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NO LONGER HARTFOKD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1911. look of approval was cast In his direction. Undorwood Representative Now rises and in live minutes has the whole Doroocrattc Houso in an uproar. Ho tells that body that Bryan has made a fated change, one Chat completely discredits tflie Ndbraskan. And when, he ddos It he igets an ovation that takes the speaker oflf his Old Bryan followers crowd feet around bim and Join In the repudiation, of the one undisputed leader of" bis' party1. And so it happens ithat the managers of both partks are wondering what Is to came taf it all. They all agree trafthe Colonel has bis friends among the people. To deny btot would ho folly. He has thousands of friends, and warm friends, too, but he has not the leading men of tho present-da- y Dimocratic party behind hilm, and, from appearances, he (will not have thorn should his ambition lead to another nomination. fltho effect of his controversy upon the political fortunes cfc Mr. Underwood is .being widely speculated upon In Wasbingtcm. Already an Under.boom has boon wood PresldoniUal started, and this .before the break with Bryan. Now tha Housio has commlbto itself to Undd&rwood, not only as floor leaderut as a violent opponent cf Sir. Bryan. Some of the Alabamlans r.Iend3 therefore .believe that this break, coupled with Underwioad's inasbgiiful handling of the tanif situation in tho House, means that he is today the must promising man in his party, whether in or out of Congress. Some of the more enthusiastic believe that he can win the nomination of thi Presidency if he conducts Himself in the regular session in Decomber a") he has In the special session, and he will .be In the same rank wHI. Woodraw Wilson', Judson Haiv" - n.! Eugene Foss. Whatever elsp the present situation has developed it has demonstrated th fact iEEat Wllliom'kJenninigT Bryan id no longer .the "peerless loader" c. Ills party. NOT IN THE BABY FARMER NO CLASS PEERLESS LEADER Bryan Stirs , Outbreak Among the Democrats. BUSINESS MAN lug. Thero should ibe a market bureau of tho agricultural Department devoted to accumulating and dlstribut Ing Information on best methods and best nutrients for selling. The (govern- Our Big Indvstrial Will Be a Great One. Commoner Accused, of Trying to Will Contain Interesting Articles Ruin ' the - Party's i I and Will Require One Ton of Fine Book Paper. Chances. r . , fii V Washington) Aug. 12. Prdbaibly- - the moat elgnif leant" political event of " ( ' wood, and William Jennings Bryan, three itiimes itho candidate of hU party-totho Presidency. Already astute politicians of both parties are trying to figure on the rosultsof this rupture. They are trying to "determine ihoiw fair Its effects will be felt In too campaign next year, and what bearing It will have upon tho next Presidential fight. fiexmo of the politicians aire that the Bystoroatlc abtacts upon tho House by Col. Bryan are nothing more nor less than the NebraskaaVs Initiatory moves in a fight to capture the momlnatlon for himself .next year. He Is bains accused df creating distrust in the present leadership, in tho hope of creating a demand for bis own leadership.. .There are others who contend that controversy the Un'derwood-tBrya- n tho Westerner merely that means at will bolt the next convention land Democratic the election of tho nominee, whoever lie may be. Thoy doubt df the "Peerless Leader" has another nomination for himself In mind, .but they say he Is (determined con-Tlnc- ed at roprosentalvosleid.by Oscar the past six months is tho break bdtrwieon the Democrats in the House Underr Some Idea of the magnitude of our Big Industrial Edition can (he had from this simple statement: 'It will! con- -. tain over one hundred Illustrations; over ono hundred and XlCby industrial, educatloral and biographical articles, and require nearly ONE TON of fine book paper .to print It. Of courso practically EVBR.Y buslnwiss and proman in Ohio county- iwlll fessional be .repreaonited In it, and It .will dp mono to Boom Hartford and Ohio county that anything over before attempted in this section of Kentucky. - Rev. G. J. Bean Dead. A pall of sadness went over Hartford when It ibscame known late yesterday afternoon that Rev. G. J. Bean was dead. For five years he has .been an Invalid hut was able to walk around bis room at the home of his daughter, 'Mrs. J. H. B. Carson, and sometimes able to get up town. For saV;iral weeks ho had gradually grown worse and especially for about a wxwk. Yesterday morning It was seen that the end was near and hs passed away at 4:22 Thursday to "rule origin." Then itlwre 1 , . time the big fight comes., Tttwy do'not explain just how their hopefulness remain yot 'they oomes about, few of the optimistic who believe that the whole tiling will 'blow over, and that the Bnyon and Undeilwod olumeii'ts of tho party will get toge'jlier by the are a hopeful. There can bo no doubt that the proa:mt Democratic mojority la the Hou3e is favorable ito the Clark and Tho practiUnderwood leadership. applause given Air. cally unanimous Undeiiwocd when he aroas to .defend himself of the charge of using his penror as chairman of the Ways and Jljans Committee to protect his personal interest shows clearly enough that .tho sentiment there is against tho Nubraskaa. This is tho most romarkahle phaso of -- the whole 'situation. There (was "tsoarcfcly a Democrat In the House who did not oheer ,wlldly ,whon) Underwood denounced Bryan. And It was this same House tbplt stood on Its n feet and wavod tumultuously wflien Biryan took his seat on .tho floor pn the .opening day of the present session. The applause then was for the man, not the political leader. SInco that time tho enthusiasm ifor tho Colonel has unquestionably cooled. And this Is because tha members of the House and the people back of these members feel .that Mr.. Bryan Is trying to dictate the policy of the party from his position as private citizen. fHbo TOcenit ' ''Ir. the Nobraakan framed and .put out to bo answered by all (possible candidates 'for the Democratic namdnatilon next year was taken In Congress to be ft pie of impertinence. It was Ignored where It was aotdenouueod. On top of all this the Colonel picked out a Mat of Democrats whom he seemed to regard as qualified to bo candidates for rthe Democratic Prosl-lewt- ll Bomlnatlsn. While this list Included a host of the prominent leaders of .the ary, thane were a of ibte men whom 1oe Bvery did not maatfon. irlend of a "posaimy' not Included twas, thwefore, Infuriated. rHe am soma of the thiuaB -whtoh in gkba DwnoawiUo Coagraawnaa tBryan, and soma of tha thtaoa which hava (turned tha tlda- aeavaat yw NK bim. No leas thau CtongesawaM. trroai Ntjw a DaaoamUc Jersey mate a Wtr ttoet uioa tba Great Ccmuoaer, and hto ufHMpk was iwoMfcvsd ia aUanoa. Not a iwoM of vaa Wu, not h congratulation vw list of questions which nner w There Is no one in tha entire county 'batter known than Rev. Bean. He has (been one of the most active men ta tho history of the county, In business and in the ministry. He moved to' Hartford from Goshen in j tb.o fall of 187G and has resided bfere eontlnuously. For years he ran Read Carefully. n It is Jieo?isgary that wo have a' blacksmith shop and undertaking es- pliobographs and cuts to he used I Lnbliishmciit, and It was only until the our Big Industrial Edition in this two years ago that ho dropped the offdoe just as soon as possible. Do latter, having long Blnico quit net put of gjttlng them until (ho blacksmith business. Not only was ho active in business very last minute, hut otffcgul to the life, but his influence and Iwork has now. niatten bdon felt all over the county In his ministerial capacity. He began preachCompliments Langley. ing in 1SC1 and for years did active The Cincinnati Commercial! Trlbun3 Only aK fow months ago he has tho folowing compliment to Con- work. married a couple. His labor for his gressman langley in, a recent issuer Master was always first with him "Conigneasman John W. fight in th and noxt came tho fraternal rewho manasvd O'lleir's Masonic lodge of primary and who will manage It In the lationship of the which he bad boon a anehbor for campttfgn.developed qualities1 o nearly fifty years.. . of an unusual cliaractur during Rev. Bean was born on Sept. G, the convenitlon. Ho is being promlne 1S23 therefore was nearly 88 years tf ly spoken of for United States Senaage. On Oct. 17, 1844 he iwas inarrdod tor ia the event tho legislature is ReMary J. Acton and to this union publican on Joint ballot. Thatheiwill 'to there wero horn eight children as make a) worthy one 13 conceded. H follows: Mrs. Martha Ross, Airs. is 'making a .brilliant record In Congress and he has made the Tuntu 'Joslo Duko, .Mrs. J. H. B. Corson, H. an B. Bean, J. E. Boan, L, B. Bean, district solidly Republican. As Bean, and T. H. Boan. Nov. organissox he has few equals, and duo Marvin 21, 1897 he was married to Sarah to his work in recent years and his who died several management of O'Rar's campaign, bo Francis Hocker, years ago. To this union was born Is being boosted strongly froth for one eon, S. M. Bean. He, also leaves United States Senator and for Govone brother. Noble Bean, of Sulphur hence. ernor, tlia latter four yoars grandchildren and political springs, and 22 That ho will rise In the 29 greatHgrandchildrcn. world, uo one questions, and he Is FUNERAL TODAY dosorving of whatever honors may Tho funeral sonvloos will too con come to him." ducted this morning at the Christian Church at 10 o'clook. Tho services Makes Us Feel Good. VlrgH by will be conducted Evaniston, Wyo., Aug. 8, 1911. Elgin, pastor of the Hartford MethoDear Editor.' Enclosed you will find dist Church, and tho Hartford (MasonMoney Order for which ito pay my ic Lodge. Interment will follow at subscription! for another ywar. I have Oakwood amatory. been a reader of your paper all my ma in .....m IHo and do not feel at present like HAVE YOUR PHOTOGRAPHS FOR doing without it. It does tue erood THE BIG INDUSTRIAL EDITION to sot your paper to see how all of TAKEN AT ONCE. the Ohio county people aro. I hope Big Fair Association. bhat itbe ItiepubUoana WlW all bo oleat-e- d an the StaAe and it I were there (Lexington, Ky., Aug. 12. fllhaBluo I would do all I could to help. Beat gpraaa Fair AssocIaUon today beard wteTwu to all of he Ohio county people and will consider a piopaskton to I ewn .their old friend, conporatlon to oianIze a J5OO.00O J. B. SMITH. give the blgat fair In tha United We would like to uea a cut of every States. The company proposes toou-d- o ainytlilng yot BrUcsupted In this raakleat of Hartford and Ohio county in our B4g LuduataLaJ Bdktlon. Shov country and to make the exhibition your civic prkle by Iwtaelsjg us your an on&ual affair. The matter will be photographs and tailing ua have a cut funther dlacuaaed at a fokire mot made of iyou, for enwy lluatratkwi log of tlw director. Th .plaa is ie Idea of Bd A. Tipwill raaka Um edlWon a hatter one, and th ooat ia only a ncaaiaal one. ton, reeaftt purAhaar of Uwproaea-- t You are a WlUwr ia Harktord. aad fair grouads. H. ia ttaiaM he Kill the aaaoeiatota us of 4ae Tlion not OUo oouaity, are you notT grounds Jor aaothar fair, tAaee th prev It by into tha lhaa-llg.buy other uaA heijJiHf ua to make thta eJWon proiraewl irompany will grounds for thair ashlbKlou Ua bast war lmWJWwd W KaoAuoky. I . N R-o- atln grt ht to ment should spend some money demonatrato proper marketing, just as it la doing tho development of Igooa Chicago Banker is Opti Neglects Mercantile Side roads work.in The Good Roads Department lias mistic. of Agriculture. been brought up to such a high state of offlck-nct it is estimated there Is being spent $1,000,000 a day In tha Makes Investigation of BusiAddresses Conzress of Producers improvement of our public highways. 9WL This is good work. i ness and Says it Will College, Tex., Praising can demons'triatq The government iM proper tnahkiat faculties Just as it Is be Better, Kjt State s Advancement. now demonstrates the values df differ.T ent soll3 for production. The govern-liioi- it Chicago, Aug. 12. "Tho country 1 which maintains an. expom'slrd Colece. To!.. lAne. IB. Nn fc.in In and tlfficlont consular serviced to aid' all right, the calamity howlers are tbeiUinlon is making such rapid head-T- our export trade can afford to expend all wrong."' This, dn brief i3 the as Texas in agricultural produc- a fow dollars to' better tlie marketing opinion of George M. Rey.nolds.preS' tion said B. F. Yoakum, chairman of osgs so that millions will not be de- ldent of tho iContlnontal and Com.of;, the Frisco lines, in an niddretes to stroyed every year .bocauso they armercial National Bank of Chicago,a9 ' the'Texa3 Fanrners' Congress yester-dayiH- ls rive at tlie city mark'et In bad or the resit of a wide personal Investispoaoh in pant, .follows : halt-tba- d gation of the agricultural and industr' condition. TJtjro are in Texas one and one-halconditions throughout the United WE WANT TO PUBLISH, IN OUR million djoMo onzatKitl in nro- States. The opinion Is set forth In ducipg from the solL iTexas hasonotie BIG INDUSTRIAL EDITION, A NUM a publication Just issued by the ibank IN to ira than any quher state by Im- BER OF THE FARM HOUSES It not only Is a report of Mr. dteynolda' proved conditions in marketing. The OHIO COUNTY. IF YOU WILL FUR personal observations, but It la da formers do not get as muoh as they NISH US WITH A PHOTOGRAPH opitomo of the sentiments of scores-o- f should for .their produotsiud mo one OF YOUR FARM HOME, OR BUILDhankers, railroad officials, heads of can improve thin .but the farmers INGS, WE WILL HAVE AN EN- Industrial corporations, and business CHARGE men throughout themselves. According to government GRAVING MADE, AND tho country.to whom reports, the producen ixicehies 4G cents YOU FOR IT ONLY WHAT IT COSTS Mr. Reynolds sont letters inof for products of .the farm for fwhlch US. ? quiry. the consumer trays $1. In tho general response to the InBAIZETOWN. ''laat yearns agricultural products quiries Mr. Reynolds sees a general Aug. 14. Ccops aro looking Cine were worth $9,000,000,000 to the fartone of marked cheerfulness, modermers; The sromermnont ifami val since the rains. ate satisfaction .with present condiTho residence of Aunt Batzy Ann es in getting figures for this total. As tions and confidence in the future. Embry was destroyed by Dire Sunday sunilln'g that thie farmers kpt Q The report is prosenbed as a fair in) of the products for their own morninig. .No insurance. dex to conditions in' tho separate geousjlthe consumers paid more than Mr. and Mrs. Baney Allen and graphical divisions and the country Mr. as a whole, $13,000,000,000 for what tho producers daughter, Sehct, Ky., visltwd as given by men most and Mrs. A. H. S&owar.t Saturday received $6)00,00O,00O. closely in