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SPEECH OF ACCEPTANCE Yer No.l BUSINESS PROCLAMATION EDITION The Republican Will Send All Over the Country the Story of Hartford's and Ohio County's Wonderful Advantages and Undeveloped Resources WILL REFLECT IN MANY WAYS THE FUTURE PROSPERITY OF THE CITY ANO COUNTY Edition Will Be a Monster One and Will Be Circulated in Every Direction to Advertise Hartford and Ohio County It has always and rulo mud beow Iho (policy of Tho Republican to "Boost" Hnrtiford this Ohio County in. every manner possible, and la keeping with, oldest soiwlces M James M. Rosa Ono of tho two have aacurcd tho Atabaska Tribo last April, and tha coneolldatict papers are ont now for HattrnjssTrilw to Ibe consolidated with Atabaska. In tho entire four years only two members have boon lost by Atabaska Lewis Tribe by death, they bdnsr Johnson ai'd G. D. Gllstrap. Gncat Koapor of Wampum Stratton has the enviable record of instituting seventeen now tribes and rekindling two. ' Tho present officers aro well on to positions and look after the intheir terests of tlw tribo in tjho best possible mannwr. ant was consoHdatod with Of Judge 0'Rear for Gov- ernor. Full Text of Remarkable Ad dress to Republican State Convention. Arald tho wildest enthusiasm Edward Clay O'Rear, of Montgomery county, was nominated by tho Republicans of Kentucky last woek as their, standard bearor in tho campaign of;',1911. Not a voice was raised In pfoteet and not a hand was lifted to stem the tide that made tho distinguished jurist his party's nominee for Governor. The nomination was mado in an O'Rear convention, a coniTwntlon 4n which O'Rear alone was supreme. fPho nomination for Governor was made without tho firing of a gun. There was not oven, a skirmish, or anything that resembled one. Then acceptance. followed his speech of It- - was just such a speech as one would expect (from a man like Judge ORear. Hitting out from tho sTiould-erthe force of each blow resounding through tho hall, he called a spade' a spado, and bo called ,the ene mies of the people the people's ene mies. He contend Iris fine on tho "Third House," and the grafter in politics an his aim was unerring. Ev ery shot hit home and when he flay ed his enemies the big audience shout ed with delight. The uttenances of the noted jurist brought the convention to its foot and caused more cheering than has been heard In many a day iu tho Phoenix Hill, where the mooting was held. . His address in fuU. was as fal lows: JUDGE CREARIS GR&VT iSPBECH. It Is a groat privilege to bo received In this manner by the representatives of two hundred and thirty seven thou sand Republicans of KMMtuoky,and to be Introduced to this audience by my 'friend, the Senator, who, in my judgment, Is tho greatest living Kontuck-ia- n. I am proud to say of liim, that despite tho imachina-tlon- s of the lobby .here Is orw Senator from Kentucky on whoo title there Is no staln.and on whoso record there is no blot. Had this nomination come alone from this convontioni of representative KentucklaiiB, it would have boon a groat honor, but my commission was glvon last Saturday by the people. Tho county conventions wore remarkable In that they were most largtjy at tended of any hold by the Republican party in Kentucky in its hlstory It Is a significant fact ithat 4n tlwso conventions the attendance was greater in tho aggregate than the total Democratic vote cast In tho Stato primary of .that party oa the proceeding Saturday, This interoal of the (people ovincad tho purposo to settle tho questions of tho pending campaign In Ken tucky bo far as they were concerned in such on emphatic manner that no doubt could be left concerning their N The present oflfioers are: Prophet, Oscar Borah. Sachem, Dr. Oscar Allen. Sr. Sagamore, Roscoo Jauws. Jr. So,ramoru. Contland M. Tav- lor. J C. of R. Roscoe Pirtlo. iK.ot W. Pal T. Willis. Tho roster of the membership is as follows: Oscar Allen, J. C. China, J. II. Leach, E. G. Austin, W. C. Douglas, Clyde N. D. Leach, Oscar Allen, Allen, Daroh, George Leach, C. E. Wm. Eichor, Everett Lleach, A J. Booth, C. E. Elliott, Clifford London, Mathias BaizeN. H. Embry, Chester Loach, J. T. Barnes, E. G. Annis.C. B. Idles, Grover Burgess, J. H. Floner Henry Liles, Leslie Borah, L. AV. Galley, Luther Liles, Oscar Bonah, F. T. Loach, Ezra Crowder, J. H. Howard, D. C. F. Leach, Noah Cooper, C. Haven, Stove Martin, J. L. Chlnn, Elda Her, S. E. Mann, Lon Coleman, J. W. Jones, Wm. A. Parks, Thrus-to- n Cowles, E. W. Jackson, RoscoPlr tie, iBort Davis, Rosco James, Boa Patterson, Beoi Dunn, Clarence Plrtle, S. J. punn, Vlrgle Kelfier, Jim Porter, R. D. Douglas, Edgar Kelfer, Ira Plummer, T. Davis, Herman Kahn Charley Porter, G. T. Damilo, Ira Kahn, Everett Phelps, .Guy Ratforty, Cortland M. Taylor, Leslie D. Sande-fu- r, J. W. Taylor, Loland Stewart, Thruston Taylor, Charlio Smith, T. Whde Sfratton, M. M. Tate, T. Ci Stratton,G. W. Taylor, Warran Shields L. B. Wfestorflold,J. T. Shephard.John Wallace, Rcwl Shipley. P. T. Willis, C. W. Stevens. W. A. Wallaco, J. M. Shultz, C. W. Wallace. Cecil Shultz, T. S. Wright, C. M. Swain, Charlla Wilson, Roy Swain, R. I. iSwnin, C. r, E. Sowdiens.Noiblo SowdensA E. Shop-herBirch Shields, George Flom Taylor, F. L. .Taylor. San-defud, s in his line in tho country 'for tho pur pose of Issuing an Industrial, Illustrated, (Historical edition of Hartford and Ohio oounlty. possi(Tho purpose: of this edition will bo to set forth, as concisely as for Hartford ble, tho resources of Ohio County, and the advantages of tho manufacturer, Investor and homesooker. A great many people look upom tiho. cities of our country today as they did fifteen or twenty years ago, and toko mo time to investigat the (present situation, and claims. nst ifavormblo known men -- TO ADVERTISE THE CITY. object of this edition will toe to advertise Hartford and Therefore the Ohio county abroad, to send throughout, the country a truthful account of the advantages which Hartford' and Ohio county have to offer. business Thousands of copies will ibe mailed.oaverins ibaards of trade, commercial clubs, public libraries, etc., In tho coun- men's associations, try. Out of this distribution we have every, reason to toellovo that a certain per cent, of those (reached will be interested In tho country described, and out of this par cent, we feel assured that Hartford and Ohio county will draw new enterprises and receive new citizens. most J No expsnse will bo spared in making this the handsomest and we baspoak tor the comprehensive edition ever Issued la Kentucky, and any pride In Hartford liberal - and hearty support of everybody who has i and Ohio county. Davis, H. M. Liles and Itosco James. 2:15, Address Importance of Rural Sohool Improvement, 'H. H. Oherry, Normal, President Kentucky 3tate Bowling Gnoen, Ky. 2:45. AddiKSS Back to the Farm, ' Ozna Shultz. i RED MEN WILL HAVE PIC-NI- C At Cromwell Saturday will be a BlET "I - One. .Education, W. S. iTaylor, Member of Faculty of Kon- 'tucky State Normal, Bowling Green. ; Closing Remarks E. W. Jackson. 3:15, Addnoas t ft f No tribe of the Improved Order cif Red Men in tho Reservation of Kened Brief Sketch of Ata tucky has made a mono phenomenal baska Tribe No. 256. growth In proportion to the population of the county thaa has Atabaska , annual Red Men's Ple- Tribe No. 25G, of CromlwelU Tho third On May 9, 1907 Oils Tribe was or- nty iiniUr thm lliwMon. nf by T. Wado. Stratton, wheat Tribe No. 256, of Cromwell will be Bmo at time was a member of Ohio held one mile east elf that place on ? lodB? the Beaver Dam and Morgantowu Tribo4 r' M,uftBB" twenty-on- e noad, Saturday. This occasion prom- charter Hartford, has isea to bo the best over been given by this eatonprislg f011"' J' L Arrangements lodge of Red Men, ' for good music, ana '" akhavo been made )"3 ? tho following program has been I . ... . raado: , - ,., tvjumoc. j. u. jiiivcua, or, J. C. Stratton. J. E. PorH. Daniel, T. ter, Bon Dunn, Elvis Bunden, Oscar Warren Allen, T. Wado Stratton, Shields and N. H. Embry. The first officers elooted at the lntututIoni of Atabaska Trlbo were: iProphot, T. Wado Sfrattou. Saohem, Warren Shields. Br. Sagamore, O, C. Amos. Jr. Sagamore. Harrison Ftoer, C. of R., Dr. Oscar Allen. PROGRAM. K. of W., S. J. Duan. Welcome address, T. 3:00 a. m. C. Of W. Charloa Btemons. Wada Stratton, Great Koopor of Warn (Waen the Tribe was first organized pum. 9:15 Response V, M. Swift, Depu- there wmro many dltteultloa that but the charter members, ty .Great Sachem. they put thalr shoulders to thowfhfcel Music. 9:30 Address Fratorn&Msm J. Noy and all worked together, and today Pouter and Otto O. Martin, of Ohio they have a strong lodge in anemfberblacking shlp, and a fine financial 188, Hartford. Ky.i Trtt, No. A J. and money la th Wampum (belt all 19;15, AaMsBSS Freedom, Sachem, Win - .the tkne. Bratefeer, Deputy Ores tdpe Tribe, No,282, Welcome, Ky, i f At the tost session of the Great 10;46, Address Frlwetobtp, Elmone Council of Kentucky, .witch wasbld Bdlffir. Moraaatown. mHber Judl- - at Oweaaboro last May this Tribe of was signally boaorert (whoni PastSaohe atary omralttea Geat Council T- - 'Wade as traMon was leoted KMMuoky, Kea-of Wampum of CUaplty B. W. Oreat 11:16, IkrlQft Trtbe.Mor tuoky, In the face of gnat oposlUon. NJ. Past Alo at the .snw Past Sachem Ros-eo- e Bfftatown, Ky". Jlaj-am- k Plrtle, of AtaiUwka IMiula Ijcrft, No. 366 as eleutdd I 31:46, DlBKer. CwmIjt, Of eat Guard of the Jjslt of the IIn&kifs I'M Atldrirn. W, A, fiuhw Great GouaaU of Kwrfueiy. Cottaell of KWtweky. of Mt. Pleas Ns. 310, Uaoah Tr A. H. 9wMwr, T. twl: I I Splendid 'Arrangements Complet- - history op atabaska tribe I J- mra " -v- "h " Do"f' VT -- T. WADE STRATTON, Great Keeper of Wampum. Mark Twain Left Nearly $500,000. punposo. eon-front- ed Now Yonk, July 17. Mark Twain loft actual proptirty (worth $471,130. An appraisal of his estate, filod with tho Surrbgat today, itocoa this value oa socurtllos and real estato tiho husurmorist iboqucatbed to Ibis only viving child1, Mrs. Gabrllowitsoh.when he dlod on April 21, 1910. Mr. Ckmeos left no real estate In Naw-Y-eThe value Tiiia estate iiere was ?296,74G, does not Include a trainJt full of ananr usoripts, the value of wlUcJi. is not specified Ux the appraisal. Tho largea Item In this, schedule te 50 shares cif the Mark Twain Company, valued at k.- WHY HE BECAME A CANDIDATE. i folding an office now of powior and dignity, conferred toy tho unanimous voice of a great constituency, I was loath to enter the political arena. My office was ono that apealed peculiarly to any tosto. Theno is yot left of tho present term about five and one-ha- lf yeans. The Insistence of tho public that I should ibecome a candidate for the office of Governor was such, that I felt that I could, not honorably declino.lt; hence I became u, candidate. I announced tho policies upon which that candidacy was pitched, and from that time until now they havobeen passed ujjon pu-bjj- $800,000. attention. ., iV Add, fecli Ker You Need Stationary. NoWilng gives an Individual or a ftam standing (a th. ibuskwss world Uke nice stationary aeatly printed. The Job IVkkttog Deiiartinvnt of The Hanttord RuHibWoaa lwm9 fofinwlwiittly ou baad a Maa lias of lttriieads, moteUcadB, Htaoada gtatetteHts and eavelopw, both ikum aad eoBUner- etel, papr, (Artte,Uoa awl satelegos wek. Give us u Mai. You wM .be pVwkkI. TijAotw 1M'. 1- -8 vu tyiwkr The response in tho county conventions Is significant da that It Indicates the popular Interests as wol) as the popular approval of thorn. I declared in tho beginning of the canivass, and repeat it now, that I would not run on any kind of a platform, but tliat tho roprosonting platform must be one progressiva State policies, dealing with tha questions of jtho day and tending to eUtwr and better Stato I, indeed, am tgted that the ponUo- - Qwt. man who resented my name to this iof tho tutuno before our cyos, but 1 any fried, covotlo, Bur- - cannot. I merely know that bohlad Scator am, laid mora stress upon tho poli- mo are strong and determined peocies for which I have stood in this ple; beforwmo a plain. and sacrod campaign than upon personal eulogy. duty; the lasuo is v.ith God. The ipoO-p- le That Is as it should have boon. aro la earnest. They are aroused. CONTEST HAS BEEN VICIOUS. Their Institutions are In danger. Their You will wltmes that this content courage, I am sure, will be equal te has boon a bitter ono; that those in- tho domod3 of the hour. terests whoso banraful lnfluenco has It is customary on 'such occasions' to been systematically txortod upon, tho exporas gratitude for tho lienor conLegislature of Kentucky for tho last ferred In Buch a nomination as this'. twcnity-fiv- o years were aroused by the I am unablj to express to you tia attacks mado upon th-jsupposod se- sense of obligation which I fool to curity. They ware alonncd at the you for this honor, and tho solemn prospect of being djitlironed. They duty impos.d upon mo, and much wore unwilling ,to yield tiielr; approval moro am I unable to expnetss my grati tif the domination of tho policies of tudo to tho great constituency whldi Kentuoky. Hence they fought, and sent you here. fought bitterly. It can only (bo oxipressjd by a camThey aligned in olubs paign In ko'plng with the njanonsibU-Itlo- s and adopted tho slogan of "Anything imposed toy the great issues beto Beat 0'Rea.r.'" Tlity adopted tlwdr fore the State, and, If elected to thin familiar and hitherto successful tac- high office, by