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The Hartford republican: May 5, 1911 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 hao1911050501_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: May 5, 1911 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - V Fin Job Work. t W.-Bruner, otU llepitbJiam. Jtatf DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY. I Subscription $1 per Year No. 42 I VOL. XXIII. ON TRIAL HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1911. W. B. Ashby, of Cantertown; M. B. Barnard, Morris Baraett, B. S. Chamberlain, E. P. Moorc, O. It. Tlneley, W. H. Rhoada, Fred Miller, W, J. Bean, A. E. Pae, John T. Moore, Rov Dr. It J. Ball, It. D. J. Wllker, W. R. Carson, J. S. Ford,, Albert Rial, J. W. Sanderfur, R. E. Loe Sbnmerman, L. it. Ward, J. C. tier, and J. H. B. Carson. SUN HATCHED. l ' SECOND TIME Suit of Dr. Baird Against Ohio County. tomes up Before Judge Baird Evans-- I Lost. Fine Sheep. Makes Foor Case. 5$ ' i . wft Hopklntjvllla, Ky., May 1 Amid the postofflcce at Oweneboro '.be closed on thunderous applause of 1,200 citizens S- Sunday. The order went Into affect of Christian. Trigg, Caldwell and HopBlind Fiano Tuner. kins counties gathered in tho Court Last Sunday. .. . m Judge E. C. Housa here Mr. Arden P. Decker, of Leitch-flel- d, a. professional piano and organ O'Rear, In oiwning his campaign from Dividend. tuner and repairer, has been in HartBy direction of the Ohio Circuit tha stump for tho nomination for ford for a few days thds woek. He Is Court, the undersigned iwlll as assi- the office of Governor, defined cleara genuine In this Una of work and no gnee of the Ohio County Bank, at his ly his position on the tobacco queswork is too difficult for him to unfor-thoffice in Hartford, Ky., on May 20th, tion, the initiative, the awferndum and pro-madertake. Mr. Decker knrned to do 1911 pay on properly verified demands recall, the county unit, direct bank examiners bill and other this work at the Kentucky Institute against said bank dividend number upon was void it, became nooessary receivone to the amount of ten por cent live issue in a speech lasting almost for the plaintiff to furnish the claims for the Blind, where he also caron the principle of each of said de- two hours. and amounts which formed the basis ed his classical education. He Judgo O'Rear in discussing the to a very) ries splendid recommendations from A. E. PATE, mands. of the note. In this he made Assignee Ohio County Bank. bacco question said he had no sym 42t3 poor showing as he was not positive well known people for whom he has satispathy with tlie element iwhlch aton any particular claim, although ha done work, and he guarantiees t. Donnell in St. Louis our tempted to disort his views through $(5000. of orders made faction. We recommend him to Returns to Native Home. road out about motives, but said he would adreaders and any time yuo have any by the fiscal count from 1889 to 1803. Mr. E. S. Parrish and family ar- selfish here to the position he took on thin LOCAL POST OFFICE would not be tuning or repairing Mr Decker will TERRIFFIC HAIL STORM rived In Hartford Monday from Shaw The court held that he you, Ha intends proposian In 1907, that anyone who nee, Okla., whwe they have resided entitled to recover anything except be glad to call upon every thirviolated the law should be punished, show that he to come to this city about amounts which he could VISITS OHIO COUNTY CLERKS ARE KEPT BUSY for the past five years, leaving Ohio individuals and corporations alike, but ty or sixty days. He states that could show that he owned in excess count- - at that time. Mr. Parrish was charity, but wants to did not believe In punishing of $5,600 which It was admitted that he does not ask. born and reared In this county, and that he the and permitting weaker the county had heretofore paid. At- give you full value for every cent you In the West and would have the Last Saturday Afternoon -- Esq. On Account of New Orders From did well there but tho health of his stronger ones financially to go free. sher- pay him, and he will do It. torneys for the county filed remained The trusts, he said, wore the great wife was not good, and tiny decided iff's settlements for those years and Writes us Miles the Department Putting on est power under tho sun except the Missions. Raise $76,000 for pointed out to the court that mora to return to Kentucky. Mr. Parrish power of the peoplo and it remained Louisville Ky April 29. The Rev. About It. Extra Work. than $2,000 of the amounts whloh will engage in farming as toon as" for the people to exercise that power, lie rents or buys a suitable farm. Baird mentiowad as among htose which W. D. Powell, corresponding secrewhich they now have the oppontuniity Ibought he owned had been- paid tary of the Kentucky vState Board of he J brought to do. This question Republican, every Every Hartford Paradise. Ky., May 2, 1911. y hte county to the veny persons to Missions for the Southern Baptist What Bad Roads Do. to the remedy, which, he dew&re church Hartford Republican, Mart' posttcard, every circular letter, besiEditors announces Kentucky whom they wore allowed and Bad roads cheapen land: they make " des ' (yery letter and all the papers schools a failure; thoy discourage the clared, was in the initiative, referen, credited to the sheriff In his settle- probably would, raise" the entire fund ford, Ky. dum and recall .whereby officials ment. The court Indicated very clear of $76,000 for missions, that sum be- Dear Sirs: I thought It would be of will ba, jcountea xnai go mm cuuie raising of good stock; they encourage their oath of office could bo your readers to knowtlhat through' Uncle Sam's hands during the the use of riclvety old vehicles; .they of" ly that the plaintiff .hadnnt.,mada intercut to relieved of duty and the will of tho otMay. oufhls" case", asi ho had only mention dollar fund being raised In southern we people down In this part of Ohio month keep down local pride, county pride people could prevail by the enacted about $400 even allowing him ever, states. Tha time for raising funds county 'who still haw and were not ,rTho Postofflce Department has made and Individual pride. They encourage proper measure to meet thing which ho claims in exoess of ends Monday night and Dr. Powell blown away by the storm, that pass- It the duty of all postmasters to as- all that should not be done and luelp ment of the had been paid. With said in the past two dayB he had re ed through this part of the County sort mall as to classification, and keep keep down all that should be done. the evil, concludng with the statement the $3,500, which people rule the politician the $2000, or more shown to have ceived almost $17,000 making a to last Saturday evening (between three a correct necord of the number of Bad roads lead to poverty In tills "unless the "llhlnd House" dainalni for county deducted the tal so far collected more than $C9,000. and four o'clock. The storm crossed pieces each class during the month of life, and In the next world everjbody will." The been paid 'by the hands of plaintiff will fall fair short of any ba- Plans for raising a million for mis- the river at E. R. Williams' and did May. The out going mall Is to bo knows where the bad roads kad. Tha a thorough roasting at the the speaker, who pledged himself to case was sions were Inaugurated at the Rich- him considerable damagw, talcing" off claUalfited the same may and a record Lwader, Hardinsburg, Ky. sis for a Judgemroeit. The exercise his uvery legitimate power, argued by both counsel for plaintiff mond, Va., convention last year. part of the roof of his dwelling house kept of the number belonging to each should he bo elected, to wipe that i night and and defendent Wednesday and othenwlse damaged the" house. class. Under this ruling it will take body out of existence. twice the usual time to distri- DISPUTE ENDS IN A under advisement by the was taken Tore up his out houses, orchard and about WEUT. BENNETT In anticipation of the occasion, tho court. It will probably be several bute the mall after Its arrival. As most all of his fence. hands down Us decoutgoing mall is to be so treated, SCRAPE large court room was filled to overCUTTING weeks before lie W. C. Overton was damaged to a the flowing long before the hour set for PROMOTED TO CAPTAIN considerable extent, the storm passing It will be neccusary for you Ito have If a Judgment is rendered ision. the beginning of the speechmaUing. county for any amount time to against the on In a south easterly direction! about your letters 1n the office in The main floor was packed a was tho to get them whatever the casa will again be takone mile wide doing considerable dam give the postmaster Itnw At Grassy Creek Tuesday After gallery and the alslos were filled witii en to the United States Court of Ap- Ohio County Boy Serves Fifteen age to J. A. Cummlngs, Layton Wil- ready. So If you have to wialt a while anxious listeners. Prior to tha apStill and say uoth peals. noonfid Johnson Surliams, Mrs. J. A. Miller, E. T. Hun-le- y, for jour mall stand pearance ot the speaker, the Hopkinscounty citizens will, no doub The following Ohio Years With Uncle Sam and Evan Davenport, In the way of Ing. This classification ville Military Band played a sarUs- of lagts only renders. were in attendance "at the court eithtaking off roofs of barns breaking out Uke a deal of time, but it patrlotlcalrs. is Rewarded. er as attorneys or witnesses: J. E. wlndawa tearing down fences and thirty days. ho When Judgo O'Rear appeared Fogle, F. L. Felix, M. L. Heavrinv u. orchards, but the worst t all was the The assistants in the Hartford post- - Tuesday afternoon at Grassy Cnaak, was greeted with a wild .burst of enwooa- fl ' E, Smith, C. M. Barnett. E. M. office, iMIs3es Gunther and Mills, said whloh Ml to depth of slx-iabout fourteen miles below Hartford, thusiasm which displayed the feelThe many friends in ifantfoind anM hail, Mfs ward, R. Holbrook; C. P. Keown, l.. path of the hall storm yestovday'that this order had caused no Messrs.- - Josh Crowe and Ed Johnson ings of tha voters of Western Kan- lohas. The p- - Foreman, George Bunger, W. S. unio county wm oa giau va learu win I wide, and end of extra labor and trouble and they one F Tinsley, Lewis Rlloy and John King, an Ohio.counjty .boy, W. E.Bannett, was about long. halt mile, fields In would bo" glad when the first day of engagad In a dl3pute, which resulted Ktucky towards him. I The wheat three miles C. R. Clark, a leading Republican ol ' of Hartford, J. P. Miller and G. W. has recently been promoted to th Its path were literally beaten into June rolled around. Tho rural routo In Crowe being stabbed in the abdoChristian county, In a neat speech of men. P. Stavens, tank of Captain in the regular army. .Martin, of Cromwell. J. ground and gardens were simply carriers are also affected In this orAccording to Johnson the facts of introduction said ho did not ballevo Captain Benntt uudoubtly jiasjust the of Beaver Dam, S. L. Fulkersan, of ruined, roofs, that were not .blown off der and they nre having the eame Bowling, of Nar- - cause to be proud of his distinction and the trouble are as follows, 'but it Is this formality was nooessary but that Tinricnont. J. W. were so worn by the hall that they "fun" as the other attaches of the post-offi- reported that Crowe tells a different he was glad of the opportunity to say W, P. Ellis, Deanf ield, Joe jSlc- - rank for hie la one of the wry few look like new roofs now; but the sight rows. here, but are going about tholr story: Johnson and Orow3 were part- a few nice things about the iMont men that enlist In the services of JClnley, of iwceterneia. work dollgently, and not raisins imuch ners In some kind of fish net, and gomery county man. Is in the woods. following from Ohio Co., served Ujicla Sam as a meme private and stay The green leaf or bud disturbance. tho dispute arose over it. Crowe as Jurymen R. T. Render, Beaver Dam with army life long fenough to et a toThere Is not a look like the dead be seen. They started after Johnson with an iron Attention Knights of Fythias. Hartford and W. F. commission of any kind. About fif R. A. Andenson, Lecture This Evening. of winter with tha small branches At the regular meeting of Rough, rod, which was wrenched ouj of his Condit, Matanaos. Will Riley Bean, teen years ago Capt. Bennett enlisted This evening at eight o'clock, In the hand. Crowe then picked up a shot River Lodge No. 110, K. of P. next on tho grand jury, In the Infantry branch of the service. literally worn out from the fall of of Dundee, served He has served In every office from hall. The bark Is pealed oft like they court house In this city, J. W. Prtor. gun, but Johnson took this away fron Tuesday night there will be lnKpo- rhad bean knawed by rabbits. It Is a D. D, of Lexington, Ky., one of tho him and threw tho shells away. By tant business to transact and every Restaurant. N Sells Interest in dethis time Johnson had his pocket knlfo member Is urged ot be present and sold his In- IVer rank he has held for several years Bight long to bo remembered by those leading orators of the Sou$h, will Saturday Mr. Joe Tata I ago ho took the ex that have Been It. and with the wind liver his amous lecture: 'Our Wives, out of his pocket and stabbed Orowe on time. terest In the City Restaurant to his Just a few weeks Tho as related above. .Ho asys ha offerSweethearts." and hall a terrific down pour of rain partner. Mr. H. N. Tate, who will amination for the Tank of Captain and we are looking tor the highest Mothers and Is one of high grade, witty, ed to take Crow to his (Johnson's.) Woodmen will Have big Supper. lecture conduct the business In the future. add passed with flying colors, answer water In Green river that was ver entertaining iou home but to this ho refused and and elevating. Tha local lodge of tha Woodmeaof ng satisfactorily every question. He Mr. Tate, who has .sold hi Interest, known. The writer to busy replacing can't afford to miss It! Crowe's eighteen year old ton as- the World, Is preparing to have an what ,bulnw he 'wilt has traveled extensively and baa a has' not decided culverts that have been washed out, Dr. Porter' comes under the auspices sisted him to his skiff and rowed him elaborate sppper for the members, engage In, but has moved with his wide knowledge of tha customs of the something that Is very rare in this ot the Baraca Bible Class of the Bap to his house boat, which was about wives, sweethearts and friends la thia where they re- foralga countries, and was actively family to Braver Dam, city on Saturday night May 13. Th S panlsu --America ru part of the county. tlat Church. A small admission fee three miles away. engaged la the sided before, coming to this city. J, H. MILBS. of 23 twite 'will be ohargod to dewar Johnson telephoned to Qontertown occasion promises to be an elegant fray expenses. Ten cents for children for medical aid and Drs. Crowe and affair and a largo attendance (s ex'' ' Sght, years ago Capt. Bennett mar-rlf- tl Delegates are Named. under IS yeans. Go and take sonie- - Smith went quickly to tha Injured pected. The tallowing program has Miss Ida Purcell, of Rad H1H. Miss Masoi Graduates. Rough At the regular meeting of body wife youl cou4()', and tiwy have a bright Prof, man. Yesterday morning he was re- been arranged tor tho owning. River Lodge No. 110, KnlghU of Py- lad four years old. Oaivt Bennett Is MUs ismay Mason, daughter of Welcome Address Council Comman8, Mason ,of Fordevilte ,wlll ba ported to bo In a very bad condition. I. thias Tuesday night it was voted that POND RUN. Only one wound was inflicted, but der T. P, Williams. graduated from the Fordovllle High saleetad by the son of Mrs. S. E, Duke - twvaty-fiv- e Rwalun be oily. Woodcraft as a Home Protector-Ma- yor .Lawrence lilleu is Is quite dangerous. Johnson appearFor several mouths he has Seaool thte evening, and she wilt be April B6.,-ChawaeUor Commander J. B. Tappaa u, James H. Williams. lodge at Uw besa la command of a company of In- the first graduate froai this sohool. tha guesA''of her sister Mrs. Leota ed before &q. J. C Jaoksou, of to reprseetti tlw taeal Weduevday and gave bond .Fraternal Insurance P. D. Twed-- . nwettiw of tha KaiqJU fantry at Fort Lawton, near Seattle, M4&4 Mason is Quite taleatad. and Cumailae, fifth District to the amount of $300. Tha examin- dell. while only seventeen years old was' , Sevural from here attended Pythias, that meets at Oweasbww WasfelagUw. Our Lady Woodmen T. R. Barfroai the common seaool neral al Taylopiqwa of Mr. Lqwls ing Mai will probably- be held next day. Friday May W. Altor oa nard. Baptist Church. slgftUl-Use- lr years .ago. Sfee also attended Brown wo has resided in Hartford Thursday before Esq. Jackson, five ready many from.thte eky hare What tho Woodmen Auxiliaryi Ha West Keatueky SaKlBary at Bearer the past two years. J. W. BRUJCBR, Pastor. desire to go, w4lllBaM To Build New Depot. Done To be supplied. Rlv-rSunday saboel session at 9H5 Dam aad Funk Seminary at I.nyange.' Bora 'to Mm. Lawton Williams the It Is thought that Rough ' What tho Hartford Members ShouUk' It s rumored that the I. C. and The eloslag exereteea ot the Fords- - 17th a bey. ,, The o'eloak Dr. H. W. Ford, Supt. lodge will b welt represent!. Taylor Is visiting the L. & N. wi bulk) a largo union Do Blras TIcheaor. feegaai .Wednesday Mrs. Otberta foVming www speetally appolatad to Morning worship at 11 o'eleek, vllle High Sekool Why I am a Woodman V. It, The freight depot at Noptouvllle. ttveakHf, whioh eyat bmu4m the end- - la thU vWiftlty. the Uuna of- - ftertuoa, "David's Victory" k attead. the ooavsatloa, freight, business of Parks. Mrs. MfV SeH&eOt. Ceralve, aad iacroaM la ifce Ing of a suaeeesaful tew. Muea week dMlrof the lodge that all who ean B. Y. P, U. at 4 o'clock. Social eatoritalBjnoat, Doa't fail to iwar Dr. Porter at haii beea done fcfelg' year by Prof, Ma. ahjldrea & wMUng hw pareats Mr, bath roads makes It &meratWie that do m attend. iMastor ot Oeremoaies W. R. Hel bettt facilities be provided, lor the , Tayjw. and J. lUTaomas, tj the eount heme Friday evaatog at sob aad Prof. Tandy and their ftples- - and Mrs. J, K. Shull. C, rick, Suadaf Sefcool' is Korelug orfce- - Interchange of rUfet at tin polut. M eMTW of fcaabers. Ewh; 5C. HwreU, of JUMlnt.U lo'etock, I The suit of Dr. A. B. Baird against o county was triad the second lime before Judgo Evans at OwenSboro Tuesday or tms wpoK. 