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The Hartford republican: June 23, 1911 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 hao1911062301_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: June 23, 1911 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. .t 4 m ' MattfotU fepobltott. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PE8PLE OF OHIO COUNTY. Fine Job Work. - Subscription $1 per Year No. 49 CHANCE OF A LIFETIME VOL. XXIII. GOV. KNOTT tendant HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUJNE 23, 1911. required tho assistance of a man at- YOUNG COUPLE STEAL MARCH ON FRIENDS FOURTEEN APPLICANTS FOR CERTIFICATES PASSES AWAY r rt r Famous Kentuckian, was Once Our Governor M I Dies at Home in Lebanon Echoes of Favorite Hymn Die Away. as W- - . j Lebanon, Ky June 18.- - -- Roarer, My God To Thee." 1 -- Just as the lost echoos of this old to hymn had winged their way Heaven, sung with sad sweetness by the two young girls, and Just a3 solsann chanting of the Presbyterian xltual had died oil tho lips of a mourning ootorlo of friends and relatives, Knott former Governor J. Proctor jjassed a ay at hls horn in ithlsolty at 6:05 .p. m. As the end aproached the states-.nm- n iwoakly Soon after this he gaTo up ihla position at the collego and moved back of to Lebanon with the Intention spending his remaining days at his country home near this city. However, within a few months after he had returned his house was iburaud. This was a sad blow to the old man, and he never ceased to grieve for the home In .which he spent the happiest years of his life. He declined to rdbulld the plaoe, and deeded the grounds fo ,the Proctor Knot Chautauqua Association, to purposes, be used for chautauqua and for which. It baa been fitted and He used for the past six years. took up his resldonod In Lobanon In a beautiful home, where for yearslt his has been his pleasure to have friend) gather round him. Up to within a very short time of his death he had fully retained all of his wpaderful memory and facul ties, and was never so happy as whe entertaining his frlen ds with anecdotes and e'jonlta of Ills past life. Ind., and Mrs. W. S. Vick, of Owiens bor4 were 'here today. Mr. Ctcll Ezell was in Taylor Mines yesterday. iMlss Mabel Rains Is visiting her sis ter, Mrs. Ben L. Rains, of Sunnydale, Miss Lena Coppage and Otto Martin Married in Jefferson- ville, May 17. C. County Teachers' Held Examina- at this writing. " tion at Fordsville Friday . ' and Saturday. Baptist Church. J. W. BRUNER, Pastor. Sunday School at 9:45 o'clock, Dr. E W. Ford, Supt... Morntng worship at 10:45 o'clock, (note the change In time) and evening worshlp'at 8 o'clock. The pastor would be glad to see the members at these services, especially at tho morning hour, the definite decision In regard to the next year will he announced and doubtless some thing said that every member should hear. B. Y. P. U. masting In the Bar-ac- a room at 7 o'clock. Preaching at 'Concord Saturday afternoon at 2(30 o'clock and Sunday at the same hour. t Public cordially invited to worship with U3 at all these .services. i . .1, signified the-old his desire to hymns that had iiear some of soothed him, when as a boy he was his lulled to sleep in the arm3 of Misses Bessie and Lillian .mother. .Brewer who had waited anxiously for the for.many long days to hear-tha- t mer Governor Tvaa Improved in health, sadly consented to perform, the last rites of friendship. Passensby wept and unconsciously halted to hear the jstes of the old song rendered so significantly sad and sorrow. Gov. Knott had teen in, f eble .health lor some months, but until a week out ago had .been able to be rolled oa the varanda in bjs wheel chair, where he delighted to sit and watch the passrsby. On Sunday last he was taken ?wgrso andJymntQjnSj o nypooin r pneumonia aceupea. Un.l-- r piompt m.dlcal attention he allied uid had been souh better jance, mtl! this morning at about 7 o'clock he was fiVen with a choking spell and for a while it .was thought that he could not survive. Physicians .hastily were summoned and gave all relief that was possible, but It was evident that the end was near and the best that could be done wai to relieve hla sufferings slightly and prolong Jhls respiration for a. time. immediate Close relatives and Irlenda were Immediately notified by phone and gathered hastily at his bedside. During the forenoon" ho showed that he was conscious and soctmed to recognize those who spoke to him, though unable to utter a word ithat was Intelligible. About 3 o'clock he began to sink rapidly and It was evident that It waj only a matter of a few .hours until the end would come. Around his bedside jrfwero gathered his wife, his nephew, vJ. M. Knott, wife and two sons, his Miss Kate niece, Knott, anotiher 'nephew, R. L. Nesbltt, and wlfoiMiss 4N.r-. -- - of, Odd Fellows. The members of the local lodgo , Reunion Re-Uni- I. 0. O, P., are vary much Interested In the great of all Odd Fellows, their families and friends throughout Kentucky aud Southern Indiana, at Louisville, Ky., on Tuesday, July 11th. read In an afternoon Loulsvilla newspaper of his marriage to .Miss Lena LiltchUeld, of Warrick Coppage, which took plaoaatJeffersonivdlle.Ind., on May 17th. A few close friends In Hartford and Leltohfleld of the young couple knew of the woddlng, buti It was Intended to keep it quiet until fall, when it would be announced- - It appears that some way the secret leaked out at the home of the brlde,and some newspaper correspondent wanted to "scoop" the other parers by having the announcement first At the time of the marriage Mr. Martin was a student in the law of Kentucky State Univeral ty and It was arranged for his bride to meet him in Louisville. She was accompanied by Miss Stella Rogers and the trio was Joined by Hon. Alva S. Bennett, and the four went vwhero the marriage toak place. Thero were no abjections to the matoh, but It was decided upon, for the novelty. Mrs. Martin Is the daaghter of Mrs. Lula Coppage, Widow of the late W. H. Coppage, who was formerly sher-l- tf of Grayson county. She Is one of the most popular and accomplished young ladies of the Grayson capital. She is well known here, having visited here last year. Mr. Martin Is on of the promising )oung attorneys of the "Hartford bar and Is to be con gratulated upon his choice. They have know the ibest wlshos of all who them. Mr. Martin left Thursday afternoon for Leltchfkld and will arrive home tills afternoon with his brdandnUl be at home lu Hartford to their f rends. toJef-fersonvllle The many friends in this city of Fourteen applicants for certificates greatly sur to teach sohool in tho county were ex prised Wednosday afternoon when they amlned by the County Doard of ExMr. Otto C. Martin were aminers, composed of Prof. C. B. Shown, Prof. Lafe Embry and Supt. Horary Laoh, at the high school bull lng at Fordisville last Friday and Saturday. This class was tho teacher's oxarerinaikn hold this summer t. Following Is a list of thosa who took,. the oximlnation: Onda Dankl, Sophia Williams, Mrs. I. S. .Maton, Alpha Brown, wlnnle Rains, Dudley Westerfleld, Rosle Brown, Mrs. Anna McFerran, 3. CUfton, Taylor, Magle DoBruler, Wayne Richards, Lula Acton, G. A. Xorrls, and Addle Belle Taylor., JrMied Orda Daniel made ithe high est grade, nyaklng an average of 89 per cont highest was made per by Mls3 Rosa Brown, 87 Seven first class certificates cent. seven second c'ass, tlnve third class and twq failures were made. The rs atatxl tkat the examination was easy, with tho exception ot spelling, 5-- w.hlch was ratti-- r dlHcult Mcs. Auhle McFenan, who had . net (aken an examination for sixteen yoars, made an average ot 83 per cent Mr3. I. S, Mason, who had not (taken an examination ferine years, made ma averago of 87 por cent. The next examinations will be held on the third Friday and Saturday In July .And on the same days In August 4-- rT m t . J .. ,.- - m ..-,-- .. 'ind Miss relatives. Annie Wat hen, all close Silently they watched and waltod dying while the breathing of the morq 'and. more statesman grew labored. Late In the afternoon Misses Bessie and Lillian Brewer, two young ladles who live near, and who had been close friends of the Governor, came In and .Mrs. Knott requested them to sing some of the hymns that he had admired. They compiled, and after several hymns had been sung, she asked all those in tho room to join la repeating the onoed of the Protestant Church. This was done and as the last words of (the ritual died upon their lips, the physicians signaled that the end had come. 'Loving arms wore throws around the weeping widow, who had been, a companion' to Ihe ox Governor or fifty (three yean, and she wis kd from itUo room and arrangements were mode tor 'the pgjpamtlon ,of ihbody for burial. Fu nenil arrasaoieuts have not bean tuf tended upea.but the ceremoiikw will be held either (ram the retfda or froo the Masoale Temple Tuesday attaraioo at 2:W o'olook, uatWcUie auspices of Marten Conmaadery,KBlgWta Teaiptar lfto, 21 fit whloh he has aAwtfys bean an aotlv nvambrir. While deaa of the Jaw dnarU&t Ceabar CoUoge at Danville la 1M Ooy. Kaott wMered a slight stroke of paralysis ala that tine had been la rather fble condition pnyU cally, and for tue past few years has --- ad of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Rowe, Houston, Texas, but formerly otCen-tertow- n, is visiting friends and relatives In and near Centertown. Mr. Rowe belonged to the 17Mi Kentucky Regiment, and will remain in Kentucky until after the old soldli"s reunion at Cenbertown on July 4. He has been a subscriber to The Hartford Republican fdr many yoars, and ville The aorner stone of tho new buildIt Is a welcome visitor to his home. ing, which has bwti erected and furnished at a cost of about$10,000, Trials were Continued. was laid with Impressive ceremonies, In Judge Wedding's court Wednes- at which Grand Master Cowlos, of day tho Commonwealth vs. Bill Tay- Louisville, presided, on June II, lor, charged with shooting and wound 1910. -. " ? lng with attempt to kill, was called. The case , was continued on account RENDER. ot Flatt, the main prosecuting wltnosa June 20. Mrs, Jesse Burgher wont b,elng unable to come to court. to ltockport last Wednesday. The case of the Com'th. vs. Mont Mr. and.'Mrs. O. K. Rowe. of CenDaugherty, charged with feloniously tertown, were here last AVdnesday and maliciously having carnal knowl- the guat of Mr. and Mrs. L. T.iWll-laredge with a female under 1C, was continued in Judge Wedding's court Mr. of Leltchflold, last) Saturday. The date for trial wasi here last Wednesday. was set for June 26, but It is underMr. and Mrs. Dan Aultmlre, of faro for the rund trip. stood that the defendant will waive 111., and Mr. Frod Chapman, One of tho most enjoyable features the examining trial. of Centertown, were hero last Thursof the Is the basket ploalc. day. Each family Is expected to take their Program. Mrs. Herbert Clarke wont to Doaa-flel- d, dinners 1n baskets, and eat them Of Sunday Sohool Union of the Ohio last Thursday. picnic fashion. Mrs. Mahalia Warner went toUv-ormor- e Grand .Master G ruber, of Kentucky, County Baptist Association to meet church June and Grand Master Stlpp, of Indiana, with McGrady Cro-JFriday. are both ex&rtlng all of their Influ- 27, 1011. Mls3 Myrtle Williams, of Hartford, 9 i 30 Devotional led by Elders J. A. was hare last Friday.. ence toward getting every Odd FelC Taylor. low within roach ol Louisville to at- Armstrong or Mr. C. L. Myers went to Louisville 10:00 "Why Sunday Friday. hava a tend, School' Elders Blroh Messrs. J. W. Baker and Tom DowShields and Victory for Local Attorneys. G.. H. Lawrence. ney, Chis. Goddls, .wero la Beaver 10:30 Reading minutes & Messrs. Woodward, Haavrln and re- Dam Saturday. attorneys for Robt Robinson, who ports ot Schools. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Miller, of Se11:00 Sermon by was so seriously Injured at Elder A. B'. lect, werahvriQ Saturday and Sunday the " Broadway Mlneslu 'this county, re- Gardner. , tho guoata ot their daughter, Mrs. R. 12; 00 Dinner. telegram from the Clerk of' ceived a N. Allen. 1:00 p. m. "How Manage to Rov. 3f W. Druner, ot Hartford, .she U. S. Court at Louisville, Thursday, InfannlBg thcra that Judge Ev- the opening and Closing Exorcises nreachul here Saturday and Sunday. ans had set aside the farmer Judg-sw- Eld. W. H. Morton or Kenbert GraMrs, J. L. Tatw, of Rockpoft, .aas horo 6unaay visiting rektlves. la favor ot the Coal Company, ham. 1:30 "How to manage Lesson and awarded their elieat a new trial. Mr. nnd, Mrs. Guy Stewart, of Nel IIG.OOQ Claude The uR is lor Chick and son,- were hre Sunday. and was Period" Eld. W R. Oldham. tried at Owensboro last May. Messrs. Simon Jones and Isaac .2:00 Hard quesUoas aas wared. Oaer went to Central City Sunday. Stock Taken up by Sheriff. 3; 90 The Outlook, apeaker. to be Miss Willie 'Harris spent 'the day " ,hav-- taken up 'four red yearling aasouaced. (a Beaver aw. Suaday, i 3:00 Buaiasss aad adjourameat. wives, wDfieh are now lu ray possesMr. and .Mrs. Dave Dlce went to Nlgfaborig ssboels especially are Rcaine ywUnday sion at Baver Dam, Ky. Owners expected t be WH reafietented. aaa hav srim' by 'paying fexpettsaft. Ernest aad O. M. Taylor, of Beavor K, W. FORD, Ch'ai'a. T. II. BLACK. 6. 0. Ci Dam. w ihere yesteritay. W. M. FAIR, Sec'y. 43tf By S. O. KBOWiN, D. S. O. C Mr. S. 8. Hoovor, of Now Albany, will be held In FonThe taine Ferry Park, one of the greatest pleasure reports In the United States., To make the Reunion one of especial importance, the children of the Widow's and Orphans' Home at Lexington w ill bo brought to Louisville by special train, and also the child- ran of the Widows' and Orphans Home at Gre3nburg, Indiana. Preparations are being made to give thtse children the greatest day they have ever had or ever will have. Grand Sire, John B. Cockrum, hasl been Invited to be present, and the Grand Masters, Grand Secretaries and Grand Patriarchs of Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia and Tennessee, have also been invited. Many of thjm have already signified their intention of b3lng present. In Kentucky, Odd Fellowship has how 32,000 members. In 'Southern Indiana 20,000, Every one of these 52,000 members have been notified of this The railroads of Kentucky have given a one-fafor round trip, and the Indiana roads in tho Louisville territory one and one-ha- lf Re-Unin. re Visiting at Centertown. ' Jun27)-Dedicati- on Date. gShelby vJlle, Ky., June 21. The forMasons' mal dedication of the Old Home will be held Tuday afternoon June 27, at 3:30 o'clock. Grand Mas-t- or Rftbert R. Burnam, ot Richmond, will preside, and all-th- o Grand Uodge Officers wilt be in attendance at tho exercises, which will he under the auspices of Solomon's Lodge, No. 5, F. and A. M. Lodgo delegations from LouIsviHe. Commandery, No. 1, and Da Molay Commandery, No. 12, are oxnoatd. The Rev. B. F. Hungerford, the venerable chaplain of the lodgo, will deliver tho address of welcome. The address of the occasion will be made by the Rev. Aquilla Wobb, of Louis- .. -- v d. Har-rUbur- g, Ro-Unl- at - Mr. Jno. Jennings, of Luzerne Js the guest of his son, Samuel at ithls Exceptional Offer Made by" writing. University. Br. and Mrs. 11. B. Innls and daugh ter, Miss Gladys, has left Ihore for Todd county Tiear Russellvllle, whore tliey will make it their future home, Opportunity to take Entire Course thoy havo.our best wishes as they are Without CostLetter to such good citizens they w.111 be great ly missed in our locality. The Doctor Supt. Leach. had to leave here on account of his healfih, tin had been practicing here for fifteen consecutive years. Young Iad'es' and young men here Mr. John T. Bateo Is on the sick is the opportunity of a life time, inlist at tills writing. tact, the following proposition is one with which mighty few people were About our Address. ever parmited to meet, and if you The Cattlesburg Daily Tribune, let it pass unimproved you will feel with Tihoni tho Junior editor ot this the effects of your failure for many paper was connected as city editor years to come, even so long as you for some time, has the following to live. say about our Fourth of July adRead the following letter received dress that is to be given at Center-tow- by Supt. ot School3,Henry Leach, and before you sleep go and tender your Down at Centertown, which la Some application for an appointment. Here where in the "lower Tegions" of Ken- the proposition.. tucky, they are going to have a iblg "State University of Kentucky, Lexreunion ot old soldiers and a Fourth ington. President's Office, Juno of July celebration all In one. There 15, 1911. are to bo reduced raUs of fare on all Dear Sir: railroads, good music, fine entertainWe find that you, as county school ment, plenty to eat and dead oodles superintendent of your county, can of oratory will be poured out, swim select 10 students who will be receivming hole dep, and towering above ed at this University on September tho waves will be seen Hon. J. Ney next, each of whom will be given Fostor, once associate editor of The free tuition, free room rent in the Tribune, and at present half owner dormitories, free fuel aad fr?e lights; and associate editor of The Hartford and any fctudent who remains during Rupublican, one of the bst weekly the full nine months' session will be Republican nowsparers in the State. entitled to traveling oxpenses one They have )oung Foster down for round trip from the