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Commencement Week Successful Overflow HAETFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FJRIDAY, MAY 19, 1911. Swoet," her nteoe Steele, "Biker Dolly Dar-ra- h, Mistress Mildred Elgin. ye friend of Barbara Altetress May-fiel"Grandmero" Lolla aienn. Colonel May-flelye Mother of HonoMistress Alma Riley. rs Drake, a stadnch Loyalist Flora Taylor", Anne Van Dresser, ye friend of Amanda Mistress Wedding. Jacquollno Marie Daisy FronclnCanadlan Girl Valcatler, a of Fallen Fortune, Crandmere's attendantMistress Lela Mogan. Ross 'Mistress Corlnne Woodward Nancy Troubles AUstross Slaves: CllfHe Felix Ford. Cbloe Mistress MInenva 'Mistress Louise Phipps. Dos sy Mistress Annie Lee Taylor. Gue3ts( i Time. 1776. The acitlon pasaos In .Philadelphia and Trenton. TihIs evening will conclude the week's exercises, which have been foremost In rank of any Commencement held In pe history of Hartford College, and In every detail a decldod success. The program .thl3 evening will ibe confined exclusively io members of the graduating class, In nihom the inters est is always oentored. The exercises bach evening have been interesting, entertaining and an overflow audience iwas present each time. The entire faculty has worked lnojssant-l-y to make the work a succ3s and the various entertainments have given the Just cans eto be pround of their efforts. The program for this evening Is as follows: Maroh. ..Invocation Rev. Virgil Elgin. Duet Oration, "Three steps Toward Democratic Government iDevert D. Moee-le- y. Vocal Solo. Oration, "Survival of the Fitbe3t In Literature"- - Alice Taylor. Instrumental Solo. Oration. "Anelent and Modern Knighthood" Fronla King. Vocal Solo. Oration, "On Enroll, eace" Rhea Hatcher. Duot ValindTctojy; "Nisht Brings Myrtfe' Williams. VoOut the Star cal Duet Instrumental Solo. Presentation of Diplomas Judga J. S. Glenn. d, ds 'Mls-kreas REV. W. B. HARNETT DIES IN OHIO COMMENCEMENT OF WEST KY. SEMINARY In tlie fall of 1902 with a small membership, but luas constantly Increased until at the present It has 109 active members. TRIP TO BOWLING GREEN aid Attracted Audiences. . meat of Hartford College began Sun day morning with the baccalaureate which was delivered by Dr. A. N. Couch, of Qwentetooro, at the First Baptist Church. His contrast of 'wl3dom and folly, the everlasting competition of the two, and of sin aad rlgatooMsness wro clearly dofin-o- d, The entire discoursed was 'a rare treat to the students and the citizens of Hartford. The senior class marched from the al court house to the church where seats had 'been reserved for them and an overflow audience of friends and relatives 'greeted the 1911 graduates of Hartford College, Special music had been arranged for the occasion and. a selected oholr rendered two beautiful ant bonis. Alias Sue Wright sang a ameet solo, ac- oompanled by Miss Render as organist and Mr. Schrooter as violinist. Tho Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and Eighth, i grades, under direction of Prof. W. R. Hedrick and Prof. A. E. Ellis entertained Monday and Tuesday evening at the opera house with interesting plays, songs etc. Tiho exerciser were entertaining and a packed house greeted tliem bath eVenlngs. On Tuesday evening "Judge W. H. Barnes presented a gold medal to little Miss aortrude iMulIendone, tdl having the beat average of any pupil' "In the Primary department. Wednesday evening the Doclamator contest .was held, with the following program. Governor's bast Levee" "Th Sara Beaumont Kennedy Effle Duke "The Black Horse and Hl3 RIdar" George Lippacd Corlnne Woodward. Instrumental Solo. "The Battle t Grace Aguiar HerBannookburn" bert Fellix. "Oommenoement" Sarah Haynes. Kellogg Beatrice Winter Piano Solo. "A Study in Dialect" Berryman. Holey Belle Marietta "The Soul of tHe Violin"' Margaret Merrill Ozona Moseley- - Vocal Solo. Scene from "Last Days of Pompeii" arranged by Margaret Morton Rhea Hatcher. "The Queen's Robe" Oplo, Read Argent Shultz. Duet. In atrumental Solo. Cavalier Rustlcana Piano and Violin. The contest for the god meda was spirited and draw a orowd house. The work of eaoh contestant for the modal was nard, but oach was master of the situation, and the delivery and Interpretation of the selections were splendid, and all deserve much credit and praise for their splendid dxlamatlone. The judges were iMrs. J. B. Wilson, of Hartford; Prof. I. S. Masou of Fordsvllle, and Hon. F. P. ,Moftt3, of Parkersburg, W. Va, The Judges had muoh difficulty in awarding the medal out of so many splendid efforts. The decision iwas in favor of Mlas Beatrloe Haynos, and in a few well chose words Hon. H. P. Taylor presented the medal. Hon. W. H. Barnes presented the gold medal to Miss Mary Elisabeth Felix for having attained the highest average of any studer.it in the High Sohool Department, her average being 97 5 per cent .Miss Iris Elliot made second beat having an average of 96 2 'per cent., and Miss Elgin was third with 90 per cent. Last evening the students of the Ittgh Sohool Department rendered two excellent plays as follow: "The CourUMp cf Miles Standlsh." Oast of Characters: Miles Stand-Uhth- e Captain of Plymouth-Shel- by "seveo. John Aldon sundlsh's Secretory Harry Glean. a Prtecllla, .Puritan Madden Mary Felix. Indian aermon, sp-ct- j 1-- Hl-dr- 29 I&aa Hasher. Manager dier-fbe- H Felix. Eldsr Devert Moaoley. Place, PI j mouth; 'time, 1620. "TUB OlRLS OF 177." EvMadam Oast of Characters: elyn MayWel4s, wlo of Colonel May-fielof ye British Amy Mistress Bddyth Duk, Amanda, Helen, her Barbara, Hudson, Miftreas Bewto ds G. A. R. Meet in Louisville. The twenty-nint- h annual enoamp-uwHeart Failure Causes Death of At Beaver Dam This Week Enof the department of Ken- Supt. Leach Writes of Con-vent- ion tucky G. A R. took its final ad joyed and Well AtLeaves Rel- -' Ohio Countian journment at lOwonsboro Saturday morning, after one of the most suc tended. atives in Hartford. cessful and peasant meetings that the department has ever held. Before ad Superintendents The Nineteenth Annual Commence- journment was token (both the Grand Of County Saturday afternoon Col. C. M. Bar-no- tt, ment Exercises of West Kentucky Army and the Women's Relief comsenior editor of this paper, reMany of Ohio County StuSeminary of Beaver Dam, Jegan Mon- mitters .which had also 'been In ses ceived a telegram from Jacksonville, renlng with an entertainment sion for two days, adopted resolu Ohio, notifying him of the death of day dents at the Normal. pu-ptions of thanks and appreciation for his brother, Rev. W. B. Barnett, of by the primary and Intermediate KeovMK of and Matthews. the cordial wieloome and hospitable that place. were spljndldlyprepartd treatment and roptIon that 6hey The Fifth Annual Concla've of tho was pastor of the Thejjxrci Rev. Barnett County School Superintendents of Methodist church at Jaoksonvllio, and ontliat evening, as have toejn tho hanre been given while In that city. Tho sessions that were held Satur the Western Kentucky State Normal forty other Bxerclsas oach evening. had been in the ministry .tor evening the day morning were continuations of division met in Bowling Green May 3, years. He was born and reared In On, und?r ohargei of Miss the oxccutlve meetings that is well remombored were 4 and 3. To say It was a success, Is tbi3 county and Blr,"gave a play eutltled "The Coun- hold Friday afternoon and at the last to put It mlldH', but to say that It by (he older oltlzens. try Store." Wodnesday evening tho meeting It was determined to hold the was a success a grand success in. He had not been in good health for every particular, does not make It a few weeks, but was aible to attend High School department, under the next encampment In Louisville. direction of Prof. O. L. Shultz and too strong. The writer had the pleasHeart failure was tho his duties. Strothers-Smither- s Wedding. ure of attending both this year and oause of hi3 death, dropping dead nt Prof. F. T. Shultz, gave three short manv last. Last year was a groat meeting A marriage of interest to the table. The funeral and burial plays. Last evening Mrs. Shultz with her music ipuplls, and Hartford people was that of iMls but this year was a much greater onor book place Wednesday with InterStrother and Mr. Frank In every wiay. ment at New Lexington, Ohio. Rev. this onnlng the graduating exer- Roberta The work that is beng done in this wife, one daughter cises will be iul. After the program Smlthors, which took place at tho! Barnett leaves a and four sons, two brothers, Rav. O. the graduates, members of tho facul- heme of the bride's parents, atFords- - sahool Is wonderful and far reaching. W. Darnatt, of L03 Angeles, Cal., ty and the Alumni Association will vllle Tuesday evening of last weak Men and women from all parts of given a Uanqugt The ceremony was parfornwd Jjy Western Kentucky are attending this' Col. C. M. Barnett, of this city; and be principal of ifcv. J. T. Lewis, of the Fordsvllle great school, where they are taught Prof. 0. L. Shultz two slstera, Mrs. Matilda Tlnaleyand The bride Is the how to toach school, where thoy Mrs. Fannie Taylor of this city. Ool. Wast Kentucky Seminary, has accom- Baptist ohurch. daughler of Mrs. J. W. Strother, and are made to see what real teaching at- plished mny Ihlnss for the upbuild-Ingl.Barnett left Sunday afternoon to this sohool, during the past Isonoof the most popular young wom- Is. Perhaps It would be well to extend the services. nine, monihs, aH.iiftthe large audience en of the Fordsvllle vicinity. The plain what Is balng done in the Northat greeted tha pupils each evening groom Is a well-to-Young Men Entertain. business man mal that the public may, the maro attested In a aiaasure the high es- of the same plac. fully, apreolate the mertl3 of thw The young men of Hartford enterteem In whioh h Is lhld by the paschool. tained at Dr. Boans skating rink last Baseball Dope. trons of tin sokool. It Is the purpose of tlw3e (who are Friday evening with a masquerade parThs Hartford and Livermore teams ty. A pleasant evening was spent with Life Sentence for Wending. played in this city last Saturday, Many gama3, music and dancing. The Appellate Court has affirmed and the game was witnessed by a quaint costumes were originated and the masquoradera presented a fine appear-ano- e, the verdiol In th case of the com- large crowd of local fans. The score G to 11 In favor of tho visnearly every nationality and monwealth against Joseph Wndllng resulted who outraged and murdered little itors. style being reprasentsd. Among those elght-yav-o- ld Alma Kellnot, of LouisThe lineup for the ls'.tor3 was present were: Misses 'Beatrice Haynes ville last DACmher, To the surprise lows: batteries, Owen and King; 1 b Wlllye Smith, Stella Wojraer .Alma -R. b.rH.-" Fellxrir-S- b Violin for Sale. f Rlloy, Ozona Moeley, Margaret Mark's oC'pWlywryibody- Jwho kept E. trace of tie oasa from the ibaslnning Taylor; ssC. Spaulding; If E.' ThomAnyone wishing to buy a ftrst-ola- Winona Stevems, Mildred Elgin, Nora o as; r f B. Owen; c f Walwland, gfat rf with a life Violin call on B, T. Taylor (Bar- Wedding, Ruth Riley, Mettle RUey, WeHdling in the penitentiary, when tho The lineup for the visitors was, ber) Hartford, Ky. 42t4 Mary E. Felix, Louise Phlpps, Katie Mills, facte Is that he should have ben battouws Mosaley and Rlckard; 1 b Pendleton, Lucille Plrtle, Ina pay such a Payne; 2 b BeckW; 3 b Atherton; Will Lecture in Hartford. Luoille Taylor, Gladys Woolen, Win- hung, if anybody should Mr. Hunter C. Loake, of New Or- nie Slmmorman .Corlnna Woodward, peualty. His eaaa ,was Ukvii to the s s Rowan; r f Athentou; 1 f Gentry; leans will deliver an" Illustrated lec- Verna Duke, Effle Duke, Bdlth Duke, higher eoart and It has sustained c f Howley. ture at the court house in Hartford Daisy Wedding, Alice Keown, Fanny the finding of the Jury in the lower Innings 1 2 a i 5 6 7 .8 9 T HENRY LHAiQH. Hartford on Saturday night May 27. His Whlttlnghill, Myrtle Williams Lolla coutt. Supt. Ohio County Schools. Livermore subject will be "Alaska," through Magan, Early May Magan, Loralne Sul Good Report for Hartford Tent. Hrrors Moeeley 3; K. Atherton 1; which country he has traveled ex- longer, Bessie ColMns, Mattie Dpike, Mr. L. P. Foreman, secretary for Rowan 1; Felix 2; King 1; Taylor In charge of tho school to teaoh tensively and he will therefore talk Flora Taylor, Hud H. L. Gunther, and men and young women the real knowledge of his Miss Herndon, of' MaHenry. Messrs. the Hartford Tont Knights of the 3; B. Owun 2; O. Owen 2. Two base joung with hi tl mate Maccabees, r1wriid Sunday from hit Rayn. Bass on Balla of Owen science of teaching to ultimately make theme. The ivlews exhibited will be E. Y. Park, Henry Grllifin, Harry MaysvllI, Ky., whre he went as a 2; off Rlckard 1. Struck out iby Rlck a great professional force for the enFew people Hoover, Harold Holbrook, Darrell of his own selection. delegate tram the local Tent to at- ard 1G; by O. Owen 8. IH1')3 off tire State. The writer Is of the know of the wonders of this very Sydney Williams, Hoyt Taythat It Is Just as nooiixiry wonderful country, and the event lor, LeWils Riley, J. Ney Foster, O. T. tend the annual sosskm of the Grand Rlokard 7; off O. Owen 8. Left on ru-r- a Lodg. bases Livermore 8; Hartford 5. Um- for the child In tha most iviuotre u will be both interesting and educa- Burns, Calus Spauldiag,, Lee Robdistrict to bo taught by a good He xprew much appreciation In pire C. O. Hunter. Time two hours. tional. ertson, Will tillloaple. Estill Barnett, our NoGreak will play against Hantford teacher as It U for the children of The leokure will bo for the benefit Glenn Barnes, Shelby Stevens, Alex. getting to aiMii the convemtlon, and Mil Is justly ireud of the romarkable at Hartford ball ground at 1:30. to- graded schools and this Is what good of tho building fund of the Meth- Hudson, Jamos Gllleanle, Eetlll Thomschool Is trying to do Ualn a 1he Kartfowi Tent lias made. morrow aflfcernooH. odist Church, and tho entire pro- as, R. C. Hooker and Jesae Thorpe, of Ceralvo will play against Hartford teacher for all. The reont from all the Tents In ceeds outside of Incidental expenses, MoIUary, and Devart Moseley. Tuition Is free to all because it . tlw State "wre road .before the con- Saturday morning at 9)30 at HartCor will go that purpose. is desired that all have the privilege Notice. vention and Hartfcmd Tent had the ford. Leake will charge nothing for his expeuaasas Second team of Beavor Dam will of attending at as small All persons having claims against distinction of hawing the ibe9t avport visit or hla services as he has volof any Tent 1 tlia entire State. The play Hartford Saturday Meek atl:30 posulblo. unteered to contribute these to the the estate of the late W. L. Brown Some of the 'best men and women, generosity should be are hereby notlflod to present them local tent lasbed only four members at Hartfond . cause. His of this State and of other States are; average of gaining one appreciated by the people of Hart- properly proven t me In Hartford, of bavins an In chargo of the work and each ono Will Lecture At Centertown. ford and also owing to the excel- Ky., ononbafore July 1, 1911, or they member each month for the past W. A. Knave, W. O. W., or- of the many teachers Is fully alive InIodge3 In the large Mr. four yirs'. Ttie lence of the purpose he shoud be will be barred. Also all persons to the responsibility devolving upaccorded a crowded house. A small debted to Bald estate will b requir- otties did no have suoh a good re- ganiser, of Louisville, will lecture up on him. admission feo will be charged, ed to make payment at an early date port as title, aid many favorable on Woodcraft at the Masonic Hall Then another nemarkablo thing la couunnts rwre mni about th Hart- at Centertown Saturday night. Everyto save coat whtoh will enable everybody to In this school is .the enthuaiaani: ford Tont TMs Tnt was organized body Invited. . 