'rne aoienaam. had entered a motion to ivacate the agreement made before a forfmer trial to waive a jury. The court overruled, the motion and trlud the case over the protest over the attorneys e county. The Court of Appeals having decided that the note sued During the rain storm last Sunday Messrs. F. W. and Henry PIrtle lost some fine aheap. The high watier coim higher pelled the sheep to seek ground, which afterward became flood ed, and the animals were cut off from assistance. The loss Is estimated at $G0. ly. There were eighty present SunO'REAR OPENS day. Miss Dink Whoekir, Alrdrle, visited at Mr. Ed Williams last woek. Mr. and Mrs. Pen Chlnn a pant Sunday at Mr. Wm. Chlnn's. Mr. J. R. Shull who htis born sick for soma time Is improving at this For Nomination for Gov- -' writing. Miss Willie Brown, spent Situr-da- y ernor. night with Misses Rhoda and Magle Williams. Mr. Wm. Chlnn and wife attended Thunderous Applause of Western Uu funeral ot Mr. Tom Chlnn's baby. JAMPAIGN Office Closed on Sunday. Acting upon the expression and sen timents of the business mem and citizens of Owonsboro, the postmastor genoral lias Issued an order ithat the Kentuckians Greets Appellate Judge at Hopkinsville. i !; m to-da- y, ry, Globo-Democra- - r ht who-violate- tha-rolllt- on - n- ce Da-vis- es oftis Mw. 1 let thefu-graduet- ed - jhA ad f ad Bvr GOOD TURNS BY SCOUTS Reports to Headquarters Shows Good Influence. Pwinlfi eaeowagew," s&W Palmer, "He's a wowfer, one In a itfeouwwd." "HAY BURNING -- Noted Hi Hcloine Scout in the i Boy Work. IA k . ' !' Traina that get belated thee days In Thero are 500,000 Boy Scouts are cussed and discussed bylthje'trav- America. That means that there are eltog public, .who often woadar what iby Amer C09.000 good turns done dally the matter Is. Whoa they can find ore While the boya Jean boys. nothing else In the iworld to criticise taught to get as much out of the it is a pleasure to have the railroad wooda as did "Hack" Fin and Tom company to pass Judgment on. Many Sawyer, the Idea of a dally service la old railroad stories have gone the impressed upon them. They are first rounds of the hardships of railroading to be helpful to one another, courtIn the early days and one of Interest eous to strangers and helpful to woman Is thai which to told by a Denlsonman and children. of tho line which Is operated between Hundreds of scout masters have doned" MarshallTexas, and ShreVcPont, La., reports Bent to national headquarters during the civil iwar. If you have trouble In getting rid telling of the sood turns the boys The management of tho .road made of your cokl you may know that you money. They did not have a railare doing. Recently In Twenty-thir- d Btreet, Now Yorlca half blind man are not treating It properly. There road commission a'fter them every Is no reason why a cold should hang days In tho year. After selling the was walking along near where work was done. Pieces of on for weeks and it will not it you line to the Texas an Pacific .the man randier Were being carried out of the take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. agement ot the line went into the liv m Three youngsters, seeing For sale by all druggists. buldlng. ery business In Marshall. old man making his way feeble the The management and o,wner of this How's This? alongAnd fearing he might be hurt, place of road was one man and It Is him We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- said that his name was John rushed up to him and helped pass the dangerous spot. When a ward for any case of Catarrh that He held the many"respon-sM- e boy cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh lady asked than If they were positions of the line. Some of scouts they said, "iVss, indeed this Cure. F. J. CHENHV & CO., .Toledo, his titles Nere the Chairman of Is the third good turn we hare done Ohio. Board, President, Vice President, supa We, the undersigned, have known F today." Straightway they made erintendent, trainmaster roadmaster, third knot In their neckltes. William IS. Cheney for the last la years, ana freight and passenger agewttflreman, Archibald, of 538 West One Hundred believe him perfectly nonoraDie in conductor and master mechanic. street, a scoutmas- all business transactions, and finan and Forty-secon- d The road was known as the 'Memsays that hl3 youngatons have cially able to carry out any obllga phis, El Paso and Pacific and was ter volunteered to lead the blind toys tlons made by his firm forty miles long. On leavdng Marshal WALDIXG, KINNAN & MARVIN, to amd from the public schools. there iwas a long grade and" the balBarring-toO. Wholeealle Druggists, Toledo, Howard W. Baldwin, Great ance ot the line was also 'full of Hall's Catarrh Cure 13 taken in- grades. During the Conn., Toports that hte boys are war ' Ihe solhepllng their fathers' t .business and ternally acting directly upon the blood diers took all the rolling stock off you have rheumatism In your are assisting agtxl women to cross the and mucous surfaces of the system. the Toad except three box cars. These When Instep apply Chamberlain's foot or y, Price 73c. streets. Frank W. Barber, of Ames-bur- Testimonials sent free. cars represented the rolling stock of Liniment and you iwlll get quick re Mass., has taught the boya to per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. the system until It passed into other quarter. iWhy Take Hall's Family Pills for Con- hands. The motive pqwer was of the lief. It costs but a pick up loose paper In the streets, suffer? For sale by all druggists, m Vic- stipation, m and thus prevent runaways E. beat in those days anfl consisted of tor Blgelow, of Lowell, Mass., has got commonly several yolk3 of oxen, the boys to replace signs In he street RICH DISTILLER, 72, The oxen CHURCHES AWAKENING known a and to give up their seats In the street responsible- - for the trains bewere cats fo women. AND USING THE PRESS WEDS GIRL 26 ing on time and they twere' generally Bristol, Ten n., reJohn K. Bergo, of to the minute, it Is said. Mx. Hlggln ports that the .boys have done good son was known to bo the firatjgooba. work in stopping forest flrc3. Robert In rallroadhlstory. Advertising Colums Added to Me- D.' Busslcy, Oentralla, Kans.,' writes J. Hr Beam, of Nelson County,and Tho train was operated bn the trlr doing two that tho toys are fond of weekly plan. Whon the cargo was diums by Mr. Jenkins of Miss Anna Figg Brown things namely, hunting possums and gathered up and everything ready for doing little turns for the poor boys' Presbyterian. the trip, the oxen weTe loaded' into are Married. home, Frederick H. Bowen, of Spring the first box car on the train. The field, 111., is proud that his boya next oar was loaded with freight and dally carry flowers to the sick in .Widespread attention has heen atBardstowm, Ky., April 29. An un- passengers and the third was occupied hospitals. J. Harold Bawen, Putman, usual love affair of eight months' by the "management" The cans were tracted to the policy of one ot MilConn., has taught his boys to pro- - standlne ound culfminatlon In he started demm the steep grade out of waukee's churches in endeavoring to tect dumb animals. (Letter Brasefleld; wo4dlng tonight of J. H. Beam, Presl- - Marshall and atter rollng as fox as reach as large a number of people as Oakland, Cal., tsays his boys help peo- dent of the Early Timas Distilling they would the brakes were set, the possible with a knowledge ot its serple cross Hireats. The scouts under Company, and Mtes Anna Figg Brawn, oxen unleaded and hitched to the vices, their nature and alms, and the T. J. Chlpp of Philadelphia are help- of Nelson county. Beam, whp la re coupling of the car.. The .brakes Wefe desire ot the church to aftVjct the ing their mothers with the housework puted worth $500,000 13 seventy-tw- o released and the train started up the spiritual life of the community. Presbyterian Is Immanuel This The tenderfoet of Henry S. Douglas yoars of age, .while his bride is just grade until the top was reached, Now London, Conn., do not accept twenty six- - The latter Is extremely when the oxen were again loaded In- church, of which Dr. Paul B. Jenkins any tlis for courtesies to strangers. pretty an J has been the acknowledged to their car and another start .was Is pastor. Banning with Its street J. Herbert Darey, Sioux City, la., sta- reigning belle of the county since her made downhill. This performance car cards, the church has met with tioned his boya on. Halktwiwctsn to dttbut. was repeated until Shreveport was results eo definite as to lead it to protect (window haystacks- - Itie boys This is the bridegroom's third mat- reachod. On a lovel the oxen pulled extend its methods to Include men and under S. N. Fouter, Lincoln, Neb., rimonial venture, botih of his former the train, but down grades were al- to the use of tho regular advertising columns of the press. Blotters wash dishes for their mothers. 'Mlivs toeing dead... He has known his ways itaken advantage of. Guy W. Gold, of Spins Valley, New present wite since childhood and jvats bearing the name of tho church and This Is said to be the second York has charged his boys to protect ago whim transacting business with of mention of Its services are regularrailroad In the history trees 'planUid by the Clic League. her father, Oharlo3 C. Brown, at the the United States. The first was ly placed on writing desks In hotels. (Dr. Jenkins says: Reports from oilier Scout Masters latter'8 home, he boacuod her as a when the Baltimore and Ohio used 'There is nothshow that the boys are doing many rollicking lass, on his knee. horses to haul the freight and pas- ing sensational altout It .We are simthings .willingly and smilingly for The engagement of the pair has senger train's over the 15 miles of ply trying to do the business of the their paranta since tlwy became been rumored for three weeks, but tract Jflrst canstructiad. The Balti- kLngdom of God in a ibualnc&s like Scouts tliat thoy usjd t do grudg- rows of the wedding tonight brought more and Ohio later turned out' to way; that's all. We hollevo absoluteingly tofore. One boy sat fro3 a trap- - forth not a little surprise among- the be one of the strongest railroad sys- ly In convert son as the ludlspeuable pod dove; another made a specialty otj villagers- - The marriage was Boljim- - tems entrance upon the Ohrlstlan life, but in the United States. unttbocklcg horses, and apuaUiog to zud at the home of the hrldels father weboUovethat a man must come to church If he Is to ,bo reached by the drlvuns about the harm of high chuck- here. The couplo will spend the honeyGives Aid to Strikers. message of tho church. And we .being. W. H. Butler, Floroavllle, Tex., moon at Yellowstone Park, and reSometimes Uver, kidneys and bowel speaking of the "dally good tunn," turning, iwill take up their rosUonco lieve that any man will come If he Is writes tliat the iboya are visiting the at the palatial home of Mr. Beam at seem to go on a strike and refuse to onco convinced that the church has work right. Then you ncvd thoe a message for him that he would be sick, doing JittVj acts of courtesy and Early Spring. Dr. little Pleasant kindness to each other and home folk lutreested to so and hear. And wo King's Now Lite Pills to give them are trying to convince him." ladlus, ar chariThoy tlo ihors! for Terrible Picture of Suffering. natural aid and gently compel proper table, thoughtful of language, run other; sacrl-IIc- o Clinton, Ky. Mrs. M. C. McElroy, action. Excellent health soon follows, wrands and Iwlp each In a letter from Clinton, wrltea: Try them 25c at all druggists. m some pleasure, perform dutl rath- "For six years, I wag a sufferer from more cheerfully, think of others not eat, and Boy is Burned at Stake.' er 'than self and are kind to animals." female troubles. I could could not stand on my feet, without Rhc-torThe St Louis Mo., iMay 3. Edward" de Edmond W. suffering great pain. 1 had lost hope. Domato. 5 years old. ot S52 North Takiedo, N. Y., writes about the . . SA . ........ . W. H. & J. F. GILLESPIE Wily ' good turn "some of the boys After using Cardul u week, I began WiWttier sireai, iwas uangerouaiy ,duth Improve. Now I feel better than ed while playing Indian. Dr. It. M. Proprietors the first to rise In tine morning and to sucWilson says he must remain In bed lbibt the XiHd3 for their mothers. Otli In Hlx yeard." Fifty year of practice, is paa&lvc several weeks. era again are quick to find oppor- cess in actual proor, furnished by those who have Uolp-iln- l, With four oldor boys, Eddie' w tunities of beln klcdly and LACKSMITH1NG be playing on a vacant lot near hlsiietwe k tried It, that Cardul can always dlrestlons or giving strangers relied on for relieving female weakness All wore Indian suits. There a burdiw tor small children or and disease. Try Cardul, 'battle and Eddie was captor- sgod persona" H IwMMMpMMHMHMMMa A-- 4 now. ed as a hostile brave. He was doom AND REPAIR WORK ed vo mum at me sutxe. a ooapw ."Boy Father" Making Good. Fifty Found Tumor Removed. was luultt and the alitor boys surBrockton, Mass., May of rounded Eddie and dancedabout Mm, District Leader, Tho Fourth by the iluck of IUoy Dakar, lniiruued constantly closing In and forcing hji "boy ather." (who U Hardlsburg nays: the" Mrs. McCajah Amies, wa operated ndarer to the fine. The fringe OHnWi tp kew the little IBa-1filiating so hard Mliy togoawr, Deputy prison on Friday at Klno&etoes lBflnmary troiHww wa Ignltod. The other Wi A 50 pound tumor wu rwawvad .from raa away and Eddie ran to the uimot Cumnitwrnrr TnUiver of BoHUnl'who bier, The operation was a Y&y Ber-lo- A boy drlvtog a grocery magon mw i &. fcw by Oovor Bmm obk) aad at .present she to doing hUn aud extinguished the X 11am a toy evwUUoa of tim i 'I rolling hha In a horse blanket,) Mi-das" can be " jr-;- the BaWer fwnllyi,' iwys 'the as well stoically rafiuea to tell who 'W 1h3 iwlll woader and yawaf chap to eompanioafl were aad Mrs. de Dan to vary WYoraxw rmv-- i ovw a FOR FLETCHER'S un&hle to ! said that ahe hw b IU Oovemor. tferfr mmm. Tke hay's rle&t le mm llt and "TJw iboy dwwrvwi muk Hig-glnso- nn. hasy-burmeIm-manhay-burnf- ng striko-breakora Fltz-filinoy. . car-ttIbto-da- y sjso SaWa" Savuml mo waUwecd to Mrs. Mary Baker, w ahArbom aad her tow Children, Roy. age IS; Grace, aged 11; Atafeol. age . and Marioa. a?d 2. Nre arousw. Before the court as negleatcd children. Judsu Warren A. Reed was on the Merge of Bending all four to aoaae when yow Baker oke up and ploadod with the Judge that ho be annotated wardtaa of hla states. His pica was so strong that the juago appointed him guardian, aad young Bakksr at once started to work and .iTT,nortl his three staters. Baker's plea to the Governor was one of the most dramatic Incidents at the State house this year. He wront to the gild ed dome, "held up" Senators and Representatives and asked them ot sign his petition, then got an audience Trith the Governor and made a hit with nis excellency .because of his great show Inves-tlgate- d of manliness. '"Mr. Palmer, things here," said the lad, "and he's satisfied that I need my' mother to help. 1 think I've won my fight and that mother will to par- oer. burned Its' etlr leagth. Though he will likely reoovw tke fceaMeg proee will fee slow, Dr. Wrtoon Bays. mm ; UNCLE SAM RAILROADS" Oxen were Used intkt Ear- ly Days. Texas Line Used This as Motive Power Before ' Sfeam'. Timely adwtoe gives Mrs. C. calls your attention to a comparative statement of Marengo, Wis., (R.No. 1) prevented a dreadful .tragedy and of his bank as of March 7, 1911; made to tho saved two lives. Doctors had said her frightful cough' was a "consumption" comptroller of tho currency, and of same dato cough and could do little to help her. Aftermany remedies laUed, her 1910, which shows an increase of more than aunt urged her to .take Dr. King's New Discovery. "I bavie ibeen using It tor some time, she wroto "aad the twtful cough has almost igone. It also saved my llfttle boy when taken with This a severe bronchial trouble." March 7, 19 1L March 7. 1910. matchless machine has no equal for RESOURCES. RESOURCES. throat. and lung troubles. iPrlce 50c Loans and Discounts.... $ 751,763.71 Loaas Mid Discounts ..$ 837,937.31 and $1.00. Trial ibottle free. Guaran708.92 .610.39 Overdrafts . , .. .. Overdrafts m teed by all drugglsW. PreU. S. Bonds and S. Bonds and Pre U. , 231,905.91 181,146.53 miums miums Notice ia Bankruptcy. Baakdng House, FurniBanking House, Furni In the district court of the Unified ture and Fixtures . 20,000.00 ture aad Fixtures- -. r-- 22,000.00 States for the Western dtatrlct of 180,465.90 Cash J69.850.08 Cash Kentucky Qwnsboro division. Due from Due-froJ Thomas Al;In the matter of James I j Banks Banks i len, a bankrupt, and U. .i ana u On- this 27th day of Alprl A.v D., 178,150.33 97,684.43 157,033.11 Treas. S. 87,183.03 S. TJieas. 1911, on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankmiplt for discharge, 11,268,702.50 11,115,583.74 tiled on the 12th day of April A. D., . LIABILITIES. LIABILITIES. 1911 it Is ordened by tho court that ? 250,00000 250,000.00 Capital Stock .. ..' Capital Stock a hearing be held upon the same on Surplus Fund 6,$00,OO i 2,500.00 Surplus Fund .' the 10th day of June A. D., 19J1 be12,594.68 7,916.23 Undivided Profits ..- - .. Undivided Profits .. ..i Count Hall fore said court 230,000.00 180.000.00 Clrcutetion Circulation at Ixxulsvllte, Ky.. In said district at Deposits .. 770,607.82 675,167.51 Deposits 10 o'clock In the forenoon, or as near ' thereto as practicahle, and that notice IU68.702.5O , $1,115,583.74 i thereof ibe published one ittma In Hart bor-7- 7 ford Itypubllcan, a newspaper printed OO Dam 4 of all bank failures are caused by employes rowing too much" of the bank's capital. NONE In said district, and that all knbtwni creditors and othar persons In Inter of the employes in the est may appear at said time and place and show cause, of any they have, why .the prayer of said potltloner can borrow one cent out of that bank. Make the United States National should not be granted. your banking home. It will loan you money or pay interest on time (Walter Honorable (Witness the deP3it3- Evans, Judge of said Court, and the DIRECTORS. seal thereof, at Owensboro, Ken- E.T.Franks, J. W. McCulloch.J. T. Griffith, John Thixton.C. E. Bibk, tucky, in said district, on the fl7th J. J. Sweeney, Lawson Reno, Henry Wile, Dr. Aretaeus Kirk. day of April A. D., 1911. (SEAL) A. G. ARNOLD, Olerk, M. E. DUNN, Deputy Clerk. iWll-lougtt- Averts Awful Tragedy. $150,000.60 In One. 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J 3 uon.es W . vs ml-ml- s 3 FERTILIZERS i MANUFACTURED BY to to PURE ANIMAL MATTER Dreoa W 1' M oeply Jones Fertilizer Co LOUISVILLE, KY. FOR SALE BY TIm ua Horseshoeing a Specialty. 