University. These a speech after dinner, at two o'clock. appointments will be good each year a time when tho throngs will be fllhd so long as the student remains In tho to the uiicr adgo ot the collar with University. .. yellow legged ohicken and huokle-berr- y In making these appolntmeuts it piaso that nothing- neevssary for jou to hold will 4 a Ka Dsa cyclone or the counterpart examinations as was formerly the rule. of tlie Sau Francisco earthquake can In making these appointments you possibly hold the attention of the should be careful, however, not U audience. We know that Fester's ora- send us students .who are not pretion will be a good one, but It is to pared to enter our school. be feared that too much of it will be If after you make the above aplost will flo"w out and be absorbed pointments, others should apply, let In the soil ot Ohio county instead of us hear frcm you aHd we will see If being taken in by the people who further arrangements cannot bj made. should be the real beneficiaries in We want to place tho bfCflts of. this the case. After all, if it Is as dry university within reach of every studown th to as it is reported to be in dent in tho State seeking a higher now, oduca'lon, and we hope you will see other parts of Kentucky Just and our youthful brother can succeed that jour county is fully represented. In making the soil produce a good We enclose a numbor of appointtobacco crop or corn crop by satura-tl- n ment blanks which )OU will Issue to it with his eloquence, It will be your appointee. a mighty good day's work for the Direct all communloa'tons to Ezra oung man, and he will have been L. Glllls, Registrar, State University, the hero and benefactor of the occa- Lexlu;tqu, Kentucky.. -t- sion aud the pel)le who attend that Yours very truly, big return will call him bleswJ. W. T. LAFFSIttT, ' -- p. . -hoping Hore's to brothor J NVy, Chairman. that good reports may be sent abroad Now you will observe that all joTT when the tatters are dug and the bur have to pay In order to enjoy the ben ley is sate in the hogsheads, and the fits of tho school is the expense of long ears of yellow corn are in the your board, which Supt, Lach tells crib, and that It will all be due to us can bo had for not more than J2.51 ot a week, and the books. Any person tho overflow of Foster's Fourth July speech. who has tho "go" n him might go to Lexington without a dollar and pul RENFR0W. himself through a course In tho courses la Crops are doing nicely. Farmers University. Thero are engineerare busy cutting wheat Gardens are mechanical and electrical tine, only needing rain. Health is ing, agriculture and other departments In which professions there are convory good. Mrs., Tom Einbry, who has ibeen stant demands for men capable and sick for some time is not any bettor. the day that one has completed the A largo crowd atended church at course ho may be landed In a good this place Saturday night and Sun- position, probably for life, at' a good salary. day. This Is certainly a groat offer and M.is3 Sadlo Goff spent Saturday thero should not ha found a vacancy night with Miss Bertlia Renfrpw. forty-eig- ht Mr. Earl Smith, Miss Era Cox, Mr. la the appointments within hours aftor this mottor Is preChester Kendall, Miss Sadie Goff and M16S sented. Ira Cox were the guests ot Pearl Crowdor Sunday afternoon. Notice to Tax Payers. Q. Mr. Ebbon Baize called at A. Taxies for 1911 are now due. Any Orowders Sunday to see Miss Annie one can pay by calUng at the of- Frlzzell. T. H. BLACK. S. O. C. Masters Carlona and Stoy Crow-d-er ncu. spent Tuesday evening with Victor and OrUV Fnlzzell. EASTVIEW. Little Mlas Kola Wilson Mr. B. J. French spent Saturday the guest of Miss Myrl Crowder, Monand Sunday with relatives at Beaday. ver Dam and Taylor, MInca. iiiri. Joe Wilson and Ufctlo daughter Mr. aad Mrs, Bill Smith were the Daisy and baby Jewel, ore visiting gueeta of Mr. and Mrs. O. N. King, Mr Tom, Engler, of Paradise, of Concord, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Vernlo Reatrow and Itlttlo son Mr. aad Mrs. Loa Milter, of Max. were the guts ot ilre. Luella Crow-d- er well, spent Saturday night and Suu Sunday afternoon. day with Mr. and Mro. Elle MarMr. "ll. C. Crowdor and Mr. H. Mau- tin. ris are at work on the new school Or. Dud. King made a business house. trip to Oweofaboro, Friday. Tlhoro iwill be singing at the Church Mr. and Mr. T. B. Hintoi spont at this place Saturday and Satur- Sunday aud Monday with relative day night. Every body invited. at Concord. Bible class at this place every Sun'Mrs. C C. Taylor Is on the oleic day. Every body come. list, State n: to m Popular Wih all Classes. r vrhfaik hn nivwr!w rrelU.(M. sKnda, but with Uio paoplt lwind him, there Is o danger hk that the platform makers will adopt a platform consistent with bli views at tlw State Convention in July. time ti Uimuh. couch Is nvM tufl. tf ft tufted one, hy, rm wHalry worn tike chair or Raw pieces UliTGCtovsr Oliio OeUBty Clreult Court-- T. FatirsaBioxjLii., 0. M. HHBk ' BBES "LuEiaaBaaMWu!! JSttSEuKflRT ' BBLBH! '"tUp'aBBBan UbbVbbbVbbSbmb39bbbbbbbBBBBBb ?lBaaaaafaaaaaHat:r i 4r f lfx?!aaaaaaaaaaaaa?aaaaaBa Uw Initiative "' ''AwJUBj judge; cd. C. O'REAR. All classos aw or Judgo O'Roar for TI19 latoat ta champion Governor. Ills invest Is tiio Journal of Labor published la a Louisville newsr-apr- , tKj Lubor Union of th Interest of Kentucky. This immr stands high la fro labor clrclos, and Is officially indorsed by the Kentucky StaUj Federation of Labor. The tana of Jmio 11, contained Uw follomlug oontwn-la- g Judge O'Rear. That Judge Ed C. O'Roar would loom up largely" ou Uio political horizon In Kentucky soma day was predicted some years ago. Barn In Montgomery county In 13C3, he warly evidenced untiring lalusiry, beoomrtiig the helper of a widowed anotfwr and sister, though tfiat Industry was merely selling papers on the streets of his hom town. After enteritis tw "Sentinel," h printing office of passed through, all the 31100533! Y4 stage of printer and no.vapapor man, Irom offloe boy to editor. His catlw subjoot of so many reer has aewsiaper artlckw that It would be uselwss to repeat It her It Is In the legal ani ' political Held, hawwOr, that h ostabllshod a reputation which has gone beyond Ihe confines of his owu StaW. Nominated by the Republicans for County Judge of Montsonwy oounty against Ills personal wishes, ho was elected iy a good majority, although the county ratw strongly Domocratlc, In 1500 ho entered the rac-- j for Judgo of Uio Court of AptvAils from the Seventh Appellate District, and over apparently tremendous odds was elected by a large majority. In the cajaolty of Judg. Hj wvoto a number of Important opinions, among upholding them the decision staiu'o in aoc,.of tlw farmers, tlie anM-tvu&atute, and au opinion vary important to tho People of the inoutvatns of Kentucky, dealing thlr lawl tltksi from tlw claims of tho "Virginia Land Oran-ters- ," as well as other decisions of large Import. Ills services on tho s, Iench wat oharacUiiaed by such latrlotlsm and lniyartf.allty tliat ajul lie was without opposition, ratrfottc to tho core, he that the time liad icomo for bojiu man to get out of the rut and make an attempt, at loast, to redeem tin State rom abuses which Jiavo held It down In progress anl tlerrfopment. After duo and careful rcsfltotlon, he decided to aicrlflce juerfaonal Interest to tho public will and hooonvo tlw candidate for nomination for Governor, m announcing for this nomination, lis jset forth boldly and unequivocally this views on. uuoatlond affootlng tle Stato of Kentucky, leaving out national politics which a.3 ho aptly itald In ills now faiuou3 Ilopklnsvlllo speech, "la a matter to be attended to next yur, but at present wo aro jsoaoorned with honu government." ' '.That ho has divorced himself from Tieauliglis lutthudes his platform tWmoastratos. Tho man who moails can understand It aud lUwro can e w exouso for nitotaklug bis loii-ste- e people Tlw mmI lnkea'Jons. and fib of his party will Jbd iwk iimnliMM ti him because they know how believes In fair fee ntwi Ho of tlie lwoplo In tlw bruionos of aovorument, la & WtWrrooiit and upllfXlitg of In Ktntucky; In good roads; a rovtelou of tho State's syttjm la n st falr-Jieabol-uwd and rr.jadiwn and the recall of public officials. Judge O'ltear fs not afraid of a con Ust with tho privileged olassos iwho for so many yjars ho,TO dominated the affairs of tie State. He doe3 g not bellovo In special privileges grantwl to any class of people; bhsiiAforo iholilj that tho Tobacco Whlsloey Tmst and other Trust great combinations ehould not have the field to themselves. Ha wants th peoplo to have a voioa in our State government. bj-In- Ho oondemns lawlosuaos In all I'.s maas-uro- forms and bellevos la using not only to punish Hw offender but It possible, to roach out and the causo. No tuaa who ha kuown Judge O'Roar boik as a. citizen and official, can truhfully say that be over stocd tqwn any side exort tiiat of tiio strlet and Impar-tadministration of tho law. Those with ieing. in symwho chargO'Ji-lmin pathy wlMi murdor and arson, th.a:r hearts, know bettor, Ho has .boon attacked for Ills stand oa tho liquor question. Ho dJes not oomproml3 with tha liquor inwertita, It Is true-bu- t ho does nob favor anblturary and conflsoatory legislation against bbe liquor interest or ojiy otbon Intor-o- t. Ho docs bellove however, that the saloon ought to go out of politics. What falrmiaded man dos3 s era-dloa- to al . -- not bellovo tliat' it Tiio Constitution of 1S01 provides that at some time tho county shall vote as a unit on the liquor question, and ho believts in putting that provision into oxocutlon by lotting the of the rarlous counties in tho State, without exception, say or not fehny aro In favor of the saloon In their respective counties. He doeu not soo iwhy any county should have different la3 from another aud lu the Constitution supports 'him this contention. Ho favors strlngont tliose and oftoctlvo laws to punish who engage In corrupting eloctlous In Ho StafcV county or wuulcliallty. favors electing United States Senators by dlroot vote of tho people; tha noni naMon of candidates for State office by direct priimilea held at tho isX- pense of the State, giving the poor but worthy man, an equal clianco with his wealthy opponent. Por those aud other policies for which he stands ho is called radlorl, He dooa not be lieve In radicalism, but in growth.ln getting a.vay from the old rut aud nacting legislation to moot tho now con dltlous which ltavo arisen during recent xirs. This tlie pooplo know and thoy aro flocking to him, bellartng flnnly lhat ho says what lie moans and nvoanj what ho s.ys. 1H0 has tho confidence of tlw People bocauso of tlie clear-cioaUlon whtoli he taluu on those vital public questions and the ijoplo will have a charteo to say on which side thoy staod with roapoot to tlteso quosttons. It has boon said tkat a oaivlidahe should not attempt to niaJte h!a owu platform. Tbta is true as to national roco In which tho principles of the lrty are clearly defined, uutf in State raoes It ia entirely- - iWferuJ. la those raoos, Jude O'Roar lol(oves wb-Jtbo- r ut - leg-3U- iwoplo havo, a rlglt to wiiat tlw candidate- - standi for and what will bo tho polled of hla if oViCted. Ho lias out-lh- il his pollolee in 'bold aud uumla-takabl- o laoguape. fliio people, thor that Uio tore know Just vrbat bU attlitudo upon thoso quoatlon is, aud if they vauo and taxation; the regula-a- k do not aivprove of U thoy do aot, of .0 of ibo liquor traffic by law; course, waut him as tlmlr standard tix abollUon of tho "Third (House," bwor Judgo O'Roar should, and, we would, rofuso a aol If t dcos not affwt the dof bjlievo doo. uot prououueo uominatiou in (arorof wblcb IroU result, ,theu tho adoptiaa for the worn out Ben D. nlngo, Atterney: W. P. MWklff. Feones, and the Joinings will novor be Jailer; B. O. Barraw, Clerk; F. L. Commleioner; It. T. Col his. noticed, as they conm In tha creas- lix, Master Trurtce Jury Fund; T. It. Ulack. Sheres. an iff. Hartford. Deputle-- S. O. Kcown CAUSE OF TONSILIT1S. ton Black. Court convenes first MonInquiry Into tho prevalence of HOUSEHOLD HELPS. day In February and continues thrco weeks rovala tho presenco of that wceW; third Mondoy In April, twoweeks; three (A Special Department for Our disease in many of tho suburbs of second Monday In June, (wo weeks. Monday in October 'Thoy say that old men won't do third K. WedUlns, Judge; Housekeepers. Contributions County Court.-- n. Atfor b9lnes8 those days." W. S. Ttnslay, Clerk, C. 12. Smith, Accepted.) "Oh, I don't know. When theygvit torney, Hartford. Court convenes first too oM to be interested In canooc, Monday In each month. Court-Beg- ins on Quarterly Quarterly or mandolins, or raco horses, I Hud Uio fourth Monday In February, May, 'em prwtty good for work." August nnd November. nes first Tuos-da- y BLACKBERRY PUDDING. Comrt of In January and first Tuesday In cupful of sugar, bait a cupHalf a S. Masfley. Other' County Offlcor-- C. ful of butter, one ogg, two teaspoon-ful- s Surveyor. Forts Hie, Ky.. R. F. D. of (lour, a llttlo salt. Stir in No. 2; Bernard Felix .Assessor,, Hartford, fa.. O. F. D. No. 2; Henry Leach. berrle; If oannod, drain off all tin Dr. A. B. Superintendent, Hartford; sugar Ely's Cream Balm Juice. Sauoe Stir butter and Itliey, Coroner, Hurtford. to a cream; it too thick add hot si?VoB.coi21 It quickly absorbed. JUSTICES' COURTS. Cites Relief at Once. water. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday Itcreruues, soothes, after 3rd Monday In March, TUesday afCURE POR VOMITING.. ter 3rd Monday hi June, Tuesday after lioah nml protects 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday afer Take tho inside lining of a chicken the diseased mem3rd Monday In December. gizzard. After drying behind the brane resulting from O. V. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afte and drives 3rd Monday In March, Wednesday after stovo, powder it up with tho- - hand3 Catarrh Cold in tho 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after nw.iv a 3rd Monday tn Ssptember, Wednesday and glvo a toaspoonful in one-ha- lf Head quickly. after 3rd Monday In December. glass of water, Tho above is a suro John H. Miles, RocUport, Friday after Tuste nnd Smell. Full size CO cts., at Drug- - j 3rd Monday in Maroh, Friday after v euro for vomiting In children gists or by mall. In liquid form, 75 cents. 3rd Monday Ih June, Friday after 3rd Ups. It euros whm everything rj! olse YM.. uwiucnifvu WnMAM CtA WTVnplr. I Monday in September. Friday after 3rd uijf irtiuuuuiice,,iivn w.. Monday In December. fails . J. C. Jackson, Centertown, Saturday after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday af A SLDEP INDUOBR. ter 3rd Monday In Juno, Saturday after 3rd Monday In September, Saturday afinvented An English doctor has ter 3rd Monday In December. M. C. Cook, Itenfrow, Tuseday after what ho calls a "spoctascope," to put 2nd Monday In February, Tuesday after peoplo to slo:p. It is not a sermon 2nd Monday in May, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd but a Uttlo apparatus somewhat like Monday In November. a pair of goggles, which you put o Thomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday after the second Mcniday In February, over your eyes. Juat in front of Wednesday after 2nd Monday in May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in August. each eye is a small whlto spot In Succeed when everything else fails. Wednesday after 2nd Monday In NovemIn nervous prostration and female the mlddU of a bkik disk; the sight ber. C. V. Miles, Fordsvllle, Thursday after weaknesses they aro the supreme spots is concentrated on tho white 2nd Monday in February, Thursday oater remedy, as thousands have testified. 2nd Monday in May, Thursday after and drowsiness is soon induced. FOR KIDNEY. LIVER ANP 3rd Monday in August, Thursday after TO RENOVATE A REFRIGERATOR. 2nd Monday in November, STOMACH TROUBLE Friday after uri" J Clean thoroughly, sand paper; buy it is the best nedicine ever sold Monday Patton. Kalph, Friday after 2nd In Jhebrunry, 2nI Monday In May, Friday after 3rd Mon- over a druggist's counter. (30 one can hydrollfce white onamel Sgta NerfW',alr otte' 2nd M- conts), four now roolors, If needed (35 oents); ijalmt with white enamel HARTFORD POUCH COURT. ee; B. Ukens.City lti3lde, fixall outside; open and stand A&3 Crwe- - Riley, Marshal; Court Sam In tha sun all day; when dry glvoan-othcof?J5ne(?f,ocnd Monday in each month. VHllams, Mayor; ? ooat of whlta insldo and lot B- - XIk?' t9oIHs' Cl6rk'Couno.