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Subscription $1 per Year HAHTFtfRD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FJRIDAY, JUME 9, 1911.. nopolls, Md and has accepted. He will take the examination on June 20. BOOTLEGGER GOES TO JAIL. Morganfield, Ky., June 7. Gibson of SturgU, was flnod $G0 and costs on two soparato charges ot boot laglcg by a Magistral, He was un able to pay his fine and twos brought to Morganfield and placed In jail. KILLED BY TRAIN. Dixon, Ky., June 4. The lifeless body of Robert T. Mitchell was found lying on the tracks of the Louisville and Nashville railroad near Ky., and it Is supposed be was kill ed by being struck by a train. Mitch- el is survived by a widow and four children. N0.4T LOST PRISONER WALKS INTO THE PENITENTIARY Makes no Effort to Escape Set tence ablo to be moved, into the counthoM). OHIO COUNTY WINS YIDNG MAN STRUCK So. with JUdge Chief sitting in his nnnv .(-- nn fha Acu nt fhn flllrtWIlllf ' OUT IN BAIRD CASE BY TRAIN AT DEANFIELD KENTUCKY OIL FIELDS and with the grand Jurors arranged ade of the in rows beneath the grtt trees la the courthouse yard, the session was aponed and the coun- Great Victory for the County In Is Taken to Fordsville for Medi- WMten and Northern Counties ty atornoy delivered the change wifrh cal Attention Man Attempt-.--i Winning Suit Saved of Payall the solomnlty &at usually accom Siow Results Newcomers panies the opening of court. ed to Calmly Waits for ficer to Arrive. Of- Invest More Capital. O'Rear Speaks at Rassellvllle. Ed RuatriilvIIle, Ky., June y to ward C O'iRear spoke ihere Ho made about about 300 people. the same speech that ho made Sit Hop kinsville, but stated that he bad tried to pitch Ills' campaign upon a high plane and would not descend to personalities nvilUi any man.. He made a good Impression upon, bis audience, many ot whom wore Democrats. ge to-tta- ii - ing Over $11,000 and Cost. Flag the Train. Ky June 4. Considering that the prevailing prices of Kentucky crude oil are tha lowest ever quoted an unusual amount of. tost work la being conducted In various Patriots apart from the established . Itelds. Work In the wo3terni and north erh counties is reaching Important SPMiporiJoBS, oand tho. capital invented In the Industry has been considerably Increased by newcomers, who , are developing untried fields. While the outcome ot the work In fields which, have no tan established pro-- duotkm la a matter of speculation, same progress has been made by the driLl along new lines, and prolific ttelda may be added to Kentucky's source of production. New operators have lately entered several Western Kentucky counties, including Muhlenberg, HopTtlns and Several drills , ltis anWebster. nounced will shortly toe put to (writ lnithesa counties. Some oil and gas has already been revealed by and .Muhlenberg county has gas In commercial qualities. shown Further south, In Logan county, a number of oil wells have been drilled and the field will be further tried Warrea county, out thU summer. f.bbrdenlng Logan, has also shown oil t . and gas in small quantities, aim Ken r tucky operators will drill over leases. Kentucky, We3t In Northeastern Virginia operators have been doing some Important te3t work iln the search for the Barea grit sand. This is the formation which Is s; productive Vn Woat Vlrzlnla! and has been found in tLawren1:ecu6nty.'mheras'eY- fc eral small wells have been drilled. Two ffiigs are now up dn that seofclon. Mason county, on the Ohio river, is also being tested. In Tenniessee Louisville operators bave good prospecting Tipton county, and have good jprospects for oil and gas. Extensive drilling operations will be carried on durlng the summar months. la the established districts, a soar-cit- y v of water for drilling purposes Y ins been a handicap during the past two weeks. No rain has visited the lower Kentucky districts for over a month, and the smaller streams bave run dry, making it necessary to haul water for long distances. The bast of late strikes iwas a twenty-- f in 'the ait Pls-a- h district. Wayne county, drilled by Pennsylvania operators. The1 strike Is close to the proven dlstrlot. Who only other complotlon was a light oiler at Parmleysville. Tho'usual amount of new work has been started lately in the lower Kentucky dlstrlots. Mainly the new work Is close to the established disif iijb tricts. Among new operators Is a New York company, which will drill Hii wr iWn th Parmleysville district. The week in upper Kentucky was featureless, there being no completions. Some now work is In prospect for the Wolfe county fleld,and arrangements "will probably be made to start the drill to moving within the next few days. .Crude oil production maintains a fair average, there being little difbetween the weekly runs. ference Production for a weak past was 9,964 barrel. Prices remain as formerly, 72 cents and 45 cents on the two grades. Lexington, " txro3-peotl- ng Lovers Drown With Others In 4. Six perwere tlrownod in Utah Lake tosons day when the launch Galilee, on which sixteen people were attending a, party given in bonor of tbe approaching marriage ot Miss Vera' Brown and Edivraird B. Holmo3, capsized, Among the drowned were the prospective bride and groom and two children of Capt. Edwin Brown, own er ot tba launch. Utah Lake. Salt Lake, Utah June PRESIDENT OF I. C. VISITS BRICKLAYER BROTHER At Hopkinsville Met two Months ago After Many Years . , Separation. or Hopklnsjrille,-Kyll,Jn9,'4.--F- the m, since1 the discovery two months ago that Qh'arles II. Mark-hawesldent of the Illinois Central HaTlrcad 'aifd John T. Maridiam, the retired brick, contractor of this city are brothers the railroad president visited his brother here y. He telephoned last night ithat he was coming and be anrivied in his private car over the Louisville and Nashville at 5:38 o'clock and the brothers met at 8 o'clock. Their niott Ing was hearty, but not unduly effusive. It had bean expected President Markham would iremaln hero all day, but he left at 10 o'clock going to Nor. tonville and thence over the Illinois Central to Chicago. John Markham accompanied him as far as Dawson Springs where he wllT spend several days. While herte President Markham waff Introduced to a number of the leading business men, visited the local offices of itlie Illinois Central, and was taken for an automobile trip aver the town. iHo warmly complimented the town for its evident thrift, prosperity and boiuty, arid when he left stated he. would pay. frequent visits hero in the fture. Soon after the discovery of the In relationship the broUws mot Memphis and fully established their kinship. This Is their second, meeting They were born at Clanksville. John being several years tho older, and separate soon after the Civil War. and the family going North except John since which all trace had Ibaen lost until the newspapers dn announcing Charles Markhani's election to tho Presidency ot ths Illinois Central gave a sketch of his life. first time to-da- In the United States Circuit Court, for the Western 'District of Kentucky the case of A. B. Balrd vs. Ohio County, was decided 'by Judge Evans, last Friday In favor of Ohio iCounty. The case was tried the first wek in May, at Owensboro, for the second time, having been sent back from tho Circuit Court ot Appeals at Cincinnati, about one year ago. The Is a complete victory for Ohio County, and the attorneys representing the county la the case. Judge Evans decided the case against the county at the first trial and has all along been declined for the plaintiff, but the opinion handed daw.n by tho Court ot Appeals left him very little roam to aid the plaintiff at this trial, saying in his opinion that he had indeavored to be liberal to tlie. plaintiff, in as much as ho considered 10 difficult for him to make out his case under the opinion ot the court. Judge Evans dismissed the plaintiff's petition with cost. 'It has been a long, (hard, uphill fight for the defendants and the couity has really been the party which has been placed In a difficult position to defend its lnter.ts because of the ancient origin of the case and the death of nearly all of the witnesses who could have testified .to material facta for the county. right and Justice However have prevailed and the county is saved an immense amount of cost and the payment of over $11,000.00 as unjust claim as was ever attempted to bo collected. Had XJhlo County lost thlsr case It would have "embarrassed the Plisoal Court In the management of her financial affairs for yeans to come and would have forced the county to go without many needed which can now be" provided for. The result Is a great vic tory for Ohio County and her cltlzene New Lawyer for Hartford A; P. Pryor, a young farmer living near Deanfleld, was stiruck Iby ithe Illinois Central passenger train a fewr miles from Deanflild Monday morning and as a result he sustained two eavsre tractuivfl of the skull, whtoh the doctors who attended him thlnk-arnecessarily fatal. 'ine1 young man was a'anu on tne track and attempted to flag the train, which was running very slowly, In order that his wife might oabrd the train and go to Deanfleld. As the train approached, he stayed on the track and was struok by ithe engine. fThe force of the blow rendered him unconscious and when he was picked up and .placed in the baggage car on the rain, he was bleidlng at the n'os.;, and ears, his head was badly cut and It was at first thought that he was dead. He' iwas takien to Fordsville where the surgijons for the railroad company did eviery thing .that they could for the man and where he is still being- cared for. It Is thought however that the Injuries which he su3taln.-will prove fatal. The man's wife was standing near the tack at the time of the accident and was a witness to the whole affair;.. It 13 stated by ssveral of the passengers that the railroad company was not at fault and that the accident could hardly have been averted. e -- Night Riders in Warren. Bowling Green, Ky., June 6. Night riders visited the home of James C. Haffln, a tenant on 'the farm of C. B. Tucker, near Piano, this county late Saturday night and after scraping three tobacco beds, left a bundle of switches and a threatening letter, In which he was warned not to raise any tobacco this year. Another letter to thl3 effect was reeclved a month ago, but no attention was paid to it, as it was thought to be only a prank. There is no clew to the Identity ot those guilty. O'REAR'S STATITUDE TOWARD LAWLESS Tells Lyon County Voters if ElectPow-e- ed Governor He will Use r to Prosecute all Offenders. Kuttawa, Ky., June 4. Judge E. C. O'Rear, candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor, spoke to a good crowd of Lyon county voters Judge O'Rear has here yestorrday. not been billed to speak but 03 there was a good crowd here he was solicit ed ito discuss the Issues of the day. Many wished to hear him expness hlmsjlf, (especially on fche night rldar question. It has been charged that Judge O'Rear was in. sympathy with the night rider organization in Kentucky, but his speech here left no doubt in the minds of his 'hearers that he is in favor of the full enforcement of the law. 'He pledged himself If Governor to use every effort: In his power to prosecute all offenders against the law, both high and low. Judge Q'Rear met many voters during his short stay here, many oftham being Democrats, and particularly "law and order men" all of ulhom seemed to fel lldndly toward him. present indications Judge From O'Rear will got Lyon county's instructions in the county convention. Thomas B. McGregor, of Marshall county and candidate for Attorney General, (was with Judge O'Rear. Mr. Mc Grogor was the Republican candidate for Representative in the district four yoars ago, and carried the county over John L. Smith, the Democratic nominefe. uU-ct-ed Lyon-iMar-sh- IN KENTUCKY. ... REPORTER Lexington, Ky., June 4. iuy J. Juett, a reporter for the Lexington Herald, was slugwd with brass knucks arly this morning by John Maupln, a Berea negro. Tonight it doveloped that Juett is likely to get a reffiard of $23 offered for the ncsro, who Is wanted in Madison county, both for LUCKY AND UNLUCKY .. . y SSS! JPsW 4siiiKiiiiiiiiiiiSp BlSBsiBlllllllSB HON. OTTO C. MARTIN. The above la a splendid likeness ot Han. Otto C. Martin, Df this city, who has just been graduated torn the Law Department of Kentucky Stato. University, wltih the degree ot Bachel-lo- r of LawB. Mr. Martin Is another ot the native soma ot Ohio County that 'has made a splendid record for himself, his ille Is tho town, and his county, son of and Mrs. 31. U. Martin, and Is ayoungman ot sterling Worth' and splendid abtalaannts. While yet a young man he has received an education and training that many older men sever receive. fTtareo years ago he was graduated from ff and Juett was at lunch In a Greek restaurant when the negro entered the place and sat down on a stool beside blm. Judtt ordered him out and was uphold by the manager. The negro waited outside and attacked Juett. Juett was not much hurt and promptly twtephoniad the police, who locked Maupin up. He has a bad Tecord in house-breaking Franflcfort, Ky., June B. "Has a Deputy Shenlff from BeH county been-here- ? I am William Illh andI ant to serve five years In this place." This rather surprising announcement was made to the cUrk of the pentantary ths morning by a tall, good looking man, who walked into the office at tha entrance of the prison. The guards and Col. E. E. Mudd, the wardjM, began to question tho man, iHe said his name wa3 HU1 and that he had been brought to Frankfort by a Deputy Sheriff from Bell county, but had become separated from the officer, in the croafd about the L. & N. depot Hill esaid bethought the officer had gone on to the penitentiary and as he know the way, Hill wont on to the pris on. As there were no commitment papers the warden could not receive Hill as convict a prisoner and the soon-to-b- e sat on a bench in front ot the penitentiary for an hour watting for Sheriff to appear with That official finally appeared and Hill was admitted as a convict The deputy said he knew that Hill would make no effort to escape and could be trusted, so he'had not paid much attention to his prisoner after, they alighted from the train Tho deputy stopped to talk to an acquaintance he met on the depot platform and becama separated from his prisoner. When he missed Hill he made a short search and then went to the prison, expecting to find Hill there. He in'as not disappointed. Hill killed a man who, it is said, was attacking his father and about to crush his head with a stone. shot another man who started to draw a weapon, after the first killing. The case attracted soiuo attention at the time, and now that Hill has showed his honesty It Is likely that an effort will be made to short-o- u hl3 prison term. the-Depu- ty the-paperHe-als- o CENTERTOWN. June 6. Mlss Lorena Miller, ot Ceutral Grove, visited her aunt, Mrs. 0. M. Bishop last rayiek. Mr. M. G. Snell and family, of this place who have been visiting relatives at Paducah have returned home. ( Miss Barbara Shultz, of Prentls. Is visiting her aunt Mrs. C. M. Swain ot thU place. Misses Jo3le Everlyand Joslo Coff-man, of Point Pleasant, are visit ing Miss Rena Tlchencr this week. ' Ml3s Irene Davis visited friends and relatives at Equality from Saturday until Monday. Miss Inez Tichenor visited relative near McHonry last .week. , Mr. Robert Swain, ot Prentls, was In town last week on business. Little Miss Nellie D. Goodall entertained Friday. Those present were: Ml3ses Laura Whalen, Gertrude and te Irene McMillan, Erma Tichenor, Lee, Annie Reneer, RubyNeal. Faught; Flossie Mason, Rena Tichenor, and Irene David. She received many nice presents, all left for their homes at six o'clock wishing that Nellie's birthday mould come often,. Several from here attended singing at Smallbous, Sunday. Miss Mamie Rone, who has been-sicis improved. Mrs. Flora Klnoheloo and children ot Central City are visiting Mrs. Barney Rowe this week. Mr. Albert Taylor, of McHenry, was-l- a town Sunday on very Important business. Mrs. Uziie OMyn, ot Utioa, is visiting her daughter,' Mrs. E. M. Morton, of this place. Miss Edith Carson and Mr. Herbert Sanders were-- In town Sunday afternoon. Mr. Rex Otlyn and family of Utlca. who have been visiting relatives at this place have returned home. Mr. C. IC Reaeer was In Hartford Menday on business. Mar-gurek Madison county. n T Col. C. M. laraett Selected. Cel. C. M. Barnett. sjnlor editor of The Republican, has been saleofced as oe of tiie managers ot Judge E. C. O'Raar'a campaign for Governor, lia left teat Veek for Louisville and hM eatabllabed headquarters at th Lotvilte- - Hotel, and will be in mat city tb greater portion of the ttoe fer serial weeks. , For this otMty aid eerbaiM he Wwt tlwe the grand jJa toe atato, a aeaataa ofheld In the convened awL Jwiww air. Wwwek ta clow to tb omrtury Ky., 6, akUabe&owci, fkivt Jwyii U, ojw tha iHrstt tfu history Jun kv: of. wuuiM ma&, tkroUr Calf who but Woause jCkcult Jud Ue ill for wm Uw, wm mu- has it ms sot o acooiuit of ttw. lilltlMWH WK Uhi wm hik o, Centertown Bank to Open. ago an application iwas Hartford Oolloge, and while a stumade to Secretary of State Brur dent in that institution did splendid asking that a charter be granted to work, which 'Was favorably mentiontho new bank at Centertown. The ed by the President, Prof. L. N. request was refused, and it was 0 ray. In September following his bhouht that- tho people ot Center-tow- n graduation in Hartford he went to would not et a bank Lxintaa to attend fefie Kentucky Later the Seor.etary of State decid- State University, At that place he ed to gcaut the charter, and has so took one years work in the classical Intormed the stockholders of the new course 'before entering the Law Institution; Itowe, asMr, "Alvin thus fltug hImeeW in a MAOOAaaag observe memorial signee for the Bank ot Oeatentawn, literary Tine for his law work Only Carlisle, Ky., June 4. Maccabees ot was lWrviw6d yeaterd&y aReraoon a few days before graduating from Nicholas Jeoumty and bhla section ot and b stated bhat a meeting of the Kentueky Stefae