the .poople, .by a faithtics of corrupting selections by endeav- ful and exact execution of tho pledge oring to corrupt tho county conven- which you and I this day give ihem. tions In Kentucky. They lost overwhelmingly and tihedrj djfeat Is a tribADABURG. ute to tho virtue and the patriotism July 17. Crops aro looking fine of Kentuoky Republicana. slnco tho rains. It has so long (been customary for Sovenal from here attended tho all such intertfits to got behind tho can- day services at Ralph Sunday. didacy of and oven deSohool at this placo 'began Monday serving gentlemen, and as a matter of with Miss Lula Mtdkift toachor. cours3, itwas applied In this Instance Mr. Eugene Wedding, who has been also. traveling for the past' month return Notwithstanding tho overwhelming ed home Wednesday. majority indicated in the returns fla Mr. Tom Hamilton went to Harttor voring this nomination, they hare .not on 'business Thursday. quit the fight They are stdll present Misses Bertha and Ester Cambron in this convention, Intending, if pos- spent Saturday night and Sunday sible to attempt iby old and Ifamdllar with Miss iMlnnio Baughn. practices to products by indiruction Miss Nora Leisure, of Henderson, is what they could not otherwise main- visiting her aunt, Mrs.' Sis Wade. tain. iMrs. Tom Illckony and daughter, Tho liquor Interest must not con Gertdudcot Whltesville.who has boon trol the Legislature of this State. visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hosea Shown of this plaae, returmod homo NOMINEE FOR iLIEUTENANT Sunday. M1S3 Davie Greer, who has boaiv Now, I want ito say to this conven visiting relatives in Owenaboro, retion that you should nominato. a candidate for Lieutenant Governor on turned homo Saturday, . tills ticket who is consistent dn his be Miss Flosisio Earloy spent Sunday lief and character wiltih the head of afternoon with Miss Llzzlo Wade. Thoro ore many papers distributed tho ticket, Ono who sincerely tho principles dxslaned in through the land, but thero Is none in your platform. Wo cannot compro moro interesting than The Republi mise. I do not name a candidate for can. this office, but I urge that no man Notice to Tax Payers. should he named whom the (liquor lobTaxes for 1911 aro now due. Any by is for. Tho liquor question involved iii tills one can pay by calling at the ofT. H. BLACK. S. O. C. campaign is not whether Ultra shall fice. bo State-wid- e prohibition, nor is it RENDER. to out-la- w Ob tho liquor business July IS. Miss Bertiin Kendall went such. It is.shall tho Constitution prevail as to this business; and shall the to Beaver Dam last Wednesday. Mr. Tom Downey Wunt to Central lobby maintained by tho brewers and City last Wednesday. liquor Interests certain otlier and their allies too compelled to take tiielr (Messrs, James Mitchell and Marvin. hands out of tho policies of Kentucky Warner were in Rock port last Thursday. LAW AND ORDER IN KENTUCKY Mr. Chas L. Willard went .to Cen Among tine methods employed to tral Oity, last Tliundayi discredit the fight toolng mado upon tMiss Wlllyo Harris left for Daweoit corruption in policies and tho legisla- Springs last thursday whoro i aha tion in this Stato, It has b2en ass?rt-e- d will ibe gone for a Avoak or ten by the enemies of my candidacy days. I wa3 in sympathy with the lawthat 'Mrs. Mary Williams, Mt Echols, vas lessness which recently beaut KenThursday and Friday tbj liero tucky for a season. Let me state my guest last of her brother, Mr. J C. Harposition: vey. I concur heartily and unreservedly iMr. Thomas Russoll wnt to CUi- in the expression in the platform on tral City, Friday. tho subjoct of lawlessness and Mr. II. P. Elliott, of, Louisville, was There can bo no compro- hero Friday. , r i mise with crime; there can bo no Mr. R. F. (Baize spent Friday and with a mob with anarchy, Saturday ln Suanydale. whether rampant or incipient. If I am Mr. Geo. B. Stephens, of. Central Kentucky law aa elected Governor of Clty,t was here Friday and Saturday older will ba maintained. the. guest of his brother, Simon. Should a mob arise it will be supMrs. Davu Duke went to Belter Dani pressed with, tin power of tho Jaw. A Saturday. Ibo used means afforded by law will Miss Maude Willard spent Saturday to tho utmost to present a unab, and In iBaaver Dam. those engaged in it shall, if possible 'Mr. Simon Jones" spent Saturday bo apprehended and brought to , the ,. and Sunday in Central CUy- -. bar of justice to too dealt with toy the Rov. J. W. Bruuer, of Hartfard.fill- courts of tho land. od his regular apolniuwnt. hare SatBut I would mot stop tho matter urday and Sunday, there. I am In favor of going further Mrs Simon Jones went toi Central back to dJaoovor the cause of disorder (that City yesterday. Kontuuky, and to remove In (Mrs.. J. L. and Mrs. Ed Burton causa If It should .bo found thai, the and Herman Render and MJsscu Jen trusts, which have fattened off the poor and .been made richer iby the nie Cargal and Katyo Dean wara la wll-to-d- o, taking tribute from all In Beaver Dam yesterday. . Mr. S. S. Hoover, of New Albany, Kentucky, are back of tfioao disorders, Ind,, and Mr. Hywcl Davis, of Louisthen this cause must also toe tneatod under tho laws of criminality and must ville, wero hero yesterday. Mr, W, S. Vlck, of Owensboro, and ba punished with as much ho verity certainty as the disorders which Mr. Carl Neighbors, of Beaver Dam, and wero hero It produces. Messrs. Alva Wade and Wm. nar- A HARD FIGHT AHEAD. y of Hartford, were hero dln, I heartily Indorse every provision, cl hto guests of Mr. J. II. Ilurdla, your platform. Eloquent Kontlomen Mlhs Magio Rood, of llwrin, III, who have spoke before me in this Is hero .at this .writing, the gutwt of convention have drawn a bright picture her grandmother, Mrs. Juno Gw7iu of prospects in November. Do not bo docelvied Iby the exuberance of this For summer diarrhoea in caQdren occasion. The lotoroste o firmly en- always give Qtuunborteki'ls CoUChol-cr- a trenched la Kentucky .will not yluld and Diarrhoea Reraetir and castor oil, owl a Hpoedy oinVls "wrtUu. without another .bitter fight. w I wish I could paiat tho mysteries For aale by all druggMa. lr anti-O'Roar resp-jctablo GOV-'BRNO- R. es mob-violenc- ecom-promi- sa j to-da- to-da- 'rw-;,f!W- " H.ituo d Rcri.uoiio n. AKonMaR to to Hftttferd, Kr., MmaH Hot-ers-J and jlftM, mtr J. at tlw of lMWHpavera lUiraagh otlwr Uomocra-tout 'Kentucky to dlacrodit tho R:ub-llca- n Noted Woman Writer Gives RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER Iwaa Stato ticket bocause H PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. Her Views. nomlnatjd t Phconlx Hill Parlcnoar a bojr garden, which pkwse wiw to Address alt communications by tlw cltlscna of Louiav.Hle, The Hartford Itopublloan. and was tlw only hall awDafolo in Woman Voter is Jointly Responof tho city in which a convention sible With Husband for the such fllzo could bo Iwld. Rightthink-hi- g Ovtm.'brl.ri.d............ should ipl&cw cltlions of Louisville Support of Family. a muzilo on tlw editor of tlw Courier-Journal, not ?p:c'ally far Itho bn JULtY 21. ofiit of tlw RopubUcan .panty cf tho (By (Molly Ell'.ot Sjawidl.) Stato, but for tho bjawflt .' tho city. (princladca There aro twb lxIc gukjsts Tho d"jhgato3 wre invllwd KEPUBLICAN TICKET. against womam Buffraga. oomvon-tlo- n of tho o".ty during tf.w ia3 First, no olcctorate havKj ever existwa3 place of m etlng and th ajloctod iby repiva jnfaitlvcs of tho ed, or ever can cxlat, which cannot Vx Governor, chy and not iby tho Ri .publican Stato erocuto iba own laiws. BLXVIA.KD C. OHEAK, Committee or tho kktiites to tho of lit. Starling. Second, no voder over claimed or ev State convention. Asliw from this cr can daten, malnbenanoo from anFor Lfcmtonant Governor, howjver, it th'e Republicans of KenIm l.. Biusipw, tucky can hold a caniv.itloa in a other voter. of OVwngoWMi. Law consists ! a eorles of ber gard-.- and pncunulgato such In its l3tato but goviemment does not Foe Attorney Goneral, stands platform, baclwd up iby uttorancos neeult until an anmod maD TII03. O, MoGREGOK, as oame from the lli3 of tho Stand- roady to e:uto tho law Suffragists ot Benton. ard Boaror in his speech of ocooptano claim that tho moral forces ought to lAw Auditor, , physical force. But on tho liquor question, It should be supplant rooro BETHERUM, U30NAIU) W. a compliment mountain high to the tho law Is made for tho of ML. Vernon. Integrity of its delegates. who always usa physical force. Par Treasurer, A dozen (Tutrtans could (prevent a HETtMAN P. JIONROE, Convionitlon Tho Republican State hundred women from depositing a Louisville. of at lioulsvlllclast week nominated one slr.igw ballot Supposing Uha ballots, of Sthto, Ftor of ,the strongest tictoeltis over tijsent-e-d djpositod by t;lw lndulgenoj A. J. OLIVER, to tho pxxpw of any stato, and it however, women "will flunely 'be callod of mien, wiU command tho respect of ttneu of rtf Soattsvillo. of upon to legislate upon subjects all parties. It was nominated in a Agriculture, For OooittnJbialoTJior of or open manner&nd'evcr man which no woman has ever had, fair and D. W. iGLARK, harvo practical experience.' had a fair oportunity in tho contest. evler can of Curbourvlllo. law Tho entire execution of tho necessarily some Of courso tb3rw are For Superintendent of Public would ,ba in tlw hands of men, backed disappointed onies, but that is to be Instruction, Irresponsible electorate up byi an exposbJd, b.cauae someone njaoasarily T. W. VINSON, which could not 13ft a finger to aunj to be uWjated, But thero is no hid off Princeton. hand or punish a criminal. ,r chanoo of fraud or of improper pracof Appeals, The relation ibetwcen voting nnd For Clerk Count can Ibe sustained agalnslt tices which roiinbenanco ia basad upon tio prinC. 8. VJL130N, tlw conv'entlon. In almost overy inciple that no voter shall bo oompell-o- d of Williamsburg. stance the strongist man won out, to maintain any person who lias Rdpnusunitatilvo Ohio County, For elthreby reaaanofa moro active canagainst X A. LEAOH, or bticausa a vote which my bo cast vas before this convention, his becifactor. No prdciplo ot govDasm. of Beaver and quallficatloEa ot moro (Thd ernment is worked out 'with strength with tho delegates.. For Senator, atexactitude. On mathomatical chaise that O'Rear, or hb frlend3 taining C. HOLOIAN, lils majority a man las is all madj up a Blaw to put throush tho of Morgan'town. long as he comieutlon Is absolutiely untrue. fTho claim to malntoranoe as a Is a voters if ho should tbeoanw only suggislion that Judge O'Rear his; vote. The Republicans will not attempt made was that sonwoma should be pauper he at once loses in The suffragist claim that a iwifa to institute a campaign, of abuse nominated tor thy who was knownLieutenant Governor renders sonvlces to her huaband.whioh tho coming Stato oanitart. It to ibe in harmony cannot win ou 4ho!r own merits, tliey with the platform on tlw local option entitles lwr to maintenance Is not fllnlntonanco has nothing to will not attitampt to win on demerits question. An effort was made toplaoe sound, of their oupnrm'ts. They have placed soane one on .the ticket iwho was not do with service A wife may bo parin the Hold a ticket upon a platform, known to .bo In accord iwlth Judge alyzed .within an hour of her marone of tin lw?t over written ,by any O'Rear, but the scheme was defeated. riage. She Is, however, Just as touch entitled to maintenance ns if she State convtmitiom, and the good bltl-ze- Hawevwr, no oiw In Kentucky is years for a husband of tlw HtaM aro invited to suptaking this to heart except slaved tor forty port the ticket awl platfonn. It is contain Democratic iwwspaiwrs who and fourteen children. She may become tho only plaCorau to the flld, and pretend to ba vary much distressed insane, but her hus'tnnd ds still .bound the only one likely to bo in tlw field. owr the dHJeat of certain Individuals to maintain her, nor can he get a di vorce from her on the grounda of her It duals .with Slato issiM3 almost ex- beforo tho conMJiticn. However, perform' any clusively flir.il calls for reforms which - may rest oasurod lnranlty and inability to gitieralljA wiUVs maintenance) is her Let the that the same dish of d the. pooplo ai sympathy, servlos. equivalent for a vote. procession inravvj on. They will have from naive the same source, would The fact that In the suffrage states a happy ttnw luacing "O'Roar dn tho been handiad out to the present awan-bewomen have been d.'privtod of Is going to ,be In the front ar." lie of the ticket lilad tlwy been property privileges prows that Democratic and tlw caily way our the principle is working. In Colorado will to sight of him will friends wllfo as Utah, Idaho and Wyoming a he to put oii tfoniothlns equally OUR BIRTHDAY. ha3 no dower. She Is jointly respongood or bSter. Republican IWlth tills ls3ue The sible tor tho support cf the childnen. twenity-ifountyear Djm,.cratAc press of Kentucky enters uiion lts The honiostead may ba martgagod Tho as a newspaper of Hariford. Wa heart or sold .without r consent. Is very much cncijd over tho support that ha3 of a hu&hand Is a ground ,whkh Judgo O'Jfear paid to ily apprKiatrt the been givua this publication and as for divorce. Six women In Utah were Staiator Ilradky last week when he by strict busi divorced iby thjr husbands for was proaoaUid to tlw State Convention sure our friends that ness methods and the boat treatment beas the numlr.w4 for Governor, shall be glad to The phrase "taxation without repcause