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I LETTER FROM HARTFORD, OHIOCOUNT, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1911. the King oamo on beard, the ships of the second division fired a saluto of 27 guns. .The King accompanied by his retinue, tho Commandor ct tho second division and' toe Commending officers of all tho ships, Inspected tho ship and crow. the On th3 evening at the 28th Louisiana arcd Now llnanpshlro Ibaso ball ibenms plAxd um. cxMbllioni gamo faof basebalL Scoro 12 to 5 In vor of Louisiana. .The winning itoaim was presented with a Silver cup by tho Daily PMliUkon. On May 30th the Louisiana rlflo team went ashore and fired with the Danish crock marksmen from tho Army. The Loulslan'B .team made tho highest scoro and each member of the team was prosontod "with a Desilver cup by the Danish War portment. Attar a mast enjoyable visit of the week the second division, at 6 a. m., Juno 1st, got under way and stood out of tho harbor ennoute to Stockholm, Sweden, steaming In column, natural ordor. At 11:07 on tho morning at Juno 3, 1911 the second division camo to anchor off Oscar Fred-cric- k miles distance about twelve from Stockholm Sweden. of the 8th, tho ships On Juno second division dressed ship in honor of H. M. King Gustav U. of Sweden, who accompianilod by ratlnuo.vis-iite- d the ship. A saluto cf .twenty ono guns was fired In his honor. The baa (ball teams af the Louis iana and KansaB went ashore and plyed an exhibllon game of baseball Score 9 to 5 in favor of the Louisiana. The winning team was pre sonltrtl with a silver loving oup. Stockholm Is a city of some 350.000 population and is said to be one of the most heautifuf cities of Europe-I- t is ithe place of residence of the located Royal family. The city "is on partly on islands and partly mainland where the Walnr Lake Joins the Bolbic . -- At C:00 a. m..Juno 10, 1911, the second division got under .ways'idaan-in- g in column, natural order, onrexuto from Stockhplm, Sweden ito Cronstadt, Russia. At 8:40 p. m., one flotilla, consisting cf seven Torpodo Boat De stroyers, wero sighted for the purivose of escorting us In to port. At 9:16 p. m. a Russian torpedo boat came alongside and a Russian Naval Officer boarded the Louisiana to act as pilot; ho was accompanied by a Avlretas operator and a quartermaster frcim tho Russian Navy. On .the 15 of June the ships of the second division were dressed In hon or of Emperor Nicholas II, of Russia and as .tihe RJoyal Yaltoh .was sighted all the ships fired a national saluto of 31 gun3. At 3:10 p. im. tho Royal Yatch "Standart" flying itlw Stand-an- d of ithe Emreror of Russ'a, anchored, Uio Ruaslnn cruisers in the harbor fired salutes of 31 guns, and at 3:15 the Emperor came on board. Ho was received- by the full Marino Guard ttb presomt arms, 4 rifles wero sounded, six cheers given .by crow and the (band played tho national air-o-f Russia, The Emperor accompanied by his rotlnuo, jthe iCommander of the second division aid ithe Captains of all the ships, inspected the Hhlp and - Ojl i Navy CO, BOY Republican Nominee For Governor of Kentucky county, on August 28, when W case of Mrs. Loutllda Lynch, charged with Amblo the murdor of her Buck, will b3 tried for tho second time by a Daviess county Jury. son-in-ila- w, FOR O'REAR At Repvblican State Convention Wednesday. Names of Mr. Franks and Mr. Cox not Presented to Con- How in the United States Kentuckian was President of U. S. for a Day. Frogtowin, Ky has tho uniquo disbirthtinction of having been tho place of a man who was president of tlie United States for tho cpoco of a slDglo day. He was David R. Atchison, who, as a citizen of Missouri, served in the national senate under Polk and Taylor and Pteroo ,nnd for whom the town of Atchison, In Kansas, was named. In those times the president pro turn, of itho senate was In lino for iho presldenoy, in case there wero no president or vlceipros-ideMarch of the United States. 4, 1849, foil upon Sunday. Gen. Taylor was due to be inaugurated president on that day, hut because it was Sunday he refused to he inaugurated till tho next day, nor did he take tho oath of office till tho ceremony of inauguration occurred .March C, In front of tho capltoU Henco Senator Atchison, who was a.t that itlmo president pro torn, of the 6cmate, by this peculiar combination of circumstances became president of tho United States on do Jure from ono hour of noon March 4ih to the hour of inauguration on tho day following. Atchison lived many years aftr hi3 retirement from tho senate and was careful to hiavia this incident lncorpor ated. Ho died in 18G6. nt Clifton Lee Stevens Writes Voyage to Europe .With -- of Atlantic Squadron. U. S. 3. Louisiana, $u- Postmaster, Now York, N. Y. Juno 27, 1911. Editor) Harltiford Republican, It Ddar'Slr: As I fool perhaps would "bo Interesting to my friends and pooiplo of Ohio county, Ky., to rdadand know Of tho cruteo botes mado toy the ships of tho second dithe vision of itho Atlantic fleet of United States Navy, I will make an attempt to give a brief sketch of the European cruises made slnoe my enlistment In the Navy. On July 6, 1910, tub Norfolk, Va., I enlisted In tho benvico, and dtter remaining at tho Norfolk Training Station, until October 28, 1910, I Kvas drafted to the U. S. S. Louisiana battleship. On itho morning of November 2, 1910, tho Atlantic fleet got under way on route to ChorbourgjFrdnoe. After .bolnig at s.a for three weeks, tho Hoot consisting of sixteen battleships come to anchor on November 23, in itho harbor of Cherbourg.iF.ranocs Liavo ibolng granted crew on board shrts. Many blus jackets visited Par is, France, all reporting a fine ttmo as a hearty welcome was extended to "Tine Boys fin Blue' In the city. iX 6:00 a. m., December S, tiho fleet weighed anchor and got underEngland, way en route to Portland, tho fleet came On tho following-da- y to anchor off .Weymouth Fort, dls'Hanlt shout 3 miles from Port'dnfl, England. As anchors were let down a saluto was fired with the English Ensign at the main. The salute whs returned by the fort. A, (Liberty ibedng 'granted as before and visit giving men an oportunity to London, England, many men grasped It and visited the city elf London, returning In five. days. 30, On the morning of December 1910, tho fleet steaming out of Portland llambor, England, took ithe well for known course across tho deep Guanitamamo Pay, Cuba. Attar being eighteen days at sea Uie fleet arrived on the 17th of the following month in the bay of Cuba.. Tho men of the regbaseball teams were kfpt ibusy ular playing ball most of tho time after the arrival of the fleet in Cuba, us thoy played dally, not nionitionlmig tho. track teams and swimming (parties left tho ship during tho day. The Atfanic fleet remained In Guan- tanamo Bay, Cuba, until March C, 1911, whon .tho float gat under way for tho navy yards at Norfolk, va., tor (reaching Norfolk, Va., March for 10, and iwmalnlng In dry-do- ck tho three days, the fleet left for Southern Drill Grounds to proceed high wltih battle practice. A iveny by each Bhlp score was made this year and after complet diing battle ractlce tho second camo hack to the navy vision yarda at Norfolk,, Va., while the othe division lift for other parts along tho Atlanitlc Coast. the At 6:00 a. in., Nby 8, 1911, second division got underway steaming in column, natural ordor,on route from Nbrfolk, Va., to Copenhagen, Danniank. As we lot go anehor in Mio Harbor of Copenhagen at about 9:30 a. m., May 25, 1911, a 'national tatfth salute of 21 guns was fkod tho Danish flag at tho main. It was returned gun for gun Jay heJjJr-traa- s ashore. At noon the Commanr dw of the Second division, U. S. Atlantio Fleet, left tho ship for itho purpose of isahtog oJtalal calls. At Minister 3:30 K. h the American upon bis dapart-jtur- a alftlly a salute of 15 guns was fired with tin American Boslgn at &e torn, and cut S:4 p. tn. 4he ship was visited by 4fe Danish Miniate of Ma-ri- fe and a salute of 17 suns ""1th tl Dulfb (lag at. 4h lfor w kl fcoaor. Mred Alp of Um On Usr 3Mh, Ml drMi &a fco- -r toeofui Mvitfo v Jtaaisrt,. of IL M. wso, bt reU". MU, Guan-tanamo, vention at Louisville. For Governor, JUDGE ED. C. O'RHAR. For Lieutenant Governor, JUDGE L. L. BRISTOW. For Auditor, JUDGE L. W. Bothmm. For Treasurer, HERMAN MONROE. For Attorney General, THOMAS B. McGREGOR. "r For Secretary of State, A. J. OLIVER. For Supt. of Public Instruction, THOMAS W. VINSON. For Commissioner of Agriculture, D. W. CLARK. For Clerk of Court of Appeals, C. S. WILSON. Woman is 108 Years Old. JUDGE: ED. C. O'REAR. COMPANY H. WILL GO Attorney Woodward Explains. 1111 Second HARD TACK IS HARD HIT AND DISCARDED Use St., Louisville, Ky. TO ENCAMPMENT At Orell Station July 21 Last Ration in for More Than a Five Days Devoted to Rifle Century Gives Way in Army to New Field Bread. Practice. . tut 4M 7 ' II iwrfiv . I orow. T fflha Russians: The Russian orohvd i; ced of ad i Kt mcu41 : . ''! . a dull looking crowd, untidy crowd, With lowg faded blond hair and yellow boards. Tho driver of a Russian droskio in his everlasting fded (bluo long coat, with his "Hajpy Hooligan" hat over his grey blue eyes and ibushy board, sitting on tho box B":it of his droskio looks like a big igrocn pumpkin with a pla' stuck in It. Everyone In St. Petersburg wears a uniform of somo sort, the initiated can immetho diately .toll a man's callng by unfllorm hip iwoara. At 6:00 a. m., June 18, 1911, tho second division eat under way steaming in column, natural order, enrouto from Cronstadt, Russia to Klol Germany At 6:00 p, m., Juno 22, 1911, the second division oamo to anchor In the harbor of Kiel, Germany, mihore It is at the present time. Tho Emperor of Garraany will rmte a iluto of 33 guns on coining aboard, .The second diyllaa-- will get under-w-y Btewintag In cokmwi, obtural order, esnouite ftnm Kiel, Germany, to Provtecstown, Usee., Juae 30, 1911. as I b&YA dMKrtbed the two cruises I BietkA 4a h IkMfauiIeg to tAe Wiit of my ksowledge vt the dJfitcr-- t tosilm ten's visited ey th ilTljQft tas4 Mm iMtcvetiiflwi wfmI mo Meat BWwl f Mis eUvs. Is boat, pale-ttacc- at MM uvmn iflui mvnm. Washington, D. C, July 5. Hard The Third Regiment K. S. G, will go into camip on Thursday, July 21st. tack, the malm pant of the ration of fho The first five days cf tho encampment the Unttied States soldier from more. will (be davo'ed to military Instruc diys of the revolution .is no tion, qtihor than small arms practice, It has boon banished and hereafter, ard the last five days will bo spent exempt on the jiarust occasion, will in training the men upon the rifle bo substituted .the nijw "Weld bread." range. Tho tanget firing will be so The rare ocdislons on wihlch hard conduotod itliat every enlisted man of tack will be used are punjly emergen-cles.whan organization. Is cut off the same c'ass (qualifications) half a be required to flro as near as pos from the suply train or is on 'forced march. sible, the same number of shorts. Tho 'ast .two idajis of tho RegimenIn all tales of valor tlie humble and tal shcoonly those who have qual- homely ard tack played a prominent ified as "marksman" wWh a score ag- pant. It has since the beginning of gregate cf 120 will bo. allQWuJd to the country also toraio the brunt of shoot. many jokes. In the army it lias hewn The State R'ifle, oompaMtion will bo tlie cause of desertions, violations of held at the Oivll Range from July ruins and regulations and tho aausa 31st to August l&'Ji. Any member of of m.Kn "dang time in the mill" (Bon the Guard who qualifies as "Expert ing a t nn In tho guard houro). Rifleman" during tho Rugimewtal prac What Is hard tack? It is an tice, mill be eligible to enter tho cracker about three inches shoot, provided ho has per- - 'square and of about an eighth ' an formed 75 por cent, Of tho military du jnch in tlnlcknves. It is hard, so hard ty. during twelve UhM R trooper con carry it in his tho proceeding months. slioes, (saddlo poolcets with horeo During ithe period from July 31 to t jjojj Bnco nniis and a hmmmor and August 18th, two compenrLUomB will bo BUbjcot It to tho severest Jolting held a preliminary and a unai Out whilo riding at a hard and long trot tho without breaking it. But it is nutriof the list of those who enter preliminary competition, the twenty tious. to Hard tack is made of flour,salt asd five best scores will ho retained the waiter. Ytaat as a part of It was shoot in the final competition, other members toeing eernt home imme- never known. .The flour, nvator aad diately. Out of h'js liit of tIw,onty-flve- ,- salt are mixed together, kneaded wfllff, tho fifteen bust shots will bo rolled out to proper thickness and (then selected to constitute rtho Btajto Ri- then cut into siuarci3. It is fle Team. This team will go to Camp stamped with a perforator and thou Perry, Ohio, on August 23rd to ropro- - put In the oven and baked slowly. sont Kentucky in the National Olaitohes When it is taken from tho oven it Is to be hold itihoro. allowed to cool slowly, thus hardenThe promise of a lease on a rifle ing It sail moro. It la then packed range near Hartford has 'been secured in boxes or barrels. and, a report regarding its construciHard tack wlU stand tho rigors of tion forwarded to ithe Adjutlant Gen-ora- l. any ollmato. True much of tho hard ap- tack stored In the pyramid of Manila If tho rvport meets wiAh proval tho range wl U .boput into