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The Hartford republican: May 12, 1911 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 hao1911051201_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: May 12, 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. 'ir 'fflie 'Fine Job Work. T, M&xtfotM DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THfe PEOPLE Kqntblican. OF OHIO COUNTY. Subscription $1 perjYear No. 4S 'Sun-bonn- VOL. XXIII. HARTFOKD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FEIDAY, MAY 12, 1911. WHY NOT COME RIGHT OUT AND BE DONE WITH IT 7 knocked the father down. Tho father rose up and clinched v.fUi tho son 4 'nW2SP after which tho boy fired two other fr Brown sta-t- os shots killing Ills father. SSSLVAiR. r f Jkm 7r kt mrv that the killing occurred about 11:30 In the morning. In fact it is conceded by both the prosecution and dfens9 Uiat Thompson mat his death at about this hour, but the former trial younarTbCflupsouand Banjainln show by a multitude ot wltmess?8 that each of these young men wene atmiorlc In his store hours before and hours after the time of 11:30. Some eight or ten people work In Thompson atow and thoy stato that Thomas Thompson camo to the storo at iten or fifteen minutes after his father loft tho store in tho morning and was not away from it ton minutes at anyone time until he went to look for his father at 1:30 p. in, Benjamin was with young Thompson, according to eye witness Brown, whgn tho killing was done at 11:30 but six Witnesses state that Benjamin came into his father's store between nlno and ten o'clock and was continuously In the store until the finding of Young body. Thompson's After Thompson's second arrest His arrest after Indictment by Brown's evidence he wa3 ccimimltted to prison at Dixon, and when his attorneys Huntand Baker and Baker argued motion for hall before Judge Hon Donahoy In Cleveland Plain Dsaler. son they agreed to submit a transcript of hte evidonoe at Thomas former examining trial together with (witness COMMENCEMENT Brown's testimony to which. Common- HARTFORD COLLEGE wealth Attorney Dlxou agraaJ. Judge Honson admltited Thompson ito frail CLOSING EXERCISES AT FORDSVILLE In the sum of $10,000. It Is believed htat In fixing the bond at tills amount the court took cognizance of and Will First Exercises of Graded School the fact Ithat men raorthin the aggr- Beginning Sunday egate-hundreds ot thousands of dolLast Until Friday Nine rWere Entertaining lars had volunteered their services as -- Months of Good Work. bandsmen. Night. HenryTihompsonls death presents some puzzling1 .featurfesb He was last sen at eight o'clock In the morning. The closing exercises ot Hartford (Special Correspondence.) His death, howover brought- - about, all College will take place-- nexifc week beForiiUvlUe. May 9, 1911. are agreed It todkjge about ejv-c- n ginning with the baocalauraete sermon The,'Ford9Ville Graded School clos"thirty Where" lw was for- these on Sunday at 11 a. m. at the Baptist ed A most successful term of nine throe hours and a half no one knows. church by Rev. Couch, of Owonaboro. months with, three nights of exercises According to a large number of' fepu-tab- le The fifth, sixth, suventh and eighth Wednesday evening Miss Thompsons iwltnotjses neither his son, Thom 's grades under Profs. Ellis and Hedrlck Mudc class together with 'Miss as Thompson, nor Kerney Benjamin will furnish Primary pupils gave a most Inprograms attractive could possibly havo been his murder- for Monday and Tuesday evjenlngs. teresting oharaster and beautiful er jncibody else Is aocusad. I met A. On Wednesday evening a ddclamaitory Opjretta "A Day in Flowerdom." V .Thompson .the wealthy Loulsyille contest will take place for a gold Thursday evening, .Mrs. Lloyd and Clothing manufacturer and brother of medal offered by the board ot educa- Prof. Cooper gave a (play entitled "An Honry Thompson and he told me' he tion and which will he contested for Idyl of Fairyland, In which ware forhad no theory of just how his brother by eight young men and wonttjn. On ty characters, tastlfully costumed an came 40 ha daath but that he didn't Thursday evening the high school drilled held the audience delighted and believe for a moment that It could students will present two high class for an hour", after which have boon at the hands of Thomas dramas. The commonciciment exercises the butterfly and Bear Drill were Thompson. Tho Thompson family will close Friday evening 'wljth the executed to their delight. have .bovjn prominent In Ohio County graduating exercises when five pupils Friday night, Prof. Tandy's class history for a hundred years the grandDr. Bean's entertained with a purely literary prowill be granted diplomas. father ot Henry Thompson represent- opera house has been secured tfor the gram lntersperstd with music rening the county in the lower house ot entertainment and a small admission dered by tho High School OroheUtra, the Kenltuoky geueral assembly fifty fee will be charged for the purpose Mlss-- s Ford, Mason and Thompson yearsago.and this young man charged i of defraying expense Incident to the together .with a choir' ot Hlght School ' wltlh the jmur.der of his father is the girls. The 'subject, Decline of Patoccasion. forst ot the Thompson! family ever ar riotism" was masterfully handled In rested for crime, and I tako It tha an oration by Robert Rusher, "ideals Wedding Announcement. friends of the family in Ohio county of Life" was the subject of a wull Friends In this city received Invita- prpparcd paper iby Miss Gertrude Hill will be gratified to know that only a trial Is 'wanted to vindicate a great tions to the wedding otliss Ola. Hoov- followl by an Oration, "What Shall grand son ot "Old Henry" Thompson. er, who is well known here, this I Do" by Miss Ismay Luclle Mason, county formerly being hiar home. The J. H. THOMAS. the first Graduate of the Fordsvillo Invitation follows: High School. 'Miss Mary Smith read PALO, The pleasure of your company Is regracecases quested at the marriage at Miss Mar- her thesis "Strive to Suceod" April 8. There are several fully and impressively. Walter Head of measles around here. garet to Ola Hoover to Mr. Walter showed great ability in au Oration, Mr. James Wysong, of Sunnydale, Thomas Frederick on "Progress Zimmerman of Civilization" A thesis died' of cancer of hte solmach last Thursday evening, the tw;enity-flft- h was beautifully read "Reflection" Wednesday, and was buried in the of May at half after eight o'clock and showed research by Miss Selgol Sunnydale oemetary Thursday, First Baptist church Altus, Oklahoma. Ford. Mr. J. B. Berry and sons, K. C. The Valedctory by Mites Mason Iras Clifton, went .to Butler county last touching and pathetic followed 'by the Rev. Bruner Tuesday" and returned Friday. Mrs. T. Lewis At a largely attended church meet- class. Address by Jtov. J. Hosle DeWeeee, tlwlr grandmother, in which much sound advice and oanid home with them to spend ibhe ing of the Hartford Baptist Congrex J, E. I summer. gation Wednesday evening Rev. J. timely wisdom was given. Dr. chosen and .Mr, James Legrand, of Meade coun- W. Bruner was unanimously recalled BarnhiU in a few well ty is tho guests of Mr. J. D. Berry to the pastorate anaUtar year. He eloquent remarks delivered the Diploappropriately expressed his thanlasand appreciation ma, then Prof. Tandy and family for a few days. took partlnjg leave of the class lowMrs. Annie Maden, of Palo, called in a very feeling manner, hut took "impress of a scholarly gento see her daughter, Mrs. Ina Dunbln, tha matter of his acceptance under oa ing the tleman on his audience and his of Sunmydale, Sunday evening. sidemtlon. Jlev. Bruner Is lwry poppupils. Mr. George Russell and wife were ular "fvikh the people of Hartford ot every denomination and It would be In Sunnydale, Saturday. Sotsethiig Unusual. Miss Verna Duke, ot Hartford, was a district less to the town and counual affair iwas given In A verjr the guest of her brohter, Mr. H, O. ty should Ui decide to go elsewhere. t Duke, Saturday, and Sunfday. the way of entertainment at the Hall Saturday evening. Mr, dClauda White and brohter Lea. Notice to Republicans. tor, visited friends and relatives mear About fifty girls wearing appropriate old Salem reetmtly, , . The RepubUeaa Executive eotamitta costumes and closely masked assembled Mr. AI9M0 BartleU went to OWty of Ohio County U ealled to meet at there to have a genuine good time' the court boiMe In HaHford, Ky., SatThe chaperons, Mrs. R. A. Nott-alnglast Sumlay. I (Mm, J, D. .Hardin and Mlsa Mr. W, lu Whtto has gone to Kvans urday, (May 30, at 1 o'diookfeo amuige tk time and. manner of nominating a Winona atwreag met the atria at the villa on a naft of logo. . ' 'Mr. Jamw ItawWy, et Indtana, vtelt-a- d aasdldate to be voted lor at be loom- - door to iUwe aaeh nwwk but one eslag November eleattoa for Rttpfesea- -' caped dyetlon made good his enMr. K. C. Berry last weak. Mia Lewi Barry and Mns. Mary tatlve from Ohio Couaty to Uw Gen- trance, birt finally K was discovered eral AsMeatbly. All oandWates, Pr.lday. It created that SHU- - was a BOY. White went to aaiMdaU'a aad all esd to quite a lUtU Mr. I. J, IHwk, of TWMy, wt alteaiaet as boys were are lavlWd to be rsMeat not ito 'b adwiMtod, but as he con- -, our midst, Sunday avantoig. Mrs. Hwna MTimmM. ivkHed her wkh us. seated lM',w KUcaw guilty n vlc R. B. MARTIN, teice was deae. dHWr, Mrs. Deal Gray last St-uw- U2 Chairjaaa JUuhlloaa J8xcuva Coat. were Soine f Uw aud Suaday, THOMPSON BOY NOT GUILTY '.X. - 'Infants' 'gypsies' 'clowns' 'boys' Sues' 'French Peasants' 'A queen of Hearts' "Cow Boy Girls' Indians, Dancers and Negroes. Just before refreshments the photographer took a flash light picture of the gnoop, then a delightful six course lunlchoon was served. At eleven o'clock all took their departure. Those present were: Mary Ruth Rlloy, Spauldlng, Clara Robertson, Mildred Elgin, Lelta. Glenn, Ozona Mostiley, Lucllo Taylor, Liclle Plrtlo, Annie k, Taylor, Wattle Duke, Mariam .Myrtle Williams, Anna 'Allen Elgin .Hottle Riley, Earley Mae Nancy Ford, Gladys Weottui, Beatrice Haynes, Daisy Wedding, Bessie Hudson, Corlne Woodward, Flora Riley .Elenor Petty, Ruth Spauldlng, Jesse Sohauvan, Katie Pendleton, Cul-U- e Morris, Lcla Magan, Magan, Mary Laura Pendleton, lone Hedrick, Lula Hardin, Tina Yelser, HatUe Glenn, Alma Riley, Loralno Sullengar, Bera Bean, Belle Berryman, Fronie King, WinLouisa Phlpps, Mary nie Sunmerman ,Mary Felix, Alice Keown, Bonnie Dover, Cllfifle Felix, Lizzie O'Baunon, Nora Woddlng. et BIG FIRE AT WHITESVILLE Nine Business ci . ' Our Correspondent Gets Houses go -- First Hand Information. Clear Alibi Will be Established for Both Thompson and Benjamin. Up in Smoke. i Ij j.ni mi Hol-broo- Ten Thousand Dollar Loss With Ma-ga- n, Very Little Insurance Carried. ) k Jbditor Republican: Since a business .trip ito Webster County, two weeks ago, I havo had so many inquiries about the much advertised Thoimpson murder case that I havo thought It would Interest Ohio County people, who knew both. Henry Thompson and his estimable wife (Nee Miss MayineChllds) asfoi-mo- r residents of this county, tohottV an account of the unfortunate affair from an Impartial cbser.ver. L was at both Providence, that scene of the tragedy, and Dixon, the county seat of Webster county, ami after careful inquiry from the most reputable citizens of bath toxins 1 .believe that I got about la 11 the principal details of the case obtainable. The principal .facts that go to make up (the touch heralded case as I gathered them from bankers, merchants and professional men are: The morn ing after Christmas Henry Thompson, loft the store about S:00 o'clock re- j marking that ho was going out to look for his son, Thomas, who had spent the night with some friends in Only one "person claims to town. havo seen Thompson alive after he jleft town going in the direction of the cemetery, ffihis witness says he saw .Thompson near the ice plant about 10:30 o'clock, Ibuf elncet no one else saw him it is believed the Twit-- '! ness was in error as to the date. Any way this evidence has1 no special bear lng toward clearing up the mystery. When Thompson had not returned up until noon his family ihacame amxtous about him and a thorough search of tho town iwas nixdi. About 1:00 o'clock Dick Thompson a brother to Henry Thompson told young Thomas Thompson, Henry ffihompson'sson to gat a horse and go out to tho cemetery to look for his Bather. Young Ttompsoji rode Jtft to tho cemetery and found his lather's caimse and it seems that tbjs4incldant coupled with the fact (that Thompson had ostensibly gone to look for tha boy gave rise to sensational changes that later ljd to tho son's arrest upon the oharge of murfng his father. The elder Thompson was dead and tho rabble Glamored for a Mctlm. The incidents mentioned above led .iLN to whispered suspicion of the son. M 2P The boy learned of this suspicion and at once telephoned tho county Judge y and County Attorney and these of-- ! n flclals come over to Providence and held ati informal Investigation, last-ving three days, and before which "" mrkivi thnn fhfptv urlfnAOClw fcrurn Alf amlned, and after which. County Judg Browning refused to hold tho boy for further trial. Latur warrant was Issued for Young Thompson's arrest and ho "was given a formal trial Judge Browning and County Mgain the court found no evidence to Justify holdingyoung Thompson and he was released. At'this Juncture a NashylUo detective comes upon tho scone and swears out a warrant for Kmey Benjamin, a chum of young Thompsonls charging him with the murder of Honry Thompson. There being not evon circumstantial evidence to connect Benjamin1 with the murder and his whereabouts being accounted at thekne for toy a dozen witness Thompson must hatfe mot his death, the court made short work of Benja-ailItus from I P return- - or-sav- And-iuon- , Baptist Services. Bour-lanlda- Regular preaching Sunday night. Pastor Bruner w 111 also preach at Render Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School at 9: 13 afternoon. a. nu Decoration Day Services. r Fu-qua- Preston Morton Post will hold annual decoration day services at No Creek church, May30th, beginning at nlnie o'clock in the morning, after which committees will dtocrate the graves of the old soldiers at Car3on and Old Mill burying grounds and other points In the county. A program will ibe arrang d hy the local psople with good music ami an oration will be d3liver3d by Rjv. Claude C. Hall, of Vamlalla, ill., Rsv. Hall spent a part of his boyhood days on No Creek at the heme of Rav. Elliott, who for many years "was pas circuit, tor of the iNoCreek by and he will b eremunxbendd many of the older people.. He is a polished orator and his services are sought far and wide In the stata of Illinois for such occasions. iLetivjry body prepare to attend these sjr-vlcand contribute their mite In paying respect to the memary of our dead comrades. A. W. MILLS, Commander. By R. A. ANDERSON, Adjt es Mondays Inquirer says: But from the fact that itho wind shifted, after tho flro had partially destroyed Whtesvlllle, shortly after 9 o'clock this morning, that little town' would have been wiped off tho map . It Is hard ,to toll the exact loss at this time but it Is thought It will reach $10,000, with only about $500 Insurance covering tho entire loss. l(he origin of the fire Is unkndnu. When It was first dlsccowred by E. R. Knox and Joe Stinnett, the flaimes were bursting through the roof in the wareroom of the A. P. Brooks storo, and immediately an alarm was given and the entire tqwn turned out. The-fir- e started on the south side of Main' srteet, and the wind which was .blowing at a good gale, soon wlpsd out every house on that Bide of the street The fire continued until 12 o'clock when the flames 'were extinguished by tearing down a stable which 'belonged to Berry Evans, and adjoined the large tobacco factory now occupied by the American Tobacco company. After the fire got under Iwadlwuy and destroyed the general store of A P. Brooks, It made a clean sweap, ot that side of the street, burning tho building ot W. D. Miller, which wan occupied by Lon Martin as a barbershop.