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The Hartford republican: June 2, 1911 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 hao1911060201_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: June 2, 1911 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. " If )W N' &)C DEYOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE, PEOPLE ftemibikMt OF OHIO COUNTY. Fine JotuWork. -- Subscription $1 per Year 2, 191L 4, VOX. XXIII. KARTFdKD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FJRIDAY, JUJNE business an avenue absolutely neces- POST-OFFIsary to effective competition. The tobacco organisation was charged with having a 'monopoly of the Ho ed with hiving a monopoly of tho licorice aste, required in, the manufacture of tobacco, the MacAndrewa Seven & Forbes Company organized try the Continental, having no competitor, ft GE No. 46 TOBACCO TRUST MUST GO Supreme Court Declares Unlawful Combination. DEFICIT IS WIPED Surplus Depos- $10,000 OUT V DAMAGE BY CLOUDBURST Millions it 1 v a. t of irecent nrosecution yours. The first was the Standard Because the testimony .taken Oil. extenIn the tobacco cass wa3 not so l. the sive as that la the Standard-Oiwere before the Supreme two cases s same Court for consideration at the time. to The attempt of the Governmet the tobacco corporation as dissolve law violating the Sherman anti-tru- st shape in 1907. wthat tfeara petook tition was tiled In the United States lfiiviitt Court at New York. The Gov Toernment asked that the American Company. Its offloers.uiracwra luhim pre- and affiliated corporations be .v....- vented and enjouieu monopolizing commerce in ing a i.- i- ited. It was also said that the defenmonopoly la the tin foil dants had .a business, the Conley Foil Company, WashlngtonvMay 29. For the first of which the Amjrlcan Tobacco Com- tlmo In the history of the service Decision Represents only a Ma pany held a majority ot the etiock, said, the deficit In the producing 75 per cent of the tin foil ltla Opinion of the jority Department has been entirely manufactured In this, country. Both wipe out and $7,000,000 surplus ton tb Court. the Ucdrioe and. the toll monopolies current fiscal dyear ending June 30 were fald to have jboen obtained In "next la ' In the (Ilreasury to the det' violation of the Shornian partment's credit Postmaster HitchWashington, May 29. The Supreme law. cock" last night signed a warrant reAnother phase of the litigation conCourt of the United States late toturning to the fferotarcy of the Treaspeti"tobacco cerned the foreign trade. The day decided the ury $3,000,000, .the last amount set Totrust::, case In favor of the Govern- tion charged that tho American apart from the public funds to asdotendant bacco Company had ontened Into con sist in defraying the expenses ot the ment It holds that the Imperial Tobacco Com corporations are a combination In tracts with the present fbcal "District Trust," postal senvlces for tho Sher- pany the year. restraint of 'trade under the Its law. The decision re whereby, the latter should limit man Reforms In the financial system, . court, Its activities to Great Britain except presents only a majority of the it is stated, have made the purchase of a certain dissolution of Unaff- A3 to tho , who order the of leaf In America and the iliated companies and enjoins the amount should limit lta .business to An accounting plan whtoh was adopt former ed about a year ago, Insures the further monopolization of commerce United State3. .It was alleged Immediately for distobacco, The opinion was" rwd by the In organized tho prompt deposit that, the two "trusts" vioOhfSif Justice White and in it a thu3 makbursement in Tobacco Company to lation of Sections 1 and 2 of tho take over the oxport business of both ing available for use by the Department several millions of Hhnrmin law Is declared. and divide the world between them. Tho American tobacco corporations dollars that under the former practice The3e contracts were made In Great UnWntv made the target of the secoiwi would bo tied up in ce issatd. " Fiscal Year For Liicoln County Suffers Worst ': Storm in History Wear Stanford. i anti-trus- anti-tru- st British-America- ir.i:ti" Britain. . organized ican Tobacco Company war over, the bus Tim new 'company took ' iness of five Independent cigarette .concerns. Tobacco 1898 the Continental Tn tnoornorated to take ,w,.,n W5 ,r hA nlue tobacco .business of thrt African' fTdbacco Company and that of five independent plug manufac monopolies The restraints and the ail oeM bv the Government were sum n liave been obtained by an intricate It .r.nr.nrnfi organization. when the first AmerUegan In 1890. .t turers. f I V ComIn 1900 the Amorlcan Snuff Incorporated to take over pany was .the Bnutr business of tho American Tobacco Company, of the Continental Tobacco ompany, and of two other Independent manufacturers. In 1901 thelAtmerlcan Cigar Company was Incorporated to take over tne dus wwn- iness of the American Tobacco nany anu ouier uauu.wiiw" sto- sellers of cigars, choroots and si-- .? t American Tobacco Company and the Continental Tobacco Company. Stogte ComIn 1903 the American incorporated to take over pany was the stoglo business of the American ToCigar Company, tho American Company, fcnd tho Continental bacco Tobacco Company. all The Government claimed tht with those organizations were created comthe definite purpose to destroy petition and that they accomplished Each step was atthat purpose. plan, as a part of an unlawful tacked and progress was whose development .ri.niuil." it iwas changed, by duress, oppression, and unfair mothoda Intend ed U drlvo out ana ween vm w...-tltoami swuro monopolies. rrtw defeadants claimed that lefore War to be found in the organisa- Men ia Gray the get Diploma; tion of these corporations but deyel- orderly, natural and legitimate Durham, N. C.t May 30. Wehty- They great bwrinsw. wH)Dwt ot a soldtws, iwho eight prophad been feakl the acquisition to restrain were stadeat at the Unlveralty ot no Intents er North Carolina and left their books t trad or towkhwHw ,Qa had prop" up, af ma at the 'beginning ot ike eorporatioM. ed Dm oKXUljn ot Mt ttvlj 'Wf.. te4y teoetyed. ttak- a&UUoa, tt vww in, as bMluterg' of arts. - Tie fe- tWAuwrtoaa Totw Coawwjr sdwal of tfca long deterred u ol itfat oeodaMa.yW'Mi a1 WW Bto mortal'- - Mt of Mis. Noh' Oarollwi la tall legislature. h was aAto domlaloa ta w noth-Ingrwaa the Consolidated in the same 'Tobacco Company twas incorporated to take aver In exchange for its wnus eubBUntTally all of tho stock of the ' The Circuit Court found that there existed and ristralnt of commerce, but said nothing about the charges of monopolizing. In its decree the court dismissed the petition as to the Im Company and the British perial Company, and from tha American feature ot the decree the , Government appealed "to the SupremCe ourt It dismissed the petition as to the United Cigar Stores Company and from this, too. the Government apy pealed, yr The Circuit Court decreed that the American Tobacco Company, the Amer lean Snutt Company, the Amorlcan Igar Company," the American Stogie Company and MacAndnaws & F6rbes Company were unlawful combinations and restrained them from engaging In Intierestate or foreign commerce. From this, (the defendants appealed to the Supreme Court. So did the GovThe Governmnt objected ernment because the only Foil Company and the Individual defendants, headed by James B. Duke were not made parties to the conspiracy to restrain and because all were not held to be attempting to monopolize. The Circuit Court decreed .that tho American Tobacco Company, the Amer lean Snuff ompany the American Cigar Company, P. Lorrlllard Company, Company, R. J .Reynolds Tobacco Tobacco ComBlackwell's Durham pany and the Conley Foil Company hold shares Jn specified corporations and enjoined them exqulring the plan or business or voting tho shares over tho "subsidiary" companies and enjoined the "subsidiary" companies frci permitting. Both the defendants and the Government appealed. Tho latter objected principally because the Imperial Tobacco Company, the British American Tobacco Company and the United Cigar Stores Company were not Inclu ded among the "subsidiary" companies and because the holding companies wre not prohibited from collecting dividends from the "subsidiary" companies. The appeals wero argued before the Supreme Court, first In January 1910 and the second time in January, 1911 Prominent attorneys appeared. For Attorney General the Government Wlckersham and his special assistant, J. C. McReynolds, addressed tho court For the American Tobacco Companies there appeared John G. Johnson, ot Philadelphia; DatLancey Nlcoll and Junjus Parker, ot Neiw York; while WJlUam B. Hornblower, ot New York argued tor tljo Imperial Tobacco Company, and Sol M. Strock. of New York, for the United Cigar Stores Company. W tht tk dy-gre- w V0" Cir gF4a-Ua.Uottos.,wa,- lu 'f J' Stanford, Ky May 30. A cloud burst which It Is estimated did. more thanr $10,000 damage vlslUd Post-offithis countylate last night, when a section aboutV-- f Ive miles long and one-ha- lf mlle'ylde was swept clean by hallatfi rain. The territory affected is about six miles from Stanford and tha heav iest .losers were Adam Carpenter, w. D. Hanson, Ira Moser and Gooirge Gaddls. A" btrdgo on the Moroland pike was, swept away and the rain came down In such gust3 that thousands ot dollars' wortli truck and other- - veg nation was washed away without a chance of salvagn. Inthe devastated"! region thers are hundreds ot yards of fencing missing, troes are laid low, gardens are1 wash- ed,.away and great stones, weighing morethan a hundred pounds, are deposited In the fields having been .washFos'-offlced down from the hills. The storm was the worst ever know In tils section of the country, and der the old system it requred approxl the section over which It .passed has mately $10,000,000 to finance tho pos- lostthousands ot dollars. tal service. .Design New Battleship. In making the refund to the TreasWashington, May., 29. Tho naval ury Mr Hitchcock said he imas satis-fle- d the postal revenues would be experts have decided upon the designs more taaa sufficient to dotray the for the great battleship provided for postal expenses auring tne remaraaer by tho la3t Congress. They are to carry ten, fourteen-lnc- h of the fiscal year and that July 1 guns which can fire a broadside of would show a surplus considerable 15,000 .pounds weight of shell. The over $1,000,000. guns ' are to be arranged In four turrets, .two of which will contain three Decoration Day Services. guns each and two of thomj.wo guns decoration day (ServicThe annual This Is a unique arrangement es of Preston Morton Post were ob- each. Tuesday The battli'ships are to have a speed served a No Greek, last knots. of about twenty and one-ha- lf Owilng. 5 busy tlm.fs.wWltUe J&rmr Osrlngtothe recent demonstrations ers the attendance was not large out twelve-Inc- h guns can do the was made up of persons who really ot.what armor plates of the new ships will bo desired t observe the day and who There Is inohts. were imbued with patriotic motives. Increased three nothing In contemplation just now by Tho address was delivered by Rev. any foreign government which apC. C. Hall, of Vandalla, 111., and proaches the colossal strength of was the most eloquent efifort ever ships. County. Those who the proposed. American heard In Ohio did not attend missed a very rare Birthday Surprise. C. A. R. in Georgia and North Carotreat. Rev. Crane also took part In Marriage License. f lina and the Women's Relief Corps. On last Sunday the Relatives and services and- the No Creek choir tho Joa L3i3ure,22, to May Surgnar, 1; Flowers and flags were placed oil friends of Mr. O. R. Tinsley gatherfurnished splendid and appropriate mu to.' both of MoHenry. each of the 13,722 graves. Mrs. Isbel near sic At the close, the soldier's graves ed at his home sixty Washington tilmj Ray Cook, 20, Arnold, Ky., to Ad-d- Worrell Ball, of Washington, D.-- C and gave the number of at the nearest points were decoratFlnley, 1C Balzotown. made the principal address. A tab- an asreeablo surprise, by an all day! ed. D. L. Fisher, 25, to Fannie Carnes, lot to tho patriotic work of the worn- visit and a suiuptlous dinner. The .. n 20, both of McHenry. 'am n,n ill n, tLtonn TJn.V day was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Digs Up Peace 'Pipe. i F. E. Mclnifov. 23, to Edna D. CarExercises were held In thi National up ot relatives of Mr. 30. Whillo being made Earington. Ky May ter, 20, hoth of Render. Married at Cemetery at Marrletta, Ga., near plowing In his field near here, Wll Tinsley, his wife, and nelghbora. It County Judge Wedding, . here. At Mobile a big dek'gation of llam Rook plowed up an Indian peace was Mr. Tlnsley's 44th aunlversary. Jo3so Jewell, 19 Moorman, Ky., to Confederate veterans helped their pipe with a stem about eleven inches Myrtle Miller, 10 Hartford, married e decorating tho enemies in Fiscal Court Will Assist. pipe was nude of sandlong. Tho vir.dnesday evenlnc at tho home ot ' mounds. Somerset, Ky.. May 30. Tlu fiscal the brld stone and weighs two and one-ha- lt parents, Rev. Virgil Eight pounds. The pipe Is almost in perfec court passed a resolution," appropri- officiating. ' OLD VETERANS MARCH. ating $1,000 a mile to assist in the m condition. Chicago, May 30. Veterans of uho m building of pikes in Pulaski county. Delivery of Wool. Grand Army of the Republic, 1,000 K. of P. Session Closes. This amout will be given with qhe We are requested toi announce that strong marched In what may the understating that the citizens raise all pooled wool In of Tho annual convention this county be tho last Memorial day parade In Kulghts of Pythias of the Fifth dis a sltnlliar amonut The court also to be delivered at Beaver Dam Chicago in which they will Join. trict of Kentucky, oamo to a close authorized the county judge to borrow on June 8 and 9. All members of Many ot the old soldiers wero lo Friday night at Owensboro after a $30,000 to aid In this work. It is ex- the Wool Growers Association are urg to stand the strain ot marching; session remarkable for Its enthuslastr, pected that at least 10 mll&j of plke ed to deliver liielr wool on these and occupied automobiles. splendid fraternal spirit a'ud excellent will be built this year. dates. The ranks were revluwed by Gav. work accomplished. Deueen and iMayor Harrison. Col Lew-- Is Skipped With Wife's Castu Tfcls convention gave ample opporAmong the Churches. B, Ind was marshal of the day. Cincinnati, 0., May 30. After 'betunity to mark the high plane upon BAPTIST CHURCH. Eighty-si- x cemeteries were visited by Pythias of ing held In the Grandvlew Sanitarium which tho Knights of J. W. Bruner, Paator. detachments of the G. A. R. and full on Price Hill, since Sunday, Mrs. Kentucky iwork and live. The On account of the dedication of tho graves of Union soldiers decorated and enthusiastic reports made by the Elizabeth Young Atkins, a bride of new churoh at Concord next Sunday The graves of the Confederate dead yesterday there will be no morning preaching. various lodges ot the district, the rich four days, was released In Oakwood cemetery iwiero also decotone ot hopefulness and prospect ex- and last night started for her home I Ilegular preaching services Sunday rated. aunt, evening. pressed in general council; the splen- Lexington, accompaued by her did personnel of tho entire body, em- Mrs. Bizabeth Baxter ot NlcholasvlUa Tho dedication sermon at Concord EXERCISES BY CHILDREN. phasized by its high intelligence, fra- Ky., and her cousin, Irene B. Strove will be preached by RoV. Brunor, His New Haven, Conn., May 30. ternal and patriotic ferver, indicate ot Lexington. Her husband has dis- thane will be, "The Value of Bapot Memorial day throughthe purpose and standing ot tills or appeared.' Uast Friday 'Elizabeth tist Churches." The music will be out Connecticut .was notable der throughout our state. Thero were. Young was married to Peter Atkins, In charge of the Clear Run choir, for the largo part taken tn the exptvsnt In this convention Past Su- at Lexington. Atkins Is a piano mak- and an all day service will be hold ercises by school children. As tho premo Chancellor W. W. Blackwell, er from Chicago, whom .Miss Young and dinner served on the ground. ranks of the Civil War veterans thlu ' Past Grand Chancellor 0. II. Pollard, met at Milwaukee when she was spendout and the survivors become more; FdRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Grand' Keeper of Records and Seal ing a few) weeks there last summer. and more feeble the burden of the cel W. B. Wright, Pastor. W. Canter, and other knights of They wont to Nioholasvtlle, where J. Preaching nvory Fourth Sunday