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RAINS DO GREAT od HARTEORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., PKIDAY, JUNE 30, 1911. to death. Nine of the others fatally scalded died today. Engineer Morgan, whcse condition la regarded as critical, declared to lay that he was standing near the stoam guage yesterday at 4:1C Just as tho boat was about to land at Berkley Landing, Arkansas, seven miles below Memphis. The guage, he maintains, stood degrees. Who limit proscribed-by- , the government Is 144 degnoos. The high pressure Is believed to have caus od the flue to collapse and an investigation will bo made by the federal authorities. nt-14- m in this ' nro but Will Remain in Hartford night and went to the home of his father on Clay street and gave him and his bride a serenade. It appeared that tho music was appreciated Judging from the refreshments that were ""served. leaving Mr. After Martin's, other homes were visited, and each tlmo tho visitors were entertained nicely. MISS HAYNBS ENTERTAINS. Miss Beatrice Haynes was hostess Wednesday evening for a delightful lawn fete at the home of her mother, Mrs. Robert Hayne3 for Miss Mazle Brown, of Owensboro. Refreshments were served and each of the forty guests had a splendid time. Those present were. Misses Mazle Brown, of Owon3boro; Anne Dudley, of Winchester; Stella Woerner, Wlllye Smith, Katie Pendleton, Luclle Pintle, Rebucoa Shultz, of Llvermore; Maryann Wadu.of Nash Mary vllle; Anna Eliza Keown, Spalding, Alice Keown, Ozona Mose-leLe'a Magan, Early May aiagan, Tiny YelseV, Fannye Whlttfngh.Ul, Winnie Slmmorman, Clara Robertson, Martina Bennett, Hettle Riley, Mau-rln- e Martin, Ruth Riley and Mr. and Mrs. Otto C. Martin. Messrs. Harold Holbrook, Trimble Pendleton, Tice Burns, E. G. Barrass, John P. Taylor, J. Ney Foster.Ellls Poster, Clarence Barnard, Lewis RUey Oswald Hacker, Henry Grlftln, Cas-slu- s Spalding, MoDo.vell Fugle, Allison Barnett, E. Y. Park and Sydney Williams. YOUNG LADIES" ENTERTAIN. Misses Lucllo Plrtle, Catherine Pendleton, Louise Phlpp3 and Mary Anderson entertained the Livermoreand Hartford boys and girls at the residence of Dr. Pirtle In Hartford, Saturday evening, June 21. Refreshments were served On the lawn and Lilthe gutts present were Mls-e- s lian Wade, Nashville, Tlenn., Rebecca Shultz, Francis Mosley, Ethel Morton, Annie L. Rowan, Fronda Trun-nel- l, Mary Toker, Iols Davis. Messrs. Frank Gentry, Kelley Atherton, Bringl Atherton, Cbas. Freeman. Geo. Hills-maAlney Atherton, Browder Mose-leHugh Qulgg, Martin Gentry, James Qulgg, Ed Buckley, Gates , of Llvermore, Ky., Misses Mc L-Leila Magan, Ruth RUey, Annie Taylor, Ruth Spauldlng, Mary L. Pendleton, lone Hedrlck, Gladys Woo'ien, Mildred Lolla Glenn, Nanoy Ford, Elgin, Louise Phlpps, Mary Anderson, Katherlne Pendleton and Lucile PirWm. tle. Messrs. EatH Barn-ett-. Moore, Hoyt Taylor, Park Tcylor.Deo Robinson, Louis Riley, Shelby Stevens and Glnn Barnett, of Hartford, and James Sanders, of Lbuisvillo Ky. y, y, e altli oC 'incnU OFFICES IN GOOD SHAK Clerks of Ohio County are;: Commended. Offices GOODTO CROPS Long Drouth in Kentucky Broken. w "Rain Came too late in Examined by State Clerk In- i In 11 To Many Sections bacco Acreage spectorFormer pays Landmark Gone. for Discrepancies. The following telegram from Frank- 1, Ky., June 26. Bofore Lexington, daylight this morning, the hUboric old street car center which has stood In the heart of the city tor the last Mt. Sterling, Ky., Juno 2C Olko twenty years, serving as a transfer general rain that has fallen In first station for the city cars, passenger oarly in Montgomery county since depot for the intorurbans and a meet- March came Saturday and Sunday and fing point for travelers, lovers, farmer. did much good. The ground was in th public generally, vanished, a vory best condition to receive the rain and the force of workmen during the night the soil having been loosened by plow removing it by the order of the, street and hoe during the first iart of the railway company. Several months ago week, following light showers. the city and the street car company Tobacco, which has all been replant were indicted for maintaining this cen od, is in good condition, free from ter, vvlhich .was pronounced a nuisance woods, and has secured a fairly growand with the view of forcing the coming start, although a late one. Early pany to build a modern, corn is good, but the late corn Is not terminal, It was condemned and order growing well,caused by the fact that od removed. the ground ,was not in the baatshape at planting. Faynter Backs Down. next Wheat thrashing will begin Thomas H. ruyoter has Issued a, card week and the outlook 13 for a poor withdrawing from the .yield. Elehry cents per bushel Is be- formally race for the Democratic nomination ing of ferod. Clover meadows are being Thls'ac-tlo- n out and they are very common.whllo for United States Senator. on his part will caeat the greatoats are ruined and timothy meadows est surprise, 'as Senator Paymtor only are poor, with indications of price enskyward. The Irish potato crop a few daya.ago4Uii jup.the $2,000 trance fee In the primary and It was 13 the smallest In years, with the price many 'that ho had an equal the highest. Taken altogether, a trip believed by ohance to defeat "Congressman Ollle through the DIuegrass shows Montgomery county crops to be In much James for the nomination. Paynter iwas elected to the Senate toe'jter condition than any county in in 1906, defeating J.G. S. BlacWburn this section. N In the Democratic caucus with the ad IN GOOD CONDITION Ky., June 26. The great of Gov. Beckham and his friends and Carlisle, 1U13. drouth, "Which for weeks Uas threat his term will expire March 4, crops (aid vegened destruction to the otatlon in Nlckolas county and caused Infant Dies Of FltlX at Rosfae. and ipeaple to carry and haul water, har. Lewis Harlan, son of Jackson bean effectually broken up by good Manassie (Rains) Allan dW of flux rains and vegetation Is now reported at the homo of Its parents near Ho-slat 8 o'clock a. m unJe 19, aged in fairly good condition and prospects good far a corn crop and good grass. 1 year, 4 months and 14 days. Tobacco that was transplanted early Is The Internment was in Rosine cemgrowing nicely, but the acreage will etery Tuesday, June 20th, at 2 o'clock .not exceed 40 per cent, of an average. The child was quite intelligent foriono. The wheat harvest is about completed of Its agei having mustered several andtthe crop is one of .tbe best in of the shorter sentences so frequently spoken by the wee ones, and the yeais. and hand of death fell so hoavlly, IN FINE CONDITION par- Owensboro, Ky., June 26. The vast came so unexpected to tho so agricultural section "of the, Green Rind ents whose hands administered district is now in the prime of condi- willingly during the three days Illness tion for farm work, as tho first refresh that prorod fatal. ing drink the soil has liad for weeks The largj crowd that attonded the so camo Friday and Saturday, awl the funeral, and a number of songs farmers are in tho midst of getting out beautifully rendered by Rosine choir, their crops. Indications, are that, there also the amass of flowers with which will be an exceptionally short crcp of tie crave was banked, speak more In tobacco as only about 40 per cent, has than mere words, of due 3toJm jplwea put out, but corn is doing wall which tho child and t's parents were farmers have about completed hold" by the people of that town. cutting wheat, and, in many sections, threshing1 has been completed. To the Republican Voters Of IN MASON COUNTY, Ohio County. 4" Maysviue, Jvy., Jun zu, flow rains A short time attes I announced ujy-so- ll 01 uie 1'iam wueti 'iiura ilmukuu mo a candidate for the office of drought and hot spell, and for a time Mason county ihas excellent weather, Representative, my family was taken which gave tho farmers an opportunity sick and are still in such a comltllon to catch up on farm work and, plant that I cannot leave home to .make tobacco, A. good deal of the weed has the canvass I would like to make in been put out, but the acivjago will so short a time,- and 1 take this nieth- fall at least 25 per cent, below taat of od to ask the many friends in the i county to look after my latorest as last year. DROUGHT IS BROKEN. b:st as they can and should I ibe suc Greonvllle,Ky.,Juno 26. Thcjdrouglrt cessful I promise to make an active in Muhlonberg county was effectually campaign and do all I .can In an broken by heavy (rains fate Saturday honorable way to carry the party afternoon. Late gardens ibid fair to to success In "November. So banking do better than Mas expected a fow all my friends in advance for their am, days ago. Only about 75 per cent. kindly support, Moat respectfully, of the tobacco crop will be put out this COOtl year hero. J. A. iLEACH. ONY HALF A CROP, A Fine Newspaper. Point, June 26. Light rains, fell here and will help gardens conWe are In receipt ot the .mammoth siderably, Conn is Joking well,ckpltQ industrial edition of tho Madlsonvillo Ikistler.wh-lcthe drought. In the Mil section,!! la the bast Industrials moat of the tobacco In this dlstrlet that bai..ooR3 .toQur" in many Is grown, growers have about-flnlsmonths. Tllb paper is mplota with ed planttug. Only about ojio;halMh good readtag telling of the enterprisusual 'amouat baa bea sot on ing people of Madtecmvllle and the ot the season. surrouttdlug towns. It shows clearly that the bwlinwa people ot that county poognke the value of uewsiaper Eighteen Negroes Killed. adrortlftltK for every budnxsM, large ne-';"Memphto, Juae 36. Eighteen n, dead, two others will d4e; Bn. or nll, i retHVWdoted in tiite "" jplnear Floyd Morgan totally scalded 1 tUe reeuK of the colUiwlBg of the Notice to Tax Payers. flue of the boiler ou th? pUauwiClty Taxes for 1911 are now due. Any ot St Joseph Saturday a&ernoon. Irauw- - ww can pay by calling at the of- Bight of the negroes died T. H. SLACK, S. 0. C. dUtely.five wre drowaad.thr scald; Ue. Small. fort appeared in the Owensboro in- REV. J. W. BRUNER. x The members of the Baptist Church are to be congratulated that Rev. Bruner, their pastor, has decided to remain with thom another year. A few days ago the second year of his pastorate In Hartford ended, and hi3 church gave him a call to remain hero.. For some time he .was undecided as to hl3 decision, and he had a splendid chanci to become State Evangelist However, last Sunday he announced to hU congregation that he would accept the call. Dr. Bruner Is a devoted and able minister and Is not only well liked by his congregation in Hartford but well known and popular ovor the county where he preaches quite often. He 13 faUihful In his work, and has done much to strengthen the denomination In this city. O'REAR MENTIONED FOR VICE PRESIDENT Langley Says His Election JAMES II. LIKENS DIES SUNDAY go-Jf- rg Took- - ill Just Before Home -- Going to Next Fall Will Make Him His Saturday National Possibility. Washington, Juno 2C. Judge O'R-- ar for Vice President in 1912 ts a mew and interesting suggestion of Representative Langley. Mr. Langley says that O'Rear undoubtedly will carry Kentucky by a big majority tills year the and that feat will put him in forefront of Vice Presidential Afternoon, Ohfo county has again lo3t anoth-er- of n. ne d-- her old and respected cltlzons when Sunday afternoon death called Mr. James Henry Likens, who died about 3:30 at the home or his sonAt-torr.e- y G. B. Likens in this city. Mr. Llkena went about his usual duties Sa'urday morning en his farm, cf Hartford, and five miles north-ca- st ,WILL STICK TO KENTUCKY. In the afternoon came to Hartford. Frankfort, Ky., June 2C Snccessful j La'e In tho afternoon he got on his or unsuccessful with the candidacy horse and started for his home.whou that ho now has on hand for the Re- he was taken eeriously ill. He went publican nomination for governor, Ed- to the home of his son, thinking he ward C. O'Rear will nob be the South's would scon be all right and bo able Republican candidate for tho vlce-pn- .s to gvt homo tho next day. Medical Idency In 1912. Judge O'Rear so stated aid was unable to do anything for when here today, and said further him. Funeral services were conduct that If honored with the notninutlon ed Monday afternoon at Bothel church for gorornor and elected to perform by Rev. J. W. Bruner, after which certain duties, and that h must car- his remains were Interred in tho cemry out I1I3 platform and not aek etery at that place. otheir offices. Naturally he appreciates was a member Mr. Likira the jolly handed him from Washing- ot Bap'lst church Concord tho ton that lu might be the Republican and 4th, February was born nominee for- rlcprosldent. 1S3C. He leaves a wldaw, two daughJudge O'Rear says that his nomi- ters, Mrs. Mrs. Fefcx and nation for governor Is cortaln.and that Frank Black, and three sons, G. B. notwithstanding there W. a hard fight1 Lllw-rs- . M. T. Likens and D. being made on him by a sot of politi- Likens. $ cians he has been Informed that nineper cent, ot the Republicans ty are for him in almost ovrey community he Ylslts. IN SOCIETY. 