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Hudson, the popular pastor of tho OhrJertlan church hero Republican Subscription $1 per Year No. 3 Draper, of Taylor Alines, were bar Saturday. Mrs. J. L. Benton and iMr. Lv T Mlllardwero ahoaplnig In Beaver Dam Fnlday. MoRsra. E. F. Render and J. W.Baker went to Groonvillo SaturcVry. Mrs. Maggie Brown went to HHI-ai- de Saturday.) 1ML93 Bertha Kendall .wont to leaver Dam Saturday. iMr. and Mrs. George Bruntom e(pen.t the day In Beavor Dam Satunday. iMr. and .Mrs. Charles Fulkeraoni and son Guy, spent the day In Rockport Sunday. Mr. Isaac Ojer iwent to Lwulavlller Sunday. Mr. and Mra. Oakloy Rowe .went to OwensbQro, yesterday. ' Mrs. Alar.tha James, of Select, wa&-her- e yesterday. .Ml3s.3 Jeasio Baker and Cheater Balmaln went to Simmons tyoaterday. Misses Wlllye Harris iwent to Cloa-to- n today where she will vlalt her cousin, .Mra. Lee Roy Willis, for a few days. 'Miss Katie Cobb, of .Mercer Staitionr returned to her homo today atfter visiting her sister, airs. Lizzie Donnl-so- n. Mr. Joe Roblaon, of Cromwell, was here today. A good rain Is needed now very bad There is a lot of sickness dn (this community at tills wltlng. r OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1911. FEMALE TAX Jpba MoD. A. Fogle, Harold .Ilolbrook P. Taylor. and O'REAR WILL SPEAK HERE Will Speak BASSDHEB Por Our Big Industrial lstho amoral chairman ot itho executive commfttoe, rwhdch ,wlil look after taking all the details for properly cane of itho delegates, tending modtlng COLLECTOR All-Da- Tfeo dance that was to 'htanro boon glvem Tuesday ovonlng .by ithe young menl-wfl-s jpostponid until a 'later dato. r Ewy1tiy t Wi Edition. so far Seen has places for the auxiliary meetings and many other details that have to be attended to in advance at tttho convention. John I!. Cassell, Sdcrotary o the Buslness.Mt'n'B Club, is chalitman of the publicity cammlttaa. oftbj y Reception of Mrs. Holds an oVenjng at Murray. Responded Liberally 10 "Join the Boosters' Club." A very grave mistake, and one that very genera), and often fatal to a II town's prosperity, is that of telling ot strangers fcxC die disadvantages 'your homo city an'df forgetting, Dr neglecting, to tell about Its advantagesDon't do It, for it gives one a and ba$ impression of the place, not a very exalted opinion of your the civic pride. Rather tedl them good things we have, and Jot thorn find out the things iwe have not. Jjf you were ever in Los Angeles you lanow .that jyou cannot get: finy-.on- e to say an 111 word about he city. Bven the .bootiblack who shines your Elhoos will .tell you it la tlhe best of oitjy in a woati It is a .pant education They-- itolk It, and their ft i I' i Judge Ediward C. 0"Rear, the choice of tho Rpublloan party In Kentucky, , "V for Governor will open the contest at Elizabethtown .Monday August 14. Announcement to this effect waa modo at the headquarters of tho Republican State Campaign Committees In Xoulsvtlllq yesterday. .Much hard work confronts thollont gamory county Jurist who proposes invading .the majority of the counties of all the eleven Congressional disNotice. tricts befliroen August 14 and election All persons having claims against tlmej Notwithstanding, Judge Otear the estate ot the late Dr. G. P. Chap will go Into the battle confident that man are hereby notified to present Ills appeal to the people cannot fall. n, tlhem properly proven to me in .Those directing the campaign are Ky., on or 'betoo September enthusiastic and predict Wiat the 4, 1911, or they will be ibarreki. Also Jurist will enter upon tho impending persons indebted Ito said estate everyhody.res-ide- nt all boldevo it, until conhlit with oven more vigor than he believe It is will! be required to make 'pmyanent at and displayed in his fight tor nomination. one of the bast cities in the iwest an early dato to save cost. His message will be a papular one A. F. CHAPMAN, Adm'r. from every standpoint, and the re- St3 and cannot fall but have 'the uffect sult Is that the city is growl rug and Intended. expanding wonderfully WAGERS LIFE ON A list df places and datet3 where we This la precisely the course Judge O'Rear Is scheduled to Ispeak mean to ,pursue dn our Big industrial follows: EASE AND WINS Edition, Wo intend to iteU ot ha . Elizabethtown, Xlonday August 14. groat natural resources of Haritford Columbia, Tuesday, August 15. and Ohio county, to tell It truthfully, Jamestown, Wednesday, August 16. " yet fearlessly. Wo are going to tell Had he Lost Sherbrooke Would Monticello, Thursday, ugust 17. ,ot the .plenty of good things we t,c , Albany, Friday, August 18. Have Killed Self Now t joys Diet, Expects to few 'HAVE, and not pnate of ithe Burksvllle, Saturday, August 19 tax collector was to bo hero on that things we have not, for wie candidly . Glasgow, Monday, August 21.. He'll Travel. day, for they expected to see, a gnlm, toalieve that hds Big Edition, this Make. a Fortune. Wlckllffe, Monday, August 23. man sitting behind a austere .looking pen picture at our advantages, and Hickman, Tuesday, August 29. of .whlali .thousands of copies are to .Toronto, Aug. 2. Wtith. $57,000 out cannon. But what Alias LeJune failed Clinton, Wednesday, August 30. wn a ir.nrf' Itl Ir. rfjTrur?iitorLja(a lit the at interest, made from a quick turn in bo sent broadcast throughout . Tolneata, Pa., Aug 1. Instead of Mayfleld, Thursday, August SI. .United'Statcs, will, Borne of them, csfwVrn .Trwannh .QhinKrnlrklro . ,. ,UlLUlt !. U""') WW Vi MV4,M. VWUV) mntill tia. I. ,icig uarK ey3 iiuul .huw uu iui.-. - following the new fad cif swatting iMadlon, Saturday, September 2v "fall upon good ground and .bring oemtly a smull restaurant Keeper in files, Flaubert Marcy, a fanmer of Hartford, Monday, Sepbdmber 4. fontih fruit In abundance," and be tho Hamilton, Is about to atcurt out on a anice. smarming Tldloute township, Hardlnsburg, Tuesday, September 5. is As a result of her visit the state moans of bringing nqw people, andr IT1 lit!. Jif ftf K n. irl14 TTl.rl Hawesvile, Wednesday, September C. county received $200, and she them In scoops and raising them for Crora .thlasa new Iniveirtmenits to us;and gone against him he would have killed and their eggs, for .which ho expudts to Lcutohfleld, Saturday, September 9 it will toe but a short "time until we himself rather than return itodrudger. promises , to tvtura (withln one monrth's find a large aalo as a luxury In food A suplenienatl list of Judge O'Rear'a ... .. , , liave the things .which now we have . . In going into speculating, he had de- - . , Tlie wggs contain a large percentage speaking dates .mill appear later. that cldyd (that life was no wionth whlleu n- - uo not. This ,1s itihe incentive "' ' . , Mw wt of oil and albumen. He serves tlwm T .prompted the Republican In publish- lusa , , he oQuld be in easy circumstances at his Qwm table In thnse forms as t,, WILLIAMS MINES. ing this BJg Edition, and In asking and ho staked his all on tho 'turn. ' . ., toasMos, as flour cako3 and in tho . ,, tho support, financially and othonwise. July 2S. Rev. Harper filled his .Taking his cue from newspaper gos pudding and says ,, . T. . a, form of of .every .merchant and professional sip, Bhorkrooke sold out his business SunOay appointment and. Sunday that lie finds vthem hoth palatable man In Ohio county iln imalalng (this two months ago and wiith the iprooeeci time to settle txifore suite wor In- and ralSlht. nutrltuous. the largest and best Industrial edition bought on margin 1,500 shares of Tor stituted. Miss Roalo Kiribej' and Miss Mary Tho coops are of woven wire and ever published in Kentucky. Let us onto Ashl-evisited Miss OUle Autr" FriRailway stock. Quotations spaco fifty Iwet iby Street caver a forty one and all Join faio "Boosters Club." beigan .to climb about as soon as he i and aivi ten foot high. In itilie center day night. Our special representative Is call-Jra- g bouglit, anid when the company InMr. N mi Ion Daniel went to Horton IN SOCIETY. Into of each coop a tank of water on the people as rapidly as poscreased its capital by $4,000,000 anld Its which Jtho llbtle .'workers drop itlielr Jledbenday, the dividends from 7 to 8 per cent his no sible, and everybody .will have iMr. Cantrell, at Hrrln, 111., is eggs, which .the farmer gathers up matter explained to them in a dhort count shqwidd $57,000 to the good. Then,i his Efctor, 3IH3. Charlie Brown. once a day. Thcno are thousands of Jhe iMlsses Lottie and Margaret aiarka time. From thoso seen so far iMlsses Essie and Nora Daniel, of ha sold out. tlwm dn ovdry sotting. greatest Interest Is shown for tho visiting their money entertained tho Ladk'a Social Club on "wa3 a case of making itihe eggs have a sort Horton, who has been "It the enough to live on easy street or of Wed neay aitoruoon. The afternoon When flnhd - success ot the enterprise, and which may easily ho nomoved slstkir, Mrs. Mamie and Kato Daniel, w J Responses have boan liberal, proving dalng toitwo' atte5 of hull with myself." Shwbrookd ? leaving a product that returned homo Monday. conclusively cou lunch by friction, a thai ovorjlbody is a said. "A ago I lost my wlfe looks llko nice. It may .bo ser.vtd In a firm believer in Hartford and Ohio FeUns lonely, I wantod to travels EDWARDS SCH00LH0USE. that form or ground Into flour and to. county, and con .be relied upon my means would not enable mo to,' , , ... baked. .' . July 25. illealth In this oommunl-t- y do all in their power to advance tho '"' """I VJ., J1VJ last more than a couple cK jlears. I fneoaboro, Tenn;. U"U1 fi J& interests ot both. is hotter at htia wrlhlng. Gnice Spco, Bards- made up my mind .to Jump into the Mrs. Lucy Spinks iho has typhoid town, Ky.; Edwlna Rawe, Owensboro; Ohio County Girl Marries. i bay unless I made a pile." Jy is bettor at this writing. Emma and iKarmon'ai Froy, Louisville., Sunday School Convention. dine Itollcrffingfrom th!e Dattly BreeM iMr. Alood Scanoaders baby is slok, arid airs. JIary White, OharUtont v NO CREEK Ky., August 2. Tho Frankfort, of Taylorville, 111., will be "of intarest Wo had a inlcd Will Sunday night. ,, Mo. lAug. 2. Rev. W. II. Cain filled of Sunday State Superintendent to our iwdbrs, many of whom kaaw Air. Alex Mlnton reached at tho Church his opolntmeat at Bremen Sunday. of the Christian Schools The young man entertained the Rietv. E. L. Canson and family: achoolhouso Sunday evening. Rov. VlrgU Elgin oaslsted by Rev. young ladtoB' at ithe home of "Walter Frazeo, of Loulgvllle, is in iMlss Tho marriage ot Silas Elslo CarSeveral flrom this place attended Flranktort conferring .with tho local Smlthaon, ot Owenaborio, aixj oonduot-inl- g Hattta Glenn last Fnlday evoning son, daughter of Rev. and Olrs. E, ohurch lat Red. Hill Sunday afternoon. a pratraoted meeting lat Mt) Hannian with a lawn party. There wene aibaut L. Carson of Shanpebhiig and Thomas Mr. Beach lHannol and fwilfo. Taiior ' commlttaea with reference to the big State Convention ot the Christian iMra. Mantha Ward and daughter, twenfay-fir- a yaung ladles prtjoat and Sbapbeaason, of Chicago, toolt place at Minos, are visJitlnig friends and iula-tivwill Mlaa Lidla, neturnied last weak from a most onjoyablo Church Sunday School, which ifalime waa siKint. noon itoday at tho resideniao of the dn this community this iweek. be bold hero Sept. ISth to 22nd. jt a visit to rolaMvas in MoUam County. Lato In the evening Ithoy iwero ifavor-w- d bride, the cenampny ibolns jwrfonmed , Airs. Lottie, MaDanlcl, of Wlllams Miss Violet, Maples, Qwonsbono is is exptOQtiod that at least one thousand by music by the Hartford Orches- by her father, who is pastor of the Mines, visited lior parcoita last) .wxiek. oowvenltlon tho guest of Misses Mabel and Josslq tra, mhloh serenaded iflhom. JUtresh-mien'- U Sharpsburg M. E. tihurah, and wit- people wil attond this (Mr. Donnatn Hurt and iwjfo visited and the hotels and iboanding houses Parle. ot .watermelon, lea oroaon land njseied by alboub twenty of ithe ilmwo-dlat- e their pnrtantsi at Red Hill tSunday. wll ibe itaxed to their limit to take Aire. MoUie Ellis and children, Mlaa oako 'woro aur.VHid. i relatlvtea and friends of the con little Norlnio Hunt and Jtuth Gray, Clara and tMaster Edwaind, made the U N tracting panties. carta of' Ithe visitors. of MaHonry,aro visiting In this 1 Many ot tho most noted tnon in the" fonmens daughter, Mrs. Cheater Wardj Miss Winona Stevens nitertauitid) yo The couple loft this afternoon for itihds twuek. torday .with aboat ride and all day Mattaon, iwfhano Ohrlet&ui Church wtlll bo on the pro- - of Centontawn, a .vlalt laet week. $hey iwdll visit Mr. iflor her house ipanty guenf) iMdas Annie Bradshaw, of Ilanttora, outtag . .gnajn of tills meeting, for addresses RENDER. and iMra. A. D. Stephenson, paijents '' auxiliary meetings waft toe uct of Mr. W. F. SUnvnt and a few of ibor friends. and a number of of too groom, after which thiay will Aug. 1. iMeaars. William and Nichwill he held. Mr. Fnazee will hapie the last week. and (Miss PeranlUa Bumetft, ot Adalr.vlle, go to Chldaso to reside, (tho groom olas Barraas, ot Taylor Mln-ia, publahod, and It will ba ,. full program Ky.j Mlsa Grace Slaoo, Bardabqwii, being employed; there as an electri- Mr, C. F. McDonald,, of Louisville, ;- ' ... illustrated wkh ploturoa ott historic slok lbt. wore .bono last. Wednesday. Ky,; .Mtaa Alice Eaton Buraofetbir-freoBbar- o, cian. (Mrs. Amelia Burton, went to Stm-rnoTJio hrlda was gowned in croam and lotorestlns placw about Frank- - (Mra. Motan King and lltHe daughTena; Mr. J. W. Jon to, . UV nut urnui rn-u1UU1IUUT1IS OyVf "4 avmfa iiraiaa ter, Edith Belle, hava the whooi)lng Murray, Ky.; Rev. .W.VC. Ttaiylor.Ar-Ungto- n, colored aatdn at tho nuptials. JVIil. JhuIi..u.m Who last Wednesday. oniMnai, wve hw couah. jpt& Dguuei Boone "Hearts and Mr. John Schwanner went to Reav ICy., and Rev. E. C. Stjv- - wedding . march, JIou, and othr places, and iWikh dMp sorrow 1fhe many treWfda orts, Jxmtevllle, are th houe ivwty Flawtra," .was played ,by MJaa Flor-onc- o er Dam hwt Thursday. j nStefte , Long of this program wlU be aat to all the ot Mra. j. b. Pwryman, oarn other guests of Miss Winona (Staveae. a friend air. Ed HugheB, ot Cenitral Cltynd dloBfttiM In advasoe ot he oonvsn- - deatti whiqti occurred at her homo of tho 'bride. A ddnner waa Bomid Dr. J. 0. .MoKonney, df Taylor flHnes, at Oak Grcjw) lat wek. She waa iMisa Annie Elgin hoatosH Tues- at tho conolualon of the- coromony. tion. wero Idere last Thursday. wll tha of Rav. J. B. Pleroymaaiwho day aveln Cor a delightful panty or Tlw ibrlde has Uved at Shanpaburg M, te probable itlwt a baiaqwft Air. Geo. Enaor went to Davidson Y be(vw tt aduH dotugwtop Momeaf-- wsb on tho No Creek OJrouit for Mm house any guHta of lAhlf atv- - throe eoai. she was tormorly a Ssatlon Friday. A iWvont obrWtlan epa. Those present Ivf.dee ihe school teacher at aiarltton and last Mxm. D. B. Duke wont to. Beaver fewwoou or lght during tw cowvea- - several yars. hoiwe party guests and Mlsa Stevens year teM&i, ibe IBedge Row school Dam Sunday. ttos it a iwn or hall langa noui and lovwd (by all wb knew her. Not toag sfoo Beq. B. S. Chanribdr- - were AUhwh Hcwina Itowv. of OwwIj-bor- o; near IH. Auburn. She Is Wghly eaa ha oWalfted tor tlw ptHtpoee. Mr. Horschal Shull spent the day k Aase J, Pattoo and Leila la the aoHunuatty M'horo riao In Rocheeter Saturday. Thr iwlU abo be Ute ofrea air kln mwOe the eatoh of a 45 .pouatd Who aaa ibai that? Oimai Mumr. MLloocy 'HoMoobk raAkw. myttog ta. frAt of U SrU Uwm Meawa. Byron Brown aad Cecil . Sam J. erts, of Lexington, as the Re publican member of the state election commission. The Commission will moot tho latter, pant clt August to select couni'iy election commissioners. The former Democratic commissioner, Charles R. .McDowell, ot Dan-vil- e, was reappointed by Governor Wlllson a few days ago. Napier Adams, Clerk ot the Court df Appeals, is tho third member ot tho Stjaite commission. Willsan Big Crowd of Property Owners Slacoof Bards'pwTi, and. Mrs. Thom- Enters Contest Believing Victory as, .both of whom aro ploniddd Expected Man Behind Canto be Certain Opens CamLate In tho and readers. Stale Election Commissioners. ovenmg diUcious wfroshments Met Miss LeJune. iwero non and .Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 3. Governor paign at Elizabethtown. servjjd. Tiie invltiod guasts Robelocu-toind's- .tho most onjoyalblo affol U week the entortainment John C. Thomas Wadn-iadafor Miss Rowo, of la her iguest. Gaonies dhat ronulrod tact and skil iwelvj gpe&tly enijoaied t0ma& the reading ot Miss 0e of wr y at Hartford on Owons-borpfyw- ho Labor Day, Sept 4. ts -- haa m-r- Cen-tertow- to-d- ay non-reside- MKmb Grace Sisco, of Bardstawn; Alloa. Eaton Burnett, Murfreisboro, 2. She August ICy., Murray, was a mere slip of a girl,- - and Tonu; Penmelda Burnett, Adalrvllle, Anna BUza winsome, tcor her coming lhaid (been Ky.', Winona Stovpns, Kdawh, Willlaii(j, Beatrice Myntlo deputaheralded by about a hundred Hayihics, Katl Pendleton, Mettle Ri tions to moot her hero Wednesday, with, alacrity and ley, Nora Wedding, Ruth Riley, Allco and ithoy responded Keaw(l, Annla Alien Elgin and Bffle wiith wampum, too. Rendior. (Messrs. J. W. Jones, 'MurHer .name was 'Mies Lorene JLoJume ray; W. C. Taylor, Arlington, Ky.; ISIm meimt'aentad the of Owenisboro. B. C. Sttn-ienLoulavlle; R. W. Tins-la- y, State auditor's agent.and her mission E. Y. Park, W. T. PoadletonJ. to Murray was to inftervdejw same of Noy Foster, McBtaill A. Fogle.Doug-la- a our worthy property owners who over Felix, McHenry Holbrook, Harold looked sucn items as secuned notes, Holbrok, Allison Barnott and Conner diamonds, cash in .bank, and Itihe like, Ford. wihen tlw Itax assessor called around iMlss Winona Stevens entertained laai fall. There wero about 100 noimtis list, and tha, social Monday evening in honor of her hous on iher sjsslon was hold at the county clerk's party gUes'. Those present hoiaidos office all day, Wednesday. Your bier house part)' suests wene: Mioses "Uncle Eaniel" Morris was "among Annie Pattnn and Annie Allen Elgin. those present." Ho sat In the front Messrs. Douglas FeUx, E. Y. Park, W. Fogle rqw with his purse in haud.aliways ready T. Poadloton, McDowell A. to contribute to a .worthy cause, and and Shelby Stevens. he came across (with tlho greater part of a $10 note, and did not bait an eye, FLIES EGGS NEW but as for qwning diamonds, "NVy.wy, a $35 stone would look 'good to ime." TABLE DELICACY they Bat from all over tha oounitiyi pay homago to tho fair young came to country lady from the Groen rlrvor tew were surprised to not av Pennsylvania Farmer, Who En- find .her the one tnoy were to meei nea-jlni- g pne-eloc- ,1 Association of Baptists. Ohio County Association of Baptists' will meet at Cane Run church near Dan Station on the I. C. R. R, between Horse Branoh and Qwn'hboro, Wednesday, August 1C. iW hopo all the churches may bo iwell represent A. B. GARDNER, aioderator. ed. Notice to Taxpayers. of aipolnitmonte of G. P. Jonesr, Deputiy Sheriffs Taffy, August 7, a. m. ( ilst i , Adaiburg, August 7, p. m. l .Magan, August 8, a. tn. ' Ralph, Augusi 8, p. m. ... .. Run, AiigUBt 9 'Bedti, August 10. Butord August 11. f 'f H.tflln, August 12. fT. H. BLIXQK, S. 0. C. By G. ,P. JONES, O. S. 3 ..., ,p JiTtu-- ,... WH1TESVILLE. Aug. 1. Prof. Jim McKlnney re- '.', ...., I . ,,,,, corn-starc- v turned from Bawling Green a few days ago and Is nqw visiting at Mr. Clint nodding, John Ramsey and wife, Calhoun, spent part ot last week with his sister, Mrs. Annie- Pate. J. A. Edge has purchased the general store of IV. T. Groer and son. Ben Ramsey who has a position - vls-Itil- -- f aw jw f0 fS 'SUTZJL with ithe American tobacco Co. at Calhoun is spending his vacation here. iMiss Mary .McHenry, Bowling Gren, Is the gueatl ot Mrs. Lena Haynes. May tBeulah returned Saturday from Bowling Green where she has been attending school. Mrs. Llvla Cecil and daughter, 'Hat-to- y, Willi leavo tho latter ipart of tha week for Knoxvllle, .Tenn. for a 'two weejes ivislt. "'Wl ' Sillle Hqwlett, Pleasant Ridge, Is visiting Lucy MoCarty this weak. Wallace Lltsey and family, Louisville, spent tho past ten days with ' his mother, Jlna. Tom Lltsoy. ' Jillssds Katie) and Bdttlo KHtlt 6ar, awoniaboro, visited relative dt this place loati weak, Tho now wo story .brick ibelng built iby F. L. Compton adjoining J. II. Whealley's store ds nearlng com-plotlo- iu es Zoda BrlstciW, )Coone3 Grove, waj JIi. Clarence StreatlasS woolc Wolbj, Maoep, Susie pont last woak the guest of Mrs. W. B. Wells. the guest of oom-munl- Notice. undersigned assignee of thcr Fordavlllo Banking Company iwdll .De la Fordsvllle, Ohio county, Kentucky, at tlw office, of the Fardsvll I e Banking Company, on Saturday, August 19,1911 at which time and place buld assignee will sit to receive claims against eaid estate, and any creditor ifallln tc pHieat at tho time named, his claims, verified in tho manner claims are required .to ,be verified, against the estate of dooondonts, except that 'Oiey need not ho verified by a iwrson bth- er tlian the claimant, bhall ibe deemed to have waived hla rlafht to any part of the ajjlgnod oatta See. Russell's Statutes, Boc. 402. This July 21, 1911. 2W J. W. MoOART.Y, Asblneo of the Fordsvlllo Danldn 1 The m a. - Ohaa-loaton- re to j - eatfl. iCoBwany. Mia - i"i(i 'Ti I -i- - IHni nil - n v I il il a. pa . twUi.'niif il iiiHI iihj.- - - HT W 'wp. i -- ti Tfll T BRECKINRIDGE -COUNTY FAIR. HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY. AUGUST, 22, 23 and 24. BETTER SHOWS. LARGER PURSES THAN EVER. . THE PIPTH ANNUAL 1 PLENTY OF MUSIC. SOMETHING DOING ALL THE TIME. Prof. .A.. C. L. Parker,noted Balloonist will make a balloon ascension and parachute leap each day of Fair. Don tmiss it . Excursion rates On - all Trains. Trains stop at Fair Grounds. Write for Catalog. f T, BEIAH.T3, ACRES DRresic3.oxi.-t- J. ivr ,f T? ALWAYS ONE SUCKER up one oye. Tho watah done make 'Wtitaih tt t ivr --- ixrT Secretary. ,.i SCHOOLS. to ouch person. The general stock of money In itho United States at tho 0. prosjnt time Is upward of Of this ?303,827,M0 is hold OFGOAL LAND in tho itroasury as the assot of tho la govoraniwnt., whllo $3,22096,000 countod as tho money now dn clrcu-laitlo- n. Houtghly, this would seom to Will be Developed by New Indicate that thoro is $274,000,000 of capital not in clrcualtton our "Jild-do- a York Promoters. itha postal Now talonts." savndss ioauks are to supplant tho stockings arm-chaiold and Sew Railroad May be Built to wfliero BavJnigs (formerly wono atorod. As I .Ioft imy now f rlemd he jlnisled Tap Rich FieldsMeans a Caw sIUjr pleco3 dn JUs pocljt and neatly pctfod Hiill further otot his Much to State. arranged columns of figuros wiilloho waitod for more data to figuna out "per capita." From atfalTs vt WashHartan, ICy., Aug. 2 What 4a probChappie in ably the largest land deal over made ington, 'hy Jo Mltaholl th'e National Magazlno for uguat. in-- " la Kentucky, mud ana that is of estimable benefit to Harlam county Torturod for Fiftoon Years woe consuniatied when tho 'Kontuctolan by a abomadh trouble Mining Gotmnany, hoadod lliy C. P. that batflod doctors, and walstod all itook romediteB ho triod, John W. Aloddors, Ponio, a Now York urometer, aeomoddoim-o- d. over and will develop ke G5.000 acres of Moddorsrilo, Mich., i and He liad to Bell ihls fanm belonging to die Kontonla corporation give up work. His nolghbors said, in Harlan and Dull oountlo3. "Jio can't Uto much Jonger." "VIhat-oro- r 'Die land, iwfitch litis in tlie southI oito distressed one," lie wrote, eastern panb of Jlarlna counity hnd in "till I triad Eloctric D.ttws, which the nonthwtctstjtsm section of Bull, car- worked wonders for me (that I cm ries some of tho Iwst ooal seams and now oat things I could not take for most .valuable itAmber la southoatosrn years. It's surely a grand remedy for Kentucky. stomach trouble." Just as good for In addition to the nbove tract tho the Hvr and kidneys. Every bo'jtle Kofctenia Miorlug Company la acquir- guaranteed. Only 50c at all druging other holdings, and It will soon gists, m probably have rui aeroaso of between 99,000 ftar&i it has Just SOfiOO and Cheap Clubbing Rates. closed n deaj with W. H. B. Smith.of We have made an arrangement witl county, (wfliortiby It becomes tho this ownar of GWO acres of Jand. fThe the publishers of tho Inland Farmer, of Louisville, whereby wo ore enabled pri e. paid (was 2o0,000. Although no iKisltivo announcement to furnish Tho Hartford Republican "has yet been niado to (that oJfocWt is and that paper ono year for $1.50. Almost certain tint within a short The Inland Fanner Is a weekly Jourtime a line Mt tallruad will bo built nal and one of tho best farm papers ruin this plaoj ito .Martin's Pork and published in the United States, Our Carton's Creek, wlioro it will tap the readers should take advantage of this offer. tf xicb holdings of tho Kwuten'a 65,000 dat fool better." he fall out'n (boat. ?3,500,-000,00- LEFT d 3 "Why, de shoot-de-ho- ot One Missourian Who did not Take Fains to Demand a Show- ing and Loses Out. (Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 3. A man who said his name was Marian and that he was one of two Iowa farmers who imoiitgased their homos ifor $1C,- 000 and sonlt tlio money to "J. B. Hag gins," In Chicago, who was to ,bdt It on a liorso race and "clean up" a small Iflortune, canne here Thursday morning to got $8,000, the amount he put up, and his shane of the (Winnings. He failed to flnid anyltrace of "Mr. Haggins." iMorlan macte 'his .troubles iknowm to J. A. Runyon, Industrial lOammlsston- er of tho Kansas City Commercial Club. He Went to (the ,ClUb officials to ask information concerning the possible place In tho oity (whore "J. B. Hasglns" could be found, but ho refused to toll the location of his fanm la Iofva, or ihls Christian name. i Accordlnis to (the story ttcid to Mr. Runyon by Mr. Morlan, a "J. 'U.'llag-glns- ," of Chicago, several months ago visited Ids section and made friends of many at the farmers. He "was es pecially Interested In Monlan and his neighbor, and when he returned to Chicago the tiwo often sent ihlm email amounts of money which "Haggins" would ibet on horse raoo3. .Tihe on many times (the amounlt of the man'uy thty bet. A hort itlmeag Morlan fold "Hassans" mirato itolilm advilslns him and his neighbor .torais all the moniey they could, saying ho had dnside information on a jblg ;raco and would win a fortune for, each. Tlio fanners mortgaged tbolr homos for $8,000 oaoh, and forwarded itho flar-me- rs euro awkward. It tuck 'oni Hiftoon min utes to hook 'im out'o do watah." Mm, "All do waitlah come out ob when dey roll '1m qvah do har1! only, dat makte him 'bleed some more." "Why, ho 'blood whoro dat trash Mm. Alb'um Lancum Jackaan cahve Lan', I done forgot to tell yo dat" "No, nothln' ibad one HI cut 'cross his nose, an' one car, nrf niither 'cros his nose, an' One ear, an' nuther 'cross his chlst. He done cahve faim wilth a razzur, yeS3uh." to "Co'se, It hloed some. I has give "1m same gin to liozp '1m quleit." "Not much; 'houlin a pint. J has a (pint more to give him. He sure is He's I Republican Nominees. from Elevonitai District; tortsy-thro- o years of age; belonjp jto the MotWod-l- st church. OF FtUIHLIC SUPERINTENDENT ouro-dOfjin- g thiiiraty." "AH right, Doctor, Jthanky. P'r'apa got you'd foottbr come. Jt mought serious. Shall I gib 'lm some imo'.i gin, or shall I wa'jt .till you come?" V'l ntivor felt so near my grave," writes W. R. Patterson, of Welllng-ton- y Tex., as when a frightful cough and lung trouble .pulled mo down to 100 pounds, in spite of doctor's treat ment for two years. 'My falther, moth er and two sisters died of camsump- tion, and Uhat 1 am alive today is duo solely to Dr. King's New Disicov-crwhich completely cured one. I Now I iwelgh 187 'pounds and have been well and strong for years. Quick on safe, sure. Its the .best romedy earth for coughs, colds, lagripe, asthma, croup, and all threat and lung troubles- - 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all druggists, in yi Life Saved at Death's Door. 1,000 Successful Men. I have on any desk a list of 1,000 By successful men of ithls nation. "suieoceBful" I do not mean nhns moneymakers, but anon who have s given us now of steam, oleotriclty, constmictoon work, education, art, itc Thccio are the men who aiiiflu )nco cur moral as well as physical Jives. They construct for conc-'ption- iConi-jxvi- y. tho largest TJio lease au Ami A . I' 3a Ka'.uckyvil Jts communication is of Snostimaiblo value to Harlan coun ly and this ecotiun. rrjw building of .tho luUroad up Mar tin's Fork Mil moluo Hatkun tho divergent iwdut of throe lines of road awl will assure Its jKwltton as tho buifdmt3 ooutor of probably the larg-1t- rt of Finanoo and Economy, .University of Pennsylvania, ho is amply quali flndualyfcU In the state. fied to produce articles that will prove a source of valuable informaSpit, Quit, Fit. tion to prospewtive investors. Hlncs, Ala. In a lottw from this TSi'o investments prlnulially to be place, live, llulu Mao Bradley siys: discussed are stocks and bonds. Dr. "I tiscd to iAt up all I oat. I was Moado lias Bpodallztd on these sub My jects Urod and slowy all the time. and will offor suggestions and bead ached, tuid I could hardly drag Information that wlU be helpful to .around. Sicuo taking Cnrdui, this lias tho man of limited means, and enatniiroly quit, nuil now I feel quite fit. ble him to seltct a secure investment Mrs. Bradley suffered from uwiirous for his funds. Dr. Muado (is the indigestion. Cnrdui builds up tho writer of consdderaiblo note on finan nervous oyutxtu, and (jtrcugthous tlio cial works. Ho Is of tho author moiaanly coltutoon. That's why "Trust Finance" .and a contributor iCordui IjcIjkiI Miw. Bradley and why to various financial Journals. 7 it yi help you. Tiy it. Imtereeilng os well as instructive .AndYou Know Figures Won't Lie tlieso talks each month will prove of the utmost asslstanoo to those who Jlis IholJjy wao the colluctton of deslro a thorough woiklng ktioiltKlgo .data conooiti(u); tlio woaltli of tho of investments. world, and AfLun Smitli and tlio nhilwopuaa, Jiilrti Stuart Mills and Notice. not tho famous tuonomliits could All secretaries of tho American littvio iboeai luoro tlovotud to tho task Society of I&iulty are rarueatod to Ho vas uLtjtitu; in itho lhruu of mnitliig for otuU uvoivj Clguros, liave the tobacco pkdgcs circulated County SecretaAnil as I uut down beside him ho and netumod to the ry by August l&th. outimUaatioally iwUitod to nouno figHENRY M. PIRTLE, flow. ures gilvlog lino wvjjU'Ji Ut tlio Uncoil comiputnlU'an. BlotxB from Umj flrut nxulo, in llil, wkicli ulu;u. aiiproxUaa-to- d $75090,000. Tiio Itiyble hlcli iw l)Owcd tno (uddautod an iacnoaaofoli A man or woman In each locality, To luar of about tluvw and oiuHhalfpor Join th Buprema Council of th( lod.ty cent. comiiiouViJ lumuaUy. Wliou and Introduce our Ben.flt C.rtlflcatei among friend, and acqualntaacea. wo consldor ttuxt Uio avoiwgo capital be between tt and 60 yeura of ace. Must Oive capita of $t83 in 1791 has Jump-n- il all or only spare time. We pay cah ben.CHir flt. for alckne.ii. Injuria., accident, and to $1,369 tm Mamli, 11)11, tho deaths. ISxperienco not neceuary, pan growth of a nation of make fr.nf3 00 to t1 00 a month and up. A pleaMnt and hlvhly pro!) table prote. mUltou woalu con to oaally Hion. juveir nwrauw votirea mean, a .roalizod. certain aaaured incest, for you every A'galn, bo iuul figurod itliat themon-f- f month thereafter. Why n.t cet Into buI. for yourtelf NOWT No capital in clncukwtfota in ttia United Bitoitos, na Send for particulars. ed. equally d4vWl, acoordlug to ami p al BOX LA.293, COVINGTON, KY. irojagaiidl4rtfi, jvpuld gVvo o'bou.t $31.00 D-1ne this J and is prabalbly at its kind over made How to tell a safe Investment A new and important feature in lKsglnmlns wlth the LIPPINCOTrrs August issue, .U1 be a Pttnana'al Department, to ba conducted by Dr. Edward S. Mtade. Dr. Meade is a man of exceptional ability, and as Prd'oss-o- r of Finance, in tho Wbarton School manioo' (to A the wrote them. How th so m!ai Btarttl in cnork He liad won. Then lie vtirdto, to .Mor- Is Interesting. Thytr first foothold lan to moot Mm In lOuisas City and in work is filno s'judy. get the money. This ibnoughtt 'Moilian Three hundred aiajrtod as farmto this olty. He is still here 4xying ito ers' sous. i locate his friend, itho $S,000 and his Two hundred stantod as winnings. boys. 1fto hundred wore netwsboys. Memphis Lady Writes. One hundred wore printers' apMemphis, Tenn. Mrs. Emma D. prentices. Ono hundred weno aprentloexl in Looney, of Memphis, writes: "I suffered misery for nearly eight years. manufootortloa. Since taking Candid, I nan much etroa Fifty began at the .bottom of railor, and I haven't missed a single meal road work. Fifty only fifty ihad .wealthy parI hardly know how to express my gratude." Don't worry about your ents to give itfhean a start Juvenile symptoms Cardul goes deeper down. Court Record. "What you neod is strength. Bbrongth Buy it now. Now te the tkne to will enable you to throw off female buy a bottle olf Chamberlain's Colic, troubles and will prevent tho hedach Cholera and Dlarrlioda ReanedyJ It backache, dizriness and Dthor'symptor Is almost certain to be needed bethat you now suffer frani. Candul fore the summer is over, fUhls jvjme- helps you get it. 9 dy has no suikerlor. For aale by ull druggists. m The D-1- "iHaslns." short rtiime later btOter itlilnfes. Caldwell ft. W. Vinson Born la county; studied In common We publish belaw brief hlstariosof and at State UnlTcmslty; loader the Republican nominees for State y; educational (work In Western aU being natives of Kentucky: Assistant Superintendent PubGOVERNOR. in lic Instruction under Professors Crabbe Edward Clay O'Rear dlorn Chrts-tta- n Montgomony County; educated in com- and Regenstcim; belongs to itho church. mon schools of the state; admitted (to bar In Magoffin- county; practicad at COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTUR D. W. Clark Born in Roberteon West Lrtbenty and Mt Sterling; first county; studied in common schools Republican over elected County Judge of Montgomery County; now serving of State; engaged la farming; now atBar-bourvlll- e; second tenm as Judge of the Qount publisher of Republican paper never held public office; Justice of Appeals and was Chief years of age; Baptist. years old and forty-Wv- o ono term; forty-nin- e CLERK OF COURT OF APPEALS. belongs to the .Methodist Church. C. S. Wilson Bora in Whitley Cpun LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. ty; sUidlod in couiinow schools; taught L. L. Bfistow Born in Scotit Coun Deputy ty; educated at Georgetowm College; sohool fllxtien jears; now 'Clerk of the Appelate .Court; forty-thre- e lawyer; Republican elector In 1901; years df age; Methodist. candidate for Congress 'In 1908; of Census for Seventh District, 1910; Now sowing as Countj" An ordinary case of diarrhoea eau, apoint-mon- t; as a mile, bo cured Iby a single dose Judge of Scott County, by of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Mothod'jst. Diarrhoea Remedy. This remedy has ATTORNEY GENERAL.. Thomas B. iSIoGregor Horn in iMar-sha- U no superior far bowel complaints. For m$ county; educated at Bawling sale by all drugista. Green CoUego and Umlversity of TenNegra Secures Patent. Attorney nessee; Second Assistant Winchester, Ky.f Aug. 3. James D. Ithlnty-tw- o year General of Kentuoky; of age; member of hte Baptist church Bell, a colored blacksmith, who nuns AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. a repair shop on Bums avenue Whs for all L. W. BQthurum Bonn in Rock- secured a patent on a lock-n- ut castle county;eduaaited in common carriage axles, which sirovonits itho loss schools, graduating from law depart- of the tap, fThe nut, which Hits on .like ithe orment University of Louisville; Counthdrty-nln- o dinary one now in use. Is looked on ty Attorney of Rockcastle; years of age; ibolongs to the by means of a pin, held In place by a spring, and the Inventor says that i Christian church. loss of the nut s practically! imposTREASURER OF STATE. Herman F. Monroe Native of Jef- sible. (This is the first (patent ever igraatod ferson county; studied in public schols of Louisville; engaged in brokerage for a device of this kind and iprovid-e- d that the involution is Bucoesaful, business; served as Jailer in JoSfer-yea- rs of age; beings toot he Lutheran it should' prove very valuable. Bell is (negotiating mitih manufacturchurch. ers proparatony to putting Itho article SECRETARY OF STATE. A. J. Oliver Born dn Warren Coun- on tho market. ty; studied in common schools and at Mt Zion Academy; admitted to FOR FLETCHER'S bar at ScatitsvUle; County Attorney of Allen, State SeawtDr df-ficKon-ituck- 31 Children Cry 1891-190- 2; CASTORI A ILLINOIS and Chfcf;12t015 . $12 $18 CENTRAL st. Lows Detroit I Y.66M.V. RAILROADS Tickets limited to return to August 27, 1911. Aug. 19 to $12 $14 $18 - $18 Trouble With Rastus. WANTED nd won-larf- iil nluo-ty-A- "Hollo, la dls central? Gimme number fibo 'levon, please. Is dat you. Doctor. Smdf? Yessuh, dls lis Missus 'Rastus Johnslng, down Mulberry Ave nue. Yessuh. Something's done hap pened to 'Rastus.'" "I doan know wfoait mado it, noauh. He's turrlbJe sick, jwr since we afternoon. come from de Park dls He's sure bad." "Nosuh, he didn't eat nuMftn; ius' a ill bit o' chicking ifroo or fohpteCes an" part of a watornnlUlon, 'fandtoo plocea of pie, an' some 'Nosuh, ho uildnH oat much." mjHOn' "Nosuh, he didn't drink o'jtlier JW a tlj'n Jigger M4akey, or mobbe Hwo, on' two or fate beers, an,' some eodys." "Y'essuh, he lias a little pate in his hald, whore he buinirted tt."1 "Why, when ho fel off'n de Roller Coaster, die run his hald clew fru de do' of de ticket-placIU juftt ,' breAk it all to smash." "Nosuli, not his liaid, de iloer, Dt dldu't huht 'Rastus none; Jos' lnt ico-croa- EASTVIEW. July 25 .Mr. J. W. Duloe te dan aarouflly ill with typhoid fewr. Mrs. Altha Stewart and son. Ellis, were the guests of friends ankl relatives at Beaver Dam arid Taylor Mines from Fitiday. until Sunday. iMr. J. R, Henry, Df TaMly, is the guest of Mr. tuud Mas. W. E. Hkiton. 