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The Hartford republican: April 7, 1911 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 hao1911040701_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: April 7, 1911 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 'f, V i. ?$f Fine Job Work. DEVbTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL "i- - PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY. Subscription $1 per Year No. 3S (JUDGE DENNY PASSES AWAY At His Home in Lexington Tuesday. For Years Republican Leader in Kentucky Figured in Both" VOL. XXIII. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY$ FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1911. heavy, so that the ground is breaking NOW .THAT UPPER BERTH CHAR8ES up in excellent condition, fTlltLs Js DOWN WILL THE COMPANY PUT; one good Indication of a good crop LEAVE THEM OUT ALTOGETHER? this year as it Is of ivery great importance to hlavo a ocd socxl Ihed be" --L. f fore (planting. "The ..waoti' iwaather in'Fcibmrary and the first of March followed by the froaaes later has resulted In tho Peach crop being killed and, tho apple crop also will be very light in a gneat many sections of the State. (The damage to ithe other fruit crops can hardly be detexmipod yet" . HAVE IN ALL EYES ARE J3EEN FORCED MORE UPPERS OR ' 1 (MGRESS 0 MMHM Speculations on What Will be Done. Byran is Keeping Close Watch on Affairs at Will Employ 600 More Men. wasted a priceless heritage And time presses us to try to make It good by a renewal, of our forests. "TrOea planted now in places whore there are nono will add to the beauty of the neighborhood and to the wealth and welfare of the future, and I hapo that the children will j)lant and carefully 'cherish trees In tho school yeards and in places along the moads where other things cannot be .grorvn, to the end that we shall havje trees growing for the future usefulness, for beauty, and tor health and to help In tlto storage of water. t k fy t j Evansvllle, Ind., April 4. Tho new Good Talent. addition to the Louisville and NashState and National Politics. On last Thursday night a large auville railroad stoops at Howell, this dience was splendidly entertained at f. , Washington, D, C, March 3t. The county, will be completed In a few tho Bean Opera House, by a company Lexington, Ky., April 4. Judge Geo, jm&tdonal Congress Is again In session ddys and their completion wjll mean. of local talent from Calhoun, in the Denny, who .was for many yejarsoiyrf present administration. Specu- the employment of 600 additional of the. play entitled "Uncle Rube." The peo- of the most prominent lation as to what Congress will do is men. Republican lea ple have a splendid show and every ers of Kentucky, died varied. It la thought that the admlnla at his home 305 character was portrayed In almost South Mill street, In this Disgusted With Civilization. tratlon .would be more than pleas city, toperfect form. "Uncle Itube" was the night at S o'clock. ed if thefOoncs3 would ratify the Ho had suffered Washington, April 5. 'Disgusted ' most lntonesttng character, and .while a stroke of paralysis . BH rrZ reciprocity agreement wltth Canada with the shams and failures of civiyears every person deserves special mention ago, and death was ewera! but the Democrats who lization, Chief Yukooman, of ithe Hop! due to this, air. Gary, who represented "Umcl-- complicated with a recent now control the lower house have a tribe of Indians' ofxAr!zona, came to attack of Rube" displayed much more than or pneumonia. While paralysis mucn more amDiuous program ana the White House to ask the .President had mad. dinary talent. There was some mis- him a cripple and d, Indeed there are tariff reforms that to allow his tribe to go back to their he understanding about the snow com- courageously combatted cannot be enacted too soon. IThe former way of living. the inroads of 4 ing to Hartford, and .very little time the disease, and Period betwoen tho adjournment on until a few weeks Aa .nendwred, by an interpreter, his for advertising. If our neighbors ago actively attended to his law practhe 4th of March and the 4th of April speech was as follara: will come back again we assure them tice and wias a familiar figure has been full of Interest. The sudBradUy In Chicago New. upon "Oh, great white father, my people they iwill hava doubb the number pres tho streets. . 'ii1 den mobilization af the army and want to live as in the days of the ont to saa their performance. For the past month, however, he Its establishment of ,tba border has modlclna man, before the ji'aleface BOY SCOUTS ARE LOVE MORE had been confined to his home, and been of discussion took away from us the things that the subject as It was known he was steadily Inspection Co. "H." throughout the length and breadth of were ours. We don't want schools ORGANIZED HERE THAN WEALTH Every mopibor of Co. H, 3rd Inft., sinking, his death was not a surprise the land. The 'Ullnrate purpose of the and school teachers. We want to live administration is not known, but pre as wo wish, to "roam fr.je without the K. S. O., is required to attend Inspec- to this community or to his numerparation for any emergency Js tho white man always there to tell us tion April 13th, 1911. it will be nec- ous friends throughout the State. Judge Denny was highest wisdom In national affairs. what iwe must- do, and what we can,-n- Boys are Taking Great Interest BjUnji, Gives up Million Rather essary to report not later than 2 Lick, Garrard county, born at Paint, May 11. 1S4S. It Is reported that a large contingent do." o'clock p. m la order to obtain the in It Of Great Benefit force now on the Mexican border will iPinesldenit Taft told the chief that new equipment and prepare for the He was. graduated from Centre Colleg ' "Than Renounce Sweet- Jiall In a fow, days for Honolula. It the Indians must accept, civilization. Inspection which will be held at 7:30 In 1868 and began reading law in 1 to Eevery One. ; . the office of Judge George R. Mc- -' UoV- -; ' ,' la kniawn that American interests in heart. p. in. For Saleg' Mexico diemand a strong American ,who fall to respond on .this date Koe at Lancaster. In 1S69 he enter--- ', All force near that perturbed territory. will bo reported to the Adjutant Gen ed. the Senior class of the Loulsviller Realty y York, For several weeks the larger cities New March 30. "I care not eral. The Commanding officer Js very Law School and was graduated in It Is expected that, there will be Co., addJWon'fto-WaWordWill sell ' been giving much jio little presidential electioneering at $50 each on "long time,-o- r will sell have organization of the attention to tSr, rbur gold! Once again, and this anxious to have the attendance 100 February, 1870. the Boy Scouts, is final; I shall .stay besides tho girl In November, 1870, he marrladMlsa; and maneuvering in Washington dur- in bunch for ?J,QQ0 cash. Address. per cent. JAMES M. DaWEESE, The smaller towns ana now beginning for' 'whom my heart' boats. ing the present iextra session. It is I iwlll MAPLES, Commanding the Company,. Mary Durilap, daughter of the Hon.-- . 'S...S.. ' to be organized and Hartford Is one never":part from Clarie, even though George W. Dunlap, of Ianeaster. significant that the Bryan Influence 35tf Qwensboro, Ky. of the cities In which ihe organlza- - i have to go to work." His, first vote .was cast in. August has been considerably strengthened in Uon has been made. PICKS KENTUGKMN for the Republican' ticket, alTiwt sounds meiodraraatIC( but both Rouses of Congress, both by Mr. Kmeil Woodward became Inter-- 1 that as though nearly all of his associations; it may. It is a aultd faithful elimination and addition since March DEDICATION OF esbod In the movement and has taken version of .what Henry Du Bocq He ranalnrad a 4th. Many af his frlond3 haniebeen said FOR HEAD OF SERVICE were Democratic me staunch supporter of the Republican added ore no longer In power in Was LINCOLN MEMORIAL city, maiier up wjtn uie ooys .01. mis to his aunt. Mrs.- Cannlna Du Bocq, between the ages of 12 and. 18. ia Belleclalre Jlotel vesterdav nvhan, party and its principles until 'his ington. It Is not thought that Mr. . n rilrl Nonn Vk.nl. m ntnH t W r, tt 4 t. .I11 u..M death. liYB oiiuueu sue wanted to take him back to San Hitchcock Bryan expects to do tmane than influ' .Shakes up Railway Jn 1870 bo wa3 elected on ence the nomination of a Democratic Secretary Richard Lloyd Jones ness to Join. The good to be derived Domingo and her ?1,000,000 estate, to the Refrom the iBoy Scouts Is beyond eatl- - which he was heir, publican ticket County Judge of Gar-- ', candidate. It Is thought that he faMail Service in Lively matlon for It teaches the boys manyj The girl is Miss Claire Mulclaire, rard county. At the expiration hf hi vors Wilson of New Jersey It Is at Historic Farm June 3 useful things they otherwise would twenty years .old, of No. 373 Bergen term as County Judge he was elected' Style. known that ho does not favor Harnever learn. The object is to (train ' street, Brooklyn. Her hero is twen-th- e Commonwealth's Attorney of the Probable Date. mon of Ohloj Champ Clark the Demboys along miliatry linos, as well Eighth Judicial district, winning over e. ocratic Speaker baa been talked of Washington, March 31. Postmast- the Democratic candidate by 777 voas along awlmmlng, xunnlug, boating, When Henry- - was eighteen years ol as a persldentlal possibility, but he so Hodgenvllle, Ky., April 5. Every- saving lives in every way, and hun his aunt", plaoed him In tho home of er General Hitchcock made a dozen tes, while Judge Mike Owsley, the' has talked so much himself and Aurlllo Gonzales at No. 7CG Flatbush drastic changes In the railway mail Democratic candidate for Imprudently in his long and mediocre thing in the way of arrangements for dreds of other splendid things. Circuit' (Before a member is promoted it Is avenue. Brooklyn. completely ireorgan-izin- g Judge was elected by a majority of the dedication of the momonial buildpollfcclal career that it is doubtful If He went to the service that department with Theodore 1,700 votes. he will be considered as an available ing on tho Lincoln Farm, near here, necessary to not only know how to Boys' High School and later to New Ingalls, of Kentucky, at its head as has 'begun, and with ithe arrival of do certain things, but ithey havia to York Dental College. But It was reIn 1884 he was sent as a delegate candidate by those of tho party with superintendent at a salary of 4,0()0 from the Eighth congressional district whom Judgment .pre.va.lls. La Follette Richard Lloyd Jones things will be actually perform tbo feat. They are ported to her that he was neglecting detenml-natlon- n. required to know how to cook .when his studies, so Mrs. Du Booq came to yearly. to tho National Convention of Wisconsin Js much talked of as pushled with much zeal and at The changes were made Hitchcock Chicago. He was one of James G. ' Mr. Jones, who Js secretary out camping; how to prepare birds take him home. probable Republican nominee for the the presidency, and the race now Is of the Lincoln Farm Association, wit for eating, are roqulned to rum a mile She bought tickets here for last said, after a careful Investigation Blaine's counsel In the famous lisupposed to He between him, Taft heaquarters In New York City, said In a. specified, time and other require- Wednesday's steamer and sent her lu which showed .that the ralhvay mall bel suit against the Indianapolis Sengage aboard. But Henry showed his service is suffering greatly from poor tinel. Iu that year he moved to Lexand Roosevelt Senator .Lia Follette the exact date for the dedication had ments for promotion. While the official notice of the Hart smiling face elsewhere. The police management and lack of supervision. ington where he had since made his not beeni ' determined, but he said "3 conspicuous for his criticism of June 3 had bsen favorably mentioned ford, orgalzantlon has not been re detectives next day corralled him at Theodore Ingalls, new general super home. the .transfer of the army to the Mex intendent, is regarded as a highly He: also said the list of sneakers avIU ceived from the National Jleadquar-ter- s, In 1888 he went as a delegate-a- tth home of his love. ican border. Ho denounces it as unyet 'the boys hero are going inYesturday morning his aunt told trained postal official. He began his large from, Kentucky to the Republinecessary and as an extravagant iwaste be ready Jn ten days. It Is probable postal work In the railway mail aerv- - can National Convention to the work with much ouergy and him that his choice lay bebween love at Chicago-whicof public funds, but it is probable that 25,000 persons will attend the deare planning great things for the sum and gold; that If he would not return loa and passed through Its several nominated Benjamin Harrison figures will demonstrate that dication of the memorial hall. that the grades. Subsequently he was super- for President of the United Mr. Jones, after driving to the farm mer. Mr. Woodward is (enthusiastic with her she would disinherit him. States. the army can be as easily maintainsurviving the building and over the proposltloni but it is diffi tby Rto Qrande as at the and "I choose- - the girl?" exclaimed the intendent of malls In the Louisville He was a member of the notification ed along I postotfcle. give much time to youth. committee and stumped the State in various stations frqm whloh it was grounds very closely stated that he cult for him to Harrison's ibchalf. In 1894 Judgo Den to-dMrs. experience of was very much .pleaded with ithe pro the work It Is Blncerely hoped that returns alone. entrained and surely ithe Baptist Church. the Boy Scouts will continue to grow ny was tho Republican candidate for mobilization and the exercise of camp gress which had been imade. Mr. Jones paid a high tribute to the in our, city for there is no .'doubt Ad Brought Results in one Day. Prof. FJelden will moat his singing Congress from the Seventh district. life cannot do otherwise than- Imwomen- of the Lincoln League in the as to the good it will do the boys. Dundee,1' ky., April 1, Hartford, Re-- class Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. His opponent, W. C. Owens, of Scott s. prove tho efficiency and Sunday School session at 9: 45 o'clock county, the Democratic candidate, was work which they had. accomplished In publclan,?Har.tford, Ky. enerOf a force doubtless Notice. macadamizing the public square at elected by a majority of only 101 voGentlemen: You need not insert Dr. E. W. Ford Supt vated by long Inactivity. fThere was Anyone having claims against the my advlsetoent I had this week an this pta.ee and ithe pretty and artistic Morning worship at 11 o'clook tes. Judgo Denny contested the electho same necessity tor moving the estate of Thomas Maddox, deceased, other time. The first Issue sold my theme of semrou, "Petitionary Pray- tion, but lost tho contest. 