43t4 H. E. BROWN, Admr. the entire dtagjj, which permea Ing force and student body. You toel Wool Growers. Notice All persons having wool pledges and know at once that it is a real, please send thorn in at once, ay there a moving force that carries you for. ,mjaa-- efi are prospects for a sale In the nqar ward, willingly and reslstlasdy, to n ' 'udm "i' ii v iii' i ii i an hi 'i mil 'i fur imm mill if ' - "" bettor thlugs to lilgher Ideals of llfo. future. i Send pledges toD. M. Stewart, Hart- It produces a condition In ths mind' la which one can, in the lmmagiiia-tlo- n, ford, Ky. see far enough into the future lo Pror. Thomas if." Smith, of when the conditions surrounding ohlltf attended tho Commencement will ibe almost perfect, resulting exercises here Wednesday evening aud life In, a higher and nobler manhood atut returned home Thursday afternoon. womanhood and consequently a greatThe foktwlng marriage license have er country, for upon the greatness at been issued since our last report: W. the people depends the greatness of ' J, Hicks, 20, to Viola Hamilton, 1G, tji Nation. -bath of Hartford. L. S. Smith, G2, Men anil women ar.i trained .mt Beaver Dam, to Altha Adkins G5 Ifo bo worthy moral and social leaders -- J n': , i,t. v sakC" Lonis Cook, Arnold 23, to as weu ua inceiibciuni icauers. ytsiusauetn umory, 21, ualzetown. There may bo some question as to Mclioan county grand Jury has whether It ii right to spend so much' turned into the circuit court Indlot-meu- ts In the erection of so many buildings against elghteeu of the alleg- for tho normal but If you could sjo hat is Deign done and then go out i ed iiartlclpants in tho mob at it Vf.t which lynched WUUan Pot- Into tho schools of the county and n ter colored, on April 20. Potter had State as tlio writer has where' It is shot and seriously wounded a young plain to see that it Is returned to the people dollar for dolwhlto man, Claronco Mitchell. The alleged leaders of tho mob were lar In the education of their children throe I any Indicted separately and oach isi charg- It would not be a question ' longer. Ined with murder. It is a blankot A suitable description of tthe ullJi dictment against 15 others, und they " are all charged with aiding and abbet I Ins would ibe hard "to Eire. Tho. main tlug tho three loaders and as being M (Continued On Eighth Pago ) ciMSorles before thJ fact. nt ls Mi-vTu-jslj- y prepara-tory"diHrtm.jof do ss sen-teno- ?iP 1001026015 12022105x11 Sul-leng- on M-r- , .,"" lSSOHartford College . ii - 1QU. ' HRK$3)$ l&CIMM m&M C n'' Madl-sonvll- MAiE&)i8ft sjEyra jxnHj,i;l'fTJ-,.,- VwrSv VtKi& - jVA ry, KrgaBliiiiiMiBiiMM i5Cl' :BfiKnMiKKKKKKKIHKHi Nt'Vv K&sSi. mBMBBEShBjBBB .'l TMiiMiiMMi " Llv-ermo- I M it,.!. a ', Fy n r V, ? r V I !i I ravages of field mtoe aad rata whllo METHMSTMAY the peanuts are la the steak. . The standard of exoeiieso) In tho NEIGE BRANCHES upon Beaaut mriw!d is always-fcaaed- . d stock btrt are noVextewslvely nsed calls your attention IqV comparative statement There are machines thatiwill pickfrom Unificatioa Flan Aeiag Discussed the vines 250 to 600 bushels of mito of his bank as of March 7, 1911, made to tho Demand for The in Conference at MiiMt-vil- le a day. Take One As tho peanuts como from the hands comptroller of tho currency, and of same dato rata This Wetic. Increasing:. of the pickers or from the machines they have more or teas dirt adhering 1910, which shows an increase of more than to tha pods. The extent to which Take II to Growing Well Tried Hints as .Chattanooga, Term., iMay 8. For the pods must lw cleanod and graded Easr will depend upon the use to which tho purpona of considering plans for Famous This put. If for vending purposes the federation of three great firancho3 they are but If for shelled nuts very little of IMoahodlam, the MehitodlstProtest-an- t To gat tha beat of Backache Pea. Church, the M3thodtet Hplscopal work will be accessary to prepare Get a Bex of March 7, 1911. March 7, 1910. Church and the Mettiddlet Episcopal them for the sholler. MSOURC&S. RESOURCES. tto: Church, South, a subcommittee of a When the peanuts are received The peanut crap of tho UaiVad Loans and Discounts....! 754,753.71 Loans and Discounts ..J 837,937.31 commission representing the $12.- - the farmer at ithe faotory they are Joint Anti-Pevi- n Statoa for 1908 was valued at 640.39 Qveniratta 708.02 Overdrafts 000,009, and tho aroa of cultivation weighed and then removed to the top three denominations mot blere at 11 U. 8. Bonds and Otherwise Backacke PreU. S. Bonds and Pre-ano floor. From thore durinsj the clean- o'clock this morning. The Joint com'and tho value of the product May (at tha beat ef yew 181,146.53 231,905.91 miums ing process they descend by gravia-tlo- n mission consists of twenty- - sjvn steadily lacrvKuins. BaaaAdug House,. Fund- - Nothing disturbs the human Banking IIouso, Furnl- and graders, members, each church bong represent throush the facs Hho common lxjanut originally caret system more than pain whether 20,000.00 turo and Fixtures .... 22,000.00 tare and Fixtures .. probably .from tropical America Pea- - are tumbled nl the polishing drums ed by nina commissioners and Kb first it be in the form of headache, $80,465790 69,856.08 Caeh Cash quantity of marble dust session will too held Wednesday to . backache, neuralgia, stomachache nuts were Introduced into itha United with a small Due from Due from or the pains peculiar to women. States Jn thu day3 o( the Colonies. to whiten and polish the pctis and receive and act on ithe report of the ; Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills are a Banks Banks subcommittee. Botanlcally, the peanut Wongs to the they are passed on standard remedy for pain, and and U.-and U. The federation movement was begun group of plants as txsans and belts between Uses of women who same are praised by a great army of 157,033.11 87,183.03 S. Tineas. 3. Trow., 97,084.43 178450.33 poas, but the peanut matures Its fruit pick out the foreign mattxe and In- at .the general conference, of jtheMeth-cdis- t men and women who have used Episcopal Church, South, at soil, ferior nuts and finally the nuts drop them for years. or nut under the 6urfaoe of the $1,115,683.74 $1,268,702.50 A friend was dowa with LaGrippe Memphis In 1891, when the commisnot above ground, ns do most othor Into bags on the lower floor . and nearly crazed with awful backache, LIABILITIES. LIABILITIES. .Nat more than live or six distinct sion jwpw3enttng that dano;minatlon legumlous plants. Pill and lft .leave her one Aati-Pal- a Capital Stock $ 250,000.00 Capital Sofc another for her. to take. They helped ...$ 250,000.00 Properly speaking .the peanut Is a varieties of the peanut are grown in was created. Later similar 'commis her rlcht away, aad the says the will 2,600.00 Surplus Fund Surplus Fund 6,50p.00 pea rather than a nut ithe term "nut" the United States but these few .va- sions were appointed by- - the two other never be witafat them affain." 7,916.23 12,694.68 Undivided Profits Undivided Profits .. .. Mas. G. H. Wats, Austlnbiwjr, O. having been added on account of its rieties represent at least three sepa- churches and three held a mooting at 180,000.00 Circulation 230,000.00 Circulation .. .. , At all druogltta 29 dot 25 oant. flavor, whlch is similar to that of rata types, Including and the larger Baltimore last December. ' MILES MEDICAL 60., Elkhart, Ind. Deposits C75.167.5l Deposits' .' .. .. .. 770,607.82 of At that time a subcommittee many of the true nuts. The peanut poidad or Jumbo peas the Spanish Is known under the local namw of and the African both email podded bhree from each commission' was ap$1,116,683.74 $14108,702.50 goober, goober pea .plndar, ground- - peas. These types are suoamuea in pointed to Inquire- Into the causes to bunch and runner peas. pea and groundnut of the allenattion, of three brahchia3 of of all bank failures ar caused by employes bor-7- 7 The Virginia bunch Is a large pod Methodism and to formulate and pre wrote a letter Indicating the names of QQ Dam VfCIll TJie cultivation of the peanut for rowinff too much of the bank's capital. NONE commercial purposes .has until com- ded variety, with usually two and sent a plan for unification. This com fifty-fou- r scholars for the prepara- of the employes in the rooontly bee n confined sometimes three seeds in a pod, and mittee met In Cincinnati! learly in tion of the volume, and Instructed paratively, chiefly ito areas in Virginia, Tonnes-se- e the Virginia runner Is also a large che present year and agrped- upon a the bishops Ihenaver a that .the CaroUnas and Georgia, but podded variety, with pods and peas tentative plan of federation, which living of twenty pounds .became in recent yoars the industry has be- very similar to those of the Virginia will he submitted to the commission vacant, they should Inform his majesty can borrow one cent out of that bank. Make the United States National throughout come established the bunch. at Its meeting here thisweek. The of the circumstance in Order that he your banking home. It will loan you money or pay interest on time The Spanish peanut is a email .pod- meeting of the subcommittee, and of might recommend one ctf the transla- deposits. South Atlantic States and westward DIRECTORS. to and Including California, The ded variety, containing usually two the committees are 'being held be- tors to the patron- - This was pracE.T.Franks, J. W. McCulloch.J. T. Griffith, John THncrON.C. E. Birk, In a ped, entirely "filling it hind closed doors. requirements of the peanut climatic tically all that the king ever did on J. J. Sweeney, Lawson Reno, Henry Wile, Dr Aretaeus Kirk. aro a long season without frost, a coi The peas of this variety are rich in Among Abie prominent imen taking behalf of the translation that bears paratlvely light rainfall during the oil. Methopart In the conference' are: his name, although tho translators The Tenn,B5e red Is also a small dist Church South, Bishops A. W. very magnanimously, gave to his majgrowing period abundant sunshine podded varlty, similar to the Span- Wilson, Bal&'smore, and E. E. Hoss, esty and a high tomperature. the glory. A good grade of sood Is just as Im- ish except that the pods are longer, Nashville; Collins Denny, Nashville; The Bible (Greek Ta Biblia he portant "with the poanut as with corn sometimes containing five or six iwas Dr. W. J. Young ranvllle, Va., F. M. Book) Is the name given by Chrysos-towheat or any other crop. The very crowded together. Thomas, Louisville; C. M.- Bishop, in the fourth century to that Tho Valencia is a now variety in- Wichita Falls. Tex., Judge MiL. Wal collection of sacred writings nercog- best peanuts of the previous season's crop should 1 selected for seod, and troduced from Spain, similar In many ton,. .Woodatcck ,Va., nlzcd by Christians as the documents of these only the most mature and respects to the Tennessee rod, hut of Tex. .and W. B. StuBbs Savanah, Qa, .of their divinely revealed religion. rs? Methodlst-FjplscopChurch-7-Blsho- p perfect peas should be used. In plant much better qualty. It Is divided Into the Old Testament Ing the large-po- d The African or North Carolina Is Cranston, Washington, D; tCi, J. A. and varieties it is dethe New Testament. The Cathosirable that tlw seed its shelled. The a variety that is much grown In Africa Patton, Chabtanooge, K. wi- - Miller lic accept certain books of the Old planting machines now In general for oil proluction. The pod U of and J. M. Walden, Cincinnati, and L. Testament which the Protestants reuss are adapWd to hanUHng the shell medium size, and generally contains B.- Wilson, .Philadelphia. be made, using, $&, best above yield ject as Appocryphal. :.. MtttiwaiaUPtetanDriii'C ed seeds only, and when planting two poas scawtlmes three. 1. alFor vending purposes, where the Lewis, Westminster, Md.t X. sM,rSJn-ning- s, pods with whole there 13 fertilizers -- in seed selec- Caught in the Rain. ways a doubt regarding their bolng peanuts are roasted and sold from PlttsiUurg, Pa., Rr S. Harris, well Jllled, and a oor stand may re- stores and fruit stands and pushcarts HerUieraen, N. C, and J ,J. Barge, At Douglasville, Tex. "Five years ago, tion, sult, further, podn containing two the large podded varieties", including ianta. I was caught In the rain at the or more seeds will produce more than Virginia bunch and Virginia runner, wrong time," iwrltes Edna Rutherford, one plant in a bill, causing a waste are most in demand. Saved Her Own Life. the crop.; of Douglasville, "and from that time, -- . of seed and a- - crowding together of But by no means the least value us was taken with dumb chills and feTecumseh, Okla "i hellqve," Bays the plants, and finally whole se--l of the paeaut Is as a forage crop, in Mrs. Eliza Epperson, of this place, vers, and suffered more than I can Is slower in germinating ttian shelled Georgia and the Gulf States the pea"that. If It hadn't been for Oardul I toll. I tried everything that I thought nut Is extensively used for planting 1 would have beien dead seed. Before would help, and had four doctors, na - With the Spanish varlvty tho case i the alleys between the rows of corn. I began using Cardui, I suffered from but got no relief. I took Cardui, the quite different, as tho pods are After the earn is pulled cattle are turn pains in the head, shoulders', v hack woman's tonic. Now, 1 feel bettor, High-Qrac- ta flllod, the orowdlng together ed In to eat the' fodder of the pjanut side, limbs and the lower part Of my than In many mouths." Cardui does of tlie plants is of no sreat disad- tops. one thing and does It well. That's body. Cardui helped me more than vantage, and the tuw days' extra time Following tha cattle the land is anything, and I am now in bettor? the secret ot Us CO years of success. ryqulml lor erm lint ten Is of little pasturedbyhogstaclaanupverythiigfealUl ama taldng h tfiatf. for Try Cardui. conequnce. Many growers of the that rema.ns. Jn this way most of tour yeara... Nobody can deny..tbat Spanish p'.unut soalc the unbhelUd the nitrogen stored up by the pea the best donic a woman to take Is a (the fertilizers made), nuts roots is left in the soil. Throug tonic for women they will nuts In wat:r provious to planting. Cardui. iPlease' I When the peanut crop Is harvostod out that portion of the Southern Sta- try It. 5. the .vlnja are, under ordinary cir- tes where field corn does not yield a For Infants and Children. this excellent you to deal a cumstances, plowud .from tho ground satisfactory crcp, tho place of corn "Wet" Counties Fill Kentucky Tha Kind You Hava Always Bought and afterward sjpa;utud from the sail for feeding to animals may be largely Prisons. ., you, as explained new by hand, llauliid tlw digger or plow taken by the peanut. On some ranchBears the During thb two yeara 1909 and a gang of workmen sbnkothe vines es where a large number of animals Signature of rtc&tx free from the soil and throw, them In are keptthe Spanlth peanut, Includ- 1918, there was practically no change ing the en'lro plant, Is practhxtfly the In tho "wot" and "dry" terrtorjrof tmiall bundjs. Kentucky. During thos3 two .yiars Read this and Then Cut it Out. only Special ntaclilnas aro now being usad. of by dealer, us Many growers throughout the pea- our prison records show that 'rthe which aro Intended- - to dig, I BUY AT HOME 'clean and bunch the peanuts, and nut area follow the practice of plant- "wot" counties sent one convict: to Because my interests are here. address. by on machine it Ja posalbto to aov-- ing suveral acrts of Span kill pea- ihe satte prisons for every 808", of Because the community that Is population, while th ''dry" nuts and disposing of all the bettor their the main root of tlw peanut Just good onough for me to live In Is below where the pods are formed, an grade peas to some Tactory for Shell- counties only sont