9. wr ii -- Children Cry i hi xel. 2 1 ie CASTORIA Hartford, - Ky. Ttoim Mai W. E. aiVVVyVVVVtFVVVVVVWVVVVVVVWY! ELLIS,KY. HARTFORD iia i ia v.. Jf .. ' r wwtoout a mistake The follow across tiie table was taking it In. "Pretty clover nlggor yeh?' h asked THE FUTURE J'Utold him i was dumfoundtd. I n4er would have believed that a nig-fjcould walk fast, let alone take aH' onder straight, and show ordinary Blind Will be Given Light and Intelligence, SSTYou don't know Washington t" Worn-Ou- t d. Hearts advised my friend. Why they liayo the most acute sensibilities in tfca rrorW.. .First time I came in here I looked at the and Dr. Maiirice H. Htehardon lh&. no said to the old fellow who was fussted purgeon, Itcok a very opttnrfsUc ing at the bacik oy my chair: view of ,the future of his profession 'Qot frog legs?". y In a Halk iglvon in tlia Harvard iHe came around front and said, Mudlccal School eeriea of free lwctwva qificfc as a flash." when he eoi'.d possibly the sonrgMons "No, I hasnfs sar, got frogs legs! CARDS, ,- - NOTE HEADS may yet Ibe ablo to give sight to tho 1'se had rheumatism the fo'teon years blind, to furnish hearing for the deaf ah'.' I nckon that'd make anyone's leg and own Ho glMe niqw 'life to a heart crooked." r- POSTCARDS ENVELOPES that has nearly stopped Ibeatlne from The Southern member retired to valvular obstruction.. the Committee room still iwond'crtng He also hiatal Uiivt it Is not !m- - lfhe had been "Joshed." "JVfialrs BILL HEADS BLOTTERS poaslble that somo day healthy! human aWVa Ellington ," Joe Mitchell Chapi lddnoj-cold pie, in National Magazine for May. may .by some sort of storage or other preservatlivo moans " . PROGRAMS LETTERHEADSHfDo you know that of all the minor be kept till nttded and them substi aliments and colds are by far the most woxm-otuted by tho surgeon for the dangerous? it is not tho cold itself and useless kidneys ot some pa.', SHIPPING TAGS STATEMENT HEADS that you need to fear, but the cerious tient, who may then ntcdver. i mherfeas cancer is al diseases that it often leads to. Most He said that ways curable by tho surgeon If ho of those are known as gonn diseases. LABELS CIRCULARS Pneumonia and consumption are be given the opportunity early enough among them. Why not take Chamnot one in 60 cases of cancer of the berlain's Cough Remedy and cure your stomach and not one In one hundred . STOCKFORMS . B.OOKLETS 'cold while you can? For sale by all fpf certain other kinds of internal can druggists. m cer relach the knowledge of the surgeon early enough ot save tho suffer r S CATALOGUES ORDER BLANKS a. er. The one thing above all others AIR TURNS GREEN -. that has hitherto defied the surgeon, he said, has iboen obstruction of the MORTGAGE' BLANKS DEED BLANKS SHE ASKS circulation of the Mood, located in efther the arteries or in the valves of the heart, but the wonderful tilings New York Hirsute Experts Sued accomplished by Dr. Carrel, in New York by putting a clamp on the heart by Young Woman for Ruin- the speaks bellcvrad opened up a for wonderful vista of possibilities ing Her Hair." the future of surgery. If some way can be found to clear JNew York April 29. Mrs. Adeline out am obstructed valve, he asserted, .Let Us Submit Estimate on Your Next Work. a man who finds It almost Impossible K.j'Lawlso.n has begun a suit in the All Work Guaranteed. to mount one flghlt of stairs would Supreme Court against Mesdames be just as well as anytody else as Polly and Klark hair dressers to the soon as the obstruction of his blood fashionable, to recover $20,000 damages alleged to 'have been caused by circulation was removed. An interesting statement by Doctor the use of poisonous Hrui'd!s in the Richardson was that cancer on tho dyeing of her hair. Mrs. Lowlson an lip was quite common and is usually attractive young woman, who halls due to smoking a clay pipe, the stem from San Francisco, declared that No. SIS of which Btloks to the lip and re her hair turned gray during the earth moves a portion of the membrane, quake and fire. She conisuUed the the cancer hirsute experts and asked ithat her forming the seat for ten- hair be made ibrqwn. Instead, the dye on the lip, owing to tho dency of the paper to stick to the used, she allogcd, turned her tresses, green, and she also alleges poisoning lip. .Now York World. of tiie scalp and face, and claims to have suffered great pain and menI Jority of cases it is quite the reverse. tal anguish. In fact the rights of the 'People, and FROM For Infants and Children. Only a llttla cold in the hjad may the welfare of their oommunlty Is Kind You Havi Always Bought be the (beginning of an obstinate caso always uppermost in tho minds of The Drive out the of Nasal . Catarrh. real editors. There are a thousand Bears the Invader with Ely's Cream Balm apthings that an editor has to Signature of and one plied straight to the Inflamed stuffthink, of a thousand and one things Price 50c. If ed up to vex his soul, ruffe his feathers George D. Litsey Resigns and turn his plumage all up the "Joshing" The New Southern Con you prefer to nise an atomizer, ask for Liquid Cream Balm. It lias all tho wrong way, "that ye know not of," gressman. good qualities of the solid form ot thl Leitchfield Gazette. and never can know except you As ho mode his way along tho hall servo a term in a newspaper office. from the Houso restaurant, theneW remedy and will rid you of catarrh or hay fever. No cocaine to breed a "which Therefcer, the maledictions Southern member was chuckling. No mercury to dry dreadful habit. In" Farting From Editorial Duties you have heaped upon us, and the "What's the Joke?" he was asked, out the secretion. Price 75c with you have made concern ugly wishes "Joke's all right, as far as it gees," Says Some Words of ing our future destination when we he said "tout I think, the fellow was spraying tube- - All druggists, or mailfailed to mention the death of the Joshing. By George," as the audi ed by Ely Bros., 50 Warren Street, Wisdom. gray mare last week or neglected to ence waited patiently for the stony, New York L state that Nancy had a ibe-t- u Sunday, "hut that's great tuff to settd down HERBER1. we will repay with the ungrateful homa on negro sensibilities, i Mr. George D. Litsey, ot LoltchtTleM may fall to April 26 Miss Mary Chambers Is edit-- or hope that some day It "Yqu seo," hie ibegan, "I was amaz whofor several years has been 'your lot to be Editor and Manager of ed at the activity ot the iwalters down visiting in Oweniboro. and manager of the Leltchtleld Gacountry nawispaper. stairs mover saw niggers move fa3t Mr. Arthur Mllllgan started to Denzette, las retired from the newspaper a For the stands wo have taken on before. One of them rtook my order ver Colorado (Monday where he will probably engage in business, and will I dldn,'t have to holkT my head off make his home. huslnaM. Air. LitfieV haS public questions and for the political tKa Principles we have advocated, we at him, either and brought it iback Miss, Ethel .Wilson ot Rome Is visitmade, the Gazette one of the best be ing Miss Myrtle Burdott. weekly .papers published dn the State, haive no apologies to make. iVe principles of Demo ll evo Mr. Guorge Mllligan of Owensboro and iwe regret to see him leave the cracy In the eternal and have maintained an editorial spent Saturday night 'With his brother will be succeeded editorial field. Ho vluw to fostering thvsa Henry. by D. h. Hughes, of that city, who Is policy with a Sir. George Barnett wife and son, and we truths and advancing this Democratic a practical newspaper man, our county. We have never visited In Fordsvllle from Friday un. wtelTboth gentlemen much success in cause In a tenderfoot policy, but 4 til Monday, i thclr now fields, m his last editorial maintained said about what wo Misses Dollie and Alice Jett spent Backache reiulring from weak Mr. Lltaey ivlvldly have uualy in the Gazette beffoTO that to remain kidneys, a bad cold or other cause, Saturday night with Miss Eunice portrays many things that come Into thought. Be as mually renders thi su&erer unfit Baize. i country edWor,i and we silent when duty bids us apeak is the life of the 's bad as to put our nose In other Rev. George Jones, wife and for work and often results in perreprint, it with the hope that ;somQ off affairs. With so many people manent disability. Mrs. Sarah Voyka, have our readers may be benefited by the and so many nilnds and so widely dl- "I suffered for years with my measles. an experienced newspaper weeds of Mr. James W. Ford of Owensboro, virant intoruats and vlyws, it of hack, or kidnev trouble, and have man. The editorials follows: necessary, In oruVtr to 'tried a number of remedies from Is visiting relatives hero. of country news- ten becomes If the editors promote the boat interests of tho mios different physicians. 'Mr, and Mrs. Charles Taylor visitMore than a papers Wore half a mean ae some 111 will qf saUe. year ago, one of our local druggists ed the family of Lindscy TViylor of to think;. Jf neoDle. to inour the people think, or seem If It has been our misfortune to Incur induced me to try Pleasant Ridge Saturday night. they used their advantaglous iposttlon deep Mr. and .Mm Albert May Jr., spent PiHs ag- the enmity of any, we certainly Dr. Mires' Anti-Pai- n to tihelr own personal benefit and ly rirat it, and will say dn the and after using them some three Sunday at Mrs. Lon May's, near grandisement, as they are often, cbarg of the old darkey's prayer, "I'll months I found a decided improveWKHasvllle. ed .with doing, regardless of 4feelel-iog- B forgive yau, Mr. Oscar Miller of Owensboro spent it you'll forgive rote." ment in my kidneys, and I am glad Flights of others; If ae It and Taken hi all the editor's lot is a to say that I hope soon to be fully from Wtdnewlay until Friday frith aweara. to the, unlattlated, they should hard one. And yet it has a stnuigo his brother K. M. Miller. ( kvoemte Innocewf men .wUh Itheir fascination and peculiar charon. that restored to health." J. P. Allbn, Mlsees Myrtle Burdcitt and Ma'jtlo City Court, Glasgow, Ky. eamraahd of public opinion and thn mate otie loath, to give it Up. PosAs long as pain k present in any BarWt were the gueist of Miss Eu"smile to sea them bleed;" it they sibly itfeere to no other Lndtvfelual in part of the toV rest ( impossible nice Baizi) Saturday. tM on Ananias homicides for break- a" so who contributes Mr. and Mrs. ilobort M. Mlllors nnd and the system becoming weakened fast, fllaader stews for diwier general it exposed te'any form ef disease to paneatB air. and Mrs. C. W. Phillip. If kmmb te' the benefit of the poJWoianr for fHMb!& fwblle and recelvs so little recomVlrjde, Mary and Nina Little their hearte and beatta were really As pense, either In expnessed. agtyrecla- - which the sufferer snay be inclined. Bun&nbt Misses wteKed in Pellvtlrlc from Friappear to those iwjta ar smU1 as Abey tkm of his endeavors or the aatu&l tuequaiBted with the trials and nerve day until Monday, necessary to tatpetu"ta by steadying the irritated iMrt John livilngiHlon and wUle ot wfekh whwewkhal sleep posYlotosktude make vafreekinf and trlbuWte aa oiHgOinno. Ills vocation, there- - centers, Phllpot, epent Sucday at Virgil Milaf a sible, thereby sjmbMng the body to are intUm to the fefe,-Sftabe Jnfttly aunmanitt up as a recover bet strength. At a remedy ler's ' eutry wwwgagof; if they were all bwlRaw from whleh oae. derives Mr Hubert Biwdett and stater MyrMe Md nore Uwt ta imputed to MUle meami but much raereatteu and for pain of any description Dr. tle went to Owwsboro to church SunAnti-Pai- n PJU arc unur- lot, Miles' , thea they woutd day. and should all be saturated wMh oil, eM afMHJs a su" aM wa,jH Bhwk uftr lalad uplnji heep (Mm Murla ttefratwrn ef w arte te8er-iwwt"WHeMom and Uuraed day rOR FLETCHER'S MR FLETCHER'S tWs.may DM) twa te a MILKS MMMAL ts, BJMtSMrt, to II SURGERY OF LET US PRINT YOUR ': w nig-ger- blll-of-fa- re The Kind Yon Ilnvo Always Bought, and which lins been in use for over 30 years, lins borno tho fllgiinturo of and bns been mndo under Ills pcr- f'CCccsUtei Just-ns-good" to-da- sonnl supervision slnco Its Infancy. 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INDUCEMENTS and get the Older for tlilnga that WONDERFUL Postal to Agents. blinds premium catalogue cam be bought to bettor advantage at I and new cash priie offers. Address CBS HcCALL CO, 2M to JM W. U St. NEW TOR home. Where the catalog wins over the poorly written advertisement is in definlteneMs of description. The freBut quent cuts help enormously. BUCKBEE-- BUBS SUCCEED) ' even where no cut is used, somebody ESPECIAL OFFER: A1 to describo Uie fab-- 1 tatees the trouble rSf.d. ta build Mew Uulie... ' trUl alll make vou a miuwiiI e rlcs, the appearance, ithe designs of( ' tnm.r. tutuf ictlon auaxantood orioar the goods no cearlly that the rmier, sr m kim Mi-undd. r.it..n.ssCMMln.l.i. vwnnmM kbumui think he can ee Just how bey lookv BsUtWf Jroi VHk. utmi.u. fum, Hj 1&& swm goods Could be but see with his own eyes in Vhe loiie stores,! CVff)ij out? u !MCBrMi.iu. " uiraf iKTUCB tm PLK1HK and ask a few questions about uhem, Miatlaa til PPr he would be apt to find some defect! Writ tj9UfdAV T5i2TeBeBrt?r 9V '" which the clever catalog writer oare-fulT- y I, Mnll..lM,Wri,"-- f " t- ui . im mi I aWwiMSaTMSuru. omitted to speak aVnit, i,ulrtbl.SM.H.U4ru.U. ... 1st IMMiafttWS.M 1 HI.!. nilllllM -..WI But the host of ordere these carta-los Hf w. 'rr:"srzm "? rvr t- a awM.I,. Imil T f wiww mmvmu i draw out show wW ton be ,Stk ..Al'.l. UB BVWBMS W." Ml done, again, the haadlcaitt of disA tance and publlo efusjrfelon by terse, cowversaUoftal de stnatehtfonv.ard scription of ifoods, plus stetemeAt of' Mail Order Catalogues. fc reliability nearly Celtbrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity and 40 years, bold in neirly every city and town in the United States and W Canada, or by mail direct. More sold than I BULBS' I r'W 'filcilic'G'SKsi'rc ia, -l-l- tejtas I i . X -- rr-.rn- JU,Mi,.,lw. fr? ww"- , pTici. LxlBBoa iwer, 0 4 Hartford Republican. .H to 1W At th ot TetOWC ?lirWM, Ky., mio.H matter C M. BARNETT J. NEY FOSTER ) J tk wcoad rmmni. gov. wiLisoN )inoat, three tiwea Why should this eleee of properly escape when all other kinds le made to MY 0L0 KENTUCKY DOME pay taxes to the fall eteC hi a At smes onld b put bemorning fore every fcew ..York fwmlly Tending nAwwt one milEnglish newspaper Thla y tor om J400." lion a cr nrspert ;d fnrrittt ? the llpor interests are t:6atinaHy a voice In poMtlcs far proportion to tho Just rlgbits cf this Solo Industry all over the coundonia-adln- ot Feature Pittsburg of Banquet brints the eonlMon. that "news?)-ppwbllcKy, m to direct cost nlone, by Is Uic cheapest there Is, by many, ..HOUSE.. V v s Address all communications The' Hartford Republican. 1T3E3. - try. The valuation of whiskey In warehouses for state and county tax to ation sh .uM UHt be less than, ?15 per barrel. A BIBLE .STORY. A few weeks ago a pitiful case was brought out In a Police Court trial in a Kentucky toam of feibcut 1000 Inhabitant, situated in a largo agricultural and mining county above the average In wealth and intelligenceA traveling 'book agent had sold a bible to a Lady for ?4.75, taking a note hterefore which was signed by the woman, who also signed her husband's name. In the course of Unio this note, having been deposited in a certain bank for collection and not being paid when It fell due, was placed in the hands of attorneys who brought suit against the woman and her husband in tho aforesaid police court. The woman testified, that she and her husband 'owned no property of any value; that he could not read nor write and that 'she had signed the note under a misapprehension that It was merely a memoranda or contract showing that she had purchased tho bible and how much slie should pay for it. She said that she had always longed for a bible, one that would contain a family record wherein she could record the ibirths" of her two. bright eyod little children who playted around her while she was an the witness stand and that she thought that she could pay for It with her surplus chickens last year, but that on top of other misfortunes the chickens had all died, and tears came to her eyes as she told how it broke hrj heart to have to gve up the bible after she had bojn panmittisMl to read it for sevwal months. Under tho ihard rales of law, judgement went against her but a number of bystanders and attorneys who were deeply touched hy the .wpm an's recltnl agreed that have the bible at all cost, and at the conclusion of the trial her attorney went down tho street lo a book stone and bought a beautiful bibfcj with a family Tecord which he presented to the woman who went away with a No bright face and a light Iwart. gentle reader, this did not happen in China, Koreao r even Africa, but In HA.TTP'fRr. , KY.- It Is a true story and Is given for the benefit of many of our people who work over time and remain awake of nights worrying about the heathen in other lands, when within less tfoan ten miles 'of our town our own people are long ing for copies of Una christian's bible, but who are without meons to purchase it and doubtless frequently are tod proud to admit it. she-shoul-- Harvard Club. Pittsburg, Pa., May 1. OnSjof the special features at the banquet glvc-by the local Harvard alumni, in honor of PrvSident Lowell, of the University nt the University CJub wa a solo sung by Gov. Wlllson, of, Kentucky who was one of tho honored gujsts. n Cvuxibaxlamd... 1! ". xa. 4C FRIDAY, MAY G, : We are authorized to announce Hon W. .8. Dean a candidate for to the office of Representative la Uio next General Assembly of Kentucky, subject to- - the action of the Republican party. England Is also complaining at Abe high cost of living. Wonder wha ANNOUNCEMENT. k the "scape goaf' is there. Shave They no protective tariff to lay It on. There .are strong indications that the Kentucky tobacco grower Is at last coming to the realization that ' his only salvation Is with the Amer- lcaln Society of Equity. The next few years is likely to witness a most gigantic struggle In the United States between capital and If capital is successful, organized labor win be crushed for years to la-Jb- entire company was singinjf "My Old Kentucky 41omc" Tho .ononis to the second versa had baen roared out, when President Perclval Baton stopped the orchestra and announced that Gov. Wlllson would ting the third verse as a solo. Opinions may dif'j? as to whether Kentucky's Governor can really sing, but thero""isno room to question the approval with which his effort wa9 received. gave ithe closest and quietest attention, and Joined with a him 'when he reached the chorus, and after that they gave him all the famous Harvard yells and slogans of approval in tho repertoire. Then they made him sing Cromwell Deposit Bank the vorse a second time. , ' Condition. The'-compan- many time" Jt should not reqvilre any argument to convince the average business man aro that mawsjiaper advertisements read rnastly more extensively than circular advertisements. Potslbly there are same persons who conscientiously rend such advertising as Is sent thi?m by mall, but the great majority emphatically do not. As to tho advertising matter that Is thrown into front yards, on porches or under door the amount of it that is read is so inflniteslmally small that it is to be wondered at that any progressive firm should resort to It under the deluded impression that it wlU help tho trade. It Is undoubtedly a fact that a largo amount of money Is wasted every day in advertising by the circular method money that could bo profitably spent in buying tpaco In njwspapers. All circulars advertising is not ivaluless, but much of It Is mere waste of money and It is easily susceptible of proof that better results can be obtained from rapBpaper publicity at a smaller expenditure. Furnishings! The time is ripe for putting on x Spring airs in the home New Rug's, New Carpets, New Mattings . New Lace Curtains, New Shades, New Poles and new pieces of Furniture. Some if not all of these must be had by you. We are in a position to satisfy your wants along this line at Very satisfactory prices. in Good .come. 