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PICKED CHILDREN FOR VICTIMS Chewing Gum Was Sprink- HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST that have been tried. The result LANGLEY WILL BE wouki indicate that no effort, will be nm spared by the officials to put IN FULL CHARGE end to tho Illicit sale of liquors and with proper of tho people there is no doubt but that all illicit traffic la Intoxicating liqucns in Will Have Staff of Assistants at Ohio county will soon bo a thing of the past. Party Headquarters, But will Dispense with Campaign Committee. Remits for Three Years. Editor The Roubltoin, Dear Sir: BelIoiving that tho smaller the size I could Jiot do without Tho (Republican, that's a clnoli; so I onclogemy of tho campaign organization tho ibal-tit .will j for lite parity organizaolieck for "?3.d0, w hich puts nie in tion, John W. Langley will conduct advance. thefight on rtwhalf of Judge E. C. E. M. KtMMELL, (f Rear and tho other Republican State Graro&fleJd; Okla. er ib-- 1, 1911. EXPERIMENTAL No. 4, TOFT'S NOTABLE TRIP interest and may unexpectedly make clear some attnlbuto of the soul. led with Strychnine. Order Arrest of two Men and Woman, Making Serious "Until such evidence is forthcoming, ;' TO BEGIN SEP. 16 however, I shall retain my belief, ibas- od on caroful expjrimen's, tliat tho soul Is too closely intorailmglod and President Likely Will Open Pres-- , blended with the protoplasm of brain and eminal column to present Itself 'idential Campaign While to photcgraiihy eltlier toy the Roentgen ray or otherwise as a true Iform." 1 En Route. STAGE PASSED Success of Big Industrial Now Assured. Hartford People Interested in and Contribute Liberally En- For Sale Cheap. Waahlngton, AugusD. TThe jnoat important trip that President Taftlias planned since ho lias ibaen in the (Mr. R. T. Her spont Wednosday In Wh'ite House, in tin vl.iw of the Re- - Centrtcwu .with hia brother. pubHcan kalea's. a trln durlma which Miss Ira Shown was a pleasant call he inexpert id to open the 1912 pre'l- - er Monday. cumtiai caniipajgn for his party, will Miss Wdnnio Cottrell, of Owensiboro, beglnJSfiptomib r 1C. if' will last at last four wciks and is the guest of Mrs. Lucy HuLibard. .. shculd it Liter be ddeMod to extend Myirtla Williams Is spending Miss the outing to the Pacific coast It will this week ,with friends in Central be stretched into six weatas, eo tJiat City. the President will not get back to Mr. Pres. Barnard, or Beaver Dam, Beverly or Washington until Novemwas a pleasant caller at Oils office ber. Wednesday. Acccrdlng to the plan so far drawn Mrs. C. L. Field, of Owensboro, is t upatho White House, the will visit vaazt at tihe States In expected hero this taiek for a visit tho Middle West, nonUli of and includ- wtih relatives. HAVE YOUR PHOTOGRAPHS FOR ing Missouri, and will make 'excursion EDITION into practically all of the States THE BIG INDUSTRIAL which have progressive congressional TAKEN AT ONCE. djlega lens. Mies Cova Anderson, ot Owensboro, he Preydont so far has gwien ai i tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. apeech-maWinmost no consideration to Anderson and family aiol Mr. and on this trip, but it has lung Mrs. 13. A. Anderson. been the idti otj Hypublloan kudirs Missies Ella and Hermenla Frey, of tliat ha would make asi nianj"' political Louisvlle, left Tuesday for addre-ae- s as possible west of the a visit here the guests of MIsslslppl. th2 Misses Woeraer. ,g Owen3-boroafter Good Work Horaa, Buggy and iHar-nesR. R. WEDDING. U4 fl. terprise of The Republican i . Charge. Q jL Mrs. Boyd nslkcd $15,000 damages, alleging that Ir. Ellis had ddfaimed her character. The juny brought In a verdict lor the defendant. Tho Iflrst alleged attempt on tho lives of ,tho chldnenl was made several, weeks ago whn a package of chewing gum was found in the yard af Edwand StqPheqteTSf t nephew of Judge Robert MaBhoafcers, tot Fulton. HIND SECOND PACKAGE. iLcss than a week ago another 'pack-ag- o af gum was placed near the gate of itiho MoPheeters iiome. A tbree-- ear-ol- d child of the .family .Teas ttc the act of plaolng a pklce of igum in its mouth iwhan an older memlber of the family interferred.i The gum ,wos sent to a chemist, who discovered that it was profusely .sprinkled with strychnine, Twice since then (package ot gum .have Ibeen placed near ithe MoPiheotors home and each of ithem was found to contain strychnine, Af terithe second package of gum was found the MoPheofcers' ibome was rnlitohod, OllHBRS ARE INOLUiDED. ,( tThe placing of the gum on the prom fees of people In the vicinity of Con-(cohas ibeaoma frequent tho last more Ajw days and at least fchnao families Qflnear to IuuvkJ ibeen Included In tihe poisoning plot. All the gum 'which ihas 'been found, has bftm prer eerwed and will ibe examined Jby a , chemist. All the families on whose premises the palsomed gum has been placed laKen First havo amall .chl bonld was fixed at $1,000 I Jiavo tnken mo one red, bnlndl? ' Second 27, Third for Mrs. Bojid and $2,000 leach for milk cow. Was taken lip July Boyd and Wodds. All gale ibail, No 1911. Now 1n my possession at Beav- -, Fourth. held er Dam, Ky-- Qwnar can have aame Fifth J preliminary ihearing .will be -Sixth and the case will toe dackfeited tor by paying "expenses. Seventih jthe Sqptimiber itionm of court. T. H. BLAIGK, S. 0. C 3tf Eighth By S. O. KEOWN, D. S. fn A.itc Wlri .tiT.iv Hiilfn m authorities 'believe to be a plot for Tomato Weighed 2 4 Pounds. fcw wholesale poisoning of chijdren The Caittlesburg .Tnlbuns says: in, iiaa jboan unearned at Gontoord James Clark will lkely hold tho Galloway county, and as a "result, homers of laving produced the finest two anen and a iwomian were arrestadl tomatoes of .tho season,! The other there today iby order of the prosecut- day .he plucked one from his garden ing attorney and (brought to Fulton to that weighed two and ha arraigned. T,he persons arrested pounds. Tihe splendid epcojmon was ane Lee Boyd, a farmer; I1I3 wlfo, divided' between three famllks and Mrs. Anna Doyd, an JHfenon Woods y ,B t ,g Mch nmda ,a moaL J), coiinse we ane not adtho emiaron wnose jives, were vised as to the size tit the tespectlve bclong to families whoso tnqin- households but the size of the fruit bars iteBtlMed In a slander suit recently is correctly given in words and brought by Mrs. Bayd against Dr. W. figures above. While this ono was B. Bills, a physician of Concord. the largest ripe one' on the vine3 3-three-lfourtih- nominees without any formally ap polnlted campaign committed When .Mr. iLanigley was chosen by the candidates ithreo weeks nigofol- - ,!.. enaan-Bone- Jr y nd Wren-Tonig- ht lowing the S'ote convention, as the chairman tt tli3 campaign committee, lie was authorized to select the other working members of the committee. After due deliberation on his partand conference with the candidates.it has been decided ihat he shall (personally look after all ds'ails of the iwork Incident to tho campaign. With thl3 Idea Jn vltiw, Representa-tlv- o Langl-j- y has chosen las his assistants at campaign headquarters, G. M. Darnatt, of Hartford; A. Fred tlwro will likely foe many others as Vaughn, ot Palnrtsville: Thurman B. large as it was and possibly It may Dixon, of Scotitsville, and C. H. Duty, commitbo surpassed in size by others before of Winchester. The usual tees heretofore regarded as so ossm-tl- al the season is over. ito a Sta'o campaign, will thereSMALLHOUS fore ibe dlspemsed with and Mr. Lang- iMisaes Qma Maddox and Ethel Hun ley wil pareonally lcolc after the 11- torwre guests of Mrs. oJhn Wood, nancial affairs of the campaign ibeside Oenalvo, Friday nlgiht and Saturday, 'engaging and plaolng tho speakers Those who dined With Miss EthM and attending to other work. Huntter, Sunday, were Mr. Elmer Mlt- -' Acting on the iresolutlon adopted by ohel and wife, of Bevier, 'Mr. J. E. the candidates at tlie meeting the day Baker, of Central City and Mr. Jossj after the State convention, Chairman Klrtley and MlssOma Maddiox. Uangley milU be assisted by an ad- Severalfrqm rtlids"'pla'eo1,httendod the vlsory committee, composed of ono W. O. W. plc-nl- c at Llvermone, (Sat- - member ixan each of the eleven Con-- 1 'gresslonal dlsitrlcts State1 urday. ot the Mr. V. P. Morton and wife, were 'The selection of this committee was' guests of, Mr. V. Br Morton and fam- ito the various district conwnlttee- ily, of Iilvermore, Frlilny, Saturday men, ibut Up to the present tlma only i and Sunday. .a fqw membofls have been selected Mr, Ross Monton,C entral City, Mr. by the district commltteemen, and Willie Wbitimier, South Carroilton.Mr. ' thi-- only at tin suggestion of Chalr-R. Barnard, Hartford, spenib'Thurs- it Is said. Tills corn-da- y nlight with Mr. Sam Btoflton. mittoe, when selected, will act Jn an is advisory capacity mesroly and Miss Pearl Eajrday, Beda, tlien the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ben Ross only whom called on by the chair- fIHioo who atitendud the O. E. S. j man. at Oenilvo, Saturday afternoon iwpre' Election Forecasts. Fulkerscm, Leiwla Bob Mesdamcs Politicians around Frankfort lhavo Fulkenson, Chester Ross, Oma Mad-do- x nothing to do (between 'Legislatures ex and Ethel Hunton. Dr. M. D. Maddox, Is at Ills horn 3 cept to figure on the 'probable iresults lntond3of the election and this "bug" afflicts here for a Ifew days, lie jthem regardless of "party. .They are not going ito Louisville; soon- or Crowe, of Centortowm, Ky., busy either ilguriing Mccreary Dr. made Oiree trips Jn one day to see O'Rear Into tlie (governorahiip. Here Is the "dop3" handed out by the DemoMrs. Tom Miller, who Is quite ill. cratic experts: Alonzo France is lmprovilng. Mrs. McCrcary's OTRar's. Districts, m. . ,f ?rr up Dy onerm Jealously Ends in Stage Fight, iinfinn. j- t ltt T. man-Langle- I 9,000 ..4,000 500 300 5,000 6,500 5,000 1,500 500 1,500- 4t Notice. The unldorslgned assignee ot FordaviUo 'Banking CoJnpany Iwilll .oe In Fordsvllle, Ohio county, Kentucky, at tho oWoa of the Fondavlllo (Banking Company, on Saturday, August 19,1911 at whldb. timo and place Md assignee wUl sit to rocelvo claims against said estate, and any creditor falUng to pHiint at tho time named, his claims, verified in tho manner claims are required to bo verified, against tflie estate of doceadents, except that they need not be verified by a person other than the claimant, shall ibe .deemed to have waived his rigfht to' any part of the a.ilned estate. See Rub-sell- 's Statutes, Sec. 402. ,the JUDGE J. L. BRIST0W. Ndntih Tenth Eluvienth (Oonttnunlcaitied.) 19,000 Tib. July 2t4 AeK-n- ee 21, 1911. J. W McOARpr, Banking of the Fordavllle Oompany. Negroes Filed $240.00. tntel of Gub Ford, Bill Taylor, Bawel lAwrenice and Ed Tichenor all of color, In Judge Weddlntfa court flThe f. SplrtbuouB, Tdy on Ahe olMWge o Soling vlDoue Had lualA Htjuows, Tuesday, iwuVUd t $$10.00 and eoHt. Oh. ioton it Couniworklug tlid --bt ty Attorney ctautoe wa mui a. - ot the Judgment nA uutoM th fitMM and oot will ba are iWi th, tUf-ftt- o e io iwofk wtytmm o tfea dib-14TOt-- !. tb4r being t lnwd It will too a matter of ivory great Interest to the people of Kenutcky, in connection with the nomination of Judge L. It. Drlstow for Lieutenant Governor, on the Reanubltoan ticket, ito know that in addition to his personal worth he 13 a Profifewor J. J. Jtuckwr, UL. D., tlie Apostle, of Tiempctrnnce, who, formtare class than half a century, In .the roam at Georgetown college, 4n the press, oi tho 'iplaitann. and in the pul- pit ipreaohed against tho albu3oa of n, the liquor tratBflc No Baptist Dtetrict or General association, in all these yeaw, seamed per-- , feet without flibn on the temperance committee. It was s&d to seu hkn die his without eeelcig "tlie fruition of liope in the passage ot the county unit law, but Ms spirit Is fcioann&it of his in the person of the husT-an- d only daughter, who In die oSMoo of LWnteaant Governor, will seek ito perfect th .work of hie inabla tebher-lu-tei'Many df his friends and fonmer for stenlUs will dllaht In voting Juda Brtetaw hi ondur, to oreetUils inoiMHiwftt to the antnxory of Profe-so- r this Ruekftr di tlie iNMaage of lajwi for which tAa laborud and aacrl.-f4c- d no nwoli. son-lnrlaAbso-clatla- 30,000 19.000 Totals .Nut majority for McOrcary: 17i500. Tlio- - Rupubllcan' 'Jdopestera not to be outdone go the Democrats a little I better on the majority they figure they for O'Jlcarj This Is the wiay forecast the result. Districts, Mcttvary's, 'Real's First .. .- -.. G.OOO, Sacond Third 2,500'' .' .... 1,000 Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh Eighth .. Ninth Tenth Eleventh (Teste .. .. 1,500 3,500 3,000 1,000 .... C.000 .. '..v.. A, I .. .. .. 10,500 ; 1,000 2X00 21,000 Net majority for O'Rear: Notice to IvWrt. 3400 18,000. Taxpayers. of apolifcfemeate of G, P. Jones, Doputy Sheriff. ( fP&ffy, Auguat' 7, a. m. Adaburg, August 7, p. m. I Magan, Auwt 8, a. in. Ralph, August 8, p. m. iBMs Run, Auguat 9 10. iBoda, BuCond August 11. 1UM&, August 13. T. m te dy. t iUm wAo' of $1.00 iw l ly Cow for Sate. Good milek eow. Apply to, J. WAL.TKR ALDJIN Aut , . i TJkU U tJw Hiwt of --as inatU-- M or MiUm css Uquer at4 R. J, HaMford, Ky, U DliACK, 8. 0. C. By G. P. JONJW, D. 6. . .. .. ., . uiey nau. oen viaiiv f . ,!,,. the Palace thaater tonight Mine. iPavHAVE Y0Ur hhotogrAPHS TAK u J'0r EN FOR TilE IG INDUSTRIAL upon she arose, slapped Mondkln and EDmov WHBTHBR OF y0UR. left the stage. SELF, YOUR RESIDENCE, OR YOUR tour monto I tove suffered in si- AT ence, dhoulgh I am tempted to speak At tha J,aster Commissioner's sale cut after bls lnoldent." said Mme. '. l l count uause uoor iionaay me Pavlowa- - . lt!hI Count' Ballk building was sold "The trutn ought to be known. and E. G. ino horto Messrs. M. L. .VII MTfl"m Barnaisa. Consldnatloni ,$4,000. balance, a3 1'ht.ld lier by .the wrists ' Names Wanted at Once. Mr. J. C. Feltl, Kift Tuesday mornShe slipped to the floor afitor trying ing fhr Qwonaboro, wlliero he has It will .be only a short tlnw until to trip me," said Mordkin. 