touch with conditions. night and Sunday. Tb'e cost df getting the year's GIVES REASONS FOR OPTIMISM. Mr. G. N. Baize and iwlte and litproducers .to consumers The main reasons (for tho optimistic son Nok-n- , visited Mr. and Mrs. amounted to tho enormous sum of tle sentiment of Mr. Reynolds report are$7,000,000,000. The real problem to Walton Baize, iMclIenny, Ky., fxorn as folows: f doal5iwl!h is not, high cost of living Friday unM Snday, "The crop sevio'w finds an asgregate-conslderabl- Mr. Renfrew Ky., It isv Mgh cost of ailllug, better than tho passed through town (Sunday. The industrial exixrts are average. Certain cencals havo ibeen InMr, Odis Baize vdaifcod Mr. aver agricultural exports at tin jured materially by the weather, but rato of 7 to 1, because factory prcd-uo- ts Stewart Monday evomig and enJojsd tho agrogaito is good.. Tho general . are marlcotMd in a more huslnuss a waiter melon supper. business review finds no reason for Sevonal frwm this place ana attend like way than farm products. The fearing a lojigtu1 continued depression. United States is exporting $2,000,000,- - ing the moaning at Arnold, Ky. Thjiy Some of tlie industries are marking meetlnj:,' 000 worth of goods a year. In tha neiont laiia3 crowds and gcod time .with last ywar, others ano'pickiog ilr. J. J. Wilson, of Seilect, iwas In up rapidly. Others still a'ffeoted by itjwenty-fiv- o years our agriculturlast town list week. al exports have Increased GO the depression look forward to ImMr. Solomon Declwr.fram Oklahoma provement whih our commercial oxponts have and all admit the period lccivastd nearly 400 per cent. This visited Mr. ami Mrs. A. H. Stewart of partial stagnation has done much He reports Is ortainly a .bad showing for the far a fow days last week. to lowvr operating costs and plain rural dotulopmont groat damwgo In his State by hot an economical administration neglect nwis. It is has not kept pace with manufacturing winds. He rays the hat winds struck ed in tlie more .prosperous days. blwru In s.'iupes, and that tli3 corn and olty srowth. "The hanking situation Is clearing. Th.'ro may 'be reasons for this, on one side of tlie road be bunned The heavy excess of loans over dewould but there isi one which is more impor- up while on the oilier side posits has h en cut to half its protant than all o'fliers: our long neglect nut ha damaged. portion oighteen months ago, and this Mr. Qalqb Green and Leslie have of the (business side of Ifamulng. The so quietly that alarm has not been m ar town and will late S. A. Sap, who tod charge of niQv.id thieir mill apparent. Individual deposits are up . 'few tlaj-afarm domonstralon work in the De- be nandy. to xrk in a saving deposits are on the Increase partment of Agriculture, and who hod The rush to speculation is dlmlshod. Remember This. more to do with the recent agriculforeign trada ibnlanoo is vastly you Intend having a photograph Tho If tural development in the south than Improved reteent decisions have Industaken, to be uswd in our Big any one man, uadd to say disturbing uao..ratlntIes. your-s?l- f, Edition, whether it be of of successful farming required scien- trial bank-I- n your residence or your plaoo of "Tho business as iwell as the s tific knowledge, flbat lntenosts are awake to the need was business, iremomber it must be tak df currency reform and show was an art and the ruiiualrudor symen not Jaitier ithon Tliurwday, August simply .business. pathy with the Aldrlch pau or some .will be TOO LATE for Tlie business ond of husbandry has 24.', or it on panio the publication. As this .notice is FINAL substitute formed been sadly neglect.!, and that is tho fundamental points. In some quartsee tlie photographer AT ONCE. chiof reason why agricultural growth ers it is believed this wdll ho a 1912 sucth a poor showing In commakes campaign issuo unless Congress takes ARNOLD. parison with other national devolop-nwn- t. August 12. iHoalth In this com- It up during the coming session." munity is very good at this writing. Names Wanted at Once. The fammors of this country, .to reto The corn orop3 look fine since the It will ibe only a short time until ceive better prices, do not havo she above theories. nooent rainis. The yield will axperlment with untried our Big Industrial Edition will be Is. the average. They only have to copy what others sued, and we aro desirous of giving Daughcmty, traveling Air. Harvey nno doling euocesafully For instance, as tliis edition as big circulation salesman for the Stratton & Tres-togtho people Of Denrnank thirty years possible, and ask everyono to give Hardware Co., was in Morgan-towago necoived $12,000,000 for their ibut-te- r, us names rolativos or Mends that Butler county, litis week call- formerly of y wgiga and bacon. Thou thoy bgyan lived hi Ohio county, so ing on the merchants. Ho says trade societhe organization of market send them a capy of The (RepubIs good for this season otthoyear. ties. Wo lican's Big Industrial Edition. A camp meeting is being conductproducts Now the somo character of want Just as many names as possl-sibl- o Winbrings in over $100,000,000 a year. ed' at this plaoo by Rev. W. L. and ask your assistance. Whuti They ched and Rev. John Colard. are Nearly all their dairy products you think of some one you 'would like are having quite a successthere have crcam-eriu- s marketed through to have receive a copy of tho paper and other ogg exiort Bocletios already .been about 15 conversions and they formerly lived in Ohio coungood ponspeots of several have 25,000 anemlwrs. There la no and htore are ty, let us have the name, and Jus, as more Tho meeting has only been In many In such talk of high cost of living 4tfl as you can ithink of. progress one wook. that little country ibeoauso thoy have Mr. Roy Cook has maovod to Flint Division Board Meeting. .a system of economical mmnkotlug. organized un- Springs, Ky., We understand he is Division hoard meetings: The' six Tho term era there have commeclal going to engage In the merchandise divisions are called to nieet at tho der tust methods.' Tlie waste In fliw distedbutlon otfanm prod- business. His many friends wish him following times and places: Division ucts Is reduced to a anlnlniinnj They much success. No. 1, Barnett's Oroek church, Aug. Srjulro Mack Cook and wife visited 21, 10 bare In the profits of .aoouomlcal a. in. Division No. 2, Fords-vtli- e, Mr. Cook's parents Friday, near Ban-coomarketing. Aug. 22, 10 a, m. Division No. ' Ky. Dlvls-Io- n G, Centcrtqwn, Aug. 22, 2 p. 111. Wo know tUtwt all tormers are not Hurrah for Tho Republican's Big to have their otam oneajmonles. able No. 3, Dundee, Aug. 23, 10 a. m. Therefore a ocamuuniitry of former Industrial Edition. Division No. 4, Mi, Pleasant, Aug. g.t tosctfiar to buUd and ojont,oorw Find .those cuts, olthor of your- 24, 10 a. in. Division No. 0, Green-Brier- , atid profit of all self, your reaideueo or your place of Aug. 25, 10 a. in for tho oonvea-leAcTlie croaanary la tha ooncreto unit business, that you Jntond to use in All trustees are urged to bo, presaround rwbfcaa iwMl ibe conatruoted tho our Dig Industrial Edition, andeond ent at those rueatingts. It twLU Haver fnulaWbobood Uvetu to this office at oooe, or tlmy much time, and trouble will ho auanket kkv The fovftaaat should aaalst in may ho received itoo Hate for jpublloa-tlo- a. ed by being present fludlug a way for 'better farm market I HKNRY LEACH, Sapt, y TBEJVERAGE .; -- I yt x( one-tlilp- m Gram-HMorri- s, ben-ye- ona-olgh- th three-eighth- ge n, we-ma- k, e .A44A4A4A4 vw : to the New York Store Follow the Crowd SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS THE PLACE WHERE PRICES BIG MID-SUMME- CLEARANCE SALE! CONTINUES TO SEPTEMBER 9. IM ui wivwmmw&i ..n R of &;,;, Ww v w 1 1 X kp 4 P f COMMENCES FRIDAY, AUGUST 18 Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes and Clothing! NOW YOU KNOW Us Prom Past Ex- , ,J y J . perience That We Mvertise Nothing I BUT PLAIN - FACTS Seasonable Merchandise 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 will make the little competitors wiggle, and tickle the pocket bqok of every customer. Merchandise Dependable and Prices That Save You Money. Jpl'L?vJ'VJVJ Worth Choice STRICTLY Oilr CASH Are Terras GASH on of itoiM EXTREME LOW PRICES K The assortments are ample be disappointed. Coiuo to this Sale with full confidence that you will get far greatest values possible to secure anywhere and you will not the country to our store. Our the goods are worthy the prices are extraordinary. It's the one BIG BARGAIN EVENT of the season. It brings people from all over better in every way. The last salo 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 first-clasreliable goods are sold here. Therefore it is no wonder that people know THE NEW YORK STORE quality of merchandise is the best; they know that only are'aslcedTor very ordinary merchandise. This Great Sale promises to "bo the biggest event all flock hero when' wo offer to sell this character of goods at Lower prices than 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 evour history s, in ery thing marked at one price. t&3BK3)t7ttmm..imU!LmiML.i.ilJMLL Look for the Red Canvas Front. It represents Big SAVING to You. mtt BELOW FIND A FEW OF OUR NUMEROUS BARGAINS: .MtllWHJ!lg....'JUlJiB.lW J.lMWWtltlML1WMmimMmm)m9fimi HJWgMW MtiiJ)iiwuiw8mmemmmm9mmKwnKmnmmmnm Dry Goods and Notion Notion Department. Needle3 5c Ladies' Handkerchiefs 10c Ladies' Handkerchiefs 50c Ladies' Belts, in all colors SHOES! lc lc $4 SHOES! MEN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTHS Department. 10 Yarda of tic Bleached 10-4 39c the very be3t Calico 4ic or Unbleached Domestic Men's Belts 7c Bleached oj; Unbleached Domestic, yd. wide 5c 12c Hope Bleached Domestic, yd. wide . . . . 7c Boys Belts 23c wide 35c Bleached Sheeting, 10c Sox . . . : 35c 7c Lawn only 10 yards to a customer 10c Hose 5Jc 8c Apron Ginghams, during this sale 7Ac , 25c Sox 10c Dress Gingham 12ic and 15c Dress Ginghams.during this sale.. 9c 25c Hose 8Jc 12Jc Percals, yard wide 10c Children's Hose 20c Children's Hose, in all colors Rcady-to-Wea- r Dep't. ... . . . 3c . . . .19c Ladies' 19c 15c 7c 7c 19c 19c 7c 12c Men's Oxfords, in all the latest makes $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 .... .... .98c $1.19 $1.89 $2.89 $1.68 . $2.48 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 Boys' Serge Pants 76c Men's Brown work Pants only a few left . 25c 83c $1.10 Overalls the best made 35c Boy's Overalls 21c 50c Boys Overalls best made 39c 50c Men's Overalls 39c .... 39c 75c Waists, trimmed up very nicely 89c $1.50 Waists, white or black $1.98 $3.50 Skirts, in Blue or Black $5.00 Voile Skirts, in Light Brown only . . . $2.38 $8.00 and $10.00 Skirts, in CheafTon Panama $4.98 $6.50 and $7 Skirts in Voile or Panama . . . $3.98 19c 35c Ladies' Pants and Corset Covers 42c 50c and 75c Corsets, during this sale 89c $1.50 Warners' Rust Proof Corsets 92c $1.50 Ladies Chemise 92c $1.50 Ladies' Night Gowns , . . 24c 50c Ladies Long Silk Gloves Laces and Embroideries during this- sale at half - Table Linens. 50c Table Linens, in Blue and Red, per yard 75c White Linen Table Cloth $1 . White Linen Table Cloth 22c 14c ,42c Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps. 35c Men's Caps '$1.50 and $1.75 Hats, all colors 24c . . G3c price. 10c Ladies' Vesta 25c Baby Cap3 15c 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 19c 38c 38c 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 to 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 alUvool in Gray, only . . $7.53 $16.00 Men's Suits in Light Green $8.98 $18.00 and $2Q.OO Men's Suits in the latest styles, colors Light Gray, Brown, Blue Serge 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 $98 $15.00 Youth's Suits in Dark Gray Flannel . $8.98 $2.50 Knickerbocker Suits . . $1.69 $4.00 Knickerbocker Suits $48 $7.00 and $8.00 Knickerbocker Suits $4'89 $6.00 Men's Blue Serge Single Coats . . . . $39 .... ... .... ... .... t X IMMMMM Clearance Sale. See the k J Do Yourself a Real Favor. Come to this Store during this Big X 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 Jv W NOTICE! If you havo any friends or relatives that you think anything of, toll them about NEW TORS STORE LOOK FOR THE RED SIGN SALE LOTS 15 DAVS THIS GREAT SALE OVER THE DOOR - HARTFORD. KY. Beginning Aug. 18th Ends September 9th Look for the 4 NEW YORK STORE I ' ww iV Will You Try a Plat of Alfalfa tP t et Our Expense?: Would you try a plat of alfalfa, if wo wore to furnish tho seed without any cost to you? A largo number of farmers in this county would raise alfalfa, if they knew that it could be grown profitably on their soil. Every farmer, who is a reader of this paper, may try a small plat of alfalfa, at our expense. We have made arrangements with tho Farmer and Stockman, of St. Louis, of an acre. whereby we can offer any of our readers enough alfalfa seed to sow seed grows and your soil is found to yield alfalfa profitably, next year you If this 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 tho acreage. 1-- 10 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAA4AAA444444A4A4444444 - HOUSEHOLD HELPS. (A Special Department for Our 'Housekeepers. Contributions Accepted.) CASTORIA HOUSE PLANT FERTILIZER. 'Many houswlv-j- s fthoughtlossly (throw away the bones that accumulate In E mlIsvbn9 - For Infanta and Childron. How to Get the Seed. Send us $1.75 for our paper one year, the Farmer and Stockman one year, and the People's Popular Monthly ono year and we will send you enough alfalfa seed to sow MO of an acre, absolutely free of charge. When you remember that alfalfa seed usually retails for more than $20.10 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 are sure of having a quality of seed, which will enable you to make a thorough test of your soil. From time to time we will publish articles n 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 shuld therefore place your order with us at once. The seed will be mailed direct to you from the the Farmer and Stockman in St. Louis which will insure prompt delivery. Our paper needs no introduction to the farmers in this county. The Farmer and Stockman is the leading farm and stock paper in the nation. The . People's Popular Monthly is one of the best home monthlies in the country. ( t t tho kitchen wlien thesy aro Just what ,holr far tho tii1t1i tt plants. 