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Hypocrisy.--Joh- n HAflTFORDOHIO COUNTY, KY,, FRIDAY, OCTOBER r""t No.l S. Rhea. r- James B. McCreary is. the Greatest Specimen Extant of Hair, Oil and INSINCERITY thio Siiate -i The Democrats Kill the Sheep to Win Your Appetite and Use Schedule "K" to Pull the Wool Over your EyesJudge O'Rear. encrt. After tliat I was not oonsultod; of Kentucky out of djbt, O'REAR SAYS I was not askrtl anything ly about million dollar In tbj treasury. It. Mr. MqCrary ought haiVw to But bora lwa atEfprAl.,hni daTMd no foil knon tluit fact. Ily ought to have J thM ,th no vr&te aUo outadandlng untalk about the large surplus on hand When the Machine LIED ascyrtaln. d it. WlttiA dos hd do tlifff WAS PLEA paid "wanwita, olalms for inator.lalfl when the Republicans took charge-- , cjte them to the facts in the ca3e for? it is for thy purpose of (Whi(parfoilmcd turalahfd and herein disclosed. . pping back Into liny thosy D.moorat and owing eriucif le appropriations amou growvrs who At the close or Beckham's Administration there was And Jmatad of lrg ito $1,333,284. Fake Told ance a iv iqbacco up tj and temperRefutes this time luivu Of Four Speakers Here Ijaning th(j ltpubVoana a million ni'ii, who $1,170,055.72 a balance iii the Treasury of Invulnn'rubly to thy argumynts dollar eunplus, as Rhoa McCreary. by But there were also outstanding unpaid warrants; Yesterday and mrsua.dc.ns hrouglit to iijar ore tJhwy. rc'jly -- it a dyflolt on January 6, claims for materials furnished and for ser th jm. 1908 of $159,228.28. tliy vices performed and owinj? specific approth Th3 pivTmt admlnls ration has ipatd O'Rear did not Counsel the "That Is niyyt. situation ary y mrynoW Judge $1,339,284.00 priations amounting to trying to They tnjln; to f Substance of Speeches of $3,783,771.80 moro to thy ecliQols" of Was fan Into a flamy thy prejudices that Use of Force During Go?- -. the StSUo tihan 4h hwt Byckham Johnson, McCreary, Rhea brought such havoc and such rafo toj had oflly paid If th Or, instead of leaving the Republicans a million bel Contest. Kymtucky, that th y may pmfiit by it Wihatt D3ckha(m. did, ilvra would in n dollar surplus, as the Democratic speakers and Stanley. iioliilcallyvbut lie alon j Is not ryspou surplus la tho Stats Treasury tit mono really' left a deficit allege recklessly, they slble. That was Joey ly "is managethan $200,000.00.' ; $ 159,228.28 on January 6, 1908, of SootUvllly, Ky. Oatobyr 9. Judgy ment: Mr. Haley.Mr. Uhat Beckliaini aluIJbJ , . HhrU Jumpud on thq matter a ABUSED O'REAR'S RELIGION 0d ALic iilai(.itd a CiW iXsys ago wihva m,chlny and thlr purjwsy is to oon The present administration has. paid $3,785,771.80 more to the O'Ryar ynterod thy eapiital of county today by the Ijincaln-Jackso- a tinhe tliy thj schools of the State than the last Beckham administration. If they had hj arttd that O'R iir' wa3 'In domination of Keiitucky'H .way, and tho .way hy wynt Ki'my of i&M fTaylor- - only 'paid what Beckham did, there would be a surplus in the State Treaspolitics, c(nnjrclally Gait Ilouto at thy and othyrw1su after his opponent and tratue its iwas and continue to control- - Thut Thy D jmocratlc snoaUmg ktflu y uater-'da- y Ou ljl can and madj a sp.yqh advo ury of more than $2,500,000.00. Is Uinouln-Jackso- n also thy approved was"' composed o from 2,000 to put up to tihy ;plu of Kn- - f Rh d 'alkg A that iha callns vio'-jnway. As yxpjctyd, ho aoawvixd iTh'La Is a llbuflal 2,500 peop'i. tuclay and Uiosj aro the m 'tliods. had it frcm rj'lab'j soul csr but right STATE FINANCES UNDER TWO ADMINISTRATIONS. churgy of McOroary, thar v when and. many Democrats, ''Many of tiiyni at tliy contovney wv nr hro stxpricd and would no ell his aaunsyli d' vlolyncj during thy Ooebyl-Taylaakwl said thai thyy.. thought this a hjamra any rr.ury adout it. of tliy typu of Judge Al- -x P. Humph-ry- y, LET THE TRUTH BE TOLD. conLravarsy.athlsI'lii-- t omior-tunltfair eatlma'y. Wblla many solid tfiait of Lcuisvilla; Col. Thomas BulUtU i STANLEY SPEAKS. The Democrats say that the Republican administration shielded and In a charactieristilc and conthere wuro nuChlrg like tha,t many Judga W. II. Baling riejct introducv d favored the corporation and business interests and used the State Board vincing mannyr,and ecmiy Uglit h Ut of Louisville,, both of thorn distinpeople hen. guish- d Djmccrafcs: Li. ut. Guv. John Gongr-'Esuiaand of Equalization to increase the taxes of the farmers and country people in upon thy cenfyrency of Tljylor's A. O. S'anl y, Thy i ychmaklng Uan with Bun Marshall, Col. Sam H. SturP, lator Sju .tnk-j-- had ho bj& t di.'Uvyry by raising the county assessments. The following tables, which wlUu Johnson, Go nigrum an from .tibis contain aupportTrfs at thy Gait Hou In 1S!)9 Auditor of Sta Gjiiy"nl tixtl and (was of any vf Ills buuch, y-- tfhoivs ncUd-- nt may cause hiu (o risy und Lindsay, jf nothing that cannpt be verified, show this to be absolutely false: district. A nlco HtUe trick ot and na'jhlng,, atoolirt ly nojhln'g1, lo lus plaguy McCn ary as thy BradI j- inci-- d was puUl off at ths point by tiu that typy- - The pjioiiosition was wtotRECEIPTS FROM WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS. irirady arranigy-msni- ts sipoxh. He would jump fyom iNaiKon-ut, which hy wlslteu to dropAl'yady can W! do. comvmlitt??, when. Wvy Murk you, tho contest had tihi3 Taylor-Goob- .J contosi July 1, 1904 to June 30. 1907 (Democrats) issues $ 363,225.31 has. with Judgo J. P. MllleT, for- years ago,to b kvn ireititutf d to del rive thy nnjorit; and trfed his .byU to' stir July 1, 1908 to June 30, 1911 (Republican) Judgj of at to thy lattT, In merly in he banking ibusltwss 628,012.17 of their nutus xn that ap atthjatoldfuj'.'iing. Ite pnjCrjvd his O'Ryar niady tlio charg-- j thatS(;natr Cromwell, Hu in'iroduce Mr. Johnson. contist.tJ giv" thy office to the man spodch for about twvjnfy minutiea with iJSh-sv- s $ 264,786.86 MoCivarj wraty Iyt"yrs to is much e.'nlUirwnt In Ohio cour Excess receipts by Republicans over Democrats who had byu dufiVyd by ihe lieoqjly, s hand-e- d who bolted Beckham, thanltins tih m to t& "agalnfet Johnson on asecouirt of his an eulogy of Bn Johnson. II change thy 'ktctlon from thi pyopUj RECEIPTS FROM RESIDENT AND FOREIGN CORPORATIONS. : towns, about him all kinds of f eiomg h-for dolus so and for votirig for him to In tJw CafthoMc njVjglon. tin Legislature, tho Cons'tutioa to. did his loyality, tc. To oni who Hychall-ng- -J Mct'ryary th j contrary. JdJgMlUerliknown.tbme an ardent July. 1, 1904 to June 30, 1907 (Democrats) . . ; $ 606,876.75 on thy br alt. . ' had spoken itliat Johnson-3apiU-it- , 1908 to June 30, 1911 (Republicans) and it was thought thait by not know 898,321.81 and his campaign m ana gvrs to pulbl'sh McCRBAUY WAS SPONSOR. , morn'JigtiioltoTa' wiould hav July 1, tliuir camralign coutnljutiuns b t'.'y wuuld be, that votes this arransjav.-nt- , "You will thy h'ttyini ssof Uuv UioughtltJint Jolinaotixas dtad. Ilnx? ' wynt in.to tlij Excess receipts by Republicans over Democrats $ 291,418.06 thy .Ijct'jon, and lh-mady. camraJ'gn, b gun at thy Music Hall Taylor coiifryacy in dtail. bit1 ot la hid and aspln would Stanley rfer ' to what was Johncon's h an- - ntlon and Its rough mythodu oar RECEIPTS FROM STATE BANKS AND NATIONAL. BANKS. TEIXS OV CONPEREuNTE. He ha was doing la" Congna in trj'lng dfjcuncatlcia of Judgo 0'R.tar. rlyd ou through thy campaign, split-ti- ng to drivo out thy trust frum thi Caua-tj- H July 1, 1004 to June 30, 1907 (Democrats) y $ 433,549.82 TImt was ceini)OP d of Maimed that It was wiJth Judg. O'JVJai's tho D miocratic parly; with a law-fu- r Ala. atat d that for sevuul wAa July 1,1908 to June 30, 1911 (Republican) $ 519,560,40 lyadlng Rjpublicans and D .'jnoci-a'B- , iinawk&gi an,d consent ithat J. holding el ctlons and puUing famiyrs he had bvjn sp aking' fo iMiMe and itvcludyd in tho list of Wiosw p'ry3-o- whale power was made . tho 'chalraniia uf Jiiatioiis In iilu handa Excess receipts by Republicans over Democrats . . . .$ 114,010.58 iluinphiuy and of Iriu parly. wn Jiulgy tliy finance committee of this dls- - and that it wias hard now tor Mni to of Mr, McCJr,oary stnouV mako a political apia1. HlnAtscund-c- d ". Marshall Bullitt, or Louiavlll . botli "iriot. Hla eatnry argum. jiiits RECEIPTS FROM RAILROADS, FRANCHISE AND TANGBLE. 1'ky a farmer oycci'; uti! yry much DymaciYits. Judg j On this point t lias bym crying just tho amy a1 (Conlinud on Klghth pagy.) l djnsxaud pulitics as ais amy ony July 1, 1904 to June 30, 1907 (Democrats) $1,370,013.76 O'Ryar eald: "Last Saturday night, every op.fjli ho kw madjjaud'tihai at and this was notiwill uj: i.wjd. July 1, 1908 to June 30, 1911 (Republicans) 1,482,456.61 at WickllfiTy, .wliicli 13 thy njnwovJt. McCreary Judge ORyar wiaaitbat ty clalmied Stands for Nothing. coniyr of th First district, jinarth. e Tills appyarul U T.HE BARBECUE. was Insincere. Excess receipts by Republicans pver Democrats $ 112,437,85 Junction of t.hs Oliio and Jlisslaipi McCreary never takes a thy wJiq'm t'jst of his urgumynit fnoan It was aiinouncid Jar and .rtr'idn Miait had will be noted that there was an increase in the collection of revenues rlvyni, a tijrrutory that I It byglnnltg to trad. stand for anything, and dlnnyr (wouM b fney barb-.u- a and iyft in undyr to canvass jiOhtxon'.furthor eNatad that Judgy and It vius but huw? Evoiij-oiy- t under Governor Willson as compared to that fdr a similar period under Ho has Qtlwr parts of th Sitate, and whijim drifts with the tide. and O'lt ar to a moderate drinker that a dinner would Iby B.'nvid Governor Beckham of nearly 73 per cent from wholesale liquor dealers, thyy lea mi tlit I could not go again no opinions or It in his home, all of but thr.M tlw outtit put biforo of 48 per cent from corporations, of 26 per cent from banks and of 8 pretended jxu la lJh'Jy wvud-t- t dish which Is a Uw. ' Johnson per cent from railroads while, as a matter of fact the average increase by In this campiign, and tlinir chars else lie fails to express them. a Mct'ivary intulr could not iby niyt thiui he n lad thtut statiymwnt out or A piocy of mutton or' the Board of Equalization over assessed valuation approved by County thy ohargi. as I ivud in Tho members of his own parfcliat it a took that hij tod du ibis hand, A plckli, 32-- 3 J per cent. Jn other words while the Republican ad- tli pap Boards was only Oam- j fs, thnt I waj an un- ty realize this fact, although by tiw K'dpublican was lasukd. Lightbivsad. ministration was increasing the collections from wholesale liquor dealers safe anxl unfit man for Gov amor ixalga tpainn'itb v, but h nn.rly pick- But Uiijwa was anijfihff bid? lo'Jio 73 per cent, corporations 48 per cent.banks 26 per cent, and irailroads 8 they regret to admit it, but , in. lbU9, wlin thy comt w .s od tho book up, and tilwn nundio Wiat fai bu!nu33. When jxui WMait Ito s-'-i per cent, it increased assessments on farmers and other general bytiwv).Hi 011 Tayljr and .Mr. witness the following letter Gov. K' . etaihinionit. Ho did not dare to JViad the wrtf fry3 dlnnyr it you .wuiv.d Goobjl ovvrthiGoylnorshJp cf Ku-tuck- that was written by John S, 1rn.11 liijl r nt- ffTT to HiTlM or tell on. what p'aa that atatnjiiut nrttt. I had, In a confetV'uey c.f Gov. fe t cold Iw found,' for ha wull kcuw iUhait buy ItT Thero wyro fiw Taylor's fnlendslntheGuU, Housy In Lawrence, editor of tho Cadiz, thtait ,atalt oaeTkt mapy aspirants for that plao K it Vas not tlmy and stands wliyrs'all kinds of ccft d:ilnka WERE RELIEVED OF This letter was RycynOly a mtyting was h!d for tlu1 Louknill', publicity odvlaoil thy uso of Ivy., Record. and luhchys could b bausliC. forco ui ccyrcy thy aoatlng of Taylor. written to a prominent politi IfJory. gumnt m VliUi tho Samo old elation oft bo ydltxnial and ibudu-woro also jtwjo "oll nanit's Y Thro -"OKXThEMANLY LIARS." to VALUABLES AT SPEAKING s'atf of Tho Ifcntuaklan, a lirsHj bov and a ptatuty gallory Jo rjruu "Xow.mark )uu, liy did not say In cal leader of Kentucky. that is Issued at thy end of each of .hying imahucone. money of thfj p.oply who a'tunil dj I tluit that was ex Hy said It follows: I' iMr. Johmsjn was fo'.iUwvd iby JJimos school 5ar hv Uiy students, and Mr. ,on' thvj w.wit cC too B. TlnakBr. was sdectod as udltor of Uils had B. SlaCiwary, ftha DOmociwUc nmlivi Dear Sir: In regard to Man Robber. Two People who Attended Dem- book. I wn.t to 'jh'ltonw'1 wlw Ckivyimor, and was IntrcalUiCtd by Woman Dressed as Ako Will S. Tavlor. of for your question about Senator wlt BtUsuia aryto 12. T'n AgriculuTral echnol, mas.ohoayn asl0 tluit Loulsvlll', Ky., October Hon. H. I. Taylor. Old Alac is no ocratic Barbecue Suffer tr HiiH..rn.nnlv in ...... vy f Riwikrir but ho attunintod, llko tho story of a muost Unusual hold up whlc ono of thy associato odltoss. Tho " ' Lira" " i tfli..v ithnd.. th it McCreary's position upon tho U10 took plnco tost Wodnysdjy night in frtKttJoer, to dlacnodit Heavy Losses. by statwniynt. frlonds of thos young niyn. will first ilzo liquor question, I will agree ."Gov.' Taylca did call into coafyr- s. Slaid to learn of tliyir djsjrvlng Ufa or.d work of Judge O'Rar." Hla Sbaiynyd Bark,, along thy Ohio R&Voi". 1 umlynstand lit, Kcm- - of his onoy, as with you that he does not-tak- e of thi city, catino outburst worn (lUod with vJUHI- - at ith3 wtyrn lwllt'loal fnk-nd-s at and eupporbii-Thy victim antl camj to light last night as firm a stand upon this catlonacf thiIU!(iml,1lca'nEO)mi:' It appears vwy much that tho pickLoulsvillo aftur thy oon,tyst had bjn Noticel Boys Run Off. ths pr 3n.t Itr?piubldcan admlnlWuptitoiis. was Dr. A. w. tuwer, a imysioan. pockets wraro 011 thy grounds yydtor- as upon many other quests Williams Inausuratcd. Vlwan w.ry bofrh I) la fcWt amrytliuilff tliat a Ropubllican On thy night attuned by was lavatcd day and oia ihu Job ryady for jiny- - Harlan Alford, 17, of hvJ and Republicans prysoab I dUl tions, as he might or as yon history 'W Wtaio over the Myphoao toy a volcu Mliuji, and Alvey Iyoli, 17, Of Tayiovor did from the at thy lor .Mlnyi, Ky., ran orf from thing that lhyy1 could find up hy kudw. boll wtov'n old Mao Ihulr not know nil of thy pvopiy who and T would, but having lived f augh'ttho grand old nang-y- opoucdthat tliought park." Hy to a "sunprisy ipxtftiy Democratic banbycui. tho ccnCfii'UO?, and 1 doubt ImmydiakJy boujs Sunday, Oct. 8, ltill. In tho Mth Thilr around him most of your life, and on yuUffAag th&ipaa-- was hri ba Jxuii toodlng itlie !OiA5 on dur tho Iaryjiita forbid anyone elvlng1 tilLemem If I should knuw .tlwm uow. Mr. 'Thomas "Duky euffyryd "Tha proposition wuvs sulinltt.Hl and und knowing him much betb lias mot by a woman la wiyn's clothing lioaviest loas. when Iris ipoakot fonty-ti'.i- d Uiat was ploynwmt or man ay. it Is rypontd ,1418 l&e discussed: What can 1a do? Tlmry By ami who printed a ivvolvyr ut bavm eucking tiho public bpX. and ute'pcokMt book cdntaln-h.- d thuy wxjry going to Linton, Intel. o.ny to Hubmlt tor than I do, you know that purtwv H in fmin $75 to ov-.i- r ilOO, wnastdlyn. duinandtag Jils has darlc oonipW!on, light air- wyry tjwo tilings tlda ittaw itha noon hour had aroihrwd And ihtan began tlw or,anilw for Iho omirttyd hk paokdU of watch, monyy 'Dlw scicond rlctSm was Mr. Roubyn ly hair, Htdgha 145 pounds, and Is 5 to thy oonettitutlonal authoiity tir th this has always been one "mrjy ,tln twiwte tp JIastoli" ba.rbc(ouo and othyr valuably? and pausyd ovur Boaintilit whoa.) watch was atoleu whlli fy t and- 8 licalies tall. ,tt3oah has contyst; that Is. thy Housy of Rupr.- - his weak point?. Ho never a diamond ac&nf ipln. Thy ihtglvway ho was at bhy spoalUug. JOHN RHEA SW5AK8. eandy hair,t light complexion, wjlgha sontatlvys. Tlw othyr wias evolution comes out very strong upon iihought niioT dlnnwr was woman, or thn&t of luteintdaaitfh ocmv Thy hortw Joclwj-- ww ako groat-- 1 115 pounds, 5 fyyt i IucIko 4ilL Botih When i iwas oskyd what I Tw th poltad tlw dootjorto. taky his envu nudl ly In wldenoj and many of thoatmojta buys ary mlnyrs by occupation. Any about 1t, I that tluso wyt any point very much, etc. O raady by John S. Riv. iiiiwting to swallow alx and alloys of ibhy, city, and all around Information towards locating that 1 oautd thyut thy only altM'nattlvys ,nian who ooad said: "McCreary la clny, hy . I Will be Ready in Thirty Days. stryohnlny tabloU found by ohancoln thy fair ground entrancy grytaiOitsiolmnxtaitftiof'llialr, tin they iwyry will iba gladly reofivod, "Revolution myaat forcy, Yilolyaco, Thy Muhkiulrg Senilivl, b.f Gro.w .hypojanly." At tlwit UHkki W pockate. 