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The Hartford republican: July 7, 1911 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 hao1911070701_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: July 7, 1911 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. &I)C Fin Job Work. Itotfxrtft DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL JIIE PEOPLE ftjegndrisam. OF OHIO COUNTY. Subscription $1 per Year No. 51 TOBACCO CROP VOL. XXIII. HARTFOKD, OHIO COUNTY, JCY., FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1911. the best improved land in Logan county. Charity Hilton, 00 years old, and .blind, was persuaded to kavo South Union by the Porter woman, and suit .was brought to. re cover her interest In the colony prop erty. The count holds Charity Hilton may return to South Union if she sol wishes and will bo entitled to care and protection there. 3,000 acres of Mccreary won NOMINATION NOTICE County Republican Mass Convention at Court House, Hartford, Ky., Saturday Boonevlllo, Ind., Sunday for a ten days or two weoks visit among relatives. Mm. Belle Parson went to Evans-vlll- e, a Ind., yesterday to epond weok or ten days. Several from horo attended the 014 Soldiers Reunion in Centertown. today WILLBE SHORT About Fifteen Per Cent De Last Saturday For Gover- nor of Kentucky. Lieuteatant Governor and Auditor Places are Still in Doubt. THE TICKET. United States Senator ,For OLLIE M. JAMES For Governor JAMES B. McCREARY For Lieutenant Governor In doubt. For State Treasurer. DEMOCRATIC THOMAS G. RID3A Baptist Church. J. W. BRUNER, Piaator. Baraca Business session of the class Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Sunday Sohool at 9; 45. Dr. E. W. Ford, Superintendent. (Morning worship at 10:45. Theme of sermon, "Observance of the Sabbath." B. Y. P. U. meeting at 7 o'clock. Evening worship at 8 o'clock. A welcome for all In these services. and officials of Business men Hartford and Ohio county aroglvea a special invitation to attend church next Sunday. The theme at the Baptist Church will next Sunday morning, 10:45, of the Sabbath." be, "Obsenvance We extend a special Invitation to our town and county officials and to tho business men those who are to take the lead in obeying the law and Would enforcing it upon others. like also to have tho housekeepers (whoveook moat all day Sunday), tho the toll players, (those who go on Sunday), the Sunday visitors, the reader of the Suneverybody day paper in fact, let come Tho sermon ,wlll not consist of hard sayings, but it will bo a plea Sabbath. Special for God's .Holy music will ha rendered and we hope to make the service very profitable. plc-nioe- rs m m afternoon, July 8, all. Republicans urged to attend. For Secretary o State C. F. CRECBLIUS For Superintendent of Public Instruc- w tion BARKSDALE HAMLET For Commissioner ot Agriculture J. W. NEWMAN For Clerk ot Court ot Appeals R. L. GREENE Louisville, . Ky., July 3. With the twenty five from, returns full state In the missing counties wide Democratic primary held Situr-da- y, there are itwo races which are still In doubt Hheso missing counties are practically all In the .Tenth and Eleventh congressional districts. governor The races lor lieutenant are close contests. .and state auditor From reports Deceived by the Courier-J- in the lieutenant governor's nace James P. Edwards leads E. J. McDennott 141 .votes. (These ournal I Laffoon same returns show Ruby 3,711 leading Henry M. Bosworth votes. .Aleager reports from same ot tho missing counties Indicate that MoDermott may overcome Edwdrds' lead. The countdes missing are claimed by the Bosworth managers to have rolled up .heavy majorities for their candidate. Whether Mr. Bosworth can gain practically 4,000 votes In these counties is a question. The Lattoo'n managers eay that their candidate has won the race .by at least 2,000. Great effort was made to obtain some information concerning tho governor and auditor's races in these counties, but to little avail. Telephonic communication could not bo had with most of them, while with priothers the vote in Saturday's counted. .The mary had not been case with Union county, which had not tabulated the state vote, 'was that a .primary for county offices iwas also held Saturday. The same trouble existed. In' Hardin county. The counties missed by. congressional districts are as follows: First district, Second district, OarHsle; . Union; Ninth district, Boyd, Lewis, Rowan; Tenth district, Elliot, Batill, Floyd, Johnson, Knott, Martin, and Menefoe, Pike, Powell r Wolfe; Eleventh district, Casey, Clay, Jackson, Leslie, Monroe, Owsley, Perry, Wayne and Whitley. iMcCreary's majority In the race for the nomination for governor, .will reach 30,000. Garnett has won over O.ILPollard far attorney general .with about the sania figures; Hamlett for Superintendent of Public Instruction, will have about 25,000 (plurality ovor Lltterall and Eubank; J. W. Newunan mods a runaway raoq for cojnmlssdon-e- r of agriculture his plurality probably bjlng larger itihan that ot for governor. liuu-tenant -n, -ry Uncle Sam's big Surplus. r Washington, July 1 .Revised estimates indicate that the closing cl.' the fiscal year 1011 today iwlll find tffco Federal treasury showing a surplus on all ?33,000,00 of approximately from Receipts ordinary accounts. Indicate Panama. Canal ibond saloa that thoisj will .be no total deficit on aoaouat ot oanal operation. . Shakers will not be Dissolved. fTlw Society ot Shakers, or Shaking coundoci-sta- , Quakor,of South Union, Loan ty, will not b dissolved. fTae n wo reached la the t edaral aourt Waiter Hvana pasesd on whea th aw ot Mary K. Pe?tw and Charity HlKpa again. Loa& Join and oUmts. T4w plaintiffs bad wklfor a al of the property, ooastotlBg ot Jde purchased Judge J. P. Miller house and lot, als3 his bank stocks and All Over the Country. will take charge of the bank in the COURT OF INQUIRY HELD CENTRAL CITY IS THE i: near future. NEXT MEETING PLACE Mr. R. Wimp, of No Creek, was Frankfort, Ky., July 3. Thattbore- YESTERDAY MORNING In our neighborhood a few days last wlll bo no new record niado by the weok. tobacco orop cf the United States Mr. and Mrs. John King, Btaver Is a fact cLarly Indicated by a County Attorney Smith Goes Af- For OldiSoldiers Reunion 3,000 Dam, has iboen in our community for thorough canvass Just completed la ' g tho last week . all the Important People went to Centertown ter Violators of Law SevJohn King and Wlnsan Smith kill- sections ot tlie country. In many ed a nice bunch of squirrels last localities tho farmers, after having The Fourth. eral Warrants Issued. Thursday evening. had a somewhat prolong d period ot Rev. Tuok filled his appointment at advancing prices, have .become dissat A Th? Old SofUers' Reunion Cromwell last Friday night isfied with a slight slump In mi... .f Initttt. nrqo 'fl.alrl af tfl the tertown en the Fourth or,JMy was Jam.33 Martin, John Austin and market and this has had a tendency to morning before Judge R. R. Wedding! a, splendid huccess .In orpfy way, and Wlnson Smith were chosen as dele- curtail the acreage to a certain extent The hot, dry weather of the conducted by County Attorney C TX It Is esUma'ed that at last 3,000 peo- gates to Harttord July 8. Vle attended the o0.ebriloo. About 1 Mr. Dinner Stwwart has given up month of May was unfavorable for Smith. The result of the dnqulry that soverol warrants bae been Is- 10 o'clock in the morning tho vet- tho school at our place and John tho development of the plants In the beds and tho baktl condition of the sued for various panties In the coun- erans started from the dpot to tho Keown will teach. Success to The Republican. planting favorable ty charged wltih selling spirituous, picnic, grounds, ihtaded by a brass soil prevented Special Scuts had been areverywhere. vinous and malt liquors in vlolatdon band. NARROWS. ranged for the veterans, so they coul Tho very lateness ot the seasoiTin ot the law. Mrs. Ida Renfrow was in Owensspruk-e:- s the many localities renders it a little developed In most Instances that all be together and It sand. Mr. B. M. Monton deliv- boro Tuesday on business. more difficult than ordinarily to secure tho sales were made under the gulso Mi3St.3 Ello Renfrow and Logratta ered the welcome address, which was accurate data as to the acreage plant of selling Jingo or some followed by a response by .Mr. J. H. Kltiby are visiting relatives in Rook-po- rt ed In tobacco this year. In the large drink. The office of Collector and Beawr Dam this week. a producing sections such as Kentucky, of Internal Revenue, at Owensboro, Embrey. TI1I3 was followed by Mrs. Lettle Lawlace, who lias been North Carolina, Vlrglnla.Ohio, Tonnes- splendid patriotic address Iby Attornel Attorney called . by County was visiting her 6on, Mr. LawTenco Law- see, a Wisconsin anu I'onnecucui, Smith, over long distance belephoae ObS C. .Martin, of this city. business meeting lace, Owensborg, for tlie past two careful canvas lias .been made, At one o'clock a and Ifor tho purpose of ascertaining the the total apparent acreage in air actnames of panties in Ohio county who ofTtho association was held, and the woaks, has returntd heme. 'm j tho Miss Sudle Felix, Olaton, returned ions In 1911 amounts 933,658 to havo Tald the government license tax following officers elected for To The Republicans of Ohio home last night after a few days acres. which authorized thorn, so far as the next year: .County. visit to Airs J. B. Runfrow and Airs. , Pre3ldent J. M. Bishop. sell Computations based on the aver government is concerned, to Walker. Wo, as members ot the Miners un spirituous, vinous and' malt liquors. Vice President J. Hays. age yield per acre lor tne past 10 Mr. Willie Petty Is visiting in Quartermaster Joseph Richardson ion at Tayilor 'Mines, wish to stato He was Informed .by Chief Deputy years In the various states named Chaplain H. C. Truman. Albert. Leach Farmer, of the Collector's office that some facts about Mr. Indicate a total tobacco yield in the ar United States this year of 780,410,-43- 5 Mr. J. W. Potty, Cadiz, has Adjutant!.. Reld. who Is a candidate for the Republic such Information could not be as the rived -- to- spend .the sunuujr with his CGiitral City was voted an nomination for Representative. pounds. Tho iliarvested acreage xoept on written application brother, B. P. Patty. He has bejn a member In good for a certified copy of the license placo "of meeting for the in 1910 was estimated at 1,149,831 a which has been made by the County nsxt year, although many wiantfd to Misses Garnttt Felix, Olaton, and acres, Bbandlng since he first bocamo with a yield of 931.06S,C93 member and further, .there never has Attorney, and in tho course of a few meet at Centeiitow n again. Mr. J. K. Miss Myrtle Cannon, South Carrol-to- n pounds. .spent Saturday and Sunday iwith bean any charges of any kind brough. weeks the County Attorney will be Freeman was elected as Chairman f In the Ohio valley the crop Is against blra in any way or at any in possesion of officially Issued cop- committee on arrangements for the Miss Isabell Thomas. from two to three weks late and This was followed by Air. Cooper Powers .was in Fords-vlll- e a groat deal depends upon the UwX time. Mr. Leach has Hold some of ies ot the license to every person In 1912 Saturday. in Ohio county who are authorized by a report of Chaplain Truman, .who most .responsible positions the at growlug weather from this dat About forty persons from here went on. .In the blue gras faction union and has always hewn the government to sell splnltuous.vl-nou- s read the naimjs of the veterans wtTo of the aeroplauo Kentucky fear of orly frosts Is alworthy. The report that "ho canmot and malt liquors. The delay havo died since last year. Upon clos- to Owwnsbore to Bee tho carry tho mining! vote .if nominated In furnishing certified copies Is oc- ing the business session, J. Ncy 'Fos- -t yesterday. ready causing some alarm, though Mr. Lou White, Horse Branh, was is untrue. of courso this Is a little premature. casioned iby roasan of the fact that r, Junior Editor of the Republican, We, as representative miners, ask this Is the beginning ot the Fiscal delivered an address upon Independ- In town yesterday. In Wisconsin conditions are reportTho ice cream supper hero Satur ed as tho most favorable In many tha Republican party of Ohio county yeur and the offloe force In the Col- ence. to nominate Mr. Leach at the con- lector's office have a great deal of The baseball game In the morning day night was a grand success. years. The crap Is all transplantvention Saturday. a work to do at this particular period and also In the afternoon, attract- Rrpublican State Convention and ed and the plants reported In T. N. WOODRUFF, thriving condition, The acreage Is of the year. The Statutes cf Ken- ed many people. Noarly S00 people I. 0. 0. F. Reunion. Pres. Taylor Mines Local. tucky make thi iposseaslon of govern- from Hartford attended tlw celebraabove that of last year, and the outJuly 11th. 1911. look seems good. Louisville, Ky., RICHARD BAKER, ment license prima facia cTiidonoe ot tion, and The Republican is asked to Taylor guilt of selling spirituous, vinous and state for the people ot Centertown For the above occasions ,we will sell Member of Dlstrlot Board, Tlie apiarent ara planted to to- 51t2 Ky. Mines, malt liquors and these official docu- that they generally a predate the pros round trip tickets to 'Louisville, Ky., bacco in Kentucky, tho grvutest ho are ence of .tlw Hartford people, and ttiopo for one fare plus 25 cents, $3.40. section In the counments will not only show Dates of sale, July lQth and 11th. try, or for that matter In tho world,, Among our Exchanges, authorized by tho government to sell to hav the pleasure of returning tho Limited to July 13tb. 1911. amounts to 282,751 acres. The aversuch intoxicants but will .bo used by faor. (Caldwell County News.) H. E. iMISOHKE, Agt. The aatlng and fruit stand prlvl-l-gCounty Attorney as evidence age yield per acre In Kentucky under abjeots of charity the The number ot wre iln tho hands of the present conditions is not far from that have been visiting our town the against these to whom they are isThe Pigs. Mercaotllo Co.,and that firm On this basis the 1911 sued. last ten dayd is unreasonable. Where handling pigs Is a 850 pounds. Carelessness in acreage should yield approximately We are advised by the County At- looked after the wants of the large these (people coming from, and are nicely and everyone was great- bad habit to form. pounds of tobacco. The 240,338,350 why, In sp'lto of Stato provision for torney that the Inquiry into tho Il- crowd ly pleased. The best order was In form the Dorsets are not iso far ostlmuto last fall for tho 1910 crop they thrown upon the pub- licit sale of intoxicating liquors has them, are not unlike tho Southdown. showed a harvested area In "Kentucky .who only begun and will continue from maintained and the day was lic? It's a man to toe pitied Rape pasture Is cheaper than groun any rowdy disturbances amounting to 375,908 acreas, yielding away these af- time to time until such illicit sales marred by can repeatedly turn feed and should be used. 197,052,000 pounds of hurley, and It of all intoxicants fn Ohio county are of any kind. flicted visitors, but too verily Sowa and young pigs should bo on ot pounds Ot dark, a total seems "the poor ye havo with you blotted out. pasture as soon as possible. RENDER. attends A great deal ot difficulty 336,935,400 pound of tohucco. always." Old saws are a class by themselves of the emforcimiont ot the local option July 4. Mrs. Roy Tlchenor, so far as quality ot moat goes. NO CREEK . laws as it Is almost universally the Beaver Dam, was hero lat Wednes(Frankfort News Journal.) Tlie hog Is a waste saver. It stops July E .Wheat thrashing hero Is case that anyono who buje iUlcltly day tho guest of her shtr, Mrs. C. .There Is much talk about tine brumany a leak In tha faran. ver. n"he yield Is uot so good as tality ot prize fighting and football, atitomptsitoshloldtbe one from whom L .Myers. more last year. Nothing improves the soil purchases. There are exceptions Born to the w3fe ot John Brown a raldly than clover as a hog pasture. yet in the boat race on (Tuesday two he Rain Is needed very badly. Mother men In the crew lay helpless In the however and It Is to those who whon daughter last Wednesday. Hogs can not bo raised with profit Mrs. Grovcr PIrtle, Owensboro and upou to testify, that make no and child doing well. John Is all boat at the end of the race. They called som Mrs. Young, Baton Rogue, La., were or smllvs. Dr. Crowder was tho attend- without suitable pasture of strong mea effort to shield the violators probably never will be kind. tho guests ci! Mosdanios Wayne ond again as the result ot ithetenlflc strata tho lw,tbat credit will be due for Its ing physician. shepherd's friend, as It Herman PIrtle, last week. Is . last Salt histhe systems. enforooment. Hartfond Otis Basden was In to which they put their ( flock love him aud follow makes . Mojsrs. Cleveland Sandenfun and Thursday on legal business. as they Grueling punishment such his leading. ' SunBirch Holland, Premtls, spent Wheat Wanted. Frl Cecil Eaell was in Hartford stood yvoakeus the heart. Too many farmers havo failed to day liero. I will bo on the market to buy both day. appreciate tlie possibilities ot lye as Airs .Wllo Barnott and daughter, oar home Members Co. "H" Attention! Miss Kato Dean returned pooled and unpooled wheat In hog pasture. MUs Sylvia, ot Colo., are visiting Friday from Ft. Madlbon, Iowa, afSacks for rent or sale. Every member ot Cc H, Is direct- lots. Shoats can bo turned on rape or. relatives here. W. K. ELLIS, ter an absenco of five months. ed to report at the armory tor drill and Quito a numbar from bore attendclover pasture, without grain, Produce Merchant, Edwin Coopor weat to New Haven Saturday, July 8, at 7:30 p. m. Capt mako steady gains. ed the Rounlon at Centortown. Friday on business. Hartford, Ky. DoWeose will be present and a num- 50tt 0 Miss Bottle Waid and (Messrs. Tol-- 0 0 0' SaturChas, Millard roturiKd homo ber of matters concerning tho target bert Miller, L. M. Ward and P. D. Miss Mason Entertains. day after an absence of three years . ranee here and tho preparation for 0 T.woeuell went to Owensboro tho 4th. MJt. MERCHANT. e coming encampment are to oa The Fordsvlllo Argonaut eaya: Miss hi tho U. S. service. 0 Air. Robert S. Carson, accompon-- 0 S. O. Keown, of Beavor Dam, and a crowd ot acted upon. C. B. SHOWN, Lieut. Isnia Mason led by his wife and little daughter, ..