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XXIII. i JUDGE O'REAR ' HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, legislation, Its pVlnolpal agency of in lohby, fluence Is the porfes&Ional knqwn in Kentucky as tho Third Houae. To restore ithe cfiulllbrlum, 1 favor abolishing fcho Third House. If that will not effect tlio desired result, then I would favor an amendment to the' constitution, placLng la theJiands of the people the initiative and referendum In legislation of a general char, acter Involving a settled policy and the recall of (public officials. "For tho same reason, I favor the election cf United States Senators by popular vote. For tho same Teason, among others, I favor tho nomination of all State officers and by all parties by a compulsory primary election only conducted by the Stalp at pu'bllc expense and by public officials Instead of as now, permitted by primaries con ducted by party committees under con dltlons prohibitive of n "poor man's run nnlng for a State office before the pub " T, !, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1911. WKIEIN WOULD No.3r SAVESHIS . MNOUNCES Will Ask Republican Nom- ination for Governor. Strong Declaration of Principles Accompanies Announcement In Card to Public. 7 Hon. E. C. 0'Rear has at last set at neat tho speculation whlchJiasiboen jgolng on for several months with re- $. w v ference to hie candidacy tor Governor. IfM3 issued tho following card, Tuesday. lidding to a great .many solicita trom tions irom itepuuucans unu nearly as imany other votero not Republicans, I announce that I will male the race for Governor tills fall as the nominee of the Republican, party, if such bo tho will of the iparty. "In a repressentatj'jve government, as ours, equal representation Is the tyrst essential. Tlie most powerful branch of State government, ithe legislative Is require iby the constitution to b3 equally.apportlonod, according to population and, territory. That has never bswn itone In this State under tho present constitution. The peoplo of some sections of tho (State are given six times as much ivotlug strength in tie Legislature as others under the the existing apportionment. The disand uncrimination is just, as well as unlawful. "" "I favor Immediate redlstrlctlng of ts the Senatorial and Representative in accordance with the consti tution, (Section 33.) "Nam as never before education and training of youth are necessary if tills State Is to hold its o(wn In comp iftni with other States. We nied better schools, more of them, mo: children in attendance. The high school ..should ibe available to every community, and each county should have at least one modern, efficient, manual training school. "We must EDUCATE, EDUCATE, EDUCATE. "I favor extending suffrage. In school elections to women. "Tax revision Is demanded by the business intorests of the State and should .be accorded. Able annd ipublic spplrited men constituting a tax commission rtiported to thio last Legislature and amendment to the conone proposing stitution, that class of property bo taxed for county puijposea, another for city, and the remainder for State purposes. Whether the plan proffered would 'sustain each department of the government should have Immediate and careful consideration. If 4t would then the amendment ought to ibe submitted to tho people for action. "In the meantime, I think It possi ble under our existing system to read just the burden jot taxation so as to raise all the revenue required at the present rate-"Th-e about one-ha- lf heaviest tax the State now .pays Is In bad roads. I rarfvmflv nil nint ml tfi eood Trf roads amendment to tho constitution. I favor putting It into effect, so that each county may be 'provided with good roads. v - "The regulation of the liquor traffic lias been upon tho .public mind" in Kenbuoky for many years. The com stttution ot 1891 required the Legislature to provide for submitting the question to the people of each community, so that it would ibe possible for each county to voto as an exclusive unit on the question of prohibiting the ealo or liquor. That has never been convplkxl with, exocipt as to countks having cities not larger that the fifth class. It Is a provision for home rlo by popular voto I favor extemUag the statute law bo as to cooiplflf.-wiU.tit cpuftUtutloh for a unlfora eowity unit. J, "Thait s the plank of the last "Republican fctate 'filatiuraii. An amend-iiio- 4ry dls-tfce- , i nt tke ojastltutioiion-thls.sub-Jectot Wuwded. taluw of iwwor between th serve fUlte mi Mmm MMct-tha- t bf tWo wat a,ld lite " rajrid nwimiiiMlo" of wealth awl Its coAeentr.Uoii hy tamrn U e9nWa-ilon- s 'V" , to "ffc b2 loln wd (ho modern isvewttaes of Mle. wleM oh a f 9cu WaaJtiftta 'how wxeretol-nIn ofliBMt tkwi, tW 1WJ. MfMr-fclScave j&ttf&mV le ywr visited .Miss Corlne Tilford (who returned to iBeaver Dam with them on LANGLEY BARELY Sunday afternoon. HE BE PROTECTED? OUT FOR O'REAR Sunday School and Prayer meeting LIFE aro progressing nicely. Rev. A. B. Gardner preached an Col, R. R. Ferry Declares for The'Farnier is Going to Ask This excellent senmon at this place last Sunday evening from John 1:14 on Narrowly Escapes Death. Life Thru The Word. the Appelate Judge for Bcauun ana u mu nave iMr. Chas Stevens, Beaver Dam, was ,M to be Answered. In Sea. Governor. hero a' day or two the last of the week. Mrs. Dr. Oscar Allen is visiting her The Republicans of Kentucky are A man must carry a better head parents at Round Hill, at the pres-en- Leaves Perilous Place on Ship 'Ok to be congratulated on material from than 'we have to fissure out all the ef writing. Only Moment Before Rush Oun traveling salesmen, Mes3Ts. which they will select their candidate fects f rt"cIproclty with Canada," but for Governor. Of the men spoken of our "guess Is that its influence (will Gllstrap, 'Martin and Dunn, have been of Water Comes. as probable candidates there is not In a; measure bo to reduce the cost doing some hustling lately. .Mr. Ney Fo3tr, our Junior editor one but that would makia a good Gov- of living In both countries, that Its ernor, but Iri thinking them over the genera results will be beniiflclal but spent the day In ttols place the 22nd Washington, March, 27 H.ad iRapre1 minds ot the voters will center upon that"ln some special cases- it will In interest of his paper. While hero he sentatlve John W. Langley, of Kenone man as the logical candidate, and result., in a loss of profits. One of stopped with T. Wade Stratton. Call tucky acd Repreajntattve iFrank W. fr he is Ed O'Rear. We think of the these losses will be suffered by live- again. Mondll, of Wyoming, remained on the others in a group, we think of O'Rear stock "raisers. In spite of the iprosent forward deck of the slUnmer "Colon" a Perry B. Tichenor Suicides. as "The iMan." Some of tho (interests 20 per cent, duty, Canada marketed He. monunt Ion? r last Friday, the Wednesday's Owenaboro Inquirer co Hcan mlnorltj-- in tlie House would and pelltlcians with axes to grind will ?S00,00b worth of live stock in tho "I favor taking tho management of a last year, and she a! taints an account of the death of have been shy two more members. l tho State prisons out of polltlcs4m-pravln- g attempt to give reasons .why he should UnitedStat be nominated. It Is said that ready .produces a surplus of $11,000,000 Perry B. Tichenor, under conditions, was the same one which an .both the 'prisons and politics. not annum, with great opportunities which ane very mystierlou3. Mr. Tich to Panama a few weeks ago, "And 1 favor a stringent corrupt tho liquor Interests will oppose him. aer We grant that the lawdtfying eliment to Increase It. That may look good enor was born and reared near Point bearing Senator Bradley, Representapractice act that will safeguard elecwill opposoylilm, and they "will op- to ithetclty toller, but tho Kansas far-m- Pleasant In this county, Whene he re tives, Langley, Thomas and Reuse and tions. "ED C. O'REAR." naturally thinks of his own mar- sided unitll a short time ago, when a party of Kentucky (.wmen, nosed in pose ,any candidate that the Ripub-iicawill nominate on the (pla'tform ket. Fish will also come In free, of ho went to Q.VL'nsboro, where a broth to heavy snas and tar twenity-tfou- r 32,000 Bushels of Corn. that will toe adopted by the State Con- which we buy about $3,000,000 a year er, L. T. Tiichenor also resided. hours was in danger. The iKjrll narHenderson, Ky., March 27. Thiirty-tw- o vention, and their will be no more of Canada, laying from TIchenor's body sas found just ln- - rowly escaped by Langley and iMondell thousand bushels of corn iWere opposition to O'Rear than any other to onecent a pound duty. When the sida of the old Griffin planing mill was met on the return trip fvomther lamded at the L. and N. warfboat. candidatethat twe may place In the bars are dawn, fish will take theiplace Wednesday morning about 0:30 by Isthmus. The NIsbct brought In two barges, field. of much m jat and uggs. Wheat now Luther Ellis, a joung man who was The vessel was round Cape HaUteras; and the Klesher also brought in a O'Rear Is now a judge of our high pays, 23- cents pr bushel. This duty on his way to work. The planing on tho return trip, the same coast pair of barges. It is estimated that est State court. He has done no will but wheat Is a world mill had been abandoned and it is pro where the norther caught the ship gothere are four thousand bags of corn more nor less than construe the law nroduoe and w hat more Canada market bable that his body remained there ing down and gave tho passengers to a barge, (which would make i3,-0- as It Is written, and there 13 not a in thefumtid States mill be that much all night. A three ounce empty vial, such a scare. When another norther bags, and at two bushels to the reputable whiskey man in the State lass to be markettd in 'Liverpool which had contain! carbolic acid, blew up Langley and Mondell made bag, makes thirty-tw- o thousannd bush- but that iwlll admit that he has been where .the .price Is made. A large was found about nrtetn tojt from their may to the forward dieok 9 els. ,The corn Issald to have been fair and just In all of his decisions. amount' of ipoultry and leggs find their where the body lay, and it Ls evident the rolUng seas. As their fury shipped from down on the Wabash. We are in position to know, and do way to the 'American market, and that Tichenor committed suicide. Increased, hqwever, the Congressmen-decide1 ' Before going to Q.vensboro 'h had know that If there should ibe an or this will bj gwatly increased. On the to make for the gangway. Narrowly Escaped Death. ganized efof rt on the part ot the Model other hand it Is proposed to admit free resided with his niece, Miss Pearl They had hardly relinquished ltheir Monday afternoon Mr. J. Ney Fos License League to defeat O'Rear that from tho Domlnnion all rough sawed Tichenor, who was indicted at the hold on an iron rail when the saaster, Junior editor ot The Republican it would lose practically all of the lunrber.'whlch has heretofore paid $1.2 last term of Ohio Circuit Court for crashed against the bar and snapped had a moat remarkable lescape from teupport that now gives It credit and dutyandall other lumber and shingles concealing the birth of a bastard It apart, hurling everything about It death, when Mr. J..CXllec's horse. tespectabillti-- , and we further know have been reduoed. Next to the big child, and Tichenor was also indicted into the sea. Langley and Mondell wry .wagon that for every vote that P'Rear iwpuld trusts7tne Western farmer Is ..probably for aiding and abetting the procuring had escaped by only a few seconds which was hltchd-tb'alda- ll oa rtn i,ppniinf nf his trfVmlrvMTince better.Able to stand for a reduction of an abortion- - Tho understanding Is which fllr. Foster was using tp haul Th ound trip is reported to haver House vtews he would gain two from inde In larirr I'rotectlon thanv any other that Tichenor was charged with be- been o'k. of the roughest ever experisome properties: to f became frlghten-- J pendents that are opposed to license class; "hut when tho direct Protecblon ing the father of the child. This enced by a vessel of the Panama cafor the play is takeifoff his products he will Insist may strengthen the suicide theory. u ,pijue ui invi'vii uiai, u niiuj saloonss An any form. at nal steamship company line. Three to be out Itorms were weathered by the ship, and ran away. We will admit that O'Rear twill be that lsa'isS"" comes off the tilings ho Miss- Tichenor is suppos-Mr. Foster had just seated himself opposed by the Tobacco TrjU3t and buys. No man is going to long re- ot this county at present, and living which was delayed twenty-fohour on the wagon in front of the Opera that it will advance large sums of mon main a very enthusiastic Protectlon- - at Bavler, Ky. In its schedule at both ends. Senator Housa'when the horse became fright- ey to procure his defeat; that It will f 1st when he canriot see wherein Pro on. tho trip down was thrcia-Bradl Mchenry! ened. The animal t turned quickly, through Its agents endeavor to make tection Protects him. W. t Palmer, to the dtfk by the lurch of the ship, March 2S. MrGeorgD Thomas' store but wts only bruised a trifle. throwing him between the (wheels of It appear that ho is In sympathy with In the Hiawatha Kan. World. burned down last Friday nJght bewagon and the heels of Itha ani- the night riders; but all of this will r the of birthday dinner PALO. tween tho hours o one and two mal, and began to run, dragging tho fall flat. Bradley by Gen-- . M. H. ThatJIaieh 27. Health 1s very good at o'clock,. Mr. Thomas was In Louis- cher, of Panama, on O'Rear is a man of the people. He young man past the court house and the sixty-fourville on business at the time. as far as Washington strait, iwlwn Is-- in sympathy with those thatarn this .writing. anniversary of the solon's birth were Farmers are busy preparing for a Mr. and Mrs. Luthur Rains and brought back from Panama ay the horse was stopped by a colored their bread and butter by tho sUvat by children) and Mrs. Nora Fulton, of Coo man. Quite a number of paple saw of their brow but he is not in sym large crop. Miss Rella Lane, one of the Senator's Mr. George Russell and daughter Springs nelghborhpod were the guests the horse running, but did not know pathy with lawlessness of amy kind, secretaries. Tlie Interesting occasion and no acts or words or his during Rosle wjnt to Beaver Dam, last Fri- of Mrs. S. E. BrcM,n Sunday. was on March 18 and at tha subsethere iwas any one under the wagon. day on business. Mr. Stanford Dunn, who lives near quent iei'iptlon which all is. the promiDuring the entire time Mr, Foster hl3 whole llfo Indicates that he Mr. Estill Funk and family, ot Taf- Rochoster, is visiting friends and rela His character is so distinctive that nent citizens were present. Latijr la the .rolns, thus in hsld a firm grip-o- n (with being fy, were the guests of Mr. Alonzo tives here, the week the President of Panama a great measure checking tho horse's he will never be charged Mrs. Beckie McConnnell and little gave the party a dinner. tho candidate of any man, ring, cliquo Bartlett and family last Thursday. speed which no doubt saved his Mr. Lester White, who has been daughter, Geneva, visited Mrs. Ida Miss Lane says that Thatcher met life. He was assisted to Dr. or faction. He combines all ot the working for his grandfather, .Rufus Brown, Thursday. qualities necessary to make a Gover Senator Bradley at tlie pier, and the No Riley's office