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Mon- HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KX, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER mill ly in the State was twenty-fou- r ion dollars, which could be very conveniently used by the farmers Instead of heing sent abroad to enrich and increase dividends for the American Tobacco Company. After the speech was over. Judge O'Rear was met by a large number of voters who clasped his hand and sure wished him God speed and a election Im November. Judge O'Rear and' his party wero entertained at the home of Mr. C. M. Domett during his stay In Hartford, and was called upon Monday night by almost all of the prominent Republicans of Hartford. He expressed him-sl- f as well pl'arod with his visit here and Ids treatment generally by the people. HU audience wasr composed of many Democrats as well as Republicans who paid him strict attenpraising tion and who went away his manly courageous address. Judso O'Rear and his party left on tho early, morning train Tuesday spoke for Hardlnaburg, where he that day. No. 8 LIKES Q'REAR'S STAND UPON LABOR QUESTION HARTFORD COLLEGE BEGINS 32NDYEAR Former Resident of Ohio County Opening Exercises Held in Chapel Writes About Kentucky Politics. Keif rr, Okla., Sept. 2, 1911. . Monday Morning C. Addressed O'Rear. by Judge E. '"Voters from Every Section of the . Editor Republican, Dear Sir: I received the Republican tills mar lng and road the speech of Mr.i County Heard his Address Introduced by S L. Stevens. Last Monday; was a great day for tho Rapuhllcane and Independent voters of Ohio County They groeted Judge O'Rear in Hartford, in numbers to estimated from fifteen hundred 'two thousand. Judge CVRear arrived from Aladlsonvlile, on tho leanly morning L. & N. train and after a hasty breakfast ibegan one of the busiest days of his campaign hour. On Invitation of the Hartford School Board he visited Hantford College and addressed the student 'body and visitors at the opening of that institution. way He tallted in am entertaining on educational matters ondJcovmpllment-o- d tho school and faculty very highly upon the showing made by the apiboya pearance of so many bright-eye- d and girls. He referred to tho use of the Bible school and to the fact that an otfort had been made a few years ago through the courts to pre vent it. He said 'he hopod the day in would never come in Kentucky the oDenlne of our sohools the use of bible and prayer to Almighty God would bo dispensed. with. COURT HOUSE WOULD NOT SEAT HALF OP CROWD. ie. lAs tho time for the speaking drew nxir in the afternoon and (before the court house ball had ibeen rung, it after was discovered that the hall the having been supplied with all extra seats which could bo crowded half Into it would not accomodate the people who desired to r the governor. Republican nominee for of this "When Judge O'Rearu-loarnehe authorized tho commutes in charg to arrange ifor an out door speaking. The seats were quickly removed and at placed in the court house yard the Eastsldo. whero plenty of shade two was to bo had, and here for hours closely seated and standing an interested crowd of voters representing levery section of the county listened to on of the ablest addressin Hartford. es "aver delivered Many fair todies graced tho occasion with their prosenoa and the school children wore there also as Interested, epactators. Judge O'Rear was by Sir. S. L. Stevens, a proral-n-Ohio County farmer and County President of tho American Socloty f l Eulqty. In. a brier, well chosen f spetoch. It bilns Labor. Day Judge O'Rsar first discussed at length tho beginning of organized labor unions, tracing tho formation from the inline ago guild j of tho Merchants' ;plotunedcenturies the condiIn England. Ho tions which, have 'given rise to modern labor organizations including the farmer's societies and predicted the man time would come when every who earned his living by the Bweat of his brow would be In position to demand and receive a rfalr compensation for his labor, not only to maintain himself and family but sufficient to 'build a home and provide eonle-thln- g against old age and tho Infirm tlve anemibons of Ids family, besides toot giving hds ahlWren .the very school advantage to bo had. the .Ho mado himself clear upon labor question of convict contract which he djnounoed in the severest terms and also declared in favor of If paying to the wife anki children, in any, the wages ctf the convict monthly Installments during his He declared the Intent ws to punish the ooavtot and not to punish' his Jtasooant wife and or jthosVdnndent- - upon lkn, discussed at. lsa&th Uw county Jte "unit questkw declaring to favor of the extention of the law to includ3 all of the counMw of the State In ,h-:ainto-druced .' if ehW-dre- u, "Made Prisoner CuJ Weeds. Island, Ky., Sapt. 5. A. Mr. Cobb of Liveranore, who has be--n working on the streets cjf Island for a few days to pay a flee, broke out of the town lockup Thursday night and lost no time in getting out of tort n. Ho says he had always heard that our town meant business and now he knows it. Cobb came over from the neighbor ing town of Liveranore several days ago, armed! with a large gun and a dangerous looking .knilteandproceed-e- d to try to make some of the boys . hre take to tall timber, hut h8i' thQ hwAaafa miscalculated their courage and was mer,haIldlse out t0 to dbu before Judge his customers, so his only resources disarmed and taken I.V1 tf Ifl TT tl X, nni.l thrro.rrh nuTOHllluuuw. green"'.Ulnr Judge (without the to produce the "long menta, facuW!S wou,d nQt abor said: "We. will put you to worlc on,,m.,a him n.nvthlnp. Now vmt inia the streets and see If you are 1)Uslnea3 man Qr niorchaia utwr wuiiver tiuiu iuuu uikij nu..- - and you will find that he Is an orup, rho would not cut weeds for us." ganized man himself and I will tell The Judge says this man was a good twn U'httl Iia lialnnrra in til. Anirlnitn .. .. worker and If he had probably not, - . v- - ,. .. .. nnnoJ -, . w. .. 1.1 .1 ll. "U1U- ""-- - -leu Michigan, he taken $10.00 of the una juu. anu cuuiiuwutu profit he has made off the farmer or pays some other laboring man and WHITESVILLE. iyjturned yes- h s initiation fee into this AssociaAug. 29. Leslie Greer pay monthly dues. has tion and they terday from Florida whore, he All this money which Is raked in fron boon for the rast five weeks pitchall sources of the U. S. is (pooled la ing balL n. ouo big pot, .what for? For the (purVlrgle Harrison, Habit, 1s the guest pose of destroying organized xlabor. of the .Mlssos Pauline and Nora Lej yourself Xow Mr. Merchant look ., Ware, this, week. squaro in the face and think whervj visited Owensboro, Edith Wells, your resources come from and stop Miss icy Wells last week. furnishing an ax to chap your reMoseley, Owensboro.'.s Mrs. Frank you. sources away from Send In tho visiting relatives here and in your registration as one of those mem rntriti-v- . nd Join soano laboring class as Clint Hedden went to Owensboro ;an honorary member and in home grand Uils morning to serve as a Industrial anan instead of donating '' Juror. to a fund that was gotten up by a Owienaboro Bum Howard went to corporation such as the American ToSunday. bacco Co., tho Standard Oil Co. and Mrs. O. H. Bartlett returned from has all the R. R. Magnates, you ane onOwensboro Sunday whre sjio ly furnishing th-ia olub to" knock boen spending a week with her mothyour own head off with. er. platform Another plank In the Mrs. Lhtfa Ceoll and daughter.Hat-fe- y, should that overy reasonable man returned Friday from Tennesseo her vote for Is the abolishment of conwhere she has been visiting vict labor. Every time you take one aunt. . Josle Wfoeatloy Is spending a few out of the prison walls and work you are ahoatlng Albert him on the outside, days with bar sister Mrs. besame one out of a days work, o,f near Calhoon. Baulwana sides you are paying his board while W. T. Greer and family loft the 15 ho Is depriving you of getting that Inst for Dokolb, Texas, where" thsy yourst'M. Mow my Ohio will! visit airs. flreer's broth- days work county friends' also nay friends over ers, J. L. Miller and Rev. RlloyMc-Klnlenot the State of Kentucky, this Is written to ibear on any one In a poson D. P, Brooks and wife and way. I am a Republican and Hugh. A. P. Brooks and wife visited litical tho reason I am writing this Is that Mrs. Tell Johnson, of .Torre Haute, Is I believe .that If Judg) O'Rear last .week. elected Governor of Kontuekyon the James Cooper return ei Saturday been platform as It reads and If you are from Rockport whore he had he Is a man who will carry out tho attending the fair. George Brooks platform as it roads and f you are Vlg Gillespie and you a laboring man I-- don't think drove to Owensboro Sunday.- could over find a platform that (will Hny-ne- s LonnJe MoCarty and Wilbur With success to all spent from Saturday until Tues- suit you hotter. laboring classes and Judge O'Rear day In Hartford visiting relatives. I am. Respectfully, Grove, Clarence E. Evans, Sugar A. L. HUDSON. Ohio county, was la town today. Willie Brooka and wife left iWednes Farm for Sale. day for th Wwstera part of line coun 101 2 Acres of .term alnd, one-ha- lf ty where Mr. Brooks will take charge mile of Bunded, 'Ky. Dwelling, .barn of a atom. Mrs, Marvin Moseley, Qwarahoro, and out buildings. Good water. Nice visited her slater, Mrs.'O. W. Edge, level land. Terms reasonable. Aipply to Wednesday. C. F, HARfTFORD, Allensvllls, Ky. The rain has donq an immense quan (HI Mty of good. Crops are looking O'Rear and note his attitude towards organized labor and also hole that tho pla'form of tho Republicans have planks in it which Is to my mind an appeal to every Svorklng man who earns his living by labor of any de scription, tho farmers, the mechanics, tho common laborers, tho merchants and the clerics, in fact overy man Is a laborer even the mllllonalrs, all are Laboring .for thej Almighty dollar. Same mentally and some physically and the one dopend3 upon tho othr for his resources. I have met some few in my life who thought they wiere not laborers. Ycu will find tham mostly among the merchants. You Jet an organizer of some labor organization approach him on tho subject; and nine out of every ten will say, Oh well It dont matter to me, I am no laborer, and your trouble Is dont offoot mo in any Way, this what I call a short minded man. it cjffacts him this way and you might call him a double header for he Is a laborer both mentally and physically, ll ui,wUmM anj, .Hartford College began Ins thirty-- 1 second year of work Monday morn- lag. & hen tho opening exercises werw "Saldjln the chaipelw Many, students department wero praenit,and also'qulto a number of Ifnlends and New Army Captain. patrons of the school. Mrs. S. E. Duke received, a telegram Every of tho Beard of Ed son, ucation was present at the opening yesterday morning from her Law-toana ,tue aavotiional exercises mene Clapt. W. E. Bennett, of Ft. Wash., announcing that a boy conducUd iby Rev. Vlngll Elgin and Rov. J. W. Bnuner, after .which Pres- arrived at Ills home at C o'clock Wedident Brown made a few remarks to nesday evening. the sudontts and visiters. v Our Visitors Monday. Injbehalf of the Board Of Eduoa'Jon CoI.jC. M. Barnatt, chainman of the All day Monday The Republican ofBoard, mado a short address and fice was crowded with visitors who praised the work of the faculty of had come to attend the jO'IUor speaklast year and predicted great success ing. Among our isltors that day by the present faoulty for this year. were: Byron Bean, route 2; Henry PIrtle; Ho also stated that It vlis the Intention of the Board of Education to L. AI. Smith and sons, Byron and enlarge the present school building Charles, of Rochester; V. M. Stewart, Just, soon a possible. 111; Beda; D. W. Graham, Albion, At. conclusion of Col. Barnett's Alf. Carter, route 1; C. S. Aloxley, talk,. udgo Edward C. O'Rear, upon Fordsville; J. H. Stewart, Select; invita ion of the Boardot .Education Harrison Fleiuer, Cromwell; Wm Ham mad 3 i splendid address upon educa- llton, Mcllenry; Mr. and Mrs. E. tion ii Kentucky ,and urged greater Morris and daughter, Miss Matilda, be made upon tho education- route 1; John Veller, Taylor Mines; al wor i In the State. John II. Thomas, Narrows; Sam The Indications for the years work Gains, Fordsville; John Blair, are wry bright and the facuUy Is Judge A. Henderson, Fordsddlig'ht-iwltfi the larg AI. enrollment ville; C. K. Quinu, Echols; J. on the day. There were G2 Bishop and grandson, Leon, Center-towpupils vurell-in the Colligiate d. N. C. Plumnnr, Bower Dam; parbment, which Js larger than It has H. C. Wright, Fordsville; Birch bednion the first day of so'jooI In Shields, Beaver Dam; L. W. Lawrence CentertQwn; S. W. LoacluBoavor Dam the last threw years. R. I. Barnard, rcuta 3, O over Dam; Republican Campaign Committee C. F. Wallace, Roslne, and H. B. Bowicn, route 3 Beaver Dam. Named. nv dren visited relatives at Mt. Aotna Saturday night and Sunday. iMr. and Mrs. Virgil Miller spent Sunday at Henry MlUlgan's. tMr. and Mrs. Blllle House spent Friday at John Swopo's. Mrs. Bino Cooper, who has been visiting her brother, R. M. Miller for sTCral woMis, has rcturrod to Owensboro. Airs. Isaac Crowe, who has heen tho guest cf Mr. and Mrs. Willie Crowe, has returned to her home nw Pellvllle. Air. Coleanan Walls and 'lfe, of Magan, . spent Saturday night at Walker CroweCs. TRIP OFFERED To School Teachers and Trustees of Ohio County. Greatest Trip of the Kind Ever" Held in Kentucky-W- ill leave Hartford October 17. One of the gr2atest educational features ever launched In Ohio county, and a proiwaltion new to any county in tin State of Kentuoky has been Inaugurated by the school teach ers cif Ohio county, and on Tuesday,- October 17, over two hundred teachers and trustees of the Ohio county schools will leavo this city for a visit to Louisville, Bowing Green and n, the Alammo'tli Cave. 3 Bu-for- d; d opi-rjin- n; d !.. " -.- 'rs y. ' 1-- . 'tr MaeleterUl District A iMrs. JuUa Wedding wUo imt ' been The He said that uwl S. of K. will meet at Bnatt' school the skk for some tkiw Is no better. aaUon and tb wfarannwt of bouse, (war t'H) County Alms House laws of tW State ther was o Colt Skew. on Saturday. September JM, 1911, at for ttw fawiwrs hln compell' IwU &kt y Wo. will hold our aaHtwJ Colt Mow 10 o'clock a. m. ed to eell twelve oeat tobaooo for six tb Local unAou be Faprojiowtwl. at Hortoa, Ky., 8pUiUr 9. There cents, and pointed out that O. P. JONM. Ottlm'n. 'i to tjbaw prices on four mill- will aim W an oUntaahloosd 'banb-o' O. R. TINBLBY, Secy. 7t3 TiIOMON BROS. ion pound of tobaoeo rowji annual proper organl-' ov-roa u. tewiM. tins ' A."s. oft. Louisville. Ky., Sept 2, 3 and 4. L. and N. will sMl round trip tickets Rally Day. Hartford Baptist Bible Schoal.next for this occasion for ono and one-thifare, plus 25 cents, $4.45. Dates Sunday, S.ipt. 10. Tho members of 2, 3, and 4. Return lim church, main school, Homo De- of sale, the H. E. AIISCHKE, Agt. partment and Cradle Roll are ex- it Sept. 5. pected. New pupils and visitors are Special Inducement for the TeachBeEverybody welcome. Invited. teaching ers Trip. 9:45 a. m., Including gins proand pneaohlng hours. Special following merchants of Ohio The gram, but como early. county, Ky., will give one railroad J. W. BRUNER, Pastor. fare, worth ?3.00, Ifor the teachers' E. W. FORD, Supt. trip to Louisville, and trustees' Alanunoth Cave and Bowling Green, HERBERT. to any teacher or trustee who pur2. Our school Iboglns tho chases from any one of thuiu goods, first Monday in September iwltli Miss between Sept. 1 and Oct. 1, 1911, May Rogers as teacher. amounting to $23.00, for which Ml3m Mary Chambres has returned cash Is paid: Tho Hartford Drug from Atlantic City, Now York and Co., Barnard & Co., Carson & Co., o.her Eastern cities. New York Store, of Hartford; S. J. iMlss Zola Crowe entertained SaturTioiionor, Mcllenry; The Wilson day night .with a party to tho young Co., A: (Incorporated), Lanuni people. Cobb, Abraham Shapero.C, E. Ford Our roads have been put in botter & Co., (Incorporated), C. B. Cardon, condition by the grador crew than of Fordsville. Stf they liave been In foralongtime. Notice. .Mr. Charlie May is :very sick. A mass meeting cf tho Mr. and Mrs. C. W. PhUlips and so Tobacco James, of Walnut Grove visited at Growers of Ohio county is called to meet at the court hall in Hartford R. M. Millers Wednesday. lflth at 1 o'clock for iMrs. Ira Rico and children, of Mar- on (September tin, Tenn, and Rev, George McNew, tho urose of considering price mak o Fort. Worth, Texas, are expected ing of tho 1911 crop of tobacco. All pooling pledgee ore urged to bo turnguests at J. B. Chambers this weok. Airs. SaUle Floyd and daughter .Mrs, ed in by tliat date. All nieanbors of at the Finance ComnUttoe are requestBen Swope, spent several days of ed to. be present. Sythia last week, as the guest HENRY AI. PIRTLE, Secy,. Mrs. Elizabeth Douthett. Airs. Mike Haggordy, of Made a Million. epent last wek with her fatlier and MoCarty. Tho Dauvdtla Advocate says: "Hon. mother, Mr. and Mrs; EUaa 13orta.li Magoffin, of Dulutli, MinnesoHubentand Lawrence Rutxlctt the Rockport, Ind., fair Fri- ta, who has been the guest of his sister, Airs. D. C. Tuck, on Walnut day. Miss Mattlo Mllllgan and. Mrs. Mag stroQt this week, has beeu extremely Ho successful in his adopted home. Skinner are the guests of Homer Is reputed to have made a million dol family at Hefiln this woek. Mr, WlUte Croiwe has moved back lars speculating In real estate. He was reared in Harrodsburg, and 13 a sou to his fam hwe. Mr. and MN. O. T. BurcUt a&d call at the late Gov. Uorlah Magoffin.' rd t. od Mil-llga- A meeting of the. Republican Executive Committee of this county was held Monday morn in 'Hartford ing for Uie transaction of rogu :t ibusincss, lar also (to officers for the Republican Campaign Committee of Ohio county, and W. S. Tlnsley, County Court Cl'rk, was elected as. Chairman, and J. Noy Foster, Juinor editor of tho Hartford Republican, ,was elected as Secretary. No better seluotion could haiver been made than electing Mr. Tlnsloy as Chainman of this commlt-tr-- . acquainHe has a very wide tance over the entire county, nnd is In every way well fitted for tho position. se-le- His Name too Warm for an Elec- tric Sign. Now York, Seipt. C O. H. Hell applied to County Judge Grant, in Brooklyn, yesterday for an order changing his name to Otto Hill for business reasons. "I am about to open a confectionery store," said Air. Hell, "and I want my last name In iblg letiters over the door. 1 don't think it would look very wall." "The court agrees with you, Air. Hell," said Judge Grant. "Bring the papers In and I'll approve them." Aviation Meet. The trip was outlined extensively last week at the teachers Institute In this city ,and they voted unanimously to take the trip. The expenses are ridiculously low, and it will and educational outlnguid one that will he of Inestimable value to all who take the trip. Tho party will leave Hartford on the morning of Oct. 17, In special oc aches on the AI. H. and E., for Louisville. Thj- - will ar rive at the Falls City at 12:."0 p. m., and spend the afternoon and evening In sight-seeinand will probably lie en.ertalned in the evening with an elegant reception by the Business AIen'3 Association of Louisville, and will be met at the Broadway strojt station by a reception comniltee. Wednesday morning will be devoetd to visiting the city schools in that city, and everyone who goes on tho trip wil"be'expecttd to tal:6 In this feature. They will leave at 3 p. m. for Alammoth Cave and stay there until 2:50 p. m., on October 19. From there they will go to Bowling Green, where tho city schools and tb Western Kentucky Normal will ibe visited by the entire party, leaving there for Hartford at 0:30 on the tmornias October 20. t Credit for this original idea ct giving our teachers and trustees an education treat is due to Judge John B, Wilson, who is deeply intemeiited in Education. 