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MOUNTAINS WILL POLL Enormous Vote this Fall for Judge O'Rear. Gerrymander Effected to Retain Hold on Legislature by are ful. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1911. thj location health- ATTEMPTS TO DISCREDIT Hartford Herald Pablishes Article by "Fair Play." Read What Mr. Woods' Home Paper and Christian Minis- beyond rJi Machine. . BY L. VANCE ARMENTJIOUT. son at smi,e time or another has, what you think, done jou an unjus- uce. in tuat respect you gel one posxL the sani3 Itivol w Itli the one you hate, Closely m Jatod to this n.uesi!i!on of he, audit road building to the mountaineers Is and are no better mounlaln-parentagthat of representation. They aire de shows your weakness by so doing. prived of rjlghtein representatives, voi This lis remarkable shown In this Herald which lliey are entltl-ei- undjrtho ratio weeks issue of the Hartford of apportionment pivavalent in otiher wnen one wno signs this name as to districts "Fair Play" makes an nttantpt s otlons. In itho mountain discredit the works of ExnMayior C. tliera Is six times the voting popu'atlon Ken'ucky diirialJ E. Woods, Ut Richmond, Ky In his found in Weat-r- n wh.ch are overwhelmingly Democratic fight for Judge O'Rear by slurring ret peopU erenoes to .Mr. Woods. Flully a quan'ior cf a million Now it happens that The Republican ivoice in the are deprived of a dlr-?Legislature of tho Slate by reason knows that the gmtleman who wrote of being orawidod into thesj Immense this article for the Hartford Herald areas of repnasentayon. The Consti Is not Interested In the present Btnte tution expnossly pr&vJdeS Tuhat thd Campaign one way or tho other, and KEN ratio of nepresentaition shall be equal, DOES NOT EVEN VOTE IN TUCKY. Why then should lie take and that If there is any discrimination lengthy Judge O'Raar fays, It shall ibo In fa- It upon himself to write a vor of those districts, which an? lar article endeavoring to discredit Mr. gest and roost Bparsely Settled becaus Woods, ba'h. politically and morally? they are capable of grtater growth In It evidently shows that there is sometho next census 'Period. Tho Court thing else back of It. campaign. This being tho case It is only fitof Appeals has dxlared the last ap WJLL GIVE AN IMMENSE MAJORITY portionment unconstitutional for that ting and proper that our readers In every (election the mounroain coun reason,) yBH Democratic Legislatures should knoiw that Mr. Woods occupies ties, according to .the last census and have failed to iredlstrict, the Demo- a position at home second to no man a comparison of ivotilng whoever served his people In office cratic --pJtttfewls bilent,- nrd- population based on ratio oz oxuoi there, barring his present course in say nothing about It sections, have failed iby fully 10,000 to Silking out for Judga O Rear against WORK OP THE LOBBY. get out their vaie. Contributing causes his home candidate, Mr. McOreary. are distances and bad roads, and tine Judge O'Rear explains why the WORDS BY CHRISTIAN MINISTER. .jmoorat-Ic lobby operates through the the section being fact, that, The following remarkable tribute S'ato machine by the aid of the Republican,It ha sseldom w3 paid to tlie well known tcpnper-anc- e been necessary to vote the full party Prison Ccniuilsslon. Thes3 men iuwo Wouds,of D mociuitlc strength in congressional and local employes in every legislative district R'chniiond, Ky, by the pastor of the the elections. This year pledgts are being who see to tho nomination of Christian church of that city, Jtev. voluntarily given, that regardless of night men; ibeoause the 'Legislature Barnes, and appeared in the Richand) whehter, the voters will be at the poll elects the Prison Commissioners mond Register March 10, 1911. Un-l- jr the first Tuesday after the. first Mon- their Jabs depDnd upon U. Tho lobby his Ijadjrahlp Richmond has and thous- furnishes the campaign funds, day in November. Thirty-thro- e twice gene dry, despite the influence having and in the Tenth and Eleventh is the the Prison Commissioners, of liquor preachers and other ou'slda prediction. And these mountain peo- nomkd .the candidates for the Legisla- Influences exerted to rietuni saloons ple do not make promises rashly. The ture, can Influence them. But occa- to the city. are rathor taciturn and chary of giv- sionally the State goes Republican. "Here is a man with granite in ing their .word. Ono can find more if the Legislature should go Republi- his itlbir and battles in his blood. Had men im ono day in the mountains, wb can, the Democratic. Prison Commis- he .been born a tbousand years ago loblook him straight in the eye, than he sion could not ihandlo it and dho he iwould have led a. Crusade to the by would lose. So they had the Leg city In a monlth. can find In a Holy ito rescue the Sepulchre the Stoto. So from Land islature gerrymander HIS TRIP LAST WEEK. the hands of the Tanks, and to that the iblg Republican counties are would have returned home .bronzed Judge ORear addressed close 6,000 people in the Tenth and Elevonb arowdi:d into immense districts, fet by Syrian suns, and ladonod with districts last week, in six counties. tering their voting strength, while honors. Or he would have been one and tho sure Democratic counties are mado of the stonmy, restless souls u He delivered seven addirwssos with districts. sovenity-iflv- e mites horseback Into small ibut numwus rode, tlio sweep of tempeats In his voice, ji over Wio mountains' and through the Thus It s that, although the State calling for reforms of iglgantdc wrongs four passes out by the" beds of tna Ken wont nearly 20,000 Republican and, it need be, would have walked tucky's tributaries. He traced tho years ago, the Legstaiture aiemaned to tin stake and witnessed with his South Fork of ithat stream from its Democratic, and ithe hold of the lob life to the eternal verities that had on origin in a lliUtie spnlng till It Joined by and the Prison Oammlsslora possessed him. He is in the direct Half Dollar Worth $2,500. the middle and north forks and down the Legislature was not dlmtn'lshed. line with prophets and teachers in past the government locks and dams Howi t operated ,was shown iby ithe de every age wiho carry fonword the flag Henderson, Ky., September 28. that "will Jttako it a navigable stream feat of the man nominated by the of humanity. O'he heroic boats strong Two thousand five hundred dollars Democrats for United States Senotpr ly the year around. Is tibe value tit a coin belonging to In his veins. spoke In Laurel, Clay, Owtsloy, by a Democratic Legislature controllo He "He is davoted haaift and soul to Louis Hoyea, one of tiho proprlotrs counties, by itihe lohby. BraaitWt, Lee and Estill according to the cause of civic bottenment, and of tho Nlcokleodeon, McDERMOTT EXPOSES IT. Monday afternoon to Saturday from to the romoial of prosperous infamies the report of the American Numis nigh when he returned to hl3 home. E. J. McDenmott, DemocraUc candi that have buttressed themselves sol matic ossoclatlion of Chicago, which Hewill 'begin a second itour of the date for Lieutenant Governorvlth all idly in iv.ory community under tho says there is only ono other in ex First and Second districts today .open the best ntanttionin the world tcj nnake towering walls of greed and gain. In istence except t,he one thioy have, ing at Murray this afternoon. Benlton, a point for bis panfcy, acoorainK to our recent local option campaign. Ho and offers .that amount for Uie cqln, Paduc&h, Kuttawa, Marlon, Pniuceton Judge O'Rear, jioveaiul tho rtTery 'seri- put spurs to the entire community, piece made ire tho It is a and Cadiz are his other dates for the ousness of lobby domination. iMoDsr-mo- tt roused us from our torpor, made the year 1853, and was taken in by j week. said that, although Judge O'Rea drowsy rub the slumber from their Mr. Hayes as a halt dollar In the I Good roads imoan more to the moun might be elected, he could not tiarny oyes; and the eajmy, from the mo- regular course of business. 1 tains and all of Kentucky than People out the expressed will of Iho people i ment of IUb entrance into the Hats It is not the oldn&ss ot the coin 1 in pthre sections realize, though wet- - lite policies, ibeoause a Democrats know that for them the hour of doom but tlio fact that there are only era Kentucky needs them almost as Senate would not with had struck. He smote their claims two in existence that makes tlie are In There are many coins f badly aa the eastern part. Thereeast- him. with logic unanswerable, with foots value. more than a swore of counties In Judge O'Rear declared that proves that they never dared to dispute, and existence and a number ot thorn ern Kentucky, known aa pauper coun- the fight is Just starting. Hhie people th?4r cause with scorn as short) as In Henderson Ahat are much older. the must elect Judge ties, tho coat of whose courts Mr. Hayes will probably O'Rear this y,aar. blades of tempered steel, As surely dlspos? State Is compiled to pay- - Yet, aa Then he can reccommend this progre as the cause of the saloon has devo- of liis coin, aa he feels that it Is a Judge O'Rear declared, a tnlp through slve program to the Leatefeture. it It ted Itself at the pursuit of gain by llttlo too valuable for him to those counties proves fchat an tha rUin follows the old scheme of refenrlng grinding the fieeh and blood at men, hold, but he doesn't intend to be bottoms there are fenms whtoh coin-par- e bills to paokd convnRts and women and children in the pitiless in any hurry about tt, as he rather with any In the State, fertile and sanoUierlnig them, he can call the. Lee sbatipness of its mills, so he has de- enjoys the novelty of owning It. beautifully situated, that, wera there islature back in sifoial session wlUi voted himself to tine rescue ot human! Kentucky's Dog Crop. roads over .whleh the produete could thesa BiMiB befsne k, aadiUius farce ty, aed to the destruction of fehet-- r be bAoled to market or the railroad, a vote. K Wwa the same taotloa are great to a the saloon. The dog crop of Kentueky remains ywould moke Ahe aauatry prosperous pursued to defeat the iwlll of Uie "In the heat ot contlUt some say on the avwie. There were 143,683 This, ib4de the people, theaa QuesVloiw will be sole he Is extncSHe; but It must foe rmum-bare- d dogs reported to State Auditor Jaaiea and mineral and fuel wealth eoe(aled in Issues la the legislative ekfctkxa two that tiie enny Is om too well in 19L1. This rqpstt means that after ike httls and belBg'dWatep! as fast years hace, .wkh Judg O'Rear as versed in Abe ants of uaalvUteed war-ta- re all the she) that have bepa killed as .thy eta be. This laad to mueh GovBsor, and a LtlsJature earn Hum to b nwt by aay cttt those who or died for .waat of baing'klllcd are Wag laaMty sUe be efaMsa MmA bakUr than V put the potteles stand on around, too prosperous paid for UtJreJisuMlns about $50,000 to . i la the Wast, the soeaery ajd clWntata oa the saMte books. to be faced xeatt by Akew who are go into the pajbUe seaool (uad. tl-a- n e; ot ng The mountains will apeak 1a Nayem Bandy i bor. Flrom the length at the Big ' Valley and up and dawn, the hillside Btrctun that contribute their nioletlo to tho torrents of the started Kentucky river come raports thait there will bo no party division this year in the vote tor Govornor. A mountain mm Is candidate. Judg E. C. O'Rear was born ot ho rodo the'eircuit in Ube foothills or the Allegheniesjhlla practicing at the Eastern Kentiuoky bar; be has stumped every county tost of the bluegraJS and the people love fatal History records no auoh ptb-- r conwn tlans as those in which de.1ego.tos to the lait S'ate Republican convention wero instructed for OiRear. No other man in pubjlc life In Knl'jucky knows the mountain People as Judge O'Rear does knows their character .their ambitions and their needs; understands the couniTy. Its possibilities nnd diffiits population culties under which labor. No other public man has Given the to coawHitton3 in the mountains study that lie1 has; and so the peoplo of the mountains are peculiarly Interested in the outcome ctf the present WHAT OTUIER STATES DO. Other Staitos, as Judgwj O'Rear point od out, nna making similarly hampore sections atitmactlvo for Battlement, and investment are finding it a good Judge O'Rear eay the policy proposed in th4 Democratic State platform Dt the Rtate conttflbuttag to tho maln&en anno of reads dn itho counties, in pro them portion as tho counties help selves, Is bad political aconamy. It thousand would repay the State a which folds to aid those counties, needs the aid tho most. They can keep up the reads once built, but can not undertake the Inlitiai coa'. More over, It Is unfair, tweause the pUwa of central Kentucky weiro built with should State aid, and the mountains by have permanent pikes, laid cut competent engineers. The untarprlse presents no difficulties. . The grad.s are all gosd, the ro:k inabund icasy of dls anco and the drainage . ter Say of Him. It Is nothing but human naAuns to make ev my endavor posa'ble to "get even" "nitih a person when that per- Jjjsthjc- -- or )2-- er be wrought by mn whose convictions one In cold storage, or who strives to maintain n dignified neutrality toward organized Inlqulity, cir who attempts to skillfully .balance between Wn nnd duty niceties ot pro and con. There are alway3 sufficient numbers of safe, sanj andly&onaorvatlve, popular in our phrase, to kieip the balance true. Hut such ar3 not likely to canry war into the enemy's camp. They will stand behind the loader like a wall of steal; 1 and'-thader is always a man of IidtoIc type. ''ClaroiicM E. Woods fights hard because ho has been hit hard; but al ways fights !talr. He never Id's b? low tine b4t. In the person of those wno are near mm lie lias paid revenue to saloon cotfirs In the coin of his own family, sune of whom have gone down under the lethal blows ot tho monster. The danger signals thai', he files aiw planted deep in tragedy. On the other liand, it must be renim bered that every champion of the traffic finds a friend and helivr In of him as soon as the black flag piracy is struck. The down and outs and those who put thorn thjre are gsvtn tho glad hand and a place In tho ranks with those who are .marching upward and onirawl In the gnaat causo t! God, liome and nn'Jivo land. A man who puts his mony, his time and his life into a causa like this will haivie no grouch toward tho unfor tunate, no desire to see th'emi suffer, but is always happy whm tho ucca-s!o- n comes to lift Mi ni to tlhelr f wt and .help them to bo men. "Clarence E. Wo:ds has tlie respect every of citizen tt county. Madison THOSE WHO DO NOT LIKE HIM ARE THOSE WHO HAVE SUFFERED ILIS DISPLEASURE "AS AN ADMINISTER OF THE LAW. He was elected to see that the law of tlms city were enforced; he bd his duty, and every man who does that has the freight to ray. He could have conio out of office fliilng blue ribbons, and bearlni corapltaienftury. addresses from all classy, good and bad alike; but the him fact that no strings were on showed that he was faithful, and that was b .fiter than to be enrolled among the famous. He won high praise as Mayor of our city from thosa who desired to sje tho laws enforced; and Uie fact that tho lawless are hostile compliment to him Is the highest that can be paid him., "To say that he