he roforrud to Bradley as one Wie can command wo support and co resentation is tyranny" was waver is receive your further upon whosi title there .'Senator operation. mean, or taken in the sense that .no stain and en wlucae record there the paymwMt of taxes carries with it is no iblot. Well, if these njmocmt-I- c Left for Encampment. a vote. paiwns know of any stain or iblot Company H, the local company of maxatdon, in its Inception, meant .tlwy sliiould iiipon tho Sumvtor's record, alt 12:30 at once, proofed to mako it known. militia; Utft .this morning James M. protection. Property owners paid to very under command ot Oapt haw tlwlr property protootdd. The They aro dlag tho State a DeWewje and Lieut. C. B. Shawn for property Is taxed, not the individual. any .great Injustice to .wlth-hol- d along this lino which they tlw annual State oncampnwnt, which Nobody has "proposed that the. properidea may havo la tlw'.r jwtisesslons. But is being held at Orell, near IoulsvIU . ty of miners be exempt. Tho ton that taxation carries with it a vote mere insinuations aro Bometimes Just Tlw boys iwlll bo gone about as slanderous tis false chargus and days,, aud duning that ttaa wlllliavo is peculiarly ludicrous when oraploy-u- d tlwlr eklll with by suffragists from tlw South, If jrtaoo thouo who utter them in a more an opiwrtunlty to is no amo should ibe tax-i- d wlhlo h8 not disreputable light Uian tho ilfw on th State rlflo range. dlsgracjful anl the oommlsjlontiid cftloers nam- a vote.tlwn ten million nlcigroas should or assassin tlw worst ibLickmialler ed abovd tflw (follctA.iiig nwnxbors, 52 be exempt from taxation; also all 1m he found in .the of charaotor oil In number, hift on th siwcJal UUs lunatics, minora, and criminals, morning out firom ladlsonville: onU Una Inhabltanta of territories Ira Alien, Ivan All.in. Ilitill Bawwtt District of Columbia. Tlw mllHon or Ohio County Rubllcaiis were all Cluudy IBonntt. more foreigners added annually to our Allison Ennui'it; disappointed liat Senator Alvls S. at Clerk Ujtcher Bennett. Djn H. Bennitt;Bn ixupulation "would be oxempt tof Beiraett was not nominated for Burdon, Joe Brqwnd, (Bar-u- le least filve yeans. If Caro?gie, Rockeof tho Court of Apptfils, in tlw con- Blair, Cliff CandiiKer, Cecil DaWcese, Her- - feller and Morgan should choose to vention, at iLkMilaville, last wodc. Mr. bjrt FnUx, Chas. Foitiir, W. D. Gray, become aliens, they would be exBennett could l,vo had tho nominaHocker, empt Iloagland, Oswald tion had lie ibooumo wn active candi- Dennis Hudson, Ernest for it, which he ducllnod to do Clarenoe Ilowiard, date Luwla, V. C. Lile; Perhaps tho Supreme 'Being mode m ftocount of his iMuswn(t iwaltlon Krltz Jonny, Jaines .Sloaoloy, a ridiculous blunder in creating aex, Central Uugne Wedding, Dewii Secretory of tlw State as illdklf, Ernest Moxley, Ira but It Is nqw too late to; rentady It.. Committee. In uny aront it is thought Hbert Own, Morley, lAjtclwr Owen, Onel .Woman Bufitrage is ho advantageous by his frlundi that he would Jiavw Emuwtt I'ark, Shelby I'ark, Clayton to men, in irelleving tliom of tho wuuilnation (by a close vote, (Ratey, Rawon and endowing them with nod he remained in tho coutust. IIo Park. Arland Jirk, their Lloyd Itiender, Sotli Rlwy, Fned Reob- - property at tlw expense of withdraw in the intwivat of harmony, Smith, wives, it is a wonder all inen hucajuso ho was defeated by crteon, Albert Roue, Thos. and not Shown, are not Jn favor of It. uny "rolling nwdiittM" as ia charged Herbert SUwart, H. . Vance, Marvin Warner, Harlan If voting .be a natural night, not iNo B,iaI1 by our total contoinporojry. Crab-t- i, higher among tlw Republicans Wlgglugton, Estill Wllkliu, Van Kinjt, only women, but children may ivot), standa Will Waktland, HifueiKi tor a natural right 1b acquired At that of all iWutlpnB in lCiuntucky, Elz birth and lasts, till death. IJjmakAt, and ho stands high-o- r Geo. Whobney, Willis Whobay, Senator E. N. The Supremo Court of to day Uwa (before in tlielr csttana-tio- Murphy, Estill Thoniaa and States haa decided that voting U not ixolkses moro than ho Williams. No oiw a moral right, but a (privilege- tlw awkward osltlon in which ho GovcriHiK-n- t For Sale Cheap. exist by a consent of a w a contestant Con uj placed Buggy and Har-im- a majority of the governed. Itofte I Good Work Horae, plaoo on tlw ticket txjeauso he lveld R. R. WEDDINU. Ui a 8BW.11 but daeerou laertty a. powltioa wilh. the larty luacklmery, EDITORS Vur-nlah- od -.. C. M. BARNETT, NEY FOSTER oaely fw a iplt on thttokt. l'Mtoe k Mceflcl A drowsing man wiH ovwn each ate ftorta aim'Wj Wto)s tha ktjmt l and mdo tor ,to Oourier-dourra- not .very weM resign to matos r posMAos .whldi he felt ha could a oon-ba- at IS AGAINST WOMAIUUFFIiAGE X- - lhe ungintii Cut Rate Drug Store We haven't the tinie, nor space, to make any introductory remarks pertaining to this Cut Kate Drug Store, but read over the partial list, and come in to see us when you want anything in the drug line. It's all CUT KATE. Miscellaneous Articles. Carlstedt'8 Liver Poydor..l9c Nyal's Little Livor Pills. .19c Chamberlain's " " ..19c 42c Dodd's Kidney Pills " " 42c Doan's Dr. King's New Life Pills 19c 83c Pierce's Discovery 83c Wine of Cardui 83c Pinkham's Veg. Com Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets 42c ...29o Castoria 193 Cephagline 19c Sloan's Liniment Rubber Goods Department. $1 2-- qt. . .TV . H X .....0. Fountain Sj'ringe 83c t. a E .5' era 5 a ai o Z. ac era CD Thou-Shalt-nc- ts, " 1.25 " $1.50 50c 75c Atomizer 50c Rubber Bath Sponge. 35o p Ofq 9 2 Paint! Paini! S. W. Long- law-break- Brighten up and use Saoa-jtn.r- Toilet Articles. Colgate's Talcum Powder..l5c Mellier's Talcum Powder..lOe Golf Girl Talcum Powder 15c Hind's Honey and Alum 40c Cream 19c Colgate's Toilet Water Euthymol Tooth Powder..l9c P. covers most. Wears est, Looks Better, Than any Paint you can buy. Now don't forget this, but when you do painting come to see us and call for Sherwin-William- s r en M g" O Paint, s a p CD CO CD PRESCRIPTION DEPT At your Command at any Hour, day or night. di V! WO s nt Ohio County Drug Co., ! Original Cut Rate Druggists GRIFFIN'S OLD STAND Inoorporated. - HARTFORD, in tho Jall3 who liavo aver KENTUCKY. given na their consent. Special Notice. I USStfS siudi?d school tax ot 1911, District, is maw du. Please call at Morton's drug fcltorv and got jnour receipt at anco. S. M. DEXTER, Collector. HI The O3n,tartowii LOOK OUT!! FOR OUR rs Texas Woman Near Death. Wills Point, iTcx. In n Jottorfrom Wills Point, Mrs. Victoria Stalllngs says: "I was afflicted with womanly troubles, had a dreadful cough, and aln. I cor.talnly awful suffered would have died if I had not been relieved by taidne Cardui. Now I am stronger and in better health, thai I ever was in my life. I can't say half enough for this medicine." Do you need reilef? Cardui will help yoa. Try it for your womanly troubles. Its B-ago is its guarantee. It curea 10 ln Jubilee Sale JULY 13 to JULY 22 WE ARE GOING TO HOLD A li oum-Idinw- h--- Nlon-suppa- nt nlon-sunpo- rti Snake on Awning. Owensboro. Ky July 18. A snake five feet In length, iwith tt live sparrow in its mouth iwos found on an awmlnis In front of a business house in Main streiet last night. fTho snnlco attracted an enormous crowd of specand tators hofone it iwo captured Killed. Jubilee SeJe! We are simply determined to close out all of our Spring and Summer Merchandise. We mailed you a circular that gives you prices on only a small portion of our Stock. How determined we are, tt Our Wonderful July Bo-sid- JUBILEE SALE! BoginB 13 and Closes 22. Nine days of real bargains. Don't fail to visit us during this big Sale. Our entire stock of Groceries and Hardware will bo sold at greatly reduced So don't let this opportunity pass. It may be prices. the prices wo are making will show you. Better think the matter over and determine' to come to our JUBILEE SALE while we are so determined to sell. Respectfully, fv ' cd respou-Bl-blllb- Oe-plu- is tot your last chance to buy these Staple Goods at such low Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money prices. ' Back. Remembor the Place Carson 0 (EL Incorporated Co. . s bfl fi n. thoJ-Uatte- d HARTFORD, KY. w. vy Hartford Grocery Co. KMSQGQ&SSfiSSGQGQQ M&VH& t t X otu). Typewriter piper la all irafe, typ vrrltw rlbbom asd carbon paper for h1 All U tlrae at TUa Republican BEAVER .Mtesrfl DAM. a READ! tmwi.ji iitwMwwyivrytwfcyn ifHWfll Mjfit rfPwy yr" BE WISE! WP"M'ij''U" Mlffywwc't, -- jwarnagu uccneo Mro issu.yi tn ww to Curtte Enibry, 23, of B.Vac town, and Maggie M. Crowe, 16, Utanfrow. MrrFrank O. Gray, ot Prlais .DWnt, Miss., who Is visiting his' parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Oray, of Beaver and Dam, was tho guost of Prof. Mrs. II. E. Brown, Saturday'. , Users of carbon paper should try tho famous "Echo" carbon paper. Guaranteed tho best papor on tins market. Sold iby Tho Hartford 4 ltf. xtm Aran Panics. Mlea Uulah wtlll Addio Vnn Mijtcr, of Jilss.; MMixi Elgla and Lellrt Gl'mn, tit Itartfonl, aro Blinding th week xith Hood lire. and Mrs. Hood City, Mo, Wednesday afiter spending two weeks to Kansas CASTORIA For Infants and Childron. Mary and Maliasa Hudson, of Nashville, nM visiting Dr. faml-ilo- s. and Mr. Ben Gray's 'Miss Anna Lawrence, of Texas, MIss rCASTORU The Kind Always lH Bb III You Have "' Bought t Only Two Days Yet Remain AND FAIR'S BIG JUBILEE SALE! I Will be a Thing of the Past! smi I Have you attended? If not do not let the remaining days go by and not take advantage of the BIG BARGAINS that they are offering. Come, bring your friends and let us make these four days a REAL JUBILEE in every sense of the word. rmmmmmmtm icnmanMnMBPtsfs j5w.'iiwwwnH'i RE-REA- lived hero but is now a ro3idcnt at WhltusvUte, ia very ill. Tho first of tho woek her condition waa serious, but since sho has gottn eomo otter, AIUscs Anna Eliza and Alloa Koow left last Saturday for a visit with relaithvs In and nuar Fordsvllle, and bofono returning homo will bo th guests of Miss Faunyu Whlttlnghlll, ncttr Fordsvllli M. In a latter from Attorney E. Woodward' to tlw junior editor Mr. Woodward says that ho and bis wife Intend to jeemo homo from LouIsvJUo, and that Mrs. Woodward Is Improving in health. to-d- ay Will enond tho summer with Miss KifaJb Rhoads. MIs3 Cra Gamlnor and ibrotli)er,Wor- don are visiting at Rochester jthls woek. J. F. Oasiabler & Co., Funeral Di Mr. and Mrs. John H. Bmrnes on- rectors and Embalmors. All calls tortainid Monday owning. Every on-- j promptly and carefully attended to TOports plcaaanit a time. day or night. Both telephones. Boav Mr. t'lajtou Rhoads is reny 411 er Dam, Ky. 51U with tjphold fover. Clayton is ono Mrs. Jul la Wadding, who iformorly our ni'st popular joung men, 'and Beta P3. Ill .. ALCOHOL 3 PF.u nrin a ANtgefabtcPreparallcitrorAs-sfmiiatfngilicroaanilRedul- DEai 3 ImgdicSiomachsamlDcwdsor Bears the Signature Xijl In Prorno(csDtgcs(fonOu?crruii ncss anuKest-Coiuain- s ncihtr OpiimLMorphinc norHiacrd. tho wiholm town Is sad on account of his slcknucs. ' Mss Ruth Nail Bla-- , daughter of Mrs. John Blr, has appenddcltls but is1 of dMigorous as Mrs. Lizzie Taylor not yet is still improvlrff from h t attack ot Mies Ella Hudson OIoKlnney entertain od Wednesday evening In honor of hor cousin, Miss Mary Hudson, of I P rtoiju NOT NARCOTIC. .... HKftotoMDcSMBmma. Hafa SirJ" jUxSama MtBtSdts- Jhntnrm- fjitlUtisnektih IlimSrrJ- - Use """" Apcrfect Remedy for Constipation , Sour Stomach,Dlarrtoca iMlss Winona S'ovens wsi3 th charm- .ujfi"rikv AND BE WISE AND REMEMBER THAT IT PAYS TO TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE READ, D ing hostess last Friday ovenlng for a pij9ont six o'clock dinner. Thoso wero: iMls&.s Allco Keown, Annie J. Patton, Annie Allen Elgin and Winona Stevens and Messrs. Gross Williams, ot Ohitfago; Raymor W. fTlns-loand McDowell A. Fogle. Mr. Gross Williams left Wednesday morning for Hardinahurg, Ky.aftor a a visit hare with friends. After fqw days visit at Hardinsburjj, he Will teve for Chicago, wheo h-- j twill rtJsumo his position as cashier with Una Novelty Candy Co., with whom he has ibixoi associated for tho post four years.. Tho Sunday School of tho First c Baptist church gave a in the Stevens' Krone on tho Hartford and Owonsbono read, Tujsday. Albout sixty moniibers of the school iWiero mem bers ttf tha outing, and a large number of tho nihmibera iwwre unable to attend on account ot business engagements. Ewjryono reports a splondld time. Ait tho regular muotlng of Rough Riwr Lodgw ICnights ch." Pythias Tuesday night the officers for the ensuing term mere installed, and it was unanimously voted that a tanbe-cu- e for tho members and th.ir fam-ili'llie hold somoUmo In August. Knights W. R. HedrJck, B. L. Taylor and R. D. Walkr wero appointed commlttoa to make arrangetnonts. plc-inies y, THAT SAVES YOU MONEY "WWK """ "V WW Jfflfcfeb PHILLIPS HOTEL BATH HOUSE New Building .. Five Mineral Wells . " .'