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The Hartford republican: March 24, 1911 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 hao1911032401_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: March 24, 1911 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. jtjJQjF; Oir Z)c ytattfQvm UBnblkan. Fine Job Work. VOL. XXIII. NEGRO EDUCATOR to to 3iia DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THMPEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY. Subscription $1 per Year No. 36 SUCKED BOOZE THROUGH TUBE Inmates of Somerset. Jail Have the Laugh on the Officials. SomwsfcJt, Ky March 20. Unite States Dtjiuty Marshall J. A. Coleman, or tliis place, arrested Ellslia. Burton on a charge or selling whiskey without pnjlng gaverrunsnt tax, the sales alleged to ha btun maAt to tho priboners Incarcerated In the Pulaski county Jail here. The unearthing of tliis scheme, which has Ibeeu puzzling the jailer and officers for several weeks, exjKraed a most unique plan of procedure. As no one Is allowed In the Jail wilthout the pesence of tine Jailerr or turnkey the fact that the prisoners were often in an intoxicated condition hasipuzzled the officials for soma time, but nono of them would reveal from what source ithey wiere procuring the Intoxicants. Finally or.b of the "trusties was prevailed upon to "stiueel" and Us told the plan. This was for man to stand near tho outsWe windows, which are low and which front on a street which runs by the jail, and, while conyersmg with some ipriscner through the iron bars, wtoh protect the windows he would us a long, small gum tube one end stuck dnto a bottle of whisky carefully cuncealtid on an Inside coat pocket and .the other end protruding thorugh tho window and Into the prisoner's mouth. ByiShia means, no one would ever noiiloe anything unnusual as passers by are frequently seen in conlveriatlon iwlta prispnuirs at the windows. Bach prisoner was charged five centis tor a short suck or tan cecitsfcr a long one a suak meaning one sKvallow The bottle holder guanded agatJnilt. being imposed on by any prisoner tak- liig too lqng a pull at tjhe Dub? by squeezing tho it.ube near the battle, " thus cutting off absolutely any if low from the bottle. After the scheme hai been exposed by the officers of th long coun'ty and government, the tube, which w as used, was turned civt to the Jailer, the prisoners seeming-tenjoy the joke of haUr.g put one-oveon him. This episode will result In the Jadl halng walled off eniireiiy from outalde siauroes and'.the. prisM'n-o- rs cut off from tho privileges which, thieo- - have henutofone enjoyed pf wutli ieople on the outsWo of the walls. con-vemsl- ng HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1911. ibocaueo pr 4n court last ni(ht, riceiyad Injuries to-d- ay of the occord-lcs- c ANOTHER PERIL OF THE HOBBLE (far SKIRT. IS BADLY BEATEN ney and die hearing of Booker T. Washington Roughly ( etatemennt of his attorUw chargu against Albert Ulrlch the curpentw, arras kid lait night on his complaint o teli0olou til $1,500 assault,- - was postponed unUlricli was. held In tomorrow. School will now hold thd "Klng'3 Teacher" diploma. IVxstor Bruner will preach at the schbolhcuro tor the Concord (leoiple Saturday at 11 o'clock and Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. . ' I Used Following Peculiar Ep isode hall. Fig- Pvff troosevs ' M'J, pPH MISSION- - DAY. ia Gotham , Hay Stack and Hay Wagon ure in Accident. " March 20. Bootoar r. Washlngiton ws brought Into the police ataltlan Wast 2at night toy 8 jwllcaman who had , iCtvaeyd'hAmiup Central Park Westlafter a scuffle In a hallway at 11 West Sixty-thirstreat. Atbent Ullrich, a W.Deatw. was arrested on Wasliiro:- complaint, charged with ns- iPilt. Ulrich told tho police Rhalt ho Niqw Ybnk, SIxfcy-fMjystrc- d ii's a x - . Glasgow, Ky., Somo strange, disease which promises to annihilate the honey beo ot this a'Ollon has mad Its appearance and the Ibees are dyUnles3 the ing by the wholesale. disease abaties, or some 'remedy is round homeralsed honey wJIll be a thing of the past. Complaints ore f coming thick and Last from eV3i-quamter. Within the past few u&ys.l. M. Oaks, who lives near Hubbard, In the edge of Motcalt county, lsi 15 hives of beus; W, A. Oaks, 12 hives; M. M. Jeffnlos, six, and L. Boaton about a dozen. In somo lnstani6ja farmers have lost all thalr MLvea. .What (the trouble is no one can bell. .Whan tho flnst bee diet the enn-tlr- o hive succumbs in a '&hcmt Itilme. Kene In some seotionns whore strait.' JVest Sixty-thir- d plentiful only a few weeks ngo there ' iHo aaid Mils evening he firafc wenlt t a single hive. Wild bees are l to chuneh and got to tine SixtyVtihlrd &ald to ibe dying the same as thoae street addrwBs about 9:15 o'clock. He which are domesticated. said ith&t ho looked at rtflio riataas on ' tho belte in thkj. vtstiibulo of 1111-- 2 For Sale. which Ja an. ppartmiomt libuse, and Corn, oata pure wheat bran, hay, anyone warned Smith was unb Ja to find feed meal, alfalfa meal, cotton coed He said Jhwt he may have atayed u few meal, Acme horse and mule "f&ad, In front of ithe aipantmeEit for ohlckon food, momenta, and that 'he wvrit ibwck sev- corn chops, all kinds fTihen chicken grits ond shells. Delivered eral .times to look for SntlUu Ulrleli ran out bf the fneo anywhere In Hartford. he said W. E. ELLIS, aiirtawi house vestibule Biijd came 3&t4 Tha Produce Mu. at him wUh a club.. to Mr, Warinlngton a1d ho ran-aFirst Christian Church. Park Weat and dien ran Cennlti Senvtcw next Sunday aiioridng and noxWi lor a hlock ton the iiaric irtdeof vl6i Ulricli clorfa bahlnd, bvb4h, by 4he pastor, Bid. W. B.' the tatp4 htt. IH iKJaWvaiy ddenWfled AViriht. Subject of Morning eerin bawtU of Our Lord's Answ(ed Utob u the man wtoto awauUed hlni. "A Vtokm.Evening tlwme. "A Rulwr's Washington iwaa .taken to Prayer" Baftnw Mr. M1m(a1m," Spwctal songs for Wie even-I- n the VlmpW Hotipttal Mfs. Lula -Mrulee. , Mm hUUou hoube in mm-"' the CoHniwnton service Sunday morn-lat WuMmUjn lind mX Jn4Uie to iimmi Mtw hd pt Ww aftatiuiMAit iummt. Stie IMblu Seteael Sunday aftornoon hHwaf 'I said mat Whhwtoa Jwl M "Hlt 2:90. Pmyw mating lUito yaniag at 7:90. had t dwbmrt." to T. ilii awl ikwu In Lao4ut u V ikt inaator.BR sext uh- i.iuu W,H " It l 'froM Cowltal lv4teMMv to vry oweto . aW t P- - ! attend wfe sn-tew iwt Dr, WftpkhWtoa be-a- s so going along. Ulrlch wanted to make a charge of unlawful kjntry against Washington, but tho charge was not entertained. In Flower Hospita it was eald that the patient had a out over his leflt ear, .but that lie was able lo leave the hospital soon after lie was cared for. Washington Is staying alt the1 Manhattan HotU. He hail poi. returned at midnight. Ulrich ias "held cn a charge or assault. '" At tih.3 West potiw. atartion Washington told Lieut Quinn, who was at Una desk that he had been An Awn- since Saturday. .He, said that ha resolved a itisleigram .inv from .the auditor of the Tuske- gea ImstStute, D. J3. Smith, asking hlni to go to Ufo homei of Smith s cousin, also roamed Smith, 'ait 1111-- 2 at that address.. Washington 'had two or thneo saalp wounds and was token to Flower iHaepItal for trmtmeniu This ils fthe story as Ulnlch told it to tho police: He said that his wife had lofit her room at about. 0 o'clock ito give one of her dogs an airing. Sho found In tho Railway a negro ho smiled at her as fh a passed out. Ho iwas well dressed and bowed as Ehe passed. He was still Khare when sho came back and again ow'ed she Bald. . t, Mrs. UlirJch presently sat out again with another dog, and as she passed title negro ngaln emifljd, tshe thought, and when ho camo back he address 3d her in a famllar manner. When she got dnslde she told her husband what she hod seen. . Ulrloh put on his coat and passed out of the apamtimenii pnto "Wpest d etrst. The negrp vlb stlUl dn the hall. Ho talked a fiiw minutes wltli somo friends on y tho street. After a e,w minutes ho returned and then Ulrlch told a ttho police le. found fine negro k through a keyhole Into rtiie cf Prank Rest, a chauffeur, who has rooms on the ground floor, iwhAjana you doing here?' J0-"says be, asked him. The negro mado no reply, but etruo out, barely missing Ulrlch. Then he d ran past him into West streat. A number of Ulrlch's friends who were still in the street took up the chose. Tho negro ran toward Cen tral Park and there started north, with tM crowd after him. Ho fell once, picked hmisejf up fell again and then a third time. Policeman Klornwy took up the chose, and took Washington to the West street station house, Ulnlch alkeyhole- in ari appanfcniOTit Glasgow, Ky., Macrh 17. A message from Matoalf countiiy BtaUa that Ar tjhur Jtssee, the ton of Thomas Je33oe, a pranilnernt fawner of Cork, in that county was prabably fatally Injured by falling or a The boy had cllmbad to the top of a large hayutack pliyins und lost his balance, falling to the ground br4aklng 'his arm and reoeivlng S3rl-obruises. It is feared he ts lmjr-nall- y hurt. Mr. Whitfiold Hanper a farmer of fiummor Shade, near tho Bx reu and JMetcalf cjuni'j' line, wds thrown frenn a wagjem load of hay Haitd yesterady ottennocn and severely Injured. Ho was a'tting onthahay who the tdam suddenly Htanted and was to the' ground, striking a thrown stone and beaklng his log below tho knee. Ho vill recover. hay-Btatsk us woUl-knoi- Fox in Chicago Evening Poit. THEIR LIVES WERE STRANGELY ALIKE CONVENTION TO BE CONSIDERED - ti Program for for "Missionary Day" In Bajptlst Sunday SchooL March 2C, 1911, is as follows: 9:45 Sons, "Rescue the Perishing" by school. 9:50. Prayer. 9:"5 Sunday School ,and .Missions Dr. E. W, Ford. 10:00 Song, "The Morning Light U Breaking," (by school. 10:03 Recitation, "A Little Missionary or Long Ago." iMary Barnard. 10:10 Lsssore Period, 10:30 Song. 10:33 Recitation, Gifts tor the Kingdom" Henry D. McIIenry. 10:10 Missions Rev. J. W. Bruner, 10:50 Quartet No. 1, Wan. Fair, E. O. Sdiroeter. E. W. Ford, Carlisle Render 10:55 Prayer. (MRS. J. W. BRUNER, MISS LILL1E BURTON, MISS MARGARET .MARKS, .MRS. I. D. BEAN, Committee. x Chicken With Four Legs. Co. "H." Attention. The membars of Co. H. are tordared to appear at the Armory Friday even-lo- g March 24, at S o'clock fori M. DeWEESE, Capt, drill-JAMJ2- 3 V,C Com- - Nonogenarians, Spencer County Republican State Central Folk, Die Almost Simulni?Hpp tn IVTppr in 1 niiiswillp. By C. B. SHONVN, Ueut. taneously.. .tn on April First. Slxity-thir- de-la- peer-Jef- apart-itoiD- Allen County Endorses O'Rear for Fisher.ville Ky., Marah l".Colncl-deho- e Governor. in "their Uvea. ',cilch had Clrmly Scotts'vrlle, Ky., Ollanch 21. The Re- cemented their friendship for each publican conwenitlon wjhlch met here other persisted even In the deaths to 'rattfy TWte niamlnlaltlon Df Earl C. yesterday of George William Snider, Huntsmani fo Rdpneeentatlve adJop- - aged ninety-fiv- e yarns and MTS. Eliza ed ithe following resolution calling on Nichols, aged ninety-thre- e years, Judge Ed C. O'Rear 'to make the race wiShln flfeten minutes, one fdrgqvernorij, from the other. They were buried t ThaiX)tory.3e)lt rajav'd jby, the Re- side by side tnthecdmatarynear Soliconiven-t'io- a publicans of ?Uj.ncounij-,..i;der's this morning. The old people - TheRepubllcan State Central Com- Loulsullo AprllVlijin purauance to a call issued mltteejhWdll get together in P'Rnjwn.JtakjjnjUitibanrJvlPl by Chairman Winn. The quasMon or a convention to nominnate Republican canndidates for State offlcea will bo considered. Two subjects of Importance will bo discussed. That is a (llVilsAon of opinion ua to whi?n should geUInto the Cleld. h o'rio idT ib tliat a convention should assembled, that we luvil iwiih ressldad only a few doors from .each be "held before the Democrats hold thelrk'prlnuvry, and the other Is that the Inforniatlore that Judge cVher-orthe Briar Rl'ugo iroad. ng Master Alfred Duke, the five yjar old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jaks Duke, of this city, and grandson of iMr. and Mrs. Alfred Carter, of routa 1, called at this office Thursday and shcv.adais one of the most remarkable curiosities that we have ever sen, wjhlch was a chicken wltli four kg3. vThe chicken was hatched Wedns-dajby-a-hwhich Mrs. Carter ojwns. and is perfectly tormsd. It did not appear to have use at present of tho additional pair of k'gs, but rvas too young to examln j closely. We have never semi a chicken ot that kind, and It will be quite valuable If It lh.s, and it now shows all indications of lb ing. en ." eta-lis'- u &-- '. Sixty-thir- leoplo anidi malco thhj nacti foe gisrver-- t nor. That we earnestly urgu Mm to make said aunounoamtenit nit such itlmo as to hlni appears proper and that wo unreservedly endorse his (prospective candidacy and pledge him that it hy Is a candidate the vote cf Allien County will ,be oast for 'blm.iin the sra'tocon-venitlo- n and, the 'delegates fnom said county will use all honorable means to procure his nomination ,nnd election." Jn'lS35 Mr. SaldenattidIrA-MIoho- ls tyis Iiiir&Uiaos .Ehbuld-Mea- v thj se- Sixty-eigh- th Death Stingling the Honey Bee. then bath young .people, joined the Baptist ichucnh while a rarival was In progress in a log cabin lWhloh stood on the present s.".te of tihe Bdthlehem Baptlstsphurch. Both marr.ted in tho year 1839 and strangely enough bath raised the sam number of chMdren. Tho odd coincidences had drown tho old people closely togmihor, and when death came Co them the Btory of the similarity of irhelr Jives was the occaamong their sion far wlda nemark friends. lection oA nominees to an August - convention. In vi!w of the call for the commit tee meeting political gossipers are talk Ing llt&le. The names of probablo candidates for Govemor include those of Edwward J. M.onioiv, Scmosjt; Judg E. C. O'Rear, mt ML Sterling! Judg McICenzie M.osst ot Bawling Grwn; IJeutenant W. H. Cox, or May vllto and Leslie Combs, of IyexInigSon. E. T. Franks, "of Oivenslbaro, alndady has announced his candidacy. i. m m tlit st Ul-ta- lv oki br w g. it ' hr ad Wool Growers Attention. Miss Fann.".e Whitblnghlll 'enr- Wool Growers will meet at tho Italn.d her Sunday ScliOol Class with Tho Court House In Hartford during tho a Chating Dish iparty on Tuesday Count Unndon ot the A. S. of E., on March 21st, from aown to ten, at the first Friday In April. A grader th3 home of Mrs. C. P. Keown, All is to be selected at that time.. "All 3peat an. enjoyable evening. Ttose Hulah King, wool growers attend. Misses present were: E. C. BAIRD, Ch'm'n. Flora Riley, Beulah Rowe, Mary Laura Pendllton, Estelle Mullendor. Deserts Baby on Train. Nancy King, Wlnnn Dean Mosel-y- , Rlchmonwd, Ky., March 18. Cflnsld-cnbaMargamte Taylor, Mary Newboldt and Coffee. mystery Burmuuds the dollv-or- j' Alloa Keovyu?' Juice Grapo of a white "girl baby to Jailer Custard a la St. Patrick. Baptist Church. Jones tills afternoon by a small coli Cake de Shamrock ored giril, who said she had been diMr. Louis- Intzmlngcr spent a few rected) by a iwhJjte woman to deliver The ladles voted many thanks and days with tho Sunday School workthe QMld to him- - InvestilBatSon. dis- ers last wejk. He Is very enthusias- much praise to their ivery thoughtful closed a mote pinned to tiie dulld's tic and believes in doing the work hostess, Mrs. GUnn. clothlne the nolo being addressed to as w.'U as talking about it. Tho mrthT also the Jailer. Tho Investigation was canvassed, the Sunday Ulwin Mr, and Mrs. W. D. Luoe, March 21, showed that tho white woman iwoa at School thoroughly graded and much a boy. Christened Robert Ellis. a local hotel and was Mrs. Ella t Interest a,wakened. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Whlte( of Juclctton, Ky. Biie said she who Is conducting Pror. 21, a boy. was notr the mother of the chMd but will moot ills March tho singing school, Air. and Mrs. Lae. a boy. Chrisshe 'os sitting In tho fev&t on tlii class Friday evening at 7:30 o'cloak, train with a woman who aslwd lier Saturday evening at ime hour and! tened Thadoro. .Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben G. Howard, a to hold tho baby for a moment. Sho Sunday aft&rntoon at 2:30 o'clock. Christened John William. says tha womain weant out for a moI,. .11,.. ...,n..nl ".lla.N boy. x. ..i a. ment and nuver cumo back. tho Sunday School. slon" day "in Marriage License. Program printed below. Klunamom Boyd, 20, Centerowiu to Notice to Tax Payers. Morning"1, .worship at 11 o'clock. Sara B. Myers, 17, Harttord, route 2. of Preaching by tho pastor. The olty taxes for the town B, L. Arnold, 22, to Nola C. Engspecial Hartford, Ky., for the year 1911 are At tho evening hour, a lish, 17, both bf Horse Branch. past due. If not paid by April 1 6 program will bo rendered by tho Charley Tanner, 34, to Sable Anper cent will be added, "Teachers' Training Class" and twen drews, 32, both of Mclloury. S. F. RILEV, Collector. ty otrlcer and teachers will receive 33U. Loo Watt, 18, Cromwell, to Doua their dlpUij for tliat work. Daugherty. 