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The Hartford republican: October 20, 1911 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 hao1911102001_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: October 20, 1911 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. l) .vn Jfortf0W Jtejmbliam. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY. Fin Job Work. Subscription $1 per Year No. VOL. XXIV. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1911. Id From 1875 to 1879 McCreary as Governor Pardoned 336 People for Furnishing Liquor to Boys. national legfeilklonj CRcBnthtti launcfo.d Into a Judo diaousBlcm of tho ovlla of Starte growing out of lobby domiPROMISING nation. The representatives of the leo-pl- a ifail to notlct public senitHmont and' respond to the public jwlM. iCormp-fckw- v body, through of the Judge O'Rear Speaks to offers of place, froo piasaco, emlall fa vors, .party loyaltty and even brlbiry, LwTjnty Audiences. ho said, has praventdd for years compliance with the CbnstltulSIoni in matters vitally affecting the lntjr- Underwood aid Heflin Receive oats of tho people of Kontuctky subsjrn'ied through nt, law-maki- a visit to relatives near St. Large little Attention in Third 1 Initiation and Banquet. .The Cemtertown "Forget-me-not'1 District. Franklin JCy., Oct. 14. Judge Olloar wound up a week's spoaklnig tour ciT the Third lOongresaiianail dtstrlct.iwlth an address in itthe crowded Simpson aftercounty counbheuso .bene this up noon. The audience was made largely cf farmiars, who came from all counsacUons of tho suroounidlBg Re- - X w Judge 0'Hear 'has been ctasely pursued or Just preceded at every plac2 visiting In ifihla diistrlnot, by som Con'iivs-man- , who appealed to Deimo-cnat- te voters to support Witr' tidk.. for the sake oit its effrot on itlhe national equation. Coagnessman Stani.-followed Mm at GrejivIUe and Central City, and Congressman Heflln.or Alabama, spoke at Elkton and FrankO'Rkpr's lin .the day before Judga date. j Only about a hundred heand the 'fe'nasrcssmnin at Elkton, and ihuo only a score of politicians .were present wtfien the hour amrlved. Tho pulbllc ear-y- n Bchools .were dismissed, and by st use of the aetephone a crowd of .ze was finally soured. reapoctoW9 UNDERWOOD MEETS FIROST. less than 200 .people welcomed Hiouflo Xader Umdeirwoad when be enoto nit- Soling 0"iw5i, his 'boyhood home.ln the Intercut of tha Domocratlc ticket. Cond'tUocls In Simpson are gratifying for I'jho Republican lticke!t, and i'hia D mooratic majority jwlAl foe con- aldercibly cut. A bond Issue of $"o.J out 000 tor county roads .will bmng full Tote, which probably wall save a tho Democratic orgwnlza'tilon from los- ins tbho county, as many of its vo ters would not attend the polls, but tor hls question. Judge O'Rear was Introduced today by E. H. Black, a merchant of Ithis place, and refwred to the arguments advanced by Congressman Heflin as to; litou fchey iad baen roparfc-.id- i KENTUCKY ISSUEj "Mr. Hntflln, I understand, talked jo Jim about national Issues almost exclusively," said Juds3 O'iRoar. "His reasoning may have been profound, and I 'hope you will kwp it fcwah in your mind for twelve months, when laaues. we will vote upon national TMs year we are considering State affairs. Our Constitution provides that shall State and national elootlcns. not be iKfldtheeamaywar to avoid! cor fusing itlw issues. "You jilamt your corn In file spuing and your wheat in the fall. If someone should come around and talk to you about the pnoper ,way to prMparo the" ground .and plant wheat In tho spring, you might give him respectful attention, but you would not kit It Interfere itfjUh your corn planttng, that is the time for pfenning corn. So we may listen to their disit cussion of naitlcwval Issuis, but should mot be allowed to interfere iwdth our settlement of State alfalra this try. bekoli Iiodge met at their regular ses sion Friday afternoon and Initiated three new meimbers, afitr which they repaired to the .banquet room where a nice Uiniah was Servtd.. Thie taTjlo being decorated In pink and green. members the loclgj co'or. Vlaitlng from Jtuckinort Lodtw, Wiiiv Mus. Ross, P. O., ilre. Dixter, V. C, Refoekah's Beck. The and illsa hae a fully iulped djgree tram and are d:dng excellent work, ivisltlngmm bars ifrTxm othtr lodg'ts will always mnot with a hearty reception, dlhty will give an evening entKaalnaikfliit in of the a short wlilb fcr the lodge. Tho laushing feature will be " .The U' "Old Maid's public ds cjrda'ly invaded to be presA REBEKAH. ent. Es-tell- la Cont.