- -. July 1st will eoon bo hero. ,M young folka Tuesday afternoonlti hon Cliark Hlnes, ot Taylor Mlues.wore. You will want to collect jour 0 Louisville, ware calling on old triou& 3ll5 Automobiles in State. or of Miss Nellie Bv-l- Tho follow- h're Saturday. Have 0 Mouday. accounte. outetandlng Horse Mrs. Ceo.. Flat wont to Dr. Beu L. Brunor, Secretary of ing were preaant: Mr. Joe Chapman left- - Monday for you got the necessary ataUoa-or- 0 Saturday. Mtoea Gertrud-- HHWIary E. Hemp Branch i, has made a xprtta'the Audi heads, bill heads, 0 Owonaboro, letter Mr. andMss. Wm. Moore, ot Hillta A as to ool lections ot automobile hill, Emma Johnson, QUdys Hlnes, Mm. William Higgs, who has'boott' etio? 0 envelope, etatemenU, Mary side spent" Saturday and Sunday here Uxm for the j'var ending June 14. &e&l Ford. Raleigh Felix, Look up your stock and Bead 0 seriously atck with typhoid fever, la Smith and Mlsa McAdams. Messrs. visiting relatives Thovfcotal amount collected was $23,-31- 5 your otvled to The Hartford 0, doing very ell at.pivueivU .MkuGuai D:ck Slnin SUihnaTwout to Louisville l oh 3,115 automobiles. It U esti- RoylLltaey, Russell Ccoperjt 6 bal; a train-x- l Denurue from KramirlBe, Republican Job Printing Hubjr Sunday to remain over tlw 4th. mated, that 130,000 will bT collooted Mill., Lea MUlw, Edwin Orr. 0 U attending nor. partment Hubert Clark wont to Owensboro this yw," the number ot automobiles Ceq&r, Leonard Smith, Dennis Jones, 0 Mr. RtB. Stevens and family bar Paul yesterday to rxnaln over the 4th largely durrag the Dave Falla, Murry Hugh and having 0 movud to Hartford, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Dw went to'0 t Tllford. 1 tobacco-producinaL-Cenar Llv-ormolur-ntentobacco-producing es Cen-toitfo00 OAK GROVE. crease is Expected, July t. .Health In this community is not very good. Corn crops fine about ono third Condition in Cigar Leaf Sections- ot a tobacco orop set. Mr. J. J. Stewart, of Select has Are Brighter Reports From 00000000000 ,.i. l. y, lat yiar. lucre! 000000000000 JUDGE OIREAR'S GREAT SPEECH JL pIMs and ' Mob Rule Dissected and Remedies Suggested. Rule of the People Must Be Restored by Utter Overthrow of Legislative Lobby. f Tho following E0ocoliwas dollvored by Judge Ed C. O'itear. ul Princeton, Ky., on Friduy, June 1G, 11)11, to an Immense audience composed of repwho listened with the t of alt political parties, greatest of Interest throughout its delivery: resentatives Fellow Kentucklans: I come to a community mora than onco recently stricken by the mob spirit, yet a community which Is fully an averago, if not more than an aver' quiet age, of the educated, citizens of our stats. Tho animus of your mobs was of a kind which has been given most notoriety In Ken tucky during the last three or four years, popularly designated as night-ridinI come beforo you to discuss, as one of the incidents Injected Into this campaign, this matter of mob spirit, which affects our society, which has been, to the dishonor of oar state used by some of her own press and sons to disparage her In the eyes of the world, and In her own esteem. I do not come to defend the mob, nor to excuse It, but to study It, to endeavor to explain it, In the hope that when tho subject is properly understood you, and the other peoplo of this state, may take such steps as may be necessary to vest such power officials of this government as to prevent its recurrence. If there is a mob it may be necessary to shoot it, or hang It, but it Is infinitely better not to have the mob tury, but sjo'more, I think, than tho avorage state of tho Union. The mob of the past Way be divided general clauses: One, where some revolting crime has been committed, exciting and shocking public sentiment so that a great many are excited hovond ordinary restraint, resulting In tho wreaking of vengeance upon tho supposed guilty person; another, arising from industrial conditions following upon strikes and lockouts, and tho third Is not wholly unlike tho second, Is similar In the sense of oppression practiced or suffered by a groat number of the public. To tho latter class belong the night-rider- s and other related disorders, d which, by the Way, hare n&t been In their operations to Kentucky. Among this class In Kentucky was tho tollgato raiding; people were killed, more property destroyed by the raiders than was done in tho time ot tho night-ride- r troubles. In reference to the tollgatc raids, then the public believed that It was not a sound policy to give a monopoly of tho highways of tho state, which were turnpikes, to corporate and Individual owners, who could exact toll from every other traveler; they believed that It was bettor for the public to own and operate tho public highways. Into-threcon-flno- oer'of atee Jurlw: the'Vui-aal- t " sive efTeet LesjisUtte mete or less drastic was 'attempted and exacted. As early' as 1888 statutes were passed by tho various states of the Union and by the congress of the United States, highly penalizing combinations made In restraint of trade. Kentucky in 1890 passed a similar statute, severe and stringent, and affording no exception. In 1891 tho people of Kentucky adopted a new constitution. It was provided in your organic law that the legislature should enact such statutes as would prevent confederations and combinations ot capital and enterprises which would raise the, price of commodities above their reasonable value. After that tho legislature enacted no statute on tho subject until 1906. Tollgite Nlght-Rlder- a. 7 '.. WJS- i'Wr - KSP-- ii PSkV. -- U ..xJiblMFwi. . u' :., - ? JUOGE O'REAR. If, thorefore, without mitigating the punishment duo tho mob in esse, I venture to suggest tho suppression of tho mob in posse, I hopo thero will bo none so stupid as to think I favor mob law. Kentucky has been hold up by some of the press, and others, as peculiarly subject to mob law. She has developed her full share, but it Is not true that the mob spirit is moro prevalent hero than In tho country generally. Brigand, and the criminal spirit which lives by lawlessness, are alien to our state. The people here, with rare individual exceptions, lira cheerfully under the law, taught from their Infancy to look to it for redress of wrongs. It Is only when they have been led to bellevo that the law is Inadequate, or those charged 'with its execution are faith-lastthat the temper of any considerable number of the publje is excited to take the law into their owSi hands for execution, 'And that Is genorally true throughout the civilised world, and has boen for a long timo. Mobs are not the growth of modern civilisation. Thoy are not peculiar to America, nor to any section of l, The oppresslvo corn laws of Great Britain produced mobs. Tho cruel exactions of the IIouso of I)orubou in Franco vroducod mobs, and the grievances were so great and so numerous that the mob became a rebellion. Tho oppressions of the British government gave rise to mobs in the colonies before the revolution. Remove Cause of Mob. That the mob should be suppressed promptly and effectually, goes without saying. Thore can be no ground for debate on that question. But that the action of the government should top there, is to commit the public conscience to lndeHlrnce to the public welfare. It is high time In 'such renditions to look to their cause, and H the cause ho found to Ho in er Injustice, or inefficient asjaetiMeii el the law, then the rsm-4d- y is i cure the pause, not as a eanMS(oa to the ineb, but to main-te- t in the future. We hare bad in Kentucky, unfortunately, and to our discredit, a buds- ), at all. After many years of discussion laws wore finally enacted empowering the counties to acquire the roads. Tho owners of the property and the conn, ty authorities were in many instances unable to agree upon prices for tho property, and tho impression was created that tho owners were attempting to indefinitely delay the matter of public ownership, or to get exorbitant prices for tho property. Thore wero somo then, , Impatient at tho delays and dickering, who cut up the gates, terrorized and In somo Instances beat tho owners, and when resisted killed gatekeopers and owners. As wo now look calmly back upon that dark chapter of history, we fail to find an excuse for theso outrages, Troops and deputy sheriffs were called out to protect tho property, which was undoubtedly right. But the public peace was quickest restored by the speedy acquirement ot tho roads by the counties. These roads were not acquired in deference to the mob spirit, nor as tho result ot Its actions. They wero acquired as a result ofsa deliberate purpose, framed in public opinion, created by years ot previous discussion. If conditions had been such that the counties and owners of tho roads could have agreed more promptly, or legislative acts to authorize tho acquisition of these rdads had been moro promptly passed In compliance. With the overwhelming publlo demand, there is no reason to suppose that the mob would have had cause, even in its own misguided judgment, to have destroyed tho proporty. Toll gates had existed upon tho turnpikes In Kentucky for the better part of a century without molestation. Years of discussion had gradually ripened public opinion Into tho belief that the system was Inhorently faulty. Law's Delay Cause of Violence, After the matter had finally been enacted Into law giving counties the right to purchase theso roads. It appeared perhaps to the moro thought less that tho law .was Inadequate towards giving rollef. The county ductals in many Instances wero unreasonable in tlrelr demands upon the owners of the roads, or the owners were unreasonable In their demands upon the counties, so that It was made to appear to the moro impatient that tho law which had been enacted was faulty. Tho moro radical spirits In the community saw In tho situation a defiance of tho public will. Then It was that they began their depredations. That was the last uprising ot this class In Kentucky until the night-ride- r troubles In 1907. I have already described In a previous address delivered at Hopkins-ville- , Ky., on the first day ot May, the conditions existing in this state for many years prior to that date, affecting the interests ot the tobacco growers. Without repeating hero minutely theso conditions I doom it sufficient to remind you that tho culture of tobacco had been ouo of tho principal Industries In this state sinco Its separation from Virginia, and of their fathers before them for all of tho generations from Jamestown to independence. They had found In tho cultivation of this crop the mennb by which they supplied tho moe of- their commercial needs. It was. the basis of their currency, a large part of the local tax with which they defrayed tho expenses of tho colony, tho tithes ot the ministers In the established churob, and tho rovpnuee with which thoy paid tho soldiers of the line In the Revolutionary war. Trust Eliminated Competition. Perhaps 80,000 men wero engaged In this Industry alone in Kentucky in 1907, Tho value of tho yield was not loss than 135,000,000 or t40.000.000 a year. In tho moiuitlmo thore had been evolved in the exportenro, daring and sagacity ot financiers and manufacturers a series of combinations ot wealth and factories, resulting finally In tho concentration of many buyers Into few The competition which had theretoforo exlstel was thus eliminated. This appliod not nlouo ta tobacco, but to many pther commodities as well. The subject attracted the sharp and critical attention ot tho public. Magazines, newspapers and speakers warned the public of the dangers imminent from this new system, and sought to contrive means to frustrate its oppres - Producers Recelvedr.Llttle. Prosocutlons begun' under the statute of 1890 wero contested on the ground that tho statutes had boen repeated by the constitution. The courts held to the contrary. Still, there wero no convictions, and 'but few proseeutions undertaken so far as we know. Tho effect of the combina tions continued to Increase. The result was that tho producers of tobacco In Kcntuckty found their market restricted to practically a. single buyer, who set the price, graded tho crops and took its time for accepting and paying for crops delivered; partitioning the territory of tho state among its representatives and allies, as a sovereign would parcel out his favors among his courtiers. The world was demanding and using all the tobacco that was being raised and was paying for It at the prices demanded by the single manufacturer and its allies. Tho producers wero being paid In rnoBt Isjjances but little more than the cosv of production. When It was considered that the fer tility ot the soil was being exhausted by raising tobacco crops, in a great many Instances the producers were paid even less than the cost of production. Tobacco Is a crop which, from Its nature, requires personal handling and care. But little machinery can be utilized In its culture and prepara tlon for tho market. Consequents one man can handle but few acres. The tobacco raiser becamo generally a poor man. He and his family devote their labor for a whole year to the crop, frequently resulting in his receiving less than 75 cents a day for his .toil. Trust Reaped Profits. It was Anally disclosed that this slnglo buyer and Its allies had reaped and was reaping the most enormous profits frpm this class ot .business. Tho difference between tho buying price and the selling prico was so extensive that as much as 60 per cent per annum was realized upon tho' capital of tho trust, magnified by 'fictitious means- - to - four' times' ItsToarrslup. In other words, the trust realized 240, per cent upon Its actual Investments In tho business. The growers, finding that tho statutes against the trusts apparently wero ineffective, undertook to apply tho samo methods which the trust had employed. Legislation was In Kentucky, under the impulse of tho public demand and In furtherance ot the public good, allowing farmers to pool their crops and prod ucts, so as to present a more united and organized body of sellers against the united and organized body of buyers, and so as to roallzo a moro nearly reasonable value for the 'commodity. Tho trust buyers at this point declined to buy from tho growers' association, and In every way conceivable In the art of cunn'ag, experienced and apparently conscienceless men, backed by hundreds of, millions ot dollars made from tho product of these people, sought to break down tho organizations ot the producers. You will observe that these conditions had been oxlstlng tor a full generation. After considerable agitation in tho public press and upon- - the stump, sentiment was sufficiently aroused to procure the enactment of legislation granting to the growers the privilege their, competitor had been enjoying undisturbed for so long. Then tho growers were met with tho concerted, combined, deliberate and ruthloss methods of their competitor, in which the laker, undertook .to and proclaimed that It would destroy the growers' organization and would not buy their product. Thus the first assault was made' by the tobacco trust, tho buyer Itself an unlawful organization, fattening by unlawful means upon the sweat, poverty and hardship af those whose labor produced the subject of the commerce, It defied it. Growers Formed Pools. In 1906 the grower formed pools In Kentucky, a well as In other states growing the crop, in which tbey attempted to gather Into associations ot their own, the principal supply of their crops. Those who did not join, finding an Unproved market, took advantage of the situation to sell at Increased prices The trust refused to buy at all from, tho growers' associations, on tho ground that they bad combined. Not daunted, the growers again pooled (heir crop of 190T. Again those wit? were not willing to share the risks and enterprise ot their neighbors held aloof, and supplied, as far as their oropa would go, the needs of the trust; In the midst of this situation there occurred the memorable panic of 1907. Already two trops were tied up 'In the pools.. The growers needed the proceeds from their crops to dis charge debts. Their creditors, the merchants, the banks, were pressing for the payment ot their debts, The IHV1WURUIB TWV imw& yiVQIfU UJ IUV prevailing txtaie. TM situation had becosM aeote in Kentucky. Neighbor was, arrayed against, neighbor in argument as to the utility and ety of the growers'assocletloni. The trust was 'encouraging, with agents and arguments', these disputes, its purpose being to destroy the unity of the growers Nothing was done In the meantime by tho government of the state to relieve the situation. Nothing was attempted. The dispute became more acrimonious and continued to grow more bitter. A quarrel over a dog fight has been known to produce a feud running through many years. How much more, then, was It likely that so serious a cause of quarrel among mon as this quarrel between tobacco trust and tho growers should r'esult in bad feeling an danger, and finality In acts of violenco? This situation, already big with angor and bad feeling, burst into acts of unlawful violence. The question then arose what to do with the situation, That .the men who had destroyed property end life should be punished, the judgment of most people agreed, and I heartily agreed, as doubtless you did. That further outbreaks should beprevented as far as lay within tho power of the officers of the law, was equally imperative. Life and property 'and the peace of tho community must be preserved' at all hazards. Still, thero oxlstod the causo of this trouble. Kentucklans Not Lawless. r It Is not true that tho Kentucklans are a lawloss people. It Is especially not true thai tho farming class of tho state are lawless in their purposes and Instincts. They aro of tho contrary disposition. It must bo apparent then that when a quiet, orderly, oasy-goln-g people, such as these, aro so wrought up in their feelings that a considerable number of them glvo way to .their passions and Impulse of violence, that there must bo a deep- aggravation. seated and I then held to the opinion, and do yet, that it was hot only the nrovlnce, but the duty of tho state government to, ns far as it lay lawfully In ls power, remove tho cause, to the end that the public peace might be preserved In the future, that our citizens might bo spared the fate of becoming felons; that property might bo saved from destruction; and that upon tho restoration of normal conditions tho great bulk of the peoplo engaged In tho business of tobacco growing might pursue it with profit and