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The Hartford republican: October 6, 1911 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 hao1911100601_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: October 6, 1911 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Jtortfixiri ftjMbiimtt Fin. Job 4 VOL. HERO Work. , DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY. Subscription $1 per Year 1911. , XXIV. OF milTEORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FHIDAY, OCTOBER 6, ha Sir. Powers toW hkn no, but If would ee R. L. Pope that Sir. Pope would ba eible to tjll him about tho By, No. 12 DEATH CLAIMS AN ESTIMABLE WOMAN SANTIAGO Dropped Dead on Streets in New' York " , situation. aald broakfft&t." ' and Miss Flora B'H Shelton, Air. Georgo Sharp and wife and daughter, Mr. Lon Owen, wife and chlldron, and Mr. Wash Weiid'lng nnd faanily. AH Mr. McDermott, "I . "Well' arttor want to talk with you more i f r1- Rear Admiral Winfield Scott " appears that befora breakfast was (ho over .Mr. MoDermott Idamed ot acqd ldonfity of hla uaintance, for he failed to return to seek Mr. Powers' aid In behalf of tho Democratic ticket. It niowly-acqulre- Schley Was Victim of la. h , I Heart Disease. Editor Dies Suddenly. Ney Fosfr, Junior editor of Tho J. Republican, ruoeived a iteljgram and telephone message Alonday from Capt. Ky., stating that Lew F. Chapman, had died thatmorn-ln- g was firotn hoart"dlsoai3e.. He odltor-own-- r of the CaVtle'tUhung Dal ly Trlbuna and one (f Um best known newspaper men In Eastern Kentucky and 'West Virginia. He had beenahlo to attend to his work at his office Mr. cama suddenly. and his Fattier y&9 In his umpioy iftv nearly two yjars a3 aislatant managing editor of T.lw Dally Tribune, tfhe ifunijral Va., took plaoa at Huntington,' W. Thurtdiy, and was conducted by the Masonic fraternity. (Now York. Oct. 2. Admiral Win- this flald Soott Schley dropped wtneatm'ear afternoon on Fortjr-fouh.'- h' tfllfth &vnu. allure Is said to bave caused Ills doath. ""Rear Admiral Schley had been out of town evury Sunday, ana on his return hlere bad gone to the Now York Fortyfour.ih Tatoh Club, on West street. After a short Btiay at fche club, out, Admiral American wiar broke s'anted to walk along Forty if cunlh street toward Fifth avenue, whn he was token suddenly ill. A hurry call and an amwaa Mat for phys-clan- s Newspaper Burned. bulance, ibut before aud could reach Mm the Admiral was dead. At two o'clock Monday morning the ftt Admiral Schley, mho was .the h ro Muhl.mljfcar Sentinel, mibllabed of the .battle of Santiago, In which j Gre aiivllle, Ky., by Judga iPaco, taois Andarson the Spanish float, under Cenvara, was dusinojed by line. O. A. annihilated on July 1. 1S98, was cf .ha Y. M. C. A. ftt Chat tired Irom active naval seitrice. H piaoa, aria unarir-- jiiiijmau, u ware knocked from a ladder would (hive been flavunty-tui- o by a stneam of .wa'r and painfully old on tlW tenth day of this month. He "was horn In Fnad aide OltyMd., Injured. The los oX the Dant will and sinved iwiiiih distinction in itihe war be several hundred dollars. The .'Sen cf the iwbjlllon. When .the panlsh tinel had b?eni running a dally for the of the . war hrpke out, Admiral past week for the benefit Aanorcanl V S'hky was Tut In command of the fly Methodist Conference, which ,as in , Jjquadi.Ton, and rwas in change at session In that cty.t Smiiago during tho ajbsancie of AdPALO miral Sarnawon wliyn Oervera's fleet cmu out of tha harbar. 2. iHealth Is cot so .good at Oct .'Admiral Schley iw;aa in icharge: of the this writing. y r.iial avallet, expedition which resou id .Mrs. John Dodson s has. the typhoid , Gin. Gr. wl y, the ArcMc esiploner. In fevr. i Mairyland j 1SS4. Uiwn this oociasxra-jthr- i ,Mra.- - Nash whos3 Hlne33 haeheen 4 LaghJature tenderitid him a vot ot mentioned In your paper 13 some thanJaa, and presented him (with a gold better. wiatoh. Ho a'so received rewiards from Mr. CUntis Whobroy'ls on the sick u mumber 06 other scuroes. list thl3 week- Alfllcr his retirement, the Admiral Mr. and iMrs. Alonzo Bartlett wient kejyt In touch with tha affairs of the to Hjinttord last Saturdjy shopping. country, and wrote several article's on Air. Oharllj Feamster and wife and crxwiltions In tho navy. He (was jyifcsl-diFeemsteT his mother, Mrs. Nannie ct tihe Arctic Club. WeTe the iguesac.f.Mr. Wm. Coy and , Dr. Sahley, tha'Admlral's son.broke ifamlly Saturday and Sunday. doiwn .whuin he saw ihls father's body. Mr. Moody Kelley Is on the sick He iflrst iwus notified tlf the death over lLat this week. and the 'tolpahone .by a ml (AlspaiFar man. --Mr. EsUl Ualey and family Admdral Schley, when in New York. Mr. Lester Myers and family, of Ola-t- on, made his hiome wiith hla wife at the W. L. was the giwst of Mr. hcane White aud family Saturdaj and SunAlgonauln Hotel. Hla penmau-jwas In Washington, D. C. day Air. H. O. Duke and family was tha At the Marriage Altar. . gujat of Mr. Joe Maden and family .Wednesday afternoon at ono o'clock last Saturday night and Sundya. Mr Wan Park and wife, of maffy, In thij parlors of the parsonage of at were the suestso f Mr. Dlllard Berry Methodist Church tha Trinity, Louisville, Miss Edith Bllo Carson and family last week. Mr., Cort Buan.of Sunnydale.ls vyry and Mr. Herbert Soott iSanidora iwero A ibeautOfuli ring law at this, writing. united in Mr. James Smith, qt Taffy, nva3 in I oramony was performed by Rev. padtor'of Trinity. our mldat last Frldaj-- . immedlatelyi after tha ceremony Those who havo not seen your Big they loft for Cloclnuaiti, where and Industrial Edition ought to tee it. It after a shont lsll in that olity will is something ulce. We appreciate it spend a (few days in Qwensboco, and very much. will!' be at homa In Hantfoixl to their Air. H. O. Duke and jfamlly and Jlrs frlemida aftier next Tuesdajv A beau- Jane Maden and Mrs. Nannie Feem- tiful residence haa been completed on ster and Airs. Alonzo Bartlett iweire Union, street Xor them, pleasant callers at Mrs. Many- White' The bride Is one ot our cholcost last Sunday. I ung JadleB, and well Ukod by vory-oji- e. The singing school at MarvlnsChap el Is programing nicely under the man Mr. Sandjrs Is ono ct the lnemt huslniea men of Hartford, and agemant ot Prof. Joe Panic. Is the manager of (the Olilo Ooun-DrWe had a very heavy rain last Sun Co. It la a lildaeuro to chroni- day evening. worthy cle itho marriage of such a Are Busy at Headquarters. couple, and Tlw Republican wafts to them ito iwarnijt conratuktUons. The Loulavlllo Herald on Wednesday said: McDermott Asks Aid of Caleb C. 1. Barnett, Thurman B. Dixon Powers. and AlvU S. Bennett are the three busiest Hum in Kentucky, and they Barbour.vllle, Ky., September 8. Inltoo- - oan he found at Republican State l Whan H. J. IcDermott .was at th Gait ilouse mornduoed to Caleb Powers at WilHams-bur- HeoduiKH-teP- s Mondav he did not recognrfwj Mr. ing, moon aud night. od the Po.ra as tlvs KwtMcky. Turkey Crei lncldaut of their mwvtitvg ws jwtlwr a being a TurUajs are raported humorous. whlla duoks D.' W. Clank, Rjiiutolliwin oaBdWaW good croj) UwU Mean, for Conmillor ot Agriculture iww will ha short, m wu bhe cm last hAs had a dire eUmVWig In tiw toby of tiw hothl talk- - ytW. The dkouth with Mr, M9Dw&tt, iw)n Mr. ffeat on the dusk crop, Inasniuok as nJir, JLmh luppwied Vog. Mr. CVankd- - ttie "waddlrfrs" nad pUty ot .water 4riNing Mr. MDiiWt. W, "I W1 to thntva. Oa Aba o4fcr hasd, the o oaaentlwl lafcv- - Mipfily at gHwahoparg, you tp met Mr. PowM.-an- d Vo ibe .wtKana of tfta '"tabblara,1' has icad itlw twt mm. t wA kmjQHWi. yanting, aad, follows YMr. Paww exprtww and Wiimw, gUwl f Vm awopuWr ot big tiw dry a&ti very WMfaat UwltioK (owHur4 to d (Mr. Mr. MeDwHWrtt, VI PmUbb W he ww pWaty ot ThaalnMftg Uiritaya, wMh to the ar a Mf(Utoat stutdiM to mippty uA mM, "Ar ye Pionawi, Mr. . mBM,,Mr, powtraT" OhrWUniiin dinner, &lp. I local dt-a- Ht s ra nt nt is, - ug , sr Oonnin. ii liuf m qoh-dWlo- as pVd Mt owniu. repont a good time, i The part- - at Mr. Wash Widdlng's Saturday nght was well aUtonded, all Mrs. E. W. Ford Died Suddenly report a gocd imet Thj school at thl3 placj Is wll Monday Funeral Services wltli Ailss Lula AI. Alicikiff as Conducted Tuesday. teacher. Born ito the wife of Dick Bray on the 17th ult., a boy. noonJust as sh had finished Mr. Joo Sharp and family visited an tho family of Mr. John Berry Alor-ga- n, day meal and was reclining In easy chair death cam 3 Into the horao Sunfrom Saturday n'ght till d of Dr. E. W. Ford, Monday and day. away his wlKe, Airs. Lizzie Aloorcr Air. John Hamilton and wife ivlslted In Stringtown Satunlay. Thu Strii' Ford- - Fc,r fewral months she had'11 lft ut wstly wa hlaVth. l- are all cood ntmle. for!1 town neoiDth thoy are all goad Ropublloaiw nnd feoHnS lbolt,ir tha uauaI and Bhnck was thus swat'jr to na1" will not fong.it to go to tfc- el otltm. mnung snj wm Jlr. W. II. Alldklft and Mr. Hosa Ll unu about her work and aparontiy feeling Shon visited Mr. .Wlllna,m Foil man, all right. Sunday. Let U3, if iwsslble, gather up ther Those on thi sick list are Mrs. J. elements of he life of the depant?i Morgan, 'who lias h;?t B. trouhle. Mr. Leslli Smith ha3 la grppj. Mr. one and weave cf them a ploture forr tha walls of memory. The Jjook of Knox Wright who has catarrh and life was opened and a now naimetwas Ambrose. ' Mr. James Armstrong had the lbos3 written tlienein .by the hand of with the o'lercal springtime watermelon hero this lime, it M'u'ghed everlasting glories belongs ,to ' Airs-Forforty-tw- o pounds. Her Hie was a rare jwel, her Mr. Calb Crowe's girls attended thj spirit as gold refined in the flre.ready singing at Alt Morlah Sunday evenfor heaven. These flowers areioiri-blem- s ing. of our love, but God had; (bidJlr. Edge and Mr. Ola Kown visited den her .welcome to that mansion Air. John B. Alorgan and family SunCOMMODORE HQLMAN which He himself has prepared, .whenef day. Of Morgantown,JKy. ar 1 tiie songs of tlu redaemei. She .ran the journey other life In forty-Republican nominee far State Sen-- 1 od Sbilff cf Butler county in "tilie fall Hunting Now Barred. ' one a years. It Is a path marlced f 1903, which office he tilled in atpr in this, Uie Seventh Senatorial The hunting all sorts of ot!8n1id nmniwr tor four ywrs. He game, including,.season onand squirrels, with djed3 of kindness and cheera, . Distal cf Kentucky, composed rabbits Flowers not thorns, sunshine not shadserved two terms as Chairman andl closed Spt. 13. The quail season be- ow did she scatter oveoiwlvre. Truth the counties of Ohio. Butler puyjean County Ewcutl election, Tuesdayi Novel . Committee, and his ,wcrk In tilia-- ca gins on November 15. A few Muh'enburg, was the Inspiration of her JiYe and-bklndne33 she exemplified its great pacity prov ad quite successful for the ago the Legislature passed a lawpro-hu.bltln- g ber 7, huntins of any kind during tha worth. Was not her life full of C. Hotnian was born in Butkr coun- - inteW.'t of the Republican rarty of two preceding htm t', Ky., in 1875. He wias reared on h's county. HoU an inaVjdaitlg'ahle open monMiis immediately This was done Godliness? And thena ,was reason) session for quail. for this. Upon the bloom of womana fa m and attended tiha schools of woriker for his rarly and has navel" out hood she sought the pearl of groat his homo district and at the age of met defeat in an elation. Hi race bacauss imiany I'ecpla .would go aga'mst a etroiij; huntlrg unier the pnetx of killing price and made It chief among tlier alx'.'jin entered tlio Morganbowin Nor- tar .the him- candidal In Butler couuity .was one of rabbits, squirrels, etc, and would also Je.wvls of her hopes.. ,The, Intervening mal School, where he qualiC'.-iconaUtenl! the hapGf&t. fiBhts ever maid by a kill quail before the law wan passed, years hae iuejn full of of self for ihi iiirofesi-'ioand It is nw regard d as prima facie plan and wiae action, flihls wtas the candiiin'e for eff Ics ln Butler oaun'tjwh ch. ho followed until lie iwas evidence uf igujlt to wen ibe caught fountain ot tiie maturity of her char dog and gun'tfurjiis acter. For upon tho .white canvas ot these two months. her life she drew no una.rtain line AND YET ANOTHER APPOINTMENTS OF THE ifroim tho country indicate to ba erasad. And ,wlth the hand of that tluere will be a ibig crop of quail a master slie delicatly spread tho colNEWSPAPER BOLTS this year,thj eprlng and i'a.-l- summer ors of life and imade tihtm .blend with METHODIST MINISTERS monMu iWilng unusually dry, (thus giv- promise. Therefore, iwe mourn, but ing the ycutvg birds a chance ta grow not without hop. Through this gloarat-ther- e Several Changes Made Rev. The McCreary Ticket Has Faith up and not b--j drounkd out, as is so comes itack a .bright beam of often the case. Squlnre'is and ratlblta sunshine which turna our tears to Joiner wijl be Hartford in Judge O'Rear and Will are thlok and tliie coming hunting sea- jewels of .promts.'. Through tha mists son promlsos ito be the best In years. which 'gather .we hear the tumult of 'Pastor. Support Him. The nut cioii) Is also reported to le the roar as of Niagara, but God, the larg t in several years, whlah hath tiie ibuw of ills promise. means Air. Squirrel and family iwlll us not alone in the presence Th3 f ollo,wlng appolntmenrts wijre anIf any ifuntjier proof of the stronigth haAV a big stock of food for tihe wiin-b- cf the unknown. For the Sabbaths of the of Judge O'ltKur In the Flnst nounced Monday morning at season. death she now enjoys the nev.tr end-lu- g Louisville Conference ct the iM. E. dLiiirlat, Uie Damcoratlc "Gl Every man who owns land on whlo Sabbath of Heaven. Church, South, which had ben In ses- braltar" was needed it lis furnished thare is game should see that then Besides her husband, Airs. Ford U sion at Gnctanyilb, Ky., tor several by ithe halt of the Alurray Ledgjv, are no violation of the hunting law sunvlwd by tliroe children, Nancy, days: of Clailcway county, tram thie Demo- duning thaae two months. Am by aud Edwvud; father and maih-e- r, Thompson, presiding eldr. S. J. cratic ticket headed by MoCiscry, to Capt. and Mrs. W. H. Moore, and Beaver Dam A. L. AlilL the support ot hn Rtspubliaan leader, three .brothers, John T. Moore and, Fiscal Court In Session. Oai'ihoun J. T. Cherry. Judge O'Rear. Air. O. J. Jennings, E. P. Moore, ot Hartford, aud W. D. Cenbertowu N. B. Watson, supply- - the ledltor of die Republican leader, The regular fall session of the0hf6 Moore, of LoulsMlle. O mtral City B. M. Currle. in announcing his change. In thj issue county fiscal count conven-- d Tuesday The last services war held .TuesClovenpont F. E. Lewis. morning and will ba in session until day of September 28, said: afternoon at the Baptist Churavh, Dundee Circuit J. W. Crowie, BUp-1"I have faith in tflie absolute sin this afternocn or Satunday morning, of which she had long been a mem' cerity cf Judge O'R ar I listen id to with Judge R. R. Wedding presiding, ber. Rev. Bunor, assisted 'by Rev. Fccdsvillo vW. S. Bucknpr County Attorney C. E. Smith, Deputy Elgin his siitu'ightfonward, honest, opjn, conducting and Rev. Wright - GnanviUe ,G. P. Dillon. and came awayicon- - Clerk Hunter and the following magls the semia s. The pall bearers .weftr Greenrllls Circuit E. T. Howard. mjad trai'es pnewnt: 0. E. Soott, J. H.Mlles, vinoed and converted. I have Hartford T, V. Joln-.r-, R. D. Ben- lnuntods at advanced nasons wihy B. S. Chambet lain, J. L. Patton, Thos. Dr. A. B. .Riley, Dr. E. B. Pendleton. Dr. J. R. Pirtle, olty; Dr. Taylor, of nett, supply. O'Rear should be elected Governor, Sanders, Mack Cook und Graut Pol- Beaver Dam; Dr. Smith, of Center-tow- n, Howaivillie H. L. Shelton. but all I liava to read a single change lard. Esq. J. C. Jackson was unable and W. J. Ban. Iutenmont was Lewisiport S. E. Ragland, supply. that he Is not a man of clean life. to attend the meeting this week on at Oakwood and a large, crowd assemLew'spott S. E. Ragland, suply. that h3 has not a clean public record, account of tho dangerous Illness of bled to pay their Jast reJiKict. Thet LHvermore W. H. Hickerson. that ho la not competent,able filirless. his wilfe. flowers wena many nnd beautiful, but-nAlaceo R. L. Tully. Tha fall osslcn is always one of changed Yet he is daily and iiourly face more bjautiful tluu the T. with insincerity. Jllsslon H. North Hartford court I beli.-he is on- - the busiest session of fiscal that lvast so ptfaoufully among th.nn. Speaks, supply.. busy to accomplish something tan and the body has ib:en qulti Beautiful in datih, .but far moro biiu-tltOwenboxo, Brcckenddge stPeet E. glble tor Ui3 great masses of Ken this week. Numerous claims have bo glorlcus resurrection morn in D. Ryan.. and Flowers the tucky, soniJthtrig that will lift Ihls allowed, road matters dibcussed edem to be tine bst emblem Owen-iborCircuit A. J. Bennett. o bridge citizenship from tho slough of desnout Invoa'igatKid and a road and Oweiwhoro, Frayatr avenue J. O. samotlilng (that will oltn'ate the stan- commlssicai r for the next two years we havo to express our love, for e wireatho them around tiie cradle, the Smlthson. is to he elected. dard of Citizenship." nurriago al'ar and the tomb. Thus Owensboro, Settlie, Memorial Lc-iThis Is the second Democtatlc uaws- - Thoie Is muchfavorable comment would we leave her, and In, memory Powoll. fail paper In Callow ny county, wlol has liward all over th3 county thi3 keep her, as sweetly rrjjwsing among Owienaboro, Woodlawn E. 3. Moore. given 2,500 Democratic majority, to In regard to the splendid condition the beautiful and fragrant flowers. Rochestrr J. H. Epley, of tiie roads under the nnesont sys- Jenbolt ithe McCreary ticket. Air. Rom?