'Ywaienday ta tvovrwl dMIgviniUy nrlylug their .rady. D. L. Alford, iMclMiry, Ky. oil .and ly arms, civil warfary In Kyntuclny; that villo, Ky., which (woj W. R. Poach, Byavur Dam, Ky. It. R. f.liid no us for Old Mac, but aow at th i waieh and iln at- a pawnbroker's dytualilwea Ud h4tu to thy roo-thy overthrow of novolutlon myaat dtrQyd by fire, wdll Im ttU Mnw Joha Iww a tomUhyr oa- - thm and , Hartford BoyvHoaored. tliu coasUtut-.t- l autlioaiity of tliy Lwgls-latur- e, fully equlpwl in thirty days aiui New Hone for Newspaper. but who whom he idynttSM,tmkw a whoi .We Wcktit aid AnvMKg thy young impi from Hartnt (hut revolution meant a gov- for tliy publication of that eitfeivrifeiEK f4ro aivd to iaavte town.' to waoaiw boenlytfor tltyorcc-Uo- n Mr. R'181 A ooatrRflt, has ; lot of dUfaruw. totally wideh Dr.. IkwW was loth t ford wiho aii atUnnllBi; collago who of A' Hewiblldkg at Wtchflyld, ernment by awns; a gOjWjmjnont by niywspapyr, Tho plant was .duoad m ft aw wu non nr bayonets la Kyutueky, and that was destrayi&l and a standard UnOtyjv, ma- -' Imomu of thy pubUoty k would ara aiaUUg quHy an wvUbly roputa-t- whiuh wUl by occupied Iby tho .IwnbwMkiA 'J. P. BMU1WKK. AlWf W. See thyiHNtvs k K)THiyr Work has begun on thy structure an untMnJuajoly projioaiUon; tliiat wy olilno and other inodixii maKhiuyrjr :tb Bkbliioiiniary''la nmur way wwu. TJal?y, wo will by graduated from and will ha oocuptyd bofoAi Iwlutyr. bad UUbyr Itiaivy thy quoutlou to tho wlll bo added. duw 44ja g(WUiunt that j lw .nirt Kwkuoky taCa cQoatltAiod au'iicritj. m appy.il Doa't trifle ytitk a ec4d to good and 11 of ilw nwatfviw of faMt party J.tountfw To twttly a, tHspuw for pryaedyncy finally to thy (koopta, and such .was School Money Here. j V ( wm uitiOA to for 3qu4Mftt Hwa aaa woya. it Last yvar 'h ww aoatte editor of At tbW point may by val in Supt. Leach Informs us that tn ot a MM. Tilery T4w Idya. a olffloWl .wykly journal at hla ouW ibatwyn two Uda, Uis thy Judwnymt of wvery inaa who by was mouarah OMulc V: dyoidad UiafUia of thy K.'8. U. ftad thU tyaohor's money will .by ready tot , an oirijiloa, to far as I und OW Mae and yWl aad .bturicd la notMuK battor ttwa tDumWrlttl&'s atMer-M-cof tlwtpub- - ok4vv lady 'should go timC" Disputes dtebtmaing tomorrow, and that ' tu ' of JwlO'ttaar. Oouah ttwdy w wm& bad eoWla UW as InMtoa a.h.MUAtw qulty a OIIUUUU AUI i urges every tcachyr to ho byry a Pv, Ww al4Mno. J( Is uaAa aaa bum. For Uasiioi. wUoii Is 1h lbMCalways so of tfiat eharc4cr iwvr occurred In XMwa MtNrt'ttMut bis Mtt Btjala. BliM honor, slnw Ovr a sale by all "I jwwj- - wan iu any. otliyr cwifyr- - j that day. W SmMmh nu into and a KEEP THIS FACT IN MIND. Spell-Binders JHEY .... Latest "Father" ... 1 t , Al-ly- m y-i- '. tho-questi- o. hjslri-mat- y. or y, tt ly - al .... -- li .... yp-fto- conf-iivnc- th-L- mi- y ut A1!-1)- ! 'wi-jr- Ji-- w-l- th-a- i ... aui-yass- .d just n, s hyn-'wa- h-xt-t. by-ca- us tax-pay- er y, - dlffl-jruii- I 3 It f I It' " I U' 1 Ipt- lg-- ... suc-cy-- s too-ora- ar jw niai Al-fo- id oi-j- or - fii-M- t iht wt:" 3 SO-)- potn-nlty- br tbt rdy 1 pun-Mu- .f W Ga-zo- tt. ad-vi- cy Uaivvi-lty,BM.e- r--ad. as yir hf r- - oiw. 0. ' I ME A BREATHITT TALKS FINANCE targe ram there to the .RepuMtma administration.'' To asylums we paid IMjWfJ. ' Penltenllariw. fM.Oto. Idiot clalme, $15,990. Trustees of the jury fund, $11,00. Criminal procedure, $18,&f. Eastern Kentucky' Rormal school, $7,6W). triirKr. In mMt est the Agmtmim wlHia' of 0tW tnvm Vi MUld Vni., moot jfW tell obort trf lUmo 4oT-ab- ta FARM TOPICS. po!n. , .' ! AMAiAAAAA, V 1.1FU AF THK Mmy General Exposes Errors ia Democratic Charges. KGKHAM YTMoUTJC ROTATIION. A raWUim cf crotn k iWnlbr (Mm U of, ikMji value. To grow frroi: wlcttt a pmvo3 tn vkrsv rwwrtd follaw a rokm'Jion wHhotit a v.mmm, object, JIw a for your rItton and W: thji rotoJthiil be adspted to your purcw ,Th0siJ tho only way to git oy benefit Tnom a crop rotaiticn. ii,-f- fr The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which hag bn. in use for over 30 years, like borne the signature eC and lias Been matte uncicr 1119 per-Sff- -f g. sonal supervisioa since ite infcy, Y, ccctaM, Allow no one to deceive you ia this. are hut All Counterfeits. Imitations and" Experiments that trifle with and ondangcr the health b Infants and Children Experience Rgauurt Experiment. -- LEFTJIO - SURPLUS Attorney fees. Feeble mlrided Institute, $3,410. Jefferson court fees, $8,55::. Making the amount; which wt paid out Immediately upon going Into office, and which the Demoq'atlc administration should have paid one Item to which I will call your attention later, a total of $737,-21$2,550. leav-!ng"b- ,. f If they had paid that sum themattorney JadRO James- Breathitt, selves, which they should havj paid, , esral of Kentucky, in an enthusias- they would not havo had the great tically, received speech at Williams-mt- . big balance which they claim to havo In behalf of tho Ilepubllcan left there. In addition to that, wo school s4ae ticket, headed by Judgo O'Rear, paid- $33(3,229.05$557,299 money! In adthat called dition to the asser-tmcanplctcly disproved the wild Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil,, Pareyour attention to, making the total is Pleasant. by the Democrats that tho prea-c-B- t paid out by us $1,073,6(5. They goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. contains neither Opium, Morphine noir other Narcfetio Ilepubllcan administration lnhor-Ot- a would have you believe that they fuod. . destroys Worms nearsubstance. Its ago is its guarantee. a million dollars and will finish turned over to its. a million andSquanCOST OF KEEP1NO A COW. cures Diarrhoea and Wind and allays Foverlshness. owing a million dollars. He ly a half and that we have thoaj who aPi In a She term It is Bid by dered It, but you see, my friends, Colic. relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation position to know, that Is costs Upon sftxracd that by spendld management when you look Into the facts. It Is asslmllntcs tho Food, regulates the and Flatulency. an avoragM about $330 a year' to loeiji X state finances, although the Demnot true. That money, every dollar Stomach and Uowcls, giving healthy and natural sleep. estimate a daJlry cow. Uiion this ocratic legislature appropriated many of It, was paid out on Democratic Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. she must produce 150 ppun'tia of Gutdebts. sums aside from cur'rnt lure Republicans Increase Collections. ter to pay Ivr bard. All aibo,ve this the present administration ALWAYS Now then, let me show you another amount Is profit arid anl' arnqunt besCta go out of office with the state thing. They tell you that wo have low reiinascitsj loss to Mhii dairijuiian. urtt owing more than $125,000. On been favoring banks. We havo colSears the Signature of Dm subject of state finances, Judgo lected more money from the state and The Philosopher of Folly. national banks than did the DemoZmathltt said: "Why Is It," asks the Philosopher of Xy Friends: They accuse tho preceding us. cratic administration Folly, "that after a fellow has taken a of squandering the money We have collected more money off yeck off, ihc people, and they say as an of railroads; wo have collected more pagaVjJ 'by plantilng tbaser nad tkorools feeling he always wakes up with the f that he Is about to be evicted csrji3rjico of th&t that when they went money on whisky. For Instance, the so will thow .be in peca- highest sum they ever assessed to33, and tww varieties may 1j prcpa- - and arrested for obtaining money unpower on tho 31st d.y of ts of u 1907, they left In the treasury whisky per barrel was $8.00. We gatKul iby prancing tlieaj sports, Ordl- - der false pretenses?' KM-Yoc? abe. state a million and foar hun-w- raised the assessment to $10, and we oiarlly, rmw varlotiios are ab'a'lrwd Never out of Work. , thousand dollars, and that the have collected more than 25 per cent grewn on 'tho 1' The busiest lltjtle tilings, aver made Xtepabllcans have by extravagance more than the Democratic administra- by "planting the In ta'o tops, and th se &?odj Mil mix are Dr. King's Now Life Pills. E3ry and iiy squandering the money there tion from that source. Ncwvomicmr. d They assessed the Southern Pacific bjcauw ttuy aiie s.vds thia potato's pill lis a sugar coated globule of luxlth dDstfpated that entire sum of a railroad on Its franchise for years at ana mjrely swollen and nearly a half of dollars. pliac.js in tho that clia-ng-weakness Into atuvflxgth, only $5,000 per year. This adminis- roots. languor into lenergy, brain-fa- g Answers the Charge. Into TSeir, is this true? If It Is, my tration, and under my advice as atpawor; cuninig Conutipaiilon, MOLE AN INSECT DESTROYER. nwnial Xriaauls 1 am going to bo cam'id with torney general, raised that assess.The initio's authority T.cer.tly Haadaohie, Chills, Dyspepsia, MalatUa. tax the Js true that the Republim 3WH It squandered nearly a million ment on the franchise from of$5000 rnad3 an eximlnation cf the stomachs )nly 25c at all drugglhssT Southern Pacific railroad cans have of mol.33. It'wau found that half or half dollars of the people's up to $25,000, and over.jnd yet they Salt produptdn is perhaps tin oldest 33a a con zxxuxgr that was there in cold cask would have you believe that tne Re-- moriJ of itlw food cf tho mole world. publican party favors vcorporitlons. sists of Insects and tholr laniaie.meut industry in the 'Jets, to them by a previous Demo-nsU- e We did more than that. There are of i noxious. S3 far as Its food administration, then the Repub-TSaA Strange Story. millions of dollars of assessed value 13 oonojrnied, thj mole is thus beneparty does not deserve the Argyle, Mich. Mrs. Win. H. Carson of property o'wncd by the distillers of or the approval of the people ficial on the wholie. Thttia is no dic this state. And upon ths.t issue whisky. Now listen, my friends. The rect vvidi nee 'Qrut t will iat lKa-toe- s In a lotitor from Argyle, says; "I was Democratic party has been In power afenost iwJld with pain in my head, an Tznv. I am perfectly willing to rest or orlivr tubers, but clncumsuin-tla- l all the time save, as Mr. McDermott othc-- sovopo pains from womanly rou 35e case of this administration. evidnoe admitting that move of bios, "Sou left In the treasury, so you says, for two terms, and they had ftor using Cairdui, 1 obtained the legislature one of those. Now, hcrblferous habit may cconplJ nwJe , nearly a million and a half Sao-listen: Every distiller- - In this com- ruins in Call, it was shown thatcora great relief. Further .uso of Cardul For argument's sake, 1 am go- may form an important itcrai of th' raised mo from my bed of agony. CarZbr to grant that this Is substantially monwealth sells the output of his Immediately upon it food of inol-is- ; tliat oaintly planij.l dul saved my life when nothing SSac It is substantially true that in Ske treasury of the state of Kentucky, it Is sold to people in New York and corn Is ssDidtimaa dijslrojvd bythijm, elso would help me". Whether Seother foieign states, and they issue riously sick, or simply ailing, take. stX the close of Mr. Beckham's and that if notmieroua Ju corn Ciltl 1 reOardul, the woman's itomlc there were a million what they call a receipt for it, and In spring til y aro capable of doli 322 zi bait dollars. But, my friends, In that receipt It Is stated that the lieves pain, regulates irregularities, tV that when he SJC CARDS lie Republican party should pur-se- e holder ofwhisky,receipt, pay 5 cents calls consideiable damage thoi builds weak, nervous woman back to shall per A GOOD TRAP CROP. tho same course pursued by that for thisper health. druggist about Ask your month storage, or CO cents vigllanco to It rcnilrvM consicvraib TOsxDcratic administration, we could barrel 13-... . power at the closo of this per barrel per year. On that charac- kcup iiuodts from de Itroydng Oibbage. It. igment of ENVELOPES ter of property the Democratic party TJie cabbaga . &rar and leave more than two million had never collected plant fuirrshj almoat The latest burglar-proa single solitary sate cUJlars in the treasury. (Apnlause.) ldtjal pjaaj fyr insjtos to Mda cent of taxes. And yet we brought an constaa'dy, whun not In us. Republicans Paid Debts. suit, this administration brought suit, fmm the gardijw and coatfiiue thlr . BILLHEADS Vbo Republican party has always against these liquor people, these dis- destructive work. Donutivrodt Uivqi A Lifetime Trouble. Irclifcvnd in paying Us honest debts, tillers, claiming that these storage to injure plants. Ingram, Texas "Bvor dnce-- r ia snaoang Us honest obligations. accounts were Just as much assesea-- 1 Mustardjour has and LETTER HEADS Xm. laitn we took office the Demo-orai- s ule for taxation as your mortgage usually attractsa'pungkint byhajto pecua woman," writes Mrs. E. M. Jia.oota its had not paid the school teach-- i noto or any other property which you of ijhjs place- - "I suffered frorn liar imtjll. It is aomutimcs admlai- ffictr two months. They had not hold. And that case was fought put hli to ylaat mujtand rpai'O the offlcers of the courta. They In as a trap orop womanly trouble. Last fall, It got tho lower court and STATEMENT HEADS' so ,bad, 1 had to stay-i- n bed for Boar- Sctil ntfc Jindd fees due the clerks In supremo court of the taken to tho to catch ituieds and l&ctjp th-jfrom state and ly a weok every month. Since taking Sxnistille aitd other places; and they court of appeals held that those tho d sxoying othor plants. WhjJi they acIxeA iwnnittefl to accumulate in the counts were subject Cardul, l feel better ithan I havo for to taxation and have roatj a raid upon the CIRCULARS rtziasnry claims unpaid, which they made them pay on it, and the stato mustard the pVints may be eprajvi years." You can rely .on Cardul. PreiaZaaSd havo paid, more than uufflclent pared especially for women, it relieves will collect for five years back, and .. with poison or pulled up' and destroySo vlpe out every dollar that they nill collect more than $100,000 womanly pain, by acting on the cause from ed. 'ia3 In tho treasury of the state of that ono source alone; and they BOOKLETS and builds up womanly streugi'ih-whe- r . STOCK FORAJS Kentucky. "Now, is this true? Let's never had collected a NUTRIENTS OF FOOD. dollar from is most needed. Purely' (vegetable. Protein, starch, fat, tsugur and fiber it kk. I want to call your attention to these people. flllld, but contfttn Jn action. Try It. at proposition which these Democrats are tlie nutrients tliat miaije up liod State Nearly Out of Debt ORDER BLANKS CATALOGUES . avoid. During the first At your druggists. 1 Prata'n is the enly prw fonra ,wldch Another thing the ZeswJature after we went into power, islature did. They Democratic legmufcJfj and tissue can be tiiajie-HiU- e made appropriaswSen all these facts were fresh in ana ine eggs or the Spanish tions out of tho current revenue of otlijrs serve to produce hUt, tt&e zninds of the pople, tin senate SORTGAGE"BL'ANKS thu lariat in tha world. Scfl'eft of DEED BLANKS this state amounting to a little less and fat. SawJi eC-tband sugar are ajual thorn will weigh a pound. state of Kentucky passed this than $1,800,000. They said to us "You in fcj,d value. Tihe fiber in solution: in tlw pltat nave got to pay these appropria"Be it resolved by tho senate of tions;" and yet they cut gren has the eani'o food value Blind Dizzy Spells. made no sort Kentucky that tlie auditor of public of provision at all for ralslug a sin- as s:cu.ch; 'wliea tho plant, to mature, Wilmington, N. C Mrs. Ora anoonnta be required to furnish the gle dollar tho fiiwr li3on!)33 laiigely lmligesti-- . to pay. any part writes from this place; "I sKcale a statement showing tre gross appropriations. They left oftothose" I la as i straw. us Fat turves thie iiame used to iavo blind dizzy speajs, and run waodpfa of tho state treasury for the the state, to pay the ordinary exis the animal .body sib etarch; preceding .the 31st duy of Jan- - penses cold spoils went all overt and these extra appropriations . i nur-- i coucentratod, having two wlc rsrry, 1008." doctors could mot toll mo for charitable and other Institutions. o.- - .vu.Iu tlnuii as much uutrf-- . Tti aenate and the house of what was wrong. After. k'lng oardul Now, In tho management of this minjt in a glwqi weiaht were in session at that stato of affairs In Let Us Subtait Estimate on Your Next Work. tho state of I am all right and In bettor health firce. and this is tho resolution sent tucky, wo havo wrestled with Ken- RaTAHiON IN THE GARDEN. those" than for 10 yoars." Cardul is a reme to ah auditor. And the nuciltor 1 All Work Guaranteed. Tine gaid'n rotation aswv.