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INTERESTING v HARTFOKD, OHIO COUNTY, :K$ FRIDAY, APKIL 28, 1911. recently been estafbllshdd at Owens-bor- o. They are .both well known hero Ohio county being their native home. Capt DaWoese was formerly county school superintendent and la now conrmander of the local company of militia. THIS PLAN MIGHT HELP. 1 SCHOOL NOTES Born and raised in ilUlnols, he enlisted In the saventy-elght- h Infantry in 1862. Jle was Immediately ordered to Louisville and shortly afterwards was captured by that gallant If southarn cavalry Don commander, ! , oral John Morgan. Later, ho was pa roled, and subsequently returned to From Office of County Su- Divorce Granted to Dead Woman. the servloe, when he was assigned W. H. Griffin and W. L Mammond, Jud,, April 26. A dead to Sherman's army. perintendent Leach. Brown Pass Away. woman was granted a divorce In the He likes to tell stories of tine old Hammond Superior Court by Judge V. dajs and make comparisons (between S. Relter, Mrs. Margaret Kohnloe, of tho army of and that of 1861-'6- 5. Couity Board Orders Mine New Tolleston, had brought suit for sepaWhile he Is a most pronounced Miss Ethel Bennett, of Beda, Died rate maintenance and for alimony for Federal, he is ready to resent at any Monday Was an Estima- Juildiags Seed Corn Arthe support of her daughter, her hustime any uncomplimentary remark band Karl having deserted her while mado about the dashing calvalry comble Young Lady. rived for Corn Contest. the case ,waa on trial. The woman mander who captured him early in lay ill at her homo in Tolleston, and r '1M-4I.- . his military career, and to him John when news came that Judge Relter H. Morgan was an Ideal commander Mr. W. H. Griffin died at his resf-denA .Tho Common School examination had granted her a divorce it was and soldier. will be acid at tne Superintendent's found that she had died two hours In Hartford early last Friday office May 12 and 13. morning after an lllrtes3 with rheumaMitchell Will Recover. before. I want to unge all pupils 'who are Information received in Hartfori tism and other troubles, covering ready tho OammOn Victory for State in Whisky to complete of sevoral months. yesterday from Llvormoro is that the School course to take this examinaBesides a loving wife, two chil condition of Clarence Mitchell, the Cases. tion. It la necessary for you to hawe young white man, who was shot and dren are left, Mrs. A. D. Buskill, of a Common School Diploma before you Frankfort, Ky., April 25. The Court selrously wounded by William Potter, Houston, Texas, and Charles W. Grit- by of Appeals In a decision enter tho High School. the negro w(ho was shot to death by fin, of Helena, Ark, the children ar All teachers who have pupils quali Judge Carroll, reversed the consoli a mob, was changing for the better, riving hero only in time for the funer fied to enter the High School (Work, dated Whisky tax, cases which Is and that all indications were that he al and iburlal. In effect a sweeping victory for the should urge them to attend. The funeral services were conduct would recover. Ho has had fever In The first examination for teach- State. The court holds that, iwihlle ed at the Methodist church of which. his wounds since tho day after the ers will be held on May 19 and 20, the Kentucky Distilleries and Wareshooting, and did not rest well for a the deceased iwas a member, by Rev. at the College In Hartford. The ex- house Jomiponyjls a New Jersiey corOemar in Philadelphia Record. few das, but is reported to be rest- Virgil Elgin assisted by Rev. R. D. amination twill begin promptly at 9 poration for all intents and purposes nt Bennett, Saturday afternoon, in ing well now. a. im. and all applicants should .be It is a Kentucky corporation and that follqwed at Oalawood cemetery, present at that hour. the tax on storage accounts is prop- ACTION OF OHIO COUNTY GOOD REPORTS and sarvices iwere held ithere by Hart- Building Modern Ice Plant. Thorough preparation Is the best erly subject to taxes. The cases here According to reports received In for Lodge F. and A. M. No. C75, ofi safeguard against failure. If you do are the Commoniwiealth against, tho Ken ton which he had PEOPLE COMPLIMENTED FOR A. S. OF E. this city, McLean county rwlll soon many years. ' been a member not feel that you are able to go out tuoky Distilleries and Warehouse Combe able to boast of two Ice Into tho schools of the county this pany, Jefferson, Commonwealth against For many years Mr. GrlKln tvo plants, each having a large capacity, fall and do good worik, in fact put J. B. Thompson, Mercer; Commonon the banks of Green river engaged In the drag business here, situated your whole energy Into It, do not wealth against Tom Moore Distill On Account of Turning Melvin Increased Amount of Tobacco The first plant was Installed at Cal-ho- beginning with the firm of Z. Wayowr --come to the examination for you will ing Company, Nelson county. several years ago, and it Is Griffin and Bro., and was also frith. Grant Over to the Court Inn, "all oven if you succeed In securing The cases here Involve an aggregate ""j Pledged for This claimed has been doing an excellent the same firm for a while at a certificate you will b& a failure la of $500,000 In taxes on storage acKy. He was also postmasbusiness. Work has been begun In stead of Lynching. Year. the school room. The time has counts, hut some fifty cases are pendtho erecting of a plant at Lwermore, ter at Hartford for several years. ing In various' countiie.tot the quesomo when we can afford to have by local people and Louisville capi- For two years previous to his death 'nothing ibut the best of schools in tions here raised, anil will amount to talists, iwhlch will have a larger out- he had been confined to his bed a '"ivory district In the county. Came large sums iu the aggregate. The The people of this county should be Calhoun, April 21. We are In put than the one at Calhoon. The great part of his time. I with your heart in the work, deter- Louisville case "ft As tried out before Indeed proud of going down on' recimany very flattering reports W. L. BROWN. ord 'before the world as peaceful and as tbjtho progress that Is being made plant, It Is calmed wl be one of mined to suooeed and you will never Judge Walter Lincoln, At the (residence of his son, Prof. the most modern In Western Ken Jtawablding citizens. The misdeeds for th'tv pooling of tho 1911 crop of know vSaUtvfcUo-JalJ.-. . H. E. Brown Saturday night Mr. W. of Kentuckians have been heralded tobacco!; One of our wwrkers neports tucky. Singing is Postponed. All trustees should mako their cenL. Brown died after a very short illfrom coast to coast, and It has be- that at a meeting held seventy ono sus neports by May 1st. ness with diseases incident to old Horses for Sale. rOn account of so many people The Superintendent's office mill be Ing 111 with the measles, the Sin come customary to compare any ter- growers came forward and signed up FOK SALE 2 eight jear old work age. Mr. Brown was iborn March 8, closed from Tuesday noon, .May 2 un- Ing Convention that was to toe iuel rible tragedy in any other state as and became members of the A S. horses; 1 four year old mare lw)ith 1835, near Rochester Ky. He "was til Monday May 8, on account of the at Clear Run next Sunday has been the way they do things in Kentucky, of E. colt; 2 three year old mares. Call on a faithful Christian and Joined the Convocation, of Superintendent's We have been Informed that arat postponed until the fifth Sunday in last week It will be remembered Christian church nearly twenty-fiv- e JOB R. WILLIAMS, that Melvin Grant attempted an as- rangements have 'been made for an 41tf Bawling Green, May 3, 4, and 5. years ago. He served through the en'Beaver Dam, Ky. Julx, sault upon a little girl at Barretts A. S. of E. and Home Warehouse deThe County Board of Education will tire four years of the Civil War. Ferry. A posse of citizens was quick- livery of .tobacco at Reeds Station, meet May 17 and 18 to consider the fHho remains were taken to the BARACA AND PHILATHEA ly formed and Grant captured in two where already about one thousand OKLAHOMIAN WANTS boundary lines of farm of Mr. Blown near Rochester hours after the time the deed was acnes have been pledged; and sttll At the last meeting of the County Sunday morning, whore the funeral Board nine school houses were orderNATIONAL CONVENTION committed, and brought to tthls more yet to come and Indications are JUDGE O'REAR ELECTED services were conducted iby Rev. Virgil city and turned him oiwr to the sher- - that but a small quantity will be left ed to he rebuilt. Each, division chari-ma- n Elgin, and the lntemnent took place Iff. In less than two days Grant ,was out of the organization in that seo- was given charge of nil repair at the family burying ground in the inoictea by tne grand jury, tried, con- - tlon. work in his division. Takes an Interest in Kentucky presence of many relatives and 10-1Two vlcfced aud sentenced from two to sevTho increased amount of tobacco I wish to notify the boys "who have At Kansas City June 5 friends. en years In the penitentiary at Eddy-vlll- e. that has already been pledged to the Politics Reads The Repub-- , entered the corn contest that tho seed MISS ETHEL BENNETT. Thousand Delegates Will A. S. of E. and Home Warehouse Co. corn for them Is at my office ready Miss Ethel Bennett, daughter of ,Tiho Associated Press, the largest has mado lican Regularly. I cannot send it for distribution. it necessary to call Into ser Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Bennett of Beda, Attend. news gathering agency In the world vice more delivering points than have as thene is no money with which out died at the home ot her parents Monwhich furnished telegraphic rtows to! been needed in past years and to ipay the express. I would suggest Flavla, OKla., Apnil 22, 1911. day morning about nine o'clock. The of newspapers dally, sent rangentents are being made along you call at oboe and get it I greatest ConvenThis Is to he the that funeral services were conducted at The Republican, Hartford, Ky. would further suggest that those Iwho tion drier held iby the Baracas and the story to its subsclbers owing to 'this line, so that no one need have Gentlemen: I am sending herqwlth tho residence Tuesday morning at ' live so far a way, secure corn some Phllatheais. Thousands are now plan the remarkable feature that no mob any fears that he will not be taken One Dollar, for which please sand 10:30 hy Rev. R. D. Bennett andRev. The Frankfort News care of reports where close to your home If you can ning to go to Kansas City June 10th. was formed. Hancock, from Interment followed me your paper another year; also the W. B. Wrlghk Ohio, Daviess and McLean are Just secure corn that you think will be If you can't go help send a njproaan-tatlv- e. Journal says editorially: thirty-on- e six roses and The Farmer and Stock- at Beda cemetery. She was "in Ohio county a man was arrested splndid, and haromonlous action Is satisfactory as tho Commissioner of See that your tdaohier and years old, and since childhood man as per special offer. Agriculture sent me only one half gal- president go. Pay expenses If nec- for an assault on a child and the certainly effective, I would not try to do without The had boon a member of the Presbyposse which captured him did mot! Given River District American So- iboy, or enough for Just essary. lon for each Republican. With It each week I terian church. Besides her (parents one-hal- f each. I wish to say to tho In 1909 there were 33 delegates from lynch him, taking him to Jail instead ' cloty of Equity she leaves ono sister and four keep posted on matters in Kenutcky. This S. B. ROBERTSON, Secretary. largo number ot JT. 1JUUUV UlilU i huuii iuv vj uau )uu iu Kentucky at the Ashville Convention. of to an improvised gallows. Tho Though Oklahoma Is now my homo brothers. suoscrioe sanieuuug uurwanu matting Last lyear there were about 30 at was considered so remarkable that and It will always be, I fell very muc friends that gathered to pay their lost Splendid Entertainment up the prlzo list for these 'boys. iLets Jamestown. This year Kentucky will the Associated Press, .which usually Interested In politics in Kentucky yet, respects attested the high esteem give this move all the encouragement surely have at least fifty at Kansas does not carry such small stories, sent The reoltal of Miss Anna Eliza Keown aid hope to see tho Republicans gain sho was held by all who kntiw her. It out to its subscribers. .It was HP that is In our ipowor, it Is possible City. at Baaver Dam last Friday evening grounds each election. Have someone Quite a number ot friends from Harttor us to create a county wide Inter-o- at Every church In the Commonwealth usual out suouiu iw iu usum. unU.- - the dlroctloa of ,Mr, and vote for Judge O'Rear for me for ford and Beaver Dam attended Um In this move and we will It; you that has the honor of a Baraca or shows that the peoplo of Ohio county MoarotJ ot ittcity, ,was splendid and Governor. AVe seem doomed to Dem funeral. g anu mat mey are weU attondoa will help .why not help? .What helps Philathea class should see that some are excoHent and, ocracy rule and ruin in Oklahoma, the boy In your community helps you of tholr young men and young women willing to leave punishment to the dlttloult ToaAira M,8 elv?n Church is Completed. yet there are a few honest Democrats go to this Convention. You can't courts, constituted for the purpose of and It will help alL Respectfully, who waa aaslsted wJUl ma. here. Thoy came from Kentucky, of Tho new Baptist Church at Conuu HENRY LEACH, Supk ,"""calculate (the good that may grow out wunMiuoxitun juawvo nlHn)uni hv Mt- Rt,,. course. cord Is completed and as soon as I monk of ithalr attending. art Wpj r t. C1.,.HQ n,1 Uln. Alton There are great troubles here wo are tho paint dries will be ready to be With bust wishes and hoping to Prof. Smith Will Speak. Keawn. The pantomlmo drill hysev- - burdened with taxes brought . .. about U9odf or service. It will be rememratnous l rotter Killed. nm. nn nir.,iii a,i vmuur pres- mm you at the Convention, I am Prof. Thomas H, Smith, vice bered that the old church was desby so many high salaried officials. Yours to serve. Springfield, Ky., April 20. Maud feature, which closed the 'program, ident of Hartford Coinage will Bpeak I give some of the figures County troyed by fire some time ago, Just be"' R . fhiA fjvmmia lmthr nwnml LUTHER C. REYNOLDS. hv thn at Bennett's schodlhouse on Saturday Judge $2,000 per annum with $2,400 fore the hour for servloe. That day General Secretary, late George M. Stearns, will be put to Drove Mules OU FamOUS March expense attached, May 6 for Hartord Local lUnloa County Clerk steps were taken for the rebuilding. Mayavillle, Ky. daath this afternoon, the death sen-- l tO Sea. American Society of Edufcy. Prof. $2,000 per annum with about $2,000 and a building committee was appoint: oenue loewg specuieu m Mr. hwoto s ( rrhatsoraomon makethe army Smith's subject will be "Relation! of their expense and assistant foes. Register ed. In less than two months a beau, years Baptist Church. mu. iauu o is ininy-tiv- e Agriculture to Schools and Necessity Xo Ufa ,. ,orcetMv hrolll:i,t of Deeds the same. Sheriffs office tiful church has been erected th oiu anu Diina. of Organisation." hv h i4ftjpvvu r n nnw,a J. W. BRUNER, Pastor. Aj,,.r u equal to any dwo of the others. County members are Justly pround of tho Mte vauui j Sunday school at 9:45, Dr. E. W. who Is with tho army at Fort Sam Supk Schools $2,000 per year with new eldfole. Orchard Agiia Endangered. Ford, Supt Houston, Texas. Artebura Is assist- - a treasurer In proportion! with obhbrs. Write look 01 Taxidermy. Morning worship at 11 o'clock, Entertain With a Dance. Glasgciw, Ky., April 26. The drdad- - ant wagon master with the thirteenth But this is a ftna country after all. Goat James M. DeWeyse and Mr. theme of discourse, "Haw to Study ed San Jose seale which has practl- - Infantry and occupies a unique po- LEWEIXEN. WILLIE Several of tho young men of this Oiftey M. Felix, of Ownboro, will cally destroyed many orchards In sltiou. lJs0aB. his .work as a mule Wednesday evening city entertained nlaaso aaoept our thasks for a copy the Bible." B. Y. U. jjpl tfealr new book wfekh has just WiHItuas,P.Pres, at G:4S p. m. ' Sidney Southern Kentucky during thie past skinner during the rebel Hon aad Is Mules Cremated at Owensboro. at Dr. Bean's skating rink with a Oweneboro, Ky., April 25. Three dance. A pleasant evening was spent few years has again made .Its ap- - tho only man, now in the senvica who ''Ibea printed, entitled "Lesson) In ' TaxbUrmy." The book is written. In Bvenlsg worship at 7:45 o'okwk, ipeana&ce In this county And the Irult was with Sherman pu the maroli from mules were so badly burned that they by all Those present iwiere: will have to be killed, and about $1,-3Misses Mary Bell, ot Owensboro; ths plainest language artl uiylnmpnnri thesne of discourse, "Paul and Felix." growers are alannwa at tne start It Atlanta oo toe Hea In the year '64. property damage ws done by firs Eleaa Smith, ot Madlsonvilte; Wll-l- ye rustic eoiwaiiy javwea to au :a already made on the orchards. I During those lamentable days of wttU technical terms, wMab. are iboth.-swvJssa by pastor and cburah. whlchoriglnated In the hay-lo- ft WhUe iwalMfig over his orchard a shot and shell, fire and devastation, Smith, Stella Woarner. Beatrice erao$M to the beg tan w and. is few days ago, A. P. Young netleed when the Northern army rwas of the feed stable ot John Ruby, Haynas. Mary Marks, Louise Ph4ftpa, In every detail Any atu-ds- ai Suicide. Iwm ruining his fruit trees log pwttaally uaopjiosed over a on Fredbrlca street. The Alamos, but Katie Pendleton, Mary Spaulding ami that camfulfy follows the diroe-tio- M aad at owe t asploo to the Cent-- stnetch at soostry six tulWs iwldo tor the oKlclest work ot the flreafen Mr. and Mrs, R, T. Collins. Messrs 'book 'Will beoomie proti-cU- nt 'RioWwl, Ky., April la tb ar farnwr aad. (baakUr ysioar of AsrkukiM. He ,wa no-- from AWwrta to the ocean, Artaburn would have wiped out an entire bua- - Will Dunoaa and Mr. Beard, of (a TaaUUroiy, th art of uuwHt- - Rlee, (wH-kow- n y; Estill Park, E. O. Banmw. by shoetlng tlfied 'a few days later that Ki was was drlvtag a six mule teasi. He is I&mb block. As it was bto Uvery log the jMttiKvl aim! fur.bsaiftUgblwla oematlMad sutld4 hhnhMlf UuoM8b tka twad. He waaJSau Jose seale aad that UmnoiHftto now slxtir-si- x wn eU lmt appears stable of G. R. Davis and the hide HoroW iHotbreok, L. T, Riley, He? and aaiawto. stops should b tak to it less than tmcri mqioriy yeans of establWtowat of Graeclager & Dahl Griffin, nimble PMuMetea atU4 O. htful of the W yeara oW. DeiHaaoy la iW The authors we at tb oooUouwhi seryiM - as a wagon-- . wwe threatoaed. 'fftooi sywladtog. T. Burns. New Solftool d Truldenay,, which has have oauwd his rasb act to-da- y ce to-da- y ter-me- - Eliza-bothtow- -- Jt Sub-distri- fu H-r- rv ,, .,,. . 1 00 Farar Coits to-da- y sweop-someUil- ag K.