ehapa was mouldy, but the mould was only Immediately, and the members of Co. on the outside and could bo wiped oft "II" will shoot, possibly the latter and was wiped oft with a bandana part of nest wook, iLast yew the lo- handkerchief. cal Company held fourth place among bread ia a small loaf fThe nuw-fW- d the thirty Companies of tho Kentucky of good Urfcod bread, containing flour of water, Kilt and yeast and permitted t Guard, as regards the number (the rise I irwenbftns fwho "qualtJled" on RlUe Range. It is expeted that the Company will dovelop a numben of Will Hold Two Special Terms. good "shots" and will have a eood Judge Birklwad wlU break into his ropmseuntaitlon du ithe Stajta Xlfle summer vacs&Ion of two months durTs,ni. mm ing Auguut for tho purpose of hold-Ja- g journoy Uo special terms of criminal Never leave home on a term wJll ho called wlthwR a botOe of Chaaaberlaln's Col - ! court. Tho U, Cholm and Diarrhoea Rumedy. It ' in McLean couaty, at Calhoon,iwhon eightoim allogod itu-- and .the oases of la almost certain to be seeded hoard UcUvui-t- la ike mob that killed Wil Muunot be obtatnud when ou tb ears or atatMBehlps. For sale by.lhun IVxrter, Vill ba ickti, and the la Davio other tern nrfll all drugefetfl. en -com-peiilti- July 8, 19U. Editors 'Republican, Hansford, Ky. My attention lias just bcpii called to a s'aittane'nt &n ycur Ubuo of June 30th, the payimenffi of ceittuin money to Stato Inspector by former citlcos is comnunted on. In every oouuty'in tho Sinito It was the practice of the County officers to "susrend'' tlio ccikotlI.cn Df fines In case3 seeming to call for such clemency. As County Attorney I Instruct ed Judge fTfay.tor, Trustee Y. L. Moso- ley and the Sheriff, R. B. Martin to acock art ayments rathor than imprison a man who wanted to pay his fine, and not to report until fine was wh-iiel- Owonsville, lnd July 10. MrsjMary Hamilton, ago 10S, of nar East Mount Carmel, is believed to (be the oldest person in southern Indiana. theory She laughs at Dr. Osier's that a ponson of fifty has passed the purled of us. ifulness in this world s and her in homo utalrs show her age has no terrors for her. Mrs. Hamilton cooks, sweeps and does goraaral housework. Mrs. Hamilton recently expressed a wish to visit her son, Mashr Hamilton, living west of Owensvlllo. A wagon was tho only means of conveyance at her disposal, and having planned the visit Mrs. Hamilton climbed into tho wagon and Jolted over tho dusty road ten miles to her son's home. Inte-rosttW0-hor- ' collected. On final cheeking up it developed that the County Judge Taylor, Slu.ir-Iff Elopers Nearly Tell All. R. B. Mantilu, uiircpcHtcd mb fit te s a lld amount demonstrated times of which on am Observation more lllian. ono half 'had ilieeai collate ark car the other might shortly after by me, and all of It at my sugestlon It loft the Union depot. In isimtll p.v"meni;3. They were a trim young couple, InI know the article was not meant to conspicuous, though well divssod, and personally I as a matter of faot no ono paid much. nsflect to anyone and did not care about it, hut bellrg in a aiVontlon to thwm. Their griiw proved unWre that tli-i- y had bodi travollaig, as did measure iroapanslble for the matter, I drslro ito publicly vsplalu th3 faot that they got on att whe Un , the matter as It af footed Messrs. Ion dejiot, and auyono who had chanMtsjley and --Martin. ced to obstinve thvm would 'liave judgERNEST WOODWARD. ed them as ithoy proved them to ibeua nevly marri.l couple. Only it wusn't billed .to camo off as it did. Orchestra for Hartford. t jiut haipomcd that iiw big police has ibojn organized An Orcheotna for Hartford called itho Hartford Man man got on the same car, and 03 the y dolin and Guiaar Club, Iwlith the fol eye mill, when there is no partneu-lato a place to direct It ami there lowing members: Emory Sohrootar, policeman's st violin; Tnianble Pondkrton, 2nd pretty girl In Bight, the young pair. Mdhraxd lighted directly upon tho vloUn; R. D. Walker and The girl was Iflret to notice It, and Mlsahike, mandoltoi; Josse Schrodteir and Estll Park, guitar; Herbert San she quickly called the young man's atArthur Potty, tention. Ho eaw the officer. Then, bass vloUn; ders, they both, boy and girl, tried to drummer. disinterested. Thoy (tried to look out of the window, but their glance Given Life Sentence. lu variably camo back to tho officer. iHopkinsvJUo, Ky., July 8. At noon and ho bagan to got lnterestlcd. Thou tlie Jury in the case of Hcmbent Cobb, as if to assure him at least the who shot and killed his uweetheart, off of the offollr sho pulled om ;tho nigh of Miss Ella Cravens, tlie glove from Ivor left hand .meaning finding May 20, returned a verdict to have it apear quite Inadvertent, of Cobb guilty and flxims his ipunshmont course, and disclosed a diamond soliat Ufa imprisonment. taire with its accompanying wedding The Jury took ithe case latp yes- band. Finally she couldn't stand tho terday afternoon, and had been tumg strain eft the patrolman's gaze and she over since, standing tulno for a life half whispered: tenm, one for jnanslaughitwr or tnwnty "Do you supose ho kmows, dear?" one years and two for death. "No, itho youth aau.irtad .boldly, Tho case had (boon on trial all wiook, but with an expression that bolted a special tJorm of court ibolng held to hiB sincerity. "The folks haven't hod hear It, and wldo interest mas manl-tostotime ito let them know even if they've as Cab,b expruSBod hJroself found it out" satisfied with tho vordloU Wh-h- , reassured her a Uttlo and she laughed as she looked away. But Dr. Harbin Elected. the climax came when it bo happened July that itho offiofr got off on Twelfth, Elisabuthtown, Ky., O. Harbin, of LoulSTlUo.was street, just as .they alighted, Rev. E. tfio "Oh, houMy, ho Is coming," elected1 president of tho Louisville Cca forunoo of the Epwomh Loaguo 14 tho cried in real fright. "Sball wo toll session here yesteff-da- him that wo'll telegraph, to the folkls clobO of four-la- y Rport of vairous coananifttocs right awayi' And "Honey" was rJgW 00 the wore read yesterduy, and Hopkins-vlll- o was ohuscu as the next taeutlng verge of dosg It when he ofAloor, unplace. The inotlng here was deukir-e- d mindful ckC the lMjtle comedy, walked tko boat ever lield iby the Louis-till- e away quite unconcerned Is am argo-alt- o dlreotloa. Coafereoee. Tii)--lornp-pji- ar pro-proty dj 8.-f- lNio y. Kansas City, Mo., July 12. Thenete Trustee Y. L.Moso-le- y an old saying that "a guilty con of science needs no accuser." It was and myself had about $100 y. 4 ; ,.-"- .- L Mnf. ort, to visMfic Ms 9mtr, Mary K. Bmoiii eyrrt Tlwy ibwve lxwi gradte; Mttee4 faAhihm- for oar iw B. II. Goedall to 1 Qweacieoro on buetoicss. III. I ' ;J. s J it, the motion Cor enAorsenemt e Hml CI. MASS CMVEimM 8. T. Franks BMwfe ey Mr. J. H. Tfeomsw, is iarMrtid mi rhHctrfow. reHaB HELI MERE SATOUAY Htred ceerfllg to law Hi Ta Me Mr. Temw wh vmto mH mttr of ,tk Meead fee motion for such enderscnast was Hmrtfanl, K.. cIm ooawilt-tj- o a mesOi of tw uaaahnously Delegates Instructed for O'Rear wihlch drafted and C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER r.jpanlod the resolution donslngl E0IT0R8 Xmi- and A. S. BeBaett-Lea- ck govwnwr. Our oW friend E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER OHXnc for RAMEY Silas Stevona comes in for hte porPUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. inated for Representative tion of ceaaure because he was aJ)le from wnong to nann five to Address all communications the Four or five hundred present as One of the mot erttBfusiwtk and Th Hartford ttoimblioan. Everyone a ncoolutlon cosmnJtiteo. ever reprosanfatlvo H.'rfoid Republican, H t rook II. Davis heiabeeB.aWioihted Rural carrier oh, Jtoufea No. ,1 Tho Ice onewm wppr glvn here Satunday WM. by (the lUtoefcaha jwaa larg-.lattended' and ontJoyr A iby rfU Mlaa Onda Tlictenio-r- , ,ho baa been. vtelbfaiK her elster ta island, hes returned home. July 13 to 22 INCLUSIVE The Red Letter Dates! TSliSFKOlTXS. i who knows Silas Stevtsw knows Ifcait' n in bo wculd not ho a .party to any dom-Irntlo- Hartford was he'-- at Hie " oourt You Need Stationery. cf R.oiblloan8, or any body house Saiturday aUrnoo(i. FHIDAY, JULY 14. llary of arc taking Wdnld 'ih taj Hi rJ chrdncoj ir naiiai va,xiJ-call mundT In. wo Chicago a kading industry or that It is a. patftmio? TKm-- n would you uy 'who ia it Oh'.oaaw .woman to gift rid of 'her husband whom aho won on. a bet. Tlw tmoral is; twvot iot. wamta Soano ono says that thcro aro Just 33 many gonnu on a dollar 'bill as on a fly. Well, "wo swat tho dollar .bill, too, when nw t.io can reach It. It tho hardest) is tho ono .who Poanlooatasmuch and wiras much as they over did. If you aro not soll- Inir thorn morhans you haw not push- d your ibuslivws as hard as tbo dthor fellow. Tfoo follow tJiat goes after .busing issiw On another column of this will .bo ifound a lat'er from Attorney E. M. Woodward, twlhlch "we gladly publish. It is anent the raxmt visit Jn 'Hartford of a State examiner, who wont over tlw 'public rocords at the Court House. Mr. Woodward how itho vory small shortexplains age camo aw, and wrlte3 a latter that it may ibe clear to oviaryone, although wvj hardly think It necessary MiIity-.Uire- e deltgates and as "many tlw Centertown Collegiate Institute. alternatea to tha State oowvention at for for no oiw ever questioned gcntlomen whom Mr. Woodward menGround iwns broken last Tuesday Louisville July 11 wore namied. Uiwn tions. morning for .the now school building tlie reading of the resolution a motion will mas maddTby Mr. John Henny Thcan-o- s The building iliarm for Oentertcjwn. Alon who da a town more to substitute the niaimo of .Hon. K. bo two stories in belghlti and of pr:B3- than gojcl aro classified as follows: T. "Franks for tlie n'anw of Jude First, those who oppose improvement td brick and stone, furnished in tho O'Rear for Governor. A vote was talc Second, those who run It dqwn to latest imodorn style. It will be located on the south sido on upon 'this motion, which loaC.fTho strangers. Third, those who nqver good Resolutions wvro then adopted." fI3xe of town, easily accessible by advertise thoinJbuslnss. .Fourth,thos elevation county mass conventlcm theni adjournany one. bread streets, on a nice who sliow no hospitality to ed and tho D legato Convention' was Sixth, thoso who hate ito aoe oSfours and at tlie edge of a fine grove Hhat has lb jen reserved for public purposes called by Chairman Martin. iwho make money. Sjvcnth, those fThe same chairman and 'secro'jary and oppose every movement that does not The contract for tho erection completion of the 'building has been were ixiSainod for tho deVfatecdn-vuntioEiglnth, originate" with themsalvos. and uion motion a Commtt-to- o thoso who put on long faces when a let .to Mossrs. T. S. Marks.of this city, on Credjnfcials was appointed as ai;d C. M. Taylor, of Beaver Dam. stranger speaks of locating- in th.jlr follows: T. II. Benton, M. L. Htav-rl- n town. Ninth, those who oppos3 mvory Tlie estimate cost Including the furand T. Wadi Stmtton. A ivad-ini- g nishings is $3,000. This is certainly public entei'pniise, .which does not apof the credentials and oalllnig of put pear of peisonal hooefit to themselves a worthy otiort that is being forth by the good peqple of Center-tow- tlie products of tlie county shdiwyd It does not (pay ito advontis say Lot every citizen rally to tihe Hut Mr. Albert Ljooh, c!f some moroliantis who have done .but Eulppont of tho trustors in tills under Dam, had rooelwjd a total of 71 2 bad and Mr. C. P. Keow,n lltitlo tit it and that ,w ttamt heaping taking and strive to make Cem.''r-tow- n votes eight It up. Tho lncdent of the .boy and Ohio received 51 2 votios. Sixty an ducatlonal center in votes bjlng necessary io a choiceMr. tlio pump lllastiues tho m.Vt-- wry County and Western Koa'ucky It odh was declartnl 0ii3 nomiiii'vand well. SUstf .boy was sent atter a pail NO CREEK ico.'pb d the racmlnatlon w..tih a Caw of water. He iMurod in tho priming July 13. Mrs. Ollie Ward and little words of itlianks and appreciation. and ipourrd out ua much as ih j (poured ,to rat and the daughter are visiting .her parents, LtonvMntlon; adjourned. In. Then ho atop-jIirlming rui down. ATiter sonn time Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Bennett old, Shake off tlie gilp of your .Born to the wife fo Robert John of oltunuue pumping and lwsCInghe ni&iiy, Nasal Catanh, by using Ely,'s cuuclud.il It did mat pay to pump son a girl, tlie 4th. Miss Uzzle Hudson Is visiting at Craxm Balm. Than will all .th iawi.ll-in- g Tlw merchant and milt lit disgulsi. of and soreniass .bo drltn out rtWl e in advertising HillsUlo. who does not Mis. Ben Ross, of Matanzaa, is iho kuidor, inflamed mmbran). Tlw does like Ate hoy wlio did the pumpand the ing. .Ho alwutised a few WovksUieu tlie Mre.t of hw parents, Mr. and ruts of sneezing will as discharge, as offensive to ctlu.rs as .stojijmd a while und allowed Hie puo-jil- o Mrs. Lwls Ead.erday. Miss Clara Ellis came home Satur .o jvurs If, T,1ll be atoiwd when the to for.4 it him and his lwslu'ss then day from Owouaboro, where eh has cause that produce it are rumovijd, lie ailvsnlis! aisafu and ixjnawcd Cleanliness, comfort and Ixwn attiuiidlns school, i concluded. ul trtls.ng didn't pay. Miss Alice Foster is spending a health ihy itlio 'use of Cream Balm. SUPERIORITY HURTS. few daysi Mtfth flier aunt, Jlrs, John W Sold by all druggist tro GO cents, or or maUtd by Ely Bros., 50 Warren i Under tlio head lino "Tttie Sldam Sandurfur. Miss Lonora 'Lindley, of Llvermore, Street, New York. Roller moved Niooly", tlie Hantford Herald In a humorous way attempts la visiting bar brothter, Mr. Homer Loser of $6,000,000 is Broke. to criticise itliK) conduct of tho Repub- Undley. held at tho .and Mrs. n. S. Chamberlain L. Now York, July 7. Edward Mr lican Mass Convention court liaube In Hartford, last Satur- spent Sunday at Nuokols with rela Harper, who cornered itho Oliiaago day. wheat market la 18S7, lost $0,000300 tive. Plots. 