17, Flint Springs. Meeting of Co. "H." 3rd K.'N. G. Dr. B. W! DeMent. teacher of Sun V. A. Stewart, to Dora A. Travis, Company iH wilt meat for reorgani- day Schoea Pedagogy lit the Southern JvjSh of Hurtford, route 5. sation at the Arnwny in Haptiord Sat- Baptist: Theological Sjrrtlnary Laulsvlll daJlvor the address and urday April 1, l&U, at 7 o'clock ip'. thi Ky., ww-JDividend Declared. All vaaauok will bs flltod. The oi-pan- y present the 'diplomas., Special imuslo I will ipay a 25 per cent diviWeiid wil be rerHed up to a. war Is helng prepared and an Interesting on all claims against the Bank of Any one during to be service lskipaeted. footing. Satur.beginning next Tlis wotak has been carried on In tho Oentertown come a number of the eewtpany lHild day, March 25,19,11. Th sivlea for Baptist Suritlay school now for throe ra(iori on this ALV1N HOWE, Assignee. years, a vkuts completing the work the auiituwr w4U be atKftutlv. Finn, aged Bowling Green-ldtf- y Bvory nwrnvber of tlw enaHy 4et each year,, .but this Is by far the largest dMa a prowlHemt faiimor ot rKjqulpd to wfart oh abw datte. t 1ms ever taken tho seveaty-eieiveuonk du MM war. Most all the offl- - tiie BSaclc Jack aelWorhood, Siwp-a- a' jam mb m. couaty. tfa Co ears and Vttwkeri In the Siwday Conwnnng le no Flo-Men1 .1- -.. Chafing Dish Party. Mrs. Glenn Entertains. Tho Woman's Club met Saturday March 18 with Mrs. J. S. Glenn. After the j)ragram the ladt s were asked by the hostess to rimlr to the dining room where a gneaE su'rprjte had been iiDciJsrcdrr.tfiem Jn honor pt dear old St. Patrick. It was a typical St. Patricks entertainment. Tho decorations were green and' white Everything that nu-- t the eye was suggestive of ,th 3 day. The blarney stone, the pig, tho cigar, the frog, last but not least, the Shamrock with a tiny gjeen and white pipe. The large dining table had for decorations mirrors edged with grass, frogs iwene on the mirrors and grass. The ladles after being seated were given sh'eeU of paper and pencils to write a verso suggtions of the day. Tho Verses w ere collected and reuasied toibt ivad. The- hostess being too kind to ask any lady to read her own production. Everything was given a toast from the Kind hostess down to St. Pat himself; The ladles felt much honored tohav their host Judge Glenn ni'pear just as the fallowing menu was jrved. Roast Pig Apple Sauce Potato Salad Bread and Butter Wafer Tomato Salad Hartford College Notes. The faculty and students are ln- dahted to friends of the Colleg-- for some excellent addresses and Madly Interest shown In their work. Dr. Pendleton lectured to the .Physiology class In the Normal Department on circulation. Dr. J. AV. Taylor will lecture later on The Eye. ' Rev. Elgin conducted devotional exercises at Chapel Monday morning and spoko on the Power of Thought. Mr. Marvin Taylor, Rochester and .Miss Alice Keown, city, entered the Normal Department this weik. A 'number of tho students attended tho Basket Ball game and Itoayer Dam at tho latter place last Saturday, Mr. Estll Park and Dr. Taylor city, were among our visitors last wieek. Misses Dona Hoover and Iris Elliott who halve been out of school oa account cf sickness have neturnod to their classes. iMlsses Argent Shultz, Mary Elliot and Effle Berryman spent tho "Week t ond at their homos . The usual monthly tests were held on last Turhsday and Friday. Messrs. Jamos Berryman and Allan Taylor, Rochester, both patrons of the-school, were welconw visitors Mon , day. Dr. Pinhlo addressed the students body recently on Care of tho Teeth A timely subject well presented and much appreciated. beiiiWeai-Greenvllle d. Notice to Creditors of The Ohio County Bank. .Notice to tho creditors ot tid Ohio County Bank Is hereby given that I wiUl on tho 10th day ot April, 1911. receive at the office Df the Ohio Clouu ty Bank, alt claims agaiabt thor ObJo County n, Bank property iveiitfed A: E. PATS, ufmm: forpayiawt, 3Ut lAsJ&to. J ,'.- - i.'.i .uutokd DR. ANOS IS NOT GUILTY, SAYS JURY Judge Warns Those Present Against a Demonstration. Irillianf Flow of Oratory in nal ArgumentA Victim Demanded. Fi- - h t Pa.ducah, Ky March 17.- - "Chanlcy, Jlopklasvdllo, Ky., .March 1C The , do you rvamembar tho Lime I took you jury whi'xsh heard the case against Dr. EOST CARDS. on honsetiaok to the denblat and you returned a verdict into D. A. Amoss ENVELOPES had a "tooth pulled?" asked John,Mark court tonight at 8:10 o'clock million ham, an aged bricklayer of Honjalnis xead: "Wo tho Jury, find tho twfendan BLOTTERS vllle, Ky.,Of Chanlo3 MarRhaan, the Amoss not guilty as charged in BILL HEADS Ir. l, new president of the IlUncte tho indictment.' ' wlicn tlioy mej: in Meannliis, Dr. Anwjs eihook hands witih each ing. PROGRAMS of the jurors, nnd Attorney John ifell TThoro LETTER HEADS are etfJl two indiLctemmts Tcnn., tonilft'hii far the first fclme Ulnco tfinnked them on bohalf of tthe against Dr. Amoss one changing lilm bojihood. The railroad ipretdent re with .bandlnng and oomfedaratltig to- plied, "Yes, I do. 'And you ano my SHIPPING TAGS ibrothor." STATEMENT HEADS Tho reading of. bhorvord let was ibenrd gether with Olivers to go forth, and long-loWith ithls nuery' and answer tdie by perhaps a hundred iwaple jwhagath the other ctarging tliat In pursuance When you bavo rheumatism In your xsd hastily from around tho business of tills oonapilracy thiy did go fonfli brothers clasped eadh q'jhor and teirs LABELS CIRCULARS district .when the meport wont out tha and hunn &ho waTehousa of rtlanldy & flqMWcd freely. Tdiosa twiho wiitn?s-e- d foot or instep apply Chamberlain's like eoeno wore a tew"1 Illinaki Liniment and you will got quick rea verdllQt had boen reached bdforo the Falrilelgh to this olt-- . The nthar Dunniing, verdict was rtud. Judgo Hanberry datondantis, Guy J. 11. Central offlolals, and the' i reuniting lief. It costs but a Quamtor. Why STOCK FORMS Itcblnlson, Nei'ton was so affecting that they turned suffer? For sale by all druggist, m .present dibat there mut Malone, warned thcuo BOOKLETS Jchn le no expression, eltfher of apnroval NlcJhol3 acid Irnlng Glass, are Indict- away. A Missing Address. Several Wieeks ago the, two' brothas or disapproval, land thciro was no ed on Ahe same .three charges j e, 'CATALOGUES dranonstnatilon. ORDER BLANKS Dr. Amosi, leaving eeventleein cas- ers talked oyjr ithe long dlstante Mike, .haying been sent by Ms mas.... . 'v'rf f mlttoough tha rememibrance ter to iellvjar a hare In. a hanuior, land Tho cteclatani tis to whether or not es on the docket after thfos one Is Dr. David A. Amoss, tine Oaldwull diJaposedsf. Whether althor jde will of early ahtlAdhood dn ClairkisrVlll?, setoutono. long journey. Feallngilircdj DEED BLANKS MORTGAGE BLANKS. county physician, who is alleged to make the effort to got into aco'Jhar Tenn., wne not fully eaUstied that and 'Inquisitive, he set down and open on trial at this term ds not Known.. he had found his brother, and tho cd the hamiper to see the hare. .have 'led "tho might rider raid Memphis meeting was arranged. iTiny HopklngriUle on the tulgiht of Dec. G, In an dnstiant the hare wias run.i did not knci each other.,by .sight as ning down tho roadw Mike was Ivory 1907, shall wear prison strip ca for a I John Alarkiham .had not soen .hla (baby upset at this, but suddenly hepbut-o- d term of from ono to fifteen years or bo restored to hi liberty now insia brother since he depantod from homo after at: "It's no" goo,d; you don'e For Infants and Children. "with tho Jury. to join the army in the civil war. know where to go. rave the h'ad- For ten daya this iamous case .has occupied the cadre The Kind You Have Always Bought Time had changed their gencanl ap dres3 on this 'are 'ampor." Idvas. pearance, ibut a short conversation of time of tho circuit court ttiore,and Bears the duining thai .time jjcores of. witnesses thee old home near Clarkavdll and ' Forced to Leave Home. Signature of Let Us Submit Estimate 011 Your Next Work. charges, countertestified, tho trip to Uie dentist soon establishbavo Every year a largo number of poor , charges and denials have beeti made ed tJhe brotherly tie. sufferers, whoso lungs are soro and All Work Guaranteed. galore thero have .been 'two days of John Jlarkhfam did not know any- - racked wilth coughs, ftTe urged to go A Strange Story. oratory Buch as "was niaver heard In ArgyJe, Jiich, Jlrs. Wm. H. Carson tiling about the whereabouts of his to another climate. But this Is costa criminal .prosecution, and Ithnough in a Jester from Argyle, sajs; "I was broteher until he was recently oluoted ly and not always sure. There's a of the court almost iwild with it all at uvery scos'-oi.lu In my nead, an to the presidency of itflie Illinois Cen- better way. Let Dr. King's New Disthe count room has heen packed with othjr sovene i.lns from womanly trou tral. He at once got din touch with covery cure you at home. "It oured people from tho town and long dis- bles. After using Cardul, I obtained him, and the Memphis moetlng was me of dung trouble," writes W. tances around and widespread dnter-e- ?t great relief: Further iuse of Cardul arranged. of Calamine, Ark., "when all ha3 followed the case fnom day raised me from my bed of agony, Car An agreement had been made to else failed and I gained 47 pounds v to day. But nqy tjbe last ward lias dul saved my life (when nothing keep ibhe meeting quiet, but-I- t was in .weight Its surely the king of all been said, tinid tho question f Dr. elsa would lwdn me". Wbathtvr sa- - given publicity here today by a party cough and lung cures." Thousands , Amoss' guilt or Innocence is wlMi the riouaiy sIcU or y alllngi take wiio had conversed with an Illinois owe their Jives and heailth to It. Its iury' lOarduI, the woman's itonlc positively guaranteed for Cnghs, 1 re-- Central official who witnessed it. . Tlheargunvant closed this afternoon ilIoVC3 pa,( irregularities, Colds, LaGrippe, Asthma, Croup all nrith Jio speech of Commonwealth's j bullda weakp nervou3 woraan lbaok to EDWARDS SCH00LH0USE. Throat and Lung .troubles. 50c and Attorney Denny 1 Smith, and pre- nea,lhi druggist about Ask your Trial battle free at all drug March 14. The medtlng lhas closed $1.00. liim, dn tha order .named, were i iv OJ m at Sohnoodcira sohool house 'wlllb, quite gists. . $25,000,000 in dividends (against someCROMWELL, Hum, tor the dorenee;. S. i.. thing in exaess of $20,000,000 dn 1909. and Trimble, for the prosecution, laroh 14. We are haying fine Occasionally there "is Iheaaid a plaint Judge W. T. Fowlor, far itiho dofense, weather dor Alaroh, and farmers are from the Bunleiy distnlct that "Uhero nd last night Judgo J. C. Sims, of taking advantage of at. no money in tobacco nowadays." "Bowling Green, for tho prosecutfcm. iMi-s- . J. lM. Rogers nTlsitod her daugh is Thu first three- siKfephes wwre dellv-re- d ter, Mrs. Morrison of iBeavor Dam, for there se'eniis to ibe nlonty of money in yesterday afternoon, maiden a few days returning ihomie yestterday. lit for tlie 'trust. Wherefore cm3 might Judgy Sims' speech eight in all. iMrs. Otio. (Trout .vifliitad at Beaver think that the trust could nftford to up"" a .bit milth the nardnwprk-e- d He laet xAght was an ablj effort. Dam for a week the guest bf her "ioosan tobacco growers of Mie Bunley ibelt. discussed more fully than any of his braShler and Wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ohas. jh But dn itiho matter of being soulless olluagues ' the iiustruqtions of Stevens. ecurt and dyolarod Mitit wvn though Gllstnap and Herman trusts laro like corporaitions, only a lessrs, W. S. the jury balluvod the alibi theory and ICaihn wenit Ito iMongantoiwiv aronday wliole ilot more so, and a representadecided Dr. AntObs was not lHr on and wihiito tliai Mr. Kaihni sold tp Joe tive of itho tribe of Duke is on record as saying tf.hat "the fool farm tea will tho night of tlie aid, yet if Jie had ICialhn a diorsa conslderationi $100.00. stick" togqiher." proven guilty of untenlng inAnd 4ast history Jin Mr. T. E. Cooper nind 'Mrs. Rodcoe to the comnlrocy to nald hte tawn, James are in LouUvdlle at present, and current events .would indlcato tihat very far wrong. ie was Juat as guilty as If he had Mr. Qooper is (buying goods tor the he was not The tenant farmer, as he pulls ilhe .actually taken luiit. deolared He store and (Mrs. James a complete lino boll card overn gray mule, or yanks the that tlie domnijnwiealih tad uroved of millinery goods. belligerent tobacco worm from tho Ibis an thonly nafutatioii the Mr. Ira Kahn, Ictft ieatonday for shady side of a leaf of ikwig grcjen, had ipresjutwl waa J3r. Amoks' Louisville to purchase ills spring stock iSLnial. has mighity little cohcefptilon of thavasit and Ho ridiculed Uw alibi Mr. 'and Mrs. T. Wade Stipattoniwlll profits-tha- t iword was ainsllod 'wrong iiald tho are toeing stacked ip every for Js'aahvllle this afternoon to year by Judgo and that it should be the Americani Tobacco Qom-pabuy goods, millinery tc. Mrs. Strat.Millions ftrotoeylondihlskeii, bat Fuller's eiitXiuh wiis mastorb' ftwm um went to Mongantown Sunday he kmows that it takes hard licks and Sla bidj cf the oaie. He ivpllad to where Mr. Stratton will join her this a lueoip of them to mako the wee! Mr. Sims, and declared tlie oonsplr-oo- y evening. grow; tluvt the jab lis net gattimg any had cmly (been irovn hy tlie Mr. . Sam P. Taylor visited his easier as the yeans tojtinouy of iwrjurers, leave the marks on parents here Matron 5. hun and that commeal is iwiatty high to the confessed night rlJyra. lie argued tho ovidienlco Bit coimlder-aW- e Since Uncle Sam has token upon ditlons ddenitlcal with iihose met inl a teletphome system is essential for iMlss Claudia James, Select, is the and .bacon is out of sight. MdamlnlhdLe .to himself tlw task of educating miners underground Bhaf.ts. length and in rieaitonse tho proper aafeguandlng of the lives guoat of her sister Mrs. J. Alex Unloads the tondo,wner (s ak)lng ipool or cut- - ". at tho present writing. tte chargcu of tlw prosecution, to the necessity of new methods of .Miners are taught dn mimic .'Shafts of the minors. The development of Mr. Wtascm, SmiHIjh and ibrother, out or ineduoad aorelago nd (A enr it hciw to ant In cases of emergency. telephone systems dn mines has ndarly an alibi was itiho S.roug-a- .t conlos down to brass .tacks lamd oon-- 1 that bhafts protection n in underground Palace, of Select, iwene In tomra Satur- tracts are tobesbj;ned bo Difficult paesagos, wli'jh opemlnBHUoh all oociurmed since that calamity. eon1 of dfivco and Ciio Dr.Cy lata Oaorgei of a man unjutitly accused of a there has been a great lncreaaa in the as those found in a coal nil ne,, make I Tekirihone niauufopturenj racognU-th- e day. do dt. popular attention given to this eub-- J Messrs Warren Adams and Noah condltlonis similar to actual life. ( ed tliat tdie ordinary telephones wlhleh crime. His o!os waa la .beautiful There ds notMng aUrukiUc Id this ivpraMCitlnig out. The statement was made in a Dummies aspkyxtatled serve so well the purpbs for wilriah Cooper are at work on a barn fop Mr. story of tobtaoco trust earntoigs. Tlhtf3 to tbe country doctor as a hunofactor and tlie oontldent recent issue of the SalecitlUc Ameri miners are carried out by itdi'e man. of thdy were designed wciulld not do for Jaspon Leooli, near Bald Knob.. is nothing in itthatHoOku poniifortable Judge J. P. (Milter .vtolted ids daugh- for the feuunor. It le plaJn tihat the jtatenienit tlmt he an ncqult-s- al can that In tlie ipast twenty years tha rescue corps while the miners a telephone set that Mil he proof v. against fumes, gases, moisture and th ter at Hartford Saltundaiy nlgjht had trust can pay good priced for 'tobaccoal mines in tb'.3 country hav made loolk On. of his ollont. 11,000 widows and 30,000 orphans, and Tlraviollng schools, or mine jascuo other riglorous NEED A VICfTJ-M- . conditions mat (with Sunday, . co if it wante to. Ai-sit (aoar havie exaoted a toll Of 30,000 ttlvcu. Ill oars are ongaged In spreading 'Lhls have reoamntily uaen dalcaKd Bov. B. D. Bennett failed to fill that h trust is not going to pay any Judgo C. II. Bush cIos.hI ithe sots that fulfill these rigid his feppolntmient heme Sunday might more than it can. help. fPhfet has. (been. for itiho defeniise in a fipoooh of five years more than a regiment has knqwledse. Six &' itlwsao oarJVwU on ftQcxwrtt i He beea killed outright in the Pennsylva soon ba in the field, caoh wWli". its specification. of nreachng the funl-en- demoaetrfttied 'in the Burly Obtrkt. two hours thU uttarnoan. separata territory to cover.. AiSonng of E. H. James centertown,,who Aid of wfliieh briage iftle armw back Some of these Ironclad .tdk?ihone covered the oaso fully and conmstrued nia ooal qnln.es alone. the evidence outinely in the (nterst "It eeeus tmw," cays .this paper, tlw oxhliblita on these cars will ji tele- - sets Willi stand up against tlie moat died Saturday evonlcfe at 6:30 AVe ito itJat "stiek togedbea:" projwelWon of Dr. Aiiioas. He dciolared tluut a "tor itdia gavonnmennt to make strenu phones ito aid dn tha work Dfrmtae , rigid conditions to he found tin mines reret very much to hoar of hl3 and puts the queeMon uj to Mm as I ; Tictlm was demanded 'by tlw prose-uttUo- ous efforts to overcome the Ignorance retwue. of oviery dosorlptlon. iihotograph re daa3i. to whether Iwwantte to work for his Not long ago John M itch eltj g .who cently was it&ken of a Pennsylvania Prof. Eivot Allen and his second board And oiroihas Couriw-Jouraafor tlie raid on HqpldlnavHlo wblcli. oauBcti mest of tine facilities." Accordingly, the worlc of the new for nk&rly feen years iwas pre&VJMRt of miner using one of liihe iWateni Klec- - Principal of MoIIenry Qraded eohool and that Dr. Amoss liad iboen suk'ebl, Company's mine teleuihon-s- j in vtotted Dr. Allen and family Saturday lwt he e)y)ivi!k'od confidence that the Bureau of Mdnos in its mine resoue the UnCted .Mine AVorkors, wasmwt-ltri- c Terrible Train of Troubles." totalled 12,000 foot from, the surface. and Sunday. Jury would not coavlot lilm on what canipalgni tts a work oi education. On ed as eaytag: Lalae chAiw, La. Airs. E. FVur-uta- r, Trite advantages of a ny3te.11 ofAheee On lUva wenlng of Jferch 25th, tii-"Mine oalftmiclee always Jio toivned "perjurod teatlm'oay." He free 6ohooi dias already been opwjd 618 Kirby street saya: '.Trb. young ipdople of Cpopw 4school are month to mdners amid others are planned for meana by which 1Iwb thu'lowt metal clad towtmumeinits are very uucd dntitructlon No. S, whleh bsfore I took Cardwl I eeuld havie beea saved. If coaliWitoaa ixMV'ftt. going to give thedr wMlloiit that Dr. Amos can not be oon-W- establishment to the near future. liwtdly walk. I had baokaahe, bad-ae- h Of anona than usual