'Mosers. S. R. and L. D. Fronoh aponit from Friday unMl Bunday wfcfch fnlende and relatlvps at Beaver Dam and Taylor Mtous. Aim Jane Mitehell is ill with old age and. a caniplloablou of niimatfM. SiHiday School vis (irogroailng titfcte-l-y at litis lifece. Cuts and bnutoea niagr ho 'healed In about the time required by Wiwlyliig the usual treatment by CiwuiiUirlaAn's Llsament. It is au antt&ui)Uc aad eau such iJiJurles to Oical wUhout induration, aids i!eves soruiK of Jie linimetit also iiMw?Jos and rbMMAtie imlm. For mIo by ail drults. m ojie-Wil- rd Louisville EXCURSIONS Cinqinnati IN Norfolk Washington AUGUST TO THE ANNUAL (And Other Eastern Points) Tickets limited to return to September 3, 1911. NORTH EAST Tho faroa apply from all points on the Illinois Central and Yazoo and Miseissipl Valley Railroads in Louisiana, and all points in Mississippi EXCEPT stations on the Illinois Central, north and including Senatobia and Holly Springs, and EXCEPT stations on the Yazoo and Mississippi Valley Railroad, north of and including Clayton and Crenshaw, Miss. PULLMAN STANDARD and TOURISTS WILL BE RUN BLEEPING CARS For further information appy to nsarat I. C, or Y. & M, V. R. R., Agent, or to G. H. BOWR, Gonwal Paswriger Agt, Memphis, Tnn. "- -; - ,. ,tp" if, ' " 'i.umqv r r"r' FARM TOPICS. l ' i ' X K 'it' too young. If they are bred young much at what should hnvo gone to build up the muscle and bomo of their own to bodies must mccssarlly be usod nourish the fotus. Tills stunits the i d grcpMh of the heifer moro oor She nwer xichcs the size she might othcnwilso have reached, and Is never as successful a producer of caljjas she would havo been had she been al NOTE,HEADS CARDS lowed to neach Bomvo degreo of maturity beforo be'ng bred. Farmers' and Drovers' Journal, ENVELOPES POSTCARDS TO KILL "WARBLES" ON OAfTTLE. Tako oomvmon salt and throw it on tlio backs of your DatUe, and usually s BLOTTERS ono apl'xatloa will kill all tho war BILL HEADS bles. If net, Threat it again in a week or so. Tho cattle will lick each PROGRAMS' ' LETTERHEADS ' r other's backs and the ibrino will run Into ,thso holes and kill all th 3 warbles. I havo been raising stock for 'SHIPPING TAGS STATEMENT HEADS: mys(f for a long time, and tills is don't all I over do for stock. Ncr Pn bo afraid to put on iplenfty (U rait. I "County corresipomlents are LABELS CIRCULARS usually apply when they are at the some rather remarkable tales - "5 rack or feed bunk, as they aro ihen concerning tho locusts. The saVl. JuBt walk along behind and west end of this county seems to be FORMS STOCK BOOKLETS scatter dt from tall to horn, and if tiho most affected. A Broadheads-vill- e they have any lico it willl kill them, r scribe writes: too, for nothing can live in, brine. "iThesj locusts are turning eomo : CATALOGUES FarORDER BLANKS A. "V. Johnson, In Wallace's sectdons of the west end into a little mer. Egypt minus the; darkness. For weeks EDUCATING OUT THE POS3UJI. before tho hosts came out of the DEED BLANKS MORTGAGE BLANKS In removing tho debris from tho ground many were dug up by skunks, cellar of tho old RIggs Houekj, which foxes and groundhogs as food, and has been orn down, a number . of these animals aro living on locusts Washington negro workmen the other yet. iYoung groundhogs, highly espossum, day discovered a big fat people, teemed as roasts by many which they mistook for an enormous will bo fatter than ever iby June; but TLe efrat, and fled precipitately. lowhether the tlavor Imparted by fects upon tho negro of the refine- custs will be as delicate as that of ments cif higher education and the clovur blossoms, on which joung white man's civilization may iwellbo groundhogs are wont to feed, remains Let Us Submit Estimate on Your Next Work. nachallenged when it destroys the to bo son. S ture of tho race to tho extent that All Work Guaranteed. cai'jblnls "Crows, iblackiblrds and Its members fall to ax3cognizo a fine have ibothered the corndclds a bit fat possum when they see It. About other hots, but this year have left progress ono more generation of them for tire locusts. Pheasants are we will see along the same line, and also feeding fat on tliton. Nearly the tho colored man and 'brother shying whole feathered tribe reveal la the at the watermelon and running from swarms of locusts. Tho 1'iplng quail yellow legged pulltit iBaltlmor havo been lured from .the orchards. Sun. The robin is about the only bird big AN OBSERVING CAT. enough to eat tho locust that prefers A Philadelphia newspaper is respon 6traw berries cat. the firmer, with his story about a slble tor this and cherries. Turkeys, losing Mielr Thl3 particular feline 'belonlged to a s, fondness for ibugs, boitltB and (Hanitist, and seemed to take delight k hnvo chosen tho locusts. On on In woitiohlng tho doctor operate the Weir Mountain plateau womonigo his patknts. Ono day it was noticed out In tho woods wlh baskots.wthich. pussy refused to eat and that thoughts, that "My thaushts niro not of apparent they shako full of locusts from the she frequently howled lni bushes and take thorn homo (for the Mys xtxya saltti nofther aro your wys . . . . distress, but no one know what was pilgs. Ait many places they are gather Products ol rasior Kusseu tho Lord; for as the heavens aro lilsQ the matter. Tho next mormdnig, after 'Polk ed for tho chickens. Out In or than tho earth, so aro 3Iy ways a patient had left tho chair, pussy Township there aro ducks that leave Brooklyn Tabernacle of higher ithun jtur waysind My thoughts jumped into tho place ho had occu tho barnjard every morning for a pied and govo a pitiful yowl. Struck than ouyr itiho,Uiht&M (Isa. 55:8, 9.) nock of woods not tor away and there with an. idea, tho dentist carefully become so stuffed with locusts (that To know God miona moro than to examined the cat's mouth and found they can hardily waddle home. of his lovtog llan a swollen gum and an ulcerated tooth, It Is not sufficient to hlawo Bibles know eomd'-hln-g "Along MoMlcheal's Creak bushes merely, nor God Ho promptly extracted tho inoisor, and character; it mtans to know our center (tables become so leaded with this post as to can y thum under our anms. In these sense of personal acqiialnltanc and pussy dmmediaitely bflgon to purr to Mis In a very contented manner. It may break and fall Into tho water, whoro and Intelligent appreciation of Wo must "tut" tho Wt.nl cf God a toast from tho In say, ix nwrat, as HpmJtual charactw: nrd no ono can have finds have (bam only a concidence, but it the trout make that is to sects. Farmers drhiJig through weeds jnos-tag- o. kiew exceirt as he ivutialK'S df the Spirit really looktxl as IX tho cat children of God, food upon his brush often havo to atop and get i And this truly tanpllea careful of God, the spirit of love. And this whore ito go Ifor rdief. to knock off tho horses; cows CLOVER AS A FEED: dwcnlmlnatdcn to dlforai teheed God's apdrlt of holiness and love cannot be by In tho field ore givivtly annoyed acqutrtd inistantly; it Is a erowrth; iaqpired Revelation, and all human Good greon feed for hens and chick them- A young son of Peter Kceh-le- r, 1 of and its dovelcpment ds tho chief ibus-int- ens In Bummer constitute one and admixtures. flTharo placing in a small field surround-t- d (and should' fee the ahkif con- tho main part of thoir feed. Of all thdrtiroro, ft dilfiferemco between by woods on, tho Ross Township best. land loing the word at God cern.) of all who ihope to kinow God the groan stuff, cloer is the at plcpe of Weir fountain, cays par- In lahe camnlate boiiew iwhlcli will bo Young clover that is about 2 said loving a. or 3 and iwerenc-ittimes tho air is lcadd with locusts itiMrnal. ernccs and.alK rewarded rottli life ticular, tnanalutiou, Inches long Is bst for chicks, while and tlio sun is darkond." for hens and laying fowls, grown cloThe Rlgbltocus are bold as a Ldon, ver with or without heads is good. Tho Lord's Church, Mia oniy ono to or as well as and as r Doto, Are You a Woman which tho naino Ecclesia, Eody Every poultry keeper who lias room o mode as a Lamb. This peculiar Church. Is properly aflPllcobleJs sa to sire should cut clover for isum-mfBaltimore, Md. Mrs. W. II. Isob, at ibwgfykqp should b found in eivery par la this world's and winter us. It ccntanly- s a and OhnisUan, hnd we doubt If It iwill bo savero n tho feed bill, and chickens 1410 Eat Madison street writes, "For so unostentatious, olgniUlcant, soeral years, I suffered, off and oa, riches, that it is not recognized, nor found vjlaqwhere. and hens do better with womanly troubles, until finally cowardly standrecognizo from tho Of course, where chicks haVo range from nor "Afcoording to thy faith bo it un- this does not apply so much as to I was talteU' down and could do nothpoint- It is neither nun-mad- e nor aie its mvmrtxjra en- to thoe," iould sa mi to be the Lord's yarded Man-ruleAnother goodgiwn ing. Tho pains I experienced, I shall fowls. on earth, but iro heaven, (Hob. method of dealing wfii all who are food for chickens and joying rolled tt( a Is never forget. I lost weight until I 12:23); Ms Head and Bishop Is the His disciples, from first to Jast of Js dandelions. It Brews in was only ektn and btmtfl. I believe experience. Land, its Law is His Word; dt (has their Christian walk and around the barn and around theudsee I would bo In ray gravo If I had not to notice fcut ono Lard, ono Faith, ono Baptism Faith when He setms 'not gardens. Journal of Agriculture. tried Cartlul. Aro you Mko Wrs. Ira be of upon tho tosfilmoniTkiS ue; faith wluni things seem to and it is built CULTIVATION OF TURNIPS. bocauso of weak and discouraged, our prosperously with us i cC tho Holy Apostles and Prophets-Je- sus going Turnips and rutajbasas canjbosawn some palnCul ailment? Cardui will Christ Himself belng its Chief spiritual affairs and in our temporal In July or August for uso In fall help you. Try It today. Any drug affairs; and faith equally strong wha and winter. Tho turm'ip is a whole-som- o Corner Stone. oiat will ba islad to sell you a tho currents and Itorcva all s'dem to 'D-by bottle. vegetable and is aWlshed me touebstonse, bo against us. ityt eed to havo store stock. For heaping in winter, as it mux), some matter which will turnips in a cool collar and cover . iAII life, whether In God or in His the kelp us to decide, which wdll enable with sand or turf (to kutp theftn I resh. FOR FLETCHER'S roach a dooiston quick- creaiturts, ds tfys samo; it la an ener- Another way tka mind to is to put them In n pit ly. Tlds touchstone fchould (bo God' gizing iprinclplo, not a subfatanca. It dug in dry sod where there will be God, wttl, bo that to purot&ve tho Lord's is a prlncdplo whlcli Inheres In no danger of water standjng and to How's This? will in respect to any question, would but which in His areatunos ivsults cover mdth straw overlaid .with earth God has fce to settle It as quickly as ddscurn-- i. fWrai certain causes which Re. Wo offtrOno Hundred Dollars kJop out frost. sufficiently dep to ordained, and of whlah he is thereWhen protected In this manner tur- ward for any enso of Catarrh that fore tho Causo, iho Auflior of FounCatarrh cannot bo cured by Hall's no nips will keep until spring. Sow in As though, by instinct, tho whole tain. Honoo the creature 3a in P. J. CHENEY & CO., tradrills about 3 foot apart and half an cure, mfttioa, nnhilo it groans and sense a part or an offspring of tho Toledo, O. vails In pain, waits or, longs for land OixUor's essence or nature, as pamo Inch deep, or sow broadcast, but la Golcaso bo sure to have itlw ground Wo tho undemslgned, haflro known ores for tho day. calling it tUo Imagine, 'but ho is God's handiwork, alther rich and freshly stirred. Olhlni oarly F. J, ChenkAy for tho last 15 years, den Age; jot men grope .blindly, litfuead with life, Jho-nk'- a and keep freo from weeds, so tliat and bellevo him perfectly honorable oiot awaro of tho grout tho young plants will not Iw chuaU- - in nil busintsa Umniactloaa uudfinnutlwlr purposes. B.ut graclottB Wife got Tip Top Advice. kxl In growth. Anyovncravd,ing'wUl dally able to carry out any obligaoh an aga klebeut couwJiytlocs t will "My wife wanted tno to take our rofcult iu rough and iworly flavored Uons nindo by his firm. aU for snort ot wlut tho wajojiisu, kjxn.nain summit. the Tho groat Civator is preparing boy to t&o doctor to cure an ugly roots, it is impontant to gilt b. Wholesalo DruEKlsts, Toledo, O. will tlio boil in a short ttoio." Quickest spnlng and summer crop HtatKudi very or vat things," which a Hall's Cntnrrh Cure 13 talcen inter-uallwwy diaw astound His creatures, and be oxcckmI Okla. "i mid 'put IJucklcn's Arnica early, sa that tho .turnips octdug dlrodUy uiwu tho blood belngly abmjdintly bBjiomd what thoy Salive on dt.', 3he did eo, and it cured Umo to giow to sufficient slue surXaevfl of th eystein. roaswaiUly n&k or crMit, and tlio. boll nl a. bhort tlano." Qulokost fore hot iwuather coujses thum to be- amli, mucous eould Prico 75c. sent free. of Tesllinonlals Scaldj, Cuts; Corns, come itough and blt,tor.-Jour- nal to-- Ills wandering creatures, IxMng healer of ibmrns, Ji per bsttio. Sold by all Dxuglsts, bKultin, tho holght Bruises, Sprains, alHnga, Beat Pile Agriculture ikt tho length and ToiV'lIpirs FainUy Pills for RATION'. . curp on e.uitU. Try it Only 25o at all THE WMi depth of tho loo of God, in cocplsdns, druUt. It ooets no moro for. the hod cou- in all exivota.t!on, Ho -- LET US PRINT YOUR ' DBBBDLNG THE! HBIFBIl. The heifer must not bd bred :' ' ted by o cow t)vt prodwxu 300 of butter pesr ytw Uim for om producing ICO iwunds. Tho w twe kinds of cews will tnt mbout tho e&mto quality of Ifocul, but one will convert moro food Into buttvr Mian the other. Tills fact demonstrates tho Importance of tho Ibrod. Tho ooit of fou.jr from tho ihetjtor cow Is consequently much less ittan that from tin other and gives a profit, whlcli tho other cow in tho herd 'may entail a lem "A ba!ano.d raton is ono that Is beat for tho purpose. A cow that produces anllk requires moro protein in Its food than, 'the one (wlidch Is nnt of a producer. There is no rapurposes, tion tbnit will ftjno all and as no two aniimnls arc exaCJy alike, no kind of ration can ibo mid to'bo balanced to prcWo Itlie substan ces) demanded by every animal dn the hfand. The farmer should ondmvor to uto a ibslanced TatJoa as rfar ns It' is possible to do so, but ho arnist bo a close observer of his live stock and endeavor to know every animal and its characteristics. Journal of Agriculture. LOCUSTS IN THE EAST. A rnMit nows Item from Strouds-bur- g, Pia CASTORIA it.VHrJmVS iwiiurj For Infanta and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOIIOI, 3 PEK CENT. ANgcloWeRrnarailonroriU. sfmilailnSihcFbodantlRediila HngUic Stontachs andBowasof Bears the Signature of t I vi.tvisTt)niPiu:tai.i PfomofcsDigeslionChffrfii i fcJ ll a J, kS"! LAr.jn Opiuni.Morphinc ! ncss and Restontalns ndtr norHiacr-1 2i 3""i Not Narcotic, jfoyMfoMASiMnnnm Ikvpltia Serd JlxSnmtt UCuSmdriiii us: Diutyrmtoir. Anwfert Hemedv for CtmsIlM t Ion, s'nd-Ingxt- in Sour Stocnach.Dlantota h X' the etNTAtm r Jft' In Worms ,Convulsions,rcvTnstt 17-je- ar ncs3andL0SS0rSLEP. Facsimile Signature of Use For Over m NEW'YORK;,, Thirty Years rantced under ihc vot Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA eoMFwv, nmm ton orrr. SB Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable. - r,T'HMJ,TT,f"tHW frH,WiHMt,M,wtWT7tTTTfT' THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 'Phono No.22 THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Go. .