- Cox,R. BarIt sun anotlisr Uy. Put in toIIjjv wmbterST,of T. nard Bean, W. M. Fair Pen and yeu have a naw refrigerator at W. e. EIlis.'E. p. Moore. sGlenn- - chairman; coat of 80 cents. WCa0Tifwte-J0 Secretary, C. C .? Crowe and Dr. B. Pendleton? CLEANING BERRIES, Now that tho atrawborry season RELIGIOUS SBRVICBS. is hone an excellent way to the barrios and destroy all gonna day In each month. Sunday School 9:43 13 to p!ao9 them la a collander, rinse WE DO THE In cold water, hull, and thou pour SATISFACTORY ovor boiling wafcsr; drain and foHow KIND lmmdlaWly by cold wabor, .which " " "runer, pastor. leaves tlie berrlos bright, flnm and . ITIlTIciflnn tit... erv,c,C8 every tour nt plump, free from all ob4tlortabte School 211 H,a.m" Sn? Sunday, P' Clder W' pSitor matter. Try this and you"wl uover eat thjm propared in any oihor TVay, BA.KINO POWDER BISCUIT. SECRET SOCIETIES. Tako ,two cups of flour, four Hartford Lodge No. 67S F of baking powder, one a r meets first and third Monday of salt, two teospoonfuls of each month. Owen Hunter. W. nlghtn P. Foreman Secretary. s '1 lard, of a cup of mil IveystonA Pliflnta. xr ..n and water in equal parts. JIlx the SSlfmSSJ? ih'Ld SaturdayJrTight dry lngrodlonts and sift twloe, work S. Secretly?0 rs In tho lard with the tips of the Chapter No. 81. O. E S or a fork, add gradually tho liIn? u W,,.8, ?naAro,urtl Monday even: - Anderson, W. M. Miss Lizzie Miller Secretary. quid, mixing to a soft dough. It is pSJ1 n'xiLr,1LodSo No. 110. Knights of Impossible to determine ths exact every amount of liquid, owing to tho differ &Ton' c- - c-- J- Ney Fos'e". K- of onco in flour. Tos3 on a iiartrord Tent No. 95, K. O. T M floured beard, pat and roll lightly to half ani thlrd Thursday Sn,t-,-n n a'kTe. Commander;!,. P. Keeper. Inch iu thickiioss. Shapo with h cut- Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O T M . . tor. P.laco on a butt-jrpan,b3ko' mftn nvar-- v ..fc nM uiiru i' rmay nlciiI lo u.iu i.ij r In a hot oven twelve-tminContemplation of In The fifteen "ra""1' aajr Record Keeper: utes'. Tho usual fault wkh some Beauty mSHiiifa.ssa.i'j'Es .Loca' no. issi, cooks 13 in mixing tho blicults owtiro uiBiii. n eacn month. iy too stiff and working tho dough there is no charm that a woman Is Noa,h Skaggs, Pres.; w. D. Luce, See- proudor of than a pretty set of teeth too much. Acme Lodgo No. 333, I. O. O. F.. meets Beauties who lack this essontial and seeond and fourth Friday night In CREAM OF ASPARAGUS. UrUna wfhoso front teeth aro a dlsflguro-mon- t, CTM." Barnett Secretary. Cream of asparagus Is much sought irjoe no. uss, imp. Order Red bare bridgo uork Inserted, as ,,u after- - Pivparo H by cutting a largo 3en,ineftf 8ecoild nnd 'ourth Wednes. It cannot be distinguished from the bunch of asparagus into small pl&oeSr or ' iul0' tn,ct Wo aro experts In RccordST roservlng tho tliw; cover with four natural tooth. Hartford Camp, W. No 202 crown and bridgo work, gold Inlays piinta of boiling water, add a shalw! C. wSce! ThonS" WhiamsTcierk; lot, a few stalks of oelery and sprigs and plate work. Preston Morton Post No. i. a a. n Written guarantee on all (work. Sat- ?hid "leengs Saturday beforo of parsley .and a teaspoonf ul of salt. every particular. each month. fo?."fftlM0!?da, Cook about twonty mlnutos, thon pross isfaction in Commander; J. M. Rogers, through a slevo; place over the fire DR, H. J. BELL, A. S. of E. aud bring to a boll; beat tho yolks DENTIST, of thro eggs till light, and to tlioso National Officers; add a cupfull of rich cream andotlr Office hi Republican BWg. Hartford, Ky. Into tho soup, Tho tips must I3otl-be diSur,riTnrd?surer-s-D-Kum- p' in- reserved for tho custard, and when State Officers: done muat bo cut into dice, placod ?rarrS11 county- T" v' county Vice In tho tureen and tho cream of Mobertn' McLean county, pourod ovor it. Cook those Treaf" tips separately in very little water, Warren county, State wemrs ,vhi vf dm t and whou tondor press through a Jillc?lilrenry .wunty' an1 Lot. tl'nF; SPECIAL OFFER:wtH 1 orgailteT?: 00unt,r' ABwletant stato slow, add a couple of tablaspoonfuU IU Mai U Bi4m A trial m mafc yoo oor twrmaneot ewtonnn-5oe.rU of Directors. Ben M'oil of croam, a Ittie salt and tlto AVataon. War-tbeaten whites of two oggs. Pour infaMft v A. II. Brooke, Brackea county; R. e. d to thick cups, yiaoe in a pan of hot I BS 1 (ICAKAlrTECH T MMJtaac Mu?l7nVardin.UB'y' Doa water and peach tho ouatard Mdo tUq Ptmr. Ohio County Offloers: until Write 8. L. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Dam.Ky. firm la the ovonr lNSAAAWWAAAWVyW -- . SEND; TO CENTS nrora, Ky d.u, iinu RENOVATING LHAfTHER PURNITU to cotw ttm m4 paut p4 awW tU COUNTT BOARD OF EDUCATION. If your Ioatlier Iouiiko or chair has K tftWOMH tffll pWlfaNW. MfMalaW WHB I twMta usaon. tiiairman, liartfcrd.Ky. grown worn and rusty, troat it as' I UUr Jljiwit Itolwt UW at SwTKukMk. i jioory B, H If L L. Tlchenor, Hartford, R. F, IX u III pi. thoy do at the stotto, and it will be ' C. Hartford. J. Ky. like now. iloisteu a aiwugo a Uttle ? M 8, Patterson, Qtatpn, Ky. 4. 11. L. Alfonl. White Vtei. Ky. lu warm soapy water and wipe off 5. lUchard PlMroer. Taylor M!ie,Ky. . J, L. Brown, Itoekpert, Ky. tho, 'dirt that bas accaraulatod; th wot a. clotli HJi black ink and go Over tho rusty pkwe, alvlng a second doao it ueoodaary, Theu P9sr&vs whoa thoroughly dry, rub all over ? with a dressing mado of two tWd oflrtSf07?A wuNTiruu boiled linsoed oil and ono of turpen VL2S'2'W.AK Gwulmii tine, sbakoa woll toffothor. Lel-thi- s dry iu and then rub well over th surface to romovo any aupjrfluotH oil, and you won't know your lounge. toptfl&w Au old fupulturo aiaa ay that tjath-- r , "ft4 Z&Sto goods should be glvon this oil treUaont about once a yoar, aad that article eo oaned for will a third longer and look woil ail can ie F. B'' Bahkitt 0. B. Suits l smith, Attorneys iarnett HARTFORD, 111 at Law, - KY. ton-slllt- ls practice their profeesion in all th U courts of Ohlq and adjoining: coi . tiea and Coart of Appeals. Sp tl at. tendon given to all bulnr eu crusted to their care. Collections at.u the Practice of Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties. Offlee la Republican bulla-lo- g. Claims-Conve- AB'aHb'e CATARRH Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, - KT. Will practice Tils profession In Otatt and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and a Specialty. Office in tho Herald building. FRANK L.FELIX, -- lie-H- ay K9 CCFH or-gro- Electric Bitters TRY THE REPUBLICAN HARTFORD, - ICY. practice his profession In all tha Will Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Anpoals. Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank. Attorney at Law YANOYL.MOSLEY, JOHN B. WILSON CBAS. U.CBOWB WILSON & CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD, - KY. Will praotioo their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections. Offlos on Main St., opposite Court House. or &dli Tyr J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. Matters Given Prompt Attention. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A SPECIALTY. All 6TT0 S. MARTRJ S.'PMcKENNEY Ohio County JOB WORK n& LaiaSW "'" - Martin McKenney Hartford, Ky. teas-poonf- teas-sppof- ul General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK throo-founth- fin-go- "n Pr,est'-Hartfor- d and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. r'n' a UlnV17rfi .' Uld TDanr.UatlMa s VWJ4JMJ WWMUUW4 U rwmtr.!. AK... '"Ml-pifn- na ' all oouMrln, or yv fue. Wo oUala PATENTS THAT PAltllttiemtlwrongbly,tot3 itwaie, uidTitp you to iucceo; SndipoJeL pUotoorktch for FREE report on patentability. 0 ""j rorrrOuM Book on ProBtkU. 1'atcnU writs to -REFERENCES. xnr prartlco. - " t-- . i" iun, u.ic "0' ' iJ"' 'i KILL the COUGH w,th CURE the LUNGS x Pliono Dr. King's New Discovery F0BC8H&H,,sSfc. AND AlLTHRaATAWOHHW i 2-- h.',?' SEEDS' -il TROUBLES. OXTASAKTICXD SATISyAOTOBYl JH.UMJEX MJHWumOKD. a y. 1 lri.-Smr- HAVE YOUR SUITS ttl J Cleaned I Pressed I Rej-nohl- thi m &$ ce3t irAA. ' , &usmessfam(tfsftwftn jlBvardi Repairing and Dye-.in- g neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Bliib, Y. M. 0. A, BLDO., ' J39wg Gren,Hy. lt Saww" HARTFORD, KY, j m r y 77ie Tenderfoot It Farmer O'REAR SPEECH PLEASES FARMERS Hied up as they Jtad ben Ivtt by the wards after th last dinner. PC II Iorejnvflfikn,h Wirt j ahd 1 cirrt3tiu.ci(., in i L coilpjinicu Builis? Sir'flntM H'tiiHigto'l mm thit, m,wry or a jitn rntftttm. Pair' r t,i iehlijment Faet'ce lUMiwy. WrltA t iit.a to 111 tA 61S ritti stmt, c;p ViKtt CtitM rtut 0Sc, WASHItj3TO. O. C. rfrvwin . For Sale .m W U f ft, 3. was ona o( tlieso experimental farmers, who put ilreen spectacles on Im cow find fed her shavings. .Ills theory vrat that it didn't matter what (ho cew ato io long as the wa fed. The questions of digestion and nourishmeat bad not entered into hi calculation. x It't only a "tenderfoot" farmer tJmt would try ouch an experiment with a oow. But mmv r farmer feeds him self regardless of digestion and nutrition. He might almost as well eat shaving for aM tKe good he gets out of his food. The result is that the stomach grows "weak" the action of the organs of digestioaand nutrition are impaired sad the man suffers the miseries of dyspepsia aod the agonies of nervousness, Caught in the Rain. Denelaavllle, Tex. "Pivo years ago, caught In tho rain nt tho WrOTIC tlmo." rrorlfrc KM no Dntl.rfr.r.1 ofDouBlasTlllo, "asd from that time, e, wm lauen witii uunio cwua nnu and suffered more than 1 can toll. I tried everything that I tnouelit would help, nnd hnd four doctors, but got no relief. I took Cardul, tho .woman's tonic. Now, I feel hotter than In many months." Cardul does one thlnrr nml itniw If wall.. Tlmt'o Wd secret of Its CO years of success. ry 2 f- - Cardul. ie-yr- pnocuncD ocrcNnEo, Jurist Addresses Large Crowd at Richmond !, Real Estate! B0 Acres of tho finest Hough river bottom land located three miles wesi of Hartfprd. About 20 acrcs-l- n cultivation. Good dwelling and out buildings. A bargain for $1,250. and Raps Mob Law. tans at dt&estlon ana nutrition and brace up the nerves, Be Dr. Pierce' a Golden Medical Discovery, It la an an falling remedy, ane? Itaa the confidence ot physicians as well aa the praise ot thousands healed by Its use. Te strengthen the stomach, restore the activity of the or :'t H,' In tbe strictest sense "Golden Medical Discovery" is a temperance medicine. It contains neither intoxicants nor narcotics, end is as free frorn alcohol as from opium, cocaine and other dangerous drugs. All ingredients printed On its outside wrapper. Don't let a dealer delude you for his own profit. There is no medicine for stomach, liver and blood "just as good" as "Golden Medical Discovery." V jPB ?. A single motion is quicker to make SPEED keyfor-every-charact- er than two. Only one motion is needed to r make any character desired on the complete, straight-lin- e, keyboard of the easy action ljgnt running &V Richmond, Ky., Juno 16 Judge C. O'Roir, of ike Court of Appeals, epoko here this afternoon In tlw lntoret of his candidacy for the Republican ncrolnaMon for Governor. Ho was greeted by a largo crowd and nos given the closest attention. expxjcted TJioro wero many who Judge O'Rwir to reply to tbs speech of E. T. Franks, his opponent for tho nomination, made at Baiibourvlile throa w)ks ago, but they were disappointed, for the spjaker never to his opponent or the attack made on him. "It is true that he discussed tho conditions. 4n Kentucky at tho tlmo of the tobacco trouDks, but he made K plain that he was opposed to mot) law and stood for tho majesty of tfoa law of tho land. Judge O'Rear's speech was ofpar-tfculInterest to the farmers, for the blggt portion of It had to do with agricultural conditions. Ho told of a meeting with Dr. Amoss, of Caldwell county, who was recently tried at Hopklnsvllle on the charge of being a nlght rWer," and sad that the doctor exlpreesod regret that ho was of an opposite political to faith, and was, therefore, unablo vote tor Judge O'Rear In tha event of lite nomination. xl ar iff. . Meant to be Kind. ... c-1- 60 YEARQ' EXPERIENCE Fair Or!tJ flh Mr fim.p hv. ostriches over there are elraply per iod, iou should never p!.t anything tlso but birds. Artist (sadly). Those are not ostriches, madam. They are angels. Opinion. iSfljUDa Trade Marks DtSIQNS C0PVRIQHT9 &C. Anvnce ttrHHng a. Upl.h and ritiCTlrtlcn but qolcklr &certuhr mtr opinion free I kfltier &n lnvntlnn 1. mnh.titr nafnlnM Cominnnlro. tlornitrlctlreoiKidMiUiU. HAIfOEOOff en Hntenti pntlrec.Oldeet aicr ftrwecnrroirjiatoiin, I'atsnM liken through Jlunn A Co. tecelra Wo havev 460 ncr?s of flno bottom land from ono and a half to two miles of Hartfotd, part of It with timber. Also about 75 acres of upland belonging to the same iraot. Terms easy. Children Cry FOR - mm tptttalnotlct, wHtoutcnarte, Inlba A story Cranio A new one and one-ha- lt building with five rooms and large recptleon hall, built cut of the best Situated on Clay selected material. and Frcdrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. Lot C0x205 feet. Fine well of soft water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. . FLETCHER'S Revision of Bible History. Duluth, Minn., Juno 20. Tho re vision of the catechism and Bible history and the report of the constitu tion and Committee prasHoilly all Jh fcehne cf the convention of tba Augustana Synod f of Sw dish Lutheran Ohurcbes Amtrlea at Uie buslnece session to day. Tho question of revising the catechism was finally drcr.ped with out action. By-Lacon-sum- C A STOR A I Good nine room two story dwelling in Centcrtown, Ky., has good cis(t tern, good collar, never failing well New York of water, good stable and. other out MUNN&Co.30"3'"11 Branch Offlce, CU F EU Wubloston, p. C. buildings, ono acre lot of ground. A uplendld location for family residence and hotel. Price nnd terms reasonSubscribe for The Republican able. Apply to bandiomdr llhiftrated weeklT. I.arcet clr. cnlatkm of aiir nMenflfla Innrual. Terms, (3 Soldbjall newtdfalera. rears four mcmthl, Scientific JlmsricM. BARNETT & FOSTER, $1.00 per year. Agont, Hartford, Ky. POSITIONS GUARANTEED Model 0 1 3?. Write (ot information to The Smith Premier' Typewriter Company, Inc ST. LOUIS.MO. & u- . is" f,-- n There Is more Catarrh hi this of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and proscribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure iwtlth local treatment, .pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to bo a constitutional dleoase and therefore requires treatment. constitutional Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only .constitutional cune on tho market. .It is taken Internally In doses irom 10 dreps to a teaspoon-fu- l. It acts directly on tho blood and es mucous-surfacof the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO., Tole seo-tlo- . Euckbee'i "Full ol Life" Northern Grown Pedlcreed Seedi hare a reputation of 3 years of successful seed growing behind them. It pays to plant the best. .scasonaDic specialties: SEEDS BEANS Jj.5 fr.y will GUARANTEE you n position If you ua real soon. We need many moro at once to supply tbe enormous demand for our graduates. As soon as we get tbe required number of students this offer will be withdrawn. Bo write at once for particulars. WE Earliest Red Valentine . . Refugee .. Extra Early - New Strlngless Green Pod . Va,'dwell'i Imp. Kidney Wax Davis New White Wax . . Currie's Rust Proof Wax , J3.50 Bushel $3.70 Bushel I4.50 Bushel J4.75 Bushel Bushel BUSINESS COLLEGE OEO. W. SCHWARTZ rftmoirAX, SftCOHrOBATED Extra Early . $3.50 Bushel New Early Gracilis Jj jo Bushel Horsford's Market Garden . J3.50 Bushel Buckbee's Lightning Express J5.00 Bushel Lcituee. Diuliih. Tomato and a full line ol Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. 01 sena lor complete catalogue or suomu a your requirements and will quote prices. Buy direct from the grower Save Money. Write today. Mention this paper. PEAS AlasVa . . Bushel isa-- t .... ,mmmmmmmmmmmemmmnMBXt liOTJrSVItiTT:. KY ii 1268 Bwlbet St., Roctford Seed Firms. Rockford.lJL H. W. BUCKBEE "10Qey MB K' .c Lad ICSi "ave MaM7in MSCALLS MAGAZINE , do, Ohio. s Style by Reading McCall's V aua teep in , - Sold Dy Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family PHls for con m stipation, V- - and UsintrlVFcCallPaliernil McOUt Maiaiisewiil help you dress styN Ulily at a ltiodcrato cxienso by keeping-yoposted on tbo latest fashions In and exhibit a sample Latest loilel "tlnsot" bicycle famished by us. Our atents everywhere are mating money iasi. i rnejar juu famcHLtrtatta srectat ejer az ettct. :j NO IlllNKV lti:OUlitt:i until you rcceite and anDrove of vourbicrcle. Wt.shic to anyece, anywhere in the U. S. mlimt a cent dffiosd in advance, frtfay frtifit, antf allow TUN UAYS FKKK TllIAt. dt't'.ng nlnch time you may ride the bicycle and ij-'lycut It to any test you wish. If c,u are tl.en r.ot perfectly satisfied or do not wish tff mn Keep tne Dioxie imp ii Dacn io us at our cxperse xmaycu ;u.( net tie cuiette rem. is possible to nuke CTTAnV PPIPre e furnish the chest grcde bicycles it cost. You saTe tie rKlIUlll rniU..O.at one email profit aboeusactual factory middlemen's prolits by bupr.p direct cl to ard have the manufacturer's gcan ante behind your bicycle. 1)0 A OT Jl U Y a bici de or a pair of tires from any am at any trice until vou receive our catalogues and leam our unheard ol facttrx irictt and rewarkailc ieciil ejTtrt to rtcUT iigrntH. YGO WILL BE ASTOKISHED 5!SJ xl aZ&?