4'Fjr ten years I liave bean dancing acceiit'Ml a position with MIschel Bros. our Big Industrial Edition will 13 Isbut I have never before had anything Monumental Worksas general imana-ge- r. sued, and we are desirous of gluing a. iMr. Fehl Is a splendid workman this edition as big circulation like the difficulty of the present on-g- ? and for stivoral months he lias held possible, and ask ovtiryono to gl venvenit. It has etpolled my jwork." a position with the Thomas Monu- ils names of relatives or trloads that The Soul Has Weight. formerly lived in Olido county, so we mental Works of this city. Duncan MacDougall, of lfarverhill, Mr. W. T, Pendleton and Mr. Clar nny send them a copy of The RepubWo who haa long lvn a studeut of ence Barnard will give a lawn fete lican's Big Industrial Edition- declares this evening at the homo of Dr. and want Just as many names as pos phenomena, h s .biUef that the human soul weighs Mrs. E. B. Pendleton Ifor Misses Le- sible and ask your assistance. When an our.ee to noaily an ila Mtschke, of Hvanavilie and No you think of some one you 'would like from one-ha- lf quarter, and, (further, ra Smith, of Mt. Vernon, Ind., ho to have recehe a copy ot the paper ounioo and a Mr. and Mrs. II. E. and they formerly lived In Ohio counthat tho eoul substance is blendc--d are "visiting ty, let us have the nam?, and Justtaa wii'Hi th'a plcttoplaain of the brain and MIschke. a 4tf VMl m"k spinal ohoUd in life. "1 air. Leslie Martin, who was own at the Rogerls sawmill about Dr. MacDo,us;all says it has three Resolution of Respect. his espcirience in a doen liifctances. mils from this city on route 2, Beaver Dam Lodge No. 322, I. O-- 0 to watch itlie dying man or woman suf foiled a aunsitroke Wednesday morn F.4 Deavei1 Dam, Ky. 8tretahid on a bod that was part of Ing and didd soon after. iHe was Whereas, God in His Imtlnlta wisa delicacy, adjusted scale and to hear thirty ono ears old, single and a dom has so in fit to remove from her as the poi'ileat'B last breath leav-3- the brother of Mr. Henry Martin, of Ow- earthly tle3 and labors on July 25, body tho noise of the dropping, entHboro, who forni'Trly lived hero. 1911, Mrs, Lena Fronich, wife of our weight. .WE WANT TO PUBLISH, IN OUR brother in fraternity, Forest French. Again, sitting in a darkened roonw DIG INDUSTRIAL EDITION, A NUMResolved, That In her dvath ho lias watched a strong ray of pure-vMt- BER OF THE FARM HOUSES IN .ties that bliula corr brothlight rest along th body of a OHIO COUNTY. IF YOU WJLLFUR er to this old earth has iboen feunlier-eover like dying man, recovering him NISII US WITH A PHOTOGRAPH of and the a silver oar ironi leet w himu uuu. OF YOUR FARM HOME, OR BUILD- - a loving fatherdutiful mother benefit the daughter; and over tiiia rOace. 1INGS, WE WILL HAVE AN EN brothers and sisters a sister afDr. MacDousall and his assistants CHARGE fectionate and kind; the church a GRAVING MADE, AND hae anade tho closjsi observation of YOU FOR IT ONLY WHAT IT COSTS member earnest land faithful. tflie ibar of light to see it tliat US. Resolved, That we extend to our "eoul Bub3tance" passed iu sympathy of WE WANT TO PUBLISH, IN OUR brother the heartfelt or In waverdefinite shajio in clout DIG INDUSTRIAL EDITION, A NUM our lodge and commend him to the ing itinitis from the out votn body IN gracious and .merciful ibeing wihos MaoDaugall, BER OF THE FARM HOUSES "Tho Eoul," soys Dr. OHIO COUNTY. IF YOU WILL FUR gndat heart feels for 1Ji woes of "hr.s a detlnltto weight, ranging from NISH US WITH A PHOTOGjRAPH and oven notes tlie fall of a ot an ounce, to about i mora tlnan an ounoo, and in. OF YOUR FARM HOME, OR BUILD- sparrow. a little ENINGS, WE WILL HAVE AN Resolved, That to tho father.moth-or- 4 reLution .to lbjht it is Identical .with GRAVING MADE, AND CHARGE brothers and 'sisters and all that the etlier of luitarytwllar sjace. ttmw proven YOU FOR IT ONLY WHAT IT COSTS knew iher modast and virtuous life we "These tiwo things wiuiuld say, weep not, neither mourn US. to my own sa'Jsfain. A Tho body of Prof, Jolin C. Barnarux tor her for her aoul life Is lild with "For thk very reason of .the lden you to tliat better tlty of the eoul subsitonco and ether wlio died in the PhlllJip.pines several God, who call3 lVnd. (have doubts as to .the successof weeks ago, Is expected to arrivu in San I I Resolved, That a copy of y photographs that Dr, Ar. Francisco, Cal., tomorrow, and will the to bur be- bo shipped f rani tliat oltyjpmiodaately t5usolutlonis .be i)rk-fttiGoodisiiMjld of tha Uulvoiallty thur W. Lfeavtd ibrotlSr; a copy ibe epreaid up of Renaavlvanla Is totry to take, of It will take about five days for the on the minutes ot .the, lodge, and a tiiie soul Of living Bivbjoota. liaras to arrive and tho funeral and copy sent to each of our county pa"From my dbserMaulons of tho sou I light interment will probably take place pers for publication. as subjected to light, batih white D. G. YOUNG, , Tliunaday. to at Liberty Church next coma and th aiwotrum, I H. B. TAYLOR, ( tho positive conclusion f?C the negative. Aug. 17. E. E. ROGERS, Quite a nultobor from tbls city are quality of jthe soul namely, ithnt Its Ooinmlttoe. ito light Is zero. expecting- to attend the annual .meetIndex of TKjfrase-Uoof ing of the Ohio County Baptist AsAU substances exoipt tho utilier Wanted for U.S. Army: Able bodied spaco Ive kohvq ivfraotlou ot light, sociation tliat convenes at Dan Sta- unmarried men bedwocn the agea of UnlVd so I htik tliat in this reatioct tho tion AuguWt 1C. The following masse 18 and 35; citizens ot tho bouI subetatuMs. Bud other are Identi- Sons have 'been selected by tho Hart- States, of good character and temwho caa ioak, road cal. ford Baptlt-- t church. Rev. J. W. Bru-ne- r, perate fcablte, "Tihe lmvetip-tl- on to .be concluded Dr. E. W. Fond, W. iM. Fair, R. and write the English language. For by Dr. Goodapood and his Roentgen B. MarUn, Luther King, Rdv. T. H. laftimiation ajqily to Rucrulting Offi ray expo-rt- , Mr. Snook, will 1m of grati Balmaiii aul D. Ford. 2tf cjir, Dver Vwn, Ky. . ininmsr run "(lnnrn L.ivenmape,wiiere -. " Daccharale" with Michael Mordkin dt lnjr ,,.,...., Aiisr - K. - 1- "iZEi Z . tiM Tl j..ii,ij'. nni,. -- Tliat the people in Hartford are sin-- " cere In their 'belief that it is a good-towwith a bright future, and arr indlvJduaily and collectively, willing and anxious to do all in their power to advance pur interests, Js proven by the success wo are meeting with in the preparation of our BIG IN DUSTRIAL EDITION. Of the many people so far InitenvltK-e-d .by aur representative EVERY ONE with tlie exception of two, lias responded, liberally, thus making It posaiblo for us to say positively that the e.perimental stage Is passed and success Is now assured. Tihe solicit--In- g Is NOT nearly over, as the county is yet to be visited, and If those-je- t to be seen manifest as great an interest in the enterprise ns thos already soen, we will ,publish one of the best editions lever sen In Kentucky. An edition which will not only draw new; industries bene, but iwill re- Viound to the credit of even- - lusi-fle- nt of Hartford and Ohio county. ' We are comvlnced tftait no one iwill wish this Ihlg edition of THOUSANDS OP COPIES to ibe sent broadcast throughout tho country, State nnd county, without they themselvifc. being represented in it. And right here hero let us suggest to those who Intend having a cut made to ibe usied In this BIG INDUSTRIAL EDITION, that they have the photographs taken at once, for delays are always dangerous. C' woe-Ins1- s d; tt IBs-childr-en three-quanW- ra Ui-js- X-ra- I ta3 - jiiii&ktifa$nii'; wfiPF. ''wi'. .nm -- gil MtUNTAIN SUNIAY SCHOOLS GROWING Secretary Joplin Delighted With ern Kentucky. mono itrln of a little t&ui two .weeks through Batern Ken tucky, whoro ho has been conducting or Conventions Held in East- Fllmvimr a I county Sunday school oonvontlons,Seo retary George A. JopUn, of the JCon- tuoky. Sunday school A33aoition,ha3 1iit rtornwl in lioulsvllkj dcliguwa with th atfcnVane at tbM3e conwn at the "xtraondl tlors nnd he n.nrv si an a of matolal progress aaw along Who .Big Sandy In the mwun ' tain region. He conducted conventions at noar MajBville; at Vance-bur- g, a or Greenup; at Cliff aide, beat tween Ashland and Cattliaburg; Preatonburg, PUojville and ElUiorn, Ills attendance owry place avuragod vm COO and 1,000 (vouplc, and at one that an enthusiastic worker there were-- fully tfliwo acres of people at an open-ai- r moating. "It is marvelous tho waj' (towns aro developing alone tire Bis Sandy'sald Dr. Joplln. "The organization of the Consolidated iCoal Company and the aumrany are operations planned by resulting In a big boom. Towns are springing up as by magic. At Pike-vil- le I saw numerous houses going up and Auxier, Van Irar and Joskins have sprung up aluvost in a night. At Jenkins the people am wild with enthusiasm and aro talking that tho coal millions of dolla company will exp-Tiithere This town 'lias a strejt four or rivo milca In length." During the next two or tnree "Been., uie V. J. Vauchan. field worker in Eastern district, ?will be conducting dates are as conventions. His Colldws: Wolfe county convention at I; Brotilntt, zelgrcwn, August 1 and 5; at Jackson, August 7 and 8; Clay City at Powell, August 9; Louisa, at Lawrence, August 12 and 13; Paris, at Bourbon, August 15. Pendleton, near Falmouth, August 1C; Owen, at Owens vllle, August U) and 20., T. C Ge'jauor, field wonkor In tho western dlstrio'., is now taking his va cation with his wife at Niagara Falls. During the next two iwvjks, with the exception of on engagement at the Henry county oonveatlon at Now Castle on August 10, Dr. Joplin will reWifift Franmain In Louisville, is taking cis Grigsby, oSJ her vacation at Winona Lake. Miss Grigsby has Jutvt boon honored by the at Sunday School Tlnioa, published Philadelphia, by beirlg electwd for u second year to jiripano Its exposition of iutmrmudltdrtM series of InternationMfc-s Grigal)y did al graded this work last yor to successfullyi Ui' ner axpoflroions win uo uuumu uuu mu fcrm for eirculatlon in llshed iu vcry couny wlvjio Uw International lesions are T.vid atwl studied. During tho ab&jnco of tho pas or, Sooretary Joplin will act as suply at tlw Hli- lana VNWywrun onuai uunug mie next two wJa. eartiHiWWB, wkI (kyclowB, K.ft Rfnoapnol aoste of (fee mewt wiUwewd, will aU dfaturfcfcw be much in wltkww, m well m of magnitude on Jm4 h4 above the earth, and below, on and the mortality wll be unusually poolaly among aged people largo, and omon animals, and business be at a Btamtotilll, and proat failure will ooaur In the commercial world And iln Wall stroot, and the markets will bo very erratic, but qulto .bullish. "Groat flras will occur in England, especially In London, and also In the especially In New States, United Yoik and Now Jersey. fHlv rr C. I GAKBN WRITES US FROM ARKANSAS He Believes I ad in Ohio County and Look Forward to the Big . Industrial Edition. 7, 1911. (for- Will You Try 5i Plat of Alfalfa Stuttgart, Ark., Aug, Editor; Republican: iDear ISIr: 1 t 'haw Iboen iooMmg ed Our Expense? t : ,Y 1-- 10 folt bo near my grave," "I writes W. R. Patterron, of Welling-toTex., as whon a frightful cough and lurg troublo pulled me dawn to 100 pounds, lu aplto of doctor's treatment for two years. My father, mother and two sisters died of oamsump-Hoand thai 1 am allvo today Is due solely to Dr, icing's New Discovery which completely cured one. Now I iwygh 187 "pounds and have been well and strong for years. Quick safe, sure, its the best roniody on earth for coughs, colds, lagripe, asthma, croup, and all threat and lung troubles. COc and $1.00. Trial .bottle free. Guaranteed by all druggists, ra n, n, Llfo Saved at Death's Door tot Will Die in Electric Chair. Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 7. Friends of Oliver Laakis, condemned to doath for the onurdar of his wife, 'hano practically abandon hope for him- - Gov. Willson has 4 August 22, as the day for the exooution- - Utiles the Governor can be induced to change bis mind, there Is no hope for the prisoner. iLocks will .be the third man ito die in tlw okJotnlc chair in this State. Shav Penman, convicted In Lincoln county wa9 etotrocutdd August. 5. The etectriulc chair 3ias succnoded the gallows In all legal executlonsl In this State. The last man killed toy tho statc un(fer the ol(1 metacd wa3 a negro and the first man electrocuted was a negro. Executions are done in tha State penitentiary. 8-- ward (with groat interest, for quite awhile, the forthcoming of the Industrial Edlioln, which as a "booster" for Ohio county iwiU undoUUbjd-l- y meet with gwot success. Having bjan roared In Ohio county, I foel an Interest An seeing her rise to the front, and trust that the near future will reward caoh and every individual wMhlu h-- r 'boundary miho ha helped to promoto the good work. There Is no reason, tbajt through 'the undbdd efforts of. her citizens she should rank with the foremost counties In Western Kontuaky, for she has so mapy advantages a groat man, of her slater counties cannot boast! tit. To give you what folks are doing In the way of "boosting" their town and county, am mailing you under separate caver a copy of "The Free and Press" published at Stuttgart, will say, it does not exagenato in nny manner in regard ito the different industries etc., engaged in, for I know from my own observation, and rtdally believe it to bo the leading to,vn of Its slo in the Sthte, a3 well 03 Arkansas county being ono of the foremost in agriculture. OHAS. R. CARSON. ' Cuts and bruises may ibo healed in about one-thltho time required by applying tho usual treatment by Llnanicnt. Chamberlain's It is an anitlsaptic and causes such Injuries to heal without maturation. This Unimont also relieves soreness of the .pains. For muscles and rheumatic m sale by all druglsts. Would you try a plat of alfalfa, if we wore to furnish the seed without any cost to you? A large tiumber of farmers in this county would raise alfalfa, if they knew that it could be grown profitably on their soil. Every farmer, who is a reader of this paper, may try a small plat of alfalfa, at our expense. We have made arrangements with the Farmer and Stockman, of St. Louis, of an acre. whereby we can offer any of our readers enough alfalfa seed to sow If this seed grows and your soil is found to yield alfalfa profitably, next year you can grow it as extensively as you desire. You can either buy seed and sow a large plat, or you can save enough seed, from the test plat to increase the acreage. Sow 1-- 10 to Cet the Seed. Send us $1.75 for our paper ono year, the Farmer and Stockman one year, and the People's Popular Monthly one year and we will send you enough alfalfa seed to sow of an acre, absolutely free of charge. When you remember that alfalfa seed usually retails for more than $20.C0 per bushel, you can see how liberal this offer is. We guarantee this seed to be the very best on the market and entirely free from weed and dodder seed. When you" sow it you arq sure of having a quality of seed, which will enable you to make a thorough test of your soil. From time to time we will publish articles in our paper on how to prepare the ground and sow the seed to insure a perfect stand of alfalfa. Alfalfa seed should be sown in Kentucky any time between August 1st and September 25th. You ehuld therefore place your order with usx at once. The seed will be mailed direct to you from the the Farmer and Stockman in St. Louis which will insure prompt delivery. Our paper needs no introduction to the farmers in this county, The Farmer and Stockman is the leading farm and stock paper in the nation. The People's Popular Monthly is ono of the best home monthlies in the country. Send us in your subscription at once, you will never have another opportunity like this to get absolutely pure alfalfa seed, fi ee of charge. Use the coupon below and mail remittance today. Address all 'orders to The d lk An ordinary case of diarrhoea can, as a rule, be cured Jy a single dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and 3larrhoea Roniody. This romodylias bo superior far bowel complaints. For m sale by all drugbita. .Bee as a Messenger in War. An ant ioa no wniai of direction. Itomoved a Caw jards from its hill "wanders about ttinloasly 'with no It idea of ftho kkt liouie. Tho riense of orientation la much loojtiur da the carrier pigeon, lnt it is simply ier-i- ct In the 1m. Tl!s last returns to iw hive, imaiking the infallibly j)rowiblal Mx Jlno." For this loason i)loy the bee It Is now projiuMv.'d to as a mesa.n)r in war. Stintght .tlirougli tlio Uiv.h of the tiiuuny it anay be sent wltih erifety and juaibhe-inutlcprecision. A ju;iigo as long as the Ten Comniandmontu may be mlcroaconically ivoorded in a ttpaoe al not larger Uuui a iiin'B hear and pliotugraphlcal-ly- f Such a tiny message may glued to tho ho.tr el! a itnu. be Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S ' - i fCA STO j. R IA at Bad Month. riYof. Aajusjustus Meyer, the oral-.nea llaUokoa astrologer, laauod iliullotln from Uie "slurry messengers" a yoBterday, In which lie pnuplwli .groat jnany tjm4blo oakunltAes. litre are Uio pnudlattouH tfor tiho . 