. Shady Yard .. Large, Cool Rooms. MIHtEBN STEAM AND MINERAL BATH HOUSE Baths gsven by Hot Springs Attendants. J. R. PHILLIPS, Proprietor. w t k secretaries of tho American All Sockity of Equity are requested to hajvo tho tobacco plidges circulated Miss Annie J. Pattoa loft Tuesday and neturned to tho County Secretafor woak's sit with Miss Fanriyp ry by August 15th. Wliititinghill, near Fordisvillev HENRY M. PIRTLE, 6dC. SN FRIDAY, JULcY 21. manager of tho Mr. A. R, Notice to Taxpayers Centertown. Afrrcuotile Co., (left TuesI Dist of nppolntnwjnits, of S. 0. day for a buslw ss tiip to Evans- IlllnolaContralRallroad-Tlm- o Koawn, Dputy Sheriff. VIHW, JIIU. Tablo. Ooanfiold, August 2, a. m. Ky. and Dr. and Mns, S. J. Wedding At Beaver Dam .Aetna vlll, August 2, p. m. Tuesday son, Walter, njtuiiktfl homo Henbont, August 3, from 'LlViiTmor, whore they had been ' Sliwve, August 4. Miulli Hon nil. North lloiiuil. on a short visit, Fordsvlllo,, August 5. n. m. No. 121 ii1I:35 No.lUidue ;03nm. iBtavor Dam, August 7, No 11 (Ine".1 4S p. tu. Mr. Forest P. Salmon, who Is teUch No.llKilueUSSp. m. '' No. ll dned ISy. in Ins a lOenibontown August 8, aa.lOJdne::iSi.in. s1ng!mg ischool at successful Point Pldsant, August 9, p. jn. Cloar Run, wa3 a pKxisanlt caller at 'MaltunsKU, August 0, a. m. Mr. J. W. Baker, ot Render, was this Q'flce, iWndrKsoday. Smalllious, August 11, a. m.- pleasant caller Tiuisdny, a Mra. C. P. Ideown- and Mrs. Virgil Ceralvo, August 11, pvi, "air? John Banmrd, of MadlsonvAlk-- , Elgin, Jr., will haturn homo tomoriMoIIonry, Augustl2, ithey is the gujst of Mr. J. C. Riley and row from Owensboro, whero RookiKxrt, August 14. have boen visiting relatlwa. family. Wysox, August 15. The Cheapest Placo of Earth to buy Prontls, August 10, a. m. Ind Is Mrs. Fehr.iof Cannlbun, I Cromwell, August 1C, p. m. tho guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. all kinds of Seeds. k Sulphur Spilngs, August 18. Tho OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY Cp. C. Schlommer, v 29tf Hartford, Ky. T. H. BLACK, S. O. C. Mr. U. S. Carson and family wero 52 Dy S. O. KEOWN. D. S. iMr. Arthur Scott and family, of Madl- awong thoaa who attended tho Sodalla, Mo., arrived ywatwrday morneonvlllo fair y:itrday. The Farmers Bank. jTcTRlley and Q. B. Li- - ing on tho M. II. and 13., and will Meesrs. Tho Faimwra Rank, of CKjutertawni, in ba tho guests ot Mr, G.G. Fair aiid toona worq transacting business la tho namo of tho niv bank that family. Tuesday afitoxnooBi. Contertuwn, cpociad thore, and Is has ibo-iauw Mrs. A. V. Goodln, after sivral doing Th AdvtfrtUwi your "wante" hi business, and all of' tho capinor parents, Capt. tal stock of $15,000 Rttnulb atooat woeka visit to has boon bold, mrtonl Rkimibllcaiu. and Mrs. S. K. Gox, Wt for her and mora could lravo enteki an. Rny,Uilngr. fPry 3iw. bom. disposed home in Charleston, Mo,, un Satur of lit It had ibdon on tho niarkyt. Vm NomWioddlug has ryturnod day la&t. Tho otficora aro woll known nnul from an oxtnded vlsdt to 'iior sister, Poutmaatw M. L. lKavrin and toh thorough business men, and under Miw. Goargo Lwwis, near Owoiuoro.' C. M. BaniMtt attend ;d tlv nioutln tholr dlrootlon It Is safo to prdlct Mr. H, W. Cooler, of Nashville, arot tho JtcHiublUxin Sttvtm Central Conr trut tho bauk will hi a etrong rived Sunday jnofnicg to tie at thp inltttx) ait LfuIsvllK), Monday, and hoy Tlw ortkvra are: Pivsldonit, bodlde of his wifo, who Is quite- lck. hanw, ' H. U un. Vlou Pivsiaid.-'nt-, L. 0. Morr7!oo7oTcashW of Uiu ivturnad Mr. JohiP illsij3 Iloblia DJtTard and Ruth ton CaUiior,. Ah In Row and Mr. Dank of Hartford, roturwrt Monday Orvll'-firm sojourn at DlannOmJ 'fhoiuAS, oj ladLbonvlllo, rjUirwd Madilux, Rosa, rcetjytly cf tlw has be-.- of from a few days McMillan and loa ' homo Monday, after a fww dajs vis' Springs. ongagM as asiisjiant cayhjor. hore, tho gutwta of ailuvja iltilo "B oxpwua it Mi's, W. II. aVyior and Ruttu IUly. First Christian Church. frin..J-ouJteHl- l, whfli houw V.'6ooii(fljariiVliK s Rov. W. 11. AWalt viirU lift r-- ?u hir sstejMr. Jlrs. sho has ibfi vtKiu daugh, Mb. B. quite III ujL ih b(:i)o lw iuumKUj, lar apoWtniijnt Sunday n . u n o.id II. B. IVV-loU Mrs. iwom- - Col. &l Jlr. t M Jiin-it- . F. Z'nimjww. Sl" u) u(r.4 ccr J a u li Mor',x 1a 'JLiy M u ju an ' 1 a SO. Sundny 6vl-liau'oiV lwnw i tu Awl U iu E.ejbjdy invitv4 wu, iloobj Bojrl-- o rates: $7 to $10 per week. dawson springs, ky. Notice. Hartford Republican. Nahrallle. present were: Thoso MlssB Anna Barnes, Aiddio Van Mrte? Leila Glonn, MUdretl Elgin, Lillian Blr, Grace Williams, Ruth Gray, Molina Hudson, Dona Qulnn, Jfissie Schevan, Mary fibewant, Hilda Dean, Eula Mulhnul, Effle Alford Datiaie Taylor, B esio Alford, Addio Taylor, Myrl Miller, Nellie Plunmier, Eunice Williams, May Hazelrigg, Hazel Hock-e- r, Kittle Rhoads, Anna Lawremoo, Hone Quinn, Clara Loyd, Myra Carrie Stewart, Ilaullne Ara Gardner, Etfio Mulhaul, Mt3rs. Edgar Barnard, Claude Noble Rendjr, Noble Taylor, Frank Barnes, Harley Qulnn. Ckcll Barnard, Wordn Gardner, Evoritt LUcens, Wavy Liles, Fred Anient, Mar shall Barnes, Charlie Porter, Cllffoid Maddox, Murlo Taylor, Asbery Hooker, "Eail Chick, NIcloolas Hazelrlgg, Hamoy Plummer, Clifford Taylor.Er- ni'st Taylor, Presley Grey, Guy Hazel rlgg and Dr. Ocar Misses Myra and Pauline MoKInuey of Louisvlllo, are spending the week with Mr. C. P. Austin and family. Miss Myra Flner is spending the week In Hartford. Dr. L. Champion, of Livingston county has located nti this place, H comes highly recommended. His wife will arrive In a fax days. She Js vis iting Tierparonbs in Louisville. 'Mr. J. C. Taylor spent 'Saturday and Sunday with his uncle at Logans- pont, Kyj The bays gave tho girls a delightful hay ride Tuesday ovenlng to Hartford. Among those who enjoyed tho ride were as follows: .Misses Dena Woodward, chapvron, 3Iary Ruth Hudson, Klttyo Ella McKlnnoy, Rhoads, Anna Lawrence, Anna Barnes, Addle Van Moter, Mildred Elgin. Leila Glenn, Effto Alford, Donla and Hone Qulnn and Clam Loyd. Messrs. Merle Taylor, Fred Arooiit, Claude McKlnn.-y-, Ernest Taylor, Clifford Taylor, Marshal and Frank Barnos, Leslie Board and W. J. Smith Mc-Kln- wk jp For Over FacSbile Signature of NEW YOHK; Thirty Years LitiW U. hctM Guaranteed h uik liUnl.-nlni- ' i '.j CASTORIA THKCCHTAUnOMFANV Exact Copy of Wrapper. irw TOH CfTT .. a. a. A A A A A A A A ili ti A Alif PTTTTTTTTTTT7TTTTTtTTi,TTttTTTTTtVTx7TTt fa m. m. m. m THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co. .(INCORPORATED) WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE RT COST. ' ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN REACH. E.G.BARRASS. Manage. Methodist Church. V1LG1L ELGIN, Pastor. There will ibe preaching at Goshen n xt Supday. A eerie of meetings will begin at Mt. Hernion the fifth Sunday night July 30. The pastor will bo osstetod Cl.wns-borby Rev. J. O. Smlthson, of All cordially invited to attend and tako part. o. Cm Jjv Jg Jg Jgm JJv wjv A I $ J? jgm Jjv. Jp JJU Jjv jg Jy. j THINK ABOUT THIS --- S , CASTOR I A Infants Tor and Children. Tits Kind You Have Always Bought Boars tho Signaturo of OtafT-d-i FREE! For two months, beginning July '5, I will givo as a premium ono years subscription to Tho Hartford Republican or Tho Hartford Herald, with each pair of $5.00 Gold Spectacles, guaranteed to wour permanently and fitted scien tificiilly. h Beginning day, 22(1., nlJ Phnt.ns dnstl-tiftlo- n. - nrfnnr. I'unnw wnrlr. Thin mnnnc lof you can got 5.00 work at $3.75, $3.00 work at & $2.25 and $ .00 work at 75i. This is tho first timo wo have over done anything of this kind, .. r n W itmi It n nnnti m iiuu juu iim it-a-t rt- usauicu unit J'uu Jliuy IJOVOl c again have such an oppurtunity to got such work jjfr at prices so low. Wo moan what wo say, so re- J& member that tho 22d will certainly end these c, prices. Wo do not intend to turn out any work Como to tho Boat andgot. that is not first-clasjj Yours truly, 7$ your work done. ww i gI a . Friday, July '1th, ending Saturwo offer a discount of 25 pei cent, on s. to-d- ay ftl d T' RaJjMtj! - 1 J d r and The Schrreters O ." t 1 '.at utit-lidau- u cttford, Ked'.ik'y. 3 ... t' . ... ... ... t ifnffiCfjifKi ' V 1 1 A4444444444444i4i4H M. i. i. A. . A. A mmttumn$t8taamil ou u U (0 a -- s W ?S . n M -- S b! 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Miss. Mkw Gertrude Tlmb&rvllle, 1911 and tliion went to ParaoM.'-Kai etoe thought Tknbervllle, writes: "i Gatlln, of On the 9 dy of June And ad 'hhds'eoul from us has fled did not know anything could stop tho1 sho bad a light chill, but nev r gave As stall our'eoul3 will flse, up to go to bed till late thjfct evci.lng When gaAhcred groat womanly pains, from which I Buffered 'round tha. HARTFORD, - KY. for two yaars, Until I tried Cardui. I and on the morning of tho 10 alio & White Throno, Will practice their profession In all th doo'jar wa c'allod-H- o lyarloua fehad been troubled with much .wonse and a Happy, happy wo twill bo. cot male ailments, but they were cured In courts ot Ohionf and adjoining ,1 at called at 0 o'clock tho morning ot Ann0Al. Rn- and Court iTAtoliLsiitton. thi 10, he said eho had .bllHoua fvor Let us etrive each and ovory one, a little while, thanks to Carudl." Car tentlon given to all buslne euiruete4 and tliat might she wna not vei sick, to moot tlito dnr one, who has so dul Is especially adapted for use by to their care. Collections atta tho Prac Second Wo tvprove and ondorso the next day eho got worcw and at noon early takon hor flight. No doubt she ailing women. It relieves headache tice of Crlhilnal and Real Estate ndminlstnOlon of tho af- IksiuWtcan Specialties. Office In Republican bulla on- tho doctor was called again, lie said Is beckoning to father, mother and backache, dragging feellnB, irregu- tntr. f thrt atato.and approvo and t .jniployod by that ad- Bho had brain fevor and ho and every little brother to conno dwell in the larity, nervousness, misery, and womall means of they could dovtosav land where Jksus rMins. is rolia body done all anly weakness. It Is sofo. It ministration for .tho presanvation passage Sho loaves a father, niotho broth bio. It does tho .work. Will you try her Hf a The doctor came to see her FRANK law and order and favor the 7 no er, Lee Atba, and a host of friends It? Please do. 27 tlmts in her few days illness. of such additional laws as may be This Is a bright, glad, .beautiful, and relatives to mourn her dtath, oeeeary for that ipurpodo. Right In your busiest season when for world, fragraiUs with .the odor of jvit our loss is Heiven's gain, We arraign tho Dsncrafcloc mird you have the least time to spare you HARTFORD, KY. flowers. Tuniful with hto eori'gs of there is one m.-- ani;el added to party tit Kontucky not only for Its diarrhoea aro most likely to tnkp Her Cousin, binds, ncsplendents wilth tho glorlus the Heavenly band. Will practice his profession In Ohli to comply with, (but for its failure unless and lose several day's time, of A. B. D. and adjoining counties and in the Court of earth, sea and sky, and yet its flagrant violation of tho laws you have Chamfberlaln"s CoHo, Cholen of Appeals. Criminal practice and apattractions now nro no doubt' unStates requiring lUho tho United and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand and a Specialty. Office in the Hr meroll.'ss notilcod by me, for snx Solves a Deep Mystory. portionment of congressional districts tako a dose on tho flnst appearance aid building. dtbiili have appeared in our midst and of tho constitution of tho State "I want to thank you from the .bot- of the disease. For sale by. all drugdirecting tho appointment of judicial, and snatched from us a lovtd one tom of my koart," wroto C. B. Rader, gists, m Our skte is hung .with black somber of Lewfcimrg, W. V., "for the wonsanatoria! and legislative districts. W YANCYL.MOSLEY. from clouds curtains our vvefon Is over cast derful double ibenitfit I got ,inMinco tho present apportiontnent as sorrow and every Electric Bitters, in curing me of both A Reliable Remedy and many with the gloom of unjust and unconstitutional sound that strikes our cars has In a severe ease of stomach trouble and instances a denial of equal ropivsenia FOR HARTFORD, - KY. the of rheumatism, from which I had u n fniT-m- r nf (L,snlre without tlon df people in diforont sections presence of that one who has gone been an almost helpless sufferer for fh State. We domand that equal disputes- Will practice his profession In all the nf Courts-o- f Bovontocmth We favor tho passage before. Tho world indo d tlema emp- ten. rears. It suited my Ohio and adjoining counties, as case representation shall bo given to all and In the Court of Appeals. Also Notho State, and that the of laws (which shall malto effective ty and checrltss to us and in our thnueh made lust for mo." For dys Ely's Cream Balm tho people of tary Public. Office over First National against heart (there is a dreary dismal achit auicklr absorbed. rights of nil shall 'be protected iby a tho consttiutonol provision pepsia, Indigestion, Jaundice and to Bank. Gives Relief at Once. tho Issuance of free rass-- s to officials ing, void tho only consolation that rid tho system ot kidney poisons that It cleanses, soothes, Just and fair apportionment law. nf and their families. of cause rheumatism, Electric Bitters hns heals and protects Is vouchsafed us 13 realization Fourth We demand tho reform adoption OHAS. M. CRO WB tho fact that our beloved is at tace no equal. Try them. Every ibottlo the diseased mem. Catarrh and drives JOHN B. WILSON the election laws far tho punposa of Elchtanth .Wo favor the brano resulting from securing fair and free olections; the of legislation to make effective tho tho one upon wham too have lavished Is guaranteed to satisfy. Only COc ut away a Cold in the Head quickly. Restores or & land all druggists. our oEfeotion is now In that ni repeal of itjho law mHilch provides for constitution amtiidment in favor the Senses of Taste and SmelL Full size Liquid CO eta. at Druggists or by mail. makes cood roads. certificates and whro the wary ate at rest. Bond registration Cream Balm for use in atomirers 75 cts. t; Nlnatoenith AVo favor tho passage ing over the pen ocotfln looking at Baptist Church. thorn a commodity In the local mar-iMEly Brothers, 60 "Warren Street, New York. thorough HARTFORD, - KY. the folded hands which will never tho passage of a corrupt prac- of a law providing .for the BRUNER, Pastor. J. W. banks tice act which shall limit ,tho slzo of and effective inspection of State leg- clasp ours again in this world gaz session at 9:45 Will praotloe their profession in aH Sunday, School (Twentieth We favor further ing upon the closed eyes in Ahlch .campaign) funds in .both primary and the courts of Ohio and adjoining counprotection of minors you will 3ver more see. Our image o'clock. Dr. E. W. Ford, Supt for islation for the regular olections and provide Buckbee'i "Full ol Life" Northern Grown ties, and in tho Court of Appeals. Manning worship at 10: 4G o'clock tears b,,lAAt Csaa t.4TM reputation ol 38 years ol Special attention given to criminal t rcfiedls on this our ecaldinE complete publicity in respect thereto, from unnecessary bodily injury. tpays t and evening worehip at 8. ithat successful seed growing behind them. demand Wo rrwontynflrst fall aa wo realize that our earthlj tooth before and attar eloctlons; an practice and to collections. Offloa on Dr. T. N. Compton, of Owcmsboro, plant luc ucsb. Specialties: whother companion and motherslifp with us is campaign con- American citizens abroad, Seasonable UTftctivo prohibition of Main St., opposite Court House. seniles BBANS . J3 SO Bushel and of forever gone and as stated .before will preach at both the naturalized, Earliest Red Valentine . tributions (by corporations and for native born or of marked . . 