(INCORPORATED) 1 to HARTFORD, KY. WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE HT COST. grass-hoppca- ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME OR BUSINESS ... HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM", WHEN IN I REACH. ' suf-lUSc- at thn ns OUR CLUBBING RATES, $1.35 The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.5(? The Republican and Courier-Journa1.75 The Reptulican and St. Louis 1.25 The Republican and Homo and Farm k Owensboro Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.25 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.25 The itEPOBLiCAw and Laiiy uwenBDoro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The 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 Fanner 1.25 l; Globe-Democrat ss 9uii'' Twice-a-WeeTwice-a-Wee- E.G.BARRASS, Manager.! ng In-e- oam-hlnatl- cn or it d; 10 Address all orders to Children Cry THE REPUBLICAN. CASTORIA Fs"a8iyfs,!Bs"io. Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers "Hints to Inventors." "Inventions needed." "Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model for search of Patent Office records. Our Ar. Greeley was formerly. Cook on patents. bo-wu- se "r4 y, Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such had full charge of the U. S. Patent Office. GREELEY &M9INTIRE l 1KCOKPORATKD J ni tur-fami- WASHINGTON, X). C ((Wit -- " wttumT--- . . i r A I I Hi.rtford .Republican. . lor Om JtsmMloMW i !t h binlnK of Ooventor iOo athwliiWiwUoa, amA Hartford, K.. aimH bMt At the t9km!e of the lst iwiM of tho egtelro b recornHMwlul i BARNETT, J, NEY FOSTER hia mcwe 4Jo jiawago of r atralrbt C. M. ott Coanity Uait hmw and nourOQd EDITORS to RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER that bo iwaw ready and wilttr sign such an sot, but Its (passage was PUBLI8HSftS AND PROPRIETORS. successfully blocked by R Democratic and to majority in iho Stpite Samite, communications N Address blooked by tho "TJiird Hoii8o"'Rfl-rossntotlve- s, Tke Hartford Republican. wdilch is nrodo p and supfponttid, nW only b' no wWslwy ,n X3BX.3B3r3ZOXT3:S. torest but by many other interests. C vjaa'brla..A.. .......-.- . ....,..,SX. Editor "Wattoreon lias much tho boat ou.ci. of the Argument Jn (this matter and FRIDAY, AUGUST 4. will doubtUcs ,b3 able to take care of editor himself in his dispute Willi Woodson and all other comers. In TICKET. REPUBLICAN tho meantime the people of Kentucky will to doubt make up thtdr rtfinds wlilakey about which aianty is Uio Rot Governor, party. EDWIARD C. O'HBAIt, of ML Sterling. WHY SHOULD O'REAR RESIGN? th Meow! to wct mqt ot agtvowbk to the ftuw-ont- Js-MmMo. PERPETUAL ONCE MORE mxm' At INVENTED Flying Machine and the Age Simultaneously. The Original v : Running Machine Comes Can it bo true that itho flying Cut Rate Drug Store ( ona-ohlma-chi- v""'0' and tho perpetual matlton are to come elinultanrouely to bless tho pooiile Of ibis ojd world? Well, If the news coming 'fcnem the capital city of thia commonwuilth bo true, it looks Just that wny. Wilion -- Tor Lieutenant Governor, L. Ii. niUSTOW, of Georgetown. The Democratic press ot Kentucky, ce Par Attorney General, v THOS. D. AlcOREGOH, of Benton. J)r Auditor, qUEONARD W. BETIIERUM, of ML. Vernon. Treasurer, H3JRMAN V, MONROE, of LoulBVlUa - tr dC For ki A orotary of State, J, OLIVER, ScottavtllQ. For Gomtnisalotier of Agriculture, D. W. iQLARK, of Barbourville. For Superintendent of PuMio ". faifftxiiotian. W. VINSON, " p ""'of IVtncetoc. For " Clerk Count of Appeals, C, 8. WIUSON, of Williamsburg. RepDosenitatlve Onto County, "Tfar . A. liEAOH, of Beaver Dam. V Foe Senator, C. HOLMAN, of Morgantown. i "Tbe Democratic party cannot escape the accusation of being a Whiskey party." Louisville Courier Jour- Sunday's issue of the Louls-rfll- e Herald contained a .page devoted to a write up of Ed C. O'Rear and The article was well .wrifamily. tten and vtry much. enjoyed., by the readers of the HeraW Just at this time when ttoaRpuiblloan nominee for governor occupies such a laTge place to the milnds and hearts of the pdoplc lost Is still chargare1 ing that all tohacco growers sight riders, and that the Republicans axe to league with ithiam. Mr. Tobacco Grower, what Is your plain duty the under this state of cas3? If Democratic ticket supported by editor AVattercon is elected, it is only ao plain to see where the officials wlll land in a contest between the tobacco growers and the tobacco (trust. TVirmers take notice. .The Republicans made their for State officers without any Inquiry as to what iparticulftr church the nominees belonged and It is sate delegates to say that not twenty knew of the cliurch affiliations of any Ot the ticket until after thia nominations were made. However, lit is interesting ito note tliat all of tin? nominees are members of some olnirch and that four of them are Mothodis'js, (The oWler-Journal nomi--nati- Baptists, two Christians and one Luthonan. tlo fi uations ctl Uie Dtsnocrattc State press v Jvgalnst Senator Bradky anidindiicating that hid election as Uni'led Gtnks Senator was brought about by corrupt means, viiben one stops to think that the Democrats have nominated one of ttu& bol'Xne Democrats who refused to support,, Beckham, for Railroad Commissioner of the Second District da the ierson. of lion. "Billy" Klair, of Lexington, who not only of boasts of the proud distinction contributed somewhat to Senlaving ator Bradley's election, ibut Js also a saloon keeper. Before the Democrats go very much furUwa: in their hargs against Sonutor Bradley and indoVjntal aittumpts to injure the larty tltey shouuld take "Billy" Klair off ho tlckut. Jlon. It Is amusing to notice tho insin- andTimws lead by tlw Courier-Journ- al is shoAving sypiptoms of sorlous because Judgo O'Ror dots not resign his position on Uie, Court of AmxxiIs bench dn order (di run for aVer gavornor. Tho only man wa hoard of mho nealgnod such n ajoaifclan to run for another office .wag Jii&g Altten B. Parker, cjC Now York, who ran for Presidier.6 same yars ago on tho Democratic tlckut and wh.o was about the wonst ibciatien, man who ever ran for cfiMtjj and has never beld ono since. Cut-- , Voaily,what sense is thoro .In making suqh a wnand of Jiudga O'Rear? "Oiat Democrat in Kentucky ovur re signed ono office to run for another? Delftjcn.flo Mr. S. W. Hagor, the nonjiinee for governor four yrtlrs igq ran tho rapo tbTOUh held tho position of State Auditor, and iwo irre- sunif. -- ruwi h salary all itho Wme and wa have nbver heard of Its being turned .back into tho State Treasury. the At itbe samo time and during Beckham same campaign, Gqvoror was tho Domocra'tdc nominee Cor United States Senator,and did not ralgn. Some years ago Judge Cawtrlll, Iho was Circuit Judge of tho Frankfort District, ran for Judgo elf the Court as of' Appeals and did not resign Circuit Judge and dnw his salary Judge of the Court of Aippdala as for ttwio yuaars and during ithat time never sat to the court a day .or tried a case. Bu to como down ntarer to date, tho Honorable Bon Johnson, came to Kentucky from Washington, last spring and for several months was an adtiv; canauda'Jj !for goiornor. He did not lxslgn his posiuonv as mambdr f tJhe Hoouse of Represanlta- tlves and mould not have dome so bad had he been' nominated by the 'Democrats. Hon. Ollio James, the present Democratic nominee for United States Senator, is a member of the has House of Representatives and shown no symptoms of resigning. Prof Barksdale Hamlet, the present Demo for Superintendent cratic nominee of Public Instruction, is also Super-- x lnitendent of Qlty Schools at 'Hopkins-vill- e. Wtay not call for bis roslgma-tlo- n aJocg with the others? Lt would be Just as swnslblo to reqiulno amy bo. ofiflcer to resign his position to run The Circuit" Judge of for Notice to Taxpayers. this district was a candidato for re Met of nppointmenits, of B.-election and did not resign. Tho same Dputy Sheriff. may be said of weny county or dis- Keawin, Shreve, August 4. who nuna for trait officer Fordaville,, August 5. In ilow of tho iast .perfonmanico of Beaver Dam, August 7, reprusuntatlvos, lit is in very bad Its Centortofwn, August 8, '" taste for any Democrat in Kentucky August 9, p. m. . , Point Pleasant, to demand that Judgo O'Rear resign Alaitanzas, August 9, a. m. his position on the Count of Appeals r Smnllhous, August 11, a. m. Republibecause he hapens to be 'the CeralTO, August 11, p. ra. can nomln.'e for governor, and thena iMoHenry, Augustl2, Is no sense or reason in enh Rookport, August 14. from any person, althousih Wysox, August 15. they anight be in better iosUloii to Prontls, August 10, a. m. SUgg'.Bt at. Cromwell, August 10, p. m. .Sulphur Springs, August IS. ." fti the porrw'.ual motion niachlnery ts mode complete, Uiat is if it has any maohlnory about tho thing, it will be then that one may just climb on.go to sleep and fly over all creation whllo Uwy sleep nothing to do or bedomo Miscellaneous Articles, Rubber Goods Department, but fly and sluip, tho machine Just Carlstedt's Liver Povder..l9c 81 t. Fountain Syringe 83o going on nl libitum, ad Inffirultuni. Hero is about tho pcnpellnal motion, Nyal's Little Liver Pills. . 19c " " $1.50 t. ?1'.25 and if there Is no mistake about It, Chamberlain's. " " ..19o 75c and if it does not hanKPen that the Atomizer 50c tiling only tujins out to be a good Dodd's Kidney Pills .l2c 50c Rubber Bath Sponge. 35c fox trap or somelbAng "or nuthwr" " Doan's " 42c liko it, as many similar Inventions Dr. King's New Life Pills 19c have already been' kmciam to do, why Pierce's Discovery 83c then ths viorld 'has all that It hill "Wine of Cardui.. oyer need. ....83c Brighten up and use S. W. . But rioad:- Pinkham's Veg. Cora 83c Frankfort, Ky.i July 28. Iniveatlga-tlo- n Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets 42c P. covers most. Wears Longdiy a largo noriufoohrrins com Castoria 29c est, Looks Better, Than any pany is being made of iihat ds claimCephagline 19c Paint you can buy. Now ed to be a perpftiiual tnotico iScrJC Sloan's Liniment .19c don't forget this, but when perfeotod by JCoel Hodsea, of' Prank-fo- rt Jlr. Hodges claims that the yoli do painting (56me to see us small model which, ho hag at life 'h'n Toilet Articles, and call for Slierwin-William- s in Holing isfceet j,as been running for ,eigHfc (months, without any means Paint, Colgate's Talcum Powder..l5c of pvopelsion' outside of jhe power Mellier's Talcum Powder..l0c the machine generates. He claf.ms Golf Girl Talcum Powder 15c that the machine will produce power Hind's Honey and Alum enough to run an leatnlcfan. or small 40c dynamo and he says foe has refund Cream an offer of $50,000 for bis invention. 19c Colgate's Toilet Water Hodges lias hoen working on his Euthymol Tooth Powder..l9c Hour, day Invention for years, quietly awl without anybody knqwing what ho was deling ami he lias just made public the fact that be has solved the problem of .perpetual motion which has driven so many men to tho insane asylum during the hundreds of ytars that the inventors have beeni strugGRIFFIN'S OLD STAND gling with the (task. 3in Hodiges says he will not sell for $50,000, although he is poor, for be knows that Ms InIthat vention is worth many iilnus amount. Ho says tho machine has been examined by exports and the)' have agreed with hi'jm that ihe has solved tho difficult problem ot making a machine that wiill run until dt It twos enough to oondana any sort wears out without he use offsprings of law, good or bad. Then came the compressed air or any ajher motive election and defeat of the Republicans paver. to The Democrats have continued Tho invention is a wbeol with steel threaten. No wonder manufacturers balls at the end of rods on one side do not know where they're "at" or of the whoal, tho woigbt of these be- where to head in. There is no joke ing enough Sir. Hodges says, to dnjve in all this. It Is a serious matter and the wheel Dn around. He ' says lie we 'have not eeen the end of it, we welecmcQ imvevrtlgatlons of the imran-tlc- n fear. Roekvdlle (Ind.) Republican- - ' and would be glad to have anybody show him any flaw In it. It is Bor Sale. pnUbable that scientists from teveral Residence and two lots in Hartford. sections of the country will come to Will tsell, or trade for land. S. F. WAiiliACE, Frankfort to examine the invention and Bd.o it It ds what it is claimed to SW R. 4., Hartford, ldy. 2-q- We haven't the time, nor space, to make any introductory remarks pertaining to this Cut Kate Drug Store, but read over the partial list, and come in to see us when you want anything in the drug line. It's all CUX KATE. S" 3Q err- - cr o en 0 S H. C ti B-- pP p W w 9 pj Paint! Paint! oo wO S3 '! e & f w S'VCT' m CB I " J f PRESCRIPTION DEPT At your Command at any or night. t Ohio County Drug Co., Inoorportitocl, Original Cut Rate Druggists HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. ! Coffins AND ., ci -1. ra WO? 5 ' & "- - cj B CD S a- - v5 Pj ?O fl CD f . i Baptist Church J. W. BRUNER, Pastor. Prayer service Wednesday ing at 8 o'clock. even- Ceskets O. meeting In tfho Boraca Teachers' room Thursday antming at 8 Dlciock. BIWo echool Sunday at 9:45 ti. m. Dr. E. W. Fond, Supt Alonnlng wcreihlp at 10:45 and evening worship at eight d'cloclc. B. Y,P. U. meeting Sunday evening at 7, o'clock. r k - We carry in stock all Caskets, Coffins, and SPECIAt the time a first class line vof n "Stlck-to-lt-Ivefless- Sapposln' you goln' to do? Throw down (the pole, chuok toh tlon't bite at first, out your ,T. H. BLIACK, S. O. C. What are halt 52 By S. O. KE.OWN, D. s. Cash Prices. 100 lbs. 50 lbs. Cow for Sale. Good milch cow. And say your ftahln'si through? gain" to You bet you ain't, you're fish ibai'-Jt- . 2t Apply to, J. WALTER ALDEN, R. 5, Hartford, Ky, ,1 J ;i An' fish nn' fish nm' wait Until you've kwtichoil a baiikiet full Or o'il) e'jt out of Suipipoaa succees don't oome at ttirat Vhalt are you goto.' to do? Throw up Uie sponge an' trick yourself, An growl an" fret arf atdw? to You but you ain't, you're Boiu' 'fish An' bait cm' bait agin, Editor "Wattwaieon Is being takon to Until suocves iixibi hold your hook, i3sk by tjho Qwtsusboro Mi.s4eJ)ser and For grit Is sure to min-- . -- HExcharago. itiher ICienitucky State juiporo for his old admission that the Democratic 'Nothing gives an individual or a yanty da tho w3ilskiy tarty In n firm standing AWU, why not? Editor in the business world Is right, the Dtonocratlc .inrtl' like nice stationery neatly printed. 3mw had a majority in .bu'Ji houeos The Job Printing Department of The v of Uie LOK!laituro since thy odoptlm Hantferd Republican lwoi'8 constantly flno lino of letterheads, 'of the aqw constitution twenty yteors- on hand a billheads, statements and except ono time wfoon tho Ro- notehcads, go, ' iJiAlIaaJis hail a muall majority dn the envelopes, batli linen and commer,l'iottso of Roprtaonitflthw, but at that cial, typOATiter paivir, invitation and "5Sie Ww Domocfttts had a eate majority catalogue lyvxxrk. Give us a trial. You and It 'Was imposslblo will bo pleoseJ. Tlphoao 123. ii'".the Ksn-tucky, Wat-tewo- Something More Than a Joke. A Democratic friend poked fun at us .because iwo replied1 Ito the Tribunes- thrust about "prosperity" by saying the coun'try is "enjoying" hard times because of Taulff agita'tlon. Wo caTo naught for the Joke, but really there is nothing mono than a joke in it. It is a foot itliat thine never has been a Tariff agitation that has not produced business trouble uneaslneW, uncontaini'jy, lesacmad production, iwith necessary loss of employaneut and hard tlmias for tho common man. For throe tara over since tlie Rei)UblI-can- s promilsod to rovlaa the Tariff tlieru lias existed a state ot uncer- contalnty which was net p iinilttod o. Payie-Aldrio- li quiet dawn wen aKw th bill became a. law so that the country might I:rn by ao:ual fcxpor,-lonc- o whether it was sood or not. It has had no ohance. Such a continuous tow! has be.ai kept up by Demo- -, araftlo and Insurgent politicians tlwi Granulated Sugar . . $6.00 5.25 Pure Lard 7.75 1 bbl. Patent Flour " 1.50 1 bbh Salt . 1.25 10 lbs. Pure Lard 65c 5 lbs Pure Lard . . . 13ic Best Bacon, by side Bacon Butts lie 26c Paris Green, per lb 25c 5 lb lots, per lb 25c 6 bars Big Deal Soap 25c 6 bars White Magic 25c 6 bars Ivory 25c 6 bars Fels Noptha . 25c 6 bars Lenox 10c 3 pkgs. Argo Starch . . 3;pkgs Eagle Thistle Soda . , . 10c not Matches 10c 3 boxes Forget-m- o 10c 2 boxes Table Salt 2 bars White Floating Soap . . .10c general supplies. Our Prices are right and we .give you good service. .... Remembor the Place :Harff ord Grocery Co. t inn in in, it InCor por Htwcl. Irtfc ' t Centertowii, Ky. ' ' W 44 Prices Reduced Korrecf Shape ..H.LH U-i:,M-Hir- M IIAVB YOUR WIOTDORAJPlrt IFOR 1A call has been lemicd by tho chair- of Ihti Demccratfc county com- BDJlTCON TH83 IHO INDUSTRIAL MtV:o for a convention to llw IWd TAKEN AT ONCE, teSh-lcliy on Saturday, July 12 to A llmltul tjuantity of Man's $4.00 Pajjant Loath'cT Orforls, cholco to nomlmt'o candidates for mutor, re)- nojoatalvrt and to tiVct ril' ga'yfl. closo out, $1.50 at Fains'. M03niB. Ed. L Mini fit, Steve Bennot't of Hon. M. F. "Snarji,liro5;id.nt Amontoan Soc!oiy of Biulity'naa ami Jot H nn 'j of route 3, tho Saiiiirday Chamjaign 111., wb-ra cdlleir at itlila pffloe, ftlonday. s m m ROTATE, (Mr. and Mrs. Clollon woro "Fl;r,of n-a- r thoy .had . tliiulV-itrl- Morgp.Eito.wn, tio gutsls yijr-da- y daj-n- Thy li n a-.- proyDtlna; for eevrnl Cjltivcte and ore of Mr., and Mra. R. W. King. Rtjninanta Jfany big bargains in (1! Wool Gooda, Ginghams, etc., at Fain'. Jmit W&ht for echool ar. Miescs Emma nrrd HVrn'hOila Froy, of Louivill", arrlvod Wodnesday to bo fcho guists of .tho Misses Woernor. Tho Cheapest Place of Earth to buy all kinds of Seeds. The OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY CO. 29 tf Hartford, Ky. 3, and MoEsra. Peiier Shown, rout T. J. Smllih, city, wore ltloasant callers tut. Thy Republican office,' Wednesday. Typownltor isaper In all grads, typo writer ribbons and carbon paper for Bala all tho tlmo at Tho Republican office. 