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WOMAN NOVELIST HAKTFOKD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FKIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1911. porterhouao sjoak establishment on a SMALLHOUS muttonnstew, allowanco." Aug. 21. Mr. Berry Hawiklns.Eost "Men, the married kind, are tho Hartford, was the guest of his aunt, greatest gofal brick artists in theworli Mrs. Robert Hunter and family Frl- their wives are the easy marks." day night. Mrs. Julia With row Is at Moorman Lawrence Mitchell not Guilty. at the bod isMo of her daughter, Mrs. Allen Busklll and family who nre August 23. Ky., Calhoun, Jury which held the fato of quite ill of typhoid. Tho The M. H. and E. R. R. halve moved Lawrence'Mltchell, the alleged lander their water tank and engine back to of the mob which shot to doartlh William Potter, a negro, In the theater Smallhous on account of tho scarciat Llvermore on the evening of April ty cC water at the Black Lake. Mr. Tom Gadaey attended tino (bap 7, last, returned a verdict last night shortly after 8!30 o'clook,flndlng tho tist association at Cane Run Churah accused not guilty of murder, as was Tuesday and Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Will Brawn, of near charged in the lndlotmont returned Matanzas, were the guests of Mr. by the McLean county grand Jury at and Mrs. Luther Akldlregton Saturday tho last term of tho circuit court. The case was given to the Jury at night and Sunday4 Mr. J. C. Drake went Ito South 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon and Thursday. after bdng out for about an hour the Rov. R. D. Bennett, of Hartford, Juryman asked to be dismissed niglxt, so Ky., fllkd his (regular appointment last until 8 o'clock suppers. At 8 at Equality church Sunday. His next they could get their o'clock they reassembled In the Jury anointment here, which will bo his room and thirty minutes thereafter last apolnlmcfot for this .confonence stating year Is the second Sunday In Septemreturned the above verdict, that eight had favored acquittal and ber, Instead vt the third. Sunday, on at four for conviction, but that later all account of the quarterly moating East Providence church. hid agreed on acquittal. Mr. Ben Rc-iCentral went to The verdict marks the iclosa of the City last Thursday. first trial of an alleged leader of a Mr. Sam Faught, Bovior, Ky., was and public mob In McLean county, sentiment was with the accused froan at Smallhous Saturday. Mr. Charlie Overton, of Centortown was rethe time the indictment Ky., was at Smallhous Saturday. turned. Mrs. Mattle Reld is visiting her sisters. Mesdames J. C. Bennett and SELECT. Aug. 22. (Crops are suffering very P. B. Taoilar and other relatives at Hartford, Ky., bad on account of the hot, dry weath Mrs. Will Bullock and Mrs. tygb er. BUllngs wont to Moorman Saturday Mr. J. J. Stawart and family and to see Miss Flora Buskill who Is dan Miss Culllo Morris visited Avery Stow gerously illf cf typhoid and pneumon art and family, of Cromwell, Sun--: ia. i dav. Mvisit- ?m-Mr. and Mrs. S. M. James .visited . ling uor .. sister, .Mrs. w. v. howcu at fj W flruvlnn nr1. fnm.Hv Prtv U. ... .v. WVU w. .MW..., tt y. 4 lOar-rollt- on COMMITS SUICIDE $, -- 1 Mrs. Myrtle Reed McCul- lough, Was not Happy. Gives Servant $1,000 and Says Spouse's Unkindness Caused Her Deed. i Chicago, Aug." 21. Mrs. Myrtle Reed HoCullogb, author of "Lavander and Old Lace," "Dove Letters of a Musi-clan- ," "Love Affairs of Literary Men,' And many other books, was found dead nt her home tost night, and (reports to the polloe lnidioatod that death was caused iby an over dose of Bleeping powders, taken with auiioldal intent. Mrs. MoOulloglrs .body was found by Miss Annie Larsen, her maid, to whom she left a note and a checks for ?1,000. thirty- Mrs. MoCullogh (was seven yeans old and iwas 'bora in Chicago. lliat death was Intentional was indicated iby the fallowing note, which the writer left on her maid's dresser: I aim leaving you a j. "Dear Annie: and chock for 11,000 for your tre faithful Eerrvlce during for years. If my husband bad beam as good and kind to tne and as considerate as you I am j 4 I would not be going where . DOW. I ' 'V "MRS. MAC." Inclosed In ithe note was a check fcl nint..hii. r,-- v: i lsun,a' .V..BVV BWHV.rf. rPVlCk ! An 'TWIt.otsw n ( Tfrn.tnri C3t 51,000, Annie Larsen, the maid, had v. EsUl Maddox.and family, of Mc lU" w" mwsu eujoyeu 'Dy au ipr03eni- 'gone out, and found the 'note In her Henry and visited Mr. Eli Howard Quito a nice crowd attended ISun- room whert she 'returned at 9:30. She family from Friday until Sunday. rushed inlto Mrs. McOullough's roqm Miss Zona Embry, of Baizetciwn, ho tlcy school at Smallhous church Sun- -j u5y p. m. Tlie singing by Mr. Len- and found her dJead. typhoid fever. uie Brown's clas3 was fine. refionsiiCo to her husband In the The Mr .J. W. Duvall attended, the) note iwos a surprise to friends ofMrs. Bajptlat Association at Cane Run last Of Importance to You! MaCulloghj "Paradlso Flat," as her week. heme Is known, bad been a favorite Rev. Birch Shields preached at gathering place tor a select chicle of Oak Grove Schoolhouse Sunday night. Today, ToRemember the writer's acquaintances. She gave Clarence Keown and wife visited morrow, and Monday, are many uniqd ontertalnineints. his father, J. W. Keown, of Central positively the last days Among these was a "model hus City, last week . Mr, "J. J. Wilson has moved to his Photographs can be band contest," which took place last taken year. Each woman, guest he recently purchased "entered" farm whjch for use in our Big Industrial Iter husband for the honor of being de near Oak Grove. See the photograsignated Uie "finest husband in the Pete Noiiman, of Broad! xy, was at Edition. world." The men paraded, sewed (bu- home a few days the first of tho pher once. Don't delay ttons and deported themselves at their Success to Tho Republican's Indus- -' lOngcr. b.at, and their wives extolled their virtues in written essays. On that oc- trial Edition. Warning Issued to Postmasters. casion, largely through the eloquent Washington, Aug. 22. Kentucky Names Wanted at Once. praises of his wife.Mr. MaOullough' r olved first pnlze as the "model huswill ibe only a short time until postmasters who have oat been duvot- It band." our Big Industrial Edition will be is-- ! lnS eight hours a day to their offices Mrs. MoCullogh undressed and re- suad, and we are desirous of giving will have to mend their ways or the tired In her usual manner ibefore tak- this edition as big circulation as poatoffllce department will got after ing the fatal dose. The maid aroused possible, and ask everyone to give them. As It is assumed that about the neighbors and called two physi us names of relatives or trlends that half, at lea3t,of the postmasters "como in- formerly lived In, Ohio county, so we within this calssltlcation, tho warn- cians, hut the police wore not 5 formed of the death until three hours may 6end them a copy of The Repub-- 1 inS ,3 JQ u nature of a general aftCT it had occurred. Upon discover Mean's Big Industrial Edition. We alarm. It is learned that a number ing the suicide, the maid ran for the want Just as many names as possi-slbl- e of, Kentucky postmasters are likely family physician. Dr. Newton D. Lee and ask your assistance. When to feel the decapitating ax on tho you think of some one you 'would like some account. said: Mrs. MoCullogh had been troubled to have receive a copy of tho paper with insomnia "If or some time and I and they formerly lived In Ohio coun Excursion Rates to Louisville understand that' she .had been using ty, let us halve the name, and Justasl Fair Sept. 9th to 16th- sleeping pqwders. She died from an many as you can think of. 4tt Faro $3.40 for round trip. Dates overdose of same drug and most proof sale September 9th to lQth Inclubably it was the one she had been Mules Wear Trousers Down in sive. Limited to September 20, 191L using to induce slumber. H. E. MISCHKE, Agt. Hopkinsville. There was a pretty romance! connectiHopkinsville, Ky., Aug. 22. Horses August Marriage Lisense. ed with her mairnlase to Mr. MoCul-louga ramaiuce, that some said was and other animals in the country are The following, marriage license have cleverly described In her story, "A sufering greatly from flies. Not the been issued from County Clerk Tlns-loSpinner of the (Sun," published about big horse files but small green feUows offloe during the month of Authe time of her marriage In 190C. about the size of a house fly hatt gust: Miss Hood, as she then was.was in sticks like glue and bite like sin. W. J. Graham to Eva Duke, Nareverything rows, Ky. her girlhood days one of the oditars o Liverymen are adopting The Voloejmbllshed by the pupils at suggested as .a means of protecting S. N. Patterson to Eflfle Carnes, the West Division High School. James the horses and yet none of the rem- MoHenry.Kly. Sidney McCullaugh .wea editor of a col edies or covers succeed In their obB. F. Peach to Ida Schrocftor, Hartrtlhe ject. lege paper In Toronto, Canada, Farmers are greatly bothered ford, Ky. Voice was on her exchange list. He as the teams stop at every opportunity Homer Albln to Rhoda Atchison, admired the writings of Ml sa Hoed and to fight the pests. Roslno Ky. a correspondence 'between ithe two, Some of the coverings put on the J, E. King to Nona Leo Durham, that ensued for a number of years, teams are really ludicrous. One (team Daviess county, Ky. was opened of four mules was in town yesterday J, Rlclmnd Wyeong, to Pearl 'Murla 1906 Ml Reed and .Mr. MoCiU- - and each mule had on a ult made phy, (Sunnydale, Ky, lough, who had iby that time made out of ooaroe sacking. The fronjt legs John B. Goodwins, Road no, to Mar.Chicago his homeUpped away quiet- - of the mules were covered ' (with tha Arnold, Horse Branch, Ky. rljr to Grand Haven, Mich., and fwuro trousers, the sacking having been 'Alfred L. Crabb, P&ducah. Ky., to sewed together so as to keep it on, Bertha L. Gandner, South HU1, Ky. married. .Mrs. MoCul lough eatenUtnad same and the cover extended all 'back on 8. W, Bennett, Owenaboro, Ky., to original Ideas on the subject of the the mules" bodies and up their hacks Louise May, R. 7, Hartford, Ky. a'aWnwr sex." it had ham her delight and heads. The hind Ism not B. T. Taylor, Simmons, Ky., to d fun at ithe incased In trousers but the body cov- Daisy 'Baker, Behote, Ky. to poke sax. For lnsaace she has writ- ering hung down low .with the idea Arthur Bartlett to Annie Lorn that It would kepe hte files brushed Hardin Utk, Ky. ten: I "la the average man only a lltUe of. As the team passed down the W. H. Pate to Bunl Heflin.Cen-tortowbettor than the uwyjlwooin; at his street thy presented a strange Ky. aad weryoBa to Jeff Bundea to Dora WJlleughby, hmf. a deUoaay; at hi mien) aiuebjonT turned to mm a look. "Moat wives r Horn Branch, Ky. .... ... m """" " I '"vu. 1 aTO, Mk., that that ' at SHINKLE CHAPEL. liovos today .that the tactics of tho Aug. 21. Crops are looking gang, In very Boakham attempting TO INVESTIGATE to owing to the dry twoather. control the Democratic txar- Fell E. C. Balrd Is enacting f Kentucky, wore bra a stock ty ALLEGED GRAFTS zen, bam. atrocious and undorhamlod to Justice and rlght,produc-tlv- o J Mrs. Addle Chlnn and son Anton, contrary of Beaver Dam, Mr. Jacob of groat hairm to the people and Shaver and wife, Miss Lena Balrd, .Mrs. calculated to bring thoStato of Ken Members of Owensboro Po--li- ce Belle Tanner and children, Janle rind tucky irto dlsTopu'o and dishonor. We Alney, of illotlin, vlslt-unow, A. L. Btard don't iiropose to stand for it Under Shadow. and family. Fnlday, and when it comes dawn to a (fight lThosJo on the sick list this week between them and Judge Edward C. are Mr. E. C. Balrd and Mrs. Annlo O'Rear, who met and crushed the ma Brjnnett. chine In his owm party, than we Mayor Lambert gets Busy and-Wil- l Mr. W. 0. Bennett and daughter shall without hesitancy and with all Do Some ProbBcJfrjr havo gone to Dawson Springs the powers at our command chamto flpend a few weeks. hl3 cause. pion ing. Mr. Clate Shaver and family, As evidenced by tho work at Louis of L'J.Ttcmaiv), visited In this community ville of tho same old crowd which has In tlie past cither ruled or Saturday and Sunday. ruined The Owensboro Messenger says: Mrs. D. Rons and daughter Audra, the Democratic panty in Kentucky, With Mayor Lambert and certata of ContTtown, are visiting Mr. R. they shown no signs of a let-u- p until other city officials possessing knowlA.' Lalsune and family. they are again In position to graft edge said to be unsavory concerning: Mr. Sam Shaver, Vasco and Rosco and steal. They havo clearly shown the police department, there threat' Bailrd, of this place, attended church that their greed is not yet satisfied ens to be a thorough bhakeup In that (Sunday. and that they propose to remain in department, atBoulah within tlie next few Mrs. Vliigil Rlggs and children vis- the eaddlo and override the people. days, when the mayor will Inaugu. and llko a car of Juggernaut expect to rate a rigid Inquiry Into the actions ited nt Contertown last Mr. Mar.vln Balrd and wife visited crush out all who oppose itham. of contain members of the police Mr! Plummer JJennutt and family SunWo do aot ipropose to kqw-toto force. According to tips received tills gang, and as an, humble private yesterday jUie miayor possesses knowlday evening. wo sliall Join, any revolution which edge ,Mr. A. F. Balrd and family, Mr. that .will possibly be the causer Sherman Condlt and family visited means their overthrow. of the removal of two or three memAs It looks now Judge O'Rear is bers of the department from T.lT. Porter Sunday. their "Sir. V. D. Westerfield is hauling leading a revolution against the ma places, and the savero reprimand of chine not only In his own painty but certain other members of coal this iwvuk. the force, Nohle Leisure visltod his unole, Dr. In the Democratic party. who have knowledge of the actions, We propose.therefore, to enlist of some of the city strong-arStawart at Dundee last week. proProf. W. R. Carson and Ifamlly vis- under his banner and to fight thm tectors. ited at Cenbontown from Friday until to a finish unless the Bockhain-Haly- Major Lambert has been Informed Mayo gang of grafters take a back by Monday. reliable parsons that certain memMfi. Sinah Westerfield visited Mrs. seat which at this hour tliey show-n- bers of tlie department have been disposition to do. Rachel Shaver last Friday. receiving bribes from the owners of Therefore, from this date you will oertalu unlawful houses net to InForty-on- e Men Join Army in find the Gazette standing squarely by terfere with tlie operations, and, Edward Clay O'R.