'For several viee&s he has been working out every detail of the trip, and on several occasions has nnt representatives of the dltferna: railroads and arranged for the transportation, die has also made arrangements with the hotols In uhe cities to bo visited for a very low rate for asthe entire panty. He lias hien sisted .by Counly Supt. Henry Leach who has given some valuable assistance. Tho teachers who take advantage of the trip will be paid for the timo that tiliey .would teach if they were at home, and in many Instances this pay will cover the entire epeuses of ono mombor. The teachers enthusiastic aver tho matter, and it la thought by Supt. Leach thethat nearly ovory teachorN in county will go, and all school trus tees are also urged to take the, trip. g, aro-hlgul-y - Baptist Church (J. W. Bruner, Pastor.) "Rally Day" in tho Sunday School next Sunday. Lot overjbody come! through The program will extend Uto preaching hour. Preaching at the ovenlng hour by t the pastor. Pastor J. W. Brumer Willi preach and hold a business meotlng at the old church In Render next Saturday nlghtwhlch will he hla last service. The Missionary Boardof Ohio County Association held the first session, in the assoclatlonal year In HartMonday morning. Eight of ford, the" wero members present and much Interest was taken in the work. Reiv. C. D. Chiak, of Beaver Dam, was elected as the missionary assoclatlonal for two months. Ho will spend most of this tiuo in and near MoIIenry, trying to put that work on a permanent basis. If it meets with the approval of the people In that community, ho will go to work at once' to erect ti church house In Mcllenry and move tho old church from Reader. Ho will he on tbo field all the time and hold services evwy Sunday. u 1 I Fourth of July Speech Obi Soldier asBcnnbly hare made Reunion, poso of cup &IKU far day of July, 19LU Dellvorod by d3.p anpnaselons on our wotwits, 4th You nwiyrtiu'W. your monumenlal wal'e Otto C. Martlo. that I applaud tho loving purpose Ijadlos CenMt'mi'n Frkxda nnd X-- 4 magnlfl-cawould pllo high In tho air Old (Soldiers: Wo aro gathered horo struo tinea t v real granHe.piorc today not to ddscuw Kociproclty or lng tho ek nnd standing upon tho high ami low tariff Neither to cnU.c fcl.'d baso cf ,tho wirth, mortal as Wio "merits and a joint discission on domerlts of tho laio war of IWbclllon-Th- o tho Pyramids, to preserve In lndesiruc HI Camy, of San Juan, of Sanli haitchot has long ago boon bur-l- d Uhlo' form tho history of your ipatxiot-1- c Tlago and now slaop bonijaUi as bravo as thoy, who waltod in camp Brethren, who tmd tho boys of th3 Blue and tho Would you try a plat of alfalfa, if we woro to furnish tho seed with'out any Gray aro maw as one faanlly, nnd It tho dust. But thMr Is a monumont with tho agony of Impatience, tho cost to you? A largo number of farmers in this county would raise alfalfa,, if they hero moro oadunirg than bra, li. Thcnd Is call of tho battl. ftcady to count the Is to talk to thorn tliat I am a record menu loitrg Ur.d linmcctal hardshltps of to tronches. tho AMru tcday aad to pay r$ J?cct and homasa knew that it could bo grown profitably on thoir soil. Every farmer, who is a of h "story or he swoo'.s cif fato Jf only they who ljtthicmo than tho pag to three Dial).'- - t8, could reader of this paper, may try a small plat of alfalfa, at our expense. and lovod onos, who sacrificed overy-thlc- B songs of poets The grat.iful mem- fight for' their flag. For ovory tenttho ory of mankind. Thn memory of man ed "field was full of Hobfons, of and bravitl tho rear, of We have made arrangements with the Farmer and Stockman, of St. Louis, whon Rooiorolts, canon, tho hato of tho bV.tle, iwho kind shal prq rvo, tl u'r cf WhooVrs and their of an acre. whereby we can offer any of our readers enough alfalfa seed to sow 1-faotd death with that courage which all monumorital sirue'r. a sliaH have men. Full cf the klcd of soldiers besoxth tho dust that covers us that In ftiglm'orita of rags, this seed grows and your soil is found to yield alfalfa profitably, next year you only tho AUnorioan soldier knqws; to'aunk starving r to honor: You can make a monument that shall with bare fo.t in tho snows1 of the thse wo are itnot can grow it as extensively as you desire. You can either buy seed and sow a of (lie color of his uni- keep, Eot enly th.) old, gray haired winter, made Valley Fopgo Immortal. large plat, or you can save enough seed, from the test plat to increase the acreage. form or tho flag unt'or which to fought. patr.lo.fl, In remembrance ibut yorsel-vo- s Ftaff at tho same kind of iboys that as well, by irafcing mankind your onldumd thev hardships af tho civil To those ilf you tha civil war either which war, drank from tho filthy roadside Is either a dim, childhood memory of . d ibtor by tho fidelity .with anxious hearts dn tlw old home, from J10" adhere to tho truths and idectxina pools as thoy marched through ton- - swamps which scmio bravo boy wtnt cut to tha far which tiny fought. From ot d ath, ato food alive with Send us $1.75 for our paper .one year, tho Farmer and Stockman one year, and call of his countiiy, or It Is simply thousand homos ail over this (broad, weevols and ovon corn plckod (mm gnatuful tho horse's camps, alopt proud hearts, fair land a matter of history, gleaned In tho the People's Popular Monthly one year and we will send you enough alfalfa seed in tho blanhearts and toainful oyos rom'omiber kets of main from tho school books and th3 blast with sheets to sow of an acre, absolutely free of charge. When you remember that alagos, If we for covering, brvalatoated with dan reading, but to a email wtmfber tham For falfa seed usually retails for more than $20.(0 per bushel, you can see how liberal tho aro faithful to their work, thoy and ger and dined with death, for scattered hero and thero over tho land, It Is still a groat glowing mem yours shall ba remembered and ithe sake Uf that flag which has never this offer is. We guarantee this seed to be the very best on the market and endoor known the humiliation of dofoatthat ory, full ot live warm interest ana graves they fill shall ho the u tirely free from weed and dodder seed. anu uicy suau in It might float and wave cut over via en enfolded in that mystic glamor that tor ammonia uty, alwatf cloritlcB "tho seeas cf other tho land and tho fioa as the proud When you sow it you are sure of having a quality of seed, which will enable you And now a few words of allusslon amiblram of tho mightiest nation on days" whon tho iblood ran wanm in thosj who aro not here who an- tho earth. Thoy faoed death with n to make a thorough test of your soil. From time to time we will publish articles tlw veins, tho flro of young, vlrllo to manhood was In tlw hbart, and tho swer tho call of tha Supremo Com- laugh and a shout and a song of n our paper on how to prepare the ground and sow the seed to insure a 'perfect So many joy, proud of th.dr country and strength of brawn and muscle was mander on the batJe-fiolof stand of alfalfa. Alfalfa seed should be sown in Kentucky any time between aro the strugling m'tnorles and con- their flag , In its full ipntmto and vigor. up-- , And as our veterans hoar tho stirr- tending f ancle tliat rush thick August 1st and September 25th. You shuld therefore place your order with us This flag, proud memories of many ing notts of tho marital music on on tho heart, that we harc'f.y Icnqw flolds; swujt memories alike of valor at once. Ameri- whether to address ourselves to th? and frlondshlp; sad imemonles of (fra this, Tho Birthday of tho can Ind:ipcndainoe, tho spirit domi- dim shadows, reminloencls of that ternal strife; Tender memories of The seed willbe mailed direct to you from tho the Farmer and Stockman in St. nate tl:o flesh that has fallen heir have! pas d away or1 tq the more pa' our fallen Brothers and Sons, whose , Louis which will insure prompt delivery. to 60 many ills. Tho intervening pablo form of this real presence; and dyeing eyos looked last upon Its (flamyuars drop out ot sight, and thoy are if their were words of human spoaah ing folds; Grand mamorica of heroic Our paper needs no introduction to the farmers in this county. The Farmer lad-dltUlstony, to sp;?alc virtues, subdu;d by grief; Exhault- again tho aamo "bravo soldier fit to ipotray and Stockman is the leading farm and stock paper in the nation. 'The People's who gladly aiij wcred Alio call, thoir praise or to dock their graces ant memories of the great and final They victory of our country and of our and marched away to thy same ilnsplr-in- s these word t are not ours: Popular Monthly is ono of the best home monthlies in the country. , music trat now grofts tho oar, spring not from human lips; Thoy are Union; Immortal memories with imSend us in your subscription at once, you will never have another opportunity iBut mortal honors Iblendsd, twine around and which oiuso tho enthusiasm of not fonnv.d from oral speech. young manhood to again itake there' are testimonlis move potent, these splinjered staves, were tlwin-solvlike this to get absolutely pure alfal afseed, free of chargo. of thorn. And they find xiiore impressive, more elestnic tlun along the warl and the woof thomscl(Mo3 counting till as comrades, the human volde and they are here to- of 'this familHar flag, mar worm, be- Use the coupon below and mail remittance today. Address all brders to The those mlho died for this old flag, so day. In the little iband ot human (wi- grimul and Ibabtiaed in blood. L- -t' Kepublican, Hartford, Kentucky. v clj( q had he u tlio comradeship ladon endured ibhe hardships of the civil in tnesses wiio have come baci;, tho days when they march jd shoulder with glory fiiom the flolds wihere tho bravo hart, tho deop udfathona to shoulder to tlw conitlict. their comiedes fell. Let th.im speak. mortal eloquence, ubtorod through un- To many ot theaj ibravo men, tho Ijot the hero of Gettysburg by his espressod, sitak tho omotlon of grate X obsim-anoof this day, will be their presence speak. Let all tlw brave ful veneration for which these lips .. 1 K, '. 'lsBt, for ith'a ronlcs aro t 1,1 bocom'ng men', whatever uniform they ,wore, of mino ane too feeble and unworthy. THE REPUBLICAN, whethcT an humble private or an of uecimatcd and tlw answer to tlw reTho sentiment of this flag is pacall is becoming pathetically! ficer of high rank. They who a.iw triotism. The mtm wfoom It hoWs To those 'who remain. Blue and their comrades go down at Gettys- were soldiora, courageous to death, Gray alike, wo give all honor and burg and bite tho dust at Shllo; be- but it Is their cause which ets thorn Enclosed find $1.75'for which send me your paper one year, the Farmer and praise; ifor iasli fought for tho prin neath tho toall or sink below the apart for Just honors' and comnienda-tlo- u and Stockman one year and the People's Popular Monthly one year. ciple, sturdily and well, as b.ifits str.am. Let th in speak. At BaT is unamong million who have laid Bluff, whore many a young life was down thoir llws on tlw battlefield. men of tho race. derstood that ,ihe Farmer and Stockman is to mail me postpaid enough alfalfa Friend' we aro grow'ins; to canole s lost In the Po'.omlc or on tha Vdrgin- - Patriotism such as Is the high fal fa seedto sow one-tent- h of an acre of ground and lose in our relations On est of civic vjrtues, tho noblest form to the3a la shores; At Chancellorvllle; old heroes. AVo aro ailcwing our the Gulf before New Orleans; Whor-ov- of heroism. Those who .perilled thtilr own giVHJd and twlfiKlmoss to crowd My Name....... on land or sea, on ffeld or lives in cbdelonce to Its icompjlng out that patriotic 'ni.'lnwnt which desk, our flag was borne; Whether In cauld gain no moro thaa those who ought to 3 installed in every hart victory or d iCeat; There stands our remained at homo lu inglorious oaae; My and saul and ought to" lnspiw us to brave and patriotic soldier, lvndy to" and yet they lay aside their hopes of gr..ator and nA)'ar ads aud deel( dofond his oauutry and his illag. comfort to die for tills glorious old New or. renewal to The Republican? . to tluue otd aoldlerA Wo will go To tlw dead we owe our .rospect.to flag. milts to Iwsar a iollfc!cal aiKyjch and those wto gave up th 4r lives for The most genial oparatlon of Its shout ours.vd .haiiv-e-, and we will our country, mu how our heads with oreatlve spirit Is whon It appears as poruinj the dally jupors with etarv-in- g reverence, we cherish their sacrsd a still, myatorous, 'plastic influence, tiyts to see haw many bears Tod- memory, we commend thdr (Tlrit to silently and surely modifying the dy Kousevlt las kllloJ. Wo eulog- the Almighty Ono, in whoso ibosom whole constitution though firm- ited and tho old fine of affoctlon, grain, so Justice of our liberty, of a despotic wo know tlwy are finding tliat sweet ciety; insuating Pnes-Ideize and applaud to tlw skl-as- . been With on oqual murmur fa'lleth, ly niado, Is yet not niado In any which formerly existed, has aditself Into he rekindled and we are all now as ono Taft, Uncle Joe Cannon nnd reiose which cometh jiot to man,wo ministration of law, grafting Tho cooling drip of the rain. new harsh or controvortlal spirit Men' havie of their utmost in entel- - fOlmllly. We, have no North;, We ha. vo othens, who tliouglit their iwlltical lift our vedoes in sui)plIcatlon to the shoots upon tho decaying trunks of tactics lia"o cllinibd high In the af- Throna of Graoe In behalf of tho old du3tltu'ilons and Insensibility .build leot, strength and courage In defense; no South; No East; No Wtost but Under tho sod and tho dfew, Waiting tho Judgment day. fairs of tlw avflnnmont. The news- - Loved Ones, some of wliom iwlereleft lng up in tho peoples minds, character thoy havelglvon of their blood to tho wo havo a grand old union Inseparable and indivisible. We all belong Wot with the rain the Blue, papers of tho land will uso columnj , destl lut'j and Uamelj I. Onlyl the Strong enough to maintain rights last drop, so what matter's it wheth- to Wet with tho'raln the Gray. same army and are all fighttelling of Champ Clark riding to the ' Supremo God can comfort thorn but which are also oustoms. It its more er they ifall with tho stars of the ing tho for tho same causo, wc airo inarch- Sadly, Capitol on a mule. ,Wo build inonu-- J Fnjonds wo can help them. Wo can binoficlal Influence general, tlio agios of the colonial on Its be em in but not with upbraiding, monts to Llnooln and other mi great provide for them, by lending our gradual organization of liberties, ot their shoulders, or In the simple jack- ing shoulder to shqulder to the batTho generous deed ,was donfe, by that Great Commander and men iwlio havo become prominent ass? farce; and providing homes. And sentiments rooted in facts, Its most et of the humble .private? Wherdvor tle, led In tho storms of yioare tliat are fad Uirough their executive ability, nnd today, Fnionds, tho eplnits of and the barren otfoct for 'good is whem It "on fame's otoraal caimplng ground whon (wo Jay down our rifles ing, It is alright; I do not condemn it. departed lwroes comes from the em- scatters abstracts opinions of freed- their silent tents aro spread." in tho the smoko of the battle has cleaned No .braver battle iwas evor won. away-- wo will then orator the. Pearly They should ibe houoned. I applaud battled cliffs of Lookout iMontalns; om, true to nothing existing in a tangled wlhhyoods, in the stately or- Ya nameless graves, not Gates ot the Groat Camping Ground, Under tho 60d and tho daw, and commond tltit Hplrit which promp Thoy come from tlw iheaving 60d of people's practical life, and scoring all such action and I tliiwk ithuy den'e tlw Shenandoah; They gathered alllanoes with, manners of compro even marked by tha words "unknown. there to reoeUivie our reward tor the .Waiting the Judgent da, ; nil we can do for thorn, but tho oarth that bears them d;ad, baars Great Conwnanider hath eald, "j go Under tho blcacm tho Blue, those from tho blazing limes of iBuil Run mise with facts. to rcparo a plaoj for you" thab old gentlemen, who hift their liamos, and Yorktowu and all dho lurd fought Although this flag may Under the garland the; Gray. bo not alive snore true or nobler anon. often knowjaig not tliat thoy would evor fields of the war. With all Today wo remember thorn all, with- By tho flaw their passed as a thing at custom, although of the inland river, No longer shall tho war cry sever, ro'jurn, who Id ted thulr wives and wiounds and with all their 1ionor,thoy tho things which it teaches, may out regard to rank or race, seeking iWhenco the fleet of Iron havo fled, .Or iwlndlng rivers be rod, wo to honor those whom by namie little onts, knowing not but what raise and plead .with us for their seom tp be forgotten, yiet lu tho hour Whelo the blades of gravo grass They banish our angor fonevor, that