Unlvrs4ty Mr. .Mar-U- a the Dluoajwmq gathered here lu large went to Cyrttfclan, Ky., where numbers hls afternoon and held tolMdfl was held Tuesday and he .tbeutfbt within less than four be twcowmftiHy paasid one ot the wrvlcea and decorated weoksieiww bank would fee la." meat rigid, bar axamlnatlow ever giv- the gr&v of deceased members in the dUsekMiea f the en, to a member ot a graduatlBcr claw. the CarlMe The principal Bask ot Centertowa the people ot He la naturally 4aloted la Us oboe-- n address was delivered by William eMy have labored hand' to organthat proswles( and tu hta school days Couley. i ise a, wuw bMk, and Jt Is wltttlh at Har tie OeU and at Kentucky graUtieftUoti that they leara thy ftUute Univ(stfcy wan netd for hia i8,;aivKN OADirrsHii'. f tin mojay will gt the qkaHer, Fifty jr-- t Central Cjly, Ky., Jvute 5. David nrai tflrifvil ' wiiugui &t the sioek will be takw toy Ivau-vtyof p. J. Duacan, of this trl&Ai wlH 'bVglad to leara tfe&t Duncan, jMpltattete as was ptaafted oe--" lis has deoUfed to loeato Jm iUrtfwd, couaty, few baea appointed a Une ago. cadet to Naval Awdemy at An- aad wit total muok swaean. A few weeks oper-atlea'gi- iie U KILLING AT RAILROAD CAMP. Jlopklnsvlllo, Ky., June 4. iThe Saturthird tragedy on sucoafislve day nights was the killing of Will, alias "Kid" Davis at a railroad near Casky last night. He was , shot in the head with a shotgun T and killed instantly. Tom Sowers, colored 13 missing and is charged with the killing. Two weeks ago Miss Ella Craved was shot andkllkd, it la alleged, by Her bert Cobb, a suitor, because she woull Albert Leach a Candidate. not marry . him. A week ago, L. L. Albert Leach, of Beaver Dam, who Nlchol3, delinquent tax collector, was has announced In this issue as a canthrown by his horeo and killed. didate for Representative is a native ot Ohio county and wa3 reared TUBEROULOSIS HOSPITAL. on a farm. His father and mother Paducah, Ky June C Arrangemen'a both died before he was three years are bolng made to open the sanato- old. He attended school in the rium on; Jackson's Hill, iwhere tuber- country and at tenward at Beaver Dam culosis will bo toratoi o'n July 1. He Is a miner and has served six The plumbing is noarlng complotlon. years a3 check welghman at TayBeds bave 'been made tor tbe wards lor Mines. He Is a member ot the and the .furniture is ready to be In- Miners Union and has been for the stalled. Tho AntUTuborculosls Asso- past 10 or 12 yoars. He has been seciation Is hurrying to open the san- lected ys a delegate to represent atorium July l, as if it is opened lat- the union at tWf meetings ot tha ter no appropriation will be received operators and the union, on several from the State. Funds are groatly occasions. Mr. Leach Is a Republican needed. Dr. S, Z, Holland was 'elect- and is well qualified to fill the posied a director in place of Dr H. P. tion to which ho aspires. m Sights, who movied to Hopkinsvlllo. Died at Oweasboro. ll, m jt Tho following from the Owensboro Inquirer is concerning the death ot the little child of Rev. Ellis A. Cot-trowho is well known.ln Hartford William Ellis, the son of Rev. and Mrs. Ellis A. Cottrell ot Falmouth, Ky died at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the home of r. J, H. Cottrell, on bis grandfather, Notice. . South Allen street, to whom his Thcwe who have stock to ship will paylBg a vlak. The fumother iwaa neral took place frouvMr. CottieU's please notify toe committee, Thursresidence, conducted by Rev. M. A day or Friday wool delivery day Jeakeas, the inter meat being at Elm- - at Beaver Dam. . W, B. TIOHBOtt. wood cemetery. elght-months-o- ld '1 I J f 'J I ' f. t u t f, lit lr ft IJ : f i That Mr. Dower fcellovea hi t, it LITEKATURI AB DRAMA NOT la atronVy ev4eftcl by th fao Ittiat IN A BA1 WAY. he mouopoUaod abouti oe4ml the The fqilowlng from tke Chicago apace of oae issue 'of a MerepWs pa- Intor-Ocoaour REPUBLICANS per of last Tuesday. A4 k" s a, alongn oertoln speaks we sjntlments linos Jtare aa iMtiers go. It haa four sraaH wmw some poU8o8tlc people In Hartford toen pajea of !ght columns to tho Nothing apparMtitjr over four talk about oUra Unite in Support of O'Rear page. Oajdertood tonectioa ofsupplied suits them, and thay are heard to matter paes fas grumble all the time, eapeefelly In a by Mr. Bowera and the larger for Governor. public places. Th prwa never 1ms a Bowers "ad" oa every las the nev-- xsuit, Including on page suits them; the lodges except the first, for they detract from other things so y devoted to current quotations ot they claim; and In fact these pctsd-mlsJefferson County Delegation Will prioM at Mr. Bowera Wilrty-flv- o never eo anything excpt with teraplo3 of economy." Go to Convention Instructa "dark brown" vision. Thu later-Ocea- n by Mr. Bawera Th spioe oacup-Iesays: Is not all djvoted to grooerloa for Him. ed for There are not a few persona In this he ia aomothlng of a phllcsopher and things deauis the he dlscuasca come maters aa a side world who of all time in which they happon to be liv line to bla commercial ontdrprisea. Louisville, Ky.,Junel. A gneralr Among other thlnes ho tella what he ing, and to whom the past however PIC-NI- C dull or wloked. It wally T good feeling inside tixs Republican thMlM about advertising. Incldentall days, - party In Louisville liau followed the ho ivciarks tivat hia adrerilaementa Immeasurably totter than thse aaanlnioua action of the city and which apieared la fchosa Monnhis tho present. "TIs tho pet delight of mourn what they .county committee last evonlng In daH la3t Tuesday ooat Wlra "abont anoh lhjrsona to term tho downward plungo of 'art, adopting a sa ot rulw for the Re- aa much as It would coat to opm er In so far a3 the Btage and publican primaries July 8, next, satstore." This he thinks, is ft isfactory to all. pretty good demonstration of his literature are conoornod. Aa to the stage, they 'claim that The most, important results aro faith in publicity, "for (the now expeetofl and rtw Moretof ru some-wh- fruits of this advortlalng to yield all tho paya are bad, and Uiat we wldo apart wln&j of tli-- Repub- so abundantly that It .won't coat me have not one true actor left upon the stase tho last one having died mitli lican party In Loulsvllto are about a penny." the truth' la that upon the basis of Bonding the So unite Mr. Bowers says he has spent more Booth. And soli'd vote of Louisville to tb State for newspaper spaco slnoe ho located the average play performed these lat Bepubllcan convention Instructed (or la Memphis that he Is worth, but he ter days via the superior bota In plot pic-ni- c O'Rear for Governor. This dc-e- away believes If he had snt only half as and language of -- tho average play presented up to twonty years ago; any fight iueldo the party n much for ad'verii3ifl wlifc he wouldn't y a good J Loulsvlllo and s3ins io Insure hanno hare boon worth half a3 much as ho aud that there are score of competent actors, who renlous party notion mon all waiters. at nriMoat, Some bualneai mon argue It is genoraVly believed that It will he way.i, (taiat they huva 3ucce?ded fuse to 'mouth and rant and tear the result in sending to the polls In No without adrertl3lng and, hence, can- soenery to bits, for every one such vember that has over be3n known here not see any use of it To which Mr. player found In their "dear good old Much credit for the present Bowhvs answer, "Yes, and the chanca times." Coming to literature? It's a fact conditions Is ajsignei by par are that 'If these same persons had ty men to Capt. Charle3 F. Ogrden, Mr bwa cottlant advertiaera the success that we are at present without Thack TEJXH5FI-I01ME123 Franfc Russell, Mr. J. M Ohtltonaud Miey would hare made .would have erays and Dickensea and Poe3 and 3lr. Herman P. Monro on one side been as far ahxid of their present Hawthornes .But, nevertheless, there and Mr. Alex G. Birrott, Mr. It. J. su-- w a3 Memphis la ahead of Hofie-fkl- live 3ome writers of right r'lvld prose, and poe3y is not entirely dead. And, Holt, Mr. William Krleger and Mr. Arlc. James F. Grlnstoad on the other. Some day, Mr. Bowers thiakB on the whole, tho literary tone of our While .not participating in partisan "evenybcdy will be convinced that own day3 la truer .stronger and more politics to an unbjcomlng extent Mr. It pays to adverUee." To such as are human than It haa been generally In 1. F. Petty has also U3od hl3 Influ- not convinced tho statements of the the past. By this wo mean that, Judg ence as a clthwa to smooth away dif- Memphis grocer are worth consider Ing from the books of fiction ot the ficulties. Mr. Petty said ing. They are based on the experl- - last two or three years ,ono has a so t ."Originally I beliored the strongest anoe of a buslao33 man who has tho- of right to prophesy the advent, reaman the Republicans of Kentucky roughly tested the publicity method sonably soon, of the Just golden mean fore said court at Federal Hall at of the pocakoatos lodge. Mchenry. could nominate for Governor was Mr. for getting business and who is 30 In literature, the really realistic nov- Louisville, Ky In said dlatrlot at 10. A mule was killed here last wook May 30. rThere is a great deal of prudlsh-nes- e. o'clock, in the forenoon, or as near Edward forrow, of Somerset, and vrM satisfied with the results that el .free alike from smut and by getting Into the trolley wero in practicable, and that sickness here. everybody. I thlnlc wUl concede Mr. he la yearly increasing trisontlay The which doe3 oentalnly speak thereto as for Airs. Andy Waltland, of thla place, the mine-llorrow's ability and availability. newspaper advertising. bravely for the present, for 'our days notice thereof be published one time Quite a numbar from here attended Republican, a newspaper died last night. However, Mr. Morrow decided not to vea though this samo I)ra3ent h:U In Hartford Misa Edith Deno, who has been 111 church at Independence. Sunday. No fa.la pretense haa mankod th? not brought printed In said district, and that all we have him In be a candidate and a lot of geniuses before ilessra Denala. Swain George Grow-bargBalm. Being the world. cireer of Ely's known creditors and other parsons in for several weeks of typhoid fever, ' ressrve for gome future emergency. entirely harmhwa, It Is not responsiEldrldge Brown and Bstell Interest may appear at said time and la batter. "A things stand, I am convinced 'However, there la probably," no use .Miss May Surgeon and Mr. Joo Ll-z- er MoConnell have gone to spend tho place and show cause ,lt any they that Judge 0'R.r v,Ul b3 the nom- ble like the catarrh snuffs and pow- in seeking to have the were married Friday evening . week fishing. inee for Govornor, and In Will tie ders for minds shattered by cocaine. look upon the pro3ent 'with" fair toler have, why the prayer of said petiA game of base ball' was played Mr. Ray Stevens, ot this place, haa a strong candidate. I am strongly of The great virtu of Ely Oream Balm ance. It is of Uifrlr kind "nBilou!!)t, tioner should not be granted. Walter here Sunday between MoHenry and been 111 for some tlma. Witness the Honorable 'I the opinion that ho should be ribralna is that it speedily and ooinptetely Mmf it wia wrlt'iflll Olty. Scores 7 and 9, In failr. Oharlle Brown, vof Illited without any useless friction. My overcomej nasal catarrh and hay fe Ho had no oye3 in front, this man, ,' Evans, Judge of said Court, and the Central vor of McHenry. ver. Bade of this 3tatement la the nois visited h!a brother Mr. S. E. Kenseal thereof, at Owonsboro, information la that Back of hla head they were Instead. delate testimony thousan&j of and a roputa-.lo- n Wherefore ho couldnt 'vtew at all ';y tucky, in said district, on the 25th iMr. and Mrs. John Render, who Brown last week. :om Louisville and Jjffezaon county have been keeping hotel at Williams of many years' success. All iMlssoa Audrey Growbargier Cordla will be inatruotied for a dlsasterou3 That which ivnt on before, ahead,' day of May A. D., 1911. drugUts EOe.. or mailed by Ely Bros., And consequently; "lihero Is no 9BAL. A. G. ARNOLiD, Clerk. Mlnws are going to move back to Hudson and Venonla Hudson attend party." srar within the their residence here thla Wioolc. ed Sunday school, at Slnynona Bun- M. E. DUNN, Deputy ClorJf.' y y Mr. M. J. Hok, an original O'Roar 3G Warren Stroet, New York. to is dead! Rev. Shields filled hla regular ap- - day. Evening Po3t: "The man said to the , Hurrah for Yesterday so fine. Will Can Alfalfa Roots. polntment at Independence Saturday! Mr. Orvllle McKlnnoy and Mr. Job A Peep Into the Pocket. oatlook is for a unanimous O'Rsar So great, so b3autlul!" he said.-Portland, Ore., June C That tho would show the box of Bucklon's and Sunday, Theme of the. Sunday McConnell, of Simmons, were Jn Nobody delegation from LoulsvllU. They cannot see; they have1 "no root3 ot thjl:wly alfalts will be used was "The Lords Supper." Henry Saturday night. not, Arnica Salve tliat E. S. Loper, a car2ias surrendered no faction ha3 got InUnelvely for human food is the belief eya3 In front." And so they are There were a largo attendance at penter, of Marllla, N. Y., always carMrs. Blackburn and Httlo daughter the best of It; we are all, or nearly of C, F. Waters an enterprising far-m- greatly to be blamed nay, they. ?we ries."! havo never had a cut, wound tho Ice oream supper at the Hall Sat- - are visiting at Williams Minna this inthero-iall, O'Rear men aawng th.3 Repuliving near Spray, Or. Ho ha3 to be pltiod, rather. For bruise, or sore it would not soon j urday night given by tho members week, blicans of Louisville. A dUa3trou3 experimented with ithe plant until he deed a happy dawn to see. heal. ' he writes. Greatest hoaler of party light will be avoided by mutual firmly before It will bo highly priJohn W. Sieketsmlth, Greansboro, burns, bolls, scalds, chapped hands concessions, and I bops that ivj will like exdiet and 3j able, with rqual harmony, to name zed a3toanbearticle of busing ofheoau-nl- Pa., has three children, andtako most and lips, fever-soro- s, pects children they frequently cold. eczema, corns and piles. 25c at all ' In the a local Republican fe'wket that will "We have tried several kinds of coug drugists. alfalfa roots. in many votes to O'Rear and the bring Not only' is the uov food said to me'llcine," ho saya, "but haveinover State Republican ticket." " be highly nourishing but It Is very found any yet that did them nsliriuch Animals in Proverbs. Mr. Charl.j F. Ogden, Mr. A. G. Bar- palatable as well and will bo used, good as Chamberlain's Cough RemIf you want a pretense to whip n ret, Mr. J. M Chilton, Mr. Lafon Al- it U thought qul',e generally calls your attention to a comparative statement aa soon edy." For sale by all drugtsts.; m dog It Is loasy enough to say he ate len ,Mr. Albctt SpIiM, Frank Rus-ael- l, as It had bjn tasted. High appreup the trying-iMin- . Dr. T. Baker and Mr.- Bin Kelly of his bank as of March 7, 1911, made to tho Hieroglyohics Discovered. ciation la expected to follawi its gen-orn An ass covered twith god Is mono are all dually ga'ilferi.jd with usj. Not only v&setablo dishes Portland, Ore., June 5. Claiming inspected than' a good horse in a and 0'iually anxious to give comptroller of tho currency, and of same date oan be made from alfalfa roota but that hieroglyphics neowUly discovere. O'Roarthe fcolld vote d3ert3 aa well. ed on a hugo atono on the Columbia A braying ass oats little hay. In all that has bniponed Senatsr 'tt 1910, whioh shows an increase of more than River are almust oontemporaneouswith An ass does not bit himself twice O. Bradley has maintained hU attitude the building of pyramid of Egypt! FJ on ine snnio sxone. of. strlck neutrality, a3 evidenced by II. Saylor, of Portland, has aroused Better an ass that oarrloa me than the fact Uiat some of hla frbnd3 hav j considerable interest In tho discov- a horso that throws m. been for Cox, Franks and O'RsU". Th ery aud the Immen39 rook bjarfng .Republicans gradually drew together A good liorse cannot be of a bad the mystic inscription has ten placo color. practically Sor O'ltear nnd this faot March 7, 1910. In tlie city museum. March 7, 1911. It's tho allltlos of the bores that nda the conieat for the nomination RESOURCES. Mr. Saylor claims to translate the occasion hla slavery. RESOURCES. Jor Govorno. Loans and Discounts.... $ 751,763.71 Loans and Discounts .'.? 837,937.34 fPhe faet that Oie Ropublloan party down stairs at times on my hands hieroglyphics, saying they nraln All blio a bitten dog. Overdrafts 610.39 Overdrafts 708.92 3a Louisville has united to uupport and knees. My doctor told me I part astronomical records, while tha1 Glvo a dog .an 111 name and you may U. S. Bonds and PreU. S. Bouda aad 6'henr quickly eproad to the State had an acute attack of inflammatory remainder constitute a prophesy, . lie as well bang him. Pro- 181,148.53 miiHHs I was in the hospital aays the markings ithwvj made ov.--r A scalded dog Is afraid ot cojd miums ..... eadquarteiw of the various candidate rheumatism. 261,905.91 s Banking House, FurniBooWng House, Fuml- (tor Governor and by universal oonaont for weeks, but was scarcely able to 3,000 yeai-- ago and are Bimllac,ln wator. I read about character tho hkrogl)iJhlcs of the When cats, are mousing they don't ture and Fixtures .... 22,000.00 fcure and FbtuH 20,900.00 arua lnterpretfl aa moaning itlie end of walk when I left it. .. Cash , $69,850.08 ancient Muyas in Central America, mew. Das. Dr. Miles' Nervine nomination for $80,465,90 tawy contest for tfe Due from ; Du from Governor. bought a bottle and began to get which were th most highly civiliz- g He who hunts two uaroa together. . Banks ed ot any ot tho prehistoric trlhes"hi-b&bltln- oatchea neither. Banks of the .The only ho better from the start, and for the and U. the western contlnent.MMr. Bind U. A Httlo sheep always seem a young. iforcca through the wholo contest has past six months I have had scarcely S. Ttieae. 