one for every ,1,'-8- good enough for iue to buy In. SALES OFFICES '? of their populaton. thus 'leave much of tho aooumulated ing purposes the ivlnw. and poorly Becouoa I 'believe In transacting ' Richmond, Va. Charleston, S, C nitrogen in the sol. The peanut plan filled pods being fed to farm aniA Father's Vengeance business with my friends. Norfolk, Va. Baltimore, Md. ln common with otlier leguminous mals. would hawi fallen on any one who;at-tacloe-d (Because I iwiant .to oo itho goods. Columbia, Oa. Atlanta, Ga. plants has the power of collt-ctinThe peanut Industry is large and thu the son ot Peter Bondy of Sout Because I want to get what I buy Savannah, Ga, Montgomery, Ala. ' Infree nitrogen of tho atmosphero and growing. Further facts about It, Rookwood, Allch., but he was power- when I pay for it. Columbia, S. C. Memphis, Tenn. storing It In little nodules on the cluding Information regarding soil less before attacks of Kidney 'trouBecause my home dealer "carries" Durham, N. C. Shreveport, La. -- nts and the preparation of the ble, "Doctors could not help httn," ho me whon X am shonL v foots. For this reason, the peanut Wimton-SalerAlexandria, Va. H.C. ono of the moro dcslrablo of soil soli and the use of foriilii'.ers and wrote, "so at last we gave hlmEiec-tri- c "BecauBa every dollar I spend "at Jls renovating and plants. the ways ot cultivation and about the Bittern and "he Improved wonder- home staya at home and helps work , After tho peanut vines are loosen- - various kinds of peanuts and their fully from taking six ibottlos. Itathe for tho wolfane of tho city. : oi from Uie aoll they areallowtJd to special characteristics and properties beet Kidney medicine I over saw," "" 'Because the nun I ibuy from pays Jle In small buuclxa or are spread and uses and tho extent to which theyj Backache Tired feeling, Nervousriesb, his part of the town, county and "iipon ithe ground for throe or four may advantageously be used for d Loss ot Appetite, state &ax&3, worn of KIdney-Yro- u purposes may be found In Farm- ble jiours, and tluxi tiiay are packed in Because the man I buy ifroin gives that may end In dropsy, ditwti ,t small stacks around a central stake ers Bulletin 431 Issued Wy the United or Brlght'e disease. iBeware: 7irka value received always., to cure. The essentials In caring for States Department of Agriculture. Because the man I buy from helps Electric Bitter and the safe. Hrery tlw crop during the curing period bodtle guaranteed. BOc at all drugjtta, support my school, my. church, my Work Brought Exhaustion. . are that the vnuia shall be kopt in battle guaranteed. 50c at aHrckg lodg.) and' my home. Adel, Ga. "For three years" writes gists .ismall stalkn shall have an abundanco Because when 111 luck, misfortune at' ; of air, and shall be protected from Mrs. C. J, Itentz, "I Buffered wRh or beneavemewt ,omea the man I buy The Bible We Use.. Jjuo vreiatW and Injury from animals. female troubles. When I would lie ; from la here (with hi kindly oxpres-sloa- g I 'Cpwilng to the fleshy nature of the down, I could hardly breathe. ot gneeUng, his word ot cheer, The ifercentennary of the wns-- . MANUFACTURED Y '.etema, they euro slowly and ana Ha could not do any work without bobig lation of the Into the ErWi. and hto pookftMbook, U need be. I took Cardui according known as the jcing James "plo ito mlldow If traced In large lots exhausted. 1 live and hero I buy. Vettea. Jtere Dy the small stalk method the podi to directions, and now. I can do all a'ml whlcjh l usod in tho ohMwa I BUY AT JIOMJ3. .are placed near the center and around my work, and' do not suffor at all." and the honvi of jnost ot ihBHg-llsh-apoaklno YOU? u a k the stake, whiero there is an upward Cardui hat brought health and Pro'joiatants, oellMd f5 ' elrouUttou of air and general praboo-- 1 to thousands of weak women. In the city churches 'la3t Sunday BRlksa at Cold Steal, PC.rT. It acks oa the causo of Women's back y tlOH. The King JamoV Version wasW-geitc- d "I wouldn't M a dootar aut '' aches, headaches, nervousness, dinag-gln- g J?anut for markqt should bo cured at a conference ot rhiiirkMi'lii ' foot off," said H, D. Bly, Baatett, O., sensations, weakness and mis Hampton bourt la January, 16M??bV. "aitliuJi a horrible, ul&r bad. 'ln the.,MJwkiat( least tur&i or our iba of my Mte for four jvars. V W .vwka txtorq litckli: 'If the iod4 ery.' It, relieves;, it cures, TJX UaoioU, ri eauneut P,ujlfeui-gjuted Mm C-. are sot well 'protected In stacking, It Bueklea's.Arla galvs, . a eew translatlo-B- , aad: iatt Iwrtiad I though opposed by the UUhop If Lea-do- n, a&4 my toot was eooa eawgiluWfcy piany will ho dastroyod by tlw com- m Tke TrodMce Man was sanetlouad toy King Jaatm. awed." IUta Surw, Boras, Bolts, Bor boh crow. In soiao sections It la FOR FLETCHER'S Ckjw, Su- necessary o plek & early as pottsU ArranguBints were TKigoti at omm ia BrutoM, Moania, carry out buo uoojdct, and tli Mag iwt PiU cure. 36 at alt dmgtota m I ble to praveat hoa,vy low from the THE VALUE UNCLE FPEANOfS SAI band-p!cko- c9 "Gober" nil , tbn Xu $150,000.00 In One Year Dr. Miles' M Pills slowly-cnovln- g '. ..' - 1C1 C'ani - United States National Bank se-.d- s m 100 al Bushels of Corn Per Acre Easy by can addition to your best the - . -- The proper planting, and thorough working of Use "" to-da- y. Virginia-Caroli- C-- Fertilizers and yield; but CASTOR A best help get great depends upon in our fe-?- FARMERS' YEAR BOOK. This you can get on request your sending or er your name and 82 -- ftftAAAftftAftftftft2ftAftMHftftftSMMJlfti9 for-ag- 1 Jones &rQL4f PURE ANIMAL MATTER S -- I FERTILIZERS I LOUISVILLE), .- t Dl-bl- a . ng hap-plne- Jones Fertilizer Co. j4ie H GhllJren Cry .ul W. E. FOR BALE BY CASTORI A 1-- . 'e.W-;ji- PiU, ELLIS.KY, 5 rt HARTFORD t X ;MMHn($ s. -- mm. 77W. iMOitW ,1.. J n Ml v a mos: comfortable kitchen, seat. CLEANING A LIGHT COAT. HOUSEHOLD HELPS. A light coat that has become soiled m be cloanyjj cheaply at home. Take (A Special Department for Our a largo lump of salt and lay It on a Housekeepers. Contributions paper in the oven till wr,m. Place ,.,x? " tho coat on an ironing board braik Accepted.) otf-- i piece cf tlie salt and rub the, eeW" until tho hot coat is soiled. Contlnuo until tho coat lcofos clean. Hang ona clothes llnenndbruvh with To kill lice on an, ivy plant, .wrap acloan brush until every' particle of Tho Kind You Ilaro Always Bought, and which has heen a piece of old oilcloth around the salt has disappeared. in uso for over 30 years, has borno tho Rlgrnaturo of crock to prevent rilrt getting into'tho and has been mndo under his pcr- Her Life a Burden. water, tic it, and immerse the wholo sonal supervision filnco its infancy. frf--1- ' plant in a 'bathtub of water anddrov Ratcllff, Tex. In a letter from Rat-cltf- f, Allow no ono tortecelvo volt ill this. peats. Keep the plant under water the Mrs. Mattlo Campbell says, "My but All Counterfeits, Imitations and'Just-ns-good"ar- o long encugh to kill all insect life. fooalth was very bad. 1 suffered unExperiments that triflo with and endanger tho health of Making paper cones and placing flwim told misery every month, and at times Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. CARDS '.. ovor plants, and iburnlng out of sul- I wished for death to end my suffer-Ing.fphur in a dish under the cone will life was a burden to me. I kill lice on liardier plants, but it tried Cardul, and it helped me right ' POSTCARDS .ENVELOPES requires more dclloate leaves for away. Cardui has stopped my suf Csstorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Parewhich reason drowning ithe Tests is toting, mado life worth living, and is Pleasant. goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. best. filled my home with Joy and hapcontains neither Opium, Morphino nor other Narcotio BILLHEADS Fasten several brass screw eyes piness." If you suffer as Mrs. Camp destroys Worms substance. Its ago is its guarantee. above the ibathrcom sink ,and they bell ' did, Cardul will certainly help V cures Diarrhoea and "Wind and allays Fcvcrislmcss. make a most convenient holder for you," as It did her. Why not try Colic. relieves Teething' Troubles, cures Constipation LETTER HEADS -ibotter rnlly than the it? C-- U assimilates tho Food, regulates tho and Flatulency. i twop-ron- g hooks for the purpose. Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. - "'-One of the jrlocst and cleanest pie Kentucky Fair Dates. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. STATEMENT HEADS boards Is. made of a square of slate The following aro the dates fixed roofing. It is cool and can be kept for holding the Kentucky Fairs for ALWAYS I scrupulously clf&n. 1911 as far as reported. Officers, of LABELS ,Y.; CIRCULARS In Tlping bands from old dresses, fairs are roquesied to report to us Bears the Signature of fasten the dress to tho machine un- any ommisslons or correction of dates der the presserfoot uplift the fold days. .Versailles, August '" STOCK FORMS : BOOKLETS and cut with a sharp knife along Lexington, August days. .the edge of tho fold. This prevents " Uniontown, August 8 S days. cutting of the dress, If t!he knife is ' Vanceburg, August, 9 1 days. CATALOGUES ORDER BLANKS - V threads will adhere to the fold and Lawrcnceburg, AugU6t 154 days. can be qnlok,ly removed and all Lcltchfield, August 15 4 dayis. threads will adhere to the fold and Burksville, August 15 4 days. DEED BLANKS MORTGAGE BLANKS not the dress. A whisk broom will Brodhead, August 10 3 days. soon scatter what threads .remain on Fern Creek, August 16 4 days. In , the garment. Shepherdsvllle, August 22 4 days. THC CCNTAUH COMPANY, TT MUHHAV STPKCT. NC1N YORK ClTf. R10E WAFFLES. London, August 22 i days. Erranger, August 23 1 days. One cup boiled rice one pint of milk, e, Gormantown, August 24 3 days. two eggs one scant tablespoonful Nlcholasfville, August 29 3 days. onehalf tcaspooniful soda, one Somerset, August 29 3 days. toaspoonful cream tartar. Flour for Bardstown, August 304 days. batter, to bake In waffle irons. l 1 Paris, September 4 6 days. APPLE SALAD. Estimate on Your Next Work. Let Us Submit Montlcello, September 5 4 days. Cut Into small dices some tant apAll Work Guaranteed. Alexandria, September 5 5 days. ples and in same way treat half as Mount Olivet, September 5 1 days much celery. Remove the seeds from Hogenville, September C 3 days. as many Malaga grapes as you have Sondere, September 6 1 days. celery and chop the same amount of Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, English walnuts. Mix the Ingredients September 116 days. and dress iwitth 'mayonnaise or a fruit Horse Cave, September 20 4 days. salad dressing. Mayifield, September 27 1 days. No. (INCORPORATED) 5.1. CRANBERRY PUNCH. Prepare a rich, well sweetened cran berry jelly, being careful In straining WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE 8T COSY. that all fthe seeds ore removed. To a quart of Jelly add tho Juice of one BUCKBEE'S BULBS SUCCEED! ' lemon and a tablespoonful of gelaESPECIAL OFFER: ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, rMad la bnllA New Bb1bca. A1 tine which has heenr soiakid in cold ' trlilulll nukA Tan & txrm&iiciit cub- ' water, melted in hot water and strain ' inmr. Hatlif action ffaaraiiUd orionx HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME fef mtiHaH. nnn ' r.1l..llA..ltCbtMBuItatattla commodatlonis, and tickets sold at e.1. Add enough cold water to make aouvcuir- uiici.iiuaM .i,iUMM,h, utftM Hrtdsifc. Ftttfer Ui' i&MhiUalMutlMMui GOOD NEWS FOR aibove rate will be accepted in chair two quarts, then turn Into a freezer , lit. Bftak Irfe.MlUf, Itwili, 1 OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD I UtfetfpHaf - Serve in punch, shenbert parlor and sleeping cars to freeze.Vmm iMHtnlwUi Ptrvls TUp, r&nvl Tultp, VtrkMd cars ateo-i- n jswaa iunuhi, ii raltetf TW10. UillH, mm v BE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN MEMBERS OF EQUITY upon (payment of regular .tariff charg- or champalgne glasses. X niTAAANTF.ED TO PT.EASK Mention thlt Pmptr Write to'dty PEANUT WAFERS. ed for parlor Bleeping an najteB. HBND 2B CBNT8 REACH. For further iniormutton call on or Chop equal measurements of pea MTWMUCftdpMklKftd NMif tbUTkllUbl Mlltlatt ......-- , - .w wj ,... I ixtivm rM)rH telephone, iwui nm nuts and dates togethern Moisten the BattltuU Bun, ami riMi mK Will be Fooled More Tobacco twMMfiil I J. E. WILLIAMS, Agent, In CommtmormtloB lngredlenta with melted currant Jolly VI. f.ll.ALn LT... ans ! iiuipt"""miiiioti,bill uumm kuiMti flmMITJl, vr'RS r wvmhv )4ITIBlftl Beaver Dam, Ky. and spread a generous layer on salt . This Year Than in For(IMf 111! SMI IMM ilU innw, . ihji nriavv ht ed wpifers. These wafers are excel lHi W. BUCkbCO S0CXP0RS, ILL. Sick headache results from a disor- lent to serve with fruit salaide. mer Years. dered condition of the stomach, and CORN PUDDING. can be cured 'by the use of ChamberRemove the husks and silky threads W.-good lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Tr Oalboun, Ky. May from a dozen cars of corn. Cut down m mdwa in owning In from all sections it. For sale by all druggists. the center of each row of kernels r.t Mc nivx.n, River District A, S. of E with a sharp knife and scrape the Seed Corn Worth $4 per Ear. ison that the totocco pooled this cup of exceeding the pools ot forProf. Wheeler of the Ohio State pulp free from the cob. To the Is tor very Impress pulp thus obtained, add two eggs, University, in an effort to mer years and with this two tabklspoonfuls of meltdd butter, For All Diseases of mjws we have It ifrom very upon farmers the Importance of testreliable source that dn several of the ing their seed corn, uses the follow- two cups of milk, salt to taato and two tablespoonfuls ot sugar. Stir the The best tonic. Curative Quick Rollef and Core for Head counties of the BurleyTterrifory that ing significant illustration: "0a ear lngrodluits together thoroughly and Medicine for theso disDizziness, ache, Bacftache, they can do even hotter than we haVe of corn af average size has about 800 eases. 