-iBd- mrd Mo-He- ' kww 2lU- - Trmk ifcii It - Afc-J-- fa, . SENSIBLE AMT Ex-Senat- or Young Canadian-Reciprocity Punc- tures Our to toa erected. work. with Canada 1 think our relations We should be on a 'btwlnew sheuld pay ours. Every neelprodtj. agreemafrt represeatB a mwuaderstand lag. Each country thinks It is getting tM best trade, and whin ono country finds out it has cheated ithere comes an ond to reciprocity. Canada Is to do tho Civil Service FeuiM Versus Civil War PeisiM. al. In gottlng rid If you have of your cold you may knbw that you in trouble Relatioas With Canada aro not treating It properly. Thene hang Bus-- Should be Strictly on iness Basis. Young, at Iowa, on Ms way Baat to speak In Boston, gave Cjt 'tlte following stirong interview In St. Louis a fow days ago: iTOc men .who are constantly saying that Canada reciprocity will benefit tho country are those who do not produce any thing affected by true trade asroement. said he. This dn pursuance of the rule that men talk the most about the htlngs they know tho least about. Tho farmer when he talks about reciprocity knows what ha Is talking about. He knows that his prices have .been going down every week during tha past ton months. The hog producer knows that ho is selling hogs at $3 per 100 pounds less than he wa3 selling them a ytor ago. He doe3 not have to road Bpjachos In the Congressional Record to enllgh ten the reciprocity congressman at Ui next election. "Tho farmer complains because the loafers In the cltfes, who refuse to help' hanwsbt his grain at $3 per day, board and railroad fare included aro disposed to meet .with the multitude In 'the cities for the purpose of passing resolutions stating that the farmer's prices are too high. Statesmen' aro 'heard saying the same thing but thoy are Uw ptatasman f rom the cities who never see the farm except when traveling on the clghteen-holimited or in a automobile. It is a little strange that wu'en cotton goes up everybody rejoioes and tho congratulates the cotton grower, but when corn, cattle and hogs go up a great" many millions complain. Tho excuse Is that the farmer produces a necessity and therefore ought toiwork for love. There is a strife going on In America among all classes, each attempting to lower tho prices of the otlrer while-- Increasing tine prices on his awn produce. Such poopfe used to bo called hogs. Now hteyaro callthinkers. Such conduct ed high-bro- w used to bo called selfishndss naw It political passes for onllghtianod economy. 'But there imust bo a reckoning between the city nun and the fanner. One is tho producer and the oLhor tho consumer. or ur sovon-passeng- Is no reason why a cold should on for weoke and It will not If you take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. m For Jlo hy all druggists. i n w American farmer Is absorbing Instead of putting his money in the savings banks. There were about $48,000,000 worth of the glittering gems Imported In 1910, and it Is declared that a of the total was largo proportion bought to adorn the 'wives and daugh agriculturist If ter sot opulent there is any truth in the assertion it affords a fine refutation of the a charge that the Protecoperates to impoverish the tive Tariff American farmer who has long figured as the man who is made the vic tim of an import levied to enable robber baron manufacturers to enrich themselves at the expenses of the tiller of the oll San Francisco Chronicle. Free-tTrad- How the Farmer is Impoverished. And now It Is diamonds that the Gives Aid to Strikers. Sometimes liver, kidneys and bowels seem to go on a strike and refuse to work right. Then you need those Dr. little strike-breakepleasant New Life Pills to give them King's natural aid and gently compel proper action. Excellent health soon follows. m Try them 25c at all druggists. rs The Human Machine. . Prof. Jules Amar recently submitted to tho Academy of Medicine In Paris the results of his study of the man machine. Ho proceeds upon the principle that a man .who oats liberally ought to recuperate in weight every, twenty-fohours. If his weight lessens he works to excess, if his weight Increases he has not expendtad tho maximum effort. Amar found that the human m chine elves a profit of 25 to 35 per cent on the expenditure, but that the best artificial machine returns only 14 per cent. It wiould seem from these experiments, says the Dietetic and Hygenic Gazotbe, that man Is indeed superior to all mechanisms: with the very 3llght exception that he always wastes energy during the first five minutes of .work before regaining his equilibrium. Jt would seem tliat Monday's hunia labor Is the mo3t Inferior and Tuesday the most superior awing to the cu1UI1AVAY LIK1SS LONG HAULS. rious action of Sunday as a rest day, "It is related tliat somie of tho rail- the' Monday lassitude of the French way lines are much in favor of Rec- worklngman is proverbial. And it is iprocity. They want the haul on food found that tho workman who does products. The stocks and bonds of not rest gradually loses his energy, the Canadian railroads have advanced and this is now a subject at keen into the aggregate of millions clncecon terest among scientists. troversy began. A distinguished farAverts Awful tragedy. mer in lowa, whom I live, lias made figures to show tliat the reciprocity Timely advice given Mrs. C. talk has nude a difference in ithewll-In- g of Marengo", Wis., (R. No. value of Iowa, produces now on 1) prevented a dreadful tragedy and vhund to 4ho aggregate Qf $123,000,000. saved two lives. Doctors had safd her Our people aro being oducoUAl. The frightful cough was a "consumption" will not need a postigraduato course-- 1 cough and could do little to help .blame tlio whole hived of tariff re- her. After many iremedlos failed, her formers for bringing about tho pre- aunt urged her to .take Dr. King's sent conditions. After tlio New Discovery. "I have ibeen using It bill was passed, certain insur- for aome time, she wrote "and the gent Uupuibllcana, to kuep themselves awful cough has almost (gone. It also in tho public eye, had to continue saved my little boy when taken with their talk or tariff. They succeeded a severe bronchial trouble." This so wall in. bringing things to a crisis matchless machine has no equal for that now a majority of them ane de- throat and lung troubles. 'Price 50c voting their lives to finding reasons and ?1.00. Trial .bottle free. Guaran m for going back on their own dJCtrlnes teed by all druggists. Tluey brought tho poaplo right . up to tho wall, but now thoy are afraid Langley Endorses Judge O'Rear. to climb over. Hut trust Uuesa shifty Washington April '. A. Representatlv politicians. Thoy liavo crawled out Langley pf Kentucky, y declauvjd of many email holes before, and they himself a supporter of E. C. O'Rear will crawl out again. After the fine for Governor. is over they will Insist that they "Judge O'Rear will get an unpre- holixid to. put out tho Qonfbirratlon, codient' Id vote in the mountains." said "Grantlug the tariff is a selfish Langley. "Sly own vote lu the moun why lws the food producer tains was large, ,but it was not a not. the right to take care of him- patching to the .voto O'Rear will get. self? Why ahould Aim world Ibe tnjaro "When you have rheumatism In your d for a competitor for the producer .and tho world iw denied to those who foot or instep apply Chamberlain's jireh for a competitor in manufactur- Unlment and you mill iget quick relief. It coats but a quarter. Why ed products? American soil products had buffer T For sale by all druggists, m If the roacbed tholr lmllt, thtjro .might bo A Strange Story. some excuse fur onriuhlng Canada ArgyJe, Mich. Mrs. Win. H. fjaraon wR'h our trade, but there is none at ,fcbo present Unto. It Canada Is to In a letter from Argylo, says; "I was invited to furnish pur food, why almost i wild w4th pau in my head, an be spend hundroda of millions wsclalm-ia- g other severe patoa from womanly ferou the arW lands of the West, which bles. After using C&rdul, I obtained IWll. be, too oxuewlve. to aultlvato it great reUof, Furtlier ,uso of C&rdut food nroducta are uwkiolaw? The arid raised me from my bod of. agoay. Car-dsaved my life whoa iwUilng lands are beUig, brought Into the mar peoulo, where foou olso would hetp me". Whether 3r ket to enrich the yroducts are high, Tho farmers' of rlouuly nick, or simply alllag, take V retbe Mliwlsalppl ValUjy are taxpayers, Oardul, the woman' tonic nd their money has 'been used In lieve pain, regulated Irregularities in the AVest, builds weak, norvoun wotoaa tbaek to Jrritfattoa etonpriw druggist about Ask your eitfU'a jrogranw is chang- health. Km tho 4 It. ed and no more irrigation; dams are ur Wll-loughI'ayn-e-Al-drlcto-daul E-2- At a meeting of the Amertean Academy of flltleal and Social Science, held in Philadelphia April 7, Mil the Hon. FrankHa MacVieagh, ffesnetary ct the United States Treasury, advocated a civil service pension te "kwMrnment employes, says the whole civil list Is left without any protection or that it is most important that a pension list ibe estebitWed for the civil employes; that It ie 'absolutely necessary for .the sake of the govterament lteoVf. In the same address the Hon. iMr. MaeVeagh says wo have an enormous Civil war pension list which Is not a credit to us (by us I presume ho means tho government.) 'He saya fur thor that his Hat "never had a scientific or just jbasis;" that It,ha3 lost Its patriotic aspects and has .become a political list. If this Civil war .pension- - list is not a credit to us (the government) it must of necessity Ibe a discredit to us. As to political aspects, ' the civil service employes appointed before the clvttl service law was enacted were appointed to their respective positions almost exclusively Tor political reasons, and after enactment of'eald crvi ' service law and adoption ' of civil senvlco rules requiring oxalmlnatlons of applicants for appointment, fixing eligibility and under President Clove-land- 's last administration, what was known as "his "blanket order" was extenlded to include and prateot the employes In the revenue dopartmient who were not then nor have since .been required to take the examination; wone appointed' and protected for poll tloal ireasons. So much for political astpeats as to civil service employes. Many of the same are yet in tho revenue service in tho Fifth collection These civil senvtae district employes wero applicants for and anxious to secure their respective positions, and why? Because tihe pay is much bettor than obtainable and hour of service shorter than when employed outside ipay running from $600 for to ?2,500 per ytear the lowest-salarie- d and much higher for the hleads of departments, every dollar wonth 100 cents in gold. n fact, however, It is a that comparatively fkiw of these civil service employes ever fcavo anything out of their salaries for the appar ent reason that ithey are secure in their positions, comfortably Jjpusod and with good salaries live off the; fat of the land, or the hest the .market affords. Now let. us step up Hon. Mr. AlacVeagh's Watch Tower (Uncle Sam's Treasury Jepartnient) and with him take a retrospective view of tlue origin of that discredlta-ble(Ciivll war pension list and Its political aspects. looking back to April 18G1, we hear the booming of cannons at Fort Sumter, and Immediately Is flashed pver tho wires the nowa that South Carolina, ihas seceded, declaring that she Is no longer part or parcel of the Floral government, and has declared war( by firing upon the United States troops stationed In JArt Sumter, Immediately after which the lamented, that greatest American, Abraham Lin coln, President, calls for 75,000 volun teers for threo months service ,to quell the rebellion and Immediately thereafter the Growers of other Southern States cotUTvened their Legislatures, which passed resolutions of secession and organizing their military forces tions. Then the lamented President, finding the rebellion of such gigantic proportions, issued his second call for volunteers, this time tor 300,000 and. In response to which many thous and ands of tho first call other thousands came pouring In fron fanm and flraslde, from tho mines and workshops, In fact from overy American vocation the young and mlddlo- aged, those In the .bloom of young American manhood, offering up their Uvea if need bo that tho Union might bo held Intact These men wiere of every political and religious creod, knowing no politi tics, no religion only tho God to have the Union and preserve tho Constitution and for their services the uien, thousands of thorn comfortable, happy liomes and pleasant associations and surroundings and lucrative bus!mes3, received for these sacrifices and magnificent, sum of $12 month, of value In gold about $4.58, or a little leas than $55 per year, and a promise of $100 bounty, which bounty thousande of Many, twy them never received. many, tjhouaanda gave uphclj $H that the government vmight live, awl tho serving comrade of those now in their old age and helplou condition, are thoso who oorajoaas tlw delectan ble and discreditable Civil war list, as the Hon. M. MacV'eeeu '' would cUwe it. Nowt.Mr, MacVoagh which of tkew, your proposed civil son-topeiMte ll&t or tho civil war pewlou lit. e are of the .puraaad unadulterated of patrkvUisn verified, and which we 'of th two to of political aspoota? Bo It to the everlasting shame of to-da- y. well-knowto-tha ?) en-list- ed loav-leavl- ng i&n-aloe E men In high (places' Jwfeo lower themselves .by fetyfeiK to McgrMevd dishonor the mm who by their patriotism and, personal sacrifices of health and in Many imatamcteg tiielr weakh, enable Uie0.,imen In high places to hold their in4etlt portions. THOS. J. DANJBL. Bardstown Junction, Ky., April 18. UNtLt mm calls your attention to a comparative statement of his bank as of March 7, 1911, made to tho comptroller of tho currency, and of same date Makoa note now io get Sty 'a Cneam Dahn If you are trouMcd with nasal 1910, which shows an increase of more than catarrh, hay leyer or cold In the head It Is purifying and soothing to the sensklve membrane that lines the It la made to overcome the disease not to fool the patient by a short, deojptlve relief. fThioire March 7, 1911. !March 7, 1910. Is no cocaine nor mercury In It. nESOURCES. wrccmrmnrcs Do not bo talked- infto taking a substitute for Ely's Cream' Dahn. All Loana and Discounts.... $ 754,763.71 Loans and Discounts ..$ 837,937.34 708.92 G40.39 Overdrafts drugglsts'sell it. Price 50c Mailed by Overdrafts Pro- U. S. Bonds and Ely Dros., 5C Warren Street, New U. S. Bonds and Pre. "231,905.91 mlums 131.146.53 fnlums York. '' Banking House, Furni- Banking House, Furni20,000.00 22,000.00 ture and Fixtures .. ture and Fixtures .... Sheriffs Sale. $80,465.90 Cash $69,850.08 Cash By virtue of execution Number 322, I Due from Due from directed to me from the Ohio Circuit Banks Banks t Court Clork'fl oftlco in favor of the and U. and U. McConmlck Harvesting Machine Co., 178450.33 97,684.43 157.033.11 87,183.03 S. Treas. S. Traag. against II. M. la n drum and S. my I. I or one of Landrum. $1,268,702.50 $1,115,583.71 deputies will offer at public LIABILITIES. LIABILITIES. outcry at the Court House door In $ 250,000,00 $' 250,000.00 Capital Stock .. .. Hartford, Ky., .between tthe hours of Capital Stock 6,500.00 2,600.00 Surplus Fund Sunplus Fund 1 and 4 o'clock p. m. tho folio wjlngdes 12,594.68 7,916.23 Undivided Profits .. .. Undivided Profits crlbcd land, or so much thereof to 230,000.00 180000.00 Oixwulation Circulation make Plaintiff's debt, Interest and cost 770,607.82 675.167.C1 Deposits Deposits and lavied on as the property of R. M. Landrum and S. I. Landrum,to-w$1,268,702.50 $1,116,583.74 The west half of a parcel of land of all bank in the town of Rockport, Ohio Coun- QQ PA PAn4 rowing too failuresof are caused by employes bor- much the bank's capital. NONE ty, Kentucky, known as lot Na 105 on town plot, and bounded as fol- of the employes in the $150,000.00 In One Year - ' ' i tfs r U: I cr VClll lows:- Beginning of said at the Southwest corner lot on Churoh Street and States (National Make Bluff Street; thence E. 10 N 80 feet can borrow one cent out of that bank. your banking home. 4t will loan you money or pay interest 'on time to a stake on Church Street; thence deposits. W. 10 S. 80 to a stake on BluEf street DIRECTORS. 0 thence S. 10 E. 184 feet with Bluff E.T.Franks, J. W. McCulloch.J. T. Griffith, John Thixton.C. E. Birk, street to the beginning.. Being same J. J. Sweeney, Lawson Reno, Henry Wile, Dr. Aretaeus Kirk. lot conveyed to S. I. Landr.um by the-Unite- United States National Batik Laura A. Culbertson, September 1st, and reconded in Ohio County Clerk's Office, Deed Book No. 2G, pag 333. Levied on as the property of S. I. Landrum .by going upon said real estate and notifying said S. J. Landrum of this levy. Terms of sale: Tho above described property will bo sold upon a cred it of three months, with lnterostnt the rate of 6 per cent, with approved bond. This November 19, 1910. T. H. BLACK, Sheriff. By S. 0. KEOWN, D. S. 39t3 1904, 100 Bushels of Corn Per Acre Easy ( r The above yield can be made by using the best fertilizers in addition to your best seed selection,, proper planting,. and thorough working crop.; - Judge O'Rear the Logical Candidate. (Lexington Jjeader.) The developments of the past week have confirmed the Leader in its declaration that Judge O'Rear lla the choice of the Republican masses of Kentucky for Governor, and that the State Committee made a tactical blunder in calling the State convention ten days after the Democratic primary election. Tho response to Judge O'Rear's announcement and declaration of prinl-plhas been most gratifying and from all parts of Kentucky comes assurances of enthusiastic auppont. Tine list of splendid Republicans and Independents whohavodecilaredfo him in Louisville is the best answer possible to the occasional objection that the conservative tpeoplo of tho cities think Judge O'Rear too radical. The element that wants to defeat Judge O'Rear without caring who wins, bases its hope on tho multiplicity of candidates, as no ono named against him could hope to win in an leven contest, (but we do not believe enough men can bo put into the field to beat him. Democratic newspapers have taken up tho suggestion tliat the convention that is now assured, be called juat before or after .tho primary, thus putting the Democratic tickets and platform in tho field before itihe Republicans make the first move. This is just what Iwe feared when we protested that our State committees had blundered In sending the party to tho roar of tho poiticnl proTho Democratic committee cession. floundered about several months with out knowing its ojvn mind, .hut now it baa tJhj decided advantage In treble poallton. All Judge O'Rear's friends favored an early convention and the ojpatetio.na combined to show lis strength by calling a later convention titan the Republicans of Kentuxiky have ever had. Judge O.'Roar become) more than aver the logleal Republican nominee because .he. was tho first candidate of either party to formulate a botupre- h,nljve detonation of principles which are eartaLn to (bo largely embodied in tM Wo party (platforms, Judg O'Rear blaaa! the way and with him as the Republican standard-bae- r Jt raatUiw little whea our Democratic frionds meet to declare thalr platfomn, as Me beet tttey eaa do will ie to ratify the irIaelikM &umwated by aim whan he announced his, candidacy for . Governor. es plat-fornm of-th- e ' -- Use High-Qra- da ., v ' VirginiaCarolina Fertilizers (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 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, Va. Atlanta, Ga. Savannah, Ga, Columbia, S. C. Durham, N. C. Alexandria, Va. Charleston, S. C. Baltimore, Md. Columbui, Ga. Montgomery, Ala. Memphis, Tenn. Shreveport, La. Wintoa-Saleta,N.- WglniaCafolina I I Joives BraovdU PURE ANIMAL MATTER MANUFACTURED BY . I FERTILIZERS t to I Jones Fertilizer Co, LOUISVIL,LB, KIY. FOR 8ALE BY to to & to to to r :rCA'i., irVVV The Produce Mas W. B. EL.L.IS, . i. HARTFORD KY. lrf - '.pf.A- i" .... mtw ,w. The AsiaaH oh the Farmers. The lnrttaa Self-Satisfi- ed Committees. your interests St lioulu Live Stock Exchange a protest n gainst the under- "I Suffered Years With My Back." I" 0 f t ? 4 I I r y Jr tf j "i j i 1 II A J r? f h Backache resulting from weak thing whkh' the farmer produces. kidneys, a Bad cold or other cause, liTvl iTTWWI a We. This actio ' by the BKt rahvrs la usually renders the suSerer unfit mjJttiia.