- Martin saved all his fixtures ' and tools. Wells, the owner of lost $500 wish no Insurance. drug storoe. of R. E. Knox wa . Th also destroyed itlie loss to the build--ln- g and medicines 'being $2,000. Tho flxtunos and furniture were saved. The grocery owned by W. T. Greer was also destroyed, entailing a lose of $2,000. The building was owned by, A. D. Mattingly and neither Matr tlngly nor Greer carried any Insurance. entt-rtaliiio- Lost Cow. Estnayed from my place at Ky about the first of May, a small cow .yellow, 'with some white spots .sharp horns and about tiw thlrds Jersey. When lost had on a ' large ibell. Liberal reward. GEORGE 43t2 m BRIGGS, -. McHenry, Ky. t . Base Ball. Tho first match baseball game of the season was played on the Hartford grouuds last Saturday afternoon between No Creek and the heme team. Neither one had had any practice as the score will Indicate, but the game was a very pleasant one and gave both teams some much needed practice. Following was the line up: NOCREEK. d: c, Chamberlln, p, King; 1 b, 2 ib, Chamberlln, 3 b, Moxley s s, Tinsley, r f, Craibtree; c f, Chlnn, I f, Ohamberlln. HARTFORD. c, King, p, Taylor; p, Owen; 1 b, Barnett; 2 b, Felix; 3 b, Walker; 8 s, Glenn, r f, Thomas; o f Wakeland; 1 f, Park. Umpires Shown and Her. Score 31 to 11 In favor of Hartford. The next game between tho itwo teams will be played on tho grounds one week frotn Wes-terflolNo-Cre- A bo-fo- ro d. Notice Wool Growers. All persons having wool pledges pleasa send them In at once, aa thoro oro proapaots tor a sale In the near future. Send pledges to D. M. Stewart, Hart ford, Ky. ns trial, acquitting hku. Juat wbea tie proseautara of young Thompson and Benjamin had exhaust- -. "- Ala-son- lo - I ' '; t rje " ' A bhedr efforts at securing clrcumstan an accomodating aye Ual wMmos to the tragedy turns up. This wttaeu witMW,' a Mr. Brown, wtio bad bis .secret for lour months now gom befefe the graad jury, and it Is aUgd swaarstw out on a log a few away and saw Thomas rflttau-io- n and Keruey "Benjamin sWJug on a log readtrig a newspaper w4Un Heary Thowjittoa oaav up mod berat- ed the bpy for not eoralse home. The hoy iwidUd roughly .whea the fa.lw to .Uw grouad, Tiw stoped Wm row ut and fired a afcot. that bof er, SprifS Races Louisville, Ky., May 13th to June 8th. For the above occasion the L. & N. will sell round rlp ickels under the following conditions: aUakets sold oa May 12th and 13th limited to June 9th, 1911, $4.45. (Tickwta sold on May 13th limited to May 15 $3.40. Tickets to ta sold May and and 30 Juaa Sth, lttukad to .two days from date ot II. K. MISCHKB, Agt. sale $1.45. lst-3rd-- th Ml ktt et 6unite yras-peatl- rr8aUtkns J. H. Wheatley lost threa hous., one being filled with fertilizer, and the other used as a storage room. The other building was us id as the city lockup hut there were no prisoners In It as the time of the fltv. Mr. Wheat ley's loss will probably be $500. The millinery department of Rhoades and Murphy, wheh was conducted by two ladles ot that plaoe, was also destroyed. Most ot the mlllnery stock was saved. The grocery and dry goods store owned by Wilfred Long was also a total los3 to the extent of $1,00Q. Tho , building was owned by L. R. Rhoadea and was uninsured . The undertaking establishment conducted by F. L. Compton was aVso burned, entailing a loss to W. L. MilMr. Compler, the owner, of $500. ton saved all hla burial goods. fTlio warehouse owned by Charles Cheatham was destroyed the los3 being $500. D. F. Brooks andsous.who had fertiliser, lumber and wire stored In same, lost the entire output, the 1033 being $50. Thie. new house erected by Berry Etv; ans, and used as a barbershop and Evans' damage will be $500, wltii no insurance. The large plate glass In the general store of J. H. Wheatley, and also the plate glass In the front of thw Farmers and Mechanics' bank, jwemer broken ou.t, at a loss at $200. Both tlvase buildings are on the oppoalto side of .the street from where tha flro started. The stable and office of Dr. Carter In the rear ot Brooks store, was al destroyed. The loss will be $500 fully, covered with Insurance. Durlug the tire Dr. Edge fell from a stable and for a time was rendered unconscious. Dr. Cantor had his arm badly Injured by a plank which fall from a burning building. The town U without fire, protection, and had only a bucket brigade. This Is the second big fire that has visited WhltwavlUa in tho pasV few; years. The first fire satrtwd In tha big store of P. H. Hattey. Several buildings were destroyed and the lo& waa about $15,000. iv",o;V',f?l aayhhiftc; gives M SCOUTS FOLLOW FLAG i i To the Territories of The -- i . United States. Troops Icing Organized in lippine Phil-- . I I " and Canal Zone. ( t The Boy Scout organization has aprcad rapidly and effectively (The colonics of tbe Unite! Status have troops of Boy Scouts affillatod with the Boy Scout3 of America. In (Manila, P. I., the Canal Zone, San Juan Porto Rico, and in (Honolulu, illawaii, there are patroU of scouts "Who are being trained In various activities. In addition .the movement has spvgid to Cuba and Mexico. In the various Territories the troops of Boy Scouts have been organized by Americans who appreciate thavalu of spreading tho principles of Scout-craf- t. They realize that tho Boy Scout activities not only train the boys mentally and physioally, but alTho hoys so develop patriotism. have been trained to 'salute the flag and to do many other .things emphasizing the principles of American citizenship. It is the hope of the Scout leaders and tbe other men interested In the Boy Scout work in the Territories that the .bo)s will help in arous lng still greater respect among the natives of the respective colonies for the American principles and institu-ton. H. E. Shaffer, Scout Commissioner for Porto Rico, who has several hundred Boy Scoute under his charge, writes that tho organization is In reality the only patriotic organization on the Island; chat the boys by their example to their brohtera and fathers are really 'Working a revolution in the attitude of Porto Riclans toward Americana. Similar efficient "work is being done In .the Philippines by Elaood S. Brown, Scout Com inissioncr of Manila. He has organized sjveral patrols of Boy Scouts, and Is planning to form a troop of Pill plno Boy Scouts. Down In the Panama Canal Zone Boy Scouts patrols n liavo been formed In Georgona, and In sjveral places. Intrusted men of these places are working actively with tho foojs and already have Honolulu, Paul Super and Robert S. Gault have sterol patrols of Boy Scouts and luuo put tlwtn through many of the Boy Scout stunts. fThe boya In the different Territories are playing American games, go camping and are urged to do good turns, and above all to beoitvful in making clear to foreigners the real principles of American citizenship. Gault reports that his boys took part recently in a great floral parade, the chief event of the joar tliere; he also says that tho boys ha-- gone on hikes, camping and have collected many interesting shells. In the Philippines the Boy Scuots recently panticipatud In a carnival. .Mr. II. E. Shaffer, of San Jua roports that his Scouts have ongaged in signaling, fira aid and training; and tliat they have climbed tho highest mountain on the Islam ami were the fir.st lwys there to read the top. Just Iylidlna has charge of the Boy Snout troops in Placetas, Cuba. Alfred A. Stowart is workiug among the Boy Scouts of the City of Sa-tulife-satin- g Mexico. Reports from Chicago aliow tliat th . organization of the Boy Scouts In that - city is one of the most flourishing In tho country. The bojs are over the plans for tho summer camps, hikes and various other activities and are easily unrolling. Now troops aio being organized and .many applications are belli;; recall d ,in the national Headquarters of the ABcy Scouts of America from young fijnoen who wish to become Scout Mas-'tor- s. They oxjioct to have D.000 actually enrolled as Scouts before .May , 30. mos t interesting One of tho ... phases of tho Boy Scout ork in Ohl- cago Is .being canlod on in the Hull House, iMlss Jarw Addams, a firm ,(Vel lever in hie results to bd obatlued tho work, lus glvien much atton-4tlo- n to the orguuiMtloii of troops In tthe Hull House. A young man has 'jwon employed to devote his enUro ttaw to the work, and already over 1,000 loys havo Ibeen enrollod through ' the work uf Mat AddaiiM. Tttieae boya havo been taught to make ropo . hammocks and are thereby canning TOTAL 3.&00. There are now '3.G0O Scout Masters ? 'wolled with tho Uoy Scouts of Aiuor-BB- jj Flvo hundred now men havw ob Scout certificates within thi ySiLato&M fflbore is a general rush young uteu Interested lnhoy'M ' rk to ot certificates, to organize patrols, and to waku preparations for the geaeral demand Cor badges, a l jDaaoy, SCOUT ilASltfJRS Mal uwk aad no ibuaeh of eahaiig AM0N6 1UB EXOIANEES to get a tlwm. We are always dteap-pointMUSHROOM CtftNS through to (m a atmgto tame of the MwtPJlnful of All Foot Ailment. Hew to Cum Them. papers that setae to our desk each weak. I'ltaee you editors, see that calls your attention to a comparaiivf statement your papers are aob wwapped so tight. The MHihfoem corn Is so called from (Frankfort News Jeeml.) lis pitted cone top, reseabllBg a tiny Even rata are of uowjjwe. In It Is too hard oa our hair pins to of his bank as of Mareh 7, 1911. made to tho mushroom. It burrows deep Into tbe Chicago wires tor talaflhones are open them. tee end gets more Inflamed than other strung through undergnMMiiCftblea comptroller of tho currency, and of same date corns For tbe quick relief and cure of iwkleh (take Half ialed. tbcie and all corns and callouses the by the uee of rats -- sir! A Big, following Is the moat effective remedy through first a bhmII 1910, which shows an increase of more than Clyde,Ky. Mrs. I. A. Decker .writes known to sci stronger cord is attached "to this and froin'Cryde, Oanlul, "I recomaiead ence: Dissolve the wire pulled through. iwomea's tonic, to Bay woman In 9 taMAannstnfilld files, the will finally find some uae 'for "Gj of Caloclde con we presume and we coaeas.a great need of a remedy, For five year, I v",-sgB was unable to do my work. Halt my pound In a bacuriosity to know what It will be. sin of hot water Soak the feet In tbU time was spent in 'bod. At times, 1 (Madison villa Hustler.) for full fifteen minutes, gently mascould not stand. At last I briod Car-du- l. March 7, 1911 March 7. 1010. saging the sore parts (Less time will From same cause, we know not Now I am woll and fcappy.B.nd RESOURCES rtRsnnncES. not give desired results) All sore- what, it Is a vory noticeable fact can do my own work." Don't Buffer corn Discounts.... t 754,763.71 Loaoa and Discounts ..J 837,93731 ness Instantly disappears and the that the Sunday schools aSd the pain, headache, backache, aad other Loans and 640.39 Overdraft) 703 92 or .callous can be easily peeled off. It MadisonWllle have womanly mleory when your awn drug- Overdrafts of churches U. S. Boada and may be necessary to repeat tbli tor a and PreU. S. Bonds number of nights for a complete cure, boon bettor attended bo far dhis gist has an Maefhelf a remedy Qardul .. 381,905.91 alums .... . miums .... B-- S It will surely succeed year than over before 'In tble his- get a bottle for your rfieif but if adhered to BftaMng House, Funu- Tla.nVlnir Holloa. Furni part tory of the town. Of course there A little olive oil rubbed on the 20,000.00 ture and Fixtures .... 22,000.00 faire.aiid Flxtutwj Is very beneficial. This Caloclde Is a Is some reason for this "There is no A New Short Route Across the Cash A ....$80,465.90 J69.S50.08 Cash very remarkablo preparation for all doubt that all the pulplta'area bly I Due from" Continent Due from foot aliments and Is no longer confined filled .while recently there has been f Banks to doctors' use. Any druggist has It Banka One of the most Important events In the music. And In stock or will quickly get It from his gneat Improvement and U. and U. cent then again It may be that' our peo- In the history of wholesale house. A twenty-fiv- e 97,684.43 178,160.33 157,033.11 S. Treaa. 87,183.03 S. Treaa. railway service occurs .May 14th with package is usually sufficient to put tbe ple are growing more religious. the Inauguration by the Sock Island In tine condition. Bad smellworst feet (Mountain Echo.)- $1,268,702.50 $1,11583.74 Lines of through high grade pasing feet and tender feet need only a Bilore an Immense audience at Hop senger service Lines of through hi LIABILITIES. LIABILITIES. few treatments, llkewlso with Inflamed E.cT O'Rear. $ 250,000.00 Capital Stook bunions This Item will be welcomed klnsvllle Monday, Judgo ....? 250100.00 Sanger seoloa between Memphis and Capital Stock by persons who have tried ineffectual Republican' candidate tor the nomination 6",500.00 2,600.00 Surplus Fund .. , Surplus Fund California over the Memphis-Californi- a for Goheriior, opened his campowders and tablets. 12,594.68 7,9.16.23 Undivided Profits .. .. Undivided Profits Shor.t Linos. paign, and dlelvered an address that 230,000.00 180,000.00 Clmiiatioa This step means that a rapidly Circulation go down in history of the 770,607.82 675,167.51 Deposits Comml'jttee on BaSges and .Mr. James will growing territory In the Texas Pan- Deposits mo3tf earless, deafest and 'best argu-Nnjv 'Mexico and lArdzcma is E. Wftt, the Executive Secretary of ments ever prodeucd. In his"' speech handle, working $1,268,702.50 $1,115,583.74 the Boy Scouts of America, are brought nearer by many hours to Mer Judge O'Rear outlined his course, and zealously to get the badge ready phis and a large section of the east of all bank failures are caused by employes bor-- 7 QQ left no one in doubt as to hla stand. within a month for ht j boys. and south-eas- t. rowing too much of the bank's capital. NONE 7 vfjOa calcuHis entire address It shortens materially the dis- of the employes in the lated to Impress the audience that if Balked at Cold Stoel. "I (wouldn't let a doctor cut my nominated and elected he would labor tance between the eouthest and the foot off," said H. D. Ely, Bantam, 0., solely In the interest uf the whole, Pacific Coast and provides tho charac "although a horrible uloer had been people and strive to 'bring about re- ter of service which the modern travMnWp tho United States National xma ziAnf Mif- - nf tVinf- - hanV rtn- u.- eler requires tor his comfort. the plague of my life for four yvars. forms which have long .been needed. vour bankiner home. It will loan you money or pay interest on time For ithe (present trains twill ibe operInstead I U3jl Bucklen's Arnica Salve, One of his most striking 'sentences K deposits. and my foot was soon completely was that "It was time for thiefpeople to ated ibetween .Memphis and El Paso 1th the cured." Heals Burns, Burns, Bolls, Sor resume their government v and put dally connecltrg en routo E.T.Fbanks.J. W. McCulloch.J. T. Griffith.John Thixton.C. E. Birk, Bruises, Eczema, Pimples, Corn3. Su- themsalvs in control." He. promised Rock Island's famous Hmiter train J. J. SWEENEY, LAWSON KENO, HEPtKY WIL,E, UK AHCIACUO .mn.. rest Plhs cure. 2j at all druggists m to rid the State of tho incuhusof the "The California" making possible th trip to southern California In equipInfamous lobby, or "Third''House," Why Not Hartford? highest character without which heretofore has been" able to ment of the Monday and Tuasday havo ofNext change of tra.In.3. 