50c. Guaranteed, & Malaria, etc. they can pool yu grains each of .which should produce bake in a moderate oven. done hero add that PARSNIPS AU GRA1TIN. per cent Now up to recently tbepco a Stalk bearing an ear. This would Ile In. thfe Burley District haw been mean 800 ears, or ahout eight bushels. Boll two large parsmlpis. until tendkeeping still tor as soma say they which, at CO cents a toushiel .would er; slice. Butiier a deed baking dish Not counting the and arrange layers of parsnips and thought that if they, pooled the 19U sell for ?4.00. arly It would haw a labor of caring for the crop, that is cracker crumbs alternately until dish tobacco too teadency to advance the price just what each ear of seed corn is worth. Is full. Sprinkle each layer with salt at the- time of year that might cause It requires Just as much labor to and popper, and dot with bits of buta much larger crop to be planted thar plant a poor ear of corn as it does to ter. Cover well with cracker crumbs would have been had tow prjots pre plant a good one, and the poor one and fill the dish with hot milk. Cover ve does not give anything In return for the dish and bakei in a hot oven for vailed till planting itlme; and we they are convct; the itlmo and work. cover twonty minutes; romavo the that In, this and sprinkle generously with grated but, now It appears that those' peoJ. M. Howell, a popular druggist of cheese. Put hack In the oven ami ple Willi gut busy and that In the net weeks the Hurley District inay Greonsburg, Ky., eays, "We use Cham bake a golden brown. few for the 'launch- berlain's Cough Remedy in our own be a very "busy CREAMED PARSNIPS. completion ot the Pool of household and know it is excellent." ing and Peel quarter arid cut parsnips into m For sale by all druggists Burley tobacco; cubs. .Cook in salted water until ten- -' S. B. ROBBRTON -' Deafness Cannot be Cured. dor; drain. Cream one tablespoonful State Sbcretary, A. S. of E by local applications, as they dannot ot flour and one tablespoomful of "mel I 7. reach the diseased .portion of the ear. ted butter. When well blended add There Is only one iway to cure deaf- one large cupful of milk put over fre FOR FLETCHER'S Have you a good supply on hand, or isn't it about time to take your next order ness, and .that is by constitutional anid str well untl sauce Ills thick (Deafness Je caused iby an and creamy. Salt and pepper totasto remedies- to the printer? Inflamed condition of the mucous lin- and pour over parsnips In serving Look, now, and see if it isn't time to get a new supply of Letter Heads, .EnvelLitConfederate Veteran Reunion ing of the Eustachian Tube. When dish. opes, Statements or Bill Heads, and if you are short on anything, send an order to CREOLE PARSNIPS. tle lock, Ark., May 15-1- 8, 1911. tills tufbe is Inflamed you have ammb parsnips In salted waPare and boil bearing, and The Republican. Itar he above occasion the Illinois ling sound or Imperfect lengthwise Railroad Company ortert rate when it is entirely closed, Deafness is ter until well dose. Out If you have used printed matter done by us, you naturally will come here when Oastral in loag, narnojw strips. Arrange in a BeftV the rwwK, and unlet the inflammatrip at 40.10 fcw tie round you have need for anything in our line, and there's a reason. If you have never largo baking dish, sprinkle generousKy., ticket on sate May 13, tion oau be taken, out add, tbta tuba er Dan. had The Republiwn do the" work, suppose you get in the habit. We do the satisfacrestored to Its oawnal eoBdWlon, hear ly with brown stfgar, dot with butter, 14, m1 IMA, 1911, only. add water to About half cover and tory kind of printing and binding. No Job is ever delivered in a shoddy, careless foiwer; original Fie! return limit' Xo reach May 23, log will ba destroyed oaueed by nine bake until coated with a thick brown Cat manner. . Gases out of tea ana . trtarUeg point net toter tfeea syrup. At The Republican office you get real satisfaction," and pay no more for the an atteasloo of Umttis arrto, which lx nothing but an, Inflam1,911, unU . TOWHL SOX.. , ed eoaditloa of the sauououa surfaces. work here than you do elsewhere. drop us If there are no drawers for holding of We taUl glva Ona, Ihuwlned (DiUars erf. Ntum .portion A representative will call upon you if you wll the'offic, by 'phone r ,, rr . p wtth" for any ease of Deatfiese (aauwed by the surplus' stock of VHah towels, hold jwrotaeer "Uoisa fey' a card. Soeolal Aget, 115 catarrh) that anaei be ourey by ers, cleaaiBC clothes and the like which J. X. Hmnncwnin, MB should alwfty0be l retdtaees, (et a .beater mt LHtle VmVf mU pay- - Hall's Catarrh Cure. Bead for wooded fepx, hlgti aueb to make a free. . U,Kieitoa toeat at fee of seat; eosafonUbto O. turlsh 'with 4 F. J. CHBNBY ft CO return JBr We eMelaei ', on hiugee pad attter, has u '1 At emA SMA't laDruMtiito, 16c) AftTeW rMk orWwil atwtteitfreeiaet eaceac eac.vaBBL fc'w with dealai. th ' ter tkB Jwm IViMli. a cuMaWe rseeptafcta This r Mretcta a- H& TW. Ml r t LET US PRINT YOUR NOTEPADS mwwccwNSJccNNCw'ccs ttcJU4ii -- S or What is CASTOR! A It It It It It blotters" It I .programs' 'shipping tags tooth-ibrush- GENUINE fe. V 22 76 Y He cXT Use For Over CASTOR A Kind You Haie Always Bought 30 Years. Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable. tHH THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Jfcioo 22 THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co. Hartford, Ky. BULBS 1 1 i ' mm ' I i .., 4 !. Il J E.G.BARRASS. Manager! " '"! i SURE CURE LEGTRIC Inditiop. STOMACH, OUTERS Liver Ki'dnets V YYYYYYYYYYY he-llo- YYYYYYYYYYYYX t H Your Office Stationery H Y it w Chlirn cry CASTORI A f"3 Y Y Y Y Commercial Forms, Etc. ft Y I 7 St. 3 ft ' - 4oU r!el clr-euU- ra, lit - liit Tol, tettn JjL A VjLejuaKBBkejej ke artford Republican. .' erptala one m. w- tend reorMl5 to lw at tk rertofflc mH Miter ol . th moobiJ Mtrtterd, Ky., C. M. BARNETT J. NEY FOSTER ., thM. the day. (hi we rttwoa h did not go 4o the Derby at Louisville laM Saturday Tvas that h irtts saving up for eomwenoemiewt and Ice organ ewppcr this wok. Nothing like patronizing home Indnstrlcfl. BREEZY NEWS FROM FORDSVILLE William Royal Dead livWMrfr&'b'fr'frip'friPiF' laid Boys ,iH'&H,rl?rJ'4w4t,l:'i I are authorized August. W. 8. Dean a candidate for Representative The ball game last Saturday was to the office of Assembly of Ken- "punk" hut the declsone of Umpire In the next General tucky, subject to the action of the Owen Hunter were never questioned. Republican party. The Hartford hoys iwho are attending college will soon begin to "roll society whirl. Mexko: Let us have peace; but In" then watch .. there is no peace Thoso vh did nt aotter.d the baccalaureate sermon at the First Bap"Well, what Is jour politics this tist Chuchr last Sunday by Dr. Couch morning, CUr. Voter? mis&sd one of the best sermons ithat Kentucky should have good roads. has .ben dellTiored in Hartford In a There seems to be no opposition. long time, and the special music was "We Prof. Henry Leach, fiupt. of Ohio go to Irvington Young PeoCounty Schools, Is tho busiest man to in town this week. Ho held an exple Take an Outing. Addreee all communications amination two Jays last woak, and Th Hartford Republican. v and Satur win imlii Annthw Fordsviilo, May 17. William Royof day. Ohio County Board Tha TXIXFKOITSa. MniKiiiAn mat vifuefiiiv Ami Thurs al of near Reynolds, died Friday of ..S3. day, so Uiore has been eome v.prk for old age. Ho was 1)9 years 'llmontlm ou(ii 2l-vr.- .. and 1 day old, almost to the vcentury tho Superintendent FRIDAY, MAY 19. vmarK. A jarge crowu aucaqga xnei A gentleman had some frog legs rirneralr here Jlonvlay for tale and ithey lastMaster George Calvin Keown re-ANNOUNCEMENT. In Hon ed about as long as a snow ball Saturday from weeks to announce lo-da- I- -,fdter Preprlttort Forced to the Wall! NEW YORK STORE J. D. REED, Proprietor .40. no bad featnre. The sweet girl graduate Is abroad in the land. Also the awkward boys Manager Cleve Her and Bob Walk er worked hard laat Saturday to help from the same classes. ' the Hartford base ball aggrtgaiUon win ihidge Dirkhead is to be commendthe game from Ltvermore, but their ed for his vigorous charge to that efforts did not pull the boys through. McLean County grand jury. Another bunch of Hartford fisher Our hlble story is gaining wide pub men and hunters will leave on May 29 licity. It is being printed in news- for Grassy Creek. papers all over (the United States. Dr. E. B. Pendleton is now State yin Kentucky Tie Republican-jKU-tPhysician of Kentucky forthe Knights .needs about fifty more county newsof the Maccabees of the World. Democracy now has more papers. Tho banquet given here last Saturthan two to one. day night by Hartford Camp 202 The National Grange has been get- Woodmen of the World was an elating In tome hard licks against Cana- borate affair and everbedy wished dian Reciprocity, before the Senate they were members. Finance Committee. The Board of Education met last "We are apposed to limiting the age Saturday and organized the new hoard. so low in the corn growing contest. Col. C. M. Baraptt was eledted ChairSome of our fifty ywir old farmers man and Dr. J. W. Taylor chosen need encouragnient. Secretary. Mr. Frank lowe and Dr. J. W. Taylor were the two now The mob spirit is just about as prevalent in one section of the coun- members of the board to ibe taken in. try as another. The tfforts to punish Ellis Foster has lct a new blue 4s the true Ujit of good citizenship. serge coat. Anyone finding eamewlll Lost Cow. no questioie Will the Northern press which took please return to him, and Bstrayed from my place at will be asked. He does not answer such pains to exploit the recent mob Ky., about the first of May, a at Livermore give the same publicity any questions as .to how he lost it, either. small cow ,yellow, with some white to the action of the McLean County spots .sharp horns and about two-thi.grand jury, last week? The job printing department of The jers&y. When lost had on a just printed several Republican Insurgents last wevk Republican has page posters for large bell. Liberal reward. douhle bolted the regular caucus nominee thousand GEORGE BRIGGS, the big sale of the New York Store, for Senate iYet they 43t2 McHenry, Ky. begins next week. ' lalm to be the only tdmon pure Re- which publicans. All of iwhich means that Horses for Sale. they are in favor of minority rule. FOR SALE 2 eight year old work Secretary of War Dickinson has re- horses; 1 four year old mare With Now lot the other Demo-rat- lc colt; 2 three year old mares. Call on signed. memhers of the Cabinet do JOE R. WILLI AMS, likewise and maybe President Taft 41tf Beaver Dam, Ky. can then call a meeting to consider the welfare of the Republican party, Notice to Creditors. without embarrassment. County of the Ohio Creditors YOU are going to be The South needs n protective tar- Bank will please come forward and market for an It Is my iff. Tie South is In fovea: of projec- settle ther Indebted iwe. tion. Will It abandon prejudice and purpose and the desire of everybody ENGAGEMENT RING eland for it3 own Interest? Or will connected with the bank to haive divsoon, come in and inidends it work in the intermit of New Eng- speedily declared to the depositors as as possible Tills cannot be land which wants free raw material spect my line of high and is willing to grve uh protection done unless creditors of the bank will aislst by meeting their obligrade RINGS at prices to get it? gations. most reasonable. 29tf A. E. PATE, Assignee. Sunday School Rally. y, rd -- turned home 'a" Mrs. visit at his grandmothers; Julia Wedding, Wbitesville ."' n, Miss Rena Wllcot, or South is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Katherlne Strothers. Mr. Charles Whitlere house burned Friday afternoon, bub few things were saved. Loss about $800 with $410 insurance. Four of our band !boys were called play with the away Saturday to Hardlnsburg band at Irvlngtondurlng a sale of lots at that place. Those who v.ent were Lee Miller, Cornet; Walter Key, drum; Russell Cooper, Baritone. Edwin Mason, Bass. The following party of young peo ple left here Sunday morning at 8 o'clock for Sulphur Springs, to spend the day outing: Misses Katherine V. Thompson, Mary Smith, Seigel Ford, Gertrude Hill, Abbye Whittinghill, Era Gains Louise Yowls, Agnes Messrs. Dennis Walker, Leonard Smith Roy Lltsey, Fred Roby, Russell Cooper Ralla Miller, Hubert Cooper, Madi AH report a delightful son Smith. time. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smlthers spent Sunday in Owensboro. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Carden went to Owensboro yesterday. Miss Ismay Mason is visiting in Beaver Dam this week attending the commencement. Mr. Fred Cooper has returned from New York City, where ne has been attending U. S. Court. Miss Llllie May Wallace from the country is visiting her aunt Mrs. G. Davis Royal. Car-rollto- HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, Is in the Hands of Their Creditors! -- ? THE! ESlNTTPirtES - $15,000.00 j stock -- Must be Closed Out in Order to Satisfy their Claims. & - SALE COMMENCES Thursday, May 25, The Entire Front is Decorated with White and Blue Signs and Flags. J 11 1 ?NEW YORK STORE AUCTION SALE! Of all the Property of the Beaver Dam Brick Company, as Described Below, at IFlathe Beaver Dam, Ky., Saturday, May 20 Five Nice Building Lots Lying South of the I. 0. R. R., each fronting on East side of Main street, 50 feet x210 feet deep, one containing a good Warehouse 30x80 feet, with Office; one containing a good small Stock Barn. All of these lots are well located and very desirable. ' the Mr. J. H. B. Carson, chairman Ohio County Sunday School of As- sociation, has iecelrfl a letter from the Kentucky Sunday School Association to the effect that T. C. Gebauer, of Hcncfensson, Ky., will cpeak in Hartford next Tuesday after noon and evening. It is ? tired that at K,ast one from each school in the county be represented at the conference of Ohio oounty uotkers Tuesday afternoon at 2:30, On Tuesday evening Dr. Gebauer will deliver a lecture, using hi Bteroptlcau. The meetings will be held at the 3Ietho difot Church, and everyone Is Invited. R--- J. B. TAPPAN, One Tract of Land Containing about 6i Jacres, lying just East of said Lots and fronting on the L" 0. R. R; about 425 feet, suitable for location of a Warehouse or Factory, or for Farming or Grazing. The Reliable Jeweler and Optician. One Tract of Land . KffiMflfeiWPNBBBl llRREB&AlSHtricuXnSl For Special Containing about Oi acres, lying just East of the Beaver Dam Planing Mill ComDanv nron- erty, good for Farming or Grazing. II IllllllK.'.RllV'Rllllllllr VALUES VISIT OUR Four Tenant Houses and Lots -- Have been occupied heretofore by employees of the company. Up-to-Da- te 1 Brickmaking Plant TOWN TOPICS. A. E. BLJJS. Vice Prvs. of Hartford College. At the meeting of ithe Hartford Board of Education Saturday Prof. A. E. Bills recommendul to the County Board of Education for the position of President of the Ohio Oounty High School at this place. The County Board of Education convened yesterday in regular ka-slo- n and Prof. Ellis rwaa unanimously elwttd as nbcommeadid hy the dlart-for- d Board of Education. Whin is, a well debemd co3npllm6ct to JVof. Ellis. He has successfully taugbltthe Preparatory Department of Hartford College for a number of months, and has .given utmost eatlsfatioa. Jle is well equipped to tuwoh any work be may teloot, and bis friends congratulate him upon his new posJMon, us President of the Ohio County High School, ot Hartford, .which oanrlt with it the Vdoe J'realdwicy of .Hartford Collage. Prof. Bllle wwseads Prof. T. H. Sth, vtoo held tbisuo-rfJS-fw-i- Sc 10c, 15c Couflter You will find unu- 40,000 daily capacity, fully equipped with Boiler, Engine, latest Brickmaking Machinery, Drying Racks with 200,OCO capacity, Burning Kilns with 700,000 capacity, Carts, Wheel- " tv Ml ot the "kids" and the older ones too, are glad school is out. We havo been having good old sum mer time dn Hartford for several days, beard to complain About the hat weather. We are awaiting Mayor Williams' fMocJamaUaa for a. "Clean Uf" day Jtar Hartford. one nek) barrows, and everything ready to commence operation immediately. Same is located on a 15 to 20 acre tract of land, fronting on the I. C. R. R., with substantial Factory Building, large Barn, and large Corn Crib. Also, 1 many sually attractive Mule, 3 Road Wagons and Harness, Underwood Typewriter, Safe, Desk and other Office That was an awful score the Hart-ten- d boys made in the ball game iritb Ldvermore last Saturday. We &epe our toys will do better tomor- aftexnooR Tbe,ew ,etofe Uetee .house of Likens and re-iw- soaring completion. u .. .. goods for so small V, a price. See our 't tJ. ' f new line of Blue-- "N Beaver "Dam ! Bell Enamel Ware; cood Farming Territory and Coal'Mininc Dititrint , wli Ib Located in a .,..., T?ni )wk wL'lV w, ww 0 We will appreciates ana mere is a ready market for all the Brick that can be made. ItWU and Coal is cheap, IV a visit whether,! ' you buy or not, JUquipment. LIBERAL TERMS pF PAYMENT; -- . -. V ? 4 ween fmr be linking party just- - Iteten for the . p--- . tiem nefflontbSr af wppHJwyai J JixJTV M.. mJ.Kentucky;. VI Beaver Dm, Ohior County, m ii f "... w. .. k "., i mron-wiiinfinwt- . 