interest are the wore equipped with telephoncljfiiWij The um of MoidipAo and" oiml .here. Evryfhody ccario and on the unsuiported testimony pala la my lege, oiillte, taiaUag bhvt experiments 4iml openatlons onrnMou out ttwlr workings, It would tojMMt- - syntau ifornis a oonsUrale iontlofi enjoy it. tf accomplices, and declared tips stok stoavaoh dragging feelings . ' of tlie inwutnuotlon'ttot in ba state luad filled to nroioily HU- by the Bureau of iMlnaa. Under the ble for man nUMUbad to lat tig on lvito ho PftWaee or pours. Since ;yuc- Tobacco Trust Earnings. Um nwnera in a eouree on proUotlon. In jurl the H'jonleii of the con teased Jdlrootlou of experts dhani elOiAonr the outside know ho location 1b OwM, I have no wm twlaaad or uwd&rgrcwHd riders. Ho Mtteilr donounced nine oufuaeu and tattniial)oawrniHiie place in wMah ttwy were gath ahalt la a gmm of Tlhe AuveataaHi Tobaoeo Company tew goad all tfee Uwe." K slht Ounhil tbuj-n- e oi)lo-ulv- e at iwjiat (ibe stato'B dUUit witness as letUi Hk coflHamtlve iqwer of the Ir Jttraoy bm know laat 4 kvm iwttiodw of tUd a rtAy good buttevm dn 11910. and t tka bAMt et the iwwllar materials uad dn inlnae. The cortiislon. And thus fea work jm oonwMHiloftUon jbwM tha lHCwtoH- - of FJuFwa '&vm. out rom Naw ComnKiweaMit'a of belluf. iat neb iagredteetg, wuwt tM.Y j, a wiM mi the ewtrtd-atwoKQm 14b KMwulBigfl far ttat ysr aaioimt! to fOMHd SO oMaiaot (oii,uiiuiiJ. I1U, Jitorasy Smith oloeed ibbe nugutneut miners arvi invited to wateh ttio of- - cue would ib greatly Wed." wtpleloBW, which tare un SUvee .he d4sator of Lam Ukmim' W to run, kwu, fttutsbk Md IwaWc fW.Q4C.0t8. ,TWs i Wi a wiuuivbig up of Die imonwn- - fiot of i decrease of ,m,m svr its oaantaBg for th You DvoMt' W UMir mjHfimmo. , Try j&l.. the ,9bai- - d-- h e4fol. 0lUfia are usd for j yaws ajo la wjCherry ecal Mh t - hwiii drkBd berrldom. rb y Vvw dAiwt','wkkt atw TMadi'.itajr'ecm- -' ton akbor is 4o m Mm Mvkotn. m. K has (ftfcftwted ior the eUtae Mt a vkJ Ocm-trae. st tels-phom- w was w lie declare w not the com, bat the ikmawa .vindicated, He rm!d that the law le 0&IW4 on, ke jury o .brush away; details ofAe ovWac tyu to had hwtoi aaguwd 1p itfienf antd do totoe' the eallMrt feature and okle case on thosw. Ho Meo declared iUt Dr. Amosfc couW be gull- t" wittiout oven bolng An- itopWteavllle, and, attacking tho alibi, he, wMiout reviling any on or uelrag harsh lan guage, showed how easily Jthey might have bejn mistaken as ito "exact wanes. Mr. Smith did mot conclude until after 5 o'clock, and Judge iHaribery tamcdlaitely adjourned count, Idling jury ifehy could begin Chair deliberations at onco and that Che court was opion to th'jjm day or ribilht Sftjhey doiired ito return a verdict or (want ed further Inforanitlon in any vay. Whether or not any more of the cases iwlll .be tried n't (this term of court Willi not be determined until morncount convenes danwwvded, jon-mfc&rt- hl - CHARLEY DO '! YOU REMEMBER? Markham Brothers Meet in Memphis. Identification Made - tod fotk ta 'yrogfrwring m trim Hfeiuraia.1 Mng. Dima AtarUn, leti, ,THwrjay' for 'notvlnw ito b mHHaw fwMr. Mow a wuanwn, m sUniy Mr. DHteM Minion IW otttd ttoe and faft Fidday Car I buf, Ofeto. ilr. Arfeur Btiawad is aft home from U. 8. Jmmy Clai tbe Cofkte An- by Simple Question of Oae swered by the Otkw. (h8 (been Bt work at Hvepmore for someUme, Is at home. .Mr. JOhnn iNlx iwwft to LtViernwno Friday wMfe Mb tobacco. Beach Herrel .waa dn this icommunU Monday on.busdness. Little Mies Maudlo Bryant As visit ing sister. Mr. Walter Canady And Ifamlly visited thtAr mother, MflS. Aslvtord Sat urday night. .Mr. C. iT. Acton and iwife spent 'the day with Mr. L. P. Dabnoy, Sunday. Mr. and Airs. Wm. Schnoader .were tho guests of iDonnan Hunt, and fatnf--1 , ' Sunday. Tlhe peOiJlo of tjhls place 'were igrdit-l- y ahockied over the death of Dr. J. in T. Miller. Ho win be missed this community. iM.r. U S, Mrtny. Rufus MAoton, wfro LET US PRINT YOUR CARDS A hr N0TE .HEADS V .1 A J CASTOR A Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable. 4fe THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Hartford, Ky. ' j., ,1 .iX.-JL- Safeguarding' the Lives of Underground Workers. - rn 1 y" ny 2 za tri-ibu- to 'iwSgh-tonbo- od targu-'jbks- oi telo-plicv- atr aj ni l. I e pro-Tid- es I od 1 onter-tednme- nt 1- a4 uu--ert- l.y lt irk tm iV C twltrjo the w bi'aayUy rf4atfttit a- - ") wr v-- hj- - njw J Wvffv"v 'r'f-'Mg"- "" ,t LAWS MABE BY WOMEN VOTERS Color- - "The Only Thing That Will Relieve Neuralgia." The piercing pains of Neuralgia, which often follows a bad cold or La Grippe, arc frequently almost unbearable and few medicines afford any relief to the sufferer. I am a rural mail carrier and have been a user of the Dr. Miles medicines for years. ROMANCE SURE ENOUGH IN THIS MATCH m9, yu my fxiond. ars cafe," nild The gods be praised 1'n,f fPO fftJiss In tiio wjgwjoi his Damon, Pjthias replied In aW? u " fSome of the Statutes the I ado Women Have l- Moth- - bfjiken ncconta; "Fatal haste; Impatience. cruel Mar- What trvlous powtirs have wroeigi'it Girl Disguised as Negro Boy llfHfosj.bIlltIia against your frim,d; bt!it.fj will not bo wholly HeappoInVd )ail From ries Young Man in - V 'ered. Siaio T- I - hd. i- - ; Top of Ladder. dlolto aoccnuniiiiv Vou." canrudjHrt'jo mveyou,I s will , T4W' i l'eopie ontrai hsk what tho women fvotcra In the States Avthero they hfivo ftJie suff&risjo liavo acwmpllsht'd. ta a writer In fjhj Nautilus, 'thosa of Colorado havo "an. inspiring record." This writer summarizes It as to Maws: Uanvis forhtddlrE Insuring tho Uvea of cMtdreni tinnier ten years of use; itoljaliMiliing a Stato Homo for Dependent Children, thre of tho fdvo memibers of Mie board to ba (Aomea; requiring that at least throe of (Jio six members iaf county i siting iboards, shall be women; a imro food law; 'making moitlhers Joint guardians of thttr children- - with tho fathers? rais ing tho age of protection for gilrls to eighteen; cEMaibllshbg a State In- dustn'al Homo for Girts, fchreo of the .,... jjfive members of tho board to ba ntmiovtajr thio emblem from 'ttoe Australian ballot, cur nearest to adopting an eduqa, llonuJ v qualification, for suffrage, establishing an dntermlnate sentenioe for prisoners; requiring one woman- - physician on thte staff of itho insane rtsyhim; (parental or Eruaat schools: provMitog for the oara of iihe feebleminded; &r tree preservation; for tho inspection of private olonioannry Board of Institutions iby the State Ohar dtleB; requiring In public schools losjons on humane treaitment of animals making tho Colorado Humane Sotiety a State bureau Of child and animal protection; making education compulsory for all children between) eight and sixteen (with a few proper exceptions) ; porviding for the examination of tlve Dyes, ears tenth and "brealhilng capao'.tyr tof school children; making fatho" and toother Joint heirs of deceased child; (providing 'tihaii ur.ilon high schools may be fonncid by unfjtlng school idUitriots adjacent to a town or city; cstabliclh'lns a Sto&ioT Toreling Library Comnnlssilon, to consist of five women from tihe State Federation of Woman's Clubs, X apolnted by tho Govercior; moluag 1 the mehlpds of (he switui box in con es' neotiion with the cxanVnatdorii of prisoners a felony; praviiCiing that any person eomplojlng a child undier four- teen Jn any mi'.ne smelter, nulll, factory or Xmdorgncund works shall be jnunflshied. by imiprJsonim&nit in addXion to a fine; requiring Joint signature of annd wife to etvery chlattd mortgage, e&le of household uoods used by the family, or conveyance; foirblddicg children of sixteen pr un-- " der to work more than eight hours a day in any mill, factory, store or other occupaulon that may be deennid unhealtibifiul; providing that no woman shall work mora tham eight hours a 'day at work requiring her to be on her feet; making it n criminal offense to contribute to the delinquency of a child; making It a misdemeanor to fall to support aged or infirm parents; prohlto'lting tho killing of doves except in August; abolishing tho binding out of girls committed to the Industrial School; girls to be com- $f ch -- huj-lban- mitted till considerud twenty-one- -, and then if reformed to be janolled and manny others. ft . T , In Denver the. imomen vofws havo also secured Dndlnannccs TTlacIng drink Ing fountains 'n tAio BtjBlfc. frarfcugo recomticlcs at tlio cornefflPand seals at the trausfetv stations of the ttrvnt expectoration in cars, forbWdilng public placdsvparklng oerituln avenues and planting trees. A Dreadful Sight, I' B ' to H. J. Barnum of EVeevdlle, N. Y., was the fevor-ori- e that had plagued his life for years Jn spit of many remedies ho tried. At last Jio usjd Bucklen's Arnica Salvo and wrote: healed with 'scarcely a 6car lft" Heals Bunas, Boils, Ec- .zema. Cuts, Bfulses, Swellings, Corns and Piles ilike magic Only 25c at all "it baa entirely r r - . arugste. m ' "and, looks dtegnHHtlcd, lined jurad sad, wha he skts down to eat the plea hte wife bias "baJctd, to make him glad. are ffhso .piaesay, aa'good anoMefab'llI into thfu euw," h'll cry, In 8fat wade: '"but oil," "iha good old pies my mottr dWiw, li-a- Sting With Praise. I know a man who always sighs 'Hde!'" I tWoJcktetfie eowragiBg " 6m ohU to r irau Uka inabt teMm trick, UJe-- v that, and eom a brick and feMat Urn sofoty va. th MU 8fe brews the wake Mm, eoMM that weuM ' bs ta a fak All coMm WsdiHy iHottter wdiM Ho odds bow elcawt, a dtab 'yw ikd Gea-liak- r, Tho Kind Yott Hnvo Always Bought, and which has been His eyes were openn- in mo for over 30 years, lias borno tho Bljrnaturo or was touched; and he Chattanncpz:, Tienn., March 18. could no lounges- nml has been made under his pcr- tvsisi. tho pawcr of sonal supervision since its infancy. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills Dr. John W. Sherman, who is In Jail Vlrta Ho doseendtd irsm his thrpne be beaten. They arc the charged iwith hc murdi r ct fPhcimns and asiiidd the scaffold. can't y All Counterfeits, Imitations and'Jnst-as-good"ar- o to "Li , Vw, ye Incomparable pair but only thing I have found th'at will D. Norman, was inarired Experiments that trillo with and endnngrer tho health ot relieve my neuralgia and I have tried Miss Cleo V. Luoas. Roccniiy Misa duncnstraUd the exiistence Infants and Children Expcrlcnco against Experiment. most everything, besides medicine Lucas, with tho intention af marry- Ofyii u and consequrntly of a God from the doctor. I am willing to ing Sherman, wont (0 tho Jalil accom- 'who i awards It. Live happy, live panied by (he inoithirr of lihe rirtone,r tell anyone what the Anti-Pai- n I revered; and as jcji lnvifad me by and the widow of the .murdered man. Pills did for me." jwur example, from mo by your preThe shicrtfr and coroner prdranted cepts to Charles Hilderiirandt, Castoria i a harmless stihstitnto for Castor Oil, Parepartiolpato worthily cf a Box 205 Woodvill. Ohio the marntago ofc that time by refus- friemlidshlp goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. is Pleasant. so dlvimc." If you, like Mr. Hilderbrandt, ing to allow tho prisoner to receiver JA number of ancient writers have contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xarcotic "have tried most everything" in the visitors. destroys "Worms Mibstancc. Its ago is its guarantee. introiluctd the etory of Damon and y Squire Qhanles Wateon vis Pyy'hlas vain, why not do as he did, fight cures Diarrhoea and "Wind and allays Fcvcrishncss. into various of their works, your aches and pains with Dr. ited Sherman In Ms cell. While most Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation notable among thorn which were Pills. Let the there Miss Lucas, diegul&sd aa a Miles' Anti-Pai- n assimilates tho Food, regulates tho and Flatulency. Cicero In pills bear the brunt of the battle. negro boy, walked up tho nlley at MaxliniH, his Dl Offialls, and Valerius Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep. a writer of h'istorioil No matter how stubborn the con- Uie back of the prluon, placed a ladTho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. anccd t s. In thesJ nlatialcs Ihero is test, they will come out victorious. der against the wall of the JaCI assome dtukttilan in ono Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills cended and standing tit the lrdaw, of them it is stated the eitory. In(.vja't ALWAYS tinat Damon ceremony was perform jd with to prison as sponsor stand on their record, which is a the for his friend Sears the Signature of long list of cures extending back a the bride on the top of the ladder and, in most of the nnoie'-nwriUnss and tho groom behind the bars. The generation. the'name is given as Phintins instead DrugglfU everywhere lell them. If sheriff knew nothing of the escapade cornel that itlia name Pyriiins has first package falls to benefit, your drug until the ceremony had been perform gist will return your money. about through careless translation. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. ed. Qhiernian is held without Ibond, f No Need to Stop Work. charged with the murder of his ,When jour doctor orders you to s broitfiier-dn-iaThomas D. Nariman.-Hl- stop work, it staggers you. "I can't" of his thankless tunes: I knew his bride is a beautiful blonde and you say. You know you aro weak, mother, long ago she couldn't took comes of n good family. run-doand failing in health, day In Sherman is on of rthe best, kmown bydaj-- , for moldy prunes, and some fine day but you must work as long THE CENTAUR COMPANY, TT MURRAY TRCET NEW VORR CITY. I'll tell him so. His .wife can bea. young men in Chattanoaga. The pewm-Inen- as you can stand. What jxu need of all concerned inn the tiras-ed- y is1 Electric hor forty to locks at 000 king porridge, give tone, Bitters to pork or pies and yet she has to makas strength, and the wedding of y and vigor to jour sjistem, to stand his knocks, and listen to his the entire occurrence extremely prevent breakdown and huld you ,up. doleful a'glis. These men who dp not 'Don't be weak, sickly or ailllng when praitto thtlr wives when iwive3 put Electric Bitters will benefit you from up a splendid lunch, Ethould struggle John W. Slckelsmlth, Greensboro, the first dose. Thousands bless them to reiTonm their lives; they're worth Pa., has three children, and like most for their glorious health and (strength about ten cents a bunch. Walt Ma- children they frequently take cold. Try them. Every bottle Is guaranson. "Wo hav tried several kinds of cough teed to satisfy. Only 50c at all drugmedicine," he says, "but have never gists. ' m The most common cause of insom- found any yet that did them as much nia is disorders of the stomach. good as Chamberlain's Cough RemNotice in Bankruptcy. r" m Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver edy." For sole by all dnugglst. Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers' In the dis'rict count of the United Tablets correct these disorders and Cook on patents. "Hints to inventors." "Inventions needed." States for the western d'Etriot of Kenenable you to sleep. For sale by all Story of Damon and Pythias. tucky, Owensboro division. "Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model for m druggist. History is full of nioiblo friendships; search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Greeley was formerly. In this Maxtor of John G. Wil:on, Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such had full charge of of sacrifices one man has made for banik.upt. All True. anici'jher; of the constancy foetlween To the creditors of John O. Wilthe U. S. Patent Office. Father TUmo is (the tman of the great men and women. Probably son, of Olaton, in thu coumy of Ohio, hour. none ot these famous frienldjhiips are aad D.triot, aforesaid, bankrupt It's plain that no woman over as fainllCar as that of the tjony of Notice is h3reby given that on the thinks he Is l INCORPORATED Damon and Fjlth'as. It has jbetn to 10th. day of March, A. D., 1911, the 5 i crir"! J A blind aoJor should be able to act oft reipeated and so strongly empha- siul John G. Wllstn 'a as dulyadjusted with feeling. fcN (fzmZlZmk sized upon the mind, (hat the two hanktwp't, and that the firat meeting .Many a Tdch man has barely missed itar.d as a synonymi fo" of credutors will be held at the law names landing in jail. two" FerEcos who aire djawn clfeely office of Dtoni & Dean, in Owcinslboro, He is a strong man wjh'o can over together edther through Ibusinlesa or Kentucky, on tho Slet day of Maireh, came his smallest weakness. A A. D soaial relations. 1911, at 2, p. m 9 at which Wise is the man who knows what Ladies! ave Money and Keep in Damon and Pythias were.proniin-em- t t'me the said creditors may attenlJ, to say and tlilen doesn't say it. Style by Reading McCall's residents of nno',ecit, . Byraiuse prove their claims, appoint a trustee, BUCKBEE'S BULBS SUCCEEDl ' The avrageia married man wastes The Magazine and Using McCall Patterns former being' condemncd to doath examine the bankrupt, and transact" ESPECIAL OFFER: A1 a lot of Kjmpathy on his wife's hus by Dtonyisius, tlio Tyrant of Byra'ause, such other business as may properly r McC.Il'i Mfiil.KlU build Made limine. ' triftlwtlltotnnkn vnu ew Dermanrnt cub- y band. & liolp you dress MCALLS MAGAZINE for the privilege Df (visit- osmie' Ibefore mid meetinig. j he bested, fnmpr. Hutiff action cuazanteed or your at a moUcrato ' money refunded. love, ihe iwprst ing About falling in ' I'Jlicnsu liy koeplnc his wife and chilldrt,n''beforo his ; J. A. DEAN, .lt..jfMltCbolet Bultiaain,n.i.iH aDUVCUlI lUllCtlluu1i.i ou tho 5 cm posted feature is hat so many people fall execution. This privilege .ii.a J tU MUalatf UuW(ttI MI1W U(M HjMifcth. Ttkllitt was reiati'-.