-- R. E. Bailey." Vote is Satisfactory. nings is a candidate for State Sena tTm of worlclag. Willie thome are jt Saoramonto J, T. Dennonbrun, bup-pire Oweniiboro, Ky., Oat. 3. The tor la the Third district with unery many placus to be worked they will prospect of success. Judge O'Ruar is be given dun attention as soon as ipos- - sults of ih registration in the city-i- s Soutli CArrollton iS. C. NunleJ. s'bl?. entirely satfcrf aotory, to ibqth the. expeobad to awep'ib.e district. Stophamjort M, E. Janboe. eight uemocrau ana KepuDvioansNfia umt .The county is dlvldrTd Into Tranafsfwied .W. R, Hendrlx, Noiitli districts and this year there havi been city. There .wera 3,184 voters Ho) rogls ADAJURG. . Georgia Conferneoe, nearly $25,000 expended on tlna noada tor, 1,517 of whom wvrw DamoomDj. Jt. AI. Smart, Vlrinkt ConKanence- Oct 2. Cutting tobacco and mak-tb- e In thtiS3 districts, and the nionjy has 1,344 of whom were Republicans and-29Rav. V4nil Klgin, .who had iben lug- - sorghum is the order cf beea as wenV distributed as portaof whonv weo Iiwlependenrta. Thra pastor of ithe Hartford ohuroh for tha dUy hare now, ble, aud all have rodlved about tho were also twwnby-tw- o Prohliblitlojniita pat Cow yeiU's, watf matgnwd to Jf- - We had a nlea rain hero tyoatoerdmy same amount with the exception ot and throe Socialists. LoutovdHd fiacboHitown, Ky., in ba Air. Jamea Hamilton visited Park" the RooKiKXPt district, whlcli dletrict dtotMtot. Places for Court Changed. town Saturday Waning and Beach Val has be.-- worked by the gasollixe enby thj Mlstorfce3 Suday.' We are nequ-ate- d gine and in this manner lma not . War Ah-- . DwUrtd. . OaeU Rhoada vtaltod his beat but n lttla qver $1,400. This concerned to announce for tho beaaNt anglae haa proven quite ewieaaaful of the (public that Eq. Sanders count TunrWi over affairs la TrlioH, but girl Sunday. Thaa wa a wataaavaton ealng at In that district, and the engine has will he held at Olatoa la the futue ntaniMmf latkhe lebby of 'the hW talk . aad Turk', avw Atfaire la Tripoli but MrHoaa Showsa tha othtar &ht. given perfect PitlafcwtloH. 'AH othr la!ead of at Dundee, hjW that at ArwaW-lnti- ad b of Thoaa peasant wW Mr; John A. Mw-8A- H iWtriete have expended over $2,190 Cook's court will be blUver k will R is of Rautrqw. and v4t and UWW daufhin paa- - and aecie eoBklrably awr. iwrt duraUwu hr car--rle- ilB v Mrs-Jame- s lovtr-Toda- y d. .al t y n - - s-- sln-ca- re ot e ul s y. 4- - I 1 n r J., U r . . ' 'l l' "v VMtion atid nurnofc. the determin tweeti two' or more candidates for the same office the nominee can felicitate ing1' fattor of most paragraphs seems For Infanti and Children. himself that he was thef choice of from to have been how' many Vbtes will we 3'i to 19j per cent of the Demo-crat- e catch, if we do, how many will we Mayor of the Clark County Capital and One voters in the State. Originally lose if wc don't? Kind There are many contributory causes the Democrats had no purpose to have CharacterHer ablest Citizens Delivers a platform; in fact, had no purpose making the "County Unit" the domibut to secure the offices; but later, nant featHre of this campaign; but in Paducah. istic Speech Judge O'Rear's announcement and the a large measure it was due to Judge .ALCOHOL 3 FEK CENT. Republican convention had occasioned O'Rear's forceful advocacy of this ANfegtIablelVcp&rallonrorA a division among the Democrats as issue, and Mr. McCrcary's studious slmifairiKSifcFootfamlRedula Only Because They Were Driven to it to the advisability of a convention avoidance of this qticsion; notwithjleaocrats, Adopted Platform ting lie Stomachs andJowls of ' and a platform. There was a demand standing the fact that it was about and Said as Little as They Dared on Live Issues. for and a protest against a platform. this question alone that the Democrat The Democratic State Committee were ic party was driven to call a convenfinally induced to permit the party to tion, it1 is remarkable that the expresProwolcsDigcHnJCkeri make a platform and called a State sion "County Unit" is not written In ncss nnd ResLContalns ncittw Convention ''Limited." their platform; this is unaccountable Democratic Opium.Morpmnc norJltacraL; said, "my views arc whatever Ifcm. John E. Cantor, former May ncss, When the convention met the scope unless on the hypothesis that there Nc Narcotic. you think they should be;" one said of their privilegci was restricted and was .some ulterior motive. It was not OT WlnclwstOT, and In his writer nomina"that lie could not accept any c jttfoMDrSMamSR outlined; for whilst they were author- the result of an oversight that "County lhan. one ot tflw stalwart Djmoarata tion unless wc could agree on a plat- ised by the committee to adopt a plat- Unit" was eliminated and "Local OpDutfim Snd" of Clark county, lalhrod an oddnjs form the other said "that he would form, they were prohibited from tion" substituted. To contend that JhttetttSMt-MstScom- the thirteen men composing that Comtrtlh Judge O'.Uiar at IMduaah Tno3- - accept any platform if they would changing this dehis nomination." If the jAtoSt!ebSxh nXturikOon mittee notwithstanding that the party mittee 011 Resolutions did not know that wa.3 n cxctwtl- - agree to is fair and accurate whom law scription IfmSeti' ls-- that there was a distinction which at is mandatory 011 this point. la&j wfWctlvo presentation oftlw should you elect? tfotafTta fare Ait When the convention met, if is suf least left the matter of their intention The State demands loyalty in time ficiently descriptive of the campa'gn. It contrast-e: to say that no debatable, is to discredit your own Aperfect Remedy for Carina-aicCnury rind OUlear and what of peace as well as in time of war; such one ever convened even in the intelligence. In the initial sentence of lion oour aiuiiun.ii.uiai . and often times there is as much city of Louisville. There was present this Local Option paragraph they by Worms.Com'uisioiis.i-CYWisistand fur and palntl out Uiat courage, patriotism and service in ncss aiulLOSS OFSLEEi' aa& 0aa a gndat work abiwd ot him casting a ballot, as there is in shoul- every type of man who affiliated with implication confess they were driven the party, representing every shade of to take some position on thiqiicstion vrisile Hw oUnr mnroly wJuiiSs to noun dering a musket. racS'nrilc Signature of hamper-iiideplore the of m a, oaPcwr of uHIq-- holding in of-- The Democratic party ,111 Kentucky opinion.. Some thatthem emphasizing and a Democraticnecessity of with anyr platform "no Democrat the statement stands in the unique and unprecedent- could be a Prohibitionist," which-waNEWY0IHC moral proposition. They claim that Hcq ed position of having nominated its often questioned, others declaring the question has no place in politics Air. Garner declared that thn :j candidates and then making a plat- that "no Prohibitionist could.be a and intimate that you should get 'lie wwne driven io adopt n plat-fa- a form. This state of case could have generally ad- liquor forces to join you in a further and then trlod to m how Uttlo only been prcdicatell upon a certain Democrat" which was any Guaranteed.OTcrttFbwUn mitted. Some opposed character trial of the efficacy of prayer thcr oaiild ray on vital issues. A knowledge that all of the candidates Of platform, preferring each candidate The Prison Commission is at presCITY. COMPANY, M tO THC CtNTAU Exact Copy of Wrapper. japans jwlnit was his suggestion that would stick on any platform, however should be a "free lance" so that lit ent a partisan board elected by the Democrats risally faivior what "oily." Their judgment was affirmed; could advocate one thing in one place J3;ls)auno. I think 4ho plaiik In tho U tlio not a single candidate slipped, kicked to one set of men and another and a Democratic platform which relate to aiey recite in thdr pUttonm It is or nor would they have: they done so even though the convention different thing in a different, place to a this subject will appeal to you, Tn tne .urjuna that in all the years different set of men. Some for doing first, place they wish "to remove the mmm aiinnwr -- """' ' Iwre controlled ,Ui General Assembly had reversed itself on most material nothing. Some wanted to carry water Prison Commission from politics" but little remarkable diat they points. The only observable read- on both shoulders, some wanted to that committee on resolutions being of 'alignment is the position nawr put any of thoni upon the justment Hon. Henry Watterson, who carry water on one shoulder and whis- inexpert in the use of language, did of the unconthe some the SaaJe hooka. The Demaoraitlc plat-dct- aa had arrogated to himself the right of key on aboutother; method werecarrying not know that either of wouldwords of or have the cerned significant In its absolute leadership, but abdicated and named is water, but would not agree that the committed them on this question, and BeckAtijisnce About 'the rodlstrictilng of Iblte as his successor "shoulder" was the proper part of the consequently they had recourse to ham. This was something of a sur- anatomy on which to carry whiskey. neither. rogis-fcaUSialvi the iwal of the odious prise as it was generally conceded that About the paragraph relating to local They commend the present Board of oon-trojrtliflaatc!, ib'.pantlsan the Hon. Henry by the right of sen- option, there was a contention and a Prison Commission for the wise manoT prisons and o'Jwr Important iority, similarity of taste and the predivision, 663 voted for and 514 voting agement of fhe institutions under its lueaMcns upra which the Republicans disposition of the greater number of against. From surface indications the care, but consider the method of selecof the convention would ifb declined ithymsjlvos without equl the delegates under banners flaunting convention, if labeled by a Pure Drug tion under which such beneficient reagain lead expert, would read, 663 parts water, sults were obtained as unwise, They ViUcsUoo. the boozy inscriptions "No prohibi- 514 parts whiskey; but the impression suggest that the appointment be left .MIL. GAKN'ER"S SPEECH. tionist can be a Democrat," "While we is that the delegates were more con in the hands of the Governor (with live let us drink," "J.eave us the race cerned about influencing the voter in the mental reservation, of course, that 3It. Chairman and Gentlemen: The iirst question which suggests track and sideboard or leave us", and this election than they were about in- he' he a Democrat) which w.ould only 'tielf for solution is: Was this quad- - other likei moral suggestions of the fluencing the legislation of the next change the method of selecting the NOTE HEADS CARDS jrjumlal citation for tho oEfiioei of Gov-"'.n- ar brewers; instead of which, he is con Assembly. It is also claimed, that Commission, but affording no relief in merely to give an op- - fessedly "limping in the rear with a this vote did not represent the real the manner of conducting the instiintended lameness so pronounced, a gait so views of the convention, for the rea- tutions.. For fear the Governor will orluuity to the people of this ENVELOPES POSTCARDS to compliment some of her halting and a rear so receding that son that there was a larger per cent of not be a Democrat, they reserve an jisinjguished citizens, or does the there is a possibility of his losing sight the 663 who voted for water and option by inserting "or such other have real need for an Executive? of the trail. In' open convention Air. wanted whiskey, than there were ol method as the General Assembly may BLOTTERS BILLHEADS T !i ihe first proposition be true, there Watterson avowed a purpose of fol- 514 who voted for whiskey and wanted provide." fhe same General Assem- Julie danger of mistake in choos-.-yjlh- lowing McCrcary to hell, but later he water. There was a division of opin- bly, whose wisdom as electors is " of the two gentlemen who declined when he found the conven- ion as to whether the Constitution can be thoroughly relied upon LETTERHEADS' PROGRAMS .: ihis distinction; but if this it not tion as a matter of expediency had was ever a law to the Legislature; to provide a method which will be he purpose and there is an use for forced McCrcary to go by water. universally satisfactory. on the question of "Local Option" It is still to citizenship dieiiiatids a. Coventor, It is possible that his usefulness will they were nearly evenly divided, remain a part of a political machine, STATEMENT HEADS SHIPPING TAGS not be restricted by his position in the but upon the question of fairly 'isat .you divest yourself of but the choice of machinist is to be judge fairly between rear; at the end of the campaign in the State they were silent transferred to a different authority. 'hem. and upon your conscience vote November, when the Democratic par- and noiircommittal; without the au Theoretically they are in favor of . CIRCULARS LABELS ' x ihe one best fitted to serve the ty is defeated at the polls, he may be dacity to defend, but ignoring with clean elections; they "favor a corrupt in exactly the right place to cover'thc evident approval the repeated refusal practice act which shall determine Lactic The next question that arises is retreat. Many retreats have been cov- of democratic legislatures to redistrict what campaign expenses shall be legitBOOKLETS STOCK FORMS what character of man has Kentucky ered by this grim, maimed old warrior the State with some semblance of fair? imate," but it is not clear whether orfl for as Governor? The two can- - who for a half a hundred years has ncss. It was not to them a matter this includes or excludes-'th- e Four Sikai--s who are asking your suffrage fought in the fore front of every bat- worthy of consideration that the Dem Thousand Dollars the candidate for ORDER BLANKS CATALOGUES use strongly contrasted, having little tie occurring in his day, sometimes ocratic county of Meade, with a popu- Governor is expected to pay. It is in common except gentility. Permit right, but oftener wrong, but whether lation of less than 10,000, now has one peculiar in this connection that it had c to make some comparisons of the right or wrong his sword flashed fire representative in the Legislature; not occurred to someone of the thir-HORTGAGE'BLANKS J DEED BLANKS icicicteristics of the two candidates fromevery helmet struck. Mr. Wat- whilst jointly the Republican counties teen who composed this Committee on designating; you can assort terson and his surroundings may have of Bell, Harlan, Perry and Leslie, Resolutions to offer a practical sug Jrm nw1 TitKitTii tliiMii tn nm or the their paralle It history. It will be with a population of over 59,000 now gestion by avowing a purpose to re 3ii.fr ns vour liiHltniieiit siiL'tiests. and remembered that Napoleon and his have only one representative; and that peal the law requiring registration cer honld you' decide that the character- Grand Army had determined to make in sixteen other districts which are tificates. The committee were possiisations arc not overdrawn and that their headquarters at the capital of Democratic, with an aggregate popu- bly not aware that there is a market arnil I ascribe tnem alike, we may Russia but his claim of occupancy lation of less than 191,000 now have value for every vote seller's certificate jRrre.ns to who is the most suitable was not based on merit and was inde- sixteen representatives in the Legis- in every city in the State; but rememine for the position. One is positive, fensible; his army was depleted by lire lature, while sixteen other districts bering the committee's forgetfulness ..cme add progressive the other is and frosts and when tl)e remnant of which arc Republican, with a popula- in other instances, it is only a fair Let Us Submit Estimate on Your Next Work. ejpaive, passive and retrogressive; that wasted and defeated army passed tion of more than 500,000 now have supposition that they had once known in the into neutral territory the single arm of only sixteen representatives. Such ab- of it, but it had escaped their memory. tk: has his career of All Work Guaranteed. battle-scarre- d ii that the other lias passed his The Lobby to them it seems has a solute unfairness by numerous legisusefulness; one is the leader grand old Marshall of France protect- latures' is inexcusable; and the failure reciprocal side, under some conditions of 1 i jpuiblic opinion the other waits for ed the rear as It crossed the Berisina of the Democratic party in conven- the Lobby appeals to them and doubtto "blaze the way"; bridge. j. note opinion tion to urge an equitable redisricting less under some conditions they appeal v nc Js for doing some things that are Let us contrast the nominations and of the State is indefensible. It is diffi- to the Lobby n jflium, and for undoing some things the platforms The members of the cult to believe that such conditions In the matter of'changlng our arch-ai- c Vi revenue laws, so satisfied are they iatTire done, stating what and why Republican convention were the rep exist in a State claiming to have a he other is content to let most things resentatives of the will and purpose representative government; and i Is with the unquestioned wisdom and the rma'm as they arc hut. if the people of the large majority of their party in doubly surprising when done with the past achievements of our legislatures, ttanV there isitoo much of anything the State. They held a "wide open approval of the party whose name that they propose to amend the Conreducing it and if door" for all aspirants for office, both implies the rule of the people. It is stitution by broadening the 'powers of l:e is in'fa.vor-o. the rich and the poor were eligible and true that there Is an implied promise the General Assembly, so that it may they Hhiilk 'there is too little of is in favor of increasing it; were unbarred by an entrance fee. that they will hereafter recognize the classify property for taxation, at which nc wants to make an epoch in Ken- The convention was praticcally unani Constitution more frequently than classification the interests will have tucky's history the other wants to mous in adopting a platform definite, formerly, provided, of course, it is representatives who will make it interjrrutad out a lifetime of office IN office; concise and unambiguous. Stating ex not in conflict with their notions of esting for the other representative. plicitly what it was for and what what a constitution ought to be, or . ne stands alone for State betterment They make no mention of the d authority under the. Constitution and time of life you are presumed to have - jthe oilier stands along for personal against. Asserting what remedial leg. that it does not disarrange some prequestion of the repeal of the the