contentment. Was such hn Idea entertained on my part a lawless idea? Did it In the least squint at or connive with lawlessness? Did It in the least importune tho violent to continue their violence? Is it not always tho legitimate end of government and a wise purpose of tho?e entrusted with It to'pro-duc- e these conditions which will glvo the greatest contentment and prosperity? I did then say ina public declaration which I made bri an occasion which has become memorable In the history ot the state, just how that remedy was to be applied, and I am happy to say to you now that I am confirmed by the host of Judicial and official authority in this whole land, that there was enough forco and power and virtue In tho law to cope with the situation, 1 declared then, and I new repent, thnt In the law, and under the law, there was ample and Just correction ot existing evll3. Upheld by Supreme Court, Since I last spoke to the public on this subject the supreme court of the l.nltod States has found Judicially thnt the tobacco trust wa3 of itself a lawless combination, and has been throughout all these years of Its oppression; that Its purpose was to restrict trade In tobacco unreasonably, and that therefore It should be disbanded an an outlaw And it was clearly within the law that tho tobacco trust should be outlawed in Kentucky, because It was In truth and In tact an outlaw, and that It should not only have boen fined, but until It ceased Its oppressive methods It should be denied access to Kentucky at all; that It should be required to deal fairly and squarely with the tobacco growers of Kentucky, or It should be required to remove Its presvnee from the state so long as It continued tho aggravating cause of violence and disorder. Tbo courts of Kontueky have consistently hdd Uiat tho farmers' pool was a lawful enterprise; that it did not violate tho constitution of this state or of the United State; that It was founded on the experience of mankind, authorized by the acts of tho legislature ot Kentucky, and justified by tuc progs and pupit aud publlo opinion. But the courts of Kentucky wnt further, preceding by some three years the now opinion delivered the other day by Chief Jus-ticWhite, and declared that combinations which woro not unreasonable restraints of trade were not unlawful rn Kentucky, etther under the statutes of Kentucky or e tno United Status, and tho courts of Kentucky deatared that combinations of the buy-pr- s k4 equal rights wita the combinations ot the sellers, also that combinations of the seller had equal rights with the buyers. It felt to my lot to pa one ot tha opinions ef the eourt of appeals ot Kentucky declaring In emphatic language the principle which I have just announced, and which I am happy to And is sustained by the last conclusions of the supreme eourt of the United States upon this subjeot. Favors Law Enforcements , When I said then, and when I that the purpose and end ot gov sober-mindelong-endure- d epoeh-raahtag o say-bow- jwM fethrfafce tfce laws wM eerree against the violet, evil' practises. Tker de Ma ia tt tprWily (M the and enforee them main threat lawless night-riderset er ,atnte, aolrte anal, also atralnst U lawless though not lobby violent trust, was that equlvolent to corrupting agents . ewployed especialtt saying that I favor lawlessness? Andq ly to defeat legislation of a nature o when I declared that It'was the prov-Inc- which is 'aimed 'to protect ot government and its duty to re- from those who would fatten upea H move the aggravating cause which through unrighteous and exceptional nrnvnkAil outbursts of violence in vasu- - privileges. The people have for years I . tm.1 sections of tho state, at the same discussed and tried to remedy tals t'lmo saying that the specific acts ot evil In government It has, however, v f violence should bo punished, because grown constantly worse. Many think they were unlawful, was this Justifica- there is no lawful remedy. The remedy Is not alone to ban a tion of lawlessness In any senso? But passing this, I will now ask mob back of that, and la order thai your Indulgence for n moment to there should be no mob, and ao provspeak as to my personal and Individ- ocation of one, the first wrong eause ual record upon the question of mobs. should be removed. Disband tha As a public official, acting as com- lobby. Prevent its harmful Influence. monwealth attorney, specially ap- Restore to the people their letfshv pointed for tho purpose, I prosecuted ture untrammelcd by the obstructions members of a mob In Kentucky, and of those who would make it aa unthat, It so happened, in a Republican representative body; let the peopl county in tho state. I prosecuted understand that in that body, estabthem to the end of tho law. Later I lished as a means of expressing the, became a public official by election, public weal for the public good and being chosen to the office of county government Is safely vested the lawjudge of my county. The night before making power. Thus let there se my Induction into the office a mob that they may in confidence1 then rest took from tho county Jail a prisoner the matter of all remedial action In providing means to conserve the puband hung him until he was dead. lic welfare and peace and safety, First Official Act. X Sore Disappointment. My first official act was to convene the fiscal court in special session, I affirm that the legislature of and cause rewards to be offered for Kentucky has for 20 years and more' tbo apprehension of tho members of been a sore disappointment, In tho. tho mob and for their prosocutlon. A main, to the public. Thore have been and number of men were arrested as the notable Instances of result, of this effort and Were brought patriotic members In that body durbefore me for. examination. They ing that time. But the dominant were in every Instance held to tho has been pernicious;' it hast grand Jury without ball and were in- obstructed wholesome, remedial leg--i dicted and tried. Thero I exhausted islatlon; it has foiled the public de--i every means in my power to punUh mand; it has thwarted tho public purpose; It has grown to be called a the members of the mob. Since being a member of tho court reproach to tho state. Thus has slowly but gradually, tha opinof appeals, tho question nroso in a caso before the court as to the effect ion in the public mind, that the lawof a mob of which I have been espe- making body was inadequate to grant e tho cially treating today, means of redress of public oppresra'iders. A band of those ma- sion. Tho opinion has grown into rauders had destroyed tollhouses and Indignation and deep distrust. There terrorized the keepers. has consequently grown a contempt The road had to bo abandoned by for law and a denial of its efficiency. the owners. Then tho county con- The remedy of violenco la wrong demned It under tho statutes, Tho Is unjustifiable. Tho truo rowedy Is question presented was the fair mar- to remove the controlling causo. Aa ket valuo of tho road as ot tbo date the doctors now say, "Swat the t spreads tho disease." ' It is betof tho condemnation. Tho county Inthe valuo was as It was ter than to have to treat the disease sisted that found to be after tho mob had depre- when it becomes an eruption. ciated that value by Its destruction Should Have Power to Recall. ot the company's property. Tho Jury Jt legislation aimed against the found accordingly. The court of apjudgment on the lobby Is not sufficient, then let tho peals reversed tho grounds that tho verdlcl was inad- peoplo tako Into their own hands, equate, and rested on erroneous ba whence all power of government origsis; that tho mob was a band ot fel- inates, tho making of laws which ons, In law, whom it was tho duty of their legislnturo will not enact, and the county to disperse, and to protect tho repealing and vetoing of laws the property from; that tho public which' it does enact contrary to the would not be allowed to profit by the public will and good. Then 1st them of7 recalling faithless. mob's lawless acts, but should pay add the power for tho road which It required as If Inefficient, negligent or corrupt public tne mob had not existed. In short, officials who fall In the proper disThen tha'C the law would pro'fect to the last charge of thler official duties. extremity owners of tho property not let them by direct popular action, enly from tho direct act of tho mob, conducted under a goneral law and but from tho Indirect results. The by public officials, select tho nomiopinion may be found reported in 117 nees for public offices, In a statewide Kentucky Reports, 674, and It fell to primary, held on tho samo day by the mo to write that opinion of tho court. same officers, for all parties, ballots, Thus you will see that in three In- booths and officers being furnished stances In my official life, covering a at tho public expense. Then let them period ot more than 20 years, and elect United Stntes senators by direct occurring at Intervals widely sep- popular vote. Then add a corrupt arated, have I shown by my official practices act that will prevent coraction and conduct, which fortunately ruption In elections, by preventing the gathering up or using of big camaro matters of public record, my and my manner ot dealing with paign funds; make all candidates and the specific acta of mobs. I went so party managers publish before and far as the law empowered mo; I went after elections, primary and state, no further because I had not the complete and .verified accounts of stL receipts and expenditures, showing power. from whom received, how much from Believe In Square Deal. each and how expended. The amount I believe the averago man is satisfshould be limited to actual, necessary ied, with a square deal. His idea is, and proper expenses ot advertising, that is the end and purpose of all speaking, traveling, postage, clerks, law. And ho Is not far wrong. When and the like. If our publlo officials the law falls him, thero Is, in his are elected by bribery and corruption mind, but two courses: el'her to of the voters; if when elected they "grin and bear It or kick." When a are subjected to the influece of a cor; great number having a similar griev- ruptng lobby; It the means of corrupt ance find that they aro not getting a tion are furnished by special Intersquare deal, or believe tbey are not ests which are enjoying immunities which affects their actions the same, and unjust privileges from the pubthey kick simultaneously. It not lic, how can you expect the public to enough of them to make a revolution, have faith In their representation or they make a mob. 1 believe that thetr work? broadly speaking, the mob spirit, as Ajfl Favors Abolishing Lobby. it Is called, rarely evinces Itself exI therefore favor abolishing the cept under, the belief that tho law is Inadquate to redress the wrong, a be- lobby, the notorious "third house;" lief most always slowly formed, how- and if necessary to correct its evil ever swiftly executed. Not only that influence, I would have restored to the law Is Inadequate, so far as the the peoplo the power of direct legisstatutes and officials are concerned lation when the people saw proper to inadequate In that the public, through exercise it. and teh power to recall any legal channel available to them, faithless officials who will not or can not or do not discharge tbolr pubHe can not act. duties. In this way would the people peoplo are Tho people. Likewise they are be more nearly represented In the the best satisfied with their govern- making as well as in tho oxooutlonof ment If It Is pliable enough to re- their laws. In caso of a mob, let the spond promptly to the public will, power of recall be further secured by there would bo no ground for impa- placing In tho governor the power to remove summarily, and until hU ease tience at it. could be tried by the senate, or other Legislature Not Representative. proper judicial tribunal, any peace The belief has been slowly growing officer In 'hose jurisdiction a mob in this country that the leglilatures, did damage to person or property. All the people's only means of oaacMng this looks to preventing the saob, their will into law, are not truly which I maintain ts better for soetety ot the people; that they than to have ateob, and thea punish are subject to corrupting influences it ever so severely. too frequently; that through inatten In our government the law must tion, or ignorance, or baseness, they be both supreme and sufficient. Its suffer the public's interests to be enforcement Impartial, must be subverted to that of a favored class, speedy and Jvst. The people must who would obtain through the law learn not only to submit to It, but to more than they in good conscience, respect It respect it not only as the and under a square deal were entitled' supreme power, but as the sufficient k to. "Mil belief Is manifested in a msaasfor the redress of all wrongs, number of ways. One, the tone ef public and private. Remove, therethe press, and public utterances on fore, the taint of suspicion and doubt the subject; another, in the restric- born of corrupting Influence that tions plaeed upon legislatures in late dominate the enactment of law and years by the constitution, prohibiting the selection ot publlo offlelals. Let the granting ot special favors In leg- the laws fairly same sober islation. This special legislation baa publlo will, and reflect the let their eceeutlea be been eut out, but the Interests which proratt and impartial, and there 'will would profit nevertheless by onjoying be neither ground for sweh violent lnmuRlty which the public Is not alas we are dtsewsiasT. lowed, obtain their ends by defeating disturbance nor M they likely' oceur. i ly wid ermeat Is to en fore s, tttMe 'ifie-pHbH- I high-minde- d been-formed- , t: toll-gat- fly-tha- I d d UNCLE SAM calls our attentionto & HOUSEHOLD HELPS. (A Special Department for Our comparative statement V I If l4B. t Jan) one pint ox cuwant juic- - anu mix with 2 pounds of English curFor Infants and Children. rants, 3 lwuinls of raisins comptroller of tho curroncy, and of same date HOUSES THAT TURN AROUND. ar.d chipp.d, 4 pounds of sugar and and grafMi, peel of four To architects and builders of the thff Jul 1910, which shows an increase of more than capital city we recommend for thought orange, lie.) until thick, stiratng and ful consideration the local adoption of constat tiy. Put in glasses Mrs. Levi 7j. Lelter'a revolving house seal. ALCOHOL, 3 PER CDNT. at 1m summer place ini Uevorly. The Nowr leave homo on a Journey structure is described as mounted on without a butt.1-- of Ch3imkerLain'aol-lc;vCho!.r- n Swnachs rmdDowcbof ball bearings and as capable of .being and Utorrho'ti Rom0y. It rovolvod in any direction merely by Is" almost cr; nlu to be March 7, 1011. March 7, 1910. and pushing a 'button or pulling a lever. cannot bi- ohla.noel when oil RESOURCES. RESOURCES. board revolving the cats or steamships. For sale by LoanB and Discounts.... $ 7C4.763.71 Loans and Discounts ..? 837,937.34 Tho possibilities of tho PromolesDigcstionChceny-ncs' 708.92 house soom illimitable. -Every home all.drugslsts. 640.39 Overdrafts Ovordrafta m and ResiXontatas ncithir U. S. Bonds and PreU. S. Bands and P.re- could front In any direction. The Opitrai.Morphme norllitKral. 231,905.91 mlums south sldo cf any street would be miums 181,146.53 Riddles. purNarcotic. Banking House, FurniBanking House, Just as durable for building Q. Why Is the luHter like a 20,000.00 poses os (the north side, and thus re- horse. turo and Fixtures .. ture and Fixtures .... &uifMi)cstMxumm. i $o,4GS.90 $69,850.08 alty values would 'be equalized. To A. Jlvaurc "" Makcs dt "Go.' Cosh Cash Iknpia Seed i Duo from Duo from tho tccupant the possibility of beJbcSama Q.' Wh'n Is a man not a man? t ing able to turn his front door to the "A. Whn ho is Banka Banks IN and U. rear to shut out on unwelcome visit- . Q. Wiat is tlio diffefence between and U. jffSHmBitiA Vnm5ctdm 97,684.43 178450.33 or or colloatpr ought to .be enticing a glasH of water and a glass of beer? 87,183.03 S. 157,033.11 Trees. S. Tneoe. CMki itpr And to turn- the porch so as to A. Five cents. hwnrjmatimr. $1,268,702.50 catch the torevzo in summer or to es?1.H5,C83.74 . Q. Why should birds be considermtl Apctfect Remedy forCtarelijiadays ed 4ibi nust grady cape the draught in stormy LIABILITIES. LIABILITIES. tion , sour atoroaai.uianw" 250,000.00 would in ltse! be tho best kind of Capital Stock .' $ 250,000.00 Capital Stook A.. jat tivy when they Wombs JC 0iwutetms.teverisrr Washington take a C.500.00 modirn improvement. Surplus Fuiwl 2,600.00 Surplus Fund ncssjmdLoss of Sleep. at a time. 12,694.68 Herald. 7,916-2Undivided Profits .. .. Undivided Profits Q. Why should It bo difficult for licSiniilc Signature of 230,000.00 180,000.00 Circulation Circulation .. '. carpeniVrs to believe there 4s such a 770,607.82 675,167.51 Deposits ...." Deposits PORK CHOPS EN CASSEROLE. thing as stoiti? NEW YOBK. A. B ause th y never saw it. Have tho chops cut an Inch thick. $1,268,702.50 Trim off all tho fat and brown it In $1,115,583.74 then odd .to tlie chops.'which of all bank failures are caused by employes bor- - a QQ PA FOR FtETCHER'S and R rowing too much of the bank's capital. NONE ! should bo dusted with ipepper arantced under; ih I salt; lay In a flaHbotitomod casserole of the employes in the Cover with a layer of thinly sliced, Exaa Copy of Wrapper. Increase in Deposits. THE OCNTAUfl COMPAM. f OR CITT. pared onion, a shrodded green pjp-pe- r, to The abstract of reports made , resaods and white meoibmue Currency can borrow one cent out of that bank. Make the United States National moved; then pour over a can of to- the Comptroller of the your banking home. It will loan you money or pay interest on time matoes pressed through a slove. Cove showing the condition of the Nationdeposits. and cook three hours in a moderate al banks in the slate at tty close DIRECTORS. oven. When ready to nerve mid one of business June 7th, plaevs itho inE.T. Franks, J. W. McCulloch.J. T. Griffith, John Thixton.C. E. Birk, tablcspoonful of butter and morosalt dividual dwjslts at $38,8901S,a toss J. J. Sweeney, Lawson Reno, Henry Wile, Dr Aretaeus Kirk. of neatly $l',t00,00 over the report It necessary. of thrv.ij mar.ths ago. Th itotal 'rrotirc s and liabintl.is PRUNE TARTS. Waih tho prunes thoroughly and of the Kentucky banks are $70,(151,-15peot when you jump at a conclusion ivrc- ntago of legal tv&ervo to soak over night or for several hours. PER CAPITA TAX A man with more dollars than sense Cook deposin the same watT. When very deposits, 17.3G; percentage to makes a noise like an easy mark . its to cash on hand, redemption fuid sUove. To through IS TO BE HIGH Every notice how deaf people man- tender rub thtm pulp add a on.