'inMnedJato futuure. As on Alnwrtoui astrologer, I therefore wish to etxUo that tho ho&toit " weatiher in historyi or on iwcond, will 'j.ocucur fiwu tho 13th to tlw.aut In- apianit lloviiviX tho most Inteiuo lieat Ji- - . .. hi i. l.. v.,rll.i.M - rn Mm Iflhll. oil nil wiii no A w19th, 20th, 22, 25Ui, 2t)th, 30th .Jfiiii, datos 31st lnaUmto. Pa Uiw " w"" SToat tuurnwnwo"i jd had of labor, and nrlc-followed. A clianoe for tho ibdttor was noted soon aftor the Dimgloy law The iniprovmient boianio effoatjVB. lncrtased during the jioara of Its operation. The increase in the farmer's prosperity ,wias felt in every lino of business, bur, then, as in pravtous Another Free Trade Four Years. ysiiva nd under tarliar tariffs, inhere With the exact analysis and the was a constant cry that lihe farmer cnltl loiric n,f n. mtind cma tmimv 7 t was the vlotini and not the .banoflicary Qm msurament dt aollMcal cause of tariffs levied nmd ir,i)initalnod for the promotion of manufacturing. v u Hjnry WattQrS0I1( It Is, of cca.e. Impossible for anyLjulsrtle Courier-Journa- l, ifonedaste as body to explain how farming lands follows tjlie outcome of PivAildontTaft' efforts to divorce from the Republican can Increase greatly In value "withparty will go wluh ns out a steady and remun native dedistinguishes and dilferenitlates mand for their products, growing out which of a homo market In iwhich labor is It as a iparty: steadily employed at fair wages. That The Illgh ProtectiTO Tariff lis as suredly on Its last legs. It is bound is ono of tihe thlmfli "no fellow cam to so. in our opinion itilie Republican find out." The demand for tlie lands party will go with t precisely as wihloh increases their value ds a result when Slavery went iby the ilwand De- Of economic conditions making their mocracy (followed oftr. There "was products salable at all times and at Ino seiwjatlng Demosracy and Slavery good figures. To gauge the farmer There 'Is no luqparatlng Republicanism prosperity unidyr protection, we Suave now .tho official figures of tho Census aud Proteotionlsm. durda right. When Pro- Bureau, showing tho Increases Mr. Watterson (between 1900 tectionism goea, the llepuhllcan party ing tho consi period go is. But not for long. Protection-Is- and 1910. They ought to ibo an unwill go, but return, ii it always answerable argument to such as (have has returned whenoer ibanlahed. Four beon contending that tho farmer lias years of Fro-Tradomination, com no legitimate dntrest in maintaining inducing, as 1lO,wsvMms probable, iw 1th condltdons as they are, and in standMircli 4, 1913, will just as surely be ing pat 'for letting well enough alone. followed by a long period of iprotec-tIoin)- For rtihay bliow that farm land3 more ns was the Fnoe-Trufour tlian doubled in value during Wha dye-ad- o covered by hectoilms. In 1900 j'eaa-1S93. which began March 4, $13,051,- Uie pity uf It la that (through suoh lands were valued at fiut tlw fatuous blunid mlng of a Presi 033,000. In 1910 tliiywore valued1 at dent eleoted aa a Ropubllcan tlie coui $28,384,821,000. Tho lnoneaso Iln val try siiould be completed to again pass ues was 118 por cent. Fanm build' tlirough the dmial horrods of another lngs, always and qveryiwhere good in dications of the 6tate of prosperity on Froo-Trad- e 'four years. tho fanm, nearly doubled In value, bo Soomod to Give Him a Now Increaso being from $3,530,614,000 in Stomach. la 1900. The increase dn fanm lmple"I suffered intensely after eating and oo medicine or tnoatmont I tried seamed to do. any good,"' iwrltoa H. M. Youngpoters, Editor of Tho Bun, Lake Viow, Ohio. "Tho Jllnst few A man or woman Id each looolltr. To dosos of (IhaiuborLiln's Stomach and Join tho Supreme Council at thli ioeUty tf Liver Tablets gaw me eurprlslnig and Introduce our Benefit CerUAeate and tlie Bucoml buttl seemod to among frlende and acquaintance!. Must be between 16 and GO year o ace, QWe give me a now stomach awl perfectall or only ipare time. Wo pay caah bese-flt- a ly goad health." For eale by all drugfor itckneM, Injuries, aeoldent and deatha. Kxperience not neceuary. Can gists, jn make from IM 00 to IKE 00 a month and up. A well luiown Des Moines .woman A pleasant and hljrhly prodtabje profoe-IoKvery member eecured means a a,ftor suffeilug mlaerably for two certain 'assured Income (or you every Into busidaj's from bowel complaint, wtis cur- month thereafter, Why net ness for yourself NOWt No capital needed .by ono doso of Qlamberlaln'sCol ed. Send for particulars. lc, Qholera and Diarrhoea Roniody. BOX LA-29COVINGTON, KY. For tale by all druwriutia. in Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, actfing dlreatly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system. sent free. Price 75c. Testimonials lwr bottle. Sold by all Druglsts. TVilr. .TfnllVa Tnmllv Pills for mn- st,)atjon ra 3 m de su de s - A High Sign of Prosperity. What lihe farmers get out of How's This? lias besai made plain in nun) ItJ We offer One Hundred Dollars any case of Catarrh th.it wajs ilurirag almost a uVioado and n ward for protoatlon of uninterrupted Catalan half of cannot be curtd by Hall's American industry .by a (protective & CO., cure. F. J. CHENEY tariff. Tho Dinigley tariff law,which Toledo, O. repealed and displaced tlie D Wo the undersigned, halve known tanllf law of tho middle 'JIj, F. J. Cheney for the last lo jears, bocamo operative in 1897. 'Under the and belle'o him perfectlj' honorable Djmocratic tariff law, ftho, Anwri can In all business transactions oiul finan by ainnmd cially able to carry out any obliga- farmer, although faired sun, and growing , bounteous crops, by his firm. tions made was in the slough of despond. DeWALDING, KINNAN & MARVIN, mand had fallen away, owing to O. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, pro-toc'ilaw-orot- ic A Repuhlican, Hartford, Kentucky. , Date. THE REPUBLICAN. :J .,v - -- t Hartford, Kentucky. "if - Enclosed find $1.75 for which send me your paper one year, the Farmer and and Stockman one year and the People's Popular Monthly one year. It is understood that Uie Farmer and Stockman is to mail me postpaid enough alfalfa h falfa seed to sow of an acre of groundr one-tent- t t t My Name My Address i iU.Mlll.Ut.ilii,i,IUI.lIl , New or renewal to The Republican? ments was from $749,778,000 (to That this great increase in farm values wtis not a axjsult of tihe pon-ln- g of new lands as eliiqwii In tho figures setting out the comparative number of farmB in tho county last yaar the and ten years earlier. In 1900 0,737,672. in number of farms was 1910 the number liad Snonea&od to an litanoaso of hut little mane and than 10 iar cent ho higlxUt surest teat Is Ifound In the acreage values of farm lands. In 1900 the average value of an acre of farim land in t,hls country was $15.C0. dn 1910 this had Increased' to $32,50, on increase of 103 per cent. iJast year ithe men In onjoyment of this remarkable prosperity Boomed to be Im- pi Jisod iwith an idea that it was In no way due to the uaunamlic legislation, the continuance of which was then threatened. TJioy ehowwd a surprising lnidlfferenco to the assaults made of uixni the itarlff, and thai lands to place its revision again them In tlie hands of the iparty wthloh made the tariff law of the tuily 90a fThoy had forgotten haw iwoll off they had grown without downward iwislan Perhaps th'.eo census jitatlstlca Mill refresh their momonlos. ILLINOIS CENTRAL arid Aug. 12 Chicago - to $15 A' St. Louis $12 Detroit - - $18 Y.&M.V. RAILROADS Tickets limited to return to August 27, 1911. Aug. 19 otl Louisville $12 EXCURSIONS Cincinnati - $14 IIN Norfolk - $18 Washington h $18 AUGUST TO THE (Aud Other Eastern Points) ANNUAL to NORTH 4 EAST Yazoo and Miss Tickets limited to return to September 3, 1911. WANTED rt Blind Dizzy Spells. ro-lK- n. 3, C Mre. Cora from thfe place: "I used to hove blind d4zy spells, and Weak, cold spells waat'nll over ma. Different doctors coukl not ell uie what was wrong. After taking Ordul I am all right and in bettor halth than for 10 yeara." Cardui U a remedy for women which has been utod by woman for nearly a HfaUaie. It preYeatfl Uie unntioeyiory pulrw pf troubles, such as headache, baok-atfhe, dlzainees, dttfeggiBg fckwu feel- s. ibch, w. Try u. 4ili4; Wilmington, N, wriUw fa-mu-x- The farosApply front all points on the Illinois Central and pi Valley Railroads in Louisiana, and all poiHtemMissippi EXCEPT stations on the Illinois north and including S8natobia and Holly Springs, and Centra EXCEPT stations on the Yazoo and MUsiwippj Valley Railroad, north of and including Clayton and Crenshaw, Mfce. PULLMAN STANDARD and TOURISTS WILL BE RUN SLEEPING CARS R. R., Agent, or to For further information apply to nearest I. C. '&M v G, H. BOWER Gwwal Panger Agent, Memphis, Tm iv .tin THE HEREAFTER IN A '; l LV I) ?. ' &V L-- if' t no to itako our boy to tho doctor to cure an usly rftOPJ,TJNO BY PAST ERRORS. Tho Kind Yoti Havo AUvnys Bought, nnd which lxns heen Whilst Catholics am returning to the boll In a short time." Quickest present Pope has Okla. "I raid 'put Bucklen's Arnica in uso tor over uu years, jias uonio mo mgiiuiuro ui tho Bible and tho ami tins uccnnmiiuiuiucr um ioi-T- y'r dlrcctwl that their noctplo ibo encour Salvo on oV Silo did so. and It cured sonn supervision slnco its Infiiucy. In. BLblo Btudy, Protestants ana tho boll nl a short itlme."' Quickest aged Allntviin nnn in tlfipp.lvn villi In tills. Uio healer of hunns, Scalds, Cuts, Corns, drifting Into Infidelity under hut All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd" designations Higher Criticism Bruises, Sprains, Slwalllngs, Best Pile modern Experiments that trlllo ivlth and endanger tho health of and Evolution, said tho viator. Our i cure on earth. Try It. Only 25c at all Infants and Children Experience ngntust I3xpcrinicut. in got druglsts. NOTE HEADS fathers .during tho dark ages . CARDS .. awny from tho Bible iby Buposlng an $ Liquid Dynamite. "apostolic suggestion." Gradually the POSTCARDS got tha Bible's placet under tho rTho Mexicans havo a native brndy Creeds ENVELOPES v, '; supposing tbat they ngwdd. Now li'ave called aguardiente, which la a spe Castorla is a harmless suhstltuto for Castor Oil, Pareis Pleasant. goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. Ing outgrown those Creeds in residi- cies oaf liquid dynamite, as palatable - BLOTTERS ng tlhom many many are rej ctlng th as ccrroaivo sublinmio nnd as full of contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic BJLL HEADS destroys "Worms of Mthstnncc. Its ago is its guarantee. Bible also, This Is a mistake! fTho pot ntlal dviltry as an egg is cures Diarrhoea and Wind nnd allays Fevcrlshncss. Bible Is tho most .wonderful ibook in' moat. When you find a Mexican gon- Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation v tho world iwhen allowed to interpret tkmian adornod wi.h a belt full of LETTER HEADS y PROGRAMS if, assimilates tho Food, regulates tho and Flatulency. itself. It (Tumidvcs th.s only allyilng deadly wpions dtcora'Jre and de Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy nnd natural Bleep. ground for huniaa brotherhood and luging his Interior witli aguardiente Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. world "it ds the pnrt of prudence to retlro to 'SHIPPING TAGS The Christian brd'honhcod. STATEMENT HEADS otherwise ds toeing anarchy. A lost a' bombproof. There is ancituvr tipALWAYS fluid, religion will soon im-aa lost God, ule. a white. Innocat-lookln- g '.' ' 'TLABELS which is dilutlllad from ,,and a lost future hope, and a selfish. coiled Boars the Signature of strife) for tho present llfo only., a cactus of tho 'same namp, which u. '' PERFECTION. has In It all the combined energy, MAN'S FALL FROM '. STOCK FORMS BOOKLETS j Lot us net mourn our errors of the adilvlty and homlaidal possibilities cf past unduly, ,but at once, now, get a volcano mlxtd up with tho gablo ! ' Its end of an Arizona mule. In former right witfli God and his Book! ' CATALOGUES ' ORDER BLANKS presentation Is logical from Genesis days tho Apache Indiiams made a crudi to Revelations. It tolls of tho porfeo difl'jliatlon of the sarnie sMimanitul, as a pre" tion of our first parents, of the test wlhloli thoy call , DEED BLANKS MORTGAGE BLANKS land liminary to a raid among tha ranches itiholr loyalty, of their failu-A- i of Ha nnnal'T !. nth. not. ftprnnl totltoiro anid settlements of the desiccated iter In aiu.-n- n It tells that all of present imperfec- - ritory or Arizona at was a grout THE CENTAUR COMPANY TT MUP.PIAT TT. HCWfOKH CITY. point at view, mwni tni mftr.il and nhvstcal cess from an Indian are incidental to the death penalty, thrrtnch it. mlciht not have mot the apTrom20,000,000,000 haive been born dying proval of .tho Woman's Christina Union. Uoston. Heralu ixjranc2 anld soon toplod over dnto the toirtb. GOD'S MEHOY MAN'S ONUY HOPE. H"l"fr,tMfr,H"l,4TT,l"TTT'H"l A Lifetime Trouble. God's mercy cannot allow sinners themto live in haplness in Injure Ingram, Texas "Ever since I beLet Us Submit Estimate dti Your Next Work. selves and cithers and to mar creation came a Tsoman," writes Mrs. E. M. nor could It permit sinners ti live in Evans, of this place- - "I suffered from All Work Guaranteed. torture to hlasplremc tho Holy Xntne-Bu-t womanly trouble. Last toll, 4t got one ithing could be done under so had, I had to stay in bed for neartho Van arranged. .Man could bo re- ly a week every month. Since taking deemed ,by a Savior dying "tho just Cardul, I feel better .than I have for for tho unjust" to square the demand, yeairs." You can rely on Cardul. Preof justice against the race through pared especially for women, It relieves (INCORPORATED) a pur womanly pain, by acting on the cause God one man's diiscibedkroccy IJo. 22 race and builds up womanly strengjn wner posed this remedy 'for all tho WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE RT COST. "hoforo the foundation of th world." it. is most needed. Purely vegetable. jllld, but certain In action Try It. "In duo .time Christ died for the 1 ' "He tasttd dtath (not .for At your druggists. ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, torment) for every, man." WAITHNC TRPPK THE PRISONERS SETTING FiREE HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME AU3t l. Mr. John Hooker and daus fTho B.ble alone toach's that men It ters, .Misses sauie mui .mm iuiu mu ddo when they b.ot to die; yet t OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD me Barny, of near McHenry, were probably ho erected calls this a "Ble"' because.there is ata building will both guests of Mr. Scioto,- Hooker Sunday. bo "a ro3urtion of tho dead, PELLAGRA BREAKS for the pellagra patients. BE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN has been There are tiwelve women amid five Just and unjust," The Prophets and Miss Willie Bennett whoslowly Im as sick for quite a hile, is wel ? OUT AT ASYLUM roiin at the instutlon affected with- Apostles all "fell asleep" as Tlneyare REACH. will proving. We hope Miss Willie the malady, according to the stotc- all others of Adam's race. pnison-fliousun soon ibe well again. men;t of Dr. YU U Willis, the asylum sleeping in a great prison tomib shall Mis. S. H. RendVr who has had tyconscious until tho are 111 suipenin'tendent Several Other Patients to 'be opened and thoy shall bo called phoid fever Is, we aro glad to say helad? Nolth- - forth What is a cold in the This was Bhown) by many Scrip much better. She has little If any With Symptoms of fever now. lng to worry alhout if yoi treat it tlUTCS- s Mrs. J. W. Carter and children, of v with Ely.'s Cream Batou Neglected, T1HE DELIVERER THE RANSOME1 Disease. cold may grow into catornh, and was not suf Iclent that Jesus came Centertown, who have been visaingy the It be eo Inflamed that and died for man's sin. That sa'is-saoti- relatives In this community, left iMon-datho breath for a few days visit to relatives ycu have to Hgh for every cf Justice is ijrellmiLnary to August 7. Oases Lexington, Ky I Balm their recovery from the prison and near Matanzas. It, is true that Ely's Cream Stlato of pellagra, for which tho (Mr. Alvin Ross nnd family visited ca'Janh, promptly. But you from the Iheadiitary weaknesses which masters the Mr. Mack Ross of Centertown Sunday. Boardi of Oontrol will probably make know the old saying olbout Who ounce led tlLcont o the prison, house, ti u n nnmw.tt will soon be at its moot of prevention. Thertlforo uso Cream tomb. Hence the RedeeniCT is also arrangements cr isoJattom house Iwad to bo the restorer and Llfoglver. The rvody to move Into Ibis new 10, havo been Balm when tho cold in the $1.35 ing horo August 9 and Herald All druggOats, COc, or time for that deliverance or "res'iltu- - which is doubtless ono of the very The Republican and Louisville WTo shows itself. of found among tho Iconates Warren tion" ds still future, but near. Itwlll n'cest farm hou3es In tlii county. maillod .by Ely Bros,, DC 1.50 The Republican and Courier-JournEastern Kentucky Asylum here. There Street, Nuw Yoric, at Jesus' second adent Kays Quite a number of young people dofln- vls-if1.75 ana naw eawnit'O-- n or more well from the Matanzas Sunday bchcol St Peter. 'Ac's 3:19-2The Reptulican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at hospinnr Rnni.iv school Sunday. We A Strange Story. od oases of tho cYswise dn the MESJ9EAH1S KINGDOM THEORY EX 1.25 hone they will coma again The Republican and Home and Farm Argyle, Mich. Mrs. Wm. H. Carson PLODED others are ill andaro tal and .. ,v,i ,.in,,,i,,. iu,t ,hv .. Llttlo Miss Margaret Bentmi is vis- o iwhlch in a lotitor from Argyle, says; "I was Inquirer 1.75 EusnKCted df being pellagra, but of The Republican and almost wild with pain dn my head, an err. it nms J.bus l.imself that told 'Woe he uncle, Mr. Carl Barton, ywt developed puEtlclently ... IIIH I havo not t r jinnsinri uiovor.iHjru 3.25 othdr swero pains from womanly trou fir i.i. 1IHI.11IK1 iMUiill JIL VOUikV The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald for, accurate! dtagacs's. the bles. After using Cairdul, I obtalued jvars when his Bride-Churc- h Terrible Train of Troubles. 3.25 Practically all of these cases havo great rollof. Further ,use of Cardul "elect" an ill be ossoolaitftd iwatlx him The ttEPUBUCAN umi uauy uwensDoro inquirer aiipertn-tendeLalce Charles, La. Mrs. E. Four- developed. Or. J. C, Willis, iwlsed mo from my bed of agony. Car- In his khiRdcini ami work; and viwn he O'boro Messengor 1.75 of itjho Asylum, taild WednesThe Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k dul saved my life when nothing Satan shall bo bound. Revelalloie nier, BIG IClrby street says; "a month boforo I took Cardul I could day, within the Jast year, hut what else would help me". Whuthor 3o- - 20:l-5- 4 1.75 ., u.tc hma iv mil- - iflnrft-- hardlv walk. I had backache, head- - The Republican and Kentucky Farmer .,. ,i, ,.. isfl of idle ddstosa it has not rlously sick, or simply ailing, take i l re fathers led on to all the gnlovoua - ache, pain In my legs, chills, fainting been doteranlmed, as ovn tho highest Oanlul, the woman's tonic 1.30 eome-whi- at feelings TnE Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. Eclontlfic authorities aro stilll lieves pain, regulates irregularities, roirs from (which wo are now seeking spells sick stomach dragging ,tak- , 1.50 puzzled as to tho cause of tho budlds weak, nervous wonvwi baok- to AJ J3Jnrw nn. ivw nni Mill nrniv "Thv and no Dationco or course. Since srr The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer disSisc By moab authorities, however health. Ask your druggist about Kingdom come, ,thy will bo dono oai'lng Cardul, I have no moro painrnna rating It. coram 1 earth ever as it is domo in heaven?"' fool good all tho time." lake it Is thought tD ho duo to the The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.25 Is nnd get the benefit oi mo i.uua. corn products in which tihere aiv coming Messiah's 'Kingdom of Tho principle. by herb ingredients, which have been BALD KNOB. Bomo baoteria or injurous the key to the world's Wesslng porfoc- - round so efficient ror iwonminy ntfghborhood restltutlon-ta- ck Apparently hi suprort of this is tho to human Aug .Heal til In this pella,nrM-xii Other neoplo have done tho testing R.'n. faat that most of the cases of Is very good, and prospects ifcn a good i developed In tb asylun -You profit by their exrionco. Try gra that have corn crop much, hotter. "HIGH CALLING" OF THE BRIDE. wards wlwro lianro originated In tho WhUn wnfirtu for his "duo tlliw" " There will be singing at ihla place aro largo quanMitfcs of com syrup next Saturday night and preaching to come for Jie blessing of mankind mucU One for the Loafer. used while in other wards whero Sunday by the pastor, Rev. IX. God is not Idle, Ho madu ono eeotlonl . ITT know tit tttio eyrup are quantlU emaller during tho Jewish age from amongst, iNdv, kn't Uio Shelby Record tW Miss Bessie Torrence who Was luoen good, used ithero havo hoen only a how to tell the truUi that peolo of a solwtJy few, for his Just, this r f oii.qfra. Folldwdng o VtlB.D vt staying at Mr. Anderson's, of Hart futuro .work. And during tints Chris- round, wholcsonio one, at ithait wnen a .iA nr. WllUs has inauguraUxl an- It W)B tlw following? Road It: home Saturday to spend tian age God has been making g ford returned of Invosu'gatlon by oUminat-in"If there la ono thing nbovo an-"th months. Church a fowl other election the foode aiwi mating tho varloua crher a young man alinuld be Mtos Roxie Tgleheart, of Brldo the Lamb's Vife,". mas Th fliwt Xocd cut of aunt, Mrs. S. M, Taylor, spell torture aslumtd of doing, it is lcslliug With vlelted her Tho ckotione do not com yrap and all of this place last wvok i com, corn mankind out aim or purpose or profit, on Uio to tlio nonelect ana&s?s,f Prize Offers from Leading prxxkicts or forma of corn. SandriCur, of St. Houls, but the rsvenso, bleislng. Through streets or In stores day artor any, Mr. A. A. nmhiing to do, . dteiaeo b not orllnr-U- y Mo., sient a few days wlUi iHilatlvea AHhoofeh iw If you have theoo "oltct" eains God's favors and all Book on patents. "Hints to inventors." "Inventions needed." tho BUjotwl to. bo contagious, Aiinn's stay at heme a pant of tho time, at tW placi wlbek tt?fore last. morcJoa will he iourtd at "Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model lor eoww-whNon'lHo race for a thousand yoars ror thMr at any rate. No young mau .witn formerly. atteudants at tho asylum foel Mduni nw.nn Emlbtw. search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Greeley was bo with uwoasy about tavlng tfl LchVlexandor Davis and Bill Davis' full uplift to all that was lost In einv &At p sjicct will oantont hlnifcAJt of Patents, anias such had full charge of Acting Commissioner at wlth'ojpirtns to no liiglu'i xvputatlon paUwito who aro afflicted wlUi It lent last Sunqay w-- .ir, jwihuu Edon ami roloamed, at Calary, the U. S. Patent Office. loafor and cf tho board; of Control swwlofur. ti,o mMtlw Tihls dors not mean tjhait Owro is to ttan that of a ohrolc Sabbath School fcs progrvaslDg nicely iv. nj miiwlahmpiit for sin. Quito! to s'ore hex magnate. Nothing mill so hro August 9 and 10.will U 1" ' Wada bo higher faculties of the ttiat bobw at ML PicMsant. tlio contrary every wrong not, word blunt tho y ' Effected toatatoK iU paHnM mind ns inactively; and no luac'tivl-tfor of thought has Its Aawlina .Influence l INGOltrOKATKIJ in Its Thero la not wm at si forns Is so banyful anil malevolent wMh piwgra. c 1 1 y,r and iw(U bring lfe ."alripes." It does oW, WASHINGTON, Mjrliwi for an Isolated ward os that voluntary ddlpnesn term. the FOR FLETCHER'S inoaii that note afo sPiw In tuntuiu. offot I. iing.- an 4toono ro "W'V1 tbH.alHorMid All are ''ielveV lnUiiel, hades, tho ed wl,fcWla "My wife wanted Just-as-good"- LET US PRINT. YOUR -- NUTSHELL. By Pastor Russell. tomb, and nil will bo West and dealt with toy their redoemver. Therefore every goad endeavor now will bring pre pontJornto upHflt of char c& r and on. tdm futuro favorably, even la Uioio not of the saintly elect class. fttoly rjsn Wlfo got Tip Top Advloo. Q What is CASTORIA It It It It ? It '' "circulars GENUINE nio-ca- l, CASTORIA t " nd The Kind You Have Always Bought Use For Over 30 Years. -- Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 'Phone THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co. HARTFORD, KY. y" E--- I t t o ... E.G.BARRASS. Manager.;! It t es OUR CLUBBING RATES. al 3. wi se-on- I ro ..... .li . -- mt .. -' -- E-2- Address all orders to M THE REPUBLICAN. .wtt I , re-fc- iuana, ml. jtateSm itC5 Manufacturers' we-.'k- uia Children Cry tefe GREELEY &M9INTIRE D. U IF itWo CASTORIA C ''I' . tnljl 'f mam 6 - The Fifth Annual Hardinsburg, - - Kentucky. AUGUST 22, 23 end 24, 1911 -- Fi "StsJsze -- V v HOME COMING WEEK FOR EVERYONE 3S1CO SsucLcLle StsLlee- - Plet-it- y A $100 Derby of Music. Something Doing all thp Time. A - $100 Harness t Clean, Moral, Old Fashioned County Fair. A display of Agricultural Products. tion of Hogs, Sheep, Cattle and Poultry each day. Horse Show, an exhibit A RUNNING and TROTTING RACE EACH DAY. OUR FLORAL HALL THE BEST ZXT THE STATE. REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS. TRAINS STOP AT FAIR GROUNDS. Porm1 ZrliypYOUNG - Hartford Republican. Entered according; to law nt the l'ostofflce Hartford. Ky.. a mull matter ot the etond C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER EDITORS RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. Address alt communications The Hartford Republican. to 3Rouc2. saVvr... -- .... .40. ,22. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11. ' ,c , -- REPUBLICAN TICKET : . ' ,t ( ; ? I j ' ... FJor Governor, EDWARD C. OREAR. of Mt. Sterling. For Lieutenant Governor, U I BRISTOW, of Goorgotqan. ( 1 ,I 1 h 1 f I ' For Attorney General, ' THOS. B. McGREGOR, of Beaton, ', Auditor, i XEONAEO W. BErHBRUM, of Mt.. Vernon. Vor Treasurer, HERMAN F. MONROE, , of .LouIsyIUo. orotary of State, For A. J. OLIVER, of Scottavllle. Far Commdsslotier of Agriculture, D. W. GLARK, ' of Barbourvllle. rar Superintendent of Public Instruction, T. W. VINSON, of Princeton. For Clerk Court, of Atypc&te, C. 8. WiLlSON. of Williamsburg. jiof It'etpnoacntatlYo Ohio County, I. A. LEAOII. of Beaver Dam. Fr 1 'l "Wo foi-go- For Senator, O. H0LGIAN, of Alorjsantown. n to mention In our lirl- of on the question cle last Judgo O'Ruar's rujlguatlon as a iihon- aJW,of (Uw Court of Aiveals, that S;n- t wet-i-t BPayjitorwusalfoaniMiiiberofUw T5?3r ?Q55rt of Appoils whlhi he was u 4Mto lot Voitvd plates Riu'.or.und can- - did not resign, but held the position rear- - In the imanttlme all Sorts of d United States mlsrepreaenta'lons are until Ills talary as against Judge O'Rear and Jus posiSenator was nip-- . tion on thy county unit ju jetton. In The Cartoon in The Evening Post ona breath Mr. Watterson warns one" day last week, representing Maivio he tiha people against ihlm ibecouse Henry sulking Jn his tent, tolas one says he is a rank prohibitionist end has wall toning of the fin ist which that a'aiper about State iwido prohlbl-t'o- n ever (published, dt wa3 accompanied elected in the futuTe If ho by a political poem by Charks iHainll Goveiwnwhlle in the next he charges ton Mugrove, entitled "Lumrplng In him with Insincerity and with taking the Rear O'Raar" which was a rpttaich a ipos.tlon for mere pospulanltiy, and and wo ibeliee will have ittoe oftoot with Improper motives. Ithie man in great to stop the attempts of tlho the country Mho rdads thjae 'oditor-lal- a editor to penpetrate political poetry .will idraw In the Courier-Journ' on Ms readers In the future his own conclusions. The Republicans of Ohio County CASE OF "LIQUORPHOBIA." are exceptionally (fortunate in having Judge O'Rjar epcak here on SopUjmlber Harry Sommers, a tnUomt Demo4th. ilils services are so sought af- - crat, a 1)rdll!anit neswsaper Tnan and rter all oiver tflie State that many a prosp'wtljve candldato for his party Counties iIU .bo compelled to forogo for Gulxinnaitlonal honors four years during (the caimpalgn. hence, aays In the the presenica He opens wuth an address at Elizabeth- - ' News: town next Monday, wfc'lch ia also anWatterEveiybody thlnlfs Hnry other favor to the Founth Congress- - son is slnioona In lu-- s dualavj to elect ionnl DIatrJot, wJiich stood by him so tho nio-ixitl- c tickot, but no Rapub-nearunanimous in his contest for 1I(yin js as mucl, to tour,t it a9 the mmi'jnatton. nIg joollbh editorials om,th liquor certainly haa "V- - U It has ".become ewarenFthat bad KXW.) cf "llquoi phobia" nnd Bamocraac criticisms of Judge OttVar maudwiw uppueu aq onw becausu of his compliment to Senator . Bradley, dn 3ns ispcxj-- h of accaptanias, Notice to Taxpayers. aro to jvcoll upon tlio devoted head Smallhous, August 11, a. mi.V Govof the Dsmocraitiic nomlntio for Ceralvo, August 11, p. m. ernor. Tlie oponlrg of this qu SJion, Mollenry, Augustl2, ' nhlch mill doubtless play a prominent Rockport, August 14. pant In tho comipa'ign, bnlnss to the Wysox, August 15. minds tlf the ptiaple (he part vshich Prontis, August 1C, a. m. of MoCntiry played In illhie dififi Hit Cromwell, August 1C, p. m. Beckham afttr 'ho liad iwaw thkj SenaSulphur Springs, August IS. torial ntmlnoi'lon in 1007. 