3tifle or enact legislation' at to "will ficially b3en di3lgnatod as cleanup In addition to the first class Pullcut He advocated the regulation' of the man equipment and chair cars, tourls City. Look Days for Central sale of liquor by law, If allowed at for a snowstorm or a nagular sleeping cars through from Memphis all, and said that he dldlEOt-fea- r the aurain. However ithe city to California iwlll be operated frequent liquor people, who flood thorities have taken the precaution to ly and the needs of the traveling n tho State with an enormousfrcprrup-ttoInclude the balance of tho month In publlo are thus amply met. fund to djfeat lim In Nolreic.ber, period and there is no tho ckan-u- p The first train will leaKo 'Memphis He took an advanced ,posltlon$Jn the law against cleaning up your precause of education, one of .the most In the early afternoon of May 14th, mises at any time. But thene is a "will be operated daily important questions conc-irnlthe and the service law that will make It hot and expenState, and said in this connection: thereafter. sive for you it you fall to clean up even a make 100 bushels, You "We now haul common druiikg-tthe your piemises after this public noStop Those Pains. police station in patrol wiagoTWanrJ tice of the authroltie3. grains yield of big, full ears penitenMiss. Miss Gertrude t TImbervillo, day last criminals to jail and .toytho Henderson had a clean-u- p on the trains at public expense Gatlln, tiaries "1 of Timbervllle, writes: Friday and 80,000 jwunda of rubbish of nourishbesides an excellent of Why is it not as competent to haul did not know anything could stop those and filth wus hauled oBf and dumpod the Innocent child to a fountain of In the river, says the Gleaner. Pshaw laarnlng, where their minds may "ha womanly pains, from which I suffered fodder for your live we know some lots In Central City enlightened and fed and trained .for for two years, until I tried Cardul. I tliat could easily furnish that amount useful careers "' had been troubled with imrlous fefor the State?" and if one were to estimate from the lie declared In no uncertain! tones male ailments, but they (were cured In stench arising from other lots wo knov his position as to hte tobacco situaof, over 8,000,000 iwunds could be a little while, thanks to iCarudl.' Car tion, tho apportionment of thaState found on those lots alone. Tato the direct election of Senators, compulsor dul Is especially adapted for use by John Wilson old "OhittlLn" house and primary election law, the recall,' and ailing women. It relieves headache adjoining lots, on Locust siroat. By other Important questions, all of backache, dragging feelings, IrreguHlgh-aratho 'wuy, It's time the health authori which he favors. Tho speech vwasone larity, nervousness, misery, and womties w ere doing something about those of the greatest over mad3 In 'Kentanly weakness, it Is safe. It is rella lots. ucky, and It Is the concensus of opln soreness of the muscles wheht-e- r Ion of the leading people of the ble. It does the iwork. Will you itry For B-- 7 induced by violent exercise or in State that It will result In the unani- It? Please do. jury, Chamberlain's Liniment is ex mous nomination of Judge O'Rear on liberally. is, if soil climatic Kentucky Fair Dates. cellent. This liniment is also high- the first .ballot. ly esteemed for the relief It affords In (Breck In ridge News.) f' The following are tbe dates fixed ditions are favorable you follow cases of rheumatism. Sold by all Newspapers are not only our busi- for holding the Kentucky Fairs for druggists. m ness, but they are our habby. Not 1911 aa far as reported. Officers of culof careful fairs are requested to report to us any omnilsslons or correction of dates tivating. All this is explained Versailles, August 2 2 days. Lexington, August days. free at new Uniontown, August days. 9 1 days. Vanceburg, August, dealer's, sent Lawrencenurg, August 15 i days. ( days. Loltchfleld, August 15 Burksvllle, August 154 days. Kvery town haa soma citizens who occupy the attitude of Indifference toward the SALES OFFICES Brodhead, August 16 3 days. community Interests. They Bay: "Well, let tbe others boost the place. It can get Richmond, Va. Charleston, S. C. Fern Creek, August 101 days. alone without my help," This attitude Is well expressed and excoriated In a.pam-phl- t Norfolk, Va. Baltimore, Md. recently Issued by the Commercial club of Hannibal, Mo., Mark Twain's townt Shopherdsvllle, August 22 i days. Columbui, Ga, Atlanta, Gi. London, August 22 1 days. It may be (hat some ol t ti Savannah, Ga, Montgomery, Ala. Erranger, August 23 1 days. limited means, opportunl feJKgyj Columbia, S. C. Memphis, Tenn. Gormanto.wn, August 243 days. ty or earnings may con 'Chemfcel: Durham, N. C. Shrereport, La. Nlcholasnille, August 293 days. aider tbat their share In i.- -. Alecandria, Va, tbe upbuilding of their Somerset, August 293 days. Bardstown, August 30 1 days. Paris, September 4 6 days. Monticello, September 5 1 days. t ftftftSftftftAftAAAftAftAftftA-IA-IAJlftAJIftfAlexandria, September 5 5 days. IX 'Mount Olivet, September 5 I days. Ilogonvlllo, September days. Sanders, September 6 1 days. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, September 116 days. Horse Cave, September 20 t days. Mayfleld, September 27 1 days. ii 1 A home city la nil; tbat i 1 VsisVt . A Father's Vengeance. V I tkey have o res poasl II would have faUen on any oae. 'who atblllly aad lack lafluesce. I II tacked the son of Peter Boady of' Sout TfcU Is not true. No naa I ' MANUFACTURED BY Jj 1 I II "J Rookwood, Mich., but be was pqwor-U11 v aj I . caa evade respessleUlty II I II I II I before attacks of Kidney trouset M.Tbepoor maa's 1 I 1 II a ble. "Doctors could not help Jiim," he dollar coatalea ose bm wrote, "so at last we gave bin; Bloc-tri- e dred cents. The dollar ol BKtero and he Aniproml woF.Aor-full- y tbcmlllloaalrebas neither liJlLw from taklu six ibbbtltM. Us the more aor less, aor does It KWwy aiudleine I (jvr awr," bat circulate to better coa Backache Tlrod feeling, NervoueE, rauaal sdvaatsge. SALVES 4? Loss of Ainmtiite, warn of Kktasy trou Thn wur taftn whn annilfl tifa dollar A4l at town tn htiv thlnm r,n tu. ble' tliat may sad la dropsy, iHat4i order house In the great cities evades his rsjenlUllltlM, Just as does the miMtm aire who sends or carries his dollar away to buy goods outside of his owa tJsw or Brlght's dteaaaa, fivwaM: IWca which h might better have bought at lemg. toetrtc Bitters aad Jm safe. Kvwy i Tke Pro4ice Mai The poor man's dollar counts In bulldlag up a town, sad It Is to the poor mm') beMte guaraMttMd. We at all dniaaftits. Interest that he spend bis dollar with his neighbors keeping- It in circulation aiwwul beittl raniid. We at aM drag- town, for evtry dollar In circulation does Its part toward kpmc the poor bli job or getting hla a Utter one or raWeg his wages. w mma iraatfre than UNCLE SAW i n Jut $150,000.00 In One Year trans-contlnant- as-on- o r Don Parti IrCllls lei United States National Bank - gully-washl- Biggest Corn Crops C stock ng can corn, ing larger and with plump,' sound supply By Using de VirginiaCarolina Fertilizers That THE POOR MAN'S DOLLAR AND THE MILLIONAIRE'S 76 85 your con and i and the correct methods planting, fertilizing and interestingly in our FARMERS' YEAR BOOK, your or on your request, postage paid. A f terMi Wimton-SaJem.N.C- il 53 Jones Braadi J PURE ANIMAL MATTER $ A I 1 hfcKTlLlZERS LOUISVILLB, FOR K:Y.BY S m fc Jl Jones Fertilizer Co., I S r W. 13. na wvmmvfwtvwwtvfvrtwwmtf HARTFORD KY. IUIwISl, m au.3t iW'-t'- 1 - Capt. Devan, Famous Life Saver r Is for a Dead. Mr. grat hlghcT hero tiian wihilo. tth as been LET US u PRINT YOUR ' " ? (? S i ' ' v , OARDST, ENVELOPES .NoiiHEADS ?P01t'GARDS , ; BILLHEADS " J ' , " v- s. BLTTERS PROGRAMS LETTER HEADS , . STATEMENT HEADS N ; ' , SHIPPING TAGS LABELS STOCK FORMS t 1 CIRCULARS '- '";; -''? .. BOOKLETS ORDER BLANKS . .- ;. CATALOGUES DEED. BLANKS Mar G. Cant. "BUly'.' Devan, Jn efcarso cf United Hto life saving station on Ohio hero, died to nisht. fletd 69. with a xifxtm of nav" Ing saved. C,000 persons from Prawn ing In tlio Ohio falls since tho stahere thirty established tion was onp yours ago. Ire had received and hundred medals (or bravery many testimonials from" tho government for rescues'. fTho station here Js the only one S'Jate maintained by tho United government on any river. As a volunteer, Oapt Devan and Jaimcs two others In 175 rescued Creolman, war correspondent, then York Ndw correspondent of tho " Herald, and Oliver Doud Byron, tor, and eleven others, whoso yawl wynt to pieces on the fall. It is said that Byron shortly after words took up with the government the establishing of a life saving sta tion on the Falls hero and whon this was done, In 1881, Diqwrn "was put In charge. In 1882 Capt. Dcvan superinitondod the rescue of 106 from tho steamer the on Joa. B. Parker, wrecked Falls. For bravery on this occagave Kentucky sion the state of him a gold modal. Capt Devan has been sick for two yicars, but the Immediate cause of daath was blood poisoning caused by. a scratch. lAMilBvIlle. a-, Noah WIthrow wait to Central Ctty .Friday to attend tho Shaw.. LVTfee Carpenters are nulto busy build jnrsaouvuuM iiuuiras UL ivruuua JKiir ' KH!n3T CAST0R1A For Infants and Children. m o Drake and famllly, of Drakes-ber- o, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Butiock. Mrs. Fannin Unllrrfc la rvn thnnlnk JJMr, . fXlirW LLlLUiiUJ'l Mrs. 10m aimer, who nas - ocn ALCOJIOL 3 PER CENtI & quite sick Is bolder. The Kind You Have Always Bought '".fctiumciiiiuuiiunicrAS-slmllalfnirtcFootTamjRcduta 'Savea Manv From Death. V. L. Mock, of aioqk, Atk., bellcve3 In his 35jj5rears of experience In tlio dTUg business.. "What I always like to do, Dr. "Is to recommend he King's Now Discovery for weak, nore luniss, hard colds hoarseness, obstinate coughs la grippe, croup, asthma or, other bronchial affection, for 1 feel sure that a number of my neigh y 'because: bors are alive and well they otok my advice to ise It I honestly believe its he baft throat and lung medicine that's made easy to. prove he's rght. Gtt a tral buttle free, or regular 60c or $1.00 bottle. m Guaranteed by all druggists. to-da- hejahas saved many lives ting llic S lorachs aMItowis of Bears the Signature of f PromolesDigcstionjChrerfur' ncss and nciow AAU1 Oputni.Morphinc norNiacraL not Narcotic, Aiatitei JUxJana JhxhdttUt- t- JlrcfaefOlJIk&WairnWl iVlY ( ill1 In Use I'W A norfcrt Rpmpdv for Ctmsfitt s MORTGAGE BLANKS .'" by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased (portion of tho ear. There is only one iway to cure deaf ness, and .that Is ,by constitutional remedies. (Deaifness Is caused iby an Deafness Cannot bo Cured. Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable. Let Ub Submit Estimate on Your Next Work. All Work Guaranteed. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN PhonoNo,22 Hartford, Ky. M, I Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed you haverumb ling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It is entirely closed, Deafness Is and unless the inflammation can be taken out anld this tube restored to Its normal condition, hear Inc will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by CatSick headache results from a dlsor- -, arrh, which Is nothing but an inflam ed condition of the mucuous surfaces. dered condition of the stomach, and .. ... it .nf Hlin m iW iu We 'w.111 give One Hundred Dillars can ue cureu uy lU. usu ui uuuict- for any case of Deafness (caused by laln's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Tr m catarrh) that cannot be cuney by It-- For sale by all druggists. Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toltdo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. BUUBEE'S BULBS SUCCEED! ' Take Hall's Family Pills for conni stipation, SPECIAL OFFER: .j. - V.11.I v.. Hh.Ihu. tho-Jesult, A V BU8INE83 HONESTY. Business men should not bo Christians only when they say - their prayers, but all the time. The confidence of the people is necessary for the real success of any business, and the surest way to gain this confidence Is to deal honestly, tell the absoluto truth, hide nothing and convince tho people that they are getting a square deal. Justice is a virtue ' which prompts us to pay what wo owe to our neighbor. It is the foundation stone of social order and of busluess intercourse, for if we did not believe that men had a senBO of Justice we would hnve no conudenos in their integrity, and without this confidence commercial life would be paralyzed. Cardinal Gibbons. Hon , Sour Stomach.Dlarrhoca Worms .Comnlstons.Fcmish-ncsandLoss of Sleep. lacS'uralc Signature or For Over NEW YORK. Thirty Years irarttecd under Exact Copy of Wrapper, Foo CASTORIA rTTTTTTTTTl THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co. (INCORPORATED) ) i BULBS' tf.lt .. . WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE RT COST. A Confederate Veteran Reunion Lit 8, KENTUCKY WUNDEKS. GOOD SNAKE STORY. I (Ellzabathtown Ndws.) Tho news does not, as a rule, publish snake UorkB and it never does unless Bonne good cltizn mrteed for Ms itruthfullness vouches for tnem. Moorman, Wednesday Mr. Charles whos .word Is bond and where he is known, says that 'he and C. C. Smith killed at 'Big Spring one of the largest caw snakes he over saw. The reptile measured over six feet long. After it was killed they noticed the tail of a snake sticking out at Its mouth. One of tiwm put his foot on, the dead cow snake and caught hold of its tail and push out of Its mouth 0, black snake that it had swallowed which was five feet Ions. b ' COUNTY WONDER. (Liberty News.) Mr. Georgss Stapp, who lives on Chleit's Ridge is tho brag Eitout man. nt this rmrt of tho sUate. His faats of strength are not surpassed by anr ordinary man. His sixtieth ulrUuiay was last week and he has never had knuckles lmlled Into the dirt, or met out-lifthis equal. Thirty years ago ho 722 pound fat lady that was the in the circus that came to Liberty. He-hacarried a horse ton steps to a wager and he can easily carry ln wife 200 yards on his his d "hand. He is a extended gmtltsma, weighs about 190 pounds, and looks like an ordinary, man physically, but those who know him well ay his strength Is a wonder. A CASEY ed s 100-pouraw-bo,n- oonjoctuned by some of the older cit 1911. tle Rock, Ark., May 15-1izens of the community that this secirvir .th iLhnvA occasion tne Illinois tion is over the Echo river, known so Cenitral Railroad' Company afters rate well by all who go through Mammoth of $9.10 (for the round trip from Beay Oave. er Dam, Ky., tickets on sale May 1?, i 14, and irvth, 1911, only. Now is the time to get rid of your Final return limit ,to reach original rheumatism. You will lied Chamber starting point not later than May 23, lain's Liniment wonderfully effective 1911, unless an extension of limit is One application will convince you of obtained. its merits. Try it. " For sale by all By deposit of return portion of m druggists ticket .by original purchaser with J. E. Hannesam, Special Agent, 115 Breckenridge County Booming. Center street Little Rock, and pay ment of fee of fifty cents extension The Breekniridgo News says: Did you know that we had in this of return limit may be obtained to county Oolite limestone that is 804-1- 0 reach original starting point not la pure lime? The Webster Stone Com- ter than June 14, 1911. This faro applies for first chus ac pany, of Iiivlngton is fertillzinz the lands and .bring ithem commodations, and tickets sold at old worn-oback to life and service. A farmor In above rate will be accepted la chair Daviess county has alfvady placed cars also in parlor and slesping cars cars tor bis upon .payment of regular tariff charg an order for sixty-fiv- e land. There Is lots of gold in our ed for parlor sleeping oar rates. For furtb :r information call on or hills If we could only see It. telephone, J. B. WILLIAMS, Agent, Beaver Dam, Ky. ut ' trial will make tou a permancut cub- 1 4nma u4lfkMlnn ffrntranlMHl nrvonr tnnn rof nnt(). J m. ' it ItCbelMBttlllUnlM. ' . r. ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN OR BUSINESS nnvvnir i.nnrriiun . TMt TUt Oifclli. frack, JUaaa r aA Puub Bjlb, aVAHks TEED TO riXAPE Mentha this Paper Wrttt&ay ai?ivr 'yik rFrvr.-- . -- iI "rvs:zr:rz.-n.z-( UUlinil P t 1JB i vuutu r 8w. fiiu IT ft 17 " REACH. HiiiMB iwwiiu vibm in .... .i niurn u. wu- -, t.k .ki. r.ti...i i NltjlUIiniii-nwi- n .t.i.u. ...i..v.....m. jjj ( uB4 vwbp i JwllJWMulrM twiyswia . kItUI(h WI sv MDW u vwut tiHtwr. -- ut riaau. i v... . 7CL3Tirsi7 mwm un ( i W. W. Buckbee X5C8 BUCUKE ST. BOCKTOXD, ILL. I E. G. BARRASS. I Manage r. SURE CURE For All Diseases of STOMACH, Livers Kidneys LECTRIC DITTERS Quick Relief and Care for Head ache. Bachacho, DIzxiness, IndlEoMloD. Malaria, etc. The best tonic. Curative Medicine for these dU eases. 50c. Guaranteed "I Suffered Intense Pains in My Left Side." Do you realize I? is better to be safe than sorry, that it is the best policy to lock the stable door before the horse is stolen? Ely's Cream Balm has been tried and not found wanting in thousands of homes all avor the country. It has won a place In tho family medicine closet among .tha reliable household remedies, 'where It la kept at hand for uso In treating cold in tho head just as soon as some member of the household begins the preliminary snee Ing or snuffing. It gives immediate relief and a day of two's treatmunt will put a stop to a cold which might If not checked, bocomo chronic and run lnot a bade ase of catarrh. ?efiti??i?i?i?itt? v Your Office ..a;"- - ????w?i25 ft Stationery M Dr. MUm' Heart Remedy cured Mrs. C. C. Gokcy, of a stubborn case of heart disease, such as thousands arc now suffering with. Read what she says: Heart Remedy 1 had been sunerio? from Uart trouble for orer five veaia. I had ffrowa to weak that- it -- Commercial Forms, Etc. order Have you a good supply on hand, or isn't it about time.to take your next to the printer? EnvelLook, now, and see if it isn't time to get a new supply of Letter Heads, anything, send an order to opes, Statements or Bill Heads, and if you are short on The Republican. If you have used printed matter done'by ue, you naturally will come here when you have need for anything in our line, and there's a reason. If you have never satisfachad The Republiean do the work, suppose you get in the.habit. We do the is ever delivered in a shoddy, careless tory kind of printing and binding. No Job the At The Republican office you get real satisfaction, and pay tio more for you do elsewhere. " work here than by 'phone or drop us A representative will call upon you if you call the .office a card. ,v i "Before I began taking Dr. Milts' SMALLH0US. Mar 4. Mrs. Will Nichols and dau ghter, of Soutli Carrollton, and T. R. Barnard. Hartford Ky., were guaats of the-l.