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The Hartford republican: July 28, 1911 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 hao1911072801_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: July 28, 1911 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. he Fine Job Work. VOL. XXIV. I ?fattff0t$ Itejwljlicim. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY. Subscription $1 per HARTFOKD, OHIO COUNTY,fKY., FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1911. ha said: "Emory (meaning !1b broth er) saw mo hore today amid scolded mo for what I had idono, but ft. ffl now too Jftta to 'rag' mo aboultl it, for I haMo a position with Unclo Sam, nuihdoh I did not npiply for. it talccB soano peoplo a long tlma to learn samo mmse, ibut I guess I will havo hien I g3st out of this." Elamo Clifford statod that his cousin, Jesse, who was anresUid at Hantfoixl, had nothiing to do with tho toogus monoy, but tried to ko;p him from making it. i 'What ara tho people at going to do Wjtih you about tho mob panticlpatioms," osloed young was Sohroa'er. "They will havo to wait until I get through hero ibafona tlwy, can miv I was in the crowd, as as Jesse, mho is charged wi'ah tho me thing I aim ohangod with, but I nor Jesse "was arnned, ana di not stnlko or shoot tihb nogro." HAD 500 SHEETS. chioater said he had 500 shoots of panerft'hlch Iw vaa slntiaing himself, .which would make six bills to tlio ehojt, and that hecouM hwto twenty dollar mado ?6O,O0O wortli-o- f bills; $30,000 worth of ten dollar bills, or $15,000 worth of five dlllar bills. The task of .sintizing the paper was tho iiaixl-js- t task in making the monoy. J'oss.9 Schrodter, .wlio (wa3 reloasod on boind, Clifford left abated httat homo a couplo of days ibefone fading arrestMd, as tho roault of a quanrol with Ws bratlwr, who bad him for making hte "ibad" money. Schroetor's mqthtT is residing on th)j studlo,and his wifu and one-yeaold girl are at her father's homo in Rackport, Ky. : Yar N..2 IIMI HIKiTI HS PLEAD GUILTY OUR BIG I FIRST LOST WIFE AND THEN LIFE with them for a W3ddlng breakfast At 2:45 they were cm an. dghtsn-hou- r train headed fox .Now York, whero Strang was Echodulod to CAMP NOTES FROM ORELL War Correspondent of Re INDUSTRIAL Edition Will be a moth Edition. Many Inquiries No start Van-djrb- Ut training ibho next day for tho Sensational Discovery in Hartford. Clifford Schroeter and Odie Simp- Mam- Because He Was a Demon For Speed. Made Lewis Strang will no Longer Married Being son Held For Making Counterfeit Money. Early Saturday morning Jn dteal of excitement was aroused this alty when It bocamo known that Copt T. E. Halls, of tho axrot department at Indianapolis, and jser-vJco About It Expense Spar- Flirt with Death ed to Make it a Success. d That great interest Is being in our Big Industrial Edition is proven iby the many inquiiits coming to 'Mils offlqa about it Briefly, It will ibo tho largest and most compTahemEUo edition of tho kind over attempted in Ohio county, or this srctLan of Kentucky It iwlll bo handsomely lllualirated, and printmanl-ftBte- Miss Spaulding. A "special from Chicago IStnamg, 1 says: .. 'Lewis whoso namo stood ntnr for unbridled daring iwhenjvoir motor racing is knawn.dlcd a vlqUm to the needle ssrj3sis which aiuEicd' hfs ipooently to dhioroo Mm, Baro of a hundirod lueartHchllling w-if- l c v V U.' S. Marshall Charles Niah-ol- s, g of Qwenaboro, had found flirtations with d'oth on tracks en the f loading stuoutfit wIkjto to run a mile a minute was dio, which Sb operated .by Messra ed upon a (flna grade of book (paipor. like standing still, it was left to fThe Sahrodtor. fesiso and Clifford Tho Republican will spare no oxipcraa3 Strang to nwot his icnd im n fejvUd ro--1 officers arrived hero luBoro day Saturor labor in making it a publication lability-- irun. day morning and went imrclxliately which will rodcuEd x thi cnodlt of emHla car oMcTturned oflf an to tho photograph boat, whero Lucy Hartford and Ohio oounfly, anfd in) W- - bankment twanty nlmo Cram Jcssj found lite outfit, and placed our Richland Cenitier, ost ou:sit!s to investigate in Southern WisSabroetor under arnast claims tas coo of tho best cities and consin. Otbims In tho snachiine Btforo itho.rtaln left that morning oountiks in Kentucky. The tediitton injury but tlio young l'aojr lor Qwenaboro Jesse Schroeter was will ibo without display odr.vrtlsnig, wias crush d und;r tho footboard. lniterviqwod by Tho Republican n but will ibo a lien picture of th groat So hotly In. ithd volus of Liwis his land atoutly declared raitairal advamtages of Ohio county, Stirang ran the desire for Hpied Kiluit inmooanco Jn the mattor, and clailm-i- d our und ovolopad reqouro s.our scliools, It foro-n- l ant" subordlnatlcittall dtilten his cousin, Clifford, was the one chunclifcB, tlacsrot and fnatonnal organ consideration. First his "wiIEo and who did the work. Oapt Halls exHERBER1. izations, mineral and oil lands, cftc, then his lifrj km e saorifiotd to Its pressed Ids belief of tho innocensa as well as historical, industrial and gratlflcaUon. badly. July 18. Rain Is no:dod Strang's 3onio of of Jesse Schroeter as did the many biographical articles which will be friends say tho first hast'nsad the Farmers are very busy cutting grass. .friends of the young man (who gathInteresting,, instructive ami beneficial. second. Rev. G. W. LMwrenoo filed his ap loft ered at tho statiion before ho In a word, It will bo nn edition which pointment Saturday and Sunday. Slnoj tlio btiautlful woman, known Further details of the matter which will nak)3 outsiders "eet up and look." Miss Canio JSwln, an excellent on (tbo s'ag3 as Loiulso AVexjindier,dt-vorco- d took place at Qwanjsboro its told as Wo Hipprociato ttefact that a good, Notice Jo, Taxpayers. him on the principal ground young lady of Lften years died at t follows by an Owonaboro paper: county cannot bo mtuLj due. Any Hvo city and Taxes, he was too heodless of his lUo the ateUkmce of Mrs. Isaac Crow the Pleading guilty to the charge, of with dronos, and a city is Just iwlhat that luii-a- , g ofat the Strang appeared levon ICtih. Her funeral was prcach.jd at passing bogus ono can manufaoUiring arid and its people want it to be, no boVJiT, Monday by T. H. BLACK, S. O. C. fice. mcffie'' caress of death. Ho became Panther Crk Church monoy, Clifford ISohrojtor laud Odlb no worse. The live progressive poo-pl- o a demon on tho track and on uho Rov. Clooro Corl y. Simpson, tho two young men arrestmako tho liver towns, and. "knook-on- l" CROMWELL. Mrs. Newman Harden, and children. ex ed In Henderson, Waived their should alwiays romembsr that road he t?o imeid totally incapable of niodtsratp of Oweneiharo, visited at J. B. Cham- amining tnial before Commissioner July 17. We ore still dry and dm?-t- y thero oro as many trains eoing out kojiping a car down to spoocL bars, Monday might J. A. D.ian, Jr., Monday morning and at this place. Wheat threshing as thtma are coming In. lit $1,000 is tho orator of tiho day. weato sent to Jail In Strang broke an arm about the Mr. George Chamberlain who has That this Industrial Edition Is to recently anived from tlio PhlUippIno honda. Mrs. John iB. .Taylor, of Now Mox-lcbo .published ' Is an afcsural fact, for middle of June during a race in KeJoasa Sahroeter, cousin of Clififord is htsro at tUe bedside of her wo havo emsag'.d thu ftirvlct of nn nosha and it is said not to havo b.uii Islands a f tier 25 years Jn tho U. S. who was arreted by Marshal Nichols mdtlujr, M.rs. Kahn, who has a so- - expertomoodBnantotakochnrgO of the strong enough to attempt ho weari- Army and f.ho lias retired with a .and Secret Sonvioe Agent Halls, on voro attack if typhoid. run this handsome pension for Hfie, is with ane paying him for hi3 Unr some grind of tho state work and , floating studio at U iBro. Jno. Burden, cf Earlington, Hoiw good am edition it .will ba reals week. It is thought this weakness his mother, iMrs. Solomon the Schroeter sister of PelMle, visiting his Hartford, Saturday monnlng, wa3 re-- visited his brother, "Undo Ben" of almost ontlroly wtth tb.i pwtplemay havo contribu'iod to a lack of s. Mr& O. Ti BundeiU. Jetas.id from tho Jail Monday afifcw-jiot- m this placo last woek, and white here I Wo ai-- going to do our tbost control of tho car. ' cif Rav. and Mrs. Jim Brfcjow, on $500 bond, having retained preached quite a number of good but unlosB wo ha- - tho support cK Thu remains were r covo'.d by ' tho law firan of Barnett& Smith, senmons. everybody wo will be handlcappjd. Jaosorbenger, and "will bo sent to WhlUmille, vilsiti.d at Ed Balz's SatUf Hartford as Ms la.vyurs. Ellen Plainly speaking, tho edition Since wo last wrote, Miss will t j Now York for burial. Jnit'ggjrs- - urday night and Sunday. 'Monday Haven, whose illness was mentioned, Mr. and Mrs. Walker Crowo visited When a .en at th'o Jail Just as good a3 the people vant it to hwger could hardly contain himself Schroeter, who dkid and was hurled In tho family be. W .want to uco nilco illustraUona as ho pitifully crlod ovortho corpse: relatlvV at Magnn Sundaj . morning, Clifford claims ito bo tho prtnalpal in tho plot nuw bur homo. She was a siiU", of stoiyi (buildings, interior vltis, "I can. hardly realize that Lewis Is iMr. John Hlto who has been Avltli cwunberfloltlng scheme, told an inter- quiet and good christian girl, whom' resldiaici's, clmrcluB, and individuals. dead. At Indianapolis I was spilled his daughter, Mrs. John Bruner the story of how ho all "who kixsw liked liter, and she will and if you will furnish tho photo- out on. tho tnaok, going eOghity rflvia past throio months has gone to Entor. esting and had perftcrted the tools with which be groatly nilssod 'by overyon Th j graphs, two will havo Ihc engravings miles an hour, ard uscapidd without Mr. .Vtirnon Hayn-s- , of Carbondaly, relative to make the bogus monoy, and how family and friends havo the bympa-- J mode. Tho wlition is in no sonio a scratch, wliilo poor Liuwia is Killjd Ind'aca, is the guest of be, wuth Simpson, had passed 'Ibad" thy of tho community in their great an advoritlsln& scheme or monuy mak- In a reliability run In which iw Is here. and Mr. and Sirs. Gorga Burn-it- t ten dollar bills In Cenrtal Caty., loss. ing proposition, and every (penny not even a comptitltor.'' son, Wlllo Diddle, liave raurnod from and Henderson. Mr. Delmer iSt'4wart,oftbaCnomwell allees the expense of Its pubLowls Strang Famo caino to Deposit Bank and your scribe and lication, 'will ibo U(d In making it a most .with manhoods He was (bom a visit to Evansvllle. EXPERIMENTING FOR MONTHS. Ir. Sam Httynos and Miss Hattio ho wife vlsitdd avjlatlves at Sol-je- t Sat handsome portrayal of tho advanta twvnty-slYoung Schroeter stated (tluut years ago at Amsllffdani, ges of our city and county, wb thorw-for- N. Y., where three sisters live. His SViwarit, of DfAmfield; Mr. Ed Ewin had boon "experimenting on ithe money unday and Sunday. Hawes-ile- ; Mr. and Mrs. Bertrand had ' fool Justified in asking your in first oxparienoa for months, taring .begun wihlen lie Miss Corinno Tllfoxd, who as a profttalonal Ewin, Mr. and Mrs. John Burdettean wanted to make ono for an exhibit Ueon tho guest of relatives at Wll-- 1 terest and support. chauffeur wias In tho peaceful Job of Thousands of copies of tho odlftlon piloting Bishop Potter's cur around family, of Pellvlllo, attended thofuuor to bo phioad in his show case on his Hams Mines for a woek.Jvituwi.ed to will be sent broadcast, and wo fo?l the streets cf New-- York. The blood al of Miss Carrie Ewin. jjiudlo, and that It was only a ftw her hqma today. Allss Mary Rogers, of Cromwell, Mlas Jtac Allen visited. Mlaj Loetta sure that Boone c thorn wUl "fall of tho famous revolutionary Genweeks ago, when he made onto so near iWiCoot that he bellovod would Hoaey, Scloat, Saturday and returned uiwn good grounds and bring forth eral, Isncal Putnam, ran in his volns, wiU lOcach our school again this year. Miss Salllo Ford, of Owensboro, Is Sunday. pass. fruit abundantly" and b;e Uw moans howovcr, and dt sura.d tantlllzlngly spending tho summer with her aunt, having made tho "near'' ten Rov. T. C. Gebaur, Handtrson, Statio of bringing now pooplo and jutwi After into the fingers that sulci d tho to Sunday School worker, gave a lecturo to us, and from thoso It good prelate's limousine on its dig- Mrs. Virgil Mllltvr. dollar 'bill, SchroeAer, according Miss Mary Bello Tayior, Whlbesvlllo (that hla stary;mad negatives of five and illustrated by tho sboroacopo on last will .bo but a short tlrau until wo nified Tho spirit rounds. largo crowd havo tho things .which now wo havo prompted hl3 anocstcr to Jump his 13 .tho gueat of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie unable Thursday ovoning. A twianity dollar bills, but was it not. Iot us all Join hands and liorso over a cliff when pursued by Taylor. to got thorn to "tone uiA ob igood as was present. Evoryou9 enjoyed tan dollar bill nogatlvcand he and was gnoaUy built up as a re "Boost," not "Knock," for at costs so tho British finally gout Strong into Messrs. Charlie Ford, of Enid. Oktho lahoma; and OUlo Wilson, of Fords-villlittle to (Id so, and tho returns are the racing eimo. was afraid to "attempt to pass' uKher sult were hiffo Laat week. Miss Mario 'Rogers, who has typhoid always tho principal with oosn pound Xivo or the twenty dollar bill. "I Europe In. tho Ills name was known iMlss MyrtXo Helm visited her sis-to- r, loDer, made about sixty dollars' worth cif Is improving nicely. We hope to see inttJeri3St added. and Amordcn a year or two Mrs. Albert May this wook i acqualn)f(ed with ton dollar Mis, and pastwd tiw first her out again soon. when ho beoaono Mrs. Salllo Floyd lias returned homo GREENBRIER. in Control City," School opened today with an enroll of ono in a saloon Miss Jennie Louise lA-our slogan In fom an extended visit to ihu son, I. K July 25, Miss .Many Taylor wilio Ojnaboro, who is wiull known iftatod SdiToefor. ''in Paducali I pass-A- d ment of Floyd, at McKmzle, Tenn. a has been very elck Is able to be Hartford, baling tho ono in a clothing stone, and tho ba 'Vortytfour len'iery day," and $9.50 oaoh In steady incnease Putrona, join "with, up again j o'f Dr. Wayland Alexandorj lihowas bills matted mo about Methodist Church. tftlk .good silver money ," ho ieonlnfuud. your scrVbe, aromw intorcfilts, Air. Walter Brown, of Ll1jtlo Bond, thenin"The Follies of 1908," under Virgil Elgin Piastor. eowCeder&te. ua oducaiUon in your honvs, and let Is visiting his cousin, Mrs. 0. It. Wil- thit) namo of Louise Alexander. Strang "Sianp," rofornlng to hte Thero will! ibo an Ico cream supper young Schroetor, "kutfw noth- us have a' baawior yoar at ClromwolL son, paid impeituous court, but three stUl ing of tho money uatll iw pa?d ono Mta Iva. Cununings.who baa been Master Ozua Shultz, Jr., who has timoa aftiur- .their engasoni'nt the at Gosiien Saturday night befone the were In thu wlvan ve South LoubilanatoacMng, boaa visiting his HteiderHonWbttt Wed- first Sunday in August Proceeds to lix Mr. young wojnani postpoolid tho amaabed wo a4 fiome f Uw money vteltwd rioadH at ithls plaoa today. aad Mrs. 2A. M. 8hult, of Pnontls, ding on a tow bjburs' notlco. Final- go to thu church. Preaching servloca at hto court ly, on October 28, 190, she agreed In. oar pocket, 'having gotten almost NVlhHa hene, aho called at school, In roturaed homo Saturday, company .with her friend, Prof. Stewbo liouse Sunday morning by itho pastor l&tia nqbecoa Shultz, of JLlvormore, to wed providing thu ceremony broke in iwvdng a good tlaw." again. a 11 o'clock. who has ibaen visiting her imcle.Oz-n- a performed In Chicago. HAS A .AVTFJB, BUT SHE HAS NQ art. Thanks. Come iMr. Joe Keowin attended the !! Rav, Elgin will preach at tall Shultz and family has return ud With charactjjrtatic speed, Strang 4HU80AND. bundled bis flanoeo aboard a fast ex- nion Sunday evening alt 8 o'clock, i asked ft hit brotihor, Bincry, gpane at Central City on tho 9th. JIo homo. Whm. of Goshon, as was announced They daughter, press and camo to Chicago, lbre. E, M. China and studio at Hartford, had a good tlmo unjoying tho game yht DoaduotB, i arrived the next morning. Tho (Inst in' anollier .paper. TlhiB eorvico wiU AKha, aro vMtlng molotivoB lu Shu or wiro, ,wfao w.44ad on. tine. Mi'mothar, man in tiua marriagu Ucunsa clerk's bo the .beginning of a protracted auueit t loatkg atudlo v,Utx ttka, kgwjw 'Now that the State tiokMt has bean "xprimlB.,, choeun, Wt all good Rqpujblto&ns rally Mr, P, Brown, of West Rrovldoaoe, window was Strang. By telephone Ing. , about hte aaytWn utiXH;tf of tha nonvlnooa and l:y visHod his uncle, Mr. John China lie arranged with Ruv. John iNowiton chmater said tfaat thy did 'not and to tha Watch Lost. Fruoman, of th Fouath Proabytor-ia- a he bad was con-c- m aside ixty difforojiocs for tim doen-mo- n Sunday and Monday. tf the only i d earn church, to perform the cenqmony. Mr. John China and wife visited for bis wife nod lost on. 