has his faults is to say that he is human; to eay that he has been alive, and that he has done his duty, and shown himself every inch of a man. But his friends are legion, and devoted to him, for the good ho has done, ifor tlie breadth of his sympathies, for his ideals and for tlie dauntless spirit that im pels him to carry them into exicu- tlon. Friend and fee alike know that ho stands tor the best and that all he does is done in the broad, open light of day." self-lntcno- st arrogant to ,be met except by thosa who ore brave enough to defy It, and displso Its ppjtantions. That ensmy neither glve3 nor asks quarter. It must be met on its own ground and on its own terms, Jtefonms can nev- WILL START ON OCT. lar rate. bar Interest at the, rt:ju- - 26 Be Hartford Post Office to Savings Depository. Official Notice Received last Sat-nrda- y by Postmaster Heavrin Many Cities Without It. The R?publ!oan lias been informed Pobtmaser Heavrln that 'ho has received official notice from Postmaster G.ineral F. H. Hitchcock that Hartford lias been eo'eo'ed m a point for a U. S. Postal Savings Bank. It is to be put In operation on October 26, 1011. This is n signal distinction far Hartford, as many good-stee- d are still without postal banks, although clamoring for them. Hartford was thus early granted u postal bank, because tho U. S. Goveiimnont recognized it as being one ot tihe Important agriculture and labor enters of the country. All nooeisary savings cards and stamps will ibo sent Mr. Heavrln immediately by the Government. ABOUT THE SAVINGS SYSTEM. The i03al savings system 2s established for tlie purpose of providing facilities for depositing saving3nt interest with the securilty of ths Unit ed States government for rwpooiniont. The faiith of the United States Is solemnly pledged to the payment of deposits made in postal savings depository offices with occurred interest as provided by the poatal-savinact. Accounts may be opened and made by any iivrson cf tho age nn ot teii yaars or his or her own name and by a married woman in her own nam a and frw from any Interference or control ,by liar hus band. No person can have mora than one accounit at any one time. No person may open a account at any postofflco who Is not a pa'ron of that office. in All accounts must be opened person by the depositor or his authorized lYipnasrntatilw. Alitor opening the account a depositor may forward subsequent deposits to the post- offloe by mall. Willi Dorordts be accepted only from Indlvtlduals.and xio account 'will d be in the name of any flnm, association, society, or partnership, or in the names of two or mora persons Joln'ly. No account will be openijd in tho name of one person in traal or on brihalf of anothre person or persons. savings The servico of the posraal system is free, and no oharge or fee Is collected or required in connection with tho opening of an account or the withdrawal of money deposited. to Postmasters are not permitted necolvo savings certificates for safekeeping. Amounts less Mian $1 may be saved for deposit by tho purchase of and cards by cl-tt- as ds-pos- lts A depositor .may at any time withdraw .the whole or any part of hi deposits to his credit with aay Interest payable by surrendering Bavfinga ojrtiflcates, properly Indorsed, Joe tho amounit desired. A depositor will bo pcnmlWed tho whole or any part ot his, deposits in sums of $20, ?10, $60, $S0, $100, or multiples $100' of x up to and Including $500, Into United States rgi9ter..d or coupon bond3 bearing interest at Uie rate of 2 2 per oant, per annum, payable and redeemable at the pleasuro of tlie United States oftr one year from date of lssu, both principal nnd interest payable twoaty years front such date United in States gold coin. Such exchange may be made undr date of January 1 and July 1 of each year, provided such bonds are then available. y, Family Reunion. A family reunion was held at the rtasidenoj of ,Mr. and .Mrs. J. of Bwer Dam, on Sunday,6-2p-trmbe- r W-Pat- e, bled for many yecrs, nnd oveny member of the family was present, they be ing Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pate, father and mother, Mr. A. E. Pate, (wife and daughter, Martha Carolyno, at Hartford; Dr. A. U. Pate, wife and son; Alva Smith, RiuselMU.;, Ky.; L. A. Pate, wiife and three childnei. Ijuclle, Harry and Roy, SSEer, IlL; Clatvnco Aahby, wife and daughter, Virginia .Mildred, McHenry, Ky.; E. C. Pate and wife, Sesser, III. 14. Tihl3 vns the first all cf their children had assemat the home of their panentiT time-tha- t Early Trouble in Married Life. Some time ago a young married woman ot Hartford, whoso name we omit, made a curious blunder. She put! somo eggs on to 'boll soon after breakfast one morning. They were still on wh'ii he came home at dinner time. Upon her husband asking what was in the sauc.pan, she answered: "Eggs for jour dinner. They have bien on sinee soon after breakfast. I have tried them wilth a forte and th-- y are not boiled yet." Hid astonlshm nt may be better imagined than described. And tlie mere mention f eggs now brings a rosy blueh to hor face. Please do not ask ua the name of the young lady. or po3tal-snv-in- gs SplendidRecord in Hartford. The big industrial edition of The Hartford Republican Is now out befoay the public and the publishers foI that due credit should ibo givon James M. Ross, who did all ot the soliciting, writing and colWetiagr for this mammoth edition. AVe have-founhim a most experienced pernou in this lliij of newspaper work and he has lived up to his contract with, this office in every rospect. Nest we?k lie and his family wlU leave for anothor city, wihere Mr. Ros will get out another edition. They have made many friends since coming to Hartford on July 14, last, fwho regret their departure. to-M- op-ne- n, 10-o- posital-Eawlni- gs ton-ce- nt gs postal-saving- s nt g. w-l- hh stamps. Each postal-savincard contains blank spaces, to which savings stamps may Ibe affixed from time to time as purchased, and a postal-savinsavcard with nine ten-ceings stamps thus affixed will be ac cepted as a deposit of $1 either In opening an account or In adding to an existing account. Savings cards and stamps will bo redeemed only by tho Issue of savings certificates and not valid for postage. They will not be recolved In exchange for postage btamps, nor will postage stamps be accepted in oxchanse for postal-saving- s cards or s'amps. i Interest will be allowed on all deposits at .therate c 2 per cent, per annum, computed on each savings certificate separately, and payable annually No Interest mjli be paid on money whtoh remains on deposit tor a fraction of a year only. Dopa<a will bear interest from tlie first day of the month mext following that in .whloh dwoslted. Jntereet will continue to accrue on a savings cwibiOcate as long as It beremains outstanding, certificates ing valid until paild, without limlta Won as to time. Compound interest Is sot allowed an an outstanding certificate, hut a depositor may withdraw laterutt pay able aad loelude it In a sew iWpaatt, Carsell Comedy Compamy Satur day Night. Will exhdhlt at Dr. Bean's Opera. House, Hartford, Ky., Saturday night Septemb?r 30. First-clas- gs s Vaudeville-- . Carsell Sisters, Blnglng and dancing, i Forest Nelson, World's Champion Vocalist. .Millie Ireno, spotlight singing. illlly Wagner Comedian. .Four Big Acts and a very itaaay, afterpiece. Admission 15c and 25c Pay Your Taxes. Deputy Sheriff W. C. Earp, will be at tlie following places Da daturfnama to collect Taxes. Narrows, October 2, a. ni. Davidson Station, October 2, p. in. i. Olaton, October 3, a. m. Dan Station, October 3, p. nu Ilorsa Branch, October 4, a. m. I t) White Run, October 4, p. m. Af ' Select, October 5, a, m. vM Ralzetown, October C, p. m. IRp.!, Arnold, October G, a. m. Wv v, Sugar Grave, October C, p. m. Roslne, October 7, Horton. October 9, a. nu MU Pleasant. October 9, p. m. FMnt S;dttg9, October 10, 0.1- - n to 2 p. nu I T. II. BLACK. S. 0. C. By W. 0. BAAP, D. 8. it - .,tr . .iu' PACTI s1011 ATUI V VTIJAX IIUlU"-Iu- RTTVCn4 Tliur ihU cojauvj lUiun iaiaj o.irlo m U will t Cv J" wt vnn v man flA11r rood rarAfiTl1v...N0 GOODS CHARGED rvau, mv vhi vm.j & - t ? ? . II ll f I'Liiinii1 in i m " MMm in nun ez!l Outfitters " ID. FZT&EZID, oTfrrinrl ui uibi.u nn n nwH ! g- aii mmmm mvk .m m m am m HHVHBII m m ""(h mh mm IV m ! wwi Hartford's Leading and most Reliable ww sSgss ?- for Men Women and Children i THE NEW TORE STORE 1 T C : A J. IParoparietoar. A s . -- T . 3 - . I 1I1UVC 1 v-- ULtULVU ......lA..1 U hv January l. lyiz. t.nn!An liuui flin httc J1US1V1UI1 1of .loir ioi. " Toriiin.tf iuiuJ nf uuiium 1010-, nnfl tlnvn ui.uuj ivi umi. nlrnnilu nrmfflif fn fcv KnV fnrrt fU Anr T manfinn fuintiuic i mnef anil wuv ,u.1i.u.i. w crn ii um """ tut. uj "ii.hi.iuii, liAi.nfin T uiugt . mif ui,r rtnfiro cfnol nnil wivnw "i.w, u..u TYlt nlllf llllctnnea -. xuwiv M- J w .A This Gigantic Sale, Nothing like it Before Nothing Like it te Will Ever Occur Again so Don't Miss this Great Sale. And remember that our entire Stock 13 for sale, also 2 floor cases 1 Umbrella case, 4 Clothing Racks and a big lot of clothing and skirt hangers. Also Store for rent from the 1st day of Jan. 1912. Doomed! $10,000 Dry Goods, Clothing, Worth of seasonablp Hats and Lsdie3 Coat Suits, Jackets, Skirts, Trunks, Valises, will be at public mercy to be slaughtered in 90 days. Shoes, The New York Store MONEY-SAVING And will continue this Sale until every article in the house will be sold out. positively move nothing. life-tim- e $10,000 BEGINNING OCT. 0 11, 1 We will N i The New Ydrk Store. otice! The en- I i tire stock is on sale and nothing will be moved from Hartford. To be sold out in 90 days only, Beginning Thursday, Oct. 5, 1911. at 9 a. m;. Rain or shine. The New York Store Now is the opportunity of your stares you in the face. Come, you dare not do an injustice to yourself and family by PUBLIC: GOOD NEWS FOR THE overlooking to Clothe you and your family at prices that would not cover the. cost of the raw material cutting the labor entirely out of the question; f6r we know that you understand what SELLING OUT TO QUIT BUSINESS MEANS. This entire stock must be closed out by January 1st 1912 as we are positively not going to move a dollars worth of goods. So whatever I have left after January 1st 1912. I will sell it some good merchant and terms to suit purchaser. STORE WILL BE CLOSED $200 REWARD OFFERED! THE PUBLIC Two days, Tuesday, Oct. 3, and Wednesday, Oct 4. An army of assistants will be busy day and night arranging and marking down the entire stock. Be patient and reserve your trading for this sale. J. D. Reed has hereby offered a reward of Two Hundred Dollars to any person or persons who will be able to furnish proof that goods were sold during this 90 days of said Sale at a higher price than advertised in this circular. legitimate Sale from to finish. Hence all the accompanying guaran-teesBesides the reputation of J. D. Reed is too well known to this community for any doubts to enter anyone's mind, but that all promises made in this circular will be fullfilled in good and to the letter. To stay away from this Sale is like throwing dollars away. S start beconfident.that s. ONEPRICETOYOUALL! Every article in this Closing Out Sale will have a white tag attached to it .with its Sale price marked in plain figures so a child, as well as a grown person, can buy at this Closing Out Sale without fear of things being Wait, Watch and Wait Save this document, let nothing keep you away from this Sale. Positively open Thursday October, 5, 1911. 9 a. m. The New York Store T Children's Bear Skin Coats, eizee i o Below we Quote a few of the Wonderful, Marvelous, Extraordinary Notion and Furnishing: De$2.00 $3.50 Bargains we are Putting Forth and Remember there are Thousands we cannot Mention. .Mon's Dry Goods and Dress Goods all Wool Swelters. .$1.19 Department. 10 Ca partment. 10c 13c Ladlo3 all Wool in all colors Swatrs $1.9S yds of tin vjry ba3t calico.... 39c 41-- 2 Blaich or Itrown Cobton Bl-ac- li Hoso, Jten'3, Liadlos' and 7c 9c 19o Chlldivn's Ho3d 23c 10c Sc CwMwni C3 71-- 2 10c Bleach or Brown Cotton 81-- 2 12c Cotton a yard .wide Sc tiad 10c Lawn only a fav yards lloas Ht3 3 &t, iper yard Sc Apron Gfavs(hajn3... 0c 10c Dross Gliielvuns 8c 12c and 15c Dnou GInglraius, layc test' colors 23c Tij?-.- ir Brand Hoso for children 10c 121-2- c 9c I'urmls a yard wide Sc OniicG B'lannol Cc Sl-3- c 10c Oultog Flannel 121-2- c Outing 'Flannel In all yc colors 12 Dro3 Flannolota all col l-l-- 2c 2c Ladies' Handkerchiefs..' 10c Mon's Handkorchlote '....4c 15c Ilea's and Ladio3' Hand- - v JjprohWs 7c f". 5c Poarl Butljoa3 2c K2dlo3 all s!z63 , lc 5c Bra93 Pins all 8lz-iSc 3 Mens' Youths' and Cfiild-ren- 's Clothing Department. 33c Boy3 Overalls, siz s from 4 ito 15 23c 50c Mon's and Youth's 0'er,all3..38c $1.10 $2.00 $1.75 $3.50 $1.50 $2.00 Man's heavy Mon'3 Overalls, extra S9c Army Pants extra 10c Su3iad.r3 " 7c 23c Suaiwndera ' 50c Suspenders 50c aioa's Work Shirts 50c Min's FLoacd Lined SUlrta lgc 24c 39c 39c and Dravors Chlldpjri's Union Suits iHcavy heavy $U9 Men's Corduroy Paiiils4ark oalora 1.13 and $4.00 Mon's Corduroy 2.29 Pants In allcolors Mai's Caalmero Pants niado tipto-date 7.39 and $12.50 Youths Suits Youths Suits In all colors.. 8.99 ?2..50 and $3 Russian BIsum Knoo Suits with belts 1.C3 $5 B'ue Sngy K11.-Suit3 with 3.23 Sailor Collars $3.50 Knoj Suits, Light and Brown Checks 1.69 $3 Knee Suits In dark colors.... 3.43 $6 and $G.50 Knee Suits in nil colors 4.89 $4 and $5 LlttbBoys Overcoats all colors 2.19 $10 Youth's Overcoats, sizes 14 to 20, -- all colors 4.S3 $10 Moa's Ovoncoat3 in Green and Brown 4.9S $15 Men's CravenaMo Overcoats In dark only 8.98 $22.50 Mon'a Cnavenett Overcoats guaranteed water proof.. 12.48 $12 $15 0 " . $3 Sto 12 3.99 2.29 3.99 $3.0 $C MIS33S long Coats Mlss'os Long Coats Men's and Youth's Hat and Cap Department. $2 Me's Hats la Black and 9Sc 1.38 1.89 Gray , $3 Men's Hats dn all colors.... $3.50 and $4., the J. B. S. Hats all stylos t Caps in all the latest Styles from 7c to 4Sc Shoes for the Whole Family Wie are expecting our shoos in a few days and we will have thaw ch:a;er than any 'house in town, so it will pay you to watt until ours coma and ,we will haveithiem on dia-plia our sttore on coutors. ay t m . oxtra 19c , ...,92c 51.19 1.78 1.93 3.29 Wool Sargd oryjsi goods a jnnd wldo EOc and 75c Silk, all colors T0c ors . and 75c all yard 9c 39c 32c iw Table Oil Cloth la all colors.... 17c 35c TUblo Ltiwn Hod and Hluo only 22c COc WJilto Tablo linen 30c 75c and $1.00 White TabUi Llnjn..4Sc gc 15c Hod Ticking 25c Foatlwr Ticking 19c 23c Extra Jhsuvy Blue Danum.. 17c 12c Extra Hcaivy Shirting sools..81-- 2 $1.00 Blanko'a, largo 6lao jvjr Ladlo3 Unloa Suits, oxtra Hoary., 39c ?1.23 .Man's Union Suits, oxtra lieavy .....89c COc Mjn's and Boys Bjlts 19c 10c Mon's Work G!ovo3...... ...7c 75c Eton's and Boj'3 Loath jr Glovoa 51.25 authied.., ,... $3 00 Mon's Panta ftU wool guar- antojd. "..... ." 50 ialrs of Light Gray Pants, $1.00 $4.50 Men's Pants all wool guar- - Ladies' Ready-to-We- ar De- partment. Ladles' Rady Mado Sldnts oil col- -' ora tfrona $1.63- - to $5.98 $3.00 Ladies' Suits An Grpy only, latest out 4.9s $10 Ladles Suits In Black and Dark Gray e.S $18 Ladle3' Suits, Blu?, Greenland and $3.00 $4.50 and 4cc $7.50 $12.00 Pants In all Uie latost stylos and colors.. and $8.00 irunics and Valla all during this Great Closing out Sale will rtj at halt price. 