-l-l appropriations, we have paid nearly dy for womoa which has boen used promptly and ho slums that all that was appropriated to the nor- as the fde'.d. Do not th.nk tlut yau by Obbj Domocrats left In tho treasury women for nearly a' lifetime. l mal tho s to liU8 of courso that included slty, schools and to paid state univnr- - oan grow cabbjgo or onions or leituue prevents tine unmeoossary pains of feand wo havo all that was upon oqo art!cubr spot continuous ueacm 'Collections that we ha3 made appropriated male troubles, such as headache, to these various char ly without miwtlng Sx tin month of January thcio was with failure. s, itable Institutions, practically. Yet, dragging down (rvaolvlr-fa Oo treasury and colloctoi during notwithstanding theso heavy a Tdeciiiae Jield, a etc. Try It. appro lirjimbor taat month $1, 700,4 80.88. rf Invest iljata and fungous prlatlons that wero mado, when tho Some Big Claims Paid, Republican party goes out of power s will thrtje foicim Aftkir a five-yeaiffort, a burnto yeir 1C3, 22 New listen, my friends. Wl.en that In Decembor thoro will not, in my whua a ojmple'jj notation Is iwt pric- - ing gas twull In tlu CaddJ fl4d, Ijouts manuy was found there tho itiestlori Judgment and according to tho fit:. t!cod. Cthargo the dlflciviit garden laua, h"is Ju-.- t U.wn extlnsuitihrdd. eaaoe tip. linvo they paid tho debts?' ures, bo exceeding $12C,000 of Indebt- cropa from one iurt of tin pkit'to IJene Is what tho auditor said to tho edness of the state of Kentucky. (Ap- aiothijr, and occasicnally , Lamo back is one of Oho moat comtuid ' the mon, plause) And this is duo not to any plat waale of tho stato. ns to wiiat .farms of muscular rheumatism. Xot- a to cjurver and grow tlio was made of thut money. 0:1 mismanagement on tho part of tho Chanib-jrlam'- s gaffd-oil a fentila spot on the back A tov appUcaittoas of January 7, 1908 that was Just one Republican party, but It is duo to Llnlmi-will givo relief. For alo &CT after tho oillcors elected by tho theso heavy appropriations mado hv put of the fanu. by all druggists. in QREEN .MANURING. ixjmimcun party wunt into powor, the Democrats. L governor was In. of courso. lu Thoy overlook the proposition that Whun ecMeiwnanuro ciwpa uro TOWER HILL. pilot charts of the British TJu rcmi wasborir orTlins hill IXnembor, but tho other oftVers did Wo navo had all theso heavy extra plowod uiMkir, tlierji is more or V:s numorous show London wall. art lake their Places until the CUi , appropriations to handle and tho or-i- y teuiioiioy of uoh nuto'lal to twur plaaea on thecCflco a,as wlienj "wbJtu A Noted London Spot, Mho Soant f lu a house close to hat years laler-thigh of January. Ono day after that dlnary running oxponaes of t"ie stato U.13 laud, is.Jn A. D. oet J Many Famoui 9eourroncei. and niipliuatlciw of Uiiiiaf- - wattT",.! oacount.tfed. Tho ley dead, choked by ooan Tower Hill is taa and before we had hnd an op- - to Pay, and received nothlus from ter plowing a' perhaps both the most crust which starvation had urged him uniier such crops sttieatrtii looks llko milk. whll &a a.u s.!rv Errtimlty to collect a dollar of taxeB "ny outside source They 'ocelved to devour too greedily. n tho soil and axut a mow favorablo aro tlU."d wltli a milky, fog. The traogp Important eminence and the most an upper ar acvumulato a singleclalm against Just hefore, or Just after,' the con-room treasury of this state, the-- o wero tract was let for tho construction cf condition for the grpfji of .clover, It &Lght Lb ttuiic,-- to to dua to Boraa think spot lu all London, few of u ill of the Hull tavern. This waa the what great persons havo nulntiv feted Otway. At the time wkea prwacnted for payment to tho auditor "I"" magnlflcont capltol $1,300,000 la vjry lim3r!ant to .woifcln clvrs tonn of iihospn6reeo.co, tyilly lived there and what others, equally Jhe ton of the muses Jay dead Better- -, jonr stato the following rlalms: from tho federal government. Now, as often as ixwrflble, olid a we?t soil no caufo Is kno,wn for It but Erraaf luiva n.af uuu .n.i ton, the celebrated founder .i .w ii.b n.i uieu uuii . iu SftOtool claims $557,299. Now. the what bocamo of that $J.300,000? They la nacxjijany to"gt good results witli 'water" eeeuw mo To it, or rather to Great Tower stage after the nwtnraHnn of the . oflue41y 'iiitlm BXaaocrata had left that unpaid. It Day thoy paid dobta with it. Uutssup-w- u them. street, miu Itocbester to pursue life wrlnglsif tears from the eyes ,mrU of tho, JtwHan- - Ooan. of the they had nqt received this luo In December and January I,os inwe as an itnibtn fortune teller, puble, pot for the fsmlebed deed, but THEES FOR THE FARM. h1 thoy had failed to pay a slnglo money, you cduld m not havu found while the bedlMtted Bwklnghaw of. at We owh Sctlttotte sorrows Nut trcva hone many. t!Uii tocowi-rrila "Yen. .Tlw boat pk&fcer. A i4eQ3 of ftan-icent of it. Why didn't they pay It? . I MOO.O0O In tho treasury of tho state tea walked thither to c&imhiII a ke rreeervetl." tUdin for shade and pnnanien-U- l KuBfdjr because they wanted to ac- - when thoy went out of power. It dampoHod w6th CliMitborlala'a a slfrew, farueelng rogue, who, It wee te Greet street MMt as thoy claim, a largo sur- - I would have takon ovory dollar they purr.-i3j- . While rwiiiy et tliem apj tm& ibcusd Uw tffoM wbea Pelton bougkl atfbe eutlefa jJiis la'tbo treasury and go before tho ! had raised from taxes to pay what slpw Ja Krawith and require go,odo1l 'parte Is .warrior oh evr on the sutuult of the bill fer a t4p to a & aad say "Wo have accoin- - J they Paid lu the construction of that and of moisture, tlu-- arm ho- - ots obr o3 tokh mi muiih.. Ymr ebMliag the knife wt,k which be killed with his boon eowpealo, Tfd Oer. jiUshea woBdrs; we havo left this Japltol. tbe duke'H futber, uic bv kuou mertUes.-Lond- on tiaJ tor luuevity, buty, gruco n& by U J gg'-rtSiauderd. m ni - There aro sraowhoeswjMl tl:nttho life of a grapuvlina is )ttgrk ton that of tlw oak. It la rarVUiat a wild grapwjno is fouHdltwt teg. Ah A of old agd. I'Hny nnmMoDs a vino 600 yoJn oW. .TfceTu ia la w1a a Har ton Cort, England, planted In 17C0, whlln here tn America theTo is a wild grapovlnw on tiw ehor a cf iMcblle Ri) within a mill of Datphno, Ala., oim-inly knatn as Uia "Gvmial Jsokea' vlnj, nioro than 6 fbjt ino'iH2umfr- ency at Its baaj. Thjils a(.gaa;i-vin- a In Carprafer'a, Cal., undr which more than 800 rwsons may stind. l trunk da 8 faat in dlamr at' 'tli ba&a and It has lonno as high as tn tons of fruit. It Is'sai'-Vhat this vine was planted in 1812.. VARIATIONS IN'VARIETIES. It is qulto cantata that ipo.'aooa will nut mix in tine Jiill any mora (than chickens will mix In Una Bsit, buh this djca not prevent a change in rcPa-too- s in Uw hill, not duo to mixing but tp itho tendoncy of all living .fc.'as to "sport." Tb-jrwill ibe occasional ears of rid corn when nonjd kicvn.a are ipliutod, amd rod .corn can Rw jro-d s OlUnttmi r vry Tlw little irth wpran k a valuable Intact and should whenn-e- r It la poaalblj. Uy burrowing In tho earth the oatrh orip bt'lng top up subsoil and mix. s Jt- - Avlth .permits soil; opens the itartloljs air, wator and organic malfcr to and and .this cau:.?3 ab,jnlcal physical chaiig-.- s that produtw ptent -- Value of E.utfa worms. Jnst-as-goo- d" al n-- tr, What is CASTORIA It It It It It GENUINE 3 The mil-'Be- cr CASTORIA Use For Over It M v Haye Always Bought 30 Years. 1 th-jn- dol-3aa- LET US PRINT YOUR tote heads post cards H i y ma-.in- g 24 of I blotters bo-ca- "programs m shipping tags ia labels;.. E-2- aa ' V 3ir Superior Qualify, Prices Reasonable. aj uds Oe-sjil- fool-lng- s 3. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 'Pliono rs' 4HARTFORD,KY. - yr nt rt For-ty.fo- ' 1086-avp- A e 1 tpc-ii'x- ul A cou-Jure- r, IJn-UiKii- xt Twr ttl-jnt-y i)kr i ti mi . CASH ONLY BUYS Dont Throw this aside, it,will Save you many Dollars, read CareftillyNO GOODS CHARGED $ SEUIK V by January 1, 1912. OUT TO REED, onr BUSHSS 11 Hartford's Leading and most Reliable Outfitters for en Women and Children THE NEW TORE STORE -- fc T. ID. IParojpar-ietox"- . 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 I mention, therefore I must sell out my entire stock and quit business This Gigantic Sale, Nothing like it Before Nothing Like up-to-d- jt Will Ever Occur Again so Don't Miss this Great Sale. j 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 Dry Goods, Clothing, Worth of seasonable Shoes, Hats and Ladies Coat Suits, Jackets, Skirts, Trunks, Valises, will be at public mercy to be s,laughteredin 90 days. BEGINNING positively move nothing. life-tim- $10,000 Notice! The New York Store. The en- THURSDAY. OCT. G II, ONEPRICETOYOUALL! Every article in this Closing Out Sale will have a white tag attached to it with its Sale price marked in plain figures so a child, as well as a grown person, can buy at this Closing Out Sale without fear of things being overcharged. out in 90 days only.BeginningThurs-day- , Oct. 5, 1911. at 9 a. m;. Rain or shine. tire stock is on sale and nothing will be moved from Hartford. To be sold The New York Store MONEY-SAVIN- And will continue this Sale until every article in the house will be sold out. We will The New York Store it e stares you in the face. Come, you dare not do an injustice to yourself and family by 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 OUT TO QUIT BUSINESS MEANS. This entife 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. I STORE WILL BE CLOSED $200 J. D. REWARD OFFERED! TUC DI1RI I ir nC rUDLIb this Two days, Tuesday, Oct. 3, and Wed- Reed has hereby offered a reward '); " t nesday, Oct. 4. An army of assistants will be busy day and night arranging and marking down the entire stock. Be patient and reserve your trading for this sale. of Two Hundred Dollars to any person or persons who will be able to furnish proof that goods were sold during this 90 days of said Sale at a higher price than advertised in this circular. legitimate 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 open Thursday October, 5, 1911. 9 a. m. The New York Store we cannot Mention. Below we Quote a few of the Wonderful, Marvelous, Extraordinary Bargains we are Putting Forth and Remember there are Thousands Notion and Furnishing Department. 10c Hose, Men's, . Ladles' $2.00 $3.50 Dry Goods and Dress Goods Department. yds of the very best calico.... 39c 41-- 2 6c Bleach or Brown Cotton Cc 8c Bleach, Cotton 71-210c Bleach or Brown Cotton 12c Hops Cotton a yard wide. ... 81-- 2 8c and 10c Lawn only a faw yards 3 loft, per yard; Cc ' 8c Apron Glngihanis.,.? Sc l6c Dress Ginghams 15c Dress Glnghaaus,"la- 12c and v test colors 9c 23q, Tlgw Brand Hosq for chil10 V l-- ' Men's all Wool Sweaters.. Ladles all Wool Swtattirs In all colors $1.19 $1.9S arid 7c 9c . Children's..., J5c Hose...... 23c Hose ..., ..13c 4c' 10c Ladles' Handkerchiefs..... 10c .Men's Handkerchiefs 13c Men's and Ladles Hand- Mens' Youths' and Children's Clothing Department. 33c Boys Overalls, siz-fs from 4 to 15 23c N dren JGc i t lr Peroals a yard wide 8c Outins Flannel.....', i 10c OutJng Flannel Outing Flannel in 12 l-colors 12 Drees Flaunelots all 121-2- c l-- .9c Cc Sl-20i all W col- - 7c kerchiefs 3c 5c Pearl Buttons Necdle3 all sizes lc 3c 5c Brass Pins all sizes .'...7c 10c Suspenders ISc' 23c Suspenders 24c 50c Suspeudors 39c 50c Mon's Work Shirts 50c Mot's Fleeced Lined Shirts 39c and Drawers ClUIdreri's Union extra Suits 50c Men's and Youth's Overalls, $1.10 .Men's Overalls.. extra . 3Sc heavy $2.00 89c Mon's Army Pants extra heavy $1.75 Men's Corduroy $1.19 ..'.. Pants,dark 1.15 2 29 colors $3.50 $1.50 $2.00 and $4.00 Men's Corduroy Pants in allcolars. .". Men's Oaaimere Pants made "up-to-date $12.30 Youths Suits 7.39 Youths Suits in all colors..- - 8.09 $2..30 and $3 Russian Blcusa Knee Suits with belts 1.C3 $3 Blue Serge Knre Suits iwith Sailor Collars ....3.23 $3.30 Knee Suits, Light and Brown .' 1.C9 Checks $3 Knee Suits in dark colors.... 3.43 $G and $C 50 Knee Suits in nil 4.S9 colors $4 and $3 Little Bojs Overcoats 2.19 all colors $10 Youth's Overcoats, sizes 14 4.S9 to 20, all colors $10 Men's Overcoats In Green and 4.9S Brawn $13 Men's Cravono'.to Overcoats In dark only 8.9S $22.30 Men's Cnavenett Overcoats guaranteed water prcof.. 12.48 $12 $15 and Children's Bear Skin Coats, sizes S to 12 $3.30 Misfes Long Coats $C Misses Long Coats $3 3.W 22 3.9 Men's and Youth's Hat and Cap Department. $2 $3 $3.50 Men's Hats In Black and Gray Men's Hats dn all colors 9Sc 1.3& 1.SD ' all styles Caps In all tho latest styles from and $4., the J. B. S. llas 7c to 4Sc Shoes for the Whole Family Wo are exp.ctlng our fchoos In a few days and wo will havo tbum ch arer than any house in town, so pay you to wait until ourn It will come aud we will 1kio Uwm on display in our'store on counters. 92c 50c 39c goods a jard wldo 50c andy75c Silk, all colors ioa 32o yard Table Oil Cloth in all colors.... 17c 33c Table "Linen Hod and Blue 22c" only 30o 60c, White Table Linen 75c and $1.00 White Tabic Linen.. 48c 9c , 13c Bed Ticking 19c 25c Feather Ticking 23c Extra Heavy Blue Denuni.. 17c 12c Extra Heavy Shirting goods.. 8 2 . $1.00 Blankets, largo sdao Per. ora.i and 75c all , .... 9c 19c Ladles Union Suits, extra Heavy.. 39c Heavy...,, AVool Serge; DWsa f Man's Union Suits, extra heavy v..89c 19c 50c Mun'a and Boys "Belts 7o 10c Men's Work Glovo3..., 75c Men's and Boys Leather 4Cc Gloves i $1.25 and $1.50 Men's and Boys 92c Leather Gloves 50c and 75c Cornets. . 43c $1.25 and $1.50 Corsets tho C. S9o B. and W, T. Brand i Ladles Vests and Pants extra S9c , Drawers $1.25 Men's Flannel Top Shirts.. 89c $1.25 Men's Pants all wool guar$1.19 anteed $3 00" Mon's Pants all wool guar1.78 anteed 50 pairs of Light Gray Pants, 1.9S $4.00 and $4.50 $4.50 and $5.00 Pants In all tho latest btytos and colors.. 3.29 MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS. $7.50 $12.00 Ladies' ors $8.00 Ready-to-We- ar De- partment. Xrom , col- Ladles' IUady Mado Skints all $1.C3 to $3.98 and $8 00 Mon's Suits 2.9S all .'. Men's Suite in Gray and 8.9S Brown $15.00 Men's Suits in all colors.. U.C3 $18, and $20 Jfcui'u Suits in light gray $18 '. ,. 10.03 11.43 12.98 pair $2.00 $5.00 $2.00 49o Blankets, extra large Woolen 'Blankets per Quilts extra Heavy pair.. $3.39 $U9 size $1.19 (Hoary! $1.25 Avon's all Wool Shirts $1.75 ,19c and $2 00 Men's ' Flannel Top Shirts and $1.23 and $20 Men's Suits in Blua Serge and all colors $22.50 Meu's Suits In all tho latest styles Ladles' Suits dn Gray on4.9S ly, latest out $10 Ladles Suits in Black and C.08 Daik Gray $18 Ladles' Suits, Blue, Green crod 10.98 Red $C00 and $7.50 Long Coats in 4.38 Black only $10 Ladies Long Coats in Dark Brown C.4S $12.50 LadUs' Lone Coats, Green Light and Brown 8.38 $18 Ladles' Carragan Coats, Guar- - Trunks and Valis-- s all during this Great Closing out Sale will go at half prico. 1 Lot of Min's Odd Coats in and Blown, worth all the way $7 to $S.50 a coat, our price' thoy last Bluo from whllo $4.10 10c Towels each during up to Jan. 3i Co nnt.ed $3 Children's Bear Skin Coats,. 9.98 1.78 1912ieach 13c Towels each 23c and 33c Towels each 50c and 75c Pure Linen Towels each 9c lilt Prices turned loose for 90 days, here is your only and greatest opportunity, come early and come often comjB every day", while the lowest prices of a century prevail. STRICTLY CSSH Prices Smashed account of the extreme prices all to Pieces. quoted on this circular, positively no On low goods will be sold on credit. This Means Youl on hand to servo you. We aslj 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. enormous crowds'at this Sale, therefore BE PATIENT we ask the public to be patient and wait will be for your turn. Plenty extra sales-people Wo aro'&cpectinfr Please Take All persons indebted to us will please call and settle their accounts before we leave Hartford, a3 you all know it takes money to run business. So please call and settle your accounts. So NOTICE. V& The entire front of this store will be covered with red and white lettered signs and banners with tho 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. let nothing t J. D. REED, Prpprietor. NEW YORK STORE BEWARE OF IMITATORS "44444444 Hartford, Kentucky. Hartford Rpublican. r I '.'1 I ! av.Lly CVuh. r doTJi !1 tfonsmvll imt tlurni on Uw coltr. ,TIe ffhat Jn tile dyath of Sis didn't know tJie chtekvirf fA wvro lay1 ter JUbkj C. Garrtt Djw Drm R-- b Uwd, Mid aik"d if they would and ikah Lodge No. 91 has lost ono at there. She bit 1vt ATE. TBLSPKOITICS. Its bes-- and most uful mntursand aafil: "No, jir; th y &vj voottors." ,.40. CvLm'barla. rid.. .....Tho dyporatlqn cf a man wiiofJa faltliful off.ixTs, having filled nearly ,.22. tlw Wo diavo cifn hcor'd of men .who cwry office In the lodg3 with credit hlmswlf baUfii aIon explains Which fwrgot about church &.Miv,lbeB and their to shameful diiasogtwy to herself and honor to tha LoJg. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13. Friday d. scanted In his ludge mfting but unilll J.unos B. MflCrvary Third. Tlint wo tako this "rnhod Tawn night did Tluj Man Aixjund WIckllb attack on Judsor 0'Rar. of cxpr3lngour,mpatliyand jiraytr Alleging Information from source ever hear ol a geniltman who wanted for the grief eitrickn fandly in. the REPUBLICAN TICKET ht did not Uwkso,lw chargtud a man to uittentl his lodge XsVeTy night. This sad hour of b who has for yuars hyMth high ivr wias Frof. W. R. Itedrfck, , Nablo muni Fourth. That cw 111 F. as Jivdgo Grand of Aome Lodge, 1. 