ebration of the day is being borne by they aoUfied Mrs. Baxter, who had high rank and standing. khe ohiklren ot the public schools. At the dosing a Ion on Friday raised the young iwoman from a child morning and evening. The moat notable feature of ther every Sunday at Bible School evening by special dispensation, the Saturday they came to this city and programme in ConnecUcut cities was Ofack team ot Star lodge oonferred stopped at the Burckliauser Hotel, 9:30 a. m. Communion ssrvlces at 10:30 a. m. the dedication iu Bridgeport of a the rank of page upon a class of 21 Third and Central avenue. Screams In iPrayer meeting evory Wednesday memorial to Abraham Lincoln, This work was enthu coming from the Atkins apartments oandldates. evening at 8 o'clock Instead ot Fri commemoration ot his visit to that 250 late Saturday night caused an invesby the siastically applauded city lu 1860. knights present, exumpHfylatt as it tigation aad the young bride was day as hotvtofore. does o beautifully, the ever fresh found In U hysterical condition. An elegant Dinner Sot Prostrated By Heat. To the police Atkins said that his or a handsome aad undying .virtue ot true friend Chamber Set EvansvUle, Ind., May 30. Arthur-H- . ship. Aftr Wie conference of this wito had Imagined that there was a oaoh worth $6 will given be Shor, clerk for the Standard. Oil rank tee visiting Knights and pages burglar la the room and her (right away'freo hy tho Ohio County Drug company was prostrated by tha heat hysterical. All efforts Co. Saws your tlakets on small pur- yesterday, while oouaUsg wr slvwi a soetal hour, for refresh- - had mad .barroU iu meats and frsAPttl cheer, In which to calm hir wre futile, however, and chases. Whoa you get a dollar's tho cowpaay's yard here. He wuy hospitality she iwm Wt to the City Hospital. worth, you got a guess tree at these die. Tere have been Wwy eajeyt! the. WustKul aunierous prosSunday husband took her from' valuable prize. Try your luck. 40tt. trations of Qwwwfeofo. Star few during tfc past 3 hour. to-darefund-possiblene To-daypost-office- s, e post-office- s. A. to-dN ea ie 1 mm one-tim- thene and placed her In the Grandvlew Sanitarium. Then ho sent the follow- WIDE OBSERVANCE ing telegram to Samuel Cnssady, liveryman at Lexington: "Elizabeth lost OF MEMORIAL DAY her mind last night She is at Grand-vieSanltairum. Sond word to her retitlvea at once to come down." ly Mrs. Baxter-founMrs. Atkins of Veterans and Pasane, but suffering from hur experiencu, he said that her contriotic Exercises. dition or hy&tela was not due to a fright by a supposed burglar, but to treatment to which her husband had subjected hor. She declared that he Former President Makes Address had Induoed her to take a number ot Before Audience at Grant's drinks," and had given her drinks that she had never heard of. Sho also deTomb. clared that her husband had taikon the money she had about $110, together with all hr Jewelry and she Nijm York, May 30. Parades of vet had no Idea where ho was. The aunt to eraHa In both Manhattan nud Brookunable and cousin hod also locate Atkins, and 'when the police lyn and patriotic exercises in variwere asked to do so they also failed. ous parts ot the city marked tihe observance of Mtsnorial day In Ne-Coney Island Burns. York. Theodore Roosevelt is schedConey Island, N. Y., May 27. Fire, uled to deliver an address at thj starting either from crossed wlr-j- a or memorial exercises held at Grant's' ate the heard Tomb on Riverside Drive this after- a cigarette stump, y out ot Coney Islands, the finest and noon. Gov. DIx reviews the G. A. mo3t expensive amusement resort of R. parade in Brooklyn and this evening .will preside at a patriotic moat the world. ing in CarnegKj' Hall. I033 will exceed $3,000,000 The 's events opened with the animals were either burned fltth annual parade ot ftork horses to death or killed, and the llve3 of thousands of people wero endangered up Fifth avenue, nearly 1,000 of tho-'Wihen the care-take-rs opened the picklng In line. 20,000 Nearly veterans, national cages liberating the lions, tigers and leopards who were maddened by their guardsmen, United States marines and members ot various serai-mill- -' burns. Many animals were shot down in tary and civic organizations formed the streets by the firemen. Sixty for the parade this morning in Manbabies from the baby Incubators were hattan. The procession was reviewed wrapped In cotton and taken to the by MaJ. Gen. Daniel E. Sickle A meeting in memory of the late hospitals, where It 13 said they will Tom L. Johnson once 'Mayor of Cleve"live. all land, will be held this evening in The thrte huge towers 'were Hipon Bonavlta fell uncon- the hall of the Society for Ethical scious from smoke while trylnS to Culture under the auspleies of Single Tax organizations. Congressman rescue his lion, but was saved. Henry George, Jr., will be one of tha uraauaie irom Law acnooi. Lspeakiers at the latter memorial. Thu Two more Hartford boya have made day opened warm and fair. good, and thl3 week Hon. Otto C. MarBLUE AND GRAY JOIN. fan and Hon. McDcwell-Fogle will J Atlanta, Ga., May 30. The Bluo be graduated from the law depart- And the Gray In many cities and vil ment of Kentucky State University. lages of tlie far South Joined Both of the young men are graJu to honor the memory of Union soltee of Hartford College and Mr. diers who wore kllltd and buried on Fogle Is also a graduate from George-townDixie battlefields. College. They are especially One of the principal events took cho-s-talent jd aloEig the line? of their place at Andersonvllle, Ga., whevr profession, and Hartford Is proud exercises were held at the National ' of them. Cemetery under the auspices of the w per-feot- Parade " " m to-d- uil-ab- to-d- ay ce ce ar lcd, W . EUS artert SWEETIEAIT IN JEALIUS Cebb, of er saitfl, AM a4, last the oloV para earry caH-dre- a. IA6E aad silk fla IHiMG. V JaaH fimMed by lred y '. m- - ts ? Vi'. 3 .t & ."At If :M e'eteek to a bsajhall hs HopkiasriHe, JCy., Follows (Hrl How aid Shoots Met'. Hepkiawvllle. Ky., May 22. Beaue bis lew wu BOt returned is believed to be the reason (or the shooting o( Mlas HHa Cravens, an early to-d1aMeen-year-ol- d Herbert girl by Cobb Cofeb, aged abort tweaty-flrbeen paying attention to the girl had we time, and It Is reported he declared several days ago that K be no on-- should. coelda't starry night be took a jtlSol belongLast ing U hla cousin, Walter CobV, hired a horse and baggy aod want to her boss .about a mile north of ixfrn. The girl worked In a store here and &d not roach home until Just before midnight, preceding Cobb only a few asinates. When Cobb enteral the bouse other members of the family wore In the room, but they soon retired, laying the couple together. ill was only a few minutes until sev eral shots rang out, and wk-- n the family entered ins room the girl was lying 6ad in the floor with four ballet holes in her body. Cobb had escaped. His bat was found hi the yard and the horse and buggy were standing at tho gate. Cobb was arreteed sonw hours later at the homo of a relative by Sheriff Johnson. He bod fired one shot at himself which made a flesh wound on bis breast. He was brought here and placed in jail but has acted strangely over nlne and has refused to make any statement except to admit the the killing. He was dissolute and la add to have been drinking last night. The girt was the daughter of John Cra-reand was wlddy known. af e- br ? bns-Axa- of fnwi the ast' d H strat. Bash terwa is ebeVl by as Its era 'fallowera .with tin aad boras. eomeB a bM-sa"After lMoks IMiroM tbe yosngstocs of the str a4 a teia of 9aa)l bey from the street, aad after Uto t sports Uirf chlldrea, incladlsc twaty-Hr-yar- d for g a daes for all for ths slrla, a shoe oootst race, raos for tho boys and a with prtz for the twe bast la each coatest. "Tbea tho fathers oad mothers hare prfak) contests of throwing the ranalng a potato raoe, fjrk wt tW i4m Wt-e-d ' a f 4 A. at To mike your a3. ropa-ay-In- raat reasonaMe. i a financial success yau want t nave ine larjcsi -, r..-.- -. ance possiDie. 10 gci a large aiicuuutc ,iu 'CMcuiiwk to tttrn, CIRCULARS and POSTERS that will attractattention. We are prepared oit this kind of printing:, just the kind you want, when you want it, at prices Am. Notice to Pic-nJpic-ni- Lc c Manager .. 4 4 AA. ,-- ut "i - Let us figure with you on yottr Bills and Printing: of all kinis. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, PtlrtTEISlTHAT SATISFY. HARTFORD. KENTUCKY. "in the evening are the btU Hunand dreds of Jap anew lanters aro bun; oa cords, prertossly prepared, up and down the streets, from trv to trtt and to the porcb, and each houw is decorated rrlth many bean-tlfbani-concort. loHag tho beaa-ba- g, tele. ul as Chliaron Cry CASTORIA Under Advisement. A Chicago lawyer tells of a newly elected squire in Minnesota, who was much elated by his honors, but not quite sure that he could sustain them graceful If. So for some trove previous to hla assumption of the office, h hung about the courts to a Up now and then as to legal procedure. One phrase struck him vjartlcnlarjy, and it wa3 not long before he had an opportunity to utilize FOR FLETCHER'S gt It. When, setting 4n judgment on his wa3 all In and tbe arguments made. His Honor cleared hia throat and delivered of the following: "The court takes this cae under advisement until noxtThurday morning when It will render a verdict In Favor of the defendant." June him-&t's first case, the testimony At A Strange Story. Argyie, Mich. Mrs. Wm, II. Carson 5n. a letter from Argyie, "I was ahnoet mJld wKh pain In my head, an other severo pains from womanly trou him. After uaiog Cardul, I obtained great relief. Farther use of Cardul raided mo from my bd ef agony. Cardul saved my Ufa whoa nothing cine would help mo". whetlvr rlowdy alck, or aUnpJy alliixg, take l4Cardul, the woman's tonic pain, regulate irrogularltlos, builds weak, nervous woman back to health. Ask your druggist about aj; sr - U- - ' E-2- 1 Arc yoif Preparing to Save Lives on July Fourth. description of a number of "sate and cane" Fourth of July celebrations that actually too place lost year In. the June 'Woman Home Com Thuse djsorlptlons are full ixnton. x valuable suggobdons for fathers aid mothers who woukL like to hav on their children enjoy theai3lv tit, Fourth thin yuar without running fao risk of losing logs, arms and WM. Tbe following paragraphs show wilt thay have been doing oa sue f tho streets of Hartijrd, Conn., for A,, ap-py- ar tea. years: vi. '."Tie josIdeatB of Hartford, Connecticut, have for ahoatitea years celebrated tho Fourth at July In a sate and san way. TSr aro tome seventy-flv- o fanull&s ea'tae block, which Is about a quar-fiof a Julia la lougtli. A oommltteo & choeeo and ach family is aaked for Vbout one hua-dr- d t small donation. and fifty dollars la raised, nviilca for everything. Th firU ovnt oi tiw program, at S;30 o'clock, U tho children's parado, lUaded by tk Bowuet baby, pughud Of hl proud father; next come the babies In elaborately decorated MrrWs, followed by tho UUleglrW Mk pushing lior doll's carriage; boys lu ladias or sol- sKt.th ' ' Av-tiao, er fy itkc sall as in ancient Moms, form more nearly to the laws of fltot, and no:-humanity. These conditions have much depends on ter eaergy, hor not becauso of men's hoantloss- - unselfishness, her purity and her true Blind Dizzy Spells. ANCIENT AND MODERN KNIGHTHOOD. neas but because of tholr careloasnese; womanhood In- laying this new Knight Wilmington, N. 0. Mrs. Cora By FRONIA ELIZABETH KING. their Ignorance of tho poverty of the hood. Hsme, with its sweet Influwrites from thte place: "I wage earners caused by the mere ences, pure 'atmosphere and lofty asClass '11, Hartford College asjd to have blind dizzy speila, and pittance paid for their labor; of the pirations is the foundation, upon spoils went all oror me. wiik cold unsanitary conditions in the. homes which together with uprightness,, hon- -. Different doctors could not eiTHie provided for their families and the esty, courase and true nobility tho what was wrong. After taking Cardul Originally a Knight was a military Knighthood i)rang up to defend the impurity of the food which is within modern Knight must stand. I am all right and In better health New Knighthood must have no than for 10 yara." Cardul 13 a reme- attendant, a chivalrous youth. Among Holy land, Knight Hospitalers, form- tholr means of procuring. ancestors, Philanthropists' aro arousing tho pomp or vain glory for Its aiin; it thV irord ed to care for sick pilgrims .Knights dy for womoa which has boon iml our war-liaT young Templars to enclose the ancient Temrich and indifferent to tho orylng must,eare for its poor, recognize tho by woman for nearly a Hfatime- - It was particularly applied to was admitted to the ple of Jerusalem, and the Teutonic needs of the poor; to the crime of brotherhood of man; the dignity and prereats th unneooeeary psins of fe- man aftor he were Monks who remained Intemperance; to the endowing of glory of serrioe. j Knights This Knighthood male groubloa, such as hoadache, baok-ach- e, prirllsge of 'bearing arms. The continued schools and colleges; the rescue of must be the ideal of Christian teachcrusades The to this prlrlloge was a cere- there. dlzzlnatB, dragging down, feelmony of great Importance and was throughout the twelfth and thir- the wayward; to the" shame of child ing. ings, jc Try It. the origin of the institution or knight teenth Centuries. The Knights were labor. Hon .mast be taught tholr duty to hobd. Heaoe In feuda tlmeJ aKn.ght defeated and Jerusalem lost Not in vain did Mrs. Browning plead the world as "well as its debt to Fitting Procedure. a man admitted to military rank When louls IX of France and Ed- for the cause of the children: them. If yoa want money, go to atraag-er- wa3 by a csrtaln cjremony. Thla prlrl-leg- e ward I of England at the head of a "Do you hoar the children weeping Education .must be directed to elimgo to friends If you want advloe, was conferred on youths of fam- great army of Knights set out for inating selfishness Instead of develOh! My brothers, If you want nothing go to ily and fortune and from lt sprang the Holy Land to make one more at- Ere the sorrow comes with years? oping it and providing It with weaJune LIpplncott's the honorable title of Knight 4n mod- tempt to wrest the sacred sepulchre Well may they woap before you pons. "Ws must turn tbe courage from the hands of the Heathen, it They are weary, ere they eun ern usaje. of youth from the toil of Iwor to tho "Ma Can't Vote." Tbs Knightly system of" feudal was the last crusade. toll of mercy; their lntelleot form They haro never seen the sunshine, Baffled and defeated .Edward alone The net reault of the campaign ttoe3 was marked by the championdispute to tho dlscerntoent of things nor the glory. for woman's suffrage la 4htj country ship of women, love of display and was borne, wounded and helpleas, froi Which U brighter than the sun. and their Knighthood from the haa been the prM)ntatloa to legisla- Knightly honors. It was prior; to the the field, by the remnant of his feof adventure to the fidelity of While thee conditions are being i tures of more than twenty blll3 for tima3 0f thecni3ado3 and during their ver stricken army. a Knightly power." Improved they are not wholly greatest atrngth that it attained to It was a final manifestation of a iual 3uffragrj. Foar ljjrWatureS When we have attained this end for antagonistic forces also spirit which had dominated Europe aro on the Oalifornla, Oregon, Kansis and Nevada Its advanced stage of deV3lopment. alert In the world's mad there need be no fear for the future- hara puaod the3 bills with reThe dominating characteristics of th . fire hundred years and had driven strife for gain and power. Tho mod- Right will prevail and ithe brother ferendum prorlsiona, and it Is now age of Knighthood or chVvairy, In- countless thousands across Europe to ern Knight then must be well equip- hood of man be the dominating keyfor the pple to decide on their ul- cluded thlrt for glory, 'lbve!J5f ad- the EisV to meet death by famine, ped for the conflict In which , he Is note of coming ages. spirit, andla loftJ' fever or the sworf. timate fate. It 1h now Un fifth time venture, a ,war-llk- e engaged. The ancient Knight oa goNo one can fall to see wherein the ing that tlw poople of Oregon hare bsen devotion of the female sex. ., " forth had hie armor No fetoe pretense, has manked tho asked to extend the suffrage. They weakness of Chivalry lay; Its gentle- buckled on by his lady's From the ninth-t- o the 'uweweh hand which career Ely's defoated r a Knights was .iaav(4iRc3W ness and its ..toroclty;, its Perforjn-nao- e was not a mere caprice of romantic entirely ofharmkies,Cream