would be tlieir last famowelljwho Brethren .who survive and bid us, If ot the trial, it It is to come to' others oannct Identify. quiver, 'When thoy laurel tlio gravea of Bhoiildercd their rifles and wont out Indeod wo cherish the memory of as It lias come to many who aro (Today we havo no divided flag It tAsloop are tho ranks ot tho diead. our dead. i to face death, who (fought for four these who bled for us, to sliow our here today, It will be freshly ivaiijm- - waves aver hill and plaln. It overJong yuars for their country and gratitude, not by sounding iwords, but boned. As In the Roman Under. the sod and the ddw history looks the Atlantic and welcomes the Under tho sod and tha dew, thdr flag, for these too mutch can- by stretching out our strong arms of which lells of Hannibal, the might- Sun an ho raises from tho dancing wate I Waiting the Judgftnenti day. Waiting for tOwJudgment day. not bo said, wo cannot honor thtra the oountrs prosperity, to help the iest enemy Rome over knew, it Is and It woivies its adku as ho sinks to Under tlio ono tho Blue, Love and toara for tho Blue, too much; For what would Lincoln Brethren surviving gently down to related that his father, Tears anl lovo ifor tho Gray. Our flag Under the other tho Gray. HauiWoar, roposj in tho quiet Pacific. Jiavo dono liad It iyt beu for thxjse7 Uwir graves. himself a chief stain and a warrior, bears no device. Uipon Its folds our "" Whwo would Itoo&iivelt liave Has Millions of Friends, been To thoso who fought against us; wliose reknown has been ocllpaed by principles aro written in living light; There is the roblna of glory, How would you like to number your had it not beJJi for these? Thoso la the gloom of de&iat, Who To Uiose who followed Lee and Jack-- 1 that of his greater eon, brought him all proclaiming the cons&tutdonal unfriends by millions as Buoklen'a Arreally saved tho country from destrc-llo- n, son, wo have no words of ipondenina-tio- whon a child only nine years old, ion, Justice, equality and fraternity AlKwlth tho battle blood, glory, nica Salve does? Its iwos It Lincoln or tlwso men? astounding Only wonds ot "praise and glory. Into tlio temple of the Gods, that ho of our ocean bound domain for a In the dut of eternity yioot . cures in the past otorty years niado wlio did tho fighting? Could 'Wash- In them we met wltli no foe. worthy might lift ihta little hands to swear llnipl&s future. , Under tho sod and the daw, thorn. Its tho boat SaVvo In tho .world ington havo won our lndopendanco of Uwlr blood; A foe true to their eternal hostility to tho tyuirany of Asking for ourselves no rights that Waiting the Judgment day for sorw, uleors, lecaema, burjwjbolle, ho not been backed by patriots oauso and raady and .willing to give Rome; So, shall they tliat suaoeeded wo do not really concede to others, liad Undor tho taurol the Uhio, , scalds cuts", corns, son oyos, sprajns, ldi(j who .woro tho bravest tlio their lives and their moans In de- us come hone to awoar hostility, not demanding no ittstralnt upon others Undr tho wHlow itlfc Gray. swelling, bruises, cokl son. Has no1 axwld baa own known? fense of that they thought was right, to one rasplng pawor only but to tliat we do not roailyd to submit is tlw men in tho field that the wliil tliny fought against that flog; evony tyrrany that would enslave the ourselves, yiokEng an obedience to From fdbo rilouice of sorimtful Ibowors, squal for piles. 25o at aid druu- It gIU honor and piutea should he given. While they tried to tear It Intertill uouy or wicnain xno ininu or man,. tlio constitution, 'both nuw and old, Tho desolate auournora aro, m ( And tlila uncounted multitdo before thoy ehowod tner bravery dnid th,elr and otornal devotion to tlw giteatprla let us endeavor to lift oureeives to Lovingly tadttiod wMi Mowers For bowol complaints In oalUkan mo and around mo itqvs the fejl-ln- g pxtrlotlun to their cause and AlUca tor Mm JfcWad of tMe fo to olplua wbioh this flag beaches. th&t higher level of pftriotlwu w&lch always glvo Chubrlain'4 CoUo4!'! which the occasion )uuj excited. thoir houvts and no braivor soldiers Nor is this flag, while It assorts doplB?s any narrow uecWoiwltouaiM Usdor tha sod aad tho dew, Caolena aad Dlarrhooa Jdwdy aad Thct VI hundred of Uumnn fooesglow-Hti- over faced a foe than thoso tliat fol- tho bulklf of our fidelity to tho Un- rejoices ki 'a nation broad enough Asking tli Judmet day, tor oil. It Is otrtaln to aUvat a with ayanmatliy and Joyfro.m an lowed Lee and Jookson and laid down ion, In any aonea ungenerous or un- to embrace ovory Bcettou ot tlw counBrotdortd wfth gold bf Blue ouflo aad waaa redueod m44b ( trntor Jmiulso of common grutltudo turned thoir arans at Appomattox. They kind to tbouio with whom wo hvo try and oach of Its people, whether 'Mttltewad with sold the Qmy. and awoefcmad U in toko. rovercotly to heaven in (hid npaoious fought with that aorage and deter- oagaged in duwlly strife. It beara no hjigh or bumble, riah or poor, bteak No )&)viiaa oaa piwtwrtbo a bottor proclaim mination Umple oif tlio flrament, which So tWikoa tho charaotorlzoa tho words of boastlna or unsowning-lor white. mwr o&Ueta, dr- ir. For sale ,Vy an that tho. day tho pkwe and the pur- - American fSokUor aad they wot do- Ou tlw on and the oaaortiou of tho The North aad Sou have bm un aad tlw tkU ot 1 nt feat with the fme eourae. To them wo fdeo give our monk ef pralee and we give homasev To thoej Uw rolghty conHet, wo oxt.ind our hAEd of fellowship aad goodwill. To (tha Kwr Onefl, whoso liamos woro deAtroycd (by tha fire of Uio battHo and who wero loft hometam and friend as wo commend to' Him who is no raector of l3fens and ask hie great BlosBlmgs, ScOdters of 'CI, a generation has parsed and yem have waned a race eur-vlrl- t Will You t t Try a Plat of Alfalfa at Our Expense?! 10 Li'-iV-- If tog-iUio- 1 How to Get the Seed. la-t- or 1-- 10 tm-oug- h . d. t s" th-el- ipos-s3ssi- es t o Date. .- ' Hartford, Kentucky. It th-il- rs or Address.......... nt r , oom-oter- y, . n; , -- 4; uit I m t !.. f , I A FEAST IN SAMOA Develops Into a Conglomerated Scramble For Food. A THE One of SPIRAL NEBULAE. SUBMARINE SHIPS Life-- A JACK Menetony OF ALL TRADES. the TerrVfylnj and Mysterious Forces of Space. SCENE OF WILD DISORDER. '' The Native Queiti Steal All the Eat ablea Within Reach, Which 'They Past Over to Crowds of Waiting K i Relatives Gathered on the Outside. Tho principal native foods of Samoa are bananas, breadfruit, taro, flsh and pork. Bananas prepared "Fa Samoa" would not appeal very strongly to an epicurean taste, for they aro gathered unrlpd and bnked under bcatcd stones, as all Samoan cooking Is accomplished. A baked green banana favors Bomo-wha roasted chestnut, but not enough to causo any mistake between tho two. Tho breadfruit, In my estimation, appeals more strongly to a wblto man's tasto than nny other SamoanJ food. Tbo large, mealy balls aro baked, broken open nnd eaten, usually with- ono or other of tho two Samoan Palu-sasauces pnlusnml and fal-aIs made from tbo young shoots . of tbo taro plant, cocoanut milk and sea water. Fnl-a- l Is evaporated x cocoanut milk. The milk Is poured into a leaf, the ends and edges tied at the top, and it Is then baked until the A water evaporates, leaving a thick cream, which Is very rich and quite palatable. Faro is the root or bulb of a plant which Is an exact counterpart of what wo call "elephant car" In tho United States and Is somewhat like a yam, but inclined to be stingy or shreddy. The Inside of a baked faro bulb Is very solid and of a bluish tint. Tho flsh needs no explanation. Fork Is the sifpreme delicacy, according to tho Samoan mind, and It is always eaten In a half cooked state. Since a Samoan will sell his birthright grown is for a pleco of pig, one-haworth $30 or $40 and will always find a market; therefore It Is easily seen that pork can bo afforded only on holiday occasions. Tho Samoan method of killing a pig Is unique. Tbo animal's feet are tied together, and It Is laid upon Its back. Then two largo, heavy natives place a 2 by 4 scantling across Its neck, after which they seat themselves ono on each end of the scantling. As tho unfortunate pig is telowly strangled to death his heartless execu-doner- s calmly talk politics. Tho reason for strangulation in putting a hog to death is simply this: A pig Is held in such high esteem that it breaks the Samoan heart to see even the blood being wasted. The blood Is used In injunction with tho fatty parts of thp entrails and when baked forms some kind of pudding. 1 have never tasted this kind of pudding myself, but a Samoan will tell you that it Is simply delicious, and 1 am willing to tako his word for it Even the cleaned entrails aro utilized, and right here In Samoa we can again bring Into use the Chicago stockyard phrase that "only the squeal Is lost" I well remember the first and only Samoan feast 1 ever had the pleasure of attending. I received an Invitation ono day from a Samoan whoso friendship I had formed to attend a feast the following night which he was giving to dedicate his now home. There were several white men present and about fifty natives. We were'ar-ronge- d In two rows facing each other, sitting cross legged, and In front of each was a small mat on which was a profusion of food, including a lupe (or pigeon), a piece of pork (palusnmi). tarp lbreadfrult-- ln fact, everything which goes to make a Samoan feast ail to bo washed down with cocoanut milk. I had taken two or three mouthfuls of tho pigeon when 1 noticed that there was a ring of natives each with a basket waiting Impatiently . Just outsldo the house. As I turned to 4lm tnnn nn mv rfrrht for tho mlXDOSP f of asking why these peoplo wero as riembled outside 1 sensed a movement In closo proximity on my left. Turning quickly around. 1 was Just In tlmo to farewell gllmpso of my fine V catch a being dumped bodily into ono supper of tboso waiting baskets. I saw at 1 onco the reason for that overflow meeting outside. Tho woman who sat next to me bad taken a favorable opportunity when my back was turned to pick up my mat and dispose of my meal to her waiting relative, who had attended tbo overflow meeting with a boL Tbe most stupendous manifestations of force of which we have any knowledge are presented by the spiral nebulae, whose mysterious and terrifying forms wero flrst clearly revealed by tho Lick observatory photographs 0 by tho late Promade In fessor James E. Kccler. The heavens aro full of them they exist by thousandsand as astronomical photography Is brought to greater perfection their amazing shapes tend more nnd moro t,0 upset all former Ideas concerning the processes of creation nnd destruction going on In the interstellar spaces. They affect in an equal uc- greo nil theories about the origin and ultimate fate of our own solar sysi 1808-100- a Aboard These War Craft Is Sequence of Discomfort?. FOR TORTURE THE NOVICE. , tern. Who would Imngtno on looking up nt the starry heavens some quiet night that the earth is llko a person ' lost In tho midst of the Whirring wheels and spinning shafts of somo enormous mill or macblno room, whero spindles, bolts, whirling running chomping pistons, grinding cogs, gyrating governors, dizzying flywheels nnd leaping rods confuse tho eye and the mind nnd parnlyze the limbs with the terror of Impending annihilation) Wo are not nwarc of this' stnrtllns? situation becnusc, while we see tbo stars, wo do not Bio what is among the' stars. Tho spinning machinery of the universe is revealed only in photographs', and as far as our senses are concerned It performs Its functions with a silenco which to tho imagination becomes a part of tbo horror of space. Tbcso cosmic wheels spin with incalculable velocity, but tho span of human Ufo Is but a second of tlmo In comparison with their periods. If wo could magnify tlmo so that a second would become as n century, then an hour would be equivalent to 800,000 years, and. the true aspect of the spiral nebulae would burst upon our astonished senses. Garrett P. Scrvlss in New York American. Between Choking For Air and Suffocating From the Fumes of Gasoline the Agony Is Excruciating Added Terrors When Caught In a Storm. Submarine boats have been developed to tho point where they can cover on tneir own power a ramus or wju miles in effective fighting trim, in storm nnd cnlm tlio submarines are capable of navigating the seas' with credit to their Inventors nnd constructors. With a fleet of theso vessels stained in the vicinity of nny of our large, coast cities It would bo difficult for battleship to get within effectlvo striking distance Tho flrst Impressions received on descending Into tho hold of a submarluo aro tho30 of discomfort and suffocation. The accommodations for a crew of thirteen seem about right for half n dozen. One is In too closo proximity to whirring machinery, too, to enjoy tho sensation. On all sides are arranged electrical devices and machinery to operate tho craft and the torpedoes. A thin shell of sjeel separates tho visitor from tho torpedoes, nnd the outside water is so close that ono can almost feel its moisture. When under way on tho surface the submarine bums and trembles. Tbe fumes of gnsollno nrenlmost suffocating. Thcro Is no escaping from them. Some of the inon contract what Is called "gasoline heart" If under wnter too long tbo fumes make ono sick and - Will Never Kill England's Postmaster Central, Tho Ilrltlsh postmaster general 19 what 'Londoners call a universal provider, a rcgulnr department storo of public functions. He will insure your life, give you a little bank to hoard your pennies In, take caro of your savings, sell yon nn annuity, n postnl order or a foreign draft, Invest your spare capital In a nice little government bond and pay a weekly pension to your aged mother or aunt Ho carries letters, nnd' other mall matter, transmits telegrams, cablegrams and wireless messages, maintains nn enormous staff of messenger boys nnd conducts an express company business for every sort of parcel, from a hnlfpcnny packet up to shipments of eggs, dressed p6ultry and fresh flsh. Ho collects all tho worn copper coin's for the nritlsh treasury. lie has factories for making his supplies and nn electric central station of I1I3 own In London for lighting his ofllces. sending tho current through his cable ducts. IIo will sell you a license for a dog, a carriage, a motorcar or a family coat of arms, or ho will put In your telcphono and tako caro of your "tfi'"SX5JN"S"XSS5S Tlio Klntl You Ilnvo Always Bought, nnd which Ims foccii. in uso for over 30 years, lias homo tho signature of ' and has been mndo under his per- rt sonal supervision, slnco its Infancy. jrj(4ij7jt WuzcyK'-tttCsUM- , Allow no ono to deceive you in this. hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and"Just-ns-good,,nr- o Experiments that trlllo Avltli nnd endanger tho health oC Infants nnd Children Experience against Experiment. rf lf THE BLANKET FISH. This Dreaded Sea Monster Wraps Its Body Around Its Prey. Tbo manta, or blanket flab, is common to tbo warm parts of the Pacific. Around the Mexican penal colony on Tres Marias islands, not very far from Manzanlllo, it is one of tho most efficient guards for the prisoners Incarcerated there. Not a man has ever been known to cscnpe from this" dreaded prison by swimming. No sooner does a human body strlko the water than a school of these monsters appear, flying like giant bats through the sea. They throw themselves on the hapless swimmer, crushing him to the bed of the sea, and there suck the flesh from his bones with their pqwerfut mouths. The manta grows to mammoth dimensions, thoughtbe ono which I saw, says a writer In the Wide World Magazine, was comparatively small, not weighing over two or three tons and not being more than fifteen feet across. The flsh is nearly square In outlino, the wings forming great right angles, which stretch nut from the body, giving it a rectangular appearance. Tho flsh swim hy flapping theso wings and are sometimes called "sea bats" on tills account Mantas swim with incredible rapidity for what is apparently so ungainly a flsh. and once they 6lght anything In tho water, unless it he tho speediest fish or shark, tbey overhaul it and simply closo It wrapping the entire blanket-llkbody around the unfortunate victim. Even with a sharp knlfo It Is almost Impossible to reach a vital point in the manta's body. For this reason they aro the most dreaded by divers of all the dwpllers In the sea, and tbe divers Ufo Is not without Its perils, tako my word for that d , , J The Young Idea, In a certain school a schoolboy of tender years Is said to have produced tbe following essay on tbe camel: "The cannlmal Is a sheep of tho desert, it is called a backtcrla because it bas a hump on Its back. The cannlmal Is very patient and will He down and dlo without a groan, but when It Is angry it gets its back up, which Is called tbo bump. Tho shepherds of cnnnlmals Is called Arabs. When they live In towns they are called street Arabs. When tbe cannlmal goes on a Journey It drinks as much as It can to last for many days. Such animals nre called acqul-duckThose that cannot carry enough aro called Inebriates." sket V. I if. Si scene of wild disorder as each native strove to outdo his neighbor in securing tbo most food to send homo. The strategy, flank movements nnd tact that thoy exhibited under the inspiring grab game so, far provoked my comedy bump that I was more than repaid for the loss of my supper In watching their energetic struggles to obtain food " gratis. I was afterward informed that the spectacle I had witnessed wns simply tbo nntirral courso of a Samoan feast, that thoy always ended tho same way and 1 was I u deed fortunate to have, secured a taste or bo of my pigeon. Los Angeles Times. Then ensued a conglomerated scramble, and the feast .was turned into a if The indispensable Boy. Caller now Is your new ofllce boy getting along these days? Lawyer Ob. fine! lie's go' things so mixed up now that 1 couldn't set along without Tfelsk all yea speak, bat by ' u ' means speak all yoa think. A Political Placard. John B. Thompson of Kentucky, who served In both houses of congress, was a master of tho art of ridicule. Here Is his characterization of tho contempt In which party platforms aro held after Beer Slang In Germany. elections: Even tho serious Germaus it ap"Tho two or threo last platform prespears, havo a rich and racy slang. idents wo havo had when they got in examples that a writer Quicker. Hero are some all "IIow nro'you mnkln out?" asked tho rnr of stato nnd safely seated 'Do for tho Dultlmore Sun lately clawed around everywhere you could see, out of a German dictionary: Blertlsch ono Pullman porter. I "Well, I used to think I wns doln' ' not stand on tbo platform when the (beer fish), tho little bits of cork that pretty good," replied the other, "but cars aro In motion.' " McCluxe's Mag sometimes float in beer; blerredo (beer " after sceln' a train held up by a road azlne. harangue), a speech made at a banagent tho other day I feel a good deal quet; blcrbass (beer bass), a heavy, Others Like Her. masculine voice; blerbruder llko throwln' this old wblskbroomaway Business Man (cxplalulng) Whe gettln a revolver." Washington and (beer brother), a barroom acquaintance; they say "money Is easy" they mean bierelfcr (beer zeal), extraordinary and Star. Blraply that supply Is greater than the absurd enthusiasm. demand. Ills WIfo Goodnessl J Modern Children. i shouldn't think such a thing posslble.