-a- r In .his""" fight working on Louisville. this information the mayfor thy supremacy pf the people as or exeets to discover other wrongThe month of Augst promises to against political machines, both Dem- ful actions of members of the debe a record-breakimonth for re we partment. ocratic and Republican, unless ? , cruits at the United States Recruit have absolute assurance that no memIt Is claimed that the policeman' ing Station, at 510 West Green street. ber of the Beokham-Haly-Matho mayor has tho evidence against Already forty one applicants have en will bo placed in any posi- have been receiving from h listed and ten were sent to thebaT- tion of honor or trust by MoCreary, to halt c( the proceeds of certain racli3 at Columbus, O., last week. whereby they 'may again fasten their gambling houses In the city, not to Most of. the applicants am country cltijclKfl about the throat3 of the peoraid the places, and to prevent any boys who claim that the recent diought ple. other member of tho police force Injured the crops that they has so But we have no hope of such assur- from Interfering with tho operations are unable to obtain a livelihood in ance, 'bscauso McCreary owes his of the house's. country and forced to enlist. tho nomination to them nbsoluetly. As When questioned about tho proEight enllsters were from the counOld Men of .the Sea they posed investigation yesterday, Maytry and two from Louisville. Oney veritable hang about him, and a man In his or Lambert stated that he would H. Tuck, af West Moreland, Tenn., his dotage, he will hi will iba carried make a rigid examlnation.and would has ibeen aoceptod by O. H. Dockery, beneath tlie depths with their weight, attempt to liavo every member of the Jr., In charge of the local recruiting and notwltlis'andng his oanmwnaable police force removed that was found par y and sent to Columbus to be In the past, hj must perish guilty of shielding violators of the to Loisville oareir He will, return with them, unhonoivd, uniwept and law. in a few days and resume his new unsung. The chief executive Is much iwork-o- d Thlr-tioi- h du i,3. iHo was formerly in tho up over the Information he has Infantry Regiment, U. S. A. The Live Wires. received, and Is determined to weed Every ip regressive town in Ohio tho guilty members out of the deOn Trial Once More. county, and practically every progres- partment. Dixon, Ky., Aug. 23. The trial of years sive merchant and professional man 20 Thomas Thompson, age In every progressive tciwn, will be Unveiling Ceremonies. charged with the murder of hisfath-e- r, represented In our Big Industrial EdiClear Run. Camp No. 19S, W. O. W., Henry T. Thonipaon.Qf Providence, tion of Ohio county, which iw are will unveil the monument of Soverwho was killed December 2G,Ls again now preparing to publish, it will be eign J. L. Hoover, dec ased, on Thursbein progifss hero. Tho case was tlie day, September 7, 1011, at the Clear an Index to the live wlivs, to gun Monday morning, and as usual, 3 enterprisa of our counity. Special Run Cemetery . attracted as much atontlon as at will .be made of our .banking An all day session will bo held. the former trial when the .djfendant schools, our churches, Unveiling will take pace at 2 o'clock was acquitted. secret organiza- p. nu Tho public is invited to be H. our coal, our oil, our The prosecution Introduced J. tions, in conncetlon with the be3t present and all Woodmen, who can Lang-an- d Hackott, a contractor, W. W. abridged history of tho county ever conveniently attend are especially rewas nothing Lee Morrow. There published, all to be iprlnted upon fine quested to bo present and aid in the and Lea Morrow, here iwas nothing lllus All persons living within any Importance in their mvidonce, book papor and very handsomely won- services. of trated. The edition .will bo a convenient distance will kindly bring which Is all circumstantial, .there beGet In your orders for extra well filled boskets, as dinner (will be ing very little new evldenco that was der. copies now. senved on the ground. not brought out at the former trial. we-jkw m o yo nia-ohinone-sixtel. f.a-turo- PINCHECO. Aus. 22. Mr. S. M. James and (wife ISun-di- y. visited Mrs. G. W. Gordon Mrs. Gordon has been Sick for three weokB and is not expected to recover. Mr. Red Black and family visited Mr. J. W. Cox and (wife Sunday. Tina writer attended the Ohio County Association on the 17th tnst;hoard two good sermons; met a number of old friends and shared the good dinner and Ice .wator furnished by the members of Cano Run church. DEMOCRATIC Revived after Given 2,000 Volts. 22. Eddy.vllle, Ky., Aug. Looks, cooked, paid the Oliver pen- LEE WAIJH,C. C. J. W. GRAY, Clerk. death h, alty tills morning for tho murder of ys FAFER electrocution tool; his iwife. The place shortly after sunrise, and the man died a horrible death. The first shock of 2,000 volts caused the nogro to go into convulsions, bursting the straps that hold him to the chair. Tlie negro began reviving when flplacodr In the chair, and although he was immediately given another shock of 2,500 volts, he did not die for several minutes. It was tlie most reniarkablo COMES case of 'vitality on record. 0UTF0R0'EAR. The Callfliway County Gazetto.whlch has always bean a staunch partisan, Democratic Journal iwdth a large cirand culation In Calloway County District, Congressional the Flratt this week announces that It can no longer follow MoCneary and the machine-made Democratic ticket .which and Is dominated by Beckham, (Haljt Company, as ,was Indicated (by events of last week convention at! iLoulsvlle. It announoeg Its purpose in the following strong .editorial: 'TdlE PARTJNQ OF TUB WAYS." The editor of the Gazette has (been fighting staehlne noHtlc for tiwumty jwars. He has always twHwed and be--J Public Auction. On Saturday, Sept. 2, I will fer- for sale at the farm of L. of- S. good-nature- op-lot- 4e w Smltlr, deceased, on the Beaver Dam and Centortown road the following described property; 10 head of sheep; C head 1 horse; of cattle; farming Implements consisting of wiagonplqwa (binder. harrows, mower, rake and Also household and kitchen furniture. Terms of sale made known on day of Gt2 A. M. SMITH, sale. OAK GROVE. Mr. J. J, Wilson has bought a small farm near Oak Grove and has moved on same. Rov. Birch Shields filled his regular appointment Sunday night Crops are wry good in this community, especially the lower, lands, ry one day last week and repjorts ry onne day last week and report a nice time. School is getting along nicely with a good attendance. There was speaking at the Grove Friday night. Miss Bessie Smith Is on tho Rick list at ths iwrltllng. Mrs. Crabb who has boon sick is able to be out again. Mr. Guy Faught wont to Boloct Sunday. Wlnson Smith .will return to about the middle of the week where he has been for the past year building houses. to Miss Bessie Crabb has gone Groonbrlar to visit her uncle. Mc-Hen- ry For Sale. Residence and two lota In Hartford. W1U aell, or trade for land. S. F. WALLACE. K. 4., Hartford, Ky. Mi n, ee ited If you do not bellovo that R. T. Her, tho saddler and haraoas man, haa some of the boat saddles at the Just-gcheapest price you ever saw, 4U and see. x r Follow the Crowd to the New York Store LOUDER THAN WORDS THE PLACE WHERE PRICES SPEAK I o4WWW4WW4WWW"" AAAAAAAAAAAJAA, 44A 1 J fy 1 BIG MID-SUMME- R CLEARANCE SALE! COMMENCES FRIDAY. AUGUST 18 CONTINUES TO SEPTEMBER 9. WHH t t t '"mm.i.)'uiipwim) Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes and Clothing! NOW YOU KNOW Us From Past Ex- perience Kduertise That We Nothing BUT PLAIN FACTS Seasonable Merchandise r 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 book of every customer. Merchandise Dependable and Prices That Save You Money. 4d4T rpivJVFvFv-- infl Worth of Choice STRICTLY. CASH Oilr Terras Are CASH on Mount of EXTREME LOW PRICES Come to this Sale with full confidence that you will get far greatest values possible to secure anywhere and you will not be disappointed. The assortments are ample the goods are worthy the prices are extraordinary. It's the one BIG J3AB.GAIN EVENT of the season. It brings people from all over the country to our store. Our last sale was the talk of the entire community, and was regarded as ,the most gigantic affair of the kind ever held. This time it will be larger and better in ever way. The reliable goods are sold here. Therefore it is no wonder that people know TEtE NEW YORK STOTtE quality of merchandise is the best; 'they know that only first-clasall flock here when we offer to sell this character of goods at Lower prices than are asked for very ordinary merchandise. This Great Sale promises to be the biggest event in our history. When we 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 everything marked at one price. Look for the Red Canvas Front. It represents Big SAVING to You. BELOW FIND A FEW OF OUR. NUMEROUS BARGAINS: s, Dry Goods and Notion Notion Department. Needles 5c Ladies' Handkerchiefs . 10c Ladies' Handkerchiefs 50c Ladies' Belts, in all, colors Department. Yards rf the very best Calico 39c 6c Bleached or Unbleached Domestic 4jc 7c' Bleached oj: Unbleached Domestic, yd. vide5Jc 12c Hope Blefeched Domestic, yd. wide . . . . 7c 35c Bleached Sheeting, 10-- wide" 23c 7c Lawn only 10 yards to a customer 35c 8c Apron Gingbams, during this sale 5Jc 10c Dress Gingham 7Jc 12Jc and 15c Dress Ginghams.during this sale.. 9c 12ic Percals, yard wide . . 8Jc 10 4 ... SHOES! lc lc $4 SHOES! MEN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTHS CLOTHING We bought a big stock of Clothing for the Spring and Summer expecting a big Clothing business but unseasonable weather during the spring knocked a hole in our calculation. Hence we have too many Suits on hand. Now we are forced 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 all wool in Gray, only . . $7.53 $15.00 Men's Suits in Light Green $8.98 $18.00 and $20.00 Men's Suits in the latest styles, colors Light Gray, Brown Blue 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 onjy (. $6.98 $15.00 Youth's Suits in Dark Gray Flannel . $8.98 $2.50 Knickerbocker Suits . . 1,(39 $4.00 Knickerbocker Suits $248 $7.00 and $8.00 Knickerbocker Suits $489 $6.00 Men's Blue Serge Single Coats .$3X9 Men's Belts Boys Belts 10c Sox 10c Hose ..-...- . , . ". '' .. ". 25c Sox 25c Hose 10c .'.,. .. . -' .- Children's Hose Ladies' 75c Ready-to-We- ar Dep't. 20c Children's Hose, in all colors 3c 19c 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 &nd $5 Shoes, in Button and Lace $2 Ladies Oxfords, while they last $3.50 Ladies' Suede Oxfords . . . . .... ... ... . $2.48 $1.19 $1.89 $2.89 98c . $1.68 Hen's and Boys' Pants. $1.50 Men's Pants 92c $3.00 Men's Pants with side buckles . . . . $1.59 $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 to10 . . 9c $1.50 Boys' Serge Pants 84c 75c Men's Brown work Pants only a few left . 25c $1.10 Overalls the best made 83c 35c Boy's Overalls 21c 50c Boys Overalls best made 39c 50c Men's Overalls 39c - Waists, trimmed up very nicely 39c $1.50 Waists, white or black 89c 53.50 Skirts, in Blue or Black $1.98 $5.00 Voile Skirts, in Light Brown only . . . $2.38 $8.00 and $10.00 Skirts, in Cheaffon Panama $4.98 $G.50and$7Skirtain Voile or Panama . . . $3.98 35c Ladies' Pants and Corset Covers 19c 50c and 75c Corsets, during this sale 42c $1.50 Warners' Rust Proof Corsets 89c $1.50 Ladies Chemise 92c $1.50 Ladies' Night Gowns 92c 50c Ladies Long Silk Gloves 24c Laces and Embroideries during this sale at half price. 10c Ladies' Vesta 5c J25c Table Linens. 50c Table Linens, in Blue and Red, 75c White Linen Table Cloth $1 per yard . 22c 14c "42c White Linen Table Cloth Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps. 35c Men's Cap3 $1.50 and $1.75 Hats, all colors 24c G3c ....'. .... Baby Caps T5c Ladies' Vests 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 ... .. .... ... Humatiimmkamm Clearance Sale. Seethe 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. REMEMBEJl THE DATE, AUGUST 18, to SEPTEMBER 9 Mid-Summer INJflW - Do Yourself a Real Favor. Come to this Store during this JBig ,HBBBBBBMB fr NOTICE! If you havo any friends or relatives that you think anything of, toll them about : : l NEW YORE STORI LOOK FOR THE RED SIGN SALE LASTS 13 DATjS Beginning; Aug:. 18th W THIS GREAT SALE. feu KUKK .4444444444 OVER THE DOOR HARTFORD, Ends September 9th Look for the , , KY. NEW YORK STORE ' e JUDGE O'REAR Opens Campaign with Eloquent Speech. a j, n5Ji 1 i : -- V r $ I' f warn his party friends of the presence what they stood besides holding office, Urges Remedy To Deprive Machine of they contribute to campaign funds. It been defied. How nnd why? Thol y Is for immunity. And they must and power of that machine. He de- rvUa fotlnfA nt a tnntnrltv nf thA IWmO I particularly tho brew-- J Power. wag here and at work. He crats td participate In the committee's get what they pay for, or they liquor Interests, clared it have It then If ho frnn (Vint Knntllrkv Is would havo quit paying. Only very era, have preventod It. Theyactivity In its danger to good primary made It easier for the HIS WARNING TO VOTERS declaimed againstwas on It by means of their In tho party that government. It that ground result, as It la yet machlne-rlddc- ItiA ilnmtnant riflPtV hflrfl. rich concerns could stand such ex vented in Kentucuy in ootn to provide the nlalma in 1a pense. They of courso expect to anu politics In tho Democratic party that he contested the nomination of reasonably sure mat an wnom maybo. did partici- what Is tho remedy? Surely not to set do get their money back off the peoMr. McCreary and those elected by his could control hv which they have con Bays Demooratlc Party Dominated By up another macninc-nuueparty. ple whoso representatives they have machine for places on the State ticket. pate. Machine People Had No Choice In The warnings seem to have had the That might be swapping tho devil for led to betray their trusts. Thus It has trolled tho Legislature Thcy nre as In every aiaic nmi iesiamii Selection of Candidates Urges Citi- contrary effect from that Intended. It been that the great interests have sessed political purposes, nnd grown so enormously In this country. campaign for rnturn they get Immun was hoped to arouse the voters In the aro used to debauch such electors as zens To Vote Regardless of Party nur in by party to a sense or party ovo viilnornhlo hv thnt. means. The party can, if It attempts to, prevail naa They are Democrats whore the Legis- thovas against tho constitution. Thcy Affiliations Special Interests Need Democratic tne eiiori Is Democratic, and Republicans ity people who participate a machine, in tlio past nrtvlce peril, as well as danger to the State. fewer hopn nnrl aiinh wna of Sen lature to contribute io tne oiecuuu ui Liquor Question Dis- The voters, however, naa rouna Dy makes decent Attention it easier for tho briber to get Ufrtf Tllfirtlrhiim nnlv thn WPfiVft nffft til where it Is Republican. Their agents prefer Senators (there are fewer pf oIt cussed. long and bitter experience, that a In his work. He na3 rower votes u aro known as lobbyists. They aro State them), then of Representatives, and flirl.t nrrnlnat thn machine, with the overcome In that event That such smash tho machine. That 1b very good partisan, nnd the Stato oxccutlvo offlcers. lastly machlno conducting the election, was means were used In the 'late primary as far as It rocs. But there Is nothing They nre always geniai, Kinaiy, cour- They to .determined at whatovor cost are Judge E. 0. O'Rear, the Republican a hopeless taBK. uenco mey stayeu thAro nr many evidences. How far yet to prevent another machine's being teous nnd corrupt. They nre cunning of candidate for Governor, opened tho away from the election. Only nbout that affected tho result can not now immediately got togctner, wnicn woum nnd quiet They hate'nolso, and light, that that section of tho constitution bo shall not campaign at Elliabethtown, Ky on thirty per cent of the Democrats of be known. It Is pointed out as one of ho no hpftnr tlinti Itn nrpdecessor. MV nnd tho confusion of public discussion. Kentucky (Section 61)legislation. In Monday, August 14, before an lmmenso the State participated In tho primary, thA trrnnt itanirAn nttpnrilni? n. commit Idea Is, to make the operations of tho Their ways are furtive, their lnfluenco carried Into effect by It spite of campaign after campaign In crowd, which gave him tho closest at- Becoming 10 tno iaco oi mo ruiuniH, neo primary, arranged, mnnaged, and machine more uuucuit, anu 10 .ueirivu slnlstor, their power corroding. in tention. Ho sounded the keynote of while If the padding done In Louisville executed In every particular In accord it or the dangerous power unuer mo these gentry should be curtailed in which that Issue has been presented of T nnd In SPltO nhllfiefl. To do liana this campaign na being whether the ami me ijik oanuy ruKiun, nuv iu men- - ,m, fhn nrnvmua nurnoses oi ,iuu lavtr It nntvI urge nnrl State-widactivities two results may be exman their the people or the interests should control tlon others, be subtracted, not more 'committee It Is one of t)io great dan this, first, pectedone, the campaign fund, so emphntle majorities pledged to tho datory primary election law, neiu ai dear anu so necessary to tne mum county unit and the constitution, tho per cent voted. system. tho State's politics, and then discussed than twenty-flv- o 0f the machlno liquor can- A nnrtv mnr.hlnn Is more thnn a Bera the County Unit question, tho Bradley tennnce of . n party mftci,lne, is cut oft; Legislature has not acted. Tho to th union tip "nintfnrm convention the public expense, In1 which all people's representa- Interests have defeated it election and the question of his own name. Its existence can not bo deter- - was called tho committee was careful dldates must be nominated at the samo .. . ,. Legislature would be un- - shame of Kenturky have controlled resignation from tho Court of Appeals mined merely upon assertion. It lm-lt- n nrntpct lta own tenure In ofllce time, the offlcers of tho election Deinb pending his candidacy for Governor. plies a number or persons in power in from tj,0 peoplo by declaring In the call public omclals, not pnrty appoinieeB. trammeled by tWo influence of that the Legislature for twenty years, and Let anybody become a candidate who body ,n enactlnB iaWB My notion la that against tne constitution mm m The demonstration in approval of oiuce, aiaio or iiany uuitua, m ujr tjjftt jijn committee snouiu noi oe w- -. Judge O'Rear's speech