$ We sell wit "in w.S? ItKu truetit can make you this year. sausned the highest grade bicycles for lesa mone any otner lactory. we are sx.oo pront above factory cost. ttian tilth ltIlYGl.ll l)l.l I.KItA. roil ran .e ftur hlrvnlr unil.r nnr nun nam mate xl day received. douMeaiir prices. Orders sifted tlie V.V tin rtirnlarlv hinilh. crrnnit hant hirrrlr. I.f 1IANII IIICV.'CI.I'S. SlTON'll rrt euallv have a number on hand taken In trade hv our L hirapo retail stores. Thrse we clear ocf cromDtlv at Dlices ramnntr from S3 to tH or 10. Descrimive banrain lists. mailed free. urliec-ls- , Importcil roller cliniim and pfdala, parts, repairs an! s'nslo PftftCTPD RRQKP wwrws..t iimui.w equipracni oi mi Ktncs a a( u usint rtiau fricest mnmmmmtHT: fi IN EACH TOWS Aiatrict ta jlwi r LS5 mm saaTiflb Mm Jamwmmmf Jam sl Jmmt WammmW May Attempt Burley Fool. ". Frankfort, Ky., Jlme 19. So serious has the drouth bworno in Central Kentucky that the reports received by Commissioner of Agriculbur-le- Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers Our Mr. Greeley was formerly. search of"Paterj't')bffice"Jecords. Acting'Cbmmissibner pf. Patents, and as such had full charge.of Ihe U.S. Patent Office. Dook on patents. '"Hints to inventors." "Inventions neeaed." "Why some inventorsfail." Send rough sketch or model for y ture Rankin are that the white tobacco crop of 1911 will be cut to less than 7 per eent of the crop of 1910. GREELEY &M9IMTEE VitfSS l INCORPORATED Ifc flip? . WASHINGTON, D. C ( r - ffiil -- ' From ,a member of- - tiho Board of Control of the FnankHn county So- branch of the Burley Tobacco olety, It was learned that tho encouraged growers, by the short of crop, will try to pool the crop 1911. Solicitors who helped pool th tobacco crops In former years, are being paid at the rate of fl per acr to-ilg- clothes and hats. 0 New Fashion Doslrns In each Issue. Also valuablo information (11 all home and per-- 1 Kiuai mailers, uiiiy Wo a year, Including a free paijcm. Sub-fcrlltoday or scud for free sample copy. KcCall Pttitrai will cnahloyou to rnako In yonr own homo, with yourown hand3 clothlntrfor yoursejf and clilldrcn wiricli will bo perfect in sly-l- and fit. l'ricn nono higher than 15 cents Send for frco Pattern Catalogue ( We WSI Cife Voa Fine Preitatt for ccttlne among your friends. Send for frco Premium Cotalojuo and Ca It l'nio Offer. THE McUa COMPANY. 239 219 West 37ia SL. KEW YCKI The rerular retail trice ot these tires, it zrn pair. en. iv inirvtiMir ivc u'.i. tellyeuBtampiepatriorfiMnrasnumiioraerftM. .M-- 8 SO 1IEB3ETH0EH SELF-ISEALSFnO I yiyRE-PROO- F IE A SAMPLE gScSA TO INTRODUCE, ONLY PAIR 4i K viVW NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUHCTb'BES OUR CLUBBING RATES. $1.35 The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.50 Republican and Courier-JournThe 1.75 The Reptblican and SL Louis 1.25 Republican and Home and Farm The 1.75 The Republican and , 3.25 Republican and Louisville Daily Herald The , 3.25 The jkepublican sntt Uany u wens Doro inquirer O'boro Messenger 1.75 k Republican and The 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 The The Republican and" Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.25 al (Slobe-Democrat poolod. A Peep Into tho Pocket. would shaw the box of Bucklen's Arnica Salvo that E. S. Loper, a carpenter, of Mar-illa-, N. Y., always car- McCALL PATTEkNS Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity and ries."! havo never had a cut, wound rtllabllily nearly 40 years. Sold In nearly crery dry nd tawn In the United States and bruise, or soro it would not soon Canada, or by mail direct. More sold than any other make. Send for free catalogue. heal." he writes. Greatest healer of burns, boils, scalds, chapped hands McCALlS MAGAZINE any other fashion More subscribers than magatine million a month. Invaluable. Latand Ups, fever-eareest styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, eczema, corns and piles. 25c at all plain sewing, fancy needlework, mUrdusslng, s, ekln-eruptlo- tndeasyridinnr,verydiirableondlinedlnsidev.ith a special quafity of rubber, which never becomes porous and which closes up siuau punctures vmnoul allow. ' the thick rntiber trea-- i inetheairtoesjape. We have hundreds of letters from satis K M NPt,ce ...& B.UUW1..V . n.iai.B ajc fied customers statine that their tiresliaveonly been pumped U uponceor twice ina whole season. 1 hey wctcnnomorelnan TgW anoV'lV' also rim strip This tu prevent rim euttlne. inordinary tire, the puncture reslstlngqualitltstieinsgivcn fin tire still outlast any by several layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the ELASXiO anU tread. The regular price of these tires isf S.so per pair.but for UASV ItlUING: dveriilni?nurriosercarenakin:?a special fiu'torviiiice to the rider of onl v J4 8j per pair. All orders shipped same day letter is received. We ship C. O. D. on ipproval. You do not pay a cent until you ba e examined and found them strictly as represented. We wiU allow a cash llscount of per cent (thereby making the price S4.A5 per pair) if yout You run no risk iri seni d FDL.L CASH Yfllll niiuiilt and enclose tuts advertisement. sen ding, us an order ns the tires may be returned nt OUIt expense if for any reason they arc not satisfactory on examination. Wc are pctfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe ns in ti bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run faiterj wear better, last longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price. We kndw that you will be so well pleased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order. We want you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer. don't Imyauvkindntnny price until yousend forapalrot mtm tires on approval and trial WJfJ rSCBilJ SStcm Hedgethom rmicture-l'roo- f the special Introductory price quoted above; or write lor our big Tit e and Sundry Catalogue whicbi describes and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices. HOY1NQ a bicycle but write us n postal today. 1IO NOT THINK mirtf or VIM nUB Um IT or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wonderful costs a postal to leatncvcrytktag. Write it NOW. i offers we are making. It only KAILS, Tacks or OIiiss will not let the Dlr out. Sixty thousand pairs sold last year. ijtfMi iImtIMi Over two hundred thousand' pairs now in use. tTtii iiiriiiniimii U. I DESCRIPTION! Made in all sizes. Itisllvely "SslMHHrWl TlZ3MLJ&&.Z&MSmmmmmi'?f iHf kW It Ir fna tuccn Tf1'? t nn fill or J. L. MEAO ME 0MY, SHIGgGO, ILLi kL'kMMMMIktkAAArfissssWks4st!B dVugists. . in m. 9 Twice-a-Wee- Probably. "Now they claim that thia human body CO "Now they 1im that tho human body contains eulphur." etiquette, good stories, etc. Only &0 cents a year (worth double), Including a Ires pattern. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy, & IVONDEBFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue and new cash prise offers. Address THE HcCAU CO, 238 fa 2S W. 37U St, NEW V0B1 FourFif ths of Your Store Patrons Were Won by AdvertisingAnd I fc FourFifths of These Would Be GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. & Address all orders to What amount?" "Oh, in varying quantltks," "Well, that may account for some Un Lost if You Stopped Advertising! Newspaper advertising is a part of all worth-whil- e a part of it which patrons particularly value. For your sales, the it keeps them in touch with your arrival of new stocks, tho showing of novelties, the buying opportunities which your store must create for its friends. The advertising becomes the link between the store and store's advertising to SERVE its clientele. They expect'-thTHEM "not now and then," not partially; but "ALWAYS, and fully! To curtail the advertising in volume or frequency would make tho same impression on them as though you moved into smaller quarters and cut down your force of elerks and workers. To INCREASE your advertising to make itmorQ pqmplete aa "storeNews," as a"market letter," have the effect of enlisting a as a bulletin of.bargaina-'W- ill day, and of winning anew all every lot of new ef the old onea! store-service THE REPUBLICAN. girls making btter moitobs others." Judge. i , than Draughon givoe contracts, backed by chain of SO Colleges, $300,000.0 capital, and 19 years' Buccew, to BMtirt) position under reasonable con'1 df tlosa or rmUui rustles. draughon a competitors, by not accepting V hieropoftition.coHcede'ttiat he teachoa more Bookkeeping in three monttu than they do in six. Draughon can con vinoe you. A KTI 75 per. cent of the United States Court 'Report of Shorthand Draughon era write thesye-teteaches, because they knowit is THE BEST. Per Pf BE' CATAbOGUE and booklet "Why Learn Telegraphy?" which explain all, call. on or write JOHN F. DRAUGHON, President. Good Positions DRAUGHOM'S BVAN0VUXK, If you havo trouble In $etHng rid of your cold you may know that you are not treating it property. Thero is so reason why a cold should hang on for ymkz it will not if you tKe lmfi&kla's bough Remedy. in For sale by til ttrDcebU. J. F.GILLESPIE Proprietors store-event- ed LAGKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK e Battle Ship ReLks. remains of the battkehlp Maine giadiiallx risd above th jv&tera in the cofferdam first discoveries are roost intuiWJne-curious rota ef tbe graat tHsaetar Ku bea found. Tiie. oxplonora lost nlgM and tahs lsm awdotUr morning rooovened ware In offloars quai"twe. Some ohU wer IdewUfMi lt- - ui prota of tho dinner &wl&t ot the Captain nnd 0ood wardroom iukm. All wre In and wre found Havana, June 18. Ab 0tAteef-irtMrvaitloQ RnniriTFF'PINfv DUvAALbl lil CHADTH OillAl llAlll ta. Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, - Ky. Mg.,,j stwe-frien- ds HwesroiiTM ADUOAH. NASHVILLE, ST. LOUW, 8P8IN0FJBLD, practical business college, UBUPHW. t i ' , .f.'irffc,? K . u . for but he had never' b'oen rottd anything xept Jrttlrtiy manhood aiid good common sense. Mny of pur Hted acwrdlK to law at ih thPertoWhw older cltleons lemomter the debate wcoad ttr t Mrttort,;Ky.( MmaH Mr. Knotl and Judge Morrow, ?wbirti tcek plaoe at Hartford many years ajo when Uiey wvro opposing candl ) CM. BARNETT it,ltcrtllml Pnp,,,t, dates for Governor, It was admitted J. NEY FOSTER S by nil pantke that Mr. Knott was very much wor&ted In the encounuer to Address all communications In fact, ho showed Up" In the contest Tho Hartford Kopubllcan. with Morrow at a very decided dis- Hartford Republican. Will Deliver Addresses at Old 4 p Soldiers Reunion, Centertown,July Odd stylish up-to-da- te Pants t S -- TXZ.3tXXL02.TX advantage aJ3a"torlo.iid.....-- .. .FRIDAY, ittt" .2Z. 23. You no doubt need slimmer1 Pants. Maybe you have a good Coat and Vest and need a JUNE ANNOUNCEMENT. We are authorized to announco Hon a candidate for Representative from Ohio county In tho aext General Assembly of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Republican "partx. C. P. Keown to announce Wo are authorised" RepreAlbert Loach a candidate for Ohio County In tho sentative from "next Qeneml Assembly of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Republican party. to announco Wo are authorized Hon. Tfcos. W. Vinson, of Caldwell county, a candidate for Supt. of Public instruction, subject to the notion of the Republican State Convention, Louisville, Ky., July 11, 1011. -- rtjd 0 1 x 10 Hartford 1 2 29 2 r-ZTNo Greek o Z. '" B,Q- - aame ( "'" Boy's Knickerbocker Pants 3 to 17 , Notes of rha game. V 11. By Be- of styles at Struck out fcy Barn old. We show in quite ZJnM To.- Rank. Jqo Blackburn In predicting the AkW.QUV iy4 UUil io. party In of the Democratic PRICED AT nice .range of Prices. Hits olf Barnott 4. Off Reneei4 W. Is right, but it is unbecomReal Estate For Sale. PRICE PER PAIR. ing Blackburn to make such stote-jnent- s. Home Runs King and Taylor. By order of the Ohio Circuit Court, He has been honoirod by his Vnl.lfl,Tiid. HIAon. tin. iinlfrBttriid la directed as as- n.r.u. i.nu itts mrty far beyond what he deserved, ' slgnoe of the Ohio County Bank to re-' ICing and Barnett. .and ehould behave himself. Morgan-tow- n C , ;oelve written bids from such parties Errors for Hartford Republican. ' m "cslre to become the purchasers of . Umpire. Marvin Milter. , gave Island a t rrl- - any oi tne oanK-- roai esiaie ami iBeaver Dam Kentucky The time has come In last Saturday at Ba- - port same to the Circuit Judge at tho they stand when we must ehow whTe saver Dam June mi term oi me wm wuiu .either for or against the grat far- HARTFORD'S UNDESIRA BLES ver Dam. Score 18 to 0. I have in my hands for sale the mad j no errors. The eatunlof tho ming interests which constitute nineIt Is a shame that a little city game was the pitching by Peters and following described real estate: g ty ner cent, of tho ouhuiujj ouu J5ke Hurtfordjwlth its cultured and re- - his homo run. Batteries For Beaver One two siory unc element of our State. The farmer will ,OTrlnl fined people, cannot go along wlth- - Dam, Peters p; Thorp c; For Is- - basement on oorirer of Main and Cen- make no mistake in counting In citizens out havlcir ter streets, in Hartford, Ky., same his frlnd who is denounced as u Its community. Yet. wo are sorry t land, Bates, p; Pollics, c. Struck out now occupied by Barnard & Company s, by Peters 12; by Bates 4. Hits off Bight-rid- tr or a friend of say, they exist and they are undoubt-eJl- y Peters 4. ury Boods store ami Dy ur' J" n" althcugh he may have a reputhe most loathromo psopla in Saturday Pintle, as dental office and the same Poor fl'pldlnc bv Xo peaceable, tation as a lost tho game for them with Hartford. In which the Ohio County Bank's Cod-- f sarins citizen. order wheih was made at our AprlL metropolitan papers However, the fielding for Hartford counting room is locatou. We read In the the business of the Association is ree acres of ground in complete; Temfcm'btT that the basis of moating requiring the secretary to About In the drawing for positions on thfe of terrible crimes.robberiea and things was nothlmg like perfect. Th. "Aii.rnuml" j1i.1vin2.Tni. Wake- - Hartford, Ky., on West side of M. H. repcesentatlon will he one delegate prepare a complete Directory of all Democratic Primary Election Ballot, of ithls sort and at once thess creaploee In Louisville last tures besome dattetable lo our na- land was one of the features 'of the & E. R. R., between Griffin and Fore- - each local union ; and one delegate jioolers, and for the secretary, to coin- which took eaw sup- - tures, even though we nt.vor man streets or Lieucnoeia roao. from oach county Union in theDls-- ply with this order It will be abso- week, every candidate who Is gajjj never About 3 acres of grounu m iian-liv- trlot, together, with tho individual lutoly necessary to have a complete de- with Mr. McCroary, them and Jn all probability Doaed to bo elated Fred Robcrteon did not fail to for. Ky., on oast side of W. H. & members composing tne savenai ooun- - list oi an me powers m me iuo-- ,, drew the .top line except one, Mr. Mor will There is another class of peothe goods, neither. Fore-a- t PvuniKiu nvmiula nr.a Insist nti n trlct. en okasa sen that all lists Is a candidate for pie tint is even wors than those gon Chlnn, who Roo Roy and Taylor Mines playod E. R. R., between Griffin and we plaee Sunday, when Rob man streets, Nos. 2 and 3 formerly full attendance at this meeting from are completed and sent to the? proper Clerk of Court of Appeals, who drow we read about, and right here the latt?r the scandal- Roy beat Taylor Mines with aecoro were In one tract before divledd by tne tact mat unaer an amenuuuem ouiuiais on we scvena-- i auuuiva uuu. the last place on the ballot and as reach our point, the M. H. & E. R. R to our constitution this will be the report to tho District convention on Uiis position ap'ars last place on the mongers. of 4 to 2. Batteries Taylor Mln-- e, Nothing is more repugnant, hate- Williams, p; Murray, c. Rob Roy.JWl" About 3 acres of town lots central-ltam- s Umo to elect officers for the en- - July 6th, at Owensboro. ballot, It was tho place iwhloh bemott S. B. ROBERTSON, Sec. Although the drawing was ful, detestable, loathsome and execraUmpire ly located in the town of Centertown, suing year, we call attention to the 48t3 desired. p; R. Williams c 0h, County Kentucky. ' aid to have been fair, yot the fact ble than .those people who go around Smothers. One tract of land containing CO Umpire Marvin Miller madj a 'hit that a certain set of men drew all talking of things they know nothing ballot about. Thoy never try to examine and with the players and fans here Sat- - acres more or less near HoTton, OhI the coveted places on th wan oomnientx.d upon ito a wide exten understand the true state of affairs urday. Ilia decisions were never uouncy, .emuicKy, same Known ua fijioh a nuult in drawing, WHICH of tho subject the whisper aboutjbut questioned a single time and satis- - the C. A. Edwards farm. T OI B1"10 AO I nan' WAS FAIR, could not possibly hap- go from place to plnoe.prlvate or pub- faction lvlgncd supreme. Of lic, llelng, Ueln-- and continue to lie. pen again in a million years. double head-- r wiU bo ford, Ohio County, Ky., on Js'orth side Tomorrow vs. of Foreman street or Lottchfleld road, course, we aro not siyliig that the It abroad Is fctill iworse. You can seo played at Hartford. Llvwniore are in our city, but to haw to tell Hartford and Llvermoro vs. Beaver lying between L. P. Foreman's resl-n- ,. drawing woa not fa'.r. It abroad is still worse. Yu can Bee dence and the lot of J. W. Fond on Tbe Repub'xan Mass Conventions thorn gather at the homes of .their ' The third team of Hartford and the corner of Union and Foreman any which are to bo held July 8th througl neighbors, on tho stroet or streets. Bxivcr Dam crostod bats hero-Tu- 'out Kentucky, will be more largely where they etop and thenthefr ton- dany afternon, and the Hartford kids All written bids are required to bo attended than any Uk-- conventions gues go to wagging. Anything that put ovr the victors iwlth'" a handed in on or before Monday, the it ver hold by our party. It has hvea takes plaaj tliat this Hartford scany ot June' 1911 tho tlTBt 12th of 7 to 4. ? much tho cane that whoa thJ30 con- dalmonger does not fully comprehend 4oo n ihn nracUce came W.sdncsdor af- - ot the Ohio Circuit Court. Number oue Clover and vest" and "Cream of Wheat". ' in the past Is a sure mark for talk. It matters ventions have been held A. E. PATH, Wakokind ternocn "Little SooW down. Republicans around the coun- mot what the subject may be, and sl Assignee Ohio County Bank. Timothy Hay, mixed. 