'Monday, July 10, btntwoon their daughter, Mrs. Seofet Rondor, From a raolug OAiner Strang bor- - Hartford and Htflln, a ladles' gold Mby girl. "I have a wifie, but she Cow for Sale. of MoHtaiJiy Sunday. rowod a oar and tho watch Vilth initials, E. J., engravud the btafby has a no huaband; law Mr. Luanlo Alteon visited hla son car sped to tlio mlnister'a nxildenoo. on caaot Finiler pleoso return to Mchir, iwt no fatfwr. Setaroatar Good mllefc eow. Apply to, J. WAL.TBH, ALLIEN, Mrt Jew W4kK,at Shultztown Widnoe-da- y They ware inarrled at noon und I The Ropubllcan off ico aiul receive aJfaned aitter telttng ,0 story of I brought Dr. R. 6, 'XL aad Thursday. Fnteniau Ihwtford, Ky down town ' reward. U unlawful pprMoa, PoaUBHtor at4 Btoputy acoua-tonfeltiH-reprl-mandod rfor-101ara"-noT-ay o, Cham-ber-Ulnithom-selvoPa-ducI eaub-scribx e, " o, oqty-ifour. t grand-dtuightor grand-ptar'onfts, Cup race, Tho honeymoon was oo round of breathless anxiety on tho pant of tho brido, Strang wont right along risking hla nock with .such regularity that ittu conatant ifoar of becoming suddenly wiidowud bocamo mental torture to her. She admired his to prov.iess, but bogged him seek fijldsj But tho keon-eyo- d, safer Strang only laughed at her fears and delighted in drawing from her little crita of terror white thoy wtro on thu road in ono of his big cars. When tho life of a "spo"d de mon's" wlfo ibecamj unboarublp Mrs. Strang sought a Strang divorce. waa dooply affected by her action, but sho pirslstcd and Obtained her decree January 18 o!f tills iar. In 1907 ho was the winner of the olrcular . track mils record at Birmingham, Ala., and mado a mile record in Nashville. Ho was winner la 190S at Savannah In a road rao Brighton also at Lowell, Mass., ho Btich and Savannah. In 1909 Beach, was a winner at Ormond making 100 miles In ninJly-fou- r Indianminutes. In 1910, of tho apolis Motor Speedway, ho made a quarter .mile rtcord of eight seconds, making 119 miles an hour; five miles In 3:17. st.el-niarv- publican sends News Company H Ranks as One of in the Leading Third Companies At Work on Range. (By Special Staff Comspondont) Camp OiYdl, July 2G, 1911. Thu almost deserted valley about two miles east of Orell was again madu a flourisliing tent city Friday Comrany II, ctf morning, Hartcompany of was the first ford, camp, E, the-- Third to arrive in G, and M following. When tba first company arrived in sight thw TJiird Rl:glmint Band, which has been iphvy-Ifor tho First and Second,struck. up a lively tunu that certainly sound ed good to tho boys of tho Third. of Owing to tho industrious work much the Second, thoro wns not to bo dono on tho Third's arrival, as tlio tents wero pitchijd, stovits and evorytlilng waiting for them to toko podses&slon. Mess was ready about rs elevtn o'clock and tho hungry soon cleaned up. Thero are many false reports Us ing circulated about Camp OneU. The ;amtary conditions liero are splendid. Thero is only one draw back to the camp and that is th)i inability! to got Tbo tlio. water works in ordr. ground Is tquipred with a splendid bath hall but tliey can not pump enough watr to supply tho showers. Howeoer, tlio State has furnished big tubs and a bath can bo had ,by only dipping the Water from tho barrels Into tho tubs and jumping in. CAMP NOTES. So far no ono in H company has bum bait to headquarters for tho key to tho parade ground. However, nran had better watch now tho "Greasy." Tho boys started shooting Wednes day. H company is showung up wpII on tho ange. Private Hccker was called homo Saturday on account of the diath of ono of his nelathes. II company was honored Saturday night and Sunday morning by a visit from Dr. H. J. Bell, of Loulsvtlle. Most everyone has mind a trip or two to Louisville. Elloctnc cars run from Orell to that city overyi hour, was terrified "SIckcy" Wukeland when lie saw the nvm. of the 2nd Jump back at tho iwco!l of itlu gum and wantl to know ,lf tlio target practloi was compulsory. Gen. Williams came out and rovtfow-etho camp Monday. Inspection was held in the Tuesday. H. comixany madu a splendid showing and was compll-mentjvery highly by tho ottfosrs. MaJ. Dean, of tho U. S? Army, sold it had tho cleanest guns and that they iwvro tlio most soldierly looking men in tho iImenit Sergt. Fred Robertson won tt prizo giyen for tlio cltanubt gun In tho company Tuesday. Tho 4'ficer3 had a hand tlmo deciding it but uvery ono eoomtd .to agroo that they wero for right. A prizo was also given, tho neatest tent After sonio hard judging It was given to ISergt Blalr' tont .Cariwniter and his bunch made a hard ilght for it and tho only difference tho otfioevH could Bee was ltttlo that ono tent polo was a ng boI-dled JVgl-ment id stralghtor tlian the other. Fritz Jonnoy Is ono of tho most rs. popular boys In camp,. Hots good natuned and alwaja olodient to ilt ad n. te A prizo is to bo given for the bust) all around company in tho regiment Keep jour oyo on company II, fo they one sure going to make u Clht for this honor. Tho camp is surrounded by uomo very high hills and climbing thorn bj ono of tho sportta mbeni thero SM no drilling nor baboball going On , Sun-ivoof tho Black lV&fa. Baptist Church. J. W. BRUNER, Pastor. a; Bible school Sunday at 9MC m. Dr. E. W. Ford, Supt Morning worship at 10:45 and atoning worship at eight o'clock. Prison- nwt owa-yr-ol- nht high-power- ing by pastor, B, Y. ing at P U. mooting Sunday reus- 7 o'clock. ". nrvppw " t t 'j1 V VJ)'HfRHt'' - Ti' jr BRECKINRIDGE -COUNTY FAIR. KENTUCKY. HARDINSBURG, AUGUST, 22, 23 and 24. BETTER SHOWS. LARGER PURSES THAN EVER. PLENTY OF MUSIC. SOMETHING DOING ALL THE TIME. THE FIFTH ANNUAL, P Prof. C. L. Parker, noted Balloonist will make a balloon ascension and parachute leap each day of Fair. Don't miss it Write for Catalog. Trains stop at Fair Grounds. Excursion rates on all Trains. J". 3VE. 1 ? T. DSESuaJEUD, 3FrSiaL023Lt , SlS.IIl-XnvE.lN- r. secretary. . v K I tho tor being used. This 1b of tho Vermont, tho original homo of trudo thdr attontions. parte of thj Unltod StatoJ. importance Morgan, and other is in Colorado, Vk But companaitiively now as Is tho ooupVjt Tho old CARING FOR THE HOME. diligent Since the work begun Bpncad (to (most naFARM TOPICS. honoyniacai, it has Marry in Lont, n.aiurtifyting the farm hom,o seldom sjarch has ibocm kopt up for anitions. In (parts of England A. is calllilvo to rep nt, mals that would conform most nearly roquin.s mere than a small outlay of moon." Tho OF MARRIAGE Is said to havo originated in Nuw ed "troaola da imlel (moonFronchhavo ctl to the original Morgan itoipe, and n money and not so very much of hoacy) thrfr luno York. (b.wn time. Tho ordinary farm house',pafaitk large numb-j- r of these liavo ULappy tho ihnldo tho eua chinos and tho Gonmana thoir "hockzoltsroo BEES AND FRUIT. brought tog)J'(her at each station Mis- cd and In good repair, standing ia or bridal fcoud. They iavo (boon too on," is ascribod ito Northern Ohio. Tho importance of thorough furnishing tho tho midst of a groyi lawn, (with sbrufc .to tasto to litrjrajlzohun-.oynioc- ai Talladusa, Ala., lias tho eamo ida of fruit blossoms becomes souri had tho honor of Various Belief are of An- Incorporated into "If It rains on the bary and 'lango shade trees Intersperstallion to herd the Colorado ho$L intm Honglmand. mare clearly apparent as iwe haw nnoro purcha-3Q3'tha-t sed hero and itiheav, makes a pioturoB-qu- e wwddlng .tho brido .will wocp all her cxperlonce and learn moro carefully to llho most lmpontainit 'labJly wei eame. Tiie barns and out build-inig- s, those cient Origin. Saves Two Lives. marriod lifo." observe nesults. Wiiilo some varuO'Je3 have iboen mado n, though of ordinary construction, S'Jato of "Neither my sister nor maysolf mlgh of fruit are usually And Poabody, Mass., ihas tliosame others Just coisumatd 4n ithi government 'has may hnno a neat appearance; and a iby whloh tha for are usually barren if planted alone, suporstiition, "To marry In n storm bo living today, if it had not been Jflrli point, simply apllwd by itflie far.writes according to a Pennsylvania author- aourod five brood mare3, oaa Dr. King's Now Discovery" Honeyraooi Is of Comparatively butokons a stommy married life." mer himself,' and even (though it bo oae filly, one Omalia, Nob., apiwars Ito liavo Iliad A. D. McDonald, of Jlayottovillc, N. ity writing to the New York Tribune. and two yearling filH3, besld'O nothing moro than th s oooirventlosal pair to C, It, P. D. No. 8, "for wo .both had iSomij seasons ai very unfavorable Date and was DevelRecent tlmo to dlacwcr that "Tho 2 yicars old Td and whiite usucdy found on form ba niarrlod should stand In Urue with frightful coughs that no other rcmody for both tho formation and distribu- Iftve 6tallions which are buildlDBs, wiU nld wonderfully inmak could holp. Wo wero told, my sis- tion of pollen, owing mainly to cold or younger. oped by Travel Facilities. tho cracks of the floor and nver at of completes the num'bor neodod ing .tliom pleaelng to tho eye ter had consumption. Sho was .very or rain. Sometimes aphis or oSher This right ang! to posierby. lAgricultural for both stations, tihrough thJa latiter tbij had night ewoats ibut your peats iprey upon tho blossoms "A Ibrdde anuat sfl p ovor tho sill of weak and and purchaso iwilll go io Vermont. Excured Every nation appears to havo had tho church with her Tight foot," say wonderful iwodiclno completely usod in&jAfaro with polbnizatlan. FRESH AIR FOR HORSES. s of Orange County, N. us tooth. It's tho best I over tho Among iniseats boos are the most change. its own oawortnirrtut of bridal beliefs Y. PJemity of fresh air ehould iba OZARK APPLiE CROP GOOD. or hoard of." For eoro lungs.coughs, reliable carriers and distributers of awl eiiieratitiona, au if full investito Ub horso stable during tho in Jlassaohustts It is colds, hemorrhage, lagripe, asthma, pcljln. If the colonies are strognand A. S. Teasdale, of Rogere, Ark., is gation were! ukkIq it would readily de- held that a double wedding is unfor- hay fovor, cough, whooping cough, are located ra:ar the fruit trees there quattid as follows: "Wo (bJUeve itihat summer months. With windows ppou velop tliat all Uio prawnt customs of tunate, sinw one of ho pairs Ce- all bronchial troubles, Its supreme. ana wsry fiiv seasons eo unfavorable wo are going to Jiavo the 'best qual- the animate wii have good air whiles 1.00. th'at COc and Trial bottlo free. the bees will fall ito jnave enough! ity of apples ever grown in this sec standing up, hut .when, lying down oa marriage, ukrni to the bablt worn, rtainly will (bo unhappy. n Naivo inrents of Nqw York State Guaranteed by all druggists. palltan to ipolleniizo a large majority of tion. As ito quantity, (It la a question wunm righi'js the lower part of tho tho lowers, itlio form, etc., were de- long Blno disccoverod .tliat runawaj' strongly. wih other wo will bavo more than we stable may b3 uncomfontably rotann blossoms thoroughly and of matches ano certain to provo rived from those tojlbefs, moat and and the hoivsos 6ulfer occondlnsJy. had last year, taking Benton unFugitive. Convicts Capture The winds are often insufficient. which havo mxsii discarded as ridicu lucky. young Washington counties together. (How- By liaving one or tmo homrizonbaliharS When .well pollinated the Jim Reno, Nv., July 19. Whan tnoes are resting In braclvets or mor.tioela across lous in their ttitorlc meaning, Bays Do not, in Uw name of all tho hap-pli- Antane, eirib.zler, escaped from tlvj fruit will gnqv strong and roslstsuc-03ssfull- y ever, thousands of young Mt (weather, insect onld fungoid coming into bearing, and this may the opening, the door may ho toaat, tiell a living soul road gang of convicts near CSarson j tho Pi&tsburg Lend jr. Increase th'o output. Anotbcn thing open at any itime and the horses reTho anolout Greeks hold that should wlieno you'ro going on your Jioaey-nioo- yesterday afternoon, W. A. AVilson injunles would dctstroy tho orop cared main Jooso in tho siaihlo. Where a so many orchards are being owdlinated. TJils may bo a liard iprtscrip-tAo- n serving twwnty years for murdor, A. a crow bo WL-- at any timo during Exiperlouoa has shown ibhat one for than was formerly the case thut colt Is to be retained in the stable' to abs.3rTo einco railroad tlckubs B. Nelson, serving elglit ytiars for tlio wedding feast, which ,was always celobiiaiUl hi the open, dlvorco must .bo .bought and baggage bhip-po- horao stliing, and James Lyk.seiiv-In- g good hlvo of iboas ifor each acre of or- this will .be greatly in .favor of thi and the d:or I ift open, ithneo bars bearing is nided for larger yield than wo bad last yuar. acroEB tha opeiwng may 1)3 used. but do your .best. To itoll whoro unites till tlie iwomon vfoiild rosu ten years for nianislaughtwr.boad-e- d chard in full SOME MILOC AND BUTTER. you sluiil hanymoon is to court best orchard Ttsults. though it may We ibolleve that this section will be present arose arud with one aocord a iixjoso and cantuned Jitm in During the month of April Mrs. W. ss and may wo add, practi- tho mouni'tiiln. Antone wiien captur- bj more than the .beekeeper in his an important factor dn tho apple sit Thus shouted "Go away, crow!" uation this Siason. Our peach crop A. WaJker, of Br."cknn ridge County, profitable. expw.lonoo would find tho .white dove, by Its antithesis to cal Jokes. ed, was soundly abused by murder,to ttie milk and (butitT will bo light this jvar,' us Ahe elbert-lo- s Ky hoW, Farmers and Drover's Journal. raven, a.une to bo thw bind of GRAY liUOKY CQLpR iFOR iBRIDE. ers, honse ithicwa and burglars tho for .were ruined by a January freeze, amount of $1G.G0, according to an THE HONORABLE SENATE. nuptials. brvuking his word of honor given to lnseat-tere- d exchange published at Haxdinofcurg. In Thunbiigki, from a lwrtod tliat And you, ibly.th-- wodding jokes, "WViruL.Ti .P.Tlrtir mn,t 4rh jtftaild. fThft For the .benefit of tho (large num- - but there will bo quite a tfe.w orchards and quite a ilargecrop This was from ono cow and is tfco prac- lilnddly aheenvo .tliat it is Ww boat parliamentary rims hack into tho pagan, inn aim ud Uiat bir of students of convJots , wOre a month ago at..erfur-alshix- B e.llinigs and oilier tIw- - senatorial all the or othwr nut has been placed In tho cif omems and s'gns to tie tho bride's ti-- -. ,,irwK,urt,ramwhn dlgnlflod details procedure and as con- - of enough to make a vanSatlesfout proceedsa of .whatofwas sold drinkers oomm'jrclal family ifivo milk not a. .white ribbon. Bo advise of lawmaking ,, soup for tho wud&iug feast. fTllio ivjr-w- trunk witii nndx-o- d Tlw qiKaion ol whcither or mot it Iducttd In this state, ,we have collect- - proposl Hon. ' 'Excr am ge. , ,L who (Sound this nut in Ids or hor liowHivor, tliat to t the trunks ' pays to koap a cow is CLiEANLdNESS IN MILKING. when .and affix such a deration, to the va0U9 plate would marry within tlw year, Notary Public Resigns. n iBeforo tlie niilkina ilnegins, the sides you can sjll $15.C0 .worth or milk and basgagj of Alio groom will court ovei- in the it wa lnd. at iiome. daster. (lisioc!ally if fcho gixoan For the first time In the history Of- higivnay Mil tiie following glossary and udders of .tha corns aw car.,i!ul-l- y butttr and havo In many bucolic countries, wen nov brushed, thus preventing dirt .and This is a preli'jy good record for one the State a notary public has resign- 0f wdg llst(fUl in ordinly discussltavo a fciraiwr.) it is hep Uiat iu iwcdow or widower re- - jon dust from falling into the milk. .TCn little Jersey cow, isn't it? Island B-advised, anon, biiids, htat it3w ed bis position. Tho Governor must be porniltited at the (bridal millvlng lis done with clean, celved a letter from Will A. Jones dry Farmi . Liar, Snake, nukes there .In also pre 'lit au truly lucky color for .tho trawling now living in Kansas City, Hastening wot fingers hands; to milk with riREVELNTING MILK FEVER. Thief, Hyena, hewholor to counteract gown is gray. iBrown iaift so .bad old maid or notary. He was npoluted to tills filthy. A Econ would be oxtrr-melMJlk fevijr cm ib3 prevenKiil very Hog, Swine, the ill Influence of thw former, fl'ho but gray Jb itlio thing worth a hrido's as a evW.ntly although he du'."3.not State as tlie milk is drawn fnpan tho cow-I- t aally by milking the cow regul&rty Mug, .Bull, belief is tliat wlduws and widowers liappinv.ssj Ul what counfy alld sInco lwa3 is stra'jiid through a wire gauze bjTora tiio m:irB h- ir calf. If ehe is Wwill, Squealer, donate tardy soiuratoii) by death. It is. be you aware, excellent .luck,81 re- hais aiLd throe thicknesses of chsjzeclotih. usually a hiwy milkur she should Fllptlap. .Welcher Ibrldo to kiss a baby If sh removed io another State Tho .bbllof oppuuM 'to bji common for .tlie iFur purposes of accuracy It should All tho milk utensils arj thoroughly b3 as regu'ArOiy .milked for a few. Wea one in the nuptial pil- signed. In England and America that a bride chance first bforo cahilxg aa she Js aftrtr. Begin bo noUd that tho "liog" Iva3 'Ibtind," cloansi.d after itng used, by sign, no tha wise say, who cl.anciB to ivit pickles at the grimage. The Right in your busiest season when!; the bull " and tihat "tolaclc washing tlieni la luktswaran water, tlw mllktas nit. kuai Hwa wieeks .bdtoro bridal nieal k) doomed to unr&qulttod Is for hapipniM:B. you have tho least time to spare you penfldyf' was honoijad Iby distinguished next ia hot water, and thin (iieyare the time for the arrival of the tfcdf. oio iBut shudder witli inxv under Jove, are moat likely td take diarrhoea ' One of iUih oVl beliefs is that nt chAmistniiojs, ival or fancied, permit and lose several day's time, unless mention. Nor sliould there Iho tiie soaldud In boiling wakjr. Every dlsli Duuicg the flmt Woik once each day-IsuilKckmt, hut tho lost week slightest sugg.jstlon of any partisan. or cloth employ d In concMjtJloa with everything must another 'bridal arty ito get en the you tho wedding un-- al havo Chamberlain's Colic, Cholen or geagraiphiicul supanlonlty in vadalbu-ular- the milk Is put in a cKun .placo.whero should is le mllktid iboth night and Is same train with you. Disaster bo passed to tho right There and Diarrhoea Romedy at hand and tliereAs a cliculatkai cf jmro air, af- - morning. Aisrlcu'-tura- i Saratoga and tho bowery Enitom'iat. oven aa historic anecdote to show certain. Tbet naln may .bo wrteoked.aj take a dose on tho first appearance tho honors. New York Sun. which fault iwhlch all trains iiavio In com- of horw this little superstition, by ail drugtho disease. For sale SAVING .HEN MANURE. lian to long nce made itself a cus- mon. gists, in Qno of tho ibest methods of caving lAnd now, liavlng reached this intom, infiuunoiid laanautou Henry of hea manure is to spnlnkle tlie drop great terior lwiut on the journey In uueat Navarre, when I no found his Bettering Business. . boards with ground phosphoric rock. reason for waning honeymoons of of the m i&ter. Sully, in a dilemma ((Hutchinson, Kan., News.) This holds .tlie nitrogen, and makes it said to UIui lualf in fun: "If you let us pauao to ddetormlne, wno we Jove, A very simple way of miakilng busi- hotter balonoad feptlllzor. By milxing wJsli a good wife, turn to the right." reach the goal, just whta, why and s cliauilfcjr door at whonoo Is this hun ymoin: If you ness better in every community lis for from 50 to 60 pounds of th'J ground Sully oatkrd the ho will r. ad back over tin surporstltiona iwrybody to pay their bills promtly rock witli oacli barrel of hun manure "the right of Uio corridor wlil-r- e ?'