'Burn tho benjs In the second hole of the range, and when quite white pound thorn to a fine powder. Mix a t"ofcjoonful or e6 (according to size of tho pot) In the soil around tho plants. This powder contains po'osh salts, which furnish an fertilizer for the" plants. TO (UN 8MCED OUCUMDERB. Pare and slice large cuoumbira; lot thum stand over night In a weak salt waer; in the morning drain off all tho water carefully; slice in some onions a3 yji would (for tabUi use. Pack tlie cucumbers and onions "well lrt glass Jars, Pour over hot a mixture made in the following way: To each pint of vlnujpar, one pint of sugar (vinegar not too strong), allspice and iepper to suit taste. S ol tight and when opened will be tho some in December as if Just plucked from tlie vine. OU3 APPLE OUP. (Apple cup is an old English beverage which is papular with communities. Cook half a dozen sour apples which have .been cut Into pieces without icellng, with half a pound of raisins, a large 'bay leaf, a small inkoe of cinnamon and tho grated rind of three lenions. Add two quants of cold water. Whtm tho mixture bolls add anoJier two quarts for of cold water and cook covered Bimimoring halif an hour after Uio begins. Then strain .the liquor (through a fine selve or bag, add the Juice of cracked the lemons and serve with CASTORM ' The Kind You Have Always Bought are n-- ALCOHOL 3 PER ' ncsr ill iiHilfiii AVcgelaWcPrtparalionlbrAs-slmilai!n$iteFbouandRcfu!a lingUic Stomachs undawM Bears the Signature of . ProraolcsDiSestionJOrcrfuri Pi" 11 mm ncss nnd RestXonlalns neiiiw Opimu.Morphinc norfhacraL AW not Narcotic. HmAia Stnt jUxJtaaa MtcprtMJiit&waijmm JhMc&tt- sWarhonakSiJti iW VJ In llrctiira- Omlkd Sjbst USaUrfrmtonr. Use forConsli)a-- ; Aperfect Remedy mm tVSf.aTlM Worms.Com'uIsions.fewnsh-nessandLOSSOFSLEEP- lion , aour aioiaxu.uiarnuu. Facsimile Signature of ' For Over NEW YORK. Thirty Years Guaranteed undcrth Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA TMC CCNTAUH COMPANY, VW OR CITY. 4 f44-l'- ' Ice. COLD BOXED CHICKEN. There aro a good many people who find an entirely cold meal unsatisfactory and, as they claim, indigestible-I- t Is liard to imagine that any dish of oaten with a plentiful dresring olive oil can prove indigestible, but It Is parhaps "vvdso occoslonaly to add something hot to the cold lunch or night meal. An appetizing dish is cold boiv-variety, chicken, the canned s?nved on lettuce leaves and garnished with slices of hot bacon, and often a cold meal is better apreclattd if it Is prowded by a hot, thin soup. iThe American housewife has always Is an abundance of ice, and there canned such a number of excellent dishes to ibe obtained in this country tliat with a littlo thought hot weather dishes should be varied and tempting. FAT AND OBESITY. diet, In regard to the fruitarian tlie 'considers that ono phjsiclan amount of fat In .the daily regime is at the greatest iniporatnce, as it affects not only temporary health, but is a vital factor in the ibuiilding up of a permanent healthy 'Physique, Fat in tho frutarlan diet can be taken In several forms, such as nuts, ollvo oil, 'buttor, cream, maize, oatmeal and tho yolks of eggs. Vtry few people know tho value of maize diet m al, although this antlclo of contains a high proportion of fat. He adds that one fallacy that prevents many people from talking fat is the diet that it will add to their adipose tissue, 'but abessity is caused through an excess of starchy matter w hich tan not be assimilated, and Is net ithe of Inking too much or cure too Uttlo fat. The only real for obesui'y Is by dealing with those organs of thj body whoso function it is to get rid of waste tissue. INDIGESTION. to A book on "IVt in Relation Age and Activity," wniarks that what is populaiiy termed "indigea'lon" Is of rarely a dls.nse in any sense lt tho word, ibut merely tlie natural of the errors in conformity to the to eaiJng habits of tlie enterprise simpler food undertake a trial of tlian thoaa around them conaumuipro-babl- y dejorniines the continuance of their unhappy Tteu.blt.-s- . In xuxuy inannctu ft muit be confessed that the oxxmip'alu,t, if so it must bo cullud, results from error, not In the quality i(f the food taken, but in d ro-!u- I & t Send us in your subscription at once, you will never have another opportunity like this to get absolutely pure alfalfa seed, free of charge. Use the coupon below and mail remittance today. Address all orders to The THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co. IB. INCORPORATED) I Republican, Hartford, Kentucky. Date- - t WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE RT COST. ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME OR BUSINESS THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Kentucky. 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 the Farmer and Stockman is to mail me postpaid enough alfalfa h of an acre of ground. fahfa seed to sow one-tent- HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN REACH. ' E. G. BARRASS, Manage r. My Name My Address New or renewal to The Republican? -. f OUR CLUBBING RATES, The The The The The The The The The The The The Republican and Louisville Herald Republican and Courier-Journal ' Zaek King, of Concord. Miss Sallie Crowe commenced tho fall tonm of school at this place Monday. Ik- - . STRING TOWN. Aug. 7. 'As I have not soen any nelws from hero I wall vfJto up our little .village, it Is a thriving lltUa place situated on ,lxa aid s of the Adaburg and Taffy road, about halt Taffy. way-- .bobwocn Adaburg and no shcais but ail kinds of Wo ibavo reltekm. Mr. Knox "Wright, our town marshal is up to his business looking alter tho evil doers. Victor Shafer, our news iboy Is always on the alert. Mr. Dick Bray swapped a flno tiwen two year old filly for a hound pup got the other day and tho man that thofiUy says ho la cheated. The good people of Mt. Moriah church has iput a. now roof on their churcJi and a new altar and carpet and twkw they want a preacher. Sunday Those visiting our town wcro Mrs. James Wedding and little and daughter, of Millers Station. John. Hamilton and iwlfo.of Tafyjind William Foneiran and wife and little daughter TJnaf Mt. Windy MrTom Hamilton and Viator Bhftf or attended the ico oxsni super at ns teaoher and he wants to knoi (what he will be oalldd. Mr. Harro Shown has a watermelon 'patch of f if toon hills and a dog house built dn the mlddte of his Tatch, and he and his dogs slns in it to watch lib patch, i and Every Republican stand firm do his duty and tihere will be no lost . $1.35 1.50 1.75 Born July 31st to the wire of Mr. Lon Taylor, a boy. Repthlican and St. Louis ro Globe-Democr- at c - k ;t ,t Mr. James Hamilton ,wont to Hooch Valley Sunday. Ml6 Nora Morgan, of Owonboro, vMtod Mb Iva Martini Sunday; Mrs. Sis Wade who has had a hjaioraao to out again, place this .u,. ifnnv Wrleht. of says'lie tired of town life and want a large town ou to buy S3 d &M oaa Mine chJcU-ne&ke lnw- - JIe hs a fitoyj top for a ro hwnesa he wante to put buggy u'and is on the trade, and a ueeiw41 1 awl po Hwatoay wrench aMeo he ce-ve- re Saturday nlht i ann nr 1 n ad pkwe. Taylor of tbta Vtioee wife baa' eot the saJwol a chol aye U (wife tU Mr. Dode en tke trad hs Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, ootdng directly upon the blood oaus-jand mucous surfaces of the By stem. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druglsts. A Strange Story. Take Hall's Family Pills for conArgyJe, Mich Mrs. Wm. H. Carson m in ji latitftr from Areylo. says: "I was stipation, almost iwJld with Bain in mv head, on Names Wanten et Once. other severe pains from womanly toou bios. After using Cardui, I obtained It will be only a short time until great roViaf. Further mse ofi Cardui our Big Industrial Edition will ibe Israised me from iny bod of agony. Car- sued, and we are desirous of gftWng as dui saved my life fwhen nothing this edition as big circulation olso would help "e". wboUiior se- possible, and ask everyone to give riously sick, ox simply ailing, take us names of relatives or Ifrlunds that 1 re- - formerly lived in Ohio county, so we Oandul. the woman's domic Moves pain, regulates irregularities, may send thttm a copy of The Repubbuilds weak, nervous woman ibaok to lican's Big Industrial Edition. Wo druggist about want just as many names as possi-slM- o health. Ask your 1 It. and ask your assistance. When you think of some one you iwiooild like to .have receive a cojuy of Alio paper and they formerly lived In Ohio counFOR FLETCHER'S ty, let us have the namo, and Juslias many as you can think of. 4tf tho qtuntlty. As commonly employod.the word "Indigestion," ilmottej, not a dls ase, but EAST VIEW. an admonition. It nmns, however, iAuust 8. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Uuit the Individual thus admoniahed few days last week French scent a not yet found Ms appMWrlotQdlot with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collins, of A man or woman In each locality. To ins join tho Supreme Cbuncll of this society tliat he takes food uivsuiUid for Id in, Li via. our Deneflt Certificate and Mrs. Frances Esetl, of Shrevo, vis- amongIntroduce and acquaintance. Musi or too inucH of It indigestion, therefrienda recently. ited Mrs. George Ambrose . Give fore, does not nossarlly, or Indeed, bo between IS and 60 year of Taylor ite erecting him a all or only spars time. Wo pay cash bene- oftn require medicine for Its removMr. fits (or sickness. Injuries, accidents and al. Drugs, and especially small pordwellng house. deaths. Experience not necessary. Can often Mr. H. J. Froneh etwnt Thursday at make from W) CO to (MS 00 a month and up. tions of alcoholic spirit, are A pleasant and hlchly profitable profes- uud for Uie purpose of stirauUilUng FordsvlUe. sion. Bvery member secured means a iMcW8. Bill Nicely and Dud Fdnoy certain assured Income for you every tho ebotnach temporarily to ip.Tforoi a month thereafter. Why not get Into busi- larger ebaro of work than by nature attendiMl the W 0. W.Wrbecuo at ness (or yourself NOWT No capital need, it Is qualified to undertake; a course LtveraxxMi Satomtay. ed, Send for particulars. which Is disadvantageous for tho inMr. sad Mm. 13 IU StnUh Bpet Ht-urd- BOX LA-29COVINGTON, KY. dividual it perah&xl in. and SuBday with Mr. and Mrs. E-2- Republican and Homo and Farm 1.25 Republican and Inquirer 1.75 Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.25 3.25 republican and uany uwensDoro inquirer k Republican and O'boro Messenger 1.75 Republican and Kentucky Farmer 1.75 Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1.50 Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.25 Twice-a-Wee- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. Children Cry CASTOR1A WANTED FtentS Priae Offers from Leading Manufacturers search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Greeley was formerly. Acting Commissioner of Patents, and" as such had full chargeof the U. S. Patent Office. Cook on patents. "Hints to inventors." "Inventions needed." "Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model for Ie fiv&v GREELE7&M?INT1RE l INCORPORATED ay 3, uTTsiSL WASHINGTON, T. C t The Fifth AnnuaJ FAIR f BRECKMRDGE conn ZHZscrrn-es- s i l issssmmzExzamEBKSXisssaaass Hardinsburg, - - Kentucky. AUGUST 22, 23 eutd 24, 1911 StaJse A H X HOME COMING WEEK FOR EVERYONE ,. A i. lOO lOO Sa.d.cLle Sta.3s:e. $100 Derby Stake. a. lPetx-eiol-m.- ts A Prof. Parker, the Noted Balloonist, Will Give etracL Balloon A.&cGxn&io3rx Each Day of the Fair. Leeijp Horse Show, an Clean, Moral, Old Fashioned County Fair. A display of Agricultural Products. of Hogs, Sheep, Cattle and Poultry each day. A RUNNING and TROTTING RACE! EACH DAV. OUR FLORAL HALL THE BEST XX? THE STATE. REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS. TRAINS STOP AT FAIR GROUNDS. V X A -- tniwtn Lwlst Write CUPID HITS EMPLOYE to Secretary. A t Hartford Republican. Entered according to law at the I'oitoHlce Hertford, Ky., as mall matter ot the necond well have adopted the publican pla'ifonm 'entirely. mlsht as Re- cla. C. M. BARNETT, HAMEY E. DUKE, J. J. EDITORS PUBLISHERS Judge O'Rear's spoeoh at Elizabeth-tow- n last Monday was a masterly rt the and will ring throughout S'nto from now until the November NEY FOSTER election. of-fo- NEY FOSTER AND PROPRIETORS. Address aH communications Tbe Hartford Ropubllcan. Cvim'brlJad.........(..-....-....'4Xto-ujrl- gavo the Bem-cratHenry Watterson delegates to understand (hat His he is not dead by any means. to Influence over the Democratic party greater than, that of Kentucky is of any other man. tc TEiiSPnonra. 0. KIttm....-......- ... 22. 18. FRIDAY, AUGUST REPUBLICAN TICKET fffcr Governor, EDIWIARD C. O'REAR, of Mt Starling. For Lieratonant Governor, BRISTOW, .Uof L..Georgetown. ' thos. For Attorney General, b. wogregor, of Benton. . Vor Auditor, LEONARD W. BETHBRTJM, of lit.. Vornom. Vmc j Treasurer, HERMAN F. MONROE, Of Louisville. For A. aorotary of State, i. OLIVER, of Scotteville. Tor Comrotseloner of Agriculture, V. W. CLARK, of Barbourvllle. Toe Superintendent of Public histruotlan, C. Vf. VINSON, off lYlnootoa. Toe Clerk Count of A'ppenlB, C. S. WILSON, ot Williamsburg. Ar WT Itepneserotative Ohio County, f. A. LEACH, of Beaver Dum. Ftor Senator, HOIMAN, of fcloraantown. O. "CRear, ie ' j tho pooiile hmd victory" a, good slogan which was Btantod ( The 1outoviHo. Herald. .JixcptforafewHirai tism .e fip P&noerotio on national Con;vvatiin The article contained in our last week's issue concerning Judge L. L. The Democrats should either bring Bristow, Republican nomlnoa for Lieu tenant governor, has been widely cop- - Iforwiard some proof to show that led by various newsiapors Of the btaio Senator Bradley .was elected by cor- sbawing a ko?n Interest In the (person- - rupt methods or they should foiwer allty or candldVo Briatow. jnold their peace. The bolting Detmo- orats did Just .what The Courior- . The only real way to determine 'journal told' them .to do, and some how best to oast your vote at any of thean voted for Mr. MaO.ary. election is to hear and study botti Several of them, notably Honorable sides of the quxtion, (treating each Billy Klalr, have iboen rewarded by impartial namtnatJans for important offices. Mr. fljhiskiey latoivfcts.. contention in a fair and manner. This Is all the Republican Klalr is now tOieinomlnoefor Railroad Watterson on Committee to Decide candidates nek of the voters of Ken- - Commissioner in tho Second District, on Mint Julips. tucky tills year. Was he (paid to holt Bed.ham,or did I Washington, Aug. 12. Representaho stanly follow tho advice of tbe tive Ollie James, ot Kentucky, and Judge O'Rear .addressed a letter to cour-jnal- , of p aposili Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, Government each of the Democnaitlc and ReimbU-- 1 rjeonocrajcy in Kentucky? ! Puro Food Expert, who with Henry suggesting! can editors of the State mmmmmmmmm dTOohsfcmibail in that he thdlr cooperation his Watterson, of Louisville, Mbre named Mr. MoCreary maldns this campaign one noted for usual desire to evade taking sideB as a commititee to setjtla an aliased Its high character and freedom from on any Important question when he $2,000 bet as to the merits of a mint personalities or abufw. He has been nefustd to adivJee the Democratic Julep, had interviews today touching by Convention greatly commendfd for his act haw to dudde on the that famous beverage. Tho utterances of Mr. James, popumany editors of Democratic nowspa- - .county unit question. His Btatament pero. any- larly suposed because of his placo that he would ho eatlslicd with thing that the delegai'os .would was of residence to be ex cathedra, set Convention r.hartLP.t,iilfific. nsmpclallv as h .follow- - forth that a mint Jullp should be The Stato wa3 almost as noisy as tiie celebrated u ft that tfco mixed in a silver cup, a lump ot eugai Music Hall ineHing, and at times It , tQ deslre te lt baa In tho bottom, with a lunyj or two of looked as though it would refuse to . en mint Next comes craclwd Ice filling Mf jIa0wary that hear Beckham apeak In' 0Q OQJ oocca8,on ,vhen th9 the cup to the brim. The ice must defense of the State platform which quegtun be stlnr-uas lt Is put In tlhus crushftJW Wfl ft . ., he noported. He was met a-- almost I m i, ua lW ing the mint a bltand putting a fine . ..v. " 'A'v... TOry sentence by hisses and hoots MBI with groat oi'rmestnoea: "It freorilv-e- r frost on the outside of the cup, an from tho large element of whteky at tho ratio of 1C to 1 is bot ornamental feature highly ivgamded. people In the Convention. for my anoplo, then I am for It. The stirring must be done with a iWhv did ihn Dunopriatlo. Rlatn the other hand the gold silver spoon if the true Kentucky If upon Then (too vcntlon refuse to denounce the ulec- - standard Is best for my lwciple, then ideal is to bo gained. tlon of Senator Bradley In tlie plat- - I am for it. Now let no mnai siy whisky Is ipoured in and the wonder McCreary haa not; Is complied. fnmo if ha was eleotI iby fraud or utat Jaamis B. It happons that in Dr. 