2tf Madisonville Bolted Meal, fanned Dr. Djll. That was on tirnoi ty eat would get togother and juss tlmea havo been known wto-nttcjlc the Bell failed to ring, (Paid adver-tl- s Number one Clover Hay. "Quail Brand." r.o?iit'(ins tuil ahn.no them of tlwlr oonvereatlon would tfhame i.iiio-ir- v First Christian Church. ment by CJevo Her). FirBt-cla- ss Feed Corn. Hartford Mill Co.'s Unboltup to suit themselves. This year bow, tne worat afreet cusr In Hartfoid W. B. WRIGHT, Pastor. 3 iMoHnry had a score of ID to At u.nte..t ..41, n.trn1 I Tihla conduat la contrary to all good morning Preaching next Sunday Corn Chops. ed Meal. MoHenry Sunday af--J with Island nt Ihese convmtions ftnd hao a voice manners and reproachful to any per bemoan. What is tho matter with and evening. Corn Feed Meal. German Millet Seed? Fancy greater extent than ev- -t son of culturo and g3d brxding. It Morning subject, "Am I My Brotta- In thorn to a Island agsresation? Tihey use Ito tosit Alfalfa Meal. Is before. If we mistake not, the 8th Is deteeuble in tho extreme. It Southern. . , or Keeper, or The Ddbt I Qe. up everything they conio in contact Plvn-JrH... t fiuhltrrf.' "A Cknot Mnn as of July will wiiiKeo tlws ttttendmoo odious to tho ulmost dvgre, and it Is witn. -- Fancy Whipporwili Peas.. Crown Alfalfa Feed. . . U farmers at the County Mass Con- dtsgusticg to anyonu vwho attends to A dandy game wlU be pulled of at Ga Acme Horse and TMulo Home Grown Peas. of whom never his own affairs. What thoso untlilnk-Inventions, hundreds good program of songs morning Sunday bawen AIoHenry . uVAunatory talkrs nml timivat Tkvth TMa ruvim! Feed. R. A. Thomas' Tmnrovflfl attended or atteaiptd to tako carekro and to anl evenUlg. to tmch mietlnga bufoic. If they do need Is a svero Ksaon upon talk- be one of tho most Interesting 'games Bible .School every Sunday at 9:30 Bran and Ship Stuff, pure Stock and Poultry Remedy, aot' ass it their strength, and let ing and acting before thoy word?n-oerno- d of th-- season. and communion service at 10:20 a m. ; candl-xit- e wheat product.". ; and. Hog Powder. Every he Tobacco Trust naara tlwlr Prayer meeting every Wednesday or knew about what thoy were It seems that Hartford teams, lit 4hidy can blame no one hut them' talking. Best Northern White Oata package guaranteed, large, white and black, have evening. tle and pelves. -.- .. . struck a streak of good luck h,oro of The public Is invited to attend toch "Eock Salt? M4nor'8nFly..Oi Wor-Sto-ck. i Iqf T.lvar- - . UMnlov nff'.rnftn th 'vs. Speaking' Faragrapbically. J. Proc-iof Th'B Barrel Sal.t. Minor's Disinfectant Fluid. more colored .team got defattd..hero Come, bkiak Dtnbfcr, come. Knott, who paastd away at bta Will be Closed July 4. Lime. Chicken Feed Cracked O. Washington City dn 1800 .had ;pop- - by the Haytl crowd. Bcoro 14 .to 4 c at Lcibanoa last Sunday, bosno Tin following tr laorchants have' SOME BATTIXQ BV COBB had tlatlon, of 1826. Owensboro's Beet.vPatent Corn, 3. one who fnm our Wheat, Atlas Gblcajo, June aO.Tyrus Cob, af aaroed to close fthir btonus.aU'day of fame bwue .gained world-wid- e Take time for thinking, never ,worl Flour, "Clifton," Chick Food. Atlas Hen Feed, tho ixiroit Aimerloan Ixegua oJub,te July the 4ti, oa aceounof "National' Bpedch ddlvtivd in tho In haste. 0, edngJo Madison ville's Bejut P,ateDt tuo, pyier Grita, 3 sizes; Tho pleasure of living is bwflng ttw'ftrst major of Reiprsjuatliro8 more than lloupe Barnard & Co. drive out on3 hundixd hits la the twenty years ago. Mr, Knott sprang health, ixjacw and camiunoo Flour, "Bob White." Co. Oarson Deen algbt, dark night, tho .time 1911 season His century htt. oame into promliiuioe bocwo of bin Irvingtou's 'Beet Patent Jones' Pure Animal-Matte- r Fair & Co, Sunday's eighth Inning of tad.dog In tho Dnlu'Ji aioli, wUk woa Jnfcen when screech owls av 4H2 RoeeoMaU. J. (tarns with Chicago in Dytralt -- Not Flour, "None Such." of bowl. Fertilizer, made d to prewot mi apyiDpriAiUan the Jonaflr Cq.'s Best 4bV a mlLon dollars for a dowa-Aa- t The ladder of teBWthrowh loagand sativfied with sftlntog this diantien Quarterly Meetiig A. S. of E Hartford oi ixmw- harbor at that jroint, whtn that higb, dourfurt pmwat many of us froui for tho day ho ralsod hto total vto 101 Notice is hereby given to all lo- Patent Flour, "Cream of Har- - viiie,;jvy; iewa was very Httlo morj than, a wantins to get on the lat round .first with anothir if one in. tho ninth. 'Batting is not tho, only d4yi4oa cal and county uuIobs of the Orvea H Is only gKjot wto has the habit rUlaee. Tfco speech 1 a cla?ete for 3 leadn. Oobb whoro His twenty River District A. S. of B. that the and irony. It mado a ulty a grv.tns. wwr regular Quarterly cieetiBg of th j&mcttmc nvade x douhkB, twenty triples and lbt When hooing In tho gardeajand 9t DuljHb and at tho most famous under the hot aun, pant or sigh for home runs make him the chief of tiw Oraan River DWtrlot Union A. S. ono ytr author af)pftAtjic jvorW"' nfoo hat he, some OBe'.aifr!1rw'.4friaA1iiVo a Biuegerebis thlrnr steals putaSJi at of B. will xrveBe, In tb City, of woaTBay tk'a ladaHioiiglilhe.hstealMiaMdOwwsboro oaT hursday July 6th, at of bis State and cocktail, you can 9oA runs latK- - we o'clock a. m. and. oatlnue tl)l his reord of fifty-aln- o held mty Impertant position, I can't 0-1 P-- "No friend of the people was wor unjustly denounced as a night-ride- r withor a friend to the night-rider- s, people eloctfng him to the out the offloe which he ran. The Democratic party should bear this In mind as to Ed. C. O'Kear this fall." .Todd County Times. da-fe- er Mr. E. T. Franks, who thinks he Is running for tho Republican, nomination for Governor, hos now gotten down his to the "affldaMt" stage of campaign. When Judge ORar spoke at Princeton some wvaks ago, among several hundreds' who called upon him at his hotel after tho speech had (lxfcn delivered, was Dr. Amoss, mho has but been charged with night-ridinwho was recently acquitted hy a Jury Judga Of courso nt HogklnsyJU, G'Rear did not know Dr. Amoss afW call did not know of his Intended treat ftrld treated. hli'u just us lie had ed othsr callers In that kind, geatM, Is mnTiW mv ifnr .wh'rh the Judce noted. Now Mr. Franks has socureu from a saloon-keepan affidavit and from a liveryman of Princeton to Judge prove that Amoss calkd on Judg? O'Rear had already 0Rear. mentioned thy fact In a speech delivered at Richmond on last Friday, so that tho grvat sensation which Mr. Franks expected to create was given largely discounted, and when out at lorgantown fell flat and tho which it produced was to only eff-o-t cotP.ompt bring about still further who for a candidate for Governor would stoip to such unheard of political trdekory to discredit on opponent who towers above him, in every respect, mounta'n nigh. Mr. Franks? tactics would be unwoiithy of a ward politician in the moot corrupt city In our jcouatry. In th-Judge O'Rear is pursuing the oven equal tenor of Ills way, preaching w rights and fair play to all of our hither they belong to tho jwor- eet and most humble class of our far ming element, or to the. rich and g, er peo-ule.- P OTTO C. MARTIN, Attorney-at-La- pair of Pants to complete a Suit. This Store is after your business and the Pants you need we have. We have been selling to this trade for more than twenty years the famous CROWN BRAND TROUSERS -J. KEY FOSTER, Junior Editor The Republican, SSSffsrss8?'-"u- m And we know what they are atfd we know that they will please any man who wants good pants at a reasonable cost. five games has his opponents beateu following by a wide margin. The shows Cobb's work to far this table season. Games. 55: at bat, 22S; runs, 59; BASE BALL NEWS. PRICED, AT $2.00, $2.u0, $3.00, $3.50, 4.00 5.00 and 6.00. The new Tan and Gray Fancies full peg tops, 3 inch hems. Every new feature that the style originators deem to be correct is found in the make up of Crown-Trouser- s. J ,mn Wr,r.fnr,l 8; 20; ton , runs three-bas- e hit Hartford and No Creek ! s 3: aorlflco hlts' 5 thrf-tan.bv one of ., ,mi s, v rv,t. tal base3, 151. Average, 443. w VlUn LL3 Vi. .w iuv .,D Xh ir ?rs for botth towns wra at Dividend No. 2. b.st. The home team won out to the As per order, Ohio Circuit Court, v.1 Itd .i u. aj n t tot "Ratlir- -' 190 hits, 101! tWO-DS- llltS, 20; day .between . .! wt by Innings: r;;; .- -.rs,' r in .. Hartford, ft P-ly -- ,',; Ky., . vm nn 10 12 & r -- : -- on July 1, s: nil riirinart(f nn and filed l"00 T years a variety at a 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50. s wealth-producin- E. P. Barnes & Bros. BEAVER DAM, KY. ',.... nlghit--rider- g, k Cu-ei- er FOR -- m size' jIica .Crtal hy -- y g, 4rt '- - , ... dth or ee o jiio," ad Mli wur ueapay, bj -- A .r otto 3a lCovmor w'l Th W.E.ELLIS. Product Man, HARTFORD, KY; " v . Millinery! i . HaJf Price 4 I & jfBTf , ' J Believing as wo do that it is not good business to carry over Milliner , we will put on sale Friday and Saturday our remaining stock at exactly -- : ONE HALF PRICE Every Hat marked in plain figures Come look them over divide the marked price by two you will have what the Hat costs yon. Plenty of new midsummer styles that will please you and at a price that will certainly interest you. Don't fail to see them, and bear in mind thatjt pays to trade with a house that saves you money. JrQd. FRIDAY, JUNE 2a. Mr. L. F. Woernerls visiting friends and relatives In Louisville this week. After vlsltng then he will visit In Indiana. t .- - Hartford Republican. lIllnolBCentralRallroad Time Table. At Beaver Dam 3 No. 133 due :05 am. NQ.lJJduelS.ISp. m. Ho. 102 due 3:48 p.m. Ky. The Cheapest Place of Earth to bay all kinds of Seeds. The OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY Cp. Hartford, Ky. 29tf !. Hortb Bourn!. Vacation timo Is at hand. Why not k have The RijpublJoan sent to you hontb Bound. your new address, and get all thj No.121daell.55 a.m. at No.101dne3 4ffp.in. home news? ' .II i Murphrey'B Second Summer Reme Guaran- "The Baby's Friend." Carbon typewriter paper lor sale at d For sale at Ohio County Drug 34tf. Tho Republican offke. Co. ( Incorporated. 1 No. 181 due 8 M p. m dy, Mr. J. F. Vlokus, fcnuorly in the tobacco bu.din.es In Hoctfurd buit now town Uving at Owjnsboro, was in Mrs. Will Iglahtnrt and Mrs. Aire Tti sday and AVednn-'-a- y . Curtis, of Centertown, were in town v W'&on jou want an Ice CPsam So'Monday. da don't witt, but comw In and seo Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bunion were us. Obdo County Drug Co. (Incorportho guests Sunday of Mrs. R. P. Toll, ated.) Judge W. H. Barnes Is Springs for a few das. at Dawson t. ' Sundae got one County Drug Co., If you haven't tried a to-da- y, chocolate-N- Mr A. R. PlumnKr, manages1 of tho CenUtiown Mercantile Co. has bm;n at Ohio ar.tor.duns circuit ccujt this woA.oad 40tf . paid us a call, ut Tu.-eday- ify Mrs. S. E. Duke, who was taken to end AKes Mauds Thiwiiifcon return wtok, la bofUsr quite 111 homo at Hopklnsvlllo Tuesday ablo to bo about. 'attc.T a visit bore wlOi Mr. and Mrs. or 0oe Shoes use "Chic" W. M. Fair and other friends. For Suede Dressing at Ohio County Drug Co. Mr. Heber Maufchuwe, of the Hartr (Incorporated.) ford Herald, is attodnlag the annuPr nr- - r. w. Howell, of Water Valley. al meMng of the Kentucky Mlas.', was visiting friends Jn 'this Association at Corultan Springs this wwk city Sunday and Monday. ' I of Bunny- Mrs. Sara E. Wysons, folk use Fisall for Floors and ' Furniture "to bo hod at Ohio County dale, as to Hartford Monday and U 4UU J UUI.iBl.1. . wu Dr ug Co.j I, ostuto of her husband, too late James Mrs. E. M. Woodward, who has vjoag. plsasatnt relative at Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Lawls, former Ridge, has pelurrcd home. ly of CenfrMown, out now of Har "Mr. A. B. Miller, of Sucaydale, and dtoirfburg, oro In the oity (this wek ' a uvmjuuui Mr. A. C. Aeton. ef Oiation, wero wuaie wr. 'wowcu oult count oiikffs at thte office Monday. lt lr -- m. i".M been-visiti- T clu.w.1 f' quest for wtpiewt. j.. -j ft"-- ? F. Htoswmau and at nnlyvllln iV,r T Z ' xV " 'TTTr' Itbft etf4aof.vjt3Uvt fhora Mon' Jvt.k , ju t. ir w, tvua 47U ti tday &nd Airs. 2!nuuo.imvn and eon and CaK. Both In pjiurood Tuesday, FOR 8AJiB-O- ow goo ootodWos. l L. ,M.,,8TEVPNe. Lucy T. Wedding errlvid Mon. .Hartford; Ky., Route 47M duy at ie Oonaiwoial HoM from paper in all ea4,vtYio Iwr honw In; the Wt, bo.Pwl her ,Typwrir writer rlbboM ad carbon icqer for ' tuimi)Mr vacajtlou with Trends end sale aU tho tlwe at The Republlaui reUtlvw In and nVar Hartford. 41W. ,11 ve yonr old straw bats made ofttee. of iUw Baw at the Hartfond Pressing Club MT. J. D. 'Read, proiuletor Nw York Storiwturnl WvteMsday, Law.an.WjetctethesjBleo. .Wor to MIopWos- - grttananteed, oolled , tor and dsllYfrow ' erau. m i, n, u .a. Duuuing nu. Ytlla uw.tuVwi . . . . ti vnv oa . . u othr . i ro- - Dr. and i HMIa ins. lm. .J). 'rVnu-k- T r. llnJtr4i Mr. Ca.'lllS Stvllllll(TI! B iltna nnill'nn ' . w (kiivi-v.C liar's gromry during tin. abseuco of Mr. Sidney Wllams. who C. M. Barnetl UttfSatUl'dV nlc-h- i fur nrnjjvllla.T,nn v. H u. ., a .t.. Airs. Joslo Duke Is heie from Dun-de- o rotw prent at the marriage of his ., at the bedside of her fath-r- tho brotlwr, Mr. D. . Williams to ,Mi3 Rev. G. J. Bean. folAnd Sadio Thomas, f Soddy, nu. MUs Eloncr P.-ttwill return home SCHROETER'S FLOATING you low. tomorrow from a visit with relatives at the Hartford Warf. Now at Barr.tt's Ferry. in White Mounlstho time to have tiose photos made Dr. N. BarnsLt and daughter, of Wguaranteo in CanervJHe, Ky.,.ara, visiting relatives prompt delivery. Come down and In Hartford and vicinity. Wyoming, lor swelterof glve'up a call. 47U children, Mrs. E. W. Ford and THE SCHROETEnS.. ing in be glad you V Arr-ibNancy and Edward aro visitW? Ind'eJ aiipreilato th iavita- cool, stylof ing relatives at Fordavllle. tlon-cMr and Mrs.Ike Cooper to eat Oapt, and Mrs. G. W. Foagan and at .r table at the basket dlnnpr ish and son, Master Itawreno, iropklnsvllle, atT.Oreen River Church next Sunday, Nobody oelobrat.Eg the 7&Ji anniversary of are In the city for n few days. Miss Maude Barrett, cf Llvermore, tha 'church. Mr. Cooper alio steads be mas tha guest ot her s.ter, Mrs. R. ant lnvlta'Ion to all of tho Hartford is all ppplo to eat with him. L. Duke, a few das last weak. Capt. W. E. next-to-nothinof Fort Law- Attorney S. A. Anderson Uft Wedin nesday for Louisville, where ho will ton, near Seattle, Wash., Is sprnd- and lng a few days here. Ho was called spend the r taalnder of the week. home on account of the Illness of in We Mr. Clide Anibros?, of Henderson, his mother, Mrs. S. E. Duke, who Ky., who has been visiting r.latlveS Why Is much b tt.r. Capt. Bennett will near Beda, returned home Monday. n. Hartford until Sunday, when b you? We Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Pendleton en- he will leave for county Davles3 tertained fevtial of the yuong peo- where he will visit relatives a day we ple at thtir heme Tuesday een!ng. or so befee returning to his comMr. McDowell Fair and little daugh mand. ter, Billle, will arrive today from you we will Quick climatic changes try strong Sodtfy, Tenn., to Islt ro'atlvtB here., constitutions and cause, among other Come Mrs. J. W. Brunr gave her Sunday evils, nasal catanh, a troublesome School class a picnic Tuesday. The and offensive disoavse SneIng and in day wias spent pi asanily at Alexan- snuffling, coughing and difficult Hose, Thin der school house. breathlng,and the drip, drip of the Mr. G. G. Wedding, of Indianapo-H- s, foul discharge Into tihe throat all are Ind., wiill arrhe in Hartford In ended by Ely's Cream Balm. This -a few days to visit his fa'dier, Judse honest, r ni'dy con'olns no cocaine, mercury, nor iharmful ingredient. Tho R. R. Wedding. Prof. H. E. Brown and Mr. R. W. worst cases yield to treatment In a or TJnsley are at Sulphur Springs this short time. All druggists, 50c, GG Warxvn the mailed by Ely Bros., week doing scone surveying for StPDet Now York. FUzhugh hlra MargarMtto Misses Lottl- -, and Mrs. J. wZB7uerandirtJe daughtheir ter, Vivian, aeesanpan'.ed R.jv. Bru-n- Mary Marks ertMtamed at to R cder Sunday aternoon,w hero honu on Union e'r3t Saturday opening for M!s- - s Dudley and Ellis. the later "preached. t were: Misses Arta'j Incorporated home Thoce pro-liMr. Connor Ford was calKil this week from Bawling Green, Ky., Dudley, of Wlnchesb r; Margery Ellis, Whitftmghlll, on account of tho death ot his aunt, of Louisville; Fannie Anna' El'za Keown, Early May Mrs. Mary Williams. ElKeown, Anna All-- u Prof. W. F. Anderson is at homo gin, Tina YIser, Ruth Riley and Gn.