'He was army that tliene was In the last yearl plat that onclosod the. Lincoln monument which occupies the center of the should file same with, me, property sow; and .pigs. I sold them to Hen- er" again a delegate to the Republican of Roosevelt's administration to send proven on, or before May 1, 1911, or ry PIrtleUhis morning. Enclosed you Evening worship Jit 7:30 o'clook, convention which nominated Wllllan world, square. the navy to sea and round the Mr. Jones will return to Now York they will beionever barred. MoKinley for President Jn 189C. and will find another advertisement to theme of Sermon, "Lot's Wife." and poslbly other reasons that Sena" A. M. SMITH, Admr. Young people's meeting in the Bara he again stumped the State in behalf Just as eoon as he has planmad all Insert In your next issue. tor La Follette and soma Dthdna haw arrangements McHenry.Ky. ca roon at C:30 o'clock. for the dedication at ,; of the presidential nominee. Yours truly, not yet found out. 1 tho farm. The public invited to worship with W. S. DEAN. iTbere is much speculation faith The Face at the Window. Freeze not Damageing. us. J. W. BriUNER. Pastor. rofereaco to coming- - lK"glslatlan and The Jlartsford Player's Club save a Fortune Hidden in Log. Rogers, Ark., March 29. A. ' cold Governor Designates Date for Arto the length of time that Coagness Farmer Cuts His own Throat. most excellent rendition of the play Tampa, Fla., April 4- -J. bor Day. J. Abbott, wave followed a rain and windstorm will foe In extra session. It may be entitled "The Face at the Window" Tampa Northern hwo last night- - and the .tharaoawter Owenjsboro, Ky April W. iFrankfortj Ky.,, March 31. GoverII. that thre will not ba an adjourntnen mai! closrk on the y Angmou nor Wlllaon on Tueaday Issued in went down to twoaty-elg- ht Cecil!, aged .flfty-elg.The situa railroad, .was arrested here prominent before a large crowd at the Bean a a until late la tho summer Opera House last Friday evening. A tion is .full of tatencBt and xnotattcon connection iwlth the dle&ppcaraaGa of above zero, and there was mueh ice proclamation designating Friday Octo farmer of the Whitesvlllo Neighbor- uumbor of song hits were rendered a tweket. sunjMeed to contain $10,000 and frost thie morning but the freeze. ber 37, as Arbor pay or Kentucky hood, committed suicide early this la on tiptoe a wUIu. events. eaeugh to do aay dam and urges iite observance by planting morning by cutting his Juglar tveln and the entire program was Interspersfrom a registered raail pouch (between waa.not,isev ed with good music. Each and every this city and Tarpon Springs, on age to or apples.' FcackM art KiM. of tneataad, other suitable exercises. with a barlow, knit. He (was found member of tho home company disfor the oomiBg April The CsWitor's proclamation huadred 4aHar month March M, Thtrty-two- J fol- in the meat house on bis place by FfaaWort, Ky.,viA$rll 4,-of the aBiouat, lost has beea PtJeover-e- orop are the best ton fifta-jwarslihis son. Ill health is the cause as- played real talent. It la the intenlows: wp xwxi of the Sutoau of & tion of thie club to give frequent &)dv post-offiiiueetoni aw en to Atodl oilil tnnah ur a turn am sJlLiml Labor asd gtaUatlM for the "The .date .has been changed from signed for the man's deed. . .. playe la the future and we trust those '"' ..i. two othem believ4 to be the tmilejf nymtfa of ManA ollws:r the sprkg to the, fall because the deyouus people will iwceive the hearty; Fw Sal. Woman Swallows Poison. partment ban been advised by those wealth er durln the tmoa. of oooneatal with the heR. About: is "TIm. Five-roocottage .with 6 aerea who are esperteaoed let planting trees Henderson, Ky., April 4. Mrs. Fint cooperation of our cRizeas. Maneh baa been favorable for farm the iBa to wboee custody the mall poueh was oawtgaed at itoe Tamp of laad, ia HaHtend, Ky., Goad Oxwa a dal and that the trees are more likely to Koorabe, wife of a farmer living aiear work. There has Hogs For Sale. aad a well of aeyr-(al- l. live waea tra&spkuited in the fall Dixie this county, took ipoke root Jate of plowing don, sohw ooaiiHUHJWwa townlaals. T&ree Full Stock Poland China AeeonJMM to offiolaU, be money lag water., 7C pr oeat of the geou&d UM,. than Intiie ,aprtag. and it isjteared she will not Boar Pigs,, and Two Full tek wae biddea ia a hollow log jwarliook FOR SAJJttwWveoa aekageMn tlTbo attentioa, of our people is live until morning. A auesoager who broke up. CMaa Sows. Ten do law eaea ,'-- : sailed te-,- 5 (winter baa vlUe, where k was teviad by a' wan Hartfowl, Ky. Prlee W. "The wdntoll dirla the iaartanee of rwMwlng went to Dixie to summo a pfayetetaji will buy the Boar PJ99. A. C. YHiSBR ft CO., mtttiaLoMt ia kaaa Uke Sttttll Wata oaaed Honue alter his do ba4 okas the genera; ift of trees iwWch was did not know why the woman awal-tqwW. S, DHAN, 3SM been e4 a mbWt tato Um Uh. HaeMMj Ky. but w the portfaa'pf KeaUcky. We have the peteeai la eo4 HKE DtuuLi. KV . .'F , ington. HvnKfHR9LHHi SSSPBBH afcro semi-invali- ot l . . Forty-oIcP'ass- . I - 1 lueH-.wuiiu- h ' Dir-.ljo- cq '$ ay - jssprlt-du-corp- ... 4,-- to-da- ht strMw-Biftrrie- s Tbe re, d, oe m Kt rportg pte ht Po-te- ad 1 !,. otto. at A., ed v . SPRING OPENING SALE! w " i a ; t REMEMBER lu i AT THE Our Store. is Open Every Evening Until 9 O'clock P. M. NEW YORK STORE REJO, J. D. Fi"oiDx-ie:tor- - New York Store Located Across the Street from Thomas Bros'. Grocery Store, Main Street. Also notify your friends and neighbors of this : : NEWYORK STORE HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. GREAT SALE. This entire stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Millinery, Ladies Ready Made Skirts and Waists, Ribbons, Trunks and Valises must go. It is not choice, it is compulsion. We have bought too many goods and our creditors must have their money, no matter what the loss of 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. Beginning Saturday Morning, April 1, Rste! Extra Specials. yards of the very best Calico, such as the American, Simp40c son and the Calcuta brands for only 7c and 8c Apron Ginghams in the following colors.Blue, Red, Pink and Brown checks, at per yard. 5ic 10 Ladies' Ready to Wear Department. Exquisite New spring Hats is just what we are showing this season. Ask any woman who has visited our Millinery 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 thi3 sale for- . . Ladies' Sailors in Blacky White, Blue and Green. Our $1 quality, we have a big line to show you, your choice during this sale for . ... 48c Ladies' Sailors in Black and 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 fine Lace or Embroideries, your choice 79c 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 96c. 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 Latost 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 all the 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 $1.69 $1.50 Warners Rust Proof Corsets 94c 50c and 75c Corsets 43c ..-.94c Men and Boys Ready to wear De- partment. only $3.98 $10 Men's Suits in Gray Mixed Stripes, the' better Brand Clothing made up for high class trade, but we got these Suits in now, they are the regular $15 Clothing, your choice . . . $6 93 $18 Men's Suits in Blue Serge, Coat and Pants or whole Suits they are really made to retail at $22.50 per suit.but we happened to run across a few of the better brand clo thing and while we have got them they are yours for $9 48 $20 Men's Suits are up to date in styles and workmanship in all the latest colors and designs, your choice $11 98 $2.50 Boys Knee Suits on Russians Blouse with Belts attached sizes from 3 to 9 in all colors for only . ." 33 $3.50 to $4 Boys Knee Suits with Knickerbocker Pants made ' up to date in styles and workmanship, for only $1 98 $5 and $6 Boys Knee Suits with Knickerbocker Pants up to , a minute Styles. Gray and mixed colors, all sizes, only . . . '. $3.69 75c Boys wash Suits, sizes from 3 to 9, per suit 48c $1.50 Men's Pants with side Buckles and Belt straps 94c $2 to $2.50 Men's Pants, all up to date $1.48 $7.50 to $8.50 Men's Suits on Single and Double Breasted Peg top Pants with Side Buckles in the latest make and Stripes, uc.ure,urognamatuieOHQiYipECQionj..Aji:aK.xroyyn,fc. 8c Pink, Blue, Red in checks or plaids, per yard 15c Amoskeag Dress Ginghams in all the latest Patterns and designs, only a few pieces left, per yard 9Jc A very good grade of Bleached and Unbleached Domestic, .' . . 4&c during this entire sale per yard Hope and Lonsdale Cambric a yard wide, the world over you per yard. During this entireSpring have to pay now Opening Sale per yard 9c White Pure Linen Dress goods, Guaranteed Irish Linen 26 inches Wide, 35c quality. During this sale while it last, per yard . . 22c A yard wide Pure White Irish Linen Dres3 goods, 50c quality, as long a3 it lasts only per yard 32c 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 .only per yard 18c 12c Percals and Suitings in all the Latest Patterns. Good for Ladies' and Children's Dresses. We have a big line of these goods. During this entire Spring Opening Sale per yard 9c Pins and Needles lc Ladies' Handkerchiefs 2c During this great Sale Laces and Embroideries will go at nearly half price. So early buyers will reap the advantage. C ... ij .... Men's, Ladies' and Childrens Shoes and Oxfords Department. Men's Shoes or slippers in all the latest makes and styles, our $3.50 quality, the Lion Brand, for only $2 89 Men's work Shoes all solid Leather Guaranteed every pair Your choice while they last in this Great Spring Opening, Our $2.50 quality, per pair $187 Our $2 Ladies Black Swade Slipper, for only $138 $3 Ladies Slippers or Shoes in Patent Leather or Vici, in lace only, all sizes $1 93 $3.50 Ladies Shoes or Slippers, Velvet Tops in button, Black- - ' or Tan, or all Velvet Slippers any size $2 28 $1.50 Suit Cases we have a few left . ?78c Trunks from $1.48 worth double the amount up to $1 98 Up-to-Da- te Yd ... i as Cahcoe. Ginghams, Suitings, Percals, Cambrics, Etc., at half price. When we say Remnants we mean no scrap pieces, not less than 3 yards in a piece, all in one piece of goods. You all you bought some Remnants before from U3and you know know what kind you have got, so nuf said. Mens work clothes such as Overalls, Jumpers and work Pants and Shirts all go in this great Sale at a great sacrifice, so early buyers will get the biggest bargains. So come early if vou want to get some of the great bargains. Remember we have about 10,000 yards of Remnant goods, such 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 sold in the time we mention in this ad. ' The whole story is that J. D. Reed bought too many goods. Now the day of reckoning has come, the Entire Stock without limit and 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 Store Stock goes on sale. Any old price to get it all out quick in 10 days. We E The last appeal. V. Free Trip to Hartford. Railroad fares refunded to pur- chase amounting to $20 within the radius of 25 miles. So buying tickets at your station, get your agent tojrive you a receipt for the amount ), YORE STORE J. D. REED, Notice! Men's and Boy's Straw Hats from 9c up to 48c, worth double the money, also Baby's Caps from 15c up to 39c,' all during this Great Spring Sale. Proprietor i you have paid and your money will be refunded at The New York Store. HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY. . "It Cured My 4 Interesting Notes From Co. H. Co, H. will stand its ndguter an- more to and do woakorjed, euro dung tnouWo itJian ifeollng, ht run-dow- n Back st U j years I have been at intervals a great sufferer fr6m rheumatism. During that twenty-nin- e " For h. f time, no telling how many gallons of the various kinds of liniments and oils I have used and with but little relief. Recently, I was confined to my bed lielp-1iCC T irinA Mnin'fl T inimanf and used it with such satisfactory results that sent for two large bottles, I and I have up to this time used about half a bottle with splendid success." James Hyde, Beebe, White County, Ark. 50-ce- ' at once applied your Alexander, of North Harpswell, Me., writes: "I am a horseshoer and subject to many strains in, my back and hips which has brought on rheumatism in the sciatic nerve. I had it so bad one night when sitting in my chair, that I had to jump on my feet to get relief. I Mr. James Got Ease in Less Than Ten Minutes. r, ' U to the affected part and Sn less than ten minufes it was perfectly easy, I think it is the best of all Liniments." SLOANS LINIMENT Send for Sloan' Sloan's Liniment does hot need any ruDDing. its a powerful penetrant. "Try it for Rheumatism, Sciatica, Sprains, Chest Pains, and Sore Throat. It gives almost instant relief. Price 25c, GOc, nnI $1.00 ot All Dealers. Free Book on Horses. Addreni I ml DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. x . queer . on this rebusiness. It looks as if While tho producing West lis prilling to pay the iprice for the manu- there had been a genearl shuffljf factured articles of the East the far- latch keys and no one able to find mers contend that they ara entitled his own. house. Norwalk (0) Reflecto some consideration in the matter of tor. Protection Lenox Jowa TuineTable, if Canadian reciprocity is made operative, how long will evien those The agricultural West, of which Iowa is the .viery heart and oeniter, can who tMnk ithey ,want It be satisfied only regard the proposed reciprocity with It? Albany Journal. as detrimental to its paramount InAverts Awful Tragedy. terests, The question should not be Timely adviieo given Mrs. C. regarded in dts 'political phase, iwlth of Marengo, Wis., (R. No. hopes o advantage hero or there. It purely bu- 1) prevented a dreadful tragedy and has the serious aspect of a siness proposlKon to Iowa and all saved two lives. Doctors had said her the agricultural west. Foiutanolle frightful cough was a "consumption" A Home Treatment for Lung cough and could do little to help Iowa Observer. Trouble. her. After many .remedies failed, her aunt ursed her to .take Dr. King's It is a rocogniized fact that fresh - When we buy cotton goods to the Neiw Discovery, have iheen using It air, plenty of nourishing food and a amount of on dolalr, tho fanner gets for some time, "i wrote "and the cornoat constitutional treatment sirehae com27 cents, the transportation ewiful cough has almost gone, it also 7 cents, the English- - manupanies saved, my little boy when taken with facturer 33 cents and the government a saver bronchial trouble." This QQ rfinntD In wlitln wHli lii ' matchless machine has no oqual for Texas the entire dollar .would remalfn throat and lung troubles d'rloe DOc wjth us. Texas Commercla Secretaries and fl.OO. Tlrlal .bottle free. GuaranAssociation. m teed by all druggists. -- , Reciprocity Echoes. Is there any reason why tha farmers of the West should be forced Xo compete with Canadian, farm produce white the manufacturers of the East are protected from foreign comipetl-Uo- n in their manufactured, products? Not a bit of it. If th.3 Insurgents are bound to have let's d liave Free Trade, and not this discrimination' against itiie farmer. "What is sauce for the goose is eauce for the gander." Fqnlda Iowa Journal. Free-Trad- e, undrr-hande- agailnst reciprocity in the Senate, declared himself in favor of it in 190C. But no bill was pending at that time, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, A lot of Insurgents are about as as you make them. fTliey have been asking for Canadian reciprocity and a revision of the Tariff downward, and .now that they have a chance to get it they aro afraid to vote for it Estherville la. Vindicator. InconsJs&ent ' i-- .'