was gratifying of their power and Influence organized by tho Stato Convention, al-- . can musiur ejiuuBu uuuvvi. t0 abolish the professional lobby. They peoplo. A power such ns that ls dan (for e gerous, well may politicians t. .. to him and his friends. He spoke as pnn nnntrnl ntlfl fin rnntrnl the nartv'B .u...l. Ilia I'tt.W Inn, nrnvlrlna tn thfl sent 1,000 voters on his petition of bal--a1 br, dSgrnce gooner or later an w rwwi. .w.... nir that snfecuaru in " iw iilUUfell offlce); let the Printing Its menace, and certain big newsncgg oho and nUn08. thcy bring action, more or less regardless of the nnntrnrw iollows: withmit circulation of literature as ,i b, corruntIon: they retard pub- - papers dance to its music. A power Tho principal issue in this cam- will of its voters, a party macmno is Berted In tho call by the committee by notHnr- - well nspnrh nnndldate'S nrOPOS fnrth ll- - hiialnpsa- - thpv rindtn nur statutes that Is to be feared Is a power also to paign is, Shall Kentucky cleanse the essentially a body of men wielding of- tho consent of the Democratic nomibe by publlc you smash tho lobby you will be courted by" thoso who fear it mora politics of tho State? Kentucky Is ficial power in the party, and who nees, It Is certain the committee would nls and counter-proposal- s bearing only When swatted the mother of party ma- than they dare It. not exceptional in having the political stand together for tho common end, hnvn rrmtlnllPll to refuse the IWty a authority, the candidates have and postage. Tut na olonr nwav first somo confus boss, the corrupting lobbyist, and the the perpetuation oi tnose men platform at all, as It was mainly con actual cost of printing of larger size chines. campaign funds triumph of Intriguo in her legislative or their friends In office. The Stato The business of the professional lob- ing and misleading statements of thoso with Its own tenure In ofllco, Prohibit defray such expenses and the byist Is to either procure legislation who nre today openly ngnung uiu, department. Such has been the lot of uemocratic jommiuee is uhcrcu un Innrafnrn nf Tinwpr. Thtlo. llo tllO nOETll than to bills and all tho States. Kentucky would be many Democrats, nnd believed uy nees agree In advance to continue In candidates' traveling gathering ofadver- which his employer wants enough to battles of tbp liquor Interests In thisThpv charce that Stateexceptional if her condition had been rnnnv nlliprn. to be such a machine. power over the Democrats of the State tising. Prohibit the necessary those- pay well for It, or to defeat general onmniion and dc- legislation In behalf of the public when wldo prohibition Is the Issue. That Is body. Its cholco a committee which is a veritable po big funds that aro so different from that of the other States. It Is a tp.ptnblp, to the "committee. inus It tends to curtail his lawless opera- not true. It is not even propoaeu uy But she is not. Sho will be exceptional for Governor won because he was Its tions. The lobbyist works for hire-w- orks our pnrty ns an lssuo, and could not only If she makes no attempt to throw choice. Otherwise he would have done always against the public, and be adopted except by nn amendment off the domination of the unclean ele- precisely as all the others did who rioaim nn thn nrt of the Demo power for evil, and there ments in politics. started to get into the race (except crats to change their committee. Tho moro mnchlnes calling ror is smasn- nlways for Interests conspiring to to the constitution. Everybody knows or filch tho public. His concern Is only In one When we call for a more popular gov- Addams). His committee caueci uie platform Is yet In douDt, ao is inu Ings." This, you will recall, and one thnt no such amendment Is propased. planks of our platform, ernment, for restoring to the people Nor Is It the Issue whether a man fato of the State ticket. But not so the thetho nintfnrm nn which I went before his pay. But his employer's concern L the misused powers of government, it . Democratic machine. It has wisely in people and because of It in part ls much larger. Hence he and his em- should be allowed to drink If ho , ployer flght together against any ono wants to. is because we believe that In the peo-pl- o provided for its own security and per the .. them. only is the requisite virtue and It Is not nt Issue whether soonety petuity, regardless oi tne popular ww. was selected by can not run without or any party proposing to put mem A machine on the same footing with the rest of or total abstinence shall bo forced on politics of the State nf nnrtv machines. strength to rid the tint la tho ninv That Is true of political as of its alfen and demoralizing influThe point I make Is, the Democratic rreaslne.other machlnps. The lubricant the public. To bd sure, they do not people as a legal Instead or moral of a well as be, maintain that a professional lobbyist status. ences. The slogan therefore should party is under the domination Df the political machlneMs a "campaign Is a good thing; they do not care to The" whole lssuo Is whether the conShnll the people of Kentucky rule party machine, wnicn it uas uui fund." That Is the committee's dlscus3 that Issue. They prefer that stitution shall provall on this suWect Kentucky? And the aim of the camchance to rid Itself of. - In final nnalvflla. As It is mOSt It be not discussed. No more do they nnwoipaign should be to produce clean poll-tic- s ns to the retail liquor busiO'Rear Choice of the People. frequently operated against tho people, desire tho merits and demerits of their Whether constitution shall be a dead in order that we may have cleaner KTAn- - iAt na innlr nt thn other side. ness the It has no chance or gemne us iunuu particular business methods discussed. letter. and therefore more efficient governVou will easily recall my campaign for Irom that source. Special interests, or will be ment. It Is my purpose to qenter.the Whether prohfcltlon ls wise or unnomination. It was distinctly a party appointees in office, are then the But they know theso matters the , attention is partial campaign there. ..II tn thn nnnnb A mnlnrltv of tho sources of the supply. Take up the lat- discussed unless public else. Hence wise as a policy, whether prevail, or by something aro There never was an Issue In this Republican Stato Committee was op g ter first. In Kentucky we have not a distracted all who serve them and all totAl prohibition should thoy, and country whether clean or unclean utterly beside tho question. For. howposed to me. I never auenaeu u iueoi.-ln- - civil service protection for the appointsay, whom In turn they serve politically, ever onp may think as to those things, politics should prevail. That is to of the committee before the noml- ive officials. They are at the mercy of unite In a clamor to drown discussions when unclean politics did prevail, and question still comes back. What their superiors in offlce. The body hav. of the main Issue. False Issues must the conthe an attempt was made to purify The Republican Stato officials, wun W the'm08t places at its disposal Is be raised Instead. Tho people must Bhall be done with any constitution? ditions, no party ever joined the issue interest may Is It tolerable that ono exception, were all either opposing Is now be fooled unand enough additional have the constitution nullified as to It and declared In opposition that m.. nnminniinn -- - iv i n nn i.uiix.i uioi-tn- .i Uljr iwmmv.w.., hv tho T.PElslature In Joint ses Imno-hto ontniimhnr thnao u'hn llatpn because tho constitution Is not thought H"-clean politics was better for tho State " VM. ..... ...www ..w ..w.w.,In their own as to oe somewuui. yimi Blon. JudgIt must get us votes urere. according and should consequently be continued. to be wise? If so then tne interests to me. It Is supposed the Hence that Commission concerns Itself think and aot need not to clear ferent as be surprised nro mnnnnnllps could maintain The flght has many times been made. not desire my nomina- mainly with seeing that Its friends are ment. You Governor did justificampaign to hear me that Sectlon 198 of tho constitution In this It has never been made without tion. Naturally and not improperly Elected to the Legislature. In 'order to therefore arraigned for nil kinds of against monopolies bo Ignored for their most bitterly cation in the conditions. "Whether it he favored his Lieutenant Governor. elect its friends It must have the Imaginary or trumped-uthings. Per- benefit. Indeed, wnenover it is conhas succeeded depended always on The Lieutenant Governor was himself means, local committees and campaign sonal abuse Is an eyes weapon whether the people got their The nny exact, mandatory proa candidate for tho nomination. fund. These are supplied partly by that has done much service In the past ceded thatthe constitution may be Igopen to and kept them upon the actual vision of of State managed his cam- the appointees, tho prison guards, who Secretary abobscuring real Issues. In tho conditions and the real issue. The by any department or business paign. Tho, .Attorney General man- are not only "assessed" unmercifully, In t any real matter for complaint, nored opposition always denies the existence interest, because It is impolitic, or aged the campaign of another one of but must see to it mat local commit- sence of deso ,w, i ,.,li of unclean conditions, or if they are the Constitution censes to have-my opponents, rne auperiuieuuKui. m tees are "right." The Prison Commis they will Invent, He slander, and stroy. Dd"not think that the Interest obvlpus as to be beyond denial, then D..hiin inatniptinn Hiinnorted energet value as nn Instrument of protection desion having such intimate reiauuus which deliberately plans to plunder a i, tho attempt has invariably been to the people. So plain a proposition ically his kinsman and county-mai- i by reciprocity wm of for flect the public attention from the real seems Xare!lSo sought by other "in- - whole people would stop at any kindthe need not bo dlscusspd. beItfound to Mr. Cox. The Treasurer, Auditor and. ImInjury to him who dares get In Issue; to introduce collateral or y ?. . AfC s.s a .jMl.( c.j strange that anyone could Agricuume Commissioner or hpfnrn na "rpnrr.spntatlves" before way. 9i to atS3&X v. It has already begun in deadly seriously dispute It. thn con material or Irrelevant issues; ..njiiiitim that body or its committees. Whether look to tempt to draw the public away from The liquor business Is now a lawful vention, and whatever their personal d the Commissioners recolve personal earnest. You mightbehalf of see who O'REAR. It ls that speaks In E. these Inthe main flght, and have the battle preferences, were propeny mimi. pay or contributions to the "cam- terests. They employ talent, where It business where allowed by law to exist. Ken-pitched on side questions. In whether Interests primary at his ,, .. In their own races, and In the paign fund," Is all one to tho public. Is for hire, always In preference to Its Kpntnrltv are therefore to be treated tViin vpnr thn nttemnt has been. expenslvo, nt riiaoinlm nnv Dart under tho constitution 13 the machine idea stupidity. They do not always pay In In system that there was Indicates and will continue to be. to withdraw behest, which understanding convention In pro The In fact fosters has been so employed In money. Offlce Is both a good and valu lawful. It Is not to bo treated differ between final actions of the and the main question from me peopiea a previous curing the "nomination or me present Kentucky. The penal institutions ui ently, only so far as the law recog- . able consideration In such transac- consideration, and to allure them to him, certain members of the commit- Republican ticket- - w nr crcates tl)e difference. State are thereby made Into a po Democrats not . , Then by making their attack liquor business Is not n naturnl right grounds less vulnerable, or presenting tee and certain other official, tne '" .i ,uo.w... Court of Appeals. opcontrolled certain ini mo Binno hut one State miu iuu6ni asset members, but who under the name of a great political a better chance for success. The Clerk of the nronose to make these boards bl- - party they can get for nothing the serv It ls a created rlKht so all the courts ., position in Kentucky will try to have members, that such would bo the Among Federal omcenoiuen. declare. The doctrlno Is universal. It party acting as a kind ices or the oigoteu class or partisans In short, at . you believe thnt something else is of course. The committee. Is the one business thnt Is regulated Senator was neutral, so far as I know. (i rtln01ia nnHt!l,al maniDulatlons moro Importance to you than a debate every step of the campaign, beginning There are five Collectors of Internal - Including newspapers of that class an d prevenung assess- small men blinded by party fury and by law under every government In the last meetof and the eradication of the evils last December and up to the In perfect Revenue In Kentucky. Two supported, of the otner world. Its legal status is so well has acted consumed by small hatreds. Such are which enthrall, control and bind Ken- ing the other day, program previously one of my opponents; one tne ou,y''.hat featUre entirely; then let them be their methods, and It Is this flght settled In that respect that It ls even . , tucky to a courso damaging to her accord upon a and one was accepted without further contest by Th one supported me. standing abroad and to her growth and agreed upon between Its dominant - tral. The two United States inamw i-;,on'er hav0 elther the p0Wer which Is now on In earnest beforo the the liquor peoplo. It Is also true thnt members and Its selection for Gov- offices opiwsed me; bo did the Pension neonle of Kentucky. power at home. many people engaged In that business incentive to meddle In electing OTin.- Tha nnlv hrpnk thnt Wfl knOW That the State has been KentucKy. or tampering Shall Liquor Interests or Constitution j deslro to conduct It strictly within tho of was in the Railroad Commissioner's Agent for at Louisville and a""?" "' ,?.r'e,na'y . machine-rule- d and the United My ,tfl pioctlon. Prevail? law. It Is a pity they do not control In thn Second District. Tflttl the Port to the public detriment and shame. Is rn, ,8 t0' take tmit Commission K States District AUorney at Louisville There are a number of such Interests the business. So many In the business the first question of fact to be settled. break was not In the committee. out- supported me. The portm"0. Zt of politics, by making It back of this flght against our ticket refuse to live under the law, defy it, The next question will be the remedy. was because personal Influences on or threo exceptions, in the 88,bo and removlng in KentucKy tins year, i win irom hronlr It nnrl pnrrnnt Itn- nnnrtmpnt. -side of the committee, and which Dominated By Party Machine. wnere tney wu htialnpaa na i i n.