3.JJ Bushel Refugee Extra Early w Sunday. He is a man whatever mice or creed, shall be se our only oonsloation is control of elections. that NsurStrlngless Green Pod . $3.70 Bushet ability and every one who has the nights Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax U 5 Bushel Fifth Wo demand .the passage of cure in the enjoyment of all ttroa-tle- s. heard the world from the father's opportunity should hear hiim. Davis New White Wax . . J4.7S Bushel Iby oun Currie's Rust Proof Wax . H 5" Bushel lips, Well Done thou good and faitha law providing for compulsory di- and privileges provided fThm will! bo DRiachlns at Con sJ PEAS ful servant, enter through into the rect primary elections iby the leadExtra Early Alaska . . . $3 5 Bushel by 2:30 cord Saturday afternoon at Twntv-socon- d favor the en joys of tha Lord. We $550 Bushel New Early Gradus ing parties, held by the State, at the Jlorsford's Market Garden . $350 Bushel Rov. T. H. Balman, also at the same punish the white Ohio County Our consolation is found in a con- Buckbee's LlgatninEtucpress wo nusuci exjwnse of tho State, ana ,witn se actment of a law to also at u,noam .. - T. H. Balmaln, --" . elnvA tm.f.C ill ttlG State. wmww tA a full- Mne fit 11., frvt r.v Anfmitf.nn of HARTFORD, KY. HHIU LflniKCi n.ji.t. sldemUon of thxj fact that ourtivas- - "Q;bas, riams ana cuius ai or kii.ba list ol rrwenty-adrd-rW- o denounce lynch- - urcs is la Heaven, une poor . worn main. submit Send for complete catalogue o jaw, All Matters Given Prompt Attenyour requirements and will quote pnew. every cuaiu-uframe 'nill never more he raokd with Buy direct from the grower Save Money. Slxth We favor an amemlmc-n-t to IngB and mobs M PENSION AFFIDAVITS A tion. that agonls of pealn. Suffering is at one $100 Reward $100. Write today. Mention this paper. tho State law permitting and encour and favor the pasrage of a law SPECIALTY. - paper will Imprisonment ond, but It will only be a Uttk while be The readers of thisagoing joint nominations of tho same will pumlsh by fine. and sunfmary removal from off lceiny unill ,wo wSl cross the dark river and pleased to learn that ttiero Is at least 13&MmlDeeSt., Rsckford Serf Firms. Kockfsrs', K candidate by different parties. protect a join Lulu among the hlcat of An'gals ono dreaded disease that science has ij. P. McKESBKT OTTO 0. MARTIN Seventh The judiciary of the State, peace officer who falls to his custody. been able to cure in all its stage3, an the pther shore. in both the Circuit and Appelate prisoner in We hereby appeal to all citizens of and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh iMON'T GADDIS. courts, should be chosen on Curo is the only positive cure known grounds, and a continuunco in this Commonwealth, Invapcctile of to support the Catarrh to tho modlcal fraternity. oHlco of faithful judicial public ser- party affiliations, To Ice Users. being a onatltutlonal dlsease,renulres Ky. vants be determined iby no other qual- principles, herein enunciated. ' You are kindly requested to pay Hall's JOHN W. UANGL.EY, Ch'm'n. W. H. & J. F.GILLESPIE ification than fitness. or a constitutional treatment. your" hills, already due, at once, initernally.act- FRANK M. FUSHE3R. EighT-h Wo dranaud tflie compliance Kindly call Catarrh Cure is taken Proprietors supply iwlll be stopped. I upon (the .blood nnd snu J. H. GILTjMAN, Ing directly with the plain requltyjment of the on mo and subtle, as I havo no tinva cous GEORGE DaRELLE. Life,' Accident, SicK surfaces of the system, s thereby Constitution by the enacting cf a unito hunt you up. RICHARD C. STOLL. destroying the foundation ot the disform local option law, with thecoun-JHOOKER VILLILAIMS, Fire. LACKSMITHING iMaOLURE. R. ease, and giving the patient strength jas tho governlag unit. Mgr. Hartfowl loo Co. 52t2 GAL10B POWTBRS-W- . and hv bulldlne un tha constitution Ninth The first duty of the State WILL ALSO BOND YOU. O. COOHRAN. assisting coturo in doing Its work. is to provide for the education of all In Memory. ITT, JAtMBS BREATH faith ( The proprietons Juno 60 much Its children. .While we favor the pres AND REPAIR WORK Mr. In Its curatlvo powers that they ofc. .m. BARNEarr. Of li'itle Flora, duiughter of nt law; prohibiting mixed schools, JIAURiqE I GAI.V1N, and Mrs. AiMkmson Byuis, who de- - fer Ono Hundred Dollars for any case of novertholtss favor granting wo partod itliis illfe May 21, age 1 Jteftr, that fails to cure. 'Send for list of LOUIS h. U1jKER. the equal educational privileges to 8 imonihs and 1C days. Tho little one testimonials. A. J. KIRK. .bath race3. Wo domand children cf suffered much, having dWd of brain Address: tf J. CHENEY & CO., public schools of tho State that Old Soldiers Torturod. fever and ibowiol consumption.. Wo Tolodo, O. entirely out and shall bo taken , "For yrars I suffered unspeakable Sold by all Druggists-,- 75c. of iiolltlcs, and tliat the interest and tortupo from lnulgea'lon, constipation Succeed vrhen everything else falls. TaKo Hall's FanUy Pijls for con neUaro of the children shall have first In ncrvou3 prostration and female and liver trouble." wrote A. K. Smith, m. stipation, coasidorntiui in all school matters. weaknesses they are the supreme Pa., "but Dr. school- - a war oteran t Erie, remedy, as thousandshave testified. AVe call for .better schools and Kings New Life Pills fixed mo all Operation Thought Inevitable. houses, for longer terms in tho counFOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND right Thty'ro simply groat." Try STOMACH TROUBLE try awl for 'beUnr nay for tho teaoh-or- e, Ferris, Tex. In a letter from this them for any stomach, liver or hldno it is the best medicine ever sold and "that all lotlons for School druggist. n place, Mary Kllman, eays: "J was over a druggist's counter. days trouble. Only 23c at all Trustees be had on different confined o my bed for three monitih3, elections. Wo favor sepfrom other with womanly troubles and during Special Train. arate training stJiuolH In ovry counagony. time suffered untold Siadlson-vlllA family can suffer no greater this ty in tho State for both races, and To Hop'dns County The doctor paid an operation was inesubaffliction than to have a child of Ky., July wo Ifavor campulsory attendance Now I am ject to fits or epilepsy. Many a vitable. I tried Cardul. groat part 1911. children of school age. of RUciCBBiVS SEEDS SUCCffiD ! would give their well, and ablo to do a m. 8:30 a. father or mother condemn Leavo Hartford Tenth .AVe unqualifiedly SHECIALOFFER W.U1 all to restore such a child to health. my Aork. Thousands of Hadlea have 8:14 a. m. " Centertown House," all and denounce the "Third testified to tho benefit obtalnod from 'Mada U balU Mr Raalaeaa. A trial "I am heartily glad to tell )ou of 8:C5 a. tu. " Kronos iaaivvw corrupt lobbying and Improper mtfJh-od- s IUUQJUU VWt our little boy who was completely Cardui, the woman's tonic. It r Prize Collecttoi ..MuhU'f.rtti, ut- 9:07 a. m. " Moorman and cured of fits. He commenced hav iisod to Influence liglslation, IATTTBN unnecessary womanly ipalnannd u.raif I U tho Una J Tar-l- t plendMi ttaiaa. 8 law nrl. ing them at 10 years of ace and had " Rremen ...9:17 a. m. Celebrated lr ityie, rienect nr, iirapireity ima wo domand tliat such u law ho pass-t- d them for four )ears. I tried three builds up womanly strength. It is u reUakllitjr rtly, 9 yrnr. bold in neatly ttwnlsh-me- at 9:27 a. in. "Millport every city and town la He United States and doctors and one specialist but all of as will provide adoquati Mention fnta Paper. Write Try It. It will help truo tonic. Canada, or ky matt direct. Mora (old ifln them said he could not be cured, 9:41 a. m. " Anton for such practices, and, df tills any other make. Scni tar Irec cataloflte. B-- 9 you. but Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine WVSXVWVWWSVWWMAWrArV .., - . . McCAIX'S MAGAZINE and Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills cannot be otherwise accompllshtd, Arrlva MmHsnli vllln ..10:00 a. in. More aubsKtbcrs than any othct (i8ion made a comptete cure. He is now I lo eorw )hU aaa peHi di.l. tkU Talaa' we favor such measuiva as twill placet Leave Madlson llle returning, 0:03 k,. raagatlna million a rnorHh. Invaluable, liaU Happlost Girl In Lincoln. hearty and cy It has been l eoucHoa hale, ?Jlr",,Mv TV., . "- -- i7 .. mUUncry, Mr cat alylea, palttrns, draatmaklni;, I ln.trMHie, awiwu ocwi I.. .1. l.nHiln. fit 4lu. TIATk . hi .ll...ll w. three years since he had the last spell. nioni (iirLH:uv in liju uuuud u hv i..A Lincoln, Nb., girl wiltes, "I m plain aewlnp, lancy needlework, lulrdrcjriup, m MUt au aaout u jcaa tki.. farirj ; m I shall give Dr. Miles' medicines Ono faro plus 25 cents, ($1.33) for cend H. W. ftNlfekV im "WWrtSi?.L nle tlie posvr to correct this ovll had Iwn oiling lfor nno tlmo with p chquetle, cood itorlea, etc. Only 6Q pattern.a You are at year (worth double), including a Irce, i firaise wherever I go. tn use this letter as you see KlovwJi.ta Subtcrlbe today, or tend (or aamplo copy. stomauh Ai fnvor tho cixntlon of the round trip. chronic coiistiiatlon and fit and anyone writing: to me I will J ipubllo INDUCEMENTS Datos of mle July 18CU to 22nd., Ina cniiwtento and effoctim trouble I boigah ', taking idliambur WONBEBFULrostai prmgi prrmium cauiogu gladly answer If they enclose stamp to Agents, commlfeplon or tin ( granvt ito ti clusive. lor reply." and ncwcaslt prltooHcta. Address and LHvr fDabld'.s and utilities laln'a SUunach F. M. BOGUE, Windfall, Ind. Returm limit July 24th. up THE BkCAU. CO, 3M to W. 37U SL. NEW VOBJI Railroad Coiiunliislon cf tlio povr In tliroo las I nnxs ablo to bo The spucial train survlce .will b regulate sudi utllltl a. got hotter right along, I am tha and, to Dr. Miles' Nervine enact-liwrun only on following datm, July T.wolBtfli AVe dwiuind the is just what it is represented to,be, prautltet girl In Lincoln to find euch' fir n Uw wrovidlritr for bipar a medicine compounded especially a good jiwsllcluo." For feulo by nil H. E. MISQHKK, Agt tisan oantrolof inal and obarltnblo B1U in for nervous diseases, such as fits, druglsta. - (1m nl.Mlrlnn nf AU..U ..ui spasms, St. Vitus' dance, convulDeath R Roaring Fire, -- contract Farm For Sale. conviot lfibor; awl we 4- sions and epilepsy. These diseases May not result from the work of Com- nouioo Uw Uoaid of Prtein frequently lead to insanity or cause Fifty ono acroa of lmprowd ftvrm in hliinigvout tho ahlklr-ji- i bugs Mt wften eevaro burns are caus weak minds. Dr. Miles' Nervine hnd. 'UlUrity oerea t Vliloh aiy iKr- maform ed tliat make a (lulck nud for lluck-s- i' has proven most effective in relievUw uud r tiytr cJ'WRe t Ccily lovil and twnity orau of o:te- wr-.