$ . walldng unaitid you will notice tliat, whilnthioai at least their small home bills. A It niaJaa one of the Tjst and (most and his nwmtixti liad ' rt rU;'; goad many wait to ixoy (Uhcir highly concentrated manures avalla-bl- o ami found Oiono live young woman referiing to thu brhl.il are old and ' r bills just as long as they con without for the igardon, lawn and fmiit or- .' lllsbory gray as tlw world, thojo olMwon for him r . Hour' 'rod H' ' ,ri7T-- r sft Itj .! f.i of duoIi hurtlng tli"lr credit, and tlie offenders chard. with tiie honoymcoii ua uvt to -' ;v is eo littto H ttik T tho ouboomo, ast tlw fact that nvaderu eouvenlciicuH as trunkstrains, are in many cos s ,tlios) who can In addition to its imvnural value it V. "'', iv trawling bowjm, . etc. Tlw d.jduc- - easily pay promptly If the) did not possesses the additional odHantage cK tlwty maiTJd. go. Where oiw man. holds being f noo from wood seeds. As u for ORIGIN OK CVOMMON' BUPHIlSfTI-TiON- tlon is tliat thj honeymoju Js a mod- hate to let ' S to out to his creditor the monthly bill' tlllzcr for conn this nulxrtiuro is unex-du- e ern Institution, ami tlifcs apiieors , Hiffo vV..-- on tho lwt and dots not pay until celled, and I havo obtained excellent be tlio aiso. ehcgular l.. How ankl vfCioiv tlie 5th or 15th, he forces itho craditor results by uslni; a tnuall amount In originrtH! is u tiidy of llmit- - As recently as the reign of Que-.to lay down on the muct manendi coijo hill and covering it with dirt lts luuyiUJtiUH, jot author! tkwJiavo Ellzaibjth itlie honeymoon was unkniqwiL It was mot iihecus-tu- u It gcai. If thu bill due on tlie 1st Is before planning itho oani. n ir-tm uiuiy oP (tlui b' uhle. so dir for tilie ibrlde and groom to go paid at once by every one, gonwral j For the corn crop I am sure that i ATniwui HUiwivt'jUant aivj ' to tiaco llumi to tho iilaoua on a Journey, nor evm to eclieilulo results will mot .be cliangod, ibut it it IIkujis .to add tlw ground pliospliorio H VaT' C3 thimselw8 from friends and caU- - will stop a lot of worrying, peiwlstoat rock to tlie manure- - Some corn grow tlKy aniT" or dtotrJta'ts wlinfno to origioa&d, ibliwoo thsi)' aw iUuto ors for any p Tied such as now lias collecting, continuous stauding off, nil ona claim that It does not pay CQ and fontfllBj tlie coni Id tlvej -- kill, Ibut my ihaloyn eff which wnbarrase3 business oame tho cuabemu Jn thoj y moat in Yoguw days the guests, won at tli' jar - doei a little injury to the flnonolaB of own expenlemca proves that it does lrujtAiikvi "ilinw times a brldo3-maiFbr hay, and I find tliat tills mixture Oias- ontlrq coinmunlty. 'Wki iiuror a IjiiiUV te aaciubod to riagvs ut itiio high nobltlty, Ibolhomjl the Try It and j how it eo.8. Pay tenia the maturity of the com tliat told tliat tlio in Ai qalr would :1 ' y your little bills promptly and don't I grow in my eajd plot uml nnoand tiie !v "H you trr on jiur wotWilug (jawn and receiving within two or three ' squeeze Om tall faithors on the diftfeilvince bcriwotai sett corn and a boloro tho asi.'tnony, you will nwvor days. Tliis llttlo ported of seclusion' ' wws Uiern unly b bIdsuhb to Ibe obaw Amorianc uale so hard. Itay .wWi a maturo crop of seed iQiat is liardttii'td luvppy," omij fnwim At.vwliutiWis. bo 3f "TBio ibrldo blwuld wrttr a Iwrrow.d od und it nuy to laAed uin as tlio Phasout look and wlUiout belllntJiu b ifore frot. Journal of Agnlcultuiv., collector your troubles. If you and GOVERNMENT BREEDS MORGANS. dim beslmiln of tlie honeymoon. garter and wU a ywlkw Barter," neighbors will all do tlUs you in carrying out ite plans for tho and moan-'yoTho season ut to liavu iKhvi borair in Doituiu df of'wlU mot ibe out a cent, tho goweral creation of on American, brekd Ow eaylng lag ulono la thus an outgrowth AUlxuiu coiiio Fixmu carriage liomses the govonntment has THOMAS MONUMENTAL WORKS it in iuvl luck for tho brldo to modern travul facilltloj. Not onJr' financial cwmUtlotiuritlwIdatinq that aUtloas, lior la It oasy to get away for a visit, ' will be notlaably Improved andi ttowv) Jtbltehed two h,reag hoop any of ttvo tliu used in but It Is generally fwlt that the uuvr will bo more of the confidonce and wero operatloiMj are oarrlod on with HARTFORD, KY. ' low? wife ought to lure a season of pre-- choorfulma that aro neoUed to watee the old MoAjan blood as !w fuuatte-larin- g You will bo UMLAUT It you One of those UUoiw U tlon. in her ooum butoro SrUauin ob- - good lbusinuj. your ie(Wln ring, iu cojumon to all ....!. SUPERSTITIONS Wocih-Ingto- self-ferti- le, . tii-mi- ." Hpl-toml- st. wiso-acro- jd n. d, ni m s-j- oor-UJ- ?,'ml .T? 1 T pl-in- ty ' y - Un "ned-ejxxl- ee y, dl-vi- v SATISFACTION ,. ?HR lni cd ilo nd I S. cri tlie bo-1- prao-Uoal- ly loom-ino- ton-ccriii- smw?mm laiflBiMv4vHBBlHH SH dBBIH (t Ur st :$& A. Warn m ' lv d, lFyKlHB r. PVV9PHHI $flflNMl KMMlk0tt:rJflFTli3H--- i f:w..' "N PH i H'' 'rH i k yj - BSBH - J an-piia- re spo-uvtn- g ur bnli yL" 4 ' iAkjAl. r w j ' ' f of an hour, stirring iwkh cool and cover or indefinite keep- . ln. a wookmii swam J1 tho tlnw. HOUSEHOLD HELPS. WATERMELON RIND IN PLACE OF RBD GOOSEBERRY JAM. CITRON. goewoboiwiKS Talte tlno rough, hairy (A Special Department for Our Oook sarmi of tlw rinda In b rich and to uvory pound of plokod fruit Housekeepers. Contributions allow ithrdMiuarlora pound of loaf sugar sirup, then cm AVihmn rwady to Doll tho goosuborrlcs with a ! um &1m out a little and lry In wvnif. Accepted.) ftugtr. llttlo water or rod currant Jutce,Btir- - This nmy Ibo ua d in cakes, pii3 and rlng woll for ono hour; add tlw sugar puddings Juat tho samo as citron. arjd boll dgatn tut lorty mlnuUjs.sklm Emma Paddock Tlrcford. Ono quart xA iflour, ono toawoonful mlng and stirring all tho tlmo CANTALOUPE SIIBRBERT. m directed. a Soak a Miiapconful gelatin in CHERRY JAM. .RED RASPBERRY SHORTCAKE. talf cupful cold, water tor nn hour. Turn Into Btorlllaed lisar and ooal half cupful .boiling wltcr nnd W salt, four IcospcoiVAile of baking cborrlcM. and to ovcry pound stir unit 11 tho gelatin is d'jssolxd. Add UiPoo-qivto iters iwund powder or ono of soda m.nd two of onj ihalf cupful sugar, ono cupcup uf but- of sugar, according to taste and tho ful cold water cream of tartar, ono-ha- lf and tho niasl.kd pulp stonq tho ter or lard; nift flour, add Kilt, work kMinpnB of tho suiiTon; canibnloupo. A and and ioil catxrfully, stirring for .1,141 - Julco of a small m m snntvnr.n. In itho ahiortonlns, bakilng powder; fruit lim In.1 b"',r " lastly add milk exnuugh to malwgoud half nn hour; ithon uld tha sugar, nil ii &uigvT coruiiu iwiua mm iuu "" r. Vtecnlt dough; ibadto In JoUy enkotins. bull and skim for another halt hour, )U tfano It Is dono add somo When donu, fpllt, hutter or.d spread and just (XMNTALOUPE MOUSSE. (l! tlw d ard oplit tojunds or g with nt ktist a quart af IvrrJos, pulp To ono quant of tho melon hugnx and ibuttar pWifully. I a fow dnjpj rutafla. cup-fuSU- pvussod through a slow ;uld tiAo always cnidi a Tow ibcrrU wlUi su- RASriBBRRY V1NEX1AR WITH cf eugar and tlw julco of faro-GAR. -gar and add last; set In ovon toihoat lkjnuanB. Frooza ianMally, itlin add Maah. dio fruit in an oarthoni boiwl. monwnto and (melt till o Vorrlcs a few onto cupful encam aud finish frujztag fcuttor. 'Wibiii'ptd roani can ibo add- To 'avory iKucd of raapborrles ndd a with very llttlo stirring. Havo tlu It pint of vlnrgar; oorwr and lot ed ilf dairod. &I10II3 of tho imolon kiopt In loo iniaitisr stand two ot thr3' days. Then proS3 RASPBERRIES. TO CAN RED to sjrve. uniJl roady Lino with it thncrgh a Jolly bis- - To rnvrcy Put tho viash bolt- - on Itho stmo, pint add hialf n ptnund of loaf sugar slices ot sponge calio or split lady wjth small piceo of lath, or shingles, and a.t k'3 julco on tho flna to iflngars; fill with tho mousse. Sprinkl in thn .bottom, fill Jara with, .tho ibjr- - como to a boll, taking off any ecum macaroon crumbs over tlio top and V rws, TelnR carotul not to crush them, that rises. Allow ftva mlnut33 gon-- 9jrvi WATERMELON FRAPlPE- bolHmg, set It to cool, then pour la tho, boiler and Ml tho ibollor up to melon In halves Cut a ,rliv, 3 inches of tcp of Jars, with cold lato small bottles and code well. and scoop cut tho oemtor, rojiooting water, kit .boil; In thb nwaniiinwimalw CURRANT VINEGAR. a sirup of two cups crater, ona of A lino Tiiiegnr niny .t3 nindo froin tlw soods. Put in a bowl, and with a silver fork pick lightly into small sugar, hare It boiling hot, and Wlwn curranj! by simply prvisclng hj fruit p!hoo3. Add tbp julco ot ono lemon berries aro nt scalding (uoeadalrj to ft Mash; tho night, and sugar to sweaton, urn into ilt stand over by a to ascertain that, tb.enmomet thii BtVu. tho July off cktir nnd fill iifneezcr, pack in ioo and salt and running It down dnto tho jars ofibe-rios- ), tho botVs to tho brim. Sit Dhem, fncf to a conslsbency fill iwitii tho boiling Blrup and uncoikidVn tho sun or In a warm GREEN SWEETMEATS. on tha tope, removing at onoo plaoj untA wrow oeoses. Any Gxnufully pool wllh a vry sharp will from tho. bailor. Tho borrlee llttlo lmpuVy that rls off knifo tho green skim outer rind from n beautiful color W!i3i ramaln whole, havo a a p!oc of blotting paper and and delicious iflaTW. I luuro wmtithla cork iho ibottVa w u. Whlto currants waitonnwlon, leaving just about a quar tea of an Inch of tho fLnm whlto i bctforo, but bare kad so miny calls are excellent f ft dollaite, pale rind. Cut initio any shape desLre.d I sum pleased to aund it lor it that thca put Into tho preserving kiittlo again. WILlD GRAPE JabLY FOR GAJ1E. with alternate, layers of grapo loaves RED CURRANT JSLLT. Ono Hallon of ftor,n crauxia. ono and tiny bits of alum. Pour on hot Put tlw nniBh bailor oo tho simo, pint of Tlnogar, ty, tabkapcons of water and simmer gently for two poroolaln whiolo clovta, two itiipcons of stick 4 but unBteimmod, in r ginger hours; drain, put Intawwik quarts water kottta and Bet It on tho 'bock of tho cinnamon, ono and Ve-ba- lf and slnvmc-r- - throo hours lonTho of sugar. Cook tho ItWdtents x store or in. a moderate' oron. ger. Drain, again. Malao a sirup, altlw sugar until thXgrupes one lowing to every pound of kuat will gradually iburet tho skins. fruit a a tondiar. Strain ithrou&h y ixig. Mash tho fruit and pour It Into pound and a quanter of sugar and a OTcr Put tho juloo in tho kotfl. and boll faUy ibag. Allow It to drjp pint of .water. 61dm ofttsi; add rind afenU Boil lUho Juice in a prawnrlnig for twontiy mtautas. Addho sugar and slmnner unit! itamdur. Tako out wn jelly-ab- out ktrttlo. Red to each pint o( julwadd heated and cook until it tho rind and pack in jars, 'boll the flvo minutes .aI11 bo poodod. sirup until qulto 1 pound ot Bugar hdatcd n tlw thick and (pour owr CJAN,TAIXPJ3 FOR LUNGJeox, tho eugar Ja dUu)lrl, test by rind. Put in jars and covar closely. ''iroping a ppooofiul ct tbx) olly into Cut in halves, chill and justLjforo PICKLED WATERMELON RINDP. sAs'lrB lIw w'11 OTJTrtsd lagor a eauocr ji i oc&aa uu jjuj Pool off thy outer grvwn rind and ard crorwui with wlired and lj; pour it at onco Into jlassos. Wh all tlw pinikith pulp of ili mkilcnii ool and a skim lias formo on uao ly OTfjoatenidd cncnpi rinds, living just tlio givenlsh whih) . top ct tho jolly, coTcr wlrii a nnund Glnser ids cnoann or njcorwd part. Cut in pieces about itiwo Inches paw dlpd In bmnriar or in gerwd pears, arw alao dielVious n'a lancr anil ln.v In i ak lbrrtn.. nMow- ii tlseuu put In cmnratouiKa. this lKnton whlto of egg- - Ov ing a cud of salt to each gallon of a. layer of abaorbont cotton, thuaflt CaataloupxanakoadollcuSpdcklwfllter SoQk Jcf tweh.n h , pA wery CANTAllXJUPE PKkLB. u cloooly tho metal lid that comes fnow, riiiEo anil weigh. with the slas& Out tho fruit In sllelts, riiovo tho iound fcf tho fruit allow a pound of CLEAiNIJNEaS. scuds and Eft part and Ul very sigar and vinegar to cover. .Stick a, ntotnons coght to thin. BoU in lig.hvly saKt water cltfya in each pleoa lf Tlnd, and to . Claanllnas awl and cool.To sev sjOmi pcunds ifrutt add an! ounco Htick untchintMldS of tho kitrtuB. rTh.3 b minu. ko apron should en. pounds of frujt allciw onoluart of oinjiamoii and a half ounce cassia aok"B foands, nails ond sug throa rxias. .Put vinegar and sugar in a ka tnttnaculatjci. Cotfow droasoa Jhat vlnysar. thToa pounds of and piioa stick clnaonicoi four kottl'i atd when it bolls add inmhirBs tho will lxtf frcqu-no- t aprons minus gatiwrs and long and omo ounco cash aMsteand rinds and oook until clear and tendoT. smooth Kub.ard claveu. Bcdl sugar, v,in c?r aaufoicea When all aino done turn inito a sltono trimmlniss nvir Mot&or or dlscand.'d tius'utlwr (ten (minutes, add theiced crock amd covier with tho eploed wroraiere, kimono siqucs Bould nDeion and cook five mlnutoSirake vinegar. Id clothfiB fiit tor Jbfi nag WATERMELON VLNEGAR. ainiij owt thrj fruit wjth a skimmer, Wl wsilc. kcj wora tat kijUch a nask in Jars. Cook tho arrnip ft Takw tha insidVj of ripe melons, may soxfei, it s possiblo tor It crush in stono jara and strain the kilusawifo to be clean without bolng uita longer ar.d iwur ohm- fruit glii'ser Is coney. julco off into bottles, or jugs. Cork mcftt. itor otxwb wir hta, twrcook-i- S jaia. Prsciried many. anxl set away to sour.. uuenBils bo ibriBht, Iher hearth and Oi txn lmjxro.vnTJt .by snowy whttontss SHRIMP SALAD. CAKE FILLING FROM PRESER bar scnttcod to and MELONS. IPm too, thu canmd nnt'lclomtiikes yot her kltolwn Rabl3, drafiar tin dish its oprMlzing as dova tho rtoeot eawlTCH "clu ft Fed" Ritk things This ia qu'ii3 out of tho ordln fjfch. TKvj is a variety that Just el: put away f ivjm the last, or time ortl moat Dra'n tlw aot hair may (from a ptoi of wUt.TnvUjn prwuveVn'lk,es erwush for six lwsons. TakVi kaforo last, cooking. H vxwn to-- i can on opening thoueb ! an, Add frciwsy. hor ka aiw cuipful susor ard cook untinwu'uua.Ty wiui cow wawr oam net it . without collar or .belt. A ord to the t ..., ...,. .m,., -r..v,.s fin.; .. rh'.-'Ul. minutes; wipe dry and wise is Bufifioiont. aid to ifco Ua!la slrua, tako from th, nd sovonil platter out on a that can ibo Bet CHERRY PA1RFAIT. vas tally cooled flru awl btsK until potatoes Add ecu cup cf cfcUry adp to two then sprwad botwon ln ra of wjiito tlw lev. Haw a fow ncd a or chajiod, doublh thio amount of T!iJOrtl cuvajn eHfl of thick sionso cake. ry (for six two teacups artCT of n cup of chwrcii. Ffwror MELON MANGOES. laKor ibjhis ctepiiwdO am ordinaiy drops of utoiond vxta-acwith a fow loj end rait Tl!jo may be made from- small & fuviil ,f lHtiPh nt vhi!h man Lb Piut in moW, bury in uv jniislomo'iwns, green watunmulonu can-dlo- d Jie wliib., leaves. lor tflirco hours. Garnish wltk proi&iraibly tho latter. Cut out a sectwo shrimips mihole for ivich awr- chonnica. inch tion of tlw nwlon about an Kn alck the rwt fliW. When OOFFdOE ICE CREAM. out .wldla and thivo long, tlwn ito blorud th Riladjwhlch its not fco into n the 1 Pour thio 13 V. nniniiirt 6U' U10 aorfds and eoft lwrtion. Place mlrt uart of milk, utinig a upfl fruit hi earthen or wood. 01 nocupta- ndd arvinsr. toss tlio nlckJod rmut ooi and Uwn ecaW; gar, and soak ovwr night in wlthv potato and oolery, mixing vanUla, and cle and' lut tlK-tuaajKioaful ono-hastrongly sailJed water. In mho morn- In innjej dihiAslrg. porui- Ijay Iroozo ob fo noflKr Mn. ing drain and put tlw cut ipontion to tions Wuco cui, odd a gooditoas-poonfi- y fnl if ewot crivT.ra is MOcurable, add side, whMro you may know to fit Tnayoiunilso, place tlw . h hot milk just bvioro taking oiw f wholo liniics on top aaul Wiica. wlwro tlwy belong. serve. ' tho fire. from For tho stufing, cliop onough firm R fcwrViV,, jjotntota !for u potato RASPBERRY SHERDET. whitvi cabbage to fill tiho cavltiie, or soiau uv 6Upd aiAt mvry am wiu Boll together for twenty mlnuUB wator oomblno with tho oabago a quarter ouit tlio V,,. uaTt of 1 pint cf sugar, 1 tomatr gr.-OD CUSTARD. nuriru.l raspberricfi. part chop,d celory, BMd 1 pint of iMakra iilvjj CU3tar( flicml non juice or cuoumiberB. Sprlnlilo wlitih ealtaml U1 tlinee Add to this one a uiIo of lwuns. To cups of n tU3 yoUiS or four yggg of orango julco. 'Wllwn atand aside for oliopiKd' oawl 4he ttuiw vvautabk's al and oiucHiVj. CU1, of .jcw. Hncajppla or wli int of itlw BUsar. When .old fftroln w.A small onion, half a teaspoon cool thwoW TOllIiia and turn same low a other fruit may .Vw sved in the or Into a glaiai,, ful of wholo mustard saed, two Boat tlw whiUu jBamnr. throo nasturtium &vds aiwl a 'Httlo of four oanm stiff and dry. filRUP. MiACKDBRRY . ghiigx-rIViMir awl Bunata the clow, chuuuiiou nnd tlwrouslily, them Havo a kuttA m wiai,r lvtuJiy. wash th bri'ri drop rtabVtuuU of "wv4 wMeA alw to tajto. Mix ,bl0tklU,lB8 juJoo through a iWa awl fill tlw cavitka. packlus huird. Fit onto tlw wttUV,, m, ccoU tlw .,tl!U). to (hch pound of Juice bUivu then augar; In th'o j)lMOea wlwro 'thoy bdeug and swo, ib m v a Hidnmwx. and odd 3 iundi of (cano) loaf euw on or tie wMi tiny Uiwini. Put lay round t,n Vtstord, boll it all tcsotbr to a sirup, tlwn Unwgli af.)H in a piwanwliis koUli, oovr with tmiu wWht W ,ict aSuad uvor aV 01dSoldTorturQd into cold vliwsar and haa. Muet fruits nn bo maiw are M.ivid miBtwakable hrtnig 4i u nwiin'Ln-night- - Tho " a s'rup in' tlhia v,ny. wm "lialt an hour. IHka ' tontur and. slnmw GREEN GOOSEBERRY JAM. . boil cniietuWy troufcle.U , Uv iii4,and i"U) J pub IB t mv to out, Altow ou p.uwi' ill t 1. xt . a war Inxvttli ould Pl Bo.I Uw ouv ovory j.iiul uf WmXMWLIB 10 Kin Cy r'ur tff .U x'iC ' U d Re all wui-u.a- ft r uy U 'g- -r ft. fiy Th-y'!' MVW to to Ti Uli of oat' mil tl- it h iKm for au 4uis Y . u. "' l j. rxrfl u. 1 p ur vvr u'lj, h v id Vk c Pk'jumin Ouly 2yf ft h a tivuhbth.