-r mother, Mrs. Sallle Drake and ilr, fend Mrs. Opplo Klttlngor Thursday night and Friday. Mrs. J. II. Addlnetorr and children have returned from a visit o her stoter Mrs. Arvllle Balls of Owens-bor- o Ky. Mr. and Mra Judaon Ashby, of were the guestfl of Mr, J. H Addlngtoo Friday night awl Saturday. Mta Bthel Hunter Is vUWng her stater Mrs. J. C. Dreka, who Is on w stele ltet. Mrs. Jee James has returned) from a paraoto Mr. a&d Mrs !Ii-n- y vMtt o Hooker aad other relatives sear KlHloy. Mr. JWa .Wltbraw to aUeadlng a pro traeed meetiag t Bovtb CarrollotB. Orwa- rtvor is sMll Tlrtsg .tbi w,t Ctm-terto- P" 5: f a FALL IN was Impotaible for we to do thirty aalaotei work In a whole day. (Smith's Grove Times.) Mfered latenie pauwin myieiiMae while Mr. J, R. ScrKner w Last week f nu imuvi wwij. to the foot couldI not deep on ue ten tiac, bbu was building a fence clca tfcrt of brUth that 1 tboufb t foot wuk nvr Y ahle to uke aiuu X iuiH of ike knob he "felt Ws right' bwuiMia. 0 iaewawexoKeHieBi sinking In the ground awLtay lumping dittrcMke tb wmM Vhit he avoided falling into a nolo which pikikitlwi. I had Kwccly takes a caving In. e f the Heart Remtdy be- ws Huwla by the earth tJaaaty odd iere I ee)4 (M a Mied CBaBilR be The bole was found to fW deep and to have water in it. to "William tminials rapidly Ithatmwhen 1 had WoVUa aeoktely ih.. h aim time Mr. term of Um works on the Russel, who WStc C GOKEY, NortMM Vt Mr. H. K Jasw, of the, Hlltview a horse If ye have any of the symptom switkiB. was Blowing wit aaaamuU; wba eoing tbrnbatUt Mn.;Gekey mentMM. it kyvx yetuwelf. bottom the srouad gav way and tie duty to amtect MmW korse aak ia ,tw rosd up to bl Dr. har-v- w . head. Mr. Rusadl r98Ted HwWyWHaW. If the fot Wt-ti- c the Kula. would sot be so TJWO CAVES kaH-bottt- H "',," . HxtRmOj. . pulled ItorWhiid alw brkiaBd itv beta,k. et. fWU to atottt mm or ww '-- la and tt hr fce roa tor, ImA Mb to kjpeft, yew meey k vettKMed. Am your drugsiat. 4tt4 won JWUM MWKAUOB., HWmH, tof & Mi fTh 3 r K - vsm i . i$4fc-- 4 L the worM'a history". The poor imi ost stands very little show under . of these autocrats, who are protected 4r4 nccotdlwt to lw at th Uw people by llfo tenure la ol to(5 from Xtrtfert, Kj.t inittl matur ot th flee. Hla. case must be,.oro bearing no weak pia:s or loop hok through which his Honor; the teamed Jucfeo, C.'M. BARNETT EdlU'ri wit PnprlHttt can thrust his roepfcar orhogoBoutof As Great Keeper of Warn-J. NEY FOSTER court in a Jiffy. "Ifee mhy to Justice dif' to through one of these courts is a pum. Address all communications for the Wor Individual ficult ore The Hartford Republican. especially If a rich nnn or corpora' tlcm is at tho other nd of .the law At Great Council of Red Men-Se- ssion 73CZaCX,X02.7BS. suit and opinions arj rendered and .40. OBft8Tll3fldl .28. points decided Itv a way which no one Ended Wedn'es; Rout 3tlTrr would ever hear of, If Federal Judges day Night. were elected by the people, much less FRIDAY, MAY 12. subjected to the recall. Hartford Republican. T. 1 STRATTBN rtle I s 1 JSELECTED , K t ' Bennett's Scboolhouse. We are authorized to announce Hon Saturday Evening May C. 1911 B.'Dean a candidate for W. Prof. Thos. H. Smith Vice Presto the office of Representative la the next General Assembly of Ken- ident cf Hartford College, delivered tucky, subject to the action of the ona of the mset excellent addresses Republican party. 6n the subject of AgrJculbure in the Common Schools and Organization of Farmers, w have had the opportunity The O'Roar boom goes marching of HstkCins to in a Ions time. on Weeping everything before it Prof. Smith was logical, eloquent Nothing can prevent his nomination and pathetic In his address. His des and election, except death. cription of the fanners sweat and The Democratic Ways and Means well regulated home being ruthk'ss-1- 7 torn Up by the heavy hand of the committee of the House of Represenmoney grabber brought tears to the tatives has determined to place "wool eyes of many. Mr. Smith is certainon the free list. If this Is accomplish ly very strong on the na:ssity of ed It will entirely wipe out the sheep States fanners organizing and sticking toindustry In the United reasons Truely the Aemrican fanner Is pay- gether he gave the finest among farheplay-i- d for close organization ing dearly for the part which ever hoard. We cer In electing a Democratic House of mers we havo tainly wish that every farmer could Representati ves. have heard the speech we should 1e Hon. Greene Garrett, of Clark Coun very glad If Prof. Smith should find ty, was nominated for Railroad Com- It his interest to Temaini in our counmissioner of the Third District at ty. We commend him to any comParis last weak. .Mr Garrett is a munity which desires a splendid ad.splendid specimen of Republicanism dress on Moral, or Educational subaad'well qualified for the position. He jects. aerved in the House of RepresentaWALTONS CREEK. tives at Frankfort come years ago A nomination Is equivalent to an elec May 3. Farmers in this communitiori in that district. ty are behind with their work on acin count of the heavy rains and backFinding nothing else to criticise Judge CReart opening address and waters. Many of them own land in declaration of principles, some of the Rough river bottoms and are deDemocratic newspapers of the state pending on ground now under water for their main corn crop. Are attempting to laugh away the Sunday School at 10 a. m. at Rough effect of his speech upon the people by declaring that he has River school house and prayer serSunday School at promised more than he can carry vice at night out. Well none of your leaders have Walton's Creek church at 3 p. m. Both Sunday Schools are having good as ytat even promised anything. attendance and are doing well In No sooner had the Damocrats car-ri- every way. the Ohio Legslature than It beMr. and Mrs. J. B. Bennett and lit- -' investigate Its came necessary to tie daughter Sudle May visited relamembers for wholesale bribery. It tives at Matanzas Saturday anid Sunis stated that no Its than thirty or day. orty of the Democratic members of A. Ross and family visited Mrs. the Senate and Housj of Representa- Ross's mother Mrs. Altha J. Carter tives will .be indicted for offering or near Matanzas, Friday night. accepting bribes, it will be rememMiss Augusta .Gelger, of .Centertown, bered thatitwastheJXanocratlc mem- was the' gue3t of her uncle, Mr. J. I. bers of the Illinois Legislature who Bennett last .week. vtOre accused of sailing their votes Prof Alex Rhoads, Cromwell was in pto Lorlmer. It looks like the party this community last week. He was f. purely? has gone wiong in several the guest of his sister Mrs. Chris instances. Ashby. ' Mr. J. C. Bennett of Hartford, will The enemies of Senator Bradley have made every effort to dlsaivdit begin' work on a house for Mr. H. R. The house is to be him by claiming that he would at- Bennett quite a nice one. tempt to dictate to the Republicans of Kentucky in their selection of a Mr and Mrs Chris Asliby visited candidate for governor at the com- their aunt Mrs. John Hocker of Sunday. She Is ivery ill. ing State convention.- Xow tluse crlt , ei to-da- y. Mc-Hen- ry - ANNOUNCEMENT. A ) The eighteenth annual Great Council of tho Improved Order cf Red Men cf Kentucky came to a close at tho armory at OwenLlboro evening with a brilliant ball.. The business minting cf .the body closed at 6 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, after tlw elcteion of officers. The featute of the session Woincs- day afternoon was the clectfoni of the officers for tho ensuing term. T810 election began at three o'clock, and was one of the most spirited ever .witness- Wi-d- c L "- bnr Comlibt Hut ScUltaer Mux 'as? . .? T. WADE STRATTTO.V. Atabaska TrllU 256. Great Keeper cf W'amporm. ed at a Great Council, and friendly feeling predominated all through the entire session. Ohio county was signally honored when Past Sachom T. Wadi3 Stratton was elected as Great Keeper of iWam-puThis is one of the most impor tant stumps in the Great Council, all of the finances of the order ibein'g and conducted through this office this officer Is the custodian of the money of the entire State. Mr. Strat- ton put up one of the strongest tights ever conducted by any candidate for any office in this reserva tion, and received vcftes from all sections of Kentucky. His opponent was a member, from one of the Louisville lodges, and had a strong. Influence, but not great enough to out do the mountain and "pennyrlle" tribes, who were represented with large delegations. At the morning, fidislon Wednesday '0U young men may feel that you haye to economize in buying your Spring Clothes; you want the lively styles and smart effects in cut and weave; and you'are apt to be a little careless about quality. There's a lot of cheap stuff that's flashy, suits that are made to sell that won't give satisfaction to the wearer. Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes are the real economy; you get all you want in style and fashion, color and weave; and'the quality of the material out of which it is made keeps it. We give special study to the needs of our customers and we will see to it that you 'get the suit that's right for the price you want fp pay. Hart Schaffner &Jto Clothes $18.00 to $301 Barnes Special Suits $7.50 to $20. We have Shirts, Shoes, Underwear and Neckwear that will appeal to any good dresser. Jcb are discredited by a statement from the Senator to the cf&ct that lJylU take no part whatever In the in the highest contest and .terms of all the candidates. Senator Brandky haa cvrr sought to jt his party - In Kuntuckj In the past and "he Is too old to begin now, especially with the - experience and mature judgment which- he has galne by his long and active .,rvioe for the party . dis-ru- Methodist Services. There will be preaching at Mt. Herman, next Sunday both morning and night Sunday School at 9:20 a. m. ADABURG. April S The rain did great damage at this place. Mrs. Lula Shown and children visit ed Mr. and Mrs, Filmore Gossitt from Saturday until Sunday. Mr. Arthur Rhoads spent Sunday with Mr. W. K. Wrghtt. Mr. Shown lost a fine mule Wednesday night. Mr Rlchaaxl Bray vfcltidd his mother Mrs. Li. C. Bray, at Laffoon, from Saturday .until Sunday . Mr. Alphones Wedding who has Jbnen attending school at Fondsvlllo has returned home. Mrs. Rebecca Wright visited her son Mr. William Wright from Saturday until Morulay. Mr. Retus WesterfJeld "The medi-cln- o Man" came ery near gutting his horses drowned Friday whriq attempting to cross waters on tho Hlnes Mill road. Rey, Cox passed through this place one day last woeik. Mr. William Foreman went to Whitcavllle Wednesday on business. The Wade boys started with their logs to Marktlt Saturday. Mr. James Hamilton spent Sunday afternoon with Air. and Mrs. John E. P. S. A. BRATCHER. Ropr s tod Ohio Tlib 188. 6c Barnes Ky. Bro. Beaver Dam, the Home of Hart Schaffner & This- - Store is Marx Clothes. . .' r J Mr. Brou.sard, Representat've. In Congress from Louisiana, has .introduced a resolution to appolu.t a. special committee of three Senators and four Reprwnitatlves to examine the laws and departmental resolutions gov erning the methods of appointing diplomats and consuls. Tho resolution carries $25,000 for expences and em powers tlie committee to hold sessions in foreign countries. Evteryone knows that this is for the purpose of a foreign Junket for the commljeeH, their wicnea and daughters at tho expense jet tho government. There will no 4ioubt be other Junkets proposed before the extra session is aver and the Democrats who are now in power -will probably demonstrate, in spite --of their (professions of honesty and oonemy, that they can get quite us wiuch on tho sLdo from the government In the way of plums and pork Why as their Republican brethren. sot pass an outright Rjproprkvtion Ued tho "Foreign Traveler's Bill?" Davie. soeane to bo a disposition In esse quarters' among tho so called Progressives, who' are advocating tho cecaJl to eliminate the judiciary f r6m Its japqratton. The only reason we could jp$L tho consent of our mind to fa-v- There er If this meame' Is for 'th'teffoet It Wheat Growert Notice. wild have upon theQourtsof Justice elaily upoa Federal 'Judges, The Wheat Grewero of QhioJ County aaA jrfier they are made' elective, ,Ttae Fod- - will have- a call ineMag at the court beaoa has beexsae the most ty- - house la Hartford at 1 o'clock May ua4r ttotsra'eoadltlons with 13. A good atiUtwfcgufeJs requested. wealth In T. H. JM&UAIN(.Cb'm,a,J JLs Bfea'JK8-prt-e It was voted to hold the next Great Council at Boiling Grtpn. Lexington, Louisville and Frankfort Invited tlie Great Council to meet with thefln but it was only .by a vote that the place of meeting was decided upon. The several hundred delegates iwere highly entiertaiiied wttillo In Owensboro and many regretted to loam Those from Ohio Tribe, of this city, who attended were Representative S. A. Bralcher, Ellis Foster, J. Ney Foster, Leslie Hoover, Sam Riley, Walter Campbell and Jeff Watterson. Tho officers elected were as follows: William A. Crader, of Louisville, great sachem. Robert Crowe, of La Grange, great senior sagamone. Charles Davis, of Barbourvillo, great junior sagamore. H. J. Northcutt, of Covington, great prophet and great repressni'atlve to the great council. F. L. Smith, ot Lexington, great ., chief ot records.' T, Wade StrMton, ot Cromwell, Mr. Thunnan Pattan awl family groat keeper of wampum. visited hia brother, Mr. Clarence Pat-to- n H. V. Cohn, ot Louisville, who for from Saturday until Sunday. fivo years has .been great keeper of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taylor of Ralph, spent Sunday with bU son Mr, Dodo wampum, was created a past saeb'efla. A, Englehanl of Louisville, was Taylor. elected to the office of great b1s-hlnemwa , Hoi evening at 3:30 o'clock. Hubert Iwas nine of McHcnry against Central City, between "tho ages of 1C and 18 years, score six to four in favor of McIIenry being ithe Eon of Jtr. George Chlnn, Second nlnia against Old Hickory score who has lived at Mallenry for sever- five to ten in favor of Old Hickory, ' al years. Mr. Dick Tier and air. S. H. Halves Excursion Rates. U. C. V. Reunion Little Rock (Ark., have bought the Render restaurant adjoining Mr, Dunna barber shop. May 15th to 18th. For the Above ocWe new havie thnse restaurants and casion, the L. N., will sell round trip tickets $19.15 dates of sale May cold drink stands in our Httki city, Mcllenpy la coming to the front In 13th and 15th. the way of business.. There are two Final limit of tickets All tickets more bar.U.rshopa new being built, will be limited to reach original start dwelling houses going up ing point returning, not later than several ateo another livery stable which will midnight ot May 23rd, 1911, unless and extended at Little Rock, by deposit be run by Mr. Thomas Jones ing ticket with J. B. Hennega spe Frank Crane. 'MJm Edith Dcno iwiho has typhoid cial agent, with a fee of fifty enta before May 23rd., ticket will be exfever is worso at thla writing. tended to final limit to and includMr. Roy Stevens and twite vldKed ing Hth-191and ono dual ring frigate and relative) at Williams to June attend this Reunion, will please Mines Saturday and. Sunday. adylae me three days before 'date of Mr. Robert Waltland, an) (wife from going so as to secure tickets. the country arte staying with his sis40tt H, E. .MHCHkE, Agt ter. 3dra. Blackburn during the elckr nesa of her little daughter. Notice to Crtfiters. "" 31r. Tom Gates, Lee Chlnn, Jkn Ren Creditors of the Ohio County der and Ketil McConnell were in Cen- IBank will please coma forward, and tral City Saturday nigh. seme tear indebted!!, u i y Mr, 8. E. Dnqwn weatfao, his coun- purpose and the desire W averybedy to-dtry home on business. connected 'wMJb the .basic to have Mr. Tom and El WraUrt. of Cool declared-te-th- e deveelters as Mchenry. Spring were la town last wade, speedily as possible This cannot be May 10. Mr, Hubert Chlnn of thta Mr. George Thomas of this place Is doae ualesa ' creditors ef the bask place d4ed last' Saturday night at Jn.NfWi York, wlH assist by Jueetleg tfeelr 9:30 o'clock with cancer. . .- . Tbere were two Hwntttae gana of He waa , buried at the Fisher grave yard 0M&--' baseball played bea..y(tetay- - First 1. ' ay dlv-ldea- da efcll-gailo- r fr .Qnart 1 VALUES VISIT OUR k, 10c, 15c Counter tinu-stiall- Yoti willlftrid y attractive goods for so small a pric. S our-neli M f Blue. " Enamel War. " . , . m We will A. VUlt 3 S--- ' W W you buy or mot. u? u-- Hartford Grocery fit ' & J v.v.j... ti'S Mu-mm- ' i, . 