87,183.03 1G7.038.11 Milk a cow,' but don'.t pull off the S. Trow. 97,684.43 any pain and am able to walk as Saylor's discovery, if It bears .the 178.150.33 4een the seJootlon of an antl-O'R- ear close acrltluy of aclnlatta, will be udder. legation JSrom Louisville. Now tiiat well as ever." Sanders, J.H. $.1,115,583.74 Of what use la a cow that igivea plea ,Ijou1kv111o la assurod to O'Rear by ft P. O. box 5, Rjockaway, N. J. of great importance to etudenlabf $1,268.702.GO LIABILITIES, , j, ty ot mlUc It she upsets tlo pail? Few medicine are of tiny benefit arehaoology. noarly aU the lmrty loaders LIABIUTIse. .union of .. ;i .eapMuJ. Stock 3M.00O.00 Capitol Stook flacJtedbytlu awrovaiof tlw voters of for rheumatism, but Mr. Sanders ....$ 350,900,80 When you havo rheumatism in your Lightning Kills Few. SurpKw Fund 2,600.00 Surpkia Fund .. , tlwttgitt agaluat O'Rear tells plainly what Dr. Miles' Re- foot or insiop apply Chamberlalu'Lln fcothfactlons C.5M.W In 1906 lightning killed only 109 Undivided Prof Ha 7.91G.23 UmUviia.1 for Nervine VrvUta is soi ea iiftbe Sfcala will at ouoj bo abaalou-M- . storative salicylate did soda it. One Iment and you will got quick rUf. people dn this wholo country. One's Oiwulatloa 180,000.00 OlroMteUeu of added to ounce of 2300M00 It coats but a quarter. Why suffer? ohauoe ot death by lightning aro DaBkta 67C,167.61 DiKxriU 770;W8 . VThero will be 2,3G delesatos to tin one bottle of Nervine makes an ex For sale by all druggists. at loss than two in & million. The ccllcnt remedy for rheumatism, V ii. State contention. It wUl take 1,17'J which is now known, to be a nervoh&nees ot death by lightning are 11,116,583.74 $1,248,703.50 to nominate, JoKorson county Notice in Bankruptcy. $? less than two In a million. 'ob0 The ous disease and therefore subject to ' avlag 272 votes. failures areoaused by employes bor-re- ? la sue .District Court of the UnVWd chances ot death from liver. kidey ?'a1 to the influence of a medicine that acts tekiUw tor the Wsatorn DlatrldV'.c--' or stom&ch trouble is vastly of the bank's oapital. NQNV ofLempbyelrathe The moat' common ouuso of Insom- - through the nerves, as docs rlCentucy, Owenssoro Division, but not if Bleotric Bitter be la dlaordora of Uio stomach. Dr. MiW Nrvinc In the matter of Faught & tftowe,, as Robert Mtdfea, of West Burling-toStomach and Liver "ckaajherialn'a n Sufferers from rheumatism seldom and Ul)saua S. Faught and SJiMud !., provwd. Four doetore ava correct theao dlsordors and TaileU Bankrupts. by all fail to find relief in the use of W. Foraalo yon to Dr. Miles' Nervine, with salicylate Oa thU 35th day of May A. , of soda. s vri'-'js- y on coaaldiTlug.-th.petition fo(?tW yellow Jaundice. He was thea eo depoftita. ' ; Set unaar'a guinuilM thataaauraa by Bleatrle SkAera. I DIRECTORS. W." lowers '01' Advertising. lur aitfciiargoiixiliau pleWly ewsd Oi return of tfcHe of tha flrrt bettla Uiinty-tflvoa tho 2 1st day ot April A. D., 1911 They're tfce best atowiieK, llvw wv E."T. Franks, J. W. McCulloch.J. T. Griffith. John Thiytow r w w,V If It falls to banarrt. At all DruHlata. Duke Boweri, wbo ru-pJ. J. SwsNBY, LAWSON teiO, Mbnry Wflg, Dr Arraww it Is ordered by the. court that a asd kWwy aad 1tood parMlr , 1b Mhh1U vya k ia MILE. MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart Ina. aroewy Kirk. ., Itoarkig be had upon th -v.,y am o K Ml fata to uwdoraUBdl wkysom-- j tnl for the 8U day of July, A. D I9H SteplQ do aot allve in adirrtrtialng. LOUISVILLE aec-tlo- The Picnic Season BILLS than ever before. gro-ce?- ta Is rapidly approaching. The Republican is better prepared this season to get out attractive Call and waa--.ppe- see us, we have facilities for turning out any an,-o'jh- kind of printing, neatly and quickly. at Best Work, Lowest Prices. yt s An advertisement in The Republican of your will pay you. to-da- satis-.Sacto- ry The Hartford Republican, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. d, -- i y: s Cr-si- er past-maniac- s -- yry To-da- sl To.-da- -; on ar a ng UNCLE SAM al stu-actio- pack-saddl- "I was. Crippled, could hardly walk and had to Crawl $150,000.00 In One Year !ti antl-O'Ro- ar ....... -- 99 '! )j "tt li. ao -- e Dll J, ituwwMiak-Bn.iirKui'K- s o rtrj Vss sa n, United States National Bank t ri - redy w 0"WH13NrEIOR.O, Zft r&riM. NOT A CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENCY iv LET US PRINT YOUR But Bryan Would Burke. Stump the Country for Folk or , k) k 1 1 M 1 r K r St. Paul, Minn., Juno 2. Wm. JenALCOHOL, 3 PEK CENT. nings Bryan is not a candidate for President, fllo declared at the Democratic banquet here tliat he will not A ling (lie Suraaciis andCoMtlsof run for th Democratic nomination, NOTEHE'ADS CARDS and he refused absolutely to deslgna'o mi.un,M-iHmi,t)l- .l his choice for tine nomination, and said that if former Gov. Folli, of MisProraofcsDigeslfonJCfarrfuM POST, CARDS ENVELOPES souri, or Gov. Burke, of Dakota should ness and ittsrxoruains ncitiur bo tiamed, he would stump tiho counnor Mineral, Tv n nn TkT . t . r w. r try. HUI ililULUIll.. BLOTTERS BILL HEADS Democra'a who gatlwed for the big banquet declared that onecftheSio two jfcftifotifrsvzamnm Ihnpa Senlm men likely mould get the nomination mWm jUxJtanaf PROGRAMS LETTER HEADS Mrs. Cook Tells Truth. None of them, harouver, -- would go on , Dexter, Ky. In a slgn--d statement record m favoring either Folk or iSurtamkSiin1 Burke or any other aspirant for the Mrs. jpook tells the truth about how IhrmSrttf' SHIPPING' TAGS STATEMENT HEADS " Cardul brought back her health and CtarifitdSiggr place. wIbrvt strength. She Col Bryan denounced the decision sajs, "I could not Anrrfect Remedv for CereRia of the Supremo Court of tihe United get any relief, until I tried Cardul, LABELS CIRCULARS Hon , Sour Stomach.Dlarrnoca Statu on the Tobacco and Standard tho Woman's tonic. I suffered moie or "Worms .Comul$ions.Fevcrisa Oil cases, saying that Chief Justice loss for 10 years, and was so weak rkessandLOSSOFSLEEP.j Whites had been waiting for fifteen and nenous I could hardly do my STJ0CK FORMS BOOKLETS years to write the words "rwisoiu-able- " house work. Now I am In better ra:SinIe Signature or to throw his protecting arms health than even before, am regular around ,tho trusts, to tell them haw to 'as clock work, do not suffer at all, NEW YORK. CATALOGUES ORDER BLANKS escape. and gain strength every day." ThousIn the ands of women haw been helped back Col. Bryan said conditions United States 'Scnafco aro still bad, too health by Cardul. Try It. A-- 3 BLANKS .DEED MORTGAGE BLANKS though not so Txad as last year. SenaGuaranteed under tl Fooda Ad Pointers. tor TUartln, the minority leader," said r&Ljmmmm "A man who advertises a business Mr. Bryan, spends his time trying to Exact Copy of Wrappcfr 1HK CINTAUN COMPANY. lf W fONH CrTT. toelps lead the Democrats Into the Repub- properly Is a distributor and to economize for the consumer." Arlican ntit. If Democrats are going to stand for proettlon, let them he thur Br'ebane. "Newspaper advertising Is tt honeet everyiwhlere and not be scarchannel or communication - they aresicar- - cheapest ed by a few sheep. Itby man. If thore ed by .the boasts of a few sheep, what ever established' were anj thing chap rest assured will they do at the roaring of the Let Us Submit Estimate on Your Next Work. that the greatest merchants In Amerbulls and lions of Wall street? Individually sum 6 In speaking of the Presidential pos- ica would not spend All Work Guaranteed. a s early part of his ad- ranging up to a half million dollars sibilities In the a year and more la tihls form c at dress, Col. Bryan said: "If the people of th eat know the tracting trade." Brains. "Calculating on the basis cf a numpeople of ithe West as well as tho people ber of espies of an advertisement pro- 1 people of the West know tho newspaper ads of the East, It would not be hand to duced and distributed are less expensive than any other nominate a man like Gov. Burke for (INCORPORATED) Prusldont. If ho should be nominated medium." Mail Order Journal. and elected, there Is ito one In whom rw I would have mone confidence than In COST, WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE Gov. Dwkie of North Dakafa.T would traivel throughout the land in his beBICKBES BULBS SUCCEED! half. ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, ESPECIAL OFFER: ' "1 am glafl Gbv. Folk's name has ' Alude tp bnlld New Uatlnct. A .ill win miV rnn a. nermjinrct Cum have known him been mentioned. I 'tnmpr. rtatuf action Huaranteed or joux HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME BinnpT refunded. 'r management of the office of county a long time, and I know that he i. ,(.- - u,.i nniiYciiir luiigviiuum go to Wall Street OF COUNTRY does not haio to EXAMINER Mi uip ujtm.B, rMun superintendent. f life AIL.iiit1-"'- ' OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD 1. The" entire failure Ato lceep and each 'monnlng to get his opinions." (r&nraM. Drt TmUy, fw Tslly. Ttltrt4 f Kali tj ' m m foriiM nilB Oiftllf. Trtacb. Ktoua taA Vnuti UiMlaUt, etc SCHOOLS MAKES REPORT preserve proper and neoessary teachrarlTMAUtTal!pi.ttBE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN TO ILEAPE Saved His Wife's Life. ers' certification of records. Mention thU Paper Write "My wife would havo been in her 2. The failure to malco a satisfac mreiMrft qr CBNTS REACH. I UMTreiluat.adpMklBf m4 Mlf Ibll ftliMlU cllctUm writes O. H. Brown, I if UttllJ Mptiia OJII Wil J lUinHiiiiH, Hiiiiniii, tory settlement laCth the county judge grave I BaktttlfUl fcW4, Bulb 4 ilMI VocK. XUI Hi iHU U. AMI In Some Instances Finds That vkitottoc I Cco wuw u (inn. at the close of the school year show- of Muscadine, Ala., "if It had not bee nutmtm ft .. . r -MWitnaw.-.Ilk ! viiwuni .!.. tmih B.iatU.uU.Have Been Loose- - . ing the dlsburaimRt, of the State for Dr. King's Now Discovery. She 1 i flBOtll - ill !""" Matr jUbylMatters T2 to CI M ( iW vim mw u w hi ium, school funds apportioned to the va- was down in her bed, not aWe ltra H. W. DUClbW up without help. She had a seget BOCZrORD. ILL. ly Managed. rious dlstrla's of the county. T 3. Th failure to pretarve as per- vere bronchial trouble and a dreadmanent r cords the monthly reports ful cough. I got her a bottlo of Dr. Jjexlngton, Ky., Juno 5.--Mr, of time taught and the oiders upon King's New Discovery, and she soon began to mend, and mais well In a Todd, State Inspector and which the teach ji 8 salaries are. paid. for coughs Infalltbl gave out on Saturday the folshort time." 4. The granting of 'wachere certi lowing Interesting anid valuable re- ficate to different applicants who havo and colds, its the moat rellablo reim-port on the examiRatio of the at net passed the examinations with the edy on earth for desperate lung trou' superintend- giddi-lagnlppe, ostlnma, nucMSsary to warrant the is ble, hemorrhages, fairs of county pchool ents, upon, which he has entered wi- suance cf ceitiflcatus as required by hay fever, croup and whooping cough. For All Disetset of 50c, ?1.00. Trial boOtlo free. Guarander lnsructiotns from Gov. Wlllsou law. m to teed by all druggists. 5. Making Inaccuiato reports with a view to checking up a branch The best tonic. Curative Ick Sollef and Care for Head r public cervices that has bejn the Sta'jj Suprim'.i ndttt of of the Medicine for these dla BacKache, Dlxxlness, ache. Billions in Gold in Uncle Sam's enumAa'j!on of children for. allowed to run without much regrad cases. SOc. Guaranteed, o IndifievtloT). Malaria, etc. to system or order, and into which districts as a basis fori the. ap- Treasure. many abuses and lmgularMks have ponUonm(nt of funds to these dls- Sam Washington, Juno crept. has nearly tiw billion dollars in gold t lcta. A separate repoit for cash county coin in his aefety vaults in the big 6. The "general county school oxamlnd teouchlng the various feaTreasury buildings. The piling up of tures as we found thsn in the coungold coin and bullion In the vaults conand ties has been filed In my office tinues s'eadlly. A lltle more than A Terrible Blunder. I shall briefly refer to thgm. $1,815,000,000 is there the hlgh-wato neglect liver trouble. Never do Tfae office of county supeilntenrwnt for tho Treasury's gold holdDr. King's New Life Pills on maik of schools is of Vastly more Importings. bilthe first sign of constipation, ance than heretofore Jins. fcie.n attri.May's receipts from a sources In same counties the iousness or Inactive bowels and prebuted to l). $01,090,000 and Wat April by offioe of county superintendent of vent virulent Indigestion, jaundice round $10,000,000. Expondlutiea, howschools is considered of very Uttlo im. or gall Btones. They regulato liver, ever were held dawn to about portanoe and this office devote much stomach and bowels and build up our Some eay $30,000,000 greatm tfme to other lints of business and health. Only 23c at all drugists. er than lati moniJh. nweesardly neglects tho work as reCave Guides on Strike. quired by the State, and as" a reWith the Live Stock. sult a deplorable condition was found Glasgow, Ky., Juno 2. .According Take no chances with an old boar; la eorao of tlhocounUos. today all the guides always keep behind him . to W toaixsport here Who counties infefooted "P of that famous "wonder hole," Mam-mouPigs that aie apt to have "differUtao see Breathitt, Bojd, iLowle, Pike beCaye went on a etTlko ences of opinion" should be separated Madteon Jtssa Have you a good supply on hand, or isn't it about time to take your next order Floyd, Johnson, Clarke, cause of a change in tho managers, Fighting takes off flesh. Boyle Fayette, Bourbon, Scott, Under mine, to the printer? the management of Mr, SanfThere should be placed In every Woodford, Wolfe, Campbell and Ken- son the guldme seems satisfied and Look, now, and see if it. isn't time to get a new supply of Letter Heads, Envelpig yard and pasture a box Mth salt, ton. From .tW reports of thtee, superceded by If. M. when he was opes, Statements or Bill Heads, and if you are short on anything, jsend an order to charcoal, alrtlakod lime, .boHo-methat have been filed In my Pinson to-dthey refused to pilot ashes, eo the pigs can and hard-woo- d The Republican. otNoe I find that in many instances any one through tihe cave. help thmde3vB at will. been gross neglect and mis tfcoro fc If you have used printed matter done by us, you naturally will come hero when BHoirstlwxmuadio to keop the matIn. the earth altoHogs r-maeoivfOif th affairs ef th coun- ter quIA but it lakd out this af- gether 'do not dig of it. Thoy get a you have need for anything in our line, and there's a reason. If you have never for the fun ty superintendent's ofttoe. TO duties ternoon, .t triat way grass roou, supcfflrttewdt are had The Republioan do the work, suppose you get in the habit, we do the satraiac lot to of tfcw ccanrty WKh a record of moie than ono worms, bltt of stuff of difft.tfunt tory kind of printing and binding. No Job is ever delivered in a shoddy, carelees different departments varied, and tfrs hundred ytra this is the first real kinds that help to make bone and iaWT commanner. LT of &Ujc4Moo reawarelhttt bo strike ever undertaken by the cave muscle. plete reoonto of th-- adroinistraUoa of At The Republican office you get real satisfaction, and pay no more for the Horse with good dispositions are Uk wbcol affaire of Uw county but work here than you do elsewhere. TJw fast that the dteeeneton arose office In th (wirtotfe ootujtka te con- Jii6t at times ,whn tihe government always safer and more valuable. A representative will call upon you if y40U call the office by 'phone or drop ub mare. ducted wWa.vary laadeauate. ireorad, Is try lug to gt pose&kn of the Never breed a craxy-hada card. J, Ow VW- Raise the typo of colt that sells and wJth lass. ttttoMcm ft Ye for national park pui poses has te any after Select the best In your community. flUng of papers caused considerable ooanmnL. s4re and dam that mill bring this type efMce In the eownty. of a colt. I will group fcoghr under sepaDo not 1.6t h little colt follow the ar' rate liawujrapha the particular feaFOR FLETCHER'S dam wblltt ihe is at work. 1 obserwd from th--e tures Uari I iaokef intfer ' H ithe dam becomes boatad the AVcgelablcPrfparalionllrAs-slmilaiingihcrbodanilRcdiia Injurious to tho colt. Is worth raising at all ho Is worth raising well. omo folks Et to In the habit of (ylng, "Whoa!" o their horfecs when thfcy do not mean It, that o faithful animals can not toll when their do really ra-- an to haVe them stop, so thoy keep go!n,g. When youeay, "Wheal" mean Jt. That Is ,!iior'y way yur noW hav f knowing what to do. DJ?va!tS 8t a fast hold 'mi many a ttock gf sheep through foul drink Ingtmater. Never give stagnant wat- crlf you can help it. A few tres In tho pasturo add great- lyto 'h comfort of the sheep, theso days, if you catft have them, set up,a f w posts and cover a bit of ground ovr for a shed. To dip the flock the first warm weather Is good practice as this spare the lambs. Any one of the carbolic dips is good. This poison destros the tick and scab parasites by contract on tho outside. Fai m Journal. 1b mk If a colt th-js- CASTORIA JJ ' For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of fJ Opium-Morphin- e w Mf iiAc - Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable. I THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Phono No,22 THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co, M Hartford, Ky. BULBS' s i ii- - - to-d- t t . ," 1 . ""-'"'"- . L -- a r DADDACC Minirra L nxr z Me-Ken-zle er, I s SURE CURE LECTRIC wm mm (lh.