and examined. Ward, of Fordsvllle, returned homo Mr. and Mrs. Claude Waltiand and Kentucky party were guests at his palbones 'wene found broken, but saveral nor of which every citizen will be Mrs. Manda Waltiand wre the guests ace. Senator Bradley did not fall to proud. He is by far the most avail- last Thursday. large bruises, and cuts had to be dross may Mr. 1. J. Park, of Taffy, was In of Mrs. Lizzie Blackburn Saturday reasure Thatcher that his place was ed. Later he was assisted to his able man that the Republicans evening. organizer he has, no our midst, last Sunday. secure, of which the Governor of Pa homo, and given medical attention. nominate. As an Mrs. I no. Durbln and children, of Mr. and iMr3. Kimble, of Caneyvllle, nama had been doubtful. superior. As a speaker, he has few The only The next day, however he was able Sunnydalc,. visited the former's mothe visited their daughter Mrs. Sudlo real accident of tlie ,trlp, nccordlnig to to walk around and Is getting along jquals. He has the confidence of the Saturday night. Dunn, last Mrs. Jna Maiden, last Miss Lane, happened to Mrs. Langley exceedingly fine considering his ex- people to such a degree that he can Mrs. Nannie Feemster, who has been Mrs. Claude Johnson' was the guest wife of poll more votes than any flher Rethi Representative, who sprain perience. of her mother Mrs. Marlon CMaddox, ed her ankle on the Isthmus, and had publican. He can and will bo elected quite ill, is able to bo out again. Born to the wife of Mr. Charlie Sunday. If he is nominated. It Is for those to be carried to and from the ship on Hogs For Sale. Mrs. Berndce Swain ivlslUd Mrs. the return voyage. reasons, none of them wqr- - WImsatt, the 19th Inst, a boy, chrisand other . One nice Berkshire saw, with nine sonal, that we have .been carrying his tened 'Henry Elmer. Nefn la Jolui!oii Saturday. "The return passage was the worst,'' Mr. Jesse Harris Is on the sick Ml& fine Hampshire iplgs. Sow will wwlgh name at the head of our columns and Grow Johnson visited Miss said Miss Lane, "but Senator Bradley Pigs are four weeks old why we have no second choice In the list. 170 'Pounds. Isabelle Stewart Saturday. was tlie only one in tho party who Mr. Albert Baughn returned to his Mr. and Mrs. Kimble, Mrs jMartha was not sick going or coming. No and nice ones. Price $23.00 for the Governor's race. ' home In Missouri after sever- Phelps, Mrs. Sudle Dunn, Mrs. Ida one was really unconscious as was lot, If taken at once. al weeks visit in this neighborhood. W. S. pEANr Brown and Mrs. Una iMcConiwll were reported ot 'Mrs. Graham Vreeland, Owensboro to Play at Beaver Dundee, iKy. 37tf the guests of Mrs. W. J. Growbargw, but alll tho ladles werw ipretty sick." CROMWELL. Thursday. Tlie Kentucklans of the Jsthimua years March 27.. lust twenty-on- e 111. Robt. J. Barnett Seriously Mr. Roy Stevens mho lias measles, aro all doing well and Gov, ThatchSaturday April 1, Owens ago On naxt great cyclone pass.nl ls soma bettor. the ueniucsy thought this part ot tho State, doing er In particular Is really growing Robt. J Barnett, who was born audi boro Hlgn aouooi anu Mrs. Pearl Raines visited Mrs. stout. play a gaino of Dasceared near Hartford, is very ill ak Somlnarv will much damage. Claude Kitchens, Tuesday, "Ho Is getting humorous, too J ho St. Thomas .Hospital Nashville. He ket ball at Beaver Dam. Mr J AVJ Kahn, Morgantown, was was operand upon there last Saturday told me It I'd stay t litre two months uvvensboro is tho only teaiuthat hore last weelc on business, Prepared for Stock Shipments. he'd find pie a lnisb.md. but for gnH Stones and while he has soida has defeated the W. K. S. boys and Mr. "Mt'iCrowe and Otto Martin Mr. Jain33 N. Chandler, traveling chance for recovery he 'Is still in a this will bo tho hardest fought game wre 22nd on 1 igal Ibusln'flss. flight agent for the Louisville and ator would not give m Itav of dangerous condition. His brother Dr. ot thesuagon. Mr JohntFltenr and family, Company, of Nashvllllo Railroad iMlss Lane believes Neater Harnett of CaneyvlUe . was that Rpmsti-tatlv- e ham, Mrs. Tilford from Sat- - Evansvllle Indiana, was In Hartford, R. V. Thomas, Jr of Ui Third with him during tlu operation. He Is Local Market Prices. unlay until Sunday WVdneiday, giving special attention MiWy a brother of K. P., Victor Q.. And A, Will pay tho following prices un-tl- ll Quit. a.jnjimber atuudod tho wntr-taln- to perfecting arrangements for stock district, was. more soar! than M. Harnett near town. His many one else. nt at this plac Saturday aVjn shJiMUviits from this point Ho In- WVdKKjSday April 5. AfUir this the Green Rluer l&tmougli frlonis and relatives here are ivery Hens per lb . ,..'. j....11o Ingwhtcujwus held for tho Ujneflt of forma us that an. arrangement has for anxious about him. ho said Mr. Thonia did not 05c the SuudayvSchool. We wish to thank bun made w hereby stock shlppjd Old RoosUrs per lb 03c the yoirngjlpeoplu .from Cooper Bohool - 'from Hartford, in carload lots, liv- - return on th Colon, but waited for Young RoosUu".3per. U r tyrtice to Creditors. j lng hore at four o'clook in th , ,.........0oC housi ewn- - the Cristobal, which sailed Inst forthulr hjay Gose pjr lb '" excellent) talent given freely for lng- will reach Loulsvlllo at 5:50 tlu Creditor ' oT the Ohio County Ducks per lb, ,..'., TV llo and Como iwxt mornlug, or If shipped In loU 3:1c the success '"oft u good causi. Bank wllj please come forward, and Turkoys per lb, ..J. M. For Sale. y with as many as six cars, with spi,v..1Uc again. It is iy Es per dosenv..'., settle tter ludebteduoM. ' Miss IIoRriutta TKmt. IWavr'Dum, el iU amiugmeut, will U sent through Five-rooil felie desire bf ever) body No. I Rubber per lb. 'fr$e from purpose cqttago with GtSunrea cloth, naiUand other material 01c; visited lib?, parents" Saturday levelling without a stop. Tho stock pens hero of land, Iil llartford, Ky.. Good outcounseled with the bank to have div.,.02o and Sunday ,','' are In flna cunditlou and the oaltti buildings and, a well of neyoc.-falidend declared to the depoeltors na, No. 2 Rubber "per lb . .Ult Busincswaa llvoly Saturday there have bvKiu arranged for accomodu-tjo'- n lug water. Price $1,100, m psalbla TMa eaiMMtt, be Va S Kubber. liar lb HHHr of s'.oekjnen, so that then is r.....20c being uW,peapl(j in to'wt than for Scrap V" per,cwt, doM vmimi- - creditors of coffage In FOR, SALE Five-rooIron ' , several wews no, reason why Hartford should not Hartford, Ky. Price $530. w4H' Mfat by tueetlux ht fckelr.ll- 1KlKLLlsIUJt . MlBsosJlMtfa Hunley Beaver Dam. IlSlthe shipping point for all of this Af &.'CO Agta., wfr"W. a i .". :rrr. r. r. , 32Uv t . Alma arsAa.-Jlshflt'OliIoauuf3, UAMr:1A.vr Harford, Ky. mi 'fWAK.fPATE,, AMiR.4 ,y EDITOR PERRY COMES .S; nt .Toe-vesseits-wa- en ns one-four- th 00 ... h ' the-Ope- ra ht ur n glvea-Seiiato- th to-d- y, vat y, th-aSe- C ths Gra-uslted- i1 - ....,..., t u," - ..... ' m N ta;kak i I'..' m , -- ffi? ' , -- . . 4t - WMAN SUFFIAK INVESTIGATION MiUt'Myiitt Raited Me From the Grave --mtw This k attrens ttatsHumt to make, but it exactly what Mrs. Thomas Taylor, of Blum, Tcxa, said in expressing her opinion of this remedy. "Dr. Miles Retortire Nerrltw EYES AMD IAJ AM CHINS TltL AMD VOMES s THE HUMAN THORlfS FROM ROSES Look and Gq. Read the Traits of Trimi and Foe by the Way They will. d. Richard Barry Reports Adversely on Western Exper- - iraent. Blue eyes are the weakest Wide opaa eye indloat Mhness. Side glanclus i'e rrmet'fei distrust-e' Jwncat eyea typify modeety. y V tf I 'A. 5 r' a 4. Cyes wkli ion.g, sharp 'sorners are raised me from the grata and I hate Conclusions unfnavorablo to (women In it I can nerer much confidence seen only on those of keen- - dlsccrn- suffrage hava fooen reached by Richard ay enough for your fraud medicine. ; flawy, who has roocotly modo an menL If anyone had offered me f 100.00 for of tho results In Chbao ,.J...'X. .Sj;' .' ' Unsteady eyes lndloates it unsetan the second bottle of Nerrine that I Western States which heuro extended would have said 'no indeed.'" mind. c used I tled CARDS MRS. THOMAS TAYLOR, the fratmohlsa to women. Mr. Barry beIf (tho white of thokye,s-hawt' Blum, Tex. delivered nn address, telling of what neath the Irk, that iWraoa has a ' POST CARDS- 5 ho had found out nt tho rosldonoei of Nervous exhaustion is a com- bad temper. ENVELOPES Miss Mary S. Ames 300 Dartmouth apart' Indicate modern life; Eyes tliat are far mon occurence of street Boston. He said thtat he had The wear and tear on the nervous great Intelligence and tenacious mom-orerul&vonod to make an Impartial InBLOTTERS BILLHEADS any vestigation and eat at tli9 exact facts system is greater now than at time since the world began. For Ears that are fleshy andred show His conclusions are that States hav ing woman suffrage lo not tave bet sleeplessness, poor appetite and that coarseness of nature and. sensuality. PROGRAMS LETTER HEADS : Ears close to the head Indicate reter laws regulating tills ennplaolmiantDf "run down" feeling, nothing'is so finement and suspectlblllty. woman and children ithat juvflnllo good as If the ears stand forward, they decrfma Is not lessened, ibhat the elecSTATEMENT HEADS "SHIPPING TAGS Dr. Miles' Nervine note rapacity and cruelty. tions ana not purified and ittat too ' Long hut small ears indicate ref , Industrial standing of women Is not Your nerves are your life and If close to the head timidity, battered. LABELS CIRCULARS lack of vital energy makes existence Great statesmen great philanthrodelicacy of perception, .p Oklahoma said '.Mr. Barry wlilloh last a misery. Dr. Miles' Nervine will gait, y pists have a loose shambling A thin oar shows delicacy and (poo-trfall defeated a reoman suffrage bill, ' (thinking more of feeling. A thick, ear the re-- which comes from has one of the 'beat child labor laws tone up y6ur nervous system. '. STOCK FORMS BOOKLETS . about others than about themselves. Ask any druggist, if tho first bottlafalls v ci sum In the country .but Mils law was com1 1 to banetit, your money Is returned. ; The (sauntering man is oiot always a piled from the laws of Now York, IlColorless ears show .want .of iwanmth dreamer hut a man with a qulclcac MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. linois,' Massachusetts, Ohio, Wisconsin of temperament v CATALOGUES ORDER BLANKS Uvo ibrain who thinks otuco. And Nebraska States which dottothav Flat-footpeqpla are usually good A pointed chin Is saldvto"be a sign woman suffrage, in Awenroiy States of craftings 'wisdom and. discretion. natured. F.latifootvd g'Irls have a sym whero women do not vote laws (have MORTGAGE BLANKS .DEED BLANKS A sott, fat double oliln' shons sn- - pathetic, lilndly nature, while tho- girl . been .passed limiting tin hours that it a good coat of paint, nnddalt besucHusncss and an Indolent' tempera- with the anchored foot is apt tone women are canployod. In Wyoming, fore At ds too late. selfish. Colorado, Utah and Idaho, wlwe ibaforo you ment. The Mountain of work A flat chin shows a cold, hard naTlie yaciflatlng person wfho ichangos hiavw vnbad for from fonjy-onot- a can aH 1)3 worked off if you justlcee(P iiis mlnd a dozan times a day seta ture. years, no suoli laws arisen a cheery lwant and ptig away. fourteen A retratlng chin Is a sign of silli- an una,en pane. Somatiuws he waJks the statute bookis. Now York, Jlassa- A man wilth ,a largo family can live ness and if the brow Is receding, of at a furious rate which after a time chu&itts, IXOaware, Indiana and other bstiUr on the farm, waora money dwindles down to a saunter. .This is States have laws protest Ire women grows, than in tho o'.ty, whero money Imbecilty. A broad chinned woman. isvfaithful. tho man without, stamina, who works workers which are not found dn the goes. ; A square chin shows a determined J by if its and starts. I suffrage States. Let Us Submit Estimate on Your Next Work. Talio time Xo look into every proSo far as juvenile crime Is donicernject .that is suddenly sprung on you. All Work Guaranteed. ed Mr. Barry found that Colorado, and Life's greatest successes come out of y inbreeding has a poor chance for FAIRVIEW. ,' especially Denver showed an ln- - trtia most canaiul concddoratlon. March 20. Miss Eunice Wilson visit lts'liecrease out of proportion tp that in Xh baby chIck trade has enown wo Can't you fix dt eo that you will ed her Wiier, Mr. Ina Wilson, Oane UenEullyEastern oJitlos. Denver Is tilH3 Homo not ars aS, Pouft- rTwOTt' have rtp buy gardjn stuff (this year Run, Saturday and Sunday." , of Judge Ldndscy, the fathur of tha Of you can. What any farmer men never dreamed of starting a hu- course iuvenllo count-systeIn Denver and can dp! you can. Get right Mlss n mw hun. at it ICansas Ldna Baize ,who arrived fromt s(nf?sa ,n Salt Lake City lie found that work-- I now ivoently for an extended ,vis Qf ,thousanDd3 ot fthese ina0. and make the hast garden In FU-ioning girls mwlvo about the same in town. Surpn'-s- yourself No, 22 and th'a'nelg'h wren aieiaiuves neno is staying wiui cents are annually sur.it out. proportion to what Is jutd to mien for B. Wlls-'her aunt ' iAa I10 .niloilifra ntr ft,ll .nnVI It la bors. the 6ame .work that they do in the Mrs. Alec Gilmoro, and Miss Maude 'advisable time of satting ithenu This Hone is ithe formula for treating East. seed potatoes to pravent scab: Soak Hunt visited Miiss Bessie "Aotann, Tu- - affords the hen a better olilaace to cov Mr. Baro-- studied Colorado .politics op and the whole saed for two hours in a esday aSternooiu the iqsks enonerlv. hrlmt- at closa range in the last Danvr mlxtuireof cae-ha.pint of fonmilin .Messrs Walter Myers, Narrolws, and ing fanth ibetter results. Municipal election, and his conclusion (formaldehyde) and fifteen gallons of Joseph Brawnd, Bawling Green enter- It's all light to have tho ibrood coop, Is .that the dlalms of the suffragists cold wator; dry the seed, out and talned a few ot their friends at the wind-tigbut ntot alr-tlgIt does woBEKfli would punlfy itho electhat plonit in ground that has not rcoent- - home ct Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myers not itak much of a carpenter to .put tions was not lrn3 out. "There wre l)(g3TOiwr.flr potatoes. IB Saiturday night, Those jpresew&,were: a ipane of glass and is bettor if they (. f' '. two qua&ttooB hefana tbo peopl-e- one If you aru planning to grow your Mioses Stella and Peanl Cnumas, (My- niu.it .be shut uii during cold, stormy should the waAar oomppny awn Its owm asaprugus plants, saw ithe s?od rtle Brownd, Edna Baize, Dora Fought, weather. awn plant, or should it .become amunl as soon as tliK ground carfje worked. Maggie, Lorena and Boulah Wilson, When a spell of bad weathor comes clpal plant; itlw othor quD'-lowas Palniu-t,ls a splendid vanloty and yo Bemtla and Anmle Myons, Mdoimes. I. look out for lice. They multiply fast temperance, ohauld Uio town he wot will make 110 mistake In plantincg It. D. Mjvrs, J. S. Hughes, Marj" B. (Wil- when hens and chicks jhajvo 'to be conor dry. A gn:at deal cf money lmd Be f'ure to got seed fitmi a roMable son, Rcbent Myers, Messrs. ) 0. fined to their coops much of fjhetime. liAn contrijbuted by tin wator grawcr. lake 'Slie drills wldj; enough White, J.' S. Hughes, Robert Myers,' Tibeso pests will soon reduce .the vito iubsi'dizc, tf possible, tihe apart to pennit cultilvatlng.wjthahoe J. D. Myers, Walter Myers, Artihur tality of tho liveliest chick ever election. A groat dija'l of inonay was Tlrinrolng the 'plan's to two Inches Joseph and Deck Brownd, Wayaw nd hnfcchdd, so that it will bo in good con contributed by itho liquor inntereats to in the dnUl, and .thorough ahallcw cul Flojd Crumes, Elton and Arn3t' "Wi- dltJion to take gapes or some other subsidize, it nossUIle, itlw tiivoitlon atv niecdrsary ifj aecure strong lson, Emmott Faught, Shelby Mjiers, ailment. Farm Journal. The elcUorato .that was eligible for w 11 roiQttd plarits '' f,t -m rjy Maslwrs John, Robert and .Iyou'Is Hugh Do you know that or all the minor the munldJiral franchise kucdtlon was es, Doe, tteorge, Byron and TiUy Myailments colds or by far Qie most the taximyoru. Sumw'jhlng ovier 70 lior .Journal. ers. dangerous? it is not the cold itcent of tlhtlst oleotanaitd ,was male. Forced to Leave Home. Mrs. Rabocca Hlnes, Hanton .visit self that you need to four, but the 11h3 eluctoratio couioerning tho tamper-anc- e Every year a large number of poor question was about ovianly dllvld-e- sufferers, whose lungs are sore and ed relatlvies In this n'ghborhood last serious diseases' that it often leads that lis, abcut half male and half racked with coughs, nre urged to go woek. to. Most of .those are known as germ Mrs. Mary B. Wilson and Miss Edna diseases. Pneumonia and consumpUp ftcnale. Here aru tfae tvitfto of 'this to another climate. But this Is cost pteotlon: On ,tho tamp.jannico, nues-tlo- n ly and not always sur". There's a Baize visited Mrs. Anna ChrliMain, are among them. Why not take the ivote .In round nuntb-vfor better way. Let Dr. King's New Dis Caivj Run, Saturday. ChambeTlainn's Cough Remedy and the "dry" was 17,000; for the '"wits" covery cure you at home. "It oure1 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Faught vJslted our your cold while you can? For 33,000. Tho "wts" niajonlty wwas 15, me of iung trouble." writes W. R. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hines, lloalno'Sun- - sale by all druggist. rn .000. With tho YoUa halt female and Nelson, of Calamine, Ark., "when all lay-aiSing a Song of Whiskey. Walter Myers, iwiho Is iru school half maU', 4!w ta.loou,keupers 'won else failed and I gailn?d 47 pounds almoit two .to one. On (Oho uiunlalpul In .weight. Its surely the king of all at Narrows vluitied rela'jlws "here Sing a sang of Whiskey, " fnanichisw question in spite of tile cough and lung cures." Thousands from Friday until Sunday. A pocket without penoe; Mls3 Annie Mjvrs v.lsltied Mr.,vMary A purse that's always empty, .expenditure of several hundred thou- owe their lives and health to It. Its sand dollans, tho male electorate lavas positively guaranteed for Coughs, B. Wilson Tluimxdyy night. A head that has 310 sense. Mr. H. C. Truman, Furdyvlllie Is "able to doftfiit the water company, and Colds, LaGrippe, Asthma, Croup all jail binds now Denver owni its owm water Throat and Lung .troubles. 50c and visiting his cousins, Misses Bassle Under lock and key, ?1.00. plant Trial bottle free at oill drug and Ruby Aoton. iV Cunse the drink that cost them ith'.caui-'palg- n gists. im ) Mr. Barny ,was wltli one of Tine bLntihnlh't ot tho fnee. managers on oiw of ,tha sides Mrs. Cook Tells Truth.- THOMAS MONUMENTAL WORKS Jn this election (thoroughly in his New Bride Given Kitchen Shower. Dexter, Ky, In a signed statement When the colls aro opened. promising that h'ls 'confidence, but Drink morte and more; Mrs. Sam Ellis, of the Alexander Mrs. Cook HARTFORD, KY. tells the truth abouLhaw mune should not be and dliat nelghborliood. was given a dellshtful Gardul brought bock hor health' "and A drunkfemd's life behind (them, dithe dttflnftte flgunts ahcatld not be A drunkard's life .before. sunpriso last Friday afternoon, when strength. She says, "I couldjnot vulged, though it was distinctly several of her friends assembled at her get any relief, until I tried Cardul, Tho Brewer In his counitlNghousa for what purposo Mr. Barry home and and gave her a k Hah on the Woiian'a ton la I suffered mqr'e or In oounblng out hte money; Tvas to gat his facts. For tan days shadier. iMrs. Ellis wvts not awiare less for 10 years, and was eo !waak -The Bar-ma- n in his pamlor before tileattan a stream of Women thai', anything unusual ,wa3 to take and nervlous I could hardly domy Is eating a&liens' honiey. d passed in and out of the office, for place, anJ was imslly engaged in the house work. Now I am In hitter get S ram (him gardun 'one single ipunposo-r-t- o when the Crlenus arrived. Quit health than ever before) am regular "While atanvlng Mttilio children, bums of money. The average bum a ilut of useful kitchen W. H. & J. F.GILLESPIE articles .wore as clock work, do not suffer women lean, IRVINGTON, KY. M all, InAnd said hrpken-fcieaRte-and poor, that ho gave tlicoo women was $10. njoelvied by the rasw bride, which were rage Proprietors and gain strength every day." ThousSeveral afternoons Mr. Dairy sat by highly appnaclated: Beg from door to door. Thosa present tills man's eide und saw him pay the were: Mirs. A. M. Domett, Mrs. T. ands of women have been helped'back women these mms uf money, ?10 bills P. Caroau, Mrs. Ed. Uennnebt, Mrs. too health by Cardul. Try It A;3 Sing a song of Wlnkfkety jiometlmcB ?5 hills and occaa'onnlly Clayton Shown, Mrs. Sound lit all tho tkne; Ella Davis, Mrs. The Poultry Yard. jwhien a wamann was a pneclnat cap- W, , Thfe hornld song of whiskey C. Ashley, Mrs. Patior Shciva, Mrs. tain, she gdt $23. Boston Traiuonlpt. A. W. Mllles, Sorro;, tin and prime. This is the month tho turkey, be Mrs. L. E. Ward, Mrs. Evieiryiiody's. gin Joying. 13 years public sales and 2 If you have trouble In getting rid L. F, Wand, Mrs. James Dalrd, Mrs. There b flo better iWiuo than bow to REPAIR WORK Of your cold you may know Hhat you Elmer TInsley, Mrs. Wayne Sterais, years Union Stock Yards exgeese oggs. Sat thein unil5 a are not tmeatlng it property. There Mrs. H. H. Slnnutt, Mrs, WiU! Dela-iw- set OTTOCMAkTI 8. P. McKK,VNKY Mrs. M. W. Barnard, and Misses hen, allowing her five eggs, wihjsara Ja no reason why a cold Hhould hang perience. ' about all she ean convenleatly qm$r. oa for weeks and it will not If you Mary Shawr und Clara and Ethel Some folks are forever idwmtag Jake Charaherlaki's Cough Reaiody. Woub. Spoialty on Full Blooded ahead atid figuring how to makufchWf-en- s For sale by iu John w. SlckeUmlth, GrestsHoro, iay, asdt while they im Fat. Stock. ' Ky. Pa., has three chlldr&i, and U:temat tening atesg with tuelr plana a&& Mg-uGumption om the Farm. children they freueatly (take cold. Ilia htos and their urooF,M Tbo (toad Aa Ww taardBHir's f ricud. "We have ried severl kiada of oough unacted. tgfrb f-y When jyou don't know just what medlelae,'' ha Mys, "hut have. No fowl is so hard to d octoeiMiH Lift, v 1 V CO OO JJO JU UtHl found any H JJUOU .HltKrAHn Stiftwtion that did thm m "Hwh tuHky, A s3ftt of uecass wJ and "rour wif. pood wi CaambalB's Ougrh Rw kffl 11m k avoiding iftbrowil . 'fUyMrlimiM'jreoliZ'.iy klvlag' dy.'' Fef wd by U dMgy& i WMle turlw WILL ALSO BOND YOU. no pay. dlHatd at ft s y. ine-mo- A raBier long but not flat upper lip denotes eloquence. A very long, flat twpa" P, andR straight mouth Is a ekgn. of a low, Vicious character. Whre the (Space between the nose and the red part of lip is short land alianply cut, it indicates refinement, hut not much powers Where this space is unusually short there Is no force of intellect. . Bewaro of tho persons who carries hie krft foot In toward his right when walking. Ho is prohably a kleptomaniac. The man of short, .nervous step is a business .man of energy, and If this stride Js only the knws, ho Is cold arul selfish. A long stride indicates energy, but of an erratic kind. While a good fellow, the man with th.j long stride Is generally unreliable and LET US PRiNTYOU "NOTE'HEADg K r' 7v -- Nil ed wo-m- ea Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable. f THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN o &a e h. y Hartford, Ky. U 1 ht T ; SATISFACTION ? o cam-compa- Jall.-FUr- 2 mHS''" ''ViA'i? d, r. ty ud GILLESPIE BROS. Auctioneer UkCKSMlTHING JFAND W y, Martin & McKenHey Hartford, rg yt General Insurance Prices Reasonable! ki AwiilMt, Slk gukran(iid'pr'ij fir. B. Hirtfacd, - Ky. ;i Horseshoeing' a Specialty. t ' "- r ill i - f UNCLE SA1YI WOULD IMPROVE ROADS : jCrom,wcll ,,,?1-(- J!jPs,r n Mr. Estll ArbucWo of IN DRECKENRIDGE CO. Good Mr. arid Mrs. Sunday. j. j. Stewart visited J,r' Avery Stewart of ay jcallsyour 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, Tvhich shows tin increase of more than Roads Movement is Knue. Started ix.Yj;r Bciiool. ' .Mhw Lorlne Stewart-lef- t Sunday for Lnni w no ns Shu will attend - CASTORIA For Infants and Children. and lead by Father $150,000.00 In One Year m March 7, 1910. RESOURCES. rLofena and Discounts....? ..Overdrafts TJ. S. Bonds and Pre- mluma Y... ' Banking House, FurnI- iture and Fixtures .... Cash .. ,..?69,850:08 Due from ( Banka , ; Mnrch 7,1911. ' ' 764.7C3.71 G40.39 181.14G.53 - RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts ..$ 837.937.3J 708.92 Overdrafts Pre-- f U. S. Bonds and 231,903.91 mlirras Banking Hpus, Furol- - 22,000.00 . turo cxd Fixtures .. Cash v. ,Du foom 'Banks nnd-.y. 20,000.00 ..SMG5.90 ' , l" m andU. S. 7: ' ' 178,150.33 $1,268,702.50 $ 250.000.00 M vV' i Troas. 67,183.03 .157,033.11 .S. Tretis. . 97,684.43- -r . W I ffnsTml iJljKSuTiplus 'f ' f 1,115,583.74 turi. LIABILITIES. LIABILITIES. on nnA ftrt rbnnUnJ KwiV . Fund i'rouiB 5J,UIHU.V1UCU Glroulatlon Deposits .. 2,500,00. Surplus Fund 1,'JlU.o uiiuivjuitu riwuifl 180,000.00 675,107.31 5,500.00 .. .. .'. Circulation Deposits 230,000.00 '"W"'' .. 770,607.82 $1,115,583.74 $1,268,702.50 bor- - can borrow one cent out of that bank. Make the United States National your banking home. It will loan you money or pay interest on time deposits. DIRECTORS. emDloves Cr the bank's rowintr remployess6Ill nf nil too much of are caused bvcapital. NONE in .the of the United States National Bank nA yy T " Vijinlf fnilnrps E. T.Franks, J. W. McCulloch.J. T. Griffith, John Thixton.C. E. Birk, J. J. Sweeney, Lawson Reno, Henry Wile, Qr Arbtaeus Kirk. KENTUCKIAN DON'T' LIKE THE PEN Characterizes His 15 Years' Stay v .( t . t ' as 15 Years in Hell and Will Write a Book About It. "Fif- Charleston, W. Va., March teen years In Hell,", is tho term used by Charts iMorganiftelu, a .Keniluckian, for In describing .his confln-smenyears in in the Vlnglnra penitentiary and1 under that caption: tho exconivlct is writing a .book of the horrors of nrison Ufa and the cruel and unwar ranted punishment inflicted on convicts Morganfield, on crtcihes, cites his awn condition as proof of tho charges ho has mado 'against tha ibarbarous methods Kjmployed In penal Institutions. recently came fPhe convicUauthor to West Virginia from Richmond, Va., wheref ho twvas releapjd from tho Virginia penitentiary three Tnomlhs. ago, after serving a sentence of flftotn years fpr ona of tho most darting train robberies oVer committed in an eastern state.- - Ho was one of a number of bandits convicted of tho. robbjry " of an expavs train on tho Richmond, Fredericksburg 'and Potomac Railroad at Acquia Creek In 1894, when at tho jxulnt of Winch'8tcr3 $180,000 was carried away by thd trajn rotbars. A few days following fh Acquia Crock robbery iMofgantfieid iwas arreted in Cincinnati. Ha had. broken Ids leg whlfa'Uaping from a Pullman car at tho Cincinnati depot and was arrested at a Cincinnati hospital and returned to Richmond, whore, upon tho testimony of'a' confessed rebbx, MorganfkW was convicted ana sentenced to fifteen years confinement In .penitentiary, Mongan- -' tho Virginia field has always stoutly maintained lite Innocence. Sinoo tho expiration of his prison sonttenco Morganfield has stirred tho Old Dominion with his hororwing stories of brutality, and an official ln-- " Meetdgationni baa been started. "It may bd truly said, " said Morgan fiedd, "that I spent 15 years in hell, aad tie horrors of pnteon life that I &we undergone have loft me a ihysi-o- al iwwjolu Not .a tw raurdtws have eaaitted' in the lUchmond nrteoa'and of these orueltl8 i to wlte.. Uioni my release from ' the iwtltaitUm I inforrned the officiate tbat 1 Jntedd to eatpose their methods, wid acting upon my statanwto. GeweMMr Mann has aa tevatUgaMom.' 29. if I y- VT '-"- i shed Ropublicans. are not da harmony with the nriniciple3 of the Republican party, as I understand them; and I want to say frankly that if thesapro-vision- s had been embodied dn the Payne Tariff bill I would hove votid i against it. Furthermore, I do not believo that with these provisions In it the bill could have passed this House. Mr. Langley is right la both propositions. The proposed agneement is so far out of harmony with Republican pitffrcJplo and' policy, so completely as a negation and-- roversal o Republican principle and .policy, that t was adopted by the Democratic iHous-caucus as a Democratic measure and supported as such .by tho solid Democratic vote. But, io go farther back, let us ask, in all candor, what earthjly chance would the Tarlfi bill of 1909 have had elthir to the House or in tho Senate, if it had embodied tho provisions of the Canadian agnoement bill? The anqwer is plain and indisputable, libe bill would have been dofea&d. The entire Republican vote would have been cast against It, excepting, iperbaips tho votes of one Niaw England Senator and half a dozen mostly from Massa ropresentailTOS, chusetts. BvieTy "Progressive," every Insurgait wouH hao voted against it. Many Sonthtfrn Uomocrats would have voksd against it. This bvJcs the case, how has it ,happened thattanieasuriaso jnonstrous- ly untRtjpubllcan, so entirely subver sive Ml Rmpoiblican doctrine and policy, should haive ib'aen thnust upon the Slxty-WrCongress as a Republican party could be so blind to his party's liitKHvatsaEdED recreant) to his party's of faith as to call "an extra Democrats" to put through the obnoxious echumo? There is no truth in the answer that public sjntlment has undergone a, swift change from tho Protection in tb.3 Tariff of August, 1909, to tho Frew-Train tho Canadian agnetimsnt bill of January, 1911. No such chango has occurred. (Outside of a MnallNow England action nobody was tli'inlt'ing about a reciprocity bargain with Canada, nobody wanted it. Always, of course excxipting President) fraft, the man who shculd have been tho last one to inaugurate a policy sofulsoto and so destructive of paiyy party solidarity. a Fnoe-iTraxle st in At tho tilla ' of McQuady, Breckcnridgtf county Micro Is a good roads movement which scorn a eminent ly worthy of commendation At Is located a handsome Catholic church, known as St. .Mary's Catho; He church In tho Woods. Father Knue, tho priest In charge, necognlzs thofaot that a church is badly hundl-cape- d when there are no Improved roads leading to it. During the ,win-te- r, suferq particularly, attendanoe greatly hy ixsu'on of i oor faclllttes for traveling. Father Knue has s't himst-l- f at work to amelloarto conditions. iWith batter roads he believes his congregations mould be in a more eplrltual frame of mlr.d, monj receptive and more reachable. Therefore he is Jaad-In- g a movement to build rook reads to the north, south, east and iwest; of the village. To begin with .ho called a mass msetlng of" the farmers ' of tho vicinity and explained his plans. They liked the program as laid dqwn. by, Father Knue, ami they are going to carry 1t out. They are'to build half a mile of rock road on iach of tho four highways leading out of the town. There Is nlenty of mateTlal in the surrounding hills, and they are digging It out and hauling it and putting it where it will do the most good. effort entirely It is a and the county is not being asked to bar any iliaree of tha expense. It would be no more than fair that the county should help in the work, but Inasmuch as the county has not seen proper to do anything heretcfore the McQuady people ana helping themselves which is no bad plan after all. No village ought to ba content to remain in tho mud, and there are a lo.t of villages In Kentucky that need some leadership and Initiation of the sort that Father Knue has shown- - at dy road-imaik-I- C w- ttanney. and T. C HoseyjAtUTi(ld tho Mnsonic Lodgo at G1?!UP1, Sa unIay night; ,SoMio on brokw out nearly all th- window lights of Oak Orovo School hous? one night last week. 