-Bos- ton "IIow old are you, Elslo?" Old Salts. Transcript- "Nine years." Another couple was about to be "And you, Erna?" launched on tbo sea of mntrlmony, "I am twelve." Better In an Argument. "They dont seem a bit afrnld," some Blobbs A woman can generally hit "Really twelve? You aro wonderful-lone back in tbe crowd observed. well preserved!" Fllcgende Blatter. tbo nail on the head. Blobbs yes, but "And why Bhould tliey?" asked tho generally moro successfully with nn gentleman next "They've both been argument than w;th a hammer.-l'h- lln Glad He Left. across several times." St Louis Actor There was a thunder of ap- dolpbla Record. plause when, I left the stage. Bored Friend-Ser- ves you right! Yousbouldu't, Quiet Resting Place. NoSwearlng, stay on so longl Bertie Do you know, Gertlo. I'm "Jim isn't drinking now,'! regular run down. Where's tbe best "Ilonest? Did be swear oOT $ybat tbe stars are to tbe Armament place to go for a good long rest? (Sorreally quit this tlme."Xole-C- o "No;,be '' '' tie The cemetery. kind deeds are to tbe earth. . Blade. s. tlme.-OarpI marine under water for any great length of tlmo without suffering ex cruciating torture. In time, however, ono gets used to it and a trip may bo ono of cnlovment But It is .when tbe submarine dives that tho most unpleasant symptoms come. Thero aro 'ten compressed air tanks supplied, and .these furnish sufficient air to keep tho crew alive a good many hours. But did you ever livo on compressed air? If not It will bo a new sensation, especially If you aro fifty feet below tho surface of the water. There is a tingling sensation nil over tho body, a pounding of tbe eardrums nnd possibly a senso of nausea. As the air Is automatically regulated from tbo compressed nlr tanks ono gets his shnro of tho oxygen, but sometimes the supply may vary. It certainly does In different parts of the shin, Ono may be choking for lack of good nlr In one part and be exhilarated by a too abundant supply in another. Sometimes when tho engines aro running to chnrgo tho batteries the fumes of the gasoline become so strong that men nre rendered unconscious. They must bo taken up on deck then to get a whiff of fresh air. For this reason the batteries are only above tbo water. But charged In tlmo of war it might bo necessary to' chargo them whllo running below. Then, Indeed, tho man aboard tbe mfgbt envy tho aerial navigator flying abovo tho sea with bis abundance of fresh air to breathe. Cooking under water is a pretty uncertain and disagreeable work. The only nppllanco for tlds purposo Is a small electric heater. This Is Just about big enough to beat water to mako a cup of coffco and nothing else. Tho crew have their food cooked aborfrd tho tender. Tho submarine Is built on. the prin ciple of economizing space In everything. There Is no room for nnythlng except the actual necessities. Every Inch of space is given over to ma chinery. This is everywhere compact nnd efficient but multiplied so often that ono wonders what It Is all for. Tbero Is machinery for running the boat, for guiding It under water, for controlling It when It dives, for compressing tho air tanks, for operating the torpedoes nnd even for regulating tho power of vision above nnd below water. When caught In a storm In a submarine life Is really not worth living. It consists of a series of Intense struggles to prevent death by being battered against steel walls or to keep from becoming Involved in whirring wheels and dynamos. If you survive tho ordeal you couclude that It Is not necessary to wait for war to find hades. It er's Is w"tu you nil tho Weekly. sub-marl- dizzy. A novice cannot remain In a night tho postmaster general confessed that he sometimes doubted whether ho had any human personality nt all. When he thought of his own functions, ho said, ho was appalled by them. In bis ofll clnl capacity ho Is responsible for more property than anybody else in tho United Kingdom, employs far more people than any Individual or corporation, prosecutes more malefactors every day than tho public prosecutor and sends out every week moro apologies for himself nnd explanations of his ac tlons than all the rest of the British population combined. Telcphono He-vie- hollos. At n dinner tho other Castor Oil, PareCastorla Is a harmless substitute goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic Mibstancc. Its ngo is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Fcvcrishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels, giving- healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. - What is CASTORIA for GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Boars tho Signature of Cuzjtw The cMC&skt. TT, KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over THC CCNTAUft COMPANY, TT MURHAV 30 Years. NCW YOnK CITY. sub- LITTLE SORREL The Favorite Battle Charger of Stonewall Jackson. Among tbo many battle steeds ridden during tbe war between tho states by tho celebrated Confederate Corps Com mander Stonewall Jackson of Lee's army his favorite was a charger affectionately named Llttlo Sorrel by the Second corps of the Army of Virginia Ho was about fifteen hands and, as General Longstreet said to tho writer, strongly resembled, except In color. President Zachnry Taylor's Old Whltey of the Mexican war. Jackson rode him at Bull Bun, Winchester, Cedar Mountain, Manassas, Antletam, Harpers Ferry, Fredericksburg and on many other battlefields. Bo mounted Little Sorrel for the Inst time at Chancellors vllle May 2. 16G3. and In tho battle wns mortally wounded by bis own men and died a week later. General Bradley T. Johnson of Maryland In a letter to the present writer remarks: "Jackson was an 'ungainly horseman, and when ho rode by tbe troops Llttlo Sorrel would strike off on a run. The general would pull off bis cap and ride bareheaded at full speed past miles of shouting Confederates. Tho saying wns when you heard that yell before or behind you on tbo march. 'There goes old Jack on a rabbit' When the soldiers started a rabbit they'd scaro him to death with yell ing." , US LET IBM PRINT YOUR CARDS NOTE HEADS ' ENVELOPES BILL HEADS POST CARDS BLOTTERS PROGRAMS LETTER HEADS STATEMENT HEADS CIRCULARS BOOKLETS SHIPPING TAGS LABELS STOCK FORMS CATALOGUES home near Richmond at the age or thirty-siyears and la now to bo seen, like Sheridan's Winchester, carefully preserved in a glass case after being x Little Sorrel died at the Soldiers' prepared by a skillful taxidermist at Lexington, Va. .lames Grant Wilson in S. P. 0. A. Bulletin. ORDER BLANKS . Sensitive Meredith. Tho house nt 17 Red Lion square. W. 0.. London, was once occupied by and Dante William Morris. Burne-Jonc- s Gabriel RossettL George Meredith In the days of his extrcmest penury Join cd with those otheV three young men In their bachelor establishment Tbe state of his boots, wo are told by one of tho biographers, at length aroused tho sollcltudo of his fellow tenants, replaced who ono night stealthily them by n new pair. But Meredith was so much piqued by what was meant in nil kindness that he withdrew don from tho fellowship tho next News. day.-Lon- it w '; ;"" MORTGAGE BLANKS DEED BLANKS Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable. Let Us Submit Estimate on Your Next Work. All Work Guaranteed. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Phono ISJo. 22. HARTFORD, KY. Terrible Picture of Suffering. Clinton, Ky. Mrs. M. C. McUlroy, In a latter from Clinton, writes: "For six years, I was n auffercr from fonialo troubles. 1 could not oat, and could not 6tand on my foot, without Buffering groat pain. I laid lost hono. After using Cardul a week, 1 began to Improve. Now I feel better than hi six yoars." Fifty years of success in actual practice, is ixxsIUvo proof, furnished by tlioso who have trlod, it, that Cardul can always be relied on for relieving female weaky ness and dteeaso. Try Cardul, to-dit- - "Full ol Ute" Northern Crown have a trputatiou oi jS yean et tucceesful seed slowing behind llitm. It pays to plant the best. Seasonable Specialties: T'cUlgrced Buckbee'i SEEDS Sii BI2ANS ti-i- y . Earliest Red Valentine .. Relucee Extra Katly New SttlnRlcss Green Tod . Warduell's Imp. Kidney Wax Davis New White Wax . . Currle's Kust 1'rool Wax . Bushel J.t.JJ llushel Jj.70 llushel U so Bushel M.75 llushel H.50 Uushel Post-Dispatc- h. .. f J.JO Bushel New Kaily Gracilis !. so Bushel ti-$Horsford's Market Garden Bushel Buckbee's Lightning Kipress J5.00 Bushel v Lettuce. Rudlih, Toroto and a full line ot Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. d Ss-n(or complete catalogue or submit a list ol your requirements and will quote prices. Buy direct (rom the grower Sae Money. Write today. Mention this paper, Extra Early Alaska ... now A4 6 '". miBuclbctSl., H. W. BUCKBEE Koclferd Stra FcfKi. Koafors'.tt . 't. 4 , ' Hartford Republican. Btd iwcortfe the (Altera In the tobacco flekte mid FORMER CIRCUIT CLEW IN HENDERSON JAIL Official is in Bad and Bond' has Not been Given to rwd the HsMitftwd llomld'i aory cf Judge O'Rojt' wivaWng in Hertfy ord. Mondy, ftftd'it went on to C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER that it did not iwiount to any tiling, EDITOR8 was a very good loturo and "did no RAMEY E; DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER harm to the LXmiocraUc cau9j lwro" PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. by Uicn winds the story 1141 I and calling attention to members of llveir to panty Uiaot Uioy have a Kg fJght on communications Address 11H hands and that they must boallVtt Th Hartford nouubllcan. to th3 Importance of tSe situation If they Eiuccood." Those last few lines 0. Bound very much indeed like Jul,jj Ouxibrlo.JrJ.J....... -- .22. Jtourll BlirM-- .. 0"Rar's speech was moro than a the lecture and DID same "hanm-t- o FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. Democratic cause horo." to lw t tit. Vertom It ma rwr nwln tkis wo Has visited BnwiHren,Mr. nd Mrs. Wm. SohroiKfer, ot Red IM11, from' Fnttay until Tw.mtmy. tfabyc, Fari Bflpwit rMfw) his Cowtorewn, Mr. Auk of liMt week. Several f n tM plaeo t to Jwlge HrMord 31 "i.ay ito bear hr :' Prtr, v'i Ladles' ; w'm'"'J"'l'"p"l",'"" """ '"X , He-sign- ed C'Rwr1' ' (J ! Office. REPUBLICAN TICKET Vpr Governor, EDiWtARD C. O'REAR, of Mt Sterling. For Ltoutonant Governor, U L. BRISTOW, of Goorgotqwn. For Attorney General, , thos. c. McGregor, of Benton. FVr Auditor, . 3UE0NAUD W. BETHERUM, of lit.. Vornom. j For Treasurer, HERMAN F. MONROE, of Loulsvillo. 'Mr. McCneary's questions to Judge politics O'Rear concerning national and the pardon of Powers and Flnley are ridiculous in the extreme. For, For Superintendent of Public no as Judge O'Rear says, It makes ftistruotlan, difference in tills campaign whether V. W. VINSON, he differs with the President on his off Princeton. tariff policy or not. He had as well Fox Clerk Court of Appeals, ask Judge O'Rear whether he agrees C. 6. WILSON, with Mr. Taft's rollgion or not. Tho of Williamsburg. not question concerning wbather or certain he indorses the pardon of Representative Ohio County, For peciple, made by Governor WJllson, S. A. LEAOH, was done for the purpose of attemptof Beaver Daim. ing to inflame the minds of the peoFor Senator, ple and avoid the Issues involved in C. HOTJMAN, As Judge O'Rear this campaign. of ilorgantown. alneady says, those pardons ihave been issued. They are in the past. Judga, O'Rear could not consider annot other pardon if lie wiero "I am running forward and Governor A Fierce Night Alarm. liis and he would not undertake to tmak1 in tttckward." Judge O'Rear speech at Madlsonnrilte last . Satur-3a- y. those pardons any stronger by doub Is the hoars .stavtll nig cough of a child ling thorn, up, to use his own cxpressf-- suddy attacked (by croup. Often It Lqwis Chamblin, of 'Mancheslon Judge 0'Rearsays he is "run aroused ter, 0., (R. R. No. 2.) for thalrfour Instead of answering Judge O'Rear's nlng forward and not backward." children were greatly subject to croup questions, Senator McCreary rwas conhe Senator McCreaiy In his speedi at "SomioMmes. in srfv&rc. attacks," ask some other questent to mer-JBowling Green Alonday most wrote "we were afrnld they "would tions. his time to a discussion of the tar- die, but since we proved wiat a cer The State campaign is now fairly iff and to his administration as gov- tain nem'dy Dr. KIng',s New 'Discovon nnd for the next fifty dajs the ernor 3C years ago. He will doubt-Us- a ery is, we have no fear. We raly on State will he fairly afire with oradiscover that th3 people, want It for croup and for caughs.colds or tory on both, sides. to know something nlbout tho. pres- any throat or lung trouble.1" So do ent and future and are interested this thousands f others." So may you. as year mostly in those things The question has been ralsl which Asthma, Hay Fever, La GrlpjKj.AVhoap is effect tho Siato of Kontanky. The lng Cough, Hemorrhages fly 'before it. to whether or not Mr. McCreary jiumine for tho Pjvsldency or for governor will have very little to do 50c and $1.00. Trial .bottle free. Sold Governor til Kentuck.y m with making tariff laws as laell as by all druggists. the Commissioner of Agriculture.. In The Calloway County Gazette which fact we have never heard that the Pay Your Taxes. is supporting the Republican S'ate State Legislature had attempted tt I will bo at the following places at ticUetilthough a Democratic naper.ls pass any tariff measure among all thy dat s named as follows to coljeoeirfng many subscriptions upon, its the many iilbsurd things which it lias lect your taxes: campaign offer all over the State enacted. So the voters noed not be Ttiffy, September 11, a. m. "The proprietors are offering to send alarmed about the tariff this jvar. Adaburg, Septtanber 11, p. m. Jt for twenty oen's the remainder of That will ibo taken icane of in (good Magan, Soptomber 12. the campaign to anjono in Kentucky. form wxt yiear when members of Ralph, Septomer 13. Congress and a President and Ball Run, September 14. Have you noticed that not a word Hoflln, Sapt.mler 15. will he elected. the In was said in the Democratic platform m anUme iL't us look after thenieaJs Pleasant Ridge, Soptomber 1C. Do of Iventuclrj', as to tho unjust nppolntment. Buford, Svpteanbor IS.. and suiiilort that platthese true law abiding citizens that form and that set of candidates (givT."1I. BLACK, S. 0. make up the Democratic party l4!'ivo ing the greatest promise elf good to G. P. JONES, D. S. O. C. Jt Just to rob thousands of vo'ers In filn people. the s'ate of the right to vote? Why EDWARDS SCHO0LHOUSE. jsot the e'ate nnd let overy Sept. 5 As it has been several L. & N. Rates. man's vote count? Fourth District we?ks since this place has hem heard 1st, 1911, rates will from, I will write a few lines to lot Effective Leader. be changed on tickets to following you know we are still Hying. Hartford business men and citizens points on 3,1. II. & E. to priced namIn this community is better. without r gard to political affiliations ed bslow:. Most owryfbcdy Is feollng fine after tho decorated Monday in honor of Harford t'o Centrtown, 18 conts. tho fino rain wo had last iweek. Crops Republican nominee for Governor. Haitford to Kronos, Ky., 32 cents. ana looking much better. This mark of respect was commented Hartford to Smalllious, Ky., 37 cts. .Mr. Kill's Splnks, wife and daughon. by many visitors to the enedlt of Harford to Moorman, Ky., 4G ota. ter, of Warren county, are at the the town. It was appivclaUd by tho Hartford to Bivauen, Ky., 58 ots. Iwdslds of his brother, Haley Srlnks, Republicans and will ho reciprocated 04 who HaTtford to Lynn City, Ky., is very sck at this writing. cents. tiie first opportunity. Sewral from this placo wnt to Hartford to Anton, Ky., 90 onts. Beaiver Dam Friday to be at tho fehow speech Senator McCroary In his All other sta'Jons eamo rate as In but wore much disappointed by the at Bowling aneen, Monday, failed to effect prior to September 1st. show falling to come. answer any or the qustiloru propoundH..K. MISOIIKE, Agt tf Mr. Wayne Splnk3 and famly who his ed to him by Judge O'Riear in ifonmerly llvd at Taylor Mines has Mayfield address. Among othar ques Speaks Well for Odd FellowsH niawd an our nildst tions, Judge O'Rear askod the SenaiMrs. Win. Schroader who-ha- s If the following iba correct, and it boon woujd call on ixtra tor whother ho should b3 coming, as It doc, from at tho 'bedside of her daughter, B;- session of Uie lAiglelature to adopt the "The Kentucky Odd Fellows,"" It speak slo Hurt for the last wiook past has the county unit law, provided regular session failed. To this ques- mighty well for the Odd Fellows' returned home, ' that older, in Adams ociun'iy, Ohio, and Mrs. Dona Martini Epent a few days tion Mr. MoQreary responded he would d cide Uiat question after whatever Is tnu of the order jn that with her elstur, Jlrs. 11 .sale Hurt county is evidently true everywhere lost week. ibe session adjouriijod. airs. Beasle Hurt has been very else. IKmvj It Is: In his spoech in the Court House "Tin oixler of Odd Fellows has a s'ck for soma time, but da 'better at Judge O'Rear right to fool (proud of their onganlza- - tliis writing-Littl- e yard last Monday concerning J ss.o Dabncy, eon of Lucy bis tlou, slnco it has been learned tlwt saado hlnuKslt plain ayrapathy and notions heretofore w'Lth out of 8SG members In Adams county, Daibnoy, wiho Jias bv.vn sick for some votes time is much improved. the tobacco growers. He also male Ohio, u county polling 5,400 Llttlo Miss Maude Brjant, of this tik position plain, as ho always lias, nearly 2,100 of whom wvre dis ion the question of law and order. franchised, not a singlo Odd Fellow placo, visltud at Qlatou last iwook. Ills position in favor of law and or- was Indicted for celling his vote. 3Ir Walter Canady nnd fUmlly, of der ami ckency generally is only This fact has Just been received by near Hartford, visited at Mr. Thomas Grand Master Hoffman, who has just Ashford, Saturday, saJsrepixseJi'ted by those whoso ,i Little Miss Dona Hurt, of this place, may bo counted as against finished making an Investigation. y For Boorotary at "State, A- - J. OLIVER, of Scottsville. Fox CammdKiotiier of Agriculture, D. W. CLARK, of Barbourvllle. evidently unJudge O'Rear Is runderstands that ning the interesting partof tine present campaign. It has detailed 11 sp clal reporter to atUu'd his eiwaldng appointment and so far Is treating theso meetings with fairness and givgrtat ing prominent epace la that newspaper to the Interesting and utterances of tills champion of Uie cause of tho people. The the has found out that people wanit to know what he is saying and, as a NEWSPAPER, It canthose not afford to fall to ruport meetings in a liberal way. The people want to buy the news and itho Cour daro not suffer the Po3t and Herald to haw a rnionqply of the promising finest thought and most futuru line of suggestions (for U10 wolfare of Kentucky, over advanced by a candidate for Governor, in the history of ,tho State. TJ10 Courier-Journal al ijJ tlnw. cr Wv. . ' A. 1 ,. .1 j.'C. A. Bryawt, of ithts (Henderson, Ky., Spt 4,Pof.Bome timo it has been oxpeo'jod that jV. O plao., ' .' 