- ls i. for tlw HkNyafit of vAvm nior- - Jen's Arnica Salvo," tho uulokust. ing these dreaded maladies. arm irml troot in a Um, youilg oit cure for burns, wounds, brulsus, Sold by ell druoo'st3. If tho first bttl .Vio.iionit toBrtto ion in tad'yw. bolls, fioros. It subdue inflaniation. falls to bonoflt your money Is returned. ly s ,M ttVJ. c nlc1 Good four room dwjlilr?. n It Mils pain. It riooUw nnd hoals. MII.FR MEDICAL CO.. ntkhnrt.l'ikiLi V.. .ft. ii vj favi-- th. a'l ki . t t 1. t nvl MuJ Jtl .. of un anWliOlWot to tlx VAn con- Drjvos eff skin orupUous. ulKwru or load'.'1 pjUa od, Nioe lowttlon from i t.Auou prortdmg for th, uleotPu piles. Only 25c at all druggUts. m .w, systom of nccounttag In public otflabolition of rM iuacUjss 098 Bn1 oftlocu. Fltti.WiAh Wo oppose doublo tlon and favor a tdiorowgh revision of tho ax laws which will iually dla tribute .Uro btirdons of taxation, duoo tho rato. and not only retain tho capital mow HwaBtal but Invito in tho mvoatnwnt of other capital tho State. Wo tovor tha suhmtelon to tho pooplo or a constitutional amend nicnt oUanglng itho flcfoier of tho Oon-- -( CTal Assembly In fihu matter df taxatlon, and wben such additional law jg passed, to mafco It effectual oniy whon submitted to and approved by a majority of the pooplo who voto up on tho same. Wo iaor such regulation by Jaw as will consolidate assessment and collection of tho .taxes may so tliat tlw cost of colloctlon hn materially reduced. Wo recognize tho obligation tho Statu is under to tho disinterested men iwho have S'vcn hliAlr time and attention and of their moans to tho investigation and con sideration of (the question of tho revenue laws of the State. Sixteenth Wo favor the adoption of a Just and conservative law prolabor viding for tho arbitration of taxa-conlial- ly ad STa " " wtiM mr m Rlls, Wesp not tec dwdm Won, Lul Oiftdta, iwll of Mtat For cAm In mm. wwijp ok JWMtho died In Venoms, KMm, ImmAmhA and Site in trh anna of Jon SHw Jeve 14 1911. You, eft le Wor atmra to meet. mwunr two dew little c4tlhk-onher lose. from ub 1v As oht dfttllitg .bal She wa 'bonned in Coal oonty Il, linois, Novembur 2, 1872, ml ,mws One whom wo dd adore, to Monit Qadid at MMtafcials, Il If wo llwa m Ho wohM haw us, DM in -Paro Ka V- r r m!m from Iteri-forr- f, Amm attttHtel on Um HarMO'l aud Owswafcoro ' yaoriMMUoirjM., Can gtv immidtel pomiitdoti If maf-rio- d imlfom moved to St. LouH - linois. 27, 1003, 51o and. tliey Hw 30, Wo'H meet oa ii.lw Wher hoto. Attorney Law' Two gol ws!li, and gjml orchard year oVL Shout dlrtaweo rom HARTFORD, KY. eburch and Befeoolloui.' Prl low. Tmwb, owe ImK cai Will prafcUoe hM profeMkm in this For and adjoining otwtHke. Commr(al awl balaco on eay terms. fitrOwr Jmtorma&on osll oa and Crimlaal I'raee a Sfwclalty. BARNE.TT & FOSTER, Hai9rd, Ky. 52tf two - purohaawc waj'j" t buy Otto C. Martin at f n. Attorneys at Law, tw B-- Attorney at Law, L.FELIX, ' ns P Attorney at Law CATARRH WILSON CROWE LAWYRR8 SEEDS m .... J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public . ri.ira ",'; H. W. BUCKBEE non-pnr-tls- an GILLESPIE BROS. Martin & McKeiey Hartford, General Insurance and Y a 6 io t Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, - Electric Bitters SEEDS !" p. "Dr. Miles' Nervine Completely Cured Our Little Boy of Fits." Ky. e, pro-ven- ts to-da-y; l lHlMUrll'u -- . h. j A , HEMB& firo-mllon- ei ' . '' , , J FVI(f ' I, tf some youtg men, and as well dressed m you wlill find among us. (There arq women and older men, parties to tho BtSBBSSsVatssaatBllBaBasBBassaBMavVBSSSil? pW0UBC0ABitlFCNDED.'''lmoJ1,l business, tout tho operating agents innrliw orpnoM-n- r MiKTt fnti .h mm) trf trnnrt. I ftce mlrtn, hew to otoata patents, inula muU, I are ordinarily young anon, and shreiw I tm.riHdw.Ho- - in ALL cnilM-rmrcunning women. Tho young Jhutimr JireelteUi Waikngtm wt t'imt man will approach tilio ususpi.ctlng grtrl in 60 Acres of tho finest Rough rlvei Revelations Made PHrt and WHf nnflt Pnetlci Eulntlnlr. WrlM or oomo to ut at pollahcd niays and ipleaslnij m&nnors, bottom land located three miles west M Htatk Strati, cap. Vatta! ttatrt ratmt Mm,! with flattoring words. I of Hartford. WASHINGTON. D. C. South Bend. About 20 acres In culti"Two objects are ordinarily held vation. Good dwelling and out buildboforo tin on. Wandagio and llvtlng In ings. A bargain" for T 1,260. Society Must Adopt Quick Mcas oase or an oportualty to make money easy and dress well. All sorts of Wo have 460 acres of ftoo bottom oportunltlos aro suggested in order ures for the Protection land firom one and a half to two to find out what hto girl would like. miles of Hartford, part of It with of Homes. It is very common for a young man timber. Also about 76 acres of upeo yeahs' to say htat ho has fallen in lovo at land belonging to tho same traot EXPERIENCE sight, ille iworks out Ms plans to mar Terms easy. Imd,, July 18. JMoro i ry tho girl. Under various pretexts iSouth caixtful towelling In tho homo, an ..he gots her to go with him to A now ono and one-ha- lt story frame places, toll leg her of his aroused public aeoitlmont, a chiaf of rich building with flvo rooms and large police with a ipollce tfonw that 'will fathar, from whom luo is ospeoted rocptleon hall, built out of tho best bo on tho side of morals and good to hare. In imany lnatanota these Trade Marks selected material. Situated on Clay DCBtQNB govoramvnt.and .places of refuge for men do actually imarry the women In CopvmaHTS Ac. and Fredrlca streots, Hartford, Ky. as order to got contool Wf them. women wero given ketch and description mar Anrons striding Lot 60x205 feet Fine well of soft unfortunate qnlctlr Moartnln our opinion free whether an rorojdlys for tho awful ruin caused "Theso agents, Ilko Uie agents of Inrentlon tapronablrpatentabla. Communtea. water. All necessary out buildings. tiohistrlctlrconndsntlal. HANDBOOK on Patents by tho whtto slave trufic In a ser- tho coolie business, go where tho ant frM. mw aaancf igr ecarinirpaienu. Terms reasonable. raienu laser, ronah Mnnn to. recelre mon hero. Tho speaker was Dr. V. young ipaonlio gather, especially the 5 special node, without charge, lu the Graco cent theater or aliow, tho dance hall, H. Hickman, pastor of the Good nine room two story dwelling VIVHIIIIV IVOR Methodist Episcopal church. The talk tho parks, tho restaurants, the depart A fcandaomalr llhntrated weeklr. T.arut rlf. In Centertown, Ky., has good cisiplaoo of his regular evening mant stones. Tho most cnlatlon of anr aclentloo journal. Terms, 3 dangerous tern, good cellar, never falling well took the au rwia ojaji neivsaeaier. rear: lourraoni discourse. It was licard by a largo place for a young girl, or any woman o.astBror. New York of water, good stable and other out congregation which appeared to be who holds nigh ideals of womanhood, Branca Offlce, at VBt, Wajbtnt ton. D. C buildings, ono acre lot of ground. A Is tho dance hall. There have been ddiply Impressed .by ithe ipolntod uplendld location for family residence and the amest arraignment gathered to ruin more woman tfrom and hotel. Price and terms reasoncenthie dineo dliall than any other of the white slave traffic. Subscribe for The Republican able. Apply to Dr. Hickman took for his subject ter f dangeno In this country. Once BARNET(T'& FOSTER, Agonts, "Trdfflc in Girls." He discussed bold- the agent gets a start with the girl, $1.00 per year. Hartford, Ky. ly and opmly evil practices In vogue to dance or go to 4he show, or go at present, and told wthat he thought rldlrg ,or walking through the ark, was necessary to oHfoctlvely cunblhe he (follows ujp skillfully by going to thie soda fountain and later to the evil. Ho took for Ids text: POSITIONS GUARANTEED are "fTh y have given a boy for a har- annex of the saloon. Drlmks lot, and sold a girl for wine." Joel drugjcL iRoaEon is destroyed and tho will GUARANTEE you a position If you us real soon. We need many mora awful ruin is at hand. 111., 3. at onco to supply tho onormoua demand The girl Is in iprison, the pastor for our graduates. As soon as we got the required Dr. In Introducing his subject, V'SJsssbsbsbsbsbm number of students this offorwlll be withdrawn. So maintained, df an agent accompllsnes Hickman referred to slavery! days write at once for particulars. i "One of the blackest chapters In his mission r "Onoa the girl Is lodged In one of f history of the fliorld." said the tho mnlisler, "is tho coole (trade." Whllta these houses it Is almost Impossible said. men scoured the coasts of Africa and to get oiway," .Dr. Hlcktman fOnco tlio girl is lodged in one of made Inroads to the Interior, capBUSINESS COLIEGIB SNCOKrOBATBO turing men, women and children to these housis It Is almost ImiposslbVj W. SCHWARTZ FRtltOtrAX. rOUTSVirjIT3. KY, KSTAtlLISHICD IRQ suniV the slav market In Aanenlca to get away," Dr. Hickman said. Over and tho Islands of the sea. micro the portals of a Roman rowlry were his are roads leading to the interior of Cross's this threshold leaves . iurirUTnu;uiVfr3Kl tnat MuM almost Ibe paved manhood behind.'' The girl ithat cross &m $ r I til--J- O " KiSErEf IIIihT."ddi.trlctw( vlth tho skulls of thosi unfortunate es the threshold of ono of these dyns rmeanaeituoita "RIP "f lsdoonW to a blacker tuluro than impic i,aic;t luoaei iranrer- - nicycie lurnnnca oy ijs. uur agents eYerwnne artv ,hlrtin tit Hnm. as thoy perlsnea II Y9 aalunp money list. Ivrttt Jtr fytt fartlctilart and ifecul ejftr at met. . ah mJA '. .4 " an muflci iiuuuiKKUunmyoureceiveandapproveof rourblcycle. v;4iiia nr ' vtu'r nr Tnnft on the "way to tho Danti wver .put In song or Done lu pic to anyone, anywhere in the U.h.wttuut a ceutdefoiU In advance, trefar rtieht, and! hlnq of thi coolie trade ture. allow TJSNUAVS'FKKETIlIAI.d.itlBirwhiclnlmexoiimiivridill.Bhlcvclejn. put it JO any test you wish. It jou are tlwn not perfectly wtisfied or do not mlh t "Tiho first thing the madam doe3 "Hundreds Of them P3rished from keeD the bievcle shin it hack to mit nnrmn. ami Mfnf7Mf.MiiMfjr. to makl ,lmo to time. 03 they Wore thrown Is to take take her wearing aiiarel FAPTnDV PBIPPQ We '"niish the hiehett erade bicycles it is possible save rnUIWIII rtllUEa atone snull profit above actual factory cost. You ., , . . to $15 middlemen's profits by buying direct of us and havelhe manufacturer's guar fTOrBCam T.O ease tne Snip 111 tile and put on her nto badge of her antee behind your bici cle. I0 NOT ItUV a bicycleora pairof tires from A iblll of expense Is entered at any prut until you receive our caulosues and learn our unheard ol Saettrj lmo Of storm, or enable the COiptors and remarkaSU tftcial tfftrt many. agnlnit tho ipoor victim, "which she BlftURaWWEMl tncei Will RF flernMltJupn to rtdor agents.our beautiful cauloirueanf.f O XlOO from pursuit I S3,W when you receive VflU ,tudy superb models the opper colored cniiuren. or anese un- - is never able to discharge. Tho wretc owiru'wecannukeTouthivMr. Weseiith.hiehMtmrirMnrir.fxritoniineli factory. than any .. v....... other filled you can sen our Dicycieafti.00. nroiit above name Plate ar ortunate ipeoples In tho rice planta- - who ibrcught her thero gets a price ' a.......the We are sltlsfied withi ' unaer your own factorv cost!1 luuiuu. ir..ii.i.iia, dav received. onr prices. Orders DDUU1B I Carollnas, for her ruin, and and frequently dravfl 8KCOND UAN1) UICVCLKS. yc do not regularly handle second hand bicycles, bull lons of Florida and the "tiiiallv have . a number on hand takenJiV. initrade by our Chicago retail stores. These we clear ou pfao had not yet learned the English a (Weekly waga. It the mlsjnableivlc-tiv .promptly at prices ranging trom csj to sa or BIO, Descriptive bargain lists mailed free. ', iraportou roller chains and pedals), parts, repairs anV ongue. We shudder in this day as is refractory, or would escape, loelu VHorrD DDRVCe equipment wlieois,Linda at haltht usual rttail iricti. VOAtlltK-DHHKr.' ol all ,1 e road the stories of tne coolie she Is punished. In tlhils den she spond3 a mlsable existence. InfluHEDGETHORN I'iJHCTllRE PROOF radv are propttjtic ences are leapt about her to deaden "The IScnlptures SAMPLE SELF-HEALIN- G TIRES A IMTftODUCe, PAIR OHLY TO rheyrofrto the last agonlvB In tho her conscience and destroy lvar , The regular rttail trice of these tires it If this poor child hascamo leath of the Hohrw nation, as it was ixjo ttrtair. cm 10 mitoauce ttettrni presented in the tribie of Judea. Tl-u- s from a home where vlrtuo was taught StllycuasampupcuriortAUca5nviiinorGer,ijj. H9 MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES ssZ9ssssHfSWftSffintsnsVl cairturtd and sacked Jerusalem, her remorse at times Is biyond the SBsMa&SBSsSsSjBBBHMIttBsfF clfBSIvWSSsVsBsV NAILS, Tacks or Glass will nut let the sHfflisssBHlsLlMliKNVsiH' j.OOO miserable lieoplo were taken to power to ddJcribe. stir oat. Slxtyttliousand pairs sold last J ear. ago "Tiheso miserable slaves, are often lobron, all under 17 years of Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use. I Dt?;?PrOWiM2KlelnaUsizo3.1tisllvely Lrq iT m i i hiWPsHIWm Wf I Axsro sold and scattened, through tiho taken from one city to another, In and easy riding, veryaurntrteanaiineainsiuewun " special quality of ruhber, wliich never becomes eath n world. Thie tallest and flt-e- st order to djstry all deslreo (for a betraus anurvrnicn rinses up small uunciurcs without allow. ho thick rubber InB the air to escape, We have hundreds of letters from satis- wero reserved to grace tho 'Roman tor life, and to ibroak up all hopo of , VsB .. .. - anil puncture atrip tlllf ' fredcustomers stating tliat tlielr tires nave only been pumpi d and "D," also rlra atrip "1L" rlumph. The old and dofectlvo wera reforms. Thlmk of such a busiross twice in a whole season. They v. elgh no more than unonce or an ordinary tire, the puncture resistingquahties being given "Stncy d Oil the epot. AVo thlllk SUCJlj as this right In our midst, and some ofThin.Treciairy fabric the TanJ, ' lioibolism Is lmposalbje, e91eclally ill moii so dull In their sanslbllltles, W ""heTsoi?? KLaZtIc ?5J lamvo trwd. TheregularpriceohlTesetires'issoperpair.butfor m ,.... w idvertisinepurposesweareraaKingaspecialfactorypriceto imvmuuuu .. and void of the real lovo of humanity the rider ofonlyH 80 per pair. All orders shipped aarae day letter Is received: We ship CO. D.oa I aono 01 tun PP.rovU ions. We fivtjd tho .blaok man from as to make a plea and find excuses y jii uwuuu ui p jfi kui iiiickui uwkiuK fcc Ji.v.e w. We Will allow a send WKU CASH uuuisu ana enclose tnis aaveriiscmcm. iou run no rise i'K ihyalcal slavery at fearful cost, and for such denO and such an infornal sending us ou' order as the tires may be returned at uuu expense it lor any reason ineyarej not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as in 4 uw vuiiu.ui Uill lb niaa uiraanuiu iui traffic, d offer no apology for hbese bank. . IX you oracr a pair 01 in esc ures, you win uuu i nicy jvm nuc cuaicr, iuu iuicrt! . haivo plain words, except the love of huwear better last longer and loota.1finer than any tire... have hever used or feen at any pricej We t u$ institution of slavery to ..... you . m!11 a. II UC .J IL.t wtici juu tTMii. n tilitiuU jruu nt Ki ua juui vuetv. Ahll nia ivtiT.JG bu well ui;nxu mat. know ina. yOU Will the existeu oy tne consent 01 our manity, the lovo of a father, ivr We want you ti inri n n trial nnirr nt ruin- hence this remflrtflhle tire otTer. teaching and conduct of ray master, don't buy anv kind at auy price until you send for a pair of lathers.1' Dr. Hickman then directed 'his at- - to whom oamo Magdalene and re' cataiocue nhlcbJ ,.,. . ... tot tires at about half the usual prices. t v. ..... .. .uuo iwuue ia.vj traiicj describes and quot whom o ceived conrrasslon, and for us a postal today. DO NOTTHIltOb'BOnNaabicyleJ''0-lubut write any .man will wad Clifford Rotfs tho most tender, lovng words were ut "" .. "TJ5 ...