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INSTIUTE NOW SESSION HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER No.r DR. ALEXANDER one. Motion made and carried to the wW offoct tliat the Institute would adjourn at 2:16 to attend as a body the funeral of Dr. Alexandor. IN iMr. E. Y. Allen reported that the committee had ixldcd that tho hall-gaiwould ibe played Thursday at 4 o'clock. ,b TTOrlflMrnrMlBiBBBBMlirv Being Conducted by Dr. The only address cf the afternoon was by Dr Mutchler Who discussed Fred Mutchler. In liis usual Interesting manner how soil may ho doploied by wasting away, Nearly One Hundred and Fifty bleachlnig.taklng away everything and putting back nothing, system of sins' to Teachers Fresent-G- o cropping and careless husbandry. Supt. Leach made some few and Hammoth Cave in October fitting remarks concerning tho life r and death of Dr. Alexander. Tho Ohio County Teachers' InstpJ Tho Institute was than adjourned f, ujaj uiui. at luiui nun, uuuuuuy, jiu- - until Wednesday morning. IwiBt 28, 1911, jwith. Superintendent Wednesday. of County Schools, Mr. Henry Leach, J The Institute was calhd to order as Chairman. On account of the In by Supt. Leach at tho usual time clemonoy of tho weather tho Insfatluio Wednesday morning. D iwrtaonnl exIn ercises .were conducted by Mr. W. R. AH not convene until 1 o'clock Tho devotional exer- Hedrlck. Roll callod shqwed ft the afternoon. cises were conducted by Rev. J. V. of 110 members at Jfliat time. was Brunor. The volcanic address Supt. Leach made an announcement Hiido by Hon. C. M. Crawa iwho gave regarding a trip' planned for the tlio teachers a very hearty groTting teachers and trustees cf the county. and a fitting reply was iniaido hy Mr. They are to visit the schools of Lou- Ozna Shultz. Miss Anna Eliza Kcown i6Vju0f Mammoth Cave, schools of .Alter a Bowling Green and the State iNonmal. elected as (Secretary. few minutes .recess during which tho Judge Wilson discussed the plan3 of teachers 'wore enrolled, Superizeend- - th proposed tr&p Jn dJtall.statVng tlie ent Leach maido a few announcements expense and time required In taking -school the trip. aoncoTnlng boarding places, H. H. ChVrry, pnasldmt journals, etc. of State Normal, gave hl3 hearty apJUDGE ED. C. O'REAR Dr. Mutohlar, from Bowling Gneon, proval and will assist them In any Republican Nominee ifor Governor of Kentucky jwho will srrak at the Court State Normal, who has ibcen mploy-o- d way possible. Motion made and carHouse in Hartford, Monday.. Sdpwtimber 4th, at 1:30 P. SI. , oa instructor, gave an Introduc- ried that tho plan be accepted. tory address In which ha planned his HBCU2SS. work for the weak. Ha will not talk - CENTERT0WN. CENTRAL GROVE. Dr. Mutchler continued his lecture on the various subjects assigned, but on (two soil ana its needs. 'He told Aug. 30. Mr. D. M. Park, of this Aug. 30. Mr. T. S. Marks whoiwas will devote hla entire tliua exclusively the composition and ral value of place, vlslt:d Ws sister, Mrs. Dr. O. award Jd the contract Cor bnick, Iron f e the discussion of agriculture. His commercial fertilizer, and how the! L, Evarly, iho is qulto 111 at her and tone .wank for the nVi grad-- d text, "Thrift is a most fundamental physical condition of the soil may home In Rockport, Saturdayand Sun- school 'building will arrirve tonday to has sometimes bo destroyed on account day. factor dn human progress and his part of the contract. csimmenc "" ' ever ibeen," la impressed very deep- of It. iMr. and Mrs.' L. J. Igleheart visited Our people are proud of the fact there. ly on our minds. He tells us there We were .wiry fortunate indeed to Mrs. Igleheant's sls'er, Mrs. Will will soon he standing In our midst a ettb'only three things to be taught have President H. H. Cherry address Williams, all that n?ar Beaver Dam, r.tently. monument that repres-mtIn Agriculture: Good soil, (good seed, us. In his enthusiastic way, which i Mlssjs Myrtle Park and Ruth Tlch-ec- Is gocd In the ibettcr elucatlon, and and good practice. Upon these his Is characteristic of him, ha told us havo returnad from Pleasant wh'ca is in kneping "with the pragres-slveso'iliscusslons will be .based. of th limes. tha educated man" is the 'ftnan'whb Ridge, .whsre they Bpant two weks Just before adjourning, Stfpenintsnd-en-t wins In .battle. The day has corns! the guests of Mlsses Gau Tlchoiior .Mr. F. M. All-e- has Just completed Leach announced (memorial servi- in Kentucky when Kentucky is hon- and Cora Welsh. Thuy were accom a deal whereby The Fanner's Bank at or bound to employ qualified teach-- 1 panied ces to ibe held Tuesday evening home iby Messrs. Johnson an b conHs the purchaer of $4,200 worth Court Hall in respect ctf the troch-er- s ers, who have the ability to lead tho Wolsli. of of property bJcniging to 'Mr. Allen. Ridge. last Commomwealth in higher and nobler who havo died within tha CMr. L e Ma-ohas purchased from Mr. Mrs. Dr. J. S. Fltzliugh and .year. They are: Dr. Woyland Alexan life. aiory Elijah Cooper, of Island, visited their The Farmer's Bank a thixje educators der, one of the foremost NOON. parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Q. Cooper, business house in the Cliapman ihlock J. At one o'clock the Institute was of South Western Kentucky, Mr. which Is owned by The Fanmor's Banlc last week. "W. Petti', John Bannard ami Clayton called to order by Chalnman Leach. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Faught and Mr. .Mason Is doing considerable paint-In- ?, JRhoods. pa'P?a,ine: and repairing in his Tho usual eons service was rendered son.Master Fcrnrst.ot Williams Mines, TUESDAY'S SESSION. s'.or and when completed will prosett by an addnees by Judge J. visited Mrs. Faught's followed mother, Mrs. day S. Institute met for dt3 sxoud Glenn on "State Board of Educa--tion- ." Amant'a vRowe, cf this place, Satur-- J a v ry attoactlve sight. beaslon at 8:30 Tuesday morning. DeSir. L. C. Taylor, Mr. Waliteir Knott He told of what the Board is day night and Sunday. j votional exercises jwena conducted by composed, its duties and Phosant iMrs. George Brunton and UUlodaughj ard others of tha Point Few announco-jnanit- s It is doing. .Tho Instructor new took' tor, Bev. Virgil Elgin. organized thomslvts Ada 'Marjorie, of Williams Mints, county harna wore made by Superintendent. 'up the second topic of his outline spent Saturday and Sunday at Mr. in.) a stock ccmipany and will build .Leach after which Monday's minutes which is "Good Seed" Ho said that D. M. Park's. near tin rail an noad wiere read and approved. Mr. H. C it Is as Important to have good seed ' iMr. and rs. L. B. Loney, of this flour mill. They v.ll piolvubly add Prawder gave us same practical ideas as good soil. Great stress was next laid place, visited Mr. Wan. J. Mointyre,wh an ice plant to same for thj of upon on "Tho Pihysical Qualifications the the. Importance of selecting aeed. Is III at his hama n;ar Ceralvo, re- sumnw. The business men of TVocher." "The Legal Qualifications town donaitd to Mtssrs. Taylor & Co., RECESS. cently. of the Teacher" were given 'by Mr. The first number aftor recess was iMrs. Arhtur Faught, of this place, tha site upon which to liulld their S. P. MoKtoney. plant. It Is with a K'uni delight "Sources of Good Order" Iby W. F. j is sick. Next was an address oa "The Pro- Anderson. Miss Mae Rogers read a Mrs. P. M. Brown and daughterIUs tliat W3 no'e the enoounaganient that fessional and Culturd Qualifications paper on "Character and Gaodlll as I Mary, of Elmwocd, are visiting Mr. tho business element of our town ' Jbf the Teacher," 'by W. C. Shultz in a means to Good Order". She said and Mrs. W. I. Igleheart, Of this always gives to any enterprise that ,whtch he says that professional train- that a teacher should have com a their way.. We see nothing sound place. ing should he required tit teachers. ideas and morals. Miss Alta Ma to but succea ahead for Messrs. Taylo Miss Sadlo Hocker has gone The teacher who knows his Iwark de- Likens gave us some good polntB on Rockport, Ind., twhere sho will again & Co.,ln their venture It Is Just what mands and commands the respect of "Writing and How to Teach It" Mrs. be engaged in millinery. Is netxhd here and no doubt that lu Uite pupils. of J. H. Loyd outlined (the course Misses Madia and Georgia Goff, of the near f uturta will ba showing handfew study Airs. Mary White gave us a in an Interestdng manner. this plaoo, visited Miss Kate Mat- some dividends on Mielr Investment. minutes talk on "Obtaining the PoTho Fainmer'8 Bank iwhkih lias now The Institute was then adjourned thews, of near Ceralvo, Saturday and sition, and the Reconnaissance." bo'31 transacting business only about until Thursday anarnlmg at 8:30. Sunday. fTho Instructor mado a fern remarks THURSDAY. The social given by Mr. and Mrs. two months is making a creditable concerning the importance and lvalThe Institute nut for Its fourth ses- Evoneitt Tiiohenor Saturday night, was showing. This Bank is backed, .by ue of knowledge befone resuming bis sion Thursday tho representative mcai of this secmorning. Devotional an enjoyablo affair. subject of agriculture. We are shown exorcises were conducotd by Dr. mutchtion whoso aggregate worth amounts that soil is the mosf fundamental of ler. Supt. Leach appointed Library to more than ten tlmsls the capital Pay Your Taxes. resources and the committee composed of Mr. H. 'K. places shock cf the Institution. Tho confiall our natural I will .be at tho following careful study ct soil should ibe taught Brown, .Mrs, J. JI. Loyd and Mr. W. named bolqw to collect your Taxes. dence of tho people In tha Institution to every rural school so that It may R. Carson. I 5, a. m. Is shown by the steady Increase In (Narrows, p. the d posits and general use made of be arosorved. Davidson Station, Saptomber Z, iMr. W. C. Shultz acted as chairman RECESS. the Hank. until recess as Supt. Leach had some m. (After a tew announcements Mr. C. Important business to Olaton, Setember Cam. Messrs. Bean & Addlngton shipped attend. B. Shown gave a good talk on "Relaa car load of stock from here on last Dan Station, September 6, p. m. Mr. W. R. Hudrlck ably discussed tion of the Public School to Govern- "Proper Assignment of tho Lesson." Saturday. They have shipped quite a 'Horse JJranch, Seirtennber 7, a. m. ment .by the People," (followed iby an IWhlite Run, Sjptomber 7, ip; xa. numbar of cam lately. (The next number ibeing omitted, the Interesting and helpful discussion of InKirtti.Atnr n,r1tdiYtfaavl 119 nn tu Moasrs. I. A. Vincent and E. W. Select, Septeimber 8, a. m. mih Par-eni- s, "Relation of the School to-tiBalzetawn, Septeniiber, 8, p, m. , to ship on the Rawe have ready J act of "Corn," He said the points and how to secure cars quite a lot of logs and ties. to .be considered in a good head at Arnold, tSeiKteimoer 11, a. m. M l helpful to iboth parties" Iby Mrs. 8. O. com are: Shape of ear, length Sugar Grove, September 11, p. m. of Kdqwo. ,, Farm for Sale. Hlorton, Septeimbar 12, a. m. the ear, circumference, tips of tho were (The 'Aims of the School" iRoslne, September 12, p. m. i kernel oar( hu-t-t of Hie ear, color of 101 2 Acres of farm alnd, one-ha- lt .discussed hy Mr. Everett LUes. and conb, shape of the kernels and Flint Springs, Beptumhor 13, 10, to mile of Dundee, Ky. Dwelling, ham ,Dr. Mutohlor again took his discus- spacing of the kernels. 2. and out bulhllngp. Good water. Nice sion of the soil. lie wy&t more into "" Alt. Pleasant, September. 14, p. m. RECESS. level land. Terms reasonable. Apply explained the kinds and tr. H. BLACK, S, 0. C. to dtall and Miss Bedford from Owansboro, re C. F, HARTFORD. He cited two selections which were (very 7tl phyelcal properties of the soH. By W. C. EARP, D. S. Gt4 AUonsville, Ky. Importance of ha4ng mush appreciated. emphasized the Methodist Church. humas in the soil. Supt Leach appointed Wtea MatUe Two Weeks Left to get Seed. VIROIL ELGIN, Pastor. Supnlnteadeat Leach announced tha MoseW, Mr. E. Y, Allan and IMIse For several, wiswka iwa havo ibeenof-florln-g Mt. llr. Mubohtonwill lecture on "Coneer-vatlo- n Mae Rogers as comudWee on f reao- - There will bo pre&cMag a enough alfalto seed do etxvr nex.t Thun-da- y of the Soil," at oourt ball Juiloss. He ithaa mads an earnest Mori&h Methodist chunch th night, September 7, by Rav. Viroften aero, as a pramlum Wednesday evening. lis also appoint- appeal to the teachers to Ibe abso subscription to our with one gil Elgin. Every body invited. ed a- eammUites to choose the pky-- w lutely worthy of the (nfofssston In HarMonl wfelch On the second Sunday in Septem- paper and the farmer and Sbookman who are to play wain , thy are (there will be Old Folks Day at of BL Louis, Missouri. There are .iMfMfball tewn. (Mr. W. R. Caivoa, Ozna Shultz and ber All irwletd, but, the only two Mt. Hewnan. let, Jn which our NOON. (CcmtiiHiftd oa eighth pagx) readara can tkw advuitaga at this old eepaelaUy request to attwul. oattwl to order at Tiw House waaduHw f, mem-bensh- lp Thursday attwnoon with score of 5 to Battery of the Institute: Gneer, who pitched for Owensboro Grays last season and for a Southern league taamthlssieasonand Thorp.of iSlaHoa-nof Fcr Hartford: M. Taylor, Beaver Dam, and Wakelqmd. Time of game 2 hours, ending at 6:20. Larg"-e- st attendance of any game in years in this city. 4. Alexander, known the entire state as on f educator of rare ability, died at his In:titute Wins. home In this city at 2:30 Monday nn.nJ.nMlm..1 til nllmHiTivni game' after an Illness lustingf n,s' elf th3 season at this placa tho 0 tuto team won ovr tho Hartford taam since last Starch, since which time bejm iT offer. September 16th, tlito ffor will be withdrawn. Sciptembor is the Ideal montih in which to sow alfalfa seed. A. P. Grout, tho iwell known Illinois farmer writes: "The heat results I havo obtained from sowing alfalfa have been when I sowed tho seed in September. I havo oven sown as late as the first of October, and secured an excellent Stand. The principle , advantage in tha lata seed, Is in avoiding tho iwoexk" iWe believe that any fanner in this county will be able .to produce alfalfa, and It is our desire to assist him lu tho csporlment furnishing this fijed. will We hope that ewy reader send in his order before Sept,orriber 10th. Send all orders to our office. i .DeiQNDAF One of Kentucky's Most Famous Educators. Actively Engaged in School Worle Over Fifty Years Head of Hartford College. f Dr. Wayland throughout J Instl-N?- y. J Colt Show. Wo will hold our annual Colt Show at Horton, Ky., Sipteimber will also ba an aiHOSISON BROS. !). There 'banbe-cu- e. 7t2 Another Paper Changs for Judge 0'Rear. The Webster County .Times, of wliich Sir. T. J. Stone is the editor, at Cfay, Ky., has come out flat footedly for Judge E. C. O'Rear the Republican candidate for govierucr. This dias heretofore been an independent ineNveipaper but announces in the editorial JjoIqw that It cannot sup-pa- rt iMcCreary. The announcement Is of special significance, coming as It does, soon after tho announcement of tho Calloway Gazette, a straight newspaper, fur Juclga O'Rear. The editorial follows: "Tho Times has you know changed managommnt, and while it has been run lierttofre as an londopendent paper I ,feel tliat a newspaper should have sufficient back bone to taken stand for what It considers rlghtand I am frank to say The Times will sup-lo- rt Judge O'Rear and the Stato ticket In the coming election. While personally we have no ault with yet 'we feel that his failure to take a permanent stand on to tton of vital interest, not only tha political parties, but lo the home, our church and society, warrants who taking a stand .with the man rlgiht and 1ms 'backbone to dofond Judga We find condemn .wrong. O'Rear a perfect gentleman, brave as a lion, and wo believe tho man who f will make the grand old State Kecitiucky a good chl-.t- f, Executive." Dem-oaratic qu-js- s or fit ' , Memorial to Gen. Clark. Washington, D. C. August 24. to tho memo $50,000 monument ry of Gen. Geo. Rogers Clark Is to be erected InJefferson county, Kentucky, Is provide for In a bill passed by the foraner senate. President Taft, Roosayolt, Associato President t tho supreme Justice Harlan, Speaker the Clark, of court, R. house, and Governor Thomas lftomibars of Ahe cmnilossion to select a location and design. An Interest ing feature of tho passage uf the bill was .that Its presunt author, Sona- ator Bradley, was not present .Ho Is confined to hla hotel. A ' aEiNTji-.