-fo. tbixe R . "at. h. to. aviual id quartern GOOD WEATHER FOR UNVEILING Taft's Visit to Kentucky mises to be Suitable ? Time. Pro- iVSSS-2-5-S5-33$iiS- X nllv1 ai throo-fourtJ- is .. "".JI,,w -- iw-vo- ad-Ain- la Uj swt lt "vln-os- ar. t Gov. Wilson has tlxod Noverobcr and IB as tentative datos for tlw dUcatJcin of Lincoln Memorial Hall at Hotlgi msvllle, and tho unwJllng of tho Lincoln statute here, on which oc costou Paa.dTt Taft Is to be tlio gu'st of Kentucky. Wltli thoie dab s dn mind tho Governor has wiiUiem to Foiecau;cr Waltz chief of tlw Ixiulsvilio Weathar Durcau, atlcing limit oficial to glvo an idoa if ho can ci what sort of weather irny bo expected tho middle of Navomib r. Tho for casfier of course, can only base on opinion on tho kind of No vember weatli- -r Kentucky has Jn pas.t. Ho has forward d a lottir to Gov. Wlllson Informing tlio Executive as to November ftootlwr conditions In tha last six jvnra. Tho forocostor's records shorn that November 14 and 15 in 1905, 1007 ami 1910 wro pknsant days, altlwugh tho weather was unseasonably cool. Thieso days In No vember, 190C, 1908 and 1909, iwoto too dlsagro able for any kind of an outdoor, Cflebratiion. Gov. WHUon askod the forocastor if Indian summer iwould not occur during tho latter part of Novemlber and askod his opinion of fixing the djdicaitlon during this dates tfor porlod. tore-cast"indinn summer," eald thio toloy, "has no spoxiific date In tho almanac, but is usually expootod in October. 1 have suggested to Gov. WiLoi that If the dUcatixm is to bo 'bold In November it wiU bo bet ter to fix the dat-- as Eicfiirly tts possible dn tho morjah."' Prosddiint Taft lias uxipressod a de-sito liaro the dedication, about middle of November. 14 a or Tlio Kind Yon Ilnvo Alwnys Bought, nnd which lias been, in so for over 30 years, has homo tho fdgnaturo of nnd hns uecn inaelo under his pcr- sonnl supervision filnco its infancy. ' Y, Allow no ono to decel vo you in this. hufc All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd"Just-n8-Kood"nExperiments that trillo with nnd endanger tho health of Infants nnd Children Exp6rlcnco against Experiment. fjyjhy ro Castoria Is a harmless suhstltuto for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is IMcasanK It contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor otlier Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worini nnd allays Fevcrisliness. It cures Diarrhoea nnd "Wind Colic. It relieves Teetldng1 Troubles, cures CoiiHtlpntion nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tlio Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA Sears the Signature of ALWAYS CztT&cceki The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over THC CtNTAUN COMPANY, TT UHMTt1RttT 30 Years. OCTY HCW VOR rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTI ne THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co. (INCORPORATED) Caught in the Rain. Douelasvillc, Tex. "Five years ago, away. Cardul has stopped my suf-- I was cauglit in tho rain at tho wrong time," rwrltes Edna Rutherford, of Douglasvlllc, "and from that time, was token with dumb chills nnd fevers, and suffered more than I can toll. 1 tried everything that I thought would help, and had four doctors, but got no relief. I took Cardul, the woman's tonic. Now, I feel better than in many months." Cardul does one thing and does it well. That's the secret of Its CO years of success. C-Try Cardul. bnrvjn-ITli- WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE AT B08T. iu. ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN REACH. Some Traditions of Rings. Wedding E. G. BARRASS. - Manager. 99 a- - dr(, 1H, ,i ...-- j vt 1 t, - cup-shaiv- According to tho anewnt ritual, in marriage tho husband began tho ring business by placing it upon the bride's thumb and putting it successively on tho next two fingers, pronouncing for each one a personal of tho Trinity; with a final sanwn when tho fourth fllwgtT "was jwached, and thuro, tluo ring remained. directs Tlw Groeik church ritual that tho rfogb placed upon tho right to hand. Puritan influ. ncvi bought abolish tho ring as a vain and luatli-e- n ennbl-im- , but tlw awiAjt old fashion cf giving and taking ombl.-ni- , "for our lov-j'- s saleo," yot remains to u. Betrothal or engagement rings ary In fashion .nowadays, and always depend, or should, on tlw puree of the donor. Where thera aro no limitations U this sort, his taste, if it bo pvnff-c- t, will load hkn o ohooso a diamond salltairo, and ot tho fbtut ho can afford, a small and pure blue-white OUR CLUBBING RATES. Thh Republican and Louisville Herald $1.35 . 1.50 The Republican and Courier-Journ1.75 The Reptijlican and St. Louis 1.25 The Republican and Home and Farm Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.25 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.25 The jtEPUBiacAM ami uaiiy uwensDoro inquirer O'boro Messenger 1.75 TnE Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer 1.25 al Globe-Democrat Twice-a-WeokOwensbo- ro Twice-a-Weo- k Wf-.- biiug altogether preftr-abl- o to a largo stone. Some prefer a ring set with tluvo stonos, genier-all- y a sappblro set ibjtwtoen two Othona eelect a ruby or nn fitono dlii-nioiu- ls. lf rauerald, wlilcli happine-as- . slgnlfioa promise of n v Ft w persons choose pearls for nn ensaEomont ring, as iarlfl for an posed to 4olp.fy tears. Tfoey aro also too iperhlialblo to .bocomn amblems of love, which, in Its first rfcrw atlost Is olwayB understood to bo indestructible. Their (bautiey Is vory prxar-lou- s, being dimmed or "aged," as tho lapidary oxpressos it, .by contact with Impuiro air, whlL) aoUl annihilates tlioin complotoly. Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. Chliaren imi.fci. Cry CASTORIA m FOR FLETCHER'S Pa.'KmtS Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Orecley was formerly. Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such had fu'l chanjtt of I the U. S. Patent Office. Cook on patents. "Hints to inveruors." "Inventions needed." "Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model for ht lt -- iu Qoatoa vir-aaa-- u jita'( 1 1 'lhl .lvd - rj't Nr ..t A Lincoln, Nvb., girl wi!U, "1 with had booi nlllng ifor oeuiw time stonmeli uluoulc coJitftiiMiUon nnd ttvubW. 1 bagan takliut OlmmUoiI111. - sjapai ftajl Uv- -r iw.i i.l in da8 I fwa able uu - t 1' 1 Happlost Girl in Lincoln. ,.i btW gn in a!'u? unoom & Jqw.JJBrv t'fi-''- - ! . j Ul ' GREELEY &MS1M1HE ; i '."o vj r - goOBtitorK 3, bni LL tTT1CT- "- F U 'i, t. i.i fc- - H V I! : RBPORT OF TUB CONDITION giving tho Democratic OP TH19 wndWftk.s much concrn and thftfce a h committee rcoeaky waited Tft t lh TwitoMw editor ta as effort to Induce him to BEAVER DAM DEPOSIT BANK go md neconHB to li Hu.'oH.K;,, iwranU m'tr of lb icmhJ tatoj sotno cthor cowmo ln the campaign. jTHemuch as bo to Indicating Doing buatoceB at town ef &aver of that it tho Donocmtlc party ptects Dam, County cf Oltfo, te C. M. BARNETT. J. NEY FOSTER a plank In Its platform in favor of Kentucky, at tha cloj ef EDITORS busdi33 on. ie ISth day tho County Unit law ttb Courterwlll flAMEY E. DUKBf J. NEY FOSTER of July, 1011, Um roar, ho may yet duplicate iar PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. his paot performances and taJj a RBSOUROFS. duKng tin cainpaign. to trip to Eurcrpo Address nil communications 1 Loam and Discounts . . $178,741.52 Th Democratic Staita Committor 2 U. S. and other llonds, The Hartford Republican. mat In Loulsvilk Inst Wrk, canvass Stocl.s nind SMiinbtles . 17,701.00 ed tiro TntAirrs cf the law primary 3 Duo from Banks 65,235.13 CZIiXritOlTES. and lajuod odrtlUaaitis. Np nMunUon. 4 Actual Cash on hand , ll,213.C0 ..22. was paid to tlw great frauds com5 ChfckB, cash items and mitted In tlw primary Jn tho city of oxctoango for cl anlng ..Nono 28. FRIDAY, JULY to hlch ore notorious Louisville, C Overdrafts every dtlacm of that city, and which J621.81; Sujurod, Ibeen over la common talk, and has '1,538.85 Umscurod, $017.01; . REPUBLICAN TICKET. slnoa tho primary was Wold. Many 7 Current expenses and more precincts were returned with 370.50 f.- ' vo'jcb than tho Democratic Tarty reg- 8 . Rcc Governor, Real Esibate, $2,278.40; precinct isters, in two Instances a EDWIARD C. O'UBAIl, Furniture nnd FIxIukb, ' notunwad as 107 for Addamn and was 2.77S.10 of lit Sterling. $500.00; Total 2 for McCreary, the otihr 196 for 9 Other Assets not includ- - i For Ltaitonant Governor, and 2 for MoCovary. Portions kxI under any if tho abova U V. BUISTOW. living within tho contfineH of those None., heads of Goongetctwn. pruclncts slate that not a dozen votes WiDu actually cast in jjlUier of thorn. . .$267,585.00 Total For Attorney Gqnenal, AIoOREGOlt, LIABILITIES. TH0S. ii. Wo am glad President Toft gave of Denton. tho D,nnocrats crodiit for itho onact-ms- 10 Capital Stock paid in, .. .4 25,000.00 yjo'proclty Jn rash of tho Canadian Pot Auditor, BBTIIBRUM, as It should he, for 11 Surplus, ?20,6S7.53; Untreaty. This is LEONARD W. divided profits, $1,469X0; of Mt. Vornon. tho majority of Republicans in both 28,157.15 aro Total Houses voted against it. Wo Mr Treasurer, to 12 'Deposits on which interMONROE, quite willing for tho Ddmocraits HERMAN F. havo all tho honor of passing ibhat mit is paid, $121,362.93; Louisville. tibje Deposits on which lniterost measure, which Is a Mow at oriatary of S,tatc, For measure Is not paid, $92,954.92. To-- t Atnoricaiii farmer, and a A. J. OUIVER, .214,317.85 tol Deposits which cannot possibly he n benefit eC Scottsvillo. to anyone in tho United Slates. We 13 Cashier's chocks, out-"- -" Fox Commtseionjer of Agriculture, standing, . , None; Certified predict that tjfcK ProJdieait will next D. W. CJiARk, chocks.. None year bo still mono In favor of of Barbourvillo. the lysponslhllty of this en 14 Due to Ranks. . . .Nona For Superintendent of Public actment upon itho Diinocrats, amd the 15 Notui and Bills IiistruoLion, to .iNone; Bills payaDemocrats will be endeavoring V. W. VINSON', responsibility of it ble.. Norte forcto tho entire of Prlnoitoo. unon tho President. Lot the Dqmo- - 1G Other liabilities not Inora's ib.ar all of tho odium and let cluded under any of tho For Clerk Count of above heads. Dividend unC. S. WILSON, tho farmers take notloa accordingly. no-opaid of Williamsburg. SHULTZTOWN. For RqpnoatJQtatdvG Ohio County, $2C7.r.S5.00 .Total Julv 13. Whtat tlvreshung is Uij I. A. liEAOH, - now. STATE OF KENTUCKY, ' order of thla daof Beaver Dam.' set. County of Ohio Mr. JeEf Jones, of (Hot aprlwgW,ArK., For Senator, j I, John H. Barnes, CashUa- of the is visiting his tootther, Mrs. Fannl-C. HOLMAN, eol.tmmly swear abave named Bank, do Gentry, of this iplae- of Morsantawn. is Arue to Misses Noaoh and Amnio Chlldurs that the oIUomo statement beliwf. Miw. Fannie the 'best of my knowledge and are visiting their aunt, JOHN H. BARNES,Ca3liiK?r. says tliat all Gentry. The Courier-JournSubaciibed and s,worn to betow nw tobacco growiors and Republicans are Ckirenice Pirtle and 'family arrived ICaw, by John H. Barries, cashier, this 2Cth Cromwell, July 7th, from night riders. at Oklahama,and after spending a few day of July, 1911. n Out in Nebraska the J. M. PORTER, Notary Public. days .with (his father, 0 C. Plutle.ls My. Commission expires February Ddmocrats anm to liaw capturul tlio now at Liogan Stevens. State Convention starting a b.oom Mrs. O'uis Bennott wlio was with 2, 19141 Correct Atiteat: for Governor Harmon, all of whioh is her mother, Mrs. Honny Shaver, or G. H. BARNliK, a black eyo for tho givat Commoner Beaver Dam last lias. :jtumied 0. P. BARNKS,"" to her home at this, place and nvporta " If tho Democratic State Convention C. P. AUSTIN, adopts a platform declaring in favor her mother much impnod. were tiho Direct oca. A. C. Stevens and ifamily of a. county unit local option law, Mr. iwiill not, guests of his tincle Wm. T. Stewns, Watteraon announces that he RBPORT OF THE CONDITION, Kan., July 1th. He re nly roXuao t,o lad tho proosslon,but of Wichita, OF THE Ittwy, also visited ports his uncle Wtll. ihBii ho iwill lag far to iOj3 Jtear of the Mrs. Stevens's braUier, C. R. Bar, jcompany., RQCKPORT DEPOSIT BANK a nard, of Joplin, &lo., and repont Along about one or1 two o'clock in nice visit or will Doing business at Rockpont, town Clifton Taylor, of thl3 place ihe mornlnig editor Wattertcm, , Rookpont, County of Olilotate great, toacli the "Union Hill" school this 3ullps, is table to of KJontucky, at the close of troros oi night rlde'ns, fall. business on tho 18th day, Prohibitionists marching ithrough gueit of her Josaphlno Pdrtle Is the and of July, 1911. Kentucky to Uie tuntj "I am n Sojj1 cousin RutSi Stevens near Beaver mw dnlel uam. !eir nf the Cross." ot. nESOUROES. o 4t this onoa trulj' great wlltor had bey Mrs. Ophelia Leach antf Miss 40,151.04 Ijoana and Discounts .. naus,oatlng but emo not only Loach, of Barer Dam, aiio ,U. S. and oilwr Bonds, pitiful. Mr. Dudloy Plummer and Mr. Stocks and Sjcurltko. Lon Gentry"s this week. The fact that the Republican State 2,529.50 3 Duo from Banks LATER. Convunitlon transacted its business in 4 Actual Cash on hand .. 4,479.08 July 18. R. a. Barnard and famiin orderly fashion aarmltlting itho ma- ly of Rob Roy, were thd guests of 5 Checks, cash ltinis and mattura, and adjorlty to rule in all exchange for his sister F. B., and nephew, Logan journing without any display of fac G Ovjrdrnft R. S'ivna Sunday. tionalism lias been a great disappoint ' Siurod,..NTono; Clarence Pintle and family are vis83.2.-- 1 ment to our Democratic fnleuds wlu iting wear Bcaven Dam ithls wmj'c. Untiocurtd, ?83.23; .. .. iliat the were ireely offrirag to n!XpenEo3 and tax-HSam Giaii'jry and family, of Caney-vlll- 7 .Curivnt 1,187.24 ccwfmstlon would ibnok up in a ruw 1 oM are tlw guests or his brotlwr.Lon 't4 " and .would be the most dliordwrly Gentry. 8 RiU Estate, 12.401.28; no ever held since the ftvmous Mulc Furniture and Fjxtuivs, Mrs Annie Shultz, of Braver D.vm, Hall nutting. 4,072.47 $2,2CS.19; Tutol visiting ivlatU'jjs in Shultztowi) Is 9 Other Au?jt3 hum includ u Welltlio rtcipkolry bill has at last this we ilc jasaod tlw Senato at id has biicomu a Mrs. Chester MoCrocklin wwnt to lunuVa any of tlw abovu Nojw htads Jiw bo tar as the United States is Btttver Dam today. hou ouurao it will bo ratiTlw work on tlie mii school concerned. Of $51,102.61 Total fied by Canada in a Jiffy as that cou is progies2dug nicely. LIABILITIES. Dam, bodt of tlie barMis? Addde Taylor, of Bjwer Hy js to get oil tH 10 Capl'al Stock paid ln In gain. Wo itnodict tliat in l3s than will teacli the school at this place. $15,000.00 cash .' country will beh'.ar-4il- y bio yms this 11 Surplus, $2,350.00; UnNotice to Taxpayers. sick of the trad and more than divided iprontB, $1,150.94; "" willing to itako it all back. In the Lrfst of appointments, of S. O. 3,506.94 Total .. V en- nKantlme thoiw who Iwlpetl to Kcown, Diiuty Shsrilf. 12 Deposits on which dnter- - v aot this on j Bided piece of leglslatloni Dcanfiold, August 2, a. an. tcr.at Is paid, $15,128.27; will havo to onwir to their constl--teien- ts AotnnvlUo, August 2, p. m. ' Doijoalta on m hich liitettvsfl fee tho ivsulla. IIonho.it, Auguai 3, id not paid, $15,407.43; Rear Shneve, August 4. musT"bo giving This man-O'Total D.uioste .... .1 .... 30.595.70 Ftordsvlllo,, August 5. Democratic friends a great dufil ur 13 CaahWa chfclss, out- - i Btavor Dam, August 7, ' of trouble thwso day and nights. CemtonUnvn, August 8, standing, ..Nono; Cjit!-- 1 Banujcnai'olc ' Stni'li vivas, The entire i Nona tlrlod cllscta Point Pkasant, August 9, p. xn. AUf, llt.Kj. bid and youiife M bark-In" 14 Dun to IMnki) .. ..Nojui , 'Matan7jw, August 0, a. m. jit Ids heels In a way tliat indicate 15 JS'otiBS nnd Bills nxia- Sraallhous, August 11, a. nu Umi. they oonsider him a most dan counted, $5,000.00; Bllb Coralvo, August 11, p. in. erous candidate against fath-- r ipaj'a'jld..N(H!M: Total .... 5,000.00 iMallenry, Augutl2, Our local cooteniorary In 16. Othor l!oiblJUi,M not in- ;, Ilookiort, August 14. "Wodmeday'B issue comtolns twenty-Jou- r cludod unilior any cf tlw Wyaox, August 1C. d of wUtorlala and Just Nonu ahoi'o holds rrontls, August 16, e. m. them contains the name "O'lU-ar,Cronmxill, August 16, V, m. all thia mrt uxcopt tlir , tub di irtited $51,102.64 Toi!ttl Sulphur Springs, August 18. io luo Rioinibllcan State Convention STATE OF KENTUCKY, 11. IUiACK, S. O. C. T. r platform. County cf Ohio. uct. D2 By S. O. KBOWN. 1). S. I, J. It. Duin, Cajhlcr of thp nlwo ua.&n6tHnd"ihaQloifry Wattur-.sa'- a Wo oiisJaugiit on Prolilbltdon and For summer dlarriiooa in chttdra naniud Bank, do lvmnAy uwar tliat Party naiid his. at)tompt always give Ohamberlala'B ColIe.Chol-er- a tl'jo oJUo) sr'cuVMnont la truo to tlw tbv of niy knowt."digj and belVrf. and Diarrhoea HcnJy and caste provo tiiat all tobacco groworsoM J. K. DUNN, Cartikr, that tlio Rojiubllcan tor oil, and a epoody cure U cwtaln. j&lvt rldiffs aud Subticritvid and mom to before nw yxiy has fonuvd a coalition with tho For mlxby all druggWe. od ini nlgbt riders, 4 f t The Original W haven't the time, nor space, to make any introducbut ing remarks pertaining to this Cut Kate Drug Store, you read over the partial list, and come in to see us when want anything in the drug line. It's all CUT KATE. Miscellaneous Articles. Ciirlxtftit'B Liver Povder..l9c Nyal's Littlo Liver Pills. .19c t Cut Rate Drug Store j ..' itax--csip- RUukr SI 2-2-- Goods Department. S" cr" 3 CD Ad-da- Fountain Syringe 83o nt Ohiunberlain's " " ..19c 42c Dodd'H Kidney Pills " " 42c Douii'b Dr. King's New Life Pills 19c Pierce's Discovery Wine of Cardui.. ... Pinkhara's Veg. Com Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Castoria Cepbaglitie Sloan's Liniment 83c 83o 83c 42c 29c 19c 19c " " $L25 $1.50 50c 75c Atomizer Sponge. 