Balm.. Being tha I3g; it-not responsiIs supeWorlarjoTfewas of far off duties and neglect of fashion. He fought lands in fee from a Islatuw had assented. for her honor; ble like the catarrh snuffs and powCalifornia paad th bill with thj biund to render him military ser- thoe near at "liand. We can see.too her favor; her seiurity. This Is the ders for ailnds shattered by ooeaiao. greatest proportion of ay-jAlso, vice. A young man attaining the age its moral grandeur and the fact that Vpo of an eternal truth. . The great virtue of Ely's Cram Balm iL is believed by Buffragkts that Cali of responsibility who inherited estates beneath its many errors lay humano "Tho souls armor Is never well set Is that it speodlly and completely fornia will be th next state to was ptedged to discharge them hon principles. to th heart, unless a woman's hand overcomes nasal catarrh and hay fegive wom.?n the f ranch is, siy3 th- - orably In a ceremony of great splen"The spirit of chivalry as a part has braced It; and it Is only when ver. Back of this statement Is the National Poat. The for woman dor. The church added solemnity to of the world's blind striving after she braces It loosely that the honor testimony of thousands and a reputa suffrag-grown Hju ceremony and made the investiha3 In tie Ideal and the Knight without fear of mankind falls." tion of many years' success. All that state during the year, and since ture of a youthful Knight an. Inf; and without reproach was an Image Woman then, has great lntluence druglsts 60c., or mailed by Ely-- Bros., tho legislature has paswl tho bill posing religious eea't, pvlaclng before of Chri3t." In equipping her Knight for the con-- 1 56 Warren Street, New York. tho woman's Suffrage party has been him a high moral and religious Ideal Jit was an awakening to the real active. The which havs been to' which he was exhorted to aspire meaning of life, that to attain a pure published Instead of following the He- wa3 Implored to hav mercy for character, to live a stainless life, usual serious argument, afts humor- vanndlsUed foes, purity in youthful to fight for the weak and to reous and with chjr-f- ul religions, and high regard for the lieve the oppressed, fulfills the real tltle3, su3h a3 "Jla Can't Vote." Christian church. Notwithstanding meaning of existence. We are under many obligations to after the fashion of the ihese lastnwtlons Knighthood was West. often accompanied by cruelty andtim-purit- our ancestors for the filendship of Jn oountlog up the vote3otthe vaalthough the fait oJebrated Knighthood, every day wa see examcalls your attention to a comparative statement rious states it is Interesting to mote and the church ooun3ul the moral ples of Knighthood which have been carried down to present generations. that MasjaohutHtts, tho cradle of suf- elevation of the true Knight. of his bank as of March 7, 1911, made to the frage, the birthplace formerly of all it may be said 'that the age of We greatly admire the brav and y progpssive movements, L the chivalry served a useful parpode in courteous Knight, hla politeness to comptroller of tho currency, and of same date maiklng soctety braver, purr, more the fair sex, his great respect for mot reactionary. compassionate and that it gave to woman kind. 1910, whioh shows an increase of more tkan thje vlrtuw hljh rank, the effects In time of confllat we soe the of which aro still manifested in modern worthy Knight on th battleffold graceful and dignified, fighting with soolety. ' During the middle ages the ;terror all his might for what his conscience' of the herwafter weighed with more tells him Is right, determined to twin force upon mankind than It doe3 to- the battle at a.11 hazards, pushing i March 7, 1919. nKk 7, 1911. day. Tho unenlightened mind be- onward to tho thickest of fight and RESOURCES. RESOURCE. lieved in peaitontlal acts to avert having no Inclination nor deslro to Loans and Discounts....! 751.703.71 Loans and Discounts ..$837,937.34 dlvlna wrath and In the miracle work shirk his duty. fT.O Take Overdrafts 610.39 Overdrafts 7W.92 Ing virtue of objects oonnectod wl?h We commend the honorable Knight U. S. Bonds and .Pre- U( S. Bonds aad rSo for his chivalry, ever daring, to do the Pw of Christ. the life and mlumfl 131,146.53 Pain Pill, Qtass 23195.91 many pllgrlmagos 'wor made to th right at all times and under all Banking House. Furnl- Baakthg House. Fup1- holy plaws of rPalwtine, which Wre ture and Fixtures .... 22,000.00 tore oad Fixture .. 20.000.00 Take now In the hands of tho heathen Hut this ancient chivalry has 9"- -1 ?09,850.0S Dash 80,B.90 Turks. The spirit of adventure and paewed away, Its pomp and dignity I Due from BSSSSSSSA d the hope of gain ran high among ffeUe hare perished with th Kings and R Easy. Ban Banks people of wfori Europe; and th ' that Inaugurated It. its aQd V. aad W. Wials an shattered; Its modV tendencies added to the foremost of ' S. Twos. 87.183.0- 3157.033.11 S. TreM. 97.981.4- 3178.150.33 thosght i all mlndji; that was,, to warfare hare ben suoceeded by simHiad-Of- f pler and more elective methods, Ms rescue Jerusalem from the ihuida of Jl.115,083.71 $1,263,702.58 tho Infidels. This resulted lu the alms and purposes aro now s;n t "AWLITlBe' LIABiLrWBB. First Orusads. Only the Knights ot havs been weak and childish. Havs Cpal Soak ., .. 250.000.00 Capital Stock NothSag b Better thaa $ agOAWOO we then nothing lot of tWs knightrank and henor were poruifitted to Surplus Fuad .. 2,600.0d Surplus Fund e.50000 In this und3rtaMng. Armed wltQ hood but Us name which represents Undivided Profits Dr. MUe' Anti-Pai- n Pills coats of mail ,swords, lance3, provid a sentimental dream? 7,916.23 Undivided PofKs 6M.6S Clreatetton 180.009.00 CiwOaMsa They CIt Relief without 23MM.OO This century has been called the DepQ8lte ed witii large sums of money 675,167,61 DpsUs Bd AftW-E- f fecU. 770 687.83 age of progress, it has indeed been bearing on lrtgh a crimson, .tt KaigUte and lords sot out for w a porlod of rapid advanoewat in "For four years I was subject 4 t1.US.B88.74 to almost constant headache. At Holy Land having vlwed to figk't ,w industry aad In knowledge; J1.368.7W.M times so severe I was unfitted the Infidels aud take tho land for it has also becm an age in which huofaj,bankfaiIure8 are caused by employes bor- for work. Through the advice of to tlwnw?hu. After many hardfcps manitarian Ideas have recslfrad much ofLerTpbyltrnt" of Wank's NONE a friend I was persuaded to try and hoavy' loss of livei Jerusalom'aa attention and bsea put late pracAnti-Pai- n Fills and Dr. Miles' takon and the vow of the Cruiadjjs tical application. Vet, there has ex-l- tl the result has been that I have many evils ogaiMt rafcieh tbe K' fulfilled. entirely eradicated my system of those continuous headaches that ModsrH Knight has charged with Ull-a- r Uut how little wore the teaoMjM ake tha Unlted followed a hard and continuous of Christ followed: How many Nation force. Modern etueades barebeea yoSJbaSrhome you raon8yr Py interest on time mental strain." O. L. RUssell. eu made wldowj, bow many child wagd against vice, la Ms ftrry forw. posits. Agt C. & N. W. Ry, Early, la. f loft fatherless. Graft and gmd ,w4tteh bare been DIRECTORS. Fr Sals by All Dru Mists. m t, After the successful termlnatloaf dewtaatlvr the peM Ileal and eommsr-ri25 Dsmi, 26 CsMs. JOHN TH.XTON.C. S. llftK, vmwW aro bavic tUe MILES MEDICAL CO., EHjbsrt, tint. tbe Flret Crusade the noxt wok Wilb, Dr Arvtawm Kirk. ' ww to organize and safeguardlft of paMlel'ty thrown upe the illicit wj'hol4 aud Mag f&reed to eaa- Ohrlstlaa Coaquejt. Throe f , s lanterns. A band of twenty-fi- r plec3 rend-ira fino program." ' ox-Ist- - ,- -' ke E-2- 3. -- a; eme-die- d; cea-tur- yi it.four-tlmaaaf&a- 3. fe-3ll- e - good-tempe- UNCLE SAM freo-heart- ed y, to-da- $150,000.00 In One Year y J No-bd- es ' To a Headache a-l- lst .... ad .... 84l-eu- de 99 Per United States National Bank rm; 'ulL' ? al sMi-ebMg- j.j. slSi' m'fiS'H' GR,H. . ordf IKv 0"VVB3IriaB03Fl.Of fc m VtSm i 4MMlMMMfaMMrfhfcilMNMMM LET US PRINT YOUR CARDS NOTE HEADS POST CARDS BLOTTERS- PROGRAMS ENVELOPES' BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS STATEMENT HEADS CIRCULARS BOOKLETS of ta they claim will be the free admWlon of Canadian farm pwd iKts. We beliee this to bo wholly a delusion, and that tho removal of the duties on these products mill not reduce In any material degree prices paid for them by the consumer of the cities Take for example milk. Tho duty on Canadian milk Is nuw 2 cents per gallon. It bos been shown by Investigations conducted by the U. S. Department of Agrlcullure.that on tho average the farmer in thlsi country gets for his milk 50 per cent. of the price paid by the consumer, the difference being absorbed by the mid- -' dleman, railway company, and retailer.. Suppose the duty of 2 cents P gallon on Canadian milk Is abolished? Does any one believe that the pcoV pie of the cities will get their milk 2 ocnts per gallon "less than the pres- rut to ent prjw? ' .SHIPPING TAGS LABELS STOCK FORMS ORDER BLANKS MORTGAGE BLANKS . u CATALOGUES DEED BLANKS Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable. Let Us Submit Estimate on Your Next Work. All Work Guaranteed. What is true, of milk Is true tlcally all other farm pioducts. I am told by State Master Godfey of tho New' York State Grange that In his section of tho state potatoes are now selling at 30 cents per barrel or less. York City potatoes are selling' In N nt from 80 cents to $1.00 per bushel to claim that at retail, it this great difference Is in any way due to tho tariff. After having proved to their own satisfaction that reciprocity will reduce the cost of living, the advocates of this proposition, particularly Wilson and Mr. James J. 'Hill turn around and assert that It will not in anyway decrease the profts of our farmers. Unfortunately for these distinguiehed gentlemen, tho facts are against them The mere Introduction of this bill has already forced down the price of wheat six or seven cents per bushel, owing to the existence in Canada of Immense stocks of wheat, which, if this bill ie enacted, can be rushed Into this country. It Is useless to tell us that reciprocity will not reduce the price of iwhat, wbtn the mere Introduction of this bHl has c Secretary-of-Agrloulturo should know better. Wo nre to trv notko trnt the formers art united on thin miction. and are determined that if duties on farm products aro reduced, the duties on rrmnnrrlur. mnct fnllnw. Itgwas foid long ngo by one of the greatest mn this country or tho World has ever produced Abraham Lincoln: nation can not long coBtrmie half slave and half free." Wavare here to declare Uint our Policy of tariff taxation can notMong continue high protection, to manufacturers and free trade for the farmers .and w - rosnro.ffnllv nrnfhnt .0..-..." . every principle of common Justice, fair uoanng, and equal rights to all ciaeb- ftR flllfl fi?dna ItmriTirla Mn " 4i- " ' farming industry be accorded the same protection that is given to nil other industries. all tko manufactured articles th7 buy" r taxl from 45 to to per cent? Tfcey hre; " . . -- J .... ol Tho Kind Toil Havo Alwnys Bought, nnd trhlcli lias been, in use for over 30 years, 1ms homo tho signature oC V All CoiHifcrfclts", rf Imitations and" hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health oC Infants and Children Expcrlcnco against Experiment. Just-ns-good"- &FMZZ vi fm auow no ono to accclvo you In this- - What is CASTORIA Oastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is ricasant. If; contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic btibstancc. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worm1 nnd allays Feverlshness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind. Colic. It relieves Teething Trouhlcs, cures Constipation nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Tricnd. . In 1S06 lightning Mllod only 169 people in this whole country. One's chancis of death by lightning are leSss""han two Jn a million. The chances of death by lightning are less than two In n million. The chancis cf death from liver, kidney or .stomach trouble is vaUly greater, but net if Electric Bitters be used, asj,Robert Had sen, of West Burlington,, la., proved. Four doctors gave him up after eight months of suffering from virulent liver trouble and yellow Jaundice. He was then completely cured by E'ectric Bitters. They're the best stomach, liver nerve and kidny remedy and blcod purifier on earth. Only 50c at nil druggists, m Lightning Kills Few. GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS The Kind You THC wvSiW In Use For Over CCNTUH COMMNT. TT MUHMV Me Always Bought STRICT. NCWVORKCFTV. An Observation. Birds in thtsir littlo , 30 Years. eats agree; They'd rather not fall Out, ou see. Harold Susman, in June Woman's Home Companion. ) THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 'F'inotrxts No, 22 Hartford, Ky. the subject. Ie it, or Is It not, a fact, that the cost NONE crops, of growing the great staple ALL; such as whdat, barley, oats and hay; of xalslng caitl?, horses and sheep; and of producing butter, Their ffgs, poultry, cheese, apples otc. is Insist greater In this country than In Canad Industry be Protected We affirm that such Is the fact, and would state in suport of our contention the further facts that CanaSo Long as Manufacturers Re- dian farm lands are much cheaper than on tills side of th boundary ceive Benefits of High line; that th wages paid farm labor In Canada are much lower than In Tariff. this country; that tho Canadian farmer buys hus manufactured articles cheaper because of lower tariff rates Statomont by Hon. N. J. Bachclder, on foreign goods; and that the farm Master National Grange, before Son- lands of Canada are chiefly virgin ata Committee on Fin&noe, February soil, requiting no fertilizers, while 21st, in opposition to Canadian Re- our lands have been cropped for many jvars, eo that wo must use annually ciprocity arraiigoment. twenty years ago the immen&i qualities of fertilizers. ' Moie than Does any one deny that the average National Grange adopted resolutions price of our farm lands is from two declaring that it was die posllton of to three times that, of Canadian lands the Ortfef that 60 long as protection Is It not a fact that hundreds of was to be the National policy, the thousands cf taimers In our Northfarmers must receive the same degree western state hae old their farms of protection on thbir prodjjots that and emigrated to Canada, because of naa given on manufactured articles. the great areas of cheap lands to This is the Grange position today and be had In that country? It Is notowe are here to protest against the rious that so many farmers havo left Canadian Reciprocity BUI, on the Iowa, whore land Is worth from $100.-0- 0 to $150.00 per acre, for the Canagroilnd that its effect will be to establish free trade ln farm products, dian Northwest, that the population wfclle continuing protecton to manu- of that great and fertile state Is now loss than It was ten years ago? facturers. We are kero as represenThe Btatemelts In regard to the oththe great agricultural intatives of dustry of the United Statas to Btate er conditions which show the cost of clearly that the farmers of the coun- production to be lower In Canada try will not submit to legislation that than in the United Status are equalso manifestly discriminates against ly capable of proof, so that there Is tineir Interests, and to assure you no escape from the conclusion that if that without exception the farmers protection Is to be afforded to any stand for the principle of "Protec- domestic industry because of thehlgo er cost of production In this country, tion for all or for none." iw '' I AeGd ikA, occupy your lime with agriculture, the greatest of all indusarguments to sbciw that this rectpro-oit- y tries which ie the very foundation welfare and Haeawure moane free trade in farn of this great nation's Canada ia the oBly country prosperity, fas clearly entitled to proproduct. from whiofa we have at pros tint any tection equal to the difference be"reason to fear competition, and It tween the cost of production 'at borne wa hayelrw lHiiortatin of Cana-di- and abroad. The two pilnclpal arguments put farm prodweta we will receive bo benslli wb&vw freai the tariff. fowarrd on 'behalf of tnls The rloHl of proteMen JaW down reojprocity proposition, are, first, that Ih the RiulllM.n party jlftttom et it will reduce the coo. of food stuffs 108 tfct tktf ta4 rates ehouW to the consumer;' awl seooad, that between th, eoet, It will not decrease the prices resolvequtl the abroad, ed by oar. famine for their products of pVoduotloH at boine tagttUu, with a rpsonafcle profit to Both ef these tateKeat can not bo Wth- AjBrieu lnduMiriea. We, are willing true, and K is our op4loa aukmJi ttu. inbela aiMfcttOH MS tO r oftkM are. TJi . r of la U n: M mm f the rttcijweeltx bill to the eltke have beea filW with gWw-t,b- e prowlwM of eiwi food BtMHterd fixed by tbie, the latwt ' PROTECTION FOR Nationaf Republican declaration on ORFOR Farmers that r-i.