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The Ohb County Republican Executive Committee met pursuant to oall at. th court house in Hartford, fast Saturday at 1 o'clock, p. nj. and was called to order by chairman, R. B. Martin. In the abesnee of itho "ins ular secretary, Mr. John O. Ketfwn, Mr. J. Ney Foster was eletedi to act during his absence from the coun ty. Vacancies were Teportod at Horse-Brancand South Rcckport precincts-The formar was filled by the election ot Dr. C. W. DoWeose and the latter by the election ot H. B. Bowen. (Nineteen members ot the commltteo anOh motion the swered the roll call. oall for a maw convention to bo held at the court house In Hartford, July 8th as announced by the Republican State Central Committee was approved. After considerable discussion' it was ordered that precinct conventions be hold iby the Republicans of Ohio County In the various preclncte at tlio usual place of such meetings, on Saturday July 1, 1011, at two o'cloolc n. m. standard time to Select delegates to attond a convention, to be hold at the court house In Hantford, on Satur day, July 8th, to convene Immediately attar the adjournment ot the mass con veutlon, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for the office of Representative In the Genenl Assembly. The following committee .was appointed to dqaft a call for said convention and apportion the delegates among tho preclnots allowing onie delegate for each' twenty-fiv- e or fraction of twelve votes cast fer President Tafit at tho last presidential election: R. B. Martin, C. iM. Baruett and M. L. Iieavrlu. Tlu official call for this convention will apear in our next issue. Tthero being no further business tho commlttoo adjourned. h OF ALL THfcfPEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY. r VOL. XXIII. SPLENDID GRADES HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1911. of Mr. and Mrs. George Pwh, and Is an attractive lady of beauty and accomplishment, she la very popular and much admired by her many friends. Mr. Bean is a member ofono of Ohio county's aldeat and moat prominent families. He is a 'prosperous farmer and a splendid type of the quiet christian gentlemen. Both he and bis lovoly brkde have a largo circle of friends who wish them a happy and successful life. To the I Jj f .' llfflpus denomination In the South. Tho Baptist aro said to have 39.5 per oont. of tho church membership MADE FOR CERTIFICATES of the South, the iMethodlets 26.5 ls per oomt.3ajthollcs 15.9 percent. , t,Av tvjilllllllllllllHLllllllllllllllilllLXWvESHHilllllMHHGt &. JillllllllllllllliylilllllllllBTilllMHMalMWmlMHMBBgaff 5.2 per cent'., Presbyterians 4.9 , '' Va per cent, and Episcopalians 1.7 per Completed Work Examiners cent and all othroJ 5.9 per cent. 'Thursday Morning Twenty The churohes comiootod iwlth this ooHventlott raised Li3t year for carryFirst Class Certificates. ing on their work $9,474,777. Of this sum $1,336,516' was given for missions. The ohurch property of Last Friday and Saturday the ex- the Southern Bafittet Convention is amination for county certificates was valued at $37,203,522. held how at Hartford Collage. Tim mmdaT anamination' was umlar tho direction . . of Suptv "Leach, assisted by Examiners ; BMj5??iMm59alataSBHK Editor Republican, after monibsof C. "B. Shown, .and Late Hmbry. Who tSlence, your ficrlbe' come3 Ito the front attendance waa much latizer than at with a few Ueni3 for the grand old Srevibus examinations, thero being Republican. one ladles and ithlrty one gen- Farmers aro getting along nicely fleroen. with ithelr work only needing rain Tho examination was pronounced by badly. all as very difficult, however thero Health la this neighborhood 13 not " " &&PLl 9H8fta9HHBBBBBBaBBBBBs "?' r ,wero only four failures put of sixty very good,- Colds sawm .BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa the greate3t ditwo applicants. The grades were - on both slde3 trouble with measlesttoed as follows: 20 first class cer- of us. P if 1bb1bBhk;bVbESbbbbb&' HbBbbbbHbVbbbbBh tificates; 26 second clas3 certificates' Tboacco plauts aro scarce and .small LBb2nv!:xbSPBBBEv' t1 BjflBpL KanHBBBBiBBBBBBBBlBBBBiBBH 12 third class certificates. v "HBP7.vmHBBBAII&.' stHnHBBSSi and do odt believe there will be more lA. remarkable featurBr.of the.examtna- 11 " BwWm BcBaHHlBBBBBBBBI than halt crop sat in ithls part ot the tlee was the grades inade 6y "Miss-,-es county MBMwfc JBBlgy bbbvSkIHbbbbbbbbbbbV 'S$&&&' i5Bt.'SaSfc Edith and Efflo Duke, who made Bev. Embry filled his regular ap first claa3 certificates. They are twin pointment at this place Sunday.. ' BHBIBBYBBraiBBvBBKrsB9E!!BBBBaBiBBBBBBBBl 4Mi ' BBBvC .lN " sisters and their grades lacked only J. iR. iler, ot McHenr vl3lted his of being Identical. Miss Edith parents Sunday. per cent, made an average of 87,6-1- 1 V. M. Stewart of Hartford, Routo MHMvv.BBBBKHK wB ?nHB9rBBBBBBBiBBBBH fc?KrtJvand Msa Effle an averags of 87,7-- lt 4, attended church here Suuday. iS3 HBBBBH9nBB4lBBBBBBBBBS par cent A. Stewart and Bill Ratferty, ot J. A comparison of the highest average this place 'went to1 Renfrow Sunday. ppBBBBHbBhf ft lJ1lBffil(JgSeSBB?iBBBBByr Prof. E. . F, Lllea made showed 'that Mr. Sexton of Beaver Dam, visited had the highest which was 96 percent, J. F.'Beck and Sidney" Amos Satur and Prof. H. 0. Grawder second high- day. , est, with 94,4-2- 2 per cent. In the exMr. J. H. Baize who has gone to BBpiBBBBflBBBBBBjBBBBBB9KfiKBHMBBBBBB amination for common school diploma Simmons to 'be with his daughter, tost la w9k prior to the examina- Mra. Raley while she and her children tion for county teachers' certificates have ithe measles. twenty iwere successful and one faileTHOMAS B., M'QREGOR. Mr. Allpn Leisure is in thi3 neigh dborhood visiting his brother and fani' "Who is making a vinning race for tlio nomination for Attorney Tho June examinations will be held lly. General upon tlie Republican State ticket. Ho is a lawyer of ability oJ Fordaylllo on the third Friday and Miss TJlda Leisure vjiltod at Mr, Saturday In June, being on the 16th L. and.oxporionco and as assistant to Attorney General James Broatliitt Sunday. T. Parks The following- - took the and 17. Mr. Rutus Baiee wont to Manda Sad for tho last three and a half yearshas mado an enviable record. Ho certifiteachers' examination foe urday everting. is an oggresaive, progressive Eo'pfiblican any onoLof tHo bo3t cam"r cates: Tabe and Evra Douglas went to L be .of groat help to the paigners in tho State. His nomination Hoover, Brie 'H.. C. Crowder, Dona evening. T. Parks-Sunda3ox, Powell Jones, Rhoda. White-hous- e, Stato ticket in making tho character of fight that, tho party will be Courtland Taylor, Orlaad Announce Encampment Dates. called upon to mako in tho coming campaign. Parle Earl F. .Miller, Carl Park, 'Adjt Gen. Johnson has announa-e- d Wayne RIehards, Geo. Wedding, Oarl that regimental encampments ot Baone, Barl Smith, Carlisle Barnes, tho Kentucky NaHonal Guard will be SCHOOL HOUSES TEXAS IS BANNER Mack Martin, John Wallace, Etfron held at Orell Station In Jefferson, Balsa, Aaren- - T. Ros3, Lee- - Alford, county, during the first ten day of ABE TO BE ERECTED STATE FOR BAPTIST T3zra Crowder, Eno3 Dougherty, Stan- July. The First Regiment will lie Phillips, Fraud Wright, Argent la camp during tho first ten days of ley Shulte, Jlabel C. Porter, Edna Bell, the month the Second Regiment will 299,-71- 8 In Ohio County and Board is Berila Brown, Eva Gentry, L. C. Tay- have the next ten via.ys, and during In the Southern States lor, Frank G. IWler, J, A. Mills, It. the last tea days of tho month itlie Ready to Reoeive MemE. Taylor, Clarence Royal, Walter .Third RegUuent will camp. Myers, H, D. Ros3, Effle Barryraan, Bids. .The officers of the Kentucky Nabers. Hjrman Gill, Vernon Cnowdor, Jesse tional Guard who havo attended the T. Ford, Marvin Taylor, Bffio Duke, maneuvers In Texas iwlll bo preiunt May Hazelrlg, Cullle Morris, Mrs. Ma- at the encampment, and seven Tin Board of UJusatloa will reJacksonville, Fla., May 20. .Texas te! Hudson, Belle Berryman, Lula of each rezlniental encamimient :&Wead3 in the number ot Baptist In tho ceive sealed Mia for the building ol Loyal, Hmma Weller, America Boll, be devoted to instructions In mili sothhorn states. In the Lone Star school houses ia the following Buth Riley, Mrs. Zuraa, Talley, Bertha tary ,tactlc3, and three dayo will be atate 299,718 are- affiliated with this places: Westerfleld Sally Crowe, Edith Duke, sat aside for target practice. Ball's Run Dlv. 1, subJdltrlot 11, denomination, according to thu anw Cora Thomasaou, Bale Taylor, Alpha nual report of the statistical secre- May 37, 1 p. hi. L. B. Tiolwnor, Hartr, Brown, Alma Gentry, Audrie A Good Show Tonight. to the ford, Chalraian. tary, Dr. Lansing. Iturfowu, 7, Itosa Brown, Hattle Gleun, preparation, 'the Southern Baptist coavoutloB, mow In Now Bamus Dlv. 3, After oaretul Lula Hardin, E. F. Lllo. May 27, 1 ip. m. Morgan Patterson, home talent of Beaver Dam wilt .pre- session here. Texas also Uad last year lu the Olaton, Chairman. sent the ronowned military drama, Norse Branch Boy Arrested. Sugar Grave Dlv. 4, 23,165. She Enemy's- - Hands" at Dr. number of baptisms, "By the Chicago 111.. May 22. Lelsle; Nichols Bean's Opera House at 8 o'olock p. also has the largest amount of money 16, May 27, 10 a. a. P. L. Aahford, J eighteen years old, of Horse Branoh, m., Invested in church property $5,477,-90- 4 White Rua, ClialrHiaii. Antlooh iDlv. 4, ubMstict 1, May feho rKy, was arrested yesterday at the Come one and all and enjoy this and has contributed to WihHo Bearhorn, sroot station. Ntohols had delightful enieritalnmettt. This viv- church work $1,812,230, itlw largost 27, 1 p. ta. iP. L. AUhfwd, Rum, Chairman. Jjaaa Vlaitihg relatives In Webb City id portrayal will be given fay four- ainountt of any stato in the South. 8, Shuliztowa Dlv, S., la., and fwias returning homo wtth teen, able, characters of Indian Within the bounds of the convenohuroharand June 3. Richard Wuoter, Boaver his uaole, Henry iDowe'll. At bhe and cunning, military ponvp tion there are Dam, Chainaaa. ebaWon He booame involved lu an ar- and for,maUty, love ' and jealousy, SCO association). 16, Stony Point Dly, C, gument with Doteotiv Dell and when Irish wit and earoasm, Indian honor The number received .by baptism latter attempted ot eject Nlohols an fidelity stagostruck but .bewitch- Into theae churches last year Iwsu May 27, i'.p.'m. J. L. ihysjira, Rook-lor- t, the fjhairnwB, by resGood 134,440, by letiter 10e,853, he resisted. A city policeman was call ing. Time ot play, 3 houfs. 12, June Brown OlVi'6, Nichols was taken to the sta-Ho- piano music between acts by Murray toration 9856 and by statement ed and Terho. Dowell told tho police Daniel (blind boy.) Proceeds will go 9543S5 3, 1 p. hi. J. L. Browu, Rookiwrt, From tliese churohes wore dismissed by letter, 24,848 were OhairnutH..1 that both Jiad transportation good on- to Casco Tribe I. 0. It. M. All bid, must bo la the bands of ly ,wtli midnight and if they wtjronct Admission, 25c and 15c Reserved exclude the nameu ot 8,622 .were the ttmo fixed Tho- total rtho chalrmaa allowed to o they wquld loo this. seats 35c ,T.kkets on aale at Dr. erased and 19,998 dted. Do!, howiever inwUted on prosecut-l- r Bean'ts Drug Store. membership ajt the eua ot the year for opening fom. .wttl We roqulred All cowtrwrtoi's (ha youth, who vrlll lie given a was 2,332,464. To My Friends and Customers. These churohes gave for mlsskuns to glwj bond' afor tfc'e ereotlou of hearing I hare this day bought the entire $1,603,844 and for all purpoaos. house is begutt.' dxoolftoaoee, eau fc hai by oalK For Sale or Rett. O. L. Row in tin store ot whleh Ineludea pastors salaros and interest of ohahiuaiU or tho lag on the One stor hous la Cromwell or will MeMlllau and Ross and cwing to the home oxieusea $10,43485. property Superintend. orop falluros I aoi oompell-e- d bank and exchange for farm. The value ot the ehurah 14,624 HEitSY LBAjGW, Sopt. to offer my goods lor oash only, is $43,393,398. Then ane T. C. STTRATTON & ONf Ky. margla than Sunday Schools, la whloli thetw are whloh will ba at a smaller Cromwell, 43tf.. Popular Couple Wed. balog taught the other stores oan sell oa eredit I 124,11 Spuplls thank you all tor your past .trade, Word ef.God.' Mutton Baptist CtiveiHoa. Mr. Calb W. Bean of Sulphur jm souUera BaMnt Coavtjkton aad ask your conttauoua vartreaaj Mary 8t)rlngt, aad Mlso Ja-aar- t of F. E. aad C. U. , Peach of near Harfcrd' were marrWida, la the tirtttre. a JaldYill, Oh(e Cduafcy Ualou No. 38, t W)e ried Sunday afternoon May 34, 19.11 B. 8. MCMILLAN. foa the lHk last w44a over 28,904 ' May 38 1911, CeaWtown, Ky, Fai'tnera' SduaaUoaal aad eiie ruproaoatad. at 3 oSrfoek at Mm bride's home. UbIob ot Amwiea will meet at xd-vUt- o Roy, T. J. AUr AteonUttg: fb9 b beat available a eousla at the -GIEEMIIIEK. oa Saturday May 27, 1911. groom, offMatod. A large number ot Hwm there are about 6,380,940 May e. fflhe farws are geUlag Let all loeala to b Couaty, please their rsUttYM aai UtiawU friends aMnte. Of this umber 4,11078 Of the Southern aloag utody. w)UC Mv wk. Many take aotlce awl end a full del6kH. were pre&eat. ar la the South. CLAUD PARK. SaO. iBUUcdtadely after tbe :oreaioay and of taea are plaftUig corn. ItotlMU 2,318,911 arc wWU md Mr N. Y. colored, eongratuUUoaa We haty oouiilo netlr-o- d bas miwli a )ag la Uw NorUwa Yiolii for Sate. to t hoaas of the roo'a faither SMm thw art 1.190.8W BajUt. oora drill aa4 fertiliser drawM'i.aad 'whihliig to buy , flnst- TiMra are a,48 churehe eoanotd ha oaa Hde aad ylaat hte oora. Mr. NoH eaa, of Sulphur Sprlags, wWi Uw 8euUara JbuMM 0Ta- Tha4 nlwgtag elaas uwwUat, ra-brl- er eUs VWta ekll a B. T. Vaytor (Bar- where thjr will reside. sehoolhoww vry Sua4ay aigit. ber) Harbtenl, Ky, 4Mi Mrs. Beaa la the eldest daughter Uon. Tlhsy wk up Ute lartwt re- DU-clp, Filled Voters of Ohio County. iHL ' - SyGf BKjBh H?3-m- Dundee, Ky., May 22. Having decided not to make the race for Repre-scnwit- lv ot Ohio County on account of my business bolng such that I feel that I have not the tlm to at- tond to tlie duties of a candidate, nor to tho office If I were elected, I hereby notify all my friends of both parties that I will not make the rico Representative. for I sincerely thank all my friends ot both the Republican and Democrat panties for the honor I have received from iJhem. I am, Yours truly, W. S. DEAN. 5 cBkSSsibSbKa.kHbbbbbbbbbbbH Surprise Birthday Dinner. On May the 14th Mr. Horace Tay- 1-- lor was .greatly surprised oa re- iBSBBBKIfc turning from church at Liberty to find that his .wife had plannjd a surprise dinner on itho anniversary ot his 39th birthday. Mr. Taylor did not seem to realize that such a nice surprlo had been planned for hlai until a host ot his relatives and friends began to stop to take dinner with him. Every one enjoyed the dinner and tho entire diy. lmnieusley but none enjoyed it more I'hanM r. Taylor. There was an abundance of good things to eit and all seemed' to be delighted. After a heartfelt italic by Rev. sesMell and a general love-fea- st sion, the crowd was dismissed and greatly every ono departed benefited, spiritually as well as socially. Many If not all will havo;a pleasant rememorance of the d.iy until Ged calls us to a better home In heaven. The following persons wew piva- ent: J. W. Taylor, Henry Taylor, J. Birch Tajt'.or, Horace Taylor and wife and san, Otha Birch; Rev. and .Mrs. . L. Mell, Mrs. Sallle Barrett, Mr3. Nannie Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. W. P.. Loaoh and son Edward, and Mr. graaddau&toter, Ailene Black; and Mrs. K. P. Stevens, son and daughters, Jesse and Ura; Mr and Mrs. P. B. Taylor and son, John Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Las Taylor and Calude and Myron, sons, Lllbura, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Taylor and sons Thomson and Edward; Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Taylor, Mr. and M. L. T. Hammoas, Mr. and Mrs. Otis WilTaylor, liams, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. wife aad George BalUell, Mr. daughter, .Mlttle; Messrs. R. E. Barrett, Frank Fleoner, Henry M. Plr-tl- e, Aubrey Hooker, ,, .Misses Gola Eva Hocker, Mary Cecil, Suein Taylor, Katie Pendleton, Lucllo Taylor, Luolle Plrtle and Balls Taylor. . '' iNW Decoration Day Services. w Grow-barge- suh-dlstrl- oi eub-dtobrl- The annual decoration day services for Preston Morton Post No. 4, will be held a.t No Creek church;next Tuesday, May 30, at 9:39 o'clock In ithlj morning. The following program will bo adhered to as near as possible, thouglt It may bo changed In some respoats: Invocation Rev. Crane. Music By NoCreek Choir. Oration Rev. Claude C. Hall, of Illinois. Music By the Choir.. It o'clook a. m. adjournment and decoration of soldiers graves at Carson graveyard, Old Mill guavoyard and Mt. Herruon aud other points by the committees to be selected for that punoee. There will .be no dinner on the ground and no afternoon Those coining from distance will be entertained at dinner by lo-oltlswns. Let everybody bring flowers. i . B. S. CHAM BERLIN, j .W. C. WALLACE. D. E. WARD, i Loral Commltteo. aor-vle- ei. oll for-tltu- sub-dlstrl- ot ! Fishing Party. A small party ot young people wpent last Wednesday fishing and plcniclng. A pslendld lunch was prepared by tho ladles, and a most enjoyable tlrao' spent. Those ia the party were Misses Lena Render, Eva IClmmel, May Knell, Etta and Clara Wallace, Moblo Mckernan Ina Brown and Moaraj. Clyde Wallace and Mr. Chanley. Communicated. .Deputy Sheriff S. O. Keown and family, of Beaver Dam, are spending the week at High View on Groan river, tlshlig. Prof. Russell Cooper ot Fordavlllo who has been visiting relatives in Beaver Dam for the past weJc returned home Men day. Mr. R. W. Tlnsley arrived homo yesterday to spand the summer vacation here. H has bewu atUndlug Keatueky Sfcuto University fer tho ' paat nlao months. Hon. W. H. Strange, ot Muafordtt-vlllKy., representing bhe Btato office, Is la .the city gather lng statistics from Ohio county fof the. next Agricultural report. IXR 8ALB, FARMS A.liales, troar 6 to 300 acres. W caaj pleaaa 'you It you want to buy A. C, YBtSBtt & CO., 41tt Hartford, Ky, e, n. aub-Akk- - lorg y. dlrnt 0. Pj KEOWN. In anobhar column' .will be found the anouncetaout ot Mr. C. P, Kbowh tor the office of Representative of Ohio County in the next Geaoral Assembly. Mr. Kown Ui well known 'all over the county, havitvg- jsenved two terma as sheriff, some years ago, and has been prominent, ia Republican politics since early manhood. Ho Is a man ot ability, and wide experience Hi public aJfalrs aad will make a strong race both, lor the nomination and In the .general eleotloa ahould he e nominated. - .jn, - ' Meiig . Jcj mh k4. 