1 quirer Tuesday: State inspector McKenzIe Todd has filed with the governor his report on the Investigation he recently made of the public offices In Ohio and McLean counties. As the result ot his Investigation tho Inspector turned into the state treasury the sum of $1,404, collected from former officials of Ohio county, and ?415 from McLean county. Tho Inspector also commends tho county Judge and county clerk of Ohio county for tho business-lik- e manner In which they conduct their respective office, but criticises the practice of the commonwealth's attorney and the county attorney in collecting fines, which they have no authority to do under the law, this power being delegated to tho sheriff and trustee of tho jury fund only. To the above the Inquirer add3: The above telegram dois not apply to Commonwealth's Attorney Rlngo or the present attorney of Ohio county, as all the money collected by the luapvotor was from former officials of the county. When shown the above telegram Commonwealth's Attorney Rlngo said: "I have nover collected a tine 3lnco I have bejn In office, because thesta--tut- o says whose duty it Is to collect all fines." For tho benefit of our readers, who are not acquainted with the facts of the above.ln Justice to the ottlcials ot Ohio county we add that a few weeks ago Mr. Carver, a representative of the State Inspector, spentsev-er- al days in this city going over tho records ot the Circuit Court Clerk, the County Court Clerk and the County Judge. In County Court Clerk Tin3ley's office the Inspector found that his book3 balanced exactly to a cent, and every book, record, etc., was In perfect shape, it was found however, that a former Clerk, Mr. Ragland, had discrepancies in UU amounted In all to sonvtithirg like $1,200. with penalties amounting to about $200. Mchenry! July 27. iA fine rain last was welcomed by all, as gardens night here -- Wt dk, ki od4-tto- Cost of Coco Cola Trial. Rovleed figures on what the trial of the famous .coca cola case, at Chattanooga cost the government reveal MR. AND MRS: HOLBROOK HNTiER 11AIN. an expense of a trifle more than Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook entir. halt a million daUars. Mono ithan bait of this, It is learned, went to the se- talned at their home Tuosday owncuring of expert testimony for Uncle ing for tMls Dudley, of Winchester, who Is their guest. A pleasant even Sam. ing was Bpoat by the euests,anrt: great Hurt by Pet Bears. amusement v'zs had In making minKy., Juno 26. At iature animals out 'of parafln. All UanbourBvlllo, his homo at Caywood.Harlan coun- ot the productions were splendid and AlliMr. ty, Sunday, John Napier, merchant Miss Alice Keown and was badly injured by two pet baars. son Barnett were awardod tho prizes The animals became enraged when a Those present werer Misses Mazle Brown, ot Owensboro; stranger entered .the house, and when Dudley, of Winchtster, Ky.; Napier attempted to pacify them he Anne was attacked and his arm badly la- Hettle Riley, Ruth Riley, Lela Magan cerated, He was rushed to Plnevlllo Early May Magan, Tiny Yelser, Marwore taken garet Marks, Annie Allen Elgin, Stelfar treatment. The la Woerner, Mary Spaldlng.Kather-In- e Into captivity while cubs, mv m Peqdleton, Beatrice Haynas.Willle y Fomth of July Excursion Fannye Smith, Anna Eliza Keown, Low round trip fares. Tickets on Whlttlnghlll and Alice Keown. Messrs., Henry Griffin Trimble Pen sale July 1, 2, 3 and 4. Return limit July 8. FKm all potato south of Ohio dleton, AlUaon, Barcott, E. Y. Park, River, eept betw-oeLouisville and John Taylor, McDowell A. Foglo, J. Cincinnati. From all points between Noy Foster, E. O. Barrass, Sydney Louisville ad Ctecltmatl and between Williams Tioe Burns, Clarence BarSt. Louis, HvatuvllleaRd&h&wafrttown nard, HaroW HolbrookMoHonry HoN lackwlvo, tlckat will be sold only on brook, Lrtwla Riley and. Ellis Foster. July 3 awl 4. Return limit July 6. NEWLTWKD6 WERH.SJRENADED. A largq bunch ot friends of Mr. For furtUor Information call on, Otto C Martlu got together Monday II. S. M.I3QHKE, n are very dry. went to Roches Mrs. Mantha Pho'-pwith ter Sunday to srend a week her sister, Mrs. S. A. teavenport. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Englar visited St3vens Saturday and Mr. Archl Miller, of Cool Spring, ne'ghborhood, was In town one day last wojk. Mr. and Mrs. Densley Swain and MIs.3 Audra Growbarger were tho guests of Mr. James H. Growbangor, of Rockport, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. S. E. Brown Is on the sick list this week. Mrs. Nannie Louey went to Louisville to day iMoIIenry and Nv'Uon team3 played ball at Rockport Saturday. Score 9 to 15 In favor o! MoIIenry. Mr. Iko Hlneia, ot Cool Springs, was In town yesterday. and Mrs. Claude KitchBorn to-ens a tine girl. Mr. Clayton Williams, ot Rockport, fell from the bridge Saturday afternoon but reoelvcd no sorlou3 injuries. All report a fine time at tho musical at Mr. Stevens' Saturday night. Sun-day- . Upon Investigating Circuit Clerk Barress' books tho ttt3p.ctor found his books correct with the exception of a few flues which had baon overlooked, but would have been ultimately checked. Mr Carver complimented Mr Barrass very highly upon the manner the kept his office, and statwd that it was lu a perfect shape. Judge Wedding's offlco was also examined and found all O. K. Have Been Married Seven Months A tew days ago it was circulated in Hartford that a couple In thtaoity had been married for seven months and that a Hcenea was laauod from" tho office of County CUrk Tinsley. Evory young man In Hartford that has paid as many as two catls upon a young lady In soven months hatf been accused of being "the tuilf y one." Inquiries galore have come into The Republican about who the couple; was and Thursday a ropeeentartlve ot this paper got busy with the llcesso books at the court house and made' an Investigation ..and for tho benefit ot the hundreds la Hartford who have so greatly worried their minds about the marriage wo will any that seven months ago a license was issued In Uls county to a young couple and they were duly married, but noitb er ot trio, pontics fjvo mile-of Hartford and to our best knowledge never lived any closer. Theyaro both well known In tbeeir contumulty both well known la their otnmunlty Hartford that know thom personally. The clerk wag asked not to mention the fact and has kept Mo promise: to the boat of bis a Witty and so have tho deputies, but tbl la a matter ot nubile record and Id to somawfaoro in tho Clerk's office. So there) llva-.wrth? Wheat Wanted. market to buy both pooled and unpooled wheat in car lots, Saaks ton rent or salo. W. E. ELLIS, Produco Merchant, I will be on tho 6tf Hartford, Ky. Baptist Church. J. W BRUNER, Pastor. Sunday school at 9:4e. Dr. E. W. Ford Superintendent. Morning worship at 10:45, theme ot sermon, "Davld'a Creed." B. Y. P, U. meotlngat 1 o'clock and evening, worship at S d'clock. The services will bo short through the hoi weather. Let ovary membor seek to be present Sunday - d A. & -, r- - Semi-Anrvue- J Great TMmvvNMrvanavifnvpwananc CENTERTOWN MERCANTILE Centertown, INCORPORATED Kentucky. SALE BEGINS PROMPTLY FRIDAY, JUNE entire stock. Men's and Boys' Clothing Our Jine of Men's and Boys' Suits is practically new and we ask you to let us show you. Men's regular 10, Suits Determination sale 5719 price Men's regular SI 2, Suits determination sale .,.. 8.29 price Men's regular 15 Suits determination sale 9.19. price Men's regular 20 Suits determination sale 13.29 price Boys' i;egular 1.50 Suits determination sale 1.00. price Boys' regular 2.50 Suits determination sale 1.89 price Boy's regular 3 Suits determination sale .". 2.29 price Boys' regular 4 Suits determination sale 3.19 .. price 30 It is useless for us to comment on the bargains offered but suffice it to say, they will excell any and all ever offered by this Company, Below we quote a few items and you will find prices accordingly through our Mens' and Boys's Hats An immense line in Straw and Felts, which will interest you'-a- t .our determination sale price. Regular 1.50 vale6.r. 1.09 Regular"2 values. 1.69 5o Embroideries and Laces values 10c values 15c values 2Cc values .,.....,.,.., .... . . . 3Jc 71c . .- -. ....... , .,. , . I01c 151c ; Regular 3 values-.- ). 2.39 Mnery We "Handkerchiefs one-half offer, you a few styles left at price. for 5c values 10c values 25c values 2 .."v,. ........ 5,c; 3JC ; .'....7c '...'.19c Staple DryjGoods and Dress Goods. Prints y.U. ;.. Hosiery 5c 5c Men's and Boys' Pants. Hero is where we can interest you. Regular 1.50 determination sale price " " " 2.00 " " " " 3.00 " " " " 4.00 1.09 1.39 2.29 3.39 Shoes and Oxfords. . - Hoosier. Domestic... ..XV. j&fc,.". Hope Bleach Apron Checks Madras Percal SIS" Dress Ginghams ..' Dress Ginghams tfu& Dress Ginghams . ...TO'v. Lawns and Domestics.-- . Lawns and Domesticsj&i., Lawns and Domestics?'. Silks. , a:;,Silks Tv,"; SilKs Susine ....-tH?.- $...' .f.'J . '. :.... .' 7ic 5c "' ... - 7ic 7ic 7Jc Men's 25c Hosiery Men's lCc Hosiery Ladies' 50c Hosiery Ladies' 25c Hosiery Ladies' 10c Hosiery Misses' 25c Hosiery Misses' 15c Hosiery ; i8c ; ; '.. r. '",":, ..-.- . 8c .38c 18c gc .".'...'. ..... ,, ". i8c . ." ." 7. 9ic .,12 ic . .4ic 7 ic Misses' 10c Hosiery..... He 8c Shirts values Mfen's 50c values 1 t. . . '..- ." ... Men's ,..-...- . ,v Jp - Our line consists of best values carefully selected from the well known lines of the Friedman Shelby Shoe Co. Peters Shoe Co., and Burro Jones and Dyer Shoe Co., and we "offer the: Regular 1.50 determination sale price .... 1.09 " "" 1.G9 2 " '" ( ?4,... Voiles Serges. and Mohair. ..,. V , ; ... 101c 39c 79c 21c 19c 79c 89c Underwear Regular 50c values Regular 25o values 3g0 ;jgc ..." a 3.29 4.29 Remember every article from our entire stock will be found markedin plain figures on Friday June 30th, and not only items quoted on this "bill but all are for you while sale lasts. Wo invito' your attention to our Sale on Men's Ties, "Ladies' Collars aud Jabots. They are excellent values at determination sale price. Ask to ' see them. Furniture and Groceries and Queensware. ask you to at least investigate before buying elsewhere. We have just received an oxcollent line of Rockers and invite your special attention to our prices on them. We feel safe in saying our stock is as complete in these lines as you will find anywhere and we Don't fail to see our bargains on Carpets, tings, Druggets, Rugs etc., Mat- : Positively no goods will be charged during this Sale, as this Saleis for Cash or Produce purchasers of $20.00 Hying in a radiust)f 15 miles. to at highest market price "aiiroad fare refunded Remember the time June 30, 19IL Remember the Place. CENTERTOWN MERCANTILE COMPANY. h Cettfcrtowt-i-, Kentucky. come: and bring vour friends. - 'i" 9ny 'y M m "I1 Mf W" UNCLE SAW I- Iffi calls your attention to a comparative statement of his bank as of March 7, 1911, made to the comptroller of tho currency, and of same date 1910, which shows an increase of more than for much d:esea incident to ohlklboad. lh poorer. fThe age'flias eleven years, eight monkJw and thi ventilation sleeping posch can easily be add"d to and twenty eight days. She was tho youngest daughter of Rev. T. J.Ac the farm heme. There is bo trouble to s :ur privacy, for the next house ton. ShoT had been 111 for several la not within twenty "feet. All that lmd not been confined months, but Ite ne d d Is a roof, and .last summr to foor room but about two weeks. During which time &ho swnied to suf not oven this was needed. Wo slept -- In tb.j country To Iw sure it Is Of Helen Aoton, who oM.d Juiw 14, eooler In the country, but to balanoj 1911, at eT hom-- j near Ola'.oa, Mils, tho sWpitg rooms are smaller f a illHgerin Jllneee of complkU In th country, the houses iess open, In Memory. f hav, starud In the olty rather than ar wrax&sssss lVCNSJKKS? - JNSSSN f' $150,000.00 In One Year vas not a night but a'blanket was tlemt and boro JPir sufferingps sweetly. acceptable some Unw boforo morn4ng. During tho last wook she expressed In sxisons wlMre there Is more moiswillingness to due, that she a.!n. She was always pr under the canqijy of heaven, and Ihero r it I t Ik FT- - " 4 r k r . 1 .- '- might hiva peace. She requested that ro her burial garments he, purchased aud March 7, 1910. made that sho might see them. She March 7, 1911. RESOURCES. also roquwted that Rev. G. H. Law- RESOURCES. Loons nnd Discounts.... $ 754,763.71 Loans and Discounts ..? 837,937.34 renlce, Beavor Dam, should preach I , Ovordraits ... 640.3D Overdraft 708.92 her funeral and that the song "Am I U. S. Bonds., and A Soldier of Tho Cross" be sung at U. S. Bonds and Pre- Castorla is a harmless snbstitnto for Castor OH, Pare, 181,146.53 miunis 231,905.91 har burial. All of her requests W3re goric, Drops and Soothing- Syrups. is Pleasant. Banking IIouso, FurniBanking House, Furnl- filled as far a3 we know. contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other Narcotic ture and Fixtures .... 22,000.00 ituro and Fixtures Ct-ilidrThough fhe had been ill for some 20,000.00 destroys Worms substance Its ago is its guarantee Cash ? 60,850.08 $80,465.90 Cash time we did net until the last few nnd allays Feverishucss. cures Diarrhoea nnd "Wind FOR FLETCHER'S Dufl from days give up all hope of her being Duo from I Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation I Banks Banks spared to us. All .that loving bands nnd Flatulency. assimilates tho Food, regulates tho . and U. and kind hearts could do twos dom) and U. Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. " Call for Convention. 87,183.03 S. Tnis. 157,033.11 S. 97,684.43 178,150.33 for her that she might be spared, but Twos. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. 'At a regular meeting ot the Repubth'j Grim Monster Death had already 1 $1,115,533.71 $1,268,702.50 set his seal upon the little sufferw. lican Executive Commlttco of Ohio ALWAYS 'LIABILITIES. and we could only say "His will be County held at the Court House In LIABILITIES. Capital Stock $ 250,000.00 Capitol Stock $ 250,000.00 done, not ours." and bow in humblo Hartford, on May 2G, 1911 and a ma Sears tho Signature of Surplus Fund ....r? .. 6,500.00 submission to Him who do.th nil jority of tho committee being pres 2,600.00 Surplus Fund Undivided Profits ..' ... 7,916.23 Undivided Profits .. .. things well, and say: "Thou art gore ent it was ordered tJhat the call for 12,594.68 Circulation 180,000.00 230,000.00 we cannot bring you back, but some the State ConvonUon for July 11, 1911 Circulation .... , Deposits for the purpose of nominating state 676,167.51 Deposits 770,607.82 day wo'll come .to you." She was conscious that the end officials to .be voted upon at tho i $1,115,583.74 $1,268,702.50 was near and was happy at the regular November election, 1911, bo . thought of dying. She kissed her and Is approved and that pursuant of all bank failures are caused by employes to the directions of the 1C1U. rowing too much of the bank's capital. NONE family and friends and said, "Good- State Central Committee Republican bye, be good and coma to It is orHeaven of the employes in the In when you die." Such bLssed admon- dered and directed that a mass con THCCfNTAUN COMPANY, TT MUHRAV tTltttT. flCWYORK CITY. ition and blessed little soldiers of vention be held at the Court House the Cross .who uttered thi.se panting In Hartford, Ky., July 8, 1911, at can borrow one cent out of that bank. Make the United States National words. She often prayud to dlo and 1:30 Standard Time, for the purpose your banking home. It will loan you money or pay interest on time said sho would be happy If only she of electing 33 delegates and 33 al deposits. was lying beneaMi tho sod. Thgday ternate dalegates to attend the Stafcj DIRECTORS. bofons fho died she shouted,"Jhdsus Convention to be held In Louisville, E.tOFiunks.J. W. McCulloch.J T. Griffith, John Thixton.C. E.Birk, take me," and later said, "I am Ky., July 11, 1911 for tho purpose of J. J. Sweeney, Lawson Reno, Henry Wile, Dr Aretaeus Kirk. ttTTTtttt WTTTTTTTTTtTTTTTTTTtTTTWI' 2 going to leave hero She nominating candidates for office of X'WTTV WrTTTT possessed great strength of saul and Governor, Lieut. Governor, Attorney Auditor, Treasurer, Secmind and her dvath has left It's im- General, pression upon all those who kno.vXcr. retary of State, Supt. of Public In pongee. Instead uso a suds made Dear little Ruby was a swo..t chris- struction, Commissioner of Agriculture from lukewarm water with pure white tian girl wham every body loved and and Statitslcs and Clerk of Court of HOUSEHOLD HELPS. soap. Novct rub it on. a board, but who loved wery body in return. She Appeals, to bo oted for at the in the air until it is dry, then, iron always triad to do right and seldom election 1911. (A Special Department for Our ths threads. Rlnso in sovoral waters If over failed 4n h'.r intentions.. It. iB. Martin, Cli'm'n. Housekeepers. Contributions of tho same temperature, hsag out 47tf J. NEY FOSTER, Sos'y. Sba was always pncBaat at Saba, 1 (INCORPORATED) in the air Tintll It is dry, hten iron. bath School and usually had a .parfeot Accepted.) Do not xrlnld, nor dampen it Any lesson. She had a desire for an WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE AT COST, moistae, even cf a damp cloih, will educition,butwaseiry niodesi spoil all tho good results of th3 care- In hor efforts and never spoko of BUCKBEPS BULBS SUCCEED! WlS ORANGE AND LEMON JELLIES. ful washing. If treated la this (way what tlie future might bring her. KgW !.WjSPECIAL OFFERj Pool off tho yollow outer skin, and It will look like now. ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, Yet had she llvd he miauld certainly I'fJvMnde t build New Ilmlnenv AtVH ,, skiu, then remove the inner iwhlto gi T im trial will mtie you a permacent cua-have made her mark and gono abreast batitfactlonBuaraatcedorjoui mm tomcr. RHEUI1ARB BUTTER. grind in moat grinder, soak In .wIS! HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME with tho great mm and women of w xnouey refunded. wM ', Collectlonct'r,',1"te.1 Wash and chop flue the desired our country. Child that she ater to cover from two to twcnty-ifou- r was, M Souvenir " MdllM, M tntl) Bjtrtn 6wki. Ixlk, SnlH hours, cook .slowly for soma hours amount of rhubarb. To .each pound she showed marvelous ingenuity OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD of V 7Uooolai,e3TfCT,Chlnloi,Iil,1mbm,EprkiU, Jm pfflil, f I Vmrtt tr 4 Kwt, Ifowhi TUlp, rrttl Tllf, rMktw4 Just mind and speech. iThe least Add sufficient to tho allow one pint of sugaT and and drain. that Mil 11 ! Tb1)T4, t., t. 'T BE WITHOUT THEM, WPIEN IN natural julco. of tho fruit to glwi a enough water .to koep. it from burn can bo said of hor is this: Sho will H UCAICVXXUKO TO PtEARK g Wrtia tody AUattnn this Paotr I pronounced flavor, and pTocood as for ing. Lat It simmer very giaatly for Oi missed. &te will be mc-soin a any other J"lly, aklng Giro noti to ad aa hour or ovon long.'r. fl'h tlmj homo whose sho was a kind REACH. B an1 B 4MTt Mtft( BJ MklB(rlih! r1ff iMlTblMbl oITrtto& fll Ju v tar TLU iU tUul Um mi M entirely upon the ago of the obcdilent daughter, and true and lov- I ef Bull pMip&ll, Ucth Uoi Book. Ifrlllujlrtud; isitractiit, km X BMuUftl Snl, Bulb tkt too much sugar. itrki(arBM4,jauiMM4rustf. aft in Oomiaamoratlon ct btlaaeot. dccmiM tul&ti !M rhubarb. An asbestos mat should bo ing slttor. She will bo missed a lull va.imfi jbs in the I W I WV Vv t REFRIGERATOR RULES. Tin I in f 11W tuna i 1- "- 1'W vi uji rUi flsl ls.pt und..-- r tho proEvswirg IcettJo and neighbors hemes whore io wus a Kaon tho refxisirator clean and the rhubari) et'invd frequently. This welcomo isitor. She will be mlsod RocKxoRD.ut, a makct3 a lollclous butter, v.'lilch may aweat. Inspect It at least onca In ito3 Sabbath School where tto was wa- - bo iwoek. Geo that the outlet for varkd by adding bait an orange .bright fuil and uttoaUvo listijnir. tor formed by tho melting of ice Is j puIp whcn a ddlclous marmalade a Sho will ho im"S3ed in tho public kept open and that .tho spac umaejr jj j,0 tll3 1ViJUit school room whoro h r smiling fat mo ice raoK.js civ.m. iuj ju.iwj .dioio and winning Mays made her a favCRACK FILLER. food Is kopt should bj ecalded every" orite Mitdi h'jr teachers and ecluol-mutomilk We had excellent uucooss with wuok; a single drcip of splll-oWe ahaf.l mlaa tho lid lo otbjr negltfstod food 'crack filler rcwdohytalv'lU'g heme rath-wi- ll or a particle cf smiling faie. Tho prattling itongu. cotttaanlnato a refrigerator In a or dry pu'jty, moIsUmlng or softeuing busy hards, the lltle tojt that with fionw of tho fl r varnish a lit IHia few dajs. ratlwjr never worried. Tlwo Is a vanuicy flt a tlnw, as, it liard-anSTRENGTHENING PILLOW SLIPS quIcklyad to ciuain WPWct had3 In our kanKS and In tho eahoolK-oQuick Rollef and Care for Head Tho tc3t on!c CuratWo Pillow slips mate from Mrinj may j Medtnlno fcr thoso dl fjr Med yMov ccUjv fJr 1gjt aoma and snhtath school tliat can never Wo acnc QacKacho, Dlzslncaa, ref..l!od. But should we mourn f jr LIVER G SIDUSYS . bo given a longer loaeo on life Oar. re- - w burnt fop dM InaineMlo, Malaria, etc. HSBj oasoa. 50c Guarantaod, U&J only be hor? Ko , wo should emllo In our versing tlio end run. Rip eoacn and ft c()lm. nn)uuj,t us.for-cive- r, turn half (way around, so that tho .W(1 vmjffiro mm Uw xct na(b fa grief and eaj', she's gone from hut siha's gone ito n ibujorland. former side folds noainff in U ocn- - Mak9dm Ww tvM EQni0 ot tho 11P8. Sbo'a resting in the suitehtn-of our tor. and eiltch v again. flTUs gives iijUaa , Loa-o. .. ,,. Savior's walking wth Him a now bunttfeo for w boavler woar, .VW.tf . W..W ,HV..s.v.Uw. ,cm,., ... and lltorally doubles the evwloo of to .cracks with puty knife and scrape o'er ntivjats of gold, clad In roh-.--i silvery white, Tihon&h all ialn at pilaw sis. sur- of ff all that conies abo'u tho times slio would smile, a smllo of face. MAKE OWN WAT1BV. FIII12H. Heavenly ibirth' nnd wfcan the Angels A homemada filter can be anade In erra?Aic fhica&ee. called her home, she emil-jfarewull Whou steaks aro so tough that they to uxrtii. Heaven retainoth now our this way: Wako a largo floww not, Ear'ih tho londy Insert In itho holo In the .bottom a must ibe pounded to be edlbk, cool; treasure. oakut alternate thorn liko a S$uthea-- frlcass.-e-. Af- kwpa and sunshine Ioacu to linger sponge, (fill tho pot with liiwirs of eand. charcoal and tmall ter pounding, salt and ljepper the where our sainted frlond Bleeps. jwblcs. The flower ipot tints t Ulod steak and dredge it heavily with flour IiDR SABBATH SCHOOL TEACHER. may then fee placed ca jar or otnur piaoa Uo tablespoons of dupplng or SbtM. John W. SlckelBralth, Grdensboj-oooavonlent eBkcA Into which tho wa- - othcr frying matjrlal fn. a heavy Iron filters frying pan and when It is smoking Pa., Ima throe cblidivn, and Hlwiivoit it tor can to received as G through. hot lay the steak dn carefully paid cool children thoy fretjuontly talje cold. ' "W-l&tnflci rtf Wllln linvrfl frlAvl wo!l on the orjj sick turning HOW TtO CORN BEEF. a"1 whon pan-fryifish). Whenqulto motMclDo," hu Bays, "hut havo 0j'(aa Make a brlno of three quarts don, j remove to the back of toQiangd found any yet that did thorn as much eooor good aa Chamberlain's Cough Rom- water, one cup o sal, half Have you a good supply on hand, or isn't it about time to take your next order ody." For salo by all druglsts. m j ami -bmwn and lo nrntfla there for at least ten to the printer? of a halmiL Boil nil mlnuty3. Thl3 j wW ,mxko any Look, now, and see if it isn't time to get a new supply of Letter Heads, EnvelSleep in the Open. ,ect the pleoe of ment yo4 ? .tho b Ine Is put It in a jar and whm It eo?ms strango tliat It took opes, Statements or Bill Heads, and if you are short on anything, send an order to vv v bq long o learn lho pleasure andi)-no'0cow pour over wj hjvv The Republican. ' fits pi alocplDs ia tb, ppeu air. Vr,' flvo or six days and it will tlwn w If you have used printed matter done by us, you naturally will come hero when Are You a Woman? very reoont yeara eleoplug IwroJ.oaljP, You will nvor bnyj ready for use. . you have need for anything in our line, and there's a reason. If you have never BalUmoro, Md. Mrs. W. H. Ison, at wero.eoldoun a?en. We Hhut ourailv a) , com bx-- f after trying this HID Dasd Madtoon street wrHes, "For up "In etuMy ryonu awl in -- , had The Republican do the work, suppose you got in the habit. Wo do the satisfjacr $H1SK I3TRA.W3. bowhI yews, I suffered, off and on, Jus Aha hot months, when byrmcvteg ' tory kind of printing and binding, No JoD is ever delivered in a shoddy, careKss .poWtWsiMifutorfttclwM,4 trtm trouble, until finally tho bvda a t& n irJto tlrj manner. uvw, t uw.vviw..- - I wu tftkeu down and could do aoth- - atr vo ooukl Up In comforts i T1iOSA' tMweapoonruiJJ At the Republican oflloe you got ieal Batfef action, and pay no more for the " XvU melted butter, i a i patns I fixperienood, labaU camprtlgu of .puhlloJty to olucat-- : r -- ' -taWospooisftil eult, work here than you do elsewhere. , t3r, Mt ' uoW , ph on tii (bwi'stit ci fAsh Mr 1 A' representative will call irpon you if you call the office by 'phone or drop us roll thla, cut la ,.ai oa Mier: i .t . li.i i . r (Mnkui lrTif! t VTfMV VJ MIMI VUW VVUWI a preventative ond core for ooiuKta- iu ncard 1 tar JUn I wUd b ta ay mvo If I had not Uca Iwl to the uHdi&g: of ."; . Pf too cut iwt to riiis; a WMntta. Jlko Mr(Ji IeoQ porchvs, and now most houMS lnci i.Qdo sUaluar WW d rpi mkj ateeoaregod, beoau of Uta, excopt in ooojetswl poi"4ioi)t, caMully; slip strips Into Bike 60w palafctl aUmot? Cardi will hav eome sort of -ipoiichw, , ffcifcrt vhty cold. M& you. Trgr It today. Any drug-gt- www TO VU4W'M .VV tfiWI i'UiUUUb (l XI . Atk i. m9k Jmm ' -A A A A. mtkmmVk At At. Aim A Jm. A. 'Hill b Th,, v:ranfio thing Jd to sell you- a porch-:,.- PONOEB aliout JK Wf AmJ J&1& ' D-l- f , V ftUs a Ihfikt. tb tarkv.jtrn-nirtnoVnlrl 'm ket wji f.wabtef tl. ; Jnst-ns-good"nPro-tnlu- hr ture, however, a'roof Is necessary to kop off showers and heay dews. AVlth a sWpIng porch there is no occasion for an uncomfortable night so far as the heat is concerned, and a tor a summer's experience It will require more than mere freezing wea'lwr to drive ono Into four walls. Obs rver In Wnllace's Fanner. Tho Kind You Have- Always Bought, and which lias been in uso for over 30 years, lins borno tho stgnnturo or and has been mndo under his pcr- . sonnl supervision slnco its infancy. 22. Allow no ono to decctvn von in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and" but Experiments that trlflo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. 6 'wJ4 -- What is CASTOR A - cry It It It It CASJTOR A It c GENUINE CASTOR1A . WpA Pont The Kind You Have Always Bought Use For Over 64w& 30 Years. United States National Bank THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co. II d f 1 m 1 1 mtuZ7C-o- i I m m c " r d BAKKASS Ml nise. s- SURE CURE SXOIVlACM, ." Hll EPiPffe IfiTTi'li H9H 1 Bgffy Qa a p,fl M d I fA Vi H Yoor Office Stationery I ran , Commercial Forms, Etc b-f- ng t; nvr . aW J g j" ? bw. ppl 1 av-ltbiv- i,t "f"?i tojw rt ' 'J; L, j,,, si.. f", ' !plts t at LAU-VDSRI- - Kr '.. v!"" "" LTr vwy- mil&S; . m. - JfiJ " J&liJi JJJtolft m 2696 mmw - Jk r ""M Hartford Republican. tow ftteerdtog te tw at tfc. FMtetKe XrWet4, Ky., mmH matter ot tb oe4 C. M. BARNETT) J. NEY FOSTER -- """ ","'"" to , AidreM all comsauBlcations Ttfe Hartford Republican. Jie-tagi- atl"Vr...w ..- -. 30. .28- - FRIDAY, JUN'E ANNpUNCEMENT. C. , ', : We aro authorized to announce Hon P. Keown a candidate for Representative Irom Ohio county in the next General Assembly of Kentucky, subject to tho action of the Republican party. to announce Albert Leach a candidate for Repre sentative frqm Ohio County In the next General Assembly of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Republican party. to announce We aro authorized lion. Tfcos. W. Vinson, of Caldwell county, a candidate fcr Sunt, of Public instruction, subject to the nctlon of the Republican State Convention, Louisville, Ky., July 11, 1911. .We it aro authorized tra- er before been known In each dltkmal Democratic State. , We speak only our own viTR-s- and Mr. personal friend of as a waraa Frank, when we my that we do not believe a single man now seriously considered for any position on the put Republican State ticket Would any value upon a nomination If Mr Franks were the nominee for Gover nor. Whatever may be Mr. Franks' motive in making uch a campaign as he Is ennsl 1" lt ,aa accomplished one thing sure, and that Is th" of his usefullnties as a par ty leader. if Mr. Franks looks with snch hor ror upon Judge OVRear because In tho dark days of 1007 he pleaded for Uie "rule of reason" In the treatment of the tobacco troubles, why he has no challenged Ovsloy Stanley, one of the in recognized night rider apologteta Kentucky, the representative In Congress of "my district," which O'Rear to has been denounced for daring .- farmer forgot him, and can the whis the key men and brewers control county mas oinventtons. m i Candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction World's Greatest BIRDMAN m A I BBBBBftDBBflBBBBBflE7 inrad-j- ? Shall the pjople rule, or shall the distilleries awl ibruwers take charge of our state government? Jf the whiskey Interests can control iotb the Democratic and Republican things nominations, they will have own .way in Kcntucy for tho ne their few years. No Republican in Ohio County who values his party horor will fail to attend his County Mass Convention on July 8th. and cast his vote for (the man who s4anl3 for cod government. .and ckan politics. No such opn fight was ever made by the liquor interests in Kentucky.as are being made to defeat Judge O'Rear for the nomination for governor and they openly admit that this Is the only chance to kvep him from occu pying the governor's chair. ehown Why .has not Sir. Franks mettle by making a "law and or his der" campaign against the most vo ciferous friend cf night riders In Ken tuoky, In his own district, Instead of letting It go practically uncontested as he did last year 7 If Mr. Franks and his backers had deliberately started out to "scuttle the ship" they could not have chosen a more effective plan of action than it will wr.k him and them after he Is pursuing, but they will find that lt will wreck him and them rather in than the Drocressive movement the Republican party which they are so desperately trying to destroy. Lexington Leader. The Republican farmer who falls to attend his County Mass Conventlo on the Sth of July to cast his vote for his friend, who is a candidate for governor will have no sympathy .should someone be nominated and cltcted who is not his friend. Still then is no explanation of the curious Incident which happened in the drawing for places on the Democratic ballot for the primary tomorrow, wherein all of the machine drew he top line, except one and" he drew the line which he most desired. can-Udat- uj " i :t fi if "Jl V r SENATOR LUKE LEA. Luke Lea.who represents the Stato of Tennessee in the United States senate and who Js the joungest member of that body, is one man who is willing lo slwd his own bleed to save ,tie life of his lfe. A fe days ago it was found inacessary in order to to .save her from premature doth jjiave new blood transfuswJ into her body. Mr. Lea did not hunt around for some one who was willing, for so many dollars, to cpare a quantity of blood, but announced to the that he was ready to be sacrificed fcr th woman of his first love. The less of blued was sorwat that Mr. Lea fainted and has since then been in a very wkened condition, but It will protMibly save the life of one who Is to hhn the dearest woman living. Of course Mr. Lea is not by any jiyxtue tho only man, porbAi3 In the senate or olsowheie, who is not will, to even give his ing, Jf another, .but there are foo life for juany, both men and woraen, who, rojn tfie way they live, lead to the beUet that they would much nailwr xlo something to ehortun rather than lengthen the life of the one whom they have sworn to love and cherisJi. Madleotnvllle Hustler. iphy-eiclan ueo.