'Mr.' Wluson' Smith is at McIIonry doing sonio carpentry work. .Mr. L" Watt of iCxoniwcil and MlMjiDona Daugherty of Flint Springs Wiojejmarrleil at the home or the bride lasWThureday. Rev. Snodgrnss officiating. .May they have a happy and prosperous life. 'Mies Claudlo James and Miss Corino Tllfond of Cromwell were in tiian Monday shopping. . 'Mr,4 Charity Rogers and family of Cromwdl visited Mr. Itcgere motlwr noarUJalzptuwn Monday. 'Mirs l.oertta Hosey visited the family of Mr. S. S. Raferty from Saturday until Monday. .Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Stewart visit d relatives noar Fordsvillo from Saturday until (Monday. Rev. Ulrch Shields of Beaver Dam preached at Oak Groves Sunday night. " J",rs' The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL i3 3 PER CENT. J - slmifaifng ihcFoodantlReduIallnrjuic Stomachs ondBcwcis of wciaoiemparationrorAs. Bears the Signature of PromolcsDigcslionIfffuI-ncs- s and RestContalns ncithtr Opium.Morphinc norWiacral. AAlf Y lit Not Narcotic. JiciyJcm Sad' Jt!xaen , MrproCJMClMZUIHm ltttadeaattSila HimScfd' tunajroiimr. Aperfect Remedy forCoiBfipa-- : tion , aour aionucii.iJiaiiiiwa Yvorras.lom'uisions.tcvcnsn-ncss T Alt Use For Over andLoss or Sleep. Signature of Saved Her Own Life. JfceSimile ; "Lebanon Jet, Ky. Mrs. Minnie Lamb, of tills place, says, "I beliovo I would havebeen dead before now, had Ifnot been for Cardul. J haven't had ono of those bad spellsslnce I commenced to use your medicine." Cardul is a specific medicine for the Ills that women suffer. Cardul Is made from harmless vegetable in- redients. It is a safe, reliablo medi cine, successfully used by suffer- insywomen for more .than fifty years. Try it for sale at all drug gists. A2 to-d- ' NEW YOBKj 'Guaranteed under ihe vi THl C(NTUH COMP.NT. Exact Copy of Wrapper. f fO CITt. Have Been Married 60 Years. .Wingo, Ky., March 30. iMr. and Mrs. John Chandler Sr. of this place are on of the oldest married couples In Graves County and have lived all of, their married life within the bounds of thu county. Notwithstanding their advanced age both are hale and hearty and a more cheerful, good matured couple you will neVt.r meet. Recently Mr. and Mrs. Chandler celebrated their sixtieth .wedding anniversary. Sixty years Is a long time for a couple tD live together, but both of , these old people seem to bo happily contented and are ouita as fond ofTaHT'other as they wereslxty yvars ago. Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers' search of Patent Office records. Our Air. Greeley was formerly. Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such had full charge of the U. S. Patent Office. Dook on patents. "Hints to inventors." "Inventions needed." "Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model for McQuady. Cleanliness is next to godliness, and dirt roads are anything but cleanly. That being true, it Is entirety proper that the men who preach should lend their aid to the campaign for better roads. Father Knue is setting anex-celaexample. CourletJournal. GREELEY &M?INTIRE INCORPORATED nt No Need to Stop Work. WASHINGTON, X). C. akuji When your doctor orders you to stop work, it staggers you. "1 can't" you say. You know you are weak, n and falling in health, day by day, but you must work as long as you can stand. What you need is Electric Bitters to give tone. strength, and vigor to your system, to prevent breakdown and 'build you ,up. Don't be weak, sickly or ailing when Electric Bitters will benefit you from the first dose. Thousands bless ithem for their glorious health and strength Try them. Every battle is (guaranteed to satisfy. Only C0c at all drugm gists, run-dow- CASTOR I A for Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Signature ofWfe ' 23.--Jo- hn i I BUCKBEE'S BULBS' ' BULBS SUCCEED! - To Visit Dawson Springs. Hopklnsvllle, Ky., .March Markham, the aged brick mason and I ' (JITAltANTlDTOPLnAPn Paper MeatJon this Write Confederate .veteran of this city, SEND nd CENT8 I (iMtfMtaBdpklBf 35 wW (MtTt)ubl cllMtlo who recently made the happy dlscov- - I iiHHviiifu, aatrKtiB( ITXtr!". Mf n situ UKta M4 I B)) cry that his long lost "baby brothr" I BaHUIU UOmu, iraiM u rtuu. WH W HW IH Mil trlUi r fanOTW, wmnnu ixiiiDMi ii IB OOIMWBOrmcn was President Charles H. Markham ia i7l( ti.i)nHiiiiiii wpnii noruvviwr iibh t,oitcttio VtBTwwaiJonKa luupswi Big Tobacco Deal. -- . k of tM nu dub uoim uwona iww, of the Illinois Central railroad, has .. Twra rmnw itrv em Ben Clarkson, of Big Springs, Ky., laid asid3 his trowel LH. W. BCCXCeS BOCKTOU), ILL. and will spend bought two 'million pounds of toibacco tin summer at Dawson Springs, the! last week from the Farmers Union, of will known Kentucky watering to- - j y county. Brechlnridge Tha Burl-sort. Tho Markhams had a reunion a ' brought from one to nine. Tho en- fe,w days ago at Memphis. tire pool averaged slightly more than six cents a pound, making tho total consideration foot up to $120,000. This Is one of the largest deals ever made in tobacco in this section. to-dOI tltUDM 1NU nurnqcw . M.tiM. .t.H.le UjMUtfa, FhUii Jlrft- UhUf i iwu. fiMflU.Isl.eMiiWb irii.tkltUa. CirtiU. I ftAtiBalu. famittO. CwwiXtUnaMt . iMBtt, Wffrdl). nlMua, Suvta TOrr,nnt Talrp, TWrUd f Porte Zn I TolUr Tslln. OsUj. rmO. JUomo al Dutefa IIiMUtb. J ika ullvaTuc r Mad to build Xcw nunlnesA. A ' tricl wlllmakn tou a remuinent cus tnmor. HAtisf action, sn&ranteed or tout moner refunded. 'e ..x. rii.rMittCbctoBunxi&rettOUUVCUII I.U11CI.UWUJL1 " SPECIAL OFFER: iji ave Money and Keep in Style by Reading McCall's Magazine and Using McCall Patterns Ladies! McCtlTi MSCAILS HAWZIHE liclp you dtcui strl-hli- ly al a moderato rxpcnMiky koeplnc tou pnsloil on tho IaU'H fashions In dotbos miU Lais. CO .Now Kaslilou Deslcns In cncli issue. Also mluaUlu luformaUou mi r. II lionio anil icr- Onlf wnal Innuers. Wc a far Includlne n froo pnKcrn. Sub-mtiI-ik today or send for froo sjmplo copr. MniUwlll MtC.II r.iicrnt will cnabloyon tomokeln your own homo, wltlnuurmui liamls cluililncfor yourself and clnldrin wlilili will liopcrlcct lu stylo and lit Trio imno lilnher tlian 15 cents Send for free I'auirn Caialnsuc. 5 We Wul Gie Voo Fine PrtrenH for cetllnc full crlptioniniiionKMurlrli'iul3. bund for frco rromium CaialoRuu and ( asli I'nzo Oircr. THE McUU COMPANY. 233 to 249 Wl 37ia St. NEW YORK IK VYYYYYYYYY Your Office Afraid to Stay Alone. this place says, "I was stay by myself. I had nearly all the time; my heart Tvould palpitate, and my vitality was very low. When I would Ho down, at night, I had no hope of living until day. I tried Cardul, and now I feel better than I have for 5 years. I cannot praise Cardul enough for what it did." Are you a woman? Do you ncod a tonic? Try Cardul, tli woman's ionic. Your druggist soil it. Al Cherry Moore of afraid to headache Valley, Ark. Mrs. Oarrio H H Stationery IMMiiMMMMWi - SELECT. iSlr. J. J. Stewart was in March LouUvlllo Jast week liuyln bls'Spring 23. r r Y Y Y Y Commercial Forms, Etc. Have you a good supply on hand, or isn't it about time to take your next order to the printer? Look, now, and see if it isn't time to get a new supply of Letter Heads, Envelopes, Statements or Bill Heads, and if you are short on anything, send an order to The Republican. If you have used printed matter doneiy us, you naturally will come here when you have need for anything in our line, and there's a reason. If you have never had The Republican do the work, suppose you get in the habit. Wo do.the satisfactory kind of printing and binding. No Job is ever delivered in a shoddy, careless 'manner. At The Republican office you get real satisfaction, and pay no more 'for the worK nun." man you uu eircwuere. A representative will call upon you if you call the office by 'phone or drop us a card. H ba bar-luu-o- ue The answer then must be that tho Canadian agreement blunder is the polities," thoklnr product of 'oae-ima-n of o)Me that Rooseyelt doveloned into wb& he ibuUdozed CoogneM ee&eurreneo'in the Cuban treaty, and Ht or-dr- 4d a half Mrs later, h snapped hla flag in tiw lace of Congress ami foisted upon the country the outMgeous TaiiMf yr b1 h f A rr4ct f fM-Mt- i raiticf." "Oi imbi OwttMRy. gMBMtBt 'with eMttes" was haMded dowa la. Mb ffXMKh of KAmuu-txwitteR to the CawwHajn werfb of ibought TJw tfcnugti arHBt wWek 14. Imoi)- -' ht JlevH pMk" taMr oI mvlQ8 a (rw (wm of by Is ea al- - 1m tWte mM nhwwaiiusi bow yWeU- - irm, ig rgntty a XhmAKcmi PrcsMeilt, In annwsfc- - Hat tkl watik. Kt'MibllwMt peJky of t Mr. . iA. 3.mm ip his suroaasor, ghattey (h Republi-w- u aad haapt up 'bualit (while "One-bm- m goods. r Jlre. Eva Keawn Js vlsltkig iho family of Mr. J. W. Keawn of Oen,tral City thla weak. Meara. d. K. Arbuckle of Contral City and J. 8. Arliuriela of Ikaver Dam visited their iHotbw .Mrs. lAlloe ATbuekle Sunday. Mr. aBd Mrs. K. 3. Jloward of noar Crorawiall vMtd Mr. illowards $arnta Mr, and Mrs. KM Howard Sunday. K4BWR U vl siting his Mr. F. It. family at CtMl Wr tbU mt AuHt Mangarct & lak w-t- a b W hxm to wKwhIbc wlfch 1m ike taw Mr. al Mm W. i C. Artkl vWlt- - rtj -- : A m Statement From Mr. Butler and Mr. Bond . , .. .. ... .,. , To the Stockholders and Depositors of tho Bank of Canoyville: bank at the close of the year 1010. You already know what a gratifying statement the cashier made you on' January 1, as to the excellent and prosperous, condition of your ' Itf'was so gratifying to your Board of Directors that they made a epeciaftrequeat of tho Secretary of State to send his Chief Supervisor of Banks down here, to go through the "books and have record made in the Stato Department as to the Tiank'sNoondition and the manner in which its affairs are conducted. In response to, that request, the Chief Supervisor was sent here on Thursday; February 23, and in thV presence of the undersigned, made a most thorough examination of ' , 'V'' ' 'the books, verifying every item in tho cashier's official statement. ' Mt to us and said: On completing his work he turned 0 , '' & "Gentlemen, it is certainly a pleasure to examine a good bank likefthis. Yours is one of the best of the many good banks in the state and your bookkeep- ingisthebestthatl have seen. You will always have a successful-- ; bank so long as you conduct it on the same conservative lines you have followed in the past. Your notes are so well secured and distributed that it would be almost impossible for you to sustain any large loss If I had any money to deposit, I would as soon have it in tho Bank of Caneyville as any bank I know of. With your resources and your system, I see no way a depositor could possibly lose a cent." , ' " ' I you will share with us in our gratification over its And ho is right. Your bank is one of the strongest financial institutions for its size in the state and we know-th- at business-lik- e and confervative way it is being conducted. and the many good things the Supervisor had to say about it and the As you know, the bank is conducted under state supervision and the books are examined twice a year by the special examiner as well as by the Board of Directors, in ' ZftMy .. order that your interests may be thoroughly safeguarded in every particular success, you know, is your success. Every good word you spel&ffor your bank and every dollar or bitNf business you turn its way,"tend to malce iv all the The bank's " ' ' . ,,. stronger and a greater power for good in the community. Vnnr nfiimals imnreciate vour lovaltv and confidence which have greatly helped them to build up so strong a financial institution in this section of the state.submitted, M. BOND, President, BUTLER, Vice President. fip. - fRespectfulty " UL was adopted by the last Republican State Convention, and for which the Republicans In the stato legislature Kntored according to low nt the I'octotflce contended during tho entire session, Hartford, Ky., a mall matter of the second but iwhich was blocked .by the DemoClBM, crats In the Senate. We think It Indeed fortunate for the iparty that M. BARNETT C. ..Cdltors and Proprietors Judge O'Rear has consented to make JJ. NEY FOSTER tho race and we feel that .the almost to unanimous demand for his nominacommunications Address all tion by tho rank and fiflo of the The Hartford Republican. party should give him a clear ifield. Av Hartford Republican. Baptist Church-- M fi at Six ,throughbrods were bought Warrenton, Va., .March 22. They were taken to fcwrt Myer, near Washington PIUDAY, MARCH 31. D. C. .where they will he held at the Olymaia London, In June, as ths ANNOUNCEMENT. of the War Department. Five "We are authorized to announce Hon more mounts are to be purchased for candidate for W. S. Dean a exto the office of Representative the use of army officers in the Assembly of Ken- hibition. . For the six hors.s $10,500 t la the next General tucky, subject to the action of the was paid. Republican party. Notice. The Board of .Trustees of Hartford College will elect teachers for tho What Is the us9? Why not make ensuing year, on Monday, April 10th., It unanimous for O'Rear? Sweet Clover Seed: 1911 at 1 p. hi. The list of teachers For April and May sowing. Hay, Every agriculturist paper In the to .be elected and salary attached Is 1st- - and 2nd. Grades, pasture and fertilizer. Circular and Btate of Ohio la lighting the Cana-t.d!a- n as follows: 150.00 Her mionUi; 3rd and 1th, Grades prices; Bokhara Seed Co., Falmouth, Jitclproclty treaty. ?o0.00 pertraonth; Gth, and Cth Grades Ky., 3it4. After all It s.iTns that woman suf- $55.00 per month; 7th, and Sth, Grades frage Is not ccmiing aip to expecta- $05.00 per month; length of school 9 Notice to Creditors of The Ohio tions In the (Western states. months. Those desiring to apply for County Bank. apNotice to the creditors of tiho Ohio WhaTls the difference positions will please file written Conundrum: plication, together with such County Bank la hmebv cilwm thai. 1 between the editor of the Louisville mendations as desired, with the Sec-'- jj oa ihe 10Ux y of April) 1911i .any other Democrat? Hrald and netary of the Board on or beforo said reoelvo lce o ohio Cbun at The .Democratic Chorus: "Please. date. J. S. GLENN, Ch'm'n. 'ity tj.-- v .., nm, ,. ih u V i,m! HOM"WV Mr. Committeemen, give us a W. S. TINSLDV, Sec. 37t2 Ohio County Bank properly verified vention and a platform on iwhich to for payment Notice. stand." 