'Some of theTmllllons of dollars paid out hy the National Government for the benefit of rivers and harbors could be .better and more .profitably expended In building good reads in the various states. ly and To tho Stockholders, Patror.B Cromwell oepcii Friends . or U. C. V. Reunion Little" Rock Ark., Bank: May 15th to 18th. For the 'Above ocOn April 19, 1911, Mr. J. A. ffra-ze- r, casion, the L. & N will sell round S.ate Bank Examiner, made a trip tickets" $19.15 dates of sale May thorough examination of this bank " 13th and 15th. in good condition and Final, limit of tickets All tlokots and found It directors that he had said to the will be limited to reaoh original start- Rugs, Room Size, $10, $12.50, $15, -' $18, $20, $25, $27.50. Mattings 15c to 25c per yard. Lace Curtains 50c to $3.50 per pair. ' Excursion Rates: r ;PrealdentTaft missed a spendld op- portunlty to place himself right Mth the old soldiers of the country when 1ve failed to dismiss Secretary McVeagh or bis wanton insult to this honorable class of our citizens, In a recent epeeoh. "When a man Is elected to Congress us a Republican or Democrat ha should oiscknUouBly indeavor to carry out his party platform and act with his party associates, or resign and suffer someone else ing point returning, not later than midnight of May 23rd, 1011, unless extended at .Little Rock, .by 'depositing tloket with J. E. Hennegan special agent, with a fee of fifty cents before May 2!ird., ticket wilf be extended to final limit to and includand one desiring ing June 14th-191- 1. to attend this Reunion, will please of advise me three days before-dat- e going so as to secure tickets." H. E. M1SCHKE, Agt. 40tf not found, cleaner paper in any bank he had examined in the Stata We thank you for of Kentucky. your patronage and confidenc-- and hope by a strict adherence to sound business principles to merit a con tinuance of your business and con Respectfully, fidence. J. J. STEWART, Pres. T. E. COOPER, Vice Pres. Cromwell, Ky., April, 20, 1911. Shades 10c to 75c each. FURNITURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Notice to Creditors. Trustee's Sale. In tho District Court of the United States for the "Western district of to be nominated by 3iis party and elected .by ithe people. "Our friend Harny Summers of the Elteabesthtown News Is being favorably mentioned for the Democratic' nomination for Lieut. Governor, Mr. Summers is one of the very best ma in Kentucky, and if nominated iat all should be given a better- - place joi the ticket. The average farmer does not realize Is Impoverished from year to . yter by his inability to get to market rrompily with the products of his farm, over roads which are passable ' all the year and on which he fan transport a heavy load with a 'light team. i i r The American Tobacco Company one day this week declared a dividend of 71-- 2 per cent in addition to the quarterly dividend. day. per 2 This makes 'a seventeen per cent. Mrs. L. H. Leach, Mrs. H. T. Por'dividend. Looks like the "poor" trust ter and daughter Mattle visited Mrs. . ought to bu able to pay .better prices C.'a. Loach, Monday. ior tohacco this fall. Mr. Willie Parks has moved to the Mr. CbarleB W, Parrlsh, at present Mrs. Sudo Taylor property m.r Mr. "a. clerk in the State Auditor's office Don Taylor's Mill. is making a splendid fight for tho Mr. C. A. Leach, of Vine Grove,. Auditor. He has purchased Mr. Willie Parks farm nomination for State '18 a young man full of vim and vigor and has moved to same. Mrs. Dora Leach visited Mrs. C. W. and halls from a section of tho sta'e which should have a place on the Wallace Wednesday. There will be meeting at this place ticket. He camo within a few votes of being elected to the legislature next Saturday and Sunday. Mr. ElUhaPaytoiiison the sick list Irom Woodford County four joars ' at this writing. ego. Mr. Henry Havens visited his parThe people of Kentucky need at ents from Saturday until Monday. the head of the, State government a Mrs. J. H. Embry and lltle son r, , .young live progressiva man who "will viblted iMrs. C. Havuna Tuestake the lead In bringing albout neces day. sary reforms which will take the state Miss Orela Davis is very much Imout of tho rut into which It has fall proved at this writing. en and where Is does not belong. This Mr." Perryman Embry is expecting 1h not likely to be done hy an old every day to take the measles. His antiquated politician who Is wealthy, aunt Mrs. Mary Is attending hint. and nvho has made all the reputation Mra.J. H. Embry and two sone Elwhich be can hope to make this side mer and RoBOoe are boarding at Mr. of the graiw. T. Da,ris's while they are expecting Otoe Republicans of Kentucky have her oldest son Perryman to take the ieretcifore criticised tho Democrats measles. severely for notation In office. That Mrs. Altba Smith visited her sinter (a, tor nominating members of the Mrs. J. W. Taylor Tuesday. Mate administration for other offi Notice of Dissolution. ces thus evading the law which makes We them Ineligible for Notice la hereby given that the ean't afford now to be guilty of the Brawn Mercantile Company la now fame offense. Almost every member closing lte business and winding tip a& the present State administration la Its affairs fop the purpose of twni- jl candidate for somo position an the fnAitinJcr Ita avtatikfUfta 4ste ticket, and, IX their desires were All persons having any claims or tarried out the coming stale ticket demands against said Oonparatioa are -the present requested to present the same Imme would he entirely of tate administration, only in different diately at the office of 6ald Company 4fleel Let us have a new deal. HaintUoo, Ohio Couaty, Keetueky.-BROWJIBRCANTILH COMPANY, The recent decision of the Court 3M.4 Dy F. M". SACJMMT, Sec'y. Appeals on the whiskey tax case Is f el imt one-- The liquor inter eMu have .paid their Juat share of the tax Anyone winding to ..buy a fbwt-claM of the Commonwealth. "Whig- Violin can'oii B.Tr Taylor (Bar4'Wyj jiiiwJ'coBiucw'' In ( valued at 8 ' l.( waile the actual' value ber) .' ." i-fi c-El-m- Kentucky, Owensboro division. In the matter of Faught &'Rowe, bankrupts, As trustee of the above estate, 1 will en Thursday, May the 16, 1911, at 2:30 p. an., on hte promises lately occupied by said bankrupts "'In Cen- bertown, Ohio County, Kentuckysell to the highest and best blders, th following described .property. One lot In Oentortsiwn, Kentucky be ginning at a stake earner to H.. B. Faught's lot; thence with said lot 200 feet South to a stake in L. C. Morton's lino 130 feet to a 6tone thence with said Morton's lino 100 BALD KNOB. feet North to a stake; thence North May 3 tPanmers are getting a lay 100 feet to a stake in side of Center- off now on account of so much rain. tqwn and Hartford road; thence East .Mr. Luther Leach made a f lying trip Convey 15 feet to the beginning. to Hartford, and Beaver Dam, Tues- ed to S. W. Rowe by L. C. Morton, January page 2. C40. 13, 1809. Deed hook 29, Beginning at a stone in L. C. Morton's line; thence with his line 100 feet to a stone; thence East 75 feet to a stone; thence North 100 feet toa stone; thenco West 75 feet to ConveyVd to S. V. the beginning. Rowe by L. C. Morton, January 13, 1S99. As shown by deed of record In Ohio Count y Clerk's office, .deed book 29 page C40. The above described lots will fbe sold separately and then as a whole The method by which the most money is realized will be accepted. I wll also offer the following described proterty for sale. 'A lot in Contertown, Ohio County, Kentucky on the corner of Fourth and Gum Streei'.s, fronting 1D0 feet on Fourth Street and 150 fwet on Gum Street, and being the same conveyed to U. S, Faught iby J. L. Smith, ot al., and not recorded. All of said property will be sold free of liens. Any valid Hens against Bomo. will be trauferrcd to the proceeds of 1,he sale. All sales will be for cash la hand. G. B. LIKENS, TruBtee.' 42t4 Newsoapers vs. 'Circulars. A .writer dn the New York Tianea recen'.ly compiled some Impressive figures as lb the relative cost of advertising in newspapers and axtver-Mgl- n hy the circular inched. In greater Nowi York there are wore than a million families. To put a into every one ot these families the Times, writer says, would ' eost t postage, alone more'than fdr $10,000. The paper, envelopes' labor of addreuBg, etc., would coat tlfiM. mpro "$15,000 ifor something v' that would not eiven be looked at by the public to whom it was addroied!" The average circular does not any m s much as could be told In In a newspaper, and "an advtrMM- ment of that, size Phwed In aWthe one-cen300'-Mn- olr-cul- ur VkHifrrSk, ss liSir Harifofa,il,' County of the Ohio Creditors Bank will please come forward and settle ther indebtedness.- - It Is my purpose and the desire of everybody connected with the bank to have dividends declared to the depositors as Ml speedily as possible This cannot be creditors of the bank done unless will assist by meeting their obligations. The Consolidated School Question be done over most -any kind of road provided the people- ore' intelligently 29tf A. E. PATE, Assignee. Shall we have consoldatedi schools, interested in their school. But after; or shall we not? This is one of the all else has been aid, the best argu EDWARDS SCHO0LHOUSE. or among ment for consolidation, and transporJlay 1. Fanners In this community public questions most talked those Interested in the best and most tation is that they get more children all have the blues over the recent chil- into school, keep thieim there better rain fall. Much corn has "been wash- economical way to educate tho dren of the State. In an' address glv-o- n and for a longer time, and ghie them up. ed The farmers will have to by State Superintendent Bgglee-to- opportunity for more rapid progress." take a tvst for a few days. of Virginia, he gives the followSeveral oases of measles In tflils ing as somo of the good reaosns why Mchenry. community at this writing. Bob and Lonnle Sahroadcr have the we should hanre consolidated schools: May 2. Mrs. R. B. Swain, of Beav church about painted at Schroaddrs "The. verdict Is well nigh unanimous er Dam, visited her eon, ilr. Densla that the one room school for all the awain last week. school houiv. not, On last Wednesday Bob Sohroader children ot the community is Mrs. Laura Growbargier., of Bock-por- t, and cannot be the Ideal plaoj for a happened to a painful but not serious visited relatives here this week. educational development. accident w hile painting the new church complete Miss Edith Deno, who has typhoid school the In the average Tho scaffold on which lie and Lonnle fever, is better. were standing gave away Both fell teacher has from thirty to forty classLittle Myrtle and Iva rGowbarger, dn the six hours school days. This to the ground, spraining Bob's feet. es ar visiting relative Ihere gives about ten minutes to a recitaLonie received no injunlos. . this week. Thousands of teachers in the Quite a large crowd attended the tion Mr. Claude Waltland's house .was pound supper at Richard Wright's Sat South have not ever tight minutes struck by lightning Saturday evenfor a rocitatlon. Tho time of the urelay night ing and Mr, Roy Stevens house was Mrs. Louisa Wright is visiting children Is thus very largely wasCied. struck Sunday morning no one was thousands of our Thousands upon Mr. Joe Ford, of lartfond. school-rooday injured. Mr. and Mrs. C. Porter visited Mr. chlldnan sit in the The miners here are getting to work and Mis. C. A. Bryant, from Friday after day waiting two or three hours only six hours a day. next nacltatlon. No one knows for the until Monday. Little Irene Groiwbarger, of Slmmonft Mr. D. Tucker and wife vsilted iMr. those things better than the teachers, visited her sister Mrs. Una McDonnell powerleas to remedy tho conIticbnrd Wright and .family Satunday who aro one day last week. ditional These facts alone are sufnight change from the Little Miss Eva Itoo White spent ficient to diamand a and two room school the week with Maudie Bryant last crowded ono to something better. The large, cenweek, opportuniMr. Tommlo Nix Is at home after, trally located school gives ty for a good grading of children. a long visit with his brother In k Ttoa increased number of children becounity. Willio Cnclwider Is at home from the gets an enthusiasm and interest that are often lacking in tho small school. Army. Mr. D. Tucker and wife and Delia We find that In these lare schools Peach were tho guests of Oorman the behavior is bettor; there ia more earnestness of purpo; tho children Hurt and family Sunday. Tfaese Prices are Good for Messrs. W. V. Duke and Dorman are mentally more alert; they are Hurt went to Hartford on business Sa more ambitious, .because the higher grades give them aoihethtng to look u relay. up and forward to. And it Js much easier to sooure a good teacher to Weathtr Prediction. ,'..18c fill a vacancy In a large school than No. 1 20c Special When a hurricane Is announced, .22b , eomlng la thla direction conviction In a small one. She has more asso- No. 2 3fic Sperial that there fa bo hurricane, or that It ciation iwilth other 'teachers; her work Talleho 30c Special '.25c ta belated, or that It ! headed tone la far less trying and wearing, and Mrs. Rorers 56c Special........ !.30o ether wy, amounts to a certainty. satisfaction of fleeing the she has the Yours Tnuly 2 36o pkge ,.izo progress. N child nea' make ibetter ;;Gc objections to conso-lidatt- Anbuekle 2 36c plcga.,.., "There are ten sohoote and transporting' 4 lbs. 80c rwerry. ,.$1.00 childrea, eight of these objections 4 Hw. 30c Guatemala...,, HUNDREDS ARE ,1.00 are imaginary; the other two anereal. READING THIS: Tbse. Coffees all peweoea that fine These two are had roads aau) parslty JT WOULD BE of sehocJ population, asd iiutff Are ap- rkh aroma and flavor that jeet plicable is only a comparatively fw please the appeette. - You wWnever TUB VERY SAME eoawiualties to the State. Our roads kaow hew good ,tney are ustU you IF,YOUR are being made better all tie time try taeta. asd avea bad, very bad roads would ADVERTISEMENT, n. sot ' prevent traneipontotloa of WERE HERE. Of eouwe, coed roads would nake U. oaetor asd more pleasant, Wsd eft trawipojitotlea but E. P. Barnes & Bros. BEAVER DAM, KY. n, E-- s one-irco- M m Han-coes- Coffee Specials! ONE WEEK 0NV. u ag - WN fte Hartfoxd Grocery Co. V ij " : j.??i.( j .J of your futuro "re&ular cus tomers. Spring Ri.-- uiiiuuci tMiiiios of Dress A? Mrs. Z Wayno Griffin left this Goods, Ready Made Dresses, Trimw for a fm days visit In Ixuls-vli- lf mings, etc, now on display. with her husband. Mrs. Griffin 38:f MRS. L. B. F09TER. Mothers" and Sweet-hcart- wlflkn 3 Ij(.uIsvI11o the first of mat "Our Wives, ntt-Dtho State Convntion a la Dr. Porter's Bitbjcct for to- week to it ho court hous Admission Of tho Lady tf lha Maccabees, which night at convenes at Ashland, Ky. 25 ccnU. Dedication of Stato Normal School Miss Mary Marks left Saturday for t Building at Bowling Green Ky., May Bowling Grwn, where she will tako SthjfclOU. For this occasion tholvouls-vlfi- o teachers training In tho Western Nor& NnshvJlio R. R. will eoll roun mal School. c trigtlckts for one and ono third faro Miss HoftGlj Barnard returned to $3.52 for tlw round trip dates of sale her home near Madieonvillo yester- May, 4th, tickets limited May Cth. day attar a short Nisit hero tho guest H. K. M1SGHKE, Agt of Mr. J. C. Riley and family. Mr. S. . Lvacn, cf Cromwell, pa'd A merchant can "afford" to print uaa plasant vlBlt Saturday. JIo has any advertisement which has in It boena subscribed to Uiis paiper for ono or two moro FRIENDS WIN-NIN- O ytafs and is loyal to it. For many fncts about the store. years Mr. Lach "was deputy assessor Miss Rhea Dafforn, of Sunnydale, orassitssor for Ohio county, but has 9 who has btn" visiting relatives at now returned to his farm near Crom-wel- l. Beaver Dam and Taylor Mics for V Am I 1( p t some tlmo returned liomo Monday. & xeci Mr. Jam s L. Park and Miss Boat- m Misses May Stewarrt and Clara Lloyi rloevNevronib stole a march on their and Men's of Jj of Beaver Dam, 'Aiere tlie guests of friends last Saturday when they iwuni 2 l Oxfords. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cooler at the tOtLouisMlle and were married. Mr. Commercial Saturday, returning homo Park is rural mall carrier on rcuto of . "JJJ cool Sunday & No.-- 5, and his bride lived on routo 5. "J Jj folks who go on, FOR SALE, FARMS All sizes, from Their Xrl nds wish thtm much happi-nxs- s. G to 300 acres. We caa please you VUi v ivri uiiv auiuv, 'v wq If you want to buy land. WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY: - A. C. YEISER & CO., t.