'Wiley a teecorrupt mu.hcdj? his position upoa tho mony after all ot the stated totaller whs seourd as a Judge. Dr. Judgo O'Rear for , quosHoa." d.nunciution cC Wiley said if ho was calKxl on to his Ktatoment that Senator Biadley's Henry Wattorson abhors overydldng produce a mint Julip ho would pro-cuelection was .without eta'n, the dele some mint, look up some Wash- -' gates to tho Democratic State Con that sjn.ockH of liquor to such an ex- was ington bantender arid oak him to ventlon uttered not a word uiwn this tent thait his eeodlUvo spirit subject. They v,xi knw that any ' greatly ouuvaod 'because thj RnniB- - make a jullp. State Oanrenilon was held lu dxlamtlon of this kind would For Sale. he tdjimed a her garden, w&t- -j vlot their numln.e for povornor and Residence and two lota In Hartford. I also Uieir nomtaci for Railroad Com-- 1 withHtandlnig ithe city of Loulavilk mlsbioner in the Second UlatrCot Nqw provided )e tptaoj and InvHed tha WH1 mil, or trade for tend. S. F. WALTiACB, givtly It U time for the local weua toeloao ihUb. Now he Is again , R. 4.. Harttoixl, Ky. up on this incident dteUirbad because he cays the Rjib. WA , , ' t fc It was clearly evident to thooe who were in atendance at Ihe Democratic State Convencdott last Tuesdaxnight of the dek&ates that a majority opposed to the county unit were plank, and tMr. Woibierson's substitute would have bean adopted except for the statement made that the candidates on. tho Democratic ticket desired a plank similar to the Republicans. When called upon to do Klmtoll, how& by ever, Mr. MoCreary refus-xto come forewaid and personally stated 'that ho desired ithis plank and his reasons for desiring it. l llcans of Louisvile selected a man for campaign chairman who makes barrel and keg staves and he alleges that eome of these staves are used for the purpose of making receptacles to hold the beer. No doubt Colon 1 Wattereon takes his in bottles and objects to its being ruined by contact with such unci an material as wod. It Is reported that the Colonel in addition to his charge that; all farmers are night riders, is about to Isjue a broad slds against them claiming that they are going to OTR&ir in droves and that O'Rear is thieochy in Sv.me way connected with, tho whiskey people, 'because the farmers produce the corn from which the whiskey is made. It seems that Marse Henry is having a hard time proving that O'Rear Is an enemy of the State because he is too much In favor ot temperance and at the same itlme that ho Is lnsincre because he is being supported by eomdbody who is renoately connected ith the beer or OF THE REPUBLICAN Miss Nellie Woodward Arthur and Mr. Petty Married in ' Louisville, Wednesday. .,, ....o tn. A great sunprise was sprung on the Hartford people Wodnesdav aftpp. noon when a telephone message was received: from Loulaviille announcing the marriage of Miss Nellie Woodward and Mr. Arthur fatty. The surprise Wos all the greater for the reason that only a few knew that either Miss Woodward or Mr, Petty wiere in Louisville that day. For several months Mlsa "Woodward had been in Burksvllle, Ky., where she had a good position as stenographer and only a few friends kn'yw of her going to Louisville. Several days ago Mr. Petty asked for a faw days leave of nbsenoe from his duties at The RejpulbUcan ofI fice stating that this week he wanted to take his ivucatolon. He, was very persistent in wonting his vacation this week but notMng moro was thought of tho matter. The ceremony took (place at noon nt Louisville at ho home of the bride's brother, Mr. Paul Woodward, who has resided In that city for some time. Mr, and Mrs. Petty are exuected home this attenron and will be at home to their frJonth Both are extremely weil liked fey everyone. Mrs. Petty is the daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Woodwaird, of this city, and is a splendid o'oung lady. Mr. Petty is tfc0 jn of R.R. Wedding and is a printer 11ly. w several months he has been oonnwctfd with the nvchanlcal force of The Republican. The many frtenda of the young coupla will join The RedMiblloan l extendlnfc Ibest wihs. ! Dena, visited relatives near Utlcalast week. Prof Elmo Williams, of Owenslhoro, was in our village 'Monday. antd Lula Misses Mairlissa Fester at and Bertha Ward are visiting . Beaver Dam this weak. Messrs. Gilbert and Rollgh Westef-flel- d have tyiphold fever. Mr. W. R. Stevens has gone toQw-ensbofar a few days. Mr. Elvis Henry a'ocoirtplaniod his father from Pleasant Ridge to Louisville Monday. The latter having iboen In bad health for some it ton o has gone tliere for treatmBnU I Misses Sofa Wand nndf Geme'a Shown are visiting at Qwenaboro. Miss Cora Thomasson left Saturday for Smalhous where she will teach the fall school. This Is Miss fTham-ason- 's predict first school but w for her success. Misses Irene Ward and Violet Barat nard are spending a few days West Hairtiford. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bennett, of Pleasant Hill, were the guests of relatives here the first of fche week. Mr. W. F. Stevens ia ipalntlpg the now Woodman .Hall at Heflln. ro i. V JUST Received MY FALL STOCK OF trb w I and 4 Minute Records ! ' 1- and .Phonographs na An ordinary case, of diarrhoea can, as a mile, ha cured by a single dose of Chamborlaki'8 Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea RraoOy. This remedy baa no superior for bow-e-l complaints. For sale by all drugtats. m NO The most complete line I've ever had. Come in and. hear them. t coij-.llc- an wlt CREEK. J.B.TAPPAN Jeweler and Optician, Aug. ?. The medtirg at. Mt. eonUmies to l&creaee ja eat. v ip. Her-ra- oa HARTFORD, KY. M . BIe Rial ami Awgfabr, Mlsa FREE! I - FREE! PIANO! J ft FOR YOUR HOME. We will give away FREE an Expensive High Grade Instrument, Manufactured by The Edmund Cote Piano Manufacturing Company, of Fall River, Mass. 4 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 Come to-day! 1. Nice gropes for wile, 3 cents per vuu un 'i.ain unun ou Miss ICV.li' rlne Rogers, of Qulncy, It tha guest of Mra. Al?x Sirs. Erkttiw Kulkoiaun, Matanww, HI., Is ha rcturtvd homo after a visit here Barnett with Mr, ami Mra C O, Huntn. For tho cholooat Staiplo anel Fancy The Cheapest Place at Earth to buy Groo?rie8, fifosli nil ho filnw, call os 'Likens & Acton. 2tf all kinds of 5octk. a. Tho OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY CO. ''Mr. anJ-JlrE. Q. .Cooper of 29tf Hartford, Ky. ppfnt Monday In Hartford Mrs. Lelnm Smith, of LuuksvUlo, and guests of their nlax, .Mrs. Mary E. Mra, B. L. Dupoy, Of Brookport, 111., TUytar. woro dho gu"cts of Mr. II. H. Olllffl-pl- o Wira. Mary E. Taylor, and eon, and family Saturday and Bun-da- Master Gaylo vlalt d Mr. arid ' iMra wT 0. Wal'ace of Nd CrceK last Got our curato prices on PaJont Sunday. Prescriptions bofoivj Medicines and Mr. Claranoe Banlisflt Central City, going cteswhoro. Wo can eavo you baa ace .ptod a position In J. W. Tny-lormon-jy-. harbT slrp during tho absence OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. ofMr. Bon Taylcr, who ia taking his 5tf vacation Miss Kathcruno Thonrpe.in, of Ford . af . 111a Miytl. lUUi-tiV11V1IIU lVIOrtlV W UV1 ll m A Itf.HfW.. ilV, HAVE YOUR PHOTOGRAPHS TAK day after several days in DN FOR THE BIG INDUSTRIAL this el'y, tfce guest of Mrs. E. M. EDITION. WHETHER OF YOURWoodward. SELF, YOUR RESIDENCE, OR YOUR If you do not belkivo that It T. STORE, AT ONCE. Hor, tho saddler and hanws3 man, yourFJnd tihrrao cuts, either of Ins so mo of tho bo3t saddles at the self, your residence or your plaoj of you ever saw, cheapest price Just busla as, thait it irulsrid to iim In go and see. 4t4 ouwBIg Inidhetrfal Edition, nndsnd Col. C. M. Barno'it spent Monday filiffn 4r 4Yi' .I'Ina u.i m titter to may hy received too tal'jo for ,utfbKca- hero wfrjh Ma family, returning a tlon. LouIsvllCo Tu eilay, where h3 Is monili-of the Republican Campaign Flpjtl ithfieo cuts, eith-- r of your Comnnlttco- YOUR. PHOTOGRAPHS TAK self, your residence or your lilaoa of HAVE THE BIG. INDUSTRIAL busln6s, that you intend to use in EN FOR EDITION, WHETHER OF YOUR- our j. Big Industrial Bdltion," andeend SELF, YOUR RESIDENCE, OR YOUR them to this olflce ait own?, or thy may bo rosoJvoJ loo lafie for ipublica- STORE, AT ONCE. tlon. Postmast T M. L. Heavrin, CJrcul WE WANT TO PUBLISH, IN OUR city an E. G. Banrae3, Clerk BIG INDUSTRIAL EDITION, A NUM Postmaster E. P. Taylor, of Befliv IN Dam, loft Wednesday for several diajfe BER OF THE FARM. HOUSES OHIO COUNTY. IF YOU WILjL FUR liny at Atlantic City. NISH US WITH A PHOTOGRAPH When you havo visitors or are OF YOUR FARM HOME, OR BUILD going anywhere yourself we would ENINGS, AVE WILL HAVE AN Tihe Hrpub- be glad if you mould GRAVING MADE, AND CHARGE llcam know about it. We are alway3 YOU FOR IT ONLY WHAT IT COSTS glad to got It'ims of interest. Hk Bhnelene nnd Thelm. Jgoe, r. oz uwensooro, are ine guens oi immI Mrs. T, Barnard. pnm, Make Your ry Cooking Easy 8W i JSi J8J" JBWR5BtaiffiWBB39ES U3IM y. Ts I ,1 Jt a splendid opportunity to get this WATCH Piano FREE of all cost. FOR OUR ADS. IN THE REPUBLICAN. US. .Mrs. Florence Mauzy, widow of the Esq. C. V. Mll.s and family, of lata W. H. Mauzy, has been granted Fordsvllle, will leave this week for a pension of $12 per monrth and also a .pension fcr itiwo cf he'r children, of Anltansas, nvhiero tlwy exipect .to make of the'.r home. The resignation of Esq. $2 etich unitil they are 1C years age. Os JSkft&Gb, PHILLIPS HOTEL BATH HOUSE New Building ng at Dawson Springs Wedncsday-tselect itihe time, place and manner of s lectin g a Rnrubllcan candidate for disRailroad Commissioner In this o Mr. It B. Martin ationdMl the mati- trict. Mr. Gecnge Arbuolde, of Central, Oltv. who wa3 formerly to (busines's in y.has goni to aincIninatl.wheTei th!s .. Shady Yard AND .'. Five Mineral Wells .'. MINERAL ' -. Large, Cool Rooms. BATH HOUSE MfinrHN STEAM Baths gsven by Hot Springs Attendants. J. R. PHILLIPS, Proprietor. ho will complete his couree in the barber trade. He has not definitely decided upon hl3 location rwhen he re turns home. Air. Estill Park, who for several years has been connected iwitih the. Ohdo County Drug Co., has rrasigneil' Ms nositionj He will prdbaibly at iteraTaT school tit pharmacy this win ter and 'Ms friends wish him success in any work he may engage In. Mr. E. d Miles as Magistrate of that district was jcciated en Aug. 15, and Mr, Grant. Pollard has boen rocccmimendfd to 'Gorivrncir Wlllson for- - appointment lo;fill out tho unexipIrKid trm. Mr. Miles .was Masiatiate two years ago by tivs Repulbllcaos and he has proven himself worthy of the mlact-confild oco in him by the voters, and everyone has been perfoctly satisikd with liim. Mr. Pol lard Is well known In the county and for four yiears was deputy .sheriff. Meters, W. T. PendJeton nn,d ,. ., By buying one of our famous 0. K. Cooking Stoves. For years we have been distributors of this'mako of Cooking Stoves. We carry in stock everything from the small top, just big enough for two, up to the mammoth steel Range that's big enough for a whole regiment. Every one gives satisfaction up to its fullest capacity. Why should you be worried with a half way cooker when you can get the best here for a very little more than you pay for an ordinary make shift. You cook over one thousand meals a year. Over a thousand times a year you use a cook stove. Why shouldn't you have a good one? Learn to depend on us to relieve your cooking troubles. 4-h- Stoves from $ 2 to $65. 1 E. P. BARNES & BROS., BEAVER DAM, - KY. BARRETTS FERRY. August 14. We are aojdtaig rain again at ithits place. ' ' Rov. Brandon if Hied his regular apBaymus Saturday pointment at night and Sunday. Revs. Coonty and 'Bennfi'jt aw conducting a protracted m;atlr.ig at Oak N-i- . n. i .uarnara onctirraineu lasi rnuayovwi- inc ,wdfch a lnwa marfev at the home jot Ur. and Mrs. PendM'pn for Miss Misaalu anil Miss SmKlh, (who are vis- - ... J. C. light my pipe she complains of Uio smoke. If 1 stand up slhe puts hor 'rates: $7 to $10 per week. Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, AUGUST 18. IlllnolsCentralRallroad--Tlm- e Table. At Beaver Dam Ky. North Bouuil. No. 1112 Konlli Bonurt. - due :05aiu.- , No.l21dBlt:S5a.m. No. 1(U doe 2:48 p. to. m No. 11 No.l2tiluel2:28p.m. o.l03da5:p.ui. Air. C. du8?. F. Ytallaoe, of Roslne, paid fruit Jaco 05c us a call, Saturday. and COc ' uMason'a at Lokana & Acton'g. ' Mr. S. P. McDowell, of Dundee, was in 'town, Wednesday. ' Wr. C. A. LtadJey, of Point Ploas- ant, called to eo9 us Fnlday. Mr! S. M. D?xter, of Osntertown, 'paid us a plea'sont call, yesterday. t County Atitoraey C. E. SnUth.tmns-- 1 acted buslni m in Oentertowtv Monday. Fdne bMigalns are to be had on our Gc and lOo counter. LIKENS & ACTON. atk Bring your Produce to LAkeaa fw Hartford, Ky. Beet Aefcon, & lad. Deiruty ShrAf f and Mrs. G. P. Jonoa weire i)kamt oallera at hte office, Tidy. ' HAVE . V TN YOUR PH0TOGRAPJ1B FOR EDITION BIG INDUSTRIAL THE Mrs, M&ntha Rene and Mr. Emimett 0 soliciting to Hartford for our Cleatony Ky., vtelted Bllg Intkifitrlai Edition la convUi$lf TAlKEN AT ONCE. OasnWer, of ' vb. tine IfsenlUicfl of Mr. R. H. Glllo&ple iuui wu are uuw caiiius viu iwiw The case of the eourt and Mr. Low Hatefef trom Friday In the county. We believe we have ller,bift Kisg in Judge Cnuiwe'a uatll Swwiay. made a "thorough canvas oC Hartford. Monday wa by If hawtover, any mo Imw been overTlie annual Labor Celebration - JUVB YOUR I1HOTOGRAPJISTAK ThlB July 21, 1011. United looked. It has 4jojn through mlsitake TiHK BIO INDUSTRIAL WHUfcww Mwm Loeal 809, FOR J. W. MqOAUTY, Mliw Worlwa of America will ho held and wo would .b--J glad to have thtfn !tf WiHETlfER OF YOUR D1TION, Banking 4. phone useo theyi can have tlw mat- Aiaslnee of the Fordavllle RB8IDBNCE, OH YOUH at WilUame Miwee gittve Sei. saitf. YOUR 4ti ter !Xiaisd to iimm. ' . vwAoy iavitd. '!.: . 