. toome . - Deu-Cello- - ... ciprocity nual Inspection Thursday April 13th. Tho Inspecting officer will bo 1st ,A constitutional troatmont to moot Went' lAvtrgHo h. CitaIr, of tho 1TJ.1 G?j aUfiho noeeesnry rtyruiromonW, must Army, Thla will bo the most rigid ot or.,ly kill and remuvo nil thedls-eae- o InsptcMon jvr required of the Comgerms from tho system, but at pany.tj& amo time it must Inxjrtnse the Tha 'Comtnuiding officer has tqZ aWoUtt, add In digestion and ossiinl- oently received IT large boxes' from jatwn of food, cerovata and build up tho Stnto Areenal containing1 tho nec- thgj nervous system and all pants of essary equipment to outfit 64 men, Ihbbotly. which is the maximum. Germinal rtemody moets all these The Company is ordered to assem- riulreimwi.ts and la producing some ble ott Saturday April 1st. at 7 p. in. rnsiwa results at 'which time it Mil toa reorganized you have consumption dn amy anil the vacancies existing of uioou are uisease; if you LAguU iinn Officers filled, troubkd with ulcers or. dironlc Chas. W. Di3W?es, who was former- soros, coughs, pains in the chest; If ly a Sergeant In the company, but you have weak lungs and feci gen jvcently appointed to tho Modical erally run down and weak, write tho Corps with rank of First LI ou tenant, Ohio Medical Co., Box 95, Columbus, will be present to mako the physi- Ohlo and they will send you a full cal examination of any new mtmibsrs sized bottle of tills medlolno fthso- who 'may enlist. Caipt DeWecso .will luiMy free, as a trial, if you will also be present mention the name of The Hartford Company "H" Is ibadly In. nsed of Republican. 35Ui. a drill hall and proper store rooms large amount of equipment for the It has. The State Is endeavoring' to TIME IS NEEDFUL, have armories furnished for the dlf lie that lacks time to mourn ferent organizations and in view of lacks time to mend. this Capt. Paul iB. .Malone, of tho U. ( Eternity mourns that. 'Tla an fc' III cure S, Army, will shortly visit Hartford For life's worst Ills to have no for the purpose of securing an arv time to feel them. mory. Where sorrow's held intrusive The annual rifle shoot "will iba held and turned out. May, iwlth Capt. Johni W. Uarton, of There wisdom will not enter nor Calhoon, executive ranige offioorj A E true power range Is to be secured Immediacy Nor aught that dignifies human-ity- . and two Aiken double targets will be placed. This will unable tho Sir Henry Taylor. men. to tiro much faster than during last yiear when only one target was used. The members of the company It's Equal Don't Exist. No one has ever made a salve, will be ordered on the range by details of about 25 men toch day, and ointment or balm to compare iwlth those complttlng the course will be Bucklkn's Arnica Sale, It's the ono entered upon tho payrolls ifor tiwo perfect healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bruises, Safes, Scalds, Bolls, Ulcers, days service. m -' Ecz?ma, Salt Rhum. For Sore Eyes, Do Ghosts HauntSwamps. ' Cold Sores, Chapped Hands or Sprains No, never. Its foolish to fenr a Try It Only 23c at all druggists, m fancied evil, when there are repl and deadly perils to guard against fn swamps and marshes, bayous, and low HYPOCRISY. lands. Thesia are the malaria germs While charges of lnconslsten- cy, maladministration and graft that cause ague, chills and f ovist, weak ness, aches In the bones and muscles are occupying public attention, it may be pertinent to remark and may induce deadly typhoid. But that the political crime of tho Electric Bitters destros and casts present decade is not larceny, out these vicious germs from the but hypocrisy. Job E. Hedges. blood. "Three bottles drove "all the malaria from my system," wrote iWm. Fretrmell, of Lucania, N. C. "and I've had finj health ever since." Us-- this Texas Woman Near Death. safe, sure rvmady only COc at all drugWills Point, Tex. In a letter from Li gists, m Wills Point, Mrs. Victoria Stalllngs says: "I was afflicted with womanly The South Has Learned Some- - troubles, had a dreadful cough, and awful pain. I certainly suffered thing. wfllil. haya dled.jf I had not been The fact is that, in spito" of tho action of the House Democratic cau- relieved by talcing Cordul. Now I cus, the .Democratic South is no ilonge am stronger and in better health, thai I ever was in my life. I can't say half a unilt in support ol the Calhouh-iCab- enough for this medicine." Do you den Idea. During the last thirty yeais you. It has learned a good deal of (KJlltieal need relief? Cardui will help Try it for your womanly troubles. Its economy by the opperatlon of the B-policies for which the Republican par age is Its guarantee. It euros ty has consistently stood sine it was organized. And, when tho, final test AFFLICTIONS. comes, as it is likely to come .within Though all afflictions arc evils Xqw years, It will douSbtless a be In themselves, yet they are good found that, much as the Democratic for us because they discover to South reveres tho doctrines forwhicli us our disease and tend to our Its fathers stood St values tho proscure. Tillotson. perity of the sons even mono. Brooklyn1 Times. 1 3 other forms of treatment torn- - H Yjl jcccNc?es?JW' Tho Kind You Ilnvo Always Bought, and which has heen in use for over 30 years, has homo tho elgnaturo of nnd has been mndo under Ills ncr- sonnl supervision slnco its lnfnncy. y7-- C&vf. All Counterfeits, Experiments that trillo vlth nnd endnnger tlio health of Infants mid Children Experience against Experiment. Imitations nnd " Just-as-goo- d" aro but What is CASTORIA Casioria is n harmless substitute, for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic Mibstancc. Its ngo is its guarantee. It destroys Worms nnd allays Fcverlshncss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Slother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA rJ Bears tho Signature of ALWAYS The Kind You Bare Always Bought In Use For Over THC CtNTAU COMPANY, TT MUHMAV Wi tTRCET, NCWVOHK CITY. 30 Years. FavtS Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers' search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Greeley was formerly. Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such had full charge.of the U. S. Patent Office. Cook on patents. "Hints to inventors." "Inventions needed." "Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model for GREELEY &M9INTIRE m)) l INCORPORATED Washington, T M T. C ' Style by Reading McCalPs McCU'. MAGAZINE WISDOM. - J!-- f CnvA MnnAV nnrl Kpn in Wisdom for a man's self Is In many branches thereof a depraved thing. It Is the wisdom of rats that will be snre to Icare a house some time before It fall; it Is the wisdom of the fox that thrusts out the badger who digged and made room for him; it Is the wisdom of the crocodiles that shed tears when they would devour. Bacon. It ' strl-islil- Magazine and Using McCall Patterns holp you M.f.iiaiwlll dress y expense by keeping you postcil on tbo lalcu fashions In at a modcrato clothe, and hats. 50 New Fashion Deslens In each Issue. Also aluahlo Information on all homo and per-tonOnly matters. LOo n year. Including a freo pattern. Sub- - , How's This? Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Re- Gives Aid to Strikers. Sometimes liver, kidneys and bowels i VBHBBBEa - trtrv ' i Southenr Protectionist who voted the Democratic ticket in. serene confidence that Republican policies 'will h m inn anvhaw. .will hava io came out In tho oiwn in 1912. Alabama Inon Louisiana sugar and Georgia have .been, saved from by Republican votes, but these States can not always count on the defeat of what they voto for, fTrenton State Free-Trade Kill the Fly, Now? Get your if ly killer out and bo ready to BWa flrat ono ot wlthla mr reach' De" that "" clare a war of extermination and, ut ter aamdhilation against these iene-rullof the health, peace and haippl-nts- a of thie human, family. lum-bo- x WJ If vNcf On. Pill. thca Easy. es j W, Gazette. f Kt For Infants and GhildreB. The price oif eggs has dnopped to a very low ipolnt, Ibufc no ona Usfblaming Ti KM Ym Han Always Vet, when egaawere It to th Bears the away up, because all the ham had quit laylrae and last Bummer's emrerty Signature of 'y4a in cold storage, no ono thought of blaming anything Ibut the Tariff Operation Thought Inevitable. 'or tho hlfc price of hen fruit. Farrls, Tex. In a letter from this 'Blnehajroon Republican. place, Mary Hitman, says: "I was ' If rol(proclty with Canada, Is such confined o my bed for three moafaha, fgood thing it will Ibo a good tMg with womanly troubles and during agony. Iwith vry ottwr nation. Ihy not thie time suffered untold ln- - j ad done with the whole The doctor said an operation polo. Oplnton. vtt&ble. I tried Clardui. iNow I am', hBitouKT-a,uda tt well, and able to dp a grg pari of . fHWMT8 of the iWst strongly my work." Thousands pt Jlwitee have Te fear t'hat the wwlproeky rose hides testified to the benefit obtained trom toe lni. Aloa-V- y Cwdui, the woman's tonic. It pro a ibwieh ot tlwi TarJ-fif- . "' CASTOR I A Th What Pill ? Why, a Dr. Miles' && W tofti Anti-Pai- n Pill, of course. Good for all kinds of pain. Used to relieve Neuralgia, Headache, Nervousness, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Kidney Fains, Lumbago, Locomotor Ataxia, Backachc,,Stomachachc, Periodical Pains of women, and for pain in any part of the body. "I haveiwcdDr. Mllet' medioinei for over la yeui and find them excellent. I keep Br. Milt' Aatl-Pl- n Pills in the house all Ike time and would Bet think ol taking a ietirney without them, no matUcbon, Wt a dUtaace I an gomg. I cauet prake then ewweh." 63 High 1 Fretr-Trad- e Mo J Mis Lou M. Churchill. St, Feaaeeek, N. 11. (Mo.) tV Capital. jSeaAtor ,Oumlns, jRL jmA 'tb iwho to sMBdPUr th Yeats UBaecessary (womanly ipalaeand builds up woMwwly strength. It is a etad true tonic. Ity It H wHl help B-- 9 ght you, At all druwlaia. & de MH.ES MEBICAL CO., Etksart, Ind. dc ;.- v natural aid and gently compel proper We, the undersigned, have known P action. Excellent health soon .follows. J. Cheney for the last 15 yeais, and Try thiem 25c at all druggi&ts. in In believe him perfectly honorable all business transactions, nnd financially ablo to carry out any obligations made by his finn SELF RELIANCE. WAX.DING, K1NXAN & MARVIN, By thine own soul's law learn to Wholcsalle Druggists, Toledo, O. live. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken InAnd if men thwnrt thee take no beod, ternally acting dlrttly upon the blood McCALL PATTERNS Celebrated for style, perftct St, simplicity and And if men hate thee have no andmuoous surfaces of the system. reliability nearly 40 years. Sold In nearly care. every city and town In the United States and 73c. Testimonials sent free. I'nloe Canjda, or by mall direct. More (old than Sing thou thy song and do thy per. bottle. Sold by all Druggists. any other make. Send lor lice catalogue. deed; MeCALL'S MAGAZINE iTaki Hall's Finally WHs fox fcon- More subscriber than any other fashion Hope thou thy hope nnd pray stlpation. magazine mllUon a month. Invaluable. LaU in tby prayer, est styles, patterns, dressmakl"", millinery, plain sewing, fancy needlework, halrdresling, And claim no crown tbey will etiquette, pood ttortcs, etc. Only CO cents a not give. year (worth double), Including a free pattern. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy. REAL SERVICE. -J- ohn G. Whlttier. WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS And he gave It for his opinion to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue and new cash prize often. Address that whoever could make two IDE HcCAU. CO, 33 1 o MS W. J7th Si. NCW YOSK ears of corn or two blades of Nasal Catarrh, an inflamatidn ot grass to grow upon a spot of tho delicate membrane lining the nlr ground whero only ono grew beassages, is not cured 'by any mixture fore would deserve better of talcea into tho stomach. Don't wasto mankind and do more essential service to his country than the tlmo oti thufui. Take Ely's Cratn BUCKBCCS BULBS SUCCEED! ' 'whole race of politicians put toDaltn through the nostril, jo that gether. Swift ESPECIAL OFFER: A1 fevered, swollen Issues anereach- tho IImIbcm. rMdta bmlld Newperuunut trial HAtlaf avrtloA a ed at onoe. Never mind? how long you rLnmtir.will mk you miATaUiLfiod.oz cut 1' sour mnnuw fiinlAil. Jiave suffered nor how often you liaro ... Helpless as a Baby. "I '"" w know Rly'a ilia ii ii ii been disappointed, 1 UU, trubk liU, SdUu, rMUS, ffrtM IM-VaHey Heights, Va. lire. JonnlaB. Cwam Balm is tho remedy you should lliidlL B...di..Cw...Ckl ..!... a.w.., lnm, 1 Mudtau, Tll, Tubl4 twi KJjbyj' in a letter from Oils plaoj, use, ,All ' druggists, 50c. Mailed by u4 ru.! ri!, ouk IW.U Tollr, him iw ijiiui, slys: ill was. elck in bed for nine Ely Bro., 56 wanren ritreat, kbw ' UUAKiKTKKB TO PLK1HR Paptr I Mealloa tblt Writ Uf4ay m4&4, "with womanly- - troubles, I York. ABND3H CL21NXM toNMMtHta4HiUM4NplMlfilHUiiUiitU . whs so weak and helpless, at Iknea, I I ttXU WtUN i. my kklllwUMel. jMtnMlf cewMsAt ratee my head off tix& piWow John AV.- - SielJateiaKb, Greensboro, M " trlM VMM NNMM NI1NI TTfJMTItT",fil" 1 'emnBced to take Oardul, immI I Pa tin it tlirvj. nhlLl'r.Mi ntul U'kJmosf I IJ0lM t tiufjnmi MUiHHmsi hii PMXwir tmnimm isinji " miwi Ihey- - freiuMtly 4aku joold. saw 'ft was he)t)Bg me, at onbe. Now chlldrvtt Mfi9 t IHIHHi I omb wwk all day." As a tonic, for "Wo h&vu tried 6.val kind) of cough, lH. -W. BmlAn e79fti, ill. waiwfeB, nothlBfi hae been found medicine." h says, ' .but, hv aevr am jimmA any loUtiy that dld'tfai that would take the found ptaiTef Cardui. Try a bottle good aa Chambwala' CouV Hwly. D-- 8 It'wIH wirely do you good. tu For sale by by all drugjfteu.. seem to go on a strike and refuse to ward for any case- of Catarrh that work right. fTJitn you noud, tho&j cannot ho cured by Hall's Catarrh Dr. pleasant, little strlke-bivakiCure. F. J. CHKNliY & CO., Toledo, King's Xew Life Pills to givo them Ohio. rs for freo sample, copy. . McCII Pttitriu n III enahlnyou tamnko In your own homo, with youronnhnixls.clothlutf for yourself and children v. Iilcli will be iwrtect In style and fit. Trice nono hinhcr than 15 cents Bend for freo I'atterli Catalocuo. Wt W3I Cire Yon Fue Prra.t for cettlnc sub- -' Fcriptiousamonc your friends, bund for freo Trcinlum Catalocuo aud Cash Prlzo Oner. THE McCAIl CCXim. 239 lo249 Wol 37ia S, NEW VORJ trllio Unlay or send f m BULBS' ii Ul iT fii l ta, in 1 l!. TTTI twmmwt T- wwmm m yr, "to-da- )t Mr dK H i el t I ffl! uf R. ft H H I i . h i i 8 1 1'1 ' !' Vr ing th3 county, ipresawt A'aWiber of LACKSMITHING ne lc4Ny consld-oro- d Important qus3tioa by the court and a wWt deal Of to care and thought la belt; glv-jThe Republican Stato Commlttes nt ..40. a meeting held In boufavllle last Sat- - the ques'ion of rod (werMng. A AND REPAIR WORK .22. ' urday has ordered a State convention committee consisting of S. A. Anderson, J. S. Glenn and C. M.Bara2tt to be held in that City, July inn, lor FRIDAY, APIUL. 7. tho Hartford Ear ap4wed bepurposo of nominating a State ticket from the fore the court and .made feugBcstions County Mass Conventions will be he! 4 MMm liwr P.MRNT. loaklng to improvements oa the count .. Tr, j . uuUUv0 ...- - ., In all of the 119 counties on. the house. This coinmiujeo was .appoint we are auinonzeu i The sentiment of moating was prac ed at a nvjattng of tha Ohio CounRepresentative those attending the ty Bar held at tho close of the last ttoo to the office of tically unanimous for an earlier con of Circuit Court, at ftbo sugges" wntlon, but a majority of the y, term " tne subject to the action of the) mpn. tion of Judge Blrkhead. Tw'x plans mittoa decided upon the date Republican party. arw being considered. One to cut off tloned, and there is no very greatJ spaco for three rooms in the end of dlssention because of that selection. the court room now occupied by the The Harden season Is on. Don't let Wo bellevo that It would have been Judge's stand In order to pnovide ad better to havw ientered the field first your song be, "Lay down the shovel Jury room, a room for consu-latlowith a strong platform and a strong list ditional and the hoe." for clients and witnesses, and of candidates, but there are some adIt is saioTthat Admiral Togo is com vantages to ibe gained from holding a room for the use of thia Judga and Ing to Panama. We hope ho wont the convention and making tho nom- clerk. The other plan proposed conaddition to the end of carry the canal back to Japan. inations after the Democratic prima- templates an adry election. The predominant) senti- the court house which would give The people who want safe factories ditional room to the two cjerk's offiSot the girls who work in them, ment among those who visited the ces below and also furnish fireproof should ibe willing to pay more than meeting from various parts of the receptacles for tho valuable records State iwas for O'Rear for governor. 