- . All photographs and cuts for Our Big Industrial Edition must be in this office by to- he 1-- morrow. Saturday, 6 o'clock p. m. or they will be too late for publication. THIS IS FINAL. Assets of Kentucky Banks. According to tho vupont of the Comptroller of the Currency.tlio uigBire-ga- to of all tho Banks In Kenfcuckyv National, Stato.prtvate Savings iBanks $3,938,390 and Trust Companli-iwe- ro more on June 7th, 1911, than on June 30th, 1910, and Individual deposits In- one-ten- - oniat m vs suffering with a complihe has cation of dlseaslos. AlexProfessor county ander was born In Jefferson on Juno 2G, 1839, and was the son of Caroline-Well- s Joseph . Alexander and Alexander, his mother bolng-daughtiir of Gen Y. P. Wells, a noted citizen of Shelby county. spent his 'Professor Alexander early life on a farm in Shelby county and later attended school in Sheiby-vil- le and then finished his studies at DePauv University, after iwhicli he read law in on office in Louisville. In 1S3S, he moved to McLean County, where he taught school at Sacramento and in I860 he married Allss Jen nie D. Davis. -. Professor the Alexander. iwa3 Kentucky Col founder of Western lege at South Carrollton, 1n 1873 and for a long term of years this was the most noted educational institution in Western Kentucky and from It were graduated a number of men iwno are now iwvill known throughout this and adjoining counties and among whom were Judge J. D. Atchison, deceased, Daviess-countand SIcHenry Riicada of and Judga J. S. Glenn and many other prominent mon of Ohio county. It was in 18S0 tliat Professor .where Alexander came to Hartford, he was placed at the head of tha Hartford Collage, which was unques tionably the greatest school tliat iwa ever oiganized in tha Western part of the State and at the time that Professor Alexandor assumed tha management of the institution, ho surrounded himself iwlth a corps of teachers that perhaps stood second to nono In he entire State. The graduates from this institution aivj now found In many states in the union and many of them ara holding: stands at tho lonefrpnt of tho professions tliat tliiy have eniered. Prohis fessor Alexander tlKn smvud her connection with tho school Canroll-to- n, South and relumed to but later went to Owensiboro, school where he opened a private that proved to ibe very popular and six ha continued this school until years ago when ho returned to Hartford, where ha lias ltvud Blnca that v time. AlexAs an oduoator, Professor ander was known throughout tho entire State and he was recognized as being possessed of a raro and marked ability as an instructor. Is survived Alexander dixifessor by his iwlfe and one daughter, Sirs, Nannie Miller, of Chicago,Arthur A. Alexander, of Slielbyvllle, Ky., and county, Shelby Sam AWxandar of survive, and tho brothers, dlam and are deceased. Romalnza Alexander the Professor Alexander was also uuelo of Mrs. B. A. Evans and Mrs. and James C. Rudd, of Owensboro, Messrs. Joseph, Ham and John Reld Alexander, of Owensboro, Sirs. Jennie Louisa Strang, of Now York, Casslus Spauldlng and Mlssos MarydUith and. are Sue Spauldlng ail of Hartford grandchildren of the deceased. THE FUNERAL SERViCES. Tho funeral of Prof. Alexander was' conducted at the Presbyterian church Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 in the (presence of ono of tho largest crowds pay qvmt gathered in this city to their respect. The ser.vioea were conot ducted by Rov. J. T, Rushing, Louisville, a former pupil of Dr. Alof exander, and Rev. O. M. Shultz, Llvermore, who for nine years wa. associated with Prof. Alexander at Hartford College as a member of the faculty. The Ohio Couuty Teachers sesalon Institute that has been in this nvosk adjourned that afternoon and attend od the service In a body'. The Interment took place at a creased $1,580,123 la that period. v V t III. Follow the Crowd to the New York Store LOUDER THAN WORDS THF PL5CE WHERE PRICES SPESK .L BIG L MID-SUMME- R. CLEARANCE SALE! COMMENCES FRIDAY. AUGUST 18 CONTINUES TO SEPTEMBER 9. i t an mmm. nyttiHl , HJ Wq Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes and Clothing! NOW YOU KNOW Us Prom Past Ex- 1 perience flduertise That We Nothing BUT PLAIN FACTS Seasonable Merchandise Vr 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. rfj-fl"" ffd Jlvjtf vf Worth of Choice STRICTLY Oilr CASH Are Account Terms GASH on of EXTREME LOW PRICES The assortments are ample 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 goods are worthy the prices are extraordinary. It's the one BIG BARGAIN EVENT of the season. It brings people from all over the country to our store. Our last sale was the talk of the entire community, and was regarded as the most gigantic affair of the kind ever held.- - This time it will be larger and better in everj, way. The reliable goods are sold here. Therefore it is no wonder that people know THE NEW YORK STORE quality of merchandise is the best; they know that only first-clasgoods at Lower prices than are asked for very ordinary merchandise. This Great Sale promises to be the biggest event all flock here when we offer to sell this character of 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 evBELOW FIND A FEW OF OUR NUMEROUS BARGAINS: erything marked at one price. Look for the Red Canvas Front. It represents Big SAVING to You. s, tJWtamMRavKWMaiiTra.'aMy8'. w,.w UAiww'jWitfaiurwwsiWMitj.uMHijmgUMJ.wiay.rii Dry Goods and Notion Notion Department. Needles. 5c Ladies' Handkerchiefs 10c Ladies' Handkerchiefs 50c Ladies' Belts, in all colors SHOES! lc lc 3c 19c 19c 15c 7c 7c 19c' 19c 7c 12c $4 SHOES! MEN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTHS Department. 10 10-4 39c Yards of the very best Calico . (5c Bleached or Unbleached Domestic 4Jc 7c Bleached or Unbleached Domestic, yd. wide 5Jc 12c Hope Blebched Domestic, yd. wide 7ic wide 23c 35c Bleached Sheeting, 7c Lawn only 10 yards to a customer 35c 8c Apron Ginghams, during" this sale 5c 10c Dress Gingham 7c 12Jc and 15c Dress Ginghams.during this sale.. 9c 8Jc 12c Percals, yard wide . . ...... .... Men's Belts Boys Belts 10c Sox 10c Hose 25c Sox 25c Hose 10c ".... , Men's Oxfords, in all the latest makes . $2.48 $1.50 Men's Brogans, only a few left $1.19 $2.50 and $3 Men's Work Shoes $1.89 $4 and $5 Shoes, in Button and Lace . . . $2.89 $2 Ladies Oxfords, while they last 98c $3.50 Ladies' Suede Oxfords $1.68 .... Men's and Boys' Pants. $1.50 Men's Panta 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 lateststyles $2.38 25c and 50c Boy's wash Pants sizes 4 to 10 . .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 y 50c Boys Overalls best made 39c 50c Men's Overalls 39c Ladies' 75c Ready-to-We- ar Dep't. .' Children's Hose 20c Children's Hose, in all colors 25c Baby Caps 15c Waists, trimmed up very nicely 39c 89c' $1.50 Waists, white or black $3.50 Skirts, in Blue or Black $1.98 $5.00 Voile Skfrts, in Light Brown only . . . $2.38 $8.00 and 10.00 Skirts, in Cheaffon Panama $4.98 $6.50 and $7 Skirts in Voile or Panama . . . $3.98 35c Ladies' Pants and Corset Covers 19c 42c 50c and T5c Corsets, during this sale 89c $1.50 Warners' Rust Proof Corsets 92c $1.50 Ladies Chemise 92c $1.50 Ladies' Night Gowns 24c 50c Ladies Long Silk Gloves Laces and Embroideries during this sale at half price. Ec 10c Ladies' Vests 9c Table Linens. 50c Table Linens, in Blue and Red, per 75c White Linen Table Cloth $1 yard,. 22c 29c 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 63c Ladies' Vests 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 88c 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 $3t99 $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 $(5.00 Youth's Suits during this sale $3.69 $10.00 Youth's Suits latest styles . , $4.89 $12.00 Youth's in Gray only $6.98 $15.00 Youth's Suits in Dark Gray Flannel . $8.98 $2.50 Knickerbocker Suits . . . $i,69 $4.00 Knickerbocker Suits $248 $7.00 and $8.00,Knickerbocker Suits , . . . $4.89 $6.00 Men's Blue Serge Single Coats $3.69 X .... ... J St ... .... ... ... t s Do Yourself a Real Favor. Come to this Store during this Big Clearance Sale. See the 1 VJJ V Merchandise and the Prices Side by Side and watch your Dollar Get Busy, Come Every Day. You will .Find Something New Every Time You Come. REMEMBER THE DATE, AUGUST 18, to SEPTEMBER 9. Mid-Summer 1 1VOW t t o,. NOTICE! If you havo any friends or rolativos that you think anything of, toll thorn about v NEW TORE STORE LOOK FOR THE RED SIGN SALE LASTS 15 DAYS Beginning Aug. 18th Ends September 9th Look for the THIS GREAT SALE I OVER THE DOOR - HARTFORD, KY. NEW YORK STORE i Wfitk yJWym -- sr ,irr;aafc- -- 3 " iu iJ.ru ' AW "r jtt. j. ' -- jit tea"" V 1 showing or tend' CLARK'S NEWS OF as I did not suspect It was cor- tribunal showevidence, that Bradley or anybody having ben bribed. Thoae ing to rupted' by any voto for him. In view Democratic members who bolted Mr. else bribed In same stripe as of theee facts, was I not warranted this Beckham were of the there is no Courier-Journa- l wweAin fact, llv-- i stating that as a Senator taint on Kenthe from Ing exponents of Its political teach- man's title tucky? By taint It is understood tho ings. They of alj the Democrats In uso corrupt means, such as bribery, of I the Legtelaluro exemplified' exactly In obtaining his tltlo. Now I want to Courier-Journal'- s political attitude, step further and say that If Romance and Res- the On the Bradley Election and go one For Infants and Children. which was to defeat Beckham, and those who would accuso upon more thereby further tho Hquor trade's In- suspicion and condomn by Innuendo ignation Question. Realty in Kentucky. terests. That may have been bad poli- have any knowledgo of corruptldn In tics, or bad taBto, but It was not per they should state It, EVIDENCE IS LACKING Be corrupt. Ataong those who bolted that election,evidence; thoy Bhould and put wero, besides the four produco the up. If thoy havo such evi- Illinois Fast Winning a Place at Mr. Beckham supported Mr. Brad- up or shut Mr, Bradley was guilty of That portion of Judgo E. C. O'ltear'a that afterwards dence, If opening speech at Ellzabethtown which ley, Mr. William P. Klalr, of I.oxlng having obtained his election by bribtbe Head in Breeding of High ALCOHOL 3 PEH OENT a.,Ji L. dealt with Sonator 11 rail ley's election ton, and Mr.weroW, Arnott, of Coving- ing any member of the Legislature, or AVcgclnUe Preparation both elected on the and with tho question of his own resig- ton. They bribing was dono by tho llriuor If the Class Horses. Ifltf the Fnorf nmmeadu nation from tho Court of Appeals while same ticket that had been nominated Interests In his behalf, then his tltlo Mfcjf ling die Stomachs ondBcivcis of making the race for Governor on tho with Mr. Beckham, and wero elected would bo tainted. as Democrats. They supported Mr. Republican ticket Is as follows: I do not ngreo with Senators BradNotwithstanding our platform was Beckham for awhile, but finally bolt loy and Payntor on their voto In the (By Palmer L. Clark.) Hko tho others, and continued adopted moro than a month ago, 'and ed case. They nro both able toAT1olV,5'l1fc fid. Lorlmer and I havo no doubt acted Tlio Kontuoklan of tho Ultra Grass that Its provisions were In tho main &" lawyers, Proraolcs Digcslionkf rfuleot forth In the announcement of my more for somo uoon their oaths and consciences iu loves, his hor6'; perhaps not rtcss and RestXTontalns neiihcr candidacy four months ago, not ono bers voted for about a month Beckham. voting for Lorlmer to retain his scat. than lots thy VeriwontJer, the Texan journal or speaker of tho opposition other Democrats than Mr. Opium.Morplimc norMiacraL by voting for Mr. I differ from them on tho law of that has assailed any one of thoso planka None of them becan If tho evidence shows any liaas, tlw occ ivtttl tradition that In all NOT NARCOTIC. Somo voted for Mr. Ollle matter. voting as unsound or undesirable; save tho I Bradley. Mr. Henry Wntterson, J. J. for a United States mombor ,., county unit plank. Truo, certain gen- James, was bribed to do so, and there matters equine the Kontuoklan is an Colonel John It. Allon and Sen-- I Senator ftrprefOJIkMm7mm PS1, Jf tlemen aspiring to nomination on tho tho is other evidence aa to bribery as to omelet In pedigree and speed lore and inferred Jlmyitia Srrd" tltlo of that Senator Democratic ticket took a fling at tho i ator McCreary. I gentlemen, from shifting others, then tho of theso tbequalIficatlon ot "KentiuokyiBnad," proposed platform, but as they wero course to another, that was tainted, although the ono vote from defeated in their own party it would their votespurpose one to defeat Beck- did not alone mako his election possi- as aipplhd to a horse, vouchsafes that was .seem that their criticisms wero not their real dhould been expelled. animal is an equina aristocrat. IhXcmtiBkStla ham, and that they wero casting about ble, and ho oppose havo ' corruption In elec- tho well received. IlimSrJ' somo ono upon whom enough couKl I bitterly am In Tho thoroughbred haree is tho prodCtmlrd HjpV' This sllenco of tho Democratic press for to accomplish tho result without tions, and of making it favor of and speakers, Including nominees. Is unite to tho corruptors by depriving uct of some twenty generations useless significant. Espcclaly Is this truo electing a Republican. Thcro seems them of Its fruits. I draw no distinc- substantial breeding In England nnd supporting that Apcrtect Remedy forConsfip when it Is viewed In tho light of tho to be no doubt gone If thoso tho insuf- - tion Jn jfaypr of party. All corruption-fit- s over tho American throughout Is, In allion .sour aiomiKii,uiaiiiM alike 6 mo. treatment by that press of our tlckot Beckham had Mr. Klalr to Senator look by and AYorms.com'ulsions.rcwrisii-nesSaralLOSSOrSLEE'You have observed that all thoir de- en's,Je any Democrat whom the lat If my critics mean to hold that what most every Instance, a direct descen'-CNUU' impermissible nunclatlon has been directed at me supporting could have been would bo a virtuous or would bo a dant In Improved descent from personally. The effort is to destroy ter woro courso for Mr. McCreary ported. English stock. Earlier Imporsomo Facsimile Signature cf tho public s confidence In me; to make elected. AfterBradley weekshoof futile corrupt ono for Mr. Bradloy, then I tations, as a rule, wenit to Virginia says notified balloting, Mr. appear that I am untrustworthy and two. it they voted dissent from thoir view. It tho held and its from tlw Old Dominion, Iit k insincere. I can not bollevo thin is tho Insurgents that unless " because of any personal malevolent for him tho next day he would resign acting precisely alike, oinro to be po- mother state', that Kentucky secured NEW YORK. to ainerent stanuaras moral ana feeling toward me; that I of all men his caucus nomination, thereby ab- litical ethics, then It must Bo submitfrom which Republican members from lier foundation families in tho Republican party in Kentucky solving tho Is eithsupporting him, In which ted to tho people whother that hav h'vOl Bl JLy ..r?iyril fMagMmM who have been nominated for this further predicted enough Republicans er logical or Just. Tho only point liavo come great horses that high ofllco am bo woefully deficient In event ho my sincerity. Is my brought her fame and fortune. Throug Mr. Beckham to elect hero at lssuo is iffiSJa, Guaranteed under the H)02a character and so dangerous In tenden- would Invote forof tho Insurgent Demo- sincerity to bo tested by a different predominant In tho production of the spite cy. Tho true reason appears to mo to him, applied to other tho.roush.bred, Kentucky's light harstandard from that be that as our platform Is Invulnera- crats. Under this threat four of the people? Havo I not tho right, and do Exact Copy of Wrapper. VfW YOH4 CITY. THICINTAUfteOMflNY, ble, Is an advanced presentation 'of soven Insurgents voted for Mr. Brad- I not res't under tho duty, to employ ness horso Industry overshadows thai live subjects In keeping with tho pub- ley tho next day, and ho was theroby the commonly accepted standards ot of its thoroughbred interests and It lic good and the popular demand, it is elected. Two of tho other Insurgents, judging? If I was mistaken as to the may he said advisedly that the hotnecessary, in order to destroy our Klalr and Arnett, continued to vote nature of Senator Bradley's tltlo, I Mr. Beckham, but did not vote chances of winning, that tho ticket be against Bradley. by tho courso ter and tho paoer of tho present daj into In a speech delivered was led press,the mistake discredited. And as I mado my can- for Mr. Legislature, grand Jury had its origin of species where the banquet of the vass beforo tho Republicans upon at Frankfort at a consolation few days arid party action of Democrats as succuli lit bluo grass and Uia limpid Identical policies, and was be- tendered him by his friends a that all statod. I was not at Frankfort for limestone constituted the these formula cause of them overwhelmingly chosen later, Mr. Beckham declared equally two ot threo weeks boforo Senator from which tho Amjrlcan trotter was to head tho ticket, my destruction seven of tho insurgents were sev- Bradley's olectlon, nor for two weeks defeat, Hamble'onla would best Insure tho defeat of our guilty for his against and that all after. I was then absent In Florida "InventeJ, ' although him at tho behest on a vacation. ticket. It Is therefore th'ls bitter, per- en had voted I had no personal tme h knowledge ot tho affair. My Inferences Mambrlno Chief, Pilot Jr., and Jussonal, partisan attack is made upon of the liquor interests. It is (perhaps great quartete of me. My position as a member of the intimated that some of thom from the proceedings tin Morgan, the had been corrupted to wero drawn just described. of aro of X. I.v Engtrotting Court of Appeals for tho past eleven all so, thom) not state any I fact show- which to have resignation:. In this I am but did years has given me great opportunity do however, my As land progenlliure. It was, tho for serving tho State well or bad. In ing It to bo so. I understand thatLeg- not being treated by that part of tho from their sons and daughters, from Circuit criticizing that, my learning as a lawyer was not Franklin was stillCourt, while the In session, ohargod Democratic press which is thoir grandsons and granddaughters, more Important than my character as islature me as It has troated Democrats. The (INCORPORATED) a man. Yet nono of these papers have Its grand jury to Investigate those objection is mado that I am holding transplanted on Kentucky soil, that thought that I was unfitted to servo charges of corruption, and that It did one office and running for another. tho present two of hto trattKsr nnd you In that high and important ofllco. so, reporting that it could find no usual course ot in co upon which to base an indict- Lot us look at the governed accord- paoer has come: and, Kentucky, WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE HT COST. This tardy assault now Indicates not an such things, and bo Judge that court Is .only that It is without foundation in ment. ThoIntegrity ofand . the personal ingly. Thero are four Democratic turn, has sent tho descendants of truth, but Is insincere, and rested official of members of the Court of Appeals who these to all the four corners ot the alone upon a sinister purpose. Co- friend nnd appointee (of Governor were elected while holding other of- earth. ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, llateral Issues must be introduced to Beckham. The Commonwealth's Attor- fices, none having resigned thoir forThre was at the sarnie tim some carry out tho plan of the opposition, ney Ib a man of great ability and In mer offices beforo their olectlon to tho had done felt and the public must be deceived by tegrity. Iduty. assured theythe Investi- latter. They wero Justly not criti- thing more than tlw blue glass and HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME I assumed tbem so as to distract attention from their full cized for their course- - Senator Payn-ter- , tho llmes'ono wat-- r which produced the true issues. Hence the interpola- gation was energetic and earnest. con-I while a member of tho Court of Kentucky trotter. This something OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD tion of immaterial Issues. I do not have never heard anything to tho Appeals, having about five years of tho mean to Imply that my own sincerity trary. Two years later another Legis- his term unexpired, became a candi- was the Kentucklan's innate love oi and uprightness as a man and as a lature was elected. Both branches of date for U. S. Senator. Ho was nom- all things animal a passion inherit BE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN public official are Immaterial, but that It were Democratic. It did not offer inated and elected, and did not resign from his Virginia offlntirs, and, even to so far to estab- to further investigate tho alleged cor- as Judge until about five months after the efforts resorted so, was it tho Kentuckiian's revruption of its predecessor. That It REACH. lish that fact are. Of these, the two had eloctlon. He was not criticized moro the power to do so Is not doubted. J his that. Mayor Head, of Louisville, erence of all things genealogical. TIim most harped on by the press are my for Blue allusion to Senator Bradley's title and The party press, after tho first burst and Judge Reed, of Paducah, tho lat- earliest landtd gentry of tho any failure to now resign my office as of disappointment following Governor ter a Circuit Judge and a gentleman Grass plateau woro scions of the "firs Beckham's defeat, was silent on the of dollcatc sense of honor and unblemJudge, pending tho campaign. to whom the Of tho first, I have this much to subject. Later the Democrats of Cov- ished reputation, became candidates families of Virginia, say: My training and habit of mind ington nominated Mr. L. W. Arnett for Governor. Neither resigned, nor family tree was even more sacred Senator are to presume every man Innocent for State equivalent,and elected tohim. was it suggested that they should. Mr. than was the log of the Mayflower I take it, his of crime until at least there is some That was Congress, bePllgnlm Fath-c- s by his This sum- Johnson, a member of substantial evldenco to the contrary. vindicationDemocrats party. the Second came a candiato for Governor. He did to the offspring of tho of of and the average Kontuoklan, Is not only the course of law, mer the That not resign.' Mr. Ollle James, a member District but is the only decent way of treat- Railroad Commissioner'sKlalr for have of Congress, Is now nominated for U. tho present day, has In no manner RailF. ofment of the matter. It bag become a nominated Mr. W. on and Is running for tho same tlckot S. Senator, has not resigned, that no lost caste in his worship erf the Pen- purchased, business blocks and nla-tlcommon practice in this country tq ac- road Commissioner and fice. Ho Items from the Odd. to cuse the highest public officials of the with Mr. McCreary. I took this to newspaper has suggested that he ates ot his fathers. Pedigree is homos have b en erected and plepurposes without any mean his vindication by his party oi should. him tho beacon ot eternal fitness and basest criminal bundlrs of bank stock lwve Pneumatic boxing gloves have been thoric evidence and without any foudatlon the Imputation of corruption. somo I have noticed but two instances ho has applied tho laws of hereditive ,Among those voted for by of where nominees for higher offices relittle lnivented by a Phlhulelphinn. In fact. We need not stop now to Inthem, to b.'en acquired, all from the telephone system. quire why this Is so; it is enough that tho Insurgent Democrats was Senator signed the ones they held when nom- descent, as ho unndrstands matron that hauls the) A lunbud trotting McCreary, then a Democratic United his everyday devotion of (breeding He children to school in tho is being tried out in Amtirdam. unIt is a fact. Yet those of us who their caninated, in order to pro?'-'- to and States Senator at dertake to make public and responsi- McCreary. though Washington. Mr. vasses free from the "jiputation of s'osk, bo It horses, cattle,svine,shtf'P. thj housewife to tile town wnlr in Tho Pine Is billevcd to be Ui oldest market called upon by greediness implied In the criticism I ble statements on the subject ought at dass or chickens. party of tho iuiterfai, of tr?es, some having atalned tliu tin summer and, in tho least be free from that national weak- press friends and some votes (asparty nm noticing. Ono was Judge Robert Mr. It was this unfailing atteutlvenoss browses on the hill iidd ot blue grass age of 700 ytjurs. to repudiate such ness. I begin, therefore, with the Riddell, who, while Circuit Judgo, was did), failed to do invented by a A collapsible boat that this high official, repre- Ollle James tho Inference thatso, there nominated for Judge of tho Court of to pedigree, generation after gener- - as tho "Colonel" rests m the shade ho was by leaving "Keivtuekysenting Kentucky in the Senate of tho willing Appeals. He resigned. Ho was also aUon.which evolved tho - Frenchman can be folded to carry In ma pi a and ponders pidlto receive them, and others United Stntes, Is as guiltless of crlmo defeated. The other was Judge Alton biud" hor&s tyid, while financiers in of the giant alio an ordinary suit ens. In procuring his office as his distin- like them. Of tho four insurgents who B. Parker, of the Court of Appeals of tominjs grees, human ami otlienwJf. us Although tlw ogs of diffmrant spo- guished colleague or any other mem- finally voted for Bradley, three oj them New York, nominated for President. other states jftiams sient browses, tho mare lifts her note from In the sbei-e.tyolks ber. This presumption should stand were the first to voto for Senator Mc- He resigned as Judge, and was like some largo and somo small. grass tot be whinny of to r calling clos of birds vary in which Uie until thero Is contrary evidence. That Creary when they began balloting wise defeated for President. Tno ma- aVmpt to produco animals always are eiAeneal. foal, tro.s with action perfect and ytyle. ho was elected by receiving the votes McNutt, Charlton and Llllard. Wero jority of precedent is not to resign. compdto with the products or vo lMland " n6"s nZws of four Democratic mombers of the tho men who voted for Mr. McCreary It also appears to bo unlucKy. Besides, could superb down to hjt It; and, as tlw ot Kentucky Legislature, in addition to corrupted to do so? I have not thought tho criticism in this Instance does not the Bluo qrass, few if any, succeed- lose themsehes in the woods ot luapHi Population of 4,081,1)51, a deorc-osall tho Republican members. Is well so. On tho contrary, my deduction has strike mo as being slncore. My distin- ed. "Colonel," 70,824 in ten years. walnut and ash, tho known. There has been no suggestion been that they were animated by tho guished opponent also holds an ofllco r hand, every fawner an and On havo been adapted to Water to that the support of any one of the Re- sole purposecrimedefeat Beckham. Was of power and dignity, perhaps of some i very farmer's son In. Kontucky was who has raatcliMr their nvery move morally for them to profit also at times, which ho is neithIt a worse silently! ring tho IkJIs to save the expense ot procured by ,V publican members was to with the eye of connoisseur, McCreary than to corruption. It is only as the Demo- bolt and vote for Bradley? Certainly, er requested nor expected to resign. brooding a winner; not because they leaves his shade of unaplo nnd house-war-d omploylng a man for tho iwork. bolt and vote for LuUior Bur cratic votes that this accusation Is This olectlon will terminate my career wie each and every one a In tho last seventeen jears Gorman turns, day dreaming of next now hlntod at. I have no knowledge according to political ethics It was a as a Judge of tho Court ot Appeals ot bank, 'but because they were devout ca- less offense for Bradloy to receive Kentucky. You need have no fear of and fervent In tho capital has laid six transoceanic wiir'a Pnt.iirltv whatever that any of them was cor21.74S such votes than it was for Mr. Mc- that;. The only question Is who should Mohammedans to the causilt Iwrudlt hope, bles with a total length ot rupted, nor have I ever heard of an that tho colt in yonder woodland "in Iota of evidence to sustain the intima- Creary to have received them. As tho appoint my successor until tho people and becauso tjliey wtvo broiling latter did not feel called upon to re can elect one. Tho court will not con- tensely," as their fathers and their can win it. Idyllic is existences IJiey.mues. tion. On the contrary, I had supposed I not tbnt those members who voted for Mr. pudiate (them, tho former was ever vene again until tho latter part of fathers' fathers, .boforo them.had done live la Kentucky with ithelr horses. Mr. McCreary's silence then and Bradley did so In order to defeat Mr. September. It Is now up with Its ot Beckham, and that they finally voted since on this subject allows the infer- docket. My abBenco for flvo or six They were diivotees to tho logic purpose alone. ence that he did not regard the bolt weeks will not Interfere with the pubLike begets like." So It as so It is for Mr. Bradley for that as having been purchased or other- lic's business before the court. The will be remembered that Mr. Beck-aand so It will always be,that the Ken Et and MK McCreary had Just made wise corrupted. l,To sura the matter only Imposition Involved will be that tucklan, city man and country man up: The Courier-JournaTor Infants and Children. k race in the Democratic primary for time on. llttlo more labor and recognized loader of the of a colleagues, who, I for tbat to be- alike, Is proud In the ownership of at my the nomination for United States Senam happy W. H.&J.F. GILLESPIE I no Mud IDU HUTU illffujb DUUglll ator. Beckham pitched his campaign Democratic party In Kentucky, openly lieve, would not in tho least begrudge least ono brood mare, of staunch and advocated the bolt against Beckham. mo that usual and simple courtesy. on the question of putting tho liquor Proprietors apron! Jlueage, awd the annual au- - Bears tho participated trado out of politics In Kentucky. He Messrs. Klalr and Arnottwere held by In tho allusions I have made to my vent ot lier foal by an approved stall Signaturo of county In it to tho last; they bad, as Governor, advocated a with distinguished opponent, no criticism unit law, and had procured a partial Mr. Beckham to be equally guilty wero Is intended. His long public career Is Ion Is tho occasion of the, ar. Thero the. others; the liquor Interests ofsuocoss one to be passed. He had deeply .whwi election 'amlllar to all Kontucklans, and I aro times, of course, fended the liquor Interests in Ken- bitterly fighting Beckham's his elec- would say nothing to dlsparago whatNames Wanten et Once. dos not aAwid a brooding yu!ture, out of revenge not because tucky by that fact, and had Incurred ever merit ho has displayed, or to deso their bitter enmity. They opposed tion to tho Unltod States Senate could tract from his standing as a party but proponidsranco of successes It will be only a Bhort Unw until that him 'solidly, with their money and materially affect their buslnees In man. I havo Intended only to stato far overshadows tho fallutlos McCreary. But Kontucky; many Democrats. Including the conditions which have prevailed In tho breeding of tho trotter, as man- our Big Industrial Edition will Ibe Is votes, supporting REPAIR WORK wero voted for persist- Kentucky for some years past, of a poBeckham was declared the nominee. Mr. McCreary,Insurgents we are desirous ot giving for weeks In litical aspect. During these debates aged by tho Kentuoklaus, is tha won sued, and ently by tho polTho liquor Interests, true to their as this edition as big circulation icy of accepting nothing as settled the sole effort to defeat Beckham. Tho much more will nocessarlly be said der ot tho iworld. Legislature of 1910 failed to investi- as illustrating hese conditions. IwasLble, aud ask everyone to givo 1 Thero is a world of truth In fiction, that was not settled their way, kept gate the corruption of the stand for changing them up the fight in the Legislature. Their betIn horai fiatlon. The as names of relatives or Ifrlondsthat insurKents: the crand Jury of Frank ter. What ho stands for for the be and espoj-'allCourier-Journa- l, chief organ then, as now, the can best Invariably impresses Ken- formerly lived in Ohio county, eo we editorially advised the Demo- lin County Judicially exonerated thom; determined from his own utterances novelist the Democrs of Covington have by and conduct. I purposo pitching the tucky for his sceiiarliun and tiho real may. send theni a copy ot Tbe Repubcratic members to bolt Mr. Beckham's Wo seal of apnomination; counseled his defeat as a their action placed their Its supposed campaign, go far aB I am concerned, heroine Is tho "Colonel's Black lVss," lican's Dig industrial Edition. t proval on the bolt and on fitting punishment for bis on the highest grounds. You shall be thomontgneolMter and hose prowess want Just as mauy names as postU party perfidy In abandoning the liquor motive (the retirement ot Beckham): told the truth as to pertinent facts afbrings happlnnes and sible and aMc your assistance. When tne uemocraia or ine second fecting the situation, and I Bo im-npeople during his administration, reason- In tho futurity Railroad Commissioner's District, com- ing employed will be such, the trust, as affluence to ho owner. Such notion you think ot somo one ou vnould like Courier-Journwas supposed that the I ot the State. No fact to have receive a copy of thp iwikjt by no worse motive than re- prising to ?f actuatedupon an adversary 'whom it hag ever yet been stated to the pub-ll-o will appeal and the hlgh'standards of Is fact down. In tho Bluo Grass country and they formerly lived in Ohio coun venge Intelligence patriotism. Mortgagesand many of tlieni havo whleh would' be accepted In any eould not defeat nor oeatrol In the naaue, uiul Jutltiwi Kin UtUidby or of the old mare's ty, lot us haivo thetWnl; ot. 4tt many aa jou can r colt;'" faraia ol broad acroa have bee O'REAR MAKES party. STATEMENT Fiction ' llll p fcs ' a- 1 jup CASTORIA Always Bought The Kind You Have Bears the of " ggm Signature -j AW f( In Use For Over L Thirty Years CAST DMA 4MM14f'j I THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co. evl-do- n I E. G. BARRASS. Manager. t 44M al siml-automat- ic a the-othe- ni-te- castoria jGILLESPIE BROS. &a03x pLACKSMlTHlNG JLAND y Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, s one-thir- d Ky. lu ' I. II-t r of tfv tnunty unit. TMls tn tho no knM. a mere th eowiitry prase ot the ti!fort of Rceo(? to lw at tlw l'oHMI OoHrter-Joalong this lt prior Xtttari. Ky., MH aHr of tin to the DomtairaUc Sfc'i convention. maulThere to no doubt olout platform. It M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER ing of Uvo Republican C. demands a uniform county unit law EDITORS nuqulra-nwnRAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER which shall oonrprm o the Hrtfoid Republican. etrl (Htwtkm '" rs.ti-eo'Ja- (crt rl t3 ELEGIMT COTE PIANO FREE! . f ts PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. Address all communications Tbe Hartford Republican. Ol3Lgi03Tl.HA.t ctf the State constituUcai. Now only a 'part of tho counties of the to StAto hivo tho righit to vote anwhwtn-e- r '0 TzuerxoiTxa. wHm 40. .23. 