-con-su- s STOMACH, H?u Liver Kidneys DinERS dlf-fn-- nt : Your Office Stationery Commercial Forms, Etc. th .to-d- ay al ay kP ' ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ed 4b SP cry C A S.T.O R A Chllaran JJal ; i -- A COUPLE OF CURIOUS COURTSHIPS" A Comedy in Otie Night Only - TONIGHT - Home Talent Play Three ActsInteresting and Laughable. ANNIVERSARY OF ADOPTION OF FLAG DR. BEAN'S OPERA. HOUSE. Special Songs. vertisdng rates do not cover. (Weare glad to get these notices, but wo do notw ant any one io be misinformed. , . Music by Bean's Orchestra. at this writing. Hurt went to 'Hartford Monday. ssssss3S3SfreqresssssS6?s$ss Hartford Republican. according to law nt the roatofllw JUrtford. Ky., a mall matter of the mcond ilaaa. Entered ? , ' batwoen tho farmer and consumer. Somo wholesome legislation by tho various legislatures and aio by gress might accomplish something far batter and more effective timn aDj reciprocity tixaty, whlcth could be Con- Official Call. By Congress Everyone" Should At a regular meotlng.of the Republican Executivo Committee of Ohio County held at tho Court Mouse on May 20, 1911, and a majority of the committee 'being present it was ordered and directed by said commit tee that a delegated convention be held at Hartford, Ky., on Saturday July 8, 1911, at 1:30 p. m. Standard time for the purpose of nominating a Republican candidate to bo voted upon at the regular November) flection for Representative of Ohio coun ty In the next General Assembly, and that delegates be selected on Saturday, July 1, 1911, at precinct meetings to be held at each of the voting precincts in 6ald county nt heir voting place on Saturday July 1, 1911 at 1:30 p. m. Standard Time. Each prtclnct committeeman should be present at his precinct voting place and open the meeting. The number of delegates to said convention apportioned to each of the various precincts are as follows: East Hartford, 8 West Hartford, 7 "J I) i .i Anyone who has been over the Raise a Flag Next Wed Ohio county, which have communication!! to roads in ft! Address all been recently put In order by tho nesday. : The Hartford Republican. new system of road "working cannot ? fall to be Impressed with the great V ' 40. Improvement over the old way of The American Flag Association Is Oum"b.rlaniS......... ,.22. working troads. As we lavo many times stated in these columns, a little sending out lettersall over the country patience upon the part of our citi stating tiiat June 12th ,wlllf,be the FRIDAY, JUNE 9, zens and they will be congratulating 124th anniversary of the adaption by themselves over the bsst roads in Congress of the flog which," has re -- ANNOUNCEMENT. any part of the state. Give the now mained ever since the symbol' of tie United States. We are authorized to announce Hon system a fair and Impartial trial. C. P. Keown a candidate for RepreThe observance of this anniversary sentative from Ohio county in the President Toft announces that he 1b Is becoming annually more general, nxt General Assembly of Kentucky, reasonably sure of 22 Republicans In chiefly through tie activity of the subject to the action of the Republi- the Senate for tie reciprocity meas- Amercan Flag Association. ' Next can party. ure and 37 Democrats. This Is a year being the one and, We are authorised to announce much larger proportion of the Repub- centennial, there will probably; be some .Albert Leach a candidate for Repre-wntati- licans than he should have, but the special national effort made for a from Ohio County in the figures will indicate cltarly to what general celebration. Tike American Flag Association has cext General Assembly of Kentucky, extent the measure is Democratic, .subject to the action of the Republi- and the farmers will please make a issued tho following appeal for a note of ithis. When it passed the general observance of "flag day" on -- can party. . House recently a majority ol the j JUM U, ., out by Mrs. Neville nkinfcers In that body ivo'- .- ut vjce pgynt Filson Chapter, D. A. took out, Governor Thatcher! The ed against it and it is reasonably sure R., and Mrs. Will S. Hays, Albert Beda, D newspapers state that you have that the majority of the Republican Sidney Johnston Chapter'U. D. C. C Sulphur Springs, purchased a $35,000 building members of the Senate will do like"We respectfully appeal to. the Pr,es-ide- Magan, 3 Jn Louisville. Some probe committee wise. G of the United States of Ameri- Cromwell, will be asking whore you got the ca, to the Governors of all the States Cool Springs, '. 2 anoney. Howling for Free Wool. of our land and to the Mayors of each North Rockport, C 5 American city to herald the coming South Rockport, .... (Lampasas Tex. Blade.) .....4 JUzt us have a clean date cam3 ... .' Hon. J. O. Terrell of San Antonio, celebration of flag day, June 14, 1011, Select, paign conducted on a high plane. No by proclamation. We call upon every I Horse Branch, .....5 Issues 'be clean who was the Republican nominee for jnud slinging. Let the public officer, every teacher , of the 9 cut and fairly stated and let the Governor of Texas last year and youth of our land, the editors of all Rosine, C East Beaver Dam, represent us didn't make much of a race but did best men be chosen to newspapers the daHy instructors of the West Beaver Dam, 5 make some mighty good speeches, Frankfort. at c has written the follawting communica- youth of our country, to call public MoHenry thought they tion for th Houston Post, and the attention, to arouse enthusiasm and Centertown, 6 Just as the Democrats . '....-2 wore out of the ioods, .Mr. Bryan same was published in that paper last to Provide for public exercises and Smallhous general celebration of the day. We East Fordsville pouring hot Sunday: 7 ias broken loose and Is earnestly exhort our citizens to join West Fordsville, 1 always enjoy xoading tho paraehot into the members of that party ...5 "' . 1 Jn the lower house of Congress for graphic wit in the Post, but Just at In making flag day an event" and Its Aetnaville a great event. Shreve, ceieDrauon in ... . 3 ,. ..':. surrender on the wool schedule. the this time your Tariff editorials are ..v really affording me the most amuse- Let us from one end" ot oua: Jand oiaton. '. 2 President Taft is still harping on ment. Last jxar when I was doing to the other fling the Stars and Buford, ..'.....'. reciprocity and seems to think that a little sermonizing on the Tariff Stripes to the breeze on1 June 14. iMay Bartletts, : 4 toe price of food stuff to the consu- question, and was particularly favor- it greet the rising and salute the set- -' Heflin 7."." 2 mer can be reduced without any way able to a Tariff on wool, the Post ting sun and float all day long from j Ceralvo, 3mrtlng the farmer. His argument to started with considerably more force every church edifice, school and Point Pleasant, 2 ." prove this is a little short of ,', ..'.,3 than politeness that I was wasting building, public and private and how- Narrows, ....' . ever humble, through the entire land. Ralph .'.-, ... .3 my time, and that the opinions of the Gov. Wilson has lssuedaproclama-iprenti- s, '...3 of people of the South on the Tariff tion calling on all citizens of Kentucky Judge E. C. O'Rear is a friend Horton 2 question bad been finally and irreorganized labor always and every3 vocably fixed. Now It seems they to observe Fleg Day on June 14., He Arnold, where. He should have the hearty 3 have in tome way become "unfixed," calls on .the mayors and county "of- Render, jnipport of every member ot every and while the post is arguing ray jway ficers and keepers of public buildings .union labor organization in Kentucky, .Total 135 the national Democracy, bejond all to make Wednesday, June 14 a day to both in convention and in the gener- question, Number of votes necessary to a is drifting the other way, raise the flag all over the 6tate of al election In November. choice C8. R. B. MARTIN, Ch'm'n. and drifting beyond redemption. We Kentuoky. J, NBY FOSTER, Sec'y. We are very much afraid Mr. are going to have "free wool" again To Obituary Writers. .Franks borrowed Senator Blackburn's as we had in Cleveland's time, the on Real Estate For Sale. This week we have received severold flint 'lock musket on the recent ly time of Democratic suppresnacy In By order of the Ohio Circuit Court, to Owens-"bor- a half century, m that delightful al obituaries with request to print. :trip of that undersigned is directed as asThe speeches of Mr. Franks era w not only had "free wool" but These communications came unsigned the of and it Is imperative that we shall signee of the Ohio County Bank to re.partake very much of ithe nature of to quote the wit of a friend mine, we came within 4 cents a know the writer. .There are several ceive written bids from such parties JBlaekburn's Jn many respect pound of having "free cotton." Wool reasons for this. Beginning January j as dcslre to become the purchasers of bank's real estate and re- Verily, we are fallen uikhi strange and cotton are natural rivals, but 1, 1911 we notified our ijadrs that an ot times. A Republican applicant for a wool brings the highest price. In all of respect, obituaries port same to tha Circuit Judge at the position In one. of the departments Cleveland's time, .wool having no Tar- and announcements for gatherings,' June 1911 term of tho said court. at Washington, was recently advised iff tax to pay, was sold on the Bos- wure numey was to be realized twiould I have in my hands for sale the by a merubur of President Taft'a ton market from Asia, Africa and be cliarged at the rato of two cents following described real estate: One two story brick building and cabinet that he would have to have Australia at less than 7 cents' per Per line, six words averaging a line. endorsement of Congressman 01-l- pound. Cotton promptly dropped far This rate governs whera regular ad- - basement on corner of Main and Centhe ter streets, in Hartford, Ky same below that price, but the people of James. now occupied by Barnard & Company the South fceem to have forgotten So many Democrats are announcing that fact, Wo are going to have freu as dry goods store and by Dr. J. R. themselves for Judge O'Rear for gov- wool Plrtle, as dental office and the same wool again. Does any ernor that the race "is taking on a reader of the Post believe that when in which the Ohio County Bank's Xa-Irtlsapjiearance, and If it wool is selling at 7 cents, that cotcounting room is located. '.keeps up there may bea lively con- ton mill Bell About three acres of ground in at 13? Does any citigest Between the Democrats and Re- zen of the grat cotton State believe Hartford, Ky., on West side of M. II. publicans as-- to which shall have the that a cotton blanket, or a cotton & E. R. R., between Griffin and Fore " lienor of casting the most votes for suit will soon sell for more money Dear Friends man streets or Leltchfleld road. 3ilm at the November election. than a woolen blanket or a woolen We want to again call your About 3 acres of ground in Hartford, Ky on east sido of M. H. & suit? YV,t Southern Democracy is The farmers are going to the polls bowling "free wool." Nearly all of attention to the nice prem- E. R. R., between Griffin and Forehi Kontucky this fall as they have man streets, Nos. 2 and 3 formerly never gone before, and the candi- our representatives In Congress will iums we are giving away with wore In one tract before vote for "free woo." "Father, forglv diviedd by date "who places himself In lino for them, they know not what they do." CASH purchases. Dozens of the M. H. & E. R. R. , office who baa not been friendly to 3 acres f,J. O. TERRELL. this class of our citizens in the past our customers have taken ad ly About in the of town lots centrallocated town of Centertown, Tiad bettor stand from under. The Ohio County Kentucky. Notice to Tax Payers. vantage of our coupon offer Is going to vote as hb prays Conner One tract of .land containing 60 Taxes for 1911 are now due. Any tbie year. why not you? Begin saving acres more or7les"'iiea Horton, Ohl one can pay by calling at the of- T. H. BLACK, S, O. c, coupons y and wlien,you Couny,A. Kentucky", same known" as .Ferhaps tw most remarkable ithlng fee. ' Edwards fann. the C. , boom is the strength nfeout theO'ltir have a sufficient amount, 'ex-chan- About 13 acres ot ground in HartHeartfelt Thanks. Jo ibe city of Louisville, iwplch Is ex- ford, Ohio Ky., ou North slda We wish to thank our friends .oeeted to send a delegation instruct them for this beauti- of Foreman County, or Leltchfleld road, street or him to the state convention and. nJAh!torc fn.i- thii Lininu) ful SILVER TABLE WABE. lying between L. P, Foreman's July 11. He is indeed a wonder- - shown us during tae Umm and and the lot of J. W Ford oa otadldMti who has not only the death ot our dear ton, (Samuel Lee, Tickets given with cash pur- the corner of Unioa and Foreaiatt God'B blcstdng to promised to thoeu ntraL. districts but the. cltto for him Third District Review. who aid In dlstretw, .and their re- chases amounting to 25 ;. All writes bids are required to be ward to mire in hwven, if we and over. kawtod la'oa er before Mesday, the , ever claimed tbat the should not, as we wfcb, find it poe- 13th day of June, 1911 the first dy fen- - M'geKiDg too much lor liiat si We to f)etum.it hsre.,, at the Ohio Circuit Court rodueB. Tto trouble, about blghj Gratafirily, A. g. PAfm, Mr, and. Ure. (W IV fichapttlr. all "originate , iprto to tfce Wt Amdrntu QUo CfrUBtr Kurt -one-quart- er vo an nt -- J. C. M. BARNETT ) ..Idltort and Proprlttort NEY FOSTER f iii .. ....'. o. Alfalfa Meal. Crown Alfalfa Feed. Acme Horse and Mule Feed. Bran and Ship Stuff, pu"re wheat product. Best Northern White Oats. Rock Salt. Barrel Salt. Lime. Owensboro'8 Best Patent Flour, "Clifton." Madisonville's Best Patent Flour, "Bob White." Irvington's Best Patent Flour, "None Such." Hartford Mill Co.'s Best Patent Flour, "Cream of Har Number one Glover and vest" and "Cream of Wheat". Timothy Hay, mixed. Madisonville Bolted Meal, Number one Clover H.ay. "Quail Brand." First-clas- s Feed Corn. Hartford Mill Co.'s UnboltCorn Chops. ed Meal. . Corn Feed Meal. " . German Millet Seed, " Fancy-Southern- mm Fancy Whipporwilf Peas. EDWARDS SCHO0LHOUSE. June 7. Farmers in this section are busy setting tobacco. Tho corn and wluat crpos In this community are looking well. Several from this place attended the dedcatiton at Concord Sunday. Those that went were! Mr. D. Tuck er and wife, Air. Dorman Hurt and family, Farls Bryant, Mr. Cleve Johnson and wife, Miss Flora Ashford, George Tucker, MLsa Lena Duke, .Mr. Fitahugh Good. Mr. Lacy Dabney ralfe and children and Mr. Kit Austin, wife and children were the guest of Mr. Simon Au-tr- y and family Sunday. Mr. Burn .McDaniel wife and son Wilbur ore visiting at Mr. J. W. Dabneys this week. Mr. Beach Herrel and wife visited in this community from Saturday until Sunday. Mr. L. V. Volls is on the sick list Mrs. Essie Tucker and Mrs. Bcesio Th revival services will begin next Sunday at Bethel church and will be conduoted by Revs. boony and ' -., " Dean. A surprise birthday dinner was given at the home of Mr. J. W," Dabney on June 6., in honor of .Mr. Dabney, It being his 5Cth birthday. Early in the morning people began to arrlvo with well filled baskets. At noon a delicious, dinner was" served Those present were; Mrs. T.hos. Ashford, Mr. Barnie McDowell, wife and little son, Wilbur,. Mr. V. R. Dabney,wifQ and children Alma and Gordon, Mr. J. L. Hurt wife,, and daughters" Maa, rie L. J?. Dabney, wife and children iNonie, Jesse and Ida. Mr. Dabney enjoyed the day very much. Late in the evening all returned to their homes reported a nice time. and-Don- . .B.A. Thomas'-Iu- o proved Stock and Poultry Remedy, and Hog Powder. Every package guaranteed. Minor's Fly Oil for Stock. Minor's Disinfectant Fluid. Chicken Feed Cracked 2 sizes; Wheat, Atlas Corn, Chick. Peed, Atlas Hen Feed, Mica' Crystal Grits, 3 sizes; Oyster Shells. Jones' Pure Animal Matter Fertilizer, made by the Jones' Fertilizer Company, of Louisville, Ky. , Home Grown Peas. t6 W. E. ELLIS, The Produce Man, SATISFACTION HMiiii&R&?&u9Hi i HARTFORD, KY r? -- ie I U H l'ii . an Attention! BliFBli t BHBBil s HbHhIHHmI o HSHiH 2 --. SPW?lsffi9H- - W I lSm E:-' 'jgEftfri -- -- H f to-da- ge ?a real-dea- ee iJ --------- --------I J- teeKr. dub ee.lw $ Hartford Grocery 6fc THOMAS MONUMENTAL WORKS HAMrORD, KY. ""S sr Let Us Shoe You! rrecfSbape NOW IS THE TIME te shake these High Shoes Think of the comfort and case that can be had in a pair of t Oftrtbon typftwriWc paper tor Ml 34tf. The RepubHcan office. Dr. E. A. Carson has returned to a vlMt 'his home at Corbtn, Ky., lwffo with relAtives Mrs. J. UMcKenney, of Taylor parenis, Mines Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sanderfur and family. Typewriter paper In all grades, type writer ribbons and carbon paixvr for sftlo all tho time at The Republican ' 44tf. office. Capt. A. O, White's njw boat,, "PkvisureviWo" left yesterday for Us ngul&r fiekly trip to Llvennore, and aer 'hr will return to-da- y. Mr. T. S. Marks, will return Sat- Korrect Shape Oxfords rt') X Made on special lasts so that there is no gapping at the ankles, and they cannot help but ht snug All the Ppulr Styles are made, to suit every taste urn japs Patent and Dull Leathers Guaranteed COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVER Burt & Packard Co. .SHAPE! MAKERS . urday from Bmumont, Ky., where he has been engaged In tfu rvnUo service for several weeks. Capt, and Mrs. A. D. Stanley, of Beaver Dam, lttft last mttek for (TrinCol., "whoro they will visit idad, their son, Dr. A. F. Stanley. Miss Aah Fdranlts left Monday for her home at Rockpcrt, lnd after spending eevoral months here In tlie mllllnory derartment of Fair & Co. The old soldiers reunion will be hold at Contiertcmn on July 4. Here Is the chance to spend a pleatant day mingling with your friends. Mrs. Z. II. Shultz, of Pleasant Ridge, who has been visiting (her par ents, Mr. aad Mrs. J. P. Sanderfur for a few days, will return home today. Mr. Jas. T. Da,vls, of Marvlns Chap el church attended iho Coaforenool of the Owensboro Dlstrlet which convened at Deaver Dam May 30 to Brockton, Mail onArx June 2. Too much cannot be said about the above line of Men's Shoes. Read the guarantee every pair' warranted by us. We are backed by the manufacturers. So,come, buy" a shoe that you are absolutely safe in buying low in price, new in style, best in workmanship. And remember it pays to tiade with a house that saves you money. I&X&ChX Hartford Republican. M 'FRIDAY, JUNE 9, HllnolsCentraJ Railroad Time ' ' Table. At Beaver Dam Ky. ' Wo.ttSdae fHeirtli Hound. :06 N6.irtneJ!8p.m. o.l02dne3:4Sp.m. am. Mn 141 rinAll.ftS A. m BBih Bennd. No.uudne Jp.j.tund w..MioB.wp- .- 'was a pleasant ofrlce f Mr. William SchroadeT, of Olaton, paid us a pleasant call Monday. Another Dinner Set will be given away Saturday at 4 p. m. by Ohio 45tf County Drug Co. I II you haven't tried a chocolate at Ohio Nut Sundae get one 45tf County Drug Co., ' Mr. A. E. Sanderfur, of Beaver nam I vm- In tawn yesterday and " several pianos" while here lTS- - s- - T- - . "Harnett ' to-da- y, I at r Dr. S. D. Taylor of Beaver Dam, wn in town. Wednesday. 