0. O. nor Governor, sptct of his fltow-citlni- s days badge of mourning for thirty up EDWARD C. O'ttEAH, of thidr lnglvjst court with IncliUns He gatheiod h'lS books and uiarted Vice also that Noble Grand's and of town, and Irs. Ikdrlck jjrumijd l't and urging the us revolution tf ML Sterling. Grand's standa b; drapMd in nnurntng had a s:Jiool bo(ird nwuting to a end for armud fo.os to prot.jet a wlltical thlry dajii. For Lieutenant Governor, ,wlt Flfih. That h copy of th & and askvd nd ' iiuestlonsj Hi. of cMIce. thj i wntion !. boyis to hu.ry thru town, and told the We haj no hesitation In bj l'jacrded in our lbjconJs and , tl! of .Geor$gtqwi,; i- the chirge to ba without foundation up and omie to lodge as ifwaijm a copy pnjiJit d to Brother Garoitt, For Attorney General, In fact We brand it as a caordly lmr Umj. Thu hienib.ra )ujw that and a opy furnish d Jo th. Iccnl aland r urai mi honarablo opponent tiny ledge did not mojt (hut Friday lWycfcy QlJt F and tlni oJlfiS01 would .not Iwe dared night, to Wild him, tuk-- would be up that MoCn-ar- y Hf to malm betoro any lut !i partisan in a few minutes. The professor wn For- ROY DEETER, BBTHBRUM, audience, sb letl in Uw blind preju- along, grumbl.ug no ,doubt, Ubout tlie LEONAUD W. J. L. HENDRICKS, JR. dice and rass.on that hae bo n tlw liuctlvlty of tbj nvjmbrB, and Aheri of lit- Vernon, . J. W. HENDRICKS, SR., hj g-- it to Uie door of tho lodge hall cui'39 f Kentucky. Conimltt j-"Jf&r Treasurer, To bring fotroard sucli an accusa- lii board votes of some ladles. )l- HERMAN F, MONROE, tion at this late day is jirjma fasli wrjnt a Uttlo faruhvr and then A. S. of E. Notice. , of Loo&vllli'" proof thait it is a boW and unssmrpu-lou- s camj to hlan that he Ladles ,jof the i. fU '' R.!vor By Uie orndr of the Gitn he For Secretary of State, lnvriitlun, manutaotured fcr cam Maccabees nrat thii night, and of D.isir?ct Toibacco Giowrs UnUn A. J. OLIVER, paign punioses and ut'vsrt'd at apfciftj wi Tit home by the short;3ti route. tho A. S. of E. and tlw Ohio county posof Scottollle. where Its consumption was madt good Union of ihe A. S. o fE. All poolDr. J. B. Tappan 13 feilirrs' sible bva credulous crowd of tmblt-tui'- d Siinoe his uhipment tif Big Ben clocks' ing pldiges will absolutely clooo on Commissioner of Agriculture, For Democrats and dj D. W. CLARK, have come in,, and is so ltamiy tlrat November 1, 1911. Thosp wishrwg to No man not utterly balsvd will be- of Barbourvllle. he Is running his graphophorie ma-oh- s gn must sign before 12 001001; a. m Itevo that KdiwArd C. O'JUtir, mthose Oct., 31st, 1911 oventmi . For Superintendent of Public n'oord as a Judge of the Court of ApWhen we jj so anany jounx nin S L. STIEVENS, Co. Prvs. Instruction, through peals 13 iw ithout rieaiv;)roach with tlie.r lia.r parted In the m.ddle 13t3 HENRY fll. PIRTjIjE, Co. SiC T. W. VINSON, advoicated the T"levn jjars of 8rice, and hanging down off Princeton, supiwnt of Cbw Taylor administration so as to pbscure every trtao- - of ln- No Time for Socialism. In its title to office by oth r than For" Clerk Count of Appeals, tiolkot, and so many young noraii Chancrtllcir James R. Day of Syra constitutional means. Tho uuggeSttton C. S. WILSON, and with their ha'r all trlzzly-rrotis- lj that the countenanced or approM!d in flopping around their Caa-j- inrk fifty cus3 University says: "Citizens must of Williamsburg. bj as big as ttalr ae. It Is n(i'nu any way tlu employniont of arm-j- d different dip ptlons, we areiiOt rur- - fjT sn'all and ignorant ma 'wltih For Senator, force is ppdioa'jrous, and should his prisjd that the followers of Darwin are bl nd prejud&s. In no agi could a C. HOLMAN, tradwvr i rash enough U aitt4npt nqw posiUie!y sure that tnonktad de- dumajKKu 1 so niuch damage "wl'h any substamitlatlqii of this ridiculous of (Morgantiorwn. scended fnim the monkey. oxcltnble and unthinking mien as avow ohangj will bi ovorw helanidd with Jfor Representative Ohio Countyy proof ie contrary. thhjrv) to the Tb3 influno of a minister is d'teii for in no other generation J. A. LEAOH,' ben such "nUIry interests to nln quLatlon The ito tliis ditcusiitd, ibut tiia leading of Beaver Dam. mat Ks the last 8lQg3 of ..h D no- - heai'd tor tlie past week is: "Have One can smash vast valu-- in a short tho tnemtndous irmivase 'cratlc canntilgn 4hat, In Its frnziad jou sen th now .preacher?" "What Mme. W-uasrness to win, by fair nuiaus or d:os he look like?" "Do jou think of our country In rfWjrj thing Uiat clean "Vole for O'ltau- and h"li iwui, nas ropway ukchjiuiiu mo you iwlll lUve him?" We know of no o.niritiut b to the, o'vlllmtum cf the out Ui Lobby at Frankfort. palhics of the most ijti y anvd dfiiasrace othtx fcolutlojii than go to liear him wor'd, with our commrc-- and trado cv.viklrs all nations, wltti our hiatltu- We prennru Thu Ha r ford Herald ful kind. lit McOrory Mro naf. ab- - next Sunday and for jours?lf. with lions an ai7)lum of all people; thought iU candidal sa3 too good sjlutely ikui)erak, he would not Irani? Tha Man Around Toiwni hanlon tb.i values untoJd in in adois and minis sulll d his own man of to say it. who and t n thoii'Xind uetni ans and d ncy and honor by tlv uks of the sSreet the other day of a man to ftnd same Thay an now try-n-s take with m.lWon omlnglt'tc (Very decad'i clolmtd he was too iioor to ca.vards vafan. Loulsvjllu Heald. hat Judgw ORflr joi mlio will artv-his honu paper,, but all the uani. or our populiri in, w.th problems that kil!i3d Gwibul. he read a notx-- In a newspaper, lyll-in- g aiiiial to .(he supr-m- e witsloni of (Sis The Crowds (?) On the Train. how to pwvent a horse fnoini aloib sirng-vi- t by th-Tito Hantfoal Homld minds ronforc-Tho inxt tJnH Sl-- 2 PEOPLE TO 01HE COACH. beiing, and s. nt one dollar and fifty bft sit tlilnkjng of all ngts, the qtwsttoris a sUMnmt in rlite junHjr, Hraay this iwoek Oolite for tho recipe. When the oim Tlw laid uin.nl .!w pliin. evry-da- y Jt should Irnow wihat Jt is (tilKIng bald Hartfotd tbat tlie Junior Editor wf IPnj II" dollar and fifty cents (n orth cf icfor-niat'- ctoin is tn nuidous.aid it Is no time about. publ oan wus a good hand at estlnut- your tor tha ranting todallst, w!tihiout&nso came It catd: "Teach The Dmiocratx jnacWnabf Kentuckj iMS cmwds at ppiUin, Juilglnefnwn horse haw to eidt." of prcporWon or .appreciation ofi the n punt cf the 0'Rar spuMrgati ias dicul-- tbat tht only way to d.'ycrv.-Ui- t tr'ip tlrat was ylanned nnw forces of this mighty era. He Ttfii teach'-rhi.in wain i Hartford a f jv wvks ago. TIhv said 10 Seat OVRi-amust make way for vast movements BTino wuks ago by Judgy Wittson and th-v ciuu3 lios. lander and wni anxlou3ly awaiting uuv esand not ojni r liis thoughts upon Pet Supt. iAjachisanassurvd go, and r Thy have all ".a!o n a whnck at timate cC the DMnccratic Fiee (?) cf the3e gtm'ilem-n- - are w unking .both ty m asuro3." hard jaierday. Th i R cu JO'IUsh:, ami afterward f.-- l wry much baibwcue crJ.wid tin to malw It a profitable and pleasant likij ttey had bti'. lilt by some hard llcan is also anxious to s e If will got hii onj Herald will oatimate the siieakijig yes tivp. The tiachers and ubs'amv. Olle James leave On n'.t Tuesday inorning and terday as th j did JuJige C'Rir's day bi3t wisik. crowd, nut hi ire Is ores litt'o iiaek- - Lcuisvllla will be tlv first city to AVhat lias btonw of tlw wouil-lfu- l j. 13,, Jiat Wu Wllll lland to JOU (brotllt.ri bo visited. "Fair Pla' writurthaT has iUn help There www exactly 51 jiasvng to on The Ijadlng .rot societies of our Ane thia H.infd Herald out in Its the 7:1U L. und N. tiviln yieatorday coum'y continue to incrvviEe in ni to niornilng, and some of tliuii falk-innjipalgn writing? He Avoro Thi-'nAt Paradise Is something in a W.S. Fox jnatarLViiw tlrs week. traellng aaleMnen aiul Ditty ijw ooiit. teirut organization that sirotigly Storehouse on Monday, Oc"Fair Pin j ", who wrote for the was cunii)as'd of wiuneii and chlldTen. to a jmarrled jnan- d up at That was a mio, big oiuwd all l'lqht did not show Jlartford What is the matter with the jveo-p- tober 23, 10 a. m.' The cainiiia'ign committee had Jill3 Vn. (?) birbeoue jwaiirday. Jt after thu of our itwwa pitting togrther? in faur extina coa'K'S. There wvnj pat yioars ttJiat was oiu of tli strong Stock Consists of Shoes,Dry h'a gnuit adnilr-iMoni- l) that widdt-nl- j for Old Mac lias djsuppcurJ. Uiu two regular coat'lius thus miaklng faacons, but cf late uhw hnshviin too Goods, Notions, Clothing, e.i)oIng "Fair Play" to an average lf eight and one lialf murli d!sjnloii, too much silent We lxwple to the coach. My, what a knecking. Let its cut out that ldd Hats, Caps, Groceries, Harddo the, lniroduolng out. oowd! of business A town, like a liousj, ware, Drugs, Store Fixtures AV111 the IlaP.ftMid Herald !Uue U'O ON THE MIXED TRAIN. divided agnlnit itsxilf must fall. It -- tell "wh itlnjr or not it its rodi ns Two xtra ocmshos weie nddiyl to wau'd make us nil fed be'Jti r to ,work and one Gasoline Grist Mill. Uw placing of Ohio county In lcc.il ta'P that arrived togjilirjr. with the mixed TERMS Sale on a credthe same" lA)sii'atlvi d'wtrlcl at 0 o'clock, making a total Butler and IJdinonson, as was done At 1hls time of the jear iHtqpl are ope JiaU coaoliis. Tho of 3 and 6 months, note by Its pany Uie laftt tinio it atUlnipt-.a- 1 of thres and th-minds Democrats had banlckl on naturally dlssuralng in to ivjdiArict) tlu Siate. buy our with approved security re300 hundrvd luecyle comlmg xn, that the audition, Iwhere ijioll we $ R. train ad exactly 120 tjias-- s goods? As our aiuwpr to this tauiort-a- quired wvim prabVui we refer thi!n to thaad- J!cCnftiry, Oh! whot tin inconslstnt .rigors, by the uhck AL'at wtig giiven MRS. M. D. FOX, jnan Judgj O'Rear is OHIy Jam. by one of the officials on tins train. ijrtlshig ooluanrns wWl b3 founid pro- -While the JXttniocrata ltad ungjld wverj claanxtlons from all the principal busl- Admx. of W. S. Thi3 moji O'Ri ur is bound to iw Fox, de hous-j- s NKjvcr dn tho oaunty. 1 am otw to come, yi ,t not a single. )VJl)i"oeu nis trade iwlth the man Miho does notad- 13-- 2 ceased. , at tin inconaietency cf tatie fwin the aumulgn conjmte ,tlu CjuIii U in. tjf Uie iilil"jaro. veitlso, if you want nlo, frd.ii. clan Jolui S. Rlwi N4ody (who . Find a .This fact was coinmented on, by two goud3 ait rvaaonabli prlc-tallcs HloQ O'Rjar ran be con.itteiit t, htc, bo say in m Mat a nairAjwimtivo cf The Re- nun Avho1 doos not 'odvurtlj, alio"' you Ury Woodn. publican Iward talking aflter the.v had will find a an mi who Is rusty and we all A. p. Stanl-- y. as t'he goeds which he is go.tvMi off tf the train. Yiii, they ng we iuvr ,Of all Uw a nlcvj iece.)tlpn, Wlujwl What trying to sell. httird of th- - Hartford HemUl tak-- s a crowd (?) Wo have residing In our town a tlret prliw. Uint wcwk we HUu'.nsd the joung rnaiii, who, If niiiorta arieirU't, worda of Old iMcftaary at saat Statute of Lincoln. Is wcndenfully and fqai fully Jnade wlwn lie (mUI ttat "Tha A full 'figure statue of Abraham His doctor frald he had an Jiuneorwtl-tutloK'niucky Is u jurty Lincoln jiarty In has ibruiue ill's friends mid he had unves ef aaaisa.natitin, liirty In Nwv York Just beet cast in Che: and It, n a All the newest and to be lilwoid In of steel; Irw uncle &ild that he luul tliw airtiaajliuttloii of Go.4bnl.'' prooured ot itlw iState oajdtol at Frank- a wo:don lir.od; d.l:ie glnla said lie lwd most attractive de(oh, OThe Herald Hija it DEMANDS, fort. Ky. d hiiart of btone; his emimles declarex.u.-- t woixls, itline and lilao,l signs, made, lo your ouch) the ed tihat tiliem was more Ijihss tohIm tW. trance, WeU, you order at most reasonis the he than anyUilng elsj; otliers n how git "'ii ,lt to you, Llncobi a'atutfj, which is donated to had lots of mudjnilmle able pricoe. Satisfach'n ulinlriw idV by cluul Ui wus all woiil and a John Newman Is gofiig nvr tlie the ctniaccIratJox'fl nni'.Ie Stato )ard tion Guaranteed! , by Jolui Ilrookewnidgd Sjiio-lda lieplvj-.- v wide. Stalin trying U) en ate symna'hy tllin; a liaid lurk story about the of Joahun Speed, wlw vMiU oiuj of Lluoufln. Itoinibllmris tunUng h'jm out 'of his the liift?t lin'mnti fni'tids Resolution of Respect. Tin ISta'uto Is as a btirlk- Job as S pnitrxy of Uv SMte Fair Wlnwan, It has pleased our IKv .. . i i. up a UWe f 33,000 purasiluU-or-- ' Ull c should 3 i Ounwiwfcsfr of (Agriculture- 3 mw ho 8hW H"l'Cte to tM fcW orillnK to law t th I'MtoMc Bator4 dkaio a tJiftt this cdhW not haveb-nmiM wnttw of JU mcqwJ awttord,K;.. form reset)', with Ow alief tw LVw-ocrtaM, mtwT of tbi Bound (who "had bj.n liwfcracfcrt by. him Monj lto C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER lo't tho country to vo'o for any ReEDITORS iuitfUi-- 1 than lot RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER publican ra'iier Wflv'trwr ho Dcnc.;rat .pit tlti Jab. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. t i'lf it or not this K olw gofcl trwtli. to A'tlt Hubert VrtjaUiU. coramunlcaUofifl-TfAAAzeea ftH Republican. Hartford McCREARY GETTING DESPER tie KWb. IImo V wNRH kW--, THE MAX AROWfB TOWN. KAfrfrfrAVA.A A fW tteys i fli te IBS fWflWI P9T 1181 Piwt Omit4 W4wC, GsnR. D inf Thcratene, be ft nkneA W Yxw RMmh tMrJ Me. 1, J. O. 0 X A Gathering of Beautiful) : at lllSt.AfrfrA't a aria yoHne iwr.man went ltO a atprecarr IJ. Kih p w bxva eua'ainvHl k duath hj Imiit'rtHligut clilckeiw. Uw price of ohkAens tfce ntatm Umtof our $Mr, jvt w Xhow thtit ow ao jthcr.' bashful dlfrwa.n First. Ttart vn a to hw will rylnhpji t vr p of hi Jwliw-mhslv 0d ta Uitai it i inWotnee, gri kuA mi. drkH Fall Fashions t4i x Await Your Aijtiroval ! w 1 ai- - u w R ' ' " " ' ' JIIJJJ.1 lll haderlof t 1t you, yourself, had salecto tho dainty PRINTZESS styles tJiat wo are showing in.our gar- ment, you should be enthusastic ' about them as we we are, If i wrth ra - A glimpse of the soft, bdautifuf wools from which they are tail- ored in all of the charming col- - X or tones of Fall such as walnut browpossum gray, empire green, guolph blue and tussah tan, would 4 V, convince oven you that there was n TTnoViJnn onn th UUU irrli nnr lAOlllKfll vioiiiv JA VUll! r We'll be glad to welcome and show you all of the really new P and clever conceits of Fashion- dom. liai-vlntJL' T ln Below w have described a number of beautiful models. Read the descriptions or, better still, visit our Garment ..Department and try the actual garments LOT NO. i b-- A suit for service, made in the latest styles and strictly tailored. It is mode of unfinished Cheviot and lined with Rlessaline Silk, comes in black and blue. I t haj Price $16.50 niud-sUngm- g s LOT NO. 2. te e oibli-gaJ- A Suit for most important functions, made in the latest accepted style and strictly tailored. It is made of Hard Finished Serge, comes in black, blue and tan. The Jacket is 28 inohes long, lined with Messa-lin- e Silk, and has a Velvet Collar. The Skirt is one of tho new High QQIl Cfl Waist Panel Front De- lIlLUiUU sign. Price ttm M H 1 II Hll T on d r 1 s ! Carson & Co., 1 ' 1 INCORPORATED Hartford, Kentucky. flliiiX 1! at aii-1ai- 1s -- IL-ial- le HAVE YOU SEEN BIG BEN ? ? ? He is the "daddy" of them all. He is not an alarm clockt but a sleep-metthat tells you jn er NEWS id V ii3 Wi-- i3 -- a gentle persuasive way when to arise. BIG es yrn-t-n'- ay 4 w it 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 and call and let us show you how he works. ies 0,RariJ-lnn)nihvteJi.tWa3n- nt ih-w- Judgt-O'Reai- Jeweler and Optician, HARTFORD, -KENTUCKY. J. B. TAFFA2T, IHc-Vj- AUTUMN molly-coddli- gt Fiil-mou- ih Millinery! n; da chi,? ZJZ UX d CountryatSdrghuiti Will pay. 35c WAN ED! barrts $ We want 25 of good ' j MISS POPPIE NAIL HARTFORD " ,,, RailroEl Station. GR0CERYC0MPANY. I j . fc " i T" N y tM r v fc TEACHERS WILL TAKE w Save Your Purchases and Get a Free Piano 'A EDUCATIONAL TRIP Will Leave on Morning 17 of Oct. Will Visit Many Schools. BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder mad from Royal Crape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE the church have stood by me faith'-fullNo nnan could expect greater harmony (han I Iuiv found. Thn. has b en friction and few.