-- i For Infants and Children. "I send them weekly every Item of Jttat what eubt to hafe been expect- for work and often results in per-news in my church, and then they c SO oc 40. per cent lesfl ed. .They disability. manent v carirplck out what they want to for thidr products than tlicy klltl last "I suffered for years with my id You must uso "business methods November. That was tho month In back, or kidney trouble, and have which tho Democrats won their big in the churches (today. A wide awake tried a number of remedies from victory, .by which .they havo gained different physicians. business man will always advertise. More than a ... A' 'wide alwake church will do the cotrbl of tho House of Representa-ttoe- a year ago, one'of our local druggists ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT, i same: and havo roducdd tho RcpubllcaE induced me to try ANcgclablcPrfparallonrorAs-'- j e. ''Advertise your church and you com lata in tno senate to a very small siraiiaungineiooiianiiKcguia Anti-Pai- n Pills Dr. Mites' Mf tw fE' linfjUic Stomachs MdBowkof pelPthe people to com'e In. If 1 had Tho reduction In meats .began a . " money . would. put a display au in lltitlo .earlier than "November, for Dem- and after using them some three i decided improvethopaper evry woek and tJl the ocratic success was foreseen trior to months I found a ment in my kidneys, and I am glad world ihat I am trying to do tie election. But the election sjit to say that I hope soon to be fully Prornoics Diieslionflite rfii prices down faster and farther. tho peoplo In my neighborfor restored to health." J. P. Allen, ncss and Rcst.Contalns neither 1 And hood." row the Democrat's fram-o- d City Court, GlasgowKy. Opium.Morpmnc norrhacraL , anotliv.IT assault on the formAs long as pain is present in any NOT NARCOTIC. Do Ghosts HauntSwamps. ers. The bill to put meats and scores is impossible never. Its foolish to fiar a ot other articles on: tho (free list, part of the body rest becoming weakened JticfacfOMDcSMnmUBR many of which tho fanner produces, and the system fancied evil, when there are real and is exposed to any form of disease to deadly rerlls to guard against in will further diminish tho agriculturjUxJOM which the sufferer may be inclined. swamps and marshes, bayous, and low ist's Income. Tho .bill will pass tho AihiSttd Pills Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n lands. Tb-sHouse by an Immense majority, and are tho malaria germs by steadying the irritated nerve' It may go through tho Senate A measll'mSerd' that cause ague, chills and f aver, weak ncss, aches in the bone3 and muscles ure on these lines, but pnciba.bly much centers, make refreshing sleep poshutofteatltmr. 1 Jiff more sweeping will bo euro to be en- sible, thereby enabling the body to and may lnduco ckadly typhoid. But "r Apcrfect Remedy for Consfif: recover lost strength. As a remedy Electric Hitters destroys and casts acted should this one fall in the Reiionoour3iuiuacii.uiui'. publican Senate or iby a veto ot tho for pain of any description Dr. out these vicious germs from the 'VYorms.Com'Ulsions.loxnsnAnti-Pai- n Pills are unsurMiles' ?Wtt Republican president If this Demoblood. "Three bottles drove all the nessamlLosSOFbLEEP. passed. DOT crats should carry tho country In 1012 malaria from my system," wrote Wm. guarSold by all druogtst under a Facsimile Signature or Frotwell, of Lucama, N. C. "and I've The Democrats last fall jnado their antee assuring the return of the price cry of the first box If no benefit results. this had' fine health ever since." Use campaign on a free raw materials MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. NENVYORK. safe,, sure remedy only COc at all drugand as they won the election they 3 m gists, naturally inferred that they had ibocn S5f given a mandate to carry out that ,'Ladies Must not Read. policy. Under Repu&lican saay tho of tho county had paid off the Gray, to celebrate tho fiftieth anuaranlced. dcrlneTbodJ farmers spauo Suj their mortgages and had become ln- - niversary of the .battle In- connec- -. irroanoC ui.iu uuronqndau uj, loq Exact Copy of Wrapper. dependent of tho money changers. tlon with a "Homo Coming Week," tmi ciNToun lounn, tw o errr. 'pt&u. ueii uo puma oi ptiu. onjs ji Monday, They rolled up big .balances in the at Phllllppl, beginning on ' 'avousiuos ;j ro io2 p.ous .wwni av Saturday, ' bank, bought automoblku, and drss-c- d May 29, and ending on Certainly not the Tariff. .pccuiic suu. ousi uiPod. siqjj and housed themselves better they June 3. 'Suitr paper cites the price A Free-TraThis is the first celcibration of this had over done In the past. But the of beef In El Paso, Texas, and in -- jirj t; oi syujo ue. joSuai h.oa mon will Democratic wavo which swept the nature in West Virginia and Juarez, Mexico, across the Rio Grande country in 1910 also swept a largo part prove of great .interest to ithe veterans Aoue u jo pupi iscoj oifj s03 oqs jt the effect of the Tariff AM)II profits and they have more of the civil war, epeclally tihsose who as evidence of food. Says this remarof their on the cost of -- inos mo sp puj iijav otis ioq noX tng difficulty in making ends meet than participated in the memorable enkable source of light and leading: aoui they have experienced since the panic gagement which marked the openBng One pound of sirloin steak, in El a ou u2no pus Snitfltrmios svn of 1892,4 which began when Cleveland of hostilities between the land forces A man who has n vrcck and impaired stomach and who does not Paso costs 13 cents; Just across the uEuio.tt v ssjjJo.M 2irirA"uc s.ejeqi ji entered office the second time, and of tho Union and Confederate armies, properly digest his load will foon find that his blood has become Rto Grande in Juarws 5 cents buys ' ' Lampoon. weak unci impoverished, and that his whole body is improperly and which did not disappear until! tie many of the survivors of which have pound steak. The Tariff is 11-- 2 insufficiently nourished. allroady signified their intention of a Itepublclans resumed sway in 1J97. Do you know that of all the minor cents a pound. Nopv, what do the farmers tfhlnEc of being present for the entire week of Dr. PIERCE'S GOLD EX KEDSeTZL DISCOVERY On the face of the figures, the Tar- ailments and colds are by far the most makes tho stomach strong, promotes the flow oT the fairy tales which tho Democratic the celebration. account for S 2 dangerous? It is not the cold itself di&eative lulces, restores the lost appetite, makes Assurances have been given, .that the iff cannot possibly politicians told them in 1910? The 10 that you need to fear, but the Eorlous assimilation perfect. Invigorates the liver and will cents out ot the total difference of Democrats Tea&td tlfe cry or "high President of the United States parities and enriches the blood, it j the ilrcst blood'inaher, cents. What ex.iila.lns 85 per cent of diseases that dt often leads to. Most tlesh'builder and restorative nerve tonic. It makes men cost of living," and dtjclartid .that bo present on Jure 3, if (possible, .when of these are known as genm diseases. strong in body, active In mind and cool in Judgement, the Increase over Mexican prices would be reduced if a D.tno- - while other men of natloral promi this boundary is crossed? Pneumonia and consumption are They nence will attend during the week, the International This "Discovery" is a pure, glyceric extract of American medical rootsT catfc Congress were chosan g drugs. All it absolutely (ree from nlcohol and all injurious, Hoosevelt, Tho Tariff cannot bo held responsible among them. Why not takj Champretentkd that the farmer would have including Col. Theouonj dif- berlain's Cough Remedy and cure your ingredients arc printed on its wrappers. It has no relationship with secret Governor for more than 15 p:ir cent of tho Clank, Speaker Champ cheaper shoes, clothing and everynostrums. Its every ingredient is endorsed by the leaders in all the schools of cold while you can? For sale by all Hon. ference, at the utmost. medicine. Don't accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this thing else which he had to buy, and Glasscock, of West Virginia, quality in druggists. m It looks like a case of Ask your neighbors. They'must know of remedy op known composition. at the same time that he would re- William Jennings Bryan, Congress tho meat, together with generaally many cures made by it during past 40 years, right in your own neighborhood. high prices for man Richmond Pearson Hqbson, and ceive the existing ways of World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.V. Pierce, Prcs., Buffalo, N. Y. It is Not Fair Trade. primitive and antiquated what he had to sell. And a sufficient many o'jhers. working and doing .business in the reUnder the proposed Canadian number of fanners believed this itale land of Diaz 'and the insurrectos. ciprocity the farmer Is asktd to let " Terrible Train of Troubles. to turn the scale In tho election. In Cleveland Leader. everything that he sells comes In Lake Charles, La. Mrs. E. pour-nie- r, what madness was the Massachu the agricultural districts of tho North ' free and t .poay a duty on everything setts idea, making the farmer stll h. s "The 516 Klrby street says: "West, iwhere thlo Republican, This? How's and Ladies' Save Kouey and Keep in. ! that he buys.. If that is a fair trade, food products to you In. a Free-Tra- de could party had its chief strength hereto- month before I took Cardui I Style by Reading McCall's We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- then we are mistaken.. "Tama" Jim markot and buy your manufactured fore enough votes were turned to hardly walk. I had backache, head- ward for any case of Catarrh that and Using McCall Patterns Magazine d and If Wison knows It is the Democrats to give them tho ascen ache, nain In my less, chills, fainting cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh he were not a member of the official goods in a Protected market; and the FcCiffa K.Itllnenill has spells sick stomach dragging feelings Cure. P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Idea, making the manCummins Iowa dency. And now the inevitable liclp you dress ttfCAlLS MAGAZINE family in Washington bis clarion ot a niodcnto sell his goods to you In come to hand, The farmers have Ibeen and no patience or course. Since .tak- Ohio. v? rcE.eby kcepluc ling to ufacturer voice would have no uncertain buy your Free-Trad- e Cojrdul, I have no moro pain, and market and v u iiostcd on llio injured Instead of benefited. While ing We, the undersigned, have known F it. Dut the rest of the Io'wa farmers a l'.ut fssbloita In products In a Protected market. And .the things which they buy feel good all the time." Take Cardui J. Cheney for the last Jo years, and (liHUci and bats. 60 some of are not in the same related to poll-tic- s. hdw the mugwump preas fomented peculiar Ntn J'aihlon Dcslpni re-- y and get the benefit of the In have ibeen lowered In price, the believe him perfectly honorable lu en b iuc. Al o Cedar Rapids Republican. compared with that herb ingredients, which have been all business transactions, and finan Mtlui. lo Informatiuu fervor of highly mod this duction is trivial bon.o vf high mi! ciaucrs.auit unir twomanjy ills. ern and moral Massachusetts and m tui which has taken place in the articles found so efficient for carry out any obllga cially able to Blind Dizzy Spells. lot. f jear Incluilme and eells. His Other people have done the testing tlons made by his firm ly righteous and "progrebslve" Indian -which the farmer raises a fnv pailcru. t'HJay or seud Wilmington, N. C Mrs. Cora L. Wisconsin, Iqwn, and Kaiioas! 'Ho.v .. condition la far worse than it was You profit by .their experience. Try Tin WALDING, KINNAN & MARVIN, rm iybiniiril ftr fitotstr.plocopy. place: "I the Mephistopheb-- s laugh e been it. previously, ills market has Wholesnlle Druggists, Toledo, O. Rltter, writes from this McCll Pltro "ou to make In your i'l narrowed to the extent in wlhich mills onulimno nllliyxirounli. nds ilotbini;fi)r Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in- used to have blind dizzy spells, and ed in his sleeve, and said, under his courseu ami cuunrrn nc... - i wmuuiK.-in.ii- . deover me. breath, "The Idiots! i'vt got Vni now! have boon closed through fear of The Handicap of the Grouch. In stylo aud r.t Vtu r m.- o IMshcr lluu 15 ternally acting directly upon tho blood weak cold spells went all cents Send for fri'i 1 J..ITI (tialoauo. ell mo And he- - has g3t them, in tho Canastructive Democratic legislation. All goes through the and mucous surfaces of the system. Different doctors could not We Will Cm You Fico Prc:ot for rottlnc Tho man who legislation of tho past half a cn-- , Price 75c. what was wrong. After .taking oardul dian agreement. jcurrl ui's. Somlforlrco free. the world with a grouoh, who Is always Testimonials sent Vtc niltim t ai. lnruc mill n a Pnzo Otrf r. I am all right and in better health tury which has benefited tho funnier watching for an opportunity to "get per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. The biter is bitten. Hear MassachuTHE McCUl CUSirANV. 239 le 249 Wirt 37lS St. tVt VORC reme- setts, whose sectionalism Is moro than In any important degree has .been square with somebody whom he thinks Take Hall's Family Pills for con- than for 10 years." Cardui Is a dy for women which has been used all else to blame for ths crisis in m placed upon the statute book by tho has done him an injmw, is at a groat stipation, by wpmon for nearly a lifetime- - H American industrial history and Ainer The Republicans disadvantage eaya Orison Sweet Mardei Republican party. now pleading Tariff nollcy has placed mills In every In "Success Magazine" The desire for When Writing The Republican. prevents the unnecessary pains of fe lean politics; hear community and thus has given the revenge Wo again. b?g to call attention to male troubles, such as headache, back- for the life of her Gloucester fishsystem like a leav acts In the farmer a profitable market close to en of ipolson, crippling the train pow those who send us news ibjma for ache, dizziness, dragging down feel ing industry. And hiar tho great and Try It financial measgood InsuigWis of the .Middle West his own home. Their No publication that in (i.iery instance ings, etc. er and inducing ununnpluwes. swearing in disillusioned wrath as ures brought every dollar of the coun- one can do his best when ho has you must sign your name to your letHer Bashful Beau. they realizo that In tho general try's currency up to tho gold lovel, an unkind feeling or resentment in ter. The namo will not toe .printed, of American Industries which and havo kept it up to that line. his heart toward his fellow but we have to know .the" auChloT In An intensely bashful young man was By Its homestead acts the Republican order to protect oursleves. We haw driving one eenlng i.vlth a young they Instigated, theirs aro the first McCall PATTERNSperfect fit, simplicity and Celebrated or Kyle, We are always prejudiced against . reliability nearly 40 yejrs. Sold in nearly party gave free lands to millions of those who havo the reputation' of be- spoken of this matter btrfore. ana lady whom ho had been calling on to be kd to the stake! U every city and town in the United State and persons and have peopled the waste ing grouchy, or who are of a tsusplcl-ou- s hereof ter any thine that comes tluxiugh for somo tlmo previous. Tho stillness in this country Is a part- P Canada, or by mall direct. More cold than any other make. Send tor free dialogue. silgnwl will find of the evening and the beauty ot nership In which every ptcson enually fipaces of the West. Agricultural coldisposition. Thoso people make tho mail and Is ntat McCALL'S MAGAZINE leges and experlmont stations are the very few friends and are not good tho shortest route to thle valste bas-ku- t. tho scene around him inspired his patrlcplates in ono way or another. tnaratinc million a month. Invaluable. The Republican is always glad courage and Sitting etifly erect "and Protection is for all, or it la for none. creation of tho Republican party, as "Mixers." They often live lonely est styles, patterns, drcssroaVInc, mUlinerj, any itwn of interost for with his fac efomvard, he abked sud- Protection Is either a unit or a ciana the rural delivery routes also etiquette, (rood itorles, etc. Only 60 centt a and sometimes totally inplated lives to liamo no denly: pher. which place the farmer in the remote jear (worth double). Including a free pattern. especially as they advance in years. puibllcatlcn, but tD.ust the above Subscribe today, or (end lor (ample copy. "May I kiss you?" districts in closu touch with the great No employer wants such people tice Willi be adhered io. ' wondebfui. inducement: a. "Surely," whe coyly replied. ,..twc nm. nut because of around him. Ho knows they are 5ISSS. ctU,08ue The Only Voters Who Favor It. I, "Aw," ho said, his face scarlet and foolish pique tho farmers last No- not business-setter- s friend makor RJeputblf-oa- n FOR FLETCHER'S J. VolstAid, nepubllcau fHE McCAU CO, i to W W. S7th su NSW YOEK Andrew larruping his horses to a run, "aw, vember turned against tho contrary, thoy frequently Democratic ers; on the m.iib?r from Minnesota, came to ills I was only foolin.'" Llppincotfs. I ianty and placed a and make drive away customers m old Dewey quarters yesterday after a 'House In powa. "he reduction of 30 trouble anions tho other employees. Protection is a Unit or a Cipher. visit among his farmer constituents. Advertising Churches. for everyor 40 per cent in tho prices In business. If people are not trtfiited The Canadian agreement iwas about "Mine Is altogether an agricultural uis Tho Rev. Dr. Christian F. Relsn-oe- r, thing which they sell is thn penalty civilly they do not take Into consid BUCKBEE'S BULBS SUCCtCDI ' expected from trict." salld Volstea'd, "and I took of Grace, Methodist chuixih, what wo might hai wbtah thoy are paying for their SPECIAL OFFER: A eration that tho clerks and those New istor fitongly adrvocatcd the all the Tariff events .which iwent im- pains to find out wliat the farmwrs f ....4 .a l.nlia K. lll.hfn.. York, Democrat. who wait upon than may bo ill or f txiU will mk you a permwentor eu. 1 adTOrtlslng by churches mediately btfore it, "Whatsoever yo think of reolDroclty. I can truthfully . t nm.. katLfAntlnnmiirantMid rout expect courtesy and employment of They I 1L tlr3. ' iuuccuaJU m.. i.m ' at the annual Now England conference sow, that shall ye also reap" And say that thoy are opposed to some wJ aouTenir - o.ii The most common cause of lnsomnl obliging, kindly treatment. Carabridge, what a sowing to, the wind there might add that they aro using I .It mi.U. h.JUhl Mil IWiU Uwwl, ru.. Ujv te "dfeiordera of stomach. Chamber. .l Everybody wants to get away from of the Mothodlst churcht Tablets cor"fcn.i-.i-a.,i 1I. aata.l.W tta ' had been ibeforo tho arrival of this rnrhor fitronar lanouaxo about it. Tho B,,,amiM Mate., a fow days ago. lain's Stomach and Liver al g the cranky, anq a fow jj;XJrSiSJf ZZ Iwl w4 tua BjHUitti, "Doa't only voters who favor It The lesson is: your churches in the whlrlwlndl disorders and enable you pereon. "Advertise rect these Ye do not like people iwho i .1.. t.liiuo wYtn IKln-l- r fKaf ivim y all drugnawsnapera and keep In touch with unchajnthe vagrant llghtming unless to eleep. For sale are out of tune with tho world they m "igftiTaB SSS-S- " " you hfive a contract witu it not sago of the reciprocity proposition will I newsamner men." he said. gists. --.nil's live In. also li.'UMMtaMM.M.UHiUiiii - lit. ,.!... aik trmAukviit kij t..i.l.. itnmA ohpannft -rr- - "",." ..i ww of to strike your own granaries." WMirii lirUJVV .k k , Dr. Relsner gave illustration " " "' :Iiurgeacy has oeen fashionable for some oUier commodlUes that they IJf-JitfS'i:- u . y m his services on To Celebrate First Battle. John W. Slckotemith, Greensboro, how fio advertised Bf pmuwtii wmmw.iu wia buy at the stores. The far--. an. Insurgent liave to throe, children and Mteamoet billboards, In newspapers la afreet some time back. To be land Pa., ""r" "T7 "" l BUflMIM fcw waa'fo ibe In the UnHoltght and a can mer xloes not think UuIb, and la la eomajwaoratloa of the firstwhich cMWrehas they frequeatly take jaold. cars and by means of circulars. t" m Ri4i iw ptm prlees for what ha has ' angRfcneat of the eivlf war, d, didikte for the adoration and flattery about jMffKfKf XtZte k n. Wi MMmPW to a great mstake," lie cough 'It Barbour "We have tried eoveral kinds of occurred at Phllllpo!. W to sell, 1 am not ciirtlclsln tle "for clergymea to Weep aloft of th tavportkig says, "but have never county, Va., (now AVt Virginia) on medicine," he but I cannot overlook the newspapermen, and refewe to bo aaifawil eosiuaonsenso and common found, any yet that did' tfcem as much from the morning of the third day of June,, good gods wish to extrAoaa of the best people in my Why, evwyibedy roads Justin ".Wluwu the Intbrvlftwed. m Chamberlain's Cough are now. miae ioi they flmt make, inad." Awl tttdtrkt." Waaiiton Voi. to d " yonv.