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The Hartford republican: April 21, 1911 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 hao1911042101_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: April 21, 1911 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i Fine Job Work. 4-i DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY. Subscription $1 per Year No. 40 MORE POINTS FOR POOLING To be Established by The. VOL. XXIII. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY;, JFJRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1911. son's .body was found in the woods, suspicion has .polntad at Thompsan. Ha has awlays had the loyalty of his mother and sister to support him. Attorney Dixon was aslqad if the evidence showed that ladles had witnessed the murder. Ho -- replied: The woman theory, has been worked to death; lot It drop." Under .the Imdlotment Thompson will not too admitted to ball, although It is likely his lawyers will potlton the court to grant ball. 1912 crop. The Burley Sookity and the Fanners' Union have failed to establish a cut-oIn any year, and tho only salvation of the tobacco growers dtftonds solely upon their affiliation .with tho Equity. If they wish to throttle the tobacco trusts, It is to their Interest to Join the Equity, and If they are disposed to remain "suckers" for the tobacco ut AGAINARRESTED Indicted for Killing His Father Last Winter. Witness Before Grand Jury States He Teamster Finds $2,495. .Boston, April 18. Coins and crumpled bills to the amount of $2195, greeted the eyas of Peter J. Pitts, a teamster, when his horse backed a wagon over a discarded lounge which had been thrown out into an Bast Boston street. Pitts was loading the refuse when a wheel of the wagon broke the lounge and disclosed the money. His shouts brought a crowd of workmen to whom ho gawe a share of the treasure, an' a holiday was at once declare.. No clew too the original owner of tho money has bejn found. A. S. of to fleece, all .that Is accomplish tor them to this object Is to remain Inactive and to refuse to Join the Society. Will Adopt Poultry manufactors Necessary E. Department,. Saw Son Kill 'Father. 15. Thomas nixon. Ky., April hoimipson, 20 years old, for .the sechere, charged ond tlmo Is with .the murder of Tils father, Henry and Officers For it Are Will Lecture in Hartford. Rov. J. W. Bruner, pastor of the Elected. Baptist Church in this city, Informs us tliat the Banaca Class of his church has fcopured the services of Dr. J. The district mooting of the AmeriW. Porter, of Lexington, who will lec ture at the court houso In Hartford can Society of Equity .which has Iboen-1w1j1 kelullu closed doors at the count on Friday evening May 5. Dr. Por- tier's subject will be 'Our Wives, house since Thursday says the OwensMothers and Sweethearts." boro Inquirer, finally concluded Thompson, the wealthy providence merchant, who was l&llcd am Monday. December 26, last. Young Thompson's arrest. In tihe result of a grand jury Deputy Sheriff Oosby indictment Campbell took the warrant to Providence, and there arrested Thompson. The accused man was 'brought here and locked up- - Commonwealth Attor ney. Dixon's laconic comment on the arrest was that the evidunce fully warranted the Indictment. "Give ine a speedy trUl; that's all I ask," was young Thompson's statement to a reporter while on the train bound for Dixon. The prisoner did not appear in the least nervous or dls tressed. iHe had a pocketful of cigars, and .passed theim around to the men on the train. Thompson denfieu guilt In the death of ih!s father, and said he would have no toruble In pow log ail alibi. Tho indictment against Thompson for murder In the first degree is base1 mostly on new evidence which went before, the grand jury Wednesday and "Thursday. Commonwealth Attorney Dixon for this circuit admitted that an eyewitness to the murder had testified on Thursday. It is reliably reported that this man told the jurors he saw Tlhom as Thompson fire the shot which killed hl3 father, and tibat Kenney Benjamin was but afew feet away. This man, according to Lawyer Dixon, iwas passing toy the road at the foot of the wooded hill, where the murder occurred and recognized all parties. Asked why the wtwitness had not Attorney Dixon testified at trials, said that he was not at liberty to divulge the reaosn. According to the conductor on the train, two imen got on at Dixon and.'Tode to Provldieneo The conductor says these men told him they were eye witnaaes to tire shooting and had testified .before the grand jury. iHe did not learn their Attorney Dixon said ithere names. was tout one eye witness that had testified. The story now woven about Thomp son, It is learned it that he and IJoung Benjamin had been together since Sunday noon and that Thomp- son's father went Jo the lonely hillI side on the wintry morning to find them. Who elder Thompson hadiboen Reprimanding .his son for keeping too Dlxon-Monganle- ld late this afternoon, and ad- Kentuckian Honored. W. Durat, Okla., April 17 D;r. G. Short, of this city, Is the latest Kentuckian to attain political honors In the new state of Oklahoma where sons of the Bluegrasj. country have been unusually favored In the past few years. Dr. Short, who Is a native of McLean county, Ky., and who came to Oklahoma from Unlontowni In Union county, Ky., in 1903, has Just been commissioned state drug Inspector by Gov. Lee Crucse ,who Is also a Kentuckian he being a native of Marlon, county seat of Crittenden county. Sanderfur-Hobgood. JUDGE ED. C. O'REAR. Who recently announced as a Republican candidate for Governor on a platform which commands the admiration of all classes, regardless of political affiliation. Many counties are organizing O'Rear Clubs, and it is believed he will go before the State Convention on July 11 with enough instructed votes to elect him on the first ballot. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT 0WENSD0R0 Fifth District Convention WILL FORM 1911 BURLEY POOL late nours. iue uoy mu noi uaeu homo all the night ipnevlous. The evidence to be presented Is that a quarrel ensued at the strip of' woods near the cemetery north of Provldenco, and Out young Thomj) son shot his latuer tnirougn me neau. This, it Is elated, will be the testiy mony of the ioye witness. Tliat Kor-ne- Benjamin saw the tragedy will bo given In evidence, according to reliable reports. Commonwealth Attorney Dixon said that itho grand Jury ihaid been assisted materially by the vigilance committee, headed by Mayor Montgomery of Provldehcno. Lawyer Dixon was wlht the grand Jury and quesHe stated tioned tho witnesses. that tho testimony of Detective Sending of Nashville liad not ibeon been Important. Tho grand Jury adjourned at nooa. According to Attorney Dixon, the orttlclwn made recently of County Attorney Bennett was unjust and ''Benaett Ud his whole duty In the case," saU Attorney Dixon tonight. "Ha esWI that young T.homnaon be held dvw to the grand iury at tho Of 10 of,.ithe examining trial In January. JI atoo recommended that tho case ajpaliwt Benjamin bo dismissed. The rejutt of the grand Jury bears out Ws Judaieat and vindicates Wm." ifcha eVler Thomp Since ibft day lnlves-tlgatioa. tut The dlsirJct convention of tho Ellzabethtown Ky., April 18 iMr. M. lodges of the Fifth district of the F. Sharp of Narrows, Ohio county, Knights of Pythias of Kentucky will Preldent of the American Society of be held in Onensboro in May, and Equity, was In this city Friday preparations are being made to have to Chicago, 111., to preside ovwr bo one of the mot ssuccessful and the meting of the National Board of it Important conventions that hag ever Directors of the Society which met in been held In the state. It is that cltty Saturday. Mr. Sharp says to have the largest class Initi- that the Society of Equity Is In a more ation ever held in Western Ken- flourishing condition) than at anytime tucky, and each ot the lodges In tho In Its history and It Is organizing now district' Is Invited to have a large unions In every county in the State t number of candidate for the first for general agricultural purposes, and rank. All of tho lodges tm the dis- that a most strenuous effort will be FOR HON. A. S. DENNETT trict wUl send a large delegation to made to organize new. adherents In the meeting, and as the meeting Kentucky for pooling purposes, or to AND JUDGE O'REAR will continue only one day, Star lodge control .the tobacco output each year members ot Owensboro are making henceforth. 'Preldent Sharp also said preparations to entertain the visiting that tihj American Society of Equity, Knights on an elaborate scale. The whosa strength will iprabsubly bo daub-le- d Mt. Sterling Gazette Pays Splen- Star lodge degree tevn, which has a tills year, .will endeavor to pool wide spread reputation for being one the 1911 crop of Burley tobacco and did Compliment to Ohio of the beat In the state, mill coiufer to cut out tho 1912 crop. the first rank in amplified form. The The 1911 pool will ba fornuid provld Countian. district is composed ot the following ed that 16,000 acres of builey Is lodges: Star lodge. No. 19, Owensboro, ' pledged by the tobacco grhversiby Nov 21, Henderson; Break-enrldember 1, 1911 or bafore tliat date. Concerning Hon. A, S. Bennett, Ivy lodge No. lodge, 61, davenport; In-- 1 The tobacco pledge of tho Society whom we mentioned in these columns diopenent logo, No. OS, Hniwesvldlo; of Equity' Is ontlrely In the Interest a few weeks ago, the Alt Sterling Ga- Rough Rlvor lodge, No. 110, Hartford, of tho tobacco growwra and gives lodge No. 144, Central City; them moro latitude or home-rul" Hon. Alvis S. Bennott, of Ohio Coun Calatho Eclipse lodge No. 150, Llvermoro, In other words, each county handles ty, Secretary of the Kepubllcan State lodge, ' Leltohtleld; Luther Its own tobacco and there will bo no Central Committee, Is .being favor ipauiom with lodg, Drakeaboro, and Golden Spur of t)ha product ably mentioned by Republican, all over by the oonaent 'the State for some prominent position' lodge No. 190, Owonaboro. The con other counties, unless onythe State tlokot most probably vonMon will be attended by Grand of the counties Interested.. R. L. Slade Grand Keeper The expenses ot the County Board Clerk of the Court of Appeals. Sen- Chancollor of .Records and Seals J. W. Carter, and tho State Board, and the coat ator Bennett la one of the two Rehandling the crop will bo paid out publicans in tho State that iwe are for Past Supreme Representative W. W. ot each Dlaclawvll of Henderson, and other of a levy of only 2 cents on against the world. Judge O'Rear is pound of ? tobacco niarkotod iwihlch is grand lodge official bethe other. Mr. Bonnett, ibosldes considerably less than the charges ing ono of tho .best men we over knew by Other tobacco associations kaa been of mono practical value to Statutes of Lincoln and Goebel at made which haivo heretofore formed pools. tho Republican party than any man Frankfort. If the pool la perfected, the State In that organization, lie its a manf Two imposing staltues of men (who Board proposes of tlM counties so I ti vn an fa o ti i 1i t trli in Olilullifl t n.1 it ( tV Kentucky's hltfory Instructed to ask 12 cents per pound a ,rt, and on who would grace any iposltlon ',la being modeled by famous sculptors for tho tobacco hi winter order and Is are of public trust with duo cradlt it or per pound in rare that the Republican party lias a and it Is eupecjd that both Will lu 15 cents oncted la tine Capitol wt Frankfort keeping oru.er the price asked to be chance to tfjaure tho services of two tho administration of Gov. Will tlno higher or lower according to the such men as JudgeOUtear and Sena- before ' son comes to an end. One is the supply or demand. tor Bwnett, who for tlwlr moral fitCoetojl, iwhllcli .was The Equity'. Society in Hardin ness and intellectual bigness, are" un- statue of .William provided for by an appropriation county Is" already Increasing Its surpassed. made bv act of the General Assouiblv. strength. Mr. L. N, Robonuon, of The other Is the statute ot Lincoln, ! Owensboro formeily a State organ Rose Offer Withdraws May 1st. which Is ,be the gUt, of J, B. Spuud, izer, Is now' In the county forming Read our red letter subscription of- of Louisville, iBoth are iwell under I new UnioBB and Increasing and refer in auofther part ot this teeue. We way, it la taiKurtod to imoirtbens of the viving the Local Unions heretofore organized, .Good, prices for iBurley offer our paper one year, The Far- Capitol Commlsston. mer and Stoknvan one year and six The statue of Lincoln, which prom- tobacco In .the future, dqpends eneverbloomlnB rosea postpaid for only ises to toe titie iaot notable one uver tirely upon the aotioua ot tho farm(1.00. This offer will be Withdrawn ma4e, la belug iBiodeled by tho sclp-ters, or tobacco growers. ,If they high prlos, they can be abtaln-e- u baforo you for A. A. Wdioman, who wtade the May 1st. Order only gdt it. Tell your neighbors about tho Lincoln statuo now oa the Unoohi the Equity pooling , th 1911 .XUU. and cuttot out the larsi Um Lur ooMuty. oJfrt te jwo-posed m ge Announcements ihjjive?,ben received by relative ;aniP. friends at Hartford, of the marriage ot Mr. James T. Sanderfur to Miss Jessie May IHabgoa at Atlanta, Georgia, on Wednesday, of this weeJc Mr. Sandertur- - Is at present engaged as foreman of a railroad construction party, operating at Greenwood, North Carolina, and the cards announcing the marriage carry the words, "at home at Greenwood, North Carolina, May 1st." The wedding Is a very great surprise to the friends of Mr. Sanderfur in Hartford and even to members of hi3 Immediate family. He Is a son of Attorney, J. P. Sanderfur, and for many years was engaged in various enterprises His many friends In our town. wish him much happiness and prosperity In hie neww relation in, life. Will And Cut out 1912 Crop is Flan of i Convene in May Hartford American Society of Members Will Attend. Equity. !. e. -- 1 d, , or do-sl- ro to-d- ay from a business standOrder of Odd Fellows. Will be obpoint that had been held since Che served in this city by Acme Lodge No. organization of the society, and much 339, on Wednesday afternoon April 20 work was done. at 2:30. Reports filed, at the meting showPrayer, Chaplain Bruner. ed that the society was rapidly gainRitualistic Ceremony. Noble Grand ing strength, and was making very Hedrick and Vice Grand Wallace. satisfactory progress in pooling flhw Song Miss iHettie Riley. 1911 crop of tobacco. Bro. J. W. BruAddress, "Faith" The Indications are that quite a ner. number of new receiving .points will Song Miss Ruth Riley. established, owing to the increased Address, "Love." Bro. G. B. Li- be amount of tobacco that will be poolkens. ed with the society this season. Violin Solo. Mr. Emory G. Schroe-te- r. After the meeting was callnd to order, a credential committee wo3 3tp- Address, "Truth." .Bro. C. M. Bar-net- t. pointed which seated a strong delegation of representatives from each, -Song, Miss Susie Wright. of the four counties constituting ther Refreshments. society. Benediction. Bro. James T. Davis." A committee composed of J. S. N CuUen of McLean; T. F. Tanner of Near Rnsinp. Fir KOhlo; J. W. Dunn of Daviess, and Fire ot 'unknown origin destroyed d Dowvll of Hancock, was appoint- tho large barn ot Mr. J. H. Baize, ot d on resolutions, who reported la the Mt. Pleasant neighborhood, (three art as foUows; .miles south of Roslne Monday night Whereas, the principles of ther 'Farming Implements, a, buggy and wag American Society of Equity , have on and savwnty five bushels of corn proven to be sound and just, and were all destroyed, and there was no therefore, be It resolved, that we once-morinsurance on any of the property. pledge our best efforts to tha advancement of the cause of Equttyr Invitation Received. Resolved: That we favor having tbtf The Junior Editor Is pleased to re- names of all poolers of the A. S. o ceive tho (following invitation from E. printed and furnished our graders Lexington, Ky. Resolved, further: That wb recomKentucky Mu Iota Chapter mend that the A. S. of E. take up of Alpha Tau Omega the unsold stock of the Home WareMerrick Lodge house company, and ipledge ourselves Friday April twenty first to use our best efforts to place this Eight thirty. Dancing stuck with our members It being understood that It shall be voluntary with each member as to his taking' NIGHT RIDER TRIALS stock. F. K. Moseley was apolr.Nd a speCOST SOME MONEY cial committee to draft certain demands relatives to national legislations on the Cauadlau reciprocity question, w Cost $4;600 to Grind out One which communication Is to be for-warded to the Hon. A. O. Stanley iwJth Instructions to use his efforts ito deCharge Against Dr. Amoss feat the bill. at Hopkinsville. There was organized what is to be known as the poultry department of the American Society of Equity. Tlw Hopklnsvllle ,Ky., April 13. It cost offlcers elected were T. F. Tanner ot the state ot Kentucky more than Ohio county, president, and A. H. Iej county nearly of McLean county, secretary, with a $1,000 and Christian tliat the dehyate $000 to try oive of the charges of night recommendation riding against Dr. David A. Amos, submit this proposition to the nietn-befor a iermnnent ongatuizatlpnt whom a jury recently pronounced not A committee on revision of bylawa guilty. The attorney fees and other expenses Incurred by both sides In and constitution was applonited 09 the famous case aggregate adltloual follows: W. B. Bibb of McLdan; D. Ford of Ohio, Cal Lamar of Hancock, thousands. Circuit clerk Radford completed the F, K. Mos.eIey of Daviess. Tho delegates also went ou record aa listing ot the costs and the total is Included in this amount is favoring the parcels post la;w and for J1.C94. pledges and report uniform the bill for stenography, which Is the $580. Tho witnosa fees In the case blanks for the entire district. are $734.C0. There are two other Indictments Baptist Church. against Dr. Amos and three IndictPastor Bruner preaches on "Misments each against Dunning, Maloue, sions" at West Point Wednesday Nicholas, Robluson and Glass. night, Waltons Creek Thursday night and Centertown "Friday night, ffhla Observed Easter Sunday. week and next Is all the tlmo will have before the books Beaver Dam, Ky., April 19. Easter Sunday wwas observed at the home ot close for tho Southern Baptist ConMoasns. N. W. and H. t Dockery vention, which meets in Jacksonville, April '16. A splendid dinner was fur- Flo., 'May 17, and ovwy ono sliouW do nished and after dinner an Easter his best for Missions. Sunday School at 9:45 o'clock Sunegg hunt was given. Those present at wore: Mrs. Mallnda Smith, SI yoars day morning. Morning worship old and grandmother, of Mrs, N. W. 11 o'cock. Theme of discourse "Our Dockery; Mrs. N W. Dookery and Homo Land." Evening worship at Thuine of sermon, father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. P. 7:45 o'clock. N. Woodruff, Miss Anna Woodruff, "Found Wanting." B. Y. P. U. mooting In the Banaca llargy Hooper, Miss Loaithy Hunt, Mrs, Wiley Woodruff, Mr. Granville room at C;45 o'clock. Preaching at Concord Saturday-- at Burden, Mrs. B. F. Burden and little daughter Alma, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. 