-ontloiL- Average Value oi $14.50. Frankfort, Ky., Oat. 1C Lands iper acre are vaJuod in Kentucky fcwim ?33 to $80.07. Tha poorest land, according to Its valua In KenitcUy, is 4n Rqwan county, and the hlglwat priced is In Fftjxttw couniy. The values Jianise ac cording to the locafilon, itlie ipocavst boi Inig in the eaBtkn pant of the 9tat and the rlcheat. land belnfg In tha central and AVesitern pant of the Slftte. The total of all the land in Kentucky for taxa'tiom is ?35l,555,518, and the total nurolbyr of acres 21, 225,085, piak leg an average alue of Lanil n.jracre Tho lav goVtirnicg asajss-mnt- e $14.50. in this State are so d Active that when a rake la made on the county It must be on the county a's a very few instances nlhoJe, and in a these increases in the lands result In handiaWips, ibut such is neftj the 0033 with the good ilande. " Gov. Wilson May Succeed Harlan. ihi.ro Washington, D. C, Oct. Is some talk toer3 that Governor Wilson, of Kentucky, and Judge Dich-raof that State, might be given cons'dfcTation in connection wJth the recenity created vacancy lu Hie lC-TSu-pn.- n, ". Court It is considered highly .probable in tha event the President seriKs a Justice in the Sixth Circuit thtui h.. will at .3'1'jher consider ithe oaipolutment or Judge Ouoh'iun. Governor Wlllson Govanncir Wlllson's name iticii bvn mentioned In connection with 111.' Court before, as has that of Judge Cochran. Thr e Indiana nam'ss have J) Jen sug. goitd as poifaiiibilltitis to Bucotied ihie se year- - r ways to strentbu the riaWocol ar-ty- , and to thoeo .who put Wie party 'first and party lntpasta Jiiglwatucli man arguments nieai, but to the Uw who puts Wie State first and .State's InteivaU hlfftwrt, (that angu- mnt doss not ajirxMl. We hava a Sana torlal alecyon thte yRr, and that is ushI as an excuse tor IntnaduolHgoa-tloflteMMM,but let us & bow It - STATE OR RARTY. "No doubt," ho eald, "somo people think th.3 parity man should vote al late Associate Justice Harlan on tihe Supreme Court bsnoh. Those are Charles W. Fairbanks, United States Circuit Judge Frank Baker and United S ates District Judge A. B. Anderson. This .talk merely Is apxulatiive, as the President ds HAvny and no .penson hero has any information on "whWi to predlot what will ih'afppen. Mr. Fair banles' name might Teceive favonalble consideration if he cared to accept tho honor, .but his otcso friends huro bdlleMo that he would not nacvlpt It. CERALVO. green, Theory, Dahl. and is visiting friends ivlatiw Iwne. Mra Theory onovod from this place twenty nine svars Oct 18, iMre. Mary 111., ago. Miss Mattte Helsl Hi works out. QqvJraor "In every eleoUon for there Is also a StHHrtortel AvOtion, aad Favors Good Roads. looal tsaues, waeeptUng' Judge O'Rear favors a alHwwetoent forty Ixwts. Kvatueky Is but one of oonrtMutloa so Qua, ihhe oosfvlett six uuMs, tmMdA equs'lly la the to National Seuat?, and Abe 'would ihave aui Lm wanked o& the nosds. flood ldi Judi, ,we am with ypu. but slllkt IsUuooce and a WUWM vod I in sebttoc her own paculiir htMVMW town News, DMmocmtlc, U we Dermlit k abe iwvr abfUI ia to to w ocwl'iroj, imiWy aiWA on n HHttooal went to Bowling Oram Tuesday to attend school. ' Rev. N. II. Watsoii WML 10s ap- polutment lutfle Tuesday. Hereafter he will preach first Sunday tfivn Ins. iMr, W. 11. BJaokburn has been pastnwHter lwv la place of Mrs. MatUe Ma4dox who restgeed. te iEbth- of hey Mrs. Lon Bro'.n Is a gu-s- t daughter Mrs. Luthvx Addington iwho Is on tho stick Hat. The tobacco crop for 1911, as com ilrs. M. P. Maddox and daughter 'were pared with foraier ywrs, while small guests of .Mrs. J Hill last Fri- er than the abnormal ones of .1909 day noar South carrollton. 1S93 and 1910, is tho largest since The iplantitg condltiioms ware bad OAK GROVE. eariy In the season, as (the ground very busy at this writ- wa3 hot and baked, but (tilie rainy Farmers are favorable, and weather later was ing gathering corn. "Shame, eternal shame, upon such a man, (referring to AttorThe meeting at Oak Grove iwas brought tho crop around better Itton ney General Hayes) and shame, too, upon my honorable oppothe experts expected j largely attended last Sunday. nent, Senator McCreary, who has avowedly formed a political The improvomeni'3 im the burioy P.rof Earl Smith who U Haching alliance with him, and whom we have a right to presume endorses school at Hopewell vlsltetl ihls home crop .toward the end of the growing; and approves the campaign of slander and falsehood conducted season was quite marked, and tifiter Saturday and Sunday. pAd by that man. The debate at Oak Grove last Wed- a very ipopr start during July practically August! the plants In "In the respect which I feel for my opponent and for the innesday night was lang ily attended. tegrity and decency of his personal character, I cannot underMr. Winson Smltli, of this place, every section came faqwacd rapidly. bringing about rwhat nipears to be a eiwnt to Beawr Dam Saturday. stand why his political ambition with a man who posesses no Mrs. Joe Miller and daughter An- larger yield tjiaa, wias estlmialted tour quality except that of a demagogue, and who is so far his inferestimoni'ihs ago. 