-i- .. and Second Districts, opportunity and means for i, : : uiem ami men 'thnt tho wholo- "public mind It asrnrrt Is time to i, iimu speuK oi .1 years ago, to bo no further all other matters were In accord with also County Chairmen (a bad policy. S""b Four , being enough a professional lobby nt methods In detail. Today I will men - .treated In the nearly solid- back, it was asserted, and upon full the committee, were not strong at ls ono way to tlon one only. That Is the liquor Inter- - Kilty of these infractions. In simple copa as well as unlawful) were discussion was found to be true, that In that particularof instance to Inter-oct- a ly against me. In other districts that SmahaKcj,,ne c Its to tho i members t it w wi.w ..i the liquor col. t. wUi.ww.u la fe.vm. ik ic ono of lusttce iio Kentucky was dominated by a party with the demands nnrl pprtntti nf Its allies In tho tho oldest, boldest nnd most successful this statement Is mndo. The innocent Senator McCreary declared machine. trusts or rather, two trusts In the members of the business aro thusbeing upon the stump in his campaign lobby, as to that particular race. The The public has not concerned IJected to a double danger; of nominations tiesireu, pianneu unu preagainst Governor Beckham for the subjected to harsher regulation bo- such was tho fact. At viously agreed upon by that committee not prevail In this Instance. My noml. Special Interests have been much do- iiooif nmoh virith thn rnnimnroini fnn. cause of the rebelliousness of their fel that pre Governor Beckham was In hnvo hnon mndfi with an unerring distinctly made by cussed of Into. We are learning more tures of those trust3, because It was lnnrp- - nr hnvlnir tliplr lnialnpait nut. that time nation was most machine control for the only time in his admin- cision that shows gentlemen work. It the peoplo In the country, In conven- - and more nbout their ends and ways not concerned much whether the price lnued ns the only means of curbing tho so nomiof the machine of his party may be that the gathered more They are of the tribe who would reap oi annus was mgn or iuw. mo conistration of the majority In it. Inthose re- t!on3 In which were In the State. His Auditor, Mr. Hager, nated were better men thanwould not than fifty per cent of the voters In the where thoy have not sown; who want dition Is wholly unlike that presented lawlessness ticket special Immunities or favor3 which by manufacturers of other commodi- stead of fighting society, they might nominated by. that machine for jected. A wise machine was party The remainder of the choose the weakest men in a close was nominated by the delegates to the their competitors do not share. They ties. Hence the whisky trust and tho better flght the lawless element in Governor, and his Treasurer, Mr. e was likewise nominated for State: The fact remains, however, that convention, some 2,400 men, not essentially monopolists, in that beer trust have gone along unmolested their own cnlllng. But the menace of ticket. public they want to enjoy conditions from and uninvestigated In so far as they that lnwless element Is so imminent he was himself nominated It Is a machine-pickeAuditor; by any Interest save the sucNor does It necessarily follow that rected and not controlled by the man- - which others are excluded. This they are simply trusts. The public has nnd real that society must protect Itfor Senator; be had but recentlyPayn-to- r Interest cor-rua party machine Is composed of con- date of 'any man or set of men. The can do In this country only in one of dealt more with tho question of regu- self. In this State we nro committed by It in electing Senator ceeded not extermination. men. It may be quite the newspapers two ways either have legislation lating the retail business, ns n matter to regulation and retiring Senator Blackburn. such, purpose of certain partisan boss- to them, or have the laws of policing, rather than with its com- Regulation Includes, under the constiMr. McCreary then believed and said trary. But It Is also true that to to show that the convention wasof the favorable .partially Is not in their behalf. The mercial feature. Among the expedi- tution, tho right to deny tho privilege executed that tho machine of Governor Beck- an organization designingonly easier or ridden, though silly in the light Interests, ham, presided over by his competent be reached by politicians, than the facts Is aimed to distract attention former Is much preferred by them, ents resorted to by tho public Is that In given communities. Theto people themown therefore they are most active about ot prohibiting the sale by retail at all have deliberately reserved friend, General Haley, his member of unscrupulous Is so from the true conditions in their but of In certain localities, ns In sparsoly-settle- d selves the right to Bay In what comthe Board of Control, and his other larger body the the party Is, Is soitdomi- party. In one sentence they say that- 'the halls of legislation everywhere case that It con- in Kentucky, New York, Ohio, West rural communities. In the munities the extreme or modified regufriend, Mr. Eli Brown. Chairman of frequently general Senator Bradley controlled the The flght the Prison Commission, was a menace nated that It has become the can not ventlon; In another they say that I .Virginia, Missouri, Illinois. Colorado, neighborhood, of churches, schools, etc. lations shall apply. constitution against such tho peoplo nnd tho has asin tho to good government In the State, and rule. In truth,party Interests controlled It. and routed Bradley. California, and at Washington.as Those Kentucky undertook regulnto, beginning sumed the position by the liquor Interotherwise than dominate not only either of the discussion to Kentucky are such But what-was a corrupting Influence. Attorney thrniif?h n. a Both statements are untrue. n.la.atntoil. plying n InIrln mnchlne organization, nor ..... - ..u...l.l..l.. of mnnnnnlv in bUVlng where and how, but whether liquors ests ot not only defying the constituGeneral Hays made the same light in attempt .to do so F or oV In seuing "tous. or In against Vm should be sold by retail In particular tion, but of corrupting the politics of his race for the nomination McCreary do they ever If not for I In reasons. pu thnt the Jcelai Mr. Hager. Both Hays and pr ony lobby, or any pelting resources found here.. The sections. In 1891 the fieoplo adopted a the State offpt-tlv- order Mnt nnlv defiance la tho -l- ost in that flght in the party because m.hn?!n.Tnn?gpr?tPd distrust! dominated the Repub- - aWs against monopoly are undergoing - npw rnnntltiitlnn. Anion c Itn Rublects mnv ho of the Jntewe unw,8e- becou m un: te, ,,anUIConVentlon, or had the slightest a constructive and testing era. Ken- was that of the retail liquor traffic. It majesty of the law Haunted, but the of the overmastering power was car-rie- d do so, provides that each county, city, town, very means of government are de-It is 'That ,B one poit the,tucky must take a hand-sho- uld political machine. The issue cont rol over . a I a '1.1 tiiOirwl the fif 4)t t a I..,-- . cm vn f1.tlBTt tiiaiaol it Jl.iwl.i .iuuwo on Into the general election. The for the poop e to abdlca e any rsu; peop.e a v precinct anu taxing uisirici Hiinu thuvo " esw rrupt,on purposes; nor people, but the country at large, the right to leglslato for Itself upon in spite of tho right or lawful regu-th- e verdict ..of the people was 'RuHty. preme con rol n tovor of . ii agents at every nnnnrnl ITnVfl tllPTl left thfl body latlon. Tho condition Is intolerable, subject whether such sales shall ' la in that way on my These Interests employ ltll0& a dollar y "Whether any .state capital, charged to look after all be allowed within those units. The The means are unbearable. , Tho State. Mr. McCreary stayed. run away leads to . i.. it nro, hnttpr tn ii ls named ns one of the units, ed power of the liquor business in poll-Th- e Legislature Is required by tho con-- 1 tics threatens to overthrow tho State from the flght, to stay and keep up theJ l which wasVade "uS thut & the orde IsV "1 .1. lt"--no fight, or to surrenuer, is a mmwr ju stltutlon to provide by law for taking government not by arms, It is true; A may feel called upon to decide now. unit neonle and executed their commands matter what the public good demands. the sense of tho voters of each of the but. worse, by corruption. '. " The Legislature has failed nnd 'Jugnted people may regain liberty; n "'"" "v given or. allowednf "ir."" them to tho inttor hnth In ticket and Plat Another has a similar representation.' Certain 1t Is, he neither left nor kept peoplo aro hopeless, their Inup the flght. Did the machine go out due preferences form, it was the last Republican Sta,te And so on. They combine It ls not refused for twenty years to carry that- .corrupted a party, nre pledged to tho 1 Wo, ns .of fr Tlnn .Tnhnson Started by law. provision into effect as to counties havIf there are sores amohg fluence and mans because Convention. iur lng a town larger than the fifth class. redemption of the constitution on this out to run for Governor, He found Majority of Democrats Had No Voice the Republicans, tney are not on mo only more eirective, out cue-ii- er so. ...uii-i....- .. 11- .subject. Hence we nre being fought by nlAiuilA..ti Tt ! holli jinmrormia mill ux. -- -n Party Ticket. as to make it the old m nine at work. He saidu i.o--people. Iiui on me iuihicuuo ,11a.m. CUw.i. . .... u.wuw nnwlVti ., to- in.1nrtn.ra -tn Pnntrol tho so prohibiting the the controlling unit the liquor business, nnd by their ... too strong lor aim.' i i.ltl. Balo of liquor. The in He found ito(o1q nniloiintpil bv the It Is certain that a majority of the . -i and advocates, with all the bitter-adopte-d made for the people and null. flit. "'""'"Ji Democrats of Kentucky did not even pointed, or those tied by stronger; majority of a Legislature after Its rV by them aa their protection nees, intolerance and venality of a bad formidable power of the glgantlo steel participate In making the present honria than nartV llllltV to BOinO Pet election, The bettor way. they thluk. He trust. looked in pn the machine. cour-ag- e ticket. It Ib not, therefore, their act Interest which hna a grievance, at the is to elect It, and It will then uo irom against even the Legislature, and all cause driven to dosperatlon. Our position ls this, and this alone: found it too strong for even hislooked and deed. Aside. from the fear of ma- action of tho convention, In that It a senso of gratttudo what it could not manner of oppression, provides a kind be bribed to do. ."Party" Is the great of Initiative nnd referendum on tho Shnll the constitution prevail? Shall and popularity. Judge Reed seems to quarters it showed chine domination, which Democrats wrb "run over." was in also. At close I Bay this much, not in personal Jus- word In such affairs. Men will do for subject of liquor tranic. Li. tl. ion to me currmuiuBrortflln uiuiuiuuiuu uy mo have been well founded, the ..,... it MM ....w.w. w,...v.M nnd Hwa ow htm the hopelessness of a flght against were '"Hot given an opportunity of know- tification or pride, but because it la a the party what they would not do for i.. t llU HI llliril Lt, I IlilUM HIM llULEllin lirauara M..W. ww. .... tvtilaVnv Intnrpnta mare means but with It Mr. Addams, ana pemiwu ! ing beforehand what the candidates pertinent inquiry of the voters, For, the State. So If the party committee only .of carrying the provision Into be compelled to take'Its. dirty hands oft - lees discretion (Continued on fiag J.) i gen-crallcom-mltte- o n has effect. This nunt iriA it nut. Perhaps other offering stood for, and as it has he-- If both parties are machine ruled, then says that such .and such an Interest dhl not have even tho flimsy excuse-thahis defeat Inevitable, come common nowadays for the ..people. it would matter Illtlo to the average contributed to "our" campaign fund, eaute. made the noodle did not want It. Thoy ... wen without the machine. But Mr. u"'1 rn4AP hi oh nM.i tlo.l n AAA BaftV -- and must 1m dealt lightly wftb, tho ar- did. and do yet. No other local que- to vote lor measures hh ....11 '"v' a. Is an objectionable when fl(l!L gument Is effective upon many memIn for Lieutenant Governor and Mr. Kit Is .aulte likely -they were unwilling chine tlon has provoKcu ns mucu uibwub- -i .. II nltin. u .w Laftoon far Auditor had ample oppor- in mis instance to couuim il..J.1..ia inv, na tho u.i.vi. tlortv hnagpa bers. Tho "Interest" gets Its protec- or as pronounced nnd unanimous pub-li-e wl luraintnw tunity for testing Its working quali- to any set of men, however eminent in (lobbyists npd corruptlonlsts aro all of tion. It pays in party contributions. sentiment In Kentucky. Still, tho There Is no other earthly reason why popular will and tho constitution have ties. Senator Blackburn came back to t . It refused to do. It ,. m , .- u.r nuiuiin1iiif.w --- --. p i;7Ars! -e"ii''i: n omnl-partlsa- I I - .. wit-Stat- in-lot-s, to-wl- t, d iTL'ffaaviffa g iv nt J-- .: 1 2 w. " ,, p e, a " AV. X 'kM V a mu-cerne- one-side- d Jt .nin'v "'"' ,' The-tlons- boss-ridde- lobby-controlle- " 'g t!?.,. ( "" ge wsxss&x.'SHAsrsi pj&x - .,.. ,,t j -: y. Bos-wort- d 1 tht' j thatany nart o . V ,... iSSS "" nfr Jd 1? "j I exert-count- .:.... - bth.; sub-unit- ..... .- n, i-i .i.ll ti Hartford Republican. ;V rttert.Ky.. H -- M" f tl ewi C. M. BARNEJT, E. DUKE, And J. J. NEY EDITORS RAMEY NEY FOSTER tannage! "Thcro Is ono other pknk I want FOSTER to refer to, that we havo riot doclaned Is lipoa In our pla form, but wlwoh Uw foWowlng HionUcncd TOBACCO KAISERS. During tlw eor8 of bta speech at Qfcweamr, taet MiMy, Jwlge O'Rear Jn referred to Uw tobacco qiwstlon V vlort,s COTE PIANO FREE! x-- PUBLISHERS proprietors. by Uum: 'Wo favor .r ? :- ; Address sM comruunlcaUoM The Hartford Republican. to and th a?3C.aX302.T FRIDAY, AUGUST - . ,40. 2C. REPUBLICAN H TICKET . r EDfWtARD C. O'REAR, Ffx Governor, of Mt Sterling. For Llttatonant Governor,. U I,. BRISTOW, of Georgotqwn. jEJor attorney Gancml, D. TK06. o loGREGOIt, Denton. Por Auditor, LEONARD W. BETIIERUM, of Mt. Vornon. irer Treasurer, IHSMIAN F. MONROE, of Loulsvtflo. For A. rotary of Stale, J. OLflVER, cf BcoMsville. Commlsfiiocer of Agriculture, For D. W. QUARK, of Barbourvllle. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, T. W. VINSON, of Princeton. For Clerk Count of Appeals, C. S. WJLtSON, of Williamsburg. enactment of such constAtu-tlonlaws as wl protect Uftiom from tho trusts and monopolks of. tho coun try which aro tlio very fruit of Republican legislation.' "I am a tobacco rateer in a very small way, but I am a Kcntucklan, and In tho fight butween the Tobacco Trust, which is either a Now York and the Kentt a Carolina concern, was no hesitatucky farmers, thero tion In my mind asto which eddo ctf the fight I was on. (Anp'auso) And thero Is no doubt in your mind, which sldo I was on. Well, 1 rnado ft little talk at Frankfort that day. It was not much of a 4alk. There wasn't much said, I reckon, but tho hurting part ot that talk' was this: Not the statement I made that you toanlt diriy-an Idea through An head with a bayonet, and you can't but it was this aplauso), (great statument that hurt tham. Hero is anthe- Mm nno that called down tho campany upon my mas of the tubacco head that there Is enough vlntue and nowor in the law of Kentucky, with out resOTUng to "1olence, wtUiotft do the ing an unlawful act, to punish Umts which were at the bottom of all the tobaccotroubles in Kentucky so as to makejlho Standard Oil line of $29,000,000 imiposod at Chicago look like thirty cents; that such ample relief was within the Tower of the law of Kentucky to do with the Tobacco was my of- That assertion Trust. al a Anglo-PaxOttfl amo and and laborers of the Starte the farmers 1 I UHl ,. cM!Mic vi:ii W1r You f 'JIJIWEi TT S m. r m G&t It 1 We Give Certificates ion. ;;!f!z, It will bo oasv for vou to socuro ITn Vaii- I LIUC UP iUUl Criatiric om this home this expensivo rnCIlUo .,rin of nnf Ht.nrn. and soon this oommuhitv i. , " ---- 7 iiau uuiwmu ' many thousand dollars worth of these certifictrin ita poesess- a larire porcontago of these certificates il you get ousy at once, .., Z. ,.., J ui0 ,u '- jum viy and collect a greater amount man anyone emu mm , instrument. f large size instrument, measuring 4 ft. 9 in. in hoight. 5 ft. 2 in. in length and weighs, boxed ready for shipment, over 800 lbs. The finest material and and appearmost experienced workmanship havo produced in tho Cote an instrument excellent in tone, power inance. Tho case designed is very beautiful. Ittis adorned with rich carvings, standing out in bold relief, dicating artistic elegance. The surface of the instrument attractrat onco with its deep mellow color, polished d is a wealth of genuine ivory keys. The action is easy, elastic and and resplendent as a mirror. The g tone, at on?o deep a.nd tender, capable alike of producing specresponsive, The. njanc- has a fine, tacular musical effects and of yeildihg iho softest, dreamiest melodies, This olegant piano compels admiration for its massive showy qualities, and likewise proves itself friendly to deepest, tenderest feelings of tho heart. It will win its princely Way in any home, It is installed in thousands of the best homes, conservatories, educational and religious institutions in the land and is well and favorably reccommended by leading public men, women and institutions; by musicians, teachers and other excellent, judges of musical instruments. Ask to see the poitfoJio containing these Here is a short description of this magnificent Cote piano. A Piano Worth Owning It is a key-boarfull-swin- ?; r . i t si X - . I t k 4 GET IT FOR YOUR HOME This piano will make your for home more attractive yourself, for the' rest of the family, and for your many friends. It will beautify the parlor, keep the' children at home; teach the daughter a fine accomplishment, make 'home life pleasant to the son, entertain your friends, brighten the lonely hours, and promote sociability and good OR FOR YOUR SOCIETY for yourself, then you will want this piano for your lodge, literary society, school room, church, Sunday school, or labor union. A piano will secure a larger membership, bring out the members every meeting, make the program more impressive, add to jJie beauty of the room, and promote the friendship of all the members. If not ifense. 