- - table-Rpc- and din from agents, 23.8C; one cup of lho age to hoar tho things they shouldn't. lawful money reserve in .bank, of lemon juic, tha jolles ot People who write articles on how 098. cup of two egs .beaten with one-ha- lf .(INCORPORATED) paWill Get Larger Sum to make monoy know a lot on Schools thin cream and a few grains of salt. per. Jilx well and sweeten to taste, then $ WIIA WIRE YOUR HOUSE RT COST. It isn'i man's lovo for flew ra that fold in tho whrtes cf two eggs b iiten Than Ever Before in makes him throw bouquets at himself very Wns with pa3'.3 stiff. Line small This State. BUUBEE'S BULBS SUCCECOI Kvcry husband knows how to manage fill wlUi tho mixture and baUe in u ESPECIAL OFFER: n wife but did you over see one do ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, moderate oven. Servo cold. t Nw lUftUnu- k ' rlld will nuJce yv a Drnujiciit- ru- - 1 It? txktl ' toi4r. 8aiiiiCaetOMtiaraated or tour ' ' xnoiMiy rJuideL When love changes to indifference s. Kentucky's echcol ptr capita this HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME STRAWBERRY JAM. ' C, HU fVlL.'rt'VCMMBontkinUfr over matrimony Is on tho .verge of bankwill .be higher than it lias iflL'(JLBMb4ut.rilwut ukh ftyMtodb, 'Trntler liyv 1 Remove th stem-- and wash the OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD been In he history of the Bate al- ruptcy. Xfcta NiKhml TutJ VUmi Many a man's failure is due-to- . the fruit thoroughly; tnke one pint of hw 197unpt wuu, i fmei, crMua m wchh iiMbua, though lt'"bias" not .been fixed." fThe a sugar to one quart of pulp; boll BE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN 1I!AUANTKKD TO nT.RAHK present per capita Is $4 :but in some fact that he bit off more than he down very thick; as the fruit is vry Write Mention this Paper could chmv . counties whero the dos tax hrlnss StUNO 3 CEIVI': Occasionally the only thing tho fool Juicy, ti'is will iako itlireo or four lnJli REACH. iliu kd euklM Mid Mart thH vlaatUtlttnMllM. In a coat sum the per capita goss r BtrftM Mtl(4, igff(lr Kk tJ lift llllMUM killer nerd do is to sot the pace that hours; put Into stone Jars and set MnTBlBM,iniun.uinN. .tin u um MlleM higher, as the money callOcUxl from r Enn, WN im ruu, fUMM in a cool place. If thick enough it la OttUMMTMUm r aofctl iu, wmmjI VwIom j the dog tax goes to tho schools in exterminates. ltMMliKirpNwt7war!(aunetfOTikitii Ky tMpynukl norm im irnuti tuii VMMr There's always something about a will keci? without sealing. HWIHyUIWUI(Mttl. LMtMf the county where it Is ooltoctad. The Eoliool wedding that doesn't suit a woman capita for ilvi straight per H.Jtf, Ifedbee ocKruf uL GINGER PlUDDING WITH LEMON children of the whoU S at has never who was hot incited. SAUCE. Marrlnge is about the only thing been higher than. $4, wlioh vua the Tlwo cups cf flour Blfitd with two thn,t can oouvince an old bachelor jaoun for lastt yvxir. toaspoons of baking powder, one-haThis year, on account of tho large that ho doesn't know it all. tcapcon of teaspoon salt, one-Jiaal on In tho Increase Saves Two Lives. ground cloves, two teaspoons ginger. property and aleo and real "Neither my sister nor myself might Mix of with two tablespoons because tho Increased aisaessmoLit on he living today, if it had not ibeen for clarified cup fat, one-ha- lf cup of franchises, thero will ilw unoim money Drsoavoiy" writo3 molasses, ono-ha- lf Dr. King's cup of blown su-- f rote.-than In some j'oara and Urn A. D. .McDorald. of iFayjtbaville, N. gar, one-lia- tf cup milk. Steam In a Fer All Diseases of schools rcr coaWa may go os high C., U, F. D. No. 8, "for wo (both had mold one hour. Sauce: Grated, rind as $4.10, certainly as high as $4.05. Quick Relief and Core for Head The best tonic. Curative frightful coughs that no other remedy and Juice of ono lemon, one-hh- lf The school contus has not ibeen enMedicine for these dls ache, Backache, Dizzlneaa, could help. We were h.ld my sis-t-- .r cup of sugar miX'od with one lev I postirely completed yet so it is not Indie5tioo, Malaria, etc. eo.&es. 50c. Guaranteed. had oJiuuniption. She was .very teaspoon of flour and one of butWr, sible to tell Just wiiat itlie school w nk und had night fcvwate ibut your bolted with two cups ot water. capita will bo but Frank V. s'Jatwa h wonderful niedicliw (vmpletoly cured James, State ApihWM" 1 used HREAP UQ.IDDLE-CAKEsu ls holiii. It's .the si I over thought it wuldeo Ji3 high r lungs.coughs, of." Par Illta of atalo brvul, which mlgh. per capita, or lward Mr. Jiuniai Kjys the $4.10. colds, ht'inoiTnag1, lagrii)i, asUimn., oth Tiwiso be diecard-vl- , anay be util orialnly "wouhl bo ghcr than it had hay fuvr, courIi, whuoiilag coughs ' ized In making griddle cakes. Preover been mid would he mow than all bionohlul .troubltis, ite eupreine. pare one and ono-hacupfuls of stal ixat year. $4 which was fix-jSCc and $1.00. bread crumbs (Jeu'.illg iliard oittsUl-crust)- . Trial boiitlM fro aiv Uuaiuttfe.d by all thusslsts. I'our over crumb3 )iie and Happiest Girl In Lincoln. one-hacupfuls of scalded milk and A Ilncoln, Nvb., girl wri&os, "I lot stand to cool; then add tiwo tabl -Can you Believe'Your Eyes. hod boon ailing lfor eome time with stomach chronic constipation and When two of .them, taste and smell spoonfuls of in!eltid butter, two eggs well ibeaiten and fcifted with ifourit.u-spoo- n fcnouble. I hugsuv taklns lOhambur-laln- 's liavlug boon impaired if not as tills of salt. .CooU same Lira: flbblots and destroymd, Iby Nasal Catarrh, Stomach and are up fully In thixw days I was able to 1 liy Ely'di Cream dlalm, rice grieklle cakes. iatord and gat .better right' along. I am tho can you doubt that thia remedy OREAM.AIUFrilNS. proitdvBt girl in Lincoln. to find such all Itliint has ib vu raid of it by cupa good medicine." For sale by nil tluo thouamds wlio liave um1 it? It Mix and sift one und one-ha- lf ful) of broad flour wttl two Is applied directly to tho affected of tmgar, throe tcapoon-ful- s and begins R's lualmgat of baking powder and one Why not got it today? All Gentle Jabs. onoe. of salt, tind vtft twice. Work Have you a good supply on hand, or isn't it about time to take your next order difficult to dlscourago a girt druggteta or mailed by Ely Dros., 58 . It's ls Wanx-Street, New Yorlt, on receipt in using tips of ftagere, two sing. who can't to the printer? of 'batter; ithen add three The only way to crush an egotist of 50 conts. Look, now, and see if it isn't time to get a new supply of Letter Heads, Envell fourths of a of cream. Take Is to Ignore him. up the batter by spoonfuls and 'half Blind Dizzy Spells, opes, Statements or Bill Heads, and if you are short on anything, send an order to It' a wise provorb that la able to AVllmlngbon, N. C Mrs. Oora L. fill muffin tint, Then bake In a hot The Republican. deliver tho goods. fcvwmty miu-,' , fho man who loses tho game is nev nittar, writes from this, place: "I qvoh from HCteoa to ' If you have used printed matter done by us, you naturally will come here when , used to have blind dizzy epulis, and utos. r "accused of cheating. you have need for anything in our line, and there's a reason. If you have never ' at taken a diplomatic olovator- - 'boy weak cold spolte went all over liEPTT-OVE- R DEESTAKE. had The Republiaan do the work, suppose you get in tho habit. We do the satisfac- easy. doctors could not (hall me to VA a man downand Rare ateakr if chopped flue tory kind of printing and binding. No Job is ever delivered in a shoddy, careless oneagemeot a girl what was wrong. After .talcing oardul .' Aftor her third I am eil rieht and in betWr health seasoned u it'll salt and poppormakes mannor. begins to appear anxious. Occasionally a girl doesn't try to than for 10 years.1' Cordul la a !&& an oxcllent filling for tiandwiclvcs. At The Republican office you get real satisfaction, and pay no more for tlie dy for women which has ioen uod Anoth" 'way of otillrfug it las to chop 'because it's Involuntary. work here tlian you do elsewhere. flirt pepper, , (Only a very rich man can afford to by women for nearly a Ufotimo, It it and season It with salt uid A representative will call upon you if you call the office by 'phono or drop ls with moisten very slightly prerenta the uuwecwry pnlne of fe- then " have ibhlnge gdven to him, a card. ehupo lu'.o halls. Leara to depend upon youraelf J so male tiouhlw, eucli as headache, back- melted buttor and ache, dixainees, dragging down feel- S rvo tiiese cold. y many people can't do a man has diacovwod that ings, to. Try It. RATMAN'S PODDINO. popularity is not worth tlw price. m I rw Two and a half cupu of' cold biscuit ood opinion , Even Jf you haven't a FOR FLETCHER'S egs, onocup criBHbs, two of yourself, see that others have. one-ha- lf granulated sugar, one utid Doa't wptot to laud wlwre you x- - Housekeepers. Contributions 'Accepted.) ttwtpoon- swet milk, one-thiful grnited nuimeg, n aio. nf uls bultwr, mix well wid put in a pan rhkI .bake until brown. with orenm. rd to S'-rv- ' pftltfl( CONSERVE. CftSTORIA The Kind You Have Always Bought oflm bank as of March 7; 1911, mado to the $150,000.00 In One Year AVctjctaWelVrparallonErAs-slmiladnSihcrbounntlRcih-llnglli- c 1 Bears the Signature of no-de- - s AM Furni-22,000.- 00 "" not , ifl In - Use civfl-turw?- . HiK-aiw- p-- ck For Over u yy vi vciiii Ctxni frr; Chllaron cry J Thirty Years United States National Bank C A STO R A CASTORIA PtTTfttTttTttttft tf ttttttTTfTttf Iflf" 8; on $3,-04- 2, THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co, BULBS yir I EG.BARRASS. lf por-bon- v lf N-j- SURE CURE STOMACH, Liver a Kidneys r LECTRIC titi DITTERS lff!??l?ff ft Iff Manage. Ir S. t?H?$?&8?t?3?&$?'S$ I? V! lf d lf Your Office Stationery utit-jrl- ea Commercial Forms, Etc. table-spoonfu- ls es iUs-spooi4- ul H tabb-apoonfu- n cu-ifu- ,4 tha.t-Man- E-2- 3. Chi drn Cry l'; - iwell-heat- rn p v . , . C ASTORIA . Jilt ft ft ft ft ft &UlL mu 4JyLu i Hartford Republican. tend iwcoriH to tew at th. rtoe gKtferd, K7., mH mttw ottlw Mcend youth ft 27, who ANNOUNCEMENT. Tho Boy Scout movement is In- lias been a high flying aeroplane piWo are authorized to, announce Hon creasing rapidly all over the coun- lot for about eight to ks, got out of C P. Keown 'a caridld&to for Repre- try, and It Is regretted that Attor- bed in Xew London at dxwn today, and decided sentative from Ohio county In the ney E. M. Woodward, who assist! looked at tho next' General Assembly of Kentucky, the Hartford boys in starting a local that ho would tune up bis Whlghtbl-plan- o subjoct to the action oX the Republi- organization, does not have Umo to and tako a Jaunt to Now York ' route. He got can party. dtvoto to the Boy Scouts. fTbe move- City, over the alr-lln- e ment is one of tho most worthy or- to Governor's Island shortly after 10 Wo nro authorized' to announce ganizations mallroad o'clock, having chased a a boy even went in to. Albert Leach a candidate for Repretrain through a stretch cf Connectisentative from Ohio County In tho If Judge O'R'.ar Is given tho Re- cut, swept down tho East River over next General Assembly of Kentucky, publican nomination) for Governor, he Hell Gate, touched at Astoria for subject to the action of the Republi- will swevp the State from ono end to gasoline, skipr-w- l over tW Williamscan party. the otlier In November. This is ad burg and Brooklyn bridges,' circled to announce mitted by everybody except a few Re above tho Wall street district and We are authorized toibrlng United States canyons, swung avr Hon. Thos. W. Vinton, of Caldwell publicans who are striving for t'he nomination. the top of the Singer building, noddcounty, a candidate for Supt. of Pub- about en an ed to the pass-nge- rs lic instruction, subject to the notion Centeniown again won more praises tho Republican State Convention, Tuesday when she eo elegantly enter- ing ow.xn Hn-e- and tipped a saluU to of Miss Liberty. Louisville, Ky July 11, 1911. tained and cared for the 3,000 visHo canio alone rind his trip was wero presont at the Fourth itors that When he stoped unheralded. at OF THE of July celebration. You can nlwajs Astoria his gasoline supply TO THE READERS had for old fashcount on Centertown to less than a gallon then drop-HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. ioned Kentucky hospitality. 13H he estimated that he covered The I have sold iny interest in without a stop. He figured Baptist church Sunday morn miles At tho .Republican to Mr. Ramey E. Duke, preach on the roughly that when he finally got to "who has for many years been fore- ing Dr. Bruner will Sabbath. Governor's Island ho had covered 140 of the man of the paper and the business proper observance present his miles. This Is a record for Amranicau manager of the plant, with this Is- Ho promises that he will flying.. In view ofth friendly manner, and it sue passes to Mr. Duko and Mr. (Fo- subject In a would be well for everyone to hear faot that ho started from Boa'.on on ster who has been connected with the Friday and dallied at New London .paper since last November. However, this sermon . for an aeroplane view of the HarvaI will etill be connected with the edithe beat race, he made It will be tco late to kick over the rd-Yale torial department. Mr. Duke is a na- choice for Republican numlnies for Boston to Nuw York trip with only tive of Ohio County and has prov- State offices, if you ara not suited, one break, the flying dis'ance bs-Ien himself lo Iw a young 'man of after you have remaln-iaway from about 275 miles. highest character and standing, and the County Convention; in fact, you Young Mr. Atiwood, .who hitherto deserves well at the. hands of nil of will have no Tight to kick. has not been generally "regarded as our citizens. He is a printer of exa top flyer among aviators, is th.i perience and ability and the naw If Republicans farmers remain away first to maneuver the air .channels klrm will prove a strong on, and w from their County contentions to over tho downtown dlsrict. His predict a successful one. For a long morrow, and allow the Tobacco Trust course took him almost directly over time I havy realized that' the paper to name a Republican candidate for Wall street and up BroadWay.a short should ho managed by a partnership, Governor, it will be their fault this distance abovo the Singer building with one owner in charge of the time. Most of the time he was a thousand news and ibuainess department and feet above tho tallest buildings, hut What has become of the oil boom the other in ctarge of the mechanoften be was within a hundred feet ical dorartment, so tihat all of tho which was slated for Ohio County of them. interests of the paper would be un- this bumtiwr? We had hopd same JIo experienced no difficulty landgushers der the direct supervision of Its months ago that euveinl ing the air path formed oveF the tall owners, and such conditions will pre- would have been stiruck bufore (this buildings. It Aas no dt'jforent (than time. vail under tho new management. going over the hills or mountains. 1 am grateful for tho liberal patron he Unless you attend the County Mass Really it "was about tiho same, age which 'has ,bejn extended to the Convention you will have said. He did nrijt notice' that itlwre iper during the .years of my con- no voice in the selection of dehgatu3 were air currents dragging him d.m, nection .with its business affairs, or in their instructions. or shooting Jilm up. If the iwind is ond speak for the new firm a contindriving toward a .building and you Who is it that is willing to resort are going uance of the same. with the wind It will drive to "anything to beat O'R or?' Respectfully, you up, and on tho other side If C. M. HARNETT. you gsst over-th- ne is a correspondNew Fire Alarm System. ing depressune. It is about the same Tho Hartford Hurald is satisfied A new systrae of fire alarm to thing when you havo to hurdle a hill that the drawing held in Louisville send in an alarm when, the fire starts with your aeroplane, Atwood said. recently for places on the State in a building, and do this while the 'He did not intend to" fly over the Democratic Pnunaiy ballot, fwas ab- fire is in the "water bucket stage, ' city again unkss there was a pros-pe- st solutely fair, and satisfied' Itself up- as insurance man say, has ib.'en patof some reward .to pay for the on this point by going back to some ented. The system is based on tlii danger. He was satisfied that It old Republican primary in principle that air expands when heatit, Ohio County, In which It claims that ed. The air alarm portion consists could be dooo and he had done which was enough for him at present. unfair methods were used for places of a small hollow wine or cojsr alloy He h!id not the people in tihe on the ballot. Well, wo never hoard one-eigof an inch in diameter. To streets btcauso he had not looked, of any complaint about the drawing protect tins hollow wins if cut or Infor places on the Republican .ballot jured, a tiny Insulated wire conduc- and he did not lwar the noise. When Atmood stepped cut of the present tor is run in it If tho hollow wire In Ohio Cduwiy t.ince the arolano afkr lauding at Governpr'e hav-Hart-ffor- d bijn running thi editors is cut or broken, the electric circuit Island he wore a a bUilnoss suit, Republican, and the Hartford in tho little wire is broken and a cla h cap and a pair cf long gloves. Herald will fail to show anything "trouble alarm" is snt to the alarm be.ji. for 'ho gloves h of the kind. Our authority for criti comiuny lioadquarU'a's, flr.t headquar If It had unit would havo b.en tnkk.