-waHhi For sale by by all ikutlte.. jtuute for a reualoa of the 'Btao'awl; self-satisfirtib-llsh- iJ tie wood bill which prqpoacs to placo on d many other free lfet mtaiUs rig-ur- Ex-Jud- Kentucky newspaA Northeaster per remarks that tho cltlacns of Ha town ar6 "tho easiest pleased and moat wrttatled" of any It 1ms uver known. Kentucky has too many towns populatln is made up oof thosiamoson citizens. Under such of circumstances it Id not surprising that nuwsiwpera which devote a large share of thWr space to boosting their rcspec occasionally grow lvo commumlWes sonvawhat weary of (the effort and glvo utterances to some tuch expression as that quoted in the foregoing. There are wry few towns that are so good that they connot bo mado bdtter. no body had muah respect for '.ho "chronic kicker," but It Is abetter toliaiveafow kickcre in a nuiiUciualty than a satis fied papulation which docs not care to see tho town grow and rather resents the coming of now enterprises and new Inhabitants as a disturbing element to tho general satisfaction and somnolonc of tho community. It is quite the nat ural thing for a wd.vspaper to herald tho praises of Its habitat. The amorage fidltiir Is a mrozreeslvc and outimlsttc Individual who wants to see his town improve and who beioves in civic betterment all along the line. Most newspapers are consistent boostensjbut the game .becomes fearfully monotonous 't. a town which persistently refuses to be boosted into any semblance of enterprise or improvement. Contentment is a- good theme for poets to write about, but it Is a word thaifc has noplace In the municipal dictionary. Contented men do not ac complish much and contented comniu-- J nltles are doomed to dry rot It is not a wiholesome sign when the citizens of any town are satisfied with things as they are. Courier-Journa- l. wle advwrtso in this important ftgeacy. They will always treat you g tertrly If you glvo them reason for so. Why, I never could get aeon greW-Io- n in my New York church did IwH get (the newspapers on my do-lu- yd must before the public "" ' ' ' 'nw .Hi', , ""71 CASTORIA I'wkTI rwl The Kind You Have Always Bought ....... Bears the Signature of W f. iV ' In ?m -- Use 3 - For Over wm .! Thirty Years CASTORIA ypJ de The Fountain Head of Life Is The Stomach t habit-formin- time-prove- n one-side- st.,1-pl.- cut-thro- at -, bnb-uri'- ji E-2- 2. I I WF 9 Fnee-Trnd- ii 1. hr 'c X -- E-2- 3. sac-rlfl- cn in. I ... , Chliaren Cry sFig'V C ASTO R A in. i ( BULBS nTTi be m. W u.-- aAdtTlKA Rh&VBatA. fault-findin- over-critic- ijwin "-- ... .... -- i.i- k?m-Wr.??JT'lV!2?2S'J ... . coa-eern- ed " donl-Unue- orowd-dn8urge- HCy Hwy. t dejy , gjp9 S) "Wtf ' 1 a woman on the tage to hokl his hod and Mead him off . he fall. Hie asxt morning hie was dead. ttw. to taw at Baton irteor THAT WAS REAL "Actor' Ave a cons'.Mt tteed for nn&r ttfffcltk. The He ww9 to be the roar f artilperson. Imprfeenattog the corpeo may the small Ws lery, the rattlo of C. M. BARNETT J ..tdlton ami PreprMoti bowovw his palate tlok-Icand the ftaaatag detofiatiow of tho Instances of Exhibitions of not NEY FOSTER J Mmc Mofta, Dinging tho role of J. smokeless .powder. Juliot In New York somte yMwrs ago, Rare Courage. aic wants to bo the last desperato to gavo a tjyptaal instance of this. In Address all eommunlcationfl oharge upon tho' batteries, sabring lay oa the bkr light the last set Tbe Hartford Republican. hlmsvlf at tlw guns. guard that Thespians who Kept- - Audiences ly clad and pretendlsg to be comatoeo He wants to be the roar Our Warehouse is Loaded With From an open door Bosnewhcro off 40. braVSly "covers thw irotixftt and . the fo- OiaJBa'bilt the stage em ley December draft While Suffering Great .23. smashing attack of the reserves CUB9od itacH upon. her. defeat into rout which turns She felt herself freozling and fore Physical Fain. He wants to ibe the dead and dying FRIDAY, APRIL 28. saw the possibility of pneumonia and who liava yield on tho field of ibattlo death. She actually caught a severe ed up their Ihvs as a last sacrifice to ANNOUNCEMENT. New York, April 26 Stage hiurots it bronchitk .that silenced hot for three countries. Wo are authorized to announce Hon their beloved d fine, weeks at the coat of many thousands appenre are of two kinds,-thdie ratmts to be the W. S. Dean a candldato for (painting his countless swashbuckling gentleman ofHhc play of dollars; and yet she lay motionto the office ot Representative correspondent will and tho actor behind the trappings. less and nover dreamed of saving perla the next General Assembly of Ken- acts of licrolsni in words that According to Rupert Hughes, many haps her life by the simple1 expedient tucky, subject to the action ol the never penlslu to be the commission a fluffy little soubrette has to do sun of sitting up and shouting: Shut that 1H0 wants Republican party. I that negotiates lace with honor, dry heroic stunta and dooaUiom cheer door "It was only this last sieason. when t Jastly, 'he wants to betho grand ful to and playing . Tie battle between Ollle James and review at thoclosoof this war standTheie Is Sam Bernard, for" instance Miss Henrietta Crosman, who declares that the hardest thing Sham received word of her father's Paynter Is likely to be fought ing silently dn front of the Senator went stand, ealuting himself as ho march ho ever had to do was to eat "a dish death Just before the curtain out fit long range. pinning medals of honor of sharhnrt." every night In "Nearly a up. She Kept hor own grief out of es past, and The Republican Insurgents In the to his dauntless .breast. Hero." He Boems to think it Justi- the author's comedy until the third soem to ibelleve act, rahien she had to read UiIb sen United States Senate Have colonel wants. fied the title of the ipieVse. , That is hat the that the tall should "To be shot on the field of battle" Is "I had (to eat it eight times a. tence aloud from a letter. Now that In the doctrine by They in wag the dog. jonly one of the minor incidents ci week with apparent relleh,"'hojnoans your poor dear father Is deal and . lorHJ That's real acting that It And every hi3 grava crcot ambition. Jew 4arc The opposition to Judge O'Rcar Is his the au I World flelor has isome pot aversion, 'that gives "Then she broke down, but growing beautifully less as the days merest him a trying moment on the stage. dience took her tears as the so by, and It Is now practically oer-ta- Protests From all Parts of the Joe Weber, (for Instance, hates can realism. that he will be nominated by ac"Some yeans ago Marlon iManola Country. dy. Jt gives him a frightful headache We We clamation. evwy performance from) thio Presi- But in one of the first (burlesques ho mataged to play No onie could gather though she every p without a break-dow- n With the Fordsvllle Banning Com- dent's statement that there was any had to at nearly a pound at spent her spare hours at tho beduldo soil, pany and Centrtown Deposit Bank popular opiiosltion to this 'bargain at formanoe. "You can't substitute properties. of her little daughter, who was under again in operation, financial condi- all, and yet It is notorious that from candy between going an operation that might result Animal tions in Ohio County ought to be all parts of the country there are com He had to mash the period protests against his thumb and forefinger and nothing In blindness and during this Ing the most vigorous greatly improved. well was compjlled to make an of tine agreement by but the real article would do. The she should make the ratification journey to attend, the funeral The coming legislature run of the burlesque shortened be Congress, of her only brother and get back for eome needed amendments to the presof a weekly Journal cause the canidy scene couldn't; be ou In one issue tho matinee. ent school law. It is deficient In nqw .before us wia count no less hnn and he couldn't go on playing it. '.many particulars and unfair in sev"A few years ago, in an English "Almost everybody has seen the and let ninety-tw- o oiposin'g todltcrlals WE CAN LOAD YOUR WAGON ANY DAY AND of play, 'Boys Together,' the hero was eral of its provisions. ters clipped from the newspapers In hungry' farmer gobble a hugoBlioe nillaln's left supposed to transfix the , ' Acres. It seems that our ifiriond Jim Ed--- all parts of tho United States north turkey in Share necessity FoW people hand to a table while he forced him YOUR LOAD WILL MAKE YOU MONEY. for, gating having trouble of his awn. of the Ohio. The National Grange know that the wards is turkey eight times a week for years to sign a confession. One night he Just as be thought he had the Demo- and the American Society of Equity, really did it. Thevilllan Mr. Cynds, cratic nomination for Lieut. Gover-u- which represent hundreds of thous hanslessl.v ruined the digestion of the spoke his lines, signed his name and was lucky enough to play in. his Test pocket, three tothcr ands of farmers, nre officially ami wretch who fainted .when the curtain fell An ac candidates announce for that position most vigorously protesting, and In the part. He tried slcies of, angel differ tor In Paris received a bullet wound Iowa where the ".Movement" began, food cake, but that made little from his own city. In the breast not long ago, and he this general Issue is previentlng the ence because it was supposed to be played on to the end of the act. The majority of the Republicans in election of a Senator. grew hyster turkey, and his stomach "An earthquake shook the theater tie National House of Representa- Farmers throughout the whole coun ical. voted against the reciprocity in San Jose when Miss Florence Robtives wary Charlie Ross had trouble, with his try are proteating-WIrtua- lly agreement when it passed that body was ipalylng my play. The TransAmerican farmer except a very few teeth for almost a whole season. Sam erts formation, Memories of the San Franweek. This seems to place the last who, we are ashamed to say, have nerve disease, I belUive. He has been Democratic tag on this document, oven cisco cataclysm started a stampede, been bought up by advantages Which on the stage and ktaH the audience though it was arranged by a RepubMiss Roberts quieted the audi they hope for in the sale of same lo- hqaling many a night when he could but lican president. on ac- ence by a few words and then went scarcely kirp the tears back cal farming specialty. on with .the role. Dispatches from Washington state Nor are the farmers alone raising count of the pain In his face. I've ing which .was most highly appreciatNO CREEK "It was Eddie Foy, wliose buffoongovernor WlllsonJs writing let- - their voices in protest. The fact is seen the tears ooze out ot his eyes that ss protest- the moment he was out of jsight of eries were interrupted by the Iroquois B. Bod-so- n, ed. There wore 52 present. The bunt April 25. Mr. and Jlrs. J. that Americans generally aire tera to the Kentucky members of Theater fire and panic. Yet he stood Owenshoro, visited ithelr son Jlr. began at one o'clock. There was a A ., in an effort to defeat Judge ing, except the importers, the manu the audience. -w premium to be 'glVeh 'Withe young Hooper tens me; continue among tne jailing mexs tryiuK "De Wolf Elder Dodson and" family last (week.. 0"Rear for the Republican nomination facturers whose iprcduota happew to'b stampede, and it was on Governor Wlllson favored and the journals which re- Hughes "that he has a floating car control iha governor. Rot. V. H. Craln is with his fami- couple finding the most eggs. Miss tor Eva HInos and Mr. Everltjt Maden tilage in his right knee jolnb He can ly after he had done all he could that ly at Butler, Ky., for a few days. r might as wiell be writing letters to present importing Interests. own child from a box eggs and got Ithe pregenerally afle support- never tell when It will slip out of he dragged his Mr. John Sanderfur went to Ow- -, found the most the same purpose. Democrats South Africa for mium. tEvery one seemed to harne a ele-- ', he cannot and escaped. deplace but when it does enaboro Saturday. ing the measure with unfeigned .His apposition to O'Rear Is one time.-Mr- . "Somehow the vision of this man, Mrs Bertha Lewis, of Hillside, Is jolly jnent of his great strength with the light, not because they wen. protend straighten his knee and overy stop Is Jim Wysong of Sunnydale Is gets through his with courage radiant In his chalked vislUnc her daughter Mrs. B. S.'j people. to favor such trades, .but bceause itbey excruciating Yet ho grotesque cosI very ill of stomach trouble. complete smashup or dances and huts down his laughs as clown face, with bis Chamberlini. see, In it the Organized labor cannot afford to retume scorched and hurnedl with etmbei Mr. J. I. Hlnes is also HI of stomMr. Ellis Foster, Hartford, and the Republican party and the election If nothing were the matter but the port to violence In this country to as he stands on the blazing scene and Miss Nina aiaddox, Beaver Dam, were ach trouble. of a Democartlc President and Con- libretto. wto a victory, even against those who gress which will enact an alleged Tar "Ada Rehan opened in ".The Great calls good counsel through the smoke in our village Sunday, Methodist Church. of that inferno, seems fit to symbowould crush lfby tho use of millions of Little Miss Winnie and Master Joe iff bill with duties so low as to snake Ruby" In such pain that it was necstage. After idollars. However, when any charge Th third quarterly meeting fon reciprocity treaties with any cou essary to have a doctor In each (vrtlng lize the heroisms of the B. Rodgers, of Btaver Dam are tho fake of violence is brought against labor try not only necessary but Impossi- to Inject moriflrine the moment she. ward Eddla Foy was a nervous wr,eck guests of Mrs. P. JD. Tweddell this the Hartford chargu will Ibe held at tho public should withhold leaders Goshen next Saturday and Sunday left the stage or on occasions, wihen for months, but thoy have a habit of week. ble. awaiting till the curtain drops before Judgment until the matter is thorough- Mr. Joe Chapman ds on the slok Preaching at 11 a. m. Saturday and And If the President thought ibest she would seem to wander Idly to a they collapse these actons." Jy investigated. The tobacco war in Sunday., Quarterly Conteenco at 3 list. to make any nlluslon to popular opin- window or a door arid put out her " Kentucky a Usvr years ago in many Miss Irene Ward and Mr. Ernest p. m., Saturday, The sacrament of ion. It would soem to have been ibest hand. Enterprising Business Man. instances demonstrated the .extent to to present all the facts in the case. "Dodson iMltchell opened in "fThe Everythe Lord's Supper Sunday. Moxley have measles. which money could be used (to create San Francisco Chronicle. Doll's House in sich distress that a We learn with deep sorrow the body cordially Invited and a full at prejudice anda wrong Impression doctor waited for him in the wings, death of Miss Ethe 1 Bennett, of tendance of official mctmbers desired. against those who stood in the way o ADABURG. giving him monphine whenever he left Buda. greed and avarice. Marriage License. April 24. The ifarmers of this vi- the stage. We saw her in hor sunny village home, "Blanche Bates plajied several perNoell Foreman, 22 to Bessie V, SFie- lleaders recently ar- cinity are progressing nicely consid Like some sweet flower, whose ifra It the labor weater, den, 10, both of Hartford, route 6, formances after she had developed tygrance fills the air, rested for complicity In tho dynamite ering the rainy air. and Irs. John Hamilton, oi phoid fever. The stage seemed to AngeH"S and other married April 25 at riesldynce of D. And blesses fry Its qmoatness outrages in Los A All who come within the pcrfum F. Foreman. parts ot the country are 'guilty, no Taffy, visited his mother one day last keep hitting her in the face and she George W, Cox, 24 to OlHa May lived In a hoapltal when she was not et lia nf TYiBTTmTV punishment is too great for them. week. Mr. James Farmer, of this place on tho stage. At length an ambuSuch can be truly said of dear EthelJ York, 23, married .Monday at tho However, the public should suspend lance took her from the theater to proven guil- lost a fine mare Thursday nght. We tender the bereaved family our Court house, Judge Wedding officiat judgment until they are who has iboen stay. uMr. Knox Wright, most sincere love and sympathy, ing) ty. A reward of $100,000 has been of organiz- sick for llw past three weeks, Is conStuart Robdon died on the Btage, In their sad bereavement and irreparferod and the opponents of acting against the doctor's orders. able loss. iWe can only offer them ed labor with millions of dollars be- - valescent. Mr. James Ambrose who has 'been Sir Henry Irvng actrtl almost to his the promise of the hlessod Savior rhliui them and every incentive to of last moment. of a reunion in Heaven's happy home. .crush organized labor, oven banded confined to his bed with catarrh J. B. TAPPAN. again. "TIim late Peter F. Dalley was a Justice might not necessarily he 'me-ix- the bowels, Is able to 'be out fThe abovo is a likeness of Mrs. George A. Cook, of Hutchison, mountain of flesh, as well as a poun-tai- n Receipts For Sale. case. The finding of out in this Tappan, Dno of the progressive who haa beeni visiting her Ho was forever J. B. of unction. sticks of dynamite In the neigh- Kansas, We b&ye qulto a lot of subscripafew city. For nearAmspraining his ankles, yet he contin- business men of our borhood of the lasbor headquarters brothers, Mr. Jaftwes and Jesse successfully con- tion receipts to The Rtsiublican that grotesque dances and his pe- ly six ycBirs he has ntlurnkid home Saturday. ued his do not necessarily mean that they brose, ducted a Jewelry store in Hartford, we would Ukie .to seTl at bnbe,. Look Ibeera culiarly comfomtahlo style of comedy. Mr. Leslie Smith, who Ihhs were placed there .by labor loaders. thai! time ho has made a host oni the label of your paper and: you traveling In the west for the pastithroe "When his company opened in Chi- and in The confession of on man, who of friends and as many customers. can tell haw much you are owing to cago be felt be ought to play at least Just the right people, is also months, returned home Saturday, courteous, straight forward treat-mie- this, paper. For further intonmatdoa Mr. George Wedding of ,t'hia place the first performance, though he had By -conclusive when we remember net to his friends and customers call on or address, at already developed pneumonia of which , ' and laaeip in mind the $100,000 reward who has .been attending school THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, be has built up a splendid business, Hartford returned home Friday with he died a few days later. Ho want 1 BM. Pate Ftew!? . J6.00 iund. Hartford Ky. is a credit to on the stage with a temperature of and has a store that the measles. IMI 48 Lka, Patent Ftewr $1.30 towns much larger than this place. William Foreman, 106 2 degree and was tso blinded Mr. and Mrs. Bis Greatest Ambition. News From Dukebtirst. '..,65c 2i Lbs. Patent Fleur , He is prominent in fraternal and 'Colonel Roosevelt's greatest am- - visited her mother, Mrs. Mary 'Hamil- with fever that he ran into the scen- religious circles and la the pressnt April 18. Farmers of this place 1 Bel. Custom Fleur ,y 14.50 ltdon' said Groeniway, "in to be ton from Thursday until Saturday. (tine ery once, touft he kept bis comedy bao Chancellor Commander oMtaugh IWver are very imueh bebtod Mfea their work 24 pling till the last curtain, Cuat&m Flour .,..., ....60c shot on the field of battle," Satmr-.da- y Mr. Clabo Wedding purchased a 110, Knights of PytMas. on account of the reseat rains. mare Uust week, "Mrs. Annie Yeamana told me of' Lodge No. 60 Lbs. Tia Pure Lard Evening Post, ' .46.3& .Tap- -' Mr., aad Mrs. C, 'A. Wtaisatt are Sunday School began at thJg place the last hours of that splendid old Last but iby no means least, Mr. Roosevelt's Colonel Noneanse! 