1 a a guests of their daughSunday and MonMoseley wc.uld,our his realgmwon as ter, of circuit court clorkf Last night tho day. expect! happened. Judgo J. W. Heu- - Tho Red Hill basjball foam passed through here Sunday onroute home 9Mi of the circuit court receivjd tho accepted If. A? suc- an Jn high aplrlts. They efty they are roslcnntlon. and to play tho Bantfett boj-- again cessor to Mr. Mo&atay probably will School Is jirogrosjslng Hioely with be appointed todiy. Judse Hemson eald last rr'eht that Mlsa Maudo Stowart as teaclier who fie he had not ducid d upon would appoint as Mr. Moseley.'a sue cesser, but said that It would be somp good Democrat. Srivoral peifeone are BASEBALL NEWS. applicants for the position, but It Is not known whether any one of .thorn will land the plum, as Judge Henson refused o give out any information . to his choice, If he had, mails one. The Locals went down i a their worst (Mr. Moswley is in Jail at pneajht on defeat of the ' season when Btavor tho charge of converting another's Sa'tiurcViy at property to his own use. It Is alleged Dam plajed them last Beaver Daim with a score of 18 io 2. that iMr. Moaeely used tihe. money cf ,who Hartford's pitcher, George Robinson, cf whom he was Barnett, has been doing snch good (work bUs Moaeley's custodian. bondsmen, a year Locals, was not abe to trust company, had to make up tho pltsh for the the game in account of tha condeCicienoy, amounting to over $G,000. dition 'Of his .arm, and tha pitchers The company ewore out a (warrant for for Hartford were changed three tinus Mr. Mossley's arrest. Ho gave bond during the game."" Beaver Dam had andconUniHxl to attend to his duties a strong batJtory (composed of Rjynolds as circuit clerk until a few days ago, and Thorp, of McHtnry. when his bondsmen, gave him up and put in. jail. ha was J. L. Horton, who is on Tils official bond, asked to ,bo released, and the case was set to be tried before Coun ty Judga S. A. Young today. A great many people are under the Impression tlhat Judge Henson hod the right to mow a circuit court 'clerk for misconduct or malfeasance In office. Under the law. Judge Henson had no such authority, the pow.;r of removal resting entirely with the oourt of appeals. The resignation of Mr. Mosolay is no' sunprisa, as It" was looked for by everyone wlho- knows anything aibout tho case. Circuit court conrened today, and something had to ba done In the matter, as Mr. .Moseley I was in Jail and the court practically BEAT THE BARNETT'S SLIDE without a clerk. THROW ON THIRD SATURDAY. s r o(VlVams Minea to at- r. 7.ey report a large Suits Skirts I c &rm v Our Sample Book has just arrived and shows over 250 patterns of cloth, 72 styles of Made to your own measure. :: I We Guarantee a Per- fect Fit. We are now ready to show you I v our Fall Stock of Custom-Mad- e Ladies' Suits from $10 UP. DEPEND ON Barnard Si Co. ' I X" Hartford, Ky. On Sunday Sept,- - 3, the Red Hill team plajed Bennetts school house team, assisted by Hartford team, nt Bennetts school house. Tho score iwas 5 to 2 In favor of Red Hill. r d3-ote- Manager Castebler of the Locals chal lenged the B aver Baini team after tho game Saturday afternoon to jilay Hart ford. Saturday night he talked with the manager cf the Beaver Daim team and they rosi Ively refused to .play against Hartford on the local groundp, but agreed at that time they would play at McIIenry, which was agread 'by the Hartford manager. liater,wo are Informed that Beaver Daim has stated that they will not play Hartford, Saturday. When you have a "kick" about the manner of mjws that Is published In any department of this paper, and of the Baseball Department especially, come direct to tha editor of this dapartment, ar.d not to employees of mechani'jcal d'ipartment. the They have nothing whatever to do with It, aud the editor of this department Is responsible for what may appear in It. Lay away tenderly, Pack it with care, The old shiny Suit That has given such wear. '. a i NOW FOR ! SOMETHING NEW! For the man whn ic nnt en nitfw fully poor, or so recklessly rich, wp have Suite in Fonnn run,z4 T Worsteds, Cassimeres, Plain Che- nt t S C Tho boys of tho Seventh and Eighth under direction of tlielr teachIKdrlok, are practicing for er a game that Is scheduled at an tarly date with a team that Is gotten up by Prof. Ozna Shultz. gradies", viots, and Tweeds at S-i- $10, $12.50, $15 and $20. JSVKKY SUIT IS WORTH & H-al- th SPECIAL -- Cash Prices. 100 lbs. Gran. Sugar . ...$G.75 14 lbs. Gian. Sugar 1.00 50 lb. can Purolard 5.50 49 lbs. Viotor Flour 1.40 24 lbs Victor Flour 70c 48 lbs. Bob White Flour 1.25 24 lbs. Bob White G5c 1 THE MONEY We ask for it, and bbl. Town Talk Flour . 4.50 48 lbs. Town Talk Flour 1.15 24 lbs. Town Talk GOc 0 bars Big Doal Soap 25c G bars Lenox Soap 25c X 6 bars Magio White Spap..25c G bars White Splasher .... 25c G bars Fels Naptha 25o G G Z well satisfied. J You can pay more money to the $ tailnr. hut vmr'11 tfot nn Ufi- - ..: We would like to show you the new Fall Styles, even if you have no notion of buying. Come in, any- - X j v ui mgac ouiid will ue every man who t how, just for a look. bars Ivory Rub-No-Moro bars Nyea 6 pkg. G pkg. Gold Dust 25o lOJjars White Floating. .25c .... 25o 25o 25c ! ! Ca.rson & Co. : i INCORl'OKATF.D , ! syw-jiatUI- Hartford Grocery On. $ ONEPRICED CLOTHIERS. Hartford, Kentucky. A 444 J ! BAKING POWDER Absolutely Purw The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE Mr. A. ROYAL Sunday, Sapfcetoiber 10th o'clock p. m. ltov. Birch ShMds, y. ot Beavtr wn, will perform tbo at rair Afcllenry 8 ojre-mcm- 1J Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER - l business In Fordsvtlie Wdnv?sday. Miss Edith Carson- is spending a nolsContral Rail road Tl mo few dayswi.h tfrlends Jn Louisville. y Table. Enter Fair's Piano Contest and enlist your friends to work for At Beavor Dam Ky. to-da- 8. at Centertown, Tuesday. AttorneySK L. Heavrln transacted C, Yolser transacted buslnos you. T. It. Barnard rc'tinted !a9t from tho Eastern nutnkc!ti3,whero ' goods for tlio ho .has been buying tlran of Barnard & Co., city and J, Bvnard & Klttlilger, of Smallhous. k?'Tip law firm of Barnett nnd SmPh ' lmipravm nts making extensive on tliolr law offices In The Republican!building. grille two rooms iformorly iby Dr. Ball ore ipaper-- l ad nmd painted, and when finished tlio entire second floor of (four rooms will be usad by tills law firm. While blasting stumps art his farm n?ar Bpda last Monday mornlngIr. St ive Binnott met tvIMi a painful accident when the ctharge (went off and a pieco of wood struck him In (tho leg, fracturing the 'member .between' the ankle and kneo. Mr. Bennett is TO years old and nt last account wis goitlns along as as could be Mr. nl&lht I ed NewLADIES' and MISSES. FeJl Suits FOR We have the i first showing of the new fall garments and it will please us to show them to you. famous We sell the GARMENT - wl Henidereoh, Jesre Ranklu nds dauglutcr of Judgy A Hemd. Von, of No.lSl luU.S5a.n). No. 132 due :03 ft in. avnsoN-Co. FordsvlHe, arid Mr. Alfred A. Appling, No. ltll due 1:48 p.m. No.lM.luelt.SSp.m. No. 131 dnfSlSp. m blisses Anient Shultz and Eftlo Day of Cincinnati, wore married at tho lo. 102 dne 2:43 p.m. man are visiting the Misses Gillespie hoimeof !ihobrlda Wednesday morning. thoy this week. Imm'idlately after the fJA. H. & E. Railroad Time Table Wo have" now Clothing new le't for Vlbong, South Daltota, wljoro at Hartford, Ky. Shoa3, naw Hats, new Dress Goods they wilt mako their home. The cere && N. time card effective Monday L. mony was performed by Rov. J. T. and Notions. . PARSON & CO. Aug. 2Ut Lurwis. Fair's Comparo qualities and No. 112 Nona .Bound uuo 7: 19 a, m. Judge R. R. Wedding and County prices with otlw houses. You will dally except Sunday. Attorney C. E. Smith loft yesterday find them tower. ' . No. ,114 North Bound duo 3:40 p m. Ky.,iwhore Rev. Reginald Bennett w,lil preach afternoon for Leltohfleld, dally except Sunday, in behalf thy mill appear to-d-aj No. 115 South Bound duo 8:45 n, m. at tho court house, Sunday. Special of Ohio county In a suit against Gray music, and everybody invito . daily except Sunday. son county to compel her to share iMr. and Mrs. W. H. Renfrew and No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p m hor part of the expense of tho con, family, of Dundee, vlslt-dMr. and struction of a bridge across dally except Sunday. Rough Mrs. Byron Bean, Saturday and SunH. E. MISCHKE Agt river at Hltes Falls, between Ohio " , day. and Grayson counties. Mr. J. D. Reed will J&ve Sunday For School Shoes visit Carson & for St. Louis to purchase his fall f West Kentucky Seminary, of Beaver vauiit Lreguu tut niuui .iui tiiu ytii vi Co. etook of geeds for tho New York 1911-1- 2 Monday morning under ewpy New Suits for Ladies at Canaon & Store. kavorable coniditionasyDdvotlonalxer- Go's. , Prof. W. R. Carson, of Hada, Prin- clses were conduoled ,hy RtW. Mell, )t the piano cipal of Rockport Gradod School, loft the Methodist churcliand tolks iwere Trade at Fair's and coupons. to begin mado by meniibors, of the faculty and for that place Sunday good, For1 substantial School sdiool. by visitors. Prof. 0. L. Slfultz, who Shoes, call at Fair's. Mr. Byron B an has returned firom was President of' W. K. S. last year, In- Is again at the head of this institu Mr. H. B.Taylor, Prentls, was the Spencer and Harrison counties, diana, 'and attend'd the fair at tion. guest of relatives here Monday. ,;, ' !Sjj Rev. Vlngll Elglnjiastor of' Sohool Rockport, you our kind j Lot us show the rate for matter of this church, received a tkgram would bo two cents per lino. Mr. W. R. Bean, ot Dundee, has reWe Shoos and Clothing. CARSON & CO. to turned home after a week's ni&dtwlth Wednesday aftornoon from Hopklns-vill- e have announced this from time stating that his brother, S. P. time. In protection, to ourselv s we his son, Mr. Byron Bean and family, .TA..n 4 tVm t..4r. rt T mlian T.MalirWL lL Wt v.mv..F J I1W1U IU U"0 Elgin, was dlng. Ho telephoned to aro, compelled to hold thse letters 'lit tho Shlnkle Chapel neighborhood, of Route 2 Hopklnavlllevlio until satisfactory arrangements nre Miss Gertrude Wright is expected another brother at girl. Friday, a said his brother had sUffer-- a stroke made, and as all of them are unsign have Is herJ Sunday and ..ill again Mrs. 'W. It. tkau, of Dundee, of paralysis, and could not llvo long. to to whom visiting her son, Mr. Byron Ban and change of the mllllnrey department Bro. Elgin loft Wednesday ovening ed, we do not know write about the matter. of Barnard & Co. r&mll'y, of Route 2. on the I. C. and an effort, will be Miss Llllie Burton, who left several made to have another minister fill his A O. Deputy Sheriff- - ar.d Mrs. S. Few Words of Interest to You. Kieawn, of Beaver Dam, were among days ago for a visit taith reatives at anpolnitiments Sunday. Our Big Industrial Edition is now quite Peasant Hill, Ohio has ben our callers, Saturday. Is wiell under way. The, soliciting ( sick for several days. , Tribute to Prof. Alexander. ifiss Lou uai,i-u- oi iuid, and .Mrs. have all finished, the photographs M.ssrs. Oscar James, E. H. Goodall The following lotier was received b.ien taken, the cuts are all made, or Addle China will leave for. Tar Springs S. M. Dexter, of Centertown, last week by Mrs. Aloxaiudor, conand today for tihi Jattera health. being made, the articles are nearly were in Owienslboro this week and will cerning the death of Prof. Wayland ades, typo all written, and tills week we will ju an Typewrlxei r re urn home tlto last of the week. Alexander. besln to print the first sections of writer ribbons and carbon piper for - loft Sturgls, Ky., Aug. 29, 1911. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Fair time at The Republican the elitlon. This is a big undertaksale all the Cincinnati, Mrs. Jennie Alexander, 44tf- - Wednesday morning for ing for a newspaper In any oltyand office. purchases Hartford, Ky, particularly to in a city the size of will where they will niatoa fall Mr. and Sirs. W. B. & good firm of Fair Dear .Mra. Alexander: for all of the mechanical Hartford, be for the dry leave Monday for Louisville to I was made very sad when I heird work talll .be done in Co. ' this office. That the guests of their ton, Mr. L. M. Rememter you g.t the latest of tho death of Dr. Alexander. I lovx some Idea may be had of the magniRender. lowest prices at him dearly. He was my friend. A tude of this Btg Edition we submit goods and tlha Mrs. J. C. Berry and iMIss LVflo Fair's, also a coupon for the amount friend when I needed a friend and a facts which may Interest you. Render were tho guests of 'Mrs. J. your purchase, in our piano con- - forever aftenward a truo and devoted .The edition will be printed on a - first of of C. Bennett, Smallhous, thehelip to me friend. He was a gn-a- t teat. fine grado of one hundred pound 'book the week. In starting life's rugged Journey nnd paper, and one ton of paper will be left County Clerk W. S. Tlnsley has his fine sense and Instruction .Mr. D. W. Graham, of Albion, 111., yesterday roiulr. d. It will b In for Frankfort, whore he over ibeen a oource of usefulness to who has .bevn visiting Mr. and Mrs. will of iform and contain about one hunattend the annual meeting my me. He was a great joy to Alf. Carter, Route 1, for a few days, eaigraivtd Illusdred ard savnty-f.lv- e the County Court Clerk3, of life. I oiwo much to his memory. I trations, and over one hundred and loft Tuesday for his home. virshall not attempt to extol hla hibtorical, "when you need drugs of any kind Users of carbon paper should try tues, but Instead this letter fs Intend- Of y interesting articles, educational, biographical and indus Dieass dont forget THE OHIO COUN the famous "Echo" carbon paper. grief ed to rvjmombcr jou in this trial. Tho edition will b? a work TY DRUG CO., has tie quality and Guaranteed the best papsr on the stricken hour. I feel sorry for you, otf the price Is right also. market. Sold by The Hartford Re- my heart goes out in tend;.rest feel- of art worthy n place in jour library, and and that It will be ot great beneW to 44tf. C. Mr. and Mrs. ings for your troubled lite. Truly tj daughter, Carolyn,S. spent Render Sat- -' publican. Ohio c.unty is assu-o- l. from & Co., Funeral do tho clouds of darkness and deopair J. F. Casebier Monday the guests of H. urday until calls hang heavily upon your heart and Embalmers. All A TO THE FAIMERS B. Taylor and family, Pivsuls. proiiwptly and carefully attended to, long life of two devoted good people has been rent Intwaln. It will Capt and .Mrs. A. B. Stanley, who day or night Both telephones. Jones' Pure Animal Matter Beaver Dam, Ky. Indeed be lonesome for you. Life t,havo.been visiting in Colorado for tf Fertilizers, manufactured by their FOR SAOjE- -1 'several weeks, returned to Acre Farm, Three holds out but few pleasures for you. Louishome at BrfHW Dam last week. room hous, plenty out bulldinss.well tho life eternal Js full ot happiness, Jones' Fertilizer Co. tor ville, Ky. Havo on hand a pnxoa on Patent wuteivd,' .300.00 cash. Call or write however. Look to God's word Got our vu.-iu.your comfont in this gloomy hour. I PrescripUons before VIRGIL HIBBS, Medicines and car-loa- d. Also 10 tons of Route 1, Btavfr Dam, Ky. am sorry for you. going leswhere. We can cave you 8tl Express my sorrow to each of the pure Bono Meal. Will apmoney, ICii-k- , who has been .Prof. A. D. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. visiting rolattves In tills county for family. Mrs. Ellis would havo you Dtf preciate your patronage sen several momtlu, has returned to know that aho thinks of you In your Air, W. S. Taylor, who has W. E. ELLIS, ot to know troubles and is attending school at Bloomtngton.lnd., MaTksvllle, La., whore he teaches the death of Dr. Alexander. We are 8tf high The Produce Man. will arrive tola week to bo the guest iancuaees and history In the very sorry It was so we could not atof his grandparents, Mr. and .Mrs. W. sohool. tend tho funtyal. I, expedtod the sad SMALLHOUS Judge J. E. Fogle is making somo B, Render. to tolephono muWB, had my brothers S ipt 4. This community was greatmauiavfr of the nice Improvements on the Interior of me Mr, A. R. PJumnier. in order, If possible, to attend ly shocked by tho news of (ihe death Ointertown Mercantile Co., lias boon his law tCfices oiiosite the oourtl the ifuneial, ibut it was eo I could of Mrs. Cordelia Addlngton, which iwvoral house. JUs front offico has 'beoti anade In the Eastern markets for not Best wishes nnd prayers for occurr-at tho home of her daughter, at larger and will b9 iy.M)lasbred and al ' days buying goods for bis store Very Raap'y, each. Mrs. Elmer Mltchel, at Bevior. Aug. so papered nicely. Oontartawn. CHARLES H. ELLIS. 