- t Referee int Banlunptpo-- . fash to us In I OlktAt tpnnf um cnnuB uh, nuiu, cmniui out aialn anil hal. CO clothes fused until his friend and nlghlhor, Owensboro, Ky., March 16th, 1911. waauButtw New Knshlon Designs Potti It Nrriiu. Drwu Tulip. Irrl Tulip, Tuunfi, Much has chamms but hmch of Pythias, Tull. Oitlli. rwBoh. JUbaa t&l Dvtcb Hi Mlauia. roll In eacli Issue. Also also a man of, famiillv, Wiipa xuluuulo inforiiiatH)ti the charm is due to the music's be- volunteered to take Damon's (place In Do you know that of all the minor ' I HrlT CITAUAIVTKEDTOrl.RASH 011 all homo ami Mention thlm Paper Write ing at a distance. matters. Oiilr prison as a pledge for "his return, aliments colds are by far the most SBND 28 CENTS coIUcllon &k. it enr ltKludlni: Don't be satisfied with walking and on condition that if hlluU o dangerous? It Is not the cold It- II UMntpMtftA&4lu'kUa4 nwlt iuwii.hu uniiwiiii, a freo pattern. m heifaflcd ! VUH Wipia, wIto UWh MW u buvu rMu, on on jou uippeirs . while twiaitlng Pythis should suffer rrwniet mnt tmnhnm Tor freo hMlay or send self that you need to fear, but the I1 UMUtllUl 01 owai. uui w roi. in his ptead. mliiM saiuplo copr. I In CommsmorAUon or a oAiisaotit, nncrui twin for a dead man's shoes. i f! Alt the apotnted time, Damon fail- serious diseases that it often leads ltll, I l'i prwBi irww ui iib!(v wild ion rnHfima McCall Paiitrm will cnablo you to mala In your I J)eyHilHUtra iuiip"uii. ismiriwniiNaH When a man takes unto himself a ed irau home, ulilouuromilinruls clolliln.' for LHlOtAfA. 1UI UWf kwi u nna fumtr in appearing, and. the tyrant lnd to. Most of these are known as genp " .. mrji TTfTr yourself and ililldron wlilili mil bo iierfect apt to exchange a lot of wiife he is W. Buckiea in stylo and fit I'rli e initio liiuhcr tbn li Pythias n diseases. Pneumonia and consumutio curiosity to visit in. the socnoEo. ill. tents fee nil fur frit Pattern aulocuo. ( little troubles for a big one. prison ou were," aro 'among them. Why not take "What a fool We Will &e Yea Tine TrcstitJ for pettlni; sub Some men are born rich, 60imo ac- - said he, "Id rely on Damon's preuntW, Chamberlalnn's Cough Remedy and! Fcrlptionsamoni: ourlrlends. hendforlrco I'rcmium C aulostAi anil (. isli l'ruo oner. quilria rCt&es and some got into poll-tic- s How could jou imagine that le would curey'your qqj lWhile you can? For' THE McCa 29 lo 249 Wnl 37th Si. NEW 0R them and torust riches upon m sacrifice Ms life for you or tar any sale" by all druggist. selves. man?" Attqr a wKwan makes up Jrir mind "My lord," iald Pjthias wiJtCi xi to hapfe her own way she gets angry firm voick) and noble neptet, "I would if some man duiusn't get busy anil re- suffer a 'thousand deaths, rather than strain her. Ex. my friend should fail in any article of honcr. Hd cannot fall. 1 am Blind Dizzy Spells. of his virtue as I am of my Wilmington, N. C. Mrs. Cora L. awn. existence. But I beseech the Oppose Riiter, writes" from 1jhls place: "I gods to preserve h&s life. used to have blind dizy spoils, and hiini, je wind3. Disappoint his eaeeJ-ne- js wioak cold spells went all over and suffvt him not to arrive fill doctors could not tell mo my kath has isavwd a life of much consequence than mine, what was wrong. After .taking Oardul gaviatdr I am all right and In bettor health necessary to his lovely wife, to his than fox 10 years.'' Cardul is a reme- 110tie tonocenfa, ,to his fiiends, lo h.s Ohl Jet roe not die the dy for women which has been used cauntiry, by women for nearly a Hfdtlme. it cirulest of deaths in that of my prevents the unnecessary pains of fe- Damon." Diionyslua were counfounded and male troubles, such as headache, backache, dizziness, dragging down feel- awed with tho magnanimity of lijheko ings, ete. Try it senltilments. He wJsh'ed to speak; he Have you a good supply on hand, or isn't it about time to take your next order hesitated; he lookwl down and reto the printer? tired tn sUeace. The fatal day arrivSituation at Carlisle. Look, now, and see if it isn't time to get a new supply of Letter Heads, Enveled. Pythias was brought fontb, and Qartole, Ky., March 18. The tobacto opes, Statements or Bill Heads, and if you are short on any thinjr, send an order to co market has shown a little more ac- with an air of satisfaction walked the place of execution. He osoendd tivity hwo than for sweral days but The Republican. ffv" scaffold, and , addressed the pnJoeu rule, low, A coniaMeraMo quan- the, If you have used printed matter done by us, you naturally will come here when tity is rgort?d to have changed! hands pciila "My prayers are heard; the goJs you have need for anything in our line, and there's a reason. If you have never at from $4 io ?5 per hundred. Fully are propitious; the wtedu have bew hadThe Republioan do the work, suppose you get in the habit. We do the satisfactwYHhlrde of the Nlckotas county cro Damon could not conquer Sharps-b4r- g contrary. tory kind of printing and binding. No Job is ever delivered in a shoddy, careless but bea disposed of. in the to uelghborhood not more than one Impose! uWW; h wIH jbe town manner. third of tfm, 1910 crop is rortwd to morrow, and my blood aha41 ranujoni At The Republican office you get real satisfaction, and pay no more for tho my tnteud." V hwbeneoldi Very little preparation that of pionowieed work here than you do elsewhere. thee words, a is "aislng ad for a crop there this As he A representative will call upon you if you call the office .by 'phone or drop us uUtant "vote was danl; buie noishnvnt. oajnis iitnrit jiuujB-u- - . nara ana ." .tHBuiui witn WiTvXNSJSW3N3KS?$frJ Tj7, 'to-da- Ve-hn- ,. What is CASTOR It It It It A It To-da- GENUINE CASTORIA WWW The Kind You Use For Over to 30 Always Bought Years. co to-da- atentO Washington, GREELEY &M9INTIRE pl T. C to-d- I BULBS' -i-- styl-islil- " I ". Binii" O wtw. U10 ! !! v- 1It-. -, -- ASH to-d- uw 4 T C 1 con-fidti- nt YYYYYYYYY Y Y Y Y Y HtYYYYUtYTfilfilfilfiH Y' Your Office Stationery H H H H H H Commercial Forms, Etc. E-2- 3. r, ? 5 it ibMved,that .. tbW berc-a- a arose by a f 'V 4 - &me9 will b cut off man? (.Taan bhe crawd oaaght 'the iwondta, jvvato tuvl a card. "Soii stop, h4 tevlHlr pavM, bU wipe Ma ww M)d broetiK a ,wlh (0 km ttM fbj kit wobr UitfL I wary wfe'jy CA5TORI Chllrn FIK Cry at fuM FLETCHER'S he was otf Pd. ' In wry xeutioawv!" A and k iwfmm, A man came the stanio infant Ms home ea tlw oaffildj ''You ai lb araM of Pylfctes. mi," k Wd, "you ve M $,& , t 4iwt XmK oofliinc "Uck. Al -- ?- Hartfoid Republican. Biitcr4 HrWor'd, Kj., M r tloM calk-- d bwden tomxrgcaty "- CVtay Reciproclty the Good Lwrd. fwee, ami! to mtl mrittt lw fit el t tfc rwtee eBfld C. M. BARNETT ) 0. NEY F9STER J dll,and proprit,'ott tho vmo ifl mny oilier Hates. In the CysroMiom4 cteoliioua hwtt fall we sfcovml practically a united front and hmmIo roach bstocir stewing than tho party did Cn any other attain tih uirfom. Wo lost only one of our ropTier.it0itiviu9 dn "3ta Pttewi," M hfw been tWNa usXnotn bany Mo. Ofrttal. any more "Reciprocity," wM Uj inoor- PoliiMw nwJiiiig tmncabid fellows. Ttoratod in all our nratrti. nftor tho lfcr.3 hi Owmmlns of Iowa, prf3ileBi drlias 'his CmmmMUmi one on. IrniMTBei'it ff Ir.wgvnU, contending tho people. Plaa N. D.- - Ptefioer. tor rovtelon W ilhe Tariff by ashedu-lf- a jior Congras and fohat Address all comraunlcatka The Hartford Republican, to by a i .22. FRIDAY, MARQH'24. ANNOUNCEMENT. to the office of Roprsntatlvoy, in the next General Assembly of subject to the action of tho Republican party. Ken-luck- "We are authorized to announce "W. S. Dean a candidate for Hon What has become of the canning lac ory which Hantford was Ito havo 1 for No one doubts the necessity .good roads. The only halt saems to be when and how to .begin and some people- expect thum to bo made with- out this expenditure of mumaiy. Xha faat that Ohio County has had two severe crop da succession, If the efforts now being put forth by the farmers are awarded with success this year we lexpcct a return to normal .may conJditionns this fall, and there Is no reason why business should not fslhpw up weTl In the near future. Na'jwltihflUmdlng (all--un- es The Republicans of Allen County in muss convenitilon ono day this rweek .passed strong resolutions bndorslng Judge E. 0'Rir for Governor. Counity RwubUcamns know (how do tho right thing at the night time. It is only a question of time when most of ithem will fallow tho lead of Ohio County dn this respect. Atea a 1jo The Hartford Herald says that none jot thie readers of this paper lare surprised at anything St ays or does. The Herald may b& right about tflils, w but we have meivcr ytat surprised Ithem siiWh tho odioe to vote for ithe nomi-nof the party, no matter who he may toe, or what his party platform xk whether he may he on any platform or "not. The Hartford Hurald claims ithat there is a curiosity to know how line v5or'thiessupport of Taft, for Bnaaldient next ytar. Well, we will llnJb that hill .when wo get to It. Jn the meantime there are just u few the who are curious to know how ;lJiartford .Herald is going to support Ah .nieilSlate Democratic platform, .ivnKss there is a platform. tlhpapr.is,, going, togctta Wl'lltam small margliK It la truo that lin soctm couniiJUJ and In same ConartB imal dlstr'cis we havo local party faottanatai but this Mill largely, if not isntiJrfely tl!isaciipda.r iwhen a Eituto campaign Is en, tirouhtod Judicious nanilnttfiond am made A number of "excellent gentlemen are being considered dn connmitton wilth the toad of the State CJdttcv Hon E. T. Franks and LIAit. Governor, W. H. Cox, havo annnounccd thulr while It ds believed among sisvral others mentfonud, that Judge E. C. O'Rttir will also ibgcomo a candidate. Among thoeia mtii'ion'cd aro Hon. Ed. Morrow, of Somerset, J. C. Spa'glut, of Jlayfkld and Jude James Breathitt, of Hoavklnsvllfe. WhiMi) all or tjveso nveni ana true and lojal ami well qualified for tho paaKdon, yA we believe thai in nrfciw we should careofypast fully weigh every eltnunt of Htromgth and nominate a man who can carry the masses of ithe common paople with him. No on 3 heretofore mentioned so completely fills "this moll as docs Judge 0'Rear. He Is a Siiifmade man, having come from lowly conditions and it ha3 b?on provten upon many occasions that hits "every hkiant throb Js in sympah'y with th'a down trodden, the poor anid lowly, who cannot hulp ihansalva and who ait ifals time above all itimes in our State will Wok to some ono to support for the head of our state government, who will hiavie a sympathetic and frfenidly ear for the (people It Is useless to dlsgulsie tho fact that there is a which has never existed before, to such an extent, tamong tho farming classes of the Staite to ignore party llnvS and support sometono for. Governor, (who during 'the yoars of struggle which they have had with the groat tobacco trust and other combines, has shown itliat lv& is upon tlio right side. Nat tihat they would believe for one momient that itihalr candidate would make use of this high offuce for an 'improper purpose, but they believe that thuir fi&lut will bo less difficult ito maintain, and vuotory easier to accomplish with a finlend at the halm of State, Mlian it has been with an enemy in that position. If the loi(Xdns of the Republican party in Kentucky will consult Tvith ihe rank and tile, .the. one gallows fellows in the country who do at least seven- teniths of tho voting, they will find that Judge O'Rear is 10,000 votes stronger than any other mian Iwho has been mentioned in that oonneatilon, and it w 111 prove a most costly (blunder If he is mefused the nomdnatbn. vvsry csin-didn- cy this is tho isthe Insur Many of our farmers Mmch stirred sue tin nv.r h.i rrono?d rvatomrdtv with gent ami Regular. Yet President Taft iielr rolhoHt h deplaned for ,cliediler'aviion. And Canada, They don't put on a market with OuMdian Avheat aga'n Sntor Cummin Is a deader This ia hibout all ttio adwwAnge the N. in the iU' "Progressive leagu" Hargeler toJnko war on Mr. D. farmur giots out of the Tariff, and Taft. Chicago If they tako that away, Uw- will got tho N. D. farmer going n record for County Union F. E. and C. U. of A. in its entirety. ""Our mem Members of tho Farmers Educationbers cf Congress are all Btfppsod to Union of Amerial, and the plan and they will put it up to in ft ca, are hiareby reminded of lha moattho PiHsldont and CotHisras's ing of eur mrxt County Union at DunIt out. wiay tliat is likely to knos in dee Ky on1 the first Sajurday I'laza N. O. Pioneer. y& Mtid 4celfMrtBg of the fuTWro ttt COMING! AT THE OPERA HOUSE, I wt Friday Night, Mar. 31. E2NT 1PH..A.Y. P30ME it The Face at the Window." T-A.- L Inter-Oct- n. Frea-Trad- e f , each local union send a full The fuss aver high prices will get delegation and all bihpr numbers that Its quietus when the, worklngman possibly pan be present. finds cluap foreign'' goods 5na)Jhis CL!VUDE PARK, S"y. tlie American market, and- - knocking him out of his job. No worKnynan A Home Treatment for Lung remains an admicur of chsJipnitHs Very Trouble. long aC'.tr he finds out that It thin;; It ds a rocogulzed fact (hat fresh man who wanta tobuy Is dear to tlie n when ho hasn't tho money .lo buy It air, plenty of nourish lug food and troatmonthavc would en corroot constitutional with,, and lacks a Jab whfoh done snore to cure lung tnouTblo and nible him to get the njcessary cash. '" n feeling, than that iweakoned, San Fnanotsco Chronicl;. all other forms of treatment Left run-dawbom-bincd. "): April J1911. - A strong drama in three acts. Interesting and' laughable. Many interesting love complications. Under direction of tho Hartford Players Club. SPECIAL MUSIC AND THE' LATEST SONG HITS, Tickets on Sale at Hartford Drug Company's 15c; Thursday Morning, March 30. General Admission 25c; Children Under Twelve Reserved Seats 35c. A constitutional treatment Id moot all the necessary requirements, must orfiy kill and remove all the disreciprocity 'os closed. Bingham not ease germs from the system, bult at i ton Republican. the same time it must increase the Well, the insurgents of thla West knonv a dot more abbuit thetnuties of Protection .than ithey di'd before CUna-dla- n It seems tlhlait the people of Ihlscoun try are Hated to go bock on.' themselves ono3 in awihilc. They Ibecome froaier qus and happy undtr the polfol ts of the Rorubllcan party, and;1 becoming jealous of the of certain persons and certain con- -' surppssing-'ipra-iiiK.nity oems, they prospering themselvts beyond any titoo in previous ysaTs, hlo'-a panty into power ulways'prcttieii disastrous to every human Interest.. If such voters could only toe unado to bear alone the burdens of the adversity they thus bring about than thaln-noiypsoplo could smile and bear tho situation .Greenville Ohio Courier. nt The Republican, panty has for fifty pi years stood committed .to the policy March 7, 1911. March 7, 1910. Sweet Clover Seed. RESOURCES. RESOURCES. of Protection to the American farmer and no For April and May sowing. Hay, Loans and Discounts.... $ 754.7G3.71 Loans and Discounts ..? 837,937.34 and tha American wage-earn040.39 Overdrafts 708.92y man; can in Just a fortnight commit pasture and fertilizer. Circular and Overdrafts X Pre-U. S. Bonds and it to a policy which would turn the prices; Bokhara Seed Co., Falmouth, U. S. Bonds and Pre , 231,905.91 mtoms ICy., 181,146.53 panty Inside out, make it right-abomiums 34. BanTdng House, Furni- Banking House, Furni20,000.00 turjuid Fixtures .... J 22,000.00 ture, and Fjbcturfcs ... Cash. $6930.08 Cash'.. ....$80,405.90 " t Due filom Due Iroih Banks Banks ' and U. and. XL 97,fiS4.43-r-- 87,183 03 178,150.3 J 157,033.11 . S. OTtas. S. Tress. i er -ut aCd In digestion, nnd assimilation uf food, renovate and build up tho nervous system and all pants of the body. Germinal Remedy meets all these requirements and is producing Home marvellous results. If yoh have consumption ftn amy disease; if you are form blood with ulcers or t ftshncralc troubled sores, coughs, pains in the chest; it you have weak lungs and feel generally run down and weak, writs the Ohio Medical Co., Box 95, Columbus, Ohio, and they will send you a full sized bottle of this medlclna free, as a trial, if you will mention the name of Tho "Hartford C5tS. Republican. olbso-lute- apitlte, UNCLE SAM calls your attention to a comparative statement . of his bank as of March 7, 1911, made to the comptroller of tho currency, and of same date 1910, which shows an increase of more than ly $150,000.00 In One Year ( 1 fib V I "' ft , f- 1 'y 1 MlLLINERSY $1,115,583.71 $1,268,702.50 , Hartford College is ahaut to close one of the most successful years in Its history. It has a fine corps of teachers, all of wham have workicd together in harmony for tho good of the entire school during the scholastic year, which will soon corny to a close The outside patronage has bt n good and has fooara about up to what the capacity of the building and the numbsr of teachers could ac- commodate. A plan 'is on foot lookln 4o the enlargement of tlw building twid putting in stoam heat which will .add greatly to the equiimient of the school. We hope by net year to make a still hetter sliong in old It Proved Costly to the Farmer. Tlie entire or the supporters otFiee-Trad- e ".reciprocity" that tho values of American form products would bo 4n no way affected is completely demonstrated 'by two commercial facta 1. Tho (price of wheat in he inln-clp- ai American markest broko from S to 12 cents a bushel directly follaw-ln- g tho passage by tha House of the Cannadian agreement bill. 2. .The price of wheat advanced 2 4 cents a bushel in Minneapolis on the 4th of March on advdcis from Washington of the nefu'sal of the Senate to pass tho Canadian agree- -, nu-n- t bill, . Aisumlng that prior to the passage of tU bill in tho, Hous3 thijxi were 100,000,000 .bushtli remaining Jn the grainnrlHs, the los3 to do tlie fatinrs owing thai wheat was from $8,000,000 to JIO.000,000. Tho mere mienace of o dicker was responsible tha lor .that damage- to the farmers. When that menace disappeared wlwat Jumped up 21-- 4 cents forthwith Full of the former pnkv is not to bo exported. There i3 istill tho menui of what Oongrois may do In the tx-tr- a ayaulon called for Apinl 4 for tlie oxpresa purpose of canrjung Into the plan to permanently lower th pf.ee of what. Is it any woniieriJihat thjp farmwra of Uio United States vigsruusly opKjsa itha Canadian Free-TtaIncorrectness of .the Fnee-Tradf-- f.t ia Spring LIABILITIES. Capital Stock $ Surplus Fund Undivided Profits .. ., Circulation . . . . , Deposits 230.QOO.00 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock .., .'