-eKy., where Manlam Holbrook. from Bowling Messrs. McDow he has been talcing a special course ell FogK, Alllran Barnett, Rajmer In tho Normal School. Tinsley, J. W. MarKs, J. Ney FosMrs. Carlisle Render and little ter, .McIIemy Holbrook, Otto C. Mar- treat was higlily enjojetl lies In the and Adams Express Co's verdict cT daughter, Caroline Brown, are visit- tin Harold Holbrcok, Trimble Pen- fact partook of the Jury, $150 for plaintiff. that fifty-thring Mrs. Render's father, Mr. Luther dleton, and Henry Griffin. Manager W. I. Igleluart vs. J, B. Tichencr hospitality of the popular Render, of Beaver Daniv hung Jury. MraSrary Williams robther ef and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ashby and Mrs. Frabk May, di.d Tuesday mornTho folowlng named gentleJEcs little daughter, Mildred Virginia, of ing at S o'clock at tho residence of wero emptinlfd as petit JuiorsJaz-wee- k Circuit Court Notes. Mcllonry, .were tho gusts of Mr. and her daughter Jn this city. Mrs Wilin li'm of the Jurors who. serTie Jury trials, oidlnary docket, Mrs. A. E. Pate last week. ved the first week, viz: liams had been In feeble health for have bten dlspos d of as follows: H. R. Bennett, J. E. Maddox. J. S. days Miss Annie B. Chjrry and Mr. J. stAoral months, until a few Gusfcavlns St Clair vs. M. dL & E. R. Bennett, Albert Qui&enberry, J. "VST. 1H. It. Co. were ago when she took seriously W. Oarmlnckle, of Rockport, married yesterday afternoon in County Funeral services will be conducted by J. W. Classcoek vs. C. L. Smith, Loniy, E. K. Srn!h. B. E. Euialar-Gv-o. T. Shultz, Al"x Carson, E. C. Clenk Tinstey's office. Rev. J. W. Rev. Couch and her remains will be continued. in tho Bells Run InVrred Sunday Brunor officiated. J. W. Condor vs. J. W. Stlmson & C Rlroads, Porter llunley, A. V. Ran;-a- n, B. W. Acton, Warren TnIor, A-- A. MlS3 Marlam Holbrook accompanied burjlcg groundi Mrs. Williams was v.rdlct of Jury $50 tov pltlntlff. many Carter. J. H. Black, C. R. CUIci, seventy years old and for Thomas Bahd vs. M. H. & E. R. R. Miss Margery Ellis to her home at Frank Black, C. L. Elliot, 0. K. Louisville, Wednesday morning. Muss jears had boon a niMnlKr of the Bap- Co , continued. D. D. MuTphy vs. M. H. & E. H. Tinslty, John Chinu. a tist Church. JTho Interment has lKen Holbrook iwill vlelt In Louisville delayed as long as possible, In order R. Co., passeJ. few days btrforo returning home. Fifty monkejs mail) their escuper J. W. Thomas s,M. H. & E. R. fiom a cage in Chicago, but most ot and U.x two sons of tho deceased to arThe' rains of Friday, Sunday Monday will bo worth many ithousar.d rive. Mrs. Williams was a sl&L.r to R. Co, erdtct of Jury $200 for plain- thorn jvturn&J after a few hours , D. Ford. tiff. of dollars to the farmers of Ohio Mr. in thi stivots of the Wlniis J. S. Vermes vs. L. & N. R. R City, indenting that Uu-- had more county. Tliy will havo more tobacco Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook gave and all tKlr crops will inako larger a delightful boat ride Sunday after-neo- Co., verdict of Juiy, $48 for plain- sense than eoiue of tlie iKpl- - of thus, oamplimiintary to Mlas Annie tiff. burg. yields. C. L. Porter vs. J. M. Whltohouse, McHenry delightfully en Dudley, of Winchester, and Miss MarMrs. Jennie dismissed, settled. tertnlned Monday evening on fchalawn gery Ellis, of Louisville, who wero Hiram Babbitt s L. & N. R. R. their guests. Tiiey went atj far as for Miss Anno Dudley, of WinchesCo., vsrdlct of Jury $2,500 for plainter, and Miss Margery Ellis, of Louis- tho Kohler and Williams Camp, and ville, who wi.ro visiting Mr. and Mrs. on return trip stopp d at the Holbrook tiff. Thomas Cook mi. M. H. & E. R. was farm, where an elegant lunch Rowan Holbrook. Shjfwd. 'Tlrosre present were: MIssjs Co., verd'et of Jury for defendant. Two handsome presents, each A. F. Graham vs. M. H. & E. R. Dudl-y.o- f WlnclKisfor, Margery at Id will be given away abso- Annie W. R." Co., verdict cf Jury $890 for plain Xlrs. E. lutely free by the Ohio County Drug Kills, of Winchester; Doatrlou Haynus, $Uf. Cooper, Nacihvllle; Co. Rrif fin's old stand. For every Bardwdl & Barnard s. American Wlllye goods bought you Alice Keown, Mary Marks,, dollar's worth of Hettlc Smith, Anna Eliza Iftown, 40tf. got a chance. Riley, Early May Megan andMariani Mira Mamie Martin and (Mr. Crowe Meeare. Ttoe Burns, AlHolbrook. ill., lison BarncW, E. G. Barraas, W. T Pate 'Were married at Benton, on June 7th. Mr. Pat is a brother PensdWiton, Harold J. Ney Footer, Near Sunnydale, ' ot Mr. A. E. Pate, and is woll knotyn Holbrook, Lewis Riley, Mcllonry HolHo formerly lesoded ai Bea- brook, Raymer Tinsley, J. W. Marks, here. About 25 acres of his ver Dam, hut Is now making John P. Taylor, Henry Grlffln.Clar-onc- o 1H, home at B.aton, Barnard. land and 105 acres bottom Mlas Effle Fester, of Spalngfleld, ""MrTGiiy Stateler, Assistant General Ky.,flni&hvd her mllllnory iasoo with $5.00 land. Good wells. 10 tho Center-towMeirantllo Co, to&t Manoir of the Taylor and W.lUims 1 bbl. Patent Flour Coal Companies, and wife onterlalned 48 lbs. 1.30 in woods, week and tat for her home. Miss Patent Flour remainder companFastittr made many friends wh.Uo at the employees of tho aboe 70 ies vndthdr frionda to an old fash- 21 lb?. Patent Flour Contentawn, and all hope to eee her farm in good cultivatSwr ioned Vfoitic at High VTjw, Sunday 50 lb. Can Pure Lard... 5.50 again next Boagan. and 4tfa. Tho woatfcer wa fi the Mteer Mariwj:" PHie, of Louisville, tho viands 'equally so and everything 10 lb. Pail Pure Lard... 1.25 Two Dwellings, Two WJio b bea Hie Ifuos of Mr. and ooanxd to conspire to make the 5 lb. Pail Pure Lard... .65 Four Cribs. Hall's Mrs. Rowan Holbrook, left Wednesday a pleasant one, Tina delloaohe, 3 gals. White- - Flake day for b.r kome. MJss Anno Dud- which in euoh number and quality .. alao are seldom seen on .75 runs through ley, of WtooJjeiw, who 'is Syrup., an occasion as vlakicg Mr. and Mrs. Holbrook, will by all. 2 gals. Santee Syrup 70 farm. this, were hoartlly onoycd Price romoin for a few days. No dmo kubov br ox.pviee was spared 2 Cans Best Table Brown, A. E. Bi- by tiie hoirt and hoetu to maWth.L. Profeeeora H. E. $fW For other information Peaches ..,..'. lls, C. B. Shawn, W, R. Corsan, Supt. day Ideal la ovory ivspcot. Tho treat MW Ausr Eiiia was wpxlally appros.'aiul Hftry Loh asd' In that 2 Cans Good Table ply to Keawe will attend Xlua meuoing of the vary'earo was takwi from tho mintls 25 Peaches Kentucky BduolViel Ascclawn of th'yuaats ka only dnjuuotion next given theaa i'as that they should en-J- 1 dbz. P,ie Peachea..., .85 that otmwiee at Owoasboro TueMkiy tor three days eeeeloa, 6b?melvo8 to tho utmost. It Is iher (to aay what they .did Mies' Mamie Rowo died at Monday Oouveiaaoos VerofupnfehbdJ ;ovry home TKr CeatMtowa , Sunnydale,-Ky- i morniRg about 9 o'clock ' ot cou- - one and the' bust evldenoo that the At Mrs. C. L. Taylor Is -- vIMtlng Cromwell this Wok. MIes Ann.o Coop.sr, ot Fordsvllhi Is tlio guest of relaUvs and friend's here. Mr. J. W. Marks, of Madlsonvllle, spent Saturday atd Sunday wRlThls ' parents here. Mrs. B. W. (Sopor, of Nashville, Is visiting hef parents, Col. and Mrs. Mtmpt'oa Ikr iv;nra!r wre in-- 1 trrrd in the CenUr'own c rodtery t 10 o'clock ,vsterday morning af- -t funeral s rvlces conducted by ftgf H P Brown. The WMtlle OHnjq ll!tntthU nf Wil- soaXRcwe, who preoe.ded ame dwaj . IgjH y r ago. hr A HOI DAY! , atlfJ. .. .j w ... y STU-DlO- la still there's more to Whether are picking raspberries the tains or dreams the valley the f t-tt, v town, you'll bought one these fashionable "Featherweights." ought to without comfortable clothingit here everything the light weights and the price doesn't stand the way have fitted many. not await your coming with perfect confidence, as arc sure from our extensive gs assortment' satisfactorily. fit your coolers Trousers, Shirts, Underwear, Straw Hats, etc. Don't bring much money you won't need it. here for Suits, Coats, er Carson (8L Co. HARTFORD, KY. 56e Clothiers. ee n, val-UE- Special Farm For SaJe Barns Cash Prices Ey Mil acres of cm center ot reasonable. a$ ad oy Mrs. Sara:E:WysoBg; hardly-Duorseej- Hartford Grocery Co. "" seta In early, DAY OF MAD .DOG SCARE bat h Later, as Ui9 paralysis gradually extend, barking and swallowing beattempts Says Louisville Preacher come impossible, although .Several Kinds ..of Hydro- may be made .to swallow. At this stose tlio muselos of tho Jaw bcome phobia. Ml so Derived jwrolyatd, causing tlio lower J.wv to Declares Revenue r.J tho tonguo to hang out, " drv Would Aid in Ptiblic .How it .Should be Recognized, wlrioh nukes it collect dirt and dry and barker In color. Improvements. and Suggestions How to . Tlio paralysis conunucs to dxvmiu, bocomo involved, and the hind Wipe It Out. Louisville, ICy.. Jun 20."ChurcheS tlio dttinb form cf the d'isoase results. tho'.r Finally, death foltawB in from four should bo taxl rtgrdles of Washington, Juno 17. Now Is tho to etaht days after the development denomination, and those, that have "mod escaped should be sued lntho cours season of the year wlwn. tho of the first symptoms.. more for tho arrears." So declared Dr. E. PIC-NI- C its greatoct vogue log" scare lias The dumb form uf rabies Is Ah.' First Chrls-- f The "dog days' of summer aro almost rare. It Is characterized by early L. Toell, pastor s rmon at band, and In most of tho cities of paralysis without any of the symp- inn r.lmrch. last nlzht In' ataxjng of are toms of irritability 6r frensy. brought about by tho recent' country the tho powll Dr. plying a busy trade. Practically all animals may con the church property. s. lecrecognition of these facts tract tho disease. Dr. Mohler Btaitos took exception, however, tov the It is in always tion of bis church, whenall the oth that tho department of agriculture that It Is transmitted nearly exempt. , ias Just issued a comprehensive lit- by Wtcs, although exiKrinKiits have ers remain against this church being "1 protest pamphlet on rabies, or hydropho- proved that the milk of Infected anitle the lonesome exam out bia. The disease Is one of tho most mals contain the deadly virus, and singled unjust as taxation. . in ether to man and bast known to their tlosli is infected. A cow, far in ple of terrible to being the only from the dis- words, wo obj-unedlcal sclenc. It was known in stance, which Buff-.r- s believe ot Aristotle and drtaded Ilk ease may give Infected milk. (How- - church in tho city taxed. I th edays yet, em- - experiments prove that unless that all churchts should be taxed And plague. the devastating that the malady thwro are sores or abrasions iti the and not only should a tax. be imposed scientists ara-jr- t pic-ni- c may but thoso whp have escaped should could bo wiped off the earth if evry moith on stomach where rha virus made courts and 3 dog were to he muzzlod for a suffi- Tak Collector Wllla Vlley, the name be brought in the cient time. Several European govern- get Into the blood, persons drinking to pay the back taxes. knowledge runs', I "Just as far as my ments have stamped It out with a infected miHt imay escape It would however, r am not aware of anything that Justl bo exoojdlngly dacg-.rouborders by just such means. their taxation. flew dlsaas.6, the department of as the slightest cut or Borenessdnthe r&a tha ohnrchr escanlnir Thera Is nothing to uphold tills. If n agriculture's pamphlet says, are eo motrth or pharynx would be fatal. consld-orablchurch wishes to hold itseclf-respelPPto Dr. Mahler dorotus dreaded, and yet very tow exactly Mhat the malady le. i attention to a case of unjuek suspic- It should pay. taxes. We must pay f know 1S3 'not taxes? Is 6tlll a widely prevalent belief that ion against doge. In the' summer lteht. heat and fuel. Why from exemption pay if persona or animals are bitten by u scares, and many lnnooent dogs tim- Why should we ask taxes? Some churches are" poor and dog they are liable to become rabid the penalty of complaints from cases 'the build-ing- s who In il the dog should contract the disease orous or Ignorant persons byaptetol need help.small these tho taxvs uould no and are There that they are mad," at any future time-- lmpri33loa.Is All she. Frequently the mad dog scaw be light foundation for tills "There are many things that should experience, both scientific and prac- lnduo autosuggestion in Individuals. rabies .Is One caw citod in the phampblet, was be done and cannot bo done in this tfiafl tical goes to tJiow of transmitted only by animals that nro that a young man who iddnly imag-Ine- city that would bo possible If all wa slight bite dnfected him tlie valuable church property hero time the bite that a actually diseased nt the The with rabies. Tihe dog was Qit once assessed and taxes imposed. Is Inflicted. Society is always The man .be that the court defer the trial of his of Bowling Green. They oreMr.iand The result of years of Investigation held under observation. suffering from and WHAT WOULD YOU of benefit to the community case, in order that he might instruct Mrs. F. C. Scholenthlaer and they embodied came very hysterical, regarding hydrophobia are city cannot or win his young sons in business, so that aro charged with running a blind Mohler's bulletin for the de- nervous paroxysms, and biting and noods funds. The In Dr. ctotkes. Na'-bln-g not give us more money for books at MISTER? they could provide for their mother tiger in their handsome home . despite Uie tearing th bsd DO, partment. He says that any irelluf until the library. Education Is a vital asand sisters. Blandford has had rather The authorities havo believed for fact that tho disease was recognized seemed to give him chHrches. They can help that tho dog an easy birth in the penitentiary, as. some time that the law was being: and described sjvoral centuries prior physicians assured him and well and set to tho advance in that dlreatidu. If they paid A Bachelors Experience With a hg was In charge of the library and violated by people in fashionable cirto the Christian era, even" now no who bit him was alive sliiest symptoms of the tax&. a part of the records there, and it cles and they put detectives on. ih6 eclentlst has been nble to isolate the had not the "Now. regarding the taxing of our is stated that he. has. made a model case. After several nights of carePair of Soft Arms and a germ or organism that is di- rabies. Then he recovered almost at specific church, it is a question of whether we prisoner aiid that his conduct since ful watching they found unmistakaApparently con once. rectly the cause. Perfumed Head. be" has been confined in the instituIf it were not tor the srtat success should pay the money, it It Is ngnt ble evidence that a bllnd tiger iwae In tagious can only bo propagakd in the treatment, thousands for us to way. tho only course Js to of the Pasteur er tion has been exemplary . operation at the homo of F. 0. body of an animal. people in tho United Slates would pay. If it is unjust ana not ngnx, mo Tho car on the scenic railway at in the fashionable part ot Specially, rabies Is an Infectious of from hydro- only thing then Is to don 'our fighting Electric Park was just about to start The most common cause of insom- Bowling Green. , Warrants, iwere, Issued Inevitably die leach disease Involving the nervous sjstera phobia, aionvover, the disease Is ap- clothes and take it to the courts. last n!ght A middle-agebachelor nia is disorders of the stomach, and in spite of the domonstpa)! and characterized by extreme oxoi- Stomach and Liver parently on tlie inernasc. Fight all summer If necessary. How accompanied by other friends, was Chamberlaln'B of Sbholsntthlaer and his wife. tablllty and other dlsordors.pracUcal . the Tablets correct these disorders and en In order to secure state andmunlc- - much .was paid for taxes lor tne 1'aui seated in the third Beat from . . Vi.. t ltli 4f " ways Va of Tonps lmlldlnci when a able you to sleop. For sale by all linl legislation , for the control oE front. Dlrectily behind him sat u... ...u cneoiieu. diw iwue m m construction? Ask. ate--aJ- i ln cornel v'voun ir woman beside another druggists. bitten animal or person contracts I tho lwrt of all tha interest of fair playMUv 'should young woman equally good looking. diseass varies greatly generally from men or protest." Sensation at Bowling Green. iirofesslonarl For Infants and Children. whothor jj a Tho train started. In less man throe weeks to three months. It l lajmen, to prove to the public tlio about Tha sjrmqn was brought Bowling Green, Ky., June 22. T3ie Tfi! Kind You Have Always BMfkt Tn this respite that enables human be- need, value, and benefits of each a when tho First Christian church was minute there came a long aIPi sprung bachelor sensation of tho year was young woman behind the ward off tho attack by the ings to contending legislation taxod, the city assessor suah wooodure. WJth Bears tho same fevor that Wednesday morning when the auscreamed with the Pasteur system. property cha want A hnil two Signature of ften .1 mouse. T33 thorities placed under arrest are two varlotles properly enforced no dog would ba that the church also owned' In animate, thor 3c?i runtflng at larso without a niuz- - at Fourth and Walnut streets. The bachelor dnstlnotively atarted to turn residents of tho fashionable district of hydrophobia tho furious, violent ile. Those contracting the disease tKustoes tho church also, owned or Irritable, and the dumb or paralyt- would bo unable to twnsfer tho virus property of Fourth .they wished .taxed. around, fearing there hod been an at In accjdant. But h didn't turn. ic A dog which develops this form to other animals. They . ejected to pay on the property stead he found his iwck entwined by indication o of the malady gives first Monotary ass, untold suffering, and situated Fourth and Bieckonruige two soft, sleeveless arms, while a his affection by a noticeable change doath among both human Kiings and streets. at delicately perfumed head of brown in disposition. animals caused by the disease would hair ro3ted on his right shoulder. An affectionate dog may become rapidly decrease, and in a relatively Spice Cake. ,snapHe was a different bachelor. He .morose and depressed, while a shont period rabies would bo eradicat flrv , nn of hrnwn ftncnr. , one desser didn't exactly know what to do. To .. treacherous animal may become r ping, calls your attention to a comparative statement Is ed from our country. Alter reaching spoon of. butt"2r two scant cups of disengage the arms and to push the This cowardly or affectionate. this desired goal the reapiKwnanco flour, cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg,-(on- e brown fa.ad away would have boon lmown as the stage of development, of his bank as of March 7, 1911, made to the of the disaasj could be rapidly preeach), one teaspoon soda brutal, for then he would have ben and in one or two days is followed vented by a elx month's quarantine teas-woIn one cup buttermdlk or sour milk. n si Dosltlon of scorning a fair on by an irrosls'.oble tendon ey to room. comptroller of tfeo currency, and of same date of all dogs Imported into the Unitl An egg may be ussd or not flavor. in distress. There vsut only one thing prevented tho dog will fight or bite It States from countries where to do. and h did it. He allowed I at tho restraint or at anything that Is prevalent. 