10 Lbs. Pall Pure Lard $1.20 pan believes In newspaper advertis- oa the etok list. greatest ambition Is to be a otfenman Sunday, Everybody is cordially invi- Irishman, Denis O'Sulllvan. The opera ing, and carries ads in, The RepubMiss Annie Laura Dodson, aelar Palo 2 PkgB. Arbuokle (CoKe 45a way Peggy Machree was making Its ted to attend. war. happened to a serious accident last Good Meat, by tt Side ,'l3o Mr. Ott Taylor, of Ralph, spent aatr in Nuw, York, when he feil 111 of ap- lican from time to time. commanding He wants to be the Wednesday evening TyWle driving Mr. pendicitis. Doctors ordered him' to i gflpcrals on "both skies, standing calm urday night wlbt hi brothw, Iamesse Ontors. the cows from the pafcwwi) She fall quit playing and undergo an operatents Dode Taylor, All aa oollectad in front of his for joWs at tk above The Job Printing Department of and sprained her ankle "my badly. Mrs. Mary Hamilton spent Sunday tion, but with all an actor's bonrbr of mUie the wir4M Wits out its tow iw Mr. Jkn King of 8unAsa while be accwarecently printed closing a run he refused. He wseit Thte Rf)uHQan with Mrs. fita Wade. from tb iroa. while the tele big sale trying to start hte gasoline englae his Mr. James Armstrong hag the La without food and sang and acted a 7500 page aise posters for the apd th telegraph by tbt cash. cMnnMm clatter slipped off tae and Stevens of Cromwell, Irishman he "toiWH orders to hh toopa com- - Onrlppe. Victor Stoper and Joseph Jovialwith agony. while his was wrKh-ln- g of Jaokeoawek printed several thous- baad aad Ktroak him oraak and It Mew back la the IWftd On aad this Messrs last a gash of about two laahoa, Hicks, have returne fromJvrnKre he played one whole act standiiiK.oa and double page posters for thle QuK vie, wufai to be tbe general Waff . Rosenblatt, the Mr. aad Mrs. Meba Wills save tee aflfceiti amlee, seruMniaiBg the saon- - whre,thfy had been to take, some logs a chair from which be could sot JWfve BualBties Sale of J. marehAat, ; Hartford dry goods Whefi he made big final exit be wfeJ StifAp ot the field of oieratiois, to market. Hartford Republican. t mwk tfce and s&Uttag the pins positions "of the woKg forces. Jfe, wMa to be the rnwtjwcouta rortoffhw dwhiHg wp' kraathlws from the flrlflg STAGE HEROISM pand to lt b. fertilizers are: on PURE GROUND BONE THE MOVE1S' ft K I Challenge Corn Grower dust-staine- e Homestead Tobacco Grower These Famous Grades of the flag-drap- HORSE SHOE BRANDS stood the tests for oyer 30 years. which all others are the standard measured. f in all-nig- ht need to raise more corn. can't succeed without persistent effort. Properly prepare your Matter Fertilizer, use pure and watch the results. cultivate , or E. P. Barnes & Bros. BEAVER DAM, KY. SSS(SS vj Goa-i.gre- SPECIAL A i 'pi'1 Cash riices - ONE DAY 6NLY Saturday, April 29. -- nt -- 1. .,.... -- re-.p- rws HM nut - h fht 7 Hartford Grocery Co. ! - irm-n-: t'7 c frAntizi && mw ' Our New Spring Suits t'VMv-- j April 25.MIS8 Mary uMcKinney has af returned from Lcgansport, where she Circuit Court will adjourn y ha, been visiting friends and relator a two weeks session. tives. Mlsa ManielIoniry, of HadlaonTlllc, M Lewis Fulkorson and .wife, visit s, Is Vlstng Mr. anld iMrs. E. T. od itlw family of H. II. Davis Sat urday and Sunday. Remember you get new DswCd OldWam of Fort Wor-deduring thU goods at Rosenblatt's Wash., Is visiting his parents at to-daAVH-llamate Flour see J you want. barrel of First clafs 3&tf. U. S. Caraon. CENTERTOWN. LOOK! FOR- - LOOK! jr$ n; Bl Selllng-Out-Sal- e. 41tf this place. Mrs. Robert Matthews, of Kronos, Is hro for a few days, taking treatment under Dr. E. (W. Fond. .Mlss Nannie Ilenrv and Mr. 'Percy Henry who have ibeen attending schoo at Klnxswood, Ky., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Williams. Mrs. E. M. Morton has returned home after a visit to hv .parents In is able to be out again after a severe case of la grippe. Miss Mary .Fitlden of Heflln, Ky , Is visiting her cousin, Mrs. O. U. Utlca? f Mr. Clove Swain v Rosenblatt's -- T3IO- m vM VV15 W". i mr rt i i, I il For the last ten days our Clothing Department has had a 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 suit 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. FAIR 1 3o CO Dr. H. terday. DEALERS. THE FAIR Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, APRIL. 28. J. Bell was at Buford yes Solllng-Out-Saj- e. IIlnolsCentralRallroad--Tlm- e tf ' Table. At Beaver Dam Ky. You can't afford to miss Rosen- 41tf blatt's Big We are headquarters for Seed Po tatoes, prices the lowest. 36tf SCHROADER'S CASH GROCERY Takift voar nroduce of all kinds to Schroader's Grocery and get thohlgh- 36tf. est market prices for dt r'i No.l32dae :05 am. No,122dn12.:Sp.m. Mo.l01dne;:i8p.Bi. Nor 111 Bound. (ton Hi Bonnd. No.121 duellSSa.nj. No.101 dne 2 18 p.m. No. in dne 8 K p. m Supt Ijeach will leave next Tuesday to attend the State Superintendents convention: at Bowling Green. Mr. O. T. Burns lea yesterday morn lnrr for his home at OwenBboro. Ho will return the first or next week. I ftoi North Bound due 7:29 a. The OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY CO. dally except Sunday. Hartford, Ky. 29tf i:1 No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. FOR SALE (Town property, vacant dally except Sunday. dwelling. cottages and 115 South Bound due 8:55 a. m. lots, No. A. C. YEISER & CO., dally except Sunday. Hartford, Ky. 4Uf No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p m. samples of Dross Spring and Summer dally except Sunday. Goods, Ready Made Dresses, TrimH. E, M1SCHKE Agt. mings, etc., now on display. MRS. L. B. FOSTER. 38tf Don't forget Rosenblatt's Sale beOLD" NEWSPAPERS tied up nice41tf. gins 'Monday, May 1. ly In large bundle for sale at The Oanbon typwritr paper lor sale at Republican) olfiae, Just the thing for 34tf. The RopubltewTfMtee. Spring Cleaning and many other purtf bet- - poses. 4. Pure Usderweea Lard .None 3&tf. Mr. Harold Holbnook has nsturnod .CaJl est, VI. . Carson. tor. from RUenside, California whJoro he iW. OBwwifcr preached at Iter. spent several months for his health. hwt Pr&fe evening He is much ianprovod. Hon. W. S. Dean, of Dundee, paid Messrs. eTpTMooix), iM, T. Likens us a call last Friday afternoon. andr Judge C, M. Crowe were at NelKy., Monday invoicing the Flowers and Flower Pots for sale by son, E. T. Williams, Hartford, Ky. 36tf. "bankrupt stock of goods of iRenoer and Ashby. Mr. AD, .Taylor, of Beaver Dam, afternoon, .Wednesday !ReY. L, W. Tlchenor, of Centertown . paid ub M.lsaV (KenT Curtis has accepted a has purchased the undertaking estabposition in the. post office at Center-tow- lishment of Dr. Chapman, of that place, and will conduct a general undertaking business. Miss Willie Smith and Mi. O. T. Leave your Laundry at Cleve Iler's Dumas .were In McHenry Tuesday afgrocery. Work guaranteed and prompt ternoon. Agent for Madlsonville delivery. s Rev. R. D. Bennett, city and. Mr. Fonfcwflte, Steasa Laundry. Madlsoavjlle Ice & W. F. atepbetu, route 1 tf LauBiry Company, Incorporated, called at wa office, Monday. v Taylor are Mr. asd Mrs. Jobs W. (Mr. Jesse Hoover went to Bremen, that a baby . .Ky., Wdae4ay In the inttfrest of the proud paretria ofmorning. boyJobm arrived yesterday Bottling Work. the ttarttana new Iula. a. .sew bonier. The VOUDK- Mr, Port fitovwim, who was here iWltUaa BMhel ser baa .been chrteteaed 'to mi the f4aeral of MiM to al Maxwell. Beast, et Bea, MtmtftA Uwt TymAmr. Mr. Silo Taylor, nfepAtfer'a home at juat receive a ear ef Stover and Hvew town of OoiOgMr & Co., ha Timothy Hay,, tailed, first elase. Also raturaed rom Dkwbos. SiwWtBwfcv mr wi ae. iweac Bevenu iatyw ia ear of aora. W. 1. M.XM. beawAt of hie beeAth. tKs lfi4B4a H T9ie.Preie Mas, , i arte iad that he la suab iAter.T ,. ' SarttordKy No. 112 two-story -- M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. Time table effective Sunday Dec. The Cheapest Place of Earth to buy 4th, contains the following schedules: all kinds of Seeds. m. J. Cen-tarita- al n. v Naa, "alt Mrs. Ella D. Boone, of PhiladelRev. J. V. Brurwr of Hartford gave phia, who has fbooni visiting Mr. and usnulto an Intertsting talk Friday Mrs. F. L. Felix, left Wednesday for night on Missions, which was enjoy Hickman, Ky., where she will visit, ed by averyone. Mrs. wm. staart Is on the sick .FOR SALE, FARMS All slses, from G to 300 acres. Wo cam please you list.' . Misses May and Lena Brown, of If you want to buy land. Logansport Is visiting the family of A. C. YEISER & CO., Hartford, Ky. Foster McKlnney this week. 41tf Several from her ntonded he slng- Big Selling Out Do not miss the C'eralvo Sunday1. Sale by going to the wrong place. next door to the Farmtrs In this vicinity are very Remember w3 are busy planting corn. Bank of Hartford, Main street. M Iss Mamie Rowe who has been very 41tf J. ROSENBLATT. sick' Is better at this writing, j Floral oesign Dook of F. Walker 5Hss Fern Curtis was in Hartford and Co., of Louisville, and can fur- last Saturday on business. . nish floral designs fox funerals and Mrs. Alvln Rowe is on the sick special occasions. ' E. T. WILLIAMS. Mrs. Pearl Stroud, of Island Ky., Hnrtford, Ky. 36tf visited the family of W. A. Tichenor , TJwo handsomo presents, each val- - last Week. Miss Willie Smith, of Hartford; and used at $$6 will be given away absolutely free by the Ohfo County Drug Mr. "Will Coffman or Matanzas visitCo. Griffin's old stand. For every ed the Eastern Star Chapter here, last dollar's worth of goods bought you Saturday. Miss Algle Tlchenor of Mcllenry get--a cnance. luury Garden, iwho conducts A visited her mother at this place last Mr. C. B. ;eneral merchandise stone at Fords-- " week. Mr. Pyrtle Park of Central Grove villle, fell from a wagon recently and broke his collar bone In two (places. Wlsited tho family of Lee Mason Sun- The accident caused much pain, but Ijlay. yMrs. W. A. Tlchenor Is on thie sick Ir. Carden Is able to attend to his list. tore. Both Sunday Schools at this place Ir. E. P. Barnard paid us an a; are progressing nicely. predated call last Friday, He is an other of our subscribers who has ' Return Dehorner Now. been a reader of The Republican for The party who .borrowed my dehoryears. Mr. Barnard having .been a ner please return at once. constant subscriber for over twenty WAYNE STEVENS, years. 41t2 Hartford, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. James T. Davis, of Corn Growing Contest. Sunnydale, paid us a pleasant call Wednesday afternoon. They .were In The following list of names has the city to attond the anniversary been furnished us by Supt. Leach, celebration of the Oddtellws, which who Is asking the boys of Ohio counwas held here Wednesday by Acme ty to take part in the corn growing Lodge No. 339. contest that is under the direolon of Com'r. of Agriculture Rankin. Thos WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY: Able sigbodied unmarried men between ages named below are those who have nified their willingness to enter the of 18 and 30; citizens of United States of good character and temperate hab contest. Age. Residence. Name. its, who can1 speak read and write 13 English language. For informa PearTSanderfur, Hartford, 3 the Glennoh Stevens, Beaver Daim....l4 tion apply to Recruiting Officer, Main 14 28tf, Earl Shreve, Hartford, 1 street, Beaver Dam, Ky. 13 Elbert Austin, Prontis Mr. Charles W. Griffin, of Helena, J. R. McCoy, Beaver Dam, 3, 12 Ark., who was called home on the ac Joy Miller, Frledaland 13 count of the death of his' father, Aubry Nowcomb, Hartford, 5 13 Mr. Henry Griffin, left Tuesday for Thomas J. Tate, Beaver Dam, 1..13 his home. He was accompanied by Goebel Shultz, Beaver Dam, 1 ....10 his mother, who will visit him and Slgsby, MoKenney, Cromwell 12 will later visit her daughter, Mrs. A. Tommle Maden, Hartford,. 1 12 D. Buskell, of Houston, Texas. 12 Ernest P. Martin, Olaten, 1 13 Dedication of State Normal School Monroe Oook, Arnold, Building at Bowling Green Ky., May Archie B. Hicks, Hartford, 5.... 11 14 5th, 1911. For this occasion the Louis John Mitchell, Olaton, 1 12 Rochester, C. B, Smith, & Nashville R. IX. will sell roun ville II trip tickets for ono and one third faro Carl' Hockter," Beaver Dam 13 3.52 for the round trip dates of sale W. Corbet Knott, Matanzas 13 Jesse F, Chlhn, Bealver Dam May 4tb, tickets limited May Cth. 10 Randall Ross, Centunicwn, Agt. 11. E. M1SCHKE, f Thomas Taylor, Rsjaiwr Dam, 1. .13 Dinner Set Manning Bennett, Narrows An eUgant 13 Chamber Stt Carroll A. SUjvens, Beaver Da.ni.. 10 or a handsome be given Martin Ashby, Centwntowii each worth $G will 10 away free by the Ohio County Drug Archie L. Brown, Rockport 13 Co. Save your tickets on small pur- Edward Chlnn, Beaver Dam 10 When you get 'a dollar's Thomas Coffman, Matanzas chases. 13 worth you got a guess free at these Golden Shown, Hartford, 3 14 valuable nrlzes. Try your luck. 40tf. Plercy Qweh, Hartford 11 13 .Beacon Lodge of Oddfellows hold Walter G. Overton, Echols 14 a class initiation 'imcsoay ntgni. Alvln Porter, Hartford, on elegant ban- Jas. L. Chambeilin, Hartford, 7.... 12 After the Initiation 12 quet was served by the Uady rela- Ellfs Keawn, Reynolds 11 A Ulysses Atchison, Roslne tives and friends of the members. 1, pleasant time pas spent by everyone. George Wright, Horton Messrs. Fred Cooper, G. B. Likens, John C. Tanner, Hartford, 7...:.... 11 11 Prof. W. R. Hednlck arid J. .Ncy Fas- Xoltey Jones, Hartford, 5 12 ter, of Acme Lodge No. 339 at thjs James L. Rock, Hartford, 2 13 place were among the viiagtin mem Joe T. Columan, Prentls Robert A. Cambron, .Dundee ....14 bers. 12 Arthur Crowder, Horton Anniversary Exercises. Eugene Laterwasser, Hartford, 1..13 11 The bxwrcisea in connectioni with Evan G. Owen, Hartford, 6 12 the 92nd anniversary of tho fouwd-ln- f Rex. G. Balrd, Hartford. 7. 13 Independent Order of Odd Rawell11 Tichenor, Hartford, 4 of the 14 fellows that were .held by Acme Lodge CharliB Hunter, Cenitentown 14 No. 339 In Hartford .Wednesday after Hobarfc Autry, Hartford, 2 14 noon were full of Intetieet to all Lowla Sanders, Frledaland 13 connected with that fraternity, to- Cecil Potts, Olaton, 1 14 gether with many friends wljo were Urbln Miller, Beaver Dam, 3 Invited, Important Notice. There was a splendid attendance All parties having claims against from the. local membership, a number of invited gueaU and several visit the iBank of Centertown are hereby ing members Atom Beacon Lodge of retMeated to. meet with the assignee MeHeary. At the cowclueloa of the, of aaid bank at the Ibiift's office In talks by members assigned on the Qentertowu, Ky., on Saturday, April 29th, 1911, at 10 o'clock a. m. pregnun and musical (imemibers by Mioses Hetfcle and Ruth Ri 4ttV ALVIN ROWE, Alsslgnce. ley Miss Sue Wright and- - Mr. Remarkable Bear Story. Na&ry Sohroetw, onea, sherbort Portland, Ore., April 27. A bear take wwe served. Upon adjournpicture of those who attend-- , story "that Is vouched for aa being a - "gesftoVlrutb" conies out of the wilds ,e4 was wade by Pbotosravhr Sehroei '. . , '." of &wtkv,eUjr.H .Oregon. Akwg the v" . . Jamts of this place. SELLING OUT SALE Going to Quit Business! Entire new $10,000 stock be sold at 50 cents on the dollar. lngt SALE BEGINS Monday, May .1, AND LASTS THIRTY DAYS. Watch for the big bills that will be delivered at your door. We A are next door to Bank of Hartford Rosen blast's, The Store That Satisfies, HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY. SATISFACTION ca THOMAS MONUMENTAL WORKS HARTFORD, KY. upper Sixes Riftvr, in Curry County, people are. few and far between and such an advunture might readily befall ono there. Al Miller, Walter EmUcott and Henry Volknier, all from Myrtle Point were prospecting for gold . nicontly on the Upper Sivts, camping in a split shake cabin near Salmon Mountain. Just below the cabin and across a tulch was an open glade and the prospectors agreed this was a favorable place for deer to come at night to feed. One night Walter and Henry took the guns and went for deer, leaving Al sitting In the catbtm. The door was left open and there was no light within. Soon a big black bviar walked in and reared upon his hind legs. Inviting 0 hug. Al could not get out the door for the bear barred the way. He Jumped upon the table and then swung up on the crose beania QYeVhiad- - where a few shateea were lylagfor the storing talked oa of nrovlelofljj. .Thet-bear ed a4 i -- i. -- L . . ..-t- " ...... - his hind U, , looUlng up .at Al and daring him to come down. The treed prosiwctor slfU-flour down, thinking to blind bruin but the flour went on tho Ktir'a htnd and back and had no effect. A can of kerosene was handy, so he pour.-'this down on tho bear. Most of It went on his back, how-ovand Al then thought to drop a match. He bad a few In his Docket but the finH. one broke and fell .without hitting the Invader, The second dropped square on the bear's nittk. Instantly he was all afire. He slut out of the door am) down, the trail with the speed cf a cannon ball. Tiweiuty yards below the cabin he met Walter and Henry, the later with a deer strapped to his back. Both fell Into the brush wth loud, yells aa the blazing bear rushed toward' ttiem. Al has kept bis adventure from, his partners and they have had a: great iueai x irouuip eipuuuuts uie hhuu-In- g, apparition ''that ohaied.dowmfup-o- q ' ' them. . er ! ifiT v V '' ''"miiMwit" f ! mm ; A , wny. Not every wpimUt And many an ojh 19 Is hide ' .", betind. kjwvra by Tho man wkh a gottefc vjT his ibark. m iitrary as Some men aro .. some .women. You can save a lot s trawMe ,iby not , ,, borolrwng any. Excuses and weed areprtiUtul but ?" what good nro they? You can't hanpen yowr ppotlto iby ' oatlng with a knife.' "t talking a man does tho The more more denying lie has to do. A truo friend is one who sticks to you like n porous piaster. We feel sorry for a laay man who lives In a hilly country. Sometimes tho best way to save ppcml it wcll. money . SpoaklnSofeome men's lwsds there Is plenty of room at tho top. It Is easier to pose as a hero than it la to set a medal for heroism. And occasionally a curbstone ibroker is also a lieartstone breaker. A coquette Is like a .warjyoteran she goes through many engagements. Perhaps a rolling stone ghthers no moss" because it isn't on, tho level. fmlned xanthine itvmhimT nnfhtni? O . O HUIUIUf) l.rV lutyou may be able to keep rathat you have. Some 'people can't seo,the error of their ways Ibecause of tihjolr ha" It of looking at yours. Perhaps some married men talk In their sleen because that is the only chance they have.' A girl may be willing to wUopo providing there are no wedding presents within her range' of vision. How about the eternal fitness of things when a young man sows wild oat and reaps a grass widow?' One of the things calculated to drive a man to drink is to anrive at a ineetinc place ten minutes late and find Uiat the otiier fellow isn't there History says that the ancient Egyp tians honored a cat when dead. We can see where the ancient Egyptians were cognizant of the eternal ill 4 .. ness of things. Remedy 0Jt6Ki7 ReHri RHable CriimBili aHrtfl. l One. F. Blrkhd,. 