-- . unmarried men betjween ages & A word 4-JHartford, Ky. 41tf of 18 and 33; citizens of United. States is Do not miss tho Big Selling Out 1 of good character and temperate hab w Salo by going to the wrong place. its, who can speak read and write ? Touna in lines. Rgmembcr wo ore next door to the the English language. For informa?S Bank of Hartford, Main street tion apply to Recruiting Officer, Main HOLD PERFECTLY , 28tf. 41U J. ROSENBLATT. street, Btaver Dam, Ky. J? SHAPE. You will regrttt it if you miss the The rrsTdmce at" McHenry owned Dr. Porter lecture at the court housj by Messrs. E. T. and C. M, Williams line, a "JJj Under auapicies. of the by lightning Sunday night. KNOW f rS us Class of tho first Baptist Tho building was . partially wrcked, . Church. . WE POSI- - j say 'Jj SOMETHING, so but,no one was injured. Jt was occu The Leave your Laundry at Cleve ller's pied by Mr. Clauda Wakeland. A new will TIVELY KNOW grocery. Work guaranteed and prompt building was insured in one of A. C. BE WISE, do JJ if Agent for Madlsonville Yc'sor acd Co. agercies. delivery. j pays Steam Laundry. Madlsonville Ice & Dinner Set and An elegant tf or a handsome Laundry Company, Incorporated, Chamber Set you t JJ a given bo eaoh worth $0 will OLD NEWSPAPERS tied up nice' jj ly In large bundle for sale at The away free by the Ohio County Drug Republican office. Just the thing lor Co. Save your tickets on small puri ! i When you get a dollar's Spring Cleaning and many other pur- chases. worth jou got a guess free at these tf poses, County Superintendent Henry Leach valuable prizes. Try your luck. 40tf. .Messrs. S, T. Barnml.t and John E. and son. Master Hlnton, left Tuesday for Bowling Green to attend the moat Bean hase been appointed tl tiiion ing of tho State Convention of County ( officers to hold tho election for two mhich Is to be held school trtote-6School Superintendents. afternoon. at the College Just received a car of Clover and Timothy Hay, mixed, first class. Also All votrs ihould attend and taka ? partinsajlng who shall constitute the a car of corn. W. E. gLLJS. Board of Education. Produce Man, The Hartford Ky. If a nkjrchant were to advertise 41t4 A. C. Yei&er was transacting Mr. hv, business at Rochester esUrday. Mr. Lawrence M. Gary, who for granulated sugar at 2c a pound, would discover how many people head Newest things in Ladles' Belts several months has been at the ANY "t- - . are who read his ads. FRIDAY, MAY 5, afld NtckU3ar at Barnard & CD's. 42tf a large school at Plain Dealing, La., there term, REAL PRICE CONCESSION brings Wanted at once a saleslady. Apply has completed his woTk for this a quick response. A merchant must at the New York Store, Hartford, and has returned to Beav r Dam. I.lUnoiBCentralRallroad"Tlme therefore, put into his advertising 42tf. Floral aesign book of F. Walker some of Ky. Table. tho "pocket-appeal.- " furcan Ask for Colgate's Tinted Talcum and Co., of Louisville, and , At Beaver Dam Ky. large barn of MrTNat Lind-leJust nish floral designs for funerals and The Powder at Barnard & Cols. of the Point Pleasant neighborspecial occasions. 42U out. hood, 'was destroyed by fire caused by E. T. WILLIAMS. Nonlh Bonnd. north Bound. nuver Young man ,"Frat" Clothing lightning Saturday night. An adjoina. n. No.121daall.35 'No,132dna :05 am. Hartford," Ky. 36tf Only at Barnard & No. 101 doe 2 48 p. to. disappoints. v No.l(luel2::8p.m. ing corncrib was also destroyed. One Mr. J. W. Benton, of Beda, paid 42tf No. 131 dnrStS?. m Go's. Ro.103doc3M8p.in. mule, largo QuantititB of corn and us a pltasaut call yuaterduy. Ho Is hay were dstroyd and a gasolina Airs. Albert Rial, of East Hartford, another of tho subscribers to Tho ReMf. H. & E. Railroad Time Table who has been sick for some tlmo, Is publican that has 6sen wtth us alnce engine damaged. Two horses wer ' no (better. lost and a cow badly burnd, which at Hartford, Ky. tho paper was start'de twenty-thiv- e were the property of a tenant, Mr. J. W. Ford's Meal and Flour al- - years ago. Time table effective Sunday Dec. ways Eraklno Fulkerion. The total lots Is & Son's to be had at Moore Two handsome presents, each val-us- estimated at $2,000, which is parti4th, contains the following schedules: 42t2 Bound due 7:29 a. m. Meat Markj at $$S will be given away absoNo. 112 North by insurance. Window Shades that are different? lutely free by tho Ohio County Drug ally corvercd dally except Sunday. fck Hand-madBtlktf in dreams is given moro or any Co. Griffin's old" stand. For every & Co. No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. Barnard as credtneeby many people andevi-- d 42tf. length or width. dally except Sunday. dollar's worth of goods bought you nco of this was manifested recuiit-l- y ' 40tf. a. m. Mrs. T. Wade Stratton, get a chance, Mr. and No. 115 South Bound due 8:55 when Miis Sophia Woerar, deof Cromwell, visited In JIartford Tudally except Sunday. Miss Elena Smith, cf Madlsonville, puty in County Clerk Tinsley's ofm. esday and Wednesday. No. 113 South" Bound due 1:46 p returned to her home Saturday af- fice dneaml of some lucky number dally except Sunday. with Mr. J. Will Cooper, manager of ternoon after a visit in this-city- , that would win tho handsoimj chamber H. E. M1SCHKE Agt. the Commercial Hotel, is able to be her father, Prof. Thomas H. Smith. or dinner set at the Ohio County Drug out after a short illness. She was accompanied by Kr father, Company's, that was gUven away fro: Mr. B. II. Rummage, of Beaver Dam, who returned Monday. belast Saturday afternoon at four o'cloek Don't forget Rosenblatt's Salo was at Owenaboro tills week serving Mr. Charley Fehl retuini?d lust Fri- Sho told hor slsUf, Miss SU'lla Wocr-ne- r, 41tf. May 1. gins Monday, Hardlnsburg and other as grand Juror in the; Federal court-M- r. day from of the dream and sho went to the Carbon typewriter paper for sale at John W. Sanderfur and sons. towns in Breckinridge county wherw utoro and guessvd 213 ns being the 34tf. The Republican office. Masters Pearl and Randal of Nocroek he spent suveral days In the interest lucky number under tho seal. When If you want a barrel of First class paid UiIb office a pkiasant call yes- of the Thomas Monumental Works. the seal was broken Saturday the Ho reports a splendid business. 33tf. terday. number was found to bo 227 and Miss Flour see U, S. Carson. Tho following marriage license have Woerner was tho closest guess. Mr. Silo Taylor will leavo Underwood Lard, None bet- Pure Tins-ley- 's for Daweon Springs for a few been Issued from County Chrk tcr. Cairon U. S. Carson. . 3fttf. Methodist Church. office, since our last Issue: C. days fetay for the benefit of his Mr. Jesse Hoove trransaicted busVIRGIL ELGIN, Pastor. H. Murphy ,23, Yoaman, Ky., to Flora health. iness in FondBvllle Tuesday. Preaching next Sunday morning an Don't fall to try a sack of Gold Daniel, 21, Horse Branch; J. F. Flowers and Flower Pots for sale by Medal Flour, guaranteed to give per- Smlther, 20, to Roerta Strothtr, 22, evoning. Sunday School at 9;45 a. m. E. T. Williams, Hartford, Ky. 36tf. both of Fordsvllle. fect satisfaction. The public Invited to all services. ' You can't afford tC miss RosenThe Hartford Players Club Is begin42t2 W. . MOORE & SON, Selllng-Out-Sal- e. 41tf ning preparations for another play to blatt's Big G. A. R, Encampment. Miss Many Taylor left Wednesday for be given here shortly after Commence Allsa Lettie Marks left yesterday for Louisville to attend tho May Muslo The Kemtuoky departmeut of the ment iweok. The committee In charge encamp Owenshoro, where fche will visit for Festival, which Is being held in that of selecting the play has the matter G. A. R., will hold Its amnual city this week. xa few daye play .will be an- ment thie year, on May 12th and 13th, im band, and the t phi mn '1 at Owensboro, A large attendance Is wonderful how they nounced in a short time. Wonderhoae Remember you get new expected. The encampment last year, during this more than the omea at' Rosenblatt's goods Cost no Quite a number of the members of was In Central City. 'Big SelUng-Out-SalM that, do mot. the local lodgeof Red Men, Ohio Tribe j BARNARD & CQ. 42tf Born to the wife of Mr. Shelby Lee, 188, will attend the annual meeting of , First Christian Church. of new SiHinjdaJe, April 30, a girl, We have Just received another ibar-rel- of the Great Council of Kentucky of tahe W. B. WRIGHT, Pastor. " chrlstwmd.Matile Marie. Jumbo Piokles. Also fresh sup- Improved Order of Red Men, which Bible, School every Sunday afternoon J Is to be held at Owenaboro next Tu- at 2:30. Onandafter first Sunday iu "MIm Mary and Ethel Barnard r- - ply Tramum Cup Coffee. 4W8 W. H. MOORB & SON. esday and Wednesday. wher June. Bible School will bo held every twraed Monday fre Smallbous, I. Miles left yesterday :they sjwt Suwlfty rwitfe 'Wlatlvt. Col - 'Sunday morning at 9:30. James Mrs. Joaathan .The Senior Class of Hartford IHlllnm.. rauyu lege Is Beading out Invitations to at- ouiiuuuo, OAm. "Hi The Cheapest Plaee et Earth to buy for h8rhoe at Unlontown,, lad., after an extended vtelt here with her tend the graduating ex&rclsai, which Coamuwon service alter eacn sesM klB4s oi Seeds. dauflMer, Mrs. John W. Taylor, OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY Op, takes plaae at the opera house on sion ofjthe Bible School. The Prajiar meeting and lecture by pasHartford, Ky. 3Wf Mr. and .Mm. K. IS. Billhead and Friday evening May 26. The oleo1ng KeweAb',' returned exercises of Hartford. College will be- tor oa Bible school' leiason for folxowa oroprty, vacant lHOe sen, Master FOR X dwelling. Mosday from Owewsbono, where ithw. gin an Sunday May 21 with the ba4 lowing Sunday, every Friday evening., , joU, cottages and two-Jer- y Regular preaching services, each vtolted xeteUyead frtejsferfew ealaureate sermon and last until Frifourth fun4ay moialng and evening. ., . day evening... Ky. . . ,Itorttor4, IS thiSia I'A5AftAft ' FAIR'S Mr. Murray er Dam, wna tr. guest of Mr., ana drawn to your store by a well adou'll ivcnilt Mm. J. W. Cooper, at the Commercial vertised sp dal sale, wook. Dnil, route 1, Beav From among Uio casual buyers mjj .A EXCLUSIVE STYIES! ;: t, a" CORSET FACTS! iVBotf 5. H H very mucn graxnica we certainly over our immense sale Ladies' Althouah the weather has been and unsettled, our steady sale these goods thus showing that jvjiv iawa make their purchases. about our Patrician Shoes for snap and style about Jj Ladies. There oxner tnem xnat are not Then the wear none like them for it; fit and the the foot Twenty years' experience with cheaper grade for our Priesmier an opportunity to shoe, gives we can that pair wear. they examine our Shoe not. they remember it before buying stock house that saves to trade with money. it jj There are other corsets,but no corset is made in as many shapes as Warner's. A CORSET FOR EVERY FORM. If you haven't yet jj Able-bodi- ed Sound the model that suits J jj J to-night Ba-ra- ca was-struc- k your form,ask for our large complete catalog. We will get the right one. If then, we cannot suit you,will get any make you desire. War ner's does not rust. No better Corsets made$1.00 to $6.00. ce ce J Hartford Republican. li? JKCib, Ask us and r$ B , m? SATISFACTION li -- y, -- ( .. i a ,' 'm' s iv vv . u ed e, 1 B lilBWBWPlWMfciMt. ,rfJ IIMI ppiyiiw THOMAS MONUMENTAL WORKS I Real Estate d HARTFORD, KY. For Sale. wr. " fi iK. v U'ie in ou troet before ditvit'dd by the M. 11. & B. R. R. By order of the Ohio Circuit Court, . Ab,ut 3 acres of tnvn lets centralis diivU'd as as-- ' ly locatd in the town of CeutertcMu, tho undBrslEr-'jslgnoe of tho Ohio County Bank to re- Ohio Cou'ity Kentucky, ceive written bids from such parties! Ono tract cf land containing 60 as deelro to become tho purchasers of acres moro or less near Hoi ton, Ohlu any of the bank's real estao and Counuy, Kentucky, s:iniu knevn as same to tho Circuit Judgy at tho ' the C. A. )Mwauls fat in. June 1911 term of the said court. About 13 acres of giound in Hart1 have In my hands for Bale the ford, Ohio County, Ky., on North sidj following described real tstate: of Foreman strwt or Loltcbfleld road, One two story brick building and lying between l. P. Foiimnn's resibasniuent on corner of Main and Cen- dence and the lot of J. W,' Ford on ter streets. In Haitford, Ky., same the corner of Union and Foreman now occupld by Baruaid & Company 6ttWt6. All written bids are required to.be as dry goeds store and by Br. J. R. Monday, tba Pintle, as dctol office aid the eamo banded in 90 'or in which tho Obio County Bank's 12th diy of June, 1911 tha first day of the Ohio Circuit Court. counting room is located, A. B. PATE, About three acres of ground In 42tf Asslgtice Ohio County Bank. Hartford, Ky., on Wet bMo of M. H. & B. R. R., between Griffin and Forei Return Dehonwr Mow, man streets or Leltchfield txted. The party who 'bomwed my dhor-n- er About 3 acres of. grouud in Hart please Murn at'ofeoj " Ky., on wujtjslde of t M, H. & ford, wXvnbVtevbns, and Ftwe- -' E R. R., liartfi.lky. gsah streets, Noa. 2 and 3 formerly i3-po- i't It-lpt- 't2 ' r - MIMHMMMMttlHMHllim tMtttt WHISKY was nm HaOto - A RtliaMt FOR Rnuty Bn JDireotory unity Cliia Ca K. F3tFatr.irjix., 0. M, BiKKSTT J THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co. (INCORPORATED) CENTS A PINT And Everybody Crows Kill and rels. 5. .,:' l.f i Squir- WILL WIRE' YOUR HOUSE IT COST, ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME . OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM; WHEN IN REACH. . ' I : E G. BARRASS, - ' Manager, jj MtMIMHmHfmHHHMIIHMimim "I HOUSEHOLD HELPS. (A Special Department ! for 0 url Housekeepers. Contributions Accepted.) Cutting onions carrota and turnips across the fibre makes' them mono, tender when cooked. Weak ammonia water (will clean Sulr .brushes very rapidly and will ieerp the bristles wMto and stiff. To successfully Mkie a iplecrust without Its filling lino It with paraf-fin- e paper and fill wth uncooked rice. Knomeledd ware that has ibocome burned or discolored may be cleaned y rubbing with coarse vinegar and salt. A toaspoonful of lemon juice to a Quart of water will make rice very white and keep the grains separate when boiled. If eggs are to "be boiled ihard have the' water boiling when thte eggs are dropped In. This will prevent the yolks from turning dark. Whlen curtains foegln to give way, iaste a large piece of thin White cloth over the weak spots before washing. Boil in a (pillow sip or a thin sack. Green vegetables can foe kept fresh for, days by wetting theim and rolling them up in paper scrqwJng the 'ends toJreep out the air. Pain .bruhuss can be cleaned by washing in hot soda water and soft soap. Odd pieces of fruit such as ' one apple or an orange, banana, an are mixed with gelatine to UdMautase. A little ivJnegax put Into water In which eggs are to be poached will beep them white and prevent them roin spreading. BAKED OYSTERS. thick, sour cream, one cupful of sug cupful of flour, ar, one and one-hateaspoonful of soda and one one-ha- lf cupful of chopped nuts. Bake slowlyj . In a moderate oven. PUFFED RICE GRIDDLE GA'KES. Use ono cup putted r!co onie-tacup scalded milk, one and one-ha- lf cups of of flour, three teaspoons bakteasponiful salt, ing powders, one-ha- lf one cup milk, ono egg, yolk and white separately. Process: Pour beaten Sift scalded milk over puffed rice. flour .baking powder and salt together, add to rice. Then add remainder of milk and egg yolk; beat thoroughly; lastly cut and fold in the stlfy beaten white. Cook In a mot griddle. BUFFED RICE CUSTARD. Use two cups puffed rloe, two and one-ha- lf cups scalded milk, three teaspoo fourths cup sugar, grated orange irlnd, one salt, one-ha- lf teaspoon orange extract, four eggs, merlngs. Process: Scald milk in a double holler and pour over the puffed rice. Beat yolks of eggs slightly, add sugar salt, grated orange and extract then add to the rice and mlik Mix well and pour into a pudding dish. Place the dish In a pan of warm water, put on grate In at a oven and Ibake twenty-minute- s moderate heat. Stir It twice during Cover with the first ten minutes. meiringe; seme hot or cold. When served loo cold with strawberries this" makes a dessert "Fit for a king?7 lf lf well-grease- d, one-four- th The JMt Sterling AdvnaM iwbllsh-c- d In a rooenl Issue Bons Ms in regard to the early htetoryoTthe Stato from which we make the, tolloiwing "extrjads: In Xoverriber 1705 the, Kentucky legislature passed an -- ae requiring every white male over aixfefen to kill a certain nuirtfber of crowa and squir' rels each yir. Benjamin R.. l'rlch- "In May, 1833, nrd of Montgomery coilrrtyjeft his home In search of a physician who could relievo him of auperahundant flesh. He was 42 yoars old ankl weigh oa lour nuiwirei aim wiguxy miw pounds. In January, 1839, the. county court of 1ewls county prohihitadUie sale of whiskey by grocers at a great er price than two cents a'iholf pint It IS asm unai many lueu uuiuiuuiitxi the business as unprofitable. In January, 1855, thle current value of slaves wasshown iby several sales which took place In ClarkTand. neigh boring counties. The prices ranged ' from $1,050 to $1,505. f During March, 1S55, saveral fami lies in Clark county lost cattle by starvation. Others sold their cattle at half what they cost two ywars before. This was caused toy thJa scarcl- ty or corn resulting irowi wis gneui ., drouth Of 1854. John AV. Slckelsmlth. Gr'eensboro, Pa., has throe children and like most children they frequently take cold. "We have tried several kinds of cough medicine." he says, "but have never found any yet that did. them as much good as Chamberlain's Cough .Remedy. m For sale by by all druggists.. ."- D. Rinse, .Attorney: W. P. MWkllf, Jailer j K 0. Barraw, Clerk; K. h. FeEly's lix, Matter Commlekfier: U. T. CelllM, Black, Bher-It- t, It QwCKlV nMfBH. TrUrtee Jury Fund! T. Gle Relitt at One. Hartford. Dputl-- S. O. Keewn an It cleftBs, soothe, flrat MonLon Black. Court eenven heals iwd protect day In February and continues three rnem- the di?aed Monday In Apr", two week brnne remiltlng from Catarrh find drives weeks! third Monday In June, three weekej nwny nColtl In the Head ijuliklyl Restores eecond two wecke. tbo Seaoes of Tiwte and Smell. Full &fze third Monday In October Wedding, Judge; It. County Court.-- n. 50 cts. at Druggist or by mall. Liquid AtW. S. TinalcyClerk, C. K. Smith, Cream Balm for um In atomiser 75 cts. Ely Brothers, 56 Yarren Street, New York. torney, Hartford. Court convenes first Mpnday In each month. on QuarteHy Quarterly Court-Beg- ins fourth. Monday In February, May, the November. August and Claims-Conve-nes flrrt TJim-da- y Court of January and first Tuesday In CATARRH arsult Court-- T. kkh, Jtts! 0. B. BtflT CriiM'ltta Attorneys at Lai, HARTFORD, iamett&. smith, - KY.' I ; $ lA , conns of who and- - aajeniHg ties, and Court of Appeals. Sp tl at tenUon given to ell Buslne, e..t'riHHi tlee of Criminal and Real Bstate Law SpeolalUes. Office la Republican baM Ing. Will praetlce their profession aH t fA r" ',i Jt!M Electric Bitters Succeed when everything els fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. k- - it is the best medicine ever over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE Sol4 "Fd'll of Life" Northern 'Grown Buckbte' J. . jacKSOn, i.enieriown, otuuruay Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation C$,38 years ol after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday af successful seed growing behind them. It pays to ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday after plant the best. 3rd Monday In September, Saturday afSeasonable Specialties: ter 3rd Monday In December. M. C. Cook, Renfrow, Tuseday after BEANS . Bushel Earliest Red Valentine . 2nd Monday In February, Tuesday after Refugee Extra Early - . . J3.JJ Bushel 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd N:w Strlngless Green Pod . $3.70 Bushel Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax UiO Bushel Monday In "November. Davis New White Wax . . J4.7J Bushel Thomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday Currie's Rust Proof Wax , ft.jo Bushel after the second Monday In February, PECAS Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May, Extra Early Alaska . . . $3.50 Bushel Wednesday after-3rMonday in August, J5.50 Bushel New Early Gradus Wednesday after 2nd Monday In NovemHorsford's Market Garden . $3.50 Bushel ber. Buckbee's Lightning Express J5.00 Bushel -- -. C. V. Miles. Fordsvllle, Thursday Lettuce, Radlih, Tomato and a full line ol 2nd Monday in February, Thursday after Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest, growing prices. 