- iy g If r dtffe h'ad this effect to do it. And here let me point out that the Take Dr. King's New Life Pills on price of wheat has fallen 30 cents per tho first sign of constipation, bilbushel since a year ago. Has the-- l iousness or inactive bowels and preprice cf bread to the consumers of vent virulent Indigestion, Jaucdlce o our cities fallen 23 per cent.? You or gall stones. They regulate liver, know that it has not, and if as the stomach and bowels and build upour of health. Only 23c at all druglsts. ax result of reciprocity the price & .(INCORPORATED) Wheat is forced still, lower, it will not benefit the consumer, for flour HX4 is still taxed 50 cents per barrel. WILL WIRE YOUR flOUSE COST. It ie Impossible in the brief time allotted me to go Into details showBUCKBEPS BULBS SUCCEEDI ing how tho farmers will be injured SPECIAL OFFER: ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, rM4 to build New llntlnees. A1 by the provisions of this bill, but I ' trial wUl xaake tou a permanent cu' tonirr. 8&lUf bcticn ffn&r&iitd orvonr manwill take as an illustration the money refunded. HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME r Cmm( f1t4tfcMMCtolMBalbi!BttUn ufacture of cheese. In the State of wUl GU&& WllCtllUU hhtttHM A.ab4 tb rulowUf UyiUt utii Important i fivtdib. TtMltr Ilia-New York this is, a moat Intb. Bprtng Buow&kk, laU, PttBtefc IrU. BctlUi. FrfcruU. OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD Buhmuiu. BaowCroo. Ctoiti CtlotodM. AtmM. bffo4ti. f PmU branch of. agriculture, the total pro Vnitud It NtnlMUJ. Dutla Tulln. fartot TW1. MUKllUI. I 1WII 2H11B. VSBOa. inni. Ua X duction being about 125,000,000 pounds I BE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN GUABANTD TO FLEAM? Write tO'day with the tariff of 6 cents per pound Mention tbt i servo 20 CENTS our dairymen are just able to make a REACH. f Ps W ad (Wkt&f nd rwif ttH lalwbW tvlWtloM r SUM rMlttia, lOgffM WllB JIIOHtlM, jDttnWtlT, living proft, and most of them have I IMtuuniiDnsusuariuiMH. J Wfitum ui tut IM ttM nmuM oi mmu. vum iiuii. only existed because they havo been i in CommmorUOB r ecBttiwvi, noowtfal tutsMt t f flt VHI JMWM taking more and more each year from I jtitrmutanrMa ivirpWdud. IWTI 1UB UK I'Uimiea iumil oonivcadtt iuim f . im naiRMCMiiwsrvi qanr. the fertility of their scjl. The Canadian 1SC8 BTICKIEE BT. iH. W. Buckbsa Eocirow), nx. cheese producer has cheaper land, sheaper labor, cheapers upplles, cheaper machinery, cheaper feed for cows, a The Province and a l'icher soli. Just across from New Yo k exported in l!Wi), 104,000,000 pounds of cheese. How could our cheeGei makers compete with those of Ontario, when the later havet so clear an advantage For All Diseasea of In the cost of production? But we are told that while it Is true that this bill deprives the farQuick Relief and Care for Head The beat tonic. Curative mer of the vry moderate protection, Medicine for these dta ache, BacKache, DIzzlnesa, & averaging less than 23 per cent, now IndlgeMlon, Malaria, etc. eases. 50c. Guaranteed given him by our tariff laws, he receives compensation in the form of reductions of duties on manufactured articles. This is not true The reductions made by this bill will not In the least dtcrwise the cost of the manufactures the farmer bujs, since Canada Is not to auy extent a manufacturing country. Thus e have the Hon. Secretary of Agriculture Eitatlng that "free barbed wire fenchlg will be a boon to our farmers." As a matter of fact this provision will not benefit one farmer to the amount of one cent i'o exported to Canada last year 100,000,00 pounds of wire. and imported practically none. The removal of this duty is a fraud, pure and simple, Inteuded to fool the far mers. If this was an honest reciprocity measure, intended to ncourago trade Have you a good supply on hand, or isn't it about time to take your next order with countries which admit our proto the printer? ducts on favorable torms it would provide for tho free admission of Look, now, and see if it isn't time to get a new supply of Letter Heads, Envelmanufactured In Great all article opes, Statements or Bill Heads, and if you are short en anything, send an order to Britain. That country has for many The Republican. yars allowed all our products to be imported free of duty, and It would If you have used printed matter done by us, you naturally will come here when Bm only appropriate that weBbould you have need for anything in our line, and there's a reason. If you have never by admitting ber proreoiflroeato had The Republican do the work, Buppose you get in the habit. Wedo the satisfacducts to our markets. tory kind of printing and binding. No Job is ever delivered in a shoddy, careless It Is claimed by th4 distinguished manner. advocates of reciprocity that the aboil At The Republican office yo get real satisfactien, and pay no more for the Hon of the dutjes on Canadian farm products Is necessary In order to save wof k here than you do elrewhere. A representative will call upon you if you, call theroffice by 'phone or. drop us th protective system. Thero could already ATorrible Blunder. neglect llvr trouble. Never THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co. j'-t- BULBS' AIM IT z -' F F ' z XKRBSA X7CICB 11 j J VI 1 V EG.BARRASS. Manage: i0 SURE CURE STOMACH, Liver Kidneys i LECTRIC OUTERS YYYYYYYYX Your Of f ce Stationery S ft :" Commercial Forms, Etc. ad tbt lg , not, be. a graver Do those 6,000,-gcmtlemea mlly belkvo will sit Idly by, after the trifling fHroHetkw ew- - afforded thm has bees acd penult the ' system under iw,blch sola-take- a card, X t frara tht m ?( Mi "iaii 'tif t ' i V ?IA 1 3 MRHBHC v Hartford Republican. ttrWrtS, Ky., a. mall C. M. BARNETT feWrd .wording to law matter of the ncond at tfc J. NEY FOSTER Idltor$ an4 Preprlfton sus. Tthe graded schools In 1910 report- foatoffin pared raith 1010 is 1010, 4473 males, 4225 ifemaka total fcCOS. 1911, 4111 maks. 42SG tenuilcs; total 8C47 pupils, a decreaso of 61 from tba 1910 cento ed yn ah Jiwna M '4 over the 1919 cecee. The whole census for 1911 as comof miHiBrnoNiSTS HOLD will STATE MEETING the Institute plan. Mr. Carson jurias tht ewry Sunday Cfcfeooi In tfo county send delegate to the eonwjfltta). Spring Executive Committee Calls to Con-venti- Races Louisville, Ky., May 13th to June 8th. COOL UNDERWEAR! For the Men, Women and Children. We are Address all jeommunlcaUona The Hartford Kopubllcan. II; OTLPaVTl.Ild. -- ... 2. ..40. ( 4 " if FRIDAY, JUNK ANNOUNCEMENT. are authorized to announce Hon Kcown a candidate or -- Representative (We C. P.- - next General Assembly of Kentucky, eubject to the action of the Republican party. W notice that the speech cf Mr. Franlts, delivered at Barbourvllle, Is "telng printed In plate form by a- from Ohio county In the lmost all of the Democratic country They evidently consider It proas. good campaign material for thm. , returned from Narrows, wber he has been vis Iting Prof. Fred Shultz. Miss Ruth Hunley spent Saturday and Sunday with friends at Cromwell. Mr. Gllmore Kecwn is visiting his sister at McHecry this week. The Hartford Herald certainly has Sirs. Mary Barnett is the guest of great faith In tho ability of the edi- her brother Mr! Silas ' Taylor at tors of this paper to read human char-act- Hopewell this week. and to foretell the acts of men. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tlohnor tpent Jn a long editorial this wek it takes Saturday and Sunday in the PoInV. us to task for supporting Governor Attention Co. "H." -- viilEon four yrars ago. an 3 for cWll-clslT.he members of Co. "H" are diacts now. Xtj some of his doubVtbe Ho-aledltof ii &;klng to rected to appear at .the armory Satur prejudice somebody against us and day June 3, at 7:30 p. m. for drlllr to' create the impression that we Only about 7 weeks lnteiiveuo the 'have been Inconsistent Of course, as encampment, and It is urged that able as we are, we could tot fore- each member allow no circumstances tell that Governor Willson would do to prevent his faithful attendance fesme things rwhlch he has done and at the drills which are to be held Sot which we would not havo stood previous to the coming encampment. J. M. DeWBSSE, Capt. had we known of them In advance, By C. B. SHOWN 1st., Lieut the only criticism which could and justly come would be a failure, beH Mf mJm lilllM' Hay Sells at $27 a Ton. uBiV 21 cause he happens to be a Republican, Chicago, 111., May 30. Hay sold at upon our part to call attention to yesterday for $27 a them beiause it might hurt our par- wholesale hero ton, declared to be the highest prlc ty. No doubt tho editor of the Her--al- d reached here. A short crop last year would do this for democracy, it has shown Itself billing to do Is fcald to ho cause. so many times in the past, HowReal Estate For Sale. ever on som occasions It has fallen By order of the Ohio Circuit Court, out with its party lead is and criticised tlwra, even after giving them its the undersigned is directed as asiearty support The Cleveland admin- signee of the Ohio County Bank to reistration Is a notabU case. Of course ceive written bids from such parties as desire to become the purchasers of the Herald fiupponW Cleveland any bank's real estate and rethroe of the times that he iwas a port of tho to 'all same the Circuit Judge at tho candidate for Prosidont, and was al1911 term of the said court so among those who criticised him June I havo in my hands for sale the severely because Iw failed to do some things which thought he ought to following d'eecribed real estate: One two story brick building and A. Comedy in three acts, and a scream every minute. The have done and failed to support nieas basament on cornvr of Main and Cen- most laughable play ever given in Hartford. "It's all duty to iires which It considered his ter streets, in Hartford, Ky., same do-aa Democrat. If we are not mixed up like a bottle of Chow Chow." now occupied by Barnard & Company even wnt to mistaken .the Herald as dry goods store and by Dr. J. R. far as to accuse him of being a Plrtle, as dental office and the eamo mis(Alas, we. are all often SPECIAL MUSIC, LATEST SONG HITS, VAUDEVILLE SKETCHES in which tho Ohio County Bank's taken In men Xo rmen are most frail counting room is located. creatures to be found upon God's About three acres of ground In wo are deceivfoot stool Some-timeThe Lisping Hartford, Ky., on West side of M. H. Don't FaiJ to MR. ed In them sometlmus ithey change & Hear E. R. R., between Griffin and Fore English Sport tbedr ideas or course of notion after man streets or Leltchfield read. wo have given them our support. Haw About 3 acres of ground In HartevCT we fall to see how the Hartford SOME OF THE SONGS. ford, Ky., on side of M. H. & Herald expects to make capital out "You're Gwine to Get Something You Don't Expect."- E. R. R., between Griffin and ForejOT tbla matter. If It would say that man streets, Nos. 2 and 3 formerly "Steamboat Bill." ire are unreliable! jwlltlcally Kcause wero In one tract before dlvlodd by act certainly we could use "Come Josephine in My Flying Machine." t this M. H. & E. R. R, ibo boy's argument and cay "you are the "I'd like to See a Little More of You." About 3 acres of town lots central.(toother," with equal propriety and ly located in the town of Centortcwn, truthful nose. Ohio County Kentucky. SPECIAL SCENERY MADE FOR THIS PLAY. One tract of land containing CO Notes on School Census. acres more or le&a .near Horton, OliU 'The school census taken during the County, Kentucky, same known, as sooth of April shows decrease of 61 the C. A. Edwards farm. impUe in the county. In tbe entire About 13 acres of ground in Harteuty this year there are 4,241 white ford, Ohio County, Ky., ou North eld jwIm, 4,032 white females, making a of Foreman Btreet or Leitcbfleld road, total of $273 white pupils, In 1910 lying between L. P. Foroman's and the lot erf J, W. Ford oa Soata on Sal Wednesday horning at Ohio ,tbre were 4301 white mains, 4,027 County Drug Co.'3 ir'Wle female with a total of 8,328 the corner of Union and Foruannu pupils, a census enrollment Btroeta. All written bids are required to be 66 sore white pupil la 1010 than fet JMJ. hanM in on or before Monday, the shown ma wiy. m juae, ivu me ijrrt day Ike colored census thisrjj 'lW.alwjw4964 f ewAjWwKfc &k4al tvf tboOhlo'Circull Court. .' B. PA.TB, M 371 imiie. la Ver shews 172 w4b J '16 'IflMlM KMi a 'total 43tC AMlgaee 0W' Cewj VX,;' contributed thousands of dollars to the Democratic campaign fund a few g Idect years ago, with the was to receive spethat it cial .favors at the hands of the State administration officials. Democratic JDuriag the 'taking of .bstmony in the Beck .matter the names of ham, J. Morgan Chlnn, Percy Haley Graham Vre?land and others have been it brought Into the lime light. So .seems that Kentucky is not to escape ler Bhare of graft disgrace and must stand up and be counted aYms with New York, Illinois and other states In this matter. It is even intimated that still greater disclosures are yet to be made and .that most dlsgrace- will be brought to . ful transactions light by tlw ovidnce to be produced before tho referee in bankruptcy. It Is probable that these discolsures will JEOTe to a large extent 'n the com"'" ing state campaign. ' ucdr-BSandln- of the Globe Printing Company, by the referee In bankruptcy, some start ling developments havo been made. It has been shown that this concern Jn the investigation of the affairs Narae1' males 15 females a total c while In 1911 tho same schools ro Ticket, norted 805 males 804 fmalcs with i ef total cf 1.C09, an iacreafvj of 17 over' 1910 census and a corresponding the Lexington, Ky., May 26. JTb Prodecrease in tho country schools or hibition party in Kentucky "saying al68 pupils in the a decrease of most "given up tho ghost,1' ad. havschools ing been without a State c&alrraan dam for over a jvar, tho State Executive May 31. The whooping cough and Committee has called a convention of measles are in this vicinity. the Kentucky ProhlbltlonlsCgto meat Mrs. Pearl Ashby and little daughter, in Lexington next Wcdnee&y mornlllldrtd are the guests of the for- ing May, 31. i. mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John The State Executive Committee Pate, this week. has sent out a circular letjbr, ImplorMiss Marie Morgan who has be ing all members of the party to attend the guest of friends in town for the the convention, urging them to come past two weekB returned to her, and "save the day," as home at Nortonvllle Saturday, a special inducement, that it is hoped Mr. Alvey Pate, of Rutsellvlllo Is that National Chairman Jones and the guest of his mother and father other national reprse'ntatlTCs wiH Mr. ami Mrp, John Pate this week. .; jttend the convention. Mrs. Mary B. Collins and MtsS The convention will open Jts ses Cliffie Austin were tho guests of sion in tho Y. M. C. A. building, correlatives at Eastview a few days last ner Mill and Church streets,, at 10 week. o'clock Wednesday morning and all Miss Xanle Millard, of Render, is of the business pf tho convention 'will visiting friends bere'thls "week. be completed during the day! Mr. John Wattle e who has1 been seThe infant son of Mr, and Mrs. riously ill for some time is thought Clyde W. Evans, who to be better. Mr. Clayton Rhoads, who took tho summer with Mrs. "Evan's parthe teachers examination in Muhlen ents, Rev. and Mrs. W. B. vWright, berg county last week, returned home wns buried at Oakwood las,tiFriday. Friday. He as accompanied home by his grand mother, Mrs. Rhoads, S. S. Convention at Centertown. who will spend several weeks with The Ohio County Sunday School her son, iMr. JJave Rhoads of this Convention will be held at Centerotwn place. on Saturday June 10. Mr. J. - H. B. Miss Ismay Mason, ,who has bevri Carson, president of tho county assothe guest of Miss Ella McKenny for ciation, moOtflvod a letter yesterday the past two weeks returrd to her from T. C. Geibauer, of Henderson, home at Fordsville last Friday. statins ha would conduct tho conQuite a number from here attend- vention which will be conducted on ed the decoration at XoCrtiek yester777 For tho above occasion tho "It. & N. will sell round trip ickets under the following conditioner Tickets Bold on May 12th and 13th limited to Juno 9th, 1911, $1.45. Tickets sold on May 13th limited to May 15 $3.40. Tickets to be soM May and and 30 June 8th, limited to two days from dato of H. E. MISCHKE, Agt rale 