25. She had been visiting her sister, 'Mr. Allison Barnett loft yesterday MIsb.s BUM Hood, Jesslo Rrtloy, Mrs. W. T. Howull, at Island, and of Rclne, Cora Smith, of Simmons, afternoon on the M. II. and E. for to bad accompanied Mrs. Mitchell guests ot Elkton, Ky., whara he will resumo his and Mr. O. D. Carson were lier home oil Wdnisday. She was family a'udle3 in tho Vandenbllt Training Will sell tho best Patont taken tuddenly ill Friday p. m. All of Mr. W. R. Carson and School, from which Institution iho wll Thursday m'tgUt ot last 'vwek.. Flour at $1.25 per barrel, spot that could ba done by loving hands the be graduoitvd next eprlng. her. Mr. C. C. Brock, oditor of and medical aid was dona for W. E. ELLIS, jot Hardlns-burg- :, A sortes of nictfiigs will bogln at cash. Fourth District Loader She leaves three daughters, viz: Mrs. near 8tf The Produce Man. Will Addlngton who Uvea at Vuta was the gueat .Monday lit 'Mr. ,IndniKdenco BaiIst church 3rd the Mollenry, Monday ulght after J Nw FoMier, and attended Pass Colo., Mrs. Berny Bishop, Hart. Sunday in September 7:30 o'clock O'Raar a;)oaklng at the court' hou-'Resolutions of Respect. ford, routo 4, and Mrs. Elmer Mitch IN WHICH Rov. G. II, Lawrence, of D,poy, will ONLY 7"ldOlfiFDAY For the past fvw days quite a num- ell, Bovler. Messrs. John,- - Lee, HerRev. Birch Shields. ber of resolutions of rajpeet TO GET 'HUE HARTFORD REPUB- assist tho iiaator, and man. Luther and Arch Addlngton and A are lavUvl. . a;nds of thanks haw come to The eight grand children to mourn their LICAN OR HERALD FOR A YEAR Th niarilaigo of Mr, E. J. Canter, Republican uuslgned by tho writer lots. Brides a host o( friends and JviTJI BAOH $5.00 PAIR OF B. and without tho money to pay to Berinko COME NOW. J. B. TAP-PA- of Simmon, TACLES.. for Motives. Her remains were laid to take pUco publishing same. Equality AND OPTC1AN, Miller, of iMoIIvary.-wIl- l JSWBLBR 1, r?6t In the ooraotery at On Jtiuuary Baniiat Church 1911 tae anaouueed to our readera that church on tho day following hor death 8tf at IndepiinJeiwo HARTFORD, KY. . Wo North Bou ml. South Hound. are your natal prepared to with now goods. supply Miss PALMER never fails to satisfy, and in such points as correct style, " .- high quality of workmanship, desirable models, snappy cre ations, perfect fit, we are abundantly able to please you. ' "" gt E. P. BARNES & BROS., Beaver Dam, Ky. she leaves one brother, ,Mr. James Drake, and two sisters, Mrs. Jen- nlo Ross, of Smaillhouse, and Mrs. W. T. Howel, of Is'and, Ky. Several from here attended (the funeral services of Dr. Jesse M. Evex-l- y at Ceralvo, Saturday p. m. Mrs. J. C. Wdlllams, of Mliler, Ga., of and sister Pauline Hendricks, with Moorman, Ky., spent Friday Mrs. Onpio Kittlngerj Misses Thelma and Emeliue Jagoc have returned to Onransboro after a fow days visit with their grandmother, Mrs. S. E. Drake. of Mr. Uoss Morton and family, Central City, are guests ot his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morton. Miss .Myrtle .Lashbrook, Utica, Ky., Is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. J. C. Drake.. Mrs. Ella Klmibley, Bevler, is the gue3t ot Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Addlng-toC. u. theiM-rth-odi- st V fc - tended tho ice cream suppor at Centertown Saturday p. m. Mr. and iMrs. Ala Calloway, Miss Maude Calloway and little John Vernon Calloway wero at Centertown I -'i Satjundajf night d Names Wanted at Once. a short time until It will ho only Edition will (be and we aro desirous at giving as this edition ex big circulation possible, and ask ovtirjone to give us names of retotlves or friends that formerly lived In Ohio county, so we may send them a copy of The Republican's Big Industrial Edition. We want just as many atonies as possi-sib- le When and ask your you think of same one jou would like to have receive a copy of tlio iapor lived dn Ohio counand thoy formcs-lty, let us hobo the namic, and just as many as you can ftMnJc of. 4tf our wii , R.-nd- K et Mr. and Mrs. Elmor .Mitchell, Bevler, Mr. and Mrs. Berry Bishop and chlldren.Hartford, route 4wrio guests of Mr. and Mrs. Horman Addimgton from Saturday until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Fulkerson af- - Chliaron Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTO R A I Keu-tuclt- y. irjm .m.fjmt .ra?gai irs.",sKentucky, Centertowrn, "-.:rcr F. M. ALLE Good Horses and Vehicles. Courteous Treatment to all. Transfer meets all trains. PHILLIPS HOTEL BATH HOUSE Now Building .. Five Mineral Wells .. .'. Shady Yard .'. Large, Cool Rooms. MODERN STEAM AND MINERAL BATH. HOUSE Baths gsven by Hot Springs Attendants. J. R. PHILLIPS, Proprietor. rates: S7 to $10 pkr week. dawson springs, ky. importan'Tnptice JAMES & HEFLIN Pirst Class Liveryman Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Sorvice. TRANSFER MEETS ALL-TRA1N- -- s .,... i i - mwm "WPP T"T HHw'ft) ' EFTST 'Tm ""WBWPla1 iSSMnEmESX f" .T rir-.. UJHW'lMmSiDWWTT-- tR wee wteea WWMm "Hf W Jl'IWWI .jwr Wfgrema...--,. been LRtle Fttlty Flinders has swatting files this week with thebut-tjj- r yrere plctwresque awl UyerUnif. FoW paddle. v ei thn wre taken rtorJoualy enough TrOf Sap Spradlln has closed his ,4o be harrrtful. Onion on account of It Is easy to trace Bevcral of thorn sohool at Olid the pupils to attewlwid economy. tho failure of to their sources In domestic has started out to look for another A group of thorii, for example, had sphool. Before leaving he roadhod to do with the approach of nn. unex trustees pected guest. Tho scissors or ft kmlMn his hair back so that the can see what a tall forehead he has. sticking tip atralght In tho floor, a drcped dJ&hcloth, or a long, floating Columbus AIlsop sat onoof his (geese 6tom Jn a cup of (tea oil tlwso fore ha fow days ago on thirteen loggs.but told arrivals. They had the agreea she grew superstitious and abandoned .hie double effect of kooplng tho house-- the nest until Columbus removed one keeping up to a high mark of rep of the eggs. It is very discouraging pnrednesa, and of breaking monotony to note that in this late day of enhy tho pleasure of anticipated Boclety. lightenment we still hayo to tolerate If tho prophesied caller followed the superstition. droped scissors, the sign rocclvtd an In Ids lecture on "Dogs"at Buzzard increased authority. "When the prom-Is- e worthy Kn'oh Monday night our failed, the failure was promptly friend, Pixjf. Sap Spnadlln, referred forgotten. AnoUierfiroup of suporstiUons rests to several of our citizens In cUarly one rest upon tha thrifty habits of for- understandable terms, but no merely mer times. To pick up a pin brought took offense, ns thy were good luck. To neglect to nufJE a oan-- s utjd as Illustrations. die until It was wasted iby a weeper Fit Smjth slo:ffis a good deal In was sure to Involve misfortune. An ohurch with his hat on, but nothing overabundance of "tcagrounds in the will bo said to him about it, as he Is jcup spoke of careless measure, and liberal when the hat is passed around. so threatened debt. A second helping against A ladder has ibeen stood cut food before tho first was eaten fore tho postofiflce, sa that if anybody is an undesirable beggar. told The woman's mind if left to Itself on the roof when a fire breaks out they can come, dawn. turns naturally to believe the mal;e-lHave. A houajwlfo likes ',to pit her Attacks School Principal. The unreason against her reason. A severe attack Dn school principal, jnere act of absunbmero act of ab Is mereact of absunb lllaglc gives varie Ohas. B. Allen, of Sylvanla, Qa., thus told by him. "For imore than ty and charm to an otherwise dull for soon of housework and nobody Is the throe years," he writes, "I suffered! In worse of stretching the arm of mi- descrlbable torture from rheumatism, gration, to Include a little mild super- llvr and stomach trouble and diseased kidneys. All remedies failed till sort-Yo- uth's stition of tho I used Electric Bitters, but four bottles Companion. of this 'wonderful remedy cured are me completely." Such results Paint Lick Sick Lady. common. Thousands bless tlwm for Paint Lick, Ky. Mrs. Jlary Free- curing etomach trouble, female comman, of this place, says: "Before I bllllous-nos- s, plaints, kidney disorders, commenced to toko Oardul, I suffor-e- d and for new health and vigor. 60 much from womanly trouble,, 1 Try .them. Only 50c at all drugwas so. weak that I was down on gists. m my back nearly all tho time. Cardul has done me moro good than any Names Wanted at Once. medicine I ever took in my life." It will .be only a short time until You need not be afraid to take Car-du- L be isIt Is no now experiment Com- our Big Industrial Edition will giving gentleractlng, henb ingredi- sued, and wo are desirous of posed of as as big circulation ents, it has been found to safely re- this edition possible, and ask everyone to give lieve headache, backache, and similar us names of relatives or friends that Ttry it for your female troubles. formerly livod in Ohio county, so we A-- 5 troubles. may send them a copy of The (Repub"We Diarrhoea is always more or less lican's Big Industrial Edition. prevalent during September. Be pre- want just as many names as possi-slbColic, and ask your assistance. When pared for It. Chamberlain's Remedy is you think of some one you 'would like Cholera and Diarrhoea prompt and effectual. It can always to have receive a copy of the paper be dependd upon and is pleasant to and they formerly lived in Ohio county, let us haive the name, and Just as ta&e. For sale by all druggists, m many as you can ithlnk of. 4t w le DemMtic SnpraKit!oMS. TO algm and WHdr erf the hou feeM bva markedly dlmlnMicd In tb feet quarter century. Many Jdll be Hde tm in ttw much ferettv TJck-vil- le Reflections of i a lackilnV - new A man to wslwunad to wcloth'. and a woman not to.- it VfMkkore A penny In the ttuwi a nickel in the slot mtwb&ft The more son.se a man. )Mwbout most thing the iblgger fool 1B' can Ohte . ... SWmiwott Tod Trig Union Warre .,. ..,, ..... ...... ...... ...... t 4 hd .,...., J....'r. ...t. ,.,i,, 83 .i...,,. 1, 9 it 14 ....t. .. 18 ,k 29 Directory P. lrkhead, 3t4g; Clrwrtt Court-- T. Ben D. ning, Attorney! Wi P. MfcMtKf, Jailer; K. Q. Bftrrsw, Clerk; F. h. Master CexnmMener; it. T. OolHne, Trimee Jury Fund; T. il. Black, Sheriff, Hartfwd. 'Deputlea-- fl. O. Xeown an Ln Wclt. Court convenes first Monday In February ami continue three weeks; third Monday in April, two week eco.nd Monday In June, three weeks; third Monday In October two recks. County Couft.-- ft. It. Weddlne;. Jtidjre; W. S. TlnBley, Clerk, C. B. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday In each month. Quarterly Quarterly Court Beelna on the fourth Monday in February, May, August and November. Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday In January and first Tuesday in October. S. Moxfloy. Other County Offlcerr-- C. Surveyor! Fordsville, Ky., It. F. P. Otto C. Martin' Attorney at Law llAJRTFORDr KY. Wilt pMwttoe his proijion rn. this and ftdiofeang oounMe. Commrdai and Criminal PmoUoa a Specialty. 0. U. DlRNITT 0i E. Suits Fe-fl.- T, ' .' h jr and . . eandldatu!, 1A; oo, thw nominee of the if party iv f said plce, or If tlnere be no announced candidate, artid oommlt-- t e shall name one a3 nominee to ilop nosont the party In said cleotlonndi it Is .further ordered thwt any ona iwho becomios a candidate, shall on or Sept fth, toll, notify the Disford, Ky., It. D. No. 2; trict Chairman, J. C. fepolght, May-fiel- Superintendent, F. Hartford; Henry Leach, Dr. A. U. Ky who shall notify the re- Kiiey, Coroner, Hartford. spective County Chairman of ouch anJUSTICES' COURTS. Afraid to Stay Alone. nouncement. Cherry Valley, Ark. Mrs. ,darrle after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday af- By order' of the Committee Moore of this place says, "I was J. C. SPEIGHT, Ch'm'n. 3rd Monday in September, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December. WILL P. ISCOTT, Sec'y. afraid to stay by myself. 1 had j, ., dcoii, Lromweu, weunesaay arte 3rd Monday in March, Wednesday after1 headache nearly all the time;r my Do you U93 an' atomizer in treating 3ri MnnrtnU In Rontamha, Wmln.ail.V heart would palpitate, and my vltalU Xasal Catarrh? K so you will ap after 3rd Monday In December. Friday John II. Miles, ty was very low. When I would Ho preciate Ely's Liquid 'Onoami Balm, 3rd Monday In Itockport, Friday after March, after no hope of liv- the quietest and surest nomedy for oiu ..iiuijuuy in .rune, nuay OHirr .sru down, at night, I had thla disease. In all ourati1o proper-tit- s Monday In Dcccmbor. ing until day. I tried Cardul, and now It is identical withAho solid Cream j. v.. uncKson, ueniertown, caiuruay I feel bettor than I have for 5 years. Balm, Avhich is so Ifapnous and so suc- ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday after I cannot praise Cardul enough for Monday In cessful in overcoming Catarrh, Slay, 3rd 3rd Monday September, Saturday after In December. what it did." Aro you a woman? M. C. Cook, Itenfrow, Tuseday after Fever and Cold int he huL There 2nd Monday In February; Tuesday after Do you need a tonic? Try Cardul, th Is relief the first dash of spray up- 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd woman's tonic Your druggi&t soil on Monday in August, Tuesday after 2nd tho heated sensoitlve Monday in November. it. Al Thomas .Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday All druggists 75c., including Fpraymg tube, or mailed iby Ely Bros., 56 War after tho second Monday in February, Wednesday after 2nd Monday in May, Names Wantenet Once. Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August, ren St., Ntfw York. Wednesday after 2nd Monday In November. It will be only a short time until C. V. Miles, Fordsville, Thursday after our Big Industrial Edition ,wlll Ibe is" iiiursuay alter ?, ??h nT ! y, ,n. May' Thursday after sued, and we are desirous of giving """"" "' November.inursaay after ""sun, 2nd Monday In as this edition as big circulation &&: p,a"o?. "alph, Friday after 2nd possible, and ask everyone to give A man or 'woman In each locality. To IS rFrrday"af?eyr Sr'aVon? us names of relatives or Ifrlends that Join the Supreme Council of this society and introduce our Benefit Certificates "ayl,anNAoUvfmSbterFrMay a"er 2"d formerly lived in Ohio county, so we among friends and' acquaintances. Must POLICE COURT. may send them a copy of The 'Ittipub-llcan- 's be between 16 and CO years of age. dive C. M. Crowe, Big Industrial Edition. Wo all or only spare time. Wo pay cash bene- Attorney; Sam Judge; O. B. Likens.Clty Itiley, Marshal; fits for sickness, Injuries, accidents and Court want just as many names as possi-slb- le deaths. Experience not necessary. Can convenes second Monday in each month. Aiayor; T up. RnT Collins. 'TSf. a month and ask your assistance. When make from $50.00 to $22.00profitable and Clerk; S. v"ams, Treas- K. Cor. profesA pleasant and highly you think of some one you iwould lU:e sion. Every member secured means a nard. to have receive a copy of (tho paper certain assured Income, for you every get Into busimonth thereafter. Why ulen. Barnett: and they formerly lived dn Ohio, coun- ness for yourself NOW? not capital need- v i f No ,1?.eS!t"iK. C. M.cnairman; cm--S?u ,jl a- - u ty, let us hoivo the name, and justtos ed. Bend for particulars. many as you can think of. 4tf RELIGIOUS SERVICES. COVINGTON, KY. BOX LA-29L V can ecold the offlco iboy. A man Is mighty smart to'wwder-stan- d women and a lot smarter to know h( doasn't A woman will fonglvio her'huband ho anything if he'll only pretend . doesnt deserve her. ( You can tell when, a man has made a little money by hqw patronizing ho Is do everybody who hasn't. Ex; bowt tho of &i.'t.r ., ' cook at homo It's safer for hm not m j to.boll over till he gote down towrffand :u 29 h . be about something. When ' a man' gets Jiiad ProvIdM, iy, the' 'V arrnoun: U is eRttloro t, is mo Com Ky.i ibx'tae 9th day shall on Sept. Storings, ' .! ...rtaon "r-e- 1.ip he Executive Attorneys at Law, HARTFQRD, - KV. Will practice their profeeslon in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining cot ties and Court of Appeals. Sp- - U attention given to all buslne entrusted to their care. Collections arm theiPrac-tic- e of Criminal aiid Real Estate Law Specialties. Office In Republican -- barnett & smith, ' d; Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In Oh! and adjoining' counties and in the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty. Office In the Her- aid building. FRANK L.FELIX, j J ff , es, WANTED May HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Also No- tary Public. Office over First National Bank. ' JOHN B. WILSON CRAS. M.CROWB Attorney at Law YAN CY L. MOSLEY. , k WILSON & CROWE ..,. T."!!?1, PhllMll On.l.t. O ( "' " LAWYRRS HARTFORD, - KY. Will praotloo their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in tho Court of Appeals. Special attention .given to criminal practice and to collections. Offloa on Alain St., opposite Court House. 