'A contwrvatiive nie, of Green River ior in every attribute that belongs to a man of honor and resmate ot ilhe bunley aoncoigo may now were the guests of her sister last. pectability." Extract from Governor Beckham's speech at Kentucky 142- ,e. nude as foltaws: Lexington, Ky., August 16, 1906, in his race against McCreary Ohio C33 acrs; Indiana 9.C70 acres; Several ifrcni this dace, attendaui for the Democratic nomination for United States Senator. and AVest Virginia the speiaklng at Hartford last Thurs- 20.7GG acres; scattering sections 19,000 acres; total day. Misses Bes!e Smli'Ji r.nl ly& Ran-ne- y 182.0S9 acnes. Tlh3 ihanvested acreage: las 2S4)00 acnes, and in 1910, attended Oak Eehoiol last In 1910 KENTUCKVS TOBACCO SUIT TO BE BROUGHT 231.S97 acres. f' r iiiusiy evii, nent Messrs, Estil Mrdn and A d'cnja'se of almost 40 per Rojcohj AGAINST THE HERALD CROP IN 1909 Jarnagln, of Qrorrtw 11, rrade a L'lylng as conitirastyd iwlth last year is theretrip to Wlni?on. Smith's Sunday n'ght. fore indtcaiW. Repents Cram tho various sections iProf. Et.inl Smith luft Monday for a (fi .the iburl y .belt indicate that the Woods Claims Articles in The Over 39 Million Dollars Worth tr'p .to the Mammoth Cave. crop has gone Into illie banns under Mr. John Henry Steiwart, of and at the Weed Grown in lKiflsad througih Herald Reflected on His this place Saturday the most fcuonable conditions, , The. oUaracftr is ouning nicely. on ,his way to Beaver Dam. the State, of tho growing season, howieft)r $a&'' w Character. made for a, ,nvv -BEAVER DAM. of "j.ira. ant thick flb.n'. Computations (bad on. I'tMd town can boast Oct. fsV-O- w Washington, October The cenRichmond, Ky., October 17. Aloyor in the form the conditions pievaillrig Li the? llHf of on'e Bocar a sus of crops In Kentucky shows toC. E. Woods, of this city, today en1y ferent 'jwlnits lndlea,e a total yleW neway little papdr, bacco to bi thlie greatest moneo' prro-du- o of a of White hurley Ito 174,485,700 ipoundsr T. N. JJavls. gaged Attorneys Checautt and Walr iper acn Census Director totaled Rev. A. B. Gardner visited Sahool Last jiear's liroductton lace to bring suit asailnst the editors issued the Btatrriiu.jrit oC (Rounds. Thus! a deoroaso at Taylor iMines Monday morning and of the Hartford, Ky., Herald for the The leading croys of the Stale for gave 83,992,300 pounds, or about 33 ipef the children a very nOee ttalk. valuation publication on Sciitumbar 27 at an al - '1909 ranked in order of .Of the loll Mra. IS. B. Neighbors, who has ben oant. Is ludioated. Corn, ?r;u,44S,00O; Tobacco, U&utl slanderous and d.itamltory ar- wero: Kentucky raised- - 131.S12.700 very sick, Is improving. Woods' char- $39,SC3,000; hay and tonag-j- , $10500,-00ticle concerning Mr. pounds; Indiana, 10,831,000 Mr. Walker Park, of naw tqwnjwas pound; wheat 8,821,000; pabatoos,i$2,72i,-00- 0 call,-- d acter and (political record. pounds, and oCiher to Rocleport last wetta on ac- Ohio 18,842,000 and oats, $1,218,000. From 1S99 to count of the Mr. ., Tb suit is the outcome oi aerlous Illness and death sections 10,000,000 pounds. to 1909 corn inciva'sud 117,083 acivs, or of his sister Mrs. Dr. Evdy. Woods' published CROP SIWLMARY. support O'Rear for Governor over h'.s 3 5 per cent. Starting wlldi 3.021.17C Total acrdaise 1911, 877.6S9 acres- Mr. Hanry Baldwin and wife, of 1879, corn fell by 1S89 .to feilkiw townsman, James acivs in 272,-20- G Deciva.se compantd with 1909, MoHenry, attended church at Beaver rose by 1S99 to 3.l957,and B. MoCreairy. acnes. Dam Sunday. The Hartford Herald's comnrunl- -' again toy 1909 to 3,436,340.. ll,exonltIlgo ot decrease, 23( Iessrs. GHmore Keown and Carl Per period H nee, during tilu thlnty-yeia- r upon Mr. cat'on reflealied Woods' cent. Hockei- - Mt Tuesday on tin Educationcharacter dn many ways; which are cant lias made .but slight Inisrusuw. al trip ito Louisville and otli'-i- r ipolnts. 742,0G0OO Probable yileld 1911, contradicted toy the Blgnod statements The total yield in 1909 vttis 83,338,021 .Mr. E. N. Morrison and iwilfe, of pounds. Climax, Kentucky bushels;1 Iho avierage yield pw acre, Fordsvllle spent Saturday and Sunof the Riahmcnd Yield In 1910, 930,778,093 pounds. Register, Pantagraph nnd by ex- - 24 .bushels" tlio avoiage value afcrocre day with Mrs. Bllllo Morrison and D2creaae tor .the year 1SS.71S.195 Counity Judge John C. Chennulr, for J14.70. pounds. children. For the decade ending 1909, tobacco mer owiisr of tli Cllmax.aillof uhoim Percentage of decneaso. 20, per oenL Elbowed an lncivasi of 84,990 aenoU, or are referred to In itihe Herald's com Kentuclvy's acreago 262,503 1911, To my Friends. 