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In conclusion, 1 desire to bid each and every one of you Godspeed in your most (worthy and laudable undertaking. I itruat you (may, God wiling, name ahundfcmit crops this year to crown your labor. May all of you over be ifound faithfully cairostly and profitably laboring for HOME, LOVED ONES and Country, and honoring the name of tho blessed Master above. TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE: PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY. Subscription $1 per Year No. 3 COUNTY, KY FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1911. CELEBRATING TOBACCO PROF. T. H. SMITH DELIVERS ADDRESS Before County Union of A. S. of E. Vice President of Hartford lege Delights Members Col- of Farmers' Organization. The County Union of the American o.!tv of Eaulty held its irregular ""meeting at the Count House in this city last Friday and Saturday. Tho -- A meeting was twell attended both days, and the beat feature Saturday after noon was the address of Prof. Thonud H. Smith, Vice President of Hartford Cplldge, and iwho spoke on'Agrl-cuiturin tho Schools of our Common wealth." The address had many salient features, and ithe speaker showed clearly he had a thorough understanding of his subject Tie address follows: Fellow Citizens and Fannrera: I certainly feel compUmonted in receiving an invitation to speak to you, strong men and farmers of Ohio county. Allow me to say, no man thinks more highly than I do Of the natroltlsm and devoted work of the far mers of our great country. The subject assigned me for discussion is: "AGRICULTURE IN THE SCHOOLS OF OUR COMMONWEALTH." Definition of Agriculture. Webster tells us it signifies, "The Cultivation. of the ground in order to raise food Agriculture for man, and beast." has two divisions: Theoretical and Theoretical "Practical Agriculture, Agriculture is a science comprehending in its scope the nature and properties of soils the different Jsorts of seeds and iplants fitted for ithem,the composition arid qualifies of fertilizers and the rotation of crops and involving a knowledge of chemistry, Geology, and kindred sciences. Practical Agriculture is the knowledge comprehending all the labors of the field and the farm yard. Now from this definition of Agriculture and our experience We at once 33 the great importance of a knowledge ofit. We Know of no better place to to give the hoys and girls a know ldge of this great subject thai the THE HOME and the SCHOOL. COURSE OF STUDY as laid down by many Agricultural Schools embraces the Common Sohool branches, Chemistry, Botany and Forestry nil of which branches could be taiightlna moasue In our Common Schools. If the counties of our State possessed the County High Schools then ,tho subject of agriculture could toe taught In a higher and more satisfactory Bnan nor. Wo hope the Counties of the State may soon have sufficient and .satisfactory arranjanents made, so that the boys and girls of renowned Old Kentucky may have large and convenient opportunities to study and to iprastloe this important and apien- -' did subject. t sa be-ff- ln ORGANIZATION. depend on your organizing close, yes, "tight as .wax" organization, worn-er- a of tho mother Earth lot one admonish you to FOSTER the strength, seof your organisation by thinking HOME, and the interest, riously of comfort and wetfaro to tho lowed ones at and around "Home Swieot Home." tho Jn tho second place foatiox .strength of your organisation by acknowledging the rights of every mem-ba- r of your Unions the highest and theaj the lowest have rights, and saored rishfcs sohuld bo ireapectad by each and awry member. In the third place Josier the be-stneaeth of your organisation by nvaly to allow LITTLE PBTTjY deferences to war Ah barm-opleasure and proHt of your insti& all professions and ivocatlons organAlize? Then why not the farmers? say to you. farmers, tihe low, me to saivaWcn of the foonlnig inrtksnests , Have: defense. tanners a right to organize In of their interests? Do not j nf vour orslWoa .by CON GBblNO THAT TJWRK ARB OTH ERS WHO KNOW SOMKTH1NU. oo not allow youowlvas to W. to the polmt wkar you JUKI' KuNPW. or TiiHiK YOU KNOW IT ALL, awl at hU hut jtotaU jothtarg in tution, In. the w,, fourth jUu foster the for Sheriff Brash nars and It requires a live, energetlcunan to WILL CONVENE fill tlwblll. Before accepting the presFEAST OF PASSOVER CHRISTIAN COUNTY POOR ent position lie was for sevaral years connected wilth tho Citizens Bank many and in that capacity made by his festival. Begga Wednesday and SeJ5reWeather Since Sowing of friends young courteous manners. couple will reside in The Mountain Park, and aaslst In making Bible School Convention Will Last for Period of 'Sesi Has Resulted in Many the "Gem of tho Wlcliltas" tho Christian Church. Seven Days. , Bare Beds. falroU spot in Oklahoma. We Join the host of friends In hearty congratulations. At First Christian Church for 'Beginning with Wednesday night Hopkinsville, Ky., April 9. With To Begin Life Anew. April 12, tiw annual feast of the Pass the ((exception of tobacco plant beds, Two Days Session InMorganfield's Building Boom. over, or .gosach, will be celebrated crDpi'(iane looking well in this part Kansas City, Mo., April 11. With Monganfleld, Ky., April 10. by the Hebrews, in commemoration C of tho State and the farmers arj.well his fortune gome, but with his health structive Program. and several other towns in thu exoduaMfrom Egypt. Tho obser- advanced with their work. But many good and his couragj undaunted, Fos enjoying vance continues throughout seven of Jthe farmers are reporting hmavy jthls ipart of th3 State are ter J. Foster, 107 years of age will a .building boom and architects and days. damage to tobacco plant blds a3 a begin life anew. Foster, tho grand"The Bible School Convention and busy. and building material nwo are Although "the Passovar has certain resuilVof tho severe wwather that has son of Red Jacket, chietf of the Se- Uhristlan Woman's Board of Missions A number of business houses and feature in. common with tho univer- prevailed at fipjiiiueint Jnterivals since neca Indians in N'sw York Revolu v. tut-- i.i6"tHIl uiailiCT. OC itVXI' residences are going up in Jlorgan-fielsal spring festival, t is Its hbtorical thoy were sown with the sesl. tionary periods, Is hure to take steps! tucky will convene in this city atj r 1TW21V is quite a largs proportion slgnlficanoo which gives It Luting vito mane nis last ngnt tor a mining i the (First Christian Church next .Tu tality. It is .the general Indcpjndenee that escaped injury at all, the oun-e- r claim out of which he says he was .Way and Wednesday. An lnti.rt. Civil War Fifty Years Ago. day of the Hebrew; the first event in, having tnken every .pnacaution Swindled. Intr orozram has hppn nrr.nnrAwl nfrtl Just fifty years ago, last (Wednes- his national history, an lavtint which to protect them, but in otlfer tes if he does not receiver the claim, ' lows: day on tho 12th of April, 1861 (the became fundamental in all his think- favorable Instances thl3 seid coniH up located in .Montana, he nsserti he C W. B. M. Program Tuesday, , At 4:30 ing too, as evidence by the frequent very ' scattwrlngly, .while some ibeds Amenlcan Civil war began. will go Into business. April 18, 1911. mortnlng of that day reference to the groat deliverance. o'clock on the are said to be practically bare. For Foster says ho was toorn In 1801, MORNLNG. the Confederate shore batteries at The festival is ushenod in by a this Tfiason it is foaredi there may be on what is now Seneca street, in 10:. Charleston, 3. C, opened line upon family service called, the Sedar, at a scarcity ot plants in many neigh- Buffalo, which Devotional Mrs. .W. B. at that tlmi3 wias an Wright. Forb Sumter, one of the fonts located which certain symbolic aeremonials borhoods when the traxihplanting Indian village. For yeara Foster iwas G reetlngs iHartf ord . in ,the great harbor at that point ana obsenved. Each participant and season' comes. a government sccut and sxnet ser Thirty-si- x 10:15. Object ot Conventions-- Mrs. hours later after those bat- the lowliest is privileged to alt at the "Wheat, Clov-vand Oats ore all vice agent. S. K. Yancey. teries had Xlred 2,301 solid shot and 980 table that rtightr Is required to drink looking well. Wheat Is especially 10:30. Fifty Years of Woman's shells at the walls of the (font the lit- four cups of wine in memory of the vigorous and the. farmers say it Fruit Damage is Reported. Work for Women Mrs. T. F. Blrk-hea- d. tle garrison under (Major Anderson, four promises made toy the Federal to gives every indication of a fine crop. Unlontown, Ky., April 11. Promi gave up the unequal contest aind sur- redeem Israel from bondagvj. On the Recent rains have helped the oats nent .fruit growers of Union ccunfcy S:ng. rendered. On the morning of the 14th table are the unleaviened oakes and clover considerably and iboth crop raport that the apple crop is eafe, 11:00. The Story of the Jubllea Major Anderson and Ms command (Alatzos), the shin bone of a lamb are- - now growing nicely. but that piaches and pears have been Mrs. M. T. Henderson. less than 100 men marched out of th (roasted on coals), commemorative Quito a good deal of corn has gnsatly damaged by the tvoent cool So nig. fort with honors of war, and a roasted been planted, some of the longest weather. of the Paschal sacrifice; 11:30. Work of the C. W. B. M; for Now York. egg, a mixture of aples and nuts farmers of the county havilng finish from the Pastor's Viewpoint Dr. M. Thus the greatest and ibloodlest of (Charroeth,) to cymbollze the mortar ed this part of tho work, while most G. Buckner. modern wars a war In which some with which the Egyptian made bit-t- ot the. others have It well under way. A'nnoun cements. three million men wtane- under twins the lives of the fathers, and' "bibber But'ihe weather conditions were not 12:00. Benediction. and in which 500,000 ox theneaboiuts herbs (Manor) ramlnlscent of the un- - altogether ftuorable during the plant'AFTERNOON. were either killed outright or died ot unloaveiwd ing, and have not been so during the Durlng the festival 2:00. - DiTOtional Mrs. wounds or disease. Jon. H. eaten instead of the usual last Several days, and most of the faren4uryrias sufficed to heal bread ls Williams. A. half leaven. In orthodox homse groat care mers are expecting to have much re2:30. Round Table "Why" am C the wounds that were riw audi bteed-ln- g Is taken that all traces of loayon be planting to do. a Member of the C. W. B. AC" when the war alosad; evntf (nowj th removed hefore the beginning of the Allarly fruits are thought to have iby members present. comfltat hjaa ibeen for festvlal. Sets of dishes otherwise bitterness of Lead betan'iilodiy the frosts, freezes and gotten. er, Mrs. Walter Evans, are provided. even snufl' Very few, if any, poach- Chrlst-ja- n 3:30. The Woman's Services ana held in the synagogues res, pears and early apples will be Board of Missions Mrs. Sanaa K. Teachers for Hartford College. and sermons preached In kespfag wltl produced here this year. Yancey. The Board of Education for Hart the thoughts of the festival. Excerpt 3:3.30 Children's Period. ford, met Tuesday afternoon and pass from or in some cases the wh'ola of Electric Lights for Livermore. Kflni? hv Pnlmapv rhuj upon applications for teachers in the hook of The Song of Sonigs ana ed Wonk Is being rushed iby a large e. 4:00. An Auxiliary for Hartford. the various grades for Hartford read. v force of eloatrlclans on tlu erection 4:20. Benediction. There were quit a number of of the electric light plant at Liver-mor- e, NIGHT. applications, all of them with splend The Meaning of Easter. McLean county, and within the 7:30. Durational Senvlcea. id recommendations and it was town twill be ought to mean for us the next few days, the T. WADE STILVTT'ON. 8:00. matter for the members of the. Easter new hope of such a potential lighted by electricity. The Llverauor Kentucky's Conquest H. W. Tlie aibo,w is a splendid llkenis Elliot. among birth of a board to .make amotions from company is installing of Mr. T. Wade Straiten, of Crcm-wel- l, character as to carry with it salvatio Elxtrlc Light so many deserving iteachers. The fol PROGRAM BIBLE SCHOOL CONVEN in thirty street lights and also has a Ky., who Is a candldato for for both worlds. The Christ-ma- n I lowing ore the selections: TION WEDNESDAY APRIL large force of electricians engaged In Graat Keeper cf Wampum of the tjendkirntess spreads his Principal, H. E. Brown; asslstari Ineffable 19, 1911. upon the wiring the private residences that will Great Council of Kentucky of the Imhand in blessing 8:30. Worker's Conterence. tacher In Collegiate department, heads and hearts of all who desine it. have the lights installed. proved Order ot Rid Men. The Great W. 9:30 a. m. "A Half Hour With the Winona Stevens; And who does not desire it in this Council will meet at Owensboro May R. Hedrlck; Fifth and Sixth grades Organize Corn Growers Club. 8 and 9, at iwhlch time thi anniual Master Teacher" J. B. Briney. fevered, hustling, bustling, crowding, 10:00 a. m. Opening rrOU AUUC1BUU, XUIIU fiy a.... r- i conference crushing twentieth pentury? Whose Mt. Sterling, Ky.. April 12. The election of officers ot the Great CoungroMes, Miss HatUa Glenn. Primary Subject, "The 1911 Front Rank, cooling and tender as his? "Montgomery County Corn Growers' cil w ill be held. iMr, Stratton is Well so depalitment. Mls3 Anna Eliza Keown. touch is Standard." Whose love is so strong and available Club" baa been organized here by known throughout this and adjoining 10:45 a. nu District President's healing? Whose pity Prof. Thomas P. Bryant, of the Lex- counties, and woulld make a compeWhose balm so Only Two Weeks Remaining. Address G. W. Hull. Tho tent Treasurer ot any organlzatiom Station. so real? AVhose so constant? Whose ington Experimental .We wish (to call the attention ot Hl:15 a. m. "Tho Unfinished. character, so unchangoablle? members and He has a splendid chance of .being elecclub has twenty-eig- ht our roaders to the fact that two Task" W. E. Frazevj. To mo it is a .beautiful ithing that each will plant one acre and culti- ted, and his friends are looking after wodks from next Saturday is tho last 11:45 a. m. (a) Determining Saviour's resur vated from scientific points in order his Interests. day on which thsy will ilw able to the anniversary of the District, (b) Announcement of occurs at that wonderful pe- to increase yield. Tho officers chosen takia advantage of our offer of six rection Committers. year when nature works were: Blevlns, Pnonldentr Ashy Woman Editing Newspaper. roses with each one year's subscrip riod of the, 1:15 p. m. Commttee Meetings. paper and one year's sub- - her annual miracle of bringing life Thonus Cravens and Webb Blevlns, tion to our We are In .receipt of the .first num1:30 p. m. Conference of District the Vice Pirealdents,, and Edward Bogle, death, of resenomtlnig n. out of sonipuon to 'Oie anmer auu owku.-maber of the Nortonville Dispatch, pub- and County Officers. night of winter and crown Secretary. Fancy saad corn will be fur lished Wom'ember iwo are atferlng our long dark at Nortonville, Ky. It is 2:00 p. in. Buslueas Session (a) of the nished the club by MoKee Bros., corn paper onia year, The FanmeT and ing it with the divine dress edited by Miss A. H. Armstrong, pub- Secretary's Report, Miss Elizabeth. springtide. Nature's book of experts of Kentucky. Stockman one year and .the six (rosea, radiant lished by Frank E. Mohr and the bu- Glllam; (b) Committee Reports, (c) IT purling brook, hlrdllng's carol, hum all for $1.00. Bo sure and send in siness end is looked after by Frank Announcements. Wedding Announcement. bud and your subscription .before this otfer of bee, heavenly tint of G. Hoge. We wish them much suc2:30 p. in. Bible School SympoMr. and "Mrs. Charles Canter anblossom and the myriad voices of fen Read our advorfilse-meIs withdrawn. cess with their new paper, te sium Reviews. "How springtide's nounce tho 'coming marriage of their in anothar part of this issue and forest that tell ol to Conduct a Sunday SchooP'Law-ran- ce rejuvenation is osto to be stodlod by daughter, Myrtle Virginia, to Mr. y beWheat Growers Attention. and send in th coupon Walter Qbenohaln. "Tha all nven and can only leui to one H. C. Graham, which will taklo placo fore you forget it. ulletln"-jam- es The Whoat Growers of Ohio County Weekly H. Wilhimself. It at tho Baptist church Narrows,' Ky. source tho God of nature "Tho Bible mi Bible School am earnestly .requested to be present liams. Is a living Christ we worship and May Slat G p. m. Baptist Church. at the Wheat Growemj Association to .Methods" ,W. B. Wnlght. Paator Bruner will proaoh ait Render sianve. Hd conquer! death and hell 3:00 p. m. "Teaching Missions In be held at the Court house luIIart-for- d Ohio County Boy Marries. Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock and for himself and for us; conquered at 1 o'clock, Saturday April 22 the Bible School" ,M. G. Buckner. Mountain The foHowInK from the them for tills world as well as the Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. pool 3:30 p. m. Adult Bible Class SymOkla., to complete arrangements for tho (Baraoa banquet will he held Satur rtexit. Tho forces of avil need not Park Herald, of Mountain Park, of tho 1911 crop. The large wheat posium (a) The Way and How of day evening in the Masonic and K. have dominion over us. If we will concerning tho marriage of - Mr. Sam growers are niot earnestly requested Class Organization S. W. Bedford, sow of Mrs. Sallle E.- Jones, of of P. Banquet hall. A.U tho Hiom- - come to him in penitence and submis- Janes, (a) Since Our Class Organized, (c) to be present bring sion: bo will Infusi his divine life In- this city, will bo read with interest hena are expected to come and Our Best Booster, (b Our State Aim. T II.. BALMIIN, Pres. to our very being and make' life, a by the triauds in this county of tho some one wdth them, W. H. RHOADS. SecY. for 1911 W. E. Frazee. Ten minSunday School session ' at 9r45 new thing to us. It Is not a theory young man.. Only a few weeks ago Wlvtot Growers Association Ohio utes each. daya here vls- but a fact that tihe amended ChrUt Mr. Joraes splint several o'clock, Dr. E. W. Ford, Supt County. Christian Educational' SjhsIou. Morning warship at 11 o'clock, will so change the nanine as to le HIhs his mother and sinters. The Her7:30 p. hi. '" Devotional Exendssj. the Jmddvidual to .regard dKeArom ald says: thcBtta of sermon, "Willing Worker" Notice 8:00 p. m. Address J. W. Hardy. Wednesday owning at his home Rev an dltogetlwr new view point amd 'Ev,nlmg worship '&K. 7:45 o'cloelt. that Indaad, regardless of the. J. H. Cook-- , unsited in marriage Sam All persona having claims against toome of srmon, "The Great Ques Marriage License. patas and imperfections .that iheattt us Jones awl, Miss Anika Hook,, two ot Dr. Joe T. AlUler, deceased, will pre tion, teul, thai Inspired Answer." Af F. Fogle, 30, of MoHenry, to Jed- all, a spiritual "tim of the etrtglng our tawH'glvery popular young folks. sent the same to tho undersigned B. Y. P. U. meeting ia the Saraca Ky., on or st6 D. Oliver, 22, of Taylor Mines. Tlhe brldw Is the daughter ot C. II. executors, at Hartford, of birdu" haa come. Bvasgelltve Booth room at 6:45. V. T. Garrett 33, Nelson, Ky., to Hook and ia a talented and beautiful before, the 3rd day of May, 1911, Prof. Fteldan will loet hla sinatee properly pnaven as required by lawv Maybelle Randolph, 24, of Rocitport. young lady wth chanuilug manners. Three Negroes Lynched. class Friday evening, and Saturday M. S. Bratcher, 23 Fo, Ky., to lEllaville. Ga., April 9. Dawson Jor-dat- i, Everyone In and around Mountain or ttiey will be forever barred. evening aad Sunday afternoon, themselvAa Clenuule M. Leach, 17, White Run, All poraons knowing Muwmy Bur- Raxk knows Sam Jonas but for the Charles Pickett Robert Millard, 31, Bender, to An Notice. ton,) all vn&rom, were lyehd today benefit of our renders away who Indebted to aald decedent will! please Anyone having claims agaliut the by a mob of avaaked num. The ne- might ooatuse our Sam Jones iwlth come forward at once and settle na May Deck, 31, Linton Ind. John. M. Milan, 19 to Llllle E. astute oJ TfcoHwu Maddox, deowai, groes wew oofifti in Jail charged the great Bam Jouw evangelist we their accounts and save cost. Maxwell,18, both of Narrows. This April 3, 1911. with bw, iuoptrty wU4i iAnyiag NowUm Baaon, a white will any tbwt oar Sara Jones la a llvo should tU swna C. W. Wallace, 24, Cromwell, .to .Is D. G. provea e or before iMajr l,t1911, or awtrn. Ttw wab overnowwed w, jail- one whila Saul S. MILLER, arriot Sanderfur'18, Beayer ilam. dwcNted the a team their dead that k he waa for a short time er thv will be Xorovw bartwJ, helby B. Rablnsoa, 20, to AM Rowe, v Executors ot the lat will of Dr. Joe celte. 0w mm, awl was pbot dMd. uatll W MAived his pasa by St. A. M. 4MITH, Adwr. 18, 3SU of Hohols. Our tela Jones la at prasea of T. Millar, dema! Mi trw. McHry Ky. tks othn WfNHf Uaad HEBREWS PROSPECTS IN fice Deputy INHARTFORB of Mor-ganfle- ld d. r ed or - DU-oussl- ie col-Idg- au-fic- i nall-plerc- ' m r nt Flve-mlnu- to-da- en-ab- oa-ll- se sd Jmuw-revaiufel- lut iMHXER,-ELIZABET- ad Pe-tw- M )t SPRING OPENING SALE REMEMBER Our Store is Open Every Evening: Until 9 O'clock P. M. NEW YORK STORE REED, J. D. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. rm at the: New York Store Located Across the Street from Thomas Bros'. Grocery Store, Main Street. Also notify your friends and neighbors of this : : NEWYORK STORE GREAT SALE. Rib-bon- s, This entire stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Millinery, Lalies Ready Made Skirts and Waists, 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 or how great the sacrifice may be. One man's loss is always somebody's gain. Wonders never do cease, it is the most unexpected that most often happens. Oftimes just when things look the best they are indeed approaching a crisis; entire stock forced on the market at any old price. Extra Specials. yards of the very best Calico, such as the American, Simp. '40c son and the Calcuta brands for only ,..."." 7c and 8c Apron Ginghams in the following colors,Blue,Red,, Pink and lirown checks, at per yard : 51c 10c" Dress Ginghams in the following colors, Gray, , Brown,' t . 8c Pink, Blue, Red in checks or plaids, per yard 10 Ladies' Ready to Wear Department. .r 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 Ihe latest Styles and Colors. Your 94c thissale.for Ladies' Sailors in Black, 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 4Gc 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 Latest and Styles, in Black and Blue only, Worth twice the amount we are asking for these Skirts, your choice $1.98 $6 Black, Blue and Brown Silk Voil Skirts, only a few on hand. Drummer Samples in plain and trimmed, your choice while they last $3.89 Our $8 and $10 Skirts in all colors, such as Cheapion, Panama Serge and in all the latest good3. 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 choice-durin- g Men and Boys Ready to wear $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. only $3.98 $10 Men's Suits in Gray Mixed Stripes, the better Rrnnrl Clothing made up for high class trade, but we got these Suits in now. they are the $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 clothing 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 $11.93 $2.50 Boys Knee Suits on Russians Blouse with Belts attached, sizes from 3 to 9 in all colors for only $1.38 $3.50 to $4 Boys Knee Suits with Knickerbocker Pants made up to date in styles and workmanship, for onjy $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 Pa.nts, all Up to date $148 regulaj$15-ClQthingr.-your,choic- ....... i.r e -- Amoskeag Dress Ginghams in all the latest Patterns and . designs, only a few pieces left, per yard 15c 9 Jc .- A very good grade of Bleached and Unbleached Domestic, during this entire sale per yard Hope and Lonsdale Cambric a yard wtde, the world over you per yard. During this entireSp'ring have to pay now Opening Sale per yard ll-12- Jc 4c 9c -- .... White Pure Linen Dres3 goods, Guaranteed Irish Linen 26 inches Wjde, 35c quality. During this sale while it last, per yard . . 22c A yard wide Pure White Irish Linen Dress goods, 50c quality, as long as 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 18,c 200 yards of China Silks in all the latest colors and designs, Guarantee you can't buy a yard for le3s than $1, but we only bought a small quantity, while it lasts youre per yd 32c 25c quality of our Dress Suitings in the following Brands and Colors, Victor Cordee, Brocade in stripes or figures .only .... 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 98 $3.50 Ladies' Shoes or Slippers, Velvet Tops in button, B!ack or Tan, or all Velvet Slippers any size $ 28 ' $1.50 Suit Cases we have a few left ' 78c Trunks from $1.48 worth double the amount up to . . 1 '. $4 98 Men's work clothes such as Overalls, Jumpers and work ' Pants and Shirts all go m this great Sale at a great sacrifice, so early buyers will get the biggest bargains. So come early if you , Up-to-Da- te t per yard 18c 12Jc Percals and Suitinprs 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 Pins and Needles 1c Ladies' Handkerchiefs 2c During this great Sale Laces and Embroideries will go at nearly half price. So early buyers will reap the advantage. .' ...9c hi Mil's Willi It! H want to get some of the great bargains. Remember we have about 10,000 yards of Remnant goods, such as Calicoe 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 know you bought some Remnants before from us and you know what kind you have got, so nuf said. 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 js 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 get it all out quick in 10 days. price to We The last appeal. Free Trip to Hartford. I Railroad fares refunded to purchases amounting to $20 within the radius of 25 miles, So buying tick-et- a at your station, get your agent to give you a receipt for the amount you have paid and your money will be refunded at The N6w York Store. TUBS STORE J. D. REED, Notice! Men's and Boy's Straw Hate from 9c up to 48c, wwth double the money, also Baby's Caps from "lc up to 39c, all during k'thw Great 'Spring Sale, i Proprietor k HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. "- - )i i , J- YYYYYYYYYYYYYY BASEBALL DRAWS . BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME FREE! 1 2 f . M FROM ALL RANKS Statistics of the Pittsburg Club ; Show Great Diversity of Opinions. 111 4, Nothing beautifies the homo grounds like a few well selected roses. THE RE- PUBLICAN is going to titake it possible for every one of its readers to beautify & his or her homo grounds without a cent of cost. We will send ydu the six ever- blooming roses described below, absolutely free of charge, if you will mB send us only $1 to pay for THE REPUBLICAN one yejir and the Farmer and 1J Stockman one year. What is more we will t send you complete instructions on 7 planting and care with each 'collection. These instructions are written by an Ohio florist one of the most successful on earth. These roses will bo sent you postpaid by the Farmer and Stockman direct from the florist in Ohio, anytime you wish. You can order the collection now, before the supply is exhausted, and have them shipped any timjD you. wish before May 1. one-year-old u BJ The ALCOHOL 3 PEK CENT. a Atgc(ableIVfpara!ionrorAs-slraililingihcFoo(f3ntJRcdiil- CAST0R1A For Infants itnd Children. Kind You Have THE ROSES DESCRIBED. a L fPP J m 7 9L Yellow Kaiserin It is a healthy grower, very hardy bush. on which great masses of exquisite golden yellow roses are borne. Rhea Reid Great masses of large double flowers of the richest velvet red are produced on the whole blooming season. Dorothy Perkins In habit of bloom, jt is extremely free, producing flowers in immense dusters. The color is an exquisite shade of clear shell pink. Roses may be planted any time between this and May 1st. Better order now before the supply is exhausted. Thousands are ordering these plants now, and the supply may be exhausted if you wait till April to order. The Farmer and Stockman will hold the roses. for you till you are ready to plant them. Do not sparkling "pink. Black Rose The Black Rose makes the highest attainment of the hybridizers skill. For grace, form and color the large beautiful llowers look as if they were cut from the heaviest daric rich velvet. White Killarney The wonderful new "Irish Beauty" unfolding broad wax like petals into enormous semi-fu- ll flowers of pure snow Avhite. President Taf t It is a strong, robust, vigorous grower: The flowers are faultlessly formed, extra large and double, the color an exquisite shade of bright 3 Pittsburg, April C that base ball draws Us quota from all slaws and nil dags' is shown, by the following sta tistics recently collected conctrnlns thy players of the Pittsburg Pirates: Oldest player .Manager Clarke, 38 years. Tallest plajxr Pitcher William Pres soy, six feet and thfoe Inches. Shortest and UghUiSt player Tommy 'Leach. 'SlOgh invn on the ttam,- 18; married nn n, 17. Number of players (5 fott or over tall, 13. iProfiaskns represented Two bank ers, oni i Lawyer, a druggist, n book keeper, a stenographer, throe cowmier clal trailers, five farmers, ithroa ikjoI room proprietors. 'Wealthl st players Clarkie, Wagner and Phllllppe, 13 Politics Fourteen Democrats, Republicans, 7 Independents. Religion Fifteen Roman Catholics, - Always Bought Son W ling llic S iomachs andBocls tf Bears the Signature of Y li FroraolcsDigcslionJCItffifd ncss and ResiXonlalns neither Opiuni.Morphinc norHiacral. F ic In Not Narcotic. JlbrMtm- iMutondttrfa IhmSrtd- IfotBjrrmtaTrr. jkapeirordDcSMOimma Itr&a$tcdm s!lxJmim rm - Use For Over $Mm iBBtt Apcrfect Remedy forCtmsfipauon , aour siumacii.uiuuiui OF Sleep. Facsimile Signature or iitftlH SSt 8 Presbytaians. 4 Miathodlsts. 2 Lu- - 4 3 9 9 1ft m thertlans, 2 Baptists, 2 Episcopalian?, 1 Christian and 1 Union Reformed. !KM NEW YORK. Thirty Years $3 Gives Aid to Strikers. Sometimes liver, kidneys and bowels seem to go on a strike and refuse to work right. Then you ncd those pleasant Dr. little strike-breakeKing's New Life Pills to give them natural aid and gently tompel proper action. Excellent health soon follows. m Try.thcm 2."c at all druggists. rs luarantccd under tnc Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA TMC CBNTAUR COMPANY, NfW TOR CITY. THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. Enclosed find $1.00 for which send me your paper for one year, The Farmer and Stockman one year, and your six roses as advertised in your paper. My Name Address L .AcLdx-etst- s A Notice of Dissolution. Notice Is heneby given that the Brawn Mercantile Company is now closing its business and winding up its affairs for the punioso of its existenoe. All persons having any claims or dimar.ids against said Goriporation. are requflsttd to presi.nt the same immediately at tlie office cf said Company Hamilton, Ohio County, Kentucky. BROWN MERCANTILE COMPANY, By F. M. SACKETT, Sec'y. 39U Jierm-lnaftlns What ." eill Oirclx-t- s THE REPUBLICAN, x - to Hartford, Ky W J How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars for any case of .Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ite-wa- rd i fectioner's sugjar and add just aniough of It td hold the gin'ger and omits HOUSEHOLD HELPS. together and roll in granulated sugiuv SORREL SOUP. Department for Our (A Special Take a handful of sorrel, soak It Housekeepers. Contributions torn minutes In a spoonful of fresh Accepted.) butter, add a quant of water, salt, periper and simmer half an hour aver a slow fire. Stir In whiite of an.ujg, cook two minutes, stirring constBintly ROLLED BREAD AND BUTTER. Rub in a cup the yolk of on egg with cup There Is a bnack about preparing a small piece cf butter, add a of cnaam and stir all together. Clover rolled .bread and butter for tea not very housekceperl po&sasses. To roll the bottom of the Uitomx with toast easily the bread must nct bo rnona suawK. Whlen ncady to serve ipour soup and aprlnklo a llttflo finely than a day old while the loaves should , In tho maro than five or six Inches chcppied cliwvl aver the ioj). not be HOPPING JOHN. Intdiamieter. Cut the slices veryi thin Boll one cup of cowpa with a ich with a sharp knife, buttering are pluco. of When tiia 'befora sllolniga Trim off lh thoroughlybacon. but not th pieasdrain mushy, done, pnesslnig Just cruat and roll lighltly, enough to have tho folds adhere. If the water off. At th &am time boll cup and ai half of rice, llkied tho bnoad can be spread with a separately a Skim off anchovy, When done mix together. schrimip, ipaste of fine grtaso from the top of tho ipot tho chicken cream cha?, salhi or flga peas were boiled In. Put over the before rolling. If watercress Is used salt. Put In the mixture a wooden toothpick holds it la placo oven ppper andund servo around to dry out in, the centfer of the roll. fried sausages. FAIRY GINGERBREAD. FILET MARINE. cupAllow for this dainty cms-ha- lf Cut out the fillet Troan tlw roast of slttied leef, sat and ipiepper it, squeeze the ful of buWer, oniet cupful cupful milk, Juice from'ocie onJon over It, iour a lowdered soigar, one-hathrea-quartcupfuls of flour, (ahlespocintfiul of tarragon vlnn-gaonie-aand one rounded teaspoomiful baking ikw-d- or two of beat sweet oil and put in the and two level ucaspoonfuls gin- oven. Bast Jt caiwfully and serve ger. with fried ipotatocs. SAVOItY HAM. Cream tho butter, add gradually tho sugar and beat until very white For a quick luncheon dlth. takie a Stir In the Hour alflted few slices of cold boiled ham, apniuldo and creamy with tho ginger. Inmurt a drlpptog with ibrown sugar and a HUtle dry pan aind butter tho bottom. Spread mustamd over it Fry a delicate brow the mixture very thinly and (bake In and stxvia with, cream potatoes. TOMATO CURRY. a moderato oven. Turn tho ,pan oftem that It may bak evenly. Cut In Take a Uablespooriful of good curry wfuares before rttinovlng it from . tho powder, add to a quart of stqweed aid -- , f .. pan. seaeonicd tomatoes, pllaco in a pmddju dish with alternate laiars at uncookLEMON STRAWS. jt These arc delicious to seSTve with ed rice, using a cupful of the latter, Russian tea. Jlabo a heavy Blnup of . Jatjthie top layer by of ibnead cnumb, wt- - j ilot with "butter and bake until the one cup, wl sugar t 'i ori Gut dried lemon. ekna imoswwws rice" Is done. of'awv tekwa shSagJOJ desired tawd dip IKhwy'j J ia9 Milne sirup. ..As aoon ascourse bjoiaa clear tale out, roll in FOR FLETCHER'S nuatr and wread on sheets ef brown I , to dry and crtap.' Omufce prapared'Hn tlw aame w; ray be A Relic of the Whisky War.) JjELlCJOUd bA?fJl'cbNrEdT10.V. Col. and Mr$. John Cuunlu(m Wah and drv tuj f.Wil"(Uji.va8 dtjtrod, then wmcAa ttw b1ohhsCkP haw hwiig on tht walla A their Rooodale inwnear KwtgjdWfc, lOf., e&Ml amount, of ehctfiped trtrahed a solid silw bandied sword,' which lit alMonde or iwaws. Make a paste of aostJW.te sold In P)dUdeph1a. Babbard with three fioSe '6f Itjw gln&ff sirup atad'eoa- - bM '"'a' Im'-h. lf md er and'-bollln- solid silver bands. Jt was once owned and usied In tho "Whiskey Rebellion," in 1770 by JIayor Robert who commanided a battal-lo- n of 500 men in that War. It was glvt-to John Cunningham by his grandmother, Mrs. Mary Robertson, wife of Mayor Robert Cunningham, who resided at that time in Virginia, on the South branch of the Potomac. Ho removed to Kentucky in 1703, and settled on Strodo's creek in Clark county, Ky., five miles frctn Winchester. Paris Kontuoklan. Cun-nilngh- Ohio. Wc, the undersigned, have known Do you feel weak, tired, despondent, have frequent headaches, coated tongue, bitter or bad taste in morning, "heart-burn,- " belching of gas, acid risings in throat efter eating, stomach gnaw or burn, foul breath, dizzy spells, poor or ariablc appetite, nausea at times and kindred symptoms ? It you have any considerable number of tho cbovo symptoms you arc suffering from biliousness, torpid liver with indigestion, or dyspepsia. Dr. Ficrco's Golden Medical Discovery is mado up of the most valuable medicinal principles known to medical science for tho permanent cure of such abnormal conditions. It is a most efficient liver inviorctort stomach tonic, bowel regulator end nerve ttrcngtbencr. The "Golden Medical Discovery" is not a patent medicine or secret nostrum, a full list of its ingredients being printed en its and attested under oath. A glance ot these will show that it contains no alcohol, or harm, g ful drugs. It is a fluid extract made with pure, d glycerine, of proper strength, from the routs of native American medical, forest plants. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Props.., PmlTalo, N. Y. bottle-wrapper habit-formintriple-refine- Ah You) F ed. But how can a fish whoso homo Is In the water be drowned by it? Well a man drowns for want of air, or, rather, for .want of the oxygen in air and a fish daes the sania All water contains dissolved oxygen, and it Is this dissolved oxyigxn or oxyigvni mixed In water that fishes breathe. Water Is composed of oxygen and hydrogen, but the fish la not able to gut at the oxygon of this combination The combination Is chemical and. makes the liquid what it is. Break up this chemical cam hi nation and 'water ceases to bo watja Uut you may expel tlw dissolved oxygen .by boiling the watir and then the water merely becomes flat- - Fiat water kills tho fish because It has lost itho 'ekmilant 1t held in solution upon which the breathing of the fish depends. Suffocation is the results and suffocation is what occurs when a man drowiu. A limited amount of wa&r contains a llmltkd amount of dissolved oxygeu, and whon this later is used up hs fish drawn. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and in believe him perfectly honorable all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obliga tions made by his firm WALDING, KINNAN & MARVIN, Wholesalle Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's .Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous sui faces of the system. Pnloe 7."c. Testimonials sent free. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for conm stipation, ave Money and Keep in ' Style by Reading McCall't he Magazine and Using McCall Patterns Ladies! MAOZIHE MCll'iMif!anill lirlp you dress styl- John W. Slckelsmlth, Greensboro, Pa., has throe children and Ilka most children, they frequently take cold. "Wo have tried several kinds of cough medicine," ho says, ".but have never found any yot that did them as much good as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Tor salo by by all druggists.. in Saved Her Own Life. Tecumseh, Okla "I belkive," says Mrs. Eliza Epperson, of this placo, "that if ltvhadn't been for Cardui, I Before would have been dead I began using Cardui, T suffered from pains in the head, shoulders, back side, limbs and the lower part of my body. Cardui helped me more than anything, and I am now In bettor? )han for health, since taking it, four years." Nobody can deny th.it tho best tonic a woman to take Is a Please tonic for women Cardui. try it. to-da- y. C-1- 5. Now Fashion Designs In racli Issue. Alo laluablo Infurmallou on all homo and tnuttors. Only U)c a jear Includinc n freo pattern. today or send for fico sample copr. McCiUPitlcrainlllenabloyou tomakoln your onn homo. nllhymirowii hinds dotblucfor yourself and rhililren nhlth will bo perfect In stylo and lit. l'rlec nono higher than li ceun bend for freo I'attoru Cntalocuc. Q W Will Cite Yo Fim rrtttol, fur cettlnR amoni; your f rlends. Soml fur frca Premium I atnlosuo and Cash I'ruo Offer. THE MtCALL COMPANY. ishly at a moderato osponso by koopluc you postod ou tbe latest fashions la clothes and bats. 60 239 219 Wnt 37ii St.. NEW YORC "The Liver Pills act So Naturally and Easily." Such a statement, coming from the cashier of a bank, shows what confidence responsible people have in these pills. Mr. A. L. Wilson mto W$ McCALL PATTERNS Treasuretrove in a Steeple. Work Brought Exhaustion. Adel, Oa. "For three years" writes Mrs. C. J. Uentz, "I suffered with i i ljr jl K Chliarn c A 3TOR Cry Ai While repairing the weathercock of the town church at Wittenberg not long' ago, the enrpenb rs found just under tho cross a metal ball that would after trying them wrote: open. It contained tiwp manuscripts, "I have used Dr. Miles' Nerve ona written toy Martin Luther, dated Liver Pills and ajso your and Anti-Pai- n Pllli, on myself, with 1530, tho other in the tamllar hantl good results. The Liver Fills Of his friend and colajborier, Phillip act so naturally and so easily Melanehthon, bearing dat of 155C. Li, that I scarcely know that I have taken a pill. Frequently ther'a document Is attested by being troubled with headache I on Uv last page. Both man Pill and get take an Antl-Pal- n uscrlpts aro shortly to bo published. every case." immediate relief In A. L. Wilson, Sparta, III. The life of the great reformer hung Mr. Wilson was for a number at times by such a slendrar thiad( of years cashier of the First ho .probajbly took this step to transNational Bank of Sparta. mit his views and principles to posterity in case of his sudden, taking off - Nerve and Liver Pills Both Luther and Melanchthbn aro ' ' jn? this church,. Many burled are different from others. When ypu. have rhoumatl'sra In your kinds of liver pills are "impossible" foot pp lnstop apply Chamber lain'a after one trial on account o tficir arid you xwJU iget quick reharshness. , Dr, Miles' Nerve and Llnlfnn & lief. It? t a quarter, Why LiverPills do hot' act" by sheer force suffer T 'For ahj by all druggist, m female troubles. When ,1 would Ho I down, I could hardly breathe. could not do any work without bolng exhausted. I took Oardul according MeCALL'S MAGAZINE any other More subscribers than fashion magazine million a month. Invaluable. Latto directions, and now I can do all est styles, patterns, drcssinaUni;, millinery, my work, and do not suffer at all." plain sewing:, fancy needlework, hairdrcssini;, etiquette, rood stories, etc. Only 0 cents a Cardui has brought health and hapyear (worth double), including a Irce pattern. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy. piness to thousands of weak women. INDUCEMENTS It acts on tho causa of Women's back- WONDERFULPostal brings premium catalogue to Agents, and new cash prise olfcrs. Address aches, headaches, nervousness, drugging sensations, weakness and mis- TOE HcCUl CO.. 238 to 218 W. 3711s St. NEW VOW ery. It relieves. It cures. Try It. C-- 14 Ctlcbratcd for style, perfect fit, simplicity and reliability nearly 40 years. Sold in iiearly every city and town In the United States and Canada, or by mail direct. More sold than any other make. Scud for free catalogue. Dr.MiW Need Negro Troops. April 8. The local United States recruiting offloj has re-- 1 ctived word from 'tho war department at1 Washington to nttorult oiegro'n,piplt- cants with "oar wjtniiut pnertous sonvlco lA" order tof1U (ho vacancies la tlw Infantry, which rwllj bo ?Jo negroea sent to 'tlw Philippines. have been wijlisted 'fcttio for sovwrai EvansYllk?,'"Lnd., Twilin-nlnitK BlCKBEE'S BULBS SUCCEED! BULBS' t rtuudi. htisIml ' ' QA....au rAitA.iuMifaBtmuUft tEWEs& kusAIhi JtA. Urn rM4k monej ' balld Now Iiiikl.cM. A ' Mm.dm trifil will mik yon a ttermanout cut tamer. H<afftlliin au&nnLfttiii nrvour .SPECIAL OFFER: lit. I I but in an eaty ."natural way, with- yers. ' haye-itroub- iiL'AKANTKElTOlLKAJK Mention M U Paper Write te4my CUfNTAi HUNU 2HHwl IU tJAtsW wMtlM I It 4 H""! Mf M1 ( visa mi NnsruiiM, taaiinMriiT, ratfaua, I mm OXmUfftt t f mtmmm, tVOMflAl Vulla 1ITI MlfnIsUrMMttffU.TfiMIUJWUW Iff i lw la Tullfs, rml Ttllf. VwkM4 JJ VtMlMU fWMft iMif)Viwt (nsMif (Haas) aw nsaa HjNitlM) .. Wilt Mi lM TuHp. ru i out, griping., or undup irritation. They are not habit fbrming. If the 'tint bottle falls to benefit, your druijflUt will .return the price. Aik; him. ''MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart In . : JlnijjBnJ.' 1 ' r ? ' . rid je If yaiv kiRV that you uIa, in hoalsin. tba of. Ajxjtl rcfijs jybjjn4 confined in.ijv pf atqr. Tho( shitt Is no reason vvhya cold shouldTiang' ing Me coram a sort ot oasin waicn on 'for wiccka and It. will nol "yW shuts. Uhku ott fXMii fresh supiilles,' 'l .keUliamibcrUiln's Cough Itomedy! and teithte dead water they are drown IFof sale by all drugglsto. tu WWisries. icAtien. Drown; Fleets m m E3F 1 ' b'x m&JkSkA ..ittslj. ,dmM i wcesxmMe&sirccajnMcM Hartford Republican. Brterd. J. JBBtf4 to Iaw at tbc Kj., imrtH matter of ttwVecon accordlBR C. M. BARNETT NEY FOSTER ...tdltttt ant Prcprlttort Address, alt communications Tfee Hartford Republican. Sclota Hockor, Saturday night. He was accompanied home by Maatcr to Earl llookfiff who will be his guast thl woek. April Dtcktt, a soViler. Verily wo are fulten upon Commonwealth strange tiroes, when such a speech Term 1911. could come from a nvanber of the cab i 1st DAY. iaet of a Republlca-- Pcrsldent. 4C73 Com'th. vs. Owen Wilts, ct al. WAIJONSTCREEK. 4693 Com'th. vs. Graver Morris, ct al. April 11. Mr. Oswald Hooker, Hart 4C96 Com'th vs. Ernest "Jamcm, ct al ford, was the guest of his uncle Mr. 4699 Com'th. vs. Patfl Ooapr 4706 Com'th. PleabMtyalken 4716 Com'th. vs. Geo. StmfMm 4719 Com'Ui. vs. Hubert Mattord 4730 Com'Ui. vs. Claroftce "Sawe 4731 Com'th. vs. Lusty Roiefs. 4733 Com'th. vs. Field mVKunnor 4734 Com'th. ,vs. Luther Bruce 4738 COm'th. vs. Warren KeRy. 4740 Com'th. vs. Carl (aUaaCrowder) m le tins aeootmte of A. E. Fwte, Ohio County Bank, and io advertise and (report on claims against Ohio County Baak, assigned, by Saturday, th WV day of tLe regular April, 1911, term Ohio Circuit Court uein-t- ; the 22ml day t April, 1911. Given under ray hand as Clerk of tho Ohio ClrcHlt Court, this April 5th 1911. UNCLE SAW calls your attention to a comparative , statement of his bank as of March 7, 1911, mado to tho comptroller of tho currency, and ofsame date 1910, which sliovs an increase of more than Copy Attest: i , usur ..40. as.i-w"r- .. kS2. 1 .1: ;'A3t ? ksrJ'rtWe fjjfrjf m .7 : Fox Com'th. vs. Bud Taylor. ANNOUNCEMENT. Com'th vs. Anderson , Young. "We are authorized lo announce Hon Com'th vs. AndersonYoung. W. S. Dean a candidate for Com'th vs. Lusty Rogers tion to the office of Representative Com'th. vs. Lusty Rogers. In the next General Assembly of Com'th. vs. Herman Hatcher subject to the action of the Com'th. vs. Will McKey, Republican party. Com'th. vs. Chester Fentress 4757 Com'th. vs. Herman Young 4760 Com'th. vs. Nathaniel ,Ward. President Taffs message to Con4763 Com'th. vs. Peyton Suhenger gress as a ,brIof one, dealing only 4764 Com'th. vs. Peyton 'Sulknger. with the question of reclpnocltiy. 4765 Com'th. vs. Ernest White. We- - predict that Judge O'ftear Willi 4769 Com'th vs. Ernost,iWihIto have more Instructed votes In tho 4777 Com'th. vs. Gilbert Wright State Convention than, all thte oth4778 Com'th. vs. Jesse Coseblcr. er candidates combined. 4780 Com'th. vs. Arthur Wfford 4781 Com'th. vs. Jiattle Bosw.ell ' Every txwn needs manufacturing 4782 Comtth. vs Herman Hatcher. rotabllshhieats to make It prosperous, " 2nd DAY. but three cannot be obtained under 4784 Com'th. vs. Clarence, Dlllard Sheriff's Sale. a tariff smashing administration. By virtue of execution Number 322, 4785 Com'th. vs. Liche' Ransom Mr. Morrow is a little slaw about directed to me from the Ohio Circuit 4786 Com'th. vs. Llche Ransom announcing for governor and we trust Court Clerk's office in favor of the 4787 Com'th. vs. Llche Ransom that tho more he thinks it over the McCormick Harvesting Machine Co., 4788 Com'th. vs. Llche Ransom. lass inclined he will be to announce. against R. (M. landrum and S. 4789 Com'th. vs. Llche Ransom. I I. or tine of my 4790 Com'th, vs. Liche Ransom. Landrum. Bevory strong Democrat (whom ,wc deputies will offer at Jmbllc 4791 Com'th. rvs. Ben Doss. bear talk on .the question at all pro- outcry at the Court House door in 4793 Com'th. ,vb. Ducf Walker. fesses to (believe that the Republicans Hartford, Ky between tthe hours of 4794 iCom'.tii. vs. Turrenoe "Walker. will not nominate Judge O'Rear for 1 and 4 o'clock jp. m. the following des 4795 Com'th. vs. C. H. White governor. crlbed land, or bo much thereof to 4796 Comlth. vs. C. H. White. make Plaintiff's debt, Interest and cost 4797 Com'th. vs. Claude Taylor. The Democrats in Congress havo 4798 Com'th. vs. Claude Taylor Already shown marked division on and levied on as the property of R. M. 4799 Com'th. Vs. Geo. Thomas. Landrum and S. I. Landrum,to-wK- : the tariff question. There seems now The west half of a parcel of land 4800 Com'th. vs. Gx, Thomas to he four parties In Congress. In the town of Rockport, Ohio Coun- 4S01 Com'th. vs. Liche Ransom Insurgents, Democrat 4802 Com'th. vs. Liche Ransom. 