-- for a young cising the Democratic drawing for ters hulling nothing about it, oa3 business onan. dlis cIoUh-wvjronot lilacos on tho ballot is from one of Popular Electricity. ed and his hair twos nv.it mussed the moat prominent candidate, who Loops of the hoi law wiro aw strun H.b iface was blotclwd witli r id spots, .said he had found out how Win trick around the colling or concealed be- whjm tho wind bed scmrolied it, but was worked and showed us lunv the hind molding of .the rooms, houses th-red 8i)lo:ahw3 did not shoiw anuch, pieces of paper were doubled in a or buildings to bo protected, the different way for the successful ones loors ending in a detector which is for ho is very tonned. H1b earB' ached and thorid werj au;r drainundng to tho manner in which they wsv a disk containing a diaphram. sounds poundiirg in his had, 'he doubkd for tho unsuccessful ont. U a fire starts in tho iroom the was that owry nun on ari in the liollow tube expands sud- said, but othenviso he was all right, The result the slate was given the place on the denly, push against the diaphram ai except porttirp a Uttlo n2rvcu aud tired, an about an hour this' dis ballot which, he desired, and that sets off the fire alarm box.' In case oould nqt happen again in a million of a slow change in temperature; the agreeable feeling had passwl away and during most of tho afternoon he diaphram is not affected as a small ohatUd with jvporters at thj Hotel hole into the air chamber allows the Mantla.ttaiu Mayor Williams has lstiud a I air pressure in the wJre and room Atwocd, who ds a Wright pupil. to Alio ixeJcVnts of this cUy.twll- - to equalize Sudden- expansion of Jng them of the penalty that is on tho the air such as a fire would caufco. L city ordinance books for failure to however, ootuiUa thd dlapluiam. keep your premises in ordar and tho With the "thermostats," now in use weeds cut down., He states that af- - the air about th-- thermostat mu3t ter July 15 the marshal will be ln- - reach an extreme temperature of ICO toileted to take note of all who have degrees F. before. tiw solder melts not c&oyed the ordinance and see and causes an alarm. Tine new systhey aro properly dealt with. Wo tem would .work promptly even, If uro glad .the Mayor has taken th.se the fire ctartod in a rom at zcju tps, and early in the spring there temperature . hould have been a "Clean Up" day .orderud. All of our neighboring clt- Happiest Girl In Lincoln. iu did so, and wo do not like to see ! A Lincoln, Neb., girl "wrlU. "1 had boun ailing If or same Umo with Hartford eo slow. j chronic constipation and stomach Tho Campaign Manager for Mr. crouo le. i 3gan taking- lUuamber-laln'- e Jionks at MorgBHitjuwn last wok sent Stomach and Liver Tablets and out a letter oHe voters naVantiug In thr.o days I was ablo to bo up that his cadWU, could carry (both and got butter right akng. I an the v prowKst FirJ In Lincoln to find fcqch ifce. wots and drys. Ono of (these THOMAS W. VINSON was ajitfwered by an old fanner agocd medicine." For sale by all Ctodida'Jd for Sup.tfiritttK&init of PubJivJjic In Butler Couuty, uid bis na- - dfugbto. m i' lic liwtTitodkm. swer is one of tho most complete we ever road. His biting ridicule and sarcasm concerning tho cwwIWitfwi "wis enough to lino up all the is two-sid"wots' on one Bido and "drys; on the otlier, and openly announce that he M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER can do that, Is tho finest we 'have C. ever soon. EDITORS RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER In a trip over part of the Fourth PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. Congressional District test wiy.lc,tho of this paper heard hunto senior alitor Address all communications dreds of Democrats express 'themselThe Hartford Republican. ves as willing to ,vpto for Judge E. C. O'Rear' If tho Republicans place 3koXT3BS. 'xseXiZf; Cvusx'baxlsm.d,.. .40. him at tho head of their , ticket. In ..2a. fact, ho will carry the' Fourth. Congressional District, Why should any Republican hesitate to vote for him FRIDAY, JULY 7. for tho nomination? ed SEES GOTHAM ' FROMCLOUDS Boston Youth Flies Over Roofs of Skyscrapers. Stunt Comes as Climax to -New Boston- York Flight Areoplane New Record. Harry M. At-wo- New York, July 1. a Ba-sto- his-djfe- m having karihed lb gwiw Hi Dayton-to 0., bad no thought of coming New York on Friday night lie had taken th Mayer of Nerw London to tho boat reo and tfxs people of Kw London had been very nice to him after tho Boaton triv, although when he first landed ihcro a grouchy farmer had protested that In landing his maohlno lie had mined his field of daises. But after dinner W.StirComling Burgese, of the Burgess pany ,nd Curtiss for whom Atwood docs flying stunts enid to Atwood: "Harry, now that ytfu aro Jiarc.why. York don't you Bklp over to New York and make it a Boston-Netrip?" ' Atwood got up at 4:30 o'clock this morning and rapped on Mr. Burgess' room. "I'm going to New York," he saldr "All right," sad 'Mr. Burgess, "I'm going to have a little mora sleep',' His mechanician, Edward Fleet.had accompanlrd him on tlio trip from Ronton to Now York, but Atwcod dethe cided that he would itnk? nil risks of tho trip to New York Shortly after be struck out from Now Haven Atwccd, who' malni'.aInMl an average distance of about fifteen on hundred fo it from tho ground the whole trip, struck the line of (the New Haven & Hartford railroad. He did not hesitate to follow .this trail especially when ho caught up with a' train, which was making top sped. the train was Part of the time and ahead af the flying machine part of the time tho train was Gehlnd. Atwood said his machine was mvxking about 55 miTe3 an hour and the train ' which was an express, did not imaka, any stops. The passengers on the train saw- the fiydng machluo and one of them was so interested that he chased down to Governor's Island to congratulate Atwood. , w $$$$$$$$$$$$?$$$$$& Reductions In MILLINERY! In order to rid our stock as near as possible of every seasonable Hat, we have made special prices on the ma- 'i jority of our stock. Millinery at advantageous 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 Hat You Can Buy For $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50 If you are interested at all in Hats, we can serve you well. ' cross-count- ry ng 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 000000000000000000 FOR YOU If YOU have any local news, if you are to have a ipanty, if you have any relatives or frionda visiting you, or if you are going away on a visit, if there is anything going on in the club or society to which you belong, send it to Tho Re- .publican, and if you haven't time to ,wrl,p' " us hy tole" phone, No. 123. v E. P. Barnes & Bros. BEAVER DAM, KY. 00000000000000600 It If S99l1l?9t!9fyVf x SEND YOUR BOY TTO e$SSS99!9SSSS&VS$9S9S9 MATH EN EY & BATTS :. -- on Vanderbilt Training School n a LKTON, KY. aS FOR BOYS men. n A limited select school for boys. Faculty j I? Our patronage has come from several Southern States. Twenty-fou- r different towns in Western Kentucky of college-traine- d rep-resented.this H X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X & ear. Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Baths. Extremely healthful location. $i,000.00 recently spent on improvements. NO SALOONS IN THE TOWN OR COUNTY. Morale surroundings excellent. UNEXCELLED AS A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG BOYS. Z j r. 'Nineteenth Year Begins September 1911 Write for catalogue. Address all communications to i 3 X X X X X X X Desk "B MATHENEY BATTS. let-iw- ijtftftftftftJtftJiJtttftftfti Mr. was a J, T. CaBehler, of B avor Doi, bm of the paintings and other m -mnJos ificm and near plasant caller Wednesday. and wUe ds ' r --9 Listen Wait Watch Fair's Big' Jones' aatlons. Judge Hnduraon In Scotland will visit tvlatlv-- s frl-nof his youthful days.aad ' and hew tho first of tlw riek. will Mum to Fordsvlllo about Sep Mr. Georfra M. Row., stamp clerk tember. in tho poatoffico nt Houston, Texas, paM us n coll List Friday. ,' Notice to Tax Payers. Mr. E. Q. Barross, who wvwnely "Taxes for 1911 are now due. Any sipmicicd Ills I ft foot, and ankle last obo can pay by calling at the of- Friday while playing ball and running 'flce. T. II. BLACK. S. O. C. to third bate, is much b"JU.r, and Is . ablo to walk Ith n. caroa. Special Train. Air. Robert Caon,Tnlfo nod dmigfe-tw- r, vfsVed relatives of Laulavill., v "44 TOBACCO HHHMMMHHHIHHHHI H I Jubilee Sale. You cannot en- Will begin THURSDAY JULY 13, continues . until SATURDAY JULY 22nd. " afford to miss it. Big Bargains during tire Sale. Fair's. Special attractions each day. Come and invite your friends to meet you . at ' Don't forget the date ana place and member it pays to trade with?a house re- that saves you money. - Itegfcl&Gb: PHILLIPS HOTEL 'BATH HOUSENew Building .. Five Mineral Wells .. Shady Yard .". Ijarge, Cool Rooms. -. .- MODERN STEAM AND MINERAL BATH HOUSE Baths gaven by Hot Springs Attendants. J. R. PHILLIPS, Proprietor. rates: ( 7 to S10 per week. dawson springs, icy. The Cheapest Place of Earth to buy all kinds of Seeds. The OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY QO. 29tf Hai'tford, Ky. Hartford Republican. TRDOAY, JULY 7. ': ' -" UllnolsCentralRallroad-JIm- o, Table. At Beaver Dam Kv. No. No, J. T. OasbIer & Co., Funeral Dicalls rectors and Emba'niHrs. All promptly and carf fully attended to day or night. Bji'h tetw.ihones. Bsav or Earn, Ky. 51tf Mr. Ditto, of Hardinaburg, was lulio ' . North lion ml. I2 duo ;05nm. Ro. 102 due 2:48 p.m. Jlonday , Sim Hi Itonuil. No. 181 duel I JO a.m. fri.ni No. mi dn MH p. ui. In tho No. l:il dues 15?. id of on his return homo Cont;nin, where he had bo-.IntiTAt of tho Breckenridge County FairT Mrs". Mary C. thiu-- mcnltiS nlht Carbon typewriter paper for sale at 34tf. Tho Republican office. ' Mr. James T. Davis was a caller Wednesday at this office. ,r Mr. W. H. Parkfl, of near Beda, paid ,us a call, Friday afternoon. 'Mr. Guy Forrester, of Earllngton, ' arrived Monday for a few, days "visit : here. SI Mr. Royaner W. Tinsley has retnrn- eU frum a viuek's eojourn at Dawson Springs. . Mr. Ellis Fctster attended the Fourth of July co?lration at Owens-bor- o, Tuesday . .,, AtinrnAv VI. L.' :lkiavrin and sten ographer, MJai FaattWhitUnghiU. .were in Conicrtown Sjwduy. i"Misa Oaoca Moaelt-y- - hiw roturnod fmn Whitesvlllo, where rfie Xmfl. the guet of Jllss Addle way hmh? ' Col. Geori Allenwf Louisville, was In tawn ithlu week In the inte.iest of a BcBion, Ma., lusuranco conpa-n- St. White afiUjr as'jay in au Art Studio In Loufs, arrived Tuilay to spend r the summer with her ianfiiits, 'Capt. and airs. S. K. Cox. At( a. meeting of itho councllmen of Fordsvilla cided" ILlUU JOT p Monday night Jt to acojpt bonds Hie XIUIJUIIIS nxt Ul w3 deUU1I Monday - U VH) combined; and lock-uVusens of carbon paper should try the famous "Echo" carbon paper, Guaranteed the best paper on the market. Sold publican. iby Tho Hartford Re- ; 44tf. Prof. I. 8. Mason, formerly prln clpal of the Fardavillo Graded School, but now with th-- i New England Mutual Lite Insurance Co., with headquarters in Louisville, epent Wednesday night in Hartford. Senders and son, Mr. who James Saulers, of Louisville, have itfcjn visiting lira. C. M, Bar-ivj'- J. aud Mrs. L, B. Fost-i- r for sanio time, left Widnesc"ay for OrMenville, Ky., where tbey will visit, Mr. Heary- G, Jai.-a- , drculatlon manager of tho Madlajnvllle Hualur, was lii tho city tact week in the IntnoM of tho IlupkJna County Fair. He and Mrs. Rawo epnt aovdial daya v and with relatives at Caatrtaiwn, left Wednesday Cor tblr honi. 'Mrs. of DV jTo Hopkins County Fair, Madlson- will bo Saturday even- vllle, Ky., July of 1911. ing to meet wiihr thd members Company "H" and mako . arrange-- . filave Hartford 8:30 a. m. " Cenrtown . .....S:4i a. m. of nionts lvlotlvo to tho the comrany for tho earning encamp- ' i" Kronos 8:C5 a. m. ment. Moorman 9:07 a.m. 9fl7 a. m. Tho Wheat Growtra aro requested $" Bremen ''"Mlllmirf. nm -. ,.-.- n?27 to moot In Hartford, Saturday July 8, rj, ' 9:41 a. m. In connection with the County Union ,V Anton A. S. of B. Good attendance is de- Arrive, MidUonvlllo ..10:00 n. m. Leavo Madlsonvllle returnlcg, 6:05 sired as Important business is to bo pm. transacted. Ono faM plu3 25 oanta, ($1.33) for T. II. BALMALV, Ch'm'n. tho round trip. At the- Fin.lt Chrkitian Church next ..Dates ot sale July ISth to 22nd., InH. clusive. Sunday morning Prof. Thomas Smilii, fcimerly a member of the Return; limit July 2ith faculty Hartford College will of jThe special train service .will be pr ach. At tho owning iJenvickj he run only on following dates, July s, will a lec.ure, his Bubjyct "Our Ttfinee Hdroes." Everybody 51t3 II. E. MISQHKE, Agt. Invited to optend bcijh Mr. Frank Hudscn, who wns alied Protection of Fraternal Erabelms. liume on account of the' death of his ' While m-- n who are members of of secret societies do sister, Mrs. Richard Browner, not always wear Cincinnati, f who was buried hore the emblems of tli5o orders, it Is no Salurday, will remain here for two. uncommon thing at great traveling or thivJi .we?ks. For several years oent'-r- s to see young women and chll he nas .been connected wi'.h the Cum- divn who are ''Masons," "Elks" or berland Telir.hono Co., and at pres- "Odd Fellows." Not that tiny really ent is located In, Ohio. are affiliated .with these orders, but Tlho funeral services of Mrs. Richard that the various emblematic pins have Brawnor, of dnolnnaitl, wo: cotvduot- - beif put on them to ,nssure 'ed at iihe rieuddenco cf her another, safo'y, traveling. In read We Mrs. Emara Hudson, Sa'urday mornwhere a few daya ago a ing at 10 o'clock, by ReV. J. W. young girl upon whoso breast was Bruner. Tie padl bearers were: pinned a square and xcompass lost R. R. Ri'ey, E. Y. Park.Clar-ona- o he railroad ticket. She mas journeyCos:b.!or, James Nance, E. G. ing along from California to a disSchroel-eand W. H. GJllosple. tant eastern point. A man who Mr. h. .M. Stevens, ot Hou'jj 2, is .the fact that somo member convinced of the pawr.r ot tho adver- of her family was a (Mason, learned tising columns Mt Tlxe Republican. of her misfortune. There 'was not much try ceremony, but In less than fivo minRecently he thought he would a little three lino local and ee If he utes a newi ticket had be--n bought a.uld tell n cow he had for tale for and paid for and the girl placed safesome time. The results were satis- ly aboard the train on which she factory for tho stock was sold in a was to continue her. journey. f w days after the Insertion of the : i advertisement. RENDER. . Ohartfjs F. WillaTd, a Ifonwir notl . Juno 27. J. B. Boiling, of Beaver member of the Cuntiss aviation wtaff, Dam, was here 'asK Wednesday. mado four successful flights Mors Ell and Guy Dennlson .were iniHari- t forrf last Wednesday. a cnoiwd of ten thousand pujplo the Diviesa Coun'y fair grounds Tum-day- ,- irJ. II. Brown, ot Louisville, wasihere under- - 4he ausipioe-c- f ,the- .O wens last Thursday. boro 'Lodge of Elks. Tia abtrjndance D. B. RhoodJ, of Beaver Dam.was at the Foarith of July cei 'nTatiKTiL was here last Thursday. . the largest Dn, record, for thoft city Dr. Moore, of Beaver Dam, and Tho Fourth District Leader, of Mar- - Gfo, Buhr, of Cloverport, were here dinsbuTg, says: J. Ney Foster, Junior Friday. editor of tho Hartford Republican, L. T. Millard waa in Dam spent Friday and Saturday. In town Friday. shaking hands with his many friends. McWni. Fair, of Hartfoiid, and Mr. Foster "was editor cf tho. Leader Dowell Fair, of Soddy, Tvnn., and two years ago and won for himself M. M. Bardwell, of iLouisvlllo, wrw many friends while here. His visit hero Saturday.- to this office was very much, enjoyArchlo Maln, of Morgantown,' was ed. heile Saturday. Mr. and (Mrs. Simon Jones and iMrs. ccmvettlcns 'Were held In thijs ccunty last Saturday by the .Ino. Schwandr.s went to Louisville Rr (publicans to solocit a candidate for Sunday. of R'lpresentaitlve. The dfAigatts will Mr. arid Mrs. Everett Kendall, mvat hone atUrrnoon wlwi Beaver Dam, were here yesterday. " tto choice of each precinct will b3 Dave; Duku wsjit ito Hartford annoumoed. Judging freni reports Mrs. II. D. Myers went to Beaver from several pr clnots It apptiars tliat probably, Jlr. C. P., Kwawn la slight- IXtni yesterday. I. P. Barnard, cf Loulsvill?, nr.d S. ly In tlw .luad awr Mr. J. A. L.tich, " 0. Keawn ,of Beaver Dam, werjt hore of Beaver Dam. Dr. Horace J. Boll 1 Ift Monday af- today. h ternoon for Ijoulavllle, whe'i will bo connoted In the deinlal profession with Dr. C. E. Nary, on Jof- forson stavet. Sltce Dr. Ball's graduation . from tho dental college h Attorney Law has been lacattd In this city,' and HARTFORD, KY. during ithat time had built up a nice practice, and made many friends who Will practice his profusion In this irogrot totiw him locate elsawhor--. and adjoining countlua. Corcmiiarclal lWo join with his other friends in and, Criminal Practice a Sieclalty. wishing him much auoiss. The rogram Is announced for the Kensecond auunal session ot liie tucky Baptist Workers Assiinbly to bo held at Dawson Springs tho we"k of July 23. The list of addrvesesand lectures by prominent men Indlca'jos that tho Dawson rooming Is to be Fcr two l'nonths, beginning one of the (strongest assemblies ever held In the State. It la described as July 15, I will give as a prc-niiu- m a training school for Sunday School Capt Jam3 M. c?(-- orr ;!" - Insure the Growing Crop f bo-1n- Against .Damage by f Hail Storms!! The lowest rate at which this of insurance has ever been offered in Kentucky. $1.50 per acre from the time the plant is set until the crop is cut and put in the barn. Five acres cost $7.50, ten acres cost $15.00, hfteen acres cost $22.50, for the entire growing .v season. - Me-sT- t class t r rec-ogn!- NOTHING CAN PREVENT Pr-cln- HAIL t yos-terda- y. I Hail destroys the value of tobacco. ! Protect yourself against this unfore Otto C- Martin at seen and unpreventable hazard. We are authorized by the State In-surance Department to issue To bacco Hail Policies. $ I FREE! WSKfi t T Jn L fa Mil r si 4 i nnul flnln. 1TA1. M 1.U. s .1.1..... Settle y. J 3 Mer8. Park Taylor, .Hardin Riley and' Hoy t Taylor woro In Ownstooro Tuoeday for tlw Fourai of July cele. bration. Typewriter paper In all wAdaa, type writer rlbbona and carbou paper for aale all Uw tlma, ttt The Republican oHloe. ". Wpeclallydl&cuased will be Mlsslous, Suruday Schools, and la attractively pootriao Tho pro-- am gooten up in two colons anu its mots. urgent, appeal te that every church f the denomination, will be ,r.pro- asnted. Mr. A. Huaeraoh4Hoduco merchant of Fordsvlllo, left for Scotland Tues day. Ho will visit relatives at Cincinnati on his way and wlllrall from Ltyow Yort about Saurday. Mr. H n- tho, map and dersontook with nim paintings made.iby Edwin Foh-- s tor i hie tbrothef3n-laMr. 'James Darr, Tlio,"Reliable of Glasgow, SootUnd. Alcx a siu-al-l box ot Indian antiquities from the Hartford, Indian Arrow 1U4 Rid, which was Bone-olencew, one years subscription TlJo Hartford Republican to or The. Hartford Herald, with each pair of $5.00 Gold Spectacles, guaranteed to wear permanently and fitted scientifically. manm Hartford, r is , i y. fCO'Ai MM & -- -J If meKinney, Men- - The Insurance Kentucky Office Opposite Court House. J '- i t 1 If . B. TAPPAN, Jeweler and Opullcan, J V - Kentucky. .V .." T k , QestioflS for Exaraiiatioi Oib you "tigs?' aoyT If o try oar hAwl on the following which wre propounded FrldAy to th "who want Ohio county puonlo "tench ho young iikft how to shoot" AIUTHMEmC. 