2nd Monday In May, Thursday after after Send for complete catalogue or submit a list ol 3rd Monday In August, Thursday after your requirements and will quote prices. 2nd Monday in November. Buy direct from the grower Save Money J. la. Patton, Ralph, Friday after 2nd Write today. Mention this paper. j Monday Jn February, Friday after 2nd Monday In May," Friday after 3rd Monday In August, Friday after 2nd MonISCoBackbeeSt., Rockford Strd Paras. Rockfcra.tt day in November. SEEDS. .... Morfley. Fordsvllle, Ky., Xt. F. D. Surveyor, Hart-forNo. 2; Bernard Felix .Auaesnor, Leach, ky., It. F. D. No. Z Henry Dr. A. JJ. Superintendent, Hartford; ltliey, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday March. Tuesday afMonday alter 3rdMonday inin June, Tuesday after ter 3rd Monday in September, Tuesday after. 3rd 3rd Monday in December. - O. B. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afto 3rd Monday In March, Wednesday after Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June, 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday In December. alter 3rd Monday Rockport, Friday after John II. Miles, 3rd Monday In March, Friday alter 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd Monday In September, Friday after 3rd Monday, in December. Other1" County Offlcert-C. S. d, Attorney at Law," , HARTFORD, - KT. practice his profession la OhU" end adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Col-- 'i lections a Specialty. Office In the He., aid building. Will FRANK L.FELIX, "',.,-- " ' . HARTFORD, - KY, I, Wlli practice his profession in "all Courts of Ohio and- adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Also No-- ;; tary Public. Office over First National, - Attorney at Law . YANCYL.MDSLEY, thL . -- 4 Bank. 'Vj ) ? .'1 JOBN B.WILSON CI1AS. M. CROW1 WILSON & CROWE 'LAWYERS HARTFORD, - KY. 3 H. W. BUCKBEE Confederate Veteran Reunion Lit1911. tle Rock, Ark., May For the above occasion the Jllinois rata Oenltral Railroad Company of $9.10 tfor the round trip from Beav er Dam, Ky., tickets on sale May 13, 14, and 15th, 1911, only. Final return limit ,to reach original y 23, starting point not later 1911, unkss an extension qf limit is 15-18, TRY THE REPUBLICAN JOB WORK WE DO THE SATISFACTORY KIND POLICE COURT. Q. B. Likens.CHy Attorney; Sam Riley, Marshal; Court convenes second Monday In each month. City Councll-- J. H. Williams, Mayor; R. T. Collins, Clerk; S. K. Cox, Treasurer. Members of Council, T. R. Barnard, W. J. Bean, "W. M. Fnlr, Pen Ty'or. W. E. Ellis, E. P. Moore. TTScSotJl.Tr.ustees- -J s- - Glenn, chairman; Wi,?- - Kinsley, Secretary, C. M. Barnett, C. M. Crowe and. Dr. E. B. Pendleton. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. C. 21. Crowe, HARTFORD Will praotdoe their profession in aH the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and la the Gourt of Appeals. Special attention givea , to criminal practice and to collections. Offloa oa Main Judge; St, opposite Court House. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. Ohio County offi;-lr- s than-Ma- Notice of Dissolution. Notice Is heneby glVen that the County land & Mining Company is now closing its business and winding up its affairs for the purpose of terminating its existence. All persons having any claims or demands against said Corporation are requested to present the samo immediately at the office of said Company at Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky Ohio OHIO COUNTY LAND & MINING CO., 39t4 By F. M. SACKETT, Sec'y. obtained. By deposit of return portion of toy original purchaser iwlth ticket J. E. Hannegan, Special Agent, 115 Cantor .street Little atockJjiapay; ment of fee of fifty cents extension of return limit may be" Obtained .to reach original starting' point not Ia.-tthan June 14, 1911. This fare applies for first clasb and tickets sold at a!bovo rate will be accepted In choTr cars also In parlor and skepinS'Cars upon payment of regular .taritf charged for parlor sleepln'g car rates. " For furtb ;r information call on or telephone, J. E. WILLIAMS, Agent,' . Beaver Dam, Ky. or W AH Matters Given Prompt Attenand evening every first an1 third Sun- cacn uiuiun. sunaay scnooi a:ia tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A " m. Prayer a. in meeting every WednesSPECIALTY. day evening. Rev. Virgil Elgin Pastor. Baptist Church Services every Sunday . morning and evening. Sunday School SM5 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed- OTTO O. MAIIT1N S. r.JIcKENNKT pastor. cvciiijiK. nev. j. v. uruner, 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. Ky. Sunday Scool ?:45. """j Martin & McKeneey Hartford, "f i-d-WS SECRET SOCIETIES. iTlMtn. flrat nnr) thlwi Ttftrl4 .i.&' t2 cach month. Owen Hunter, W. M., I Keyatone Chapter No, 110, R. A M., meets every third Saturday night in AV. General Insurance Xife, Accident, SicK--and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. In. The t Mrs. Cook Tells Truth. Dexter, Ky. In a signed statement Mrs. Cook tells the truth about how Cardul brought back her health and SELECT. says, "I could not April 20. Farmers are very (busy at strength. She get any relief, until I tried Camdul,' present preparing to plant corn. the Woman's tonic. I suffered more ..or Mr. Belmor Stewart who Is attendBowling Green visited less for 10 years, and was so. weak ing school at ' my his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Stew-ar- e and nervous I could hardly do house work. Now I am In . fetter a few dayis last wetk. regular Mrs. Eva Keown has the measles health than even before, am as cloak work, do not suffer at all, at this writing. every day." ThousMr. F. E. Keown deliver! a fine and gain strength ands of women have, been helpod hack drove of hogs at Beaver Dam Wedtoo health toy Cardul. Try it. A-- 3 nesday. RK1B BALiLfl " Mr. J. J. Stewart, Pfoeident of the Take hot cooked rice, season with Cromwell Bank attended the Examlna Milking Machines in Australia. alt, pepre and butter, and add very tlon of the Bank last "Wednesday. He Vice Consul General Henry D. Ba finely minced olives and parsley kor, written from Sydney, declares excelreports the Bank in the most tahleapoonful of chlvas and a that the milking machines which wur lent condition. years ago in of .parsley to each cupful of Deputy Sheriff Erp, of Rosino was invented about four rloe. Mix well and foron Into balls in town last Thursday summonsing Zealand havocyjn so lmpravl as to away to the size of a walnut and make .them popular now in Australia. witnesses 'before the Grand Jury. cool. When ready to use dip each Lee It annoy was In Hartford Sat- Tihore are now three kinds on the bait into beaten cgs, noil in ground urday. market in Australia, itiwo of them hay peanuts and fry a golden thrown In All" nnf Alra VM ' "ITiumtvl vtalfnrfl Ing been invented toy the natives. boiling fat. Drain and aenm as a' . . Mn . PJn. At all agricultural shows great Inter1MMllA guruL&u 10 meat or game. est is taken in demonstrationa of ch Ichlco Sunday. CHICKEN SHOnTiOAKE. are able to fl S Tta1tAritv wi nan those machines,-whiio together one pint of flour two' Sift milk .with case over a hundred cows Jf) pnomnmla M tewpoonfuls of ibaklng fewferaiul on in less than it wo hours. He states to wine b(fttur M BU1U JIUU 1I1LO iUUt leilBJKXIIlUUl that milking toy machinery has. not on Hurrah for O'Rear for Governor. this one tabU'spoonful of arid or butly the advantage of speed, but that ter, add three fourths cupful of milk It Is cleaner, more sanitary and clwap Do Ghosts HauntSwamps. jiad mix lightly; turn out on boaixl or than when done toy hand- - An out end roll Into a round cake about one No, never. Its foolish to Uar a fit suitable for milking twenty &ve Jaoii thick. Bake in a quick oven. fancied evil, when there are real and cows, at a time will cost about' $180. YVbendone open the edge with a sharp deadly perils to guard against ..In Om type of milker Is fitted yritta hefie and split open. Spread hot swamps and marshes, bayous, and low an automatic dovilce call a "ciitHwt" Cfamed chicken on the lower half lands. These are the malaria germs which shuts oft the power wlw the hbA roplaoe the upper half. Pour hot that cause ague, chills and fevw, weak pail 1 nearly full of m'Uk and so , pre4jbicft) gravy over the rwhole and ness, aches In the bones and muscles vents an overflow. It is dcscrtlMtt as serive at once. While the shortcake and may Induce deadly typhoid. But a float suspended on a valve stadia. it baking, froo cold cookud chicken Electric Bitters destroys and casts The machlnJes are all close knltatlaos item bones, skin and grtetHv, and out these vicious germs from the of nature hi "regard to euotioa. wwl cut Jato small pieces; add just enough blood. "Three bottles drove fell the connpixMstan toebig copies of lite famry to ewr and bring to a boll. malaria from my system," wrote ,Wm. miliar practiced toy the calf.' ' The TJbMte ever, hot water until rttady to FretwielJ, of Lucama, N. C. "and lye Vice Consul writes that there use' is had fine health ever since." Use this already quMe enwal in Australia er sute, sure remedy only 50c at all drug' he predicts that K will soon ,bds UT CJAKE. ttfvefeNtitfcs cvjtful Of tlteU. 3 fi no 1b dU eouwtrlee. . N-j- Three dozen oysters, three cupfuls of milk, three cupfuls of Ibread crumbs three fourths of a pound of cheese, one heaping tablespoonful of buttw, jalt and popper. Butter a fireproof dish and cover the bottom with a layer of bread crumbs. lay in 12 of the oysters, sprinkle tlnim lightly with ealt and pepper, and add a few pieces of butter. Corer with grated cheese and a layer of .bread crumbs. Repeat with wch 12. Cover with the milk and let 'the last layer be a thick ono of grated choaae. Bake in a hot oven for 30 minutes, or until the cheese puffs high and Ibruwn. Serve hot. Contemplation "Beauty of there is no charm that a woman is prouder of than a pretty set of teeth Beauties who lack this essential and whoso front tteeth ane a disfigure-mon- t, have bridge work inserted, as it cannot be distlnguisbied from the We are experts in natural teoth. crown and bridge work, (gold Inlays 0I?i?1?Inder' Tlloma8 Williams; Clerk, and plate work. Preston Morton Post No. 4, G. A. R., .Written guarantee on all wonk. Sat- holds regular meetings Saturday before the first Monday in each month. Ash-.o- r5 isfaction in very particular. Sec-Tre- Secretary. xiutnuru uiiapier ino. m, u. e. b., meets second and fourth Monday even- Lizzie Miller Secretary. nougn mver ioage No. U0, Knights Pythias, meets evprv TnoArinv nln-h- of J. B. Tappan. C. C. J. Nev Poster. K Of R. & S. Hartford Tent No. 89, IC O. T. M., meets every first and third Thursday night R. D. Walker, Commander; L. P. Foreman, Record Keeper. Sunshine Hive No. ii, t. O. T. M., meets every first and third Friday night in each month. Mrs. Attye Griffin.Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Carpenters and Joiners local No. 1881. meets 1st Saturday night In each month. Noah Skaggs, Pres.; W. D. Luce, Acme Lodge 'No. 339, I. O. O. F., meets second and fourth Friday night in each month. W. R. Hedrlck Noble Grand C. M. Barnett Secretary. Ohio Tribe No. 1S8. Imp. Order Red Men, meets second and fourth Wednesday night In each month. James C. Bennett, Sachem. A. E. Pate, Chief of Records. Hartford Camp, W. O. W. No. 202 Con-?- v S. Tlnsley 4 I ZAl and I 3 fl K1 ...-- . vvwuwj Ut all eounu-lva- , or ao Iva. w obuln pATC NTS HMl rAU witiitisJW4 UWIVBglU, AS qqt uidlielp you to lucceta. ipexiM, . SVfl r " va pieDiaDuiiy. tv jtAir prartlc. BUR- PASSING RIFEF1ENCCS. For fre Gold wo on iTonubia fmtcnt write to m, TBne.uaniiB yvykj rn WE.m Anno MUiW nB w0 Seventh Street, wifyaniritfTUW. D. C an KILLthc COUCH with MMs. Commander; A. s S. Office In Republican Bldg. DR. H. J. BELL, DENTIST, ' J. M. Rogers, CURE the LUNCS Both Phonca Hartford, Ky. SEEDS BWUBTS SsKM SVCCSBB 1 Secretary.Treasurer-- S. D. Kump, Ind. State Officers: H. M. Froman, Carroll county, Pres. T. T. Barrett, Henderson county VIco President. S. B. Robertson, McLean county, Sec-7re- of E. National Officers: Presldent-- M. F. Sharp, Narrows, Ky. Vice President J. M. Woods. Dr. King's New Discovery AWP ALL THROAT .i5 fc ANBLUWflTWWgLEt. as ' st rU SPECIAL OFFER:will , A BlMb taake too oar Bersaaaeot eaatsmer. Har 1 to-dm-y; t krM tllll 0. P. Roemer, Warren county, State Organizer. C. C. Allen, Henry county, and Lat-tl- e Graves, Allen county, Assistant state organizers. Board of Directors. Ben Watson, Warren county; C. M. Barnett, Ohio county; A. H. Brooks, Bracken county; R. K. I. Ray, Hardin county, and J. F. Doss, Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officers; 8. L. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Dam.Ky. Henry Plrtle, Sec. Hartford, Ky, D. Ford, Treaa., Hartford, Ky. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. 1. L. B. Tlcnenor, Hartford, R.- - p. jj. No. 5. 2. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds. Ky, 3. M. . Patterson, Olaton, Ky. . B. L, Alford. White Run, Ky. 5. Richard Plumer, Taylor Mlnes.Ky. 6. J. L. Brown, Rockport. Ky. . QTJAJtAKTKKD gATIgFACXOKYl VJfc M.VMXX JULVUJTSXD. ... ; I U ite PrUgcmwtiw SnMt 1 TmvI lendll 1 0.U., t UM r.iLfi'T1 nrl thk 1 -- 1 i BOIWOTW 4WV Writ Menthm mw rwtif K HAVE YOUR SUITS fc Pftr. J SEND 10 uA CENTS ma MM kHm ntt MMMia. 198 MTMAr M TlaM , Ug WHO ruau. . Cleaned! Pressed Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. - Club rate $1.00 per month. , i uto B Nm Wal It Bwt mWM ol I JJ... it, swyu imir '1 -- .i u 'z:t SK """""N Qf7roff, rs??'s 4jfflmfi mwr - iiAviir C$r Owztrs ta ' JL- a L 7&etJ'SY'n m 7cerAif drAr,aL rCfdWwtJ . . ti. - 1 ,VdA rUWIfVL m y$yr$ K' 7Xh ws7iessnmjirsrrmnrt. itdOARDA Qrr4jB0wMg Gsv,Jvf. a4 : r tv- - 'arAL & Hartferd Pressfnfj Blilb, y. ii. c. a. wCw., HARTFORD, KY. tpm aa c vwajk. b jui vfik;S- - Modern Methods of Raising Chicks. Tbe day of hapfcAMrd me&Ojds In. rearing ohicta la paatag. Tha average poultry rateer no longer liaa to depend on gues or what tha gee4" laMHW's wife used to do. Many ohteks have been neetlleaslyj Wlll Jar the past through lack of knawjleda which is now free for tke peadipj. Jt Is irue theoretical without practical knowledge te not oesjduelve to ipoultrjr success, Ibut there are noiw many .principled that must be dellowed If Biicoeas Is to bo attained. One of the best antl-ol- ee Is froan. Uw pea of Prof. At wood, o OB broo)4ing and. feeding Wast Virginia Experiment Station, and It should help many of the our readers. In pant Prof. At wood sayB: "la brooding citcks, either In Individual brooders or la brooder houses, the main thing which must be watolted Is the temperature, for If It Is either to high or too low the results .will be totally unseJUs factory, even though all of tho other conditions governing the health of the chicles aro lddal. Chicks thneo or four days old are flakly hardy little creatures andean endure a considerable degree of oold, provided that as soon as they become too cold they can quickly get' warm again. But if they are forocd to remain' whs? the tempera uro Is too low they oateh cold very quickly, the lungs aoon bed cheesy matter form In come Intflamed, little nodules of light-colore- AMN0 OUR EXCHANGES (Cbfongo steNaW on In Boyle county. A well-postgentleman tells the Messenger that while the farmers are not dolBgmuch talking m tho subject are going along quietly and yet making every preparation to raise al For Sale PHOCUnEO AND DCFKfDtD.T repflr I orphrito. lor tiuwt wwrch au Ire rrM Ulrica, how to obUln patmu, trad mark I roprngnu, no, tN LL COUNTRIES. ISiulnts) direct nilh Washington ttvtt dmr,l money ana ejien intpaitni. Pitintand Infrinpmtnt PrJC'Jet Exciustotf. Writ Dr eoma to of t ValU4 lUtM TtSmt 0S, Mat StrMt. WASHINGTON. D. C. drmwUiff 0y ''. Real Estate! a Inter-Ocea- tfoe weed. ' the brooder or broodier house when the chicks aro first transferred from the Incubator Bhould be practically from which the chicks em Mgh as the tempeTatune of the incubator bean removed, or from 95 to 100 degrees Fahrenheit. This havo Just itempereAuTe should be malntalnod for the first week, naier allowing it to' fall oolow 95 degrees. The second imeek tho temperature Should io be allowed to drop lower thiui 90 degrees. These itomperatures refer to the air totnperatunj talaen on a level with the chicks. Aftier tha second week the temperature should bo reduced gradually until the chicks are old" enough and hardy enough to do without artificial b&t At no time should the chicks be uncomfortable either on account of too mtfSh cold or too much boat It they aro too cold they will huddlo together. Those on the Inside of the .bunch will become too warm and will pass to the outside, whono they become too cold again. Under theso conditions the chicks rapidly catch cold and die. "On. the other hand, Jt is almost as bad to have the temperature too high, for In this cose the vigor of the chicks will be reduced and they will be unprofitable. Where the chicks are to be raised on a large scale the broader Mouse heated by hot water pipes ia the mosh economical, for in this case, there is only one .fire to attend, amd the work ot feeding and (watering the chicks can be done much easier than when the chicks are scattered about in indlviduall brooders. In fact, It has been my experience that outside brooders are not very satisfactory. Unless an enormous amount of care and attention Is given, to .them the tomperaitura Is sure to vary so much that the chicks-dnot thrive. In addition the work has to be done out ot doors la all sorts of weather, making It disagreeable and costly to pontarm. "Next to Importance to tiro temperature at 'Which the Uttle chicks are kept Is the food which they receive. In the case of a chick provides ior Its sustenance until it is able to run about and ob(providtain food partly by its own efforts. The food material thus ed consists of the contents of the yolk sack, which Is sllppiodi Into the abdominal cavity a few hours before the chick is hatched. fHho yolk sack is connected with the intestine by a duct, through which abthe semifluid mass ipassks Into the digestive system, where it la feed) Is due to this provision that It is not wise to sorbed. It chicks until they are wo or three days old. If fed too soon on too much there seems to ba a tendency for the material which Is present la the yolk sack to iwmaln un&bsorbed When this occurs putrefactive changes soon take place, some of the products thus formed ,pas3 into the circulatory system ot the chick, bowel trouble results and the chick dies. "Not only may the npnabsonptlon ot the contents of the yolksateK probable be caused by feeding too soon or too much, but it la quite trouble may also bo caused by the breeding stock being jtoo that this out of condition, or by too variable a temperature on fat or other-wtosufficient ventilation, during the incubation of the by a sack of na-jtiu- re I e &em and death results, '"Hue temiperature of i Carlisle Advocate: When you ask a aanwer bow much tobacco he la going to ralso this year ho will say pockets, tfo wonder the eutfragatts not very much, and ho don't seim aro taking up boxing! to be Interested much about It either. JJtit further on ini tho oonvoraa-tlc(Caldwell County News.) he will add that this weather Is Will the time .ever come when it keeping him back from getting his will bo a criminal offense for newspapers to publish without comment tobaeco ground In shap. "How many dispatches that can 'but load to aones are you 'going to put In toserious harm Ito the unsuspecting pub-ll- bacco?" "Well, I don't thlnfk I Milll Such dispatches as that recent- try to raise over eight or ten acres.'' ly concerning the man who "lived to "How many acres do you generally put in tobacco?" "Well about eight nlpe old age" simply because he alor ten acres." ways swallowed his tobacco quid, a process which would kill nine men " Paint Lick Sick Lady. out of every t'en, should they attempt Paint Lick, Ky. Mrs. Mary Freeto imitate. man, ot this place, says: "Before I (Prankfort commenced to take Oardul, I sufferHitchcock has ed so' much from womanly trouble,, I Postmaster General announced tha tthe postal deficit has was so weak that I was down on the my .back1 nearly all the tune. Cardul been wiped out by conducing business llnoX He has done me more good than any business along was told that this could oe dotne and medlclno I ever took in my life." that the proposed increasing the rate You need not be afraid to take Caron magazines mas not necessaTy, but dul. It is no new experiment Comat that time .ho denied the Imputation posed ot gon honb Ingredithat his business methods were bad. ents, It has been found to safely relieve headache, backache, and similar (Hancock Clarion.) Try it for your The Right Rev.. Jacob Edwin Meek- female troubles. 