1 Lot of Men's Odd Coats nam lalr 2.00 .52.00 ,.. 49o Blankets, oxtra largo &Izo..$l.rj" ?3 00 Woolon Blanlwts por pair. Quilts ;xtra lloivy .$3.29 J1.19 and $1.50 Mon's aad Boy3 Loather Glovos 92c 50c and 75c Cordis 43c $1.23 and $1.50 Comsots tho C. B. and W. T. Brand 89c Lidioa Vests and Pants oxtra 'Heavy ig'o $1.25 .Mon's all Wool Shlris and Drawora 89c $1.25 iMWa Flannl Top Shirts. .S9c $1.75 and $2.00 Mon's Flanno-- ! Top Shirts $1.23 MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS. Mon's Suits 2.9S all Men's Suite in Gray and Brown 8.9S $15 00 Men's Sults in all colors. .9.63 "feults In light $18 and $20 gray .'", 10.C3 $18 and $20 Mori's Suiti in Bluo Sorgo and all colors 11.43 $22.50 Moa's Suits In all tho latest styles 12.98 s R1 10.93. 4,3s c.48' $7.50 Long Coat3 "In Black only $10 Ludicu' Long Coats In Dark Brovra .. ( $12.50 Iang Coats, Grooa Light and Brown $18 Ladles' Carragan Coats, Guaranteed $3 Children's Hoar Skin Coats.. $G.C0 La-Ik- and orown, worth all the ny Srom 10 3.ou a ccat, our price wMlo taoy la3t 54 10c Towels .each during up. to " tUtlUU 15c 23c inUlluo Jan. Jjj 50 .' 9c 19c i 9.9s l. I TowoU each.. .,., and 35c Towels oaoh 50c and 75c Pure Linen Towola each a. . t Prices turned loose for 90 days, here is your only and greatest opportunity, come early and come often come every day, while the lowest prices of a century prevail. The entire front of this stflro will V. Prices Smashed STRICTLY CASH account of the extreme prices all to Pieces. quoted this circular, low on positively no goods will be sold on credit. On ' This Means Youl fl onr! 117 We are expecting enormous crowds at this Sale, therefore BE PATIENT we osk me puuuc to be patient and wait for your turn. Plenty extra e will be on hand to serve you. We ask the public to promptly report all complaints as to any discourtesy shown them. We wish to strongly emphasize that we want everybody that attends this great sale to feel perfectly at home, and be treated with due respect. sales-peppl- Please Take settle their accounts before we leave Hartford as you all know it takes money to run business' So please call and settle your accounts. All persons indebted to us will please call and NOTICE. hf onvnrvA rih MM lnffnrnl a'tnr. ,1 1 in ,. , i 1 . $ J. D. REED, Proprietor NEW YORK STORK BEWARE OF IMITATORS tw n llll Hartford, Kentucky. r III... . yi in n . . HLwB-3- --' m ,. 11, in. li.MllIHI 'l"l "i'j in!...' . ,n 1'" ,r:,T!i ' r -- I.. -- tcsSr-i.- ..nil' 111 ',IL ?r A. Origin ef tha Coat of Arms of the Earl of Lelnater. Most of tho wild animals hnvo a OUR place In heraldry, and many strango and Impossible creatures, such ns griffins, dragoits mid unicorns, hnvo been Invented ns emblems of daring and Changes In Diplomatic Appointvalor. Hut the donkey and tho monkey ments May Revolutionize Enter- one haye not been so used, except in instance, where tho monkey hns taining In Many Brilliant Foreign been admitted to the ranks of titled nobility. The story, of this adoption Capitals. Is told by Mr. Curtis in his book, , "One (rlsh Summer." On the Lclnstcr coat of arms nro covcrnment'a recent shift three monkeys standing with plain ministers and ninbassnilors collar and chained; motto, "Crom-a-boo,- " "To Victory." This Is tho only caused a rlpplo of Interest In highborn circles abroad, for cont of nrms, I am told, thnt has ever tho American embassy or legation in borno n monkey in the design. It was certain countries Is looked upon as tho adopted by John Fltztbomas Fitzgerconfer of social activities. Tho splen- ald In 1310 for romantic reasons. Whllo this Earl of Lelnstcr was nn did entertaining of tho Whltelnw Holds infant ho was in tho castle of WoodIn London, of tho Charlemagne Towers In Gcrmnny, of tho George Von stock, which is now owned by the Meyers In Russia and of tho Bellamy Duko of Marlborough. Tho castle 6torers In Austria and Spain has been caught Arc. In tho confusion the child such ns to increase tho prcstlgo of was forgotten, and when tho family this country in tho eyes of foreigners and servants remembered him and to whom republican simplicity makes started a search they found the nurno appeal. While men of genius and sery in ruins. But on one of the towdistinction arc useful in some posts, it ers was n gigantic ape. a pet of the is undoubtedly true that tho rich man family, carefully holding tho young' t with a clover society wlfo can servo earl In his nrms. Tho animal, with his country moro effectively at other extraordinary Intelligence, had crawled through tho smoke, rescued the courts. baby and carried It to the top of the Take tho court of Germany, for Instance. Tho kaiser makes no secret tower. grown manWhen of his lovo of display and his respect hood he the earl had family to discarded tho coat of a spender whoso hospltablo for arms and adopted tho monkeys for may encourago tho circulation his crest, and they have been retained of foreign dollars in his capital. It Is to this day. Wherever you And the generally suspected that had tho David tomb of a Fitzgerald you will seo the J. mils been of this class tho canny monkeys at the feet of tho efflgy or kaiser would bavo found them moro under tho inscription. congenial. However, this general reassortluir may bo moro to his mind, for It gives Has Millions of Friends, to Germany a? ambassador John How would you llko to number your G. A. Lclshman, one of tho steel trust friends by millions as Buoklon's Armillionaires, whoso-- wlfo has been a astounding social leader and brilliant entertainer nica Salvo does? Its in Taris as well as in Constantinople cures In tho past tforty years mado and Rome, whero her husband has them. Its the boat Salvo in tho world been successively ambassador to Tur- for sores, ulcers, eczema, fourns;boils, key and to Italy. Mr. and Mrs. Irish- scalds cuts, corns, sore ejes, sprains, man aro Plttsburgers; but, Ilka most swelling, bruises, cold sones. Has no of tho steel trust millionaires', their equal for piles. 25c at all drugsocial successes have been gained else- gists. m where. Mrs. Lclshman Is a handsome blond woman of much tact and great A people's government Is the peoeocial ambition. "Her husband, who cares llttlo for social triumph?, ple's business. If you do not attend himself generously gratifies his family's tasto to it, somebody else is going to attend for social life, and there Is no doubt to It for you, and the one who atthat their occupancy bf the American tempts to attend to it for you will bo embassy at Berlin will bo a brilliant a usurper, usurping not only tho pre one. rogatives which attach to you as free Mrs. Thomas J. O'Brien, who bemen, but usurping the duties which comes chatelaine of tho embassy at have been devolved upon you by your citizenship. We must drive tho cor??&& rupt lobbyists out of the temple ot legislation at Frankfort. O'Rear, at HOSTESSES AT " HONORED THE MONKEY." SUGGESTION: SPENDTHRIFT A ISABELLA. EMBASSIES FOR HANDBOOK Democrats Will Issuo Campaign Thunder for Faithful. In an editorial giving "soma suggestions" for tho Democratic campaign book which Is to bo Issued, tho Louis-vlllEvening Post recently said, In o THIS part: Wo notlco In the Loulsvlllo Times, apropos of tho progress of tho Stato lo Columbia. For bowel complaints In children Colic always glvo Chamberlain's Cholera and Diarrhoea. Remedy and castor oil. It Is o:irtain to effect a cure and when reduced with water and sweetened is pleasant to talro. Xo physician can proscribe a better drugremedy. For sale by all gists, m said that Kentucky Is and and machine-ruleIt Is not to point out that Kentucky Is an exception among tho States of the Union. If It were otherwise, Kentucky would bo an exception. Kentucky will bo an exception this fall If she does not seriously undertake to rid herself of tho incubus that binds her to a condition of demoralization, to a status dishonoring her abroad ind throttling her progress and powor it home. O'Rear, at Ellzabothtown. If it 13 boss-ridded lobby-controllen Change of Heart. Sovlervllle, Tenn. "I never did MRS. lASZ AXDERSOW. in patent medilcdncs," writes when tho Leishmans' go to BerItomo Mrs. Martha Hown, of this place, "unlin, leaves Tkyo, whero her husband and nerselfhavo won golden opinions. til I took Cardui, and it cured mo. The O'Briens aro from Michigan, For six months, I could niat do anywhere oeoro ho entered upon a diplo- thing. Now I do all my housework, matic career Mr. O'Brien was a lead- and It don't tiro me. Doctors failed, ing lawyer. but Cardui saved my life." Tho beneThqf most Interesting of tho now fit from taking Cardui Is not confinabroad, however, Is Mrs; Larz crson, who Is an author and trav ed to ono part of tho body. Cardui system. eler as well as tno ueiress 10 mo mil- - Improves the whole womanly Photo by American Press Association. be-He- campaign, the following: "Work is progressing rapidly on the compilation of tho campaign book nt Democratic State campaign headquarters, and It Is expected by General Henry Lawrence, at tho head of the Publicity Bureau, to havo tho volume off tho press early next week." In the first placo. General Lawrence should not fall to lnsort in tho book proper extracts from his excellent newspaper published at Cadiz, Ky. Only a few weeks ago General took occasion to observe that tho Democratic State committees wore controlled by tho whisky and beer Interests and should be reorganized at Diarrhoea Is always more or kss once. Those commltteos havo not yet been reorganized. Perhaps General prevalent during September. Be preColic, Lawrence will tell us in tho campaign pared for it. Chamberla'In's Remedy is Ghokira and Diarrhoea book why not and when. Again, the campaign book should prompt and effectual. It can always not fall to contain all tho editorials of bo depended upon and is to Mr. Henry Wattorson Immediately take. For sale by all druggists, m and after tho recent State conChinese Floating Hotel. vention. Each page should bear tho A floating hotel is to bo established heading, "No Prohibitionist can bo a Democrat," and Mr. Watterson's ob- in China. The vessel will havo three servations upon Mr. McCreary both decks, tho lower being arranged for dining, billiard, smoking and cari before and after tho State convention rooms. The main deck will contain a will bo "helpful to tho Democratic drawing room and 21 bedrooms, each speakers and workers." with a bath and dressing Certain observations mado by tha room, whllo the upperdeck, or spar Times itself relative to our present deck, has been arranged as a promePrison Board might prove of value, nade. while the campaign book should by no means fall to contain the observations Spit, Quit, Fit. last year of the Lexington Herald rela-tlvHIncs, Ala, In a letter from tills to Congressman J. C. Cantrlll, who Is to lead Mr. McCreary's flght In place, Mrs. Hula Mao Bradley says: "I used to spit up all 'I cat. I was Central Kentucky. My tired and sleepy all tho time. head ached, and I could hardly drng I affirm that tho Legislature of Ken- around. SIcno taking Cardui, tills has tucky has for twenty years and more entirely quit, and now I feol quite fit. been a soro disappointment, in the Mrs. Bradley suffered from nonvous Cardui builds up the main, to the public. There have been Indigestion. notablo Instances of and nervous system, and strengthens the . That's why patriotic members in that body during womanly that time. But the dominant influence Cardui helped Mrs. Bradley and why 7 has been pernicious; it has obstructed It will help you. Try it. wholesome, remedial legislation; It has foiled the public demand; It has Bismarck's Drink Capacity. Bismarck Is credited with drinking thwarted the public purpose; It hns grown to bo called a reproach to the ono gallon of French brady In a session. Bismarck claimed that State. If legislation aimed at the lobso long as alcohol wasted its effects by is not sufficient, then let the peoupon the keeping up sprlgtly ple take Into their hands, whence all thought brain in and conversation it had llttlo power of government originates, the effect on the rest of the system. making of laws which their Leglala ture will not enact, and tho repealing Cardui Worked Wonders. of laws which It does enact contrary McMinuville, Tenn. Mrs. Oclo Jett, to the public will and good. O'Rear. at Princeton. of tills place, says: "I don't believe y, flf It hadn't I ould bo living been for Cardui. After treating me Are You Woman? twenty seven days, my doctor advisBaltimore, Md. Mrs. W. H. Ison, at ed an operation, but I would not con1419 East Madison street writes, "For sent. Instead, I took Cardui, and nov I am doing my work oven the washseveral years, I suffered, off and on, ing. Cardui worked wonders in my from womanly troubles, until finally case. I am in better health than for I was taReni down and could do nothflvo years." Cardui Is a strengthening. Tho pains I experienced, I shall ing tonlo for women. It relieves pain never forget. I lost weight until 1 tones up tho nerves, builds strength You need Cardui. Try it was only skin and bones. T bodlave Woman's Opportunity. bo in my grave If I had not I would Good sense Is the greatest presertried Cardui." Are you like Mrs. Ison vative of health. Never before weak and discouraged, because of women had such a chance in havo the some painful ailment? Cardui will world ns today and In this country. Amy drughelp you. Try It today. But the chnnco will avail them nothgist will be giad to sell you ft ing unless they havo tho health to 0 seize it and the vigor to hold it. bottle, Exchange. Law-renco bo-fofull-size- d o high-minde- d D-1one-nigto-daD-2- 0. D-1- Sight That Checked Her Royal Extravagance For Awhile. Wo nro accustomed to think that tho day Is long past when a sovereign couiu oppress and offend a whole king-- 1 dom by personal extravagance. But tho Into Isnbolln of Spain belonged In spirit 10 tno sixteenth century. An incident of her reckless career which ended In tho loss of tho throne-- Is noted In Munsey's Magazine. She spent money, pouring it out llko water, at a tlmo when tho treasury was nearly bankrupt and when tho proverb "Poor ns n Spaniard" was far too true. All her best advisors urged her to practice economy. Very few of them succeeded, and these only for a short time. A certain chamberlain of hers onco hit upon n plan to mako her realize how enormous were the sums that she was spending. Passing through the hall of the palace, she was surprised to see a vast heap of sliver pieces, resembling tho contents of a great bin of wheat, but piled up In the middle of the floor. Tho queen summoned her chamberlain. ,, "What Is the meaning of all this money?" she demanded of him. "Oh," he replied, with a low bow, "this Is merely the amount which 1 havo brought out to pay tho bill of your majesty's glovemnker." The queen colored and then laughed, and for several month she was less extravagant In her expenditures for clothes. m i ivPntl 111 ?3WIMHfpNHBflMUfKMMPM - 1 IA 1 d" Tho Kind Yott Have- Always Bought, and which has hecu. in uso for over 30 years, has horno tho elgnituro oC and has been mado under Ills pcr- sonal supervision slnco Its Infancy. pWy ', All Gountcnfelts, nro hut; Imitations and "Just-as-gooExperiments that trlilo with and endanger tho health oC Infants and Children Expcrlcnco against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Casioria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. 