3&& Circuit Court-- T. Ben D. Blirtro, Attorney! W. T. MhHUff. 0. TmoTXBBMmmt. M. THE KENTUCKY, Light and Power' . (INCORPORATED) Ely's 19 BArri BARNCTT C. K.Mtts alet WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE BT COST, ELECTKIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, HEALTHY AND SAFE; NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD ' BE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN lso REACH. EG.BARRASS. A Speech from Senator McCreary. Senator McCreary is the most "avas ive" man In the world. We do not douibt that he haa opinions; ovory Intelligent creature, wheUner he "ftiants to or not, can't get entirely away from opioniions; they will attack him come time, somawhane. Hut if Senator McCreary ever had. an opinion It was not "loud enough" to be hfard outside of the Senator's own bosom. Manage r. i i IIMHtnillllllMt'H""''"1"1"" and farmers can make a few figures when it boconves necessary In order He the to keep things straight. farmer, know that three shaves a week would cost 75 cents, or about 13.23 a month, and he knew that young Bytond only received JCj.OO a month salary and Kfliat he could not Ilv up to 25 cent shaves and othiur things to know accordingly. He wanted where and how young Byland got his money and he demanded that the bank bo investigated, and itho is that he soon found how the young man had been able to tip the barber and others who did favors for him. There is a mighty good lesson in this occurence for men who employ man should The business heln. going know when he sees a fast young man who draws a small salary that somebody is funlshing ra part of the funds whether knowingly or other wise, And an investigation in many cases "would disclose the fact that somebody is losing money in order to keep up a lightning pace .for (people who don't earn enough to foot their bills. Some fellow told us ithls illustrative story On the venerable Senator: Tho people of Richmond were prepar Ing to vote a bonded indebtedness to in that little city. build water-worMcCreary, whose home is in 9onator Richmond, had been away fromhomw for sevleral months and did not know that such an issue was to be voted upon. Some one in Richmond learned tJiat the Senator would come home upon a certain train on a certain and it was at once planned to Tiavo the distinguished citizen deliver an address that evening upoia the question "Water-worOf course, the or no Water-workscommittee in charge took It for grunted that Mr. McCnjary would favor "water." He was met at the dupot Trustee's Sale. escortod .to the count house, where In the District Court of the United nn enthusiastic crowd of "water" pro moters and rooters "were aaaimlbled. States for the Western district of The Chairman of the meeting present Kentucky, Owensboro dlvjslom. In the matter of Faught &. Rome, cd Mr. McCreary. Tine shouting and deafening His speech i bankrupts, the .tumult was As trustee of the above estate, I in full, is as follows: ICth, 1911, on Tuesday, MaV-tgentlemen and Mr. Chalnnan, I love Richmond; I at 2:30 p. m., on the premises lately love her people; you hairy honored occupied by said .bankrupts in Cen- (A tertown, Ohio County, Kentucky sell me. for whioh I am grptoful." to the highest and best bidders, the voice: Tell us about the .water-work- s) understand," began the Senator, following described property. "I "that you are soon to vote upon the One lot In Oenterlown, Kentucky bo nwestion of issuing bonUs .to build a ginning at a stake corner to H. B. here, and I Faught's lot; thence with said lot eys'jem of. waor-uprk- s say to jou, ray friends, If 200 feet South to a stake in L. C. desire to . is a good Morton's line; thence with L. C. Mora oystem of water-work- s thing for Richmond and the people' ton's line 130 feet east to a stone; 100 Want it, then. I am most Ihtariilyfor thence with said Morton's-lin- e it, .but upon tine o'.her hand, If a sjs-te- m feet North to a stake; thence North is not a good 100 feet to a stake in side of Center-tow- n of water-work- s and Hartford road; thence Bast thing and the paaple do not wont It, I am opjwscd ito it I thank 153 feet to thj beginning. Conveythen ed to S. W. Itowe by L. C. Morton, you tor your attention." 29, Deed Book Senator could ta'.oo a January 13, 1899. Before the eeat some one in the audience mount- page C40. 2. Beginning at a stone in L. C. ed a bench and aBked the Senator If & would permit a questloiv. Jn a Mortan's "line; thence with his line Mc 100 feet to a stone; thence East 7 most affable manner, Senator w LVI n a.nnn. unK ..- Creary answered: "That's what 1 am 17CI tn U DWW() fc.vu Vrtrhh .1flfl ftft ito a stone; thence West 75 feet to fnr " iiir "wii jvnml tho Infcirrozatcr. t.ho hncnlnhic. Canvei'cd to S. AV "Will you please state whuthw or Rowe by L. C. Morton, January 13, not jou ana for or agalmattlw float 1899. As shown by deed of record in Ohio County Clerk's oftlce, deed ins of those bawls?" air. McCreary arose, and 'with thun book 29 uage C40. "Most The above described lcte will bo derinK umphasls, answered: 1 umiphatlcally, am." Lollua County j'sold separately and then as a whole The method by which the most mon Herald, Democratic. ey is realized will bo accepted. I will also offer the following des- Notice of Dissolution. ks ns ks ." 1 he law-citize- A Lifetime Trouble. since I be Ingram, Texns--"Ev- er came a woman," writes Mrs'. E. ?J. Evans, of (this place- - "I suffered from womanly trouble. Last fall, it got so ,bad, I had ito stay in bod" for nearly a week every month. Since taking Cardui, 1 feel better .than I have for yieatrs." You can rely on Cardui. Pre pared especially for women. It relieves womanly pain, by acting on the cause and builds up womanly strength wher It is most needed. Purely (vegetable-Mild- , but contain in aotIonkTTfy Jt-your druggists. V21- - JOHK B. WILSON CHAS.M.CROW juonuay in iMOvemDCr. Thomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday after tho second Monday In February, Wrfrlnnrin nftai 9nd llnnilni. I II... PEAS Extra Early Alaska . . . $3.50 Bushel Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August. New Early Gradus . . . . fs 5 Bushel j Wednesday after 2nd Monday In NovemHorsford's Market Garden . J3 50 Bushel ber. Buckbee's Lightning Express jj 00 Bushel C. W. Miles, Fordsvllle, Thursday after Radish. Tomato and a full line ot 2nd Monday in February, Thursday after - ky. Lettuce. Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. 2nd Monday in May, Thursday after Send for complete catalogue or submit a list of 3rd Monday in August, Thursday "Will practice their profession In all after vnur reaulrements and wllfauote Dncea ; 2nd Monday In November. Buy direct from Save Monev. J.- L. Patton, Ralph, Friday after 2nd tho courts of Ohio and adjoining court I ' Write today. Mention this paper. Monday in February, Friday 2nd Monday in May, Friday after afterMon- ties, and In the Court of Appeals. 3rd day in August, Friday after 2nd Mon- Special attention given to criminal 1368 Bactbee St., Rockford Seed Firms. Roctford, day in November. practice and to collections. Office on I HARTFORD POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe. Juricn n n tjisa.. !.. Main St., opposite Court House. Attorney; Sam Riley, Marshal) Court convenes second Monday in each month. T,C1i,y J?0,V.nclIJ H- - Williams, Mayor; T, Collins, Clerki S. K. Coi, Treas- Urer. Aipmhfra nf rmmnll m r t W. '." ,,. JA S?S". &. h. Fair, Pen l,. muii, tf. juoore. . T'nsIcy. Secretary, C. M. Barnott,' . x.uy,d una ur. js. u, ienaleton. Ohio County KY. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax U 50 Bushel Davis New White Wax . . H.7S Bushel Bushel Currie's Kust Proof Wax . Jailer; A. 'O. barrM, Clrttj F.L. Felix, Mutter Commtolefier; It. T. CeJlhWi ItcWwti, oothei, Tnietea Jury Fund; T. It. Black, heals and protects flartford. DeputleS. O. XeoWn any mem. th Ixn Black. Court convener flret Mea-dabrano remtltiDgfrom in February and continues three Catarrh and. drives weetwj third Monday In April, two weeks away a Cold in the eecond Menday In June, three week; Head quickly. third Monday In October two week. Btarcs the gnflof IIHI I R. Wedding Judge; County Court.-- H. Tnste and Smell.. Tull size 50 els,,' nt Drug-cist- s Smith, Ator by mail. In liquid form, 75 cents, W. S. Tinelcy, Clerk, C. E. tly Brothers, GO "Warren Street, New York. torney, Hartford. Court conyenea first Monday, In each month. on Quarterly Quarterly Court-Beg- lna the fourth Monday In February, May, August and November. flrBt TuesCourt of Claims-Conve-nes day In January and Xlret Tuesday In S. MoxBcy. Other' County Offlcorr-- C. Kordsvlllc, Ky., K. F. U. Surveyor, Ilart-rorNo. 2; Bernard Felix .Aeseesor, Leach, ky., IU F. D. No. 2; Jlenry Dr. A. B. Hartford; Superintendent, lllley, Coroner, llurtfonl. Succeed when everything else falls. JUSTICES' COUrtTS. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supremo B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday er after 3rd Monday in March, Tuesday ar-tremedy, as thousands have testified. 3rd Monday in June, Tuesday after FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after Monday in December. 3rd STOMACH TROUBLE O. K. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afte It is the best medicine ever fold 3rd Monday in March, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in June, Wednesday after over a druggist's counter. 3rd Monday in September, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in December. John H. Miles, Itockport, Friday after 3rd Monday in March, Friday after 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd Monday, in September, Friday after 3rd Monday in L'ccember. J. C. Jackson, Ccntertown, Saturday Bnckbce's "Full of Life" Northern Gron reputation ol 38 years ot after 3rd Monday in March, Saturday at Pedigreed Seeds have a successful seed crowing behind them, it pays to ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday after 3rd Monday in September, Saturday afplant the best. ter 3rd Monday in December. Seasonable Specialties: M. C. Cook, Itenfrow, Tuseday after BEANS 2nd Monday in February, Tuesday after Earliest Red Valentine . . $s 50 Bushel . . Jj.jj Bushel Refugee Extra Early 2nd Mondav in Mnv. Tupsrlnv nftor 3rd New Strlncless Green Pod . J3.70 Bushel Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd 61m ff, ilirtl k SMITH ATTOBNiliAfC tiW, St ILARTFORD. ,- - KY. WEM&M CTIiri LTU V Specialties. Ing. Will practice their profession In all th courts of Ohle 'and 'adiornlng ee-- i . ties and Court ef Appeals. Sp tl at tentlon given to all bUsine1 euiruste4, to their care. Collections ana the Prae? tlee of Criminal and Real Ketate Law Office In Republican build- - , , i ft Electric Bitters SEEDS. FRANK L.FELIX,' d, Attorney at Law, ' hXhtfoiid,,- - ky. Will practice his profession in Ohlg and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty. Office In the Her aid building. Attorney at Law HARTFORD, YANCYL.MOSLEY, KY. Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. and in the Court of Appeals. Also Nctary Public. Office over First National uanje. -r WILSON & CROWE IaAWYRT2S hartford, i H. W. BUCKBEE I TRY THE REPUBLICAN J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD. All rJ?' JOB WORK WE DO THE SATISFACTORY KIND 0$8?& and evening every tlrat an3 third Sun- (laV In Pftrh tnnnth Qiniitn. n.if tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednes- SPECIALTY. iiBVt r.-.-vjrgu jigin I'astor. i moi PIlllHali oervices every sunoay HO mlbt "ir J viiuicii s.45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed. OTTO C. MARTIN 8. T. McKENNKlJ. " "",- " WV "ner, pastor. Christian Church Services every fourth School 2:30 p. m. Elder W. B. Wright C. P. Church-Servi- ces first Sunday In each month at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday Ky. e-- U 1 Matters Given Prompt Atten- Martini ' McKeneey Scool 9:i5. SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford, Much the Better Plan. It's just like this; If the free admission of all sorts of farm products from Canada connot hurt the farm, era, in other words, if the prloes of farm products will not be lowered then the consumer will not be benefit ed, and It could do no harm to leave tho duties as they are, and avoid all thecontroversy, fear and uncontnln- to" in short, avoid tho possible dls- lntegmtiani of the Republican party, tho central and principal doctrine of which has been Protection and revenue by Tariff. Colfax la., Clipper. In The Contemplation Beauty there is no charm that a prouder of than a pretty set ot teeth Acme Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. F., meets fourth Friday night In Beauties who lack this essential and second and W. R. each month. Hedrlck Noble Grand C. M. Barnett Secretary. wihoso front .teeth aro a disfigureOhio Tribe No. I ment, have bridge work inserted, as Men, meets second 188, Imp. Order Red and fourth Wednescannot be distinguished from tha day night In each month. James C. Benit For Infants and Children. nett, Sachem. A. E. Pate, Chief of We are exports in Records. natural teeth. am . TTnrtiYirl Pamn Ytr n "r The Kind You Have Always Bought orown and bridge work, (gold Inlays sul Commander, Thomas Williams; Clerk, W. C. Wallace. and plate work. Preston Morton Post Written guarantee on all iwailk. Sat- holds regular meetings No. 4, Q. A. R., Saturday before Signature of C&ajff-Mc&A- i mo iirm iuunuay in eacn montn. isfaction in every particular. Mills, Commander; J. M. Rogers, Sec-Trea- e. Hartfnrri T.nrin-- M ctk w r. a .r meetfl first finH thli.ri 1t.rl. ti.. .If each month. Owen Hunter, W. M., L. i a cjijuii raccreiary. Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. M.. meets every third Saturday night In each mnnth. .Inrin rn trnni.A Tlt.i. W.S. Tlnsley. Secretarj. jiaruoru unapter No. 8J, O. E. a. . .w.w ..u 4.WUIW1 Ing, Mrs. S. A. Anderson, iuuiiuay wellW. M. Miss Awic j.ujutr oecreiary. 11A Ttnt1(1 ntvAH Trln-- KTn t 11 . PvthlflH m tint a ouAVf TnaeHn,. J. B. Tappan, C. C, J. Ney Foster, K. Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M., meets every first and third Thursday y. ."Kill x. jj. tvumerj wommanuer: Foreman, Record Keeper. Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M., each month. Mrs. Attye Griffin, Lady of inommanuer; airs. i,uia remueton, Lady Record Keeper. Carpenters and Joiners local No. 1881, meets 1st Saturday night In each month. woman is Noah Skaggs, Pres.; W. D. Luce, General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK ni and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. nt. u 1 51 kM m k "1 TRAOCMARKS Promptly obuiowi In aU countrin, or up lea, a cLtln RATE NT8 PAY1 ndTfrtiM tnam thoroojWy, at cur THAT expense, audlkeJp 70a to uccaia. Send rrodeL photo or tkctch for FR E C report on patentability, to year practice. RIFEriENCEB. Tor f a old. Book on rrofltkble llttcnti writ to In to B03-B0- B Seventh Street, WASHINGTON. O. C. CASTOR A HaWVilJSGj AND XT KILLthe cough CURE THE Ash-for- d LUNC8 K. of. P. Holds Session. . Carlisle, Ky., April 8. The annual coruventlon of the Kentucky Knights of 1'ythlaa of th TwonuIeth district, contaiindng about twelve lodges itook place at Bwinig, Flaming county, rwith a largo attendance of delegates and Grand Lodge officers. Tbo sessions of the cronvonCloai wore hold In the Bank Hall and the flrwr, mnk of ith ardor oontarrodi on a -large class or cauoiuaios at met cs-tl- o Hall of Bwilng Lodgie by thie Grand Lodge officers and tho team ot Ew-lo- g Jjodge. DR. H. J. BELL, DENTIST, Office in Republican BIdg. Adjt. A. S. of E. ' Kump, Hartford, Ky. Botli Phono National Officers: President M. P. Sharp, Narrows, Ky. Vice Presldont J, W. Woods. Secretary-Tieasurer r, ' Notice Is henoby given that A lo ,n Centcrtown. Ohio County, Ohio County Land & MlninB COm-- 1 and pany is now closing its buslnessand Kentucky on the corner of Fourth t on 1" frontJ,DS binding up its affairs for the Aftftt on fllinl Qtroot -t iwee of udnmn&ting Its existence. ... penon ..... uny crauus o. , ..Street,- and being U10 same conveyed uuvurg All . umw, w demands against said Corporation aro UM U. O. A'utv UJ u. requested to present the same imme- al., and not recorded. will be sold All of said diately at the otfloe of said Gampany Judges of Dogs. free of lions. Any valid liens against Kenatlxxuisvllle, Jefferson County, Lexington announces that she Is same will be tranferred to the protucky going to have another dog show and OHIOCOUNTy LAND & MINING CO., ceeds of the sale. All sales will be that a silver cup Js to bo awarded for cash In hand. Uy P. M. SACJCBTT, Sec'y. 39t4 tlw owner of the best dog exhibited. 39t4 0. B. LIKENS, Trustee, It suoms to us that tho judges. In a That Barber's Tip. dog- contest have to possess a llle Cheap Clubbing Rates. Haymanid Hyland, a young married faculty for discrimination tha We have made an arrangement wltl greater man, who .was one ot the attaches any other kind of con-tos- t. publishers ot the Inland Farmer, the Judges of the Why of a bank in Boone county West Why, did you say? whereby we are enabled Virginia, when a shortago of $12,000 of Louisville, sliuplv, becauso all dogs ana Just so to furnish The Hartford Republican was discovered and who was indicted paper one year for $1.0. blamed good that we don't see haw alleged partlcrpancy In getting and that tell which Ma the lor The Inland Farmer is a weekly Jour- anybody could that amount of mony , ils buhi-- (brought nal and one ot the best farm papers "bestest" one. Even tho dog tfeat strong artialty buck from California to aniawer to published in the United Btatee. Our kills sheep or haa a meet while there are the Indictment found against him. readers should take) advantage ,of for the hen'a good, warm eggs In It, are tch good, It Is now said ttrat it was a "tip" this offer, tf that hegavo tho barber for Shaving and their eoodoees should net, be b$a that led to ttoo lmWaselgatlonand oywriooueu in a oog coiuest, evea iTls final trouble. ,On of tho direcwhen .there is' a. sum- ciqi at ai F0KFLETCHER'S tors of (be: bank who was a farmer for oarUHaly these 'doge are goifat taaw Bylaad.gfivo 25 ceatsfor a t&ave thlr special Use 'of work. a " y. pur-jGum - .. ...tho,. nrlYuHl ivrmiptrv Tnv R.1IP! SEEDS BUCKNTS SGB6 SUCCGBO I r ,.. St8' I ftUfli Biilaw, trll ' riu rallprtlaa uuk,iiTritiii.l 11 tbe SPECIAL OFFER:will New A Tml t iplemUd tmtlllllimi 1 I II UlkMI !.., I beu Tn. -- Write 0 eOTtff PMUf itMMVaa i pMilDt fcM tkU Tftftll pMiMifl, Nfiwffrwiia mj ( im k jaatrvtHTflt ncwuiu ii Sf VAAAAAAAAtAA SEND IO CENTS " tody; Mention tM Ppr. t State Officers: II. M. Carroll county, Pres. T. T. Barrett, Henderson county Vice President. S. D. Itobertson, McLean county, s. 0. P. rtoemer, Warren county, State Organizer. C. C. Allen. Henry county, and Lal-tl- e Graves, Allen county. Assistant state organizers. Hoard of Directors. Den Watson, War-re- n county) C. 21. Barnett, Ohio coun. ty; A. H. Brooks, Bracken county, rt.-I. Itay, Hardin county, and J. 1 Boss, Scc-Trea- Ind. S. JJ. Dr. King's New Discovery w AND ALL THROAT AND L1JWS TROUBLES. 4J OT7ABANTSEO SATISFAOXOKYl OK MONBT REFUNDED. fwmii ltu ui wm mm jw law -S- vs swuy rumii m N. W. ItNttM, attoW.'Ai. k tl i - Muhlenberg county, Ohio County Officers: 8. U. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Dam.Ky. Henry Plrtle, Sec. Hartford. Ky. V. Ford, Treas., Hartford. Ky. COUNTY BOAItD OP EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. 