majority in the legislature all a trained mind capable of discriminatVeTerment; one asks your vote for islation ought to be enacted and what arranged plan. This is more ol a con- law which does not permit a man to these years, they have failed to do ing between men and among measures. icious legislation should be repealed. cession than appears on its face; to be nominated by more than one party any of these very things. is ambitious to accomplish lie Your first duty is to the State; she has t f.trt ihcr asks your vote to accomplish Saying exactly what they meant and fully appreciate the length of this step t the same election. The reason probThe Democratic party in Kentucky a right to expect every man.u'nson-trolle- d Vis ambition; one contends for what meaning exactly what they said. in the right direction, it is necessary ably for this is ,to yoke some good k largely infadu up ot hoiwet, jiatrtotlc by either habit or 'prejudice in The Democratic nominees were' the to recall that tlie leaders of the major man with a bad ticket and make him men, who in many instances within the, he conceives to be best the other acthe exercise of his judgment, to vote is conceded to be exped-trts- ti announced result of a Primary' elec- ity party in the legislature have prac- pull the whole bunch through, cepts what It past dozen years, have been most for the protection of her interest. The one has a position about every tion. "Primary" election is a niUno-mc- r tically ignored the constitution since couldn't be a fear that the Republicans atrociously advised by some of its time has come when Kentucky wants when applied to their candidate its adoption. There are, however, would nominate a Democrat, therefore, leaders. The chief care of the beneTaejrtion the other Jus a question to cease "limping in the rear" of the every position; one has a pur-vo- for Governor who took a some members of the legislature who it must be thaf they were afraid the ficiaries was to stir up prejudice and States and take her place in the front, course far back in the preceding arc less blamable, never having read (Democrats would nominate a Repub passion n order to hold themselves in his election the other has which she once held and ought how as elcclicui a3 his purpose; one seeks century, and was supposed to have the constitution, and having no idea of lican. and friands in office, It is your priv- to have. It is not a question between to do something for made his farewell campaign against its purpose, provisions or authority. --in opportunity If the Democratic party had ex- ilege to determine this question. You O'Rear and MeCreary, but he Sttte 'flic other seeks opportun-r-tve- s Deckliam, but even now to call this The committee on "Resolutions" pected the people to swallow this plat- are the arbiters ef the policy of the between bad geyernweHt a qution and good do something his last appearance would be hazard- who drew the platform should have form "hook, line and sinker;" it was State. The right of the elective franlor 'the State to government, batwaan dor him; one disregarding political ous. It was an exclusive primary been designated as the committee of due ta the intelligence of the people chise was conferred upon you as a and advaneemant, batwewt th Ka- If the Republicaji to have baited it with some reasonable trust; it it by law withheld until you tueky of yesterday ami twiruences .said "these are my open only to the rich, with ait entrance "irresolutions". the Kentucky xjvcws" the other with obsequious- - fee from seven hundred and fifty to party had taken the precaution to have explanation of why, having had the became of age, mature men, at which of tomorrow, JOHN E. GARNER IS PIT FOR O'REAR a four thousand dollurs, which precluded had Iheir platform copyrighted1 there would Mart been few' ;cotnmndable the pottiMlitjr bf y poor imri's Jointly the camhtates polled kliiiHt in the Democrat It platform. about 46 pc cent of the ttrfltfth Thare Was,onH adroit phrase in tlii in,' hflt it'smaeks of insincerity, of the party in the State. Whera fw jl U not the exprension of strong o$ were nearly evenly divitkd Wt can-Jidnc- y. . W.S CASTORIft Farmer at You Have The Always Bought r Bears the Signature of wf fV JVlcCreary Stands for any old Thing r J J .1 iV eii In rf-T- A Ayr 3y r Use For Over j Thirty Years s Dam-ocia- Ja CASTORIA side-steppe- d, ain toe non-partis- -- oa cl LET US PRINT YOUR V ,-- .', cr d unreason--mjartj.-anslii- p, - u-j- 11 -- t ;n Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable. ca-"ft- smoke-begrime- d, 1 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Phono No.ba f HARTFORD, KY. ifi -- much-discusse- .iat ft sc post-gradua- te f rtrgraio A i' t k- - . 4 - I 4 CASH ONLY BUYS Dont Throw this aside, it will Save you many Dollars, read J iu uuii A,- Hartford's Leading and most Reliable Outfitters for Men Women and Children - mm GOODS CHARGED The New York Store. The en- CarefullyNO t. TEE NEW TORE STORE J". ID. " FEE2ID, Proprietor, As I have accepted a position from the 1st day of January 1912, and have already signed up a contract to go work from the day 1, 1912. I mention, therefore I must sell out my entire stock and quit business- by January This Gigantic Sale, Nothing like it Before Nothing Like it Will Ever Occur Again so Don't Miss this Great Sale. Dry Goods, Clothing, Worth of seasonable Shoes, Hats and Ladies Coat Suits, Jackets, Skirts, Trunks, Valises, will be at public mercy to be slaughtered in 90 days. te t And remember that our entire Stock is 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 BEGINNING $10,000 Notice! THURSDAY. OCT. life-timG 5, 'II. ONEPRIGETOYOUALL! 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 overcharged. 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 MONEY-SAVIN- And will continue this Sale until every article in the house will be sold out. We will positively move nothing. The New York Store e Come, you dare not do an injustice to yourself and family by stares you in the face. Now is the opportunity of your 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; for we know that you understand what SELLING-OUTO 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 Oct. 4. BE CLOSED Wed-nesda- $200 REWARD OFFERED! TUE DI1RI If lUL rUDLIb this Two days, Tuesday, Oct. 3, and y, J. P. 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. h ,"l An army of assistants busy day and night arranging will be and marking down the entire stock. Be patient and reserve your trading for this sale. legitimate 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. Can be confident that Sale will be a Sale from start to finish. Wait, Watch and Wait Save this document, let nothing: keep you away from this Sale. Positively-opeThursday October, 5, 1911. 9 a. m. Ihe $5 JNew York More Below we Quote a few of the Wonderful, Marvelous, Extraordinary Bargains we are Putting Forth and Remember there are Thousands we cannot Mention. De$2.00 $3.50 " Dry Goods and Dress Goods Notion and Furnishing Department. 10 6o partment. 10c Hose, Men's, Ladles' 15c 25c 10c 10c 15c Oc Men's all Wool Sweaters.. $1.19 Ladies all Wool Sweaters $1.98 In all colors yds of the very best calico.... 39c 41-- 2 Bleach or Brawn Cotton ., Gc and 7c 8c Bleach Cotton... 10c Bleach 71-- 2 or Brown Ootton ... 81-- 2 12c Hops Cotton a yard wide. 8c and'lOc Lawn only a few yards left, iw yard 8c Apron Ginghams 10c Dress Ginghams 12c and 15c Dress Ginghams, latest, colors 23c Tiger Brand Hoso for chil- 31-2- c Children's Hose '. Hose Ladles' Handkerchiefs .Men's Handkerchiefs Men's and Ladles' Hand- - 9c 19c 2c 4c 7c 3c Mens Youths' and Children's Clothing Department. krohIets Buttons.. Needles all sizes 5c Brass Pins 'all sizes 5c Pearl -- 35c Boys Overalls, ela?s from 4 23c to 15 50c Men's and Youth's Overalls.. 3Sc $1.10 $2.00 $1.75 , $3.50 $1.50 $2.00 8c 9c ICc ' lc 3c 7c ISc dren 121-2- c ' i p i 9c Percals a yard wide ,..Gc 8c Outing Flannel 81-2- c 10c Oupiagt Flannel 121-2- c Outing Flannel In all 9c colors 121-2- c Dress Flannelets all col- 9c ,. .' ora 60c and 75c all Wool Serge Owsa 39c goods a yard wide 50c and 75c Silk, all colors pen ' 32c , yard Table Oil Cloth in all colors.... 17c 35c Table Linen Red and Blue 22c only 30c 50c White Table Linen 75c and $1.00 White Table Linen. .48c 9c 15c Bod Ticking 19c 25c Feather Ticking 25c Extra Heavy Blue Demini.. 17c 12c Extra Heavy Shirting goods. ,8 2 per, 1.00 Blankets, 'large slae -1-- 10c 25c 50c 50c 50c ' Suspondjrs Suspenders . .. .,24c Suspenders 39c Men's Work Shirts Mr3n's Fleeced lined Shirts 39c and Drawers Childr-erfextra Union Suits Overalls, extra Men's hvavy Men's Army-- Pants extra heavy Men's Corduroy Panits,idark colors and $4.00 Men's ' Corduroy Pants in allcolors Meal's Casdmere Pants made to 89c $1.19 1.15 2.29 7.39 and $12.50 Youths Suits Youths Suits in all colors.. 8.99 $2..50 and $3 Russian Blouse Knee 1.C3 Suits with belts $5 Blue Senge Kn-- e Suits with 3.23 Sailor Collars $3.50 Knee Suits, Light and Brown 1.C9 Chocks $5 Knee Suits in dark colors.... 3.43 $G and $C50 Knee Suits in nil 4.89 colors $4 and $5 Little Boys Overcoata 2.19 all colors $10 Youth's Overcoats, sizes 14 4.S9 to 20, all colors $10 Men's Overcoats In Gre-iand 4.9S Brown $15 Men's Cravenette Overcoata S.9S In dark only $22.50 Men's Cravenett Overcoats guaranteed water .proof. . 12.48 $12 $13 Children's Bear Skin Coats, slzos 8 to 12 $3.50 Misses Long Coats $G Misses Long Coats 3.S9 2.29 3.99 X Men's and Youth's Hat and. Cap Department. $2 $3 $3.50 Men's Hats in Black and Gray Men's Hats Jn all colors.... 9Scr 1.3S. and $4., the J. B. S. Has 1.89 7c to 4Sc1 all styles Caps In all the latest styles from Shoes for the Whole Family W0 are expecting our shoe. In a tiiom few days and wo will have cluaper than any house in town, soil will pay you to wait until oura come and wo wi.II have them on display in our stone on counters. 92c $1.19 1.78 1.98 3.29 19c Ladies Union Suits, extra Heavy.. 39c iHcavy $1.25 Men's Union Suits, extra. heavy 50c Mxm's and Boys Belts...... 10c Men's Work Gloves 75c Men's and Boys Leather Gloves $1.25 and $1.50 Men's and Boys S9c 19c 7c 4Gc Men's Pants all wool guaranteed $3.00 Men's Pants all wool guaranteed.' 60 pairs of Light Gray Pants, $4.00 and $4.50 the $4.50 and $5.00 Pants in all latest stylos and colors.. $7.50 ' $12jOO Ladies' Ready-to-We- ar De- partment. Ladles' Ready Made Skirts all col$1.G3 to $3.98 ors from dn Gray on$8.00 Ladles' Suits 4.98 ly, latest out $10 Ladles Suits in Block and C98 Dark Gray $18 Ladles' Suits, Blue, Green and 10.98 Red in $6.00 and $7.50 Long Coats 4.38 Black only. $10 Ladlos' Long Coats in Dark C48 Brawn $12.50 Ladies' Long Coats, Green 8.3S Light and Brown $18 Ladles' Carragan Coats, Guar9.98 anteed $3 Children's Boar Skin Coats.. 1.78 Trunks and Valls.s all during this Great Closing out Sale will go at halC price. 1 Lot of Men's Odd Coats In and Brown, worth all the way $7 to $8.50 a coat, our price they last MEN'S SUITS AND OVEItOQATS. 92c 43c 89o i , Leather Glovos, 50c and 75c Corsjeta $1.25 and Corsets the C. B. and W. T. Brand Laddca Vests and Pants extra Drawers. . . .,. . $1.25 iMen'a Flannel Top 'Shirts.. $1-5- and all $8.00 te Mon's Sulta 2.9S Blue from while $4.19 0 89c S9c 19c Men's Suits In Gray and 8.98 Brown $15.00 Men's Suits In all colors.. 9.C3 Suits In light $18 and $20 s , gray $18 10.C3 10c Towels each during up to 1912, each Jan. 3( . $2.00 $5.00 $2.00 Blankets, extra large size.. $1.19 Woolen Blankets per pair.. $3.39 $1.19 Quilts extra Heavy fair 49o iHa&vyi $1.25 iMen's all Wool Shirts and $1.75 and $2.00 Men's Flannel Top Shirts $LK and $20 Men's Suits in Bluo Serge and all colons...... 11.43 $22.50 Men's Suits in all the la12.93 test styles 15c Towels each 25c and 35c Towels eaoh 50c and 75c Pure Linen Tqwola 5c 9o 19 1 Wfe each 4t 4ft $ Pricee 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. STRICTLY CASH Prices Smashed account of the extreme prices all to Pieces. quoted this circular, positively On low on goods will be sold on credit. no This Means Youl We are expecting enormous crowds at this Sale, therefore BE PATIENT we ask , the public to bo patient and wait e will be for your turn. Plenty extra 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-peopl- Please Take All persons indebted to us will please call and NOTICE. 1 So settle their accounts before we leave Hartford, as you all know it takes money to run business. So please call and settle your accounts. let nothing The entire front of this store will be covered with red and white lettered signs and banners with the words, SELLING OUT SALE printed on same. The hour is set and the date is appointed. keep you away, from the mighty Cloaing.Out Sale. Remember the place across the street from Cooper & Co. Livery Stable. i J. D. REED, Proprietor NEW YORK STORE BEWARE OF IMITATORS Hartford, Kentucky, j , fm$ wkhout puttlnig ourtijlvr.a umtozr I (b. Disappoiited. r.iMi t Miittlite li ratlrvn in tMA nwrV wba sn ladloition h l should large ebbcoh in few. (tensing ttio to radically wror. A S'Rte tMrrmn ftH communications of, Kentucky, as ' ey hnvj be enacted which would, protect tlnswi Republican. Tfe Hertford Catwda, elt. 21. The Mantcral, men with ewry posBible precaution, done for twwty y ars, don't you dares oiewimMit and r:lproclty ito place plaea ms under u:h Cblfgations. io an Laurler compelling tho mine awnetB Tocx.acx'Koxracs. ovenwh flmingly defeated in thj ...... ..- .O'WJra.'torlfc.ri.A.. 0. ev!ry neo ssary appliance of Uielntust' Interest if (hat kind, net lemr3o It were el'ctlona held today. esey reach to pro Is tho lvr..,-...-.-. Si. Inventions with'n inti;ert, but bcau?? Jtouflrfe. By a veritablo landslide, the Lib vent loss of llfo In case of unayoida. it is any kind of Interest which Is vote of (Jonty-thre- e FRIDAY, OCTODER G. bio accidents. None of our mines an concerned in suspending the Constitu- eral Conservative swept a f ay, and the now kept In tha condition, whiich they tion of KeniiuoKy. (Applause)' "Now, I am golns ito put to Mr. party eourel owe of tho heaviest should bo at all times, hucau$e the REPUBLICAN TICKET fifty any Caupwards of owners dtslre to savo money and ai3 Wocdson (of the Owenaboro Mesaen-g:r- ) J ;. and his candidates a proposfttilon, nadian party uvier had- - SjVtn cabioft times too stingy to appropriate suf , ficient funds to glvo the necessary too, in public. I will iji that our cam net nilnktUiris were defeated : it Ior Governor, protection. palgn Caxmititea shall publWh under Tha Llbrrak lot igfround in prac, O'REAR, EDiWlARD oath, and lih'lr books. shall bo suhjent tically every province of tho dct.n1n- at Mt. StorUnfi. conven- to Jnapa'jlen, every dollar, eontnlbutc'i lon. On'nrio, the Lading Tho Democratic rarty in province, tion refused to adopt in their plat- and how much, and showing how It declared almcst unanimously o,g:ir.nst Tor Lieutenant. Governor, form a plank against contract con- was usied, ten daj-- before tho elcctlor, tho" adailnlatrat'on and rciiirocity U L. BRI8T0W, of Gworgotqwn. vict labor and for that thiey haveibeen. if they will do the .fame thing. (Groat ReiaTt h. Bordon, Knder cf tho '' of Applause) That is our platform.hat ConeerA-atives- , dnoumoed by the labor unions will becom'S' tho prime Attorney General, ! Jtar m the is what wo stand for." In Louisville. Tho truth Js that minister. 1H0 will b support d auioe". b. McGregor, n Democratic Committee on nasolutlona majority parliament by a working of Beaton. was not allonvd to .plaoe h plank of far more than ample for his purAN ANSWER TO "F. P." Pot Auditor, -' this kind in the jilaifcitm Iwcauaa it poses. XJBONABI) W. BEJTHHRUM, was dominated (by tho Prlsoni Comimir- - Last week an article was published defeat mears the . Tho Kovern-menf aft.. Vernon. sloncrs who are closety. connccted1'wlth in the Hartford Herald by a gentle-- Fdelding-Kno- x reclprocty agveemcnlt, the Third Houte. Tho Rupubllcans &y man whov signed his name as "Fair ratified by theAmenican congress in Treasurer, claratlon iipou tihls subjvlct is as fol- Play." In this article, as we statrad extra session, will not too Introduced USTTSUAN F. MONROE, everything in our issuo last week, lows: j when tho Twelfth parliament ossam- at Louisville, would "We demand the cnootiment of a was said by the writer that blos next month, and a revised basis onetary of State, , For control have a t:ndency to lower C. E. 'Woods of .trade with the United States, look law providing for A- - J. OLIVER, institutions, of Rlcmond, morally, socially and po- ing to closer commercial of- .penal and charitable relations, C Bcottsrtlla s and for the Abolition of contract con litically, beforb the public. wiill not be poesltora in the imnrodiafo of Agriculture, vict labor; and .wo denounce the Board in our issue of Sept 29 wo published future. Tho Conservatives are comfm Ooss4siotierCLARK, Woods ,by a mitted D. W. hirin a tribute to of Prison Commlss'jonjers in tothe polity trade expansion of wirhdn 'the empire of BarbourvlHe. out the children under their chargo at Christian minister of the city and a closed door ; tlie Reforai School for tho benefit of Richmond. This antlcle was a length against the UniUd States. 7 to Superintendent of Public whoso morals and education that in- one, and published in tho Richmond Although tha defeat of fiaatruotdon, le Climax on March 10, 1911. This stitution was originally estahlfelltd., the Liberal party also mean's the reT. Vf. VINSON, cLnrly by Rev. E. B. Barnes tirement from public life ctf Sir Wll-fne- d of Princeton. showed how the people of Mr. Woods' THE HERALD IS CALLED. Laurier. Several times during home town fesl albout him and the the bitter campaign, proceeding toTt Clertt Count of Appeals, "Week before last Tha Republican ' high esteem in which he Is held. C. 8. WJLBON, ' day's el.ctlon, the venerable premier quoted from a speech made iby SenaNow this week the "Fair Play" (?) said of WUlIomatnirg. of his party at the the tor .MoCivary, Democratic nomlneafior writer in the Herald attempts to dis- pulls meant on end of Btafce-mohis caroer; Governor, at llodgeiLsvllle, this Par Senator, i. countenance everything good that is that the Republican party was said ,by this Cristlan minister, concern- that ho never would consent to lend HOLftfAN, C Co minoruty in opposltanl tha a panto' of assassination, or worlds to of Uoraantawn. 