'tvi$JKimtokk 'V iTjtA m I FAI R'S EXCLUSIVE J STYLES! I W S5. MSMttW Jj We IMIF i n. & f K- JE g'.over our immense sale of Ladies' and Men's 8 Oxfords. Although the weather has been our steady sale of J cool and unsettled,showing that folksthese who goods go on, thus J&care for style and value, know where to g' make their purchases. fj n WUIU dUUUl uui rauiumii uiium " style Ladies. There is Jrthem that are notsnap and other about lines. found in like them for it; fit J Then the wear none 55 the foot PERFECTLY and HOLD the Jj SHAPE. Twenty years' experience with our Priesmier line, for a cheaper graae J? shoe, gives us an opportunity to KNOW SOMETHING, so we can say that WE POSI- TIVELY KNOW they will wear. A new pair 2 if they do not. BE WISE, examine our Shoe stock before buying and remember it pays hnncA that saves VOU 4rari r,h money. certainly feel very much gratified j fc j & jj oj g Jf you want a barrel of First class in 0siw-bor- o Flour see U. S. Carson. 39tf. of tho Dr. E. B. P Edkton" feft WminvaJay . nowan, of Htllln, 'was Mr. A. morning for Mp.yavlllo, Ky., where h' a caller ywswiway at uus exneo . the annual convention cf iMr. Paul B. Woodward, of Houston Texas, Is the guest of his father and the Knigi'its ut the !MRCcall-- s of mother, Air. and Mrs. W. T. Wood-wanMrs. Halli Drawn was the- gu t of Mr, Ira Item nan rvursl from an Mrs. J. II. Lojd, of FsnltftlUe, last ! extensive trip In the Western. suilija Friday ar.d attended the Commence- In the IntorciiRo f tho Kentucky Cloth- mnt ex rrlfcs of tho Fondsvllle High School that ing Co. Do not rnlTe the Dig Soiling Out Spring and Summer samples of Dross Ready Made Dresses, (Trim- Saleby going to the wrong place. Goods, Remember wo aro next door to the mings, etc., now on display. FOSTER. Bank of Hnrtford. Main ntivnt. 3Stf MRS..L. B. ' J. ROSENBLATT. 41ti Samuel, the young son of Mr. and Just received a oar of Clover and Mrs, W. F. Schapmiro who haa been Timothy Hay, mixed, first claw. Also Quito ill several weeks of W. E. ELLJS. sm is no better.- S a car of corn. The Produce Man, FOR SALE, FARMSAlfslzcs, from 41t4 Hartford Ky. 6 to 300 acres. We can please you Floral oesign door of F. Walker if you want to buy land. andvCo., of Louisville, and can fir-nit- li A. C. YBISER & CO., floral designs for funerals and Ky. Hartford, 41tf special occasions. Z. Wayne Oritfln will return Airs. E. T. WILLIAMS. tomorrow from a weeks visit in. ' 3Cti HnrtJord, Ky. Louisville, and also from Attendance woman is ooinpt'ucint to manage No at tho State Convention of the Ladles the home flnaiices in the&e days, unof tho Maccabees, at Ashland, Ky. Leave your Laundry at Cleve ller's less she "knows .aluis" and thus grocery. Work guaranteed and prompt THE REPUBLICAN'S Advertisements to MAflTTER Agent for Madlsonvllle came to be NEWS delivery. housdwivos . Laundry. Madlsonvllle Ice & Steam undry Company, Incorporated, tf Mrs. James II. Williams returndj yesteruay from owrm&noro, wnero sue The Ohio County Farmer's tele phono company has ruccivid th attended the marriage of Miss Ella Atherton Leaman poles for their Hartford lines an Bell and Mr. polei Mlse Bill is th& daugbtiar of Mr. work will soon begin placing tho who formerly realdud in nd lino and switch board In Hail MIhb WJllye Smith the fir m d. i wismmmamrmmmtemmmmmmgmmmammKmmmmmmmmammm I RoserkfolaLtt's 031 0- rh.-uma- SELLING OUT SALE . Going to Quit Business! Entire new $10,000 stock to be sold at 50 cents on the dollar. thrlft-praotlcl- ng SALE BEGAN An-dro- w Ek-- i this city. Monday, Mayl, AND LASTS & t J g jj g ik Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, MAY 12. jQ IStfvSv5 ? 0 i Newest things Nclthn-oar in Ladles' acid at Barnard &Co'e. Bselts 42tf Wanted at once a saleslady. AT?ply at the Ky. New York Store, Hartford, 42tf. IlllnoIoContralRallroad-Tlm- o Table. t. At Beaver Dam ky. Ho.lS2du :05 am. No.lSMue12.S8p,m. Ask for Colgate's Tinted Talcum Just Powder at Barnard & Go's. put. 42tit NorlliHouud. J. W. Ford's Meal and Flour always to be bad at Moore & Son's 42t2 Meat Marjtet. H. & E. Railroad Time Table M. Window Shades that are diffleront? any at Hartford, Ky. Barnard & Co. Hand-mad42tf. effective Sunday Dec. length Or width. Time table 4th, contains the following schedules: Miss Fannye iWhlttlnghlll returnNo. 112 North Bound due 7:29 a. m. ed (Monday afternoon, from a visit of dally except Sunday. saveral days with her parents. No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. Mr. L. P. Foreman is attending dally except Sunday. m. tha Grand Lodge of MacoaAxws at May Nov 115 South Bound due 8:55 ft. vIUh as a repryrsentatiw of the local dally except Sunday. m.- tent. No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p dally except Sunday. Don't fail, to try a sack of Gold H. E. MISCHKE Agt. Medal Flour, guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. Ho.l03dne3:p.m. e, - No. 121 dnll.S5a.m. No. 101 due 2.4Sp. m. No. Ill dni8 65?. m bvnlli Bound. Young man ,"Frat" Clothing nover Only at Barnard & disappoints. 42tt Co's. tied up nice ly in large bundle for sale at The Republican olfioe. Just the thing for Spring Cleaning and many other purposes, tt Two handsome presents, each val- used at 16 will be given away abso lutely free by the Ohio County Drug Co. Griffin's old stand. For every dollar's worth of coods boucht vow 40tf. get a chance. U a merchant for any reason, 1 selling an article from 10c to a dol lar less than it can be bought for else where In town, he has, In that fact, tho material for a WINNING advertisament. we omitted In our Issue last the names of Messrs. John H. Barnes and John. King, of Beaver Dam, and Judge R. R. Wedding, of this city, among those who attended court at Owensboro last week. Messrs. Leslie Hoorvvr, Ellis Foster, S. A. Bratcher, J. Ny Fearer, Sam RlWy, Walter Campbell, D. Ham Barnes and M. B. Barnard were in Owcouncil ensboro attending the x of tho Improved Order of R&d IMen this week. WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY: Able- -' bodied unmarried men between ages of 18 and 35; citizens of United States of good character and temperate haTi-It- s, who can speak read and write tho English language. For Information apply to Recruiting Officer, Main 28tf. street, Beaver Dam, Ky. OLD NEWSPAPERS gr-ea- t Next Monday evening will mark th beginning of tho Commencement at West Kentucky Seminary at Btaver Dam, and wiUend Friday evening when the Senior ClaEis will be graduated, and an Alumni "banquet' will follow for mombeTs of tho faculty and the Alumni association . Dinner Set An elegant Chamber Stt or a handsome given bo eaoh worth $G will away free by the Ohio County Drug Co. Save your tickets on small purWhen you get a dollar's chases. worth you got a guess free at these valuable prizes. Try your luck.," 40tf. ce ce ErnK-isBrown, oit Echols, Ky, t brought to this office Monday a remarkable curiosity which was an within an egg. The eggs. ws laid by one of Mr. Brown's bens, and his wife was the first to detect the freak egg.-- (Both eggs were perfctly formed. The.follawlng marruage HoenMi-- hajv'e. been'issudd from County Clerk Tins- ley's office since our last Issue. R. F. McKenney, 33, to Nira Rowe, 32, both cf Centertown, J. L. Shultz, 48, to Josie Boots, 2S, both of iJeaver ,m .... Ill v e f;.i on IIUIIOIIH .LMJK, .. VJ. .VWUUt'H, OU iirl.f. Klorenoe Renfrow, 30, of Renfrew, Among trosle who Will attnd the Annual Southern Baptist Convention wheh meets at Jacksonville, Florida, nest we-'- are the folllowlng prominent' Ohio County people: Rpv. J. Hartford, W. Bruner, Mr. J. C. Ril-Revs, A. B. Gardner, G. H. Lawrence and Birch Shields, Beaver Dam. The lecture at the Court house Friday ' night by Dr. J. W. Porter, of Lexington, under the auspices of the BaroCa class of the Hartford Baptist church was a very enjoyable affair. Dr. Porte'P'is a speaker of splendid- ability and'h'as the power to eatiWain to the highest "degree through wit, fun and pathos- - The people of Hartford do not often have an opportunity to enjoy such a treat. The case of Herbert King for breach of peace was tried before a jury In Judge Crowe's court last Jlon-- ! day. This was the third trial and Ttulted in a hung jury as did also I thj other two trials. It is not known Avhen the fourth trial will take place. Eighteen jurors have sat In tho three tiials and twelve of the eighteen have No been In favor of acquittal. evidence --has ever been Introduced against tho defendant, who strong ly maintains his innocence. Th- - case grows out of the egg throwing which took place. here at thu t'me of the match basket ball team between Hart fmvl and iteaver Dam. on March 1th last. Mr, THIRTY DAYS. All goods going at sacrifice prices! Better come We NOW! are next door to Bank of Hartford 'M " Rosenblactt's, The Store 'Hud Satisfies, y, HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY. SATISFACTION C3 reHlr&arajv I v--' J Iflpf t'i i&SkW&$?; m C3 t'Trri r au K!i f dl-ri- ot ! I Wlm 1 mWm.. W " I ., Notice. Mr. oil Amos R. Carson haa from lioulaville. reSturn- - 42t2 W. iH. MOORE & SON. Don't forget Rosenblatt's gifts Monday, May 1. Oanbon typewrite Sale sala be-41- tf. The local lodge of Woodmen, of tho World will hAve their Wg supper tomorrow night. A big attendance Is expected. wonderful how they Wonderhose wear. Cost no more than the ones that do not. BARNARD & CO. 42tf papr for at The Republican office. 34tf. r If r Mr. Byron' Barnes, of the firm of Flowers and Flower Pots for sole by E. P. Barnes & Bros..- Beaver Dam, B. T. Williams, Hartford, Ky. 36tf. was a' pleasant caller at the Republican't afford to miss lloeen- - can office, Tuesday. You 41tf blatt's Big Selling-Out-Sal"We nave Just receivud anottoe'r iborArmcndt, east. Hartford, relof Jumbo Pickles. Also fresh supMm. Albert Is very 111 and not expected to re- ply Premium Cup Coffee. W. H. MOORE & SON. 4t2 cover. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Woodward are Alayor James H. Williams, who has lfl able to be at Dawson Springs where they have 111 for a few days been gone for the .benefit of Mrs, Wood-wand- 's out again. health. Last reporte indicate ReHMMber you get new that she 1 Improving. at RoMqIflatt'B during thle. " Bis'VelllagOut-flale- . Swvreal'of the mumbers of Rough River Lodge No. lb, Knlhte of Dr. II. J( Bell returned Monday af- -' Pythias, are planning to attend the be temooa fTom Louisville, Fifth XMstrlct Convention that meets wMfa frteafc. gpeat a fw dg at OrauBebero on Friday May 26. i to buy Dedleotton of State'' Normal (Sobool Tke Cfcapt Ptoce f Building at Bowling Green Ky., May Th OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY C0. 6th; 1911. For thlaoeoasioa the Louis? HarOerd, Ky, SHf vllle & NaAvdlle R R. will fAl roua yusmt trip tiekets for eea aad-onthlnl fare 3f OTOR 8ALB Towa proprtr, $3.52 for thte road trip dates of sale wtlllnctoUi ettaeJ Rd Jtay 4tb, llokvts UsUed May th. ?, . A.. C. ,YBI8BR A. UO., . i s H;. B.'i M1SCKKB, Agt Hertford, Ky, AW e. up-to-d-ate Pure. Underwood Lard. None bet-tu- r. 3tf. Call on U. S. Carson. An unusually large vote was polled election held trustee here list Saturday, resulting in the election cf Dr. J. W. Taylor mid Mr. Frank Lowe for a ptirfod of three yeais in the plaai of Judge J. S. Glenn and Hon CM . Crowe. Quite a number of gentlemen .were oted for but Mr. Lowe and Dr. Taylor receivJurymen Notice. ed 56 voties each and far out disAll persons, who have Berved on the new board tanced all Juries in Ohio Circuit Court at the will bo organized Slarch nnd May terms, 1910, who have Dr. E. W, Patterson, of Roches- not been paid, will please, send their ter, Ky., was mingling with friends claims to me at once and they wlH In this city Thursday afternoon. He ba promptly settled. wtaa on his way to Louisville, where R. T. COLLINS, he attended tho twelfth annual conTrustee Jury Fund. vention of the Kentucky Osteopathic Lost. Association, which was in session Friday and Saturday. Dr. Patterson, One heavy log chain between Hartwho was formerly vice president of ford, . and V. G. Darnetts. Findk-Hartford Collage, Is one of the! will please witurn ito this office or lng niunibars of (hpODSbclatlon and Is to B. S, CbatnberllD, No Crwek. a member of the exqouUve Iboand of In the school comr-etltoa-r claims against the eitate of the late W. L. Brown are lursby notified to present th on properly proven to ima In Hartforu, Ky.,oioribcfore July 1, 1911, orihoy will be harred. Also all person indebted to eald estate will be od to make payment at an early date to save cost 43t4 H. E. BROWN, Admr. All tfSrsons having THOMAS MONUMENTAL WORKS HARTFORD. KY. Real Estate For Sale. l - 1 9 tbW(! ,. r fts Vwo-tw- y - ' ThereTEv been tieat to this office some limbs from the trees that Avero Jo the hall a'.orm la the PurtwllBo neighborhood a fow. days ao, mention of which was made In tlKfce Bnq.'Mllee. The limbs look as If a rabbit has Jieen eaMng hm, so' terrific was acre) of the hall storm.; tUober land. wtriid of every leaf du'rlag the storm, and such a Wight wm Befvwbforw 'wltewtnod' gev-ttf&l by'ru&l-deatsOf-thtee'i- ..J HUNDREDS ARE jREADINGTHIS. ' , BE 'THEVERYSAME By order of the Ohio Circuit Court, as astho undorslgred Is signee of the Ohio County Bank to receive written bids from such parties as deelre to become tLe purcliasers of any of the bank's re.nl ela'e and report same to tho Circuit Judge at the June 1911 term of the said court. I have in my hands for sale the following described real estate: Onn two story brick building ana ' basement on eorter of Jiain ana cen- , u. vim, ver aireeui, iu it...(..i "i -- v StlttClH. . now occupied by Barnard A Company t All written .bids aro.reeulrfd to be J, R. as dry goods store and by Dr handed in on- - or beforu Slonday, the Pintle, as denial office and the eame 12th dny of June, 19U the flrstJ(day in which the Ohio County Bank's of the Ohio Circuit Court. . counting room Is located. ' .AJ2. PATE, About yjree acres frf ground In 42tf Assignee Ohio County Baak Hartford, Ky., on Wet side of M. H. s - niui, .., by w.e- in or.v fcawtt bcfoie diy't-dthe M. H, & B. R. R. About 3 aore-- of town lis centraln, ly located In the town ef Ohio County Kentucky. Onti tract cf land coatulning 50 acrs more or ktw n.or llorton, OhU Couiuy, Kentucky, Kisno known as the C. A. Edwards farm. About 13 acres of ground in Hartford, Ohio County, Ky., on North 6id of Foreman- street or Lcltchflcld road, lying between L. P. tVuvman's resl- l"nce and tho lot of J. W. Ford on the corner of Union. iul Foreman IF YOUR OWN . ADVERTISEMENT WERE HERE. - r&rlff In ftnil rtn man streets or LekchfleM road. o ftVI-M- - .' - ' " letMTfl IkkOTSeT KW. The party who borrowed my dehor- About 3 aerefl f ground sMe-c- f M. II. & per'pleafcnretunrafonce, ford. Ky.. oa "" WAYNE-STBVENI-OrlKla and. Fore- - J, ' . R., E. R. fermwrly 'IIU" n wab stnetto, Nc. 2 ad 3' la-Ha- rt- ct " J Knott, Official Call for Republican State Knox Convention. . IU t To tfc IxmteviUe, Ky., April rtejrofolfcan Electors of Kn- 1, 1911. Wittv-it- Laruo Laurel Leo ..i ,,frf . r, ft,),, .1 .... jJ.I gcrvt-Ttdn- 1 r '. Montgomery Convention Morgan Tho delegates to eald 31 V. .. shall be selected by County Conven- Muhlenbufg in Nelson tions to bo held in the County Seat "......11 each county at 1:30 o'clock p. . Bton Nicholas .... " ....33 ard time on Saturday July, 8, 1911, Ohio except in tho Counties of Ball, Boyd Oldham 7 Campbell and Kenton, In which Coun- Owen 12 held Owsley ties said Conventions shall he 12 da the cities of Mlddlesboro, Ashland Pendleton I3 Newport and Covington, respectively; Perry 35 county of Jefferson Pike ..and except in the 7 LoulsvlHe, where tie de- Powell "and City of 7 shjall Pulaski legates to said State Convenlton v " ... during the Robertson p selected on July 8, 1911 ' Al same hour, In the same manner, and Rockcastle 1 mi ! tinder the SMno method, rule and pro- Rowan 13 the slectlon Russell " visions, as were used in i8 delegates to the Republican Con- Scott of 1S :,vention held in Louisville, Kentucky Shelby J ' is! May 18th, 1909. The County Exe- Simpson on c cutive Committee of Jefferson County Snencer 12 .r, .. canvassing tho re- Taylor shall at once after I6 turns from the otlng places, make Todd 14 to the Chair- Trigg '..l. up certify and deliver 13 '.. man of the State Central Committee, Trimble 29 .;.. v. and post-offi- Warren a list containing the names I5 '.. addresses of tho delegates se- Washington 19 lected in Louisville, and Jefferson Wayne IS . this call to attend said Webster County, under Whitley State Convention. s Tie form of voting, sae in Louis- Wolf 14 ville and Jefferson County, in the Woodford County Mass Conventions on all ques236 Number of Delegates tions, shall be viva loce. 1179 Tie County Executive Committees Necessary ito choice Respectfully, give not less than 10 dajs" no hall , ALV1S S. BENNETT, tice of tho time, the particular place State Secretary, building where said County Conor ROBERT H. WINN, ventions shall be held, and the manState Chairman. delegates, by newspaner of Belectlns per publicaitlon or by notice posted In consplctous places In each vct'.ing precinct of the County. for One delegate shall be Tor Infants and Children. ;vch 100 votes or fraction thereof cast for the The Kind You Have Always Bought amounting to 50 or over Republican electors In each county Bears at the Presidential election in 1908, Signature delegates to said State tie number of Convention apportioned upder said ba Is there anyhtlng in all this world sis to each of the various counties of Kentucky, being as follows: tlmt is of more Importance to you 19 than good dlges'Jon? Food must be Adair 19 eaten to sustain lifts and must be ....... Allen 1 digested and converted Into blood. Andiereon 7 When the .... ' .Ballard diction falls the whole 23 body suitors. Chamberlain's Tablets 'Barren....'