8TORB, AT ONCK. Miss Daisy Baker, of Echols, and T.V Taylor, of Simmons, mere married yesterday afternoon at the dawson springs, ky. Yeiser House by Rtiv. Virgil ECgin. here, by accempanied They were Mlsacs Minnie Maddox, of Btaver Mr. Oero'a Thomas and little sister? Dam, and Mr. Shelby dole, of Simat mons. Miss Ruth, are visiting relatives Morgantown. Mr. Wilson Bennett, of Owen&boro, Afcioray Otto C. Alartin transacted and Mrs. Louisa May were married bus'jnees la Cen'ral City and Morgan-tow- n, Wednesday evening at the reeld ince .this wwk. cC Mr. and Mrs. Lswis Turner. Rov. Dr. C.RR.mnett left Sunday for R. D. Bannett perfonmexl thia ceremony hd will teach After vlsltiing friends and relatives Slmmona, Ky., wlv-r- e school this fall. in Hartford they will leave for OwenBboro where they will HAVE YOUR PHOTOGRAPHS FOR EDITION niBlde. THE BIG INDUSTRIAL TAKEN AT ONCE. Issue of The Elsowheiw in this Republican, will hu found the comattended Miss Bonslo Taylor County Oouni'y Fair ai. LultchiKeld plete program cf the Ohio Grays ni.A fl iip I'll la vi.i f Institute that mofita In Teachers' to. Josephine Mll.s, cf Fordaviille, this city August 28 for a Itlvo days Dr. Mutchler, of Bowling Mra. Mlsliied her daughter, J. A. s:seon. Green has been secured as instructor, Tueaday and Wednesday. Thomas, is to" be congratuOr. J. A. Duff, of Dundee, and Capt and Supt Lvach lated upoa smcurlng his (wrviotB. J. J. Tllford, of Irvington, were ia the city Monday aai'd ixald ua a pleasant WE WANT TO PUBLISH, IN OUR I BIG INDUSTRIAL EDITION, A NUM call. IN Typewriter iper In all gradea, type BHR OF THE FARM HOUSES writer ribbons and carbon piper for OHIO COUNTY. IF YOU WILL FURsale all the time at The Republican NISH US WITH A PilOTOGRAPH OF YOUR FARM HOME, OR BUILD44tf. offJoe. ENINGS, WE WILL HAVE AN When you need druga of amy kind CHARGE GRAVING MADE, AND COUNpleasi dont forget THE OHdO YOU FOR IT ONLY WHAT IT COSTS TY DRUG CO., has tie quality and . 5tX US. tne price ia right also. Quito a number of the friemda of MIs Hazel Tanner, of Morgan-tow- n thla office have, mesonded to our reamd Miss Cava Andeiwun, of guests of Mr. quest for items of inienfet for Qxreaeboro, ara the & We are always glad to Mul Mrs. S. A. Anderson. any news Itom you may know and Users of carbon paper should try ycu will greatly favor us by s:nd-In- g the famous "Echo" carbon paper. Our uflfort is us such news. Guaranteed the .best paper on the to b&vo you a better paper each week, market. Sold iby The Hartford Re- a iMWgwer that las the nijB when 44tf. publican. It J3 flrJW. i.i juyi luug t. c A most enijoya.ble ovumlng were: was spent nnid tiiose present Mlssr--3 Nora Smitli, Mt. Vernon, Ind.; Lela Mlschke, Evansville, Ind.; Win-ni'- e Cotitrell and Cava Anderson, Mary Stiewartt, Beaver Diaim; Nora Widdddng, iH. '.title Rll-yAna Winona Eliza Kcown, Ruth Riley, A'ima SMions, Beatrice Haynos, Rlky, Lcnialne SuHcnger, Lucille Pir-ti- e. Ozona Mosoly, Louise Phl.pps and Mussts. Allison Bar-neK'l.ie PenidU-toE Y. Park, J. Ney Foster, EJHs FosUr, Sydcey Wtl'ams, Eatill Bar-- n k, ilt, McHonry Holbrook, Harold L. T. Riley, McDowell Fog!eJ. C. Bairnarid, W. T. Pondla'.on and Lee Robertson. , Hol-broo- Democrats Hold Convention Here. A county mass convention of the was hold in this city last Saturdoj' at which time delegates w ire named to atbnd. tlie S ovatonlal Oonven't'lon held in Louisville Aug. 15. Delegates were also Belated and Stlato Instructed' to the Democratic Convention which met In Piatform Loul&viiltio also on Aug. 15. A convention for nominating a candldata county for Representative of Ohio was also hwld. Jlr. M. T. Wester-fielof Plea?ant Ridge, Ky., was the only candidate and he was declared tho nominee Only a very email crowd ateaded tho conventions and was inanl- enthusiasm but Kttlo d, 3 . . Iftuted. arms around my neck and kisses me 'till I can scarcely .breathe. It got on my nerves. "When I took a trip I wiroJe her se daily and she quanvilod with me I didn't write three times a day. I hope she will show me a little) Grove. Lycurgis Eavreti vlsltad iJlrs. inorj consideration now." Mrs. Rowe Hamson last Monday. Remember This. Sahool is progiicsslng nicely at his place with a good teacher and fine' if y(oU intend having a photograph j new house. taken, to 'be used In our Big Indus Miss Olivia Harrison spjnt Satur- trial Edition, whether It (be of your-s.l- f, day nfgCit and Sunday with her f ntemd your residence or your place of attended business, rvanrmber it must b? tak- -. Miss Ernest Boswell and ohurch at Oark Grove. en not Jafer (ham Thursday, August Mr. Willie Hairl who has been out 24t.1i, or it will be TOO LATE for tbneE'hCng wheat for the last fJW wvek publication. As this no'.lci Is FINAL movicd In homo Saturday eve. Svd tlie photographer AT ONCE. Mr. and Mib. Worth Lloyd return "My wife wanted mo to itake our ed'home foam firom Owonilboro Wed- ugly nesday night where they had b.wu boy to die doctor to cure an visiting relatives. the boll in a short time." Quickest Mrs. Oscar Midktff and little d:uight Okla. "i eaid 'iut Bucklen's Arnica , and itcurod er Earnestlne who have bo n visit- - Salve on lit' (She did lug her mother, Mrs. DannOa for the tlie boll nl a short itfmie." Quickest past month will return to Lexington healer of hums, Scalds, Cuts, Corns, Bruises, Sprains, aitdHnigs, Beat Pilq in a few daysw Mr. Row Harrison wnit to Dundea cure on earth. Try it Only 25c o.t all druglsts. m Tuesday on .business. Dr. D. H. Gods y and faimMy of Shrove visited relatives at Sulphur Springs last week. Quite a number of young folk6 from here went to Sulphur Springs Sunday ovoiulng. Among thm .wjre Misses: Boswell, ' Earnle O'iv.ta Harrison, MJi'chie-1- , Llzzlo Forcnuui and , Ella Maasrs. John MMchel, Foster Thom as and Parvln Mldkiff. . Gwgo Hurt and '100 lbs. Gran. Sugar ...G.50 Mr. and Mrs. 15 lbs. Gran. Sugar. 1.00 little eon, Wrecks of Owshoro are usltug his mother ta thla iilaco. 50 lb. can Pure lard 5.50 , SPECIAL Cash Prices. Notice. undersigned assignee of the The Fordavllle Banking Company will De In Fordavllle, Ohio county, Kentucky, at tho offtoa of the Fordavllle Banking Company, on Saturday, August 19,19ll at which timo and place luld assignee will sit to receive claims against said estate, and any creditor falling to Nsut at tho tlmo named, his cladma verified in tho manner claims are re quired to be verified, against the estate of .dccenxloirts, except that they need not ue venrieu wy a parson oiu-o- r than the claimant, shall ibo doomed to have waived his right to any 's part of the alilgnod estate. See Statutes, Sx. 402. Rust-Ball- pub-l.catk'- i). 49 lbs. Viotor Flour 48 lbs. Bob White Flour If you intend having a photograph taken to be" used in our Big Indus- - 48 lbs. Town Talk Flour trial Edition, whether it he of your 24$ lbs Victor self, your residence or your place of Bob yhite. Business. viwoer u mua oe uk- Remember This. j 1.40 1.25 1.15 70c G5c OOc en not Jafcr than 2Wi, or it win bo August 24 lbs. J.OWI1 for q boxes .. pulbllcatlon. As this notice Is FINAL Aiuiwits aw .the vhotographtr AT ONCE, Thui-eday- , too lattb lalk ,r For-get-me-n- ot nn. uo 2Uc i CommoKh i'n" 3 lbs. liest liico 3 lbs. Keg Soda Hugged too Much. St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 12. Phillip H. 3 boxes Table Salt Nlch.reon trkdto auloide Iby cuttilng 3 bars White Floating an antiry In his wrist. ROvtveid to a hoapltal, he exjilalned: "I'sn fond of my wlfo and I want fond of jneihut there's a her My wlfo Is too affectionate, limit 8!w wants to sit on my lap con tlnuallv. and hug and kisa tnio. If I 10c lOo dtailsL Soap, T 'M. ...lOo too ( r Hartford Grocery Co. v ,j.j..L.!j.L. '., lAlc Rbftods. A , h 3:30 Htotory, tofaes a, e, , (S M H.) Jmfo Ford. ta"""" yyjpw with Ely's Cream Palm 3:45 Clvios, ttfl correMMi C. Jack-eo- n. ,T M, T S.)- -J. b anH d (E, MONDAY, AUGUST 28. It quteklr afesortai. , HeRkli and tho life of the Ooramun-- , Gle RtM al Once. FJRST A. M. SESSION. Jt cleans, Bootheft, aiqw ity, (C H.) C. Roas Bawwtlt. 1:45 Tho Course of Study, Organizing. Hyglrtio heals and protects 4:00 Plujiilology, School Made (T M, T S, P E, S E.)-O- tto , tho dinenscu 9:00 Asstenmoat of Scats. and Shcool (Sanitation (S P, C H, H brane resultingtimni. Catarrh and JHvw from ro. Instructor. Exorcises, 9:S0 UovoUonal P.) iTh Inairuotor. away a Cold In the Head quickly, llcstorea 2:15 Tho Coureo of Study, topic i Bruaer. Senses of Tato and Smell. Full slza the 4:15 Organisation of Teaehers' (T S.) Mrs. Nettle Lbyd. at Druggists or by mall. Liquid 10:00 Address of Orootlng, Hon. C. I, d)-(6- ), for the County and by Ed- 50 cts. Balm for use in atomizers 75 cts. Cream of Study, topic t, 2:30 Tho Coureo M. Crowo. , ucational Divisions. Ely Brothers, 58 Warren Street, New York. Shawn. Mtss Maj-jn10:30 Rogpons'J, Ozna, Sbitltz., 4:30 Adjournment. ! 2:45 Rooass. 10:45 Rooeas. EVENING SR8SI0N. SECOND A. M. SESSION. 7:30 Axldrcw by a promlnont epeak SECOND P. 3L SESSION. Beginning. or, or n didbato .by miosnbers of tho (Boarding We send FREE a bottle Cermiful. a quick relief Content of itlio Coun&o (page 21.) 11:00 Announcement for lung trouble, coughs, pains in chett, and that iwith Institute. JMotihod 3:00 Rcadinig IMy School journals, Committee places, FRIDAY, AUGUST 31. run down feeling. (Main du't impo.) M M.Wessio Raley. Baginnors (M, appointments, ote) FJRST A. M. SESSION. EducatioOHIO MEDICAL COMPANY 3:15 .Manual A ctivity in 11: 20 What Wo Arc Hero To Do . COLUMBUS, OHIO ,- Common Jllstakos in TeaaMng (ipago BoxSS S E, V E.) grades (D P, n-all Iba Instructor Dn Mutohlor. 34.) Harry Licaoh. ' 11:45 Intermission. ' 8:30 Opening Exerols:s.v out-lin' 2;30 Spelling Discuss iheso FIRST P. M. SESSION. 9:00 Mistakes in Management (M (pages' 21 to ,22). Ireno TWVtw..'. Pull nl Lite" Northern Grown Planning thoC anxpalgn (page 0.) ' ,steputatloii ol V years ot Pedigreed Seeds have T.) I. S. Mason. 1:15 The Physical Qualifications of successful seed growing behind tbem. It pays to 9:15 la Discipline (JI T) Homer plant tne Desi. 3:45 General Principles of Mo'Jhod the Trtichor (S. P., T. M, O H, S "; Seasonable Speclallles. Wilson. (E G M, E P, M.) Tho Instructor. M D T P),i H. C. Crowdcr. DEANS s Lois iMothod (iM Earliest Red Valentine . . $30 Bushel 9:30 In the 4:30 Adjournment, 1:30 Legal Qualktlcatlonis of Bushel .. Retucee Extra Early ". j Riley. New Strlneless Green Pod . $j.70 Bushel i Teacher (S L), S. P. McKlnney. Bushel Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax Training (M Tj) 9:45 jn Moral Davis New White Wax . . I4.75 Bushel WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30. 1:45 The Professional and Cultur' Carrie's Rust Trool Wax . fr.jo Bushel Miss Lula Acton. FIRST A. M. SESSION. al Qualifications of Jiho Toaoher (T PBAS flfendenclos (Manual 10:00 Itooemt Bushel Extra Early Alaska . . . Governing, (ipago 33). S, T P, T D S, P P F, S E), W. C Jj.50 Bushel New Early Gradus Training, Agriculture, School GardenHorsford's Market Garden . Jj.50 Bushel S:30 Opening Exercises. W. .Bhulti. etc., ' Buckbee's Lightning Express J5.00 Bushel ing, ConEoUdatlon of Schools, 2:00 Obtaining tho Position, and Lettuce, RsdUh. Tomato and n full line ol (D F, V E.) Th Instructor. Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. the Reconnaissance (T S) Mrs. Mary 9:00 Causes of Disorder (TS.SM) Send for complete catalogue or submit a list of i 10:15 Recess. your requirements and will quote prices. Tho Instructor. White. SECOND A. XL SESSION. Buy direct from the grower Save Money. 9:30 Sources of Good Order (TS, 2:15 .The First Day of the School Write today. Mention this paper. Some Laws dt Taching. Tho Recl (J M S, T D S, T M), the) Instructor, S M.) W. F. Anderson.. ' station (pago 31.) as a means of 9:45 Punishment Dr. Mutohler. 10:30 . Somo Laws of Teaching (T S laWBacibeeSt., Rockferd Serf Fsnss. Cockforf, U Good Order (T S.M M,P STM.) 2:45 JtoJoss. P 0 .T, M, T S.) Tho Instructor. SECOND P. M. SESSION. 0. D. Carson. 11:00 Tho Recitation, topics a to 10:00 Character atfd goodiWdll csn Naturo of tho School (page 11) UieP nolle iSohool Means to Good Order )PS, S iM, S M g, (R, M, S E, T D S,) Earl Smith. 3:00 Relation of 11:15 The Reoitatloin, topics h tok to "Government By tho People." (T D, T M.( 'Miss May Rogers. j C. Taylor. (R, M.)-- L. S), C. B. IShown. 10:15 Recess. p to 11:30 Tho Recitation, topis W. H. &J. F. GILLESPIE to SECOND A. M. SESSION. 3:15 Relation of tho School u, (R, M, S E, E P,) Q. W. Taylor. the Parents, and how to Secure CoTho Nature of fTcahlng (page 27.) Proprietors 11:45 Jntanmission. operation helpful to both parties (T 10:30 ImsttaoU Ripening From Ages XL SE3S10N. A.) Ton to Tiwelvcand Gaines Appropriate P. S, M M, E, S M D, T P, F P MISCELLANEOUS lre. S. O. Koqwn. to them (P G.) Pnod Shults. LACKSMITHING 1:15 Tlie School Library, etc. A 3:30 The History of Education ,nml 10:45 The throe Phrases of Mind jot the Kentucky Public School Sys- Activity (P S, P P E, P,) A. E.El- roll call of tho members on tha, quesdo tion, "What do you intend to tem. The Instructor, Dr. JIutchler. . lis. (T S, (11:00 The Senses and itheir (Activ- for llbraiy or other school improve4:00 The Alms of the School AND REPAIR WORK ments .this session?" P T, P E, E P, S E, E A,) Everett ities (P S, P P E, E P, D F.)-i1:30 Physiology Sanitation (S P, L1Ios. Instructor. 4 : 15 Adjournment. 11:30 Asociatlon and Msomory (P C H.) Tho Instructor. 1:45 Agriculture in Our Schools (P TUESDAY, AUGUST 29. E, P S, P P E, E P, P T.)Mlss A, F. P A, D F.) .Tho County SuFIRST A. M. SESSION. Winona Stevens. perintendent, i Preparation for Teaching (page 7.) 11:45 Intermission. 2:00 Dlstritation of .blanks and in8:30 Opening Exercises,, Bro. ElFIRST P. M. SESSION. struction) as to their use. fin, ! Sohool Laws and Legislation (page 35 2:15 'Reports of Committees, etc. 9:00 Professional Training (S E,) 1:15 Tho Stato Board of Education 2:30 Adjournment sine die. The Instructor. (S LOJudge J. S. Glenn. 9:30 Scholarship, a. and ib. (TP The law requinas every .teacher (who 1:40 The County Board of EducaIn the county, to atT S, P P E.) B. Y. Allen. County expects ito keaoh of (S L.) Members Study, Con- tion tend tho full session of the Institute. 