-tftary- i 4 j Mr. Evoaaito P. Taylor, pastmister R CLUB. wife at Bner Dam, J. W. Louisville, K'., Juno 200, 1011. and two children, of Horse Branch, Dear Sir: Emmctt Tllford, a baiter of Fords- to attend vllle, and Master Floyd ViHaon, You are cordially lnvit-3rd Uosina attended the dienlc hoi a meeting of the 1st, 2nd and Club Republican wnid Friday night, June 23rd, at Hofcogt Hall, Shelby and Roselam Stree'a. The most common cause of insomThe meotlrg will bt calkd to order nia Is disorders of the stomaoh. promptly at 8 p. m. Charabylaln's Stomach and liver REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERV Tablets correct these dtoordea and en ED. able you to sleep. For tsM by all Rspeatfully, m druggists. "R. C. CAMBNTZ. Sec'y." the Note tho concluding line ot above Invitation. Wondor what kind served, wvro "rtfreshroenJs" of we whether lonuor or sandwItclKs, presume there Is not very much guess coming. It is wp to the votera In toe county to tbtottile a movement of this con kind. If th..e peopVs are to trol th iRBiiblican. rarty in Ken tucky, to quote one of the candidates $5.00 Flour TRyTnG TO SCUDDLE for governor the "parly of Lincoln, 1 bbl. Patent ARE THEY t 1.30 Grant, Harrison, Garfield, MeKlnktf, 48 lbs. Patent Flour THE SHIP. Roosevelt and Taft had as well dis 24 lbs. Patent Flour. ... .70 con, only accomplish They most significant feature band." One of the 5.50 c the pnosurjt camtxtfgn for tho Re- tbo!r puriwse through a failure upon 50 lb. Can Pure Lard... ccunlnatlan for Oovernorand the par of the Rejubiicane In the 10 lb. Pail Pure Lard..; 1.25 publican It proves the utter inaHicerity of the country to to to theira county Mass 5 lb. Pail Pure Lard.., .05 We voice. Coiiventiona and 'have opposition to tho overwhelming of the inaaea of tho party,! know the sentiment in the country up- 2 gals. White Flake 75" &e notorious fact that sot a snlgle on the question of local optica. It is Syrup jaapjrant for any of the other a&Hoas a .well known fact that it Is ataoet 2 gals. Sautee Syrup... .t. .70 would think of being a candidate it unanimous. In addition to this the eome-thi2 'Cans Best Table to K. "9. Franks fctood any chance of man on, the term this year has to Inspire and encourage bcaidos tntfng the hwad of thi ticket. .35 Peaches rwy man witi an ounce of polltl- - him to attend U convorKH. Their 2 Cans Good Table cal stfw knows that tho aniNda- - frkad is a cumiuatu. 'line man iwiuj 25 the Peaches'. Ddwaid C. O'Rear has Itftied had eiood oo much abuee from jr of tbe Ropublioaa party In Kestuoky out awnta of the tobacco trust hooause 1 doz. Pie Peaches . . . . .85 .of the "slough of despond" and put ha dared stand up for tho tabaceo hope Into the campaign grosvere at a time wBen they ceedtd a , jo HUihco tbftt Republicans evwywhere are full friend at court who was powerful Grocerf-Co- . are ..rni a.h in rjt1TlJ as audibnee. NOW p( athmiiawa and candidates cHrlBeis up oa ell sides as has toev- - 'that be is being attacked, will the AXTI-O'REAd Anti-O'Roar WILL THEY SUCCEED? cf the Through a combination Franks-Co- x forces in Kentucky with the Interests, a tremendous effort is baing put forth to defeat tho nomination of Dd C. O'Rear, for Governor. It is claimed that tho enormous sum of ?50,000 has been ral&ed for that purpose, and will bo used as a slush fund with which to cantrol tha float ing vote and corrupt the county inaes conventions. In the city of Louisville the work is being done through what Olub, ' is termed the "Antl-ORe- ar on which has opened headquarters Fourth Street. This is an unbtord of thing for candidates for nominations for offke In Kentucky. Who ever heard of such atacks upon a candi and Anti-Frandate. What Anti-Co- x any such organi men have lnstituttd zation as this? Who are the men any way? They do not to be Republicans claim even and it is an open and undenied fact that tht.y are being furnished with the funds with which to prose cute this fight under the name of An- by the brewers and whis key people. If not; from what source does this funs come? Certainly not from Mr. Franks and Mr. Cox. They funds are not only furnished with with which to maintain their headquarters and ofiioe force, ibut they also advertise that they are ready to their furnish REFRESHMENTS at meetings. Last wtek a meeting was advertised In Louisville hy personal Invtatons, as follows: "Cumb. Main Home Phone Headquarters ks Anti-O'Rear can State t)nvntlon, Louisville, Ky-- , July 11, 1911. MV PLATFORM. Improvement-o- f .tha rural school 1. with cours s of study In agriculture and kindred subjects. Modern, sanitary school build2. ings with more equipment. 'High Schools 3. More efficient within reach cf all pupils 4. A larger and more professional State Board of Education. Transporta5. Consolidation and tion cf pupils where1 conditions will permit. 6. School Suffrage for women. 7. A grea'er State University and better Normal Schools. 8. An efficient compulsory attendance law. su9. Larger salaries for coun and teachers, with betperintendents ter service in proportion. 10. Separation cf the schools from politics. Sublet THOMAS W. VINSON to tht action of R.ibll- - Chas. F Williard AVIATOR. DARE DEVIL, BJ:-A.3S.3- 3 Three Flights at Owensbofo On IFourth of July. k GRAND! CELEBRATION BY 0WENSB0R0 LODGE OF iELKS AT THE FAIR GROUNDS, j Williard Will Fly Raitt or SHine. running races, trot and pace, stallion show, automobile races, Auto against Areoplane, motor cycle races, double header base ball game between Owensboro and Oakland City, Ind. Excursion on every railroad and steam boat line. Dinner for 25,000 will be served on Grounds. No intoxicating liquor sold, no gambling, but gayest place in America on the Fourth. Admission 50 cents to grounds. Aviation, the sensation of a Century. Don't miss seeing the DeathDefying WILLIARD Fly in the Clouds. IP1 Two 0LAT0N. of Sam H. Payton, June Clifton, Ky., spent from Saturday until Monday the guoat cf his moth, r, Mrs. Jan3 Payton. Mr. Joe T. Daniel, wife aad daugh ter, Miss Basslc, are here from Dyers- burg, Tenn., vlBiting friends and rel atives. Mrs. Hallie McDanki was here fron Beaver Dam from Wedmosiay until Saturday the guest of her sister, Mrs. Melvlna Hall. Tho Olaton Draanaitlc Club will pre sent their play at the W. O. W. Hall Thursday, June 29. Misses Elizabeth and Pauline MHIer are here from Kcemodale visiting rel28. (Mr. atives.Mrs. Ellen Allen -- S$ r a and Eugene Alien have been the guea's of the forai-rsister, Mrs. Melvina Hall since Fri day. , South is vlsltlcs her friend Gar Carrollton, net E. Felix. Tho picnic given here June 24 was highly erijoyed.as was also the exhibit show, of ion given by Dr. Beau's Hartford. Mr. W. B. McDaciel, of the Olaton Roller Mill, Is HI at his home here. The six year old son of Sam and Rachel Mitchell dkd la Owonsboro Tuesday June 29, and iwas brled at Payton Cemetery near hjre on tho a? 1? 1? ? Miss Myrtle E. Canan. of SEND YOUR BOY TO . If MATHENEY & BATTS H H H H H H H H 21st- - Vanderbilt Training School I? ELKTON, KV. A"limited . select, school ior boys. Faculty Our patronage has men. of college-traine- d come from several Southern States. Twenty-fou- r different towns in Western Kentucky represented this year. Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Baths. Extremely healthful location. $l,Q00.qD recently spent on improvements. NO SALOONS IN THE TOWN OR COUNTY. Moral surroundings excellent. UNEXrELLED AS A SCHOOL EOR YOUNG BOYS. - FOR BOYS ri H-- J H Special St Cash Prices ft Ben-tkae- ot NTn'eteenth - -- Year Begins September 6, 1911 Write for catalogue. Address all commun-ication- s to ne Desk "B" JHATHENEY fc BAtTS. u Hartford I Millinery! r Hodf Price Tlio WLcat OrawtTB are Tiuj8tod me-In HartfonJ, Saturday July S, In .?onn.-"tlrwith tho County Urion FRIDAY, JUNE 30. A. S. of E. Gcod Attendance 4s desired as Important bUEltteSs Is to bo transacted. lillnol8Centrainallroad-TtrT- )e T. H. BALMAIN, Ch'm'n. Table. The Fourth of July in Hartford At Beaver Dam Ky. ffromlc 8 to bj on of th qnlrtat days of th yar. All of the stora wlU b'clos that tViy and m.inyi.o-plNoillh Ilnililfl" North Hon ml. ar pr .paring o attend the No.Kl (1ull:85a.ro. o. 132 du Mn m. at Owonsboio and C.nter-lowSo.lOl due S.tSp.m. No. 11 ilu8Mp. m (o.l02dn3:4Sp.ui. Hartford Republican. t n Qie&rg j -- - SrtOZ. & coh-bratlo- ns n. t- i King, of Route III with lupig troubltv iMr. Zack f . KtBHHI , 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 you. Plenty of new midsummer styles that will please you and at a price that will certainly interest you. Don't fail to see tliem, and bear in mind that it pays to trade with a house that ' saves you money. J36b f5.ftftftftftftftJAAftft m IftfiftftfiftAft: i i PEOPLE &&i&t ? -- Lots of -- & t m-i I u DO NOT KNOW A t i i i ivnr i m ffsz i ST ft . ' GOOD SHIRT i. .1 7Tr77 ' I ii . WHEN & THEY SEE neglige' COAT SHIRT, . iLLLIiJJiiiLl.iJ ONE J WITT, PMBODY CO., MAKCM Good dressers and people Who Do Know J B J values look no further when show Cluett Pea-bod- y makes Cluett at $1.50 and Monarch o at $1.00. - Our Collars are made by them & Co. and Corliss Coon "They are pure Linen o : .a f and have good buttonholes. They last well, oven with the miserable laundries that butcher up our linens. .3 ' a 24 wyT wi -j nrajKBCj SCHROETER'S FLOATING STUis qulto DIO Is at the Hartford Warf. Now Is tho time to have those, photos made pictures and Carbon typowrltor paper for sale at We. guarantee prompt delivery. eomo down and 34tf. The Republican office. give up a call. variety Greater "Queen M. Porter, cf Uoaver Dam, Judge J. 'l7tl THE SCHROETERS.. paid us a call, Wednesday. now than later fierhafis, vest he Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Chandlfr nnd Mr. A. M. Smith, of McIIonry, was daughter, Mlas Adah Chand-Vr- , of on the safe side, select In .Uwj city, Tu.'sday aWernoo. Au'Jurn, Ky., arc visiting Mr. and Mr. Dudley Ford was In Owensboro Mrs. C. M. Crowe. Rev. Chandler S&11 styles, sizes widths. was pastor of the Methodist Church this woek and will .return today. sev ral yars ago, ar.d is well MIsa Maale Urown, of Owvnsboro, hero Hayjies. roniembertd in this city. Is tho gu-- t of Miss returned Attorney S. A. Andorson Thoso from this county who Educatlio Kentucky Tuesday night from a trip to Louis- aVtend-sDam, Ky. Owen-sbortional Association at ville this week wore Profs. W. R. dll-ricMiss Maurlne Martin has rotumed H. E. Brown, W. Fred Ander homo frcra a visit with rolatlvo3 at son, of Hartford, ar.d Profs. C. B. Cromwell. Shown and W. R. Carson, of Bvda. Sovoral resiMndW to my other rels Edge Two important real estnto of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Barnes a lew spending a welc with Nella quest for swtitement. Did you? were closed last wtwk by A. C. Yekr days last week. near Oklahcma. E. W. FORD, M. U. 47tf & .Co., the ival estate people. fTiht MIes Ozona Moeeley, Hartford, 13 Mrs. Bernlce Rogers and children MIS3 Corlnne Wcodward and Miss Dr. Patterson property was sold to and the guest of her cousin, Addle Mao are visiting her parents at, Mr. Flora Taylor are spending a few days Mr. Jff Ralph and the Charles B. Mrs. B. M. Bennett, of Bjda tills Edge. " In Louisville. last Howard farm near town, Was sold to wi.ek. D .F. Brooks and wife left Mr. W. E. Ellis, tbfc produce mer- Mr. C. L. Burton, of Biochw City, 111 the wek for Dawson Springs to .begone Roy M. Tiohenor is, on Mr. chant, returned Sunday ifrom a trip - .Mrs. Robert Gillespie is expecM sick list. for a few weeks. the Iona Ralph, Owensboro, is to Loulsvill?. ient ,to HartMr. Larkln Williams home in a few days from Rockport guest of Mrs. W. T. Gre:r. visiting relatives ford today. Wadding, of Indianapowhere she has bvn Mr. G. G. N .0. Kelfey Sugar Grove, was In .Mr. Bob Brown, of Central Grove, lis, Ind., is visiting his father.Judge for several days. She was accompantown yesterday. ied' to Rock-porwas in this vicinity Monday. .by .Mrs. W. H; GrifR. R. Wedding.Golda Cecil, Hartford, Is visiting Prof. C. C. Justice went to HartDr. H. J. Dell and Mr. J. C. Her fin and Mrs. A. D." Busklll, .will toon relatives here this we'k. ford Monday. were In Louisville this, woak, return- leave for Mrs. Busklll's home at Hous Mrs. Will Bob Cook and children, few Miss Mable Munoy snent a ton, Texas. ing last night this Central City, are the guests of her days with relatives at Buford We appreciate tho support that our father, D. F. Brooke. Mrs. John B. Wilson and two child wek. ren have returned from a visit iwllh readers and friends are giving us in All smll-- 6 at I. B. Ware's yestercream surer given by the The ice tho matter of giving us all of the torelatives In Chicago. Ladies Aid Society last Friday night day with a noticeable trace yet they know. That is just dayan eleven pound boy. Bratcher, of Narrows, news Miss Jlollle was a great success. what we want We ana trying to make is tho gu st of Misses Daisy Wed Miss Martlne Taylor, who has been Republican the newsiest counTho ding and Elonor Petty. visiting relatives at Granville for the try newspaper published In Western past home week, returned ,to her Mr. Raynwr W. Tinsley Is spending Ken&uckjvand gave you ifce news whtn Springs and It Is new. Let us know of anything here Saturday. a few days at Dawson has Mrs. John JI. Barnes, who will ivturn about MDnday. t you may know. of botti sick for the past week, is able Mr. and LMrs. E. M. Woodward loft The ccmtnlttee in chaigo of the to be up again. last Friday for Louisvillf, where Mrs.. Iburtli of July celebration at Cviiter-tow- n iMr. and Mrs. Dan Aultniire, of Car- Woodward ia itaklng treatment. U'Hihoced to us yesterday to rymills, 111., is visiting relatives at had been this place. Mr. Lou Hill has ibtvu engaged as announce that nure for Dr. Wayland Alexander, wh made vil;h the managi.men.t of the L. tDo you know that of all the minor and N. ,to have the local train going continues to be quite, ill. lilments colds aro by far tho moat Bowling to'Ellnntch in the afternoon iwoit at dangerous? Wwatbrook, ot Mr. John it Is not the coW itself 5 o'clock in Cenien'own un.tll at Green, Is the guest of Mrs. Floi-encserious Center- - that you need to fwar, but the the Afternoon before Allon, of Route 1, this Week. Jlauases that U often loads to. Most Itown.wThla arrangement will be ap FOR SALE Cow and Calf. Both in preciated hy tliose who care to spend if these are known as germ diseases. HAVE YOUR WATCH are and consumption Pneumonia L. JL STEVENS. the day thero. gcod condition. CLEANED OCCASIONALLY" 's imong them. Why not talio Harttorfl, Ky., Route 2. 47tl News was receded in Jlartford Wed Cough Remedy and cure WATCH will run without have as nesday morning of the death of Mrs Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Lilwne oil or cleaning longer than your cold while you can? For sale their guests Mrs. Georgia R. Wade Richard Browner, of Cincinnati, daugl sy all druggists. any other piece of machinni and daughter, Mls3 Maryann, of Nash U of Mr.s. Emma Hudson,, of this ery but it needs both occasion' ville. city. Mis. Browner tcok seriously 11". ally. ADABURG. If paper In all gwdee, type jubt the day Kforo her death, and consider that the rim of Typow-rfto- r June 2G. 