..$"250,000.00 2,600.00 Surplus Fund, 5,500.00 7,916.23 Undivided Profits .. .. 12,594.68 1SO.000.00 Ofreulation .... 230,000.00 C75.167.51 Deposits .. .. 770,607.82 .. Opening sH(Vv mgM $1,115,583.74 $1,2C8,702.50 bor-7- GO v''P'v JgSl of the employes in the DpP c Cfni vCIIl of all bank failures are caused by employes rowing too much of the bank's capital. 7 NONE United States National Bank can borrow one cent out of that bank. Make the ifnited States National your banking home. It will loan you money or pay interest on time deposits. DIRECTORS. d a A Hartford College. The trial and acquittal tif Dr. Amos, (town in December, 1U07, doubtless unariks the iend of tho night nldyr Wo do nut know whether Amos was guilty or not, but (We ue sure that the praaasuftlon ugulnst was handica'piyid woawewhat iiim by its coniijsslon tiistlmony. ililton Oliver, the man whom th stto las apant scleral tliousand Hollars guarding in order to preserve his testimony ond incldentlly his llff. for eaveral years, made a Vnry iwor th'awJnig tis a witness, as it was luj,wn tohat ho , has not only confvS' d that lu had ,aJU'n part in the raid as ia. jilght filler, but he had also confrm that lw JlaJ when ho mado that confession. BosMos the fact that the fctn.' aJmiin- dEtra'tion had gono o sueli extremes to tlKise men, creoiUjd a Kurt or 4 punish mjiathy for them, in vlw of tho foci that no such extrtmes had bin resorted to punish other criminals oquilly'as notorious. Spring Newness Pervades every, avenue of our big store. McCullqch,J. T. Griffith.John.Thixton.C. E. Bibk,i E.T.Franks.J. W. T.AWOnM Pl7KTr TTciXTtJV IXTtt T T CWCCMPV rt Tt nmil ntrrt Trv w, u. uiiuwwi, "'MIUUM AhUiiv, AEMM. tJUCif UIl nClJibVQ IVIXVtV, A 0"WEKTSBORO, )m lw. iit Hopkins lilt-- last wetik for in the night ridor raid on that , oom-ylld- ty New Millinery, Ladies' Coat Suits, ' c SATISFACTION ''Jftt wl e." ... ... Tv 1 iXdi Waists and Skirts.' and design and for all purposes and trimmings for their adornment. New Piece Goods of every new fabric w ' , tfP ,Mg4, , v- CO lew Mi and Slippi; for the Whols Family. bchcimo. ': w insH ; ,' S ?S Notice to Sheep Shippers. Before moving any fhevp within tho State of Kentucky, or offering tsheipj for tranHiKintatloni to any niilrosid comiuny, uteamboat, ferry or other! common earlier for tianstiKUtnitlon to lwliuts either with In or outside the State, tbey shall ba inspeoted by the County llvn Stock lugpcctor, found free from "ScahWs" and exposure thereto, and nmo uccomiutnled by ixa- ui.4 w.Ajiuviiu9 u. ituriynivin, auivov ceiCifloat.ea eliall accompany uh!pMJoHitM (o thiMr dcstiwAtlon and tw attaoluxl to way bills or other Ideiiti-fyiliipens iwiwed, by th transporting oemvuty, v 't ' Ui D.BNNaTn', v Live Stock lBj)ptior for Ohio County. - Friday, Mar. 31 As pur Opening Day and everybody is WE HAVE SET APART CO ' REPUBLICAN PROSPECTS. ' There !s no dwubt (but wluit the imnty JtepubWcaii has modu uroat fjalns in Kentucky dn "the'iwti uvt ears throaji'h Inunlgratlon. Tlw neeen In Odiuus ihUSB that tho Increase ii tha statw Is almmt Mtli&y in the RepublLrau suctions Every department will be open for your inspection. a look. invited to visit us on that day just for itiioni E. P. BARNES & BROS. Beaver Dam, Ky. . mM ''bjgpoMy m Ww VamcrstAc MwMSTKfVucky HtWlIcAH have Jim! wOilug to divUs them tato fac- 4fait'tiu d.jcrea-- wlwuover it oc- - THOMAS MONUMENTAL WORKS HARTFORD, KY. -- v i. J Millinery Opening! I t I I l fc . ' ' B F Duff wore hero Monday from Durados. svoTa?ents. & rind Call W, H. , Vsr. Greens, Jowl (Sjirirg calls for new Wln-dori Moore & Son for Jowl. Phono No. 47. Shades. Wo make nny size, and i BARNARD & CO. i Mr. Z. Wayne Griffin, of Laulsvilla color. i spent Saturday and Sunday hire with FOR SALE 3 new Suindard &jw- ? lhigvM.ichin-s- , his family.. will sdl cheap, D. D. t ocd Oats Sihroad r Grocer Hartford, Kyr 3Gtf. Best Northern White-Sj SO cents per bushel. 'M rs. J. D. Hardin, of Chattanooga, 32tf Hartford Mill Co. Tenn., Is her uncle and aunt and Mrs. Wnylundi Alexander. lard. Fresh and cured Homo mndo a ,Mr. and Jlrs. R B. Martin nndchll-dre- n, meats, nice country hams. Maunine and Wnde, Is'fUjd rela-UvW. H. MOORE & SON. at Cromjwoll, Saturday and All pcrsonna owing me wlllplcase I call .and make settlement. E. W. FORD, M. D. (J. Mrs. James Chlnn, of near Beaver 33tf. i mm, is uangerousiy ui. fano is tne i Capt John G. Kcawn, of Hendermother of Mr. IKirbert Chlnn of this c son, spent Saturday and Sunday at plaoe. o ty. his home in this Mr. R. D. Walker who has been In i Wo are prepared to show you lots Louisville for savcral days Is at home of new merchandise for spring. hh until the first of Arll, when he to'Ill CARSON & CO. travel for the Omaha Packing Co., We request the honor, of your presMr. Joe Chapman, routv, 3, has re-- , wltii branch office at Paducah. Y tunned ifrom Ldvormore, aflter an abla our ANNUAL SPRING MILLI.The local tent' of Maccabees ence i sence of several weeks'. I prtlpan.rg to filvo ani elaborate chlok- NERY OPENING Tako youf produce of all ikin'ds to en supptr at its regular meeting th Schroadcr's Grocery and get ifchenlgh-es- t first Thursday night In April. The 3Gtf- supper !3 in charso of Knights A. B. market iprlccs for &U C. Riley, cashier of the Rllay, W. E. Ellis and Estill Parle. Mr. John. First National Bank, transacted (busiMrs. P. W. Tabor of near Bow? ness at Narrows, Tuesday. ling Giecn dkd yesterday morning of J will afford our sales& time At Mrs. Julia WddinglrfWhiitsville, Eryaiihilas., She had been sick for sev you ladies much pleasure to show and MIs3 Edith Carson, city, were call oral da-- and her dath was expected. Tho remains will beinterred near her ors at this office, Monday. creations in Spring Millithe Miss Mabel Raines lias returned to home. Mra. Tabor was a sister of nery, also the completest line of Silks, her home at Render, after a visit to Mrs. John R. Ph'pp's of this city. Goods, Etc., to be found in our Wash WANTED "FOR U. S. ARMY : Able-bodiher ster, Mrs. Ben. Davis, of unmarried men betiween ages your friends, city. Come and bring Baldwin, of Beaver Dam of 18 and 35; citizens of United States Miss Maude with and remember "It pays to habwho has ,bten vlsiWng relatives at of good character and temperate money." saves you house to ih?r home last its, who can epeak read and wrlto Sunndiale, returned the English language. For Informaweelt. tion apply to Recruiting Officer, Main The Cheapest Place of Earth to buy street, Beaver Dam, Ky. & 28tf. all kinds of Seeds. "Capt. John G. Keown, who is In The OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY CO. charge of tho J. I. Case oftioet at Hartford, Ky. 29tf Henderson is at home for a fwdajs. Mrs. A. B. Riley and little eon, He has received an order frcm the David have returned from a visit John head office of his company instructto her parents, Mr, and Mrs. D. L. ing h'm to go to Canada in their Johnson Lilverniore. lntorsts. He has not definitely de Mr. Ira "b. Bean, traveling sales- cided if he shall take the assignment. man for the Kentucky Clothing Co., Mr J. A. Bllbro, formerly connoct-&PJTit- h Time Table lefit, Fmlday for Oklahoma witih his M. H. & E. Railroad Taylor Coal Co., at Taylor fall line of Clothing. Minesr and for some time in tSio at Hartford, Ky. We buy' groceries in small quantiTime table effective Sunday Dec. ties therefore, jou will always find drug 'business in this oity has (FRIDAY, MARCH 24. t an interest in the Oentcrtown 4th, contains the following schedules: our stack nice, clean and fnesh. Mercantile Co., and will begin workm. No. 112 North Bound due 7:29 a. W. H. MOORE & SON. Mr. ing for that finm next week dally except Sunday. Time Ky., Bllbro is an excellent gentlrman and IlllnolsCentralRallroad Miss Foster of Springfield, No. 114 North T3ound due 3:40 p. m. has awuipkjd a .position as milliner a thorough business man, and win add Table. dally except Sunday. " for the Gentertown Mircantlle Co., much life ito this progressing Wnn. No. 115 South Bound due 8:55 a. m. At Beaver Dam Kv. and has entnod uion her work. FOR SALE Farm on Rough riw, except Sunday. dally of 5 miles North of Hartford, Ky. Tills Mr. and3lrs. W. C. Bennotit, No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p m. Somli Honnrt. North Bouud. Beda, rotunnoJ AVetlnesttay from farm contains 210 acres. Will sell dally except Sunday. . No.21dull-S5a.mNo. 132 due .05 a in. where they had .been making all or divide to suit .purchaser. Has H. E. MISCHKB Agt do j 2 48 p.m. No. 101 No.lMiluei:.!80.m. seven-roodwelling in good reipair, Spring purchases for tholr store. No. 131 doeS 15?. m Ho.l02dn::48p.in. fine barn, good orchard, plenty of Best Northern White Seed Oats water and a fine lot of sawiog Um' Mr. E. P. Barnett was a (pleasant 50 cents .per bushel. ber? Price $2,400. Thursday. caller W. E. ELLIS, A. C. YEISER, & CO. The Produeo Man. x 32t4 Hon. R. E. Lee Slinmerman was in . Hartford, Ky. 32tf Mr. and Mrs. Olate Baize and tihreo Louisville ithls wjek. Tlno batiktt ball game at Beaver of Taylor Mines,, visited Carbon typewriter paper for sale at childronr iKen nnlatJvM itimp Snnnv!dal for SKVeial ' Dam .lust Saturday betwe'en Republican office. 34tf. The days, and returned to their home, Mon tuckV Seminary and Grimvillc' was j 'angely Dr. S. J. AV?ddlng spent Sunday day. attended, and resulted in a with ivilatlvca at Dundee. ro of 17 to 0 in favor of the elng- Mr, Forrest Sallmon "began a Each, team was corn-nigMr. NVy Rowan, of Hcfiln, was a Ins school at AdDburg on Monday Seminary iboys. ikndJd players, but the IwsudL' pleasant callr, 'Monday. of last week.' Thfew was a ojd uuV m'urcenvina aggnauon Esq. and Mrs. O. E. Scott, of Crom- attendant and much interest ItaUn to the hom-- tram. Quite a number tlie i work. well, were 1n town, Tuesday. of enthusiasts from this city wttnwts-t- d Mr. A. RTlIumnw and Miss Laura receiving naw spring goods tho game. We aro Tall, of Centartown, havo QARSON & CO. every day. .Mrs. Rosa Ehret,ofR3ekiiort,,lnd., from the Eastern niarke,t8, where Mit-nMrs. Joh- II. Barnes, at Beaver went In tho Interest of thu Citv.r- - h.is .bought tho 41 lots In tliu old fair Iground addition, of Mr. S. S. Ma Dam, was iln .town Monday. Co. town ( Owenstoro and Intends to Mra. SailTi Thomas Is Quito elck nt Sir. OUocl'MarttowilltoYeAprl,!' "The real egg mathis summer. Iln East Hartford. com-- L her home l, for LexbiBton, whore bo will and oil pros- She thinks chines." Eggs from pure Mr. R. T7 ColTliia traiTsaeted busi- Plata the law couruo In the' Kentucky px"ta and the tmw railroad which now ness In Louisville this w.ek. State University, and receive the d gossJJj'roigh this cty, .with tho new bred birds At tarej or Doctor of Laws. Carnations, in various colons. s wlF system Just completed, will add ivtuFned tc her Tho Ohio Countj' Drug Co. muriuIJfe to Hartford, and the UHn was lii Cromwell homo at Whltesvillo Tuioday morn- will 'soon come to tho front Judge C.3ir Crowe ing after a shont vJ&0t here, the gu UVedneBday on legal business. Prof. 's. P. McK um--y has resigned of Mr. and Mrs. C P. Kuoavh, and U9 HUU JUdge JUI1I1 11. ivuauu as 'principal of Rusk port Graded s,choo Dr. and Mrav S. J, Wedding 'and.has'a;c3nUd a position, as trawl- ( eicUhng business In Oweusboro thl n,Jlr Wo have Just opened up a Wg as-- 1 wtV ura lnornational sortmen, of men's and ladkte' Ox- - H irvobtvft. Co ( or ohlcuo, wltii branch B. P. Taylor, of Beaver WPoatmastcaMouday af- fords and Shoes, also a fine lot of omJ at EvaiuvI1, mu. Prof. W. R. Free delivery nt or ship- - Dam, was a vIsLtor hore, spring Clothing and Dress Goods. .d nt of Uio sciiool, inir8Qn ternoon, ' ,. CARbO.N & VU. .i trt ,h,. Priuxjlmalshn). (,,- .pod" from Beaver, Dam or 11 MWW barrel of " another Jiwt Tii Williams proiierty on Washing- aiid wIl ha nssl.il by his brother, I Jumbo PJckel. Send "Cromwall,.- - Ivy- ton' fatrcet. wtfilch Is nof.v ow'jud by Viot5il& Carson. Tua many frlnwJs W. H. MOORE & SON. .1 1 jfeisrs. IKavrln nd Barrass, is be f Prof.. M.cK'UEy wth hl;n much 1...v 'il Jn, "Hartfordi the "tawn"torad t caan wmi oiuwi. a. yjutu ing Matrd and will soon 4a nccupkd cS, lu ni8 nw tWU. Thp Ohio County Drug Co., the ptioe by Mr, attention and a square mx'MUsliko ami family. Th "Hartford Pluyus Club 4s tho to tJUl." Floral design book of 1. Walker namVof tho IjcjI til 'lit company 'hat deaj a'Seured. Mies Nura Weddfug returned from and Cu., of lxmlbvllle, and. can fur-nli- ii haslbeenopEAul&d in this city. Thy Utr n Duadoa Moudny a5lTntron, floral designs for fuuVra!3 and iutQAft Jo gve a .play "ry fw woeka m!mmm5 Vlflt with ivlatlvs. 'y special cccasloHs. ' aaiutfcla new entrpri& will he W urd headiiuai ters far Seod PoK. T. W1LUA.MS. amuscenmt loving piur tatoes, rlce tUj lowe. V lIrlfofd, Ky. 30tf so.'i,TUoy wall glv tmir nrw. iimy. Wj CHROADBU'S CASH GROCERY "rJT,race at tho Window," at tho Oh day ihwt wetlcTTMrT'II. E. Mr, A." K "FtawHwr'and Dr, J'L. the teal agotf. fwjUbo' M. H. o;ri.IVK)SA next Friday night. Thoa D. No((3, R. F. Imikh, of CtMU'ituwH, waa a iltasat tho company are: Mbs'.s UiW efikio, Tvirdy. esrtar Orjot( thw tkal.-- kiiCh ftnuU4 to W&MM. Stive, Beatrice Haynus, Boa BEA.VER DAM, K of 6.E-lo- r Mr.. Jiwm" iTowiv wai Jh DhcIAgw $T4.W. Tti Jg and Nora Welding; t W'u'OiHMhn' Jookbg after the tattWit ttoktte ifter mM t th'e. local etatfon MeSwTMartlu Thomas, Ellla Fostwr. OJihuil anil J; Nv--y .Foster "Staimons Kid Gloves tho bo3t at for yow n biwiivees We ara 9Mnrd & Co. Health Ohio County Drug Co. ll"feW CroB.ttit linvn nrtivtil. AInljp M(m Eva RGbertson lg tho pioai 'LK.Walk Easy. Barnard & Co . of Sir-- and Mrs. 0. B. Likens, Mr. Clauda Renfrew, if Dundee, paid jjA Barnord & Co. for tho hist ConKst, made Warners. Tho Republican" a call, Tue&iay. Attorney 0:to C. Marton. transacted MIss V'rna Duko rwturncd.Tunsilay business In. Cromwell, Wednesday. ifrtim a islt U her paranits at Dundee. Flowvjra anif Flower Pots for sale by i WttornjE. M. Woodward left B. T. Williams, Hartford, Ky. 3Gtf,( Harrlsbrg, 111 on ltgal Mr, John Htjnry Thomas, of Narrows, lfaid us a pleasant call Friday, Spring Clohlng, Frat" Hon. W? S. DnaifdDr. J. A. 19R styles. Barnard & Co., exclu- Tnies-l.w,f- S)SSSfVS MILLINERY OPENING! S- or 'X "w '" iLMillinlwJ wi Pf. -- bj at On Saturday, April 1st, Miss Gertrude Wright will Saturday, April 1st 1911, this it latest ed welcome her many friends and customers and show the best and prettiest line of up todate Millinery that the best markets afford. Pleajse re member this AND "T trade a that Jk$Z&Ca j i I Km i fc.il v 3wwwwotwwsws''w Hartford Republican. ssssss Ks jmir-chas- ed Millinery Openin And display of New Spring Goods i i i 1 m SINGLE COMB Wt ht BROWN Friday, Mar. 31 AND SATURDAY, APRIL 1. We desire to see our w LEGHORNS y ','. ,'.. 7' Vlc-pit- $1,00 per 17 $1.50 per 30 $4.00 per 100 mg-jSa- roo-jUo- ( ..t friends and customers and have them inspect our immense line of MILLINERY and DRESS GOODS and meet Miss Effie Foster, of Springfield, who will have charge of our Millinery Department for this . .vjl-co4- tA-er- R. I. BARNARD, Mis-ckk- c, coelg thtargtBlJt'r in hi in Incorporated .. Cftntert own. Kv.. m, mr m. MM w 7 , , mimiwwwvwvfiimtiHv HOUSEHOLD HELPS. (A Spsctal Department "Cured March. for Our vGSfcsl Neuralgia Housekeepers. Contributions Accepted.) LAUNDER 1LANDKBRQHIEFS. JJj pleas- L Delicate artioks, Uko hamtliarahWa etc., may bo (beautifully --atnforoiderles Jftumlercid by the fallowing arratfliod: Pxeparo a thin starch by wotting a that I had a neuralgia pain in Jn n lit--taBspoonful of corn etaiKh my arm for five years, and I used your Liniment for one tle jcold water and boll from thirty week and was completely minutes to ni hour. Wlion cold Btral cured. I recommend your Have the articles Ho :be atnrflhed mash Liniment very highly." Mrs. fd dean, dip them .whJlo wet Into J. McGraw, 12 1 6 Mandcville &e etandh, wing dny, them press and St., New Orleans, La. Mil par clap them between the 'hands y dry. lay rlghtslde down on a Cured Quinsy Sore Throat thick Ironing pad nnd Iron, with a jnodorafcely hot flatlron. Articles laun Mr. Henry L. Caulk, of deml in this way have the ahaer look 1242 Wilson St., Wilmington, Del., writes : "I bought a botand tho crlspness of now feoads. tle of Sloan's Liniment for the ladJs World. quinsy sore throat and it cured HANDY CAN OPENER. me. I shall always keep a tha't is A handy little bottle in the house." compact and taay to wmk is Ugnit 4hat dovJsed by a California man, a Onle piece of metal, rdsembllng . iKiavy, very Btnong wire, Is bent upon Itself. AVhoriQ the metail runs panalled tho handle Is formed. One end fcorm- jnates In a point, that is designated 1 penetante tho can and has a series ct xeoesses along, spaced on either gives instant relief from rheu aide- - Nar .titoe iKxlnt It Is bent at lumba-go,sciatic- a, n double might angle. The other end matism, neuIs curvl over nl a (bow, whilah gives croup, .it resilience, and also terminates in a blade. sore throat, ton-siliti- s, polnit, which Is the cutting Thla end ,can be fitted into any' one hoarseof Jthe resources of the odhcr, accord ness and chest ' Jtas to the dtonio,ter of the can to be pains. ' e- - , opemnbd. mho lateral paint Is thrust ,5nto the top of a can the instruPr!ces,25c.,50c.