9:45 Result of Child Board. J. L. Brawn. clusion. (1), and Its Applications in I hope every teacher will feel that 2:00 Tho County Superintendent (S School Work (P E, T T, P G.) Miss tho success of the instltuto dwends L.) The Instnuctor. ' individually Mattie Mosley. t Progressive Purposes and on him 2:30 Our Study, Con10:00 Results of Child No excuse will be accepted for Plans. Tho County Superi nitondenit, Each teacher should enclusion (3), and its Applications (T 2:45 RooeS3. P, F P A.) Mis3 Anna E. Keown. roll on Monday morning. SECOND P. M. SESSION. 10:15 Recess. An "inatltuto Jlanual will be mailed Content of the Course of Study (ipage SECOND A. M. SESSION. with this programme to each teacher 21, 22, 23.) of the county. Jn the Manual you The Nature of Teaching (page 27). 3:00 Writing How I Teach dt (M Illustrating a0:30 The three P'e will (find much information relatlvo McCALL PATTERNSperfect fit, simplicity and Celebrated for style, M.) .Miss Ala Likens. nearly 40 Sold In nearly S, P O .T, E G, M,) H. them (R,,iH to the work assigned. Each teacher 1 reliability and UWn inyears. United Statas P cry city the and 3:15 .Arithmetic, .topics a and f, (6 . Brown! Canada, or by mail direct. Mora sold tHin should iprpare his wonk thoroughly, Hoag-lanM A, P E S, M M.) J. T. any other make. Scad far free catalogue. I Between Mind 10:45 Correlation and all should make preparation. McCALL'S MAGAZINE rely an you to be present and and Body (P P P E, T T, P S.) O. More tabsaribers than any other fashion Arithmetic), Motiod, itopica (1) shall 3:30 magazine million a month. Inyaluiblt. Latto do your iwhole. duty. I Shultz. est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, (2) and (3), (S M A, M M.) E. S plain sewing, fancy needlework, hairdrcisisg, Supt 11:00 Instinct In Education (P E, HENRY eUouette. caod stories, etc. Onlr 0 cents a T T, P G, P P E, E A,) The In- Howard. year (worth double), including a frce pattern. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy, 3:45 Language and Composition. structor. Buy it now. Now Is th time to WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS i Tho Instructor. to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue 11:30 Play in Education (P G, R A buy a bottle ot Chamberlain's Colic, and new cash prize ofTers. Address THURSDAY, AUGUST 30. W. R. Carson. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It IHE McCALL CO. 23S Is 2(3 W. J7th St.. NEW YOU! FIRST A. M. SESSION. . 11:45 Interm'Ission. Is almost certain to lbo needed beFIRST P. M. SESSION. Lesson Assignment and Preparation fore the summer la over. This reme(page 31.) fllho Course of Study (page 12). dy has no superior. For sale by all 8:00 Opening Exercises. Dr. E. W. druggists. 1:15 The Course of Study, Topics m ' HAVE YOUR SUITS as a m a and c (S L, T S.) The County Su- Ford. perintendent 9:00 Proper Assignment o'f Lessons Cheap Clubbing Rates. 1:30 Tho Course of Study, topics topics a, b, c, (R, S E, Mi 'M.) W. R. We have mado an arrangement wltl t Hodrick. 9:15 Proper Assignment of Lessons the publishers of the Inland Farmer, Dyetopic d (R.T S, S E.) V. M. Craw- - of Louisville, whereby we aro enabled dor. ing to furnish Tho Hartford Republican 9:30 Tho Teacher's Daily Prepar and that paper one year for $1.60. giv.en Ladies ation (R, T, T S, T M, S E.) Tho Tho Inland Farmer Is a weekly JourInstructor. 10:00 .Teaching Children to Study nal and one of the best farm papers Cleaned (II S, T C S.) iMrs. I. S. Mason. published in the United States. Our Repaired. 10:15 Recess. readers should tako nd vantage, of The same relief is ready for you. SECOND A. M. SESSION. Work called this offer. t Arc you sure you do not need it? Tho Nature of Teaching (ipage 27). 10:30 The Feelings (P E, P S, P P If Dt. Miles' Heart Remedy helped Club Falls Victim to Thlovos.f $1.00 Charles Holmes, why won't it help E.) Ozna Shults. S. W. Reads, of Coal City, Ala.,haa d0:45 Sonttment (P E, P S, P P you? a Justlfiblo grlovance. Two thloyes E.) Lula vMldkltf. I was troubled with heart dlstasc, 11:00 Intercut and Attention (P Ef stole his huaJtlt for twelve years. The Hartford Pressing ClUb, and after reading about Dr. Miles' waro a llvar and kidney trouble. Then P S, S E, E P,) Elite Sandefur. Heart Remedy, I cot a boltle. BeY. M. C. A. BLDG., 11:15 Halblt (PE.TT, PS, KP K Dr. Klng'is Now Life Mils throttled fore I got the Heart Remedy I had thorn. He's well now. Unrivaled 'for S E, E P.) Tho anstnuotor. to tit up most of the night, and felt HARTPORD, KY. constipation, Malaria, IUad&dho,Dye-pepsl- a. very bad at ray stomach. Whatever 11:45 IriAenmi&ion. 2Gc at all druggists. fit would eat made me feel worse, and I FIRST P. M. SESSION. mj heart beat very fast. But thanks Organization and Daily Program (page to Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy, I am 17.) all right now, I est good, sleep 1:15 A Study of our Daily Profood, and feel like a new man, algram ander topics a and ib Maude though I am almost IS years old. I lave been a soldier In the late war Shultz. i of the rebellion, and was badly 1:30 A Study oX our Dally Program Draughon gives contracts, backed by chain of 30 Colleges, $300,000.0 wounded." CHARLES HOLMES under toplo c Mary Manks. capital, and 19 years' succetsj, to secure positions under reasonable con Private Co. B, Stth N. Y. Infantry Dally Program as a Fea1:45 The ditions or refund tuition. f Volunteers, Walton, Delaware Co, a ture in School Inspection. Tho Countf.Y. Draughon s competitors, by not accepting ty BuperJnbundant. Jvrvr his proposition.concede that he teaches mdrf Elementary Bookkeeping in three months than they do in six. Draughon Study, 2:00 Naturo Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy can con- :tc., (N , vince you, Sciences, School Gardening, it kept in thousands of homes as a S, N S L, P G, P A, K P A, D F ', 75 Per cVnt of the Unlted st-teCourt 'Report-OlllAlllAll! rieod always to be relied upon in E dJ. A C !S.)-- W. S. Tlaylor. ers write the system of Shorthand Draughon as a Factor teaches, because tney know it is THE BEST. 2:15 The School-roolime of need. For FPEE3 CATALOGUE and booklet "Why Learn Telegraphy?" in Organization. The Instructor. I' tho tint &t4 by all Draoa.'t which explain all, call on or write JOHN F. DRAUGHON, President. 2:45 IUfcoss. bottle fall to benefit, your money SECOND P. XI. SESSION: la returned. Ask any Druggist DRAUGH0JTS PRACTICAL BUSINESS 'COLLEGE, Study vt MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Contents of tiho Court? e (7)-(ll.) Program for Teachers Institute 3! 16 M O.) GoosmnAty', tfcses L. L. iBwibry. ' Rillifrrf b, d, (S famly Dlreotory Jb$M$i OXie Oevua.ty Attorpy; CATARRIT Bn D Jallrr ClreH Cowrt T. F, Blrkhea, tynge( ' Trustee Jury Funilj T, H. Blaek, Bfcer-If- f, . HAJlTFOItD, KY. Hartford. Deputles-- 8. O, Keown an Will praaUcti his profHrion In 0)19. Lon Black. Court convene first Monday In February and continues three and adjotalng counts. ConwirclAl weeks; third Monday In April, two weeks cona Monday In June, three weeksj third Monday In October two weeks. It. Wedding, Judge; County Court.-- Il. W. P. MMklff, B. O. BnrraM, ClWk: F. I Master CommWenerr lU T. ColllM. F-H- Ju; Otto C. Martin x, Attorney at Law f , """'gC"i't, BARNETT & SMITH, HARTFORD, - KY. '' 'it f. 5L f ' W. . Tlnslcy, Clerk, C. E. Smith, At- torney, Hartford. Court convenes Monday In each month. first consumphonKo ' I os Wnit-Unghi- U. - SEEDS 3 I 1 , Tt)-aiia- .... on Quarterly Quarterly Court-Beg- ins the fourth Monday In February, May, August and November. Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday in January and first Tuesday In October. Other County Officers' C. S. MoxBey, It. F. V. Surveyor. Fordsvllle, Ky No. 2: Bernard Kollx .Assessor, Hartford, Ky.. II." F. D. No. 2; Henry Leach, Dr. A. B. Superintendent, Hartford; ltlley. Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. 13. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday atMonday In March, after 3rd Hfnntlrtti In Tuns TI1Tuesday ft e ABitrt A UtOU" f IS1 t U(IU SUI SISUUVIU 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December. O. 13. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afte viiujr tit Aunt uii, ii uuitcoutsj ussi;i ttA 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after WAilnr,ailaV Srrl Mnnilnv 'in RAti(Atnti" after 3rd Monday In December. John II. Miles. Ilockport, Friday after fnni1.w 9t.l In XrMh Tili1 .u nftw v....J ... ...St. 1,11, A'llUOJ aiMii 3rd Monday in June, Friday after 3rd .uunuujr ii, xriuuy finer oru Monday In December. J. C. JnckHon, Ccntertown, Saturday after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday af ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday after 3rd Monday In September, Saturday after 3rd Monday in December. M. C. Cook, nonfrow, Tuseday after 2nd Monday in May, Tuesday after 3rd SSI A Attorneys at Law, Will practice their profession In all th courts of Ohio and adjoining cot . ties and Court of Appeals. Sp- - tl attention given to all buslne. entrusted to their care. Collections ar.u tho Prao-tlc- e of Criminal und Real 'Estate Law Office in Republican .buildv ' Specialties. ing. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD. - KY. v t practice his profession in Ohla ttl ft t trtrs AniiHdAa 1 I. At r . of Appeals. Criminal practice and Col s Iflrttlnna u. owiuiijT. MSI kuuuB n Dn.llt.. uiiicq in mo tier Will FRANK L.FELIX, tr ( - uiu uuiiuia y i . H. W. BUCKBEE GILLESPIE BROS. 6 Tho Horseshoeing a Specialty. ties, and in the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal M- - T2. fhilr!1! Riti practice and to collections. Office on and evening every first an1 third Sun- Main St., opposite Court House a. m. Prayer meeting every n?v. Virgil Elgin mm?n7 TK"Z?.eceBJY Sunday " ounaay sell 001 it "o"s. 9:45 a. m. Prayer RELIGIOUS SERVICES. C.m.i. WedneS-daiLy,e?ln- Monday In November. ouiiuers, uunaee, Wednesday Ule 8ecnd Motiday in February. Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May, u ionaay in ";lK HARTFORD, - KY. Wednesday after 2nd Monday in August, November. , i.t Will practice his profession In all ths r. v ini. j , """"! orusvuie, xnnrsday after Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, mursaay niter and In the Court ot Appeals. Also No;.jf ". "ay after tary Public. Office over First National ? ...v. .Hvnua .j, nuvemuer. .T . . T. Pattnn D.l.l. ...- -. nner zna. Bank. Monday In V.V Fcbrunry, Friday after 2nd ..u..u.., ,i, aiuy, rnaay arter 3ra Mon- after 2nd rt?JiiUeU8 JOHN B. WILSON CHAS. M.CnOWB HAUTFORD POLICE COURT. .. .. r f. f7mm. T..4.. . v. s.iKens,i;ity -uui,c, Attorney; Sam Riley, u. Marshal; Court nu5ner? ?,ecnd Monday In each month. H- - WHliams, Mayor; ,V.nclI- -J' r,01 T. Collins, Clerk; S. K. Coi, urer. Members of Council, T. R.Treas' ., HARTFORD, - KY. nard W. J. Bean. W. JT. FojV. Barpen Taylor W. E. Elite,' E. P. Moore. Will praotice their profession In al) s- - G'enn. vi'CQ004..T.r,,i!5eee8-- Jchairman; c- - M- - Barnett, the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counCM '"" f'.r Attorney At Law YANCYL. MOSLEY, t ?, M,"?:', A?S!fe.""or "'"'' 1Jr VtY ...c, r. WILSON & CROWE LAWYERS c2lyiJF?u?' B. Dr. E. Pendleton. "?!' evenlng. meeting every Wed- Rev. W. Bruner. Hartford, - Ky. sSdiil'Hi? C,h!irc!rSer?,c.e8 School 2:30 Sunday Scool 8H57 SECRET ehr8,'"8" everY p. m. EIder w. B. forth P' m- - J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public Ohio County HARTFORD, KY. All U, "'' """ Sunday in ' SOCIETIES. Matters Given Prompt AttenPENSION AFFIDAVITS A Hartford Lodge No. 675. F. & A. meets first and third Monday night M.. SPECIALTY. In tion. f d. 1 . ' P. Foreman Secretary. jvcyoiune inapier No. 110, R. A. M every third Saturday night meets in wtV RmTinti!lJ0ohn T; Moore H'eh Priest; Tln.sleiT Secretary. Hartford Chapter No.'S4, O. meets second and fourth Monday E. a. ing, Mrs s. a. Anderson, W. M. evenMiss Lizzie Miller Secretary. Rough River Lodge No. 110, Knights of TyV?lns,' mets every J. B. Tappan, C. C, J. Tuesday night. Ney Foster, K. of 11. & a. Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M and th,rd Thursday 5K?,V Walker, Commander; L. P. Foreman, Record Keeper. . RunRhinl. TTIla TSJ At T rm meets every first and third Friday night . ........ ...uu..,. i,o, vnye urnnn,iaay Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Carpenters and Joiners local No. 1SS1. meets 1st Saturday night in each month e68' re3,! W D' Luce. Sec- Treaas. OTTO C. JiAUTl.V S. P. McKKN.VET Martin & McKeiey Hartford, Ky. iTf.1 General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. second C. Zrli ACmfl TAiifn Jrt KM T - S rr . and fourth Friday night M. Barnott Secretary. " In 5Sl'vSS?tf Cleaned I Pressed "I am all right now, thanks to Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy." Repairing and neatly done. work special attention. Hats and delivered. month. ,eco,nd n. fonrtn Wednes- immin. James c. A' B- - Pate, Chief ef ,ytr . aaa yon-- , r Ilartfnrd Hamn '" .7i wi -- " rrnsams; Clerk. W Preston Morton Post No. 4, O. holds ragular meetings Saturday A. R.. beforo Min.UJ?,ay n each month. Ash-for- d Commander; J. M. Rogers, """ 'tTwwK' ;T.rT!"''?'j ".." Electric Bitters T Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female remedy, weaknesses they are the supreme as thousands have testified. A. S. of E. National Officers: Presldent-- M. P Sharp Narrows, Ky. Vice PreslUent-- J. M. Woods. . RAPrAiBrv.TroaoiifAi. a t ' " t" xvurap' la' dlanapoiisrind. ,k FOR KIDNEY.L.IVERAND STOMACH TROUBLE to the best medicine i . ever over a druggist's counter. old forand rate per eiaie uiricers: H. M. Froman, Carroll county, Pres. i'endorson county Vice Pr ' id t arroU' 5. B. Robertson, McLean county, Sec- nrren C0Unty' State O?ganiie?0eme, BUCUH? SUM SUCCBHI I C. C. A'llen. Henry county, and LotSPECIALOFFER: Will tie Graves, Allen county, Assistant 'JU4 to taHS Nw BadiMfc- A trial Buka tou oar rnaAnaac emiAaer. Board of Directors. Ben Watson, War-re- n Prize Collectloa i,m.1IM. TMIWM. u..nr!rtieiiu.i county; C. M. Barnett, Ohio coun-tmmmmmmmmmmmmm ., beM Tula. A. It. Brooks, Bracken county; R. E. I U tba fliwct Tmlf. t tpltmSiil t I: P'. 1Iardn county, and J. F. Doss, flDABUNTEEB TO VULAXtT Muhlenberg county. Writ to'4y: Mentha thl$ Pttpt. Ohio County Ofricers; 8. L. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Dam.Ky. AAAAAAAMAAAAVVWWJ Henry Plrtie, Sec. Hertford. Ky. D, Ford, Treas., Hartford, Ky. SEND'IO CENTS -- , LloeortriwtocafeadpMklofsvMraMlvtAliUTAlaftspW SEEDS0 y; Good Positions H01tTH ANH s COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. 1. L. B. Tlchenor, Hartford, R. p. D. No. 5. 2. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. 4. B, L. Alford. White Run, Ky. 6. Richard Piumer, Taylor Mlnes.Ky. 6. J. L. Brown, Rockport. Ky. i coicnga t pNiitranwr win J mj R Wi WiWfft!4 ATwMiLD,ftL i ' RflflKKFFPTiVft xAuti iiv '"Posrms; tPUNTFUL lf m 1nu$l -- ..