44tf. d .with wll J.lko,tihait countiry fine. pl'ad Tlie slinging echool that is halng canducttd at Marvins Chapel church Is inxgr erfng nicely, ami givat Intend? is fl"ing manifested in tb work. All day services ar laid each Sunday and dinner s mrd ion tlie ground. QaiVe a number of tho .Hartford 'people have attended the singing at dilfferint tlmus. ' Mr. R. B. Martin, chairman of tho Republican county committee, ruoeiv-e- il a. letter Thursday from the campaign headquartens at V I Fertilize! Your soil properly, and results will most surely be Loulsfvill", sta.'j.ng that arrangeminta luad teen made for Judgo E. C. O'Rea! iiopuuiican nomiiUM lor uovennior, vt spKXikat Hartford on Labor Day.Mon-da- y, satisfactorily. SSKSuS "$h c,ti;&jmrm&htti OUR GUARANTEE LabelReg. US.Pat.Of, 1 L. Mre. Alv.ln Rowq and Mrs. J. madu 'by Dr. H. J. Boll.uho has .b-Smfch, of Oerttentawn, retiurawd Tuesday from a brief visit to Owcns-bor- raoonltly IdJt Hartford for Louisville, wihero he is a'aoocto'jed ui'.ih a largvs splendid He Is doing firm. Mra. M. J. Wicatilierford will leave while ho 'has .booU for Biier (hcanq at McQuadyKy., work , and wijllrtjtha firm only a i w weekti he ha after a visit here .with Mr3.Amanda alijady received a nice lnoroaise In Phllli.ps. o. jy Siitinber 4. trirCs .in this city will be glad to am of tho good success .that u (Vh3 POOR SOIL GOOD can be made good. SOIL can be made better. BY THE LIBERAL USE OF KORRECT FIT STYLE PRICE AND WEAR Rov. Roglnlald B nnettand torothcr his ranry. V Horse Shoe Brand 0 u9D If (he ttpptt breaks throush Wore itwfnliols U worn through, we will repl.ee with m new pur. All Burroia; leather! cone under thk Guarantee. BURT & PACKARD CO., Makers, Brockton, Mass. ijSQLD BY. In order to close out our entire line of Men's Low Cut Shoes, we have placed on sale our best styles, our Burro Jap Patent Leather Shoes, regular $4 Shoes, at $3.19. Also a limited supply of the same Oxfords in last season's goods, $4 values for only $1.50. See them in our window and remember it pays to trade with a House that saves you money. 1 PHILLIPS HOTEL BATH HOUSE New Building of Narrows, (spent: .Tuesday nlgiht Uw gU'3sts of Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Moone. T. II. Balmaln, wiU ipcak to the far 1 m'ers at Bxizetown August 10 at o'clock and at FainvJow, August 11, at 1 o'clock. Mr. Travia WuaiMierford and family hajve ridtunnod to their honw at Phil-pa- t, Ky.,afitera vlalthoro tiba guests cl Mrs. Aananda iPhlUJps. M.itss Mamie Shawm, or Routa 3, has returned from Bowling GruJen, iflboro weeJs In sidhool, and sne EiPenA a Is now vlsitllng at Maaonvlle, Ky. Haie your doctor to loavo yourpna-soriptlon- is .with a store that has tfneeh no drags in every week, and uses other. at OHIO COUNTY DJIUG CO. Users of carbon paper should try the famous "Echo" carbon paper. Guaranteed the best papjr on the market. Sold by The Hartford Re44tf. publican. County Drug Co.4s flilUng Ohio "dally," iwrtUja toy all thb doctjors, and they ore pleased iwitii tho quality, eo al us pliso jou wMi ait the prica. fllry us. Arthur, Mr. and Mrs. W, W. Cami and ifoni-llof Qwiensboro, iwho ara rtituraiiig from a trip to Dawson Springs, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Euan and, family, routo 2. Mns. Marvin Thon hbtarry and sifter, Miss Maryi BenrJilt, have returned to their home at Owensboro, after boing the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dennett and atlier nelatlves ihere. J. F. Casebier & Co., Funeral tails. and Ernba!ni'ar3. All to, promUy and cariefuy attended day or night, Both tolophones. tif Bivw Dam, Ky. AKb-irCanden, living near Tay Mr. t lor Minos, lost a fiwo horse last Saturday. The luorse had bcun driven to Clnjar Itun by tlie eons vA ithat of Mr. Candfn and died y, throe-year-old Mr. Bywin Foster, cf the L. and N. cmgiiwrlng force with hadquar- tors at Hopkinsville, iwas h'ore Tuesday and Wtklncsday vls'.ting hispar-ont'Ho will lave tomorrow from Honklna.ille for Eastern, Kemtaick: work wnene ho will do some special ori a new railroad that is foctfng .by tJiiu L. and N. people. HIa headquarters will probably bijatOyn-thilan- a for somo time. our iWe wouidTTlke to publish, in Big Industrial Edition, llluiltraWLonB of If a mutriiber of our nlco ratsideno-js- . and you foel (proud of your home, would like the outside world to kntoiw thaii liihena are nice residences here, and at the same time aid U3 in showing Jldn'jford and Ohio county In the bust possible light, bring the photo-grajte- p of your home ito this ofitics, and .wib villi charge you only what the' lengraviEg cos's us, a very Email cost to you. A youns man named Bill B. n pure Animal Matter Fertilizers. investment in their highgrade Fertilizers You can double your earnings by a small Wheat Sowing Is your first preparation for living another year, We have our Fertilizer Warehouse crowded with the best Wheat grower in the world. We are prepared to furnish anybody or would be pleased to talk to any one interested in making a success in raising wheat. 'FVll.quUo Ul, ; - .. .'. Five Mineral Wells .. Shady Yard .. Largo, Cool Rooms. AND MMIFBN STEAM MINERAL BATH HOUSE Baths g8ven by Hot Springs Attendants. J. R. PHILLIPS, Proprietor. DAWSON SPRINGS, KY. rates: $7 to 10 per week. Hartford Republican. iFJUDAY, AUGL1ST 4. 50c BJs sized Matting Rusp, itho kind, 39c" at Fains'. JiuJge and Mis. R. R. Wadding wore visiting at Narrows and Dundeo this weak. & Give likens you want groceries HllnolsCentralRall,roa(i--Tlm- e Table. At Beaver Dam Ky. No. 182 due :05 a in. ?No.lKMUel2:2Sp.m. at Acton a call df tlio right 3fc priods. Nortli Houuil. Io.l02dna::48p.in. $2.00 Hon! ti Bound. "'too'.IiildiwUtMa. ni Ko. 101 ilne 2:48 p. ni So. 131 doe 8 (5 p. ID $1.19 One tot f ular 50c and at Fall's. See Fairs' Saturday, S:raw Hats, regN. Miss Effie ,Carnd and 'Mr. S. quality, now 29c PaMcrean, of McIIonry, wwiv? niarrkd at the store l' the Ohio Ooimty Drug $2.00 and $2.50 Ladies Qoimipaiiy, Wfidntsday atternoon. Rv. and Ch'JitCT Strjtonv3, cf Louisville, Oxfords for only $1.50 Friday Mi $1.00 offl-qiaij- as place.- W- July 25. Ed. R. Ashby has jjtov-ere- d from' his iwxavt illiwis nud is ablo to hi out. Elda Brawn. d familly, of Morgan-towaro hero (vjeiting tho f umlly of Fosttr McKiiumv. Ok!n CouB'fw TIpiu? Cn.. (Miont n f.nw t .. . w w- v 6u3Ellioit, of JloohJ'.?r,-Hli.m- t Miss Rv'. "W. C. Taylor, of Arlinelion, last week here witji her sister, Fairs' $2.00 wwl $2.50 lays last wwk in Louisville. Ky., wlio Is tho guait of friends hno V. Obotee of at Advoitlstlwe is like working a piiurn. Friday and Sa'rday a epleiiKM tferroon at Uie uncle, Mr. Ai B. Rowe UxfoMfl Wo9t Mks Rna Tichenor Is at $t.M)j Yclkaw abCXO koa risht ait It if BaixLlat Church, at Mie Sunday mornmany friends. ro Vi Jw hd oh our you're goltug to geit any butter. Ad- ing earvlccssj Tiho disccuiso ,wju an Point to visit her 91im Imrirn'"? r, O. 'righenttr, who lost his houiji ' vertise, in The RpputbuW and rsulUi able tffort and ei)j5)xd b the eownter. fc Md 'i by fire last wook, Is p'tvparlug to eivo 'J will omi mo. & ACTON. L1KBN Sik n, -- & Bring your Produce to Lllcon'B Pixf. D. .E Fogl, head of the deKy. Best prias partment elf niod'ern languages at 2tfl Fairs. paid. Getorgefccwini College4 ainrivwd yulai'Jenday to 'be the guoet for several days of Mrs, E. W. Cooper, who has 25c quality of Matting now 19c at 11 for some time, is thought his bnatto, Judse J. E. Foglo and Fairs' family. Mr. Fred Lake, Toffy; caled to &:a to lij bdttor. In another column of this dssuo of Rbv. J. W. iBnunor, who has b;on vm, Wednesday. tout ThiQ Ropubliicau will bo found the qulito ill for several days, 13 Mason's fruit Jara 53c and C5c a. lt bank stafcurnent of tihe JIoHenry little toprowjd. & Acton's. Lokuna Bank. It shows a spMndlJd conLikens & Acton will sell you best "Air summer Wash Fabrics at cost peitont flour, 24 lbs. for 05 tits or .two dition and Is a conunendalble and safe to close out, aft Fairs'. sateks for $1.25. atf l Institution fPt.1., mnnniMrl mrjl41iT f rf 4llA AflfTli. ,Tiv nvran Btttn. TOUtO 2, WW5 ft 'wwPlilllAps nctairoed yus 1 IX HO 'IMWkJtWJ.V iUUCIblUb Miss Bortbn pleasant caler Sfaiturdayi id Vxliist Chuich nit Jit torday afltoraioon from a sojourn at h;ld nicely. Svfvlws are Mr. Q. S. Likens le In NaeMHo, Bauson prlna. 'daiily at 3 ip. mi. and 8 p. in. Pnbtor Tuna, trarakcting busing. 'HAVE YOUR PHOTOGRAPHS iFORi ,by Rev. J. O. ' fTfcto mwtik a ladlesf good bleach- THE BIO INDUSTRIAL EaTHTOON' Elgin is halng assisted Smdtlhson, of Ow'eniMboro. only 5o each at Fairs'. ed V8t, TtAKHN ATT O.NOE. Mrs. C. M. Ferguson and ohlldnen, Olid iiiytiop Una In MWOWlZtfd fflae Infant child of ,Mr. James T. eon,, Her, arrived .TuesMJ1.V, of n?ar SuJphur Sinln, died Mtea Era, nadi kind, at Falra'. Silk, the gaiizy day to bo tho guests of Mr. R. T. Mr. K. C. Bywa, of FriudaiandJuiaB Tuuadeer, 'iruwntag. Her and Mr. J. C. Her and family. HAVE YOUR PHOTIOORARHS FOR Tihsy exjieat to visit in and around a aallw iSaturttay t this cttfico. EDITION thte city for about a moWh. (Phey areinthrwln(lHW at Falre' THE UIO INDUSTRIAL TAKEN AT ONCE. S2.00 and $3.50 Oxford? for S1.&0 iRov. Rxiglnald Bennett, of Narrows, For tho chokvat Staple and Fancy Ky., will preach at the Count Hot 13 Mr. teaac Fester, of Central Olty, Grocv-nUe- , fiftwb all tihe Kline, call Sunday morning and night, Aug. 13. Mmt fguattoy hero wl'.lh h!a ifAiully. on Ltkewe & Acton. 2t Pipeolal ilrogram of music will .beBlv- Ontaa twcJcial prloes HOW itt Ml' tnMr. H. S, Sanders, namg4 of tiho bn. Everybody 4nvltd to atitond. (JttitW at Fairs' CaU and gjt Fancy Parasols now at Acton, Hartford, From tiho crown of his head to his Sis toe, JDut 1101V lid's well, For tho Ohio Co. Drug Co. sell Drugs that make him !fe.d so. Razors, shaving mugs and eooij; Strops, and pure, J.'reah drugs, Not CLzpi AH tills and more, At the Ohio County Drug Store, fWMIe they i:H .there's hope. Education T!ie County Board of mot In regular stssJon. at tiho court Monday with the folloroi.ms housa EdaicatiSonial mebe.fi pmresient: No. 1, L. B. Tihoencr, Mart iford, routo 5, absent. JMft'Jsion No. 2, E. C. Reynolds. Division No. 3, M. S. Patfcrson, Olaton. Division No. 4, P L. Alford, White Ruit Division No. Dam. 5, Richard Plummer, Beaftler Division No. 6, J. L. Brown, Rock-por- t, and Supt. Henry Leach, Hartford. Company H. returned homo Mon-d-u- y inornCng at 5 o"cla:k from Camp Orell, where thiej- - had Jwmi on ithcir The annual tew days encampm'ent. as liav-ln- g boji all eximt-- .tthema-lw- a a good time and very little hard Fort work 11s was expnlemoed at Bond. HaraEOll at Indianapolis, alst fall. Our .bc.i all made good riecords on the rile range anid Caipt. DiqWesse. Lljcut. Shown and Sergt. Gray orw luopv on tile mngo oompoting for higlier honors In markmanship. Tlie Iconi- maittd rotusinkd homo under the cliargo of L'ut. Shown, Cai)t. DeWejse jlfcj EP Beaver Dam, Ky. MEWBMMMWBHBillllW. KIWI 4 BC3B A an Hot Shot Proposition FOR THIRTY' DAYS! Clip out the advertsement of any drug store in the city and bring it to James H. Williams' drug store. That advertisement and 73 cents will get the preparation offered at 83 cents; it and 37 package; it and 10 cents the lucents the cent package. Tho Talcum Powder offered for 15 cents we will sell you for 25cents and give you package FREE! a full 20-ce- nt 25-cent James August H. Williams, Hartford, Ky. I 2, 1911. nit tlie rango- - NOTICEl I a now lious Mrs. W. E. Ashby De-ixw- have moved my office to the frcm iier spoil of favors. Hon. A. B. Tichenor was bore drug store of J. H. Williams. is recovering Tues- ,- E.B. PENDLETON, M.D. Taken up by Sheriff haivo taken uip one red, brlndle 27, milk cow. Was taken up July 1911. Now 1il my possession at Boav-- r Dam, ICy. Ownsr ton have same I by paying lexponscs. T. H. BDAiCK, S. 0. C. ' By 3tf O. KEOWN, D. S. -' Hei-mo- aro-jgrossi- I a CENfERTOWN. day civ his iwoy to Louisville" as a del gato to the Farmer's piottog. Miss Anroie Bishop, of Wat Point, spent las ivteok hjre wlht her HlsUir, Mr. W. D. Luck. Faught & Snell have ibought C. T. Overton's stock of groewka ondantUt market. L. W. Tichenr haso sown seed for n large crop of turnips. Luck to you, brother. FREE! For two months, beginning July 5, I will give as a pre- 000000000000000000 i HEMBMBER That Hartford merchanta help pay your taxes and support your schools, churches, lodges, and charlt'es. Trndh) hero with those who help you. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 mium one years subscription to Tho Hartford Republican or The Hartford Herald, with each pair of $5.00 Gold Spectacles, guaranteed to wear permanently and fitted $. T R SLV9 Jfc UJI ,A 111 , The Reliable, Jeweler and Optllcau, lo 00 O.d , 0090000000000 Hartford, r - Kentucky. i. iiiiwxn NVi "m lull m ijjii. i !i Jtily Ctayt, Mm Tvl Oolas&tT' son ct Mr. mI Mm. Dwik Moods, " filrettH Cewt-- T. f. JMrthtl, 3te0Amtoe Bn D. Wnn, AttwWrs VT. P. MMMtt, W9 in Jtrcrr tMmer who expeots to ipHwt deported Uite Wj July 31t Clayton Au,wt of hAs own r.!s-te- g ee4 com aext Jailer; 8. 0. Barrow, Clerk; V. U ma on of Ikwra- - DbmIh mm. jioini- Attorney Law Muster CammUlwier; X. T. 'C1M, h tlwkl select K. dn tho flohUhbi mmL roaieotlva you-rt. He rwo? Trustee Jury KhwI; T. H. HJack, 8hr- caro . Ml and glvo it tho prapfcr HAATFORD, KY. a member of tho Dgttat eiwrch and j Iff, Ifurtford. Dfiutte-- 8. O. Xown wi Do vou realize it is better to be , a leader in praynr moo(i. Clyton during tho winter. Hroryono who Loi Bhtok. Court convn first Mon X variety with good f safe than sorry, that it is the best was 19 yearn and 2 nvoqtlw efcl at . Remedy to act growing a day In February ami eontlnuea thre Will praeUce bte nrofeeston In tils brexxHB weeks; third Mmtey In April, two week ami AtlJofadiBK eeuniteB. Comnwcfel Witml .It ehould set Buoh a policy to lock the stable door bctorc his death. Ho was a &tui!tw young Elf S GrSSfli 0311)1 iscond Monday in Jurw, tlire weeks? and OimiiMtl PmoHm k Specialty. '' buforo another yoar goes by. the hone is stolcnr n miickir oc- man having of Juls own oMortt tii. third Monday In Octobr two week. ' One.. Owe a productive varloty is Xound, Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy quired educaUon. Tbb day he was K, Wedding, Judge; County Court.-- K. Mtal should ho selected from one's cured Mrs. C. C. Gokey, of a stub13. SmIth,,At-torne19 ho received a firat-cl- a W. 8. Tinnloy, Clerk, oolrte JStoSS 0. E. BUITB own kid rather than buy seedifrom born case of heart disease, such as Ho loaves fathrcir, nvoDbeT, Hwo rtnttjrs tho diseased mora, Hartford. Court convenes' first 0. M. BlBitaTT Monday In each month. a dteiwioo, as the imported seod Is thousands are now suffering with. and ono brother and a boat of rola-- brnno resulting from BARNETT SMITH, Quarterly Quarterly Court Begins on likely to Jra not bo vreU ndniptod to Read what she says: tivo and friends to mourn the fourth Monday In February, May, homo-grow- n ' local conditions as tho "Before I began talclnjr Dr. Miles and November. Ausruat Air. Alien x&er, 01 unon, jsy., Head qnlckly. Court of Claims Convenes first Tub' Heart Remedy I had been wderlne eoed. In luuytag now seed, ilt Is safest T In ntoros the Sondes of who has boon vlsttlnig relt4ves day In January anu nrst xueeoay in from heart trouble for oyer fiya Tnato and Smell. Full size CO cts., nt Drng- - October. jBt it from a grower of reputation years. I had crown to weak that it Hartford and Beavor Dwmnotiurejd grists or by mnii. in liquid form, 75 cenU. Other County Officer C. S. MoxOey, HARTFORD, - KY. was Impossible for me to do thirty &e ixnr homo as possible. to his homo Saiurdny. Fordavlllc, Ky., It. 1 D. Uly Brothers, CO Vnrren Street, New York. Surveyor, minutes work in a whole day. 1 Will practice their profession In all th No. 2; JJcrnard Felix , Assessor, HartMost com growers solcct seod from suffered intense Dalnimmrielt Mrs. A. K. Jllll'or and Idausfcitcr ford, Ky., It. F. D. No. 3; Henry Leach, courts of Ohio and adjoining cot .. and under the left shoulder blade, I Una CTlb In Cbo spring; therefore 4t Superintendent, Dr. A. 11. ties and Hartford; Myrl, are pjwndlnstilils.wtokatPnLrjco-ton- k Court of AtTpeals. Sp- - tl atHliey, Coroner, Hartford. not possible to know anything is with iMra. Frud Taylor. tention given to all buslne Outrusted JUSTICES COUItTS. TTrtVQ. Aa about the conditions under which It to their care. Collections' ar.a th"o Prac.1WIVW.V1 .r4A T UiViMi vf a uai, w rn. m.l J Mi, v killUD 111.11 VAHt..m r?rMi I17nft breath again. 1 he least excitement B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday tice of Criminal and Ileal Estate Law grow, .Tho wholo plant, nmd not (tho would bring on the most distressing InE tWs milk With 3I1es Kitty IthoadS Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation ol & years after Snl Monday In March, Tuesday af- Specialties. Office' in .Republican build..,.. juu. T.it.. w ..u successful seed stowing behind tliem. It pays t palpitation. I had scarcely taken a ear, Is tho unit of soloction. Thoroa-jonabl- o ter 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday after miBo Ait,, , oiuiiuuS .. plant the best, Speclale- se of the Heart Remedy be3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after ing. Into way, then, is to go Seasonable Otis weelt iwlht her .brolatier. iMr. fore I could see a marked change in 3rd Monday In December. coming BBANS . JJ.JO Boshet O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afte my condition. I began to sleep tho fteld when tho com Is Earliest Red Valentine . Ulkens at Canyvllleo. 