'and Democrat Progress- ty, Kentucky, known as lot iNo. 105 on town .plot, and bounded as fol- 4803 Com'th. vs. Llche Ransom ives. 4804 Com'th. vs. Liche Ransom lows. " rtie suggestion of Han. Alvis S. Beginning at the Southwest corner 4805 Com'th. vs. Liche Ransom Bennett for a place on the Republi- of said lot on Church Streat and 4806 Com'th. vs. Llche Ransom. " met Bluff Street; thence B. 10 X. 80 feet 4807 Com'th. vs. can! ticket by us last week with favorable comment throughout to a stake on Church Street; thence 4808 Com'th. vs. Llche Ranspm. the stata Many jiioe compliments V. 10 S. SO to a stake on Bluff street 4809 Com'Ui. vs. Llche Ransom being paid him by the Republican thence S. 10 E. 1S4 feat with Bluff 4810 Com'th. vs. Llche Ransoni jjness. street to the beginning. Being same 4811 Com'th. vs. Llche Ransom 4812 Com'th. vs. Llche Ransom farmers of Kentucky are al- lot conveyed to S. 1. Landr.um by The Laura A. Culbjrtson, September 1st, 4813 Com'th. vs. Liche Ransom. most a unit for Judge O'Kear for gov4814 Com'th. vs Hardin Baize' ernor, both Democrats and Republi- 1904, and recorded in Ohio County Clerk's Office, Deed Book N'o. 20, pag 4816 Com'th. vs. H. K. James. cans. It Is no uncommon thing to 4817 Com'th. vs. Flelden Balzo .prominent Democrat's announce 333. Leviud on as the .property of S. I. Landrum iby going upon said 4818 Com'th. vs. Jack Bains that (they will vote lor 'him if he is real estata and notifying saldS. ! 4S20 Com'm vs. Red (alias Rusty) " h nojftintS. ' Wilson Landrum of this levy. C It is probable that the Lofimer case Terms of sale: The above descrl-- 1 4822 Com'th. vs. R. P. Her. will again be .brought up in the Sen- bed property will be sold upon a cred 4823 Com'th. vs. R. P. Her ate and will drag on through another it of throe months, Iwith interest at 4824 Com'th. vs. R. P. Her session. Will we never get through the rate of 6 per cent, .with approv 4825 Com'th. vs. Bob Nelson -' The ed bond. 4826 Com'th. vs Bob Nelson with Lorinw and Lafollette? country could get along very well 3rd DAY. This November 19, 1910. ' 4783 Com'th. vs. J. W. Condor ' wtlhout either of them. T. H. BLACK, Sheriff. 4831 Comlth. vs. Iee Hobbs. By S. O. KEOWN, D. S. 3W3 'it is again announced tliat while 4832 Com'th. vs. George Thomas iC(proclty in Canada is going to 48"33 Com'th. vs. P. A. Wheat. Trustee's Sale. cheapen tho table supplies of the 4834 Com'th. us. Less Hurt In the District Court of the United consumer ithe price of farm products " of 4835 Com'th. vs. George Thomas will not be lowered. iVe need a good States for the Western district 4836 Com'th. vs. iMollle Day tthower of common" sense when 'people Kentucky, Owensbord division. In the ma'jter of Faught & Roiwe, 4837 Com'.th. vs. Mrs. R. L. Cannon. jtrill believe such stuff. Just as well 4838 Com'th. vs. J. E. Smith argue that wfcenever the price of luggs bankrupts, As trustee of the above estate, I 4839 Com'Ui. vs. H..P. Depp falls on the market, the to the will on Tuisday, May the 16th, 1911, 4840 Com'th. vs. J. F. 'Langley farmer will be increased that much. at 2:30 p. m., on the promises lately 4841 Com'th. vs. Cordelia Denison 4842 Com'th. vs. Isaac W. Bernhlem The ditor of the LouUville Herald occupied by said (bankrupts in seems to have gone up in the air beOhio County, Kentucky sell 4843 Com'Ui. vs. .Mask hoper. cause this .paper suggested tliat sjvm-logl- y to tho hlghtsst and best bidders, the 4844 Com'th. vs. Bernard Bernhelm 4845 Com'th. vs. John Myers there was no very groat differ- following described property. ence (betwe'.-- n him and any othr Dem One lot in Oentertown, Kontuckybo 4846 Com'Ui. vs. E. R. Baker ocrat, from the conduct uf (that ruper ginning at a stake corner to H: B. 4847 Com'th. vs. H. E. Biljvn. s. both in its editorial and n.nvs Faught's lot; thence with said lot 4848 Com'th. Vs. J. B. Atkinson He docs not deny the Implica- 200 ffeet South to a stake in L. C. 4849 Com'th. vs. Liie Hawaii ", . tion, (but goes all the 'way around rob Morton's line; thence (with L. iC. Mor- 48ol Com'Ui. vs. John A. Reltz & ' Jnihood's tarn io lKiInt a mural and ton's line 130 fo.'t vast to a btono; , Sons adorn atale. If the Herald (.jdltorwlll thenoowlth said Morton's link." lpo 4852 Com'th. vs. Mike Helfrlch. get out in the country and submit ftet North to a stake; thence North 4853 Com'th. vs. L. C. Robertson himself to individual Interviews he 100 feet to a stake in side of iCenter- - 4854 Com'th. vs. Robert Bruner vwUl find that this paper is not the town and Hartford Toad; .Jihence East 4855 Com'th. ivb. only source from which he can Utirn 155 feet to tba bdjlnarlng. Convey Co.. that tbo Reiwbllcans of ICtinituoky are ed to S. W. Rowj by L. C. iMorton, 4856 Com'Uu Vs. E. L. Wells very greatly In notd of a sure enough January 13, 1899. 29, 4857 Com'th. vs. I. K. Hendrlck's Deed Book xlaiiy organ at Louisville. 4858 Com'th. vs. Charles Dennis page C40. ' 2. Beginning at a stone in L. C. 4859 Com'Ui vs. Warl Reed STRANGE WORbTFROM A RE- Montan's line; thence ,with his line 4800 Com'th. vs. May M. Kimbley' PUBLICAN CABINET OFFICER. 100 feet to a 8 to no; thence East 75 4861 Com'th. vs. E. fl. Landrum apuech at .Philadelphia, last feet to a stonie; .thence North 300 feet 4862 Com'th. vs. R. P. Her In a week .before the American Academy 6f to a stone; thence, West 75 feet .to 4863 ComHh. vs. R. P. Iler ' ) Political and Social Science, Frank-Tt- o the begnlning. Convoyed to S. W. 4864 Com'th. vs. R. P. Iler 4865 Com'th. vs. R. P. Her. McVeagh, Stretary of the Taxas- - Rowe by L. C. Morton, January 13, ury, under President Taft, referring t 1899. As shown, by doed of record 4866 Com'Ui. vs. A. E. SmlUi. the Civil iwar .pension list made uae of In Ohio County Clerk's office, deed 4867 ComUh. vs. Parl Tlchenor 4868 ComHh. vs. Perry Tlchenor tte, following langupig: 1,Y have book 29 nage $40. The above described lorts'vill be enormous C,lv)l war pcnflon list m Hogs For Sale. Mtolch b not a credit t '"?' "U never sold separately and then as a "whole 4 Three Full Stock Poland China baBls, althoug The method' by which the most monbod a scientific or Just Boar Pigs, and Two Fuji Stobk, Poa. worthy motlvo ve it origin. It ey is realize will 'bo aicaupted,. I will, also offer tho following des- land China Sows. Ten jdoluvra each hu become a jwlltfcal list, coating will buy the Boar Pigs. this fovennment about ?160,OOQ)00 per cribed proiwtry for salo: A lot in Codtertawn, Ohio, pounty, W. a DEAN, Mr, McVeagh is a Jimocrat 38tf Dunie, Ky. meanher' of the Plrosidieat's cabinet Kentucky, on the corner of Fourth and skA while be docftwed himself in fa- - Gum Stretsi froqUng 150j:At on Nrtice to Creditors. ' fW of pensions for.Uie Civil Sanvloo Fourth Street and 150 fM .on Gum Ohio Circuit fcmirt.1 jmvieyea and other people who work Street, and 'bslng'.the saaie conveyed tor the governroent In 41bhh of peace Jo U. S. augb. ,b J. L. Smith,' et A. E. Patel Assignee, &c, Plff. al., and not recorded. ,' ivs. Order,' witliout nWJc to life or llmb,4ie All of'1 said property will 'be sold Harriet Ford," et al., Def upon Ao&e willing to oast b, odtua 't ' rary old soldier who a 4wtwi. ,Nk ffi of Hss. Any vaMd Kefi aamst Oh motion" of J.'H. PattosY'iat al,' jw Trr mvtj'AW mtea 'because of wouMsrtr mfcs 'will' be trksf4r!a''tovftev pro- - d&e&Unti heroin UtfvViH be referred t tar Ufla ot the eaIe A11 ""slVisf" snm nm rimrn bhiir Cen-tertare-elKen-tacky, FJUDAY, API11L 14. Miss Ona Thylor has returned home from Arizona, Wo are &lad to have Miss Ona with us again. Mr. Eden Dlshop and family visited Mr. W. P. Maiddox and family Sunday. iMr. George Rowe and family were the guests of .Mr. T. H. Benton and family Sunday. Mr. George Montgomery who has been attending school at Bowling iWe like for Green has retuwud. GeoTge to go to school but we are always pleased when he comes Jjack. Mr. Florid MonigomuTy who has bean quit's sick for some time is, we are glad to say better. Mrs. J. V. Carter and children, spent several days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Montgo mery, They have returned to their home at Cfentertown. Mr. A. C. Canter, Matanzas teas the guest of W. P. Maddox Sunday even ing. Cen-tento- 4741 4744 4745 4748 4749 4750 4755 4756 E. G, BARRASS. Clerk of Ohio Circuit Court. Pursuant to tho abovie order, all parties having claims against the OHIO COUNTY BANK, Assigned, are hereby notified to fllo famo with the undersigned Commissioner, at his office in Hartford, Kentucky, properly verified, on or before April 22nd, 191L $150,000.00 In One March 7, 1910. RESOURCES. March 7, 1911. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts .T? Overdrafts U. S. Bonds and ' Pro- mlums ,, .. Banking House, Furni- - Year- - Loans and Discounts....? 754,763.71 Any creditor falling to present his Overdrafts 640.39 claim by the time named herein shall U. S. Bonds and Pre-bo deemed to have waived his right 181,146.53 mlums to any part of said assigned estate Banking House, Furni- ' F. L. FELIX, ture and Fixtures .... 22,000.00 I $69,850.08 Master Commissioner, iCnsh 3St3 Ohio Circuit Court. Due from ' , Banks Do you know that of all the minor and U. ailments and colds are by far the most 157,033.11 87,183.03 S. Tneas. dangerous? It is not the cold itself you noed to fear, but the eerlous that ?l,115,683.7i diseases that, it often leads to. Most . LIABILITIES. of these are known as ganm diseaees. , .. 250,000.00 Pneumonia ana &apdtal Stock and consumption .. Surplus Fluid J 2,600.00 among them. Why not take Cham 7,9163 berlain's Cough Remedy and cure your Undivided Profits .. .. 180,000.00 cold while ycu can? For sale by all arculatlon 675,167.51 Deposits dr.ugglsts. , m X 837,937.34 708.92 231,905.91 tur and Fixtures $80,465.90 ..' ' ; " 20,000.00 I j ,"' Cash Due from Banks , ; ' ' .1 V ,' and' U." S. Trens. 97,684.43 178;i50.33 ?l,268,702.5O "" LIABILITIES. Capital Stock ..".. A .'...$. 250,000.00 .. 5,500.00 Surplus Fund Undivided Profits , 12,594.68 Gircu'laUon -- .. .... .... I Deposits ..--. 230,000.00 770,607.82 z- - ?. For Sale. Five-room ?1,116;583.74 $1,268,702.50 of all bank failures are caused by employes bor- with 6 acres QQ m. rowing too much of the bank's capital. NONE vi. out- of land, in Hartford, Ky., Good of the employes in the buildings and a (well of never-fa- ll ing water, price J1,100. FOR SALE Five-xoocottage in Hartford, Ky. Price $530. can borrow one cent out of that bank. Make the United States National A. C. YEISER & CO.. Acts.. your banking home. It will loan" you money or pay interest on time 32fcf Hartford, Ky. deposits. DIRECTORS. E. T. Franks, J. W. McCulloch.J. T. Griffith, John Thixton.C. E. Birk J.J. SWEENEY, LAWSON RENO, HENRY WILE, UR ARETAEUS KIRK. cottage m ss Pa rani vsii United States National Bank Liche-Ranso- m fv, 7VBbSPbk Biggest Corn Crops You can make 100 bushels, and even a larger yield of with plump, sound grains- - a, J big,-full-ears iar That there are a lot of folks who pay double what they should if6r eye glasses, by thinking they have to go to a specialist to be fitted right. I know when a patient should go to a specialist .and tell him so, for I know I can't give him satisfaction, which is essential to success, but I d3 know if your 'need of glasses is due to age only I can lit you as well as Mr. Specialist, at about half the price. Try In such cas.s to spend the $ at home and maybe you'll get it back again. The Prosperous Jeweler and OpUdan. of corn, besides an excellent supply of nourishing fodder for your live stock By Using Virginia-Caroli- na High-Gra- de y. .i .it J. B. TAPPAN, Fertilizers liberally. in-ic- e SINGLE COMB n, cal-um- BROWN LEGHORNS Having reduced stock nearly your climatic and soil 'conditions are favorable and you follow the correct methods of careful planting, fertilizing and cultivating. All this is interestingly explained in our new FARMERS' YEAR BOOK, free at your dealer's, or sent on your request, postage paid. is, if SALES OFFICES Richmond, Va. Norfolk, Va. S. C. Baltimore, Md. Columbus, Ga. Montgomery, Wla. Memphis, Tenn. Shrevcport, La. Wimton-Salera, That Charltiton, Hockley-Pholps-Don-ny- lle my Atlanta, Gt. Savannah, Ga, Columbia, S. C. Durham, N. C. Alcun'dria, Va, one-thir- d, KOieirnHl keeping only the. choicest birds, am offering eggs from these fowls N.C, , 30 Eggs Free delivery at or f $1 ship- yr." ped from Beaver Dam or Cromwell, Ky. Send cash' with order. Prompt attention v and 'a.. square deal "assured. t i . &&&st Jones Bracndl PUflLE ANIMAL MATTER S FERTILIZERS i i I MANUFACTURED BY i Jones Fertilizer m m (' i, Coi, . eb R: I. BARNARD, BF.,JD..,NoV3r. ' . to-da- itaw' UiMi T'a m bis country te a jttaetam ,v WI? 3f,.K"hi ?;'0ti aAi h' aU am a i lii lt tmx, Ofelo MasAer CoBtmissioner. ?r-th-e Ciwuii-Court- toFli' set- - BEAyDAM, 1m4 RY. u) , 'to Rudk tMi MM H U H M MMM H in. Ii ' ! -.! iVV.VM,WtVWMl.IVVl . . .TT 'AJ .FOR cWZ2 - iALE BY, iz?i v,.wcat M-rfI I, - Pml K' JwJL L- i.ki K . 'f"ffWWWi T -i w' . - '" u ?m fr,v .f-- y M i 1 $ CMr, Simon Taylor, of We are reoelviijg new wrtng goods Birdie, Ind., every day. mention of whoso Ulr-ea-s CAItSON & CO. was mado pa- In these columns last week, nnd fAtli Mrs. R. E. Duko visited hier rent Mr, and Mrs. B. W. Stewart, er of Mcisrs, John W. Taylor and Bn Tayllcr, dkd at his home Sunof Select, the first of the wink. day' miDrnlrg at two o'clock. He was Capt. James M. DoWbeso arrtwl 01 jxars old and had been ill with a hare yestefday at r.taon to b present stomach trouble for some time. The at the inspection of Company II. remains w.