-...- .. , cvcryiamg. oners we are matlrrg. 11 only 1 i nvn uu iuu nuiuu amvu nouei, ut uuj tored' II. I COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL ,ne ct a lilalf dozen ibooks from so As romodles for the ruin accomL. MEAD CYCLE cial wotlicns In our great cities." lie plished by tho trafficker, the. speaker said, "he will be convinced that a enumerated: "First, lot us have more canoful traffic In girls' wgndng on among us akin, to these bUtt"' crimes wo have teaohlng The homo is the drill groun. referred to. Indoou'tf, Is a slavery for right tharaoter. The girl must be LUNCS wd mono dogradlng and desvjucth1?! than In a largo sense lie ow Ideper, annd nd S cramptly oblmloed In tako ever tho lilack man knew t, his (bond jot 'M all know, and must all eouutrles, or no feo. Wt obula PATERTS THAT PAYJ, adrerusn Unm thoromrlly, ( our for too was protected from fme of knowledge of the fact, that hero arte ipease, anduelp you to tuccets. those unsnoakablo vices for ooiirmer-ol- al manif weak and 111 organized homes, Bend tpodel. photo or sketch for FREE report oa patentability. M years' practlca. sttdii-men- ts wit of which you cannot expect good reasons. Theso ana not REFEFICNCCS. For t ft Oolda Book on I'rofltaula ratents wilta to from a fanatic .Mr. Roe mas Itharaoter. No only so, 'but tihero is a 03-BO- S Seventh D. rge por cent of girls that are weak, asslafant stato's attorney la Chicago WA SHINGTON. Street, C. aN of thai Ibelleve easily, unsuspecting for years, and Is now president ANB ALL THROAT AND LUN6 TROUBLES. tho American alliance to preyont tho fectiViiate children, that do mot mean wrong, ,but are ao and wok traffic In girls. QUAKANTKED 8 ATiarAQSOXtt OR XOXEY KEFUITDED. "Nine hundred men were driven tahat iljey becomo easily the prey out of Chicago at one time, whose ctf wrong No man can Interpret the uuslnciw was to supply the trade of Lord's ipraver, wliich was glxm for tho houses of lU fame. This Infam- our dally bfyad, and not feel a senso Ladies! Save Mosey and Keep im 1 ous ibuatnoss is not confined to the of responsibility to hip protect and Style by Reading McCall's great cities. It baa its agents all save tho weak. "Second. iA us have an aroused Migaike asti Using McCall Patters over the country. .Thero Isn't a town of any considerable size but what Is publlo sentlm'en and publicity ot conSPECIAL OFFER'.ml McCan'sHsisilatWllt Baalaea. A afVHsis U U Nawperaunaat otw WH help jou dirss slrl visited try these agents, and not a ditions. Thiero lit a sentimental, a M trial will suk H MKAIL'J MaGAZ1 Islilr at a moOcralo W saoayraluna. toil Uau. Saaraftieattuasit4 ot joar SJ cxpenioby kaoplnK village lu all the country that hasn't fected modesty 04 tho part ot some M m you postosl oa tba VtMtA-L- - rAUAjlsfMQlMiMBaRaktlrUa. at some time suffered from this in- - people, that shy viround dlsousslous Vfl F WsTSspaT CWieCtsaPSaa aousn, amfrMM V latest rash Ions In tatTssjKKpKSMntjprBHH 8yMu. mum Uj. SJ VMaStTlMU cl()iliei anil Uau, 60 itemed tr&Hlc, Look over the, (files tliat lead to Information on this awIitf,Sttu. btiub, SJ J lnmliir"'T. r.- Ittgia. ej bOTl Fashion DcsIcds Tutta, U Swlpl SlCTlmH rna, IUn hrn)pua VU,."4 It tyef foots wore lu each Issue. Also of your dally papers and you will see ful (business. ouSj, Bj..hj. n u4 taiij tai Mm Tullaa, M&. m. valnnblo iLfurmollou reports of glrjts leaving ihoana mysber- - brought ibeore Ifus, VpuiblJc bplndoiii SUAsUIITlUW TS PUCAH; i ii nil Iwiii.o sua per. MWrtUMiy M(fMlUJ4Mrl I buiiul iiruttura. Oulr lously, of men Involved in scandals, would arise and destroy this bruslnessi SJ s nwm . SJ CCc a year. Incluilinif cWwa. If you Some of our nawspapWs am always t1tti'--Vof suklcWs without iiVrrttia M sill Miff aai1ia.il P'ts -l u fri'O pJlWrn. kt u MiIIIijUmiI. Iwaak at MbMHK. -k tods or scad will got at the iboUcmi of theso scan-dat- e ready to inform tlio public on this Mcmmsm all aJiw sm a., Mi ruMia, Mit4MWitU,lklHa4nMM. miiiinnnssi.'-fur frco tauiplo copy. H III auKl ruin you will find In many kind and klodred toplcs.iso necessary ab OasMtassaratlsa r a wniiiws. mmhiSJI MfaUrHrainllteiiahayniiiomnkolnyour HiVaMl7ltU .'ul(n.Aua,Mitl.kanUl M CNmi liociu. .L.i jirn.iiluu)u clotliliiirfor the miwl"UIJllk. txpuianlrato S lurtancea It la the work of tho sIavm for our moral solvation. ) But SWaja lalitvatsHwtkaMtaaujua. JS m yoursoir aui rUIWr' tilli will bo crroct JKUUlWiMV.1" pulpit und tiio relgliaua neunolet lu style For Sale REMEDY FOR WHITE ATAllv Vniin mon frimuAnlltf ma hjnSj Real Estate! SLAVHRAFFIC are No Man is Stronger Than His Stomach A strong man Is strong all over. No man can be strong who It suffering from weak stomach with Its consequent Indigestion, or from some other disease of the stomach and its associated organs, which im aira digestion and 1'or when the stomach 1 weak or diseasednutrition. a loss of the nutrition there Is contained In food, which is tho source ot all physical strength, when a man "doesn't feel just right," tina Hit iiHnmfnrnLlia IMAM wjatl WIIM ilM rtriattsn" wsj mw uuhh 3 rr UIIVVMItUI IUUIU iVbJ ( feeling in the stomach after eating, it languid, nervous, irritable and deiposaV he it losing the nutrition needed to mako strength. cnt, ShcA a man should use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical s) a by-Minis- ter rJJMri jjrnjun 11 Jfc at IflEiL ' it curca dlseaaea ot the stomach and other ot digestion and nutrition. It enrlchca the blood, iavl&oratca the liver, atrcn&thena tho kidneys, nourishes the nerves, and so GIVES IIETWTlt SIND STRENGTH TO Discovery, or&ana THE WHOLE BODY. l, cer-jba- in You can't afford to accept a tecrtt nostrum as a tubstitute for this non alooholio medicine OP known composition, not even though the urgent dealer may thereby make a little bigger profit. Ingredients printed on wrapper. MM Jllll. A single motion is quicker to make SPEED is Straight-lin- e, key-for-every-character than two. needed to make any character desired on the complete, Only one motion keyboard of the easy action light running WE r"7j' Model 10 raKdyiafJsssHaslskSC SmMb Pi'Mer Write (01 UMM llllll "",T.. "",?" -' infoimation to sMssssssHsrssr iV rValsf !' "' -- The Smith Premier" Typewriter Company, Inc W'SsiSS3tl$3jsi1Ts' JBBaSBSaSavSaraBSSaSasaSaSasWTtV V ST. L0UIS.M0. EBSSkJ . " issssK Isssssf - -- d, 8 50 - 4! 5 ... d ' lm -- 1 Y?0"?.0"''" cl nun 1 11 -- 1 U ?? 3"LlZf"?. J. V.?11S&?V8MZ m.(.. w .1 KILLthc COUCH CURE ths w Dr. King's New Discovery F0RC8i!ur,.aSffi. TRADE-MARK- IK BULBSI Sllu,fil SW-l- ruM, ...a tftrY gub-ri'ri- s w iKJiiolilt-fiir niium. Pt Uuu 15 bund for huv I'vllcii) ( utalouo, i Ywi Tim Prcria'i for cotllnif HlH, acibptioui ouioiiit jourl.jrmU. MtmI lorlae l'rculum ( amlKua mill Call 1'nzo Or.tr. iMAu. csxNtiy, ;u hcv rsac cwols W WW Sir ta i w74 smooth assist in tfiio rulBatlott of girls .was the next aaW: of tho mlBastsr, who "The ajpats of tttta 0ulneas aregea oa lt avt8 governeimnt and a law oibldlnlg. 'Wlhere Is it Fair. ever you. have a chleif of police tied Did you over send to Chicago for "up with the saloon business, 'Wink- - a 'bill ot hardware and find wiheh It lla1 forgotten CO cts. Ing at (gambling dens, you may be camo at 1 to worth of nails? Did you send sure there is pnlvlltige and graft in , siUL4itiir dui uiuciii ui aiiu. juu &, n the traffic of girls. fPho chlJi of po- the hardware store and buy them? lice In auy city where iuul!c senti an Did jou ewr send away for lumber can advertlsod sp cial value in ment lias any moral soundness on re sunivss and dHvo out and helii ibretik or sash and doors and find up generally this 'whole traffic in ceipt of tho goods tliat the mall or- the of Oin lxwl!a and souls of men and iwo - .der houso "forgot" somu (essentials? Did you send away for men. baalnce or did jou go to tho "Fourth. l.ot us ihavo iplaoos of wlutt wa3 fug. provided for those, unfontunatewio local lumber dealer to men. It Is a travesty on govern- - missing? Did j'ou oyer solicit a contribu-fo- r niont and the duties of moral upltft from some land us to havo nothing mare to of- - tlon for charity fer the ninflontunatd woman than for pnomotlon comrany a thousand miles on away or from a mail order houso our ipolloo judgo to say moe lcavo the town at once. Have wo no In Chicago, New York or San to thoso unfortunate. Cisco? If j'ou havo tried It you know It creatures? They are our daughters. Many of them havo iboen led to ruin won't work. But you dorf't hesitate go after tho real estate man, In our minds by our fathers.brothers to and sons. Hove we discharged ourdu- - tho grocer, the hardware dealer or ty when wo havo driven this poor the lumberman here at homo when to Jiau havo some little mony rafcalug cru.turo to the public highways carry ruin to other towns and other schemo to put through. And genor- ally they "como across" without a homes?" find murmur. "When these miserable ones In other words, do you (play fair thoy cannot got away from tho dais thoy commit sulcldo." said Dr. Hlok-ma- n. with your friend, the local business a Or do jou uso him as "In tho 5,000 victims of vice man? pea j'caT reported by tho oammilttoo convenience and send your money roal tnado clsewhero? In Chicago, the larger number como and Every dollar j'ou spend nt homo from this class of vletlmlzem humanity. When they do theroforo cry to adds to tlio wealth of this communaway us Ifor reform and help, as hundreds ity. Every dollar you Bond If you are Imexpected ot detracts from it. of them do, it would bo tho better human nature to respond bued wJUi local as well as national Christian patriotism you will keep your money to this call, not to say you teaching, in helping provido doors of at home in every case whoro can get as great value as hero hopo." "Our .board of health," asserted the elsonhero. Give our business men a minister in conclusion, "will quaran- ohanoo. tine scarlet fewir and dlphtlierla or any other contagious, dangerous dls- FOR FLETCHER'S praise etaso, and two aujnort and them for those laws. But tlio unfor-tunaI woman fleeing from death and with death, cannot got away from Savos Two Lives. "Neither my elstor nor myself miga tho depraved, vile wretches without the ihelp Christian civilization J 3 ex- be living today. If it had not been for not Dr. King's Now Discovery" writes pected to give, and if it doas glvo should not call Itself Christian. A. D. 'McDonald, of nayottcvillo, N. who C, H, F. iD. No. 8, "tor wo luoth hud AH honor to tho good peoplo bsn'o tnado and are making conditions frightful coughs that no other remedy bettor for Uuo homoless iglrl and wo- could holp. Wo wero told my sisman in our midst. But there da a ter had consumption. Sbo was Tory larger work to do. Tho lovo of hu weak and had night bwoata (but your manity, not to say Christian phll&n-thropy- -i wonderful modlclno completely cured ought to boo these opportun- us ibobh. If s tho .best I over uued ities and respond as liberally, utfoast or heard of," For eoro luugB.oouglis, for the girls and women, as Ifor the colds, hemorrhage, lagrlpe, oaamia, class, hay fervor, cough, wlwoplag cough boys and men. .For neither Itavo a teteaze raMtionsUilltlti "Thrkl. Let u) have a ch)of ot po- howovier,hrva wo begun to dl&chargo all bronchial troubles ite Buprome. 6O0 tho Trial bottle tree. and 9 1.10. lice and a polleo force UiatXwllI be our whole duty lu vrobectlng n. Guaranteed by all druggists. oa 4iv aide of tho morals ail good WjeaJc and rescuing the fallen." m ct. re-'t- he gt I ! Chllaren Cry S- to C A STOR A ut .i Ai j.ik. AiUi.w,ii .: SATISFACTIOrJ of the VMton, aWiowgh gho14 hivve ban 3 to t i tesehiar. Thorp, of Mellenry, wm eAUwd pafe Air. Luther Imtok out plaee aMenklad iraeatfAs and every on.3 declared ke lBBln. Tfcta ,waa oonWM fey rery-oIt'WM in the tMrd iwnhm that the ninth k wore lt.