16 contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys AVornm and allays Fcvcrishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS (a)Tf'&&A4 The KM You Have Always Bong In Use For Over THC CCNTAUN GOHHNT, TT MURMY BTHtCT. 30 Years. NCWVORKCITY. mkb. ffarffftTuyy.-rrerci- E SUES'" LET US PRINT YOUR CARDS NOTE HEADS POST CARDS BLOTTERS PROGRAMS t ENVELOPES BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS STATEMENT HEADS CIRCULARS BOOKLETS SHIPPING TAGS LABELS STOCK FORMS CATALOGUES ORDER BLANKS ITORTGAGE'BL'AnW DEED BLANKS Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable. Let Us Submit Estimate on Your Next Work. All Work Guaranteed. host-ess- er -- x A Natural Mistake. fvj Jim m ns of tho lato William Fletcher IV eld of Boston. It was when visiting Mrs. Julia Ward Howe's daughter, Mrs. John Elliot, In Rome, that sue first met Mr. Anderson then an attache of tho American legation, Mrs. Anderson Is not only a charming? and gifted woman, but ail accomplished social leader and will do much to bring prestlgo td the American legation to Brussels, where they aro accredited. Mrs. Lloyd Bryco, whose husband is the new minister to the Netherlands, Is the granddaughter of the famous Peter Cooper and an heiress to some of his millions. Her husband la a man of literary tastes and has written a number of successful novels. Mrs. John B. Jackson, whose husband basjbeen transferred' from Cuba to the Balkans, where Mr, Jackson after totulag the navy was sent on, fovermuent mlMtfSs, Is a obarm-in- g rkUadelpbta woman. Mrs. Arthur Beaupre, whose husband has. been, ordered from the Netherlands to Cuba, to a baBdsofiie and clever wonwa from the jalddle west. Like bee husband, he ie a native of Illinois. Mrs. Rtdely Carter, wife of the )iew minister to Argentina, la well known and popular In London society, where her husband was for soma years the very popular secretary of the, American wabawiy. f" t t fre-QM- It helps headache, backache, falling day of our marriage." feelings, and femolo weakness. Try It. It will help you. Prico 11. D-18 Molly, "I was Just telling our friend here. thnt It was storming on the Sarcasm Probably Wasted. a tening to "Thais," or rather trying to talked incessantly and deadened the muslo with her shrill voice. At tho end of the opera she invited him to the next subscribers' night. "With pleasure," replied he; "I have never heard you in 'Faust.'!" do so, for bis hostess One ot tho wittiest of Parisians, in friend's box at tho opera, was lis- "Surely not, Hiram! Tho weather was perfectly lovely!" "Well, well! I don't know how I got so mixed up about it; probably becauso it's been storming ever since!" Atlanta Constitution. A in "I liavo a world or confidence Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for I success," havo used Jt wlMi ip'rfect Pools-M- d writes Mrs. M. I. Bashford, For calo by all druggists, in Children Cry THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 'Phono :Mo. "Thcro are as good flsh In tbo sea as were ever taken out of it." remarked Small to Young, who bad been refused' by Moneybag's daughter. "Yes, I know. But they aro not goldfish." Circumstances aro the rulers of the weak. They are but the instruments jf the wise, Samuel Lover. i Fith Story. CASTORI A nil FOR FLETCHER'S 22 Cannibal Cave Dwdleri. Recent discoveries in Norway ot human bones mixed with hearth nshes indicate that the cavo dwellers ot the North cape were cannibals. HARTFORD, KY. M 3 Memphis Lady Writes. Emma D. "I sufMouiphla, wnltoa: Looney, ot fered mteury for nearly oifiM years. Since taking Oardul, I am anuoa sitron; or, and I havoq't mleeod a trlngloxncal I .hardly know bow to exprcsa my gratWude." Don't worry about your syrantoras Cardui goea doopor down. What you need te otreBeth. Btaeagth will enablo jou to throw off femalo troubk and will prevoat 'the hoadach backache, dlzcinesa awl other symptor OiAt you now suffer froei. Cardui 9 hoii you get lt Momphlfl, A severe attack on sohool principal, Ohaa. B. Allen, ot fiylvante, Ga., is thus told by him. "For more than three yt&re," ha wrkee, "I suffered: in deaerlbable torture from rheuraatia, liver and stomach trouble and diseased kidneys. All remediee failed till I used EWotcio Blttere, but four this woa4erul remedy cured nw completely." Such results am blues tkem for Thoustuad ooHWJwn. a, curing atomaeh trouble, fwtwtle Wlllous-ma- a, kidney disorders, awl for w ttal!h and visor. Try Au.?n. Only We at all drug- bot-tl-ea- ot eont-ptalst- Attaoks School Principal. N . aroused Lewis Cluunblin, of Manchester, 0., (R. R. No. 2.) for their four A merciless murderer is Appendicitis child rn wre greatly subject to croup he with wany vletims, but Dr. .King's "Sonne'JnwB In severe attacks," would New Life. Pills kill H .by vrevetDUou. wrote "wo wore afraid they die, but since we provod what a cerThey geatly stimulate stomach, Uver - tain remedy Dr. King's Nw DiscovDloand bowels, prevent ln that ery la, iW0 have no fear. Wo rely on gtag'tbttt Invtea twdpedclt, curing It for croup and tor aeughs,colda or Coaatipatlon, Hadaeiie, Bllliousiu!, any throat er lung treaMe," So do m Chilta, p at all druggist. go may you thMuaaada oC ethers, Asthma, liafr Fevr, L Gfliuo.Whoop lug Oouu, Mattorrhagea fly before it, FOR FLETCHER'S SOe and ?l.W. Trial bottle troe. Sold by all druorteti.. ni Kills a Murderer. " A Fierce Night Alarm. Is tho hcar3?,start!hug cough ot a chjld BuddVnly attacked (by croup. Often it Tenn. Mrs. Buclbe' "Fult ot Lite" Northern Crmmj reputation o( jSjoraoJ Pedigreed Seed have inccewlul teed crowing behind them. It pi) a (o plant the best. Seasonable Specialties: Earliest Red Valentino Kefugee-Ea- SEEDS tra !J-- NewrStringless Wardwell'a Imp. Kidney Va U jo Buihtt Uavla New White Wax . . k.7sButieJ Currie'a Rial JToo! Wax . h jo Bmtui BUAN3 . JjjoBotW . Early.. , . 5he; Pod . Ij.70 Bushel Green PBAS Children Cry" . . . ti 50 BnsheJ JsjoBuabel New Early Grail us Horslord'a Market Garden . Jj.50 Btuliel Busbd . Buckbee'a Lightning Express fc-oLettuce. tUdlih. Tomato and a full Hue ot Seeds. Plants and Bulbs at lowest jrpwlnc f Send lor complete catalogue or submit a list (X your requirements and will quote pnee. Buy direct Irom the grower Save Momm. Write today. Mention this paper. Extra Early Alaska .... 'j CASTORI A H. W. BUCKBEE ., D-1- r Hartford republican. Bftftford. Kjr.. M vkt Oatmot mmw taurri t aH Imr lit matter o H tk wcesd retok W I 6 C. M. BARNETT, J. NEV FOSTER EDITORS BAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, .Address 4 7e r. eommuarcaUonfl aH Hartford Republican. to rtV i I ! THE McCULLOUCH LETTER. Owensboro Messenger, edited The FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. it by ,Mr. Urey Woodson, thought had discovered a great 'ttnares nest," REPUBLICAN TICKET Tuesday when It got hold tit a Ittter iwho is written by Mr. .McCulloch, ii Chairman of the Republican Finance Ior Governor, Committee for the First and EDtWlARD C. O'REAR, Eollciting Congressional Districts, of Mt. Sterling. & funds for the Republican campaign r$? Far Lieutenant Governor, Mr. McCulloch is a member of the Ll I BRISTOW, State Central Committee, elected by of Georgotqwn. the Second Congressional DistnicUind has been such member for a For Attorney General, many yeans. He has also been Chair TWOS. B. McGREGOR, man of the Finance Committee a of Beaton. number of times. JIo was not se For Auditor, Judge lected for this position by I LEONARD W. BET.HHRUM, O'Rear. Mr. McCulloch is a strong of tt. Vernon. Republican and has never yet failed Roc Treasurer, to support his ticket, altJhough he 1 HERMAN F. MONROE, was against Judge O'Rear for the nomination. The Messengefl pretends of loutevttle. to discover In this fact evidence that orotary of State, For Judge O'Rear has gone over to the A. J. OUIVER, liquor forces, jn his speech at of Bcottaville. Paducah Tuesday night Judge O'Rear for Commissioner of Agriculture, publicly instructed Mr. McCulloch not D. W. CLARK, to accept one dollar for campaign pur of Barbounrllle. poses from the distillers or any dis tiller; and also challenged the Demo I Superintendent of Public For cratic Campaign Committee to show tostraotJon, their books ten days before the elec VINSON, T. W. tion, and to have the manager for Kentucky know him to be such. When of Princeton. enterprise cf in thlfl.the "Biggest" each party, under oath, disclose ev- the kind that was over attempted in ANOTHER ever he made up his mind ito yield to For Cleric Court of Appeals, ery dollar paid in for campaign purthe solicitation of his many friends Kentucky, and to quote old Western C. B. WILSON', poses and from what source it came. to enter the campaign for tho nomlna- live Rrn Van Wrinkle. "May wa all of Williamsburg. NEWSPAPER tlon for Governor he did so without The efforts to show that Judge O'Rear long and prosper." unit reservation, and he gave the people Far Repnoaoataiive Ohio County, is not sincere on the county extreme question are ridiculous In the to understand Just where he stood and IMPORTANT TO OHIO COUNTY J. A. LiEAOH, and show to what extremities his opwhat might bo expected of hhn. He of Beaver Dam. VOTERS. ponents are compelled to go to catch Gives itslnfluence to Judge set forth a platform or declaration of Every regular, paid up a straw for evidence. With the The legislature which will be elect- For Senator, principles and he fought for thorn In whiskey people the opponents of Judge O'Rear. C. HOLAIAN, various sections of the State, and he subscriber to The Republican en on the 7th day of November 'will O'Rear have been enlarging upon his of Morgantown. won. The matB.s of his party were will receive with his paper" apportion the intense hatred of them because of be called unon to for him and fhey spoke in no uncery free, one copy of our temperance and county State of Kentucky into new Judicial Declares it Cannot and Will Not tain ton'es. his well known The Ohio county voters who desire unit views as expressed on every oc- and legislative districts. As at presBig Industrial Edition. Judge O'Rear stands for the causo Support McCreary and 1o have our representative tn the low- casion. Now, because, when hath ent districted it is known by all men of .temperance and for its promotion, any extra copies are wanted er house taken away from us and the parties haive taken practically the that His "Platform." it is most unjust and in many county joined on to Butler and Edmor same stand on the county and to .this end he bellovee that we they will cost twenty-fiv- e unit ques should have a uniform system cJiOc district tion, some distiller is suportlng him. cases amounts to absolute disfranchise a legislative or method of datonnlnimg" and permitting cents each, but we will have should vote the Democratic ticket these same people frantically rush to m&nt to the people of certain sections The Breathiitt County News, on In- the people of the Slate to determine NONE for sale Ibis fall. until after the tamreranoi peopb to try to drive of Kbe State. The state has not been dependent newspaper, has declared intoxicating I Vft hnvo them away from hhn oa that account. rediatrJcted for many years, that is a its purpose to support Judge 0KRear as to whether or not uurue- If the election could be carried on liquors shall be sold in their midst paper the writer on the doings of ipoli The people of Kentucky know where rodistrictCrg that would sitand the test and the platform upon which ho stand and he balieves that the county ehould livering and collecting. Judge O'Rear stands and they of the courts. It is true that under and gives excellent reasons why it dcians for the Louisville Tunis would not be the govurniing unit This wias the This information is intended be driven from him by any sue! the last administration of governor cannot accept Senator aicCroary have had tbeSta'e e'uction carried leng in position betook in advance of the plat tactics. for our regular subscribers, Beckham the Democratic legislature his old agft The News declares Itago. Not long ago he oven claimed form adopted by his party, and this did go through the form of redfctrlcting self as follows: that this senatorial district .was likhis party endorsed. He a'&nds for and does not apply to those OUR INDUSTRIAL EDITION. bill was pass the State, but when the ely to elect a Democrat this fall. So equal and Just .taxation; for equal and who are OUR CHOICE. With this woks Issue of The Re- ed it was nione unjust, if (possible, an represented in the our people may know iby this just ho The News can not be mid to be Just nepixsentatlon In the Kentucky edition. out of conformity to the constitution unreliable the rest of his predictions publican we take pleasure in Legislature and In Congress; for hon- to our regular subscribers a copy to such an exitent that the courts s?,t strictly a political organ, but in the jnay be. These will receive the exin elections; for campaign that is now on in ea'y and fairness of our Big Industrial Edition of Ohio It aside and we are still under the State The Democratic jarty in Ohlcj coun- county. True it appars onee week af- old apportionment. It will foe remem-bdr.- Kentucky between Judge O'lUar on abolition and prevention and punish tra copies as promised them ty ought not to have nominated a can ter it is datjd to appear, which delay especially by Ohio County peo- the ore hand and Senator McCreary ment of the legislative lclbby; for laws by our representative, year. waa attributable to same of the lper ple that unjust and unreasonable pifcO on the other, it Is unreservedly for to promote and protect the interact of dlda&e for representative this labor and laborers, and at the Eame For if they ane standing by their par- miscarrying, as flos explained in our of legislation which was enacted by O'Rear. From time to time its posiprotect and invite capital Into ty record at Frankford, they ought last weA's edition. IMPORTANT NOTICE the Democrats disfranchised us,took tion on the various phases of the cam time our' State. In other words, he stands to acknowledge that we have no night Wo nave no apology to make for away frcm us our representative in palgn will be stated and the issue as upon ton Representatvie In the lower House this industrial edition for it contains tho lower House and placed us 'in a brought iforth by the platforms of tha speaks a progressive plafifonmithat Will sell the best Patent in thunder tones for the pr.es- - Flour fox under their gerrymander, Butler more pages that was ever contained distriat comprised of Ohio, Butler and two parti-f- s will be discussed. at $4.25 per barrel, spot ent and coming generations in Kenna'iwiths'.andlng end Edmonson counties should f urn is In any edition of the kind that wo Edmonson counties,, Why are we for O'Rear and why tucky. He Speaks for them W. E. ELLIS, and Itakes cash. the representative. know of im Kentucky, outside of ed the fact that Daviess county was left agalnat McCreary? For answer we his position and the people know representoU'Vies and The Produce Man. little turn to tho public and private records tlons published In Louisville and Lex- with two where to find him. "The Republicans of Kentuckiy have Meade county iwl!h her nine thousand of ington. the two men and to the platfoitas On the not sufficient campaign funds to pro. Of course othtr hand, Mr. aicQreary Good Farm for Sale. tho ledltlon might have population was left with a representa- upon which they stand In this camvide five thouEand dollars free dinis noied for his indecision, his Jack be.n a better one, and there are some tive. Under tho prerent law it re- paign. gers and barbecues In- order to draw of intetlve and his positive iuxaining 65 Acres, on Beaver Bam quires six citizens in the Moumtain failure mistakes in it, but when it ' This promises to be the moat inltcr-eati- rg and refusal to take any artford plfe, one-ha- lf a crowd, but tjhelr candidate for gov-srn- into consideration that this Is taken counties to equal one in Meade, Mcmile stand on any ana big ediand momentous campangn In of tho issues in Kentucky until aftyr from Beaver Dam.GoQd five room Is carrying the tnue gospel home Lean or Hancock. This condition can tion with one hundred and ninety to the voters In all tairts of the State not the history of Knetucky politics and his nomkaition and until after the aouse, good out buildings, 8 acres dn ono hundred and seventy not exfat always. People will the results of tha camipalgn will mone leaders of his party had spoken. and furulfahlng food for tiholr mind, articles contains thirty pags, suffer themselves to he cheated out In wood land. Plenty & water, and for at least many days after the dred and fifty columns, twiolveoneihun of an equal voice ia the larw mak directly concern our people than that other words, he Is willing to run On fruits of all kinds. AJso will sell thous of any other in our history Judge any platform that his uffects of ithe free dinner have passed associates may horses, cattle, hogs and. farming and lines, about seventy-tw- o thous- ing body of htie State and in such an O'Rear ia personally an aggressive, choose. Just in order to be Governor, Away. For further irticninKi outrageous manner. How can a' clti-ze- a and words and nearly Uiive hundred .popular man of high and raised not his voice as JOSEPH R. 