-rInterred Monday aft.T-noo- n In tho family burying ground, Wo nro headauarters for Seed Po- which was on tho farm of the deceas- tniuvs. luivm iuu iuwiviu Efsldis a "wife he Laves two 3Ctf SCIIROADER'S CASH GROCERY. dfl.iigh:crg and nlnw sons all of whom Mrs. Martha Ijeach, of Bald Kmoto, wero oil his bwsdldd for several days, vlslttd her son, Prof. Henry Leach with tho exception of Mr. John Tayard family Saturday night and Sun- lor, of this city. day. The Ohio County Baptist Mission Don't forget "Hor" but buy a nice Board held Its regular meuilng in the bunt of Llllles or Carnations .forJ -the Easter Sunday. At Ohio County Dntg Baraca room city, First Baptist Church in this Tuesday mornComnanv. ing. Other than tho regular routine ' Drs. Rlljy and Taylor are glMlng business to come i before tho Board, thwlr office on Cemter streeit a Spring the question of securing State Evan- pa cleaning, and having some nicegelist Barnes to come to this county Ircr-p- ut on the walls. We want to thank the ladies for for a porlod of ninety days and hlold Mrs. Clarence Kwvn and children meetings, it was decided to gethlm presence our Millinery Opening and Miss' Nonle Cooper, cf Fordsvill'j, If he did not have other engagements. were the guests of relatives here from, Those present at the meeting were: Saturday. We 'certainly appreciate Saturday until Mondiy. Rev. A. B. Gardner, Of Braver Dim; the many compliments received durMr. Jim McCormlck, of tho Wash-insto- n Rev. R. E. Puqua, Rjvs iB'.rch Shields, neighborhood, has moved on Rev. J. W. Branor, E. W. Fond, D. ing the day,' and feel well paid for Mr. U. S. Carson's farm, which the Fjord, and Mr. Bishop. our hours of labor spent out latter recently purchased. Wednesday and Thursday were red and "Got the htibit" of trading at the letter days in this county for those our stock. Our rush Ohio County Drug Co., and asking for who had any kind of poultry to sell-- A has already begun. Now 'word of special price for these two days tickets on a Dinner or Chamber set, to ,be given FREE Saturday April 22n was made 'by W. E. Ellis the prowarning. comes late! Sanders, the genial duce merchant of this city, and by Mr. Herbert John mannegr of the Ohio County Drug, E. P. Barnes and Bros, and Co., will spend Easter with his moth- Anbuckle of Beaver Dam. It is estl-tha- ti no le&s hatn 70,00(5 pounds Df chick er. Mrs. Bettle Sanders, of Louisville. ena were shipped from these ttoo Mr. Ben Taylor Is expected home from Blrdseye, Ind., having points, and in round figures iwlll be shipped So oblige us by coming early. We been called to that place on account $10,000. The poultry will bs New- York. Mr, Ellis also of the illness and deaifih of his fath- direct to want to please you, and by comehlji nearly 75 cases of eggs or 2,250 er, Simon Taylor. dozen on these two days. Who said ing once, we can serve you. Messrs. Douglas Felix and McDow that Ohio county could not raise ifrom ell Fogle will arrive homo y Thanking you poultry and egg.3? for your presence . Lexington, where they are., attending The basket ball game between the They University. Kentucky State and anticipating an early call, we hope will return, to the school work after boys teams, the Bluts and the Reds, you will always in mind and tha girls teams, trie Crickets and Easter. tha Spiders, at Dr. Beans skating to pays saves with house Floral design 000k of F. Walker rink last Saturday night 'was iwell atand Co., of Louisville, and can fur- tended, and some splendid playing on you money. nish floral designs for funerals and each team was shown. The hoys special occasions. teams played unusually well. This E. T. WILLIAMS. was the first public game the ycuns Hartford, Ky. 36tf ladies had played and under the splenMiss Ava Rowe and Mr. Shelby did coaching of Miss Winona Stevens Robinson, of Echols, Ky., were mar- for several weeks, they were able to at the play txcedinsly well. The score reried Wednesday afternoon rcsMicmc of Mr. antd, Mrs. S. S. May sulted as follows: Blues 20, Reds !i; on Eaai Union street. The young cou- Crickets 1C, Spiders 8. Col C. M. ple was accompanied by Miss Minnie Barn tt was timekeeper for both game Maddox and Mr. Willlo Manwarring. and Prof. Brown and Miss Stevens WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY: Able-bodi- were the officials for tha game beunmarried men betiweem ages tween the girls, and Prof. Broiwnanrt of 18 and 33; citizens Cjf United States J. Ney Foster werw officials for the you yiaat a barrel of mrei class of good character and temperate hab- game between the boys. - If i t lour see u. s. uareon. aini. its, who can speak read and write Wednesday afternoon the people of Pure Underwood Lard. None bet- the English language. For Informa- this city were considerably aroused FRIDAY, APRIL 14. Main ter. Call on U. S. Carson. Zt. tion apply to Recruiting Officer, '28tf. when the- fire alarm was soundedU. and street, Beaver Dam, Ky. S. fire was discovered nuar Mr. I Mr. W. M. Fair has returned from M.r. Scott Ambrose, who has been Carson's residence. It was first reIUInoi8CentralRallroad Time fa business trln to Louisville. at the bedside of his fathier, nVar ported that Mr. Carson's house was on Table. iSfi. B. S. Chamberlain, of No town, has returned to Western Kan- fire, but later found thlat h's smoke Creek, paid ua a call Wednesday. sas, where ho will soon finish his house and coal house had caught. fire, At Beaver Dam Ky. Mr. Ambrose which was caused by a ibarrel near Mrs. Paul Woodward, of Houston, course In pharmacy. Is the guest of relatives Jn Is one of Ohio county's reliable young the smoke housa ibecomlcg Ignited from Txas, Ho nlli Bonnd. Norm Bouuil. men, and his many friends wish him a fire which was usud to smoke some No. 121 dtull.as a. m. and around Hartford. No.lS2du :05nin. meat. In a few minutes the blaze much success in his chosen work. No(1014nft2'4tip. m. Ko.l2Muel2::8p.m. Tafce your produce of all 'kinds to Wo. 102 dne 2:4p. m. No.lSl do 8 65 5. m At the lvgular mating of the Mac was put out, and the damage iwlll Scbroader's Grocery and get .the "highcabees last Thursday night one of not exceed $10. It was very Ibrtimiota 36tf. est market prices lor dt thtdr famcus chickeni suppers was that assistance was near when Mrs. .M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table Mr. Lea Robertson has returned given for the members of tbl-- lecal Carson notlc-- d the blaze, for the at Hartford, Ky. hoante fircim Owensbcco, whjre he was and vlsltjng members. At that buildings were close to the resldenoj, Tent Time table effective Sunday Dec. tsmplojied for sewal weeka time Mr. L. P. Foreman was elected and the high wind would have made 1 following Schedules: 4th, contains the Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Anderson are to represent the local Tuflit' at the .1 flro hard to fight. Mr. Carson, desi No. 112 North Bound due 7:29 a. m. the proud parents of a girl the Btork Statu Convention at Mayiiville. Ky., res us to say to the people that he dally except Sunday. ltift them last Friday night. May 12, and Mr. R. R. Riley Ewas elec greatly appreciates their assistance. No.' 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. ' Mr. Z. Wayne Grlfin.f of Louls-vill"- a, ted alternate. -- , , daily except Sunday. ".Notice in Bankruptcy. Wedeittnt from Saturday until Company H, Third- - Kl S. G., iweat No. 115 South Bound due 8:55 a. m. nesday with his family In,the District count of the Undtjd tkirough'its annual lnf,pcotlon hjrc dally except Sunday. Statesfor the western district of Ken Gt ono of ithose solid gold Foun- last night. The Inspection was held tuokyOatensuoro division. No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p m. tain Pens, (tor only $1.00 before they by Lieut. Gn.es, of the U. S. Araiy, dally except Sunday. of Rneer & Ashby, In the are all sold. At Ohio County Drus asslsttd by an officer cF thb Stat- - bankrupts. matter H. E. BUSCHKE Act. Comrany. Guard. Tho ,boys were put to much To the Creditors of Rentier & Ash- Dr. Oscar Fluoer, .of Braver Dam, disadvantage awing to the inclemeut by, of Center-town- , In the County uf Sead Sweet Potatoes at U.-- S. Car- wes th'e guest of relatives Iwre Sat- weather, and tho inspJatlan was made Ohio, and District aforesnfd, (banK. of 39tf urday night; and attended the basket In the banq.ua. hall In the son's. krupt building. ball gtne. NDtiaa is her by givfcn that en the 'Oaaibon typewriter paper for sale at FOR SALE Farm on Rough river. 7th day of April, A. D., 1911, (the eald The Cheapest Placeof Earth to buy "'. The Republican office. 34tf. 5 miles North of Hartford, Ky. This all kinds of Seeds. duly adjusted Ueneer & 'f, i Mr. Wm. Brown, c route 2, paid us" The OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY CP. farm contains 210 acres. Will sell bankrupts, Ashby, wr fln.t meeting and that the ,' a pleasant Wednesday, all or divide to suit purchaser. Has of Hartford, Ky. 2fttf creditors will be held at Uw law seven-roodwelling in good repair, J .Mrs. Maggie Griffin Is visiting reJ-- i. x Spring and Summer samples of Dross office 'of Wilson & Crowe, in Hartfine barn, cood orchard, plenty of ford, Ky, on the 21st day of April, A. s, atlves in Dayiess county. v Goods, Ready Made Dresses, water and a fine lot of sajwlog timetc.. nqw on display. D., 1911, at one p. m., at which tlmu Flowers and Flower Pots' for sale by ber. Price 2,400. 38!jf MRS. L. B. FOSTER. the 'said creditors may attend, prove : Ky. 36tf. E. T, Williams, Hartford, A, C. YEISER, & CO. tlwir claims, appoint a trustee, exMrs. U, S. Carson and children, 32tf Hartford, Ky. Rev. Birah Shields, of Baaver Dam, amine tho Bankrupts, and transact Joseph and William, returnpaid The Republican a pleasant call, Maa'CTs Acme Lodg6 No. 339 1. O, O. F. is such other business as may properly ' ed Monday frcra a short visit to the making preparations to cdutartie in a come before said met'tllng. Tuesday. if fonmer's, mother at Dundee. fitting manner the Ninety Second AnWe are prepared to show you lota Owfiusboro, Ky April lOith, 1911. OLD NEWSPAPERS tlod up nice- - niversary 1 of the founding of tho orof new merchandise for spring. J. A. DEAN, ly in larjpe bundle for sale at The der. A goad program I CARSON & CO. is hying Reftereo In Bankruptcy; . Republican ofifiae. Just the thing for and will be announced nuxt .Mr Jlandall Hunter is here from Spring- - Cleaning- - and many other pur- week. A full attenclanoa )s desired ,, Ridge, the guest 'Of .Mrs. poses. V Pheasant ' rOR FLETCHER'S tf at the regular meellng this evenlcs. ' I' Frsk Wfiy. 4 We have Just opened up a There will be worit In, the InitiaI Mayor James H. Williams left ye- of men's and tedtas' tory degree, All visiting OddFellows terdfty morning for Louisville and will Shoes, aleo a'tee lot of are.'gtvea a'cordfafTnitauton to at Many wuksU from Catarrh sufferreturn y. spring Clothing asd- Dr6 Goods. tend. ' ers, who' use a'tomltfera have caused jus A ,MrA T. H. Hewlett, of Pleasant parso'n &,CO. , new VHms 'K iRfogi? vms tbe'eiwat of Mrs. Frank 'Mr. S. F. StevenB, of Bayer Dam, Prof. I. 6. Mason, aad.l'ro.f. Ford's-vil- toput up Liquid dream Balm, a i k and." convenient Tandy, of the faculty of th form of Ely's Cream '4 J4y Wednesday. was im town Friday and Saturday Gradod School, were ipleamnt l!aUu, tha, only remedy for Catarrh Jonathan MUea, of Untoubown to uMand'itho County U aloft of the toaAlers at The Republican okloe Sflt- - whteh' can always be dopwidtxl on 4 Ib., in, vbltlag her dAughttfl", Mrs. American Soctety of Bqulty,BSid he urday? af traoou. T.h4 was Prof. Tan- In, vewer to allay lofiannmation, to ftapuhltean. waUe io jtowa. Joipav. .Tartar, to dy's 'Mrst. ViaH to aw city, and be cleaace the clogged iMr. W.,S.TlwUy, .Couaty Coast Hartford, CtWP'No. 302.hel4 Kfllneg-uta- r IcKprtwed hteielf as belnc bhly prowote free, natural breatKn, the Clerk; te'We to, be, at hto dfkw afoeetlsg hetta Saturday Buffet 1with plaed wJ4b ' our people and town. twitona 0 Crwam Balm ana alike. a, aHghlHawa. a oo aMwdjimce. Much teferett I Prof. Masoa la orll kowa here, ibut LluWCreapi Balm Is told by all' ter bad vol vill.Hl''1lifariford for Vveral d&jmtafor JJ oenU Including wray-- . VCmti0M. MMLCofcQ'UIIlM (Eaa ipontha, hia Baboo! dutiftf kM4jif)g Saturday asd, b 'alaorate. sTMW, i iiai)ed by Ely Brpp,. 56 Ur, Ktad) Will biaialoMjat )uuml PaFOWS'CoMfttir.Drttg Cto. ". T " e Oxford Season IS APPROACHING . M Easter! their a. V at arranging getting a i Easter WANT you to know that our stock comprises .ill the new things in Men's, Women's and Children's Oxfords. All the now toes in Men's in PATENT LEATHER, V1CI and GUN METAL. Ladies' and Misses' 1, 2 and 3 straps, in Tans, Black Vici, Patents and Gun Metals. Your selections will be easy if you come here for your footwear. You cannot lose if you buy WE Everybody Will Want a New Hat King Quality Shoes for Men and y - Queen Quality Shoes for Women We show a wide range of prices and a splendid as- at better again to-da- sortment of styles. Men's Low Cuts Women's Low Shoes Misses Low Shoes Children's Low Shoes TjfJSr bear trade a that it that $2.00 to $5.00 ,$1.25 to 0 ,.$1.00 to $2.50 G5c to $2.10 We want to show you our Shoes. ca&jf 2ki&l&CG E. P. BARNES & BROS I Beaver Dam, Kentucky. Hartford Republican., - SATISFACTION c r. v s. .m.n . It r't , , . v fo.-r- THOMAS MONUMENTAL WORKS HARTFORD, KY. m (Trim-mtee- $trov$(TO$4H3;$$r$$s s -- ROOFING! How About Has , pra-par- ed f Gtiliaron. Cry that Leaky Roof? .. . , blgas-Bortmn- fr C A STO R A to-da- ' - ).. blown. oi' by he recprit har) vintls? If so. you can't af frd o leave it In thijt condition. Let Us help you' replace it by giving you special valups? in 9ur 2TPly Rubber Rppfjng at out buildings been damaged or the roof on your residence or ).4Pjwr square, naik and cement , Included. , vlJed inge. Hartford Qrpcery Co. w s, GG&wSGW y'. tf I 2 m VI ''"' "wwijiiwit 4 Indians are Acrawd. Portland, 0m, April, lfl.Kor holding lightly ths mHrrtaw ties nnd trading ld wives for new without tho formality of ktgal Miction, Indians from tho Klamnth reservation nro held In Portland for trial' lni tho federal court. Tho savngieare occusad of cutting holes in the moral codo anidtMsis jthufilrsttinva, Ji"Nor,thWKst Indian affairs, that tho aovorranK'nt has Intterftircd .with tho tiilal marriages lxrarttfjcod hy the raptdly civilizing Klamatihs. Tho Indian bucks have UUon taking wives by buying them from their fathers for an agndad number of cat-ti- e. In. ca&3 they tired of each other thay wwre In thw habit of separating by mutual consent nnd father-in-lawas nequlned to pay back the llvostool Tho Indian D3irtmcnt at Washlmjton pooently rulod out th'is isystkim of ibuy-Inwhics and insisted an marriage w ig A Reliable. Remedy CATARRH ?3.a,3;vr.4iirJ&i.. OXie Ceuaty CM. BiBKITT t.( ? THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co. .(INCORPORATED) WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE HT COST. ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN REACH. ' ' liccnEe8. I E.G. BARRASS, Manager: i MIHIHtKW"tWWW' The Race for the South Pole. The South role Js now the center X Interest among the adventurers who strive to reach tho ond of the earth's axis. ,Tho discovery of tie North Pole by Pauy. hut especially tho pntrtensie of Dr. Clook that he hod .! n4inli -- u, wt J uu flit wea wiera ttoES for readers as that region pos- 4 1 1 Mrs. Faught parents, llr. and Mrs. J. H. Leach of Graham Sunday. Miss Claudle James who has been vis itlng her sister .Mrs. J. A. Rhoads of .. . w SuniJia , j retured v and famlly vlslted reIatIvt9 at Baiown Saturday and ;w Mosdamss j. W. O'Bannon, and R. E Duko rf Hartford vlaItod dr par. sessea. uut xne ouiier iioio ns fciuueu cnts Mr. and .Mrs. B. W. Stewart tile explorers along to this time. Jn Sunday and Monday. 1 iirin u LTtiAA, f inAn n iiwtion Till. t mJ meeting of the A. S. of E.met .m ' In getting to a val tfflr. succeed ftt QaJ Volot with to a hundred mlk Of the. Mr McAjMtta and ffflm,y coito--SoutPole, or twice as near it as has TOOvod Dn the farm of g M Peary sot to the other one on his and & Jameg latest expedition except one. Three exrditlocs are now camped Caught in the Rain. sn. tliA itrta In thu smith rtnlnir ruclonft. I Douglasvllle, Tex "Five years ago, waiting for the summer or what is called summer in that quarter of tha I was caught In the rain at the gkvbe, whieJi thtay will makie their wrong time," iwrites Edna Rutherford, dash over the Ice rack in the direc- of Douglasvllle, "and from that time, tion of the pole. A British party Is was token with dumb chills and feunder Capt. Scott a Norwegian, ex- vers, and suffered more than I can by Roald pedition, is commanded toll. I tried everything that I thought "won Amundsen, who haa already bonne note as an explorer at ithe other would help, and had four doctors, nd f the ear,Ui and a party of Japa- but got no relief. I took Cardui, the nese undwr LJiciut. Shrlas is in the woman's tonic. Now, I feel better uanne locality. Heretofore the Japa-jwaa- o than it many months." Cardui does have not concerned themselves one thing and does it well. That's much with polar exploration1, but they the secret of its CO years of success. bov ecuno earnea'jicts in tills quest, Try Cardui. , and may make soma additions to the m tm world's knowledge of the geography To Report Scabies Situation. of the region around the earth's Frankfort, Ky Aipril 7. The LKv Boutbarni axiss.