1. FIUDAY, SEIfTEMBEJl or not liquor shall bo sold within All oountles having such count'-os flrat, second, third nad fourth class cities are excpipt from the rule, and aaloons, no thitti3 cities may lio.-ns-e matter hoiY large tho mnjorillty in tho county against such nctloro may be. A. every cash purchase made at our store, and soon this community iC "will have many thousand dollars worth of thoeo certificates dn its possessHI ion. It will be easy for you to secure! a largo percentage of these certificates if you get husy at once. your very I 1H A EriAflHe ftn(1 colluct a greater amount than anyone else and secure ,for"' LI11C Fin Vrtlir rilCHUo own this homo this oxponsive instrument. Up I UUl Fieds Will mftlVA rWfif i"'-jCI Your ltd ' Help You G&t It I J - 'with REPUBLICAN TICKET BOWiARD C. O'ltEAU, fw Governor, a Mt Starling. Far LMutonant Governor, Ix L,. BRISTOW, of Goorgotqwn. For Attorney General, TIIOS. B. .McGREGOR, of Benton. Ftor Auditor, , LEONARD W. BETHER.UM, of Mt. Vernon. Poc Treasurer, HERMAN F. MONROE, of Iiouisvillo- For ftjorotary of State, A. J. QUIVER, ot Scottaville. For Commissioner of Agriculture, D. W. CLARK, of Barhourvllle. of Public Instruction, T. W. VINSON, of Princeton. For Clerk Count of Appeate, C. S. WILSON, of Williamsburg. For Superintendent The Calloway Coumty Gazette still further onlightiuns Its readers in Its latjest issue concerning the reasons It has for ivfustog to support McCrwary and the Democratic State ticket. It closes a strong editorial in tile follow ing language: "And, yes, wo like U) started have forgotten, they haivo be tho rcjwrt that Dr. Amoes is to made adjutant gotioral when O'Rear Is a elected. Fact Is, he would niako good one, Just as good as Marsa Hen ry Lawrence, for ho is cut from the aame cloth and stands for tho same. that General Henry stands far, but fool under tho circumstances any knows tills report is a lie and is circulated for polltiacl punpoqes. It is Jusit such ret as the above that has made tho thoughtful, indoponidentia-trloti- c, Democrats of the BtaAe desert Becltham-Holy-Mathe old yellow dog bulk even as rata leave a sinkhas ing ship. A sensible argument not J'ot been advanced by any cham pion of this gang why O'Rear should not be elected governor, and if this him is all thiey can bring against and the be3t they can do Uuty had Just as well keep McCreary's name off the ballot." yo Here is a short description of this magnificent Cote piano. is a large size instrument, measuring 4 ft. 9 in. Tho finest material and 5 ft. 2 in. in length and weighs, boxed ready for shipment, over 800 lbs. in height. most experienced workmanship have produced in tho Cote an instrument excellent in tone, power and appearance. The case designed is very beautiful. It is adorned with rich carvings, standing out in bold relief, indicating artistic elegance. Thesurfaco of the instrument attracts at once with its deep mellow color, polished and resplendent as a mirror. The d is a wealth of genuine ivory keys. The action is easy, elaBtic and responsive. The piano has a fine, tone, at once deep and tender, capable alike of producing specmusical effects and of yeilding the softest, dreamiest melodies. tacular This elegant piano compels admiration for its massive showy qualities, and likewise proves itself friendly to deepest, tenderest feelings of the heart. It will win its princely way in any home, It is installed in thousands of the beat 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 portfolio containing these key-boarfull-swin- A Piatid VyortH Owning It g ; w Xk X X GET IT FOR YOUR HOME This piano will make your home more attractive for yourself, for ths rest of the family, and for your many friends. It will beautify the parlor, keep tho 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 If not 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 the beauty of the room, and promote the friendship of all the members. X Lodge Resolutions. Hartford M. Lde No. C75, F. &. A. WWF W,T TTICH For Representative Ohio County, 5. A. L.EAOH, of Eoaver Dam. For Senator, C, H0U3IAN, of Morgantorsvn. County Every Republican dn Ohio .should be in Hartford next Monday to hear Judgg OR'ar in his defense o the people. "The Mayflold Jleswnger is of the opinion that It Is almost unanimous i Callaway for Judge O'Rear for Governor. Right )ou are on'e tlnw, old Callaway County Gazette. lellorw." No Demoorat or uvcaHber of any othwlio conwa out to near Judge O'Rear next Monday mill lave any causae to negivit it. He deals in facts and argument and not in abuse. er political party "ilcCreary is a millionaire and his main supporter Mayo, is a millionaire, if the ipeople want the money power to control Hits State they have the opportunity." Callqway County Gazette. r Beginning at Wlcklitfo last Monday Judge O'Rear has ibsen conducting lite campaign in Western Kentucky his this weslt and the progress of speech-making tour has amounted to an almost continuous ovation. No ueb interest was over itakn im a Re Card of Thanks. publican candidate for governor in the grateful Wo wish to convey our etronsholds of Bcmccracy. thanks to our friends' for tholrltlnd-nei- s during and ivsp.jt shown us You don't haio to take (what the my the long MiKfes and cjath of other felloiw says politically. services think and act for yourself- - First It wife. We appryclaito th-flvery much, and shall .should bo made the principles and and synii-attonext the individual candidate should over remwmlHr thtlr knidness. appeal to the mind of the voter. Does JXO. W. THOMAS AND CHILDREN. you he stand for the tilings which L. & N. Rates. believe are for tho (best Interests of the State, and will he carry out those Effective S r,)t 1st, 1311, rates will principles If eeclted.. This should .be bo changed on tlckols to following measured by itiho Individual voter. points on 31. H. & E. to prices nam O'Rear" because ed b3fow:. The farrner6lovo JlaTford' t'o Centertown,. 18 &3nts, of the enemies he lias made among Hartford to Kronos, Ky., 32 cents. promoters and defenders of tho the Hartford to Samllbous, Ky., 37 cts. tobacco itrust. Ho does not and can Hartford to Moorman, Ky., 4C ots. not exp'ct any assistance from the Hartford to Di onion, Ky., 58 ots. American Tobacco Company. Will 61 Hartford to Lynn City, Ky., (ho Keniuaky tobacco growers assl&t his If they do they canin Har.'ford to Anton, Ky., 90 not expect much eyanipaihy and thoy All other stations same rate na In expect prominent men to cannot wrpm champion their cauikj they a'f.ct prior to September Int. H. E. M1SQHKE, Agt tf awed defendora In future conflicts. R-jaor Hartford, Ky., Aug. 19. 1311. GaWhereas, Our dear brother, briel J. Bean, has been called from relabors on earth .to ovenlastlrg freshment in the Paradise of God, after an honorable life of more years, mora it&an than eighty-seve- n fifty years of which be lived a zealous and upright Mason, and endeavthe ored to cultivate at all times noble tenets of our profession, therefore be it Reolvod, That In his doatih the brother, lodge has lost a beloved an honored Past Master and a uruu Mason .those influence for good has not died, ibut will on and on. Resolved. .That .wo tender to the family our heartfelt sympathy and who command itheni to that father never forsakes those .who put their trust in Him. Resolved, That we enldeavor to emulate the virtuous conduct, the zeal for the order and tho piety to God, of our deiwrttd Ibrother. Resolved, That these tokens of estoom be spread upon our records, published In the county papers and Home Masonic Journal, and a copy presented to the family, and of that we wear the usual badge mourning for thirty days.. J. P. SANDERFUR, C. M. CROWE, G. B. LIKENI3, Committee. X mail or bring it to our store, Then 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. TVith your X friends' help you can secure several hundred dollars worth of certificates every week. The piano Mill be given to the one securing the greatest number of certificates between September 1,1911, and May I, 1912. How toSecure tRis $350 Piano Free Cut out the coupon at the bottom of this advertisement, fill it in properly, Ju OUR PRICES WILL REMAIN as 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 thor-- ' oughly 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. t X X Come to the Play on BEGINS SEPTEMBER, ittest it, then enter your name on the contest which (Fill Oat, Cnt oat and mail or Store Today and see the Piano 1, 1911. king to onr Store.) Cut Out Sign Name gppPHHNnHHHMBHHHIWimnRWHHBMHi FAIR & CO., Hartford, Ky., ' I wish to nominate as a candidate in your piano contest t w I understand that is merely a nomination, not a vote, and does not obligate me in any way, Name Date Address Wood, of Ulclunond, the I t " our Big Industrial Edition will Ibe issued, and wo aro desirous of gAivdng as this odltion u big circulation possible, and eSc everyone to give us nwmes of relatives or friends that formerly lived In Ohio county, bo we may send tluu a copy of Tho Republican's Big Industrial EtMtloa. We want Just as laany names as poi- , slbla and wJc jouraltance. Vhm ' you think of sons out you "mould like An effort to being "maikTuiiou the to have receive a coty of lha paper , ftjfrfiart of aumo newspapers to confuso and thuy foruKriy tWed in Ohio counrgtlie Blnds of the voters concerning; ty, kt us nana the nae, au4 Just as the many as you a ityxtafe of. 4tf ffifea Jlepubiican pwuorm oa. g. -- home of candidate McCrany, Is out Is. latter explaining why he cannot Tola tho Democratic ticket this yeas. ilia cxiwsuro of McCrvaiiy's local option tendencks is extMmely Interest-luAlthough the question lias been submittal to the voters of his oie town a number of times Mr. MoCnoiry has always made It comvn-J- at to be absijut uach time and has committing lilmself avoided thus Unrougu tho iballot. a Names Wanted at Once. It will be oey a short time until Bring to pur Store Today Hartford, Jr. J&Gb LJ -- 4 V Kentucky: ifflLr J, .a5u 1 J P i BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pur The only" Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE Hon. ROYAL was th usnta Wcdncadwy afternoon of H&rtord vs. th Institute. Many amealne thintw took olaoa and It was enjeytd huely by a crcwd of fans, ciipoel of mamy loj-a- l rcobyra for the Ins'ditubs play3ra. Nlni Jnnlns vnra playJ aTd the ecorw rveulted 11 to 8 In favor of thelccals. Maga-zln- o maylns .tha s irvlofa of a repre- sotttaiivo in llartord, K' to look and to alter tubjorlptlon renewals extend circulation by special mnhoda whteli have proved unusually successSalary and" commission. 'Pre-yloful. not expirlenco desirable, Ibut oaaiUial, Wtolo time cr ir.are wlrli referenc s, J, F. Fairbanks, Good Housekeeping Magazine, 381 Fourth Ave., New York City. 7UJ iMemorlal scirvices were held at the Court House Tuesday oven Ins by the TVachor's Institute to ivy rjspect to .within four (teachers wlio had died tho lest yisar. Enlogl' a w ire made upon tho lives of Prof. Wayland Alexander, Prof. John C. Barnanl.Prof. J. W. Potty and Prof. Clayton Rhoads, tho fireakttB being Judgu J. S. Gl'iin, Hon. Ernest Woodward, Prof. Ozna Shultz and Prcf. Guy S. Bongs were rendered by the Knights of Pyihias iuartot. next Hartford Collego will open Monday Sept. 4 for the 1911-1- 2 school yNnr. The school building has .been given .a complete renovating amd the paper In saveral of tho rooms repaired, and tiverythdng Is in readiness for the opening day. The ColMgiobo Department will bo under thie supervision of Prof. H. E. Brown, Prof. A. Stevens. E. Ellis and Ilsa Winona Tho work In tho other grades will bo undr the charge of Prof. AV. It. Hadriok, Prof. AV. F. Anderson, Miss Hattfe G'lnn and Miss Anirti Eliza Koawn. The common schools of the country aro also starting out viih very bright prospects, and It Is that the hlgli per capita tills ypar will attract the 'best teachers to th) ser.vi.co ever known. us t'jmo-AddrosHazelrJgs-Ajppri'ipriate Nev Focll MISSES. Suits FOR and L.ADIES' We N have the first showing RW of the new fall garments and Hartford Republican, FIUDAYj R. E. Lee. Simmer man was In Loulavillo this v-- tsJc. transacted Rowan Holbroolc business iu Loulavillo Hi la week. Get our tow fall Suit made to n measure, d. BARNARD & CO. Mr. Mau-Tallo- SEPTEMBER 1. it will please us to show AIIIInolsContral Railroad Tlmo ,1 " them to you. M We 1 7 f 4, i Miss RuSh .Moorman, of South Car- rollton, Ky., visited Mrs. C. E. Mor rison this week. finnlli Ilomnl. North BnniKl. No. 121 dnell.Mi a. m. Mo. 132 due :05 ft in. Misses Eva and Ethol Morton, of No. 101 due 2.48 p.m. Llvorniore', artj the guests of air. and No.lMlufl2.:Sp. m. No. till dneStDp. m o.l02dn 2:48 p.m. Mrs. T. R. Barnard. Mrs. Bozarth, of Louisville, lfl the i M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. 'AV. Pintle, at Hartford, Ky. of East Hartford. &.Sc N. time card effective Monday L. B?gln Enter tho contest y. Aug. 21st. work and win the Piano Fairs' are . No. 112 Nonth Bound duo 7:19 a. m. going to give daily except Sunday. tho Mr A, M. Smilh. cashier of No; 114 North Bound dub 3:40 p. m. McHenry1 Deposit Bank, was hi the dally except Sunday. olty on business, yesterday. No. 115 South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. Mr. ard iMrs. B.. M. Taniv r and dally except Sunday. tho son, of Memphis, Tenn., were No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p m. guests of Prclf. and Mrs. W. R. Hed- daily except Sunday. rick this wook. H. E. MISCHKE Agt Mr. John iH. Barnes, cashier of tho Braver Dam Deposit Bank, was a All Slippers at low prices. pleasant caller at this office" Wednes BARNARD & CO. day afternoon. Piano contest btglns at Fairs' Messrs. Henry Plrtle, - of East Friday. Hartford: J. AA Foreman and E.F. Special prices to the teachers this Cook, of Sulphur Springs, were among l our callers Saatairday. weak at Fairs'. Dr. C. Ross Bannett, who is ach Mr L. C Acton, bf Olaton, paid us Notes from the Institute. lni Kfhiol at. Simmons. Ky.. is at Thuraday. " a call t Ohio In home this week attending the Interest your lodge or ohurah Institute. County Teach-.ir- a' Fairs' Piano contest. One of Dr. MutchWrte hobblta is tho and Mrs. Frank Hays, of Ow- Mr. "Mr. R. B. Thomson, the Etock dealensboro, are tho guests of Mr. and subjeot of agriculture. This Is one. of Tuesday. er of Horton, was In to wt, R. Plrtle, city, and 3Ir. and Mrs. his favorite studies and h never losllr. O. AV. Diff, of Narrows, was a J. AV. Partle. of near town. es an opportunity to put in a strong F. jplsasant caller at this office, yestcr- He has organized a word for it. $'day. When you ccme to the O'Rear apeak bring a dollar along fine corn growing club in. Warren amy size lug next Monday Window Shades made i to county, and is the lading factor in or renew witih you and B-- .s rollers. cloth and tho ibtg corn shctw that will be glvi.nl one year. The BARNARD & CO. In Bawling rGeen this fall. Hov. T. H. Balmaln will speak at Dr. S. W. Crowe, of Centatawn. McGrady School house Thursday,StfP- Prof.Bn C. Davidson, cC AA'hltes- paid The Republican, a pleasant call and ville. was a prominent visitor at the 7, at 7:30 p. m. Ladies . Tuesday.! children are Invited to attend. Institute th's wo-jk- . Why darn? Buy "Wunderhose" " Attorney S. A. Anderson and Col. The promenade at reoess was one of "Holeproof'' Hose at Barnard and C. M. Barnott returned to Louisville the features thatwasenjoyitlbymiany & Co's. a Tuesday morning after spending of the young teachers. Fairs' faw days here with their families. !A ornament to any hom-away. Piano they arc going to ghe Prof. Lafe Embry, of