11 o'clock and Sunday afternoon, at Dunbar and Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Dock- - 2:30 o'clock. Tho pubUc Invited to all these service ory I . ps -- journed until Its next regular quarterI. 0. 0. F. Anniversary. ly meeting, to be iheld In July. For the 92nd Anniversary Celebration The meeting 'was one of the moat Founding of the Independent of the harmonious, nf D fJH' T S. ' V s , v SPRING OPENING SALE! REMEMBER Our Store is Open Every Evening Until 9 O'clock P. M. NEW YORK STORE Proprietor J. ID. RESED, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. 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. V RibThis entire stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Millinery, ladies Ready Made Skirts and Waists, bons, 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. Oftim.es just when things look the best they are indeed approaching a crisis; entire stock forced on the market at any old price. Big Extra Specials. yards of the very best Calico, such as the American, Simp40c son and the Calcuta brands for only 7c and 8c Apron Ginghams in the following colors.Blue, Red, 5ic Pink and Brown checks, at per yard 10c Dress Ginghams in the following colors, Gray, Brown, 8c Pink, Blue, Red in checks or plaids, per yard 15c Amoskeag Dress Ginghams in all the latest Patterns and 10 Ladies' Ready to Wear Department. Exquisite New spring Hats is just what we are showing this season. Ask any wonian who has visited our Millinery Department, Smart Tailored Hats worth $4 and $5 any where $1.98 in the State. Only a few now left, your choice for and $2.50 Ready to Wear Sailors in all the latest Our $2 94c Styles and Colors. Your choice'during this sale for Ladies' Sailors in Black, White, Blue and Green. Our $1 quality, we have a big line to show you, your choice during 48c this sale for Black and White only, our 50c quality will Ladies' Sailors in 23c go in this sale at Ladies Ready to Wear waists made from the finest Lawn in 46c White and Black only, our 75c Waists for only in White only, nicely Trimmed with Our $1 Ladies Waists 79c fine Lace or Embroideries, your choice Our $1.25 and $1.50 Tailored Waists, the finest you have ever seen.you can't possibly buy the goods and trimmings for the 96c price we advertise, only 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 $1.98 are asking for these Skirts, your choice $6 Black, Blue and Brown Silk Voil Skirts, only a few on hand. Drummer Samples in plain and trimmed, your choice while they last $3.89 , Our $8 and $10 Skirts in all colors, such as Cheapion, Panama Serge and in all the latest goods. Only a few on hand . . . $5.68 48c $1 Lace Curtains for per pair 98c $1.75 Lace Curtains for per pair $1.69 $2.50 Lace Curtains per pair c 94c $1.50 Warners Rust Proof Corsets 43c 50c and 75c Corsets te Men and Boys Ready to wear De- partment. $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 Brand Clothing made up for high class trade, but .we got these Suits t in now, they are the regular $15 Clothing; your choice . ." ."$6,98 $18 Men's Suits in Blue Serge, Coat and Pantg 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 $11.98 $2.50 Boys Knee Suits on Russians Blouse with Beltsattached, 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 only $1.98 $5 and $6 Boys Knee Suits with Knickerbocker Pants up to a minute Styles, Gray and mixed colors, all sizes, only $3.69 75c Boys wash Suits, sizes from 3 to 9, per suit 48c $1.50 Men's Pants with side Buckles and Belt straps 94c $2 to $2.50 Men's Pants, all up to date $1.48 9ic designs, only a few pieces left, per yard A very good grade of Bleached and Unbleached Domestic, . 4Jc during this entire sale per yard Hope and Lonsdale Cambric a yard wide, the world over you per yard. During this entirelSpring have to pay now ll-12- ic , 9c Opening Sale per yard Whjte Pure Linen Dress goods, Guaranteed Irish Linen 26 inches Wide, 35c quality. During this sale while it last, per 22c . yard . . , A yard wide Pure White Irish Linen Dress goods, 50c quali32c ty, as long as it lasts only per yard 25c quality in Millo Silks, only a few pieces on hand in the 18c following colors, Black, Blue and Red, per yard 200 yards of China Silks in all the latest colors and designs, Guarantee you can't buy a yard for less than $1, but we only 32c bought a small quantity, while it lasts yours per yd following Brands and 25c quality of our Dres3 Suitings in the Colors, Victor Cordee, Brocade in stripes or figures .only 18c per yard Suitings in all the Latest Patterns. Good 12Jc Percals and for Ladies' and Children's Dresses. We have a big line of these 9c goods. During this entire Spring Opening Sale per yard lc Pins und Needles 2c Ladies' Handkerchiefs During this great Sale Laces and Embroideries will go at nearly half price. So early buyers will reap the advantage. .... , .... .... 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 thi3 Great Spring Opening. Our $2.50 quality, per pair , $1.87 Our $2 Ladies Black Swade Slipper, for only $1.38 $3 Ladies Slippers or Shoes in Patent Leather or Vici, in lace . only, all sizes $1,93 $3.50 Ladies' Shoes or Slippers, Velvet Tops in button, Black or Tan, or all Velvet Slippers any size $2.28 $1.50 Suit Cases we have a few left 78c Trunks from $1.48 worth double the amount up to $4.98 ... Pants and Shirts all go in this great Sale at a great sacrifice, so early buyers will get the biggest bargains. So come early if you want to get some of the great bargains. Men's work clothes such as Overalls, Jumpers and work Vl Ill's 11 11 111 ffl Bid 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 trujh. We want you to come and see, let your eyes judge. Ladies' bring your boys and their father and see that they fit themselves out properly from head to foot. All must be sold in the time we mention in this ad. The whole story is that J. D. Reed bought too many goods. Now the day of reckoning has come, the Entire Stock without limit and without reserve doomed and must ;go. Just come, be on hand Saturday morning, let nothing prevent your coming. Every single item of the New York Store Stock goes on sale. Any old price to get it all out quick in 10 days. The last appeal. We Free Trip to Hartford. Railroad fares refunded to purchases amounting to $20 wUhin the radius" of 25 miles. So buying tickets at your Btation, get your agent to gjve you a receipt for the- amount you have paid and ypur money will bo refunded atTho New York Store. - NEW TORE STORE J. D. REED, Notice! Men's and Boy's Straw Hats from 9c up (o 48c, worth double the money, also Baby's Caps from 15c upto 9c, all Proprietor during ;th!s Great Spring HARTFORD, - KENTUCkV. Sale; - . BhAUIIK 1 one-year-old TUUK ,... HUfflh Boy Scout Notes. . (BY C. N. GIL-MAN.- If Nothing beautifies the home grounds.hke a few well selected roses. THE RE- PUBLICAN is going to m;ike it possible for every one of its readers to beautify his or her homo grounds without a cent of cost. We will send you the six ever- blooming roses described below, absolutely free of charge, if you will send us only $1 to pay for THE REPUBLICAN one year and the Farmer and Stockman one year. What is more we will send you complete instructions on 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 time you wish before Maj 1, hKhblS 'rs j br-dy-. o You must have a scoutmaster. A Bcoiitmnster should bo alchtaxn af ngw or ovwr and who has baen commies inn od either by the nn- tOllUll COlinfill lll'.bv lnn1 mint vmnfll giving authority from Athe notional -- t v9 mB it lets you boys but, but It dwtsn't. Start with the nearest man, your faTher iisuaUy, Tell him that you may lcok as If & p fl i &nd your friends wantto take up tho scout game and neotl his help. Get him to write to national headqttanter for directions how to go ahead and orm a lpcal qouncll. The Kind You Ilnvo Ahvnys Bought, and which has been hi use for over 30 years, has homo tho signature- of --0 anil has been mrulo under his lcr- - &jC&t?JZ r7r. All Counterfeits, m IS THE ROSES DESCRIBED. Black Rose The Black Rose makes the highest attainment of the hybridizers skill. For grace, form and color the large beautiful flowers look as if they were cut from the heaviest dark rich velvet. White Killarney The wonderful new "Irish Beauty' unfolding broad wax flowers of pure snow white. like petals into enormous semi-fu- ll is a. strong, robust, vigorous grower. The flowers are President Taft It faultlessly formed, extra large and double, the color an exquisite shade of bright sparkling pink. Yellow Kaiserin It is a healthy grower, very hardy bush on which great masses of exquisite golden yellow roses are borne. flowers of the richest velvet red are Rhea Reid Great masses of large-doublproduced on the whole blooming season. Dorothy Perkins In habit ol bloom, )t is extremely iree, producing Mowers 4P in immense clusters. The color is an exquisite shade of clear shell pink. f 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 fM Stockman will hold the roses for you till you are ready to plant them. Do not m P I Inn JAimAtt Vial mi? InlfA rtV o rc V iKmlinrr uoc v.uu;uii ugiuu uuivc UJautco uv wuiuug 4 ft ft ft ft ft ft THE REPUBLICAN,Ky. Hartford, ft your paper ft your Farmer ft in your ft ft ft ft all Orders to Hartford, THE REPUBLICAN, ft ftftftftftftftftftftftftftft Enclosed find $1.00 for which' send' me) and Stockman one year, and The paper. ed My Name Address A.clcLx-e?t- s J it for one year, six roses as advertis- Ky. in a rather quick oven. - HOUSEHOLD HELPS. Department for Our Housekeepers. Contributions Accepted.) (A Special Arrange to do the ihread baking on' Ironing day. It may mean extra trouble but It is saving fuel. Left-ove- r hard ibolled loggs can bo sliced covered with a white sauce and put in a pie dish and covered with cold mashed potatoes to which are added extra butter, crtani, salt, pepper and paprika. Brush the top of wbatoes with yolk cf egg and bake i i ,&s"gs on often will break into the white. In- such case dtp a clean cloth Into warm water and wring dry. Touch the yolk with once. tho cloth and It "will cling to the RAT ERADICATOR. cloth. If Ihciusewlviea will spninklle sulphur AVheji bollirag starch ( which should bo' wM balled to give satisfaction) about atttcs, cellars, holes or any place If you add a small piece of .butter about haunted by rats, the rata "will disaptlwj size of a small hickory nut your pear. SALT IN STAROH. starch will not boll aver, as it generally does and will make a atnooth and When .boiling common starch add a little fine aalt, whloh will prevent the glossy finish la the Ironing. Wet leaves Bprlnkled over the. car- starch from sticking. pet before sweeping .will keep the BAKING POTATOES QU10KLV. dust from rising. They should not be Boil potatoes for ten minutes in used on light colored carpets, as they boiling, salted water; drain quidkly and' put In hot oven and they will btaln. bake in half the time. POTATO SNOWBALLS. CLEANING WITH GASOLINE. Beleot round 'potatoes of medium When cleaning a Bpot with gasoand uniform ulze and paro thin. Boil thorn In iwafcer so salty as lobe almost line, place a plena of blotting paper a Imlno about four itlmea as much under the material and it will not salt as It usually requires. See that leaW the objectionable ring. they reraUln perfectly whole, drain LOQSE SEWING MACHINE BAND. and shako well, and whoa ready to If the sewing machine Kind Is oopvo roll them In rlced potatoes and loose drop a little castor oil in the arrange upon a hot dish "with here groove In .wlhdch the w.hool turns and and there a sprig of parsley. Some turn tho wheel about rapidly for a '. pnafer to havo them rolled in plain fewmiouitee. PAINTING TINWARE. gratfcdi cocoanut which tnnkw an add, but not unpleasant change. Paint will stick to tinware if the surface la wall rubbed with u jpledo DEVILED SPINACH!. Baud-papWash the spinach in eervwal waters of rough pumice stone or coarse th'ia coat of ahtillaq and a and sbak dry. Cook In as little wat-o- r as poMttle,ltha drain and chop varnish apllod before the euiiface is flB(. To one pint add a beattta egg, painted. The most common cause of Insomnl' SUBSTITUTE FOR PASTE. Is dteoidere of stomach. 