'Play" says the Consenvatlvw government. Herald ing Mr. Woods. As "Fair that effect. The Hartford go to Richmond Rev Wmt ReinrosanjtatAve Ohio County, The results at 10 o'clock tonight, last week called on us to produce until Barnes did not uJly, 1910, and then "F.-P.- " with a ,w distant constltuenclea os-by McCreary. J. A. LEACH, such statemcnit made contlnu s to recite that tho minister f.mated,were: of Beaver Dam. Liberals, 81; Conser We have not tho a'iitomeE'i f rom tho Mr. does not know anything about Opposition majority 131. HodgensiiU) ap?ch vatives, 'beoforo us, but went 50. we quote from the Senator's Fal Woods, and that the Vote for Judge OIterr and clean mouth speech made Monday of this to him and told him of his achieveTAFT DISAPPOINTED ments. All night. 1W0 will Just take .politics should bo the motto of evory wieek, a- - 21. Kaltmnzojo, Mloh., and roportvd dn the Cpuritir- - you his cltlzan who has the ,wiolfare of at your word. President Taft, at .the banquet Journal pa follows: Is It at all reasonable itlhat a imstor given State at heart. in his honor here tonight, Paid: "He saiid it had fo:en sliowm In the of a large Christian Church in tho city that "I have juat hen informed The R ipuhlican platform also con past that tiho Democratic party was of Richmond, Ky., who had ite-jin reciprocity has failed law one of progross, advancement, in Canada, and tains tho .following plank which should that city from July 1910 to March 10, disappointment. .rfiould apiMil to laboring pople and and order, and that against this (was 1911 would pay this remarkable tribute for me it is a great I had hoped that It would toe put jvcord of the REPUBLICAN PAR the friends of Labor: the man of whom he knew nothing through to proie the correctness of TY IN KENTUCKY OF ASSASSINA- toa "We favor the adoption of a juat whatever about? my judgment that it would .bo a good for TION and insecurity of life and prop and conservative law providing Ana the mlulst-onin the haiblt and thing for iboth countries. erty." tie arbitration of labor disputes." any tit db en If we rcmuimber right the Hartford in fact i3 It luiown that "it takes tiwo to make a bargain, ever paid a tribute to anyone, with- and If Canada d.cllne, we can still The Murray Ledger In Calloway Herald called on us to roduce this, they said was go on doing business at county Is another strong Democratic or admit that we had lied. Nqw, will out first knowing what the old stand." paper mulch lio3 came out for O'Rear the Hantford Herald atlmlpt that it true? Are not the ministiffs of today and and tho Republican ticket within the at Least has been caught In ft mLalaleei? especially ministers who have churchy week. It now looks as though Of course, we know Ihat It would not GoodFarm for Sale. Jat In cltle" the size of Richmond, Ky., the Democratic majority in the First sloop to lie. it might have Senator thinking pojple and mn who know Containing 65 acres, on Beaver Dam Congressional District vujl be wipsd McCreary when ha speaks at Haitiford mile talking about 'befon and Hartford pike, one-ha- lf joirt. on the 12th ins-tan-t etate whether what they arte opinfrom Beaver Dam. Good five room language they make their s.mtlnients and or not he ever used such house, good out buildings, 8 acres dn It la somewhat amusing to read tho as ineported above. We only know ions known to the public? "F.-Pand says Iiat he a "finer Chris- wood land. Plenty of water, .attempts of .Wattercon In the Courier- - what tlie Courier-Jeurn- al and other sell of papiirs quottu him as saying in his tian gentkjnian" 113 never kneWMtfcan fruits of all kinds. Also will convict Judge O'lUor Journal to this horses, cattle, hogs and fanning imRev. E. B. Barn., who paid forming an alliance wltili itho whiskey QlieoclK-s-. Republicans will be asked U. plements. For further particulars interests when everyone knows 'that If to listen to ilitiSi sivakcra on the remarkable tribute to Clarence te call on, JOSEPH h. WILLIAMS, beWoods, who has bolted his home ifa Editor of the Courier-Journ- al 12th JiiBt., denounced as assassins, Bjaver Dam, Ky. and will vote for Judgw O'Rear. 10U lieved this ho would be Minporttag etc., and then vote for them, i with Weil, then Is Jt consistent O'Jlear outright- - The Editor of the Saved His Mother's Life. Courier-Journa- l that Mr. ""F.-P.- " tlint statemtJit, is now attainting o JUDGE O'REAR CONVINCES "Four doctors had given me up," you come along and say that Mr. from lead Uiroperanco voters away Judge E. C. O'Rtnr, the Roimbllcan Woods has gone to the minister aad writes .Mrs. Lnura Gain s, of Avoca, Judge O'Rear, the same class of peoGov-rao- r. conipljtjy askwd him to tray this tribu'te? La., "and my children and all my ple whom It has btvn denouncing as candidate for convilnced his Paducali nudlcnco of you not think that Rov. Barnes friends wre looking for, me to die, Do "llypocrlts and Red No d Angels." his eincedty on the. liquor, qif sUon would flnst investigate tiv-when my boh Insisted Uiat I us& AIcDjimiotit when ho anaweiisd tlie xlraiagant ar Messrs. McCreary and If Clarence Woods did go to him und ELaotric Bitters. 1 did' so, nud th.py ioth say that it is impossible! tor ticle in tlio OwenEboio MetAjnger Btat- - tell him these things? have done me a world of good. I will O'Rear to cany out itho , Judge r lng that J. W. McCullouch. a dlsLHl- - Do you suppose that a man who fca'i always praise thfam. ' Electric BHwtxjrs tforms which he proposes it he should er, Is collecting campaign ifunds for bo.'n In Richmond for niiariy a is a priceless bleisring to women trouoe elected. In answer to this Judge the Republicans. As ivtportied In the would itako uVjerythlng for' granted? bled with fainting and dlziy tipfeJls, Judge O'ili.-aO'Jlear eays,"WeM,I hay no advantage Courier-Journa- l, said: In a yeans time would he not knonv backache, headache, weakness, debili"Mr. McCullouch is a mtmnber of for I tMnk It can be done. I desire that state of affairs? ty, constipation or kidnej' disordfjra. the it should bo done, and am willing to tho Republican State Executive Com- And hln.lf "F.-P- ." yet, that Use them and gain new lioBlth.sOitflgth! assets iry." McCreary and MoDtirmott both mittee ekcted by ili-- Republicans of this lnlnJsiet-- , for whom he has a and vJgor. They're guaranteed to sat.say they do not want It done. It is the Second DIstrltc, wfiore I do not .high regard, lias had ltvj wool pull- isfy or money nefundjd. Only COc at impossUde, and they are not milling live and have no vote. As almetmher all druggists. m ed over his eyes. to fry. We like to have a man who lb of that committee lie Is a member "F.-P.- " asserts that SloCrearyis his nrJJJlng to try. Enry other voter of lli3 State Camralgn Cbm- - friend. That Is all right No one has Special Inducement for the Teachway about it vbould feel the same nutti. The Sitite Canniwign .Conmilt- - evifj ,boen heard to raise obiejcilon to ers Trip, tee has &&n proivr to organize, an JLast week; when Judge. O'Rear apole that, and no one carpg a snap if ho The following merchants of Ohio Auxiliary Commltteo at ilunray hm ,wns inituruptad In the Second districts, and for the First and does get a mimeographed, letter from county, Ky., will give one railroad Mr. McCullouch Uie Senator, like hundids of others speech by a nan r.am-- d midst of hds Is made a member. He was nvadta get, thatiking him for his "services. rare, worth $3.00, for the teachers' Colrauan, who had btva chairman the chairman (of th Finance- Buivau) and and little. Rut one question does arij trip to Louisville. trustecfi ei. tho Democratic County Comni my knowledge and his business sought to start a row nnd bnak with have a strong Mammoth Cave and Bowling Green, that is de Mr. "F.-P.- " Jle to help eolket fund enough, if I s Wondghl t Mr MoCftWV than up 4&e meeting. He got the wonst of to any teacher or trustee who purt ho. cojj get them from thrj Republican! M, es these persons who Interrupt pub lutivd against Mr. Woods? We lre-who lli-- in the3 two dhtricts, to chases from any one of fihean goods, , to let his artlclea answer Jie speakings always do, and the help oy the legltimatu oppenaes of between Sept 1 and Oat 1, 1911, beos th y will by reading made many votes from It. onganlzaton of the Campaign Coman, tween lines. amounting to $36.00, for "We hope no 'Republican will he nude mittee, which get out the Republican, .vote, aoHgh Jo lntemupt a Democratic speak cash Is paid: The Hartford Drug to pay the way to tlie polls of the img at any of the meetings during the. Where did Tkey Go? Co., Barnard & Co., Carsos & Co, poor, of the Lame, of, tlie halt and the gn. If you attend a Grandma says ,wo II tile witchos, blind, who can't set thune of their New York Store, of Hartford; S. J. aattea" what tho weaker may say, own mean. Isow, Maka her dfop eo many Btifch&a, if that la wrong, Ttehesor, Mclleery; The iWllsen If we tin orderly and ixpeetful. Lauggilng till she fairly slua4w, are wrongs It is up to you to say Co., (Inoorporated), Lanusa yw do not want to hear what m& It is also k to,dtfray the expenaes of At our pranks, but she mistakes. gpoaJter lias to say, you can imrao-UtAd- y my bit tie bas- Cobb, Abrabaa 'Sbapero.C. K. Wari For .when I .brought speaker, exnoopt thevfe wlw are candirutlre, or you can remain ft Co., (Inoorporated), C. B. Cardea, dates, to pay the hotel bills of the ket, altctg-jtlw- r. amy from the nwetfng it owmitltU'e and tile postage and tho (Just mysielf, she didn't ak H) of Fordavllle. 8tf U a. dfcjjraoo to interrupt a public printing and the advertising, to iay To hunt h-- kjbUchi on tlw floo updating to thto ehillzo age. (A doaen dropped, sbe said, or ore for, the music and tim renting of opera Tke lUublioMi StaU ptaifoiun teoii-iai- houses, ttc. 1 don't know what you Tber,e wan't ou, that 1 could Nnd, FIR FLETCHER'S Poor Goer OrwulBift must be sUii) the folloiwjng pkuk whta4 rfwul think, about it. ' "Now, be hi askvd to do ' IP tA Vnm In .Ohio ewty, j Ut. He bUad. and etber oottR)!1e ef Mte SMk: for the fwthwr "We fai-or protctloi of miners fro amMnwry l'om bodily hijury.' BaVrrd erB H lwM lit ofth tbo JSartferd, Kj.. It la a weX Lhmwji X.Kt tmt. Kentucky col minors aia n4veH hn lea?, proteitfcn mfi.' our SWe taws C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER of any State n tho Union. The whole EDITORS litfjs in many of ow lanfa RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER tale loss of t,welvojwoUis niln'fl wlthto th'j PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. Hartford Republican. lgJw 1mm mti nor roostrst liwtrue-tlon- s bat 1 am ao'c to gtri Am tmm htstfMtlons rktbi3r totrtsM. I ,. J to iMSCiwot h!m, If ttMy hrlino kmbt nsoMt what, h 3 it o!ns to do, so mi, Mr. MfcOulloucl receive a single dtflar of oMtrsbutlon Was wbt.aragPA Irom W IrTJrmmf AtfREEMEHT I k. r Jj. t r Uur jiw.wjsmw- w- WS, Thta is the point I I wi tfc x always m Ihmpc tot of walking .A w MUINCANAIA 0 wwhelmlfgly Defeated !i Elections Fres. Taft '- m fromay dtetlller in if we cn:t Kofiim. (Ap-piaus- e) iwln tktm tlv, iH and heel. tht lv. pm-atitutl- BARNARD & COMPANY VHiiM recomniended seamkM a4ocldnf , celebrated and now I wear the smile. 10 " We recommend them men who demand style, fit, finish and wear. 25c. worth of wear and style for 25c worth v v wh-'akt- IMtiai y -- VA .B -t a fcoin. , a I t OUR Bischoff Suits : ' - '.v i ar-t'c- If you ever wore a "Bisohoof" Are Now Arrivitig you will not be pleased with inferior makes. There are few so good? Why hesitate? i CLOAKS nt -- Ex-May- s HAVE YOU SEEN BIG BEN ? ? NEWS er ? He is the "daddy" of them all. He is not an alarm clock, hut a sleep-metthat tells you in a gentle persuasive way when to arise. BIG ." BEN in the house; no more missed breakfasts or getting to work late. He is always on the job. Fully guaranteed. See our show window can-dlda- and call and let us show you how he works. J. B. TAFFAH, Jeweler and Optician, HARTFORD, j .- -- KENTUCKY. ye' r ti-u- e SPECIALS ': Ono lot good light Brooms, regular' 25c and 35c val ues, closing out price, each I -- 15 Fifty-poun- d these left. bags Salt, 35c each. cents Only a few of . HARTFORD GROCERY COMPANY. tr forhe-m-B-lves- t 1 PH1LUPS HOTEL BATH New Building .sp.-akdn- Hfllir y. .: Five Mineral Wells ,. Shady Yard .. Large, Cool Eooma. HHEIN HEAM AM M 1 Oillrn Cry CASTORIA .KAjrae: HINE1AL HTM MfilS Hatha given by Hot Springs Attendants. J. I.' nlLLiri, rrtfeietor. 7 to 10 ikr wmck. 'dawsqx inum ky. i3 Ik' ,:Aa Save Your Purchases and Get a Riatio You want to save money. You want aire Piano, This store offers you the opportunity. You can make your family here for cash for less money than .you pay eleswhere. You get the best selection of stylish, seasonable goods, and with every purchase we give you free certificates that will enable you to get this magnificent 350 Piano' absolutely'FREE. There will ho reu'flr rent's at the Baptist church Sunday by Pastor Bruner. Evecybcdiy inttil. ln.t,.ceJt to (his Th. y wVl be np?n nud each item will he'p to mak tho paper tihJt moich mere Ini.rjs:ing. We qan not gi l all the n IW3 hui'. r.wth your hx&p wo can gefbhu lion'iJ staro and .that Is wha'i wj with o do. We office. Report nil itaxa cf riad ROYAL BAKING POWDER Abmoiuteiy Pun Economizes Batter, Flour Eggs; makes the food more 4 want aM 'jhe news that's nvws. ; Wouldn't you like to have it in your home? To your trading here, saye all the ccrtifi-ficate- s you can, and get your friends to help youf You can get the Piano if you will only threj tons of hay, a lot of chickens and tovrAl ftovea. Whila v.v have always had tho greatest respticf for d gen.t!e boosy, wa never suspected for a momfiit tifcot ihe would branh out Into a Junk-sho- p too business. And shj No "yalKr" dogs or posthote in htr mako-uTco bad. moek-HiyKfuill-blcop. One of our exchange ndvertiau n "Full-bloodcow for sab aft cow for Bale, giving milk, fotot: appetizing and wholesome The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar try. And it came .to pass that aifiter he had odvertlsvjJ his goods, ifliorw came all unto him gneat multitudes from the neglons round about and did .buy of him. Amd whn hfs oompeitdtor saiw It .they marveled among thom-selvt- p, faying: "How ho it 'Jhat this man 13 busy while iwe loaf Idly about our doors?" And to spake unto ithan; Jl tusUj "In ithls fast & f Pu It Is easier for a camel to enter the eye lf a nocdlo than for a man to flourish without advertising. A subsariiber ence reaeixid. a dun through the posotffioe, and It made him road. He went to Eee the editor about It, arid the editor sh0wia him a fe,w duais of his ora onie for pa- al LITTLE FORKS. The Revs. Albfn, of GlasGneem, Eell, of Rowling closed a tiwo weeks meeting at the Christian church at- - CiWs place last to night. There were 1C additions the church.. The farmers are done cuttn.'g tobacco co and corn and nearly all the tobacco has been .pcolied. LeWIe lkansion Lll?s and Miss Lawrence nittcinded the Morgam dwii fair itw o days. W. S. Chapman has .boan suffering for seme time .with a carbuncle on his breast. .Miss Leva Lawrence twill give a ibox supper entiKainment at her school ait 'Martinsville to morrow night. l Miss Carrie Runner, our. Uocher Miis3 Georgia Crow, of Claypool, Saturday ni'ght and Sunday. .Tihero wore more acoldents happen"was ed here last week than ever a known before. On lat Tuesday hcraa ran away w'nh Mrs. Gilmore and 'Mrs. Rctor and tuirnud tho bug gy ovr, bruising them prjtty badly, On the same day a buggy turned over with Mrs. Ann Elmore hurting her pretty badly, on tho same day Claud.. It Majcrs was fooling with a gun, going off and shooting the muscle of his les into. Thursday night Fmnk Gcodnights nmlu fe-.