41 For nwrosenitativo Ohio County, J. A. LEACH, of. Beaver Dam. For Senator, "t C. HOUMAN, of Morgantrnvu. plat- sVThe Democrats a ihclr State form refua.il to put in a llank against Contract convict labor when requested to do so by the la(bor organizations, and now they are called on to Ignoring explain th !r reason for request. The Republican plat4hls form contains such a lullink. In clear and,uniequivocnl terms. of Judge O'Rears That jxech at Glasgow dealing with the tobacco question In Kentucky should be read toy every tobacco grower. la It shows conclusively that O'llear betins Jarget of the tobacco trust cause he had (the courage and manhood to speak out in behalf of the growers uf .tobacco In their darkest 2iaur of trouble. featuro Courier-Journal :" " "After that the pooling proposition was up time after time in Kentucky. They raise possibly 400,000,000 pounds of tobacoco. The difference tojtweon 6 cents and 12 cents a pound Is a year to tho farmers of Kentucky, and if I am Governor of Kentucky and you have any 12 osmt tobacco to sell, you won't have to take G cents for H iif you don't wanit to. OPPOSED TO LAWLESSNESS. "I do not mean to ray that any 1 to. lawless net will ue never s.e another leaf of Would rather tobacco raised In Kentucky than for a lawless act to deprive a citizen of his Jlfe or property or his liberty. (Applause) I do net hKari"ito say that you shall compel your nelghlbors to sign any pooling contract in any kind of a society. It should not, it shall not be done. Thoy iwill be freo men In this matter. What I mean to say Is that there is power enough In the law, and I know that I know how to use It so thaitthe American Tobacco Company will not come In hero and break up the farmers' pools and injure him financially." -- : t I I rert4 Aug. badly. 21. PALO. We are needing rain very or bring it to our store, Tlieu'buy your goods at our store, get your friends to buy, and have your friends to get their friends to Buy. Collect all their certificates and place them to your own credit in our store ballot box. With your friends' help you can secure several hundred dollars worth of certificates every week. The piano will be given to the one securing the greatest number of certificates between September 1,1911, and May I, 1912. How to Secure this $350 Piano Free t coupon at the bottom of this advertisement, till it m prqperly, man ut out the t lllnjss whose Mrs. Mary White, The editor of the to as a "weak, have b&n menutoned from time xefers to Mr. lloCroary .old "man" and cliarges him with du- tlmo In your Isse is no Dottier. aiiss Ros:l Kerry Is iimiprovlnlg. plicity In. that he had promised the unit Mr. Everett aiad.Ti and cwusln, Miss whisky people that no county 3lank should appear, in the Democra- Delia Allen, went to Owen&Iboro, Sattic platform. Mr. Watterson Is not urday to visit the former's bra'aherMr. tmiy "Limping da the rear." .but he Willie Maden. Mr. Joe Park and daugh.ters,Mlsses to telling some plain after convention truths, which are sending terror Into GIrtJo and Myrtle .wijw Uie guests of the hearts of the ununified Demo- Mr. Dunk Berry and family Saturday -- OUR PRICES WILL REMAINas LOW : as EVER Remember: It will not cost you one penny more to trade with us. Our prices stay just as low besides, we offer many special bargains. Our goods will still be of thoroughly reliable quality, our styles and patterns all modern and at the height of fashion. There is every reason why you should do all your trading at our store. cracy of Kentucky. The plank in the Democratic on ths primary election (im.ton is as clear as mud. In fadt, the only thing which is demanded in that plank in lhat the State pay Uho expanses or all iprlmary elecUons which various plat-for- ito determine for them--tdiwhether or not such primaries shall bo held. The present law provides for ktgal primaries. The Rtpub Jloan platform declares for a compulsory primary law, the eaqjiensos to be ,borne by .tho State. iwtles may decide to hold, leaving the panties vi t ( I. n , Every speaker who appeared upon platfoimi during tho late Demo-crati- c convention dug up the foran of Waillaan Gothol in un attempt to the minds of the ptople over this incident, which is a closed chapter in the hlBtory of Kentucky, and the Democrats should not only be 'Milling but anxious to have the peO-jd- e forget how Ui y disfranchised Uie ra'jers and stole an election In tho year lb09, a set tit facts which must .always aocoimanny uuy iffort to dig HP tlds unfortuuate ptvlod in our history. Tho people cf Kentucky are sick and tired of having this matter thrashed out at vich election for the ihhiiiobo of influencing the voters of the State and for the puposre of turning Uielr mlnndi away from Uv-Jlatuesv It would bq Jutt as timeand ly and smsiblo to bring forth thrash cut the assassination uf Abraham Lincoln and attempt to charge ,ih Doinacnatlc party ai a iwrty with Jtfaat do.)lo ab'jo occurwuce. Jbe night. Mrs. Artie Nash, of Palo, Is very low of tyahaL& fqver. Mrs. Charlie Boxlwy is Improving slowly, Miss Colia Alltai, of Cromwell, vis ited Miss Rosh Ruseiall lash Friday. Mr. Ntal Hoover, of Beaver Dam, and visited Mrs. Nannie Fwemster family last Tuesday. gu'jst Mrs. S. P. EjhjII was th of Mre. Nollle and Fannie Coy last Friday and Saturday. , Mr. W. L. White amd son Leslie, went to Hartford last Monday. Mr. Dill Smith and wife, or East VIow, vlsl'.ied Mr. Johti Wimsat Ust Wednesday. Mr. Alonzo Dairtlett "went to Dun- d m last Saturday on business. Miss Ora Maden whose Illness has been mentioned, is no better. i Come to 1)1.... .. the Store Today and see the Piano ii 4 BEGINS SEPTEMBER, nay xiii 4ao4 n, .uit icon il 4hon anati irrnw. noma uu iVe tUiiicai wxiiu .tic rtrrs4 irlt1 tiuvi jruui uauic 1, 1911. Us (Fill Out, Cut ont and mail or bring to onr Store.) Cut Out Sign Na.me : . -- , FAIR & CO., Hahtford, Ky., I wish to nominate as a candidate in your piano contest I understand that is merely a nomination, not a vote, and 'does not obligate me in any way. Name Date Address ... Buys Stock of Groceries. I have bought the entire etock of Groceries owned by Faught & Snell, Centerto,wiwn, .,.,.'. . . r . . Ky., and will continue to do .business at the same place. Thanking our many friends for past favoia, and hoping fcr continuance of Vary truly yours, same, I am, Otl Bring to our Store Today ------- H. B. FA'UGIUT, Cuts and bruises may ibo healed In tho time required by about one-thir-d applying the usual treatment by Llnament. it is an Ghmuborlalu's antiseptic and causes suoli injuries fThis to heal without maturation. liniment akn relieves soreness of the alus. For muscles and rhoumtlo t sale by all druglsds. Jfa&&Gix Hartford, '' - 4"' Kentucky nlViMBMWWir i t Lacdies' t Suits iSkirts i x ' - s Our Sample Book has just arrived and shows over 250 patterns of cloth, 72 styles of making. Made to your own measure. We guarantee t Ns? t .4 A Perfect Fit - t depend;on I t Barnard & Co., HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. b-- i PHILLIPS HOTEL BAIH HOUSE New Building W1HF.RN Five Mineral Wells RWlv Y.ird .'. Larce. Uool Kooms. AND A protraotcd meitln bcean at Marvin Chaiwl Jaat Sunday, and is fn charge of Ruv. E. B. Cooney, tho pastor of the Sulphur Springs charge, and Is assiitcd (by Rev. S. W. Dean, For the choiocet Ststplo and Fancy Groceries, fiosh ell ho Itlmo, call who la doing the preaching. on Likens & Acton, ,' Mrs. (S. A. Anderflon entortiinod quite a number- - of tho" young ladles NarMr. and Mrs. T. L. Lloyd, of rows, wore tho guests of Mr. and Mr. and gentlemen of Hartford lost Thurs day evening for hor visitors, Miss E. P. Mooro this week. Hazel Tanner, of Morgantown, Ky., Trado at Fair's and get the Piano arid Miss Com Anderson, of coupons. Give them to your friends who will ibo In the contest iMossts. J. C Her, James Lyons, Mrs. . B. Nash and Uttlo daugh- Dr. J. R. PIrtle nnd W. S. 'Tlnslty ter, of tho Palo nclghiborlrcod, aro loft' WednKisday morning for Gmsay quite sick with typhoid fover. creek wh.Te they will tpend several Miss Bira Bean left yesterday for days fishing and hunting. Yegienday Mary Barnot, of Owensboro, were they wjre Joined by Mr.. John T. tho guests of nolarMvea in Hartford Moore. this wosk. "No excellence labor." ,Tho funeral servicts c Rev. G. J. without Enter tho Piano Conbet nt Fair's, Bean wero held at tho Christian go to work and got your friends to church Friday morning at 10:30 in the pronence of a large crowd of sorrowwork tor you. ing relatives and friends. Tho serviMr. Ghas. L. Taylor, of Pwntls. ces were condusted by Rev. Virgil Elgin was the gueat of I1I9 grandparents, and Rev. R. D. Bennett Attar tho Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Randor, Saturd, funeral, Interment followed at day and Sunday. where the Masonic fraternity The ladles of tho Methodist church took charge of the remains. of Beaver Dam will give an Ico cream juiouier surprise .woauxng or young supper in the Oscar Stovona grave HartfoTd people took placo Monda! tomorrow night. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Taylor and wnon .miss uessie coinns ana Mr. children, and Mr. J. C. Berryif Ow-- f Harry Hoover were married at Jeffori ensboro, spent Sunday with r. and! sannvllle, lnd. Mte Collins went nrp- UiWPnflDoro Sntiiiprt.nv mornitniT Mrs. W. B. Rondor. Wnably on a visit iwlth friends there. When you need drugs of any kind Shewas Joined Saturday attornoon ploaas dont forgot THE OHaO COUN by Mr. Hoover, and after ependlng TY DRUG CO., has the quality and Sunday In that city left early MonGtf the price Is right also. day morning and were married that iMlss Myrtle Williams noiurnod SatThey returned home to afternoon. urday from Central City, where she this city yesterday afternoon. had ben the guest of the family of A. L. AVJHIams for a few days. Of Importance to You! and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Taylor son. Master Marshall, of Louisville, are' visiting Mrs. W. H. Taylor and Remember that Today, Toother relatives for a few days. and Monday, are Mrs. J. O. Wallace and itrwo sans, morrow, of positively the last days of Mercer, Ky., are tho guests Mrs. S. T. Barnett .Mr. Wallace will photographs can be taken for arrive Sunday for an nxtondod visit. our Big Industrial Edchief use-iMiss Honrictln Guercther, ex- - ition. clerk In the Hartford postofHoe, See the photographer peats to leave for Dawon Springs toat once. Don't delay longer. day, whore she will spend a few days. Tho Cheapest Place of Earth to buy all kinds of Seeds. vi'vv-vvvvvvvivvThe OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY CO. ' Hartford, Ky. 29tf and 'Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Rtind'r daughter Mary, and .Miss Mildred HarWoek rison, of Louisville, spent the end with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Render. 1 iMessrs. W. SVhooler and Berry Loney, of MoHonry; John H. Tiiomos and C. C. Park, of Narrows, were callers at The Republican, ch'ffoe yoa-twrd- ay Oak-woom n of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnfo Hoover, Beda, are the parents of a boy that arrived yesterday. H doesn't cewt ycu a cent more to trade at Fair's and you get fcho PJaro coupons free. Miss Anna Allen Elgin WIS morning for a visit with friends at Owcnsboro. Get our cut-mt- o prices on PaAeat Mediclnos and Proscrlptioiifl beono going eJoswtoero, We can mve you r fl OHIO COUNTY DTIL'O CO. Make Your Cooking Easy By buying one of our famous 0. K. Cooking Stoves. For years we have been distributors of this make 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 bo 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- tlut Stoves from $ 2 to $65. 1 E. P. BARNES & BROS., BEAVER DAM, - KY. JUST . Received I ! STEAM MINERAL BATH Proprietor. HOUSE Coffins AND tfjSi5Hto i t Baths gsven by Hot Springs Attendants. J. R. PHILLIPS, rates: $7 to $10 per week. dawson springs, ky. There will be no preaching serviChurch ces at tho First Christian Pastor, Sunday on account of the Eld. W. B. Wright, ibelre an his vacation. Users of carbon paper should try the famous "Echo" carbon paper. Guaranteed the host papsr on the market Sold hy The Hartford Re44tf. publican. The funeral of Prot J. C. Barnard, who died several weeks ofeo In the Phlllplne Islands, .was held Wednesday aftorncon at Liberty church in the presence of a larige crowd. Every night next week Dr. Bdau's Moving Plcturo Show will ibe open to tho public at the opera, house. Ndw films and songs, and a nico evening's entertainment for ten cents. has Miss Katherlne Rogers, who been visiting ivlathes hero, left yeJtvr day morning for Raokipont, Ky., where she will spend a fuw days 'before returning to her home at Quiucy, 111. Mr. andMrs. II. E. iMischke entertained several of the young peo-pl- o a last Monday evening with card party for their visitors, MUs Nora Smith, ard Miss Lela Mlschlko. Mrs. T. B. lMrlo and Uttlo daughters, Anra Ruth and Leila May, will roturn to their home at Brazil, lad., y after a visit here with Mrs. Petrla's parents, Judge ard Mrs. J. E. Fogle. is 'Mr. Frank G. Foreman, who Fourth Officer on a large steamship has headquarters at Phlla-d-lrhi- a, and Is spending a tfujw days with P. his paovjftts, iMr.and Mrs. L. Foreman. air. and Mrs, James P. Thomas and Uttlo daughter! of Iulsvllle, and Mrs. W. J. Pursky and little, son, of Ca ufitor- diz, Ky., arrived n to visl.t Mr. E. P. Tlionias and 6her rvlatlvos here. tMr. Grant Pollard, of Fords.vlllo, nas in tho city yesterday and quali fied as Maglptraitu to fill thu vacancy causvd .by thq v isignation of Esq. C V, Miles, who last wok moi'ad to Oldalwuia. Mr. Pollard was strongly lecauuuendkd for (he jxisltlon and his cojnmU'elon fivom Goy. Wiill&on ar- to-da- MY FALL STOCK OF 2 and 4 and Phonographs Berry Is the guest of Mrs. J. Hartford Republican. (her parents,0. Mr. and Mra. W. B. Ren FRIDAY, AUGUST IIHnolsCentralRallroad-.TIme Table. At Beaver Dam Ky. North Hon ml. der. & Bring your Prwluce to Likons prices Acton, Hartford, Ky. Beet 2t "" paid. 2.00 and ?2.50 Ladles1- Oxfords at now 11.59 Slippers, or Strap The most complete line I've ever had. Come in and hear them. Caskets t We Fair's. MIS3 J.B.TAPPAN Jeweler and Optician, t Lotus MUus, of Evansville, Is guest of her stater, Mrs. John W. tha No.l21dull:il&a.m. No. 132 due :05 am. Taylor. No. 101 an. 2:48 p. n. No.lSMnlS.28p.ni. . m No. 131 an8-&5?o.l03daeS:48 p.m. Prices just as Iqw as anyibady's at the Piano coupons Fair's and In. M; H. & E. Railroad Time Tale thrown " Miss Addle Clmrlet, of tlw Heflln at Hartford, Ky. effective Monday community, is visiting Mies WJanto L. && N. time card . Slmmerman. Aug. 21st 7:19 n. m. Only a few of 'those Men's $4.00 No. 112 North Bound duo Relow-cdaily except Sunday. Shoes left ,at Fair's. No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. member $1.G0 Ibuys a pair nQW. ' daily except Sunday. your candidate and Nominate No: 115 South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. send tho 1180110 to Fair's who will dally except Sunday. enter you in tlw contest Sept. 1st. No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p m. Coom and s.e the PJano at Fair's. dally exoept Sunday. i It's a beauty and Is going to ornaH. E. MISCHKB Agt. ' ment soma homo in a few months. fiontli Uonud. HARTFORD, KY. AAMffAlAAAfAMAAAA carry in stock all the time a first class line of Caskets, Coffins, and SPECIAL Cash Prices. 100 lbs. Gran. Sugar 15 . general supplies. Our ...S6.50 1.00 5.50 1.40 1.25 1.15 70c G5c GOc Prices are right and we Fine bargains aro to bo had on our and 10a counter. LIKENS fc AOTON. , Wash Goods atk quality 2W Fairs' r Prof, and Mrs. 41, B. Brown and ,now 19c Lewis, naivu enter Fairs' Piano Contest. Be-- son. Master the. MatmmoUu returned Claw. froni a trio to tans Sept tot ITypewriter paper in all grades, type Mason's' fruit Jars 55o and CCc at writer ribbons and carbon paper for Lekens & Acton's. sale all the time at The Republican -- Mr. Carlisle Render la quite alck. 5c ik - illss Margaret Nail has returned Owerwboro. UksB Alamarofct office. . 