'Chamber-Iain- 's bait a oup of crumbs oae taUteepoon I Stomaea aad Liver Tabtats corof muHed butter, salt to taste, aad a ' Cold .bolted potato has some value Kins New Llfw Pills drift, of eaiyenim Mix, All teito pasty as a wfeeUKrUrtie for paste. IWffth it rect these disorders acd enable you MnJohw Sanderfur was the guest natural aid and gently compel proper, j together to aleep. ffeells, scatter over a little leaaoa papers may be fastetwd For sale toy1 all dxug-Btet- s. of nlUv8 at Breutle Ust Wedntcday action. Exoolknt health soon followg. ' Stoply Tub Mlsa Cora Thoavagoti , Jutoa, diwt with crumbs aad ,teown picture mounted, efec. m who in at-- Try, ttfeia 25c at all OruggleU jn yolkf the y Inf&p'Jhg the whites from tho - WHITE MAYONNAISE. iBeat in a bowl the whites of three gg9, and a half a cup of nath'er mild vim-gar- , a teaspoon of made mustard, the 6am e quality of sugar, a salt Bpoon heaping of salt, half a salt sipoon of white .pepper, add a piece of butter .the size of a walnut. Place over balling 'water and stir until thick then add a rounding tablespoon of earn, tarchs mixed smooth In a third of a cup of water. OYSTER BISQUE. Wash a pint of small oysters and cook for two minutes In three cups of 'boiling water. Strain in liquid and set tho oysters aside. Heat the broth to boiling point, add a half saltspoon of white pepper, a dash of cayenne, a oup of rich sweet milk, an tablespoon of butter cut in small pieces and rolled In flour, one teaspoon of nilniced parskiy and salt to taste. Place tho oysters in the tureen; pour the broth, over them and serve at tho edges with the potato and press firmly together. NO RATTLING WINDOWS. A simply way to prevent windows from rattling is to use split clothespins as wedges. Stain them the color of the woodwork, tie a cord nlbout the head of the pin and fasten With a tack to the window frame. TINTING CURTAINS. White curtains may ibe mode a beautifully ecru by following these dlnctcttons: Dissolve tumeric powder, one .taulespoonful to owe gallon of water. After the curtains ihave ben thoroughly cleansed, boll In this solution for a few minutes. KNIFE-CLEANING BOARD. er A good knife cleaning board Is made by taking a piece of "board ten lnahes long and six inches wide. Tack Into this a piece of brussels carpet and sprinkle witih, flno emery. Rub knives on this, which process will clean tho knives well and with little labor. TO CLEAN LACE. To clean very fine laoe, lay a (paper on a flat surface and sprinkle thickly with flno magnesia. Arrange tho lace on the magwesla and cover with another coating of magnesia. Cover with paper and place a heavy weight on top of the laoe. Leave in this condition for several days. TO RENEW WINDOW SHADES. When window' shades have become old, worn and cracked, they may be made to look like new and last for many yeans. Lay the' shades flat on tho floor and paint them with any color of oil paint desired. This can bo purhcased at 'hardware stores cans. Paln first one aide, and when dry turn over and paint tho opposite side. WHEN BLUH. Persons soaring eye-gh- i. find it very annoying during tho winter mouths when tho glass steams, blurs or becomes froaOod. To prevent Ithls take any good glycerine samp, mfb a little on each Bide of tho glass, using no jwiater, then polish with tissue paper or u soft cloth. It also removes grease and grime and stays polished' much longer than with the ordinary cleaning. EYE-GDASS- .in fffnearl direction' for forming such a body as given by national head quant Ta are that i( shall conslbt of somo of the oily gov- ornnien.t, thj mayor for (preference; Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, ParerPtStUit-'itive- s of every organization goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It- - is Pleasant. wiorRlng for boys butwetm tlw aces of contains neither Opium, Morpliino nor other Narcotic twelve and elghuun tlfcso are the Mibstiince. Its ago fs its guarantee. destroys Worms scout age limits such as boys cluba, cures Diarrhoea and "Wind and allays Fcvcrishncss. charitable associatilons, ux-wilColic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation oourt, public schools Sunday schools, Y. M. and Flatulency. assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. C. A., Young Jlen's AssociaTho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. tion, Young Jlen's Institutf, association, settlement association and medical ALWAYS societies; and men of gfemeral interest nepers inting such public institutions Sears the Signature of asbusln ss, the press, the polio force the national guard and tlie fl!re department. S-ciui&-iM Tills council should rogjister with tho national council. .It is then rtady to appoint scoutmasters, who in thiir turn, can. enroll scouts. The council will keep general superIn vision over all tho troops enirolled THE CINTAUM COMMNT. TT MUKT STMCT, NCW 1TOHK CtT. biyi tine scoutmasU.irs, it will oonldaict public niKietlngs to raise Interest in the scout work, and It will Inspect all troops and patrols and award all promotions and merit badges- ;Tlhls Is .the only wny to Icikp everything running on .the square and to koap dawn. fake scraps. There is one man in the United States who has perhaps heard Then-ane ai lot of these. Gangs of more women's secrets than any other man or woman in the boys have .picked up tine name "aoouf country. These secrets are not secrets of guilt or shame, but gone around making all kinds of and the secrets of suffering, and they have been confided to Dr. 42J R. V. Pierce in the hope and expectation cf advice and help. trouble for farmers and others living That few ol these women have been disappointed in their exnear towns and getting the genuine per cent, of pectations is proved by the fact that ninety-eigscouts a bad namie. all women treated by Dr. Pierce have been absolutely and Such a record would be remarkable if the altogether cured. Ypu don't want itB be one of these cases treated were numbered by hundreds only. But when "fake scouts" but a real scout and that record applies to the treatment of more than lialf-u- - milthw way to be a ival baseball player lion women, in a practice of over 40 years, it is phenomenal. and entitles Dr. Pierce to the gratitude accorded him by women, as the first of is to play the ganw according to th specialists in the treatment of women's diseases. rules. Every sick woman may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, absolutely without Olaniy requests have benn iiveeived charge. All replies are mailed, sealed in perfectly plain envelopes, without ' at the National Headquarters of the any printing or advertising whatever, upon them. Write without fear as without fee, to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. It. V. Pierce, Prest.. Boy Scou's of America for execui'lvt Buffalo, N. Y. sacretaries to tako charge of the boy scout work in. various elites throughDR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION out Uuo country. The local commlt-tMe- s 3VT.rVli.Ofi. Aom.crj. Jn charg-- of the scout movement oxxloxi. A"olX hal the necessity of haivilns a man experienced In handling boys a trained ia tho psychology of boy work tending school at Hartford College, i to be the executive hod. parents Satumdy and Sun Ladies! ave Money and Keep in 'Requests for seven stcreturl'es haw visited day. Style by Reading McCaH's been reoehtd ia the latt witiek. Mr. J. P. Foster wiit to Owens-bo.n- o Among the dtles asking for skilli-Magazine and Using McCall Patterns Last week to purchase goods for organizers are Boston, Oakland, St. McC.II'i Mn.iimwlll his store. u urcss MCAILS HACAZIhX lii'ln Paul and Minneapolis. Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. "William Vanowr, at a moderate ahxadiy has oipened a branch offlaa of ex iensi by k o e l n c of Owvnshoro, niv visiting tho latter's )ou posted on tho the National Headquarters and has iatvst fashions In son, Mr. P. U. Tweddell and family DO i lollies and lints. Installted a paid secretary and Chicago iMr. and Mis. J. P. Foster were callNew Fashion Dcsiciia also has a paid secretary. In racli issue. Abo ed to tho bedside of .Mra Fosters alunblo Information The Boy Scout movement, however, mi nil homo and mother, Mrs. Lucy Howard, of Nuch-oi- s, is spreading eo fast and the demands lnatlcrs. Onlr Sunday, who was veny sick but toe n J car lncludlu: for organizeis to get the Scoutma&ter a frco pattern. is liii'jiraiving at this 'writing. tod.iy or scud started on their work, have been so BB9BSBB Wnrf..'it for frco sample copy. Misses Olile Thomas, Boaver Dam, great that Headquarters cannot fill McC.ll Ptiic ids mil you to in.ibo in your nun homo niili)ouronnli.)iiils clothlui; for th'.jn training and and Ituna Miller, Itoalnw, were th Considerable rours-clguests of Mis. John W. Sandenfur and children nhldi will bo perfect for in stylo and fit 1'rlie minn 15 in addition to an innate talent Tuesday. reals Feud for fren I'uttern ( ntalocue. f handling boys are lvquirwl in an exeWe Will Cite You Fine Freicnti for t'l'ttlnc .Air. Leslie Ward has th Contract nmonc jour friends. Sond forfn'a cutive secretary. working this ot the nubl'rciiiliiin ( alaloi'iu) ami ( h 1'rlzo Offer. Richmond P. Hob-so- n for THE UcUU COMPANY. 239 It 249 Vn 37lk SL. NEW YORK ile roads. We hope to si'1 tlw work believes ia tho Boy Scout and say young sons shall join begin soon as it is badly needed. that both of his the organization when' they are old John W. Slckehnilth, Greensboro, enough. He supports tho movement because it Is teaching the city boys to Pa., has throe children and Ilk? most gtt out Into .the woods and to wnjoy children' they fivqueiiitly takw cold. nature. "Tho day of the "scout," says "We have tried several kinds of cough ho "extended to lS.'G, but the statis- medicine," he tays, "but have never that found any yet that did them as much tics down to that intlnt show about 85 per cent of all the, people In good as Chamberlain's Cough Kennedy. MeCALL PATTERNS in tlw. UniU--d States were engaged or in For sale by by all druggists.. Celebrated for ttyle, perfect fit. limnllcitr ind telubility nearly 40 yeri. hold in nearly some way conniected with agricultuevery city and town in the United State and How's This? Canada, or by mail direct. .More sold than ral pur.su its; that those who fought any other make. Send tor free catalogue. of the in the civil iwar wen-- m-Wo offer One Hundred JJollara lie- - McCALL'S MAGAZINE farm, that those men Avho founded tie ward for any case of Catarrh that More subscribers than any other fathton magazine nation and constructed (its Institutions cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh . B cat atyle. million month. Invaluable. LaU patterns, ilrrnmaliintr, millinery, plain tewing, were mien of tlw country. Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, K etiquette, poodtancy needlework, hairdrettinir, a ttorlea, etc. 60 cents i year (worth double), includingOnlytree pattern. "To-da- y j a there are less than 30 per Ohio. Subscribe today, or send for (ample copy, cent of tho people of the United We, the undersigned, have known F WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents, l'ostal brings premium catalogue States conmectied with agricultural J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and i and new cash prise ofleii. Address pursuits. It means that the nation's believo hhn perfectly honorable In ' IBE HcCAU CO, S ! :il W. 3TUa St, NSW YOU upon all buslnebs transactions, and finanwhole future is going to nest the city bay. it is a sad fact that cially able to carry out dny obligaevery case wheno city llfo has come tions made by his linn to buvie an. ap.ixaranco In the life of WALDING, KINNAN & MARVIN, tho nation a nation 'sdecllneh as begun "VVholesallo Druggists, l)ledo, 0. BUCKBEB'S BULBS SUCCEED! ' or Is destined soon to begin. Hall's Catarrh Cure is token inESPECIAL OFFER: A" r tm bnlli Nw BntUcM. "In my Judgment It is the great- ternally acting directly unon the blood " M.da m iMrinaiicni trial ' tamer.will mftka tou miaUanlod ox rum i ' your est "problem of America llfo and Jn and mucous surfaces of the system. Hfttlafakdlaii moacf refunded. 'e fact of .modem lite tills quotslon of Testimonials sent fnea. Price 75c. r1ta.wfAnrtciMAMattbnUa .ni. 7yi V iLMi.UkU41MiM&'9vK ji--t bringing up the city boy equivalent per hottle. Sold by all Druggists. tUU, f.UflMUt, Ul. PMtkk Irlsj, cMiH. (tMrtili, 1 to the men of a generation before and Tako Hall's Family Pills for confitM St ifanlMUA. Dwla TU, ritH Tvtlp. twbbtt Tttii. oJi. riMiu iumb 4 tfetu Hjmuiu. I feel that this movement in America stipation, ' I riiM UuVmlUa m has the right to command the WrlflMg, i atlon, of every good citizen. MHND 4 CHIN Gives Aid to Strikers. tm lu( fy f a4 rU 38rwl ii.lt liJi 4w WIN vm, awiHini, Sometimes liver, kidneys and bowels II mmUIUrMM HM. Wt rH Mh U Mt MMN U 4WH .WtMMtllMtt.WNIMrWMI. f)0 CREEK . seem to so on a sti'lk'b and refuse to I la BMUkMB)nuoa " mumhi, ncmhm iiUmi j mm ! r"" ' vuf Apll 12; The Sabbath school at work right. Then you nod those lft ttM ) INItHmMMlNW itMf " vlH' Wesley ChiHPel baa boen reonganJze.d pjeasamt I we woout rr. ' HtUo Mf WWiw yMOMUl, HI. and Is progressing nicely, to giv them., s Allowiioonotoacccivoyouinthls. Imitations nnil"Just-ns-gootlMnr- o hut rxpcriincnts that trillo with nnil endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience) against Experiment. soiml supervision since Its infancy. What is CASTORIA It It It It plny-grioun- ils GENUINE CASTORIA The (W KM You Me Always Bought Use For Over 30 Years. Women s Secrets ' wools. Sick. W Strong, hr 1 e f W ) kwJ i , BULBS' ' 1 co-op- laijABK A WWII B U I atrUto-brtaJtertr- J. "' i m l J o f Hartford Republican. C -- Will Meet Next Year at a iittlo prodding from th-- country press occasionally to Calhoun. Address all communications and the coming Democratic onslaught The Hartford Republican. on the lirottotlve tariff sjstem, it will yet show Up a strong defender The Blblo School Convention of oracaci'sroxTscffi. of the faith. tho Eighteenth District of tho ChrisCongressman Olllo James, candi tian church of Kentucky closed its an -date for the Democratic nomination nual session Wednesday 'evening, FRIDAY AriUL 21. was held in this city, after two for United States spoke at Nlchofs-vlll- which Ky., last Monday In the Inter days session, alio meeting began TuANNOUNCEMENT. his esday morning with the session of est Of his candidacy nnd We are authorized to announco Hon entire speech to criticisms of Sen- tho Woman's Board of Missions, and W. S. Dean a candidate for ator Paynter and showd us Just what tli3 two days were spent enjoyably to tho office of Representative a bad man the Democratic party had and profitably. F In he next General Assembly of Ken- foisted upon There were about twenty .five visits state as a repre the ; MtfPJ) pf tlie tucky, subject to Daviess Ja. sentative in We United States Stnafo tog delegates representing Foreman, vs. M. H. and E. R. R. jtepubUcap party, counwhen they elected Mr. Paynter io that Muhlenberg, Butler and McLean verdict for plaintiff and $187.50 damW sayB of ties. Brockenrldgc, iMeadu and Han- ages. body, if all that Mr. James should be cock counties were not representeJ. Com'th, vs. Charles Condor, verdict Ollle James seems to be spoiling him is true, the criticisms (n fron directed to the Democratic party of At noon the delegates assembled of Jury guilty and fined $C0. for a "Jlnt debate." Kentucky, the agency, through which of tho Christian! Church, when their James Taylor Lowe "vs. M. H. and Oapt Hobaon would make a splen.dk tho Senator was placed in position pictures were made by. Mr. E. G. E. R. R. Judgment for ?50 for plaintaff njan for eome yellow niawspnper. to disgrace the stato as Mr. James Schrooter. tiff. Wednesday Morning par-t- y Stato Bible frhmmany landed It's Senator In would have us believe. If that, Com'th. vs. Will MoKey on trial has committed such a 'blunder hero School Evangelist Frozter appointed GThursday afternoon, found guilty. provided ho stands hitch New York, " tofcre In selecting timber forUnlted a committee composed of Messrs. AusThe grand jury haB so far returned I ed. s: State Senator, 'how can It bo trusted tin Berry and W. J. Hudspeth to seiven Indictments, classified as Tie tax on bachelors in Wisconsin In the present contest to make a se- select tho time and place of holding might ibe itermed a tax an unimproved lection for us? In other words might tho next convention, to elect a presiGambling 4, furnishing llnuor to a property. It not furnish us equally as bad ma dent and secretary and draw resolu- minor 1; carrying concealed a deadly The people will tions thanking the Hartford' members weapon 1,-- detaining a female against One good thing may be said about terial In Mr. James? Legislature and entertaining tho delegates while here. her avIII 1. Republican Baster, Its casualties will not begin elect a .The committee reported that the fill the position with someone from to compare with the Fourth of July. Calthat party to avoid the mistakes next convention will be held "at Population of Ohio County. Many women" claim that the men which Mr. James says has heretofore houn, Ky., the third week' In April 1912. James H. Hunt of Rdchester, who do the most kicking over Easter been committed by the Democrats. The popualtlon of all the towns Ky., secretary, and the fallowing rcso la Kentucky has been announced at hats Hiend the most money tor cigars the Census Department at iWashingto FOR A. S. lutlons adopted. We present our readers this weiek STILL ANOTHER Resolved, That the thanks of this Below we give the population of sevBENNETT. with a splendid likeness of the next convention be, and are hereby extend- eral towns in this county. governor of Kentucky on our first 1910 1000 In an editorial concerning Hon. ed to the (brethren and citizens of page. 783 976 Alvls S. Bennett, who is being fa- Hartford for the hospitality and Hartford, 552 762 appears that neither the Mexl-ca- n vorably mentioned for a place on the courtesy shown the members of the Beaver Dam, It 201 299 nor the Lorlmer situations give State ticket of the Republican party, convention, to the local prss for pub- Centertowwn 225 163 ' evidence of much hope for .permanent the Green River Republican af Morgan- - lishing our program and giving a lib- Cromwell, 586 C49 town, Ky., closes with the following: eral annauncament of tho proceedings Fordsvllle, peace. 103 Mr. Bennett Is well known to the of the meeting, and to the manners Horse Branch government may Whe Japanese 550 530 Republicans of Butler county and the of the ohoir for their excellent mu MoHenry, have to establish a special department Third District, 426 300 Wo think a great sic, which was Inspiring and helpful. Render for .tho explanation and denial of deal of him and would not 13 sur525 C58 The devotional exerciacs Wednes Rookport war rumors. 