Balzetown, arNellie aliases HaznJ .Hcckw and Enter the coritwat and Irene, rived AVednesday to attend tho Plummer, uf Beaver Bam, and Cooper, iHon. W. S. Dean, of Dundee, the of Olaton, ara .visiting Mr. James Bowling, cf Nanrtfua.were lattors aunt, Mrs. Mary E. Toylor.this During the sessions AVednesday In among our callers, Tuesday. week. the absence of Supt. Leach at differ D. M. c7 fcnTknTtrtng and crochetof If you do not belUive that R. T. ent times, Prof. H.O . CrolWder, ing Bags, Sllpp.xa aid Collars. Her. tho saddler and harness man, Renfrew, acbed as Chairman, and & CO. BARNARD has some of the best saddles at tho was perfectly at home with this honor - Save your Just He has been teaching In tha public Cash Register Tickets. cheapest price you ever 6aw, 4t4 Every oustoon r gets tho discount go aud soe. schools continuously alnce lS87and all BARNARD & CO. .Muss Mabel of that tlmo ho has taught in only Mrs. AVI11 McLUw.il, Fair'a save you money, besides Jenkins and Miss Gladys Rhea, of three districts, with tho exc ptlon of Also during this entire give cash coupons with every pur- Central City, havs returned 'homo af one year. a visit with Mr. and Mrs. F. AV. tlmo his school has ibeon clos3 unough chase, ter to his home that It was unnecessary Typewriter paper in all grades, typo Plrtle. of East Hartford. for him to be away from home. Dr. M. II. Tappan, cf MadlsonvilUv writer ribbons and carbon piper for Republican who was In the J jwelny business In sale all the time at The Mls3 Anna Eliza Keown is making iM- - this city eevniol ytnirs ago, was tho a spl n'iMd secratary for the Institute. office. Trada at Fairs'. Cash Kano Cou aufcBit of his broth r, Dp J. B. Tap- Her work is done nicely and thw minMonday and Tuesday. utes gotten up In a splendid manner. pons given with every purchase, be- pan and family ginning Friday mornimg. Misses Lela MLschke. of Evamsvllle, and There ano Ju3t about as fine Hfiivrln, E. G. Bar-ras- s, and NoraSmiUi, of Mt Vernon, Ind., Messrs. iM. L. Ohio Mr. beautiful women attending the guests of be-athe city, and E, P. Taylor, of Bea- who liave County Teachers' Instltu'e as can bo ver Dam, have ivturnod from a so- anil Mrs. H. E. Mlashke for sovier.il found anjwhere on the top side of the Monday days, returned to their homes journ at Atlani'Jc City. eanth. The men, of course, are not amy kind morcingj pretty, but th.y are an Intelligent, wimi you need drugs of Mrs, Marion Faugtt.our splendid cor honorable set of gentkimenl whpso ploas? dont forget THE OHIO COUNCentral Grove, and iMlss whoso hearts are In tho right place. TY DRUG CO., has the Quality and rosiwuuknt at 5tf Rosle Loney, of Central Grove, and is right also. the price Ohio county has one teacher who city, iw.ine pleasassistant Mrs. A. J. AVIll'ams, Mr.W. T. Pendleton uSflee, is also an official of this county and The Raiiubliioan agent at the local L. anil N. offloo, ant ivlsltors at that is Esq. J. C. Jackson, who Is AWdnesday. Wednesday (from Evansvillo, returned district. magistrate In the Dr. and Airs. E.NG. Rhoads and two where ho biul boon erxAling a fdv He was on hand promptly Monday liave daughters, of Sliefflald, Ala., g days.'' .. . 1.)1.- - morning roidy for work. - - 11.. h on Patent J-Get our Dr. Mutchlor arrived early Monday ' , Prescriptions .beforo ModleloM and moraine fnem Contra! City wherw ha . vve you giugoswhere. We? can spent Sunday night His Instruction money. Attorney E. M. AVoodward and sis- Is lllwd by the teachers opid the visiCO. OHIO COUNTY DRUG Ctf supan la ardrnt He ter, Misa Corlnre AVoodward, Jeft yes- tors. Users of carbon paper should try terday for thcilr porter nd like his baseball of Calhoun, Ky In tha - (urnnu "Echo1 carbon paper. canoe. "AVater AVlteh." Tliey will other woik, goes Into fct with a vim. Ouarantoed the oeat papsr on the make tho entire trip In tho canoe and He Is a member of the bawnball team c'imposed ct the membera of tho fac- aarket. Sold toy Tbe Hartford expect to return Saturday. 4itf- ) Bawling- Green. Alias Nettie GUwplle returned homo ulty of the Normal at Cwebiw &) Co., Funeral Dl- - jast .week after sp.iadlng se.vei'Al iwoolw J. F. AVhlle we have n ver taught school awuiufXWtora awl Eniuaners. aii .i" vidtung in liosKpoi" snw Mv.ns..... tl - v,w feel that it would'not be wrong L .... . . t. . t ,.mA,A r uanjoa noun) oy uer uuueuia, una. Dronnuuy ana caresuny wkjw. i. to suasest it that more attMuQoii. ba .... o. juoKinney. iirs. Ji. u. iwm uuui paid to the subject of civil goviern-msn- '. iy or niaht. BuUi ud.loo. ArnvlUa Miy. CBeavwr Dam, Ky. duhU.r, tf as well us agriculture and oth '. "I mli.nl .iitlll uwct Hial.i n kvt..iul.'wli vfdl... ..m.Ua . , uay &i,vtj tare mh er subjects that have town recently r There (wui 'be aft an the ilathodlst Chujrch at Rcsine JJie ?oa next Wwlooaday niglit, viin'd and biicpgiht into tlw scluwls, .P tttcona Kunuay air boiiuuu'juh ur, man ri me Jeffries-Johnso- Hjism juiiuse mo -- It would be a good ldra (or the itieach fight will and jwie invited to attend awl to era to each take tlmo about shown in navls nteturea. This it thwir dlneors. brfng tlwlr pupils to tlw county . . - .. r- - when the flecal court Is In session Atfeoj-ni- r "v i k. smitn re-- w la acd wt an idea how tbi. bounty M Moiy mi'nixsjd. This is a of'olvil " Mr- - and Mrs. TK-unHf with ' is treated .0. Vony brOaf- - JLi Om of Mm wok jt,on,tiRe gawica ia'jted his HtUe wJ p. nte-t- t to Httnact'd this yoar ly la tlgo ondioary text back. cif .ba.ll l'.h: Mary I to-da- Tablo. At Boaver Dam Ky. sell the GARMENT ( famous - PALMER never fails to satisfy, and in .in i such points as correct style, high quality of workmanship, desirable models, snappy cre ations, perfect fit, we are abundantly able to please ycu. HZfJEMagBHJIHMIiga f E. P. BARNES & BROS., Beaver Dam, Ky. EX-MAY- OR WOODS RE- PLIES TO THE HERALD Comes Back stfb-crlb- e at Local Organ and are 150,000 Says There -- ' ' "Floaters in Kentucky. i a .. 'e. i ... r, 1 ltk n M-ta- u. OeA tJiacua trii.,tt tU tjSjT?' """ " a " " dHuchtr, iilm Xkrtfw tt iit ." Itlchmond, Ky., Aug. 29, 1911. Editor Hantford Republican: lnot the Hartford Herald's disagneivmemt: All photograps and cuts for that with Judiso O'Rear's charge are 70,000 vota--a oiver Ken- Our Big Industrial Edition takes to please everybody will pleoso "Them tucky who will sell theCr suffrage In must be in this office by to- ndbody; if it is hoivsit and sincere rethe market" His righteous indigna- morrow, Saturday, 6 o'clock and thoughitiful, the public will spect It. tion Is aroused over .this charge, and p. m. or they will be too late he thinks this untrue statement should Alva Clayton Rhoads. for publication THIS IS FIbo rotonfctd hy all parties." Alvah Clayton, son of David NAL. SI I was astounded at Judge O'Roar's and Lula Lony Rhoads, iwas born. oa abov described, bold allegation May 22nd 1S92. He died July A Fierce Night Alarm. 1. which he made In his Ellzabothjtown He united with the Baptist Is the hoars?,startillns cough of a child sjw ph. But, my dear brother editor, In Beaver Dam, Ky., Nov. after a little reflection I am nsjonish-- d sudd illy attacked iby croup. Often it church member, aroused Lewis Chamblln, of "Manches- 1908, and lived a falahful he did not ray there were 150,000 had "floaters" in Kentucky. In my own ter, 0., (R. R. No. 2.) for thjirfour loved by all, until death. Ho himstlf to teach in tiio county of Madison, the liome of can- children woto greatly subject toctoup prepared often heard "SorcDtimui In a vire attacks," he schools of the State.and was a suc-ce- ee didate iMeCroary, I In hla profusion. His aims In would It s.tatod by ofifictrs of tiio county wrote "we wens afraid they him very best ivflSDai for die, but since we prowl wliat a cer- life were high, but Cod called who had the knowing, that thre were fifteen hun- tain rem dy Dr. King's New Discov- to live in "The Bttur Land" when dred (1,500) "floaters" in tha,t Blu ery is, we have no fear. AA'e rely on his career on earth had justbegun, Cent, of It for crouip and far coughs,colds or his many frientls mourn their loss. Grass county. That is 23 which Its total wui.ing streugth! As thore any throat or lung"' trouble.''' So do "But earth hath no eonows may you. Heiven cannot heal." So His ipastor. I believe as many good people In thwufcands lf others. aie A. B. GARDNER. my coun.y as in the next best coun- Asthma, Hay Feer, La Grlppj,A'hoop ty lu Kentucky, and jou knuw thero lng Cough, lkmorrhag.3 fly b.foro It . are 119 countlo3 In nil Just mult'ply 50c and $1.00. Tilal buttle fro-.'- Said m .by 1,500 and you have the by all druggists- the same on applauding sum of 17S.500 "tooii Aviation Meet. the market" in Kentucky! As MadiLouisville. Ky., Sept. 2, 3 and 4. son is above tho average in 'size, we L. and N. will sill round trip tickets mii&ht scale tlw figure douu to 150,-00for tills occasion for one and une-tliltbut It 13 absolutely a most fare, 11U3 25 cents, $4.45. Dates figure which Judge O'Rvar nam s as the sum total of our pur- of sale, S.,irt. 2, 3, and 4. Return lim100 lbs. Gran. Sugar . ...?G.50 II. E. MISCHKE, Agt, chasable citizenship! You are at lib- it Sept. 5. erty to write to any official of Mad15 lbs. Gran. Sugar 1.00 Kills a Murderer. tho ison county for verification of A merciless murderer Is Appendicitis, 50 lb. can Pure lard 5.50 But suppose figures given by in many victims, but Dr. King's you call asddo any one of your own with 1.40 ,by prevention. 49 lbs. Victor Flour count hausa officials and aak him es- Nw Lire Pills kill it They geiVly stimulate etcniaoh, livir 48 lbs. Bob White timate the floaters in Ohio county, Flour 1.25 tfog- that and let oJher editors whost righteous and bowels, prventlc curing 48 lbs. Town Talk Flour 1.15 gmg tliat Invites lnd.gnuUon has .Ken aroustl by Judge O'Roar's charge do so, aud you 'Constipation, Headache, Bllllousiuoss, 24i lbs Victor 70c druggists. lu will inrofcajbly bo faiud on. iho sidy of Chills, 25c at nil 24 lbs. Bob White G5c the Judge, who Is palntdug the State Rates to Louisville of Kentucky, scars and all, and when Excursion 24 lbs. Town Talk GOc admit Fair Sept. 9th to 16th- ha gets through we shall all 0 boxes the crying noed of a "Corrupt Pracflaro 3.40 for round trip. Dates and of sale September 9th to 10th Inclutice Act" to punish the vvnal Matches . 20c protect tho weak among us, who aw sive. Limited to September 20, 191L 3 lbs. Best Rico 20c such an important element in every 1L E. MESCHICE, Agt. elvjctlon in every county in pur State, 3 lbs. Keg Soda 10c 1 darvj say! Respectfully, He's Used to It. 3 boxes Table Salt C. E. WOODS, Democrat. 10c It costs a n?wt?,iapor niony evory on any question, 3 bars "White Floating time it tali?s a stand Tho article above refeerrd tlo appeared in a receuii Issue of the Hartford says on exchange. Almost any citizen Soap 10c beiluVa a neiwk(ffliper mau can do it Heiald as follows: Elizabeth-town- , without lnjurytag bis business. If the "lu bhotKMring speech at linproytnuents tho Judge O'R'or said: Talrelhii editor advocates over lCk.niii(Cky,"and ithern ane more soreheads go after him and rtmetlniea than 70,vO0Ohk'H who will soli Ihelr stop their paiper. If he oypoa.s to?, suffrage in tho market 'This is a bold and a scandalous charge to be brought against the voters of Wo do not believe It is true, and we believe the honest yeomanry of tho State, regardless of political affiliations, will resent the charge at tho polls in November. This swiping charge against all voters alike is unworthy the man who as an aspirant for the highest office within the of the State." g'f t of the Ken-tuclcy. 35IKTuX-.- . proveniente tlie progressive sort got after him and call Urn a bask number and a knocker. Jif he publishes politics tho oposttion go s into his hairand iC he do.a not he is charged with belns afraid to stand Out for his opinion. IE lip condemns ma ord r houses.theivt arc some i wjple who ask him to attend; to his ow.n business, as they have a right to trade wlipre tht.y please. If he publishes a mail order aid, swnto or the merchants are after his gore. No country paper can comu out squarely without making entanics and losing monity.and in tho run of a year or more will Incur aoans criticism from evurj'body. The newspaer tliat undjjr 1 21st-191- ie pr SPECIAL 0, rd Cash Prices, oplp-ndiclt- is, For-get-mo-n- ot Hartford Grocery Co. v 1 Show Horses at Indiana State Fair HXfJ Business Building By AdTortialn 23lrooarjr Ctrmtt M D. rHOrXMKOlTJML. JMr, . O. Owrt-- T. DUTIDAS HENDERSON Mvmjer of tho C. H, Xlrrrv 'n Co. itf Chtenso. 033 WSMm hi Big Draft Horses Imported Not only does tho Indiana State Fair show tho mngnlflccnt horses that tre already In tho State, but each fear magnificent Percherons, Belgians, Clydes Shires and other broods of royal blood that aro Imported from France, Germany and appear at tho Indiana Fair Theso ImportIn largo numbers. ed animals are tho choice of theso Bel-glu- from France and Germany. foreign lands, all of them being prize winners In tho great horso shows of Paris, .London, Antwerp and Other European capitals. Some of them aro Jfri j scon at the Indiana Fair In showy SfJ"'&Q yonfflcwea t teams of two, four and six; they conftdvcriisma oy r C? supptfao test for ribbons In the arena of tho was CE. ZIMMERMAN CO. conspicuous In coliseum, and thoy are CHICAGO. tho Buperb parades that aro given in PERSISTENT ADVBUTdSlXO the night shows. BlilNGS BUSINESS SUCCESS Jf the money that Is .spent every advertisers .by "occasional" year were addod up It would be found, to fc ii amount to a largo sum. By "occasion (using al" advertising 1 mean tho of spaco at Irregular pertods in your newspaper. Local publicity is otten done this way under l(o gxcuba of helping tho paiperVbut tlw roal rtason, If tho advortWor could he eat to ad about mit it, is that ho is thta ma'itcr. He partly looks upon addan vertising as a iuxuryanyhaw, curtails his expenditure on. it to the lowest limit. Although the retailer may regard publicity as a luxuny, it yot fxvrrra to be a dnjom on his pant that one day he will maJe some ueal success and a handsome fortune through advertising., Indeed, down deep in all that Mailers' hearts is a foellng Ready for Judging In the ndlana Coliseum. money can positively be made througi reboth American and Indiana breeder According to U. S. Government huge advertising. Thoy luiow that ports, the value of tho cattle on In- associations. Tho cattle shows will bo held in tho fortunes have been and aue ibeing pil the diana pastures Is $173,859,671, and coliseum both morning and afternoon flower of these herds will be seen In of the Fair, with band concerts, and ed up .by retail merchants with iheal tho cattle shows at tho coliseum of at the same time great shows of light of Uils llmpless force, and they have the Indiana State Fair, week of Sept. harness and draft horses will be held. secret hopes that one day they p.lso 4. It Is doubtful If any fair In the These day shows will bo open to all may strike the royal road .to success lies country, Including the International visitors without oharge. They will bd If tiiey but kraow it that road exhibition, has a cattle show that out- much more than brilliant spectacle! straight and plain before every ranks that of tho Indiana Fair. The of live stock will prove a source ol in the country if ho would prizes are rich In both beef and dairy Inspiration and Information to all own. only Qpenbls eyes to see it. classes, and tho quality of the stock Is ers of cattle and horses who would Xew ithe. grcot John Wauakfer, always very high, not only Including Improve their own herds. Stripped York and, Philadelphia retail merchan of displays, th the best herds of Indiana but many of every other line on one occasion said: "Adiventls from other States, in addition to the cattle and horso shows of the Indians by the State Board of State Fair would In. themselves make liiigdoesn't jenk; it nulls." Jtjxglp awards made Agriculture, cups, gold medals, and tho big exposition worth while to tht very sentliy at first, but the pull is steady. It Is likened to a teamjiull money prizes will also be given by farming people of the State. lng a load. A thousand spas modlc, jerky pulls will not budge that .the force" in steady load, whle one-ha- lf moweffort will start and keep it oemcc Big Cattle Show at the State Fair half-heart- ed for a faw oreidfi3f, . ijii to attend to t u kncix- how long your !r . mould Jed iwndor such ooiiftlltU.twJ. with It is tlKt'ecEio In naTOpaper adyorUsing. Publicity ycur ftawspap'or in simply HiLeamannliip on jiapcr, and tho swrno ruku apply to It aa apply to salasmansbto in your otaro. Continuous effort nnl btcroial polish! ng of itkaa and miitliodo nro nooossary to mako sucoiss tiltiior as a aioTfiooal salesman In your aooro or as a Bxtesman In your nfiwspoTwr. You aidiWTtlflo to sell your goods and keep your name in frcot of tho p oplo. It Is only rcasonablo to eup-pothai you will bo bettor ablo to porslafemt do eiort with this If than with spasmodic attempts. you wne to otll a man or woman, dally about itho Quality and (prices of your wares you would produce nioro o!foct than If you were to talk to himior hor at contain lntorvals. Tbo question of chanorns Un or "copy" in your 'advertising space is an Important one. It a acts this (way: Suppose you ihad pllo of some special goods for Kile. Sirposo you Nore dotioninlnil to sell samo of, those goods to some pai1tl?u-l- ar customer. JUter jou had asked that customer to buy Uioi'o goods would jou, tho nert. tlmo you approach her, and use exactly tho same language would You know jou arguments? not You would hunt up rpw ldwls to attract her attention, new ways of convincing her and ndw methods to get her to buy. You must apply the'&aime principles to your advertising. You must ibe continually Jiunt; and lng up idoas, new argumemts new .ways of attracting and holding attention. Salesmanship in oewapaper space Is Just the sam as salesmanship behind your counter. 