-A- s Stock Sanitary Board will-mhere tho suminiOT south of th& lequaflor Monday to hoar the raport of Dr. A. mmes during our winter, the time for J. Payne, of the United States JJureau tho projactied dash of the Antarctic Aniimal Industry, who has been In will be between) the end of of pkrrs Kentucky Investigating the condition twinning of Saptiomter and th!3 of tho live stock. Dr. Payne's 1 opart Stanch. ffihe great distance, however, will cqvi&r the general situation of th bufcwoen the middle of tlw .big souththe shfiop scabie?, which he- has been teleern Ice barrier and the merest Investigating for sevctrril months. graph station will probably prevent 1 .a iueu rm oa. -- j wUtiar .thait change ini the cade, wh.-two KlamatliB decided tor all they consideivd necessary was to tear up tho marriage license. They than proceeded to Xiind with olhtet mates In. the tribe. (This raised a scandal wjth H. G; VlUon, superlnteTidirfiit of tlie roservation. and he reported to Washington 'thait a number of thte Irdiains hail deserted, their wives and vere living opvnly with other equaws. As a result, United States Deputy marshalls decided upon thu astonished Indians and haled them jboforo the federal grand jury at Portland. Indictments followed and thejiedakins must toll the story of their marital Irrkgailardtles to the Judge. . Than braves and an equal number of squaws are in custody for taking gome one elsw'8 helpmeet, fThiey do mot appear to understand what it is all about are dielighted with thielr stay in the city. In their gaudy dress they ottQQt a great deal of attention on. the streets and seem very much pleas ed .wltha the glances cast at them. In future the whl'ie man's law gov erning marriage and divorce must ap ply to Indians on the reservations. n coni-olatlo- n C-- No Slavery to Work. Deskins, Va. Mrs. Mary A. Vandyke, In a letter from Deskins, says: "I had serious female troubles, lasting 40 days at a time. I was so weak I could hardly walk, bo I tried Cardui. Soon I was better. Now, I am well." If you suffer from any form of wom anly pain or weakness take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui will lift you out of the misery and wearlnness, caused by womanly weakness, and help you to see the bright side of Try It. Your druggists sells life. Circuit Court T. T. Blrkhead, Ju4g; Ben D. Rlngo, Attorney; W. P. Mldklff, It qulckljr afeMrtal. FeJailer; B. G. Mmm, Clrkj F. Civet RtHel t Once. lix, Waster Commllor; 11. T. Collins, Itcliinc9, soothes, Trunee Jury Fund; T. If. Black, Sherhenls nnd iff, Hartford. Deputl-- S. O. Keown an the diseased mem-brn'Lon Black. Court convenes flrt Mon-ida- y resulting from thrco In February and continue Cnlarrh nnd driven ,wceks; third Wonday"ln April, two weeks nwny n Cold In the second Monday In June, three weeks; Head quickly. third Monday In October two weeks. stores the Senses of Taste nnd Smell. FulltizcGO cts., ntDrug- - I County Court.-- n. XK. Wedding, Judgo; gists or by mail. In liquid form, 75 cents. W. S, TInsley, Clerk, C. U. 'Smith, At- uiy uroiuers, 00 warren Street, New lork. torney, Hartford, court convenes iirsi 'Monday In each Inonth. j Quarterly Quarterly Court Begins on ,the fourth Mohday In February, May, AUgust and November. I Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday In January and first Tuesday In . October. S. Moxfley, ' Other County Offlctri-- C. Fordsvllle, Ky., K. F. V. Surveyor, No. 2: Bernard Felix .Assessor, Hart- 'ford Ky., R. F. D. No. 2; Henry Lead), Vr. A. U. Superintendent, Hartford; ltliey, Coroner, Hurtford. Succeed when everything else fails. JUSTICES' COUUTS. In nervous "prostration and female ' weaknesses they ore the supreme B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday remedy, as thousands have testified. after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In June, FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND 3rd Monday in September, Tuesday after Tuesday after 3rd Monday in December. STOMACH TROUBLE O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afte it is the best medicine ever sold 3rd Monday in March, Wednesday nfter over a druggist's counter. 3rd Monday In June. Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday 9mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm4 after 3rd Monday In December, I John II. Miles, Itockport, Friday after 3rd Monday In March, Friday after 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd .Monday In, September, Friday after 3rd Monday In December. Buckbee'i "Full ol Life" Northern Grown J. C. Jnekttnn. Cintrinwn. Sntnnliiv Pedigreed Seeds hae a reputation of 38 years' oi arter 3rd Monday In March, Saturday af "'ul seed gTowine behind them. Itpajsto ter 3rd Monday In Jun, Saturday after iyiAii iuc neat. 3rd Monday In September, Saturday af. Seasonable Specialties: ter jra jionaay in uecemrjer. M. C. Cook, Benfrow, Tuseday after BEANS . 13.50 Bushel Earliest Red Valentine . 2nd Monday In February, Tuesday after Refugee Extra Early . . jj.ij Bushel 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd N;w Stringing Green Tod . J3.70 Bushel Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax U jo Bushel Monday in November. Davis New White Wax . . 14.75 Bushel ' Thomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday Currie's Rust Proof Wax . K50 Bushel uiier mo second .Mouuny in jrenruary, PEAS Wednesday after 2nd Monday in Stay, Extra Early Alaska . . . Jj.jo Bushel Wednesday after 3rd Monday in August, New Early Gradus S3 Bushel (Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Novem Bushel Horsford's Market Garden . ber. Buclbee's Lightning Express f$ 00 Bushel .. C. tr imi.... i7a..ih..iii. mi i,V"i"Jr a"eIl Lettuce. R.dl.h. Tomato and a full line oi X ,' "."'""J-iS"'"- ?.' er Seeds. Plahts and Bulbs at lowest growing prices, n'a Thursday after bn j hr mni.i. ni.inni. . ,hnii n ni 2 ,,."H?V. !n in May, Thursday after August, your requirements and wllf quote prices. Nnvotnl.pr 2nd Buy direct from the crower Save Monev. L. Patton, Ralph, Friday after 2nd Write today. Mention this paper. Monday in February, Friday after 2nd Mondny In May. Friday 3rd Mon- . .AH dav In Allmiat PrMnw after 1368BckbteSt., Rockford Serf Farai. Rockfort, IB. day in November. ' HARTFORD POLICE COURT. . C. M. Crone. Jtirlpo- - n n r.ii.n. nu Attorney; Sam Riley, Marshal; Court convenes second Monday in each month. H- - WUllams. Mayor; TC,i.y 0.V.nc- "T. Collins, Clerk; S. K. urer. Members of Council, Coi. Treasi T. R. nard, W. J. Bean, W. M. Fair. BarPen Taylor W. B. Ellis.' E. P. Moore. s- - Glenn, Tt?cS00i.Tr.ustee,8-- Jchairman; TinsIey. Secretary, c. M. Barnett. r'M1 Crowe and Dr. E. B. Pendleton. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church South-Servi- ces nionrine and evening every first and third Sunday In each month. Sunday School : S.."1, ?rayer meeting every tVednes- WE DO 1X.nel?,nS n?v. Virgil Elgin Pastor. Chtirch-SerM- cts every Sunday moralng and evening. Sunday s.ia a. m. Prayer meeting every School J- evenlne- - Rev- W. Bruner. Christian Church Services every fourth Sunday at U a. m. nnd 7 p. m. P m' Elder W' B- - W"'eht Ely's Cream Balm 0. K.HMira f. BARNETT & SMITH, no Attorney at Law, HAKTKORD, - KY. Itcyau CCIIirD Will practice their profession In all th courts of Ohio and adjoining eoi and Court of Appeals. Sp- - tl t tention given to all buslnr e.nlete4 to their care. Collections at.a (he Prac-- .. tlce ot Criminal and Real Estate Specialties. Office In Republican build- Ing. 1 P LaJU ' Electric Bitters SEEDS .... FRANK L. FELIX, Attorney at Law, 1 HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In 'Ohfel and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and CoN lections a Specialty. Office In tho per--, aid building. r ' I I Attorney at Law HARTFORD, YANCYL.MOSLEY, KY. Will practice his profession In all th w,. Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court of Appeals. Also Notary Public. Office over First National ( " ' Bank. ' i -- JOHN D.WILSON CHAS. M. CROWB 4f K, M WILSON & CROWE 'i m3v ' ' LAWYERS HARTFORD, - KY. H. W. BUCKBEE !J ,.. Will practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and In tho Court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections. Office on Main St., opposite Court House. TRY THE REPUBLICAN J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. All Ohio County JOB WORK Matters Giyen Prompt Atten- THE SATISFACTORY KIND PENSION AFFIDAVITS A tion. SPECIALTY, Wed-Salt- pator. m3B5ftu eet It Do C.-13 Ghosts HauntSwamps. the world from getting any direct telligence from the explorers on their .admnoe until two or three months after they make their final rush, for the eoal- - Possibly in Juno or July of in- "Lame Leg WelV say 1912 the world may learn someiuhlng ot (too result of this la'feet foray into the unknown. The honor ot discov- M ery of the North Pole rests with the United States, and if ,the present QU3sti in the southern rkglonis sould Artl, some American may enter the oT a cen race afterward. tury ago Commodore Charles Wilkes Two-thirds '"I wish ,jmde discoveries have used Sloan's on that to I 'it In theF.vr Southern seas which attracted tho world's attention, and it is altogether pets' bl that same other American oixay win ome distinction in exploration in that quarter. It Is the only hidden land .which the world offers at this time, and thus It has atttractlcas for the adventurous. Globe Democrat, Lini-me- nt Notice of Dissolution. Notice Is heneby grven. that the y Ohio County land & Mining is now closing Its business and winding up Its atfuire for the imr-po- e of twminattag Its existence. All persons having any claims or demands against said Corporation are xequosted to present the saraa at the offloo of said Company at Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky Com-jpan- lame lee that has given me much trouble for six months. It was so bad that I couldn't walk sometimes for a1 week. I tried doctors' medicine and had a rubber bandage for my leg, and bought everything that I heard of, but they all did me no good, until at last I was persuaded to try Sloan's Liniment. The first application helped it, and in two weeks my leg was well." A. L. Hunter, of Hunter, Ala. a Good for Athletes. C Mr. K. No, never. Its foolish to a fancied evil, when there are real and deadly perils to guand against in swamps and marshes, bayous, and low lands. Thesa are the malaria germs that cause agus, chills and fener, weak ness, aches in the bones and muscles and may induce deadly typhoid. But Electric Bitters destroys and casts out those vicious germs from the r "' blood. "Three bottles drove all the of my system," wrote ym. In The Contemplation malaria from Fretwiell, of Lucama, N. C. "and I've Beauty had fine health over since." Use this there is no chartnf that a woman. Is saife, sune remedy only 50c at all drugprouder of than a pretty set of teeth m gists, Beauties who lack this essential and whoso front iteeth ana a dlsfigure-iweTK- t, Arrested at Rockport. have bridge work Instated, as Owensboro, Ky April 8. Dtlputy it cannot bo dlstlnguisbfcd. from tha United States .Marshal Nichols arWe are experts in rived in the city Thursday night, haiv natural teeth. crown and bridge work, (gold inlays ing In custody Nick Lewis, a white man, who was arrested near Rockport, and plate work. Ky,, and was held over to the FVsderal Written guarantee oni all iwonk. Satgrand jury at the May torm onthe isfaction Jn overy particular, charge of bootlegging In Grayson DR. H. J. BELL, '. county. DENTIST, Lewis had sent word to tho officers that lie would not 'be arrestJd, and ac Office in Republican Bldg. h artf ord, Ky. cordlngly Marshall' Nicholas disguised himself as a tramp, and had Lewis In custody (before toa realised that an AViewia 'was officer visa near 'him. caught at work on tho Illinois GtjntrOl railroad In a section crow wear Rock-pon- t, VXXtmS SfiEBS SUCCGBB t A fir Ch"rch-Serv- ees vP'month at 11 u. m.first Sunday In and 7 p. m Sunday Scool 9:45. SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodge No. CT5. F. & A. M.. meets first and third Monday night In each month. .Owen Hunter, V. M. U P. Foreman Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. meets every third Saturduy night M. In ?ftcha "??,""? Jhn T; iIo"-High Priest; fcnd TRADr.M ARKR Tmunrrthr nhfaimwl fo all countrlet, or no tuo. oMkia PATE NTS THAT PA'fc dtttuo Uem.Uioroi14j-- at our ipen,"iuiUTielp you W rurccw. bond model photo or tketch ror fRCE report on tafcntobiMT. to Toari' entile, bmb. ASFXritNCESrotXre Book onTlfontLElo Ilvtentt wrli to OUd. B03.SOB'Seventh Street. WASHINGTON. D. C. V S. meets second L&iSinfr &cssrmRough River lodge No. Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. Si, O. E. S 'and fourth Monday oven- - Ohio Tribe No. 1SS, Imp. Order Juen. meets fiprnnrf nnH fnti.th ti.a Red day night in each month. James C. Ben- ....., avjiitiu. a, .tjhloi of Records. Hartford Camp, tv. O. W. No. 202 Con-T1"mas Williams; Clerk, C w"?" Preiton Morton Post No. 4. G. A. R.. holds regular meetings Saturday before the first Monday In each month. it ' Comraander; J. M Rogers, Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M. meets every first and third Thuisday night R. D. "Walker, Commander; L. P. Foreman, Record Keeper, Sunshlno Hive No. 2, L. O. T. M meets every first and third Friday night in each month. Mrs. Attye Grlffln.Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keener. Carpentern and Joiners local No. 18S1. meets 1st Sflturtlnx ntn-hIn ...1. Sltnee8 Prc3'i w- - ".Luce, TreM Lodge No. 333, I. O. O. F., second ond fourth Friday nightmeets In each month. W. It. Hedrick Noble Grand C. M. Barnett Secretary. -!. Sec-Ac- Knights of lythias, meets' every Tuesday night. J" Ney F"steror n. &sPan' ' " 110. - KILL the COUCH AND CURE the LUNGS Or. King's New Discovery WITH FAR AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. rQUCHS OLDS PHtfTR TtlaTkonirSe. j, GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY Ut aOH7 KEFUNDED. Ash-Ad- HAVE YOUR SUITS A. S. of E. Cleaned Both Phonuw SEEDS 1 4 y; Gilman, instructor of Rox-bur- y, Ky. , athletics, 417 Warren St., Mass., says: "I have'used OHIO COUNTY LAND & MINING CO,, By F. M. SAUKETT, &c'y. 3&t4 SLOANS LINIMENT with great success In cases of ex-- 1 treme fatigue after physical exer- ' tion, when an ordinary would not make any impression." rub-dow- n The most common .cause of insonml ie disorders of stomach. to ! Chamber-Jain' 8tomach and Liver Tablets cor-nn- ct thc&e disorders and enable you Bleep. ,For sale . hy all drug-Cteta. Min Sloan's Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheu-,ma.tism, Her Life a Burden, r Ratcllff, Tex. In a letter from. Rat-clif- f, Mrs. Mattie Campbell says, "My health was very bad. I suffered untold misery overy month, and at times I wished for death to end my sufifer-In- g, for life was a burden to me. I tried Cardui, and it helped mo right away. Cardui- - has stopped my suffering, made life worth Jiving, and filled my homo, with, Joy and happiness." df you suffer as Mrs. Campbell did, Cardui will certainly help you, as It did her. Why not try c-- n it? rMaeeWballJ Mv MmttmttK A trial Will make Toa oar bermaneat enatomr. 11 th fiDtft lttMMH-aM- SPCCIALOFFER: PrUcCtiactlw Write I to eof ar portf IMUKHMI VI , SEND IOta4 rMlv tkU CENTS Mf H. W. aj. ril HfllMr PMIMH, -IMkM, 1 Tanl. t tolendid t uUa. bct TUil Mentha thh Psper. V1UBJ Df iht vtlatlU eW.i i Secretary.Treasurer-- S. D. Kump. Indianapolis. Ind. State Officers: H. M. Froman, Carroll county, Pres. T. T. Barrett, Henderson county VIco President. S. B. ItobfrtMnn 'KffT.nn .innfu CAA "- -" TFeas. O. P. Roemer, "Warren county, State Organizer. C. C. Allen, Henry county, and Lat-tl- e Graves, Allen .county, Afctistunt state r organizers. Board of Directors. Ben Watson, Warren county: C. M. Barnett, Ohio county; A. H. Brooks, Bracken county; R. E. 1. nay, Hardin county, and J. F. Doss, Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officers: H. L. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Dam.Ky. Henry Plrtle. Sec. Hartford. Ky. D. Ford, Treas., Hartford. Ky. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford. Ky. L L.B, Tichenor, Hartford, It. F. D. No, 6. 2. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds. Ky. 