-- divisions slum, any chuich' of Its si3 I hvo evr. known. Our work hias ,be'ii ad pi asanit as any jdistor could ask. But for .tnw moiiMis it haa b n y. ROYAL You Want to savo money. You want a free Piano. This store offers you the opportunity. You can make your family hero for .cash for less money than you pay eleswhere. You get the best selection. of stylish, seasonable goods, and with every purchase wo give you free certificates that will enab.lo you to get this magnificent $350 Piano absolutely FREE. .1 Wouldn't you like to have it in your home? To your trading here, save all the certifi-ficate- s you can, and get your friends to help you: You can get the Piano if you will only try. nlca . ) by the Ohio Com ty Tnashrs and Trunk and all the friends of popular education in the County at the Ohio County Tieaahers Iiistitute, will start on Tuesday mora ine October l'ui. rvirti!t InltOTdlng to go that liave not aln done eo, wjll dipo3lt wlh Suierltendnt'Ikii-r- y Leach ,by Sa,turdy Octotn-- r 14th, the railroad fare of $3.00, nntt the schedulj of train on which Che Uooli-or- a will have Js as follows: Smallhouse,- C:40 a. m. i Koncs, C:53 a. in. Cetitontown, 7:03 u. m. .. Hartford, 7:10 a. ni. Dukehurst, 7:33 a. ,ni. Sunnyidaie, 7:40 a. m. , .Dundee, 7:48 a..m. Ellmlch, 8:0o a. in. .Tucfcjts 'for the tnip at $3.00 neh will be on sale at aich ef the aboxv ( Commu Tho trip proiKia.r.1 tl ls r nv-- t (man'.feti. with you was drawing' to remijni'bar that my iwork a okwe. You that , slaMoiiis. ' 'i.:'A'. . . Miss ZtWa Nail retormHjd Monday afMr. F. P. Salmon and mother, of ternoon from QwynaUarw, whnjrj she U'Wra, Ky., were the guests of Mr. ,Marlo David Allen and family of Hantfoi-d- , had .lwen Ua gutat of iMlaa FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13. Saturday oind Sunday. Hardvvick. Typewriter paper in The Titpidecen cf Mr. Dan Qulok,of type by writer ribbons and carbon paper for Fordavllle, was totally d.stroyed :.i" MIllnolsCantralRallroad Tlmo flro Tuesday. Nono a ittlio h'uusohuld sale all tho time at The Republican , ,. Table. gaadj wera fealvwd. office. 44tf. 's At Beaver Dam Kv. rvill Mr. and Sirs. C. O. Hunter When you need drugs of any kind i Kiivu next wo Jc Cor Louisville wtojro ploaas dont target THE OHIO COUNM.r. Hunter will bvj a dulogata to th TY DRUG CO., has tho quality and Noulh Uonurt. North Itouiul. No.Ul lnll:S5a.m. Masonic Grand Lodigu. No. 132 due :05 am. the price Is right also. 5ti No. 101 due 5:48 p. m. No.lKilnel2::!8p.ni. Dr .and Mr3. 3. J. Woddlnjf and son Quite a numtoer of Hartford 4.pip!e p. m No. 181 due o.l02dne'J:4Sp.ro. Walter haT3 rraturnyl from Ownqboro heard Rov, Joiner ipixjach at Mt. Hjr-mo- n whew they Mr. tho guests of Sunday morning, among thun' , M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table amd Mrs. Goorgy Lvwis. being: air. and iJIre. Roweit HaMiixtok, at Hartford, Ky. Mr. and Ira. C. E. Morrison atiUmd-o- d Mr. and (Mrs. E. P. Mobre, Prof. W. R && N. time card effective Monday Li. and Judge W. B. Taylor. ' the Divli.ss coun'tiy fair awl visited Aug. 21st. ft Aativios at Owciniiboro last Wnf.-k-, R'V. Joiner, tile rtw .lvastor of tlio No. ,112 North Bound duo,7:l9 a. m. honw Sa'turdayj ntslnt. M. E. Ohuiwh, South, for this clr- -' dally except Sunday. at Mt Herjnan, Sunday. Dr. A. B. Rillrjy atinided ulie Grand ouit, No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 "p. m, liM&i of Odd Fi.illows .4 In and will dllver his first switman here iihat nwt dally except Sunday. Ijulsvillo this 'Wtk. Hi aviiuvjSiyriUjcl Sunday moi'iilng at the court house- No. 115 South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. Aanio X.aigw 339, of ithls plaids Mliss Jennie Groan, of iFalJs .t9 of dally except Sunday. Roughk'ft last week 'or a years pitas Rll-jsMr. Jolun C. returniod ha3 No. 113 South Bound duo 1:4C p m. fnom El!i!on, Ky., whone ha vlsdtod ure trip tx EuroiKs., After dally except Sunday. a ''ar slght-eosin- g she will probahis son, Mr. RUj', who is H. B. MISCHKE Agt j bly loisate at Munlce, whwne ejie will 'A Vandirbllt Training School. be la school for. a iwhlle. Miss Ira Mills has lviiumvd !hor. work Uliids of printing done at Tho an Just to see whether the people cleric at the Harfortd poataf'Wc..', af-... Republican office. Usr a fow days vaoatton, which she appreciate such a thing or not, the Hartford Drug Co. Is-- now selllngg S.JExcliisive saleofirvlng'on' Flour. s;tent wi:fi lujr dis'ier at Owvursboro. iotf goods at DOST for 15 days. W. H. MOORE & SON. This prices on Patent Get our cut-rat- e iinclud-- s prescriptions, notions, and In Jugs, COo lHr Modiclaes and :N'0W Sorghum toofoivj L&.' Prescriptions first-claW. H. Moono & Son- golns elos where. Wo can save you everything usually carried, In a drug store. lOtf .. "Ns. V. F aomilt, of Matnnzas, m'as money. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. Tivo iboys and a girl wrfghing 7, C offiCxj, yuu.r- - 5tt !aT,pliamt caller oXJCMb Jv F. Casebior & Co., Funeral Di- and C lKWiiiKls resjjetully, iwene born ij uny. calls to Mr.. on,dMrs. Januls AV. WaUwiv of gramlaotf.Lia- - rectors and Enibalmers. All Mrs. D. B. Trout and tjt promptly and carefully attended ,to, Giuliani, ICy., last Saturday, Dr. T. Vlrvrf T.nnnt. iv fchu EUuJilS Of Mr. and J. Edge, of that place, was .the attend day or night. Both telephones. ?& Mrs. Fiwd Csoper, ba;bi9 Bearer Dam, Ky. ing ihys'.o!an. Mcthor amd tf ' lby Flour, Mcai and are doing- Jiiculy. Pest Brands Alex-GrMr. and Mrs. .visited j Family Groceries, &c at Uwlr'aan, Mr. Stve Griigsby andwAfo, Read tlw aunciuncin oils of your & SON. W. II. MOORE 10U of Sacramento, a' few days rdcuntly. mercilian(3 In this issue. Many n doland Ool. C--' Mr. Grlgi-ibla inana of tha tele-pho- lar iha ibeen favuxl .by a aiir'ul AttoWK0' S. A. Anik-reo"ixahangw at Sacrawiioofco. M.Barjwtt. of LwiulsvllK', sponit Sunday of a niercliaatSs ad. ,Whwn u with itbolr famVillai tiiem. There la a special AT COST sale business man adverttorB for ,he not only'lms a IIiim of igot-v- l Fre&n" and CurodHams, Lard, &c. now going on at the drug store of be 'the Hartford Drug Co., Manager that '.piaks" ibut ichuivi miay always pa hand. Nofalnger says he can't sing, W. II. MOORE & SON. but Bomie articles listed that you deslay lOtf ! advuuiacous to to can sell you goods mighty cheap. lOt and that It Dr. S. jTaVuHuTus .was calHud buy at thbj time. ' Lundj Wudjveday to oittend to pro- Mrs, El. Crautfrd and little son. William, wUirned home Monday from REPRESENTA-T1V- E fcoeslanal duties. WrANTEDLADY Qwunsboro, whkiire tliey lud boon visto make house to houso dem Just rwedvied a barrel ofilUni' Dill iting relativiss. They flVJVj acaooninl6d onstration in Hnrtford and Weaver 3t ;' 'Pickles:' Fin by Miu. Aldce Rial, who will visit rel- Dam of "VAS-O,- " the GUARANW. H. MOORE & SON. lOtf atives hxiro Air a ,fuw days. TEED SKIN PREPARATION for ALl Mr. J. B. 'WVattrflcUl, itlvj , tobacco be Did youiever n.ailzia that iw&vn jour SORENESS and Irritation. Must JEM. manufa6tiiW ofVFonlsylllo, transacted home mendhaint dos .uqt haio Instoolc of pleasing nppearajico and furnish Lou&svAUo tlils wwk. business In. Steady emplojTnvjnt Big SMni'j'lhliig that you want Uiat he will reference. Air. aiuirsirBriMveohliS"" , arri- gladJy ordjr Jt for ypu? it would commission paid on sales. "VAS-O,- " Of ,....i n.,vla,i. n K ihti unlit As be a caving to you to let your homo "IT HAS NO SUBSTITUTE." Wnlto ..v Mrs. Valeria Vuteor amdjamdlyj merchant ord r' for you, and would the Vap-- 0 Co., Southern Office,' HenMr. a. w7HofeJmur,Rou'j 2, has give the ipmthl to the lie mo merchant. derson,' Ky. family Mr. Z. Wji5ai3rioiul Just at i tills time tha nuall order iuitbial, on Hayworth Howainl fiarni. have niovvd to Loulsvjllo, Ky., whro houses are active In flooding tile thkjy wlil make their honnj until spring: country with big hoiulaomvly gotten Hartford if .not Jouaer. .Mr, QtjWfin'ft posttiait up fall tor line, ronvamber' tha and wimtei- - catalogued fiuo'is Drag' Co. stoTie is now selilng at I as travieliwg aaJeenian ka)t hAmaway attraotlve prlo & on Htple artielt wu : 1 , iotr from ht'B'JtfuUy nearly all the time, making all sorts of big soundjug .400ST. vy J.KQfBy !. A.,.'AlWJiuiu,jra wo and .by moving to Imi1v1Uo be can claims for your cashj Tluiy- - do' nut r bo wlthttte mueKmore. Evenjon offer to exchange th.4r goida tortliti "to'be on th4 BtPawt Iwlng, eonfinctl to IiAj bud for aavwral Mgmta iheta ikrtuiw. , "poultry, butter or uther farmeiu' days, i Mr., ahd Mm. Jauics M. Ross ara Jit produce. They den't .tTust n aviiy'a cash before' "W rwctvtd a aaw sup- - tU dauS(-- , wMUtlInHot!a. kft&4-ir- d worth, but iroakM you have .merntofc for GP.Wiville, Ky., af-- tr you get ilia goo4s a.nd the fiMlg'htb.)-sLd- t. Th, rxeaWr,. No. 2, tjuwwrAtwa. stK'ug' nearly Uioxvi montilw jn if anything hi wrong wltJi the g?odj or tfliey do nod ult, llwy wlll Hartiord,' "'wto.w Mi Ro was Ha r Word UwjubUui. tUeni fox y)U( Thy for aiH echwe M e5'al ivnrfieHlatlvM city or triia- the way so taxtt'lnito and Mrs. J. T. Lw1. of; Pt4fllH Tho. Reptibllfiwi hi fe(;Uuig out r,, wiUi 'which our schooU ure nutfu WJlioa,, a H,olenfc manmwik kduetrlal kxiiUon. A let-b- tt mwI Mr. UUjw4 Ky., rwo;jlve4 hy;m hkn tbis, w(m1; staW ttffi. rwdi, brJilw' and sld'jwallvS veuw BKmcllamt of Gl)ni-SV11 Vmtt Iw 'Ml ibo in Qreeavtllo (or MK THey do wt (uinuu:ie w our wi.hw uiarii, J eit tlw JUdd iliUlWd.S wicke3,' diaxlUWo lftstittiocs, nor vngw d would ba sewe time to our noor. t with tho Gfoiillg SMtUMtT i r Hartford Republican. ,' '.'. , v k 'Ai-ir- a y .All Tlia tra'n will rciach Louls-iH- e at 12:r0 and will bo met at tlie etaitilou. by commilttees iwjiresenitlns thi( educa fclonail Iii'tuivi9'.3 ct Uoulevllle and thy teachers will first bo invited to visit the kinder garten dans s and .the special scIkjoI for deficient tuwl incor-ri'gjbohildivn, n social ojnii ? ni tiigether wiith sivjclal uni'jmrnfn-men- ls furnished by the city Mhools and cltius of .Louisville and to visit all ililie public schools and jualnts c Intervsu In tihe City tind to be tile guests of he City at a luncheon and are ,t car rides, ytc. Tlio iparty (will arrive at the h Cave ou the afternoon of the ISth and visit the Cave and arrive In Bowling Gnxm on th atternoon of tlii 10th, where thfjy .wall be entertain ed .by thii city schools and the Normal, ai'iiiving home on. Friday livening the 20Ji. This is the oiortunity of a lifetime tor til!) taiehers and trustees and all .Uie friends of education throughout blie Cuunty to investigate and pro Jt by the improved methods aed in the beat aaliocls in the S!at. niul to visit Mo largest city in tii)3 State and one of the largest in the South anil the Mammeth Cave, one of the great Winders of the world and our State Normal at Bawling Breaii.ln 'vhlch we have so mucli iijtoreat and pride. That will b of incalculable to tile causi uf ttducatiou Hlv? County tliere can aio doubt anil everyone who can possibly do so, should take the advantage cf the rates off.ovd by the railroad compaikiea, hotels etc (being a total of $11.00 nctual ix- IKiiai for Wie whole tiip) and ho one of tilts party. lo Mam-nvyM- your witli you this year, and I f.Ar tliat my horror for a shontlpaiSLaratH and ny lrwi for you ;nt last I'd me to nia&M tlio decision in ithe wrong way. From the of this yar until now I have had daubts nlbuut the decision and have felt that I was burdensome to. the Church. Otilier places are oilllng for nie and I feel that 4,lu time has fully com.) I hesUair.d ubout unanilmaus aCA Ob Blay for us to sever our connajtlon a.5 church and pastor. It pain me a lrtw you, for I love jou dtccly- - fj. have Iwn with ome of you In raaUt of I astlng and have Sj'ine tif you in the house of inoucnioe: I shall iiv,r thank God for the rmoL hontjr of b'lng your ixutor, for vVsSt-I- ng your him43 and wiorklng wlti In Uw iniaiatt-,r'i- s tirviu-- . May tlio Lord God of Israel g&bb you in ithe alctiwi of a potur 'm will Uad you Into larger fl Jda unuft giVttter things iul.jr ju.it.. This, iniy rsignation, I asking you to aoceiit tlui same 4o toke uYeot Oqt 22nd, 1911. Muy the gnuw of the VotA XsaxH Christ abide wrth you trill thu wunr' on earth is done. Your loving and retiring pastor, J. V. BRUNEit tlks-hou- A ji vats Time to OHatige Your SHOES NOBODY should keep on ht to-da- wearing their low, light-weigshoes from day y this season of the year. It's time to change to higher tops and to heavier weights. Health and comfort demand it. The Shoes of the Season are Here. have styles that will please the swell dressers among the young women. WE have styles that will please the swell dressers among the young men. WE have the Shoes that will satisfy the sturdy manhood of Kentucky, who want real comfort and solid-roc- k wear. WE have School Shoes for boys and girls that are neat in appearance and will wear WE Oldest Silversmith. W. L. lcU-r- y, the old st silver smith In Ohio county, Avill work from daw on at Mclleiiry, Ky., and you will find him at the Dunn barbershop In the 'lower part, of town. Ewybody knows thie qualify of work he turns " well. ygailan ss out. Notice. AH of liitl ' In We Have Styles and Qualities. WE shoe-making thosa (who are Interested - , iw-rus- al rurul te!i4h(iiie3 are requested to niitvt wltdi thi Concord Local at Ccwcoi-d- , Ky.j Oct 14th at nightj Those from h llghtoring districts are reuiv&jdto meet alo. H'E.VIIY M. P1RTX.E, Sei'y. and Com. JHndfi do not know what .to nmko on of the ringing cf electric bells lwists or tne s They have no eartlily fear juny niorj of any scasverow, flapping In, tlnj wiind, but tile souiul of the belli fills them with terror. Honce an Austrian luas iiatonted a scaa-eorsyelnan, by whloh a clocJi Is enabled to sound at lravsular Intervals a nuni-be- i' an orchard. of belli scailtrd please anybody who appreciates good and a perfect fit. ALL LEATHERS REPRESENTED Patents, Vici, Gun Metal and Box Calf. s irj T . , or To 5ly the Members of Hartford l Bap- -' $1.50 to $4.50 Ladies' Shoes Men's Shoes $1.50 to $5.00 $1 .00 to $3.00 Children's Shoes 25c to $1.50 Infants Shoes Take a Look at our New Shoes!. I tist Church. Daily Beloved: utiblro twiu and a lua.it years ago atranger to you and you to nw; you jialUxt me to ib.come jour pastor. I was liappy In my Padueah NnxH-l- y an E. P. Barnes & Beaver Dam, Ky. I Bro., I . ytrdy Jit iy ' eji-m- xl yr , phyo'-ioa- l pastoitale, but almcet a wivck, Vourunanlme.uLian'd uiigViiiKs al appivUed to nw as the voice of the Lord. TIkhj years huve como and gone and I have .veny little reason, to duuht but that the Lond wanted Twe 1 H'artfund. The work shows for itH If. Dy your d.ivotlon and taMiiulnevta tx nvjjuiul thu work, you Jiavo moidyj Uiu work. iKs3i!blM and my stny pleasant N'Otjiastor "(v-- r had a truer and nrone loyal cori3 of Sunday school iwonloiis. ltaay, thrlc happy Is .the pastor who lias uoh a Sunday school HiiperintK-iu- l ent a It liasj been mine to have hero. Tio duacons ure so noble a set of niun as can. be found. God only knows, low theto bar ch.t red. nie in my and work, helid me In iny vifftirts prajxxl for me In iny toll. PHILLIPS HOTEL BATH HOUSE Now Building .. Five Mineral Wells .'. .'. Shady Yard .. Largo, Cool Rooms. MODERN - STEAM ; AND MINERAL ii ii PATH in. HO .,...... US . Baths gsven by Hot Springs Attendants. KATES! I J. R. PHILLIES, $7 to $10, I'EK WKEK. Proprietor. DAWSON Sl'lUNCiS, KV All tfoe dlffeiv.'iit uViartuniiatis Of Q ti ly.fM MX JMttelt Kentucky, affroling Kentucky alone, GertHMHh MNtfce ctMm tat si,0WJ. xtowifMr, Dni-jtfthnt I haven't the Mm to dleeuM anyA Je tor trtr, 'which nil rf as OXle Osvuity thing ele, nnd I doubt it the people km a mracM-- , t Jtto fe Jwnolro B te( tor ferieatXlng, WMHy Kata Jv 4 F. BtrkhftI, CrwK Cenrt-- T. have the patience to hear much et kill wfc'R k to Afapfaee J2,0to tfetsiwtan Bn O. Mfctre, Attorney; W. V. MMMC& C is for 'eoneumpthM, that anything else. I know that their vote rAm her twelve fowiW! fetch Jftlfer; X. W Borrow, Ctork; T. I this year can not settle the naMonni young and oM. was. Ifemea tier Xyw York raay not Attorney MMter Cemmltloner; It T. CotHMS Law . 7 1) is for Dint, itJtfe it dangers questions one way or the otfier, or fee th ' b!9"t of, all, but only Jho Trorte Jury Fund; T. II. Mlck, mwr. to do so. KY. HAJtTFORD, tend Iff, Hartford. Djull-- 8. O. Keown an But they say In response to that, d pure. mis. if 5 vt. E Is for tlng, food g&oi Will practice bis profession hi tlita Lon Black. Court oonvena flnrt Hii Year Is Time For National that n United States senator is to be F a for FJlej, we sheHld &t In February and contlnu thre and ftdjotfUng mtintae. ComnHrdal rlectcd this winter by the legislature, wetki; third Monday In April, two weeka and Crtatiiml Fntetio a Specialty, aacond MbmJay in Juna, threa wekaj and that however we may vote for Politics, Declares O'Rear, Q Js for Giving, health KRowteds.ftrJ5Si!5KleprcseritiUIvcB will affect that race. third Monday In Octobar two weeka. J IV. Wedding, Judgaj County, Court.