'VVILWAMS, to what it call on, of Ohio county vote to place In seventy-fiv- e Mr. Vanzant, tho Democratic Caon and thousand separate lot "M a should contain. Thane is another obTlrtlv.ar iwvm, n.j power and authority a party .which character and high purpose, and - ,rvov. .. joign chailnman Is said to bo worth tors, and that all of the type-settiman whose public and private career jection to the election of Senator Mc has shown itself willing to disfranmake-read- y, make-upress more than a million dollars. Another work, Is open as a ibook. He Is a man that Creary and a strong reason why Judge .member of the campailgn committee, folding, etc, iwas done In our o)wa of- chise every citizen of tho county in Is always found advocating fihe rights u Kear should bo elected, it must be entrench Mr. Mayo, is said to be worth at least fice, we Iteel Justified in being proud an effort to still further people; a man tbat has the remeanbencd that Senator McCreary Itaelf in ipowcr at the State capital? af his twenty millions of dollars. He opr-.at- of the edition. courage and frankness and honesty to Is now more than seventy-thre- e This Is not a political question years as and controls mono coal mines That tho thousands of copies of take a stand and flight for his people of age, and that Judge O'Rear la only jioselbly than any one man in the this Dig Edition that are being sent far as we are concerned, it apipeals and their rJgiits and tha voters of (fifty; that the one has passed beyond tarouhgout the country to all citizens alike who are In favor United States. Of course a sat of broad-cathat age at which he can bo cf snait officers elected by this, combina- will redound to the benefit of Hart- of fair p'ay and honest goyernniiant. State service of his countnynd the other ford and every town la Ohio county The constitution of 'tho State provides FROM THE TROPICS! tion ould have a gneat dual of Just (reaching maturity In years and for tho coal miners and . the wo hctvo not tho slightest doubt, and that not more han two counties shall TO HEAL experience. Mr. McCreary was elected If the enquiries which will naturally bo added together to form a li'gjUla-Uv- e jjoor, laborer. Governor of Kentucky more than iAir. district and yut In plalm viola eomo to U3 from outsiders who see liofore Judge O'Ruar became a can. this edition are x yearea go, and .be since that followed up, Ohio tion of the constitution they vote to ,JMale for guvennor, the Democratic county will time held numerous offices and has placo Ohio, ButK-- r and Edmonson In obtain new Industries and newsjojvers and members of the bar have more people boen remembered by his people. But year one district under the lalw which was before the pronounced him oa 1912 all over the State there Is a limit, a bourne beyond which! set aside by .the court and undw thu closes. Of tho gruataat and puntrt juulststho one iraiiKies and failures of human- tow ono legislative district To thoro who so ably asalbty! us pres nt Our showing of MilHnery emproduced. (No,w that uy Uto has over mna ouwajga and in the State contains many as outnumber the braces as meir jnnervst anu iiDorauty wo an exquisite fee has bocomo a oandldato for govercollection powers and poaslbilltleB of action of the extend our heartiest thanks. They ore seven counties. The voters of Ohio latest fall Hat, de nor and has been nominated by the the live wires who mado Therefore.we cannot .believe tfcat tha county will nemiombeT the terrible this wdltion gnec in the forraoet shops of the Republican party many of these fame possible, and voter of Kentucky can batm any in return we tare gvou piece of legislation, which was voted East. Prices reasonable and sati-- V pap& are dcsiounckig him as to be penpotuated on them when Wiw , daunt as to thair duty, anydouht them a far ibattwr paper than m to wo -- eat and insincere. Why this change? promJisod, the claci'ce of lamm, and Umt but not faction guaranteed. for at iflret wo oxfpectod a go to the polls on the 7th day of No- ( IlMtheJudgeclianiged.orltls Ucauso Blxteea peg paper JHsUiCrdrM least any doubt as to h sua and There is a cordial invito ti Bnri lDUd one of vemhar. , tie is staiulkig In the way of the ipollt. thirty Im Central America iuav niUvuua candidate bust abln n umk b wv beautiful show of Millinery pages, which required twenty-eigfor Daviess County Fair, Owensboro gstherlagthasMdsof this plant, Cedroa Pie of Kentucky ia this PKWeaalva every ical mirations of someone? hundred pound nearly one iaay m this sectie, Re- d, rare medicine that baa valuaM ' and exoetiag age. ' . tons of flee book pa October 4th-7t1911. Ormlzod lbor will not forget that and ono-ha- lf .,....., u jjvnoii, gm jw arug aiotM myao9v tne day Sept. 30. f .lie Danocratio State Convention, lter to print For this occasion the L. & iN. iwlil earry this sssd,owiBg to the highest whleh met for the eole purpose afdo-- Well, here's success to the Big Edi- Bull round trip excursion falatouto at vi ibb roie. Thla country U a lareaf .olarteg a set of prlnolples, igaored tion, and herols suecees and prosperi 11.60, dates of Bale October 4th, 6th, at : this ooatly teed bMHH Ittausuw ty to every one of the prognewlne Oth and 7th. Return Mnitt FIR FLETCHER'S eatw. ia(e iuue i a ooranuwee irom juiaviii rwjU8lD R plaak condMmalng Coo nwu and uionia who are rpren4fd 9th. Mam Street ll.' B. M1SCMKB, sold the world yr. Ky. racx.acz'Kozrsa. JSouarlx 3Ut ,T3Tlrtl.. .40. .22. et tai exhwdon on from tfco IXaweratfc; ncwlses d Imto faSM tMs rttojtet but ieek fchoy fmmni roDlUoi the Betwocnfc'Jc party of tha state for Its faUnro to rospowl to rplat-for- m the'T demand. The coualns a plank condemning Co.vrtct Contract Labor and it mag plac-ath re without any request from organized labor whatover. It ought not to ba difficult for the laboring people their to datermltw where to cast voters November 7th. hm UreMt4 t rew Imbmr. w tin 4 : of &rAntm-- fho kfcor kt IHHJiHtitll OF Mrr4fii"fo i? i? i? i? FALL OPENING! THEif? , &nd Latest in Millinery Friday, Sept. 29, 1911. YOUR PRESENCE WILL BE APPRECIATED. ;- i? if? i i? grt if? if? f. if? if? if? if? i? i? E. P. BARNES - a BROS. i? i? i? i? BEAVER DAM, KY. y? i i if? if? i? &$?ft&&&&i?$?r$?r$?irrkirti?ir,k 'i? .ir?rj:.l i? i? i? i? Important Information to-da- If FTrTwnT viiiliulliJi, j d, 8tf or n wide-awak- e, t.-- p, es Formal Opening of AUTUMN st I Millinerylgi ty-si- I, IP. 11 . SPIsiitlM ht b, Chlldrsan Cry" MISS POPPIE A, C ASTORIA O NAIL Hartford, Tasaps 5U -- c Hartford Republican. e Ky-- ". allHilline Qjpeniiife Ik 4k FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. Wtev.ir MlnolsCentralRallroad Table. At Beaver Dam Ky. Mo. 13! dun Time Mr. Cortez X. Dean, of Sunnydale, Is qulOa 111 of concur. Now Sorghum In Jugs, 60s rJT gallon W. 11. Maono & Son- Little M!fi3 Kennedy Col!4n3, (who has be-- n ciu'to sick, ta Improving, The Sihro'ter Floating Studio will kave Saturday for points on Or&.m River, ' BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE ROYAL All kind of typewriter paper and North Bound. :0Sani. m. So,132duel2.S8p. o.l03dae!:48p.m. No.121 rtull:S5 n.ra. So. 101 doe 2.48 p.m. No. 1S1 doe 8 65 p. ro Nonlli Hontul. We Extend 1s - 1 FALL OPENING t. I'M ' f . r ' Schrootcr's Floating Studio will not BANK CLOSED AND L. && N. time1 card cffectlvo Monday bo hero alter Sept. 27. jf you iwant CITIZEN WRITES ABOUT 21st. plotuftjs made, better "DO IT good Aug. CITY COUNCIL ELECTION THE CASHIER DIES No. 112 North Bound duo 7:19 a. m. NOW." dally except Sunday. Mr. Janus T. Davis, of near No. 114 North Bound duo 3:40 p. m. is attending the annual conSuggests for Welfare of Hartford dally except Sunday. ference of the M. E. church, South, James Coffey Passes Away 115 South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. at Greenville, thi!s weak. No. That "Citizens Ticket" be dally except Sunday. Millinery of Few Hours After InstituThe Fall Opening No. 113 South Bound duo 1:46 p m. and other goods will Elected. seasonable, dally except Sunday. tion Quits. occur at Barnard .& Co.'s next "SaH. B. MISCHKB Agt. turday. Be sura to attend Hartford, Ky., Sept, 26, 1911. prices on Patent Editor. Hartford Republican, Get our cut-rat- o Columbia, Ky., Soirteiinber 23. Tho Prescriptions befono All kinds of printing done at The 'Medicines and D.ur Sir: Noting In your editorial Citizens Bank of this phvce hasclosvjcl can. eavo you going oleawhero. Wo Republican office. of last week, that a now city Its doors until (tho books of th inmoney. council is to be elected this coming stitution can be adjustedand Caahter irvlngton Flour. Exclusive sale of etC OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. November; being a citizen and taxW. H. MOORE & SON. lOtf Coffey died .this morning at 1 of payer of Hartford and interested In Joseph Mr. and Airs, a, v. luiwan, o'clock. Tihn Scrtnrv of State has at Heflin, havo gone to Ray, Colorado, Fall Opening of New Millinery her welfare, 1 am going to beg Itiwo Qosing ot u Barnard & Co.'s Saturday. several f you to spare me a few lines in beon where they will visit for mjo,,. lt iB statod ihat bU to weeks. They will also spend several your paper, that I may say a few d)osItors iWlU ,bo pnM MrsT Mattle Barrett paid The Re mL j. . days in Beaver. words concerning the elootion of a young Wffl9 prcsldM1)t oX pleasant call, publican office a bank. Visit .the Jxg MllUnery Opening at City COUnciL ciE.nnft. Kn TK nlti ......i. In all cities cf any size and importance further statement of tho affairs of & Co.'s next Saturday. .MIS9 Fresh and Cured iHams, Lard, &c., Barnard Wright will be ready to show you the citizens are, 1 am proud to my thJ bank )boon lssucU( experi-ience- d always on hand. all the latest and most attractive laying aside party .prejudice and noUtl, Mr Coffey tonmer ca9bIar, iffcrt W. H. MOORE & SON. lOtf cal strife and uniting on a. "citizen's about x designs In fall hoadwear. 1 (j, manning. Ho Iml Just received a barrel of iHlnes' Dill sale tlckvt," composed of the fonamcet and hem in m httUh or BUVerfll months, There is a special AT COST Pickles. Fine! re- of best men of the respective cKy, now going on at the drug store SOTenty ytare old. Ho "was and W. H. .MOORE & SON. lOtf Co., Manager gardless of party affiliation. I am one ttf thQ bQgt kwmn m.n lu Drug Hartford the ihi3 Flour, Nofslnger says he can't sing, Meal and Brands Best hut glad to see this coming t paoss. I comlnIlnltv. tt nromlnont mjmbcr ot CreFamily Groceries, &c'., at can sll you good3 mighty cheap. lOt am glad to see tho people of a city tho Prosbjlterjarl church, and is aur-nave trneir city mow to iwant man xly&a by a daughter and three sons, W. H. MOORE & SON. lOtf Mr. and Mra. John B. Wilson, Dr. their political party. It means pro-'otWedis assat. Marriage license were issued of wbj0an w A and Mrs. J. K. Plrtla and iMr. T. R. nesday to Mies Annie Bell, 33, to B. Barnard attended the State Conven- gress and growth to ,tflio city, ant CMMor of ihfa citiz,enB haulx.ctvair- carauittiten Ul0 ,u.publican T. Tayior, of Taylor Mines. at Now why can't wo citizens of tho'laim tion cf tho Knights of Pythias good old town ot Hartford follovthe to Lexington, ithis week. of Adair and 1IastRlJ. coanmtoion Miss Martina Bennett has gone examples of our sister cities and un- - OIrouJt Anctlher ls John it. Oregon, where she has acMilton, Mr. L. A. Pato and family and Ite on one good Ucfet composed of CflffQJ ft wdl knOTn hoj1ge Qnd muUs Money. cepted a position in Columbia College Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Pate, of Sdaser, House the representative men of our good GeorH0 oofey,. your 111., are visiting relatives in this town, regardless of politics or reli- - trader and a mrd Lot The Republican print Sularvlsor of oolumbia. calling cards. Wo can county, and 'will visit Mr. and Mrs. gion.' wny visiting and cant wo get out a citi furnish you with a plain or engraved A. E. Pato next weak. zens tloket and sav? a political tur Farm for Sale. card. J. F. Caseblor & Co., Funeral Dl- - moil? Why can't we all unite for" 101 2 Acres ot farm alnd, C D. Mur' nectors and Embalmers. All calls uie saKe 01 our iown. anu community; Miss Hallle Cash and Mr. E. ml,e of Dundee, Ky. Dwelling, ham hero promptly and carefully attended .to, I am sure that there is not a man. pliy, of Dundee, were married tor. Nlc ftnd oufc bul(llngg. Go0(i yesterday afternoon by Judge Wed- - day or night. Both telephones. woman or child incor- Ubln tho lwd UnL T(enng 1xison7i3i0, Apnlj Beaver Dam, Ky. tf ding. porate ltoijts but ,what wants to to C. F. HARTFORD, his The Ropublicon has jusit pncited and aw iiuu tunji iuw uiiu i;uni tu uud p.. Mr. Leslie Hoover has sold Allensvllle, Ky. restaurant on Main strecit to Mr. Silo d.Oivored 5jOOO large page bills for front as one of tho leading cltits of. Taylor, and he has tak'en charge of tho 'New York Store, and their Im Western Kentucky. ' mense advertlsiement will bo found Now thtn, Friends and Neighbors, the business. lot us not bo Democrats or Republican! . M'fki. Hartford Tent No. O'J, K. O. T. on another jvago of ittia edition. Monday or Socialiais or of any other political Miss Gnaoe Tappan left M., will give a banquet for the mom-ber- s, Thursday night, October 5, 1911. for Madlsonvllle, where she will vis- faith