4.45. tli t "tljf Sub-distr- ict "beaver slaving quite a nice assortment of Men's Sum- WE SELL Hirsch's Goodies! Just received a fresh supply of lot of Hirech's Pickles, also a mer Underwear in Balbrigan Shirts and Drawers, Long and Short Sleeve Shirts, Knee and Anklelength ' Drawers. . Porous Knit Shirts, short sleeves Porous Knit Drawers, knee length Nansook Shirts, Short Sleeves INansook Darawers, knee length-UnioSuits long and short sleeves . A n ; Beans and Pork The finest ever put in a tin can. The very thing for outing parties or home use. Include some in jour next order. Satisfaction Giiaranteed Money Refunded, ' PRICED AT PER GARxMENT 25c, 50c, $1.00, $1.50 ks Ladies' Knit and Musi Underwear or Hartford Grocery Co. day. Mr. Clifford Maddox has Of every sort. Vests, Pants, Skirts and Corset Covers. Anything you may need in Underwear we can furnish. Vests priced at 10c, 15c, 25c, 50c. Pants priced at each 25c, 50c, 75c, $1. Skirts priced at each 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50 up to $3. Corset Covers priced at each 25c, 50c, 75c up to $1.25 We are at your service for a look. MM I E. P, Barnes & Bro., Beaver Dam, Kentucky. or - FRIDAY NIGHT, $s&ss$$s$s&essssss&S($ss -- Millinery! Millinery! line this year,but still have some good trade in our large Millinery We have had an exceedingly m-de- -- JUNE 9 HARTFORD, KY. it A nice hats that are sure to please. We can furnish you any style! Come and Visit Us home: talent Couple plays And let Miss Foster show you our Hats before the season closes. of Curious Courtships" Cool Dress Goods for Summer s Before selecting your new dress let us show you, our line of Lawns, Percals, Etc. Summer Underwear s; DEPEYSTER" at 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, FUN, FUN, NOTHING BUT FUN! PLENTY OF FANS AND ICE WATER.' Bpys and Infants. stock cannot be excelled. Our Hosiery rerf-dec- ce General Admission 25c; Children Under 12, 15c; Reserved Seats 35c. na.rner.i.4, Centertown, Ky. ' Door Open at 7:30. Ptrformncet 8:00.' v Shoe REG U Let Us N Fiscal Court will convene here today tor a eowion of twe days, Mrs. E. J. Hudson, who took seriously sick last weak, is better. Mrs. Mr. Ira D, Bean is beginning the erection of his new residence on Wal-nrt.rvt. It Miill bo modern In ut eyeW''tail. Yovi! PAT.LOEf brrec (5, NOW IS THE TIME to shake those High Shoes Thirtk of the comfort and ease that can be had in a pair of ! i Korrect Shape Oxfords saw' Made on special lasts so that there is no gapping at the ankles, and they cannot help Dut nt snug All the Popular Styles are made, to suit every taste Burrejaps Patent and Dull Leathers Guaranteea COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVER iriRR& Burt & Packard Co. ,,ftotVwj OnrVrXE w.. t URUWMVfl, m0 QIC ..:... Too much cannot be said about the above line oi Men's Shoes. Read the guarantee every pair warranted by us. We are backed by the manufacturers. So come, buy a shce that you are absolutely safe in buying low in price, new in style, beet in workmanship. And remember it pays to tiade with a house that saves yon money. 'Mr. Mollmry Holbrook will return bvert home" next wtnk from Winch'-- 1st- r, Jmprovlng. for fiomo tlmo, la Ky.wlir-- r ho has been atVndlng Flower and Flolver I'ots for eal by schoorfor th past hino months. B. T. Williams, Hartford, Ky. 36tf. Quite a nuinbr jf tno property Mr. and Mrs. n. D. Loo Simmonman owners are treating tlielr ivsldncvs wore in Louisville th first of Uiu to how paint. Among thum are Coun t,y Cl-- k W. S. Tlnslty, Mr. Tf . wk. Mr. R. D Walker has .acoepted a Barnard, Attorney S. A. Andvrson position as salesman at Uie 'Now Yorlc and , Mrs. Joaio Park. . Store 'Floral design book of F. Walker Hartford, and ,Co., of Louisville, and can furW. II. Moow & Son; nish floral designs for funerals and will pay oasIi for Ginseng and 4Ct2 special occasions. E. T. WILLIAMS. i& Most folks use Flxall for Floors and 36U Hartford, Ky. Furniture to be had at Ohio County 45tf Drug Co., Rov. and .Mrs. Virgil Elgin have as Anathrr Dinner Set will be given their guests this week Mr. and Mrs. away Saturday at 4 p. m. by Ohio Wmr.Fatkrson ,of St. Paul, Minn., and Mrs. L. L. Elgin and daughter, 45tf County Drug Co. Mlss Elizabeth, of Hopkinsvllle. If jou haven't tried n chocolate at Ohio week. Nut Sundao get one ,M!ss Vena Duke, stenographer for 45tf County Drug Co., Judge V. II. Barnes, left last wek Mr. Z.' .Wayne -- flrlffln, traveling for Marlon Ind., inhere she will take salesman for Baylcss Dros., of Loui3-vill- e, specl.il work in thu Marlon Business spent Sunday with his family College She expects to be gone about ' here. three "months. Cheapest Place of Earth to buy The Centertown can boast of someithing all kinds of Seeds. which p.Tliaps, no other) town can in The OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY QO. the way of U. S's. It has a U. S. Hartford, Ky. 29tf Post Office, U. S. Faught Is Post MasAnother chamber set was given ter, and U. S. Whalin Is letter caraway free by the Ohio County Drug rier. Can you beat that? ii Co., last Saturday and Mr. TI09 Burns Judge J. B. Wilson and Prof. H. E. ""' whs the y;irnor. Brown returned Saturday from Owens they attended the fifth Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Patterson have boro, wh-rreturned to thoir home at PrenUs af- District Convention of the Knights of ter a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Pythias. Judge Wilson was among Harry O'Bannon. the speakers on the program. Mr. Arthur Petty is homo from Dr. E. B. Pendleton, County AtLeitchfleld, where for several months torney C. E. Smith, Dr. H. J. Bell, he was connected with the mechanic Dr. A. B. Riley and Judge R. R. Wedding will leave Monday for a force of tho Gazette. hey fishing trip at Grassy. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Martin and short Master will return the last of the week. and ohlldren, Mks Ethel Cklldrnli Day tervlces will be Cecil, will leave for their home at held'by the Methodlnt Church Sunday Owensboro, Saturday. aunaay scnooi uuui, a Mrs. Anderson Byers. formerly Miss aner Hie Bettie Elmore of Broadway is visitpar,t in ing relative's at Sunnydale thie week andlhcse who are to take tWexerdses have practiced every day Mrs. Byrs has bad health. E."v7Fordwhoh,is - 111 Sale of Oxfords. Every year we carry over odd lots of Slippers and Oxfords. Commencing Wednesday, we have put out for your inspection the clean-u- p of the houseevery Oxford that is in small lots odd sizes or for any reason those which should leave the house at once. We will mark the price on tags in plain figures and it will be to one-hafrom off the regular price. This gives values that are not equaled by the "Sale" prices so much in vogue. Come in, and if we have your size in this lot you will save largely. The lot consists of Shoes for Men, Women and Children. Our reputation for GOOD SHOES will in no wise be affected by any shoe we put out on this sale. If it is not a good shoe, we will tell you so. one-four- th ot. y, lf e 1 .2 tsasMAXLi'iitsteiM r -i SATISFACTION f I 3 ?K I'j?"! JfW-Vfff;l,flltTBBBBBBBBBM - iffiBBBBBBBBBBBBaV HbhBSBBvTSbIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI y BBBBaBBBBP3iiBYiEjBBBBBBBBBBBBr' ST HflHthSti&iflBVBBMiiBBBBBBBBBBBal fT3 "? .ni 3 C3 5S S Bl BHBgsn!w BBBBBBBPBBBE BBBBBBBBk '1? fBnKBEBBBBBBBBBBBl fssBSBBBBBBBBBBaw I bbbbbvbbbVbH - r I . I Wi A . r? "" '' "v?',:bbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbPPT7Iib--!bbbbbbbm- bbbbbbbbbI f" i. iy Tn7r7;i,BBBsE BBaVjiSsfi THOMAS MONUMENTAL WORKS HARTFORD, KY. Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JUNK 5. IlMnolaCantralRallroad-.Tlm- e Table. At Beaver Dam Ky. .00 Mo, Narlh BmuI. lilt due am. Ho'.lMdK48p.in. a a ifo-u- . h,lv family htfre. , Monlh BoBMrt. No.iai cluull:.B. p. i, Ho, 101 dnf i No.llil rto8t6p. m lt amrJ KundaV With f. fOall r aii'Mw. re Underwood Lard. None bet3fttf, oe U. 8. Carson. 1b' visiting Mr. C.gV v iff Seaapwk. WliarisW JW liWHlB.kte rWd.a aeeeepted a BehroeUro' grocery. , MjijiUea at B. A. Carson, of Owbln, Ky., fr. Farit Taylor aa ?!iT5 If you 'want a barrel of First class 39tf. see U. B. Carbon. Miss Fern Curtis, of Cenlertown, was calling hero Saturday. Mr. Hoyit Taylor baa accepted a with the Hartferd Qroery Co, Mr. W. B. Ellis returned Sunday from a weeks stay at Dawson Springs "Wanted at once a saleslady. Apply at the New York Store, Hartford, i2U' Ky. Mr. J. H. Loyd, of FordsvllJe, is apt)ndlng a fuw days at Dawebn Springs. Mrs. G B. Henry, pf MadteomvlUe is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. 'P. Williams. Mr, Martin Thomas was in Center-tow- n .Monday in the iwtereat of Fair & Company. ' Mr. Wm,DelaiMy, of near Hartford, left th4 waA for a few days at Dawson aprings, Ky aaaor of the Mr. W. H. Rilw. ' spesdlDg the Hartford 'jMiH Flour po-slU- 0'. Mr. J. W. Cooper, of tho Commercial, received woid Friday morning of the accident of his little granddaughter, Tommy EUie, the ithive year old daughter of Mr. James Phelps, of TUylor Mints. While playing with nn Mr. older siiiUjr, she fell and broke her The Ohio County Drug Co., has one leg. While the Injury Is necessarily of the best window displays of the painful, she is getting along nicely. kind ever exhibited in this city. It Adverllsing is the ilfeblood of Is a large window filled with the proscriptions that 'have ilxien tilled by business and when this blood stops that firm since its organization dvr circulating business stops. Modern forty seven years ago. In that firm business depends for earning Its expenses, consisting of rent, taxes and 117,500 prescriptions have been filled. will wag8 "for help, and then of a fair PlayeTB Club rrhe Hartford for Invested capital, praeeai "A Couple of Curious Count-fihlp- a" remuneration Fri- on meaPB for reaching the largest at taejopiera bouse next day alga. It Ja A three act comedy number of customers as qu!ck)y as possib and. amusing throughout The memMr. "Nd Mrs. R. A. Noffslnger debers of the club have been practicing for some time. Special scenery lightfully ent&rtained at their home Is being made for tho production and last eveninig for Miss Adah, Franks, I who will leave Monday for hxr home the latest songs will bo sung. I Tha ntiln nniintv TVanhftlV InaLkutt at Rookport, Ind. Tihoso present wre iWUI IMJ uwu ill ireinuiu ui 7n iMlHseaGenteiude Wright. Adah Franks Winning August 38. Prof. Fred Mut lBdtth Oarson, Popple Nail, Eva Tay- oBW, of .Bowling Green,! has been enW lor, Mwajaret and Jesse Nan. Messrs. Ney gagM-a- s instructor. He was engdd Ellis Footer, C. E. Smith, J. year, but was Foster,,,!!. I 8, Sanders, and iDr. Elvis tor the lastkute last unable to attend. The program for CarsoBof Corbln Ky. ' The aau'JR KnJglila - o! Pytblas febe IssUtute will be arranged In due tiueby qwpt.Leaeh and annouBCil. memo!! asYvlee will &$ held in Hart Mr. and Mrs. William, Howell and little son, of island, Ky. iwero thj gue3ts of Mrs. Howell's parents Jr. and Mrs. F. M. PorU-- r this week. Mss Adah Franks will lave Monday for her home at Rockuort, Ind. after spending three1 months here In depaitraent of Fair millinery the and Co. Judge J. E. Fogle left Wednfsdiy morning for Lexington, Ky., to a terid gradmraonroMjissunriMcDowcn A. Fogle, from the law depantmeni of Kentucky Stato University. Mr. and Mrs. John Massie and little son, Rice, 6f Owensboro, spent a Mr. few days in Hartford this Massie was here in the InUrtk of , the Amidcan Tobacco Co. rs. and-MT. Williams left B. Mr. Wednesday morning for Hopkinsvllle to lcok after pome business matters. They will be accompanied home by Miss Sadlo Henry, of Madsionvllle. Rov. C."cTTiall, of Vandalia" 111., who dellvned the principal addrcsa at the Decoration services at NoCreek Tiuesday, was the giKst of Col. and Mrs. C. M. Barnutt while in tho city . d Two handsome presents, each at ?0 will be given away absolutely free by the Ohio County Diug Co. Griffin's old stand. For every dollar's worth of goods bought you 40tf. get a chauco. Hon. R. B. Margin and daughter, Miss Maurine Martin, Ielt Tuesday to attend tho graduation of the former's son, Mr. Otto C. Martin from the law depditment of Kentucy State University. They will vlsit in Louisville and Franfkort before (returning heme. The lecture at the couit house last Saturday nifihit "by Mr. Hunter C. Leafce was wvll attended and highly appreciated. Quite a neat little sum was realized for tho building of the new Methodist Church, and this was supplemented by a check for $10 by thlswfeik. M'rs.JohnJ. McHcnryand son D. left Wednesday for a vlsitwlth friends at Falls of Rough. atCT,.' which Uwy will leave tor Mrs-Mas-terlien- ry 'i we. val-use- McHenry's old home at Afton, where they will spend the summer months. tTudge and Mrs. John B. Wilson and-son- s, John Allen and Levi, left Tuesday for a visit with relative In St. Louts ana umcago. juoge vu son will return In ten days, white his wife and, children taiIII srxnd about a month, jfu o year old Robert LewJs', 'Him son of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Bennett of route 2', died Wednesday night. Funeral services were held at the aMernoon, cliurch yesterday and iiute;mnt followed at the Carton burying ground. Among those from a distance who weie here to attend tho funeral of Schapmile was call-da- y Mast"r Samuel morning, were Mr. andMrs.iHenry Hooerof Midland, Ky, Mr. andillis. J. P. Ca3bler, of Plcainnt Ridge and of Cential City. Mr. W. t! CasMbl-- r, nome talent prosented U.'ar Dam "By th s Entry's iHande" at Dr. B an's op iti hoiko latt Friday night to a fair sized and appreciative audience. Mr. Murry Daniel the joung man who is blind .'and has visited iu this city furnished excellent piano music nets. Va., No-Cro- ek :8& INCOHl'OBATHD OFFER FOR YDDR GONSIBERATION I, A SELECT LINE OF Io Talcum Powder The best makes and all popular odors. Toilet Soaps That are lefined in odor and do not roughen tho skin. Perfomes and Toilet Water The best makes of Violet and other bo-tw- popular odors. Quite ar number of Hartfoid peo-pl- o aw the owners of motor boale. The Utfst new boat is the one just finish d by Mr. R. L. DuU, which he built hiiikielf. It is a fine little boat and has good bpeed. It Is equipped engine and with a liwo horse-power Cigars, Imported and Key West The best known brands. Tooth Brushes The kind that retain their bristles. will bojaunclnd ford by Rough River Lodge No. 110 at the Baptist Church on the second Sunday In June. The hermon will be ddlveicd 'by Knight Rulv. J. W. Bru- ner at the regular morning hour for service. Seats mill ibe reserved for the Knights, who will march in a bod from the lodge hall. In the alternoon services will be held at Oakwood oetn tery and the graves of members of the order strewn with flowers. Every body is invited to th services as usual. and family movul fiom this city to Owensboro, and their many friends la both cities sympathize with them in their bereavement. After sewial weeks of patient suffering of dropsy and heart troubkr Master Samuel Leo Sobupinlre iwos ca ed ito the Great Beyond about 8 o'clock Monday morning. His death was bar ly expected at that tme for it that he was some better that day. Ho was the, oldest 6on of Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Schapmlre and was a bright little lad and will be greatly missed. The funeral services wer hold at tho family residence Tuesday morning iby Rev. J. W. Bruner and attended by a large number of friends and relatives. The interment followv ed at Oakwood In a place selected by tho little fcllciwi only a snort timo before his death. With one exception the pall bearers were ex&ctry as he had requested Tluy were a follows: Messrs. Estill Park, Henry Griffin," W. II. Gillespie, Eetlll Harnett, J, NVj Fostun and Trimble Penr Uleton. . 1 - U. I. ed The funeral of little Mario Martin, the eighteen months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Martlu, of Owensboro, was held at tho Baptist, church Monday afternoon, tjbe being conducted by Rev. J. W. d. Brunvr. .Interment followed at one had been blck The little for about a week of bowel trouble and died Sunday night at 9 o'clock. Soveral members cX ' the local tent of Knights of "the Maccabees, of wliich Mr. Martin i a member, met the fufteral party At Beaver Dam. Only 'a'' short Ut&e && Air. Maridn aer-vlc- es Oak-woo- r - .. .,. MY rlATFOJtM. vie fcher wihloh !. I, : iwIIcUr-MoB- fl fclaok poles 66 vTWiHb to a groat rany tMin the. her Atty: . dfcl 1 oaksW. 47 hickory, to-eorMr mmU No. 3 and from RpubUuiB mhI from "MaAm youkejtell Wfa' to a block Marly as rony other voters not Re brooth with his Herfram.'