-- lt. That is true, and to that extent, of to all f O. B. Skrra II Is for Ifralth for the rami and Ely's Cream Calm WMVrfAU?l W. S. Tlnaiay, Clerk, C K. Smith, At- C. M. Pahsbtt course, tncro is indirectly brought torney, Ilartford. Court convenea first tho discussion tho national tho email, It quteMr ttnorbed. YEAR into STATE POLITICS THIS BARNETT It SMITH, Monday in each month. phase; but I am not a candldato for I is tor illness, for whit iwe'ro to Gltet Relief at Once. Quarterly Quarterly Court Begins on United States senator. I am a can- blame- It cleanse, soothes, the fourth Monday In February, May, and didate for govornor. I take tho posiJ Is for Jcnnr, tho man of g"at Iir.il d!cnsfdprotectso August and November. llio Kentucky are fanw. Kuttawn, Ky. When Judge E. C. tion that the affairs in Court of Claims Convenes first Tues. resulting from HARTFORD,, - KY. day In' January and first Tueaday in Klsforjimywlodge.'to make ua igror.v Catarrh end drives O'Rear, the Republican candidate for of enough Importance. nnd are so vital October. to the welfare, of Kcntucklans and to 111 practice awny a Cold in tho their profeal6n in aH th stronger. governor, declared to a largo crowd the state S. MoxSey. Other County Offlcurr-- C. of our government, thnt we Ileail quickly. Itc-jFordavllle, Ky., K. F. D. courts of Ohio and adjoining eoi .. CTWSTD Surveyor, here that "The Old Kentucky Honra" had better not have theso matters Ij Is for learning, that wo may Uvo stores the Sen-c- s of ilH T 8 U Hart- ties and Court of Appeals., Sp- - U atNo. 'ij liernard Felix .Assessor, Taato nnd Swell. Full size 50 cfs.. rttDrug-rM- s ford, Ky., It, F. D. No. 2; Henry Leach, tention given to all buslne was the isBue In this campaign, hnd postponed for six years, because in longer. entrusted Superintendent, Dr. A. U. Hartford; to their care. Collections ar.u the Prao-tlc- o sot national questions, he was wildly every state race that arises ti United M Is for Mouth, for 'receiving our I'.ly or by mall. In liquid form, 75 cent. Klicy, Coroner, Hartford. G0 Warren Street, New York. limbers, of Criminal and Real Batata Law .,! applauded. The crowd showed that States senatorshlp is involved in the food. JUSTICES' COUItTS. Specialties. Office la Republican LulHS the efforts by the Democrats to dis- same way that It is this year and if, N Is for nothing the thing's Ihat aro Chamberldln, Hartford, Tuesday lnT. B: S. tract attention from the real Issues of therefore, we are to settle tho poli good. after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday after 3rd Monday in June, Tuesday after reform has not confused them. Judge cies of Kentucky upon national O is for Order, Jn all that wo do. 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after O'Rear spoke as follows: because a TJnlted States senator-shi-p 3rd Monday In December. .. - ., .- -. . v.. , ww.. FRANK l I.lf O. G. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afto My Idea Is that this campaign preNnrihrm C.rntm Is Involved, wo would never bo PrVh.' "Pull Q Is for health Questions WO always Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of jS years ot 3rd Monday in March, Wednesday after sents the question as to those policies permitted to settlo them upon any In June, Wednesday after i lucceeslul seed growing behind them. It payg to 3rd Monday 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday affecting the government of this state, other basis than that of the tariff or should ask, piani ine rwsi. Seasonable Specialties: after 3rd Monday In December. 11 Is for right Reading, a pro.flta.ulo may bo the bone of conten and this state alone. Having that whatever John H. Miles, Itockport, Friday after 'BEANS HARTFORD, - KY. view of it, I say, that to introduce tion between tho national parties at task. 3rd Monday In March, Frldny after Earliest Red Valentine . . Jj.50 Bushel Ktfuiree Extra Earlv J3.2J Bushel 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd any other question foreign to the pol- Washington, and so Kentucky would Silntshlne, tho foe- - of diS is for Will practice his profession In Ohl New Strlneless Green Pod . Jj.70 Bushel Monday In September, Friday after 3rd icies of tho state government would be required to abdicate her own state sease. Wardwelra Imp. Kidney Wax $4.50 Bushel Monday In December, and adjoining- counties and in the Court uavis nevr wmte wax . . w.75 uusnei J. C. Jackson, Centertown, Saturday ot Appeals. Criminal practice and Colto mislead the public mind, and government, to leave it neglected, to be Currie's Rust Proof Wax . X-Bushel T. Is for TmiiPtaUon, to loll at our after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday af lections a Specialty. Office in carry It far adrift from the considera- leave It a prey to special Interests, the Her PEAS ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday after case. Early Alaska . . . Jj.50 Bushel Extra 3rd Monday In September, Saturday af- aid building. tion of the true lssuo to be consid- which are fattenjng upon tho people . . Is 50 Bushel New Early Gradus . grave ter 3rd Monday In December. U Is for Unklnxlness, Itsjlf a day by day and sapping their vitality Horsford's Market Garden . J3.50 Bushel ered. M.. C. Cook, Ilenfrow, Tuseday after ' Buckbee's Lightning Express J5.00 Bushel . My opponent takes the position and corrupting tho politics of tho sin. 2nd Monday In February, Tuesday after Lettuce. Radish, Tomato and a full line ot 2nd Monday in May, Tuesday after. 3rd that national politics has a controlling state, so that, perchance, we may V Is for Vessels for drinking, clean Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd YANCYL.MOSLEY, Send for complete catalogue or submit a list of Monday In November. place in the discussions of this cam- elevate some favorite son to a soft as a pin. your requirements and will quote prices. v Thomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday paign. His idea is that you ought to cushion scat for six years In the UnitBuy direct from the grower Save Money. ' W Is for Washing, to be healthy and after tho second Monday In February, Write today. Mention this paper. vote for the man who ngrees with you ed Stnte senate. Tho old idoi of ex- clean. Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August. as to whether we should have a high alting a particular man as a leader, HARTFORD, - KY. to find, tho unseal Wednesday after 2nd Monday In NovemX Is for and of neglecting the rights, tho privor low tariff on wool. and, strong J3C3 Bickbe St., Fockford Seed ftnu. Rockford.tt ber. ,Y J,I1Ies Fprdsyjlle, Thnrs'day Will practice ihis profession In all tha Y is for Youth, the lusty There is a reason, I think, why ileges, the welfare of the plain peoV .. rt Aid Moildav m Iiehrnnrv Tfutre.ia., after Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, mid Z is for Zeal, tb live vlaly , Senator McCreary and I have diverg- ple of the state, no longer obtains. ;."rwl i ".7": . alter and Jn the. Court of Appeals. Also No...v. in jie.y, xjiursaay ent views of tho case. For more than So, I insist, that logically, fairly, long. 3rd Monday In August, Thursday after tary Public. Office cer First National 2nd Monday In November. 80 years, Senator McCreary's atten- legitimately, the question for settleHfLi" Pf ,t0v Ra'P". Friday after 2nd Bank. tion, his labors, his thought, his study, ment this year Is the government in Stato of Onto, City of Toledo, lebruary, Friday 2nd FOR FLETCHER'S Monday In May, Friday after afterMon-- h Kentucky, and not the national quesLucafj counfty. es. Jiave all been concentrated upon na3rd y n xAuKUst. Friday after 2nd Mon- i tional affairs at Washington. He Is tions. Frank J. Qheney makics oaith that ho JOHN B. WILSON CIIAS. M. CROWB Now, I lay this argument upon your thoroughly saturated with tho idea HARTFORD POLICE COURT. Is sraiiior .liartner of the '.firjn of P. J. politics. He has the no- judgments as thinking men: Am I Cheney & Co., doing business In the of national Crwe' Judge; a. B. LIkens,City & Attorney; Sam HUey, Marshal; Court tion, and It may be a correct one, right In my position, or am I wrong? Stato City of Toledo, County and niTSnei5 fecond Monday In each month. that he is a conspicuous national fig- If I am not right, then it Is not from H- - Williams, 0X,ncn-- ,Mayor; s- - K- ure. He was a. member of Cleveland's a sense of fear that I do not discuss afoneiald, and tot said firm will iay iSoll,,ns' Cx. Treasi of monetary commission sent to Brus- the questions which Senator Mc thosumof OXElHUNflRHD DOLUARS We send FREE a bottle Germinal, a quick relief n.6' wmHer8 Bean. Council, T. R. Bar-S.HARTFORD, - KY. W. M. Fair, Pen for - E; E1Us. E- - P. Moore. sels in 1S92, and one of the commis- Creary propounds, but from a mistak- for u:h and every casa of Catamh run lung trouble, coughs, pains in chest, and that KJ;lr,idown feeling. ( MenUon ihu p.per.) Will practice their profeselon sion thai recommended tho gold en notion as to what is the important tliot oanniot be cuivd by the uso of wS ThSee0"J' s-- GIenn- - diairman; the courts of Ohio and adjoining In all Secretary, C. counand controlling matter this year. If Hall's Catarrh. Cure-OHIO MEDICAL COMPANY C M.' J,nsley.and Dr. E. B. Pendleton? standard.. Crowe Box 95 COLUMBUS, OHIO ties, and In the Court of Appeals. He was at the hoad of the Carnegie I am mistaken, It is because I believe FRAMv J. CHENEY. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Special attention given to criminal peace commission, since he has been that Kentucklans this year are more Sworn to before mo and subscribed S""1,0" South-Serv.H' concerned in the settlement of Kenmonring practice and to coUections. OXfioa on defeated for senator, whose headquarand. evening every first anl third In my presence, this 6th day of !)-- 0 day In each month. Sundax ters are in New York city, and whose tucky's politics than they are In cast T a. m. Prayer meeting everySchool 9:45 Main St., opposite Court House. Jurisdiction is to extend the pence ing a vote indicating what they arc amber, A. D. '1SSC. Virgil Elgin Pastor? I "E.Sm!?1 going to do next year when tho naGLEASO.V, A. W. (SEAL) around the world. Thus, his thought every Sunday mLPiUst Cnur.ch-Servl- ces : nnd Av.n.A 0. Notanyi Public, has not only been centered nt Wash- tional race comes on. . a. m. Prayer meeting everv tveii. It might not be fair for mo to Hall's Cai'janrh Cure Is taken interington, but in tho last few years it neaday evening. Rev. charge WBma. Senator McCreary las been considering mainly interna- that the against why he wants to dis- nally, and acitis directly on the blood V reason fourth tional questions, in which peace beSundav a? ?,h arC!TSer',c,f s - everySunday and mucous surfaces of the system. ? P" tween Japan and Russia, or the South cuss national politics Instead of state Send for tj.tatmlonials free. P" ra' EMer W B' Wriht pastor. MeCALL PATTERNS American republics, and questions politics is because he wants to dodge Ohio County Cnrch-Servl- ces Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity and first Sunday. In F. J. CHENEY & CO., ' of that sort, have had his attention. state politics. It may be truo that he reliability nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly each month at U a. m. and 7 p. m. HARTFORD, KY. Ttoledo, O. V eery city and town In the United States and Sunday Scooi 9:45. He has been at home' but very little believes that national politics is tho Canada, or by mail direct. More told than main thing. It may be that he thinks All Matters Given Prompt AttenSold ,byall Druggists, "uc. during that time. any other make. Send for free catalogue. SECRET SOCIETIES. that it Is more Important for the peotion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A Take Hall's Family Pills for consti- McCALL'S MAGAZINE Something Wrong Here. Hartford Lodge No. 675. F. & A. M.. ple of Kentucky to havo Schedule K More subscribers than any other fashion moets ra ,. I am a Kentucklan, born of a Ken- adopted, pation, .1 SPECIALTY. first and thlr.i Vnn.i.,. magazine million a month. lnvaluable.-La- tthan that we should have each month. Owen Hunter, W. AI , tucky stock of people on both sides. .fl est styles, patterns, ilrcssmaklup, ailllinery, P. clean politics In Kentucky, the Third Secretary. Foreman 4 plain sewing, I have lived all my life in Kentucky. House The batitl ship Xew York, on which 2 etiquette, goodfancy needlework, halrdressing,a Keystone Chapter No. 110. R. A. M.. stories, etc. Only tO cents and the corrupting lobby at year (north double), Including a free pattern. meets every third Saturday night Whatever of hope, whatever of inter- Frankfort abolished, S. I. McKENNEY In OTTO C. 11AUTI.V work begins this week, is hailed as the power of fchsmnnt'i- - John T. Moore High Pi lest; est, whatever of attachment I have, people enlarged Secretary. in their elections, the the largest in the world. Hwr dis WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS are nil centered in this state. All of prison commission taken out of poli- placement will bo 27,000 tons. Hartford Chapter No. 84. O. to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue S The meets second and fourth Monday Eeven- and new cash prize offers. Address ray study has been centered upon tics and questions of that kind set- biggest German dreadnoughts havo on TOE McCAIX CO, 238 to 218 W. J7lh St. NEW YORK Anderson. W. M. Miss Kentucky. Secretary. tled. But I think "The Old Kentucky 1 For eleven years I have been a Home" Is the vital issue and whether iythlas, mVlr. Lodce Nam110' Knights of every Tuesday night. Ky. member of the supremo court of your it shall bo made better. (Applause.) C' C" X Ney foster. of r! &Ta"' state, where dally there havo come Hartford' Tent No. 99, K. O. T M before me any number of cases, premeets every first MAKE KENTUCKY A FREE STATE night R. D. Walker,.and senting tho state of the constitutional Commander," L. P. Republican toreman. Record Keeper. Jaw, the statutory laws, and tho variSunshine Hive No. 42. L. O. T. M I tell you, my countrymen, wo e Life, Accident, SicK ous phases of the social status of the meets every first and third Friday night In each month. Mrs.. people of Kentucky. In tho courso of waking up to a realizatlbn of the and Fire. LU'a Pend,etoln these years, it has developed to my truth, that a people's government is Carpenters mind thnt there is something serious the people's business; and If the peoWILL ALSO BOND YOU. the matter in the government of Ken- ple neglect their government, their your business sick? Do you think you should IS tucky. I believe I havo discovered business will suffer. Just as sure as have more trade? Is there anything worrying you I. 0. WnNo., 339, rnuay O. F., meets what it Is, and it Is that matter that you neglect your farm or your store uurui ought to be brought before or your vocation, whatever it is, it in connection with the growth of your business? I think will suffer; ahd the reason why govIne people of Kentucky. riitiA j rum i!T . j vyiiiu t ivu ri i Therefore, I havo felt that It was ernment has fallen low in Kentucky Men, meetrseVondTndfourthWednes-to- y .not only legitimate nnd necessary is because tho people have neglected n'ght in each month. James C. Ben E' 1ate- - chI Records?Chem- tbot I should discuss purely Kentucky tho matter of politics and left it too Hartford Camp, W. O. W. No 20- rnn Issues In this campaign, but, in addi- much to the politicians. We have retained the services locally of the greatest retail and This campaign in Kentucky not to tion, the constitution or this state bank advertising expert in this country, Dundas Henderson, Succeed when everything else falls. separates elections on national and prosecute tho inquiry further than Preston Morton Post A. n and now put his services at your disposal free of all cost and In nervous prostration and female hBdf.r,.e,lrMnr ,mee,nfi8 sltufdoV before our own immediate country is pitchstate affairs. The constitutionwithout condition of any kind. Write out an account of your weaknesses they are the supreme state elections to be held in ed along these lines sharply. As to -- . whole business troubles, freely and frankly and send them to u. itogers, remedy, as thousands have testified. Adjt. one year, and national elections to the Republican party, we' first mado this office. We will pass the letter on to Mr. Henderson and FOR K.DNEY.LIVERAND be held at least twelve months apart tho flgu? in tho party, and won it A. S. of E. you will receive from him in a few days a solution of yoUr difSTOMACH TROUBLE there, to popularize the government from that, Indicating that the framers ficulties the same kind of solution that has made success for National Officers: k is the best, medicine ever told of the constitution intended that state of Kentucky. I mean by that, to as yourself. thosands in the same positions over jl druggist's counter. from the domination of the polaffairs and national affairs should not V' be so mingled as to bring about con- itics of Kentucky, the controlling InIt may be that a new style Some scheme of a novel kind State