whtn it conies to selecting a it her brother, Dr. M. II. Tappan for council, buit let us be citizens and at the lodge, room. a iww eup- - a few days, after which she will re- loyal adhran,tH of Har'ford and kt We have just received City. us nominato and elect a good clean of typewriter ribbons for Smith-l'jemle- r, turn to her home o,t Central The She has boen visiting Dr. and Mrs. "Citla ji's Ticket" composed of men 2, tyipuwrdters. No. J. B. Taiwan, of this city, for several that we know will well represent us, Hartioru uopumican. whether 1hey be Dtiwocnats, Republidays. ilrs. Lula Coppage, of Leitchfield, The many friends, and especially cans, or anything eJse, returned homo iMondoy aTter spendAssuring you of my hearty &uport Allison ing a few days hero with her daugh- tho baswball fans, cf Mr. of just sueh a t'etet and a 1th a liral plea t Barnttt, who is Senior student at t8 ter, Mrs. Otto C aiartin. Training School, will bo glad that we all gut together and work .When you need drugs of any kind general shoulder to shoulder for tho J to learn tliat he has been please dont forgot THE OHIO OOUN-TV- if President of the Athl.tic Associaition welfare of tho city that we all Jova DRUG CO., has tho quality and s, so well and that we want to Gtf and Captain elf the football team at the prlco is right also, 1 btg to ndnialn, ATCHES are not made to Ke that school. thrown and tossed about. A Sincerely Yours, Neat stationery, like well dressed cannot An unoccupied man be watch is a delicate niece of show windows, are an Index to you A CITIZEN AND mechanism and jolts and jars dehappy nor can one 'wlho Is impropand your business. Let Tho Hartford stroy its time accuracy. Watches erly occupied. Wo have swanm of Senator Oliver Here. Republican do your .printing. purchased from mail order conidlers among us, that is mien whoipur-su- e Senator A. J. Oliver, of Allen couu- - i cerns are thrown about by Mail Miss Elsie Matthews has returned no us iful occupation, amd sponge ty, Republican Clerks as if they were so much junk. nominee for Becruta-r- y to her home at Hamilton, Ohio oft.r thsir vay, otton enjoying the luxuries ot State, .was 4n Btoivtir Dam and No matter what the price is, m Mill a two weeks visit in this city with at life, living upon the hard earnings Order Watch, is not worth its. Hartford Tuesday mingling with 'Jha hoi-- father, Mr. Heber MfttthJdwsi price when delivered. Don't talus We take pleasure in announcing to the people o Mr. O. T. O'Banmon left yttend:ay of others. In this grand and glorious voters. Ho tipoko at MtoHeiww-- that Buy a Waltham of u chancet. country no one need bo without an we will guarantee satisfaction. night and at Fordsvillo Wedneiaday we have for Jackson, Ky., where lve is engag- hononaibla occupation. Rockport and surrounding communities afternoon. He is a torooful Breaker ed in the cross itlo busdns for a largo you know or hoar of an interest- and well acquainted wllth State issues. te firm. He also has an office at Burks- - Jf Harrel Bros., new, complete line of opened ing ttcfln in the community, make It a Senator OMvier Is very, optimlatic ovville, Ky. Optlolntn Millinery, consisting of all the new styles, shapes point to sea that It finds a place iix er ithe outlook for the eldotian of Just to seo whether the people The Hartford Republican. We should the Republican Uckxtt this fall. HARTFORD. KY. novelties, both foreign and domestic. appreciate such a thing or not, the much appn-xlaityour effort and will and te Hartford Drug Co. ls now selllngg send our reporter to ascertain or veriour line will be of benefit to you before goods at COST for 15 days. This fy any locking points. Anything which " A lopi V notions, and Includes prescriptions, to nowe service making your purchase. The public cordially invited everything usually carried In a first- - tends paperhrlghten It the so much more makes of lOtf of a class draur store. value to tho community, and 'tho subanu see W The meeting of the Baptist Sunday scribers are tho oius mostly ibenofltt-o- d thereby. School Union .with Clear Run church One lot good light Brooms, regular 25c and 35c vallaeit Tuesday was very Weill attendues, closing out price, each Notice. ed by tho workters of the ohuroh and coinanunity. Thwe Schools representAll persons having claims against ed by anossengcirs and ono by letter. tho estato of O. J. Bean dewas ceased, are hereby notified to (present C. D. Ghlok, of Beaver Dam, Fifty-poun- d bags Salt, 35c each. Only a few of tloatttl- - Prosidenit and W. M. Faiir.of them proneriy proven to the underthese left. Ilanbfccd, Soxaietary and Trurer. signed in Hartford, Ky. on or ibororo Setting up time is drawing near, Oot. 15, 1911, or they will Ibo barrid. and it you with to collect your bills Also oil persons indebted to said esprinted. tate are requested to make payment easily got your bill heads ' work is neatly and and sajvo cost. This class cf of10 U Republican cheaply done at The J. E. and II. B. BEAN. Administrators. fice. We bay,e In atock dlffdivnt sizes and shapra of bill heads and state-moot- s. oo Ready-to-we- ar is Our commercial printing TO THE FARMERS HOTEL BATH HOUSE neat, correct and in accordance with is prevailing styles. "The best Jones' Puro Animal Matter the tha cheapest." Five Mineral Wells .'. Fertilizers, manufactured by New Building The laWal eivteitelncneM of the! Jonee' Largo, Cool Rooms. .'. Shady Yard . Fertilizer Co. Louis Hartfoixl College Lyoeum: Course will next ville, Ky. Have on hand a be ;twld at tbe opm ihoiwa MODERN STEAM AND MINERAL BATH HOUS Tuesday eveariog, wihn Capt. R. P. car-loa-d. Also 10 tons of Uobson .will Woture, Copt Hobcon is Baths gsven by Hot Springs Attendants. a noted speaker, a ploawant utr-teln- pure Bone Meal. Will ap and dr&wa InHnoweo crqvAte. preciate your patronage J. 1. PHILLIPS, Proprietor. TopuUr puioes for wh aUkaiinnient, W. E. ELLIS, dawson springs, ky. rates: 7 to $10 per aveek. or a ssasoa tfckt oaa ib kmA for to the Ladies of Ohio County a Cordial Invitation to Attend our M. H. & 4 E. Railroad Time Table carbon paper can bo had at Tho Hartford R'ubWcan office. If you need anything In tho drug Hartford store line, remember the at Drug Co. store Is now selling COST. 10tf at Hartford, Ky. Saturday, September 30. bring your friends and Remember it Pays to Trade with a that saves you FALL MILLINERY OPENING Sun-nydal- a ., Mrs. Sallie Bowden, an Milliner, is in charge this season. She will be delighted to meet you and show the latest mations in Headwear. Be on hand, le ! fj Ji&l&Ga strt one-haL- iuu' f Tby aI W iM Van-dorbil- M11HERY that All eV.-cto- rro-givs- TAX-PAVD- R. at a up-to-da- J. B. TJTFFJTSl Jewolor id up-to-da- at is can u. OPENING SEPTEMBER 15 cents 28, 29 (Si 30. I HARTFORD GROCERY COMPANY. Hats Now Sale. PHILLIPS MISSES .. Davis h Cain ar ;2.0C. 8ft The Produce Man f f ' Many Unknown Regions. On any map of the entire world It 1 CHEAT BATTLE IS ON FOR THE 1 HffllLTT 4 2 First Fight In the Republican Organization in six teen Years. OF PHIUDELPHIA Penrose's Leadership and His Seat In the Senate Are Imperiled. aretrtt Cwtrt T. F. Birthead, iBen D. Attrnyi W. P. MldklM. Jailer: B. a. Bwitmm, ClerK; F. U rali Law Attorney , ly, Master Cemmlator; It. T. Collin, TruelM Jury Fund; T. II. Black, SherHARTFORD, KY. iff, Hartford. Dm(la 8. O. Kpotmi art McCALX. PATTERNS Lon Black. Court convene flrat Mon- WH1 Kctlce hi proteska to thla l fit, Implldtjr in4 C!br-tcifor'ityle, prft reliability nearly 40 years. Sold In nearly day In February and continues three aad adjoining counties. Coawsereltil Moderation. every city and town In the. United Slates and weeki; third Monday In April, two weeks and Oimlwil PracUce a SpecialtyCanadi, cr by mall direct. More told than Do nothing that you know will hurt cond Monday In June, three weeks; any other make. Send for free catalogue. you nnd when you do what Is benefithird Monday In October two weeks. cial do It In moderation. Euripides McCALL'S MAGAZINE any other fahten County Court. It. K. Wedding, Judge; than More tnbtcrlbers C. E,8mii;b C. U. HmSKTT a month. Invaluable. LaU W. S. Tlnsley, Clerk, C. li. Smith, At"Moderation Is the noblest declared: mtjaalne million eat ttylea, pattern, dretamaltlae, aallHnery, gift of heaven." first '"' plain aenlnfr,Iancy needlework, halrdreaalng', torney, Hartford. Court convenes known regions, since many of them are comparatively small. A map showing every section of the earth's surfaco as yet unmapped would be dotted with thousands ot such areas. Is Impossible to Indicate all the Directory y ! fit . J'MWJ"MWX2 un- 3&LJ W&J nin, Jtd! Otto C. Martin at - '" of Iho Icepuolican In tho city and p United States are nt stake in tlio battle for tho nomination for mayor of Philadelphia to be decided at the primaries on Sept. 30. This is the first time in sixteen ycare that thero has been a fight within tho organization. The Quaker City elects a mayor jcvery four years, and under tho charter bo is practically n czar. Ho controls tho police, firemen, public works, contracts and immense patronage, jtfotbing is valid without his signature. William S. Vare and George II. Earle, Vara Jr, are tho rival candidates. register Jbolda tho lucrative offlco of 1BADERSHIP scna-torshl- i .TJbotO of Varo by American Press Association. VABE (AEOVE) AND CARLE. Of deeds. His brother Ed has tho con--tra- ct for collecting tho city's ashes nnd xefuse, which costs the city $1,800,000 a year, nnd other contracts of a million or bo annually. Karlo is a banker who has mude millions by his work in rescuing largo institutions from bankruptcy. Boles Penrose. United States senator, chairman of the finance committee of the senate and leader of the Repub-Jlca- n party in that body, is back of Earle's candidacy. 'With Penrose Is James P. McJClchol, who has hnd about $30,000,000 In city contracts In tho past ten years, according to the olflclal records. Mayor John B. Rejourn is with Vare. Reyburn was originally put In office by tho machine, but ho broke with McNlchol about six months ugo. Should Varo bo returned tho winner the machinery will be set In order to tinborso Tenroso and elect Iteyburn to the United States sennto when Pen- rose's term expires In 1015. Guns Trained on Reyburn. .Iteyburn is regarded as an exemplary man. Ills father left $3,000,000 In trust for him, and ho receives the from tho fund, no married Judge Crozlcr's daughter, and Brigadier General Crozler, chief of ord-jinne- e, free Tear (worth double), Extreme Fineness of Pores. Subscribe today, or aend for aampls copy. A grain of fine sand would cover WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents. Fostal brings premium catalogue one hundred of tho mlnuto scales of andnewcaahprlaeoflera. Address opportunity in be- the human skin, and yet each of these THE McCAIl CO. JM 10 Me W. 371 SI. NEW YOSI things. IIo sees tho huning mayor of Philadelphia, and that is scales In turn covers from three why ho seeks tho offlco. In politics dred to five hundred pores. ho votes tho Republican ticket. IIo is ever nctivo nnd spends his leisure walking or riding in tho country and HAVE YOUR SUITS with his books at night. IIo has a post a go stamp collection, a coin collection, another of legal prints nnd a library of rare volumes. W.H.& J. F.GILLESPIE years old and Mr. Earlo is flfty-flv- o IIo is tall, broad looks forty-fivProprietors , and Dye- shouldered and athletic. IIo formerly ing was an oarsman and is a baseball "fan." IIo is n lover of good music Ladies given IIo is devoted to his family, which inseven children. cludes Vare's Rise In Life. and Mr. Varo was born on Dec. 21, 1S07. AND REPAIR WORK IIo started work as a cashboy In a department store. Later ho was in Work called the business of huckstering, and finally I he turned to real estate speculation, at which ho made his millions. From tho $1.00 Club time bo cast his first voto ho has taken nn active' interest in politics. Tho wards which tho Varcs control may bo usually depended upon to turn In a Hartford Pressing Blifb. majority of some 40,000 for tho ticket N they support Y. 31. C. A. JJLDO., Varo has held tho offlco of register HARTFORD, KY. of deeds for two terms and has mado Under his a record for efllclency. management It has become possible to have a deed or a mortgage transcribed in a week's time, whereas previously it required from threo to six weeks or even longer. IIo is married and has threo daughters, aged thirteen, eight and flvo years, respectively. Ills recreations arc walking and horseback riding. IIo also devotes some of his time giving practical talks in tho public schools. If Vnro should bo nominated Penrose nnd his adherents may put an independent ticket in the field. Prompt Attention and Good Service. The Keystone Candidates. "While, of course, chief Interest centers in the Republican candidato, thero TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, i3 a contest for tho Keystono party nomination. Tho choice lies between Rudolph Blankenburg, a noted reformer, and D. Clarence Glbboney, celebratwj ed as a law and order advocate. Tho Keystoncrs were the second party in strength in tho gubernatorial election in 1910, far outstripping tho Democrats. Tho Keystono party may provo a dangerous factor in the general elec tion in November, no matter which Republican, Earlo or Vare, is nominated. As John IC Tcner, Republican, was elected governor last year by only 40,000 tho defeated Republican mayorGood Horses and Vehicles. Courteous Treatment to alty candidate's friends may make the all. Transfer meets all trains. Keystone candidate tho winner. Blankenburg has been the Idol of reform movements for a generation. lie was born in Germany, tho son of a clergyman, was educated thero and came to America when ho wns twenty- - etiquette, rood atoriea, etc. Only including a B0 centa pattern. Monday In each month. GILLESPIE BROS. day In October. Other County Officer C, S. Moxfiey, Fordsvlllff, Ky.; IL F. V. Surveyor, No. 2; Bernard Felix .Assessor, Hartford, Ky., n. if. D. No, 2; Henry Leach, Superintendent, Dr. A. B. Hartford; lliiey, Coroner, Hartford. ' August and November, Court of Claims Convene Quarterly Quatterly Court Begins on the fourth Monday In February, May, first Tues January and first Tuesday In barnett & smith, Attokneys at Law, e. HARTFORD, - KY. Ulll practice their profession In all th courts of Ohio and adjoining coi - , ties and Court of Appeals. Sp U atrusted tention given to all businr to their care. Collections oi,u the Practice ot Criminal and Real Estate ivr -- Cleaned I Pressed JUSTICES COURTS. March, Tuesday af3rd Monday 0ter3rd Monday InIn June, Tuesday after ter 3rd Monday In September, O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afte 3rd Monday in March, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in June, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday Specialties. lng. Offlco In Republican IxUld Tuesday after e. BlffiMITjg Repairing neatly done. work special attention. Hats Cleaned Repaired. delivered. month. FRANK L. FELIX, I I Horseshoeing a Specialty. till found lit . tn1.t.ni.t .. f luaj Ullt'l ivuvvir, vavt lUUlVJIl 2rd Mnnrlnv in Ji.ti. tfrlrli-i-lilUtt ff a llllCTl -vu uvv vtu ..