34t4 A. E. PATE, Assignee. Anyone having claims against the While Consrestmam James Is Maddox, dcoasod, estate of rhomas Jng the extra s ssion at Washington should file same with me, property vthl summer, Beckham proven on or bjforo .May 1, 1911, or .topes to sJ'.zu that senatorial plum. they will 'be forever barred. SANDERFUR & CO., A. M. SMITH, Admr. Only a tew more days until Pres'McHenry Ky. Friday Mar. 31, Saturday Apr. 1. ident Taft 'will have tho iDompcratlc team of wild horsvs on his hands. Rev. Virgil Elgin announces regular $5.50 Eureka Flour We trust he will h& thoroughly sat- services at the Methodist Ohuroh next Lilly Flour $5.00 s. isfied with them. Sunday morning and evening. Best Granulated Sugar $1.33 $6.00 ' It is pivtty well concern among For an evening's pleasant lenitierjtaln- - 1 s.Can Pure Hog Lard $1.40 Pure og Laid spa tha homo talent play at the . Demoorats Ikto that McCreary will, ment s. C. P. Lard'. $1.20 he deftattd (by a Republican If lie Opera House s. Navy Beans- ...50c songs Latjr, McL'reary's Special music and the 'Is nominated. 15c per 11). .nomination 'is also conceded. will 19 given at tho Op?ra Housn to- Bacon by the Side 75c ,iper bu. Meal night by the Home Talent Players. We hope that the owners of tho Evaporated Peaches ........ 25c Ohio County fair grounds give Don't miss it. 1G3 per lb. Country Ham .... , .us a good old fashioned country fair "The FaeVat the Window" ds an Pure Brand Feed ....$1.40 per. '100 igl.SO. thl year. It was very much missed interesting drama in. '.hreo acts, and Salt you can't afford to mis3 It lUMillght 7 last year. Cakes Lenox Soap ,...23c at the Opera. Housa. General admis- 1 gallon Syrup , .35c That Now York Janitor who assault-4-d sion 25 cents; children under twelve 23c Flake Hominy nrookcr Washington is almost as ID cents; reserved seats 35 oants. as a night rider. Would it not Seats on salo at Ohio County Drug SANDERFUR & COMPANY, tad jfbe well to have a f(W' magazine ar- Company's. Hartford, Kentucky. ticles with Illustrations tetc, concern-'in- g tho Incident? Rtt'u.rfe. sai-wr..- War Department Buys Horses. ,22. jn-trJ- es Prof. Flelden, who is conducting the singififc school, will meet his class this evening at 7:30 o'clock, Saturday evening at tho same hour and Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Sunday School session Sunday morn lng at 9:45 o'clock. . Morning worship at 11 o'clock and evening worship at 7:30 o'clock." B. Y. P .U. meeting In the Baraca room Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock. The cornUst In tho Baraca Class ended Sunday with 41 in' the class. Much Inntenest had been arousSi.fd In the contest and the class is greatly benefited. Side No. 2, Dr. H'. J. Ball, captain, was winner byD5 scones. The defeated side, of which Mr. Emory Schroetar was captain, will "honor the .winners with a banquet or In some other suitable way. There was an effort miade to get a picture of the r, large class It failed. This, will he done next, .Sunday, at which time a full attendance is how-ove- Specials for - ... 25-lb- 10-lb- -- 10-lb- latt 10-lb- 'T'S going to be more worth your while than ever this season to know what we've done for, you in the way of a nobby, stylish Suit) for spring. We have made great provisions in the matters of I $ k tWfL New Fabrics, New Models, New Patterns and Colors. We have a fine assortment of the best new things for you. fcWe really wa'nt you to see them as early asNyou can. You can't go .'wrong in the matter of getting the right clothes if you follow our directions. We won't let you go wrong if you leave'it 10 lis. We'll fit Can It b3 jx)S3lblethat the multi- inllllonalw, John C. .Mayo has a '.mortgage on the .Democratic jmrty In Kentucky? Perish the thought. fThe k ftftftAAftftftftftAA-l4ftftftA- - Dasnocratlc party of (Kentucky has .posed as llw mllllonaira killer. al-'w- Jones Brand! PURE ANIMAL MATTER MANUFACTURED BY . you, satisfy you and charge you the right price. 5 the Home of i-- Thi$' Store is v ;, , 'nominate Consne&man Camiibell Ho Is tha only man among who would stand any show in it tae DemocratiT imljy" iwant to jwrainate sjcneoue who would appeal to the ipeaple and stand some sliiaw of election this fall, why don't tlwy Can-.trll- L FERTILIZERS Jones Fertilizer FOR SALE BY ,mJi '4mrace lw . wlth. O'Rear. e EliJ.h.-r- In this Iwue .will be VC0.; host your money will buy. You gain that fullest extent by trading at this store. Barnes Special Suits $750 to $20. Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes tj.it 18 to $30. . ." ' We knowyob wsnt $he advanU"'1b' the , - r Mttttunont of hU ixwltlon upon thq j J: i upgrtonc which are likely to figure. ! J Tfeey are clear and , 1m Vk ( yolttt- Thy ro Aweh aa can hcii T2 rt. i-- j.. by overy Republican Jn ;the WK iUC ilUVHbC MU . a tle coiiHty--' "1 Hf patt loal oiikm law M,mas the anuounocment of Judo B. C. O'Rear, as a candidate for thoRt- -l IWean nosnlnaUn, for governor of 'Xfttweky. His card contains a brief t found LOUISVILLE, KY. n iW kW eHain. tMM-ltki- W. E. a Jtm"V ELLIS, orronnn m -- E. P. Barnes BEAVER DAM, t 6k. U Bros., KY. V wi r-r lt)w lfVVWVVVVVVVVVVWVVVVVVV . ixl - irr TI tm-- ir" '.s-imtis- "& tMf - 'll TJw Cheapest Place of Earth to buy aJTSinds of Seeds. The OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY CP. FIUDAY, MARCH 31. , Hartford, Ky. We buy grocorresiTsmall you will always find Oanbon typewriter paer foi'lo at our atook nice, clean and fresh. 34tf. Tlie Republican office. W. II. MOORE3 & SON. We aro receiving mew spring goods Ae have Just opened up a big as CARSON' & CO. evy day. sortrnen of men's and ladies OxAt ford Carnations In various colors. and Shoos, also a fJno lot of Tho Ohio County Drug Co. spring Cloth 112 and r)ivw floods. Wo for your ,:f&' business CARSON & CO. Healthr-Oh- lo County Drug Co. toral design book or F. Walker Flowers and Flower Pots for sale by aiMCo., of Louisville, and can B. T. Williams, Hartford, Ky. SGtf. designs for funerals anil "of Nficreek, special occasions. Mr. P. was a pleasant caller, Wednesday. E. T. WILLIAMS. it!' 36 tf Hnrlford, Ky. Rev. Q. J. Ucan, who has been HI WANTED FOR U. S. ARJIV: for soma time. Is but little betttr. unmarried men, boUween ages JoWl Call W. II. arid Greens. Moore & Son for Jowl Phone No. 47. of18"nnd 35; dtizend of United States Just recohed" another brvrrel of of good character and tomperaito habits,' ywho can Bpeak road and wrlto Jumbo PIckels. tieEngllsh language. For InformaW. H. MOORE & SON. tion apply to Recruiting Officer, Main eed Oats street, Best Northern-Wfiltb-S28 If. Beaver Dam, Ky. 50 cents per bushel. small blazo at Mr. Dam ivinge 32tf Hartford Mill Co. fesldenc" yesterday afternoon caused MIs3 Culllo Alorrlse, of CromwellVmv town excitement Jn until has enntered school at Hartfond Col I it was found that the blazo was lege. extinguished in a few moments. nW Miss Mildred Elgin spent Saturday discovered in- the warditJbo and Sunday with friends in Boaver near' tho fine-- place, But Httl'j dam- Dam. ago was done. "Hartfond, tho town to trade in- m Alfalfa Club has Uewn organizeM The Ohio County Drug Co., the placj edfat MadUonvIlle, with Judge J. 0. o trade." t, , B.. Hall as President. An' oritaniza- AIIss Lorlne Stewart, of Select, hai of this kind is calculated to do f entered West Kentucky Seminary much good In the way of calling th Roaver Dam. attention of thy (armors to tha imporMr. and Mrs. C. P. Keown visited tance of this valuable product of the Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. Keown, ol Beavor soil and the farmers of Ohio County would do well to form a simullar orDam, Sunday. personns owiYig me will please ganization. All FOR SALE Farm on Rough river, call and make settlement. 5 miles North of Hartford, Ky. This E. W. FORD, M. D. 33tf. We are prepared to show you lots farm contains 210 acres. Will sell all or divide to suit purchastT. Has of new merchandise for spring. seyen-roodwelling in good repair, CARSON & CO. fine barn, good orchard, plenty of lanT Fresh and cured Homo made water and a fine lot of saw log tlm-be- r. meats, nice country liams. Price $2,400. W. H. MOORE & SON. A. C. YEISER, & CO. 4? Mrs. E. W. Ford, who. has bm .. 32tf Hartford, Ky. quite 111 for several days, was report.A basket ball team has been ored bett-.r- , yes'erelay. ganized by some of our busless men Mr, E. O. Thomas, of Memphis, and th y have played two games T?nn is the guest of his brother, with th college team, each tlmi Mr. J. A. Thomas, for a ftw days. fi miinning by a score of 4 to Mr. .Henry Nail has rvturnod from In favor of the BubiiKs Men. Those Hot Springs Ark., whne- he has composing the team ar: J. C. Her, for his health for several weeks. Joe Millar, Dr. H. J. Bell, Clarence Wo are headquarters for Seed Po- Casebrer, Estill Park, with John T. Mooi as substitute. Col. X'. iM. Hartatoes, prices tho lowest. 3Ctf SCHROADER'S CASH GROCERY nett has ibiai ekcttd as captain of Take your produce of all kinds to the Uusin ss Men's team, and some Schroadex's Grcaery and get .fch.e.'Mgh-e- st roaljfun Is expected in future gamvs. Mrs. Marie Catherine Lauterwasser 36tf. market prices for lit FOR SALE 3 new Standard Sew- dM at the home of her son Mr. R. ing Machines, will sell cheap, X. U. D. Lauterwasscr, of East Hartford, Schroader Grocer Hartford, Ky. 3Ctf. yesterday morning at 1:30. Shu was also the mother of Mr. Fred Lauter-wasse- r, County Attorney C. iE. Smith Lift and a sister of Mr. Fred Woer yesterday for iwhero he ner both of this city. She also leaves went to look after somw legal mata daughter at Louisville and two ters, i sons at Tell City, Ind. Tho deceased Mr. Clarence Russtll, of Daviess has been ill for about five1 years and county, who Tcsidd here saviaral was S3 years old. The remains .will years, ago visited friends in this city be taken from this city this morn, this week. ing on tho M. H. and E. to Canelton, Tho Calhoun Conudy Company held) Ind., where the interment will takj the boards at Dr. Bsan's Opera Houss place Saturday afternoon. A fair sized audienos gn&iteid thttn in their production,, "Uncle Rube." Tha .wise Advertisier jilaces his advertising im Tho Hartford Republican and sees toetfore many suns hivo sitj ' that his ads, ane .bnlnglng results. Dr. E. 'w."Ford and Mr. W. M. ' Fair attended tho sassion c( tho reg- ular meeting of tho Baptist Sunday School Board of Ohio county at Rock-- 1 port, Tuesday. Mrs. R. C." Smith, of ForJsmllte, Mrs. J. A. Duff and --Master Griffith Mitchell, of Dundee, spoilt a fow days ' the guana of Mr. aud Mrs. By- ron Bean, of East Hartford. Miss Irene MlUtrTwh was callied home on tha account of tho illness and death of her father, Dr. J. T. Miller has returned to Caddo, Okla., "The real egg mawhena sho is teaching school. Hartford Republican - .SSSCVS)$Sra&Q You Can Come any Day Now for Your A iiyiiirineryflpeningji ; & 2 qujintl-tijr.thcrcfa- re SPRING APPAREL HmmMm are ready as never before, and there is no need for further delay. In choosiner the new things for Easter, be one of the first of the fashion leaders. Don't be a back number. We 1 i hb Wein LmillineryJ ' ? , Able-bodd- ed S i ? A, s THE THE THE THE THE NEW SNAPPY DRESS GOODS NEW SNAPPY CLOTHING NEW SNAPPY SHOES NEW SNAPPY SHIRTS NEW SNAPPY NECKWEAR . p We V roas 2 i l request the honor of your ence at our ANNUAL SPRING NERY OPENING ? presMILLI- 2 i Await vour insnfir.tinn. T.afpct farlc lufocf ideas. When thinking of GOOD CLOTHES, iiuuu attuno, or UKliSS GOODS, a man or lady must always think.of us first. There is a reason for this; it's not an accident. It is the result of our long and close hunt for Saturday, April 1st 1911. At this time it will afford our salesladies much pleasure to show you the latest creations in Spring Millinery, also the completest line of Silks, Wash Goods, Etc., to he found Jn our city. Conie and bring your friends, and remeniher "It pays to trade with a house that saves you money." I ? J $ THE WORLD'S BEST Come, see the new Spring Beauties. Never mind what you want; if it is new, we have m J it. 2 5 are looking for you and will be appointed if you don't come. We dis- 4? J4I&(SG WWWWWW 9 7,'l VH.'J'J" - i bn Carson Incorporated & Co. M-- u aF999 ? HARTFORD, KY. SSSSSS$ SPR.ING OPENING AND DRV GOODS OK- - Millinery Opening And display of New Spring Goods New Millinery 1, '11 up-to-da- SINGLE Friday, Mar. 31 AND SATURDAY, APRIL 1. We desire to see our . COMB Saturday, April friends arid customers. ft- - J ! BROWN LEGHORNS Miss Nallo will be pleased to show an te line in Dress and Tailored Hats to her many New Slippers New Dress Goods. ' ' The latest things in Colored Silks for Dresses, Colqred Lawns, White Goods, Embroidery, Trimmings,, etc. Wo will be pleased to show our large stock to all of our friends, v T air. William Hamilton, of McIIenry, was a pleasant caller at this 'office, Saturday. Ho has been en our .subscription list for years, and says ha enjoys The 'Republican K'ttwr all the time. Prof. R. Y. Ragou, and Mr. Jach Bratchcr, of Morgantcyvyn, iwera the gueata of Mr, Otfco MarUn, Saturday and Sunday. Prof, Jtagon ts; teaching1 at Mprganxwn, and .was a school-mat- e, of Mr. Martin, .when at ttw State University. iCapt. John O. Keown left Wednes day for Canada, whwe he has1 been given an assignment with tha. J, I. Caw Threshing Maehlna .Compaay, Un h Ul recently he had eharg-- of '.the ofiee of that firm., Ho does notTraow bew 1ob. ii bn accessary for hlni 0 vwai la Canada. -- ' a1" The baafeet tol tsan of tha Ow- wbara High Mwl wIH ilay West 'KatNeky SNwiry at Beavef Dam, TJtta tomowow aHawiaoa. tho 3cad Htm that th twe teawahavo fintt ywulUim to a t h at victory titr'ttm Owpiiliww Woy. and fca gmf l tiqxtitor be watched with ittUreat. e Uen-Ntjw1 1 chines." Eggs from pure j bredbirds r .$1.00 per 17 $1.50 per 30 $4.00 per 100 Free delivery at ped from Beaver Cromwell, Ky. cash with order. attention and a deal-assured- or shipDam or Send friends and customers and have them inspect tour immense line of MILLINERY and DRESS GOODS and meet Miss Effie Foster, of Spring" field, who will have charge of our Millinery Department for this .