224 166 prised to see the votes of this county day evening were conducted by Mr. Roaine, The people, are for Judge O'Rear. In his column, tif his name is presen- Walter E. Frazee, Stato School Evan Total population of Ohio County His Ibroad, progressive platform is ted to the convention- - Ha is the gelist. Th,'s was followed hy a splen In'l910, 27,642; 1900, 27.287, 1890, the talk of the State. Gneen River kind of man who deserves political did address by Mr. J. "W. Hardy, of It Is stilted in the 'bulletin that Republican. honors. Nashville Tenn. The meetings were we have received from Washington well attended and especially the last that no comparison of population of SpeakerClarJ; lsHnow-- In a position DUNDEE. service and the music by the ohoir the county as a whole can be made to sympathize with the man who once April 17. Rev. Cooney filled his reg was splendid. for eaoh decade as the county iwas made his living walking across Xiagan in 1909. VISITING DELEGATES. ular appointment at this place Sunday on a tight rope. who has Miss Valeria Harrison, Beaver Dam Miss Bessie Alford, Mr. Bryan's search for available been the guets of her cousin Miss Miss Jessie Schauvan, Miss Dossie Democratic candidates has been long Mae Foreman for the past week, re- Taylor, J. B. Boiling and Dr. S. D. ' Taylor, Owensboro; Mrs. T.'TYBlrk- and fruitless, and he may net meet Tturned home iMonday. i. ..' ,..-- . cs" 1.. himself coming hick on that same Mr. reiix iijruwji nimiik. otuuuiuv head, .Mrs. M. T. Hudson, .iMr. Berry, Maceo, Miss Shauntee, Miss Wilholt, night with Mr. Roscoe Fentress. rood. Quite a crowd attended Sunday-Schoo- l Mr. L. N. Varble. The desire to sit nt the butt end Fordsvllle iMlss Lynn and Mrs. and the Easter egg hunt at of a fishing pole has Vapt many lazy the Methodist church Sunday after- Richard Neal. Central City; Mr. and men out of serious mischief, and also noon. Everybody come next Sun- Mrs. T. Q. Fortney, Powderly; Miss How About that Leaky Root! many industrious men out of Sun- day and lets make our Sunday Bessie Raley and Dr. Rains.' Rochesday school. school more Interesting than it has ter; Miss Eltzabath Hunt and Miss Has the roof on your resisame time. Bunnle Wrood, Lexington, Ky., Mrs. Mr. Roosevelt's home went Djtoo-cratf- c been for Mr. Jesse Huff has returned (home S. K. Yancey. Ho.pklnavllle; W. J. dence or out buildings been tiro other day while he was from Richmond, lnd., wiwhere he has Hudspeth, Sulphur, Ky., H. W. Elliot, damaged or blown off by the away. We presume however they twill wonk for the past month. Nashville, Tenn., J. W. Hardy, Louisgive him as warm a 'welcome when been at If so, Powderly, Mr. recent hard winds? Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Fentress and ville, W. E. Frazee, he returns home as ever. little son Willie of Narrows were the Flemmlng, Rosine, Miss Stewart. you can't afford to leave it in Our motion to makie it unanimous guests of Mrs. Fentress' aunt Mrs. Arthis condition. Let us help For Sale. Jor O'Rear is about to be seconded thur Wilson from Wednesday until from all quarters of the state, so far Friday. Five-rooacres you replace it by giving you cottage with 6 at the Republicans are concerned. It Ky., Good outHundred Cases of Measles. of land, In Hartford, special values in our ly will soon be up to the Democrats to Two buildings and a well of never-fallin- g Join the O'Rear chorus and asslbt In Dr. J. S. Smith, of McIIenry, was water. Price $1,100. Rubber Roofing at $1.40 per making it unanimous In November. cottage in In the city yesterday afternoon and FOR SALE Five-roosquare, nails and cement inhe stated that there wctw more people Ky. Price $550. The efforts to draw senator Bradley sick at Mollenry and vicinity than Hartford, A. C. YEISER & CO., Agts., cluded. into a fight against O'Rear sterns ever known .before. He said that 32tt Hartford, Ky. to have failed utterly. .There will ho cathere had been over two hundred iio dissenting voice against O'Rear ses of measks there tills winter, and Circuit Court in Session. when the State Convention mcts-H- e that at least eight of every ten cases The regular April term of Ohio is the candidate of the people which developed later. It Is not unCircuit Court began horo Monday mor .and the tide Is absolutely, resistless. common for Dr. Smith to visit from Ing for a two weeks session, rwlth It doesn't do wry much good to twenty to thirty patients iwlth the Judge T. F. Blnkhead presiding. ComHARTFORD, KY. talk town improvements without (giv- measles In one day. monwealth Attorney B. D. Rlngo and ing Jnoouragenwnt to manufacturing County Attorney C'. E. Smith were Recital Program. ustabllshmtaits, which seek a location present, and Clerk E. G. Barrnss at In our midst. Hartford needs some At Wst Kentucky Seminary, Beav- his dosk, very badly. our er Dam, Friday evening April 21, by Will PETIT JURORS. .factories city dnds and tho citizens who 6wn Miss Anna Eliza Kouwn. E. P. Barnard, Sclota Hocker, J. land in and near Hartford give tho R. Addlngton, H. L. Brown, Albert Music (a) The Iast Smile, necessary encouragement? (ib) Dance De Concert, Bun Chinn, W. H. Pierce, F. M. Porter, J. H. Mllligan, Mark Renfrew, T. W. del Mrs. 0. L. Shultz. Notmlthstanding the numerous calls Recitation iA TcrrJble Raau Camp Bennett, L W. Bell, D. E. Ward. J. made by all tho country Democratic bell Brown. B. Renfrow, J. R. MIdklff, B. F. Calirss, as well as "tho Courier Journal, Recitation Diamond Cut Diamond, vert, Shelby Ford, J. H. Dotson, R. Tflmes and Lexington Herald, iMr. Mc- D. Banks, accompanist Mary C. Smith. E. XJreary has not yet como forward with GRAND JURORS. Stewart. bis ylatfonim. He is of the old school Music Hark, JIark, the Lark, IJlstz J. H. Maddox, Sy T. Barntt, Amber And doubtless clings to the samo'ldea Chick, J. D. Ralph, J. F. Hicks, W. Alice Keown. which originated with the late DaRecitation Kentucky Cinderella F. J. Taylor, A. G. Murphy, Birch Monvid B. Hill, of New York, that It was H. Smith. roe, R. P. Likens, James McShorry, iilatform enough to simply announco Mouth Sep Williams and Wim. Brown. S. Comedy Sketch Crocktd -i "X am a 'Democrat." T. Barnett was designated as fore Family, thero are a lot of folks who That Musics-f- a) Jeludo Opus 3 No. 2, man by the court and Amber Chick, pay double what they should ifor eye Since tho Ohio County Fiscal Court Wil(b Rachmaninoff, Whims, Robert was chosen as clerk and adjourned wJdences are multiplying to glasses, by thinking they lw,ve to liams as sheriff of .the grand Jury. go to a specialist to bo j&ow that Ohio County Is to have Schumumn. Mary Stewart. fitted right. Reel Uation Gypsy Flower Girl Kd After the usuAl instructions oy(the I know when a patient should go tbe most thorough road working this Attorney, suppleaccompanist Marw Stew- Commonwealth's .Hummer Wiwhich It has evw had In L. McDowell, to a specialist and toll hhn bo, for mented by tho court, tiho report of I history, and If the season proves art. K know I can't give him satMnretlon, Empire Drill E. A. Mlddleton, Tab the ivarlous aif!a Was heard, the which la suitable, the now syatwn will be thoto success, hut I Jury retired Uo ih-- j ffranu. rough? tried and we beleve that the leaux' symboUzIng Pyramid, Wheel, grand do know K your 'iiel of glaseea U Jury room. du-In DwmoKd, Ur$M, Grief, Ttirw Stars, roads of the county will to use only l can fit you as All tlie Com'th. cases on 11m first Thrtfe Triangles, Ladder, Steps, Death 4RJQB ivmuuuaMimi luey wwpfumsi' well 88 Mr. Specialist, at about halt Semlcfrcle. iMisi.es Anna Barnes, and second days docket were con- the imlce. Try In such cas.H Y Mpt ixassiblu all the y$uMiyaftvi, to Hilda. Bean, Ella McKenney, Nellie tinued for process vxotut thV fol- spend Oto I at hme. and uuplx? 6tievcn, Eunice lowing which woro stricken ottv Carrie The Louisville Herald 'wnet w lo l'luininer, you'll get it hack again. Com'th. ,vb. Owen Wells etal.PK-an- t MOtMi $200,000. in wtahlMtac.'A Re- - ShulUs, Addle Taylor,' Dauclo Taylor.-Mr- s, Walker, Herbert MeffordjBud accompanist. O. . imbltcan otwui la LouliHgI'hl is Cuester FVntrs, Taylor, MRS. MONROE 'iVncher, ArtfWf The Prosperous Jeweler and Optician. I aleady j&L necessary. The the dlcrald and with tfeere and aH tiw orgnm Tcfc Is a ncjpufollcan eiltto-r- . The JlcraW will We yet como out oa tho right aid Bittrcd nrtnrdlOR to taw at tt I'oMofflcc notlood oi a day last week dt Jwtferd, Kj an mall mntUr of. tb tecond fooblo defense of the. protective tariff system In. v.lw of thkj free list which tho Democrats propose to en M. BARNETT itdltort and freprlrtcn act. So wo still have gneat hctpts for J. NEY FOSTER CHRISTIAN CONVENTIIN CLOSED WEDNESDAY After Two Days Session Jerc bd - T ,.2. e, Watford, MiKtie Boswell, Dud iWiU-kc- r, R. P. Her, (2 eos.) The following cases were on motion of Com'th, Attorney, filed away with leave to reinstate on motion of Com'th. or County Attorney, viz: (2 Lusty Rogers, Com'th to. cases,) and Flelden Turner. Com'th. vs. H, K. James, charged with cutting In sudden huat and pasand sion verdict of Jury guilty, fined 450. Com'th vs. Jack Rains, verdict of Jury not guilty. Peyton Sullenger, vs. Com'th. rverdict of gambling, charged with jury guilty, and fined ?20. Peyton. Sullenger, vs. Com'th. charged with carrying concealud a deadly weapon, verdict of Jury not guilty. Com'th. vs. Warren Kelly, confessed guilt and fined $25 'and ten days In ;'MMM,,", MMMMMM,i ...WE MAKE... The Price The poultry business of this county having grown to such enormous proportions. We realized last season that in order to get the best results from its sale, some concern who had the ability to handle and the prestige and influence to get the best price must take a special interest in marketing the farmers' surplus. We believed that we were the concern who could do it. We believe we have 'fully demonstrated to the farmers that we have made a phenomenal success. Wednesday and Thursday, April 12 nTnd 13, we loaded two big cars and had one-- , half car still in our warehouses, waiting for another car to arrive. FARMER FRIENDS, this sounds like you are progressing. Let's start in now with a determination to produce more stuff along every line and remember that we love to work for you and that we are always at your service. This same prestige in connection with the almighty dollar gets the lowest price on the merchandise we sell. We make our price to everybody and that price is the lowest that is consistent with legitimate merchandising. Everybody is placed on an equal footing at this store whether we buy or whether We do the best we can for the Ave sell. farmer who wants to sell as well as the farmer who wants to buy. We can be of service to you. s ' 22,-94- 6. I E. J 4? ? P- - Barnes & Bros., t BEAVER DAM, KY. J Roofing! SPRING SUITS c 4? ti 4? ? ? ? ? ? m m 4? 4? 4? 4? 49 c i Bt, yETOffTft jWl4fc c3WFBmIB7 ol ti 4T 4? 4? 4? Hartford Grocery Co. 4f 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 49 49 49 49 49 49 e o Wol-lenhau- 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 4S to 49 49 44 49 S-- 49 49 49 4S 49 49 Don't delay getting that nsw 'Spring Suit, but como in and 6ee us and you will always be pleased with the suit you get here. " " Woad 49 49 49 """"" ' '' 4? 49 . Qentertown Mercantile IMCOMl-ORATKB '" fnw iin m (Do. $t J.B.TAPPAN, afVTVVVTVTTVVVVV9VTTyS z C1INTBRTOWN, KY. tfr-- t Our New Spring Suits s1w ''tirmili - SSi r s'ff. VKA&a "4 t Mr. L. M. SmH.li, of Rochester, who has been a subscriber to the Republican for twenty ihreo yearn, paid us a .pleasant call, Monday. a Dr. J. F.BarnhTlTandlTrrJ. It. were hero Monday of FordvlIle, attending Circuit Court. Air. Fuqua paid The Republican a pleasant call. OLD NBWSPU'ERSirwd up nlce-l- y In large bundle for sale at The Republican oCflae. Just the thing for Spring Cleaning and many other purposes, tt Tho Easter services attho Methodist church last Sunday were larg"ly at tended. Rev. Elgin delivered a splendid sermon, and the special miulc was enjoyod. Mr. M. W. Barnard and ton, Clarence, left Saturday afternoon for a prospecting trip through the West. Tha latter expects to stay In tho Wo&t Indefinitely, Mr. W. Fred Anderson left Mon day afternoon for Bowling Green, whero he will take special training Inn teaching, propartory to teaching In Hartford College this fall. Mr. Guy Forrester, llnotjpe operator for The Republican, returned Monday afternoon, ifrom Earllngtan, where he rvlslted his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Forrester. Easter Sunday was a record breaker for attendance at tire four Sunday Schools here. It Is estimated that about four hundred peopla attended Sunday School In Hartford that day. Several people In this city are HI with the measles. Among those sick are: Miss Fanne Whittinghlll, Mrs. R. E. Duke and littlu AIlss Vivian Taylor, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Taylor. Tfwo handsome presents, each val-usat $$6 will be given away absolutely free by the Ohio County Drug Co. Griffin's old stand. For every dollar's worth of goods bought you Fu-qued MELVIN GRANT SENT TO PENITENTIARY For Detaining Thirteen-Year'-Ol- I Gaining Daily! I d i Girl Jury Was out About Five Minutes. For the last ten days our Clothing Department has had a tasteful buyers are beginning to realize great rush. the importance of buying their Clothing at our store. Why? Because we handle exclusively STERLING BENCH TAILORED line, the line that outstrips all competition in price and quality. Every 3uit sold makes a permanent customer. Be wise and join the great crowd that buys our Sterling Suits; then you will be well dressed and happy. One entire room devoted exclusively to Men's wear. Two things always bear in mind when you start shopping-tr- ade at Headquarters and with a House That Saves You Money. Wide-awak- e, get a chanca S. 40tf. FAIR & CO. Hartford Republican. FRIDAY APRIL 21. IUInolaCentralRallroadTlme Table. At Beaver Dam Ky. Those who have enlisted in the U. Army at the recruiting Station at Beaver Dam In charge of Lieut. Trader, since our last Issue are. Oli ver Hill, of HopklnBvllle and George Klnby, of McHenry. . Mrs. John Klnc seriously iniured the first finger on her left hand Mon day while using her sewing machine tho needle going through her finger The wound Is quite painful, butflot ought to be serious. THE FAIR DEALERS. Floral design book of F. Walker and Co., of Louisville, and can furnish floral designs fox funerals and special occasions. E. T. WILLIAMS. you 'want a barrel of First class If 30tf Hartford, Ky. Flour see U. S. Carson. 3tf. 1 . T Mr. McDowell A. Fogle returned Tu AVe are headquarters for Seed Poesday to .resume his studies Jn the tatoes, prices the lowest. ' 36tf SGHROADER'S CASH GROCERY Law Department at Kentucky State University at Lexington, after spendTake your produce or all kinds to days with his iparents, "high- ing a ftiw Schroadcr's Grocery and get .the Judge and Mrs. J. E. Fogle. iprlces 3Ctf. ' -- -- est market for dt Dr. T. D. Renfrow, of Dundee, passed through hero Tuesday afternoon on the guest of Judge Wedding whlla Son Hi Bnnnd. his way to Liverraora, where ho will Ftorfli liouutt. attending the Convention. t 121 dnell.ftt a. m. io. No. 132 due .OS a m. Cheapest Place of Earth to buy locate permanently for the ipractice of 2:48 p.m. The No.ioidne No,12Mael2.28p.ii). dentistry. Dr. ReniJrow. is well No.lSl tforSWp. m all kinds of Seeds. Ko.lC!dQe::4Sp.m, known here and resided In this city COUNTY SUPPLY CO. for some time. Hartford, Ky. M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table 29tf An elegant Dinner Set Mr. D. B. Galloway, oFUlxie, Hen'Mr. R. E. Frazier of Poivderlywas The-OHI- I -- f derson county, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Barroeyjt for several days. Ir, O. Ks- Rowe, of Centerbown,' as acaeutea a position as oaroer mi 'Mr. J. W. Taylor's tonsorial parlor at his place. pring and Summer samples of Dross Goods, Ready Made Dresses, (Trimmings, etc., now on display. MRS. L. B. FOSTER. 3Stf Miss Arbye Blown, of Cemturtown, y Ky., will leave for Plk6vilt Mr. Vlck Stewart paid ius a call, where, she will visit her sister for a Monday morning. few wetiks. Ganbon typewriter paper for sale at Mr. Henry Gilffin, who lias hecn 111 34tf. Tho Republican office. for several mantlis, Is much worse Pure Underwood Lard. None bet- and is not exported to live but a 3&tf. ter. Call on U. S. Corsop. short time. Phillips was a plwas-a- nt Mr.