( wuuuttjr m ccpiuiiuvr, r rjuuy a tier sru Monday In December. J. C. Jackeon. Centertown, Saturday after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday at ter 3rd Monday in June, Saturday after 3rd Monday In September, Saturday af- w 1nh wilt CI VIU tflUUUUJ 11 XX x. luuca, iff. 4UWI.ua m. JJClUUlUVi. Attorney at Law,y&;7 HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In Ohls and adjoining counties and in, the Court I of Appeals. Criminal practice and ColO lections a Specialty. Office In the Her aid building. A ' I . ,t vi u luuiiua in uecciiiDer. rate per 2nd Monday In PTebruary, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd Hartford, - Ky. y JAMES & HEFLIN Centertown, Kentucky. First Class Laverymatti Monday In November. Thnmna QnndniB nimA. xrr-- i ..! ..... M.uvao, uiiucc, after the second Monday In vcuiit!auuy February. .uunuay , """ ... " uu.wiujiua in in .uay, u Wednesday after 2nd Monday in August, November. orasviue, ,V aJ"es,In February, Thursday after 2nd Monday Thursday ufter 2nd Monday in May1, Thursday after 3rd Monday in August, Thursday after 2nd Monday in November. J. L. Patton, Halph, Friday after 2nd Monday In February, Friday after 2nd Monday in May, Friday after 3rd Mon- x" day In November. twuu aner znu MonHARTFORD POLICE COURT. uuSo, Attorney; Sam Riley. u. u. i,iKens,i;ity Marshal; Court convenes second Monday in each month. Rr' T tS01"?8' C,ekA S- - K- - Coi- - TreasI d . . w t i of Council,.. T. R. fr-- A E.ny; e. p. Mo0re.r' ...."'.' Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Also Notary Public. Office over First National YANCYL.MOSLEY, Bank. JOHN B. WILSON COAS. M. CROWB .c, WILSON & CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD, - KY. Bar-nur- Will practice their profession In all 'enn. Secretary, c M.chairman; the courts of Ohio and adjoining counBarnett, nnd Dr. E. B. Pendleton. ties, and in tho Court of Appeals. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Special attention given to criminal M. D. Church ces monrlnj; and evening every first and third Sun- - practice and to collections. Offioa orT OaV in Mh mnnth CH.i-- .. Main St., opposite Court House. a. m. Prayer meeting every Wcdnes- v. virgu uigin rastor. ii;(iTm.' ces Church-Servievery Sunday mornine ana evening. Sunday School .45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Io.. 1 "r .J pastof. Christian Church Services every fourth U a' m- - Snd 7 P- - '" Sunday ,, v nt & q "n Ui"i""-T?J'.B- - Alnsiey South-Servi- c- -i V.-.- "'""' J. NEY FOSTER" Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. All F. M. ALLEN la,ya4 pSStor. C. P" m' each month at 11 Sunday Scool 9:45. SECRET P. Church-Servi- ces W' B WrlKht first Sunday In a. m. and 7 p. in. Ohio County SOCIETIES. tion. PENSION Hartford Lodge No. C75. P. & A. M.. meets first and third Monday night iii SPECIALTY. each month. Owen Hunter, W. M., L. P. Foreman Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. 110. R. A. meets every third Saturday night M.. otto c. hi T- - More High Pi wChcnJ?,nU; lest; Tlnsley, JoJin Matters Given Prompt AttenAFFIDAVITS A luirm S. 1 SIcKEX.NEY The Hartford Republican Secretary. no. St, O. S., meets second and fourth Monday E. even- t&imii.8, & Anderson, AV. M. Miss Secretary. Rough River Lodge No. UO, Knights of Pythias, meets every Tuesday night. TaPPan. C. C, J. Ney Foster. K. J. S1 & b. or r. Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M meets every first and third Thursday night R. D. Walker, Commander; L. P. "'uru Martin & McKenney Hartford, Ky. General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK Business Building Bureau IS your business sick? -- have more trade? Is there anything worrying you in connection with the growth of your business? Do you think you should Foreman, Record Keeper. Sunshine Hive No. 42. L. O. T. M., meets every first nnd third Friday night In each month. Mrs. Attyo Grlffin.Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Carpenters and Joiners local No. 1881, meets 1st Saturday night in each month. Noah Skaggs, Pres.; w. D. Luce, Sec- Acme Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. F., meets and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. WE HAVE THE REMEDY 8evvBflBSBSSSSSSaKV. iuurui rriaay In each month. W. R. Hedrick Noble Grand v.. M. Barnelt Secretary. Ohio Tribe No. 1SS, Imp. Order Rod s!eJ1.,im,e.et? seco,1"1 and fourth in each month. James C. "e"' bachem. A. E. Pate, Chief Ben of ..w..u uu mgnt , - 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 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 difficulties the same kind of solution that has made success for thosands in the same positions as yourself. We have retained ?aitford Camp, W. O. W. No. 202 Con- ""ms ",u,ams; W! C. Hvatlacc.' Preston Morton Post No. 4, G. A. R.. cle' Ash-Ad- lh"i'UJSSUAlf,lr Saturday befori jt f?H Mtn.:MJ?3ay ' each month. Commander; J. M. Rogers, A. S. "of B. Nailonal Officers; " Electric Bitters Succeed when evejythlng else falls. In nervoua prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. ' It may be that a new style 4 of advertising will make a difference in your business. Possibly a certain kind of advertising folder that has brought success to others is what you need. dow dressing may be what will bring you the success you lack. A Some scheme of a novel kind that will bring the money pouring into your money drawer is possible. d&ofisrd?8""-- 8' VadntjfWo0"8' '"""' h KV- in- - FOR KIDNEYiLIVERAND STOMACH ROUBLE is the best medicine ever m!4 over a druggist's' counter. State Officers: Af. Froman, Carroll county, Pres. "cimorson county vice President" " MT S. B. Robertson, McLean county, Sec- - It xco ! Is lis brother-in-lawIs tipon Iloyburn that tho Pen- machine is directing Its big guns. . is being charged extravagances in financial trans- actions and in other ways, and a legls- Vlatlvo committee has undertaken an investigation. By way of retaliation .JJeyburn has removed tbrco heads of city departments for "disloyalty to .lbe administration." Jt was a surpriso when Penrose announced Earle as the candidato of tho .Machine. Ills attack on tho American Sugar Refining company in tho United w.-- . M ..V VU.H ntrn IIUVU fcn jl'--tUtiorn rnurta ttrn vitnm MAW, iiThan WO tCpeueu tno return or tho snacks- Wtjmxon sugar refinery to its bondhold- i and tho payment to them of a vast of money. Is still fresh In tho ,rbllc memory. , Earl a Reformer. JSarle is a reformer. Ills father was MW of the beads of tho Reform club f0t Philadelphia. lie is a forceful and LreteWe writer and speaker. In his ne nas aenouueeu fApjgn auuresses system. It la not be- that if elected bo would favor Ptsroee, McNkboI or any one else Hk patronage, but would be a, bust- mayor. JU cneumiinj fu&MUea la tq dq, big Bis administration particular method of win- 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-bl- e. Photos by American Press Association, i IT EETBCHN (ABOVE) AND rESBOBE. two years old. no becamo a manufacturer and importer ten years later, mado a fortune and is now retired. Uo Is interested in philanthropic work and has been identified with various public years benefactions. IIo is sixty-eigold. Haw to conduct a special sale, made sucess in similiar circumor sales, may possibly by the stances may be indicated in shortest way out of your woryour business. ries. But whatever it is, send the fullest particulars of your troubles to this department and let Dundas Henderson help you FREE Special salesmanship that has : : u,ny' Blale Organizer. nS. Alle?l, "enry county, and Lat-tl- o county, Assistant state organizers. f Board of Directors. Ben Watson, War-re- n county; C. M. Barnett, Ohio coun- TT Tlrnntra Tlfnnlrn. IV! A. t ti If ??y'i IIard,n county, and J. h Voss, -- .uilitliutll, VVUIIIJ, Ohio County Officers; U sj5.vn. Prta.. Beaver Dam.Ky. Henry Pirtie, Sec. Hartford, Ky. D. Ford. Treas., Hartford, Ky. COUNTrtoARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach. Chairman, Hartford.Ky. L L. B. Tlchenor, Hartford, It. F. D. No. 5. 2. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. S. Patterson, Olatou, Ky. 4. B L. Alford. White Run. Ky. B. Richard Plumer, Taylor Mlnw,Ky. . J. L. Brown, Rockpert. Ky, SEEDS r I I UCKMCSMBMSUCCIH!.! ..... UM Frtie CollMdiM !"4,MTKifiietti-- i Utb8BT1lIlnad0.ki,ltl6MTMt. H trt.fSt.ri.( ll.lW-- 4 TVTtilM ta SlL 1 to-da- SPECIAL OFPEI r Illicit. kmllJ Ka BI.u." 1 rUI xu' Ult mi MI MmUHt nuumtr. t y Write t. Mention thh Ptptf. MMAMMMAAAWVAAAAWWWt ,SEN110 -- CENTS .."." m rzxrsrzziz?vzzjrm - m . ..ii.m I " j.w.-haHmm- TKCj:rc:-rw:V!,v- .. , " i , imk This costs you nothing and may help you to make a foi tune r4 Glbboney believes in practical politics, but clean politics. lie went to Philadelphia front Iowa to study pharmacy, but drifted into the work of the Law and Order society, engaged la the suppression of vice. lie did effective work in fighting agalBst open saloons, lie la forty-fiv- e years, old. The Democrats of Philadelphia do not poll over 82,000 votes In a total of 270,000. Write today confidential-addre- ss M Furtherparticulars of our offer may be obtained on application to this office. All communications absolutely ftWOl ( fftttTZr je tinesx 1 pQStTmNS' WUNTIFUL THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Business Builrfiitrf Bureau. . cAwf' ' 1 1 i At the election not only a mayor la fer eight ether Important pad lucrative ofltees. to be chosen, but utea Hartford. Kentucky. &Gr&,& '&&,OrWrfi 1 1 For Sale twin Frw iuItIcq, how to obtain patenta, trade tuufct 1 I ffprrlhlfl, tS- - m ALL COUNTRICS Jlmhess direct Uk Washington saves tlmtA money ana rjten me patent, Patent sod Infringement Practice ExcluilVcW, Wrlto or com to us it VwXUA BUt 710 lUfcth Strwt, Paint Ofio, (WEAR'S LIFE IS INTERESTING Worka Up From Bottom to sition of Success. Po- PgOCUmiD AND OErCNOED.,BennSeUl orpliotxtoreiwrtwvrcli fcnI frf report. I Real Estate! 60 AcrcB of the finest Rough rivet bottom land located three miles west of Hartford. About 20 acres In cultl vatlon. Good dwelling nnd out build Ings. A bargain for $1,250. h : nnuninuiwni rw u A WlP&. fur IiUilM Judge Ed. 0. O'Rear, tho Republican candldato for Governor, is forty-eigWo have 4C0 acres of fine bottom years old, or a quarter of a cenland from one and a half to two tury (25 years) younger than his Demmiles of Hartford, part of It with ocratic opponent, Mr. McCreary, who . ' timber. Also about 75 acres of up- is Beventy-three' t .kVAIJ Tho main points in Judge 60 YEARS' belonging to the same tract life are as follows: Ho was O'Roar's land born on EXPERIENCE Terms easy. February 2, 1SC3; lived on a farm in early boyhood, then moved to ML qulsfjpol when twelve story frame Sterling, jy.; go to A now one and one-ha- lf years old to" work: was "news building with five rooms and large butch" on a train for a while, then o recptleon hall, built out of the best a printer's "devil; worked bb a Situated on Clay printer about four yors; studied law selected material. TnADE Marks was admitted to DCSIQN3 and Fredrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. meanwhile and years old by special bar act when nineteen COPYRIGHTS &C. Lot 60x205 feet. Fine well of soft of Legislature; married Miss Virginia Antona ienil!n a sketch end descrlntlnn rair Oulcklr ascertain our opinion free whether an water. All, necessary out buildings. Hazelrlgg, of West Liberty, Ky., when Inrentlnn ll tirnnnblr nilonrnfjlrt. rimnrnnlM. twenty years old; was attorney for tlone strictly cimiMtnlfnl. llflflBBSJit on Patent CflclQSX flffonpr for Terms reasonable. sent free, coal and development companies for J'ntcnts taken through Mumi A Co. recoir ssi rial notice, nltliout cnaruo. la tto threo yenrs; was elected County Good nine room two story dwelling Judge of Montgomery County In 18D4; in Centertown, Ky., ' has good cis- elected to tho Court of Appeals In A hnndiomelr lllnstraled sTeeWr. iJirecit cirto Court of Appeals tern, good cellar, never failing .well 1900: culation of any solentlUo Journal. Terms, 11 a yean four months, f I. Bold brail riortsdenlora. in 1009 without opposition from either of water, good stable and other out party: nominated for Governor by ReUNN&Co.3B,B"r. fjew York buildings, ono acre lot of ground. A publican party In 1911; hns five chilS)tancn Office, 635 V BU Washington. D. c. jplendid location for family residence dren living; lives on a farm near and hotel. Price and terms reason- Frankfort. Subscribe for The Republican able. Apply to BARNETT & FOSTER, Agents, Thero aro 80,000 tobacco raisers In Kentucky. They ralso possibly Hartford, Ky. $1.00 per year. pounds of tobacco. The difference between C cents and 12 cents a pound Is $24,000,000 a year to tho farmers of Kentucky; If I am elected Governor of Kentucky and you havo POSITIONS GUARANTEED any tobacco to sell, you won't havo to take G cents for It If you don't JjfS1 ssssW J GUARANTEE you o position If you will want to. I do not mean to say that us real soon. We need many more any lawless act will be resorted to. I at once to supplyas we got the enormous demand for our graduates. As soon the required wpuld rather never see another lear number of students this oner will be withdrawn. So of tobacco raised In Kentucky thao wrlto at once for particulars. for a lawless nctjo deprive jcjtjzen of hh life or 'ploperty or his llbcrly. 'fy'jfy, jfi I (Applause.) I do not mean to say that yon shall compel your jielghbor to sign any pooling" contract in any kind of a socloty. It should not. It BUSINESS COLLEGE shall not be done. They will be free llfCOBrOK&TED OEO. W. BCnWAItTZ men In this matter. What I mean to rnr.H0lr.4I. ESTAIsXTflllBD 180-say is that there is power enough in LOOTSVIfcZiE. KY. the law, and I know that I know how to use It so that the American Tobacco Company will not come here and break up the farmers' pools and IHCACHT0WI WANTED--ilE.KijEHInjure financially. O'Rear, at Tdistrict t Glasgow. them simple Latest Model " Ranr-cr'- ' bicycle furnished by us. Our stents everywhere u jjjjfflra titmiftc uHHHc rolurn thanks thrco times a day for what tho nawtpapors know about him' I and sbppro390id. Sonw poaplo novor hand in an Itjui I of naws for publication, but if we happen to miss an item In which tbay aro interested tlwy ao suro to hand U3 a north polo u'ar that would fwezo the liver of a polar bar. Havo you any nows, tho editor of tho Hopublican nnd he- will pervo It a la mode, in caso you do not- happen to moot lilm, use tho telephone or mall, ' You will ibo helping to nuvko your town pa'per cf greater Interest and thereby servo tho gon-en- al community. Wliatover news may Interest you, must surely lntero3t others. Remedies are Needed perfect, .V tll Were we which wa ore not, medicines would Tiw not often bo needed. Hut since our systems have become weakened, impaired and broken down through indiscretions which have fjoao on from tho early ages, through countless generation, remedies are needed to old Nature in correctinjj our inherited and otherwiv) acquired weaknesses. To reach the scat of 6tomach weakness and consequent dircitivo troubles, there is nothing so good as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov ery, a Riycerio compound, extracted from natives medic. inal roots sold for over forty enrs with great satisfaction to all users. For Weak htomach, Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Pain in the Stomach after catinjj, Heartburn, Bad Breath, BelcliiniJ of food, Chronic Diarrhea and otW Intestinal n ucruiiKcnierus, mo uiscovery" is a end most efficient remedy. time-prove- Mbg The jjcnttlnc lias on Its outside wrapper tho Signature prot nnifnim n n citficf ititti. 