- - A Souvenir -- - to Every Yisitbr. : Prompt square . s J. Rosenblatt Stifie" v "The Store That R. I. BARNARD, ki HARTFORD, - KY. t Xi, JJ. m n iNO. U. xt 6, r-- a. ttEATER DAif, KY. w-tt- in ii lftWrWrVWMr Incorporated. HI E Centertowti. Kv. m Dunn, Qutte R number trpta Hartford, Greenvlllo n Ontxnt City were prewnt. to wdtneps tho gwnc, Thoro arm several cawa of moaales in town at this writing. Mr. and Mra, Don Taylor toKvsgono to Louisville on ibuslncss. Is MIfs Harrison, of visiting tho family of Mr. John Harrison. Mr, nxl MT3. Oscar Shultz and Miss y. Fun!c-- i SCiultz wnt to Fordsvlllo Btvr United Statu SMMi' Million Men Available for Strvice ku A Remedy, lUiiable CATARRH Directory Circuit ,v ,. w- - 'j in War I'nltcd Tho Handing army p U States composed 15 rcgtmmiM of caval ry, 7C5 orfltvrs and tt.TTS Mbtodmn 6 regiments of field tartifrjry, 23tf officers and 5,220 enlisted' Mm; a coast 672 artillery corps, 170 and 1!),321 enHtted'mwji; 30 regiments of (infantry l,530feVfJoers, 25,-3enllsttrt men; 3 battellens of en- glnt'crs, 2,602 enlisted nee. Then there ana berldcs, InUten. eouts recruits, Porto Rico siouls, making a to'.Rl, Including tho medical reserve corps cf'oKlcera and enL'sted men of 76,911. Tho law pro-Idthat tho total on listed strength of tho army shall not exceeiiatany onw . . time 100,000. Add to tills organized and unorganized militia of tho United States which comprises the military strength of every State In tho Union, tlKifigJ ures aw Immense. The total commissioned officers and enlisted men In 0 the State Militia of tho U." 6. is and the reserve mllltlauniorganlz-e- d 15,403,125. This, nccodring to tho 1008, Inlaw of 1903, aimendcd In male cltlzon cludes every of mona than eighteen and less than forty five years of age, Including all foreigners who have daclared their intention to bocomo citizens. o, cohi rs Bat-unla- JW hi MF M Relied instant w . r , . . my arm and was in terrible pain. I could not use my hand or arm without intense suffering until z neighbor told me to use The first Sloan's Liniment. application gave me instant relief and I can now use my arm as well as ever." Mrs. H. U. Springer, 921 Flora St, .Elizabeth, N. J. "I fell and sprained Miss Golda A'uslln flpuit Sunday and Mordny at Taylor .Mints iwlth Mr. and Mrs. Luther Collins. Mr. Vlnee Gulf and Mrs. Salllo woro In town Undo Tom Maddox dkd yesterday 411 bo conducted Funeral services at tho Baptist church at one o'clock y by R.v. A. B. Gardner. Collins, of Taylor Mrs. Luther wa3 In town Sunday. Mlns y. to-da- Mr. Dob Brown was In town es C. F. Wrkhd, Ju4gej Wngo, Attorntyj W. P. MMklffc Bn 9 QtftC.lf Mn4fvn. BARNETT It Jailer; "S. O. arriw, Clrk; T. h, FeGl RW t Ont. lix, MaaterCoWnrtelenw: K. T. Collins., oothc, ltclHB, protects Triirtw Jury Fund; T. II. Blck, heal and Deputl-O. Xeoww an 8. diaensWl tbe Von Black. Court convenes first MonrMullfog from HARTFOKD, - KY, day In February anil continue three Cfttarrh and dtlves In .April, two weeks weeks: third Monday Will praetlce their profession In all 0 awny a Cold in the wcond Motidar In June, three weeks; courts of Ohio and adjoining eei . IIcAd quickly. Re. A ties and Court of Appeals. Sp tl atM fttorcs the Senses of nHT FEVER third Monday In October two weeks. H. Wedding, Judse; tentlon given "to all buslne Taste and Smell. Full izo 50 cts., atDrug-gft- s County Court,-- rt. otnJate4 Atto their care. ColIecUons ai. the Pracor by mall. In liquid form, 75 cents. W. S. TInsley, Clerk, C. K. Smith, first tice of Criminal and Real Estate Lav r.ly Brothers, 50 Vorren Street, York, torney, Hartford. Court conTen Specialties. Office la Republican build- Monday In each month. on I " Quarterly Quarterly Court-Beg- ins the fourth Monday In February, May, August and November. nes first TuesCourt of FRANK day in January and first Tuesday In Ely'lf f?rftai Dala a Hiwninim t. Court-- T. O.M. BiirNirr '. , ' .timi HW silTff, mem-brrv- no Attorneys at Law, P i " lw CUaJmi-Convc- TRY THE REPUBLICAN JOB'WORK WE DO THE Beware of Ointments tor Catarrh That Contains Mercury. as mercury surely destroy the-- sonso October. S. MoxDey, Other County Offlcerr-- C. Fordsvllle, Ky., K. F. V. Surveyor, No. i; Bernard tfcllx ,Aseaor, .Hartford, Ky., Jt. F. D. No. 2J Henry Leach, Dr. A. li. Superintendent, Hartford; lllicy, 'Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after ard Morula v in March. Tuesday af- In June. jter 3rd Monday Snhlpmhor. Tuesday after 3ri1 Mnnikv in . , TllASrlAV after . " "jr--- Attorney at Law, ,s HARTFORD, - KY. practice his profession In Ohl and adlolnlng counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty. Office In the Her. aid building. L.FELIX, Will IWrt 121,-5S- SLOANS UNIMENT is an excellent antiseptic and germ heals cuts, burns, wounds, and contusions, and will draw the poison from sting of poisonous insects. Jciller 25c, 60c. and $1.00 book lior, rattle, alieep od poultry lent free. Address Sloan on Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Jkutca, Han., U.S.A. 1 kJ&U ed of smell and completely derange the it whole system when entering through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never bo used except on prescriptions from imputable physicians, as the damage they will do I Is ten fold to tho good you can possi bly derlvo from them Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cho ney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood nnd mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure bo sure you get the genuine. It Is taken Internally and made In Toledo, Ohio, hy F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials frue. Sold by druggists. Price, 75c Per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills for conm stipation, Cr-illdro- able-bodi- ed -- A Dreadful Sight, to H. J. Baraum of Fxeevllle, N. Y.. was the fever-sor- o that had plagued his life fox years In splteof many remedies he tried. At lasitihe usd Bucklen's Arnica Salvo and wrote: "It has entirely healed with scarcely a scar left." Heals Burns, Bolls, Eczema, Cuts, Bruises, Swellings, corns and Biles dike magic. Only 25c at all druggists. m n Cry ISO C ASTORIA CREEK FOR FLETCHER'S Mrs. Earl Turner and Miss Bettle Mr. J. B. Chambers and daughter, guest of the family of Ward, representing the Woodmen CirMary, are the cle of this place, attended the WoodJtowman Hardin near Owonsboro. men meeting at Madisonville last Deanfleld, Mr. Sam Haynes, of church here Saturday and Sun- wocik. Mr. Rowan Holbrook attended the day. CXIattle Barntt is tho guest of A. S. of E. madtlns Saturday night In .Miss !her sister Mrs. Garland Uanum, at Interest of the oil question. Messrs. John Sanderfur, Marvin Bar FondsvUk. Mr. Blllie House of Lyonla spent nard and Moten King and wife went Sunday might with Ms daughter Mrs. to Owonsboro this .week. Little MUs Nannie Hatcher, of Hart John S;wope. Mcssley and son, ford as tho guests of her oausliis Mr. and Mr& Bion Pellvllle, visited Mrs. OUosskiy's father Misses Nellie and Beatrice Wallace. Mrs. Lennle Young, of Owensbore, J. B. Bruner Saturday night. Mr. Tom Hines, Walnut Grove at- visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Bannett last week. tended church here Sunday. Mr. Will Tinn3ley, of this adaco Miss Bulah Stciwart has mitnnps. Rev. Lawrence and Mr. Sam Haynes has pneumonia at the heme of his father near Btda. dined at R. M. Miller's Sunday. Mr. Robert Miller spent several days 9 Faint Lick Sick Lady. the past week with her parents, Mr. end Mrs. C. W. Phillips, near iWhl&t-vlllPaint Lick, Ky. Mrs. Mary Freeman, of this place, says: "Before 1 Miss Myrtle Burdttt's school is edi- commenced to take Cardul, I suffor-o- d ting along nicely. so much from womanly trouble,, I Mrs. Dora Skinner and daughter was so weak that I was down on Mary Francis, visited In lVjllvJllo Frl-ky- my back ntaxly all tho time. Cardul has done me moro good than any Mrs. Mollle Ford Mlllr lis sick. medicine I ever took In my life." Jlsses Elate anU Dora May of Whites You need not bo afraid to take Carvtflfa yj5itl at Albert May's Saturday dul. It Is no now experiment. jevenine. Jienb Ingrediof gon,tle-neynWr. nd Mrs. Walker Ciowo entr- - ents, It has been found to safely re- ajgejj tho young people Saturday nlgb? u0Vo headache, backache, and similar (with a ipaity Try It for your female troubles, A-Mr. Leonard Taylor's family spent troubles. Sunday at Virgil Mills. Mr. Chester Smizer whose house bur- Louisville's New Hotel. jaad two weeks ago lias by the lwJp of Louisville is going to have another his neighbors and friends rebuilt and magnificent, hotel, and the nrop-rietlias moved Into Ms ikiw house. Is tryfcng to what to call Mrs. Mary Martin who has Wn it. Jlo 'has the flamlns cf It down .quite elck Is Improved. to a couple of natiitS, eltbr of which Mi. Ben Swope Is suffering agneat would stn'e as a reminder that it ;dml ,wlth rheumatism. was tho propierty of a patriotic Jlenry Chambers and Wilbur Rher-.doTo eeo the name "Henry went ito Owensboro Friday and Clay," or "Watterson" wculd ha jnirchased mw buggies. a long ways frcm horns that Mr. Henry Mlillgun Is In Whltes-.vill- e it waa a Kentucky Institution. By th way, how would it do to Mr. George Holland was around last link the two names togther and have week getting signers to the pooling tho hypbanatd name of '"Clay-Watt- er pledge. He was tiulto successful. som? But wo are not imttlng up money 'with which to build the hotel and propos; that the man who Is dorOR FLETCHER'S r ing that may name It. o. ". Com-Pfcsed. g, C or Kon-tuckla- n. n. to-da- (March 22. Mr. Tom Williams and family, of Central Grove, vltfted Mr. W. C. Wallace and familly Sunday. HERBERT. Mrs. Henry Doole.y who has bajn sv. G. H. Lawrence March Beaver Dam filled his regular ap- sick with erys'pelas, Is conivelscenlL of Mr. E. G. Ellis, Owenaboro visited pointment here Saturday and Sun- relatives here thus week. jday. 20.-tR- Operated on W. G. Duncan. Louisville, Ky., March 23. AV. G. Duncan, of Greenville, Ky., president of the W. !. Duncan Coal Company, past grand master of the Independent Order of Odd Follows, and a promi nent Mason, underwent an' operation Thw at Norton Infirmary tlon .proved very successful, It was stated and It Is expected that (Mr. Duncan will be able to leave tha hospital within a fortnight to-da- y. cp-ar- BARBER NO. 2765. 3rd Monday In March, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in September, Wednesday KIND after 3rd Monday In December. John H. Miles, Itockport, Friday after Friday after 3rd Monday In March, 3rd Monday In Juno, Friday after 3rd Monday In September, Friday after 3rd Monday In December. J. C. Jackson, Centcrtown, Saturday after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday af ter 3rd Monday in June, baturday after 3rd Monday In September, Saturday after 3rd Monday In December. M. C. Cook, Renfrow, Tugeday after 2nd Monday in February, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd Monday in August, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November. Thomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday after tho second Motidnv In Pchmnrv. (Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May, .vcuiieauuy aiier .jra itionuay jn August, Wednesday after 2nd Monday In November. C. V. Miles, Fordsvllle, Thursday after 2nd Monday In February, Thursday after nu .,iuuuuv in .may, xnursaay alter 3rd Monday In August, Thursday after ,2nd Monday In November. Ralph, Friday after 2nd MtrJ' Monday iri February, Friday after 2nd j Monday In May, Friday after 3rd Mon- . day in August. Friday after 2nd Mon- day in November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe, Judge; O. B. Llkens.CIty Attorney; Sam Riley. Marshal; Court convenes second Monday- - in each an T,C1iy J?,V.ncll- -J' H- - WHllams, month. helps hurts, but it won't cure R. T. Collins, Clerk: 8. K. Cox, Mayor; Treasaching tooth, wonn't wake a marred urer. Members of Council, T. R. Barnard, W. J. Bean, W. M. Fair, Pen one look like its old self. Takes a Taylor. W. E. Ellis. E. P. Moore. nFch,00rl.Tr.uste?s-j- rS. Glenn, chairman; sley' Hecetary' c- M- - Barnett, experienced dentist to do our" Crowe and Dr. E. B. -Pendleton. skillful, all the sympathy you RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Get that. M. E. Church South relief and good and evening every firstServices monring can, but, for real and third SunIn appointment daym. each month. Sunday School H5 dental work make an a. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evenlni?. T?av virn r...- with us for the practical way of getBaptist Church Services every Sunday Ti morn in ir nnrl Airminr ting your teeth in fine shape. Best it.io a. m. Prayer meeting every AVe- dcrown and bridge work in this town pastor. o.euuib, xiev. j. w. iiruner, Christian Church Services every fourth or any town. Teeth extracted without School 2:30 p. m. Elder W. B. Wriuht pain. All work guaranteed. Tele SATISFACTORY IVInnrlfiV In DUrAtniwr. O. E. Scott, Cromwell, "Wednesday afto ' HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In all tha , Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals. Also No- - ( tary Public Office over First NatlonaljA Bank. Attorney at Law YANCYL.MOSLEY. n ' JOHN B.WILSON CBA8. M.OnOWB WILSON Si CROWE HARTFORD, - KY. praotlce their profession la all Will the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, nnd In the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections. Offloa on Main St., opposite Court House, LAWYERS h p"n. SYMPATHY J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. All Matfers Given Ohio County Prompt Atten- ..j iriu c,,i... tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS Ac SPECIALTY. ri phone 218. DR. H. J. BELL, DENTISX, Office in Republican Bldg. Hartford, Ky. YOUR SUITS, (HAVE i Pressed pastor. C. P. Church Services first Sunday In lacli mo"th at U a.. m. , und .7 J. A.m. . Sundaxcool tti5 SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodge No. CT5. F. & A- - M.. meets first and third .Monday night In Dnfon ITiihIam lir r r PflPn mnnth P. Foreman Secretary. meets every third Saturday night" in ' W. S. TInsley, Secretary. Ilflrtfnrri rhnntni. Mr. M n T. a meets second and fourth Monday even- .s, iurs. a. m. Anaerson, w. M. Miss; Lizzie Miller Secretary. Rough River Lodge No. 110, Knights of c- - c- - J Ney Foster, K. 5- - TaSpan Hartford Tent No. 09, K. O. T. M.. mef.tR OVI1-fire nnrl 4Vil1 'PI...-.- J... night R. D Walker, Commander; L. P. l5Al3vflK1 fid TRADC-MARK- S promptly obtained la all countries Or no fto. W obtain PATE NTS .THAT-- PaVl advcniaatlumi UmroucOj oar expeow, andselp you to iuccck. 8nd irodeL photo or aVetca tor FREE report on patentability, '10 year" practice. SURPASSING RSFEriCNCES. For free, Guide Book on Profitable 1 vtente write to 03-B0- S WASHINGTON. Street, O. C. Seventh IIK17JI1MG KILLthe COUCH d ; ed Chliaran Cry BEAVER DAM Will make the season of 1911 at DyeCooper Bishop's stalble, ttaeo miles ing east of Island, on Gnaen river, on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesgiven Ladies days of each week, and at Conitor-towthe other three days of each wieek. Ho will stand at $10 to In Hats sure a living colt, money due iwtoen colt Is foaled or mare transferred. Co-nWork taken to .prevent acoldidnts r. but not responsible tlhould any F. M. ALLEN,, Club $1.00 Contontowm, icy., The Fine Young Trotting Stailllon. EAGLE DISPATCH, Hartford Pressing dill), Will mako the tenson of 1011 at my barn In Oenteiitnwin, Ky. He will Y. M. A. BLDG., stand ait $8 to Insure a living oolt Money duo when fact Is ascentalned HARTFORD, KY. or more transferred. Can taken to 4 prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Description, and Pedigree. EAGLE DISPATCH was fcteM April, 1903, is 10 hands high, dark bay wilth best of feet and legs, long mane and, tall, fine Rtylie and tuition. ftuoHrsseeMsvccHBt He is by tho renowned saddle and SPECIALOFFER: ' fUmtt t kIM M luhw, AtrUwIU hannevas atallton, Red Eagle No. 28, BiUToa oar mibuhi nutocMr. by ho by Rod Squirrel, No. 53, he rrUfCflltccthn UtMBntMITinlp.TMltllllMtValM.IMHTHlC Black Squirrel,. No. 58, he iby Btack I tw M ti-Miw- r Biw-- at tuuUm la u. I Eagle, No. 74. he by King WiMaan, w.BniBw MV JJ..fc". Pptr. Mtmilom thh Write No. 57, ho ,by WasMisstbri Denmark. jVWWWWmAAIWNAAWWWVi No. 64, 'ho by Galmes Donmartt, No. SEND lO CENTS 61, he by old Bteck Denmark, tbe. 4 IUhmMh.'M H"lwiMtlMinhHli i mllo race horse, he by Imported . n, os-ou- Repairing and neatly done. work special attention. Cleaned and Repaired. called for and delivered. per rate month. C-- CURE the LUNCS Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M.f meets every first and third Friday night r in arh mnnth Mr Attv Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Av.v,y u 4VUCCI Carpenters and Joiners local No. 1881, Noah Skaggs, Pres.; W. D. Luce, Sec- - nifi j. Dr. King's New Discovery w ' Acmo Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. F., meets second and fourth Friday night in each month. W. It. Hcdrlck Noble Grand C. M. Barnett Secretary. Ohio Tribe No. 1SS, Imp. Order Red Men. mppta Brnnil nnH rrtt.rtt. llrn.n day night In each month. James C. Bennett, bachem. A. E. Pate. Chief of Hartfo'rd Camp. W. O. W. No. 202 Consul Commander, Thomas Williams; Clerk, W. C. Wallace. Preston Morton Post No. 4. G. A. R holds regular meetings Saturday befonj the first Monday In each month. Ash-for- d 1 Mills, nnmmnnr, .T Adjt. F0RC8Kf5sH8ri&s. AND ALL THROAT ANDLUNGTH0UBLE8. QUAKANTEED SATISFAOXOKYl OR MONEY BJSFTJNDED. "' Trrf A. S. of E. SEEDS vty; rhiis; i National Officers: President M, F. Sharp, Narrows, Ky. Vice President J. M. Woods. D. Kump, Im dlanapolls, Ind. State Officers: II. M. .Froman, Carroll county, Pres. T. T. Barrett, Henderson county Vice , President. 