!TBepose thence S. 25 El. 16 publicans, I announce that I will make rich boys and glrla ail h8 dlcrframs walnut and three svHtll, Mack oaks the race for Governor thte fall iva Bctml- - but liow about whoa their father only on, the south s4e Am) iie of the uee of tho Republican party, if such mnJ 2 dollere a day and there i once Thomas Baird 3M aaere tract; party. 1)8 the will of th younger I tel you its enowg to mftlce thence willi said Use .south, 35 2 D. In a representative gorrCment, as everybody eociailsts first ono thing 411-- 2 poJes io ene wUt;eak soiKli oura oqull repreaientaUon Je tho (first and eanother and ow ltsdler west corner to lot No. 4j tltenco with a Jlno N. 31, W. 11 poles to a stone essential. Tho moet powerful branch frame its too much." of State, government, the legislative, r, R. Decson, In Jnii Woman's nortliwt cornr to jot Ne. 4; thence with a lino N. 0C B. 12 2 poles to a la.requlred by the Constitution to bo Home Companion. stone on the south edge of said lot equally ftpportlorved according .to poyou know that of all tho minor tbenco N. 28 W. 34 poles and 22 links pulation and territory. That has niv-e- r iDo ailments colds aro by far the most to the begrnning, cofttakilng seven tooen done In this state uniier th the cold itself and one quarter acres, deeded to Isaac present Constitution. The rnoplo of dangerous? it Is not but the serious Foster, March 14tii, 1871, by Thomas that you need to fear, some sections of tha State are given diseases that it often loads to. Most York and Char lotto York, his wife lx times as much voting strength in of those are known as germ diseases. and of record la the Oblo County tho legislature as others, under the and consumption are Clerk's office, Deed Book X, page Tho discrim- Pneumonia existing apportionment among them. Why "not' take Oham- 419. ination, made for purely partisan adCough Remody and ,curo 2nd. Beginning at a black oak and vantages, is and unjust berJaln'e your cold while you can? For sale two small hlcldorys and planted stoxe .as well as unlawful. m of by all druggists. being the corner ot Basil M. BenI favor immediate nett's tract se purchased from D. L. tho Senatorial and Representative disThe Cautions Tongue. Bennett; thnce with the Owent'boro tricts in accordance with tho Consti Singing Teacher "Now children, road N. 31 W. IS 2 poles to a stone tution. (Sec. 33) givo us 'Lfttle Bropg of Water' and corner to Chapman Crowe's tract; Now as never before, education and thence with Crowe's line S. 5 W. training of youth are necessary if this put some spirit in it. Principal (whispering) "Careful 6lr 12 2 poles to a planted stone, Crowe's Staite is. to hold its own in competition ksmperanco sohool. Say wlUi other states. "We need hotter This Is a southlwest terser; thence S. 31 B. 11 put some ginger In it." poles to a planted stono"noar a white schools more of them, more children J. Collins, In June Woman's Home oak; thence with the line of D. L. BenIn attendance. The high school ehould Companion. nett at WlUlam J. Bennett's corner be available to every community, and E. 15 poles to the begineach county should have at least one If you have trouble in setting rid south 85 .modern, efficient manual training of your cold you may know that you ning, containing 1 acre and 25 poles, school. are not treating It property. There deeded io Isaac Foster, Nov. 2, 18C7 We must EDUCATE! EDUCATE! Is bo reason why a cold ehould hang by David L. Bennett and wife, SalHe on for weeks and it will aot if you E. Bennett, of record in' the Ohio EDUCATE! I favor extending suffrage inBchool take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. County Clerk's office, Deed Book V., v m page 161. For sale .by all druggists, elections to women. 3rd. Beginning at a hickory and ;...Tax revision is demardod by the Getting a Living. oak stump, corner to Ad Owen's lot; business interest of the State, and thence .with I. Foster's line N. 84 should be accorded. Able and public There was a man from our town Supported by his wife; W. 14 poles and 15 links to stake In spirited xon constituting a tax comTom York's line; theoce S. 101-- 2 K. mission reported to the last legisla- But one sad day she passed away 14 peks ar.d 6 links to a large black ture recommending an amedmeHt to His only prop in life. the Constitution, proposiEg that one And when he ecjwi hia wife woe gone. oak; thence N. 531-- 2 E. 18 pelt to a stake in said Owen's line with the class of property be taxd for county He started on tho run, same N. 33" W. 1 pole and 9 links purposes, another for city purposes, might and main to woo all hie to the beginning containing 2 rods and the remainder for State purposes. With win And another one. and 33 potes, deeded to Isaac Foster Whether the plan proposed would Woman's George B. Staff, In by W. J. Bennett and Sarah Ann Be. each department of the govCompanion. nett, his wife. May 24th, 1874, as of ernment ehould have Immediate and Home record in Deed book No. 4, pag 381 If It would careful consideration. His Wife's Life. Saved then the amendment ought to "be sub"My wife would bay beon in her Ohie Cownty Clerk's office. The purchaser will be required to writes 9. M. Brown, mitted ito the people for fjctlon. tn gra.v the meantime I think it poesibls tin- of Muacadine, Ala., "If it had not bees execute bond With approved security der our existing system to for Dr. King's New Discovery. She Immediately after sale. the burden of taxation tw c .toralee was down in her bed, not able to This 15th day of May, 1911 F. L. FELIX", Master Comr. all the rewnue required at mbout get up without help. Bh had a seone-ha- lf BARNBTT & SMITH Attorn). of the 'present rate. vere bronchial trouble Mid a dreadThe heaviest tax tho State now pays ful cough. I got her a bttle of Dr. is In bad roads. The people recent- King's New Discovery, and an soon ly adopted a good roads amendment began to mend, and iwas well in a to the Constitution. I favor putting sfcert time." Infallible for coughs Ladies! Save Money and Keep in It into effect, so that every county and colds, its the most reliable rofln-oStyle by ReadlHjjMcCaJl's may be.prpvld:d with good roads. or desperate Jung trouP.n Magazine and UsmgMcCaJIatterBS "The regulation of the liquor" traJfic ble, hemorrhages, lagnlppe, asthma, McOIT.M. urine will has boen upon the tuTjIIc mind in Ken- hay fever, croup and whooping cough. y liclp you dress MCAILS MAGA2IHE at a moderate tucky lor many years. The Constitu- 50c, $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaran expense by keeping m tion of. 1891 required the l?gfelature teed by all druggteto. Ton posted on tho latest fashions In mm to provide for submitting th quesclotues and bats, to New Fasbion Deslcna Advertising Genius. tion to the people of each conmnu-ntIn each Issue. Alto yto boy of the family, the smart bo that it would fee possible for Taluable Information on all borne and percounty to vote as an exclusive little son-o- f passeach n editor, had just Only sonal matters. doc a year, Including , unit; an the question of prohibiting ed his ninth birthday and delighted u ilea imii:iu. duij. the sale of, liquor, rrhat has never In stirring things up iwjieiwvier he senbo today or send copy. for free been compiled with, except as to cour found a chance. On his way to school MasMBiaaenableyou tosample In your . McCill PiticRi will make tkfi having cities r.ot larger than the one day he popped Into a confectionown borne, wttbyouronu bands clotblnefor yourself and children nblch will bo perfect flftii class. It Is a provision forborne er's. In style and fit. Price none hlclier than 15 cents. Send for free l'atteru Catalogue. ( rule, by popular vote. I favor exSay, mister," he called out, "do Wt WDl Qt Yob Flu Prciesli for cettlng sub' tending the Statute laiwifo as to com- you keep fondante?" scrlptut.j among your friends, for frcs I'remlum Cataloguo and Cash Irl2e Offer." ply with the Constitution for uniform "Oh , yes," replied the confectioner, HcCUl COMPANY. 239t 249 Vol 37ii Si. NEW TOM m county unit. That is a plank of tho "we've kept them for years." last Republican State platform. An "Well, returned the boy, starting fo on the door, Just advertise in pa's paamendment to the Constitution, this subject Is not demanded. per and then you won't keep" them so The balance ct power between the long. public and those interests that serve, John-W- . SIckelsmlth, Greensboro, it1 has been unsettled .by the great Pa., has three children, and like most .rapid accumulation of wealth and its children they frequently take cold. concentration by means of combina"We have tried several klnda of coug tions and the modern inventions of medicine," he says, "but have never doing business on a gigantic csale. found any yet that did them es much MeCALL PATTERNS Wealth is now exercising more power good as Chamberlain's Cough RemCelebrated for ttyle, perfect fit, simplicity and In government than the people, be reliability nearly 40 years. Sold In nearly edy." For sale by all druglsts. nr every city and town in tlx United Suti and cause of its Improper Influence Canada, or by mall direct. More sold than any other make. Send for free catalogue. upon legislation. Its principal agency Master Commissioner's Sale. McCAIX'S MAGAZINE of Influence Is the professional Jlore subscribers than any other fashion Ohio Circuit Count, Kentucky. magazine million a month. Invaluable. LaU in Kentucky as tho "Third est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, J. Ney Foster, et al, Pteintltts, plain tewing, fancy needlework, halrdretslng, Jlouse." To restoro tho equilibrium, f VS. etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only V) cents a I favor abolishing tho "Third House." year (worth double), Including a tree pattern. Virgil G. Foster, et al Defendants. Subscribe today, or tend lor sample copy. If that will not effeit the desired By virtue of a Judgment and order WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS i would favor an amend- of rale of th Ohio Circuit Court, ren to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue and new cash prise offers. Address ment to the Constitution placing In the dered at the April term, 1911, In 2 W. :7th St. NEW VMM M hands of the people the lnlt'Ictl've and the aVove causo for the purpose of THE HcCAU. CO.. to .referendum in legislation of a general dividing the proceeds amongst the character involving a settled policy, pajtles in Interest after paying the And the recall of public officials. For costs herein, I will offer for sale by th same reaton, I favor the election public auction at the Court House of Unted States Senators by popular door hi Hartford, on Monday, tho 6th. vote. day ef June 1911, about one o'clock W.H.& J. F.GILLESPIE And for the ramo reason, among p. in., upon a credit: of six and ot&eis, 1 favor the nomination of all 'twelve months the following described Proprietors Btet of fleets and of all parties by projverty, A lot or parcel of a. .ompuHory primary diction only, lard in Dodn.OhJo County Kentucky conducted by tho State at public bounded as follows: LACKSMITHING and by public officials, Beginning at a stone; thence south as now permitted, by prma-fJe- ji 39 K. 101-- 6 poles; ithence N. CO E. conduoted by party commlttuta 17 4 pols to a Htoue; thence N. under conditions prohibitive of a poor 86 2 W, 41-- 6 poles to a stone; AND REPAIR WORK man's running for a State offloe be- rhwtfe S. 63 W. 13 poles to the beginfore the people. ning containing 1 acre. Conveyed o I 'tevor taking the management of Ibooc Fester by R. L. Ford, and Nora the State prltoPB out of politics--improv- Ford, his ,wlfe, Sept., 23rd. 1901 and both the prisons aiul poll--to- of recoid in the Ohio County Clerk's' office, Deed boek No. 24, page 84. Ab4 I favor a stringent corrupt prao Aleo a certain lot of land in the iie''ftct that mill safegard elections. same tows, opunty and slate tatag the D. C. O'REAR. homestead place of said Isaac Footer . oonXalniEg about tea acrs, deeded Wrosgs of the Poor. by tbree separate deed la the fbree. ". 5U Departures frw tha old way In following .boundaries: ,eWf in for hard 1st. Beginning fcteonwrat (t plant' educator. Sfid ""i wi often cd atone on tho west edge of the MH, !M rod twMd as in this leUr a gtowtog boy hUKedJpbJ let Bumber 21; tfeewo wA a lineK. Owemteoro r- -; ff.v MiMfti eerner pss to i mi mil mum j FOR Dirootory la.a0 VMOntXWA&, 0. af. Bismrrr . B. Wet F-Hx, !1 Cevrntsr t,ot tnH 1-- 1-- 1- -2 ' . Buckbee's Lightning Express 15.00 Bushel and a full Moe ol Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at Jfrowinr prices. Send for complete catalogue or submit a list ol your requirements and wuTquote prices. , Money. Buy direct from the grawer-Sa- ve Write today. Mention this paper. F. Blfkhefto', Ju4r5 ClrattH 0Kt-- T. "Attorneyf W. P. Miaitlff, Bon D. Jailer; . 8. BarrM, Clertt; P. U Ely's Crim Maarsf Comltoner: It. T. CoIHm, Ftinaj T. 11. Black, hr-Jf- f, li Qdfcklr TrtMtoe OfirM Relfel at Oflte. Dputle-- S. O. Kaown an It clean, soothes, Lon BWtek. Court convene flrat MonhcaU awl protects day in Fruary and continue tlire tlis (liseMttl mem. Monday In April, two week resulting from Catarrh and drives Bcond third Monday In June, Hire weeU; away a Cold in the Head quickly. Restores two week. the Senses of Taflte and Smell. Full size third Monday inn.October Wedding, Judge; R. SO cts. at Druggist or by wall. Liquid County CoHrt-W. S. TlnaWy, Clerk, C. B. Smith, AtCream Balm for use in atomfeeia 75 cti. Ely Brother, CO Warren Street, New York. torney, Hartford. Court convenes Monday In each month. Quarterly Quarterly Court Begin on' tlio fourth Monday In February, MaaV Augaat and November. flrai Ttifc. Court ot Claims-Conv- ene day In January and flrat Tuesday .in October. .. Other County Officer u. B.R. jaowey, Surveyor. F. D. Fordsvllle. Ky No. 2: IJernnrd Felix .Assessor, Hart ford, Ky n. F. D. no. H lienry Dr. A. B. Superintendent, Hartford; Hlley, Coroner, Hartford. Succeed wfeen everything else fails. JUSTICES' COURTS, In nerve-iprostration and female n. H. Chnmberlaln. Hartford. Tuesday weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday af-t3rd Mondnv In June. Tuesday after FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after 3rd Monday in December. STOMACH TROUBLE Wednesday afte O. B. Scott, k k the best -- medicine ever aoM 3rd Monday InCromwell, Wednesday after March, over a druggist's counter. 3rd Monday in June, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in September, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in December. John H. Allien, Kockport, Friday after 3rd Monday In Mareh, Friday after 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd Monday In September, Friday after 3rd Monday in December. Bockbee'a "Full oi Life" Northern Grows J. C. Jackson. Centeriown. Saturday Prrfleretd Seeds have a renutatlou ot .tSvearaot after 3rd Mondnv In Mareh. Rniurilnif nf successful seed growing behind them, it pays to tor 3rd Monday in June, Saturday after Blant th bct. 3rd Monday. In September, Saturday afSeasonable Speclaltie- ster 3rd Monday in December. M..C. Cook, Renfrow, Tuseday after Earliest Red Valentine . . J3JO Bushel 2nd Monday In Febnuary, Tuesday after . . 13.15 Bushel Extra Early Refute 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd New Stringiest Green Pod . $3.70 Bushel Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd WardweH's Imp. Kidney Wax S4.50 Bushel Monday fn November. Davis New White Wax . . $4.75 Bushel Thomaa Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday Carrie's Rust Proof Wax . &.50 Bushel iuoHuay in PEAS. . ti&o Bushel Wednesday after 2nd Monday ieDruary, In May, Extra Early Alaska . I Wednesday after 3rd Monday in August. Bushel Early Gradus J5.50 New Wednesday after 2nd Monday in No vem- Hersford'a Market Garden . li.".o Bushel CATARRH W, Iain 4rM. llmfd. Jry Attorneys at Law , HARTFORD, - harnett & smith, - kY. L tie br.-vn-e wk; llt Electric Bitters -- ft - .FRANK W'r;' Will praettce tnekIn all th court et Oblo awl adjetnlns' eot and Court ef Appeal. 