- - MackNewniari, foreman In tho Airs. Amanda caller yesterday afternoon. Herald office, has returned from a Flowers and Flower Pots for sale by short visit with relatives at bis home at Mayfield, Ky. B. T. Williams, Hartford, Ky. 3Ctf. Mrs. H. "ETMlschke and son, Mas,wa Mew". G. W, Dajne, of NoCreek, ter Walter, returned Moaday from a caller at this office Saturday. Evansville, where they liad been visit. (Hon. M. L. Heavrln transacted busiing for a few days. ness in Contertown, Tuesday afterMr. James Wysong, of Sunnydale, noon. who has foeen ill for some time, Is Sirs. J. S. Glenn and Miss Annie ' Allen Elgin, wre calling in Beaver reported no better and he Is exported to die at any time. ', Dam, .Monday afternoon. vrc7LHw, route 3, and Capt. G. W. Feagan, of Hopklnsvllle A Messrs. daya looking . Win. Schroiader, of Olaton, were call- - Is In town "for a fow after tho Interests of the Loulavlllo ir at this office, Wednesday. and NaBhvlllo Railroad. Mlas Elena Smith, of MfldisonviHe, Among our ca)lers Moaday were 'xarrlvtiA Tuesday to Ibe the guest of Metws h. W, UunsaWer. of Wysox; har father, Prof. T. H. Smith. P. D. Tweddelf, of NoCreek and Thorn MhM ElimbUh Hunt, of Roohester, as Williams, route 4. wbo attended the Christian Mlsues Amy M. Longest and Vicof Miss Susie Wright. toria Clemen of Pawderly, wery the XjUomls J; A poet office ha bwo, established guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cooper at eunsiydale', and Mr. F. L. Sander- - white Attending the Christian Confur has tew. ajie4irtd as poet mas- - vention, Mrs. Maggie Griffin returned, Monday from a visit to relatives at Ow- DowgUw D. Felix returned Mon-, 7 Mr. by "."day to Lexington, Ur jen,dlne iEs- - i ensboro. She mis accompanied ke parent, Mr. and As.' Miss Mary.Craifi Bell, who .will tojritli, hi, -' tl an extended visit' lwre.''r' WiTFifiZTime table effective Sunday Dec. ,4th, contains the following schedules: No. 112 North Bound due 7:29 a. m. dolly except Sunday. No. 114 North Bound due 3; 40 p. m. daily except Sunday. No. 115 South Bound due S:D5 a. m. dally except Sunday. No. J13 South Bound 'due 1:4G p m. dally except Sunday. H. E. MISCHKE Agt, . to-daAl-- at Hartford, Ky. thuwt " WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY: Able- bodied unmarried men between ages of IS and 33; citizens of United States of good character and temperate hab its, who can speak read and write Miss Amy Longest and Miss Victo- the English language. For informaria limmons, of Powdorly, Ky., who tion apply to Recruiting Officer, Main are attending the Christian Conven- street, Beaver Dam, Ky. 2Stf. tion hero this wctek. Mrs. Fivd Cooper, city, 'and nephew, MasU-- r Lenloel Methodist Church. Trout, of Cromwell, and Miss Golda There will be-- regular syrvlcsat Cooper, city were pleasant callers at Goshen ohurch next Sunday. Preach Tho Rapuhlcani office Wednesday af ing by the pastor at 11 a. m. and ternoon. perhaps at night. Master Berry Dudley Walker, our The quarterly meeting for the Hart hustllngjfSaturday Evening Post iboy, ford charge will be held Saturday and Is now tho State Champion Post boy Sunday April 2U and 30. d'lwachlng In Kentucky, having made the best at 11a.m. by the presiding elder, both record for March In towns the sUe Saturday and Sunday Quarterly Conof Hartford. He has Tecelved as a ference, at 3, p. in. Saturday. prize $2.00. We are glad to see such Hogs For Sale. industrious boys in our town and hop , more Barry Dudley will win many Three Full Stock Poland China prizes. Boar Pigs, and Two Full Stock Poland China Sows. Ten dollars each FOR SALE Farm on Rough river, will buy the Boar Pigs. 5 mllos North of Hartford, Ky. This W. S, DEAN, farm contains 210 acres. Will sell Dundee, Ky. purchaser. Has 3Stf all or divide to suit seven-roodwelling in good repair, Attended Court This Week. flue barn, good orchard, plenty of Mr. John A. Logan, county attorwater1 and a fine lot of sawlog timney of Edmonson county and chair ber. Price 2,400. man of the Republican committee of A. C. YEISER, & CO. that county, has been attending court 32U! Hartford, Ky. herqthd week. Hois associated with The Baraca Class of the First Ba,p-tl- st Coh C. M. Barnott and G. B. Likens -t Ohurch entertained wlfih a In the dVfunse of Herman Youn for of P. Hall killing Capt. Bowie's. Mr. Logan in the Masonlc-K- . last Saturday welling. The banquet says everybody In his county Is for was the result of the recent contest JudgE. C. O'Rear for Governor. for membership between iwo divisions Entertained ot Beaver Dam. of bho class, the divisions being load On feat Saturday evening at eight by Dr. H. J. Bell and Mr. Emory G, Schroeter. The occasion was enjoy-abl- e o'clock, the Women's Club, of Beaver throughout and other than fcho. Dam, entertained with an elegant five course dinner, at the residence thtve eouFM. 'banquet to tho lxty-fiv- e young Mlis'.and gentlemen iprtwont of Mrsv;J. E. Williams. The dinner gaiK talks were eaterbaln-lu- g was served on small tables placed la twJmtmff the dining room and sitting room, , .r jiur-cha&- .s. m foan-qui- or a handsome Chamber Stt oaoh worth fC will be given away frca hy the Ohio County Drug Co. Save your tickets on small When you get a dollar's worth you get a guess fre at thes valuable iprlZts. Try your luck. 40tf. ce Intense excitement was created at Barrett's ferry and vicinity Tuesday morning ly nn attempt at crlmlnnl ai&aut on Miss Olivia Harrison, a white girl 13 years of age. The assault 'was committed by Melvln Grant a1' white man about 2f years of age, JThe victim of Grant's attempt at assault Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Harrison, a very prominent family, residing a mile and a half frjm Barrett's Ferry- - Monroe Harrison Is a nephew of County Judge Wedding and a member of thw County Board of Equalization. The family had snt the girl from her home to a store at Banrett's F ry to malui some small ipurchaises. About half way between hw home and tho store she was met by Grant. He drew a pistol on her and told her that she must submit or he would kill her. She was assaulted one tlm only and was released by Grant She went on to the town and one of the clerks noticed that she swemed to he suffering Intense pain. He asked her If she was sick, andr sha told him the story of the occurrence. ATJie news spread rapidly and a poese was formed to go In pursuit of Grant. It was learned that he had left Narrows on a raft and the posse gave chabe, overtaking the raft about a mile, below the town. Grant was arrested and rushed to Dundee, whero he' "was hurried to Hartford. The feeling was so high in the Barrett's Ferry community that it was the quick work only that saved his life. Little is known of Grant at Bar rett's Ferrj. ns he only recently went BarrKt's there from Shreve, Ky. Ferry is a station on the Illinois Central railroad and on Rough river. LATER DEVELOPMENTS. Olivia Harrison was brought to Hart ford by her irarentB Wednesday afternoon, gave her tetismony to thr grand Jury, and also Identified the iprlson-- r In the Ohio county Jail. The testimony that the staious charge of rape had not been committed, and that Grant was only guilty of the charge ef d 'tattling a female against hei wJl. The grand Jury returned an Indictment in accordance wish the testimony yesterday morning, and the prisoner was arraigned within two He informed the hours afterward. court that he had no attorneys and was unable to employ counsel, whereupon the Court appointed Attorneys John B. Wilson, F. L. Felix and C. him. The M, Barnott to represent case was passed until the afternoon ajfesion of oour.t when the plea of guilty was wntfcred and4he Jury within five minutes rctuttid the verdict at of guilt and fixed tho punlshnv-w- t confinement In the penitentiary frjm two to sewn years, which is the moat that could be done fcr sutfh an offense undwr tlie present State law. Shtriff Black left last night (with Grant for the Eddyvills ponlt-ntiar- j. r-- .'' ' H Xf.;i:::::::.:."'.v 5v N I '&7::.. n!'' (HR I Crossctt I the first and AbbottShoes. People I sale, to talked I are at our best customers andinto their I send I friends to for shoes. Yet some I I shoes before several have to I I out that it pays to I ::::::: I Are who had be a now us buy people bad find- - ing SATISFACTION s &i&yl'(iK' fS-Ji-V G5 ?3 C3 CD i THOMAS MONUMENTAL WORKS HARTFORD, KY. and Miss BIrchk Ui"h. Thoio lnut-e- d were Miss Lillian Utr, .Mla Amu Mls Mary Stewart, Eliza Ko-unProf, and uMis. 0. L. Shultz, Dr. Fle-n- r, Praf. Fried Shultz, Messrs ilar-r- y Manroi, Charllo Ticlwnor, J. K. Williams, Herbert Rummage, Claudo MeKenney Ii. C. Barns, Frank Barnes, Clifford Taylor, Bnn&t Ta'-lo- r, Clifford Maddox am! Z. W. Mttcli-el- i. Miss Anna Barnts, Hili'n lUane, Ella McKenny, and Jessie C'liainmi, assisted In oad - buaclHa of violets, tho club flower, being us-'to decorate tho ,tabU-s- . were tiny cardTie place-canboard rohl's; the favors, daln y whlt-- i and gold vaiyes, maiie frm In which were placed Knall knots of vlol-t- s tkd with white ribiUm. The iuonu was, I'unch. Fruit Saratoga Potatoes, Fried Halibut, Southern Muffins, CcCfet Tomatoes, Lettuce, French Drst.lng. Angel Food Cake. Brick Cream, The cream was white with a violet Easter egg In the oeMer and the cak was iced in violet and whin. After the dinner was krved, tho guests were entertain! with some very amusing puzzles, chief of wh!h was an extremely unlquo resume of the work of tho club, containing blankB to be fllUd out with the names of popular periodicals. The Club members present were Mrs. Harry Monroe, Mrs. Charllo Tichenor, Ira. Herbert Mrs. J, B, Williams, Rummage, Miss Grace Williams, 'Miss Isabel Beane, Misa Dena Woodward, Irving. Marriage License. Dabny, T. L. S. Rains. 20, to Fronlo 16, .both of Horton.Ky. B. A. Mndeii, 28, to Gioi-gja 'Xllen, 17, both of rxmt 1, Hrtrtford. Births. Mr. mid Mrs. OlUo D. Stone,' East " Hartford a hoy, April Mr, and Mrs. Lon Stevens East Hartford, n girl April 13. Mr. and Mrs." Herbert BMfShbwu, -- '"t Be'da, a girl, April It 'i too lu Me sob, Kw ''fr'frfr' KENTUCKY (INCORPORATED) MCHENRY. vicinity is tvery good with, t&a estlon. of April 11. A Reliable RMMdv Health in tM FOU Directory Ofele .a etjmml. ?aoixssr.oxjL& It THE Light and Power Co. WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE HT COST. 2 measlcA . Agnes Mrs. Una Dennis nHd Tnte of Cool Springs Sjlhrfrorhcod were lri tqwni Thunsday. Mrs. Martha Pholps, Mm. W. J. GroAvbarger Mr. Ooorgo GroVvbarger, Mr. and Mrs. Densla Swala iweno the guests of Mrs. Ida Browm Sunday. Mrs. Martha Mnddox of 'this place, died last Friday at 1 ji. m., she is survived by a husband and two small children. She was buried at the Chap CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm Rthel al Once. cleanses, soothes, lienls and protects HBlililBlHLiHH the diseased mem brane roftultlng from Catarrh and drives away n Cold in the Head quickly. Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. Full ize GO cts. at Druggists or by mail. Liquid Orcnm Balm for use in atomizers 75 cts. CO 'Warren 8treet, New York. Ely Brothers, Cite It (Jukklr arbel. It man graveyard n'ear Simmons. ' Mr. and Mrs. Densla Swain tind Miss Audra Grawbarger visited relaHEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME Saturday night and tives at Rock-porSunday. HOUSE SHOULD OR BUSINESS Mr. Stanford Dunn who has been visiting relatives in this place returnTHEM, WHEN IN BE "WITHOUT , ed home Saturday. Miss Trone Jones of Bdaver Dam REACH. was the guest of Miss Aninie Espey Sunday. Mrs. Una McConnell and llttlo son Mrs. S. E. Brown MonCarl visit-faday. Mr diaries Mulligan received a few slight Injuries, while working In the '' Mines one day last week, from a shot going off unexpectedly, Wilson of Cool iMr. Claybounne 343.00 dff FAIRVIEW. Springs neighborhood twos In town Berkley, Henry, Election House April 11. airs. T. J. Acton, return2.00 Thursday. year 1910 ed, Ihome Monday after a weeks visit Mr. Charlie Cargaf has taken charge Bennett, Rev. R. D Preaching jwitii her parents at Bahols, Ky. store. 2.00 of the Alms House Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mitchell and Mr. Bob Her and Mr. Tom Beasley Blnkhead, E. E. Pauper Coflittle daughter Mary Louies, of Cenlar 15.50 were In town last week looking fox Grove, visited Mr. and Mrs. Alec Bos-we- ll fins, &c 26.07 a location for a pool parlor and cold Lumber Bean Bros, Friday night. drink stand. Stock InspecMr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller and Bennett, L. D., Live 22.00 A game of baseball wias (played here tor of Roslne, visited children, 4hx Sunday between the first and second Barnhill, Dr. J. E., Post Mortem Mr. and Mrs. C. C. White Saturday 5.00 nine of .this place, scores from four examination Dave Duggin.. might. to six in favor of first nine. Growder, H. T., Semioes as Alms Mr. C. S. Moxley, Shreve, visited Mr A stork visited the home of Mrs. 375.58 House Commissioner C. C. White, Friday. Marion Maddox and Mms. Tom Jones Cooper & Co., Conveying F. C. to Mrs. bottle White, Is on the sick 3.00 last week leaving a fine .boy for each. Alms House JJfct. Miss Edith Deno who has measles Chamborlln, B. S., Services as Mr. J. C. Thomas Is able to bo 3.00 Is better at this writing. commissioner uj again, alter a severe attack of 12.00 Same, per diem flux. Notice. Copage, Willis Posts for jail hun-idTMrs J. R. Wilson, sold eleven i.CO having claims against the Anyone esss in March, who can beat lot 12.00 estate of Thomas Maddox, deceased, Cook, Mack per diem .that? Money loaned should file same with me, property Mrs. Nannie Thomas is on' the sick Davenjiort, A. J., 700.00 proven, on or before .May I, 1911, or Ohio County 6.00 they will be forever barred. on road A number of relatives and intimate Duncan, Wash, work A. M. SMITH, Admr. of Mrs Ella Nelghlrors, gave! Felix, Bernard Assessing ibanks of irtends 50.0C McHenry Ky. Ohio County er ber a delightful surprise birthday 4.50 SumUay April D at her home near Glllin, M. E. Team on road Do Ghosts HauntSwamps. Mr. Griffin, Mrs. T. L., (Money loaned .Olaton. Tlhoso present .wore: 660.00 No, never. Its foolish to ftnr a Ohio County mad Mrs. N. B. White and children on road 3.00 fancied evil, when there are real and n, Hammons, A. P., .teaim Mr. and Mrs. C. C. White and deadly perils to guard against in Jasper Peters, Hartford iMlll Co., Lumber for Mr. and Mrs. 244.40 swamps and marshes, bayous, and low Mr. and Mrs. Henry Owens, Mr. and Alms House 21.86 lands. These are the malaria germs jail Mrs. C. W. Cannon and 'little son, Same Lumiber for 1.25 that cause ague, chills and fevier, weak Mr. and Mrs. Martin Neighbors and Same, Glass for Alms House.. Hartford Republican, printing 47.90 ness, aches in the bones and muscles daughter, Miss Majimee; Mr. and Mrs. and may induce deadly typhoid But Ed Berkley and little son, Mr. and Same, Printing delinquent tax cno Electric Bitters destroys an casts list 1910 Mrs. John Neighbors and children, Money loaned out 'these vicious genua Sfrarii&'the MFMr. and Mrs. J. W. Hurt and Hunsaker, L. W 200.00 blood. Ohio County "Three bottles drove all! the little son, Mr. and Mrs. James Duke malaria from my system," wrote AVm. .children, Mr. and Dire, B. B. Wil- Henderson, A., holding inquest and 6.00 Fretwell, of Lucama, N. C. "and I've son, Messrs, Steven Daniel, Clarence over Dajvet Duggin had fine health ever since." Use this Allison Neighbors. There International Harvester Company Smith and of America, Gasoline Engine 290.00 safe, sure remedy only 50c at all drugMay Mrs. were fifty one present. Enm gists, XJAgtiborB live to enjoy many more Same, Final payment of 1,110.00 'iappy iblrthdays Is the wish of all gine Memphis Lady Writes. Jackson, F. T., Money loaned present. 200.00 mm Ohio County Memphis, Tenn. Mrs. Emma D. 12,00 Jackson, J. C. per diem Notice of Dissolution. Looney, of Memphis, writes: "I sufjailhereby given that the Midklff, W. P., services as Notice is fered misery for nearly eight years. 186.50 er Ohio County land & Mining Oom- Since taking Cardui, I am much, stron 4.50 closing its business and Mldkiff, Walter, team on roaid qxavy is now er, and I haven't missed a single meal Alney Ford, winding up its affairs for the irar- - Miles, J. H., Agt. for I hardly know haw to express my 522.50 (money loaned Ohio County pose of terminating its existence. gra.tv.ude." Don't worry about your Alney, Fond, Money loaned Ohio symptoms Cardui goes deeper dawn. All persons having any claims or ; 522.G0 County demands against said Corporation are What you need is strength. Strength Collecting school requested to present the same imme-ddate- Martin, R. B., will enable you to throw off female 3GS.5r tax troubles and will prevent ithe headach at the office of said Company Miles, year 1909 J. at Louisville, Jefferson County, Ken- sioner II., services as commis- 9.00 backache, dlztiness and other syinptor tucky that you now suffer from. Cardui 12.00 per diem 9 helps you get it. OHIO COUNTY LAND & MINING CO., Same 12.00 Miles, C. Vs, per diem By F. M. SACKETT, Sec'y. 39U Ohio County Supply Co., Mdse. 34.90 for Ohio County Electric Lighted Pencils. electrically lighted ipencil for Powers, E. R., team on road.. 3.00 An jersonfl who sonK'tmes have to write Pcndlleton, Dr. E. B., Medical ser- 10.00 vice at Alms House In the dark is one of the latest novPaitton, J. L., per diem .... 12.00 elties in 'writing Implements. The bolttyr of the lead is provided Russell, N. M., learn on roaid 1.50 with a source of electric sup.ply and Sanders, Thomas, Services as 3.00 a tiny bulb which throws a circlu of Commissioner 12.00 .light on the .paper around the point. Same, p.r diem A family can suffer no greater J. A. Warning hands The pencil is adapted for the use Stem-artaffliction than to have a child sub1.00 ;... to work road of phyalcians, newspaper men and ject to fits or epilepty.. Many a and for workers in other Smith, Wlnson, Pauper coffin, 5.00 father or mother would give their branches of industry who find it at Southern National Bank, Money loaned Ohio County .. 