'wi Hot Weather Sii ggestion s! i 'Hull of Miss Mr. Charles Magan, of Kansas Olty, guest of relative in thlB Ky. Is upending the week with friends Mo., is the her. city this iwouk, Mies Gladys" Duke, of Livermore, .Messrs. Vlneon Crowe and Mr- shall Crowe", of itnrtu 0, were pleas ant callers, Saturday. Rural Cairit-- r SeUi Moseley ar.il daughter, Miss Ozoiu Mosley, were in Louisville Saturday. Prof. I. S. .Mason, of Fordsvllle, paid The Republican nh oppivclaitcd call Wednesday afternoon. Tho ladles of tho Msthoditit church gave an Ice cream supper at court hall Wednesday evening. Rev. W. B. Wright preached at the Christian Church at Beaver Dam Sunday morning and evening. J. Messrs. Alfred Borah, Blrks A.Oaldmell andW. H.Rhoads were callers at this office, Saturday. MrArbln Petty, who has teen away from home for several months Is vlslt lnc his mother Mrs. R, R. Wedding. Mr. Arthur Petty of the Leltchfleld Gazette, spent Sunday "here with his parens Judge and Mrs. R. R. Wed ding. returned to Miss Marie .Hard-wicher noma at Owensboro, Monday af ternoon after a short visit hero with friends. Miss Alta Likens returned to her Dam, Sunday, after home at. teactoiEis in Hartford College for the past nina months. The Cheapest Place of Earth to buy all kinds of Seeds. The OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY CO. Hartford, Ky. 29tf Tllch-enor.- Oracle Forrester, Earllngton VI iftftftftftAftftft SftftftftftftftftftftftAftdj ? nwiim ij mmn.aiiwiin '' anwjUPjsiT vSK V - I McCd jfjfe. 3M-t Witt. pent Surday hero with her parents, Mr. and Mrs S. E. Duke. Miss "Ruth Hammond, of Horton, Is tho gu t of friends hre and at41 tending Commencement. L.JWI- - iico G.uy, of Braver Jj Mr. Dam, Is altordlng tlw? Commencement exercises litre this wock. jir. A. (I. Duke, of St. Louie, will j? spend Saturday In Hartford tho guest of his cousin Miss Mattie Luce. J Typewr.t r paper In all grades, typo 2 writer, ribbons and carbon papor for ? sale all thr tlmo at Tho Republican 44tf. office. 4 Mr.' andMri. E M. Woodward, mho i have been at Dawson Springs for several days ,ar expectod home Mrs. Woodward Is reported to be much battor. Mr. Mike trahan, gentrul manager ? of tho Hartford Stone and Construc m tion Company, whose works are near Irvlngton, Ky., was In Hartford 51 1 Fine Mattings and Rugs In this department wo feel that we are entitled in JMui nnlrnnnrrA lifipnilKP nfthfi min.1l v. Wfl ni'ft ff-;: trniir w i : ? feting and tho close prices we are making. Every- - j thing wo purchase in this line is from the world's j best mills and strictly first grade. A little of the value can easily be taken from the floor coverings by tho manufacturers skimping tho widths or quality j and still they retain the appearance of full value, but tho wear will tell the true story. Wo protect j you by guaranteeing the qualities to be the best ob- - jj, j tainable and give you full measure in every way. & "-- S a & J y. 3 Fancy Japanese Floor Mattings it. Hk Fine weaves, smooth finish in a nice variety of i conventional and floral patterns. The Mattings we J handle are chosen for their serviceability as well as j far nnnpnrnnrp. nnd mnke fine floor coverincs. es- pecially for the warm months. We buy very close and offer an exceptional value in wide Matting at Frittm No. 4009 Skirt Price, IS ceatt iA CHARMING each COStUME "The Good Old Summer Time" we have been - Here atJast! longing for. Of course we arc all glad to see it, yet the sunshine and warmth suggests to us that there must be a change in our wearing apparel. Now this is what we want 'to tell you about. especially for We knew these days would come and so we prepared Our shelves are laden with a line of MOST EXQUISITE them. FABRICS and designs of all the latest novelties in Sheer White etc., Goods, plain and fancy weaves in figured Wash fabrics, Silks, Trimmings, Alcon Laces, etc., to match the entire line. Band salesladies Patterns in stock, and competent and Why not come to us? We can please to help and suggest to you.. you. ' New Millinery, New Slippers, New Hosiery. Come, let us saves show you, and remember it rays to tradj with a house that money you Mc-Cal- l's pains-takin- g J id rLi. vlBHRHBBHHBHHHHHHHnB -a JC r HARTFORD, i. r.AMDANY. .. w.r' i t n m --. i. 7 jueaieis.v eair IKY. ...MiHaBMHHHiBHHnHHHHHHI SATISFACTION to - w:mp$te-I mur cI a IHfflSH Pl itTI iflHUi ? , -, mmmssyssA'ymi T'i ii"fftffl I s jFmm tt Z 5 l 'wtr 3- - nfftT A I ' T T 4 x 'lwias,imHBil S VMffiiKiSiKl u- - $&7LJiAr?i H. . - MMpMiTffiwirBirrwni HARTFORD, KY. THOMAS MONUMENTAL WORKS j Mr. Walttr Park, of near Beda, was j j winner of the handsome dinner th Ifc or chamber fet given away by the 49 9i Rn nfir vnrrl. Counity Drug Co. .last Saturday, 49 Ohio J and selected as his prize the $G cham FANCY JAPANESE MATTING set; ber 49 When while dogwooJ blossoms are 49 RUG 9x12 AT J olentiful it Is said that is an Indi 4? cation of a "big corn crop. If there Is 4) FINE QUALITY TAPESTRY any truth In this old saying wo will hi county have a bumper crop In Ohio RUG 9x15 AT.... i 4) year. this 49 grand d Mrs. Louisa J. Wright and Two handsome presents, each 49 Ltma Fielden, of daughter, Mis3 nil-- . .nAi.nU1n iA.n. IUU rvvi iirlilStVl It'DOrQ J at 16 will be given away abso 49 UCbl XIlC L.i. UIUUU1UU1C WCaVC nn1 UUC MHlll l.CHO j. Olaton, R. 1., were pleasant callers lutely tree by the Ohio County Drug 49 like iron. A similar quality would cost much more i at this office Tuesday. Co. Griffin's old stand. For every 49 I bought you 49 plRftwhfcre. FOR SALE Town property, vacant dollar's worth of goods 49 40tf. y dwelling. get a chance. EXTRA QUALITY TAPESTRY lots, cottages and 49 A. C. YEISBR & CO., Dr. E. B. Pendkrton, ot this city, 49 RUG 9x12 AT. Hartford, Ky. or was honored by the Grand Lodge of 49 4ttf COsMilirl vnlnna in Vvonn ifnl flooirrvio mifl shnfl- - A Saturday the Knights of the Maccabees in 49 Mo&e-leijlies Mattie loft, J at Maysville, ings, made of the finest selected worsted yams, wov- afternoon for Bawling "Green, where their annual week when he was selected Jo en clear through the body of rug. trainThe wearing Ky., last she will take special teachers as chief physician of that order In Normal. ing in the Western mo ouuui6o .v quality uiinuui u oawjicu samples ot Dress the State of Kentucky. Sni-lnand Summer much deeper and richer than in inferior rugs. Able- ARMY: Goods, Ready Made Dresses, Trim WANTED FOR U. S. ia. ? Smitn s saxony ixminsier xvug yxi ui bodied unmarried men between Bges 42 mings, etc., now on display. 49 Beautiful designs and best quality. MRS. L. B. FOSTER. of 18 and 35; citizens of United States 38 49 Whnn in need of Mattincs and Rims see our J of good character and temperate hab- 49 FOR SALE, FARMS All slz5, fronrj and write, 49 stock before buying. its, who can speak read 6 to 300 acres. AVe can please jou tho Enellsb. lansuace. For informa 49 you want to buy land. if tion apply to Recruiting Officer, Main 49 A. C. YBISER & CO., 2Mf. 49 Hartford, Ky. street, Beaver Dum, Ky. 41tf 49 Dinner Set 49 rvx-i w nice-- 1 An ekwant W "' AAif ULIU xTT7i70TAPRRB Chamber t.t i forsaleratThel or a handsome ly" In large-bnn- dto. iU-' be given worth thing for aoh Republican office. Just the County Drug I Spring Cleaning and many otier pur- - away free by the Ohio M Ho. Saio VOUr UCKCIS oiv sjiiuii I'"'" --PVOCB. " wnen you gei a uuiwi chases, Users of carbon paper should try ,r4v. ,nn free at - fii(c . VIfc.I(jJ w tm a o th fajnous "Echo" carbon paper. vaiuabjcjajzgg-- . Tfy yur 1UCK- - 4UU" th-Guaxantoed thebest , paifer on, market. Sold by The Hartford Re:in Uw contest hem oy me wprs- t"tf- publican. horo Meseenger for the auto, trip to Leave your Laundry at Cleve ller's Europe and a trip to the Bast, .miss of grocery. Work guaranteed and prompt Willye Smith, ofthls city was one to take the trip Agent for Madlsonvllle the four who W'Set delivery. East Steam Laundry. Madlsonvllle Ice & Eat. Tliose w ho will visit tho 1 miitn rvimnanv. Incornorated. tf ern citls are Miss Willye Smith, f r UWU.JU.J ww.f Jamison, Jr., urs. a. ,. Mr L. P. Foreman and Dr. E. B. Mrs. John Miss turned "Sunday from .Mays Murphy and MUs Carrie Baker. Railings was the winner of the vllte. Kv.. where they attended the Imo Grand Lodge meeting of the Knights automobile. Number one Clover and vest" and "Cream of Wheat". Tho banquet glvn here Saturday of the Maccabees. 202, Madisonville Bolted Meal, will be uvular preaching ser night by Hartford Camp No. ilhere Timothy Hay, mixed. mom- vices at ithe Methodist Church Sunday Woodmen of "the world ,for tho "Quail Brand." Number one Clover Hay. morning and evening. At the morn- - bers, visiting raemlxra and Invited Hartford Mill Co.'s Unboltenjoyable occasion, First-clas- s Feed Corn. 1 inir service the Sacranwnt of the guests, was an fcan-qadministered. and lorgly attended. B. fore the ed Meal. Lord's Supper will ha Corn Chops. snort tails iwcie made by memHave your old straw hats made German Millet'Seed, Fancy Meal. Corn Feed who had 'been assigned special nttw at the Hartfond Pressing Club bers AV. C. Wallace, of tho Southern. 'Mrs. Alfalfa Meal. Ladles 'and gents clothes also. iWork sublets. a and deliv- Woodmen Clicle at NoCreek, mado Fancy Whipporwill Peas. for Feed. guaranteed, called Crown Alfalfa splendid talk. ered. In Y. M. C .A. building Home Grown Pens. Acme Horse and Mule The following from the Fourth Dis TUio Owensboro Sunday School, Ep- B. A. Thomas' Improved worth Ieague and District Conkrwco trict Lder of Hardtnsburg, will be Feed. Interest by our readers: will Lo held at Beaver Dam, May M road with Bran and Ship Stuff, puie Stock and Poultry Remedy, acquainted to June 2. Bishop J. H. MoCoy will "Tho pflplo who are well Every and Hog Powder. product. with ti airmen were gladly snrrrlwd wheat la"lde on June 1 and 2. Wdiiebdny wkn Conductor Tilford Best Northern White Uate. package guaranteed. Floral design book of F. Walker made his appearance on his regular Minor's Fly Oil for Stock. Rock Salt. and Co.. of Louisville, and can furon tho branch. Mr. Tliroru nas funerals and run Minor's Disinfectant Fluid. ndh floral designs for Barrel Salt. been unable to woik for the past special occasions. Chicken Feed Cracked eight months, He is one of the old-- . Lime. E. T. WILLIAMS. of th& branch road. est employ 2 sizes; Wheat, Atlas Owensboro's Best. Patent Corn, Hartford, y. 36tf J $3.50 $9.75 ,$13.50 val-use- two-etoT- uw tj fio. n 1 A - I ce T-- $C-w- " .,. C- 5- th0 rf I -- Pmnn IB 1 ville, Ky. IVvvvircC CARSON So CO Incorpoftcd. I ut Hartford Republican. ffRUAY, MAY 19. me llllnolsCentralRallroad-Tl- Table. At Beaver Dam Kv 1 If you want a barrel of First olass 3i)tf. Flour boo U. S. Carton. Slatanzas, Mr AV. P. Rndr, of paid us a pleasant call yetfterday. Mies Mary Loo RUoy, of Owendboro, is the gutst of Mls AMoe Foster. Wanted at once a Baleslady. Apply at tho Now Yeric Stow, Jiaruoru, Ky. ir 1 No. IK due .Mow. 3.46 rib BeaHrf, No.Mfdtul2-Mip.ai- . p.ldi( .,. N.l Hwlli Honed. rtuoll M.i. 9. W H Caribou typewritur f The JUpubUcaa offioe. Pure UBderwood Lrd. Noo bet- to 39tf. na.rou. v.11 it. w" VVB. .- tor Bate at of 'BeaVePaw.. 34U. Attorney 8. A. Anderson terday' lor a fiw days VusIbomb Oairlos .W. Griffin da bore from Helena, Ark., tho guost of rela tives. Fordvsllle, la Miss Ismay idason, of Im VlUx McKeainy, gu?1 'lr. ., 2. thv lt trip yes- vLoulsvilte. ' - l x ilVm Mteea Hettle nd Ruth ArJaa BH 4 ue RlWy. of fo-Ojj-k, flq. B. -- B, gljamtMf M of w callw at thJa (office, a off loo, Mbcd9y, by Flewer rets,or Mawami y. . T WHUhm, Htwiiort, ui sle ;w. ,ilr, WUi D. Jwr, LwlvH 'just re4Td a ear f Oiovr an4 Timothy .HaywUedi "first c)se. Also a ear of eorti. W. JB. ELLJfi. '1 Kt V Produce. Ttfan, J- PM31etoB. Hartterd Ky. 41U -- it Mr. William Snow, town marshal of McIIenry, anested two mien and a woman noar Centertown Sunday af ternoon whom bo thought were wanted la one of tho Southern etatea on the charge of murder ana a largo reward offered. It appears that the ro not tho ones wanted, parties were turned loose. and A oarty of hunter and flBbermen weeks outlft Monday morning tor a Rough riv- lng.at Grassy creek, ner er locksv (Those In the party were: Massns. E. 0. Baarrass, John T. Moore, R. B. Lee SimaerHian, Dr, J. u. PlrtHe, Cwt, A. D. White and V. 8, Tlnstoy, of Hartford, and "Ed. A'shby, Ttey are expected of Ooritentown. borne d Hon. and Mrs H, P. Taylor for Mr. lat Thursday evening who was Helm Walker, of Louisville, daya vWt wjth them. hAre" tor a preeent were: Mlesea AMce Those KeowB. Mary B. FeUx, Katie Penr dltoa, LeHa Gltmn, Mildred Mgla and Messrs: Itoun Anale Alla Elgin. Walker, Henry GrWfin, Harold "BVtlH ,VfiTfit, and Trlmblo enU.tr-talneHoi-breo- Flour, "Clifton."' Madisonville's Best Patent By order of tho Ohio Circuit Court, ho underslewed Is dUcctod as as Flour, "Bob White." signee of the Ohio OountyBankto re Irvington's Best Patent ceive writtun bids from such parties tho purchasers of Flour, "None Such." as desire to become any of the bank's real estate and reHartford Mill Co.'s Best port same to tho Circuit Judge at the Patent Flour, "Cream of Har June 1011 tenn of the said court. Real Estate For Sale. I have, in my hands tor sale the following described real estate: One two story brick building and hasament on cornier of Mala and Cen ter streets, in Hartford, Ky., name now occupied Chick Feed, Atlns Hen Feed, Mica Crystal Grits, .1 sizes; Oyster Shells. Jones' Pure Animal Matter Fertilizer, made by the Jones' Fertilizer Company, ot Louis- Company as dry goods store and by Dr. J. R. Plrtle, an dental of (Ice and the earn la which the Ohio' County Bank's couutlng room is located. About three acres of ground In MftrUordr Ky.i on West side of M. H. & E. R. R7 between Griffin and Foreman streets or LeUchfleld roud. About 3 aeres of ground In Hartt Jslde of M. H. & ford, Ky., va v. ti Griffin and Fore .. man street, Noa. 2 and 3 formerly by wero la, ote tect before dtvfcdd by Barnard & W JE- -f JCfJH-LrfliC- S - The Produce Man, , HARTFORD, KY, lying between L. P. Foreman's resi dence and the lot of J. W. Ford on tbe cornr of Union anil Foreman theM-'H- . . V! '4 Abo2v3 it of ; w ly locaW 1b t,ne town ef CecUs-to-wnOhio County Kentucky. Ojfe tract of land containing BO acres more or lean near Hoi ton, Ohil Coun&y, Kentucky, earae known as the C. A. Edwards (arm. About 13 aeres of ground to Hart-rM.n rvuiwtv. Kv.. on Noith elds .. "" 7T'. r LeltcHleW road ;, I reel centml- - of Forwaaa ' 6trots. All wrltUai bids are required id be haudod in on or betoto Xlonday, the 12(b doy ,of Junr, 1811 ttie first day. i oi uj uuio- circuit uoun.' v"v- - ""' I A.-- PATTB. 42U. .Ariie.ObUj-CcHinty-Bfti)k- i ... ..'... tr V i ffitUl Call for Republican State Kaott Kaox ConveatioR. Lwue ..6 to the ., t ' beelnata!-- , oontoMag coven It cImsm, soothes, heals and protecte . ...-- ....';lv:..so two amall hickorys Ar4 ptewted stone tli a disefted mem. 'a 19 being the corner of BmMM. T.lmwlln brass rewriting from Catarrh asd drives purchMsedJWem D. L. away aCold tract as ...10 ia the Head quickly. Kewtores Livingston . . . the ...23 Bonnett; thence with (the. Owenslboro CO Senses of TaMo and Smell. Full ize Logan eta. at Druggist or by mail. Liquid 8 road N. 31 W. 181-- 2 potwte.astone Lyo ...... n Cream Balm for use in tHoraltws 75 els. 2 comer to Chapman Crowd's tract; Ely Brothers, CC Warren Street, New York. Madison .. .. ...1C thence with Crowe's Hue 8. 65 W. .,.,, 13 12K2pole8to a planted stone, Crowe's .v... Marion E. 11 ., Marshall v1" southwesta corner; thencer S. 31 white planted stone-Beapoles to a i.'..r.. ....10 Martin .... 21 oak; thence with the line of D.L. BenMaton nthr'countv Officers C. S. MojeSey, s0 nett at William J. Bennett's corner MoCrackcn .". Purveyor. iordsvllle, Ky., R. F. E. 15 poles to the beginsouth 85 ls ."".-forNo. 2; jjernaru ieiix .rteacBaoc, Leach, McLean Ky., It. F. D. No. 2; Henry " ning, containing 1 aero and 25 poles, Meade Dr. A. It. iTnrtfnrd! fliin0rrnf.nrifint . ....0 deeded to .Isaac Foster, Nov. 2, 1867 Succeed when everything else fall. lllley, Coroner, Hartford. Mcnefee ,...