'Hie long wlshtd for ml n the you will wheel balance In travels over fifteen writer ribbos ad carbon paper for besides hor husband, and reUitlv-for miles a day, you will has oome at last, but too latw not grudge your sae all tho tinw at Tho Republican Hartford, leaves an Inlant a w.skold th fanners to got out their full crop watch a speck of oil and a cleaning 4tf- - and a boy four years oldy The re- of tobacco. once a year. office. It will increase the afternoon, and Mr. Pierce Philip, who was kicked life and accuracy of your watch. Vacation time is at hand. Why not mains will arrive this Leave your watch wUh us sorvtec-the and seriously injured ity a horse last will bo conducted at have The nviiubllcan sent to you address, and g- all tlw family resldcmo Satuiday niornln.? WoJntsday, is convalescent at your now and In- at 10 o'clock by Jnv. Brun-.-Ikwivo iws? Mr. and .Mrs. James W. Wedding nnnli tut OakwooJ. Saturwent to Dundee shopping Airs. Lum Fraze, of Ulac, Ky.,has , f.-day. Mr. Delmer Bishop, .f wtu-rneto her home after ft Jeweler and Optician, Mitw D.ivl-Gier euteitained a at 7 o'clock Wednesday morning the guest of Mrs. M. d'-daj visit-her- o on-crowd Sur.cuy. of paralysis. For eveml wKb he large Ilu L. Heavrin Kentucky. Hartford, n. in a critical condltion.Tlu-fun-'ia- l present wene Misses Ula Midklff.Lula The Cheapest Place of Earth to buy had was .nptaolunl at Central Grov Mldklff, BiTtlo GMer, Bertlo Neighail kiDda of Seeds. 01ve O.veii, church TaursJ.iy afternoon at two bors,, NolU Whit-housThe OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY CD. Iesrs. Hartford, Ky. o'clock by RuV. Hiram Biawn and Majimo-- Keown, Ina Patton. 29U int. rm3fi folloro.-- l in '.ho cmatery at Rush Midklff, AJphonto and that j)laoe. Mviinbers of the Odd Fel- Buck Howard, Judid Evans and Janus Mr. and Mrs. W, 'S. Tinsh-son, Master Genn, and 5!l6 Saphia low Lodge of Centuntown nttended th Hamilton. a fow days in Louis- srvioos Ja a body and several from Mrs. Mary Hamilton Is on the tick Wownwr t ville tills woik. Acme. Lodao of Hartford also iaid list Singing at this plaoa every WedAire. Charka E. RogxTa and Jlttlo their reapoets to ,thulr departed broth, of er. Coi"h: and Dorothy, daulMa-eTiio diecvasxd Kaves ft ftv'hr, nesday night Is progressing nicely. Everjhcdy is cortd-iallInvlM to atElkton, Ky., ar visiting their ir-ent- s, motbvv and Bisters and brothers. Mr od Mrs. S. K. Cox, tend. BEAVER DAM iMr. Richard Bray liurchased a fine Caipt. W. E. Btaaett luft Monday Juno 21, Rev. A. B. Gardner fill- milch cow one day last wesk. Confor Daviese couniy to visit relatives, after which ho left for Fort Lawton, ed his roanlar opoIni'.n.-ni- t here Satur- sideration 30. Near Sunnydale, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Olay.ton Jtitton visSunday with a largo audl-o:tc- o day Wash., wiwro he. is ctatloned. ited Mrs. IWton's rarents, Mr. and ipreisont. Mr. James N. Ohauiiler, travoling acres of hill to Mrs. John Miller from Saturday un- About 25 Miss Aiddiio Belle OTajilor w.-freight agit fox the L, and N. R Friday to tako the teach-e- til Sunday. R. Co., was in (town Tuesday looking Fordsvlllo Several from this place attended land and 105 acres bottom examination. after their Interests .of his road. dolegaUon' that visited Hart- tho ice cream supper at Sunnydala Tho The iL. and N. Railroad has moved ford Iram ithls place last week for Saturday night and all ropor.t a good land. Good wells. 10 suction hoadouanUira fivjtn Center-tow- n the tho piurpoaa of locating a county hiah time. to Kronoe, whow the conipany in woods, remainder of school at this place euooeuJed. Our has creoted permammt houses tent tlio WH1TESV1LLE. sctcol hulldiiiB Is a .beautiful hrick Eootloa ompioyoos. and farm in good cultivation. June 28. Dr. O. V. Edge Btpucturo. ar.d loca'od in northern Mr. Zaok Kin;, of Rout 1, died at subuubs of our town. Addle McDonald, .Misfits wife, Dr. hto homo SVoJnoBdfiy arteraoon. He Little Miss Audrlo Rhoadce, daugh- Mae Edge, Lucy MoOarty, of Whites - j I W0 DWelllUgS, I WO BamS, pW, DM was was noarly 71 ter of Mr. and Mrs. Davie Hhoadis, is wkh krag ltrtblo. Burial took very ill of malaria fever. Hail S Cr6eK Hartfoid, attondod tho Mtdlcal Sd- jfOUr WlDS. Bolts place yoflberday Bioxniog at MisB Llzzio Barnnis Taylor, who was doty at Hickman Park Juno 20. nf 01 imOUgll CeUiei Run. Mrs. Willie Wallace, of Caiwyvllje, ' TUnS rBxtwd quito ill latt wx is thought L Is viewing relatives hare this vtk. Miss Owtrude Wright, milliner for to be some itwtter. rilCe rfu,nnaMp Barnard & Co.,le!t Monday for Beaver Mr, J. A TuokiT, wjho has of alto .Misstfl Bottle and Katio KlUinger, I Dam, w1hto she will Bpend pari of he been In the mountains superintending u Anni 4tif uiuci uuuiiuaiiuu ap- Y&oattou, lning later for Dawaoa mines, Ja- visiting his family this Carrie and Lucy McCarty for a few Springs and othr cxnts before days, t ,. woJc. .Ho win go soon to 6upeiln-Osto Hartford. Fred Comgton was in Oweiiilboro ply to Greenville. tho mini latti week on ,buein. Mr. Cteyton Rhoads iwont to Only one rcaFri&go has oen Mr. Ova Bartlott and Mies wieitk on business. issued from the County Clerk'n office iMrs In seven days, and that was the one Parl Ashby, of McJlenry, May were mawlod in Owtnsboro last rotunring to bich was issued laat Friday after- Bpent a.fw days last wook with her Saturday, parviiU, M. anr Mrs. John .Pate. yostorday. noon ito Oryllld Llcyd, 19, Sunnydale. Ky. ,1s iMum JUitu BariDcJ wua tlio guost Miss Iscia MasoJi, Fordsvllle, Daniel, 30, both of Narrow. 1, Quality 7.Ovv. and E. P. BARNES & BRO Beaver i k, t Int-T-s- j lt-a- 4 Cham-w-laln- A s s to-da- - r J. B. TAPPAN, Onit-nKtcwn- d i J y Farm a-in- For SaJe ad nt w acres yre Lc tf aim. tm 4t m n-.-ar lto-ans- Onoen-vlHe-la- et i'Mrs. SaraE.Wysong and-Datc- ii WQPi HPHtMIJUjHMi Hi. -- r m" " Wr lit h V in tbwt Keotttahiy worwn beMov Death of Ccrra Lh iwgess. in ue to go an unreaa-onevbwMeW drfaklnf, mlht have z. length of time with out tun-te0. . MM At an early how TJmrwdky morn 0. M. IlildfT more eertoue attention If it Jobs ftwwt MHls mid that "we stay T. Blrkheed, JuK; Clroutt eeurt-- T. When tuned, it will not d bed not bee a taot that he wm Ben D. Rlge, Attorney W. P. MWklff. aw la Jasw X brining up a raw m lon as if It had wb tuaeJ t:W ing June ltthf the taHMi Angel BAKNETT fc SMITH, tho home of Mrs. Msy Burgess heraeU e owner of bis e bm iaoafftbVe of doing anylWBg larly; Ja4lr; B. a. Berrwe, Clertcj T. I for the strliws must btv:oBe and taken from Iwr, beautiful oertata T. CelM, aplMwnnt or dtoagrMdrtla.' and (WetiWxrc. It te, MMter Comwrfeteeer: It. they will Blaek, W1; Pltch fe of Trustee Jurf ruwli T.-. XI. O. Keown h she eooM pewuttck tk women tint if "Bet" m thoy? shld. before thla reason daughter, Cora Lee. ' , We all recognize the iff,' Hartford. DwMFor Hold and 21 yo&r, 3 months y d lva the eh14ren booe ttrrt a zaaa te belplul be auet be ready a new piaaepay not stay In tuno Cora was at her Bleek. Oettrt oonven HARTFORD, - KY. dMb?'lt svomed so at the fowally atar hieteed of Ivlns Von In rehruery and ceBtlnuee three to do disagreeable ttlBga.j time. as loiw M an older one. If you are 23 days old so weeke Will praetlea their profeeeton to all than pmyer and goeeli to meet their weeki; UM Mody ta All. twoweekaj As a boy he should bo teu&vt to do in doubt, it will bo advslable to con- hard to give her up, iwhWe yet courts of OMo and adjoining et .. a faith- eoosd Meafley In Juaa, three a certain amount of difficult things, sult your muilc teacher as to the vounir and loving. "She' weChurch, o husband at the door .with an allur- third Mender In October two weeki. ties and Court of Appeal. Bf tl ful member of Green River ing JuHp when they come hojHo late toecaiwo t&ey are part of the world e(nute4l Klven ta all bustoe It. Weaaing. jimkb, condition of your ln&trumnt. the from tfce orgy lasiead of dtoappro-ln- g. Ceuaty Ceurt.-- R. Rev. A. B. Gardner is which to. their aare. Collettefii,au. the.Pra- work and because It is right that W. S. TlwUy, Clerk, C. B. Bmith, Vour tuning should bo done ,by som pastor. Ifartferd, Courr convenes flret Mee Of Crimifial and Real Batata Law to teach their owg girl aeeo-clateh oh should help. First try to bearing a certificate as a comSpeoialUes. Offleo la Republican buH4 " The best attention was given dear the Monday In eeoh month. in one the fl&e Art of rushing Awaken interest a&d sympathy I petent tuner. Such a certificate Quarterlif Quarterly Court Bsglrw on Ing. cour&e-an- d Cora from the beglnalngof hex suf growler moderately of the work and the good to bo gained h.iw. from thd 'Kentucky lnstltu- as then, let tbe god women who have the fourth Monday In February, May, by a proper performance of tho same! tl6n fox the Education of the Blind" fering unto the end, for he Auguat and November. who first TuesCourt but never, ho, never, crcato a dis- at Louisville, where I took a three highly respeottd and loved by all ana great wealth invest It in more brew- day in of Claims-Conv- and first Tuesday FRANK January long dlatllerletf kittad eries and work toy comiwlllrig years special course m piano tuning knew hr, she was sick so taste for difficult v MoMley, C. suffered so blttorly, that she ssemed of in charitable Institutions, if all Other" County Offleur-- Ky., S.It. F. O. the boy to do it aa a punishment. and repairing. feurveVor; lordsvllle, No. 2; Bernard Felix Assessor, ,IIaxt-forthte should come to pas, the Ibather lot it load up to a reward, This course included a thorough stauy ready and willing to die. ky., n. D. No. 2; Henry Iveacli, KY. HARTFORD, She leaver a kind motherUo sisters would be near at hand and Superintendent, F. Uartfordj Perhaps you have-hoarDr. A. JJ. pihowever slight. of the Science of Accoustics and be llliey, Coroner, Hartford, thr' brothers and a host of friends the liquor interests would all boy Will practice bta profession tn Ohm tho story of tha littla ano History. It gave me a view of JUSTICES' COURTS. and adjoining counties and In tbe Court heaven hound. Caldwell County News who came home from school in tears. tho piano in overy stage of construc- and relatives to mourn her loss. Wo-not dear loved "ones for the B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday of Appeals. Criminal practice and Gel "When questioned, h burst out with, tion, from tha trte in the forest and after 3rd Monday in March, Tuesday af- lections a Specialty. Office la the A Terrible Blunder. will It's" God's is 3rd Monday in June, "I iot a bad' mark, and it is all your the old iron in the Junk ehope, to the loiB ours,our sain. hag" taken from us to neglect liver trouble. Never do it. ter Monday In Septomber, Tuesday after aid building. Tuesday after Srd .that he not iault" gra Aionaay in uecemuer. , piano, ready handsom-sister and Take Dr. King's Now Life Pills on O. E. Soott, Cromwell, Wednesday arte our beautiful daughter, th3 astonished fault?" said "My I Wednesday for tho parlor of the purchas-jr- l cousin, she can never come back to the first sign of constipation, bil- 3rd Monday In March, Wednesday after YANOYL.MOSLEY, mother, "How is that?" after was required to make a model of each us ibut we can go to hen If it be our iousness or Inactive bowels and pro-ve- 3rd Monday In June, September, Wednesday 3rd Monday In "Because you didn't say 'Da a good of the threo types of pianos now in after 3rd Monday In December. virulent indigestion, Jaundice John H. Miles, Itockport, Friday after choice and why do we" weep? When "boy; when I started for school this acuse, illustrating their different Monday in March,. Friday after we know she has passed beyond all or gall stones. They regulate liver, 3rd Monday In June, Friday morning." after 3rd HARTFORD, - KY. jJ tion principles, in order that I might pain, sorrow, suffering and gona to stomach and bowels and build up your 3rd Monday in September, Friday after 3rd 3Iay this not have been true? The m Monday in Iccember. be perfectly familiar with each min- live with her dear father and sister, health. Only 25c at all drugists. Will practice his profession In all tha been suggestion of goodness had J. C. Jackson; Ccntertown, Saturday "adjoining counties, s, ute part. after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday at Courts of Ohio and Appeals. Also Nothere shall ib everlasting Joy and lacking and tha subconscious thought ter 3rd Monday in June, Saturday after and In the Court of Tbosj 'who do not know of tho her troubles and trials of tary Public. Office over First National 3rd Monday in September, Saturday afthe that some ono was expecting achievements of tho Blind, are apt this life are past, still there's a va- A Reliable Remedy ter Srd Monday in December. Bank. Tight things from him wero lacking. M. C. Cook, Ron frow, Tuseday after sightless people cannot 2nd Monday "In February, Tuesday after FOR e-cant plaoi in the home that never ca most to think that 1he question of discipline is a 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd make themselves useful. Bo not let Monday in August, Tuesday after 2nd ficrious-on- e, and either too much or the fact that I am blind ko?p you bj filled. The golden chain is broCHA8. M. CROB JOIIN B. WILSON Monday In NoVomber. ken that can never be linked togeth loo little may do harm. It is first from, at least, giving me a trial. In Thomas Sanders, Dundee. Wednesday again, and Oh how we m.ss dear Ely's Cream Balm after the second Monday in February, bo lnatruct3d necessary ithat they &, who er Chicago, there are blind men Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in August. how to do right, and then show by tun3 a piano and that those great Cora in our home circle and social Is quicklr absorbed, Wednesday after 2nd Monday in Novenv your attitudo that jou expect them work as well as tho selng mva who gatherings, but we have said "good Gives Reliel at Once. ber. on It cleanses, soothes, bye" to her for .the la3ttime C. V. Miles, Fordsvllle, Thursday after to act accordingly. Boys like appre- work with them. Let mo assure hcah and protects 2nd Monday in February, Thursday after HARTFORD, - KY. ciation quite as well as girls, and vou that slcht is not necessary the diseased mem 2nd Monday in May, Thursday after to earth.. by brane resulting from Catarrh and drives Srd Monday in August, Thursday after you certainly ought to be quite as Will praotioo their profeceton In afl grat Funeral eltvIo'b .werejconduated 2nd Monday in November. tune a piano and tha those Rwv. A. B. Gardner, after whlohh'.r away a Cold in the Head quickly. Restores adjoining cour jiroud of your boys aa you aro of piano companies In Chicago J. L. size Monday Fatten, Ralph, Friday after 2nd the courts of Ohio and would Smell. In February, Friday after 2nd ties, end ia the ,Oourt of Appeals. Liberty tha Senses of Taste and by mail. Full body was laid low in the girls. Lot them feel that you Liquid Monday In May, Friday "jour 50 cts. at Druggists or after Srd Monnot employ sightless tun..-r- s If they ground Friday morn'.ngjune Cream Balm for use in atomizers 75 cts. day In August, Friday after 2nd MonSpecial attention given to criminal-practio- e Are expecting things of real worth did mot pay. I made a specialty of burying New York. day In November. Ely Brothers, C6 Warren Street, A COUSIN. 16. world and to collections. Office oa from their having lived in the HARTFORD POLICE COURT. piano tuning because I know that it porfect honesty of purpose C. M. Crowe, Judge; G. D. Likens.Clty Main Si,, opposite Court House. and that blind Is a busings in which many Attorney; Sam Riley, Marshal; Court Spit, Quit, Fit. is a good foundation principle. sucoassfully, convenes second Monday in each month. men hav completed, Councll-- J. moos, Ala. In a letter from this boy to be a noat H. WMllams, Mayor; Try to teach the n0 with tho swing and I believe I am T. Collins, Clerk; S. K. says;. coat place, Mrs. Eula Mae Bradley urer. Members of Council,. Cox,R.Treasand orderly, to hang up his T. Baras ablo as they; but no matter how IV. XT T?nl.. nard. W. J. WillI was Dan . and be able to find his hat without efficient I may be, I must depend up- "I used to spit up ali LTaoln. TXf t. Bnn. a. . juoore. ' imum, ir. My tirod and sleepy all the time. bchool Truntpn help. Teach him how to cook plain on ni.nn Ai.niHMA. tho:e who haw tho work to give W. s. uinsley. Secretarv. c. it. nnm.ii.' . rahut head ached, and I could hardly drag food, for you nevr can tell C. M. Crowe and Dr. E. B. Pendleton. Ohio County me a cuanoj. around. Slcno taking Qardul, this has life has in store for him. Above all, HARTFORD, KY. difference RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Allow mo to mention the now J feel yuito s. Succeed when everything else tills. keep high ideals before them. ReadPity entirely quit, and M. B. Church South Services monrlne All Matters Given Prompt AttenBjmpathy and pity. In nervous prostration and female Bradley suffered from nonvous ing, music, games, proper companion- between and evening every first and third Sunweaknesses they are the supreme day In each month. Sunday School 9:15 tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A the Is undesirable bocauso it merely leads Indigestion. Cardul builds up tho ship, ds qulto as necessary for remedy, as thousands have testified. a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesto contempt; but, if a hlind man can nervous system, and strengthens tho SPECIALTY. day evening, rtev. Vlrgtl Elcln Pastor. boy's home life as for the girls. A. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND do your work as well, to glo it to womanly constitution. "aptist Church Services every Sunday That's why 2. iM. in Missouri Iturallst. morning ana evening. STOMACH TROUBLE Sunday School rran g preference to tho him In s.45 n. m. Prajer meeting every helped Mrs. Bradley wod why 3 it Is the best medicine ever sold Cardui OTTO C. MARTIN S. P. McKEfcBX evening. Kev. bocauso you realize that a blind man it will help you. Try J. W. Bruner. 7 over a druggist's counter. pastor. Jt great disadvantage in many is at a Christian Church Sen Ices every fourth FOR FLETCHER'S m- - ana 7 ni- - Sunday BU?0,y.ni. u lines of ibusinecs, is truo sympathy Official Call. 2:30 p. m. Elder W. B. Wright certainly acceptable. Boar in and is C. P. Church-Sen-I- ces first Sunday in At a rogulan mooting of the Repubmind that I am cot asking jou to each month at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. "" Preservation of the Piano. Ky. -Sunday Hoool 9:15. Pity nor sym- lican Executivo Committee of Ohio give me work throush Houfle on ruilly County held at tho Court SECKET SOCIETIES. .The piano is a delicate instrument pathy cither if you aTe not majority of the -Hartlord Lodge No. C75. v. & . and special coire should toe taken of noudlns the work done. If you try May 20, 1911, and a ormeets first and third Monday night in me and find that my wok.lBj&:fl-clOT- t cpmmlttQaMbolns. iweseatit.aa, each month. Owen Hunter, AV. M., I e Life, Accident, SicK P. Foreman Secretary. I uont you to rejoct it If I dered and directed by sakl'cdmmit-teA piano should not be placed near Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. IT.. that a delegated convention bo outer wall. Damp-iies- a give reasonable grounds for dlsrat-lsfaaUjk window or an Fire. meeis every tiura Saturday night in Jonn T- - More High Priest; ?SchamrS.nth I will auk no more raj for hold at Hartford, Ky., on Saturday swells the wooden parts, causes Tlnsley, Secretary. , July 8, 1911, at 1:30 p. m. Standard WILL ALSO BOND YOU. Hartford Chapter No. 81, O. the keys to stick and impedes the ac- my work. meets second and fourth Monday E. S., purpose of nominating even- .My prions for tuning aro as Xellows: time for the tion mechanism. A Anderson, M'.M, Miss votjd Secretary. A piano should be kept at a safe Pianos, $3.00, ?2.50 and $2.00, for a Republican candidate to bo ElecHough River-LodgNo. 110, Knights of upon at tho regular November distance from a grate or heater. Such gronda, uprights and squares, nespect-tullPythias, meets every Tuesday night. tion for Ropre3ontatlve of Ohio counwarp tho caso heat, if too near, will For organs, $3.00. For my oi r! Iaspan' c' c"' J" Noy Foster' K Assembly, and check the varnish. I make th3 lowest ty in tho next General Hartford Tent No. 89, IC. O. T. M., and repairing work, meets every first and third Thursday it that delegates bo selected on SaturA piano should jvist firmly on all prices consistent with tho tlmo night R. D. "Walker, Commander: L. P. mioet-In1'orcman, Record Keeper. rromptlr ObUlDd its reikis, if not, some rant will takes to do tho work, condition of day, July 1, 1911, at precinct votuul S Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M., all ooantrin. or u l to." Ua obuia pate NTs I to b3 hold at each of tho hive to stand unnotesiaiy strain whlc tho luotrumcut otc. I want only a meets every first and third Friday night THAT PAV lulTtrfiw thom thorongtiiy, at our I I ipensA, juuwielp you to wcce of in each month. Mrs. Attyo Griffln.Lady should 'he avoId.U. if cnu roller dees chance to psoe to you 6batI can ing precincts in tald county ut.thelr In The Contemplation commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Bond mxlol. plioto or tlclch f or FR E C Trfnjt I voting place on Saturday July 'l, 1911 Record Keeper. ou not ritot ilrnily on tho floor, it may mare woiMbrful ctarEW iu old j Ttrr practice. BUR ' Corpenters and Joiners local No. 1SS1, Beauty . PA33INQ RIPCRCNCtS. Forfrea Osid cauw a JariDg council or iu'&Ij. and onjaas. Any time you need at .1:80 p. ra. Staudaid Time. Each meets uootc on Saturday night in each month. v ratcnti wrlU to bo thero is no charm that a woman is Noah 1st proclnct commlttojman should B03-B0- B Skaggs. 1'res,; W. D. Luce, Bric-a-brs. on a ptoo often caii3-- s ma loavo weird with J. V. Cooper Seventh Street,- 1 present at his precinct voting plaaj prouder ot than a pretty sot dX tooth Acme Lodge No. 339, Lrd, ti. sj. a. rattle. If, after ouch has been at tlo CommoTolal Hat J, ar Tha I. O. O. F., meets TheiYumber Beauties who lack this essential and second and fourth Friday night and open tho In jvnicv&l and you are su that each W. H. Hedrlclc Noble Grand of delegates to said convention ap- wlhoso front todii aro a di'.sfipure-rooiv- t, C. M.month. its Harnett Secretary. tho piano pasts firmly on ill ARD1SN P. DGOKrm, T)hlo Tribe No. 1SS, Imp. Order Red pre- -' havo bridge work inserted, as Men, meots second and fourth Wednespollers, the rattle dous not disappear, Profcestonal iplaro aniJ organ turn.? portioned to each of tho various cincts aro as follows: It cannot bo distinguished from tho day night In eatlr month. Jnnies c. Benthen, call in the assistance of jour and ivpalror, nett, Sachem. A. B. Pate, Chief of S Eaftt Hartford, Wo aro exports in natural tooth. L'iitchfloldj repairer. ..7 crown and brldgo work, .gold Inlays Hartford Camp, W. O. W. No. 202 Con-?West Hartford Carpets, rugs and tapestries absorb Kentucky. 0ln,ln,,,nder T'iomas Williams, Clerk, C f1 ?.'. B;da, and plaito work. Tcoucd just aa a towel cr songs) abPreston Morton Post No, 1. Q. A. R., Sat- holds regular Sulphur Springs, of Written guarantee on all work. sorbs water. ,A groat quastliy meetings Saturduy boforo ; 3 isfaction AND THE LUNGS tho first Monday In each month. Ash-a- J Macau, 'tSSf with a o, in overy particular. fiuch Uilnss, un tho 'k Conunander; J. M. Rogers, "B Cromwell, are injuraus to it, musically. DR. H. BELL, JWg......2 Cod Springs, It anything gets out of onaci iu A. S. of B. w,th S ?Sf. y North Itockport, DENTIST, Tour j)iano, do not atumipt to roie-dNational Officers: ."?..w..-- i Qffiee in Republican Bldg. Hartford, Ky. --J'res.l.lent-M. South Roclyjort, same one, it, jourself; but F. Sharp, Narrows, Ky. Vice President J, M. Woods. Select Grave,,-M- "experienced In the Jrualnuw, to do T.yiSccrctary-Trcasurer-B. Kump, InJBotl- Horse Branch, dianapolis. Iud. ......5 It Is a prafoosion jour repairing. State Officers: 9 This is a atrong statement to Roslno, FflR and roqulns a skillful woviunau, II. M. Fromun, Carroll county. Pres. . w.. j??..f....C TtIai Botue Free I T. T. Barrtt, Henderson county Vice Tho strlnaw of a .piano ana steal, make, but it is exactly what Mrs, UxjL Heaver Iam AHD ALL THROAT AND LUIIQ TROUBLES. President. ..C West Boater Dam, contracting in cold weather and exS. B. Robertson, McLean county. s. Thomas Taylor, oi Blum, Texas, G GUAUANTEED SATISFACXOSlTt MoHonry, . panding in hot. it follows, that O. P. Roewcr, Warren county, Stato said in expressing her opinion oi OB KOKY HE5TJNDEIX C fl SUCCEK) I Organizer. BUCKMB'S Gentertown, .... r. aro Eharp in winter and flat in this remedy. C. C. Allen, Henry county, and Lat-tl- e ? Smallhous, ,; SPECIAL OFFER: etuntuer. It la very important that Graves, Allen county, Assistant btata "Dr. Miles Restorative Nervine organ Izors. Kw rMsia tokulllour Boiliiw AtrlUWUl 7 tV liiBt FordEvillo m&ko Ton a piano should not bo allowed to Mrmftoeot coMomtr. Board of Directors. Ben Watson, WarI have raised me from the grave and & Tannics m- - i West Fordsvllle, ren county; C. M. Barnott, Ohio coun. no in a room wksro thore la much confidence In it. I can never ty; A. H. Brooks, Bracken county; it. n. 1 I UlhnntTrtJul)iltn4kl!.u.,beMl '.ir Aotnavillo. Rusty mains Jino in oo'.d wuathor. 1. Ray, Hardin county, and J, F. Boss. tuiu have youit IUoi(WSwMif bi TO iI'LEXhE. to a lay enough for your grand medicines. GDARANTCFD 3 Muhlenberg county. Shrcvo, .'..,. ailns and h'.tIi33 are the rsult of If anyone had offered me $10000 for Mentha this Paper. Ohio County Officers: Write 3 Olaton fi. tbe second bottle of Nerrlne that I Twonlng a piano in a cold damp room. Stevens, Pres.. Beaver Dam.Ky. ?; Henry Plrtle, Sec. Hartford, Ky. 2 otcd I would have said no indeed.'" : Dufoad, room Tho temperature of a music s, pju, iicua., xiuriioru. ivy. SEND 1U u CENTSTaruaal' MRS. THOMAS TAYLOR, .I laamtiwUtaaBipaaiiif IJariKKiH, , iwon tkull 7 nmild be kept as ujar equal as pos COUNT? BOARD OF EBUCVTION, m U, ... o m eolUrtloo ot be4a palpal. UftUwr; Blum, Tex. 1 sible; for sudden and oxpramecbangu. Henry Lach, Chairman, Ilartford.Ky. tlanatcatUMltttariUMaIBBb,iSata,a. ,1 Nervous exhaustion is a com- ucruvo, ,.....- 1. L. B. rflchonor, Hartford, It. F. D. and Dye1!WI datrlmejital of temperature are vory J.W.Bfte. No. q. , mon occurence oi modern lifs. Point Pleasant, to th tuning of stringed instruments. 2. E. ing Hartford, Reynolds, ICy. clone. 3. M. 8. Pattorson. Olaton, Ky. .'.. ....3 As all parte of a piano are not made The wear and tear on the nervous NarroMB, .... .... , i. B. I Alford. Whtto Run. Ky. 3 5. Richard lMumer, Talor Mlnoe.Ky. ft. .of the cine material, they do not con system is greater now than at any Ralph 9. J. L. Brown, Itockport. Ky. ,,. tract uftiformy. Therefore, a piano time since tbe world began. For Pivntis, f(...'. ...3 iV. I tor ton, .... , ... ., .cannot be Bi"auted to stay in tune sleeplessness, poor appetite and that Arnold 3 f!?;- -. , nor is constant uw the only cau9 "run down" feeling, nothing b sq IU,or. ,....." 3 ,T. 'tor theai gsttiuc out of tifna. With AreejpAnar ' w Work 4h ititsUtftble foixstfl of nature and good as 'AMMOi W'-"-lW S2i9sMcrfik many Wo wb tocjJioJ fromtl.o liaro- Itotal the Dr. Miles' Nervine a Numbo" of votes nocossary! are mars, the BtrlBRQ of a piano 77sjb M 'X Club Tour nerves are your life and choice C8. IU B, MARTIN, 'CJt'wilJ. $1.00 oooUnnaUy nhansmg; but an vmd'j3l M P rfM m tack of vital energy makes existence Vtsry ,aro the oliwj.i that tho car J. KDY rOSTJER. Sw'J:. aa xJi' Dr. Miles' Nervine will becomes accus'.onjod to tho omiiery. Among our Exchanges as litr apjar and o per discords Hartford Pressing Gift, tone up your nervous system. .WHISKEY AXD WOMKN-SJmntfrmj i ttrmmtjfffj on ho has used a piano all the Asfcenytfrugglet lfthJlrttQtuefna f?4 Y. M. C. A. ULDO., Tho Kentucky woman . time may not realize tlat It is tad to fcxnf it, your money It returned. y !Jy"out of tune. lod tho Jattth,wrhcod of ..to f3w?? toiUs MXDjcAujio., Etkiurb ;pL' HARTFORD, KY. 8t a'Xvr days ago by saygjia ft . A piano saouM l tuned onco every piUlc ccav.ntioa in ar.o'.aMj&ti, year 01 two. It la injuroufl for- - a Owr Boyi. piano UMt 1 fe ocm-mend- od Directory yaoraatEOKJUL. vls-Itu- nt hr brwke Ktcky irt Attorneys at Law, Me-da- tkli At-&n- tj. ea ene b!er mll-leniu- m d. Attorney at Law, L.FELIX, p nt Attorney at Law hap-pln-ss- CATARRH WILSON CROWE 1mA LAWYERS " Ieat fit-Mr- Electric ':"'." Bitters J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public T t. so-dn- Chlldron Cry AVed-nesd- D-1- O ASTO RIA Martii & McKeiwey Hartford, 1 it atit General Insurance and -- fei",.8, e y. TRADE-MARK- v ?3 ' 1'ront-ibl- fsnrn H' rm "Dr. Miles' Nervine Raised Me From 'j""'C "1" r'.f KELLthe COUCH CURE J. -- the '' Phonos S. Dr. King's New Biseovery Roughs ttffiV u,os -- pi-ic- os SEEDS Sec.-Trea- ln $ TH suits to-da- y; ." u Cleaned i Pressed ..3 mmmsm a "i 4tjrvW r Repairing neatly Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. called for and delivered, rate per, month. i IU. 1 . wSjtifl 7&i4hgt?v&ttJst&iJ Sty, ?Ssi4v&tdty, I Mrrniw I Jr.i.. -- i. jm - 4,-- Jt "Tafwrcc" 75 Tayiero taWwTgueSit of Jlr. and AIns. t James O iyb7?a2 n ft Power O Man Tke Occasion. "Woman's most glorious endWment it the power to nMn Bin iiuiu mo (iuic anu uunesc lore ot a worthy man. When the loses it and still loves on, jo one in the wide world can know the heart agony she endures. The woman who suffers from weak-mes- a and derangement of her special womanly or- rfanism soon lose the power to sway the heart of and a man. Her general health suffers l.A she loses . rfnnrt tnn!ra. her attractive.... r..i.!i!.