5. B. Itobertson, McLean county, 0. P. Roemer, Warren' county, State Organizer. C. C. Allen, Henry county, nnd Lat-ti- e Graves, Allen county, Assistant state organizers. Board of Directors. Ben Watson, Warren county: C. M. Barnett, Ohio county; A. II. Brooks, Braeken county; R. K. I. Ray, Hardin county, and J. F. Doss, Secretnry-Treasurcr-S. Sec,-Tre- Southern Agriculturist NASHVILLE, TENN. For forty years the Hcdgefond. !ll.?.'!WlrMt.,"l'!1' "WWJJH O ASTORI A Terrible Picture of Suffering. Clinton, Ky. Mrs. M. C. McElroy, a Jotter from Clinton, writes: m ''For lx years, l was a suff ever female troubles. 1 could not eat, and could not stand on my feat, without suffering great pain. I had lost hope. After ualng Cardul a week, I began to Improve. Now I feel better than in six years." Fifty yara of buc-ceIn actual practice, U pottKlve proof, furnished by tbooe who have tried It, that Cardul can always be rUed on for relieving female weak ness and disease. Try Cardul, tonaay in es March 22. Rev. A. B. Gardner filled Site regular appointment hero Satur-itt- y and Sunday. He was reelected a iUfer of (the Church for another year. Mr. Roy T.Ichenor spent Tuesday t Reader with Mrvand Mrs. Claude Mre. (Mate JJuBley cpent 'BWAnlli Hyr. llunky aawl Miss Ruth a few days lat week at; Te Jtecet Ball gw which was by .4y4 hewand.SaUirdaf e.vnln quite V. S., was ,ffKtfvllk tm. )trwig saw, the nult was QvmanWU d 17 for 1C. Jt jeiat -- for BOW. A4 EAGLE DISPATCH'S first item BeU Habram, by Old Dispatch, No 4480, ha by Omward, No. 1611, he by George Wilkes, No. 519; Mecond dam by Don Pedro. Your 'patronage solicited. F. M, ALLHN, Cantertown, Ky1. The Fine Young Jack, ' ' BLACK BALDY, Willi make .the ehml of 1911 t my bav at Ceatentowfl, Ky., and ,wlW stand for $8 to 4uuro a living elt Money due when faot Is ascertatBad ( or mare tranntorreil Cane taii Rnevaat aeeldnta but' not roniJiwal lAe should any ooeur, -' " F.-- M. Auwrnir v CeabYtqwn.'ky.' t8 . ,ti.l "" Muhlenberg county, Ohio County Officers: 8. L. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Dam.Ky. Henry Pirtle, See. Hartford, Ky. D. Ford, Treas., Hurtford, Ky. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leaoli, Chairman, Hartford.Ky. 1. L. B. Tlchenor, Haitford, R. F.' D, . No. 6. 2. E. C. Hartford. Reynolds. Ky. 3. M. S. Patterson. Olaton, Ky. 4. B. U Alford, White Run, Ky. 6, Richard Plumer, Taylor Mtnes.Ky. 8. J. L. Mrwn, Kofcprt, Ky. friend gnd counselor of Southern farmers. Twenty- - four tpages twice a month. 50 cents a year or three years for $1.00. Sample Gopy Scot Free D Ym Want Oie? tt ,, igaaswe .mm i im ' ., O $SS!: ' For Sale ifeal Estate! M Acres of the finest; Rough river boHem lBd located three mites west of Hertford. About 20 acres la cultivation. Geod dwelling and out build- lass. A bargain for 1,260. ' We hare 460 acres of fine bottom 1ih1 ftrom one and a half to two mites of Hartford, 'part of It with tlcaber. Also about 75 acres of upload belonging to the same tract, .Ter&as . MtfriMt'a "? ull et Life" Northern Grows IWtereed Seeds have a reptttaltoti of yg jrenn ot ueeesstul Med growing! tad tbera. It pays to Sessonsbte Specialties: SEEDS ... .... Dfl. COOK AGAIN Dauktfuf BHteevcrtr of IN AMERICA. amrmteinz. Ttte whole 6ms tfew'sJickienB, 1 eacreb bfuue- - aj be aummod ip In bbe wards, North Pats Hm jfcririto bed early to rise, work like and advertise." 1 dHr easjr Ch for tlie honors of discovering. the north FOR FLETCHER'S pole ami "new admlttedly4ln 'doubt as , new Stringles Green Pod . jj.70 Bushel to lila baring achieved that goal. Is WaMwell'i Imp. Kidney Wax h.so Ssshel I again, In America Tho doctor arrived . S4.75 Mvnnew vnne vvix Corrie'a Kut Proof Wax . U& Ir""! Has! on the steamship George Washington, Conity Union F. E. and C. U. of A. PBA8 j.jo Bushel which coincidence aroused great mirth Rxtra Karljr Alk Mermbtrs of tho Farmers Education-ai- l, New Early Grades among the American newspapers. $530 Bushel llonlord'i Market Garden . jjjo Bushel Unilon of AmeriIlls desire, as be stated, was to learn Buckbee'a Lightning Express Js.00 Bushel . Lettuce. sUsMih, Tomato and a full tine et what the people of his country thought' ca, are Iwreby rjmInlod of tho mootSeedi , Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. ing of our noxt County Union at Send for complete catalogue of submit a list ol ".jRTyB. your requirements and willquote price. Jkwk MaVRss. on the first Saturday In Buy direct from the erower Sare Moner. RRaPTsuRRB. sL Write today. Mention this paper. jRRRRjRRRBRRf ssR April 1911. JLkti oach loc.a, uulpn send R lu.U lS&SBacibetSt., Bedford Sera tmu fcxkfors.tt dlejaulofi &hl all biker fiwiiilbers that poastbly can bo present. -. . . CLAUDR PARK, Sec'y. 6. VMAR4' -BBAN8 KriletRl Valentine .. . Im Bushel Ktiwee Extra Barlr Marry Reception. Dr. Frederick A' Cook, first claimant Remedies are Needed perfect, r Cry OAST OR ad A Dun-doe(K- y.. Tfu SUB Were we which wo are not, medicines would not often be needed. But lince our systems have become weakened, Impaired and broken down through indiieretioaa which have (one on from the early ajf.es, through counties generations, remedies are needed to id Nfttare in correcting our inherited and otherwise acquired weaknesses. To reach the teat of stomach weakness and consequent digestive troubles, there is Betting so good as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical DJ.rnv. err. a glycerin comoound. extracted frnm miiv. medio. inal roots sold for over forty years with great satisfactioa to all usera. For Weak btomach. Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Pain in the Stomach after eati'stf, -- ,i ..t... Heartburn. Bad Breath. Belchin nf fnnrl Derangements, r the "Discovery" is n time.nrnven nA mr... .mi.r,. .. . r.w,wH .. H.W. mIu .VU.VU.M1 . Jhii i.u.:r ....! ' I I n.rnn!n;.r.u. -- -- ' Z BBIIHin. . Jt-- ..l H. W. BUCKBEE fljig zma wrappertiff JJ3 . . IffflriHff OU can t afford to areeni a mmArttt nnnlnim mm a suriafitiife tnr holio, medicine op known cowrostTioN, not oven though the urgent dealer may thereby make a little bigger profit. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels. tiny granules, easy to take as candy. X Sugar-coate- ji it nnnafdaft -- tiiSBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbY 1 A. mv ene and one-hal- f story Iramt building with five rooms and largo recptleoa ball, built out of the beat Situated on Clay selected material. and Fradrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. Lot S0x205 feet Fine well of soft .water. All necessary out buildings. , ' Terms reasonable. M li Good nlna room two story dwelling in Centertown,- - Ky., has good cis tern, good cellar, never falling .well of water, good stable and other out buildings, one acre lot of ground. A splendid location for family residence and hotel. Price and terms reasonable. Apply to DARNETT & FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Ky. . ftXPsWUENCE VassfljasKKtsRjsV " slsssssssslsssRBSsW aTsTsTssTsTsTsTsTsTsTsTsTsTsTsTsTsTsTsTsTsTsTsTfll''-afsVsVsVsVsVsVsVsVRRL'- )KlLUalaWd Anron irtdtn a sketch and dMerlntlon mar qwcsir ascennin onr opinion free wnt Inremlon Is probably pt?!iti.bln.Commnnlc. linns ictirconnatiiti nAnumiua on Patents sent free. Oldest asency fomocutm. lentil. Co. recetrs Patents taken tErouih Jlunn iptcUU nodes, without cbsrte, la the Trad'c Marks desiqns COPYRiaHTS Ac. RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRIM RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR t Tho most common oauso ot Insomnia is disorders of the stomach. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets corroct these disorders and enaMe you to sloep. For sale by all druggist. m J UP J sssssssssasasssssssssMsssaasssassas saa. m - asssaansssjsaamiasiii Why Not sssSV Scientific Jlmericam f .araest clr. calatlon of any sclentiqo lonrnsl. Terms, t3 a Teurt four months, 1L Bold by all newsdealers. A handtomelf lltnttrated weekly. MUNN&Co'B .r. New York K&ARaRaRaRaRaRaRaRaRaViT Branch Ofllce, 6JJ V BU Wasblnston, D. C. Subscribe for The Republican $1.00 per year. POSITIONS GUARANTEED GUARANTEE position If need WE will us real Boon. Woyou a many more you at once to supply the enormous demand it Comes to a Show Down. When It coroos to a shqw down no napublilcan can b9 a Itapufrllcan and -rmt bo a Unotootlonilst. He may dicker "wiiitti tiho Democrat for a short tlm'ebut h3 Benedict Aimald sahemes HENRY WATERSON, Editor. will fall short of their Intended and tho g, o. p. witll duUIto tho WE CAN FUKNISII YOU traitor In tho ond no matter how amamt he is or how much of a follow THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN ing he may have. Tihe Republican party Is n party of Protection (to homo AND THE lndustrl-- s and to tho American farmers. Iat us bald to tilinrt pxoiposl-tilo- n and the country will awakian to tho' impontanoe of standing by princi ples rather tlian men. Alblu Iowa -Union. When pur-IWB- O Read The Courier Journal MeCALL PATTERNS Cclcbrated lot style, perfect - reliability nearly 40 .years. Sold every city and town in the United Canada, or by malt direct. Mora any other make. Send lor free fit, simplicity in nearly States and sold than catalogues f ml McCALL'S MAGAZINE est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, plain setting, fancy needlework, halrdressinr, etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only CO cents a year (worth double), Including s free pattern. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy, WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS m to Agents. THE HcCAIX CO, More subscribers than any other fashion magazine million a month. Invaluable. Lib Weekly Postal brings premium catalogue and new cash prize offers. Address 81 Co U$ W. :7th SI.. HEW TORS Courier Journal Both One (T1 for our graduates. As soon as we tret tbo required number or studonta this offer will be withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. HrsPsPsPsPsPsfssI lBPjfsPsPsPsPsPsPsPsPsPsPM Death oi Civil War Veteran. ' sfsfsrsrsf 1919, RRRRrRRRRasW RRB BUSINESS COLLEGE W. SCHWARTZ TKtKOlPAX. IMCOBPOMATCD by American Press Association. Dlt. FBEDEIUCK A. COOK. Jm rfB H JNMk i 1 AwBm WnNBm We sell fruit we can make you this year. satisfied the hichest erade bicycles for less monci We are with Sta nrnfit ahnv. fartnrv eniL than anV Other factory. J31CYC1.K UEAL.KKS, you can sell our bicycles under your own name nlate at saw J.-V- 1 sHHH I 1 our prices. Orders tilled the day received, , .HeCONJJJIAHl) not rezuiarir jiandie second hand bicycles. DuT usually haTe a number oa hand taken in ireooby our Chicago retail stores. These we clear out trade promptly at prices ranginjr from 83 to 88 or SIO. Desertmive hanrain lists mailed frrp. BlaFle wlioels, Imported roller clutlns and pedals, parts, repairs an tfUHSItll-BRrlrVL- d, equipment of all Wii li ha(f tkt mual retail fricu. low of him. He was successful beyond his wildest dreams before he had left the steamer, although it was then docked In tho Hudson river, for his IN EACH TOWN fellow, passengers, though calm WANTED-and dlitrtct to ride and exhibit a throughout the voyage, became ennicycie HirntsnM Dy us, UurvasenU ercrywhere are tangled in an acrimonious debate In llYfe KOVWWIC3I muuci endeavoring to tell the reporters exagposu in HHA n..aijuuc, caitynttcic hi mc u o. xviiiout a cent which timeadvance, vrspav Itbicycle allow IKK DAYS' FUKKTHIALduiimr you may ride the and actly how the arctic explorer was repnt It to any test you wish. If you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish tc garded en voyage. As tho sides were icp me mi.) tic snip 11 racit 10 us at our expense and you will not ot out ont cent. FACTORY PRIRK Wc 'umish the hichest (rade bicycles it is possible to maki about even It Is still in doubt like the a " at one small profit above actual factory cost. You save lit id jj imauiemcn sproms m Duyin? uirect ol us and have the manufacturer's euar. finding of the pole whether Dr. Cook antee behind your bicvcle. 4JU MOT III) V a bicycle or a pair of tires from anyom was generally shunned or welcomed as Until VAtl riVlvff nil. flflln47ll.. rtnA lni m.v .. !....! n( fi Bt attY irtCt n companion by the smoking room trices and remarkaiU iftcial gfftrt to rider admits. Vnil tiff 1 1 DC SCTASIICurn when reu receive our beautiful caulorue ant crowd. wsj nibi. Db.naiwniontU ,tudy our superb models at the ixtotidtrfutlt, ESTADLIsnKD 1804 TjOTJISVITjTjJZ. KY, fl RIDER AGENT wimii Samuel Gentry, a veteran of tho YearJJFor nt Civil 'War, died of tuberculosis We can alsolgive liberal combinatho hcmi of hl3 slstor Mrs. Ijycurgus Bawiatt, a,t Barretts ferry, Wednes- tion rate withJDaily or Sunday Courier-Journal. Write Courier-Journday morning. Mr. Gentry was C7 years Company, Louisville, Ky., for free old and a jbaahclcr. sample copy of edition you desire, Sufferers wiho say they lhave tried but be sure toHsendJ your subscripeverything without benefit are tlw iko tion order to this' paper NOT to plo wo aw looking for. Wo want the Courier-Journa-l. ttwm to know from glad experience that Ely's Cream Balm will conquer cold In the Head, Hay .Fiever, and obstinate forms of Xasal Catarrh. This remedy acts dlractly on the inflamed, Cleansing, sensitive, nidmibrances. soothing and .healing. One trial will convlnc" you of lts haallng puwer. 4. Prloe COc. All druggists, or mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren St Nqw 'York. al iPl.JU CA Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are tha supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. it is the best FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE medicine ever soli over a druggist's counter. I t'l''fiif THE KENTUCKY j & AMrch 21. yyili" OLATON. Mr. W. 11. Lyons Light and Power Co. !,ft (INCORPORATED) , jiiwiuuiv ttllyeuasamtiepatriorftw&i'nwiinoracri'Jil. 8 5 0 HFDGFTHOI.il The remlar retail trice ot these tires is SJO tier tair. but to introduce vie will PHNCTURF-PD0I1- F SELF'H EALING TIRES TOifmtaauoe,aH.r 4 80 1 Ml MORE TROUBLE FROM PBMCTH8ES NAILS, Tacks or Glass will not let tbo fslr oat. Sixty thousand mlrs sold last rear. Over two hundred thousand pairs now la use. i DPSORIfTinMi Made In alt sizes. It Is lively sjndeasvrldinir.vervdurableandliiiedlnsidewuh a SDtcial oualitv of rubber, which never becomes Tjoroua and which closes ud stnsll tiuuctures without allow. Notioe the thick rubber trea fne the air to escape. We have hundreds of letters from satis"A" and nunoture strlDS "11 fied customers stating that their tires haveonly been pumped and "D," also rim strip "111 weigh no more than up once or twice in a whole season. They tn iirnvnnfc rim mitflni- -. Tlifa in ordinary tire, the puncture resistingqualitiesbetagglven tire will outlast any othert by several layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the mako-SOP- T, ULAhTIO audi tread. Theregularpriceof these tires is ji.jo per pair, but for ASV 1HD1NO. irlvertislntrniiranseittvearemakliicrasneci&lfiietorvnriceto the rider of only 4.o per pair. All orders shipped same day letter is received. We ship CO. D. on approval. You do uot pay a cent until you hae examined and found them strictly as represented; V will n rain ilaoount of S4.AA r , If . ... ,,.. :a ".;..:. nllnw .ta. ..