44tf. tram a visit at 111 Marls, who has toeel 3, for a fow days, Is batter. KMr. Joff Watiturson aiid family lrft yoaterday monilmg for Llvurmoro whjw ttoey will probably lvslda in the futuin, Master Pearl Saadiorifcir, of roufio torn Koh Quito 411 lfoJ several days. Read Fairs ad. about if. Hard, the Wg ter returmod Wwfeicsduy afitornnon 'bolBW Sott. 1. , Ptano Coyest tt)t on Creek, from the mouth of No Rouah River, uiu zt& Bean UOH syhwtwv tor "boyimrau QutAn--where hoy luwl Ibven er slace. lab Saturday, 'rlvcd tarly this uouki' v a vtstt with restive at SmwptaU It. v. Ti Wiley, Clarcsce B Alllijon Barao'Jt and J. Ney Fos rs, lbs. Gran, Sugar 50 lb. can Pure lard 49 lbs. Victor Flour 48 lbs. Bob White Flour 48 lbs. Town Talk Flour 245 lbs Victor 24 lbs. Bob Whitq 24 lbs. Town Talk 6 boxes Matches 3 lbs. Best Rico 3 lbs. Keg Soda 3 boxes Table Salt 3V bars White Floating Soap For-get-me-n- .give you good service. ot 20c 20o 10o 10c 10c . k 1 II Incorporated. I Ceutertowii, Ky. II Hartford Grocery Co. , a BIGGEST CHEESE. - M f4inK aiatwt ih) tr.uU We htbva ki t4e State preM that la liort li JDireotjry Jae; lt, EVER MADE nei.t, &t4 Will WW M Tfco Kind You Havo Always 1h uso for over 30 yenrs, Jnst-as-goo- d" ;1 M y- Weighs 12,000 Founds an of Milk. Require 180,000;Gallons Bought, and which has been has homo tho signature of anil has peen mauo unucr iu iiur-ysonal supervision slnco Its Infancy. 7&ccuM Allow no one to deceive you In this. aro hut All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd " Experiments that trlilo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience; 6rtUlst Experiment. OH, PareCastorIa is n, liarmlcss substitute goric, Drops mid Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. 16 contains uolthcr Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms nnd allays Fovcrlshncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA for Castor An American- - choaso weighing over 12,000 pounds, throo Ulmoj as largo as that iWggost chuxeo ever nwtdo la ' this tho world, wlU bo ibullt here toy N. Simon, tiho Atnortoon summer cheese ejqport, for 1U10 Natlonai Dairy Shorn association. t a chooso Uaat year Mr. Simon. over 4,000 wWch weighed a little pounds, th-- j Jargvet In tho 'history of the dairy Industry, nnd It Bcored 05 Ibu-U- GENUINE CASTORIA Bears tho Signature) of ALWAYS aL&?m&t He KM You In Use For Over TMtClNTUB COMPANY, TT tee Always Bought URRT TRttT. NCWVOSftCITV. 30 Years. lt THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co. i.4,4l,,H,ll,M 111111 1 j (INCORPORATED) i Dairy cent, at the National . Show in Chicago. It ecems almost imcTodrbable that 05 tons, or 136,000 (pounds of milk and cream will be required for tho construction of just one cImmsm, hut It will take fully that much to fill Ok contract. Jt will require all tho milk from C.C00 cows tor one day, all mire 1)rod animals, probably worth fully $500,-00Fully 1,350 men wJH bo required to do tlie milking. Tho milk will bo furnished Jy CC0 sanitary dairies, valued at over $3,000,000. a (But securing the imllk to only small pant of the oonstmicbiom of each a mammoth cheese. It wil require of nearly 50 tho combined effort experienced men to mako the choose. choeeomakors and Eighteen expert 23 to 30 experienced helpers (will work togoUieT, under the! Buporristoi af air. Simon. The cheese, being of such an onor- mous size, will have to .be built cm a epeolally constructed flat car, and then a apeclal and exceptionally largj refrigerator will have to ibe coaatnuc-to- d on the car to carry tho choeee until time for the exjhibItion,Octiab&r. 26 to November 4. This world's greatest cheese is not s, to be made merely for exhibition butit Is to bo onterod into competition with tho Amtirtiaan cheese made in Illinois, New York and cflier dairy stat;s. per 0. ipur-pose- kliheel, Cettrt-(lurl thU owri.i)SM all CfrettKXltHT; T. T. Attornyi W. P. MMWff, Bn D. f )m will be pbrlshea ffa!n JtiXvtf n. a. BrraM, Cterk; r. U Femamier wuisfcy men Md bperiw,ih.j paigmM MfuKtr CHimllftr K. T. OBlMt, Black, Sherboi.ng to couvbie the imWtc that Trttte Jury KamlJ T. II. O. Keown tn braAg l compOMd of iff, JIartfanl. Dull-- 8. Uio liquor Len Mlaek. Ceurt eenvefte first Men-cki- y toughs and l&'iitopakors, and that In February and eontlnuee) 'three Uie IS'at' inhibit mcdl be rid of weeks; third Monday In April, two weeks n would second Monday in June, three weeks: lhat the third Monday In October two weeks. rai hor dtttToy itlio builiwia 4n Kon-tuoCounty Court. 11. K. Wedding, Judge; 'wKh-o- ut thin In any ctl ecotaW gees VW 8. Tlnsiey, Clerk, C. B. Smith, Atsaying ami It will d n ct tne torney, Hartford. Court convenes first O'Rear ofuapalgn and give It all man- Monday In each month. Quarterly Quarterly Court Begins on ner of assistance la I 3 paver Til tlie fourth Monday In February, May, ilaUUiffa of Keaiucky , bl.ould gjt August and November. flrBt Tuesbusy, we think, andibrluj? the casj Court of Claims Convenes Tuesday In fairly bdforb tlie voters of the State." day In January and first October. S. MojsBey, Other County Offlcurr-- C. Kordsvlllo, Ky., n. F. D. Surveyor, No. 2; Bernard Felix .Assessor, .Hartford, Ky it. F D. No. 2; Henry Leach, Dr. A. D. Superintendent, Hartford; Hliey, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COUKTS. Ei. U. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday i after 3rd Monday in March, Tuesday afC:'ilTl, ter 3rd Monday In Julie, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In Septembor, Tuesday after I iliiiwi, "..; u , 3rd Monday In December. lirnU nfld fo1'cl8 O. B. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday ofto tho dlc.i9Ad irtau). 3rd Monday in March, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after brnno rebuI.IuK'rom 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday Ca'aJrh nnd drives after 3rd Monday In December. away a Cold in tho John H. Miles, Itockport, Friday after Head quickly. Ho. Monday In March, Friday after p,0 KfirMffn 3rd Monday In June, Friday 3rd after 3rd Bturcs tho Bcnscsof i"iii i U Tiwto and Snicll. Full size 30 cts., ntDrus-gist- s Monday In September, Friday after 3rd Monday in December. or by mail. In liqui 1 form, "i5 ccnU. J. C. Jnckson, Centertown, Saturday Uy Brothers, CO Warren Street, Now York. after 3rd Monday in March, Saturday af tcr 3rd Monday in June, Saturday after 3rd Monday In Septembor, Sa'turday after 3rd Monday In December. M. C. Cook, llcnfrow, Tuseday after 2nd Monday In February, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd We tend FREE n bottle Germinal, a quick relief Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November. for lung trouble, coughf, paint La chest, and that Thomas Sanders, Dundee. Wednesday ran down feeling. (Mention Uu. paper.) after tho second Monday In February, Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May, OHIO MEDICAL COMPANY Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August, COLUMBUS, OHIO Wednesday after 2nd Monday In NovemBox 96 ber. C. V. Miles. Fordsvllle, Thursday after 2nd Monday In February, Thursday after 2nd Monday In Mnv. ThiiHrinv ofi.r 3rd Monday In August, Thursday after Bnckbee'a "Fnll oj Life" Northern Growa 2nd Monday In November. years ot Pedigreed Seedi have a reputation ol j. ij. Friday succtesful seed growing behind them. It pays to Monday nation,. Jlalpn, Friday nfter 2nd In tebruary, ,2nd plant the best. Monday In May, Friday after after 3rd MonSeasonable Specialties. day In August, Friday after 2nd MonBEANS day In November. Earliest Red Valentine . . $3.50 Bushel . . Jjjs Bushel" HArtTFORD POLICE COURT. Refugee Extra Early New StrlnRless Green Pod . J3.70 Bnshel C. M. Crowe. Judge; G. B. Llkens.CIty Imp. Kidney Wax J4.50 Bushel Wardwell's Attorney; Sam Riley. Marshal; Court Davis New White Wax . . fc.75 Bushel convenes second Monday In each month. Currie's Rust Proof Wax . fc.50 Bushel TcliT Councll-- J. h. Williams, TrcasI PEAS. . $j.so Bnshel R. T. Collins, Clerk; S. IC Coi. Mayor; Extra Early Alaska . urer. Members of Council, T. R. BarNew Early Gradus ts Bnshel nard. W. J. Bean, W. M. Fair. Pen llorsford's Market Garden . $3.50 Bushel TlyLor'.:- - B' Ellis.' E. P. Moore. Buckbee's Lightning Express J5.00 Bushel K?cS00ri,Tr,U8te?-- J' S. Glenn, chairman; a full Lettuce. Radish, Tomato andgrowing line ol Secretary, prices. Ji"81'and Dr. E. B.C. M. Barnett, Seeds, riants and Bulbs at lowest Crowe Pendleton. Send for complete catalogue or submit a list of Antt-Aaloo- Uu&.ir VmilMkMi. hgr hi 'dry' et paorttsMowM, Otto Q. Martin Attorney , & Law Lgue it this and tvliofnlng eouniiee. Cotntnerell and CrkiiMi VmaUoi a Specialty. 9LM. ftABHSTT C. E, HARTFORD, KY, Will pmote hJe rQmhm rti ky Suits l smith, Attorneys Law, barnett at HARTFORD, - KY. ..'-WJSH Wilt practice their profession In all th courts of Ohio and adjoining cot and Court of Appeals. Sp tl attention given to all buslnr e..irusie to their care. Collections anu the Prao-tlc- e of Criminal and Real Estate Law lng. Specialties.' Office In Republican build it" n y Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, Will FRANK L. FELIX, - KY. tVUlB practice, his profession In Ohla and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty. Office In the Her aid building. CONSUMPTION'S Attorney at- - Law HARTFORD, YANCYL.MOSrJEY. KY. SEEDS .... Strt Will practice his profession In all the. Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank. JOnN B. WILSON CHAS. M. CROWS WILSON & CROWE - KY. pr&eselon In all vWlll practice their the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections. Offloa on Main St, opposite Court House, HARTFORD, o?' "M. your requirements and will quote prices. Buy direct from the grower Save Money. Write today. Mention this paper- IKMMckbeeSi., Rockford Farms. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. H. W. BUCKBEE Rockfonf.Il . WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE IT G08T, ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN S. W. Bends, pf Coal City, Ala., has fiwo uueves a Justlilblo gnen-ance-. stole hia health for twelve yeare. The were a lfver and kidney trouble. Then Dr. King's Now Life Pills throttled them. He's well now. Unrivaled for constipation, Slolarla, HoadaoheDye- popsia. 25o at all druggists. in Falls Victim to Thieves. GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. & J. F. GILLESPIE Proprietors E. Church South Servtraa in.in. and evening every first and third Sunday In each month. Sunday School 9:i5 a. m. Prayer meeting- overy Wednes- v. vircu Klein Pastor. i? uaptlst?";& Church Services every Sunday morning and evening. Sunday . a. m. Prayer meeting every School Wednesday eveninff. Rev. J. W. Bruner. pastor. Christian Church Services every fourth inh?iya Up. - m Snd 7 p- - ,n- - Sunday a. Elder W. B. Wright pastor. C. P. Church Services first Sunday In each month at Al a. m. and 7 p. in. Sunday Scool 9M. SECRET J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. All "51 Ohio Counts' Politics in Kentucky. Mr. Thomas M. Gllmore, President of the Model License League, In ,an pUCHSMIi SOCIETIES. v tion. PENSION Hartford Lodfee No. ffT5, V. & A. M.. SPECIALTY. meets first and third Monday, night In each month. Owen Hunter. TV M.. L. Matters Given Prompt AttenAFFIDAVITS A. REACH. I&G.BARRASS. MMttttl I -- ' Manager. tttttf '" ' the coranwuorty, who did not put up with nonsonco about maidenly coyness. Nowadays It Is Generally arranged ON APPROVAL before hand to caU together only thos couples who havo ibeen counting, fllho systom has worked with good results for centuries and will probably last Ancient Wedding Custom Still same white lyiot, until tho forming ibecorae crowded with factories Exists in One Part anid towns. of Globe. MANY MARRY dls-tnio- ts trfde-cnooan- In next he U suwvOBod Xo marry Aho lettered to her. put this nilo Is not ?JgWly enforced naw, though foraner- v fly vmwM of candidates were ta- of JlrtkB flHtplwuard by tlw head hum . In Germany. On the day of the fair the young OTen and women, who htwo ,'beon oiotl- Ued atnrulsl n groups on, adjaoentihll- Jooks, their names ibolns Inscribed on the .a roll In that possession of air officials, who alt arouml a table of bettawm tho groups. The ogts tho young men are Btatod on tho roll, Irot not those of tlw girls, tare on ! exclianse. Jhiads aro then oalod foaiward by name in ondVsr of their ago, tho oldest coming XrUvt, and one of tho girls U coled to moat him; If naltihar objects tlus xung woman Is presented wkh a wedding ring and the couplo , aro declared duly wedded for a year .on approvals i At tho end of tho year they way separate and each Is tfnoo to marry again; or if they ore not quite nure whether tiiy will ho happy, they can arrange to etparat for o day or two before uhe ivext fair and thou ibo wadded again for another jvar. If a ecmple remalu together ovor the year the marnlagi becomes binding for life, ior if any family da cboru tho union Is valid for life ' also "' maiden refuses tho firatnian St An ancient custom of holding a nnd May fair for selecting bridea on trial still exists in koto vllllaeca of the E1M districts s u article in Bonfort3 Wln3 and Birit AND REPAIR WORK Cilroular, a periodical devoted, to the 11 quor trade, has the following toisay on the political Bltuatlon in Kentucky. The article is laterestlng as showing the attitude of the liquor ipeciple towards Judge O'ltoar. It was written several weeks ago, after the Repub lican convention and bafore the Demo cratic convention. Mr. Gilmoro writes , as follows: ;' this in "The political situation State Is not vwry encouraging just at present for the liquor trade. The Judge R'nmibllcans have nominated O'Rear for Governor, 17 acclamation, and have adopted a platform thatcall for the extension of the county unit bill, and that is othenwito a progressive declaration that will win votes Judge O'Rear Is a strong man-- of unu sual ability as an. organizer nnd nnd he wil ibe a hard man McCALL PATTERNS to beat. Tliat O'Rear Is in Ifavor of Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity ami reliability nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly Adjt. State-wid- e prohibition is ibayond quesevery city and town In the Unite1 States and A. S. of E. Canada, or by mail direct. More sold than tion, we think, tout ho is too ahrowd any other make. Send for free catalogue. National Officers: a poitlclan to procalm such a doc McCALL MAGAZINE President M, F. Sharp, Narrows, Ky. More subscribers than any other fashion trine at present. The plan of .the Vice President J. M. Woods. magazine .million a month. Invaluable. Lat- Horseshoeing to a Specialty. Hartford. - Ky. caim-patgni- P. Foreman Secretary. , Keystone Chapter No. U0.-- R. A. meets every third Saturday night M.. In T-- Moore High Priest; ?ShaI5,nt,J Tlnsiey, Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. 84. O. H. S., meets second and fourth Monday even- Lizzie Miller Secretary. Rough River Lodge No. 110, Knights of mcet8 every Tuesday night. .?.' s., j. iNey roster, ic. i ti' ;i;vw, or R. & s. Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M., meets every first and thh-- Thursday foreman, Record Keeper. Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M., meets every first and third Friday night in each month. Mrs. Attye Grlffln.Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Carpenters and Joiners local No. 1SS1, meets 1st Saturday night In each month. Noah Skaggs, Pres.; w. D. Luce, s. Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. F.. meets Acme second and fourth Friday night In each month. W. R. Hedrlck Noble Grand C. M. Barnett Secretary. Ohio Tribe No. 1M, Imp. Order Red Men. meets second and fourth W.iln..- day night In each month. Jamas C. Ben- neii, oacnem. a. u. rate, Chief of Records. Hartford CamD. W. O. W. No. a r?nn. sul Commander, Thomas Williams; Clerk, W. C. Wallace. Preston Morton Post No, 1, a. A. R holds regular meetings Saturday before uie iirsi oionuny in each month. Ash-for- d Mills, Commander; J. M. Rogers, v- -. Sec-Trea- OTTO C. UAUT1N S. P. VcKENKKT Martin & McKeimey Hartford, Ky. General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fails. In netyou3 prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. 1 T FOR KIDNEY.L.VERAND STOMACH TROUBLE k is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. Antl-Qalo- y KMR. Pain Pill. To Head-Of- f a Headache Nothing U Better than Anti-Pai- n Dr. Miles' Bad Pill They Give Relief without After-Effec- Secretary-TreasurS. D. Kump, InlLoague, .which est stylet, patterns, dressnaklag, millinery, dictate dianapolis, Ind. plain sewing, fancy needlework, hairdresslng, O'Reur's nomination, Is to extend the State Officers: etiquette, good stories, etc. Only 60- cents a H. M. Froman, Carroll 'county, Pres. year (worth double), Including a tree nattsrn. county unit 'bill eo as to outlaw the T, T. Barrett, Henderson county Vice Subscribe today, or send lor sample copy. President. liquor .business If .possible. In such WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS s. S. B. Robertson, McLean county, to Agents, Postal brings premium catalogae elides as Owensboro, Henderson, ' and new cash priafe offers. Address O. P. Roemer, Warren county, State Ilapklnsvlllo, Paris, Frank TOE McCAlL CO, 233 to HS W. 37Ui St. NEW YORK Ortranizer. C. C. Allen, Henry county, and Lat.J fort, Winchester, Lexington, and tho tie Graves, Allen county, Assistant state like, and If this be accomplished, then organizers. uoard of Directors, lien Watson, warcarry the public sentiment to a county: C. Barnett, 'Ohio 1 ren A. II. Brooks,M.Bracken county; counHAVE YOUR SUITS pitch of exclUtment that will demand ty; It. K. 1. Ray, Hardin county, and J. F. Doss, prohibition. On the Demo Muhlenberg county, v Ohio County Officers: cratic side there Is as yet much unK. L. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Dam.Ky. certainty, as no platform has been Henry PIrtle, Sec Hartford, Ky. D. Ford, Treas., Hurtford, Ky. Mfi- adopted so far, and COUNTY BOARD OP EDUCATION. Cruary is ullent on all matters DveHenry Leach. Chairman. Hartford.Ky. to tho liquor .traffic. It may L L. U. Tlchenor, Hartford, R. F. D. bo that the Democrats will opinaoany No. 6. 2. 13. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. altfough extension of county uat, 3. M, B. Patterson, Olaton. Ky. 4. B. L. Alford, White Run, Ky. many members of the party declare 5. Richard Pluiner. Taylor Mlnes.Ky. 6. J, L. Brown, Itockport. Ky. that such a course would be suicidal. er Sec.-Treah, SEEDS' BUCUtrS SBEM SUCCBBB I ' r ' U the flntat UMiMrrf-ri- ' uuAjLAnaeE. miu Mu CaUeetXaM I lWf vwinoiiiiwta to-da- y; SPECIAL OFFER: AttUlvtU kmOl X U tou our Donmuwut cua&uuip(. suuk,iTTamtieii.t-- l i.w,iiklndaiT. I Tanlp. f aplandM I o.ii., t beat TUl. a. ! RhIiw 1 Cleaned i Pressed Write i Mentha this Pmw. tlv UU TftlaaVU Wg YaneiUa in pertaining "For four years I was subject to almost constant headache. At a times so severe I was unfitted for work. Through the advice of a friend I was persuaded to try Pills and Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n the result has been that I have entirely eradicated my system of those continuous headaches that followed a hard and continuous mental strain." O. L. Russell. Act C. & N. W. Ky, Ewly. la. For Sals by All Druggists. 25 Doses, 25 Cents. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Certainly the trade should urge the Democrats to take this course and lot this qiKw'Jou come to the front and he settled for good and nil, To extend tho coun'ty uu't In Kentucky would he almost oquivmt toSUitel' Wide prohibition as far as the wlp of liquors Is concemicd, and it would be a stopping stone to prohibition; so it sema to us that the sooner the real fight Is made the btta.' for thii trade. Two things aro Inev'tabto If county unit Is extended, one boin;j the weakening of tlie trade In Kentucky tfto other the cavatha of a.raoio d Ranairinn and inn neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressina BlUb, Y. M. C. . to mr petUf n4 pcktDf m4 LoUCH0a Of M PMUUI, vWbWMAAArtAA SEND 10 CENTS rgmnaaj 'IPosrms- PtlNTIFUL WpJMr mj i iMtrRCMfti jseuunii aiia run nu., J.W. fcettM "HMSftVLi aJVAR rf-- N oSfiMrtO, Tvc---r iSTT .i tN' . A 'ftli- - fiir ssjoeufv sere WfAX ?JCtTGtlsAJ A) " A. W,I)0., rsidff(JeszeJJ ciM0tlt$, "'"'fg ' HARTFORD, KY. s" .' TV &,'. tSarM t& rjt4iiliiinal Kii 'J H Ul . tiJjfM.';m- - JJ &&jm'wsr iiiHHiiii For Sale tu IM ILL COUNTRIES. gtutnesi direct with Washington saves W.I ana ojien saepasens, ntanrf fitwtt iih) InfrinjMntnt Prattles Exoluilvelv. If rtt or eom. to at at Tl( aiMh Mm, Mar WalWt BUtM fatal COM, I WASHIHQTOH. P. C. WWTTllhM. judge nun themselves Democrats, or another SPEECH ing calling themselves Republicans, tx set or selection, wnetner a box oi men earr- Real Estate! Acres of tho finest Rough river bottom land located three miles west of Hartford, About 20 acres in cultivation. Good dwelling and out build-lng- s. A bargain for $1,250. BO (Continued from pago 3.) tho people's Lcglslnturo? In this trior fc tit'j ,. 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE We have 4G0 aicrs of fine bottom land from one and a, half to two miles of Hartford, port of it with timber. Also about 75 acres of upland belonging to th eama tract. Terms easy. A now one and one-hastar frame building with flvo rooms and large rocptloon hall, built out of tho best sotectcd material. Situated on Clay and Fredrica streets, Hartford, Ky. Lot 60x205 feot. Fine well of soft water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. lf 1 23330 quloklr ascertain nur opinion free whether an Invention ! probablr pntenlnhtn. Commtinlc. Horn atrlctif conDdentUI. HANDBOOK on ieciirinirpaienia. lemirn. uiuou .gencr lorilunn & Co. rocelTS Patent taken throsib spnifcil notice, without charge, la the ; Anton Medina- - a ikelrh and dMorlctton nn Desions Copvntatrra An. Traoc Marks Scientific flmcrtcati Branch Offlce, 636 Atiendeornelrllhiatrated weeklr. cmauon or any tcieniiDO journal. Terroa, f i a roar! foar months, fL Sola brail neirideolern. Il r BU Washington, D. U. Subscribe for The Republican $1.00 per year. ' Good nine room two story dwelling In Centertown, Ky., bas good cistern, good cellar, never falling well of water, good stable and other out buildings, one acre lot of ground. A uplendld location for family residence and hotel, price and terms reasonable. Apply to DARNETT-FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Ky. POSITIONS GDARANTEED you a position lr you us real soon. We need many more to at once As supplyas we the enormous demand soon for our graduates. sot tho required number of students tbts offer will bo withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. WE will GUARANTEE a CO. MRkfP TV. raraoiPAi. scnwABiz BUSINESS COLiLiEGE IHCOUrOBlTCD ESTAnwanicr ibo MpTSVIEilVK, KY. Mr naBteaVxt WANTEDrA RIDER AGENT anddlatrlct t ride and Irnd IHCACHT0W1 X YOU WILL BE ASTONISHED SUS ouur 4.e,!2E5H loot prices we can male you this year. We sell the highest grade bicycles for less mom We are atiinri with St jn nrnfit almv. fartnrv en than anV Other factorv. HIOVOLG DKALKILI. vmi ran kiII nur hlrvrl und.p vntir dm nsmm nlxtA received. im uuuuic our prices. Orders tilled the dav do We SECOND HANI) UICYOLKS. not regularly handle second hand bicycles, bt 'usually have a number on hand taken In trade by our Chicago retail stores. Ihese we clear 01 or BUI. Descriptive bargain lists mailed free. promptly at prices ranging trom 3 to equipment of all kinds at ha tie usual retail trices. wVM I exhibit cuinpic Ablest juoaei -- lutucnr Dicyeie lurmsncd Dy us. Our agents everywhere at makintr rnoneyfast. far1 full 4iirtintlt nttl tArr.tl ttfFn tit mr ,w NO MONEY KEQUlKIUl until you receive and approve o( your bicycle. Wiihl 0..lnyt!Se anywhere in the U. S without a cent deposit In advance, trepay freitht, an allow TKN HAYS' FltKKTlUAI. duiinsr which time you mayride the bicycle an you are men not perfectly uttsned or do not null t wjn- "' bicycle J?" keep the iv vl ship it back to us at our expense and you mill not In out are cent. FAftTflRV PDIHPCj We furnish the highest grade bicycles it is possible to male l one ,ma" proht bove actual factory cost. You save ft , !iii to SiJ middlemen s profits by buying direct of us and have the manufacturer's guai antee behind your bicycle. DO .NOf J1UY a bicycle or a pair of tires from anyon at any true until you receive our catalojues and learn our unheard of actor fntxs and remarkable special offers to rider agents. " MmI wC' Witav ih 'A E.W The rerular retail trice of these tires is ixjo ter tmir. But to introauce we will seUyouasamptcpatrlorffAUwasnwunoraerfiM), JiO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES 8 SO HEDGETHORN SELF-HEALINS PUHCTHRE-PROO- F TIRE A SAMPLE PAIR TO INTRODUCE, ONLY- NAILS, Tacks or Gins will not lot tho nlr out. Sixty thousand pairs sold last year. Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use. I Miteiilrlinas ecnati?iv-iir9vjKKKSSBa(Rl- 4 SJ 7 iBSBatKBSKSHlfcaSeJuaBBBaliSliVaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiVssvi Bad easy ndlnc.verydurnbleatidlinedlnsldewifh a special quality of. rubber, which never becomes a now. .. punnura rvrninnft wnicn cinsrs no small AiAa t wimout cq ,la - a aB rcn ,k- - i- ,- ,m- -, : .1 a.. ,,, m. k... llliuuniwvi l.lt... f rrxnm ,tm.o.v.s.JineillCHiriUC3v4UJ. A" and punoture strips "II uedcustomers stating that their tires haveonlybeen pumped also rim strip "II and "U," np on e or twice In a whole season. They weigh no more than to prevent rim cutting. Th an ordinary tire, the juncture resistinsqualitie being given tiro will outlast any otlu rnnkeSOH-T- . 1M.ASTIO au tread. The regular price of tliese tires is J.$o per pair.bu t for aitvertlalnirrjurrjoseHwcarcmaklnrTaspecialfactorynriceto All orders shipped same day letter is received. We ship C O. D. O the rider of only $.8o per pair. approval. You do not pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as representee We will allow a cash discount of 5 per cent (thereby making the price M4.SS per pair) if yo end FUMj GAHII WITH OllDKll and enclose this advertisement. You run no risk 1 sending us an order as the tires may be returned at OUK expense if for any reason they ar not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as In bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run faste--wea- r better, last longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price. W know that you will ut sd well pi rased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your ordc We want you to send us a trial order at eiice, hence this remarkable tire offer. don't buy any kind at any price until you send for a pair tuararva Hedgethom ruucture-Proo- f tires on approval and trial t IvKattV special introductory price quoted above: or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue whfc the describes and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half.the usual prices. DUYINCt a blcyc' NOT THINK write us man-I- P tMIMtW but pair of a postal today. IIOuntil you know OF new and wonderfi WW Ml the or a tires from anyone MMt offers we are making, It only costs a postal to learn everything. Write it NOW. OCaCRPnOWMa'iklnnliEizes.ltisllvely ItftiWSJSmiL ."t-- ,7ilSSlSSlSSlSSflBSJJJJJSJfHlJJJMSSJB 1.a lClC ...! rrlM lr TUtl nj, nUI fioiTO IftCo I j. L. MEAD KILLthc and WITH CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, CURE thb LUNGS cough I5A3bbS1 and TRADE-MARK- S promptly obulned In all countries, or no fee. We oUaln PATC NTS THAT PA adrerUso them Uiorouihir, at our expense, andlielp yeu t succesa. Send trodel phou er aketcti for FREE report on pateaUbUlty, 10 jesn practJce. OooS on Dr. King's New Discovery FOB C8ffisH8 TJrt&fe. 03.S0B Seventh Street, WASHINGTON. D. C. Tot free OoiJ. RErEFIENCCS. Wtents writ t AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQ TROUBLES. GTJABANTEED SATISFAOTOXYl ;. OS MONEY SEIu-NXJEj- waWliRca Ioaey and Keep ia Style by Reading McCall'a Magfttue and Using McCallPaltcrsj . MfcKMB'S.BULBS SUCCEED! BULB SI ' baUd Uj- Ladies! ii &ave r ESPECIAL OFFER' K ' Nsw Bastseu. tf.d. la McCalTs MYALL'S HCA2!f r'-ffiaftaiirfVr- f rwstr tBtciifeaa?,jaiai u;miia. r.af ISmwJm FeBftC eapemoby koeplug you help you dieis styl-Uli- lr at a modciatq MaissluswIU postod on tuast faHltlo 113 the) tlMlst, OTtertJtlTTutaBftte4 sss vsi n;vet MU, WUHi SfSsw( I mirtWiHRS: u. TKSstTAPLEAKK S1UA a 1 IrVrKSW' Mtu. l.rBjwr ISlMWNI vim anHwit iu zt 4tBC ... Musttaa thin tiiwMi an Pftr .lu(ia I Hi nnMiiisrr .! . m. wim . I.WHU IW..V" 1SVB !.. ki. w, meutt uu .. i. hi nUMtswHtamfN 1.1 .n. .. ii.i.w ji .i i iniini, SHIaJNU SX. ux. New l'ssliloii DcslrnJ In caclt Itsuo. Alio HjfCrmatlou vnluaLl on all homo and per Only tonal uiruion. 0 n yesr Inrludmx ) u ficu iKiiieci. bub n n a w.ss fti 4 fv brrilu tmljy nr tend JmmmVlJJmVmmnmmii, fur free cauiilQ copy, McCaH rKM will t'linblo you tn moke In your own lioi.'io. will) yui in'.uli-md- s rluiliJBCfur rouisolf dud cbllO - uhU'li Mi styio uii hi. i' i.o luriKT rnsi cent Bond for fro' I'u X.n ( Uulcuo. i We Wl Owe Vm T" Pr ntb- for sctlotiout omoug riVqt.s. l'reiulura Calntncita and h Vikhi O'er. IH( MtUU CWSrVUiT. 29 Zii V74 Z7t SL. KCW V ilollioi and huts. M In - r'iltbi"''4t professional lobbyists at Frankfort. It meddles In all sorts of legislation. It dominates tho committee on "morals and religion, as well as tho other Important committees In tho legislative bodies. It and Its allies have thwarted all manner of legislation; they use their power of blocking legislation to trade for votes on their special subjects. They are the most blatant and dangerous enemies of tho State, and yet thoy are In control of the legislation of the Stato. Constitution and Liquor Question. Vou will havo observed hat I have apparently assumed In this discussion that the constitution requires that the county shall at soma time be the controlling unit In voting out the salo of liquor by retail. It would not be fair debato to make any such assumption it it were really an open question. I do not think it Is open. However, certain learned newspaper men have taken the opposite position. They deny that such is the meaning of tho constitution. Certain lawyers contributing to their columns sustain their views by export opinions on tho subject. They nssert, and will (I tnko It) attempt to maintain that Section CI of the constitution means that the precinct must be the controlling unit, whichever way It may vote on the question. These papers have gone so far as to lmputo to me dishonesty In as sumlng the attitude I have taken in stating the meaning of the constitution. They say my declaration Ts fraudulent, and the construction false. I will not bandy epithets. They are neither evidence nor argument. Conceding to my adversaries even honesty of purposo and a desire to state the question in its truQ aspect, I must nevertheless maintain my declared construction of the constitution a construction which hns also been characterized as dogmatic. My own opinion, in view of my interest In my own candidacy, mlht be taken by the public with allowance, however good my opportunity for having formed an accurate opinion on the subject. The construction which I assert to be tho correct one is, it Is true, my opinion as a man and a lawyer. It is Bhared, I know, by many others more capable aa constitutional lawyers. Still, that would leave the question an open one for discussion, if that were nil. The opinion shall from time to time bo more fully elaborated In these debates, so that the public may have the amplest opportunity for weighing it on Its merits. But today I go no further than to say that the construction for which I contend Is the construction nlnced on the section by the Court of Appeals of Kentucky the supreme Judicial tribunal of this State that tribunal to which Is confided by the constitution and laws of the State tho final,, conclusive decision of such questions. The decision was given In a case In a number of cases, Jn fact In which the question was squarely and necessarily presented for determination, and which theCourt was bound to settle. It was settled after elaborate argument before the Court by able lawyers, who had carefully and fully studied It, and who presented every one of the arguments against the conclusion reached which our adversaries are now presenting. Tho court was composed of seven members, one of whom at least was a member of tho convention which framed the constitution. The opinion appears as the unanimous Judgment of tho court. If there Is now a dlsputo as to what that provision of the constitution means, to what source must the public look for enlightenment? To Interested partlea? To politicians having a race at stake? To newspapers seeking a political Issue, or servlnrtho objecting liquor trade? Or to that court which you have established for tho settlement for you of Just such controversies? I will not maintain that the courts aro infallible, even in their construction of laws; nor that thereafter tho public may not refuse to accept their opinions as conclusive when further legislation Is proposed. Cut I do maintain that so long as the opinion of the court stands, it is the law of tho land, and is sufficient Justification for any man's assumption that that construction of the constitution is tho correct and legal construction. It the political of the Democratic representatives party assembled to write a platform for this campaign, Inspired, by certain powerful newspapers, desire to attack the court's construction of the. constitution; if they daro appeal from tho Court 'of Appeals to party voters, putting tho question of party expediency first, that Is their privilege, to bo sure. In that event, I will feel called