btalble. Htma mi51es weelf. The young folks of (this and ad- east of Island, on Gnaein rlrar, on joining .walgtlbortiaadia gave Mr. Sher- Mondays, T'ucsdaois and Wednesman Choimbarlaln a iblrthday supper, days of each weak, and at Cenitier-tew- n tlie oihicr three da)is of ach Monday night. Theno were ono presemt, ard itihe occaiston was we;k. He will stand at $10 to Inall that one could wldh and every one sure a living colt, money due wih'cn enjoyed it gireatly. Shorman saysiio colt is foaled or mare translomed. Cans akan to prevent aooldbnts thank's all who came, as he enjoyed it, as did the entitle Tamlly Among but nit rasronsiible ilhculd any ocMltsus Myrtle cur. F. M. ALLEN, those jnxasrit wore: Canitentauin, Ky., Wimifcrd. Fllldla and Manilas FosTin Flnia Yours Trotting StalTllon. ter, Ira Waillaco, Lula and Bentha EAGLE DISPATCH, Ward, Lee Rowan, Effie and Pearl Easterday, Gurt'lu licsciiwtit, MabljAah-b- Will maUj the season of 1911 at my Loreno Balrd, Mnble Park, Ijizzlo barn dn Ojcitsitown, Ky. II. iwlll H. Hudson, Annlo Brad&haw, Alma ltuby stand at $8 to lnsum a ilrlni . Susie Wannloa, Myrl Beunutt, Sally Stonoy du2 wh,Mi fact Is assettalned j Moxley, Eva Tlltcanpson, Mrs. Ilrtha or more traiufurKd. Car taken toi . Ellils, Vonnu Juhndon, Mrs. provent accidents but not rvjsponsl ItosUs Lowi!s. Messrs Llojid Wann.ca, bio should any occur. DoscripiCan- and Psdtgree. Estill WUhlnton, Lonoj- - lloovur, Ra EAGLE DISPATCH Benna'jt, Holland Shuiwii, Rosco waaj TjirJi, Robert Davis, Ira, Ernest ard April, 1903. is 16 hands b! Claud Moxloy, Jamtu lewls, Owen uay oest ot last andlliJeB.'fl'nyf Wallace, Clarence Waul, Alvln Ward, mane and tall, fine stygahd ajalori. Kly Benw-t- t, Henxy Tlnsluj". Rabent He is by tlr-- renowned saddeiland Ward, FonHst Hudson, Wattitf and liannta-i- s titiiillon, R3d JEagU' NlL.s,i Cfeanley Foster, C. Wallaae, Eru-e3tuv u jhuu 5iiu;rrei, so. iiii, vhf Miy Bennett, S. Ellis, AVUalsn King, Ammt Black Squirrel, Xo. C8, lie iby Black Ashky, Noble Thomasson, S. Chuin, Bagile, No; 74, he by" King WtUIaim, Ed. Lewis, Robert Johnwsn, Rubjrt No. C7, he by Waahlnaton Bdmiwrk, Shown, Joliu Chainbeilaln. Timer, No. CI, 'he by Gainta Denmark, No. 61, 'ho by old B'ack Denmark, the 4 OUbeat and Rclly Westerf lold. Mr. J. P. Ftts,tur Is dalug a nlca mlla race heme, he by Imparted business in hia iw titore. Wululsh Hcdgoford. EAGLE DISPATCH'S Hirst Warn aim well In his aiqw work. BJU Habram, by Old Blbpatch, No. AVhen lave ;heumatlbm in jour 4480, iia by Oinward, No. 1011. ha by foot or lnstcp apply Chamberlain's you will get quick re- George Wilkes, No. C19; EKjcond dam Liniment and , lief. It costs but a quarter, why by Don Pedro. Your .jvatnonage Bollclted. m suffer? For sale by all druggist, ALLEN, F. Centertown, Ky. For Sale. Five-rooTito pne Young Jack. cottage .with Q acres BLACK BALDY, of la&d, la Hartford, Ky Good outWilli make the Beason of 1911 at ray g buildings and a woll of barn at Centontown, Ky., and will water. Pnlce U.100. cottage In stand for $8 to insure a living colt. .FOR SALE Fivoroom Money dua wiwii faot im ascertained Hartford, Ky. Price J550, or mare tranifarred. Cane taken to .'A. C. VEISER &. CO., At8., pnavont oocldents but not respanal-bl- e 32tf Hartford, Ky, fchbuld any occur. F. M. ALLEN, For Sale. 3318 Cenlbortown, Ky. efltle work lvorseB Two good sound. Also throe good inlleh