0. B. Shown, of Beda.and In twenty 'mlntiues, (WTeckud tihe Fifinds fault with tho foot that it the convention was proatlcally unan- Dudley West.Tfield, of thls placojliave delity .bank Uf QlntihinoiU, of whlich imous for 0'IV.ar for Governor. fThe boon enydoivd ito teach tho East and bo woo vice pmsLdenlt, and iwlaa Bant truth of Uio matter Is jthat .Judgo West No Creek srhools rospactlvely. to tho Ohio ipenitontlary for ten years Mrs. Elvis 11. iwy relurnwd Tuos-di- y lias no income and ills shlnt studs Olloar tfias boen tlie cliolce of Re(from PLasan.t Ridge whoro Bhe and cuff buttons are In luwn. TUtSe publicans as well as many Democrat In Ohio county for Governor over had b in called to tho 'homo of her faots wei3 brought cut hero yedtes'-da- y who Is very sick. slnco his name was first mention- fathr-lu-lain tihe wxajiilnnti'ou tl Hurler during prooeodings ion a Judgntjnit obed in coiumctlon with that oftloo, Stocking Rivers with Fish. tained by Hierman Cohen for U ?2,774 and th fact that his opponent Columbus, O., July 11. Ml 11 Ions of loan. Harpta- - is operating a utoeil so oTaw votes in thi convention is no futi'.i of any Republican la basa from thi govornmoii't t IsherJua at oomrony known as iHaner & Son, Ohio county, nor was it due to any NorthvlUe, Midi., aiu ito be dumped but he told tlie referee that tlio firm (lamination elf the party by auy in- Im'o the totnamw of tfce 6h(o dur wots not inaklmg any money and 'be dividual or comlitnation of Individu- ing tlie iiu.xt itwo or tlu months. had neVpr had' Ray dnconie from It. als. His fcuperloriby us a statosniau Tlw litYit rihlpnuent arnUtsd in Oolulm-bu- a CENTERTOWN. yesterday and were dumped into and as a UiuUv has lung ibon July 12. Mlsa Mary McKtnney Is by tlie people, not only of the Scioto river just nonLli of the city. Ohio county, (but iby the ipemdo of Next wojIc wswral onllllon more are in Loulsviilo visiting hor brother, Dr. ( the entire State, and Ids iitoalfl-eea- t to 'be bort to tho ut.ilto and will bo McKInney. ivjfxi the Mualcksimi Many at our" citizens have gone to liver, endorsement 'by the Ohio Coun- dumped ty ltapubldcan Convention mas only a near Z;iiiosflll , uioro lin (She Ohio Loulsviilo ip attend the Odd Fellow fcitJH Rieunlond maalfotftatlon of tlw high uitoum Jn rlw 'llcnv I'ontanwulli, wad more in iXso Miami and Mauawe riv. V A. D. Woodward was in Owensfcoro wbloh. be is lujld. The foot thtat Judge O'Rear Btamte era. .Thum iwl'l bj somo uat rh- - and Llv.jrmore this week on huslasaf lUiovfi aioci;n amu lamiiy, ox J tor- bead and shoulder, lu point of abil- Ing in tho stiMsjnu of thj OMol ity and adaptability to Vho office, ail UW30 tmtall ifilnny tribe gtxftf to a ton, lhavo reluriKid.' to ta.dn ifarm aaar above a cental a otiwr nominee for feilzo wiieio itiiey will make a like here. MU Flora Taylor, of Haitford. govftFKor of Kentucky, is tlie utlng luncheon. aod Suaaa Ellfot, of Jlodhioator, Mv the hurt wiiloh our For Sale vteWtg tie tebvlly of lAlbort (Row. eonUmiiKxrary fools on account to slowly recovering B&sy Itorsaa. R. si the harmonious coiwention t(f the orTwo brood eotws. R. R. RILEY, Call K. hte Aeiy IUgcsb. reewwt address, frcca eeuaty RiubliauiB. OUa Carl Buvton aad family, ofCloyr- Hartfond, Ky. Tiuo Jiral'd'8 owBuwat relative to 53tl amd-Honn, n. 1-d c-be-la-w re-fii- jd tative from Ohio county. Chairman Stevens miade a splendid talk upon taking ohe cbaAr, ills romanks .wvjxj wlaely apoken and very timely, mho next to come before the convection was tho appointment of Good Show This Week. and the Oomimlttoe on Resolutions, The Hal Warron Co. has a special the following were apolnited by Mr. engagement at Dr. Bean's Opera Sevens: M. L. Hjavrin, W. S. Tina-loS. A. Anderson, John IL Thomhouse for the remainder of tho week, tlw having bosun th-i- r oagagiiment hero as and T. II. .Bonton. iWhit Wednesday night. Their performan- committee was absent In getting up ces are splendid, tlie entertainment the resolutions, the conventions was consistirg of eccentric "Silly Kid" addressed byy Judga R. R. Wedding and black face monologues, songs and and,Col. C.JU. Barnett. flTw Oommittoe on Resolutions encomedy slodWhos. Sovcnal luTe saw the company at dorsed the State and National admin Dawson Springs a few wA)lts ago and istrations, he coureo of Senni'jor. W. recommend the performances highly. O. Bradley and recommendod Judge . In addition to the (program by the E. C. O'ltear for Governor, Warncn Company now moving ploturo AHvia S. Boniwtt, of Ohio countyor and Clerk cf the Court of Appeals, will be shown ciach evening. y, of poople. TtM tnulh of 'the who.'. mattier Is tho Herald Is simply seoking some prwUxt to cWk ho tide of papular approval cf0"R.ar for goiornor and if tho people can ho inclined to tho delusion that tho convention of Ohio county R- tublicaus that ijadorsad him for governor was domlna'jqd to itot or.d it hopes ita purpose lvas ibeOT 6ub.WPdJ. How bo such a proposition Is can dotfjimln-hy jour taking a census citl-wjof the O'ltoar and of your comtminlty. fliho people of Ohio ccunliy are and were in favor of O'Rear for governor and tihe result of the convention last Saturday was a simple expression elf their choict. d AmM-CR'T- ar oonv.-aiition- 'Xo'Jhlng gives an individual or a vention was composed of the leading flnm s'.amMng in ho ibustaH world like nice H'jatloiwry w.Uy printod. Republicans cf tho county and from every part of the Tho Jab Pntartfeig Department of Olho county. Tho metdkig was caHed to HantSord RMPUbHom fceops coneteiniUy IX, B. on hand a Una lino of IJtJjcrhaads, order by County and iWho abated tho purpose of the notielv.ade, WllhcHde, Btatomor Martin . 6. L. Sleyons, of Crom- cniielopce, bath linen and commerwell, wa selodted as temporary ohtdr-ma-n cial, typcf writer paper, fcivftatdon and and J. Key Foster as temporary oaUdcguo work. Give u a itnlal. You secretary, .both of whom miere trfter-war- d will ibe pktood. fTlphona 123. ihV con- Cllraiai JUBILEE SALE COME EVERY DAY u aib-su- rd n selected as ponnasent and socretary of the county mas couvoni'jlon, and also the DaLoaiatcd Convention, which was held later to nominate a candidate for Represenchale-ma- Notice to Taxpayers. List of appointments, of Keo,wm, Dpufcy S. O. Sheriff. Ooanfield, August 2, a. m. lAntnavllle August 2, p. m. Henbont, August Zt Shreve, Augiust 4. FordivJUo,, August 5. Btaver Dm, August 7, lOantoontflwn, August 8, Point Pkoflxnt, August 9, ip. m. Maftanzaa, August 9, a. m. Smallhous, August 11, a. m. Ceialvo, August 11, p. m. Mollonry, Augustl2, Rookpoirit, August 14. ' Wysox, August 16. Prontia, August 16, a. m. Cromwell, August 16, p. m. Suljiliur Slpntolgs, Augusi 16. T. H. BLACK, S. O C. 52UC By S. O. KEOWN, D. S. Your Shopping Make Our Store IS PLACE BUT VISIT ALL JUBILEE SALES. ASK FOR FREE SOUVENIR COUPONS. Notice. On aocouqt of tha Government inspector forbidding the couniy Inspector inspecting Bh)c.ep at tho pens, wa won't e'hi'p stock from Beaver Dam Tuesday, July 18. L. B. TIOHENOR, SILAS STBVBNS, JOHN M. SHULTZ, Com.mltt.i0!. -h-i- mi J, Uj Farm For Sale. Flf.ty ono acres of Improved farm -ly m acres of which ana por-txtland, level and itwonty acres jof onlg-Intract are tin a Iflne, young miidow. nicely Goad four room dwalllng, buOlt and finished on iiuido and well palmtedi road. Nice location from Famm situated four ni'les from Hart-fen- d, on the Haritforl and Owensboro Road. Can give imrmdiale piissessioii if, purclioser waa'p to buy crop. Olwp good welts, and good orchard years old. Slior.t distance from Jftv chuix:h and schaolliousj. Price low. Terms, ono half cash and balance on "easy terms. For funther itnifvnmation call on' BARNETT & FOSTER, 52tf Hantford, Ky. itialrity al W LOOK OUT! FOR OUR ily Jubilee Sale JULY 13 to JULY 22 WE ARE GOING TO HOLD A An Unknot m Toungue. A young man Judt ro'iurn.d from college '&s out cycjlng ono daj' when suddenly die came to a stoop gradient. While he was deconding he lost control of his machino and wias thrown. Two men came and"fcund 'him ly ing in that predicament. iWiieni aaked haw it hoipenud he replied: ",Woll I camo down that decline Iwllth the greatest velocity and lost my central gravity and was pnectpAttd on tho bard macadamized road." "Away, lad, Lit ihlm alone,1" replied one of the men. "Hois n foreigner." Ideas. m Jubilee SeJe! We aro simply determined to close out all of our Spring and Summer. Merchandise. Wo mailed you a circular that gives you prices on only a small portion of-oStock. How determined we are, the prices we are making will show you. ur Our Wonderful July JUBILEE SALE! Begins 13 and Oloses 22. Nine days of real bargains. Don't fail to visit us during this big Sale. Our entire stock of Groceries and Hardware will be sold at greatly reduced prices. So don't let this op. portunity pass. It may be your last chance to buy these Staple Goods at such low Better think the matter over and to come to our JUBILEE SALE while wo are,so determined to sell. Roepect fully; do-termi- ne Satisfaction Guar- anteed or Your Money ricee. Back. Remember the Place Carson InsaryaraUd (L Co. H r tht os-ln- aj HARTFORD, KY. Hartford Grocery Co. -- ' jL.itfevjwi-- A v .- Listen f u Wait Watch ,t should try oftrboa papr. w best japer oh ChmwHiteed old iby Tbo Ilarttord raarket. publlewi. Usr8 ot carbon fiwMHMi tlw ''Bcho" ww MILITARY BURIAL FOR MAINE AND SAILORS H 44.f e' 5 Fair's Big Jubilee Sale. Will begin THURSDAY JULY 13, continues until SATURDAY JULY 22nd. afford to miss it. Big Bargains Yoti Cannot during en- tire Sale. Fair's. Special attractions cacti "day." Come and invite your friends to meet you at - Don't forget the date and place and V re- - member it pays to trade witti a house that saves you money. 1&&&1&&0. J-- PHILLIPS HOTEL 'BATH HOUSE New Building .. Five Mineral Wells . Shady Yard .. Large, Cool Rooms. -. .- MM1FRN STEAM AND MINERAL BATH HOUSE Baths gevon by Hot Springs Attendants. J. R. PHILLIPS, BATES: Proprietor. DAWSON SPRINGS, KY. $7 tO $10 PER WEEK. tfunonsl Dlj lodies of Crew of Wrecked War rootora and Envbalmere. All proortly and oarofully attoaded'W ship Which May be Found day or night. B.th iulpUonc,8. Bfv Cl -4 Will U 1I11C11CU. or Dm, Ity. UC II 111 Mr. and MfB. Jas. T. Davis, ot lwar. 9innjdalo, (Wro itho gliosis ot MTj, D. C, July 9. ApV.1- Davla' slskinBjMra John W. Ford anjj 4r Iteriy funeral for Jlho viotlnw of Uho Mrs. AmlccBon Byora, ot Route balitlc-shj- p fnJrio ttinld tho wineck itHartiford, Jaat Wculnttjjday. (Fha county union "ot itho Anvrmtaan self aj.atB to Ibo tvsunod. iIHor ibho 5uw Socitfy tit Equliy m it hwna FiikJay puniixso of aBoortalnifag Just aaumiay tor Ir.o fmnihctlon or muc3i ttt itho wreck can ibt) removed a ma (ting of renter ibualncps. Tho txcslons both at oEo di'mie Onlgadftir General sovaral offilcera and Bixiby, teirgoly tuU'onnIuJ.. dj-- woru loft' Monday oiiot of unglixnjrs uf Uw aqniy, (wa Mr, John P. Taj lor held. for Wtet Vlriglnta, whoro ho 'has a Tiho nival t'o ins inforaiod Gion- Bpwndln good paction. Un has btwn ernl EBxby that it waa Liiielr ddalro hte woaiMon liono Avluh bis paroats, to (have tho wick tburiied In lanwRpot Hon. and Mns. ,H. P. fllaylar. ftWl, if pasjble, ito Iholld a mttnal idum- A four nvunUra old oolt ilxslongiivg ona' nation at iihj Ulmo. Gieifcjrnl Blx- to Mr. O. P. Jowls, of RouUs 5, hap "by Itcld theim It's obirvaUonta iwhllo pdnod to a bad ooldont last vvek? at'HoAuna lfid him to Ibcllevd Ithat tin w1hen It skipped among sonw roots groahr part of tho vcasol could be and vlnts and brolco a fona tlwg. tawtid to a propca Ibuniil ground. Ho iMlss StoTlti Wornr and Mse has promised Ito (rdjp itlteinifonniid Wlllyo Snillli wnt to Loulsvlllp the as to itho condl'lon of .tho IhSttt. of first of Cho wo k. iMlss Woerncr will tbo ehlp bis itho iwflltar In tlio coffer-- . romaln wvral lays for a visit with dam ts laworud. fniends, whllte Miss Smith will return tAs fast aa any remains of tho this weak. of tlio disaster aro rocovoroJ tbnd Among our Gallons Saturday wore they will ibo iplaoed in coflna T. H. Banton ain3, O. M. Bishop, of mado rviady for burial in ArtinglUon Ortntantomiw; Elnror Sandjrfr, It. 3, Natloral oametciry hone. All of tiio Baavor Dam; A. Themp, of MoIIonTy; Domains will bo buried at tho same G. P. Jortos, It. 5, land O. B. Bant-lott- t. time. Cuba is orrtuitIng to pay a tribR. 