8f' tl atJt-tentlogiven to all buokie, . owtftosl to tnoir" aare. Collection at.., tha Sru. ,1t T. Criminal and Real BMate Law BeeiiiaHloe. . Of Mee la ReDubllean 'bull. ;i Attorney at Law, L. FELIX, V or HARTFORD, - KY. v I) l 'Will practice his profession, la OhH and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty. Office la the Her am tunning. .''' "'' a. A SEEDS .... HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In art th Court of Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Also Noil tary Public. Office over First National! ' Bank. -- Attorney at Law YANCYL.MOSLHy, '4 JOBNB.WILBON obas. m. cnowi """ WILSON & CROWE HARTFORD. - KY. Will practice their profession In aU the courts' c Ohio and adjoining ooum ties, and ln. the Court of Appeals. Special attention elves to crtoilnal practice and' to collections. Offloa oa Mala St., opposite Court House. Lettuce. Radish. Torn. UeSBuclcettSi., H. W. BUCKBEE Rockrord Seed Farms. Rockfori, eus-aust- Jn TRY THE REPUBLICAN I oJy I lUrtSr ray XV 2nd in February' ifttr 2nd Monday In May Thureda?7 rrl,,...5Kr Jrd NA.PUrSday af,er' 2nd Ii0V.c?lbeJl. . t .. . flgay iVvIM",", Friday arier zna .Monday In February, after 2nd I Monday In May, Friday after 3rd PrWay after 2nd Mon- November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe, Judge; G. B. Likens.Clty wworncy; aam miey, Marshal: Court cond Monday In each month. r'rJ.TS" J?0,y.nc,1J- - H- - WHllarns, Mayor: i r? v urn. tca..i....iii- - n.. . LAWYERS ir.j,vi. nr f & Cq00'riTfitte-J-.GIenn- - ehalrroanj Secretary, c. C M. Crowe and Dr. E. B. Pendletonf fmbT!r',TIor Cou"C". T. R. Bean, TV. or. W. B. BIMg.' e. p. MoorS. ' Fen Dar-IJlnar- d, J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY Ohio County ," JOB WORK d2v fn RELIGIOUS 6VCTYu SERVICES. WE DO THE a SATISFACTORY KIND sss ffytafr rnn."" .......... nifd Wed.5"ferJ2u " vyery"runer." "DV pastor. Suiidalr S? School o0!11 ta C,h"rch-Servl- ces p All Matters Given Prompt Atten"Lst an1 thlrd Snn- PENSION AFFIDAVITS A "ni. ouuuay ocnooi r.n tion. nevrviVgt, piss.? SPECIALTY. Sunday sunuay School oTeawB. OTTO C. MARTIN S. P. McKENNEY d. .oa-1-1- ? ssi stjl-lsjih- rf pastor. eanh mlIrChrS,1rv,ce" SECRET ' m- - t.ii " ",u" V.. and 7 every fourth . Sunday . a- - ""em Martin & flrst Sunday in McKeif Hartford,, Ky. SOCIETlEa . i m y, m5.arll?.rd. LodGe No- - W. - & A. M.i first and third Monday each month. Owen Hunter, W.night in M.. U P. Foreman Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. 110. R. A. M. meets every third Saturday Hte6 Priest"; General Insurance Life, Accident, SicR $mAJ&"? J55rtford chapter :,;:?" """.""B" and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YQU. , O. E. S.. wunn even-wiMrs. S. A. Anderson, juonaay Miss W.M. .... TrmtcY. TTI,. r A.i w, o. E4, No.' -J -- g, c ..... iimgius or Jf ' rualer' A Of R. & S. Hartford Tent No. 89, K. O. T. M.. every first and third Thursday ""Wt? night R. D. Walker. CommanOer: p. Foreman, Record Keeper. Sunshine Hive No. , L. O. T. M. meets every first and third Friday night In The Contemplation of rv,a.mont5; Wr,s- - ,Attye' Grtffln.Lrldy Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Carpenters and Joiners local No. 1881. Beauty mes is.1 Saturday night in each SKS' Pre6,; W" D Luce Se"' there la no charm that a woman is Treai. prouder of than a pretty set of toeth Beauties who lack thlB, essential and K aran1 wihoee front teeth are a dlsfJgurc-maa- t, CT Mruarnett'secreta. No. have bridge work Inserted,, as Ohio Tribe 8ecoJ?d 1SS. Imp. Order Red and fourtn 'WednesIt cannot be distinguished from tho day night In each month. James C. Ben- A" E" Pate Chlct of We are experts In Rocorda?Chen, natural teeth. VT. O. orown and bridge work, sold Inlays ..Hatford CnmP, Tnomas W. No. 202 Con-w- ! Williams; Clerk. C, '"vSficfc and plate work. Preston Morton Post No. 4. G, A. R.. Written guarantee on all work. SatSaturday befoFi rneet'n ln each month. jt isfaction In every particular. I JF:f&cx ",e Ash-Ad- SUMMU Ii lMkwBwslV.' nB03-BO- S .. all ccuntntt, r uo Xte, WtoUila TU1T D1V. uTrflMthfnH.AMM..rii,r1" ciDcnuv And iim tou tn iticou oeuuiwuvt. FREE . ror L;: en ttRtjHiir m JVWH 4vcuv, rercrt ,- -. . ...,rf, BUR f55NQ RtrCFlCNCC8.trorfrtOnld . an -- -" P m - - mr " "l.b mm w- - DR. H. J. BELL, DENTISX, Offiee in Republican Bldg. hfii'ftfCommander; ri"iaiwday ' A. S. J- - M. Rogers, and KILLthe COUCH WITH : v'wy CURE the LUNGS of E. Botl- - Phoneii Hartford, Ky. National Officers; d.Sa5f:tnd.a8Urer-- SOfficers: D' Kump' te Dr. King's New DiscoYery FOR SPECIAL OFFER: katM N(r TtUi AtrUlwUl U I wocia-- SEEDS' s sees succeeoi . GILLESPIE BROS. mm 1 UtteflnMtiTul.l 9M Pfiui'Hww te-ds- y; BIm. uh you ov peraaotot etuunoer. Prue CollectVo .''ijrtiiMvl PienOM M1M--M . T"i"r 'i,MwilDM TB( UM, I WrHt eilAKANTEEB TO PLKAtE. CUICtlM W kU. to-w- lt: kleontUftaa.Mktnf w4iclTt4UTjBahl tug Mtmmm m nth mmmm ifWif nn mwmm nornm wrwwTjn 1 rfArWrMAW,krW SEND K) CENTS Wl Mentha this Pster. Henderson county vico President" Tmis3' 1obcrUon McLean county, Sec.- Warren C0Unty State O?ga.!lier?0en,C, n?,n?o'Allc?t. Henry county, and C0Un,y' Ass'B,t ate Board of Directors Ben Watson, . Barnett. Ohio coun-tA. H. Brooks, Bracken county; It. is. nftrllr county, and J. F. Uoiw, Muhlenberg county, y: C8r,SP8 VBh. - WB ALL THROAT AND IUN6 TROUBLES. GTJARANIXXD SATI8FA0Z0JIT wujijh &MXVMDMO.- HAVE YOUR SUITS se B MmtrmfflLti U M1 W4 smhim M WWM Ctf SMM fUpv rui 1 Ohio County Officers: S. L. Stevens, Pre.. Beaver "enry Pirtle, Sec. Hartford. Dam.Ky. Ky. D. Ford, Treas., Hartford, ky. OOUNTr BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford.Ky. L L- - B, Tl9henor, Hartford, R. p. n. No. S. S" Ky. I' M. 9: Msrtford, Reynqlds,ky: 3. 8. Patterson, Olaton, U Alforu. White Run. Ky. i- Richard I'lumjr. Taylor Mlnee.Ky. 8. J. U Brown, Rockport. Ky, Cleaned i Pressed Dye- ing vr . Horseshoeing a Specialty. aftrftfOfi (A, -- S6 C&rsst-ycfttfnsA- Wfy fr?Vii eepng ? -- bsr8rts tPUNTFUL 'XTrr''x jo . rurAD. k?' special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Glut, Y, M. C. . ULTXi., ing neatly done. Ladies work giyen Repairing and $;, jBmwjfog Gfrjfy Wm HartTofar Kf 2LWmZ' HAH'ORD, KY, I j. inA. I. Si Strong Healthy Women , IIMJSEHLB HELPS. (A Special Department .. to tfif, d healthy la a womanly wy, modi-rltoe- d mshm to her but iittls sueferiii. Tha trouble lie women suffer from weakness and hi the tort OitlweWyjeatmae bti(mwb sad are unfitted Je aorturfaood. Tkla Ma be remedied. K wmhw for Our - Imn It th,iy JTSP'" Housekeepers. Contributions Accepted.) Br, Pierce's Faverite Prescription ' Cnf Mm wiihuiM tad tffeerders ef women. MM eKreedy M Ae delieato mad N 'FavwJre PretortjMtoa" banishw the IndUpoaitletw o the Hi period of espeetaaey and makes baby's advent easy and aainlem). It quickens aad vitalizes the femieina 'ttteet erfaM, and lasures a healthy and robust baby. Thousands of women hare testified to Its marvelous merits. M Makes Weak Women Stroag. It Makes Sick Women Well. Honest druggists do not offer substitutes, and urge them upon you as "Just good." Aeeept do secret nostrum in plaoo of this M remedy. It g eeatala not a drop of alcohol and not a grain of or injurious drugs. I ' pure glyoerio extract of healing, native American roots. non-stcrhabit-formin- !,, m noiaernooa, nw ngvrutM, latperteat tkm sM nsajuajl (Ken A COMPARISON. e-- MirWAsvoonfubj ot soda, ueingawsot siWcwtie teaspoonful of eaH, cupful motaasea. MMiod: Jt aad Blft fche dry IngretHente; add ttw meVikwn and milk and ntlr until mixed, and turn into a moWateottthalf or fuH.Put ,Wd tightly and stoam oontin-tttU- lr en ,or five hours. Hft the lid to al!wfh'o bread to cool, und at tis-l- g mln-ute- e. ttm bake for twenly-ftv- e throe-(piArUra d two-thirds For Sale eoorrlf Mil ta in ai vli H'Mihglon monty anaejltn irjxiitni. &. Aufaw - f rMf i pixii l I trad mrkJL I i. eoiiNTniea. Real Estate! CO Acres ot the finest Rough river bottom land located threo miles west' of Hartford. About 20 acres la cnltl- -' vatlon. Good dwelling and out build' lngs. A bargain for $i,2G0. r W,I PatMt Mil IftfringtmMt POKtfc Exc!ulvly. Wtt or mole to nfl Bi M math ItrMt, m. Vtllwt.ltotM Meat WASHINGTON, D. C. 0c,l fc A single motion is Quicker to make SPEED Straight-lin- e, key-for-every-character than two. is needed to Only I make any one motiondesired the character on complete, keyboard of the easy action light running, Model 10 Smtnrioier Write lot information to The Smith Premier' Typewriter Company, Inc? 4ST. L0UIS.M0. FStentS Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers Book on patents. "Why some inventors fail." Send rough Sketch or model for search of Patent Office records. Our.Mr. Greeley was formerly. Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such had full chargejof the U. S. Patent Office. "Hints to inventors." "Inventions neeaed." GREELEY & MANURE trrol j--jM l l INCORPORATED WASHINGTON, T. C 51 (oWl m2mtZZmt OUR CLUBBING RATES. ..$1.35 1.60 . 1.75 Reptblican and St. Louis 1.25 ,. Republican and Home and Farm.. 1.75 Republican 3.25 Thi Republican and Louisville Daily Herald.., 3.25 The itsPUBUCAw una .uauy uwensooro inquirer Ojboro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ooean and Farmer $1.25 al Globe-Democrat andTwioe-a-WeekOwensboroInquirer ! t Republican and Louisville Herald Republican and Courier-Journ- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. f " equal i- - '' pound. Three and a half cupful of eora dmow or refund luitiea. meal equal 1 pound. Draughon s competitors, by not accepting MiiTlY TPPTNT lw hk propoeition, concede that he teaches mere flvro level tablezpooHtals equal 1 11 U keeping' in three montns than they do in six. Draughon can con-yo- ouwe. TNo teaeups patfced soft butter pound. A IUTi 76 per cent of, the United States Court Report are a One aad a halt euptuls ot JHrm butUK 111 era write the system of Shorthand Draughon ter are a peuivd. teaetws, w they know it is THE, BEST. BROWN BRBAD. CATALOGUE and booklet "Why Learn Telegraphy?" For FPBI One eupfal el ryeaieal, oae cupful of explain all. call on or write JOHN F. DRAUGHON, President. eorsHMtl, oaeeupful ot gFahaar flour DRAUGH01TS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE, two eupfuk,ef,'er'illfc or sue and tfeeMwHer cupfute ot aweat milk, ADUCAH, NAJHyiIXB,,8T. LOUIS, Sf BINQFIMJ), MBtiPKM. TSVAMiVILLB, tbreVquartera tahlupooaXul soda or Draufkon?give8 contracts, backed by chain of 30 Colleges, $300,006.0 capital, and 19 years' succean, to secure position under reasonable con Good Positions V AlilvlVr fi'DTH All II A moat without taJrMi la like a kiss that has len t by wafl. (Judge. AY SOUP. .DELICIOUS A "Iwrbartan" has opened a at St. Poteratourg, iwhero the aUplo d I slice ono of roota and Iwrfea. A tfcjltcloua and substantial "hay eoup' las provided. TJIIS 13 A FUNiNY" WOULD. We meat a man wh takes to hard drink Ju3t bocausa he didn't got the girl, aad then wo meet another Tvho preelsts In drinking hard Just he gat bar. ANCESTRAL. PRIDE. Sir Thomas Ovorbury of London once wmarkod: "The man who has nothing to boast of but his ancestors Is like a potato the only good belonging to lilm Is underground." CHEESE PUDDING. Butter a baking dish and lay thin alloos of bread on tho bottom and sides. Over the bread lay alloea of eeasoa with aalt American ohoese, and cayenne peppor, and add a pinch of baking soda. ReP3at till the dish U full, and then pour on milk enough to Just cover, and grate cheese over the top. Bake It In a hot oven for about half an hour, and $rvie a once-DATE PIE. d of a pound of suCook gar dates with two cupfula of milk for tweaty minutes In fche top of a double boiler. Strain and rub through a eleve, then add two egg3 and of a teaspoonful of salt and a tow gratings of nutmeg. Bake In a qulak oven at first to set rim, decrease the heat afterwards, as the egg and milk in combination need to be cooked at a low temperature. A SHADOW PHENOMENON. It Is quite possible for a man to walk away from his shadow In the crude oil districts, of California, where the oil Is stored In huge uncovered tanks built In the ground. The best Is In tlmo for the demonstration the morning or evening, when the shadows cast by the sun are long. A person takes a position on to edge of the reservoir, so that his shadow Is cast on the surface of the oil. After standing there for a few minutes he moves away, and the dark lened spo made by. 'the shadow re mere mains for several minHtes. are many theories advanced In explanation of tills phenomenon, but they are not altogether satisfactory. The matter is, however, being given, som attention, and explanations will In all probability be forthcoming at no distant time. BIG ICE ORBAM. Make a custard from the yolks of five egs, one cupful of sugar, one of salt and three cupfuls of milk. Strain add 1 pound of figs finely chopped, cool and add- - one tablewpoonfuls of vanilla. and one-ha- lf Add the whites of flye eggs beaten cup-fu- ls until stiff and one and one-ha- lf of heavy c&arn beaten until stiff. Freezi (using three parts of flnely-cru'shIce to one prt of rock salt) and then carefully mold. FJIUITS IN BLANC-MANG- E BORDER. Put 2 ounces of gelatin Into three pints of water and let It boll fw.halt an hour; then strain It Into one and a halt pints of cream and sweotsn It. Flavor In accordance iwlth the fruit to .be used, boil up once, let It settle and turn it into a border mold wot with cold water. When ttrni turn the blanc mange out on a flat dish and heap preserved fruit In the apace In the center, Almost any preserved fruit can be used in this way. CORN MEAL GRIDDLE CAKES. Beat two eggs light and. stir into them a teaspoonful each of salt and baking soda, th'o latter dissolved In a tablespoonful of boiling water; two tablespoonfuls of molasses and one ta blespooniul of molted buttor or lard. Now boat lny alternately a quant of buttermilk and a half, cupful of flour. When smooth and froi from lumps, beat In enough corn meal t make a goed batter. Try a spoonful on fche griddle, and It too tola add more eora moal, - WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. A" dash f pepper la tea. se one-thirone-quart- er ed on9-uart- Jl aTRAWjBBRRY StlRUB. Ovw, throe quarta of hulled lxrrle, pour mifflotont vlnognr to Just cover let etatid for two days, then kiraln ft all the liquid without pressing. Pour it over a second lot of berries lot stand as bofora and drain a ate-6ntime, thun moaaure. For one quart, tako ov?r half a cupful ot wat- r, aad to It oho of whole olovor and trwo taWeeiwonfuls of broken stick cinnamon and sim mer gently f6Y flftoon minutes. Strain, .pressing hard, add to the measured vinegar, and bring to a boiling-poin- t Add 2 pounds of granu-laio- d sugar, boil ten minutes longer and .bottle. A fow t&bkspoonfuls to a tumblur ot water make3 a delight ful Bvunnwr drink. Journal of Agri culture. ' A tobl-svootn- a 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE We havo 4C0 acres of flno bottom land Srorn one and a half to two-miles of Hartford, part of it with timber. Also about 75 acres of upland belonging to tho aamo tract Terms oasy story frame A now ono and one-ha- lf bulldlsg with five rooms and large rocptleoa hall, built out of tho best Situated on Clay solccted material. and Fredrlca streots, Hartford, Ky. Lot 00x205 feet Flno well of soft water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. , 1233333 Thadc Marks COPVRIQHTS AC. Aoron nllnr sketch and deaerlntlnn mar qnlcklr atoarUIn our opinion free whether an InTentlon la probably piitentablfliConimunlca. rwivusuuil iionanncttToonaaenuai. ant free. OMwt aiener for aecuniiff patent. Patent taken tbrouah Munn A Co. recall tpiettU rutlC4, wlHiout churuo. In tua Designs oarni4 Scientific Hmcricati. A handiomely Itlmtraled weeklr. of anr eclentiua Journal, Termn, 1 a yenrj four monttn. L BoKtDrall neraleiileni. tjreot ORANGE CUSTARD. HBHIIACo.""" Orasdi Offlae. 3S . New York F DU Waenlaaton, D. O. Poel and cut up two oranges In dlah you are to servo- - desert from Pour, ovor thorn the following custard:" . One and a half cups ot milk, a heaping tablespoon of cornstarch, a plnoh ot salt, two tablespoons of sugar, two eggs. Heat milk la double boiler, saving out a lititK to make a smooth paete with cornstarch. Add this io the hot milk and let It steam 15 minutes or even longer. A thorough cooking U necessary to destroy the raw taste ot the staroh. Cream the yolks of the egs sugar and salt, then add to the milk and cook for a minute or lijvo. Remove tnom the stove and add the beaten whlte3 and the flavoring. Flavor with eae and a halt tablespoons of sherry wlno or teaspoon of vanilla. Pour ono-ha- lf over oranges, chill and serve. Subscribe for The Republican $1.00 per year. nlna rem two story dwelling Centertown, Ky., has good cistern, good cellar, never falling well of water, good stable and other out buildings, ono acre lot of ground. A jplendld location for family residence and hotel, price and terms reasonable. Apply to ! BARNETT & FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Ky. Good In POSITIONS GUARANTEED you for our graduates. As soon as wa get tbe required number of studonts this offer will bo withdrawn. So wrlto at once for particulars. position If GUARANTEE need WE will unreal soon. Ws the a many more you enormous demand at onoe to supply ( OEO. vr. sonwARTz PMINOirAl. "Kl r CJLjiu. 4 !