Officers: fusion in the public mind, realizing fluence of whatever big interest there of advertising will make a that will bring the money Is that would attempt to dominate it, "' T count3r- that one or the other might mislead pouring into your money drawdifference in your business, ' Hende"on county Vice a great number of people as to how whether it Is the whisky trust, the er is possible. they should voto upon each of theso tobacco trust, the oil trust, tho railTreaJ!" Itobertsn. McLean countjc, Sec- propositions. Thus yqn will see that road combine, or whatever it is. Our Possibly a certain kind of adYour competitors may be worO?gancr?0emer' Warren county-- stttte idea vertising folder that has rying you and you may want a I approach the consideration of tho tics, is to remove them from poliMcnm MM SUCCESS I not alone because they aro fiC'nC'. AIIeP(. IIcnry county, and ouestion from my training, from my brought success to others is knowledge of the latest method SPECIAL OFFER: " C0Unty' AMlsant state Haw BaMaMa. AtrWwUl Interest, from my environment, from trusts, but because the domination 'HU " VHiOBT BHBllUU IMUIUM. what you need. of fighting them. TM Board of Directors. Ben the viewpoint of conditions In Ken- of the politics by any intersst save county; C M. Barnett. OhMKE. rrue cmittttiam HMiTnrMletiUt.1 You may need help in getting tucky, and as affecting Kentucky that ot the public interest Is a maxiBracken county; it. n. T ipUniBJ i SaiM, ( teM Trl. V,,11:. Brooks,county, and Iv J.,ay', Ha'd'n in your bad debts a few hints A particular method of win.. ... J. 1. Doss I HM I H StHMSnrt.1K. t.lti liT.rittlB.tn ill alone, while my distinguished oppo- mum danger to the people. It is ri Muhlenberg county. '. BAUflTIU 19 rjJKlU. dow dressing may be what will can be given that have materiOhlo County Officers: nent's poHltlon is that ot considering necessary, if the people would bo Wrfa 4y, Mtathn tht Ptptr. Ij" Bl?,ve.n''' Pressafe, to bo frame and shape the laws bring you the success you laok'. ally helped others out of tro-bl- e. (he question from the national stand- "eaver Henry pirtle. Sec. Hartford, Dam.Ky. ArNAAAAAAAAAMArbMVrW Ky. point, looking at it from tho distance of the state as to make it Impossible V. Ford. Treas., Hurtford. ky. SEND 10 CENTS. to have a repetition of the conditions to emr Htaw u4 ruk Ih 4 nnln late vclMtkU of Washington, with his eye on Wash COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, Special salesmanship that has Haw to conduct a special sale, w iii.w pjiiimii tortw wna tv mt ington, with his aspirations fixed upon that have dominated Kentucky for a. made sucessin simihar circumHenr3r Sf- - Chairman. Hartford.Ky. or sales, may possibly by the r.T?rj w. mm ifw m b ww, m. , quarter ot a century; that have made k great national party. Tlcnen(. Hartford. R. p. d. stances may be indicated in shortest way out of your wor,3M us a backward people In spite ot our No 5 LM. W. fcettM. "VS&WUL , Answers McCreary. your business. ries. industry and the fertility of our soil, ?' m 2' iaF.itorCt' Reynolds. Ky. ?" p?.Ue!;smi Olaton. Ky. Senator McCreary, in his debates and tho smiles from heaven that But whatever it is, send the.fullest particulars of your troubles Run. Ky. ".' ? Alford. fcefore Kentucklans in this campaign, have como upon us; that have hamB. "Icliard Plumer. Taylor kinea.Ky. to this department and let Dundas Henderson help you FREE B. J. It. Urown, Itockport. m propounded to mo a number of strung Kentucky's youth and hamKy. Questions, bearing upon national pered tho ambition of v her young This costs you nothing' and may-hel- p For instance, as to what I manhood; that have retarded the deJBight think of the Payne-Aldrlctar-velopment of the state. For 25 years you to make a foi today bill, as to what I think of Schedule these things have continued In spite 0A,ceejosjt 'SlTtSNS' oflMMO, X, which, I understand from reading ot politicians, or rather because of HLNT(rUL particulars of our offer may be obtained on amplication Further ( tb newspapers, has to do with the them, perhaps, and if we are not to this oflice. All communications absolutely confidential-addre- ee tariff on wool. He says that I dodgo going to have them any more, we (he questions, that I am insincere, im- must do away with the caue, beplying by his statement that I am un- cause as long as the cause is there, you are going to have the result. It able to discuss those questions or is not enough to smash the party Business Building Bureau. I have told you why I prefer not to machine, for you will have another 4Uomi ' them. My reason for it is one spring up In its place. The idea there fa so much to discus bear-i- t Is to make It so that you can't have dlreotly ujea this campaign In a party machine. O'Rear at Bentoa. KENTUCKY HOME Alp. M Directory ti r IS THE ISSUE -- Jtfi Otto C. Martin 9&-Hx- , un-tol- d. at , .... Mo-A- ay - - CATARR! r. nicrrj-bmn- Attorneys at Law, V , T V f kit -- SEEDS Attorney at Law, L.FELIX, Ji I X-R- H. W. BUCKBEE Attorney at Law Children Cry n,i... j..., - CASTO Rl A .V. WILSON CROWE CONSUMPTIONK0T1? ?;3 LAWYERS ar ices J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public 1 i. ' fei' S? Martin & McKeimey Hartford, a-- The Hartford General Insurance Business Building Bureau WE HAVE THE REMEDY SsirvS aa hrhthi ni-- n. .'! -S' &&" Electric Bitters SEEDS - d.anCa,peonsr-Inrde.aSUrer-- '"" nS?' t. "-- f t-- t L J wi k Tirrr v.ris v s. h 1 tuneWrite ar-rAar- $ THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, ' tkt Hartford, Kentucky. ' fiGrjj ",J& wsjfess 7eefrAx 7&e sW 'f9Y"4 i?& ywdZfy, tKWw J,J aM, W . For Sale I MoouatoANDDertNDro.' dnwtcv orpnota formwrtiivcrphaiMlfrMrfttvwl frr orion, bow to Mftia patent., tred tuns, I . ofrnri".""-- IN ALL COUNTRIES. Jtuintsi diretl 11itk Washington tmtt Hmf, " momrr pjien in fairni, Mwtt imI lftfrliimftt PraetiM ExcIuiImI. Writ or eoiM to u tv Tit HfMh Mmi, bwt Voltrf 8Mm fttnl OSn, I WMHINOTON, D. C. TOLD IN FEW W0KDS. ". Real Estate! 60 Aqres of the finest Rbugh river bottom land looated three miles west of Hartford About 20 acres In cultl-vatlon: Good duelling vand out build- ings. A bargain for $1,260. . EXPERIENCE 80 YEARS' We hare 460 aoros of fine bottom land from one and a halt to two miles of Hartford, part of It with timber. Also about 75 acres of upland belonging, to the same tract. Terms eaaj. Hx mWW' w I 1 A H Marks J TftAoc CoPYRiam-- s Ac. Anrnaa Mndlnf it sketch nd dMCrlnllon nsy qntoklr Metftntn onr opinion freo whether n inTemuoa i. prunoiypiBniiinp. Commnnlcv HANDBOOK tloaotrlotlrcoiiOdeiithl.fnp.ufMirnt.. onl'tonu Ant. fm. OMoit uimpr munfa JPntanu taken through Munn ft Co. recolre serial notfcs, without chareo, la tbs i Desions story frame A now one and one-ha- lf building with five rooms and large recptleon hall, built out of tho boat Situated on Clay selected material. and Fredrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. Lot 60x205 feet Fine well of sott water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. r. . Scientific Jimericam lltmttaled weektr. T.nrceit of onr sclentino Journal, Terms, S3 a fonrmontbi.il. Bold by ail newsdealers. MUNN & Co 3e'Bro"r. New York Branca Offlce. A nuidaomelr MFSU Washington. V. C. Subscribe for The Republican $1.00 per year. nine room two story dwelling In Centertown, Ky., has good cis tern, good cellar, never falling well of water, good stable and other out buildings, one acre lot of ground. A uplendld location for family residence and hotel, price and terms reasonable. Apply to BARNETT & FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Ky. Good POSITIONS GUARANTEED Shortest Robber Story In History, a Narrated by Voltalrj. In bis study of 'Siveii t!i:K StfltPMe. men" Andrew D. While describes tlie work done In the eighteen tli century by the French minister TurKOt Bsalnnt tbe vicious system then pievalliriff of "farming out" tbe taxes. A great combination of contractors resulted) who grew enormously rich nt the people's expense, not, however, without able criticism. This syndicate assumed the character of what in America of theso days would be called a "combine," and at' tho head of It were tho farmers geu eral, wealthy, powerful and. ns a rule, merciless. Tbcir power pervaded tho entire nation, from tho king's apartments at Versailles to tho cottages of tho lowliest vIlIiiRe. To those men nnd their methods Vol tairo had made u reference which rati through France and Indeed through Europe. A party of Parisians wcro amusing each other by telling robber stories. Presently Voltaire, who had been listening quietly, said: "I can tell a robber story better than any of yours." Tho whole room immediately became silent and listened to the greatest personage In tbe French literature of tho eighteenth century. Voltaire after clearing his throat began as follows: "Once on a tlmo thcro was a farmer general." Then he was silent. Presently all began to cry out: "Why do you stop? Go on. Tell ns tho story." "I.hnvo told tho story," said Voltaire. "Do you not seo that my statement Implies tho greatest robber Btory la history?" jd 'iltfotlon bi hold In ciach of ..msa'd precincts tw (irayod for In trio sovvral potltionors h lrvn filed, iuj n fcho rogular eluatlon. Novtinvbor TUi., 1911, ami lt .Is further ordered tbait tha .t jra mentioned in each .preclnot. j tjtt orJ'.oivrfo'no is emA adjudgod ordered wlih Mm Clark of tlie Court hy the What Ails You Do you feel weak," tired, despondent, havo frequent head, aches, coated tongue, bitter or bad taste in morning, "heart-bum,- " belching of gas, acid risings in throat after eating, stomach gnaw or burn, foul breath, dizzy spells, poor or variable appetite, nausea at times and kindred symptoms ? iibovo symptoms you are suffering from biliousness, torpid liver with indigestion, or dyspepsia. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is mado up of tho most valunblo medicinal principles known to medical science for the permanent , cure of such abnormal conditions. It is a most efficient liver inviorator, stomach tonic, bowel regulator and ncrvo strengthened The Golden Medical Discover" is not a patent medicine or secret nostrum, a full list of its ingredients being printed on its and attested under oath. A glance at theso will show that it contains no alcohol, or harmful drugs. It is a fluid extract made with pure, d glycerine, of proper strength, from the r6ots of native American medical, forest plants. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Props., IiutTalo, N. V. bottle-wrapper habit-formin- g triple-refine- olork of tills Court furnish to tho various pnoclnots horwln namod .ballots with tho following qiwatlon tlwroon. "Forormgalrusttho running at ilargj Including all upeclos of of animals in South Uockport voting proslnct Xo. 9 and Point PUjisant voting .proctact No. 27." la conformity to this Judgirwritan order honotcifore adojrtied by t!io Ohio County Fiscal Court, it Is further Ordered and adjudged by the Court that Ui officers of tho regular election be. aid are hareby dlroot-o- d to opsin a poll in .ach of ilu veil ing plazas in tho aforoaald pnoolncte,1 In Ohio Couutsy, Kentucky, on November 7hh 1911, for .the purpose of ascertaining tho will of tho itisal voters of'oaoh of the said proclncts upon th-questlcn aforaaaid. It is further opdrjred that n notico of itlio submission of tho. aforJsald qaiestlon eihall be published at kaat 20 daiys prior to said election in at I fist four .Issues of lw Hartfcmd Re publican, a paper of goneral clixiuatlon pubUslv3d in Ilartfond, Olilo County, Kontucky. "Ordened that each causa heniln be contlniued for report of eloctlon as provided by tibi Statute-Cop- y Attest: W. S. TINS LEV, C. 0. C. C. By C. O. HUNTER, D. C. 13t4. aub-mlbt, If you baro any considerable number of the th' GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. HAVE YOUR SUITS &J. F.GILLESPIE Cleaned Proprietors i Pressed B LACKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK -- flMv iTJKk 12 SuTferiors who eay th-y havie tried everything rwlthout ibenoUt are Itho peo for our graduates. As soon as we get tbe required pie wo ane looking for. Wo want number of students this offer will be withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. them to know from gliid esporience The Kind You Have Always Bought tltat Ely's Cream Balm will oanquyr Cold in tho Head, Hay Fever, and cib- Bears the fyuc&M s'inate forms of Najal Catarrh. This Signature of remedy ao's dnectly on the Infbimed BUSINESS COLLEGE sjnsklvo mem(brane'. Cbanslngooth XMconroaaTBo SIO. W. BOHWAHTZ Ing and lwallng. Oqj trial will conTerrible Train of Troubles. rKtuoiras. ESTABLISHED ISO IXJOTSVIEilVE. KY. vince you of ills healing power. Price Lake Charles, La. Mrs. E. Four-nie-r, 50c- All dnusigists, or mailed by Ely 51G Kirby etroot says: "Tho Brothers., 5C Warren St., Now York. month before I I could IHCACHT0W1 WANTED--- fl and district, t hardly walk. I had backache, headBUUausness .is duo to a disordered 'Jr sample Latest Model "Jtancer'' bicycle f Jraished by us. Our tBtnts everywhere u ache, pain In my logs, chills, fainting condition of the stomach. ChamberauunsmoDcyMji. ir rit jor jmu parncuiars ana eoectat offer at once, spells sick stomach dragging feelings lain's Tablets are as?eii!Ua'lIy a sttorrach NO HONEY KKQUIKEl) until ou receive andspprove of your bicycle. .x ZM w anyone, anywnere in mtu, o. muuixiaccm arfoium advance, rAir jrettnt. an and no patlonco or course- - Since tak- miodicirve, intended y to act allow T1SN DAYS' Ul'.i-- ; 'iJtllL, dunnjr which time you. may ride the bicycle put it to any test you wislu II you are- - then not perfectly satisfied or do not wUh t ing Carxlui, I have no more pain, and on .that organ; to cleanse .it, 9U"ieEgth-e- n Keep the bicycle ship it back to us at our expense and you will tut be out one cent. EAPTfiDV PDlfPQ We furnish the highest trade bicycles it is possible to malt feel good all tho time," Take Cardul it, tone and invigorate it, to rflVIVfll I fllVlaV at one snull nmfit ahnvn artnal fartnrv mt. Vnn nv. f to t'S middlemen's promts by bujlnr direct of us and have the manufacturer's gvam and get tho benefit of the peculiar liver and to banj'iah,bIlilcusr.kJ23 shim oeiuna your Dicycic. nu.iuiiiui a Dicycieora paitoi tires irom anyo which have been pos:tlie!y and erfoctually. For sals at any true until you receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of factor herb lngrodlonits, and remarkable sfeetal cfftri to HiltBKVUtS'" "' tnett found so efficient for iwomanJy by all diniggists. m YOy WILL BE ASTQHISiiEflftfcl'V" people have done the testing you (his year. Ve sell the highest trade bicjcles for less mont ,. bviffUet Mi illamihl i man any otner iactory. we are sausnea witn zr.co pront aoove tactory cos You profit by their experience- - Try bievdes under vour own name Plate ' H1CVCL.K DKALlItH. vou can sell H lalBJ.L1.V4 AM. Tr4r.. Orft... ill.rl h. ft... ...Iv.dour M , . LWl I IiW M'raiNI) IIANIl KICVni.KN. Wit An nr..-- rAmilirlv Innrll. nM.J l,inf Mnrl.) h If. ' usually have a number on lund taken in trade by our Chicaro retail stores. These we clear 01 Cromntiv at crices ransrinr from &11 to 18 or tSLO. UesrrlDtive Junraln Hits malW fr.r. Imported roller AAltfCB fbEiAUCe dlaelu wheels,kinds at ha' the usual chains and pedala, parts, repairs an Midnight In the Ozarks IHMSTtR-SRAHtd, equipment of all retail rim. And yat sla"ttless Hiruni Soranton, PBNCTBRE-PROO- F "and cough-j- d. of Clay Ojty, llu was in tho mountains on the SAMPLE CCI 1I m& TSDCC A INTRODUCE, PAIR TO ONLY idvioe of ifivo doctors, v(ho a'd he Tht rtvular rttail britx of these ii'tei is had con'3umpton, bait found no liolp I a. .J it c rsm" -J. mil nut.c. ivc ivitt jijw. azrr iHxir.t viti ....'if. A. t.. fi I .iiMiiji ' PiiliiiiMiliiMiliiiifc in ittod cUmato, and slart.d euyOUu5ampiepairiur,oif.ainwufnit.rtJit tt M wrjcTBOHDLE FRO;., PUNCTURES fl of Dr. King's New Discovery. i sPPPBku:lcs or Glass Trill not lot tbo he b an to usa It. ''I b:dlovo Jitsaivod ftirVsWxtv' thousand pairs sold lastwyear. use. my life," ho writ s "for It imado a Over two Hundred tnousaua pairs now 1 rursrjJpr7Vr.Iade In all sizes. It is lively tuty man, af .mo, so .that I can now sWPPfPHlisssssssssssW'klisssMiF n wr- ., iivHil nuahtv of rubber, which never becomes do good work aga'ln." For all lung .. i r.r up i.i ' lawmen Closes .:' Biuau IM ? SllolcjrtAKFtftS in; dseE0:J, oaughs, colds, la gripe, nsth-tn- a, JUUViUIO BtUUS "it and "I," alio rim strip "11 crcup, iwllaoplug cough, ihay XoVcr J!pon& or twice in a whole tea ton. i hey wcigituotno to prevent rim outtlnsjr. Th ffrdinirytlre, the puncture resistinEqualftlesbeln; tire will outlast any oth hjmcrrhasos, hcaraeHes or quinsy, It ..r'ii.irarai Uvers of thin. sDeciallv prepared fabric r W Si'Sv -- VKtn i"ixw u tibo boat known wmady. Price. 