22.1 per cent. Starting wMi 22C.120 munication. Some unknown friend has nomina- acres. Mr. Woods belLaves that "fair aores in 1879, tobacco rose by 18S9 ted me as a candldato In the contest! Decreaso 30 par cent. and play" Is being foregone In the dere to 274.G87, to 3S4S,0o by 1899, 242,395,70tT-poundKenituoky's product, for The total & tho iplano that is oWered ,by Fair to destroy the effect of his criticisms again to 4C9.795 by 1900. ' Co., of Hadtiford. As I am engaged yield In 1909 ws 398,482,301 pounds; of Senator MqCro-iry'- s reortL, Kentucky's decrease 28 per oirtt. teaching aciiool niar Sniollhousie, in Mr. Woods will continue his sup- the average yield per acre 818 ipounds It willl bo impossible for me to unake Causes, lusa acreage and unfavorport of O'Rear, speaking at Ijbanon. the avi&rnge value per acne $84.85. an active canvas among miy friend3, able weatlier. his tanner heone, Saturday aud and I would be grateful If they would SMALLIIOUS at Paris next iweok. h,op mo win tihla Mules Crushed. Mesdames. W. C. Qierbuls, Cedar do all they can to Edge Colo., and C. O. Hunter, iHart-for- d, piano. Any assistance will bo greatly Hqpkinsvllle, Ky., Oct 11. A pair Cyclone Destroys Town. Ky., wore guests of relatives appreciated. of mules ibelonglng to Nlaufillin Bros., CORA L. TUOMASSON'. Danville, 111., October 14 IlUis iuar here ifram Friday until iMonduy of .tills city, who are building a (pike boro, Ind., a village of 880 people, .last, to LiaFayette, were crushed to Best He Ever Saw, Mrs. Mangaivitte and Ethel iHunte" In Fountain county,twelve miWs trom yesterday .wihen a ibln of atbni The following letucir was ireoeilved by collapsed Just as the mules Iwuredirtiv-o- n this city, was wiped from Uie map by have returned ifrom n weeks visit to a oyolone at 4 o'clock today, but not friends at and near iCMntral City, the Junior Editor from Prof, A. D. under dt. The colored idriwr hoard spent Kirk, na Oliio countiy ,boy, who holds tlie timbers cracldng arnd jumped to a shiiglj aorson .was killed and noly Mr. and .Mrs. Setk Hunter a tew injured. A special train iwas Friday at Owutertawn at tho Bedside of a splendid position In a high eahooi safety. Tho wagon wtas uialied luto made up and Ifet the elty nt 9 o'clock. 'their nieoe, MIsj Augusta Geiigor iwho in Louisiana: kindling .wood. ' Marksvllle, La., Oct. 12, 1911. E'ery te!eihone and tjlegmaph wlnj Is quite ill at her home. Into .the city Js dewwn, and tho only in-- ! Mr. Sam Barnard, of naer Madjfion-ifonmatl- Dear Friend: The Newspaper a True Business .The Industrial edition got misplacis by a courier Jwlio iwas J villo was a guest of his mothwr, (Mrs. Barometer. ed some wmy, and has just roaohud oamjoiiuQ ot orive 10 vaeewi"aburg in jiary uarmaru, recjniuy. handsl It certainly Is a "humHow qulokly you can tell a live an buto and UteraH pick h4s way Mrs. M. p. Maddox who lias been my Blrmply the town from a dead 0113 .by mer,' old ,boy. It is simply quite slolc, ihos abouft recovered. over naUen iriau. leading newsiaper. AocordinK to Warmatlcn in Dan- Mrs. Robert HunUtr who has Iheoa best thing I have etver saen In that looking ovier its eor,t, of a ipatper.-witvlHe toniglit, the cyclone utiruck vthe on tho sick list tor a few days A poor aktai-anllline. town roni Uie notHheaH land out a about .well again. Slie .will leave Bat- You're coming down Itho plWe in a few small advrtis.imKntajn.iul patii ,tmo miles wide. It went down unlay for u wetics vJsSt to her daugh-tli- e fine Btyle In every way. KkjeP It up. those lookdng as if luhey were run. at: main, street, cariylng ovenyitMng tor, Mrs. J. S. Tnunnell. I'll never see tlie day I am not n half price, ibetok'ems a dead town jut betana U, and k. Is w.kltnero Is mot Mrs. Clinton Igleih tort ontentalnod thorough, Kemtucklan and u ituW blood (as sure as a oorjKse indicates a ifunor-.a- l; wlille a eood, lively, well prdn- tanil ed Ohio CounUan, and I like evry a dnJe buUdir Ji the ijaae tntaot. Mr. and Mrs. Ople Kitttiniser ohlldren, &usdiamea Clarence 0arhuls 'good tlilvg pentaining to the County ed nowBpaawr, filled with good, fireatt is etluiAUi ift $100,000. The Reports from other aevtlQns of In- - of Cedarede; C. O. Hunter Mid Misses' and State. You ano doing Mae with jadver.Ua. meats and delayed locals. tUftefc, in ekwe iHeximlty ott little - ' Mary and Bthel Barjuand, dkvntflord, The RojubUcai, and am mighty glad aiiuw mai uie lown la iirutqteiuug IKI thriving. It never falls. Try it In bora and V6ederaibufs, lndtealt tfiat ICy., for dlntMr Suo4y. to efe yeu doing bo. I The Republican and you wiiU flail Very truly yours, oou&lanftble dwnae waa dome by She ' Mrs. OarfWd Barnard and daugh'ior Uut adven'jUlntj reult profditably. IVeoadtkuud B.jrnl l,ve returned from A. D. KIRK. eto(im, "His second issue of the campaign, is to rally to his support and array against me all of those elements which are angered at me becauge of my position in enforcing the laws against the desecration of the Sabbath, and my efforts last winter in aiding to secure the passage of the county unit bill, which the General Assembly did pass, and which is now a law of the Commonwealth. For