1. L. B. Tlchenor, Hartford, It. p. jq. No. C. 2. K. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. , . u. Airoru, wnue nun, Ky. 6. Richard Plumer, Taylor Mlnes.Ky, . J, Ji. Brown, Kockport, Ky. HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned i Pressed Dye- fiMti07i &$ &MeLfomws"swftin . 7&, ewntt 7ce 0r?iaftate Positions Plentiful lmfei (tWP- - jBOARP) special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Glut, Y. M. C. A. HLDQ., ing neatly done. Ladies work given Repairing and GHIIlrtn Cry - GAtTORIA iw.'?2?!arL jBwg Gre?Ji HARTFORD, KY. f '0 k"2.1 J ' GENSHTURNS k FQRKENTUCKY Cities Make Showing of Chte&go Chirkson Otey Otey .... .... ..., ' IK 376 1,098 " .... 450 685 Lily .... i .... 161 Suetmersvllle 526 Tayloravllle 809 TiltoaT. TonvpKJnsvnie 1,147 Trenton S05 166 320 C22 Liftman ,' Liveraiore Largest Gains. if I 1 Hartford Listed as Having 976 Ii I 1910 and 785 in 1900. Washington, D. C, April 25. E. Dana Durand, chief director of th odn-8i- ts department, has made public trtvo figures showing the population, of every city; tqwn. and village In Kentucky. These figures show that ithe Blue Grass stats hs 58 cities, sewn of New- Lexington, twihich JLoulsville, "Yport, Paducah, Owcnsboro, Henderson, and Frankfort have i)opulatlon is ex- cess of 10,000. Eleven cities tomve population ranging from 6,000 to 10,- TflOO. Thay are, in order of size, as fol- "ffows: Hopkinsvllle, Bowling Qreen, Mlddlesboro, AVlnchdstcr, Ashland, Dayton, Bellevue, MaysviHe MayXleldi Danville and Richmond. .There are 300 towns and 31 villages, making a total of 389 Incorporations. Analysis of the figures shows that Kentucky like her sister states of tho middle west, has grown citified during tho past decade, In order words tho tide of migration has Ibean from the Tural districts and smaller towns toward tlm larger centers of population!. In many of the villages the population Is below the 1900 mark. In the cities of between 5,000 and 10,000 Maysvlllo Is tho only one tha trailed to keep step In tho march of progWss. The population 'returns will ibe used as the ibasls for changing ward hound arles in avery Incorporated municipality- in Kentuoky and may he used by iboards of education to change the School districts. These figures also will be used In redisricting the state for congressional and senatorial purposes. . ' Place.' 'Wv.dalrvllle ' Albany Alexandria. Allon'sville Anchorage ; Arlington .' Ashland .... Athens Auburn Augusta Bagdad ...., .- 1910 683 579 333 43G 1900 720 234 359 430 121 ,..,.. .' . . .'. 384 555 8.CS8 197 . . .... .. 631 1787 184 337 584 6,800 186 697 1,718 190 203 1,010 1,711 1,512 . .. 380 Bandana' Bamdwell- .'. . Banbounvllle 'Bardstown' i .;... ... ...'. ....:. U33 2,126 1.087 532 357 '.. ..... . Barlow Barnsley ..... .. .. .'. Baskett BeattjTville Beaver Dam Bedford .... .. Baech Grove Bellevue Beaton .... Berea .... Berry, .,.. "V.." Bethiehiem Birmingham Blackford Blalns Blandvllle Bloomfield 270' 1,360 ..... G90 .... V. N ..... ,.. 762 269 208 6.C83 824 -- 552 307 .....' 6,332 661 762 250 66 ........... '...-.- . .. 1.510 339 68 "319 449 136 229 352 132 257 236 ,291 243 134 277 385 270 251 168 8,2-G Bluff'Clty Bonniavllle Booaevllle. Boston Bowling Green BeadfordsVille Brandenburg Bremen BrleiWburg Brodhead .. .. ..' '93 9,173 .......... ' ...;....? .... ..." 330 483 254 '77 477. 819 Bromley' Brookville 7 Brownsville Bryantsville Buffalo . Burgin Buritsville" Burkley ;..v... Burlington .... .,.'.. ' 492 313 85 298 301 218 180 107 337 513 565 231 92 347 - 703 ,....? .... 817 ..,. .' 183, i72 '184 .... Burn&Ide ;'. .. W1? 430 1.Q05 121 Butler Cadis ...j Cairo Calhoun ' 742 248 12 269 1.200 California '.Calwrt CaraphelWburs CaropibelUvIlle '.Canwton 506. 881 155 631 362 Louisa 166 1,099, ...223,928 204,731 Louisville Colunvbirs ii, 3,334 4,163 Ludlow Concord 56 118, 1,644 Lynnvllle ...... .... .. .'2,689 Conbln 550 630 331 MaHenry 262 Corinth 784 JtcKoe 942 Corydon ".... .. 146 106 .... 190 171 63,270 42.9J3 Mackvllle Covington , 4,966 3,628 385 Madlsonvllte 467 Crab Orchard 398 C26 199 Manchester '.. .. 189 Crittenden ' ...., 109 101 278 Mansvllle 402 Croftan .... .'... .'i 1,627 1,064 225 Marlon 163 Cromwell 148 160 162 Martlnsburg 169 Croper 6,916 4,031 227 Maytteld 235 -.. Curdsvllle 237 3,257 Maya Lick ."..... 308 3.G03 , Cyarthiana ..;. .... 64416,423 5,420 , 4,235 MaysviHe .. Danville 182 98 935 Mlddleburg 1,350 Dawson Springs '. 6,104 Mlddlesboro .... 7,305 4,162 6,979 Dayton 937 1,045 75 3.65 Midway Deanfleld ' 272 207 122 Mllburn 141 Defoe .... r ." .. .. 799 .862 221 Mlllersburg 260 Dexter 355 324 ;.. .... 741 569 Milton Dixon ... .. 154 103 879 Minerva 380 Dover .... 260 370 226 Monterey U26 Drakicsboro 1,338 546 99 Montloello .... .' 125 Dublin 1,105 1,100 138 7 Morohead Dunmor .... 2,725 2,016 139 Morganfleld .144 Dunnville 587 569 .... 176 219 Morgantown Dycusburg S35 1,266 3,931 3,012 Mortons Gap Earllngton 144 8L ... Mount Carmiel 698 East Bernstadt 167 111 127 Mount Eden 77 Eastvlew 321 362 Eddy.v'lllo 1,210 Mount Olivet 1.442 557 657 412 Mount Pleasant 381 Eden 3,932 3,561 Mount Sterling 163 Ekron 422 900 Mount Yeraon 1,831 1,970 Ellzabethtowh 440 475 Munfordvllle 119 135 i Elizavllle 2,089 Murray 1,822 87 Nebo 94 237 298 Elkhorn ,. 293 235 1,123 Nopton , U22S Elkton462 463 519 New Castle 900 Elsmere 129 US Eminence .'.. 1.274 1018 New Columbus 350 405 453 Npw Haven 700 Erlanger 240 256 182 New Hope Eu,bank 260 149 New Liberty '214 12S Ezel ..". 79 206 New Market 292 Fairfield 42 72 Gl Newfoundland 103 Falrvlew 153 Newport ..'. 30,309 28,301 134 Fallsburg 2,935 2,393 1,134 Nlcholasville 148Q Falmouth x o 390 434 341 North Mlddlatomn 427 . Farmiers 228 235 118 North, Plea3urevllle .... 1,136 Farmlngton 254 106 Nortonville 68 Flat Gap 2,073 1,268 Oakidale ..... 1,219 Fletnlngaburg 257 258 Oakland , 230 Florencetown 291 731 Olive Hill '1432 702 Ford 16,011 13.1S9 586 Owendboro 649 Fordsvlllo 1,024 1,014 58G O.wenton , 649 Fort Mitchell 942 953 14S' Owlngsvllle 158 Fosterv 22,760 19,4 IG 188 .... Paducah Fountain Run 541 942 10.463 9,487 Palntsvllle Frankfort 91 3,063 2,166 Paradise . 197 Franklin 196 Paris .... 5,859 4,603 421 Fredonia 104 145 210 Pellvillle .'. 172 Frenchiburg 654 2,525 - 2.8GO Pembroke ,JWU' Fulton...... ...!-..- .. 6S" SO 404 .... Penrod . . . Fiurguson 407 431 3,823 Perryvllle 4,533 Georgetown 393 503 407 Petersburg ...MlV:. ..... 287 GermantOwn 12G Rawee Valley 464 651 87 tiest 503 77. 569 Rikesvllte .... .... '.V.. 180 421 Ghlent . 2,161 12,072 PInevIlle 458 GllberiSvllle 934'.-"- . 2.316 2,019 Pittsburg Glasgow 272 224 Pleasurovllle 522; '. 303 Glasgow Junction ;. .. ,.t 22G Poole 198 179, 237 Glencoe 230 190' 117 Popular Plains 3 Gordonsvllle 152 174 ' 157 142 Port Royal Greacey 409 1,120 113 Prestanburg 106 Grange 162 246 Prestonvillo 228 213 Gratz 606 Princeton .... 3,015 2,556 735, Grayson 143 217 '. 450 . 5C4 Proctor ...... ..."I. .... Greensburg 2,084 1,286 680 7ll Provldenco ..: Groenup 250 242 1,051 Prjiorsburg 1.604 Greenvlllo 364 807 Qulncy 1.096 '.. 285 Guihrlo U.. 182 140 549 Ralwilck 609 Hanson 300 42G 210 Render , 366 Hardin 689 Richmond, ... 6,340 4,653 737 Hardlnsburg 38 .'... 115 3,147 2,876 RIchpond Harrodaburg 334 390 785 Robard 976 Hartford ....; .437 431 ..'1.002 1041 Roohostor Hawesvllle 658 525 537 .... Rockport .... Hazard ..., 13S 223 Rocky Hill .... 120 257 Hazel Green 89 Rosewood .... .... .... 82 525 Helller 224 166 11.462 10,272 Roslne Henderson 233 198 2,736 1.5S9 Rowlets ...: Hickman 413 250 Rumsoy 283 148 Hickory Grove 993 Russell 743 1,038 .''. 1.977 Highland Park 104 227 Russell Springs .... .1.. 182 Hlllsboro 331 RusseJlvllle ,... ... 3,111 2,591 370 Hlndman 438 434 179 "8 Sacramento Hlsovlljo 467 532 825 Sadlevllle ..v. 744 V. 660 753 7.280 SL Char'let .., 9.419 Hopkinsvllle '? "'.. 170 151 103 St. Helens .... Horsq Branch 867 t. Mary 154 881 .. Hora'd Cavo '. 320 208 i. US 120 altf n.. .... . . Huntoville 425 S&Whia ;, Gl a .45 .384 Hustonvillo K! . ' 2C9 316 Hyden 193 Satyerwilk) 310 265 153 Indiependenoe " 260 Sander;. 272 218 250 Irvine ., 385 Sandls 665 .... ..' 61 257 Irvlngton Science Hill .... '......' '257"47 Island 911 Soottsivillj .,.: 824 1,327 , 1.34G Jackson 1,500 1,477 177 Jamastown 345 .... Sharpaburg , 482 . .' r410 Jeffereonlown S4 Shelbyivllie .,,... 8G 3,412 3,016 JeffersonvlHe : City Clinton Cloyergwrt Columbia 581 1497 1,403 1,'022 970 ' 213 . LMngton a.462 Lbakpont 1,636 London 654 1,233 200 .... y .... . .... i... .... .154 1,220 685 153 1.G38 615 103 For Sale dntwlwr orufauCo.f orxprt prreh and Irwe tvvon. rrm dVloe, ho to obtain patent tnd aula," I COSTTteMl. et&. IN ALL COUNTRIC3. I Busltuts direct yAth WatUnglm tavit fiW.I Tolufe. 113 180 63P 653 115 544, ...;..... 366 600 176 noeimeoANB&treNbED.",lm,"M Real Estate! Acres of the finest Rough river bottom land located three miles west of Hartford. About 20 acres la cultivation. Good dwelling and out buildings. A bargain for $1,250. 50 a .Turalrs Station TyroHa Uiyontawn lipton4. Vanbeburg Versailles - .. 1,356 141 1,14G 350 1,532 125 1,161 monty ana ejim tut paitni. and InfrtojeiMnt Mnt or eomo to ut at Fnctle Exclutlvtt. Write CU SUta Stmt. vn. VilU4 IUti TtXmX 0Bc, WAWIWQTOrl O. C. (I Vinojrove Waddjr. ........ .... 2,268 2,337 427 168 .. ' Walnut. Grave Walton, WaYaSw ... .- , '. Washington Water Valley Waverly Weetj'Covlngton WeatTLlbcrty 'Louisville 570 254 174 650 900 433 228 09 538 785 575 "254 1,606 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE 311 , We hare 460 acres of tine bottom land firora one and a half to two with miles of Hartford, part of it timber. Also about 75 acres of upland belonging to the same tract. Terms easy. WostPoInt Wlwaiteroft Vt WtiitPlalns Whiteaburg Whlteavllle Whitley WioklifCo 1,751 442 102 782 490 280 321 205 210 489 K B flV m ' 1 I J ny ... 300 194 449 452 157 989 177 1 Wiltajft WHliamsburg Wiiliamstown Winchester Wlngo Woodburn Woodburg Worthville Yosemite ZIonJ 2,004 800 995 578 1,495 613 5,964 418 226 167 223 COPVRIQHTS AC. Anrnn Mndlng a tkatrh and dnerlptlon qnteklr aieortiln ppr opinion frae whetbar an Inrantloo' I probablr tatntabl. Comrannlra. tloniatnetiyeonnaantiai. HAWBtHH onrataota aant fraar OldMt aganor for aacunnffpatanta. fatanu taien tbrouao Munn Co. notut, wimom oaarse, in tftciai Tradc "Marks dciiqnb story frame A new one and one-ha- lf building with fire rooms and large rocptieon hall, built out of the best Situated on Clay selected material. and Fredrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. Lot 60x205 feet Fine well of 00ft water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. nine room two story dwelling-ICentertown, Ky., hag good cistern, good cellar, never falling well of water, good stable and other out buildings, one acre lot of ground. A uplendld location for family residence and hotel, price and terms reasonable. Apply to BAKNETT & FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Ky. Good n Scknnnc American. A handiomalf lltnitratad waaklr. fanrast dr. cnlatlon of anf aetantlOo Journal. Terms, 3 a jew i four roonthl, U Bolabjall nedealra. 7,156 404 217 173 MUNN Branca Offlce, B6 F SU Wublnston, D. 0. Co. New York 326 ,. 93 224 Subscribe for The Republican $1.00 per year. 207 It's Equal Don't Exist. No lone has ever made a salve, ointment or balm to compare Iwlth Bucklen's Arnica Salve, It's the one perfect healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Bolls, Uloers, Eczema, Salt Rheum. For Sore Eyes, Cold Sores, Chapped Hands or Sprains Try It Only 25c at all druggists, m - POSITIONS GUARANTEED will GUARANTEE you a position lr you us real soon. Wo need many more at once to supply the enormous demand for our graduates. As soon as we get the required numborof students this offer will be withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. WE Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO W. H. RA I OIO. W. SCHWARTZ PRINCIPAL BUSINESS COLLEGE ivooapoaaxan nsTa.nt.isn En 1804 IOUISVirjtiE. KY. ...... GILLESPIE BROS. iarSsir WAMTEM RIDER AGENT Itnns;er &J. F.GILLESPIE IH EACH TOW Proprietors ikMMlaW! 6 UCKSM1THING AND REPAIR WORK trictt and rtmarkabU tteetal efftrt to rldur acrenta. YOU WILL BE ASTONISHED law trictt we can nuke you this year. We- sell the lushest grade bicycles for less monnj ! t s. .!are siixncu 1 mui si.oa nroiir auavc laciDrv cost, 4iiY aIa iiidn ahB.1 uLiicr iJLiuiv, .... .. L' 1i I.. IkVil ti"ltJ id ate ai AanMflour Drices. Orders tilled the Aw rryivrH- HKCONU 1IANIJ UICYCLKS. We An not rnrulirlv handm tirveta. ns'Jiilv have a number on hand taktn In trad hv our C.hnsrn retail ctnrpj. The aroufl nrornDtlv at orices rancirur from S3 to St 8 or SIO. j)eurimive harrain ltitt maihd imported al"gl) fAICTCD QDAVCC equipment whoeU,kinds at ha(f roller clialns and prdals. parts, repairs o$ UUAdlCn-DKHnCof alt thi usual retail jricts. ride and exhibit a bicycle furnished br us. Our aeents cvenrabert aror simple. Latest Model wuii:j iul. . Tt.w jvr jHit FriHuuMr ami specuiiojjtr aieiKC, ludkiiiK MO MUNUV ItEQUIltUU until you receive and approve of your bicycle, :hi:r to anyone, anywhere in the .S.VHtAotaenii&4aulinaAvinct.4rttav SrrirAt.md allow TKN DAYS' FUKE T1C1AL, duiinz allien time you may ride the bicycle and. any test you wish. If you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish, to put It jo Keep tne Dicycie snip it imck to us at our expense ami vom mill not M out oft ctnt. VVC furnish mPTfiDV PDICPC at one small the highest erade bicycles It is possible to miW profit atxe actual factory cost. Yoo savapic rrlVIVill to f is middlemen s protits by buyin; direct of us and have the manufacturer's ruar. antce behind your bicycle. DO NOT 1IUY a bicycle or a pair of tires from anytn at any trice until you receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of facttr and diftrict,to miliCa fa.. 'Z&ffif5!& fr. '' ......., Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, Ky. reeular retail trict of these tiret it ttr fair. But la introaua we will ttllyouatampiepairtorftji'JVasnwiuioriurifMi. The XV.X7 8 HEDGETHORH PUNCTURE-PROO- F SAMPLE CCHMHTAIiMft T1DCC1 INTRODUCE, PAIR ONLY TO PICTURES 4 ?J NO MORE TROUBLE FROM ' SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHORNS NAILS, Taoka or filass tvlll not let the air out. Sixtv thousand pairs sold last year. Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use. s? nrsnfUPTIflHt Made In all sizes. It Is tivel v ' andeaivridins.vervdurauleaiidlinedtnsidewith a special quality of rubber, which never becomes porous and which closes up small punctures without allow, Notloe the thick rubber trea ing the air to escape. We have hundreds of letters from sat "A" and puncture atrtpa "bf customers stating that their tires haveonlvbeen pumped ami "ii." alao rim atrip "11 uponce or twice in a wnoic season, i aey wetf;n no more man to prevent rim outtlutr. Thid inordinary tire, the puncture resistingquaktlesbelti ft Given tire will outlaat any other by several layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the make-SOKLASTIO am. tread. The reimlar nrice of these tires is Ki.lo ner ralr.but for UAV KIULNQ. idvettlsinepurposewearerjiaklnjraspecialfactorypriceto per pair. 'All orders shipped same day letter is received. We ship C O. D. orB. the rider of only ICJICICUICU. lUU UU HUl MT M ICIU UUlIt JUIl UIS CUUIIUCU .UU lUUUU ILKUt IIIT apprOVal. We will allow a cash llscount of 5 per cent (thereby making the price B4.B5 per pair) if yois You run no risk in) send FULL CASH WITH OltDKU and encloss this advertisement. sending us an order as the tires may be returned at OUIC expense if for any reason theyarer not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as in at bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run faster, wear better, last longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price. Wet know that you will oe so well pleased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order txr want vmt tn aend ua a trial order atotice. hence this remarkable tire offer. . pair kind don't buy mfiff aaawa-a- w TDsTO iteagetnornanyfuncture-l'roo-at fany price until you send for a trial of a at. tires on aooroval and aaaaaww the sneclal Introductoryf Drice Quoted above: or write far our biz Tire and Sundry" Cataloeue whicia' " . . aescrlbes ana quotes an makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual tirices. but write us a postal today. DO NOT THIN K Of UUVINO a bicycle JVCaT WMII 'or pair of tires from anyone until the new Uw we are making. It onlyacosts a postal to team everything, you know nun, and wonderful' r write 11 oHera f " PT, . aw . tuarn . J. L. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILLJ ..., . Hodg-ensvill- ftl(lasilkyMkkssLikaii(ltayLat Having reduced my stock nearly keeping only the choicest one-thir- d, lTBfvIrif rfic Four-Fifth- fi - Crna Mo4rkre d ... Were Won by s Advertising-An- RflW-I.l- lf . r birds, am offering eggs from these fowls of These Would Be ....... - Lost if You Stopped Advertising! Newspaper advertising: is a part of all worth-whil- e a part of it which patrons particularly value. For your sales, the it keeps 'them in touch with your arrival of new stocks,, the showing: of novelties, the buying: opportunities which your store must create for its friends. The advertising becomes the link between the store and its clientele. They expectthe store's advertising to SERVE THEM "not now and then," not partially; but ALWAYS, and fully! To curtail the advertising in volume or frequency woujd make the same impression on them as though you moved into smaller quarters and cut down your force of clerks and workers, To INCREASE your advertising to make it more complete as "store News," as a "market letter," as a, bulletin of bargains will have the effect of enlisting a every day, and of winning anew all lot of new old ones! of the store-service 30, Eggs for $1 Free.delivery at.br ship- Jlllco Joneevllle ....,..: ,.. .' ....,. . , t 546 648 747 200 212 889 322 iw 817 126 209 858 646 199 hypherdavill.le, . . Shonbunnie .".. Q ix m 191 Junction City KirkmansvlUe Knottsvllte Kuttawa. La Canter MM. nanv i(sx .... .. t. ' ' . 318 253' 185 53 .277 251 203 87 store-event- a, ... ;. ...v 320 163 430 134,1 276 ;. Case Yalky'i V .... 364 iCaayvllle Cancer CarWsle ,Carrolltoa ....'.... ......1,3 .... ..". . W-r'- 11 G 2 'Caraville vpar ' ,'Mii Cailla CWWWpMig,..,., cv,cky .... CaatMtcw CmUiaI OH ...., Camlwaa. Msaiaga .... .... .. ' a0, fJ Layfayetite 246 Lalrsville Lancawtw 805 Lawrace)HH'g 2?8 LBbaaon ' Labaaon Juration 2l7 Lm City ..,', 638 301 ... .... 4J6 . -- ,. 306 . :A Sklleavllle Slaughtersvllle , SnilthlanU .... Smiths Grove '. Somewet ,... ., Sonora .... a... South Carrollton 243 557 583 679 411 ;726 4491 250 3,381 25.6 ped from Beaver Dam or Cromwell, Ky. Send cashwith order. Prompt attention and a square dekV assured. 107 1,723 " 35 t 1 4 452 ...... .... '.... 8.QT7' 807 ' 1.640 1,243. WS "027 107. 9parta .... .?., 3.04t SiwttsvjIU 171 914 Spclugftad'.'