3rd Monday in March, Wednesday after well, htd a good appetite, and ImRelucee Extra Early i.i Bushel into maturity, and select good oars 3rd Monday in June, Wednesday after proved so rapidly that when 1 had Tho QuartorJy Confeixmco Trta ihWd Toil . Jt.ro tlushcl FRANK New Strineless Green 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday pa well developed stalks of tho same Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax J4.JO Bushel taken six bottles I was completely at Oils placo Saturday nnd Sundiy. after 3rd Monday In December. .. Bushel rfcivls New White Wax cured. stnllc Ehould Ibo of mematurity. John H. Miles, Ilockport, Friday after Bushel Currie's Rust Proof Wax . f Elder S. J. Thompson, of O,wonsboro, MRS. C C GOKEY, Northfield, Vt. 3rd Monday in March, Friday after vigorous, Pf3VS dium height, stocky nnd 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd Extra Early Alaska . . , .Kr. Bushel If you have any of the symptoms presiding. Monday In September, Friday after 3rd four feet from bearing tho oar about HARTFORD, - KY. Bushel New Early Grailus M) Mr. S. R.' and L. D. Fronloh and Monday In December. Mrs. Gokey mentions, it is your Horsford's Market Garden . jjo Bushel tho ground, with a. good Bhank that duty to protect yourself. C. Jackson, Centertown, J. Saturday Will practice his profession in Ohla Buckbee's Lightning Express J5.00 Bushel Mre. Altha Siniooncnt, of BaslvlJW, 3rd Monday In March, Saturday af and adjoining counties n full jrlvee tho oar Just enough drop to i.iiiu-- . and in the Court Taylor Seeds, PlantsRutlih. Tnm.in andcrowing line ot after visited relatives hero and prices. ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday after 01 Appeals. and Bulbs at lowest Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy. Criminal practice and CoN protect it ifrom tho rain. Select two 3rd Monday In September, Saturday afSun-Jay- . Send for complete catalogue or submit a list of Minto Saturday and lections a Spoclalty. Office in the Herter 3rd Monday In December. your requirements and will quole prices. or three stalks in a hill, according as is what you need. If the first botM. C. Cook, Ronfrow, Tuseday Prof. C. C. Ju6tlco who Is presiBuy aircci irom inc etowct-aa- vc ald building. luncy Zsd Monday In February, Tuesday after expect to grow tjwp or ithneo In a tle fails to benefit, your money is Write today. Mention this paper. 70U dent of tho schol at Ha Cantor, Ky., 2nd Monday in May, Tuesday arterafter 3rd good with ono returned. Ask your druggist. 1111. An ear ithat is Monday In August, Tuesday (after 2nd is at homo this iwocik. Monday In November. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. stalk 4n tha Mil might have been part ., Thomas Sander Rev. Bunch SWrfds lefi Sunday fori JaaBuckbctSt., Rsctford Sera Ftms. HKkfrd.tt nnmio. vct-- .i YAMCYL.MOSLEY, In compcsMtion with other 6talks in wKf.&a-'?M?ld,a.y l February. wheTeywo will hold a series of Olotan 8P ieaiu juonciay in May. iV Mil. See that there are no nubtho Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August Vat meetlnsa. Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Novem- bin or barren stalks close (to Ithe semIsj JIary Hudson, of Nashville, lected plants, as they are generally R. M. and Thomas Gwynn attended th visiting .uiss iiiiia iMoivjui.uuy- HARTFORD, - KY. ,Cr xt" a,IllesI Fordsville, Thursday after n February. Thursday after selected Rod (Men's picnlc in Crotrovoll Saturfrom weak Bood, and tho $ Will practice his profession In all tha Itw. A. B. Gardner left Alondayto ??h xM,niday. w. Way Thursday after jt will have been cross fertilized day. 2n?i M0nHay !n 6UBUBt' Thursday Fair-vioafter Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, In November. Jlisa Stella Ezoll wnt to Kenfrqw hold a series Df moaflngs ott and In the Appeals. W. H. & J. F.GILLESPIE by thorn. Mark tho cars selected by Ky., this birth place of Jefferp"n.,.na!pht Friday after 2nd tary Public Court ofover First Also NoOffice National tying a fag to thorn, and allow hem Saturday. ft Bank. Proprietors sMrs. J. F. Hoclaon, of Bovler, was son Davis. to mature thoroughly. Gather as soo ilrs. Claude Jlyors, of Renidor,spent as mature, husk and hang up in a hero Saturday and Sunday the. guest a frjw days mlth hor sister, Mrs. R. HARTFOnD POLICE COURT. daughter Mrs. where of her son, Frank and dry, well .ventilated plaoa CHAS. M. CIIOWB M. Tiohenor,! haro., ,W. J. ilenxr. LACKSMITHING C. M. Crowe, Judge; Q. u. Likens.Clty JOHN D. WILSON Sa there will bo no injury iby mice. A ney. court fUhe Misses Greor, of Indianapolis, SimMiss Ehtel Robinson went to Cinr?,enUl?dTMoT?l5ay.,n eac nionth. very good way to hang corn Is to & aro visiting 3Ir. O. P. Bruflton and WMJiams, Mayor; & mnclI"7?.' string it up so that the ears do mons Sunday. x?01"08' CleTkX s- - K- - Coi. Treas- S.?' family this week. not touch each other, very much as Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hughes, of CeniMlsses Ella and Fanm'io Jwixr-c-e P6n AND REPAIR WORK boyB Ihang up Gholr popcorn. Select tral City were hero Sunday the euoat HARTFORD, - KY. aro vasranig roiauves at tspiaiinous and many ears as will of Mrs. Hugfcies parents, Mr. at least twice as this week. Mrs. L. T. Millard. Will practice their profession In all -- bo needed for Iseed since many will the courts of Ohio and adjoining counairs. J. L. Tate, of Rockport, was Miss Many Ashley, of Owenaboro, KELIGIOU3 SERVICEa nave to Ibo dlscardul as not coming is visiting hto family of C. 31. TfoJilohone Sunday tote guest of relatives. ties, and In the Court of Appeals. up to tho desired type. These ipolnts eKvCn?nh"rC1i.UJ,h-.- Se Prtar Special y1 'Messrs Tom Downey and Chas G.acV nor. criminal cannot be determined in tho field. day in month.-SundaSfiS,lT practice attention given to Otffoo on Quito a number of our young ico- a. m. eoh Sunday. Prayer meeting every Wednesand to collections. In tho spring before planting time dls wero in Hartford day evening. Rev. Virgil Klein Pastor D,oaver ' P13 Wt Monday to Camp on Mr. Geo. Mr. Frank Hess was In Main St, opposite Court House, every laptist church-Servi- ces moke a germination tost of every Suny sqwoers pinco on. ureoa Dam yesterday. ar, and discard all weak ones. Miss Myra Flonpr apont a fowdaj's (Mr. S. O. Keown, qf Beaver Dam, 60 of tho finest and strongest R6r "Sf rCedr; with relatives and friends In Hartford and and Mr. Chas. Miller, of Select, rwere ears and shell them together last week. plant them in a sieed block an a. place hero yo34erday. P- - m- - EIder w- - B- Mr. J. C. Bennett, of Hartford, lwas Wright pastor. ibo least U on 4he farm where they will Cardui Worked Wonders. hero today. o(KPCn.,ircnServ,ces first Sunday in exposed to your neighbor's corn- - The Ohio County month at 11 a. m. and 7 p m Jett, MoMlnnvdllo, Tonnw Mrs. Oclo Miss Willie Harris (went to Beaver Sunday Scool 9:45. select the next Ivor's seed from this HARTFORD, KY. . of this place, says: "I don't believe block asirectod'Tor selccThiig Jn ihe Dam itoday.. SECRET SOCIETIES. 1 would be living If It hadn't All Matters Given Prompt AttenPoter Burton and Bawiey Warner field Plant each yicar a sewl block Hartford Lodge No. 675. F. tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A meets first and third Monday & A. M by using the beet 50 oars. This pro- are very low iwltli typhoid flever at been for Cardul. After treating me each month. Owen Hunter, W. M". In SPECIALTY. twenty soven days, my doctor advisyield this writing. U cedure will iir.provo the tho P. Foreman Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. M Miss Chirfstee Balmain, of Mogon-tawj- i, ed an operation, but I would not conand quality of your oann. SeehtS ev?ry in,rd Saturday rTlgnt Js tlio goicst of her cousin IMiss sent Instead, I took Cardul, and nav In Por further iiuormation address OTTO 0. MARTIN S. P. McKENNfcY I am doing my work oven the wash Josalo BakW at this writing. Tlnsley, Secretary. tV GEORGE ROBERTS, Hartford Chapter No. w. o. E. S iLet us all shout hurrah for O'Rear, ing. Cardul worked wondera dn my Agronomist Kentucky Agricultural Monday even! case. I am In better health han for MeCALL PATTERNSpctltct fit, sUnplWhr'tiid m MC0Sd anaAf0U"h etc., nest November. Anderson, W. M. Miss tw',1. ,,i8, Secretary. Experiment Station style, Cclckutnl idiiVirtty nMrr 41 years. Sold In n&rly flvo years." Cardul Is a strengthenCTcry city ani t.'vn Ib the United SUtot and T?.?,Vsh IUvep. LodEe No- - 110' Knights of meets every Tuesday night. ing tonia for women. It relieves pain iDrap by drop the off ensive discharge Canals, ar by man direct. Mors sold Ugn c" J- - Ney Fster' K aj ether make. Scad Ur free cataloJBe. or r! Iap.pan' Ky. caused by Nasal Catarrh falls from tones up tho nerves, hirilds strength McCALIS MAGAZINE FOR FLETCHER'S Hartford Tent No. 89, K. O. T. M. Afore svbstnbers than anT other fashion tho 'back of the nose into the throat, You aoed Cardul. Try It every first and third Thursday snagailnc million a moth. Inyaloable. Sat. "Jt? R. setting up an inflamation that Is est styles, patterns, dressmaking-- , millinery, Foreman, D. Walker, Commander; L. P. Record Keeper. A Hair Splitting Joke. lain scwHig, fancy needlework, halrdrcssijig, likiely to mean Chronic Bronchitis. Sunshine Hive No. 42; L, o. T M etiquette, good stories, etc. Only CO c.cris a MANDA. meets every first and third Friday night Ono df tho latest stories of .SecreLife, Accident, SicK year (woriu aouDie), including a iretvpanom. Tho most satisfactory remedy for Cabubscribe today, or send for sample copy. to each month. Mrs, Attyo Grlfrin.Lidy July. 23. lloaltih dn this vicinity is tarrh Is Ely's Cream BaUn, jnls'.t Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady and the tary Knox tells of his adcanlt. WONDEHFUL and Fire. INDUCEMENTS. Record Keeper. very good at present to Agents. FosUl brings premium catalogue relief that follows wen, tho first ap- to a play, where ho sat albout half Carpenters nnd Joiners local No. 1881. and new cash prize offers. Address Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Rains vJalt-- d plication cannot bo told way back In the audience. In the SSSl" rI1 Saturday n'eht in each month WILL ALSO BOND YOU. in words. S Mrs. Catherine Liks, of Renlfrow, "' W' P Luc' Sec' man tHE McCAIL C0 33S t 218 W. 37tb SU. HEW YOU Treis. Don't suffer a day longer from the front row fat a ..,. JSjmdoy. Acme Lodare No. XB. T. o r & discomfort of Nasal Catarrh. Cream whoso polished orb cast a reftodtlon. second and fourth Friday night In Mr. J. R. Ilor. of McIIenry, visit- Balm is sold by nil druglsts for 50 Uk'o on ivory ball in the fortlllantly ed his paivnts and ehlxlren Saturday conits, or mailed by Ely lighted thoater. IHs companion, was GG HAVE YOUR SUITS Bios., and Sunday. Men, meets second and fourth Wednesa tall lady with a wealth of 'hair, Warren Street, New, York day nbrht ki aach month Mrs. Bon Amos andchlld- Mr. and " waved and puffed a coiffure, of E Pate' ChUf RVcbrdl?01'1" visited Ten, Roswell and Justice, proportions. SELECT. .,"atfor', Carapm'tr - "" No- - 2 Csn-- 1 Mr. Amos' brotihur, Mr. Go&tlo Amios Someone slyly quoted tho hibllcal w! C. Wnacer' ThomMWaMiCIrlt7 Sdv?rnl from this plaxro attended tho Saturday night and Sunday. shall aphorism "To Mm tliat hath Preston Moit'on Post No. '4, Q. pic-nat Cromwell Sat- bo given and from Mm tlhat .(Jhath Succeed when everything else falls. Messrs. iLawrucce Gary and Clar-no- a Red Men's holds raguiar mesUngs Saturday A. R.. Dyebsfbri In nervous prostration and female urday. All report a nice time. montn.w Ash- Allen called at Mr. 0. B. Rains' nlwtuy ovta?, that rXi Mills. Commnml.ix T nr "-- ". not than bo taken weaknesses they are the supreme ing T. C. Hosy who has been " ' mlth Adjt. Sunday atternoon. remedy, as thousands have testified, ho hath." which the Sttoimtary jusistfcd a survey raity on Uie Ohio River has Ladies Mr. and Mre. G. W. Taylor, of Rob jalco." was "a FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND A. S. of E. Roy nnjlghborhood, vitittd relatives returned home. of Presently Eomtaane uat ibaolc STOMACH TROUBLE National Officers: Miss Ira Cummins, of Olaton, visit is the best medioJhe ever sold Presldent-night and at Uiis place Saturday F. Sharp, Narrows, Ky. the consplclous ccupla aroso.to go Vlco I'resldent-- J. M. Woods. ited friends htiro last ,wttek. over a druggist's counter. Sunday. o&cretarv-TrenRurr- n out Although the raws wierw' 0I030 it ' irtaMH. t " Midames J. O'Ban.ncn and R. togeWitT, yot ho safely dlanapplls, lnd ""'"r' Hh'o Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Stewart visited passed, aiuio uiiicirs: E. Duke, c( Hartford, visited th.iir Jvlotlwe at Blaotcwn Sunday. man, but alack and alas H' m' Fr011"1", Carroll county, Pres. Work parcnte, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. StewMrs. J. C. Ieaeli visited Mr. and iho promoting psyclw knot of tho P Id jParrctt Hnderson county Vlco " S. 13. Robertson. Mcl.1.111 mm,.. o v.this place next sicond Sunday Rev. art Saturday night and Sunday. lady was kti'uck amldshlp amlHurn-e- d Trcas. " "cDelmer Stowart, assistant cashier of Bald Knob tuighborhood Saturday Club $1.00 awry, and all niiiconsolous, Ja tho Warre" C0Unty State O?ganlzenl00mer, Cromwell Bank was at home Satur BOCKBBB'S SECBS SUCCESS t snd Sunday. glory of Ivor mannfActurod liwir, she t.. C. Allen, Henry county, and Lat- -' day itfgbl and Sunday SPECIAL OFFER: fiovorol from hero attended the Pow tlo Graves, Allen county, Assistant state with the oluatiur puffs potatlng rMJo U fcalM N MotUeM. A trial wUl' J. J. Stewart and ifamlly attcndiod sat Bl&kA vou our nArmanftnt ntflmnp. Wow at Cromwell Satuiay. All I nontlujast'. directly Hoard of Directors. Ben Wntsoii. War- Hartford Pressing Blilb, church at Groeni Rlvor Sunday. ..-- , uu.i.j, . u.Ilrackpn a nice time. ijuniuii, unio coun- Tho comudlan on tho mtaga jtiouht 11 tha flnett l Tarsia. T snUtwlM t iiu fWai aH. rnuntv It A. Iff Hay. II. Jrooks. A series of meetings wil begin at J. W. Keown, of Central City, wtas has Jokes foil not upon barren ground mem i Ilardln couniv. nmi l i.' jrPf 'uwinaf MiM-TEimjf BAAi Y. M. C. A. HLTJO sm ' In town a ftnr daya last week on. ibus- Mulilenbertr couhty, UUHAnit0 TO PLK1HE. thlB plao nsxt soccond Sunday. Rev. as ho listed to iripUis of langhtier in Ohio County Officers: Write todyi Mentha tms Psptr. llKt'6. HARTFORD, KY. a U Stevens, Prea., Beaver Dam.Ky. Ejaibry, astor. later, tho audlenoo, and not until Henry l'lrtlo, Bee. Uarord, Ky. AAMAAAAAAAAMMrVWVVWSrV Mr, and Mra Charley Mason, of when D. Ford, Treas.. Uurtford. Ky. the luoioho knot, with a dox- SEND 10 CENTS Grayson dourly, vteltod the foanlMes RENDER. llaMnrimUMuJixckhif uuttxaintklaTtiaai) COUNT UOARD OV EDUCATION. kukwo x BM imImM, tcnDM mltk ni U, of W. C. Artmcklo and C. W. Ran-iw- y BwUIW ktU u4 Plant Bik. Henry Leach, Chairman. Hartford.Ky. July 25. 'Mr, Rhoa Annstroag, of vuliMl ot fiMdL nuii. ate. uuitubittlkt UWHMuriiurri i 4t fiw daya last wtxik. 1. L. B. Tlulicnor, Hartford, U UI.B...IL.- . l D, Uoltehflold, iwos hero lost lodnmlay. n. w. hmw, lO, D. ySHBtiCSJZL. l Duputy Slierlfif W. C. Eanp, of e, 2. K. C, Hurtford, neyholds, Ky. Miss Renio Hunter.of Cronwll,iwas was In torwm oaw day last wook. 1 M, S. I'attuison, Olaton. Ky. bx& laiit WWiK'suoj' tlio gueat of 8. Itlchard JMumer, Taylor Mines. Uka Maude Millard. 6. J. L. Brown, ltockport. Ky. Change of Heart. Draughon gives contracts, backed by chain of 30 Colleges, $300,000.0 Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Smith wont to capital, and 19 years' success, to secure positions under reasonable con Contml Olty'last WJjdaniMlay. Soviorvllle, Tonn. "I novor did Mr. J. AV. Baker wont ito Elkiton, patent medicines," writes ditiona or refund tuition. in rau8non8 competitors, by not accepting POSITIONS' Mrs. Martha Hown, of this place, 'unlast Timrada'. U nie proposition, concede that he teaches more eApMffOZ Mla3 Nonnto Millard loft for Bast til I took Cardul, and it cured me. WLEWFUL than they do in six. Draughon can con- Bookkeeping in three months St. Louis, 111, kwt ThunsOay for a For six months, I could not do anycgr&yoA vince you. ft cNusiMiiy- 10 daya of two wsoks visit. thing. Now I do all my liousowork, A "MT 75 ner cent of tho United States Court "Renort- TjTJI B.r- . Private JIariou Wormr, of Co. II. and It don't, tiro mo. SJ ers write the system of Shorthand Draughon Doctoral failed, .8rd RMfjImtct of 1C N. G. loft last but Cardul saved my lifo." Tho bene- teaches, because they know it k THE BEST. .3fSSMesS?far?c7esvrL , 'RnAont Thuralny for Valley Station, whoqo fit from taking Cardul is not confinFor FPEE CATALOGUE Vmd booklet "Why Learn Telegraphy?"-whictiio Militia aro on oiicaJiumKuit. ed to ono part of tho body. Cardul explain all, call on or write, JOHN P. DRAUGHON, President. . Mr. 0. P. Miller, of lkver Dam; Improves tho wholo womauly system. ZZ&rA DRAUGHOiTS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE, Iiuis-.Vlll,aiijl Mr. M. M. Bnrdwell, of It helps headache, ibackocho, falling toe ' " , rjeoroaATKi ' "vore ibejv( Erldoy ,', fwllpgs, and, femal , weakness. Try mf'WiW(W&' C& "V, ociri3iSQll!Vand1 It." It will help you. price jl." 'ulis " ' EVANSVILLE,, ADUCAH, NASHVILLE, ST. LOUIS. SPRINGFIELD, MEMPHIS, i Messrs. J. W. und Matins and Carfng for Swd Corn. BEATER DAM. temwi ! tarn U Vr "I Suffered Intense Pains in My Left -Mr. .ji? m!Mnml"!! ni"''" tttoiil 4b hmA, ,tsm Adjwtr PXHrXMXOXJLIt, JttJ r-H- Otto C. Martin at x. Side." lr s Reliable TARRH Pb&rH VM-tety- 1X3 th-loa- tlhl Bciiiy rtVuil lift rriiirD frail a y, it Attokneys at Law, SEEDS U-7- halt-bottl- "wo -- 10 .... Attorney at Law, L.FELIX, Js-j- I r H. W. BUCKBEE f "'GILLESPIE BROS. w, Attorney at Law K?y gas; s$FShjis& M' 6 WILSON CROWE 4tr'WP.Moor' LAWYERS im-na- Horseshoeing a Specialty. Jk Se-Je- ct n$ ?vePr Hartford, - Ky. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public to-da- IN -- tt Martin & McKenHey Hartford, Child ron Cry?' CASTO Rl A D-2- 0. General Insurance Cleaned I Pressed lc hair-splittin- g bold-'bead- ed -- Repairing and neatly done. work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. called for and delivered. per rate month. Electric Bitters SEEDS' '".en - M. t,. I w Ro-sin- Good Positions warn bo-lio- vo R ft fl If If PI? PIN ft DlUIVilCLJTlii CUftDTU OllUlt I llxr p, j "IK"'" l,ty '2 m iarTtfim r ,0"' &'", A -- u- -- Jl waawsaBBagaTXHWi mm ".i m, I 'Si. "UBBss" '". W"" T" For Sale Jelly Exrmt Tells How Ms Cruk efr e a beautifully before you put t a (the jvtoe. sugar Three methods of addasg re la use nbaa the Juice la placed as the fire, wJin it Is newly finished boiling, and midway botween. Tho lattor Umo Is undoubtedly the bast. dtomemhorl Good Jellies cannot bo made from all Juices toy rulo o" thumb. Jelly making as practiced in itho home la an art. it consists of so controlling conditions by moans of sugar and acid, and hy ibolUng, as to cause tho pectin to "set"in a conUnuous mass throughout the volume allotted to it-- UU f col- i t jtfpmiK WANTEDS RIDER AGENT - IliPSf) i ored, traoeiaiirent, palatable product obtained bo bf fereWing fruit Jirtoe model. . XrttWur rT(Htwvrerfrt wwrch Ail free tenors. I thai tee ivMltlng mass will quiver, Mrtee, how to obuun IfttUmta. Irauo RUiTlULl fna emnteMa, eteu in all eoUNiam. I Its not flow, when ranorod from gtuhrtf Hrrel rsKh WatkUgton sates itmr, money ana ojien mejvieni, mold; a product with, toxturo bo ten60 Acres of the finest Rough rlrei Meat and litfriftffflfit Practice txclmtvetr. der hat dt cats easily with a spoon, Wrlto or coma to ua at bottom land located three miles west HI Mats, Street, tfv. Uattea states rataat OaU.,1 and yet a Clnn that tho angles thus WASHINGTON, P. C. ot Hartford. About 20 acres In cultl-ratio- produood oloar retain. lUuIr Bhpo; Good dwelling and out buildproduct that Is neither syrupy, gumings. A bargain for $1,250. ' 1 my, sttoky or tough; noithor is It brlttlo, and rot It will brook with a "Ws h&YO 4C9 acres of flae bottom which cleavage distinct bvjMitlful land fctwn one and a half to two leaves spafrknng characteristic faces. mlle of Hartford, part of It wit That Is Oho way Nora E. Goldth-wait- c, timber. Alao about 75 acres of uplit. O., of tho duparLmoret of Soomod to Give Him a Now 60 YEARS Stomach. land belonging to the soma tract household Bctonco of tho Unlroralty EXPERIENCE "I suffered intensely after eating Terms easy. ioliy In a and no medicine or tnoaitmont I tried of Illinois, described sood pamphlet laaaod uodor tho unlror-sity- 's soarood to do any gobd,"' (writes II. story lsmme A now ceo and one-hadlrecUoss. T3um she gous on to M. Vaungpoters, Editor of Tho Bun, aaaaa V -- fW M Bt building with fire rooms and large toll how to kaJcq that kind of JolLio View, Ohio. 'The tftast few recptleon hall, built out of tho best ly. BBBBL.BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa deals of Qhaimbcrlalnls Stomach and 'MLssssssssssssssssssslaT Thaoe Marks Situated on Clay selected material. DCBtQNS It a rery iulcy fruit, such as cur- Liver Tablets gave mo surprising if Copyrights Ac and Fredrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. rants, to Itwlng raspberries, otc., amd tho second Ibotttl seemed to Anvnaa asaaliuj a sketch and detcrtpUon Lot 60x205 feet. Fine well ot soft used, iplaco tho clean fruit in anon-omoltnlckly Hcortaln pur opinion free whetherbut an givo mo a now stomach and perfectlprobably patentabln. Conimunlea. Inrenilon la water. All necessary out buildings. add Just y- good health." For sale Iby all drugproseuvlng' kettle, tiafiuuituiv on Patents tlons strictly confldenti for.erurintfn aanttre Oldest Terms reasonable. burning gists. Patents taken throuih Munn & Co. recelre enough .water to preromt n mttlal fioiics.wlthout cnanre, in ma (about ono cup to four or five quarts Do3 Moines ,woman dwelling A well known Good nlna room two story of fruit), cover and (placo whoTe fruit two in Centertown, Ky., has good cis- will cook rattier slowly, stirring oc- after suffering miserably for A handsomely illustrated weekly. Treest elr. jwUtlnn of anr scsenllna lournaJ. Terms. S3 a days from bowel complaint, whs curtern, good cellar, never falling iwoll casionally with wooden or years four months, SL Sold brail newsdealers. silver ed toy one doao of ahamborlaln'sCol IUNHC0 38r,ha,,.NewYDrk of water, good stable and other out spoon. aaea Office, OB F BL, WMbtouton. D. a Br buildings, one acre lot of ground. A lc, Cholera and Dlarthoea Remedy. AVhon simmering paint Is reached, im erplendld location for family residence d wooden For Bale by all druggists. crush fruit with and hotel. Price and terms reason- masher, beating UU then contlnuo Falls Victim to Thlovos. S. V. nends, of Coal City, Ala., has Subscribe for The Republican able. Apply to whole mass is cooked through. Hang BARNETrf & FOSTER, Agents, In cheesecloth ibag over an oarthon-war- e a justlflbio grievance. Two thlovos Hartford, Ky. $1.00 per year. This stole Ills heialUi for twelve years. The or enameled iryoeptaclc. Juloo is extraction 1. Do not squeeze were a liver and kidney trouble. Then the pulp for a second quality of jelly Dr. King's New Life Pills throttled as usually directed, but put tho pulp them. He's well now. Unrivaled for POSITIONS GUARANTEED Into the preserving kettle again, cover oonstlpaUom, Malaria, HdadaahcJDys-papsi- a. an 23c at all druggists. with water, stir till thoroughly mix will GUARANTEE you a position lr you ed, cover, .bring to a iboll slowly and I us real soon. We need many more Farm For Sale. at onco to supply the enormous demand drain again. This Is extraction a. for our graduates. As soon as we got tbo required FJCty ono acres of improved farm number of etudonts this offer will bo withdrawn. So If the Juice Is to "bo extractod from land, thirty acres of which are perwrite at onco for particulars. less juicy fruit, such a3 apptes.quln-oe- s, fectly level and twenty acres of orig disotc., then wash the fruit, s? f young inal tract are an a trine, card any unsound portions, cut into meadow. small pieces, skins and seeds Includnicely Goad four room dwelling, ed, cover .with water, and proceed as Guilt and finished on inside and well BUSINESS COrjLEGE In casa of mare Juicy fruits. XMOoBroaaxao painted. rood. Nice OKO. WV SCHWARTZ 'A jelly tost, one used by many, is Faumi situated location from HartrmHoirAit rOTJISVir.l7E. KY KSTABLIBnED 1804 four in'les from boiling mass that point at which tho ford, on the Hartford and Owensboro "jells," sheets off, or breaks off, as dron Road. .1 nnrtlon of it la allowed to '1llfi1!!Ji9?'.' from the stirring epoon. Oftis is a Can give Immediate possession If) purchaser waaty to buy crop. ride andexhibit nuickor. and therefore a much ibefc good wells, and good orchard ample .uacesi moac, "iuiiKi-- i dicixic luraunca ur us. uur auciiii bihwiimbw j4)t..lter test than allowing a portion Of fHo oakine money fast WriU?crMtarticulariandtpttialfftratonct. NO HOHEX nCQIUUKU until you rewive and approve of your bicycle. SVtihl - two years old. Short distance from 11m to anyone, anywhere rin the U.S. without a ctntJttoi!tmivzMt,prttayritrhl, an the mass. ..to COOl Oft to SOO mnetn- church and Bchaolhouse. Price exounnjiMiicn ume rxvxc you or nuc wvkm put it to any test yoi wish. Ifxuiiii. then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish I ST or noi It J oils. are va&you will Wn Uie bicycle ship it back to us at our expense enne bicyclesnet tt cut onectntt male Insufficient sugar makes tho Jelly tremely low. Terms, one half cash it is possible to mmivMt nnlftpA We furntth the httrhr'tt For rAulUHI rtllbCa at one small profit above actual factory cost. You save ft ough opaque and unpalatable. While and balanco on easy terms. to $is middlemen's profits by buyins direct of us and have the manufacturer's truai information call on BUCC UC11U1U JUUr U.)bIC. UU1 . and learn our unheard ot actor, VUilUlcatalogues UKyklCVI 4 1UII VI lUHII.ui.'Vrn jn the oUier side too much sugar furttW at any prkt until you receive our HARNETT & FOSTER, trius and rtmarkatU tfecial offers to rltler agents. the jeUy ibacomes soft and more like SBbf Hartford, Ky. "superb models at "he wondtrfut, WILL DE ASTONISHED YOU udy our Real Estate! i viui iAjuy Each el the ehiet Kns o( the body 141 C i link in the Outs j Life. A chain u so Li stronger tlian it weakest link, the bof no stronger than tit weakest organ. If tlicro Is weakness of stomach, liver or lungs, (here I A weok link in the chain of life which may snap at anytime. Often this "weakness" is causod by lack of nutrition, the result of weakness or disease of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. Diseases asJ weaknesses of the stomach and Its allied organs are cured by the use of DtV Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. When the weak or diseased stomach cured, diseases of other organs which seem remote from the stomach but wblehv have their origin in a diseased condition of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition, ore cured also. f jumw The atroni man lias a atronfi stomach. Taho tho abovo recommended "Dlscov cry" and you mar Itavo a atroni atom' ach and a atroni body. Given Away. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, new revised Edition, is tent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cestamps for tho vold book in paper covers, or 31 stamps for the ume. Address Dr. it. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. cloth-boun- d H&Z lf '7MMT re-l&- id scientific flmsncntn A single SPEED is Straight-lin- e, key-for-every-character motion is quicker to makes well-soake- than two. needed to make any character desired on Only one motion the-complete- , WE keyboard of the easy action light running. racial rs7'i n Model 0 1 Write (oi inioimalion to The Smith Premier' Typewriter Company, Inc; JAR ST. L0UIS.M0. SKkksaalllHlElaallllllHjsaaaaallllB'" i t We are satisfied with i.oo profit above factory col Currents and partially ripened gTOPO than any other factory. BIUYCUIDEAI.KltS, you can sell our bicycles under your own name plate t ' yield Juice SO. Well adapted tkS I I .B r?rtnhli inr nrfca. Orders filled the dav received. . . . aaaaaVI aaaW I 1MOXCLES., We do not rejrularlyTiindle second liand bicycles, bt bBCOND ,.n 1,,. , HAND nn l.in.l t,V,n In rni1 hv nnr CMritrn rela stares. These We clear 01 maKIlUr tuat tUvlY USUailV neCCl a 1IU- ,r,N..HwpTomptly at prices rangin? Irorn 83 to 8H or SIO. Descriptive bartrain lists mailed free. the OHO CUP of JUlte to slnclo wheels. Imported roller chnins and pedals, parts, repairs an portion d, DDRirrC ASItK-DHHn.tequipment of all kinds at half tht usual rttaii nctt. amount of sugar. .Three-fourth- s thick Syrup, ... a 4ll.., "' i :J' from ,w nvhlnli mn.li U'ninir Trumf lw '"" added such as sour apples, crab apples, cranberries, etc., The proportion of sugar to Juice lr out. SixtwJtbousand pairs sold last year. upon the amount ot rpocUn i depends ea ttiousana pairs now iu use. Over two huuar I In tho juices to be used. Pectin Is m,i ...riiint tho gelatinizing substance which makes . ..&t A..oiT...iP wliirh never hecomeS ... .... H.BUWUll VU.-- .7 v. mhhr.. ..i porous aruiwnich closes up smau punctures wnooui Notloe tho thick rubber trea those juices "Jell, and which Is a InK the alrto escdoe. We have hundreds of letters from satl v "II A" and puncture strips BtScustomersstartngthatthelrtiresliaveonlybeeupumped and "D," also rim strip "II substance akin to starch chemical- u oaCe or twice in a whole season. They weijjK rlo more than to prevent rlrn catting, in ' . z. ti..minrfiirereLtlnimunlitiesbeinireiven tinn.ir. tire will outlast nny, othf 'i bvieverill layeis of thin, specially prepared fabric on the S?b;,!5?.?Xr-KLA:''fI"u I Good Jelly making juces are also Is .$o tread. The regular price of these tires special per pair. but for . . .. 44sVIA ItUlltUI (1 .dvrtlslnKptseawearemnWlnKa actoy price to ; ocuicionx in aciu may acidic ' be .hcdpou by adding a HtUe acid of approval. You dotiot pay a centuntn you have examined and found tlrera strictly as representM (taiitarlc or citric) risk I CASH WITH OltDEH and enclose this advertisement. You run no they ar , vegetable orgln UndiDi! us ou order as the tires may be returned at OUK expense If for any reason to to the Juice Just enough acid not satisfactory on examination. We ore, penecliy renamethat they will ride us is as aaie oa in ,. ,nrder a oalr of these tires, you will find ana money sent ro easier, run faste make the juice taste as good tart any price, V or seen at you wear better, last longer atid loot finer lhan any tireyou have aever usedyou will give as your orde rtmlar retail trice ot time tires is i?47 ier tair. but to tnfoduct we utll sellyouasanpiepatrror.aufusnsuiiurutrjj, M9 HORETROUBLE FROM PICTURES NAILS, Tacks or Glass will not let tbo TJir 8 50 HESGET1MN SELF- - ?amo if P0MCTBRE-PR0O- F A SAMPLE to imnaouce, only PAIR 4" a cup of sugar to ono cup of juice fclklU 3 l?l?l?l?l?allff?1(fi?f?1ll?1?95 1? X i I d lAOIl. vv i.w..-i- . h!arkSKi-rlA- and for iulces SEND YOUR BOY TO m ? -- MATHENEY & BATTS H 0 I .. , 1? Vanderbilt Training School 3 H H H H fc ... know that you will be so well pt:ased that when this want bicycle offer. remarkable tire hence wcwauiyou rTAi-A less proportion of sugar Is neces ranvklndltanvcrice until tou send for a pair. tires, on approval and triali sary HedMthorn Puncture-Proo- f YOU NEEU for fruit of the Bocoad extrac Introductory price quoted above: or write for our big lire and Sundry Catalogue, vhk the snedal Prices, IOito..dqurt...U! but write us a postal today. DO NOT THINK OK" UOT1NO a blcyc- tion, bocauad tbero Is loss acid and gfO WJUi or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wondcrfl less pectin in each following extrac otlcrs we are making. It only costs a postal to learn everything, tion. IF ..- '""" iilfCd - ELKTON, KY. IS FOR BOVS ftOt J. L AND MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, KILL thb COUGH WITH CURE the LUNGS Dr. King's New Discovery oo & i.oa Buttle Free AND AU. THROAT AND LUNQTHOUBLES. oucHs ,u"VOUD5 enn PRICK trW aUABANTEJED SAIISFAOTOBYl OK MONEY KEJfUJMUHlU. eaSSBe5e9aaaBSBa SPECIAL OrrER'.M fcWjftw!e2r.Jissai.i m "1 'ft C IliiTOiilfrlssWi'aVi M VatoBeyretunaad. rasaWBTBgralllUsa aaT m ssw iVaMKUCB'SaWtMSUCCeeMWSIJ anwaalr ttMaaaaw"10 r 532. Ur M BaV lln aiisVsiMii I ,lTlAJiTj3iai mrXT ssssky W Hi ,W a- ja&jga53?ar?l imj..j nil I taiua M - lew 25?"W- afl M If Jellies are to stand nny length ot time boforo using they should be The properly twalod from tho air. glasses having 'been completely filled with tho hot Jellies, should ibo set In a cool place for itlio contents to harder For Jellies slightly undercooked It Is of land TSADCMaaD pratupUj oMne4 In well to cover them with .panes I lloujul,orua Tuk W pUilu PATflTTS glass and harden them In tbo sun. I THAT PAailv1ll"iirougtiy,lltoiir I aipuM, andiielp yB S In either case when tho Jellies aro Etna raonM. paotearaavMari rtr FREE report St sjsjss' practice. sUR- loo patentability. well sot tho glasses should .be filled paa nq ntrcRssarmis. Korfrxuuwo with hot parate (tho Jelly will have Bocik on I'rofluM rate 3m wall OS-IC- 4 this,) Sovatnth tBtroet. shrunken, leaving spaco for vvnMinwTon, E. cs. may (which that all germs havo fallen uton tho Burfaco may bo killed. Closo with hojt, clean tin covers, and keop In a dry, cool iplaco. Chamy and strawberry Jellied should be boiled somowhat beyond tho first jelly test observed. 1 Tho white Inner skins of oranges Ladics! Save VUwj ant Kce- and of lemons are prolific sources. SlykbyReadbgHcUtl' ot pectin. Hence the gonuino jollies MaMPC amlUMcCallPallrM by those fruits may (bo made cCalkHaiastatwIlly from (r teraclng tho ipootem and then ad kel you Uteu MKAU'S MAUZW at a moderate) to flavor, Tha tsaxctoby koopliic ding sufficient Juloo BnflaaaaaM yew potted ou tao pectin front those skins may also BsBBBBBBsavT la aV fasbloui ssw J be used for strengUwnlng other fruit cuittiM anil lisu. 60 New fashion Uuskams Iu each rksu. Abo juices. valnablo rnaVwialon Apple Juice may he the basis for ,7 On all Uomu aud per toual ureiuts. Qur oUmt fruit jellies. V UK n, )ctr Including The hot Jellies should bo ipourodat n fteu rallein. totlujf or act)tl onoo into scalded ubwftes. fur frco tauiilo copy. Do not try to make too much JelcCtH PttM h ill cuslilo you to mats In your dWu homu. with our oil tiliauOs clotlilns Jor ly at a ttaio, for th. bainnsr o&o. or itt be peilect spd tlaJruii ToorseW ami M. fnc wblcli lilnhw tutu IS two Ustw at a time should do. iiono etid for (toj I'atlccu t alulnjuo.,! couls The most common cause of failure W WM Ca Y 5r,i Pr,eUfor rottlnti stiV actlptiomaiuouK rourli-t'Uusflkudforftuo la Jelly waklug Is an Premium famlofuo and Cash Man Oflir. sugar to juke. tw HiCau er.f ,wy. 233 tr2 Vi3 , kxi mi of It dlmt the sugar not scorching CHICAGO, ISll3IK1 ft 7ft nt nt nt nt nt A limited select school for boys. Faculty Our patronage' has men. of college-traine- d come from several Southern States. Twenty-fou- r different towns in Western Kentucky represented this year. Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Hot and Cold iBaths. ft H H H H H H H H i k Extremely healthful location. $1,000.00 recently spent on improvements. NO SALOONS IN THE TOWN OR COUNTY. Moral surroundings excellent UNEXCELLED AS A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG BOYS. Nineteenth ttyl-tskl- nt nt Year Begins September 6, 1911 Write for catalogue. Address all commun- ications to Disk "B" , v MATHENEY & BATTS. . n MMWHMM4NMWHMMmMSWHWM4 hKXXXXXK "irfi T "T. N " il T i. in i' li 'f'Yi " ' '' " -- t i'f '-- '''' T ' I' f i I t BASEBALL MEWS. 1 , and even LoghrinMve TlUa bahig punpoaca. 