89ctB. for a shirt waist. of tho county, In which ewsry tax ap t The Democrats are about to find Hon. Alvis S. Bennett, Secretary of payer is Interested., out that it is one thing to teach the Republican State Central Commit- - pointed tho following committee to in school and another to set In the tee, is being favorably mentioned by vestigato tho cost of the two plans . to the court at its toads seat and throw peanuts Republicans in all paits of thsStato and Jisport for some position on tho Republican, next session; Judge J. S. Glenn, W. The Mexicans may not fear our ticket to he nominated at the com- S. Tinsley, C. E. Smith and C. M. ivgular army, but If they could s&e ing l" State Convention. Mr. Bennett Barnett. the regimentals of some of our state Ohio County and Is is a native of Notice. militia they would certainly run. one of tho most popular young mien The Board of Trustees of 4 Hartford ' It is said that defective (wiring set with members of all parties mho has College will elect teachers.. for the "The real egg maJlre to the New York state capital. ever grown up In the county. He ensuing year, on Monday, Aiprll 10th., If It had toaen wire pulling, our own has served with gneat distinction in 1911 chines." Eggs from pure at 4 p. m. The list of "teachers jiew state capital would not have es- the House of Representatives and in ibe elected and salary attached Is to bred birds caped the last session of the the State Senate and probably knows as follows: 1st and 2nd. Grades, more individual members of the par$50.00 per imonth; 3rd and 4th, Grades ty In Kentucky, than any other man, When jou buy goods in some dis- unless it Is Senator Bradley. Mr. Ben $50.00 per imonth; 5th, and Gth Grades i tant city that could have been had at nett has been Secretary of the State '$55.00 per month; 7th, and Sth, Grades 3iome you miss tho chance to make Central Committee for a number of $05.00 per month; length of school 9 n business ally in your own town, years and during all that time has 'months. Those desiring to apply for ', who sooner or later may be very use- studiously aolded taking any part positions will please file written application, together with such recomful to you. in any of th-- party contests or bemendations as desired, with the Secmembers of the tween Individual Free delivery at or shipJudge Ed O'Rear has at last anretary of the Board on or before said party for appointive offlcs. He is nounced as a candidate for Goverdate. J. S. GLEiNN, Ch'm'n. ped from Beaver Dam or to committing himself W. S. TINSLEY, Sec. nor and If he is nominated the Doni-ocra- ts also averse any 37t2 effort to secure a or making had 'better take notice that Cromwell, Ky. Send pres Notice to Wheat Growers. tbey have a man to ibeat. Ellzabsrth-iow- n State nomination, because of his ent position withthe committee. How The Wheat Growers Union are recash with order. Prompt News ever, because of the valuable assist- quested to meet with the County attention and a square While tho Republicans do not har- ance which he would be to the State Union, April 8. A good attendance ticket with his thorough knowledge is eanrestly requested. deal assured. monize very well just now, no one should forget that the past two years of politics and politcial conditions In T. H. BALMAIN, Ch'm'n. have been a period of the full dinner every nook arid corner of the state, Marriage Licensed pail, notwithstanding all :he talk ahout it is thought probable that his friend will take the matter up and push his high cost of llvingandthie Pane-Al-dridThe following marriage license havo claims for some one of the places to bcun Issusd from County Clerk Tins- .tariff law. be named at Louisville on July 11th., ley's office since our last issue. At the meeting of the Republican Should his name bo placed bafone R. P. McDaniel, 25, of Beaver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3, State Committee last Saturday, Hon. the convention, as it doubtless will to Prosha Rains, 19,of Rosine. Heavrln, memiber from tho be, this part of the Stfabewill support M. L. BEAVER DAM, KY. L. K. Miller, 25, to Golda Jackson, Ftourth Congressional District, necog-.airl- him without a dissenting voice. Tile 17 both of Livia, Ky. tho almost unanimous wishes Fourth District should havo a pla Dals, 2C, to Mary J. Smith, of the members of the party, voted on the tciket and w know of no Arthur of Hartford. ' 3Sboih to hold a convention In June, and better man than Senator Bennett from N introduced a resolution to that effect. every standpoint New Paper Started. yOhio County Bank, assigned, by SatHowever, tho majority was against We acknowludge receipt of the first urday, tho Gth day of tho regular and a later date was fixfed over tim Mail Carrier Under Arrest. of the Fordsville "Argonaut," a April, 1911, term Ohio Circuit Court Mb protest. Salem, Ind March 31. J. J. Thoim four column, four pags paper that) ha, bIng the 22nd day of April, 1911. y and tomorrow tha Ohio as, who for sixteen jears carried th just been started atFordsllle. Messrs. Given under my hand as Clerk of Wtlbb Willlanison and J. R. Meador the Ohio Circuit Coutt. this April Sth, County Union, A. S. of E. will hold mall between hero and Marlon, K are the editors and proprietors of gn charged, mi Its regular session at the court house. was arrested Copy Attest We trust that representatives Will stealing $1,000 in currency from tl the new paper, which is They E. G. BARRASS. he here from eery part of thie coun- mail pouch Monday. The money w cal and intended for the Salm State Bank liave our best wishes in their ntyw ty as this will be an important Clerk of Ohio Circuit Count affairs of the society need and had been sent from the United field. Pursuant to the abovo order, all in Cincinnati. f parties having claims against tho special attention at this time in States School Notes. Wlwn Thomas reached hero MonOHIO COUNTY BANK, Assigned, are prder that it may be perpetuated for the welfare of the farmers. See to it day he ttpartied that he had been I wish to urge the boys of the coun hereby notified to filo same with the robbed by two masked highwaymen ty who expect to enter the corn con-te- at undersigned Commissioner, at his that your part of the county is to send ime your name at onco. office In Hartford, JCenucky, properwhile on his way herefrom Marion. Yesterday two men, whose nanus I do not cane how many tnto. ly verified, on or bjfore April 22nd, Somie time In the near future tho 1911. Hon. Edwin Morrow has announc- were not made public, delivered the ed that he will also enter the race fo stolen thousand dollars to the bank names of those who nteriwlll (benrado Any creditor failing to present his the Ropublicaiir nomination for gov- here, saying they had beeni told by public as will the list of pniaes to claim by the time named herein Bhall ernor. This makes four entries and the thief whrw the money had been be given to the most successful boyia be detimied to have wahed his right it is believed that there will be no hidden In the woods, and asked to Send in your names and iwe will to any part of said assigned estate. tfurthr announcements. Any one of bring It to tlwbank officials. Thom- soon be ready to go to work. This F. L. FELIX, work will be of great benwClt to ou the tour men announced will .make a as' arrest follol Mas'er Commissioner, g?leadid governor for the State, and years old, and and to tho whole county. , Thomas Is fifty-f- li 3St3 Ohio Circuit Court The census blanks have all- - bisten each of thorn has certain "elements of married, and during the long, years It is a he has driven the stage between hone sent out to iix trustees. Notify me strength to ibe considered. Trustee's Sale. question of which one will ipoll the and Marlon, ho has carried many if you have not received the blanks In the dlstriot court of the United greatest number of votes and at the thousand for your school district dollars. He has always States for the western district of HENRY LEACH, Supt same time make the ibest executive beven considered honest Ho refuses Kentucky, division. people. tor all of the to make a statemen't. Do you know that of all tho minor In tho matter of Faught & Rowe, ailments and colds are by far the most bankrupts. Tbo Democratic House was organized FAIRVIEW. daneerouA? It is not the cold itself Washington, Tuesday with theelec As truatco of the above es'ate, 1 at April 2. iMcdsle are raging through that you need to fear, hut the eerious will on Tuesday the iion of the caucus noanliHVB of the Ilth day of April ' Democratic party. On Wednesday a. out this community. diseases that it often leads to. Most 191, at 2:30 p. m., on the premises ' "eag rule" was put through tho Housij Mrs. T. C. Acton la visiting her of these are known as ssnrn diseases. lately occupied iby Faught $ Rowe as are a place of business Ini Ccataitown, over thioproUst of the minority whlch- - parents Mr and Mrs, W. H. Wilcox, Pneumonia and consumption tiabols Ky... among thorn. Why not take Chain Ohio County, Kentucky, . ,. yv . ' I. livr. sell to the wlli entirely prevent any ainemunM ki BwHRI and .to the rules adopted, in the CuUr&,' OMre. Alec vMiiTOTvisltod little sons berlaln'a Cough Remedy and cur your highest and best bidder, for cash in Mrs. J. cold while you can? For tale by all hand, a stock 'AwoW and of building material, Ttite 4y the vory men who haw druggists. ,m lumber and hardware appraised at any binding SIltchell, GLm&e FrWay. so clamorous against r $465.52, also a lot of nobee and acrule when (Jie Republicans were In Notice to Creditors. , by Miss Bottle eveiit'Hhe day Friday counts, SaM sale' will bo made subpower. The motion was with Mrs. T. J. AfitafeT Ohio Circuit Court. ject to the approval of the Court fco4ta tho Republicans and JnsurgMits Myers, and A. E. Pate, Assignee, &c. Plf fj ' until tjie. property brings as much as batiwas put through by, a, strict par- - Mr. and Mrs. Newton ' children Lynn and Borate May, Spott throe-fourt- h ivs. Ondier. j4 of 'the appraised value. vote. 'ty vllte, Ky., returned home Tuesday af- Harriot Ford, et al., Def't G, B. LIKBN8, Trustee. ' A Louisville paiper oaa dy last ter a wveks vfott with relatives in On motion of J. H. Pattonwt al, ipubl&hed what purported to be this neighborhood. defendent8 herein Jt is ondered that HIGHLAND. Mr, Tom Faught and daughter, Mis this action be pa iatwvkw wfcth Governor Wllleoa, 'April, 3.T-rtfwned to F. J aad Mrs. S. 0. if Dom, went to Narrows Saturday shop Fteltx, Maater Comniieloaer, ef the Keown, of Beaver Dam, epeBt (Sa. ia wh4oh he was made to say Ohio Circuit Court, o &dt O'Rear waa nowta&tad it would Pin. turday setand Sunday at1 MrtAWj T; Vadlamity to th 1UuMjwb; jparty W. D. Cox, and John Millar, Roslne, tle ti aeoewmta f A. B. PaUu As- - Keowns. - fi JjjaficSaviiitlry tiad'AoiruwSjiorthq .were in Jutborhoad Sanlday oa, Ohio Cewty ,DMk, andife M Mr. Tobe Newtoa and of ( jMftt?ete. Atinb&orttwgfy(wk evening. wt4w ad .wpSr: c ctakns ft5atet lForfvill, epwt Stonday Svuh- y n hare copied this Article", and have done so even after nil the Arfnica of tho city in a day or two sfWrwands printol an Interview of &e governor lUfWord. Ky., M gtwn, Bt of tfc Mcoed denying that he ted the first Interview or that ho tokl anyone that ho (was agall C. M. BARNETT ..frflori arrf Prcprltterl n'noar. mA also s'jatod that howouM J. NEY FOSTER absolutely tak,e no haad In theco: per to tost. If Uk'SU papers want to be Addrees all communlcaUose should also publish foatly fair th-Ta Hartford Republican, th3 dCnl of Governor Willsan. Hartford Republican. Ilea Fiscal Court in MmIm regular term of tfc OMo Ftacal Court began Tttrntmy nvli the following JuetlOM prumf. B Chfwnyrlln, J. H. Ml tee, SMk Coo J. J. JACKSOU, J. U. l'JKIB, rill' Sanders, C V. Miles ami 0. . Subtt, County Judge R. R. WtdJMfc p 'he Ing GILLESPIE BROS. W. UNCLE SAM cllayour attention to a comparative wr . H.&J. F. GILLESPIE Proprietors and Counity A'Ammvy: mpsent- - of his bank as of March 7, statement 1911. mads to tho 6 comptroller of tho currency, and of game date 1910, which showa an increase of more than $150,000.00 In One Year March 7, 1910. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts....! Overdrafts U. S, Bonds and Premiums Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures .... ?69,85CI.08 Cash Due from Banks March 7, 1011. RESOURCES. 754,763.71 Loans and Discounts ..? 837,937.31 G40.3D 708.92 Overdrafts .. ... . .. .. U. S. Bonds and Pre- -' ,. 181,146.53 231,905.91 mlums Banking House, Furni 22,000.00 ........ Horseshoeing a Specialty. .eHUBw" com-tuck- Hartford, - Ky. ture and Fixtures Cash Due from Banks $80,465.90 . . 20.000.0d r f' ; n, and S. U. and 87,183.03 U. Treas. 157,033.11 S. Treas. 97,684.43- - 178,150.33 SINGLE COMB Tho-cour- BROWN yr $1,268,702.30 $i,iid,oo0.ii LIABILITIES. LIABILITIES. ." x : ..$ 250,000.00 Capital Stock Capital Stock .: rT..$ 250,000.00 J"" .. h.. 6.500.00 2,600.00 Surplus Fund Surplus Fund. 12,694?08 7,916 23 Undivided Profits Undivided Profits .. ... 180,00000 Circulation 230,000.00 Circulation 676,167.51 Deposits Deposits 770,607.82 ..,. .... ... :: $1,115,583.74 $r,268,702.50 LEGHORNS QQ of the, employes in the Pa. C(ni 1 CI vcllt. of all bank failures are caused by employes bor- rowing too much of the barik's capital. NONE United States National Bank can borrow one cent out of that bank. Make the United States National your banking home. It will loan you money or pay interest on time deposits. DIRECTORS. E.T.Franks, J. W. McCulloch.J. T. Griffith, John Thixton.C. E. Bibk, J. J. Sweeney, Lawson Reno, Henry Wile, Dr Aretaeus Kirk. i $1.00 per 17 r i - $1.50 per 30 $4.00 per 100 SATISFACTION m iVaJ.i r' ' V--"- a fv : - rt ,'VW- .:.T.. w S' rL nT''?K. , t ii . a. . ri .'T'iv jKriLimm-- 3i&i?&& iSEi "f. ?kJ'2. V! v.kmtimZ ' Mrrmim"-xtxii2i'XP- ' itf'f'f-B- i- - l a m,mm ca zm J ge iR. I. BARNARD, ng k To-da- to-d- aion-poll- ti- ' THOMAS MONUMENTAL WORKS HARTFORD. KY. meet-ingandt- he Sub-treasu- -- ftftftftftftAAAA4Aftftfti ftftAftftft-IAftA-S- ?t 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jones Braod PURE ANIMAL MATTER MANUFACTURED BY n to-da- y. J J FERTILIZERS Joites Fertilizer Co. LOUISVILLE, FOR SALE BY ' KZY. V o j 49 The Produce Man . fc' HARTFORD KY. S 99W99V9999999999f(99999wi .. otto o. iiAfma ' S. P, McKENNEY fcol day at Mr. George Nwton'B. Mr. Garland Hurt fourthe hieaBlw. Mr. Floyd Keon Is vryy ill. Tbe prayer mMtiag la ploely. It Is oooduoiwd by tho youag progeta MaiHn&McKeiiiey Hartford, Ky. , kA ,Jge tht Mr. a4' ;; people. Mrs. W, T, Kown and brother, Mr. 0. H. AVhklr left Maaday for 'Boone Gap, 111., to vteR J. T. "WhUlr, wlto ts not to live but a few days, ; Mr. Ruwell Coeper spent Buwlay. at Mr, Ty4 Keowas. thetr-brntheiw-ft- General Insurance Lif, AccMtnt, 9i' ..