5, Hian'ifond. Lwdgo I. O. 0. P. will hiavo ute) to KJho Bailors whose lives wuro Aamo an lniteros'iwg Woetlng .thl3 .A'onllng. sacrificud in tlio dvjstaiuotlon Df tlio Work In two nlogrocs, and otltor "bus- barfj'JfMship .Maine. Ilroeid..fliit Gomct iness of sprclal importance. Allniom-bw- s "has issued a d.5roj ondering aapoa'al present. demonstration of sympatlhy through aro rcqucBtcd to bo out 'tho ,ivpu,M!c na aoon na Havana Visiting Ibrathora wolomo. harbor glwa up the dead. Flags Of A almglnis Oanvaiftlon will bo aulu public Ibulldfnos iln Cuba and at Ckar lUin Chunoli an thia fifth all tho ships in Havam hanbor .will fly at Sixday dn July. iAII Blngws and most and guns of tho ehoiwKat- chairs ana invited ito Itake part. Every-on- ij halt own tonles illl he fined at halNmlnubo fumtdfih lUneir Is ookvid to for an wnitlna day over tho lunch, aa tJws hlaa ibojn tlio custom past eleven historic scono of 'tlio wreck, wMoh, for tills occasion Ifor the whether caus-k- l 'by an ouralilo eplo-sioyours. had much to do with itho clash drill elf arms Company H. hwld 1U tliat f road Cuba. hoi-StaiTday tdght, under Itlw comto Thoro ia doubt, towcror, as Po- mand and supervision of Capt. wliothw Cuba .will bo given an opWvjcso and LUut Shown. The (boys portunity to niako this synnpatluatic loave aro making nndparatlonB to 4jrce..'"tiirp, r3 jniany arany and next Thursday ifor ithdr aiuiual navy officers bolltvo tiiat no Doaws- out, which tliis jvar is held iwtill ftjo found la tlio pnets.E't opera at Onjll, near LcuIsviHc. tion jf uncovering tlio wroik. Ohio county iwtis given a nios iaon-o- r papers Aladrid, July 7. All thvj at tho State Republican Cournndttnw print tho a'at ment of Brigaat Loulsvlllo this woek wlKtn. Hon. M. dier Ciwtul William H. Blby, chief L. lleavrln iwas solecUjd as itompor-ar- y of engineers, U. S. A., Chat ho bo- sacrotary ot tho convention, and lle.yxL thiiit tho d a iructictii ct iho ibait- Jater mads pormanont eocrd'ary.and tloshlp M.Une in Havana hanbor was Coh C. M. Barnott was plaodd upon caused by tlio explosion of her magathoCommlbtoa on RosoluUons.ot wihicl zines and not by an external force. was( chairman. Congrsmani Lac-gleThe A. B. C, in oonwnonitlng upon Mr. Groanlo Williamis, of Chicago, tho s'hftuncn.t, saja that it will be aTrhcd Saturday afternoon to apvnd a shown that, although Sipala had to poasession, faw days hijro visiting frioads anid rel- gno up her American atives. For nearly five years ho has alio has iiaS boea dlshonoi'od. candy been conmoted .with a largo manufoctury In that city, and lias u FOR FLETCHER'S splendid position.. His brother, John J. Is also with hho same iflnn, but was unetblo to git a vacation u'ltbls J7 & Co'., TAVos-loelkMi, na-.a vic-Un- is n, .to-da- y K'te.iWcr Tlio IfJnd You 'Ilavo Always Bought nna whlcli lias been in tiso for orcr 30 years, lias homo tho slgnnturo off and Iins uccnmatlo under Ills icr- eonnl siiporvislon einco Its lnrniicy. 'C&ccA&ll Allow no ono to deceive you in this. but All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd"Just-ns-good'nr- o Experiments that triflo witli and endanger tho health off f! J' Infants and ChUdrcnE-pcrlcn- co against Experiment. What is CASTOR! A Castoria is ft harmless substitute for Cantor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotlo substance. Its ngo irf its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Fovcrislmcss. It cures Diarrhoea aikl "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA f-cbtC&tM ALWAYS Boars tho Signature of CfiVZ The KM You Have Always Bought COM In Use For Over THCCCflTAUH PANT, TT MUHMV TPtST, HCW VOBH CITV. 30 Years. THE Light and Power Co. (INCORPORATED) t4H..t4iH KENTUCKY WIHOOUR HOUSE ML JIT COST. ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN REACH. Children Cry E.G.BARRASS, - Manage. LXtbbAAAAA C ASTORIA timo- - i Hartford Republican. anilTDA.Y, 3VUT u. e llllnolsCentralRa1lroad--Tlm- Table. At Boaver Dam Ky. Sonlli Bound. No.J21dull.86ii.ni. i I L' No. 132 due :03 a in. Nurlli Bnuiiil. JJo.lK'luelJSSp.m. Ho.l03dn3:4Sji,m. No. Ml dne 3 48 p. m. No. 131 dut8t5?. in X I ' Daffron, or SunnydaV'. is on tho e'jok list this wojk. ph&a-VMr. W. B. Render, cly waa a oMJco Tuesday. caller at this Mra. Jolui & Mr. .J. Rosenblatt la In Loulsvllla loc m extended wlalt with relatives. "ffU1 Beaver Dam 'ball l031 against Jfartford "W. B. Pto3r Kttur- - tn. Wheeler, of MoIIenry, rffloo 0 ft (pWuit caller at' Oris Friday. Bean, at OUlon. (Dr. nnd Mra. J. B. Ky fiio tfco gueMa at Dr. I. Ror. a BOWl. few Bwrwtlt is BjMiw-f- tg diva In LouIhtIIIo reoUrg for the Ell Mr. Quito a number ot Republicans from .Mr. J. C. Riley made lils son Lowla - Among the Churches. us wook. Ohio county went to Houlsvillo the a mncsont ot a nuco nore woak to aittJend dho Stat firsat ot Lnwis is all e&nllea. Couiwmtion. Among those ' who rJllsB H. L. GuenUifr, chief clerk P. E. warvj: PosUnastier baptist ciiuncai. t Monday lu tho local paatofflc;, i.-wTUylor and J. A. Leach, of Btfiwr J. W. BRUNER, VflftJor. Ttug-d- ay In Loulsvill and Do.ni; Dr. S. P. Park, o( Rockport. Suaday Sahcol at 9: lu u nil AdvjKls-- j your "want" In Tho Col. ,('. M. Bam t, R, D. Martin, S. woiaKp Manning at 10H5 and R suits almost A. Andorscn, J. Xoy Fc4or, C. O. mrthlny wioishlp ILirtford at S o'tilnolt. cj:iU'm on. '.uiyrihCng. Try fthem. Hunter, T. II. Black, Dudliy Morris, Pivjachlng at RMid.ir Saturday Dai-nuand f. n igHt and Sunday afternoon. ot W. S. TlnsUy, E. G. Lemon, Mr. anil Mrs. Auw-Hartifoixl, and S. L. Sbov- Carydan, iTkl., sto the guests of Mr. E. Smitti, MKTJIODIST CJIURCill. ona, or croinvcii. anid Jfcs. Iijron But, ot luuritqwn. . .v Virgil Elgin, Pao'or. 4, w was glvx.ni Twssday even- T,ltVln.Vl.ltr- - Kir 4'l itrwilnt lUWf Rlltl-- Typewriter paperln all rades, typo . A hayrlde "UWM-M- 0 WJ t..'. i'MWU. ....v .. 1.,, . t,rvw, wvf Mor uhi S 1nl. t(L s t) mi Uy Ruv ftt u (U writer ribbon- - and carbon paper for lE w.mt salo all the time at Tlio Republican U1U iiaiiJ.uju uujj. 7uu ini.j dandy S. J. Thompson, pivsldirg elder.und Co Goslton church whore- a tt. , of tlw 1rd'a Supper. OtttM. '. lunoh was scinvtd by itho girls, then a. Pireaolilng alo Monday at 11 Tho Cheapest Place ot Earth to buy back to Ifturtfond via. Boaver Dam. Quarterly Ooifceixynce at o ni.'Oiml chap-oronklnda of Sooda. -l Mr. nntl Mrs. Otto Martin acted as orankily Tunis is tho last p. an. Tha OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY CP. in tlio party 'bosldt.a tha chap- - mWt!ncv tnm 1w vnnr T.t. thrV Jki , D niMeo Hajw, Hartford, Ky. 29U onmu. woiv,: Mlssos uaU &qjX wporU ft fu &teu Wlna'ia. Stoivna hiis tulumiouM Ainno ajuujy,uuiu imejuAHuu ivuuj-Lola Magan, May Miagrui, froan an lexfou'vo tour or tno as- Early Mosoloy, Ozora at JIary Siwildlng. tern cltilta, and a tasusi panty 'Alloa Kouwoi, Daisy NVoddlii't', Annl. .Vul If . wVU, . Igiki, Anna E. Kcown, Winona A. singing school btigan rtanX Sbavon3, Eammy Whiittinishlll; Mjssrs. at Marvin Cliatpol and, is to be Groaslo Williams, of CWcngo; Raymur uVi dar thy lutoro-l- p of Mr. Joj Parkyl Tlnsley, Allison Barnutt, Trimble ucur Clftjwr Run. CSorenoo Barnard, EatiUPark, For two months, beginning L. P. Wocrner Is expected Lewis Riley, Sydney WllMams, m McDowell Fogle, July 15, I will givo as a pro-miuIlolbrook, hoindstomorrow from lndiana.whero ho haa boea apeindiDg several days Casblus ono years subscription with rwlwavKB and friends. t to ed t &i?iprkekr$?ffcr& i4,4,ii,-4,ii,,4,,4,s- - THINK ABOUT THIS 4 u - ' 4,- ,, - I v. si 9t if?Cl ffiSCT Ir-.- 1 Mb VffW-- T 9fbHHKi i- o, I , Oolonela. SiUm O. 'WlHUHua MWIsea Jlay,1 uf Owicoisboro, " i- - &s. f V family who haa ihoun vlajtlng slstor, --Cm Irony Mra. A. M. Barmci'it. mlai town, ro- rooma-wttve ' Hubbard. tiurnod. home Wvulnitdny. J. ai. "WUr cd J. J. Mrs. J. W, O'liannoni and Mra. R. Hww. 13, IuU, oity, vlsiti4 fihelr iwromts, KwmJI, cf Mr." aaid Mm. 11, W. S'uwait; Solect, Sunday. . Mr. KM J. McKiiiiney, ot Uou'a- fmm, Friday until "fc l4ia AtMM DudW. of Wlnchufttor, " Mies pBJMBtt W1U, T.HB Who has b.) m ha guxst of Mr, wid Moo McmW. . Omwca imk jnrnjwwl hgr Mi-- Kawnw HoKbrooki for seral tay Uim B ResdHblcAt, Mtoro sXuc loft TiittneCiay Ifor hor liuo. at m Mm. Firieo 'IlaUow- - and chllkx. fjitrg jt Toaattaa. eudta a fjw Samua wmI .Munslon, ot St, Louis, i M1b Aee frlvijlonday to b tho a M a at Ma Ofek wlti iter auwc, Mis. wMlMr.'srnd Mrs. T. R. Baraardj of darfcir. j. W. j!:rt J. d hr h JBo-Vi- wrt, wo pkt Beginning Friday, July 14th, ending Saturday, 22d., wo offer a discount of 25 per cent, on nil Plintna nvflonr. "Pannv work. This means that you can got $5.00 work at $3.75, $3.00 work at fy & $2.25 and $1.00 work at 75n. This is tlio first r time wo havo over done anything of this kind, T and you may rest assured that you may never Solves a Deep Mystery. to Tho Hartford Republican yiann you irom uio.DOi-- i T acaui havo such an oppurtuuity to got such work "I wni to torn a y heart," wrotq c. n. rb&t. or Tho Haitfiml Herald, with fc at prices so low. Wo moan 'what, wo say, so re- - $5 of LniXurg, W. Va., "for ftgj jp 0f ,f5,00 Gold ' Sa member that tho 22d willceitainly end these & from UniUu foonttfit 1 got curing mo ot both taoles, guaramoeu to wear r, prices. Wo do not intend to turn out any work EUKtfla Dlbtwra, in a soc- -e cm as a on en iiouuw onu permanently and fitted scien Come to tho Boat and get F that U not. first-clasbad of r)K!nit!iJBu, frcmi which I Yours truly, your work done. b&vai an aknot bolpletts autfvter for tifically. Pen-dlJto- n, ry FREE! SpOC-dorf" 4 g 6p-uldt-ng. ul s. taa rUl though ikB It eultud my caso ns aA last for bio." Fordys-popai- a, liuMgeation, Jauudlco and to the sjuUhi ot kidney poUoustha yyfim. rhoamwtliwii, oauo no rwr git--i;- qual, Try thorn. Every ibottlo Is gaiNWtood to KitIstyvOnJy 60? at in all drujcsiri. EltrU Ultturshns Tho.'.Rellable. Jowoler and K J..B. TAPPAN, Optdican, i. The Schroeters ' HaHfofd. f-- -- .. Kentucky.' )$Jfcty&'$&X!$'ty JJfui- - 'j -- " A it bbBbbbb I mmmmttmmmmmmttm BV ' HHHi. 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A siall wucur o: e coA Is Icy cold unA Moawwihilo .u i-- " S3, v mol4i4y i a mo 'b)l wliJi u tA-ho- cavi pwtly piiESEnviNa i Rail Sprinkle lightly vl h wabor j)laoo tho audita iti 3oap suds. Each raomlDg tako tho bouqmrt out of tho jruds, lay It Blduvuajs In trosh water for a triw mlnuttri, tbon taV.e It oat, sprinkle And return to tho suds. Ftrmh suds Should ibo maid ovurj tiro or throe daiyis. SAWDUST OTlIQUlTirKED. cut flowers.- - then pCHrod block of wkLppod cpenm 'bel-nll$iky on hite top. A email HWicor of jjdiier cofr dorod sugar is wrved with tho too, roo'. Tio l4o cups or t , -- .t iil u k coffew tflawwfe a . .. . ,.h) 'ijii ' I ''Hin iwk nj'da jlipmwp , a t dniont St tg lw in or- , kwr sjhI mi phyu4cJJy: Mils, .work, Js irttfA 4m wh1 ymmej fMhd. a yotWl yoHtfofxl to iUt ljyauc to a mi h'.1 ky of yoW Directory CiravH Omirt T. P. Bkkhead, Attorney! W. P. MWkltf, Ben p. Jailer; 8. O. Bamus, Clerk T. C Master CoMmMener; K. T. Cetlhw. Tntete Jury WfJn,?. M. Blselt iHw-If- f, Hartford. DepuHee 8. d. Kewn an Lon Black. Cert eonvenes first Monday in February ami, eentlfiaes three weeks; third Menday in April, two weeks eoond Monday la June, three weeks; third Monday In Ootobr two weeks. County CAutl.-'R.- 41 R. Weddteg, judge; W. 8. Tlnaley, Clerk, C. K. Smith, Attorney, Hartford Court convenes first Monday In eaeh month. Quarterly Quarterly .Court Begins on the fourth Monday In February, May, August anal November. Court of Otalrss Convene first Tuesday In January and first Tuesday In , October. '. 8. MofcSoY, Other .Cfennty Offlcerr-- C. Ferdsvllle, Ky., U. P. D. Surveyer, No. 2 Bernard"itrUx .Assessor, Hartford. Ky.i.Ki KVL. No. 2! Henry Leach, SupcrlBln)ent, Hartford; Dr. A. Ur; Rte, J4gt Otto C. Martin4 Attornesr . Will pnwUee hte In 'JoaUng Fire. May not result fcrom Uiemork of ,wu. oilloJ wtixo burn are onus-o's tliat BwJfre a quick need for 'U htr t Law. - Ore-uu- gs HAATFORD, KY. d Buck-Kn- $100 Reward 4100. , eoroiut flwdust ia briqujtitod by In Eitroiw for a. household fuol. as hilo almost Sawdust briquets, mucl. easily ignttwd as wood,' (burn moro slowly, owing Ito thulr lravtlng tlw boon conurroaacd so highly dn. making. This Is an advantagcjas tho linns tiro dooa ofiten. not .rood' r4klslhli so ICED TEA filiABORiATION. To mko dt, boll a oup ot sugar iixo minutes wltih itwo cups of water add tho Juice of throo onanees, 1ao lomone, roJi'ih a cup of pnltapplo pulp. Mako Eomo strong tua toy pouring n pint of quito twilling wator over four Btirring jtablesnconfjula of tea and five minutes, cool nmxl Htnadn, mix wath itho fruit and fnooze. The readers of Ue papfr wlli ,to pleated to Kwra that there Is at Us ono dreaded disease that scionoebax stajs, been able to cure In a.1 its and that is Catamh. HoII'b Oatarnh dvo cure known Curo Is tho only Catarrh to tho moJical fraujnnlty. bolng a onatltutlonal dlsaso.roqulrcs Hall's a constitutional troatonont. Catarrh Ouro la talcen inijonnially.act-In- g directly upon tho .blood and 'mu coua Burfoces of tho system, thereby destroying tho foundation ot tho disease, and giving tho patient strength and by building up the conaJtutlon assisting roturo 4n dolnig its .work. Tho proprlotojw have eo rniuoh faith in its curotlvo ipowers uhat they of-fOno Hundred Dollars for any case that fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address: tF. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists,! 