5 troubles. er, pastor of a St. Louis church, came m ct News-Journal.) g, A Rhode Island judge has kkoldcd that a husband has the right to chastise his .wife If she plunders his a ft. 50 Acres of the finest Rough river bottom land located three miles wesb of Hartford. About 20 acres la cultivation. Good dwelling and out buildings. A bargain for $1,250. 60 YEAR3' EXPERIENCE ijTjnjra Anront ndlnc k.trh nod d crtnttftn qoleklr wcaruin our opinion fro wh.tta.r na? n Commnnlea. laTMitlon It protiitblr ttonaatrtctlroonlldantUI. HAHDBOOK oafatsnta ant rraa. uiqmi asancr f or.ecunni paioni.. l'.t.QU takta tbrouah Mnnn A Co. recilr tfteiat notte, without chuttt, la taa Wo have 460 acres ot floe bottomland firom one and a half to two mllea ot Hartford, ipart of It wdth timber. Also about 75 acres of upland belonging to the same traot. Terms easy. a Track marks DrtioNa Copyrights Ac. Ptn(bl. story frama building with five rooms and large recptleoa hall, built out of tho best selected material. Situated on Clay and Fredrica streets, Hartford, Ky. Lot 60x205 feet. Fine well of soft water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. A new ono and one-ha- lt Scientific Htnericdm lllnilratad weaktr. enlatlon ot anr aelantlflo lonrnal. Terms, tl reari fonr month!. IL Soil brail newadealan. A handiomatr MUNN&Co."'Bro.r.r. New York Branca Offloa. CM T SU W uhlaiioo. D. C. Subscribe for The Republican $1.00 per year. A-- to Pendleton county, Ky., to unload himself of tha novel intelligence that no tobacco raiser could be a prohibitionist, that the tempyrance people would next attack tha tobacco evil after they hod removed booAa ttrom the land; but these "Kentucklons did not .take the ivklw very seriously, and on Monday they increased their dry vote over four years ago, giving 841 majority- - Selah! nine room two story dwelling Centertown, Ky., has good cistern, good cellar, never falling well ot water, good stable and other out buildings, ono acre lot of ground. A Uplendld location for family residence and hotel. Price and terms reasonable. Apply to BARNETT & FOSTER, Agents. Hartford, Ky. Good In f Unearths Odd Relics. "During the first two or three days after the chicks are hatlchidd they require warmth and the opportunity to gain strength rather than to receive food. They, should ba supplied, with water, however, and iwhloh ito It will do no harm if they "have a little fine chick grit at are usually Add as follows: The inpock. Alter the second day they, fertile eggs are boiled and run thnaugh a food chopper, shell and ' itslmlk all. The ground egg is then mixed with five or six times meals of mixture oonstltues the first and last of rolled oats. This troughs or on Itho day for the first two wieekB, and is fed in shallow plates. chloks do "At the morning meal cane should be taken that the be loft somewhat nungny at this not cat too much. They should by scratch(meal, so that they will exercise during the middle ot thia day scattered In the litter. At the evening for the hard grain which Is oats, ing meal they may ,bo fed mono liberally on the egg and rolled of cracked corn, crackmixture. The lihrd grain consists of a mixture -small chicks ed (wheat, oatmeal, millet seed, brokkm rice, etc. For grains should 'be cracked fine, the pieces ot corn not being larger the a kennel of wheat. At times the prepared chick foods than one-ha- lf used for scratching material .with satisfactory results. Tha have been as confine cracked grains should be scattered in the Utter as oftenday long chicks may be kopt busily engaged all venient, so that the hunting for tha grains, and caro 'should be exercised Oat they do not mjieat and And It too easily. After two or thned weeks cracked food, corn are gradually substituted for the prepared chick cracked corn meal, wheat bran', wheat middlings and aaid a mash composed of beet scraps is substituted for tha egg and rolled oats. accord"Excellent .results have been gained ia feeding little chicks station-iBrietl- y advocated by the Maine exparlnwoU ing to the method this method Is as follows. .pant wheat bran and "A mixture of three parte of corn meal, one make broad. am pant wheat middling or flour is used, from which tosalted as usuvery stiff with Mm milk o'r water and This is mixed dona the loaves al for bread- - It la baked In a slow oven and when the oMon whaw tlwy remain until tho we JUt open and returned to are bread Is thoroughly dry. The crusts are then pounded until ttw unfertile eg are hard boiled ajnd ground, "thoroughly pulverised. The ground egg and four parts shell and all dn a sausage mill. One part and the mixture run through bread crumbs ara than .mixed together t. the sausage mill or food. chopw."-- St. Louis Globe-Democra- eggs. (Fourth District Leader) will not be long ibofore tha first teaohers examination for certificates will be holi, For a long tlma the examinations were so strict that .If a teacher passed she was almost sure to secure a school as there was no surplus. While the examinations are scholarship ot the still rigid the county has Increased and a greater per cent of the applicants secure certificates than formerly. At the same time the school term has been lengthened and the salary) Increased especially tha schools In the lower graao3, and in consequence more persons aro desirous to enter the rank of teachers. It Is expected that some of the young people who secured oartlflcates of graduation from the county schools will be applicants and we are afraid somo ot them will be disappointed. Tho examiners are going to require to papers of a much higher grade give a (teachers certificate thaoi Is required for a certificate of graduatlo and those iwtho hold the lattoV'must not bo too sure ot the result You had batter spend a month or two In looking up on the subjects required In the examination. So prepare yourself that when you come before the bojTs and glrla you can give thom something wotrh knowing. Jt Ellzabethtown, Ky., May 1. Hugh Yates, ' a farmer of noar Vino Grove, this county discovered an ash pit at the foot of a bluff, 90 feet high on his farm, which he ibelleves was built by Indians or mound builders. The pit contains many relics. It is 20 feet mide, five ft&it long, and nine feat deep. iMr." Yate3 excavated a space 10 feet square and eight feet deep and discovered dear horns peculiar shells, ar row hoads and pleoes of pottery made ot clay and fine flint, and some composed of clay and musesl shells. He also found bones canved In. many shapes throe human skeletons and many fragments ot skeletons. In his nesaarches he unearthed a larga ring make of black stone . h Only about of the ash pit has bean removed and what the other tw ill reveal tour-fifth-s U anxiously awaited. one-flfit- POSITIONS for graduates. GUARANTEED numberof students this offer will write at once for particulars. GUARANTEE position If need WE will us real soon. Weyou a many more you at once to supply the enormous demand our, As soon as we get tbe required be withdrawn. So GEO. W. SCHWARTZ BUSINESS COIitiEGE INCOaT.rOBA.TI0 rai(rairb ESTAHLianrD ihoa tOtTISVItirE. KY. IHEACHTOWr ilL-- C WANTED-- A 3amDia --- B ' WHITE; Two Negroes Man LACK MAN IS MADE SCRUBBED on Wild antee behind your bicycle. DO MOT 1IU1 a bicycle or a pair of tires from anront at any fnce until you receive our cauloeues and Ieam our unheard of factory prices and remarkable special offers to rider agents. VMI niLL P.F HdlUlllOntU "ne Vu receive our beautiful catalogue an. udy our superb models at the toonjerull low prices we caa nuke you this year. We sell the highest erade bicycles for less mone) than any otner lactory. we are sihshed with Zi.eo orafit ahove factorv cost. Ullil. UL.1Z U..LI.t.tiS. vou can sell our bicveles under vnur am nina nlsu m IVlBl J..Lf a." our prices, iruers ansa me tLly receiveu. HECOND UANU I2ICVCL.KS. We da not remil.rlv handle second hind Urrrlet. tlSUllly have a number on hand taken in trade bv our Chiearn retail storei. Th clear pnramntlv at nrices rancn? from S13 to 8K or SLO. harain lil m.tlert lmtxirtod roller cliafna and pedal, parts, repairs an "'"Slo wheels,kinds ftAlCTCO lt RBBIf PC equipment of all WWJIltn-DnHIat Hay tit usual retail rices. . -laieit ivioaei ,., . 7 , nirvri inn tnprt .iw ti. . un.irM. tvmminjM"luinirer i. --r ' Duun;mon:rur ItEQUlltBI) unul trriz jotjhu pir:tcuiarM ana special cjrer at onct. MO MONISV tou receive and annravenf vourhlcvcls. WiUo to anyone, anywhere in the U cent Jrfesit in advance, rfnr freickt.ttA allow TEN DAIS' FKKK TKIAI. dimns which time you may tide the bicycle and put it to any to: you wish. If you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wuh tor keep the bicycle ship it back to us at our expense and you will net be out one cent, We furnish rlPTADy DRIPCC at one small Uie tuchest erade bicycles it is possible to maVot profit above actual factory cost. Vou aare i rHlilUni rnibC? to fij middlemen's profits by buying direct of us and have the manufacturer's (uar .--.- RISER AGENT and district to nde a and exhibit aa 1 fr. Scoured all Day, Revealing White. That he Was ttllyouasainplepairtorffjityeasiwiiioriurfiji). MO MORE TROUBLE 8 50HEDGETHORN CCI C.UCHI PUNCTURE-PROOF- S iyft 80 T1DETC A SAMPLE PAIR TO IMTRODUOE, QttLY The resrutar retail trice ot these tires is HJO ter pair, out to intiMuce ue will FROM PUNCTURES aTT7rr?rtf.K?),fSB ; Saved Her Own Life. Lebanon Jet, Ky. Mrs. Minnie Lamb, of this place, says, "I believe I would have bean dead before now, had it not been for Oardul. J haven't had ona ot those bad spells since I commenced to use your medicine." Car-dis a specific medicine for the Cardulis Ills that women suffer. made from harmless vegetable It is a safe, reliable modi-cin- e, Afraid to Stay Alone. successfully" $used by suffering women for more .than fifty years. Cherry Valley, Ark. Mrs. Carrie y Try it for sale at all drug- Moore of this place says, "I was gists. A2 afraid to stay by myself. I had headache nearly all the time; my It's Equal Don't Exist. heart would palpitate, and my vitaliNo one has ever made a salve, ty was very low. When I would llo ointment or balm to compare with down, at night, I had no hope ot livBuoklen's Arnica Salet It's the one ing until day. I tried Cardul, and now perfect healer of Cuts, Corns, Uurns, I feel better than I have for 5 years. Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Bolls, Uloors, cannot praise Cardul enough for Eczema, Salt Rheum. For Sore Eyes, what it did." Are you a woman? Cold Soros, Chapped Hands or Sprains Do you n'eod a tonic? Try Cardul, th Try It Only 25c at all druggists, m woman's "tonic. Your druggist sell It. Al ' ul to-da- or Glas will not let the iMarlln, Texas, May 3. After two air out. filxtr thousand tiairs sold last tear. Over two hundred thousand pairs now In use. nagrocS had worked all day scouring ' nFSnnlPTinMt Made In all hjm, cutting hls matted hair and andeaivridincr.vervdurableand sizes. It Mlvelv Unediiisidewlth a anecial nualitv of rubber, which never becomes shaving his tangled beard, It was disrvtrniia And whlc h rlotps ud small nunetures without allow. Kotloe the thick robber trea covered that a wild man, anrestitd In lug the air to escape. We have hundreds of letters from satis-- 5 ' "A" and nnnoture atrlpa lit cd customers stating that their tires haveonly been pumped and "D." also rim atrip "U a cave near hero was a white man. up ouce or twice in a whole season. They weigh no more than to prevent rim outtlur. Tula given tire, the in The man, was found by tho sheriff by ordinarylayers of puncture resisting qualities being on th: ' tire will outlast any other thin, specially prepared fabric several make-SOF- T. ELASTIC auttr after a search of several days and Is tread. The regular price of these tires is fi jo per pair.bu t for KAS1T JCIUINQ. idvertisinepurposeswearcniakingaspecialfactorypriceto County Jail. the rider ot only H 80 per pair. All orders shipped same day letter Is received. WeshlpCO. D.om being huld In tho Falls you have strictly as a and found You For days the man had. been hovering tpproval. allow do not bay cent until5 per cent examinedmaking the them S 1.35 perrepresented. price pair) if you? (thereby a cash ilsoount of We will Yott run no risk lot send FULL CASH WITH OltOElt and enclose this advertisement. around Marlln, forcing housewlvte sending us an order as the tires may be returned at UUK expense if for any reason they are to cook for him when the anou were not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to vis is as safe,as la at If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run faster.' away from home. He Is believed to bank.better, last longer and look finer than any tire j ou hare ever used or aeen at any price. We wear a bicycle you will give us your order., you well pliased that be an American fugitive, but lie re- know thatyou to will twso trial order at once, when jou want hence this remarkable tire offer. send us a We want ouy aavKinu at any price until you aenu lor a pair or ooni fuses to say a word. It Is bellowjd he has been hiding In the foothills to oricei . . .. ... aui iiuniiur years. ainv wwMI out write us a posisi touay. uu ..nM.. a....... uuxinui Dicycier UtM IwCf UAJT or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and woodeituC e offer we are making. Itouly costs a postal to learn everything. Write it NOW. MAILS. Taoks . n . J. L. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILU FourFifths of Your Store Patrons Were Won by AdvertisingAnd Four-Fifth- s AHMMi store-servic- of These Would Be Tobacco Talk. Lost if You Stopped Advertising! Newspaper advertising is a part of all worth-whil- e e a part of it which patron3 particularly value. For it keep3 them in touch with your your sales, the arrival of new stocks, the showing of novelties, the buying opportunities which your store must create, for its friends. wThe advertising becomes tho link between the store and its clientele. They expect'the store's advertising to SERVE THEM 'not now and then," not partially; but ALWAYS. and fully! To curtail the advertising in volume or frequencywould 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. f bargains will have the effect of enlisting a every day, and of winning anew all lot of new of the old ones! store-event- s, a ed his wife he asked har Tepeatoddy to retrain from her hurricane of words, but the verbal storm lasted tor 2.-- Tbat four hours and he was unable to get a wink of feloep In tihat time. tHe, said she could do a oavorMon talk m Vh-eww a daaltson waehed by a well lyiDg down as cavorting aroung eaaxt In a rooai. The verdict will be a protect juy la Judge g Bast St Louis after newly fcwwHty-Lfo- tlon to husbands with The Jury wives. hours' dUbwrtkn. a divorce to llhenrfore rafebad to U.Haa4i Jtabaea Yawell. Mrs. Yow Cheap Clubbing Rates. at 2 a. m., July 5 testm.W "a We have feade aa arrangement wlW " W ,kwt he got i e b4 tha publishers of the Inland Fawner, .pood, spanking." Iwwause Vifcaut him aJ for four hours talk-s- is of Louisville, whereby we are enabled to ate- - He tha drewl aid to furnish The Hartford Repuhllean ' ?1.W. aad wat to a neighbor's house attd aM The that yapar oneIs year ter Jew-aa weeUy Ialaad Faraar mw. 