- d her power and prestige as a woman. Dr. R.V. Pierce, ot Buffalo, N.Y., with the assistance of lus staff of able physicians, has prescribed for and cured many hounda of women. He has devised a suacessM remedy for woman'a ail. known D' Favorite Prescription. It is a positive specific for the weaknesses and disorders peculiar to women. It purifies, regustrengthens and heals. Medicine dealers sell it. No hontil dealer wilt lates, advise you to accept a substitute In order to make a little larger profit. ytfi Mrs". Mlnesithls c4am Keown .who has two very successful schools tatight Taylor nr&lntrt.ieto.ldre&Mrt jeirt n anil rrw? traUtf mark I f it d ftTf1c. how to obuln piUenu. copyrlhU,cta, in ALL COUNTRIES. I umr, llnttam ilirrrtwm . Yaikingtm monfy ana cjun wtj-aieniPatent and Infringement Practlct exclusively. Write or eome to ui St BM trtcta Stmt, epp. VtiUi SUVi hteat 0ac,l WASHINQTOM, D. C. , fnort. I For Sale BeaverIJam, at South will yoar, ttach at Mllary Minos. Real Estate! CO Acres of the finest Rough river bottom land located threo miles west of Hartford. About 20 acres In cultivation. Good dwelling and out btllld-Ing- s. A bargain for $1,250. J" music Stewart has a very large at Mcllenry and Wil- taif liam tir : " Succe3 to the dear old RipublU can whllo w Join with your Cromwell corresprndent for O'Ucar for Governor, Cal p. Keown for Representative of Ohio county acd dawn with the rings and combines. B. Hurrah, "Tls drawing nearer, Tlw day We col&brat! And there Is warning aniplo, We won't Have long to wait. No IT MAKES "WEAK WOMEN STRONG. Dr. Plercc'w Pleasant PelleU regulate and ntrtngtbtq Stomach, Liver and Dowtlt. SICK WOMEN WELL, "A v A single, motion ithan two. complete, SPEED is straight-line, key-for-every-character nwd To till The chldren They know It,. I should" say For what Have thoy r . ' is quicker to make needed to make any character desired on the keyboard of the figtft Only one motion Been doing But watting:.-Fothe day? And It Is an occasion To stln The sluggish breast, The birthday 1- - lightning killed only 169 One's peoplei4n Mils whole country. ohancai ot death by lightning are less .than two In a million. The chances ot death by lightning are loss .tlian two in a million. The chances ef dath from liver, kidney or stomach trouble Is vastly greater, but"not it Eloctric Bitters be used, as Robert Madsen, of West Burlington, ,1a., proved. Four doctors gave him up after eight months of vimilent liver trouble and yellow Jaundice. Ho was then completely cured by Electric best stomach, liver nerve and. kidney rjniody and blcod purifier on earth. Only GOc at all druggists, f tn 1?0G Bitters-Thoy're,th- In Lightning Kills Fow. jjjjnjra Aarnne sending a fttettb and descrlptlnnmay (inlcklr ajoflrtaln one opinion free whelher sui Inrentloa MprohablrPMentaMo Communlrn. tlonsitrlctlycomldeutrikl. IIANCBOOK on Patent sent free. OMest azoncy fortecunngpatonti. t'atenu taken throush Jluun A Co. recelTf) tpteial notice, wuhout charge, lu the A handsomely llrnstrated weekly. Tersest elr cnlatlon of any nHontlde Journal. Terms, M a yenrt four months, L Sold by all newsdnalers. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Wo have 460 acroa of flno bottom land from one and a half to two miles of Hartford, part of It with; timber. Also about 73 acres ot upland belonging to the name tract. '' Ternis cosy. Aif . TtiADE Marks Designs Copyriohts 4c. new one and one-lihs'torr framed building with flvo rooms and1 larga recptleon hall, built out of- - the best selected material. Situated on Clay; and Fredrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. Lot C0x203 feet. Fine well ot soft water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. Good nine room two story dwelling In Centertown, Ky., has good cistern, good cellar, never falling well of water, good stable and other out buildings, one acre lot of ground. A aplendld location for family residence and hotel, price and terms reasonable. Apply to " HARNETT & FOSTER, Agent3, Hartford, Ky. Scientific flnierican. Branch Urate, GJ F BU Waahlocton. D. U. MUNN&Co.36'11 New York CASTOR A I For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Subscribe for The Republican -- $1.00 per year. a nation That seams To stand tha test. Tho day Our sturdy lathers Ot Signature of Tuning Model 1 Slfetaier "Write 0 (ot information to The Smith Premier' Typewriter Company, Inc; ST. 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ESTAnt-lBnc- n BUSINESS COLLEGE IKCOUrOKAIKD moa. . 3.50 Bushel Extra Early New Early G v. lus fs 30 Bushel Honford's Market Garden . $ 30 Bushel Buclcbee's Lightning Espress J 00 Bushel Lettuce. Radith. Tomato and a full line ol Seods, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. Scad for complete catalogue or submit a list of your requirements and will quote prices. Buy direct from the grower Save Money. Write today. Mention this paper. 1308 .... fe.50 Bushel LOTJISVItiiVn, KY. A TO WfiNTEMFfiR "l'ln5er samnle Latest Model allow bicycle furnished by us, AGENT and district to nde snd Our agents everyn here are MUCH TOWH exhibit & Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Greeley was formerly. Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such had. full charge.of . the U. S. Patent-Office- Cook on patents. "Hints to inventors." "Inventions needed." "Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or mode! for ltViu f GREELET&MSlNnRE stim INCORPORATED u wTa WASHINGTON, T. C JL rn'i- - Thare la more Catarrh In this section ot the country than all other diseases put togothos, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced IE a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure iwlth. local treatment, pronounced it Incura ble. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires treatment. constttutlenal Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Oheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is tho only constitutional cure on (tho market. it Is taken Internally In doses from 10 drops to a teaspoon-fu- l. It acta dtroatly on the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. fThey offer one hundred dollars Xor any cawo It falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address: F. J. CHE.VBY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 7Cc. Take Hall's Family Pills for con, m stlpatlon. H. W. BUCKBEE Backbee St.. Rockford Serd Firms. Rockftr4.lt M5CAILS H(WZIHE Ladies' aye MneT and Keep in ' Style by Reading McCall's Magazine and Using McCall Patterns Mrfill'. M.fiiin.wlll snd bats. Now Fashion Doslcas In each Issue. Also nlunblo information 011 nil homo aud per-soi- al Only matters. GOc rt year Including a frco pattern. Sub scril o today or send for freo samplo copy. McCtll Pit'.enu n 111 cnablo you to moko In your own homo, nltliyouronnliand') clothlnisfor ytfurself and children which will bo perfect In st?Io and fit. lTlci npno hlchcr than 15 conts Send for frco Pattern. Catalogue. ( We Will On Ym Fiu Prruntt for ccttln.' sub' scrlptious amonc your friends. Sund for freo Prenmim Catalogue and Cash Prizo Offer. KJfMlrJllll ssssWlI4JsJ which time you may nde the bicycle and uui n ;u jnir icBi tou nisn. 11 yvu are men nor penecii) aausnea or oo not wua ta Keep the bid cle ship it back to us at our expense and you will not b out eru cent. furnish the lushest trade bicycles it is possible to aua CflfiTflRV PDIP.rC at abov Mtual factory cost. Yoo ave u by buyine direct to fii middlemen's prohts ?s ?""" t"?nl of us and have the manufacturer's euat antee behind yourbicycle. DO SOT 1SDY abicicleora pairot tires from unyoni ot any true until you recene our catalogues and leam our unheard of actors trices and renjrkaSlt tpccUl ejftrs to rider agents; VfiH HILL RP HdlUHIdtltU uhen ou receive our beautiful catalogue ant, ,tudy our superb models at the wonderfutl Imifrvet we can make ou this j ear. We sell the highest erade bicycles for less monei We are satisfied uith li.m nmtit aivtp f.ctnrv mtt. than anv other factorv. you can sell our bicycles under sour name Dlate ai our nnces. Orders tilled the div received. hinrt hlm-- t HECONDUANU UICVCLMS. We do ml rmmlnrlv tiinM! in-h4 USUlllv hlVC a number On hard tflLn In trad hv nur I .hirar-- retail .tnr.. nttfe n promptfy at prices from S3 88 SIO. mailed free. NO aiONIIV KKUlltitKil until ou reccue ancfapprove of to anyone, in the u. b. without a cent defustt In advance, TEN DAYS' FIIKK TUIALdaiin: fritay bicycle. reiekt, and Tihls "' on kooplns you posted on Ibo latost fashions la 50 cluthos c.ipcnsoby liolp you dress stylishly at n moderato COASTER-BRAKE- The regular retail true el these tires is ver vutr uitt ui inirpu.ic we iviti ' f 1 fTLWWWfaWT ' SellyeuasamfiletairorHJOicashU'itiorJerUSS). FROM PUNCTURES NO MORE TROUBLE NAILS, Tacks or Glas Mill not let the ttlr oat. Sixty thousand pairs sold last jear. Over two hundred thousand' pairs now in use. DESCRIPTION! Made kj alt siiei. Itis lively BYr'SSSSa'J.'i- . ndeasynding.verydurnbleau lineatnside wltn. SSlBSBSSVSSFHiHSJfJfafJJfJfJfJfjy ii1am taa 'ISBSBIBBBBBBM w 1 a special quality of rubber, n hiclt never becornes porous and which cloes upnn Dunctures without allow . . i ..r ..... ma. rni.ir it rrA If Ine the air to escape. We have hundreds of letters from satis. 8 50 jji HEBGETE90RN Ha 'JS'lS'ArLvM PONCTURE-PROO- F TI.j. paru '""" l.r SELF-HEALI- TIR A SAMPLE TO INTRODUCE, ONLY PAIR 4" 0 LBH sisl rf THE UXXU. COMPANY. 239 la 249 (Test 37th St, NEW YORX lMWiWMSMMMnaBiIJ(HHBiaiHHIMHH Earliest Stars and Stripes. fl. Jl jOUR CLUBBING RATES. The Republican. and Louisville Herald.. . al Globe-Democrat JUR VJT The Reptblican 1 IJKThe Republican TnE Republican The; Republican The Republican ' i P Thk Republican The Republican The Republican The Republican The Republican Tra jkxpubjucan $1.35 Courier-Journ1.50 and 1.75 and St. Louis 1.25 and Home and Farm Inquirer 1.75 and 3.25 and Louisville Daily Herald .' 3.25 and JJaiiy uwensDoro inquirer Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.75 and 1.75 and Kentucky Farmer and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.50 and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer and Farmer $1. 25 and Weekly Inter Ocean Twice-a-WeekOwensb- The earliest suggestion of stars as Is a device for the American flag the found in a poem published la 10, Massachusetts Spy on March 1744,la which U tho llno,'"Phe Amer ican ensign now sparkles a star." The first Instanw known of the use of thirteen stripes upon an American banner is found upon a standard to the Philadelphia troop ot light horse in 1775 and which la now in possession ot that troop. pre-sont- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. Good Positions Drwibon givw WMl A Peep Into the Pocket. would show the box ot Bucklon's Arnica Salvo that B. S. Loper, a "I of Marllla, N. Y., always have never bad a cut, wound bralee, or eor It would not soon hoal." he writes. Greatest healer ot burns, bolls, scalds, chapped hande ami Upe, fovaroras, eczema, coma and pitas. 23c at alt dragists. m If you have trouble tn getting rid of your cold you may know that you ore not treating it props-ty- , Thre Ja no reason why a oold should1 hang on for weeks asd tt.wlil not If you take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, m For sale by all druggists. car-rloa.sktu-erupUo- er, McCALL PATTERNS Celebrsted for style, perfect fit, simplicity and reliibilrty nearly 40 years. Sold In nearly every city and town la the United States and Canada, or by mall direct More sold than any other milie. Send for free catalogue. MCCALL'S MAGAZINE More sobtcribors than any other fashion fEagaeiae million a month. Invaluable. Lit. csi Kyica. paucrns, orcssmaKinsr, millinery, A plain tewvig, fancy needlework, liairdrcstlng, ttquette, good stories, etc Only CO cents year (worm aauoicJ, including a free Darters. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy. WONDEKFUL INDUCEMENTS . to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue cash prise offers. Address and TBI UcUU CO. Do to MS W. Hill St, KTW T0U and "D," also rim strip "111 up once or twice in a whole season. They weigh no more than to present rlra cutting. This) inordinary tire, the puncture resistinijqualltlcj being given tire srlll outlast any otherr thin, specially prepared fabric on the by seieral Uers of tnako-SU- rT. ELASTIC auif. tread. The regular price of these tires is JS 50 per pair.but for UASY ItlUIhG. u 8pccii laciury price 10 sarenisiDKpurposcn vc arc uuiuuk the rider 01 ouly $i 60 per pair All orders shipped same day letter is received. We ship C O. Di or aonrovsl You do not pay a cent until you base examined and found them strictly as reDresented. we wiu allow a raain discount of 5 per cent (thereby making the Driee H4.5A tier nalrl if voir send FULL CASH WITH ORDUlt and enclose this advertisement. You run no risk Ira sending, us an order as the tires may be returned ot OUK expense If for any reason they aro not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as in a. bank. If vou order a nair of thee tires, vou will find that thev will ride easier, run fatterJ wear better, last longer and lock finer than any tire j ou have ever used or seen at any price. We know that ou will be so well pleased that wnen vou want a bicycle ou will trive us your order. We want you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer. cion't buy any ktna at any price until you send for a pair or pa VYIfaT MCim TiBST Ilcdzethorn Puncture-Proo- f tires on approval and trial at aflBMa the special introductor ftr price quoted above: or write for our biz Tire and sunarv Catalogue which; . . . . ". nan ine oescnoes ana quotes an dukcs and kinds of tires at aoour. t..."lL usual prices. " Dul INK i' nl postal touay. 1111 isuxino a bicycle MiflT tAA WYMII or a pair of tires from anyone until vou know the new and wonderful' kMU r offers wc are making. It only costs a postal to team everj thing. Write it NOW. "A" and puncture' strips "lr fti ntfl If ""' rti or J. L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILU mrWftMPatrons FourFif ths of Your Store Were Won by Four-Fift- hs AdvertisingAnd of These Would Be GILLESPIE BROS. W.H.&.F, GILLESPIE Lost if You Stopped Advertising! Newspaper advertising is a part of all worth-tyhil- e a part of it which patrons particularly value. For keeps them In touch with your it your sales, tho arrival of new 8tocl& the showing of novelties, the buying opportunities which your store must create for Its friends. The advriinjr becomes the link between tho store and its clientele. "They ejepock'the store's advertising to SERVE THEM "not now and then," not partially; but ALWAYS, and fully! To aurtail tho advertising in volume or frequencywould mafce the same impression on them as though you moved into smaller quarters and cut down your frco of clerks and workers. To INCREASE your advertising to make itraoro complete as "atoroNors,"asa','marketlotttr," as a bulletin of bargains will have the effect of enlisting a lot of new strtfriends every day, and of winning anew all of the old ems! Store-service Proprietors store-event- s, 'Capital, KCai, ttttieaa or rafoud tultlea. IS years contmcts-bwdc- ad by chain of SO CoileBr$300F0G0.0. W imcww iKauuvuti uuum iwimiwhb wa BEAVEJLDAM. TJw several wees drouth was Monday wlth a gentle rain. ' bro-o- a B LACKSM1THING AND REPAIR WORK BOOKKEEPING UraQghona competitors, by not accepting Farmers are rady for the wheat hk'propositioa.concede that Da teaches .more thresher in this locality. Draughoa cAi c than they do in si Bookkeaplnc in thw montna fcfee euper The road gnukr ua vwceyoa. 