1 aroryoae.Rnd way should appeal ILAME wd DON'T It oe ttve In Ofele cHty the Bfthr soaMwhere eAso, or If TIE NEWSPAPER TELLS TIME OF DAY tfwre aro foojw wo have, oo out mother from M Ohfio m1 Iot hsre, it la a question wltteh asould ii Tells Clergynaa apply te thm, It to, a vwy; Ikttio Milwaukee Fopular Chronometer in Turkey Aag In a way, yt, In another wajr, Some Plain Facts to ono of the bbj&st things In life, Odd Ways of Determining beotlT illow lon haa It His People. the Hear of Day. dlav you been dutiful In this re- - EYE IF TIE CAT - .?' Havo you boon thoughtful enough That the clergymen appreciate the A watch r a clock waa about as to outllna your duty? Influence of newspapers aa koenlyas years ago as an rare In Turkey fifty re any class of professional If you iiavw boon unduttfui, toon 4n tibia aeroplarw Is In America now, says th solve to do .better in tho tu country Is evident from the ifrequoncy y (Even In tuno. Los ngoee Times. the smaller cities nnd villages a If you havo been thoughtless and with aihlch they allude to them in Wore la what the time pteoo in the houso Is a convon careless, become thoughtful and al their sermons, Roy. P, Stanley Powtes, of Mllwau-'klonoo and luxury Indulged In 'by a lev so careful. told hid congregation on a of tho wealthy class. If you havo a nnothor living and Sunday oveuing. . is the clook of that land, a yau aro soparaed from hr, a lov Nature "Wo, as clblzera of tho metropolis clock which naver stops or falls to ing mossago from you will lb wonth of Wisconsin do not half appreciate purpose. Tho crow of tho more to serve Its her than diamonds or gold what our no ws pa pore aro doing for cock is tho sluiptost rsays Armenia or sllves or precious raiment. of ton wo ought fto gvo thom credtho sun moat dependable and convenDid. you over stop to think hdw it for the effectiveness of their work ient, and the.cafa oye the most diffi- much you owo your mother? Do In molding public opinion. most you Oocldoatals the cult and to realize tho deiptiis and tandor-mdand not condemnation should be humorous of Umapkcea . of a mo'.hor'a lovo? Do you ro- our policy. lit exorts much power regularly morning, allze how The cock crows far sho would go for your forenoon, noon, atitornoon and even- comport, how much sho would sacri- for good, and df tho chumh, of Is looking forward to tho ohurch of ing, and serves the purpose of the fice for your sake? tomorrow to ibe a factor for good it striking clock of a bolfry tower .Some Think It over . must acknowledge this in every phase times a cock crows at irregular perl Motherhood Is the most sacrod ods. Woes unto him! for superstition thing on this earth. Do you lvalue ,of llfo. "Our press does "exert a moral Indemands that his head too shopped off It as such. a demand whloh Is compiled with If you have a mother, cherish foor. fluence, and many of its editorials are splendid lay sermons. Its exposing without delay tor to tolerate an Ono day when shol3 gone you'll cock Is to bring bad luck so remember wftat she was worth, and graft and denouncing crlmo and unpolitical tho natives focrtlo.v.o. avry little klaxlnoea toward har that derhand proof of schemes, as it now does, is itself that it is deexperience to be able you can recall will be a pearl. It needs little The to tell without It bo morning, noon best you can do will never repay cidedly favorable to morality, flaring "If the public demands afternoon or near evening by merely your niothsrV lev and kindmss. noting tho polstlon of tha sun. The Do your boatr that will ibe little en- headlines of crimes and debauchery, the newspapers .Will puiblissh them. time Is mono accurately told by Judg ough. Don't blame the press for what you Ing the shadows cast by the sun Pollbeness ,oonsldoratton for wowhich Is tho modo mo3t iwpular with men generally, is a good sign of man yourself tako an active part in. The church flays the Sunday newspapers, the shepherds In tho fields. Un0s3. Reveronoe and tenderness toStill another mathod, more accurate ward oiw's mother Is tho supremo when ite success Is made what it is by the patronage of the ' Christian They hold their tost. Is tho following. church. thuptbs touching oooh other horlzan-tall- y " If you are not at your best In "The press has Its faults. It makos extend the forefinger up thi3 specification begin the work of and sad mistakes in many things, and at perpendicularly. Then they divide gottlng better at onoe. times forgets the real Tvanjta of our into six iparts nominal hour points, A letter to mother helps a whole lot city. .We do not need" warnings at tho thumb and forefinger of each and How long since you wroto? all times, and in this particular I one hand reprosontlng the morning hi ram W. mabe. feel that our city papers create a and the other tho afternoon. A Father's Vengeance. "" wrong impression. 12 When the thumbs Join being Are You a Woman? "A clean press mains a clean city, o'clock, tho tip of one forefinger rep- would havo fallen on any ono who at Baltimore, Md. Mrs. W. H. ison, at tacked the son of Peter Botidy of Sout and to obtain this wo should not deresenting c o'clock in tho morning 1419 Basfc Madison street writes, "For in raising the and tho tip of tha other G o'clock In Rookwood, Mich., but ire was power- nounce but less before attacks of Kidney trou standard. We as Christians do not several years, I suffered, off and on, By hording the in the attenoon. hands In the described position ' to- ble. "Doctors could not help Mm," he familiarize ourselves with the actual from womanly troubles, until finally I wa3 tiak'eni down and could do nothward the sun the shadows cast by wrote, "so at last we gave him Elec- noadst and then see to it that things ing. The pains I experienced, I shall ono forofin&or upon tho otker .twill tric Bitters and ho lmprovwl wonder are improved. We sit backhand decry point to the correctt time, as Judged fully from taking six ibobtlw. Its the our city press' and try pur Utmost to never forget. I lost weight Hnttl I by tho hours nominally marked In best Kidney modlcine I over saw." make our denunciation- - .effective. waa only skin and bones. I believe "This only widens tho branch butwean I would be In my grave It I had not mind. Tho .hour divisions may be di- Backache Tired feeling, Nervousnoss, Loss of Appstiite, "warn of Kidney troul church and press and' nothing Is tried Cardul." Are you like Mrs. Ison vided Into additional parts as the bio that may ond In dropsy, diabetes gained. Our Milwaukee press Is at- - weak and discouraged, because of quarter hours. some Painful aUmont? Cardul will dlsoass. Beware: TolteJ Jjxtlng the, morals by tht cat's eye or Bright' To tell the tl help you." Try it today. Any drugsounds at first humorous but It can Electric Bitters and 'be safe. Every ntlrl in my opinion rtghtlyt-;v bottle guaranteed. GOo at all druggists, "Whon our clergy fully -- realize that gist will bo glad to sell you a bo odn. The average person perhaps 0-I- 6 50c at all drug and not denunclatiorr'la bobtle. is not aware that the shape uf the bottlo guaranteed. gists m needed to Improve humanity, cat's eyo undorgoos changes during then A Boy and His Goat. shall we appreciate what the press Is tho day. flu tho morning tha pupil Is Down In Benton county, Ark., last Patronize Your Home Merchants doing for our city. Wo havenot-a- n normally circular, but gradually It boy raised willing year, a fifteen year-ol- d narrows until noon, when ony a narTo patronize your home mwehonte editor In our city but who fifty with-uto row tseak is loflt. As the day in makngflils of bushels of corn on an aero and Industries Is not only partiotlc dry, flinty hillside. He plowed the It resumes its normal shape and a.duty'ot good citizenship, but it papor ono of power for good' Ifvwe becoming oval about 3 o'clock In the Is to your personal advantage, botii show ourselwa to foe In the right" at- ground with a small plow he had mar ufactured himself out of discarded afternoon. In Turkoy it Is common financially and sociologically. ',"V The titude for harmony." scrap Iron at a country (blacksmith for tho old folks to call tho cat to truth la that every dollar spent in their sldus in order to ascertain the your home town will find lta way How Much Would you Gife" for shop. Inclontally tho motive powerd of the plow was a billy goat. time. back to your purse, but tho dollar the Det. The boy did not belong to any corn As an illustration of how accuratespent a'way from home la In all prothe pioneer collection agency. club and did not use any scientific ly tlmo can be measured by the bability gone fowver. The profit on 21501 dearborn street Chicago 111. methods of cultii'vatlng his lands, tout shadow cast by tho sun can bo cited each dollar of. 'business transacted at I. he grew more corn on his acre of a trfal In tho courts of Omaha; Nob., home enriches tho community to that gentilmln: yoro letter of tho 0th received rough ground than many of tho nearhold In tho first weak of January, extent and Increases the value of and I want to say that it afforded by farmers who used Im 1911, where a man waa acquainted of property. the boys much pleasure an plements and who prided themselves the chargo of attorni'tad murder Yet many persons In our commu- was no letter one geutllmen would on their corn growln ability. The through U.-- alibi established by the nity as well as elswehere are in reshadow of a church steoplo caet upon ality wasting money, time and energy, rite to anuther. Now In the first boy explained his crop to Tils astonisha photograph wlhch contained the to get to some larger town or city placd 1 will give you a hlstery-o- f the ed neighbors at harvest time by saycase an thin if you think 1 ought to ing that ho had continually worekd two accusing witnesses who had tes- statedly every year for the simple . i of Agriculture heard of his accomtified seeing tho man lwtwoen 2 and purpose of spending their money plishment and this year has supplied 3 o'clock In tho afternoon while re- among etrangers, The money was him with the best seed corn, to be turning from churoJi, oftcr the photo- earned at home, and itlioe stransers obtained. The boy is going after a graph was talcen. among whom It is spent are not likerecord vf 100 bushels to tho acre and angle forml by the ly to do anything for tho upbuilding But from he probably will make it if the goat shadow and tho horizontal "boards of of our town. Of course our good holds out. The Commissioner of Agtho church In ths ihdtogruph Father neighbors are ready to give reasons riculture offered to furnish. him wtlh 'Ttlggs, astronomer at Crelghton why thoy are doing ao; but their rea a horse or a niul, but the offer was calculated the time th sons aro curious and evaslvo crea-turo- a docllned with thanks and" the plow Is must havo been taken and like tho will of the whips, whlc The same relief is ready for "you. being operated by the goit power as testified that the oxact momonit was we saw with fear and trembling In during tho afternoon at 3:21:29, ono our childhood days behind grandfah-- J Arc you sure you do not needn't? heretofore. If ithla year's cron is ns big as last year's tho boy is to be .'hour lator than, tho wltneeses had tos- - or's barn. Without entering Into auy If Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy helped taken to the Arkansas State Fair to :tified they met tlio prisoner. The long by arguments ,wo belUvo that Charles Holmes, why won't it 'help display bis queer farming outfit aloug 'tostlmony glvou ly tho astonomerr accordng to common horsi sense, It you? with samples of his crop. was o condso and clear and tke 1m- - Is tho duty to evwy loyal citizen to "I wutroubled with heart dlstaje,1 The achievement of this mountain possibility of the witness having seen support financially and morally your and alter reading- about Dr. Miles' boy and his aoat should be nrth a tho accused ninu at tho scene of the homo merchants and to subscribe for Heart Remedy, I got a boltle. Begood deal to the farmors of Arkansas fore I sot the Heart Remedy I ha . crime at the tlmo It was alleged to your homo paper, In the way of an object lesson, it Is to lit up most of the night, and felt 'have be oltcnuntod was shown' toba very bad at my stomach. Whatever In no way an example of progressive no absoluu that Uio accused man was Mchenry. 1 would eat made rae feel worse, and agriculture, but it ia a testimonial to ; Hcqulttod. my heart beat very fait. Butthaata May 16 AVork Uer Is dull at pros-the Importance of sticking to the Job to Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy, I as xmt tho mines only run from throa It shows that energy and persovor-anc- a Balkea at Cold Stool. all right now. I eat good, sleep to five days a woek, can work .wonders, even Jn th ' good, and feel like a new rain, "al"I wouldn't "hi a. doctor out aiy llhore was d match game of bass absence of ordinary facilities though I am almost 63 years old. X" and foot off," said II. D. Ely, Bantam, 0., ball played here yosterday 'between th have been a soldier la the late war modern means of optratloa. iCourler 'VUthoush a horrible uloer had been second niuo of Moilenry and Kelson of the nbellloa, and was badly Journal. feho plague of jay life for four years. wounded." CHARLES HOLMES, Creek. Score six and tea la favor Instead I used .BuoUlou's Arnica Salvo of MoHenry, Private Co, B. 54th N. Y. Infantry Spit, Quit, Fit. and vxy foot was won oomplattiy Volunteers, Waits. Delaware Cft?. Mrs. W. J. arowbargw is visiting Illnes, Ala. Ia a letter, from this N.Y. cured." Heals Burns, Burns, Bolls, Sor friends' and relatives near Rochesplace, Mrs. Eula Maa Bradley aays: Bruises, Eczvjuo, IUmples, Corns. Su ter this weak. "I used to spk up all I eat. I was Dr. MiW. Pito euro. 25 at all druggists m Mr. George Crowbarger and Denala tired and deepy all the time. My S;valn and wife visited friends' and, is' kept in thousands of hom-Ahead ached, and I could inuxlly drag A Question for You. relatives near Cool Sprltvgu Saturday friend always to be relied upm in around. Sfcrae taMag Cardul, this has Bach inaji romomben what a good and Sunday. entirely quk, and sow I feel quite fit. time of rmsd. " . friend his mother was bo blui, when Mr. Jean Hlbbs gave the boys and Mrs. Brdly suffered ffwsa iswwnm Sol) by all DfunMa If ' . the matter Is .brought up, 'but a great girls a musical ontertalnraoat last tedi0UoB. Cardul build up fee btt) tll te kwn4K, yeue mH& HaaByof thw, when. they get aiyay Thursday night. All present rpont ,l aerveue system, aad strong Wiong the r4um4. Afck any Drvn&- ' froBTlioi&e, .torsqt. a good time. Tthat's iwhv MLB8 MIDMAL 09., WWurtSiA wewfcnW eoaetttuktoa. ' '1IJbw,)Bgr.8lBQyoj(wrot.hoj)ie ' ;HriAjbirt TaylSr-p- t ikia ,4aW Cr4u4 helped JMra, SAtflHw tml why to HKrtlwT"" la' a queUoa thai al- - weatto Oentortowa yvswrday eyeli. wMtfyeni. Try it 7 to-da- y Ho-darq-oe- nt ss to-d- ay isrespectfully, yro-.gress II MB speatT pay Mw Leaber Oil bowpany's claim then all 1 got to my to ithat you are the darndat foefe on- earth. In 1907 my gtn, atwl corn mill burned fty to the ground as ldfilnt have no Inaurasee so this "im a flat low. then in 198 oe holiw in my saw mil busted and bkwod hell otften evorything for miles around and ome purtni blowing hell outen me, the Insurance company said that my insurance was for flro and not for a boiler Austin so 1 dldnt git nothing outeo. that; Then I Rook to Wrlnk and drank up everything 1 had. excepts tho dels. N Then in 1909 i decided that i would reform and signed the pledge. .Then 1' .bought an ox team, a pair of toxas ponies, a breech loading shot gun, a ot of fine books a piano and some fine chickens all on ittio' Installment plan, And Joined tho farmers alliance, the Methodist church and got blacked balled by tho woodmen of the world, the lltcnln struck the ox team and ono of the ponies died and the other one 1 hired to a Jew drummer what drove his to death, the shot gun is busted and 1 cant road tho books lhad to havo (tho piano tuned and the chicken havo got lice on them. Then 1 had my picture inlarged. and hired hands to build a fish pond, the picture dont look like me and the hands sued me for diglng the pond. In 1910 my sister married a nigger and my wife run away and left mo with a brace of nine months old twln3 to take care of. Jf turkeys was selling for two cents oach 1 could not look a Jay bird in the face. NofW If you think I ought to pay this bill Ithen Jump In, but lot me give you a gentle hint, getting money out of me is lltaa stuf-fi- n butter down a wild cats throat with a hot all. So now let the storm begin and 1 pray that there may be a storm of brimstone and fire and that the storm shall spend mos Of Its furry around 21501 dearborn street Chicago ill where you claim to got your male. Yours maliciously and UNCLE SAfll calls your aUwUWi.'toavoomifiillve. statement of his bank as of March 7;' 1911, riiado to tho4 comptroller of tho .curreaey, - and of samo dato 1010, which shows-a- ,incre8 of more than v $150,000.00 In One Year UfarMi 7. 