1. (a) .Upon what principles la the Roman notation founded? (b) Wrlto in Roman numerate 90 JS2, 1500 and 1876. to (c) "Wrlto In figure XL.VI, MDCII and MDC. 2. Dlvldo .0026 ihy tho XOI-- tho product of sum of riage for $280, and two fifths of.tho cost of tho carrlago ws equal to of tho cost of tho horse. What was the coat of each? Id. 4. (a) Tho dividend is 1880, the quotient is 17, and tho ronrnlndor is CC, what is tho dlvleor? (b) Tho quotient of a division Is 834. "What quotient would hava been obtained if both divlend and Utvlsor 13! by had first been multiplied Why? 10. 5. A 6quaro plot of ground that of an acre la corored contains with cord wood (4 ft long) to an aye rage height of twelve feet TVhat Is tho vrood worth at ?4.12 por cord? 6. In what tlnw would a field S00 g toy 60 rd. pay for 2 ooxts por foot.lf the lengthwieo, at field yield two buahls, at UC per acre rooro than fojfore tho draining? The drains are 4 rods apart, and the first drains run down the cen ter of tho Hold. 7. "What Is the shortest stick that can bo cut into pleecs, 9 in., 12 In., or 15 in. in length, witih nothing remaining? 8. How many oranges must a boy buy to sell to make a profit of $9.30, if he buys at the rate of 5 for three oents, and sells at tho rate of 4 for 3 cents? 9. Give answers to lie following: (a) 15 4 of 660 what? 4 per cent of what Xb) 600 is 15 .number? 7 is what por oent of (c) (d) .2 .par cent of 40 what? (e) 20 is .2 percent of what numtwo-thir9-undor-daalnln3-3-3-3-- 3 A mnn brought .037 and .9 .02 and .005. ft horso and car- The bottle kMP the strength of bo-hiUon and do4w it down as nseded, no at- bo that, onoa eet, R require months. taMion for T!h MifoMa can trap is Very slm- bVi. A hok la cut in tho cover of ths can Juat tho ribt lzo for ono of tli ffttuliiar wlro traps to fit over. A pJclftl restless trap for this (purpose Is now being made. Tho fly attracted from a great dis'.anco by tho odor. It caii not get Into the tho can .but Invariably inlka Into 2500 trap. By count 1 once caught minutes in such a flics In fifty-fiv- e trap nt tho roar of a- - grocery store. Ntnv Orleans Picayune. not roault from thomorkof firebugs jbut often severe burns are causHuck-Iui- 'b ed that make a quick need for Arnica Salvo, tho quickest, surest euro for burns, wounds, bruises, bolls, sores. It subduea inflamatlon. It kills pain. It soothes and heals. Drives off skin eruptions, ulcers or plies. Only 25c at all druggists, m May Death In Roaring Fire. ting walking as ono of tho best means of keeping the human machine in eood working order, and one of Now authorities York' foremost medial went so far as to eay, In a lecture to young men studying for the profession, that if tvery adult could bo persuade to make a conscientious habit day, every of walking flvo miles and there would he 6uch prompt general improvement In health that doctors would soon have to bo looking for o'.hor ways of making a livCulture for Physical ing. From June. The Walking Cure. Doctors are of one mind in advoca $100 Reward $100. bo Tho readers of this paper will ploa-cto learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has stages, boan ablo to cure in all its and that Is Catlorrh. Hall's patarrii Cure is the only positive cure known d ber? 10 A man invests 75. 1- -3 $12,000 in 3 per1-- cent stock at of tho proceeds In 3 1' and invtets percent stock at 96, and tho remalndo at 5 percent par. Find the change in , his income. 3 Ho sUs out a Tor summer diarrhoea in cliilrtr--- n always give Ohambertaln'H ColIe.Chol-or- a and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil, and a speudy cure Is certain. n For eaie by all druggists. . ... m m .i for the purpose of nominating state o at the fflclals to i regular November election1, 1911, be and is approved and that pursuant to One directions of the Republican State Central Committee it is ordered and directed that a mass convention be hvld at the Court House in Hartford, Ky., July 8, 1911, at 1:30 Standard Time, for the puriose jot electing 33 delegates and 33 alternate djlegates to nttwnd the State Convention to be held in Iniisville, Ky., July 11, 1911 for tho purpose of nominating candidates for office of July rural mail careat it was ordered that the call for Beginning with salary of $1,000 a Convention for July 1, l&ll riers will dnaw a the State Republican Executive Committee of Ohio County Jwld at the Court House in Hartford, on .May 26, 1911- and a Ma jority of the coramrtteo berog pres-- Call for Convention. At a regular meetiag of ilie Catarrh to the medical, fraternity. being a oastltutlonal dtetuse.requires Hall s a constitutional treutoent. Catarrh Cure Is taken lniUinnally.act-In- g directly upon the .blood and mu oous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of tho disease, and giving the patient strength and by building up the constitution assisting r.uture in doing tts .work. ifaith The proprietors have, bo onuoh in its cumtlve powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that fails to cure. Scad for list of testimonials. Addriss: F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all 'Druggiste; 75c. " Take Hall's Famly Pills for conm stipation, V Better Pay For Carriers. 3 .. Magan, .... t.& Cromwell, .... 2 The Indians of our oowwtay have Cool Sprinsfl nwwny legends connected wkh contain North Roskport, A , i6 iwtmlent South Reokpert, ,r, .,..,. ........4 peculiar habits or among thn, aayn the Kvi Man. if Selet , ft.. '.'.; 3 B ono shoHld chance ito' vtoit tk honie Horse Rrafieh, ...',.. .;.... of an old Indian he would fwb&ps Roln'e A...;. .9 ... ..; 5 notice a (turkey wing hanto, nnur East Reaver Dam, , ... 5 tho lire. DeaVer Dam, West ' g This the Indian uata to fan his fire MolIonry 6 into a flamo and make It, burn ', sultry Smallhous brightly( or perhaps in the days of Bumm.r to fan hlmwelf. If East Fordsvllle asked why ho uses the turkey wing West Fordsvllld, ... ...f ...5 Instead of ihe wing of any other bird Aotnavll!e,...'?... ...1 he would no doubt rolatnj the' follow- Shreve, ....... ... -;. ing story: ..,3 t Olaton, ...r.5 i. Many ywars ago the fire of thefcworld Buford, ..:.,;..... ,...2 4 was nearly extinguished; this happen Bartletts,':,,.:.'nM. 2 ed Just at tlw boglnnn of tho .winter Hoflln, . ,".y. 2 6eason. The birds of the air ,.wr Ceralvo .u. . intui- Point Pleasant, ;..... .. )2 filled with anxiety, for 3 tion told them that thy would oieid Narrows, .;'..' .... .' 3 heal to keep them warm through tho Ralph, '.;.7.' 3 winter. , Prentte, 2 A bird council was held, and'it was liorton : 3 decided that the birila whloli could Arnold, 8 fly tho highest should sar lno tha Rendjr, ....! a air and bq if they couWflnd spark of fire anywhere. Tho ("efforts 135 Total r of tho eagle, lark and raven wiero In a Number of votee necessary to vain. Tho honor was left to the lit- choice 68. R. D. MARTIN, Chmn. tle brown sparrow, who epiinl a spark J. NBY FOSTER, Sec'y,. of firo in the hollow of an old stump of a deep forrcst In tho The birds flocked around tlio sjnmp A Reliable Remedy and tried to djldf3 who shouldpfcck FOR ' the spark out. Hut all tlvlr of forts wero in vain; (o tha dismay tlwy saw the spank growing smaller and Cream Balm fainter. The turkey then volunteered Ely's It quickly absorbed. to try to keep the tiny coal alive by Gitet Reiki at One. fanning it with its wings. Day after It cleanses, soothes, the heals and protects day the turkey kopt fanning; diseased heat b3cane greater each day, until tho resulting mem Catarrh and drives brane from the feathers wero alngtd off tho tur- awny aCold in thellead.quickly. Kestores carefulSenses of Tasto and Smell. Full fire the key's bead. If one notices at Druggists or by mall. Liquid ly ho will see lumps on tho head lot a SO cts. Balm Cream fur uso in atomizers 75 cts. turkey fiat appear as blisters. Ely Brothers, 50 Worren Street, New York. It Is belkned that tho turkoy was so badly burned that all kurkoys since have had bald heads and wear the blisters as a memento of the bravery of the turkey. The faithful twrkny lost his beautiful feathers, but b gavo back fire to tho world; so In his honw and as a memorial of hi the falthfullness the lrflian laws Succeed when everything else fails. turkey u,ing to anake his fb burn. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses the ere the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. Solves a Deep Mystery. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND "I want to thank you from the botSTOMACH TROUBLE tom of my heart," WTa'.e C. B. Radr, it is the best medicine ever sold IwwlabUTg, AV. Va., "for the wonof over a druggist's counter. from derful double benviflt I got roe of both Electric Bitters, ir oiu-lna severe case of stoandch trouble and had of- - rtoeumattem, from which I I71 rni bean an .almost helpless sufferer for ,r-vw r v.c7c as ton years. It suited my 'cose though made just for me." For dyspepsia, indigestion; Jaundice and to rid the sywtem of kidney poisons that cause rheumatism. Electric Bitters has no equal. Try them. Every bottli 13 guaranteed to Batiafy. Only 50c nt w all druggists. Why the Turkey is UM Directory com Cg,,, vr .- thr .. CATARRH Mm Electric Bitters . CtreuH Bh D. Mbko, Attorney; W. P,MMWtf, 'jaJlert 8. O. BarraM, Clrk; F. L. Maater CotWoner; K, T. Colllwi. fnmee ivr? Kundj T. II. Klaok, hr-If- f, liariferd. Dputle-- 8. O. Kown an Lon Blaelc Court convenes flrat Men-da- y three In February and continue weekaj tWrd Monday In April, twd weeka aeeend Mondiir la June, three weeks; thkd MonOay In October two.wccka. It. Wedding, County Cort.-- R. W. S. Tlnetey, Clerk, C. B. Smith, Hartford. Court convenes llrat Monday in each month. Quaaterly Quarterly Court Beelna on tho rqurth Monday in February, May, , AUgUit Tahd November, Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday In January and first Tuesday In October. Other County Offleurt C. S. Moxfley, Burvbyor. i'ordyvlllc, Ky., It. P. V. No. 2: Uernard Felix .Assessor, .Hartford. Ky.. It. F. IJ. Nd. 2 j Henry Leach. Dr. A. 11. Superintendent, Hartford; ltiiey, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COUIITS. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd iionday In March, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December. O. 12. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afte 3rd Monday In March, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday after 01 Monday in December. John II. Miles, Itockport, Friday after 3rd Monday in March, Friday after 3rd Monday In Juno, Friday after 3rd Monday In September, Friday after 3rd Monday In LVjcomber. J C. JockKon, Ccntertown, Saturday after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday at ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday lifter 3rd Monday In September, Saturday after 3rd Monday in December. M. C. Cook, Kenfrovr, Tuseday after 2nd Monday in February, Tuosday after 2nd Monday in May, Tuesday after 3rd Monday in August, Tuesday after 2nd Monday hi November. Thomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday after the second McMday in February, Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in August, Wednesday uftor 2nd Monday In November. C. V. Miles. Fordsvllle, Thursday 2nd Monday In February, Thursday after after 2nd Monday, in May, Thursday after 3rd Monday in August, Thursday after 2nd Monday In November. WLP- - p,attP,n, Ilalph, Friday after 2nd Monday in February, Friday after 2nd Monday In May, Friday after 3rd Mon-Aa- y ,ia usust, Friday after 2nd Monday in November. HARTFOItD POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe, Judge; G. B. Likens.Clty Attorney; Sam ltiiey. Marshal; A1iTSneA.secl?d.Monday ln each month. ItC, Nayor; Ke-llx, OXts Cew.aa.ty F. Birkhmi 3vmi Foatr.ifJii.. C. K. BlHRBTT 0. X. 81KT1 IARNETT it SMITH, Attorneys courts at1 IjAW, HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice their profession in all th of Ohio and adjoining eoi ties, and Court of Appeals. 8p- - 1 ate...ruste4 tention given to all buetne to their euro. Collections at.j the Practice of Criminal and Real Rstate Law Specialties. Office In Republican building. f , Ju!; y, '. Attorney at Law, li HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice hi profession ln Ohl and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty. Office la the Her aid building. & FRANK L.FELIX, tfANCYL.MOSLEY, HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and ln the Court of Appeals. Also Notary Public. Office over First National Bank. JOHN B. W4LSO.N CHA8. M. CROWB Attorney at Law t M1 WILSON & CROWE LAWYRRS HARTFORD, - KY. . Will practice their profession ln all the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun-ties, and ln the Court of Appeals. Special attention, given to criminal practice and to collections. Offloa o Main St., opposite Court House. SS T r&"7k.K- MmKerBof Council, T. It. Bar- Glenn' chairman; j J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. Matters Given Prompt AttenPENSION AFFIDAVITS A tion. SPECIALTY. OTTO C. MAKTUf S. P. McliENNEV -- Secretary. C. M. Harnett. CM rr?iey'andDr. E. B. Pendleton. " R0OTinfi?.teefJ-.H- Ohio County R a. yJn eSSh moi"l. m. Prayer ItnLIQIOUS Church SEHVICES ces South-Servi- monrlnc All Wednos-agnZVi:f- Sunday S.hool 9:45 Vlnffl ElslJi PastorT i?v. every Sunday mSFitlst cllVrah-Servi- cts Sunday 5TOa m. Prayer nieetlmr every School AVcd. nesday evening. Key. Su:ndav"n?'CihUrc!,-Serl- cs sJJnn iyo g && -- W WrJelrt pastor. eac'hPnionhthrc!.1rSrvlces flrst Sunday In u. m. and 7 m Sunday Scool 9:13. , SECRKT SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodge No. CT5. F. & A M meets first and third Monday nlcht ill each month. Owen Hunter, W. At. l" P. Foreman Secretary. Keystone Chanter Nn. 110 tj a nr meets every third Saturday night li! P" 'U- - i EMer nnJ 7 P- - cvr- - fourth Sunday " n, Martin & McKeneey t Hartford Ky. 1 General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK T yWbf sfe&jg01' H,u Pr,est; Hartford Chapter and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. year, an Increase of $100 over their present pay, as the Postoffiee Departvoted.-jupoment bill passed the House and Senate. The inc,peaad .was an amendment added to the appropriation (bill just before the last vote, waa taken. The increase granUd iwlll be tiw third one to bo rjcelwd by Uie rural cawiers ainca the department was put in open tion in 1903. The original pay of ruyear. ral aniill carriers was ?C0O to ?"50 two years This was lncr-asolater and In 1M7 to $900. All carrier who have full length routes and who of handle the pivucrtlMl number plec-will get the raise. Governor, Ijleut. Governor, Attorney Auditor, Tmujurer, SecGeneral, retary of State, Sunt, of Public Instruction, Commu.s'.ouor of Agrluil ure and Statltsics and Clerk of Court of Appeals, to bo voted for at the November eloutlon 1911. R. ill. Martin, Ch'iu'n. 47tf J. NBY FOSTER. Soe'y. Old Soldiers Tortured. "For years 1 suffoped unspeakable torture from Indigea'ion, constipation ir - ii i treatment Spnalnu ivqulru careful Keep qutat and apply .Chamberlain's linanient freely It will avenuvo the thf eorenits and quickly jostore For parts to a Jwal'Jiy condition. art vale by all drugieta. iili, ij K TaKe and liver trouble." "wrote A. K. Smith, a war vobemn t Erie, Pa., "but Dr. King's Now Idfo P1113 fixd me all Try In The Contemplation of simply swat" rlgbt Tliq-'rany stomach, Ilvei or kldno Beauty them for trouble. Only 20c at all druggist, in there is no charm that a woman Is prouder of than a pretty set of teeth . A Strange Story. Beauties who lack this essential and ana a dlsflguro-nwn- t, ArgyJc, Mich. Mrs. AVm. II. Carson whoso front teeth have bridge work insurted, as in a loiter from Argylo, sajs; "I was t..i cannot bo distinguished from the almost ralld with pain in my head, an It "Wo are exports in teoth. othor Bovcre pains from womaulyflirou natural crown and urldgo work, (gold Inlaya ?.urllartrord Camp, AV. 0. W. No, 202 Con. S0HI,m!fM,er' Thomas Williams: Clerk, blea. Aftier using Cardul, I obtained C. Wttllucc. great roller. 'Furtluer uso of Cardul and plato work. rTCStOn Alnrrnn Pn.t Mrt n a r. v ark. Sat- holds regular Written guaranteo on all meetings Saturday beforo raised 1110 from my bod of agony. Caxi isfaction in overy particular. r?i rfin MSfday m eacl1J. nnth.Itogors, it dul saved my lifo whon nothing W. ' Commander; olso would help mo". AVhother DR. H. J. BELL, A. S. of E. sick, or almply uIIIdb, take DENTIST, Cardul, the woman '6 tonic National Officers: l Narrows, Ky. lin, regulates irrogularltlos, Office in Republican Bltfg. I Hartford, Ky. Picsldcnt-- M . IJ. Sharp,Woods. Vice PrcslUenl-il. builds weak, nervous woman .bstak to V. Ivump, Hotla X lOUCt Ind. health. Stati) Officers: Aak jour druggist tibout 4 if' " 'ronun, Carroll county, Pres. it. Hendeison county Vlco P ' Id ' .Uarrotf' e No. 81, O. meets second and fourth Monday E. S.. even! Andcrson, W. M. Miss Lizzie Sii.a Secretary. Hough River Lodgo No. 110, Knights of lythlas, meets every Tuesday night. C' C" J' Ney Kster' K- of R. &sPan' Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M.. meets every first night It. D. Walker,and third Thursday Commander; L, p, foreman, I'ecord. Keeper. Sunshine HIvo No. 42, L. O. T. M.. moots every first and third Friday night la each month. Mrs. Attye Grlfftn.Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton. Lady Record Keeper. Carpenters and Joiners local 1SS1. meets 1st baturday night ln eachNo. month asBB' lres-- : w- - D- - Lue So- Treal Acmo Lodge No. 339. I. O, O. F.. meets second and fourth Friday nlcht In cachmonthOV. ItHedrlck Nobfe Grand -!. Harnett Secretury. Ohio Tribe No. 18S, Imp. Order Hod Men. meetft KPffimi nmi day night In each month. James C. Ben" K- - 1ate. ol ?,cit J0111- Chief od TRADE-MARK- S obutud In obtjUn PATENTS nil oountrlei, or bo Ire. TH AT PA JutvMUM thom ihomchlr, at our expense, uufbelp 70a to tnooeM. Beadirodet. photo or lltetdi for rrtEE report on fnctjoo. tanUbUU7. t REFEFrCNCES. For tree OuWe Book dn ProJttfcnle IluenM write to B03-B0- B proIl7 jm Seventh WASHINGTON, D. C. ,.. A I ' KBLLthe COUGH AND Ash-Ad- CURE THE LUNGS hecrolary-Trcasuror-- S. Dr. King's New Discovery WITH ! IIH Trial Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. E-2- Fly Traps. A dimple, tffoctlvo aneans of oning Is to till a with a 2 per cunt Bolution of formalin Place a germicide. 