the last two months he" and his friends have been active in organizing these forces against me, and I must admit that their work ha3 been successful. A campaign from this quarter has been well planned, and formed for the purpose of accomplishing my defeat in order that it might be a lesson and a warning to all officials in the future against their taking the stand which I did in favor of reasonable temperance legislation, and in insisting upon the enforcement of the laws of the State in reference to Sunday closing." Extracts from Governor Beckham's speech at Lexington, Ky., August 16, 190G, in his race against McCreary for the Democratic nomination for United States Senator. K Beckham on McCreary. Lnuto. .who lMlss Mag illuntu", Cerolvo, has been vlslti'ng relathvs here Is a guest of Mr. and Mra. L. B. Overhuls, TOBACCO GREATEST Crop for Long While and Good at Kruuos. Mr. B. E. Hunter was a guest of Ms cousin. BrsMn Fulkerson last Sunday at ihe Point and children, other of Central City, were guests .Mrs. T. L. Wlthnqw parents, Mr. and .Mrs. N. O. Fulkerson recently. Miss Flora Busktll, of iMoormanjwas Some Recent Figures That Will a visitor in our midst Sunday. iMrs. Sallle Drake will visit hr be of Interest to Condaughter, .Mrs. Will Nuckos at Soulth Oarnoll'.on Quality. this week. sumers. a Beckham ott McCreary. Weid-nioxda- y. Qa-o- s" - i-- i lst Du-ra- nd 2CS.-570.- nro-dnotl- on 0; A rttea-ininaitlo- ( s. , ' ca k , to ' DO YOU KNOW ffce-Seveflt- "I i ii, 3,WI,of (lie Fopulatioi of Kentucky Is Disfranchised and Nit Represented in State legislate? STUDY THE MAP AOT BEAD THE EXPLANATION BELOW A r -. CASTORIA for Infanta and Children. The Kind You Have '" Utnuvnm .-- w V ' " r'AowtX V S, WWIS '4M8flv ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. ANgclaWcRrpsT-lonBri--' '" '" Always Bought mi IIJiiui i slmilalfngilsIuodandRcdula (IngUicSlDDisafldBowkof Bears the Signature ncss and Istontalns Prowofes DlgcHonJQii-- -' nclttwr OpiimuMorpHnc norfSacraL1 NOTNAnCOTIC. jllxJrmm- - MuStti AdttttSdif a Axr d; Mb Mi yy ii i a in ssfa. The above map shows two Senatorial districts In Kentucky, one being tho smallest In point of population and Democratic, 'while the other shows the lanj- for Republican In politics. One State Senator the of rt tn point In population and for 163,000 population. 1010 census. In other Is allowed takes Democrats and 28,000 population, 'While one State Senator Is allowed tha Republicans to equal one Democrat, or about five words It Republicans tho mountains that 135,100 citizens at disfranchised In tho Seventeenth Senatorial district alone. Rut this Is only ono Illustration of the most outrageous gerrymandering Thirty-thir- d Senatorial district, which Is In tho mountains and Republican and composed of ten coun-JJcTake the KM ever practiced In any State In tho Union. Clay, Floyd, Johnson. Knott, Leslie, Letcher, Harlan, Martin, Perry and Pike, with a population of 115,076. Its area Is 3,982 square miles. Compare It d the map. toth the Twenty-thir-your Democratic thedistrict nhown on districts. Here the (jerrymanderlnu 'was even more unprincipled. Hancock county Is tha Twenty-nint- h Representative Then turn attention to On tho other population of only S.512 and an area of 195 square miles. It has one Representative In tho State Legislature. .representative district with a district In the mountains, composed of Bell, UnrUn, Leslie and Perry counties, has a population of 69,244 and an area of lutnd. the Republican Ninety-thir- d 3S7l square miles, with one Representative. of the population Taking all the Senatorial and Representative districts. It was shown by a decision by the Court of Appeals that 3iG,000, or Legislature In session wrong as this thit Judge O'Rear declared he would Kentucky was dlifranchlscd. such a ! necessary. IsRemembering theItblood to rightforefathers flagrant Lexington to Torktown, would the enfranchisement of keep thecitizens bo expensive atfor twoa years, 336,000 coat? such from M of our -n, mm Use' AnprferiRenwdv forConslbll' Hon , Sour Storoach.Dlarrheca P. Worms A.onvulsions.tcvCTis-ncss-rulLossorSLEE- For Over FcSuIc Signature cf w VTIrn9!Slll TSrantccd under the Foodj NEW YORK. Thirty Years IT AL, IS IT ANY WONDER, IN VIEW OF THESE TO BEAT THE TOM-TO- FACTS, THAT BECKHAM, HALY & CO. HAVE ISSUED ORDERS TO JAMES, McCREARY, McDERMOTT, OF NATIONAL ISSUES AND AVOID RELIGIOUSLY ANY DISCUSSION OF STATE ISSUES7 gjugHjOj Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA THC OIKTAUI1 0M T. KIW OH CrTT. J.3UYTLE PRAISES US Isitistrial Edition Recalls Old Days. Urcam of Things and Extend JSuad Building-Oh- io Co. has the Manhood and Energy. d warnan never shlrKed a duty It not how difficult 1t snod. Tih. W'Tetho ll'ieraryy l'ghlscf tieytoun ladles soatitka a,c4 ecarfal circles Influoi high ideals, and th-Jences now nian!o3t id In the spV did twetttioili jirogivSJ of own and county. And just lwe I note with pleasure tliat you are BtlU kyplng uy your literary culture In Litho maintenance of tlhe Loitle y brary. This Is gratifijTlne; to me, sine? I had the honor of drafting tha first set of rysalutl-on- s and submitting them to tha AdAphlans and R. E. Cs. Urn. Uo llteiiary saol-ba- 3 of Hartford Colljge woo with tha assistance of the Faculty,, gave mat-tpror ljig osp-iall- tills D sert," and which now ds balngmado entertainnnontB and established splendid adjunct to your Collogv Ii to "blosan aa tho ros" ruport would .be poa3od to have a Ard nicr, sjn'Kmion, while I have from your Llbrar'an, oowIhb the not mentlonied all your "Oldur Schpol" and I have it with you to fill In growth of your Library' rlnco ev-?l-li3 my cannoatlon with your Ins!Hu- - t ach ycur children the giv.Tiit latlu-tloAs many of you know, I hav3 orce cf Uwlr wvaljh of an nu'ony, and bejn .busily ottgagod In the hurry I point you to your own unidalopod, and strife of the "business world,"and natural rosouroiS. Yinur nilnyna'y.aton of clay3, oiad vast alluvial val'eya wltb I have drifted wiJh the march South- - your strums for tranaportatlon, and civilization into the gnaat western Country,, wbore nil is push an abundance ttf wakr for oiour pow-arr- d djvetopment. Where Nar,th, East, er. Dream bg thinig3. D'ai your reseT-thi- lr South and Xis.., ointer and combing lcrvv larnida and put in storage un".tad efifoxts in tihe djvelcpmint volrs. Conaer.ve your na'airal noaour-o- f a grat empire of itself, an empire cm. Title jour low lamd3 and your which only a lltt'e while ago hill lands as well, and thus overcome was known as the "GTyat American the extrjnvs of droutli and extreme n. LET US PRINT YOUR CAKDS NOTE HEADS 'POST CARDS - - ralni'alli I "Vou "have alwady accamp!lqlipdT,wo TVxu, Texas, Oct. 2, 1911. lailnaadi 'dwaori9pt-jwSWitatt Harttord Republican, -- na me ii-to uoayier uaim. isow Haitford, Iv", xterd i:ur nctid ibulldlnigj You have " OuatVmn: Through a our Mayor When the Machine for talk about the lanre surplus on hand th staj. You the clay l 'Joxutiu H. Williams, I am in nuceiipt of when the Republicans took charge, cite them to tho facts in the case r0Sii ,Ueid3- - You aw djv.?loipIng oiour Ifct. industrial Edition of. thj Hartford herein ccai mtoes, noiw crBjr indiuojnrian'ta for disclosed atU I Oiava it with Jmane pwsple by bnlng'tfig iu imone in At the close or Jieckham Administration there .was - Th3 very fjjirit oicd nian-c- r dustries, and malvlns ncj3lbla yiour vt its execution marry wio Ibaol; a balance in the Treasury of '.,.. 5I,1U,uoo. gneat natural wealth. 1 do D ttmio inost of thia loading You ravo tlw young manhdad anid But there were alsooutstanding unpaid warrants; JUwfixi'fis and professioral an in w..r.j errgy, and no doubt, you aTi4 already claims for materials furnished and for serizwuv, hoys and yung m-- n juyi enter sitting abcut to acosOTi).3h evn more vices performed and owing specific approics; hiooliwhn such jnon .as .the Hon. than thsi things, and nsay buccss priations amounting to $1,339,284.00 cpowai your hL Ti. aicHunry ; E. Dudt y WaMwr; offor.t, y Dr. Jihn E. Pondlotpn; JuIqu Gnas-s-- T. W. I.YTLE. Or, instead of leaving the Republicans a million Judsu Hubbard, Z. AVoohkj Gnlf-ja-n nail Brathura; Uncle Jmiims fTlitini. dollar surplus, as the Democratic speakers About Our Industrial. as; the llavinAck bTotJii rs; Judga allege recklessly, they really left a deficit The following ore eaine of M3 BrJrd; Loiuide lortoa; Rov. Gailw on January G, 1908, of $ 159,223.28 'Wat lia appeared in savwrart Siam; Mr. Pixjs Ross; ami anaiiiy otli- The present administration has paid S3.785.771.80 more tn thR of our vxchangos, in regard to the jtf thkj iJonXEij whoaj lnt.Jn'i9'lins i r .-. . 1 a t Industrial Edition, and Uiey ran oatciu baoii to tfiie v my mrjUjit scnoois ot the Mate than the last Beckham administration. If they had nparocIated thu .w"t at the gnaud only paid what Beckham did. there would be a surplus in the State Treas- of tlw tfV r' oicvnmoniwja:ith oflfontusky; wihun ury of more than $2,500,000.00. 5' I CREDIT TO THIS FiBLOA.TIO.T. t ld chain of forts nwre in exist-- 1 -- znvo from Virginia to Xow OrlnUnfl. j The induitrial EidiUon of STATE FINANCES UNDER TWO ADMINISTRATIONS, one i Hart.foid and another at j uuu iiuiKiui u iwjjuuijcuji is a CTeUU enterarlsij of that i to he LET THE TRUTH BE TOLD. now Calhoon on Gre-worthy rlvri -- W axon iconj)os d the early eatitlciry The Democrats say - KEEP THIS FACT IN MIND. Spell-Binders t r ln ENVELOPES BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS STATEMENT HEADS CIRCULARS BOOKLETS r.-a- 3svt- BLOTTERS PROGRAMS iwh-21- I SHIPPING TAGS LABELS STOCK FORMS CATALOGUES evf-ir- no-t'.- . ...- - -.