1910, which shows an increase of more than Lightning Kills Few. - arms and head (to remain whose- they with his fxeodom. Thit interfeixfl 1900 lightning killed only 169 In wore. Tha cud of tha ride came and roving may occur for one to three people In this whole country. - One's arms with it the unlocking of aott during which he trawls aimchance of death by lightning, .are and raising of perfumed head. lessly in a uvrvou3 and irritable conThe less than two In a million, "Thank ou,' she said, as ano trip dition. Ills Instinctive m tlwxl of dechances of doath by lightning' are ped out of the iiavllMon. Sba was defense ore marly always blghly " .The less than two In a million. March 7, 1910. March 7, 1911. neither embarrassed nor fiorward. veloped or exaggerated, but ho seldom chances of death from llverkldtroy RESOURCES. RESOURCES. anthing you "What woe the first wlUfulIy attacks iansoc3 or cthur or stomach trouble Is vastly greater, thought of when she gave you the Loans and Discounts.... $ 761,763.71 Loans and Discounts .. 837,937.34 provocatien. When he imals without The piercing pnlns of Neuralgia, but not If Electric Bitters be used, strangle G10.3!) 703.9 arr Overdrafts tho Overdraft hold?" asked one of TVturne if nrf dftroyed In .theinean-wbil- e which often follows n bad cold or AVeet' BurlingU. 8. Bonds and Pre-U. S. Bonds and PreoxhauaM, La Grippe, are frequently almost un- as Robert Madaon, of friends. bachelor's ho shows from his proved. Four doctored gavo miums .... ,... "....' 181,146.53 mkwns "My wateh and scarf pin," he andirty, 6heeplh, or depressed apiwar--enc- e bearable and 'few medicines afford ton, la., up after eight months of suf- swered him Banking House, FurniHaving "1 protected both.' Kanaas Banking House, Furni- videnoos of wandorln. any relief to' tho sufferer. fering vltmlont liver trouble and City ture and Fixtures .... 22,000.00 two and Fixtures ..' .20,000.00 Star . raturncd honK, ho frequently seoks 'I am a rural mail carrier and yellow from ly Jaundlo. Ho was then 169,850.08 Cash I Cash un$80,465.90 . cludd places such as nro found have been a user of tho Dr. Miles your When you have rheumatism In by Electric BAttora. cured Due from Duo from medicines for yean. vf..i der the house or porch. ' They're the best stomach, llwer nerve foot or instep apply Cbamberlaln'e Lin ' Banks Banhs he Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n During this period ot roving , H Pills and kidney remedy and blood purjfler iment and you will get quick relief. and U. and U. J exhibits a deposition to eat or chew can't be beaten. They are the drug- It costs but a quarter, Wxhy Buffer? on earth. Only 56c at all 87,183.03 S. Tnoas. 157,033.11 S. Troaa. 97,684.43 178,180.33 indigestible objeots, as rags, leather, only thing I have found that will " m m For sale by alt druggists. sticks, and even pieces of coal, which relieve my neuralgia and I have tried gists. ?1,115.083.71 ' $1,268,762.60 re often swallowed. The secretion most everything, besides medicine . Convicted Banker Seeking Parole How to Treat Them. ,. LIABILITIES. in some cases apieai tx be from the doctor. I am willing to I LIABILITIES of eallva Jo Jj. Blanford, who will have Capital Stock . You must treat .the public as.you $ 350.000.00 Capital Stack .. ..-exoeeslYO, owing to the Nubility to tell anyone what the Anti-Fai- n $ 2BO,O0.09 treat women ou must tell ?tem senved a yytrr n a Benitenco ot two Burpww jjimu , 2,600.00 Surplus Fund wawaHows, and it somotlmos bocxmx Pills'did for me." 6WtO Kddyvillo Unddvlded Prof its .. .. they and a half yean? in Mw noVJrine but what you know 7,91623 Undivided Profits .. .. Jratby from tho champing of th-- Jaws ie,64.68 Hildhrbrandt, Charlbs on July 6, lor rabez-lln- g Circulation' penitentiary, 180,000.00 Circulation However, fuamin at tiio mouth Is Wood vUh Ohio would like to hear. Oocthe. Box 205 23O.0W.00 about.WB.Oa.Xroov'tho bank of DWI 676,167.61 Deposits jiot a consUuit symptom of rabls,as 770,607.8a If youL like Mr. Hildorbrandt, matoo uitllcatloii OvO West Loutovllle, will la ooouiionly believed by tlio layman; "have tried mott everything" in tlon for parole before the July meet$1,115,683.74 and fuiheruiore, it is frequently do as he did, fight ?1,36S,702.BO vain, why not ing of tho board of prison commie-sloner- s. Mil. MERCHANT. owing to the fact that it toesy your 'acnes and pains with 'Dr. TpTlf of al bank failures are caused by employes Olaiidford for a number of In obsvrvod In other Ulsonaes. Tle 'Miles', AntNPaln Pills. Let the ' CaPta, N0N t0 " ysara was oashleroftlw bank at Went July 1st wIM coon bo her. ennoucous opinion' tha WogB euf toning pills bear the brunt of 'the battle. Lousvllrle, but left that place very You will watit t collect yotir vlOx this diseate ore afraid f w&ter No matter how stubborn the consuddenly, which caused on Investigaoutstanding accounts. HvS JU ,ako miskadlug, slne such dogs test, they will come ouj victorious. tion that showed the cashier to ba you got tho necessary stoMbB-crbeen known to 6im utreams. in , Dr. MUm Aati-Pa- ki Pills , nkort in his aceownU In a uma that can borrow one cent out of that bank. .letter heads, bill fbcAr roamings. On the othr hand, Make the United on their record, which is a approximated $M,G0. Lfttw Bland-for- d your banking home. It will loan you money or pay State National envelopes, tbey apoar to be afraid of nothing, stand list of interest or mt leng curt. extending back a Jjook up your stock and 0 uctural to Owesflboro aad sur ie evidenced by attacWag all generation. offka)s. was Ho DIRECTORS. rendered to tiie your orders to The Najfrni of size. rgordl Druoflliu vrywfcr Mil thm. If tkn trkd awl wsa sdv.ti a sentBey. Jteimbllean Job Printing fall to bentft, ywir drug tho of flrtt pok voice A change In T gttt will rttum your mmiy. of two and a half yara in ttie in1-tntliiKMRi vyilk, VK ARWABUS ftWK. .the animals is wcullap to this affec MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhrt, ln& BoforethetrJolof the M.frV"' Moo, and to duo to Uio beginning JL yd a statweftt, , asking BliUKkford 0 0 'D 0 p e e 0 0 0 0 00rt--J of the tiiroat, wbjcti ueuolly -- r lntfwftd of the normal ICHURCH the Rftooted dog mak a long, drown-ou- t hark nivi , -tiwtiu.", ti.siiiU.trcm whM has boon likened to the yelp a eote. PROPERTY TAXED SHOOT a The Picnic Season BILLS than ever before. T r, n f np-pe- ar M ks Is rapidly approaching. The Republican is better prepared this season to get out attractive Call and see us, we have facilities for turning out any kind of printing, neatly and quickly. R m fc: 1 u ft Best Work. Lowest Prices. ct An advertisement in The Republican of your will pay you. s, ot The Hartford Republican, TBLBPHONS HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. be-llo- ve n ' I ed is h Sohol-enthla- jar d """ 4.1 1 ..:.., - ,.l rb 'ZTZ , CASTOR A & UNCLE SAM n - da, "The Only Thing That Will Relieve Neuralgia." $150,000.00 In One Year ' J obiu-plete- 1 '""i '! ,,.!. ij 1 oeepooooo6 1 99 Pfir " iv y, United States National Bank hd,-dtatementjs- j e? (vul-jnff- lf. ca, ,.,......, . 0"WEHra30"EtO, ..v.wbu, rv If . - ar mwyMwiwii LANGUAGE IN WRITING ADVERTISEMENTS Jiear soma oaa aay, "Mow miith preitier Mr. Worry' Is looking-" tho woman whosa baaiwjjttio mark of hatrld and grumktnda-qa- wlll'soon "'iff " j' fpn1 ! M m Kr fa Bjii LET US PRINT YOUR j "CARDS V Dr. Gunnison Says in Writing Is Chief Essential. Dr. Almon Qunnlson, president of Lawronco unlToralty, r.econtly talk cd to th- - class iu advertising nt tho Bedford Y. M. C. A. of Brooklyn, his subject being "Tho Use of Language In Advertising." TJie doctor frequently depart! fro ft and the sorloua aide of his topic cllnchod his points with apt stories. Indeed he 9ald he beltewd that the advortlslng writer who could inject a bit of fun Into his work would bo ai 'desirable asj-j- t to a business house. The chief essentials, however, tho doctor insisted, were brevity and the' words, use of good old Anglo-Saxterse, strong, racy, Instinct of the soil "the "and, of course," he added, groat thing in everything la clear ness. Tho man 4a tha wisest and the most skilled who can use tho fewest clearest language and the words to bring out tha .meaning. In writing telegrams and advertisements there should ba no ambiguity they should bo as clear as crystal. "In the last few years the spoken word was given way to tho written word. Tb3 pn la not only mightier than the aword, but tho pen today is mightier than the voice. The writing of advertisements r?qulrs tlw highest skill in the use of the English language. Tho great art of writing is condensation. Tha great artist Is the man that with a few strokes of the pen can make a picture. I think I am correct In saying that the writing of advertisements requires the highest skill in the use of the English language, because you have got you have got all day any fool can do to tell the story in a few words. It it. But when you have got to do It with a flourish that Is a very difficult thing." SU on NOTE HEADS POST CARDS BLOTTERS . PROGRAMS - envelopes: "BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS STATEMENT- HEADS- bles fill her mind with thoughts of towards those nnd her heart with the desire for sarvlcj.and soon frlnds will be saying, "Do you, notice how much prettier 'Mrs. Soltlstafleis' ha3 grown?" If 'the average woman worried loa ovon the thought that Ble ten't she deserves It Ufa, and sang a fawvnotr-- s of pratee over th fact thatfshe isn't getting any wor, a tremendous wave of happiness would awo.p-jovethe country, and evory honw,wuld fosl 'Hio uplift. It souqda odd to say us cold cream for for cK?nlIn..3, ekln nourtshor things wrinklos and a few other for blackheads and keep your mind filled with pure, healthy thoughts, If you want to be beautiful, but that is tt only a senslblo formula. Try South Dakota Farmer. hr gt-Ung.- f II llfflli' Win 1 - ALCOHOL 3 PE CEtfU. Kf fCTJBIWSst) 1r Infants apd Childremcr- Kind You Have'' wb,iito or iSTQDJj The Always Bought E!n El1m : isaasga c4bo?JiirS8arnmt jtbcSraaa. Bears the KsM' KjSjif BSflS KPOj? M&W RSla? K;f?ihf'Thfl. E,w' Promotes Digeslion JChtctUt ncssandRestiontalnsrtekte Orriunildrphlne norMnaaL Signature CVAij nf Mi , f Aft AAjl li 1 Vr II f - ChllaTon FOR b ry I if ' SHIPPING TAGS LABELS . 1 CIRCULARS BOOKLETS - .y - Call for Convention. At aregular mooting of the C ASTO Rl A Repub- FLETCHER'S jbistitid AMUSM- t- I 1 I I ' ' QtBlSfUi IfimSrtJ' f BreiJJjfi muynnmr. - STOCK FORMS CATALOGUES ORDER BLANKS MORTGAGE BLANKS DEED BLANKS Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable. Let, Us Submit Estimate on Your Next Work. All Work Guaranteed. 1 m. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Phono No. SZ Work Brought Exhaustion. "For three years' writes Mrs. C. J. Rents, "I suffered with Adel, Ga. J female troubles. When I would He I down, I could hardly breathe. could not do any work without being exhausted. I took Oardul according to directions, and how I can do all my work, and do not suffer at all." Cardul has brought hoalth, and hap piness to thousands of weak women. K acts oa tho cauao of Women's backaches, hoadaclwe, nervousness, idrag-gln- g Hancock rinding new supporters In sensations, weakness and misRURAL SCHOOLS ON county as times passes. Hla rleudaan ery. It cures. Try It relieves. aotlvo and confident, and says they C-it BUSINESS BASIS expect to send a solid OiRear delegation to Hie State convention. I. 0. 0. F. Reunion and It Is claimed that some of those Republican Convention candidacy of K T. Franks Ruling of Superintendent Regen- Louisville, Ky., July 11, 1911. for the nomination aro engaged in an For the aboo occasion tho Illinois sjein Requires. Monthly effort to detract the negro voters suiiport because of Judge O'Rear's de Central Railroad Company authorises Reports From County cision In the Berea College oase. Hb.v rate of one fare plus 25 cents for stations. ever, it Is declared that this is only tho round trip from all Heads. making friends for Judge O'Rcar In Half fare for children flvo to tuvlve years of age. other quarters. .Tickets on sale July lftth and 11th, Judge O'Rear was In the" city last Frankfort, Ky., Juno 21. For the 1911. filret' time In the history of tho ru- week moeting many of the local and 1911, return limit July 12th, Bave'i Dim $3 40 aohoola the Oouaty School Super- county voters, and was met with en- - Round trip ral J. E. WILLIAMS, Agent. intendents will have to maka a month couraglng news on all sides.. roport to tho Suparlntondenb of ly John W. Slckelsmllh, Qreoneboco, Do you know that of all the minor Public instruction of tho condition by far the most Pa., has throe chlldtvn, and lilee most ailments colds aro of tha County Board Treasury. la not the cold Itself children they frequently take cold. The roport will show the cash on dangerous? it to fear, but the serious " Ww have tried eoreral lilnda of coug you need afcand at the close of the preceding that It often leads to. Most medicine," ho says, "but have never vKmonth, rocelpta during tho month, diseases that found any yet that did thorn oa much of those are known as germ warrants issued and unpaid at close and consumption are good as Chamberlain's Cough Remof month, deficit at close of month, among them. Why not tako Cham- edy." For sale by all druglsts. m deficit at oloee of preceding month, berlain's Cough Remedy and cure 'total warranto lsaued and unpaid at your cold while you can? For sale Forget Yourself. oiose of preceding month,, warrants One of the first rquUIUs for beauty m druggists. on by all issuod during month and cosh culture Is to forgt youraolf. I do hand at close of month. Tho reports for Kentucky Given Medal. not moan to neglect yourself, will bo filed iwtth tho Department of Frankfort, Ky., Juno 22. 3ovornor there la a vory wlda difference Education. and eolN "Wilson has received a letter from Superintendent Rogensteln decided 'What I do want to iinprtes Wlllson, Acting SecreHuntington on this method of la touch tary of State Departmnt at "Washing-to- n, most firmly on your mind is that wWx tho County Doard Treasury afnotifying him that he had iroll-o- d tho mental condition has much to do ter StaU Inspector and Examiner Mc a modal snd diploma to tlw state with good looks. You may use nil Kencla R. Todd hod inspected itho Kentucky from the King of Itally sorts of beauty preparations on the of of the county Sohool Stttwlnton-dent- e. fllleed for contributlona rendered that coun- face, but If your mind Is try attar the earthquake disaster in with grumbles and hateful tlioughta Heretofore tlv county School 1908. The medal and diploma Were abouft everybody In general and your Md not make any rereoelYUd and when Governor Wlltaon bnmod4a.be friends in partloukr, those port- of the troaswy uoleoa called likely thought will eurely leave their troct ha will upon t d eo by tha FWoal Court natures to this state present them to the Btato Historical oa tho face. Many a woman with a of tho ooanty, and in sotna of ttw pruttlly tinted skin and beautifully Society. eouutioa inspected by Mr," Todd th curved nook 'and ehouldera would be akLpeRtnbead&niUi had avr been call oxceptt for the facial" traces Saved Her Own Life. ed unoa for auoh a report. WWi such Okla "I believe," says of mental ugUnosa. So if you would Tecum, reponte being filed monthly witbtito pteoo, attain tho good looks which every woDepartment of Education tha money Mm. BUM Eppewcm, of Urte been for Oardal, I man should desire, take sensible care mattere of the nwal achoola will be "that if It bwhi't Before of your body, but do not brood ovtr would 1my been dead y. iirt oni a buelaeee baste. Cardul, I aaffered from fancied or real wronga, slight or tha rural I bea ulg IierosiWr teaohew for Just forget those things acuoota wii be elected to. erdryeoun-t- y pakw In tbe bad, sbxwUeni, back THe whining woman Is not beautiful. Uw tower port of my la the Skate oa Jtte 4, wbteh sMe, UinU aad The worried women are not really naeans that over 8,00 tabors wJH body. C&rdul bHed tn more tbaa beaattful. gat oartiflcatee to teak oa that date. anytfatog, snd I am bow 1b bettor? Take good care of your body; that for beaMi, atooe takisg M. by Tlw rural teftobera are Is, give It proper food, the needed the Trtwteee of kt DtyWaa Board few yeaw." Nebody eao deay that aotou&t of rest aad batbe for clean!!