'Flowers and Flower Pots for sale by B. T. Williams, Hartford, Ky. 36tf. Mrs. Oda Young, of Owensboro, vis- lted Mrs. J. B. Tappan last week. Mrs T. R. Barnard was the guest of relatives at Smallhous this iwe-'Don't forget the homo talent play at Dr. Bean's Opera House tonight. Aittorney Otto U. Martin transacted business In Centertown, yesterday." Apply . "Wanted at once a saleslady. at tho New York Store, Hartford, r K-i- 42tX, , Hartford, bob. will pay cash for Ginseng and YelW. H. Moore & ot once several gallons of nice cherries. Call at The Republican office. 47tf. Holbrook returned Mr. McHenry home Saturday from Winchester, Ky., attending school. whierw hd has Mrs. Katia Hickey and daughter Miss Gladys, of Concord, visited Miss Em ma E. Park last Thursday afternoon Mr, A. R. Plummor, manager of the Centertown Mercantile Co., was transacting business bene Wcdaes- day. Dr. Chas. Crcrader, has moved from Mercer, Ky., to Mcllemy, and has fornvd a partnership with Dr. J. S. Smith. Miss Llda Morton rurned Monday 'rom AlaDama where she has been for ww tn low-ro- I to bo 5J5S"Sltwo " Word was received hero yesterday that Mr. JoTm X. Taylor, formerly .Anderson, leun- manager of the Ohio County Drug day for Lioulvllie W wok mwwuw .,: Cor, but now in business at Green' The Cheapest Place of Earth to buy ' legal affalra.4 v 'i ville, wua quite ill with appendicitis. of Utaver Dam, ail' kind of Seed Mlsa- - Ruth''l3rc Dr. J. W. Taylor was summoned and H". The OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY CD. Prof. ad Airs. twas th. guest 29lf Hartford, Ky. ltft Wedrcsday to perform an operB. Brown "this we. ation. Mr. Wlteorf Bennett, of Owensboro, FOR SALE Cow and CaW. (Both Jr Mrs. J. I. Williams, of Durant. Wjdnesday af- L. M. STKVBNS. "returned to hte home good condWoo. iwho-ha- a been visiting her sis- -; ' Route 2. ted a few dys vU4t here wish rel- Okla., Hartford, JCy., 47t4 ter, Mrs. W, D. .iWwbolt- - and Mis: . WteXce atives and. fcieude. . Mrs. CUwenoe Keowm. a for btf J. R. Pirtle, will leave y want to EarH nwwr Saturday, The u4ay School o)ast of Mrs. home. Mrs. C. A. Frier, of Illinois, .Keawn i,rf..rJot. hai, 'oWarnn. T hi. B. Biowa and Mrs. C. M, Darnott who has also been visiting her sis( DbW MSKI p IW" ! Mre. Wallace Rlltty' and Mw. A. O. nJoye alBdW outtag at Kohler- ters at the same time, will remain Tuw. ,0amp "yJ(r lot Wdwday for a iM Wlll6B"raI a few days. day. aojourrat Da'wboo. fiprlags. TheCetttertown anuRocWport Brass mother, 'Band will furnish music for the Old Mrsv Jkn.JI.,Ke,wp,,,aHd &Wr. T. R. Bvnardt ssalor trom SoUiu-MwWtaTJortorfavriH-ne'It w flm t..arBirJ & Reuuloa at Cwitartown on iSj-wi' MF. adMrs. T, t, sallhouswl4ii"a-JWifiv4tiTwlHArrange-mea- ie k the fourth day of July. . A. Morto1, W. WawJ.lKy., , party. are being mad to take care ? Mrs. Al Bratt asd M. 8. A. Have, ,yeur old traw hats ss&de of allU the 'visitorsfor,and who team ttne la store HUe, as4 ipeatal rates oa the railroad ats etethes aUo. Work Ladlss bb4 7u,ub.iov nr nwonaboro. wbew t .toe guaraRte,' ealUd tor aad dejiv will probably b secure and annouue-edWor- .. Z, wm a BwiU v Drug Co., , . Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Sehlemmer, who Mrs. Qtanmce- - Kcma and children, thave. boon -quite ill for several days, . iGeorirr Calvin, and JullarHetai. wore i .. are rnmer. P. , half mile and on road, Is qdlte HI, V jj Wiho,Uvu8 Bbout Hart-Furnitu- re Forney - '' below MoHcnry Lieut. Shown, of Co., H. requests that the 'local company ofmllltla Is to drill night AH members of the organization must bo present at 7 o'clock. Floral aesign hook of F. Walker and Co., of Louisville, and can furnish floral designs for funerals and special occasions. E. T. WILLIAMS. Hartford, Ky. 3Ctf "A Couple of Curious Courtships" a three act comedy, will be presented at tho OpfcrA 'House tonight Iby the Hartford Players Club. If you want to spend a pleasant evening, don't fall to see the play. Club of Ceaterfown The Coram-rcla- l Is making elaborate preparations to entertain all of the visitors that attend the Fourth of July celebra tion at that place this year. Mrs. B. L. Taylor and little daughter, Zelraa tce, returiuxl home Wednesday from Smallhous, where they had been visiting Mrs. George Reid and Mrs. Opple Klttlnger.. Bean's orchestra has been engage by the Hartford Playors Club ami will furnish the music for the play "A Couple of Curious Courtships." at the Opera House tonight. County Attorney C. E. Smith, Judge R. R. Wedding Judge W. H. Barnes and son, Glenn and Dr. H. J. Bell left Monday for a fishing trip to Grassy ore. They will return the last of tihis week. Miss Eva Murray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Murray, of route 5, arrived "home Wednesday from Danville, Ky iwhere she has Ihwd attending school for several months. She will return to her wcTk In September. Judge John B. Wilson returned home yesterday morning from a trip to sevHe; left Mrs. eral Eastern cities. Chicago Wilson and two sons in they will visit for several where days. , Mrs. E. M. Morton, of Center-towentertained with a house party last week. Those present were: Mrs. F. O'Flynn, Utica, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. e, R. A. O'Flynn and children, of and Mrs. R. E. Smith and son Robert, of Providence, R. I. many of We are glad to note that sending us nows our readers are Items to furnish tho news of Hartford and Ohio county, and we can make, a greater success If our readers with us. So lot your will mews Items come on, we want them. us to announce n, Madl-sonvlll- TMft R. C Duff, of Dundee, 'was in fown Wedn nday and Thursday. Miss Macfe Hotchtr. of Centertown. )m jfuj giust of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Taylor. 'jjVtral retroi.did to my other fcr ment. Old you? 47tf E. W. FORD, M. D. , Misses Tina, Clara and Mary Ford, of route 4, Hartford, are at Sunnydale. Circuit court will b7girTfii Hartford Mpnclay. The docket will be found inano'her part of this edition. , Sdro'- - W. It. Carson, of Ueda, and Mr.Clar n&. Ktown, of FoMsvIUe, wero pi asar.it callers, yesterday. MIa IOuImj p. Strang, of New Yoi k, grandIs here at the bedside of father, Dr. Wayland Alexander. Mrs. And .rson Byers who Is at the home of hor brother, Mr. John Daf-fo- n n ar Sunnydale, Is no betttr. --,Hon. William Addams, candidate for Uit Democratic nomination for Governor, was in (Hartford yesterday, mingling radth the voters. Mrs. Fannie Goodln and little daughter, of Charleston, Mo., arrived In Hartford Wednesday to be the gufst of her parents, Capt. and Mrs. S.,K. Cox. Only one murrlagu llcentv has been issued from County Clerk TInsley's offioo since our lau issue, which was Robert Francis, 22, to Beryl Hooge, 21, both of McHnry. d Two handsome presents, each at G will be given away absolutely free by the Ohio County Drug old stand. For every dollar's worth of goods bought you ' 40tf. ge a chance. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Johnson, of NoCreek, are the parents of a twelve pound girl that arrived on May 31. The young lady has been christened Lucy Frances. Dr. A. B. Riley attending physician. Special music has been arranged for the Knights of Pythias memorial service that will 'be held at the First Baptist Church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. The K. of P. quartette will sing, and tho sermon will be delivered by Rev. Bruner. SCHItOETER'S FLOATING STUDIO Is at the Hartford Warf. Now Is ithe time to have thosu photos made pictures and We guarantee prompt d livery. Come down and give up a call. 47t4 THE SCHROETERS.. Miss Mary E. Marks, who is attending school at Bowling Grn, Is Before ejeptcttd home next week. returning she will visit the Mammoth Cave with a party of students, who over-lac- d trip from Bowling take-agt stl H li OFFER FOR YOUR -- INCOHI'ORATKD K ffl. i 1 VM-nn- CONSIDERATION vlslt-lnrelatlv- cs A SELECT LTNE OF-- Talcum Powder The best makes and all popular odors. Toilet Soaps That are refined in odor and do not roughen the skin. hr Perfumes and Toilet Water The best makes of Violet and other popilax odors. Cigars, Imported and Key West The best known brands. Tooth Brushes The kind that retain their bristles. val-use- MRS. GREGORY BURIED Co::1-rlffl- n's IN HARTFORD MONDAY Was Resident of This City Twen- ty Two Years Ago Widow of Judge Gregory. 4841 4842 4843 4844 4845 4848 4849 4852 4854 4855 485C 4858 48C0 4SG1 4"8C6 Com'th. vs. Cordelia Denlson, Com'th. vs. Isaac W. Bbrnhelio. Com'th. vs. Maok Shoper. Com'th. vs. Bernard Bernhelni- Com'th. vs. Jno. Myers. Com'th. vs. J. B. Atklsou. Com'th. vs. Loe Howell. Com'th. vs. Mike Helfrich. Com'th. vs. Robert Bruner. Com'th. vs. Hocking-Phelps-Bo-n- Co. n The following composed a party that spent a few days last week fish- GJn- - ing at Grassy Creek: Mr. and Mrs. James l.yons and son Willis; Mr. and .Mrs. D. H. Barnes and son, Earl; Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Watterson and son, Randall, Dr. E. A. Carson and Dr. Alva P.ate. Mr. Thomas Elmore, of Aberdeen, Butler county, visited his sisters Mrs. Jas.. T. Davis and Mrs. Anderson Byers and other friends near Sunnydale last Sunday, and was tho guest of Mr. J. D. Berry of the Palo neighborhood Sunday nlglrt, and returned home Monday. in Hart-fj:- d A telegram was announcing yesterday morning tlw death ojf the eleven months old child of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Miller, of Trentpn, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Ira D. Bean left the same afternoon for Trenton, Mrs. Bean being a slsUr Commonwealth Mrs. Zelma Berry Gregory, widow who of Judge Wm. F. Gregory, died in Hartford about 22 years ago, passed away at the home of Henry Butler, her daughter, Mrs. at Charleston, S. C, last Friday June 2, after a protracted Illness of liver trouble. Her remains were brought back to Hartford and Interred beside her husThe band in Oakwood cemetery. corpse arrived Monday and funeral services were conducted by Pastor J. W. Bruner at the Baptist church, memof which she was a faithful ber and where fche tautht a class of boys In the Sunday School many years ago. The interment followed. Mrs. Gregory left Hartford "with Annie and Parkle, her daughters, and ion Tffcfy. about fourteen yea'rS" aco. coing to some point in Geor gia. She was a daughter of Dr. Berry, oae of the most noted phy sicians of Ohio county, and a good traits. woman of rare Intellectual and The Gregory family Is well by our older pleasantly rontmber-ccitizens. accompanied the Relatives who Mr. and corpse to Hartford Were: Mrs. Alonzo Walker, of Louisville; Butkr, of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Charleston, S. C; John Camd n, of Jacksonville, Fla., and her brother, Dr. John Morgan Borry, or LelichfJeld, Ky.,. Her son Roy, who lvs at Atlanta, Ga was with her In h';r last lllr.s, but was unable to accompany her remains all the nay back to the old hometown for burial. 4867 4870 4871 4S72 4873 4874 4875 4S7G Com'th. vs. E. L. Wells. Com'th.s. Chas. Denison. Com'th. vs. May M. Klmbley. . Com'th. vs. E. S. Randall. Com'th. vs. A. E. Smith. Com'th. vs. Puarl Tlchenor. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'!), Com'th. 2ND, DAY. vs. Hardin Baize, et al. vs. Frank Allen, et al. vs. Hardin Baize, et al- vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. Frank Allen, '6tal- Kern Alvey. Bob Acton. Dob . Baker. 4877 4878 4S79 4880 4881 4882 4883 4884 471G Lem Watt, et aT. Joy Wheeler. vs. John Clever. vs. Flelden Turner. vs. Raymond Phillips. re. Fi lden Baize, et nl- vs. Flelden Baize, et al- vs. Chas. Bajze, et aT. 4TH, Day. Com'th. vs. George Simpson- vs.. A Terrible Blunder, It-Ta- Nover do Dr. King's New- - Life Pins on the first sign of constipation, biliousness or Inacthe bowels and prevent virulent Indigestion, jaundice or gall stones. They regulate liver, stomach and bowels and build up your health. Only 25c at oil druglsts. ia Chanlaron-Fields. to neglect liver trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fields arrived In Hartford W dr,sday afternoon from Now Orleans, L.I., 'Wiht-r- e Docket, June of Mr. .MlUeJV Term 1911. Mr. E.-- P. Stevens, of Beaver Dam, 1ST, DAY. paid usia call Tuesday and renawol 4C93 Com'th vis. Grover 'Morris, et al. his subscription to The Republican 4G96 Cometh. s. Ermst Jams, et al. and also for his son, Clifton Stev- 4099 Com'th. vs. Paul Cooper. ens, who Is In the navy. The latter 4730 Com'th. vs. Claivno Rowe. Is well, remembered In this city, as 4734 Com'th. vs. Luther Bruce. he was a student In Hartford Busl-- n 4740 Com'th. vs. Carl (alias Grcrader) were married Monday ewnlng at G o'clock. Mr. Flrlds Is a pleasant lady and vlfaitvd hre some tinv ago. Sha was Mrs. E. J. Chankiron befoie her marriage to Mr. Fields. For several KusMr. Fields has been engaged In the lallroad business In Louisiana, and is at present claim agent with one of the largest rs companies In that State., with Lafayette, w here ho andT at his The many-friend- s bilde will reside. Mr. ai.d Mrs. Fields extent! of best wishes. hoarf-quarte- the' ZZtZ 4 7 4 to-da- fsw-day- s1 Co.,f' ,mbr s :g dLJoa ,litki''JMr, at-tn- d. attd ,. ,iV M. u. it 'ss Institute for some time. All members 'of Rough River Lodge No. lio"; Knights of Pjthlas, are requested to meet at the lodge hall Sunday morning at 10:30 so that they may "march to the First Bap-tl- tt Church la a body to attend the memorial eermon, which Is to be Rev, J. W. Bruner. J. B. TAPPAN, C. C. J. NEY FOSTER, K. of R. & S. Frlenda and relatives In this city have received announfvnHEt of the marila&e ol Mr. Somers Barnett to Miss Marie L. Camden, which took place at Idabell, OMa., recently. Mr. Barnotit Is' remembered here by many and Is the sou of Mr. John Barnett, a former resident of this county, Mr. l, and Mrs. Barnett will reside at where tho former has a splendid position. Judge T. F. Blrkhead has gone to Elloubotlttown, wbero ho acted as county special' judge In the Hardin circuit .eourt, having been requested by Governor WUUoa U act in that capacity during the present week. Judge Blpkhoad will have to return to Owensboro Saturday or Sunday, as a regular term of court Hartford on next that win 'open-i' Mondayiraerekig. Ida-bel- Fox. 4744 Com'th. vs. 4745 Com'th. vs. 4755 Com'th. vs. 4757 Com'th. vs. 47G0 Com'th. vs. 47C8 ComHh. vs. 47G9 Com'th. vs. 4777 Com'th. vs. 4778 Com'th. vs. 4783 Oom'th. vs. 4784 Com'th. vs. 4788 Com'th. vs. 4,791 4795 4796 4797 4798 4803 4806 4808 4812 4814 4817 4820 Anderson Young. Anderson Young. Will MoKey. Herman Young. Nathaniel Ward. Krnest White. Ernoat White. Gilbert Wright. Jessv CaseWer. Charles Condor. Clarence Dlllard. Llaihe Ransom. Com'th. vs. Ben Doss, Com'th. vs. C. H. White. Com'th. ,ys. C. H. White. Com'th. vs. Claude Taylor. Com'th. vs. Claude Tnylor. Com'th. vs. Lisohe Ransom. Com'th.. vs. Llscho Ransom. Com'th. vs. Lische Raniom. Com'th. vs. Lische Ranson. ComUh. vs. Jlardln Baize. Com'th. vs Flelden Baize. Com'th. vs. Red (alias Rusty) AVltaon. When Should Glasses be Worn? When one has to turn the light very high to see to read; when he has to hold the print too far away from his eyes; when he has to hold the print under his nose; when his eyes ache or water; when he has headaches, which headachepowders won't cure; whe things look misty or double; when his eyes trouble him ia this way it is time for him to - have them examined. tosting outfit and can supply yotir an up-to-da- I have te hehj n 4825 ComUb. vs. Bob Kelson, 4836 Com'th. vs. Bob Noteon, 4831 Com'th. vs. Leo dlobbs. 4833 Com'th. vb. P. A. Wheat. 4834 Com'th. vs. Lew Hurt. 4836 Com'th. vs. Mollle Day. 4838 Oo'U.:vb. J. E. Sailth. wants. . Consultation free. B. TAPPAN,. J.Tlie Prosperous Jeweler and Optician, , ' L.v,HARTFORD,Ky. m - fTt yolks until rmyafid the white suunl eU. To tho yolk m M the add. you gar (ono pint) beating hot Then add ono quart of .boilli Let tfite stand until cold. Now milk. ndd on plno of cream ,ono fourth pine bebt French ongnac PIaco Jn iaml frecvo th eairno as a punch. Serve In punch cups and top with whlped cream. Mi ' ) ! HOUSEHOLB HELPS. (A Special Department for Our Housekeepers. Contributions Accepted.) I h frter i FOPUIvOIt CHARLOTTE RUSSE. Ono qimrt of sweet cronm beaten MM, oc linlf cup of pulverized sugar Saved Her Own Life. ; may Iw due 4o her myhtral weftkrKs. To a woman a mVa 1M hi a good mn see deal like an open, book-atoonly two pages. .t !. It takes an exoeptlolly Btroug- keep hi 'teol streak minded mnn to under cover for tliirty days. It's awfully hard for a wowjan to undersVir.d why men do lfist like to nme sick people and attesd funerDally News. ""; als. Chic -- tonu A ?. t M cookies Or feponge cake the beaten cream Into mold and wt away In ice to cool; should utaad four or five hours btfore using. If 'in .warm weather and without Ice, let it stand over night. When ready to serve ,dlp the mold Jn hot watsr for on Instant, then the cream will turn out on a pinto Hko Jelly. This makes a good desert, too, at a dinner or luncheon. The full recipe mill make enough for eight people. APPLE PUFF. Pool and grate enough apples to Beat the whites make two capfuls. 8 stiff, with four tablespoon of live Jul) of powdered sugar, e(Ir Jn qulok- iy tbo graUtl aplt and two of lemon Juice. Turn into a pudding dish and bake for SO minutes. Eat as feoou aa baked with a lot custard sauce. ROAST HAM. '1 Wash and scrape carefully and soak la cold water 24 hours. Scrape again and dry thoroughly. Make a dough with tvo quarts of flour and water enough for a stiff paste. Roll this Jnto a sheet large enough to wrap tho bam. Fold the ham In it and .place on a moat raok In the dripping pan. Bake in a moderately hot oven six tours. On taking from the oven aomove tho paste and skin. Sprinkle with fine crumbs and return to th oven for half an hour. Bust carefully' with cayenne and baste every flv minutes with ice, using one cup of claret and two tablespoons sherry, it will be delicious either hot or cold. lady Turn ilnget-6- , stirred Jnto th beaten cixam; vanilla Lamb, of this place, says, "1 believe flavoring to taste. Dissolve on half 1 would have bedn doad before now, had package of gelatine In as llttlo cold It not been for Cardul. I haven't had water as possible, et on the atovo, one of those bad upeJJ since I como to a boll. Then let and to use your medicine." Car"fltximl until partly cold and stir quickie a specific medicine for the dul ly Into ths baaten. cream. Dip a Cardul Is Jlls that women suffer. jnojd Jpo cold yater and lire wltlr vegetable Lebanon Jet, Ky. Mr. Minnie lt com-nionc- cd hiado ,from harmless ORANGE MA.TtMAL.ADE, f . if R. i n t Haw lmpoi-tan- t a woman feels the flrM tlmo eho takro her baby tol " . . church! 