3. Convention Called. Thanksgiving November 30. has been annonuocd from Washington that President Taft .will deslg-sat- e as Thursday, November 30, Thanksgiving Day this year. It always lias been, the custom to fix the This last Thursday in the monith. year thj?re had been sotno doubt because Novemiier happened to include five, instead of four Thursdays. The "White House has been besieged by in theatrical managers and those charge of college football garotte to fettle this douibt so that definite could be made for the usual array of special performances an ,eoits that mark Uie day. It Mrs. Cook Tells Truth. Dexter, Ky. In a signed statement lira. Cook tells tho truth about how Xardul brought back her health and says, "I could not 6trength. She get any relfef, until I tried Cardui, tho Woman's tonic. I suffered more or less for 10 years, and was so weal; and nervous I could hardly do my iouso work. Xow I am In .better health than even before, am regular as clock work, do not suffer at all, and gain strength every day." Thous ands of women have been helped baok1 too health iby Cardul. Try it A--3 Dawson Springs, Ky., Aug. 16, 1911-o- f Delegated representatives of the counties hereinafter named, composln the First Railroad Commissioner's District of Kentucky. By the order of the Republican Executive Committee of the First Jtall-roa- d Commissioner's District of Kentucky, duly and regularly made, it; is directed that a District Convenitiion of D'jelgatod representatives of , the Republican voters residing In the conn ties named .below, be held in the city 2i)th, of Dawson Springs on Sept. 1911, 2, p. m., for the .purpose of oml Pertinent Paragraphs. ComThe first record of coal production nating a candldat(e fouRallroad in said dlsntlet to be tons, missioner In this country was twenty-tw- o voted for at the November election in 1S14. Japan now has thirty-on- e electric 1911. The dlelefeates to said convention railways, .with a trackage of 507 shall be sdected by county Mass miles. Gold fish are exchanged as presents Conventions to be held in the County Spat In each county at 1:30 p. m., among the better class of Chinsee. Spain produces moro hump backs tha standard time, on Saturday, Sept., 23, 1911. The form of voting on all quesother country. be Glasgow's population, according to tions in said conventions shall the last census, is now 783,401, an in (viva voce. crease of 22,093 since 1001. Tha County Executive Committees In several European countries, In shall give not less than it3n days noeluding France anid Belgium, elections tice of the time, the particular place or building where said County Conven are alwajs held on Sundays. t'ons shall ibe hold, and the manner $14,000,000,000 There is more than worth of insurance In foroo In the of selecting delegates, by newspaper- publication or by notice posted in United States at present preplaces In each voting cinct of the county. One delegate shall he eilddted fori each 100 votes, or fraction thereof amounting to CO or over, cast for the Republican electors in each county, at the Presidential election in 1908. Tib number of dviieigates to said District Convention appointed unuVr Bald, I could not stand it to be on my basis to each of the various counties feet and I was so swelled in the of said district, toeing as follows: abdomen I could hardly breathe. AUVin , 19 us and evening" Vvery" firlt 3" day in each month. Sunday a. m. Prayer meeting everySchool ,9:45 Wednes-"- M. VI . GILLESPIE mM? BROS. iT ' evening. rayer nesday ?,Urch-S.e"- lce Rev. Virgil Elgin m- - evejy Sunday ounaay scnool meeUng every WedRev. J. w. Bruner. W. H. & J. F. GILLESPIE ia,y,a4 " each C. Proprietors Christian Church Services every fourth sGnday P- - m. m' ana p. m. Eldert W. B. Wright J. NEY FOSTER All Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. Ohio County DUMM AND REPAIR WORK P. Church-Servi- ces first Sunday in month at U a. m. and 7 p. m Sunday Scool 0:45. SECRET each month. TTftrftnr1 meM 1 SOCIETIES. "KT. ?i"'- -f ,m . Owen Hunter, W. M.. i" P. Foreman Secretary. xvcaiune vnapier No. 110, R. A. M. meetH pvprv thi, cn..1Mi. OTTO wChqnTiJ,tIiLJoshn T; Moore H'S Priest; flt T.rtr1r Zf ens a A Matters Given Prompt Atten tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A "- - SPECIALTY. C. MARTIN S. 1'. McKENNEV Hartford Chapter No. 84, O. meets second and fourth Monday E. S even" &A?AeFson. W. M. Miss 'VV "fi;,?lr& Martin & McKeiey Hartford, Ky. Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, Ky. PvtMi'imt-.s- r """" J.' B. TappanVc. C.7'J. 99, ajajfl ". Record Keeper? X&StB Hartford' Tent No. K. T M.. meets tvom fi. '..ij O.inursaay night R. D. ,"k "'" " ""' Walker, Commander; .'L. P. Sunshine Hive No. 42, O. T'l meets Avprv flfof oKi 4v,t. L.w--i4 T. M iHln ot General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK. ' aay and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. mS.teS.52?.i!R2? - mem. Tr'L Skaees' ".-I- Pres-- : .L0CA No. 1831. in KB.cn inonui. W. D. Luce, Sec- - Acme Ledge No.' 339, I. O. O. F., meets . second iiini fnnrin each month. W R. Hedrlck Noble Grand CM. Banielt TT .fin Secretary. rkhlft ."" "" and mp. uruer Redfilen. meets second.i05 foarth Wednos- fi up to die by three of our best doctors, But thanks to Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy and Nervine I am able to be about the streets, a walking advertisement of the curative qualities of your remedies, although I am 70 years "I had been given Ballard Excursion Rates to Louisville Fair Sept. 9th to 16th- iFaro $3.40 for round trip. Dates of .sale Sopteniber 0th to 10th inclusive. Limited to Suptember 20, 1911. II. B. JIISCHKE, Agt Dannen. .., Brocloenrldge Celebrated fer style, perfect fit, reliability nearly 40 years. Sold In iiearly every city and town In tte United Suts nd j Canada, er by nun direct. More sold tHin A. S. ef E. any other make. Send (or lift catalogue. McCALL'S MAGAZINE National Officers: More subscribers than any other, fashion Presldent-- M. F. Sharp, Narrews, Ky. magazine million a tnoMth. Invdlhible. Lat-e- st Vice President J. M. Woods. styles, patterns, dressmaliair, cJUllnery, m mp ' plain sewing, fancy needlework, lialrdTessin, dlanapolls: Ind. etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only K)cefffs arate utneers; year (worth double), including a Ired pattorn. SI nf fro"1". Carroll county, Pres. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy, -v.ce WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS President: to Agents. Postal brines premium catalogue S. B. Robertson, McLean county, Sec- 7 and new cash prize offers. Address IBE McCAU CO 238 (0 213 W. S7th St.. NEW WRU O?garUke?OeIn0r, Warren county. State 2: McCAIX PATTERNS t Hartford Camp, W. O. W. No. 202 Consul Commander, Thomas Williams; (ilerk, Preston Morton Post No. t, Q, holds regular meetings Saturday A. R.. bett.ro iT.8in;Mcm'lay n each month. Ash-Ad- Jt sluiBlttityjnd rnri Commander; J. M. Rogers, Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. It is the best medicine FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE over i ? a druggist's counter. ever fold "' , ")y SEEDS BUCKMsTS SEEDS SUCCEED I '. 2G old." John Rt Cochran, Hogwallow jJProm Happenings. ac Lc wist own, 111. Better than any statement we could make regarding the value of the Hosfaallow Ken'tucklan.) Atlas I'eclt has recetvl a uowal--jnanfrom away off. The print, though, is so fine ho has to get right down on the ground to read It. A public singing will ibo Dr. Miles'. Heart Remedy are these words of Mr. Cochran. He speaks from experience, the highest possible source of knowledge. If you have any of the signs of a weak heart, such as pain in the left shoulder or arm, fainting and hungry spells, shortness of breath, smothering spells,, fluttering or palpitation of the heart, you need Butler Caldwell Calloway Carlisle Crhrlstlan Crittenden Daviess Bilmonaon 23 .15' ...'. , S G HAVE YOUR SUITS ; . 46 17 Cleaned , j39 13 , : i Pressed Board of Directors. Ben AVatson, ren nmmtvT C r Tinn,t it.,'ty; A. H. Brooks, Bracken county; "u,u'" touiiiy, ana J. a', i', V. Muhlenberg county. U C. Alien, Henry county, and Lat-ti- e Graves. Allen county. Assistant state organizers. -WarR. E. uoaa, unip county urttcers: a L. Steven, Pres.. Beaver Henry Pirtle, Sec. Hartford, Pam.Ky. Ky. D, Ford, Treas., Hartford. Ky. BrlTP faMprtnm uukb.itTulileiUt-11 tb Hmt Taralp. T pUndld i oHa, Dci arl. USilUarrl.fl.w.rl.f uvaJUjitv Atf ri.KAaiu A trill wUl r 3UU to kalM N.w m&ke roa our Darmanent ciutamer. SPECIAL OFFER: Blu. 1 Write to-da- y; Mention this Paper. ..... Fulton Graves Gnayson .... &"c' 17 Hardin held at Hart Henderson Hancock Hlcloman "Hopkins Ltwuio the Dog IUU church' Suuday night to raise money with Avhloh to build a jail at Bounding Ulllows. As uo are all liable to get Into jail at eomo 24' :'. 19 ." 20 25 11 .'.'7 .; .' :,3i '. , f.'. time or another during the course of huriian events, this worthy cauBo Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy Uburally. should hi tcrtroivlzwl which for over twenty years has Is getting been recognized as the 'best prepaBusiness In this section bettw since tho heavy ruins andiboth ration of its kind to be had. Sold under a guarantee assuring the of. bur creeks are running night and return of the price of the first bottle If It day. falls to benefit AT ALL DRUGGISTS. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Sidney Hocks Is engaged tills week Ja circulating a petition asking (hat tha iJogan , Lyon Marshall MoCracloen Mead? ., MetcaW ,.. ..,. 10 ...,23 .,,',"30 g ly lijf Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called forand delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing GIUli, Y. M. C. A. HLDO., COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leech, Chairman, Hartford.Ky. 1. L. R. Ticnrnnr llnrtfnl 11 1.. T "' '" No. 5. 2. E. C. Hartford. ReynoHs. Ky. 3. M. S. 1'attorson, Olaton, Ky. 4. B. U Alford. White. Run. Ky. B. Richard Plumer, Taylor Mlnes,Ky. 0. J, L. Brown, Itockport, Ky. i to ootm J wd euwcHoa w vpaia iofttar wiin mr bit ft teiU iU oboul th BmI vuttUM ef , FtaoU, tt4. A lM "ISHMSSIttL . W. i k tfAAAwNAiAAaaW SEND-1CENTS ph Mimr t Mklsii4relTkUTaftU Livingston".. v McLean 'Jsesgr y&sA-Areczsh- vMdK g ,. , ;,M . 13 4&gsss&ejp7iarisj? fWI ' .5 'POSITIONS' Monroe ...... juumenoorg ' ' ...... .,., ...,,, ,... ,,..t. .,., k ,13 f HARrFORD, KY. '.'19' ;:.Tt IT fmrmL For Sale AMD DCrCNBCO. fend MM.! RMUn tiwh dnilmt at jtoto. rot oMfcla search md f w report. I pfttvnm, trad mitta, I fiM 4rtaa, bow to ee9TliaBW.OMh IN IL. CQUNTR IB. Bmfnett Mrect vrlH Washington etvet Hm, twenty una vjim tne futeni. MUBDEB A INDICTMENTS. 'Am tho.maraiUis broceo pas' stghlsc In the 'fields .of growing cprn. Real Estate! 60 Acrea of the finest Rough rlter bottom land located three miles west of Hartford. About 20 acres In cultivation. Qood dwelling and out buildings. A bargain for $1,250. tit PtWfft Md llttrlilgtfflMt ITlCtlO UClMlYllY. Writ, or com to m Hi Mtwt, aw VtlUt StatM fatal OflM, I Ms WAaHINOTON. 0. C. "" tv k 0 J 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE We have 468 awes of fine bottom land from one and a halt to two mllea of Hartford, part of It with Umber'. Also about 75 acres of upland belonging to tha aama tract Tenna easy. i TVBbbbbbbm COPYRIOHTS Ac. AnrnM Mfldlnc a sketch and description aaa? quickly ascertain oiir opinion free whether an Inrendon la probablr patentable, Coramunlca- tlons strlotir connd.nllal. HflrinnnnK" on ; ;a - - - T .r I'ntnnu .enwrev. rt...... affencrior Btrcunnirpaieruil, . : ' viuwi 1'aieat. uiaeu through Mutin A Co. recttra mciol notic. without charao. In tha Trade Marks designs . story frame building with five rooms and large rocpticon ball, built out of the best selected material. Situated on Clay and Frcdrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. Lot 60x205 feet. Flae well of eoU water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. ono-ha- lf A new ono and i Scientific Jftmricam Branch Otace. 635 aVnandsomelr Illustrated ireektr. Ijiruest etr. cplatlon of anr sclentlua journal. Terms, 13 a jenr: four month, 1L Bold bjall newsdealers. P BU Washington. D. a Subscribe for The Republican -- $1.00 per year. Good nine room two story dwelling In Centertown, Ky., has good cis tern, good cellar, never falling .well of water, good stable and other out buildings, one acre lot of ground. A uplendid location for family residence and hotel. Price and terms reasonable. Apply to BARNETT & FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Ky. POSITIONS GUARANTEED for our graduates. As soon as we get tho required number of students this offer will bo withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. GUARANTEE position If need WE will us real soon. Woyou a many more you at once to supply the enormous demand Sampl. ef tti. IdUtle 8tyl. In Wnfeti They Ar. Writtan. Mnrtor bai been written of as a fine art, but It remained for tbe United States to treat It as a sport In many of tbe states an Indictment for murder contains nearly enough words to All a column and sounds like tbe con' ,versation of an Idiot Hero Is a sample: "That tbe said J. F. O., a certain pistol tben and tbcre charged wltb gunpowder and leaden bullets, wblcb said pistol be, tbo said J, P. O., then and there In bis right band bad and held, then and there unlawfully, purposely and of deliberate and premeditated malice, did discbarge and shoot off to. against and upon tbo said F. M., with Ibe Intent aforesaid, and that tbo said J. Ft 6., with the leaden bullets aforesaid, out of the pistol aforesaid, by tbo force of tbo gunpowder aforesaid, by tbe Mid J. E O., tben and there discharged and shot off as aforesaid, him, tbe soli F. it, in and upon tbo upper right side of tho back of blm, tbo said 9. M., then and there" This isn't as Idiotic aa it looks, bow-eveIt is part of our sporting theory of Justice, which makes a murder trial a gome of skill and flncsso between opposing counsel. By tbe slightest deviation from statutory form ono side may lose tho gamo. Convictions for tbo most abhorrent crimes have repeatedly been set aside because of trivial verbal omissions in tbe Indictment Pad tbo murder referred to in the above quotation occurred in Canada Ihe Indictment would have read simply: "The jurors of our lord tbe king present that J. F. O. on tho Gth day of August ono thousand nine hundred and eight at tho city of Winnipeg, in the province of Manitoba, murdered F. M." Canadian procedure concerns itself wltb tbe murder. Ours' In many jurisdictions concerns Itself with tbe legal sport, whether tbe murderer is punished or not being a secondary consideration. Saturday Evening Post r. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription It the best o( all medicines for tho cure of disease!", disorders and weaknesses peculiar to women. It it tho only preparation of It kind devised by a regularly graduated physician en experienced and skilled specialist in the diseases of Tvomen. Liko an army fonmod In battle, In tho pasture trooped 1U10 cattle, Anld the dowdrops ahonp and gllm- marod,- ,, Pale and glltnad on tho; lawn; From the tansUxl hazel .thlckot Camo tho chirping of tho cricket Beating time at least In fancy- To the rustling of the corn. Then ,tho footpath by the river, Where tho maplo branches quiver, Vihoro I mijt her She who vanished liko the breath of early morn; I can hear the songs ot thrushes, I can 3X tier emllcs and blushes. As I kissed her ' .To tho music ot tho rustling of the corn. , It It a safe modicino fa any condition of the system. g and no injurious drugs and irhlch create no craving for such stimulant. THE ONE REMEDY to good that It maker are not afraid to print its every Ingredient on each outside bottle -- wrapper and attest to the truthfulness of tho same under oath. It I told by medicine dealers everywhere, and any dealer who hasn't It can tet it. Don't take a substitute of unknown composition for this medicine or known composition, No counterfeit Is as good as the genuine and the druggiit who says something else is "just as good as Dr. Pierce'" is either mistaken or is trying to deceive you for hit own selfish benefit. Such a man Is not to bo trusted. He is trifling with your most priceless possession your health'- may be your life Itself. See that you get what you ask for. habit-formin- THE ONE REMEDY which contain bo alcohol Thus I Of sit hors Idly dreamlmr ) tho older days, and dooming That uio heights of memory's pleasure Rests In days nqw lost and gone.' While from to tho shadowy places Poer tho old familiar faces. And I hoar tho summer breezes Softly sighing In tho corn. , JHOHAUD BIIAUNSTDIN. Digestion and Assimilation. It is not tha quantity of food taken but the amount digested and assimilated that glie3 strength and vitality to tho system. Chamberlain's StomacC and Llvier Tablets invlgorojto the stomach and liver and enablo them to perform their functions naturally. For sale by all druggists. m A single motion is quicker to make SPEED is e, key-for-every-character than two. .Only one motion needed to, make any character desired on tho complete, Straight-lin- ARyle Ely's Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed. Gives Relief at Once. CATARRH KMBSAU keyboard of the easy action light running. IU MOOe! 1A T 1 I QUO, W. BOnVTABTZ rmifOiPAti BUSINESS COLLEGE INOOBrOBATKD A INEAHI aaam aaaw i It not been for Cardul. I haven't had one of those bad spells since I to use your medicine." Car dul Is a spoolflc medicine for the diltrlct.t Ills Cardul Is that women, suffer. simple Latest Model "Rnnce" bicycle famished by as. Our aeents everywhere ai money idsu r rue jor juti particulars ana special oJJ er at ones. made from harmless vogetablo oidiuiiK ,00 u juunii.1 itiijuitL;i until you receive and approve of your bicycle. WJshl to anyone, anywhere in the U. S. without a tent deposit in advance, prepay freight, an It Is a safe, reliable modi-cin- e, allowTKN DAYS' lHEIO TltlALdutlne which time you may ride the bicycle an successfully used by sufferyvK il iu tfujr ic luuwwii, n jou are men not perfectly sausnea or ao not wish i keep the bicycle ship it tack to us at our expense and you will not be out one cent. lurnisn the highestirade bicycles it is possible to male ing women for more ,tkan fifty years. FflRTnQV PRIPPS " one ?ma" vnRi above actual factory cost. You save ft Try It , V y . ,, for sale at all drugantee behind ypur bicycle. DO A'OT 11UV a bicycle ora pairof tires from anyon gists. A2 nnrl lorn Mir wrKtri nf at AMY 4rit Until VflU rwtive nnr rataln'rii prices and remarkaoU special offers to rider agents. "I have a world or confidence In VAN WILL PF AdlUNIonE.il whca vou receive our beautiful catalogue an mmmlA v BTnr WttJw zty our suptrb njei, at the wonderful Itehiedy" for I etno prices wc can make you inis year, we sen ine iiignest trade oicyc.es tor less noni ChambeTla1n's'""CougH We are saticlled'with Ai.oo orofit above faetorv cos than anv other factory. succass," IIICYCilK ILVLKKSai YOU can sell our hlcvcles under vour on-- name Dlate liave used It wltih (perfeot onr trices. Orders filled the div received. nun lie Pools-M- d 8EGONl HAND 1SICYCLKS. We do not resularlv handle second Wind Mercies, bt writes Mrs. M. I. Bashford, taken in ' usually have a number on hand J to fcn trade by our Chicago retail stores. 