-(fiusmessT&mMesfrarMn. iBoAfPDi vx?: ! Vccg mp r f (paa 25.) 3:00 Gecertvuky, topic, (8 M 0.) ,' BVANSVILLB. ADUCAH, tixwreBATC NASHV1IXB, ST. LOUIS, SPJHNGPIHLD, MBMPHW jBo7g GfYHUVfi'. iSk'ty mgrswl I ' fi urar rnrTiwm i 7 ails frlond, Ml Nellie Mao, Is RED HILL aU smiles. lAng, 6. There ww a rewt dcat of 4 choo;i Is iprogroaslng nicely, the aloknoss In this eorrtmuatty. Typhoid atterwlanse being bettor than last fewer la gjttlng thick. , (Mrs. Eva Burton who Juts been 111 year at tho same thno. RMURCO AMD DCFCNDE D. rr TIE, m iihnin rnraiiniit ariarrli .M aJrtm. haw to oMtla ntcnta, trad. aaifca.1 out Airs. Kahn, who has boon sick, Is be h. for some time is ablo to fcoffnM,t IN. ALL COUHTHIES. ttmt.lI ablo to ibo up again. ton tavit again. JtutHrit awteivn watting 'iMtes Mario Rogers, mention manrf ana tyitn inepvicni. of Mr. and Mrs. Crow Acton, of 60 Acres of the finest Rough river THtH M MMflgtfMM prattle ixeiauvMr. WrU. or con. to as at aro visiting thoir friends and whose lllnuas wax mado in theso col- r VMM IUm ntnt 0M, I bottom land located three mllea west T HfMk Hrwt, tHirna Is convalrsoorrt. WASHINGTON, D. C. of Hartford. About 20 acres in culti- relatives of this iplao Mrs. T. C. Plrtlo who has 'boonrjon-fkie- d iLlttlo Roy Burton Is on tho elck vation. Good dwelling and out buildto her room for soine .time. Is list, ings. A bargain for $1,250. same botter at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Willlo Dover and iA number qf tho ttrons woroipros-eWe have 460 acres of floo bottom two children, James and Dowey, visat tlio elootoln eff a of land from one and a bait to two ited Air, and Mrs. Iva Bozarth, tnustoo for Cromwell last Saturday. , miles ot Hartford, part of it with this plac last Sunday. Wo Mr. Wayne tfoytoh, of Olaton, was Mr.- C. Y. Allon was oleo'jciL Umber. Also about 75 acres ot upto bq3 .Miss Utzlo Durton last Sat- are sure tho people luxvo made a wlso 60 YEARS' land belonging to the same tract choloe. EXPERIENCE urday night at Mils place. Terms easy. Beaver place, ;Mr. A. D. Taylor and son, iMlsa Madle Potts, of this a made a flying trip to Sulphur Springs Dam, passed through town onrouto story tame A now one and one-ha- lf to ,.ulio Jlammoth Cave. Tliey drove building with flvo rooms and large last Sunday afternoon. They will have a nice Misses SMla York and LdzzI Bkir-to- n through. rocptleon boll, built out of tho'bost time, no doubt. cousins, ailssea vlsltod thalr Situated on Clay solccted material. Tra&c Marks DE8IQN8 and Fredrica streets, Hartford, Ky. Madle and Martha Potts, of this plaoo COPVntQHTS Ac. Soomod to Clvo Him a Now Lot 60x205 feet Fine well of soft last Sunday. Aryosa sanding; a sketch and description my Stomach. Mr. Albert Daniel visited Misses nulcklr ascertain our opinion free whether an water. All necessary out buildings. Invention UprobsblTjiiUcntsbln. Commnnlcs. "I sutforod intensely after eating dills of Madle and .Martha Potts, Horn itrtetlr confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent Terms reasonable. lentrree. umesi saencr xoriecunnrpaienia. and jm niedlclno or treatment I tried plaoe last Saturday af tornoon. Patents taken through Matin Co. receive a tvtclat notut. without charge, la tha sick seamed to do any Good,"' (wrtltoa H. iMrs. Klzzy Ralph Is on the Good nine room two story dwelling M. Youngpolors, Editor of Tho Sun, list. In Contertown,, Ky., has good cisA ti.ndsomelr lllnstrsted weeklr. T.arceat dr. few' The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Dako Viow, Ohio. "The olnst any rientlflo Journal. Terms, S3 a tern, good cellar, never falling well culatlon of dojs of Ohauiberlaln's S,tomach and jourt fonr months, si. Bold hy all newedenlera. Is vary sick. Moode Schwad-egood stable and other Out York of water, MUNN & Mr. and Mrs. .Jim York, our nwr- - Liver Tablets gavo mo eurifflsinig buildings, one acre lot of ground. A Branch Offlce. 696 V BU Washington. 1). c. and tho socond ibobtl eoomod to uplendld location for family residence chant man, ot this place, vlsitol their give nw a now stomach and perfect Daughter. Mrs. Annie MIdklff, of and hotel, price and terms reasonly, good health." For ealo by all drug evening. Sulphur Springs, last Subscribe for The Republican able. Apply to m Mr. Earnile Payton, of Dundoe.gavo gists, DARNBTT-FOSTER, Agonts, call Miss Martha Potts, a pleasant Hartford, Ky. $1.00 per year. Sunday afternoon. to seo Miss Mr. Roy Potts call-fFOR FLETCHER'S Murrlel Harris last Sunday, afternoon. place School has .begun at this POSITIONS GUARANTEED and we are having a good success. Miss Miss Martha Polls visited jLljaM Bf will GUARANTEE you a position If you Farm For Sale. us real soon. We need many more Llzzlo Burton, of tills pTaoe, last Satat once to supply the enormous demand PlCty one acres of Improved farm urday afternoon. for our graduates. Aa'soon as we get tbe required number of students this otter will bo withdrawn. So land, .thirty acres of wihtoh arc per wrlto at once for particulars. Life Saved at Death's Door. fectly tovvl and twenty acres ot orig young "I iwvor felt so near my grave," inal tract aro to a UTlne, writes W. R. Patterson, of Welling- meadow. ton, Tex., as when a frightful cough Good four roam dwelling, nicely and lung trouble aulled me dawn to built and finished on lusitlo and well BUSINESS COLLEGE 100 pounds, in spite of doctor's treat- painted. IKOOBrOB&TBD Nloo location from road. w. SCnWAOTZ p.HTAnLisnni) mo-ralNoiraz. ment for .two years. 'My father, moth- Faran situated four liitles from Hartr.oursvir.riT3. kv. er and two sisters died of comsump-tlo- ford, on the Haiitforl and Owensboro and Uiat 1 am alive today Is Rciad. T.T .TMcVSrW T rli.n nrtlnli fi It Can give Imnixliale If purchaser waat? to buy crop. WANTED-rideandeihibit' 1S7 TOiunids and .haveNmv T sample. Latest Model "Rnnccr" bicycle furnished by us, iittratrrnts everYwnere at Tito good welts, and good orchard maktner money fast. IVrttt well and strong lor years. Quick tiwo years old. Short distance from au jnunisx In the Id S. ivtthout aivvv4 vu iuu aiLiwv ivui uivjvi.i t v h.iui jvm cent to. anyone, anywhere U. dtfoxtt in advance, trejay freirht. on church and echoolhousa. safe, sure, its ttoe .beat remedy Price allow TJN DAYS' ! Klii; TK1AL. duiine which time you may ride the bicycle an put it to any test you wish, If vnil are thn nn( nrfitlv .att.fiMt nr ftn nnl irath I 3anth for coughs, colds, lagrljie, asth-a- a, low. Tomis, one half oash KeeD the bicrcle shin It backto usatour expense arid ycuivtti net fa cut en cent. we lurnlslt croup, and all throat and lung and balanco on easy terms. rnnrnnv nninro at one small the Inchest erade bicycles It rnt. Vnu to mm is possible For nmht ahov artnal fartortf rnwlwnl miVkw ae it to $2f middlemen's profits by buyinir direct of us and have the manufacturer's etut roubles. DOc and $1.00. Trial .bottle further information call an behind vour bmele. llf MIIT ItllV a hievrlenra nairnf lirrtlmmdirrM antee at any frict until you receive our catalogues and leam our unheard ol aetcn ree. Guaranteed by all druggists, m BARNETT & FOSTER, n triui and riinariKaon iftciai efftrt to riuer agents. Hartford, Ky. YOU WILL BE ASTONISHED ItuS oK's'upe'b modehfat 1theCtS'22 rRllMWPI I fwrifjwecanmakeyouthisyear. Wesell the highest Brade bicycles for less mons lUlll CLL. . . We are satisfied with 2i.oo crofit above factorr coj than anr other factory. ttr. ,i.x t . m UO.U an excellent roiu HICYCLJ; DKAI.EKS, you can sell our bicycles under your own name plate I, AUg. .. aM our nnces. Urders hlled the. dar received. faM QDUUI Ii.i- IUU-- - .i.a. 'IJUUJi. VyJUiJa .i.. "l- ii.il frf jwnjs ,rrm fc.nH MKRI1NI1 IIANI KlflVfll.KH. We rlo nnt flnrl iJ.UO tuuallv have a number on hand taken in trade hv our Chieaira retail stores. Iheoe wa dear ol ...!. uuh. 41.nn ui, !. In.l n..Mt4tn. ""- - iutai.i.u uhxiu n4 iuu uui. nniub. promptly at prices raneinc from; - 3 to 8S or 810. Dcscripuve banrain lists mailed free. i"Ki" ol all impuriea rolior cuains and pruaui, para, repairs asj IxaacTFB DDnkftTC equipment Avneeis.kinds at jjr, JaaiKT Haver anu WHO ttUU WKOlCK-DHHnChalf tht utual rttail fruit. swo grand ohlldron, ot Arkansas, aro SOHEDGETHORN PBHCTURE-PROO- F .i3ltlng his brother and family and friends at this plaoe and obhor ipo!nt3 SAMPLE PAIR TBDETOl CCICUCAaSU TO IN1RODUCE, ONLY In Ohio and Butler counties at lines ol thin tires it Tke rmlar rttail trice out. IX JO ttr Hair, tut to iniroaute we will Ullycuasamplepairi0rnMieasn:minorGcrtMi. 1 'iffi'.l Ji.'rf-r'T. .Tiwo brothers of .Mrs. Dr. Pal 1, ' Ti1VilT?rHmffllraWsaJr' M MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES visiting Willis, Ot Caney.vllie, aro NAILS, Taoka or Glass will not let tlio rolatlvos ihre. air out. SlxtyUhousand pairs sold last year. Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use. iSIlsaes Culllo Monrla and Loiwan Wy 13r5ePr0e,Ma"cleinallsis.Ttl,,ltvely ybY vrf Mirf M irrfi Stewart, Bdeot, vlsltod the family of and easvridinff.trvdurnWeand lincdinslde with a snMi nn'ilTtvnt ruhber. which never becomes Mr. Alvsjry and Stewart Saturday porous and which closes up small punctures without allowWotlco the thick robber tren ing the air'to escape. We hava hundreds of letters from "A" and punoturo strips "II Sunday, pumped stating that their tireshaveonlybeen and !," also rim strip "11 ? Mr. Cyrus Tayior and family, Hartuponce or twice in a whole season. They wcicn no more than to prevent rim cutting, TU n ordinary tire, the puncture resisting qualities being given tire wilt outlast any, otltf ford, visited Mrs. .Moode Cooper and by"ieverdl layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the make-NOULAhXIO au tread. The regular price of these tires is jj 50 per pair.bu t for family last week. Mrs. Cooper UASV UIUINO. yi ice luveniSingpurpose we are ruaitinK a pcuai iuciui ysame iu dav letter is received. We shin C O. D. o per pair. All orders snipped homo with thorn Saturday to the rider of only $4.80 approval. You do not pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as representee We will allow a oaah llsoounfof 5 per cent (thereby making' the price 84.05 per pair) if yo spend a wak iwiltlr TOlatlves. sen FUEIj CASH WITH OICDCU and enclose this advertisement. You run no risk 1 Mr. and .Mrs. FivmI Cooir caimeout. nding us an order as the tires may be returned at OUK expense If for any reason theyar f atiafaoinrv nn rynmfnatlon. We nre oerfectlv reliable and monav sent to us is as safe as In of tho from iHantford the latter you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will tide easier, run faste bank. If wear betterlast longer and lboTe finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price. W week and returned Saturday, know that you will us s well pliased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your orde Messrs. Ansel Haven, Jasper Haven, We want you to send us a trial order at ance, hence this remarkable tire offer. . don't buy any kind at any price until you send for a pain Pouter and Obronco Amos, Ben and sBi-a--sra Puncture-Proo- f tires on approval and trial TUU ffCCU 1flCO Bedgethorn the anecial Introductory price quoted above; or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue whk Ernest Dunn and O. B. Taylor mvrnt at about half the usual prices. describes and quotes all makes and kinds of tirestoday. DO NOTTmNltOF UEYINQ a blcyc but write us a postal laralfT- - or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wouderfi to 'Hartford to day. WAII 'bought the Mr. Herman Kahn .offers we are making. It only costs a postal to learn everything. Write it MOW. proierity ot Mir. Sam Dunn sold at CHICAGO, L. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, the Court Housa door .today. Consid- For Sale at ", Real Estate! Afraid of Ghosts 1 jyjnjra Scientific Httiericatt. Many people aro afraid of. ghosts. Few people are afraid of germs. Yet the ghost Is a fancy and the germ Is a fact. If the germ could be magnified to a size equal to Its terrors it would appear more dragon. Germs terrible than any can't be avoided. They are in the air we breathe, the water we drink. The germ can only prosper when the condition of the system gives it free scope to establish itself and develop. When there is a deficiency of vital force, languor, restlessness, a sallow check. a hollow eye, when the appetite is poor and tho sleep Is broken, it is time to guard against the germ. You can fortify the body against all germs by tho use of Dr. Pierce's' Golden Medical Discovery. It increases the vital power, cleanses the system of clogging impurities, enriches the blood, puts the stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition in working condition, so that the germ finds no weak or tainted spot in which to breed. "Golden Medical Discovery" contains no alcohol, whisky or g drugs. All its ingredients printed on its outsido wrapper. It is not a secret nostrum but a medicino op known ComfositioM and with a record of 40 ytart of cunt. Accept no substitute there is nothing " just as good." Ask your neighbors. habit-formin- MSaPA re-V- A A single motion is quicker to make SPEED is key-for-every-character l ' than two. ( Chliaron cry Only one motion needed to CASTORIA make any character desired on the. complete, straight-lin- e, WE keyboard of the easy action light running. Model 10 i 'fBm A RIDER AGENT ?22S3Jft?SfiL,!KS.i. "i; I n, oiillHI JriitpillliBIl Write (01 .,, - - inloimalion to The Smith Premier Typewriter Gompany, Inc; ST. LOUIS, M0. -.t r., ii. 8 4 WMBjB FT, SEND YUUR BOY MATHENEY & BATTS FOR BOYS Vanderbilt Training School irt It v: trfnro 1 ELKTON, KY. H X ft H H Df Mil J. eration! $o00.00 Y urn KILL wa COUGH CURE wi thi LUNC8 I51I3IK1 and THADE-MAUK- S premptlj obtained la Wa ohtala PATCdTS THAT PAV. advertise them tLorouihly, at oar ipense, anu uup yu if auocesa. Send ipodeU phot r sketch FREE report on patentability. t Jgars' praruce. RCFEnaVCCS. For frte Oalde uoon on ITontabla ItitenU writ U B03-S0- 8 Dr. King's New Discovery F0RC8KS8HS,.aSfffi. AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. alooamrte,oxjia.n fr Seventh C. nHsninuTun, Street, t--. QTJAXANTEED SATISFACTORY! OS KONEY BEFUNDXD. WCKMtVS BULBS SUCCEEOt 1 New Huslaeu. A1 Made, to r trial will maka jou Miuauini cm. 1 nr vour -i pa.HH! .vwr FMViuf? .,. , LkioattirMuaOaO. l tL. io-v- BULBS' ttt4 rosa , LjdiJes! '.SPCCIAL OFFERS Make Save Money mi Keep ia Style by Reading Meal's and Using McCall Pattens M5CAIL5 MACAZlrC McCrsMsstlawltlstylliclii you dross Ulily at a rooueruta ctxtcrrrui: bull! rs-r.