-- :; tiifcuiuib ner cent (therehv mnlclncr th ririre You run tutrlriskvnn no its send aut,i. txxii ....v..,.". anu enclose uus naveniscmcni. stenain us au orucr as we tires may ue reiurncu at uuu expense li lor any reason mey are We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as in ai satisfactory on examination. not bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they wilt ride easier, run fasterj wear better, last longer aud look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price. We' know that vou will be so well plrased that when vou want a bicycle voti will eive us vour order. Not a Word of We want you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer. a- nont Buy any umn at any price unm yousena (or a pair or marnea itne call Ot a nelgUUOr on airs. TIDJTC II. J.wa.t.AV.. 1...MM...VA i t.n itu. uu hvjiuv.i Mtiu hsiitfc St m v ,.,, asfswswM ires A.. SI sicatxcinorn runciurc-rrooi 111 I. t. r, ST, OliailgU, UL UiUUVUUU, the special introductory price quoted above; or write for our big Tire nnd Sundry Catalogue which I oescrtDes snu quotes an mai.es aim tinas oi iircs at bout half the usual orices. Tfilll i' NnlT i. w"u '" ",v sa'U "aha trli irui BnVIKO a bicycle hut write us a postal toaay. uu NOT ) WTMIM MMV uMfi tAIMir or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wonderful Llf a dbstl-offel13 had c"fu her of we are making. It only costs a postal to learn everything. Write it NOW. f f nato lcIJney tfoublo. and made "or I jau l.r:m::":;y.Ti -- nr NEW THINGS. I am not sure In' this era of new laws, new standards and new inorals whether the fact that n thing Is old Is a recom- mendatlon or au indictment. There Is evidence both ways. But my conviction Is thnt ago may have Us benefits and 'even things that have passed away may perhaps have been respectable. We live too much In tho present, too little In the past, aud I am apprehensive that we Uvo too little In tho future. Our eyes get centered on a single object, nnd we pursue It with an eagerness that seems like frenzy. In our passion to obtain wo neglect to preserve nnd forget thnt there have been and will bo other times than now. Frank S. Black. Vyrartx,aVuir'i.a,.TWhrrhL' visit his , left fecm Claudef Vyvass and daughter, Mr. Mrs. George and WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE AT COST. llhomsonc Miss Mary Daniel who lias boon in bad health, for several weeks is Improving. It.iV. B. P. Jenkins preached a very ablisermou at Can J Hun Sunday. He' will ila pastor of that church for the nix year. Mrs. .Pliable ChrlsMan, oma of Cane i Runs best and oldest misnxbirs Is ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD ' BE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN wry P.avton trave tho younger set a party .r'rlday n'jght all linestnt txiiiort a very iileasanj MKjs i)i33enL .Mr nnd Airs Vluini.is 111 at REACH. EG.BARRASS, 4 - Manager. I Stella Dankil who has had a very savere cate of toneUltla Is able to be out again. When, you have rheumatism in your foot ot; Instop apply Chamberlain's Llulraoat and you will get quick relief. It costs but . a quainter. Why suffer? For sale by all druggist, m Scandal viff mhrm nvm iiuaiiui rr " " J,,.uu. rs OUR CLUBBING RATES. $1.35 The Republican and Louisville Herald Republican and Courier-Journ1.50 The 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis Republican and Home and Farm 1.25 The Owensborolnquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.25 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.25 The republican and uauy u wens Doro inquirer k Republican and O'boro Messenger 1.75 The 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 The 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.25 The al Globo-Democrat J. L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL - uie reuieuy lur uiunuiuu jivui uuu Wo havo anado an arrangement wifcl kidney troubles. Only 25c at all drug the publishers of the Inland Farmer, m Slats ot Loulsvlllo, whereby wo are enabled to furnish Tho Hartford Republican and that paper one year for $1.50. Ono hundred and ten acres of good Tho Inland Farmer la a weekly Jourland, la Rough River bottoms and goo nal and ono of the boat farm papers farm house Situated near Narrows, published In the United States. Our Ky. Apply to, readers' should take advantage of CHARLES QARTJBR, tf this offer. Narrows, Ky. 25tf - -- : 'Cheap Clubbing Rates. FourFifths of Your Store Patrons Were Won by Four-Fift- hs For Rent. Twice-a-Wee- k Advertising-An- d Twice-a-Wee- of These Would Be Lost if You Stopped Advertising! Newspaper; advertising is a Stallion For Sale. Ctavyland For Sale One 10 ysar-oU- l domk ibay, and gentle. Finest Colts la Davieas county. If eold by $250.00 wlli take Ihlm. Can be seen at HvyoB Livery. Barn, Oweneboro, Ky. Js I k1 DARTS. sounatlmies Advertising oharngea "failure" tto "success" Just as one view Into another at JJha uncivil ng picture shqw. lit is bund to (toll whan failure 9&d and success begin. ,ddis-pol- part of all store-events, Address all orders to worth-whil- e store-servic- e a part of it which patrons particularly value. For your sales, the it keeps them in touch with your arrival of new stocks, the showing of novelties, the buying: opportunities which your store must create for its friends. The advertising becomes the link between the store and ite.olwtele. They expectltrie store's advertising to SERVE THEM "not now and then," not partially; but ALWAYSj & THE REPUBLICAN. SingiBg Convention. We are requMted to aanounnioe that onloe tittk Sunday In April a ain ibe bald, afaOXmyix Run. Several ola&eea have signWied bJwilr wllsiagtawB' to pantlcltuaitie, aud ar Invited to talCe all ln-Ax orgmn (will ,b ifurntebdd. w.111 a iHJt-.w- e. tig CoavesUou eeom to think wo own edittout soa It. They say that a toual-ist- as and fully! To curtail the advertising in volume or frequen- fjy would make. the sameimpreestoa or them as though you tnorad Into aaaallar nuarters.. and out down vnnr fnrfR nf .. Mrka and workers.. To INCREASE your advertising to makeitmreeomEHKa8 "store News." as a "market etter." as a bulletin of barjfaHW will have the ffet of enlisting a every day, and of winning anew all let of new stere-frUitrf th old mml T4 K'riVQgtiiM, k dj irt. inoifit Ww be moBttm or a failure. & .m 'rt' got Kioh, a,dYonatoa,'V was the kajwoso of .a sHeeek ami', sy Samuel IoshM, ipFUdit of .tbe jOomCtaweaUk I4aft0& stlsvitmle ooBspaitiy pf Chteago 's Me otber ,dvy.' "Mwk ot eur mwmm," mU Mr; IaH, "feaa dw to ragwtor ami HfataWe &v& aow-paasjr- Waits RicbMfiTlsM Advertis. "it you waat M nnooood tu buataeea However, some buslneeu-- 8, ilUae some aooiiile, skn iV' atutd atlH untU a wakes tUwaks battery x Tisjkt galyanla battery; i4, uuskatlx ttdvttata IsWr owa or uonie one Draughon gives contracts, backed by chain of 30 Colleges, $300,000.0 capital, and 19 years' succe, to wcure positions under reasonable con ditions or relunu tuition. Draughon s competitors, by not accepting his proposition.concede that he teaches more Bookkeeping in three montns than they do in six. Draughon can convince you. , states Court port. of QHORTH AND 75 Per cent the Uie Unitcd Shorthand Draughon system of V A 1 11X1X1 U era write teaches, because they know it is THE BEST. For FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet "Why Learn Teletrranhv?" which explain all, call on or write JOHN E. DRAUGHON, President. Good Positions -- BOOKKEEPING Oil DRAUGHOrt'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE iieotretUTM EVAN8V1LLE, ba "f ADUCAH, NASHVILLE, ST. LOUIS. Sl'RlNGFIELD, MMIPHIi, jJS. 1 SPRING OPENING SALS V. REMEMBER I AT ? Our Store is Open Every Evening Until 0 O'clock P. M. NEW YORK STORE Proprietor J. ID. BfcESESD, the: New York Store v .. Located Across the Street from Thomas Bros'. Grocery Store, Main Street. Also notify your friends and neighbors of this : : I! i . i NBWYORK STORE HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. GREAT SALE. I! r This entire stock o! Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Millinery, Ladies Ready Made Skirts and Waists, Rib bons, Trunks and Valises must go. It is not choice, it is compulsion. We have bought top many goods and our creditors must have their money, no matter what the loss or how great the sacrifice may be. One man's loss is always somebody's gain. Wonders never do cease, it is the most unexpected that most often happens. Of times just when things look the best they are indeed approaching a crisis; entire stock forced on the market at any old price. v Beginning Saturday Morning, April 1, RIK Extra Specials. 10 yards of the very best Calico, such as the American, Simp- Ladies' Ready to Wear Department. 40c Men and Boys Ready to wear De- son and the Calcuta brands for only 7c and 8c Apron Ginghams in the following colors.Blue, Red, 5Jc Pink and Brown checks, at per yard 10c Dress Ginghams in the following colors, Gray, Brown, Pink, Blue, Red in checks or plaids, per yard .:... .8c 15c Amoskeag Dress Ginghams in all the latest Patterns and . 9c designs, only a few pieces left, per yard. . A very good grade of Bleached and Unbleached Domestic, 4Jc during this entire sale per yard Hope and Lonsdale Cambric a yard wide, the world over you per yard. During this entirelSpring have to pay now ll-12- Jc ., 9c Opening Sale per yard White Pure Linen Dress goods, Guaranteed Irish Linen 26 inches Wide, 35c quality. During this sale while it last, per 22c yard . . yard wide Pure White Irish Linen Dress goods, 50c qualiA 32c ty, as long as it lasts only per yard .... 25c quality in Millo Silks, only a few pieces on hand in the following colors, Black, Blue and Red, per yard . . . 18c 200 yards of China Silks in all the latest colors and designs, Guarantee you can't buy a yard for less than $1, but we only bought a small quantity, while it lasts yours per yd 32c 25c quality of our Dress Suitings in the following Brands and Colors, Victor Cordee, Brocade in stripes or figures lonly .... per yard Suitings in all the Latest Patterns. Good JcPercals-anfor Ladies' and Children's Dresse3. We have a big line of these 18c goods. During this entire Spring Opening Sale per yard . lc Pins and Needles 2c Ladies' Handkerchiefs During this great Sale Laces and Embroideries will go at nearly half price. So early buyers will reap the advantage. ...9c Exquisite New spring Hats is just what-ware showing this Ask any woman who has visited our Millinery season. Department, Smart Tailored Hats worth $4 and $5 any where in the State. Only a few now left, your choice for $1.98 Our $2 and $2.50 Ready to Wear Sailors in all the latest Styles and Colors. Your choice during this sale for 94c Ladies' Sailors in Black, White, Blue and Green. Our $1 quality, we have a .big linejto show you, your choice during . jy'w.-i.- ' this sale for . r . , 48c .. . . . . Ladies' Sailors in Black tind White only, our 50c quality will go in this sale at 23c Ladies Ready to Wear waists made from the finest Lawn in White and Black only, our 75c Waists for only . 46c Our $1 Ladies Waists in White only, nicely Trimmed with 79c fme Lace or Embroideries, your choice Our ?1.25 and $1.50 Tailored Waists, the finest you have ever seen,you can't possibly buy the goods and trimmings for the ' price we advertise, only 9Gc Natural Hair Goods and Switches all made of natural Hair in Black only. We have a big line of these Hair goods, come and see the prices way below any other house in town. Ladies Skirts nicely trimmed in the Latest and Styles, in Black and Blue only, Worth twice the amount we are asking for these Skirts, your choice $1.98 $6 Black, Blue and Brown Silk Voil Skirts, only a few on hand. Drummer Samples in plain and trimmed, your choice while they last $3.89 Our $8 and $10 Skirts in all colors, such as Cheapion, Panama Serge and in alhthe latest goods. Only a few on hand . . . $5.68 $1 Lace Curtains for per pair 48c $1.75 Lace Curtains for per pair ; . . 98c $2.50 Lace Curtains per pair .v. . . .' $1.69 $1.50 Warners Rust Proof Corsets 94c 50c and 75c Corsets 43C e .- partment.- .-- -. ... ... $7.50 to $8.50 Men's Suits on Single and Double Breasted Pee top Pants with Side Buckles in the latest make and Stripes only. i qq $10 Men's Suits in Gray Mixed Stripes, the better Brand ' Clothing made up for high class trade, but we got these Suits in nQw. they are theregular $15 Clothing, your choice . nt. S6.9S Suits in Blue Serge, Coat and Pants or they are really made to retail at $22.50 per suif.but whole Suits we happened to run across a few of the better brand clothing and whuewe have got them they are yours for . . . ,s. . . q ao $20 Men's Suits are up to date in styles and workmanship in all the latest colors and designs, your choice . , n qq . ?24 BysfKnGe.e Sujts on RussiansBlou.se with Belts "attached, sizes in for only I ii a $3.50 to $4 Boys Knee Suits with Knickerbocker Pants made up to date in styles and workmanship, for only . . i qq $5 and $6 Boys Knee Suit with Knickerbocker Pants ud to a minute Styles, Gray and mixed colors, all onlv' ' ' w48? 75c Boys wash Suits, sizes from 3to,9. pec iSt ' ' Ste $1.50 Men's Pants with side Buckles and Belt straps' . $2 to $2.50 Men's Pants, all up to date . . . . .... JU. "" Jj Men's, Ladies' and Childrens Shoes and Oxfords Department. Up-to-Da- te "vteovrti. Ss SXrfffi? :Greatonlv' Our$2 Ladies Swade Slipper, Black .Mn's S,lloes ?r Rippers in all the latest makes and stvles ' $3.50 quality, the Lion Brand, for only l9 Men'swork Shoes all solid Leather 'every pour; 'ast i m h Money's 1 ffiWLB5SSi&fawfcom Shoe's or Slippers! Velvet Tops in button, Black1'98 or Tan, or all Velvet Slippers any size oa $1.50 Suit Cases-- we have a few left Trunks from $1 48 worth double the amount up 'to '. '..'.' '. $4 98 Men's work clothes such as Overalls, Jumpers and work Pants and Shirts all go in this great Sale at a great early buyers will getthe biggest bargains. S3 come sacrificeyo2 early if want to get some of the great bargains. Remember we have about 10,000 yards of Remnant goods 'such as Cahcoe Ginghams Suitings, Percals, Cambrics. price. When we say Remnants we mean no scap pieS Jot than 3 yards in a piece, all in one piece of goods. You aU wK' usand you kn onW&f $3'50 Ladies'' .' for SheS 'n Patent Leather r' Vici. in lac!1'38 IT"5.01'. .... ... lS i ;i The last appeal. We have told you the plain straight old fashion truth. We want you to come and see, let your eyes judge. Ladies' bring your boys and their father and see that they fit themselves out properly from head to foot. All must be oM in the time we mention in this ad The whole D. Reed bought too many goods. Now the day of reckoning has come, the Entire. Stock without limit and story is that J. without reserve doomed and must go. Just come, be on hand Saturday morning, let nothing prevent your coming. Every single item of the New York goes on sale. Any old get it all out quick in 10 days. price to Free Trip to Hart ford. Railroad fares refunded, to purchases amounting to $20 within the radius of 25 miles. So buying tickets at your station, get your agent to givo you a receipt for the amount y5u have paid and your money will be refunded abTho Now York Store, YORE STORE J. D. Notice! Men's and Boy'sStraw Hats from 9c up to 48c, wrth kubl tlw .money, also Ikb.v Cuiw from 15c up to ' i REED.Proprietor S?sf iff j' i RARjFpRp, Ikentucky; IK 39c, al( 'Sale, dwtkli Grwt Spring