4h conunoa lmyrt tie saucer over it and good-Bhyi- "sBMfir d poisho&Uo whole. A nick is broken In tho moulli of Ui on a tbe bottlo, or it may b Hi of chip, bo that the liquid will partially fill tho saucer ami a small jtlli of (broad, covered .with sugar J placed in one tfidi as on added atiIK)th boiUie and eaucer traction. jaay bo mounted in a 'wooden or 'wlru In "brackHt bo that It may be huug tmy quiuiy conwr about tbu utabld or porch; or, with a 1 title ahelf UicU-o- d in placM, lite bottle may bo simply Joaned up in a corner. During hot, dry wvu.tlwr, with no athor writer 'ear, tlda device "will covr tho back porch or wtablu door black with flLos. It to quite jjobU1 eanie each doors, would jirove tho clwapeRt and oaa'ost w.iv trf dealing with tho whole fly problem E.y. TaKe What Pill ? Why, a Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pill, of course. Good for all kinds of pain. Used to relieve Neuralgia, Headache, Nervousness, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Kidney Pains, h0 1 then TaKe riii. m it it Lumbago, Locomotor Ataxia, Backache, Stomachache, Periodical Pains of women, and for pain in ny part of the body. "I have used Dr. Miles' medicine for over 13 yean and fad them eicellent. 1 keep Dr. Miles' AntM'aln rills in the house all the time aad would not think of Ulo'nc a Journey without them, no matter bow short a distance I am eobif. I ca&BOt praise them enough." Miss Lou M. Churchill 63 Hick St, PenaoocJc, N. H. At all druggists. 99 doses 2fic. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Kxecutivo CommlUoe of Ohio OFF.ER: Mw JSuiam. AtrUUtW t County held nt tho Court Jlouso on V U8 UteteuIUoocpenaamat caMomer. V May 20, 1911, and a majority of tho commltteo being vrtsomt it waa orI ftltfclUNTIC3 rfisK. dered and directed 5jy said commtt-te- o I tm Paper. I that a aelogatod cuayvntlon bo WrMe hld at Hartford, Ky., on Batunday July 8, 1911, at 1:30 p. in. Standard time for tho purposo of nominating a Republican candidate to be voted upon at the regular Novcmbon && tion for RepreBontatlvo of Ohio couu-t- y In tho ivext'Gouwral Aaaembly, and that duleatus be oeltoted on Satur..i-,-iTiiufw day, July 1, 1911, at product inoo lnga to be heJd at ach of tho voting precincts In said county at tholr voting place on Saturday July 1, 1911. at 1:30 p, iu. Standard Tlm Kac'h bo precinct commluxtonian ftlvould prtwoni at his irclnet voting plaaj and open tho uKHitlug. Tho luiuitwr couAvntlon apof dokgatea to portioned to each of tho varuous aro aa follows: Official Call. At a regular meting of tho Itevub-Hca- u m seeds m VSPECIAt f " "MUiriO OUDS PRICE iv a T.oa. S. H. Itobcrtson, J feUOMB'SscSMSeCCEBDt B ..c,c A,len.. Henry CQUnty, and Graves, Allen county, Assistant 0. P Iloemer, Warren Organizer. McLean county, Sec- county, filuto Lt-tl- o (ITJABANTKED SATISFAOIOKYl OH. MONEY REFUNDED. lr j 1 iSit btato omanUera. Hoard of Directors. Hen Watson, Wnr-rc- n county; C. AI. Harnott, Ohio ty, A. H. Urooks, Hruckon county, coun.j. It. I. Hay, Hardin county, and J. F. loss, Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officers: 8. L. Stevens, I'rcs., Beaver Hiry PJrthj, Soc. Hartford. ParaKy. Ky. D. Ford, Treaa., Hartford. JCy. COUNT3T DOAIID OF MDTJCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford.Ky. 1. L. B. Ulchonor, Hartford, It. i . No. 6. 3. It C. IlKord. Beynolds, Ky. 3. Mj 8. PMto.iwon. Olaton. Ky. 4. B. L. AUerd. White Hon. Ky. 5. Itlotiord Prutner, Taylor tlines.Ky. 6. J. Ii. Brown, Itockport. Ky. HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned i Pressed' tld Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and. Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Blilb, Y. il, (J. A. BLDd., HARTFOjRD, KY. i pjw-clnct- B liawt Vt Hartrford. Budu ' Hartford, , , 8 SuiUur fiiiringa .' ,.C $ ;7 r , f-- v nf-- r - h - . wv--5 TTT lit.. i. n.r. aware. Patriotism dyfp1. The confirmed spoils." The ma wS?,.eM tUIflrtMit:ter Ms country with a weak stomach. will be and a fault finder. A sound stomach makes for food citizensnip as well as f- bbealth and happiness. D',se' ol the stomach and other organs of digestion and Butntioa are promptly and permanently cured by the use of dys-.pep- tia Trv stemMft U U ) lit. iarsr wit happinew" than most veoate are eaa wkhMMd h(WJrer but Mt J it fit for treason, stratagem Ua Patriotism .. It bulldt tup tho body tilth i I w Dr. PIERCE'S GOLDEX MEDieTtL DlSeOVERY. Moumd tlcuh an muscle. I ':' LT i I raw Xs aws I, "Ts Therdealef who offera a substitute for the - Discovery" ft only seeking to make the' little more profit realized on, th sale of lest meritorious preparations. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser Is tent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing Send 21 one-cestamps for the paper covered book, or 31 stamps for the cloth bound, 'Address World's Dispensary Medical Association, K. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. en. . vi t -- M. v . , 4 UJ AJlylt W' I A A single SPEED motion is quicker to make is tH an two. Only one motion needed to make any character desired on the complete, straight-lin- e, keyboard of the key-for-every-character "4 j' easy action light running. 11 IVlOUel IV Pi 10 Write tot information t The Smith Premier' Typewriter Company, Inc ST. LOUIS, MO. raTrajTO Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers Book on patents. search of Patent Office- - records. Our Mr. Greeley was. formerly. Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such had full charge.of the US. Patent Office. m, "Why some investors fail." 'Send rough sketch or model for "Hints to inventors." "Inventions needed." GREELEV&MINTffiE pro) m-JpL 1 ) INCORPORATED WASHINGTON,, T. C. SI m the 'W note from the public press that measles. Mr. Marlon Sanderfur, of this place, a the Kentitoky mlllon? haro rwld afendd tlie .basket dinner at Green m&e'.ing .and Hxud tine prloJ of whoat River church Suniday, ho reports a at 75 conta for No. 2 and from trust nleo time. downward. Nw farmers ot KenSuccess to The Rpeubllcan and IK uadnjr tucky, you who hsvr labored readers. tho bkie Domo of SKevvfl and produced this whoat that will soon go' Terrible Train of Troubles. on tho market to sustain life to tho Lako Charles, La. Mrs. E. Fur-nto- r, groat army of puopto In all nyalks of 616 Klrby atroot says; "Tho life, aro you Batkfiod that tltoprlc-- s niontli before i took Cardul I could flrod by tho mlllera Is an equ1tabl price, and can you afford to toll as hardly walk. I had backache, headyou havo toLlod and Unn Ball your ache, pain in ray logs, chills, telnting you spews sick stomach dragging feelings whoat at thta low prloe? Do thlak you fwlll bo .treating jxiurwlfo and no patience or couno. Slnice ,tak your lng Cardul, I have no more pain, and ,and children right Ifyou soil wheat at a nrloo that la below tUo fool ccod all the time." Taloo Cardul cogt iSt production? Or will tho far- and got the bertoflt of the peculiar mers go on ard dellvr tho whoat hofb tngradlonts, whlh havo boon at tho price (lxud iby tho milkra and found so efficient for iwomanly His. tibon po soon as tho flour is- - ready Other people have done the testing consumor You profit by their experience. Try for tho markut and tho will you all moot In a groat conven- It tion and fix tho prlou n otlio flour? Right in your busiest when Well this would ibo only In keeping you havo the least time to spare you done, aro with what tho millers have most likely to take diarrhoea and Wo are not blaming tho milters and loj unlt-s- s day's tinv?, far doing what thy .havo In. fixing you havo Chamrtwrlalrt'a Colic, Cholen tho prlco on your whoat if you sub- and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand and mit to It, but wo just mention those take a dose on the first appearance things to call your attention to tho of itho dls aso. For sale by all drug-stat- a. Inconsistency 1'tat the farmer pracm tices; first lot us talk Just a little. you brake your-- ground with Last fall a plow on which tho manufacturer I flxod the ,irico, thon you usod your lor Infants and Children. harrow on which itho prlco was made by the ono who made or iproducod It, The Kind You Have Always Bought then what about tho drill and fertilBears the izers you .brought Into .play in tho production ot itlVis wlwat on which the Signature miller ha3 Decently flxod tho prlco? and you romumber that tho blndor with which you harvested your crop? If I am not .mistaken, tho prlco was Buekbte'i "Full of Graarn made by tho International Harvostor Pedicreed Seeds have a Life" Northern years ot reputation of 3S successful seed growing behind then. It pays to Co. Yos you will say this Is all vory plant the best. truo, and 'this is nut all; your good Seasonable Specialties: DEANS wlfo will fcavo to be into tho kitchen Earliest Red Valentine . . Jj.50 Basket Refugee Extra Early . . Sj.25 BuJhel on tho day you havo that whoat New Blrlnglcss Green Pod . J3.70 Bushel threshed and with tho toniporaturo, Wardwell's Imiv Kidney Wax $4.50 Rtnuel . . U 75 Bushel DawlsNewWhileiJVax up to about one hundred will ge a Currie's Rust Proof Wax . fr.yi Bushel nioal overy particle of which will be PEAS Extra Boriy Alaska, . . . Sysn, Buihpl prepared in vessods on which tho New Early Gradus J0.50. liustjij Horsford's Matkst Garden . $3.30 Bushol prlco has been fix-jby tho onos wiio DucLbee's Llghlninj; Express J5.00 Bushel mado tho vessels and you will Just Lettuce. R&dUh, Tomato and a full line ol Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest grewing prices. sit down and feel that you aro cerSend tor complete catalogue or submit a list ol and willquote pncei. tainly favorod because you havo boon your requirements the grower Save Slouev. Buy direct from Write today, hi ention this paper. relieved ot fixing tho .prioe. just to think you produce tho whoat and then you will just Impose on tho re- law Btrck'te St., RKkford Sers Ftnr.i. RockUrs", li sponsibility of pricing, grading and weighing and you have nothing t do 'but to wait at the place ot till your turn Gome's arid then .T.arlipsl Save Money and Keep in just unload. Flarmot's of this froe Style by Readiag McGall's j America you should awaken to the groat Magazine and Using McCall Patterns I responsibilities that, aro thrusting1 themselves on you to day, and take M0O.T. M.iarlat nrlll MACAU'S HAGAZIM; liulii you ilion styl your places among the other groat' Inktlily at a luonorvte country and fix dustries of tho eirr(i by keeping yon pottoil on.Oiri as the prices tvn your product just bul fakUlous fn ilorltor. uil Lau. CO every other la doing." It Is Kcur Paction olcni,y III nltth timii. AUo n right syid wo ibollovo a sacred duty T,ili:tiLl Infftftustlon. wo awe to the great pwjftssion of (in all liivnu and pcr vmwC liflTVturs. Only agriculture, and when tho price is foe a ytv.r Includtnc a roo mttern. ?ulifixed lot It 'bo Just to both prodicer nV t!337 or MJ)il'j and consumer, and stand organised 1.1; iroo uuiniie cony. McCall Palbroi vlfj nutliTxjiTil to mnko prlco and you will maintain your ytyir" and 'conuuiaiMl tho respect of tho busT(AirnJr auU nUUn'i 7liI.Ji mil 1;j imrfecX htKtirx Uiatt li m auil (It. rui".-i.jiiness world. couu Boixl ltr Crvii lHilcui Ciiotlovuo. ( , S. D. ROBERTSON, We WH Crit Yoa Pom Biurnh far ratlins rrii. (.erirliofis aiBone ur li,m1. jond tot fn State Secfy. A. S. of B. l'anmhuii O.iraKaai anj imJj rViai Uiftr." Galbotwi, Ky. the uxul corrAr. zra a ww7ia tt. civ tori E-2- 2. Letter from Secretary RobertsM and Lothur Haven have got For Sale '' otrerioco. f nocunio and aiumiI smirch u.l fr rD ririfti.it.kfar ho rr4 .lrtxa, etc, U ttjuHn paunU. trarU mulu, I CopTrtbU, N .l cOUMTDItS. tt'atilUg-krir&wltur Real Estate! 50 Acres ot tho truest Rough river bottom land located throo mllos west ot Hartford. About 26 acres In cultivation. Good dwolllng and out buildings. A bargain lor $1,250. e Jliutufit direct xkh monrjr onaojitn tatpaunt. PiteM aniJ.ifrl.i(imiit tiirtl timr,i WrfMoroometoujAt Practice Eieluitvity. r OM Vlath Stmt, etp. VMU4 tWAHlriaTOl,O.C. IUM TtUml Offlc, 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE We have 460 acr of tine bottom land from one and a halt to two mllos ot Hartford, part of It with, timber. Alao about 75 acres ot upland belonging to the same tract. Terms eu;. e H ttmimM 1 k m I, J Anm senillnf a ikeleh and deserlnllnn may quietly aacsafiln our opinion tn wLether an Invention It fnobablypiitentahle. Commuales. tlonaitfrlatlTconfldMilul. IIANnRnnirnn lAtnra patent!, unt tree. Oldtit apeney for iteurinfrCo. 1'atenU taken through Muna A receive ictol netict, wllhoat ettsrte, lu the Tradc Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. A now one and one-hastor frame building with fire rooms and large reoptleoa ball, built out of the best solcctad material. Situated on Clay and Frodrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. Lot 80x205 feot. Fine well of sott water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. lf e scientific Hmcricdn. handiomelr lllmnralMl wxtklv. I.nrct eJr. culaUmi of any denude Jonrnjil. Terms. S3 a rear t four mohtba.lL Solilhv ail nwdf!rit. A MUNN&Co.38'B'. New York urucD uiaco, da vi uumnfion, u, CASTOR A Subscribe for The Republican $1.00 per year. story dwolllng in Ocntertown, Ky., has good cistern, good collar, never falling well of water, good chtble and other out buildings, one acne lot f ground. A uplendld location for family residence and hotel. Price and toraig reasonable. Apply to BAItNETT & FOSTER, Agonts, Hartford, Ky. Good nine room two of& SEEDS .... POSITIONS ulll W' ante at real to our GDARANTEED GUARANTEE 70U a position If you us soon, wo need many more stuonoo buddIv the enormous dnmnnri dents jor Kraauaxee. Aq soon as we Ret TOO required imuiiwruieiuuuuu) tuia unecwMl o WKaarawll, So write at enoo for parMcuiars. vBFM) odo. vr. scnwAttTZ BUSINESS COIiLEQE smjoaroaaran MTAuunr.n mo Locrrsvir.rE. ky. IHEACHT0W1 f d w!w WAMTED- -fl sample L&tett Model niajtret moior ipau MO-NKY H. W. RUCKBEE ry I VVe vcles it is possible to mail factory cost. Yoa save w to j of m and kaya the naDobcturerls'euiU'. bwioe ante behind your bioxle. DO jidT liny a bicycl ora pmr 01 tires tram anjon nt am true uaiil voi receive our caatloirues and learn our unheard of factory VjTSrr-llflsniVH aVhv and rtMarkafU tficliml offers to Ildor Uceiltft, YOU WILL BE ASTONISHED" Wa .ney kno prtttt we can make tou this year. U'l sell the hicKeat eride bicycles for less We are aaksficd wilh ti.ea pram above factory cost. than any other fcxtery. l)l;.l.l,llb, you can sell our bicysles uadar your own name pute mt;CL.r, cuy milWm double our prices. Orders hllod tlie We received. do not reculaily handle second hand bicycles, bat SECOND HAND BICYCUJS. nsoaMr liare a number on band taken In trade by our Cliicaao retail stores. 1 liese we clear out promptly atn pnsrs raidmr 'ran 3 n t or ?1U. tfecnptlve bargain luts mailed tree. ftlrvaUi wheels imlMirted Ae.ar.wn nnalfl-ritor nlifnH ana pruuis, parrs, rapatrs amy VlOrVa I equipment ol all kinds at half the vsuSl rttaU frUel. J Ml Va Jlil'Xl sttiu VthiO' llKUXU''MtilyeurrcaDdappFOVO(.yourb.cvcle. tin fright. amA tmtti is4Ait m ikAwnr 10 anrtma, an) wnere mine u . a. i tthftul allow TEN I)AV' VltKU TIlfA.dniisliBli time you may ricfci bk7c)e and But t to any tat you wuh. II yqa are that not ptrfectVr utiautd or do not wish d S tx hfcr0 fumljbad flanf' mi fortKtuara na hy us. rtiKjer RIDER AGENT aod district to prtr at Oar agents erttTbere-arV Keep tue Dicyar rMlrlUKI tumtsh hithmt profit rlflbta one small thedirectabovt rnde Actual Biiadlemcn's pronu by wap it mcK to us at oar expenss znAyeu rVubZ'dtt'r1 bu-diK- s SNI3puammfiirrnfHJWaavviiii 8 . HFEsOETHOEaN Tie? rteutar rtJail air ef tluse tires it S3JO tair. hut to tlnUtf ser wilt PBIRfiTURF-PROO- F SELr"HEALBna TlnES mnHRDovcE,onLY it crterytjii, ' 480 ! 1 - p- 111 svy-l- e IJ v OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Reptblican and St. Louis The Republican and Homo and Farm The Republican Globo-Democrat an&Twice-a-WeekQwensboroInquirer The Kepublican and Louisville Herald .. The Republican and Courier-Journal- $1.35 : '1.50 The Republican The itEPUBLiOAN The Republican The Republican The Republican The Republican The Republican and Veekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.25 1.75 3C 1.25 1.75 3.25 and Louisville Daily Herald... U IftmU GUML (ivoritrdaJifM. iilAmai Four-Fift- hs BALD KW0B. scrive touaj or seaa aar Kuojaecopy. 3.25 and JLaiiy uwenBDoro inquirer iveNBfistFut. wsmceMTTqm o AcooU, RuJss1 briftps and Twice-a-Wee- k 0 boro Messenger 1.75 atJuno 28. There will bo preaching on J new cos?Kms oflcrs. parnBrai caisloeiue vuunrrs this place next Sunday, at ,11 J7tl St. KEW YOBK CO, 8 to Ms 1.75 o'clock. and Kentucky Farmer and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 Sunday school bos olosed ont at Four-Fift- hs and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. .. . 1.50 this place on account of the moastai. E-3- A Lifetime Trouble. Ingram, Toxas tdnea oamo a woman," wrtea Mra. Evans, of itttts place. "I sutreid from womanly trouble. Ijaea lain, It so .bad, I had to aiiay In bd for nearly a week orory montlj. 81nco taking Cardul, I f9el .bobber than I have for d yoaire." You can rely on Oardul. espodaHy for wonroa, It roUovos McCAtX PATTERNSpttfect Celebrated far ttvte, tti llraiiHeity and womanly pain, 6y actlnij; cm the causo aScTio wirly rellsWIRy nearly, every oityarut toxa ia Wic Usftad iiancea aiut and builds up womanly strong jh wihoc Canaia, or by uial tiffct. 9Rjq soM rub any ether mate. &eta8 lor fuSCcitutegi It la most needod. Purely vaajetable. u M0CAU7S MAfMZINE vr ft Mild, but contain In aotlotk Try it. iMore saasecftura nsaa atvv caJieur'fasisria nUWm a maoism 1 M your druggists. fit atWes. notlMjns. ir plain sc-laaay MUwd SrsitdSUpc. "Hr ct strUrja9ndinc,rMTdnnrdoaridliuKtlfniulti(2 a7dSHsinrlsW:s23JalalalaBKV a spousal qpiiUty u aubbor, wlk1t txrvcr becomea w mm norasa aurinrru.it daaxtun stuoll tni Wotleo (ha fltteh rnMwtr (f4tfj I -- A" ami ptsuetare atThis tit the airoroie. we bare hii(rU of letters from "lz nuu -- U," stlrra Hid atrip "111 jfouce ortwicej let a tistiole mmooii. They rcHrh no more tram to pravant rim auttljii;. Till iitotdinany lire, tlte nuiictiarriressvtinKijoaUtTea tire will uutloat oirV otlrer laycm of Rtla. anociaUjr prrriarul fabric cm (Se umre-MMt- hr. IsXAajllO aaid. mrr.bist tor ksaod. TkfTcihilar urice " liUBUrCt. ..t.nfe4ts iroOs!T7H.nnaiaA (&s n FJ ?Pt'.!? T. n. He filer ol ooay J4.a por pair. AX otieni sbvrteif nme 3y VettcT 55 WRffet M7e SMp C. O. oe rsuf( . I..... ilr utiny aaruiauUl you tiove exarnutad and luoud ttvem slrltrly ns KrprrscnTtd. iuii ww ii'e sin allow a ttsli lUruaiUtaf 5 pr cent (thereby makine the price S4.SB usr pair) ir jpu srvxl QttDIiit aad enclose IhM nduertOMimeat. You tain no litis in ktudrmr us ittSf.h'TalR tilrt &iy . be jtniasr ft BK (fxvense If lor any ravaan they dro trot satKfaetory on examraanon. wt sie pcrrcauy m.'kime jna money sent to nt aa as aal as lu a. bmk. If yoa order'a pair of Hume tires, you will OucLtiat thtry ttill lute wAer, run faster,' wear better, Utst.lourcr and loV fitter tban aity tire you nave over used or stun at any price. M'e bnor Uiat you wilt be aa well slnftad that when you wnat a bievcte you will give u jOiir owlcr. 