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. 4. B. L. Alford. AVhlta Run, Ky. 6, Richard Plumer, Taylor Mlnes.Ky, . J. L. Brown, Rockport, Ky, National Officers; President-- M. F. Sharp. Narrows, Ky. Vice President J. M. Woods. i Pressed f " Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rateSI.OO per month. Hartford, Pressing Y. M. 11 Blillr, KY.-- 'hartfqrd, C. A. BLDQ.,-- . ' i$m,icT. 4. leurpl-gi- a Miss, Lorne Stoyart who ieWtendlng co'llcigo at Bearer Dam Aprlll ,M'ri I vbhVtad her paWnts' .Kir-- . aJd'Mrs. "d; r Pilew12So.,6c.fcfi09K IB WM Sloan's book on cattle, sheep ' Bones, Mod poultry seat free. Address , "J: S.f.Asbu9kia of Beaver Dam was Dr. Zarl 8, Sloaii, Sw'.Bundy!. . BmUb, 1Um.B.U.JL , 'jJubart Faukt" And family Visited Saturday and Sunday. .'jVry StewtvJL and fajnJly of Cromwell rrtlsjteKl ralativiea hero Saturday , i. or 'any pain or stiffness in the muscles, or joints, eH Plans Uniform County Diploe. FVankfort, Ky., pArll 7. SuporiaUn dent of 'Public Insbrlctlon Itegviwtln has had pointed a uneform diplowAfo thogrudimtp ot all county Mgh ticUfoia which 'wil bo signed, by the 'pitoasyil f '4he CowMty High Scheol', .tlto County 'Suirlntoadwvt the Suwln-ted?of Piiibllc jlBBtnLc'titfn. "j5 (HpIoHMU will bo Issued to all p5w who graduate froa the couaty. 'HBb' c-- .i-'-f'j. SZ2ZZ' 22S3tiF : aaMreryohr Mntifuu 1. POSITIONS' 1-- J ' ifttHf G-retuj,- liSSrl' &' nt &?wi7 Gn!i3(idfsiedJ 7iPetdl, w' 'A0. ? 1jtiWWgf Mf&AW M ', PRQCURCD AND DErCNOCBBwnodti,! Fim mliltM,tww to oUla uiittilI rrtatu. eta. iM al i Stulaut ilrttt vltk ,WatUgltn taw tim juu,jJ rnnui.ir. sUtas htjM ind lftfriifiMt MS MM WASH PnMI Exklfl. Km.W MW MftTN. B.C. htt Sm BETTERMENT OF A. RURAL SCHOOLS e State-Wid- Conference of lucky Educators, Ken- -: NOTED SCHOOL WORKERS TALK Unanimous Opinion of Those Present That It Is the Duty of the State to Cause the Country School to En courage the Boy and Girl to Love Country Life and to Give Them the Ability and Desire to Love It. Because country Ilfo skillfully andl Intelligently directed assuredly offers ference as follows: J. M. Atherton, more ,of health, of Independence, chairman; Robert A. Cochran, and oven of luxury, than Is attainRhoades, T. J. Coates, and able in nny city; and because it James Speed. imperative that unless the probWhile this committee was at work, a brilliant address was delivered by lem of making the country school fit Prof. Eggleston, of Virginia, who country life be solved, there is every i spoko on the twin problems of tho I Indication that Kentucky, and Consolidation rural school v,nently an agricultural state, will soon Transportation. And herself with a decreasing, In Prof. Eggleston said in part: stead of an Increasing, population, a We hare no Ironclad rule, and should not have one, because .bbH population and community children and bshbiKI JbbmL state wldo rural school conference conditions do bVJbVJbVJI & ;? sHHil was held In Louisville, Wednesday, not group themselves according to Ironclad rules. We should take the conditions March 29, under the auspices of tho as we And them, and act accordingly. I suppose the objections are the samo Louisville Commercial club. everywhere; that the people will not conwas- a conference which may be3t It sent to gve up their little schools; that the distances are too great for tho chilbe designated as "neighborly" a dren to reach the central schools withconference which discussed tho vital out great that tho roads are and pressing problems of Kentucky's too bad to haul the children; that the children will freeze to death, or at leant rural schools, as man to man, as while waiting for the neighbor to neighbor, each interested wagons or while being transported; and in finding the proper way to make that tho cost is too great. over the rural schools of Kentucky, Ail of these objections have been met successfully, declares Prof. Eggleston, so that schools which fulfill their who continued: mission schools which touch IntelliDuring the 'fifth year of our policy we gently, sympathetically, constantly have over 200 wagons running In all sections of the State, and under almost and consciously every social and every possiblo condition. We have routes economic interest that concerns the as long as eight miles, and as short as community may take tho place of ,wo and a half miles. Wo have wagons the present Intolerable tural school on good roads and bad roads; on level, system of the state. roads and mountain roads; on rocky roads and sand roads; on macadam roads The conference was called to order y roads. We have transporand at 10:30 o'clock In the auditorium of ELLSWORTH REGENSTEIN, tation wagons on tho latest and most type, and we have ordinary farm the Seelbach Hotel. Superintendent of Public Instruction, modern fitted up for the new and precwagons While, practically all tho states or Frankfort, Ky. and two- ious freight. We have are experiencing such athe middle-wes- t number of the leading schcol men of the state, asking them to attend a conference at tho Commercial club. 'That conference met on the 31st day 'of December last. An organization 'was formed, an executive committee K yiBsssssssssssssi i appointed, and it was decided to hold a state wide convention on this date, K1 nJJ&BBBBBBBlllB in tho Interest of the rural school movement. "Tho slogan, 'More Schools and Better Schools," means to the state more factories and better factories, more railroads and better railroads, moro traction lines and better trath tlon lines, more agriculture and better agriculture, more citizens and better citizenship In brief, school development means state development." Prof. Regensteln then Introduced Captain Brlnton B. Davis, president of the Louisville Commercial club, who said: bbsssssssssHmbbbbbbbbsssssI i of Mr. Chairman and Kentucky: It is a noble cause that brings us here today. It Is a cause as worthy and great as any for which oti ganized society has ever fought. Wo B. M'FARRAN, JOHN standard-bearer- s. us some of Has Given Unstintlngly of Hi3 Time see aroundMen who have Its truly conseand Money For the Betterment crated their lives to Iho uplift of humanity, devoting their time, energy and of Kentucky School Children. talents to tho education or tne growing . movements to Improve rural schools generations. The Louisville Commercial J. D. EGGLESTON. JR., are awakening to the necessity of dun extends to inose sogenuemen a cor- - Supsrlntendont of Public Instruction, dial welcome, doubly because we are providing such training as will per- bound by a common interest In the fur- Virginia, suade the country boy and girl to re- therance of a project for which they ' horse wagons, and In one instance we main at homo, rather than escape are giving their all, and to which we (have a e transportation wagon would contribute our mites. from homo at the first opportunity, fain Is our dutv to so exercise our stew- as it Is called which or "kid-car- " It question in Kentucky Is possibly ardshlps that those who follow may In- nauis iieiween luriy-nv- e the ana iuiy cnu- every more vital than in any other state herit a treasure enriched through tho dren to schoolagree day. Most ot us that the problem we because of the fact that Kentucky intelligent manner of Its application. have not solved, but must solve. Is how example not We should take counties now cannot tax themselves servant who burled for own talent In the to make the country school fit country his the tq erect school buildings. The dis- ground that he might return it intact life. Only Jhat schools fulfills Its mission who returned ten which reaches out and touches Intellito his master, but he graceful condition of the little talents for the five placed In his trust. gently, sympathetically, constantly, and schools, tho. lack of I believe I nm voicing an opinion in conscientiously every social and cconomlo tho overcrowding, the unhy-- which you will readily concur when Interest that concerns Its community. And so, when I speak of the consoligenlo conditions, the Impossibility of I say that tho greatest of our natural reIn Virginia, I mean dated a Is g the health of the chil- sources gift, the human mind. Without that grouping,schcolsome central point, of small at great all others were useless InInto a larger school for the purdren under such awful conditions, in- deed. There are people on this globe spired tho, delegates to the state-wid- e who have been as richly endowed as we pose of working out this problem of serve Its conferenco with a burning determina- havo been by Mother Earth, but who, making the school purposeful community by Inculcating a education, Ignorance, owing to tion to set Kentucky right before the and forest tholr mine to lie allowed field and a spirit of clvlo service, unproductive and The rural people need meeting places world, and give "a square deal" to and unworked. In other words, they economic, the boys and girls of tho state. This have not sufficient Intelligence to appro- for educational, consolidated and social purposes. The school prodecision embodied In the resolution, priate their resources. a proper center for such meetings; vides This great natural resourcethe huadopted by the convention, which man mind tho greatest of earthly blesIn other words, the deepest meaning ot says, "Resolved, that wo most earnest- sings, Is then our most cherished heri- the consolidated school Is that It tends to socialize community to ly ask and petition the next general tage and we should not only preserve break up unsocial and life; It tendstenevery usury out but put assembly of our beloved common- It Intact,may returnIt talent atfor talent. If dencies. that it We must get the Idea burned Into the wealth to enact a law authorizing the we afford our children greater advanhearts and counties to Issue bonds for building tages than we enjoyed, we shall have brains and that the of the farmers have, schools should the conscientious conviction of having their wives, echopl houses," met with the moat performed our duty. and does have, a deep and abiding Inprofound and heartfelt approbation work, and la The foremost need of an educational terest In their every-da- y system Is to keep abreast of the times. determined to help them and their chilon the part of all who attended. every-da- y the life of tho What was good enough for the fifteenth dren to makeeconomically d "Tho erection of sanitary, community profitable, Is century was not good enough for school .houses, properly heat sixteenth century, and the demands the our purpose. of ed, will in addition enhance the re-- J the twentieth century cannot be met by At the conclusion of bis address, spect of the community for the the pottage of the nineteenth century. which Was wonderfully comprehenThe current of Ufa Is over onward, but sive, and had tbe school. added, merit ot be what PhaU, we say If wp cut oft the suplng a transcript from real life, a rec"It will enable larger playgrounds ply nt the river's source. fall to meet the demand of tho ord of actual experience. Prof. It. P. If to be provided and healthy, Interesting) and properly directed games to be times; It we do not Interpret the call Halleck, In a brief talk, called atduty aright, we shall build Inaugurated for the children of the of prosperous empire a Chinesearound tention to the fact that there was no wall, this oeJBMunhy, vyM make possible within which will grow the rank weeds state from whom Kentucky would as It and Idleness and viae and willingly learn as from "her mother the .school garden and agricultural ot Ignorance barring superstition, Im,Vlpt and manual training and do- - pulses that should act all the vital as spring showers state, Virginia." Prof. Halleck also was greeted with applause when ha ZMetio solenoe. on fertile fields. ' "It- - will make easier the study or Show me the wealth of Kentucky. You declared! "I am glad that people the the economic Interests of the com will point not to theorwide fields or for-e- have come to acknowledge that It streams, waving the munity by teaching tbe arithmetic, or the mountains with their treas requires more brains to make a suc ,, pkysies, chemistry,, geography, his- - ( ures; nay, you will point to the human cess in the country than in tie 'city. the thfl man theI take j wh jy. language aau composition mat belnss who cultivate forest,fields, wield pick wna o, my hat tocountry. who x and saw In the and use the In the twk TOWARD and not" AWAY and shovel and dynamite to open the city life runs along In comparatively the torm, and ceuntry life. mountain caves. They constitute the grooves In the country asset "It. will place tUe faraiw; boy on grand they at the iMato of Kentucky; nay, are the State. things are changing continually. New h ewtllty with the city boy, And what of tho. who take up tht problems coHfrpnt you with each day. "It will make possible as edueatles. task when we rellnquhdi It; those chilA man (or the country boy a4 girl, which dren who row to to school te i4v their S)trllaftea Is Imperative. Mc-Hen- lending the 'children to school.' "A properly built,, properly ecrlp-pe- d school bouse will make possiblo Iho formation of Industries for tho women and for tho men; It will encourage tho formation of citizens' leagues. "And it has been provon that 'good roads follow good schools.'" Those wero but a few of the many pertinent facts In connection with better rural schools, which Wero emphasized by tho many speakers at the convention. Tho opening address of Prof. Ellsworth Regensteln, afterward chosen as president of the permanent organization, sounded the keynnto of the conference. He said In part: "Wo meet today as American citizens, frankly declaring the Stars and Stripes to bo our only proleptlon. "Our coming together Is the result of a movement which has been begun by tho patriotic men of tho Louisville Commercial club. During the month of December that organization sent out invitations to a will develop all his talents without and minds prepared to tako up life's battle.? educated farmer," concluded Prof. a. greater or more honored State, or are they to be Halleck, "Is the real Lord of .Creahemmed In by a Chinese wall of dull tion." I am sure we desire to was Mr. Atherton's committee have this question answered aright and made. Mr. Atherton rend tho report fliat your labors will result In tho bot and resolutions, which wero as folterment of tho primary and fundamental lows: schools. Prof. Rhoadcs then moved that the To the People of Kentucky: temporary organization of' tho KenThis conference of many of your feltucky State Wide Rural School Con- low citizens has had under consideration school ference be made the permanent or- the condition of the ruralways and throughout the ganization of the ensuing year, and means for their State and the We havo Improvement. that tho officers and executive com- met to confer with each other In the mittee 4ave authority to call a meet- hope that we may find the quickest, most effective practicable methods ing of the "organization at any tlmo of relief and most difficulties which lie from the and place that they might see fit to Immediately in the wny of Improvement. ' forward the work of tho conference. Indifference Tho motion was put to a vote by ciate the real due to a failure to apprevalue of education Is ono Governor Willson, and passed unani- of the very serious obstacles which has mously, the offlcors for 1911, there- confronted every movement towards a higher standard of educntlonnl work. In fore being, President, Superintendent has the Ellsworth Regensteln, and Secrotary, been last few years greater InterestState, exhibited generally over tho A. B. Lipscomb, both of hom had Indicating decided manner, that our people were shaking oft tho lethargy of boon acting in the respective capacities for the temporary organization. the past and were aspiring to plnqe the a sound progressive educcttonal Upon motion of H. H, Chorry, of 3tato onKvery citizen must rejoice over basis. appointed a this awakening and all should now unite Henderson, the chairman committee of five to formulate tho In a continuous, earnest effort to atone purposes and resolutions of the con- for the neglect of the past. It would Bhall they make Kentucky must think quickly clearly, Tho lta JMssssssMLWsssssUC'' , .is 5 ; f ISJlHifS.., " pi 'Z Mnv . 