- aiMlaw, rMa uja Id., 1M1U SpwuU, I lUla, runt Tdlf, Twbc.u4 I swa u4 u KrHtotw, x lltarawuvu' JW kM4 MH1. utl .WM.M i.iuni.a. stksfvM sr bt IUw4itU44. UMMbt, swap mm wwwmm was wssaijai j WktsMPUM, ,UQ f tesWU. MNUM VttftMM W lWUS- - I frM (jf tUcc Wt Mtf SllulM PlIpsJ I3ICBNTB. mimms tan ragmr . pr.KASK iSSs UI U fciiti v"P oxenuby kooplnu and Saturday, potted ou luo t (aslilons in Misses Rutli Hunley, Beaver Dam, tos snu lists, bo Mr. Alma Gray, Jesslo Smith and Fastilon Ucslsus Now itl cacb Iwsuo. Also Jo.) Hold, Union, and Byron Mr. valuatlo Information Brow.u, Taylor Minos, vlalUxl Miss on all homo suU umiers. Oaly Corlnno Tdlford Sunday ip. in., and fjOo a yosr. lncluillse a free puttcui. stayed for hinging In tho evening, today or scud Mrs. Dortch, whose homo Is k ltSMWMKa for froo sauiplo copy. UcCsUPsilsru will enable jrou lo luske In your is visiting Mrs. Dorch, ot this yoNMirt'iilimds clotUlostor Own homo, wliti yooiwlt Suil tklkliasx wblcU will b irravi place at too present writing. In Mrl anU Hi. l'r.-iipiio hither tht Mrs. T. Wade Stratton vlaltodhor oaats Seau for fruo I'altu Calaloguo. W WB Ott Ym (W tnwi tot colllne talx liarents at Morgantbwni last rwook. Sub-bcriArl-somv The friends of "Uncle" G cargo Flee-nand wife gathered at thiar bomo In honor cit their golden iwoddliig Saturday. A party from this .plaoe spent the day at High Vluw Sunday. Thoso composing tho party 'wro: Misses Oulllo Monrls, Ivorean Stqwar.t, ClaudJo James, Corlnno Tllford. Mr. Delmer Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Avery SU?w-a- rt Mao and little daughter, Lena and Mr. and Mrs. J. Alex Rhoads. Wo had a very pleasant time. Quito a lange crowd of young people attended singling at this place Sunday ovonlng. son Mrs. T. C. Stratton's Bister, , are visiting and grand eon, of relatives boro and Select, this week. City Jlw. Jno, B. Tuok, Central passed through town, tlds- atternoan onrouto from Mongautown, )whore he had filled his appointment yesterday er - Y Y A limited select school ior boys. Faculty of college-traine- d Our patronage has men. come from several Southern States. Twenty-fou- r different towns in Western Kentucky represented this year. Electric Lights, Steam Heat, 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 Desk "B' H H H X X X a, 1 Y Y Y Y Y IK MATHENEY & BATTS. sctlDtiousuBoaesaijrlMc'uus. SjtoiaforfMa l'reailum Cutalodo and Cash DAi OrTtr. wjwsu hw vok ntf ikou emm, zm i Bea Dunn, McChee, Ark., is visiting Us father and AwuHy attpros- iMr, hxiXXXhhXhMtiXhxx X X X X X X X X VoOOXOWvO :i BASEBALL NEWS. Reexport iwere Iwra day guests of ACr. Bvanato. Hkjr and Mon- Bd Mrs. Harry TMPIY IS WIN off lterotJr warnes wore pulled Taylor Minos Saturday before lafe crowds. Tjilar Alines tcpk Rob Itoy tflU) omj In Aho niuraung amo defeated 11 to 7 wad Boara- Dam Ihtrtford hi he Bffennolon gamo 11 to and 4. The score of tfita .Harttfond leaver Datm aamo follows: Two at - Hartford n. n-ir- Earth'tt and Andoroon JWaolds and TJiorn. TayJor rflajvd a good game in right fan Btavcr Daim. EV.Vinlow, 1234C6789T 200 0020004 OO0 20C304 11 wont to Roslno Mr. J. It. Jam'-san-, Sunday. Sir. Geo. Edvtard went ito Horton Hartford's Sunday. .Mr. and Mrs. Erero'Jt Aahlay apart Boys Sunday In Honae Braoch Klrby of SartingHold, ill Mr. Jolm Flag. and Mr. W. S. Vi.ck tif Owonaborv Alom.uy. were hero Messrs. R. N. A'.Cun and Jno. Engle-b- y Following an order leaued at the attondjd count In Hartford Adjutant Gonral's office to (tho attest tlial a Bilk flag be given to the Air. Sherman EzoU, of Horso Branch company shanlrg tho highest digreo Is tho guest of his bro'iior. Mr. J. W. of iproflclency encampment, In at Ezoll wt Ghte wrltlug. oach of tho throe Kewtucky Rogl- " "" "cu - with catarrh of ;.. mon's, canw . anothor ordsr stating ., a nvr. . .. . . w 111 at AhU writing on the nllte nns, Hyltf, three expert rtflMa rd4rw94r ew wnkh &Ak glnss tlwm first BY COMPANY H. plnea Is tfre roigtmuiK. Oftt DVat) ut the State w8 sloctieid as r ti RKle Team md togAher with Cempany of Soldier other Bwmbws of the tem wllllire OreM, Friday for Camp Pnry, Ohio Awarded Silk where they will participate In tha National Shoot Aug. 23rd to 27tii ' - bvx Coffirvs AND i SMALLH0US Louisa. Overhule dtal at her TiMsday homo near hone of cancer, August 8. She ioavfis two sons and a daughter, viz. Moaers. J. C. and D. A. HiIU and Airs. Sam Groves. Three M-rs- . " . !ih.j Htomaa'j. Taken up by Sheriff haivo taken up oiw rod, brin'dle I 27, milk cow. Was taken up July 1911. Now in my Yl I m LA Dam, Ky. Owivr can have samo 3tf p9glon D. S. at Doav-- er by paying By mScp'jasos. I a T. H. BLACK, S. 0. C. 0. KEOWN, GREENBRIER. Is Aug. 9, School at this plow 3. progressing nicely with Prof. E. Howard a3 teacher. Mrs. Edward Brown and two children oif Owensboro, are (visiting Mrs. Brown's papjrita, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. & Roach. Mrs. Opholla Taylor and Mr. Will Harlan visited Mr. Leo China, and family of ShulUstown Sunday. Mr. Ozna SliulLz and w visited Mr. Shultz's paivauts, of We3t Pro1dnce, ELGIN, COULDN'T UET 'EM GET Sunday. TAST. Mr. C. C. Chlnn and Mr. Adam FulElgin played an errorless game ot ton oach had a oaw killed by JIglit first for Har.lfctid, going after every- nlnig Monday. Rjv. Birch Shields (filled his reguthing that crime bis wayi . lar ajppolm'jmont at ' this piaca Sunda AVitii the exception of a bad hdave might at 'Mr. Ozna Shultz ibagan his school Robertson played a ritco game third. This came in ibhe ninth When at Indoiendenioe Monday. after p&cl&ctg up n bad groundorhls low throw to sacond spoiled a .nice For Sale. chance ifor ta. double7' Good residence in B wot Dam, two Tho playing of tho Hertford iroam aoilos of ground, good out buildings, SaAurxlay wws far below its own stand ota. Well locatod. LARKIX WILLIAMS, ard. Not only tho fielding hut tho Beaver Dam, ICy. batting iwus also below par. A lack 2t4 , of "ginger" was noUcab-i-. In tho Third Rglnent, Convpanrf't,s"A of Bowling Green and "D", Hopkln3- jviiilo wore montionied In the orders aa being 2nd and 3rd honor contpan- Uo3, rospoctlvdy. Tho Second Ky., Mountain Rjgl-mon- t, was awairdod a flsg, as token o( honor, tor bleng tho moat proficient Regiment In tho Stato Guard. Tho:o prlsses nro held by the organization winning thorn 'or a period of onij yoar only, wihcoi -- thoy Mill again bo aiwardod to tho organization do93rvlng them. The "boys" of Co "H", rightfully brin'ginig this daserve credit for honor to Hantford, for novor did a TnlMtiainveni soldier more bunch of enthusiastically to win .and from the first day In camp to the sounding of day, 'Lat's "Retreat"' on the last win tha Fkg" (was their slogan. The company mover lort Hartfand with a raoro ontlius!atlc, working hard: bunch of nis,nHcom3, avr a. mono eog-ir- , oiodient sjt of oitllstod tncn than this Neatnjss, cloamlin'tss and jioir. dfecI,pl;no ias tho routine, from tho wlio's masteiT cooks In tho kltch-enof cltwnlln-.isand order, would cause many a good house jwifo to look on with tnvy, to the "rookies" in. their quarters-ftberif mothor should appear bofone inspection sno "would be amazod, acd ponder at the dormant faculti s Just developed somry, and hnvw blm report as assistant high on arrival at ; s hausie-koitplng, grandsons, Messrs. Emory and Jessie Grovue, Mikeos Rutli, Mods, Alarton Anna Loulro and Karl Hill to mourn. tht?Ir loss. Alias Pearl Caskets : x Mutt Hunter must ha;vte failed (to Sot up stiuatn. At any auto ho was not in itbe gamo and his stick work was was aadly jnlaiod. J. Tay.lor also out of tho same and hki vim was v .grcatly noadqi. Tho same Easterday, Boda, ICy., lias baon Uvo guest of ber sister, Airs. Bon Ross for sevaral daya. Air. J. IS. Trunnell, L'tlca, lias itli-- j homo from a visit to family of Air. J. R. Iluntor andotber and friends hero and at Ceralvo Hiartford He iwas accompanied to Hartford by Mr. S. T. Hunter. They wore guests of Mr. an Mrs, C. 0. Huntor ivhlle "there. Airs. Eraknlo Fulkorscn, Matanzas, was tlio gust of hor parents, .Mr. and days last Mrs. S. T. Hunter wodc. Slio wont from here for a vis-- It to her brother, Mr. C O. Hunter at Hartford. Messrs. Tfoelma and Evelene Jagoe, Owenaboro, are tho guests of thlr grandmother, Airs. Salli-- Drake. Tbe will visit Mr. and (Airs. T. R. Barnard boforo ro'iurning home. Mr. M. P. Maddox and daughter, Mis Oma, Air. J. R. Hum'.er and wifo wtint , to Contonrown Tuesday. Air. Fleitwood Ward, wife and llttlo son, of No Crook, .were guca's ol Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Bennett, rtently. Aleasrs. Ernlst Stewart and Tal-maDavis, of Hantfond, and C. T. S. Oveiiton were in our midst Friday.. Air. J. S. Trunnell, of Uttaa, and Mr P. J. R. Hunter dined at Mr. R. Bennett's Friday. Air. Arnold Bjnno'.t attended the preabyitery at Irvinigtan last woek as messenger from his phuroh at Beda. homo. Air. J. R. Klritey Bpemt Sattunday The companyalso did excellent 'work night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer MUohtll at Beaver Dam. Air. and Airs. Alva Callaway and lit tle son John.' Viwnon wwnit ta l ge Con-terta- carry in slock all the time a first class line We of Caskets, Coffins, and general supplies. Our Prices are right and we give you good service.. k I? I : : lAimiiiif ,iiTrrTniiiii urnoiiiTiir Incorporated. WMKIUMI flUMIIU GUM, F t Alonday. Aliases Oma Maddox and Ether Hunter are visiting Air. nad"Mr3. Etaer Mitcbsll, at Bdvier. Airs. Alonzo France who has been Centertowii, Ky. tpms twill cross hats at This should be 1AH1 fTJinioi of due aason. Everybody oxwuj out and root Ifor tho liaaw Mjuu. . Hartford one of tho 'aaaaaaaaaaaaaaK aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaar rtfv tr'VL K 'AvS. Vvn aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaL." Names Wanted at Once. It will bo only a ehont itinw until our Big Industrial Edition will (bo and wi aro dies'Irous of giiviing as this oiiilion its bis circulation possible, and iisk uvtsryono to give us nam-sof rohutlvos or t Hoods tliat s aLaaaEaaaHaaaasfliK h9R';tiLaaaaaaaaaaaa WHaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal aaaaaaaAHBni" mi .4?v W-aLaaaaLaHaHKL,' '' ;' J.aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH aaaaaaaaBaaaaHS" WkJ!!-TWb f jiUHillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllB -' aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBLaSVHBBfiSflaaY KBKKHKb 'LK"' aaaaaa. Illlll ': ftaaaaaaaV aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV W.B vPTLaaaaaaaaaaaaam quite ill for some time is much improved. Several from bene attended tho all day singling at Lone Star Sunday. All report a nice time and ptenlty dinner and mice water on the ground for all. Air. V. B. Alonton, ctf Llvi?rmone;who was In our midst savemal days last week has returned home. Golden x . fBiKi yuuwu mm mi m s - formerly llvod In Ohio county, so we may eenid tlwm u copy of Tho RepubWe lican's Big Iuditsbr'al Edition. want Just as many names as posei-8iW- e and ask your assistance. When you think of sumo oiw you 'ould like to have rcelvo a copy of tlio pajwr and thciy formeniy Ilvenl in Ohio coun ty, K uz vMwt tha naime, and Juatas many as you can ithlndc of. 4tf RENDER. Air. J. W. lUkur want to Cunnlcg-liarCanliisle county, last Wedn-da- y for a wojik or tan, days vlslU .Mr. Rhoa Anmatirong. of Leltoktlokl, and Mr. J. Ro3on(blatt. of Ilartfoixl, wiis hore last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Evonott Kondall, of Iksaver J.un, was too; last iweJc. Miss .MoUiina SidnkB, of Honton, was here last Thursday tho feueat of Mrs. Annlo Escll. Jlr. Colunan Huswioll roprosontlng tho Carter Dry Goods Co., of Louis-villwas Jioro Piiday. Mrs. Agnes ltunt iwoot Ito Graham n, e, ! WWm Wl 1 ifWHOHIH Wedding Celebration by Two of our Old and Respect- ARTHUR T. BEARD, President Brwcldnrtidge County Fair, .Friday., 3Ir. Claudo BtinskensliVp, of Bjavor Dam, was hew Fjilday -- Mr. ivnd Airs. Frank Heasspnttho flay In Taylor Mima (Saturday. Air. J. W. Dauglwuty, of St. John, nnd Mr. Jkflvin Idles, of Taylor Mine, .wwro hero Sai'urday. Mrs. iMointlia Drown nviturax! to lwr hoavo dn Roslno Satunday after vlslt-Is- g her brother, Mr. iM. W. Warner, and (her daugivtcir, Mrs. Gwionge Edwards. Jlr. Daojglwnty of fit. Johns and Mr. Molvin LHos at Taylor Minos vwore huno 'Saturday. iVIrs. MarOia Brqwnd rotunncd to hor liotn in Roalme Saturday aiter lwr bonUher, ijlr. W. M. vlaLUns Mrs. "Woraer and bur daughter, Geo. Edward3. 3Ir. Jos. MxiDomild elf HmnavilUo and Mr. TayJor MoDouald of Owhahs- boro were hom Saturday and Sun-dk- y guosts of their Bister, airs Lizzie .Skootorts and Mra Uollo I'aracms. JUr. Bwacy Hudson of Twlar iMlnos .Mr. ed Citizens. On the fifth of Auj.uc at their res idence in CronnvtM, Ky., Mr. George Calvin. FJenor and his wife Pheobe (nee Adklrts) enjoyed the Flener raro privilege of cekbrating the 50th anniversary of thtir raaTria Soveral frionds were present to do honor to tho day. A doHcIous and bountiful dinner and supper wero .prepared and sertwd b,y their children. Alany useful and beautiful ipreaonls Wcjre given the "Haippy couple." Same of tho most Important wero: Sixty dollars in gold and curoancy given by Airs. C. T. Johnson, of Beaumont, Tex. A handsome sat of gold banded ohina given (by Mrs. Joo Ferguson, Sunnydale, Mrs. Maragrotte Huttonrcith and her son Wiiliaim Gulliver, Bawllag Green, gave gold and currency and other "valuable ipresents. Ir. Cbas, Gulliver, of the Str. Cin cinnati, Louisville, &avo 5 In gild Mr, aiulMrs. Joe Ellis, iWoadbury, Prof. C. F. Johnson, Beaumont, Ok., Air. and Mrs. Clias. Ataxey, Air. and n, Airs. Latney Oldham, Mrs. J. N, Air. Joe Feiiguson, Air. Vivian Fergaaon, Alias Beatrlco BoanAcd many other friends aluab'!e ave presents. ATion Air. Fierier wias informed of his gains In hard cash, he remarked 'That's a pretty good haul, lot's Uayo And all sincerely wish It again." it might bo passible to repeat the bap; py occasion. The dtoonatlons wero Sun Flowers and Golden Glow rustically arranged. Jar-nagi- I CLOTHING!! - There is not a break in our line of Clothing. We fit any one from a d boy up to a n man. When a boy steps out of knee trousers, he steps right into Young Men's Clothing. Style is the main thing that young men think of. We think further and make their """ three-year-olfull-grow- T clothes Good as the X Men's t at But style is our'first thought, too. And we pick out patterns for cjur young Men's Clothes that don't go into our Men's brighter, livelier, more dashing. And wo cut our Young Men's Clothes different younger Hues and curves. Suits start - $5 to $18. Swell garments for Falh Come in, young Man, and take a look at the nev- things. Methodist Church. Preaching by tno pastor next Sunday at 11 a. in. and 8 a. an. g The at Alt. iter mo a closed Sunday night. Rov. J. 0. Smith- son, of Owenaboro, wjio In the mtlig left for Ills home Satu-da- y rnoritlng. He did good preaching awl faithful work. The results, rwcre no what was iue-itln- 4 llt HIIIBHL-L.jHJjHHHHHHIHHHH- tiW Carson HARTFORD, (laeorpomted.) & Co KENTUCKY. CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS, - H GHtlrirn Cry JOHN JI, SKILLMAN, and iAts. irgil Honklrloka of Sxrotary Drocklnrldgo County Fair, CA8TORIA FOR FLETCHER'S x 4 trC3