76c. Take Hall's Famly Pills for con stipation, in iat or f CommlttoA faraning clasis of pooplo will and please ccimo out and discuss hear discussed thoao subjects, hvihlch I tried this oa a bod about thirty sliculd ln'bcjest all. DUDIjEYv FOUD, Pivs. years old and It is Just like now. D. E. WiAiRD, SasV'J CHERRY WINE, flako four quants fruit, nvthar swoet Special Train. or jsaur, place in a anonlar and slightTo Hopkins County Falr.Mflscn-vllle- . ly fcruiiso without criuandng Itho stones. Ky:JUJuJylS5a'-t:01-and-22nTt this add three quarts 'water and stand to a Jar 8:30 a. m. .Strata and to h.Illf"'quart3uloo Leavo Hartfordi " Ceutertowa 8:44 a. m. sugar If tho fruit " Kronos 8:55 a.m. is acid, or 8 pounds If eweet. Fill " Moorman ...9:07 a.m. of the Into Jara, reserving a ihortU " Bremen 9:17 a. nu liquid, with which to keep tho jars "Millport 9:27 a. m. the filled whilo fermenting. Cover " Anton 9:41a.m. openings with a thin cloth. After the Arrive, Madisonvillo ..10:00 a. m. cork tightly ceases Jemontation Leavo Madisonvillo returning, C:05 and keep in a cool plao-- j throo months p. jn. drain oif oarvtfully and boLtU). One fare plus 25 cents, (I1.3S) for CANNING BEANS. the round trip. glass Jara. Use quait Date ot sale July ISCu to 22nd., inString bnans and pack tight In jar. clusive. pour in After packing with beans Retuni, llmH JHly 24th. old ma'ior until Jar Is brimming full. The special train strvlc will be lid run only on following datm, July Put on 3ubu- - band and scruw down tight Svit a zlno tub on the range, Siri.d a clutih ovor bottom of olt3 H. E. MISQHKE, Agt tub to prevent jars brvabirf;. Place tovgther JAto In tub, not too closo AfUsr ud cover with cold waVw. water noahes ibolling ijiolnb let boll Uuioe hourw. Sot itub m" and lut Jars jool in watnr. When cool try each lid to makVj sure that It Is tight Sot Jars bottom Hide up overnight, and it tlioi'o be no leak, bet tway in a ool, daik 'pla.ee. Such a statement, coming from STRAWBERRY ICE CHELUl. the cashier of a bank, shows what A atrawberry dco ci'oam in which confidence responsible people have not the aetual fruit js n;xl and awrely tho flavoring extract, Is quite in these pills. Mr. A. L. Wilson de3sovt. after trying them wrote: ambrosial for a For iihta ciyunklo ouu and ono-ha"I liave used Dr. Mllrs' Nerve uj)iuls of granulated sugar ovr ow and Liver Ptlla and also your Antl-Pal- n Pllto, on myself, with . quart of bulled strawberries and lot good result. The I.lver Pills stand for an hour. Soak one table- so naturally anil so easily act that I scarcely know that I spoonful of gelatda In just "enough 'w& have taken a pill. Frequently aa hour, itflien Jar to oowir It Cor being troubled with headache I jjkwb- - Blowly oxvr It ono quart of thin take an Antl.Paln Pill and get immediate relief in every case." vrveun thart. has been bixught to a A. I... Wilson. Sparta, III. c&1d "with liallf a cupful of white Mr. Wilson was for a number ugar. Stir unttd the &laMu is all years cashier of the First of National Hank of Sparta. .dJicklvud, and mIiou at Is cool mix in the titmwburrVti, whloh have 12kn Dr. Miles' through a fine J.Vi. FxueiM and Nerve and Juver Pilli ftcJ in lv ami gait. VIENNESE FR02EN COFFEE. Many arc different from others. TPho Viouii-Jsioof Cue ioe Is well' kinds of liver pills are "impossible" Himiv uhruuglicut tho iwoild,'but tile after one trial on account of their "fivzwn" aiffui is porLaps no bo col- Dr, Miles' Nerve and harshness. -aUl. Tho iiruirfa ration is vxtivntoly Liver Pills do not act by sheer force lHipk, and It is unlikely to but in an easy, natural way, with- kn,wltlilfliinot(l'j!IcatuconiitUuUon. Tiio offeo in vivpaivd wdth milk and out griping or undue irritation. rehm in tho usiu way. It is then They are not habit forming. poured Into a rooein'.aclethat'Ia nilacjd If the Ant bottle falls to bmeflt, your druggltt will return the price. Ask him. J"a rofilgortitbor. If noiw is avaUablo, tlw citfoe MILES MEDICAL CO.,. Elkhart, In. .jbould bo placed dn a jug or bdi'Jo :, al lunipj of Ice placed mwiiul It (Tihe -- VIOIJET COOKIES. Mako .tho cookies of ttm-- o cupfuli of euga.r .trwo eggs, ono cupful cock of butter and rich sour croam, one toaspoonful of soda, and flavor with nutmvog or caraway sood. HJso enough flour to roll out Balsa dn a hot oven and when cool docorato wl!ih pale jyoen dclng and candled violets. A laoo pspor dolly plaood ibonoath tho cookies anid a garnish of violets add A pretty touch dn curving. Harper's Bazar. TO MAKE AN OLD FEAHHER BED WKK NEW. Ilka a tub of warm wator In which h of a ibox of put powder, Tart, d malbout 4 ipounds jf.fHJthers at a ittao and work iii itlioroughly washed And down lll thou squoozo out, changing the water savoral times. PJaec tho feathers on several shoots,, spixad on floor In a room not used and ithln out to dry. Loavo windowa Open itlll dry, "turning to itlck tihum ovory day. Put bod joak vffy night, ntot monnlnlg wnlng out and put dn cUun, inarm suds and rub; rinsjo and hang out to dry. I one-ifourt- Children cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA Farmers Club Meeting. Program for Farmers' Club which moots in Hartford, July 15, 1911, at 1 o'clock Invocation Rov. Virgil Elgin. Best way to Cultivate' Tomatoes roaulta Hdgar to obtain best Bochm. of Proper Preparation and tlmo Obtain th? Seeding for Wheat to Greatest YJeldS. E. Bannott. Fall Pastures and haw to Obtain Them in Dry weather F. W. Pir-tl- e. B st Methods cf Raising Clover Dudley iFord. Conn Culture Prof. Bonny Jjaach. (E. C. BA1RD, D. E. WARD, D. ai. STBWTART. Jt fonty-oIghjtii- self-scali- ng "The Liver Pills act So Naturally and Easily." Arnjea S&lve, tb quickest, cure for burns, wounde, bmls, i . i.t ... Hj.. a W.W It. boils, sores. It subdues lrrftenmtion. .fl 2. i ao other lr35sS?S)" "Uttlo1 ln- - It kills pain. It soothes and heals. " X iit o o.n bo-- . Drives tff skin eruptions, ulcers or . e died. " .ui i m piles.- - Only 26c at all druggists, ie.wj Srat nreTtJ?e33 nitlaUor 6 ' Birthday Dinner. vu. h.e and omoetrtnbj upvtn hoin. n 4. Decide what and On kwt Susday tho hoUdron Uais Oi.d Lsregard tirau'it" friends ot ilr. V. M. Stovems wi- ' 5. B inioroited liiVovirt-ytilivnthat orod.at ibis ok! heme where he former liatipons for the momeBtViiut do not ly Hvod. It was hte 78th Unahday lj!t r.ho Infrtitjist booiho fco'deep. tiliolr Illley,- - coroner, Hartford. All the cMIdu'im got. to nvcrlt-tt- t -- ' JtJSTICBS' COUItTS. 6. hat wtat jwu Mkiaand ivJienyou otd home once mono together refheTe diays. like, but rot ft' much' m you like. they enjoyed tho'r, happkt D. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday March, Tuesday af3rd Monday 7. Drink much wator.T Thtv all had a edeo timio an'd a sunp after3rd Monday hiIn June, Tuesday after ter 8. S'ojip wironover'you-arsi epy. liotifi dinner, Tflinre iwero 4G (proscmt 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after Monday In December. ,A;' ana TOioy were: Mr W. M. Stevens and 3rd B. Bcott, Cromwell, Wednesday O. arte 9. Slop to rest for amlnuto many wife, Mr. John WicataltUd and iw&fe. 3rd Monday in March, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday, after times a day'. These littfe,jxjata 0ro-lon- g and son, Mr. Willlo OfewiMn and wife, 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday In December, V life . and sons, Henry and Bart and dtvugli-!w- r after 3rd Monday Ilockport, Friday ' after John H. Miles, regard 10. Find your work; then Mcrl, Sam Stovems, son Leslie 3rd Monday In Mnrch. T.'rl.lnv on.r Monday in 'June, Friday aftrr 3ra that iworlc aa a pleasure,, not a (pen nnd daughtor Ootmmlie, E. P. Stevens 3rd Aiunuay in sepiemuer?' Friday artcr 3rd Monday in December. ' alty. and wlfo and, earn Jcseo and daughJ. C. Jackson, Centertown, Saturday Thus saith Sarah Bernhardt, and ter Una; Dick Stwvcme ard wife; J. after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday af ter 3rd Mondav In Jnnn Kiinninv fir. she continues: W. Taylorienry Tnffflor.Mem Stovens 3rd Monday In September, Saturday af- . v. "To the woman wlio would keop and daughttera, Winona and Bnmlse - M. C. COAk. TtAnfrnw rilaailn. ..... tr it "uttjr in xeueinoer, I and Laurlne; Undo D"lck Stavens and lm( young, and that is every woman, oniy v1 Februftry. Tuesday after 3rd nnd gihio fnouly my ten comhianidments of wlfeVorna Oalrn, Annie CSidolc Z rpiiAlnv arter wm In AUsmiri J".?uesaay nA. o.j -" i mn lVirvt? rllTiit. Horn and .wife: Jilm Vf,l:. " A. youth. wveuiDer. andafTchr0Inthe They one distilled put of tho exper- Paxtoi and w,ife, and eons, WUUo Pdanl; Wednesday after Srrt Monday In Wednesday after 2ndxrnn.vri. yjoans. The years Rilchtird Ltv, and daughter ience of aixty-aave- n Sadio Hqy, Vlrgio Mulhaul, Biee Mel- Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Novem- havo been crowded with work, llttlo r.Ci- wiith abundant life, brimming on, Horace Taylor and wlfo; ifIIe8l Fordsvllie. Thursday after j2h Bi?J?Jy,,n. February, With zest and joy. They are years Misses iZllian and Fiunh Willlanrs. May' Thursday' after s? wnay Jn Aueust. Thursday after 17, Monday that .h&VB bxin dived, not wxisted.uor after in November. Old Soldiers Tortured. endured. J. li. "For years i suffered unspoaklablo Monday Patton, Ralph, Friday afte? iSd In February, Friday Tto Gncmtoat of Bool?s has a phrase tortur-- from indigoaltion, constipation Monday In May. Friday after 3rd that rumalns pkasantly in my mind. and llvor trowhle." wrote A. K. Smith, a"er 2nd "S" It Is "live mora abundantly". That a war veteran t Erie, Pa, "ibut Dr. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. should be tho desire of every nor- Klng"s Now Llfo Pills fixed mo all C. M. Crowe, Judee; O. B. Likoas.City Attorney; Sam Rtley, Marshal- - Court abunlant-ly- . mal mind. livo llfo more rightv fThf'ro simply gndat." Try convenes second Monday In each month To have an abundance of life one thorn for any stomach, liver or kldno ,;ol"n8 must draw drom llfo uuo graat,ab9orb trouble. Only 25c at all druggist, ni .. T Mew-o- Clerk: S. K. Coi Trpni Council;, h. BaH W. J. may toe1 our img InterositJ it ambiW. M Fair. Pen tion, our work, our family, whatever ,S- - G,e"n- - chairman; It Is It muiit Ibo ttbaarblrig, for so C M. Crowe and Dr. E.D.C. Pendleton? iottg nis you are dejply Intioiwstnd in RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Tor Infants and Children. somotldng you Will remain young. ces o?i' E' 9hurch For myself, my work has always The Kind You Have Always Bought d2v fnVeif everyu arst "n" MM Sun! month. Sunday School oik my grunt passion of been itho one m6eUnB very wednes-ua- y Boars tho conllfo. It has absorbed rove, not &C&M Baptist Church-Sorvi- ces Vtrgll Elsin Pastor every Signature of sumed me. JIark tiho difference. It eyennff. Sunday ?rnins'an Prayer meeting every School has not boon as the flamo to the Wednesday evenlnK. Rev. A Bru destroys, fuel which Holes up and To Ice Users. sSdiy ?ih rc!lrSerS,c,M evcr- - tourth but as tlw oo"an, hearting ceaselessly You are kindly requested to pay Schg 'I? V'm?- - EUiV against tine, shore- - It lias not taken W. your bills, alaody due, at once, or my lir-- , but it has givien inla life. Klnklly call ea supply (will be stopped. I have worked hard, but cnjoylng-ly- . "V on mo and sjtitfe, as I have JHUmef UliUtty acool U:45. Never, even wlum I 'was physical to hun-y- od up. SECRET SOCIETIES. ly exhauaUdd, did my aplrit tain alJ HOOKER WILiUiAIMS, Hartford Lodge No. 675. V. 4 a M my work. A woman's youtlfis in meets first and third Monday nUht Mgr. Hartford Joe Co.. in each month. Owen Hunter, her soul, andniy. sXl'. .Lis always b n 52t2 W.M.. P. Foreman Secretary. wprk. tiiiod wlUi worship for iy ".cjto.uho tnapter M How to make that work finer, strong 2S.UmSSi7 l""a Saturday.KiKhV in Hbsn w. a. er, mono beautiful, has been the pur Hartford Chapter No. 81. O. B. S pose of my llfo, tho supremo oWost, . .....-SArnn.1 01.1 paramount considerations So never Ely's Cream Balm tho ,.?. Mr8- - S. A. Anderson. Vr. M. uiu xzie iinuer b'ecruUiy. It quickly absorbed since I became an aotnass, have I Gives Relief at Once. Pythias, meets every Tuesday nlcht. my first commandment; broken that, c-Ncy FSter' K- It cleanses, Jor r. &Tan' "Havo ono chiaf absorjbinig totero: heals and soothes, protects Hartford' Tent No. 93. K." O. T. M.. in life." tho diseased memthIrd Thursday ? t?V? Wttik,V I havo dono much work, but I havo brane resulting from FvSimo- Commander: L. P. Keeper. Catarrh and drivps enjoyed many plcasunes. I havo had away a Cold Sunshine Hive No. 427 L. O. T M in the meets every first many "llttlo tlntenes's" in lifet to Head quickly. third CCXJCO rnhmont!!. and Attye ariffln.tidy d looep mu from tojcomlng or sturea tho Senses of 01 I faf Ull RewrtKleier18- - LU'a nd,t0. warped. Aly life, as.dtj from my work Tiiata and Smell. Pull sirp HD pig.. ntTlnl". Carpenters and Joiners looal No. 1SB. gists or by mail. Iu liquid form, 75 cents, has hernia, nUrllng succeaslion of fads. Uy Brother, CQ Warren Street, Neyr York. Nnif J!ltSaturday nIeht ln each month : W V' Lu, Sec" ' I ihava painted iploturwi and. hiavo sculp- -' Treas. Acme Lodge No. 339. I. O. O. F.. meets ,' tuned Images. I have ascended dn bal-second and fourth Friday night In each month W R. Hedrlok Noble Grand I have written vstkys, stories, loona t- - M, Uarnett Secretary. my numctlm, won playu. All this Ohio Tribe No. 1SS, Imp. Order Red dnJ)Vimieftf ,co,"' and f0,,rth Wednes. to amiHu me, to ir.ikv.- mo light, to ,ay. nlSat Jn eacn month. Junics C. Ben- of pnaen.t tlat stiuind expreIcui of "" B' 1ate' C"Ie' Recordl oonvjspondlng1 tho face that noflecte Hartford Camp. W. O. AV. No. 302 Con- a train of tl3 mind, as though a plrve wl SQI?,ma.ndcr' Thomas Williams: Clerk, c. Avaiiace. lkvll f. fi .tirui ri wiK ... lirl Ki.ti lin Preston Morton Post No. 4. O. A. R . " else fails. 