-.."by David L. Bennett and wife, Salllo 1 JUSTICES' COUIITS. In nervous prostration and female Mercer ' weaknesses they are the supreme B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday v;13 E. Bennett, of record in- - tho Ohio Metcnlf remedy, as thousands have testified. after 3rd Monday, In March, Tuesday af1" County Clerk's office, Deed Book V., ".J Monroe ter 3rd Monday in June, Tuesday after FOR KIDNEYJ.IVER AND 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after 1 ;. page 161. I3 Montgomery i. . . ., 1911. 3rd Monday In December. STOMACH TROUBLE 3rd. Beginning at a hickory and "Wednesday afto O. E. Scott, The delegates to eald Convention Morgan k Is the beet medicine ever sold 3rd Monday inCromwell, Wednesday after March, oak stump, corner to Ad Owen's lot; it.'. .".... .31 by County Conven- MuhJenburg Wednesday after over a druggist's coaster. 3rd Monday In June, shall be selected 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday 14 thonce .with I. Foster's lino N, 84 .' tions to be held In tho County Seat In Nelson after 3rd Monday In December. W. 14 poles and 15 links to 'a stake in .....11 . stan .Nicholas. John H. Miles, Itockport, Friday after 1:30 o'clock p. each couwty at Friday .after 3rd Monday In March, '. 33 Tom York's line; thenoe S.. 101-- 2 E. time on Saturday July, 8, 1911, Ohio 3rd Monday in June, Friday after 3rd nrd 6 14 poles and 5 links to a large .black Monday in September, Friday after 3rd of Bell, Boyd Oldham exoopt In the Counties -Monday In December. 7 oak; thence N. 531-- 2 E. 18 poles to Campbell and Kenton, In which Coun- Owen Bncktxc't "Full ol Life" Northern Grow J. C. Jackson. Centertown. Saturday 12 a stake in said Owen's line with the Pedigreed Seeds hav a reputation ot 38 yean oi after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday af held Owsley ties Bald Conventions shall bo tuccessful teed trowlnc behind tbem. It payi to ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday after I2 same N. 33 W. 1 pole and 9 links plant the best. 3rd Monday In September, Saturday afIn the cities of MlddlesToro, Ashland Pendleton Seasonable Specialties ter 3rd Monday In December. I3 to the beginning containing 2 reds respectively; Perry ". Newport and Covington, M. C. Cook, Renfrow, Tuaeday after BEANS . Jj 30 Bushel Earliest Red Valentine . 2nd Monday In February, Tuesday after 35 and 33 poles, deeded to Isaac Foster except In the county of Jefferson Pike And . , jj jj Bushel Refugee Extra Early 2nd Monday in May, Tuesday after 3rd 7 by W, J. Bennett and Sarah. Ann Ber ' New Strlneless Green Pod . Si 70 Bushel Monday in August, Tuesday after 2nd and City of Louisville, "where tho de Powell Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax f4o Bushel Monday In November. 7 nett, his wife, May 24th, 187$, as of , Davis New White Wax . j $4.75 Bushel to said State Convenlton shall Pulaski ... legates Thomaa Sanders, Dundee, "Wednesday Carrie's Rust Proof Wax . ft 30 Bushel 4 record in Deed book No, 4, page 381 after the second Monday in February. be selected on July 8, 1911 during tho Robertson PEAS. , $3.50 Bushel Wednesday after 2nd Monday Ohio County Clerk's office. U Extra Early Alaska. . Wednesday after 3rd Monday in August, same hours, In the same manner, and Rockcastle . . . J5 50 Bushel New Early Gradus The purchaser will be required to Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Novem10 . Horsford'i Market Garden . $3.50 Bushel under the same method, rule and pro- Rowan ber. execute bond With .approved security Buckbee's Lightning Express $35.00 Bushel ..13 C. V. Miles. Fordsvllle, the Election Russell visions, as were used In Lettuce, Radish, Tomato and a full line el 2nd Monday in February, Thursday after immediately after sale. Thursday after 18 Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest Towing prices. of delegates to the Republican Con- Scott vuuujr Send for complete catalogue or submit a list ol 3rd Monday In in may, xnursaay alter This 15th day of May, 1911 18 Kentucky Shelby August. Thursday after vention held In Louisville, your requirements and wlllquote prices. 2nd Monday In November. F. L. FELIX, Master Comr. 9 Bur direct from the eTower Save Monev. r on, May 18th, 1909. The County Exe- Simpson Patton, Ralph, Friday after tad U,J Write today. Mention this paper. BARNETT & SMITH Attorneys. (Monday In February, Friday after 2nd 6 County Spencer t cutive Committee of Jefferson Monday in May, Friday after 3rd Mon-Ja- y 12 Jn August, Friday after 2nd Moneball at once after canvassing the re- Taylor 1368BckbetSt., leckford Serf Firms. Bockfer4.lt day In November. 16 No Slavery to Work. I turns from the voting places, make Todd HARTFORD POLICE COURT. 14 up certify and deliver to the Chair- Trigg C. M. Crowe. JlldpA! Ci T T.llrana OI Deskins, Va. Mrs. Mary A. Vandyke, 3 Attorney; Sam Riley, Marshal; Court man of the State Central Committee, Trimble in a letter from Deskins, sajs: "I convenes second Monday in each "month. 29 a list containing the names and post-offi- Warren TCIJ,y Jp.?.ncU-- J" H Williams, Mayor; lasting bad serious female troubles, T. Collins. Clerk; S. K. Coi, Trcasi 15 addresses of the delegates se- Washington 40 days at a time. I was co teak I Urer. Aff.mhtrn nt TVini,ll m r a 19 '. nard, W,-- J. Bean, W. it. Fair, Fen Louisville, and Jefferson Wayne lected In could hardly walk, bo I tried Cardul. TlyLor'.;-- E-- Ellta. B. P. Moore. 18 County, under this call to attend Bald Webster TOCS004,,Tl?mefB-J-- sSoon I was better. Now, I am well." Glenn Tinsley. Secretary, c. M.chairman; '. Whitley Barnett, State Convention. c, M, Crowe and Vr, E. B. Pendleton. If you suffer from any form of wom8 ,,, , JTJhe form of voting, sive In Louis Wolf anly pain or weakness itake Cardui, RELIGIOUS SERVICES. IT the woman's ville and Jefferson County, in the Woodford "'.7.. tonic. Cardul will lift on all ques County .Mass Conventions you out of the misery and wearinnoss and evening every first and third Sun2336 day In each month. Sunday School 9:15 Number of Delegates tions, shall toe viva ivoce. caused by womanly weakness, and a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednes-da1179 WE DO THE The County Executive Committees Necessary to choice evening. ilev. Virgil Elgin help you to see the bright side of Baptist Church Services everyPastor. Respectfully, give not less than 10 days' noSunday ehall life. Try it. Your druggists sells morning and evening. SATISFACTORY Sunday School , ALV1S S. BENNETT, .4o a. m. Prayer meeting every Wedof the time, the particular place tice C-it nesday evening. Rev. KIND "State Secretary, - J. ,. W. Bruner, or building where said County Con.pastor. . Church-Servi- ces ROBERT H. WINN, every fourth ventions shall ido held, and the manChristian mi)Ja,yoa "p. m. - and 1 P- - In- - Sunday State Chairman. 2.30 lier of selecting delegates, by newspaElder W. B. Wright pastor. per publication or by notice posted rLadies! Save Money 1? Kmp " each month at U a. m. and 7 p. m. p. 1 In conspldous places in each voting Is there anyhtlng inalWtnliTworld kiyie uy ivcauutg u.ui precinct of the County. that isjofmore importance 'to you SECRET SOCIETIES. Magazine and Uiing McCafl Patlerw 1 WWtlOU JU' U VUO OeiPgUUO B01U.U IU digestion? Food must be Hartford Lodge No. CT5, V. & A. M.. 100 votes or traeWOTTuiereot eaten to sustain life, ,and imtet 0.0 McCtU'iMaeaslasWIU ich MOGULS MAGAZINE help you drew stylthird Monday in ""amounting l lb '50 or over cast for tie digested and converted, into blood. each month. Owen Hunter, W.nlcht L. ishly at a' moderate M., P. Foreman Secretary. expensoby keeping, county When the digestion falls the whole Republican electors In each you posted on the meets every third Saturday night latest fashions la In t the Presidential election in 1908, body suffers. Chamberlain's Tablets clothes and bats. .60 wChnJS,nt,? JvJ"1 T- - Moore HlghPrlestf Ken Fashion Designs the numher of delegates to said State are a rational and reliable cure for Tinsley; Secretary. In each Issue. Also Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. S., Convention apportioned upder said ba indigestion They increase the flow meets second and fourth Monday E. Taluable Information ing, Mrs. S. A. Anderson, W.M. evenon all borne and per. sis to each of the various counties of of bile, purify the blood, strengthen Miss Only tonal matters. Lizzie Miller Secretary. Kentucky, being as follows: Wc a year, including the stomach, and tone up the whole a free pattern. Sub' 19 rythlas, meets every Tuesday night. dlsgestlvo apparatus to a natural and Adair. scribe today or send Wt t Z. 19 for free sample copy, i . Ub g" ' " ' "' "Y "OBleT Allen V healthy action. For 6ale by all drugO. McCall Psttiru will enable you to make In your 19 Anderson m gists. . meets every first and 'third Thursday owu home, wllhyouronn bands clotblncfor 7 yourself and children nblcb will be perfect Ballard ...". "am i. jj. aiKer, Loraimnoer L. x. Foreman, Record Keeper. In style and fit. Trice none blcher than lfi 23 ... . ..'.. Barren cents Bend for free rattern Catalogue. 9 . Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M., Master Commissioner's Sale. meets every first and third Friday night 15 W Will Gt To Fim Pmku for cettlng sub '. Bath , scrlptlons among your friends, bend for free 28 '.'.- -. In The Contemplation of Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady .(Belli Premium Catalogue and Casb Prize Offer, Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. Record Keeper. c TEE HcCAUXOarANY, 239 to 249 Wot 37d St, NUT I0U Boone ; Ney Foster, et al, Plaintiffs, J. .. Beauty 23 meets 1st Saturdayhvihb Inwui ill), 1001, night Bour.bon each month. VS. Nnnh there is no charm that a woman Is Treas. Mun ttm ' Tnn - tit "' v.uce' cec- "- " i 29 Boyd Virgil G. Foster, et al Defendants. pretty set of teeth Ap.mA T.n1r.a TJ VUL T r prouder of than a T 15 Boyle By virtue of a 'judgment and order In Beauties who lack this essential and second and fourth Friday night H of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, ren Bracken n.Secretary. inodio uranu vwiuiuuMi. ji.earicK wHiobo front teeth are a disfigure- C. M. Barnett 16 Brtttthltt dered nt the April brm, 1911, In Ohio Trlba No. ment, have bridge work inserted, as Aln. ITlAAta Otu.fnn 188, Imp. Order - Red 20 nt4 m.w.ft. ..Breckinridge the above cause for the purpose of day night In each month! James C. Ben- It cannot be distinguished from the 7 dividing Bullitt tho proceeds amongst the V. ,oal;"c'n a-- J. 'aie, Chler of AVe are experts in Records. natural teeth. 23 parties Butler in Interest after paying the Hartford Camp, W. O. W. No. 202 Con- crown and bridge work, (gold Inlays ?,",' Som,nia,ndcr' Thomas Williams; ' 15 Caldwell Clork, costs hwein, 1 will offer for sale by C, Wallace. and plate work. 8 Calloway public auction at the Court House Preston Morton Tost No. 4, a. a! R., Written guarantee on all wank. Sat holds regular meetings Saturday befora 70 . Campbell door in Hartford, on Monday, the 5th McCALL PATTERNSperfect fit, simplicity the first Monday in each month. Ash-for- d Celebrated (or style, and isfaction In very particular. 5 day of 7 Mills. Commander; J, M. Rogers, Carlisle reliability nearly 40 years. Sold In nearly June 1911, about one o'clock Aujt every city and town in the United States and 5 Carroll p. m., upon a credit of six and Canada, or by mall direct. More told than DR. H. J. BELL, 2C A. S. of E. any other make. Send tor free catalogue, Carter twplve months the following described " 19 property, DENTIST, , Casey National Officers: parcel of McCALL'S MAGAZINE any othei fashion A lot or More subscribers than Presldent-- M. Sharp. Narrows. Ky. Christian ' land in Bv'da, Ohio County Kentucky 4 est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, Office in Republican Bldg. Hartford, Ky. Vice PresidentF.J, II. Woods. Secretary-Treasurer-..19 bounded as follows: D. Kump. InClark plain sewing, fancy needlework, halrdrcsiln);, dianapolis, Ind. etiquette, rood stories, etc Onlv GO cents a 20 Clay Beginning at a stone; thence south State Officers; year (worth double), including a Irco. pattern. H. M. Froman, Carroll county, Pres. 11 39 E. 10 0 Subscribe today, or send lor sample copy. Clinton polos: thence N. 50 E. T. T. Barrett, Henderson county Vice WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS 17 17 4 Crittenden" President. poles to a Stone; thenoe N. to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue S. B. Robertson, Mctean county, s. 12 85 2 and new cash prlae offers. Address Cumberland poles to a stone,' W. 4 SHI McCAll CO, Ztt la J W. tttk St. NEW VMsK 59 thence S. 53 W. 13 polos to 0. P. Roeroer, Warren county, State Daviess the beginOrganizer. wxxiaLrssteMSuccent U&nonson ,...13 ning containing 1 acre. Conveyed to C. C. Allen, Henry county, and LotSPECIALOFFER: WlU tie Graves, Allen county, Assistant state 6 Isaac Foster by R. ElHott Maw L. Fond, and Nora organizers. 'IUU t latUBDr 111 luhw, A trial III OBlIflBiBr. siBBBa TDB 15 Ford, his wife, Sept, 23rd. 1901 and Board of Directors. Ben Watson, WarEstill MUfafc.lTTfcikUc!! Brit CattvrtlikM iMH U Kl OslC f THHstSMi ren county; C. M. Barnett, Ohio coun47 of record in Kayetta ty; A. H. Brooks. Bracken county; R. E. Ohio County Clerk's 1 Sfl3d Oiu., s best varl. U SB iit the sfcsiKSyrtM Tnlrif Win si wiutoaU. 1. Ray, 'Hardin county, and J. F. Doss, 20 office, Deed book No. 24, page 84. Ilsmlng '..'.. .. .' Muhlenberg county, HUAiab Mm rkCAXa 16 WrH to4y: Mtathm tM Aww Ohio County Officers: Ployd Abo a certain lot of land in the 8. L. Stevens, Pres , Beaver Dam.Ky. W. H. & J. f! GILLESPIE ..1C same town, county and state being the , MVWVAAAMWMAAAAAAAAA4WWW Franklin Henry Pirtle, Sec. Hartford. Ky, ' D. Ford, Treas,, Hartford. Ky, 6 homestead place of said Isaac SCHP IO CENTS Fulton Foster Proprietors 3 containing COUNTT BOARD OF EDUCATION. W As! liilMii. ta , CaUatin about ten acres, deeded Henry Leach. Chairman. Hartford.Ky. .'. .... 16 by tlirte separate deeds l WHNINOHMJHI Garrard in the three t TlflKMin. 1. T.. TlnrtfAMl n- . , .. .. .....11 following .boundaries: nS. b7 Grant 2. B. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 17 LACKSM1THING Crewvos 1st. Beginning at corner at a plant S. M, S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. 24 ed stone on the west idige 4. B, L. Alford. White Run, Ky. Grayson of the 5. Richard Plumer, Taylor Mlnes.lCy. 13 Owermboro road southeast corner to Creen .. .. . J. L. Brown, Kackport. Ky. 21 lot number 21; thence with Greenup L . 1 a 11ns N. AND REPAIR WORK 11 65 W. 47 poles to two small Kaaoook tlack 19 oaks and hickory, corner to JH&ndJn lot No. 3 14 thence S. 25 E. 15 polaB to a black .Jtarlan ...1 walnut acid three small black oaks Iterrison 26 on the south side and line of the 25 once Thcsnaa Balrd 200 acre tract; JHcedeeon yumtj thence with said line south 85 2 E. 7 41 JHsWiw to one white oak south 33 west corner to kit No. 4; thence with jHklM 19 a line N. 31, W. 11 poles to a stone . 272 northwest corner to lot No. 4; tfaeice , 15 with a 1I $&' N. 65 K. 12 poles te a Jwnrtw I 23 stone ob tii fiouth IMAMCJIti. of 'said Jot tksee X. M W. 24 m)m auf 22 Nb 1, 1911 lOHteviM. Ky.; Te (fee Repwbliean Electors of Kn- ' taeky: ja fteeondasce with ostaWIslitd idus-toami in obedience to the rulee OTernlnsr tho Republican Orgsnlza-tlo- a of Kentucky, tho Republican State Central Coramlttco of Kentucky ,now directs that a State Convention of deUigated representatives of the lie publican party of Kentucky, bo hew In the City of Louisville, Kentucky, a 12:30 p. m., standard time, on Tues day, the 11th day of July, 1911, for tho purpose of nominating candidates for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Auditor, Treasurer, Secretary of State, Superintendent of Fflbllc Instruction, Commissioner of Agriculture, Labor and Statistics, and Clerk of tho Court of Appeals, to be voted for at tho November election, xn Jxl Laurel Lee ...... ...... Lmlle ,'. Letcher Lewis ,. Tmwmmia ft .. t .?"