3& .FJIOZBN EGGNOQ. J&ise (rah eggs and beat A woman's inability to hokl he? jr0Arfite Two large cour seedless oranges,, two lemons, 11 cups of water. Shave Jruit fine and cover with 11 cups of water. Let stand 24 hours and then Lat stand 24 boll 20 to 25 minutes. lours again and finally boll down with eight cupe of sugar. Will make about eight Jelly glasses KEEP OUT OF RUT IN COOKING. ' House wlfesihould brak the monotony In household duties by studying different wajs of preparing ithlng6 to eat as well as they study embroidering stitches. The common bacon can be made palatable by cooking thin ellces little, then taking them out, dip in the white of an egg, and roll Id cracker crumbs and return to the iat and brown. When served with minoedi groen peper It Is good to al and to look at. SAVE CUCUMBER PARINGS. Save cucumber parangs and lay on shelves and In drawers hereto oth-r-ewith anta and roaoh. They will fioon disappear, if ants or - roaches ar bad, try leaving the shelves without paper for awhile In addition to using the cucumber parings. AMMONIA KILLS FISH ODOR. A little household ammonia on a dlecloth will sweeten ocfefe pats and will remove all fish odors from dlshe and hands uud In Its preparation. NEW KITCHEN UTENSIL. For picking fruls such ae green iwal-nu- ts and plums In preserving time cut stick pins through the conk thickly. This will prove a great time aa.Yer where a quality of fruit Is to be done .at once. COVER THE ROLLING PIN. Take piece of hmvy unbloached mue lln the" length of your rolling pin and as wide around as rolling pin. Hem across the top t Sew. up. opening and put on a loop made of anuslln to hang up by. ENGLISH RHUBARB. Line a deep buttered pudding dish with b1!cs of bread or pta paste rolled thin. Cover with a layer of x&opped xhubar-- and eprtod thickly with 6Ugar. Make a custard of one pint of inilk; yolke of two egg; a little salt and baf a cupful of granulated sugar. Pour It oer tho rhubarb. Bake in a moderate oven until the custaid Is set; then spread the top with a meringue- made of the wb&tos of two eggs and half a cupful of ssgar. Diqa delicately. COFFHE OAKBS. oomprcteed Dkwolve one cake of yvset In one cup of &wrm water, add xme half teaupoonful sugar, one cup Hour; cover and Bet aside until light .asd psffy. Then add on cup sugar, --one cup of warm milk, two and on-a- li cupa flour, pour Into pan, It TteetUHtll light, then eprlnkle sugar, and rftlalnu on top and jir'ffn " d b - vfe, reliable medicine, successfully used by suffer The "pure food law" 4s designed by ing women for more than fifty years. y Try It for Kile A all ulrug-glst- s. the Government to protect the public A2 from injurious ingredients in both . foods and drugs. It Is beneficial both H0RT0N. to'tto public and to tho contclen-tlon- s Ely's Civam manufacturer. May 30. Farmers a.ro vecy busy Balm a successful remedy for cold In and crops nro looking fine. head, nasal catarrh, hay fever, Mrs. Mary Edwards Is sick at this the etc. containing no Injurious drugs, writing. moots fully the requirements of thg Mies Dora Edwards kft Saturday law, and that fact is prominently stafor St. Vincent to &Md Sohool. very package. Itcontalns , Ma-and Mrs. Lacy Debney and chil- ted on Injurious drugs which dren Wavle, Jeese and Alta Mae, none ef the Austin, are required by the law to be mention of Mr. C. Y. were the ed on the label. Hence you can use family Saturday night and Sunday. It e&fely. 4 BryMJfcses Ella Dabney, Maudl Baize, ant, May Cox, Veola and Helen Notice. Nora AwUy find Mr. Argle Baize, All persons having claims against visited Misses Boasle and Oorlnne the estate of the late W. L. Brown Austin Sunday. hereby notified to present them Mlse-.-Mary and Flra Ashford, lef are proven to me In Hartford, Sc,tUinday""fCT Narrcns whre they wll properly Ky., on or before July 1, 1911, or they be the guests of Wise Vera Shre,vc will be barred. Also all persons Infor a few days. debted to (said estate' will be requirMre. Rowa Efllze went to Beaver ed to make payment at an early date Dam to Bave cost. Mr. and Mrs. Careon Wiln anil 43U H. E. BROWN, Adnir. baby Lillian, have (returned from Taylor Minos, .whe thv have been Cheap Clubbing Rates. visHlrig Mrs. Tom WHon who IB We have made an arrangement wltl very 4ck. Farmer, Master Arnet Cox visited Earl Aus- the publishers of the Inland of Louisville, whereby we are enabld tin Sunday. to furnish The Hartford Republican and that paper one year for $1.50. Terrible Picture of Suffering. The Inland Farmer Is a weekly JourOllnton, Ky. Mrs. M. C. McElroy, nal and one of the best farm papert la a letter from Clinton, writes: published In the United States. Oar "For six years, I was a sufferer from readers should take advantage oi feiraal troubles. 1 could set at,and this offer. tf could not Hand on my fei, without suffering great pain. 1 had lost hope. After u&4ng Cardul a week, I began to improve. Now I feel better than Ladies! Save Money and Keep in ,' In elx yoare." Fifty years of sucStyle by Reading McCaH'j cess in actual practice, is positive Magazine and Using McCall Patterns j proof, furnished by tho&e who have McCn'aMictlCKlll tried it, that Cardul can always be help you dress HACAZIHE reHed on for relieving- - female weak" at a moderate expense by keeping y nees and dleens. Try Cardul, you posted on tbo It ia a Do you know that of all the minor ailment colds are by far the mott dangerous? it is not the eoW Itself that you need to fear, but the sjrlous diseases that It often leads to. Most of those ore known as germ disease. and coneumptlen are Pneumonia 's among them. Why not take Cough Remedy and cure your coW while you can? For sale m by oil druggists. 'Ohani-fcerlaln- i to-da- ett s to-da- y. 0. K.Btma Circuit Court-- T. F. Bkfcheftd, Judg; 0. U. BiBNITT Ben D. Binge, Attorney W. P. Mldklff, It (jukkljr abtrbed. FeJailer; K. O. Barntas, Clerk j P. Giro Rtfief at Onte. lix, Master Commfcloner;. It. T. CelllM. soothes, ItclAn4, Trurtee Jury Fund; T. II. Blaek, Sherheals ami piotecls iff, Hartford. DeputIe-- 8. O. Keewn an tho diseftwl mem-braLon Black. Court eenvenes first Monresulting from HARTFORD, - KY. . ; day In February and continues Catarrh ami driven Monday In April, two weeks third Will practice their prefeseten In all t away a Cold in tlio second Monday In Juno, three weeks courts of Ohio ami adjoining eet'i-tle- s Head quickly. two weeks. third Monday In October Mores the Sen and Court of Appeals. 8p: tl of II 11. Wcddlnir, Judge; given to all buelne Taste nml Smell. FulUlat-neta., at Drug-gist- s a County Court-- n. ei.irust4 AtTInsley, CKrk, Ct E. smlin, or by mail. In Kquid form, 7G cent. W. to their care. Collections at.j trie Prac' first Lly Brother, CO 'NVorTen Street, New York. torney, Hartford. Court convenes tice of Criminal and Ileal Betato Law Specialties. Office in Republlcaa buildMonday In each month. on ing. quarterly Quarterly Court-Ucc- lns the fourth Monday In February, May, Aneniki tfn.1 Jnvfm1ifr. Court of Claims Convenes first TuesL. day In January and first Tuesday in October. MoxCey. S. Other County OHIcorf-- C. Fordsvlllo, Ky., It. F. D. Surveyor, No. 2; llernard Felix .Assessor, Hartford, Ky.. It. F. D. No. 2; Henry Leach, 'r HARTFOBD, - KY. Dr. A. 13. Superintendent, Hartford; Itlley, Coroner, Hartford. Succeed when everything else fads. Will practice his profession la Ohls COUItTS. JUSTICES In nervous prostration and female and adjoining counties and In the Court weaknesses they are the supreme B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday lot Appeals. Criminal practice and Col remedy, as thousands have testified. after 3rd Monday in March, Tuesday af- lections a specialty, uince in uie iter ter 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday after aid building. FOR KIDNEY. LIVER AND 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after 3rd Monday in December1. STOMACH TROUBLE Wednesday nfte O. K. Scott. it is the best medicine ever sold 3rd Mondoy.lnCromwell. Wednesday after- March, over a dniggUt'a counter. aru .tuonuay in June, weunesuay nuer 3rd Monday in September, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December. John II. Miles. Itocknort. Friday after 3rd Monday in March, Friday after 3rd Monday la June, Friday after 3rd HARTFORD, - KY. Monday in September, Friday after 3rd Monday in December. Will practice his profession in all the Buckbee's "Full el LHe" Northern Grotra J. C. Jnckson, Centcrtown, Saturday Fed creed Seeds have a reputation of sS years ol iter 3ra Aionaay in Aiarcn, Saturday ar Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, successful seed growing behind them. M pays to ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday after and in the Court of Appeals. Also NoBtant the beet. 3rd Monday In September, Saturday af tary Public Office over First National Seasonable Specialtie- ster ora Aionuay in December. Cook, Renfrow, Tuseday nf tcr Bank. DEANS . W.X0 Bushel L W- - Monday Earliest Red Valentine 2nd In Febrjinrv. 'I'linmltiv nfi.r KelURee Extra Early Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd it" ntJy In August, Tuesday nfter tod New Strlncless Green rv.'.SSBmhj! WardweU's Imp. JOHN B. WILSON Monday la November. CUA9.M.C110WB I)als New White Wax J4.7J Bushel ThomnK lnnH.r. nnnA Carrie's Rustproof Wax to jo Bushel after the second Mouday In February, PEAS $j.50 Bushel Wednesday after-- 2nd Monday In Alay, Extra Early Alaska . . 2eJicsday after 3rd Monday In August. New Earlv Gradus . . . fjjoHusnei . J ednesday after 2nd Monday In Novem- Horsford's Market Garden - J3.50 Bushel ; ucr. cypress ti cusna r, v xiuckDees w..,. .,., ndiV Radish. Tomato and a lull - Hne et 2m? February' HARTFORD, - KY. Seeds. Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing- prices. iiS SendforcompIetecaUlogueorsubmltaYistol oJ!e Sd Jiondav U Aiimf.' Will practice their profeeelon In all your requirements and wtlfquote prices. m?UBV 2nd Mnnrtnt ISV,cmbeJ-- , , Buy I Monev. from the gr.wer-Sa- ve ' nfter Write today. Mention this paper. UriiwaUE"Y lpn' Friday after 2nd the courts of Ohio and adjoining counn February, 2nd .15Io0nd,ay in Mny- - Friday after 3rd Mon- - ties, end In the Court of Appeals. H- - W- August, Friday after 2nd Special attention given to criminal Roclford Serd Fsros. KackfsrsMft day in November. practice end to collections, ffloa on I HARTFOItD POLICE COUIIT. Main St., opposite Court House. C. M. Crowe, Judge; a. B. Llkens.CIty Attorney; Sam Riley, Marshal; Court convenes second Monday In each month. TC1i,y H- - "WHllams. 1V,nc,1-T- J Mayor; T t.90111!18' C,erk: s- - K- - Cox, mb,irsT,or Council, T. It. Barnard, W. J. Bean. TV. M. Fair. Pn ay or. W. E. Ellis. E. P. Meore. Reliable Remedy CATARRH Directory l. three-weeks- FJIIDFXMJ;, Ely's CrciM Bain l smith, Attorneys barnett at Law, W; Itciiau CCUfD lln bfLll a (Electric FRANK Bitters SEEDS Attorney at Law, FELIX, Attorney at Law TANOYL.MOSLEY, ' TtrA.,i. WILSON & CROWE 1 L.tt. "pfj" hJ Thuffi LAWYERS BUCKBEE TRY THE REPUBLICAN ? J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. All - GIenn- chairman; 4 ,n8ly. Secretary, c. M. Barnett, o'n?' Crowe and 8- Dr. E. B. Pendleton. Ohio County JOB WORK WE DO THE SATISFACTORY KIND SERVICES. , M. I?. PhtlrnT. ffsxt.tt. cAn.t .. and evening every first and third Sun- -- j hcii inunin. tsunuay school 9:45 fu,Ji. Yrayr meeting every Wednes- y.'lJft Rev- - VrK Elgin Pastor. Church-Servi- ces every Sunday morning and evening. Sunday School RELIGIOUS .. Matters Given Prompt Atten- tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A SPECIALTY. OTTO C. MAIITIK 8. rJ?- - evenln- ' paJer meetlag cery - "ev. J. w. Brunei', Wed-pSstS- r! r. McKENNET SiSdit'? s!doiya W . ,( ifiSSK&s every fourth a anU P- - ' Sunday Elder' w B- - wri.r" pasfor. C. P. Church-Servi- ces S"unday In each month at II a. m.first and 7 p, m. Sunday Scool 9:13. ?,hlwch-Scrvl- ccs m- m- P- - Martin & McKeiey Hartford, Kys. flyl-ish- lr to-da- now. A-- 4 Call for Convention. At a regular meeting of the Republican Executive Committee of Ohio County held at the Court House In Hartford, on May 26, 1911 and a ma jority of the committee being pres ent It waa ordered that the call for the State Convention for July 11, 1911 for the purpose of nominating state officials to be voted upon at the regular Narembur election, 1911, be-and is approved and that pursuant to the dlrectlors of the Republican State Central Committee It Is or dered and directed that a mass con vention be held at tile Court Houw In Hartfoid, Ky., July 8. 1911, at 1:30 Standard Time, for the purpose of electing 33 delegates and 33 alternate ti?legates to attend the State Convention to be held In Louisville, Ky., July 11, 1911 for tle purpose of nominating candidates for office of Governor, Lieut. Governor, Attorney General, Auditor, Tiratsurer, of State, Supt. of Public Instruction, Commissioner of Agriculture and StntlUJcs and Clerk of Court of Appeals, to bo oted for at the November election 1911. R. J3. Martin, Ch'm'n. 47tf J. NEV FOSTER, Soc'y. Sec-rota- iy McCH Pttnn own Home, wiuijouronu nanus ciuinineior yourself and cbtldren which nill be perfect In stylo and fit. Price none hither tban 15 cents Send for freo Pattern Catalogue. ( We Will Gtc Yen Fid Prtinti for renins subscriptions amonc your friends. Send tor free Trcmi jm e atalnsue and e ash Trtze Offer. TBE BcCAll COMPANY. 233 li 249 ff tt 374 StEW VOU In and lists. 0 hew Fashlou Deslcns lu eatb lssup. Also mIu&LIo Information U on nil homo and per-- 1 Only I fonal matters. COc a year. Inoludlne I a frco pattern. Sub- - ( scribe today or send for free sample copy, f w ill enable you to rnnko In your fashions eloUies latest SOCIETIES. Harttprd Lodge No. 675. F. & A. M.. meets first and third Monday each month. Owen Hunter, w. fa.. In P. Foreman .Secretary. Keystone nhnniA.. m ha t. . .r meets every third Saturday night In WC"smTintJi;vJ,inn T; More Illgh Priest; SECRET General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOtt. if " A Hartford Chapter No. 84, O. meets second and fourth Monday E. S. eveni T&iSm8- - A- - A"derson, W. M. Miss Secretary. Rough River Lodge No. 110, Knights of mcets every Tuesday night, ?"" Cn JaSpan C' - J- - Ny Foster, K. ZtV? nevy Hartford Tn "M. ,.frlrf.t . on tr r m and 'third Thursday MeCALL PATTERNS Celebrated lor style, pe'lect . T fit, simplicity and reliability nearly 40 years. Sold In nearly every city and town in the United Statas and Canada, or by mail direct. More sold than any other make. Send for free catalogue. Foreman, Record Keeper. Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. It.. meets every first and third Friday night In each month. Mrs. Attye Grlffln.Lady In The Contemplation of Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Carpenters and Joiners local Beauty meets 1st Saturday night in eachNo. 1881. month Is no charm that a woman la thcro aeB8' Flee-- i yv' u- - Luce prouder oi than a pretty Bet of tooth Treas Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. F., meets Beauties who lack this essential and second and fourth Friday In Nbfi v8iO30 front teeth ana a ddstlgure-niom- t, cnVXrnetlVc'reW01' have bridge work inserted, as It cannot be distinguished from the day night In each month. James C. Ben- " Lale' J"Ier of We are experts In Records; natural teeth. - w-- No- - 2"2 Con-orown and bridge worlc, igold Inlays R,HaCamp'7' Thomus Clerk, C. Wlace1"' and plate work. rreston Jlorton Post guarantee on all work. Sat- 50Ids,i reSu'ar meetings No. 4, G. A. R Written Satufdny beforo fo?dflMin.MOnday each month. Jt isfaction In very particular. Commander; J. M. Rogars, Sec-Ac- prombthr cbtrtn1 in Ud TRADE-MARK- S all countries, or no (t-c obuin PATENTS THAT PA11 adwrtlM them UiocoeSj-t our eipenw, anUXtlp jou to mcccu, bend vodel. photo or ,kctct for FREE on patcnUMUtr. t9 jMrf practice. SURBofli on I'rontable Intent, write to B03-B0- B PASSING RIFCriENCta. flt ForfnaOolde WASHINGTON. Street. D. C. Seventh iiKWJia.00 and wlllli KILLthe COUCH WITH Ash-Ad- CURE the LUNGS DR. H. J. BELL, McCALL'S MAGAZINE More subscribers than anv othti faihlon marazlne million a month. Invaluable. Lat est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, plain sewing:, fancy ncedlewoik, hairdrcsslnc;, enqueue, 000a siorici, cic. jnir ut cems u Year fworth double). Including a iree Dattern. bubicribe today, or send for sample copy. DENTIST, Office in Republican Biilg. A. S. of VS. Both TMiorec! Hartford, Ky. National Officers: to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue and new cash prise offers. Address IHC McCAIl CO, 238 Is 213 W. 37th SI., NEW YORK WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS If you have trouble In getting rid of your cold you may know that you ar not treating it property. There Is no reason why a cold should hang on for weeks and It will not if you take Cbambei Iain's Cough Remedy. m For ealo toy all druggists. SEEDS 11 laa nncM i Tri. t Bnittnaia i ui. uu txi. vintUei fttMMMrfiiMii fc.ik 1 aJ"ICA1U la &U. MVAMniEtV WrUe toHtsy; Mcatton thl Piper. GILLESPIE BROS. W.H.& J. F.GILLESPIE SPECIAL OFFER: BUm. AtrUlwul1 lMria&nnt cuitamtr. rPriamitl9M r.hs:Wl2.,.il rtUim&ka kill oar K. U TOtl MMSAMAMAAAMAAiwWSAWVW r amlUrtlrtM MUHC'S SEEM SUCCESS t Pointed Btmuty Paragraphs. smlle-- unadorned to barley toleracoets Proprietors 10 CENTS SENDtxH and cU thU 4 - .A SmIu. wp !. - lMa kiJ i i ted. ant mw mw Frwns are free, but 15 are born grat then they begin to shrink. Not all gushing letters are written with fountain pens. Words nro the making of wise "men and tho unmaking of fools. It Um't the depth of love that counts so much as the length. Some people eeem to think that he who laughfi loutiott laugha lxt. Poeta or born probably for th benefit of waato baokjots manufacture Some-- men erg. cents. 