19M. LoSisand Discounts....? Overdrafts U. S. Bonds and Premiums Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures .... G9,850.08 Cash Due from T" RESdUlWES. ' ' ' ' Lean' a-nd M&rrti 7. 1941. HBSOUBCBS. 837,937.31 708.9a 231,905.91 .Fumt-22,000.- 00 754,763.71 640.39 Discounts ,. cjveraracta r .. .., U. S. Bonds and Pre- - 181,146.53 mums BanMng House, ifeure sad Fixtures ... ' 20,900.00 l I Cash t ....180,465.90 Due toon and BankH U. S. Tneaa. 87,183.03 157.0M.H 11,115,683.74 Baaks no V. . 'S. Trow. "j 178,150.33 $1,268,792.50- ' . 97,684.43 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Surplus Fund Circulation Deposits I LIABILITIES. $ 250,000.00 OapllStook '.'.'. . 2,609.00 Surplus Fund 180,000.00 OlrculaUon .4 676,167.51 Deposits .. "....$ , 250,000.00 6,500.00 230,000.0(T 770,607.82 .. .. . IF $1,116,583.74 , $1,268,702.50 QQ Dam of the employes in the I CI Cfnt1 VC11 of all bank failures are caused by employes bor-7- 7 rowing too much of the bank's capital. NONE United States National Bank can borrow one cent out of that bank. Make the" United States National your banking home. It will loan you money or pay interest on time deposits. DIRECTORS. E.T.Franks, J. McCulloch.J. T. Griffith, John Thixton.C. E. Birk, J. J. Sweeney, Lawson Reno, Henry Wile, Dr. Aretaeus Kirk. W. -- Fine Crops ofjr Tobacco '0 . Ju can be raised if the ground is properly prepared before setting out the plants, and you liberally " 'Use High-Gra- de VirginiaCaroIitia Fertilizers -- . " " a- - Jit' v " ";, an-that-- lt h Then you should nourish the crop at frequent intervals during the growing period with the same plant food. Work well, being careful to feed the crop with only Virginia-Carolin- a Fertilizers, made especially for. tobacco. This will insure a big crop of fine, tobacco that will yield big money. high-grad- e. "I am all right now, thanks to Dr. MUes' Profitable farming is fully explained in our new free FARMERS' YEAR BOOK, or almanac, and it is yours for the asking. SALES Richmond, V, Norfolk, Va. Atlanta, Ga. Savannah, Ga. Columbia, S. C. Durham, N. C. Alexandria, Va. offices Charleston, S. C. Baltimore, Md. Columbui, Ga. Montgomery, Ala. Memphis, Tenn, Shreveiort. Winstoa-Sale- Unl-jvorsi- ty Heart Remedy.'- LCftenifcrf), -- u. I 11 N, C. A .br-tri- . 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When well mixed, add one tablospoonfful of sugar, ono-ha- lf teasjpoonfull.of salt, one and one-ha- lf cupfuls f slftod flour. Have the gem pan hot and well groaed. Fill half full and ibake twenty minutes. BOILED LIVER. inch slices. Cut tho liver in one-ha- lf water. Let it Cover with bolllnc Btand for five or six minutes. .Drain and wipe dry. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Broil in a well fereased broiler five or six minutes. Put on a hot platter. Spnead .with bits of butter, Serve very hot. ANGEL CAKE. Uso the whites of eleven cgs,ono tumblers of sifted granuand one-ha- ll lated sugar, one tumbler of sifted flour one iteaspoonful of Manilla, one teaspoonful of cream of tartar. Stir the flour four times. Then add the' cream of tartar and stir again, but measure It "before putting in' the cream of tartar. Sift the sugar and measure it. Beat the eggs .to a stiff froth on a large platter. On the same platter add the sugar lightly .hen tho flour very gently then the vandlla. Do not stop beating until you put it In the pan to bake Bake forty minutes In a moderate oven; try with, a straw and If too soft, lot remain a few minutes longer. Do not open the oven until the cakohas been In fifteen minutes. Turn the pan upside dawn to cool. When occol take out by loosening around the sides with a knife. ICING. Change of Heart. 'Seylervllle, Tenn."I never did believe (n patent medicines," writes Mrs. Martha Hown, of this place, "un took Cardul, and It cured me. til For. ix months, I could rot do anything. Now I do all my housework, and1 It don't tiro me. Doctors: failed, but Cardul saved my life." Tho bene fit from taking Cardul is not confin-e- d ,,toj)ne part of tho body. Cardul Improves the whole womanly syatom. It-- , helps headache, backache, falling feelings, and female weaknoss. Try it. fit will help you. Prico $1. D-- J.3 tfff'H ,'.! 'I GASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PEK CENT. Adc(able Rrnarniirtn fir J slmilaiingthcfoodaMRcgiita-Itagth- 18 Stonuflis mdBwM IIHIIMM.'I s Bears the Signature of Wbf nU Some Truth to this. Nowadays when Johnny is bad at school., the teacher takes down her book'Jand give htm a black mark; the? next day he is worse' than ever. Fifty-- , Jfars ago when Johnny was badln school the teacher tcok down ailoirw&od sprout, made two dozen blackmarks around his bare legs, and. Johnry jieVer repeated the of fense- - P;fty years ago Johnny got upiCaty.daylJght started a 'fire, fed Uwhorsos, milked tho cows, cho- ppod the wcod, 'brougith enough to -- y HFMKTlH m Promotes DigestionJChcfrful-ncsand festronlahs ndtner Opium.Morphtnc norrliocraL a Not Narcotic, jUxJam jtehtSttd IftrmSctd-lianrpr- Jfoji)fC7JZkM2IffiUZ!t JtxbttttUt- t- AW iW In m tlanr. Ayr Ait forConslipas Use For Over lost, all day, ate a hearty breakfast Today- Aperfect Remedy - J andrwulk. d five miles to, school. -Johnny does not get up at all unless forced to, eats IXtle or no breakfast, goes out bohlnd the barn a cigarette, and If a school house" is more than three, blocks away grumbles abouj. the long distance' he had to walk. The Johnny of fifty years ago Is now a hale man;- fifty years from now and the y Johnny dead and will be burled. to-da- uonaouT3ioinaui.uiuiw" Worms.CoHvul$ims.ltTri$n-ncs- artdLOSS ofSleep. ef lacSimilc Signature NEW' YORK. raj i Guaranteed under Exact Copy of Wrapper, Foo Thirty Years GASTORIA THE OINTUH COMPANY, flIW TO" CITY. the right thing It you have Catarrh. Get Ely's Cream at once. Don't touch the cat arrh pqwders and snuffs, for they contain cocaine. Ely's Cream Balm releases the secretions that inflame the natal rassapes and the throat, Do"; Nasal Balm rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTi THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN .. Phono No. 22 -- - Hartford, Ky. L. DISSOLUTION OF Must Hurt's was quLte a success. A large attendance and all report a great time. STANDARD OIL CO. Miss Lena TJlden visited Mr. D. Tucker and wife last iwoelc. Mr. and Mrs. John Couch, of Beaver be Effected in Six Months Bam, visited at Mr. V. V. Dukes last Says Supreme week. Sourt. Because the Standard OH of ds a monopoly in (restrain within six trade its dissolution months was ordered iby the Supreme Court In a decision carrying the unanimous opinion of tho tribunal as to Its main features. Corporations iwhosa contraots are not unreasonably restrictive of competition are not affected and the court also holds that the rule of reason must be applied in dealing with other great corporations whose acta may bo called Into question. The decision will be considered by the President and his Cabinet. The Supreme Court holds: That the Standard Oil Company Is a monopoly In restraint of trade. That this giant corporation must bo dissolved within six. months. Corporations whose contracts are ''not unreasonably restrictive of competition" are not affected. Other great corporations whose acts may bo called Into question will be dealt with according to the. "merits' of their particular cases. The court was unanimous as to the main features of the decision, Justice Harlan dssentlng only as to a limitation of the application of law. the Sherman anti-tru- st President TaSt and Cabinet will con eider Immediately the entire trust situation and the advisability of pres-sln- e for a Federal incorporatloiu act. Oorpora-tlo- n Slot headache results fnom a disordered oondWoa of the stomachy and can be cuned 'by the use of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver, Tablets., Tr m. It. For sale by all druggists. EDWARDS SCHOOLHOISE. May 15. regular AppeiBttasBit gu&oay wWi Quit Jtev. Cooney Hilled his at Bstbel church a tense attwx-dao- ta . iFaraers are very busy replanting corn. -- Jr. J C. ,A.-- aad Mm. JofcaWillw Waited. Mr ftwally Saturday Rryast a and ited BuMtey. Mr. "Walter Caaady ' Se this em(iRKy ffcRay. eaady pulllBg jfiven At Mr, J. ftd family vis- Master Ernest and Shockniey Martin visited Mr. Dorman Hurt and faml ly Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Cortis Porter and wife visited at Mr. C. A. Bryants Saturday and Sunday and attended church at Bethel Sunday. RevC. ooney was a guest at Mr. Dorman Hurts Sunday. of Sulphur Mr, J. D. Johnson, Spring's was in our community (Monor torn, It can be replaced with now. day. When it fades, expose a piece of papMaster Allen Wlines Burton visit- er to the sunlight to rade the tints ed W. V. Duke and family Saturday until they match perfectly, then raatol night It against the paper and you wollnot Mr. D. Tucker and wife visited In regret saving the patches. Schroader neighborhood Sunday. STARCH POLISH. Miss Sara Tilback irl.ilted iher sisOno-thiounce white wax; ter Mrs. Lucy Volls, Sunday. ounces' spermaceti; mix IngredLouis Cook and Mr. Mardln Mr. Mluton went" to Dundee Saturday on ients together and add a piece as large as a butterbean to a gallon of business. Clean the Iron with it Mrs. Martha Ocok visited- L. V. boiled slarch. TO HEIGHTEN A CHAIR. Voils, Sunday. When a child Is too large to fit In Mr. Demps Fleldcn and daughters, Luki and Mamie, Visited at Mr. D. a high chair and too small to sit on the ordinary standard chair at the Tuckers, Saturday night. Mr. John Ndx and wife wjent to tables, heighten the ohalr by fastening- wooden curtain ends into the legs Dan's Station Saturday, ' Mrs. Margnuft Hurt and granddaugb of the dining room chair. Got the substantial wooden ones, and If It Is ter Katlo Is visiting at Mcllenry, necessary, .saw the end to flatten Deafness Cannot be Cqrod. them. When no longer needed, they by local applications, as tbay cannot can be quickly removed, reach the diseased portion of the ear, MOCK. OYSTER SOUP. ,There is only one way to cvire deafWash and scrub a bunch o( salsify ness,- and that 1b by constitutional oyster plant, and boll until tender. j Is caused Jay an or remedies. Drain and skin with, a (vegetable knife. inflamed condition of the nnioous ln-1- b picked very of the Eustachian Tube. When Add a little salt codfish fine that has previously been boiled this tube is Inflamed you have arunib ling sound or Imperfect hearing, and until, tender. Press through a colander when Jt to ewtitely closed, Deafness Is and add three tableetpooafuls of flour the result, and unless the Inflanxma-tkr- n with one tftblespoonful of melted butter; odd to he milk, Put back over oan be t&kea out ad thte tuba ooftdkloj), bear fire and stir until soup is of a thick restored to Its creamy consistency. Add salt and w(U be destroyed forever; nine ing pepper to taste. Serve with warm, eases out af ten are caused by Catas, 1&Nmb-e- d erisp erookers. arrh, which la nothing but SCALOJOPBD OYSmER PLANT. eoBdltka oi the mueuous surfaces. Scrape off the outer skin of the oys YvV'will give One Ikmdtxd Dlllars for aay ease of Deafsees (caused by ter plast under water to prevent the catarrh) thai eaMUft be curey by vegetable from Becoming discolored; cut lato thin sllcw and boll until Hall's Catarrh Cure. SmA for tender. Butter "a deep baking dish and free, F.J. CHBNY'&CO., Toledo, O. fill w4tk, aUerMte layers of oysters plast and Sold by DruggieU, 76c. buttered Tak lloli's ' Fftl V'TP1UJ for eon- - cracker erumta. Cover the top well with eroeker cruatlw dot'.wkh buttw; rd two-thirds - whereas medicines made with mereggs, two teacups of cury , merely dry up rt.be secretions Whites of two granulated sugar, (boll the sugar until and leave you no better than you clear, with Jusit enough water to moist were. Jn a word, Ely's Cream Balm en it. Having beaten the eggs to a Is a real remedy, not a delusion. All stiff froth, pour boiling syrup slowly druggists, 60 cenits, or mailed by Ely Brothers, GG Warren Street, New Dissolve over them. York. of citric acid In a small "water. Put In enough of to make a pleasant tart Add a little essence of lemon and enough cochineal to make the desired pink colorBLXKBEE'S BULBS SUCCEED! ' ing. SPECIAL OFFER: NOW YOU CAN STENCIL. rllade to batld Mew lliutaeM. A' ft permanent trial rimtr.will xn&ke 70a trnar&Mteed or cus- - 1 All of the difficulties that one mee 1 M&tliif action tout '. n.u refunded. with wet dyes 'for making stencil rii.iiMMncbiBiblBRitt ' JUUTCUn VUllGUIVUiM -- (.. patterns Is overcome by the use of f IU fillwbig lwatifx) ortu trj llwlatht Tnibtt l.l HjI rtalh, eprUf iMvltti, UU, "Puk Jna, BdllM, PiJ stick-forINMUHi Ml SVpt KT99 , WMMI t AMWN, VftBOflU, stencils which any woman,'! Dfttoli Tulip, fkrral Tulle. YwWftUd Wilt Htnlnu. Ostlla, Tnmth, FollH can use in making lior own stencil I ul .A"Up, TbIId. ata.. !. IUbu u4 Zhiu BmUUli, l&la QVAUAXTEED TO PLEASE patterns. It can be used on any fabric Write (oday Mention thU Paper and It Is claimed the colors will wash. CBISTAi HBND 2 im!i liU vtlubU olle1l I wl Pcklaf w4 The discovery was made a long time I U tem ! m"p"( uvii wita ij wiiuwuhh, atniniT SI JlUiB" Bumtta,iUDMrieo. iiu ma ittvi n jmm i ago that colored crayons such as chilIn OommwBorfctlon ot ft tutuwu, isetMfnl Vw1m4 I ISM4C1 y"" irwifirniii IBII WU)o t dren used at school could be used am iihimi wim vsbsw i VityuMin fiorova iiuiy iu "UI ! (IMBf ltWU HIMI. be In stencil work, and they can . . HllfiRH fmfitrittff av " .. ... k H, W. BuckbeS used for making splendid little doll- - j Bocxro&s. ill. on which to place Jardlneres These j les however, can no t be washed, since 7f the spermaoottl washes off from the muslin. SAVE WALL PAPER SCRAPS. Always kenp tho pieces of wall paper left after papering a room. Roll the pieces together and keep in a I I THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co. a WILL WIRE (INCORPORATED) j ? YOUR BULBS' 0 V HOUSE RT COST, s ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, HEALTHY AND SAFE. 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No Jobjia. ever delivered in a shoddy, careless manner. At The Republican office you,get real satisfaction, and pay no more for the work here than you do elsewhere. by 'hone or drop us. A r.eppeeentative will call upon you if y.ou.call.the.offlc .,. . a card. JDea-fnew- iwH-ni- r .''.. , olr-euk- ! - vt t t r ? frt to&f1 i :.i Ui.'uM.Y.Mi d, ' h T'liTT1 M .bodM ronton were guest of Mrs Hill's parit.'" nma to O'Rear ents Mr. And. Mrs. M. P. Mitddox Sunsaid rKHJin In hit wjn that day. occasion which wft toimthMorseand Mr. IMvkl Oldham, Cemtertawn was , which W not ewJomwl )$f tVy man in our mWet Sunday, In Kentucky, who m?lwjm he fair to Mr. arid Mrs. Clark Iglehoart and the farmer, mhI if be iin' not made dauglitei1 Al!s Ruby were guests of opinthat tToech there would is Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Igleart parent ion have been no sale f he tobac- John Withrow, Snnday. co crop that year. At the"1 dose of governor rVillson'a spoetathe trust Program for Annual Meeting. representatives were in Mifr glee beCenvnt!on of The Fifth Dtatrfc lieving that orery department of the tho Knights of Pythias will meet at WHICH SIDE? state government was to be used not OwensboTo .40. The session will 0urLrlsLn. &.... ..... only to put down nlgtat riders and trouJut bqw the old night rider years prevent lawlessness, but in a way to be held at the Odd Fellows building bles, which took place several nnmbcr of Knights froni Hartford up the organization A FRIDAY, MAY 26. ago during the struggle between the hinder and break attended the meeting. The program pool among the farmers tobacco growers and lobacco trust, and tobacco Is as follows: and thus furnish them an- - opportunity , ANNOUNCEMENT. Chas, V. Carter, District Deputy are being revived and rehashed by to continue thj purchase of tobacco Presiding. possible lVo are authorized to announce Hon somo people with a view of at their own price, which was a ruin2:00 p. m. fleeting called to order. C.!P. Keown a candidate for Repre- political benefits to bo gleaned from ous one to tho growers as every citi2:05 p. m. iWclconte Address Reusentative from Ohio county In the the old straw. zen of the state knows. Wo have always condemned night ben Miller Hollnnd, Star Lodge No. 10. Assembly of Kentucky, next General No one criticised Mr. Franks for 2:15 p. m. Response Chas, May, euVJcct to the action of the Republ- riding and lawlessness of all forms his loud declamations in favor of law Sr Breakenridgo Lodge fo. CI. and while We know that much of tho ican party. New Summer Hats night riding which took and order but why did he select a 2:30 p.m. Cornet Solo Yeweli Has-kln- s, mjien that ques place at that period had nothing what presidential year, 1908, Lodge No. 19. Star in profusion. Nothing Tho reciprocity agreement Booms to over to do with tile struggles of the tlon could not possibly have been an 2:35 p. m. Address M, C. Webb, Issue, to go over the western pait of growers, Aave struck a snag Jn the Senate. while we and tobacco Ledge No. 199. Luther has been left out will contribpublished Kentucky and deliver a speech on law 2:50 p. m. Address J. B. Wilson, many know also that opponents of outcagre and order, STANDING SO STRAIGHT Rough U It J true that the we happened, never 110. River Lodge No. ute to your summer Judge 0'Rar held a meeting In Louis- are sun that considering the gigan- THAfT HE ACTUALLY LEANED necessities. 