'Mr. Bilck-haT. H. BLACK, S. O, C. openly diargtjd iMcCrwury miith By S. 0. KEOWN..D. S. iddlng and abotlng die bolt wlilch G2it brought about his dofcuit. No,w the Iarty lias inoit only namlnaltod I Mr. Names Wanted at Once. McCrtary but has also plaood on tho Jt will tbe only a short Uiiw until Dcmiocratic ticket the Honorablo Billy our BIk Industrial Edition avIU be Is- Klair, of Lexington, one ot of tho bolt 6Uodi nDd WXJ aro desirous of giving Ing Democratic nixan-berof tli House thla edition as big circulation as who rwver cast a elrglo ivohi for possible, and ask evtiryono to give Bezkluni during tha eutlrc( iwison, us names of rela-tlwor VrlondsUut although Buokhaon bone a cortlfieute fonni'frly lived In Olilo county, so we "wUdw nuy of namlnajtion freni a S&to send tihtim a copy at Tho tfttpub-llcan- 's priiniary Hslotlon. Big Industr'al Edition. We IBdmooraciy sojms to bo (fairly di- want just as many names w pwcl-skbl- e Vlu-'and ask ourosalstaiu:e, vided on th6 county unit question. Thie Courir-Joumcontains almost dai- - you tlilnk of somj one uu 'wiouW HK-lly, ibroidald a ogalns.t it, warirj'tfig the to liave receive a oupy of tho'paper ivinmnKiitip 'party oguIiiEt u plunk of und they formerly lived in Ohio coun-- , that kind in tlu p'atfonn and pr.idlct- - ty, Kit ii3 lioina tin noun, und )us)t m 4tf jn if tJio party cojumlts Jt- - many as you can Cihiinlc of. 6Uf to the eame plank whlcli tiw Ite- aidoptod. Mr. Wnttor- publicans For Sale. 3 has gone so far aa to worn the Residence and two lots In Hartford. party, In casj a plank of this kind Is Will eoll, or tmdo for land. 3. F. WALLACE, wll nolt inserUU, the Courter-JournIlartfemr.rKy. . R. 4., leadthe hoslu. but v,iH limp In the 3W belhg-publisheal Elizaib-jthotowly EDWARDS SCHOOLHOUSE. Aug. 5. We had a nice rain Monday night and Tuesdiy Fanners every have been weaning a smile since. Mr. Wood Schroad-r'- s ibaby is very slok at this wrtallg, Mr Charley Stewart, I MEN'S of Roslne, was in this community Monday. Mr. Louis Cook and wife and Jane Vance spent 'the day wit!h Mr. John Nelson and wifle Sunday Mr. Josiept ISchroadAr and family visited their mother, Mrs. Geo. Sdhroa der Sunday. Mr. C. A. Bryant and family were the guests of Mr. Clarence Nelson, Hurton from Saturday , until Sun day. Mr. Donnan Hurt and family 6pent the day at Mr. Wood Schroader's Sunday. Mr. Lum Gray and family, Taylor Mines, visited at Mr. (Holey Splnks CLOTHING!! There is not a break in our line of Clothing. We fit any one from a boy up to a man. When a boy steps out of knee trousers, he steps right into Young Men's Cloth- ing. btyle is the mam thing that young men tiunic ol. We think further and make their three-year-old full-grow- n doe flieek. Mr. Roy Baniel was In this commun ity (Sunday. .Mr. Alex Minton .will pivach a'tthe last th'l"""" school housi tho tlilrd Sunday in this month. clothes n3 SPECIAL ! Cash. Prices. 100 lbs. 50 lbs. 1 Good as Men's tle I x Granulated Sugar . . $6.00 m Pure Lard bbl. Patent Flour 1 bbl. Salt 10 lbs. Pure Lard. 5 lbs Pure Lard .... .J ... f, . 5.25 4.75 . 1.50 . . . 1.25 05c s n al I Best Bacon, by side 13ic Bacon Butts lie 26c Paris Green, per lb 5 lb lots, per lb 25c G bars Big Deal Soap 25c G bars White Magic 25c G bars Ivory . . . '. 25c G bars Fels Naptha 25c 6 bars Lenox 25c 3 pkgs. Argo Starch 10c 10c 3 pkgs Eagle Thistle Soda not Matches 10c 3 boxes Forgot-m- e 10c 3 boxes Table Salt 8 bars White Floating Soap . . .10c But style is our first thought, too. And we pick out patterns for our young Men's Clothes that don't go into our Men's blighter, livelier, more X dashing. And we cut our Young Men's Clothes different ypunger lines and curves. Suits start at $5 to $l. Swell garments for Fall. Come in, young Man, and take a look at the new things. ,,, ... Carson HARTFORD, - (iKwrpomted') & Co x KENTUCKY. lu) ' Remember thai Place CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS, - ( al Hartford Grocery Co..,: ! . 'J f A "py f T - in i) fi- - FREE! : FREE! - Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nof talrogor loft yesterday for a sojourn at Dawson Springs. Visit Fairs' and find out tho;r Piauo Contot thab oJbout s ROTATE, 9 Y ' PIANO! FOR YOUR HOME. pensive High Grade Instrument, Manufactured by Th6 Edmund Cote Piano tUlnolsCentralRallroad-Tl- me S4t. 1st iRad Fairs - Table. At Beaver Dam Ky. North Hniiiiil. i one, rjicju, .,,...., A nl Itf V... adwrtising how 11lnn rvltrt. nnilf 4it an Cultivate and i We will give away FREE an ExManu- facturing Company, of Fall River, Mass. g"t Suii" perton or society will Kolllil HoiiiiiI. t the Piano at Fairs'. Contest .n J..lli.t n nT i rfo. 132 clue :05a)ii. gins Spt 1st-- ; No. 1(11 line S:4Sp.ra .?0lHi.ar1.,..8p.ni. No. 1.11 (Inf8l5p. m Io,lo4dne2:S.ni. $It ha3 arrived the ' Piano that Pairs nro going to glvj tijifl nrt Mason's "fruit jars 55c and CCc al 'ILWuV fjn.. Lokena & Acton's. IWp yourself by helping ius tomako Matnlo Bannstt is visiting hr. tho Bg Indufitrlal Edition th best Miss .i over publlshud- In Kentucky. slstor In DavJess county. fl Mlra Ida Schrotr, 23, and Mr. B. Mr. Ames Careon, of Louisville; Isj 1 F. Pach. 40. mvrw marrRid by Jud sipandlng v'jw days at home. fWoddlng at Wb offlca here.Wednesday yesterday Mr, John T. Mojra Wt .from iMmo to Watch Fairs ad. for a few dys in Louisville. rtlnw, It will tell you about thwlr Tho stork, luft Mr. and Mrs? B. G.j big Piano Contest that begins Schroor a fine girl, yostcrday morn bst. ' ' L Fertilize! Your soil properly, and suits will most surely satisfactorily. POOR SOIL GOOD Ing. 1 Fine bargains aro to 5c aud lOd counter. StK . . . i Rv. E. B. Coony .will iirach the bo had on our? m Wysonig imo tol sarnion of Jamas at fnwxt Sunday at JIarvln's Chtapel LIKENS & ACTON. t Hi 11Vl.1r.lr , ,.'i The Piano has arrived and is on display at our store Come, to the Store und have us explain this new advertising plan. COTEST BEGINS You have SEPTEMBER to-day! 1. a splendid opportunity to get this WATCH i.4 Come ADS. IN THE REPUBLICAN. FOR OUR Piano FREE of all cost. ' .V jEi&&j&Cx Mi""'"m'"it Just once in a long "while we can by "Kirk's .Juvenile Bxtra Specials Soap." Soap. It is regular 25-ce- nt Splendid! You will like it. To sell at only 10c a cake. Buy this from us while we have it H at the price. K V IK ic Golfing J A THE Laundry says: " xvte Bag eight, nine, ten ! Counted out in the first round! That's the H trouble with' some C0MHs' W ic A Qfood ( .I m as Mr - lars no staying power.TBlGomni ) Why not back the stay- h 2E5L2S. SSZ iT pul&'uvwuu.Mw.. Coon branai incyr never get groggy until thev're too old to come back. And they do hold the recordvfor laundry - fr Vv wit in.rrdnUfn.backJ i- -r collar n?& styLJ Jy ou mmervr Hand Ir-- v At 1 1 i Made Korliss.Co bnj fcdb.Mdicri3 .. r. - forlS? . fVillflrsf mi .. Here is a new Collar- - ' and a dandy too-y- bu will like the "Golfing. , I' i. Bor homo at aftr a vis-- It Messrs. T. Wado Stratton and Kay 'Mis. J. C. with Mr. and h.ro Dunm.of Cromwell were In tqwn,"Wed- .Thonns. i n3day. Taylor, barber in Mr. J. Mr. B-Miss Paarl Sfccivens, our correspond W. Taylor's barber shop, will kivo ent at Dundee, Is the guest of Miss, 'Monday for a visit .with his relatives Cllffio Felix. In Indana. by a You HAVE YOUR PHOTOGRAPHS FOR Trade at Fairs' and s-- t tho cash EDITION TriE BIG INDUSTRIAL in Give thorn to oertWlaatos. coupcu TAKEN' AT ONCE. your frknd who will ibo in our Big HAVE YOUR PHOTOGRAPJIS FOR Piano Contrst. I EDITION THE BIG INDUSTRIAL' Cheapest Place of Earth" to buy The TAKEN AT ONCE. all kinds of Seeds. Fancy For the choicest Staple and The OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY CO. living Is Groceries, fi'oah all floe' Ifcime, call 29tf naruojQ, jvy 2tx We on Likens & Acton. ' Tlw local caaip of the Woodcntaof in The house party gunsts of Miss the World will havo several candito' Winona SVvVns 'have returuiod dates for Initiation at their mefing world. We i , tlieir respective homes. tonight. Refreshmenits vtl bo sjrv- interwould be Monday Mis3 Lillia Burton-wi- ll in a tor a vlsLt 'with her cousin, Mrs. Jce in JlrS. T. R. Barnard and daughters, '..1nin,1 4JJ. ni'lly nTlIf Thks-daXJWiiLUvl, rfi lwlJ'iUU J Misses Mary and Etlijl, rctui-nf- l ,. rr-- r r. .. afternoon from Llvonmore, wlirfe rs. Jolim uatrron anu uaugnier, tdW wf Sunayddle, are dmprovlug UfcV had hojn. visiltlnig for a Nol?, divs. from an ilia es of typhoid fev--a w r Pxof. I. S. Mason, of FordsVille, was If you do not bolUlvo that R. T. In tawn Wednesday and Thursday and' Her, thj Kiddler and harness man, gaye T.ho Republican a pleasant call. has somo of tlio best saddles at the just Mr, and Mrs. Claneuce Keown and ciua.pestprfc yaa ever ,saw, 4t4 yesterday for thrhdmo go, and sea on children left his has at Fondsville after a visit here jmlth Mr. .barber position ati J. W. Taylor's relatives. shop' and his position lias been fill Midssrs. J. A. Cuirman and A. J. 'Carman, of Render, and V. iM. btew- - ed bjiMr. Gilbert Bvill, of Pleasant 4r art, of Jiar tofvvn, wore pleafant call- Ridge. Users of carbon paper should try ers, jaiitejida paper. Miss Mary Stuwart.of Beaver Dam, tho famous "Echo" carbon guest Guaranteed the best papsr on the Is expected here today to be the toy The Hartford Reof Mi'B3 Anna Eliza Kieoiwn and Mr. market. Sold 44tf. publican. and Mrs. J. W. Cooper. FOR THIRTY DAYS! HAVE YOUR 11HOTOGRAPHSTAK L'leuii. C. B. Shawm returned .Wed THE BIG INDUSTRIAL nesday aftierncon from Orel, .wher EN FOR State EDITION. WHETHER OF YOUR he had bdn shooting of tho SELF, YOUR RESIDENCE, OR YOUR rifle lun&a for several daj's Clip out the advertsement of any drug store m STORE, AT ONCE. Louls-vllHon. Alvis S. Bennett, of the city and bring it to James H. Williams' drug HAVE YOUR PHOTOGRAPHS TAK axiturned home 'Monday after a THE BIG INDUSTRIAL store. That advertisement and 73 cents will get brief visit here with his sister. Mrs. EN FOR father, EDITION. WHETHER OF YOURC. Bennttlt and iW3 James the preparation offered at 83 cents; it and 37 SELF, YOUR RESIDENCE, OR YOUR near taw. package; it and 10 cents tho 19-ce- nt cents the 29-ceby STjORE, AT ONCE. Tho annual Labor Celebration oatentalned Mrs. S. A. Anderson package. The Talcum Powder offered lor UniUd Williams illniA Lccal SOD, quite a number of tho llttlo folks Mine Workers of Amtrica will be held 15 cents we will sell you for 25cents and give you I. Wednesday .afternooa In hanor of the at Williams Mines grove SeTit. package FREE! firth birthday of her daughter, Lita full 25-ce4,t2 Everybody invltad. tle Helen A'tulargon. Dr. C. Roiis Bonnu.t, iwlno iiiaa ibcJi Pictf. D. E. Fogle, moaiiW of the atWndlnig'a mrdiical colkig in CWca-g- o Colkge,ijtura- ivoral nianths. nriivl home, faculty . Goorgetoiwn for s ed to Georgetciwiii Saiturday ofUo: a . Wednesday Jle will rebrief vkit h;ro tho iguest of Judge turn about the t IneCJ of KIliKj yur. N T. -. . w. RFVm c.w nnd fanillM h.... August 2, 1911. The annual conitornrtico ol tho Meththe Several oit tho iikinibersofr odist Church will Jivcetat Qivoiivlll to ' 'youngei- - set wnjoyod lariajride Suitnber 27 and iwUl be in Hooker bluff, Wolmwday. lMVss Win five days. About four hun.dix.id are ona Stewiis and Mtes Annio Allen El ,S rtl. xpectiod to attend the comferenoe. Miss Lela Mlschkf, of EvansvilK. CUmOah vi.rvtii. ilinf !A lhkjt"n gin iMore the ohaiwrones. of (Mr. nndlrsTiloibeiit Hunter, puroliaeeil by Mr. D. D. Felix and Is aiud .M.su Nora Smith, ut Mt. Vernon Mrs. Jaones Lyons and chlldneii, being bo Ind.mrlvtd .Monday to bo, thie guests call and will soon Smallhous, ipald us u vlcusanit d DorcSnd Will's; 'Mrs. Sue Burnett ready for launching. of Mr. amd Mrs. H. E. Misehke. Th.v Montdaiy while on thu) iJturn hom.' and daughter; Msra. S. T. Baimott, wioro aosoanpaii'Ied. by Mr. and Mrs. fixwn a visit with tlw lajtoi'a brother, Wnrovn Lindieiy Mrs. Otto C. Mantln leCt y3tonday Miiciii.o and tun, Walter, wlio had Hawkina and family, John JcJwuon and Mr. Strother left Wdnieday for an Indefinite stay for LatciiTeld, Ky., wlietvi she Iwlll been vii&tiug at Evojusvllle. ntnr town. Mrs. Hunitwr U Th the at Dt,nivr and Littleton, Colo, vldt her mother and attind corrsiponident at SimIlhoiU3 Emioi-Schro.Her ' you notice DJd Mr. Rethel Duke, llnotwe operator Gnayton coumty fair. aiid'hor kititora are lnterestlne. taliins lkhotwgrairilis nlbout tho city all iy icapuuiican, iami;iu T,ho iBivokeniiidige Couctty Falriliai lor 'line Messrs. Oito C. Martin and W. P. this wtok.? aro ttor Well, thy anatcir Iboat te to be held at Hardiniburg Aug. tiilendid six hoso i)Qwer Mldkiff lvprusenttd Ohio Trilw 1S8, engravings to Ibeumd la our Dig In4s-"- ' the In Iloiich RIv.iT iSai'JUrdUV. it 23, 24 and 25 liromises In oveny iway I. O. R. M. at tlio burial- of Mr. dustrial Edition, and are only a porho has completed ibe the best fair hiold ia Wodttru second boat that Fulkereon, who was burled by tion of Uio hundred or more that will to Rufus speed. Run bo used iu illustrating tills city Quit Kentucky tliis yoar. Special tiuln this summer and lias fine Uio Rockuwrt Tribe at Pond Mr. J Rouunblatt, who has bon In Church, Saturday aSternoon, ptl service on all rail noadA, Butter ixii counity In tho finest odltlon over yittiB, lu'in and attractions this yir than business Jn this cltiy (w a tJhis part of ICwrtAiolcy. In Tlw Ifolloiwing ofiovTO wero tnstallod ovary Traina stop at the grounds 4t- - left this MtyJc for iiulsvllle, having 188, r)mcH nut IiIm atrin in Hnrwford. We at the last meotirs of Ohio Tribe Wo would like to usu a cut of ev-jrbtva Mr. J. W. Marks, who has nr.-- . Inriumi tlint 1w, will lirOll.lhlV I O.. R. M: Prophet, Jauiies C, Bin- resident of Haritiord and Ohio counon (the L. and N. enijlnix'j'iug corps fiaciwm, Otto C. Martin; Sr. ty In cur D'g Indu9'mlal Edition, Shuv Invlngton, Ky. at Hcjpk'Inisvlllor tor several months opn his store at Sagaaucre, .Laalle Hoover; Junior Sag ytur civic 'pride by biuinglnig s WE WANT TO PUIWjISH, IN OUU wi k epont a ftw daa here laet "'" -"' NUM."and tMlling us ihav a cat vtltii his partialis, Mr, nnd Mra. T, BIO INDUOTRFAL EDITION. A wuua mode if (you, far ..wry Hua'jMttort IN , H0USEI3 n BER OF THE FARM S. Mark, and Wt Monday for Tho rnun miio. WhUip.a domini in a will nuafco thj edition a 'bettor oni. iKntucky, wherw ho will br'is-Id-.M- it OiUO.COUNTY. IF YOU WILL FURu Boll, arid tlu oOot is only a ticimlraU N. on NISH US WITH A PH0T0GRAP1I well, about the goods lw lias to onT.n' rr for ho L. aro a lwllvr in Haifoml ami FAUM HOME, OR BUILD- - don't r.np tfio goldien, glawnhuj soroo niw woiilc itoat is 'being done. OF YOUR xm not? Tlvi EN- -t lara lllw one who climbs a two and Oliio ouuBtiy,aro WE WILL HAVE AN uUo W4tk. this invrlttM. iinomotion CHARGE "ihollnrs." Join us In "liollorlns" for piwvo It by gMttlns lub0( thu AND a Uamfcomti lacrtAee in salary, nttAVixn made. 9e through and helpliig ua to maWu. tjii-- edition to lOy FOR IT ONLY WHAT IT COSTS Hartford and Ohio county aeiu, lt!s HMuy tUawta'are glad tho best wer. i)ubllsheiij.n! Itov'-uclcBig Industrial Editlopi Is. S i the I W Green Phlps, an aged negro' of ( County Attorney C. E. Smith1 r H.iytl, was burkd Wednesday rtftor- - Wii'd from Evaii3vlllo, led., s' r- t day wli-- ro hocn. , ho has Iwoni on k'al Rhi-jand Lydia Daftfron, ! Sun- nydalo, are seriously 111 with typhoid $' Typewriter paier in all grades, typo " fever. .writer ribbons and carbon pxxxc lor & sale all the time at Tho Republican Bring your Produce to Likens 44tt. prices office. Acton, Hantford, Ky. Dost 2tC ' Miss Ediwina Rowo has rJturiied to patf. y-a j can be made good. SOIL can be made better. BY THE LIBERAL USE OF Horse Shoe Bran Of pure Animal Matter Fertilizers. small can double your earnings highgrade Fertilizers investment their Wheat Sowing lve another your first preparation for have our Fertilizer Warehouse year. the with the best Wheat grower crowded furnish anybody are prepared to pleased to talk to any one or ested making success raising wheat. I E.P. BARNES & BROS Beaver Dam, Ky. John-Johns- A t Hot Shot Proposition t e, nt nt ajltv-rncon- James H.Williams, Hartford, Ky. ren-airc- y y I nt; E;ia-ter- ' or.