1uj ity thucix iu-- p so ralcs-manship uat tlown o H, MtMr OwiMMmr; H. T. OIWmi, t, Nwr-kJtirjr Fund; T. K. TruH n O. Xaown JtmrUtmi. eony flrwt Mow-da- y I.n Btafk. hi TubntLty am! continue Oiree Mreelwj third Monday. In April, twowwW coml Momtay In June, three wekJ third Monday In Oetor two wekB. CoMHty CourL-- K. H. Weddlflir, Juagej W. 8. Tlnsy, Clerk, C. K. SmltH, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes ftrt Monday In each month. Quarterly Quarterly Court Begins on the fourth Monday In February, May, August anil November, first TuesCourt of day in January and first Tuesday In October. Other Countv Officer c. a. Moey, Purveyor. I'oKHvllle, Hy., It. K V. NO. 21 uernuru I'Oiix .AMeseor, iiari-fbrKr n. V. D. No. 2! lltmry Leach, Vt. A. II. llartfordj Superintendent, iiucy, v.oroner, iiuriionu JUSTICES' COUUTS. B. 8. Chamberlain. Hartford. Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December. u. 15. scott, vromweu, weunesuay aito 3rd Monday in March, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in June. Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December. John H. Miles, Itockport, lrrlday after 3rd Monday in March, Friday after 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd Monday In September, Friday after 3rd Monday In December. J. C. Jackson, Centertown. Saturday after 3rd Monday in March, Saturday af tor 3rd Monday in June, Saturday after 3rd Monday in September, Saturday after 3rd Monday In December. M. C. Cook, Ilenfrow, Tuseday after 2nd Monday in February, Tuesday after 2nd Monday in May, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd juonaay in iMovomber. Thomas Sanders, Dundee. Wednesday after the second Monday In February, Wednesday after 2nd Monday in May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in August. Wednesday after 2nd Monday In November. C. V. Miles, Fordsvllle, Thursday 2nd Monday in February, Thursday after after 2nd Monday In May, Thursday after 3rd Monday In August, Thursday after 2nd Monday in November. J. L. Fatton, Ralph, Friday after 2nd Monday In February, Friday after 2nd Monday In May, Friday after 3rd Mon-a- y ,'n August, Friday after 2nd Monday Jn November. HA11TFORD POLICE COUItT. C. M. Crowe, Judge; G. B. Ukens.CIty Attorney; Sam Riley, Marshal; Court convenes second Monday In each month. 'T,cly Councll-- J. H. Williams, Mayor; IU 0?. Collins, Clerk; S. K. Cox, Treasurer. Members of Council, T. R. Barnard, W. J. Bean, W. M. Fair, Pen Taylor. W. E. Ellis, E. P. Moore, cSotji,Tr,uste1?-- JS. Glenn, chairman; - Secretary, C. M. r'n?" Zlniley- and Dr. Barnott. Crowe B. B. Pendleton. F. Mrkha4, Jtrdfatt MtorntrigW V, MWWff.-Jitflr- ; SMfAM, Olrh; T. U. Fe Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law )(t Oil Will prMtkw Mb pnofo-O- B ftnd iwljoAftlixr ooun4is. Cotnnreal and OrtanlwU PreU a Specialty. 0. U. fiARNRTT Crt Dt-- '. Blk. HaTFD, KY. O.K. Smith Attokneys.at Law, IIARTFOUD, - KY. Will practice their profession In all th courts ot Ohio and adjoining col and Court of Appeals. Sp- - it attention given to all buslnr euirusted to their care. Collections atj the Practice of Criminal and Real Estate Lai Specialties. Office la Republican building. barnett & smith, ' 4 jf I yi Clainje-Conve- nee d. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, - KY. practice his profession In Ohl and adjoining counties and In ths Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty, Office In the Her aid building. Will FRANK L.FELIX, Attorney at Law i TANCYL.MOSLET, HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In all ths Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court ot Appeals. Also Notary Public Office over First National 1 Bank. , JOHN B.WILSON CHAS. M.CROWB WILSON & CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD, - KY. cr Special Features of Live Stock ing. -- Here is the solution in a nutshell steady effort. The nxfchanitiw ho ures "occasionally"1- - Is niTwsrapcr epace staply wastlrg his etforte. It is tJho steady pounding and pounding again lihat makes success in advortisintg as in evenythlng vise. All advertising is good in proportionate d,J3AiJ to haw It is done, and oven occasional advertising has some value, butt to hi successful to the point af iperman-ynU- y Increasing jour bank account, It must ito done iKTslatently and ".ydtematically. "What would you say, about a ctork ycur In your store who waited on customers for a day or two and then i a pt i ufr . A Team of Six at State Fair Coliseum. The Indiana Stato Fair is going to its greatest strength of numbers and to immensely rich in features for ad- splendor. Every morning, afternoon and night mirers of flno livo stock horses, cattle, sheep and swine. Tho Fair al- there will bo elaborate shows of beet ways holds one of tho largest sheep and dairy cattle, light harness, draft and saddle horses and ponies and ewlno shows- - to bo seen in the coliseum. Theso shows will in tho be on United States, while tho horses and such pretentious scale that a visitor down stairs at times on my hands cattle not only numbor hundreds of may, If desired, spend tho entlro day and knees. My doctor told me I animals, all of them sleek In their viewing the spectacles presented in had an acute attack of inflammatory beauty and of bluest blood In quality, the coliseum. I was in the hospital seen In the beautiful coliseum In recent years the night shows have rheumatism. will be for weeks, but was scarcely able to in ring shows and special events, and been attended by crowds which fill walk when I left it. I read about when not In tho arena they will be tho big building the largest of its on view In the large and spacious kind in the United States. With the Dr. Miles' Nervine barns. To tho visitor to the Fair, the collsoum filled to Its capacity, with a bought a bottle and began to get live stock gives an Idea of the wonder- band concert, a great show of horses ful advancement Indiana is making In tho Immense arena, the coliseum better from the start, and for the In developing this rich resourco of tho presents a glowing picture tho llko ol past six months I have had scarcely State, for it la only at tno rair mat wblcb Is unforgettable to one who any pain and am able to walk as well as ever." J,H. Sanders. the Indiana llvo stock is gathered lnviows It P. O. box 5, Rockaway, N. J. Few medicines are of any benefit for rheumatism, but Mr. Sanders 1 tells plainly what Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine did for it. One " ... Tueailay. Scut K pae m.nu ...iiv irnn tue trotting aud i iJiiirv ' . . . .l,00 ounce of salicylate of soda added to race- - at the Indian. Stat. Kalr Si:o trot ..... up ouo of a tronet- -- J pare i"", made ........,.....a. l,O0( one bottle of Nervine makes an ex! ........ J.OOt cellent remedy for rheumatism, racing program. ol the wrest Awerl- -- M trot Some court. have wlyea acn.atlonalhorae.f .Wedneadnr. Sept per-Jwhich is now known to be a nervtrot .91,001 track, 3IK pare over ftu. Indiana t. .......,, . . a.ow ous disease and therefore subject to hold the world' race ree- - aiOO trot , ki7h no l.oot tue flne,t ,u ,he UilJ pace 1I5HI, the influence of a medicine that acts i,oo racluic urogram for the a iSO trot for -- 2o?rr. . eoc through the nerves, as does &lr -- urlua- the week. ol Sept. -,4 Thur.dar. brut. T - -,,.... . .. ... ....., t . ,91,001 t'iu'h"e total SilH .vu- Dr. Mile.' Nervine .K..m- - Sill trot ,,, trot "" iJild. "ibere IMP half of them20,000 2IH trot ......... i ore aeala (or ,... s,W Sufferers from rheumatism seldom 1,001 free V'lit track, pace ll i.oot ure.le-- t trolter. ?;0r."t.tort. The bl America clr. Krldar, sept, b fail to find relief in the use of the lad iacert -- from In the varloua ercnta. 2i2I trot .......,., fl,00l Dr. Miles' Nervine, with salicylate ??. will - tart SliUV pace 2,004 dar lollorl Thi event- lor eeh trot Ilor.e World at.llloa atakepace.. 8,0ut of soda. Monday, UtU 4 3,504 We.trru lluraeman .take ,l,,,ii":iZ?THk The rare, will each dar lieKla at Sold undsr a guarantee 7.t.ru llortcmaa .lake (trot) BOO p. in., and concert IH be by tho la. tho return of the'pHco of thethat assures first bottle .. J'SSJf dlanapelta' MIIILry baa. If It fall to benefit At all Druggist Vco. 4,000 Ljlne World .tallloa "I was Crippled, could hardly walk and had to Crawl outlined. manship on paper I have epace He can purchase advuTtishig readily enough and so long as he ibuy enough space for a long enough period to make a suoces.'Jful display he has done all that the successful merchant can do in that respect. But when it conies to filling the space the question assumes a different shape. is a lAxlvertlsjinent constructing profession .Woe medicine or law. Wbei you are elck you go to a physician toning Wlhen your business Wants up, why should you not go ito a business doctor? an advertising exrlsrt? There are on tho market a number of wt.it ana called Syndicate Adu'ortis-In- g Services. TliiW can be obtained week. for as low as one dollar per saimo They give you precisely tho 1 iparunent seiwlco as Is given to by stores and national advertisers fiTst-claindividual advertising managers. Thse srinvlcos are lusually supadverplied In a xirieJ of fifty-tw- o tisements, one for each .week in the j'ear, tog her with fifity- - two copper-lat- e cuts of high grade Illustrations drawn by high salaried an'Jsts. Tha by advertisements are conatruptoid reputation national of wrltera and wUh groat exijrience, men who haivo made success for thousands of other letnllero In ,h Bmo poslUon as yourself. The low price charged is only for these advertisements made possible because of thousands of the same advertisement that are sold to different merchants through out the country. One oniy merchant in ach town is allowed to usd the service for his own trade theso Particulars of the best of syndicated advertising services Bnay be had from tho editor of this Journal, and I earnestly advise jou, as merchant, to get thbm an at once. "The early bird catches the worm' i true saying and it 13 nowhere better exemplified than in a this cate; th, retailor who uses service of. diis kind hero no,w will start himself 0 a naar cut to Inde pendence and fortune. I ss te The trouble the ordinary stonekieefP-e- r is up against Is securing this sales- RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church South Services and evening every first and third day in eacii month. Sundav Sclionl 9?4S Main St., opposite Court House, a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. Jtev. Virgil Elgin Pastor. Baptist Church Services every Sunday morning and evening. Sunday s:fo a. m. Prayer meeting every School Wednesday evening. Rev. J. W. Bruner, Christian Church Services every fourth mloa,yoa4 Up.a m. - nnd 7 Sunday Elder W. B. Wright Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun. ties, and) In the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal monrlng practice and to collections. Office on Sun- J. NEY FOSTER' Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. Ohio County X All Matters Given Prompt AttenPENSION AFFIDAVITS A tion. SPECIALTY. OTTO C. MARTIN S. P. McKENNEY. pastor. Sunday Scool .v.P month Church-Servi- ces at 11 9:15. first Sunday in a. m. and 7 p. m. SOCIETIES. SECRET Hartford Lodtre No. ers. v. a nr meets first and third Monday night in each month. Owen Hunter, W. M., L. P. Foreman Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. 110. R. A. meets every third Saturday night M.. in each month. John T. tinn tiii. ' W. S. Tinsley. Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. SI. O. meets second and fourth Monday E. S.. & Anderson, W. M. Miss Secretary. Rough River Lodge No. 110, Knights of Pythias, meets every Tuesday night. C" C" J Ney Foster- - IC or R &asPan' Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M., meets every first and third Thursday night R. D. Walker, Commander; L. P. oreman. Record Keeper. Sunshine Hive No. 42. L O. T. M.. meets every first and third Friday night in each month. Mrs. Attye Griffln.Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Carpenters and Joiners local 1881, meets 1st Saturday night in eachNo. month. Noah Skaggs, Pres.; w. D. Luce, r.i... even-t',(U-ii- Martin & McKeiey Hartford, Ky. General Insurance Life, Accident. SicK and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. Sec-Ac- Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. F.. second and fourth Friday nightmeets in each month. W. ,R. Hedrick Noble Grand C Al. Barnett Secretary, Ohio Tribe No. 183, Imp. Order Red Men, meets second nnd fourth Wednesday night in each month. James C. Ben- em" " E' Fute' ChIof of Records Hartford Camn. tv. n w vr mn n w ETirannder' Thomas Williams; Clerk" Preston Mnrtnn Pnot V nat holds regular meetings Sa'turday before the first Monday in each month. Ah. Commander; J. M. Rogers, AdJt A Electric Bitters Succeed whea everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. dlanapollB, Iod. Dime uiiicers: H. M. Fromnn, Carroll county, Pres. T. T. Barrett, Henderson county Vice Sea-Trea- A. S. of E. National Officers:- Presldent-- M. F. Sharp. Narrows, Ky. Vice President J. M. Woods. Secretarv.Treasurcr s. n T,v,mn t.. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE k 1st the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. t Racing Program at the State Fair I iv-- ................. Hoard of Directors. Ben Watson, Warren county: C. M. Barnett, Ohio county; A. II. Brooks, Bracken county; It. J3. I. Ruy, Hardin county, and J. l Doss, Muhlenberg county, Ohio County Officers: Diarrhoea la always nioro or less 8. U Btevens", Pres , Beaver Dam.Ky. , Henry Pirtle, Sec. Hartford, Ky. d Ue proaknt during SrUiu-rD. Ford, Treas., llurtford, Ky. Cujlc, for It. Chamberlain's COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Is Cholera and Diarrhoea Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. prompt and effectual. It can alwaytj 1. U U. Tlchenor, Hartford, It. JP. D. No. 6. be depend! upon and te pltnoinit to 2. U. C. Hartford, Reynolds. Ky. 3. II. B. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. n bake. For sale by all druggists. 4. B. U Alford, White Run. Ky. 5. Richard Plumer, Taylor Mlnes.Ky. f. J, L. Brown, Rockport. Ky. pro-raro- President. S. B. Itobertson, McLean county, s. O. P, Itoemer. Warren rnimtv aon M OrKanlzer. C. C. Allen, Henry county, and Lat-tl- e Graves, Allen county, Assistant state organizers. rn SEEDS' BUCXMrS SUM SVCCHB! JlUa lillUli, Bntim mils rou oar nersuuitat eultomer. SPECIAL OFFER: ' to AtrUlwUl 1 UesMt.fS..K Write I 11 tha flnMt TmSU mlandld I O.I. bMt Trt. this Ptptr. to com SENI I "4 . O Off fWUMtMHI lMstrHUt-saUiU ftU MO IM J lull, sii tad CENTSTftlsftkU 1 ! r wlito ,H.W.Bu fta ol EiJ. PhaWu Wf uurwita mj ttna sMt UU ....,,..........,.,, WANTED A man IQH 0NS- - '".a&oim !. ' . Free-for-a- ilkt In eash toeallty. To join the Supreme Counoll of this soelety Csrtlfleates and Introduee our Muit among- - friends and aoqualntanses. tie between If and 80 years ef ace. Give pay cash beneall or only spare time. We fits for sickness, Injuries, aseldsnti and Can dsaths. Kxperlanoa net make from U0.W to mf 00 a menth an4 up. jwofltaWe profss. A pleasant and hlhly slen. Every member ewe4 msuna a certain assured Inoem far you every month thereafter. Why net t Into bust. NOWT No Mptta! ne4. or woman Bflt yrrv w.v ttwrmun CAVey- , -s rflvlr y ft99creejofiar YtOffAtaesiaL W "7eearsitrjAfs ! il'S " naery, 7?iui47,?fvefc&''JtsiJJ ri Ssmessjfftmfsve0it ' A9arcA 7yjBeuvt & ti) r ?5to ai lo ejCSjn & -- At OaauI fr yrs.f ta tuirtlawlArB. or jE?osWa 1?, I tJ?vc6 MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, ' I d. ipX LA.293, C0V1WCT0N,KY. r 'r, z j' iiinjxsi'fmM I' frr--.