50c tread. Thereirul arprfceoOeset!res-iS.5operpalr.tmtfodveTUsloepurposeitwearejuaUineaspecialfactorvpriceto only U So titr BJlr. All orders shipped same day letter is received. We ship C O. D. o and $1.00. Trial bottle inn. Guar-a- at the rlderof approval. You do not pay aie'nKg'ttil you have examined and found them strictly as representet jokI by all druggists. m Wewill allow a cash llscountcJT per cctU (thereby niaklnc the price S4.00 per pair) if yo GUARANTEE position if nood WE will us real soon. Weyou a many more you once to supply tbe enormous demand at CASTOR A Por Infants and Children. I Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, - Ky. Repairing and Dye- ing neatly done. Lames worn given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called forand delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. Club, A. BLDO., HARTFORD, KY. took-Card- uI' RIDER ftGEHT HEFLIN & CO., Hirst Class Liveryman Centertown, Prompt A - Kentucky. esp'-'oiali- ttention and Good Service. resu-lait-oit- TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, Ills-Oth- . Ci' -22. 8 U HEDGETMN E-I3a i' .- -- l'. 4 U MVMMVXWS H H Iff HMP1 il " home-H-v.rIr- g (Sh5tBHBBHH(jH IrXoterSraS If If Iff Iff SEND YOUR BOY MATHENEY & BATTS FOR BOYS ft H H ." F tires on approval and trial i YOU NEmZlt BlHC.S Itedgcthorn riiiicture-l'roo- r regular Oatoiber the special introductory price quoted above) or write ror our Dig Tire ana bunury catalogue wiuc usual prices. describes and quotes all makes and kinds of fixes at about ' 'he TlIINlv October, 1911. Of IIUYINQ a bicyc' but write us a postal today. DO NOT mMrtr Hon. It, R.- or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wouderft .offers we are making. It only costa poitaUo learn everything. Write it NOW. Pnea'.dlng. . W. F. Condlt, ot al. CHICAGO, MEAD CYCLE V end FUt.Ii C.VHH WITH OUDI2U end etlClose this advertisement. Vou run no risk 1 sending us an order as the tires may El stunted at OUlt expense if tor any reason they at v not sausiaciory on examination, we are petittu:'111reliable alia monev sent to us Is as safe as in find that the? will ride, easier, run fastebank. If you order a pair of these tires, you wear petter, last longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price. W you will bs so well pl:ased that when you want, a bicycle you will give us your orde know that ftvc want you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer. trpam don't ouy any Kina at any price until you sena tor a pair Stock Law Election. ORDEItS-QHI- Iff Iff Yanderbilt Training School - COUNTY COURT. "Pdi-m- F , 2nd Day of iff Iff nn Vt nMI ur ttAII ELKTON, KY. A limited select school lor boys. J. O. C. C. L COMPANY, If KBLLthc and WITH CURE the LUNGS couch lJFAVHSHna?i all counu oronicrly obtained and oruo (fv. we obtain them thorooal, at our I TH AT PAX, adverll so5 & ji.09. Trial BeUlo Free ; -LDS AND ALL THROAT AND LUNB TROUBLES. Dr. King s New Discovery a. ..... pnicE FIIH f5.!"i?Ili5 hjui MONEY REffUMimL-- trade.marks l. pitentr eipenae,auaiicipyouioueeew. tteuj trodeU photo or sketch' (or FH C C report on patoatatiUlty. so yearr practice. SUR FortreaOuU PASSING RIFCntriCCS. UouK on j'rontuble latent write to S03-S0-B I I Seventh Street, WaSHINOTON, D. C. aTJARANIKKD SATISFACXOKI . OK. 33 Buiuu. ta bails ' u.. lil male you aaaimateed or a panuaneat r tui i.f " New rsisr.tjiMi. urrtn r uiCktaeirS BULBS SUCCEEM sr'se'BBi BULBS a.t Ladies! Sve Mohcy and Keep la Style by Reading WcLall's Magazine and Using McCall PatterBS MAZIh, HcCaX'sMaisilnewlll help rou Ures.1 ttyl hhly at a moderatu ospomohy keoplui; you posted on, tho Lite&t fashions In clollii'S and liats. to Now 1'avliiou Posiens lu cacti lssuo. Also )nunU lurorintllon on nil homo aud per. A MCAILS .na. uIoa ft ?il'"i''? wrnsri I '"- I XS3ZB m j.. Wrmi liMBHU UIsIIHU "'": vUi. tmihtt " "ry.'.t.-.'fsy-l iirasnii irarrrrrairni JIM INK Hll i w 14 twk BmSU, . miriiri ! n wmrwww - .W.LVMkkM 47ewL au. sbsb " Kriue tiday or tend for rteatiiUDlocouf. ItVCali ill bwatl0 you to mako In your own bonus, wliy'ji'')Wiit!.indt I'lutulwfhir yourwlf kjMl ralWiaiiklt will U J "In style and Bt. T. a.ntftiixtcr twmtmmtvm Only aoiial matters. (A) a year tucludinif a frco pnttotti. bub. tllMlli Pttu ceuw. itoud Jor frco W WM Om m scrlutions l'rumUiiu (,'aUlootA and Cissti Vriso Oiler, va vw vn. a, mm mt. sfctut etwm. i'einCatato.ruo. r Ta rM PtwM. for Mill)- enj. amonz )ur ITicikIk. l'.Anil forlrvo Stock Law Election. Paint Wioisaut Pnucin'ct No, 29. John T. Jackson, ot al. For Judgment, Stock Law Election. South Ruckport Pavclnct, No. 9. of It aipeaailng to tho the Com- - ttlraftho FJLtul Count ot Qho wanly, by a. majority cl thk3 men-he- ra oanvpoilng Uio samo Jus lwreto-fop- e that by rusular order decided elosUons to nejulato tho running at largo of cattle and tbo apecI-.- thor,of shall he hi Ohio ouuiittiy, oonfilni.id to Uw vottos pruc!nots within sa-l- Ocamty, and It further appearing, that W. F. Conddt, rniil 31 otihor legally qualified votors uf Point Plfcas ant iotliii3 pivislnot No. 27 and John T. Jackson; ard 21 o'ther legally qualified votm of tiouth Rockjiort voting prcolnot No. 9 have oach tiliod their petitions Jtuno'-- n praying ilbat lan elec-Wbe ibald In their rospoctlvo noting preciueU at Utelr regular eVctlon No- VBunber 7th., 1911, for ttwe iminposo or taking tlie wmaJ of tho legally qualified VioWrs lu wvk of the said pre- olncba above uamedi upon lo question. whcitlwr or ot Cadtla or any Bpocloa thopeof sball be permitted ito run at larjr uppn 'fi.rubllo atlsKways, qrun jck;id teftd within tkelr n.iectlvq proclucto; Awl k. txpatKlttg dbat oach ot stkkl itiiUow TrVr duly tMled, and l.v4 lUi over for one month or JuwlMg been tswwiW ho b3OcW6 on Iff Iff Iff Iff Faculty IT Iff Iff iff Iff If I? If Iff of college-traine- d Our patronage has 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 improyements. NO SALOONS IN THE TOWN OH COUNTY. Moral sur- H tip roundings excellent UNEXCELLED AS A SCHOOL EOJR YOUNG BOYS. Nineteenth Year Begins September (j, 1911 Write for catalogue. Address all communications to Desk "B" n x x X X X X X Iff If Iff If Iff If If MATHENEY & BAITS. HMWd mi) mltlsr w dwod nuisMoat W tWty Uw r.)yp-satxV- P bavlmt bcn tlepostWed st mmho, Nd tlwst a fee IJtftft44ftKfifiJi,fcji4 V- - T'fi i' t, .r h.'.'-k:,- hear for cnw3r It. &rmH& says they lied jQaaiimi d Jrcm First page.) u'fTim and tbafriMd ttrom for hjrlf Vw ita Md for votrrtf fci4 hUt." Thto iwuwrllon cf jvwly iwnfWtfr'on tin fwrt Vtf the D.oucatt'c camdMMo Governor m giwftjA 'twill V for DO YOU KNOW Ote-Seveit- k, that .!';qlloiii law and ftp Ho stood 5jKnsflr tor ilu mot would havj u in op od. wflBot nd tiki n euR of ttait Mdsle JutljO'ilidJir arrived aLout 10 tr'cloek SmM coiwonlfan and provvd It. "WaCnoary wasudyiairOfih) oras3t this muruina in un auto, ridlrcs jnllws frc,m Itowjtr.z Gnvn lu 3a4JferKid by Mr .Uwlvt against Sir. sQwebtA'a awn Judnnt ami Inclination. company with Thuritian Dixon, Chair- ' . m.f J ! ' u"--' Cl Il1(ttljl Buaau of, tho that .Mccpttfy nugnt rwo Cannml& and nn Alkc subtoquL'nily tinon thu po- - Campaign b9 Dowor bay, Mtiejd wave eX pnAJwllco and itudtoN Tha party was nwt a couploof tanks Uwwjliy jvsm1 uvd." 1, . .. . JntVx.1 O'ilmr was InToducud by J. lroni ln, oowy . at iuj a uangation ' f r SI.' fiHtUirii AimnHunwlUra Attonnov. ""l conducted to tlw oalKgl hian th- - man of the hour. counihoufu Btuanc(wbtre an lmmyns.3 wTt O'Ri ur's address In tho main throng wa,3 gatJitsittd tochoer .thfan-d!da'v- y on hia arrival. Tlw acdttivillo i3x3t with thy ntxysslty for upholding propes-slc- n nnratl'Mttantl govornmw.it as tho only band mas plains whun i,h movid around thu squairo to tlio rproaon-jJiim,.nunwwna.by wh'ch oiiuallty, Df hiatol. Scanjoly had tbry yntnr3d wh,3ii r tho nuijcrltj' and a Ji avy &m,iur of lain sjt in and lnby thw ivoi)l cjd Iw laYnd all day. This nja.'tS'ta'fjd th-- abandonment EQU.VLITY DENIED, cf v planii for an outdoor apoochand tlv CilUam chard tJiat s?fliy of njproswntatlon lias .biwn de inciting was to dd In the court room. ,wry a that; the and cona.KiuctfVily In ord-oariai'ai Xnu2ra:lc iniaidhCna .ind tin lobby UUapjiplntui.in failing ,to huar ,hlm, ihaur retain con';,rol cf fclw Lusillt'llr,-- , but hundimdi of thwn called xn him a tiuoiisJi 'jhij D jnocna&lc LaglolatorJ! tho IioImL All aall-- s of Uho popular majority In OUvr,a county Is the homi of Jack ?Ji State. JlcCrvary, wlio drjnounjd tary It 'publlcoin candidate for Sjcrvj- of StnWuid It promisa to gU a tSfs mulling, whon li wan a candi-ttaV- e for United majority of at least 60Q for tha tlokJt for tlw nomlnatioa Stales Senator agaliii't BttVjliaim and Notice. wks iWleatwl, lias l's cjindl-ulilAll psrions liavlng claims against U'j said, and he told wjhy. estate of G. J. Bean, de 'XUxf. B,clliam chang,jj that S.na-4- y the MaCtkury 'bolWd his njmlination ceasod, ar hereby notlflod to sprosont th-jartl ald-jt- 1n his d'f-p.- L Why then. did signed properly provon to the under In Hartford, Ky. on or ibofore 4Sav. IlxklKun and lii3 ,mn;ahina$ilect McCriiry for tlnjjr candklalu Oot. 15, 1011, or they will iba barred. 5oiaUr to? Govornor of ' Iveni'.ucky. Thjno Also all persons indebted to said esnrwist haM boen a iMison. Tor tate are requested to make payment H. and thro la a ivasjn for It, and saivo cost. J. E. and H. B. BEAN, thy ovarii! to he 10U siwl I chars,) A.dmlnistratoris'. Jthis: That on. aaojunt of Senator JUirinary's Intense iMn'isacBhlp, his twiIJi3i5..s3 to tack anything (,ha't h.s rarjjr in ttnvc:ilson or lihrouish its SV;iship wwild dciiiM for, ;i3anl-la- s OUR WEEKLY GRUMBLE. ; of ita own ast i'.M'r.3sia!3, that I'm would bj ilx mifst folt tint seen u havu In tlti Ojv;rn'or'd clia'.r Jte-Jba- to&ty to h.arjudj and but for thu'tfiivfit- -' O'ltor enlni .vapit lot iih-- ploJ a thfa inorri-Ir- g, Into Scatlsvll! anl btfailaftd... THOUSANDS iPilBSBNIT. Two thousand pefipKi votu or n.t Alitfilta f" 336,1, tf the Fdplatiei'tf KettKky Is MsfnicftM . a. Nit tyreseriy ia Stat UfcfolaJfre? drer STUDY THE MAP AND HEAD THE EXPLANATION BILLOW . il ji .m ... 1 a . "" 1 ' . .. ,u T?r; "s jc7-- : -- :;' " .: ; .:.. ir,..; ? S"s 'i v . J:ao lo it! r thc-uaan- v, The above map shown two Senntorlnl districts In Kentucky, one belnff the smallest In point of population and Democratic, while the other shows the largIn point of population nnn Kcpuhllcan In polities. One State Senator Is allowed the Democrats for 28,000 population, while one State Senator Is allowed tho Itepubllrnns Jn the mountains for 163.000 p"Pilatlon, 1010 census. In other words It takes ab6ut Ave and Itcpubllcans to equal one Democrat, or J33.000 citizens nro disfranchised In the Seventeenth Senatorial district alone. Hut this Is only one illustration of the most outrageous 'gerrymandering that was ever practiced In any State In the Union. Take tho Thirty-thir- d Senatorial district, which H tn the mountains and Hepubllcun and composed of Clay, Floyd, Johnson, Knott, Leslie, Letcher, Harlan, Martin, , Perry and Pike, with a population of 115,075. Its area is 3,JS2 square miles. vCompare It with tho Twenty-thir- d . Democratic district shown on the map. Then turn your attention to the Representative districts. Here the gerrymanderlm? was even more unprincipled. Hancock county Is the Twonty-nlnt- h Representative district with a population of only ,S,612 and an area of 135 square1 miles. It has one Representative In the State Legislature. On the other hand, the Republican Ninety-thir- d In the mountains, composed of Bell, Hprlan, Leslie and Perry counties, has a population of 69,244 and an area of district 1,571 square miles, with one Representative. Taking all tho Senatorial and Repre.sontatlve districts. It was shown by a decision bythe Court of Appeals (hat 336,000, or of tho population of Kentucky Is disfranchised. It was to right such a flagrant wrong as this that Judge O'Rear declared he would keep the Legislature Jn session for two years, ir necessary. Remembering the blood of our forefathers from Lexington to Yorktown, would the enfranchisement of 336,000 citizens bo expensive at such a costT IS IT ANY WONDER, IN VIEW OF THESE FACTS, THAT BECKHAM, HALY & CO. HAVE ISSUED ORDERS TO JAMES, McCREARY, McDERMOTT, ET AL, TO BEAT THE TOM-TOOF NATIONAL ISSUES AND AVOID RELIGIOUSLY ANY DISCUSSION OF STATE ISSUES? est th, 4 d Hon. . James Breathitt ( ia px JJeCivufly JunjO'R-a- notice that "talk" djsn'.t hurt a man much? Purf cticm Isnt look-- fur in man, and whn by sucepjatrul noMtic'an, sam.j on? trls to injuro a ir.an t?ar.t bin a was a roan cf smo-Jth- , oily ep'jch, a ranting aboqt a fiw faults ht has, Uvj abiunt cno who 13 prnibably man ;vho liad btni u&xMit finy- to his own affiiiiy, Is s4avaUd ,h!;i-f.i:- ij ifiMnroraiiyiLody.arKl would an obJtlfXEabLj o.inid.iJa;ij to in uio fttnivr'slwf-r-JstJmatic.n, iwhilj. ihi iat imfonnant Is accaiHlimgly. if uli-ijr knnt. a man knciak3 along, drJlng fairly well Uuwt Mtf'iHtny'uatid.. tlw liquor quuw.lon iwoii wholly pajVi roillzo that wlub by haj eoni JiaVaoiwi Mi tbj Stat- - and thit liavlng faulus, ho has mure vlisuja, nud ih y &idi sni)j3id in hla lat f.ioj by, Uio arw chailtublo enough to oironfcolt jljaor inirj:tf, Mr. Ilriaklituni would thtiso faul'us. But it is dif.'ju ait wu'Ji a girl nia'tir luwigaod ?5S In tho dry intrfU'tis.andMJ'.an, ar.id-pu- i or woman. Nomay bo, ljt a woman a.inv- tho iwo, th ly would lmvwljoIJi ylnga .nbout'' hjr Uiur and .tilwy would ifly. oo stent an Infani'suu l XlaxAns Is vvlllins to nias it TSSli.it th..-- iian(tMd to do wus to win; and ilkln't caiv sj much for uMcOiwy. alcn,2, and tl:rie Is al!ay3 taimronii to bJ.-vit. That l,j can b.avt bo "C!(v(trfoi, tli iy n'Wiimt l h'hn." lived down. It maj- - burn Kiw (but Ihw DRADLEVS ELECTION. with iww fuul. This 1 d him to nof.jir to;h3 idctlon f Ujadiiy. Hu bald if it wus v.tioiig Dd yen av r tliluk haw damuabli Jot lliojHj Dimiooroyc boVjns to vot- - man sliih goadj gwod io iplj aro in tar BradLjy It wu wja for thorn to this noiiHict? fcsto for .McCixu-y- , anoo ho htvdjust wjii for Hi- - nomination by I Sliskhain, urd if any oiw iwtis (bniilwl Por Infants and Children. t virio i.r Uradley It Is a wjiolticn tiuit ho wcusbr.l.dtout The Kind You Have Always Bought r y d y to ruin all of tho olkr busing tiJ Kentucky. "".At tho iujKto tlrcy,tlu-had figured It tat. Senator JloCn ary had in tho ai I"ra,n.kfart, viuU tin niucliln con-simi- od Did you Attorney General of Kentucky , AN P . ! , . nur o, i'5 lj nl y itm Judge ; L L Bristow X 41 y iS iiy -- Republican Nominee for LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Will Address the Voters of Ohio County at esdr-fvid- CASTOR A Boars fhwt. r fc,ald 3fn(Vnry wiJwr 10 pr!)duc irslw Signature roto tlus biils.rs or pouult. Ubin ti jpAidtjBo thmii, and MQtirry aidrtd Kicked By a Mad Hcrjo Jw iiuitin by wyingls had ItrXis Samuel Birch, tif Bootosm, Wsjhad ibcn,GuIUolmnl3cai ami Cllr. Farria. a nJllS him Uliit lw Iwid MiUlfon. Ih an ItVZ.most narrow okupj f iwin lus.ng h.j. Jia nn jlnsnr twii!! Ii,l 41. . r,inl .1 iMjiHst uluit htoy ask thi (bult.jiy ful eoro that djvoloiyul, but tit last ut k aupjiort iilm. Huckloir's Arnlva Salvo cured it "Ninv luvo glvttn S uviioi' Ita tlie greatost Inalor of vPPortunX' t tU ulow, burns, bolls, oc&ima, scalds, wlxjllhw hu iAo to Uiotto fourm.n." cuts, owns, fcmisioa and .aiW Judgo O'lUiiu-- . "II MfMa Wiat pllss on oartlu Try it Kc, at all drug' ': Ji liarl nskud ofW& cold-ssoix- FORDSVILLE, K7. SATURDAY, OCTOBER TL 191 1 f 4 1 Slc-r.ja- ry oam-P'o'ol- y. s, iutUn. 1 vav, chango iSvjuator gists. that lw dldwrito to thOaw four ixiai afUtr thiy had boltnJ B talw'hUm, ,GoodFarm for Sale. Containing C5 acres, on Bviivpr Dim and Hartford Plko, ono-hatulla from Bjavr Dun. Good fiw room nous.), good out buildings, 8 acroa dn wood land. Plouty of Avatwr, mid fiuilta of all kinds. Alto will Hull horsos, oatUo, hogs and fanning For further partioulai oall on, JOSEPH n. W1U.IASIS, 1CW Boavr Dani, Ky. lf SOLD THE WORLD OVER. Speaking Begins at 1 O'clock . m A VIIpK ! hrrfgW Hall fc "Four doctors hud given uw up," friwula wore looking for ino ito die, wioa my aon luslstod Uiat I use Elootric Blttars. i did bo. and thuy havo dono mio a womld of good. I will always prateu thwn. Eijatrlo Bt)Ura Is a prloolesa blocwing to woman trou-hlo- d wlti tenMmr and dlzy np,jlbj, backacho, hirpdache. AMU-i- y, Use thtjtn and fain new LuaMfc,Mj4tgtlu and vlor. Tlwy'ru HuamiUd to m.U btfy or mony refuaid. Only at writoB Jltrs. Laura Uaio-n-, Df Avoca.l Ivt., "iuul my children land all niy Saved His Mother's Life. iiBaiiii iiiibl n.'i Come Out and Hear the State Issues Discussed By These" Able Speakers. . J IS? AT I ICONIC ocitJi(alkii or Mutt? disonbra. W. S. TINSLEY, Ch'm'n., J.NEY FOSTER, Sec, ail druggiata. 6c Republican Campaign Committee. Ohio County. i & ." SUiter ,v v " .