&$1.00 ment brought down till the cutting Sloan's book on 1 zfiSHir 1 the hones, cattle, sheep blade takes hold. Then vJUh nnil poultry sent tend dn tho lateral sjatilon acting as free. Address ,o pivot, the blade Js made to inscribe Dr.' Earl S. Sloan, .a circle, cutting the tin as It goes. Boston, Mass., U.S.A. HINTS FROM THE OHEF. TV) prevent cooking odors. Fill a tin cup wilth vinegar and place it on the back of the stove. This will pre- It efaould ibe turaed over ten minutes vent the spread of cooking odors before it is done too brown. Place all cakes to cool on a wire itihroughout the house. vegetables or sieve, and never put them away in .prepalrng Before Iruits that stain the fingers, a very tins until perftictly cook good plan is to previously nub the thumb and forefinger' .with a little Beware of Ointments tor Cagrease, rafalch will prevent the stains tarrh That Contains Mercury. that are unsightly and difficult (o as mercury surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the liemore. pies, damp whole system whea entering It Wihtn. making fruit itoe edge with milk instead of water. through the mucous surfaces. Such It holds better, and the juice is net articles should never be used except on prescriptions from ireputaible liable to boU over. as the damage they will do PANCAKE. POTATO raw potatoes is ton fold to the good you can possiPare and wash six separate the whites and yolks of bly derive from them- - Hall's Cattwo eggs and whip the whites to a arrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Che no siiit froth. Grate the potatoes into a ney & Co., Toledo, O., contains actmercury, and is taken Internally, bowl and quickly add to them the mubeaten yolks a half tcaspoonful of ing directly upon the blood nnd cous surfaces of the system. In (buyealt and a itablcspoonful of fine sifted you Catarrh lread crumbs. Bent them gradually ing Hall'sgenuine. Cure bo sureinterSot the It is taken Unto the whites and eauto by spoonnally and made In Toledo, Ohio, hy F. fuls In smoking fat. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. . GJBLET AND VEGETABLE STEW. J. Sold by dnugglsts. Price, 75c Per When cleaning a chicken split and bottle. trash, the heart, also the liver and Take Hall's Family Pills for confleshy ends pared from the 'gizzard. stipation. m , Put all on In a pint of cold water, hea andsirome forr hajf an hour then Helpful Hints to Husbands. set aside. When ready to use cut wife on the meat Into tiny slices. Brown two Never fail to remind teblespoonfuls of flour and when Her birthday hofw .young and slender hrown etlr in the liquid in which tiie she looked the first time you saw her. Stflson Loving memories are honey to woviolate have been cooked well with Bait and pepper- - Add the men's hungry hearts. cut meat and a cupful of diced rook! When your wife Is telling ti etory 'vegetables carrots and turnips and to gutsts alwaya be wire to intero Utile raw celery are best. Simmer rupt her and finish It yourself. A a elowly for thirty minutes and serve, true iwoman always appreciates hu&band's a!d. garnished with cressea. Never go to church with your IwJfe S.TEAMED FISH. on Sunuay morning. .Tne onener Place tall of fJslx in ita mouth and. you go the oftenw the wiIM expet Lay on a plate, jbur over tfocuro it. you to, htiblt yu might get It a half pint of vinegar, season with If yourand says tihe hasthe head a wife for an jpepper and salt. Let stand Is ache, Just laugh at her. There hour In the refrigerator; pour Off the nothing Ulce laughter to llghtc-- one's vinegar and put In a steam over boiling .water. Steam twenty minutes burdens. your everything Always or longer if the fish Is vary large. wife tells bdllevoand hy and by she you, "When done the meat easily parts may begin to believe Epmo of the and Jnssa the bona Drain .well, things you toll her. .swnre on a napkin garnished with Naver explain where you have heen cwled parsley. Serve drawn butter when you have been out late at night ia a .boat. w If you do it once you'll have to do it CREAMED OYSTERS. always. two quarts of milk come to a Let Don't ctver take ibe trouble to be boil. Take three pinto of oysters courtttws, to your wife's wtwnan drain off the liquor put in bh&pipiug friends. Tho ruder you are to hem bowl and chop fine. Stir two Bir.aH tho more they will sympathize with lablcpoorifuls of flours in four ot h'or, and all women love sympathy. melted butter. Put the oysters in Never forget to remove your collar the boiling milk, stir In the buttnr as soon bb you get home. An untidy fi&i (lour, suason with pepper and huaband excellently chastens an im wait, Jet boil up once and (serve. patient wife. Good Housekeeping. TO r: lr can-open- , SLOANS LINIMENT ralgia, JJjL P. BJrfchwrf, Ja4g; Circuit Cert-- T. peor old 00119 wfah Msreh hot ibem a 'tfrutin month bo Ben D. JUnto, Atlocny,' W. I MldWff, n ons to lave sincn in a raott 1 it ul Jatlr; K. . Clerki F. I Fefar and bhe peopte are Wo awko ptotune; but a hotM wotfa a smsll lix, Master Comnietoner; It. T. Otlinfl, getto their tjuaUHHM. FamMn re Tse h& nd Trut Jwy Kim4r ,T. H. O. Uok, Shercrops, tecs to AH a ,brofe piwpwing for ting ,bu Keewn an iff, Hartford. Deputleea. there te mcflitmi ot Mb (kM(i(eess. clearing such as plowing, Lotf 'Blue. Court convened first Men-da- y A ifcasto fcr rnulc, pbHry, pkoWee, In February and continues tliree and gKlttilnig Uilnes toqttir for anothetc, toads to destroy 10 aattwJan weeke; third Monday ,ln April, twowecka er crcip. Moeft cY&ymm thinks wo for th vulaw. A heme of beauty.. second Monday In June, three weeks; Willi have a fine season..' tints year two weeks, of 8Bto tmd rflemeat atwaj ttflwls Phlrd Monday in October Wedding, Judge; for grain and pktnte df all'klnds. County Court.-- n. It. eAevafe and ennoble ho miad and to W. S. Tlnsley, Clerk, C. B. Smith, AtAVheat in this community ds reaoomtoJitmept torney, Hartford. Court convenes first cuttAmte a spirtt of a fine sonable gopd. and wo Beuty filTs the M'onld m well as Monday In each month. oat crop, aiorchanto tfe'U,also joton if we haAe eyV to pa; it. It Is Quarterly Quarterly Court BeginsMay, ting .busy buying an .assortment of an 4, The ucms ie w fragrant, the fourth Monday In February, open .to different Bitols as tho famrers omd August and November. tho lily ae whke, and tho hyatilnftJh flrat court of ciaimg-Conve- nea gardnors may need. " January and llrst Tuesday In hluo when culvted by the JKning Is dull here &t present. Tho S. Moiaoy, poor as iby the Jwiled titcis of the Other County Offfccrr-- C. mlnnes min six hours aMay anditjhey R. F. D. Surveyor, Fordsvllle, Ky riohk Felix .Assessor, HartNo. 2; '.Bernard are talking ol ehubUng Ni(w Render ford, Ky., It. F. D. No. 2? Honry Leacli, Dr. A. 13. down and putting tlio Render men Sutierlntendent. Hartford: jJUiey, Coroner, Hartford. hero, giving AIcHenry iwtit orders A Reliable Remedy JUSTICES' COtJnTS. they have also putting their nilms cars FOR B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford. Tuesday and what machinery may be needed after 3rd Monday la March, Tuesday after 3rd Monday in June, TUesdoy after for opornltinis thki m!nioa. If th'ese 3rd Monday in September, Tuesday alter plans are carried out weiwlll ihavp 3rd Monday in December. O. B. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afte Ely's Cream Balm ever day woTk. 3rd Monday In March, Wednesday after it quickly absorbed. Jlr. George 'Benson off Cool Springs 3rd Monday in June, Wednesday after Gives Relief at Once. 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday was In town Thursday.' ,M after 3rd Monday in December. It cleanses, soothes, John II. Miles, Itockport, Friday after Mrs. Martha Phelps, Mrs. iLodema heals and protects Friday after 3rd Monday in March, BsBBsiSSBB Fisher Mrs. Ida Brown; Mtes Hudrey the diseased: mem 3rd Monday m June, riuay after sru brane September, and MaskfflWehn'diellJohn away resulting from Catarrh and drives Monday in December. Friday after 3rd Groarger n Cold in the Head quickly, ltestores Monday in son were the guests of 'Mrs. W. J. the Senses of Tate and Smell. Full size' SvJxrXf?ni iCenJ.ert?wS' ,.Saiur(laJr Grcnvharger, Sunday. Cream Balm for use in atomizers 75 cts. Istd Monday in September, Saturday af- Mr. Jode Johnson and little daugh&u warren street, Mew iortc ter 3rd Alondav in December. ter, Grace .were the gniest of Mrs. tiy iirotners, M. C. Cook, Henfrow, Tuseday after ' 2nd Monday in February, Tuesday after Maroni Maddox, Saturday. 2nd Monday in May, Tuesday nrter 3rd Monday in August, Tuesday after 2nd iMr. and Mrs. "Hamm'er Blackburn Monday in November. and daughter visited fniends In the Thomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday after tho second Monday in February, country, Sunday. Wednesday after 2nd Monday in May, Wednesday After 3rd Monday in August, Mr. Jim Growbarger, of Koclaport, Wednesday after 2nd Monday in Novem, was in town Friday. ber. C. y. Miles. Fordsvllle, Thursday after EJdrWge Bro.wn aniddon, Onville .Mr. 2nd Monday In February, 'Thursday after vistlted tho formers sister near Echols 2nd Monday in May, Thursday after 3rd Monday in August, Thursday Sunday. ' after 2nd Monday in November. (Mrs. Fella McConmell and daughter J. I.. Patton, Ralph, Friday, after 2nd Monday in Februarys Friday Vafter 2nd Edna were the guestB of Mr. EstlH Monday in .Way, Friday after 3rd Mon day in August, Friday after 2nd MonMcConnfell, Saturday nJgblt "and Sun day In November. .weeks. the boom for the ptol fs McHENRY. 13.. rMcIIwwjr 'JisJbecn iT'T oar on wtku vrcanmm m kMk b ptrwNm'jIoB. Whey ttiek pledin eyes Directory Brn, Tmvnmmmxxi, O.M. BlMIST from u cimmJ onrs; a41. A st thy nver enotMii-b- er c. &, BARHETTIi SMITH, tfr fndg lj7for Attorneys at HARTFORt), LA"yr,f - KY. lueti-Vi- en Spoclaltles. tng. Will practise their prafeelon In aH, U courts of Ohio and adjoining oCu. tiea and Court of Appeals. Sp tl ! tentlon given to all buslnr evruete4 lo their eare. Collections ar.j' the Practice of Criminal and Real Estate Law Office In Republienn build, a' '? Attorney atLaw, HARTFORD, - KY. practice his profession In, Ohti and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty. Office In the Bet aid building. Will FRANK L.FELIX, CATARRH . YANCYL.MOSLEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW; HARTFORD,. - KY. Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties,! and In tho Court of Appeals. Also No-- 1 tary Public Office over First Nalloqal"'! P l JOHN D. WILSON CHAS. M.CnOWB WILSON & CROWE j LAWYERS HARTFORD, - KY. 1 day. phy-slcia- Unie McConnell, who has been om the sick list, is conval'eaaenit. Mr. Roy Sitavens return'ed.home Sat urday from a (visit to his mother, near . Rockport. Miss Myrtle Mcnndon, iwhbhas WJen very 1H of appendlditlis, ia alble to ' be up again. Mrs. Vady Kitchens who has la grippe is better. Mr. Norwood Brown, of JVmd Run, was dn town. Thursday. Sirs. Fannie Fulkensaon and Mrs.. Rosy Wakeland visited iirs. Lizzie Blackburn Quite a crowd from here visited Mr. Charlie Wells, of Central Glty, Satur-- V day afternoon. Mr. Alvin Hoops, of Cool, Springs, thehlockup was am&ted and put hero last week for catohlng a Might train wdtihln the city limit. (Mrs. N eof'YrtiGH-- r ';' SYMPATHY . to-da- i-- an helps hunts, but it won't cure Ohio County aching tooth, wonn't wake a marred HARTFORD. KY. one look like its old self. Takes a All Matters Given Prompt Attenexperienced dentist to do skillful, tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS At you that. Get all the sympathy SPECIALTY, can, but for real relief and good dental work make an appointment with us for the practical way of getting your teeth in fine shape. Best Christian Church-Servi- ces crown and bridge work in this town Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. every fourth hi. Sunday or any town. Teeth extracted with- bchpol 2:30 p. m. Elder W. B. Wright pastor. C. P. Church-Servi- ces out pain. All work guaranteed. first Sunday in ud Prompllj obtained in each month at 11 a,' m. and 7 p. m. -- UoUEtWt,orno tee, wa obuln PATEN1 218. Sunday Scool.9:45. ,. ,THAT , second Monday in each City Council J. H. Wlllfnma month. KTovor. R. T. Collins, Clerk: S. K. Coif Treas- U'CV iemoers or council, T. R. Barnard, W. J. Bean, W. M. Fair. Pen Taylor. W. E. ElUs. E. P. Moore. s Glenn, TJ3cS00riiTr?ste??-- JTinsley, Secretary. C. M.chairman; Barnett, C. M. Crowe and Dr. E. B. Pendleton. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church KnllthKprvlo mnnrln. and evening every first and third SurP day in each month. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. Rev. Virgil Elgin Pastor. Baptist Church Services every Sunday morning ana evening. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. Rev. J. W. Bruner. jjuaior. Attorney; Sam .Riley, Marshal; convenes HARTFORD POLICE COURT. C. M. CrOWa. JlldlTA. ft- - TI T.tlrArt Will practice their profeeedon In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun, ties, and in the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections. Offioa m C5ourt House. Court "!.. Main St., opposite J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public ISJAvlSttflKI TRADC-MARttS Telephone DR. H. J. BELL, DENTIST, Office in Republican Bldg. iCocaia-- AMhiJch dulls the 'inorves . He-?-' Hartford, Ky. fThe er o'et cured Na,sal Catai-rhheavy fooling to, the forehead, the stuffed up eengaitlom and the watery discharge from eyes and nose, along with all Mie other mdscnles aiStendiLns the diseiaBe, aro put to rout by Ely's are Oneam. iBalm. Smell and .taste reetordd, ibreathlng ds made normal Uniill you itry this remedy, you can form no ddta of the good it will do you. Is applied, dlreet'y to the sore spot All druggists, 50c. Mailed by Ely Bros., 50 Warren Street, New York. of your cold you may know tlbat you HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned s Pressed SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodge No. 675. F. & A. meets first and third Monday night M.. In each month, Owen Hunter, W. 2d.. L. P. Foreman Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. a. meets every third Saturday night M.. in wChaJS.nU' Joohn T- - Moore High Priest; Tinsley. Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. S4, O. meets second and fourth Monday E. S.. even- A.nJerson. "W. M. Miss t i?'.i M1SinS' Secretary. Rough River Lodge No. lit); Knights of nriliJ joa to iuccm. Send trodeL photo or tketcb for FREE on patentabiUtr. M jenn prartloa. tjpewe, till YTaflti.iila 803-B0- B "port Q BOOmt rorfrtoOukl RIFEDENCES. Pat.ntwrtti. nnsninu ron, D. c. Seventh Streett, J; S & s. JnPPa". oi meets Fytlilas. meetB If you haw trouble In getting rid There aro not treating it property. Is no reason why a cold should hang on for weeks and it iwlll not if yu tako Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. m For 6ale by all druggist. Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called forand delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. 15LDG., it Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M".. every first and third Thursday night R. D. Walker, Commander; L. P. Foreman, Record Keeper. C, every Tuesday night. a, J. Ney Foster, K. KILL the COUGH AND CURE the LUNGS Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M.. meets every first and third Friday night In each month. Mrs. Attye-- Griffln.Lady Commander: Mrs. Lula Pendleton. Lady Record Keeper. Carpenters and Joiners local No. 1SS1, meets 1st Saturday night in each month. Noah Sknggs, Pres.; W. D. Luce, Sec-Tre- Dr. King's New Discovery WITH Trial Bottle Free AN1 ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. Crude Thoughts from Another Editors Pen. What a happy world this wuld be If .the Innoconcy of ohiUdhbcd'n ten dor years could be cannied through age. So, wHiille we one training "liusn In the way they should walk, let us watch our, own footsteps, and oath cut off their harmless mirth to sm'.t our taaties, that havogrpwu soiinbra "with ago and cane. Bo as careful to keyi) the weeda BJiIk, Acme Lodge No. 339. I. O. O. F"., meets second and fourth Friday night In each month. W. R. Hedrlck Noble Grand 5 C. M. Barnett Secretary. Ohio Tribe No. 183, Imp. Order Red Alen. meets Second nnd fnurfVi trA.1nD day .night I" each month. James C. Ben- er or Records? Hartford Camp, W. O. W. No. 202 Con-Thomas Williams; Clerk, C Wa?iader' Preston Morton Post No. 4, G. A. R., holds regular meetings Saturday beforu the first Mdnday In each montlu A.sh-or- a Mills, Commander; J. M. Rpgers, W fOBC8ffisHS Mo & PBICE w.oa QUARANTEXD SATISFACTOBYJ wa OHY KETJNDED. wT 1 HARTFOJID, KY. u A FEW HINTS. VegetebUu will take longer to copk, but will be much btitter, and of i&tar color, if boiled uncovered. it Je ft good echeme to saw a fety pie. on the wplat at the watot Moo, Awto books on' the blading of the t&jit' feootf the two 'together, and .AfcteyjwiU boM (Irmly. pwwied ,K wabtekta U routed or tf4lti ifetwwwt down, tetttwd of up. jjt wiU t fBor juicy, aud tadr. rte Cheap .Clubbing Rates. gineer tiwwrite Ms Host and gom loto We have made an arraagement wlU a btaBBOge oar to rad up eniMMiniK the publishers of the Inland Farmer, wha the train. Is pounding wmass of Louisville, whereby we ore enabled tiie eouBsry at tha rate of forty- mdUm.V to furnish The Hartford JUpubllean aa hour. ,Whoevr taks a lfeMo cMM ts rb4 that paper one year for $1.50. The Inland Farmer Is a weekly Jour. bis lenre msy have a vwy roomy. T Ml and one of the bet fanaa papers but (tat (MM wiM Ml U published ia the United States. Our aUAtea hm us frotn jp,wJeW readers should take advantage f and eeld; by sMwg to our gtmnymto this offer. U wsOi tbsir'Msile bawls aed ijnjlo outside duties any more tfcjan - MOWS SUM SUCCHUI out of Ithio mdndw of your chClidctai as SPECIAL OFFER: you aro to keep thttm out of your UlnO Nir BhImk AtrUlwUl.1 fU mike you our Detmutot eaMoaaw. garden. But r,em ember, somIKbiln rtlicCtHttttw 11 th flout Tanli. 