1 Succeed whtn SMV re.su.',ar ""eeMncs Saturduy before , female was rta.dy to map. what af ono fad ,n netV0U8 BrostraJon t. month. ro?.i Min.Mo,3ay J" sucoddd another? Commander; J. M. Rocers, weaknesses they are the supreme servo their remedy, as thousands have testified. iUy or tthkj wwk punpoia- for itlie A. S. of E. thrj mOnitU, of Malaii.g ,uo plajful so'fi FOR KIPNEY, LIVER AND lumrk. II M . STOJWACH TROUBLE thai. m mtiv h.trj- - dn lip 9 National Officers: . - - - -- - . . . PresldentM. F. Sharp, Narrews, ry. tiii lnntm-fimi.. i,,ii,. n,A xvvrii tnl 'J " w tn Best meiMcino ever sold Vice Presldent-- J. u. Vfvotlts. over a druggist's counter. Seuretary-Treasurer-otV.KV -"e.il Mir-e- tt and adjotelng eountka. and Ortoiirml Pfjftotio r 0. M. jirofeion In ( Comnkjfll ,' I, iJa u 'j ohlftftT r.fc Spooklty. ' a, 'i&5ai Baixitt BARNETT fj. K?H9f "?' fc SMITH, arlhe non-oaso- Attorneys at Law, HARTFORD, Vvlll KY. o Bpeoialtles. ing. practlee their profession in all tk courts of Ohio and adjoining col . ties and Court of Appeals'. 8p i attention given to alt buslnr rusted to their care. Collections ai.u the Practice of Criminal and Real Estate Law e. Office in Republican build- le-py- . Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, - KY. practice his profession In flrhl and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Ce lections a Specialty. Office ln the He-al- d Will building. FRANK L. FELIX, xtZ-ZZ- ovor-flowln- tg ' t'li" YANOYL.MOSLEY, iJhiffinroSr' Attorney !....' at Law i Mty, a $aUVoeray HARTFORD, - KY. . Will practice his profession In all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Also Notary Public. Office over First National Bank. JOHN D. WILSON crus. m. cnowB WILSON & CROWE HARTFORD, - KY. i practice their profession In aM Will tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections. Office on Main St., opposite Court House, j tit S f LAWYERS CASTORIA xrWSSSFlT' South-Servi- ;vnye5 J. NEY FOSTER Notary public -' All , Ohio County HARTFORD, HY. K tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A SPECIALTY. rOTTOCMARTLV S. P. McKENNHT Jrfatters Giyen Prompt Atten- AJSSSfif CATARRH &A?l&r Jr$ Martin & McKeoeej t Hartford, Ky. Life, Accident, SicK General Insurance and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. Re-fJA- V ono-sido- Hi " - 1 Electric Bitters " THi-e- - oil i ,ch Ash-Adj- McCAIX PATTERNS Celebrated for style, perfect fit, Iraplftitr n relUblllljr nearly 49 years. Sold In nearly every city and town in Mm United States atoU Ciniila, or by mail direct. More (old lha;n any otlier make. Send Ur llee catalortfrt. v bej tho tdvivrii, Js thi soliitjmid f llfrf. I was but 18" when I first recognize the need Df my third cammaudment. I aajW women in any homo cinskj aj old .before outalde who wwre thsy worn 30, becnuao tlwy w?ru car gro-iiL'f- -- dU-gai- WwvAJkf I A ' 4 rying burduna (tlimt wre unnociSiary tftixa willing out iibulr liw dn a babthj with or for di'huga that didn't ma'itor. I duaLdod that thjiv are only a few things that count for muchand that thxy count ter go muoh that slighter things whuuld WKt oi.rtsr into tho sum. For liiBfano I dna'x'k-- itl'tiit it wus pivHnlnently iwur'Bi whllo to me to booomo a euooa4-fu-l aotnms. That I Mtis tlui giuit . tt'oritaJ of any Ufl docldjJ. that Jn be hapi,j iiiwat not only havo jmy wxjik, Ibut I rguat tovo that Ja?eMt fcn life wtJpjf I.nanvs from loving and oo.ng l'jv5d. Thfo wwre iccicnffn'tj, ami duaJnk thorn much I, of course, a cunod thsn. Tliat h Ww iUvt, of minds. Wo gut wliiat wa wnnt ilf wo wiirii it oivansh. Ttiroforo filnd itlio o.s.i)'4'nl. In life and adhery to it, casting the'Honrcs- aenjjlols fican your llf, far fjfMy "' Atwonb itime ard count ifor, rtvught Make 'frdenda, many friondAtako aa InsHvcwt in thu'r 1iIm andTkwP 'jSionj awiiwllmUug tivnuno'ily ahsut you, Uio!r Joys and srrowtiBejottofave ' Ms biw iTmnlilneUl. W TsVs.Aa Mention tMs Psptr. Write MWSMVWVwAMAMtAAWVWt SENL 10 CENTS I luU UU TIllOU . toftHWf wim r tig fJAUJ1A&Xs7 to-dm-y; ciuunucri BMbk, liTancitefi ut 1 It kltwta t TmIUm. lbs flDMtt Trlf7 ffJendld l O.k. I bM SPECIAL OFFEI ' AtrUlwUl U VnlU make you our twcxurssEi SEEDS SUCCEED I Nir iruiaiiiMi Blrw. !. icMunii m . H. W. BmUMp I3M .boob. jisk tsumiiu n eejsjnsv. rsmiiisv. tu. run. "WltSm. i wamKBm X . -- B. Xumv, dlunapolls, Ind. State Ofneets.- rnan. Carrell county, lh ' a .Barre. Henderson ceusty rice I'rosldent. S. B. ltobertbon, McLean county. s. 0. P. Roemer, Warren county, State Organizer, .. A1,en(, Henry county, and Lat-tl- e Craves, Allen county. Assistant state organizers. Board of Directors. Ben Watson, Warren county; C. M. Burnett. Ohio coun-ly,U. BrookB, Bracken county; R. E. 1. Ray. Hardin county, and J. F. Doss, Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officers: L. Stovons, Pres.. Beaver Dam.Ky, Honry Pirtle, Sec. Hartford, Ky. D. Ford. Treas., Hartford, Ky. COUNTy BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach. Chairman, Ilartford.Ky. 1. L. D. Tichenor, Hartford. IL F, D. No, 6. 2. K. C. Hartford. Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. S. Jfattvrson. Olaton, Ky. j. B. I Alford, White Run. Ky. 6. Richard l'lumer. Taylor Mlrtes.Ky, . J. L. Brown, Ilockport, Ky, 8. McCALL'S MAGAZINE Jlore aubtarlbers than any othet fatMoav maiarim inlllloji a moiitb. Inaltiab1e. Lat.1 atylet. patterns, arctsmakmev millinery, lain evln(f, fancy ticedlevrotltJialrdrcJitpK'. guod ttorlet, etc. Only tQ certti year (lTorta double), Inoludlng a lrc; paUern. Subscribe today, or lend for sample copy. ckujuette,. JF. e't ' -- J' Pr. See.-Trea- WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to A l'oilal brings premium catatogu HC ..cCt and new cash prize offers. Address KcCALL C0 S3 te :S W. 57th SL. NEW Y0BK rnt. a I Cleaned s Pressed Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 " j HAVE YOUR SUITS -. y - ftusmessrI&nmrstinat?t0fi' . i. lN$$l eZ?. 7& ewv 4rtgssiyesj??(fTsAj ' S7i0r-Mixif- ec3n ''Posit ons' tPUNTtfVL -- j V . j0wfrst4y,GWM&fJf&4cJJJ .AWK,"-- " jOowAfog GeerjyJ: qt? ,2r. .r jJ50A month. ph mm 2aw! rAt j J Hartford Pressing Club. Y. M. C.A. BLDQ., HARTFORD, KY i t. Mm iy: dssa l& SMMSISSMM M HTslT II ton Facts fortittWeak Women rtiM'tMtfcfl NOTED ACTRESS IS SUING FOR DIVORCE Ethel Barrymorc Wants to Quit Young Millionaire creryttar mm el Hm "T e( M kkMM el wetaen ItAxh tews tkrangemeiit or die erfftM dtataetif ienlaJae. Swell tiekaeM na be cured U eurod V Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription It Makes Tt aeta direetly on the organs effected and Is at the same timo a general restore TTtire tonio lor the whole system. It cures female complaint right in the privacy ot home. It makes unnecessary the disagreeable questioning, examinations and leeet treatment so universally insisted upon by doctors, and so abhorrent to every modest woman. We shall not particularize here as to the symptoms ol those peouliar affections incident to women, but those wanting fuH information as to their symptoms and Mess ol positive cure are referred to the People's Com raon Sense Medical Adviser 1003 page, newly revised Edition, sent free on receipt ol 21 one-ceead stamps to cover cost ol mailing onlj; or, in cloth bmdiag lor 31 stamps. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. nt Weak Women Strong, Sick Women Well. Los Angolos, Oal., July 10. BDhol BaTrymano, ttw actress, who te flaying 'horo, look stops today to buo In (L. New York Monday for dlvorco firoon RuEBell Grtewold Cott, a young ito whom she was mar- rtod lorn than two years ago- - itha papons iworo takn East tonight by a spuolal agonit, .prtsurniably from her lawyers' lf(lv, and aro to bo filled lmimwltotoly 'Upon hla arrival In Go- - jK ttaan. A single SPEED is Straight-lin- e, key-fpr-eyery-character Grounds allcgl arc statutory mod tho name ol a promlmont Now York too before-aookity woman Is brought Into oomplalmlt. Wjsb Danrj-mor- tihat our .beiets wme noi y couijj nna at HiSt paji.i of anger, lo yos Jus: piMi.iu.g fo. ww, aad wlwn ovoijitiLdng was r.oy, yoa Jiat Ilretldiecit WlUiam MolCinlay itiuck Spain botwoon tLj jneB until alio saw elans, and after U was all ovor, ht.s (0.nl had all dlsappeanud Mid all tho world recog nized fh&n as a gava: sbaturaan. "McKInlcy was .net bravo In com manding cdwiB moroly, .but when he ho wbb on tho babtlotiuM hlmsolf, proved hknsolf a ho.x. At itho .bajtlo of AatAetHm, Praaldenit RuthoiKord B. Hays atwis us UjIs record ot young MoKUntey. The battle began at m4'lhout brtnkllant thio mon mxoit Into the ftglit ithat lasted un;ll aftor Ttho situation aunsot. was eorloug, tho Jnien would soon surrender from AJdhauatfon, llio commlasary depart- mwnt was to cliorgo of McKlnloy. Ho paasvd airder Clro and served ovory man .his ibneakfast with his own hand, a thing iwftlch Mr. Hoys says niovor was dono In ithe hlsitory of tho .world amA WWW tfce iu th For Sale to oMaln iKtrau. ti n.1 nuuka, I . IM ALL COUNTRirS I flviith WtuUnglcH tatn timt iJnisJeI. n, iHnaiiw rx.Ar.urn. frf rDorL I IT And far . . rbor IL dmwIiM Free l PROC, Real Estate! SO Aorea of tho finest Rough river bottom land located three miles weat of Hartford. About 20 acres In cultivation. Good dwelling and out build lngs. A bargain for $1,250. BuxUre en mt raimu tnonrr an P j lent (u Iafr!ngment Prictlu Eiclotlnly. Writ oi nm mi us mi 111 Bloth Si mI. tpp. UatU4 tutu ttUa OfflM.I WASHINGTON, D. C. day-llgh- it, 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE We havo 1C0 acres of flno bottoea land from ono and a half to two miles of Hartford, part of It wit Umber. Also about 75 acres of upland belonging to the earns tract. Terms easy. story frame A now ono and one-ha- lf building with fivo rooms and large recptieon hall, built out of the best Situated on Clay selected material. and Frcdrlca streete, Hartford, Ky. Lot 60x205 foet Fine well of eot water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. Good nlno room two story dwelling In Centcrtown, Ky., has good cistern, good cellar, never falling well of water, good stable, and other out buildings, ono aero lot of ground. A Uplendld location for family residence and hotel, price and torms reasonable. Apply to BAItNETT & FOSTErt. Agonts, Hartford, Ky. motion is quicker to make Wian two. a hero when It mas inijocB- twlio la a guest at airy io provo true to his .word. In tho Hotol Hollywood, In. tho foothills, 1888 no could liavo had ihw Ropujbll- wMlo flUiaig an oagagomonit at tho can inomilnation for the Presidency,' has unalntairted tho convemMon wemt wild for Mm, Mason secrecy regarding tor proposed action he arose In itho storm of applauso an Today, In company with Miss Dnow, said ho liad plxlged this taipport to a daughter of John Draw, tho actor, Mr. ShiniaTi, and tint urador no con- 'MIo wias opera-house, TrtAoc Marks DE8I0N8 COPYRIQHTS &C. Ajirone icndlni tlittrh and dcicrlptlnn but Qaleklr uoertAln our opinion fr wnthr so Inrentlon Uprobnbtf rot?nlM. HANDBOOK oni'atentt . IB.it frM. Oldest (ftencr for ACo.icelT rtenta Uktn throuih Mann th tftcial notUt, wllhout ohree, In iecunng-cattnti- handiometr I11iitrtd wteklr. Ttrntt circulation of anr irlentiao Journal. Termi, 11 a j oar: four monthi, L Bold bj all retidtalera, A Scientific American, MUNN&Cojb- New -tWaihlogton, York D. C. needed to Only one motion make any character desired on the complete, keyboard of the easy action light running Model 0 1 mkgg Sunn Write lot information to The Smith Premier' Typewriter Company, Inc: went by autaniabllo Uo anobgcuro and notary public In tho suburbs made proper affidavits to itho logal dtxumenita In dbe case. d sho aslts a propyr- It dts of ty sottloment from liwr 'husband $230,000 oa ibohalf of horself and yoar old child. Thto marriage of Miss Barrjunoro to Oolt, iwho Is itho saui of Pomoroy Colt, man of millions, was tho oulmlnation. of a long s'ge laM .by tho young man. Ho had sown much wild Oats, of It appears from rtho Btatament tbo "wife's close frlonds, but Jilsinar-rdaig- o to tba beautJIul aotnoss wasex-rwoto- d to as a ohjok. Inatead, .they aaaait, ho contlniuod, and the noiso he mado oviaclM.ld tho ears of John nrow and Jack Barry- more, Iher .brdth'ar. A XlJimlly council and a deturardna-tlo- n to gdt rid of Oolt appoars tx be tho result. slug und-ardjao- at ... ST. L0UIS.M0. itgfcaa "Neither my sister nor inyself might bo living today, If It had not been for writes Dr. Kim's Ntjw Discovery" A. D. iMcDocald, of iPayoitovllle, N. C. H. P. D. 'No. 8. "for we Iboth had frightful coughs that no other romody could help. Wo .wro told my els ter 'had consumption. Sho was ivory weak and had night (sweats (but your Saves Two Lives. FStentS Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers Cook on patents. "Hints to inventors." "Inventions nee3ed." "Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model for search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Greeley, was formerly. Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such had full charge.of the U. S. Patent Office. GREELE7&M9INTM l INCORPORATED WASHINGTON, D. C. tfm 9UR CLUBBING RATES. $1.35 Ebpublican and Louisville Herald 1.60 &The Republican and Courier-Journ1.76 knmts Republican and St. Louis 1.26 Home and Farm The Republican and 1.76 Thh Republican and 3.25 Republican and Louisville Daily Herald The 3.25 The republican and If&uy uwenBOoro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 Republican and The 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 vThe The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, .. . , 1.50 fPm "RwmniT.Tr'A v nnrl WphIcIv Tntnr Onpn.n n.nd Furniflr SI. 25 -o.u ..v. V""v j t a al Globe-Democr- fe at Twice-a-Wee- ! ? THE REPUBLICAN. Address all orders to Draughon gives contracts, backed by chain of 30 Colleges, $300,000.0 .capital, and 19 years' succe, to mcut positions under reasonable con ditioiw or refund tuition. Draughon s competitors, by iriTRITPITV f his propoeition.concede that henot accepting JTk 111 teaches more bookkeeping in three months than they do in six. Draughon can convince you. A 1MTI 75 per cent of the United States Court 'Report-- , 1 ers write the system of Shorthand Draughon A 1 11 telchee, becaiw they know it is THE BEST. For FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet "Why Learn Telegraphy?" , which explain all, call on or write JOHN F. DRAUGHON, President. Good Positions v DRAUGHOtt'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE, ltWUATJ EVAN8VILLB. Itlin AEEF DW CHflDTH All Oil v APUCAM, NASHVILLE, ST. LOUIS, SWUNCniLD, MMIPHU wonderful medicine completely cured usad us ibobh. 'ICs tho .best ,1 over or hiiard of." For eoro lungg.coughs, Afraid to Stay Alone. colds, haemorrhage, lagrlpe, asthma, Cherry Valley, Ark. Mrs. Carrie hay toner, cough, whooping cougb,-rMooro of this place says, 'I was Biinrome. all bronohlal troubles,-4- ts afraid to 6tay by myself. I had COc and $1.00. Trial bottle free. my m headache nearly all tho time; Guaranteed 'by all druggists. heart would palpitate, and ray vitali1 would lie William McKinley's Character ty was very low. When hopo of livdown, at night, I had no Extolle in Eloquent Sermon. ing uutllday. I tried Cardui, and now Grand Rapids, iMldh., July 9. The I feel bettor than I havo for 5 years. llfio, (woi-Jand charaotor ).' Prosildmt I cannot prtalso Cardui enough for WiUl'aim MoICinli y ww extolled n a what It did." Aro you a woman? sormon hero at itho Trlwlty MosJiod'Bt Do you need "a tonic? Try Cardui, th Itho woman's tonic. Eplscsipal ohurcli by tha iastar, Vour druggist sell spoko it. ItdW Russiell II .BtVacjy, who Al tho thunxi "Tli-- Man With an Un seen scptar, Wiil'iiam MoIClnley."' that "Tliono Is a oorlain lvjsixsat to our ipeoplo Bhcnld leaa-- .to jiay Grow Buckbee's "Full ol our rulers," feald H.h Rev. Mr. Bixhdy. Pedigreed Seeds have a Life" Northern years reputation of jS successful seed "lllila la ithe cirtcoai ago, itho Pj'osI- - plant the best. growing behind them. It pa) s t ., dorjt and .tlhie Gowrnor do 'ncit oaoapo. Seasonable Specialties: BEANS Many of tlio cartoons of our Preal- Earliest Red Valentine . . $3 50 Bushel Refugee Extra Early . . j Bushel "daat and Govijmor tJesltroys tho ro-New btringless Green Pod . Jj.70 Busbel Hpoat of the younger genura'iO'n for Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax U so Bushel Davis New White Wax . . $4.75 Bushel tho dignity of govunnmont. Currie's Rust Proof Wax . fe 5 Bushel PBA3 "Wo too ofton think of luhe Piresl- Extra Early Alaaica , . . tiS Bushel New Early Gradus . . . . fa 50 Bushel dont as itho head of tne pollitlcal par Horsford'a Markat Garden . tl 50 Bushel ty that owctod him rather than tno Buckbee's Lightning Express J5.00 Bushel s. Prosldont of tlho p;oplo. Tttio Pnecd- - Lottuce, Radish, Tomato and a full line ol ds your Seeds, Plants and liulb at lowest growing a prices. dont of itho UnliUd Statics list ti Send for complete catalogue or submit and wiliquote prices. Pinoaldont, .wthdthjdr you votod (or hum your requirements the grower Save Money. . Buy direct from MoKliUtiy awayed Write today. Mention this paper. WdUlain or not Invisible Adopter ovor the people an The people of tho South recognized lSWJjjiat.ee St.. Rockford Sera Pints. Rockforl4 him as tli'ilr PtveMeiiit, as tihey tod war. no other Prldunt elnoo ttoo He wftHxl out all stW'j'.oral Mnoa. i 'MIo iswiayd an lnvlaiibio BCvifltnotor tlw liberty c(t Cluba. For many yiciara the Cubana nad sutfoned dire opprosslo but tiliey wioro not qulto strong onout W.H.& J. F.GILLESPIE to tlirow off tho Spanish yotoei, For long ttmo Unclu Sam tot on the tfuneo Proprietors conoernod It seomod. Tho oppression Is not vary great, thougliT.llbJe Mttrld, It a nlaUan twhoae vory oxHtion!cowa In the lntoits of. liberty wouWtteWo no pant (with Cuba. Ono day, wtom tho Maine Mtieanied fatto thk) Havana harbor, the Spaniard emld, 'two (will AND REPAIR WORK teaoh those Yaaiky Ito mind tthiolr own burint.' and booh the roport was 8'jnt teround he mtirld. lhH,t the Maine bia,djboen 0)lawn aip. "Tthe cup twbs now full, Uncle Sam began to climb down from itho ontoe, all the worid hnow iwd.t it meant. Our people wanted ito rush lotto th war. but IVeaUlettt iMeKlolay awiayeid bto boe(tor aaaioet pubHc BMimoBt, asalnst congrMMiwta sad pollwdane. They oalVM Mm a traitor and a cow ard, but he JmWw ttot mv dia oot kve BOuh ewm.w&&m lor one (b- - dltlona could ho accept. fTho sanno Subscribe for The Republican thing moB tnn at itho onid of .tiluj Harrison admlniatra'lon, ho declared that -$1.00 per year. tliie counl'jry owed 4iJm a siecond term liio rofusdd tho honor. andi "Tho AnwiTlcan lwplo lovd Mc Klnloy btoaitfw of l!a dTOtlon ito his POSITIONS GUARANTEED wife. Sho wos an Invalid nearly all of their married life, 'but during his will GUARANTEE you a position If you career as a Coingrogsman and as Gov us real soon. We need many mora at onco to supply tbo enormous demand erned and as l'ro'Jdtint of the Uni for our srraduates. As soon as wo get tbo required numbor or students tbls offer will be withdrawn. 80 ted StaU3 she always .had his iirat wrlto at onco for particulars. devotion, in groat crowds, wlion he )CD was rtiha oentor of aU'naotlon, If she C v wiero prsBemt, lie would look for her to give her a ailuJtlon. Tihero is no gnoatxr eoounklnl en warth than the BUSINESS COIiliEGE man who dvwrta ithe woman ho led mcoiroiATBo QEO. W. HOHWARTZ to tfcie marr.nge alvr "when pain and rsixoirAb disease lay th !r hand3 upon lier and the .betm'ty of h r youth disappears. "Tho swvnld will always ivjnwmber IHUCHT0WH McKinley as a Chria'Jan. His tendermL-Adistrict t V and cihibit a ness for Hie man who shcit liim, his eample Latest Model "Rnncer" bicycle furnished by us. Our ants everywhere art paJ'iLmioe In his Inst days; ilJe bjm imod raaKinjr money last tr rue jorjuu yariuuilrx ana special QEfraz once. W .. HO SIOKHK llKUlilIlUU until you reocivcanctapproieof jour bicycle. v.t.WS to anyone, anywhere in the U. b. without .1 ten: dtfosit In advance, retai freight, and to have an invisible scuptiH' in his allow TUN DAYS rjllOt: XlllALdunns which time loumayride the bicycle and hand when Iw upproaclied dth.whpn nr An nnl WIAh til nut It tnnnvtut lAU wisll. If mil jt, tlirn tint nrfcllv 9tiKh keep the bici do siup it hick to us at our expense and row wilt net ie out one tent. he prayod. "Xcaiier My God to Tho,'' Wc furn'sh the lnnhest trade bicycles it is possible to tnakr CflPTflRV PDIPPQ rflwIUItl rillubtj at one snull proSt above actual factory cost. You save and iwlien too Efcud with his last brwath to $2i middlemen's fronts by huyins direct of us and have the manufacturer's guarantee behind jour bicycle. DO flOT IIUY a bicycle or a pair of tires from anyone 'tt Is not any ways, His will be done at any trice until iou receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of faeter) fricei and remarkable iPecial overt to rider agents. McKlnloy Tlhe power of PruBldont YOU WILL BE ASTONISHED 5HS VS 7SSS teU.S2SS3fiS wa$ not his oloquenoe, nor tots wraith, lewtruet we can make jou this year. Wcsell thehiEhestgradebictclesforleuraonci We are satufied with Si.oo orofit above factorr COIL than anv othrr factor.'. nor Ihls blg stick, but lite gjnltl ness 1I1CYUL.1? DKALlMtH. vou can tell our bicycles under vour own name vlate If our prices. Orders idled the day received. and kiniinVfa and devotion; Ills Inf.i mwt DOUU1B hIJCOND XJANI) HICICLIS. We do net resularly handle second hand bicycles, tmf vas hl3 Christian visible sctpijir usually nave a number on herd taken fn trade by our Chicago retail stores. These we clear oul HaissVr itnmnl tt 9? prices ranging: from $.1 to SK or (910. Descnptive baram lists mailed free. charae'er. Impurtod rolltir tl"fil rnirTCD DDIUfKTC eqmpmcntthoeU kinds at luff tht usual cliafnn and pdaU. pans, reifelrs arW IUAoICK-DHHIMCof all retail frica WE oj WMTELM. ei AGENT! sssssm rerular retail trice then ter Mir. cut la introduce we wilt ullyouasampltpairorf40fashU!ithprJcrf4Ji). The S1.54 8 enc 50 $ HEeSETHORFI PONCTyRE-PROO- F si80 upms HC riiBSEeii sample pair 1 ToiTRoouc,om.r Lm. , '. BbiiHH irMiliI-ot tires is ... sold last year. Over two hundred mousaud pairs now tu use. nrsnRIPTinUi MAdelnnllsircs. ItUUrelv TTi.fcrT;iijmj- - . r isssfr r nssaiBiBiBiBBiBi iagf i ndeasvridtncr. veredurabletmdliuediatide'with a speciJl duality of rubber, vhlch never becomes porous and which closes up small punctures without nllonr. Notice the thick rubber troaJ injc the air to escape, We hare liundreds of letters f roin sjlis "A" and punoturo strips "lif fied customers stating that their tires liaveottlybeeu pumped "13," strip air oat. Sixty thousand pairs HO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS, Tacks or GUuss trill not lot the g" mm., ism I - mm i TfnWmmWmWmmlf i n SEEDS Jj-J- ulna rim and "11, apouceortwicelnawlioleseaou. tu prevent rtm outtlufr. Till given in ordinary tire, the puncture resisting qualities being ou tiro will outlast any other by'ieveral layers of tlrln, specially prepared fabric the make-hOI- fT, IiL.VSl'lO ausl tread. Theregularpriceof these tiresjsji jo per palr.but for i;asy HIDING. .H, r,unnra weave- inaVina soccial factorvnrice to the rider of only St 80 per pair. All orders shipped same day letter Is received. We ship C. O. D. oa ipproval. You do not pay a cent until you !iac examined and found tlrem strictly as represented. WC will allow a cnnil unruuub vi 5 (icr vein uucicuy lUiimiiK 111c i.c G.uu per pwuj II uu You run no risk. In send l'Ul.L UAbll WITH UllUUK and enclose this advertisement. sending us an order as the tires may be returned at Oil It expense if for any reason they are not satisfactory on examination. Wc are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as la a bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run faster, wear better, last longer and look finer than any tire j ou have ever used or seen at any psice. We Lnow that you will oe so wcjl phased that when you want a bicycle you will give s your order. We want you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer. don'tbuy any kind at any price until you send for a pair or .mm mirrrrn ImT tires on approval and tnal at YUU ntmliU friCO Iledgetborn Puncture-l'roo- f Sundry the special Introductory price quoted above: or write for our big Tire andprices. Catalogue which describes and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual h,i afcl.. i n rvntnl tixlav. DO NOT THINK Of 11CY1NG a bicvele or pair of tires from anyone untit OO NOT WAII onlyacosts a postal to learu everything. you know the new and wonderful oilers care making. It niucunum wnrl rnrc t ..... 1 1 J.L AND MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL) All KILL the COUGH WITH -- CURE the LUNGS "4 TRADEMARKJroniiittttilS t.a rtKlaln OOUntTiM- - firtiil .Ma. bsssh..- .THAT PAXiaaTertuwtlnintaorociUy.itOM I H. W. BUCKBEE Dr. King's New Discovery axon. Mo Trial Sottle Free AND ALL TUROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. - GILLESPIE BROS. H " K -- MUUI10 r aOa.D8 pnicR BOHOfi Saventh Street, Q. Send irodel. photo or si etch (or FREC report i ynrr practice. PA8SINQ RircriCNCES. rorff SuR Oulde w uu 1 rniu,uitt mtmi will to QUABANTEED SATISFACIOBYl OB HONEY BEFUNDED. iiKVjiaiera ave Money and Keep ia Style by Reading McCall's Magazine and Using McCall Pattern "aninu tun, O. B LMSMITHING BUCKBKS BULBS SIXCEEOI ' BULBS ' Ladies! . aIAka TtU ft MBAfUMI I C r ftvlal will or 1 SotTak CMAlJk?.i2: VXfcsSrrSkll Mad U bU4 Kw BmIam. toot tomet. BU?MtioMtrmitti nwgey ESPECIAL OFFER;. McC.Il'. MSCAILS HACAIim help tou drrss at a moderate e.tpt'Dioby ku oping ruu. posted on tbo hum fashions lit c!oll-- i aid hJtJ. W c.T Fastilmt l)csli;ns ki e.'t'h Sssi u,--- Alki lr-.ljjv-- "i M..ila.v.lll wyl-Ub- ly I -- " IsUmiI Horseshoeing a Specialty. IVrM tfOy T. FtKl.1! Ppr I Mcatloa this wx U4iJMt.s fl faa J (h r. '" II sa.and Only I i liltHlulJJtuT , . aWllx sNMbaOL wtiMtmii"' PHM 7fDiiirt r r t lluittfllW4.