2500.00 all to restore such a child to health. times necessary to make notes while "I am heartily (14 to tell you of 12.00 our little boy who wa completely on the street at night or in dankeri-e- d Scott, O. E per diem cured of fits. He commenced bavTlnsley, W. S., per dlom .... 12.00 rooms. in); them at 10 years of age and had Same, services as C. O. C. C. 108.08 them for four yean. I tried three doctor and one specialist but all of S. J., pauper coffin for You a Woman? Are Tichenor, them said he could not be cured, 8.00 Mx, Morgan but Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine BaJtlmore, Md. Mrs. W. II. Ison, at and and Liver Pills pauper coffin J. A. Oramgs's 1419 Baab Madison street writes, "For Same, made a complete ewe. He is now 8.00 daughter .., hale, hearty and gay. It has beta 4ivenal years, I suffered, off and on. Whltfehouse, three years since he had the last spell. J. T Election -torn womanly troubles, until finally jxar 1910 MaganNo. 5 houso 2.00 I shall Give Dr. Miles medicines po. are at 1 was taken1 down and could do nobh-4g- g. firaltc wnertver I letter You vou see 1, W. S. Tlnstey, Clerk of the Ohio to use this as The pains I exterJenccd, 1 shall County fit and anr.ae writing to me 1 will Court, do certify tlilat the -aaiy answer iny eu close stasap Dever forget. I lostf, weight until 1 T foregoing ds a true and correct list of Mfr.yM. DOOUE, only ekln and bones. I believe Windfall, lcL my grave if I had not all claims allowid at the regular Aipril J would be in term, of the Ohio County Fiscal Court Dr. MiW Nvrvin ttitd Cardui." Are you like Mrs. Ison Given under my haukl this Aipril is just what it is represented to be, mak and dtecourogod, because of 11th 1911. a medicine corapoisaded especially painful ailment? Cardui will 0S6 for nervous disease, such fits, jbk you. Try It today. Any drug-jHe- t. By C. O.W. S. TINSLEY, Olerk. HUNTER, D. C. spasms, St. Vitus' dance, convulwill bo glad to sell you a m n..i sions and epilepsy. These diseast iD-frequently lead te iasanity or cause weak minds. Dr. Miles' Nervine List of Claims Allowed. has proven most elective in relieviallowed at the negular April GUieaa 7er JjAbU aad CkiUrM. ng; these dreaded maladies. ',,' jUna, of the Ohio County Fiscal Court TM KM Yn IUvi Ahvtp Sold by all rugale4. If the flrrt' kettle HWrwrir. R. H., team on road.. $1.50 falls to benefit your money Is returnee. Jgraard, & Co., Mdse for Alms tfea Bears MII.IS MEDICAL CO., Rlkhert,fleV 42.16 ;.. Koaw lgtareof sW JttMk T 1J7 services u Shw- - ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, t J EG. BARRASS. Manager. HAllTFORD, - KY. practice his profession In Ohl Succeed when everything else fails. JUSTICES' COURTS. and adjoining counties and In the Court In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme B. S. Charnberlnin, Hartford, Tuesday of Appeals. Criminal practice and Col. after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday af- lections a Specialty. Office in the Herremedy, as thousands have testified. ter 3rd Monday in June, Tuesday after ald building. FOR KIDNEYJ.IVERAND 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December. STOMACH TROUBLE O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afto It Is' the best medicine ever cold 3rd Monday in March, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in Junt", Wednesday after over a druggist's counter. YANOYL.MOSLEY, 3rd Monday in September, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in December. John II. Miles. Hocknort. Friday nftnr 3rd Monday in March, Friday after 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd HABTFORD, - KY. Monday in September, Friday after 3rd Aionaay in uecemrjer. Will practice his profession In all ths'-J. C. Jnckeon. Centertown. Saturday Buckbee'i "Full ol Life" Northern Grow Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of 38 years ot after 3rd Monday in March, Saturday af Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, successful seed growing behind tbem. It pays to ter 3rd Monday in June, Saturday after and In the Court of Appeals. Also No plant the best. 3rd Monday in September, Saturday af- tary Public. Office over First Nallonsd Seasonable Specialties: ter 3rd Monday in December. M. C. Cook, Renfrow, Tuseday after uanic BBAINS J3.50 Bushel Earliest Red Valentine . 2nd Monday in February, Tuesday after I Refugee Extra Earlv S3.25 Bushel 2nd Monday in May, Tuesday after 3rd J1.70 Bushel New Stringless Green Pod Monday in August, Tuesday after 2nd waruweu s wax JOHN Will Electric Bitters SEEDS H-- 0, M, BSRKCTT 0. K. Suits Circuit Coirt T. F. Blrkhead, Judge; Ben D. Ringo, Attorney! W. r. MMklff, BARNETT SMITH, FeJailer! B. Q. Barras, Clerkr F. lix, Master Commlalonerj It. T. Collin. Trustee Jury Fundi T. II. Illack, gher-If- fi Hartford. Deputle-- S. O. Keown an Lon Back. Court convenes first Mon1IARTFORD, - KY. day In February and continues three April, two weeks weeks; third Mrfnday in Will practice their profession in all th second Monday In June, three weeks; courts of Ohio and adjoining eoir third Monday in October two weeks. ties and Court of Appeals. Sp' it atIt. Wedding, Judgof tention given to all busine County Court.-- R. euthtete4 Atto their care. Collections aha the Prao- - - v W. 8. Tlnsley, Clerk, C. K. Smith, torney, Hartford. Court convenes first tlce of Criminal and Real Estate Law JL Specialties. Office In Republican build Monday in each month. Quarterly Quarterly Court Begins on log. the fourth Monday In February, May, I August and November. day in Januury and rst Tuesday in Cvia.ty l. Attorneys at Law, - Other County Offlcurt-- C. surveyor, orasvine, " No. 2; Bernard Felix .Assessor, HartKy., It. F, D. No. 2; Henry Leach, ford, Dr. A. B. Superintendent, Hartford; illiey, Coroner, Hartford. , S. Moxfley. Jt. . Attorney at Law, FRANK L.FELIX, Attorney at Law 1 id ed din--ss- chll-sdre- Monday in November. Thomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday after the second Monday in February, Wednesday after 2nd Monday in May, PEAS. . Jj.50 Bushel Extra Early Alaska . Wednesday after 3rd Monday in August, New Early Gradus 15.50 Bushel Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Novera- llorf ford's Market Garden . J350 Bushel Buckbee's Lightning Express jjoo Bushel C. V. Miles, Fordsville, Lettuce, Radish, Tomato and a full line of 2nd Monday in February, Thursday after Thursday Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. 2nd Monday In May, Thursday after after Send for complete catalogue or submit a list of 3rd Monday In August, Thursday after your requirements and wlllquote prices 2nd Monday in November. Buy direct from the grower Save Money. ntJ' J pattont Ralph, Friday after 2nd Write today. Mention this paper. Monday in February, Friday 2nd Monday in May, Friday nfter afterMon-d- y 3rd ,'n August, Friday after 2nd Mon1368BckbeeSt., Scctford See. Farms. Rotittti.U. day in November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe, Judge; G. B. Likens.CIty Attorney; Sam Riley. Marshal: Court convenes second Monday in each month. H- - WUliams. Mayor; ,V.nc11- -nC,iy wemDrs of Council, T. R. J3ar-2,a- r' nSrrt t. J- - Bean, W. TayJr. W. E. Ellis,' E. P. M. Fair. Pen Moore. w c5004.iTr,ustei?J' s- - Glenn.JLchairman; ley' ec"tary, c. Barnett. Crowe and Dr. E. B. Pendleton. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. B. Church South-Servi- ces monrlng evening every third day in each month. first and School SunSunday 9:45 . . . icc.jhk every weanes-.Sy.'.?WE DO VlrE Elgin K?v oervicea every Sunday School Sra2nBMl!"-..A"" . ".ceiing every weu- evenlnff- ev. 3. w. Bruner. 94.50 ou&nci J4.75 Bushel imp. itiancy Davi New White Wax . . Carrie's Rust Proof Wax . B. WILSON CIIA8. M.CROWB Bushel .... WILSON & CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD, - KY. H. W. BUCKBEE Will practdoe their profession, la aH the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections. Offfoa on Main St., opposite Court House, TRY THE J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. All REPUBLICAN cm Ohio County JOB WORK 5 Matters Given Prompt AttenPENSION AFFIDAVITS A THE SATISFACTORY KIND -- S!y School "" .'"'" j, tion. 1- SPECIALTY. OTTO 0. WAIITIN S. P. McKE.NNE SiSlfiv'S? 2:30 C.hurcli-Servl- ces every fourth p. m. Elder W. B. Wright Martin & McKenney. Hartford, Ky. w ,$ipgK In The Contemplation of Beauty there is no charm that a woman la prouder of than a pretty set of teeth Beauties who lack this essential and wlhoso -- ly front teeth, are a dilsflgmre-miem- t, D-1- "Dr. Miles' Nervine Completely Cured Our Little Boy of Fits." have bridge work Inserted, as It cannot be distinguished from tlw We are experts In natural teoth. crown and bridge work, (gold Inlays and plate work. Written guarantee on all wank. Satisfaction in overy particular. DR. H. J. BELL, DENTIST, Office in Republican BIdg. nCM,Ph.'irchServIc8 flrst Sunday in at U a. m. and 7 p. m Sunday Scool 9:45. ' SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodge No. CT5. F. & A. meeta first and third Monday night M.. in each month. Owen Hunter, W. M, L. P. Foreman Secretarj'. Keystone Chapter No. 110, meets every third Saturday R. A. Min night fgt01"?0,1111?- - Jhn T- oore High Priest; y Tlnsley, Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. 84, O. meets second and fourth Monday E. S.. even- Anrson, W.M. Miss t.i8.-..,8- Secretary. Rough River Lodge No. 110, Knights of Pythias, meets every Tuesday night. Ji 5 & S. TaPPn. C. C, J. Ney Foster, K. Of R. Hartford Tent No. 89, K. O. T. M., meeta every first and third Thursday night R. D. Walker. Commander: L. P.' Foreman. Record Keeper. Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M meets every first and third Friday night In each month. Mrs. Attye Qrlffln.Lady Commander: Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Carpenters and Joiners local No. 18S1, meets 1st Saturday night in each month. Noah Skaggs. Pres.; W. D. Luce, Sec- Acme Lodge No. 339. I. O. O. F., meeta second and fourth Friday night in each month. W. It. Hedrick Noble Grand C. M. Barnett Secretary. Ohio Tribe No. 188, Imp. Order Red Men, meets second and fourth Wednesday night in each month. James C. Bennett, Sachem. A. E. Pate, Chief of Records. , Hartford Camp, w. O. W. No. 202 Con- 5H1 om.manUer' Thomas Williams; Cleric. W. C, Wallace. Preston Moiton Post No. 4, G. A. R., holds regular meetings Saturday beforo the first Monday In each month. Ash-pr- d Mills, Commander; J. M. Rogers, Aujt A. S. General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. And TRADC.M1RKS tiramDtlT obtAlntri In UountrlM,oriwfMk We otuuo PATENTS THAT PA1 ndTfrtie thm thorousMy, at our ipeoM. &ait uelp you touicceM. Send rrodel. photo cr kctct for FREE report on pUenUbilitx. M jeui prmrtlc. RZFEriENCCa. FortrMGoM Book on ritnu writ to B03-S0- WASHINGTON. Street. D. C. S Seventh KILL the COUGH AND CURE the LUNGS of E. Both Phonc Hartford, Ky. , SEEDS WOMB'S S66BS SUCCOD I rttaS 11 i Tarmis. mim. in ftt;tirtMH i aniAnoia iriAAidmi HUAsuniBur iv Wri4 tedy; Mention tkh Ptfitr BnMC t buulo you out Demuaeni customer. Prirf rnllrrtlASl suk,jt4rtilestUt.l Ibm. It klfiril TtMslHM. I SPECIALOFFER: win MM H.w BuUw, Atrial S. D. Kump. Indianapolis. Ind. State Officers: H. M. Froman, Carroll county, Pres. T. T. Barrett, Henderson county Vice President. S. B, Robertson, McLean county. Sec.. Treos. 0. P. Roomer, Warren county, State Organizer. C. C. Allen, Henry county, and Lat-tl- e Graves, Allen county, Assistant state er National Officers: President-- M. F. Sharp. Narrows, Ky. Vice President J. M. Woods. Secretary-Treasur- Dr. King's New Discovery WITH Mo ioa TrM Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUN6 TROUBLES. mCSESl" PBICE 4 I 1. QTJAKANTKBD S ATISFAOIOKYl OS JtOWIY SSfUKDSO. Tajia r i VOiMCtwa rfWrfsAWNANsAANASV SEND IO CENTS MjtUI kB4 f4klB ttMlN ftkU sUksl ac ! m wriHf win VsUl mw organizers. Board of Directors. Ben Watson, Warren county; C. M. Barnett, Ohio county; A. H. Brooks, Bracken county; R. E. I. Ray, Hardin county, and J. F. Doss, Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officers: B. L. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Pam.Ky. Henry Plrtle. Sec. Hartford. Ky, D. Ford, Treas., Hartford. Ky. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford.Ky. 1. L. B. Tichenor, Hartford, R. F. D. No, 6. 3. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. a. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. 4. B. L. Alford. White Run, Ky. G. Richard Plumer, Taylor Mines.Ky. t. J. L. Brown, ltockport, Ky. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned i Pressed Dye- kM,W.WH,aRl. 311 vu Jan y 'iiZii u oSflMiOimh (AVt dCe. 16 CASTOR I A (Z&flg WT&eewvi&if gssjp:y'estrffrsi0 v fnessj7KfttftfS(rmfi0i ?4l0&Z 7ety&Av ftaAA cejohr Si0sifiana ''pQSrCWS' tPtlNTIFUL ,. NUlttr, mCFMW&i . A h.M ljuvij) 0nWj GY,Jiy; . special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. ' ' ' Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing BHIf Y. M. C. A. ing neatly done. Ladies work given Repairing and t SLDQ., HARTFORD, KY. 1 m .f 1 j, Mi'--k- aa jAgsjfey.. v fr Kit's W Spit, Quit, Fit ,. (Misses .Flora Ashford and irtaidora Loach, of CrorrtvMoll vis- Edi wards wont to Roslne, Sunday, HIncs, Ala. In a letter from this ited Messrs Ell and Buel' Davis SatMr. and Mrs. L. P. Dabniay, spent place, Mrs. Eula Mao Bradley eays: urday might Saturday night and "Sunday with their "I used to spit up all I cat. Iwas Farmers are very busy fixing ground mother, Mrs. Ashtord. tired and sleepy nil the time. My and planting corn. Mrs. Annie Porter is vilsltlng her head ached, and I could hardly drag mother Mrs. C A. Bryant this week. around. Slcno taking Cardui, this has Averts Awful Tragedy. Miss Frona Daibney wont to Hart- entirely quit, and now 1 feel qulto fit Timely advilce given Mrs. C. ford Mrs. Bradley suffered from nenvous of Marengo, Wis., (R. No. Mr. Delbomt Allen was in .this com- Indigestion. Cardul builds up the 1) prevented a dreadful .tragedy and munity nervous system, and strengthens the saved two lives. Doctors had said her iMoafca Hurt, of Roslne, was here womanly constitution. That's why frightful oough was a "consumption" Saturady night arid Sunday. Cardui helped Mrs. Bradley and why cough and could do little to help Mr. Melvln Stewart was In this com It will help you. Try It her. After many remedies failed, her munlty buying chickens. aunt urged her to .take Dr. King's Mr. C. A. (Bryant and Mr. Bonnie He is Risen. Now Discovery. "I have ibeen using It Dalmey made a flying trip to Hart Sweet the chime the .bells are ringing for some time, she wrote "and the ford Sweet the carol the angels singing; dntful cough 'has almost gone. It also Several attended church meeting Sat "Risen Is our Lord most glorious, saved my T Rev. B. P. Jenkins of Qwenaboro, a severe little boy when taken "with urday evening at Bethel. Over sin and death victorious." bronchial trouble." This Sunday School will be organized at t filled his regular appointment at matchless machine has no equal for Bethel Church Sunday morning at He is. risen tell the story . West Providence Saturday and Sun- Wafted from Ms throne of 'glory; day. He was the guest of the faiml-lll- throat and lung jtrouhlesv Prloe GOc 9 o'cock. Everybody is Invited to . and Trial .bottle free. Guaran From the bonds of death sat free .of J. T. Hocker and J. V. Ixniey. teed by all druggists. m 0;, grave, where Is thy victory?" Sunday Sohool has Ibean Trustee's Sale. at this place Mr. J. iM. Blsliap, Angels, strike your harps of glory; Narrows Baptist Church. Saperlntondenit, In the District Court of the United uvaLt, ye winas, une joyrui story. 'Null, of Island, Sunday School at .this place is pro- States for the Western district of While with happy Mr. and Mrs. voice we sing, Igle-hea- rt Kentucky, Owensbora division. Ky., ivialted Mr. and Mrs. W. I. gressing nicely. Our (present enrollPraises to our risen King, Er. ' ' In the matter of Faught & Rowe, of this place recently. ment is 104 members, with an aver- .. mim bankrupts, Miss Gola Cecil of East Hartford, ago of 50 ;members present ach It Will Pay You to Attend the spent last wak with Miss .Medk Hock As trustee of the above estate, I Smith Influential College in er. We have organized a teachers meet- will on Tuwsday, May the lGth, 1911, Miss Lottie Kuykaridall of West ing at this church which we find is at 2:30 p. m on the 'premises lately Famous Lexington, Ky. occupied by said ibaalarupts in CenThe Wilbur Smith Business ColPoint iwas the guest of her cousin, a great 'baniafiit to all. Sunday afternoon, April 30th, there tertown, Ohio County, Kentucky sell lege, Lexington, Ky., has backing It Miss Mnggte Tiohenor last week. Mr. end Mrs. Maiden Benton, of will be a Mission Rally here, with to the highest and best bidders, the a flno record ot 33 years and over 10,000 successful graduates, is dnoorpo-rate- d Centertown, spent Wednesday night same good lntertalnment. We are following described property. One lot In Centertown, Kentucky be by .bankers, merchants and of last week . with Air. and Mrs. J. expecting to hav a grand success of !V. Rowe, of this place. If you wish a course of Bookit Everybody Is Invited to come and ginning at a stake corner to H. B. Faught's lot; thence with said lot keeping, Shorthand, Typewriting or Miss iMyrtla Park has returned to take paolt 200 foet South to a stake In L. C. Telegraphy, write for a 72ipago cataher home hem after spending a few If you have trouble In getting rid Morton's line; thence rwlth L. C. Mor- logue free, Including letters from repL. G. days with her aunt Mrs. Evorly "who is quite ill at her home of your cold you may know that you ton's line 130 feet east to a stone; resentatives of hundreds at graduates are not treating it properly. There thenoewlth said Morton's line 100 Wilbur R. Smith, Lexington Ky. In Roikpont, visited his Is no reason why a cold, should hang feet North to a stake; thence North Hacker Mr. Barney grandmother Mrs. Rhoads nearDrakes-boro- , on for weeks and it .will not If you 100 feet to a stake In side of Center- take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. town and Hartford Toad; thence East recently.' m &nvey- 155 feet to the 'beginning. 