3:00 p. m. lAddi'ess W. R. Conover foln and which was ville, last week, to device plans for tic struggle and Use feeling of- re- DACKWARD, Ivy Lodge No. 21. The Big Shapes in Whites, Blacks combination with which to defeat hhn sentment and Injury which was felt lowed by the largest Democratic maPythian Homo 3:10 v. it shows thai they regard the neces- by more than one hundred thousand jority ever given In that part of Jas. Leech, 'Golden Spur Lodge and Colors, the Medium Shapes in sity for his defeat above any person- tobacco growers the loss of property Kentucky, even the old Republican No. 190. al aspirations of the contending oaadl and los of life was smell Indeed, oounty of Christian, the next year 3:20 p. m. Round Table Conducted all colors, trimmed to suit your indates and this should make Judge when compared with any other like elected an entire set of democratic by J. H. Rice, Damon Lodge No. 145. county offices. In that speech whJoh O'Roa'r still stropger with the ipeople. struggle vrhloh has ever Call of Lodges.. Jikn place In was printed""ln the Oweasboro' inquirSpecial previsions dividual the history of the world Let us exAdjournment. haive never had any quart-e- l with amine the other side of the matter er, Mr. Franks Is quoted In substance We EVENING SESSION. made for the Misses and Children. as follows; "The American Society especially yexcegt as Jne jSSurgD 8:00 p. m. 'CciEf&rence ofFiret Ran for a moment. It Is admitted by all of Equity has forced hundreds of men td heir surrender on the itarlff QUes fair minded people that tie tobacco by Star Lodge No, 19. ' o-pay, No what price you tlotl and now they seem to have de- trust was a willful and flagrantviola-to- r to become membors of that organiRefreshments. This was a slander pure monstrated by their opposition to the Lodges Comprising the 5th Kenof the Jal; that It had forced zation." we can match with Hat. reciprocity treaty that they are not the prta of tobacco down to a star- and simple, for that organization nev tucky District Knights so much in favor of a low tariff after vation point' for the growers by the er forced anyone to become- a mem,, of Pythias. Hurry in and choicel all. Our chief objection to the Insur- elimination) of all competitive buyers; ber thereof and Mr. Franks cannot Star Lodge No. 19. Oweiuboro. gents had been that they refused to that this had gone on for several point to anyone who woe ever so ivy Lodge No. 21. Henderson. The the organization. aibide by the majority of their fel- years, until it had become unbearabh ; treated by Breokenridge Lodge No. 61. Clover low Republicans, or by any caucus that thousands upon thousands of wo trouble Is that governor Wlllson, Mr. port. agreement whatever, and insist on men and little children had gone In Franks and all the other Independence Lodge No. 98. 'Hawes- bossing the majority. rage, deprived of school books and law and order defenders, when they vllle. education, of medicine and n physi- go on the stump manage not only to Rough River Lodge No. 110. HartBlackburn In his 0peech cian when sick, and that the death of denounce lawlessness but at some point ford.. .at Owwnaboro gave a good deal of hundreds of people 'because of this they make It very clear to the farCalanthe Lodge No. 144. iCentral Attention to the unfortunate Godbel abject poverty can be charged direct mers or tobacco growers that they City. Blackburn should be the murder. soulless corporation. If all are all classed as lawless, and it is Damon Lodge No. 145. Leltchfield. one man in all Kentucky who laould to this the crimes committed by the night our candid opinion that these men Eclipse Lodge No. 150. forget this unfortunate bo anxious to rider ohargeable to tho tobacco grow secretly believe that any farmers orGelden Spur Lodge No. 190. Ow- period In our history. It was he 'who ers could be placed together, as com ganization Is lawless and ought to be ensboro. declared on the stump that if there broken up no matter how clear Its pared chargeable to Luther Lodgo No. 199. Drakeaboro. wa any "couatlng out" done it would tobaccowith those would appear the membership may ibe of night riders. trust, they as BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. Republicans, as the elecnot toe the a mole Mil at the foot of Pikes Peake. Old Soldiers Reunion. tion was In the hands of the Djmo-crat- s. When therefore a public speaker, ask The old soldier's reunion will be It was he who insisted upon ing for the highest office within the Valuable Property at Auction! held at Centertown tills year on July Goebels making the contact, after lie gift of the people of Kentucky, uses 4. Elaborate preparations are being had decided not to do so, and It was more than two thousand words In made by the citizens of Centertown xommonly .known that Blackburn had condemning the night riders and on The two-stor- y trfck residence to entertain hundreds of visitors, and gue a eelflsh purpose In doing to because ly four L G. P, Dillon, Conductor. fact that makes the great nwspapers- lines In which he agrees that of the late W. H. Griffin, situated they will also try ,to secure special lie feared Senator Goebel might be11:00 a. m. Address Dr.- Kent W. and magazines of today a practical trust mas doing wrong and ought on corner of Main come a candidate against him for the "the and Washing- rates on the railroad. The celebra- Coffman. possibility and, an economic factor In to have been punl&hed" with no word tion will be lield in the Ross grove, Itaitod States Senate. JV0 are very 2:15 p. m, Devotlfinal-Reof vehement censure, for 'the trust ton streets, in the city of Hart- near the depot EJta the supply and demand .of ithe .world's-goodgreatly mistaken" ft tltff dragging cut' outrages, Cooniay. it is a very easy matter ford, Ky., will be sold at public and their dls&ibutlon.' of this old issue by Senator Black-Bur- n for the average farmer to conclude outcry to 2:30 p. m. The DevotlonalDopart-men- t the highest and best Receipts For Sale. can do his cause any gcod. We upon Developing u leaders W. C which side of the question the bidder on Monday, June 5,1911, oeJleve .the people' of Kentucky de sympathies We have quite a lot of subscrip- Hayes. Developing the Dovotional of tho speaker He. HB sire io look Into the future, Instead who could not.must ibe classed as a at the Court House door in Hart- tion receipts to The Republican that Spirit E. N. Metcalf. Developing Acof the past, and to Inaugurate plans fool and the Kentucky farmers of 1911 ford, Ky., about 1 o'clock p. m. we would like to sell at once. Look tive Church Workers d. O. Smlthson. which 'will place our ,stato where it are This property consists of two on the label of your paper and you 3:30 p. m. General Discussion. "A not fools. belongs, at. the forefront in material lots and the lots will be sold sep- can tell how much you are owing 1o League Offensive and Defensive In progress and education. We are all paper. arately and then as a whole and this on or For further information Every Church' Led oy Lewls-Poiwe- ll, MR. FRANKS SPEAKS. Kentucklans, brothers of a common call address. R. E. Bailey, W, H. Hickerson. j heritage whether it be gcod or bad, Hon. E. T. Franks, of Owenaboro, if they bring the highest price as THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, ' 8:00 p. m. Sermon. a whole, will be so sold. Terras And we cannot afford to be feudists. Hartford Ky. candidate for the Republican' nominaThird and Fourth Days, Thursday and YOU are going to be tion for governor, spoke at Barbours-vill- of sale made known on day of sale. I Friday, June 1 and 2. BLACKBURN SPOUTS. in the market for an Ft. T. COLLINS, Acent. Monday in the Interest of 45t2 last Program. The District Conference Convenes his eandldacy. Jlr. Franks Is an Themuclrheralded speech by Sunday Scool, Bitwpihth. League and at 8:00 a. m., June, 1, 1911. ENGAGEMENT RING SMALLHOUS Joe Blackburn "was delivered at abl stump speaker and a Republican The following are appointed on com- -' District Conference at Beaiver Dam, soon, come in and inOwoneboio, last Saturday afternoon. of the old school, and there Is much May 23. Vig P. Morton add Miss Kentucky. mitteee. License 4o Pneach: F. E. .Nothing new was developed. It 'was about him which we admire as a Beulah Reid were married at the Lewis, D. S. Campbell, J. T. Cherry Monday, May 2S, 8 p. m. spect my line of high However, we home of tho brides .parents Mr. and the same old Joe, and the same old fighting Republican. Opening Sermon, "The Child's Rela- Admission: Virgil Elgin, G, W. Hpm-mel- l, speech from the "Big Sandy to Wills feel .thit he made a serious mis- Mrs. Z. T. Rled Sunday morning May tion to the Kingdom" Rev. grade RINGS "at prices P. C. Duvall. Orders: R, D. ' D. S. Point." Jit abounded In misrepresen- take In making a personal attack up 21 by Rev. R. D. Bennett Hartford, Campbell. Bennetff J. O. Smlthson, A. J. Bon- -' " most reasonable. tation and coarse abuse. Joe's an- on Juda O'Rear. Jn Judge O'Roar's Ky., Little Misses Ree Igleheart- - and nett. First Day, Tuesday, May 30 cient hate of the. Republican party speech at Hopklnsvllle, he did not re Ruby Igleheart were flower girls and Don't forget the Quarterly ConferSUNDAY S0HO0L8. does not seem to have been softened fer personally to either- - of his oppo- wore white drtsses of all over emLocal preachers will 9:00 a. m. Devotional, The Inter ence records. B. .any by the fact that he fatten d sev- nents and said .nothing which could broidery. , national Bible Reading Association make, their reports and have their li eral years off cf a $14,060 office, be construed as an attack upon them. censes renewed. .Miss Vera Hawkins and brother, topic for the day Rev. F. E. Lewis. The Reliable Jeweler and If Mr. Franks' has been quoted cor- Mr. Ray Hawkins, Hartford, Ky., were t, landed to him by a Republican S.' J. THOMPSON, ,P. B. 9:30 a. m. Early Training: The who ,as elected iby the Re- rectly In the daily press he not only guests of their aunts Mrs. Z. T. 'Ried Child Rev. J. T. Cherry. Optician. The Parpublican party. Jle revived the Goe-b- attacked Jcdga Q'lUar in a way that and Mts. Robert Hunter Saturday ent (Homo Department) Notice to Creditors. Rev.. P. C. murder and waived the bloody would do justice to a ward politician, night and Sunday. Duvall. Tho Teacher Prof J. L. Creditors' of the 'Ohio County shirt to his hearts content. He con- but he misrepresents him to an ex Mr. Warren Lindley Matanzas was Foust. Bank will please come forward and demned the entile Republican party tent that is almost cilmlnal. For tha guvst of Mr. Seth Hunter Friday. 10:39 a. m. "To Have and to Hold" settle ther Indebtedness. It te my jor tne mutuer or uoeoei and wjs Instance In Jodge O'Rear' speech at Mrs Ersklno Fulkerson was, a The Young Man Rev. G. P. Dillon. purpose and the desire of 'everybody especially vindictive against that part Hopkinsville, he laid do'ivn the propo- guet of her parents .Mr. and Mrs." S. The Heads of Families Rev. A. J. connected with the bank to hajve divat the party which Inhabits tho Eluv-nt- h sition that the farmers had a rlglit'to T, Hunter Friday and Saturday and Bennett. idends declared to the depositors as Congressional District. His spe- organize and to pool their crops for of Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Fulkereon lltOO a. m. Laymen's Address W. speedily as' poeelble Tbte cannot "be cial fear of a continuance of Repub- better prices and stated that If any- Sunday. Foster Hayes. done unless creditors of the Ixmk one, whether a Republican or Demlicans In power is that a fair Mr, T. L. Withrow and family 2:00 p. m. Dovotlonal . Services-R- ev. will assist by meeting Uieir obliof the state may be had and ocrat took a different position! he was Central City are the guests of Mr. aoid E. D. Ryan. gations. ' seemingly desires that all Republi- ready and willing to meet them on the Mi N. D. Fulkerson, 2:20 p. m. Pastor and Superinten29tf A. B. PATE, Assignee. can counties In the Mate should question at any time or place, in Several of our people went to Hart dent, flow the Pabtor May Help tho placed In the EIov-on- h Mr. Frank's speech at Barboui-Hvillby some means be ford Saturday. Superintendent Prof. Shultz. How Advertising in Eves Days. f district. Those who expected he chargve that Judge O'Rear endorMr. Ed HuHter wtt to Cerarvo the Superintendent May Help the pas Ben S. Jacobs, a director of the pil Just received a lot of sed night riders, and that he stat- Sunday evening. Urn to announce for some off lco were torRev. Virgil Elgin. grim Public association of Boston. disappointed, and those who expected ed that he was willing to meet anyHirsch's Pickles, also a Mrs. Ross Morton and children, 3:00 p. m. Model Bible Class, My addressed the students at theMassa, liim to announce for some candidate one upon that issue. Mr. FrankB Central. City are gueets of freah supply of Mrand Class Rev. Lewis Powell. iBefct Way chusatts Institute of Techonology on for governor were also disappointed. must have known that he was mis- Mn. Sam Morton near here. to Conduct a Bible Clae, General Dls. "Psychological Polmta in Advertising." f representing Judge O'Rear. He was content to fire off the same In the Miss Augusta Geiger Oentcrtown, cuasion Opened by. Rev. Q. W. Hum-mel- l. m torn nis hearers that advertising j old gun, loaded in the same old way. meeting at Frankfort, which was com Ky will visit her aunt Mts' Seth reallv Rtarl.1 In v,p B, ,. w ... , .. wi. posed of high class farm ere from Hunger- - thto week. oaji, Jt Is a. flint lock musket of theold- - every 8:00p. .m. Laymen's Rally Th' finest ever put.i ' une oi no ,ctinHe states of mlivl Is seotlon of the state, and repre aat type, and the sputter ln from the Miss Maude Callaway will 8eend'Day, WednWay, "May 31 neosssary, Mr. Jacedba said, to sell jwwder In the priming cup seems to sontatives of the tobacco trust, v- - day T two yveeka "visit a. . The' very '' to BPWORTH LBAa.UES, good One is Beeesakyand the other have cerated more fear than the actual ernor Wlllsoa made a speech directed Trunnol! at Utioa she will i .met 8:00 a. m.' Devotional led by Rev. ,W. la deaine. - Advertisis may easpjojt dfacbarge of the load. Whether any to them as though the farmers pre- by Mies Gerta Bennett, iBda , Ky.. W. Prlne. '" Reoeesky or create tho deeireuid the mm. liuiiio um. XllCIUQ geed has been done to the Democrat sent had been violators of the law, who will also .vilt Mrs. Trunnell and 8:30 a. m, M It lose ki the League. copy and oaoseu medium iAould be le party toy Mr. Blackburn, or any just such a speech as might have been family, ome in "t our JMXU, After the Mktfion Study Class, What? adapted to. one or the, other, as 'the! feara to the Republican party, we feel delivered to the convicts of the Quite a hard ralp fell here Monday v, S. C, Nunley. ColJectiona U case may be' and any medium wbtah R .wa aBjMvlMo making the ground too wet to GultK the' Leaguta for Mission F B. Lew- reach ee 'any Mtne that lie feels relieved of the penitentiary, considerably number bf .Aarden which he has b,een carrying every farmer pwsek, not because of rate for a while, several howevBad is. Specials for Leagues n Mlaejous. fc yrvir UU4IHUVB WH.H newjtY .or of Iawjfseceee, but' toeaawe tobacco ground .readyand aro setting --dl S. OHlett. ever elnoa the old days vviitn .treund likely to respond to the derinu'ln " fae went up and ddwn the state with sueh criticism should be dkeeked to ou4 the tobaceo plant. ,, 9:30 a, . Our Idea of Mercy and mind has a" dlaUaet vake as r earrlsr 4be fwse old jorunderima at a lime those present and In 'the maimer In Mr. R.rfE. BadaHy and, .family, of Help by Tjwq Mwnbw of the Beaver of Via advortiaer'a woBeago, . raaa motors, fire arms were 'unheard which it wa delivered, for hvaald. near uerajvo were guests, of Mr. yrtd Daw League, irst awoUMmflMuaw, neoi)le had less real live VI WAR.N YQU tfat I Intend to put 9one and toally Sunday. $mtmVA " k. .t .. 4. 