. ' v15 ana a rational and reliable cure for Bath 2S Indigestion. They increase the flow Belli'.... :. c of bile, purify the blood, Strengthen Boone "3 tha stomach, and tone up tho whole BouTiDcn -- 9 dlsgestlve apparatus to a natural and Boyd 15 healthy action. For sate by all drugBoyJe tn gists, Bracken 1911. Jb flooondance with establish! and in 'obedience to the ruls tho n?jiuWlcan OrganizaKentucky, the Republican tion of State Central Conimltteo o( Kentucky aow directs that a Stats Convention of delegated representatives ot the Re nublloan inrty of Kentucky, bo held In tho City of Louisville, Kentucky, tt 12:30 p. m., standard time, on. Tues day, tho 11th day of July, 1911, tor tbo purpose of nominating candidates for Gonrernor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Auditor, Treasurer, Secretary of State, Superintendent of PaiWIc Instruction, Commissioner of Agriculture, Labor and Statistics, and Clerk of the Court of Appeals, to be .voted for at tho November election, s Leslie ......... Letcher bawls Lincoln Livingston Logan Lyo Madison Magoffin Marion .. Marshall Martin Mason MoCracken McLean Meade . MeneCco t....J ,.. ..6 thence with mM ifcrtwrt Ane 100 A Reliable .2S feet NortA to a flmm' North Remedy tf Center-tow- n .10 100 f eet to a take ie bM and Hartford row; Mmmio East Ely's CrunBili .26 Qo.nvoy-o- d 15 feet to the begtanlaok Give RHH l Once. to S. W. Rpwe by L.'c. Morton, ,....12 ltplAB, soothe, 29, oo4c Deed 14 January 13, 1899, heals and protect Directory F. Blrkhmd, Orcutt Cetirt-- T. Ben D. rtlnBO. Attorneyi W. P. Mldklff, L. FeJailer B. Q. BarrAse, Clerkj lix, MaetT CemmMwer; It. T. Colltea, porsBSoirji&, C, M, BAimtTT Jse: 0. E.BHtTI r. Trurtw Jury Fund; '""12 page 25 19 "19 23 ni.....J 8 ..'"....,.' ,.J ". ,, .j- - 16 ,. '. j. ..13 10 21 Lon Bteck Oswt Mnvenes ftrrt three 2. Beginning at a In Ffcnry tmd continue line nwny a'Cold ia the weekHi tWrt MeWiy hi April, two weeks Morton's line j thonee eecontl Monday In June, three weeks; ion fnnt. to a etotw: 'tiMrtM Bast 75 Head quickly. Ite. A third Monday In October two week. lfv,. in a alAnof Ihptimn NnrUi 1drt stares tho Senses of 11. Wedding. Judge; County Court.-- n, Tnsto and Smell. Full size CO ct., at DrugAtfeet to toa stone; thenco West gist or by mail. In liquid form, 75 cents. W. S. TlnWey, Clerk, C. K.Bmlth, Conveyed to S. W. Uf Brothers, 6G Warren Street, New Tork. torney, Hartford. Court convenes the beginning. Monday In each jsenth. 13, Rowo by L. C. Morton, on Quarterly Quarterly Court-Beg- lna 1899. As shown by deed of record fourth Monday In February, May, the In Obio Count y Clerk's oNtee, deed August and November. nes JirBt Tuesbook 29 pago 640. Court of day in January and Xlr.t Tuesday Men-da- 640. the diseased memb4om 1b L. C. brane resulting from Catarrh and drives Harttort. T. II. Black. 8hr-Jf- f, Deputle-- 8. O. Keown an y Attorneys at Law, Will iarnett & smith, 4 wtnhte fft nAT FEVEl mwifTm Jaury rt courts of Ohio and adjoining eei W tlea and Court of Appeals. Sp il mU tentlen given to all btlstne ei.trusfe4 to their eare. Collections ariu the Practice of Criminal and Iteaf Betate Law Specialties. lng. Office - KT. practice their prefeetn in all th HARTFORD, is Republican bu(M s(l ......13 9 , .":... .5 4 Mercer Metcolf Monroo . f ,. I 19 13 " .! "6 The abovo described lo& ?wlll be sold separately and then as a wiiolo The method by which the most money is realized 'will be acoeptad. I wll also offer the- foHowing desSucceed when everything else fails. ., cribed proterty for sale. Ia nervosa prostration find female weaknesses they fire the supreme A lot in Contertown, Ohio .Oountj', remedy, as thousands have testified. Kentucky on the corner of Fourth and FOR KIDNEY.LIVER AND Gum Stroo.s, fronting- 150 'feet on STOMACH TROUBLE Gum Fourth Street and k k the best medicine ever M Street, and bolbg the same , conveyed over a druggist's counter. to U, S. Faught iby J, LV" Smith, U , al., and not recorded. All of said property wrUjte pold t fnoe of llena. Any valid samo will be tranferred ttnthe proBackbee's "Full ot Life" Northern Grown ol reputation of ceeds of the sale. All salts wllj be Pedigreed Sds have a behind them. 38 years to It pays successful seed growing hand. best. riant the for cash in Seasonable Specialties- G. B. LIKENS, 'TrtJstce. 42t4 Hems-'agalris- Operation Thought Inevitable. In ft tetter ;tropi this tye':''! was place, Mary Kilman, confined a my bed foe three month 3, with (womanly troubles and" dunng agony. this time suffered untold said an operation wias ineThe doctor vitable. I tried Cardui. (Now I am well, and able to do a great pant of my work." Thousands of ladles have testified to the benefit obtained from ts Cardui, the woman's tonic. It unnecessary (womanly ipalnsand builds up womanly strength. It is a Try it. true tonic. It will help 1 Ferris, Tex .- v pro-ven- ce ..':.'. you. B-- 9 Starts Much .Trouble. If all people know that neglect of constipation would result in severe indigestion yellow jaundice or virulent liver trouble they would soon take Dr. King's Now Life Pills, and end it. Its the only safe way. Best for (biliousness, headache, dyspepsia, chills and dtlblUty. 25c at add druggists, m nerr' County orflceW-- C. 8. Morfey, rordsvllle, Ky., It. F. D. Surveyor, Han-forNo. 2; Bernard Felix .Assessor, Leach, ky., It. F. D. No. 2; Henry Dr. A. D. Hartford; Superintendent, Itliey, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday af-tafter 3rd Monday In March. Tuesdayafter 3rd Monday In June. Tuesday Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September, 3rd Monday In December. O. E. Scott. Cromwell, Wednesday afte 3rd Monday In March, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December. Friday John 11. Miles, Ilockport, Friday after after 3rd Monday In Mareh, 3rd Monday in June, Friday after 3rd Monday In September, Friday after 3rd Monday In December. .t. r. jAckuin- - centertown. Saturday after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday af ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday after 3rd juonaay in tsepiemDer, eaiuruuy niter 3rd Monday In December. M. C. Cook, Renfrow, Tuseday after BEANS . . Earliest Red Valentine Siio Bushel 2nd Monday In February, Tuesday after . . I3 35 Bushel Refugee Extra Early 2nd Monday in May, Tuesday alter sra New strlngless Green Pod . jj 70 Bushel Monday in August, Tuesday after 2nd Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax U 50 Bushel Monday In November. , 475 ousnci Davis New White Wax Thomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday jo uusnei Cume's Rust Proof Wax after the second Monday In February, 1 PEAS."T ix.M Bushel Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May, . t?v,m T?arlir Alflilcn Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August, 4s ;o Bushel New Early Gradus Wednesday after 2nd Monday In NovemlTnnfnrri' MarVrt Garden . It v Bushel Buckbee's Lightning Express $5 00 Bushel , ber. V. Miles, Fordsvllle, Thursday C. after Lettuce, RadUh. Tomato and a full line 2,, Monday fn February, Thursday after Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing pricey 2nd Wonday ,n May Thursday after Send for complete catalogue or subnet a 3rd Mondaln AugusV, Thursday after 2nd Monday In November. Mnev J- - L- - Patton' RalPh. Frlday 2nd Write todiv MentEnThElr Monday In February, Friday after 2nd Friday after 3rd Mon- Monday In May, Ai day Jn August, rlday after 2nd Mon- wuo dscsdm SI., aetsiera acru rtimt, uajr ia tvovemoei. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe, Judge; O. B. Llkens.CIty Attorney; Sara Riley, Marshal; Court convenes second Monday In each month. City Councll-- J. H. WUUams, Mayor; R. T. Collins, Clerk; S. K. Cox, Treasurer. Members of Council, T. R. Barnard, W. J. Bean, W. M. Pair, Pen Taylor, VT. B. Bills, E. P. Moore, School Trustees J. S. Glenn, chairman; V. S. Tlnsley, Secretary, C. M. Barnett, C. M. Crowe and Dr. E. B. Pendleton. d, er Electric Bitters SEEDS .... Claims-Conve- Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, FRANK L.FELIX, - KY. " I Will practice his profession In Oht and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Col lections a Specialty. Office In the Her .u uu,luUf. 4- - ,v. YATiCYL.MOSLEY, Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, V and in the Court ot Appeals. Also Notary Public Office over First National ) Bank. JOHN B. WILSON CHA8. M.CBOWB WILSON & CROWE id LAWYRRS HARTFORD, - KY. ' yo?T U rla iSi5S2tav? ffi Rf:KREE kiuii, TRY THE ner Will practice their profession fa all the courts of Ohio and adjoining oourx ties, and in the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections. Of floe oa Main St, opposite Court House. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. All Matters Given Prompt AttenPENSION AFFIDAVITS A tion. SPECIALTY. OTTO C. MARTIN H. REPUBLICAN Ohio County JOB WORK WE DO THE SATISFACTORY KIND RELIGIOUS SERVICEa M. E. Church South Services monrlng and evening every first and third Sunday in each month. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. Rev. Virgil Elgin Pastor. Baptist Church Services every Sunday morning and evening. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every 'Wednesday evening. Rev. J. W. 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AtrUlwUl' IU New make you oar Mmanesl customer. SIMM r U tb WrMe I TMl. Tmir t splendid . O.U., s beM Kll. UMW.1,11 lg M.l.l TKT1.,la Ul eoABAirreeit Ye plkakk. ralkrtla ufcmtTrtistu.l hiimmi , u undst t..-- , county. C. Allen. Henry county, and C tie Graves, Allen county, Assistant organizers. Board of Directors. Ben "Watson, State state WarLot- QUARANTKBD SATI8FACXOXT UK. JiOWJCy KSSTfJrfJJXD. ren county; C. M. Barnett, Ohio, county; A. II. Brooks, Bracken county; It. E. 1. Ray, Hardin ccunty, and J. F. Doss, Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officers: 8. L. Stevens, Pres.. Beaver Dam.Ky. Henry Plrtle, Bee. Hartford, Ky, D. Ford, Treas., Hartford. Ky, COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Hesry Leach, Chairman, Hartford.Ky. 1. L. B. TIcnenor, Hartford, R, K. D. No. 6. 2. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky, 3. M. a. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. 4. B. L. Alford. White Run, Ky. 5. Itlchard I'lumer, Taylor Ulnes.Ky. tT. j, L. Brown, Kockport, Ky, HAVE YOUR SUITS Itxfav; Mentha thk Ptptr. J t C Franklin .. .'. FWton Gallatin Garrard I6 e 3 AWWVAWtfWVWVWWVAWAW iM L t oprletors IO SENDptckiof CENTS t4 WlfWIt4 vcn tkfa val1 9QOHtan WWM wi "F "$ eonr iam Cleaned Grant Jraves Grayson Green Greenup 16 1J tw ui imm mm iuvh Bcawrari wiin X W. kekbM, M9m p INWMl OI 1' Trustee's Sale. In tbe District Court of the United States for the Western dlatrict of Kentucky, Owcosuoro division. Jn the matter of Faught ft Mowe, bankrupts, An trustee ot the above estate, I will on Thursday, May tho 16, 1611. at 2:30 p. im., on hte pnemtees lately occupied by Bald bankrupts in Ohio County, Kentucky sell to the highest and best bid ere, ithe following described property. Odo lot in OontiWw,n, Kentucky be sinning at a eteke oarner to H, B. Faught'e lot; thence with said lot 0 feet South to a stake Jn h. C. MoHoa'B line 130 feet'' to a ttoie Oon-torto- l 1 21 B LMSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK ""imoWttL MM, ri4U. IC i i riM i Pressed jlascock .....11 H 'Hardin 'JHarlan " Harrison ...16 29 25 14 1 Jfert Hiftdeeon JJtWy JjiptflBe aUtann JUimoa .7 Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, few. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and s delivered. Club rate $1.00 par month. " Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. 33 19 Jhne ...... JaMMfilKB 3JUM&it 2- .A '".' Kl . jl1-- JJ " 23 Srm Hartford Pressing Glut, Y. M. C. A- - BLDfl., ' HARTFORD, KY. m. j mamm'-'- A ii.iiiwiimmih." y:,i--- 1 j We Give Away Absolutely Free of Cost bj The Peafte's Common Adviser, 'Vs) - - .. . MANAGEMENT OF THE HEAD OF THE HERD By tho Umo the bull boa reached tbo age of. one year ho should have been given a number of lessons In leading, writes B M. Twining In the Farm Journal If you have not taught him to follow you In going to and returning from the pnsture, begin now, using nt drat a head halter nnd gradually changing to tho noso ring, above all things being gentle, patient and Arm. Don't unnecessarily Irritate his sensitive noso by violent Jerks, as It quickly teaches him to become cross. When bo Is unruly glvo htm a smart rap with your hand until ho realizes that you aro master. From this tlmo on bo may be used for light service. Now comes the tlmo when It Is no longer safe, to allow him to run looso In the pasture Somo develop the tendency to challenge all living nnd Inanimate things tn a much more violent degrco than others, but none Is to be trusted, and the farseo-In-g breeder who Is striving for tho best will conserve that masculine vigor that would go to break down his fences, destroy his cornfield and Jeopardize, tbo Uvea of all who traverao "green pastures" by providing special quarters for bis bullshlp. It Is Impossible also to tell when the cows aro duo to calve If tho bull is allowed to run with them an Item well worth every up to dato business main's attention. Tho proper place for tho bull Is certainly In a good sized box stall with a concrete or plank Door (If concrete two or three layers of tarred paper should be laid beneath the surfaco when constructing to keep out the cold) covered with enough clean bedding to lnsuro comfort. It should bo well lighted and welt ventilated with-otho light coming In through a leaky roof and the fresh air In a draft through a crack In tbo wall! He should bo tied to a post with his left side toward tho door by which you enter. A good stout chain or cotton ut CLAriK PALACE IS FINISHED. to dhsML For Sale ill Copper Klna'a $7,000,000 Home Soon Be Occupied. jIIA mst Mi ill is a in VHaan,lf Sense Medical s, J I . Ct If In PlaJa a a wo to the Invalids' Hotel and Sur sileal laetftwte at Buffalo, a book o( 1008 iaro i sver 7G iHwtretione, la troB paper covers, to anr one sending 21 f M"iUfl lV orV,la French aoth bindiag for 31 umo? Over 6W.W9 copies p! this complete Family Doctor Book were sold In WM at regular priee of $1 50. Afterward,, one and half aH coolet were five away as above. A new, revised Better send NOW before..!! are one. Add lor 'wo rsNsAaY Mbdical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N.Y. CMefCeMttltiag-Phyiteia- ... w,,mSer .ilk. ' . nnr3i. ?X that its makers are not afraid to priat oa its outside wrapper it crerr tafredieat. No Secrets No Deception. THE ONE REMEDY for woea wkJok coatala. ao .Icofco! aad bo drus. Made from natiro medicinal forest roots of weM established curative value. habit-fermia DR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION THE ONE REMEDY forwoaiV. peculiar ailment. food enough Former Senator William A. Clark of Montana Is about to move his fnmllr flhtb whls wondrous pulnco of stone. marble nnd bronze on Fifth avenue, New york. said to bo tho costliest American homo ever built. It has been , under construction for nearly eight years nnd represents an outlay of 17,000,000. It Is on the New York tax books at a valuation of $3,GOO,000, and tho annual taxes will bo $60,000 a year, or moro than $100 a day. Thomas W. Lawson of Boston once referred to this bouse, which contains 121 rooms, as the "biggest, bulllest and brassiest of all American castles." PROCURED AND DEFCNDEO. drawtng orimotAforMpert in:h luicl t'rm adrloa, hair to obUln patent trad tnMtkM, eooniithu. etc- - in countries. JJmsIiusi dirttt tilth Waging Urn taut llmr, money an J ejirn intpaitnl. Patent ind lnfrtngmnt Practice txciiitfvtiy. Writs or flora to iu mt . TeJM f UU rUit 0B, SU KIaU Stnrt, WASHINGTON. D. C. "fft Real Estate! CO Acres of the finest Rough river bottom land located three miles west of Hartford. About 20 acres in cultivation. Good dwelling and out buildings. A bargain for $1,2G0. CO YEARS' EXPERIENCE jijTnjra HiLsiiK''9BI isiiiisLbsK We have 460 acres of flno bottom land firom one and a half to tm miles of Hartford, part of It with timber. Also about 75 acres of upland belonging to the aama tract. Terms easy. A' single SPEED is key-for-every-character W HLBLssB $ J9rlx $iHfcLBiVnLBiifiv ?r4 & i i Anrons iendln a akateti nd deierlptlnn mtt qnlcklr Ascertain our opinion fres whether en Communlc. Invention ItproDkblrpatetitiMe. tloniitrlctlr confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent fentfree. Oldest affencr for eecurmff patents. l'atems uten iDrouin jinnn uo. receire iprclal notice, without charge, tn the Trade Marks Desions Copyrights Ac. story frame A now one and one-ha- lf building with fivo rooms and large recptleon hall, built out of the best selected material. Situated on War and Fredrlca streets, Hartforjl, Ky. Lot 60x205 feet. Fine well of aott water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. story dwelling Centertown, Ky., has good cistern, good cellar, never falling well of water, good stable and other out buildings, one acre lot of ground. A uplendld location for family residence and hotel, price and terms reasonable. Apply to BARNETT & FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Ky. Good nlno room two In Scientific jlmericati. motion is quicker to make 4 than two. KFirjHfHvlkiWissskf IffSsL'l handiomtlr tllnatraled weekly. Trarest circulation of anr tclentiaa Journal. Ternu. 