-Yo- ul dol-ING- S, t UjP (f y. y WWftU(l WKOt.8. 1:1 rt Fain Fill MODERN FARiMINO. I. crops who falls In mark-ctia- g ftt CltjTnan. Bo you keep 1008? ' 1 them. Tho lmiartnnco of price MA H, i 5.iri J--. ni.T- UiBabnitt Countrjman. No; hr"wne mono P I rir n I'y ufs. W. 8. Tlnsley, Clerk, C K. Smith At Mlooly to l3vovjrlookod, comments It is methods cf gfittlwg stung. Xlrat ork. torney. Hartford. Court convenes BARNETT & SMITH, tho Youth's Companion Grouted that Easy Woman's Hom-- j 0&miftniifl. Monday in each month. It costs 40 cents to lroduoa a bushel Begins on Quarterly Quarterly Court of onions, and that thoy can bo sold the fourth Monday In February, May, Cheap Clubbing Rates. To get the beat of Backache a. profit of 25 A" tt"d N.Ye?,b.trL for CO cents, thoro Is .. L.UUn 11 Vllll VCIICH lllHk A UC1' We havo made an arrangement wlti We Med FREE a bottle Germmsl. HARTFORD, - KY. Get a Box of per aero more profit Om ncro of a qaielr reUef day In January and Xlrst Tuesday In the the publishers of the Inland Farmer, for lig trouble, coujrn, pk in diett, and thet Uctober. prfoo can bo raisal to CO cents Will praetice their profession In all ta S. Moey. Other County Offlcerc-- C. run down feeKsg. (M&nAi.WwJ tiurveyor, Fordavlllc, Ky., R. P. D. courts of Ohio and adjoining; col coneuimtr jwys 20 per cont nior for of Loulsvlllo, whereby we' are enablod No. 2; llernard Felix .Aweseor, Uart-forAnti-Pai- n 100 OHIO nnd Court of Appeals. Sp- - tf atCOMPANY liis article, tho fanner receives Ky It. P. D. No. 2; Henry Leach, to furnish Tho Hartford Republican Box 95 MEDICAL COLUMBUS, OIHO . . eirusted Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. B. tention given to all buslne more profit. Ono acixs of jer cent Otherwise Backache to their care. Collections aria tho Pracltlley, Coroner, liartrord. and that paper ono year for $1.50. onions sold at CO ojnts a Ibushel untice of Criminal arid Real Estate Law May get the best of you JUSTICES' COftltTS. Tho Inland Farmer is a weekly Jour Specialties. Office in Republican buildder those conditions Is more jiroflt-aW- o 'Nothing disturbs the human D. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday ing. nal and ono of the beat farm papers than two acres sold at 50 cents Bnckbee' "Full ot Life" Northern Crown after 3rd. Monday In Marc!), Tuesday afsystem more than pain whether oj ter 3rd Monday in June, Frdlgreed Seeds have reputation of a bushel, although tho farmer rcoeiw: published in tho United States. Our toccettful seed growing a behind tbem. 98t years to 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after it be in the form of headache, pays Tuesday after nkint the heitt backache, neuralgia, stomachache much less money In tho aggregate, be3nl Monday In December. readers should tako advantage of Seasonable Specialties O. B. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afte or the pains peculiar to women. FRANK and the cause the capital Invested 3rd Monday In March, Wednesday after BEANS Pills arc a Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n tf this offer. Earliest Red Valentine . . Jj.jo Gushet 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after outlay havo been much less on the , . jj 3$ Bushel Refueee Extra Early standard remedy for pain, and 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday New 6lrlnfless Green Pod . $3.70 Bushel siaglo acre than on "the two. How after 3fd Monday In December. are praised by a great army of Buy it now. New Is tho t4mo to waruwen s imp. Kianey wax u 50 imsnei John H. Miles, Itockport, Friday aftor men and women who have used get this Increased prlco involves Davis New White Wax' to 7S Bushel buy a bottlo ot Chamborladn's Oollc, HARTFORD, - KY. 3rd Monday In March, Friday after Curric's Rust Proof Wax them for years. fl so Bushel 3rd Mpnday In June, Friday aftor 3rd jo. rtudy of many problems, Including Oholera and Diarrhoea Itemodyj It PEAS . tsw Bushel Will practice his profession in Ohifl Monday. In September, Friday after 3rd "A friend was down with LaGrippe Extra Early Alaska thoso of transportation, methods oif Monday In December. Is almost certain to he ncjedod beand nearly crazed with awful backache. and adjoining counties and in the Court, New Early Gractus . . . . $5 50 Bushel J. C. Jackson, Centertown, Saturday Pill and left telling, the charactor of market to be I cave her one Anti-Paillorsford's Market Garden . $i 50 Bushel Appeals. Criminal practice and CoKi y fore the summer is over. This rune-dafter 3rd Monday In March, Saturday af lections They helped another for her to take. Buckbee'a Lightning Express j 00 Bushel a Specialty. Office In the Her sought, or adapting the produce to ter 3rd MondaV in Jlinn. Knturilnv nff.r her right away, and she says she will has no superior. iFor sale by nil Lettuce, Rftduh, Tomato and a full Tine of 3rd Monday in never be without them again." beeos, 1'iants ana buids at lowest growing prices. ter 3rd Monday September, Saturday af- twu UUilUJUK the ono which Is available," determindruggists. mi in December. Send for complete catalogue or submit a list of Mas. G. H. Webb, Austinburc, O. ing whether to sell in a homo market H C. Cook, Renfrow, Tuseay your requirements and will quote prices. 2nd Monday in February, Tuesday after At all druggists 28 doaet 25 centi. Buy direct 11 eri or a distant one, mhatlicr by direct 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday arterafter MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Write today, Mention this paper. 3rd Monday in August, Tuesday after 2nd .sales or commission; tho variety to YANCYL.MOSLEY. Monday in November. EPIGRAMS. Thomas Sanilnrn Tnn,l be grown, tho methods of lucking, lSCSBectbeeSI., Rxlford Sera Farsts. femora , ft cy l February, It Is almost ns irritating to bo W.S..EK J"??." grading and so forth. .. ..y.nj unci iuunnay patronized ns to bo wronged. Wednesday' aftrp to-uiuMnnH.. i A..ttv problem Closely connected with the HARTFORD, - KY. Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Novem- A man to bo a good citizen yours, and of every man, woman and of marketing is the one of advertismust first bo a good breadwinWill practice his profession in all the Wl'es, Fordsvllle. ThnrsdaT nftr ing. Aa tho fanner becomes a busi- child who dwell In our fair country ner, a good husband and a good 5SS MJWJa.FebJ.y-Thursdaafter Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, nursaay man, lie will find It necessary or dwell hero in the future. E. L. father. ness Ulu' Thursday after and In the Court of Appeals. Also No5T titX; b., n August. in Kansas Far after tary Public Office over First National 2nd M"ay In November. If a man will submit to being to advertiso his buslniuss, as other Burke, Gcnon,-Nei W. H. & J. F. GILLESPIE Xfo,,.n.Patt?nVIlalpn' Friday after 2nd Bonk. carried, tlint is suQlclent to show not mer, theirs, although men advertise that ho Is not worth carrying. WAY TO BAISH CATKPIL.IyA.RS. To always by tho same methods. Proprietors In tho long run the only kind a"cr 2nd ms- - JOHN B.WILSON on .inlNAo,:.fer.Frl1 It begins to look ns If the dostruuc'. business conduct a suucoessful CHAS. M.CROWB of help that really nvalls Is tho ,brown-ta- ll and gypsy moths and HARTFORD POLICE COURT. business principles demands a sys- Ive help which teaches a man to C. M. Crowe, tem of records and accounts, ono tlhat tho pestiferous caterplller havo been Cltv & help himself. LACKSMITHING Attorney; seennrtJudge; Q. B. LikensV.Hrc Sam Rilly, Marshal- convenes includes, besides the business accounts conquered at last A simple diet of m.?.. Hardness of heart Is a dreadtime cards, luihioh fiiow tho milk pro- lettuce leaves, it has boon found, is ful quality, but it is doubtful r.T-- &S22Z. -- CI.eHl 8. K. Coi. TreasI duced by the cow, the gg3 laid by the easiest and best way to get rid whether In the long run it works HARTFORD. - KY. Btra-'snhVfmoro damage than softness of each pen or fowls, and so forth. The of them. All that you have to do AND REPAJR WORK Will practice their profession In all head. Theodore Roosevelt .above eounienytion will servo to show If thecateirpllIeraresipoilingQourEhrub AlnBley' Secretary, C. the courts of Ohio and adjoining counC. M. Crowe and Dr. Uie business problems which cot- - land trees Is to catch one or two of that E.B. Pendletra?"' ties, and In the Court oi Appeals. to nd feed thorn on sobxe lettuce front tho farmer are sufficient RELIQIOUS SERVICES. Special attention given to criminal his most cartful study nnd that has been oaked dn water four warrant Soui.h-Servmonrlng practice and to collections. Offlaj on FLEETS A MENACE. and M.?J?Srch every attention. fThus far the most impor-ian- t days. After tiny have oaen nil th'oy third uaym each month. first and School aim. Main St., opposite Court House. Sunday 9:45 There is not a ruler or sjates-ma- n put care to, turn the catenpillensi loose movements which have been S'oJ. Taye meene every Wednes- in tho world today who defonth to 'better our agriculture have again. They .will do the rest sires war, but while every na.been chiefly directed toward the in& The explanation is simple, it has tion builds Its fleets every ono production. In tho future been discovered that watered lettuce crease of -n- PnTrRer "3f of theso fleets becomes a mennco SS2K more attc&tiion. must Ibe paid tothe leaives give caterpllkrs the oholtou. to other nations becausoy they SuCnday'a? ?lhlnrCIlrScrX,c,CS 6VeTy rour'h Haver- One business problems involved. catarpillar so Iifectod quickly can easily bo converted into inkmVw.-- b. w struments ot destruction. Anspreads the diseasea mongits fellows. hill (Mass.) Gazette. Ohio County t, drew Carnegie. In Massachusetts the epidemic is THE MEANEST MAN ON EARTH. HARTFORD, KY. spreading among caterpllars, brown-tail- s United Secretary Wilson of tho All Matters Given Prompt Attenand gjipaies, much to the de States Dtpan'Jment of Agrteultuivi says secret societies. tion. PENSION AEFIDAVITS.A that about the niuan,Jt man ho A'er light of the state eatomologiiisits, who HarUprd Lodge No. 675, F. WQRK. A. meets first and third Monday &night M SPECIALTY. .heard of was the one in a Southern almost despalned of ever getting rid in each month. Owen Hunter W" If n man would eat ho must state whose boy asked him for the of the pests. M" t ' P. Fpreman Secretary. work. A life of elegant Ielsuro ground to plant use of one acre of A caterpillar suffering from oatenpll citiis tho lifo of nn unworthy Sf. P. McKEXNET OTTO C. MA11T1.V Jn corn s othiat he might complete fo Iar cholera or wilt disease eoon stops zen. The republic does not owo a prise, aiul tho father told the boy eating, according to the explanation him a living. It is bo who owes Hartford Chapter No. St o v. t tho republic a life, of usefulness. led id not believe in such liooUsnness-Th- offered by Prof. Williaan Reuf f, of Har- iSg VrsCSd nV,mh Monday even" MeCAIX PATTERNS Celebrated for stjle, perfect fit, simplicity and LfzieMillfr Secrry.80"' W M" MlM boy persisted, bom'over, and tho Such is tho republican Idea. Anvaro. It becomes weak and lazy.and reliability marly 49 years. Sold in nearly , drew Carnegie. t father finally pointed to a rough hill- usualy crawls up on some object, as every city and town- In the United Statoj ana Pythias, a"vPr. "age no. 110, 1 fciiM,V meets every Canadi, er by mail direct. J I ore sold than J, Ky. u. Tappan. C.' c. J. Tdesdav side overgrown with brush, and spotta the trunk of the tree, a fence, a wally tj. a VaiCl, q,V any other mike. Send far free catalogue, JVo 'VJ a. Tho day returns and brings us of R. & with stamps and stones, and told or otl)er vertiele surface, whore McCALIS MAGAZINE It Hartford Tent No. 90, K. the petty round of irritating conMore subseribers than any othet fashion iitn if ho would grub that acre and remains wilthout motion. In u Baw nd, third "Thursday magazine million a month. Invaluable. JjiU Stah? cerns nnd duties; help us to play Walker, Commander- -' L.-- Ft a est styles, patterns, aressmasia?, millinery, Foreman,Record Keeper. stones he could have hours thervd rops fiwo its moutli a move off the man; help us to perform the tr plain sewing', fancy needlework, halrdresstsg, Sunshine Hrve No. Life, Accident, SicR L. O T M etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only 60 cents a Jt iThe boy went to work, and final-J- y blackish liquid, the caterpillar bethem with laughter and kind year (worth double), including a free, pattorn. man comes more and more flaccid, one leg cleared it. Then tlio old faces; let cheerfulness abound Subscribe today, or send (or sample copy. and Fire. on.n'Ltuy jeas::! "Well, if you .will cknr another after another loses its support and WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS ReSoMeper"- with Industry. It L. Stevenson. to Agents. Tostal brings prtmium catalogue Carpenters to Jose. I think I will plant it myself finally the creature, reduced ito a WILL ALSO BOND YOU. and new cash prize offers. Address A man must train himself for The boy cried, and the father finally black skin, hongs dead, stll "holding (BE McCAll CO, 238 lo 2H W. J7Ut St. NEW YORK his opportunities, for a great occold: "Wol, if youu will clear another on with one of two of tho false feat. casion is worth to a man exactly anaeol0rthMVIrid0ay0htmMit se ncre beside that I won't take It from From tha Now York .World. what his antecedents have enyou, nnd you may plant 4t and do .WILL. BEAT BREAD CASTING. abled him to mako of it MatHAVE YOUR SUITS Ohio Tribo No-- 18S. imp. Order TVhat jou please." Thereupon the Ited Missouri railroads aro consideilng thews. Men, meets second and fourth boy again went to work and cleared a plan which, from tho sordid viewtytn,gam,aCAh ")Snt James C.Been. Pate cl,le the second acre. Ho planted dt to point of most business (supposed to "" t Records Hartford Camp, TV. O. corn after our directions, and as a Include ' railroads), has several w! C?S?,nar' Th0mas W'mstcferk? result ho made clghty-nlgh- t bushels. pointd aver the blblicaly recommended POWER POLLUTES. Succeed, when everything else fails. Preston Morton Post No. 4. O. A. n At the same time his father planted act of casting bread en tho waters. Pswer, llko a desolating pestiand DyeIn nervous prostration and female ?hIdfi,r.!Pxrar Saturday beforo and cultivated tho acne adjoining, us- Thet hiug the railroads will ilojf the. ln ,ach month. rSrd"MMi.Mo-?aa-y lence, I weaknesses they are the supreme ing J. in uwZiL .. ing tlia old way. Ho niado Just eigh- efforts of Missouri's State Boai-.Vto..S, Pollutes whnte'er It touches, and Adjt. icwcuy, as inousanua nave tesuued. cit teen. Since tlu'ii the old man obedience, has Agrlculturo nuvt euccveB, will ha to FORKIDNEYJ.IVCRAND A. S. of E. Banoof all genius, virtue, freebeen converted to our way cf farming transport free of cuarg, to convenSTOMACH TROUBLE National Officers: dom, truth, K b the best medicine ever sold He goes with his boy to the agricul- ient shipping points, fertilizing; mater President M. F. over a druggist's counter. Makes slaves of men and of tho Vice President-- J. M.JVoia" ' Ky" tural fairs and tolls about the elghty-oig- ial for use on Missouri fannis. It is human framo D. Kumo In'bushels of corn they ralsad on a eurdmited that 10,000 cars or iwaste. dianapolis, Ind. A mechanized automaton. . State Officers: acre, saying, "That is what nw and (mostly manure from the stock yards Shelley. 