. ..... , ... f 418 U2-- 541 '1,010 373 1,631 M. 5 Stautlas Ground Maatoa finnbr""""'1 u mrtm'Mmn 331 278 "' R L BARNARD, R.F-.'D1- . ' ?45 8W 2,54fi 272 LolUhfrWd LftBexfeurg ..' i..J.JM T LwteWrg Lw-kMH- 63 W8 1W t 5W SI 234 328 .... ....... f No. 3, store-frien- 192 241 1,253 ds ChWpiU I70 '" LwUtftoA 3,wd M;m urta .., M15 'Wi BEAVER DAM, KY. 1.47 , IKS Ubrty 3J W) SuUAur LYNCHED BEFORE Mtktt THE NOTTS Bloody Drama is Staged in Livermore, Ky. Xesult of White Man Being Shot by Negro Fifty Men Form Mob. rm Mmm liHm; Etcy ASSAULT ON JAILEI NBWSl'AMR BHT uewtfo 18 Afl&OLOTattf'TJIB MSANB OP SBLLINO ,4 a. PROBABLY FATAL be snappy, Madisonvillc "The sdverttement, hcewwer, must attractive interesting NEWSPAK8 "IN DULL SKA80N8 Officer Attacked by PER ADVBRTI&ING ' Bai'BCIAL-- LY ADVANTAGEOUS. Prisoner Who Attempts to Escape. MadAsonvIlle, Ed-wa- It has helped my business more than any other agency I .ever employed." ,. The American Workitigman! the best dressed workingman ought tobe, the world. workingman for the very important part of this country. make a specialty clothes. think have the best working clothes that are made anywhere. They are made clean airy rooms, the best materials and the most careful way. They ' HtJiH &AkTNi POWDER tram Royal at Tartar Livermore, Mcbean county was tho jmoto of a lynching lata Thursday evening of last wok .whon a inob shot to doath "William Porter, a ne-r- o, about 7:45 o'clock after Porter The amfy kmkinw mama Drama had shot and sorlously wounded Clarence Mitchell, n young white, man, Oraam Concerning tlw inching the Qwcns-bor- o KOAU)M,WLIMEPHISPHATE Inquirer says: Mitchell and another young anan, Clifton Sohroetor, want Unto a pool the one which penetrated Mitchell's xoom conducted for negroes, of which body. J.J). Whlttaker.'a white man, Is tho (Mitchell Is about 25 years old and manager. jPwttor, tho owner, and Is the son of William Mltcbell-Wh- o .Mitchell and Schrc ter played a same, moved with his family to Llvormoro so.lt Is alleged, and refused to pay about a year ago Is well res ported Potter told them that thene was a by those iwho know him. pool .room for whlto people In the town, and that thoy should patronise Notice it, aa a negro pool room was not the claims against AH parsons-havin- g .place for white men. It is stated by persons who were present that Mitch- Dr. Joa T. iMlller, deceased, will preell and Schrooter became abuslva In sent the same to the undersigned their language, and Potter ordered executors, at Hartford, Ky., on or Mitchell before tho 3rd day of May, 1911, them to leave the house. jcaught Potter by the collar, and a properly proven a3 required by law, souffle ensued, at the end of which or they .will be forever barred. Jklltchell and Schrooter left the room. All persons knowing themselves When outside Mitchell cursed tho Indebted to said decedent wllll please nogro and daned him to came out. iPot-l- come forward at once and settle walked to tlie door with a pistol their accounts and save cost. in his hands and fired two shots at This April 3, 1911. One JtUtchell, tooth, taking effect. D. G. .MILLER, passed through the right anm an ELIZABETH S. MILLER, the right side, penetrating the Executors of the last will of Dr. Joe 3SM lung. Tho first shot passed through T. Miller, deceased' Mitchell's clothing only.. SALEM. V. P. Stateler, town Marshal of heard tho shof.and going to April 18 Rev. Jenkins filled his tho pool room, Immediately placed regular appointment at Cane Run, Sat Potter under arrest, taking ,hlm to the unday and Sunday. pool room owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. 1. E. Wilson were the J. D. Whltaker, for white people, and guests of the former's sister Mrs. (Which Is in the rear of the theater J. N. Myers of Falrview, Sunday. building. At once there was mob .Mr. Rufus Boyd and wife, Fordsvlll talk, and Marshal Stateler, Herman were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Watts, Jeff Whtttaker, a Mr. Peak and W. Camp recently. a Mr. Boykentook the negro into the Mr. Tom Daniel and family visittheater building to guard him until ed Mr. and Mrs. C. X. Christian) re- thoy could get conveyance .to take ceaity. their prisoner to Calhoun and lodge Mrs. Net White is on the sick list him in the county jail. They ware Meeting at this plaoe every fourth waiting for tho 'boat which runs be Sunday at 11 o'clock. tween Calhoun and Livermore. Mrs1. Nancy Daniel visited Mrs. About 7 o'clock a mob of about CO J. G. Wilson, Tuesday night. people assembled In front of the theater and demanded of iMarshal StateExcursion Rates. ler that he open the doors. This the U. C. V. Reunion Little Rock Ark., officer refused to do, and tlie mob ocsurged agalnt tho door In an effort May 15th to 18th. For the Above casion, tlie L. & N will sell round to break them down. The doors stoo iMay the first onslaught, but save way trip tickets $19.15 dates of sale 13th and loth. under the second attaok. Tho nogro Final limit of tickets All tickets had been secreted in one of tlw dress will be limited to reach original starting rooms at the rear of the stag. ing point returning, not later than The officer went forward to meet May 23rd; 1911, unless tho mob and ask them to let the midnight of extended at LltUe Rock, by depositlaw take Its course. Ho lrad held the spemob at ibay for about five minutes. ing ticket wltJi J. E. Hennegan cial agent, with a tee of fifty cent several and Thfc room was dark ex.matched woro lighted by nwmbrs of before May 23rd ticket will be tended to final limit to and includthe mob In an effort to see if the neand one desiring gro was present, hut this proved un- ing June satisfactory and lantern was light- to attend this Reunion, will please ed. Just at that time soma one aald: advise me three days before date of "There he is on tliia stage!" rrho going so as to secure tickets. 40tf H. E. MlSCHKE, Algt. officer turned quickly with his back to the mob, and yelled to the negro FAIRV1EW. to get pff tlie itage and out of sight. two April 25. Farmers are busy preparAlmost at the same Instant shots wore fired fiom a doubUHbarrel ing to plant corn. A few have begun shotgun, succeeded instantaneously by planting. a pistol shot. 'No other shots were The measles scare Is about over in .fired. Tho charges from tlw shotgun this nieghborhood.. All who had them struck tlw ivegro just under tlw left have recovered. shoulder and pierced his heart. The Mrs. R. B. Wilson is on the sick bullet from tlw pistol grazed the back list. of the negro's liead He died In- Miss Ella Mitchell of Cedar Grove jitaatly. visited her sister Mrs. Effle Boswell The lauBoru was immediately ex-- i Wednesday. Air, and Mrs. T. W. Acton, of Sultlngulshcd and tho mob hurriedly dls parsed. Marshal Stateler says that phur Springs vlBlted tholr son Rov. T. ho does not know who flrei the shot J. Acton and family Monday. as he had his back to the mob at Kev. T. J. Acton and little daughter Ruby, Bpent the day Sunday with tho time. No arrests liavo been made yet, but Mr. and Mrs. J, D, Myers. Marshall tutieler, Judge Mor,ton and Misses Madle and .Martha Potts and City Attorney Njwton of Llwnmore Lizzie Burton, Schroader, visited Miss . are making an investigation and ar- Bessie K. Acton .Monday afternoon. Miss Annie Myers visited rests will soon follow. Mrs. When there bugan to bo talk of a Blllle Autry, Sunday. . mob the marshal telephoned to Slier-- . Mrs. T, J. Acton is on the sick iff Beeler at Calhoun and the sher- list. ., iff and Deputy Shackelford loft at once Mr. and Mrs. Cloero Bryant, of Ilor Iter Livermore, but when thoy arrlv-o- d ton, visited Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Whltvj at that idace the lynching bee was Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. C. C. Whlto and daughter Miss all aw. Jt la said tliat Mitchell and tlw ne- Lorana went to Frledaland Thursday gro had had previous trouble lu the shopping, Absolutely Pure Jwr er ed Iilv-ermo- re, 14th-191- 1. jooJ ream, anld that bad Heeling existed. It Js also said tliat Mitchell Is Phonograph Records Broken. P ad A few days ago 2Ar. J, . Tavpan u aegro hater and bad a Hpoclal dislike for .Pottor. One eye witness to lockud his Jewelry Wore and step-po- d out for a few minutes. When he the shooting of Mltehwll by Potter says that when Potter fired the first returned be feuad that bW large record cae had felUa- over shot, MUebell advanced toward hlui nld: "Vou are Hot gsuno; try la the floor, every raeord falling out, and nearly $40 worth of iww that aaato." And the seen? 4ook being ( iwere broken, bot at iHi, the test Ao-uogaau-Mt- er fd oe Ky April 25. The folloiwing are the dates fixed O'Bannon Jailer is lwa dying for holding the Kentucky Fairs for condition hero as iha result of be- 1911 as far Officers of Is ing struck over tho head with a shov fairs aro nequastied to report to lis He in el welldcd by John iWIlby, a prtsonr any ommteslons or correction of dates of tho chain gangoftohlch O'JJannon is a .days. Versailles, August had charge. After making the assault Lexington, August 7 days. WUby escaped, but was captured at Unlontown, August S 5 days, 10 o'clock tonight by Patrolman WilWe of work-ingmen- 's Vanoaburg, August, 9 I days. son, several miles from this pity. LaWiDemceburg, August 15 I days. We vvc After knocking O'Bannon down WUl.oltchfield, August 15 1 days. by took the Jailer's revolver. HtfljToke Burkavllle, August 15 I days, the ball and chain from his leg which Brodhead, August 163 days. enabled him to make his "ge'taway. Fern Crook, August 16 I days. in workno atbknnt to When capturde he made Shopheridsvllle, August 22 ' days. of uaa the revolver which ho stole. London, August 22 t days. O'Bannon Is fifty years of age, and in Erianger, August 23 I days. is suffering from a fractured skull. Gormanitoiwn, August 243 days. will workHe is not expected to live. O'Bannon Nlcholasirfllc, August 293 days. had the chain gang composed of four who Somerset, August 20 3 days. men, working near the outskirts of We Bardstown, August 30 I days. the city. Tho other three men mode no Paris, September 4 6 days. attempt to escape rahem- tho jailer days. Montlcello, September was assaulted. Alexandria, September 5 5 days. When captured WUby said that he did Mount Olivet, September 5 I days. not try to iklll O'Bannon but only Hogonvllle, September 5 3 days. wanted to escape. He said he was a Sanders, September 6 I daja native of Vlnoennes, Intl., and had Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, come ito Madlsonvllle from Erans-vlll- o. September 11 6 days. I all-woo- ls Horse Cave, September 20 1 days. On tho second day he was fin4 days. Mayfleld, September 27 of ed $50 for bootlegging and wasaylng .working on the streets. give good his fine by Bible Made Cake. WUby who is is skillfully sewFour and a halt curs cf I Kings It, 22. old, was taken to Henderson tonight One-haipouttda of Judge v, 25. ed with, is because Hopkins county officials fearTiwD cups of Jeremiah rvJ, 20. ed "he would be mobbed. Excitement in fTwo cups of Nahum 1U, 12. Is high here. Two teaepoonfuls of I Samuel xiv, 25, WUby dropped into Madlosnvllle Ithroa To taste, II Chronicles 'lx, 9. We wjoeks ago and was arrested two days Six teaspoonfuls Jiercunlah xvii, 11. later. Ten days ago he tried to escape Ono and a half cups Judges lv, 19. from the city prison but failed. He Two teaspoonfuls Amos iv, 5. is wanted in Morganfleld on a charge One pinch Leviticus ii, 13. of selling liquor Illegally. Dhlectlons, Proverbs xxlll, 14. Bake one and a half to two hours. Notice of Dissolution. Baking powders may bo used Instead iNotlce Is hereby given that the of leaven. , Brawn Mercantile Company Is now INCORPORATED CERALVO. closing its business and winding up April 26. Mr. J. W. Baker attendits affairs for the purpose of termed court in Greenville this and last inating Its existence. THE CLOTHIERS. All persons having any claims or week. MIs3 Anna and Mary Caseblor, Para demands against said Oonporatlon- are requested to present the samo Imme- dlse visited friends and relatives here diately at the office of said Company last week. Mr. Sidney Klmbloy, Greenville was Hamilton, Ohio County, Kentucky here Tuesday. BROWN MERCANTILE COMPANY, of that Democratic congress is givWilds and family have . Mr. Thomas By F. M. SACKETT, Sec'y. 39t4 AMONG OUR EXCHANGES ing Champ more then h.e can do. moved to Calhoun. t Muhlenberg SentlneL Mrs. Ella KImbley, Baviler, was here SOME RREAGHERS' BREAKS. Enlist in Army. the first of tho week. A preacher not very tar distant The following applicants have enlist 'Mrs. P. A. iMtlner and son, Eldridge from here, in the heat of excltementi ed for the Infantry branch of ser- are visiting at Livermore anld Calhoun. present Indications Judge during From a recent meeting aald: "Canvice Jn the Regular Army, at the reC. B. O'Roar is going to teive a clear field Mesrss L. P. Ftflkersom and didates will come around with a lob cruiting station at Beaver Dam. Jack Bvorly have gono to Evansnllle on tor the Republican nomination for of bust-hea- d whiskey, pluck av mam Hase,, Caney.viUe; D. Allen, Hartfor a raft. governor, (The opposition to him in to one side and fill him (full of the Lieut Trader, in charge of the sta .Miss Ethel Robertson has returnhis iparty is rapidly, dtssolivlng into damn stuff." tion, will pass through Hartford to ed to her home at Fond (Run, after very thin smoke When the conwn-tlo- n Another was heard to say In day on his way to Smallhous, Ceralvo an extendied visit to her aunt Mrs. J. describmeets to 'make "nominations it ing the many resorts of aln: and Point Pleaasnt to enlist more H. Wood. is very doubtful that there, (will be "Thoy will go to agrog shop and men. any other candidate. Mndisonvilld drink whislkey,'to a card .table and Quit the Brush Business. i Hustler, play cards, and to a ball room and Advertising Talks. 'Let us do away with this brush business, as it only fills up a bad If the size of the hat indicatied the play 'ball." BY WILLIAM C. FREEMAN.' Another preacher In a very dilaIs the nam de plume mud hole temporarily and is danger- size of the brain under it we ktnorw a pidated school house, in which a post advertising writer In the At- ous to travel on, for both man and woman In BHzabetlitownifwho would ba of an had been erected in the middle of lanta Constitution. He writes clover, boast. When we go out to work the a Solomon. Ellzabethtowm, Nows. the floor to support the roads let us first look Xo the drainage Interesting sensible, advertisements He .was a Vpery boisterous A national .good ,road law put Dig a deop, wide ditch firom every for the lumber firm of E. G. low place and then fill In that law Into operation iwould beat Reform- speaker and his gesticulation oftea SONS. flat rook, six ing the tariff, aiid tbe.Jay of the far made him physically weak, iwhen ha, Tho advertisements are attracting place with a large Inches thick at least and cover it mer as he drove the nattonal highway would lean against tho post and preach attontlon all over the South. I 'am Informed that they aro selling lum- over iw.lth six Inches of broken stone would a thousand times outweigh the The house underwent nepaira and the of the hardest kind to be found in glony of "battleships. Muhlenberg Sen- poet was moved, (without his knowledge ber, too. They sell cypress lumber The next time he preached they had took his name. the locality. Our hillsides are cov- tinel. from which the writer noor lletata ha snnn, (nvl aAifoiamt UNUSAL ADVERTISEMENTS help ered with .rock that should be rolled Certainly In no county in: tlie State newspaper and HELP THE ADVElf down on the roads be burled and cov- Is a minister more needed aa sheriff ed for his past. Of course, he miss a ed It, turned a. somersault, and, ris ered with broken1 stone- - If this work TJ6ER. than in Breathitt. The present sher- ing up, roared: "Who In hell mov Is done this summer, then next Win-tby the Unusual advertisements, iff of the county with so bloody a rec the bad roads such as we have ord Is a minister and In hie doublo ca- ed that post?" way, are those that touch on things One, who was rather young In the human In the simplest kind of lan- now, will be unbroken. Let us take pacity ho ought to boaible to do much ministry, was exnlalnln why ha was guage and aro of themselves most un- more pride in our roads. Jackson for the good of the community. preaching, and wound up by shouting, Nows. pretentious. L Frankfort "I was sent hiene by God." Catletts- You have seen girls dressed In (She Modern Ma's Monologue. Esq. J. T. Futrell, of Fukon, on burg 'rlhune, simplest kind, of gowns who looked Infinitely more atratctlve than othar' you to start for last Sunday performed the marriage "Now lt'a tlmu far IfSce to Creditors.' girls dressed in the moat stylish kind school Reggie, darling. Good-byNo ceremony far alx different couples. of raiment. of V the Ohio .County dont kiss me! How many times He was bo busy that he did not get Credtiera J remember my mother In a calico must I tell ft you that kissing to un- to attend any of the Easter servteee Bank, will please come fonwMg and until late In the evening Madlson- Beetle taer aodebtedaess.. dress which Bhe made hcraalf uod sanitary? ktjfw my purpose and the, desire W everybody. which she ironed herself, looking-a"Oh, child, how could you pat the vllle Huetler. conneeted wMh 4he bank tohMve div dog. 'Now we must sterlHze jxrur hands fine as any woman I over .saw. Ohio, a sneak thief idends declared to 4fce depositors1 as It is not the advertisement that all over again and sUuu tbvm, and At Cleveland, entered a Catholic church and grabbed speedily as tnafous the greatests how that sella the then use the antiseptic spray on thorn oe4ble This canaot be the contribution box, but before he done unless, creditors, goods. of the bank There! Now, here re yaur Untteep-ti- c could get away a priest grabbed both wlH assist by meeting Thaae observations aro the result tfielr obll- gloves. Get your 'hands into them, the thief and the, box, turning one satloss. ' quickly. of reading tho advertisements of over to tlie cnurcn ana tne other over A. B. PATB, .Assignee, . Ho knows bow to dress up 3tf "And here's your Individual car to the police. The thief said he mas his copy in a way that COMPELS strap. Be careful not to touch any hungry that his family WHshungry ITS READING. EASTVIEW. . other, . w and decided to try. stealing a genml-cld- e I don't knaw why ulmber dealers "'And here are two tubes of Avril W. Mr,-J- . L. Maseie and son- pennies from the treasury of God uwMe-mad- e and, coal dealers In all sections uhould and a vaporiser; gargle ovary Almighty, to appease hie buslaess trip t6 Kart-k'and his not advertise. even hour tram this bottle and .enlft funnily 's hunger, God may 'Afy clothe the fowl Aatuntoy, B ' V. T ii' I noticed In a newspaper the other this one evry odd hour, -- . . u. it-mapeat BatunJay " C aaked and feed tbe hungry, but He day, that Mr. C. Frank Williamson, a "Here's your doctor's cerUMoat ' In Is not eolng to buy etatae a&d food aad day at eavar Dw4th Mr.lT lumber oValar of Media, Pa., hadttw l(s antiseptic case. Sbow It to tlw ' and Mrs. S. C. Auetta. following no aay about advertising ae teaeher if he lulsta oa cutting out with moiwgtvea to him tlwpugh the Mr. C C. Taylor to . Uw sldk various eotUfttmUoH. bexw !a ofcureh-e- s. . aoplle to hte buelneas. your tonslkfl again, and tell Mm I'm 1k. .La Rue Oetwfcy Herald. "I have tried, something suoom-full- y, 8une yeur adenoid have not grown OrvJlle. tbe 11W1 ma nt rn ..A' iw. sa BOBtettaiee unsuccessfully, al- - again alaee your eperatkm last wefek. Some admirer of Cfenp Clark has Mj. ClaiMtoe Jewell,- - is daaswowiyi -- .' ,raowt civepy kind of advertising along, dearie. Doa't Bent him a wlr of floe Missouri pub iH wWi te "Now ru ' MtrMMl.iHiwmoala. make ay bmUma kaowu, but finally bmathe when the wind to blowing er wbieh the Mew np oaJter 'has 'ayeed to Mrs. Sea Amfepse returaed to asp ' I took up aewqeupers. any duet flying or aay "people ywwkig drive dewm Uie Avenue' la Wkahleyos i rto4ereoi, FMdV asW reaieaed the eoacluelon ttet Dea't breathe at all if you eaa "I have bh That' MUiMrt fartaer ouht to have eiwadtag- several dss 1h u rtok M GOOD ADVERTISING IN A Liy mow coisWawMou. Vim ntuMsaaess ty with relatives sad frteude. H." Carolyn Wefte la' Kentucky Fair Dates. 22 5 - 54 save money for any man wears them. take special pains with our workingm'en's r ........ Suits 'and Separate Trousers i . twenty-soven'ytai- rs lt The clothes are and unions, the best makes to service. The clothing as cut as any.is strong thread and made to last every respect. The prices are very close. want the workingman's trade. CARSON & COMPANY, r Hartford, Kentucky. & - "CY-PJIES- gl -- K or News-Journa- s Cy-Pre- A , V. J TUT ar 'Vi wr Jud.