&" . BUSINESS COIiLiEGE UfOOarOBATao KSTAnusnuD ISO TiOUlSVITjZiE, KY. Terrible Train of Troubles. Lake Charles, La, Mrs. E. Four-nie-r, ,516 Klrby street says: "The month beforo I took Cordul I could hardly walk. I had backache, headache, pain In my leg, chills, fainting spoMsvslck siomaoh dragging feelings and no patloace or course. Slmce .taking Oairdui, I have no more pain, and fool good all the time." TaJce Cardul and ot tlie benefit of the peculiar herb ' ingredients, .which have been found ,90 efficient for iwomanJy His-Otit9f"'ioeople have done tlie testing Jramm&T WANTED put It to -sample Latest Model "Itnnjjet' fnmnhed by uj. Oarazeau mvtmherm ar nuldnsr money list ti'rittJorfHUpzrticulrt,Hj:ftculojferatoiv. 9i wt.nip flu inuHKi UEUKii'UuunuiyourcceireandapproveoiyourDiCTCie. to anyone, anywhere in the 3 ,S.jvttuHt a ctnt &pott in advance, trtpxy frttht and allow TEN UAVS' rUKE TUlALdunnenhich tine you may ride the bicycle and you you any ft RIDER AGENT. it IHUCHTOVm T6uptWli'R)ylneiir exprtehc5. Try E-2- 2. It v- - V YOU WILL BE ASTOKlSHEflrtudylK ijwfrtctt we can nuke you this year. We sell the highest grade bicycles for lets money than anv other factonraVWe are iitianed with 1.00 croSt a bar a fictnnr cost. BlUYCLK DKAI.KUS. yoa can sell our bicycles under your own nims plate U our Dnces. Urdecs felled, the dav received. aBI I laW QOUDIO SECOND II AND U1UYCLK3. We do not rezuhrlv haad4a seoond hand btrvcles. buf In tuusllr hare a number on han takenGftfi trade bv our Chicago retail stores. These we cLur oof ' rtrnmntiv t nrirM ramrirur (mm S3 M nr tSll). nctrnnnvft rwnyjfn Iifi iniito'i frc. lnK wheels, lininrtel roller chain and peilil. parts, repairs tn4 vOASTcR"DKArtdf equipment of all kinds at ks'f th usual rtUtl frutt. wish. If test are thsn not perfectly aitufied or da not wub. W Keep the bicydd ship it hick to ui .it oar expenss and ttm -.uillnot tut etu tint. . . CAOTflDy PDlPrC We luml" the lushest grade bicycles it is possible to maki rniVba at one snull profit above actual factory cost. Yoa save middlemen's profits by buytn? direct of us and have the manufacturer's guar to NOT UUY a bicycle or a pair of tires from anyam antee bslund your bicycle. at any frict until you .receive tur catalogues and leam our unheard of factor trictt and rtmarkaSU tfacial ojftrt to rider agents. rnvivni $i 10 ft CENTERTOWN. of May 24. Miss Beachle Taylor, Morgan town, Is visiting Miss Mary Mc Kinney at this place. of Mr. Jim Tlohenor, and family, Matanzas, visited L. W. Tichenor nt this place Monday. Miss Bbttle Condlt, who has baen visiting relatives at Prentls, has re turned homo. Mr. H.' H. Davis, who has been visiting relatives at Louisville, has re turned home. Mr. David Oldham visited friends at Small ho us last week. Mrs. Clevo Heflln, ot Horton, Ky., is visiting f deads and relatives at this place. Miss Aura Tichenor OM HECGETrlORH norc a sample pair jk eci c.ucai me PUNCTURE-PROO- F TO INTRODUCE, of J MM J Thi trice thtu Ss' S3 JO rerular rrtail ta introduce &lirtt it will ttr fair, but Ullyouasampupjirrtjrti.trAcainuiiRoraerit I0 r. MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS, Tacks or Glass wilt not lot the air out. Slitv thousand oairs sold list rear. emwmkmx BVsaaaaanSS9atfBaVaiB J U OltLr M ,f Over two hundred thousand pairs now la use. who has been re- visiting relatives turned home. Mrs. L. W, t; list. Mrs. Ben, ' Is visiting-th- e in Wand, has nichenor Is oa the sick McKenny, of Paducah, family of Foster and easvridin?.vervdurableand!inediuside with a special quality of rubber, which never becomes aavsaaaaajajsajaHiaavavavavavav iaBBBjBBBa aw DO rouiand which closes up small punctures without allow. ' Notloe the thick robber trtad, In? the air to escaDe. We have hundreds of letters from satis. I I "A" and puncture strips "Ilf Sedcustomers stating that their tlreshaveonlybeca pumped and "D," also rim strip "Iii or twice in a whole season. They weigh no more than jpouce inordinary tire, the ounctureresistlncaualitiesbcineciyen ffs to prevent rim outtlne. TUUr tire wUl outlast any other by several layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the make-SOF- T. ELASTIC ani tread. The regular price of these tires is $A 50 per pair.bu t f or E.V3V niUINU. idvertising purposes we are inalcing a special factory price to the rider of only $4 80 per paar. All orders shipped same day tetter is received. We ship C. O. D. on approval. You do not pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as represented. We wiH allow a cash lUcount of s per cent (thereby making the price 84.05 per pair) If yen! You run no risk, in send FULL, GASU WITH OltDElt and enclose this advertisement. sendinsr us an order as the tires nuv be returned at OUlt emeuse If for anv reason thevari- not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as in bank. It you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they win ride easier, run faster,' wear better, last longer and look finer than any (ire you have ever used or seen at any price. We know that you will be so well pl;aed that when you want a bicycle you will give ui your order We want you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer. aon ' " aa" ",ncl al price until you icna lor a pair 01 ar a Hedgcthoru functure-l'roo-f "' tires on armroval and trial at w theSDeci: Introductory price quoted above: or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which describes and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices. uuYiNQabkrvcla but write us a postal today. UO or pair of tires from anyone until the new wTlff onlya costs a postal to learn every thing, you know mm. aad wonderful , write it oilers we are making. It jrscpr0jMadeinallsizei. nislivelr fgl nttU jTiCO ... IW nit I J. L huttumhuf 1 tula, week.. Miss Gen&va Curtis, who has been visiting the family of T, M. Hatcher, has returned ta her home soar Rook-por- t, C. Jaokson, who has been very sick Js better at this writing. Mrs. H, II, Davis Is on the sick list. Mrs. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILlj J. .i Four-Fifth- s oi Your Store Patrons CASTOR I A Tor Iai&ats and Children. The Were Won by AdvertisingAnd Four-Fifthof These Would Be s KM Ym Hiyi Always Ought Lost if You Stopped Advertising! Newspaper advertising i3 a part of all worth-whil- e a part of it which patrons particularly value. For keeps hem in touch with your your sales, tho it arrival of new stocks, the showing of novelties, the buying opportunities which your store must croate for its friends. The advertising becomes the link botween the store and its clientele. They expect'the store's advertising to SERVE THEM "not now and then," not partially; but ALWAYS, and fully! To aurtail the advertising in volume or frequencywould make the same impression on them as though you moved into smaller quarters and cut down your force of olerka and workers. To INCREASE your advertising to make it more complete as "store News," as a "market letter," as a bulletin of bargains will have the effect of enlisting a day, and of winning anew all lot of new ef the okl one! store-service Boars the Signature of C&zM&4 pro- So Sudden. She had not dreamed he would store-event- s, spoonful.". Two , . t r - ' '.'' mpful-ofaiasltreu- '." pose; k . And thief is' her onfesslon: She bore hravely ta the cloao, Then her Eugene ,C. Dolson, in Juua Woman's Home Companion. kt' sUl A would Peep Into tho Pocket. bau $ I show the box of Buoklen'a Arnica Salve that E. S. Loper, a carpenter, otMarilk, N. Y., always carries."! have tuwar bad a cut, wound brulsv, or" sore it would net soon heal." lie writes. Oreateet healer ot burns, bolls, sealds, chapped hands and Upa, fever-sore' eoaema, iewST aa5' pTleis. aCo" at all drugkts.4 ,! m s, skin-eruptio- stwe-friends-eve- ry .ftrrMr faaBgHstv4aaSMaasl BIG S , c-- SELLING OFT Our stock has been reduced to $5,000. We do not want to move any goods, therefore have decided to continue our Sale 30 days more. You don't realize what bargains you are missing by not attending this sale. If you, did you would have been. Others have carried away bargains so can you. The goods must go. We are now selling 25 per cent, less , than before. Come and see our goods before going ejsewhere. Remember Sale Continues Until July 1st. Hartford, Ky. J. ROSENBLATT, Door to of THE STORK THAT SATISFIES. "We &xe JMeixt B. No-Cro- ek T3eml: IHCetrtrtforcl. Retieor 1. Baseball News. Members of Company Hartford Loft on base3 10. ify. . "H." Qual- ) In a reosnt r3pont to tha Adjutant Two base hits Ptora for Hartford General made by Col. Moffat, actand S. Chamberlain for NoCreok. bstween the The game Friday Three base hits If. King for Hart- ing Inspector "Small Arms Practice," Co., "H"- - iha3 a splendid record as .Leans was one of the ford. Fats and compared with the obher organizamast interesting games of the seaiTlma two hours. tions of the Guard who Hook the son. . Wltih a few exceptions all of Umpire Prof. W. R. Hedrlck. "Target Shoot" last year, in this rethe players iwere "raw material'' Dr. H. S. Sandera for thLmnsand port the company holds fourth place and this caused the more amusement Xor the large crowd of spectators. Mr. R. R. Riley for the Fats were in the number of qualified workman The score resulted 8 to C In favor of star first basemen In the game last otc, turned out, occupying first place Friday. Sanders would often catch In the 3rd Reg., and belgn beaten the Leans the ball raith his bare hand and put only by throe companies from the A game had bdeni scheduled for Sat- his man out. Kentucky Mountain regions; whoso urday afternoon with Hartford vs. members aa a matter of fact, are Theodore Richardson, of Barretts expected to shoot well. The company Hickory. Lata Thursday afternoon Ferry, pitched a few innings for tho was greatly handlcaped tSv game mias called off by the Hickduring the ory team. Since that time a gam, Leans Saturday. He Is deaf and shoot lat year as the excessive has "been arranged with Beaver Dam. dumb and has a remarkable under- rainy weather kept the range In bad It has not 'been decided uy the, man-age- standing of baseball. He was one of condition and also a number of the of the two teams where the the players at Iea3t that could not be best shots in tho Company were .same will be played but It Is thought rattled by rooters for the Fats. away at the time, doing active serIt will be played at Hartford. It Is hard to find a better or more vice In the "black patch." Twelve KY. 43t4 wae umpire for the conscientious umpire than Prof. W. of itho members qualified and each Col. Barnett a The most common cause of insom same between the Pats and L3ans R. Hedrick. This Is a position that is of tee will snortiy be, siren exceedingly hard to fill and many medal showing their qualifications. nia is disorders of the stomach. Friday. Ho had a hard time of It, Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Jor both tioams were never satisfied people who could, act in this capacity Tho qualifying were: Capt expert Jlltleman, Tablets correct these disorders and en DaWeeae refuse to do ao, because tdwycan not with his decisions. who was also a member of '.the Rifle able you to sleep. iFor sale !by all please everyone. ai Team which represented Kentucky In druggists. Joe Miller did valuable service for the .National Shoot at Camp Pyry, the Loans last Friday. He not only When you have rheumatism in your .played center field to a perfection but Ohio last year. foot or instep apply Chamberlain'sr Lin FOR FLETCHER'S materially assisted tho umpire In The following who qualified as iment and you ,will got quick relief. I .making decisions. Owen Hunter also marksmen. It costs but a quarter. Why suffer? tried this "stunt" but couldn't have .Sargt C. B. Shown, Strgt. Wm., C. For sale by all druggists. m Receipts For Sale. LUes, Corpl. Ben H. Bennett, private much "luck" and tried to get Joe Wo have quite a lot of subscrip soiled out of the game. A Lifetime Trouble. Ira Allen, private Ivan Allen, private tion receipts to The Republican that Ben Ben Blair, Private Joe Chapman, Ingram, Texas "Ever since I be fThe second team of Beaver Dam we would like to sell at once. Look Private W. D. Gray, Private Jessu came a woman," writes Mrs. E. ?,l. 'played the second team of Hartford on the label of your pap3r and you Hoagland, Private Marvin Warner, Evans, of ithls place. "I suffered from lere Saturday afternoon. The game can tell how much you are owing to Private Harlan Wlgglngton. womanly trouble. Last, fadl, It got nas onti-sldfrom ,tika beginning and this paper. For further Information The order providing for the shoot so .bad, I had to abay in bod for near- ended with a score of 27 to 11 in fa- call on or address. which was to have bean at Hartfoid ly a week every month. Since taking vor of Braver Dam. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, has .ben revoked and three out of Cardui, 1 feci batter .than I have for Hartford Ky. the ten days encampment to be held yoaxs." you can rely on Cardui. PreWhen It corned to pitching, Phjtrs at Orull, Ky., during the last of July pared o3poclaUy for women, it relieves Dam 13 the man. He at Beavr Notice to Creditors. will ,bo used In target shooting ex- womanly pain, by acting on the cause his home team Saturday and Creditors County clusively. However, it U the inten- - and builds up womanly stfenjh wher of the Ohio defeated Hartford, and then pitched Xor the first team of Hartford and Bank will please come forward and tloa to construct a range near 'Hart- - it Is most needed. Purely (vegetable. settle tiler indebtedness. Mild, but certain In action. Try it. It Is my fonl. ad expend the amunltiori defeated NoCroslc. and the desire of everybody lotted to the company, between now At your druggists. 1 The Old's will play the New's tills connected with the ban!: to have dlv- - anQ 'ne encampment, so as to train ' afternoon,. A game eiual in fun and Idends declared to the depositors as tne members to do better shooting playing to the Fats vs. tho Loans hist speedily aa possible Tbis cannot be at 0re11 C.'-.Friday afternoon is exacted. SHOWN. First Lieut. creditors of the bank The done unless linu-u-p of the two teams U as fol- will assist by meeting their obliThere is more Catarrh in this seclows: The Olds: C. 0. Hunter p; O. gations. tion of the country than all other A. E. PATE, Assignee. Owen 3b; B. Carpenter cf; F. Robeit-o- n 29tf diseases put together, and until the ss; A. J. Harnett PI and lb; Dr. last few years was supposed to be In- ft Bell c and manager; W. Wakeland .For a great many years curable. 2b; J. C. Her If; Guy Forrester rf; FOR FLETCHER'S doctors pronounced It a local disease 33. Thomas, It. D. Walker and R. 11. and proscribed local remedies, and IlUey substitutes. IMie News: J, T. J by conutautly falling to cure iwlta lo.Moore ab; Jamus Lyons c, E. M. s; H cal treatment, pronounced it incuraWoodward cf; II. S. Sanders lb; E. ? ble. Science has proven catarrh to be Barrass as and manager; Frod a constitutional diseaso and therefore fi rCooper 2b and p; C. B. Smith rr and ti requires constitutional treatment. p; John Danel rf and p; A. i i Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by Yolscr, If; & Co.. Toledo. Ohio. is . F. J, Cheney When one has to turn the tuo ouly constitutional cure on (the 'Theamg of KoOreek vs. Hartfoid u '31,Ukfial ,nt?a,l5? in Saturday was hotly contested and light very high to see to n to a teaspoott- , . the first four Innings looked as It Hart Wlieil he has to hold the print Ml. It aolB dlreotly on the blood and out, ford would win The NocreU boys got dawn to butter team work too far away from his eyes; mucous' surface of the system. They J and Kradually crawlod up on the Hart when he has hold the print Tor Cord itoi'a until the end or the ninth Jantog when .the scone stood 8 to under his nose; when his eyes cuiars and testimonials. 'S. 1 was then necessary to play an- ache or water; when he has Addre8a: p-- J- - ciibnhv & oa, other inning and NoCroek wvnt to which headache ,u h'y nTassiaU, 7riC. Jbat. When NoCreek had made two powders won't CUre; when fc (Take Hall's Family Pills for con- routs in the tenth liming and the in man at 'tho bat made two strikes the things look misty or double; stlpation. .umpire called a certain ball a foul, when his eyes trouble County Organizer and Maaagw nihe viaitora denied that this was a i Kirv? ur mm .foul and refused to play auy more, fliiti lunir if ia ma Ait I A iMug Fraternal intmraw on Situs Vy tho rules fonfeltlng the game have them examined. der dwlrea a reliable white laaa to to Hartford, which would make the te have an testing tako charff9 0. ,ta w0ltk . thlaGmm. xatne 8 to 0 in favor of Hartford. The Hartford boys were anxious to Outfit and Can supply your ty to lutroduce the Order solleit- but members collect monthly dues engtm Xt ike .matter straightened out, TJho wants. Consultation free. Ise lodges ii)olat and mauage to no avail woro their effort, following a onw of the details of and so on. No previous experience ia needed as . 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