aad Notice to Creditors of The Ohio For cowb. I will sell reasonably. County Bank. addrosW. jMtrtkularo call on or W. H. IUIJEY. .Notice to the crodMoro of he Ohio . County Bank ia bonaby lva iimt I Hartford, Ky. Viii will on the lOik day of AprtI, 1911, ; Ntike. reoelve at tfce wtfice of Uie OWo cWa TJi HdftlKl awlgtiee of The ly Iiaak, ail clalaw aeaiiwt tae Bk of Ctertawa ,wlll be in Oa-- . OWo Baak pnoperJr yartHM tflterB, OkVo county, Ky., at the fur payttWHt, ' bWo of the "Dauk of Cenltentqwa oj 3tti ( A. E. FATS;, AaOvm. y, M.1-,8t . , PHMIHIMH.HHMHHMHHH Announcement Extraordinary OF- ! OHIO COUNTY DRUG COMPANY. Inooi'iaoratocl SUCCESSORS TO 2. WAYtfJE GRIFFIN St BRO. need, and price them Will put on sale (specially priced) Drug Store Goods, such as Pure Drugs, Toilet Articles. Drug Sundries, Etc., at prices that will surprise you, so please get up a list of articles you at our store. 69c 69c 69c 69c 69c 69c 69c 69c 69c 69c 69c 69c 69c ComReme.. Full pint bottle Beef, Iron and Wne (sells regularly at $1) Special price 69c Dr. Hobson's Extract of Celery with Iron (a good nerve tonic and system renovator) Former price $1, special price . . . . 69c French's Compound Extract of Haywood's Kidney Root Sarsaparilla. pound, A powerful blood and skin purifier. Former 69c price $1, special price The great Kidney, Liver and Bladder dy. Former price $1, special price 69c J ; Diaesteze for Constipation and Dyspepsia. 42c m (B A very agreeable remedy Special price 3 Z. 3D " Haywood's ChillTonic With Iron An ettective remedy for chills price and malaria, special . 3 w C3 C3 Sm -- 4 Extra Specials in Powders. Keystone, per can Mellins, per can Tal-cu- Paints! Paints! Paints! We will sell you a grade of,Paint that cannot be beat for durability. For Quarts 50c J gallon 85c '1 gallon $1,50 si O 3j .. . 10c. . , . . . 20c Colgates, per can 20c Hobson's, (large) per can . 20c Golf Girl, per can 20c Williams, per can 20c 55, TJi 3 12 -- C5 i 42c u ... .... .. i. Extra Soap Offer., Colgates, (Honey) cakes 20c Buttermilk, 3 cakes for 20c Craddocks, (Medicated) 3"1 cakes for 20c 3 for nover-fall-ia- FIXALL For Furniture and ' . Fleers. USB Flaxseed Meal per pound . .. ;. " Cream Tartar " CompoUnd Cathartic Pills per 100 . Hematic Pills per 100 Vegetable Pills " " Aseafoetida Pills per 100 Lapactic Pills per 100 Aspirine (5 grs.) per dozen Chloroform Throat Tablets per dozen M. T. Capsules per box Household Remedies Etc. . . . 10c o a. 85c 25c 45,. ... '.- - 23 LtV 5? .'Sdc 4fic . . . 42c ? fin ... lBc 15c 10c r ft g w "2 a Reduction in Stock and Poultry International, Reduced from 26c and c t0 S0 ad 40c Dr. Hobson'a-WorPowder redueed fre 50c to , . , jo,. Dr. Kays WormPowder.reduoed frowSletelOe Ravens Stok and Poultry Food, redueed from 2c and 50 to afc and 40c Blue Graw Condition Powder redueed from v 26c to , aOe Bourbon Poultry Cure now 40c now 9(c for Dr He'8 na Poultry Combination Special! A Good, guaranteed Tooth.Bruah, so should, the bristle come out, in other than a reasonable length of time, return iU Food. rr and get another free. -A- ND- . A Bottle of our Euthymol Teeth Powder, the "Ideal Dentifrice" for cleaning and purifyifur tke teeth, also for harden ing the gums. Until the supply gives out, will be sold for fee III II N 41144 r food0 a(lt ,.,..... ..'...... ...,.,...,.. i- - 1 caty TELEPHON1 NUMBER 28. TELEPHONK NUMBIBR 8.