4rae, (hen, how to ongtwrlso, and how to atay orgadAod, to the piiwWeftn ittiat must be solved. One xlwaastty of tlrat Importance, is to got more good eKk&mt men In Uw field, do do tlw primary work of ansanlzlng Local Unions In eaeh counwithout any Would you try a plat of alfalfa, if wo wore to furnish tho ood earjieat ty, and to Cheap. For Sale would raise alfalfa, if they cost to you? A large number of farmers in this county offioora for sama. Then, cork center jvould iximaln. Good Work Horao, Buggy and Mar to organise said Local Uniona into a knew that it could be grown profitably on their soil. Every farmer, who is a tills oaon noss. fPrva .that ,ho Ui R. R. WEDDING, good atrong county Union, in each ibvn sm twha lnr.;r Wiait In Irrre reader of this paper, may .try a small plat of alfalfa, at our expense. county, for the purtpoee of penfcotlng ortnjr yam, bT all ("tat orcinw In the 0 county, and tho onganization. in the early 'part of tlw eawn b fore the We have made arrangements with the Farmer and Stockman, of St. Louis, to take up, and prosecute tiio' work of 0 lriftchcra had nwiStwwd ftiho art of an acre. FARMERS whereby we can offer any of our readers enough, alfalfa seed to sow 1-0 at of Establishing Local Elevators Dinging the auw ball, tout now there on 0 filliping points, and Granarllus seed grows and your soil is found to yield alfalfa profitably, next year you this Is a sufticlout s'ory to bo laid. An to Wo will not print an the farma to enable the Xanmors this 0 overwhelming aconj made at can grow it as extensively as you desiro. You can either buy seed and sow a koop 'Jho control of th"4r grain under which webellevo Is a time of the year would be as odd aa 0 large plat, or you can save enough seed, from the test plat to increase the acreage. tiholr own jnanag'eimcint, and theTioby ago, tlnvj two years one made this 0 "sliln game" and when jxm read "wall be direct .the ealo of sama It TOo scores are Just about tho Game 0a ad. In The Republican you njjajssary also to establish Terminal na In formur jnoars, and thoJ old-ifaon It that Hantiford some- 0 can Ojp-jnEleators in tho oantral marloots, altwlrlers battKjj are by so to bo owned, or controlled where In Ms leagues oach and 0 mercbanta do Just m,bat thoy Send us $1.75 for our paper ono year, tho Farmer and Stockman one year, and your Organization for tho proiwcllon day naw. Tito pltabAsr liolda 0 say they will do. Trade at of the membership at tho Society. the People's Popular Monthly one year and we will send you enough alfalfa seed tho contor of the atago now more 0 liomo wilth those w"ko iialp us. We will also 'be ablo through the the ho over did bofore. If than of an acre, absolutely free of charge. When you remember that alto sow 0 Elevator and Trading companies to heaver can lwip the opponents from falfa seed usually retails for more than $20.C0 per bushel, you can see how liberal feed buy binder twine, field sddda, .knocking the tall out of the lot ho OOOOOOOOOOuOOOOOO fencing and building mastuffs, coal is considered dcmio hero. this offer is. We guarantee this seed to be the very best on the market and enterials, Xiu'.ts, etc., all of which will Grinding Grain For Hogs. But to bo ablo to hold the center tirely free from weed and dodder seed. Tho gain from grinding corn Is com- enable us to bring buyer and- - seller of nho stago the fcwlrler has do hapie I eight good mm behind him. Batted paratively small. Numerous experi- OS:.. AnrrctthLir nTltfl t.HprVlV tallA tQ When you sow it you are sure of having a quality of seed, which will enable you ments balls come through tho box through grains have been mado with other the membership quite a nice sum of to determine tho effect of grind- money oach ye-tn mnl--o n tlinrnnfrh tesk nf von r soil. From time to time we will niihlish nrtinlpfi .well as to get clip ing, It being the dnflold at a. generally supposed that for iwrw tho Clieldur has to ibo on the job grinding would bo more effectivo In better and more stable proe'da 'in our paper on how to prepare the ground and sow the seed to insure a perfect . X 1 .Tl ... to head itbam olf. Who Inf lolders are tho case of small grains than it would what .we have to sell of farm prodi n l n II J - -U 1 if li xveuiuuKy uuy ume lDetween stana oi aiiaiiu. iiiiuna seen auuuiu uo suwu -m TT i... (Covering nioro ground than they ever be with corn. Grinding small grains, ucts. In estahltshlng your elevators bo: such as peas, barley, oats and rye, eto., we insist upon their being" ea nb- August 1st and September 25th. You shuld therefore place your order with us idld bofore, and they bavo to rQuick.Gr ito do it, too. The 'ball conies has almost Invariably proved benefi- fliahed upon tho "profit sharing plan, at once. down to thorn quicker and they have cial. Sometimes the advantago of the put the shares of stock wilthn, the ground grain has been very slight and reach of all members of itflne aocldty. to play i(he ball Icistfjad of lotting tlw sometimes very marked, but the genThe seed will be mailed direct to you from the the Farmer and Stockman in St. ball play them, .Many a ibase knock eral evidence Indicates that It Is ad- We do Jiot belloe it a good policy Louis which will insure prompt delivery. lias been anode by a battter when visable, when practicable, to grind to admit as stockholders those who he fielder Jets the ball play him such grains. When the cost of grind- are nof members, except ml i(h the pro Our paper needs no introduction to the farmers in this county. The Farmer of playing Che ball. Tho pel- - ing is excessively high the practice vision, that any who would not be and Stockman is the leading farm and stock paper in the nation. The People's ilet often itakos a had ibound, strikes may not be advisable, but under ordi- able (financially to pay for stock tbefJeldyiron-Ubieshlnogo B through nary circumstances it is the safe upon the regular plan could le (Pe- rPopular Monthly is one of the best home monthlies in the country. course. According to a compilation of mlttwd-it- o become members and him tintinely, and itho batter bets experiment station results made by O. Send us in your subscription at once, you will never have another opportunity iby allowing tho patronage divicrtedlt for a bit. M. Rommel (bulletin 47, United States in ho by department of agriculture), the average idends to which all mdmbors Of course a law Licks are made like this to get absolutely pure alfalfa seed, free of fcharge. the fans about the length of Hhe game saving effected by grinding small patroolze the conctrn mould be enti upon the Use the coupon below and mail remittance today. Address all orders to The being otangwl, claiming that the grains is 12.20 per cent, which Is dou- tled to receive pro-rawmtcatH at ptvoint go over the two- - ble the saving effected by grinding corn amount of business furnhdud at the Republican, Hartford, Kentucky. ' la Wisconsin experiments. year, to occu end of each business hour limit, (while In the "gold old days" one hour and thirty minutes mulate until sufficioat to pay one Vv years iees and dues, iu the society was tho avwriage for a game. This REPORT OP THE CONDITION was partially true at lho stout of t,h'e and also for one arare of stock in OP THE said company, alter which of course. 1911 season, but aa ,bho summer such and atockhoWiirswculd tho satr-i- ana out shorter. THE REPUBLICAN, McHENRY DEPPSIT BUNK be" entitled to the sama rights 'and imade a Louisville and Indianapolis rtcord for tlw seagon ruc'tm'tly hn Doing business at towin of JIoHenry, privileges as other stockholders. 'We would advise that in oither buying thiy plajvd a game in one hour and County of Ohio, State of e or selling, that the benefits of such Enclosed find $1.75 for which send me yonr'paper twelve mtnutee. Tho acoro was 3 to Farmer and at the close of busimem,be restricted to 0, .and each twlrlr allowed but three ness on the IStih day and Stoekman one year and the People's Popular Monthly one-yeais unbers of the society, or to those as lifts, iLooliS 1ery inuoh like a swat-fes- t, July, 1911. derstood that the Farmer and Stockman is to mail me postpaid enough alfalfa provided fcr above. Whoa such patdoes it not? It does not. Very ronage dividend accumulates toauf- seldom that a gaimo goes over two falfa seed to sow one-tent- h of an acre of ground. RESOUROES. pay one tees floiiecit amount lionrs .bene in, liouisvillo, and tho 1 Loin.3 .. ?28,738.80 and dues, and to share of stock and Discounts on tho country. 2 6anio"Is itruo all U. S. and other Bonds, My Name, gone such person should be notified by (theThe only time a contest has 200.00 Stocks and Securities .... Secretary of the companyo preBent ovor tho itiwo-tolimit was nil n 3 3.177.G9 Due from Banks reoeiptis for deliveries Of erain. and tho gam; rvont in'o extra iunlmsj My Address. 1 Actual Cash on hand..., 4,849.31 Ittiganilirg aa conk contier ball, Del receive certificate, of mamiberslilpAnd 5 Checks, cash Items and after stock In said coinrany, and Howard Siiad tho following to Bay: exchange for cUaring ..None: New or renewal to The Republican?. reasonable time, say 30 days, It such "Tine 4tibatttut3ng of tho ocrk center 6 Overdrafts-Secur- ed, persons falls to attend to such du hapliall is Mw boat thing tliatyjvior ?1SS.31; , ty, then said profits on. delivery ot TJiore are base pened to bawball. 18S31 None; . . Unsecured grain shall be focfelttd, and should lilts and more rues, it makes the 7 Current expanses and tav-e- s go into the company's fynisral fund. IitJilers worJc totter land the game 834.75 paid an tntereatlng .talk. Hopa (to hlavo CENTRAL GROVE. We do not believe that a. ipermnnent, this wcelc from a three weeks Malt more oxKjtiLrg, all cif iwluch the fans 8 Real Eataie, 3.3H.Q3; isood now and successful organization, can bo at McHenry. She neponts a were clanimorlna for.'. And Aug. 2. "One by one our friends insm. wilu us again- Funuture and Fixtures, Air. and (Mrs. Mel via Shoulders and built up by giving, the advantagiisand time, i now they have It." John T. Bruah, are going on baforo." What changes D.334.13 $2,010.08; Total g, It your (Sir. O. S. White mado-- a flying trip a few monUiB .ican bring!; Since our little- - daughter, Alabel, Of this place, Nciw York; Prod Clanlae, of benefits to fil 9 Other Assets not Includneighbor will not join with you in to Loulsvidlo and practically all 0f tbo grcut last letter many changes home fcaen visited relaivitiea at Williams Allnoa last week. ed under any of the abova Saitunday, night and Sunday. your organization, and assist in ihaive mado the tamo bastiball men made- thy the hands of dealilh last of None. beads Mns. Oma Chapman, of Oantertown, making ' benefits and .protection to iMr. Jalco Balzo and family visited of all, Airs. Rottlo Hooker, "wtifo of Btafcjmonts negardlcg tho now cork cen possible, 1 can' Mr. and Mrs- - T. O. Willson, Ronfraw, Mr. John T. Hocker, dlod at her home visited her sons, Alosara. Olaude and (balU ' tac the farmers interests ?43,38299 .Total not sea in what sense such ponson ICiy., Saturday and Sunday. neat here. July 25, titter a .lingering Walter Ohanman, of Elmmood, this LIABILITIES. wieek. i would ibo entitled to the privileges Sunday aohool at this place is Illness. Hoe remains miere taken to 10 Capital Stock paid in. Rev. E. D. Aladdox and famllyjtor-raorl- y I and benefits ot your nlooly. West Providence church! on the follow $15,000.00 In cash of (tUs county, hut nqw of Dixi .wonk lor enterprisess illr. W. N. Baize was In town Sat injg, day where the funeral aMwIces J?or Infants and Children. 11 Surplus, $1,200.00; Undl- on, Ky., are visiting relatives EKjn at Organization being the first urday. were hold, ibeing conducted by Re)i". ivld-- d profits, $1,570.73; AtoHenry, and near Rockport Always .Bought The Kind You enterprises or iMr. CaleUGroon and son Leslie, htcr tial, our E. H. Aladdox, ctt Llvermore. Tho 1 OtLI 2.770.7X Bro. Aladdox preaclied an able sor-mtundcrtaldcigs, should jbe made to bought a sawmill near Horton, Ky., interment took, place in. West Provi 12 Dopcslta on (which lnfrr-e- at Bears tho at West Provldenco church Sun servo and support the ongamlzarlan, and will movo it In a abort time on dence comabery, . Mc&x is paid, $3,707 5G; Signature of day, llheme "That I may know merely organizo to tetahltsh the EoiiUr, tract of tand near itownl and not Mr, D. M. Park and eon Spurgeon, ' 4 on which. Interest Bualneaj, and let somo Air. OdU Balzo, ot this place, vis ot itlWa place, vtlelted the family ot Him." I lis not pa'd. $19,G56 39, To Sunday aohool at this place conenterprise had us ajway ited A. IS. Kaolin, of Rentraw.ICy.un- - Dr. G. L. Everly, of Rockport, Bun-dathe .business 23.423J3 Do's and Don'ts for the Married. tal Dopojlts tinue with Intereat. iMr. J. M. Bteh-c- p, and day. front tlw original organization out13 Cashier's chocks, FOR THE HUSBAND supentatvndeat purposes. It ia absoluteIts manifold Atlas Danle Stowart ivisitod Alias standing,.. None; Certified Airs. John Shoulders, of this place ,iMrs. J. w. Lonay visited her iifteca IXon't quote mother. ly impossible to got unorganized far- fteatiily Hunter near Itentrow, Ky., spent rrhuraday of last weak iwlth Mrs. E. E. JJrowfT'who la 111 at checks.. None Call up your wife while at .business her It Safurdax and Sunday. mers to aucoosBfully her 14 Due to Banks.... Nonn her slater, Mrs. William MorrlB, at home near Eohols, Thursday of last .and ask how Hue is, and tell iMr, T. F. Jaoaes aad Is entirely useless, to organize, unless ife Yialted Oaralvx). ! week. that you called her up Just to hear he 15 Notes and Bills we do So then, :wo con trlendia and avtlativca Jwar Renfrow,. Bills paj-a-; Mr. and Mn. J, W. Roweof this, voioe-clude that organization, hgltatton, ed- Saturdeiy and Sunday. Wanted for U. S. Army:" Alble bodied ible..Nai4) Brlng Her a Jjox of candy. are Uho ucation and Sir. Eugene Rosens, lot Renfrew place, vl<ed the family of Mr. M. E. unanaintad men betwotn the ages ot a 1G OUwr lUUllttos not in books, Ditto one of tho iww Lot ua have uo drones in mado a tlying trip to Baiizdtowa Bun-d- Benton, near Canjtertown, recentlyr 18 and 35; citlzena ot the United cluded under any of tho 'Miasea Nora. Bills Maddox, of Owieoa flowtr, own if it is faded, a protty our organizations. We should all, be and return. States, of good oharaotar and tem183.31 i above heads pin or handkerchief. (Mr. II. C. Orowder has comiildtod bono; and Nina ASaddox, of (Beaver perate Hustlers and Boosters, It we oxpfw hahMs. who oaa apeak, And don't ovor lay your head oil to escape bolflg sla)va, and tttlroHniga, a Jilca acliool building bt Bisar Oroya Datn, are aita of Afiaaas Violet and and write tie Bnglteh language, read Fon without having $13,382.99 Total your pillow at n!ht for trusts and contblnatlona of spec- and iwlll teach he school In lthe 'now Qlodya Lorwy, .this wjk InfioraiaUoo apply to RucxulAIng Ofti-- ri somothtog to gain and obtain STATE OF KENTUCKY, dono Allaa Alamie mttarta4ned Jlookar ulators and aniblera in Farm Prod- house. Prof. Crawtfer 4s a first clasa Bearer Dam, Ky. net. County of Ohio atf m. ilrmor hold on. your wife's lewa a few ot Rsapeotfully SiAnnffetdd, frionda at Uer homelhero ucts. teacher, not Just I, A. M. Smith. Casitor of the ihor ovary day-nb- ut iKtea M. F. SIlARlP-- i Air. WaMor Raymer and wife and Sunday. abo"o named Bank, do soktanly awear oaoo a day. lUtla daughter, .Hazel, Heitfrow, Ky., Rqwe, Aleasra. Leoaand and Noah At leaet onco a month meet her thait the above statement la true to vlalted Air. and Mrs. A. (H. Bbewart BAIZETOWN. Yiou dawn tawn and take her to dinner tho best of my knowledge and belkif. I Sunday. conventioai at Clear Run. fiuaday. and July SO. iWe ana tlll dry A. 51. SMITH, Oaahlor. jand tho tlwat-r- , fully indorse the Hrorctnanlt the I Mr. P. Ai, Brown and family, of Subscribed and sworn to before nu du4by at this place. AVhan yau have to have a big tiino, Reipublkiafi baa made to get out an Efan,wood nbhorhood; Wr. and Mrs. by A. il. Smith, this 2Gth day of School ia progressing nloely otthJe laduetria.1 edition ailong "with you. teko your wlfu one Norval and u&ll be &wn and little daughter, '' t plaoo (with Prof, Late Embry teawfc-o- r, ivm'i flvnr Stan courting, for OS July, 1911. ' OMve, of MaHuary, vkltiad at Mr. L. that will auport it. G. W. WHITE, Notary Public. booa as you do aomo other man will B. Laay, of tbli ptaee, Sunday. &Ira. Lawrence Baizo and cbtUnm lily Commission explivw January Oiegln. iMra. Amanda Rowe, of.. this plaoev For Sale. i OaneyvlUe, Ky., vlaHod frleeda 1911. ' FOR THE WIFE. 9, of For anything in the line of at Willtew Mlawa B fnec Dam, two vlaHd xelatt-iGood rmaiduce la and relatives at this iplaoo last iwk. Correct Attest: IDotti't quota father. PRINTING come to ue and of ground, ood out buildings, tiwiiday. only iMr. Loe.PlwgDey, of EwtSt Ltoutf. &otl a ..IS. J. TIOHENOR, A'iPot your hurfjond; ho is Mr. aad Aire. 8. A. Raya'oWn, of, we'll guarantee you aatiefaeto-r- y VHil looated. o. la vtaMug his ' J.S. SMITH, Sg Wd. Willlama MhMS. ware wteUora at our work at prices that are right LARKIN WILLIAMS, xu , PhogUy. ( Atoa. .Warroa. GEO. W. DAJ3QHEART, , iJ Moat hkn at tlw door wJMi a smile. aoaool ftuaday. Mr. Rcwwolcb iakvJ JBda.vr iDaw, Ky. Mi (Mm Reay HuU.T raura-adthoa' Rm1 tlw papers and anagazlncsand Dlnactar , CORK CBNTdSR BALL. (Lpuiavllle Hcd.) ball ttie lively rrfce kicks again kAVe all been roaSaterod naw and the grouches (wfco Idoked agftlnat t fcave wwlvica to ithelr Caits r oaten ed far ift cork omtor ball has borne to stay. All of tho mwnasers and ih. leavers ' have Indorsed K&o now ball, ami if a veto of "the fans could h ttahon. tt: te a aatfo but that Uiq be ymx huabwii'g lRMlatKMl 41- DrfM M MwfHlty m yea U4 wtoe be ctm eamrUg. Wear th color' be Mem jw la Uw at4e of gown. Ilavo Bcanut&lBK In tlw wr erf a mtrpria) fort dinn&r, Kocv us vHth him 4n any special tine at work. Ws hobby. Encouna Koep hla ctotfws In order, R clean houso and good food. Or Somebody olso will snap him up and make him think she and ho alone evar did or over will understan him. T the ad ci Srty i Iflty KcRtMcky. , Um)ms of ( 4m Aneri- ( that ail nMt realize $Nt orialwrtkm amour lamer ia a I ten euro raal iwccasit-yaa Auslneaa for sadtrcaUoaalaB m& Will You Try - UU4 Awjl ytltalta x muiit i M, rial Oct - Our Expense? sed 10 us ooooooooooooooOoo advor-.UsanfT- Tit If no ttr lp)d d Sow to Get the Seed. ! I 1-- 10 J J ps aullo-a-mlnu- to 2 J ! f ! A 1- s : ? tock-holda- rs ta pro-gnees- es Date. Hartford, Kentucky. Ken-tnok- y, one-yeaiyth- r. It s oir Pttits-tUiiE- - CASTOR A m ng on lts y. ay ix What Want How You Want It When You Wantlt , t gfand-paittnft- s,, Mr-aal- d 1 J