35c 50c Rubber Bath 03 o a fi cf cr O S3 :rcre CO o rp 'p CQ era VX CO Q Paint! Paint! P c a o C3 - o Toilet Brticles. Colgate's Talcum Powder..l5c. Mellier's Talcum Powder.,10c Golf Girl Talcum Powder 15c Brighten up and use S. W. P. covers most. "Wears Longest, Looks Better, Than any Paint you can buy. 'Now don't forgot thisbut when you do painting ome to see us and call for Shevin-William- s p p0 & a(0 cr S3 pa c O r era (3 CO c v sr.cra o sCr Ph CD slrau-derii- Paint. nddis-count- ed. Hind's Honey and Alum PRESC1 At-yo"- " TION DEPT 40c Cream 19c Colgate's Toilet Water Euthymol Tooth Powder.. 19c Command at any Hur, day or night. 2 cs B CO Cu Jo cf P rp I Ohio County Drug Co., bor-pornte- I GRII 'S Ittt al Original Rate Drwcfslsts OLD STAND t Anti-Brya- HARTFORD. ' by J. R. Dunn, this 25th day of July, 1911. KENTUCKY. 1 . fd, i',.nsanday r, wk with thioir P. Johnson. idauigh-- l tle girl will ooliebraba I. 'H03ICK, Notary Public. jMna. ViU Park Is visiting In (Hen commission lexplros July 2(th derson. I 1914. SchoJwiU .begin .hono July, 31st. Corrtoat Attest: JIADDOX, Mr. i'tter Hunt Is In Indiana on J. E. A. J. GIBBS, a fouslfss (tylp. W. P. 1LER, atra'J. H. Thomas and llttto boq, Dlroctore Land arj epondlng tjho wo. at SulpK J. Mv annlvorsary Julyi 17, 1912, Mr. and Mrs. Robont Shultz,of Sul- -' llvan, Inid., una vflaitrns .MolartivcH' hon?. Mr. Will Park is voaaifcing In Grayson countyi this 'WKjck. Mrs. NoTa JUdklfX, juidow tvf farmer Jailer Mddklff, and children, of Lexington, ana visiting netofilvics hone. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Petty visited: relatives at Barmett's JEa-r-y Sunday hor first IMijth-d- ay NARROWS. st-e- Blr-ohl- tkbao-lutol- vis-Itd- rg Irs. J. H. Tlhomas anil son Linden spent last nwfck with Mra Thamaa' fathtr, Mr. Noblo Bean, of Sulphur Bpringj. ftlr. Roy Armendt, iFordsvllle, was In town Tuesday. Branch, Mr. Lon White, Horsk was In town on bnsilnwas Monday. Olrs. Nona James and daughter Lll- BIrs.1 lio. Eorrctfa Foxry. visltted Rnfroiw Tuesday. 1 MlskisEllo Renfrew and ArlIThto; as attended thki picnic at WhlOesvllf hil;u mixy. jriand Mrs. A. R. Rcnfrow's lit UNCLE SAW call8your attention to a comparative statemen of his bank as of March 7, 1911, made to the comptroller of tho currency, and of same date 1910, which shows an increase of more than lit e, 13 Littlo MIeIs Rcm Howard, Whii: vile, la spending itlie nvfc)k with Arllo Thoanas. Llttla Marguerite Renfrew ffc p $150,000.00 In One Year March 7, 1910. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts.... $ Overdrafts U. . Bonds and Premiums 181,146.53 mIul8 Banking House, Furnl- Banking House, Furnl- tiuro nnd Fixtures .... 22,000.00 turo and Fixtures ,. Cash $69,850.08 Cash ., ..,,$80,465.90 Duo from Due from Banks Banks March 7, 1911. RESOURCES. 754,763.71 Loans and Discounts ..$ 837,937.34 640.39 Overdrafts 708.92 U. S. Bonds and Tre- 231,905.91 20,000.00 Itih. iMIoa (.mntl VD,i. wm.i4d lljrUU.v AT." OTIrfl'l"' DuW, of Suanydalrj, who linVffl slclc for two wo-tIs eoina h .Mr. nrfinilMi Rim.'3ulii)hur f'nS3 YdsJtkl his elaljr h.iro Sunda: iMr. Jamos Galloway who1wU a rwldcnit of Owonsboro M clm,J tlma has 'bought a faiini id lwIVJ n.rl will imnUtt Ills IhfiTtm ll l'lu hfo family. )I1 Mrs. Itosotw Fentr ea w,a8 nw Mvafa In Indiana Wslilns home. J " and S. U, - 1v Ititii s m.lSO.W iMessra. Codo and jatlVO tUf ?nni on n $1,115,583.71 1.268,702.fi0 in Indiana and, llllno! LIABILITIEa LIABILITIES. FOndeAir Rvo.iv Kirvv Capital Stock $ 250.000.00 Capital Stock $ 250,000.09 villa Monday. Surplus Fund ..'. IvI'lfO 2.600.00 Surplus ,Find. ., lusitl , 6,500,00 M'd ,lJW" Undivided Miss IsaLl.'l Thomi Profits .. ., 7.91G.23 Undeleted Profits 12,594.68 visltliiK HvlatiMca Sr.(MKiboro and Circulation 180,000.00 Circulation 230,000.00 Whlm-tnInr thd- tWO Wrdflka Deposits 675,167.51 DopoaWa .'. 770,607.82 51 has coma noama Thn W- - Troas, and 87,183.03 157,033.11 S, U. Tress.'- - 97,e84.4'3 lll ar" .... .,.. Mc-Ora- sltlcn lai lnur hla Tll,r Mr. E')Unt Cihjcuso vj;2at-Ilon, no nas a po- t homo epxil' PM--- ) $1,115,583.74 (LtiJt ovor 1U1 one-thir- " i ' Oll0n.ViT Rrn,f Renfmw the family' and Sajtundcvy ta vlsitlcg can one wiuk. In Owi ii.iloro, Clf iVWKs-llo- , SSodffkmir home' Mrs. Olivia1"' Sunday at Sul- &Hwfid HMD Mlaa lliil&J'1 imlut l. l5' - J- - D- - rowtooof the bank's LJSO United States National Bank borrow cent out of n that bank. Make the United w,u ,oan you money or IntSStS fjl bank failures $1,268,702.60 are caused bor-otlJoy- W SS K' DIRECTORS, bt, Miss n Owhort In?c Mr and? J"UB- W1 l8 vteltingr at "M J. J. W. wvi SWEENEY, LAWSON RENO, HBNRY WlLB, DR McCulloch, J. T.Griffith, John AImh, of Hart- - OWBNSBORO, ArKuV KmK. pm I c i T Mr. Clifton S&Tvens, who Is in tho Mta Stella WctiTirflr returned Suiwte afltwnoon from Louisville Rftverewj Navy, on tfio Battleship Louisiana, la near has been visiting frlemfci for mst&ti at Kfce hom of his pawl's, days. Be&wf Dim in a. ten, day furlough. 4- nov. andMie. wTll. Wright left iMm. Ilo:lwr WiillnmlojrSunday for little daugh Monday fur a visit witli frlonda at Rochester, Ky., with Rud!ivllle, Central City nnd other ter, Suite Laura, whore tlw latitor will tako oat opa'hle toVoArrlmt, p points, Mrs. D. F Zimmerman" and eoq, Amazifio R aidjr Sim returned Miss MasMr Botirke, wturnwl to itiholr a to h r home at MoIIiMiry, after guest of Miss homo at Louisville, aftor vfeftjng Mrs. brief wls'.t bore, Uw W, H. T.iyJor nnd otlwr relates Lfllllo Burton. her?., Mr. GeargJ BenTbt.t, at Johnson Oofycu to aoiw sonw alfalfa City, Tenn., who la visiting Ills If you care to r cul our nwur Kranos, was visiting friends sood?j offcrn'on another page of this Issue hero this wok. of ,Tho RorubUcan and the ajjd kJa Sffi rsMi pSj c rQ Mrs. Alvina Williams and llttlo sun, frocs?; ' Russell, of St. Louis, Mo., are; vlsMlng MfsT J. E. iUtebdll ahd rolat.vB hi to, and will return prtb-ab- ly Mr'ond childnen, of Dundee Wiurtne gtiest Sa'iurday. nf Afr.ibnvriin Tl.in fntirlxYnTrillv .nt tin Capt. John G. Kown has returned-froin- i I'AWjk, re'iylns homaMony Canada, townlaat an extensive trip In dav nibrnlnir. I. Case where lw njpns.ircal tho J. Sjl FREE TOE AND Havo your doctor to kxivo. your prv- Machlna Co. soriptbns with a stonl tluat has ifrtsh ANKLE MOVEMENT TrTTTVT?7TTVTVVyTyTVTyTTTVTTTTrvVT7VVVT7YTr R rv. and Mrs. Chewier Stevens and drugs' in v iry wok, and uaes no Buy a pair today are Miltlo duughiter, of Louisvlllo, A Mrs. othor visiting Rev. Stevens' motli-r- , OHIO COUNTY DRUG COv a:f Laura Qtuvi ns. .Misses Aainle J. Patton, Anna Eliza Lewis nnd llttlo son, Mrs. Is now a and"JAlIcn Koawn liava rpi'.itnjdifrom George, Jr., of Owenaboro, are vise nvar FonLrvlllo, wlu-nahoy wvrotlio and wilf iting tho former's panjits, Dr. and made TV guits of Ms Fanayu WhltHlne'bill Mrs. S. J. Wedding. soon be do for several dajy. Mr. Chart's W. Bonm-tit- , ot Ithaca, Ohio County Drug Oo.IsiDllUng iw- N. Y. Is vialtirg his paixui'iB, Rev. scrlptlons, "dally," iwrtbSjn (by allthli Ho will and Mrs. R. D. Bennett. doctors, and tliy aro picas- l iwi'h remain here about n woit. the quality, bo kit us plaE t)U iwitili Mr. Lea Long and tix chllidrinn, of tho pric-- . Try us. 2 It Bowling Gnwn, am visiting friends Airs. Walter F. IOjaridy, of East h ro for a f0tw days. Mr. Ijong was Hartford, who has boem suffering KORRECT OUR GUARANTEE fonnitxly in busin9 here. of up from malaria for thhs past (five WitLtkn, FIT LabelRet. US.Pal.Of. homo Is now suffering from pneumonia, nnd Mis3 Hattlo Glenn raturniU If die tipper bmli dirough before odd STYLE in. the nt tola u worn' through, wo will Last Friday from Bowling Gneion, ICy., Is in a critical condition. PRICE AND WEAR reolice with new doit. Sum- wihijno sha has bon itaklus spoclal Mr. Connor Ford cann-- i homo Sat AU Buirojtpt leathers coma under lha Guarantee, work In the Nonnal scliool. Wear. No 4- urday from Bowling Green, wheroho " Mrs. J. A." Prichard" and little Kon, has heen in school for several pionths BURT & PACKARD CO., Makers, Brockton, Mass. clsevvhere. whoJams Benntt, cX Lonlsvilbr, ,wlll ls Ho will spend hto summer heflmlufonq tnmornoiw to visit ithe "former's oommiencing BY his teaching tills fall, jmrents, and Mrs. R. D. Bennett. Did jou ovr conLa'xlr ithat while Sir. Mantln Thomas w.Ui leave (Mon- you aro Kvpiiig qulict, ithat the people at In athter ciitis aro hustling? And day for a visit with hJs BtaBer 4pline of Men's Low Cut Shoes, we In order to close out our entire TTyVTyTyVTVVyTVTTVTTTTTTTTyVVTTVVTVyVTTTTYTr Cadiz, Ky., after which he will visit then we wonder why some cities grow placed on sale our best styles, our Burro Jap Patent Leather have his broths ir, Mr. Jaims P. Thoma3, whllo others stand sttill or go back. Shoes, regular $4 Shoes, at $3.19. Also a limited supply of the of Louisville. only $1.50. Outsiders will hncve Uie eamn orAn-ksame Oxfords in last season's goods, $4 values for y, Meisrs. W. M. Fair and R. R. pays to trade with a cf. jiour city that .yuu have. You See them in our window and remember it city, and A. R. Scotit, uf Sadiella, cannot tlumi to thunk bjtttr House that saves you money. y Mo., w nt to Taylor Minres .lJdntis-daalways of it than you do. So it amid wont through thvj coal mines payB ito be a Boositier, not a Knock at ithat place. er. Mr. John T. Mioro has rutunnid Mrs. T. B. P.jtrie and little daughfrom OwecBhom, wherti hy accomiion-k-- d ters, Miss s Anna Ruth and Leila ills father, Capt. W. II. Moore, May, of Brazil, Ind., arrl'-osltejpa-tlii- c who w nt to that city for .to be tlie guests ot the former's tiVotmont. mMM Fo-glparents, Judge and Mrs. J. E. Mrs. A. J. Williams, Allss Myrtiio $- Williams Williams and Mr. Sydn-iIf you are Intresoted in the future aWiendi 'tho funtieial and burial of welfare of Hartford and Ohio counMr. Clayton Rhoads, at Boftveir ODam, ty, you mill of course bo Interred 3 Duo from Banks .. .. 32,8129.0.--1 Saturday afternoon. in our Big Industrial Edition, and 4 Actual Cash on hand .. 12.711.31 of do everything In your .power to help 5 Checks, cash items and Mr. A. R. Scott and family, HOTEL BATH HOUSE Sadelia, Mo., who have ib"fjn 1s:tin; us Jn making it tlie best edition evexchange for clearing 4.739.J3 Thursday for CUs er publish vi in tills part of nolatlTCS herts . Ken- u Overdrafts ey county, where they will vsiit b&- - tucky. $1,730.43;. New Building .'. Five Mineral Wells .'. fore returning home. 2.90.-..8Unucutvd, ?1,175.39; .. Large, Cool Rooms. Yard Shady The successful city, like ths sucMrs, James Lyons and daughter, cessful .merchant, Is tho one that In 7 Current exinses and tax es paid ilC.32 100 lbs. Granulated Dorcas; Mrs. Sue Rarawtt and daugh vites attention to its claims iiy well MIMRN STEAM AND MINERAL- - BATH HOUSE Sugar . . JliiK $3,000.00 ter and Mr. S. T. Barndtrt. will leave dlreoted advertising. ThUf "Is (the ab- S Real Es'ate. 50 lbs. Pure Lard ij 3.2S Furniture and Fix- - ' early in August for Colorado, and ject ot our Big Industrial Edition, to Baths g8ven by Hot Springs Attendants. 1 bbl. Patent Flour 7.7S tures $1,000.00 Mrs. Banwtt and daughter will prob- attract outside nttemon, and nsk an 1 bbl. Salt 3.50 J. R. PHILLIPS, Proprietor Total 4,000.00 ably remain there. of th claims of Ohio 10 lbs. Pure Lard 9 Other Assets not Included DAWSON Sl'RINClB, KY. of" tine OWo county. Mr. R. B. .Martin, rates:. $7 to 0 ikk week. 5 lbs Pure Lard 6ae under any of the above County Supply Company, and Mr. C. Wo would like to publish a numBest Bacon, by side heals None at iMorgantawn ber of tho nice residences throughE. Morrison MTero Bacon Butts 31c Ajhi Banncrtit is vlaltlng h-- r Wedn sday and Thursttiyi mihyro Mr. out tho county In our Big Industrial CMrs. Paris Green, per lb Total 2Gc Martin had aold a gatsollmj moaid grad Edit.on. rf you would liklj to havi daughter, Mrs. Ed. Johnson, in 5 lb lots, per lb ac A LIABILITIES. er to be ustd on hto Butler county yieair home in it, and .will h'lid us cotutf-j-'. G bars Big-- Deal Soap 2oc 10 Capital Stock paid an. roads. a phutognaph, wo will have dte FRIDAY, JVISY 25. . M Mrs. Sidney Dataoai, of Sunmydaltf, 6 bars White Magic In cash 25c 40,000.00 made and charge jou unly Several of the young irtjn of the seaioral days who has bein alck for 6 bars Ivory . 15c 11 Surplus, 120,000.00; UnB.t wtot dt actually cocstB us. alty will flntortadn this avienlng is some tti r G bars Fels Naptha k- divided 'profits, $20.09; 25c ttlj homta of Mr. John Glenn. llllnolaContralRallroad-Tlm- o is Mr. R. R. Wedding, Jr.," who 6 bars Lenox Pmvcr Miss Ira Mills, the effioient fclork making an extensive tour of Total 20,020.09 Mr. Larkln WllUasnu. of . 23c tht Sf. Table. t oWioa'a In Uie local pest oftlco, will Republican 3 pkgs. Argo Starch Dam, pald-Th- a leave West and Is now at Colorado Springs, 12 Deposits on iwhlch 3flt-At Beaver Dam Kv. is paTd, $HG,183.4l ploisant call, Monday. 3; pkgs Eagle Thistle Soda today 'for Wtstorfiilold, Ky., wnlikine she Culo., has remenibirud TImj Itpirbll-ca- n Iftc Deposits on which intuv-Ik're- at 3 boxes Forget-m- e of will be the guest uf Mns. T. C. Mc very kindly by (tending us a not Matches llkr MIsbis iRortba and NWlte Toll, Is not raid,?77,CS9.10 copy ot "The Piko's Peak No II III Ituilliil. Itaily 2 boxes Table Salt MaHf-nreio tho gu.;st8 of Miss Quary. Iflc North Boiiiut. Total Depcalts 193,872..'1 2 No.lil iluoll:S5 u.in. Lllllo Bur&n Uiflt .wevdt. No. 132 due Ma la. News," which i!s publlshwl on Piloe's bars White Floating Soap . . . 311c Mra. J. W.r Brunar onUrtalnod her - P. " No. tl "" 13 No.lIIitu12:2Sp.nJ. Cashier's ch cks, outuolmrol class, the Careful P.iak, an altl!,Ude of 14,147 f.--t and So. lilt ilueS (5?. in a Sunday lo.l02dne2:4Sp.tn. Mr. and Mra. J. C. Thomas ga standing, Ncne; Certlfl-.Is tlie most "elevated" pubVieatllon nvenlng at her birthday .parity Monday mVhUiuiib for Gimmes, TiUxUday chks, .None. tho Remember tlie Place heme on Washington street. Games In the world. In looking over th-i- r eun, Maator Elijah. .ait1 Mrs. W. II. TayJoT ds on tho Mat M tlie anivals at the Ixik we 14 Duo to IJmkH ....Nout and refreshments, worn enjojvl by 15 Niitjia and Bills An Joti 6Uinor will lw blvon Uat thp youngsters. Those pr.ident were find the name of Mr. Wedding. i None; Hills pay-- t vlsWiwl his ipawnta at Lllwrt' church Saturday rniglxt for Mr. J. W. Marks Many Laura Several of tho young ludlws gave n Misses Bulah Rlioads, able, None tho .bcoirit cf thu church. n, tow days last week. 8pliaidid lunch comihrting of frk--l Pendleton, Esbslle MuUendoro, Joslo 16 Other liabilities not InMrs. E. "W. Coaper, who has been Carpenter, Edna Black, Hula King, chlsken, tomatoes, hot rolls, cuff.-e- , Mm Bv5yxui Pair T&omaa ie visitcluded under any of the is Biriously 111 for soveral days, LtoulsvUlo. plckltU, ciVam and oakie, .t a few of ing ntilatlve3 in and Nollio King. above hads SC0.00 Jbo rsame br.ttr. thought to young men Thursday afternoon Mr. E .G. Uarroeo apjnt 'yKBtemlay ihis Issue of Tiw the Elsewhere In MrsT0wn Hunt r nndlLttlo Mr. and the of last wo.k. Tho iiarty cm 'buelTKca. In Total $2."i4,452.C0 Monday Reiiubllcan will ibe fourwT iiho wtab Hantford wliarf at four d'clook and to aon sun.t from Guy Statelor arid family wore mtots of tho conklition of the Beaver Mr. with" relatives at Smallhouao. do)A this river on tho Hlieasure-vllk- ', STATE OP KENTUCKY, of wnt Dam DtaoaIt Bank, tho Bank lu town Monday afternoon. County of Ohio. sot. ivtuming about 8 o'clock. Those Mrs. M. M. Bardwoll, oFLwularflK Gap, iDoposiit Hartford and tiho Rookport Mr. R. T. Collins, cf Morton's to hjr homo Saturday afiticr Bank, all ot witlch lndtiltutlons, as ca in the panto ;wi av: Mbses Ruth and I, John T. Moore, Cashier of tho naturcl Tialtod.hla family this above named Bank.do solemnly swear Htittie Riley, Early May Magun,l-ilharo wltlh frUjiwls. be a .en by their Btiatem'uts, aro in For two months, beginulnfi: Cap, a short visit May, of Monton'a Mr. 8. 8. Louisville, a splendUl and flourishing condition. Magan, Katie Pendleton, Winona Ste-wn- s, that tlie above a tat' ar..j'.it Is tiu.e to Rev. Oooll Stevens, of apoat Satiday hrro with W family. VUwnite any knowledge and belief. the beat of Bessie Collins and hore Monday for a vUAt with Tho July 5, I will givo as a pretcitnl duiicalts of tfcJj3o Uuvj y arrlvod 'i"jiasrs. Lewis RRlk-y.W- . JOHN T. MOORE, Cashier. T. M1h EwaTaylotr" will Utovo Mon-t- hla mathsr, Mrs, Iaura Stovns. of ti3S,78C.0C baniksalononnUteaiuin Pendleton, Roboi'tison Sidney fur a mvdtB vtafe at Cnamwl. Subscribed and sworn &t b'ifone nw mium one years subscripiSwi tiherfts Miat th'.y not oaly Fine bargains are to .bo had on our whdah Owonaboro, E. Y. Pjirk, Malienry and Har-rol- d by John T. Mikjiv, this 25th day of '"Ml Edwina Rowo, of confidence of our Be and 10c counter. merit but havo tho to Tho Hartford Republiwui Hodhx-oo'Sliolby July, 1911. Tloe Burnii, Wtha BUoHt Pi Mrs. John C Thomas. 3th Ipeonl o. LIKENS & ACTON. v Hooljr. StfvunB and Harry (AtiUMTiy OWo C, MnrUn ANNA J. PATTON. or Tho Hartford Horald, wMi Mr. Not Llndloy andTdauglrter, MIeii Dr. 0. P. Chapman, of Ovjntortjctwn, ' RElX)RTlDPiHTc0NDlTaON Notary "Public. lcial .huin..eB at Grmonvllla), Mon-- y. Ruth, of Point in tho ono ot (the were beat knqwn nhyslo!ana (My Commission' expires Feb. 2, 1914. each pair oft$5.00 Gbld Sptc-tacle- s, OP THE , city Monday and ipaid u a call. In tlie county at hla 'noimi6 last CorrtKSt Attest. & lining your lticduro U LUtom Staple and Fancy Sunday after a lingering illneTB. Ihe For- - thfjcholo-'a- t guaranteed to wonr ROWAN HOLUROOK, prlo film ,n'.