- .... vif ..". v',i - ... r . .. , .28 .10 .26 .21 ,,x h..1. '' ii . and one quarter acres, HvitA to Isaac FOH Foster, JKarch 14tA, 1871, tiy Thomas York, "Us wife York awl dwrkrtt and of record Jn the Ofeto County Ely's CriMi Clerk's office, Deed Book X, page 419. . Direotory C,aa.ty OKio Fnr.tpnrx, 0, M. BauiiiTT CATARIH Bibi CIm Relitt al Onte. 2ndv Beginning at a bnk,ik &nd Bon-ngtt- '' 1- -2 Electric Bitters SEEDS F, Circuit Cewrt-- T. Ben D. Klngo, Attorney Vft P. MkJklff, Jailer B. O. Brrni, Clerk; F. U Fe llx, Mrter ComniWfiierj It. T. CoWws, Trustee Jury FWi T. It. Black, 8her-It- t, Hartford. Up4lt-- 8. O, Keown an ton Black. Cmt. eeovetvw flret Monand eentlnue three day In week; MiW JtewsViy In April, twe weeks second Mwiikiy In June, three weekar third Monday In October two weekB. K. "Weddln, JuKe; County Ceurt,-- H, W. S. Tlneley, Clerk, C. K. Smith, first Hartford. Court convene Monday hi each month; Quarterly Quarterly Court Begins on the fourth Monday In February, May, AKUt and November, " uourt 01 wairaa uonveii Tuesday In in January and first i ,Blrkh, Jttei 0. X.Rnwa k SMITH, Attokney s at Law, BARNETT HARTFORD, 1 Friry - KY. ft Will practice their profesatofl in all t eeurU of Ohio and adjoin I Bg eet v. tenMon given to all bustne eU(rMt4 to their eare. Collections aiiu the Pre-tle- e ef Criminal and Real Betate Law L Speeliltlea. Offlee la Republican and Court of Appeal. B' U. 4-- !- d, Attorney at Law, . HARTFORD, Wlll FRANK L. FELIX, KY.-- pmctlce his profession In Obij and adjoining counties ad In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and CoN lections a Specialty. Office la the Her aid building. ....i..i Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KY. I yAucy l. mosley, " "' Will practice his profession In all th Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Also, Notary Public. Office over First National , r Bask. JOHNS. WILSON CHAS. M.qipwB L " 1 in-f- WILS.QN & CROWE 1 LAWYBRS HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice their pTOfeeedon In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining couix ties, end in the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and to coUectkne. OCHoe oa Main St., opposite Court Houee. H. W. BUCKBEE h I ce TRY THE t. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. AH REPUBLICAN Ohio Counfjr JOB WORK Matters Given Prompt Atten- V tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A SPECIALTY. OTTO C. MARTIN 13 8. P, McKENNET -- - Martin &MeoBey J wr.iii iia-Tgo- rfMf Hartford, Ky. meets-UrsUa- nd General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK aivd Fire." WILL ALSO BOIND YOU. t - gvuun PATCNT8 siuMMioi,utiJviw dTrtij them UioniogU. at ew THAT PA iDoiiM. and iiriD tou Id mirnMSL Bend modfjL Tshota or tkrif h tr.- su. on patenUbllltr. vw w-b- mHULMAHi5 prwnpuj oDuieeq in " An vM w vjimuio "SS hm yr prartlc R II. II.. .. trcnCNCES. rcrfjMCuMa wmo m.itmw ,. . -- ... seventh Street. i,sv J 10 ryrKimm KILL the COUCH AND CURE the LUNC8 to-wi- lt: ..-!- ( Both Phonen S. Dr. King's New Discovery WITH FOR Mi ........"..' C2!Jl?i18 "J2 .oa Fre 3-- I 1- -5 SEEDS9 II 1 Bec.-Trea- TROUBLE. GTjrASAMTXXO SAXISFAOYDftll MM. MUMMY MXfTJMDMW, ANB ALL THROAT AND LUN6 GILLESPIE BROS. HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned s Pressed Dye- 6 Oil &t n Horseshoeing. a Specialty. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and. Repaired. Work called for and delivered. N ing neatly done. Repairing and .w if Club month. rate $1.00 per Hartfofl Piiwiif, GUIf "-- fl 1- -2 Hartford, - Kyg t a .. . , s9Hhl ' - r 1 aet Welcome Words to Women , ' I I WMMt wfce duffer with dtaerdera peeutiar to their M tMM write to Dr. Pierce Md receive free the of &7 experience mirit!T Mat hmmiIover W yen'the disease specialist in .4Mb) M wmm. Tery letter Mhi tort hi the most sacredly jM"S?'""H' eiHitveIr regarded women Maar modet write skrfok from !!r ! ? f6. w.ht th7 wouldloeal physician tm( to 4r Utmi phrsIeiM. The -f- mMmmI. ' ' I I 'K pretty twre to My that he cannot do Mything without " OMflnhMtloa." Dr. Pierce hold that eHetaeteM esaeaiaatloaa are tenerallr need , Jeea, d that bo woman, except la rare cases, should submit te theaa. Dr. Fierce' treatment wiH euro yea rifht ia the privacy of yaw aim home. Hi. Favorite Prescription" ha cured fcdrade of thousands, aoaae of them the woret of omm. It k (he ealrmedieiae of its kind that is the product of a regularly graduated hysMMa. The only one good eaouKh that ita makers dare to print ita every Mredteat oj ita outside wrapper. There's no secrecy. It will bear examine-Ile- a. g No aJeohol and no drugs are found In It. Some uaeonae-uiou- e aafedictae dealers may offer you a substitute. Don't take It. Don't trifle "yewr health. Write to World' Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R. with .a ..UT WMM.m.. I y cmui) iiciiuRii, uwaig, n. V ., -- take' the advice received and be weH i habit-forminI A single SPEED is key-for-every-character motion is quicker to make than two. needed to make any character desired on the complete, straight-lin- e, keyboard of the Only one motion rSTuningMoael 10 Write lot information V to' The Smith Premier' i. Typewriter Company, Inc; ST. LOUIS, MO. aeaa iBBa jvtK3' all .JsUaesT jMm Beam- - JLk aalTTaW JL afcaaaF - Prize Offers from Leading ManufacturersBook on patents. "Why some inventors fail."' Send rough sketch or model for' search of Patent Office records. Our.Mr. Greeley was formerly. Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such had .full chargojof the U. S. Patent Office. x "Hintsjo inventors." "Inventions needed." Ifirteu GREELEY& MANURE l INCORPORATED WASHINGTON, T. C jr OUR CLUBBING RATES. ThbTR-kpublica- The Republican and Louisville Herald and Courier-Journal Globe-Democrat i I The Reptblican The Republican The Republican The Republican The kepubgican The Republican The Republican 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 huU JJauy vwensooro inquirer Twice-a-Wee- k Messenger 1.75 O'boro and 1.75 and .Kentucky Farmer New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 and and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $ 1.25 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. i M Berry GBvans, Only, Tenn., vlHed bin &lser ,MUa Dona Evans last wek Drawghon give contracts, btvck'ed by chain of SO Colleges, $800,000.0 Lawrence attanet. Qworwboro. but oasital, aivl 19 years' suacetaa, to secure poaition under reasonable coh formerly of this place, vlUd ryla- i 'tURoM or refund tuitiea. Suaday. a competitors, by not accepting ww nre Saturday Daughon A asate O'Bryan, of Texas 4 feia proposition, concede that heteaehes more the Beokkeeplng in three montrw than they do in six. DraughoR can coa gqetrt of Mm. CI tot Hldea. Good Positions UABTU III. OnUAl llAllI A gjtesVef Wra. Fred. Campion laBtweok. Prf.' I. 8. Mason, Fordsrlllo, wa Af. a itnoettag at tho Pwnfrksxts In town yesterday. of twenty at itlw naMoa's largest coriMrTand Mrs. Bartlett of Illinois poration held in Niw York, the oth- wWted his sister, Mrs. A. D. er day it was a matter of comment week that of whoso trwlro iter 'Mm.' Weddlug visited her daughter "XAPtner'a 4oyau Mrs. Clarence Koown, at FordsvUle When the yauogtftor tat tome on two days last weak. the farm Bets "tho foluas" &wi fan iirs.'Ilamlolph Wxlding win move cies that thero la no longer thechanea to Indlanapolla soon huswhere that thorausdrltobetorlaa a'bovo fla band' has a good position her book as monotony and drudgery of a tiller keeper. of tho soil, he can ithlrtk of thww ernard Hlckoy Is visiting hla twfolve oaprtalna o( industry who startand Mrs. Ilhomas Hlokey, ed aa he is starting and r&nember TUG Phllpot Camp, M. W. of A. that when they (were iboya there ware glve'a very fine play hene last Saturtimes wh'en they too Imagined that day night and was atttflided by a largo It was a hopeless anVbltlon to aspire crdwid. to win itholr way to Ahe front In Mrs. A. D. Mattlngly died on last the city. Thursday at a paralytic atroke. He wants to rementber that the WMtesvilie came near being "swiped farm has evolved some of the world's of the face of tho eanth" yesterday by greatest men and some of Ita most one of the most furiously raging fires conspicuously uaoful ones and, ithat that over struck a Keatucjty town. with the increasing activities of the The flames ragd for more than two nation in all directions there ianofw;, hours and it seemed as the whole more than ervier, room at the top for ownt mould be wiped away. There the exceptional mam. wlvero were only three storehouses In the contemplation of the stirstanding out of a total ot oibout a ring achievements ot the farmer's left dozen. Whe damage wtlll amount to boy, past and present, If he has imagbetween 15,000 and $20,000. ination he will find helpful inspira tion, whoa the day seems dark and Saved Many FromDoath. the future full of gloom. Let htm re W. L. Mock, of Moak, Ark., believes collect as the world surely does that It was the farm that gave us ho has savjd many lives In his Abraham Lincoln, one ot the world's 25 years of experience in the drug most majestic figures; that gave us business.. "What I always like to do, Andrew Jacksonv Millard Fitonore, tho ha writes, "Is to rocommend Dr. martyred Garfield, Horace Greeley, Sir King's Now Discovery for weak, sore Isaac Newton and the brilliant Car-lyl- o. lunlgs, hard colds hoarseness, obstiJt was a farmers son EU "Whit- nate coughs la grippe, croup, asthma ney, who created the cotton gin, or other bronchial affection, for I which laid the foundation for the feel sure that a number of my neigh 'bocaus growth of tha cotton Industry, now bors are alive and well worth $900,000,000 a year to hhe Uni- they otok my advice to use it I ted State3 and a farmer's tooy Elas honestly bellov-- j its the betft throat Hdwie who emancipated womanhood and lung medicine that's made oa3y from the slavery of the kneodlo by to prove he's rght. Get a tral bottle free, or rugular 50c or $1.00 bottle. Inventing the sawing1 machine. ni Long ibofore Robert Fulton sailed Guaranteed by all druggla'a. his steamboat, the Clermont up th!e Hudson, John Pitch, the ingeniioirs product of a Pennsylvania farm deHONESTY. monstrated that a iboat could be proThero aro men who do not pelled by steam by equipping a skiff actions merely Into thoso with an en'glme and soiling his craft that are honest and those that up the Delaware with Its aid aro not, but create a third subdl-visio- n that of lnw honesty, of brainy farmer's iboy Oliver Brthat kind of honesty which conan sometimes called the "'Watt of sists in keeping clear of the penAmerica wae tho first to built and Tho distinction itentiary. operate a locomotive in the Unitupon which we must insist Is tho ed States. Cyras McCormlck, Inventor vital, deep lying, unchangeable of the reaper, the whirl of which Is to distinction between tho honest day beard 'round the earth, "uias the man and tho dishonest man. maiestoHr-c4-- a.a -- fttiifcw.ryJ. Jllinois Thero are men who uso farmer. The first machine to mlrtta Tactlcal4Joimcsas euphemism for (Hrty merely tacjks was thocjeation of a poTTHcaTand" It is such'men who farm lad. iThoraas Blanchafd have brought the word "polltl- and the device that furnished the clan" IntOj discredit There aro world with the modern screw (was other men" who uso tho noxious the work ot a poor Vermont glenious phraso "business Is business" as Thomas Harvey, a qul&t, thoughtan excuse for every kind of ful farmer's son. To the resourcefulmean and crooked work, and ness of an Ohio farm boy Charles these men make honest AmeriF. Brush who Invented the dynamo, cans hang tbelr heads because of somo of tho things they do. tho world Is Indebted for its prosant Tho scoundrel who falls day great Industrials an'd power iptonts can never by nny possibility bo ,to millions of that give employment as dangerous as tho scoundrel hands. Thomas A. Edison, moot brilwho succeeds, and of all men in ' liant of the world' Inventors, spontho country tho wdrst citizens, sor for the electric light, the phonothose who should cxclto In our graph and a hundred other devices, minds tho most contemptuous was the son ot a poor farm laborer. abhorrence, are the men who have achieved great wealth or Patrick B. Delany, inventor of the nny other form of success In any multiplex, the Delaney relay, the savo a clean and straightforward telepost automatic telogroiph and a manner. Theodore Roosevelt. hundred other telegraph and oaiblo Improvements grey up on a New En-lafarm From a Wisconsin farm came C. L. Sholes, tho Inventor of Starts Much Trouble. the typewriter, which ilevblutlonizad If all people knaw that neslect of the business methods of tho world. constipation, would result la severe In K. M. Turner, Inventor of tho accus- - digestion yellow jaundle or virulent tlon, the dictograph and the iutof-lo- r llvor trouble they would soon take telephone bearing his nam!e, now Dr. King's New Life Pills, and end It. universally usedw1 hen nqtengagyd on Ita the only safe way. Beat for bilihis father's Indiana farm used to ousness, hoadache, dyspepsia, ohllls hire himsef out to neighboring far- and dablUty. 25c at add, druggists, m mers at 25 cents a day seeding corn-awhich .he was acclalmlad an expert. Where sen-Icis the only credentiHONESTY. al that commands recognition and An honest soul Is Uko a ship at a man's ability must square with his sea responsibility, boy" the "ifarmur's That sleeps at anchor on the who has hearkened to tho call of "ocean's calm, y But wbou it rages and tho wind the big city will be found In blows high the front rank oflhe Iwprjd'a useful Sho cuts hor way with sails with workers in every large city on the majesty. face of the earth. Ho makes good and Beaumont and Fletcher. the world nooda him. The man who pauses on bis bon- 5Vr soreneaa f tho muscles whetit-e- r lnduood by violent exorcise, or InWaste Httle of the villain. jury, Qhatmhorlaln's Liniment Is exMartyn. cellent. Thta llntmoot la also high ly esteemed for the rellof Jt affords in The 'more honesty a man has cases of raoumaUsin, Sold by all he less he affects tho air of a aruggriffUs, tjatatLavater. m The FarjMf's lty For Sale iREDAMODePENtyra or photo. Kr eiMrt waKtTaad CBBjTtefcw. pro, liv JVtaT how to oiittln eta. Butliust ilrrtt vlh Wtukfagton monry ana ojint ingpiimi in alL countries. tlmtA urti fttat Oakl kmBL 3 PttKW, tnwl mMb. I " """""Tj Real Estate! CO Acres of the finest Rough river bottom land located three miles wea of Hartford. About 20 acre? ta cultivation. Good dwelling and out buildings. A bargain for $1,250. Patent and InfHitpmtnt Pnctlcs Exelailtily. Writ or fonw ta ua fti VaUM tutM H Hrit) Itmt. WABHIWOTOW, P. C. m. H 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Wo have 460 acres of floe botrtoa land firom ono and a bait to tvp miles of Hartford, part of It wWH Umber. Alao about 75 acres of upland belonging to tha sam tncot. Terma easy. A now ono and one-hal- f star firamo building with five rooms aad largo rocptleon hall, built out of tho beat Situated on Clay solected material. and Fredrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. Lot 60x205 feet Fine well of a$t water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. Anrooa scndliif a sketch and dncrlptton mr qnteklr uosrtaJn onr opinion fr whatrier Commanleif larmiuon Is probsblf ttorisstrlotlrooruidantlal. rlAltOBOOKorjeaUiats ffeaor sni xrew viuaai ithroughxoraecuKozpuenca. Mtmn Patent uka to. rooelTS tpM-io- t no(l4, without obiraa, ta tba 'nTTT, Trade Marks Dcsiqhs Copyrights Ac. ptnthl. u Scientific culatloa A hwidtomslf llltutra! weaklr. IirtMt lr. of anr aclantldd Journal. Terma. S3 a monthl, $U Bold bj all newsdealers. flawim -" SUNN -- Brapch OBoo, tat V BU Waabloatoa. D. 0. Co."