- T' Fbr Sale fBaatsem lUMIttMtt WHS. CHRIST TO GOME BACK NEXT YEAR Dowie Desciples I IN ALL COUNTRIES. JgmUtH direct Washington saves timiA tmontf una ojirn imr jaieni. rum iM MfiM(mMt pncfles uciutiniy. WASHINGTON, D. C. rM NmH Mtentfl, trada &rfca.l 'n mAA wlmo1l,l I f Real Estate! SO Acres of. the finest Rough river bottom land located three miles west of Hartford. About 20 acres In cultivation. Good dwelling and out buildings. A bargain for $1,2G0. Tfcer promliK to enlarge wad b;enutlfy It, glviDg four Hfelh cme rrjpf cjiAb aaA the fairest faojs, for a naro IfyoulutthumKctthlslntehyuu will find there is n good long ell hitch er ed'Jto thy othyr end, rwhen au Bang. alto-gAh- Aids Nature The great success ot Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical D!s covery In curwA weak stomachs, wasted bodies, weak lungs, and obstinate and lingering coughs, is based on the recognition of the fundamental truth that "Golden Medical Discovery" supplies Nature with body-buil- d muscle-makin- g !ng, materials, in condensed and concentrated form. With this help Nature supplies the necessary strength to the stomach to digest food, build up tiie body and thereby throw off lingering the obstinate coughs. The "Discovery" digestive and nutritive organs in sound heclth, purifies and enriches the blood, and nourishes the nerves in short establishes sound vigorous health. tissue-repairin- File Declara- WWH to Ut at Ut Mk Mmt, mw VtIM 0tetw rttm 0m, I tion That He is Due in November. aid-vo- different man conva back iwtth which jau can got only by ibuylng a coatiy frame. Sic Vim', Tis)! ' "H stH 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE ksBlBlSlSiaiSiaisslSlSSSB We have 468 acres ot tlao bottom land from one and a halt to two miles of Hartford, part of It with Umber. Also about 75 acres of upland belonging to the same tract. Terms easy. story fmme lf A now ono and building with five rooms and large recptleon hall, built out of tho best Situated on Clay selected material. and Frcdrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. Lot 60x205 feet. Fine well of soft water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. one-ha- lf k ' H I B Designs - Trade Marks COPYniQHTS A.C. Anyone landing a (ketch nnd description may nntokir Ascertain oar onlnlon froe whether an Intention U probably patentnrtlo. Commnnlnu Uoas strictly conudeiitlal. HANDBOOK on Patent sent free Oldest agency for securuiffpatent. Patent taken through Mann A to. recolrs tptclat notUt, without chareo. In tlio Scientific Hiacrican iJireest elr. eolation of any srlentlllo journal. 1 orme, 13 a yeur: tour months, L Soldi) J all newsdealer. A handsomely lllnttrated weeMr. nine room two story dwelling In Centertown, Ky., has eod d&' Good MUNN &Co.3B,Broadw"WewYork Branch Office, (35 V Bt, Washington, D. C. term, good cellar, never falling well of water, good stable and other out buildings, one acre lot of ground. A Subscribe for The Republican -- $1.00 per year. uplendld location for family residence and hotel. Price and terms reasonable. Apply to HARNETT & FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Ky. v3 GEO. TV. POSITIONS GUARANTEED the required for our graduates. As soon as number of students this offer will bo withdrawn. So write at onco for particulars. V. position If GUARANTEE need many WE will us real soon. We tbe a get more enormous demand at once to supply we you you FOR FLETCHER'S Chicago, Aug. 19. Tho socond of Chrlt upon earth and tho rem is uniting of the lost tribes of Israel For bowel complaints in ohlldron will occur some tlmo In November of always give Chamberlain's Colic 1912, according to a declaration fllod Cholera and Diarrhoea ftamedy nnd in tho office of the County Uocord-o- r. castor oil. It is certain to affect a water oune and whon reduced iwith Thla romarkablo document, which and awocitenud is pleaaanit to take. fixes tho monWh of tho second coming No physician can prescribe a better of itho Savior, was drarwn up and nomody. drugFor sale .by all filed by Harry L. Uunwjrjt and John gists, m Taylor, diclpk8 of ho latlo John, Taylor, disciples of tho late Alexander Dawlo and asks that all tho follow A ers of lon rally to tho Buppont ot the Remedy ho, shall come. "Kins" whon "Beforo tho year of 1912 shall clos, Ely's Cream Balm Jeaua, the Christ, tho San of God.will It quickly absorbed. Gives Relief at Once. camo iforth from tho eternal throno els incs, soothes, oti(Ce again to teach and preach the It heals nud protects gospel of salvation and i to heal the tho diso.tsod mem. brano rcBultitiR from sick," reads the document. find drives "Tho Christ will ibo revealed In Zla Cntnrrb. Cold in tho awny a City, built by God's Elijah as a pre Head quickly, tho Sondes of HAY FEVER paration of th oway Into all who await Taste nnd Smell. Tullslze CO cts., ntDrug-cist- s His coming." or by mall. In licmid form, 7C cents. According to Burdctt, who Is the Uy Brothers, 60 'Warron Street, Now York. author of the 'prophecy, the Christ will remain on earitui )34 years. This time .will be consumod In reuniting tho tribes d! Israel and in building clllos throughout tho earth afjter the We send FREE a bottle Germinal, a quick relief model of Dowlcfs ZIon City. The re (or lung trouble, coughs, pains in chest, and that building of Jorusaksn will bo tlie last run down feeling. ( Mention this psper.) OHIO MEDICAL COMPANY work of the chriat upon the earth. . Box 35 COLUMBUS, OHIO Children Cry GASTORIA your dealer otters aomcthlml "last an &ood," It la probably better FOIt IllHt'lt pays better. Bat you are thinking of tho euro not the profit, so there's nothing "lust os Hood" tor you. Say so. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, In Plain English; or, Med; Icine Simplified, 1008 pages, over 700 illustrations, newly revised Edition, paper-bounstamps, to cover cost of mailing sent for 21 one-ceon!j. Cloth-boun31 stamps. Address Dr. It. V. Pierce, IIufTato, N. Y. d, I . Reliable CATARRH KMYAtt9 PNESffl A single motion is quicker to make SPEED straight-line, key-for-every-character ltc-stor- cs than two. Only one motion complete, is needed to make any character desired on the CONSUMPTIONS keyboard of the easy action light running Digestion and Assimilation. It Is not tlia quantity of food taken but the amount digested and asslml-la'io- d that glTCS stnen'gtli and ltiality Chamberlaln,'s StomacQ to the syst-an-. the and LLier Tablets invlgoiai.o stomach and liver and enablo them to perform their functions naturally. For sale by nil druggists. in Becomes a Law. Prealdrmit Taft Saturday signed the v y rv fCfji jrs T rmitoiPAr. SCnWAETZ BUSINESS COLLEGE ZHOOBroKaxcn KSTADLlanKD 180 LOUTSVIE.1YE. KY. Buclbee's "Full of Life" Northern Grotva pedigreed Seeds ha e a reputation of 3S years oi successful seed growing behind them. It pays to plant the best. Seasonable Specialties: Earliest Red Valentine . . Refugee Extra Early .. New Stringless Green Pod . Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax DaUs New White Wax . . Currie's Rust Proof Wax . SEEDS BEANS PEAS Alaska . . J3.50 $3 25 $3.70 J4.50 $4.75 .( 50 M del 10 &MMsVi5sHsssssssssssClssssy t( i exhibit Extra Early . $3.50 Bushel sample latest nioaei "iwnjror - Bicycle lumuned by us. finr 9E.nf vnrhere at . .. New Early Gradus . . . . 15 50 Bushel rv . . maun? money last irruejeryuu particulars ana special ejrerastiice. Horsford's Market Garden . $3 50 Bushel MO RIIINKY ILKfllJlllKU until vou receive and annmveol vour rjlevrle. Wt.4ni campaign publicity 'bill. Buckbce's Lightning Express 5 00 Bushel to anyone, anywhere In the U. S. without a cent defeat in advance, trifai freizht, an Dicyciein a full Lettuce, allow UAia' l'lti.iiIIMi;iiL.aminewmcii timejoumaynaetne not wish t The WU requires publicity of all Con Seeds, i'lantsRadiih. Tomato andgrowing line ol vou are then nnt nerfertlv iatlsfil nr da prices. but It to any test you wish. and Bulbs at lowest ibofore campaign funds gresslonal Iceeo the bicvele snm it hick tnuiat nnrfnyni. anrt mm ntl mi l aui att r,-e.tid. ..- . . -r- --. -r Send for complete catalogue or submit a list oi furnish is poseiDie to mi NAMnu nfllArA Weone small the hiffhett irmrfe Dicycies It cost. Vou save .' .'lection, and extitrads publicity features your requirements and will quote prices. rHwIUHI rnlOta t profit above actual factory t Buy direct from the grow er Save Money. to $i middlemen's profits by buying direct of us and have the manufacturer's cuaa; o primary campaigns and nominating Write today. Mention this paper. a Dtcycie or a pair of tires from anyom antee Demna your oicvcic. xms receive our catalogues and team our unheard of facto. conventions. at unv trice until It limits thq amount can and remarkable stctat nffrt to rider agent. BrKnVlwnwIllB trices HILL DC AdIUHlanCU wnen you receive our Deauntui cauioeue an didates imay ionid rto $5,000 for Hous3 1263BUbeeSt.. Rockford Serd Farms. Rockford.il DC IUU ,mdy our superb models at the tvondtrut, loviprtctt we can make you this year. We sell the highest grade 'Ciesiorieasmoni aspirants and $10,000 for Senatorial We are satisfied with i.co profit atxr factory cos than any other factory. HOYCliE Dli.llifiKS, you can sell our bicycles under your own name putA I candidates. They are also requited to ntir nrlrei. Clrrlm filter! tlie illy rerejverl. i nanmB s ci( political hECONO HANI) UICXCLKS. We do not recularly handle second kand bicycles, bt .make 'public all r osually nave a number op nana taken in trade by our Chicago retail stores. I hese we clear 01 a'ppolntimonts. I prices ranging from S3 to SB or 81). Descriptive bargain lists mailed free. promptly at m m BDIIfCC slnglu wiiocu, importeu roller ciiuins and peuau, parts, repairs aa VVA I tnBKnrr.dt equipment of all kinds at kaff tk tonal rttati fruit. JyirwL ?Vt Jl m WANTED- -fl ira district RIDER AGENT and and t ride IN EACH TOM Bushel Bushel Bushel Bushel Bushel Bushel Swift Pfeffito Write lot intotmation to gteflPft, The Smith Premier' Typewriter Company, Inc: ST. LOUIS, M0. SHslKllPlCSBsmtlSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSslH ssPSnBBftfl ui nut H. W. BUCKBEE ' MIITtl tiet will ItllycuasampiepairrorttjiuvainvifaorctrnMi. .t--- 8r. M HEDQETHORN SELF-The rurular retail trice ot these tires is FROM PUNCTURES PUNCTURE-PROO- F tMBl "1 liave a world or confidence In A SAMPLE i TO IHTRODUOE, ONLY PAIR n JO irr tair. HhI to tnliochue . Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for I success," have used it wltih. airfeot Pools-Id- . writes Mrs. M. I. Bashford, druggists, For saa by all in How would you lllco itn numbenyour friends by millions as Buoklen's Arastounding nica Salve doe3? Its cures In the past forty years made them. Its tha 'beat Salvo in tho world for sores, ulcers, eczema, ibunvsjhoils, scalds cuts, corns, sona ej'es, sprains, swelling, bruises, cold sotvs. Has no equal for plls. 25c at all drugm gists, of (The Jdtferson Daivis Home associa- YYYMYXYYYYYVY VYY Y If TO NO MORETROHBLE i V NAILS, Tacks or Glass will nut lot the nlr oat. Sixty thousand pairs sold last jear. Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use. nrxnnirrrinNiM&dc In all sizes. Itislirclv audeasyridluc.verydutaDieana uncatusiaewitn which never becomes a special quality of rubber, small punctures without porous and which closes up Kotloe the thick rubber trea We have hundreds of lettersfromsatis- "A" and puncture strips "11 neucuscomers siaiiuK mauncu uicaunvcuuiY w.tu jjuiumcv and "IV also rim stfTp "II up onCeortwiceina whole season. They weigh no more than to prevent rim cutting. TU. mnnlimirvHrp the nuncture resistinirauallriesbeineciven tire will outlast any otb briever3l layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the tnnM-SOtXASXIO UU tread. Theregular price of these tires is$S 50 per pair.but for isvsk luuirtu. . idvtrtlsinepurposewearemalciuBaspccialfactorypriceto the rider of only 1 80 per pair. All orders shipped same day letter is received. We ship C O. D, o approval. You do not pay a cent until you ha e examined and found them strictly as representee We will allow a cash llaoount of i ner cenl (thereby makine the Drice HI. 35 Der Dair) if o send FULL CAHH WITH OltDUK and enclose this advertisement. You run no risk 1 seudJug us an order as the tires may be returned at UUU expense If for any reason they ar ..n aat.cfartnrv nn Tflmtnatlon. We are uerfectlv reliable and money sent to us is as safeas In tank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier. Tun faster wear better, last longer and look finer thin any tire you have ever used or seen at any price. W know that you will baser welt puaseamai wn en vou want a bicycle vou will elve us vour orde We want you to sena us a trial oraer ei ice. hence this remarkable tire offer. . rnmm aucrarYa don't buy any kind at any price until you send lor a pain IsT" tires on approval and trial i YUU IfstsU JfflCO Jledgethorn puncture-Proo- f the special introductory price quoted above: or write for our big Tire aud Sundry Catalogue, whic quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices. describes and -but write us a postal today, Ut) NOT TlIINk Of uuiinu a Dicycr. nU-- T VrMlM or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and vrouderfl offers we ore making. It only costs a postal to learn everything. Write it MOW. ! KeTffSraca4l 1.7,0.773 Has Millions of Friends, B cnin vmiD dav o&nu luun dui MATHENEY & BATTS x 5 H H H H H H H H H H H H . Y Y Y el Statue Jefferson Davis. Y is plaunlns the Y president ot the VJniro on an Y ...... Y marks tlie site ot the 0O .I that the next It to Y j. L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, an the pur Y also a a Y and tho tho ! bsttJ Y COUGH KILE. and CURE thb LUNGS oafnoss Cannot bo Curod. Y as they oi dls Dr. King's Y is and that Y Discovery Deafiita Seventh Street, of WA8HINOTON, D. C. Y Mill ruuuna uii rOLDS this hare Y Y It is SLi?VND0. and Y taken out Y Ladies! will out ten are Y BULB ' an Patterw Uwg KLfm Y ot tho r, SPECIAL OFFER' f Y (' any' SvMlr Cllectioatt?Z!S fashions Y catarrh) that cannot Catarrh for Y '. J. Y Y tor Pmm Y &tt5&7-zzrgUnchain tbe Dog. 1'iu Y . cuu ): Pisiwnven are FT. Vanderbilt Training School tion eroctlon of a itlia sitatuo of former Canfoderatje States itrolnenco In tho park Todd oQitnity overlooldng liflliiglW I sWWaVsl asssl and TRADE-MARK- S premptly oUaJned In all countries, or no ue. We owaln PATENTS adrertlse thun UiorouaW, at our THAT PAY, ipunse, andlelp yvu U success. fttnd model, phot r sketch for FREE report on paUuUbUlty. t sars practtc. DooS Da which now is 'exiKsotod vis fartm. Kentucky legislature rwill 'be asked appropriationfor malto pose. rTihe association is working plan for memorial highway to on mount Lincoln Davis n lea toads. Hy local applloatlons, ELKTON, KY. A limited select school lor boys. FOR BOYS Faculty WITH ou I'roflubla Patents write U nirEnBNCE8. rorfrVeOuU icm & si.oa. TtW Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQ TROUBLES. PHICB 03-BO- B I GTJABANTEED SATISFACTOBYl OB. BCONEY ii Bucuars ruibs sixceeu BatisJarUoaiBnaraBHwa Save M&By aB KeeP Style by Reading McCall'. McCall and ctrl-lslil- ' Ma4 to hulld New Buslacas. A 'trilTwUl aaake you a peroianenl cui MKrUL'S MACaZIIE Inner. McCsirsMaisil.evrlll y help you dress at a moderata expense by koopluc you cannot o&oil ithe oar. ontion reach the ouly omo way to cure dtttf-nesThere is by constitutional ls caused by an remedies. Inflamed condition tho inuscous lining of tho Eustachian Tunbe. Wluen itU.be Is InfJanwd you a rumbling sound or impeTfACt hearing, entinely closed, Deafand mhen ness Is tho result, unless tho in-- f tarnation can be and this tube roatonod to its normal condition iba destroyed forever; hearing by nine cases of caused inCatarrh, which let nothing bttt uur- flamed condition, 3, uiu-acou-s Our patronage has come from several Southern States. Twenty-fou- r different towns in Western Kentucky represented this year. Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Hot and Cold of college-traine- d meD. Baths. Extremely healthful location. $4,000.00 recently spent on improvements. NO SALOONS IN THE TOWN OK COUNTY. Moral surroundings excellent UNEXCELLED AS A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG BOYS. ft H H H H H H H H H faOOeVi F tt wnmt. wjetu jjyms ewas"y".-----r7----T--;,r-. mi.u. uj- - t MliBWWli Rut Tar,nnf '"7TT ..a I ! sU ellU 0&WtU immmmm-mmm- m MfCtM troiuos and lials. 60 Kqw Kasukm Dualuns lu each lisiie, auo a)uabl liiforniolloii ou all homo and per. Ouly iou.il uiattuts. Ux a year Including a frco paltcui bub srribu tudpy or scad fur frco sample cotr. UiuLilucfur nust poiirnl ou ilia la Cur Wie will give Ono Hundred Dollars case of Deafnessi (caused by peteefltli Year Begins September Write for catalogue. ications to Desk "B" (j, 1911 liall'ia culars fnoe. F. be oured Cure. Send by Address all commun- cir- GHBNBV & CO., ToKkIo, O. l,kHHr & tflt.'l 1VUP HM - -- . qwa home. u ,. 1161 00OI M jouiwlf and aklld'as whU-- will bsixrfevt., lu stylo and fit. lomo hlvher thtfi 1 Bend for free I'afNiii Cuta!ouo. wlth)ouroDhauds ffo Pmts nillunabloyoutamakeln your Sold iby Druggists, 75. Take Haiti's Family Pills pation, consti- m MATHENEY & BAITS. scrlutioni amotiK lamrfrlvmls. iywit lorbee OfTer, Premium Cauloctta ami Cash ?