- - P" ORDER BLANKS 3ORTGA"GE"BLANKS DEED BLANKS Sf n I that the Republican administration shielded progri3. -favored the corporation and business interests and used the State RotS Gazette. to increase the taxes of the farmers and country people the Ctate and figured prom.niSy in ,f BV,?,, CONTAINED PICTURE OP DOCTOR by rawing the county assessments. The fallowing tables, which contain politics, and gave Ito your DUFF. ""th'"-- that cannot be verified, show this to be absolutely false: -and county i&e pnesttea and 1 A neoent industrial edition cf tho fccrifcyjj jou now tn)ay. Hartford Republican contains U, hhnd RECEIPTS FROM WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS VflwxL 1 Hist ontorod Hartifcaid. tha $ 1-S Ir. Wayland Al.xaader nvas at 30, 028,012,17 H. c. I. for four years. He I a roth rjjanliiijo'i -- re Jms--1 of jour sclioola, er at llom Duff, of this plac E3liza- jr ixt. McIlMory Rlioafljj; Dr.Jtoibt.1 Excess receipts by Republicans over Democrats . 9 -- U4,7oG.8G bjthtown Nliws. -Hon. Ben D. Ulngo and oth- -' RECEIPTS FROM RESIDENT AND FOREIGN CORPORATIONS miaklng history in tea yrho ne SHOWS ENTERPRISES OF HART ianal Z???,11'0" o. 07; ; Stunts 21S3. Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable. Let Us Submit Estimate ou Your Next Work. All Work Guaranteed. S!,i:-!?srf?Tnlv 1 1 w 36331 , "S?srari to-d- u I,vfl.,nc. . by thB ... ,..-- v .nil" 1911 O' .j of iHar.tfos's layod thn Xouuda-- ii Excess receipts by Republicans over Democrats kwj which jou are bo lably build RECEIPTS FROM STATE BANKS AND NATIONAL Tlw scclaty of the tA-Jie xrxa eontrollnjd by Mat standard &it July 1, 1904 to June 30, 1907 (Democrats) . . , by Ue toachure and s'uont of the July 1, 1908 to June 30, 1911 (Republican) thus converting the ,whole -- uuniiy imo ono ream oauoauonai Excess receipts by Republicans over Democrats bQiCkod -"-, m.4e ij.' nen ay. raoaviuuu iu ;uuanifj wurwu --- id lwirty 1m11 IGtll f Tim "-"y. !', "-'- trt liinrk " lllfiw w UU1IC vu QA IQaT - lyeiiiwciaui; (Republicans) r 4 --A W0,ob.7o -- - --. - 898,324.81 S 291 448 06 citl-aisb- lp, BANKS. $ 435 549 82 S 549'Gfio'4n v r iotUy. jiaiiy or tlvpn I unw .tub vMMbora oc uo ctisso wmcJi i liud tk jiJeasuno of tooclilns, and I tam. tfMio uw mxTtit or your mccusa twa iK,ir ii.ai uu uikhu, iur u(uao Iw jtniret Mhe i UroWwr Cli&rllo, ITnntiv 'fVi lf ir Ttr A ,,.--Exceaa recelnts hv Rnnhl,Vnna f .. whoyj! IX. Ua!rU .n . -and many others 9 ic.ioi.oo ,,, uuw i Wl be noted that therd was an increase in the collection - under Governor Wlllsnn n Ui ve ton. out la various of nc, a Uwrlpr ajwl euccota. uub mu Mtft9 ill fiAlrtrnAi Wailham .. iw v t omuiar periuu unuer i Mi. nnno i 10 nn L l UIH WnOIOBOie uquor dealer hlbeti and untAostlu. of 48 per cent from corporations, of 26 ner cent from hanl mi , . ...r!.. t8 d the average IncrGase by of many lio aw auw In aim ?1cr ,cnt r0! fa 1Ir,?a wluI as a matter of and Uio wlvoa uf your kadlng u' uoaru Ui "luanzauonovcr asseeeea valuation approved by County --us, TS ta7ir and civil F. h. IWlx, iZS:i--i -; Dr. M KAILHOADS. FRANCHISE AND TANGBLB, BECEIPIS iuni Clb- - July 1, 1904 to June 30, 1907 (Democrats) SI 370 013 -PondUan and July 1. 1908 to June 30. 1911 (Renuliltpunsrt . i oo am -- .... $ 114,010.58 f 7fi 1 - k r m, -- .....,, . , ., .... ,. .. T """"" rf 32-- 3 L r tnf hv "'""''"r i. ".,! ." per cent. In other.words while the Republican ad- intiotwiuK Die collections irom wnoiesale liquor dealers iuimuum 73 per cent, corporations 48 jfercent, banks 26 per cent, and Irallroada 8 per ceni, u increaseu aasesanients on farmers and other genera) hbs iiwii 4 per cent. tax'-pay-er Boards waa only FORD. Tli Hartford Republican iasuod n -- or "l No. ZS. lmdaaio 30 irai3 industrial oiUtion laat Wiolc wlltel1 wa a btJauty and -- iimva oi xn var- ioua onbiprlsag of Hantfond and uaty w ell aa tho aplondld akl ullllont the Republican of f loo baltchtlid Gawtte. CREDIT TO THE EDITORS. The Mirror is In ryetfpt of a ford (Ky.) RjuibHoftji cotttaliiod waa mainly in change ct air. Jama or Aradioe odAtlonof tho Hont-o- rd iwM ithlriy boalda Uw n.- - L Ro. wlw did all Una solloHikig illicit Aa n Ai,fA ..I lLIilUlHAan t ull ufar eight mvgJu and was a JInopfo- and waning ..... aad suparvls! -- "T. - if ..,v., tba seaiUoa,af itlw Industrlea at OlUo spooWlfiau.-aiartfo- nd . JteraW. aouw- - Ttol WVUcaUc U an ttlus- - couivty, In iwlrtoli U to puolkltyd. Tbo rmtari .HARTFORD IS i! hitHni ,.ai mot riMU'kibl thing about K is tlon, IvkiK an excUit tlKrkUon that tAwj wrk va all donu In tlia .Th9 jmlui)al wHtion ot J WW lUHKK6 nOU80. mlBUHU R.nwWioan ojtfao, a big uadomUng tba Hartfoid UwubUaau Aoo1a and oliui'cl'. tork ohkI a tor a ooiiB&y print toJtioelciport, OB Sahara! wjte7u,j) of tbe county and Il., JouwjaL Saturday wag a iwnmier, aad etty otttei&ty lnI iias nin, tohira groat cuodk on tti0 C LOCXAL WHAT CONTEMPORARY mlitteCom, Tha coi)oWoh, the tlvat ucU publleatioB. It ww MiVl no:hMi!caJ Bk-u- p awl Uw AVS. with exoalUat arolwyioad tk ivhea W t ad wrtW-upb Our Mttebtferr tba Ilarttard R- rf Uw oMMHy Mm. &f oouat,y wUl rwniu 9nral )wiK..m. HU. pubUeaa, Vwuod a hftadioroa lUuft. a at! advwUiWMJkt to btk'owtt Afjvoe. fcfci Vtttkm4 eIUon waotc, Uw admoo to tofsom. HMrtfM,! u XIM IMXVB IX OWN OWICK. quM wWek i a oreddt to to fon'iunAU, to havteg go good a pmKr mh Itart- - hoi) aud Uw county, imm ot 1 ito vwk a Uia RajwWkaa.