5 Miss JIattle Maddox of Centertown, For sale by all druggists. ed to S. W. Rowe .by L. C. Morton, was the guest of Miss Llvia McKer-maDeed Book 29, January 13, 1899. Sun'day. Sheriff's Sale. page G40. gone to iMlss Sadie Hocker has W. H. & J. F. GILLESPIE By virtue of execution Number 322, 2. Beginning at a stone In L. C. Rockport. Ind., where she will again directed to me from the Ohio Circuit Mortan's line; thence with his line Proprietors Jki engaged In Millinery. Court Clerk's office In favor of the 'Misses PeaTl , Tlchenor and IMra McCormick Harvesting Machine Co., 100 feet to a stone; thence East 75 stonie; thence North 100 feet Haul, of Cententawn, attended church against R. BI. Uaadrum and S. feet to a to a stone; thence 'West 75 feet to here 'Sunday. I. .. Londrum. I or one of my LACKSMITHING begnlnlng.- - Conveyed to S. W. " Mr. li.' P. 1onoy of Owensboxo, deputies offer will at ' public fthe by L. C. Morton, January 13, spent' Saturday night with the fami outcry at the Court House door In Rowe ly of Mr. Alney Tiohenor. He returned Hartford, Ky., between tthe hours of 1899. As shown by deed of racord home Sunday being accompanied by 1 and 4 o'clock a?, m. the following des In Ohio County Clerk's office, deed AND REPAIR WORK book 29 page 640. Master Powell Tichonor. crlbed land, or so much thereof to Tie above described lots will be Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Ashlby and chll-dre- inake Plaintiff's debt. Interest and cost ,, sold separately and then as avwhole George and Otis visited and levied on as the property otR. M. The method by which the most, mon recently, the guests of Mrs. Laadrum and S. I. Landrum.to-wl- t: ey Is realized will be accepted. Ashby's brother Mr. M, G. Snell and The west half of a parcel of land I will also offer the following desfamdiy CounIn the town of Rockport, Ohio Gray of Hartford, Vial-te- d ty, Kentucky, known as lot No. 105 cribed propetry for sale: Mrs. Dorcas A lot in Centertown, Ohio County, her sister, Mrs. Leslie Rowe Sun- on town plot, and bounded as folKentucky on the corner of Fourth and day and attended clruroh here. lows: Gum Streets, fronting 150 feet on iMr. J. N. Crowder, who has Just Beginning at the Southwest corner Fourth Street and 150 foet on Gum three-yeenlistment In the of said lot on Church Street and .served a U. S. Anmy stationed at Fori Russell, Bluff Street; thence E, 10 N. 80 feet Street, and bslng the same conveyed, "Wyoming hasreturne dhome. He .was to a stake on Church Stroat; thence to U. S. Faught by J. L. Smith, ot al., and not recorded.. in' our midst Thursday of last weak. W. 10 S. 80 to a stake on Bluff street All of said property will lie sold Mr". Othel Chapman, near here has 184 feet with Bluff thence S. 10 E. Rochester, wherie he stueet to the beginning. Being same free of liens. Any valid liens against returned from spent a few iwoeks, .being treated by lot convoyod to S. I. Landrum by same will be tranfemad to the pro.an Oitoopath for stomach trouble; Laura A. Culbsrtson, September 1st, ceeds of the sale. All sales will be for cash In hand. he ds not much improved. 1904, and recorded in Ohio County G. B. LIKENS, Trustee. 39t4 Clerk's Office, Deed Book No. 26, ,pag Equal Don't Exist. 333. Levlud on as the .property of has ever made a salve, S. I. Landrum iby going uion said FOR FLETCHER'S or balm to compare iwith real estate and notlfyJng said S. J. I Arnica Salve, It's the one Landrum of this levy. Tennis of sale: The above descri- , When you have rheumatlsni In your Cuts, Corns, Burns, of Sores, Scalds, Bolls, Ulcers, bed property will be sold upon a cred foot or Instep apply Chamberlain's Salt Rheum. For Sore Eyes, It of thnoe months, with interest nt Liniment and you will get quick re Cold Soros, Chapped Hands or Sprains the rate of 6 per cent .with approv lief. It costs tout a quarter. iWhy 'Try it Only 25c at all druggists, m ed bond. suffer? For sale by all druggists, m This November 19, 1910. T. H. BLACK. Sheriff. 'Cheap Clubbing Rates. Instructors for Kentucky Regi39t3 By S. O. KEOWN, D. S. an arrangement will We have made ments. the publishers of the Inland Farmer, A Home Treatment for Lung Frankfort, Ky., April 7. Adjutant Haying reduced my of Louisville, whereby we are enabled General P. P. Johnston received word Trouble. stock nearly one-thir- d, to furnish The Hartford Republican. y Cram the War Depantjm&nt at It is a recognized fact that fresh Washington that the Wgulan anmy and that paper one year for $1.50., keeping only the choicest '.The Inland Farmer Is a weekly Jour-- , air, plenty ot nourishing food and a officers would be assigned to Kentucky havo nal and one of the beat farm papers correct constitutional treatment bird9( am ofl'ering eggs to Instruct the officers and members published a the United, States. Our done more to cure lung tnoulble and of tho Kentucky National Guard. The from these fowls n feallng, than readers should take advantage of. that iwoakoned, officers wil Ibe assigned one to each all other forma of ttwatunent )com- - regiment tf "this offer. irtess. Mr. Nowel ; j seqviea at the Bepttet church at this place April G, aftr which the little white casket waa oonalgnod to Uie Grqvtj.oamotfcry. Bra,ve la Central Among those who attended thq burial Mr. W. H. Young lanid mother iwene: of Owenaboro, Dr. O. L. Everly, Mr. Robert llcr anld MIsb Hazel (Everly of Rockport, Mrs. J, B. Tanpan and mother Mrs. Josla Park, of Hartford, Meadamcs Will Vaughn and Oaffey Barnes, of Wllams Mines; Miss Bessie Moson Mieadanwa 0. M, Bishop and H. B. Faught of Centertown. Rev. Hi P. Brown delivered an able sermon here Sunday Text "Rise attti Pray TJest Yo Enter into Temptation." Ho failed to fill his appointment Satudary by reason of the ifact that ho was called to preach ithe funeral of Mrs. Doana Maddox at Prof. Hjnry Leach, of Hartford, SatEDWARDS SCHOOLHOUSE. flDteen urday ntght and Sunday. April 1 . EarrmWrs la this comIfttUo MIsb Cora Torranoo who has munity ana very busy sat this writing. inomtlh-oldau&htor of Mr. ami Airs. Hewitt Ycuhhs died at the resldanoa boon sick Is Improving nicely. Rev. Cooney filled his regular apMiss Daughrty is some bet pointment at Bechyl Sunday. of Dr. O. L. Bverly at Rockport Ky., Atfrll 4, of pneumonia. Rov. R. D. ter wt this writing. 0. T. Duky moved with hia family to Airs. J. II. Embry, visited Mrs. Ida Qwansboro last week. Bwfiett of Hartford conducted the ob !Annll d CENTRAL GROVE. 12. iMadeMno, the Haven tost Saturday Mr. J. W. Taylor and. Master Comma wont to Cromwell Saturday on bus Minus, Canadians. Gormany, for Instance, Is alert, sto get all the trade favors she can and th German Tariff law gives the Bundesrath the right to to the United Sta'.os if existing conditions should be chang od to". Germany 's disadvantage. fThero Ella Dabcuy is at home after a Is prospect of trouble right at the long visit .with her sister at, iWllltams outset. San Francisco Chronicle. UNCLE SAM calls your attention to a comparative statement of his bank as of March 7, 1911, made to the comptroller of tho currency, and of same date 1910, which shows an increase of more than ... $150,000.00 In One Year March 7, 1910. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts....! Overdrafts U. S. Bonds and Pre miums Banking House,' Furni ture and Fixtures ... $69,850.08 Cash Due from Banks and U. S. Tnaa3. 87,183.03 y, to-da- y. to-da- y. D-- to-d- ay ito-da- y. March 7, 1911. RESOURCES. 751,763.71 Loans and Discounts ..? 837,937.3 610.39 Overdrafts 708.92 U. S. Bonds and Pre-181,116.53 231,905.91 mlums Banking House, 20,000.00 iture and Fixtures .. Cash $80,465.90 Due from Banks Furnl-22,000.00 : and 157.033.11 U. S. Treas. 97,634.43 178450.33 $1,268,702.50 es 11,115,583.74 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Sunplus Fund Undivided Profits Circulation Deposits .. ...' $ ... 250,000.00 2,600.00 7,916.23 180,000.00 675,167.51 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Surplus Fund Undivided Profits .. .. Circulation Deposits $ 250,000.00 6,500.00 12,694.63 230,000.00 770,607.83 $1,268,702.50 $1,115,533.74 of the employes in the Ppt PrnifI. lcl VC1I of all bank failures are caused by employes bor-- '' rowing too much of the bank's capital. NONE! United States National Bank can borrow one cent out of that bank. Make the United States National your banking home. It will loan you money or pay interest on time deposits. DIRECTORS. E.T.Franks.J. W. McCulloch.J. T. Griffith.John Thixton.C. E. Birk, J. J. Sweeney, Lawson Reno, Henry Wile, Dr Aretaeus Kirk. n, GILLESPIE BROS. 100 Bushels of Corn Per Acre Easy ' B The above yield can be made by using the best fertilizers -- in addition to your best seed selection, proper planting, and thorough working of the crop. . n, atCen-tertiown- Horseshoeing a Specialty. - Use Hlgh-Qra- da t ar Hartford, Ky. VirginiaCarolina Fertilizers vJx (the best fertilizers made), and they will help you to get this excellent yield; but a great deal' depends upon you, as explained in our new SINGLE Children Cry C A STOR A COMB FARMERS' YEAR BOOK. This you can get on request of your dealer, or by sending us your name and address: SALES OFFICES Richmond, Va, Norfolk, Vi. Atlanta, Ga. Savannah, Ga, Columbia, S. C. Durham, N. C. Alexandria, Va. Charleston, S. C. Baltimore, Md. Columbus, Ga. Montgomery, Ala. Memphis, Tenn, Shrtveport, La. Winston-Sale- BROWN LEGHORNS frerjg irginia-Caroli- i (cnempu o. ., I N.C. run-dow- 5.ftftAftAftftftAftftftftAftftftaaA5A? c, 41 41 41 41 & biined. jtfig, !jtri Hful BALD KNOB. April 10. Sunday School is sing nicely at this place. Em-hrvisited Meeara , Mr. Pyrryman Nute, Henry, and Arthur Havon Sunv . day. Tnere will be elnglnp at tills jilace Everybody Mxt, Saturday night pome. 'Mr. and Mrs. J1. If. Tonrenbe and Rlnoda wd Cora, Mlf Mrs. J. H. Embry Sunday. aMr. L. T. Davto and family visited frettl at Cromwell Saturday night &uady. i 4gltt and xi bis ireuta Saturday Sinday. f;Mf. and Mrs. Luther Leach visited rMr. Hnry Haven, of PreatlsnUs- -' MwJ.aH.'rji Mr twwl , Sundwy Jmikw Suiwlai' Martdw a4etur of liar ton, school awiiy iaveW.' at i at- - blta plaoo Iwr sou, tinxw, Mn. Lwii vJltd A constitutional treatment to meet Cardui Worked Wonders. all the necessary requirements, must only kUl and remove all the disMoMinnnlle, Temv Mrs. Ocle Jett,' not ease germs from the system, but at of this , place, 'says: "I don't believe If it hadn'i' the tiame time k. must increase the I would be living appetite, a&l In digestion and assimi- Been for Cardui, After, treating me lation of food, monovato and buUd up twenty seven days, my doc-to- r advis the nervous qystuni and all pants of ed an operation, but I would not con llie body. sent. Instead, I took Cardui, and lwav Germinal Remedy moats all fih'ese I am doing my work uvea the wash roqulrxjmwUa and ds producing ettme ing. Cardui worked, wonders in, my matWkAoue results case. I wu in better health Milan for It you btove consumption in amy 'five years." vCardul is a tttreogtlien- tonra blood disease; it you' arejtng toa-l- for women, it roWovga "pain (troubled iwlftti or drtwnlc ; tones up the nerves, Ibullds rengtli sonets, oough, pains In the chart; it You smd Candul. Try 1 you luve wak lungs and fel Trouble Right aTthe Outset. ron do,wu and weak, iwrRe tke OMo MydietU Co., ISox 15, Columbus, If Congress at Its extra session pass Ohio, and ikw ull ea the reciprocity treaty wktk Caa-ad- a It Is not sized bottle of this tBodtatao that there Will w a trial, K you will he an taiuiKJdlate application (by most mention tho name ot Ttie Hartford of the coaiBircUil nations for prlvl-le3&tS, sianllsw . those eojoyied by KitfubUuui. ,' 30'-ftg-s for $1 or shipDam or Send Free delivery at ped from Beaver Gromwell, Ky. cash with order. attention and a deal 'assured. A Jones Brands PURE ANIMAL MATTER MANUFACTURED BY Prompt square FERTILIZERS Jones Fertilizer Co., I LOUISVILLE, KY. 6 41 &. t 1 ukg D-8- 0t R. I; BARNARD, RF. D. No. 3, 41 wWd.(eu''a r. Uo-krtw- BEA.VER DAM, KY. W. B.:BLJL,IS, The Produce Man FOR SALE BY J es Vvvtfvvvffvvvvvl HARTFORD KY, f-- V f V ' "T"- - r' T,- -, TyCT ORKIN AND PRINCIPLES OF THE BOY SCOUTS HAS HO SUBSTITTTE his nteoe Mrs. Srskltw Fulkeraon near Little Miss Ree Igleheort has return f 'ed from a vfefc to her cousin Ruby BY JUNIOR. Iglebeart near Moorman, she mas homo by little MUs Ruby who will be hier sueat ihla week. MEaSRS. MoDOWBLL A. FOOLE Mr. Herman Addlngton and sister AND QTTiO C. MARTIN ara woHart Ml3B Altha wont to Center.toiwn "Monford boys who will ,be graduated from day. Kentucky the. Law Department at 'Mr. and Mrs. Tom Oodsey have reWo Stetie UnIw?Uy this Sprrlag. turned from the bofeldo of her moth are proud of thee twwo young men. er, sucand wish ithtim unabounded Misses Elieni and Fannie Lawrence cess. were guesto at Miss Maude Calloway v. ALL. OF THE OTHER CITIES are rast iwoak. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. S. Overton of making preparations ifor a apaaial day, which will be observed as "Clean Up Centertawn wore gueata ovMr. and Day." Wie suggest that ouo citizens Mrs. Bud Allen last Sunday. Mr. Tom Bennett, Preritls wa a take up this matter, for tliwc aTe a lot of streets and alleys that would guost of 'Mr. Alva Calloway and R. look much hytter It gUen a little at- P. Bennett formv Saturday until Mon tention. This matter might bo con- day. Mr. Arnold Bennett went to Beda sidered by the city Council, and let last Monday. that body name a special day. Messrs Bud Allen and Herman Ad- THE CORN GROWING CONTEST dlngton have returned 4rom EvansvlUe that where they had ibeen to ,tak soirw for the 'boys of Ohio County Supt Loach is working so earnestly logs to market for should meet with the hearty-- approa guest of Mr. N, D. Kulkerson-wa- s of every person his daughter Mrs. T. L. val and WItlarow In thla county, A corn show, will be last Tuesday ait Central City. held in Hartford tills Fall and let's Mr. Jiess Klrtley went bo Roeklport give Supt Leach our fcurtfortanld offer Sunday evening. some good premiums that SeveraJJ from here went to Ceralvo the boys to raise the finest .'corn ever Sunday. grown in Ohio oounty. The benefit tf Quite a crowd attended meeting on tills mavoment Willi last for years to tho Holiness iboat at Smallhous Suncome. day. WE ARE GLAD TO SEE that our Do you know that of all the minor fans are ongianlzlng a baseball team ailments and colds are by far the most for dangerous? It 13 not the cold itself this ymr for Hantitord. Butt goodness sakes ,when Hartford plays that you need to foar, 1ut the serious Its first game with some neighboring diseases that at often leads to. Most city don't lose the game like Louis of these are known as gienm diseases. ville did in it's first game. are Pneumonia and consumption among them. Why not take ChamIN ANSWER TO A LADY CORRE Remedy and cur your SPONDENT we feel Justtfled in, say berlain's Cough cold while you can? For sale by all ing that the United States army has m not bpfin ordered to jthe Mexican .bor druggists. der merely for the ipurpose of pre Death of James H. Taylor. venting the smuggling of lace across Jas. P. Taylor died at his home in the line. Rochester, Ky., April 12, 1911 at 5:55 A MAN WHO HAS BEEN IN PO- a. m. age G9 years, 5 months. He LITICAL LIFE for a long time Inform was the fourth son of Alfneld Taylor. us that his Idea of Heaven is a place At the age of 28 he was married to where a man who gets into office Susan Mary Stevens of Ohio County himself is1 not expected to find a pub- To this union were bom five children, lic job for everybody who voted for one dying In infancy. After the death him. of his first wife, he married M. E. of Butler County., they haivlng SWIMMING IS TO BE TAUGHT In Bunch eight children. Bro. Taylor was conthe Chicago public schools, hence the In short time alty boy Is to enjoy at least onla of verted early in life and a Having pnaach. boy, was ordained to advantages of the country the preached hlls first sermon in Kau-a- s without undergoing the risk 'Of havln, his last in Kentucky. First text his shirt tied In a knot used. "Strive to Enter In at the SWEET GIRL GRADUATE , DA VS Straight Gate" the last "The Amen" will soon be here and the, annual He was strong and fearless in his becommencement Exercises of Hantfodr lief. His last days were ispant with will be as entertaining as ever. his family and altho he suffered intensely yet he never complained, but MADISONVILLE HAS PASSED an was willing for the Lord's will to promlsc-ou- s ordlnnance prohibiting the be done. Poor and emaclatedv yet we distribution of patent medicine we can see him now, as he samples. Several children during the think seemed to look into the beyond and past three wweeks have been taken se to tho loved ones- - But hs Is rlously ill owing to picking up bit beckon gone. His funeral was preached by ties In their yards and drinking tho Bro. P. E. Gothm of Owensboro and mediclwe. assisted hy Bro. J. W. Gill of Drakes- boro. Altho the rain poured Incessantly Change of Heart. We tilled was yet the church Sevlervllle, Tenn. "I never did be havio from his llpe that in the 42 year lieve in patent medicines," writes of married life he had never desecrat Mrs. Martha Hown, of this plaoe, "un- ed his marriage vow. His example 13 til I took Cardul, and It cured mo." worthy of commendation. For six months, I could not do anyHis remains were laid) to rest lu thing. Now I do all my housework., Rochester cemetery to await the nesur and it don't tire me. Doctorsi failed, reotlon morn. I To the family, but Cardul saved my life." Tho bene would say Weep not for "Ho was a fit from talcing Cardul is not confin- good man and full of faith and much ed to one part of the body. Cardul psopla were added unto the Ixrd." Improves the whole womanly syatem. J. W. DAVENPORT. It helps headache, 'backache, falling feeUnga, and female weakness. Try Excursion Rates. It It will help you. Price $1. 