6 LACKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK v . W. Mi JJW ni nwf wftW5S?m riUllt Vice Pre'sicfent. Tnias3' Ilol)ertlBOn' McLean county, Sc.- O?8arflzer?0emer' Warren county. State C. C. Allen. Henry aounty, and " C0U"ty' Assi8tnnt Board of Directors. Ben Watson, Warren county, c. M. Barnett. Ohio county, A. H. Brooks, Bracken county; R. u, nty. a"l J. F. Doss, ""v.. IIard,n Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officers: 8. L. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Henry Pirtle. Sec. Hartford, Dam.lCy. Ky D. Ferd. Treas.. Hartford, ky. COUNTY BOAnD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach. Chairman, Hartford.Ky. I. L. B. Tlchenor, Hartford, R. y. d. riO, o. 9 E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. J- 3. M. S. Patterson. Olaton, Ky. i- ? A'r0' h"8 nu"r Ky. nichard Plumer, Taylor Mlnes.Ky. . J. L. Brown, Rockport. Ky. k d.anaariT,d.aSUrCr-- SState Officers: "" c,arroH county. Pres. " Dr. King's New Discovery Mo & $1.00. TrM BetUs Fr ANBAU. THROAT AND LUNSTR0UBLES. 1 nS' county forC8Hd!I, PBIRK GUARANTEED BATISFAOSOMl vx. mojjjcy MMWUHBXJ. h HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned i Pressed Vm "POSITIONS' Horseshoeingr. a Specialty. i Apiiom ( yessfiessj 7w? eutnft &r tZFja ' Tecf;'Wj TerrA WLENTIFUl cusiMiiy- Jv Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and .delivered. month. Hartford Pmsinii Club, Y. M. t os Club rate $1.00 per "'iBoAp'ru Hartford, - Vm ' .t """& y m ""''V & t A. WLWJ., - HARTFORD, KY. tt eion Til - a poor peA tite, ftfld AV BwatcA aF nirflita tiM.kt. O .1 your nerve all done, and your stomach too P Hat am bitioo to forge ahead in the world left you ? If to, you. miU at well put a stop to your misery. You can do you will. Di Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery it if will make you a different individual. It wilt set your lazy liver to work. It wl set thing! right ia your stomach, aad your appetite will come back. It will purify your blood. It there it any tendency in your family toward consumption, it will keep that dread destroyer away. Even after con- iM uiuioji gaincu a tootnold in the lorra of a. "V!LeoB,th' bron,chll"i of bleeding at the lungn, it will brin about 8 a" c.,e h ' feoxy Prepared by Dr. R. V. Pierce, 5?0 IN. of Buffalo, & Y., whose advice U then free to all who wish to write him. His sjreat suoeess has como from his wide experience and varied practice. Don't be wheedled by a penny.grabbing dealer into taking Inferior subttf-tutfor Dr. Pierce's medicines, recommended to be "just as good." Dr. Pierce's medicines are op known composition. Their every ingredient printed on their wrappers. Made from roots without alcohol. Contain no drugs. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. nuns arrujr m ' or trsde any longer? Do you have Do You Feel This Way? DO TOfl triA all llroil .. 0 TV. . .t . un jruu .. . think vAtt In .nL. . j . uiticuncs ,- -- - - jruur prorei u"iti ea habit-formi- :i A single motion is quicker to make SPEED key-for-every-character than two. Only one motion is needed to make any character desired on the complete, Straight-lin- e, keyboard of the Hgift Tuning. Model 10 Q 11 1i t h "Write lot information lo Ptamrf m (kWr1(kd a fmj ot which St" varyono jtruwnt epoalta words of prwwa iMr. and Mra. J. J. Dodsoa of and Mr. aad Mra. Gilbert Dodspn, DoulsviHo, wore Wo guests p. m. Sunday at 3 o'clock Farmers itv thla tvlofnity are vory of Mr. ElWr Doduoa and family last busy planting corn. A largo crop Is wosk. Mrs. llaauah Park and son James, oatrmatod to Jife part ot tho counoff Aadereonville, wiaifcud hw sisfcr try. Air. EaiJaAi Daniel of OlaiLon and Mrs. Jaoie3 Ward, Sunday. Ml9 Myrtle WJlHford accompaIoH Mr. Careon Duncan, Barretts Ferry to see Mlaeos Madlo and Mar- by her mother Mra. Taylor Baird of called Beaver Dam, are visiting rolatlvva In tha Pctta, Sunday afternoon. fiaml-l- y Oweiwboro this week. Mr. and Mrs. John MlHor and Mr-II. D, Stevens has starkod a near Roslno visited Mr. and Mrs. new Btage on the road from Hartford Dock B unto a last Suaday. Mr. Wayne Paytoa of Olaton gave t Ownsboro. Mr. U. L. TwoddoU and IJkUu Llzzlo Burton a ptenfianfc oall Ml dauightwr NelHo of Calhoun, vlsltod Sunday afternoon. y Mr. and Mrs. Ira Boaarth visited hlabrother Mr. P. D. Tweddoil and Sunday. Mlsas Nylin reMr. W. M. Potta and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Acto aro start- mained fo a weeks visit. ing ftholr daughter Mrs. Tina Wll-po- n ,Mr. Elvis Henrr andfamrty visit ot Taylor Minos, who la Y"y ed rekitlvei at Pleasant Itldgo Sunday Mr, J. P. Foster made a trip to sick at this writing. Owenahoro last week. , Miss Tlnto York has returned honw iMr. Chester Ward and family who after a two woeka viislt with bar sis-tMrs. Annie Mtdkiff of Sulphur hare .boon ivlslblng Mrs. Motile Ellis a few days have reiurad to their Spring!., Mlas Martha Potts and Mr. Carson home at Ooutertown. Mr. and Masf W. It. Stevens were Duncan vtsltod Miss Ltezto Barton too guea'js of friends at Hartford Sunday aftorooon. Mr. Dock Burton, who has boon rory 111, Is able to 19 out again. Faint Lick Sick Lady. Mloa Lizzie Burton visited Misses Marie and Martha Potts Saturday afPalat Lick, Ky. Mrs. Mary Freeternoon. man, ot this place, says: "Before 1 Misses Madia and Martha Potts and commeaoed to take Oardiri, I HUffor-o- d Mlas Lizzie Burton visited Ml.-so much from womanly .troubls,, 1 Stella York Wednesday afternoon. was so wak that I was down on d Mr. and Mra. Mode Sohroador my back nearly aH the time. Cardti-- l his iarents Mr. and Mrs. Calvin has done me more good than any Schroader last Sunday. medicine I over took in my lite." M&3 Madle vlstbod Miss Po'Aa You'nead not be afraid to take Car-du- U Lizzie Burton last Monday. It is no new oKperfuvniit. Composed of gentle-actinherb ingredients, it has been found, to safely re FLETCHER'S FOR lieve headache, backache, and similar I female troubles. Try It for your A-- 5 troubles. The Poultry Yard. SCHROADERS. oi May 80. 1W. Joajph lAotowwlll praaoU a Uw uaw oh arch cwery Sad Sunday at1 11 o'clock a. xn. And atoo Rev. Harpr will prwaoh oyry trrd For Sale pnoouneiANDDcrENocDmw 1!V"'!I!y r fftmc or piitv. Biuort mifoi ma mince, horr to obUUl patnW, tnul miukj, I I conrrlithUL el, in ai i eauNTiiiea. Butlntit dirttt wl Wikvigttm tavit lime, m!Uj ana ejjen mrjwtnti. Patent and InJdagement Pnctlca EtcUMvei. Write or eome to iu at VnVfA Mm tUm 13 Mntfe Stmt, WABHtNGTON, O. C. Real Estate! CO Acroa of tho finest Rough river bottom land located threo miles wort of Hartford. About 20 acres in cultivation. Oood dwelling and out build lngs. A bargain for $1,250. ff. 01 riiJWMiif! l I ijm LL&. iBA3L3 . 60 YEARS' EXPEniENCS Wo havo 460 acroa of flno bottom land flrom ono aad a half to two mtlos ot Hartford, part of it with Umber. Also about 75 acres of upland belonging to the sama traot. Terms oasy. Sit-urda- or AnrnMiendkig a nkeloh and 'loocrintlon mar inloklr aicertaln our ODInlon freo wuethor an pMentahln. Comrannlca. InrenUoa It on Patent tloni iitrictlroondilenMal. IIAN09 laoit agencr zor eeairmj; piueiiM. Hon tbrouiti Mima St Co. recelre . without obrue.1a tba Trade MarKs DESrQrW Copvmarira Ac. prtbr story fmmcr A now ono and ono-habuilding with fivo rooms and largo recptleon hall, buUt out of tho best selected materials Situated on Clay and Fpodrica stroots, Hartford, Ky. Lot 60x205 feot. Fine woll of soft water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. lf Sciemrac Jtmericatt tnnitrnlet weeWr. cuMuun ot anr wtuennoa journal, Termri. S3 a yeart foar months. L tkHlDftll neffsdcjilern. A hAndsoraoIf MUfffl&Co.38,8"' unaca umw, ra New York u. u. ir av yyaMaiatnoa, 'Subscribe for The Republican $1.00 per year. story dwelling Contertown, Ky., baa good cistern, good cellar, never falling well of water, good stable and other out buildings, ono acre lot of ground. A uplendid location for family rosldenoo and hotel. Price and terms reasonable. Apply to BARNETT & FOSTER. Agents, Hartford, Ky. Good nlno room two In vh-lbe- POSITIONS . GUARANTEED Chllefron Cry g, mK for our graduates, as soon as we set tne required number of students tbls offer will be withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. will position if you us real soon. need WBaunidatGUARANTEE Woyou a many more atu- oaceio supply tas enormous aemana CAST OR A The Smith Premier' Typewriter Company, Inc: ST. L0UIS.M0. RvtIStS Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers Cook 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 needed." GREELEY &M9INTIRE t x l INCORPORATED WASHINGTON, : T. C OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Republican and Louisville Herald .. The Republican and Courier-JournalGlobe-Democrat 1.50 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Leuis 1.25 The Republican and Home and Farm Republican and Inquirer 1.75 The 3.25 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.25 and. Uauy uwenaooro inquirer The itEPUBLiOAN k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 Republican and Kentucky Farmer The The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.25 ro Twice-a-Wee- Those are gala days for Hoe. Fight Without an S. them strong and hard. Tile following Is a part of an arKerosene will do deadly work. Pou ticle said to have prlutrl by a It la every crack and crevice. Doa't newspaper alter having had every S srpare It. stolon from Its type oases: Watch the grit box. (This hens are "Lath night thome unknown thcoun doing so. Don't lot them catch you drol broke Into our campothlng room napping and the box empty. and thole every eth In tho ethtabllth-men- t. Allow the cool air to enter the Hltli motive 1th unknown to house at night by taking out the uth. Thuppoth that he thlnkh he can windows, but "do not, forget to have keep the N'ewth from doing blthueth lnch-mewire netting fastened to but. we tbucceed In thplto of hlth the opsnlng to keep out the ene- thieving dr.hnothltlon. Bethlde we mies. him jutht ath thoon iWatch the condition of Hio young athwo fnd out who the thcamp chickens. it ..they,. Are . moping,, look wath. for lice, especially the large gray Ioubo found on Ulo hoad of ithe chick. Afraid to Stay Alone. will aoon end hla A drop of 3vuot-o- ll Cherry Valley, Ark. Mrs. Carrie career. Moore of this place says, "I was afraid to stay by myjlf. I had haadacho nearly all t!w time; my FOR FLETCHER'S heart wxuld palpitate, and my vitality wa3 very low. Whan I would Ho down, at night, I had no hope of Hv ADABURG. Ing until day. I tried Cardui, and now May 29. The farmers of thte vicinity aro irogresslng nicely roiith their I feel hotter than I have for 5 years. I cannot praise Cardui enough for work. Ashley loat a fine year- what It did." Are you a woman? Mr. John Do you need Try Cardui, th ling mule one day last week woman's tonic. Your druggist sell Miss GoorgLa Martin, who haslbeon Al visiting rlatlews In Qwenaboro, ha3 It. returnod home. Two Ways of Saying It. Look out girts, Mr. Ira Funk and THIS. Jamea Hamilton has eaoh purchased "It's th constant drop of watac bugy. a new MIsaBIlzabotli Smitli, of Taffy spent That wears away the stona. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. "W. K. It's the, constant exercla.r TUat.dQyelors all the bone. Wright. It's th'o constant advertiser Mr. It. F. Taylor ,of Ralith, visited That brings the baoon homo." his daughter Mns. Dode Taylor Saturday and Sunday. AND THIS. mho pound supper Saturday night Tha constant gnaw of towr at Mr. Clarence Pattone was largely Woira attnay tlto hard,st abon; attended and every one reports a TSio constant gnaw of owztc goodtlme. .Vanish 03 tho tougiwat bon; Mr. Tlotor Stoper, while making his Tho constant cooing Jovor way homoward from the party SatCarries oft tlo blushing maid; urday night, got loit in his waudor-Ing- , And the oonaiant advntls-- . fell ivto a whoto of watar and Is th4 ono who gots the trade. came nearly getting drowned. Mr. and Mrs. Hosea Shown spnt raunday atbernoon with Mr. and Mrs. Dodo Taylor, Mr. Leslie Greer, ot this place left tSPRING BRINGS SORE FEET I Thursday for Hopklnavltle where he HERE IS A POSITIVE CURE I will pitch ball. QUO. W. SCHWARTZ BUSINESS COLLEGE MfCoaroaaTBD BSTAnwsnBD mot TJOOTSVnviVE. bu KY. yw vT WANTED-- S Minnie 3h to aUaw TKN OAYS' FHEE TKIALdunn? which tims you may nde the bicycle and put it to any ttit you uli II YM are th;n not MUsned or do not wiah t . keen the bicycle ahm it bi'lc to tiiat onfMnmw and vmitn mtt A nut the hmh-- st snde bicycles it is possible to nuWef FflfiTflSy paiPP? We h Klllll (niVM at one small profit above actuil factory cost. You save tie to a$ middlemen s prof ts by buyinz direct ot us and have the nunuficturer'a mar. antse behind your bicycle 1JO WOT UOY a bicycle or a patrol tires from aitjrant-a- t any rice until yon receive our catalogues and learn our unheard ol actarf and rimarkabli tftcial efftrt to rider agents. Vnn HILL RF H3IUnldnr.U wnei vou reeeive our buuuiul cauiopie ant ,tudy our superb models at the -MnJtrfulln Ijvt pri'u w can make you this year. We sell the highest ends bicycles for less mooes any other factory, than with Xi m nmt ahflve fartnrv Mt. ive are B1CYCL.H l)l..l.Lt!Kri. VOU Can nur hlfvcle untrr vranr nwn n.mA nlatA si. ojr prices Orders filled Die tlar recened. SECOND HAND HICCLKS. We rtn not rrmlarlv hin-I.mn4 hand hlrvrtM. Srf usually hive a numbar on liand taken in trade hv nur c.hittm rerail ttnre. 1 nnv wa ipromptf at nces rtnjns from 83 to SH or 810. Descriptive bareain lists mailed free. ana sptciai offer jar JKU "r-- SIONEV REOIlIItei) unlll von rehire ami innmv.nl at one. HO vnnrhirl. toanyone anywhere m the U h pani-uta- rl lAtnt Model raoncy idsi ''ftan;p, . rue RJDER AGENT and district to nr1 IH EACH T0WH- 9n4 vhthif A. tjicycls f umiihM by us. Oar aeenu erwywhsrs arf SK WT.dlfl wttkout.te3ntaUtmtm3Anxxt,trttayfreiekt,MA Hi li(i$M rHUivni tri'ti sll h.. lar bUAaltK-DNAnC- Children Cry CASTORIA iellyonasatplepairrorn.iswainviitn-rjcrfij5)- 8 U whwl. Iiaportwl roller clinins and pedala, eqaipmtnt of all Unas at luilf tk wal riUl ricet. "inslu RE-PROOF parts, repairs and HEBSETHORN PUNGTU SELF-HEaLiN- Q HRES The rteul&r retail trice ot l'iese tites is S3.50 ttrHir. tut to introduce vswtlt , hSSSBSJSS 4 NO MORE TROUBLE FHOM PUNC7UQES air out. Slxtv thousand oalrs sold last tear. Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use. NAILS, Tacks or Glnsi will not let the -- BESOftlPTIOMi Madelnallslze ItUUvelr L Wf lnd easy riding verydurablci;idliaedltnide with a special nualTt tyoi rubber. which nc er becomes porous and which closes up 9inall punctures without allow. ins the air to escape. We hat e hundreds of letters from t tls- - UC Notice the thick rcrbber treaT "A" and puncture strips "lir Sed customers stating tint their tireshaveonlybren pumped up once or twice in a whole season They weigh no more than tmi nnd "D," also rim strip "Ut to uresent rim cuttlnir. Tbisr in ordinary tire, the Dunctureresistincaualitlesbeinecivea tire will outlast any otuer by several layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the mke-VJF- T. ELAVriO auf tread. ThereeuItr"riceofll'es-tlTslsJ- .i sonernair.butfor H.USY H1U1NU, i bciXKassssnHuiilsBHHSKJSVB i'fmiif Jf II iiWtWliW the nder of only $ 8a per pair AH orders shipped same day letter Is received. We sHIp C O. D. onf ipproval. You do not pay a cent until vou 1nre examined and found them atrietlv as rpnresentnt. We will allow a rash llsoountofs per cent (tsiereby makincr the price S 1.03 per pair) If vffj sen3 FULL CASH WITH OIIDGU and enclose this advertisement. You run no risk la scn lag us . an order as ther tires...may be returned at OUK , expense if for any reason thevaro .. -r ii.t..