- willAlso iond Von " -- . w i ' o Mrs. Albert Oiler, of Beaver Dam Wo are receiving new spring ftoods Ytetl neiatvles at Sunnydalo last CAI190N & CO. every day. "Bamboo Fiber" Stationery la the ThO tfentuoky Stole" Fair will be "awftllteat over" at Ohio County Drug; heW-a- t Louisville .this year, Septem-b'efYCompany. to 10. Mr. L. D. Dennett, of NoCrcek, Jitt'go John IJ. Wilson and Judge County Livestock Inspector, paid us J., Sj, Glenn, have retjurnied from a buycsteirday. a call trip to Parkersburg, W. Vo. Take your produce of nil kinds to sings Mr, Jesse Hoover was In Fondsvllle Schroador's Grocery and get Ko "highMonday looUIng after tho Interests of 36tf. est market "prices for dt. MoIIonry, thwHartfoixl Bottling Works. .Mks Mary .Marks, of Mn OttoC. Martin left Sunday for spent Saturday and Sunday with her Lexington, whore he will finish his panonits here. lawufcourso at Kentucky State Unl- Mr. andTlrs. Wes Stevens, of near vonstty. Fondsvllli?, iwcro pktosant callerB nt Born to the wife of Mr. Arnett this office, Monday. Sulphur Springs on March Milwr Tho CheapestPlace of Earth to buy lbtih a tine boy. Mother and child all kinds of Seeds. Tho OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY CP. Spring and Summer samples of Dress Hartford, Ky. 2fttf Trlm-mtag- s, brothel Goods, Ready Made Dresses, lrs. J. P., Casebler and etc., now on display. J Mr. J. G. Ball, of Pleasant lUdsc 38!f MRS. L. B. FOSTER. I spent Saturday and Sunday with rcl-- J We want to thank the ladies for their Mr. Sidney Dodson and family, of In tills city. presence our Millinery Opening Mr. Tice Burns returned it npon Beaver Dam, have moved to they will maloa their fuTuesdayfram Oyensboro where ho had. Saturday. We certainly appreciate home. been visiting Xor a new days and tak- ture the many compliments received durIThia SuniJay School was reorganized ing a short vacation. at Manvlns Cliaucl ohunch. near Sun- ing the day, and feel well paid for Don't 'put, off gotiUng that Ibottlo of Sansaparllla (French's) (for a Spring nydRle last Sunday with Mr. Erntat out our hours of labor spent Tonic) any longer, but call for It at D. Duk3 Superintendent. . Messrs. G. R. Carson, Centertown UniO VyUUllLY JJ1 UK sV. and our stock. Our rush 'B. Martin and Ool. C. M. and B. P. IVtty, Narrows were among Hon. R. word of has already begun. Now Barnott. attended the meeting of thel those who visited our office and reI State Central Republican Commlttey member us substantially yesterday. comes late! warning. ' .at (Louisville, Saturday. In a letter to a frknd here Mr. Mr. T. S. Marks has rented the Bar Joshua Fields, of Pont Arthur, Tex rass property on Union street near as, Btatts that he expects to come Hartford College, and moved this week homo In June and visit here for a whihe. from the Handwlck property. Hon. M. L. Heavrla attended tho The following have enlisted at the So oblige us by coming early. We meeting of the State, Central Rtpub-llca- n recruiting station at Beaver Dam Committee, of which he Is a for service In the United States Army want to please you, and by com- -. member, at Louisville, Saturday. since our last issue: Al Phjelps, Huing once, we can serve you. OLD NEWSPAPERS tied up nice- bert Dalt, Rufus Minton, George Hunly In large bundle for sale at The ter, Herbert iPedley, Allbert Long, Thanking you for your presence Republican aSflo. Just the thing Tor Mack Hurt, and Henry Porter. The call, we hope and anticipating an Spring Cleaning and many other pur- last named Tecruit, Mr. Porter, is from poses, tf England, and has had previous seryou will always in mind Mr. H. E. Mlschke and family have vice In the Army, and has won two saves pays to with a house moved from tho Tweddell property gold medals. on Union stne-i- t to the HeaTrfn and Company II, the local military you money. Washington company held a moating Saturday Barrass jiroperty on street. night at which time, Dr. Oscar Flener .Mr. Ben T. Taylor received a teleof Beaver Dam, was chasen as Second gram Tuesday, calling him to the bed Lieutenant, a vacancy which has exside of his father, Mr. Simon .Taylor, isted for saveral years, since the reof Blrdseye, Ind., where he is se- signation of LUiut. K'wnvn. Dr. riously ill. of Horse Branch, has been a rnemher of the medckil We have Just opened up a big as- aiwoln'-'sortment of men's and ladies' Ox- corps of the Third Reglmcnjt, and fords and Shoes, also a fine lot of wT.ll rank as First Lieutenant spring Clothing and Dress Goods. Miss Nellie Woodward, daughter of CARSON & CO. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Woodward, left Lasit Saturday was Spring Opening this week for BlrksMille, Ky., where Day for the dry goods merchants of she has acoapted a siplcmdld postllon this city, amid the ladles Aviere out to as stenographer with a law firm. For or see the beautiful lints offened by several years Miss Woodward- - was & " hr Our' BtoKiS." Mh$ "1 of T- con aecteu "with ffce la:w - firm Woodward In this city Do you smoke? If you do, come to Hoavrin-an- d We have Cigars that, iwlll and was known as ona cf the nwst see us. malse you buy Theater Tickets for expert stenoraphers dn tliUs section. Her many friends wish her much sue your mother-in-lacess In her maw position. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. The BlnTandRtd baskiet ball t nms Miss Stella Brizendlne, of Liiitla will play a matth game Ky., who has been at the bed of Hartford Bend, at tho skating rink tomorrow owning. side of her grand mother, Mrs. Salllo The Following Price3 Delivered at Car in will also be a maijch game beTh.oma8 who has been quite ill, has Thwo tween the two glrl3' teams of that returned home. or Institution, "The Crickets" and "Tho Miss Harriet Fljner, the efficient Sp.dcrs." Th public lviw has nev or j 13 & 12 and obliging deputy in Sheriff Black's er had an opportunity to see the girls On i office, has returned after an extended play basket ball, and there will m a visit to her parents and other rela- large audienoe to witness thu gasn3. Old Roosters 6c per pound. 5o Hens 13c per pound. tives at Cromwell. Game will be called at 7:30 and an Ducks 13c per pound. o 4? Young Roosters 6c per pound. Mrs. B. F. Zimmerman and little admission of 25 cents will bo charged. Turkeys lie per pound. or ? Geese 5c per pound. son, Master Bourke, of Louisville, Mr. John W. Taylor happened to Eggs lljc per dozen delivered at W. E. Ellis' place of business. br wore the guests of her mother and oth- a very painful accident early Wed er relatives bene Saturday, returning nesday morning. He was looking for or JAMES N. NORRIS, SON & CO., Hartford, Ky. Sunday afternoon Co their home. tlilt porter who iworks at his barber bhoji, and Mr. Taylor went through & JNO. ARBUCKLE, Agents. W. E. ELLIS Leave your Laundry at Cleve Iler's Commercial Or grocery. Work guaranteed and prompt the hallway of the Now ? leading to ,tha kitchen of the hotel. Agent for Madlsonvllle delivery. reaching the kitchen Steam Laundry. Madlsonvllle Ice & Just before against a post that stiumbled Incorporated, tf he At Laundry Company, Carnations, In various colors. leads to the railing going to the base Floral aesign Dook of F. "Walker ment The force cf the fall was so The Ohio County Drug Co. can fur- great that bis lower lip was cut pretfor your and Co., of Louisville, and "We business are Jn FRIDAY, APRIL 7. nish floral designs for funerals and ty badly, and some teaUi were Health. Ohio County Drug Co. special occasions. Miss Lillle Thomas, ot Louisville, E. T. WILLIAMS. who has been Mr." J. c7Barnard, Is the guest of tihe Mlsaes Nail. IIUnolsCentralRallroad-TJ- me Hartford, Ky. 36tf at Bowling Green for several months, Flowers and Flower Pots tor sale by Mr. Conner Fond, who is attending paid us a pleasant call yesterday anorn Table. the Normal school at Bowling Green, ing. iPirof. Barnard is well known in E. T. Williams, Hartford, Ky. 3Ctf. . At Beaver Dam Ky. came home Saturday to spend afow this county, and to the Dr. S. D. Taylor, of Beavtr Dam, days with his iparuniUi, Mr. nr.ki Ho will leave on April 18 teashiers. was In the city, Wednesday afternoon h Konlh BoBDd. . Ford, and returned Tut3day for Manila. P. I., where he will bo en North Bouuit. No.l2JdalVHu.Bi. :06 am. Best Northern Vblte Seed Data afternoon. S. No.lMdw gaged in teaching for tho Goviern-nisNo.tOldoe 2.Sp.m. 60 , . No.lKduelS.Mp.m. cents per 'bushel. . " m The regular "mieetlng of the County JJo. 181 Jo8-MpHo formerly held a responsio.lMdo"3:4Sp.m. Hartford Will Co. 32tf Union of the A. S. of E. will con- ble position on the Island, and his at the Court Houao for friend regret his leaving this counMr. A. M, Iierrell4 of lrvlnton, vene y M.H.&E. Railroad Time Table paid The Republican a plc&bant call two days session. A .full attendance. ty, but, wish him much success. Afat Hartford, Ky. Is desired by President Steviena as ter visiting relatives in Missouri and Monday, Important matters ore to come be- Oklahoma be .will leave for San table' effective Sunday Dec. Time "Hartord, tno town to itrade In -- V ' 4th, contalna the following schedule: The Ohio County Dnug Ox., the place fore the ibody. Francisco, and will sail from that clt No.' 12 Jorth Bound due. 7:29 a. m. on the Steamship Korea. ',' WANTED FOR U. 8. ARMY: to trade." dally except Sunday. unmarried men between ages Mr. and Mrs. J. Will Cooper, of the All pereonoa awing me will please Bound due. 3: 40 n ot 18 and 35; citizens ot United States New Commercial Metel. naive as their call and make settlement. dally- - except Sunday. good character acid temperate hab- guest, Mr. Murray, Daniel, of near . E. V. FORD, M. D. ot 33tf. Mue. 8:55, a. m. No." 115 South Bound its, who" can speak, read ' and' write Beaver Dam, who is a miuslclam ot N ' We are prepared to show you lots the English language. dally except Suaday. j, . greaVablllty, All of Waffle the young 1:46 p in. of new merchandise for qpriag. apply to Recruiting Officer, Main man ha 3 been blind, but he has atNo. 113 South Bound due CARSON & CO. ' iV ft. rioltv Wraant KllhdfiV. 28tf. tended one. of tho best fe;noou ,n Kc'n street, Beaver Dam, Ky. ' Petty,'" of LWtehSeld, vi'HM Mr. Arthur H. B. MISCHKB AL FOR SALK Farm on. Rough river. tucky'for the blind, and at tbe o of sptttt Saturday and Sunday wlta his 5 mllea Nortb of Hartford, Ky. This 22 is not only an acconplih.,di muslpareato here. ell clan,, but well versed along the leal-in- g farm contains 210 acres. Will tor tJe at QmAoh. typewriter topic of the day, andi well W fe tiead(iuarier& tor Seed Po-te- e, all or divide to suit .purchaser. Has 344T RepubHeaa offtee. seven-rooprfeae Ue lowest. dwelling la good repair, with the beat American liU IL Mr. L. C. Mortes, ot .CaBJowB, MM 8CHJUADBR'8 CASHi GR0CBRY Nne barn, good orchard, plenty of terature, lie, oVUghta in playing tbe ,;... n water- aBd, a fine lot of satwiog tim- piaao n4 rewlfoig for his friends an1 in tows, MeMy. Is unpleasant fellow to meet. Bvery eaae, wmh or .wo- - ber. Price 12,400. merotal Hotel at " Mr. T. WaSe StrattfiB, ot evrfJHtuV.he pl&ya and slnga at the A. C. YMISBR, & CO. sH, Ie- ' ua iM.tt. 4 , rrap. Hartford, Ky. . hot)MHl his audlewee to always large. . mt U w EASTER O 1 ?7VVILLINgRY O "WHAT ARE THEY GOING TO WEAR" Is a question easily answered if you will come and see for yourself. We've been particularly fortunate in securing some - nt-a- r v : i at w Sunny-dalaywlu- re getting a arranging pattern Hats that are duplicates of the very latest French creations- And they are so moderately priced there is no rea- Easter y Everybody Will Want a New Hat at better again early bear trade that it that at this store, you will get authentic styles not weird inventions. Along with the satisfaction of knowing the style is correct, you are assured of getting good value. Furthermore, if you do not wish to buy you will not be importuned. Our goods are sold on merit alone. Or.perhaps you only want a Hat worked over. Then that suits us. We can do it in the very best style and workmanship. It Surely Pays - son why you can't own one. One thing is certain if you buy your Hat or your daughter's Hat to .. m .mnui iiiiifi nipiiisii"WHlai. f 1 Poultry Wanted WILL PAY IN CarXoatdf $SSSVSS any Day You Can Come Now for Your CASH Spring Apparel uxm mmj HARTFORD, KY., and Wednesday.andThursday.April We are ready as never before, and there is no need for further delay. In choosing the new things for Easter, be one of the first of the fashion leaders. Don't be a back number. THE THE THE THE THE NEW SNAPPY DRESS GOODS NEW SNAPPY CLOTHING NEW SNAPPY SHOES NEW SNAPPY SHIRTS NEW SNAPPY NECKWEAR S ?W? SWWWWWW i W Hartford Reputflican. Await your inspection. Latest fads, latest ' ideas. When thinking of GOOD CLOTHES, SHOES, or DRESS GOODS, a lady must always think of us first. GOOD manor There Mrs-Dudle- is a reason for this; it's not an accident. It is the result of our long and Aclose hunt for nt to-da- WORLD'S Come, see the new Spring Beauties. THE Able-bodi- ed Never "jNo-lMNo- p.-J- '" mind what you want; if it is new, we have We are looking for you and will be disappointed if you don't come. it rF tr Carson m Incorioriittt & Co. if r 1 r Cew-plaaaw- at; .....' ,..ii - HARTFORD, KY. 31 $$9$$$$$$$$$S( "I'THWItyiy ! 1 Vr kins county ,...1 LOO LOO 1 Williams, jAime, .. LOO White, Lojsa-n- , ,.l LOO NORTH ROCKPORT COLORED. , ,1.00 L00 Rixtcr, Splnks, dead, i.V.,.1 LOO Ned, rt'v,l $1.00 Douglas, Groomes, Scott, ;yM,.l L00 '1.00 ;.;?.,, 1 1.00 LOO Groomos. Arblc Jenkins, Tom 1.00 Klrtley C. K gone to Muhlenberg county i$S..l LOO LOO 1.00 LOO W. E., Jrfinwnt List of Tax Fayers Toms, Chas WlWtle, for Year 1910. Young, Mike, BAST HAUTF6JID. A Rtflifcrf FOR My iili Directory F. Btrkhead, Judgef Circuit Cotrt-- T. Ben D. Ulngo, Attorneyi W. P. Midklff, Jailer: B. Q. Darrass, Clerki F. U Fe-ll- x Master Commlsloner IL T. Collin, Trustee Jury Fund; T. II. Black, Sheriff, Hartford. Deputle S. O. Keown an Lon Black. Court convenes first Monday Jn February and continues three weeks; third Monday In April, two weeks second Monday In June, three weeks; third Monday In October two weeks. 11. Wedding, Judge; County CourL-- R. W. S. Tinsley, Clerk, C E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday in each month, on Quarterly Quarterly Court-Beg- ins the fourth Monday In February, May, August and November. Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday In January and first Tuesday In B. yT3CIWAI., i: w G. 1 York, Jim, not found, AWt. $1.00 1.00 Poll Alkn, Maek,OBo ArbukJe, LesSer 1 magan: ....1 CATARRH Ely's Cru it quickly ttbterbtd. It cleanses, Boothe, heals and protects the dloeMeil mem. brano resulting from Catarrh aad drives nwny a Cold is the Head quickly. Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. Full size CO etc nt Druggists or by ninil. Liquid Croom Balm for use lu atomizers 75 cts. Ely Brothers, CO Warren Street, New York. ..1 Barpkat, Geo. E., gone to Ind. i (property 4325.00 1 Sanies, D.' P. Bniieer.Li. T., "gono proper- ty $250.00 ... Xhirjbbi, James, 'gono ..,. 1 Bowles, W. Hy. MUsourl, Brown, Arastus A. Clark, Geo. W ,4.40 Fielden, James F., gono to 'l.OO .., souri Hamilton, John W 3.C0 .l ..... K 1 Mis- Sli Relief at Once, t AlTOKNEySAXLAW, BARNETT SMITH, HARTFORD, 0. M. Barrett 0, B, Suits l 1 "...1 - KY. ..1 a. oo Hr.rxn, J. W. M., ffano to 1.00 1 Durbln, Frank, gon?, ' 1.00 1 E. A., ono FJolds, 1.00 1 Fielden, B. C, 1.00 1 Olheon, Silas 1.00 ! Grtlfin, Joe 1.00 1 Howard, Sylvester, 1.00 1 Harris, J. D., gon. 1.00 1 Hoover, T. J 1.00 1 May, Allen, . . 1.00 1 Mav. T. AI 1 McLonn, Archie 1.00 1 iPxeeton, L. P., 1.00 1 Shroadcr, Thomas, 1.00 1 .Smith, aint 1.00 1 .Smiley, C. L 1.00 1 Splnks, S. V., 1.00 1 Clint, Stevens, 1.00 1 Sutton, N. L "Williams, Andy J., propcr-i- v 2.75 1 j sicvoo EAST HARTFORD ADDITIONAL. 1 Burton, Cloero, 1 Travis, .Morrison, EAST HARTFORD COLORED, 1.00 Barnard, Ed 1.00 Baitzell, WIIHe, 1.00 Collins, Frank, 1.00 Alfrod, Collins, 1.00 Combs, Lon 1.00 Finch, Robert 1.00 Gibson, Chas., 1.00 Andy Johnson, 1.00 McHonTy, J. S 1.00 .. MoHenry, Thruston, 1.00 Sullentgtr, Henry 1.00 Taylor, Dick, 1.00 Taylor, Lukie, 1 Taylor, Lon WEST. HARTFORD. 