13 s reari fonr months, L Sold brail newsdealers. MUNN & Co.36,B'"d-"- '- New York Branch Offlca, Q& F 8U Washington, I). C A needed to make any character desired on the complete, Straight-lin- e, keyboard of the figlft mnnbg Only one motion Subscribe for The Republican $1.00 per year. TV. A. CXAKK'S $7,000,000 PALACE. 'Model I 0 SkttncHfer Write lot Information to LUaiiBLBsiBaB A- The Smith Premier1 Typewriter Company, 'nc: ST. LOUIS, MO. The dairy Shorthorn bull Knight Is an unusually fine specimen of his breed. He Is Ave years old and won tha championship at tho Vermont state fair last year. In one way It represents the source of Its owner's wealth In that It carries more copper nnd bronze than nny building lu the world, according to experts. Iironzo is the material of which tho grand staircase Is composed, and tho same can bo snld of the masslvo entrance doors, which arc cast solid. There are thirty-on- e bathrooms In this stupendous pile, one of the largest pictures Ballerles Jn "the world, installed at a cost of $300,000; pictures to tho value of $2,000,000 nnd rugs worth $500,000. Aiiiong the sculptors who did tho bronze work for tho millionaire wero Augustus Saint Giiudons, Paul Bart-le- t t, D. O. French, George Gray Bar: rtard, J. Q. A. Ward, It. Hlnton Terry and Alice Cooper. A inaKnlllccnt library adjoins Mr. Clark's bedroom and was taken bodily from n French chateau. Tho celling and woodwork are of carved mahogany, nnd the carver's signature bears the date 1533. Mrs. Clark's suit, which overlooks Central park and was designed by her husband, is on an elaborate scale, embracing satlnwood from Cevlqn, ,birdseye maple, mahogany aiKpCircassian walnutt POSITIONS GUARANTEED for our graduates. As soon as we set tbo required number or etudonta this offer will be withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. GUARANTEE position If need WE will ua real soon. Woyou a many more you at once to supply the ononnoua demand OEO, BUSINESS COLLEGE TV. SCHWARTZ raiioirAr. ItfCOBFOftsVXBi) KSTAnusnnD io-- rOUT9VTIjrjIG, KY, JrM- - FStIKtS ' A ropo (a hemp ropo will Irritate bis neck) should be fastened around bis Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Greeley was formerly. Acting Qommissioner of Patents,.and as such had full chargeof the U.S. Patent Office. Cook on patents. "Hints to inventors." "Inventions needed." "Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model for neck nnd attached to the post, with a lighter chain fastened to bis noso ring a little more slack than the Brat. Tho bull must be fed liberally, enough to keep him In a good, thrifty condition without being fat The grain should be of a light, nutritious nature, the amount varying with tho Individual and with the work he has to do. QIvo him plenty of bright clover or alfalfa hay and also plenty of pure, clean water. Late Fattener For Hogs. Nothing for fattening hogs In tbo fall Is preferablo to field corn. In tbo northwestern part of the state, says tbo Minnesota experiment station, the flint or other early ripening varieties should bo planted for this purpose. In southern Minnesota the regular field varieties may bo used successfully. The experiment station has found that hogs given free access to tbo field do better than when corn Is snapped and fed to them. C ASTO R A I Our isentj ererrwhera atf oner at eticf, and approre of your bicycle. VVTahip ItKQUIKKD until tudiiyunc, anywnere in me u. B. TCf.A0ur a cent atpostf n navlnce. frfpjy JrttfJU. inQ sllow TKN DAYS' rilKK TJtlALduiinenhich lime jou may rule ins bicycle and. put it to any test you wish. If ou are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish to) keep the bicicle ship it back to us at our expense and ym will not 6t outont ctnt. e iurnisn tne Highest grade bicycles it U possible to maker FARTflRV PBirCQ Jt Se ,ma'l Profit above actual factory cost. You . "jj, tO SIC middlemen S DfOhtS bv buvitur Hirprt nl 11. anrl hiv. th. i.iniifirtiiM.'i mnn antee behind your bicicle. DO HOT llfj Y a bicjxle or a pair of tires from amyimt at anr rice until you receive our cauloiues and learn our unheard ol acton trtcet and remarkable tfecul ojjert to rider ngents. ou Vflll HILL RF flTflHKHFn whe.n our receive our beautiful catalogue ant jtudy ,uperb moj,!, jeruUt lne iMfTK't we can make j ou this year. We sell the highest grade bicycles for less monrj We are satuned with than anr other factory. t.m nmii ahnvi. tirtnrv rnaf. BlUYCM; DU. VI. Kits, you can sell our bicycles under vour own name nlate ai sua f I saw J...V1.W our prices. Orders filled the dar received. We da not ranitsrlv hinl. wnnj t,.nr1 SECOND HAND HICVCLKS. hl usually have a number on hand taken In trade by our Chicago retail stores. These we clear out iromDtly at Dtices raneinir from 83 to t&H or eilo. DescHnttve Knrain htt m.iUrt trim. luBlo wlieel. Imported roller chains and pedals, parts, repairs an rAlCsTR.RRAKF equipment cf all kinds at half the utual retail truei. WANTED-fiRiD- CR sample Latrst Model "Rnneer' bicTdi furnished by ui. uuuiiKiniiicriui it rut jor jhh parztciiuirt ana sfitctat you receive NO !HONi;Y AGENT and district fist nrt IHEACHTOWIT to fnW a K!l.. Questionable. Question ten men and nine of them The regular retail trice ot these tires is will tell you they don't get half of S4JO per pair. Hut to itttiatuce wewill what they are entitled to In this tellyouasampupairiorfiMHtasnwiinoiacrfiJS), world. Chicago Dally News. NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS. Tack or Glass will not let tlio air out. Sixty thousand pairs sold last year. AB 8 50 HEDGETHORN PUNCTURE - PROOF H CCI lUft TIDE a sample pair TO INTRODUCE, OHLY t Helpless as a Baby. Iviv GREELEY & MANURE INCORPORATED l WASHINGTON,. T. C V OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Republican The Republican The .Reptblican The Republican The Republican The Republican $1.35 1.50 1.75 and St. Louis 1,25 and Home and Farm 1.75 and 3.25 and Louisville Daily Herald 3.25 ana JUauy uwensooro inquirer Twice-a-Wee- k and O'boro. Messenger 1.75 1.75 and Kentucky Farmer New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 and and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 and Weekly Inter Ocean and Fanner $1.25 al Globe-Democrat Valley Heights, Va. lira. Jennie B. Klruy, In a tatter from this placs, Notice the thick rubber tresA "A" nnd punoture strips Iir says: "I was sick In bed for nine nnd "D," also rim strip "U 1 to prevent rim cutting:, Talir months, with womanly troubles. tire will outlast any other was so weak and helpless, at times, I makn-SOKLASTIO aiii KASY HIDING. couldn't ralso my head Wf tho pillow I commenced to take Oardul, nnd I saw It was Helping me, at onoe. Now send DULiU u.sjsis tuns uuur.it ana enclose mis aavertisemeut. you run no rtslc Iru I can work all day." As a tonic, for sending us an order as the tires may be returned at OUK expense if for any reason they ares not satisfactory on examination. Wc are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as In ot weak woman, nothing lias bean found bank. If you order a pair of these- tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run faster,! wear jdu nave ever uscu or seen ai price, we mil longer auu iuuit uncr for fifty years, that would take the know ucucr,you will be so well pleased msa any tireyou want a bicycle you will give any your order that us that when once, hence this remarkable tire olTer. place of Cardul. Try a bottle tonday. We.want you to send us a trial order at don't buy any kind at any price until you send for a pair -of MICCn i 8 tires on approval and trial at FCI fCsCI TJOfO Iledgethora Puncture-Proo- f It will surely do you good. FT, 1 B-- Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use. nrsnRirTlfiMi Made in all sizes. It IsllveH- and easvridlncr. vervdurableandlKledlnsule with SDecial auahtv of rubber, which never becomes porous and which clones up small punctures without allow. Ine the air to escape. We have hundreds of letters from sati-eu customers stating that their tiresha'eonly been pumped jp once or twice in a whole season. They weigh no more than in ordinary tire, the puncture resistinzauallties betazclven Jy several layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the ' treaa. i ne regular pnccoi tnese tires is ji so per pair.Dut lor id vertislnepurposesweare making aspecial factory price to and Louisville Herald and Courier-Journ- The jkepubucaw The Republican The Republican The Republican the hair, cleanse parts and poultice with warm flaxseed meal for a week: Smear somo vaseline on the surfaco of poultice to keep It from sticking. After discontinuing the poultices wash the parts again and dry them thoroughly; then apply twlco dally an ointment composed of two parts flowers of sulphur, one part lchtbyol and one part calomel to eight parts lard or lanolin. Dairy Wisdom. Is net always the cow that gives tho largest amount of milk that la making the most money for you. Test her and bo certain. For cracked heels In horses clip Treatment For Craoked Haelt. off How Few Are So Accomplished! "In order to git genuine, practical results," said Uncle Eben, "a speaker wants to be mighty accomplished in recognlzln' de occasions dat call foh absolute silence." the special introductory price quoted above; or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue whlcli , describes and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices. but write us a postal today. DO .NOT THINK OfHUYINO a bicycto IM A Ml WnM nMm or a pair of tires from snyone until you know the new and wonderful offers we are making. It only costs a postal to learn everything. Write it NOW. If lfltO nn IT nY sTrlff J. L. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL Chllaren Cry FOR FLETCHER'S IWttlslMftttftrl. FourFifths o! Your Store Patrons Were Won by AdvertisingAnd Four-Fift- hs CASTO Rl HOW WE LIVE. We Uvo in deeds, not years; In I D TnE Republican It : The Republican f Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. f. U- . Draughon gives contracts, backed by chain of 30 Colleges, $300,000.0 , capital) and 19 years' success, to acure positions under reasonable con dltloM or refund tuitiea. Draughon s competitors, by not accepting 111 his propoaition.concede that he teaches more they do in six. Draughon can e 1 Bookkeeping in three montns than you. A NFl 76 Pr " 9l the United States Court 'Report-JllUJers write the system of Shorthand Drauiehon teaches, because they know it is THE BEST. For FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet "Why Learn TeletrraDhv?" whieh explain all, call on or write JOHN P. DRAUGHON. President s - Good Positions con-inc- The caro given the heifer calves during their first year has much to do with their fuKeep them ture usefulness sleek and grooving and give 'enough clover or alfalfa hay to devlops,.cgpftcitjrafor handling food. thoughts, not breaths; In feelings, not In figures on a dial. We should count tlmo by heart throbs, no most lives Who thinks most, feels tho noblest, acts tbo best Life's, but a means unto an end, that end Begisning, mean, and end to all of These Would Be Lost if You Stopped Advertising! Newspaper advertising is a part of all worth-whil- e a part of it which patrons particularly value. For it keeps them in teuch with your your sales, tha arrival of new stocks, the showing of novelties, the buying opportunities which your store must create for its friends. The advertising becomes the link between the store and its clientele. They expectthe Btore's advertising to SERVE THEM'-"n- ot 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 mora complete as "store News," as a "market letter," as a bulletin of bargains will have the effect of enlisting a every jday, and of winning anew all lot of new old ones! of the store-service store-event- s, .things God. Philip James Bailor. RflfHnfFFPINff UUvnnuU v QHiinTH I Fresh air has an actual monoy value to the dairy farmer. Without fresh air the cow cannot digest as much food, and without plenjy of food she can: not make so much nor as good milk. CHIItfron cry nail v Tt Save enough straw to give your eows good, comfortable beds durlsg the winter. Selling straw Is "saving at the spigot aad leaking at the bung-holeBarb wire has pitaed many a It deesa't take many losses to pay fer U price of a pasture feaee. good dairy cow. ;" De Not Use Creosote. Creoiete should never be put Into a hollow tooth for toothache. It relieves the pals, but in time destroys the substance of the tooth. Leave creosote to expert use. CASTORI A FOR FLETCHER'S DRMJGHOM'S KVANSVILLB, PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE, J. M. Howell, a popular druggist of GneonalHMg, Ky., ways, "Wo uao Cham borlalBr's G&uga In our own houssbeld asd know It Is excellent." For saie by M druggists ' la sUre-friea- ds Redy ADUCAH, NASHVILLE, ST. LOUIS, SfKWGHBLD, MSMf JUS. WW4WWWMW4 ,ivrinrrr.iiV V . ILLINOIS CORN GROWER WINS K. KELLOGG Si - I. TROPHY GOnONSEED MEAL ' has mo suBsnrm F0RD5VILLE. May ll.-iP- nf. Sunday mow JCy, Mr. Willi Tandy left a, for hte home at Saa-d&r- fit" NATIONAL 111., FOR WGRK HOUSES. Tbo Iowa experiment station recent R. A. James of Charleston, the $1,000 cup-Gr- ows is the 1910 Winner of Best Ear in the 3,125,- - 713,600 Bushels of Last Year's Bumper Crop. ff nassjjsM iiiiiiiV-''iilMLLLLLLLLLLLLmALLLL- duced by substituting rich concentrated feeds for oats in the rations for work horses. Special attention was given to tho effect produced upon tha health of the horses and their ability to enduro hard work'- as well as maintain their flesh and condition and also tbo economy of the ration. Tho first experiment Included thrco teams of horses and continued for 100 days. They were started on a ration of corn and oats of equal- parts by weight, in which later ollmeai was substituted for oats in a ratio of about 15 to 1. Tbo horses seemed' to relish the pea slzo ollmeai more than the - ly has done a good deal ot experimental work to determine the effects pro- ROYAl feftKlflti POWDER Absolutely Pure Thmmnhf bmkktw fm from Royml Brmmm Ormmm 3, H. Loyd are visitpawwtfl Mr. and Mrs. Rogers Cromwell! Mra Bob Bell and daughter Miss )V1I of WMfeesvllle visited Mrs. I. S. Mason laat Friday aaia Saturday ing hr and Mr. ,1 of Tarimr MALmMUMEPtiSPHATE FAIRV1EW. May 8. u2hfiM5wkAMriMtwZiS&KiJHHHiHC5i.