-Mthe beet (roe la a 'oaa to take U a jlU. &oh COtM?. forget all aboet U and aad toate for woinea Cwdul. P1ae go about (fee duties of1 the day with C-C CI try U. your heart Mi of hope and your FOR FLETCHER'S mind full of thoughts that an In har-raoIt's Dtgrw. with the inttaUe. Mrs. Blowlt. Are you nUanlag an the woauwi whoso foivAad la oowa? O'Rear Kra CoafUeat. and Mm. Kaowlt. W1I. H will take at kno4tad with fretful wrtokWi C HaweavWa, Ky June M.-1aad U favoriU whoe yH hare the oareworn, worfive oour laaat eatwlMaey tor (Rear's ried lok try taU for & wbiW Had you Qubenatorial aomiaaUoa i I ikOm V St it. ilwrpr's Bw. ,. Hartford, Ky. lican Executive Oommlttoa of Ohio County held at the Court House In Hartford, on May 2G, 1911 and a majority-of the committee being present It was ordered that the call for the State Convention for July 11, 1911 for the purpose of nominating state offlolals to be voted upon at tho regular NoieMb.'r elecHou, 1W1, bo and Is approved and that pursuant to the directions of the Rvpufcllean State Central Committee it la ordered and directed that a mas3 convention be held at the Court House In Hartford, Ky., July 3, 1011, at 1:30 Standard Time, for the purpose of electing 33 delegates and 33 alternate djlogabea to attend tho Stafc Convention to be held in Louisville, Ky., July 11, 1911 for the purpose of nominating candidates for office of Governor, Lieut. Governor, Attorney Auditor, Treasurer, SecGeneral, retary of State, Supt. of PnbHc In struction. CVmimlaalonnr of AxrrlculrtWe and Statltsks and Clerk of Cotwt of Appeals, to be voted for at the No. vembe'r election 1911. R. 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For months the railcoed world has trying to figure out what luiar--2- e are raying $1,809,090 for the iKMtniotlon of thirty inlles of rall-catbetween Jenkins, Ky., and the asouth. of tho Shelby river at Sholby, ul 'Svrr. however, It appears .that olthor interest In tho building of tho peal. & Ohio Ewrach is tho Baltimore To build and No Slavery to Work. Hsftroad Company. nztip Che "branches neoessary will Deskins, Va. Mrs. Mary A. Vandyke, an expenditure on tho part of In a letter from Deaklns, says: "I 59 niilroad of upward of $30,000-0- had serious female troubled, lasting viea.1 -0. colloatloa of something plcturr.a.mar-ble- s or stamps. Teaobars iiave .found many such Indecent cards and have destroyed them Mothers and fathers have scolded, but tb cards conttnue to accumulate, and will accumulate so long as publication. tlio laws permits their Irt Some of these cards could not sent through tho malls In this country and fcavo to by enclosed In an oavolope to be mailed. Even then it Is In violation of our postal laws. There has ben a noticeable change in tho taste of school children. Edusome cators have discussed, witti alarm, the gradual tendency toward coarsenos3 and vulgarity in school children. Tho cause for this is not difficult to find. Tho moral fiber of a child grows gradually placid and deteriorates under the potent Influence of such, vulgar pictures. The post card was a good thing at first because It enabled tho traveler to send homo souvenirs, instructive and Interesting. It gave to those at homo an Idea of what tho trawler was seeing In strange lands. This was alright, but the vulgar cards of today are all wrong and should be forbidden by law. Commercial Ap- Her Life a Burden. .Eatollff, Tex. la a letter from Rat-IJf- (, Mrs. itattlo Campbell says, "My ThtXiCs. was very bad. 1 suffered un-te- il anlsory overy month, and at tlme3 Snrlxhed for death, to endmy suffer-sa- s. for life was a burden to me. I IkI Cardul,. ami it helped me right K Mciny. Cardul has stopped my made life worth. Jiving, and Notice to Creditors. SHJaI iny home wltli Joy and If you suffer as Mrs. Canip-fa.iCounty of the Ohio Creditors did, Cardul will certainly help Bank will please come forward and as It did her. Why not try settle tber indebtedness. It is my c-- ii r purpose and tho desire of everybody connected with the bank to banre divObjectionable Post Cards. idends declared to the depositors as speedily as posslblo Tlis cancot be Ay useful fad carried ito an becomes objectionable and Just dono unless creditors of tho bank rxiix parents are justly incensed at will assist by mooting tlielr oblis. gations. feite promiscuous sale of indecent They are vulgar, ob3cne and 29tt A. E. PATE, Assignee. Nearly every csroor store eoease. XLr has Its display of cards, avory CERALVO. .. c2?&r stand, overy drug store. May 14. Mlsa Eula Klmmel la visit vulgar the cards tlio Ttw more at Evansvllle, and. Staler sale thoy Imw, and publlsh-isr- c lng Miss Mattie 'Wood, Preatls, vlsltod are esojllng all moral bounds. week. Xba--e was a tlnw wlion tho travel-.s- r relatives hero laat .Mrs. Mattie Maddox returned re In Kurouo, wltli a lwnchant for cently from a visit to relative lu CiUflns Jokes, would null back the Qwonaboro. cscs.1 questionable cards to friends Mr. V, this country, In order that they Evansvllle H. Blackburn returnodfrom Sunday. when tho ralcfat be ombarrasjjd Mrs. Mlnda Pattorsoa, Preatls, vlscards wory drjllvervid. Wise ltod friends and relative hcra re- jpuoma regulations put an cad to coaUy. suf-jrfiC-- 13 T! 40 days at a time. I was so weak I could hardly walk, so I tried Cardul. Soon I was bettor. Now, I am well." If you suffer from any form of womanly pain or weakness itake Cardul, tho woman's tonic. Cardul will lift you out Df the misery and wearinness caused by womanly weakness, and help you to see the bright sldo of Your druggists sells life. Try it. It. 3j. ' post-r&tr&- yacb Miss CalUe ttshaii is visiting in Tao moral character of European Llvermora. tii years 'trtUi iias deteriorated in late JJttlo MlaJ.j3 Eu and Ethel Morton 'They rhave no false modirty. 'a Ifaiio too much, lMroaiw, but it is bjt- to have too much Uuu too little. Tho Injuries effect of those cards of Qa iUat they fall into the' hands There a.ro brutes .tLhlldrcn. la this wncbl avIio durlvo a keen delight la tsirrqptlng vure mluds with impure SSaagkts, To tills cad young girls sxy supplied with cards that caueo vot auD8 In vice to blu3lu .Thoy are left whero'Hhoy can not 2aM to find tbera. Tboy are dropid tul Uft btepa of ftchoola, they are left fa. 'some likely iwt where the young- tiAat Kill soo tlwu. i&MM am too young to eoo any. tttiag wrong Jn Buch curds. Attract- are ftl by th flashy olors, thy tr Llvormoro, vbilted tho family of Mr. Turn Morton some days ago. Is Mr. John Reed, Lawton, Ok la., visiting near hore. Little Misses ctbel and Anna "U'ood are spending a few dayx with - rela- Uvea near Piwntls. Mrw, Ellea Buskll, Rockaiort, wlfo of Mr. Angusi Uookll, died May !tth, aikl burled hero O.m 10th. Bbe lcayoa a husband and four cbildran to mourn their Ices. Tho most common, cause of Is disorders oC Uk stomach. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets corrupt those disorders and iu able you to sleep. For sale by all druggists. Office, and applied tor Enlistment. After a stiff examination, the Officer accepted me, and Bent me on up here to the main office in Louisville. A fellow has Xo be mighty sound to got Into tho Army. He must have good education to read and write. It he Is under 21 years old ho has to get his Ilov. Dean, Mlssoa Ella Coono, Ar- parents to Blgn the consent paper. tiie tie Due and Lena Duko were There aro about a dozen other boys and guests of Mr. James THvoodeir good fellows, here with me now, wlfo Sunday. all waiting .to be sent up to tho ReMiss Delia Pkooh and Dolls Wright cruit 'Depot at Columbu3 Barracks, visited at the homo of Mr. D. Tick- Ohio, tomorrow. Up there . we will er, Sunday. 1 complete our Enlistment, and get our . Revs. Oooney and Ieanv and Miss Uniforms and first recruit outfits Ella Cooney, of Owensboro, " were and after a few weeks training and tho gutsls of Mr. Dorman iHurt and drillllng, we will go to our Regiments family, Thursday. for thrte years .with Uncle Sam's Miss Mangaret Hurt has Toturnod army. homo after a four weeks Trlstt at I have read and studied a whole ; ., lot about the Army, and the lite of a Little Mise Nela Auford, of Ro- - soldier, and from all I can of It, sine visited Miss Flora Ashford, Sat I know It is tho best place in the urday night. world for fellows like you and me. Missas Nda Auford and Flora Ash- One idling it 'takes us awiay from ford were the guests of AIlssos .Maude the poor little old neighborhood and Verole CraTdr, Sunday. where we were born, and gives you a Mr. D. Tucker and wife attended chance to .get out into the big world Hill, Sunday. ohurch at R-and see and learn something, besides of Mrs. Mary Williams, mother drudging along on a farm, or in a daughter, Helen, were the guests of shop all your life, with nothing in Mr. Dorman Hunt and family, Thursthe end to show for it, but debts, and day night. hard times and a little something to eat and wear. I know that the ordiSaved His Wife's Life. "My wife would have been in her nary county boy could not do betgrave writes O. H". Brown, ter, than to put in three yiears in army, especially while he is of Muscadine, Ala., "if it bad not bee the hapfor Dr. King's Now Discovery.. She young like you and me. it is a was down in her bed, not able to py, conenetd life, with good pay. get up without help. She had a se easy rawk, and lots of privileges, and Judging from what these old vere bronchial trouble and a dreadful cough. I got her a battle of Dr. soldiers all say, a fellow fares alright King's New Discovery, and she soon and has a good time, and is treated began to mend, and was well in a mighty well, If he only behaves himInfallible for coughs self right. That is why so many of short time." and colds, Its the most reliable rem- the old soldiers always drift bade edy on earth for desperate lung trou- Into the Army again. So, what Is ble, hemorrhages, lagrippe, asthma, good for so many of thorn, surely hay fever, croup and whooplngcough. ought to be alright forme and you, way 50c, $1.00. Trial bohtlo free. Guaran and fellows like us. That's the I look at it. So many of them would m by all druggists. teed not stay In the rmy all their lives ' Z4" if t "wasn't a'lright. Notice, " You know the Government furnishes All locals of the American Society you everjithing free, all your board, of Equity are urgently requested to, lodglng3, clothes, uniform, and docsend delegates to tho County Union you hapand July 7th and 8th, 1911. Thene will tor billsget medicines, if pen to sick. Besides, if you got be much Important business to come your pay goes right on Ju3t the same. before the body and a full delegation As everything is furnished free grais urgently called for. tis, it loaves you all your pay for 48t4 HENRY M. PIRTLE, SeCy. sending money. You can save or 'spend It. I Intend to save most of Good Circuit of Fairs Arranged. mine. 33 a soldier can Bank his arrangements -- of money The following with the Government at good dates have bjn made by the four Internet. If you are promoted Cor.' , Fairs named below: poral, the pay Is raised to $21, and It Madlsonvllle. Kv.. Julv IS. Tflva you are a Sergeant you get ?30, and $t- - . days. a First Sargent $45, and so It goes Ky., July 25, .'five on up, until soldiers who Henderson, have ; days. In the army some time may get as Ky., August 1, five high Providence, as $75, or $100 a monih. . days. afv Everytlma you they pay August 8, lvel you $3 Uniontown, Ky a moth more, and if you days. learn to shoot well, you get from $2 Users of carbon paper should 'try to $7 a month more for just that. A fellow with a good education, an tho famous "Echo" carbon paper.' smart enough to study hard, can get Guaranteed the best paper on tthe to be a Lieutenant, an Otfloer, and market. Sold by The Hartford' Re then work on up to be a General some day, if he Is lucky. General publican. 44tf. Miles, and lots of our biggest Qpner-al- s Drouth Broken in Hendersoa. . started in as Pnlvate Soldiers, Henderson, Ky., June 16. A long just like us. So, a man has a fudevastating drouth hero was broken ture In this Army business. Uils afternoon by a. light rain, and Meat people don't seem to understan the tobacco growers expect to plant about Army pay. They think It looks as many acres as they can, - the too small for them. But they don't plants being oyergrown in many In- consider that tho Governm-.m- t furstances, it is estimated that not nishes everything free, so that all d mora than of a crop can a soldier's pay is that much clear . money, be planted In any circumstance. and if you get sick, Uncle . Sam docs not "dook" you for lost A Terrible Blunder. $ time, like some of those old close-fiste- d to neglect liver trouble. Never do fellows that some of ua have Dr. King's New Life Pills on worked for. Now, take a new re the first sign of constipation, bil cruit's iay, $15 a month, and everyiousness or Inactive bowels and "pre- thing furnished: How many of ua vent virulent Indigestion, Jaundice working and farming boys clear that or ga.ll stones. They regulate liver, much a month, for every month in stomach and bawohj and build up your the year? 1 know I nevw had that health. Only 2Sc at all drugisU much clear cash to blow In every month, did you? And another thing. Likes the Army Life. It you get hurt, or lose your health " Recruiting Station, U. S. Army In Ihe Army, they give you a pen. 610 Wost Green Street slon for life. Also you can retire afLouisville, Ky.'" ter staying In the army SO years, Mr.-- Sid Bratcher, ( and counting two years for one 'whilo My dear Sir: I am writing you this In the Philippines, and Alaska, you letter to say hello, and to lot yo might retire in about 15 years, it you know that I have Joined the Army. stay over tlwre. When you retire I thought maybe you and some of ta? they gdvo you three quarters of all other boys at home might like to your pay and allowances, and about bear from mo, and my telling you $10, a month for house rent, fuel, etc. something about the Army, may put That gives a follow plenty to live and be hapy and contented ihe same of you to fcbinklng, and be We of bIb life, and not have to cause of malng up your minds ursa-- . Ut aud come along with me, lu tjs) work in old age. There are lots of re)1 tired Soldiers Mlng $500 a y.jvr. So life of a Soldier. You know I have been thlnklB a wan has something to look forward to in the army. It looks mighty good about enlisting for some timer the other Jy I went to th IUcnlt-- to dm. When you wprk for Uaclo Ro-stncom-niunlt- y, s-d ," -- Kd. Juno 19 Heakh te yary Farmers aro busy cutting servlcoa ar stHl in The revh-a- l progrera at Botoel Ohurei. Tobacco sattlng la calkd Mt In this Many people are planting section. corn in tho ground tW bad prepar,' ed for tobacco. Qult a crowd from Red Hlilf attend od church hare Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Hardin M In. ton and wife and ohlldren, of Red MM, visited Mrs. Tonaa Ashford, Sunday. v Mrs. Rlllle Fllback visited at Mr. Levy Volls' Saturday and Sanday. e, Mr. and Mrs. Lansin Rains, of visited at Mr. John , ' Dabneys '. Sunday. iMr. Dolbcmt Alba was In this Sunday. wit. Great Hopkins County Fair 1 1 XI Madisonville, July 18, 19, 20, 21, 22V;,;1 Special Train Service on M. H. & E. at Reduced Rates C.C. GIVENS, President. laj J. VI. FRNCEJVIY, Secretary. lthy will put you up at the boat hotel, and treat you tine, and after they accept you, then you have no more expanse. I know you can paai the examlnwtlon as easy as I did, and I hope you will decide to cut looso from that hard work and come along with me to Jom tho good old army. "I am going to be looking for you on bvery train. Tell all the boys howdy for me, arid don't over forgf, Your old friend, HUDSON FLENER. Applicant for Bnllatment, U. S. ArmyJ Sam, you don't have to bo .worrying about short crops, low prices of tobacco and stuff, and freshets and drouths, and theso blamed "Night Riders" and these Labor Strikes, and no work, and hard tlnvjj, No. These troubles don't bother you In ". iho army, OThank God! stay In Columbus arracks, I iwlll Ohio, a monbh or so,, for recruit training, before going to Join my regiment, which might ba in Texas, the Philippines, Alaska, Hawallr-may- be to Mexico. But, '.wherever it Is l will be seeing 'this old twtorld and learning something, all at the ex' pense of Uncle Sam. Jf you, or any of the boys around home decide to enllat, you have plenty of time to catch up with' me be fore I leave Columbu3. Show thl3 letter to some of our old crowd. They used to talk about running off and Joining the army. Now they are old enough to walk of and do It. It would be a good Idea for a lot of ti3 to go along together to the eame regiment, for then we would be company for each other. They tell me hre that there aro more Kentuoky boys In the army, than from any other State. If that is so, and it suits them, I know It will suit me and you audt he rest of the Vunch. Don.'t wait too long-- to decide; because, they say after this Mexican trouble is all over, and tho Army gwta stop recruiting filled up, they will again, like they did two years ago. Then a New rusrult oan'.t get in, j and you would be too late. So, go over to the recruttlng Office and talk It over with the Officer there IfiSfjfijAf&fAfiSl THE value of neat-appeari- stationery as a means of getting and holding deairable business has been amply demonstrated. ' Consult Us before going elsewhere, s sfi sS AA sS .j, H OFFER M. INOOnrOHATBD I i '3a7 FOR YOUit CONSIDERATION A SELECT LINE OF , Talcum Powder Toilet Soaps ; r The best makes and all popular odors. 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