1 - NO MOBETBODBLE FROM PONCTDRITS NAII.H. Taoka itr GlitM vtiU l.Ki.K(t tbo air out. StJCV3rfiioVlfU pniru sold ULst vcar, Ovortwo horiJ7eil rMQrinnU'paira now in sac . oeserarrnom 3ie in mi H'l i ll ill H 1 Sal Si m niiv tK!A:r'asiaiaHsKSsHI!W p.ir .- KA-Si- I. Pro-paro- e. trVes an apflmnal nui trial at or write for our big 1 re and BauAry Catalogue , and rjuoaoa an taalura and kinds of tires at about half tire usual pttcea. a postal Dut aan IWVrf WW Ml I or write nstirea frotutcxrav. U1Iuntfl Ivuivruimit.iF uet'lNU a bsrvcler autw anyone pair VU we are nvuuirg. at onsyaoukia aofpostal to icarn cvoryiiung. you know the rarrrsml v0ucterfa4 oacrs write it JrlIrEO WW atfaTam T"f0rarO Ir vvifa? fWCrEsV price cjuotod f aeaQecial Introductory a IledgaUiorn uonlbuy anykindat aiijprire until Punoture-l'rucrf yonsptvd fOrapairof abm-- i; wbkls-desenbe- s iiran. J. L. MfflD CYCLE COMPANY, ur. t CHISAGO, ILLi llrsrllrWv of Your Store Patrons of These Would Be LCUT. KML. X VY. Were Won by AdvertisingAnd Lost if You Stopped Advertising! Air. John Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. Green, visited Mr. J. Wednesday night. 'Fawnora havo boon tobacco ainco tho Missus (,'oramlo and .spent' Thursday with ' . Westibrooles, H. of Bowling ' tPorroneo busyet-tlng GILLESPIE BROS. W.H.& J. F.GILLESPIE very rain. .Mao Sanderfur Mlsa Ooro ' Tor-rotice. Proprietors , CHflDTH All II J. tarns ., Taylor and family Sunday. to Mr. Marlon 'Banderfur' wont by chain of 30 Collegos, $300,000.0 DraUf hon givoa contracts, backed capital, and 19 years' success, to secure positions under reasonable con Cromwell Saturday. crops aio ilno oMtionaof jtfund.tuiHon. Whoat In this Draughon s competitors, by not accepting neighborhood, his propoeition.concede that he teaches more Mr. J. II. Toroenco hajipenod to a Bookkeeping in three raonW3 than they do in six. Draughon can con-vin- vory palntful accldont Sunday nornlng. yous; ,e United States Court "Report-31- 1 While at tho pasture ho wa3 kicked A 1MFI 75 Per cent '. 1 era write the system of Shorthand Draughon ou iho awn Iby a mule. UK 1 Mr. Luther Loack wont to Manda they know it is THE BEST. teaches, For FPEE' CATALOGUE and booklet "Why Learn Telegraphy?" to tao trusty's tnootlAS Saturday. Mr Harriot Vallace vWW Mrs. which explain all, call on or writti JOHN P. DRAUGHON, President. Dora Loaeh Tbureday. DRHUGHOft'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE, tlio Mrs. Aiwio Torresce ia oa iXOOirOBATCB sick llat M. UUs BYANaVILLB, ADUCAH, NASUVILLE, ST. LOUIS. SPKINGFIBLD, MHMPIJI3 iimtta. Koob, Hoary, Arthur, Ira V Good Positions ' Mr. ylsVtod 'John Leach and wife, ot Man-dtheir daughter, Mrs. J. a, B LACKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK RnniriririrPTrM'fv DUUfVAEEl lllU es Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, - Ky. Newspaper advertising is a port of all worth-whil- e a part of ifwhieh patrons particularly raluef For your salea, ths it keeps them in touch with your arrival of new stocks, the showing of novelties, tha buying: opportunities which your store must create for its friends. The advertising becomes the link between the store and its clientele. They expect' the store's advertising: to SERVE THEM "not now and then," not partially; but ALWAYS, and fully! To surtail tho advertising: in volume or frequencywould make tho same impression on them as though you moved into smaller quarters and cut down your force of clerks and workers. To INCREASE your advertising to make it more complete as "store News," as a"market letter," as a bulletin of bargains wiH have the offeot of enlisting: a every day, and of winning anew all lot of new ef the old oneal store-service storo-event- stare-frien- ds wrl-tfeL- ;J IrsssssssL sKaHrfetafcu tac&'jB ."ry-A gjijjgsjs B&se Ball News ''UeHt. Cterenco Shawn .Attended tho And Buckl-- y cam in with Jf bae Inearth M July oelabrallon at Owena-k- hit Tamy, wr doomod iby Payno In Tuesday an J saw tlw baseball ' tho 7Ju jnmos lwUvn Owctwboro and Oak- - Payno allvnod only ttaroo hlts,and allowing clght faad Cltr, iml. Tlw Iflrst fcanw OW' Oox hit froauoatly, won ' with a score of 11 to binglos. rnaboro Aloscloy iplayod tho gamo of hla 1. In tho seoond game Oakland City Hfo. with a booth of 8 to 2. Buckloy also did superb playing. o, PROPERTY HID IN CHURCH Thieves Hide Loot in Pul- pit and Get Away. Mystery of Several Years Par- tially Cleared With covery. Dis- , greatly aw tjaan hea 'bosn organized A Saturday bofore tho gamo by A. Putty nd will .be known as of Hartford vs. Rob Iloy was call "TSio Llttlo Colonok" of Harttford. ed. They hftd hoard that tlio visi- However, tho players aro not eo will bo announctors wre suth Si- -f Mil worm afiald small. The line-u- p uT UK) oiKem , ju, tha a Hurpris.. ed in this department noxt weak. .hua tlw Locals v,un with a score ST. PAUL A FAN. a u.' IE to 1. Hwb Roy did havo Pulpit prolso in high degree was u,kndld iUni. and playod well, hut tbey could not get nuxt to Barnott'a gven to tho great American gamo of Edward S. baseball iby the Iter. patching. The score: 9 T Young, tho militant young pastor of xlG tho Bedford Prosbyttrlan church, at Hartford.. street, 2 4 Nostrand avonuo and Ddan 0 Hob Itoy.. Left on basos Hartford, 4', Rob Brooklyn says tho Now York World Ho said that were St. Paul allvo toItoy 10. would surely ibo a "fan." Struck out by Barnott 14; Iby "Wi- day (Mr. Young added that baseball was lliams 8. Errors Martford, 3; Bob Roy 4. a gamo that spread big moral benefit Two base lilts King, HunteryBar-pet- i, over the nation, lor It taught four rules capable of mo3t beneficial ap Sinderfor, M. Williams. plication to dally life. There wero Throe base hit Frod Robertson. Tb worrkd Ilarttord Xana wcro which are mmJI cropa; lather and store tham siwly In its out of deoM to owing the arly dy of wiaVw t the time when the poultry mcKy ml the green tood. In ipnoparlng 41wv-- k etables for the ble during jbhelwln. wr save tihr portion ijor tht fowl lntid of eendfcig it to th saline; true, hogs thrive on thl sort of etitff, but it ,wlll pay a larger profit if fed to tho poultry. Tho Increased voluo of the stock and its return in milk, vwlght or cfm .wl)I mako tho Tak? .Mm foI. oftbbagM une&Imbw And tk Uw4- - ioi fl ori- - 4 rfijr stor. it' W . v"" IUg "SV ' Kentucky Fair Dates. 1234C678 0400C060 00,0 1100 h-- Toani work. Honor and fair play. to tlw Subjection of the leaser Centortown dafoatod Island. greater. In his audicmce wore about two Clar-encCoaabW has been elocted players young ibaseball hundred manager of the Hartford team, aud men of tilw Y. M. C. A. league and this was a good s'l.ctlon. You can teams from otlj-- religious organiza always depend upon "H'eg" looking of tions. Ho comixared the round afiiar tho lnteros's eft his players. life's tho basH to tho running of Th salary cf Col. Casebler for Jan-njin- g course; extolled tlw nobility of the r Lli-Locals or (this Hason Is "sacrifice Jilt" and dwelt philosophiJiot anuouncal by the owners. cally on the chanoe and fate of the Master Poarl Sanderfer, of NoCreek "sUite to ba&." "Tlw first message of athletics to is one of tho youngest base ball enthusiasts in the county. He ses day, as in (tJlua oldon tlmes.is that of said he. "Our major .marly overy game played at Hartto ford, and always reads onr "dopo" league baseball players began last his moke their fine scores when the first thing when he .March thyy sped to Southern clinics jxaper. and submitted to a regime of utmost Tlw management of the Hartford J rigor and abstinence from liquors ttam is to.be congratulated with tho and fleshy indulgences ana vaaa-- i the had bdy understand tUat. its function is remarkable success they have this season in securing nearly all of to do whatever tho mind directs. No the games to bo played here. Only mortal attains his divfnely appointed one Saturday has our team gone ldal without this away from home. This Is greatly "What a oulckener of the intellect by 'the local fans who woul our Anwnlcan games is! Do you kno not got to leave town, and by tho tliat a gtviat mathomaMclan has business men . out 7,226,433 possible plays on a baseball diamond? .Which one or Whn Dr. Bell loft the first of this week for Louisville, where hj them should the player try? iTo soe practioe will his professsion, tho tlw .ball and take in tjhe chancos and Jocals lost a good player, and one catch the signal from tho catcher or of tle surest batters In the entire pitcher or manager on tho bench; to Itixat. It is TOgroit'ed that ho could estimate distances 'and angles in the twinkling cf an eye; to pack a ball not play .the entire season with ti3. full oi! s aled orders as to mlwther It was is to curve right or left or up or Last suninwr a great deal Inurd cf tho Mighty Pitcher Greer, down or fad- away; to road your anbut tills year his name is seldom tagonist's coun ten anew; to anticipate mention d In local circles. It has the n.'xt move or doteot the bluff been said that Adaburg will play these aud a multitude more make him h re are mental gyaunastcs encugli for tlw but we not- - rtl ably Informed. sharpening of a player's wit. "Tb-upopAt Baraialit novor pltchod bjtter ulation ofdraw half of tlw adult uaoh the United States and his support was to a perfection summer through tho paid admission fast Saturday when the score nas gates. INTENTION These incite boys and joung almost like fre--i silver. There is men Ever Judge of men by their to take a hand ut the bat or be o uiijatlon 'whatever Itliat Banictt professions, for, though tho hind it or In front of A jvcou tlid nut win tlw game. bright moment of promising Is poll of tho House of Rspresantatlve. out a moment and cannot belt We do not think tlio Locals nwd at Washington showed itlmt all bu. iuuiuugi-u- , yui, ii Biiieeru iu us any auvjoe now about going away J two manners had played ball. One moment's extravagant goodness, irtxa nonie wnen ithey do not havo of tlw two was. blind and the other why, trust it nnd know tho man by it, I sny, not by his performtheir entire team with them. Hart- lame. ance, which is half tho world's ford went to McHonry Sunday after"Tho second message of athletics work, interfere ns tho world noon, with about lialf of the reg- of this sort is that of fcjam work. It needs must with its accidents ular playurs, and got llolwd mltli Is c'i incalculable advuntairo that a and circumstances. Tho professl score of 1 to 1C. fellow learns to suboirdiuato his own sion was purely the mnn's own. success to that of tho I Judgo pcoplo by wha they Tlw playing of Batlll Thomas Satur-Oa- y Immediate whole group; Unt a batter be willmight be, not nro nor will be. was .like an old piiofesaional ing to mako a sacrifice hit and go Robert Browning. player. Hu is cortalnly at homo in out himself in order to enable a fol tiw fluid. low player to run from second (base to third or honiy. Such (CONVICTS PLAY BALL. DEATH. "Frankfort, Ky., July 4. .The first sion acqulr. d In a game surely will Can storied urn or animated live to do In family, state or jrame of ,baa iball of tha tkaaon bust church. tho walU of tlio Kentucky Back to Its mansion call the "Tlw third Is that of honpLiyod resulted In fleeting breath? idefcut lor tlio black convicts. Tlio or. An ov'll hour omo to the ball Can honor'H voice provoke tho of a vgjnomtion ago , silent dust Kme was botnoon itlio Mack con- field Or'flatt'ry soothe tho dull cold victs and the ulitto coiivicts. Tho wh u gambling and lilrod defeats and car of death? white won by the boo no of 14 tx A. dlshim-is- t victories well nigh ruined Thomas Gray. ; s, tho gaan-'- . But nuw young nwn are Tho gamo was attended by 1,300 tuught honor, the lillghtpst ftJillo fourto.'ji guards eat on ro in visited with In fraction tlwivcr tlw walls of v the prison and Saving Waste Vegetables. Whoever uord housrs ainid with Winchester exclusion fr.ni the IWd. On meet funns thero is enough of plays honor lbly wdl llvr honorably." .rifU3 to an outbreak, it is probably lhv only big game over play 1 lio R v. Mr, Ycting was a basa small and unsalable vegetables ttiat. wl between ounrJpU and tho oiw In ball Plajer at Prinwton. He directs fP !fh fa" 1 ? w ,umirJf uwusn mo whlch not a profano woih! was ., Kn..u..i ,.... .s "w '"" . ,., ... v.UU Vl .., ,n tlwj nwUer of that vary wlnfcer xi terid. ojscntial rart pf tholr ration, gnwn ouuicn. XJA3LE AT LIVER.MORK. nnd Lhernioro Tho K. of P.' regulars croaed bats miursiLiy af- v iTw llegulara tiirnuon at Iwrmoixj. winning to the tbiw of 7 to 0. Tlw Cen-tertou s the island defeated Hartford nt Fourth of July Colobratlon at Tuosday morning. In the flg-.ur- e Slmpsonvllle, Ky., July c. A partial solution of .tho niysUry.-sur rounding tho robbery of tho general store of T. M. Lyons & Co., of this place, on July 30, 1008, came to light this morning when a (portion of ths stolen goods, consisting of food and clothing, (together with burglar,, toals, were found concealed in the ' pulpit of tlw Slmpsonvllle Colored Baptist church, which is being remodeled and painted. The stolen property was evidently deposited in the pulpit by tJh'e thieves for saf j ho ping, nearly thirteen years ago, was found by the workmen when they displaced tho pulpit from tho rostrum. .Tlw fact that a slip of paper, containing a compile list of the articles found in 'tho unusual hiding place led to tho belief of the authorities tliat .the list was lo't with the goods to guarantee "honor among thieves," to insure an equal division of the booty at any time that they should bo able to re- move It. Tlw loot has been returned to the rightful owners. On tlw night of July 30. aS98 thieves sawtxl out a panel of the rear door In tlw store of T. M. Lyons & Co. stcclc to the 'value of' 1150 was taken. The combination ' of the safe Mas successfully worked, but nothing was obtalnod from the Iron box as .the money hadibeen re moved by the proprietor when he quit business for tho day. imve strangers, wnite men, wre seen prowling about the town on the day before tho robbery, and woiv missing the following morning iwh-- n the theft wias discovered. No trace of them has since been found, it is belieed tfcat they found iia they Ah all would be unable to make Near Sunnydale, Ky. the loot they took from the store and placed a portion of it in the-- pulpit About 25 acres of Mil at the Colored Baptist Church, to return for It later. The .'act that thrfe suspicious characters land and 105 acres bottom were se?n tho day before was published In the newspaper with a re- land. Good wells. 10 acres port of the robbery. Fear of appreremainder of hension piobably prevented the bug-jla- in woods, from returning. cultivation. To place the clothing and groceries farm in good in tho pulpit ,box it was nocesairy for :hem to remove thotcp on which Two Dwellings, Two Barns, ested tho Blbl., and tho nail It .back Four Cribs. Hall's creek Fh'at the church had been enter-md tho pulpit tamper-M- l .with had center of wver been detected. Tiw discovery runs through t tho goods attract d a good daal of Price reasonable. Attention, a ciowd gathered at tho farm. ceno to witness the removal. For The following aro the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fair's for 1911 as far as reported. Officers of fairs aro requentad to report to us any ommlsslona or correction of dates Versailles, August days. Loxlngton, August days. Untontown, August days Vanooburg, August, 9 i days. Lawirencoburg, August 154 days. Loltchfleld, August 15 i days, Burksvllle, August 154 days. Brodhead, August 10 3 days. Fern CraeJc, August 16 1 days, Shopherdsvllle, August 224 days. London, August 2!2 1 days. Erranger, August 23 1 days. Gormantown, August 243 days. Nlcholasivflle, August 293 days. Somerset, August 29 3 days. Bardstown, August 30 1, days. Paris, September days. Montlcello, September days. Alexandria, September 5 5 days. Mount Olivet, September C 1 days. HogoiiYllIo, September 5 3 days. j Sanders, September 6 1 das. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, September 11 6 days. I Horse Cave, September 20 1 days. Mayfield, September 27 1 days. 22 76 85 Greater "Queen Quality" variety' now tJian. later fterkafis, best he on the safe side, select .t fs NOVP. lP styles, sizes and widths. E.. P. BARNES &.BRO$ Beaver Dam, Ky. 46 54 Look at This! Study About it. Beginning July 14th .And Ending Saturday Farm July 22nd of ip For 25 per cent, on all SaJe Photographs We will offer you a Discount r Except Penny Work. "" "" " "" " " On the Floating Studio. rs d other information ply to ap- it Mrs. SaraEWysQng Sunnydale, Ky. Think what this means to you. It means that work whicty you ordinarily pay $1.00 per doz. you pay only 75c. $2.00 per doz. work goes at $1.50 and $3.00 work at $2.25 and so on up. Remember that the 22nd, will end these prices and that we never again make such concessions. Remember the work we turn out during this reduction will be the best we know how to make. Go4o the boat to have the work done. Yours truly, , The Schroeters. sS ts AA sfi st well- WS .self-pivs- T HE value printed of r- SATISFACTION m A?' i r neat-appea- sei-vle- y, inu-sfag- two-ithlr- cju-vlnt- h-- ing stationery as a means of getting and holding desirable business has been amply demonstrated. Consult us before going elsewhere. cl y v vJIS0K " " w?TLvi LJtlaliMflBLaLLLLLLH jiivit uu ..-- . ,,., sft flS sS st flt n lliw-up- : K. of P.'to AtlwriUjn,, c; Cox, p; Jj.J Great Hopkins County Fair T CllB, lat b.; Itoy Cox, 2nd tea, 3rd b.; J. ilosiV'y, Mtiacklott, J. 'JChomaa, r, f. X.; a. .; NVw B. Thonuisfion c. f.; .; Piayno.p.;1 B. Mosowy, HithTda, lat b.; BwJUoy, 2nd b.; KMcy, 3rd b.; Rnan, b. a; Goutry, I, t.', Atke-n- , c. f.; Qnlvt, r. t. fbgular Madisonville, July 18, 19, 20, 21, 22. Special Train Service on M. H. & E. at Reduced Rates. C. C. GIVENS, THOMAS MONUMENTAL WORKS HARTFORD, KY. President. J. A. FRANCEWAY, Secretary.