1 Austin, James,- 1 AnbueMe, Leslie 1 L00 Basham, Gaylqn, Baxter, Br. C. G., property $1-0- Tennessee,. property, $40.00 1 tl Hohelmer, Ben L Lamb, Robert, gono to Illi! .... nois, 1 Leach, Sam, 1 Midklff, Henry 1 Mldklff, Ira A Midklff, "Wm. T gone to Mis! souri, 1 Rogers, John W R., property, John Ross, $10.00 1 McDonald Sam gono tSEluh- L40 McHcnry, Jesse, LOO 1.00 LOO 1.00 . 1.00 1.00 LOO lenberg county, Marshall Herbert, ....v.3fi;.l Rogers, John, gone toljTjen- . 7V.K.l nesseo Render, John, gone ,tojpUI- ''ife1-'nols k.'.F...l Wallace, Sam Young, Ben '.'Iw.l Young, J. B 1 ....WA.l LOO LOO vlll practice their profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining coi and Court of Appeals. Sp' il attention given to all buslne entrusted to their care. Collections ai.u the Prac tice of Criminal and Real Estate La Specialties. ing. Office In Republican bull r i n & 1.00 1,0 LOO LOO I'OO LOO Young, Alfrel V'.l k..l .. Sutton. Vlrcil Wedding, Thomas N CROMWELL. Balae, W. L., ..1 1 1 Barnard, Elmer, gone to Oklahoma, property, $1300.00.. 1 1 Cook', Virgil, 1 Carter, Abe, 1" Daniel, A. C, 1 H. B., Dunn, Davis, Burt, property, $5.00.. 1 1 Goodman, James Hocker, G. C, gone to Butler 1 County Hocker, W. L., gone to Butler county, property, $35.00 ..1 1 Johnson, Claud B 1 Keiper Vlnee, 1 Keiper, Virgil, 1 Keller, Jesse property, R., Massy, G. $185.00 1 NSOUTH ROCKPORT. 1.10 1.00 Burden, Nathaniel, ...&W7.1 to'Oray- 1.00 Byers, Herdln, gone .$!''.. . t on county Browning, W. IL, goneiftV.l $1.00 Bcasley, A. W., .... Cash, W. L 14.C5 Cates, C. L., gone toJndiana $100 LOO j.s'.l 100 00 4.S0 LOO LOO LOO js'1 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.05 1.00 $303.00 ..iW&l.l ...WS&.l Downey, Thomas C. LOO 1.33 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.05 1.00 1.00 1.00 LOO Miller, Frank OHer, V. M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Robertson, J. J Ransom, A. R Stratton, J. P., Sonrels, G. H Sorrels, D. S 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.05 1.00 $1.00 1.00 2.10 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.25 2.50 LOO Valentine, $100.00 Fred, prierty, 1 1 : Decker, John A&-.- 1 England, H. W Freeoe, Henry, ..'Mfr.M Fulkerson, J. B Fulkerson, Chas. H., gonetoillll- nois Fulkerson, S. S t&S'1 ,k0?.l Ferguson, W. M., Gray, H. C Hays, G. R. Jr., gone to. 'Muh1 lenberg county X....1 Hays, G. R. Sr House, G. C, gone to Gray 1 son county, Herndon, Buell, not found.. 1 Hays, James, gone to Muhlen 1 berg County Harrell, A. C, gone to Owens- boro property, 4500.00 ....1 1 Hunter, W. R go (..DestroyIndiana ed 'byflrepropertyi$2500;00 1 rtf.l ''1 li0 LOO LOO .'.mi '''1 L00 LOO 1.00 LOO 1.00 LOO Mpxfley, Other" County Offlcerx-- C. Surveyor, Fords ville, Ky., IL . V. No. 2; Bernard Felix .Assessor, .Hartford, ky., IL F. D. No. 3; Henry Leach. HARTFORD, - KY.' Dr. A. U. Superintendent, Hartford; Succeed when everything else fails. ltiiey. Coroner, Hartford. Will practice his profession in OhI In nervous prostration, and female JUSTICES" COURTS. and adjoining counties and in the Court weaknesses they are the supreme Tuesday of Appeals. Criminal practice and ColB. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, remedy, as thousands have testified. nfter 3rd Monday In March. Tuesday af- lections a Specialty. Office in the Her 3rd Monday in June, FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND ter Monday in September, Tuesday after aid building. Tuesday after 3rd STOMACH TROUBLE 3rd Monday in December. it is the best medicine ever totf O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afte 3rd Monday in March, "Wednesday after over a druggist's counter. 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in September, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in December. John H. Miles, Itockport, Friday after 3rd Monday in March, Friday after 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd HARTFORD, - KY. Monday In September, Friday after 3rd Monday in December. Buckbee'i "Full of Life" Northern Grot Will practice his profession in all tM J. C. Jackson, Centertown, Saturday Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of 38 years oi successful seed growing behind them. It pas to after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday af ter 3rd Monday in June, Saturday, after and in the Court of Appeals. Also Noplant the best. Seasonable Specialties: 3rd Monday In September, Saturday af- tary Public. Office over First National ter 3rd Monday in December. BEANS Bank. M. C. Cook, Itenfrow, Tuseday after Earliest Red Valentine . . $3.50 Bushel . . J3.25 Bushel Refugee Extra Early 2nd Monday In February, Tuesday after Stringless Green Pod . $3.70 Bushel N:w 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax J jo Bushel Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd JOHN B.WILSON CHAS. M.CItOWJjr1 Davis New White Wax . . J4.75 Bushel Monday In November. Carrie's Rust Proof Wax . J4.50 Bushel Thomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday PEAS after the second Monday In February, Extra Early Alaska . . .- I3.50 Bushel AVednesday after 2nd Monday in Moy, New Early Gradus . . . Is 50 Bushel Wednesday after 3rd Monday in August, Horsford's Market Garden . $3.50 Bushel Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Novem- Buckbee's Lightning Express fc 00 Bushel Der, LeMuee. Rdiih. Tomato and a full line Of C. V. Miles. Fordsville. Thursday after Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. 2nd lVfnnilnv In Whninrw Thnrgilav attar HARTFORD, - KY. bend for complete catalogue or submit a list ol 2nd Monday in May. Thursday after Monday in August, Thursday after Sri Will practice their profession In all 2nd Monday in November. Write today. Mention this paper. J. L. Patton, Ralph, Friday after 2nd the courts of Ohio .and adjoining counMonday in February, Friday after 2nd Monday in May. Friday after 3rd Mon- - ties,, and in the Court of Appeals. 13CSB.ckbteSt., Rockford Scrd ftrtu. Roctford. II day in August, Friday after 2nd Mon- - Special attention given to criminal Electric Bitters SEEDS Attorney at Law, FRANK L.FELIX, ' - 1,- Attorney at Law YANCYL.MOSLEY, 'A .- WILSON & CROWE ' f-- LAWYERS L5OT.KdJS"a2K,.. H. W. BUCKBEE I 0.25 practice and to collections. Offioa oa Ltkpns.Pltv Main St opposite Court House. Attorney; Sam Riley, Marshal; Court HARTFORD C. M. Crowe. Judirn! (i. It. POLICE COURT. L00 2C.23 1.00 LOO Co-ope- ra CROMWELL COLORED. Shultz, L. S COOL SPRINGS. 1 Bell, 'James, 1 Castleberry, John Springs Tel Co., property Cool $200.00 1 1 Cartwright, H 1 Fulton, Willie 1 Kelly, E. T Lee, B. T property, $125.00.. 1 Lee, A. M., property, $145,001 Key, H. B., $65.00 1 1.(.3 Klntade, Will, Lewis, H. B Myers, Charles Mlnton, G. T Mann, E. G .V.'...l V..1 . TRY THE REPUBLICAN Bozarti, Joe ! 1 'Byers, Anderson 1 Carjx-iitar- , Richard 1 Grlgsby, Steve, gone, J., gone, .... ..1 Heath, H. 1 Hudson, Alec, 1 Hlnes, Tom Halliburton, J. G., gone, ....1 .1 Hlnes, Charles, .1 Hlnes, John .1 Hoover, C. W., .1 King, Bill .1 Martin, Wes., .1 Morton, Dr. J. S Mclntlre, J. M., gone, .... .1 ,.1 Orange, J. A., .,.. .... .1 Petty, J. W .1 Simmons, E .1 Smith, R. A Smith, Jim, property, $20.00 .1 .1 Smith, H. C .1 Ward, W. V., property, Eston, Williams, $237.00 1 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 'W"1 .1 1 LOO LOO LOO .l JOB WORK WE DO THE SATISFACTORY KIND (Continued on Seventh page.) convenes second Monday in each month. City Council-- J. H. Williams, Mayor; R. T. Collins, Clerk: 13. K. Cox, Treasurer. Members of Council, T. R. Barnard, W. J. Bean, w. M. Fair, Pen Taylor, W. B. Ellis, E. P. Moore. T,c500i,Tr.ustees-- J- s- - Glenn, chairman; W',?' TJnsIey. Secretary, C. M. Barnett, C. M. Crowe and Dr. E. B. Pendleton. Ohio Counts' KY. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church South Servicea ninnrlnc- All Matters Given Prompt Attenand evenlne every first an1 third SunPENSION AFFIDAVITS A day in each month. Sunday School 9:45 tion. a. m. Prayer meetlner every Wednes SPECIALTY. day evening. Rev. Virgil Elgin Pastor. Baptist Church Services every Sunday morning and evening. Sunday School 8:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every "Wednesday evening. Rev. J. W. Bruner, pastor. Christian Chtirrh KfrvlfAa ,v.ra f,.,,.,1. Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. in. Sunday bchool 2:30 p. m. Elder W. B. Wright pastor. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, - 1.00 L00 LOO 1.00 LOO ...1 Peyton, James, 1.00 1.00 1 Sampson, W. J 1.00 1 1.00 -, Thomas, Tonu ..1.00 1 1.00 Taylor, R. W 1.00 NORTH ROCKFORT. 1.00 1 $1.00 1.00 Barnett, Clarence LOO I Baize, F. A 1.20 1.00 1 Byers, James McGee, Joe McGee, Lonnie 1 1 1.00 H9e13pRmHVH BARBER NO. 2765. Chumley, $10.00 H. C., property, 1 1 1.10 1.00 Im ,,y W., gone to Illi1 Tucker, Walter, 1 LOO nois 1 Foreman, W. M Caiwton, Maurice, not found 1 WEST HARTFORD, COLORED. 1 Decker, Lonzo, gone, LOO 1 .Brooklns, Wayland 1 Decker Fonzo, gone 1 L00 Drane, G. W 1 Decker, W. T., 1 L00 Griffin, Lon Duncan, Joe M., gone .to Muh 1 L00 Lee, Tom, 1 lenberg County 1 Park, Joo H Dronlllard AUIe, not found.. 1 L00 1 Russell, Lewis Evans, Ambrose, gone to Ten1 Sullenger, Zlbe, 1 nessee 1 BEDA. Fuller, W. D., 1 $1.00 Fulkerson, John B 1 Bozartb, S. F property, 1 A., M. Fulkerson, Tom K Benton, 1.50 Gray, John 1 1 $50.00 1.00 Geary. Elijah, 1 1 Baxtlett, James, LOO Garrett, 1 Leslie, Oweasboro..l Evans, J. C, 1.00 Harris, Henry, gone 1 1 Cook, C. E 1.00 Hughes, Peter, 1 Kennell, 'James, Innlmshouse 1 property, Nelson, T. H., Heck, Theodore, gone to Muh2.05 1 1 lenberg County $100.00 1 1 1.00 Hurt, James, B O. H Park, 1.00 HllUard, Joseph, gone to Muh1 Paris, W, R., 1 1 1.00 lenberg county .., Renfrow, J. B LOO Hobdy, William 1 1 Sapp, J. IL, gone, 1.00 Jones, John, Jr. 1 1 Tanner, John ' 1.00 Jackson, H. D 1 1 , Trogdcn, O. C 1 H. IVallace, C, property, Johnson, Valentine 1.85 Kelly, A. 13., 1 1 $85.00 1 1 1.00 Leisure, Dan, L., Warnlca, J. B 1 DEDA COLORED. Lewis, J. R 1.00 Matldox, J. L. R., 1 1 TJusley, J. B 1 MoCornell, Estill, SULIIIIUJt SPRINGS. 1 $1.00 Porter, Fred, gone to Muhlen-ibe- rg Awtry, BenF., 1.00 1 county .property $85.00 1 Allen, S. P. 1 2.20 Raynier, R, P., Ashby, O. L., property $115,00 1 LOO Richardson, A. L., gone to Muh1 Acton, Ira W LOO 1 1 lenberg County Bratcher, J. W 1.00 Rkxl R. C, LoulsvUe ....1 1 Bratcher, V. A., Coy, Arthur, Oklahoma, propeSweeney, Hiram, gone to Muh1 2.05 1 rty, $100.00 .... lenberg, County LOO Sweeney, W. H 1 gono to MuhDurbln, J. C, gonio LOO 1 lenberg County Evans, J. AW, Oklahoma, ..1 LOO Sweeney, J. S., 1 vans, R. H., Oklahoma, ,.V LOO Swark, Burt 1 1 Greer, S. Y., gone, LOO Smith, Clinton, A. gone ..1 ILaye, L. T., gone, I 1' LOO Scott, S. N., ,, .... . . . .X HlCKS, 8. 13., Kaykendoll, Simpson, L. S., gone to MuhIt. M., proper1.10 1 ty, $10.00 lenberg County ,.1 LOO Southards 1 Ktedngur, John ,0 rover ....1 1 1.00 TJclwinor, L. R Mason, Richard, Jn the army, 1 LOO Tltwloy, Geo. T 1 , JHUlr, A. D., .... .... ....1 1 L00 Turner, F. A., :1 Madeo, Willie, 1.00 Tanner, J. W., .... .... ,.1 1 Mrj)hy, A. A., 1.0Q Vkk, Stevens, ..;. 1 ... ..1 Wash, A. B., LOO Waketand, grille, .?.'. A '..1 OPwware, Doetty. Ollle, .... "l' OO Wekh Fletcher, gone 'to Hop- - 3.r.o Cox, Dan W. LOO Clark, 1.00 Will make the season of 1911 at 1.00 Coopor Bishop's stalble, thmeo mites 1.00 east of 'Island, on Groan river, on LOO Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednes- helps 1.00 days of ach week, and at CenltoT-tow- a LOO SYMPATHY hurts, but It won't cure an marred C. P. Church-Servi- ces first Sunday in month at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday Scool 8:45. SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodge No. 675. F. & A. M.. meets first and third Monday .night--. In each mdnth. Owen Hunter, W. M L. P. Foreman .Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. M..' meets every third Saturday night in f?rchcm5.ntn- - John T-- Moore High Priest; W. S. Tlnslev, Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. St, O. S., meets second and fourth Monday E. evening, Mrs. S. A. Anderson, W. M. Miss Lizzie Miller Secretary. Rough River Lodge No. 110, Knights of Pythias, meets every Tuesday night. JV 5 TaPPan. C. C, J. Ney Foster. K. of It. & S. Hartford Tent No. 99. K. O. T. M.. Oneets every first and third Thursday "ism u. v. waiKer, commander; . p. Foreman, Record Keeper. each expense, anuelp you to aucceH. Bendirodel. photo or ketch for FREE report on patentability. 0 practice. SURPASSING RZFCFIENCES. For free Ouide Jtock on Profitable Patent wrtta to-S03-BO- h.vimm rATENTS uwuuuRf wuvim them Uionrnghlj. dTertii THAT PAYi "Hi TRADE-MARK- S promptly obtained in Hour ' S Seventh D. C. WASHINGTON, Street, il innviiaiMQ! KILL the COUGH AND CURE the LUNGS 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 . 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 , ' 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 LOO LOO a the other three days of each one look like Its old self. Takes a week. He will stand at $10 "to Inexperienced dentist to do sure a living colt, money due rwihJen skillful, colt is foaled or mare transferred. that. Get all the' sympathy you Care taken to prevent accidents can, but for real relief and good but not 'responsible ilhould any 'oc dental work make an appointment cur. F. 'M. ALLEN, ' with us for the practical way of get Cententown, Ky., ting your teeth in fine shape. Best Commander, The Flno Young Trotting StfllMtan. crown and bridge work In this town sul C. Wallace. Thomas Williams; Clerk, W. EAGLE DISPATCH, Preston Morton Post or any town. Teeth extracted with holds regular meetings No. 4, G. A. R., Saturday beforo Will make the eewson of 1911 n my out pain. All work guaranteed. Tele the first Monday in each d month. Mills, Commander; J. M. Rogers, barn. In Cententown, Ky. He will phone 218. stand at $8 to insure a living oolt. A S. of E. Money duo when fact is ascertained DR. H. J. BELL, or more transferred. Care taken to National Officers: DENTIST, President-F. Sharp, Narrows, Ky. prevent accidents but not responsiOlfice in Republican Bldg. Hartford, Ky. Vice President J. M. Woods.Kump, InSecretary.Treasurcr-- S. D. ble should any occur. dianapolis, aching tooth, wonn't wake Sec-Tre- meets every first and third Friday night in each month. Mrs. Attye Griffin.Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper, Carpenters and Joiners local No. 1881, meets 1st Saturday night In each month. Noah Skaggs, Pres.; W. D. Luce, Acme Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. F., meets second and fourth Friday night in each month. W. R. Hedrlck Noble Grand M. COhio Barnett Secretary. Tribe No. 188. Imp. Order Red Men. meets second nnd fnurth w.n... day night in each month. James C. Ben- iicii, puunem. a. a. rale, Chief of Records. Hartford Camp, W. O. W. No. 202 Con- Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M., Dr. King's New Discovery WITH run ANB t Z5JST OLDS Aa .oo & w.oa TtW BoWe Free THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. PBICK GTJABANTEED S ATISFACXOBYf OS XONEY KEFUNDED. Ash-for- HAVE YOUR SUITS ' f Cleaned M. i Pressed 1.00 LOO 1.00 LOO 1.85 LOO LOO Description! nnd Pedigree; EAGLE DISPATCH was foBled April, 1903, is JC hands high, dark bay with best of feet and legs, long mane ankl tall, line style and aotlon. Bucuee's seta succeed i He is by the renowned saddle and SPECIAL OFFER:will ' fUUm U kalM J. Bulm. A trill hnrweas eitalUon, Hod Eagle No. 2b', mile tou oar Mnnweat customer. -- .nrw'."Vl by he by Rod Squirrel, No. 53, he Prize ColtectlM tiwiuunu " ihms Black Squirrel, No. 58, he iby Black I U tba fliwtt t Tmnir. 