10:00 a. m. Hound rrtaila mi b- - T la IWMHUDf fwe uwwure uu w a w ' If H tMt r-e- Hstened to old Joe .with some rewpaut and pattence. We treat that that part of hie Bpeeoh which was to abusive o Hatord oeoriMR te taw t Mw At least, RepuMleang la eenwal, Hr of Mm eeJ will be seat ly aoe klad friend to Xrtfert, Ky., M H Rcoserelt in order that y spend sowie ef Ms lelewe tl fee BARNETT ) C. M. ..tiittrt ami Prtprltttt 1h pondering oyer the Insult whlcli ho J. NEY FOSTER I when gav to Kentucky to ho tent this old broken down Dcme-cratl- c communlc&UoBe Address all politician, as governor to tho The Hartford Republican. Panama Canal Zone some years ago. Hanttot'd Republican. evry sjc lt or Summer Millinery THE are .is. . -- to-da- y. that hat - taste. matter it want a -t- - get first ed E. P. BARNES & BR0. - , v. s e, IF S j J. TAPPAN, pres-Jcdn- ci WE SELL Hirsch's f Goodies! tin jan. th-u- . j Beans and Pork It U,ia. MrsV-Jwi-S- cnun htiumMimlut W .. Mint&we WT vu !,W,HH, ,rif lll,i..i ''t Hartftrd Oroceryg r. SMa X- - r Flowers and Flower Pots for sale by M(srs. L. K, Ward, route 3, and M, T. Williams, Hartford, Ky. 3M. BP Floyd Keuwnjof Reynolds, Ky t vacant FOR SALE Town Moat XolkiTTweTiTxalT forFlooTs awl y dwelWng. Furnlturo to be had at Ohio County loU, eottngs and 4&tf A. C. YEISER & CO., ,, Drug Co., Hartford, Ky. Utf . If you haven't triad a chocolate y, onm nt Ohio" , Ifj. you have nover been to Nut Sundae git 111 hh deniirtinent wo feel that we nro entitled iT -or. j 4Ctf Selling Out BaW, don't i County DniR Co., to your patronage because of tho qualities wo aro of-- j w&iWwitH Uw wry last, day. Come Ancitlwr Dinner St will bo given II fering and tlie close prices we are making. Every- away Saturday at 4 p. in. by Ohio now therire a low bargains left. Wtf Mm V. ti Mf..lnv nriH il.1ilihf.r County Drug Co. Jj thing we purchase in this lino ie from tho world's j Air. Charl Fchl wa In Uardlnburg Winnie Dean, lira. Frank Lowe and j beet mills and strictly first grade. A little of the ? this week In the Interest of tho Thorn daughtrns, Wllma and Ruth, wer the 1? value can eaeilv be taken from the floor coverinrrs bv 9? gutsts of Mts. J. E. Curtis, of Center- as, Monumental Works. a " W or " town, un day. ? the manufacturers Miss May Borah, of Cromwell, visitskimping tho widths or quality ! JMra. "J. 8 and ed fronds here last week and attended 7aaduaugfiJ t? ftn stl tney retain the appearance of full value, Leila-anMrs. K L. commencement exijckes. tho Miss Mary Ellzaliuih iui leave) but the wear Avill tell the true story. Wo protect Mr. Clarence Barnard returned Thura ter tho"'fIrk. of Bixt week for a few dajs day frcm Carlisle, 111., where he had 43 you by guaranteeing the qualities to be the best ob- y, visit In LouisvilK working for several weeks. been tainable and give you full measure in every way. Mrs. Emma Miller, who has been Mr. J. W. Marks, "of Madisonvllte, visltlrK h(T parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. and Mr. Byron Foster, of iHopklnavlUe parents here.. W. Wakeland for the past two months spent Sunday with their left this week for Chicago, whore she Mr. Silo' iuyior returned Monday will make Ivr home. Fine weaves, smooth finish in a nice vaiiety of 4 from several days sojourn at Dawfcon Mks LIHIu Burton, Mrs. Maggie J conventional and floral patterns. The Mattings we i In Springs, and Is greatly Improved Griffin and Mrs. J. S. Glenn have handle are chosen for their serviceability as well as & Health. s been, select d aa branch secretaries r and Mrs. Fred for Hartford for the International Bl- - Jo for appearance, and make fine floor coverings, es- - j Tiho Infant i u 1.1. la. ii r '" Miller of route 4, died Sunday, and blo Rwdlng Association, with head- an puL'iuuy iui il vb i uio warm iiiuiiuiis. ur. uuy vary uiuse or Li OW burled In tho family burying quarter at Hendirsan, Ky Vl .itiH rfctfiay nn fivnnntinno 1 iroliia ir was fntfirrr nt. o ground Monday. presents, each val-us- 4H 25c per yard. Two handsome i . Mr. Marvin Dlack, raho Is engaged os : b at $C will bo given away abso ait Owens,boio, In Hie rovenu service 0 lutely free by the Ohio County Drug is spending a few daye with his 0 old stand. Fox every H FANUY JAPANESE MATTING o mother, nifar town. dollar's, woith of goods bought you 9 0 RUG 9x12 AT The Cheapest Place of Earth to buy get; a chanoa. 40tf. 40 0 all Jdnds of Seede. i 'Bhe Republican Is pleased to QUALITY TAPESTRY FINE The OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY Cp. fc. the annouhoeiment of the Hartford, Ky. 29tf 0 birth of a youngster to Mr. and. Guy AT RUG McCtH Pattern o Mr., and Mrs. Daise Powers, of Bskridgo Williams, of Philadelphia, Skirt No. 4009 Ho. 3989-W- aii. 0 Dundee are the parents of a boy that born Mry 10, and ohrlstentdEstelle fc e Price, 15 cents tub Saturday. Dr. J. A. Duif Rolph Williams. arrived last Mr. Williams is COSTUME , A CHARMING 'Plio hoat nrrkPiirnVl mpnvA nnd nnA wliinli wp.irs 0 attenlng phyediclan. well remenuburMl in Hartford, and Is 9 0 like iron. A similar quality would cost much more t There are tbo on of t late hG. B. Williams. Just stop and think! D of Rosendajte more only five The fololwing young people compos- Vi eisewnere. I Mora nf Inot! "Tim Rond Old Summer Time" we have been Visit ed a party ithat enjoyed a fish fry Big Selling Out Sale. blatt's f EXTRA QUALITY TAPESTRY longing for. Of course we are all glad to see it, yet the sunshine them before you buy. & at tho Holbrcok farm on Rough river RUG 9x12 AT and warmth suggests to U3 that there must be a change in our Mr. J. W. O'Bannon, local manacer Wednesday evening: MImks Ruth 0 nntioral Nnw tVllQ IB wVlJlf. WO WJltlt tnt.PlI VOU flbflllt. Ql,,-lwTmlnaa in Vfionirinl lccirrnD nnrl tilorl ur Riley, Early May Magan, for tho Rough River Telephone Co., ,-Hettie ut.v. MpiCllVllVl (OIUCOJ1I UViUUliiul Ukuiua u" ' We knew these days would come and so we prepared especially for rtalurncd Wednesday afternoon from Katie Pendleton, Leila Magan, Besings, made of the finest selected worsted yarns, wov- - j a business trip to Central City. sie Collins, Winona Stevere and Wln-n- ia them. Our shelves arc laden with a line of MOST EXQUISITE en clear through the body of rug. The wearing Simmerman. Messrs. E. Y. Park, FABRICS and designs of all the latest novelties in Sheer White Flora the infant child cf Mr. and quality cannot be excelled and the shadings are J Goods, plain and fancy weaves in figured waBn. taoncs, siiks, etc., Mrs. Anderson Byers died near Taylor Trimble Pendleton, Tice Burns, Shel y lrrt-Y minimi Vt v 111V1 in infannT vnnrc o9 ."Band Trimmings, Alcon Laces, etc., to match the entire line. Mc- Mines last Sunday and was burled at by Stevens, Sydney Williams, Harold 18.75. 0 Charley J5 Smith's Saxony Axminster Rug 9x12 at g Holbrcok, Lt Robinson and saiesiaciies Sunnydale last Monday the 22nd. Call's Patterns in stock, and competent ana paws-taKinQ "Ronnfifnl rtacifrriG nnfl VPf nnnllt.V. 0 Barnard. please to help and suggest to you. Why not come to us? We can Mrs. D. A. Addtngton had as her jr it ..1 iiugs see our 0 Mr. R. L. Prosser,or Wheeling, W. neea oio Mattings anu T Slippers, New Hosiery. Come, let us wnen in guests Saturday Miss Geneva Taylor, you. New Millinery, New 0 looking J stock before buying. of Beaver Dam, and Mrs. Nora Gray Va.,' was In the city Saturday Bhow y6u, and remember it pays to trade with a house that saves Interests in oil matters in after his and osn James Gary, of Louisville. 0 you money. coury. His company has leas 0 Mrs. Clarence Frier, of Illinois and this ! Kro- 0 Durant, Okla., ed a larga territory of land near Mrs. J. R. Williams, of ! and several hunare expected litre today to be the nos, and Cert'ertovn 0 Muhlenberg county. dred acrvs in guests cf Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Pirtle. of He stated that the machinery for drill-le- g . I Saturday night a W'''rww--wvr'wwwwwwwBeginning on Bhipped nnd a? the w lis had bean held at debating society frill the;work iwculd be in ororfii'.ion In Ivki thirty days. Schoolhouse. near Jingo. pleased wltl iisJ-'Ichl, meeting will be held overy Saturday ttroutlook, and is prepare -- u irijl night. VI Jf U- - " i , Wv v .. . .. rrr tne Mr. Roily Miller, of Louisville, .vlfclt Br. " Plrtlo attenceu ithe Ken d In Beaver Dam last week, ed relaU.es annu&l meeting of and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. tucky DentalAssoclaUon held at Ow- P. Keown and family the first of this ensboro this week, and wes on the week. he accompanieu prgram. Ho Tvloll Rough Iliver Lodge home by Dr. O. D. Wilson, of FrankEvrey member of Knlgti's of Pythias No. 110 Is reques- lin, Turn., and will visit Dr, and Mrs. fr ted to be present at the regular meet- Pirtle a fow days. The chief feature v fife BaBBBMyj-jn1ft " m rTr" f 1 iwfe ;s ing next Tuesday night. Special busi- of the program Wednesday 'a a,s the barbecue and burgoo given by th Ow ness. ensboro" Dental Society at Hickifian The home talent iplay that la o be park. Tlw final session of the Asso"By given at the opera house ht ciation was held ytotorday, when the (lifer - xVS'V'' &Rb " Number one Clover and vest" and "Cream of "Wheat". the Enemy'B Hands," ie a spendld election' of officers toclk place and Madisonville Bolted Meal, drama and should attract a large au- th, place of the next annual mcetirg Timothy Hay, mixed. dience. "Quail Brand." announced. Number one Glover Hay. Mr. Connor Ford spent Irom SatFirst-clas- s Hartford Mill Co.'s UnboltFeed Corn. Dain, urday to Monday in Hartford with his -- Mr. Robeit Barnard, of Beaver ancUtjd a telvgram Wcdnteday ed Meal. Corn Chops. parents, Mr. and Mr. D. Ford and of his brother, German Millet Seed, Fancy returned to Bowling Green, whore he nouncing the dtath Corn Feed Meal. . John C Barnard, of Manila, P. will soon graduate from the Normal Southern. Meal. BarAlfalfa I. Only a few weeks ago Prof. school. nard left this State for the Philippine Fancy Whipporwill Peas. Crown Alfalfa Feed. Rev. J. W. Bruner will return to- Islands, and intended to spend two or Home Grown Peas. Horse and Mule Acme day from Jacksonville, Florida, where three years tlure in the employ of annual convention of tlK- - Government as teacher. Ho taught Feed. he attended the B. A. Thomas' Improved the Southern Baptists. He will tell there for some time prior to this, and Ship Stun", pure btock and Poultry Remedy, Bran of his trip at the morning bervlce and was one of the bet knonn teach Every and Hok Powder. Sunday. wheat product. ers lit this county, ine ieiegra.m White Oats. package guaranteed. Walker stated that he died of bronchical pn3U Best Northern Floral design dook of F. monia and that his body will be chip and Co., of Louisville, and can Minor'B Fly Oil for Stock, Rock Salt. floral designs for funerals and ped to this county for burial. He iwas Minor's Disinfectant Fluid. Barrel Salt. a brother to AUSbrs, Logan, jvowjji, special occasions. THOMAS MONUMENTAL WORKS Thad and Garfield Barnard and Mrs. Chicken Feed Cracked E. T. WILLIAMS. Lime. Lou Stevens, all of this county. Hartford, Ky. Ziil KY. Best Patent Corn, 2 sizes; "Wheat, Atlas Owensboro's HARTFORD, MIb3 Era Galr.es, of Fordsville, was Real Estate For Sale. Chick Feed, Atlas Hen Feed, Flour, "Clifton." tho winner of the tour to Europe In By order of the Ohio Circuit Court, Best Patent Mica Crystal Grits, 3 sizes; Madisonville's the contest held by the Owemrboro II you want a barrel oX First olaas Iiwutrer, which closed Saturday. (Miss tho undersigned 1b directed as Oyster Shells. Flour, "Bob White." 39tf. theOhlo County Bank to reFlour see U. 8. Carton. Gaines cast 2,264,310 votes and ran a Best Patent parties Jones' Pure Animal Matter Irvington's Wanted at once a saleslady. Apply close race for the grand prize, which ceive "written bids from such Hartford, waB a fine automouiie. 'ine louriwm as dsJrc'U become tbo purchasers of Flour, "None Such." Fertilizer, made by tho Jones' FIUDAY, MAY 26. at the New York Stone, rt 's real esUwo anu any of tf. Ky. begin in July. Mill Co.'s Best Fertilizer Company, of LouisHartford sane to ttie Circuit Judge at the Anderfcon returned TTueB-da- y 8. Pinner Set June 1911 twin of the said court. An elegant. -, K IIHnolBCentralRallroadTlme Mr,from A.a buslntua trip ito LouisPatent Flour, "Cream of Har ville, Ky. Chamber Set l or a handsome I have In my hands for sale the i& Table. ville. be given following deeoilfced real tate: eaoh worth $6-At Beaver Dam kv. Mr. K. S. McMillan, .the Oentertown away free by the Ohio County Drug Quo two story brick building e. iBWchan.t, paid us a pleaaani call, Co. Save your tickets oa small batwnfeat on cornw of Main and CenWJiBn you get a "dollar's ter street, iu Hartford, Ky., nam jonili Henna. Tuesday. NartbBeuud. N,lMdiwll:.B.. Mr. and Mr. Joeae Johneon, of worth yoa get ft gu Iree at these now oeaupfad by Barnard & Company No.lWdas :Ubu. No.0I doe 48 p. Mo.lfclu.l:8p.i. Try your luok. 40tf. aa dry goodo etoe and y Dr. J. R. No.lSldoaSSAi.n Ota.ton, are th paroate of a girl tbatt vataable prizes. o.lCdua:4tp.M. arrived lapt Friday. Mr. (Magle Griffin resaiYed word Plrtlo, aa dcal .ojffice and the 6aroo VAbKdy aernoc-- announcing the In wfeloh the Ohio County uauK'a Qarferly; cyurt was In Befalon her Mr. C. F. Wallace hkjw a pWwaaat p--r rvf" thriw days' thla Wt4k; Judje K. R. death of her mother, Mrs. Robert couotlfife loom 1b located. iier Saturday. About three am of ground In ly located in the town of Ceatotown, ljlDg petwren L..P. Foncraan's resiOwvwboro," about four Craig, of near Mayer J. H. William is able to bo Wading priding. dence and tho lot of J, W. Ford on apoplexy. Hartford, Ky., on West side of M. H. Ohio County Kentucky. IbThWu, th produoa $&b o'oiock that afbernoou oi Poro-ma- n Mr, W. the cornw of Union and Fontnan ot&fcw a short lllaean. llftt y'es- - & B. l. R., between Griffin and Mrs, Griffin and son iHenry One tract cf land containing CQ stavta. tr left ".Monday for a fw daya stay at terday saoralBg' for Ovreasboro to at Btreeta or leitchfU'W' rood. Undariweod Liurl. Noae Pure r H or to u, OhU y. Dawfaon ft)riiH)e, Ky. aorta more or leas All written, bids arc. required to be 3 acres ot ground In 3Wf? tend the 'burial, which will tak plaCo "V. " w U. aame known as banded la on or befoio Monday, th M. H.'& County, Kentucky, oa aefride-o- f Mrs. .valine Davte. of Sunnydale at the QwvDMbero ceffltHry. Other HIh LtUe Mwl( Is vteltlBg rllvwj at" Render and oblldrea oWdeiiTre. Griffin aiv Mrs, E. R. R., between GrlWin aad the C. A. Bdwanls faro). 12th day Of June, 1911 the first day relailvg tn Owiere. visit Noe. 2 and 3 formerly iMWutiB 'Ka(!hrlue and Taylor Mkww ihl yek, . H. Bell, J.' About 13 aeree ct ground hi Hart- ot tbo Ohio Circuit' Court. Taylor ha aeceepUd a Mr, pnk wore In o'e tract before utvlodd by " A. 'B. PATS, 'Mr. Joh aafaBFaoa, (W barber, baa Avow Oral, of Owsboror''Mr. Har" m1Uob it BhroUra', groggy ford, Ohio County, Ky... on North- eld t 'of Mlitetealiolls, Mlnn.'aud the M. H, fcE:R."R, whoro din CwU, J 42ti ' iieigwit'Ofelo Ceuaii' Bank. Mirwi"4reta liawoa Leltcnhold'roid, (klr Xfc TPftXter aa , cetrol- - ef Foremaa tfeet W AbW3 tuoreo of town lota Mr; Yf.'jrCHile dyt'BowHeg1GreB. Hot Weather Suggestions! liftftAftftftftftftAAAftA: ftftftftftftftftftftftftft two-stor- Fine Mattings and Rugs to-da- Rosen-bla$t'6B- !g p t " GK-n- jj m HP ti J' Fancy Japanese Floor Mattings V scn-ofM- 4 itili ed If- kw I' g 915 $3.50 $9.75 ,$13:50 J ..'.. Riley- ti ti l J ti o-- in ti ti ti -- PAIR & COMPANY, HARTFORD, KV. &g ti ti ti ti CARSON St, CO Inoopporutcd. ;???? Mc-Gra- y SATISFACTION l. iS ..aoriy-secon- t m. s3 'StaB 3 Pi-of- fur-nii- sh jHartford Republican. jtae-.bank- re-no- wiH pur-ohaae- W. E. ELLIS, . n The Produce Man, HARTFORD, KY. " Hart-foid7f- Nuiwjra , - "Mm wMk Ue'Harilbr4 6M. Co. Onoy V lwfut Mreraf' di rwnerlli. 1. 5 i. Official Call for Republican State KRett Knex Convention. Louisville, Ky., Aril 1, Mil. To the Republican Kledors of Kentucky: In iwxwrdance. with established Wus-to-m and In obodlerxe to tho mica governing the Republican Organlia-Ho- n of Kentucky, the Republican State Central Committee of Kentucky now directs that a State Convention of delegated representatives oT tho Re publican party of Kentucky, bo held In the City rf Louisville, .Kentucky, a 12:30 p. m., etandard time, on Tuesday, the 11th day of July, 1911, for tbo purpose of nominating candidates for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Auditor, Treasurer, Secretary of State, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Commissioner of Agriculture, Labor and Statistics, and Clerk of the Court of Appeals, to be voted for at the November eleotlon, . "... , ... 1 .. i ; Larue Laurel ,.....t-r."v...u- t.' LawreEee .... Lee ...... .... Leslie .' Letcher Lewis Lincoln .i.t..!.... ......10 ,.."I.W ....21 .... : "3 ...12 ..it. , '...' ...f .vl2 .....25 10 ...'.. Livingston.'....' Logan Lyo Madison Magoffin .;..... ....i'r -- ....... n .7 .... j... t',,,e ,t n :t .... VJ V...32 jw ,' ........10 23 .....16 1 Marlon Marshall Martin , Mason ., MoCracken McLean Meade Menefee ,t....'..r..".' ....J, ..V .. ..'". ...i-.r;:- ' ..'.... 'I2 4....21 ..SO 13 13 '.. " Mercer MetcoW i,. .''" .... ..... '??.... ...,. ..i.16 ;.." A...'. i..l3 ...T " 1911. Monroe Montgomeny 1" 13 1 Tho delegates to eald Convention Morgan 31 ehall be selected by County Conven Muhlenburg ,v -.U ..' tions to be held In the County Seat In Nelson 11 each county at 1:30 o'clock p. . stan Nicholas .... ;...' .... .33 July, 8, 1911, Ohl nrd time on Saturday j, 6 oxcept In the Counties of Bell, Boyd Oldham 7 Campbell and Kenton, In which Coun Owen .12 ties said Conventions ehall be held Owsley ' 12 In the cltjeu of Middleboro, Ashland Pendleton Covington, respectively; PCrry Newport and t..t; l.i."ti Il'liniW and jccept In he county of Jefferson, OTTiIIH . r. 1.1 lil'K " 7 und City of Louisville, 'where tie de- fowcll 7 shall Pulaski legates to said State Convenlton 4 July 8, 1911 during the Robertson bo selected on H , same houre, in the same manner, and Rockcastle 10 Wi " Rowan under the same method, rule and 13 as vere used in the Election Russell : .....18 Scott of delegates to the Republican 18 ".: Louisville, Kentucky Shelby held in 0 '. on May 18th, 1909. The County Exe- Simpson 6 Jefferson County Spencer v cutive Committee of 12 . V. ehall at once after canvassing the re- Taylor 10 .... turns from the voting places, make Todd iv. .?.. ..14 up certify and deliver to the Chair- Trigg 3 .' man of the State Central Committee, Trimble 29 e Warren Uet containing the names and a IB r. addresses of tho delegates se- Washington 10 Louisville, and Jefferson Wayns lected in 18 County, under this call to attend said Webster Whitley ' 'state Convention. 