-- , fii.uli nil u!l.i ttlnw. c'.Wl Aoton, Ilaatfuxd', Ky. IVtrt. funeral h trvIcM wfino 3xld SiVhdiay olf- TVW-R. E. LKE 8IMMBRMAN, Jitt "torn' icon by Rev. R. D, Dennett, oKr on iJlkniw & Acton. permanently and fitted stiwi-tilical- ly. J. C. THOMAS, Ool. C. "M. ftvtmaiUvtt. Thursday which tlie Masonic fraternity look Doing buainrj in town tit Hartford, Directors. for Lou!a.iSllo aad' will liiUwa &tur- - i 'lypowrewr iwier in an vi charge osf' tho burial services. H' County of- - Ohio, State of Kenpapor for was ulao a valued nutmibor ot itthi& ' fm U.S. Army: Able bodied Wan VI tucky, at itho cliwe at y. nvrlter ribbon and carbou ltepuuucan unmiarrkid men butwun tie uses of Ornj) r of Rid Men and of tho on the ISth ituy uf Mica Mabel Roll!8w, ct Owavsboro, sale all tho tlnw at The 'Htf. Odd Fellows, and nuonbers of tho3o 18 and 35; oftlzens of tin United July, 1911. la tfcu &i'Wt of Mr. and Mm. W. C. office. s Stafcvs, of good oharacUe; and SehkanHMr. Usera of carbon paper should try lodgus ako att?n.(Vid tho senxh-- In liahlts, who can read Tho Rclhible Jeweler and Ottlkwit. at- RESOURCES. The Cheapat l'lace f Barth to buy the famous TEcho" carbon papor. a body and It was tha largest English lainsuag- - For Guaranteed Ute best paper on the tended burial over ivrtd ki Oentertqwn 1 Loans and Discounts.... $lD0,G50.57fiii)d write tho Seede. all' kinds of Information apply to It crultlng Offl- - Hartford, Quite a wwnber of the f"dM of Uiti 2 U. S. and othrr Bonds, Kentucfcy: market.' Sold by The Hartford ytTha OHIO COUNTY aOPPLT CO. Stock's ,oad Securities . . C.300.00 ivr, Ikviver Dam, K . . 2tt from HartfiordfartUindod, ' 41tf. JlartioTd, Ky. , - Prices Reduced k Korrect Shape 11 Pl tJ hr Bargain hai par-ero- ta Days Are J1 gt JL TvBk. UUH Not Over I demerits not overlook VHM amSBmB&Pmmw The Jubilee Sale History. Its merits matter of the fact that forgotten, but - i cfe .cz, ffitacfd, fitrni'tzyhZwir. BARHARD ft CO, rm (SOLD ar-rlv- are still desirous cleaninrj every lot. small piece, or any article their stock intended for Spring and mer use to spend your money Spend with the people spends theirs at home. R-n- - Rl-U- Bargains all the Time at JSte&l&Cra fj I BARNARD & CO. j i wrzvKwmCT! y. Hartford, Kentucky. y PHILLIPS SPECIAL lft .. .. Cash Prices, il IS l2c Hartford Republican. ni ib-- intvi--tertt- ... y, f r ak cr-iu- n redts-coum- j Hartford Grocery Co. FREE! - a n. lii s, 1 dd ia. Bank of Hartford bus-iuesa 8iu, Im-pro- tein-poni- to J. B. TAPPA!, tsp-.a- a. s9tf del.kr ST 1 Stftv ''2S "irW" jttk, juatf , h am taMMWMMMMMMMMaM t at 'il".''"lj.. jl nn -- x11 imwmamwmmmmmamumm i'Jii' ' LaAitn. '"' "1"" ""'" h" " mi v mm Ik Great Importance of the Of School flee of Trustee. Sub-District r , On tho 5th tlay of August there will Men, lltoo tools, are UB,i5w whon Backache resulting from weak nfee choecn a pchool trustee In qach a temper. ot ovcry coun- kidneys, a bad cold or other cause, thoy lose tholreee of tho usually renders the sufferer unfit ty In Uio State. Tlio ntimiber In It Is tiho fa'.thloss p:?rei who jIDb Z for work and often results in perwill oxolud ono hundred-enhaven't any ifalUi in his JaIUi!, disability. J if'AfM.. tha t&tal Jn nil tho counties manent Corns aro proof that nature Is ca- Ely's C-"I suffered for years with my Kill "proJtobly cxoooil tem thousand ' It quli"t,l t qulto an .army thla. Boforo tho Su- back, or kidney trouble, and have pable of small, mean thism. Cltts I.Mld . tried a number of remedies from a llivan Law iwns onnatod about threw Most of tho fun wo harvo In life It clcan-.'fi- . More than Heals nuil yera ago, there wore throo trustoa different physicians. local druggistsa Isn't tho Wnd "wo aro looklnfcffor. disKiHCil of our innl- chosen in each of tincso dlstrlcts,say year ago, one brane rcsitltini; fion Catarrh and drives induced me to try 1Mb a poor dentist who is unable nw.iy n Cold l.i tTiolIcnd quickly, llcsturcs luim-c- r. around thirty thousand; of llila Pills to gut to tlio rcot of tho matter. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n tho S'jnses of Tu to and Small. Full size In was mid, fivo thauf.and of fiO eta. nt DruiggWs or by limil." Liquid Do and after using them some three thom ocuM not road or wrlto. Tho suociccsful angler knows Just Croiim Unlm for u?e in atomizers 75 ct. tro need to bo (tunthor to find eauso months I found a decided improveLlv llrothera, CO Ai'nrren Street, New York. whon and where to draw tha line. in my kidneys, and I am glad of the ment for hto languid prosperity n It's a trick when another Stato?' .Each trusteo Iras in charge to say that I hope soon to be fully irnpils restored to health." J. P. Allen, fellow .boats jou at your own gama inotn forty to on liundrud City Court, Glasgow, Ky. 1 Ho da charsol with their praihjrnnd rown Backbee's "Full ot Somo of .tho oid-s- t colleges are still Fed lereed Seeds nave a Life" Nortbem Giarscf reputation of As long as pain is present in any orafortnbly healthful housing, thj Baccctsful seed crowing behind tbem. it pays lo In full poiafslon of their ifacultiea. tho ; part of the body rest is impossible 8dcction of tholr teaclie and pinni ine dcsi. Specialtie- sgeneral oversight of the school. It and the system becoming Weakened No matter ho.w "woU you treat tho Seasonable BEANS Earliest Red Valentine . . Ivjo Sashel many of lihe&a is cxposea to any rorm or disease to worhr you will nowir got out oL' it ia reliably stated that . . Ijjj Bushel Refucee Extra Early sufferer may be inclined, alivo. tholr which the acting trustors do not ontor N:w StrlnRless Green Pod . J3.70 Bushel Wardwcll's Imp. Kidney Wax J4.50 Bushel Anti-Pai- n Pills Dr. Miles' schools nioro than onco or twice a Bushel Davis New White Wax . . If a girl is really pretty, alio doum't Currie's Rust Proof Wax . 44.50 Bushel ywur. So low has this office fallen by steadying the irritated nerve mind being told tliat wmo.othi;r g'.rl PEAS Si jo Bushel Kxtrn Early Atiska . . la tho estimation Of tho pccplo In centers, make refreshing sleep pos- is. ' New Earlv Gradus 5 o uusnei some sections of tho State, that it is sible, thereby enabling the body to Horsford's Market Garden . ii.".o Bushel Buckbee's Lightning Express J5.00 Bushel A man can't bo as wisa all of tho difficult to get omyono to nerve. I recover lost strength. As arcmedy a full Lettuce, the Seeds, PlantsRadish, Tomato andgrowing lice ot was present at tho first meeting of for pain of any description Dr. time as a woman is same of prices. and Bulbs at lowest '"' Anti-Pai- n Send for complete catalogue or submit a list of m Pills are unsur- time. one of tho district .hoards of Jeffor-- Miles' vour requirements and will auote prices. Buy direct from the grower Save Moncv. County under itho Sullivan law passed. Many a mtui heaps ono cyo on a Write today. Mention this paper. Sold by all druggltts under a guar,Cool5' Tuseday When wo Were talking over the Im poltoeman while boasting of his honZad Monday In ""frow. Tuesday after return of February, after provement of sohool conditions, ono antee assuring the no benefit the price esty, vrdn,wn1ay .,n'Moy, Tuesday, after 3rd results. box If of the first 13C8EcHxeSt., Rockford Strd Psrmt. Rlfrd, August, Tuesday after 2ad arose trustees of the CO., Elkhart, Ind. MILES MEDICAL Monday In November. Tho only noticeable thing about for Goifssake and said, nFil0m2s Sanders.Dundeo. Wednesday second Monday in some mun da that tliey aro unnvortlhy forao and help me. I tun haiv, eluct-- d Wednesday after 2nd Monday February. ot notice. Wednesday after 3rd Monday in In May, go toy one rote and I liad to AuguTu Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Nbvem- out and ibrJng that inan in to "vote This doss not lessen tho resonslbll-lty- , iWlien a man falls in lovo' ho quits iwi" Sf,Ies; Poville, Thursday after or mo, eo llttlo interest do tho peo-jl- p except in n temporary and sel- laughing at other vicUni3 of; ths disFebruary, Thursday after Sh i?rUy tAka in tliialr sclwol affairs." , nMon,dajr. ,n. Way- - Thursday after neighbor's ease. fish way, because your W. H. & J. F. GILLESPIE 2ndi M.nd,ny n August. Thursday after In November. It seams as If tho management of childraa in tho next generation, or dt's a grave error to bell-arthat XtJ.ni,PflttT?VRaIph' Friday after 2nd bo in a very faw years, wil become mon every uostowan. is Baturatod out educational matters anight Proprietors witn SSSJ t'n" Marday-'-r Sffl! likened to the ibnildlrg of a houso and .womefli who take up tho respon- culture. twherein the builders gaivo nil atten- sibility of clUssmsihlp. Some of diem It is human nature" to sympathize HARTFOIID POLICE COURT. tion to tho roclf and upper part, ig- will bo in. office, and when ypu eduLACKSM1THING noring; completely the foundation up- cate your neighbor's children, you with tho under dog until ho gets Atlorcym on which tho security and well being are elevating your own. community licked.. S? ". "cur" CUnCoi,d,MoI?,5ay f1' Williams. Mayor; H tho BtrucrtAiro dopanda. R x. and performing a God given duty to If a mountain refuses to como to 8K urer. Members of CouncH," T? n. JTtiKEQ '. tnustc6 are the humanity. In one word, the election somo men they put up a bluff of AND REPAIR WORK reify foundation stonda of our com- of a good, well quallfUd suhndistrict ," thoir own. mon school system. If these Btones trusted is .ytour most important civic m. llarnMf.. Hunting in tho dark is "tho quick n cannot duty at this time. aro rotten or faulty, you rwe ona Dr. E. D.j.Pendleton" est way to find a thing you1 are not Jiavo a safe and satisfactory Btruc- JOHN B. IMoFERRA'N, Ch'mln. IlELiaiOUS SERVICES. .turp. Puch exactly is our condition, of the iAjiuIsville Commercial Club looking for. ces F-- 9nurch evening every jifct fta ofc3t follows Misa. Now Educational Committee, third sin-daA woman never jwys much atten In each month. first anl School i:45y Sunday a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesfollow KentAickians! Fathers! Moth-aertion to what hyr husband 6ays unless day evening. Rev. Patrons! of tlio schools, all, it o?.1? Haptlst Chumhs.Ki. he is talking in liis Bleep. Funny adds Without Points. mornlns- - ami ii-i- " u"ai? is readily within your power to rome-ir- y Runriuv c..i, 9M5 a. m. Prayer meeting An ambitious author may attain n v w . ..:-- ' many of tho ills which afflict our Tiho following collection of fneaks nesday evening, Rev. " w. limner. isuaiur. school system, and you can do it in advertising shows rwhat tho mis- high position by contributing a fiery placing of a word or tlio amission of articlo to a powder magazine. with HtUo itnouiblo and no upwi9. P' m" EId paster.2-'3W.D. Wright By gettfng together in ich a comma "will do in tho wrong conHow? Love may be blind but the blindncs th-rand resolving to put into struction, at a 8entunoe. is not Incurable. Otherwise ehPmS?.UKrc!?rr!CM n 8"nd7 m. " 7 ""' Sunday Scool 9M5. tho of loo of trustee tto bitxuktit mind ."Wanted a furnished room by an old would bj no breach-o- f promise suits. od, roost level hwM, most nctive lady with oltictrk) lights. SECRET SOCIETIES. Even .when a man knows that he and incorruptible man in the cntir, is on the wrong track ho thinks ixs m5SrU?.rd. Lodt' .No- - re. ". & A. M.. district You will not, as a nule.find WanW A room by a young gen train of thought has tho right of first and third Monday nlcht each month. Owen Hunter. yr.iL. l2 tleman with iboth .kinds ot gas. lm servo. Such a man wJU.bj way. P. Foreman Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. 110, wJiat you want, moro like "Wanted A room by a youn? gen- meets every third Saturday R. A. Min Tho young man who is lost Jn adnight ly too "taking to tho but no tlemnn with double doors. miration of a' girl is seldom able to matter, select 'him and then make Hartford Chapter No. 84, O. E. S.. hhn servo. Such a man will be a bus "Wanted Ladies to saw buttons on find himself until after ha has faced MeCALL PATTERNS a"d fourth Monday Celebrated fr style, perfect fit, simplicity aad iSttVeco5d A. man and iwlll have many excuses, but tho second story of hto Smith and the parson with her Anderson. W. M. reliability ntarly 4 yurs. Sold in nearly Lizzie Secretary. every city and UWn In the United Sutss and bj iperalatenoo and insistent lwrsua-lo- n, Brortra building. Lodare Married men wouldn't mind the Canada, r by mill direct. Store told than P?twf? very J10- Knlahts of Tuesday night. you will get through his "hard any other make. Sent far free catalogue. ' gowns "Wanfed a dog by a little, boy with coming of Easter so much if &a.Pan' C C" J- - Ney ter.K McCAMS MAGAZINE of R. pan" and down iwlwro ho lives, and and "bonnets grew on trees as tlwy Jlore subscribers thaa any ethei fasfiton Hartford Tent No. 89, K. O. T. M magazine million a month. Invaluable. .ttKffe you will find a patriot, who pointed ears. at did in Adam's time. est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, EnV??',Srf,t and third Thursday Walker, Commander: L. p. seeing his duty, iwill do It. plain setting, fancy needlework, halrdrtsslBff, A iboy who can open oys"Wantied etiquette, coad stories, etc. Only 60 cents a Foreman, Record Keeper. Sunshine Hive No. ti, r,. O T If on of tho du ters ,with a reference. (worth double), including a tree, pattern. In addition to Make the Home More Attractive Tear Subscribe today, or send for sample, copy, meets every first and third Friday nlsh't tmstee, concerning his individual In each month. Mrs. Attye Grifnn.uSdy People wondtrr why tho boys want WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton. Lady and Wanted A boy to be inside can school and which no one else tu Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue Record Keeper. to Kiave the farm and try ithtslr forand new cash price offers. Address Carpenters and Joiners local Ne. 18S1. .do, and which must and wili go un- pantly outslda the countwr. tune in the city. Thwre is Ittlo THE UcCALL CO. 23S l 2M W. 371k SI.. NEW YORK SSSLa Li1 SaturdaJ' n'eht In each month! done if he fails, these trustors luwe when tho matter Is looked into "Wantoi A room for two young gel ' T "' L,u,t' 3s0" Treas. Jo thfdr hands iius malte-u- p of the Udman Acnie Lodge No. 30, I. O. O. F.. about 30 feet long and 2o feet Too little effort is .made to mako the County Boards of Education and these second and fourth Friday nlgntmeets homes from which tho .boys rim broad. each month. W. R. Hedrlek Neble OranS discretionary boards liavlng largu away, CM. Harnett Secretary. attractive. Thy almighty HAVE YOUR SUITS Ohio Tribe No. 188, Imp. Order jwwors aro n oessarily imjwrtant facWan tod A furnished room by a dollar too often gets in thy way. ,,. ,5..,"" Men. meets spmnrt .n,i tors in school government. As the lady about 15 foet square. .They n,ghL.8ac.h "1?- - Jams c. bm. Boys ane not wild animals. strwun cannot rise higher than its Record,r""" do not nocd a iundlrg because "they girl Wanted A fourteen-ywar-o- ld Bouroe,, eo tho ability and usttful-aos- s jjui iioru TV. O. do not do th'tir work is wvill as oldrr-sui commiiri.W'. .'i.SL' 50 Vi of tlio County Boand cannot wants washing. Wl C. Wallace. er persons. Ono trouble Is ithat many Preston Morton Post No. 4, O. abovo the callbw of tlw awrage holds rogulaj' meetings Saturday A. It and DyeFor sale lA Cow by an old lady iwltih farmers havo tco much too say keforo l tha truitie.8 who make t!uni. Bj crlmpled 'horns. rn?,,nvni.Moaajr ,n,each rnonft.. .talking to tholr about big "l" In ing Commander; J. M. Rogers, saroful and do not any anan in boys.. Why not say we an ours, in In us a trusts) becausj j has For SaV A farm by nn old gentle-nu- n talking about the stock or farm, and Ladies A. S. of E. a. s liter, brotiber, aunt or cousin who without encourage Uw boys to do the Bamo? National Officers: wishtoa to .Ikjcoiiw n. toachor Snch For Sal A nice matUvjss by an old TJu-- will kani to take an inbenoat. teacjiers' aro almost Invariably Sulbscrlbo for a i3iKr in th ,lr nam.?, lady with full feathers. D' Ku"p' at tlio exp oite of the child and 4f then is sometliing dn jvaii's iinU.rcts and this I am fully State Officers: Sal.) A piano by an old lady For vegttobkis or etnek, him tako It Work ' nro,im.?' 9arr(j'l county. Pres. and satisfied I'as btwii one of tjho fruit--f- going abroad dn a strong "nty vice Iron frame. to tho fair, mako the wrntriw du tlielr i ' iIendor80, President cans e of i:i3ont conditions. Do own aiam, und IX tlwy chanco to gilt Treas1' llobertson' MoLeiin, county, For Sale A iparlor suits by an old a pn.mlum, Jut tuvtm havo not let ujianaiUiy, oharlUy or friendClub $1.00 it to do as Warren C0Unty Stnte ship came in bitwon tho children lady stuffud with hair. thwy ldease with it. Hoj-illlfio a X Al,e?f. IlBnry county, and Lat- Jind tholr rights; to do so la to .i V1" ty. Assistant state For SmIj A cotta.se by a gentle- llttlo fun now and then. When ,thy orsnizera.' Uiose ntblo qualities to nn Ig try to have a llttlo siwnt, don'-- uooid I Hartford Pressing GlUb, man with bay windm. Hoard of Directors. Ren Wntsnn xvr. noble end. Jnt iihsrit nloiw Uu or growl, iput in a word jyounaolf. a, M; Barnett, Ohio coun. f? Urooks, Urackcn county, ll. k. mcasuro of tho teacher and trust.. For sale A rubor tArud noivjy and In short llvo with your boys. A Y. M. C. A. ULTJO., Iv ?f y'. "ardln county, and J. F, Uoss. Ouco you get this kind of mn in B Muhlenberg county. buggy. little fun and good nature wlllygo Ohio County Officers: to jwss, thua cluvting BeVM-a- l HARTFORD, KY. H. U Stevens, Prcs., Reaver far toward (tunning work Into play. lost-boo- k. A lady's taathor pocket way out of till our maze of Henry Plrtle. Sec. Hartford. Dam.Ky. brecn find a Ky. Whf yiou got a boy to lovu his D. tord, Treas., Iiurtford, Ky. iflculty. Now Jwro is a plain duty, COUNTY BOARD OR EDUCATION. of Jiccoinpllshment and absoluto-J- y by an old gentle Iiost An Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford.Ky. with no cost Will you . up nun linud with rod flannel. 1. L. R. Tlchenor, Ilaitford, it. h d. and do It, or will you sit idly by 12. C Harffnrrl. lTAvnnl.la jr.. Au umbrella iby an old genand dot it go undent 7 WJ11 you alI SI. 8. I'atlorson, Oluton. ky. . 