'WITH WP fcbewt Mil4 sad." DaavHle .Miotawgar: Notwlthr aad one ot tha beat fana papers wfeaa to wanted to wake atM Mm. YttwaH, who auiwral looks pubjlshad ig tha United Btataa. Our standi; all tha talk about euMag of suauyi pctators. readers should take advantage ot out the wop ot tobaaoo this year, afatreotod ma - this otter. preparaUomi for a big pfodwoUoa teoj PYoweU sU tfMt Uw night Spanks Wife whoKcpt him Awake Talking. " St. Louto Mo., May haw a rght to spaak their bus-bana Vavtor curta!u-"Wetur-In- gj m tat Burlington (Recorder: Leas tobacco and more conn and oats appear to be tho 1911 slogan ot the farmers of Boone county, and as a olaaa, the fawiwrs would profit by It belfig the slogan! throughout the lobac co producing terrttory, Dover News: Smoke from burning tobacco hois ourls up from ever' hillside and valley. Jtvery vkmt that sticks lta head above ground rfvould be ibaptlzjd and dedicated to 1&'e:pool for 1918 or drowned by the owner,, iDIran JoikbaU Tobacco pooling la now la full sway, aad U look that a longer per aeut will be pooled tela Ve hope to time tbaa evwtr ibetore. se this tlw( aase.. We have no de sire whatever fcaee this eouafcry return to the eomMMoaa ot five or six Marryon the Train to Outwit Waiting Dad. Richmond, Ky., April 29. Ah excl-In- g UttKle romance found culmination , vi&an Alias Susie Horn jwd Daniel Covey, popular young People ot Irvine were marircd on a train near Paoola, twelve mile from here. t The ooupla eloped, 'and foarln'gap- prehensloa.by the girl's, father at this city and 'learning that a minister had boarded, the Arain, at Paoola, ho was requested to perform the ceremony. The bridegroom la Town Marshal at Irvine, while hlj bride lu one of the girls most popular and beautiful y toor. la . it 'm al The maat'eewBoa cause of Insomnl dleeadere ot stomach. Chainber-lahi-'s Stonaah aad Liver Tablets cor rect btease disorders aad enable you atoaa. to For sale by all drug gists, ta stare-frien- ds mfiHtfiLWlVfifiMWMfiWW&l ",Kf S"'. community, in one ot ttie great Ut of this Union, Jinftfoe can OLD KENTUCKY. be so ItreMaed that It dWerfttoly sentence a rnasn to life solitude in the (By Savoyard) penitentiary for steaHnfe fowl. fThe proas dlsp&w Oeogotown, from Ky., says that this lvas boen done. of mountain ok, The Kentucky the Such jnv'teton should arouse whom wo haivo heard so muefe, mostly rlghltcous wrath of every man, woman mighty Uoa, La a quantity In the and child. The oour.ts of a great state clMaenshlp equation of American have been brought into dlrupt. The somowhat corresponding to th.9 Highland vlotlm of this romarkablo Judicial RiWe'liac-Grago- r, Scot of Uw time of dcllvoranoo was a colored man, and or oarlteT, when MwsCallam hte off ense tho theft of a turkey on the Mooro was ohjef of the CantnbolUtes evo of ChrlstanaiS. True, the man had Liet a Kentucky mountaineer' kill an served time before; but may there enemy and every mlsorable and ma- not havo boon extenuating circumlicious pharlsee Ire itha land walls stances? The bare facts only havo bands up his cym and wishes hla reached tho East, but tho ono fact "with Invisible sap In Imperceptible that life imprisonment may follow water," and Uiwalls the "barbarism' such a petty orlmo Insufficient to dithat maintains in the proudoat com- rect emphatic attention to 'what apmonwealth between earth and sky. pears, from this dlstanco ,a miscarwhereas incidental trlval remark la riage of Justice in the rat commoncalled forth by foul murder wealth south of the Ohio river." communities. It undertakes to"say tha Nobody, In Kentucky was even senmmly Thm hours.moro tenced to "solitary" confinement In In a given twenty-fou- r i mi Grmm crime, violent or stealthy, Is commit- state's prison. "But may there not ted in tho city of Now York than In have been extenuating clrcumtaanc-ea?- " Crmmm the ontrla state of Kentucky ln-- a givHaTdly. The better opinion days, and life! and would en twen'iy-fou- r No ba and the rational, that there property,"., are property, especially were aggravating circumstances, for safer In Kentucky ban in New York. It stands to reason that a sneak thjef In Kentucky it takes 100 Per' cent thrice convloted of the crime committhick. Sprinkle with dllutied (orange to give full title. In New York it ted some scores of other larcenies -. juioe and sugar and let stand 10 min- requires only CI per cent. not discovered. This man Is an inHOUSEHOLD HELPS, In As for night riding, it is cowardly, corrigible utes; dry on a oloth, then dip thler, bred in the bono. fritter batter and cook In hot, deep brutal and a disgrace to tbo-tatWhere is a batter place for such a (A Special Department for Our fat. fry to a light brown, nemovo Bult tho provocation Is sore. The most miscreant than in tha penitentiary? Housekeepers. Contributions from fat with skimmer and dry In onerous and the most The following comment on this affair paper In an pan oven until all are farm labor husbandman evor "engaged Is gratuitous in view of the fact that Accepted.) on a in is tho planting, cultivating and the doraj .Roll In sugar and seme to white men have been sentenced Eat with a swioet curing of a ctrop of tobacco. A trust state's pntson for Ufa under tha Idenfolded napkin. was organ Iwd undsr the Haws of the tical statute Invoked in this case: sauce.. virtuous and high toned state of New "The question may well ibe asked: PTRIGASSEE SANDWICHES. nuts are weed"When .which It bought as well as to mak Would this .verdicot have besn renderIs about to be York When the chicken ed for cak'3, salad or sandwiches, th)3 price of the goods which it sold. bo ed had the prisoner at the bar boen a the nuts should be truix through the served for the second time lot It Tuie largest magnate of this concern white man? Does prejudice1 against sandw.lchoa. Toast disposed of In hot mincing machine.. men, Is ratlad at $100,000,000, and color in Kentucky prevent the adsllo?3 of sandwich bread ( sandwich women and children in Kentucky toll- ministration of Justice, always supInstead of using soap and vnator to bread is the square kind) on one side. farm ed and sweat at th0 hardest posed to ha blind and dealing with all polish painted surfaces, iboll a pound Bu'llter the untoasteti sides and fill gravy. It labor in the world to swell that man's classes equally fairly, regardless of of bran In a gallon of water ami strain with tho hot chicken and of galn3. Tluire is but on buyer . isn't a bad idaa, when the chicken is their product, and It Is as coneolence-les- s social casto?" And then our outraged eantlmental-Is- t balng warm, to add a few hits of lf Dante saw To clean chamois skin so that It as that lean wants the "intervention of some potato to the siloed cold boiled will 'bo soft after the washing, wring in hell. Hence night riding. authority or executllve legislatve mixture. This Is acceptable In the Nearly a century and id half ago It out of tlitf soapy water and dry grlevpu9 power ito undo ths plates, pour with ' sandwich. Serve on hot without rinsing. there was night riding under com- wrong and he calls upon the Govmore gravy over the upper slice and paratively w trtval provocation in the ernor of Kenutcky to render inoperYou may For a slightly and tasty?addltion to sprinkle with cayenne Godly town of Boston, it Is called ative the verdict "sanctioned under the salad sprinfldo It ligbjly (With fine-- place on a lettuce leaf. thia "tea party." It was just as lawd the questionable authority of a habiterooiii pepper or MOOK GHEIUIY PIE. less as any night riding Kentucky or ual criminal is act." He even pistachio nuts. and Cook one cup of cranberries, one-ha- lf Tennessee ever indulged In, wrought to Uie point of suggesting cup of chopped ra3lina and two those who participated in It would Before using the .broiler for fish, congressional security, and beseeches JLIUi OWia J.HVV VllVbtiJieti, heat it and ruji over with a piece of thirds cup of cold water together haiTia shed blood as remorselessly had somebody "to institute a radical re requiring it. salt pork. It will make the broiling until soft, odd one cup of sugar and there boon resistance formation of the administration of cook until dissolved. Then take one But that tea party was a thoroughly process simple. the criminal statutes of this groat tablespoon flour, stir smooth In onia patriotic shindig,, and plenty ofjhlgh-tone- d old commonwiealth." Towels should lo psrfectly dry be- third cup of iiatarandaddto mixture folks would be mighty gbod to Now, what is that but the maudfore they are plaogd in the llneu for thickening. Let oool and add one 8lnd.that their granddaddles ''lrtli martyrs of to form upon teaspoon vanillla. Bake between the clpated in It. So you see. It all de- lin ravings that make eloset or mild is liable t the side learns, to his sorrow, that 97 per cent of our murderers whose CONSUMER FAILS TO them and cause skin diseases. crusts and you will find it an exoollent pends upon the point of view. jit would have been better, from a exploits, la cells are filled with rare substitute for cherry pie. "For lack of a monk the abbey will den with perfumes of Edjn, andwhos Neuralgia may ,be often relluved by I117IUEEIT DV nrrDCIQC.fln:ctalBtandPolntoPatroinU-DCllU.l- l negro NEVER KAIL PIE CRUST. not close." Soma weeks ago a DI ULUHLAOL ed a cafe. When the bill for a few applying a oloth saturated with acquittal by sentimental Juries Is hailOne cupful of flour, pinch of salt, was found guilty of grand larceny by hits of veal steak comes In, he sees usaence of jupparmlnt to the seat of applause as the triumph of two generous tableapoonfuls of lard, a Jury of Scott county, Ky., and it de ed with visions of a new spring suit disapthe pain and leaving It thero. virtue over vice, the victory of libthree tablespoonfuls of cold water. veloped that It was his third convicRates pearing. And so on, with other delityranny? Here is the plea In Price of Meat-Wholeerty over ChirupoUaiB say that a shoe that Mix and lard thoroughly with hands, tion of a fljlony. Under the laws of cacies in ,tiie meat lino. enlargement of this inveter is for the will not allow the groat toe to Ho then add water. This motoe3 one the commonwealth, rwihun one Tho best beef sold at the Have Declined, But Retail local thief.who ate, Kardenad natural born In a straight line should not be worn large pie crust which never fails to thrice found guilty of a felony, it Is stackyards one year ago at $7.70 per would commit another larceny the bi flaky and bonder. Prices Stand Firm. imperative that the sontence imposed if it is desired to avoid ibunlons. hundred, it now sells at J3.C0 to?6 first opportunity that offered after hi be a life term In state's prison. It pardon. per huadned. Veal calves one year There Is nothing better esgeneralWhile the whole igs, are Receipts For Sale. appears that this particular rogue ago brought 7 2 cents per pound. To progresstablished than that crime Is ly used for dipping croquets, the yoke The head of the house who has to We have quite a lot of subscrip- had stolen a turkey of value adequate Hogs and the dig In his pocket two or three times day they bring 5 2 cents." Enlarge this man ive. alone, with a littlj water added, will tion receipts to The Republican that to lift the crime 'to the dignity of chances are his next crime for ho is dally to pay for orders of beat stoak, brought .then $'J.50 pre hundred. Now be found quite as satisfactory. we would like to sell at once. Look grand larceny, and aa a Kansas roost as prone to crime as the sparks- ,to fl veal, breakfast bacon or other requlsl- - they bring $6.15, Theso are fair samTo keep the tulips used as table de- on the label of your papsr and you er sold for $1,000, it is no vlolettod to upward will It ho tUa In tha m AO f. tl. a Tf tfl tl.. frill fl fl ples of the "wholesale decrease within be murder. yoar on liva animals, corations, from opening wide, a tiny can tell how much you are owing to reason to suppose that Kentucky has hooves the American people to find quotations which In- - tho bit of wax Should bo drouihd onto this paper. For further information a turkey gobbler worth $20, Here is out that a criminal Is not ueaeaiarlly questioning the Wholesale housas are selling beef dlcate that thoro has been a marked call on or address. soma grief an eastern Pharisee wastes the calyx of each of the ifldAWs. a saint, or even a hero, especially if decrease In tho wholesale price of meat to the retailers at approximately 9 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, on this episode. cents per pound; park at 12 oents he is a sneak thief. to Bont whaloboiiv, the genuine; article, Hartford Ky. "It d slnconcelvable that In an en- - "When I was a boy, Alexander Ford, in the past year, as he continues lard at 8 4 cents, and veal at 9 cents price to the retailby soaking pay the samo old before be straightened The consumer pays 15 cents a pound with a hickory limb whipped the three er. It Is a fact, though, that thero need in boiling water for a few mln- achoal-hous- e for roast .beef 20 cents a pound for It's Into me. Hard by tha price utos and then Ironing It straight. has been a big decrease in the was Daivld Phllpott's apple or- of beef and just why ho has to kojp boof steak, 30 cents for veal steak, If anuttou chops simmer in Just a chard, that was as free to every boy up to the olditinne prices at the cor- 15 cents for pork chops and 15 cents water 011 tho back of tha stove little In school as to hla own sons anil ner market is what puzzles tho house- for lard. Tho best grade of breakfast bacon ""daughters. I well 'recall thatoue artho before boing broiled or fried holder. is sold by the wholesale at 19 cents will bj quite like lamibchops. the or- - The man with more-thaflavor ticular tree in thecenter of two In hU chard had more rocks and stiolcs un family who asnlres to a meal with a per pound. The consumer pays for very weak solution of ammonia A der it, that wo boys had .thrown to slice or two of breakfast bacon on it 35 cenils per pound. vater is excellunit for cleaning a diaThe high prices therefore continknock the fruit down, than all the mond. It should be applied to the ue an unpleasant reality; but the whys other trae3 together, and its fruit was under side and will make It very and wherefores remain' a quoation, sweetest to the palate and kindest tl 5 brilliant Louisville Evening Past. the stomaoh. COMPOUND CALLOUSES . Kenutcky is that tree, and I am Old CHICKEN SANDWICHES. T.llt Splendid Cure for Them Kentucky Fair Dates. geta a bulldog grip on prosperity is glad that I am one of her sons. Let 'Any town or commuirity-tlia- t 31ince up Mum any cold boiled or and Alt Foot Troubles. The following are the dates, fixed roastf.d clUcken, put in a saucopan fortunate. But tho bulldog grip will not bold if somo citizens pull ono 'em knock her. Ldt 'cm throw rocks and sticks. with gravy, water or cream enough way and somo another. All must pull or push in tho samo direction. A compound callous is the secondary for holding the Kentucky Pains for reported. Officers of stage when It grows Inward and preai 1911 as to soften it, add a good plecoof ibut-to- r. For instance, if half tho people want Main atreot macadamized and Resolutions of Respect. es on the nerves, causing Intense pain. Eairs are requested to report to ua a plnoh of pepiwr; then spread it fin a plain to cool. Spread it uetwa tho other half insist that Central avenuo should havo tho macadam and Jlall of Hartford Lodge No. 675, P. Callouses never cure themselves but any omimlgon or correction of dates always get worse, sometimes Irritating - Versalla, August out for its side & A. M., Hartford, Ky. days. each half holds slices of buttered bread Lexington, August days. H. the whole nervous system. The follow W. to bo any inacad-towWheroas, Our brother, thoro isn't going fa-ing la a most effective and oa vnnfinillM Union tomi, August 8 5 daiys. Grtfflm, departed this life on the armzatton in that speedy cur. ''Dissolve two cup of .lake a dressing of one-ha- lf Vancoburg, August, days. tablespoonfuls pt Catoclde was a town with 20th of April 1911. Unco .t u or 0 batter one of salad oil, and littld red I I LawmeRceburg, August 15 1 days, of Resolved. That is the death la k basin ot hot water. through it. Folks r phlt iwupjr, a pinch of salt and a creek running Soak the feet in this for Leltchf leld, August 15 1 days. Dro. Griffin, his family lias ta&t a wanted a bridge true, faithful and devoted husband tho (white of an ugg. Rub tho butter living on one sidb full fifteen minutes, gently Burksville, August 154 days. to a oroam, add tho other ingredients j- point. Folks oa and father, the canMiumity an hon? 11 HP- - . massaging the sore parts. n cortafn ' (Less time will not give the Brodhead, August 16 16 3 days. ., ad mix thoroughly, then stir in as , 1 days. citizen, the orablu and rmpected Fra Crak, August wanted Oluor desired results.) The soremuch chopped ham as will make It l" 11 dovoted brother. Shefherdsvllle, August 22 1 days. Tj7 point. Tho two lodge a true and ness will dlsapuear imme- Mw!tent aid si.iwad between thin bndgo at another London, August 224 days. Resolved, That a copy of Uiesa dlatejy and the callous can bo easily ( . , sections fought so doggedly "aMcea of bread. Omit oil and sub-peeled off. Repeat this for several Erraagor, August 24 i days. resolutions be furnished 'to the bridgo was built, t tho isauo that no if invferiwid. Bights, A little olive oil rubbed Into tltuto meltwd butt-jaermantowa, August 243 days. family, tlwt they be publish- seooded o re I 8ido of tho Nlcbolnwille, August 59 3 days. 0 ed lu each of our county papers and skin Is very beneficial." CBIdOUY SANDWICHES. This Caloclde Is a rerr remarkable side, and now the Masonic Home outmJal. Somenut, August 393 days from tho other preparation for all foot aithients. ake half a cup of tender celery Dardstown, August 30 i dayu. , J. P. SANDBRFUR, half towns where aro two swul quatter of a oup of nuts, both thoro Bunions, eorns and ingrowing nails get C, M. BARNBTT, Paris, September days. , Instant relief and are soon cured. Dad a whole, one. ., . ebopd. tint dvicans are eapioaially tj,oro uaQ(j 0 days. F. L. FELIX, Montleello, September 5smelling aad sore feet need but a few .w-- li i tirl n ball taulespowuis rtn f treatments. Caloclde Is no longer eon Committee. Alexandria, September days. Anoiner way 10 mKe a nail town oui ui wuuic of mayonnaise dressing, a uasii 01 fined to doctors' use. Any druggist has Mount Olivet, September i 1 days. teaspoon ayi-- e and h quarter of a through the Mail-j1U- ,.. f " fa jf tfa people to buy their it. a stock or will quickly get It freai Horses for Sale. Itogenvllle, fetapfcembec days. Wlx all thesa Ingredients his aeuse. A twenty-fivin th big citiw while the other half bays. - FOR 8A1.K 8 lytit year old work cent wholesaleIs usually enough to put Sanders, September 6 1 doas. package well " use as filling in sandwiches. Order Houses fconwu; 1 four yaar old mare Iwgth Kefttueky Stole Fair, LoutevMle. the worst feat in fine ooaditlon. It apple fiutt-ir- s. 'from the iocai 8tores an(j factories. ok; 2 three year old raatas. Call on will prove a blessing to persona who SepiunVer 116 days. JOB R. WlULlAWe, Mouse Cave. SafrteiafeeV '4 days., have been vainly trying Inaffeetdal K your place has the bulldog pip on proaperity don't Pry it Iom. Uaavur Qua, Ky. MapfcU, ftefcN&ber N- -i days. tablets and feet powders. il jom qvjartyr of aa Inch by pulling against your own local interests. site ll0bied pOYA Now Going On fl Rosenblatt's -- BIG- POWDER Absolute! Pure SELLING OUT SALE Going to Quit BusinessI mattm with Roy mi Tmrimr Limt Phosphate Ni Mum, baking mwwmr Entire new $10,000 stock be sold at 50 cents on the dollar. . i e SALE BEGAN long-continu- Monday, May AND LASTS 1, THIRTY DAYS. fin'ely-clioppc- d All goods going at sacrifice prices! Better come NOW! she-wo- We are next door to Bank o! Hartford , finely-shredde- Rosen, blectt's, -- HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY, sale 1-- 1 O. ' 3-- .A J. . Bulldog Determination f? Builds Prosperity fas n. 22 76 94 ef the over ed r Q-- t, ,. 46 , - ... wc ad " 0ds e 58 63 JHSZTS: tlroTcrot! 4e aad '. ' d Sim. mn ..tUA- - hi man lisntaHW