1mailed we clear 01 hese For sale by all druggists, m free. or lO. Descrintive hanram lists rnrnmntlv at rmces ranmnrr from lmportel roller chains and pedals, parts, repairs ao JUiTCD d DBAIfCC ainclti lrhoels, kinds UvAalCK-BnfliCcom-menc- ESTADLISnED 1804 LOUIS VILiliE, KY. It ckaneV soothes, heals nud protects the ; Lebanon Jet, Ky. Mrs. Minnie brtmedisensed mem. resulting from Lamb, of thl3 place, cays, "I bellove Catarrh and drives I would have been dead before now, had away a Cold in the Saved Her Own Life. W sWmmm aSkk WANTEDS E3U AGENT! stores Ihe Senses of AY FEVE R Taste mid Smell. Full size 50 cts., at Druggists or by moil. In liquid form, 75 cents. Ely Brothers, CG Wmm Wurreu Street, New York. Write (ot information to The Smith Premier' Typewriter Company, Inc CONSUMPTIONS! We send FREE a bottle Germinal, a quick relief for lung trouble, coughs, pains in chest, and that run down feeling. (Mention this papa.) ST. LOUIS, MO. MMaWaiar&g. SiaaaaaaaaHa5iaiailHadHV CjLHaES' to-da- OHIO MEDICAL COMPANY . . Bo85 COLUMBUS, OHIO .. equipment of all at half the usual retail prices. 1 reason they ending us an order as the tires may be returned at OUK expense if for not satisfactory on examination, we are periectiy rename anu money sent to us is as saie as in bank. If you order a pilr of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run better, last lotisatr and loot finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price. W know that you will b so well pUased that wlien you want a bicycle you will give us your orde We want you to send as a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer. sra don't buy any kiud at aby price until you send for a pair tires on approval and trial t Iledgethorn Puncture-Proo- f U" TUU ntMMM the soeciat introductory price quoted above: or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue whlc , describes and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the ;ustial Prices. us m nyi tMMMItr out writeof a postanouay. tfi until you know the new and woudcrfi WW AH or a pair tires from anyone oilers we are making. It only costs a postal to learn everything. Write it NOW. you can do itoday. Never trouble another for wnatj'ou i Ttu Titular retail trice ot these tires is 1 can do yourself. cut to tnttvuee we will ttr iair. H .Naver s'pend your money before you tellyouasamplepatriorHMncasnwunoracruM). litfitJ!rfUAlj3X'MPtvimmmmmmm' MO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES have' madei It. 2rnf$S3fmmmm1mmm NAILS, Tack or Glass will not lot tbe WjaU Ti Xijver ibuy what you don't wlant bef fr VsbfSSKMmm air out. SixtyUhousand pairs solil last year. TQBMNwmMlnWmWEnmamammWMiMmMmYitiJ. pairs now in use. cause It is cheap. Over two himdfed thousand nrsnfUPTintit ilads in all sizes. It is lively SKSiHDi'a ri'ifiiasBiiBiiiiiiiBB iPrlde costs aiore than hunger.thlrst sndeasxrridincr.vervdurilbleantllinedlnsiilewith ' ' and cold. sssl "ssssak a special quality ot ruUDer, wmen never Decomes ff ill closes up small punctures without allowporous Kotlce tho thlok rubber trea Wo seldom regret having eaten too ing the alrto escape. We hav hundreds of letters from sat "A" nd puncture strips "II customers stating that their tires haveonly been pumped and "IV also rim strip "II little. up once or twice in a whole season. They weijjn no more than to prevent rim outtlng, Th in ordinary tire, the puncture resistingqualttiesbeinggiven How much rain the evils that have tire will outlast any otlit byieverfl layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the make-SOELAbTIO da tread. The regular price of these tires is $3.50 per palr.but for nevior happened Jiaw cost us. ISASV KIDINQ. tavertlsingipnrposes we are manins? u itciui iiicierr vi .c iu Take things away by the amoolh .8o thetider of only tint per pair, ah oru ers shlnne d same dav letter is received. We shiD' C. O. D. o nav a cent until vou have examined and found tlrematrictly as representee handle. approval von Hn per pair) Tm will allow a cash il Ittnniiiit: f s per cettd (thereby making the price S4.85 send FUUIi CASH WITH OKD15K and ealose this advertisement. You run no risk 1 any ar XY-- 8 50 HEDSETHORH PUNCTURE-PROO- F PCI CJUERD IUf! TEBCC A SAMPLE PAIR mm 'I mM J ' Jefferson's Ten Rules. Nwer put off until tomorrow what YYYrYYYXYY'XYXrYyYYYYH s Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y V? 3SSFf5SaW .rrggJilssas 9'&i3Nt5fimMmmmmmmm1mmmmmmTZ 70itnRODUOE,aHLY I SEND YOUR BOY TO' MATH EN EY & BATTS FT, lf-y- fasle-wea- r . I vlll aus-aa- vinpc lnCO By local applications, as they cannot reach tho dls.osod .pontlon ot Ahe oar. Thero Is only owe way to euro Deafness Cannot be Cured. Vanderbilt Training School V 0M nUS V ..ii.vw uuhubuiv. CHICAGO, J. L AND MEM CYCLE COMPANY, KILLt COUCH WITH' CURE the LUNGS promptly obtmuwd In nd TRADE-MARK- S all eouiu iwi, or no in. W oUaln FATCflTS THAT PAX,, adTrtlathm tlorouliij, at our ipeaie, amlTielp you U auooess. Baail iKodel. phote r (ketch for FREE report on pafentabllltr, ira" practiea, tt SURPASSING REFEnclRES. For fAs Uttlda Sook on l"rofltbl Intents writs U O3-S0- Dr. King's New Discovery hnu wii ANi ALLTHBOATANBtUNflTROUBLES. rmovvn rOLDS mi & ei.oo. Tfll eoWa Free PBICK WASHINOTOIM, Street. D. O. B Seventh OUAKAVTKKD SAXISFAOXOBYl ,OX JCOHEY BEgmTDED. ' BULBS-UCKIBtrSaULBSSUCCEeM 'tSitwuT? ' saouori fc' rPHECIAL OFFtn V.w KuaiaeAA. ..wn - A iiutuvui V" IHHN US sas.i. raaklhs ! rWAILS 1 ave Money and Keep k Style by ReadiBgMcUU'i MaMsaaM antlUsiBgMcCaU Pattern McCaa's Maraila. will, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Doafndss Js caused by an Inflamed condition of tho inuscous lining ot the Eustachian Tulbo. Whun this tube Is hitlaiiwd you havo a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and whon tt 13 ontlnely closed, Dcaf-noIs the result, and unless tho can be taken out and this tube rostonod to Its noiimal condition hearing will be destroyed forever; by nlno cases out of .ton aro causexl Catarrh, whlcli la nothing but an inflamed condition ot tho muscous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Soafnaas (caused by by catarrh) that cannot be cured Hall'a Catarrh Cure. Send lor circulars fnoe F. J. CHENEY & CO., Tojodo, O. Sold iby 'Druggists, 75. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation, in ss ELKTON, KY. Faculty of college-traineOur patronage has meo. come from several Southern States. Twenty-- , four different towns in Western Kentucky represented this year. Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Hot and Cold A limited select school ior boys. cl FOR BOYS H H H H H H H H H H Ladies! HACAZ11C j v4 ! Col sua, me-ka- OkwUBultaki EiMj"i Hts. 1 lKi.v.ttiTta if &lhKT!T UtU urvittf Kir ik CRNTa VJUaU ls.u.riUasAJikbkflai tMi' fsm . Mu4l4 fliVMilil 11 wruau Moatlaa IkUJMuMUsMtlM - KWWMM I vmmm "" "?7"" " "T .; ,,fc.l Trrv rrvrr?. .'r..T:r W.rf.u. ...- - MIMtM e" W.S'Z.rrS.'Z.1 i """" s.e -. J luforBiatlon Valasbl on all homo aud per tonal nRlters, Only (0c a ycrt Including a frco paltcwi. Sub. scrlbo today or scqd fur tree sample copy. McCall faHerat will enablo you to make In your owu homo, with yourowii hands. cloihlatr for yoursoir auu luikiigaiwnjui nin bacsaaaai In sty-l-e and St, PtS'eiui( hlaher M CUM. Sond for treoPasau fcauuoguo.'(, W.W,CiT. Y n PrasMss for cottlug ab- -' scriptioua among utfrVnifs. ijend forhua Prttnlum Catalog aiul iatb MMM Offer. th tkow. mrm, m m vJhn St. ww Mat bcla you tltcis at a utodcrala expensoby kooplue you posted oa.tbo FaWt fashions m cWbos and bats. (0 New Fashion Dsslcu in each Issue, Aha styl-Itii- tr reclining, In my wining In repose, my tho All tho Joy which gone days no,w With pulsus of my vision. And Beat In rythmical preetakm Aa once more I hoar the night bnoezo Softly signing In tho corn. In those days of peace and plenty, I, a robust lad of twonty Itase, tvtfrotthed from out any slumbers In the early flu A of deiwn; Saw tho win rie oVc tho moadowa Chose away Uw dingorin shadows. Y Y Y Y Y Y Cry Children Y FLETCHER'S C ASTORIA Y The Rustling of the Corn. Y sturdy chair Y faa'cst present girt Y lost and tho the Y FOR Baths. Extremely'.? healthful location. $1,000.00 recently spent on improvements. NO SALOONS IN THE TOWN OR COUNTY. Moral surroundings excellent. UNEXCELLED AS A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG BOYS. Nineteenth Year Begins September 6, 1911 Write for catalogue. Address all communications to Desk "B' MATHENEY & BATTS. Ih9iKhhKhKX'XKh.XXX9iU H H H H H H . Would You Like to Own a Piauno?! Magnificent $550 Cote Piano Given Away Free This picture does not do justice to the beautful Piano now on display at our Store. ,, . Cote-piano- HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY STORE f COME! TO THIEI JSJJSTJD E335Z-A.MI3ME- S A delightful sweet-tonepiano. An instrument worthy of place and honor. in any home. d THEI IXAJNTO, - d 'Here is your opportunity tb got piano, absolu-lutel- y free, and at the same time save money on every purchase you make at our store. We are now giving with every purchase of merchandise made at our store, a certificate or certificates for the amount of the purchase. These certificates are transferable from one to another, and may be secured by everyone who pays cash for their goods. The person or society, church, lodge, etc., securing the greatest high-price- value in cash certificates by May with this piano absolutely free. 1, 1012, will be presented Here is a 'short description of this magnificent : It is a largo size instrument, measuring 4ft., 9in. in height, 5ft., 2 in. in length and weighs, boxed ready for shipment, over 800 pounds. The finest materials and mo3t experienced workmanship have produced in the Cote an instrument excellent in tone, power and appearance. The case design is very beautiful. It is adorned with rich carvings, standing ouj, in bold relief, indicating artistic elegance. The surface of the instrument attracts at once with its deep mellow color, polished and replenished and as a mirror. The keyboard is a wealth of genuine ivory keys. The action is easy, elastic, and reponsive. This piano ha3 a fine, full singing tone, at once deep and tender, capable alike of producing spectacular effects, and of yielding the softest', dreamiest melodies. It is installed in thousands of the best homes, conservatories, educational and religious institutions in the land, and is well and favorably recommended by leading public men, women, and institutions, by musicians, teachers, and other excellent judges of musical instruments. Ask to see the portifolio containing these recommendations. . THE &T.A.TKO. ,7 h Today Save their cash purchases here and Make Your Purchases Have your and friends make Every Certificate? your friends interested in your behalf. Get transfer their certificates to you. You will be surprised how quickly these certificates accumulate, and you can ' win this piano if you try. Get a good start by coming to the store today. There is something of interest to you in every department of our immense stock and there will be special sales on various lines of merchandise every day. By paying cash for the goods you buy, you will save money and may get this elegant piano free. This piano will be awarded some one on May 1, 1912. out-of-tow- n -- Here is a Piano for "Ycu to Win. course of study In lagrlcultune and hoped that next year .he would find a successful corn club organize SESSION HERE FRIDAY hare. on The committee resolutions submitted the following which were After a Very Profitable Week-D- r. adopted: We, tha teachers of Ohio county Mutchler Engaged for fieallng the in Institute Importance of our work, de9lne to Next Year. publish the following resolutions, therefore be it Heaolvkd: iFlrst, That we extend Issue.) (Continued from Last cur sincere thanks to our worthy THURSDAY AFTERNOON. for the wise sjW-tio- n Ajfter a few announcements, Supt. or Dr. Fred Mutchler, of BowlLeach was absent on account ot bus- ing Green, to conduct our Institute, iness and Sir. H. C. Crowdor took and wish to say that we approve his the chair. first number of the after-neon- 's The 'program was taken up by the Instructor in which ho continThis ued his discussion on corn. grows ntoro corn than all Nation lie ahowed the valother nations, Kentucky, ue of tho corn crop to emphasised that We ought o lie s. grow more corn in Kentucky. JfCo desire Yourself, then help a friend or ' Society get it. , accompanied by her cousin, Mr. effl-gUts. Bv-Ez- ell If you don't wish the Piano for INSTITUTE CLOSED ITS work and year. Second, him again tiext selves (if this opportunity. Fifth, That we approve the erett Maden, Mrs. IS. two conversions 'and twenty-)fou- r tions to the church. God's will addi- be That we tion of Elementary tho public schools of Ohio county. Third, That we appreciated the presence of a number of visitors "who were here in the interest of educa tion, especially Prof. H. H. Chary, of Bowling Grten. Fourth, That wo extend a ivote of Mr. thanks to our worthy citizens, for" J. B. "Wilson and Supt. Leach their great ingenuity In tho planning of an educational trip for the Ohio county teachers cf and we urge that all teachers avail them- - faor tho. adop- cent Agriculture In im T. and Mrs Nannie. done. Re-oes- i After a few inlnuts recess, Dr. Mutchler urged that a com club bo " organized in this caurtty. Me dls- the proper oultivatl oussd In d,e."fcaU cultivation cussed In detail proper of the corn and how to pwiwro tho soil for a drouth. tho Adjourned at 3:30 to attend ball game. The score ot the gamo Wis 5 to 4 in favor of tho Institute FRIDAY. Tho Institute convened for tho last time Friday morning at H Rev. Virgil Llgln oonduct- o'clock. d the devotional exorcises. on The Instructor discoursed "the "Teachers' Helps' in the sub-- s He Impressed Joct of Agriculture. 'VU9 with the fact that notlilns takes the place of plowing tilings. that Library canunlttnw roiwrted they will inset again STpUflriber 23d and urged that all tho books Uiat are out be sent in by September ICth. , Tho sum of J11.G0 has been collected for ih Industrial Edition. sugMr. Wilson made a few more gestions concerning Uio riP Mr. H. C. Crowder was wiloint' ns a committee to secure Mr. W. od of ' Q. Stewart to write tlw history ' tho to be prlnWd In tho institute Stewart Industrial LMltlon. t Mr. years. 35 J. i. in nn iiiatj-ioAfter a few woixta by Supt. Leach lecr. MuMUfcra conwwndiHg tures, wo had a few mlnutoi rocess., finished tho week's - uiiWiW talk about tboL .with a. . This. YOU About No Pipe Dream tMMMMMMHMHMMHIHMHMMMHHi -atMr. and Mrs. Alonzo Bartlett lirmia fow' days last week and attended the tended the Baptizing at Ambrose at ford, near Mr. John Miller's Sixth, That we, as teaohers.stnivo big meeting that is going on last Sunday. every way passible to Increase Marvlns Chapel. in Mr. Charlie Feamster went to HartTho big meeting at Marvlns Chapel school the average attendance dn our most excellent broke last Sunday night with thirty- - ford, to hear Judge O'Rear speak. and join with Superintendent in his effort of ere-- 1 ' atiug a greater educational spirit. Beenth, That we express to tho J Hartford citizens of tho town of The our appreciation for their cordiality, and the kind and hospitable way In which they have received! us. MAY E. ROGERS, E. Y. ALLEN, IS your business sick? Do you think you shoulij MATfTYE E, MOSELEY, Sx'y., havfc more trade? Is there anything: worrying: you Committee. in connection with the growth of your business? Chalnran mado a fow announcements and adjourned the Institute work of our Secretary, Miss J V Known. l V 4 Hartford Republican Business Building Bureau unttll's next year's tenm. HENRY LBAQH, Ch'm'n. ANNA ELIZA KEOWN, Secy. WE HAVE THE REMEDY A' the services locally of the greatest retail 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 We have retained Kills a Murderer. A merciless murderer is Appendicitis, with many victims, but Dr. King's Nmw Life Pills kill it by prevention. They gently stimulate stomach, liver dog and bowels, preventing that ging that luvtes aplpendicitis, curing Constipation, 'Headache, Bllllousme&s, m Chills, 2Jc at all druggists. LrvSUR whole business troubles, freely and frankly and send them to this office. We will pass the letter on to Mr. Henderson and you will receive from him in a few days a solution of your difficultiesthe same kind of solution that has made success for thosands in the same positions as yourself. advertising will make a difference in your business. of MAY JUST PUT IT IN PIPE AND SMOKE IT TO WIT, THAT THE REAL GOBLIN THAT WILL GET YOU IF YOU DON'T WATCH OUT IS THE GREAT BIG MAIL THIS COMORDER GOBLIN. MERCIAL GOBLIN HAS GOT It may be that a new style PALO. Sjpt. 4. iWe.aro having fine weather tills week. Mrs. Nash whoso Illness was men tioned in last Issue is same (butter, but her daughter MatUe is no better. Mr. J. T, Lame, of Palo, & about to close a contract with a Michigan firm to bore an oil well on hla farm. Mr. Jack Funk and family, at Taffy, visited Mrs.Nannle Feamaterand family Saturday night and tMr. Alono Bartlett and family Sunday. Mr. Ivan Pank and wife and Mr. Clayton Park and sister, Effle, of Clear Ruu na!h,borhood, visited Mr. Dunk Berry and family test Saturday , night and Sunday. , Mr. W. L. White and wife, of Palo, and little son, IlalWe, visited Mr. Ru-fu- s Boyd an family, of Fordsvllb, lost Saturday night and Sunday. Mr, Alonao Bartkdtt wife and sou Mareelhis, wat to HwtfoHd lart Sat . urday trading, Mtes Cc41 Allwi, of CfKrawll,who A vtoklHg ker aunt, have iw Mrs. Annie Madaa,tor Uiixwtfour or ttot wke returned Uooaw laat Sunday, Some scheme of a novel kind that will bring the money pouring into your money drawer is possible. Possibly a certain kind of advertising folder that has brought success to others is what you need. A particular method of win dow dressing may be what will bring you the success you laak. Special salesmanship THE BULK OF THE BUSINESS IN MANY COMMUNITIES, TO THE DETRIMENT OF THOSE COMMUNITIES. IF YOU REALLY ARE LOYAL TO HOME YOU WILL PATRONIZE HOME Your competitors may be worrying you and you may want a knowledge of the latest method of fighting them. You may need help in getting in your bad debts a few hints can be given that have materially helped others out of tro-ble. PEOPLE IN BUSINESS. that has Haw to conduct a special sale, made sucesain simillar circumor sales, may possibly by the stances may be indicated in shortest way out of your your business. But Whatever it is. send the fullest particulars of your troubles to this department and let Dundas Henderson help you FREE 'i This costs you nothinr and may help you to make a foi tuneWrite today Further particular of our offer may be obtained on application to this office. All communications absolutely confidential-addre- ss .,I - THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Business Building Bureau.' '. Hartford, Kentucky. pjogrwa