1 ulamtid t U.U.. 1mm writ. will grow there, if you do nit plant lMMMMrf.av"i them wlih good grain, the tanc wiU HUAHUIlftLai.rUUH. Writ to4y; Memth tklt Psfier. est you. Keep a litake root to brary of ctood clean books, and by all SEND 10 GENTS nvcjontj keiep 'your home paper, before ktowttf nUu4 picM4rMl tklcvalufcU iWMfW ! gf "fwrtiw lpj Wf them. To inalce & boy into a pure Pn, a ,l!.W.fcilw,1M6"&,.li motliicir must do more than play. She must Uve vilth him in the uuaoe of comrade and closest friend. She nvut stand by bim in time ot t!ieaaton . as tho inlet stwks to the wlioa'uvn&n rapids are around. She niuyt wlver dwert him ajl bq of f to supnlntnd ' 1 SEEDS President. Treas. Woods. w. j jvuiuu, Indianapolis, Ind. , biuio umcers: H. IX, Froman, Carroll county, Pres. T. T. Barrett, Henderson county Vlco . A. S. of E. National Officers: Presldent-- M. F. Sharp. Narrows, Ky. Vice Prcsldent-J- M. Southern Agriculturist NASHVILLE, TEHN. v I ' hi J ii ,K:ft;:i WVMW mt OwarTlier?06"11'' Warre" C0Unty' Stato C. C. Allen, Henry county, and Lat-tl- e Graves, Allen county, Assistant state organizers. . Board. of Directors. Ben Watson, Warren county: C. M. Barnett, Ohio county;' A. H. Brooks, Bracken county; R. E. 1. Ray. Hardin county, and J. P. Tin Muhlsnbtrg county. Ohio County Officers: S. L. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Dam.Ky. Henry Plrtle, Sec. Hartford. Ky. D. Ford, Treas., Hartford. Ky. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach; Chairman, Hartford.Ky. - ......W.W, iW J,, JJ, 1. T. TV. Ta,a., 1Ifl.f,nM T U T -- '"' mv" For forty years the friend and counselor of Southern farmers. Twenty "four pages twice a month. 50 cents a year or three years for $1.00. Sample Copy Sent Free Do Yoi Wast One? - .1U. 4 4. 5. 6. u. 1 m. . 3. M. S. J. jiariiora, iteynoius, Ky. Patterson. Olaton, Ky. B. L. Alford, White Run, Ky. Richard Plumer, Taylor Mlnes.Ky. L. Brown. Kookpert,- Ky, M- - SlTtWS' PlINTIFUL tS$MMmt Q!r - f 7eef 77jaewfY j&&sAr-jPerijff0rAsAi)o ' r- -. Tne ulTkv, bow to oMaia) pauitUu Smliuu direct with WatUtigum tavtt Atu "J I'm vimm iwwmM. tr0 orrnU,tie la iU'eauMTiira Wrttt or ouu rrrtil I ojhit '410 S25i ','ahmi j&emSrWg Greevttfy b'w u c. WASMINttTON. D. For Sale Real Estate! '9 w" Acres of the finest Rough river bottom land located three miles west of Hartford. About 20 acres In cultivation. Good dwelling and out bullil-- j lngs. A bargain for $1,250. fcckbee'i "Fall ot Llfs" Northern Grei Pedigreed Seed hve yesrs ol reptrtrtkm at successful seed growing befalsU tbem. It pys to tent the best. Seasonable Specialties Bsrllest Red Valentine . . ,$jjo Refugee Exlri fUrlv .. Rtuhrl Nw StrlnelcM Green Pod . .o Bushel .o Bushel nirawnri imp. Money Davla New White War' S4.75 Bushel Cutrle't Rust Proof Wax 130 Bushel SEEDS B8ANS What Coirress Did la Sesfiofl to Just Closed. PROVIDED FOR: ForDKhmblon at Panama owaaj. R&aodttiaeAlon of laws roVaeing tthe JudtosMry. OrdisMoa of forest reserves SoiiUwam Appalachian and MouijjbbAivs. and (stotur, Mrs. Ada Edwards, iRjador, ar ivWiliisj ihdr paronfts Jir. nad Mrs. . Mhnfond Bmwnd. Mtefe Btfttlo and Annto Alyorsand k iwhool Rt Bawlkvg Green, Ky. Not Sisters Now and ojaln you lee two women passing down the street who look like sisters. You are astonished to learn that they are mother aad daughter, and you realize that ought to be a woman at forty or forty-fiv- e at her finest and fairest. Why Isn't it 10 ? The general health of woman is 10 intimately associated with the local health of the essentially feminine organs that there can be no red cheeks and round form where there is female weakness. Woraea who bare suffered from this trouble hare found prompt relief and cure in the use of Dr. Pieroe'a Favorite Prescription. It (Jirea rigor and vitality to tho organs of womanhood. It clear the complexion, brightens and reddens the cheeks. g No alcohol, or drugs is contained in "Favorite Prescription." Any sick woman may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, iree. Every letter held as sacredly confidential, and answered in a plain envelope. Address r World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.V. Pierce, Pres., Buffalo, N.Y. the-eye- s habit-formin- nuu Iik Bsil We have 460 acres of floe bottom firom one and a halt to two miles of Hartford, part of It with timber. Alao about 75 acres of upL Laosi belonging to the same trsoti Terras easy. land ., Bulhet New Early Grsdus . . . .w Bushel lforsford's Market Garden si S Bushel Buckbee's Lightning Express 00 Bushel Lattuce. sUsHih. Tomato and a lull line el Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. Send for complete catalogue or submit a list of your requirements and wlUquote price. Buy direct from the grower Sare Money. Write today. Mention this paper. Extra Early Alaska PBAS to Oimpstad Ona Camp visited Misses tMw'i:dna Balse, IOwwap, is visitin tlio ing M$ and Mrs. J. S. Hughes. White Mr RTid Mrs. Oacar Danln moved lega(jo DeMess county laist wook. Stefla, and Petarl Crumca, ItostaoSun- - ConfenuciMoa of emtmascy tion buHdtmgs abroad. awl H. W. BUCKBEE UeSBackbttSt., KockforJ Sera Farm. limpaMon of locomotivo hoilra. TO MEASURES WHIQH FAILED PASS; Canadian, roolproclty agnaeimoivt. ,Pnmanon tariff tooiaand bill, wihlch (but rwoa killgd by still Rxkhra.lt passed Sania&o bustUa day. wnd Mrs. J. B. Mltaholl, and , Mr. JittieoftUHntor, Mary Louise, Cedar Oflovo Visited Rov. t and Mrs. T, J. Na-bO- dn ths JIomso stor frame building with five rooms and large recptleon hall, built out of the best selected material. Situated on Clay and Fredrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. Lot 60x205 feet. Fine well of. soft water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. one-ha- lf A new one and ijrarjH Anrnne sending a sksteh and description mar qutcklr ascertain onr opinion free whether an Communlcii. Inrentlon lsproonDirpaiemnoiA HJN0B00K onPatents tloruitrlctlrconndotitf.il. sent tree, Oldest aaencr for securing-pawni- Co. 1'atenta taken through Munn recelre retool not lea. without cnargo. In tho A handsomelr lllnatrated weeklr. lowest dr. cntatlon ot anr sclentlDo Journal. Terms, i months, SL Bold by ail newsdoalsrs. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Rcosalutlon to adtnlit to Sbaitabjcod Mexico klilod by a Arizona aad-Nofilibuster to tiho Senate. proiVdlnig Raaoktlilon tor dlneot oloatlon or UaUod States Sarmltxurs. Genvnal aanvloo ponslcm hill. BalHngOTiPlrXfliot diaMeatlgiaukni TO- - ' Tnaoc Marks Desiqns CoavniOHTS Ac. Good nine room two story dwelling cis- - la Centertown, Ky., bas good tern, good cellar, nover falling ,well of water, good stable and other out Scientific fltmricnm Branch Office, ml splendid location for family residence Iftand (HUNN & Co. hotel, price and terms roason-sjkiblApply to BARNETT & FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Ky. e. 09ft r SU WuMnrton, D G. 8 'New York Subscribe for The Republican $1.00 per year. pont not aqtidd on iby tlie llorusa. Oocan mall subsidy jpaaajd toy the Senp-tHiult not acted on by itiha House, (la the Sanaba.) Soaator Owen filllbuaterd the xNw Mexico Staitdhlaad mcOauro to death by Insisting that a vote 'be also taken on admitting Arizona. Sanator BaiUey plquod at Sanator Owan'a aotlon; reigned from Senate. but withdraw ros'nctitlon later dn response to urgent requests Df Governor and members of Texaa Legislature and oolleagues. Oanjadlan maolproolty ogrdernent was Ignoned. Acton Sunday afternoon. Air. and Mrs, c. C, White, and. children vtelted Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olaton. Sunday. Airland Mrs. J. D. Myers visited Christian, Mr, and Mrs. Charlie Camo'Run, Saturday night and Sunday. a Mr. , and Wilson, Ira. Mrs. and littlu son, of Cane Hun Mr. and and Mrs. Alec B03-we- ll and two sons visited Mr. ttnd Mrs. J. It. Wilson, Sumday. MmlUir Gorgo Myers visited his cousln8; Roy and PolUe Onaff, Roslne Sunday. -Masttor Arnold Boawoll, visited his gTOTDidiparcnU Mr. and Mrs. J. B. HENRY WATERSON, Editor. Mltohoil, Cjdar Grovo Saturday night. Alias Ruby Aq'jon Is able to be up" again ntter a rocent attack WE CAN FURNISH YOU of bronchial trouble. Air. Sam Taylor, Beaver Dam, was THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN In this community, Saturday. AND THE Why Not Read The Courier Journal rim) MeCALL PATTERNS McCALL'S MAGAZINE m Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity srul reliability nearly 40 jeirs. Sold in neatly ererjr city and town in tlie United States and CanaJi, or by mall direct. More sold than any other make. Send for free catalogue. Children Cry FOR POSITIONS GUARANTEED Reappontlonment measure lcnoolced out on objection of MaCSumiber. IWU3 Sanjaitioir C ASTORIA n 9 FLETCHER'S Weekly More subscribers than any other fashion magatine million a month. Invaluable. Latest styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, plain sewing, fancy needlework, hairdressinjf, etiquette, (rood stories, etc. Only W cents year (north double), including a free pattern. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy. VVONDESFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue and new cash prize offers. Address THE McCAU. CO, 233 to 248 W. 37U St.. NEW tOWt - Interesting Facts. Glass windows were ussd for flights Sullowya periston bill killed. was rushed in 1180. Tlariff board bill through, only to bo dofoated In tbe 'Chlmnto'is first put jup itp housieo In " 123C. House by a filibuster. Tallow candte for light 1290. Ssnatons Flint and Taliaferro ap K rr J Sioctaolcs linx'nted by am Itallaniln pointed meanbers of Monetary Com 1240. mission. Paper made for llnten, 1302. Senator Warren confirmed as Civil and Woolen cloth made In England, 1341. Commissioner ot Forfclflcatdons BUSINESS COLLEGE 1 XlfOOBrOKaVTBO Art tof pnlntiog from movable type, Ordiinanoj. oao, w, BOHWABTZ VBtMotrai. SBSTABtlflQED 104 KIT. 1440. (In the House.) II 17 Watah's first madxs dn Representative Fitzgerald headed a against the Telosoope lnvcnlted iy Ponta and Damiowriaitilc filibuster vau wii'j- - Janson, 1G90. uuu.ru uiu vn.u.-IHfACHTOWil Tea lrat brought fnora China to nd district toi senitfttdTO Payne to withdraw Lhablll Tricycle furnished by us. Our ae"n5ev?rprtreau5 Durllnig tilw filibuster, aoeiies of gneat Duropo la 1501. making money Wrtttfor Circulation ot blood discovered by dlfforent nu nuflKr KisuuiiuU the Hienvey In 1610. VH to anrone. anvwhere inFIIF.K allow TEN DATS' put It to any test you wish. If you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish to Ntjsisrapiai fln&t 'ostabUsliod iln 1G20. ReprtoeJitotlveB Hawley and Lee Keep me Dicycie snip it melt to us at our cxpeaieind you uu net it cut tiactiti, Ponduluni clocks first invented In un"h11lne hisht mde Mercies it is possible to mai' amjalnltcd members FACTORY PRICES at one small profit of (the commb- above actual uctory cost. You save fie i . ' to I is prohu . ...... Dicycie or a the ". nres irom man ..... middlemen's U..l. by buylne direct of us and. have pair manufacturer's a vm skm. to SlinOTvlse the Purchase Of 1C39. A "i oi mukg wuiw .... uhjub. av Wr.?m uvi a l ,j uiu Barometwr Invented by TorrloelU In unm you receive at any9nH S"ftiLltsAAj wMmt our catalceues and learn our unheard A J acton latlHlS TO protect W waQenailtfUS Of frici valit.itk Mn6m 1535.'' sWiiIiaByMiiitM Vfll! WILL RF ATONIIlPn wenjou receive our beautiful caulo,?ue ant nia,Utgtljble rlVCXTS, sJeam englnKj ilnvjnted In 1G49. We sell wrv we can make you tli is year. eatiftfird the highestimtrade b.cclesforUmone'i ..At ftfho AVlhljtje HoiUSO PrisldIlt TVift. with nmfit ahnvo fartnrv rost We are than atlV Other flCtOrV. fj.i. f Jt In ICoO. Bread made owlth v,U IsICVCLE DKAI.KItS. VOU ran 1I nur hirvrl i.nrti-- r nnr M nam rt- - t ailDeX SL COniTeTDCd at WQ LAIIC01 VBB1 IIIBi J 1 . . . our crices. Order J filled the day recMved. t i. i umo puli r. Cotton (planted tn the Unlbad States r - NKrnNi. hand iiinvni.v.. v iui nA t nUrU i,,ju .- -rt u itSDUOicuia lauors, utisutiu rr "., ..v usually have a number on hand taken tn ""." by " Chicago retail stores. 1 "bese w.vwv., out m. Tf53i. our we clear trade iw. AWH' adfnn .w meat April 4. promptly at prices rangtnsr from 533 to SH or PlO, Descriptive bargain lists mailed free. vwF ,r. ttat a successo?- - InFire engine Invented rtn 1CS5. paru' " COASTER-BRAKEan1 'was nao" Telegraph ilnventod iby Morse 1n 1S"32 --will GUARANTEE you a position If you us roal soon. We need many more at onco to supply tbe enormous demand for our trraduatea. As soon as we get tbe required number or students this offer will be withdrawn. 80 write at onco for particulars. WE 1 Courier -- Journal Both One CI PA YearlFor "Jsi JI.DU al We can alsolgive liberal combination rate withJDaily or Sunday Write Courier-JournCompany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure tojlsendj your subscription order to this! paper NOT to the Courier-Journal. Courier-Journal. Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE jES? WANTEDS RIDER AGENT ft Jin v- .tH.M""t'l"l"M' jm .". ' a ... t Wi -- -- -- w.. .j .i.i -- jst THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co. SI J WILL WIRE INCORPORATED) 4 S, 1 A Lifetime Trouble. TO tHTRODUCB, ONLY Ingram, Texas "Ever since I be tSriA nf tht fir M ivui . .. came a (woman,' writes Mrs. n. :.i. SSSO "'"tair. but to introduce . utwtll ter . .. .. rT zellyouaianipitpairtorjtiUrasnuntnQraer3fj3u Evans, ot ithls place. "I suffered from HI MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES womanly trouble. Last fall, it got NAILS, Tacks or Gins will not let the so ,bad, I had ito stay in bod for nearear. air out. Slxtv thousand D.lirs sold last use. Over two hundred tliousaud pairs now in ly a week every month. Since taking nr.3Dpr7,M:ul.nallslzcs.-ItUllveICardul, I feal batter ,thnn I have for and easvridlne.vervdurableandlincdinslde with a jtnMrial auahtv of rubber, which on er becomes yieairs." You can .rely on caruui. prenorous and which clones un small Dunctures without allow. Kotlce tho thick rubber ingtheairtocscapc. We h e hundreds of letters from satis- pared especially for women, it relieves A" ana nuiioturo strln fiedcustomersstatine that tlietrtlreshaveoulybeen pumped uponce or twice in a whole season. They weigh no more than ,,reVontBXrruh,riPThiaoma0ly pain, by acting on the cause to n ordlnarv tire, the Duncture resistlncaualitlesbcimrziven tire .will outlast nr othen and bullda up womanly strengjaiwaiero by several layers ofthln. special!) prepared fabric on the ' I 1 8 HFDfiFTH0D9l PUNftTUDF - PDAAF SSIrrt7u,!SS.pwtato, iy CI IT.UCMI TIDE7C A SAMPLE PAIR TV, .. . . . m r- YOUR HOUSE HT COST. v s r I but contain In notion. Try It. r. Ot ,.-.- .. m. ;uui ui ... '. Whetl Pa.DE BSGTltlS tO SllflVe v,hon SunnidaiV mom' comes around My Pa hangs up his strop, ticc f YOU IVSCsV ffsSO Ilcdgethorn IFspecial introductory price quoted abo e: or writePuncture-l'roo- biz 1 iretires on approval and trial at An' takes ihils liazor out an' makes for our and Sundry Catalogue which the It go 'flop! ItXlop! describes and quotes an makes ana Ktnas ot tires ai aooui nan me usual prices. but write us a postal today. DO NOT THINK OK UUYlNCt a bicycle An' thon ho gots his mug .an' Ibruslh tttMl WWMII or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wonderful An' yolls to me "Behave!" i ouers we are maKlug. jioniycosisaposiaiioiearacYcrvuuug, unicn nun. I (tell 391 Uhlcigs is mighty stHl CHICAGO,, L. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, When Pa begins it' shave. Then Pa he stirs his brush around An' uuulws the Boansuda lly; An' dottnttoneia when hy stlra too hard He edta some In his eye. I tdl y'u, but it's tunny bhfen M K cur-Fift- hs To esa Pa stamp and rave; But y'u imustnH ,get Jtottthed raflfin ; When Pa baglns t' ahave. MM T WW.-.