upon, and will undertake, to defend tho court's construction as the legal construction, as tho logical construction, and as the best policy for the Stato to adopt, oven It the constitution were silent on that point. But tho liquor Interests will not abide the decision of tho question adversely to themselves, no matter who decides It. It the legislature so declares tho law. It It is attacked as unconstitutional. tho courts sustain the legislation, the courts are denounced and the members maligned. If the executive officers undertake to enforce the laws thus enacted and construed, theso Interests defy the officers, violate the law, and seek to debauch Justice. Then they assert that the law Is impolitic because it can not be enforced. Then they attempt to appeal trom the Legislature, from the constitution, and trom tho courts, by packing political committees, manipulating conventions, and finally by corruption, by a hlrod press, by the boycott, to elect a body of magistrates who will enact and construe the laws as they demand. It Is this Interest, reckless of means and Indifferent of all save Ha own ascendancy, which has controlled the politics and legislation of Kentucky for mora than a quarter of a century, and which la now proposing to continue that domination, which is leading aa well as backing the fight agtttnet ottr ticket. It may not matter so much to the people. Set Kanjucky, aside, (row, .the, means Is no ground for compromise, no place for temporizing. The liquor lobby is the bellwether of the whole flock of in possession for a term of the State offices. But It is a question of tho largest concern what Interest selects and dominates those men. Tho concern Is more than ethical. It involves more than pride, and decency In politics. It Involves your tax rate; It Involves the efficiency and sufficiency of your school system; It involve tho State's power and resources to grow in material development. It Involves whether wo shall stand still as a people, or go forward in industrial progress. Our party Is not fighting tho liquor business as a business. We aro fight ing its methods in politics. Wo are proposing to put it out of politics. Wo I are proposing this because It do-- 1 baucbes politics; because it corrupts politicians; because it perverts leg la' lation; because it Is destroying popular government In this State. To be sure, this Is not the only question involved lu this campaign. A number of others, equally important, are presented by our platform of policies. They will oach be discussed In order hereafter, eacn making a theme. You will be readily able to summarize them all in one sentence, as containing one slgnlflcent, elemental principle, which is, the enlargement of the peoplo's power In their government. At tho very threshold of any policy for improving conditions In tho State Is tho prima cause for those conditions tho corruptlonlst In politics. Unless he can bo removed from his position of advantage all our other efforts will be lu vain. Otherwise, legislation of-remedial nature Is Impossible. Many important provisions of your constitution have Iain dormant for these twenty years because of his presenco and pernicious Influence. Entrenched ii. P?wSrt accustomed, to Its successful sway, backed by unlimited means, a political strategist and a public enemy, he will fight bitterly every effort to him. His uMltty. to party bosses Is so essential that they will bo his allies In (ho fight. They know full well that party platforms, public speeches of candidates, even party and personal pledges, are Impotent If they can maintain their position of vantage. Clean legislation can not flow from a polluted source. Remove the pollution from the fountains of political power, and all other reforms are possible. But not otherwlso. Whether Kentucky will undertake that kind of cleaning up Is tho question. Whether you will follow tho course of New Jersey and California ridden by political bosses and made to serve powerful monopolistic Interests or whether you will allow a continuance of thoso conditions, Is tho supremo matter. This campaign Is to unfold thnt program. Hear not alone one sldo, nor one speech. Hear all. Then decide for Kentucky's honor, and progress. . sep-nrat- o n dls-lodg- o When You Think OI the pain which many women experience with every month It makes the gentleness and kindness always associated with womanhood seem to bo almost a miracle, "While in general no woman rebels against what she regards as a natural necessity thero is no woman who would sot gladly be free from this recurring period of pain. Dr. Pierce' a Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong and alck women welt, and Uvea them freedom from pain, Jt establishes regularity, subdues In flam tnatlon, heals ulceration and cures to male weakness. free. BsssssecfJ Sick women are Invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter, All correspondence strictly orivate and sacredlv confidential. Write without fear and without fee to World's Dispensary Medi jcal Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. If you want a book that tells all about woman's diseases, and hovr to cure them at home, send 21 one-cestamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of mailing: only, and he will send you a free copy of his great thousand-pag- e illustrated Common Sense Medical Adviser revised, edition, in paper Cover, In handsome 31 stamps. , nt cloth-bindin- g, . A single motion is quicker to make SPEED key-for-every-character than two. Only one motion is needed to make any character desired on the complete, straight-lin- e, keyboard of the easy action light running. M odel 10 i! Si ii i til Wrile (or information o ii c i ill o i The Smith Premier' Typewriter Company, Inc; Chliaron Cry ST. LOUIS, M0. CASTO Rl A YYYYYVYKYYYW Y YYYYYYYYYYYX FOR FLETCHER'S CCMH Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Vnilfe TO DIVLf MATHENEY & BATTS Vanderbilt Training School roR BOYS ELKTON, KY. A limited select school lor boys. Faculty Our patronage has of college-traine- d 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. H H H H Extremely healthful location. $i,000.00 recently spent on improvements. NO SALOONS IN THE TOWN OR COUNTY. Moral surroundings excellent. UNEXCELLED AS A SCHOOL EOR YOUNG BOYS. Nineteenth Year Begins September (j, 1911 Write for catalogue. Address all communications to DesU ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft H A "B' MATHENEY BATTS, hXhXXXX'9LXMmMi9iXX ft ft ft ft ft x BASEBALL MEWS, i y thte vWHer reetly xhUlm frleada and ratatlv. of Mra. 8. F. MoKlanay, Mr, Bpaat last wjek with Audoirbum, frfed and rrfath-e-s In H, vtelal- ty. Messrs. D. J. and B. D. Ffonch Owensboro made a busln3rtlp tu aa i Tlvuraday. ' -- they are 0lc to put WD tho efcrongoat fight possible. Central City will havoUho of tho season, and afrungost line-u- p will make tho fast going Ceclliaa JrtiDtlo to add another scalp to their string of victories. Central City lias soairod tho services of Pibdher Rua-3-oof Iladitcah, who to boeii pitch- ins fine ball, and with a f Jw more changes this ought to bo one of the vwjr boat gamos aooa at Athletic Park thia year. Omtral City lias play.jd JG samos aud won U of thorn. Tho teny. Cans who want to boo a good game of Farm for Sale. ball cannot afford to ml33 thlo ganw. 101 Acres of farm alnd, one-ha- lt will bo called promptly at Tie same mile of Duudae, Ky. Dwelling, barn 2:45. and out bulldlng3. Good water. Nice llastiball News. level land. Tinms reasonable. Apply The Beaver Dam loam with thto as to C. F. HAlRrTFORD, sistance of tho McHcnry battery again 0t4 Allensvllle, Ky. duloatod th3 localu at the Hartford parte Saturday In a lcosely (played game Pay Your Taxes. la fact It was the poorest exhibition Itapnosoniatlves of tin Ohio County "Hartford ihaa (put up,thlsseason. Bea- Sheriff's OBflca will bo at tho 'followver Kara iplayl a very nice gamoall ing places for ho time indicated for, got the purpose of issuing Tax Receipts tho way through. The locals next to Reynolds In the first for torn1 ard you will saive coming to the runs but after that thoy were unable county scat or avail the neaiS3ityof Bannett a visit to your home by arranging to jmt but one run over. who pitched for Hartford was not ivory to settle in this manner: etfootive until Walcoland went (behind DEPUTY SHERIFF S. 0. KEOWN, the iat In Audnsonn'a plico, then Will be ati bo settled dawn. Score 15 to 5. Wednesday, September 6, Shrove, forenoon, C, Trlsler, Wednesday, September f afternoon. Thursday, Septomber7, forenoon, 7, iHerbetit, Thursday, September afternoon. s, iDeaufield, Friday, September forenoon. 8, Aetnavllle, Friday, September aftornooa. .Arj? Fordavllle, Saturday, September !), G&rrtsra- - siaveyy io all day. youz 11, Rockport, Monday, September fAv 'S all day. 12, Coralvo, Tuesday, September forenoon. Smalilhcus, Tuosdaj, Seiitomber 12 1910, -n, It .League or LiuWvir.e in m-xa- !o St3IIip3 09 pltcer,.Jifv3Jo v.X'n tho dhom- City In the i!or.ehlp Ku AT CBNTTRAL CHIY. o Sunday August 27, 1911, Oa base ball towm will mxb the Ceslfal City team at AthloUfc Park la Central Cilty. The Ccclllan team to ono of the strongest ball clubs, wtfaldo of proTJioy fessional ball, In tho State. have boon playing daisy ball all tills actuson, and halve played some nineteen comes ,aol lost oaly cno. KVilh GAME Ce-elll- Taylor, of Henderson, Is itr. J. spending a tow djyij with relatives In this .vicinity, Mr. Walter Tuead.'ll, 1 Sunnydale, visited Mr. and Mrs. John (Slurp up- ootttly. a Quito a largo crowd of thla place attended tho W. O. W. barbecue At , Su?ar Orov;o Friday, iJIr. George Dodson, of Audrburn; is spending a few dajJ with ivlat."ivs In this vicinity. (Mrs. Sallla M. MaiCin, of this place, at . :r daughter, d'.cd at tho Mrs. II. na'iph at Oam Tr.ro, Atfiust 10th in th s six y second year cf lw age, of bouvjl consumption. (Funeral services as contacted at Bells Hun church on tin 11th, by Itev. Norvls Iilshbroc'.cs, afinr airvlcea lur iremalns Run was laid to rest In Uio Dells cemetery the 15 Inst. .Jlrs. Jane Ml'chdll of old ase, and complication of diseases. Her remains was laid to rest ' on the 16th. in the Barn.otfs ceme rn H B I JUDGE ' a fl B npnnn H H H b B B. dll ... Llli Ui U 1 ILrll I i Republicacn. X Nomitvee for 1- -2 Governor of Kentucky Will Address the Citizens of OHio County at the x COURT HOUSE HARTFORD; KY., s-A- &.$' -- "" 1 .W-.- t22Jaz tmsmai .. ' iforencon. Matanzais, all day. all day. Wednesday, September 13, 14 15. 19, 'LS4I Oen'jertawn, Thursday, September Deavur Dam, Friday, September Tuesday, September "J1EG" WAS WAITING FOR IT. Tbo same tiea.in will jilay on Beaver Dam grounds Supt. 2. locals will try uud go over with regular lineup. Sulphur ier JDam all day. lta&ierl a Biruebt and And.'iison and Rrecitis, V&leland. aftwrnoon. the The thilr Srtngs defeated Heav on tlu Hartford group Satnrday 3 to 2 in a five inniug corniest. It was a eood same all the way through. The feature of the ganio vma a catch made by the Sulphur Springs third baseman. Oa .Monday, Aug. 21, tho Hartford third baseball team playrtl (Uio Ueavr Dam "Ktndisarton, team on the BeavMT Dam grounds. 24 to 3 In favor of Tho Uxroughout the nine fiesalonB. The oaa save him "alr-tlghsupport. The Hartford pitcher falli'd to oamo up to tlielr (isual standard Monday with Uie result Uiat tho IClndcrigar-lec- s aKmnded them alj over JJie lot. TImj Kindergartens would like another same with tho third taatoi Saturday lSier on the antford or Jlitvver Pain grounds. FAN. t- tho "Kindersar- taas." Anient was the Kindrgaiiten pitcher and he twirled excoUiunt ball Cromwell, Tuesday, Septeirfber 19, forenoau. 20, Wysax, Wednesday," September all day. Sulphur Springs, Friday, Septom-bo- r 22, all day. Mcllenjiy, Saturday, September 23, all day. JONES, DEPUTY SHERIFF G. P. Will be ahy Taffy, Sepbomber 11, a. m. Adaburg, Septmber ill, p. m. Magan, Soptomber 12. Ralph, Septomer 13. Bell Run, September 14. tHeflin, September 15. Pleasant Ridge, Soptomber 16. Buford, September J.8. T. iH. BLACK, S. O. C. MONDAY SEPT. 4 , , Everybody cordially invited to come out and hear this fearless Champion of the people, in an eloquent, hightoned discussion 'of the issues of the pre- sent campaign, devoid of abuse and vituperation. Hogs for Sale. Ten head of bred gilts. Four of them are thoroughbred Duroc Jersey, six are Duroc Jersey and Poland ChiMost of these gilts Avlll na mix-id- . fare early In September. Also two thoroughbred Bunco Jersey Boars. Ste Dr. J. O. MoKenney or Richard Otl Baker, Taylor Mluea, Ky. ? Ladies Especially Invited 5 ufv r wi)BWiwwwniuiniM)iw.'ii i imiuwnnmiiy''V11 w1"" Jf1" Notice. : R. B. MARTIN, Chapman, J. NEY POSTER, Secretary. Republican Executive Committee of Ohio County Rjufus William, wife and child, hire. Bill Wiggins, Mrs. Lou Boaarth aad family, A. G. Evaca, Roy Owens, wife and two chlldtren, RoelUe ther-0N- B PRE3BNT. iMrs. Battle Canaan and daughter, Pearl Kendall, of JJeavor Dam. Guy Rcm-ao- : and wife, Ida Marvin, Ellen Turner. Pearl Turner, Carlisle Turner, Clem Hoover and daughter, Hot-ti- e, Laura Porker ami two children Leas Portia-- , Tom Hoover aud wife, Heury Ralph, wife and child, Mrs. Manguarette Alien Johnson and' wlfe.and three children, Sam Ash-b- y Re-gener In ' 'I! ji 'uk' enjoyed the dinnner. (Uwoa of Quaaaberlaln'ts Stomach ami aumber of re- It was certainly appreciated ,by Mr. Liver Tablets ge.vo me eurjfrWlnig EAST YIEW. ' jfiSt' 22. Mr. aud Mra. ISaraoy lief aud the Eueoad boMl aetsued to ami Mra. Ralph. Be&ldea tho many Those being protsent wre: to Waco, Toxaa, Jtonday to giro mo a nuw toiaah awl ponfeot-l- y friend. wo Mr. Foster Ralph, wlfo and good health," For eale by all drug' Ha&e &Ar future, home. Mrs- children, of Plaaaat Ridge, Bit , . rWr. J. T. Tuykr,IIottd9iWHiwaii In gUtS. ' All persons having claims against "flames Wanted at Once. opiate ctt the late Dr. G. F.Chatp-ma- n Mtiy a ehoiit time until the It will be ana hereby .uotlfkd to present bw life IiHtuiitrtol Qdltlon will ibo Is- them properly proven to nioin A Glad Surprise. dealroiua of girvilng sued, and v3 aro oa or before September A surprise birthday dlane was "giv(Mb odlUou hi big circulation as 4, 1911, or thy 'Will be .barred. AAeo feeslfcle, uil fii ovoryone to give Raliph,flvo estate en at the home of James us Bsoues of r4tativies or Irlonnls'that all pumus iudebtod to szl miles South East of Llvermore on required ito make payment X&TBMfly livod in OQido oounty, so we will be August 11, lu honor of his iwMe, Oma, early date to eav-- cost. eeod tiuei & copy of Tho '.fmay A. F. CHAl'MAN, Adm'r. 6t2 It being her thirty fifth bartbday. Wo Big lodua&rUl JSdiUon. 1She was gladly surpriEcd.about m uwmy luunea as 'vast Just Soomod to Glvo Him a Now when 82 relatives and friends Stomach. ami a&U our oaalBtu ace. AVhen Buffered latently after eating gathered In with baskets of fine grub onu you would like "I ymt thjnJc of some 11 prepared for the dinner, and tefeave receive a cojy of the inpor and mo medicine or treatment I tried o'clock the table was set In a at grove any good," iwrltoa H. ooun-&seemed to do mmk ihvif fonumly Hvcd in Ohio decorated jk km luuvxi 'Oio name, aud Judt as M. Voungpotera, Editor of The Bud, near the house fine grub. with pretWhere the fow ty flowers Diul nst 4tX IJalw View, Ohio. "Tiie oa you oau AMnJc- of. at-aftepub-Ukaa- 'a . ter, the proparatlooB. Klyls Cream Bakn, the well known family, remedy for cold in the head, bay and nam! For SaieT" oad-tilb- la niue-tlilr- ty . - - 88 Hln-tem- B,ver Daw, two Good nacridesee i aoties of 0rDuad, ood out bulldlnga, eto. Well tooaWL LARKIN WILLIAMS, aud wife, EfMe KaUw, Mm Stog-uBeaver Dahi, Ky. and wife, Vasoo Athertoa, wife at4 t and children, Veora Athwton, A. M. fTbe U. S. In dta "Pure Hudson, Jlazel lludaon, Awellco Ath- Food Law" does sot "IndontM" ' or ertoa and two children. Roy Dodaon, "guaraatoe" amy pripaeatlofl, a nam Alec Hoover, Dewavd Hoover, Psuil BMnufaotucefl In Ibelr advwtteesnwt Hoovr, FtautlU Aouby, BfMe Turaer would make It appear. In tbe um of aad on, .MnijD'Brl a?d s, HMdUliMS the, Uw jvQvliUvtkat O'Bnlea, Jo Hwpy aad (wK, gliall ibe Mtkmd oa Vwthoh H41v BtU Sor the labto, if Uwy an Lee knfrMuatn of GovM-omeoBu-iw- se catarrh, doesn't oontala, Injurious drug, bo the makers have simp ly to ptilcit the feot tliat It copllea fylly with all the requirements of tie la,w, Of Importance to You! Remember that Today, and Monday, are positively the last days tnat pkotoeraplis can to taken for use liourjiir Industrial EdiTo-moiro- w. u Kl, !) tion. at once. Don't delay loncer: Set the pkototrapNer i nil mwmKixz&e frtatmuH