11. L. Alford. Whlto llu'n. fty. low another ykor of Indiff-rt-ii- cu to tleman .with a bent rib and a ibonu i Illcliard I'luiner, Taylor Mlnes.Ky. jHio adalnost and most iirts!ng of du-t- h handle. i. J, It. llrown, Itockport, Ky. , DrauRhon gives contracts, backed by chain of 30 Colleges, $800,000.0 o ikiss, thin eheatilii capital, und 19 years' Buccess o secure positions under reasonable con Bevoml Notico A tvsoHitablQ tailor vants diiions or refund .hundreds of thoueantls of children tuition. watJiing on Tuesday. a .W out of their birthright, which la competitors, by not accepting. ROOK'TCFFPHNfi- i .time and opportunity to gat nn Y, n'3 proPnaitiin,conce(le that he teaches more . . Notice Annual sale now going on; whorJy t!li may met more don't go jlij;vhero to get cheakd; uooKKceping in inreu months than they do in six. JJraughon can convince you. y ki suofeosfully U10 rough and liuid ibat-tl- o como 11 hor. 75 rer cent of tho United States Court Report -with Uw wmfbl, wiuoh to liwvu-,h- y ' . " rsc 3i z: .si crssss? miUi tj,e(,vtm of Shortjiand Draughor awolU thun? rtJ-. Gentle Jabs. teaches, btrauw they know it faHE BEST. .' ogtssfness. Wb.it Khali th atMW r h.? aad -: ' rur ure.B wataum,"!-- um lx .kct wii Lenrn Teleorr.iDV?' sw fmv ck vBfr QOIlt 111 Mil'. Mh.it UwUl tho Uirvv--t ctf whiflh expN'n frt. With My Back." "I Suffered Years the wife hj'fl going to g mem always wpric fee vrlK toe moat p.ffect of the Mad. , paiviiits, a u awnoy la a dancerwia thin ift,rm to wl A little at an auction al. j-jf br-- s hid my vmll home and bla l.me a utrong M Uwy 4mn t Circuit r -- Cfl. 1 n , , 11 low-dow- Ex-Jud- SEEDS ... . Court T. F. BtrkhttA, Jttdsre; Wn U. ningo, Atterny W. P. MhUtiff, Jailor; K. O. Barreiw, Clerk) F, It. Felix, Master Comnksietifrr; It. T. Celllrw, Trtimee Jury t'uml; T. II. Blaek, Sheriff, Iiartfrl. Deputies 8. 0. Keewn an Lon Black. Court convenes first Monday in February and eontlnuea three weeks; third Monday In April, two weeks seeond Monday, In June, three weeks; third Monday In October two weeks. County Court. It. K. Wedding, Judge; Tlneley, Clerk, C. K. Smith, AtW. torney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday In each month. Quarterly Quarterly Court Begins on the fourth Monday In February, May, August and November. Court of Olairas Convenes first Tuesday in January and first Tuesday In October. Other County Offlcurr C. B. Moxlloy, Ky., It. F. 1). Surveyor. No. z; liernard Felix .Assessor, Hartford, Ky., it. F. D. No. 2; Henry Leach, Superintendent, Dr. A. U. Hartford; Uliey, Coroner, Iiurtford. JUSTICES' COUKTS. 11. a. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In June, Tuesdayi after 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December. O. K. Scott. Cromwell. Wednesday nftn 3rd Monday n March, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after 3rd .Monday In September, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December. John II. Miles. Itocknarr. Frlilnv nftnr 3rd Monday In March, Friday after 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd Monaay Jn beptembcr, Friday after 3rd Monday In December. J. C. Jackson. Cen'tnrtnwn. Rilnnlnv after 3rd Monday In March. Mntur.iau or ie5 ?r.d Mondav ,n June. Saturday aftor Jrd Alonday in September, Saturday af- - ct; ax, Otto C. Martin Attorney Will p or aa at Law HARTFOIID, KY. and odJotaJng iroUce bJ wrofeeekm In Uila coutrtieB. CommreiAl 't and CrttniBAl Prectioa 0. M. a Specialty. o. E. hmimVj IUbhktt barnett ii & smith, Attorneys at HARTFORD, Lamt, - KY. Specialties. Ing. practice their profession In all th courts of Ohio and adjoining coi . ties and Court of Appeals. Sp' .1 attention given to all busini e...rusted to their care. Collections ai. the Prao-tlc- e of Criminal and Real Estate Law Office In Republican hull. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, - KY. practice his profession In OhlnJ and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Col. lections a Specialty. Office In the Her ald building. Will FRANK L. FELIX, H. W. BUCKBEE wib-dlstri- - iGILLESPIE BROS. Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining countIs, and In the Court of Appeals- - Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank. YANCYL. MOSLEY, w eub-distr- tct 6 SA.SfcSS JOHN D. 1VILS0JI CUAS. M.CROWR Snc."i' WILSON &CROWE LAWYktiS HARTFORD, r'" - KY, s! Horseshoeing n' a Specialty. South-Servi- J"-"o"- if.r Will praotloe their profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties, and la the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections!. Offloo ob Main St., opposite Court House. Hartford, - Ky. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. All sub-distri- ct e -- " Ohio County Matters Given Prompt AttenPENSION AFFIDAVITS A' tion. SPECIALTY. OTTO C. S1A11TIN S. P. McKKNNfcT S. Vs RL Martin & McKeoeey Hartford, Ky. General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. Cleaned I Pressed ",e jt lt li-- out-bulldl- ns ul lt pros-Wtut- o Repairing neatly done. work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. called for delivered. per rate month. Electric ;. Bitters ' rnj wtea everything else falls. In nervous prostraHou and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, aa thousands have testified. Succeed medicine F8TDANollT-ROEUBf.- D r it is the best vr a druggist" s counter. ever sold dlaCarPeousr-lTnrd?SUr0r-- " SEEDS BUCXBBffS SffiM SUCCEM t HI li t SPECIAL OFFER.: V04 nw ritU lllB II t. III I III! f'Mi !!! B.il.tM. AtrUlHlS' I !! of-1- Write to4my; Mentha tm VMWIfl WW M 4 V rl.WfHh -- Ptr. jiy Jst Good Positions y"u8ons 3r rw;ti.MC!M. V.NII i SENIX 10 CENTS SUSr "suiR'ii?,,uftJ " "WsUsSim. jw. mmtr I, odu-catl- cmUIaniNL K. $ S(U rtsj Ip'ittes'X ygflZZfcA? C t- AfftZAZZZZ. 'Posrms'VLEMTIFUt ' - lmoT TOY .' -- jt btrt Tffip5 a "iou UU 1. ' ?t nf n-i- .1 tlUo1: - i O ily u mbor W i Hi a J$lKt 1 mn ;J ettuuld rU.uuit to owi d ' TfC.!-",-l''c:3jC0LLE- V4 n "i i - IexuiNi1 -. ' ' . lliv 1 1.1.4 U . i ltio kMjf a n. an or.c aui vi)f.i i' .' '&' CrsvcA,Ji$: a? rwmy0P, & X 'K Mk .'-- - . . jSg-..- ihtt JtTl LSU'Lu' J -- rt"- f For Sale & ndmodl,l PROCURED AND DEFENDED. dm luj oriitio W (or ei ( rt ae arch u1 r rtport, I Frio iuItIcv, hoit to abulia rtttita, tmu marks, I I ceimicMa, cui in coiiN-iniea- . Irishes dirttt Vlrh WatMnglon tattt ttmeA moner ana rjien ime paiens. Patent ind Infringement Pnctlci Exclusively. Writs or rumo to us lit VXt Slntt 81ml, p. VslU4 ttatM Hunt CMo, WABHINQTON, D. C RACE SUICIOE NOT KNOWN Large Increase in Number During Four Years. The school census of tho i Real Estate! the finest Rough rivet bottom land located three miles west of, Hartford. About 20 acres In cultivation. Good dwelling and out buildings. A bargain for $1,250. 60 Acres of 460 eptt, 0. E,, per dAom Snvjth, lionnlo, koQptng paupor Smith, Ixmnde, keeping attixs- wioeks COO M- - 1 3 3 6.00 Honored by Women When t o be- stowed this m confi. V Pierce, denco on Dr. ; L very of Uuualo, N whero thero are racn who bear witness to tho wonder all Thompson, Goorgo, PteBuorlng almshouso 32.85 of Tinsloy, W. S., Sorvloos as Corun- ytr Cl2fk, 43.65 tilcnt soerot trust you. Mi woman I her she IssssssssssssssssssssssssssB. Children ,Sanw w t 6 W'Wl Fts roadcase .amo Fwa O. W. Koawn. 11.20 Goo. Hlokey 10.00 I 'l!7ew3ite, ! '"road caso k A Sanw W. D. Smith road 11.75 oasd acres of floe bottom BhowB that $750,000 moro We hare tvIII bo Sanio pr dlom 6.00 t land from one and a half to two spout for schools during tho oaming Tinsloy, E. E., Viewer 2 days.. 2.00 with year than was spent, In 190C, and It Vlck, Herman, miles of Hartford, part of It Alons-houPapering timber. Alao about 75 acres of up- is also aarjounood that Prof. Ma worth 10.00 60 YEARS' land belonging to the same tract Rafjanatluta, BuperiniUflKlenit of Pub- WllUamsJ. C, paupor coffins.. 13.00 EXPERIENCE Terms easy lic Iaistruotkm, has saved $20,000 In I, W. S. Tlnsioy, Clerk of the Ohio a his office during the last year, as Oounity Count, do oertify that tho story frame conrporud wCUh .the amount spent itho fonogoing Is a complobo list of all tho A now ono and ono-ha- lf building with flro rooms and large year iuvioups by RnQf. J. G. Cralbbe, claims allowed at tihe Junio Term, of rocptleou hall, built out of tho best who mas B!sd3 Supjirtoteiidenft them. tho Ohio County Fiscal Court. Trade Marks Situated on Clay selected material. The aahuot census shows that there Given under my hand, this 20th, Designs and Fredrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. aro 739,T48 children of school ago In day of July, 1911- .Copyrights Ac. Anrnns s.nalnj- a skated and description war Lot 60x205 feet Fine ,wcll of soft Uiis etata Of this number 332.79G W. B. TIN1SLEY, C. O. C. C. ateklf ascertain our opinion frea whether an iTenllon la nronablr nateutanla. Communion. water. All necessary out buildings. are trWto maks and 42,193 colorwd HANDBOOK on ratrats Uona strlotlr confidential. By C. O. HUNTER, D. C. sent freew Oldest apencr for securinffPatenta. Terms reasonable. males. iTba Kemnles aro divldar as Patents usen tnrousn nnn Co. a special notut, wimoat, coarse, in me and 42,918 follows: 321797 iwhlto Farm For Sale. Good nine room two story dwelling colortud. QnSy 36 ;r cent, of this Fifty one acres of Improved farm In Contertown, Ky., has good cis- number ortitonidd school Judging from A handiomelr Illustrated weeklr. Tireeat dr eolation of anr iclentltlo Journal. Terms, $3 a tern, good cellar, never falUng well the Htatiatios lor prarlous jkots and land, thlnty acruB of which ano level and twenty acres of origof water, good stable and other out only 45 par cenit. of ithntw onrollod young inal tract aro in a Iflno, buildings, ono acre lot of ground. A attand. Tiro number of children has uplendid location for family residence grown largely shuoo 1906, iwhan itho meadow. Good four room dwelling, nicely and hotel. Price and terms reason-abl- e. total aumbjr wna 508,416. fTho f7E0,-00- 0 buSlt and finished on iiiditlo and well Apply to apemt ibo moro ithom wdU this Subscribe for The Republican Nice location from road. BARNETT& FOSTER, Agents, year, companed with 1906, Is socurod palatotl. Fanm sltuatod four in'lea from HartHartford, Ky. $1.00 per year. from tho increase in property valuo on the Harttforl and Owensboro and also tho collation, af fromicliiso ford, R.'md. offitaxes, imonv duo from cou-ntCan give lmnidlale pieeesslon if cials and tuiany otor sources which purchaser waa'y to buy crop. Frank P. James, State Auditor, and POSITIONS GUARANTEED .Tlw good wells, and good orchard tho State ntslpctkiar and Examlnors Cwo years old. Short distance from GUARANTEE you a position If you will M. H. qihaitolKT and MoKonslo R. us real soon. We need many more church and school houaj. Prico at once to supplyas we the enormous demand Todd, have diacoveTod. for our graduates. As soon low. Towns, ono half cash set tho required Ti of students tbls offer will bo withdrawn. So aMmmaWtt number and balance on easy terms. For write at once for particulars. No Slavery to Work. further information call on' yf I Dosklns, Va. Mrs. Mary A. Vandyke, I BARNETT & FOSTER, In a letter from Deskins, says: "I 52tf Hartford, Ky. had serious female troubles, lasting 40 days at a time. I was so weak I Saved Her Own Life. BUSINESS COILEGE could hardly walk, so I tried Cardial. ZMCOarORATKD Jfeno. vr. SCHWARTZ Tecumsch, Okla "i believe," says , ntlNOlPAZ. Soon I was hotter. Now, I am well." Mrs. Eliza Epperson, of this place, ljOTJISVIIjlVI3, KY. ESTAnUSIIKD 1804 If you suffer from any form of wom- "that if it hadn't been for Cardul, 1 anly pain or weakness take Oardul, would have been dead Before tho woman's tonic. Cardul will lift I began using Cardui, I suffered from IMEMHTOWI jyJtL-j- v and district t you out of the misery and wearinnoss pains in the head, shouldors, back WMTJED-ride and exhibit caused by womanly weakness, and a nnv aernt campic raxesi moaei "ivncr mcycie tumtsied ay US. side, limbs and the lower part of my making money fast. Write for full particulars and special offer at once. St. IU2 HO MUKEV BKUUIi'KU until you receive and approve of your bicycle. Wiihl (help you to soo tho bright side of body. Cardul helped mo moro than to anyone, anywhere in the U. S. without a cent deport In advance, treiayftti irAl. an life. Try rt. Your druggists sells anything, and I am now In bettor? llow TKN DAYS' ITIIUE TIUAI. dutinff vluch time you imy ride the bicycle an c-- is put It to any test you wish. If you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish t ; it. health, since taking it, ihhan for keep the Dicycl eshlD it back, to US at our emn anrf viu cttttl nit fur itul tut We (umiJn tlie highest grade bicycles it is possible to male F1RTARV PBIPF3 four years." Nobody can deny Unit a' one 'null profit above actual factory cost. You save ft Notice. to . J5 middlemen's profits by buyinz direct of us and have the manufacturer's cull the best tonic a woman to take is a antee behind your bicycle. JJO NOT 11UY a bicycle or a pair of tires from anjron Until VOU receive mir ratalnmir nnH lam nil, nnhMrd M ftr4 All Sit aflV 4riC saorotarks of tho American tonic for women Cardul. Please frtcts and reinarkablt tpecial offer to rldor i;ent9. .to try requested Vflll HILL RP HdlUKianCU wnea Vou receive our beautiful catalogue an 'Society of Equity aro dt study our superb models at the ivondirful. lowtrtcet we can make you this year. We sell the highest erade bicycles for less mom havo tho tobacco pledges circulated than anr other factorr. We are satisfied with tun nrnfir ahnv fartnrv ma and returned to tho County Socreta-r- y htrvrlw undw vm,.num nam tlt mtJVCi.12 OKALKltH. Vntl Can spll double "our prices. Orders filled the day received. by August 10th. rnsA S,anJ MrvrW h We An not nnlirh KKHOND 1IANI HICYCI.KS. usually have a number on hand taken In trade by our Chicago retail stores. These we clear. 01 HENRY M. PIRTLE, Sac. nromDtiv at nrices ranein? from 8J to or nlO. DescHnttvf. li.t tnaiUt fr lni;lo wheels, Imported roller chains and pedals, parts, repairs an, VOAS I kinds of state working, curini?-nowo Dr. Pierce's Pavorifo Prescription which saves the suffcrlin six from pain, and successfully grapples with woman's weak ncsscs and stubborn ills. .NsBBiylBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI1 MMMMMm JMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM so IT MAKES WEAK WOflGN STRONd IT HAKES SICK WOMEN WELL, HI . PAnJT Ijjjnjra Scientific American. No woman's appeal was ever misdirected or her cats misplaced when she wrote for advice, ta the World's Dispbnsary Mkdical Association, Dr R. V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y. fidence Dr. Pierce' Pleasant Pellets Induce mild natural bowel movement once a day. V p-- por-Coct- ly IUHIICo.rt"BWYort A single motion is quicker to make SPEED slraight-line, key-for-every-character than two. Only one motion is needed to make any character desired on the. complete, WE keyboard of the easy action light running ff'77' Model 10 Sntftt ncnfiaT Write lot information to to-da- y. fl RISER AGENT W vartrai-i''M- The Smith Premier Typewriter Company, Inc. rt. Iwm 50 ST. L0UIS.M0. C-1- tr equipment all at haffVa usual retail trices. Her Life a Burden. YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Y I 1 tS Ratcliff, Tex. In a letter from Rat-cltf- f, Mrs. Mattie Campbell says, "My SELF-HEALIN- G health was very bad. I suffered unThe regular retail trice o( these tires is told mlsoiry overy month, and at times S3 JO ter tair. but to mil oduce we tvill I wished lor doath to end my sufferzeliyouasamtutairrorfMfasnuriiioraerffi. M0 MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES ing, for life was a burden to me. I NAILS, Tacks or Glass will not let tho tried Cardul, and It helped mo right air out. Sixty thousand pairs sold last cor. plness." ilf you Miffer as Mrs. CampOver two nunarca tnousaua pairs now in use. i riFSmtlPTlnM- - Made In nil size. Itillh-elbell did, Cardul will oortnlnly holp and easvridiucr.vervdurableand lined inside with a stvelrfl ouahtv of rubber, which never becomes you, as it did her. Why not try porous and which closes up small punctures without allow, C-- ll Notice the thick rubber trea it? ng the air to escape. We have hundreds of letters from ratit-Be- d A" and puuuture (trips "11 customers stating that their tires have only been pumped dikI "D," also rim atfp "U up once or twice in a whole season. They welch no more than to prevent rim cutting. Th List of Claims. in ordinary tire, the puncture resistincqualities being given tire will outlast anr othc by'ieveral layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the make SOFT. ULAbTIO au tread. The regular price of these tires is S 50 per palr.but for Tho following ds a complete list of UASV HIDING. advertlsincrnumoseAivnaremaLinirasDecialfactorvnrlceto the rider of ouly ft 80 per pair. All orders shipped same day letter is received. We ship C O. D. o the claims allowed at itlie Juno term pay a cent until you lm c examined and found them strictly as rcpresentet of tho Ohio Fiscal Court, approval. You do not Wc will allow a cash llsoount of 5 per cent (thereby making the price (1 1.85 per pair) if yo send FULL CASH WITH OKDUU and enclose this advertisement You run no risk i Awitry, Alarlon, Con,vylnig paupor sending us au order as the tires may be returned at OUIt expense if for any reason they ar $3.00 to alms house money sent to us is as safe as in not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run faste Bean Bros., Lumber, etc., for look finer than any tire ou have ever used or seen at any price. W wear better, last longer and know that you. will De so well pliased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your orde-WCounty ?38.80 want you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer. don't buy any kind at any price until you send for a pair Bettver Dam Ddiioslt Bank, Mon-o- y MlCtrn M frfaCO tires on approval and trial WW iTCCt notTt Hedgethorn Puncture-Proo- f loaaed to County.. ..