- Q jMl , 'mi' bilned hand ho dossomit talk, An' evon Ma's afoared IFour-Fifth- s An' y'u can hoar tin' raaor click thnough Pa's ibeard! An' then any Uncle Bill too Wfc An' says, "Gosh. John, ypure bnalv." An' Pa tie ewoars, an AJa JestamUds When Pa baglns V sbavo. store-serviNewspaper advertising is a part of all worth-whil- e Athen Pa gets done aahayin' ot a part of it which patrons particularly value. For Ilia taoo ho turns around your sales, the it keeps them in touch with your store-eventAnd Uaurto Bill says; "Why, John TurahlalaoksiUke ploughed ground arrival of new stocks, the showing of novelties, the buying An' iahen ho iaffs Jest lot fa on' latfs, opportunities which your store must create for i,ts friends. But I got t" ibbiave, . The advertising becomes the link between the storq and Qoz'UJns's ajit t' happen quick Ex. When Pa begins t' its clientele. They expectthe store's advertising to SERVE THEM "not now and then," not partially; but ALWAYS, n Or-U.rs3111(1, tnaKe TOtrr, JSlusJsTlU and tread. The regular price of these tires is fj 50 per palr.but for V1UV llliuvn. nirDumoseiwearemaklniraspeciattactorvDrtceto All orders shipped same day letter Is received. We ship C.O.D.oa the rider ol only J8o per pair. approval. You Jo not pay a cent until you ha e examined and found them strictly as represented we will allow a cam uscuuin 01 5 per txm uucrcuy iuhkiuk me price ivt.uu perpairi 11 you You run no risk ia send FULL CASH WITH OKDKll and enclose this advertisement. sending us an order as the tires may be returned at OUIt expense if for any reason theyare not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as In a, bank. If you order a pair of these tlrci, you will find that they will ride easier, run fasterJ wear better, last longer and look finer than any tire you have ejer used or seen at any price. Wei Knowtnat you will oeso welt pi:ascatna wneti jouwania uicycie you win give us your oracr,, .ma ituiui.uuis .tic vuvt. WC WIU1JUU 1U.CUU ua lltai wuGt ofc uuvc. .. don't buy any kind at any price until yon send for a pair of at U "" ! mftaf" TLArtdrtll. PllKrtlv iVflfffttahl. " u'o3 00 J. iuj r of Your Store Patrons loro Wnn fiv ArlvprlisiriffsisaAnrl . J r of These Would Be lost if, You Stopped Advertising! ce a. If and fully! To curtail the advertising in volume or make the same impression on them as though you wmqi into 8wdkr quarters and cut down your force of tlerks and workers. To INCREASE your advertising to as "store News," as make tmor bargains will have the effect of enlisting a aa a bulletin ef ami of winning anew all lot of frequen-cy-wouW sv. cry C A3TO R1A Cftalr and Joftinl, Oepur eM ohHikvw, Brnnw Marls, Ceatertown, Ky., vieHtjA osUboHhopd Itwt rtaMv'M ia this FOR FLETCHER'S ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, In tlio course of a nocont leoturo In llartfoTd, Conn., on "The Making of HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME a Nawtpapor," Charles Hopkins Olark of the Courant said: OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD "How are you going .to got nt the public? Mall them circulars, and the BE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN 'IN wastebaiikofcs In 10,000 h,omca iglveoach dls- a wjiry jawn, and tho circular REACH. appciins unread. Call uiion tlw peo your ple and explain the mtinlts of ware3? The sign Our Busy Day hangs In buslnes offices; to pnlvato houses you must ping the bell. Ottoniur you are turned away. "But put a cleverly wonl-- 1 'i'i-iii of these advontltiemonit wares in a newspaper that lias an utabliiliied circulation In the oltyls ihomcs and business b. iliousas and boo what In You couldn't got thqro yaurEelf, but your Is there on joIiq $1.35 The Republican and Louisville Herald "tablo, In tho breakfast Republican and Courier - Journal 1.50 The in tlie iiaiilor, dn tho Globe-Democr- at 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis sawilng room, and when "everybody lis Inquiring tor tha 1.25 TheRepublican and Home and Farm pa.irer which can't be found; Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and It Ja very likely doing duty, Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.25 The on the quiet in (the loltuhen. lis all over (the Ihauso and wanted "It 3.25 The hepubucan and uauy uwensooro inquirer there. You are not. And similarly O'boro Messenger 1.75 Republican and T,wice-a-Wee- k at itho aftlce It is nead and reread, The 1.75 aiuli nant of tho use of This Is Our The Republican and Kentucky Farmer Busy Day sign is to get a chance The Republican and New Idea "Woman's Magazine... 1.30 to read tho papers. And It Is lu- 1.50 tort!ntg to note the advertisement The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer lias ona&hetr than a commercial use- - The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Fanner $1.25 It Is iprdntied for business jninposes pure and sltunple. but it Is ofjUin tvod as IWWB." The Itopubllcan goes into : the ofMooa and homes ot the Idopl0 not as an intruder, ibut as a welcome visitor. It wlU 'takio your announcements inuoh cheaper Uian you can swd 'ittNem to any coustdar-abl- e Draughon gives contracts, backed by chain of 30 Colleges, $300,000.0 'Dumber on clncuiana capital, and 19 years' succean, to secure positions under reasonable con wMoh will be tluown away afditiona or refund tuition. ter, a e?)tyuoe, draughon s competitors, by not accepting' How" to Reach the Public. E.G.BARRASS, Manager. hap-Iwb- OUR CLUBBING RATES, Twice-a-WeekOwensbo- ro Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. 1 Good Positions n ."Report-OUUAAllxVl- cplte y, a'arketleer," March 13.-n- Wy, FAIRVIEW. Joba St newatere-frieneVevecyda- WWrrW ' f the old pneal W Mc, Atir.xrQWsd, w tki, 4w fUsd 'iy Us bwihr Jih Bwid vutt aix'yaM wbe bu been who hisproposition.concedfj that he teaches more Bookkeeping in three montns than they do in six. Draughon can conTlu inumn ,Mklnt tor .wtwnon Is tine vince you. 75 Per cent of the United States Court latoaUj It te a hyibnld dn bpiwaronco, AN era write the system of Shorthand Draughon e being from knee down, and irtwsi && iplctune nvaJAJa Uio iwear-- r teaches, because they know it is THE BEST. For FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet "Why Learn Telegraphy?"' loolc a lMtl toimtftvy, like (fiie vvwot- - In n4lev of tlie faet, which explain all, call on or write JOHN F. DRAUGHON, President. Hbttt ife bHrie says "T3ie (woman shall DRAUGHOM'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE, not rjriistot wh4oh pertatodth unWeOKPOIlTSS to atBa" w do Hot sw bow the EVANSVILLE, ADUCAH, NASHVILLE, ST. LOUIS, SffUNCFIELD, MBUPHU. " T" i08i onulaf. 4The Harem Skirt. pw-ilk- RfimriTPPPIiVlT AAEEJL liiU 0JJ QffflP TH .il baria J KETINi IAPFBT SUNDAY i SCINL MIBN Will CSivene IP POWDER Absolutely Pure The only baking powder made with Royal Grape Of Ohio i County Witk RockHrt'' Church. The program for the naguJa meeting of the Baptfet Buay . JBdhool Union is as follows: TUESDAY iMARCII 1:30 Davotionial. 1:45 (Minutes, 38, 1911. ' report of J gcuools Cream of Tartar No and discussion of local prolAmw. 2:30 How jo uso ithe B&lelin the Sunday Sobool work (a) SufjwWn-den- t, E. W. Ford, (f) VmAm; C. D. Chick, (c) Pupil, G. H. Lawrence. ,3:30 Step No. 7 da Standard of Excellence Elder Birch Shields.' 4:00 Questions and General Discus'' sion. s. 7:00 DovptitonaJ. 7:15. The Organized jlllbia Class. Alvey CastMer, L. W. Tichnor, W. Bruniec Hi Alum, DEWEY Limt Phosphate .1. DENIES JAP CRITICISMS Admiral Says He Never Made Statement that America Should Have Attacked Nation. 20. Admiral iMarch Dewey oxiiressos tola friendliness Xor Japan In a car,d foe gave oat tonight denying statements dn a published interview with Count Ernest. Von Washington, Koventlow, a German strategist In which the .Count Is quotl tis Itotlosws. "I recall a remark 'maxla by Admiral Dawey just aftar the peace negoMa-tlobad begun at nontamouth. to the effect tliat Anienlca ought to have Jaian at an earlier date, because she was becoming .mone pOworfu than, was compatible with the interest or ihe United "States." Admiral Dewwy says die never made such a statement. ns The devotional erol?s will be In charge or direction of Fastcwv A. U. in tMm Masonic Home Journal and a Gardner. iAH schools not yet organizcopy lw present! to the family. ed would do well to meet Munch 2Gth, A. B. RILEV, dlatribu.e literature, maloe Diffenlns for Homo and Foreign iMlssIons and J. P. SANDCRFUR, G. B. LIKENS. send (messengers to ilils meeting.. Commltts 3. All iwkoiis expecting to arrhie for dinner will please modify at once L. County Union A. S. of E. W. Gibbs. "We are authorized by President S. Resolutions of Respect. L. Steven3 to announce that tlw Coun Whereas, the Angel of Death has ty Union, of the A. S. cf E. will convene on the first Friday In Apnll In claimed .the beloved father Of our esthis city. Everybody Is urged to at- teemed Sister, Miss .Lizzie Miller, and T. tend as there Is important business Whereas, a the death of Dr.-J- . Miller his family has lost a kind and to transact. ddvottd husband and father, 'the a distinguished citizen, who Is missal on account of his kind disNO. 2765. BARBER position, sterling character, and the great goad he has Usne throughout his life. Therefore, .be It Resolved fcttat-- the members of Hartford Qhapter No. S4 Order of Eastern Star extend to Sister Miller and the family our deep sympathy. In their bereavement, and diWBawanawEmaaaaamwWrect them to Hhat Star which will gufde the falhful to th Xtlsv Jerusi-lethat city not made with hands. Resolved That these resolutions, be com-munl- iy m 10,000 suocitoMl gmdMtat, a iMMrpo-rwta- ri gprmti on the rocwda of wr Ctmeftir, COOTUt SHOOLMHIK. by feamknta, flwrctoiMKig mmI a jpy 0ft4afttfM to Stater ACHVw, trad, - Mmch . irkjikfe hi wry good In " of It you flwhfe a local papers for h TWrtSty mL ttita wrttNs. a copy luritokMl thotOtm, Ifrgiiawrttng or pufepeftttost burfiwdrg to Th Jlumam tt Taw TtintMv, mi( for a 7Hft MH8. C. M, BARNBTTT, pPdr far AnoUw cra. t rw, hutucMng UMr jfnw T. MOORK. kMHI. f. MrwC)m ,ahrgw l10 of lwmd0d of igmditahM MR. T. R. BARNARD, viHed hfa) stetw Mm. KtHe Bakf Wilbur R, 9mMfa, pM(nt( Ky. Committee. QfWHilHM Wm gutHfey, Mr. and Mrs. Oewg tfrcmt and tpw ehlklnen Lkifwl and LoutacaiKSrt Sun&.&Q1TX day and Sunday nJr,t iwlttW her parents Mr, Mr. C. M. SveM. HARTFORD, KY. Jlr. Il.er.ry M. Lltes and Mtes Cora W. H. &J.F. GILLESPIE Bursm of this place matW a flying trip to Cromwell Sunday afternoon. Proprietors Several from thla pkoa attended in 9 night. Ing at Cnamwiell Sunday Mr. C. M. SUivens of this lrtaso LACKSMITHING we.nl 4o Boavor Dam: Thursday. MlM Lena Trout of wear Crcmnvell visited Gortle Stovwn Friday and Frtlday n'ight. AND REPAIR WORK Mr. Clarenoo Keown of Select was community Sunday tho guest in thJe of his uncle Slade Taylftr, onnr Mr. Henry Stevens and family of TOM ALEXANDER. Beayer Dam iwcre Uie guests of Mr. and Mrs. Estill Arbuckls Sunday. Friday The Deibate at this place nlht was nulte a success and wast, o Pfs-angnoatlji enjaj'ad toy all ni so wo will meet again Saturday night Apnll 1st everybody invited (The subject for discussion Is, "Resolved that women should have a right to Now every body come who vote. will and take part ih this grand exer-cls'- e. or mm SooH-MMpt- )g JO Se o lyjm ad GILLESPIE BROS. Sfcv ' Kl 8 nil1 Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, nfil I'lll i 'eawawawawMMwawam! For'Sale:' SILVER CROWN. We cannot afford to buy r&wspapfir space for ithe ipurpesa cf giJMlng you a Hot Air Exhibition. We onlyhrfsh to state the plain unvarnished tnuth In a few words. Wo ana offerJcigjriu the best all punrose Horse and the best mule producing Jack in ithe 9.iato of Kentucky. "Price and quality considered." Not a blemish on either Not a flaw in either pedigree. $10.00 TO INSURE COLT TO STAND UP AND SUCK. "If you get nothing Fonty-on- e , Hi U lots in Cnssna Realty Co., addition to Hartford. Will sell at 50 each on long time, or Mill sell In bunch for ?1,000 cash. Address. S. S. MAPLES, Owensboro, Ky. 35tf . II. u. u mil Ky. K IRVINGTON, KY. Not a Word of Scandal "W. life wtiMSmmB Five-roocottage with 6 acres of land, In Hartford, Ky., Good out- bulldlnpg nnil n wll nf nnVor-fai- lpnlcs ?u00 lng cottage in FOR SALE Five-TooHartford, Ky. Price $550. you are out nc'hlng." A. C. YEISER & CO., Agts., Hundreds of old customers to recom 32tf Hartford, Ky. mend us and our stock. Plenty off coits to shiow. The kind that bring 'ft Will Fay You to Attend the the hi'ghost market price, it,he kind Smith Influential College in that can (go up in the collair andal-way- s Famous Lexington, Ky. appreciated. If you don'tiwant to The Wilbur Smith Business Colbo treated ai'ght youwIH have to stay lege, Lexington, Ky., hlas backing it away. BLACK & BIRKHEAD, Hartford, Ky. a fine record of 33 years anld over m m For Sale. Auctioneer years public sales and 2 years Union Stock Yards' ex13 perience. Specialty on Full Blooded Stock. Prices Reasonable! Satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. Will make the season of 1911 at Coopar Bishop's stalble, fchireo nuiles east cf Island, on Gnaan rlior, on Mondaje, l'uesdiWB. amd Wt2dn;a3-day- s of each week, and at Cenfoer-tenvthe adlwr Ithroe dajis of bach woek. He will stand at $10 to Insure a living colt, money due when For Sale. colt is foaled or mare transrornod. work horses gentle Two good Co.ne akan ito (ire!"n(t aaaidicJnts and sound. Also throo good milch but not reapoaslbl-- illiould any ocFor cur. cows. I will sell reasonably. F. M. ALLEN, particulars caU on or address. CentontowM, K'., W. H. RILEY, Tlie Fine Young Treating atolJllon, Hartford, Ky. 3St4 EAGLE DISPATCH, Will mako the eeason of 1911 ait my Notice to Creditors. barn In Ckrctartown, ICy. He (will County stand at $S to insure a living wit. of the Ohio Creditors appertained Bank will please come forward and Moueii dus when fact is It Is niy or more transferred. Care taken to ludobtodnebs. &ittlo ther e purpose uud the desire of everybody prevent accldepts but not- noson3t-blslaould any occur. bank to (have divconnected with the Description, and Pedigree. idends declared to the depositors as EAOLE DISPATCH was foaled possible Tills cannot be speedily as creditors of the bank Aivrll, 1903, Is 10 hands high, dark done unless will assist by meeting their obli- bay with best of foet and legs, long mane and tali, fine style and notion. gations. He is by. the renowned saddle and Assignee. A. E. PATE, 29tf harroetB stallion, Bad EagUi No. 28, by ho by Rod Squirrel, No. G3, ho Resolutions of Respect. Black Squlroel, No. CS, ha iby Black Hull of Hartford Ijodi?o, No, C75. Ba&lo, No. 71, he by King William, P. & A. M., Hartford, Ky., larch 12. No, 57, he ,by Waahlngton Djumark, 131L No. C4, ho by Galnics Denmivrit, No. 01, ho by old Black Denmark, bh,e 4 "Vheras. It has. pleased tho lmpontod honse, ho by Ituler of tlw Universe to call mile race from tabor on earth to Overliving Hedgeforal. jefrofhanetit In tlw Ileawjnly Clt', EAGLE DISPATCH'S first dam our btrfow'd ibrothvr, Dr. Jos iph T. Btfi Habram, by Old Dispatch, No. 44S0, ho by Onward, No. 1011, he by Miller. our Gorgo AVJlkes, No. 519; Hecond dam llcenlvol, Tluat iln his lcdgu has lo.-i-t orj of ilta moat zeal- by Don Pedro. Your patronagie solicited. ous nbir.H a craftman iwho lovd P. M. ALLEN, ocd l!n'l Masunny and practiced Its Cjntentown, Ky. tcatea for 43 years. The churcli lias TJw FJno You us Jack, lost on of Its niost dvatd mem BLACK BALDY. U.ts and biutlful examples of the Chlrst-li- l turhul. in his dally life. Will mak the eoam of 1911 at my Tiiu community lias Vwt ono of Its barn at Centertown, Ky., and will s; stand for $8 to Insure a living colt. nd hononablu mast upright tile uitdlcal iprofcsslon ono of Money duj whon fact is ascertained Its ablest and most highly este'.m-u- d or mora traiuferrvjd. Cane taken to aractltiionors, und the family a pnovont accidents but not responsiJovlns luwhajikl amd Indulgent fatli- - ble should any occur. F. M. ALLEN, er. 35t8 Centiurtawn, ICj'. iwiirtlly comniv'ivd his liable .Wo Irt,uja his rtctltudo f condAict land his pure 1lfa to tlw mrtnbera of our OTTOO. MAUTIN 8.1' McKENNKY order. AVa itendor our heartfelt sym-lth- y (to tlm family In thalr uud cunuiund thorn to llto mho "do.:tli all thlmga w.41,"' broth-m- t Urn Lord and Maxtor our Ky.' dHgUUvl to rovorenoe and rov, ' Jlko)vl, That as an uvldw-of tba trtoetn la which w hoVl our Wetfcer, ttoit wo vamt .the badgvj of Life, Accident, SicK n. w h cltt-aen- married the call of a neighbor on JKs. P. Spangh, of Manvllle, "Vyo., who said "she told me Dr. King's New Life Pills had cured her of dbstl-nat- o Wdnoy trouble, and made hgr loelto&s u now woman." Easy, but sqiIj remedy for stomach liver and Only 25c at oil drug, kidney troubles. m sists faV$&$am -- Announcement Extraordinary W4 QTT r- I (l - " """ OHIO COUNTY DRUG COMPANY. Inoorporatoct SUCCESSORS TO GRIFFIN &. BRO. 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 need, and price them at our store. 69c 69c 69c 69c 69c 69c 69c 69c 69c 69c 69c pound. 69c 69c Full pint bottle Beef, Iron and Wine (sells 69c regularly at $1) Special price Dr. Hobson's Extract of Celery with Iron (a good nerve tonic and system renovator) 69c Former price $1, special price French's Compound Extract of Haywood's Kidney Root Com Sarsaparilla. A .... powerful blood and skin purifier. price $1, special price re Former 69c The great Kidney.Xiver and Bladder Remedy. Former price $1, special price . . 69c Digesteze A very agreeable remedy Special price for Constipation and Dyspepsia. 42c S CO Z. 3 rn oo cm " Haywood's Chill Tonic With Iron An effective remedy Extra Specials in Talcum Powders. Keystone, per can . . Mellin3, per can Colgates, per can Hobson's, (large) per can Golf Girl, per can Williams, per can 10c ' 20c 20c 20c 20c 20c Paints! Paints! Paints! We will sell you a grade er re price for chills and malaria, special . 42c 3 o n . of Paint that cannot be beat for durability. For Quarts h gallon 1 gallon 50c 85c $1.50 $ -er re a ... 3 . WpaBaMejeeHtMeBBeMMMBMeetBs Extra Soap Offer. Colgates, (Honey) cakes 20c .for Buttermilk, 3 cakes for . . 20c Craddocks, (Medicated) 3 ' 20c cakes for 3 eMeeHeMeeBBBBBMeaBMBHtaBfHBBeMMeeeaeMa FIXAUL. For Furniture and Floors. USB Flaxseed Meal per pound 10c " Cream Tartar " 35c Compound Cathartic Pills per 100 . 25c Hematic Pills per 100 45C Vegetable Pills " " , 25C Assafoetida Pills per 100 . , . 2c Lapactic Pills per 100 . . . . ., . ..igc Aspirine (5 grs.) per dozen . . .' . . . '. ,Jtc Chloroform Throat Tablets per dozen . JSc M, T. Capsules per box , jOc Household Remedies Etc. a o. ... ... .. sag prt2 -. ttTJ re re . . . -. c aa 2 .- r' M- PES . K5 -. M g re a. c g Reduction in Stock and Poultry Food. InternationalrReduced from 25c and 50c t0 20c and'40c Dr. Hobson's Worm Powder reduced from 50c to . . 30c Dr. Kaya Worm Powder,reduced from 2cto20c Ravens Stock and, Poultry Food, reduced from 25c and 50 to 20c and 40c Blue Grass Condition Powder reduced from ' 26c to , , . . 30c Bourbon Poultry Cure now 4Qc 44 4 now . . . . '. 36c Also agent for Dr. Hess's Stock and Poultry food. -- aS I g re tp Combination Special! A Good, guaranteed Tooth Brush, so should the bristle come out, in other than a reasonable length of- - time,' return i o B ... and get another free. -A- ' ?R Martin & McKenney Hartford, ND36c General Insurance and Fire. A Bottle of our TSuthymol Tooth Powder, the "Ideal Dentifrice" for cleaning and purifying the teeth, also for hardening the gums. Until the suppjy gives out,' will be sold III 11-- for ., Murig for thirty H&lYi, Tliat thotie "jMtMMMd lit da. TELEPHONB-- UMBER 28. TELEPHONE NUMBER 38. . ki' rewlutlons tw lewil paper ad WILL ALSO BOND YOU.