'sir f !, nntilnw 1 OU Can t anOrd tn nceenl n holic, medicino op known conroimoN, not even though the urgent dealer may thereby make a little birder profit. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets refiulato and Invigorate stomach, liver oad" bowel i. tiny granules, easy to take as candy. Sugar-coate- Cheap Clubbing Rates. Wo have made an arrangement wltl the publishers of tho Inland Farmer, of Louisville, whereby we are enabled to, furnish The Hartford Republican and that paper one year for $1.50. The Inland Farmer Is a weekly Journal and one of the best farm papers published In the United States. Our readers should take advantage of this offer. tf ' mmitm. Digestion and Assimilation. It Is not tlu quantity of food taken but tho amount digested and assimilated that gives strength and vitality to the syaUim. Chamberlain's Stomacl and Liver Tablets Invlgoroto the stomach and hv ir and enable thorn to 'perform their functions naturally. For saVj by all druggists. m A single motion is quicker to make than two. 0 Only one motion straight-line, is needed to the-complete- make any character desired on key-for-every-character , WE A RetTjedy Ely's Reliable Groan, Balm ff flVftM &fltBtSaii?.8l keyboard of the easy action light running J is quickly absorbed. Gives Relief at Once. Itcltau-"C3, Model 10 Ar heaH and" protects tho ilisc.tsi'tl membrane robtiltingfrom Catarrh and drives away a Cold in tho lifrifl nniiTtlv. lln. en an mfutsrves stores tho Senses of 58 H 0 !i V Taste nudSmi II. rullsizooOcts. at Druggists or by mail, la liquid form, 73 cents. Uy Brothers, 5G Wunen Street, Xew York. soothes, fefii SillIII reflater .' Write for infotmation to F-- 1 NO MONEY llEQUIitUfi until you recehe andapprove of your bicycle. WTshl to confuse It Is Illogical and sne u. . zjtvteut uiniB ".."1,S5i.?.nr""':..Jn laiEj; TiHAI-duiii- a cent difoiit in advance. tretar Srtteht. an our local policies by futile Interjection the uivxs- which time lou mav 'ride the bicycle an V1" "..t?y " iva are ,I,en not Perfectly satisfied or do not wish t issues the vote in lIlMI keepthetacyclehipitbiclitomatourexpenseandi-Ma;x7OT(-i- . incyaes it is possiDie to male of Nationalthl3 year when have but the this State can n'Knesi ereae :" VrZtZ. mSiL-V- J'K ?. ("'"-". ..You saveguan slightest bearing upon the former. It us ana nave me s A behind ,v'Lf nntee t! is vonr htrrln. Mj 1M PaJiruucti vi k:...i.a.. miv i..J m ....- manuiaciurer ".. ..J Is a reflection on the Intelligence of KrttW.ViKimi Sit attV Price Until VOU. rrVflVH n.ip nn rrii. ...U..J .1 the voter, assuming that he may be trices and remarkable special offers to rider ucei.ti. YOU WILL RE ASTONISH!) wh5rt ou receive our .beautiful caUloffue an carried away from an independent decision of the local Issues, by appeals v -- v ' r" .,. i . ... we Mi' kiiuio jug M nrAA. tlun anv other fartorv. " ".'. nr.. tiriH witK iiesi craae oic cies lor less raont to his fidelity to National Issues. ll n,,r W,r,.rl.. T...J.. . .'. - . Ji... IilCYOLi: IJKAI.KltS. VOU O'Rear, at .Hopklnsvlllo. hk i iI iiwi aouois our Prices. OrdeVS filKd ffie'Sv An rriiVj" ""'"1.4nJl. " """ """ """ JSSB.1 V SECOND IS usually have a HAND IZIdYRl.ICH. In trad- - nnl r.,1..lu A.J U..J utMl.. L. " n k... ... t..! A. number on hand tiken hv mi. i t.ii (nrrcrornDtly at orices ranzin? from 8'A tn 1SIH nr Mth. llMmntiv. k.M.tn i... ..i..i , A Dlf)rent Errand. lup'u wlteols. linportoU roller chains and petloU, pans, repairs an VUHdICn-DHrtnCeijuipment of all kiads at hstftU utusl rttait friers. "Miss Wombat accepted me last I The Smith Premier Typewriter Company, Inc. "" i1'".??. "i CONSUMPIIONSo for lung trouble, coughs, pains in chest, and that run down feeling. ( Mention thu paper.) We send FREE a bottle Germinal, a quick relief ST. L0UIS.M0. aiaBKBBBMMKiaaBassKBrMizixiaMasBiKXBassaacsaiBBStsiistssaassHMsBSSBS' S- -i ' BoxBS OHIO MEDICAL COMPANY . - COLUMBUS, OHIO . -- hin -- .' "" rtzular retail tria of then lini it zsu tier pair, out to tnti oductoc li7 acliyouasamtiepairorftxncasmviliortlerffSi). NO. MORE TROUBLE MOM ' NAILS, Tacks or Class nill not lot the bit oat, sixty tnousanu pairs soiu list year. Ovef'two hundred thousand pairs now la use. I nPSCRIPTlOMi Matte In all size3. Itlsltvelv Bndeasvridlncvervdutdbleandlinedlusldewlfh a srjeciifl aualitv of rubber, vhlch never becomes Dorous and which closes uu small nuncturei without nllotr. Ingtheairtoescape. We liar hundreds of letters from satis-Becustomers statins that their tires haveonly been pumped Dp once or twice in a whole season. They weigh no more than in ordinary tire, the puncture resistingqualitiesbelngglven by'ieferal layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the The 8 M WH-b- HE00?il01S H 61TB E.PK8 EBbrc-.Bti.I- BBS 4i HSraE-PROO- F TSrSE A GAMPLE PAIR BUEl-aW 77 IfiTltODUOe, ONLY SK 4 ij "I suppose you are around today receiving congratulations?" "No; I'm around trying to borrow $200 to buy a ring." Kansas City Journal, Substitute For The Germans prepare rubstltute for tea from tho common strawberry Tea. night" ft M IK H i S??i?$?S?.$!f?? I?ISI?IS IWSs? PMI.ES an excellent the leaves of plant d ' . ' Notloo the thick robber trea "A" and puncture strips "JJ and "I," also rim strip "11 to prevent rim cutting. Th: tire will outlast any oth make-SOELASTIC au eaSv hiding. FT, CASTOR I A Infants Tor and Children. Ti.9 Kind You Have Always Bought If TO Hi MATHENEY & BATTS 1? approval. You do not pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as representet Wf will allow a cash llscount of ner ceai (thereby maklncr the nrire tu.sn mr nalrl If vn Boar3 the send FULL CASH 1VITU OltUKll and enclose this advertisement. You run no risk 1 tending us an order as the tires may be returned at OUlt expense if for any reason they ar Signature of not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as in you find tank. If you order a pair of these Ures, any willyou that they will ride easier, run faste-weahave ever used or seen at any price. W tire better, last longer and look finer than Itnow that you will b so well plrased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your onlr We want you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer. don't buy any kind at any price until you send for a pair mrr micmum tires on approval and trial t IftaCU' MirttiCt Iledgethorn Puncture-Proo- f quoted above: or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue whia By local applications, as they cannot the special lntroductory'price describes and quotes allmakes and kinds ot tires at about half the usual prices. reach the dls'osod .portion of ,tho car. nDXINO a blcyc'. but write us a postaltoday. UO NOT THINK aWlT- ww aria IWUI - IMFMIV or a pair of tires from anyone until you know OF new the and woudcrfi I'hero la only omo way to oune df-niis- s. offers we are making. Jtonly costs a postal to learn everything. Write U NOW. t4 by and Zem lis &&Ai Vanderbilt Training School rnit If WW Tforc Deafness Cannot be Cured. W sr Aft ; L. MEAD CYCLE COMPMNY, w CHICAGO, smAIIAII B AND CURE the LUMCS r and sroinulr obtainsd all countrlea. or no ua. tt obtain THAT PAY adTtrtlio them tliorougUy, at cur ezpenMf, auu ucip juuiu ricceu. 8ad irodel vUoto or siclch- for FREE report on pawniauury. to yean- practice, sun- PASSING RZFCriCNCCS. For f re Gaido swot on Intents write to B03-S0- Dr. King's New Discovery WITH TrUI OotUe Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. trade. uinKs patfmtr f Mil "if y&Lt9 r OLDS 8!to&i.oa. mice A GUABANTKJT.D 8ATISFACZ0H7 OK XtOCfEY 'UiiX). IwWmSm Ladies! ave Mosey and Keep in hs Style by Reading McCall'i Magazine and Using McCall Paltems HAC,UI,t ft I ""gn llt B Sovonth Street, u. ?. i mil kulM Now UuliicaU ru.j. Bko yoa pennonent w trtai win toaur, BAlWtloa Kviaatoel or four r BBjrMu. -- .vfc.iv.uj. SWiVeRtf COltClWIau HUmmZfuut A r "i SPECIAL OFFER' A t llfMWWt rtHHtu If Ma PBIUA !L7ftMvJiM.0rM.CMuM4s4. Ammm. BULBS' iiw ii in n i ii i constitutional caused by au inflamed Condition of tho muscous llnlcg ot tho Eu3ta,'jhi'an Tlube. Whijn this 'tube Is luflanKid you have a rumbllns sound or Imperfoct hearing, and iwhun It is entirely closed, Deafness Is the result, and unless tho Intonation can hi taken out and tills tube ro3tortod to its normal condition bearing will ha destroyed forevor; nine cases out of it en are cau3cd by Catarrh, Avhich Is nothing but an Inflamed condition, of tho muscous surfaces. Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars tor any oaao of Deifrnoss (caused by by catarrh) that cannot be cured Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars fr.oe. F. J. CHBNEV &. CO., Toledo, O. Sold iby 'Druggists, 75. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation, ni rom-odtes- . that is Doafnaa I Y If If If If If If If If If Y Y Y Y Y ELKTON, KY. A limited select school lor boys. Faculty Our patronage has of college-traine- d men. come from several Southern States. Twenty-fou- r different towns in Western Kentucky rep- FOR BOYS ft H H H H H H H H H H H resented this jrear. Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Baths. Extremely healthful location. $4,000.00 recently spent.on improvements. NO SALOONS IN THE TOWN OR COUNTY. Moral surroundings excellent. UNEXCELLED AS A SCHOOL FOK YOUNG BOYS. Year Begins September (j, 1911 Write for catalogue. Address all commun. ications to Nineteenth Desk "IV 1 ' raMaar xi.W!:aJtK .. KiTM.i!''!lJ.;S.' iu. VUaUf, UlstUa. " WU.. njsr 1 ' WMAi t Wl ww HcCaa'iMafailntwIll y help you dress at a motloralo eiponjo by keoplnif you postod on tbo latest fashions lor clothes and bats. 60 Now fashion DcsIcbs lu each Itiuc. Also slrl-blil- This Means You. you have any local iaw3, a parIf ty, visiting relatives or friends, if you aro going away or rcturr-intor g ir.sMiW: aluabla Information1 oil till I101110 ami lor-tun- al loc a year Incluiline o a free ;illeei. t today or send fur ftuo sauiplu copy. MtCali PaHetu will enable you to malto In your own homo, tvliuvuuretvii liaadi cloihiuk'for yoursolf and ctilldieH wtilcli nlll Ih sayle and fit. IiUe svno liitttier ninM cmm Wad fbr fruu I'uJsVcu CaUlocuo, ( Wt wD Grs You fl Tnank for cottloit among ;)ur IJloniW. Korid lorftcu rrsmlutu latatojuo ami Cash VtsK Offer. i jj a, r;nr m. u iw twiu mem. miners. Ouly ulu, ij t..rLa fSa asr .1 mUIm .U faff. . ISK isaar iiiaainm. saawwu. ilM .JUlM know who is, or, kwiw any itam of local or personal intorost, wo .want It and will wpruclatw your klndno3 by telling U3. Phono 123 any time. Y?SSii.'rr.,'-r- t' IP J FVftlrJTUlKllk lUimtNtfcnliNk Ma I kH. w:i Sana BnairBaat or. aYMs)Efe U- - bivrft Write this down wkvre you will see it overy day. The time to draw MATHENEY & BATTS. mn business, Is when you wet business, and not when you havo moro business Una you can attend to already. The man who gota mad at what tti Kwspaier Mys abeut btei should E ! wKKKhwwKKhwbXwwhKwX4 f . :t ft AE BEG TO ANNOUNCE . OUR FALL OPENING! Fea tu ri n g Pr ntzess Garments i - You are In- Come in and vited to be ' ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, lnE I 1911 C ' a?a skirt oi the season. 1mw "Vle timA MoitTS, theSn You'll find it time well spent. lat-Aat things in the world of garment fashions. hand UnC0VerS fM yttthe stM a of a cuff, the drapery such as Paquin, Collar Soeurs, Wooth, Paul Poiret, Bischof, and David in the linn of Contmental Fashions so for PRINTZESS designers not only create, but also soften and adapt the extremes dner,s tttaDd eXamine the eW tMngS f Printzess Coats and Suits Have all the There's a Wealth of Color and Beauty Grace of Parisian Styles in the Swaying Folds of our iMen's Shoes. Containing: not only a maximum of wear but also full measure of style shaped over lasts that fit the foot no striving for unique of bizarre effects at the expense of comfort, but a Shoe that a man will buy and wear and buy again. Just a clance at these descriptions or better yet, visit us and try as many pair as you care to. No obligation to buy none whatever. W. L. Douglas S3, S3.50 and $4.00 Shoes. Come in Gun Metal, Vici Kid,Patent Corona and Tans in all of the new style toes. I 'I Dress Goods That there's a dainty elegance to a Printzess garment is noticeable even among a crowd of .well dressed women. You'll find here all of the weaves and textures that There's a chicness to their curving lines that will make generations of good women have pronounced correct. you friends ask, "Who is your tailor?" If you like gar- You'll find them in the latest tones and with appropiate ments of such like, come in Saturday and try on a trimmings for any gown. l Printzess, Make yourself at home. in this department, rummage A Suit for most important functions, made in the around as much as you wish. You'll find it time well siofianted stvles and strictly tailored. It is made from spent. hard finished serge in black and shade of blue and brown. The jacket is 28 inches long, is lined with and has velvet reverses edged with contrasting Soft Shimmering Silks of Quality striped velvet. The collar, cuffs, side and back are trimmed with mohair braid. Made to wear and look beautiful to live and wear as is one of the new high waisted panel front the as the silks in Grandma's day. The Skirt design, tha bottom being trimmed with mohair braid. Our silk section is a real bower of beauty. The goris one of the new high waisted panel front The skirt geous colors of Fall Silks blend with each other in pro design, the bottom being trimmed witn a band of braid ducing this effect. ( to match the jacket. most attractive of this season's Undoubtedly one of the mes-saline Youth's Every style "Dad's." Overcoats-"- " tailored-as Also Children's '1 carefully cut as correctly as Suits. Price $25.00. 1 f I Vx ladies' and Children's Shoes Shoes that fit like a glove that hold the foot to its trim finntornical lines vet do not crowd or pinch Shoes that you can put on and wear without the terrois of breaking in fact, the kind that you want for yourself ' it - and your childre. ladies' and Misses Shoes come in Gun Metal, Vici Kid. Patent, Corona and Tans. Price $2.00 to $3.50. They come in all the new toes. ' The stvles are new, snappyjust the things all paVents desire for their children. Take the Youth's style there's that stamps the a swaceer elegance to them wearer as well dressed the moment the wearer slips it on and you'll agree, we are sure, that these prices are modest. Men's Suits and Overcoats Children's Overcoats range in price from. $1.50 to $5, We provide Youth's Overcoats $2.50 to $10.00. In this store the man is never forgotten. or the comfort of the man as, well as the rest of the fam.-il- y and surely our display of both Overcoats and Suits will strike the chord of any man's fancy and purse. Below we have described a few. There are .many other items as good. Men's Suits, $5.00, S8.50, .$10.00, $12.50 $15.00, $18.00 and $20.00j, Overcoats $3.y5tto $18.00. Please Call and See We Shall Expect one. You ft I' " 1 vVA Come and Make our store your headquarters for your Faltand Winter trading, it will surely pay you. Thanking you ioi guuu and alitor pasi paironage, yours ucuueuu HART FOR D, .I CARSON .., Hi n INCORPORATED & COMPANY MS KENTUCKY'V.W Jr - "V i. 1. iiiii'. i. - - - -- srawwa 4W"ww mamma-m- m