$5,000.00 the special introductory price quoted above: or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue nblc quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices, describes and on Bank of Hartford, Initorxst am but write us a postal today. DO NOT THINK OF llOYlNGt a bicyc ww Mm MMV fwlar lAMIT or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wonderf , ,.?105.00 note of $4,500 oniy costs a postal 10 icarn evcrytuiu. w rue it riuw. oilers we are mating. Black, T. H., fees W. D. Smith $2.00 road caaj CHICAGO, L. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, Bmnua f,oas G. W. Keowa road $2.00 case Chamborlaln; B. S Oom'r. Coun$6.00 ty Alms House, 6.00 Saino pjr dlau AND CURE LUNGS Cook Hack, per dkan $6.00 "dTHTDEiMARRSpromptilIuunedln Comba, Losllo Com'r. Tiawlng noad all oountrles, or uo f ua. WaoUsJn PATENTS 2.00 WITH 2 days THAT PAxi advertlaa them tlorougtuj, it our Coopdr, J. P., Oom'r. rkiwlngroad Bond model, photo or sketch nrFREC report on patentability, to yean' practice. SUR1.00 1 day PASSING REFERENCES. For frea Uulda Boole on Profitable lvtenta write to Dunn, B. B. Damages, utc G. B03-S0- S Ssventh D. root, "W. Koawn road caso. . .... 2S.00 pmcB an a i on WASH1NOTOIM. St G. FfiR . -- .. Ford, B. C, Convoying pauper to Trial Bottle Fret Q LDS 8 HEDGETHORN TIRRSS,? 4" v PUNCTURE-PROO- F MBHHHH lr rnii 1 ajiir J. KILL t the COUCH Dr. King's New Discovery OoycHs AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQ TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OB MONEY REFUNDED. iisWViiassj Ladies! Funk, Ford, Shelby, Viewer 1 day .... Globe Printing Co., Pointing Dojd , 6.00 Book Mo. 42 blmshouBO E? LAimber 3.00 3.35 1.00 BUCKBBE'S BULB SI' BULBS SUCCEED! ' ' Lininr. r ESPECIAL OFFER' ' U.d. ta baUd Kw luhw. A ' ' trlAi will luka tou a nacauneat oua-' ave Money and Keep in - Style by Reading McCall'f Magazine and UtingMcCall Patterns M5CALLS MAWZIHI Hartford Hcpvwr, C. nepubllcan, Plriatingr April okdms , .. ,. TV. .... S.70 C, Damasea mudot rif SMTealr CoHwlUrfuS2iX BatlfatkllMlrtlKHl oryoU undikL McCaO'sMsftilaawIll bulu you dress at a woderalo c pun jo by y I f faAHiffjlSui T Write tody U WHf tUlL. ferCJ ImAU,IiU, ifmUk lit, MUM. towuli, -- DMUil. V..ialMli.i.ia. "J" tknl US ilHIII, TwUft4 IMI fc ChnlMW. mMaU AMM M TwJto, UIMUMI, X4k Uwa. ViiUb. OlUU. 1 j!l Mw I SBlNL 3 wmvr MU( id pwUlf tt4 nwlM IU4fUMM ICJdTlb .4 rUa BJk i rtt . -- Meattea mia Paper u.ksoUM Um PLEAUK you poilod on Uo latent fashions In clonics and hats. 60 Kcw raiblon Dcslcns ill each iwuo. Also aliniblo lnformallou bit nil homo uuil tier, Only buual humors. Wc rut j kooplnir Smltk road caso 400.00 Johnson, J, A:, Lumber 6.00 Jackson, J. C, per dlvm Boyd, Hoary, Viewer 1 day.... 1.00 Lowo, John T 2 days toani oa , 3.00 troad Mllos, J. H, Freight on sjasallno oniglno ,.89.30 (.00 9nw per dlcan 6.00 Miles, C. Y., per dteni Mldklff,' Y, P., Sorvicoa as Jail- D. 150.00 J m K Bsm " a RI. t vlU BftfeflMl-- n. 4 irMs.i tnm f biv- - wa tau mtMtk TM UfM4 TuJIPL.aa laaiii.lai a.IMMh lutW D..1W ...au HI. vim aaaaa. a. Xkua vuw , tMW ijMps t H. W. in n .11.- - HvIM M8B fa BDOOIIS St. WMKTOaP, ILL. IK NvCUl CK!fAftY, Z3 h 20 Wc4 )')urywiilii.iiijj ctultillik'fur youisiilf ami clilldrt n whlcli will bo ier(crt u stylo ami fit, I'ik ; ikiiiu lilslirr than IS touts Hcndjr freo I'ttcm t'aulocuo. ( Vt WiN Clio Ym Tut Trescoli for sub. hcrlptions uiuoiitf yuur Irjcuils. bund forfrcu rrpiiilum I aulosno and Cu'.li J'ruo Oflr. oriu tiumo. 37J St, FEW Y8K rr nnmiiMi for frco faiuplo copy, VcCsll rl(as Mill t'linlilnyou lomako In your Willi otrTt n frt-- a year Including pattern. tiKluy or ecud Bub-ri'tl- or WoKiaiWy, Jas., Wltiww clttAm A. B. lUli-caso Owon, Wn,, Work oa roadwiUi iiouu Pattern, J. L., por ddsu,, &twvUB, VT. Y Y Y Y ..8.70 Y Y 41.&3 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y H H SEND YOUR BOY TO' S H H H r MATHENEY & BATTS Vanderbilt Training School ELKTON, KY. A limited select scliool lor boys. FOR BOYS men. H H H H H H Faculty Our patronage has come from several Southern States. Twenty-fou- r different towns in Western Kentucky represented this year. Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Hot and Cold of college-traine- d Baths. H X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Extremely healthful location. $1,000.00 recently spent on improvements. NO SALOONS IN THE TOWN OR COUNTY. Moral surroundings excellent. UNEXCELLED AS A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG BOYS. Year Begins September (j, 1911 Write for catalogue. Address all communications to Nineteenth Desk 4B" MATHENEY & BATTS. N, Yiwer 3 day., 3.00 , 6.00 2.09 1 xhxXhKXXhKwihhX3mxxxmmwi9m&im& i "W .L. L. .A. L,et Your Bargain Instincts Guide You Now To , I GREAT E. P. BARNES PROFIT-SHARIN- G . BROTHERS SALE It sometimes pays to buy things you don't need now, because you buy them for much less than the customary price, and you know you're going to need them at some time to come. SATURDAY, JULY - 29, Stars and Bars, CLOSES THE BIG SALE. I "L -- BEAVER DAM, -- Bdcse Ball News &sMoe day for the Designed Late in the .afternoon of a ibalmy Juno day In 1SG1, Just a month o so after the first eun 'wias iliifod ovor Ft. tiva Chixaago Sumptor, itlioueands of men, s '44444444444 and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Curo is the only positive cure known to the modlcal frabennity. Catarrh being a onstltutional disease,roqulnes Hall's a constitutional treatment. Catarrh Oune is taken irvtonnally.act-ln- g directly upon the .blood and inu cous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and I assisting caturo in doing its .work. The proprietors havb'rio much' ifalth In its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that faila to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address: F. J. OHBNEy & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Drugglats- - 76c. Tako Wall's Famly Pills for conmi stipation, ' KENTUCKY. Death in Roaring Fire. , fiTe-bu- gs a& Situnday was a dreadfully fans of lone- - bid, Harttflord, ctnfl also many fans from surrounding Ca for ithem was no ball game here ShMt jday ftir five- memlbars of the .riaaa hive gone to tho enwaimpment - aj& (Qrall. "While tlw hays have been away Manager Cosiblier has yjen Desvj all the iblma. 'Hehasenjnt much aiace trying to gut another location l pank. JIo will be tat 4he rrrtaMe to announce tho rtesult of his e8tols until today or ,tomor.ruw,pr0b--xSOr- bas-AalI jTtsai game and will aatnact hundreds oeX Azsans tmuiitis liavo oaen made for 1 and jvune In Hartford on a Zi ailir Louisville. This will e . Kualtiors to the a'jly. gjflw.a Manager for Oacehler is to.be oon,giratulaUl upon the stoning .CLsvsIb. Uuism .two Jjot Ctsxtral City has bom challenged a gajn on August 5, ijut iiK lias boon mseivyd Irani tluir re-jj- Manager. Colonels .took a game jjSwalaj afitatroun at Tyro'B, wow IS 3 ifl. J. Umlel and R. Tajlor did Sfae dtddug and C. Klug was behind tlto bat. ilondin Kiley didbome Igood xtegliiK, as did ath-- r nwmbors of lite Little zlitt teiin. toldiors will bo homo from eniiiirtpnixvnt about nex Monday n- - TnasKUy. Xlvin Uck out for iValfl'taad and recruit Klug will Jtxme bduij hlg yarns to .tell. "35iie ."S&e '35i cool do tune itx wvuthw this null off nblg iwinek e was a hare. Cvnuler has bnn having .trou-"4t- -. of his own, hut ho lias managed Aw tiiliki good ore of himself. Ooi. I r&nulty guy was old Mt'thubelah," XMuVm lit v, wlio lis Bible "1 itlgurio ho had tlnw dur-iss- r: . jrtAnl. his llfo to see boniuthlng . lllco JH3JS2S Ixtll and what muru aaft itxmid (Uiyibaicl.y M'unt? Frtitlty :Unr the old hay If lie had an annual 'ory zyasR and ouuW s& It ronuwwd i xs&g awns'." BIJVS O'TWOLE H)K $22,500. flBinttuajiolfci, Allnn., July 22. JJar-zsr- tv Bryifu&3, FivtiUlnit of Uw Jlitts-litt- is Club of vio-daj- r tit: 3 National Ldisue,laU jr itrk purefcsM 1 Manly OTiuoL), St. TaaJ's txAuaiUoaal sjiltlball plbch-nr- , 422,r00, Uj h'jglwat piioa ovr cscid or a Ui.litajr. All of ttim bid-f-as out c the runjxlns to-rwiUi tlio exouiitlon cf Divyifus3 jmjjI fl)tvl of xg ililui 9.iu(t11loii, wlk .i( tbe jxvIj Asnoricans. ajiuatSonnl 01joh('3 WoBlawiug jrtri tifluiitst Milwauk3 wKn hi oitt aiviwiktai imn, (xiuallng Utabe VaiW.Jli famxiua jvjourd, h.i on ffviteiy diftiUiHl Uw JCteatai3 team, striking out a rfihntn. M it inevloua gonw With XUUvSo lie Bruck out ilviwn mm. jEbvsaahaii, if SU Ivoula stand-ithe ubuut flG.000 for iWrtliiK thy oJf(U-lii- s t9tf9teok) anil ICully, ttla catelwr. Ouvu- r r ' Chtoi w.ir.i boUi attJlacUd Vgr fctbo kanrrlms of tin young jtor and vWi Uddlns oMvtluiUHl. ,'rho pdoo llft- dt a. (aoWuul at a thiui until today thi Cblcoigo flisnt fur Charl(?s ltta twl'iiig Cuni-Ih&iiy. Ai i-er Hid Bt 7fWta Guoirca 12, lWmA chUi, iimul $25,0U0 as ids iprioj liter O'DooIm atouo. TWa cauacd tlw rt4o iit all offoiis to gut the tpltck vT7UU!), tooujtt Divorfuw and lnrou if irAMUloa. i i(irjaoaUng'' the Chicago 4Btllloa or.iWv.r5 a final and clilldnen throngtri the streets of Montgomery, Ala. They congnigatied in th Immediate vicinity of a building 'the first CnpUol of ,thlu gartjrn-meof tlie Confederate states of As ithi &un Amelca was established. had kissied the Occident; soft tints of blu3 and gold and rod iwene at play In tine wwatvirn sky, forming a superb color sclteme In tlie bacicground. IHow jvei-- , toslw fantastic flashes of light hi di no hcarm for the tide pit humanity In tlw narrow street below. All yes www upturniid focused upon Uu roof of a ibuildlug iwr the GOOD-UY- E TO HASEDAiLL. oender of tho squaw. lAnd now baa iball, too, must go. W Suddenly a Bhout w.iit up. "Hui-zas- ''' sfy it .with all due rigrit and refrom thousands of throats rent none verential tmderncss, but it is the air. Mdn surged, and shouted ithem-sslvithij loss tnui The foncis ot its dawn-fa- ll hoarBo; lomen ibecarne hysat arte iiurdily and relentlessly terical; hats wore thrown into tho work and making Tapid innoadsays air; pandemonium was loose, and all the National Post. with ,1iwo (All the magazines (iwluitihier owned because a banner bordered rjd bars and studdedi with seven stars by Morgan or not sjms to make no pf ibluo wag hoistted. dlfdorenoa) haMi joined in a conspir- in a field It, amid uniler what Who desi'ignk-acy to transform .baseball Into a clrcuni-.tancwas the tosk undirrtak-c- n analyze, dlsseot, and reseionoe, to and finished? It is doubtful, duce to lowest terms all tha little ins if many in the multitude rtitwlr myst&rious and outs which, in ithe raising of tho "stars and barbaric farms, constituted baseball's bars" tor tho first time even thought cliiof st charm. speculate as Thoy one taking basJball out of the of that quristion, not to to 'whother any should have paused spontarioous occato ask In on that momenou3 class and making it acad sion. TJiey are changing amlc. riotous rltao design v was Nicolas Marschall "rootling" Inito cold, clammy, anemic who also orlginattd tho designs for criticism. fTJioy are dlls gray unlforma adopted by tho gov malizlng It. As soon as thy darethey the ernmient of the Coa6jdnate slates of will subatrtoilM long Latin designation America, worn iby ita ra s throughfur the pia'junosquj 'Vernacular and out thj trying campaign that ibegan in that will jbe the fiitlsblng touch. 18C1 and itoday glorlfiod In sons and Who will pay inoniiy to go to Jte story a solonoo? Where iwill be the enthuIn adltlon, the artist served under Prof. siasm when "Matt " b oom-tho CQiifadriraito. fiJg, atuiicfl in oin'e D. B. Ohriaioph3r M.athowson, D. of tho gray uniforms of his awn deIt istoo much, r old gj.nw. But sign. He wias chief drufUnilan of It euiiely lx.oks as if ycai, too, must commanded 'by Geno'ral Rich-ai- d succumb Do loarnftng. Taylor, Colonel Samuel iH. Lock-o- tt "KINDERGARTENS" SOOltE and Siwphen D, Lwo, whoso names 23 TO 4. appear on hktory pag.s In connecOn Wodnedsay, July 2C, tine Harttion with notalbl achievements. ford thlr.d base ball nine played tllie Mr. Marschall Is nlhie today, and B'awr Dam "Klndorgautenis" on the his homo is at 1126 South Fourth (fllrst to Bwur Dam grounds. From street, and his atudlo in on tho seclast thje eamo was a wlalk over for the ond if loor of the .building at tho south "Kind3rsantlon3,, the acoro ondlng 23 wyst Green oorJwr of Fourth and to 4 In tli'ir favor. "Slim' Rhoads sUi.xrts, Louisville. iCourJor-Jourma- l. made 7 scores and knocked ano two bissr. fWio niext gam.j babwean 'Hart Nover leave homo on a Journey ford and the "KindcngftnacrDls" (will without a bottle of Chamberlain's Colbe playod at Hartford Frtday, July 28. ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It and Is almost contain 'to be needed cannot bo obtained whon on hoard Card of Thanks. tho cars or steamships. For eale by Wo take this uppoimnltt of thankm all druggists. ing tWo itaplo uf Beavr Dam and many kindnesses vlolnlty tor the For Sale Cheap. , shown us durlrg the iyxont illnfjas Good .Work Horse, Buggy and dlar-msard dea'Ji ot cur dur son.CJaytuu, R. R. WEDDING. U4 Th'&j iexpivisluu8 of itonder sympathy tehall ov;r be chomaliod in our Work Brought Exhaustion. Wj will choemfully renuimaiiy. turn any Winfiiuas whi a opiKtrtuni-t- y Adel, Ga. "For three years" writes affords, but God aVmio mn and Mrs. C. J. Rontz, '1 suffered with will iHlAUrd you. female troubles. When I would He I Datd S. Rhoads and family. down, I could hardly breathe. could not do any work without being For Sale. exhausted. I took Cardul according Good jvisVlsDce in B fv,ir Dam, two to directions, and now I can do all air.lii cf grmuul, good out ibuildings, my work, and do not suffor at M-- " tl'ja. Wull Tooatod. Cardul has brought health and hapliARICIN WIIdyiAMS, piness to thousands of weak women. 2t4 Beaver (Bum, Ky. It acts on tho causo of Women's back faring, made Ufe worth living, and s, filled my home with Joy and headaches, nervousness, idrag-gln- g ItEMEMIIER sen&ations, weakness and HiU-er- y. It relieves. It cures. Try 4 That Hartford merchants help It lay your taxu3 and Bupiwrt $100 Reward $100. your HohooW, churches, and charlUos. Tirade Iwro with The road&rs of this paper will be Wiuse who help you. pleased to that there is at least oae dreaded oteoose that scIeMehas , Q000OO000QQ00O0O boa able to cure in all Um Attpr sonvo haggling Divj--fus"split tlw dfflronod', and iirof- fcred Lenaijn a chv-cfor $22,5011. After soma ixarl-j- this was aocifntod. O'TooJe was sumnnaiwd and MinaeV as satisfied to go to Plttsiburg, but dockired ithat lia would like to foavo Kolly go with flilm. Drey-fuss 13 aid to liavo otljeiwd $3,000 tor Kelly, (but is desirous of ' realizing at least $7,500 tor hltu. iTihe CQUtract calls for dollwry at tlw end of the American. AssDciatlon season. magiiijo. y wh-ernt oa e ug y, baok-worml- sh h-a d-afl. iho limit &t by iwom'an not result from the work of Jbut often sovsro burns are caua 's ed that make a quick need for Arnica Salvo, the qulclcost, surest cure for burns, wounds, bruises, .May Buck-ten- bolls, sores- - It subdues inflamatlon. It kills pain. It soothes and heals. Drives eff skin eruptions, ulcere or piles. Only 26c at all druggists, m . Will You Try a Plat of Alfalfa : i at Our Expense?! 1-- 10 Would you try a plat of alfalfa, if we were to furnish the seed without any cost to you? A large number of farmers in this county would raise alfalfa, if they knew that it could be grown profitably on their soil. Every farmer, who is a reader of this paper, may try a small plat of alfalfa, at our expense. We have made arrangements with the Farmer and Stockman, of St. Louis, whereby we can offer any of our readers enough alfalfa seed to sow of an acre. If this seed grows and your soil is found to yield alfalfa profitably, next year you can grow it as extensively as you desire. You can either buy seed and sow a large plat, or you can save enough seed, from the test plat to increase the acreage. How to Cott he Seed. Send us $1.75 for our paper one year, the Farmer and Stockman one year, and the People's Popular Monthly one year and we will send you enough alfalfa seed to sow of an acre, absolutely free of charge. When you remember that seed usually retails for more than $20.( 0 per bushel, you can see how liberal offer is. We guarantee this seed to be the very best on the market and enthis tirely free from weed and dodder seed. 1-- 10 al-falfa When you sow it you are sure of having a quality of seed, which will enable you to make a thorough test of your soil. From time to time we will publish articles in our paper on how to prepare the ground and sow the seed to insure a perfect stand of alfalfa. Alfalfa seed should be sown in Kontucky any time between August 1st and September 25th. You shuld therefore place your order with us KT at once. The seed will be mailed direct to you from the the Farmer and Stockman in St. Louis which will insure prompt delivery. Our paper needs no introduction to the farmers in, this county. The Farmer and Stockman is the leading farm and stock paper in the nation. The People's Popular Monthly is one of tho best homo monthlies in the country. Send us in your subscription afronce, you will nover have another opportunity ' like this to get absolutely pure alfalfa seed, free of charge. ;v Use the coupon below and mail remittance today. Address all orders to The , S. Republican, Hartford, Kentucky. Date. THE REPUBLICAN. Hartford, Kentucky. Enclosed find $1.75 for which send'me your paper Wo year, the Farrifer and and Stockman one year and the People's Popular Montrllv one vear. ft is. dorstood that the Farmer and Stockman is to mail me postpaid enough alfalfa h falfa seed to sow of an acre of ground. one-tent- ii. 0000000000000000 hap-ache- fr My Name. My Address lod, kro : .'..44444 Now or renewal to The Republican?: m r '?" fk