-- 2 Tha Clydesdale breed of horses had Its origin In Scotland. They aro about sixteen hands high, compact and muscular In build and have a long, easy stride. R. A. James, Wianer of W. K. Kello gg Trophy, with the Trophy and tho 1910 Champion Ear R. A, James, of Charleston, III., has cro3sid with Alexander Gold Standthe proud dls'inoUon of having grown ard. Last year's priaa winm r is h moat perfectly formiel ear of tho tho beet ear of corn in, all thrj uao, though It requlresi a earful bunhels of last year's bum- judgo to distinguish the points at per crop. At the National Cora Show superiority. The trophy award.d to Mr. Janus just held at Colutubus, Ohio, this genW. K. was made by Tiffany, of Naw York, tleman was awanrid, the K. Kollofiff, at a cost Kellogg National "Corn Trophy, dona for Mr. W. of $1,000. It is madt ot Sterling presited In 1909 iby W. K. Bi'jvisr, bronze aid enamels and la a dent of the Kellogg Toasted Corn truly artistic creation. Jt stands 30 Flake Co., of Battla Creak, Mich. Thousands of cars of corn from all parts of tha country and of all va rieties wore entered In tha oamp-jtlTha selection i! the grand tlon. champion Ewv?pLv&xH at'.t" the aAard of the Kellogg tropiy wviiv madj oa BT goL'sral points of suyTioruty. Thevar of orn grown by .Mr. Jama Is of Rold'd Yellow Djnt varljy. It Inckvs In cirIs 10 inches lang 7, kaa 20 rows of cumference .ar-d kermis, C to' 41m lush In tii' row, average 8 of a:i lnuh In JpLh, aud erf an inch in w'jU. ll la indeed a VJ-.convict typj of jmIjw dent corn. Mr. James, tli winrnr U a vlg-r3,123,-713,0i - Form 4 ground product, and so It was fed In this form When gluten feed was substituted In tbo ration for comparison with ollmeai It was found that somo of the horses did not relish the feed and did not eat It readily.. In this case the use was soon discontinued. Such animals as did eat It, bowever, seemed to enduro tho work practically as well as those receiving ollmeai. Cottonseed meal gave probably tho best results of any of the feeds substituted for outs. It was very readily eaten by the horses and was found efficient In maintaining tho health and weight of the horses. The general conclusion reached from the experiments Indicated that tbo health and endurance of the horses were the same when fed corn with a moderate amount of any of the three feeds tested aa when fed corn and oats as a ration. FEEDING CORN TO CATTLE. Miss Ella Mitchell Cedar Grove visited Miss Bessie K. Acton, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. .Mary B. Wilson ard Miss Edna Baize visited Mrs, J. S. Hughes Thursday night! Airs. Akic Boswell and little seas Arnold and Marvin visited Mr. and Mrs. J. JB. Mitchell Cedar Grove Wednesday nlgh.t. Mr. Walter Myers, Narrows, visited relatives In tills neighborhood the last of the woak. Miss leaflle "White spent the day Sunday with iMisses Bessie and Ruby Acton .Mr. and Mrs. C. C. White and children Lorena, Felix Eva and Walker, visited Mr. and Mrsi Henry Owens Wanted Olaton Sunday. Miss Annie Myers is visiting friends AT ONCE Cheap plug horse. 43 tl HOOKER WILLIAMS. at Narrows this week. Mr. Stdvon lActon who wa3 seriousNews of Dtikehurst. ly Injured in- - a railway wreak near St Louis Mo. About two rnowths ago May 9. The high waters ana still has rucovered suffiently to visit his keoplngthe farmers behind with tihelr mother Mrs. C. C. White. work. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wilson, Olaton Health i3 Tr.ery good at pnaaeat exand Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wilson, Cane cept measles. Run visited Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wilso Sunday school ait Ulanvdns lOhapel Saturday night and Sunday. 13 progressing nicely With Mr. Ernest " I Duke Supt. Rov. Cooney was In our arildst Suiv-daCounty Organizer and Manager y. - Notice' ia hereby given that tbo Brawn Mercantile Company ia now closing its .business awl winding up Its affairs for ibhe purpose of iborin-- . lnaltirug its existence. All persons having any claims or demands against said Conporatlom aro requested to presoot the same Immediately at the office of said Company Several went from here Moniday Hamilton, Ohio County, Kentucky. afternoon to Whltesvllle to visit the BROWN MERCANTILE COMPANY, ruin3. Tho big fire Whloh destroyed By F. .M. SACKETT, Sec'y. 39t4 most all of a block of business housf es, with little insurance, most of the Sheriff's Sik.. houses will jbe rebuilt at once. By virtue of Eacut4?ao. 322 di- - ,i Mr. Ballard Wilson of Glendean, rectad to ma, whloh lJtawl from tho was in town Sunday, Circuit Clark's Office of Air. C. C. Mattlngham, and family Court, In Harvc3ti who have ib93n here Binding ithefr Ing Machine. Ce.,a5ipot .R. M. & S. children lo fecbool roovvad back to I. LaEidrumlfor'tj3S.00"wli;h SnlWreall Falls of Rough from --august 15, 1S99, and $7,35 costs. .Mrs. Ruddle Hinea and children Who any dttput&es, will oi I or oao-'O- f have been in Nebnasika for the past Monday the oth day ot J.una 1911, besix months have returnied home. tween the hours of 10 Q'ctoak a. m., (Mrs. Jessie Loyd and children and and 2 o'clock p. m., at the Court Mrs. Cleviebind Loyd ot Reynolds atHouse doer In Hartflbrd, Ohio Countended commencement ty, Kentucky, expose to public Salo, Mr. Quint Kelly lias moved his to the highest bidder, the following family back to his farm, at Deanfield property '(or so much thereof as imay after having sent his ohlldron to ba neojssary to satisfy iPlalntfiff'a school here during the spring term. cosfts.J-to-wl,In,4aP3ot to attend closing exercteas ot school Mies Mattie Morman of Glendean visited Airs. Arthur Smith lat .week. Mr. Frank ml there and Miss Bertie Strothora were niarrled at the homo of thij bride, Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock ,by Rev. J. T. Lowis. TBioy have many friends here who wish them a long and happy life. Ilalllo Brown of Hartford visMr ited Mrs. J. H. Loyd tFrhlay and attendtd commencement exercises Friday evening. Mr. Cooper Moaeloy of Owensfcoro, visited Edwin Masom Ito attlandjl tho Commencement. Mr. Roy Miller of Louiaville is vieiting hla cousin Mr. RU3sell Coop-e- n teeUoflj Bearer home be should oomo qvw the Urn into Iow& and tafoa n special course ot study ia the Insurgent School of' Polltioal Boonomy, whwe ttoey teaeh hi the forenoon, tbftt the quMMty.vof a nMrkt pom- modlty oaa be Increased frorn one hundred to one thousand per cent, without affecting the value thereof, and in the afternoon demonstrate that' tho same process twill mean higher prices to the producer and lower, pkioe to the ..consumer and make lite one lon picnic for all concerned. .Why remain in ignorance when tho Uplift Camp glows with intellectual illumination llko a Great White Way! Des Moines Capital. ' . Notice, of Dissolution. .tTbaio dabt and t: A lot or parcel of land In tha town of Rwckport, Ohio County, Ky., and situated on North Street and bounded as follows: On Ithe Nor,th by lot North-Str.aet, on the .East by lot of J. oS W. 'Poller; V. Ross ,on the South toy and on tha Wieat by Caralvo road. Said lot , being 80x93 feet and tha same conveyed to S. I. Landrum by Laura A. Culbertoa and husband, Sept, 4, 1904, as shown by deed ot record In Ohio County Clerk's office, dead .book No. 26, page 333, levied upon .as the pro-- - it jBP 1- -2 -- tB 5-- 5-- - Form 1 Tho W. K. Kellogg National Corn Trophy i- - Ar inclua In tolglut. ttWMt in corn growing can Mr. Kellogg'a In- bu undr- - s'ood wh-a- It is statf-j- thit tho Kellogg Toasted Corn Flako Oo of which haa an ou'.put rnulr-In- g ha Is prvsli-iDt- . 10,000 toaheb of corn a day, raiw praduat, for Ita manufacture. A MW iq p.iculiar fiatura Is IJhat Kellogg product Is madia exclusively from salnctcid white corn, tin KU-og- g trophy has beoa won jiah fine by a yellow corn exhibit Tho trophy U otforod or annual oomipotltlon until won twloa by tha aanw grower. Tha National Cora Show at which tha award was roodo, iwaa an enljnt of trw i;idou3 magnitude. At one of tlio Bjsslonn Pwaldsnt Taft wasras-tin- t aud dallvarod an address. Cromwell Deposit Bank in Good Condition. To tha StockhoWans, Putiranti and iDoposlt Ofiai . R. A. Jame. Wlaaer of W. K. KeUof g NaUoaal Cora Tropbykfor 1910 ours fanner aboutlOyoarsof aga and of pleasing personality, a man 'who haa given caixjful study, to oonn culture, axd who has adhlavod hla suc-oe- u as a grand champion winner only by jvara of Jnrd lprk and poln-talci- E ead selection anil oaroful from season to sason. lrdtBg ltoola rawiers are oalijclally ola-Uthe roawa av&r the rewitt tor Horses for Sale. tfw bouom have boon wrft.3d that 8A1J3 2 olht year old work FOR fro tfw tetwof lftdtaua. Last yairs boraaa; 1 (our yar old mara Mth oliiwip.hu laar, flnat wlunnv of thj y;ear mmn by Mr. colt; 2 three JCHS old mares. Call oa TCritow tropfcy, w U. WILLIAM, PWita, of NowWb. Ind. It, FrJ C. 41tf Bwvw Dwju, Ky, variuny, alM KW' YllOW Ojm. con-fidau- FHeiula of Crumwull Dank: On April 19, 1911, Mr. J. A. IPra-ze- r, Statu Bank Examiner, mudo a thorough examination of this bank and found It In good condition H.ad Raid in tJin dlmctora that li liad ' not Xound cleaner paper In any bank ha had examined lathe &tiUo Wo thank you for ol Kentucky. your patronage and confldanoa aud Iioim by a strict adherence to sound busluem principle to merit a of your business ami Rutr,ectfully J, J. STEWART, Prea. T. B. COOPfiU, Vtao Gnomwall, Ky., April, 20, 19U. ca T Stock Raiser. In this section of the country the feeding of cattlo has becomo quite a' general business during the past ten: years, writes nn experienced Ohio. reeuer in tuo New England Home; stead. The most of us cattlo feeding farmers raise enough feed to fatten our cattle, and, as a rule, we have only enough cattle to consume, the feed we ralso. The general method Is to purchase stock cattle during the fall and winter. These cattle aro carried through until grass time, grazed and finished on corn tho following fall. The feed for tho stock cattle consists mostly ot fodder and hay. If young cattle are given plenty of rough feed they, will generally go through tho winter in nlco Bhapo. However, I like to. feed some corn to young steers in the spring, as they will be in better condition to go on grass. Another advantage I bavo found in feeding corn to young cattlo Is that young hogs can bo carried through the spring in much ' better shape. As a rule, most of our cattle ore. fed during the tall and early winter. Hogs or cattle will fatten on less feed during moderate temperatures, as It takes a certain amount of feed to keep up the animal heat. As to the kinds of feed used, corn is king with us. In starting cattle to fatten I generally givo some corn on grass as early as tho 1st of September or as soon as the new corn commences to harden. This Is done by going in the corn and cutting as much as. la needed, say one, two or three Btalks for each steer for a feed. This amount can bo increased gradually as tbe cattlo become accustomed to tbo new corn until they are on full feed. Shock corn Is fed once a day'and busked corn once a day. The adVan-tag- e of feeding busked corn Is in; saving the fodder or rough feed, and tbe cattle also will eat tbo busked corn somewhat better, Those farm era who have clover hay or alfalfa baye a great advantage In giving these with the corn. The feeding period lasts from W to 120 days and sometimes longer,. last this is about the average period ot feeding. V Profit In Mule Raising. l Bver stop to think that the areMft mule sells for about $10 more tha the average horse? Uver tblak that there is never any difficulty in selllag a mule, while tbe market for herse may be dull? There never has bees aa overproduction of mules, and there does not seem likely to be la tbf future. It costs less to raise a aaple, and he Is always a mouey maker, whether tor work or for sale. , , Methods Pursued by a Suocesiful Ohio Wanted. A leading Fraternal Insurance Order desires a reliable white toon to take charge of its work In this county ,to introduce the ' Order solicit members collect monthly dues organ lze lodges aippoint and manage and so on. No previous experience Is needed as wo will teach you how to operate This is a splendid opportunity tor a good man, IrnlUi liberal pay and chanco of promotion. Devote spare time at start, (with whole time later oik Well known man wanted, strictly honest, good ability, one iwho da a hustler and will get out and. push the work forward. This Is a great chance to become an influential leader, to help your follow man and make a good Income for yourself at the same time. This Society pays benofita for slckinpss, accident and dath. The lodges have grand ritualistic work, strictly new and In every particular. No other Onder like it was every started. Over 05,000 memberships already Issued and growing vony fast. Wrlto lmmedlabsly tor further particulars giving full irrfonmation ot yourself in latter. Address In confidence, SUPREME COMMANDER GEN COVINGTON, ERAL, BOX AB-29sub-agen- ts penty of S. I, 'Landrum. TERMS: Sale (Will (be made on a Mlssess Verna, Ef fie .and., Edith Duk ccodit of 6 months, bond with approof Hartford visited the lattirs parents ved .security requred, 'boarllng Inter Mr. and Mrts. T. D."Duko of (this place est at the rate of 6 per cent pern Saturday and Sunday and attended annum from day of sale, and having church at Marvlns Chapel Sunday. the forca and effect of a. replevin Th.y were accompanied borne by Mra. band. Sullenger and little daughter Lula. Witness my hand, this 18 day of Several from this place attended April 1911. tha burial of Mr. Jim Wysong, at Sun . T. H, BLACK, S. 0. C; nydale Thursday evening. Air. Joo Tweddell near Harts iFord Violin for Sale. lost a fine cow last week. Anyone wjshtog to buy a first-claMrs. John Will is and daughter ,Mlss Violin call on B. T. Taylor (BarDplta, Mrs. Joe Maden and daughter, ber) Hartford, Ky. 42ti Miss Ora, Mrs. J. T. Hlnes and daughters, littlo Mlsaea Ethel and Lillian For Sale or Rent. Misses Bertha and Zllphya "Whobery One store, house tn Cromwell or will 'Eva Hlnes, and Blanche Powters; exchange- - for farm. Messra Earl and Carl Madon, George T. C. SfTRATTON & SON. Curtis Lawrence Whobery and Habart 43tf. Cromwell, Ky. Coy all wiemt out boating Friday afMaden, took his shot Mr, ternoon. Keep gun In search of wild ducks but Watmy good brother? Still er Mocassins wen more plentiful . than Duck's he shot ftwo 'Mocassins That's the way through llfet' go. Keep don't worry and did not find any Ducks at all. An'dull care won't hafre a dhow; All spent a delightful evenlcig. Check your trunk tor Sunstolne Coun Mr. and Mrs. Almond Duke and try, twins James Albert and Hugh Almon Whema old Trouble never strays visited Mrs. Dukes parents Mc and An you'll help th' world iba merry Mra. John Miller of Magan, Sunday. While y' live through happy dayo. t ss y. in VI KY. 43t4 IDEA OF FREEDOM. Thcro la what 1 call tbe American Idea. This ldoa demands, as the proximate organization thereof, a democracy that is, a government of all the people, by all tbe people, for all the people; of courso a government of the principles ot eternal Justice, tbo unchanging law of God. For shortness' sake 1. will call it the Idea of freedom. Theodore Parker. Keep on droamln', won't hurt y"; Let th world iccaw) you domtoar) Though the wild winds rage an' rultt All your castle of the air, ( ' Stog your song If it's a sad one Dividend. Bettor sing it mighty low, By direction of the Ohio Circuit But if there Is sunshine in it Court, the undersigned will aa assiLift your voice and lab us know. gnee of the Ohio County Bank, at his It will ibrlng y" office In Hartford, Ky., on May 20th, Don't 1911 pay on properly verified demands All y' j(lfcd?aa' plenty more. ' against said bank' dividend number He who wenke keeps one to the amount of tea per oent Finds lite sweet unto th' core on the principle ot each of said de- S'pose tetoufclia do hide th' heavens?! Can't fcave blue skies all ik' white; A. E. PATE, mands. 42t3 Assignee Ohio Oouuty Bank. Got t' use th'clouds for somethia. , Y' won't mind it it y' emile. FOR FLETCHER'S Children Cry C ASTORIA quU-fcppln'- . . ' New Thought Economics. Even Democratic farmers ane beginning to shy at the proposition that they bake a little ot their own FreoTrada medicine lalbeled "Canadian ReclprooUy." For example, we find J. H. Peterson, of Fart RJpley, Minn., writing to the Democratic Free Trade pubuque Tekgraph Herald, ot which he is, "aa old reader," that "like all fanners" he is "against Oanadtaa 'reciprocity , or rather, Free-Train farm presets." He volunteers the inferBwUloa that 1m has been a DemooMt all his life, but threatens to cUaugo his oMtlee ''It goes os. ,eeerd the Detttoerafcfc '' as for this .iwk" K the CsumMan propesUtea is toe ran4f a dose, evsa. tor this MUwesoU Dauwwwit, aad he oaa tiad no satts- - PLODDINQ All WINS. Pa. & t. ' Money In Mules. There may be a lingering prej4lee agalast the breed lag of mules, bufttw fancy prleea prevailing for well developed spaas ought to wipe out 'that prejudice, ,. t or expect or hope to accomplish haa been and will be by that plodding, patient, "pewe'verlng process of accretlea wbteh builds the ant. heap particle by particle, thought by thought, fact by fact It I was eyer actuated by ambition lta highest and warmest reaehed no further than the hope to set before the young wa of aay, country as example la employing these Invaluable fNgweate ot eaU4 "odd BMMtteuU." Wlhu Burrkt.- that I have accomplished It y' eel bad, Just rftnemhor There's a hap iwopbs oft than you, But they alU aa' keep on hopla' An' ttielr dtaos are nevr Jblue. What's th' use, tniead. o complaiufe.'?; y' aothln' good. It won't Willie you'll sure be well an' iwppy 't It y' swllt aa' saw your Niefaoia BsXel, Mafraztoa for May, wood. Joka ia National de iKiJfts FtfSale. We have, suite a lot of subacrlu- Uou reoeifte to Tbe Republican thai;. we would Mk to sell at twioe. Look ou bhe label ef your paper and you oaa tell how aueh yowaps owIsk W this paver. further tetonwatrio sail oa t a44ress. fl. t pty tle Fr - TWJIAJITFOJU) HaNWUCAN, Kttrttenl Ky. i im imim ly'ii wg , ''yM"yi ih msjMasi mmmmllim&mmimM