1...8 The form of voting, save in Louis- Wolf " 14 ville and Jefferson County, in the Woodford on all quesCounty Maes Conventions 2356 Number of Delegates tions, Bhall,be viva (voce 1179 Necessary to choice Tbo' County Executive Committees Respectfully, give not less than 10 days' nohall , ALVIS S. BENNETT, tice of the time, the particular place State Secretary, said County Conor building where ROBERT H. WINN, ventions shall be held, and the man State Chairman. ner of selecting delegates, by newspaper publication or by notice posted rIn ticr anvhtlnc.ln'TflrAiS World In coneplcious places in each voting to 'you -- precinct of the County- that is One delegate shall .bo selected for than 'good digestion? Food must be "oacn or fraction jjjci0f eaten to sustain life and mu9t be 'cast for the digested and converted Into blood. amounting to Ijtrvr-ev- ef Republican electors in each county When the digestion falls the whole at the Presidential election in 190S, body suffers. Chamberlain's Tablets the number of delegates to said State are a rational and reliable cure for Convention apportioned upder said ba Indigestion. They Increase the flow sis to each of the various counties of of bile, purify the blood, strengthen Kentucky, being as follows: the stomach, and tone up the whole Adair disgestive apparatus to a natural and M healthy action. For sale by all drug Allen 10, gists, Anderson ni Ballard 23 .Barrem Master Commissioner's Sale. 15 Bath '..2S 081 Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. 0 Boone J. Ney Foster, e al, Plaintiffs, !. pro-vleio- " Con-venitl- on to the b0tan4K,k etiMfffof eeren and one quarter wrM tfferteH to Isaac Thomafl Foster, Atarch 14fc, 18U, York and CTwrlott Tw, Wrf wife County and of record Jh th C Clcrk'a office, Deed Wmtk, jxi&e '. 419. 2nd. Beginning frt a MMk oak and two small hlckorys arxl lmHtd etonc being tlie corner of ftwM' M. Bennett's traot as purchaiwd fenom D. L. Bennett; thence with th Owenibdro road N. 31 W. 18 2 1)048 $0 a stone corner to Chapman CroWs tract; thence with Crowe's Hue 8. 63 W 12 12 poles to aplantedatene, Crowo's soulh'wxst corner; thence S. l E. 11 poles to a planted stone near a white oak; thence with the line of D. L. Bennett at William J. Bennett's corner south 851-- 2 E. 15 poles to tho beginning, containing 1 acre and 25 poles, deeded to Isaac Foster, Nov. 2, 1867 by David L. Bennett and wife, Sallle E. Bennett, cf record in the Ohio County Clork's office, Deed Book V., page 161. 3rd. Beginning at a hickory and oak stump, corner to Ad Owen's lot; tlence with I. Foster's line N. 84 W. 14 poles and 15 links to a stake in Tom York's line; thence S?l0l-- 2 E. 14 poles and 5 links to a large black oak; thence N. 531-- 2 E. 18 polea to a stake in said Owen's line with the same N. 33 W. 1 polo and 9 links to the beginning containing 2 rods and 33 poles, deeded to Isaac Foster by W. J. Bennett and SarahAnn Bei nett, his wife, May 24tb, 1874, as of record in Deed book No. 4, page 381 Ohio County Clerk's office. The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security immediately after sale. This 15th day of .May, 1911 F. L. FELIX, Master Oomr. BARNBTT & SMITH Attornejs. - A Reliable tf Remedy CflJARRH Bn Directory ,, ty 91stej "Otrsmtt PXOFXVSSOWAXi, 0. U, Basnitt O00H T. !, 1rkrr4, D, Rlrnro, Aitfttyt W. r. MMfcJtf, It qottklf frrW. wrsls, Cfcrk; T.'U. FeJauler: B. O. 6hM RtWtf at One. lix, MftiiMr. OMMMitoftM-- ; K. T CWpsv. ItchftBM, soothei, TrustcH Jury PtMNU T. H. BImW Wwr-Iff- ", heals aad itekti,tor4. Strtitrs-- 8. O. kewn am the dieeaef meni. Ivon Blftok, Court tumvertea Xlrst Men-A- y brane resulting from In Frtrtntry stnd eirntlntt thre Catarrh aad tlHvn WMhs; third MontMy In April, two-waway a Cold la the week(-thirsexjond Monday In June, three Head quickly. Rf. Monday In Odteber two week. W Btoree tho Semes of I1H B. WeddM);. Taate and Smell. Full site 60 ct., fttDmg-pit- s County Court-- K, Tlnttley, Clerk, C. K. fcmlth, or by mall. In liquid form, 75 cents, W. Hartford! Court eonvenee flrrt lily Brsthers, 56 Warren Street, New York. Monday In each, naaWlh. Quarterly Quarterly Court IJegljw on the fourth" Monday in February, May, August and November. Court of Clalnw Convenes first Tuesday In January .and first Tuesday In Ely's CrftMiBilM Jt4l Attorneys at Law, v HAKTFOITD, barnett & smith, KY. 0. X.Bsma ; ijay CCiiCl CVtl d Jtle; practice their profession hi aft tn courts of Ohio and adjoining; 001 - ' ties and Court of Appeal. Sp- - tl m,U v tentlon gives to all kuetee eusrusteti to their eare. Collections ftt.a the Practice of Criminal and Real Estate Law Bpeelaltles. Offlee la Republican bulr. "VV1H hig. -- .'.....: Cardui Worked Wonders. MoMhunUle, Tenn. Mrs. Ode Jett, of this place, says: "I don'i believe hadn't I would be living Been for Cardui. After treating me twenty seven days, my doctor advis t. ed an operation, but I mould not Instead, I took Cardui, and nov I am doing my wdrk oven the washing. Cardui worked wondere in my case. 1 am In better health than for five years." Cardui is a strengthening tonic for women. It relieves join tones up the nerves, ibuilds strength You need Cardui. Try to-da- y, S. MoxBey, Other County OffIcrr-- C. R. F. D. Surveyor, KordslIle, Ky No. 2, Bernard Felix .Asseeeor, Hartford, Ky., IV. F. D. No. 2j Henry Leach, Superintendent, Dr. A. B. Hartford; lUley, Coroner, Hartford. Succeed wben everything else fell. JUSTICES' COUUTS. In nervous prostration and female weaknewea they are the supreme B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday remedy, as thousands have testified. after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday after 3rd Monday in June, Tuesday after FOR KIDNEY.LIVERAND 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December. STOMACH TROUBLE Wednesday afte O. H. Scott, k k the best medicine em 14 3rd Monday inCromwelJ, 'Wednesday after March, over a druggist's counter. 3rd Monday in June, Wednesday altar 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in December. John H. ,MlIeik Rocffport, Friday after 3rd Monday In March. Friday 'after 3rd Monday In June, Friday alter 3rd Monday In September, Friday after 3rd Monday in December, Buekbte'i "Full of Life" Northern Grow J. C. Jackson, Centertown, Saturday Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation oi 38 years ot after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday af successful seed growing behind tbem. It pays to ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday after plant the best. 3rd Monday In September, Saturday afl Stasonable Specialties' ter 3rd Monday In December. M. C. Cook, Kenfrow, TUeeday after BEANS . $3 50 Bushel Earliest Red Valentine . 2nd Monday in February, Tuesday after . . Jj 15 Bushel Refugee Extra Early 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd New Stflngless Green Tod . $s,1o Bushel Monday in August, Tuesday after 2nd Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax U 5 Bushel .iuuiiuy in Davis New White Wax . . U 75 Bushel Thomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday Gurrie's Rust Proof Wax . $4.50 Bushel after the second Monday in February, Wednesday after 2nd Monday in May, Extra Early Alaska . . , $j.jo Bushel Wednesday after 3rd Monday in August, New Early Gradus . . . . is jo Bushel .Wednesday after 2nd Monday In NovemHoraford's Market Garden . 3 50 Bushel Buckbee's Lightning Express jj.co Bushel ,. ber. V. C. Miles, Fordsville, Thursday Lettuce. Radish, Tomato and a full line et 2nd Monday in February, Thursday after Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. 2nd Monday In May, Thursday after after Send for complete catalogue or submit a list ol 3rd Monday in August, Thursday after . your requirements and wlUquote prices. 2nd Monday, In November. Buy direct from the grower Save Money. p.attH. Ralph, Friday 2nd t.3' Write today. Mention this paper. Monday in February, Friday after 2nd Monday in May, Friday after afterMon3rd day in August, Friday after 2nd MonI368BclbeeSI., Rtctfera Stru Farms. Rockfafs". K day in November. Electric Bitters SEEDS Octob&r Attorney at Law, HAHTFORD, - KY. practice his profession In Ohttl and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Col-- . leetlons a Specialty. Offloe la the Her aid building. 'Wilt FRANK L.FELIX, Attorney at Law HABTFORD, YANOYL.MOSLEy, - KY. r l Bank. Will practice his profession In aH tat) Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. and in the Court of Appeals. Also Notary Public. Office over First National iu. ! ,. j ,.r'" f'l (I JOnrTB. XVlLS'ON cnAs. M.cnowH WILSPN & CROWE - KY. " LAWYERS HARTFORD, H. W. BUCKBEE post-otflc- .l..' lljt TRY THE REPUBLICAN '" con-gen- Will praotdoe their profeerfon la aS courts of OMo and adjoining cour. ties, and in the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and to coUectiomB. Offioa m HARTFORD POLICE COURT. C. M. Crow. .Tiirttra. n n T.ttrA. r.i... Main 8L, opposite Court Houee. Attorney; Sam Riley, Marshal; Court V.U1KCI1UO uecunu monuay in each month. (Co,?.nc'1-- Jt,01 H' Williams, Mayor; kurer. Members of Council, T. R. Bar- . J. " w. M. Fair. TSylor,'' E- - Ellis,' E. P. MooreV Pen nSc500i.(Tr,U8tee-- J. S. Glenn, chairman; Ti"J8ley' Secretary, C. M. Barnett. C. il, and Dr. E. B. Pendleton, Ohio County h tie J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. All JOB WORK WE DO THE RELIGIOUS SERVICES. f111T.t. CaiiIIi Oam.I.'.. .& I and evening every Irst and third Sunday in each month. Sunday School 8:45 a. m. T. 1H Matters Given Prompt Atterr-tio- n. it SATISFACTORY K1NJD, D-2- 1 ' - Ladies! -- ave Money and Keep La Style by Readag llcCall'i Magazine and Using McCali Pattern HAWZIHE E'Sln Pastor. v","u' oervjcgs every Bjjiuiay. morning and evening. Sunday School eTen,"S- - Rev. Sn J. w. Bruner. every fourth Sun.rit b? C.nurch-Servi- ces School 2:30 p. m. Elder W. B. Wright C P. Church-Servi- ces Sunday in eaoh month at 11 a. m. 'and 7 Prayer meeting eery Wednes-dST.SXe.?,?- " PENSION AFFIDAVITS SPECIALT- YOTTO C. MARTIN K S. P.licKENNKY Martini McKeief 1 SundaycoaLS. ixntj help you dress styl-hb- ly al a moderate expense by keeping you posted on tne latest fa s 111 on s In MCU'iMt.ilnwlll ' '.... New Fashion Deslfna In each Issue. Also aluablo Information on all home and perOnly sonal matters. toe a year. Including a irco tiattern. today or Bend for free eamplo copy. , McCall Pattcnu nil 1 enable you to make In your own home, nltuyouronnhands clotblncfor yourself and children which will be perfect In style and fit. 1'ricc none bleher than 15 cents Bend for freo Pattern Catalogue. We Wdl Cit Yoa Fih Preitito for cettinc subscriptions among your friends, bend for free I'remlum Catalocuo and Casli I'rlzo Offer. THE clothes and bats. 50 SOCIETIES. Hartford lodge No. 67?. meets first and third Monday & 'A. "M.. each month. Owen Hunter, w. &.. 12 P. Foreman Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. 110, meets every third Saturday R. A. M. night In SECRET jccxV f. H antf o r d Jy.. General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK jneets second and fourth Monday ing, Mrs. S, A, Anderson, Lizzie Miller Serrntnrv Secretary. 7' .t8'..816 Chapter '""ore wignrnest; Hartford E. No. S4, and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. JTi. O. it n" r CTt p&. Bixs,yisL jst''" of rht. JaSpan' Miss Ney Foster, K. Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M.. meets every first and third Thursday Cl CJ- - even- S.. - In The Contemplation of ''' Foreman, Record Ke'eper. ounsnine wive JNg. 42, L. O. T. M., meets every first and third Friday night In each month. Mts. Attye Griffln.Lady Record Keeper. ' HcTJUl C0MPASY. 239 It 249 Wnt 37tb SL.KOI TOKC BouTibon Boyd Boyle Bracken "i Breathitt Breckinridge ..; v Bullitt .: Butler Caldwell Calloway Campbell Carlisle ..-.- . Carroll Carter Casey Christian Clark Clay .... .. Clinton VS. Virgil G. Foster, tt al Defendants. 15 JJy virtue of a judgment and order 11 of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, ren 16 dered at the April term, 1911, In 2C tho above cause for the purpose of 7 dividing the proceeds amongst the 23 15 8 & 23 29 Beauty '.... .... .. .. ., G " .... .,. 20 19 4G ..,..7. .,...'. '. Crittenden Cumberland Daviess Edmonson JBIHott ... ..y .. ., s b ... ....'' :.'..' ". 10 20 11 17 12 39 13 6 ID ' Estill Kayotte ,PteiBjng Floyd" FnaoMln JPalton Gallatin. . ' 47 ..., .,...20 1 . ...' 16 0 .... Garrard Grant GtWYOB .... .... ......... .V ...T ..3 16 ." .. .... H 17 Gwb. ,'... Greenup jtaneaok. lUnHn Hsrlwi Harrison HmdeaoD drayeon .?.. :..... ?!..S..'... .... .. ..24 13 21 11 19 ;... ..'.." ...'.. 1. .."..... t ,". .,H iter :...: , ..16 ....SO 21 Hmry JHttMBna .1 7 s lietkitm '..33 :::..-- . ? ! jr Utoon ..: i 19 272 JB6 ! .... , ,M parties 1n interest after paIng the costs herein, 1 will offer for ealo by public auctioni at the Court House door in Hartford, on Monday, the 5th day of Juno 1911, about one ojelook p. m., upon a credit of six and twwlve months the following described property, A lot or parcel of land in Bda, Ohio County Kentucky bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone; thence south 39 E. 101-poles; ithenco X 50 E. 17 4 poles to a fctone; thence N. 851-- 2 poles to a stone; W. 41-- 5 thence S. 53 W. 13 polea to the beginning' containing 1 acre. Conveyed to Isaac Foster by R, L. Fowl, and Nora Ford, his wife, Supt., 23rd. 1961 and of record in the Ohio County Cleik's office, Deed book No. 24, page 84. Also a certain lot of land in the same town, county and state boing the homestead place of said Isaac Foster containing about ten acres, deeded by three separate deeds in the three following boundaries: 1st Beginning at corner at a plant tdge of the ed. stone oa the Owonsboro road southeast corner to lot number 21; thence with a HneN-6W, 47 pok 'to two small tolaak oaks and hickory, corner to lot No 3 thence S. 26 E. 15 polos to a black walnut acd Uirce.Bnia.il black oaks on the south side and line of the nee Baird 200 aore traet; thence with eald llae south 86 E. 41 2 pele to one &ite oak soutb wet corner to lot No. 4; thence i a line N, 34, W. 11 poles to a stone Bwthwetft corner to lot No; 4; these with a line N. 66 E. 12 -2 poles to fl, ato&e oa (he south edge offlfold let tfeeneo N. 36 W. 24 poles m! X Mate to-w- lt: C 3-- McCALL PATTERNS catalogue to Agents. ana new casn prise oners, yjuaren IB! McCUX CO, JM t 2 W W. JTOi SL. NEW YMK nunnrrniFwrc uinvnnnif Postal brings premium Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity and reliability nearly 40 years. Sold In nearly every city and town in the United States and Canada, or by mall direct. More sold than any other make. Send for iice catalogue. McCALL'S MAGAZINE More subscribers than any other fashion magaaine million a month. Invaluable. Lt-- 1 est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, plain sewing, fancy needlework, hairdresslng, J etiquette, good stories, etc. Only 50 cents a year (worth double), Including a tree patten. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy, there is no chami that a woman is prouder of titan a pretty set of teeth Beauties who lack this essential and w!ho$e front teeth are a dlsfJgure- memrt, have bridgo work inserted, as It cannot be distinguished from th-We are experts In natural teeth. crown and bridge wonk, Igold Inlays C0IWaHnder Thomas Williams; Clerk, and pla.te work. Preston Mot ton Post No. 4, a. A. R., Written guarantee on all monk. Sat- holds regular meetings Saturday beforu the first Monday In each month. Ash-ror- d isfaction In overy particular. Mills, Commander; J. M. Rogers, Sec-Ac- Carpenters and Joiners local No. 1881, meets 1st Saturday. night In each month. Noah Skaggs, Pres.j W. D. Luce, Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. F., meets second and fourth Friday night in each month. W. R. Hedrick Noble Grand CM. Barnett Secretary. Ohio Tribe No. 183, Imp. Order Red .Men, meets second and fourth Wednes- . mi nett, Sachem. A. montn. James c. BenE. Pate, Chief of Records. Hartford Camp, W. O. W. No. 202 Con-- ' wd TRADC-MARK- 8 obtained In all coontrlti, cr no (e. Wfotulo PATENTS TH AT PA"4 odTrrtiM Uin tboicegtaV. at cur xpniM, audXelp 7011 to ftttcceac Bend modL paotoor (kttca tor FBCC rvport on lotin s uuue rWlW.J1J.HitWCt.i to i itptmnftnm ,tm sevsnwi street, . o.-cSHINOTC tiaUUIr. J) jwaw" snusUc UR- - IHVs1VJIJ0(3 ak "?"" W KILLthi wth Dr. DR. H.O.BELL, DENTIST, Bldg. CURE thi (LUNCS couch Office in Republican Hartford, Ky. Sccretary.Treasurer-dianapolis, Ind. State Officers: A. S. of E. National Officers: Prealdent.-F. Sharp, Narrows, Ky. Vice Presidsnt J. M. Weods. M. S. D. Kump, In- King's New Discovery AND ALL THROAT AND if PrlMCtmctirM r.iifi!.', GILLESPIE BROS. rUUwOtiMTBrWTStllMIM'M,StiartTls. I 1 TtUt U fcaM Xw BastaM. Atrial WlUl yon oar psraaasMt customer. V-- SPECIAL OFFER: tMf p SEEDS' waters sum succtt I P t 5. B. Robertson, Id F,rn"'. ftrrutt' Carroll county. Pros. 1Ienderson county McLean county, Sec.- Vice - LUNSTMUILES. l smoi w wmuwuau. Writ W.H. & J. F. GILLESPIE m today; Mention thh Proprietors SEND IO CENTS ft if t PM04T. ' -- ! uinuVTj iiisa wt B LACKSM1TH1NG AND REPAIR wHWaW' 'O, P. Roemer, Warren county, State Organizer. C. C. Allen. Henry county, aad Lat-tl- e Graves. Allen county, Assistant state organizers. Board of Directors. Ben Watson, Warren county; C. M. Barnett, Ohio county; A. H. Brooks, Bracken county; II. E. Iv ??y. HMdln county, and J. F. Doss, Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officers: Pres.. Beaver Dam.Ky. ?; Henry8i?.veni. Sec. Hartford, Ky. PJrtle, D. Ford, Treas., Hartford, ky, ( COUNTT BOARD OK BDUCATION. Henry Leach. Chairman. Hartford, Ky. 1. L. B. Tlohenor, .Hartford, R. F. D. No, 5. 2. H. C. Hartford, Reynolds. Ky, 3. M. 8. Patterson. Olaton, Ky. Ky. I' S-- . ASP1' white Run.Mines.Ky. Plumer. Taylor 6. J. L. Brown, Jteekport. Ky. 9TJASAHTSXTJ BATXHTACSOKSi OS JKOWXT XKWmiVXD, HAVE YOUR SUITS u Cleaned b 5 WORK 1- -2 Horseshoeing .a Specialty. , - ri 'fnrv."ic 7&!f & Ymftut --mr-, si&JZ2F I , ' i - 4SSmlvL I vus v. . r Repaired'. , Work called fer and Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and i Pressed delivered. Club M riBo SW j,-..- .- rnontk. rate f 1. 00 per Hirtfifrii)jlii, Blfl; . 