-eA- IALDKITD1. Ko) toigrm at Jiriy ithk fTaylor' place iMojky wHk Mr. C. e. UNCLE of his1 baiikaa of March SAI r Thorp atter the game (teetered himself tihat he was out WIwb Thorp was called mfe there www slrottdy two oute, and tlila should tame lton three oub. After Uils dootalon was made two scores were rurt ia. GABIB. NOTES ON WEDNESDAY 'HltH for Mellenry, 8; for the Lo. cate, 7. Struck out toy Pjmwnan arid Rjiy-nol- 'm nd iwWe, of ihbs at Cromm'etl 10; .by Barnett 12. Anderson, of MdHeiwy, 'amdo a long sixth drive In the connfleld in the ankl mado a tome nun Wahehmd and ReyThroe baag-ffnolds, i 1vra baggens Thomas, King, Kcn-daf- ll s and .Mitchell. " ' THOMAS MONUMENTAL WORKS HARTFORD, KY. Ik One 'base hits Carpenter, Thomas, N, Taylor 2, Thorp, Kendall, Peiin ,, (, man 2, and Williams. lErrors were made nearly avijry imln- utxj ; both toaras. was The batting of tho Visitors ono of their weak points. In the fourth inning Jt was great to see Barnett strike out three nijn, one after tlie other, when ovory (base was full. The crowd went iwild aver Al, and ho was tlio hero. The suippont of the Hartford Itoam to Bfe.se Ball News Saturday no SattiKtiy Hartford again won. with a torrlbte d Rjaver Iani on could ko p from admiring their another game, wli-n score Jovial maimer and happy spirit all sot down iu diifoat, with ft of 15 to 0. The garni was played on through tly gamo, and oven whon the local lot and witnessed ,by a large ti.k last inning had boan ended they of the teams wa3 wt'i) ariRuuntly as iappyas when th3 cromd. Tlio llne-ui first liad end 3d. That is tiho kind of as follows: 1 that Is injoywd Iby anyone, an Hartford Waloeland, 2b; fThamas, f ; Hunter, lb; Robert- tli-- j locals arm glad to j)lay with that r t; son, 3b; Taylor, s a; King, c; Elgin, kind. c f; Barnett, p. M. Beaver Dam C. Anient, 2b; jtor, 1 f; II. Plummcr, r f; C. B. Vtylor, lb; N. Taylorfe'Sb; Brown, a s; II. James, c; N. Peters, ef; n. Davis, p. A Tho score: ever put up in a local game- - t J. Taylor fell dawn on thioliocalfl land was not alblo to do his usual 'J good work, Tiimo after time ho . made some of the worst plays c itho enI tire game. Barnett twos about the fawakest last it (i pLa-jiln- K J Inelngs Hartford B. Dam Sisgles Jlartfond " BoB&les JTr3iIos 0002042109 Bjavor " " 10; 4; 3; 5; 11012370x15 " " " 12345G7S9T (Dam 7. " ' " 9. FiMed out " C; " . " a. Base on .balls " 7; " " 1. Hit y Pitcher " 2; Home Runs For Beaver Dam, N. TSiyJor and 'N. Patera. For tHartfond, Wakeland, Taylor and fniioinas. Struck out by Baraiett 10; (by Davis auul Taylor 9j Left on ibasoa, Hartford, C! Beaver Bam G. The time elf game 1 hour and 55 ml utts. and Otto Umphvs, Wavy LUes, B WW Dam, (C. (Martin, of Hartford. ' Brrors "7 " 0. " 5. Ely's of All tha good qualities Cream Balm, solid, are found in Li quid Cream Balm, which is intendod for use in atomizers, Tfliat it Is a wondenful remedy for Nosal Catarrh Is proved by an out of testimony. It does not dry It nor rasp the tender allays tboinflamationand goes straight to the robt of tho disease. Obstlnlte old weeks. cases liave yielded In a low Resolution of Respect.) All druggists, 73a, Including sprayBeacon Lodge No. 273, I. O. ,"). P. ing .tube, or mailed by Ely Bros., 5G MoHenry, Ky. ' Warren Street, New York. The death Angel has again inaded our ranks and taken from our number Just Half in Bed.' a true and loyal brother and Ugain CJyde.ICy. iMrs. I. A. Decker writes brings to us that sacred admonition, from Clyde, "I recommend Cardul, ".Man that is .bom of woman is tut the womanTa tonic, to any ttoman in few days and full of trouble." Whertos, Tho Great Architect of need of a remedy. Ear five years, 1 all was unablo to do my work. Half mj; the Universe, He that doeth time "was spent In bed. At times, 1 things well IhpB eioen fit in His inficould not stand. At last I triod Car- nite wisdom to call from, his labor lodge dul. Now I am wioll and happyand here on earth 1 that grand can do my own work." Don't suffer pain, headache, backache, and other womanly anlsjy when your own drug gist lias on his shelf a remody Cardul B-get a bottlo for your shelf. to-da- y. LIABILITIES. LIABILITIES. Capital Stock .. ..' .. .. 250,000.00 Capital Stock 250,000.00 Surplus Fund .' 2,500.00 Surplus Fund Helpless as a Baby. 6,500.00 7,916.23- - Undivided Profits .. .. 12,594.68 Undivided Profits Valley Heights, Vfl. Wrs. Jennie B. 180,000.00 Circulation 230,000.00 Kirby, in a latter from this plaoa, Circulation .. .. Deposits 770,607.82 675,167.51 Deposits says: "I, was elck in Ihcd for nine 1 months, with womanly roubles. " $1,268,702.50 $1,115,583.74 was so weak and hclptassj at times, I couldn't rnlso my head tofftho pillow of all Bank failures are caused by employes VCIII rowing too much of the bank's capital. NONE I commenced to bako Oartiui, and I saw It was helping me, at cnoe. Now of the employes in the I can work all day." As oAtoinic, for weak women, nothing has bdSn found for fifty years, that would lake tho can borrow one cent out of that bank. Make the United States National place of Cardul. Try a botftld your banking home. It will loan you money or pay interest on time 8 will suroly do you good. It deposits. DIRECTORS. I Id n Ch E.T. Franks, J. W. McCulloch.J. T. Griffith, John Thixton.C. E.Birk, FOR FLETCHER'S J. J. Sweeney, Lawson Reno, Henry Wile, Dr Aretaeus Kirk. Sunday. Air. 'Lennt AMwlwiur and (family vteltied Dibs twole, Mr. of PJneh-w- , Trip Taylor jSunday. iMr. . JI. Tomejnce, wife and two daughttvs, (Rhoda fettd Cora, spent Sunday With Mrs. J. H. Bmbry. Messrs. Roaeo and BWner Bfrtbry viaitod Air. Norval Lcch, Sunday. (Mr. Jkn Web and wKe, of Plnche-c- o, vlslkid Mr. C. iHawm and family, Sunday. iMr. T. Davis and fiamlly of this place wont to Cromwell Sunday. :Mr. Lon Leach spent Sunday afternoon at Rev. J. 'H. Emftiry's. iMr. James Sanderfur and family, of Hortom. via! tod hla brother, Air. Elvis Sandijrtur Sunday. iMr., Anthur Haven spent Saturday night with Jlr. Perrymani Emhry. iMr. CI Roslne, Rains, of passed through hero Monday, air. J. W. Taylor and family, of tills iplaoa went to Mr. J. C Loach's Monday to boo Mrs. Taylor's brother, Mr. Gtjongo Leach, .who raturn3d home Sunday night from Illinois. calls your attention to a comparative statement 7, 1911, made to tho comptroller of tho currency, and of same date 1010, whioh shows an increase of more than A, $150,000.00 In. One Year March 7, 1910. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts.... Overdrafts U. S. Bonds and Pre- miums Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures ... Cash ? 69,850.08 Due from ' Banks Mmfc 7, 1M1. RH0OUACJIS. 764,763.71 Loans and Discounts ..$ 640.39 Qvertkarts U. S. Bonds and , Pre181,146.53 mlums . Banking House, Furni-22,000.00 837,937.34 708.92 231,906.91 20,000.00 Cash tore end Fixtures fS0,4.99 ' .. - Dim from r ...imjrjt 't and S. U. .Banks "and"!. 157,033.11 Jl.115,583.71 Treas. 87,183.03 S. Trcas. 97,684.43 , 178,150.33 1,268,702.50 v WPp Punf United States National Bank re - Cry 1 O A STOR h A on high (wbere peace and harmony over prevails our beloved brother, James Cooper, who departed this llfo June 22, 1911. Therdfore be it Resolved, That in the death of Brollher Cooper this Lodge has lost a faltllful member, the family a kind and loving brother and son, and the oonwnunltiy a loyal, trustworthy citizen Resolved, That we extend to the family our hmntfelt sympathy, realizing that words cannot fill the ach ing void, .but pointing to that fountain on thigh from whdeh all .blessings flow. n9 Rosolvad, that a copy of those; (be spread on the minutes of this Jodgo, a copy be sent to the be-- -reaved family of pur ibeloveUl (brother, and a copy fco sent to each of the County papers for publication, A. THORPE, il ixfeo-u(lo- SAM JAiMES, . A. J. WAKELAND, Committee. C YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYH Answered. 'Bitiesm-- . LHE STEVEN'S 1US B-.T HAD A HOLIE SATURDAY. IN game In the latter part of tho Wi Stevens was substituted hy the for N. Peters, tho Renter IksdbaTl spirit! la ibegluriliig to gt visitors woasud in many of the smaller towns fielder. It Is eaid tliat Stevens dela - West rn Kentucky. Wo notice clared that Barnett could nvei! "tsw" that the Mulilrji.ibong ISontlntol lias him, but he did just tlw same. steanUia a baaJball idcijiartmient, regular of slm-Lrar to tils oiw. gilt Tho locals tja.V'3 Al. Bnruott cdfie suwwrt Saturday. In quo Inning tbero were only tbreo .balls .pltdliod. by Barnutt, aiul iM3to! tlie .Locate U'OIlt tO tilt) lxut llrJXt, . Not only piyrw-s tils Ui Btfpport of the Ifor tlw Locals cood Saturday but eo was io nodtlner by a Jxivy of young Ladim that went to tlie lAn effort Is being madvj 'by Col, KJtnie In thvj wasoji af the Hartford ann Ca aihey wevo iwoll equViipod Casybiar, manager of tho Locals, to and secure a more convenient diamond. wUh honi3 and strong lungs, have abdut Ibeen tiny tooiin miu inokot. ThoUa in Arrang-njntto got a location in the Mc- tbe fcancli wire: Misaoi Jtqhbto Bar nard oad Rutli Tliomaa, of Jladlaoa-viSle- c Itonry meadctw, which would "be an Wedding, ldjal aiwt, whjn worked with a few Hflttlo lUluy. Nora com-plot- td team About lialf of the the leca's will leave today with Co. H to attend tha encampment at Orwll, uoar Louisville, and they will be amtiy from Jiome over two Saturdays, and Ifor that reason thre will 'by tlw locals for two bo no wooks- - It is the intention of those who go iwith the soldiers, however, to get up a anatah gam? with some of tho other compankts at camp. "Will you allow mo ito aak you a question?" Interrupted a man in tho audience, "Certainly, sir," said tho lecturer. "You have given ius a lot of figures immlgraitlon, iof inoreaso about wealth, tho growth of trusts, and all that, said the man. "Let's see what you know about flgurts yourself. Haw do you Iflnd tho great fit common, divisor? Slowly anld deliborately tlie orator took a glass of water. Then ho ipodnt- ed his finger straight at tho question er. Lightning flashed from his oyoa, and replied In a valco that made the gas Jot quiver." "Advertlsd tor it, of course, you fool." CTho audience cheered and yelled and stamped, and the wretched man who had asked the question crawled out of the hall n total wjnock Tit- Bits. Never leavo homo on a journey without a bottle of Cliamberlain'e Col-lCholera and Diarrhoea Remedy;, It is almost certain to he needed 'and nannoi ho obtained when on board th ears or steamships. For oaloJiy ',si all drucsists. SEND YOUR BOY TO' MATHENEY & BATTS Vanderilt Training School FOR BOVS li.KTG-N.- , - KY. o. Maxy HuiIU It Hoy, IKutnloo days. ! r Notice in Bankruptcy. tJC in tho matter or Ileneor &. A.shby a Bankrupt W On this day of July.Ay D.,1911, on considering the portion of the ciforosald (bankrupt for i discharge filed on tlie 14tli day of juno. A, D'. 1911 it Is ordered hy fjno court that a hearing bo had upoa the same 'o tho 9Ui day at S.iptenjbor, A. D., 1911, Court AVhile nlaylwg In a praotlco gamo before said court ayKederal bull dopo uvurf wttuk. Monday a&jtrooon Otto (Martin se- Hall at Iwutavillo, MCy., in said disThe visitors uniluuhtodly!hadajdwol verely Hinaluod hjs foot, vhlch gave trict at 10, o'clock in the forenoon, or as near thereto as practicable, and oS a. player in Ijtift Kliddur Mjrle !'-or- . him much ialn 'for a few days. Ho nvuiti uuhiu mf tho ibeat ptaj'ts that notice thoixpf tx published em Col. Caseblor got up a inlxod team time in HanfcSord llapublican, a newsby local Satuitlay avr faaa, and uv'oryonni .waa praising his Monday aftunuoan Otto Martin e- paper printed ita Hald district, a4 Lfttlo Coka,'l3. it was ibeo bad, but that all known creditors and okMr work. Petty'B aggrogatlort got It put on may appear t Tine lid k) on la tats city on fruiuiay tlWHi badry. Six innings wero (ploy- IwrsoiiB in iiwerost saUl time and! place and eliow caiMWt ball playing and thopuwtlllboiioiitorti ed and tlio score was 23 o 7. If any they have, why the prayer el eritbyaaytwifor tlw city dadiliavo aald ptlUQnor should not be gmabvL pMMl an ordioanoo prohibiting it Uuntor, King and Barnott were the Honorable IVaitr aari Imtpoateg a luavy iflue for viola-If- tho ones who niado brw Ibaite hits Wltncw Evans, Jld of Mid Court, and Mm oi the onUmnoi. llowurar tha Saturday. evr Tho Locals andd McIIwiry flayed sjal thevaof, at Qwensboro, Kmiuawy, Msalar HarUbnl tuaan bs in a Htejda aw bro an Bun- - on j of tlw moat iutoreti4ig gasves July, lddtetrfet, on the litli day "et Hhuwd A. D., 1911. i i , o. JK'aara. llswota and IKt Magan; It is thought that arrangements wll Tiee Burns, J. C. Bamaixl and W. T. bo made to get Hearer Dam and MeI'nlltutoa. afterllon ry to play lwre noon, since half of the Locals will vlslUtrg Among tbo fans trom Ba.vc9r Dam SiLunliy .wo wwro glad be away from homo. to Hue our old frlowd Frank Oray, of Second ibasjman Wakiotand and Frjaru Point, t,Msa., who la Visiting Cataher King tire two ikiw recruits &Jm rarenta at l)ijavir Dam. Is 1I for Company H, and they "wiH vlay iSoicg well in tftw South and lias a hall, as wull a drill Jlloo aaldlers at Sod jKXiltton fu a "bank, and addud the eacampmenu that ho was djliLtod to road our A limited select school for boys. , Faculty Our patronage Has of college-trainemen. come from several Southern States. Twenty-fou- r different towns in Western Kentucky represented, this year. Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Hot and Cola" d 4JJ0 Baths. Extremely healthful location. $1,000.00 recently spent on improvements. NO SALOONS IN THE TOWN OR COUNTY, Moral excellent. UNEXCELLED AS A SCHOOL FOK YOUNG BOYS. siir-roundings 1k Year Begins Septeml?er 6, Write for catalogue. Address all commun ications to Nineteenth V Ml - v Dsk "B" MATHENEY & BATTS; f I ,Wldle Boavr of tho season Wednesday afternoon Dam hoys went down hore. Tho acore mas 5 to 3 la faror A. O. RONALD, Clortc. M. IS.. DUNN, D. C. rBcrP