75 per cent of the United StaWe Court rRepcrt-ftMlU- vision of Mr, Diroh .Wilson Is doiig A IS e write the system of Shostband Draughea good work oa t&g Croaiwell road. ' Mrs. Hood Harrison, who has beua taaehea, becauae they know it fe THE BST. ' -- n' LA1AUVUUU ". FTAK nimir,nni!V .A UVl " 'V?'i"' 'Wl, T.aam TJoroiJ." quits siek la out ogata. "'7i""V Hee. Uxafra .Taylor y,tM has typhoid wfckfci expkiR all, call on or write JOHN r. DKAUbtlUN, ttMM fever la doiac ally. DRAUGHOtt'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE, Prof. C, C. JuiUoe la speaelag S0OBFO11TS CtlfiDTU Vn illill K rt "f-X- T-" Horseshoeing: VJ a t Specialty. ' va-ctl- KYANSYIIXS, ADUCAH, NASHVILLE, ST. LOUIS, STRWGHILD, MEMPHIS, fatally here. Miss Ijotwiu Napier, of Owaboro, wlth ill Hartford, - Ky. rVrTMMWWrVrVW Bzse Ball News KlTfTV 0 arda 12. Throe basa hits, Eanwtt, Home nn "Anwct in & mnn3. Umpire .Fred HqberUw, of Hartford, and Roy Cress, of .Uvemore. Great Hopkins County Fair Madisonvilie, July 18, 19, 20, 21, 22. Special Train Service on MLH. & E. at Reduced Rates. President. J. A. FRANCEWAY, Secretary. ii - were In Bpl.'iidld shape. These toatna DA!,L GAMB. w- It Is atran&o that a fellow connot Clarkavlll and Hon- - hve .played two games, the On July tlw lug won by Iktavcr iDfttn,aud the cioxt go to a ball ame and act decent at Aerson (formerly MoLiunsboni) clubs championship loast. Wo notice recently tht. thero will play the cunva echijiu'.ed lor that grime vrtll l.cldo tho The are a few f .Hows who raateeita point be;,wevn tu two assergatlor-s- . tlftta at Central Cl.y Athletic Park In to get drunk At tlw Saurdy afterCentral CI y, K tituchy. A largo crowd soore: no noon ball gamo. If they have C. C. GIVENS, as 13 xpectAl to attend thl game rosp"ot for themselves they ' should MctlBNRY clubs thoao twocld)aarofinrt.tllr.toJDn H recognlzo tho otlier pooplo AD at least at ntw? linth n.m ulaylnir uxocl ball 0 ,..4 O. Reud, 2 b who would like to enjoy the game. CROMWELL. preaent,and the followers ot tun sainio W. Smith, 3 ,b 0 4 When the Hartford team went to , Is In Oontral Ckty and surrounding Juno 2G. Mtea Ellen Haven 1 4 cf R. get thjlr outfit of glovos, .balls and very sick, at present, having underwlw onjoy seelrg good lall W. Keunoll, 3 a 1 .3 bats after the game Saturday they gone a very serious operation for games, should not let this oppontun 0. ReynolJi, p 1 ....4 found that about. $15 worth had be-'f-l itv Kuu. ajj this no doubt will ,. bo A. Madiox, 1 f an abcoss In her side this afternoon. 0 3 - . ... .. " ....r stolen. It Is said that ithe manage- Drs. Taylor and Allen performed the E 0 Oaa DC KM D 3 cson r f R ment knows tho guilty parties, and operation. Sbo stood It quite- well. 2 ttta mmds. SWb U ao amatouc game. 4 c; T ohampton. thoy would do well to remember that om U Um regular) Miss Mario Rogers has typhoid fe,3 Mi 1. E AndrjW3 t b theso It is Juat as muoh agalnat tho law to ver. Sho Is doing quite well at this Mh anmas olajed between steal baseball geeds as It is to steal time. C fcwn teams, and the reason It h to' 29 5 Total anything olscatid that Judge Wedding Uwy w tfc.. bo played in Outml Rev. A. B. Gardner preached here holds count In Hartford every month. last-nigto a good slzod audience. the law will not P'rrmlt Sunday ball BHAVEIt DAM AD R II winM to bo playod In Olarl avliv. Green River Baptist Church celeany 0 We Invito anyoco who has 0 4 last brated her 75th anniversary this game la scheduled to be play- A. Petere, p Item ot intorest concerning tho base- Sunday. Quite a large crowd gather0 0 4 I. C, North and U. Williams, c od. Trains on tlw cf tho county to write ed In tho morning for tho sermon by ball .....4 0 0 South, have been practically assur M. James, 1 tb or telophono us. We aro endeavor- Bro. Gardner. 0 4 0 who niayK. Rummage, 2 b the senvl&es After ed to accommocate thoso ing to make ithls department inter everybody was Invited to pantnko one 0 0 4 and w. Taylor, s s attend from jltlwr direction, esting to (the fans, and wo feel that of the finest dinners on the ground 3 1 1 the L. and N. regular schedule is n. Taylor, 3 b 1 0 3 as to accommodate everybody c. Taylor, r f National, that was ever spread In the Green such Rol Riley, of the First 1 1 3 who may desire to so on that road, E. M. darter, c f game and nevor falls River country. After dinner we never misses a 0 0 3 to q condensed history ot the and the gamo will bo failed at 2:45, L., Stevens, to read our dope. He eays this deHtay to thus enabling everyboey partment Is the most Interesting fea- church by tho pastor, and then the 4 3 2 32 Total. through tho entire ganw and catch roll, past and present, was called. ture of The Republican. Merc!. ''innlng3 I 2 3 4 G C 7 8 9 T It Is being apreclated by the baseball Then we wene dismissed by Bro. Gortheir train after the game l over. 1 0 0 6, fraternity 0 homes, Captain Freeman and his tribe ot jioII:nryi 2 from the liberal support don and all went to their 2 e000100 ball prayers from Llvarmore, unloaded B Uam they are giving us. Address all let- pleased with the hospitality of the people of Groen River. 'May sho prosIn Hartford last Saturday with a smile ters to The Hartford Republican. I' per In the years to come as she has that seemed to say we liaj cmo to Throe base hlU, Reynold?. Two base hlis, Thonpe. but soon found cop a double-hoadiNOTES ON SATURDAY'S GAME. In tho past. Siruck outby Reynolds 10; by Peters ."Wakeland's wild throw in the 7th that tlwy wero up aga.nst we ixw-Mls3 Ruth Hunley, Beaver Dam, Is thing ar.d lost tho gani3 to inning caused Llvermoro to make a spending tho week with .her ohum, 6. Hits off Reynolds 3; off Peters Dam, iby 9 to 7 and the ejoond score. Miss Corlno Tllford, of this place. Stolen bas3, Thorpe, Klnnell, Reyto Hartford by a score of 8 to C. Buckley made ono of the finest catc We have had fine rains In the last nolds, Carter and Peiters. es In tho 5th ever witnessed. It was fow days and every thing ba.3 been The Hartford boys will cro33bats Sacrifice hits, Edward and Reed. kregular professional playing. refreshed so ithat farmers are helped next Saturday with old Hickory and L'j6t on iba3y3, MoHenry 3; Beaver "Happy iHoolIgan" gofhit In tho up very much over the prospect of a game wl'jh eachitoam; Dam 3. Adaburg for a by Barnett. but made a score good crop. ' Umpitv) Pnnman. Attendance" 500. back so keep your eyo on the double-heathe same. Just Wheat is about all In the stack;and That, 1 hour and forty mlnutos. ( Llvermoro sported some pretty nice Mr. E. .E. Rogers has begun threshplay uniforms which were decorated with ing near here. On July 4th, Hartford ywlll Tihe Llvenmow team was well caused bo Island at Oentertown, this will Mrs. Jeff Taylor and little daughhere Saturday iwlth visitors letters "L. G." These letters the sacond game with Island boys from their honu town, and quite a many questions to be asked as to the ter, Margerite, Hartford,' visited her this year. Hartford won thi f .rst gamj number of young ladles came along meaning, and it was left to Mr. 'McD. mother ,Mrs. CMood Cooper and other and of course oxpjcts to swipe the The ladLa were Mlaso3 Fronda Tmin-boI- I, Fair, of Soddy, Teiih., who witness- relatives last week. Mr. Taylor come problem, out second, dan't forsjt the diy 135 years the last few days and went to Anxa Coin, Ethel Morton, Louis ed the game, to solve the a.fter Mia canure of 'Dunker Hill. Laura and he said it meant "Look Good." Davis, Mary Acker, Annlo Green River Sunday. He Is greatly The Livermoro aggregation was cer- Improved in health. Rowan, Rjb.'cca Shultz, Franoes Mose Three Barnett pitched Hartford to anoth- ly, an'd Mia. J. It. Mcoely, who was tainly afraid of the water. Mrs. Travis, Hartford, visited her a parents, er victory last Saturday while Rlok-ard- 's chaperono. The trip was made In tlme3 they quit playing because Air. and Mrs. T. C. Strat-to- n the up. The Hartford curws avjm poundtd to a bat, and the party returned Sun-Ja- y little rain came last week. Her little daughter, wantfour corners of the garden, Harnett 4 boys claimed that tho visitors murnnsg. Laving here at Geneva, who had been here for some had speed to Iburn and curves which o'cloik. ed an excase to quit entirely. time returned home with her today. angles. "It Capt. W. B. Bennett, of .tho 25th, shoot from 49 Mrs. Tim Daniel and son Chas., o you don't .boUeve It ask Uwotom." Dam tok anathor game Sat Infantry, U. S., was one ot the'vlsit-or- visited tho family of Mr. Layman at the game, but did not get to ICahn. uiay af tornoan when It playvd against look J Little "Sookle" Walcoland 'on the Hartford grounds. see muoh cf it for he was mingling Seme of our young people are think after the secend sack like an old 3ou.e 9 to 7 and Beavr Dam did with old friends tho grjater portion Ing of going down the river on an wltli ono chicken, but "Soakl" not Lat hi tlie ninth inning. Eattor-r- of the time. heu l Evansville excursion to meat the couldn't hare uny luck with a groundus For Live! more.Fiayce p; iMosaley Estll Thomas did not fall to deliv- bhext Saturday. er. c. For Beaver Dam, Taylor and er tho goods, and was at homo when Mr. Delmer Stewart, who ha3been support Anient p; Otler.Janvjs and D. Taylor It came, to catching "fllee.'" was given gilt attending the Bowling Green BusiRlokard No Creek fans wero prominent at ness College, returned home Friday, but no place was UIji care of like p. Umpire Rsy Cross, of Llvermone. the p. m. on the Steamor Evamsvllle. the game and combined with Gentry looked arter the lott Prank Tlw double header at Har.tford SatHartford boys in roatdng for ithe Logarden. Miss Battle Wise, Rockport, visiturday afternoon a'ltract.d the largest cals. Suned the family of Mrs. ICeown, been "Pup" Thomas was right there on crow! cf any game tlia. has Frank Gentry, ot Llvermoro, never day. played at Hartfoid Uhls season. The the Job overy minute of lw game". fannud a single tlms. Ho was one of His catcll cf Bucl;ley'3 short fly in crowd a3 twttaia iid at 300. the 'best batters on bla team. Saved His Wife's Life. of the fifth was the clasilfit bit Wild throws made by tho Locale "My wifo would have been In her The game Saturday afternoon belot Holding pulled off on Che local ;'-grave writes O. H. Brown, tween Hartford and Llvormore in this were a feature of the game. this yur. "Jack" Reudur, one cf the old time of Muscadine, Ala., "If it hod not bee. city wu.3 unduubUrdly tlw best game Taylor ipKohed a fine game far plajJ htr ibis for Dr. King's New Discovery. She It was in? players, held third base down. Damv, Situiday, aad with th Horbert Klrg, .catcher for Hartford, was down In her bed, not able to t t rg fr.m tlu f,:it inning, and Beaver auppott ghvin Mm anl the timly F'I'tolwr nan'jt wf In botUr trim failed to make his usual homo run get up without help. Sho bad a whu he was playing with the Lo"swatting" hy hw tjain won the thnn ver, and It a3 acknowl-jdgebronchial trouble and a dreadgome. by all that h won the game for the cals. However, he batted one time ful cough. I got her a battle of Dr. for Bsavor Dam against Livormore King's New Discovery, and she noon Tho Beaver Dam tram wa3 ifoat-o- d loaals. Ihs soorj; got his hanw run there- - began to mend, and iwas well in a and at McHur.rj ly Moli'Ciy SJiiliy Innlnss Next time we want him to save It short time." ! 2. Hartford Infallible for coughs of 5 t afternoon wi'h a t for Hartford. and colds, Its tho moat reliable remtin Livarmorie The featuro tf Hi gan: pitching of 1 M an! It j io!d.3. Bo h Struck out Ly Baroott 9; by Rick- Ament, of Beaver Dam, substituted edy on earth for desperate lung trou ble, hemorrhages, lagrippe, asthma, for Cleye Her in "tho acond Inning. hay fever, croup and whooping cough. Charl-- y Freeman, .Manager Llvormcre teaim, was oue ot ..the 50c, $1.00. Trial bottle freo. Guaranm teed by all druggists. busiest men on the grounds. bk om-munlt- y, EtW-ardJ- roro$s4&$$$$ss$$$ Reductions In yix n.-..- - ht MILLINERY! 41 ev-mt- lls-ton- od If h In order to rid our stock as near as possible of every seasonable Hat, we have made special prices on the majority of our stock. Millinery at ad- -' i XV II 10 10 10 I jr i or vantageous prices to the purchaser can be had at this store from now on to the close of the season. You will be surprised at the d- Hat You Can Buy For $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50 If you are interested at all in Hats, we can serve you well. drtf-;r.s- :it r Liv-jrmc- E. P. Barnes & Bros. BEAVER DAM, KY. e$SSS9SS999SSSSS$9S&$ in-s- so-ve- re j 201110003 4010001086 1234GG789T FOR S1E vj ed Meal. German Millet Seed, Fancy Southern. Fancy Whippgnvill Peas. Home Grown Peas. B. A. Tlopms' Improved Stock and Poultry Remedy, and Hog Powder. Every package guaranteed. Minor's Fly Oil for Stock. Minor's Disinfectant Fluid. Chicken Feed Cracked Corn, 2 sizes; Wheat, Atlas Chiak Feed, Atlas Hen Feed, Mica Crystal Grits, 3 sizes; Oyster SJiells. of,-th- SATISFACTION Usors of carbon paper should try tho famous "Echo" carbon paper. Juno 21. Tho farmers In this neighborhood are needing rain very bad, Guaranteed the best paper on the we have had no ralu tor a mouth. market. Sold by Tho Hartfotxi Republican. 44tf. There is scarsoly, any tobaoco set. Mrs. J. W. Keown and cldldren, of Central City, are visiting relatives SELECT. Number one Clover and vest" and "Cream of Wheat". Madisonvillo Bolted Meal, Timothy Hay, mixed. "Quail Brand." Number one Clover Hay. First-clas- s Feed Corn. Hartford Mill Co.'s UnboltCorn Chops. . Corn Feed Meal. Alfalfa Meal. Crown Alfalfa Feed. Acme Horse and- - Mule Feed. Bran and Ship Stuff, pure wheat product. ., Best Northern White Oats. Rock Salt. Barrel Salt. Lhne. Owensboro's Best Patent Flour, "Clifton." Madisonville's Best Patent Flour, "Bob White." Irvington's Best Patent Flour, "Noae Such." Hartford Mill Co.'s Best Patent Flour, "Creanr of Har lwre. Ruv. ' . Laoefl-el- ii! preached at the. church here Sunday. Mr. Mafitiu Embry, of Balzitown, r ha3 typhoid fever. Mr. Robert Swain, of Prentis, was In town Suuday evening. Floy Mlssvu Claud'.e Jan3 and Kown visited In Cromwell a fewday la&t weak. sS sS $ A A sS of r T HE value printed well- - neat-appea- If f , P. Kaown, of,' Hartford, was la town recently taking leases on land. Dr. Allen and family, of Cromwell, and vlalttd Mrs. M. 'F Langford family Sunday. Mr. Cal. ' ing stationery as a means, of getting and holding desirable business has been amply demonstrated. Consult us before going elsewhere. i"l Jones' Pure Animal Matter Fertilizer, mado bythe Jones' fertilizer Company, of Louisville, Ky. ' Dividend No. 2. As per Qcder, Ohio Circuit Court, Juno term, 1911, 1 will at my oIUcm in Hartford, Ky., on July 1, 1911 all pay a C per wot. dividend on vertfiudtacd (1M claim properly against the Ohio County Bank, ' &UBO being (MvWend .No. 2. " a. b: PATE, ' Assignee Ohio Co. Bak. 49t2 THOMAS MONUMENTAL WORKS HARTFORD, KY. r-f . sfi A a st st flfi Th W.E.ELLIS, Produce Man, HARTFORD, KY.