1- Hartford, - H -?m'ariur' HARTFORD, KY. iM Stomach Blood and Liver Troubles r pale-peop- AMNG OUR EXCHANGES .u with wMk.ftoiMefa, afed eotMequeat Mmi ilsi'jtl lack" , pHrYlirintitd Meed. "Nervoua'aad fee', rieh, red Mood. Their stomach need iflrigoratiag Jer. after all, a ishhi m be bo ttroajter thaa bit stomaoh. A reaaady that make the stomaoh strong and the liver oatira, asakea rieh red Mood and overeomea and drives 4et eHieaiB'prodneta baeteria aad cure a whole taultl. & itislaif J f I MJrt I I lavHaratap aatt Bleo4 mUeaaaer. VH 3is53i2CSS.V I s- !TTi aaaH " Yo ean't afford to aocept any medicine o( dnlitov ' IB SJT"i i Discov-ery,- " atmputHta m a substitute for "Golden Medical whleh is a medicine op known composition, having a complete list of ingredients in plain English on its same being attested as correct under oath. Br. Pier' Pfeataal Pclteit regvltte aad larigocrtStomach, Llnnaad Bowl. at xmh Stamaeh Weakneaa aaf br taking a coarse o . tparte'a Gerfea Medical Dlaeovety IAe gnat Stemaeh tteitoratlre, Liter J waWWWi LaaJatma D WStM ol? J1lJ-A single than two. needed to make any character desired on the complete, straight-lin- e, keyboard of the is key-for-every-character motion is quicker" to make Only one motion easy action light running. Model 0 1 t V v -- a Write (oi information toi 'sLLLLLELBsl The Smith Premier Typewriter Company, Inc; ST. LOUIS, MO. RvteIitS Prize Offer IromXeadiiig Manufacturer1 Book on patents. search of Patent Office records. Our.Mr. Greeley was formerly. Acting Commissioner of Patents,.and as such had full charge.of the U. S. patenfOffice. "Hints to inventors.7 "Inventions needed." "Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model for GREELEY&MINTffiE L INCORPORATED WASHINGTON',. D. C. sttfm if QtH OUR CLUBBING RATES. $1.35 The Republican and Louisville Herald Courier-Journ1.50 The Republican and 1.75 The Repxblican and St. Louis 1.25 The Republican. and Home and Farm Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.25 Daily Herald The Republican and Louisville 3.25 The republican and JLrauy uwensDoro inquirer Messenger 1.75 O'boro The Republican and. 1.75 Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea "Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 The The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. .... 1.50 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.25 al Glolpe-Democr- at ro Twice-a-Wee- k Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. . jGood Positions eaUal, and 19 years' succeed, to secure positions under reasonable imam or refund tultiea. r Praughot. gives contracts, backed by chain of 30 Colleges, $300,000.0 . 5 , RnniriTWPfill M DlUJlfVEEl Vfv yew. i5(vhw , his iMropoaitioM.concede that he teaches more okkeepinrw three months than they do in six. Draughon can ceti- - Draughons competitors, 'by net accepting con -- the United States Court Report- Per era write the system of Shorthand Draughoa j teaeHee, because they know it is THE BEST. V1 ' Fer FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet "Why Learn Telegraphy?" jJwUekj explain all, oe.ll on or write JOHN F, QRAUGH0N,7Presjdet. I wuUK I Ail CM ADTff A Vis U H 76 cst ' ' fc' WMUGHOfVS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE, BVAHiVILIJi, maftwesiTHiJ ADU8AH, NASUVILLB, 8T. LOUIS, WWHQHBCD, MBMPgUI. (Fourth District Leader) Ouy Payne, ot Hvrnod, 'waa ta. town ono day lasb wiwk and told ua an oipo-ldaca with a crow's nodi. Ho eayt) be killed a crow in hr iiost and 1m a few days waa pasulng the eafmo way and found a squirrel in Ow nost. Km klll-the squiHTel and wont on. In the course of a few daya Jio happened along the aamo way an Lo and Behold I T.hero was a coon oocirpying the same nwat-- He mnely proco.jdod to kill It iWe "havcti't socn him since last week, ibut when wv do ha will probably raport. a bear or Bomethlng . .- smaller. Fm sorenecH ot the muscles wheht-e- r (Leltchfield Gazette.) induced by violent exercise or A bill collector la Louisvillo tva3 Chamberlain's Liniment la exstabbed by a creditor, who became cellent, This lliilinomt is also high enraged at the idea of a man want-log ly j8toomod for the relief it affords in money. Apparently colloatlng Sold by all cases ot rheumatism. should be classed amoDg tbie "haz- druggisto m. ardous occupations." (Owensboro Inquirer.) Starts Much Trouble. Mra. Jay Johnson ot tho Ensor If all pH)lo bnaw that neglect o neighborhood is tho possessor of a constipation would result in savore In Oae day recently dlgostloa remarkable oat. Jauudloe or virulent In the backyard, ahe noticed while out aver crouoia wis wouia soon taiee the family cat carrying a rabbit In Dr. King's New Life Pills, and end It. her mouth to her bed. Mrs. Johnson Its the ouly safe way. Be9t for bilithought it Strange but being vary ousness, headache, dyspepsia, chills busy at the time paid no more atten- aad'ddblllty. 25c at add druggists, m tion to it. Tiie cat recently became the mother of four kittens and eviPOND RUN. dently being of Theodore Boosevelt'a May 17. Mr. and Mrs. Luther turn ot mind decide! that the family wasn't large enough. Next morning Brown 'lsIUd at Taylor Mines last when Mra. Johnson went to where the Sunday- - the guest ot Mr. Jim Miles. Mr. Jim Calloway visited his sisklttena were kept ahe found four little rabbits lying bo3lde the klttcas. ter Mr3. Linda Cummins last week. Where the cat found tho rabbits Is not Mr. Ernt Brown and wife spent Sunday with Mr. iWni. Ohlnn. known. , Mr. Alloy Ford, Hast St. Ixuls, Is (The District Review.) visiting friends and relatives In this Judge has lifted the question ot redistrlctliig clear above par- vicinity. Mrs. Willie Russell was the guest ties and mokes it a question, not of partisan advantage but of represen- ot Mr. D. A. Russell Sunday. Mrs. Llda Cummins is visiting her tative government, by showing that some districts have six times a? much daughter Mrs. Jery Dawson. ''Mlss93 MalHe and Myra Bennett voting strength as others. A FARMER WHO MADE A (MISTAKE spent Saturday and Sunday wJthi their uncle Mr. Elbent Klrtloy. (Rockport Iud., Journal.) It would seom to be a iprotty sure Mfas Girrie Russell spent Saturday proposition that the man who leaves night with MIs3 Ethel Hunley. a farm to work for rwago3 ot $1.G0 a Mr.-- and Mrs. Jut Robinson spent day in the city Is making a serious Saturday night at Mr. J. J. RusJell. Miss Dink Wheeler has gone to mistake. Yt there are men In the country "who are doing that Identical Central CHy the uuat of Mrs. John thing under the impression that they Hodrlck, Misses Carrie and Ola Brown attend are bettering their linanclal condition. The Owenjaoro Inquirer has ed the party at Mr. Elbert Klitley's found a man of that kind. He was Saturday night Mrs. Charley Brown Is 111 at this doing well at farming in McLean writing, tr-- ' county, J)ut thought he could dojwt-te- r In Owensboro. He moved some , JUr. IVa Hartley, wont to Paradise six or seven years ago- - The experi- SJucday , Mr. J. R. Shull who ha3 been ill ence has "not been satlafactory and he talks bitterly aiboutlt. The- In- for some time ia Improving rapidly. Sunday School at this place Is In quirer quotes him as saying: "Before I came to the city I creasing In attendance. We havo 113 thought I could support my family on the roll. went to Cool Mr. Earl Ohlnn and 3ave money on wage3 of a dollar, and a half a day. I brought enough Sprlng3 Sunday. Mis3 Grade Landrum, of Rockport provisions from the farm to run us a year, and I saved some of my $9 a U vlaltlng her unci Mr. Henry weak. The next jear I had to buy Cummins . One of our busy farmers, Mr. Lu everything an myd little bank deposit was reduced. The third year it all ther Brqwn, has twenty five ears welah twenty-thre- e disappeared and I have had an awful of conn that pounds that he talsJd In am old Sar- struggle to live since. I was a fool and there are other fools in town Just safrass patch. Who can beat that? The road grader Is In our mldet llko me. There are other fools out In the country who will come to the doing a great deal of good ork but city to work for the wages ot a com- Im created some excltemenit as ecmo mon laborer. Some of the fools who folks thought it was a gasolne boat oame In times past have returned to while others thought It was an authe farm, but they did so at the ond tomobile. of the first or second year. Tho fool who atays longer than that gets too I poor to got back to tho farm. I know because I've tried It" For Infants and Children. There ills food for reflection In the The Kind You Have Always Bought mans sbatument of his situation. Conditions In cities and in the rural Boar3 the districts are eo radically 'different Signature of that the country nun does not realUe what he Is "going up against" iwhon ho leaves the farm to taJro up his Memphis Lady Writes. residence 'In the city. It Is inevitaMemphis, Mr. Emma D. ble that he shall find in the course "I sufof a comparatively short period that Loonay, ot irempWs, fered mteory tor warty olsht years. Since taking Catxlui, I &ia imuoh rvtron; er, and, I haven's aliased a single meal y I hardly knodr haw so exprvss TO CURE SORE BUNIONS gratude." Don't worry about your Treatment Marvelouily Quick for S synuitops Cardul ffOea deopor down. This and All Foot Troubles. Wlwvt you need ta afcrenajth. Sdrength will enable you to throw off female "Ulisolve two tablespoonfuls ot Calo troubles and wlii arvnt the hoaatach clda compound In a basin ot hot water; backaobe, eHaataaaa and obhar symptoc soak the feet In this for full nfteeu you now suffer from. Candul minutes, jcently musoaglng the sore that 0 parts. (Lett time will not give desired haliitiLyouget U. .reaulta.): Kepeat this each night until cure is permanent" All Savaa Many FromDeath. pain Hnd influraHJatlon la W. LMock, of Maok, Ark., believes drawsott Instantly 'and waay lives In his the buulna soon li reduced he hasaaved to normal eUe. Oorna and 35 years of exaerUuoe In the drug oallouaes can be peeled bu8iU9M.. "W,ka.t I aUays like to do, right oS and will stay oS. In writes, "is t veeommend Dr. Sore, tender feet and King's New Dhteevery for weak, sore smelly, sweaty feet need lungs, bard ookia Isoarseness, obstibut a few treaatmeote. A twenty-ir- e oem package ot Oalocido nate oottghs la. grlppa, croup, asbtuna affeotlon, for I la uaually auMeieat to put the worst or otaW feat la' Use eoadltlunC Caloelde Is no feel sura that a number of my neighloager eoalned to op ly the doetora' bors are .alive ad well ibooaus use. "Any druc4et baa It 1b itewk or they otek my adylce to use It I will QMlekly It from, hli wbole-sal- e honesUy bellave Its tho brt. throat hewe. Tbla will prove a and kiftg wiedcln--s tlut's made easy (teat, ta 'yraeaa who bar bees 'rgUalyttrylaa; to ear their toot to prove Wi rgat Get a tral bottle .rfMblea with UeHeotlTe tablats uad free, fit ru&Our C(e or 1.00 bostle. auaraaiUd y all kuig(aUi. ai . t9t powtra, ol y, a woek ia painfully iad equate nooda ot the family. It ia .likewise intvttablo that should he pasteowe going back to the farm too loBff he will find alnuwlf In the conof tho Owensboro mani oo ditio poor ito go. Under such clrcufmst&nr oes the future cannot be attractive, for tw time must come when he will be out of the earning isamawlth noth ing laid up for a rainy day. The man la doing well on tho farm before ho moves to the city to work at laborers wagv. The money comcaslow ly oa the farm, but it comes surely to every farmer Who exercises ordinary industry, and dlHgenioo-i- nd it doesn't go as swiftly and to as little off eot as It doos Jn the city where one must needs pay for about everything hbgeta except air and sunshine. his to $ et the For Sale NOCUBttfcoaMDEO wbm. n"iTr?l''r"'','' nv r ra Jirrrl Jrt Watknglm JavtT rumty anJufltn Ike patent, PatMt aad lirfrlngsmsnl Pnellea Ecluslvot. WrttM ap ennwft to am mt VtlU-- l ttaSM tUm OSe,! Va HU atrwt, . C. WASHINOTON, i.'tt'Oduf. tf. ow -- 1 Real Estate! 60 Acres ot tho finest Rough, river bottom land located three miles west of Hartford. About 30 acres In cultivation. Good dwelling and out buildings. A bargain for $1,250. ! t rs j klUAMattf aTKnrm TnAorMitwrn Aivmik iflndlnrtl ktch and description ms? lutoMf jaMfaf rR opinioa fr whMtaar o Inrentlrtd Unnl DM MHdMtUI. HANDBOOK on litanu patenUi. lent free. UUeet Miner for Hearing Co. 1'stent Ukea tbroaza llaaa A recelrs Ktciol nottet, wimoai enema, in tna HEXPERIENCE 60 YEARS' We have 460 acres of fine bottom land firom ono and a halt to two wWr miles ot Hartford, part of it timber. Also about 75 acrcu of upr land belonging to the aamo trmot .... Terma easy Jo rmTiJii.'CMYHisrtTiac. story fmrao A now ono and one-ha- lt building with flvo rooms and largo recptleon ball, built out of tho boot Situated on Clay; selected material. and Fredrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. Lot 00x205 foot Flno well of ooft water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. i Scientific A. hendeomelr lllmtrat! WMklr. Mraeet elf. irajj, S3 RIMtloa of ear eclenttao IdUroeJ. fnnptnAnthi. SL. Sold brail 'lI16fi nmtm. BU MUNr1Co.38'Bfo"' New York U. Wajhlnuton. Brand! OOira. 6 B" D. Subscribe for The Republican -- $1.00 per year. Good nine room two story dwolllng la Centertown, Ky., has good good cellar, nover falling well ot water, good stable and other Out buildings, ono acre lo of ground. A iplendld location for family residence and hotel. Price and terms reasonable. Apply to ' BARNETT & FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Ky. . rifT"- ols-ter- In POSITIONS GUARANTEED will GUARANTEE you a poeltion If you ua real aoon. We need many more at once to supply the enormous demand for our graduates. As soon as we get the required of students this offer wlU bo withdrawn, so number write at once for particulars. WE 0'Rr 4 GEO. W. SOnWASTZ rumoirAU BUSINESS COLIEGE wvo.ro.ix.u ESTADUanBD ISO ZtOUiaVIZiZiTS, KY. rfaafJSn WABTE-. ' nulunc money fut H'rUtfv full ftirticuLir! anJifitciileffir at enct. ij NO MII.Nlil- - REUUIKK1) until rou receive and approw of your bicycle. WTehtfl to anyone, anywhere intheU.b lattmmt a an defasiixnii&vxnct.trttoy freight, vui allow 1KN UAYS FIIKE TIHAL duun? nhich time you may ride the bicycle andr- put it to any test you wish II you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish t to us at and you will mkHlwL nUVvu keep the bicycle ship it hick I'Vnish our ex pern c grade bicycleshoit bt cut out cent. make the lushest is possible to EAPTA9V PDIPFC Wc rHUIUAl rniUtJ n one iml pront jbove actual factory cost. You sare i to ti$ middlemen's profits by buyirur direct of us ana have the manufacturer's guar. ante- - behind your bicycle. IU MOT 1IDV a bicycle or a pair of tires trom anyont until you receive our catalogues and leira our unheard of actors at air tnux and rtrutrkaSU tfect.it ejfert to rlUor asenU fa V?OHBailwll lat YOU WILL BE ASTONISHED r,uIyrr7rordeT.luafutLc W e sell irvrtvrwe can make you this year. satisfied the highesteograde bicjcles (or less roonrs We are with Si than anv other factory. oront ahAve factory cost. ItlCVCLi: l)KAI.KIt.S, you can sell our bicycles under your own name plal at a ... .1.111111B nur nncei. 'uincrs uiiea ne a.iv rpreivea. HKCONU 1IAN1 HICICLKS. We do not rezularlv handle second hand Unclear tiaitatlv hive a number on hand tilcen In trade by our Chiaaeo retail storea. Ihete ere clear aul eromotlv at Dnees ranfirinar from SJ to Srfsir r51u. UescrlDuve barzun listi mailed free. district A RIDER AGENT and and nde "Kaneer" umitiiM br ui. Our asenu ev0rYwhra bicycle f IHEACHT0WH. tot exhibit ar arff 'r COASiCK-DNAnt- d, equipment imporieu rorwwrjinins amnio Miiecij,kinds ol all at ha! tie vrmZ tTttuJ-ri- r mis, Tiaic - UlliOUtlilunpUpatrtorftAOUaskviithorderStJS). NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS. Tucks or Glass vrlll not let the air out. Sixty thousand pairs sold last year. Over two hundred thousand pairs nonr in use. MlFftnnrPrinUt Made In nil sizes ItiOlvelv 8 M HEDGETHORN PUNCTURE-PROO- F TO INTRODUCE, QHLY The resrular retail irtce ol tliese tires i jftiSSCaSftSaaaaSBtesata. per fair, out to introduce we villi IS JO cci cuirii Hit TID&rC A sample PAIR 'm 8 MM. , t aBBSajBl I b oavrT ' Kmt39mrfTaWaS CASTOR A and eaivridmor.vendiirableandlinedlnsUe with "JtaaiBaBaBaBaaBaBaa7aaiBaBaBaBaVl f "ssiaaa1 a anecial nunlitv of rubber, which never becomes' '"saaflav' porous and which closes up small punctures without allow Notice the thick rubber treaf hundreds of letters from satis. in? the air to escape. We have "A" and puncture trips Mlif Sexlcustomers staling that their tireshaeonly been pumped auu "v, aiso rim itrlp "Ul UP once ortwice in a whole season. They welsh no more than to prevent rim outtlnir. This1 in ..A.w,l tire, m. tl.ln .. ordinaryIntrmrathe puncture resistinRqualitiesbeinggiven , tire will outlast anr otlief I,, makn-NO.EtCl.t regular W. HIIU. these tires.ran. UDerDair.butfor ....WM .MJIt0 Drice of cAlt B.I.IIJ is ti rA farln rn ,!. ELAbTIO aut tread. The 191 ItlUiaU. ldvetIlnurosewearelnJl.ina8DcCla, factorvoriceto the rider or only Ji.Sj per pair. All orders shipped sarae day letter Is received. We ship C. O. D. or ipproval You do not pay a Cent until ou ha e examined and found them strictly as represented. We will allow a casts discount of i per cent (thereby making the price 9i.HH per ptir) if youf You run no risk In send FULL CASH WITH OKDi;il and enclose this advertisement. sending us an order as the tires may be returned ot OUIt expense if for any reason they are) not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money seat to us Is as safe as In ai bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run faster wear better, last longer and look, finer than any tire ou have ever used or seen at any price. Wo know that you will be so welt pleased that when 3 ou 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. mm don't buy any kind at any price until you send for a pair of tires on approval and trial at IflJCO far WW IVssCsV TiaSTO Hedgethorn Puncture-Proo- f the special introductory price quoted abo e: or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue whlcii f describes and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices. UUY1NO a bicycler NOT but write us a postal mmrr WwMm or pair of tires fromtoday. DOuntil THINK OF new anyone the UM we are m inrn ITonlya costs a postal to learn everything. you know NO IV. and wonderful' Write it making. It i offers UJT f.'