-l down wlUi him and slclnn.d hls face all over. Friday rj'ght Claronce Smith's saw mill got bunwd up. Th re was a band of '4 poisons cut corn tihtmsel.'es pru'ty badily wih knives and Saturday Deanston Lilies was using a pond scraper aud hurt anything. his .hick so ha can't do Wm. Rni'ick, pildint of tho dark was in .the Forks tobacco cVatiict to ai.'end iho A. S. of E. mating horie whn li3 itartd homo his threiw him .breaking his skull. Hols sill Ilvr'icig, but unconi3otou3. He is 10 years old and unmarried and will be gr atly im.sssd in .the cjinmunlty. Ho has 'heip'd his widowed moibher to raisie hor younger children. A .man of moral h.ubite, toter aand industrious A man well lilted by ewy Ibody. The neighborhood will lose a good neigh-ba- r, h.'s mother a good boy, hlsbiwlh-t- s and Bta'ers a gooi broth r.and tlk A. S. of E. a good .pnasid'Ht. Oct. 2. gow, and via-Ito- f ') IS- -. r ft (V LK" V. if i per, one for type, one for fuul nnd several others. "Now," said the edithcOe tor, "1 didn't get nrad (when came .btoauaa I kno.w that all I had to do was to ask several reliable gemtleniien like .you to came and help 'i Mr. J. Carl Jackson, of Oentertqwn, mo out, and Jihen I could scrttlo all of Mr. Simon Jones, Tof Render, was a saw them." When the subscriber pleasant oallor at this office yester- Is quite sick. up, day. Mrs. A. R.. Plummer, of Ctententown' how It was he relented, paid FRIDAY, OCTOBER C. quite sick, is' miioh bet-- i and reneiwed'for another yenr. .Mr. J. L. Burton, of Render, paid who has been The Republican a pleasant call yes- ter. Gave a Big Supper. Maxwell, the Infant son of Mr. and IlllnolsCentralRallroad Time terday. of .The local tent of the Knights have Mrs. J. W. Saniderfer, of No Creole; Mr. and Mrs. Ira D. Bean Table. quite sick for several the Maccabees gave an elegant supon who hap rmoved. into their new r.?siden!Co At Beaver Dam Ky. per a,t tho lodge hall last evening afdays. Is .better. Walnut atccit ter .the regular lodge work had ben Mrs. Ed. Johnson, who has been Buy of your honwi merahants and completed. Plates WKOi laid forsev-enty-fiv- o Sonlh Bound. quite sick at the homo of Mrs. Anne you are lncntusing the value of your Herlh Bound. members and a tww inviKo.l21duIl:S5a.ni. Bennett, Is improving. tio.l32du ;06an. property. Th-'- is a fact, the better was a ' ted guoats and the eupiPtr No. 101 doe 2.48 p. m. Ko.IKduel2.I8 p.m. Mr. and .Mns. H. E. Bra a a were the the tonn the mone demand Iirw will 'great No. 131 da 8 Up. m one, and the kind for which the Ko.l02dne 2:48 p.m. Claude be for prop:rty. the guests of Mu and Mrs. I eivinS local tent Is qult3 noted in MadiJLox, of McHenry Saturday. Visit the b!g Millluery Opening at and was undvr the dnxctlon cif Dr. Table Typewriter paper In all grades, type Barnard & Co.'s next Saturday. Miss M. H. & E. Railroad Time lniy A. B. Riley, E. Y. Park nnd at Hartford, Ky. writer, ribbons and carbon paper for Wright will be ready to shotsv you Williams. Uw menu was as (follows: GOAT L. && N. time card effective Monday sale all the time at The Republican all the latest and most attinatlve 44tf. designs in fall hjadwear. office. Aug. 2Ut. Chicken nud Dumplings Cranberry sauce Pickles J. F.' Casebior & Co., Funeral DiMr. Ira Bean left jiestedray for a No. 112 North Bound duo 7:19 a. m. calls dally except Sunday. Scolloped oyst ra Celery trip through the western states In rectors and Embolmers. All Hot buns and Butter No. 114 North Bound duo 3:40 p. m. the interest of the Kentucky Clothing promptly and carefully attended W, day or night. Both telephones. dally except Sunday. Coffin Co., of Loulsvllk'. Beaxn: Dam, Ky. CIGARS tf No. 115 South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. Mrs. T. J. Smith returned yesterdally except Sunday. sale There is a special AT COST Okla., day morning from Lawton, of No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p m. whe'e she had bwn on an extended now going on at the drug store A Progressive Merchant dally except Sunday. the Hartford Drug Co., Manager visit tw.th h-- daughters'. The advetrisdng m. aichant fcs ithe our H. E. MISCHKE Agt but who does the busings in thea days Mr. J. C. llw was In Louisville .this Nofsinger says he can't sing, cheap, lot widak attending a nwvjtaig oD the stock can sell you goods mighty are of puah and enterpria.3. TIiimvj .Mrs. W. P. Midkiff happened to a more newisipa.per rfldh.rs today thaa or printing done at The hoMers cf a wholesalo grocery firm, All kinds painful accident early Monday morn- ever before in the history of of Avhich liH is a member. the Republican office. plad'.u your tMrs. J. C, Benry, .who lias been vis- ing when she stepped off of ho 'back world. Tho newspaper Mns. Henry Leach and son, HinJon, and business under thj eyts of the buyer. iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. porch at thij Jailer's residency are on the sick list. was, He :ws .what h wants, nnd, knowbroke her lieft amij Dr. Riley reB. Render for several weoks.has Fall Op 'joins of Nw Millinery at turned to hi- ir horn a'O wienaborow sununoiud, and reports sho is get- ing where to find it, looks up the & Co.s Saturday. Barnard ting along nicely- wide awake merchant who aoks him CUr. Alex Huidson, who is doing carExclusive sale of iming'on Flour. Just to see whether tus people to come and See him. Sucojss in Oas pentry work on the nw L. and N. days ot sharp competition ca'Ma for W. H. MOORE & SOX. 10tf d;pot a RusecJlvUl .t, Ky., spent Sun- appreciate such a thing or not, Hartford Drug Co. Is now Sclllngg efcernal vigilance. You can't kni a Pu? day 'yvth his moWvr here. In Jug3. Now Sorsfium This hustler dojwn. goods at COST for 15 days. gallon W. H. Moo4 & Son. When you need drugs of any kind Includes prescriptions, notions, and The OhlxTOcunry Board of Bducatfa please dont fcrget THE OHIO COUNCENTERTOWN. everything usually carritkl In a first- mat here Monday in.thq office ofSupt TY DRUG CO., has the quality and class drug store. " 191 f was Oct. 4. Mrs. Ida Paxton ' Otf Leaoh, the price Is right also. Infirmary Among thofo from out of town who movid to tho Lonisvlllu Mtal and Flour, Brands Beet WANTED ThreeGirls to bep with attends the Jumeral of Mrs. E. W. last Monday. Family Groceries, .&c at cooking and housework. Address, of Mrs. Nottle Jackson aud M'jss Maim'y Fond Tuesday wum Mns. Smith, H. MOORE & S0N; W. lOtf DR. L. U. BEAN, Fordsville; Mrs. W. S. Dean and Mrs. Williams near town, and iMIss SaJrnes attended Hairjford, Ky. Attorney V. H. Geig.r, of town, are all 111 of Will Thmas,ol Duad.e; Dr. and ftlrs. Ky., circuit court at Morgantown, MIs3 Mar B. Rendjr, of Pleasant Taylor, of BcaVor Dam; Dr. Smith, of typhoid ftm.r. . Miss Centertown, and Mr.. W. C. Bennett, sthls week. Hill, Oh.'o, was the guest of Mrs. E. M. 3lart!n is visiting her Freeh and Cured Hams, Lard, &c. Llllle Burton last week, and Is now of B.da. par. ts of Uiicu visiting relatives at .McIIenry. spent always on hand. L. W. Tichpnicr and ,wIfo, 31r. W, T. Pndlton ISt Saturdoiy W. H. MOORE & SON. lOtf iMr. H.B. Taylor and little, nephew, Saturday night and Sunday with relafternoon for Clovwipart, Ky., where j Just received a barrel of iHlnies' Dill Master B'cunko &!mmenman, of Louis- he has accepted a position Q3 night atives at Mutanzas. mother, .W. A. TUchenor sold his property ville, visited Mr. Taylor's Pickles. Floe!' tolearaaih aixautor on lihe L. II. nnd " Mrs.' W. Hv Taylor, this .week. here to F-- M. Allwi and has moved .MOORE & SON. W. H. lOtf St. L. iR, R. For eeveral monAha he Rev. Virgil Elgin and faimlly will had boai assistant at the local L. R. to Owenaiboro. Mr. James Lyops returned Wedm?-da- y V. P. Brawn and wife, of. Island, Ky.. N. depot, and h's position htt3 Meen afternoon frbm a huslncs trip knve today for Jetfereontowu, A are heii visHlng Mrs. Nannie James. a suburb of Louisville, where he will filial hv Mr. .1. n. TViniin.ivl. to Louisville. Miss Irene LVivIs has wturuod from have change cf a church tbo comlpg Mrs. Oito C. Martin Is spendtag this N WANTED LADY REPRESENTA- Loulsvlli'd where &he has beun visitjxar. with hs.y mothr, JUru. Lulu Cop TIVE to make house to house dem- ing friends and, relatlra. the Mr. W. H. Burton alttendtod page, of LcJtchfleld.'Ky. and Beaver onstration Jn Hartford vlsiteJ J.. T. Hoagland aud wife ."-.". lnlin nr. i.i ' lturtht nrii. tf (Jin -lrtSWfaf. fiinurcil rlt fr ww.... H. Mavldox, at Daoi of "VAS-O,- " the GUARAN their parents In Hartford Satuirduy McHeniry, MoiWay. The funeral T conAraotors in the State, wa in, TEED SKIN PREPARATION for ALI and Sunday. t vices were in charg, of Beacon lodgo S0UE!NESS aud ,wltotIoa. Muwt , Hartford Wodday en husln. Mr. Sam Hill, of MoHonry, Is vteHIn of Odd Fellows. of pleasing anpearaticQ and funilen his (larwuts this week. xir. . t -- ., --a . w, r -, of Wrox.&nd -T. V. Jointer, the new pas- - jvjfertince. Big ilr. O. K. Roxvd, iwlfe and child, Steajdy ourplpyinwnt. "W.awiH-- 1 J. L.t'Cook, of nar Horton, vuw Th RjenubJleaa "'""'"'""T.conimls&lon paid on sales. "VAS-O,- " Miss Annn llllzaboth, of SIoHemry, raat at Mt Hermon next Snnday Rev. El- - ..lT UAS SUBSTITUTE." Wnlto are visiting fiiends and relatives at day- received a cardf htaithla thJ Vas.0 soutbiern Office. Heu- - this pUecKj. --- -- BlMmt wieek to "" effect "derson. Ky Mrs. MaTy Millar, of Hartfond, Ky ti Hobson, and Mrs. Mollis Mize, of 8aionaroemto, g&k tiMtrmmmte: WWf "DO IT'. Capt. RlcJwiond P.earson . luran W9Btayior wiumvaiK), MfUH- - thoHtrot:ifiMerInaJeUv9redi a Bpleu- - Ky.,vlsltolUe family of U. ?. Faught, virwurii T I n, ! I ,!,,- - tin ..li 1 r . our Poatnustor, Monday. 0pera h"U9 m Keure at drug ' n the tW It OM wd In the rd.wl." of under the dJiwotion Hartford the store line, r Kicked By a Mad Horse the lyoKHn counee of HaTtford Col- .. at Jewish Hartal. i. . atofie Is aaw.aellWtg Drug Co, , ti... ,.,i.i... v.,..t urlcm on- FBll ir.v ,iuv vuiujwa w .wm, iinkn'i . Samuel. Birch, (if BeatOAin, Wis.Jliad flit our cut-ra- te i 19tf ww. COST. PMMrlpUoM ferfona adidee was "Tbe DeUykig Asa-'- a Mkela moet, .narrqw Mcape feom lowkigbls Ur. ami AIM. T. Vftuin tri(Ottk of save you W as no dootor could Jital tlw tnlght ,waa a KTMt aubieet. andha - l ttwHWttlL.wo'tfaa proud' pfttwte of a awawr. lilii in nuuttflv uuuuurt- - aud loi-- 1 fuL or that develoid. but ut last ved at tfcdr hewig, Mob- - m boy ohio COUNTY DRUG CO. 'i ,n AVtfV SJ1W A u.. - audUi BuokWs AmA 8Ave cured it oam- .,. ... j..iij v.. '.. mm nn anu wi wre laifojjwij' lWwly. I(m the gtvatort li.aler ot Mm mmm tueiieu scalds, H Wt early ulaere, ,bww, 'bollti, wIUi. Mm, ncto4A h, iww p- - poUioa v4th th OnUMotwn' Mrean- t, bruha and M.. H. outs, eoM, 8mH- - tile Co., li tlw MUUmry djartwit Woitawday motnlng th witer ribbOM for 2, tywrttM. Te a aa aiitotowt to Hit XtUm Fowtkr ami K. lor Owitaefeoro, wbr hi M-- pAWa em wt!i. Try It 'Xc, at aildmig who to J ebftfgt of tfcat tiMd that Hartford Republican. b-e- n a there wie.ro many tilings tiUat coutel have engaged its attention wiklch aro live queations, but thio whole forco direcUxL at of their artlli ry was things of anrall Import Suppcge that & bill had .bi?en passed providing Government aid for public high-wayThis would have met with general endorsement and would ha3 benefitted tlu whole people. It would 'bo as far ali'jnd. itf the llttio mangy ReclpmooMy calf as a bengal tiger surpasses a ateged rat. But those wise nnd nstuto repws rttn.tiria of tlie people couldn't eye the advantage of a thing like (that Now there is just one way to Tyai-o- dy this soTt of business one way to secure real' b;nflclal legls'atlon oxttl eliminate eo much bowHwowing aaU hot-a- ir demonstrations and exhibiyou will ask. Ea3y tions. Haw? rat-tailnouglu Simply quit hiending hot-ai- r jumping Jacks to Ooa-gne- ss and let the people seleict progressive .men to mako our laws mon who have ncit tlia time nor the patience to qiribbla a wcvk over something that Bliould ba done in a day. We've got a lot ot f. .Hows in Congi??s that by all nians ought to be driving a dray wagon or running a briar scythe on the cr.-sl-c bank. The Yellciw Jacket. s. ed, big-brain- ed, , - A lady who understands adTCrhiising; says: "Xo lady wishes to bo Iookl upan as a shopping fiend; s,h. does not; eifc ito go into a.starjaiidliiawoa'mor-cluu- it show all his stock In order to find out wihjtbuT he k ops w,lwt s'ua wishes to purchase and whether tho article Is sold at a price she can afford. It (is much eJsi'ir and er to look through th'j advent of a papor tlnn it la to ibore tho clerks and waistw her own time. Next to the Jocjal nvjiws items, 111 advertisa-men- ts in a iiaper staging articles for sale with piloes, ,w.ll kwp much ot the monoy that go s to. the clti s nt home." - te Children Cry EDWARDS SCIIOOLHOUSE. Farmers arc-- veiy busy cutting nnd making moIasi. Mr. Laoy Babni.iy and family visited at. Mr. ICit Ausit.ns Sunday. .Mr. Moad Shneatkr and ifamlly visited at .Mr. Uabe Dibneys Sunday. Mr. W. W. Tllford, of Owensboro. was the guest of Mr. J. L. Hurt thus wi k, and visited Mr. Win. Schroader at Red Hill, last week. .Mrs. Thomas Ashfoiid Is having a ntrw licuso erieofd on luir farm at this place. Sjvernl attended tho funneal of Roy Potts at Mt Vernon, Saturday. Mr. J. L. Hur.t and family visited at Mr. Wm. Sshroadns, Sunday. Dr. llalns, of Rouine. was In oar midst, Monday. Mr. Labe Wright lias moved his sw mill from this placa to a new location, batyw IlartfoiL ot-bu- CO-- C A STO R A I FOR FLETCHER'S Notice. x Au-gus- te 12-L- All persona having claims against estate of G. J. Bsan, dethe ceased, are hereby notif led to .present them prop?rly proven to tho undersigned in Hartford, Ky. on or before Oot. 15, 1911, or they will ibe barred. Also all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make payment aud save cost. 10t4 J. E. and H. B. BEAN, Administrators. Card of Thanks. aud Death has entered our home taken, from us our .bdloved wit and motbnr. Words aie inadVnuate to o our thanks and gratitude for our many friends of Rockport the'ir kindness In this sad bereavement. VALL GARRETT and DAUGHTER. Js wk -- .- e, "'""" BigiFuss there Ltitle Work. AUTUMN v--0 'ln tlt """".' ' L ll T ..,.". v o"?'' I i Iiwh. tu oi'n . M nmr ...,.'.:..:.....-wwa la)rd v'Jr. wr eiw, (wUl-soi-- mufaL adjourned In tho Congress Just wwre Introduced in both housed over 17,000 bills and 500 resolutions and out of all this the.ro iwero only a Xaw bills passad, and tlufto are not wortih two bits per isnplte to the peo-pl- o AH the newest and of tUa country. 'Ilho whole sesmost attractive defor sion was a howling noUng. And tjbere Is getting to be signs, made lo your entirely "too much of this soitt uf ibusl-neu- s. order at most reasonL.igl&lhtlve bodies are being able prices. Satisfacelected, moet aud cum und dlsciuw very ltttle about, subjoot they know tion Guaranteed! draw thflr pay and o home aud tho people .pay &w frelltt and eotwvrbe Uwn noUilng. NALL Th-was SbsohWy no deuwid from th v:opl for tho extra Beaaloii Main Street which has uwt adjourmtd. U to true bell-a-beII- o e Millinery! MISS POPPIE Hartford,"Ky. LEADS IN CORN CROP, tKy ewe Missouri Grows Half as tliou3n4 lAlo 'its value is duo It drebllts, and that Iw is a clonal y om- bsrrajad in his busln33, IxJiaufcj his Much debtors treat It A3 a 11KJ. matter, BHt if all would pay Attn promptly, which tto-could aiiW&Unsnftt, It wruldlK?a a tf tfce ftww--r help Mm "i ? RotflliBo thatth-- t&mar hdrntrittor. away h's intlro crop of oarji, Mid Uit .will BO-- t ay. .orse tA CENTRAL As-k- KOyt as Rest of The World. la ya turn to the farm r and 4 n. it Lome back is one of bhe moat forms of muscular rheumatldm. Sept. 22, 1862 J, friw appllcaitfions of Cliaimli'irlaVn'a Freed Slaves on I'tvaldoat Abiu- Sdptembor 22, 18C2, Unirosnt will give reUof. For sale ham Lincoln dsauod a iroclmaJtion by all druggls'.s. in uary 11, all persons in aid as slavos In tliat on and after tho follqwlag Jan. It is Only Business. uary 11, all persons nold as staves IV presume that some lnoplo think In any Stato thon 1n mbtillion aaliit wsraper men are iwrslatant idun- tlw United Statra should be thmc-3'sere. Let a ifaraner place himself in o forwanl and forowsr free This 4mllar iiositlonand see if he would In ' sot do the saute. Suppose 'that he a somewhat singular iiroctenation thtt this ttliat it bad no uffoct in raise a thousand bushels of corn, and States which nuogniscd IJincoln as "liti niighbor should come and buyand Prudent, and was only intended to 4he price waa one dollar or leas, and nrtpty in SUiUs (n whloh hto authority 4My, "I will 4ay tlw amount in a few was not iwcogBilzed unless by tb j&tyt." As the farmer docs not want slaves. ,4i9 hi stnall about tliemattier, liu says, r"AU rigUt" Another comes tha 8&m Tlhlo b"st ptaafcer. A ploo) ot fin-xueway, and another, until tho whole damv&uA wUh Chfwisbrialn' fhoiwiind buhes or corn lstrutedto and ibound on ovr the fltffotwl A betwaud dUfereiit people and no ojkj parte U &HirlGr to a iVMtr amA For si tMdlffrntpe4ionconCvins lifan- - J oosts only ooe tentii muuh.. m. ifttf Mjboiut it, itor Jt ii a afmji amount raW by all dnutji'MU. E-2com-jTOoA IJn-Inw- Livormore has a iujW military company, which will bi Co. C, Third regitages Missouri offers to ment. Chas, F. Thomascn settkrs in the following burst of elo- captain, and Oron Coin, and is the Rosco I. quence: Downs are Uyj iflrst and second lieu"But the days of opportunity are tenants, reap fctlvely. to tho present. Hundreds of thou sands of virgin forests await tho iwood A Strange Story. man'6 .ax; as many acr.es are as yet ArgyJe, Jllch, Mrs. Wm. H. CaTson tinyrofaned by the 'plow, and with in a lotitor from Argyle, says; "I was dredgo and ditch a vast empire, ricli-c- r ateost wild vlOi pain In my head, an VaJley of Ahan the the csthor pains from womanly itrou Kile, is s developed almost as If bles. Albor ualng Cardul, I obtained ly iittglc. great relief. Further use 'Of Cardul "In Missouri there aro no eand-wv- raised mo from my bed of agony. Carwastes, no abandoned farms, dul saved my llfo when nothing is'o soil exhausting systwn of suoexos-iv- o olso would help me". W'tootincfr sexo.iding to some certain' crop hau riously sick, or simply ailing, take jBbbedthetk'lds cf fertility. fThe ue 1 Oardul, the vroman'6 tonic are not tied by tradition. Thy pain, regulates IrregularitleSi live in the innawnt and face tho fu- builds weak, nervous woman back to ture." health. Ask your druggist about advanpra-ipictlvfar-fam- ed eo-ere b.-dnpt afc-i- .settlement" .Nelson hits off some of the i Joftarcon CMyMo., Saptaru.b'cr 23 hretlftlis na That .Missouri stows much' corn as is grown. In Eurai,Uwru South times tlw amount raised in America and umrly IxM as much as tho world cutaldj of the Onited States produces, ax3 auUjorltallvo jsUlmat-- a Blvcd tby Prof. F. .D. aluntfond, iK?an of the S'ate Agricultural Djpartnwiit of ths University of .Missouri, Th-asstatjnfnts ar taken from and an article 'pnon,irul ,by l'ruf. Mumford Messrs. JiCso Thorp, Artfour Plum-me- r, in a competitive contest with Austin Inw.Jn Olilnn, Osdar Rcrd, all cf of ljaiuapaiaW. Biggs cf tho Bureau MoIIenry. Mifsos JDaisy Wtfldlng and tlstlca and W. L. NoUon, assistant Woodward. MxCctb. Omald Conlnne a.cr!ary of tho State-- Board of Ag Hoclvor, and Lcney Hoover, of Hurt-forriculture, for tho boat article upon tho EASTVIEW. Mlsacs BvlssieIafzonMatiil-- i OCad agricultural possibilities of Missouri Sept. 2C A prctracit:d mewling will dax, Opal B3nniitt, Messrs. E. II. Good to be furnlshiKl tho Bureau ot immi commence at Bells Haw church the all, Leonard Bithcp, SKllie Mason, gration ip Washington, D. C third Sunday n'lght in Octp,bur. Byron Mason, Edgair iCalvwit, of Sewral wwlta ago Uov. Hadloy reMr., and Mrs. Owen 'Wlls epont the of ceived a tefitwr from Mw Bureau HartwVUi relatives attMr. Noah Rqx.?. of th'js place article past .week Tmmlexatlon roauestlne an ford. . fair at Morgantown las.1 tended tho aloes this line and he then inaugural Frencth" Mesars. B. J. and L. D. week, j3 tii3 contest. Tho resume of Itils-sourKt4mbau1 Bpent WMhijsday at Owcnsbono. Mr. A. D. Row, of this place, wont agricultural resourovis and "pos n Mrs. Effie Martin Is ipendlug to Central City, Monday. sibilities by the Butvnu of Labor Sta fe,w diys wJtli htr paivnits, Mr. and Mlis M.!ck Hccker reoolvad themiw3 r tistics was soVxsUd by the M.rs. Jam s T.iyjor, of' Habit. Mrs. Cyn'ia.'a i that lior gimndmoitiher, C3 the most comprehensive and this Mr. and Mrs. Bill nilth went to near Rhoads died at her hems was forward A to AVasalngUra. Tho Friday wljh a load o'f water- Drakoaboro on laitt Monday. other two were so nwrltoriaus, how-ove- r, melons and Saturday. d , Mr. G. L. Maddox lies dangerously the governor instructed Com Elie Martin i)ent Friday and 111 at the homo of his daughter, Mrs. missioner Biggs to publish the three CvC.ll at Owensboro. Charles Vance, of Wiltams Minimis. phamplat lor gunural dlstribu in a Little Miss Geneva Goff, cf this Hon. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, plao?, 4s sick. average value of Missouri's corn The ss. Lucaa ounly. cron. Prof. Mumfonl says, 4s about Frank J. qiieney rcuk)j3 oafth that ho Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Park, of this and plaqe, are at .the bedside of Mr. Parks $100,000,000 and that Its hay Is s mdr .partner of the 'f Inn of F. J. wlio wheat crops average about $30,000,000 Cheney & Co., doing business In the sister, Mrs. Dr. G. L. Everly, Is quite ill at her hunw in Eoakprt Of the corn hdl states (Mi- City ewh. State of Toledo, County and a She is not expected to but ssouri has the greatest acroaso ot un- - aforesaid, and Mut sold fir.ra will pay 'estl Prof. occuptd lanid. sum of OXE IllUXEfREuO DOLLlAItS short wiille. run (Mention this prt J the He matts .this at 20,000,000 acres. for ach and every oaaj of Catarrh OHIO MEDICAL .COMPANY Never out of Work. of apple finds tho greatest number . . COLUMBUS, OHIO thot cannot te cun.d by the use of The busiest litjtle things aver mad Box 95 trees In Missouri and an average pro- Hall's Catarrh Cure. are Dr. IClngs Now Llflo Pills. Evry any duction of apples ot htat of pill ils a sugar ccated glohula of hnlth FUANK J. CHENEY. other State into stiivngtih, Sworn to lufore mo and subscribed Uiat changi-- widakn-sMore than a billion, dollars, he says, in my presence, this Cth day of langiior into energy, brain-fa- g Into is invested in farms, buildings and power; cuninig Conatiipatilon, mental A. D. 1SSG. jcqulpment for carrying on the business H.iadaohie, Chills, Dyspepsia, Malania. (SEAL.) A. AY. GLEASON, of stock fanning in Missouri. Kotanyi Public. Only 25c at all drugglhss. in V Biggs finds there are 27C.0S1 farms Hall's Ctn'janrh Cure Is taken lniter-nallin MlssounUggnega'Jng 2i ,528,000 ocroa Poker Players. and acts directly on tihe blood unused of land. He istl mates the SoptombeT ' 27. Lagrange, Ky., McCALL PATTERNS and mucous surfacta of the system. for style, perfect fit, simplicity and and unoccupied lands at approximately Sjnd for t.iatm'onlals. tnsn. Gamblers .who used the cupola otthi . Celebrated nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly reliability tl.ala 19,000,000 acres. Biggs also every city and town In the. United States and F. J. CHEXEY & CO., old Funk Seminary 'hure tfor a ixker f Canada, or by mail direct. More sold than with the subject of "lntonslvo farmany other make. Send lor free catalogue. game are ibelioved ito havo been re- Toledo, O. ing" and what could ,be nocompllsh- fippnaJblo for a fire wlilch destroyed McCALL'S MAGAZINE Sold by all Druggists, 75c. More subscribers than any other fashion od upon the cultivated acnege of Mis magazine Take Hall's Family i'lUs for consti- tlie historic building heno early this J est styles, million a month. Invaluable. Lat. patterns, dressmakia?, millinery, souri If the Jand was cut up into pation, morning. m plain sewing, fancy needlework, hairdresslng, J etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only 0 cents a farms of 40 to 300 acres. t Tho people are thoroughly aroused year (worth double), Including a free pattern. "Comrarativiely f0w Missouri farms Subscribe today, or send for sample copy, Blind Dizzy Spells. owr th.3 destruction of the old landcan INDUCEMENTS are worked for all thulr S3lls Wilmington, N. C Mrs. Oora L. mark." It .was built in 1842 by Wil- WONDEKFULPostal brings premium catalogue to Agents. produce," siyts Biggs,' "and renewing and new cash prize offers. Address Rltitor, writes from tWs place: "I liam Funic, ot Jefferson county. the iand with fertilizers is by no used to have blind dizzy spells, and E'Unlng .the Civil war it jbecame IBJE McCAU CO. 238 to 218 W. J7lh SL. NEW YORK ri means a general practice. What spoils went all over me- weak cold could do if divided up into small Different doctors could not oll me runnln'g from 40 to 100 acres farms what was .wrong. After, king" Cardul would and each iworktid Intensely, am all right and in better health beyond bellof to any one I Almost 'be than for 10 years.' Cardul is a remewho has never cultivated on a scien- dy for women which has been used tific scale. by women for nearly a lifetime. It "It Is conservative to state that prevents tie unnecessary pains of fethe yield of all agricultural products male troubles, such as headache, backthe would increase 30 per cent, for dragging down feelIS your business sick? Do you think you should Including ache, dizziness, Jand 1x4ns tilled, ,wlth-ju-t ings, etc. Try It considering the unimproved have more trade? Is there anything worrying you but or I J desirable tracts open and ready, for in connection with the growth of your business? New Military Company. him to carry on hi difficulty. , A Lifetime Trouble. Ingram, Texas "Ever since I became a "woman," .writes Jirs. E. ?.I. Evans, of ,thls place. "I suffered front womanly trouble. Last fall, it got so ,bad, I had ito stay in bed for nearly a week every month Slnco taking Cardul, 1 feel better .than 1 have for ycairs." You can rely on Cardul. Pfcr pared especially for women, It relieves womanly pain, by acting on the cause and builds up womanly strength wihcx It is most needed. Purely vegetable. Mild, but certain In notion., Try It E-At your druggists. nablo business without ... rJn tco jwars it fcw Mns. J. W. Kowa, of b'sen u jd .by th OWNkhn Cwiwtj; Paclu-ca- h r Atio Rawer i Mr. and 13 SIMM. aro gu'6tis of Mr. ard Airs. J. P. p liere. with a cal.l 's ood ad- Dori't MU'ir nh,'J otli.2r , utl :i and womon. "It Mm. Hanpjt M.:i!er nfctJ MIsj Ada via Miliar, of Oi&slvn, apmt Monday with miy h ,i al n .a?.? of a chill T.h i i, us than CliianiborWn' tlw fannlly of Mr. J. W. XmyyV and V uca K i.r.vy fcr ouUgiJis and coldsar Mr. and .Una. D. S. Klittris .i. It Is s'tft" aud surj. Fcr ch. diiuj,ihi'j r, 5l!t Amlvy, of BaVerDnm m visV'd Mrs. Rhaads' brother, Mr. B. sa.j by all drusgUts. Louey awd family Sunday. ljtt,Vj Miss Annie "Ei'teaftwth "SlmUz, of Pr niia. Is eirindlng a friv BacVbte'i "Full ot Lite" Norttwn Grotw Mr. JiT. Hock wiith her grand-fatlie- r, f Mllgrtfil Seeds hve a reputMlou ol jS yean ot er. toccenlul iced frTowinc behind them, itpaji to tha plant the beM. Specklll- eQuito a lansw crawd' aitijndcid Seasonable pai-tBBANS ivn 'by Miss Mjirtla Park at t. Bushel Earliest Red Valentine . . JJ.J5 Bushel h3r haro-- j licre, on last iSatuniday night Extra Karly Ketufree Nsw Strlnffless Green Tod . i.t.ro Bushel e Amons thore prossnt vcnetMIsruiAn-nimunti wardweirs imp. Kidney wax Davli New White Wax 75 Bushel Smith, GratH Ingram, Myntie and .jo Bushel Currie'a Rust Proof Wax , MauCp May B.-h-jartRuby PBA8 Kxtra Early AlMka. . $ao Buliel Jacteon. Amy Mll'ard, K$ia iff 7.3r..'C. k. is vitln Sorte, 0r, , trt iHol e of th-- j 4a ai to wh'j tI ipe. aJ.s &ttfi, by" M;ia: rt of D!lha n euwtky, Dt yut ) Xla.oorjr XI svis.tjr yv T3 k3 r'-fl 21 d; n. ra . gov-jnno- Sat-urda- y p MAHford. DWtl-- S. O. Kewn n Court eenvenee rlet Meit-i- v hon In February and conttaaee three wcekaj third MbtHtay in April, two week second Monday in June, three weens, third Monday In October two week. K. Wedding, Jddge; County Court.-- R. W. S, Tlnsley, Clrk, C. K. Smith, At torney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday In each month. . on Quarterly Quarterly Court-Beg- ins the four' Monday In February, May, August af!a November. first Tue Court of Clalnw-Conv- ene day In January and rlrst Tuesday In October. C,, Other County Offlccrr-- Ky., S.H. Mofiey, F. I). Fordsvllle, Surveyor, No. 2: Ucrnard Felix .Assceeor, Hartford, Ky.. 11. F. D. J.n. i; Henry Leach. Dr. A. D. Superintendent, Hartford; llu.fn..l til... .vv,v., An..vu Ak4i(;, r.ftAnn JUSTICES' COURTS. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday Buthel Early Gradus New J55" after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday afUorslord'a Market Garden . Jjjo Bushel ter 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday after Llchtning Express jj oo Bushel BucLbee'a 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after Radish, Tomato and a full line ol 3rd Mondav In December. Lettuce, Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afto. Send (or complete catalogue or submit a list ol 3rd Monday in March, Wednesday after your requirements and will quote prices. 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after Buy direct from the grower Save Money. T 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday Write today. Mention this paper. after 3rd Monday in December. John II. Miles, Itockport, Friday after 3rd Monday In March, Friday after 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd laWBsclbeeSI., Roclford Sets' Finn, Kckfor4,K Monday In September, Friday after 3rd Monday In LVceinber. J. C. Jackson, Centertown, Saturday after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday af ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday after 3rd jMonday In September, Saturday after 3rd Monday In December. M. C. Cook, Ilenfrow, Tuseday after Snd Monday In February, Tuesday after Ely's Cream Balm 2nd Monday in May, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd li quickly absorbed. Monday In November. Gives Heliel at Once. Thomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday It cleanses, soothes, after the second Monday In February, Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May, heals and protects Wednesday after 3rd Monday in August. the diseased memWednesday after 2nd Monday in" Novembrane resulting from sHHH inrS-sllber. Catarrh nnd drives C. V. Miles, Fordsvllle, Thursday after 2nd Monday In February, Thursday after away a Cold in the Head quickly. He 11 A V rETtiCD ?n? Monday In May, Thursday after 3rd Monday In August, Thursday after stores tho Senst-soI1HT I 2nd Monday In Knvmir Tasto nnd Smell. Full size SO els., at DrugJ. I- - Patton, Ilalph, Friday after Zndx gists or by mail. In liquid form, 75 cents. neoruary, jpnaay after 2nd Cly Brothers, 5G Warren Street, New York. Monday In May, Friday after 3rd Mon- "ay after 2nd Monita tUKU8 day November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe. Judge; Q. B. Likens.City Attorney; Sam Riley. Marshal; Court convenes second Monday In each month. ,V.nc11H Williams, Mayor; rC1 We send FREE a bottle Germinal, a quick relief (or lung trouble, coughs, pains in chest, and that nard W.mbTer,T,of Councl. T. R. BarBean, W. M. Fair. Pen down feeling. .tMr-.- . nmmtt. x, F. U Jailer i "2. O. Mvrtr Commtolonw; 1U T. Colttn.f, Trustee Jury Fund; T. M. Blsek, alher-lf- am d. CftwsH Cwt-- T. , Mint: w. Bmtav Clrk: r. Mtftimt, 3$fa Otto C. Martfij Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KT. hte pnsfMhm in til Will pNMtk and tvlfatelsst cooMlw. Ciwtmu'cfatl imA Criaritml PmvMoe a. SjMcMty. CM. pARftSTT j ' itn Bl. . !Hj 0. B. Suits SEEDS u-s- l smith, Attokneys barnett HARTFORD, - KY. at Law, 9 ) ies - .... T .Will practice their profession In all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining eoi and Court of Appeafs. Sp" tl attention given to all busln'o e.ruoteel to their care. Collections nr.u the Prae- tlce of Criminal and Real Estate Uw Specialties. Office In Republican l.oUeV Ing. ,l .. , -- 1 :A Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, - KY. practice his profession , in OhM and adjoining counties and In the Coart ' of Appeals. Criminal practice and Col- lections a Specialty. Office In the Her J aid 'building. Will FRANK L. FELIX, H. W. BUCKBEE sfi , jkl y 44 i AJ!S!!5He CATARRH gIYfEVR'pi .t Atto'eney ' Will n m. . YANCYL. MOSLEY, -- f HARTFORD, --' KY.- ; practice his profession In. all the Courts of Ohio 'arid adjoining, counties, and in the Court of Appeals. Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank. - at Law """ JOHN B. WILSON chas. M.cnowa CROWE-LAWYER- S CONSUMPTION'S WILSON & -- s ie-cmb- y, M ) Warn MIs-eou- 4 The Hartford Republican HARTFORD, - KY; , "Will practice their profession In all rifcS00l?f,ustei?-- J- S. chairman; Trney, Secretary, C. M. Barnett, the courts of Ohio and adjoining conn, C. at" Dr. E. B. Pendleton. ties, .and hi the Court of Appeals. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Special attention given to criminal M. E. Church South-Servi- ces monring practice and to collections. OffJoa on and evening every firsc anl third Sunt day in each month. Sunday School 9:45 Main St., opposite Court House. a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednes- Baptist Church-Servi- ces every Sunday mornlne and evpntnc- .! a. m. Prayer mrptlnn- n..rv iv palto? evenlnB' Rev- - J- - W. Bruner. every fourth qmfiv'S? C,nurcll-Servl- ces a. m. and 7 p. in. Sunday P" m' EIder W' B- - WrlKht pastor. Ohio County f,rst Sunday in HARTFORD. KY. at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday Scool 9:15. AH Matters Given Prompt AttenSECRET SOCIETIES. tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A Hartlprd Lodge No. C75. F. &" A.. meets first and third Monday night M.. SPECIALTY. lii each month. Owen Hunter, W. M, " P. Foreman Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. M. meets every third Saturday night S. 1 SIcKEXXET in OTTO C. MA11T1.V wChsn5?.nt.1i,John T; uore Hign Priest; Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. 84, O. meets second and fourth Monday E.' S.. ing, Mrs. S. A. Anderson, W. M. evenMiss Lizzie Miller Secretary. Rough Itlver Lodge No. 110, Knights of meets every Tuesday night, Tyt, Ky. c' c" J Ney Foster' K- of r! &aspan' Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M., meets every first and third Thursday night R. D. Walker, Commander; L. p. Tyl0r',- E- - E11B' E- - ? MooreV Glenn, c,i.. - J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public 4 l 4 . Martin & McKenaey Hartford, General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK Business Building Bureau E-2- 3. Keeper. No. 42. L. O. T M meets every first and third Friday night in each month. Mrs. Attye Griffin.Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Ilecord Keeper. Carpenters and Joiners local No. 18S1, me?ls Ll Saturd.av nlsht in each month. SkaeSB' Pres-- ' w' v- Sec- Treas Acme Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. F., meets second fcnd fourth Friday night In each month. W. R. Hedrlck Noble Grand i oreman, Record Sunshine Hive and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. Lu. WE HAVE THE REMEDY We have retaine'd 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. CM. Barnett Secretary. Ohio rtoif? .,?atford Beco"d and fourth In each month. James C. Ben " E" Pate' ChUf of Rect6rdaChem Can,P- - w-- - W. No. 202 Con-w- ! Thomas wlIllaros: Clerk, & WaUacef' Preston Morton Post No. 4, O. a! R.. ,h0Idafi,r.e.ffUar ,meeynKs Saturday befori n each month. SS "mih ' Commander! J- - M- - Rogers, Ash-Adjt. Tribe No. 188. Imp. Order Red Electric Bitters remedy, as thousands have testified. weakness! they are the supreme Succeed when everything else fafla, In nervous proatratloa and female It may be that a new style of advertising will make a difference in your business, Possibly a certain kind of advertising folder that "has brought success to others is what you need. A particular Some scheme of a novel kind that will bring the money pouring into your money drawer is possible. VPVntVol00""' Ky' D' kump' dl!narpeoft.rind."Ur-S- A. S. of E. National Officers: k is the bert medicine ever over a druggist's counter. te FOR KIDNEY.LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE soM President? ? Officers: nll"'' CiarrSU county. Pres. Henderson county Vice'. McLean county, Sec- - Treas5' 1obert,lon. v method of window dressing may be what will bring you the success you lack. Special salesmanship that has made sucess in similiar circum- 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 e tro-bl- stances may be indicated in shortest way out of your your business. ries. How to conduct a special sale, or sales, may possibly by the wor- t i t t O,?KaIzer?0emer' Warren county, State , C. C. Allen. Henry county, and Lat- -' " """V' Ala,ftnt state organize??.' Board of Directors. Ben Watson, War. ren county; C. M. Baraett. Ohio coun. ty; A. H. Brooks. Bracken county; R. r. iv V?'. IlBrdln county, and J. F, Doss. Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Offlcors: 8. U Stevens, Pres.. Beaver Dara,Ky. Henry PIrtle. Sec. Hartford, Ky. D. Ford, Treas., Hartford. Ky, COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach. Chairman, Hartford.Ky. U U B. Tlchenor, Hartford, K. F. D. 2. B. C, Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. 8. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. Ky. t' Si A.,f,?rd' white, Run,Mlnes.Ky. Plumer. Taylor . J. L. Brown. Rockport. Ky. SEEDS i SPECIAL OFFER; AtoWnttP riUse h4U X iw w .ii.mih iMwair, M ?: Mtuthm thk Asjmt. MMMMMAMMWWWWW SENI lO CENTS' L'g5t'''j!ltj?f tMslMMMtmrtwIMsssI Ms Writ ASS. ra5to33SWj IIULi "" use sis But whatever it is, send the fullest particulars of your troubles to this department and let Dundas Henderson help you FREE h This costs you nothing and may help you to make a fottBne--Wr- ltc today confidential-addre- ss Further particulars of our offer may be obtained on application to this office. All communicatiens absolutely THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Business Building Bureau. Hartford, Kentucky. r ssssssss.Tjsrvi "sssMsswdgfev J It lyl lRlV?isr N S mmmtmmtibzxuiiimiimmmmL.i$i ,"M""--' -" -- . -, i .4 ,v For Sale psn KvIM r phokv tor obtain MMrch od f rM rnnru I pMtnta, trad to fM isTtIm, howin ILL couNTmm. inufca,lI iTrM,Ao.i H'asMigton taret ltmt, gtuhttu Mrtrl start wi MHsfsmsrt ftactfos Exclusively. WrM. or eoro. louU Tit IMk Mm, MM MM IWtM ttsat OSm, I WAVHiriaTon, o. M.rtful Gossip. (Retsjiaeifuriy Rarlq to 'aM thJ &? gy.tlr.,tV. Or-- Ha-t-fo- rd niNn nrrrwnrn. fendmofeil c. 4 of many of our boalnintlonod po-r-lk tho sin of goaftliaini.? about per60 Acres of the (most Rough river son kidugenM Vn g&aaip Is like bottom land located three mllee weal In dr.lnk .'jfejno Is 3 hsippy of Hartford. About 20 acres in culti- niaiHitni wltldh it Is safo to adapt. vation. Good dwelling and' out build Tlw IIho ovir can ba drawn where drlu.Wng or gosiiiplng can bo natIy ings. A bargain for $1,250. . Real Estate! Of grfst i Foopl .; our .ivlJi of uajCiu! is. i a;-- j.. . d, w.''Hi Hie Clark of the Court by the p tjit'ocom mentioned An dach precinct li h yiorofone ordsfud nd adjudgjd vjA n Qloctlan An held In ttwh of ' a arvisa'd nrwclniots as nravod for In tlw several petitioners lu nvin fitjd, a-t ttvo rogular jlaatlon November 7th., 19lf, and 'it is further ordered that Mv, clerk of this Court furnish to the various precincts horuln. mnimad with tlw following qtwaiion Jjal-lotoj sub-niltt- Silence! The Instinct of modesty natural to every woman Is often a great hindrance to the cure of womanly diseases. Women shrink from the personal questions of the local physician thch teem Indelicate. The thought of examination is abhorrent to them, and so they endure in silence a condition of disease which surely progresses from bad to worse. VI I It has been Dr. Pierce's prlvllc&o to cure a a refuse ire at many women who havo foundconsutta tor modesty In Ma otter ot FREE tlon by letter. Tilt eorreapondenco la held aa sacredly confidential. Tlddreaa Dr. It, V. Pierce, Buffalo, tt. Y. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription restores and regulates the womanly functions, abolishes pain and builds up and puts the finishinfi touch of health on every weak woman who gives it a fair trial. doc. ( Goaalp .baa rniadi .wounda Wo have 4C0 acres of fine bottom land firom one and a .half to , two trwnj 823Uiol no balm; It Iras, tnjurod miles of Hartford, part of It with rvpu'JiMtivj with an entlnjlj unmrtt-e- J filaln. (Many- a Hfo haa gono w:arr-o- d timber. Also about 75 acres of ' upOf 60 YEARS' to tho grave by tha bivtith land belonging to the same tract EXPERIENCE thoughtlcsj lniddlera and tatbra. Terms easy. A 1TRUE WQJIAN Is not gl,vn to A now one and one-ha- lf story frame woundilngaiioijhcr. Womanhood should to shlalid, not to building with five rooms and large ov.i recptleo'n hall, built out of tho bost tho Xallin. With Uf--J so full of stirr selected material. Situated onClaj ing ovieats, what time have you to 11a- TnADC MARKS Designs and Fredrlca. streets, Hartford, Ky. Un to a sot of idls Ullrera, actuated Copyrights Ac. Lot 60x203 feet. Fine well of 'boU mora otton than not iby a spirit of sending a sketch and description mar AnriB qnfeklr ascertain our opinion freo whether an water. All necessary out bulldlttgs. malio and onyy? It 13 not always Inrefttlon Isprohsblr rmtentnbln Communion, tlons Mrlctlr conildeiitrsl. HANOBOOK on Patents tlw blauwk)53 who la .most eager to Terms reasonable. lent free. OI4et ncencr for ecurms patent.. .J'atonta taken through Munn A to. recelra condemn. Tin slrJo-- a band tan.ly, If without chargo, lutbo social not Good nine room two story dwelling ovsr, cast tho first stcafj. i If tho Induitry awnj 9id In Centertown, Ky., has good, cisr A handsomely Illustrated weeklr. Threes elr. tern, good cellar, never falling..well to t(ultlva'j3 a kindly h.iblt of spa?cJi, J4calotlon of nnr selenium Journal. Terms. 13 raonthi, $U Hold brail newsdealers. W jcari eldj of humanlty of water, good stable and other out to unvi.ill tha MUHN&Co.36' New York to th. collection and buildings, one acre lot of ground. A- that 1 Branch OSes, (86 F UU Washington, D. C. yplendld location' for family residence dlssjmlnatloii of hurfcful and wvll ruof the and hotel, price and terms reason- mors, thoiia would bo ler3 ecattr-."leaven of rlghto.u3neJS" able. Apply to Subscribe for The Republican through tho world's three measures BAUNETT & FOSTER, Agents, of nwal. IT IS WELL TO AVOID A $1.00 per year. Ky. Hartford, PERSON WHO CO.MES TO YOU FULL OF CONFIDENCE AND COMMUNICATIONS WHICH WOULD NOT BEAR TELLING IN POSITIONS GUARANTEED THE PRESENCE OF THE PERSON UNDER DISCU33ION.Fath T Liuime's will GUARANTEE you n position ir you us real soon. We need many more Nawsboy.3' Journal. once to supply the enormous demand at for our graduates. As soon as we get the required number of students th.ls otter will bo withdrawn. So vl'MsflssssBa wrlto at onco for particulars. "Fornragalmstth,! imnnlng at ilar for which thocatUo in SouUi Rooknont tollng proo'-no- t No. 9 nnd Point PLjaatnt No. 2?." ijjjnja Scientific American. sk eU-lk- In. confoi-mttto this Judgnvjntan order horyic faro adoptt.d by the Ohio County Fiscal Court, It is tli-- j ordr-- d and adjudged by Court tliat tlw offJMm nf tn, lvurulnr election be and ith'y are hereby dlroot-o- d to 'orvn n jolI tn of 'iho vt-ppoalnots, lngjplaoos In tho aforeaiid In Ohio County, Kentucky, on 11)11, for .tho purpose of ascertaining th3 will of thm voters of eaoh of ths said precincts upon fur-Hh- Sj i., Xt Makes Weak Women Strong, You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this medicine or known composition. Sick Women Well. GILLESPIE BROSJ W. H. HAVE YOUR SUITS l, tliaqu-t'c- afor-sa'd- . It Is furtlwr ordircd Uiat of the submission of tho 1 n notice nfoW3aId &J.F. GILLESPIE Proprietors Cleaned s Pressed '" bttr quosillon tihall be published at ha? 20 days prior to eaid flection In at d as't four issues of tlw Hartford Rt publican, a paper of gouerai clrcuatlon published in Hartroiid, Ohio County, Kentucky. Ord.ard that oach cau& herein bJ coiitiinuid for repeat of election as provid )d iby the Stojtuto. Coipy Attest: W. S. TINSUJV, C. O. C. C. ,i By C.,0. HUNTER, D. C. 13U. ' which dulls the ,V'3t cuivd Nasal Cla'araih., Tiho lieavy fw'ing in thf3 fuivhood, the stuffed up sensation arid tha watery dlsTchargi from eyas and now, along with all the oMir m:s.rikj3 n'JteiiidLng the disja9 ane put to rout by Ely's Cream ilalm. Sjr.oll and tiasVs aro lvfitored, brcaitihing Is nude noraial. Until ycu try this yu can form .no Idxi cf tho good it will do you. Is appU d directly to Uisar.j spot. All drugglg's, uOc. Halloa by Ely Bros., 56 Warren StPeat, NV.v York. Cccaino B LACKSMITHINGi sssrtsssMsssstivsBsisiHssrsssssssssssssssBi.siii.iss.s. I AND REPAIR WORK WE Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, - Ky. I i special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Glili), Y. 51. C. A. 13LDG., Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given j CASTOR. A For Infants and Children. Bears HARTFORD, KY. The Kind You Have Always Bought OlOi W. SCHWARTZ vatifoirAZ. BUSINESS COIitiEQE XXCOHrOX&TKD SSTADLT8HED 1804 liOUTSVIIft-E- , KY. Signature ofW Terrible Train of Troubles. La. Mrs. E. pioiir-nlo- r, and district t Klrby stroat sajis; "The JsW. sihvbmIbs.1s1 ndeandexhfl auifnuun muuei jmiiKtir- oicycie turmsnen oy us. uur agents everywhere at month before I took Cardui I could SlSnyJia.Wr''t"jUtrHcMtartandiptcuilefftratonct, K NO MONKV KEQUIKEO until you receive and approve of your bicycle. ttZshl hardly walk. I had hackache, headmii '"v,SlV...?,ia.y.'?.ii,,i!v'"'un"!' ftnc attain m you may ride the bicycle an allow TJSN DAYS FKEE THIAL duilns which timelannct, frepaysrtteit, an ache, pain In my lag3, chills, fainting put It to any teat you wish. II you are then not perfectly uilsfied or do not wUh t spells sick stomach dragging feelings keep the bicycle ship it back to us at our expense and you will net ti cut cut cent. EflfYrnDV DDIPCO We furnish the highest grade bicycles it is possible to malt ar.l no patience or course. Since .taktttl sTwlVi I IllWhW at Ont Small nmht Irviv. arhul fittrw mrf Vin tO izt middlemen 'l Crofltl bv buvlnr Hir? fif ti awrl hiv thm mintifi'fiirr' oiiV ing hirvrlt nnteft iVhinrl .!. 1t 'Ntml catalogues itnt' ...'! feel Cardui, I have no moro pain, and St any frui until you receive our and, learn our unheard of factor good all the time." Take Cardui and rtmarkabU tfecial nffni to rliiur agent. fm VuTnlHi't 1 m fneet WILL DC ASTilMKHm study vou receive our beautiful catalogue an and got tha benefit of the pocullar wht.n Villi our superb models at the wondtrfuL Vr e sell imfruciv.can make you this year. satisfied the highest grade bicycles for less mom herb lngrodlonits, which have been We are T. with than any ... factory. . i.m nmfit aKw fartnrv rn .. ..v.v.. .v. found so efficient for w.. ....'.. other . ....T. VOU mn K?ll r mir rtirvrlA. linrlor .mil nu-- nm nht. JllULljlj AJ.l.r.lLH. womanly ills. our prices. Orders filled the dav received. i sh isw uuuui We do not regularly handle second band bicycles. U Other people have done the testing SECOND HANO lilCVCLICS. ' usually have a number on hand taken In trade by our .hicago retail stores. These we clear 01 You profit by their experience. Try 'promptly at prices rapeine from 83 to 88 or 810. Descriptive bargain lists mailed free, ln10 and rilCTPB RB1KF3 equipment "I'cc,1r.l"'Pur.tel roller cliafnatricu. pedala, parts, repairs an it. jlfiAtflCK-DIIIInCof all kinds at hatftl usual rttail HEFLIN & CO., aPirst lJrf WINTFILJ DUIFD MfiFHT .! I IllaVHll vni-.- r IKEACHT0W1 Lafee Charles, 51C .: Wlilil :... Bllliousnoss Is duj to a disordered condition of the stomach. Chamberlain's Tablets arc a si utr jch medlcrn, Intond d to act on that organ; to cleans j .it, sUVitigth-e- n It, ton-- ,' and invigorate It, to r. liver and to baniilihlVilcustfe'ra pcs'.tivly and .jf3Ctually. il'or sila by all druggists. m oaj'.-ni'lall-y iSi)-o;a- lly Class Liveryman Kentucky. Centertown, Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, - E-2- 2. to V" . h TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES PBEBjSMBBBEffBBypHRyvBWWwBPM NAILS, Tacks or Glass will not let tho air oat. Slxtv thousand Dairs sold last vear. Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use. t nFMnRirrrmNi Made In all sizes. Itislivelv ondrasvridincr. vervdurableandllncdlnsidewith. a sneelrfl oualitv of rubber, which never becomes porous and which closes up small punctures without allow. Notice the thlok robber treat ing the air to escape. We have hundreds of letters from satis"A" and puncture strips "II fied customers statins that their tires haveonly been pumped and "D," also rim strip "U up once or twice in a whole seasou. They weigh no more than to prevent rim catting. Th. puncture resisting qualities being given an ordinary tire, the tire will outlast but oth by'several layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the make-SQELAJSTIO an price of these tires is JS.50 per palr.bu t for tread. The regular BAdV liMpKQ. advertUlnt.niirnosewearetnalcinffasDecialfactorvDriceta only &.80 per pair. All orders shipped same day letter is received. We ship C O, D. o the rider of approval. You do not pay a cent nntil you have examinee and found them strictly as represente .oo per pair) 11 yo we wiu auow a casu nioouuc 01 5 per eras tincrouy znaKiaE toe price end FULL CASH WITH OICOElt and eaclose this advertisement. You run no risk 1 sending us an order as the tires may be returned at OUIt expense if for any reason theyar not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as in fcank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they wlll,ride easier, run better, last loneer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price. W lenow that you will be so well plias ed that when you want a bicycle you will give us your orde Stock Law Election. "We want you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer. ORDERS-OHImmm don't buy any kind at any price until you send for a pair COUNTV COURT. rtmm sTfffsxO fsT sTCW ftCfltV TIKaw?& lledgethorn Puncture-Froo- f tires on approval and trial j Rwgular October 2nd Day of the special introductory price quoted above: or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue whic describes and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices. bu' write ua a Pta toJav- - uo NOT THINlt OF BUYING a btcyc' October, 1911. mk tAM WW ml I or a pair of tires from snyone until you know the new and wonderfi Hon, R. R. Wadding, J. 0. C. C offers we are making. It only costs a postal to learn everything. Write It MOW. EX ed faste-vre- ' J3J0 per patr, but to tnUoduce v;e tut ttllyouasampu pair tor wuaihu.iuioraerft , 8 O HEDGETHORMTicne a sample pair cci cjueia we PBNCTORE-PROO- F TliM ASJ fC rcAH,u' trrtlur mrtstit Artf r J" itVIt tcttrt .'tut. tj 1imj 1 HsM !!! TO INTRODUCE, ONLY Mil U. iBsBB 1 . ' M MORE And yit sla ipfeas Hiram Sorani'oa, of Clay Gjty, 111., cough id and cough-j- d. Ha was In tlw mour.uln3 on th adivJoe of iflvo djolors, wllio sad hs had coruuniphon, but found no hslp in '.hj climate, and starb.d honv. H 'arirg of Dr. King's Njw Dlsconiory, hd b igaii to U33 it. "I ibJllevj iltsavd my life," ho writes "fw it nnaife a n.iw man cif .me, so tliat I can naw do good work again." For all lung discuses, coughs, culds, la gnlp.o, asth ma, cnoup, whooping cough, iliay fver, h imorrhagws, hoaraonoas or qjulnsy, Us tltd Iwat knojn,"n prioo 30c and $1.00. Trial bottla frw. Quar-anto.by all druggists. m Midnight In the Ozarks SEND YOUR BOY TO H H H H H H H H H H H H MATH EN EY & BATTS Vanderbilt Training School varan T-ir- .Mr PU llUf ir LKTON, KY If Y Y A limited jselect school for boys. Faculty Our patronage has of college-traine- d men. come from several Southern States. Twenty-fou- r different towns in Western Kentucky represented this year. Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Baths. Extremely healthful location. $1,000.00 recently spent on improvements. NO SALOONS IN THE TOWN OR COUNTY. Moral surroundings excellent. UNEXCELLED AS A SCHOOL EOR YOUNG BOYS. Nineteenth Year Begins September (j, 1911 Write for catalogue. Address all communications to Desk "B FOR BOYS L MEM CYCLE siiii COMPANY, CHICAGO, KILLthc COUGH CURB thi LUNCS IEAHih1IK1 and TRADC-MARK- S promptly obtaiiwd la all countries, or no fee. We obtain PAtCNTB THAT PAY. adrtrtlM them thoroiuraiy, at our expense, andlielp you to success. s Send trodeL photo or sketch for FREE report on patentability. 8 years' practice. SURPASSING REFCFIENCCS. ForfrMOuld Book oa lVolttabla lattnu writ to 03-- 0 Pnealdlng, W. F, Condlt. ct al. Stock Law Election. P.oint I'.jisant Pnadnct No. 20. Jchn T, Jackson, ot al. Fqr Judgmvar.it, Stock Law Eljotlon. South Rackaiort Pincinct, No. 9. It apaarOng to th ftntiiaCaictlon of Dr. King's New Discovery w ran AN ALL THROAT AND LUNSTROUILIS. C$82 JEB. xssvvjysD. WASHINGTON. Street. D. C. Seventh QUABAVTSSD SATISrAOXOBYl OK MOWXT uray.iiHQ ave Mracr asd Keep w Style fcy R4i-- g McCall' Maguwe and Utsg McCall Pattenu 1 bulbs '.ID VM IW. MfJfF ucuara kilm auatm MB Bar Ladies! MJFaw. Klhsslns7sVirsa''t 90t9mm mSCtasjsTZa ! .SusSiif. Itiiiii MF Ma4sta UMKtv parmaa-at v trial U1 atais you a BaatuM. enniaui, SPECIAL OFFER AM1 - Of JO Juat Qhtsa luisi tsaittt. Ir Im mum V Si I rini riTisll fM IS IJ MKA1LS HAGA21HE aCT!iDawS ffl umwrnHnpiqf S a JtrriiljitTlH --" I WFUst 4laWs.tsPay.M I I ij.it lli'silFlf TH ' OBNTi oUntlM I MNpJS " nluUf il. V HsBtaMnuS; ImtinaUn. K JMi. SMiasatlsi 1 a wishsu smiiiM Vii SJ MMVu w BMjV"' ' SWe IMtMooww." MsVNI, BL MJ MJMJ valHsbl Information ou all home aud per Only soimI niltteis. (Go a year, Including a froa ixitwm. Subscribe todoy or seaj PMltPT WW CMS fur free asaiuUi eopy. MaCail PatUni will euabla you to make In your own bow, wlili yetrowii hands cloiulacfor ousolf and calWiM wbka will be vutiit In style aud at. ril. irWfvtna hlkHr mil cBts. Bead tor fra 1'aSku Cattofl, Ws M Km Ym Pm PswbIs (of MlUsf sub KrIptMwssissofHriswirlmaiti. Mnds9rfra OHW, Pfewliutt sad Casta mm mk ww jt we ikuu. emm, KcCaa'sMssaslaswlll help you dress stylish I r at a nioderaia expense by kooplug you posted ou the lataat. faslilous In clothes and lists. 60 New Faahlon Desliaj lu each taue. AUo tha Cour 'tthat tho Ffceul Count of .Ohjo county, by a majority ct thb compoalcig ,tho samo Jus iMto-fai- o hj rogular order decided tliat elections to tlw runn'.rg at large of ca,ttlo and tha np?ct,B ther.of In Oblq cQunify, Kentucky, shall be oontfni id .to Uw voting prcclnota wltli-I- n aald County, and It further arovar-In- g, tliat W. F. Condlt, and 51 o'jlw legally qualified voters at Paint Pleasant voting piMclnot No. 27 and John T. Jackson and 21 o'llier legally qualified voti.Mis of South Rockpori voting pneolnat S'o. 9 Juavra uich tHod the'.r petitions Jnwa'-- prayin iUuvt lap elec-Mo- n bo ihald in tlwir rvi)ocUvo noting proclnots at thvir ovgular election No. vwnifbar 7th., 1911, for ithe purtposo of taking th? sanae of the legally quail-tvoters In eaoh of the sadd abovio named, upon t)hfe question whetthr or not Cafttta or any speclos thereof, shall 1 ponnktd (to run at largw upon itslie iwUkU ihlghways, or un n W pro-okic- te 3 H 5" H H H If Y If If If kjckw.yl laftda wilUiln their rtix)Ctl-- o r preclnvta; And M, ivearlrig tiwfr tjach of aald idtfos wW duly MU1, and lwViftg Ms. ovsr for oa month or mor-- s MATHENEY & BATTS. CatlJb mv Mi s, ItiWIl iml fliiWitiist to havlug oximmmm y fAihie and no texe-Uoj- hAvittK &t guh, and that dsttfiay t4w lbn a fen s ry hvm dxmad . fv 1 OtIK WEEKLY GRUMBLE. DM you ever Mop ite was and talk use refljct that It Uilng ko UMc about iKjople oho people another thing to haw you? If ibeso af us who about our tonguce a Htitto itpo freely, about cur neighbors, would, atop and rofUct about tills mutter and know the ret evil that com b from Joe ranch gossip and tattling, nro anjmwo wo wrfhld call a telt ami gossip "no hoks forever. Your Attention, Fleasel tho Your attention 13 called to change in tha aivwrfUaamrwto In tints issue and a!ai to .the tuw ones. OThe merchants of our city appreciate your trade anid take Mils mans r,C tolling you af many bargains they may huve boffer and ftlao Ho oinnaunpj the arrival of new goods .which are placed at your dlqpasal and Inspaotlon. By clowVy waiWhing tha columns of this you Willi I ar,n tiho names of Who Invito you to our iMislnoas-anethJm and you can n3i asilicl with sured .that tiney will tnvat you right A merchant who docs not car.J enough foe yidur trad 3 to ask you to visit his store and who does not inform ytm of the many bangalns. he may liave to offer is hardly .worth your The progressive marchnnt will always lot his cusOomera knew of fcbo arrival of new goods at onceond tu do tihls tbeway for our through the columns lf this isuper Is which goes lnito almost every home In the county. jjvr n pat-roxa- nts Cheap Clubbing Rates. We have made an arrangement wltl publishers of tho Inland Farmer, of Louisville, whereby we are enabled to furnish The Hartford Republican aud 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 tf this offer. tie Some New Rules for P. 0. Pa- trons. "When you feoe three or four persons waiting at tihe sUinp window, try and crowd thun. It gives thym a hint of your Importance. Dan't use tho deJc en the Klde In tl.e lobby of the poet cttce If you can avoid It, iMalw others wait at Mic stamp window while you stick the stamp on jour Uj'ftrs. When you, get your mall atop In the door to look it over, This keep3 others waitnng and a'cras's ntt intion to you. If you aro a smoker ibe sui arid pip1, cigar or c'sintt hsc.o your Ux (full Ma'.t w hen yiiu cam i in. Thai may cau3i amta oqj iwith thitut trouble to lnliale ft hacco gmok. id sjoond luxdea. Exchange. . bl e.t'ng to ikri son 'a ho is a stianger to ycu. Your biutlfully house, busy nu , can n- - r b a hoaue to a dauihtj- wliomjou have lu-r- Ltit us with you are doubtful Some Crude Thoughts. take ,!lm and git acqualint-vour JaiiiUbs. aioumiMai Mg f d w.jalth .be may a io ulme ,t-- ci'iv-js- . This is the JadVa 3132. Tlwne is no mistaking that iuot and in opite of (fnit3 the is gci.ng to play n s cond Xiddle in V) near tutur.. T.te ladloV Uljis om, cm da any.Uilng nJuadays hut fiish, and alvu,jy thuy are won-rfully .pnotjQ'jdrit In titat ant, uv 'lias far a3 suck va aw oJiiSdrcid. The lady liiiVLT tatya can't except wh n tih fays won'it, ami whyi ehi Days, "j will," jou can .bat your n'ak kho tihe Is going to If tho lias to uell aajully bible ito do It. In 1h luart 'CoJ placed wmw of tach of us a tHii4'r aniavj.Ty,ihxii d. tr QUEEN OF ACTRESSES PRAISES PE-RU-N- A. l i I ' r uk dWlltylsth9reult. Aay remedy that benefits digestion Btresgthons the nerves. The serve centers require nutrition. IX the digestion Is Impaired, tho nerve craters become anemic, and Hervow gktd to write my tmlent memiet tkegrtst remedy, Perun. I Mmrbwe. 