-ik'"l- ll I kt fklav BuLM WBuwosrw, vhsw IlIB MUNHniMW ftftMlfnIwl'lMMsBPMMMflKs.UUUWuMlto " i BWJ LMIMH namMMwwOTTam ..i. Ml sinMUtM BaMrMttttV isMM Uk IUJ fctt lv4 IMI 1A tluU. Is "?" kit. W. W0UM tvfsf, no. twdri J Hartford, - Ky. TREASURE CREST IS SATISFACTION m I UNCOVERED RY ROYS Search for Other Fossewieis of Wilderness Recluse is Begun. A romanco Corty, Mloh., July of tho daja whcai mich of tho SVite aa a wilderness wda of illKlu'gnn brought to ltlvt today when boys of tho South Bond, (Ind.) V. .M. C. A. summer camp, wllo digging a holw for a tlajga'atf, brouglwt up a rusty iron box, ooalainlng pistols', books and dovural docurn'onts. Tho look could not bo opemed, so tho bofltam of tho chxiat was ibrokenv 10. o S3 CJ whv yw Htn fer kw MmA et tek sent yeimptt on a eMatr la front of hold a stattowwy .wMh Mwtd m your htwiri under tho cold mn(or' fhu-cin m nearly an uprigltt poaHilon as Js iraMiMe, jhwI let ths cold wter rim on the- injunad' membreo for neartoo ly an hour. K tlve water gkfts tnmu'iefl, cohl turn it of for a fljw but be sure and kieep tlw hand In tho upright partition, too that Old bloc'i will not run too freely into ithj brulsod portions of fehe finger and discolor it. Cold witer la mai'iuno'a owin lantlsaii)-ti- c WhMio away camping wHjli a iphy sioian and his farolly, nvldsno Oliare ottmny empars 1m a Jovoly pot inllui away from a drug latere, tho doctor ot - UNCLE SAM callsyour attention to a comparative statement of his bank as of March 7, 1911, made to tho comptroller of tho currency, and of same date 1910, which shows an increase of more than 1 t $150,000.00 In One Year March 7, 1910. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts.... Overdrafts .. U. S. Bonds and Premiums Banking House, Furni$ March 7, 1911. First tho dUcovercrfl ftmnd two ty platok of an auclont pafttsrn, in rustvat-in- g xs 'iilllHlBlSiiiiMaflallilllllH j K' CD TEMHAS MONUMENTAL WORKS HARTFORD, cxss&aecaji Thon followed a imotloy collodion, Including a plain gold rlng.appaMntly tho wedding pledge of some irfoqwer brido; a allvor-case- d watoh of Swiss manufaoturo; a email dagger and a rust slalnod hunting dinting books knlfo; loai'ilicr-boufrom 1767 to 1819, among Ohom nBl and blo. "Ohlldron of Uw Abbey," "Book of .Passion." Thero wero bov- of oral school books and a numbor to ponnios bearing daka from 1781 and 1854; samples of silver, lead bod Of flax. nd a thw limling vintuxa of water in many iways. One day a tnon dot of itlw oaonp luad Itho tnlfeCorUino to got lids hand poteocud by hjaWng It cut with tlw fins of n contain fllsh. Whon ho oaaiw to itho dodtor for tfid sm'ollcin his arm was and domomytiiatcd RESOURCHS. 754,763.71 Loans and Discounts ..$ 640.39 Overdrafts U. S. Bonds and Pro- 181,146.53 mUans 897,987.34 708.02 Ml.00i.91 20,900.00 Banking House, i Furat-22,000.- 00 ture and Cosh darkly purple, evon abovo tho elbow. Tho phyolcian (washed tho 'wound lwlth smatl sponges of absonbont cotton aaturatud with cold spring wntMr, and lw also mado him keep ocanpnjssoa mado of absorbcnit cotton and cold waiter ovor tibo iwound, changing tiuim as soon as ithicy Ibacamo nrm for Cnculi ones, tit was ono of the quickest and most stalsfaolbry euros I over witnessed. .. .. .. f 69,850.08 ' Fixtures'.... turo and Fixtures Cash Due froH Bunks (80,466.91 ..- - Due from Banks, and U. S. Tueag. I and 87,183.03 157,033.11 11,115,683.74 U. S. Troas. 97,684.43 178,150.33 $1,268,702.50 r itt-tfo- copipar ono3, arw.iw BsKse B&15 Mews ul -- Paint Lick, Ky. Mrs. Mary Freedating man, of this place, says: "Before I Doods lection of pabblos. back as far as 1739 related to propor-t- y commenced to take Oardul, I sufferQQ at Plymouth, Conn. ed so much from womanly trouble,, I hjs1. and a Faint Lick Sick Lady. LIABILITIES. LIABILITIES. Capital Stocks '.$ 250,,000.00 1 ? 250,000.00 Capital Stock y 6,500.00 Surplus Fund 2,600.00 Surplus Fund 7,916.23 Undivided Profits .. .. 12,694.68 Undivided Profits .. ..,, 180,000.00 Circulation 230,000.00 Circulation Deposits 770,607.82 675,167.51 Dopoalts 11,115,583.74 A col- ?1,268,702.5 Uwlc ata'JvM- - game 18 S,ur--CSsa- a :vT.ss .tonnn3u, when Taylor jdoXuaOud V a aeoro of Alui s 7. to 3T5i who boot Mm ;ruv buy that a "ESgflor Mines Wis not eiitillvl saiiqcSo score, kuml ifcWy nvaid-- j ithwr 4vjbci;g in thy fiftuth intiing, 'wlwnlho cxau$-r- u Mjawlona, so tJJio locals thousflift. aiuIr.fU:U Hartford OBi ot try to iay liU'l. Tli score: ?ivo buid 3E. onj 3rarrd S5i.ii lUnoi III. 458789T 4450040x18 J, A. ainanino: 00010067 Loach, of Doaror - Roy had on her playing cloth- s iSJatontay aCUumon awl mopdd up on IJ KJnwk wiiUi k scuro of 15 to 5. 4SVEBM3 pkiyod at ILaittfund before the EtJbrtfbrd-TaylAllnVs game. or t nnd struck ut 11 man VBBaisnis and Durham togiitUr struck jcxnai. 2 of tho looals. Stu-Doli- !ffiJ.TJ!jR GKTIUNG UP OSontior ar.d nartv-yit STlKAwAI. waro s'ar bat-- r Saturday nf'Viiruon, and all tlie SAisaa wero piouj of tlwm. to (OUo liantfoivl asroca'ilxni, and plays ;oeoi lnll for a follow who liaa not wllifiiO. for yoaru. WSrsU Hlgln it) U arow addition t5 tlio gaino of tow won' cteaXul ConAml CItj- - Sun-ftlij- y itlw Uond3raon Utun CLarUittUlP, 1mn., 6 Vj 5. at fi K only 3 ganujs tuud liavo won S. not lobt a elusU) sauio wkea ija .trt ou hoaiio grouadit. 2lSr To locals liavo lorft tKxii 1iy Starry DiKllpy AValkcr fan tiirte us lw iubi la anoitlw .who HUoa our "doiy" and it oviiry wwk. ivj-ul- at appears itUat Iiouiavlllo, la the iQtanarioui Asocdatlun, has italdon on si. SltUa II fo lioro of la'to, for Aw is jjHitjlap ljttx.r In) itliVi kiat fow gaiuoa. jlSwor Bandorfir, of rviar BViA' .TOaa vcollod to Bkw us S.tturdio: and lio fcolduaiUwt ur bxa AqIBi3 iwm Head Igr ovoiyono In his nJlPraxirliood. 2H& tlianJm. aya lu U foiling CM. Otauular and lias (blood dn bis oyus and for iwauita to fft ft rial gcod ffaniu Lm teem for Saturday uXtitrnouu. Ho hju laaklng an ifXart to fcocuro a. gtniw Xkiavw Uani or llollonry. We bku EfcHPe rHi tbo Jocula .will t to ilay lioUi vlsltoiv (it iui earlj dato for rate do not 1j11oi UiVjy oan iUMt Uw 3Uwala any more. carf atu mandaT" Ztaly 9. 'J W ar st vary (a (Ua comaiunlty ood At tkto witMbff. HMo4.tsg i.te vV Wo."l. A ataaiVU An explanation of tho mystery was found in a Jottor left by tho owner of tho chest, in part as follows: of "Tlhl3 host Is tcho property al-- r. larg' iv jf.t of iJ.m corn' ciop Is formerly of Now Endy Ividlj' dtvnuag.jd on account of Heslltla Thoiuna gland, lator of the Michigan wlldjr- Uk druco'bt. or upa, oj(oving, Stations, CronKsxsll, Ky., no33. A splrjituaiist Mlas Nlrn and my spirit Bblll roams avwr tihoaC Mrs. Xannlo is visiting liAr slstur, lakes in thii full moon seasona,!guaru-in- g RaJf.inty, .dite "wmuIc all my valuable deposited posIjittlo Wanlta Rafforty has been slowly sessions, for Ithey aro many and varwcy bad shb tUa flux but is ied. God gave many wondorful SLCtvls improving. but because of tho great sin .He itook Mr. 0. E. AfcSh.rry and wife, of tlijni all away but ono ilihe least of Central CI y, aw tbo goiests of friends thorn itho turning cC sable stones inand rulativ s hoi this wotIc gold. I have bunted this socrut by Mr. Dill llai'iferty, Pat Norman and to tho body of old Duckwlnig in itho big GMTgu CivUn, n'.tcndfd tho picnic at Horton Saturday. All report a nice swump. Gcd rest my soul. God has filled the icartli with gold. Devils do tto.s was tho (proud not bollevo It, but has Ho not promMiss Dumn Parka guwst f ber iiarjints, Mr. P. T. Parks, ised, "Seek and find?" Tho fibhw heron is wise, and tho nlghlt owl, but of Boavor Dam route 3, last waok. walkid'jh not 'MUb Golda and Ortda Davis are on man 4a an ass, for lie in tho ways of tho m'ost high."' tho sick tfsit this week. A little of tho story of itiho pecuMr. Joj Stewart, Miss Dlnhh Park's, liar old hirmit is known hxjrorGoorgo mud AIlss Chloy ItaEforty, attended Suiuiay ashcol at Haynrs Grovojast Knovils, who lives in a portion of a houso built by Thomas.says that as i Sunday. a boy he recoHocta finding carefully aocreUd collctions of pebbles in the Notice to Tax Payers. Iiousoj It la said tJiat Thomas' jwifo Taxes for 1911 aro now due. Any queermieus ona can pay by calling at tho of- desortod him, and that his became noticeable about tho same time. fice. T. H. BLACK, S. O. C. He roomed the woods, talking to the Most Maddening is the Borrov. ers trees and animals, and ibdllovtd that oortalm Stones ho could tiunsmuto Of all tlio maddening pjoplo in tho into gold. n wiho borrow tilings aivs world wonit-According to ano'toctr latter found tho worut. llioy ana tho shlEbtea In tho box, tlii.ro is anotlner dhost on a on Uiu mnth, iU'osm iwlio 11 vo of hurled on tho island. A map, which oibens, and as Lng as tbey can borj woa among thu oon tents, gave diraw from othwia itbty will nuvor toko rections for finding this chest. The tho troublnj (o acquhie anyHilng Ifor wholo neighborhood is oxcibdd over Uii'jma i V'ea cr to talw care of ,or k3p a search, immediately begun, 'for tho i In oivlor anything. remaining cheats. Samotlmos it v 111 lo found that wo- For summer diarrhoea in children nwn borrow njins ':o uuy. As a, ruw, itiiwj' aro always giva Chamberlain's ColIe.Chol-er- a and Diarrhoea Remedy and caspew bocaus) tlioy ana waatKjrs, ind Uwy'-wilHuiiiih oa radily tho tilings tor oil, and a speody cure is certain. .m they borjvnv, as toay to-alwady de-- a Forvsalo by all druggists. noyod itlutir brv m fclnlngB. Desert Farm for City. raroly Poairlo with "hard hards" amount to anoibhung. B,iwart3of 'trusrt.-ln- g Washington, D. C, July 7. (Tho In impoiitan't rcattwra tbio wxwnan people of tho United States aroettfid-Il- y who. Is XorovMT Hmaahing Uticups, Sale-lo- g doa jilting rtihe country and tho .tho ihanKl'xB off baekots, .tlio heada farm for tho tunmoil nod delights of off iplns, Bcreitctring and cutting tho city and town, according to stabluriUng sclaxws, nitc. Sho tistics rcado public today by the cenliaa aiot tho saving, ir3nrLng InBtlncrt sus bureau. During tho post ten and t1U not know Ihow to look &tar years tfw pcmoentao of ipeuplo Hyyour ln'wiats ony moro olvan. she haa ing rn cities or othor incorporated obango. plaooa of moro ithan 2,500 inhabitants tt Inaufcmoi'ju thins TIim m hi s.stm that Ibulld and eomo increased from 40.5 to 46.3 of tho totliat itoar dan In itbla Mrld, and tal. Twenty years ago only 36.1 per tlicsi wlao oin tal-j- j somnthlng toad cent of tho total population lived In and iniakti it into atonij'Jhirg cod aro such Incorporated places. In classitho onu.4 o cleg to, v it vlco fying tho 1910 census returns the buiBorrowoiu. m a rule, .b long to tdio reau calls that portion of tho popuduatroyJrig claea. They aro shiftless lation in lncorporatod cities or towns and roewta'ly lazy, so th y do not of 2,500 or maro inhabitants urban llloi to 450 u iilw trciubl-- j of think- and tho remainder rural. On this 'baing .bdforJmind a1? to wbuthor tliey-lu- i sis. In 1910, 42,623,383 or 46.3 per thlnigi. cent of tho total, ilvod In unban tertlu llwiy t d ii) jn Ion eomo neigh- ritory and 49,348,883, or 53.7 per bor, w.ooio bralu consjqu-.-ntlhaa to cent, In rural tonrltomy, work for bwt,b. Right in your busiest season when Nthiing is iuoim discouraging, Inyou havo tlio least time to spare you deed, tion to bo a good iprovlder, an are moat likely to take diarrhoea ord-jrliwrsscn, and go to your desk or alu.ilf or cloajt at a contain time. aaid lose several day'ss time, unless yoavo ChamberJaln-- CoHo, Chokir xim3Uiik to find a evitain artleJo.ou- Diarrhoea Remily at hand and ly to Kind It mlsulng booaue Jt has boon homawKxl. or, woraij still, out of take a doto on tho first appearaneo of itho dWase. For sale by all drugworking olun or fcrokio. gists, a Dorruwoiu Hbould b-- a worso ihaei daeouivgi.td; tooy lihould i&n "cut J The Injured Finger. out" otrfinaly from cik-jt- ocquaintanco. Every ono know that dtafiifurMton Luulavlllo Ilkjrald. and sometimes suppuration a&tticnaa Spnalwa roqulro cartful Iruiiaionrt foUojwi tho bruising of tho flngws. Koop q.uIot and apply Chamberlain' Worj Dtllt, at times iia injury Linament free-ly- . It will remoro the to an unripfttly ttngor sail, unorenMi asd quickly restore ths til tha blaekeatog dlsap.ars. parts to a MaMir oondltioi. Now, the Haxt ttens you aquN Tbt (! ky all drujlata. tm. your fJUra la tb door or U j fur-iiitu- was so weak that I was down on my back nearly all tho time. Cardui has dono mo more good than any medicine I ever took In my life." Vou need not bo afraid to tako Cardui. It is no now experiment. Com posed of gentle-actinhenb Ingredi ents, It has been found to safely relieve headache, backache, and similar female troubles. Try It for your A-- fi troubles. g, of the employes in the pot Ftni CI VCJll. of all bank failures are caused by employes bor-7- 7 rowing too much of the bank's capital. NONE" United States NationalJSank can borrow one cent out of that bank. Make the United States National T. Ill your oanKing nome. it wm Joan you money or pay interest on time deposits. 1 . ." r J" DIKELTOKS. E.T.Franks, J. J. J. W. SWEENEY, LAWSON KENO, HENRY WILE, DR. ARETAEUS KIRK. McCullocw.J. T. Griffith, John Tiiixton.C. E. Birk, If Special Train from Hartford to Madisonville July 19, 20,21 & 22, at Excursion Rates Madi-sonyill- e, 1-8 On Account of tie GREAT HOPKINS COUNTY FAIR Train leaves Hartford 8:30 a. m., each day. Returning train leaves 6:05 p. m. Don't forget f he West Kentucky Derby, 1 miles, for Purse of $400, on Wednesday, July 19. lyit?KKKKl!99;ffr SEND YOUR BOY TO MATHENEY & BATTS If Y Vanderbilt Training School ELKTON, KY. A limited select school for boys. Faculty of college-traine- d Our patronage has men. come from several Southern States. Twenty-fou- r different towns in Western Kentucky represented this year. Electric Lights, Steam Heat, vHot and Cold Baths. Extremely healthful location. $1,000.00 recently spent on improvements. NO SALOONS IN THE" TOWN OR COUNTY. Moral surroundings excellent. UNEXCELLED AS A" SCHOOL FOR YOUNG BOYS. Nineteenth Year Begins September 6, 1911 Write for catalogue. Address all communications to Desk "B" FOR BOYS K ; inlir UtfM-SJtr- y H y ad j MATHENEY fc BATTS. iv-su- tan i , j.,i,, NHijQaf-3yv- r; Sa, mmtmmtftmt