- Hew York Subscribe for The Republican $1.00 per year. nkia room two story dwelling Centertown, Ky., has good good cellar, never failing wall ot water, good stable and other out buildings, ono acre lot of ground. A Upleodld location for family residence and hotel. Price and terms reasonable. Apply to BARNBTT & FOSTER, Agonis, Hartford, Ky. Good In POSITIONS GDARANTEED for our graduates. As soon as ws get the required number of students this ofTer will bo withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. GUARANTEE position If need WE will us real soon. Wsyou a many more you at once to supply the enormous demand to-d- W, SOnWABTZ rnlHOtrAC BUSINESS COIjIEGE llfOOHrOttATBD KSTAnLianiD mo-t LOUISVir.I.E. KY. lAn-oth'- er WANTED-- A JfftjRBMatWll aB Tassa-chuse- tts ji Sfy.nra sample latest Model "iianjor' mcrtis JarniirtM &7 in, flfc maxinr monsy fast WriUoruUarltCHUrtanisp0ciMitratcnt, an miinf.l Kiuuinisutim youareceive ana approve 61 your oicrcie. At, and to anyone, anywhare m the U. b w'Juut ctni dtfatit in advance, trttay frtie allow TKN UA1S1 IRKK TltlALdunn which time you mayride the bicycle and, put it to any test you wish If jou are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish ta keep the bicycle ship it back to us at our experuc and jtcu n ill ntt 6 cut ant cent. We furnish ia to maktr riATAnw nninra at one small the lushest erade bicvelea it cost.noasible save profit above actual factory You rnulvni rnibCd til to $11 middlemen's profits by buytn? direct of us and have the manufacturer's guar, 11 UV a ante behind your bicycle. IK) NOTcataloguesbicycle or a pair of tires from amjtnt and leam our uaheard of tctori at any frict until you receive our trfts and rtmarkaSU iftctal ctftrz to rider agenta. our beautiful catalogus ant when you receive lUU niLL DC nalUHldiltU study our superb models at the wmdrffU law 6nti we can make vou this xtAT. We sell the hlarhe.t rraHe hlevrlea for less rnone to RISER AGENT and district ara rida On. ...nrwh.r. I H EACH T0WH and exhibit a. .tnip nr BICYCLR MR.VLKKS, yoo can sell our bicycles under your oTRVWa D" M .. our nrices. urders tilled the dav received. SECOND HAND lilCaTCXKS. We do not refularlr handle second hand bicycles. Si tuuilly have a number on hand taken In trade by our Chlcaro retail stores, these we clear out1 nromDtlv at rjnees rarurine from aJ to &.K or SIO. DencriDtive hatrain hits mailed free. 'nslo whovU, Imported roller chains and pdala, paru, repairs and faAieTTB I eou.pment of all kmds at hatftki unal rttad fruti. III v. nd bis Tire and Sundry Catalogue nnictt the describes and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices. us a postsl NOT TlUNIt UDY1NO a bicycler but mgnT wwrjl or a writeof tires fromtoday. DOuntil you know Of new and wonderful? anyone pair the IwCf ,- costs a postal to learu everything. Write it NOW. offers we are making. It only mu aTilaCO WUlf fWSaCI 1"rsr"0 Iledgethorn IF special Introductory price quoted above; or write for our Puncture-Proo- Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use. DESCRIPTIONS Made In all sites It Ullvely and easy ridtnsr.verydurableandliuedinsidewi! a special quality oi rubber, which never becomes Dorous and which closes up small nuncturcs witncnii aiiow MM Notice the thick robber (reav Ing the air to escape. We have hundreds of letters from "lir statinir that their tircsha eonlvbeen DUtnDed Wm "X" and puncture strlpa MUi and "U," also rim strip up once or twice in a whole season. They weigh no more than rim outtlntr. Thlar inordinary tire, the punctureresUtinKqualitiesbeinzelven ffH to preventoutlast any other tire will by several lajers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the make SOFT. ELASTIC suv tread. The regular price of these tires U jjl jo per palr.bu t for KASV KlDISfQ. ad ertlaincr numoses we are maldnz a snectal f actorvonce to the rider of only U 8o per pair. All orders shipped same day Utter is received. We ship C. O. D. or approval. You do not pay a cent until you hate cxanilnrl and found them strictly as represented; we will allow a cash llscaunt of f per cent (thereby making the price S4.50 per pair) if voir You run na risk lr send FULL CASH WITH OltDKK and enclose this advertisement. sending us an order as the tires may be returned at OUlt expense if for any reason they aro not satisfactory on examination. We ate perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as in at bank. If you order a pair of thee tire, you will find that they will tide easier, run faster,! wear better, last longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price. We know that you will be so well pl;ased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order. We want you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer, don't buy any kind at any price until you send for a pair of are afartrn tellyova:amtiepairtornjxfastwiiioraerjijj. NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PICTURES KAILS, Tucks oVOLna trill tiot l'el the air out. Sixty thousand pairs sold last year. 8 50 HEDGETHORN G PilHCTURE - PBOOF SELF-HEALIN- TIRES ?fiXS&cPr The rtrular retail trice ot these tires if 13 JO ter tatr. but ta introduce tie will g f tires on approval and trial at aW - tnrmir J. L. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL, t e Four-Fifth- s of Your Store Patrons of These Would Be to-da- Were Won by AdvertisingAncl Four-Fifth- s Lost if You Stopped Advertising! Newspaper advertising is a part of all worth-whil- e a part of it which patrons particularly value. For keeps them in touch with your your Bales, the it 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 ita clientele. They expecthe store's advertising to SERVE THEM "not now and then," not partially; but ALWAYS, and fully! To curtail the advertising in volume or frequencywould make the same improssion on them as though you moved into smaller quarters and cut down your force of clerks and workers. To INCREASE your advertising ta make it mora complete as "store News," as a "market letter," as a bulletin of bargains will have the effect of enlisting a lot of new sterarlrisnua every day, and of winning anqw all of tha old ones! store-servi- ce store-events, WHITESYILLE. All other knowledge la hurtful to him Who has not honesty and good .nature. Montaigne. fPHIUAIlauErill" vvi ysu. MainirVTVirPIVfT a4 Htaven that made me honest aaade me more m v Mtaa Anale rVttty, otPa4uoah fin Rows. ' cent of the United States Court TReoor t- - WarltiBcT Um iDotw. alvatM. Br Mfcu era write the system of Shorthand Draughon uiar Brtkjwr, Qwaotsboro, ' toaekas, because th4y know it is THE BESTV vtottea kw pfuvaia, Mr. aad atrs, s'ojr ie tve tstua to ot rid of your Fer FPM! CATALOGUE and booklet "Why learn Telegraphy?' dye last week. Prof, B. C. GfcbaoA was ia Dowllag rlwuTHAUwH. You will tlad CbatoborVkWi explain all, call oa or write JOHN F. DRAUGHON, Pmtteate . Oreei last Iain's Uatoeat woadwfuUy otfeotlvo D'RAUGHOH'S PRACTICAL BUaSIMESS COLLEGE, loa AtaOarV vleiMd aear Ilartord Oas nwHastloa will coaviuoe you ot HfMaroaiTa BajtAtrsUy aad ChwaUty. Its merits. Try It. For sale by all ADUCAH, KAaMVlLLB, ST. LOUW, WWNflMlU), MBMrMM. SVAHSVILU., jAltta Swuu, Owieaaboro, was druKgfcsUi jh Tsaa'tever king did when be Bade a lord. 75 ' - w-- te fl0VlMr ROSENBLATT'S BIO ,.SV&VpVVVVSV&S, SELLING OUT SALE STILL GOING ON! Our new $10,000 stock has been reduced to $7000. We are very thankful for your patronage and want to show you our appreciation by giving you better bargains than you have ever had before. Only 11 days more, and now to get rid of our stock within that time, we are selling 10 per cent, cheaper than we did at the beginning. You can't afford to miss this great sacrificing sale. We are next door to Bank of Hartford. J, A TRIP TO ROSENBLATT -- 2 HE STORE 2 HAT SATISFIES P HARTFORD, KY, f- - $$$$$&$s$$3$$s$$$$$$&ra$$$ i - i Harry Leach, Reaver Dam. iMaji Elite Sanderf ur. Braver Dam, Miry Marks, Hartford. Bertha Loach, Hartford. Afattle B. Mo3ley left Saturday and Marshal Crowe, Sunday to eater school Tuesday. Miss Hattie Glenn and Miss Anna (Continued From First Rage.) Eliza Keown will enter in Jttne for the summer work. part of the material Is of pressed HENRY LEAOH, Supt. brick hut much limestone, concrete finand manble has been uwsd In the Sheriff's Sale. ishing work. The groat llmesfone By virtue of Execution No. 822 dl- columns calls to mkid th- cuts of old jrected to me, which Issued from the architecture. Grecian and Roman Offlee of the Ohio Circuit nnTnintu Alia Ttrvt.. ut. v w.u..o -- . rP lanfcCJtnrt Clark's luaiuu p 7, ": Court, in favor of MoCormick Harvest and native white nurbU trimmed M &s with Italian clouded marble. There Qr are many office and ola rooms In of the finest au, the stxuoture and on or t, ' dttorlumn. to the Soutji ith a June 1911, be-Other lnz capacity of two tweeu the hours of 10 o'clock a. m., buildup one to bo erected as fast as and 2 o'clock p. m at the Court possible. House door In Hartford, .Ohio CounOn of tho anest Interesting things ty, Kentucky, expose to public Sale, to be setn on Normal Heights Is the to following highest bidder, ! 1 of Foster ln Hartford gave a lecture at ttye resular meeting of the school Improvement League Friday night Messrs. W. R. and It. B." Stiffens went to Owensboro last week. Several of our ladles attended the meeting of the V. O. V. at Hartford Saturday night. Mrs. C. L. Chapman, and' Messrs Herbert and Raleigh Wesierfleld have HO CREEK Mit, isaad '' &: i - za mea3le3. Mesdames Leslie Ward aiid R. B. Stevens attended the burial of the little child of Mr. and Mrs Claude Chapman at Oentertown Sunday. Mr. Pleo3 Bradshad who has been very sick Is convalescent. LRU Mls3 Winona Dodson returned Monday from a taw' days visit to her grand mother Mrs. Patterson at Hartford. Mrs. A'Wblo Turn?r of Hillside was the gaeait of Mrs. Elvis Henry JL c4 the the property (or so much thereof as may the old foil yet remain and the moat be necessary to satisfy Plaintiff's dug across the side of the hill by the Hfk1f tn.atv-cj"l vvtfc nrwl ywvao ' . ', fort Is as perfect now as 1C was for- -, .aTiSS. ty SiSsi-irSS- i Ohio County, Ky., m, irfhf nvwovif town of , . iw n v. oupi'uu- 0,UM J laiLua-utsuu iMurm n. t aua otacvu heat and lato latest sshool equipment. uuu bounded a follows: It would be an Injustice to the people of Ohio County to negle3t to say On .the North by lot of V. P. Her; on the Eaot by lot o J. W.JI03S ,on tire Normal Is rapidly coming to the the South by North and on frout It has one hundred and sixty the West by Ceralvo Street, Said lot read. pupils enrolled in that work and at being 80x93 foet and tbe same conIts head Is our pwn Ohio county boy. voyed to S. I. Landrum by Laura A. W. S. Taylor, who la just as full of W and lUBband, Sept.. 4, 1901. prk as he is of enthusiasm and 3 9UOW" o: taoon ,n onl love for hte home people good , uf ,Qeoa A For Sale or Rent. One. stpraJwr.iM. in-- O -- ' ja-o- i.- ., HIrt, nan exchange for farm. ! .t T. C. STRATTON & SON. 43bf. Cromwell. Ky. m m - 3i -- 1 County Organizer and Manager Wanted. A leading Fraternal Insurance Order desires a reliable white tnaa to take charge of its work in this county rto Introduce the Order eollclt members collect monthly dues organ ts lze lodges appoint and manage and so on. No previous experience Is needed as we will teach you how to operate. This Is a splendid opportunity for a good man, Iwith liberal pay and chance of promotion. Devote spare time at start, with whole time later on. Well known man wanted, strictly honest, good ability, one iwho is a hustler and will get out and push, the work forward. Tab is a groat ehance to become an influential loader, to help your Xertow man and make a good Income for yourself at the same time. This Society pays benefits for slckwes3, accident and death. The lodges have grand ritualistic --work, strlotly now and In very partloular. No other Order like It was every started. Over S6.009 memberships already Issued and growing veny fast. Write Immediately for further particulars giving full Information ot yourself Jn letter. Address In confi dence. SUPREME COMMANDER GEN COVINOTON, BRAL, BOX sub-agenAB-293, (A 1, J SChOOiM. All Ohio County with th ftioulty Xeslla Groiif. iriteti hall lnt as well as he teaches school or prepare rhla work f&r tlie rta. roam, The SiUHwiujondwit and his little dullshttully son. HInton, taicod while in Bowling Green by the Ohio County delegation, for which we wish to return our thankj. The whole trip was delightful In every way, with Uie exception of the return from Russellville when It would jseuni a surXt;t of goud Uilugs resulted In a sovuro laodache which had the offeot ot immediately bringing ua from the contemplation of lntolleaj-u-al things to niaUji-a- l things and home. Below will be found a list ot the Ohio County teachers who have enrolled In tho Normal this year. J. C. Banvud, IiiTOr Bam, nam in the Philippine Islands. Thomas Hamilton, Hartiferd, W. S. Hill, Ceraivo, now at Uock-.por- t. ,.. wi,7, UTOa ,v"" 353, levied upon as uw 2G, page the jwirfls stand well and one of them, lrty of S. I. Landrum. TERMS: ad pro- - iw )?'. - wj eHitor-,1"1"'1- 11 Sale 1U be made on a cnMt ot 6 moaU,s' bond wlth '"- ved security requred, 'bearilng inter- 'ewt at tlw rate ot G par cent, per tnom dar ot sal9' and havlllS uw loro,s a,lu ouoat ol tt "i"9 bond, & . ' Coniiibt Hut Sohif oer t Min Witness my hand, this 18 slay of April 1911. T. H. BLACK, S. 0. C. Spring Races Louisville, Ky., May 13th to June 8th. For tho above oooaslon the L. & N. will sell touud tiip lckts under the following conditions: a'iokets eold on May 12th and 13th limited to June 9th, 1911, $4.45. TUckots sold on May 13th limited to May 15 $8.40. Tickets to be soM May and 30 June and 8th, limited to two days from date of H. E. MISCHKB, Agt. sale 4.46. th Carl laik, Foy, Afattie UulsUy, Kod(iort. Honry Uraolson, Pvntls. TDllfton Taylor, Piiettlj. J. D. Falls, FordHvllle. Ethel Ruinos, Bij(ver D&vn. Winnie Rains, Beaver Dam. Auiorloa Bell, IkuiDJoid, Edna Bell, llaiitford. rtJlido aniJ Roy Mitohall, Hartford. iC. E. Allen, Beaver Dam. Xhas. H. Bell, llartiford. Chas. L. Taylor, l'rvntls. James IJainttitoii, Hartford. Marion SIuuhkui, iWysox. 31ancle VanMetcr, Tieavec Dam. Henbort Arnold, Arnold. O. B. Taylor, PtientU. Eva Acton, Olafam. Delmer Stuwmt, OJoct. ' Ar,v C. Ford, Haatford. Eva GMitry, Nflvs. Leslie Greer, lfeford. Georgo Montjry, CenteYtown. Lula Mldklif, IMsAJvllle..' JVlayme young meH may feel that you have to economize in buying your Clothes; you want the lively styles and smart effects m 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 t& sell that won't give satisfaction to the wearer. Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes are the real ecoaomy; 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 to pay. YOU Makft Hum lakini; Easy KY. 43b4 Dividend. By direction of the Ohio Circuit Court, the undersigned will as assignee ot the Ohio County Bank, at his office In Hartford, Ky on May "30th, 1911-pa- y on properly verified dematods "against said, bank dividend ndibr one to tho amount ot ten por oeat on the principle ot each ot said deA. 13. PATE, mands. , 42t3 .Assignee Ohio County Bank. Many sufferers from nasal catarrh say they get splendid results by using an atomizer. For Uieir we preparo Ely's Liquid Cream 'fyUm. U Exot that It Is liquid It is i rjap.cts like tho healing, helpful; pUb allaying Cream Balm that tho iwfrllo has bean familiar with tor yxirs No oocalna uor other dangerous In It. Th4 Boothlng spray 4s a remedy that relieves at ouco. All Mm gUts 7c., Including spraying tub, or mailed by Ely Bros., BO Warreu,u Ntw prk. Hart Schaffner & Marx Clotlies $18.(0 to $30.00 Barnes Special Suits $7.50 to $20. We have Shirts, Shoes, Underwear and Neckwear . ' that will appeal io any good dresser. i9flt , POWDER Thm E. P. i Sbowa, Hartford. iMaud Shultz, Nrtvows. W, Fred AndyrajB, Hartford, .Katie Simpson, Wysox. WI 'Holbrook, UvJa only baking mowifor mattrn from Royal Graft Oraam of Tartar LIME PHSSPHATE Absolutely Pure ik St Barnes Ky. Bro, Beaver Darn, & This Store is the Home of Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes. M ALIiM.KO