1 Work nL",?' 9,arr?U C0lnty. Pros. my boy donj." t" Henderson county Vice can bo hauled out of tho larger dies President Jn such circumstances can the boy each year. This in- lino wtoho ther ifcaf.' ilol,e,tsont McLean county, be blamed foreain lvg the farm. work tho railroads are doing Xcr tho Club $1.00 Falls Victim to Thieves. Warrcn county. State THREE KI.DS 01? (FARMERS. SEM succesai common good, and yet they S. W. Dends, of Coal City, Ala., has figure ,. n0-,- 0, Allen, Henry county, and There are three classy of fanners SPECIAL OFFER: that from this particular mavo may a justiflblo grievance. Two thieves county. Assistant state kIM W.w Bd.l.rM. AtrUdwUl' first, tho pioneer, who ho3 vary little come crop boiHtttta that may boou stolo his health for twelve years.Tho m&u YOU Dlir IMrDl&nAnt fnlt.m.r. Board of Directors. Ben AVatson. War- Hartford Pressing Gliib, fctock, miho hunts a little, fishes a lit- Iay tlwii ijwok in Increased freight on wu a Hvor and kidney trouble. .Then Prltp ctitecttM ssftHaMsaari coun""iieH, unio . ty, A. H. Brooks, Bracken county; R. E. tr TBIB. ...i. .i.'t II1ab. 1 auidiuili IUB UnCHa. I Mat LMa. tle, farms a little and fights n good farm products. Mitsourl Dr, King's Now Life l'Jlls throttled I,a,uln county, and J. F. Doss, ItlAllMHri!- -J Y. M. Q. A. ULDG., ' Muhlenberg county. UUKAnTEEBTH PLK1IK. .deal He stays for a little iwhilejtnd HOGS WITH FIELD thorn. lie's well new. Unrivaled for Ohio County Officers: Writ Mtatkm tlUa Paptr. HARTFORD, KY. moves westward In search of frwh 8. L. Stevens, Pres.. Beaver Dam.Ky. constipation, Malaria, JleadaaheyDye-pepslPEAS. Henry Plrtio, Sic. Hartford, Ky. WWVWV1M(VWWW1 adventures. Then comes itho speau-lath- o With hogs tho vlneM may bo raked 25c at all druggists. ''mr D. Ford. Treas.. Hartfon ky W CENTS ! farmery sol rab.ir.who fnrais up and threshed 'for Beed. The hogs '? V. ,COUNTV BOARD OF-- BDUCATION. li TZ2?'i'i' "i wit), WtW "T aoi .r u j iff1?4 ""'' ai.. my tUf laatHBUws. about three times as nmch land as ho will pick up every pua from bhognoun "J Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford.Ky. i miu eot Bi fUlttlM ImA PUaU. L L. B. Tlchenor, Hartford, It. k. D. ought to, skims oil tho cream, gets at and d'geat It. Hogs may he run IO, 0. LH. w; loekbM "WMS".Sit t tho hen of it of the unixurjuU lncnumont with lambs or cattle on poa. ground 5 Jt 9,' ""rtford. Jteynolds, Ky. ,b- - I'atlerson. Olatou, Ky. and moves .on. Then comes the ntan to advantage. Tihoy nut and llko f W L. Alford. White Kun, Ky. 4. U. B. Richard Pluuier. Taylor we wllll call Wie "real farmer," mho Uie straw as well as tho grain. Popk Mlnes.Ky. . J. L. Brown, Itockport. Ky. comes to stay, to hulld echoolhousus, from pvoa is muni to that ifrom corn. Draughon gives contracts, backed by chain of 30 Colleges, $300,000.0 churches and a home tor himself and Thieshd fk-lpeas pay about the capital, and 19 years' success, to lecure positions under reasonable con his family, where he and 'his children saino as a good crop, with veny much ditions or refund tuition. (FUraugh.0"8 competitors, by not accepting Aao will live for genera'ione. Ho is tlw los3 expense. 'POSITIONS' ,KQ,J 111 VP his propoeition.concede that heteachos more ) man radio Is iuterosbd In alio eiunan-an- t fflie mutton from lambs and sheep m gryif tif c Plentiful fertility of tlw toll, it Is for Ills fattened upon the peas ia of a pecu- Bookkeeping in three montns than they do in six. Draughon can com, fjy vince you. Afjr interest Jn order that liis uhlldreui liar good quality. The kun nuctt Is zoAr--Ti 75 P" W"1 of tho United States vCourt Report-vUlUlmay livo as well as ho is living. This rich In color, tho fat iwh!,t, tlio flesh 5HI1P rtJ-- J fsfurjxA, er8 wite the system of Shorthand Draughon is tli) man in whoso tihalf we want firm aud of the b?st flavor IVa-fe- d teaches, bcr au3o they know it is, THE BEST. j30ARD) 7l&nMf'stirxrft9fi to assists In making two bkuKs of gr. mutton tojis the Ohicago market when For FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet "Why Learn Telegraphy?" grow where one blade mow grows, In furmlshcd In good shape. which explain all, call on or writ JOHN F. DRAUGHON, President. JL M,pmA4 2r r 4 gjauy f0 turning the scale of Our stuto exporlnichital station is .jeiurns Into ono of sued HtoratuiM DRAUGHOtt'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE; rofnilng to results it will nut breua lu tlio mouth of stock with field pais that EVANSVILLB. ADUCAH. NASHV1LLB.' ST. LOUIS. St'BINGFIBLD. MEMPHifl. xf his children and In tho uiouths of give oAidenco of no llttlo importance. .' mmm I FARM TOPICS. BDITOR INSTRUCTS FARMER. Buooocxlslnimo-duclJiggooht We Mviee all stock giwmww to pKiit rlbamlly of ttekl jam. Mt Farmer. COMPARATIVE UTI.MTY. Fot1ubs have tw mmft in tluwt tii MrM dollown is r? T, ' Vl r.n Jllr; tm clrevtt Cwirt-- T. yOFStXOirJL&. D. NintfB, Attorney? r. BWkhM, Jitdce; W. P. MWklff, Jt la often said that lanming hna tup sldos Ums producing andi lho6ell-ta- g d dde. Jinny a man Take One not half m iwofnl to nwmliiml m, i for lnatanco, tlw hoinely, Mpftiid Kt ing, eplit long ftrag ha iwii Itself to be. Chicngo Tribune r 1 A f t)$Pl 'WJT tn au?p-r:j- a Colw $d. wuhjnvxrriR :... f Ci aa y M (' f' Law Attorney MHtw OMimMwMI It .T. Qettttf, UTfiwtAe Jury Khhj T. II. Black, Mr- HARTFORD, KY. Iff, Hartford. Dt)Utle 8. O. Keown ft U1 praottc lite profeeekHi in. Uifs ton Black. Court convenes first Mon day In February and continues three ami wlotainT oounite. ConmrcJl( weeks; thtrd Monday In April, two weeks and Criminal Fmotiw a Specialty, second Monday In June, three weeks; third Monday In October two weeks. County Oourt It It Weddlnff, Judge; 0. 0. K. Suits JMO. BrrtM8, Clerk; 7, Otto C. Martin ' It. Ke-H- x. at rflNCiruDTrntfcafeCMD vvnuumi uumoFtovFrr -- -- Attorneys at Law, fl IIH-IIII- Dr. Miles' Pills d, SEEDS Attorpeya.tLaw, L.FELIX, n H. W. BUCKBEE i. - Attorney at Law GILLESPIE BROS. y gars fisass. e WILSON CROWE LAWYERS thia Horseshoeing a Specialty. 1 Ices -- WK J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public Hartford, r Ky. e Martin & McKenHey Hartford, - f.. N Il7 General Insurance li a griewVD.TusS Cleaned s Pressed - Repairing neatly done. 'Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. called for and delivered. per rate month. P"!! Electric Bitters SEEDS MXl-HC- T' Secretary-Treasurer-- S. t I Ut a& Hurallst-FATTTLWIN- .... -- to-du- y; a. 9MU 1 J Good Positions YH AND llliXiJU - i Cst J d RnOKifFFPINfl v VilUlll lrr qvz ijP - ver-Micfria- 7ecnerr. S7)si'' Susmesi vsirAGrxzn3fJszsJJ 7mmjmJj m2t2Z4stt ovor-lncrtmil- ",& ??t&arAtwi """ x 5' I . i KtzurytmttrmStttw-im- TI5 w , ' ' s eMeCUHEO nd nrrrNnrn, Befwie dm ww or photo. Iior ei iMYi w4rch wvd f re rpftart. I rraa Mrloe. bow to obtain, mteata. trad. Mnmthw.cM- - IN ALL CnilMtlliril. ButtiuH direct wlrt Walking tcm tavtt l!mr, putney v, -- For Sale FLOOR PRIVILEGE Congress Guards It Jealously In Both Houses. RARELY USED IN THE SENATE Former Members of That body, While - Free to Attend Its Settlor)!, Prefer t Shun the 8cene of Their Solonlo EfTortt A Story of Evarts. Wbat Is known as "the privilege of tho floor" In cdngrcss Is the right to go upon the floor of tho senate or house when either body is In session. Although tbo right to go upon tho floor of a legislative body Is not so exclusive a privilege In some of the state legislatures, it Is a great privilege and an exclusive one In congress. The doors are carefuljy guarded wbUe congress Is la session, and It is sometimes exceeulagly difficult to have access to senators or representatives when public business Is being dono: Senators and representatives bavo no regular or rigid rule on the subject, but It Is known in Washington that tbe statesmen feel that their constituents or others who dcslro to see them privately should endeavor to do so in their offices, their commltteo rooms or at their residences. To former members of tbe senate and bouse "tho privilege of tbo floor" Is given, but they do not often avail themselves of that right. This, however. Is In strong contrast to the customs of twenty years ago and longer, when It was not uncommon to see former members moving about on tho floor of tho bouso wben It was notoriously known that they were lobbying for sorao private claim or public Speaker Reed found tbls condition so obnoxious that he Issued orders that should bo permitted to no pass the doorkeepers without written authority from tbe speaker. Subsequent sjieakera bavo not found it necessary to draw the lines so rigidly, because the abuso baa almost entirely ceased. There Is an unwritten law, however, governing the privilege of tbo floor of the senate, and It is tbo unwritten law of good breeding, good manners nnd common sense. Every has tbe privilege of tho' floor, but It is so seldom exercised that its abuso has 2ver occurred.nor is It ever uiteiy to Real Estate! 60 Acres of the finest Rough rlvei bottom land located threo mllea west of Hartford. About 20 acres In cultivation. Good dwelling and out buildings. A bargain for $1,250. PttMt nd Ufrtogtmtnt Practte Exclusively. Write or com. to us at y. VeHea Mates P atea ( MS Mata Street, WASHINGTON. 0. C. una vjfi ,nw jvfrni, 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE We hare 460 acres of fine bottom land from ono and a halt to two miles of Hartford, part of It witSi Umber. Alao about 75 acres of upland belonging to the eama tract. Terms easy. story Amine A now one and one-ha- lt building with five rooms and large rocptloon hall, built out of the best selected material. Situated on Clay J and Fredrlca streets, Hartford, Xy. Lot 60x205 feet. Fine well of soft water. All necessary out buildings. , Terms reasonable. Good nine 'room two story dwelling In Centertown, Ky., 'has good cistern, good cellar, never falling well of water, good stable and other out buildings, one acre lot of ground. A uplendld location for family residence and hotel. Prlco and terms reasonable. Apply to BARNET(T.& FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Ky. TRUE CHARITY. no true alms which the hand enn hold. Ho gives only worthless gold Who gives from a sense of duty, But ho w'ho gives but a slender mite, And gives to that which Is out of sight, That thread of tho all sustaining beauty Which runs through nil nnd doth all unite Tho hand cannot clasp tho wholo of his nlms. That is Fortune Telling Does not take Into consideration the ono essential to worn an't happiness womanly health. The woman who neglects her health is neglecting the very foundation oC all good fortune. For without health love loses its lustro and gold is but dross. Womanly health when lost or impaired may generally bo regained by the use o( Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. 7 Lowell. This Prescription has, tor over '10 years, been curing delicate, weak, women, ty tho hundreds ot thousands and this too In the privacy of their homes without their having to submit to Indelicate Questionings and offensively repuA tiant examinations. paln-wrachc- d COPYRIGHTS AnrnBrMrtdlnft a sktteh nd dmerlpttoa nay inlcklr aaotflaln our opinion free whether an Invention I probably patentabln. Communlca. tlnna etneuyeonnaenufti. rlAnOBOOK onl'atenta patents. entire. oldest aeency for locurinirCo. Patenu taken through jtutin recelra MptcUUnotict, witnoui on arj e. In lbs .jC A handsomely I11ntrae4 weekly. tralaULon of nr tcJentlfla 1oarnJ. Terms.lSa . : . . . -- .i z Tear i iourroonioi.ii- - rjoi a dtui nowdiAiTL - fmin TnADt Marks Ocsians 4c Scientific fltmrlcati 5nn36tBr.ay,NewYnrk i Offlce, OS WORLD BETTER. Although I bellovo that the millennium Is far away, I also believe that tho world was never better than It Is today and that It Is growing better every day. Tho public conscience, o which Is keener und auoro than ever before, is responsible for tho growth in civic righteousness, and good government depends on tho activity and aggressiveness of tho average citizen. Joseph W. Folk. ac-tiv- Sick women are Invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter fret. AH correspondence held m sacredly confidential. Address World's Dispensary-MedicAssociation, R. V. Pierce, M, D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. Da. Pitmen's Great Family Doctor Boji, The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, newly revised edition 1000 pag"es, answers in Plain Engliih hosts of dclicato questions which every woman, single or married, ought to know about. Sent frit, in plain wrapper to any address on receipt of 21 one-cestamps to cover mailing only, or in cloth binding for 31 stamps. nt JP ' al : r Bt, Waaolnaton, D. U FREEDOM. A single motion is quicker to SPEED two. e, key-for-eve- make-tha- n Subscribe for The Republican -- Freedom enn never bo given. bo purchased. Booker T. Washington. It must $1.00 per year. Only one motion is needed to ry X Chliaroni Cry FOR FLETCHER'S . POSITIONS GUARANTEED for our graduates. As soon as we get tbe required number of students this offer will be withdrawn. So write at onco for particulars. position If real soon. need WE will usGUARANTEEWoyou a many more you at once to supply the onormoua demand C ASTO R A I . graft .. tjiake any character desired on the complete, Straight-lin- v Farm For Sale. Fifrty ono acres ot improved farm land,ulilnty acres of which aro perfectly iVjvol and twenty acres of original tract aro 'In a Iflno, young character keyboard of the fight mZng Model 10' ; i fir i meadow. Good four room dwelling, nicely WSj 3'"' built and finished on lusitle and well BUSINESS COLIEGE HOOHrO4TKD W. HCnWAItTZ painted. Nloo location from road. ritMOlPAI. ESTADLTflHRD trfOUTSVItjIE, ICY 1004 Faran situated four ni'Iei from Hartford, on the Hartford and Owensboro Road. Can givo Immediate possession If I IHCACHTOWI and district t XaS-- v WANTED-purchaser waa's to huy crop. nde and. exhibit rri wTtt .. jtt.t- - r Tlmo good wsils, and good orchard NO MONEY ltr.QUlftHK until yon receive and approved your bicycle. Vhl OCCUr. fwo years old. Short, distanoo from VK& to. anyone, anywhere in the U. S. wittmt a cent difont in advance, tretay friirkt, au , Former members of the senate aro church and school houaa. Prloo allow Tisn JIAYS' ITIIEK TltlAL canine which time you maynde the bicycle an put.ii hi ny icai vou win. ii you are men not periectly satisfied or do not wian I nnvpr nwn thnre unless It is well low. Tonus, ono half cash Keeptne tncycie snip it mac to mat our expense and nw bteulontctnt, u FAfiTADV PDIftFC. at e ,us!,.ti highest grade bicycles it is possible to mak known that they have proper business factory rHlIUiliriytO one Mnall profit aboveusactualhave the cost. You saveEuaii CUlUng them to Washington, SUCH US and balance on easy terms. For to Sis middlemen's profits by buying direct of manufacturer's and furUwr information call on antee behind your bicycle. 