4a m most heartily. "J mm jl MX nw8 Mw(we "-J- ullm wtik A flUfel ATHLETIC PCVOTKHtt, IH to towA bund or toa'htag word tw toxw of 5hj affitoi.-d- . Vht a ecwvtort t VyivtnAttio ExrtfM TImr taftr Hm Kurrftei Vltlafr. vory h.mc'mai ttww iMsst tor mant Kverythlnjr Is ilMe to be mtawmter-stee' iiMKinVo in w ma'tvepmj even gymnastic exercfcmi. wa o emfortioe truth was brought hone to Geera TMs heav M. wwd ik)Wflt. L't us niakk? Uepwertb,.and he tell M wporlfae lw4t& In "Through Armenia oa Horseback." m dw frcan h ew n, c9Wb (3Dtl- i- hand tAe (wWhored flower The author was stopping In a KurtMsh village, and the Inn possessed but oe gkwlns isw vigor to 'thy hardy. lntlo your general living room. Oh gath r In clmrnw In the morning I began my regular hou&jl If jdu tan a'l'ird It bntn gymnastics, stooping until my fingers books and plo.uris and ohTjjrlul touched tho floor, throwing my arms to the household. But, about like the spokes of a wheel, striking out from the shoulder and going abou all, tiaoa thui oMldn. on thj through all the exercises, none of which half an hour Uiei a jvar dxy taW Oiiy Vjach I ever omitted. I would glndly have Saibbith dW-lu- t taken a sponge but It would have Jijni that neluglon U n great gladnkjw. been Impossiblebath,get enough water. to clmins of gUd about thj A pint Is enough to suffico a Turk, ihat tlirona n tck, and It takes 410 riiinsrom the. Wcllj I got under way with my exerh.jirt, cises when I saw that my nudlenco foot of bulimia from tlw no iparklj foam the eye, no ring (rom was excited; conversation dropped into Ihe laugbi.r, tut tihai "bur ptxya aro a whisper, then censed; word passed her from ono to another, and ono by one waya cf pi a3intni.3s, and all the occupants of the room quietly left poaw." paths anj I feared that they were offended and wanted to call them back nnd apolo gize. Just then my dragoman entered, The Hand. laughing. qualTho hand Is da.o Qtkd as the organ "What has happened?" I asked. of tbi mind. He laughed the harder as ho replied: Tha 'band that is not con3tructilv "Tho Kurds think you are practicing must ba djJtruo;ie; their is ao, inter devotional religious exercises, and ,they retired under the Impression that you mailary. In-- , Giving tr.i3 .hand U always a token would regard their presenco as an truslou." of and submission, w.h toco ads j our cu3tcnn of shaking hindis. Inviiiblo Indian. Thj brldj glve3 hir hand in Wie All Indians seem to have learned a We marriage oen?mcny .iu 6okeu of her wonderful wny of wulklug unseen, husband; ha pledge making themselves Invisible like ccr-tul- a submUs'on to spiders, which. In case of alarm, to lier his In tulvn af subnsJSisIon caused, for example, by n bird alightWl3ll03v ing on the bush their webs are spread We kiss tho hands of prlncets In upon, Immediately bounce themselves token of tubmp'ajlon .to them, and of up and down on their elastic tbrcals of so rapidly that only a blur Is visible. Jalr woman in aclui;jwil-dgem.-iTho wild Iudlan power of escaping albglanoj. ,Tha fourteen jcinfa of the hand observation, even where there Is littlo or no cover to hide In, was probably form 1ihe n?a-- y of the Turlsu. slowly acquired In bard hunting and Tbi custom cf raising the hand In fighting lessons while trying to apvoting or An taking oa.th canu from proach game, tako enemies by surprise or get safely away when compelled to the 'ftiriod wban a man always atte'-t-)retreat And this experience transmitit lliis honor with, a vnayer. blHS3lngs IndicaUng ted through many generations seems Eoc'tjslasitixa,! length to have become what Is jhe trlnXy are Conned "w.lth thnoifln-gor- s at vaguely called instinct John Muir in of the iliani. Atlantic. Tha ring finger was s 'Jeotal to hold An Elusive Water Lily. hhe wedd'cig band for the reason that The water Illy of tho Amazon has with It was ibeliovied to bj cona-cty. very elusive habits. The buds open tlie h art by tlhs most dlnjot artji-twice, tho first time just a chink at Fhlladjlphi'a Rerd. the tip In the early sunrise hours, a sort of premonitory symptom. On the Chinese Floating Hotel. . following evening It spreads Its four A floating hotel Is to be established sepals with such alacrity that you can In China. The vessel will have three see them move. But the big white bud decks, the lower being arranged for amoug them remains unchanged until dining, billiard, smoking and carl 4 o'clock in the morning, when it hurrooms. The main deck will contain a riedly spreads Its blossom wide open, drawing room and 21 bedrooms, each remaining in this condition only half with a bath, and dressing an hour. Within the hour it bas'near-l- y room, while the upperdeck, or spar closed, nnd by another hour and a deck, has been arranged as a prome- half the entire flower has been drawn mortal day' dn Lovltlcus, ch. 23:- - Interesting Facts About Odd Fel - or th tuberculosis car, nade. under water by the colling of the stalk. A, visited tho which Mads, "In the eovemth sMiooj Trlday and distributed lnHl- lows. month In the first dayi bf the "Clipping Sunday." viiuua.1 anjnKimg cuno. Diamonds. , Some infc.iresting facta may bi gloaa At Palnswlck. in Gloucestershire, tho Diamonds wcro first brought to Eu- menth, ye shall have ft sabbath, a Mr. Heinbart Bell, Buford, entered the blowing1 of jLhe ed from ithe naporls made at ithe 1911 soho3l last wejk. Sunday following Sept. 8 Is culled by rope from tho cast, where the mine mMn:wal of the curious name of "Clipping Sun- of Sumbulpoor was the first known. trumpets, a holy convocation." annual convention of the Sovereign Jtev. Wright conducted cVvctlonol ex day" and connected with a quaint cus- Golconda, now In ruins, was once a Not a mere das of rejoicing is Una cd Lodge of tha Worfld, I. ercises at Chajul aianduy morning:. ninety-nin- e tom. In the churchyard are celebrated diamond mart Tho mines th.3 Rcsh. Hushanah. Mice tho scu- - which has just closad at Indianapolis. The first of a Bcmks of ttlx te yew trees, and tradition says that of Brazil were discovered in 1728 and iar "New Year. Jt.'is a day of ni- - In tha contest of Abe first desreaataff all attempts to complete the hundred for a long time furnished most of the; arranged by the' Hartford of which was .won toy Merrick Ledge NO. Colleje'iyojuim Course, the Jew by planting another yew have failed diamonds of commerce. In 1SG7 dia- mpimbrance, twill be given 31, which (bested thl3 crack team's of becomes the newcomer Invariably dies. monds were discovered in 'Capo Colo- tho duty of Bolfexnrainaticn Tu.'sday waning, Oct. 3, wh?a Copt Every year before fhe feast of the ny, and in 1870 tho wonderful finds In To arousj the soul the counAry, thero was pitted against Ri'jchmonii P. HQbBCsn, will lecture. Nativity of Our Lady Sept 8 these the Transvaal were made which pur- the Lijxlngtoniana oantestanits to this solemn duty was the team 'Miss Thompson hiaa orgaotB-sgoad mystic yews nre clipped, and the SunIn the, Immense fortunes of the pose of tha sjmbolic ceremony of thlo Nonth Oarpjlnia, Eeleware, New Jersey classes in Vial'in ansi Voice eultur.A, day "In the octave" thus becomes late Cecil Ithodcs and others. Most sounding of of Ohio, Indiana, ailchlgan. iQWa( jjig." tho ram's horn, one "Clipping Sunday." The Blighth Grade .bojs under Prof. After service of the diamonds of the world arc now Hhadiriolj will iplay there Is a procession of parishioners furnished by the South African fields. bho most ancient qanennonles of tha sjunl and jllinoU i second game of iS'u Year service. The wiinni.Ts of rtflie second .prize, basaball wiilh ilaHenry around the churchyard, nnd then all New York American- next SaturAfter thi solemn ejrvcle of tho which .was a WashlngiionyN. Join hands nnd form a ring round the team. day p. in., at McHKjnny. In a fonnW . n n.. nn Finally they gather nt the eveairg cf Friday and tlie morning nr.n a ui'uijiii. tlast year lor tiha i, . l church. A Crusher. .....a .... tt.ii unrkwj .. J. uoi;etLuui onu1 j. ... u.iu..u foot of a Bight of steps leading to the "Yes, sir," said the trust magnate of Saturday, the Hobrew greeting $300 prize in caek and won second much' Interest is manlfesetd. In ijhe cbancel door, from which a sermon Is proudly, "I am the architect of my Is general, signifying. "A sood honors at a meeting hald at Atlanta, ' coming game. preached. London Chronicle. own fortune." y.3ar" or ".Mayeat thou bo inscrib Ga. When the Lexington delegation .The S.inior Class numbering twelve "Well." rejoined the friendly critic, ed for a ood year" (lin the (book of saw the Atlanta team In tho ooatet out Tue:day . m. and elated Mk "all I've got to say is that it's a lucky City of Throe Kings. life). Tlie custom is gjnal, too, rj .auvw imi may iWfjr.3 up ngainat Ruth IMay, Pre.i:d:ct, and fillss LA'a Do you know what city has been thing for you there were no building given the name of the City of Three Inspectors around when you was con- of sending cards of Kew Year greet the real stuflf. Giemn, Sacnetary, ing to frunds. Kings? It Is Cologne, in Germany, structing It" Chicago News. The ropon's mode do the Sovereign and the reason is tbnt it is in Cologne Lodge which has just Closad sliows Church Should Lbok After the that the three "kings." or "magi." or The Honeymoon. You ana not exnerlmenttne on. vour- - tlhat thero are now In aw TTn.it.1 Children. . "wise men," who went to Bethlehem "Mamma, Is a honeymoon a vaca- Blf when , oa ta.k nhiamtwrlnln's States and Canada 2.02.T.731 fYM rjl , . r .,.w. VMU ,to offer gifts to the Infant Jesus nre tion?" Iniianapol'e. Ind., SeraL 21. It is Ccugh Iteirieidy for a cold as tliat pre-- I l.wa. supposed to be burled According to I "It may be, my dear, and It may be the duty cl' ths church to look afityr tThat tlnese 2,023,731 Odd an auclont lesend, their boues were the beginning of a long period of paratlon has wion its great PiPutaiUonJ Fellaws brought from Milan to Cologno by the servitude." Youngstpwn Telegram. and ext mahe sale by Its jwmarknlblo ive exa',nicled during the Grand the cntldn'ffl, for there is more truth Cmperor Frederick Barbarossa In bolLodgo year which has jU3t closed .th,3 than poetry in tin, old Giarman adagrj, oure3 of colds, and can always UC2 and presented to the archbishop onuich, hcmieacd child for itiha house- d?PDCidid upon. It ils equally valuable s11111 of $5,711,049.41. Dcn't Quit School. of Cologne. Visitors to the cathedral iiiia. oucn was thtj tenor of Gov 1 nat the order now lias for adults and children and mav be in iaiaated ernor are shown the supposed souls of the We regret to see a disposition on Manshall's address at the celemugi, studded with diamonds and in- the part of a few Dt our young peo- g"ivn to joung children with Implicit funds the sum of $37,753,272X0. bration of' th forty fourth anniver-xr- y contldijure as it cantnlns no liarmful Tbat since the organization or th3 scribed with the wise men's names In ple to quit school. Stay at tchool an- drug. of the founding th Genman Gua-erfirst Odd FeVow lodgj In thj yar So'd by .all druggists. rubies. St. James Gazette. m be Prot-stain- t other yar or two, and don't Orphan's association, Qf 1819 .the order has expended foe lield aahaowd of what ougrit to be your-glorat the h3ono.he"e today. rull'jf tlie sum of $13Q,G98,390.0S. Her Correction. v With the Famous. .tihat ypu want to 4 darn more. "The church has other things to do Two young women were talking Dun.g ihj of Step from the district school to Jih'3 A FEW JAQKS WE HAVE nux lodoi3, which clOioJ Fridaythe Gnattd b aide praying and. singing lijimns," orcr their restauraut luncheon tho night, said ACROSS. other day nbout the quality of a cer- high ticlncol, from tiho tilgh eahool to the governor. 'II kattw of mo way mucflr losis'-attotending 'to iiromu'a oalksgo, If you can. Get a hualness tain primn donna's voice. anai:a, ibaSten bjtter eovernm jit nt ilia 0,1- . t.ma that ks ViffortB can "pa oxp:-nde"Oh, she can sing." cried one of education .by or batter nr . adopted. Oma al m 4ans ycu will nav-of the chikf rules on- - than In coring for children. No coun"Slio certainly tliem enthusiastically. try,, stato or Tgovernsneat can prosper loarn too much. If you t, ulna rj be openers. actwl was a mla adopted by can sing. Music like that would cons 1 the If lt children ccinw a niQcbanlc hietad of an enigl-ntho giant Jdller. Sovereign hedy forbidding ana njigleoteid. Apollo from his lyre." a member The or Xarm-- r, an education will not aas o'lebrat'on lart.d all day and Tho other girl flushed and looked fnctn amoklng a olgar or olshr tij durstraws. troubled. After a slight pause she unfit you to become ol'Jhjr. It will vlslM the ing a mitlu,g. This rule BSU'atte'it more than 10,000 . rnltal (lnvittlng. n Vinottln spoUe In gentle reproof, lllns, of Wire- - tha local ledge but little, as the local grounde, which weredaoora'J In Gor1 lass famj. "I don't want to correct you. dear," oomo t! Intelsat. Icdgi? long ago made tn a penalty by man and Ainerlean fltogs. she said. "But don't you think that "When home and Aands are on. and Jqhivson. asejae'rg a fin a ago! net a uiembv' woul Is usually pronounced 'lair?' It spent, $1,500 Stolei From Mail. Stonewall son. you know." Philafor Enoklnig during tho tpregru uf a is spelled 4 Then learning is mast excellent." . of Clubs. Kyt. 36. I'oatofBo delphia Ledger. nwiti'jng. 11 ' ! luaiV3MlO!M London. a v aManinten . Uw seselon of tlie Gwnd Lodse At il Jewish New Year. THE RIGHT DU3R. Disinterested Affection. In 1910 an ffpt was md to awt tha ut nU rohbwy that Stiieadi, Year's Rash Haabanah, or New k 1,UWi lu,r a nriU "I'm afraid, Edward, you're marryJaUkisoa Suvii!gn Grand U&w, t paw a dug up afbout ing me only becauso I've Inherited day, marking the balanlng of the H,needs a good WdjAiy in .whleh'Biore-ibti- a 'iwlding of pwmittln the from my uucle 100,000 crowns." oa that," i Jewish y.ar &G72, fell this year y dol'r in tmtk wr a iiaftil jmb)y of'RAAilcjdgii "Why, Blanche how can you think Saturday, September 28. A strallt la et. it m- Th! mail to tha mb- - taQ. and WWW !i oh)k-wr- e n&s ivfcnrd that of me? Your uncle Is nothing to - o'lontetm. as a holy day fron K kl aeka me. I would mnrry you no matter akn for 4h year of 1911 for aothwi. !U0V, ,nani " --a and Jennto. Friday W the 2g; i H- ttm ovooln from whom you Inherited the money." the H mm fmni At ke meatfew.Ju olcwed tl body. ; l 7 at M nd&, by -- Der Floh. uuUl suadanvOf Saturday tfco 0" d- . toV r"1 a voU of 188 to 09, dHaaltoua-etc. Tin mail '(ioekt8 wre found row Orthodox Jew uberve tho mlt tlie hoWlg of Mich aa mM)y, j YW0W- Mia mid, the horse oa "second day" on itha twenty-tfourtl- u The Faultfinders. whlah Mi obsx-maTihij BibWeal basis for the Mention has been made of a person mall wm wU Mm afKadinie n- -r who, even Jn heaven, would complain - SpMtt. Ibv th juaii kiv uiiii Hrat day el' fpWn-r .-.. of the that his cloud was damp and his halo aa a New Year's, day aad the Mt Siwgtt. Mrs. ,, ,TMs ,wwk eloMB the mt NUMtti ' bos jot, bew sm or hemr of Maty Winter. j twd Jill. solemn day of the Jewish eaJeiwtor, N A matemula. Bwto. next to tii day f w ateaametitta to ih mm ktttoi w mMmL or Wbe serves his country well baa Be .Mr. Kwbw, who 'wm hm is. etwrt wketlwr ke muplf IPw4r. a refwvBoe to a be found !4jalMHgQ6tora. Voltalr im ww, i or ! OUR. FALL t nt Announcement We take r ft 1 great pleasure In advising our patrons, after months of preparation, of our readiness for promise the coming season the same superior ity 'of wearables tor Men, Women and Children, and the satne fair and satisfactory business that has won for us such an enviable place in the estimation of the buyers of this Fall and Winter Trade tor We of ' part hr the State. sell the most reputable makes to be had in this county. We carry an assortment in every line from which the most exacting can be pleased. av ; Grades and materials adapted to an,y use and to fit any purse. Make our store your store. Command us in any way that will be to your advantage in getting the styles and grades hest suited to your service. 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