1 ipUrxUa iu.u.,1 hM Tin. i by King Wflllaan, IUMil0.f.rt-Eaete, No, 74. he Write to4My; Mention thh No, 67, ihe by Waalilingtoii Dv'amairk, No. C4, he by Gaines Denmunk, No. SEND lO CENTS ! CI, 'he by old Black Denmark, t&e 4 UeorriMkfu4 pcklD4rlvikUWlfW BBJ Wf l WMCtUa C fNIMM, CfWr mllo race horse, he by lmpanted tHMUIBI Bfa fjkliaj JTUUit BWHT.Ittll W WKtMl Of tMU fUBU, I HU U IAMI HM SEEDS " rAirNA'fsA'r Pw. i Hodgxiford. BdU 44SO, 1.00 ....' ,'., ,'.,...i.A No. LOO ha by Oniward, No. 1611, he by George Wilkee, No. 519; Hocood dam 1.00 by Don Pedro. LOO ' Your .patronag?e solicited. 1.00 F. M. ALLEN, 1.00 Csntentown, Ky. 1.00 The Fine Young Jack, i BLACK BALDY, 1.00 Will make the season of 1911' at my 1.00 barn at Cententown, Ky., and will 1.00 stand for $8 to Insure a living' eolt. LOO Moogy line when fact is asoahadsed 1.00 or mare tsranaferrod. Cane i$Aka to 1.00 pnevaat nacklenta but not responsi1.00 ble shoul soy occur. j$ ' LOO F. M. ALL'BN' Mt8 CentwiQwaflKyjl'' EAGLE DISPATCH'S iiTflt Habram, by Old Dispatch, Warn J.W.ktttN, """TMIWKW-- i Ind. State Officers: H. M. Froman, Carroll county, Pres. "wini, Jienuerson county vice President. 8. B, Robertson, McLean county, Sec- 0. P. Roemer, Warren county, Stato Organizer. ..CV,C' A,lePi. Henry county, and Lat-ti- e Graves, Allen county, Assistant state organizers, Board of Directors. Ben Watson, Warren county; C. M. Barnett, Ohio county; A, H. Brooks, Bracken county; It. E. I. Ray, Hardin county, and J, F. Doss, Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officers: 8. I Stevens, Pre.. Beaver Dam.Ky. Henry PJrtle, Sec. Hartford, Ky. D. Ford, Treas., Hartford. Ky. COUNTY. BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach. Chairman, Hartford.Ky. 1. L. B. Tichenor, Hartford, R. F. D. No. o. 2. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds. Ky. S. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. 4. B. L. Alford. White Run. Ky. B. luchard Plumor, Taylor Mlnes.Ky. . J. L. Brown, Rockport, Ky. Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club V month. V. rate $1.00 per Hartford Pressing Glilb, M. C. A. BLDQ., HARTFORD, KY. POSITIONS' sAprmcm rTAatA tPlINTIFUL BU jr"S,'rJ.&Z -. tSSSSBw'"4$k, f, ..' WtAt"- Btuliuu-iUrtctvA- . mod RCDAND OtFENOCD. tree wuror eiM wuviiwdSend report II poienu, trade mark, hv. i, I .V IIII..IM i t WHuyaaivJUntht faint. WatkHfton mtm tlm l WrKe or ocw to im at ' wMzf!i i. J, j.' wW 4jfcfc. Delinquent List of Tax Payers for Year 1910. from Sixth page.) f Chlnn, By Russellvllle, ....I 1 Chdnn Dudley, .,,, 1 ,1 Mlaton, IJewny, 1.00 Eldson, Perry, ..1 i Mairlotf, Geo. E., property, Hoslor, Ed'., 1 1 1 $43,00 1.45 Nichols), A. L Burdettfl, Frank, not known 1 1 I Osburn, J. I., 1 1.00 Render, Harrison, 1 1.00 CardcnDanH, gone 1 ..1 .Phelps, Mont, 1 1.00 Rice, C. E 1.00 Dobfuler, D. A., Brecklnrldgo 1 .,.l County 1.45 Thomas, Aloe., SMALLHOUS, fyrnor, M. ,A., (property $45.00 1 1 i 1 Whlto, Melvln 1.00 Thomas, Luther, DeHaven, w. F not known.. 1 Addlngton, Archie, property, .....1 WhJttAttghlll, R. B. property, .50 Evana.Lawson, GrayBon Co. 1 Vlck, Herman I $50.00, 1 $100.00 2.05 Hazolwood, W. G gone ....1 8.05 WEST BEAVER DAM. Brown, Oscar property $100.00 1 Zachwry ,W. Netter, gone to 1 1.00 Hufj'A. E., property $2.00.. 1 Baize, H 1 $1.00 Campbell, E Muhlenberg County 1.00 Koenc'C A 1 1.00 Dawson, J 1 l 1.00 Catner, Jakw i , 1.00 Loathen, C. H 1 SOUTH (ROCKPORT COLORED. 1.00 Geary, Sam Goldsmith, Chas 1 1 1 1 Maddox, N. Pen 1.00 Mnswell, W. A., Indiana ..L 1.00 Lunsford, Oscar, Indiana. ..1 L00 Jackson, Cal 1.00 Kincheloe, Joe, 1.00 Moxley.'C. J., not known, ..1 1 Rogrs, Lester, gone l 1.00 Manis, S.f . , Riied) Hubert, 1.00 Pharrls, J. C, gone 1.00 King, James H 1 . L .1 i 1.00 Morrison, W. T., 1.00 Reardon, O. W Short, J. W., ..f 1 1 1.00 Maiden, Forezo f ..1 1.00 Lam pk Ins, Wm.,... l .' 1.00 Schroder, C. P., not known 1 1 1.00 Miller, T. H Short, Albert, 1.00 Proctor, J. D., Now Mexico 1 1 1.00 Simmons, H. C, 1 1 Robertson, W. S SELECT. ....1 1.00 Maxwiell, Cicero 1 1.00 Rayjner, Chas., W. S., ..I 1.00 Scott, T. C, Hopkins, Co.,..l 1.00 Tuttle.'-W- . L l 1 1.00 1 Austin, James, .... EAST FORDSVILLE. 1.00 Scott, Roy, gone .... . WlllattrTom l V 1.00 Awtry, Leslie, 1 OLATON. Atchison, L. P., $1.00 l 1.00 Smith, John N., gone 1 1.00 Bratcher, J. A 1.00 Asklns, Isham 1 1 1.00 Stewart, W. R Baize, A. N., I 1.00 Bratcher, Otis F., Broadway 1 1.00 Baker, Ed., gone to Indiana.. 1 1 3.10 Taylor, 01. F., Indiana Baize, W. B., propert $200,001 1.00 Cooper, George, gone 1 1 1.00 Brown, William 1 1.00 Turner, Will Baize, M. D., 1 1.00 Douglas, Willie 1 1.00 Casey, Robert E "Beasley, J. A., 1 1.00 Thomas, W. P l 1 1.00 Chancellor, Chas 1..00 Daugharty, W. R., gone to In- ?Daughprty, J. S., . 1.00 Thenls, H 1 1.00 dlana' 1 1.00 Clark, C. A Daugherty, D. 1 1 1.00 Williams, M. G., Indiana,:, 1.00 Daniel, J. W 1.00 Cooper, Wesley C, Arkansas 1 1 1.00 Wardrlp, J. W., CUienslborp, FarrJs, T. A., .... !. 1.00 Harrison, 1 1.00 Craig, Clarence, Al, gone 1 1.00 Wolf, Woody Ferguson, Thomas, 1.00 Craens, Ja3. D., Breckinridge Kissinger, L. D I i 1.00 Stevens, 0. C Lr .Goodman, T.'M., .. 1 1.00 Lawellyn, Jerry County, 1 WEST BEAVER DAM COLORED. 1.00 oodman, J. S., .. i 1.00 LoGrande, Labo. ... 1 $1.00 Daniel, Geo. W.,.., 1 Kissinger, V. P., ., l 1.00 Berry, Honry, C 1.00 Matthews, Wilbur, . 1 1.00 Duggins, John W 1 1 Morris, B. T. l 1.00 Bunch, Carey, 1 1.00 Saltsman, 1.00 Evans:, T. R Balrd, Fred property T. S., Grayson, Stewart, A. H., 1.00 Flener, Marlon, Breckinridge 1 County 1.00 Hcndorson, Bob, 1 $40.00 1.00 Stone, J. C, 1.00 1 1 County. ...r 1 1.00 Martin, Geo., 1 Shultz, T. W., 1.00 Tabor, Ed 1.00 Franks, C 1 1 1 1.00 Render, J. S., 1 Wilson, P. A., 1.00 Gathey, Robert, Breckinridge Taylor, John H 1 White, A. C, Evansvllle ..1 HORSE BRANCH. 1.00 County 1 1 1.00 Taylor, Jim li t 1.00 Young, N. D Arnold, Byron, L 1.00 1.00 Hale, Dr. Dan S BUFORD. ..1 1, Aidrldge, Alec 1.00 Woodward, Mike 1 1.00 Allen, R. B 1.00 Hedden, Jos. E. H 1 1 6.05 Woodward, Bob Baize, F,red, property $485.00 1 1.00 Hodden, Pleas., 1.00 Clark, Otts, 1 1 1 Walker, Alex Burdn, J. B., gone to Daviess 1.00 Condor, J. S 1 Hedden, Frank, .... ' McHENRYi 1 1.00 1 County 1 1.00 Cole, Will 1 $1.00 HilUard, Jos W., 1 Blackburn, J. W Burden, Jeff, gone to Grayson 1.00 Grace, C. R 1.00 Huff, Leslie, Owensboro, ....I 1 1.00 Benson, W. M., Illinois, ..1 1 County, '. 1.00 Hamlett, J. H 1.00 Kirk, Ed 1 1 1 .... 1 1.00 Burton .John, Illinois Burden, John 1 1.00 Howard, J. H 1.00 Loney, W. M 1 Beniwlit, Wm. J, Tennessee ,1 Burden, Brad, gone to Davlesa 1 1.00 Hudson, J. D 1.00 McCarty, Powell 1 1 1.00 Baize, J. T., .., County. 1 1.00 Hlnton, H. C, 1.00 MoDanlel, Tom, 1 1 1, 1.00 Baize, G. B 1 Cotton, William, Jones,-W- . 1 1.00 Miles, 1 property, C., John H 1.00 Cllne, Joe, Illinois 1 Grayon, Frank, 1 5.S0 King, John, 1.00 1 Colebaugh, A. F., $400.00 "...1 Curley, J. H., gone to Louis1 1.00 Miles, E. S.,., 1.00 King, R 1 1 1.00 Cox, James 1 ville 1.S0 Mlle3, Pole, property $245.00..! 3.55 Mayfleld, A. L 1 1.00 Collins, J. P., property $80.00 1 ...1 Carmlckle, J. W 1 1.00 Mankes, C. B 1.00 Mitchell, Alfred R 1 1 1.00 Cope, John, Illinois Duncan, J. S., . ...1 1 I1 1.00 Newcom, J. T., 1.00 ond, W. G .l 1.00 Davidson,, Tom Ed., Illinois 1 1.00 Petty, S. H., 1.00 Poole, A. L 1 1 Plerson, D. M., 5.45 Davis, T. Jeff, Owensboro..l George, Peter, property $425.00 1 1.00 Pople Thomas, 1.00 Paris, jR. L., 1 1 1 1.00 Dano, Ed VrOLI, J. (,, .... .4......X 1.00 RilevJ: F 1 1.00 Quick, Daniel 1 1 .... ....1 1.00 Evierly, Harry Keith, J. G 1.00 Ramberger 1.00 RlleyJtW. H 1 1 Owensboro 1 1.00 Everly, John F., 1 T. L.., 1.00 Roby, John 1.00 Smith1? Peter, property $400,00 1 1 1 Fllbach, C. M., ornis, Leslie, gone to Owens1 1.00 Scamens, R. P 1.00 Stewart, W. H 1 ..1 1.00 Fulkenson, Charles, 1 boro1.00 1.00 Smith, Loney, C, Illinois.. 1 Guy, Larkln, Hopkins Co. ..1 BARTLETT. Jjg 'Morris, W. A., gone to Owens-bor- o, 1.00 Saper, Ed. A., property $125.00 1 2.30 Ambrs, 1 O. W., iiropdrty 1 l.qo Hards, Ben., Ill 1.00 :...-.:- . 1 . v.l- $70.QtY4-F'.' r.t.""..!" 'Hoo Huntrw. w., ...i 1.00 Spenoerrl"James-- ' O: Patrick, 1.00 St. Clair, Addle 1,00 Ambrose W. S., 1 1 i '..1 1.00 Hurt, John C , ....1 Probus, John, 1.00 Bartlett, "ames, 1 1 . 1.00 Sullivan, Orvllle, 1.00 Klrby, Leonard, ....1 Peyton, AV. E .1 t 1.00 Wells, J. H 1.00 Bartlett, R. B.,J'qne to Indi 1 1 Leisure, Horace, C, property, O. Renfww 1.00 Whltler, Frank, , 1.00 1 ana, property ?9 10,00 2.15 Martin, Earl, Muhlnbeerg Co. 1 $110.00 100 Whltler, J. F. 1 1 1 1.00 Barnes, Charles, ..., 1!00 Minton, Wm. T. Jr 1 Renfrorw, Nat, l'.OO Baize, J. 7 1.00 Whltler, Jesse,.. 1 1.00 .McCoy, Elvis, Hopkins Co...l 1 M Underbill. W. v L 1 1.00 Williamson, A. L. property, , Mclntlre, Boonne, Herbert, gone HORSE BRANCH COLORED. 1.00 .' 1.10 Bray, John, gone 1 1 1 $10.00 1.00 McConnell, Chas 1 CUrk, Ed., 1.00 1 1 Maddox, Grover C, BAST FORDSVILLE COLORED. Casteol, Andy ROSINE. " " 1 ' 1.00 Godsey, 1 Ambrose, $1.00 Craig, Buford E I I$1.00 Maddox, Frank, Awtry, H. C ....1 Edge, Robertson, Clarence, IHopklns, John W., property Austin, C. T., ....T 1.00 Maddox, Hiram, 'Muhlenberg .'1 1.00 1.00 1 County., County $15.00 1.00 1 Allen, C. B., 1.00 1 Everllng, Ed WEST FORDSVILLE. 1.00 Nave, Adam, 1 Burden, Tom, 1.00 Aull, Bud, Indiana 1 $1.00 Foreman, William, 1 4.15 Phielps, Ellsa A., Back A. B., property, $300.00 1 1 1.00 Aull, C. M 1.00 Helm, Joe T property $10.00 1 1.00 Patterson, Sam 1 ..,, Cook, Will, 1.00 Bannatt, Herbert 1.00 Hamilton, John .' 1 1 1.00 Robinson, Norman C 1 Combert, J. B 1.00 Carter, Joe B 1 1.00 Hardy, R. L 1 1.00 Robinson, Charlie 1 Dancds, Solomon 1.00 Chambllss, 1 Enmilt, Daviess 1.00 Robinson, Estll, Hohelmur, Bud, 1 Dobbs, John 1.00 1.00 Horseman, J 1 1 County 2.05 Raymcr, Ed., 1 Foster, A property $100.00.. 1.00 Howard, J. A 1.00 Duncan, W. F., 1 1 1.00 Reynolds, William 1 Ford, Isaac 1.00 Dunn, Felix 1.00 Hudson, T. J 1 1 1 1.00 Ross, Cass 1 Goodman, John 1 1.00 Evans, Wm. H 1.00 JefXrlet), property, 1 1.00 Smith, William J. S., 1 Hall, Albert 1.00 Evans, Thos. F. 1.00 1 1 $55.00 t 1.00 Smith, Blaine, 1 Kuykendall, George 1 1.00 Evans, John R 1 1.00 Lake, Fred, K ,1 1.00 Shoulders,, J. M 1 Kuykendall, Dave. 1.00 Godsoy, L. W., gone 1.00 Miller, T., D., Owensboro, ..t 1 1 1 1.00 Shlndler, William, T.IUi.ni, T U 1 1.00 Hall, Joe 1.00 Moseley ,Wm. W. 1 I 1.00 Strange, Fred, 1 nLonsr. Albert 1.00 Hall, Jack 1 1.00 Nelson, J,, A 1 1 Wilkiexson, W. A property. H. Leach, 1.00 Hllllard, Robt 1 1.00 Nlckolson, J. W 1 1 1.75 Wllkierson, Lum, 475.00 1.00 HilUard, Blaine, 1.00 Ralph, Henry, 1 1 1 Westerfleld, Jacob, property. T. Leach, F. 1.00 Rhoads, Butler MQHENRY COLORED. Hllllard, George ,.1 C, Owensboro 1 1,45 $15.00 1.00 1 1 property, $25.00 1 $1.00 Hothb, Leroy, gone 1.00 Bassett, George, .. ""'Park. J. F.. 1 1.00 Hqward, Monroe, 1 1.00 Rhoads, W. W., 1 1.00 Basley, John, gono 1 Polrce, J, N., 1.00 Huff, Garland, 1 1.00 Rysselburg, W. A., I Bator, Alvln, Muhlenberg Co. 1 W. S., property, Jtafterty 1.00 Huff, Geo. W., Owensboro ..1 1.00 Ryaselburg, P. J., , .1 I V,.i 2.10 Balrd, Jesse, Indiana $100.00 1.00 Hunt, E. F 1.00 OUjiPi J 1 1 1.00 Carter, John .a Smothers, Richard, 1 1.00 Shown, Alonzo, 1 1.00 Fond, James 1 ..si 1.00 Koene, Samuel, gone , Sctoroader, E., .... 1 1.00 Key, John M 1.00 Smith, Joseph L 1 .... .1 1.00 Griffin, Eugene, Schroader, J. C, . i 1 1.00 Lagrande, G'eo. V Henderson 1 Trogden,, L. S 1.00 Miller Claude J. L., . Schroader, 1 1.00 1 i ..1 1.00 Taylor, B. J County .... '. 1.00 Miller, John. Stewart, J. T., .., , ' 1 1 1.00 Lyons, Frank, 1.00 Ward, W. V 1 1.00 Nichols, Felix, gone L . .Stewart, W. H., 1 1.00 aioGuffy, Wallace, gone ....1 1 1.00 Wright, Thomas, 1 1.00 Raid, Owen, Illinois Stewart, A. II...... 1.00' Newton, C. R 1 1 Render, Amos., ..1 l.l'O Wedding, G. F b'. property, IH. Stewart, 1.00 Pate, Chas. H., 1.00 HEFLIN. ,.1 1.25 Robinson, Sam, Louisville,.. 1 1 $25.00 1.00 Peterson, Edward, J. proparty, 1 1.00 Bradshaw,. Davis, Suae. George, Tennessee ..!' Tate, James, gone to Daviess 1 1.00 Ralph, William, Tannasstw.'.l 1.00 1 $100.00 1.00 Taylor, Thomas County, .... ,... .... ,."..1 1.Q0 Bennett,' E. R., 1 Reaves, R. H., Owensboro, ..1 1.00 Watford, Arthur, Muhlenberg ! Watson, Willie, .. 1 1 1 l.M Seaton, Sidney 1.00 Basliam.J. J,,.. ., County 1.00 Whitehead, J. M 1 1 1.00 Seaton, Ed., gone. 1.00 Drace, R.M 1 E., Williams, John EAST BEAVER DAM. .1 , Dodson,' John T Taylor, W, C, gone, to Grayson OBNTERTOWN. Bate J. A., gone to Muhlen1 property, County, property,' $560.0b.?l'' 6.S5 Dodbon,((,R"oy,., Georgia, .1 $i.00 Ashby, berg, "County 1 $300x.OO $3.15 Ward, John J t 1.00 James, J. Davlesa Poiqua, D. F., gone to .'..'. ..r 00 Warner, Geonge 1.00 Ashby, Alvln S .....1 1.00 Johnston,.W., property $135.00 1 K Oounty.. ,i. V t 1.00 Bolton, Wm. C .......1 1.00 Wells, Frank, Qwonaboro, ,.1 1.00 Miller, F.'ia.. 1AI&, Ww. 0., Whlttlnghill, W. A. Muhlen 1 Nanoe, Cloin, , property, Chester; Neighbor, J. L., Florida, .1, 1.00 Bolton, 1.05 1.00 Pierce, Lawls, H., prapurty berg County, , ... . , 1 $5.00 1.00 JteMKQBOrff, M. r.., ?iuw, .,1 1.00 1 $30.00 ,V. 1.00 Brown, Ettsa, ....I ....1 1.00 Wlfchan, Dode, Oltar, Joe, gone, .... ..., .1 1.00 1 1 Richardson, 8. L., AETNAVILLE. 1.00 Brawn, C. L ..1 .Mlpa, J. W 1.00 Collier, Robert, ..... 1 ... ,.1 $1.00 Rowiwa,R., N 1,00 Crowe, J. A., gone .... ,...1 IMuipmar, G. R., ,. Elmer, 1.00 Sparks proporty, 1.00 Coopr, property, M ' Church, John, Davlosw Co, 1 Elijah, Robertson, R, E $65.00,,-,- ' 1 2.05 Qurley, Wm. M., .... .,t 1 1.00 1 $100,00 Springs,. tBandsrfur. L.. M., Hot 1.00 Dunn, C. C. Jr. .., 1.00' Cdqtor, Richard L., .... ....1 1.00 Sparks, .1 ,.1 ... Arkaasafl, ,,., 1.0 Bddlngton.'Amoa. 1.00 1 m. 1.00 Delta, David, gone to? Indiana 1 CERALVO. 1.00 GrpeH, Carl., Davlaaa CounBishop. W. T 1 1.00 Frguan, NW. 8., gone .1 7t8&ma; P, y.. "."' '. ..,1 ty 1.00 BUhopJee, ... .... .... .,1 l.M GaRFwU, S. A., 1 BMAJiK DAM COLOKWD 4lkr T...1-"- V1.00 Knight property Wllllffi, DurlniuSaiH, E., ..1 ...i- - 1.00 JaoMM, Wi. F XIvhhmV.'.V SHfJWV IjilMWT, .ill 1.00 lTeo Myars, Lammtet...., , 1.05 DuPbaia.J., D 1 1 ,. $5.00 , ! BaUd, Watr,' .... 1.00 LyoM, Wlllbuu, 1 1.00 IgleheaMft W. O, I 1 1.00 Matloek, Wt., '. is t BarMM, W, II., .... 1.00 MlagM, Gfaat. 1.00 Klmbleyr'F. E 1 L' 1.00 Stogner, Wjn J Arkaaaa8..1 iL f ... Collla. Lutbar, 1 gono , 1.09 Rose, Frank, ,..., I 1.00 Moofv, Tboww, Istllaoa .,.,1 1.00 MoDowI, Jc-kIMI , 9 All-cm- , (Continued Herbert Riley,., Chlnn, J. D Cook, Cooik, 1 ,L I 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 11.00 1.00 1.00 l.OO 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Stogneff, E. B property $25.00 1 Stewart, William, Smith, John, W. Snodgr&ss, G. B., Snodgrasa, H. R Stoannan, A. L TUford, W. T TIchenor, W.W. Wakeland, D. W Williams, John 1 L 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.25 Morrteon, Ab, Oklahoma 1 PMlllpfl; Chas. D l Slrlos. .Jas. W. i Williams, Darwin l Wlllfiwns, C. E., Hardin, Co 1 WllsoBjfZaok, Hancock, Co. 1 SHREVE. 1 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 $1.00 1.00 1.0 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.C0 1.00 Silence! The initinct o( modesty natural to every woman Is often a great hindrance to the cure o( womanly diseases. Women shrink from the personal questions of the local physician which seem Indelicate. The thought of examination Is ob horrent to them, and so they endure in silence a condition of disease which surely progresses from bad to worse. found a rctu&e treat tor modesty In Ms otter ot FREE consulta been Dr. 