3 K pre-em- ii &&. W? "Wwi w' jr 'r itr - hard-ship- b-- frost-bitte- n, tor President - $ CRABBE. JOHN' GRANT red-cla- one-hor- ... Fcllow-CItlze- ! four-hora- ! of their lives.'" can make for Its advancement, the menThe first address on the report oB and moral training of the children tal the committee was made by Goverof the State Is the one of most supremo nor Augustus E. Willson, following? Knowledge Is power. U Importance. builds up while Ignorance pulls down. It tho reading of the report and tho Is a great constructive force which will resolutions. Governor Willson mado become Irresistible If wisely developed a rousing speech, prefacing' his taile and properly directed. by saying that "for thirty years, la Kentucky Is an agricultural Stato. The great .majority of her people aro enst i season and out of season, I havo gaged In agricultural pursuits. These s. been traveling up and down thin people aro spread out over the country great state preaching tho doctrlne'ot living separate and apart In tholr many 1 KsBl ' tAt homes. This condition of life presents good roads and good schools. Tho problems dissimilar In many ways from JBJy two are bound to come together." tho-i- i to bo considered by the cities and saying that He urged towns. Chief among these problems Is HHwRsQlt-N..SJjBi. hero !s no limit to the good that caa the education of the children. In school houses and In sending tho by 2,200,000 peo- bo accomplished chllren to theso houses, the cities and for tho advance i pie working together towns have a much simpler task than tho ment of the state. counties. The former enjoy the advantages of a more efficient and comprehen"Think ot the kind of schools wo They net ns unlti. sive have In Kentucky. They aro a disThey move as one body. They Imposo grace to the decent children that VtBssBSBBHsliBBSSSSsi revenue taxennd distribute the BSSW throughout their corporate limits. In thl3 have to attend them and a dlsgraccr way and through this to tho state. This Is my hometown readily conschool houses aro more and home county, and I waut to say structed and maintained. Tho children to Jefferson county, 'Clean up your distances to go nnd genhave shorter erally have smooth roads and In the own corner of Uie vineyard first, and, larger places street-carthen see how you can aid j'our neigh Theso questions now come up for solubors.' " tion how should school houses bo constructed to meet tho requirements of At Iho luncheon In the Seelbacbr sanitary laws In order to established rathskeller, which was given by tho protect and promote the health of the Commercial club in honor of the del children, and how-- can tho money lie egatcs and guests Of tho convention obtained for building theso houses In T. J. COATES, tho various counties of tho State? This Is not tho time or placo to go Into deStato Supervisor of Rural Schools tailed description of a sanitary school-housand Professor of Elementary EdBbsssBsiB It Is sufficient now to state that ucation in tho Stato Normal every schoolroom should bo large Stato Normal School at Richmond "Ky. bo a useless task. In view of this growing appreciation of the Importance and value ot education to make any argument or submit any extended report In Its behalf. Of all the efforts the State tho moner to build sanitary school houses? We answer, by greater congreatest certed action, which can be secured only by the counties acting as a unit. While many school llstrlcts In tho wealthier counties may raise the necessary amount by taxation, tho vast majority of our school districts ire unable to pay In one or two years the money required to build satisfactory ichool houses. If the counties would act as units, they could borrow (the rnorviy bond: at mod-fraby the Issue of rates of Interest, nnd could In the next few years havo sanitary school houros. The bonds could be carried and retired nt their maturity by a small nnual tax not to exceed 10 or 15 cents on the 1100 of taxable property. The children as beneficiaries would pay n. large part of. the bonds when as men nd women they would bring Into uso tho training they received through this expedlture. , In many localities severat districts would consolidate and prqfvldo vehicles for sending the children to and from chool. Around theso modern school houses, the people would build their future homes as tho land holdings are subdivided and thus escape much of the loneliness and Isolation which exert such i depressing and deterring Influence on country life. Mankind delights In social Intercourse and tho children take In Inspiration and encouragement from the beautiful display they make when congregated In large numbers nround a well-keclean, school wholesome, Inhouso and playgrounds. Academic struction and more or less technical training In tho various vocation of country life would bring Increased happiness Into their lives and bo productive of thrift nnd success In their dally trials. Wo can conceive of no effort so full pleasure and profit as of gratification, the building of these school houses. Concede that to do this Involves Increased l, labor; and possibly greater inn nny struggle be too severe or- - any sacrifice too Irksome If our children can be protected In their tender years tgalust exposure to diseases which may cripple their energies during life If It aoes not consign many to untimely waves? Not only is health at stnke. but education as well, for no teacher, how-svefficient and Industrious, can make progress with children by bad air, by disease germs nd by the many Ills caused by neglect n of sanitary laws. With tho hope that we may awaken In the great educational renewed Interest work of our Stite and especially that we may appeal to our country people to put Into actual practice the views hereinbefore set out, we condense them Into the following resolutions Itcsolved, That we most earnestly ask ind petition the next General Assembly to enact of our beloved Cisnmonw-enHlaw authorizing the counties to Issue bonds for building school houses. Tho bonds to be placed In tho hands of the County Hoards of Education or a special commission, as the Oeneral Assemblj may designate, who shall sell sime and ipply proceeds to the buying of sultnble sites, to the building of school houses and equipment and for no other purpose. Resolved, That In our Judgment all moneys raised under existing laws and available for school purposes are need- long-tlmo tc pt er jatls-faclorh the clamor and demand of educators would secure needed reforms In Ken tucky. It was the opinion of the Confer enco that "So far as the country boy and girl In the South are concerned, It Is tho duty ot the State, and it for tho best Interests or tho State, to mnke the country .school fit tho country life; to cause this school not only to encourage the boy nnd girl to love country life, but to give to them the ability nnd doslre to Improve it. If we can show the boy how to make twice as much money on a plot of land as his father baa made, he Is going to becomo interested In .farm work; if we can show him, the difference between the cow that does not give enough milk to support herself, and one that not only sup ports herself, but helps to support the boy, be la going to become interested In good dairy cows. Likewise, wo can interest the girls In bonus gardening. In poultry raising, In small fruits, in the dozen and one thins thoy can do so well, and the dotns; of which will Interest them and bring; money into their hands. It Is tho business ot the State through tba kskBkBkBkK' y'M.'kasssssB SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSlW.. 4& LBIBBEaKdPlSsOTSBBBH BBsssssLBsB&-liBBsssssssssssy! HON. W. M. HAYS, Assistant Secretary United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. schools to organize life, or, a3 another has recently so well said, 'To chart the avenues of serviceability that all our young people may mako the best possible social investment JLBk" ' pro-idl- - s. e. Schools, Frankfort, Ky. one-roo- safe-guardin- t Vt V VT ttA 1 MLllllHK'Sft BBBBKc B. wNB.MBSd?9HBBBBBHBBflB4SB .,J '& antt-socl- al well-lighte- ed and will be needed for tho maintenance and conduct of the schools and that these moneys should be kept Intact for theso purposes. Itesolved, That In tho expenditure of tho proceeds of the bonds tho County Hoards of Education should be authorized to consolidate districts when In their Judgment the conditions are favorable, but shall provide school houses nvatlahlo for every section of the county that all the children of the county shall receive the benefit to be derived from the expenditure ot a common county fund. orResolved, That tho permanent ganization made today shall be the organization for the ensuing year. That the officers and Executive Committer be authorized to call tho organization together at such times as are necessary to push the work. Resolved, That it Is the sense of tho association that this campaign for better rural education must be pushed Therefore, wo must raise a campaign fund. That the. Executive Committee be empowered to appoint a Finance Committee, with power to raise such a fund from the State at targe. Following the ndoptlon ot tbe resolutions, W. M. Hayes, assistant secretary of agriculture of tho United f&?$, f''3&4s ii4 li'i5 ." ?-; vWir ; :k ' V jbKPiLbV. ftHaviBssssm. BssssT'ssssa iflhoBSBKAtBSBBBM .Tr M ' , " sVyHAVlHBssssssssssssssI 'vs2fBBsssss! I V " BSBBsPiV-lEiMBSBB- maKmSmww bVssSiiHbbbbmbrSPiibY .JbbbBhfISbibrbe&IUbbst M'HENRY RHOADS. Owensboro, Ky. enough to glvo each pupil not less than ISO cublg feet of fresh air; should bo properlyMlglited, ventilated and heated; should be, supplied with all necessary toilet arrangements and should have ample playgrounds and pure water. The people of our State do not yet sufficiently realize tho Imminent danger to the health and lives of their children from the vast majority of the school-housthroughout the country districts. They do" not. realize the fact that much of tbe expense that results from sickness among, children, to say nothing of the mental anxiety and suffering, could s. be avoided' by building sanitary In truth, the school house Is the .place and the only place to meet and destroy twWrculo! and many other fatal dUeasa. Now the oountry people obtain es school-house- fra suMln well-oile- ua States, delivered a stereopticon lecture. He declared that Prof. J. D. Eggleston, Stale Superintendent ot Public Instruction of Virginia, was one ot tho greatest educators of " tho country. Mr. Hayes paid an elegant tribute to J.' B. McForran, who, he said, has galmSd a national reputation in school lmprbvomont wprk. Mr. McForrnn Is chairman ot the School Improvement Committee ot the Commercial Club. Although be could uof be present at yesterday's session, he sent a tele gram to the convention. Dr. Hinnitt summoned up the speeches of all the other delegates, declaring that the consolidated schools and wagons for transporting children, two main features ot the Virginia rural school system ns planned by Prof. Kggloatoti, are Imperative. He expressed the hope that II. H. CHERRY, President Western Kentucky 'Staw Normal School, Bowling Groen,,Ky Governor Willson, In the course . of an especially happy little address, spoke of his own early echool training, and referred to th,e" fact , that when ho studied "Jography" ho never knew what an engrossing study' It might be made. "Wero I to teach goography today," said Governor Willson, "I should begin with the tchoolhouse which the children attend. From that I should tako tbemj to tho nearest town, then back to the J farm, thon another tour over their own ptato. Thoy would learn tho practical meaning of geography and It would lead back to the farm." A resolution, heartily adopted by tbe State Federation ot Women's Clubs, pledging the unqualified.. support of tbe clubs or the etate"to tho' work of the Kentucky Statewide Rural School Conferenco. was read, and a resolution of thanks for the support offered was adopted by tbe conference. r THP- 'P'"P Get Ready for Cromwell's .Greatest Bargain Event 13 Days - From Saturday, April 15, to Saturday, April 29 13 Days k JACKSON , - St STEVENS I ... .. ... Cromwell, Kentucky PRICE WRECKING SALE Entire $6,000 Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Groceries, c, to be sold in 13 days time. Everything must be sold. The Merchandise comprising this stock was.bought at a bargain and will be sold out in Thirteen Days time. This will be an opportunity to buy Merchandise at less than cost of production. The new firm of Jackson Stevens will inaugurate this great sale at Cromwell, Ky., to introduce themselves to the public as merchants. ladies CDCC rnCC The first ten be givenentering the store at 9 a. m. TUCC April 15,will FREE a lOyard DressPattern rnCC PDEE rnCC The first ten men entering the store at 9. a. m.- April 15. will be given FREE a nice Dress Shirt CDCE lKCE $3.98 4.98 5.98 6.58 7.98 Dress Goods. All 6c yd Calico Sale Price $3 Shoes, sale price. 4c ....5c $3.50 " " one-thir- 2.29 2.69 d Boy's Shoes. $1.50 value, Sale Price $2 Men's Suits. $1,08 1,49 1,89 Value, Sale Price $7.50 " $6 $8 $10 All Oxfords at off'. All 7c yd Calico Domestic 7ic vd value Ginghams 7c yd value Sale Price. " " " " " " " " Canton Flanels 12iqyd value ' ...8c ..5c ...5c 18c S2 Men's Shoes. value, Sale Price. " $2.50 " $3 $3.50 $3.75 $2.50 " " " ..., 5P Dress Patterns 25c yd value " " " 50c " " 75c " $1.59 . 1.85 . Men's Pants. $1.50 value. Sale Price. " " $2 . $12.50 " ..33c " " " " ," 28 2.98 98c $14 " 55c " .. " .$ .48 1 9.89 .' -- $17.50 " $2.50 " $3 " .... 1 .98 Towels at It 12.8 Infants' Shoes. 25c valud Sale Price 5oc 75c , $4 .. 3.19 $4 " " " ' " ....2.38 ....3.29 98c 15c Tabie Linens and Towels. one-ha- lf " " " " 35c 51c . Men's Furnishings. : Sale Price... JC " " " " i - Boy's Suits, $1.50 value, Sale Price " $2.50 " $g " price. 35c yd value, Sale Price 50c " 21C 5c value Handkerchiefs, 10c ", t .6p 14c .....$1.78 1.98 ..:. 2.39 ..... 2,98 " " 37c Children's Shoes. 90c 20c Suspenders " ' value, Sale Price " tt 60c 75c 25c 25c Ties 35c 50c $1.10 $1.2 r, " 85c $1.10 $1.50 K Ladies' Shoes. 1.35 value, Sale Price. iCc Hose 15c Hose 25c I7c I7c 24c 34c 6c $3.50 $4 $5 " " 3.48 Men's, Women's and Children's Underwear. Men's Undershirts 50c value Sale ..65C Price Ttfen's Drawers 50c value Sale "...33C Price $L value Sale Price Young Men's value, Sale Price. " $6.50 " $5 . .- - Suits. $3.48 3.99 4.29 5.98 one-ha- lf lie 18c 79c rc. R $1.50 SS2.25 " " " " " $2.50 $1.10 1.20 . 1.79 . . 1.98 " 50c Work Shirts 50c Sunday Shirts $1 36c $7.50 " " 38c 78c " " ' $8.50 Cravenette and Rain Coats at price during this sale. Ladies Vests '50c value' Sale Price... 33C " Drawers 50c value, " ...33C Children's Union Suits 35c value IjjC Sale Price ., Children's Vests 9c value, Sale Price. 7C SPECIAL 5c Paper Pins 3c, SPECIAL Coat'Thread 3c, SPECIAL Ladies Handkerchiefs 3c. advan-vantag- for years to come. Merchandise will never be so cheap again, bettertake e Without a parallel in our history, come lay in your sales there is one real sale and that is at Jackson & Stevens' Store. rlt would take misled by other of this sale. Don't be ten times the size of this paper to hold the thousands of other bargains we have. This sale will be remembered for years, as the bargains here miles around. are bargains that will never come again. This Merchandise will be distributed into the homes of the people for twenty-fiv- e so-called A iVtigHty Money-Savin- g Event. A 13 Days Price Wrecking Said? supplies Store will be Closed to all the World Until Saturday, April 15, at 9 A. EVERYTHING TAGGED AND 1ft. MARKED JACKSON & STEVENS Crornwell, Kentucky Assisted by The Peerless Special Sales Co., of Louisville, Ky., H. J. Braden, Sales Manager. - ssftyt SATURDAY APRIL TO 15th IN PLAIN SATURDAY FIGURES. APRIL 29th; i&tW - mm mrMMHt3t -