8 ' U. C. V. Reunion Llttlo Rock Ark-M- ay 15th to 18th. For the Above ocOur Rose Offer Withdrawn May casion, the L. & 21.. will sell round trip tickets $19.15 dates of sale May 1st. iwlll-lndub- e D-1- WAYSIDE GUANINES M&tanma lac Moday, Teaches Boys Practical WoodOr- craft and Out Door Life ganized in Hartford. ! i The American Workingman! .. v Tie Boy Scout originated In England, with Sir Robart Baden-Powel- l, Held marshal, who resigned as the head o tho British army to liut his Ideas Into ipractloo, awl within a feiw years the Scout movement 'has includ That shows, how ed 400,000 boys. popular It la. in this country Dan hav Beard and Ernest boyn the moving Spirits In the organization. It .teaches the boys practical woodcraft And out door life, how to raw, ,to swim, to fun, to build ramp tins, to cook In the open, to prepare game, to trlalr to (pitch a twit, to signal, to study nature, to use their yes anid hands and feet, and to save Ufa Discipline, obedience, ncatmso and order are scout virtues. EnduranC3, eetf reliance, self objective. BE PREPARED Is the scout slogan. Jt does not teach militarism though it cberlslies the military virtues. The scouts aro divided Into three classes, Tenderfoot, Second Class and First Class Scouts. Any violation of the Scout coda Is met with dismissal; and Where Scout movement has gained headway, a violation of the scout cede Is os. disgraceful as eSver was a disregard of the vows of knighthood The Scout law iwhlch every iboy must know before ho can become a scout Is In brief, as follows: 1. A Scout's honor Is to be trusted. 2. A Scout is absolutely loyal to his country, officers, parents, teachv ers and employers. 3. A Scout's duty Is to7be useful and help others. 4. A Scout Is a friend o tall and a brother to every other scout 5. A scout is courteous and (polite, and do's not take any reward for being helpful. 6. A Scout Is a friend to anllmals. 7. A Scout obeys orders without question whether It suits him or not. S A Scout smiles and looks pleasant under all circumstances. 9. A Scout Is thrifty and puts his money into the bank. THOSE WHO BELONG HERE. The following is a list of thk nm-btr-s or the boy scouts in iHarfiford. The names wore .furnished us iby the Slujlby tipeclal reporters, Scouts' Stevens and Frod May: Shelby Stevens, Fried May, Itods, Taylor, Claude King, Cressle Gneer, Kstlll Barnett, Wordan Newibolt, John Gl?nn, Hoyt Taylor, Howard Gltjrin, James Gtann, Bay O'Banaon, Charlie King. Cliarllo Barnard, Oercle Thomas Charley Hawkins, Bunyan Wells, Bud dlo Owens, Cosil Felix, Marlon Crowe, Clifford Moore, Parke Taylor, Alvln Porter, Hardin Biley, Honbert. Mldklff, Harry May. Seton-Thoinps- on WfteffliSa POWDER Tho onlv bmkhus jwwrf Croarri of Tartar Absolutely Pure made from Royal Qramo N6ALUM,MQUMEPfllSPHATE James O. Blaise was not a Democrat; yet iboth we're too great to be President They 'wore not disqualified by their politics and who would dare say that either, as President would not have ranked with such Immortals as Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln? Judge O'Bear Is ibefore the people with his own platform; a better one than was aver adopted by cither 'party In Kentucky. It ha3 the ring of true statesmanship with not a word in it that could be construed as a ibid far votes There is to be a State Democratic primary, July 1st (at which no poor man need apply) to nominate candidates for the various State offices. There Is no probability that there will be a platform of any kind promulgated. What do they propose to do along the lines of needed reforms, to which Judge O'Jtear stands committed? I'll tell you what thtjy will do: They will wait and if they get In, thoy will do just as 'they dam please g Democrat I have been a Many Democrat In Mt Sterling and In fact, county Montgomery throughout Eastern Kentucky, know, that as editor of tho Sentinel Damo-cra- t, I fought hard for the succsss of my party, asking nothing, expecting getting nothing, wanting nothing, nothing at its hands. My father ca3t his first vote for Van Bureni, and during his long life of 87 years nuver scratched a Presl dentlal ticket. In this mespect I have followed in his foot print but I am imw out of politics I mean, while still a Democrat, I am no longer dnlmi by the party lash- - I have joined the great army of 'Independent Thinkers, and with thousands of other DjtnocTUts In Eastern Kentucky, will cast my vote for Ed. C. O'Rear for Governor, not because "1 love Caesar less, but Rome more." Yours Very Truly, life-lon- for the workingman is a very important part of this country. We make a specialty of clothes. We think we have the best working clothes that are made anywhere. They are made in clean, airy the best materials and in the most careful way. They will save money for any workman who wears them. We take special pains with our workingmen's work-ingmen- 's work-rooms.of Is the best dressed workingman in the world. He ought to be, -- r Suits and Separate Trousers The clothes are and unions, of the best makes to give good service. The clothing is as skillfully cut as any, is sewed with strong7 thread and Is made to last in .every respect. The prices are very close. We want the workingman's all-woo- ls trade. CARSON & COMPANY, INCORPORATED ' Hartford, Kentucky. THE CLOTHIERS. .4 & pao. April 19. Easter Sunday iwas quite an unlucky day for Mrs. Park. Whlli crossing Rough River at Harts 'Ford with her sons Ivan and Shelby, and Clarence Hoover the boat .was up9dt, but all of the occupants of the boat S. S. CASS1TY. Mchenry. April 19. Easter wa3 quietly ob served at this place. Mlss;s Verda Ashby and Janle Kaln attended religlglaus services In Owwensboro Sunday. Mr. Aethln Herald formerly of Rock port, Ky., but now a popular travel- ellng man from Oweuaboro passed through town Wednnesday. Measrs. R. C. Hosier and iR. D. Lark in spout Sunday at the if armor's homo In Bjaver Dam. Saveral from this place attended the Eeaster "hop" In Central City, Monday night The Omtral Park Gradsd School will closj its first session on Friday April 21. Ttoefpe will be no commence mont exercises owing to the Spring tenm being cut on accoun't of meas les. This was quite a disappointment to both teachers and students. IToo much can not be said lu praise of tho toachws of this school who have Ubordd under advTse circumstances all through this session yet, have bee untiring in thalr efforts. The follow ing compoan the vry offlclent faculty. Prof. E. Y. Allen, Principal, Cromwell, Ky., Prof. J. U Har.bourt, First Asalsluut, Oxsusboro, 'Ky., An ' O'Rear Democrat. (Jit. Sterling Gazette. ( Morehead, Ky., April 10, 1911. Ed. Cazette: If you are something of a math eiaa tie. Uuii, I wish you would tell me how (iovvnwr Wilson figures that Ed. C. O'Rear the election to the office of Governor would baa "public calamity." If this were true it would ilw ptxnf that Shakespere was right when ho tald: "One woo doth tread upeu another's heels, m fast they follow." But, in iuy humble opinion, It Is not true; If Judge O'Rear, as Governor could carry Into effect half the neudid reforms and necessiry legislation sot Tenth lu his platform It would 'be mostly more than any otlwr Governor has doue "slitoo thosa anms had seven urs iplth. Tho gnjat cat of all political battles ovor fought In Kentucky will begin when Hon. Jntnc-- s B. MoCnury and Judge Ed. C. O'ltoar are nominated, as tliey surely will bo, by their respective ipar- tea for Govwnor. It will be something In tlw nature of an lrreslstablo foroi coming in contact with an immovable body. The result, no man am ufotvsj; but in ens of tlw elootlo of either, the Statu will have tau uible and ho n oat Governor. It makes an old nowinpapwr man exceedingly weary, to read the brilliant arguments of a number of young Democratic journalists,1 In .favor of Avium tho election of McCreary. boiled down mid pruned of all It Us only this, and nothing more: UdoCrMiny can't bo biiaton." "CRear Is a good man, 'but he can't Jjoat McCreary." Why can ho aot heat McOreary? "Why ought ho uot to doJtT There's ethlng to be said ogalubt Judgo O'Kear; his hoiusty was nyver and as to his ability, Kentucky Inm jbo blr nu.il of any turty. Oh! kwt yew say, "He la not a Democrat," Henry Clay was not a Democrat; e quas-tteaed, Our f purl at tolls us that he can 'not supply us with roses after May 1, J911 Between thb and that date, however, you can get our paper one year, The Farmer and Stockman one year and these six evenb, looming rowB(J all postpaid, for $1.00. Send In your before it Is too late Comorder plete instructions are sent with each . collection. 1 to-da- y SMALLHOUS. - ., . April 19. air. S. J. Hawkins, of Hartford. Ky., routs 2, was a jmestot MLsy EllzaJdh .Chlldrs Sacond As- his sister Mrs. Robent Hunter and- fam sistant, Virginia; Miss Mary Marks, ily Friday night, and of Mr. Soth Hun Notice , Third Assistant, Hartford, Ky., Miss tier Saturday night All persons having claims against Sirs. C. O. Htmter and little son; Bjrtlia Lwch Fourth Assistant, Thoma Taylor, Hartford, Ky., havorb Dr. Joj T. 'Miller, deceased, will preKy, undersigned 'Miss Ellaaiboth Childness one of our turntvl home from a visit to Mr. and sent tho same to the very efflolnt teaphors, leaves Satur- Mrs. Seth illunter and other relatives executors, at Hartford, Ky., on or befona tlw 3rd day of May, 1911, day for i'nr Virginia home. uMIsa hore. 'pastnilstrjjabf jiroporly ixrovon as required by law, Miss Oma Maddox Childress has made many friends In this county and wvj regrot that she RocUport has return to Rookpontaf or thoy will be foiover barred. All persons knowing themselves tor aeveinl days at the bedside of her will not rturn lu tlw full, brothor-ln-UMr. J. C. IIIlj who lndohtod to said decedent wllll please A RENDER.. has been quite 111 of Catarrhal pneu- come forward at once and settle " 'thalr accounts and save cost. One Week Left , monia. This Aiwll 3, 1911. You have only one wiwoak life in Mr. Bud iBullock recently purchased D. O. MILLER, which to take advautage of our rose a nloe oung filly from Mr, Jasr"s.-ELIZABHTH S. MILLER, wwn?,.1atw).,ln 41Tr.ll bush offer. One wweek ifixim uext Thiimi...!! Saturday our offer will ba withdrawn. Bpru wsntly to Mr. and Mrs, Joe 'Executors of the last will of Dr. Joe I8t4 T. Miller, deceased Bjiween this and April 29th, you Roger near hero a fln spti. ChrU-can get the alx rc-iabsolutely free. Mr, and Mrs. Orlando Cox hav a Read our advortlsemont la another FOR FLETCHER'S part cvf this issuB, and ttynd lu &our new baby girl at their home. uubscrlptloa at once. Mr. Robert Hunter was a guesuot w a were able, to reach tine bank safely. Mrs. S. F. Ezell, who has been staying with her daughter, Mrs. J. F. Shroader, is visiting her son, Mr. "Wi L. White, of Palo. Messrs. Kit and Everett Berry had two mulc3 that were badly Injured by barbed "wire last Friday. ilr.4en Daivis the veterinary surgeon was call ed into service.. Mr. James Legrand has sold his farm to Mr. Jake Duke and lias moved to Meade county, near Brandenburg. Uncle Wm. Feemster is In bad health. Mr. W. L. Whlto and family and tho former's mother. Mrs. Ezell, nvero the guests of Mr. J. D. Berry and family, Easter Sunday. Air. and Mrs. Charley Feemster woto tlie guests of Mr. Alonzo Bartlettand family, Easter Sunday. Mr. Clielus Maden, who has been In Cincinnati for several days, returned home last Wednesday. 13th and 15th. Success .to The Republican. tickets All tickets Final limit of will ba Umlted to reach original startNotice of Dissolution. ing point returning, not later than midnight of May 23rd, 1911, unless Notice Is hereby given that tho extended at Little Rock, hy deposit- Brown Mercantile Goninany Is wow ing ticket with J. E. Heunogan spe- closing Its business and winding up cial agient, with a fee of fifty cents Its affairs for the punise of boforo May 23rd., ticket will be exits exlstenioo. tended to final limit to and IncludAll jwrBons having any claims or and one desiring demands against bald Conjuaratlon aro ing June Hth-1'Jl- l. to attend this Reunion, will please requested to present tlw same Immeadvise me throe days before date of diately at the offloe of said Company going so as to secure tickets, Hamilton, Ohio County, Kentucky. 40tf II. E. MlSCHKE, Agt. BROWN MERCANTILE COMPANY, By.F. M. SACKETT, Sec'y. 39t4 iberni-Inoiti- sure as you do not, one of (these days tho sheriff and auctioneer will bo singing- - the requiem aver your financial grave to 'a crowd that has very little sympathy for a. merchant. You don't have to take our advice you may advertise and succeed or let it alone and hust. Do which ever you please. Texas book-inum-bf- er Notice' to Creditors. County-BanCreditors . of the Ohio will please come forward and settle ther indebtedness. It is my purpose and the desire bf everybody connected with the bank to Ihnive dividends declared to the depositors as speedily as possible This cannot be done unless creditors of the bonk will assist by meeting their obligations. 29tf A. E. PATE, Assignee, k Children Cry CASTOR A. E. Pate, Asslguee, &c ivs. Order. FOR FLETCHER'S I A 4 Notice to Creditors. Ohio Circuit Court. Pl'ff. let al, defendents herein it Is ordered hat this action bo referred to F. L. Felix, Master Commissioner, of the Ohio ClncuU Count, Harriot Ford, et al Def't. On motion ot J. H. Patton, Faying the Cost. Advertising is expensive, yies, very oxpenalvo to tho merchant who Uoes none of It. Ho doesn't know it though, and to talk to him about ad-- 1 ventlslug la like talking Into a ompty, barrel avory thing Bounds holtelw. He dukjsn't have to adverttlae 'his "dad-- 1' dy did no advontlbe an he ot rich." Yies, "Daddy" died ami .left him his bualnem, and unfoniftinatteyl, that's atoout all ho did leave htm. You don't have to ad vert Wo, no, not a bit of it; but you are .paying for Mie advertising your coatpetttora ana dote. What our forefathers did or failed U do cuts ho iee wkk tnodera busiaesa aad buatnaea method. if you expect to stay In buuUees and succeed you mut advertise. Jtwt tle tlw aelluuBS of A. E. Pate, Assignee,, Ohio County Bank, and to advertise and report oa claims against Ohio County Bank, assigned, by Saturday, tlw Cth day ot tlw regular April, 1911, term- - Ohio Circuit Court being the 22nd day of April, 1911, Given under my hand as Clerk ot tho Ohio Circuit Court, this April 0th 1911. i to audit and set- Copy Attest: B, O. BARRASS. Clerk' afjtQalo Circuit Court, Pursuant yPM above order, all parties tatftaSPfcelaluw aoalnat the OHIO COiiwrY. BANK, Assigned, are hereby neMfted to file eatae with the undersigned Commlssieser, at his ofle In Hartford, Kewfcucky, ircfler-l- y verWIed, on or Me April 2tod, 1911. k Chliirn cry CASTORI A u Any creditor iaUfmn to preaent his claim by the Uwesaa! herein ehall be taBud to have "waived his right to aay &ui et aeM nialgnod eUfe. F. L. FELIX, Matter CobmImIojiw, 8 Ohio Circuit Court, Jc urfUife mffjal & AC