.tk FT, rgm utrcn I nit J. L. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL) &c&x Tn. Wl.a. Four-Fi- : ths of Your Store Patrons Were Won by AdvertisingAnd FourFifths ol These Would Be Lost if You Stopped Advertising! f store-service D-1- to-d- gt wel-oea- Newspaper advertising: is a part of all worth-whil- e a part of it which patrons particularly value. For your sales, the it keeps them in touch with your arrival of new stocks, the showing of novelties, the buying" opportunities which your store must create for its friends. The advertising becomes the link between the store and its clientele. They expect'the store's advertising to SERVE THEM "not now and tien," not partially; but ALWAYS,, and fully! To aurtail the advertising in volume or frequent oy would make the same impression on them as though you 'moved into smaller quarters and cut down your force of derka and vyarkers. To INCREASE your advertising to make it more completeas "stole News," as a "market letter,' as a bulletin of bargains will hav the effect of enlisting a every day, and of winning anew all lot of new the old oneal f store-event- s, stere-friea- WWrrllr CANNIT REAI IWN NAME AND IS RICH IganWlthoMt a Cent aid Has Anassed Millions ef Dollars. M Pflnttand, Opo., 'May 23 lUnaiMo to road or wrlto HngHsh, ovon to the oxtont "of signing his own oamo and yet so rich be cannot state the extent of lila acres, ithef numbor of his shoap or oattlo or tho amount oT his "woaWh Joo Vey, a native of Portugal, has shown In a striking way how tho opportunities of tho Paaflo Noilih-wo- st may bo turned to nooount. Joo Vey is little more (Un CO years old. iHe landed In Umatilla County, Oregon in 18S7 with scarcely enough money In his pookot to pay for a square mail. Ho went to work as a range rider and by thrift and industry ho has amassed a fortune calculated at a halt million dollars or more. "I Just figured it out hat way," was his answer to the question as to how he came to do it. WhHo the other cowboys with whom he rode tho range were planning they could have the most hilarious time as scou as they collected tliolr wages, Vey was figuring out how to avoid working for wages all Ills life. Althoush he has accomplished his purpo33 and need do no further "figuring," Vey has found it Impossible to retire and spend an inactive old age. Ho id working just as hard today as when he was struggling to savo money enough to buy his first bunch of sheep, for it was with sheop that he made the greater part of his fortune. "How many havo you all told?" he was asked. For answer he held up both hands and shook his head. Then, after a moment paua?, he said. "Well, in Umatilla and Morrow oountles I have 23 or 26 sections. I purchased about 13,000 Wres oflog-ged-o- ff land In. Union County recently and about five yeara-aj- o I bought 16,000 or 17,000 oorea n that dlstriot. Vey Is not a miser tout a worker. He thought to retire a fow years ago and visited Ills old home in Portugal. He found he could not be satisfied to be Idle and is in the harness again and 'w,Ui be as long a ho lives. &AKlN5 POWDER Tmmmmty bmkmg Ormmm mf Absolutely Pur wmrrommi ratmramm MALUMMIMPMSPHATE Narrows this morning to spend tho day with his parents. Prof. Shultz will leave for Bloomlngton Ind., to attend the University there during itho Summer months. Mr. Albert Qulsewberry is quite III at this lairltlng. Rev. David Hartstiold lias returned homo after cozductlnsr a successful meeting at Narrows last week. Rev. J. T. Lewb filled the pulpit at Third Baptist church at Owenahoro Sunday and Sunday nlghjt. Mr. Harry Monroe p Bealven Dim, was In town Monday. on a Mr. B. W. Strother loft buaino33 trip to Central City and other points on the 1. C. in tho interest of his bakery. to-da- y Mr. and Uri. Pats IHylor left Vst nlgfat for Komm Cky, Mo., to vtelt the famKy of Mr. Freak Westerflekl. Miss Myrtle Bttf&attat jwliool "will close Frl4. R, M. MI1W ,vi9lted hto stater, Mrs. Polk Gilmttre, of Foadwvlile, FriQwenaboro iWedmsdy. Mrs. "81" White closed a' success- day. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Haynos, Mr. ful spring school hero last Week. Mrs. White has boon etapJoyed ten teach the and Mrs. WaUr Sldnnor and children Itho and Mrsv Mag Sklnmer wwe taH term of achool here. Mr, and Mrs. J..H. TSMWias visited gueJta of Bd 'Baize and family relatlvos at SuliAur Sprlnga Sunday. Mr. James Truman and Mtas Elva Horses for Sale. Duncan iwere married Sunday. Mr. Horbeftit Graham amd Miss Myr- . FOR SALE 2 eight year old work tle Carter .wwre married ait fto Bap-U- horses; 1 four year old mare iwith church at six o'clook Sunday af- colt; 2 three year old mares. Call on ternoon. o. JOE R. WILLTAM8, Mr. Caleb Bux and Mta Mary 41tf Boavor Dam, Ky. Peach were married Sunday afUjrnoon at three o'clock. Rav. Joe Acton ofAmong the Churches. ficiating. The nawly wedded couple aiETHHOiDIST dHURjOH. accompanied by a number offrloods Virgil Elgin, Pastor. and wellJwlshcr3 wtoati immediately Regular services at 'Goshen next to the homo of the groom whara an elegant Supper was sewed Jn courses. Sunday. Preaching by the padlor. A. VaaRenasolaer, of The Sacrament of tho Lord's Supper Postmaster Owenaboro wan hero ilshlngfuosday. will be administered. iBrlnton Bean, ot Sulphur Mr. All services will bo held at the Sprlag3 i3 in Loulallle .talcing medl-c- al Court House until further notice. treatment from a specialist In 'FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH. nervous diseases. WT B. Wright, Pastor. Little Mary Myrtle Park, iho fifteen Bible School evory Sunday mornmoath3 old daughter dt Mr.tahd Mrs. Prayer mootOarson Park, died May 13th after a ing at 9:30 o'clock. five days Ulno33 ot Cholera infantum. ing and lecurte by pastor on Bible School l3son ifor following Sunday, The devotion of tho parents and of tho father to the dying every Friday night. Preaching every 4th Sunday mornchild was a solemn spectacle .May hope heal the wound3 ol he heart- ing and oventng. Communion services everyi Sunday broken parents and may daajth at last reunite them with their darling baby Immediately after Bible, School. Everybody invited to attend each In that home whano death, - mover senvlw. spreads ita dark wings. gt NARROWS, May 24. iMfe Luta heyml vWWi hor .brotoer, Mr. CaWla yl, at Eohols, Saturday unfl Momtay, Messrs. J. B. Roafrow awd James Carter attomkid an, 04d- TttUtftiii lOd meeting at Central CRy Tuesday Atht Mr. Janva Magan ,of J)untj (wft In toatove iwrfomftM mad to te Milliner jl Millinery! " line this year,but still have some nice hats that are sure to please. We can furnish you any style! Come good trade in oifr large Millinery We have had an exceedingly and Visit Us Hats before the season closes. And let Miss Foster show you our Cool Dress Goods for Summer i Before selecting your new dress let us show you our line of Lawns, Percals, Etc. Summer Underwear For Ladies and Men. Let us supply your wants, The best comforts for summer time. Oxfords and Summer Hosiery , We carry a full line of the latest styles of Oxfords for Ladies, Men, County Organizer and Manager Wanted. A leading Fraternal Insurance Order desires a reliable nMte man to take charge of its work in this county to Introduce the Order solicit members collect monthly dues organ ts Izo lodges appoint and manage and 30 on. Noprovlous exporlenoe Is needed as we will teach you how to operate-ThiIs a splendid opportunity for a good man, milth liberal pay and chance of promotion. Devote spare tim'X3&xtt, "with wholo time lata? on. Well known man wanted,, strictly honest, good ability, one who Is a hustler and will get out and push the work forward. This Is a great chance to become an Influential leader, to help your fellow man and make a good income for yourself at tho same time. Tills Society pays banjflts for sickness, accident and death. The lodges have grand ritualistic work, strlotly new and In every particular. No other Order like It was evry started. Over 05,000 memberships already Issued and growing voiiy fast. Write Immediately for further particulars giving full information of yourself in lettor. Address in confidence, SUPREME COMMANDER GHN sub-agens ..." Sheriff's jjfcBy Virtue of ypBeSTR)r,,Wt5UO(J J.rV Sale. Elocution No. 322 dl- - tile Clerk's Office of tho Ohio Circuit Court, in favor of McCormlck Harvest lng Machine Co., agalnet R. M. & S. I. Lanidnun for $35.00 with dn)tarest from August 16, 1S90, and $7,35oosts. I or one of my deputies, 'will on Monday the 5th day of Jane 1011, bo tweeu Wia houre of 10 o'clock a. m., and 2 o'ctool p. sm., at the Court House door ia Hartford, Ohio County, Kentucky, exposo to public Sale, to the hlghost bidder, the following property (or so judi thereof as may bo necessary to fcitlsfy Plaintiff's dobt ,lnt,erest an.d coato.) A lot or parcel of land in the town of RockjKMi, Ohio County, Ky., and situated on North Street and bounded as follows: On the North by lot of V. P. Her; on tlio East by lot of J. W. Itoss ,ou the Soujth .by North Street, and on tha West by Ceralvo road. Said lot d being 80x93 feet and tho same to S. I. Landrum by Laura A. Calbarton and husband, Sept., 4, 1901, as shown by deod of record In Ohio County Cork's office, deod book No. 26, yage 383, levied upon as tho property of S. I. Landrum. TEItiMS: Sale will be made on a credit of 6 montliB, bond with approved security roqurod, boarllng interest at tho rato o C ye cent, per annum from day of sale, and having the force and offoot ot a replevin bond. WitnosB my hand, this 18 flay of April 1911. T. H. BLACK, S. 0. C. to-w- lt: con-yeye- BRAL, KY. BOX AB-20- 3, COVINGTON, 43t4 C. O. Hunter p; Frod Cooper ss; Dr HERBER1. A. B. RUey lb; E. M. Woowward 2b; May 17. .Hubert Durdett and Wil- d. E. Smith b; Dr, E. W. Ford rf; WHITESVILLE. May 28 Dorry Bvana and Buck bur Rheardon Misted at Rome, Davloss Dr. E. B. Pendloton of; R. A. Noff- Stinnett wore in from Tennessee a County from Saturday until Monday-M- r. slngor If; R. R. Rlly c, Several sub and Mrs. W. M. F. Holland stitutes will too ou hand, ,but their faw days last lwelc. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Haynes and names liaivo not been announced by McKlnzle Ralph, of Ralph Is spending a few days with his sinter, Mrs. son John Henry ot Whltesvlllo apent the managers. Sunday at R. M. Miliars. a Hartford defeatod Coralvo In C. A. Kelly. MUs Sallle, E. Ford, Offendboro, game ot ball at Hartford Saturday Mrs. Stuwart and daughter, ot are sending a week iwlth was the guwt of noatlves hjre from with a ecore of 12 to 4. Tho game , was played In the morning and wit her son, William Stewart, the I. C. Saturday until .Monday. Paul Bakier, Floral, jwas Jn thla place neod by a large crowd. The rain In the afternoon prevented the gatme ot , N. P. KlVey, of Sugar Grove, was Sunday aDternoon. Mis Ruth Lloyd, Fordsvlllo, ia Hartford vs. NoCrciek. In town on business last Friday, TORDSVILLE. Mrs. Bob Bell and daughter Nellie visiting her sister, Mrs. Arthur Ford. NoCreek ,wlll play against Hartford, Mrs. Zelma Lanum, Fordsvlllo, apect May 23. Several flrom hero wont to visited Mrs. I. S. Mason at Fordsvllle first team, tomorrow. Friday with Miss Mattlo Barntt. Louisville Sunday on. tho excursion. last wvek, Notice Wool Growers. All persons having iwool pledges please send them in at once, as there and are proapaats for a sale In the near 8th, limited to two days from date of future. H. E. MISCHKE, Agt. 3eudipVlges toD. M. Stewart, Hart- salo $4.45. ford, Ky. hth BAPiTdST CHURCH. Now is the ttmo to got rid of your J. W. Bruner, Pa3tor. rheumatism. You will find Chambsr-laln- 's Liniment 'wonderfully-- - effective Pastor J. W. Bruner, will be homo One application wrtll convince, you of for next Sunday. Sunday school session at 9:45 o'clock Its merits. Try it. For saio by all m druggists Dr. E. W. Ford Supt. worship at 11 o'clock Morning , The pastor will report his trip to the FAIRVIEW. May 22. Mrs. C. R. Crum-- a and Convention at tho morning hour. B. Y. P. U. in the Baraca room at daughter, Mtsa Stella, have returnel from an extended visit wlthrelative3 C:45 o'clock. " Evening worship at 8 o'clock. in Oklahoma. MI&3 Ella Mitchell, of Cedar "Grove, vlsit&d MtsB Maude Hurt Saturday Notice. V and Sunday. persons having claims against All MIs3,at6 ftiyiers .la staying with tho estate of the late W. L. Brown Grove, Mrs. Jo3e Johnson, ol Cedar' are hereby notified to present them who Is 111. properly proven to sne in Hartford, Rev. T. J. Actott visited tMr. Ira Ky., on or before July 1, 1911, or they Bozarth, Sohroader. Sunday, will be barred. Also all persons in Mr. Emmet Faught and tsto'rWllsa debted to safal estate will be requirDora attended church' at Cania Run ed to make payment at an 'early date Leslie Myers. to save oost. Robert Acton, Schnoador, was In 4t4 H. B. BROWN, Admr. " thl3 nelghborhcod Sunday morning.. Mr. Steiven Acton Is ropontod to Base Ball Doings. be Improving. MIs3 Lorena Wilson visited Miss One of the most interesting games Lorena White Sunday. N . of baseball that 'has been played in Hartford in a long time will take place this afternoon, when two local teams, FOR FLETCHER'S the Leans and the Fats will play five lnnlng3 at the ball park in tho old fair ground addition. Muoh amus&-nieSpring Races Louisville, Ky., Is expected for nearly the entire line-u- p of both Aoams have not May 13th to June 8th. played ball for year3. The game will For tho above occasion tho L. & N. be oallad at 3 o'clock and no admis will sell round trip lckets under jthc sion. l!he llno-u- p is a3 follows, following aondltione: with a fow probablo changes: Tickets sold on May 12th and 13 th THE LEANS. limited to June 9th, 1911, $4.45. M. Bean, cf; John W. Taylor If; Tdckets sold on May 13th ljdltad H. S. Sanders lb; JoeMlllers3T John to May 15 J3.40. Daniel p; John T. Moore 2b; J. Ney May 18th-20tTickets to be sold c; Lyons rf ; Harold 30 Juno and Fo3ter James " Boys and Infants. Our Hosiery stock cannot be excelled. ill Incorporated. BAH WI, VVA4 Centertowii, Ky. mtwM ChllcTrn Cry Rng C ASTORIA nt Specials This week we are showing 9x12 Axminster Rugs for- Hol-bro- 3b. THE FATS. $17.50 worth $22. 0 27x54 Axminster Rugs for $1.69, worth $2. These and Ant. many other bargains. are on display front of the house. 'ii' Mr. John Hlto will spent tho sumMrs. F. L. Campitou returned home mer with his daughter, Mrs, 'John MWa V. Thompson! visit- Saturday from a few days visit with Brutw. ' 'Born to Mr. and Mrs. O. T, Durdett ed in Boavr Dam last week. relatives In Phllpot. 34 ra. lWieJoheon and daughteie MUs Maixl Kully, of Deanflold, re- Ajrll 29th a son. Howard Carter. Mrs. C, W. Phillips and son James, MUww Binma, iMyrt, and Mrs. Arthur turned tojday from a fow dajis visit spent ThursdaVi at Robert Millers. Bratoher, left Sunday for Oorydon, to her aunt Mrs. O. ,W. Bdgs. Xy.,and Sullivan lud to vleit Mrs. But few farmers wero ready with Mr. Orlan Flowervi and family of Recent Duncan And Mrs. Bob Brad- plants and ground for sxeellent to- Patesvllle aiwnt Sunday at Johujru-uer- s. ford.. bacco season we have recently .had. Mr, and Mrs. Thos. Hehn of FfTl-vilDr. Bay of MadteocrvMlo was in town Mrs. Jane Fanner died at her daughvisited bbelr daughter, Mm. Wednesday. ters, Mu. William Evans on the May, Sunday. InDoav-e- r 14 Mr. Ru&sell Cooper-tv.lslto- d th, of cancer of the stomach, she Mr, John Swope and family went Bam lai week, whs burrlcd at Sugar Grove cemeto Lyonla Sunday. , Miss Bra Gains ot this place won tery Ohio County, m Mr. Orawt Mldkltt leavea to-d-y tba double tour to Europe prize In the (voa by tho Owesaboro J M. Howell, a popular druggist ot for Jacksonville. Florida, to akud Ky., says, "We use Chart the Southern Baptist Coaventlos jwfcieh clojwd tet week, Pet. .Omm- - Sfetjkz a&d wKe ofBv berl&i&'s Cough Realj In our owa Mr. Will ett&aetts family have r Daw vJaiWd her greats Mr, aad ttowafceid and know it la exoelloat." Bwaslj. Mr. LooM.nl Taylor is luvlnjc x- m Mrs. IIIbm jvsterday. They left for For sal a by all druggtats la Among Iwlhom were Dr. Rogers wife, Mrs. Clarence KeowH, Fred Cooper, pisses Irene Smith Eiana Truman, Mr, John Halo wife. and airs. W. F, Howard, of Ralph was vaa In j MltseaMary Ouatubers and Zella uud Miss Marj H. Wadding and Owsnsbpro Saturday. t'.H yostorday. Crowe spent the jiaat iwoek at Blacks-for- d. In The second teams ot Hartford and Beaver Dam will play at Hartford Saturday afternoon. iLoulsvllle, In the American Auo-clais maintaining her record for losing nearly evory game. Up to Wed nesday had won 17 and lost 20 games. n, New shipment of "WTJlJlDERHOSE" coming. We cannot keep our trade supplied. comei Get yours when they ?T" , Children Cry -- CASTORI A Marriage License. H. C. Oraham, 24, to Myrtle Virginia Carter, 24), Narrows. V, C. Morton, 24, to Btwlah Rld, 17 both ot Equality. , C. W. Bean, 51, Narrows, to Marga- N M. Paeh, 4, OlatoH. Truman, 21, Narrow, to JMr Duaeaa, 17 Barratto Fewy. CbarlW Dvlaoa, M, FordvllU, to 90, Aaklus, Ky Bdna -- FIR FLETCHER'S AND , r eeatt lifilMJMgltfMm , JnB Ch,