- r....i I a. nw,i. .' v..n know that you will be so well plnsed tltat when you want a bicycle you will give us your ordier-Wwant you to send us a trial order at once hence this remarkable tire offer. aon-- t tray any k.ina at any price until you send lor a pair or Iledgethoru Puncture-Proo- f WUU nCC.U tires on approval and trial at the special introductory price quoted above; or write for our bit; Tire and Sundry Catalogue which) describes and quotes alt makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices. ( but write us a postal today, m WW ft or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wonderful offers we are making, It only cents a postal to learn everything. Write it HOW. tre e IWea Ir vniw Urtrn riorc um n. W nWI mi II J. L. MUD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILlj BwVwVtIt of Your FourFiiths Four-Fift- hs Store Patrons : Were Won by AdvertisingAnd of These Would Be Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. For Infaats and. OtdMren. Tin w Havt Always Bwskt CASTORIA M Bsars the Slgsatara of Z&&iz& at onoe. With the advent of warm weather comes foot trouble to thousands of people. The Increased temperature and heaviness ot the htmuiphere cuin swelling nnd excess perspiration. Tbltt brlng on a series of fool troubles The trrntment roraed with Joy by an army ot sufferers. It acta Ilka mglo. "Olisolra two tablespoonfula ot Calocldo compound In a basin of hot water; soak the feet In this for full fifteen mln- utts, nearly mateaglDs tba sore parts. Less Ua will not five the desired results) Repeat this each night until the wr ja peraiajnenL" .All soreness disappears Immediately. Corns and calleuiea can be pealed right of Bunions are reduced te normal aad tba iDtameaatlen draws out. Sweaty and ase4ly feet, leader aad awollea feet need but a few treatastaU. This CalooUe la a remarkable drug. For. merly used only by doctors but aay dnifctat hw has It In stack or will quickly get It treat his wholesale house. A tweaty-8r- e teat paekac is tltlated U cure the worst feel. Lost if You Stopped Advertising! Newspaper advertising is a part of all worth-whil- e a part of it which patrons particularly value. For it keeps them in touch with your your sales, the arrival of new stocks, the showing of novelties, tho buying opportunities which your store must croato for its friends, The advertising: becomes the link between the store and its clientele. They expect'the store's advertising to SERVE1 THEM "not now and then," not partially; but ALWAYS, and fully! To aurtail tho advertising in volume or frequencywould mako tho same impression on them as though you moved into smallor quartora and cut down yeur force of clerks and workers. To INCREASE your advertising to moke it more complete aa "store News," as a 'Wrket letter," as a bulletin of bargains will have the effect of enlisting a every day, and of winning- anew all lot of' new f the old onetl store-service " t CHHDTH on the label of your paper au4 yon or rtfund tuition. Uraughons competitors, by not accepting oaa toll how muck you are owing to 111 U bia propoaition,concede that he teaohes mere this paper. For further laSonmatlon U1 ea or aiWtjs. Bookkdepino: in three months than they do in six. Draughon can con THH HARTFORD BBPDDLIOAN, vince you. Uarttotvl Ky. of States Court ReportAKI) 75 per cent the the United Shorthand Draughonsystem of OHUA 1111111 era write noTreek teaches, because they know it is THE BEST. May 31. Decoration day was oband booklet "Why Learn Telegraphy?." For FPSB 'CATALOGUE served at WoBky Cbapel Tuesday. wkich explain all, call oh or write JOHN F. DRAUGHON, President; ' OvWag to bho of thoommlt- DRAUGHOrt'S PRACTICAL BUSMESS COLLEGE, ob arransemaate It waa not nHtiona of 80 Colleges, $300,000.0 Braughan gives contracts, baoked capital, and 19 years' succsm, to mcuto position under reasonable con by-chai-n Good Positions Receipts Far Sale. W have quite a let of subscription reoolptu to 11m RputhUoaa that we would Ulw to aell Look if glrfn below vflll be wel store-event- s, ItnnViririrPIVfv Ovv AiEJul s,tre-frien- da - alae MeilOHATE SVANiVlLLB, ADUCAH, NASHVILLE, ST. LOUW, 8PRINGFIBLD, UIMPMU. Vrbat lew Ry. it should have Ima iwverSlio- 111 Ctkude IiaU of Vaadolla, rVwrVWlrVW i H 4 ami friendly, haadftbakes, and joyful The greetings 'took toodr stead. many yean of her useful life living been spent In generous hospitaliPROCLAMATION ty she found lit truly Hard to withstand the temptation of repairing to the kltchoa and begin to make preparation for dinner, time and again Issued by Governor some of the good ladles would bring her away and place her ln.i big arm chair to await tie coming of tflio taut. In due time she waa oscorted to the head of tho table and given Aside Juno 14 Wants all to understand that slho was to ho waited oa and served first, this time, Citizens to Fling Old Glory and such a 'bountiful rerasit as It mas everything good to eat, even up to Breeze. light to pound cake and corn bread. Tho following were prcfewnt Messrs Juno 14 la set apart as Flag day, when tho people of the States are John W. Taylor, T. R. Black, J. H. 3a honor the national flag, in a Black, Felix Saa,vor, L. M. Statelor, jKBctemation prepared toy Gov. Wlll-aw- a Guy Stateler, B. E. Rg.3irs. Felix Shaver, Ana. Bonder, and given-t- o the (public Ho calls oa every citizen, and child in thU Nancy Taylor, Battle Rogers, E. E. State to Join In making Flag Day a Rogers. T. R. Black, J. H. Black, Steal event. Tho following ia the Joanna Bfeinktenahlp, aunt Hannah" Stevens, Little Messrs, Truman Black, reclamation: "To the People of Kentucky: The Durwood Black, Dolmar C. Block Way Rogers, J. L. American Flag Association has issued land Render, Vie following appeal for a general Blankenshlp, J. Amon Stateler, and observance ot Flag day on Juno 14 of Yale Rogers. Little Misses -- Golda Ruth Black, Mable D. Black, Vitula ch year: a W6 respectfully appeal to the Presi- May Shaver, Lucllo Stabler, and Vaughn, of the United States of Amerident Truly such gatherings as these deca, to the Governors of, all jha States our land and to the Mayors of each spite the hearty hospitality, respect of American city to herald the coming and christian spirit of our old landand celebration of Flag day, June 14, marks. What a beautiful thought, for X3U, by proclamation. We call upon us to realise, while yet we live, that every public offlcor, every tachr of our frlenid3 and relatives love and the youth of our country, the editors honor us, and that we can manifest tot all newspapers, .the dally instruc- our apreclatlon of such ministrations, tors of the youtli ot our land to call in iword3 and kindly acts. To know public attention, to arouse enthusi- "Aunt Chariot" Is to love her. She asm and to provide for public exerc- has lived a beautiful life, one which ises and general celebration of the day should be recognized as a living We earnestly exhort our clti&jns to monument of purity and loveliness by Join. In making Flag day an event and the youngjr generation of her acqualn Its elebration In 1911 a great event. tance. Lei us, from one end of our land to May God bles3 her and prolong this She oher, fling the stars and Btripjs life of hers to oven the owitury mark, 0. S. to the breeze on June 14, 1911. "Alay It greet the rising and salute Fost-Offith& sotting sun, and float all day Clerks Were Busy. Jong from every churoh edifice, schocl Tile postal clanks in the local post and building, public ancLprlvate and office and the rural route comers Sowever humble, through the entire are rejoicing that the month of May Sand." hai passed. Order. raiare sent out "The people of no State love tho several wejks ago from the hsadquar-ter- s Copyright Hart SohafCner & Marx American flag better than the people at Washington stating that overy of, Kentucky, and none have greater piece of mall handled during the reason to love It are full part- month ot iMay waa to ba counted. ners In It, yielding to mm In our The task was a hard one and it relisvotlon and fldJlty. Its bright and quired much time each day to do ithls beautiful colors lift up the soul ot work alona but all of the "employes every man who looks upon it and at the Hartford postofflce went at It iWnfcs of Its meeting and greatnes3, and tried to make the month pass as .and It seems good to raj to niak-- the swiftly as possible Ml3s Gunther zvople think about It by calling their the chief clerk, stated to a repreattention to It, and by sitting apart sentative of The R3puiblican that certain times for everybody to think were handled which about It and look at it and be proud shows that a great deal of business is of it, and In this spirit I second the carriod on at the Hartford Baseball News. motion of the American Flag Association and In the name of the people or Kentucky ask the Mayors of evscty Kentucky city, the comity FOR FLETCHER'S (BY JUNIOR.) county officers of every county and 'Beaver Dam put one over on HartI owners and keepers of publlo (builall ford at Beaver Dam last Saturday dings, the trustees, teachers and puwhan they defeated iHaitford to a every school and the editors Advises Boys pils of and Girls to score of 12 to 7. Beaver Dam jboys of all the papers to make June 14 were In good trim and appeared- - to Paint. of. thl3 year the occasion of praise of know haw to play their places, and ur flag, of calling upon the people In a praotlcal talk on landscape to think about i tand to provide for painting for 'boys and girls, in Juno gave Peters, their pitcher, 6plondld public exercises and a general cele- Woman's Home Companion, the au- support. On the other side manyof the Hartford players were new to bration of the day. thor siys: the position assigned them, and Bar- "Done at Frankfort this 27th day ot "If you ivUh to. discover the real nett, fcna pltcntr did not nave as good May, 1911. beauty ot the out ot doore, learn to support as should have given him. AUGUSTUS E. WIL.L30N. paint. Even though you do not yet The game was witnessed by a large Governor ot Kentucky. atdraw very well, you may still number of fans from Hartford, and BEN I BRUNER, tempt t work in color, aad may tliey all turned out in Beaver Dam. Secretary of State. learn drawing and painting in tho The score: same picture, if you can get the Innings a Thar la more Catarrh in this of tho country than all other shapo ot objects fairly well, and can Hartford diseases put together, and until iha set them down In their relative pro- Beaver Dam 12 do lost few years was supposed bo be In- portions, that willwater-color-for a beginning. Struck out toy Peters, 8; by Barnett s, paatsls 7. "You may use curable. For a great many years Bases on Balls, Hartford 5; Beavor oils. Oils are by far the beat. The er Joctors pronounced It a local disease Dam C. Hits off iBarne'--t 8; Ptors groat pictures of the world have 10, aad proscribed local remedies, and Left on basasHantford 3; Beaver been done In oils. It Is the best Dam 3. Two base 3y- - cortstantry failing to cure iwilth lohits, Dick Taylor, cal treatment, pronounced it Incura- medium for students to use, because H. J. Bell, C. Stevens, D. Taylor, ble. Science has proven catarrh to be It requires largo and direct handling; Homo Runs A. Barnett bwo; H. King xl can&Htutlonal disease and therefore faults are more readily seen, and, 1, and li. Stevens, 1. requires constitutional treatment. if you can uae oils well, you can Time of game two hours and thirty Hairs Catarrh Cure, manufactured by paint In other mediums without much minutes. IF. J. Cheney & Go., Toledo, Ohio, Is trouble. Umpire, J. C, Her. only constitutional cure on (tho "If jou can study with a good landby all An amusing thing occurred SaturwAikot it la taken internally in scape teacher, possible, means do so. day. When If that 13 not In .the third Inning Beavthere is still .tSonta rom 10 drops to a teaspoon-Xx- L acts dlroatly on the blood and much tliat you can .do by yourself, er Dam bad made seven runs and It cjtucous surfaoos of the system. They for nature Is tho great teacher, and Hartford had only made three, one of offer one hundrod dollars for any everyone who wants to paint well the enthusiastic "rooters" ot Beaver case It falls to cure. Send for cir- go--a constantly to nature. Go out Dam slipped a boy a half dollar and into the fields, and look and look, told him to get a bet for him that culars' and testimonials. and then, with the beat skill you the visitors would lose. He waa a Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO., Tolo-jjhave, put down what you see. Every nervy better (7) Ohio. time you look and study, you will j Sold by Druggists, 76c. The spectators enjoyed thwe wiwatle paint better, for It and every time you JTake Hall's Faintly Pills for on second between N. Taylor and W. paint, trying carefully to roproduce m no way to inlay on your canvas the shapes and colors Wakeland, but that is more and but ball. of nature, yo wlllu a JHer 76th Birthday. C. Taylor substituted for OHer, in ter." (Oa. May 31st, 1911 neighbors and $tb "Orth' land Carpenter Sub3tltuUl SriaaAa gathered together at the old notice to ureauors. k,iv. .. JuHHwktad of Mrs. Oharlotte Taylor, ,tKa,...,i Liberty church gWIng her a Creditors County tho eighth. the Ohio ot aarprtae dinner, In honor ot tho 76th Bank will pleaso como forward and When It comes to footing Beavr To say sottle tuor indebtedness. aaalveiwary of hor birth. It U my Dam has one man that takes h ABt Chariot" was surprised when purpose and the dealre of everybody prise. He Is Jaraea Taylor, and you ttbe good people began to inako their connected with the bank to hare divyour Ixwns that & appearance would be putting It! mild- idends declared to the depositors as can always bet cheerfully speedily as possible Ttia cannot beJ wlH do allheoau to make his tMW ly. be waa found to ba ' v" " win tilJ-TTrup hor routine duties as be doc unless creditors of the bank In Uw gaue Saturday we nottud tttsthe good houatriwopar en wash-a- r. will asslat by meeting Oialr oblithat a few playrs were inclined1 to tut w tt aad mAttourd were gation!. A, H. PATS, Aarignee. got "sore'' w&Mi the umpire woW aeahuBg away oa Un!r niyt(v pogs 39tX FLAG DAY OUR WAY OF DOING GOOD! s There are undoubtedly a lot of men who haven't yet discovered that they've been missing for years the best values in clothes by neglecting to wear our Is St ed Hart StWfner & Marx. Fine Suits. N Mes-dam- os 55el-m- -- They don't know how good these clothes are by actual experience. They are drifting along losing money every season by not taking advantage of the opportunity we offer in selling these the best of clothes. You can see we are improving the clothes condition of a lot of good fellows, and if you have your own interest at heart you will try one of our good suits and when we get you into one of our good suits, that settles it. You won't risk any body else on the clothes proposition. ce Senator & Marx Suits $18 to $30 Barnes' Special Suits $7.50 to $15 Hart We are doing much the same thing in all other departments. BEAVER DAM, & KENTUCKY. Marx Clothes. The Home of Hart Schaf fner Chliaron Cry CASTO RA sea-tio- 12345C78 9T 115410000 1030200017 o. n, Hr .t w.i,t.i -- ; The Olds and News played an Interesting five inning game last FriMr. Layton Brown and family spent day which resulted in a score of 16 Saturday night with Mr. J. A. CumAn effort Is being made to secure to 16, while the latter claimed the mins. tho fair grounds as a ball park. If game. Mrs. Pearl Chlnn spent yesterday this could be arranged it would be Tomorrow Island, Ky., will play at Mr. Wm. QMnn's. much more satisfactory, and "Mr. Hartford, in this city. The game Mr. Albert Taylor,-Mis- s Katie RusGrump" who will not pay ten cents will be watched with interest, and sell, Mr. Norton Hunley aad Miss to see his fellows play will have to if tho Island boys can play like they Carrie Russell took dinner at Mr. stay at home and cusse or else pay could a few years ago, Hartford had Andy Ross' Sunday. his dlme Misses Edith, Opal andEmma Wilbetter call the game off. gipRIES ABOUT FAMOUS UMPIKE3 Dr. II, J. Bell, manager of the son, Messrs Gordon Chlnn and Hur-shRosa took dinner with Miss Because he doesn't feel tliat they first team, has boon oft on a fishing got a square deal from the "fan" on trip this week, consequently baseball Shula Robinson, Sunday. Quarterly meotlng will be held at tho fluid, Hugh Fullerton has written topics have been drag Hopowell on the next Sunday. a most interesting article on tho base around the vicinity of the Ohio Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Davenport spent ball umpire for ithe June number ot County Drug Oo's, Sunday at Mr. Layton William The Amorlcan Magazine. iHero are When Hartford plays Island toMr. Jim Russell went to Beavor several of his stories: morrow It would be a good idea to Dam Monday. "One day In Chicago the Cubs were secure the services ot Jim Taylor, of Mrs. Maymoe Wilson wa3 tho battling with O'Day, who, oddly Beaver Dam, guest of her parents- - Saturday and to root for Hartford. enough, they like to have umpire for The bunch of fans thai went to Sunday. them away from home, but do not There railll bo singing Saturday like on. their homo grounds. O'Day Beaver Dam last Saturday was about Everybody come. the quietest buch you ever saw. night. had &ttt four or five of them to the bench, chasad three or four coachera "Heg" Casebler was about the only Users of carbon paper should try off the line and finally Pat who one that rooted for Hartford to any the famous "Echo" carbon paper. never spoke ill to anyone, trotted out extent. to coach at first base and restore the Guaranteed the best paper on the Notice in Bankruptcy. entente. As Movan reached first market. Sold .by Tho Hartford Rebase he smiled at O'Day and remarkIn the district court of ibbe United publican. 44tf, ed pleasantly "Hello, 'Henry', State for tho. western division ot Ken"Oh, hollo, said O'Day briefly, are tucky, OmienBboro division. you still iwlth tho team? In the matter of John, O. Wilson a 'They are square men ihese um- bankrupt. pires forced to be a bit gruff and to On this 1st, day of June A. D., 1911 tight, but their devotion to their work on considering the position ot ttie. and their honest effort to discharge aforesaid bankrupt for discharge tiled their duties mark them as men of on the 31st, day ot May A. D 1911 high Integrity. And they are game It is ordered by the count that a hearI saw Bob Emslle once when a foul ing be bad upon the same on the 8th value of ball struck him over the heart The day of July A. IX, 1911 before said pain was exoruolating. iHis face court at Federal Court Hall at Louisgrew white and he set his teeth to- ville Ky., In said distrlct at 10 o'clock gether and resumed work. Throe balls In tike forenoon, or-- as near thereto as a means wiere pitched after he was hit. He as practicable, and that 'notice therecalled them all clearly. Then lie col- of be pubHehed one tuns In Hartford of getting and holding lapsed, faHlng as If dead, and was Republican, a newspaper printed In desirable business has carried oft the field unoonselous. One said district and tinat all known crednight I saw politician!, woaKAy men, itors and other pwsoss la Interest been amply .demonstraclub owners, argue for hours with an may appear at said time aad place umpire. All they waawl Wm to say aad show eauae, It they Xav, why tlfc ted. Consult" us before was 'I didn't see k. Upon those word pray w ot said potUtoaw should not hung the late ot a championship, the be gwiaUl, going elsewhere. HoivtwaMs Wttasss future of a major league, and the hon Waiter esty ot baseball. The uaaptre repUed. Brass, Judge of said Court, and ta .But, d&ma it, I did ses it' And he seal iheenot, at Owanabore, KeftfcMky saved baaJbalL la said dtetrkt, on lbs dot day of June "Tfe public Is bg4alBg to appre-ota- A. D. 1911. ,tfae uroplf A, G.'AKKOU). Clertc. SKAlii aad tfee oWfieuW wbitth lw taboffl. 'Aud iwfcn M, H. DUNN, D. 0., I el call a deolslon that did not suit them. An unplre cannot see every movement, and la player should adjust himself to the decision of the official even should the decision be questioned by every player on botih sides. the spirit of fair play spneads everywhere, the Job will bo one of honor, even above that ot the players." POND RUN. June 6. Bro. Shields filled appointment at this place urday and Sunday, Sat- f&)()()fA THE 1 U u4r 'rf -- Wlr