-m tkou mwt. m i w w ji a, mw wm m We wW Oms Yea for u"Ctllnir sot). An cofeanra wortdog ajMln in oounaary. You pWtur of kmu slw mho .Dante ot the tlwsw IfaUowistlio flknlwf of tk family $XKhiKhhKhhXxxx 4ttiTtfU4 ff a W- WT ys" J c. O'REAR GOVERNOR OF KENTUCKY REPUBLICAN NOMINEE: FOR Will Speak at the Court House Hartford, Ky, Monday, Sept. t NSTITUTE NOW IN SESSION Mrs. Alice, 4-- 1:30 P. M.1 44 EVERYBODY INVITED. Nora, Hartford; Park, Carl, Frieda-lanTaj lor, B. E., Hartford, R. F. D. No. C; Taylor, Essie, Hartford, Lambert, Myrtle1 R. F. D. No. 6; Crom-wU- l; Smallbous; Rhoads, J. A1--Mrs. Sam, MoHenry; Ken, t, Payae, Ollie, Llvormore, Ky.; Bos-kotd; Democrat Will Support O'Rear U : B I I Clarerce .E Woods, of Richmond, duties of citizenship iby going to tihe one of the bst known newspaper men polls and exercising the tight and (Continuad from First page.) and performing the tjuty ha owed to hlm-sM- f, Ellis, and Democrats In Kentucky, L'ucy, Hartiford; Sanderfur, to God and to humanity. Fjfflo; Eister, Lily, Horaj former Mayor of Richmond, will supEislor, port Judge O'Rar for Governor of "W. C Shultz made a fow remarks urg Branch; Acton, Lula, Olaitan; Tay"But no, Mr. MoCroary, with a Confederato solder's iiv.cord in war, Sag thi toaobors to take advantage lor, S. W Baaver Dam; Whltij, Mrs. Kentucky against his fellow-towhas no record in peace that iwould InIns tha Uachars to fcako advanaijjo Mary, Narrows; Wilson, Cordle, man, Jamea B. aicupxiny. In a letter to J.. M. Meloan, citdor spire any aivlllian to deeds of daring of the Wp olifenal th (in. Fondsvllle, Renfrew; Baughn, A. C, Wood except the slick art cif straddling and tho Route 1; to v Motion mado and carried Mers, Walter, Olaton; at the Murray Gazette, Mr. ovasian, im which he Is a Post Master. ufifoat that tho minutes of this Insti Mitcliell, Clyde, Hartford, Route C; says lw will not support Mr. (arm Bcswell, because of his continuous iiol-lo- y Bv)en Judge O'Rear came to Richmond tute he published in iboolakt A. P., Olaiton; Jackson, jasai paid for out of tho of straddling and evasion, and the last February, and spoke an our loIns'Jtutc J. C. Contortown; Raley, Bessie, inrds. Goshen; Mitchell, Roy, Hartford; way In wijilch ho dodged thie Issue on cal option campaign, and Instead of (Motion niadtj and carried to itlw ef- Baize, EMron, Horse Brannh; Mor- the temperance fight in Richmond our most distinguished citizen introfect that the picture and tho Institute ris, B. H., Renfraw; Loach, H. T., on which Judgo O'Rear took a posi- ducing our distinguished guest, ho OMcCriCory) together with its history Iw puhllalwd Beaver Darn; Taylor, 3. C, Echols; tive stand. remained In his parlor, i Mr. Wool's letter follows; in. tho Industrial Edition of tho Hart-lar- d Maddox, Nora Ellis, Oweaabaro;Stow-ant- , whUe O'Rear with a thousand Republican. Institute adjourned "Crab Orchard, Ky., Aug. 19 Edi- citizens to 'keep Richmond dry!' Maude, Rosina; Wedding;, George list of Magan; Owien, Lonnle, Ldvermore; tors Gazette: Allow me to congratulat And we did kep her dry. But Mr. The Xojlawlng is a oampl-atAbe enrollment as shown by tho In &rv30JB, Bla:ldurn, .McHenry; Raly, you upon your courage, and patriot McCreary had no part or force iboolc: J sale, Roakport; Brown, Alpha,iRy-nold- j; ism In championing the candidacy of tohat tltantlc struggle, ljaving us right Alford, Loj, White Run; Allen, E. Lawrence, J. C, Narrows; O'Roar instead of MeOrairy, our Dem on the eve of election tp fight our "V., aicHenry; Andorson, W. P., Martin, Era, Hantford No. 0; Brcnsn, ocratic ujmltiae. I myself shall follow battle without aid or camfont from Hartford; Barnes, Carlisle, Prentls; Rosie, Fordsville; Browii, Bdrtle, your course, although I am as straigh him. a Democrat Barrett, Ljiman G.., Daraett's jForxy; Forda'tle. as any living "Forget O'Rdar? Support McCreary? ay Jojso, Friwdaland; Bauidtt, man, and ityers, I reside In Richmond Ask any old soldier whom ,we should Ky the homo of Mr. McOreary. Pay Your Taxes. C E., Simmons; Brown, JI. E., Hartfollotw. I shall lay down my arms for Vysox; Barrymau, Etfle, ford; for opposing MoOreary may the time and rally to O'Rear, the Roprosentatlves of the Ohio County Ooluman, rtutty, Panadise; Crpwe, Sheriff's Office will bo at the 'follow not bo (the same as yours (but they teaman, instead of forsaking L E., Hartford, It. F. D.; Cox, Erie, ing places for the time Indicated for are so consistent and so easily main- him to the enemy he helped to drive JtcsiDs; Cixmter, H. C, Renfrew; tho purpose of Issuing Tax Receipts tained that no true friend of temper from our midst the liquor powers ihat Carson, W. It, llartitord, It. F. D acd you will saive coming to Holy does the ance can hesitate as bimu O'Rear bailies him as the Carta", Anna, Simmons; Crowe, county seat or avail the necessity of and my Water, Cno,we, -- Marshall, Sallle, Hartford; a visit to your home by arranging "I personally know iboth candidates MaCREARY AND BECKHAM. (Cewper, Itussell, Daniel Ordie, Fords- - to settle In this manner: for Governor.' Both are defendants "Just five years ago Senator McviUe; DuUj, EJy.th, Duke, Effle, DEPUTY SHERIFF S. O. KEOWN, from Madison counti' iMcCrearyaEon, Creary and Gov. D ckham were conBelle, Hartford; DAUghemty, O'Rear a grandson, his grandfather testing for tho former's seat in the1 Will be ati Etitw, Bannock; Ddg, Addle, Hart-fo- J, Shrove, Wednesday, September 6, having besn born right at Booneaboro. United States Senate. Beckham had v.. F. D. No. C; Ellis, A. E., forenoon, I am also sorry to say, that McG'r-.ar- y antagonized the liquor element, while Hartford; Falls, David, Fordsville; Trlsler, Wednesday, September C, has none of that pioneer eplrlt rolltlo McCreary iwus backed by that fond, J. F., Hoivo Branch; KulW-so- afternoon. ally, .which seems to have oon dewn aggregation. Here is the Mrs., Equality; Glenn, Hattie, Boum sboro Ifhrough O'Rear's exact language of a card issued by Haynesville, Thursday, Saptember7, fiom X Hartford; Alma, Narrows; forenoon, vabns, for the latter Is any stjle of a McCreary in Ootobor, 1S0G: 'Gov, Mojimb, Amby, Whitravillo; Hoover, patriotic, constructive Beckham did not go homo and vote Herbert, Thursday, Saptember 7, progressive, ona, Hcuyland, J. T., (Hartford; afternoon. statesmantrue to his con lotions, and on September 1, 1900, when Hue local Hsxiksn, Lula, Polwi I'loaaant; Haw-Ttin- s, iDeaufleld, Friday, Siptembor Clay, wiho, like Old Henry would option question was voted on In that &, Katie, Hulruak, W. It., Hart- forenoon. raitjhjr be right than Goveinoir! county, and local option failed. He ford; Hammond, ltuth, Hazelrlgg, "On the other hand, Mr. MeCreary had tbie saloons clooed on Sunday In Aetnavllle, Friday, 8, May, Hazelrlgg, Guy S Hawd, K afternoon. has rirtior had a conviction on any Louisville, when he first became a Beatnir S., Du.ni; Joma, Powell, Fordsville, Saturday, September 3, question which lie has not or would candidate for United States Senator, Anna Eliza, Hartford; all day. 'in tho Interest of harmony,"sacrifIee anid now ithoy are open on Sunday. Ktowji, John, Croimwell; Liles, E. Rockport, .Monday, September ibut really for tlw sake of office! I Does 11, he act like he is in favor of 5V, Renfrew; Llloens, Cdao. all day. Alta was amazed at John Rhea being al- law and temperance? For remaining liumr Duaii; Lojd, ltuth, Loyd, e, Ceralvo, Tuesday, September 12, lowed to pneskle owr the late plat- away from the polls on local option Lojd, Mrs. J. JI., Fords villa; forenoon. form convention when he Is quoted election day in Mr. Bardstown, .Lambert, Ida, Ceralvo; Loach, a. SniaUhous, Tuesday, September 12 as saying that 'McCneary Is tih finest Beckham was denounced by Mr. JlcHenry; ,; 2 Lojal, iLuIa, apxlman oxtanit cif hair, oil and hyiforeooon. as an enemy of temporanoa; W AlilUir, Earl F., Olaton; pocrisy!' But John has a brother on and yet iMatanzas, Wednesday, September 13, Just five short months after p Frank G., Baavor Dam; 3lfd-ilf- f, all day. the ticket with MoCrwany, and he ward, March 12, 1907, McCreary 're p. Lula, Hartford, Jt. F. D. No. C; Centiortown, Thursday, September 14 must be excused for his seeming away from tlM Ua whin L OieKdnney, 8. 1, Croiuwell; Mose-l- all day. Ientanoo. Richmond was In the ithroes of a wot Jtott)ie, E., MoIIenry; Marks, "But all that aside all tho polit and one yaty E, Harifxird; Morms, Cullie, alldieavor Dam, Friday, September 13, ical meanderlngs of McGrwary, I nevor and dry election look like la sure to day. bjo ask; 'Does that Is a SrSkxl; Mason, Mns. I. S., Fordsvllla; Prenitls, Tuesday, September 19, held them ogalnat him, I thought only friend of Umiperanco and law and orMcFerran, Annie, .Mar- - afbernoon. Boyuelds; of county pride henetofoie, only of der?'" x in, Mac, Hartford; Nabors, Boi'tlo, and Cromwell, Tuesday, September 19, partisan duty as a Democrat, "In 1897 he did the same thing. .Fandsvllle; Norrls, G. A., WMUa-vjll- forenoon. local pnide as a fellow citizen. But In 1911, only a Xew months ago, McPor-U- x, Bank, O. H., Hartford; of Creary did tho same tilling and we Wysox, Wednesday, September 20, when he (managed to stay out Wabel, Boavur Daml Basers, all day. Richmond at three recer.it local op- ask in his own language: 'Dqes that 3iy, Baymon, Gertnude, Whltes-viB- c; Sulphur Springs, Friday, Septem- tion elections, and to avoid expression look like he Is a friend (X temper-auoo- T Royal, Clarence, Hartford; ber 22, all day. of opinion on the temperance Issue, x , Itolxfl-tsonR. D., Rockior;t; Rains, Mcllonry, Saturday, Saptamber 23, while those who had for a llfetVmo ' McOREARY AND O'REAR. ."WJiaile, Hartford; , Ross, lAaron, all day. supported hU every ambition, I got "Here is a picture: IluES, Noriboi't L., Beaver Dm; RI DEPUTY SHERIFF 0. P. JONES, to thinking that it was lnone than 'ttlcCneary: Never voted in a local .Jjjy. Lois, Llvia; Smith, Earl, Horso more political sagacity It was down-rls- option, election, and ciaver expressed Will bo ab .Jiraach; Smith, L. C Horton; Sbew- -. Taffy, Septomber 11, a. m. moral cowardice on his pant to himself on the county unit. Bat, jO. N., Shawm, C. B., Hartford; allow his Adaburg, September dl, p. m. to battle "O'Rear: With a temperance three times on a moral question with so clean and efXlcaclous as to compel .Siuli, Argent, Ceralvo; Shultz, Magan, Soptember 12. Oi&fL, Bearer Dam; Shultz, W, C, Ralph, Soptomer 13. out so much as a word of oncaurago-mo- our own 'pamfcy to ltonp In the near' ftanballlo; .Stereos, Winona, Hart-fonifrom him. Bell Run, September 14. on the oautily unit plank I, Shultz, Eunloe, iNarrows; "Then oaane our third local option Huflin, September IS. "Vrlly, 'By .thek fruiU jx shall .Taylor, Cora, Simmons; &altb, tho Dtmocnatlc Mayor til Richmond, know them!' Pleasant Rldgo, September 10. Tay-Jttstruggling, and, thank God, succeed' Couxtland, M., Beaver Dam; Buford, September 18. . "Up to the very adJouran?.nt of r, Tuylor, PrenUs; Calf ton, ing In enforcing locaj option there, our county convention last Saturday, T, JI. BLACK, S. O, C. I called on hkn for an expression of Rochoater; lJilor, Addle, Pren-- ti Mr. McCreary had given no political Public Auction. L. his vldis on the county unit! question- - e&preaaioH of his position on the nil Taylor, P., Hartford; That was Fubruary lost. He would absorbing lwue. Therufone, It is 3Boatwon, Cora F, Hartford; Tal-jy- -, On Saturday, Sopt 2, 1 will Zlinma, Doaufleld; WhltUnghUI, for sale at the farm of L. S. say nothing. settled in tuy mlil that lie IHil, iWhRUnBblll, Orao?, Fords- - Smith, deceased, on tho Beavor Dam wan con(cernd only In giving SKIPPED LOUISVILLE. the WhlttuigulU, Jnano Dundoo; and Centeirtown road the following vBie; "Then owe our thlnd loccal option leMt roateUinea poaalble to iUm liquor Wright, described property: 10 head of rtwop; election on March 3, 1911, and Hantirord; "VVtUfcwe, Om W Jut Iople, wIkj in l'J07 supionted hku Whlteliouae, 1 honse; 0 head of cattle; fanning as tlw prosecution "as forming for qrr iBaoklwm, and who valMmeatly &&&, Buaver Dam; Kltoda, FordHyllle; WestoJ'flekl, Bar-Du- g Implements of wagon)lo,ws our gneat dry parAdo on tlw very ddotawad: 'Evary bar room In Ken(binder. eve of Section, Mr. MoCrery Boftvetf DiwiJ Wo&Uirflold. Dud-Sw- 0 lurrows, niQwer, mko and took tucky is a MoCrewy lwa4quartiralr Hartford; Also liousehold and kltehoa furniture. the train for LoutevllW, and for th Oliver, WJIltawa, "Can a taopard hla Bpots? Vd-Terms of sale made known oa day of tMnl, tpowlbly tha fourth time Victory hor MNfetne, tSofia, Beaver Dam; In Waddiflg 81 612 A. M. SMITH. Kmsm, "Ferdvle; our kirtory, lalled to dlsohars thj "la case of doubt, voto for O'Rwu") Comiertown; Rook, ns ad to-dfellow-townsma- Congratulations, Mr. Editor, on your Lwague, vlos president Kontuoky Stato support of O'Rear. I cannot, as a Law and Order League, mtpnber Fll-eo- n Christian citizen forsake him to his club, annual orator Kentucky ifoes! God glvw him the victory. Press Association." "I am rwllllcg to sacrifice everything politically If need .be to see this Notice. suncrowned man win iwln over the (All parsons having claims against world, the flesh and the devil. "William J. Bryan last November the estate of the lato Dr. G. F. Chaprefused to support tho Democratic Can- man are hereby notified to present didate for Governor of Nebraska be them properly proven to mo in w cause tho latter oppos?d the tempern,Ky., on or before September ance issue. Mr. Bryan is still rated as 4, 1911, or they will be ibarred. Aiteo a Democrat. So am I but this year all parsons Indebted to said estate Im for O'Roair, and I will meet on rwlll be required ito make payment at ,,, .,, ... !,. .1.1 " -'- u"w ""' "l " an oarly data to eavo coat iiiiuuir xeuiuuraiic iricnas oil lUie is- 6t2 A. F. CHAPMAN, Adm'r. sue: 'Why should O'tRear ibe our next Governor?' As usually treated, a sprained ankle Yours truly, will disable a man for throe or tour CLARENCE E. WOODS. weks, but by applying ChamberRichmond, Ky., Life lain's Linaimemlt freely as soon as tho member of Kentucky Pjv?s3 Associa- Injury Is received, and observing tion, Editor and Grand Recorder of the directions with each bottlie, a the Sigma Nu Fraternity 6f the cure can be effected In from two to 7! Unltiod Sta'jes since 1894, vice presi- four days. For sale iby all drugdent Madison County Law and Order gists, m Cen-tento- b 1 1 t ' rus, "Ex-tMay- M. PHILLIPS HOTEL BATH HOUSE New Building .. Shady Yard .. Five Mineral "Wells .. , H Large, Cool Kooms. BATH H0M.SE ' d'll MODERN STEAM AND MINERAL Baths gsven by Hot Springs Attendants. J. R. PHILLIPS, KATES: 7 tO Proprietor. DAWSON SPRINGS, KY. $10 I'EB WEEK. n, y, The Hartford Republican i X I I J Business Building Bureau WE HAVE THE REMEDY We have retained the services locally of the greatest fetail and bank advertising expert in this country, Dundas Henderson, and now put his services at your disposal free of all cost and without condition of any kind. Write out an account of your wuuiu uuameaa irouuies, ireuiy ana irnnKiy ana send them to this office. We will pass the letter on to Mr. Henderson and you will receive from htm in a few days a solution of your dif- Acuities the same kind of solution that has made success for thosands in the same positions as yourself. ' : J T X - Jv-ow- n, IS your business sick? Do you think you should X have more trade? Is there anything: worrying you In connection with the growth of your business? I Or-vili- Ber-Ah- t r Nar-xou1111-J- ir. y. -- It may be that a new style of advertising will make a difference in your business. Possibly a certain kind of advertising folder that has brought success to others is what you need. e; -- Some scheme of a novel kind that will bring the money pouring into your money drawer is possible. ht particular method of window dressing may be what will bring you the success you laak. A Your competitors may be worrying you and mqu may want a know edge of latest method of fighting them. You may need help in getting in yourbad debts- -a few hints can be given that have materially helped others out of tp tro-bl- e. fellow-townsm- en nt d; that has made suceeein similiar circumstances may be indicated in your business. Special salesmanship Haw to conduct a special sale, or sales, may poflsibly by the shortest way out of your But whatever it is. send the fullest particulars of your trouble to this department and let Dundaa Henderson help you FREE -- Ed-Us- This costs yoH nothing and may help you to make a foi tuneWrite today v per-feot- ly FUihefrt An,ar" of r ?Fr "lRy,be obtained communications absolutely BusinviB Building Bureau. on application confidential-addre- ss THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, & cou-slstln- 3f calls for ekae Hartford, Kentucky. crkar. 444 mtfA0JJBtS