1IO NOT I1UY a bicycle or a pair o( tires from anyen at any frict until you receive our catalogues and leant our unheard of actor appearing before tho supremo court as BARNETT & FOSTER, and nmartaiu ttnt.il nTtri attorneys for clients In great cases, KTluKaPPEilll trtccx WILL BE ASTONISHED to ridur uKmts. WA Hartford, Ky. YOU and even then if seldom happens that an'ex-sennto- r engaged ever en- thus 1.m TtlfJYOLJ 1)11.1 1. fTICH. von rjin kII nur h!rvrl unrli-t-- ntir am nam iam tinin thrf ctAnntn flnni- - nlttinncrh In doubleMir prices. Orders tilled the day received. LHf I bV tUO TOOm Of the HEOON1) 1IANO UIUYCL.KS. We do Mot rnmlarlv tun1l. imnd hriru hirvrln. he SOln&T to and from i. Usually have a number on hand taken in trade by our Chicago reuil stores. These we clear 01 D,mmm - "o "i promptly at prices ranging from a to 8 or 10. Deicriptive bargain lists mailed free. ""J ouimu w.. than nn nMlra1 tn nnoo '".Slu wliools. Imported roller chains and pedals, parts, repairs "Z, US uoors. CDRSItK-BHrlntequipment olMlfato ital tAt usual rttadfrlZn. After Tames G. Blolno ceased to b a senator he avoided tbe senate chamber forever. After resigning from that L A SAMPLE PAIR body Senator Roscoe Conkllng of New TO INTRODUCE, ONLY l'orb never entered tho sennto chnm- Tht rtevtar retail trla et Ihtu tires it jgefpgBiifrngf--fi?najifalthough bo was often in the S3 JO ter tair. but to inli oduu zve will i ber, ttllyouasamphiairlort40ieashwtthordtris). iwA- - ii I capltol on business before the supreme :MO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES co'urE Tbero was an exception, howNAILS, Tacks or Ola will not let the ever, IrTone Instance. By invitation pairs sold last year. out. air Over two hundfed thousaud pairs now In uae. he wa3 ono of tho pallbearers of Sena- 9SBV i tor Logan of Illinois, who was burled l.m?;7frrf71V,Moxleinal sizes. Itislirelv Xj&f Cjk..l;.'-iij'Sj BBSOBSSBSBSSiBSBISBIIIIISM and easy riding, verydurflWeandllnedliuidewifh with obsequies from tbo senate chain-ber- , which never becomes r special quality oft rubber, small punctures without allow. porous am which clones up nnd on that occasion Senntor Wotlco tho thick rnhber trea frfff the alrlo esotse. We nave uuacreus oi letters irom satisA" nnd punoturo strips "II Conkllng was present Senntor Benja- fiedenstotnerssffiting that thelrtiresliaveonlybeen pumped and "J)," ulso rim strip "II ' iiponee or twice In a whole season. They vftijrh no more than to prevent rim cutting. Th mln Harrison upon leaving tho senan ordinary tire, ine puncture rcsisungquaiuics uciug ivcii tiro will outlast nnyv olh ate never crossed its threshold until by"ieverfl layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the tnake-HOULAbTIO au tread. Theregular price of tliese tires is f5 50 per palr.bu t for bo went there to bo inaugurated as .? M iHlJXW. ..h..I'Ih..i.!.I nw,w. j y .w. . AUIU .l.t lIUKHUIKHcnTCait ,iu.uko.... faMinfnMlit the rider of only 4.80 per pair. Alt orders shipped same day letter is received. We ship C. O. D. o president Senator Dawes of Massa approval, You do not pay a cent until you hat e examined and found them strictly as representee Blair of New Hamp-shire- . . We will allow a cas It 4Uoountol 5 per cent (tnereuy maKine the price im.do per pair) 11 yo chusetts, Senator LV1T1I ORDKlt and enclose this advertisement. Vou run no risk ! Senator Don Cameron of Penn- em iscm Una us an order as the tires may be, returned at OUK expense If for any reason VlTOnla, Senator innrman Oiunionnu .not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us U as safe as'ln tunic. If vou order a oalr of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run fast? you have ever used or seen at any price. W 'wear better, last longer and look finer than any tireyou want a bicycle you will give us your order amples of distinguished senators who know that you will be so well pl:ased that when IVe want you to send ns a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire oiler. remained away from tho senate after uon 1 iiuy iiuv milium miy jiiic uum you bciiu 1 pain their terms expired. During jraw and Mr WaraT iTCCX lVfOaTO Iledgethorn Puncture-Proo- f aTrfSO WW afji j price quoted above; or write for our big Tiretires on approval lur trial riod of four years when ho wastho peand Sundry Catalogue, whic in re.the erteclat introductory descnoes ana quotes an makesr andr kinds of tires at. about ; half the usual prices. ... .. : .. z .... tirement Senator Gorman of Marymm out write us a postal toaay. minui iiuniiui nuxinuiDiqx MlffW wTMII CV IWltt IMJMir or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wondcrfi land never availed himself of the offers we are making. It only costs a postal to learn everything. Write it MOW, privilege of tho floor, and during the two years be was without election CHICAGO, CYCLE COMPANY, L. Senator Quay of Pennsylvania abcollege-traine- d sented himself from tbo senato chamber. From a veteran employee of tho senato thero Is gleaned an unusually Interesting story concerning tbo late THE LUNCS AND Senator Evarts of New York. This senator was one of the greatest Intelaad TRADE. M A IKS promptly obtained In all touutriea, or no TU. w obtain patpitb lects In public llfo for many years, advartlaa tluun Oorouolj, it our wi THAT PA1 auecau. ipunae, and Tialp J tu but ho was abscntmlnded In small Band irodt. phot araietch for FREE "port things. On one occasion bo overlookon patentability. St jsksa practice. ed tho rule about tbo privllego of the REFEFmlfeS. For (re 0 old Hook en Profitable llteuks write to floor, no was entertaining Dr. Oliver B Seventh Street. "Wendell Holmes at bis Washington WASHINGTON, D. I. homo and Invited bis guest to accompany him "to tho capltol. Together ANB ALL THROAT AND LUN 8 TROUBLES. they walked along tbe capltol corridor, OUABAJf TKKD 8ATISFAOX0XXI and when they came to tbe door of OX MONEY KEVUNSKD. the senate they entered together, There was a copy of tbe senate rules on each side of tbe doors, but; Senator Evarts did not look at them, nor, of coarse, did his guest The doorkeepLadies! ave M)ey aad Keep Styk by Reading McCt'. ers did not Interfere or ask any questions. aUskglkCaliPaitWH Well, Senator. Blvarts gave Dr, SPECIAL OFFER'.ml MtCasNHaiailaawIll Holmes a seat la the rear of tbe desks MMW Ma4 t atU WCMXi KWOZIK itl you a tlrOM of tbe members and proceeded to HMT trial will ?- niodersto at MMT bring Senators Hoar, Quay, IXawley ' TiiiiiiTi.il lelifir eaeensoby sopping you postoil oa tho and others to Introduce to him. Quite. m aeeivesMr tyeinieieia Miiun, iru. - Ta ejet fashions lu rfnmsseAsitaTiBtjsrsBi. ioi.u,r a levee was held there, and Dr. iiueiios and bats, 60 New Fashion Desteis .Holmes was gratified with bis receplu each latita. Also , tion. valuablo luforestlopj on nil liotro nud per After awhile Senator Hoar went to " (Joly souul uisilcts. Senator Evarts and, calling hla attenLjc a joar Including o tion to the rule concerning the priviit frro imtlcri). today ot toud mm ttm twn wmwai lege, pf tbe floor, asked, "How did you Desk for ffto tamplo copy. sa!uiu!airtS3U.siiwMaruau. get him in!" tyeCaU PsMariM will cnMilayou lo make In your BrtraTi jaii.inniiiinini "He hi my private secretary," said uttu bouw. Willi yonrowiiliaudi clolliluirlor M TfuiiJwiiiS1!: - SMmMKailnrfa M yoaraulf and c slWrou whit Ii will Lo pvtlect - IMs ssltilni tWMQ MJ Senator Hvarts quickly, with a boyish suiVHU lu Mf le rrlc 1K1110 hicher limn U twlakle In bis serious eyes. At that ceutt. Soad for boa t'cticrn Cataloiuo. V Wvl fjiv Yea rHes Phm4 for eetllng ruh tirae private secretaries of members among yyur I rip ml j. scrlof ious rurfrou wer allowed tbe floor privilege. frenulum Catul)gua anil Cotli HBi Oirr. Smith D. Fry la Va8hiBgtm ftUr. I'MHHsBBBBMHHMHHBHHBsMHiHMBMMMB "" Mil ?nV&f -- A RIDER AGENT "" -- Write (ot inlotmat'on to The .Smith Premier Typewriter Company, Inc: ST. LOUIS, MO. 9iBBBBBBmaHiBBBBBBEar2aH'BBBBBBBW fhTnv'hcK'we'. SSSSSSL I -- t d, 8Hlf SUtyi-housau, 50 ' 43 I -, .'lvSfiJmKSm. 9? YOUR TO' 98 MATHENEY & BATTS FOR BOYS FT, I I Vanderbilt Training School ft 11 1 If Y Y -- ELKTON, KY J. MEM 1 KILLthc COUCH CURE Dr. King's New Discovery 03-SCM- iiKVJisiSca Y IK Tbulbs k utaiilBJ M.qL'I?!f tt II Ctrl-bb- lr If If If Y Y Y Y Y A limited select school ior boys. Faculty Our patronage lias of men. come from several Southern States. Twenty-fou- r different towns in Western Kentucky represented this year. Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Baths. Extremely healthful location. $1,000.00 recently spent on improvements. NO SALOONS IN THE TOWN OR COUNTY. Moral surroundings excellent UNEXCELLED AS A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG BOYS. Nineteenth Year Begins September (j, 1911 Write for catalogue. Address all communications to "B" H H H H H H H H ff H 3 X H X X X X X X X X I3fer&viLrrJrarits J MATHENEY & BATTS. If if ' 1 hX'iiXY s TfmTt T TTy ' - 1 ,. .. AAAAAAAAAAA,,AAAAAAAiA44AhiiUA444i'f ' i.inimi . i,i ii i. ii i i. ..,,.. ;Ai '. ' it'tlAJ iliMMHHm ," ?inFiTte' the LOUDER THAN WORDS: Follow the Crowd to SPEAK New York Store :THE PLACE WHERE PRICES BIG MID-SUMME- R CLEARANCE SALE! t : t rjm m mmm mm COMMENCES FRIDAY. AUGUST 18 CONTINUES TO SEPTEMBER 9. x fc Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes and Clothing! gTmi ffim JplvljUvf U NOW YOU KNOW Us Prom Past Ex- perience Kduertise That We fJotliinj BUT PLAIN FACTS Choice Seasonable Merchandise W01'1 thrown on the market at prices unheard of in Hartford, Ky. This is the time in the year that we absolutely ignore profit, and the watchword of this progressive store is to move quickly all Summer merchandise; prices slaughtered in every department that vull make the little competitors wiggle, and tickle the pocket book of every customer. Merchandise Dependable and Prices That Save You Money. STRICTLY Oilr CASH on CASH Ire . Terms toiM PRICES V4, of EXTREjUE LOW " The assortments are ample Come to this gale with full confidence that you will get far greatest values possible to secure anywhere and you will not be disappointed. the goods are worthy the prices are extraordinary. It's the one BIG BARGAIN EVENT of the season. It brings people from all over the country to our store. Our last sale was the talk of the entire community, and was regarded as the most gigantic affair of the kind ever held. This time it will be larger and better in ever "way. The reliable goods are sold here. Therefore it is no wonder that people know THE NEW YORK STORE quality of merchandise is thebest; they know that only first-clasmerchandise. This Great Sale promises to be the biggest event all flock here when we offer to sell this character of goods at Lower prices than are. asked for very ordinary in our history. When wo find it necessary to reduce our stock, it is not a question of profit. Everything marked down. Stock will be arranged for easy selection and evs, erything marked at one price. Look for the Red Canvas Ffont. It represents Big SAYING to You. $MW WtA'gWV-m'Uiiji,imijMHBuiunii"i!"imLiii wis BELOW FIND A FEW OF OUR NUMEROUS BARGAINS: j Dry Goods and Notion Notion Department. Needles 5c Ladies' Handkerchiefs 10c Ladies' Handkerchiefs 50c Ladies' Belts, in all colors Men's Belts Boys Belts 10c Sox 10c Hose .' SHOES! lc $4 SHOES! MEN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTHS t i Department. the very best Calico 89c or Unbleached Domestic 4c 77c Bleached or Unbleached Domestic, yd. wide 5Jc IL2c Hope Bleached Domestic, yd. wide 7Jc 35c Bleached Sheeting, wide 23c 7c Lawn only 10 yards to a customer 35c 8q Apron Ginghams, during this sale . . 5Jc 10c Dress Gingham 7Jc 12 Jc and 15c Dress Ginghams.during this sale.. 9c 12Ac Percals, yard wide . . 8Jc 10 Yards of flc Bleached 10-- 4 - . .. lc .... 3c 19c 19c 15cT .. . . '." ... , 25c Sox 25c Hose 10c ... ' 7 7?; 19c. 19c 7cs Men's Oxfords, in all the latest make3 $1.50 Men's Brogans, only a few left $2.50 and $3 Men's Work Shoes $4 and $5 Shoes, in Button and Lace $2 Ladies Oxfords, while they last $3.50 Ladies' Suede Oxfords . . .k , .... .... . $2,48 $1.19 $2.89 98c $1.68 CLOTHING. We bought a big stock of Clothing for the Spring and Summer expecting a big Clothing business but unseasonable weather during the' spring knocked a hole in our calculation. Hence we have too many Suits on hand. Now we are forced td 'sacrifice them regardless of profits or values. $7.50 Men's Suits in latest styles $3.99 $8.00 and $10.00 Men's Suits in Blues, only . $4.89 $12.00 Men's Suits all wool in Gray, only . . $7.53 $15.00 Men's Suits in Light Green $8.98 $18.00 and $20.00 Men's Suits in the latest styles, colors Light Gray, Brown, Blue Sarge and Blacks, Peg top trousers, during this sale $10.69 $6.00 Youth's Suits during this sale . . . . $3.69 $10.00 Youth's Suits latest styles $4.89 $12.00 Youth's in Gray only . $6.98 $15.00 Youth's Suits in Dark Gray Flannel . $8.98 $2.50 Knickerbocker Suits . . . . .'.$1,69 $J.OO Knickerbocker Suits $48 $7.00'and"$8.00 Knickerbocker Suits. . . . R89 $6.Q0 Men's Blue Serge Single Coats . . . .$3.69 Men's and Boys'. Pants. .. .92c, $1.50 Men's Pants . $1.59 $3.00 Men's Pants with side buckles $3.50 and $4.00 Men's Pants in Gray etc. . . $1.98 $4.50 and $5.00 Men's Pants, the latest styles $2.38 25c and 50c Boy's wash Pants sizes 4 to 10 . .9c . . 84c ... $1.50 Bovs' Sercre Pants 75c Men's Bnown work Pants only a few left . 25c 83c $1.10 Overalls the be3t made . t. '. . . . 21c 85c Boy's Overalls 50c Boys Overalls best made - . V Z . .'. . s 39c '.-'.- Ladies' Ready-to-We- ar Dep't. ,. Children's Hose 20c Children's Hose, in all colors 12c' ... 75c Waists, trimmed up very nicely 39c $1.50 Waists, white or black . . . .89c $3.50 Skirts, in Blue or Black $1.98 $5.00 Voile Skirts, in Light Brown only . . . $2.38 58.00 and $10.00 Skirts, in CheaiTon Panama $4.98 $6.50 a.nd $7 Skirts in Voile or Panama . . . $3.98 35c. Ladies' Pan t8 and Corset Covers 19c 50c and 75c Corsets, during this sale 42c $1.50 Warners' Rust Proof Corsets 89c .' $1.50 Ladies Chemise 92c $1.50 Ladies' Night Gown3 92c T50c Ladios Long Silk Gloves 24c 'Laces and Embroideries during this sale at half 25c Baby Caps 25c Ladies' Vests m Table Linens. 50c Table Linens, in Blue and Red, 75c White Linen Table Cloth $1 t : ! per yard . 22c, 14c 42c ... .... White Linen Table Cloth Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps. 35c Men's Caps $1.50 and $1.75 Hats, all colors 24c' 63c 50cMen's. Overalls t4 ... .39c price. 10c Ladies'' Vests 5c 9c 8c Trunks, Valises and Suit Cases during' this Sacrifice Sale will be sold nearly at Half Price. Men's and Boys' Underwear. 35c Shirts and Drawers. . . .' . . 50c Work Shirts 50c Men's and Boys' Dress Shirts ....... .. ..... .f . . . 19c 38c 38c ... ... i&a 1 Clearance Sale. Seethe Do Yourself a Real Favor. Come to this Store during this Big I Merchandise and the Prices Side by Side and watch your Dollar Get Busy. Come Every Day. You will Find Something New Every Time You Come. REMEMBER THE DATE, AUGUST 18, to SEPTEMBER 9. Mid-Summer -- 1VOW vr 1 3NOTICE! If you havo any friends or relatives that you think anything of, toll NEW YORE STORE LOOK FOR THE RED SIGN SALE LASTS 15 DAYS Beginning; Aug. 18th Ends September 9t& Look for the them about THIS GREAT SALE 4 ,.i crri--;'2Ju- 3t, .'W N s - OVER THE DOOR - HARTFORD, KY NEW YORK STORE fw,rtmamimi&!ax?xrzxzmmi