'Pierce's prlvlteio it baamany women who ttavo to core a Hon by letter. Alt correspondence Is held as sacredly confidential. Address Dr. R. Y. Pierce, Buffalo, tt. Y. Dr. Pierce's Pavorite Prescription restores and regulates the womanly functions, abolishes pain and builds up and puts the finishing touch of health on every weak woman who gives it a fair trial. It Makes Weak Women Strong, Sick Women Well. You can't afford to accept for this a secret nostrum as a substitute medicine op known comfositios. $1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 I E., THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co. iCr. . , ll .(INCORPORATED) t t WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE AT COST. ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD $1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 POINT PLEASANT. 1.00 1 1.00 Byers, William 1.00 Brown, Isaac 1 1.00 Coppage, J. W., Livermore, 1 1.00 Cox, J. R Muhlenberg Co... I 1 1.00 Daugherty, Mack, 1 1.00 Ewln, Ed 1 4.20 Everly, B. N 1.00 English, J. M I 1 Hudson, Jesse BE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN REACH. E.G.BARRASS, 4im 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 - Manager wr.,',::: ....', ... i.-t..--i ..l ...,l .... 1 Jamison, E. J $L70 Moseley, Willie not found.. 1 1 1.00 Nelson, J. T. 1 1.00 Neal, Edgar L TIchenor, Perry, gone 1 10.85 Whlttaker, Henry 1.00 POINT PLEASANT COLORED. Columbus, property Borah, 1.95 1 l.f 0 $90.00 1.00 1 1.00 Taylor, Jim - Harbourt, Minor, Owensboro 1 Harris, J. M., property $30.00 1 Hlnes, Leslie, property $93.00 1 Hurf, Walter S., Daviess Co 1 Luck, Mrs. Mary J., Daviess County property $100.00 ..1 Luck, Reuben, gone to Daviess County 1 Luok, Davi3 W., gone to Da1 viess County Iartln, J. F., gone to Davles3 iCounty 1 1.00 2.00 1.30 1.00 1.05- - 1.00 1.0t t 1.00 1.25 1.00 '1.001.00 - Monroe, Geo. W., gone to Hancock Co., property $25.00 ..1 Morrison, Reet, gone to Owens-Iboro 1 1.00 NARROWS. 1 l.no Allen, F. D 1.15 1.00 1.00 I Bennett, J. B 1 Beverly, Roscoe Bolton, C. B f....l I' Bolton, S. B 100 Bollng, Austin r..l 1 1.00 Brown, Geo. R., 1.00 Crowe, T. H I 1.00 DeWeese, I. S., gone to Davi1 1.00 ess County- 1.00 Galloway, Walter, Owensboro 1 1.00 Grant, C. M.. Evansvllle.'...t property, Cooper, Harrison, 1.55 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.25 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 $97.00 1 Payne, Charles, .1 Pryor, Jlose, gone to Grayson, "...X County Reardon, Robert, gone to Daviess Co. property $185.00.. 1 $1.00 Reardon, Thomas, gone to Hancock, County 1.00 I I 1.00 Reardon, Isreal, gone gone to 1.00 Rhoads, Boy, (Col.) 1 Daviess County 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.S0 1.00 1.00 8.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 $1.00 1.10 I , .. James, G. I Owensboro ..1 1 Pharnis, R. R., sono Grayson Pulliam, Clarence, County property $75.00 ..I 1 Raidon, C. M., 1 Schroader, A. W Wedding, James, Oweuaboro..l 1 Wlllet, Enunett RALPH. b Baize, Oscar T 1 Bunger James B 1 Edge, Ancel L 1 Farmer, Wm. A 1 Farmer, Reet, 1 Horseman, John S., 1 Johnson, D, J., I Keeton, Henry F 1' Keown, John W Merritt, Joe E., gono to Mis1 souri Mldkdff, Thos., gone to Arkan- Beasley, A. ...1 Byers, G. W property $10.00 1 1 Carmlokle, E. C Coy, James, gone to Indiana 1 Crowe, R. J Durbln, J. L I Duvall, II. W., gone to Indi1 ana, property Henry, Bmbrey, ARNOLD. D 1.00 LOO l 1.00 1.00 1.00 $75.00 . 1.75 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.20 1.00 1.00 1.00 Loach, V B.. Mitchell, J. A., $115.00 1 Smith, $115.00 Claude, property, 1.00' 1.00 $2.05 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 LOO LOO sas 1 Hr. '..f a 2.10 1.00 1.00 1.30 1.00 1,00 LG5 1.00 $1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1 Plerson, Sain A., Ralph, Hiram W., gone to Mis1 souri 1 Ralph, Lawrence 1 Royal, John F 1 Sapp. Wm. M Sharp, Go. W I .1 Tanner, Willie, 1 Taylor, Oscar 1 Taylor, Elijah M., property, Cotanan, Wiells, $50.00 1 ! J,-B- ., '' James W ....... PRENTIS. 1 FrizMll, B. H., .., Hoops, C. W., ..,.. . .,. ..1 b Shultz, B. M., Whlttaker, 1 1 HERBERT. V Canary, John, gone Caysanger, Noel, Daviess Co, 1 Fortnor, Atiubroae, ..,. ...,.,1 Hamilton, M. L., Owensboro 1 Ha4ibourt, Walter, tiroperty, $50.00 .l 1 Smith, R. L L Smith, Thomas, $1.00 Smith, Joe 1 1.00 Woosley, S property $35.00.. I 1.00 Wdlloughby, C. T gono to 1.00 Butler County I 1.00 RENDER. 1.00 Ashby, Jesse, gono to Illinois L 1.00 Burton, G. W. P I 1.00 Bishop, A. T 1 1.00 Carter, Wm. F., 1 1 Dcnnlsou, Alec., 1.00 Durham, James, 1: Forgubon, Robt., gone to But1.00 1 ler County 1.00 Farr, David L Galtlwr, Robert, gone I 1.00 Garrett, B. S ....1 1.00 Gantry, S. B h 1.00 j Hurt, John Leslie ... Vr 1.00 Hardin, James, gone to Qw- - , 1.00 1 ensboro 1.00 Hardin, E. M., gono to Owens1.0 , boro l 1.00 Hogan, John, gone .I Millard, A. A., .,.,1' 1.50 Moore, Will, gono to Muhlen1.00 berg, County, I Merldlth, Eck, ., l $1.00 Parson, I. S ., ...1 1.00 Robertson, C. L., 1 ,1.00 Rojl, G. I)., gone to Indiana iRLssuneor, E. E. t .,i $1.00 Staples. WjW.. I 1.00 Render, E. T., (Col.) t L35 1,00 $1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 .1.00 1.00 1.00 1JM , L00 ,1100 1.00 L00 ' itoo 1.Q0 t 1.00' i"o ,1.00 v1.00 1.00 1.00 1.50 Coh. mLl t t 1.00 ,,.. , 1 8C0 $1014.00 ToUI Copy Attest: W. S. TINSLEV, C. 0. 0. .MJL NARROWS. QwoRsboro Wednesday. Mr. N'oblo Dean, of Sulphur Aril 3. Mr. Ixm Whlto went to ,,,,,,,',,,M4,,,,t,,s' ' rfrt',,MMMfc 8prltss ia epondlng tho wosk with his daush-to- r, Mrs. J. II. Thomas. atr. E. Q. Klnby ntterdod tho Green lUvor Tobacco .Association mecjUng at Owensboro Wednesday and Thursday, Airs. Will Park and Alias Madlne MoEucn apont Sunday with friends la Owensboro. Miss Lon Dyora of Frledaland sp.mt a few days hone last weak visiting her aunt, Mrs. Amanda Park. Messrs. Estli and ltoscoe WJllls of Ky., are here visiting MaimlDgton, their, parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. P, WllJIsi You Are Going to I II il s HH III I B. II I III hII Wo-men- oi Mr. J. T. Potty was In Owensboro Sunday. Miss .Maude ShulU went to Bowling Oroen Monday where she iwlll attend the State Normal School. Mrs. Slg White Is teaching a very suooessul spring term, of school hena. Sho has about .twenty (boarding Mrs. White taught the fall term of school here and will teach the fall term again this year. Mrs. White Is one of tho vary best of Ohio County school tuacbers and that district Is fortunate that secures her services. Tobacco deliveries are about com'About seven hundred pleted, here. thousand pounida were delivered this season at the Narrows Tobacco Warehouse, anid everybody was well satisfied with tho management of the house. etu-dun- ts. And wear we hope, some of the smartest Clothes ever offered to the Wfell Dressed Men and this country. You will see them in Our Store now and a little later you'll see them" on 'the Ll men and women who know what good clothes are. EVERY DEPARTMENT & Is r fr ablaze with the New Spring Styles and we are ready to show any man, woman or child 'who 5 wnnfa fn Innlr nt t.VlAm. Ollft thin vnn'Il hf lmnrAsaorl xtrifli urban xrew of fKam an1 thai ia the thorough way in which we have prepared to supply every need of every human being in the &, trr .4 Mil The most common cause of itisomnl Is dlsardors of stomach. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets these disorders and enable you to sleep. For sale iby all druggists, ni , cor-.ne- ct community, in the matter of wearing apparel; not only a great variety of attractive Fabrics, Colors, J Patterns and Weaves,but the new style creations in Skirts, Waists,Ladies' Tailored Suits, Men's and E Boy's Clothes. We'd like to have you know that your entire list of necessities can be amply sup- L plied here, and that your interest will be watched as close as our own. ! 5 - Tobacco Growers Convention. By order of District President W. P. Stevens we are authorized to call the Green River District Tobacco Growers Convenitlon A. S. of E. to meet In Owensboro Ky.,;ph. Thursday April 13th, at the .business of this meeting session till tho business, "of this moating shall have been completed which owing to the great volume of business will require tho met Ing to continue to. Friday, so we insist on a full delegation and that , you one. aruianod. to remain to the end of the important convention. S. B. nOBERTSOX, Sec'y. We MaJce Special Features of If you haye trouble In getting rid of your cold yuu may know tliat you-ar- J not treating it properly. There is no reason why a cold should hang on for weeko and it will not If you take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. m For sale by all druggists. I Millinery, Dress Goods and THtn initio's & OUEEIN. QUALITY SHOES and OXFORDS R WOMEN. Tr ii,.-- GLurt fner 6i Marx Clothes Wi' . , -- A V 4- ' " " m Jm I L II II I King Quality Shos, Liberty Brand Hats, Ferguson - McKiniiey Shirts .,mt c Chliaren Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO R A I r ml xnese-une1 s -- 4. 1 t i m FOR M . . . N . i S Notice All persons having claims against Dr. Jo-- T. iMlJlec. deceased, will present the same to the uiudsrslguud executors, at Hartford, Ky., on or More Uw aid' day" of May, 1911, properly lunqven as required by law, or tihey will be forever barred. All .persons knowing themselves Indebted to said decedent wllll' please .. come forward at once and settle their accounts and save cost. This Aiwil il, l'Jll. D..G. Mii.LliR, ELIZABETH S. MILLER. "Executors of the last will of Dr. Joe 38t4 T. Miller, .deceased ' 3 vr ' e it j t possess every eiemeni oi tne seasons latest styles, and you are sure of 'satisfaction lor . When foot or Liniment lief. It Buffer? you have rheumatism In your the money expended, and we've provided an immense variety of each line for you to choose from, t t W e believe tney are tne best lines lor our customers to wear, and that s what we are here for. We Tirkorirlrk ninnm mmnrr linn J. ' nnn xvi vju.l P. l. Trm miv iiauc uiuug cvci nuc. xua quite uuiurui mux, we siiouici Know more ..i..... it i g$ uu tne ucou uovttu 4 about merchandise, the quality, the workmanship, the style, than the average man not in business. J? A part of the service we render is to put this knowledge at your disposal, to give you the benefit of it; to use it for your interest. Give yourself an opportunity to reap some of the benefits of this ser- vice, and to see the largest display of Spring and Summer Merchandise in this country: r wr1 i . 1 w - ti T4-- a. lnstup apply eiiamberlaln's and you- will gut quick recosts' (but a quarter. iWhy For sal j by all druggists. iu -- Just Half in Bed. Clyde.Ky. Mrs. 1. A. Deckor writes E. P. BARNES ' b! .1 W) jio trora "Clyde, "I recommend Cardul, the woman's tonic, to nay woman- In Boud of a ref'.'oily. , For five yarst I tvos unable to do iny work. Half my time was Knotyt n.bod. At times, 1 could. not stand. M last I triad Cur-du- l. Now I am well and happyjand can do my ,ovi work." Don't suffer said time and place and show cause, pain, headache, backache, and other If any they have, why the prayer of womanly misery when your own said cautioner should not be grauted. Jrlslliof a iximedy Oardul tlw Honorable Walter Witness got a bottle for .your Bliolf Evans, Judge of said Court, land the seal thereof, at Owensboro, Kentucky, In said district, on the 1st day of Notice in Bankruptcy. April A. D., 1911. In tlw district court of the United A. O. RONALD, Clerk, States, for itlvj Weston district of Ken iM. E. DUNN Deputy Clerk, tucky, Oweuaboro division. In the oiiatter' of Joimus Aloilandor It Will Fay You to Attend the Westerleld, a bankrupt. Smith Influential College in . On thl3 lat day or April A. D 1911 considering itlw vtitlon of the Famous Lexington, Ky. on Tho Wilbur Smith Biwlrwus Colaforesaid ibaKnrUpt for dlscliarge, filed oa tie 29Ut day of Manch A. D 1911 lege, Lexington, Ky., bias backing It before tald court at Federal Court a fine record of 33 yeans and over llall at Louisville, Ky., In Bald 10,000 successful graduates, is IncorpoHtrIct at 10 o'clock In tlw fonenoon, rated by ibankiers, merchant land If you iwluh a oouraM of or as near ithieneto sis practlcabW, and Shonubaaid, TyiawrlWng or one ttat BOtloo thoi'eof ibe publisheducjwb- oata- Telajfranhy, wrkofor a ia ilhirUord Ileimbllcan a flaw ' said district, and logue fnee, lacludittg from lottrs In j of at gnaduAte ttet all ktMHW orMoMtpra and other "lay aji.'ar ut Wilbur R. 8oUi,. Lexslujjtoa ICy. itt drug-sfcjthas11-- C Book-kjoopln- g, e ;g,.ft4 BROS.. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. ($L TlmbervniB, MIsa. Miss Gertrude Gatlin, of Ttmberyllle, writes: "I did not kuow anything could stop those womanly pains; frbni waioh J suffered Cheap Clubbiag Rates. tor two years, until I tried Cardul. We have made an arrangement wlU had been troubled with ivariouB fe-I the publishers of the Inland Farmer, male allmento, but tlney were cured la of Louisville, whereby we are enabled a ttttle while, ttaaks to Carudl." Car to furnish The Hartford Republican now. dui to eepeolalljr adapted for use by and that paper one year for, fl.50. Miss Desete Torxence, of Hartford allln womi.,'lt relieves headache, The Inland Farmer Is a weekly Jour is ivlstllng lwr parents Mr. and Mrs- - baekache, drawing feeUnj, kreu-lark- y, Ml and one. of the beet fawa papers j. h. Towence for & few dava nr n. nervottikess, mkery, aa4 vmsa,-an- ly published iq the. United States. Our, Ml her little sister Oora gets better, weakness. It u UUuA readers should take advantage of' Mr. Jesse Tomiiee'aad family of ie. it ooes the .wonlr Will you rtry this offer. MeHwy Mteto visited bis parents. KT Please do. B-- 7 liveryman will move in the house vacated by Mrs. Flemlster. aieasies aoem to ba Interfering with thkj school considerably. Mr. Jim Loyd lost two of his children pviith-l- n a week with measles followed by pneumonia. Those ano tho only daughters so far. (A protracted meeting Is In progress at the Methodist Church. (week with a fractured rib. Mrs. W. A. Flomlstor, Is moving to Owensboro this week. Air. Hill, the iM F0HDSV1LLE. jiw' lri4d - vj "iUt V: Macrh 29, Mr. 011a Wilson and wife wont to Iulyllle Sunday ,tq attend the wiaddln of their sister, iMiss Edna Wilson. ,. Sr. Basil WeaterfJeld's residence lately moved into, burned yesterday. The fire was undor such headway itfhen dlcovered tliat only Uia front room furniture, Including the piano and a few clothes were saved. Only a week or bwo ago one othls.flno muloran. off nvflth a scraper and was eo'ln-Juno- d It had to 'be. k Mod Wie no.w have a printing piiess Jn our town, and they aay we wijlhave a paper aba .soon. . Miss Irene .Miller Is visiting tin thls.'wock.. Wltoon and Co., .have their millin' . ,. ery opening Mrs. Clareoce. Keawn, went to WhltesvUla Saturday shopping, ., Mr. Cbuvuoa . Keown (wiho iwwks for the M. H. .&. E. Is at homo this liar-dlnabu. .to-da- BALD KNOB. .People in this neighborMarch hood are ivory (busy- hreakimg corn ground and gardening. Little Miss Cora Torneuce, Is not much better at this writing. Sabbath School will begin at this place next Sunday. Everybody attend Sabbath School will begin at Mt. Pleasant next Sunday eyienlng. oociy Anvlted to attend. LMrs. J. A. Davis' is visiting her daughter Mrs. Lueltai Shields, of Oak Oroya neighborhood at this writing. It 'eeeme that spring Is coming slowly but surely. We are having ouronuoh needadralu 29. - Mr. and Mrjj' J. H. Towence, last Sun day. Air. Charlie of Mt. Pleasant neighborhood who has Just return ed from Illinois vlslKed his sister Mrs. J. W. Taylor and family for a few: daye last week. Stop Those Pains. Ery v -