-H- QH THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN uj HARTFORD, KY. UUr-tyel- lit ..., . a jit tg u. qmi HJus-Uwtio- as UiMoe kt x Jtboit' Ckftou. Irom $ J-- FARM TOPICS. 4 M t . frtM"STh O-- - toML tat mm iwte of iffrm tctM of hy Pwr mik. Ttn Mne ymc the Bla'ion bd (wo fWis of ttoMMhy and clo. vV; (rem tfa MM ol nlnj mvb to:-ty-t- eonttn partem ot oii. Th prarlowyoai mmn-3 u .oramtn mwK5 triee for befctnw, mow. Plawt 4.4 fkut wk! ouU toM Onia counA iMliwuaotai Uvfita wrtfl trfiQ .tnc3 'take ibho around try lusMtutu itluht K) always fouml H ad elxtdj cut 4ne luwr branches proflOabla to e iliho followling "Whem use for lKMt timber. Tthayaro, in a dry place, whoiv h's lioga bra-idie- pg an be wmhI-- i a tained atl (iw.iBfty acw. trom df julmW tn a A .MIXTURE FOIt J10Q3 r IumJ of h.y obtain!; tnmx ftiKihcr flokl of wwti'Jy the obsMne '.UTe wight toads wro ;.ne , HON. ED. P. Will kp 'nxlx-lr- -- should ibo planted la saleettfl tonus mlghji help. as a ahado Croe, and Clhe fallow will charccal and asft coal .Tihe ivkister. A pieoa ot flanon6ugh. Th. tr.ew Is fine l it Jn"fllht in xpnaatfoii, loaf and Jlniib, almost nel damiQcd with CJimborlatnks and ibcund on over tlie affetod lUea a form. parts is BUiwrlor to a plaster ftnd A little .whitewash on the tiainlos of the shwiia itne b will mrako tlw tnetfe coats only one tenth, as muah,, For m 3o:k atiracMve anid 'giro .the nlioe an rale by all dnuggtata. appearance of refinpient. The limy In WHITESVILLE. the .whliowafih will b tepulsdue to Comirtony wife and Oct. 3. oJe liark iljtk ami borers for a nvhHe. a On rould aliwaas h3V,' tliemselwn: tneu that wagon load of OJal anh- s,100 poundi hsa ilwscomij dtellked because It has coppeiias, 1 'harevl of Hmo. A WJ& boon imprcpMrly usid in hodgs. It of site, CO i)ouada fulplrur, 20 pounds , itihimVithan d&r. .The 'horny Jocutt la a - b. Lln-imen- it t WHEAT. Umftftd S:al5 spends $1,000,- (000 a day on Its roads, and most of tlho monrAy is IMoivdly sunk In th3 snud." aijs Logan Waltoor Page, 0- 1iTOa!orofheOtflloe of Public Itoads at "Washington. The .farmer Is "the man miho meads goad iroads, Mr. Rage, and the man for whoso .beNefit, '.the government is slulvlng to peitfqct wjmplo but eifeaiivo methods tf ktep-- i Jog county roods In ca'wlitton. Tho oust of hauling a load- - of "Wheat from the farm to tho shipping1 polnit Is often more than thia cost of tmansponifeig that wheat tnoni tho shipping point to Liverpool. Jilt. Pago declares efficiency of tflije tarm oam can ba increased any.wJhortoifToni 20 to 60 per oonit. If the road repair and road .building work in thja country is pronwjy donje- - COST OP HAULING Tie transportation method, opens up now Wednesday. country for local trade, widens the fc farmer's "horizon, brings Terrible Pictureurf buffering. sneral prosperity to the local conlmualUtrj, and Clinton, Ky. Mrs. J.I. C. McElroy, automatically raJas the price ol .land, in a letter from Clinton, writes : bo adds.. IFor six years, I wast a. sufferer from y, CHANGING .FARM SYSTEMS. I female troubles. I .could not eat, and In neplasnting a farm it is essential could not stand on .my feet, without .that .a Caw fundamental .points in, fanming bo kept constantly iaunind suffering great pain. I.had.loet hope. (1) The plan, should (Provide a noas After using Cardul .a week, I began , to lmprove- J feel befier than Jaibor and f onablo reword :for the ia six years." vuty years .of succapital inA"ostcd. C2) The .fertility of cess In actual .practice, is positive the farm should ibe .malniainrfid or proof, furnished by those "who have be increased. (3) .Tlue plan miuat capabilities of theown- - tried it, that Cardul can always be eultod to ihe relied on for relieving female weak or Ifor cano ing it out. ness and disease. 31ry Cardul, are Changes in the farm system 4 of Inow! btasausw of lack often knowledge at haw to rwpdaai Uiid Harm Mary's Skirt. or ibecauie of lack of f uirds hi .carry.Miry hod a little skirt,, ing out iiksv iplans, or btcauaa jww aw WJnioh was so itigiiit it really hart. ifonoes, buildings or equl'pmenit along tlu Drojwiled xtnewd She mlno-.called tor in then;,jw jilan, amd st'ipis, a qulreH a With frequently a cimnsw KjadjUatment of inaaiy of the .usual Her niavenvmits mvnaJsa Vtr.y slow It almost seined slvi di'dnlt 'go. ways of ti!aildig and doing. In replanninig the farm, llp auay Her costume was escyjdlin&liM iwami, a, matter of puno forju. bo obtained fr&m visits to eucicvsaful 'Twas but Sh3 couldn't cai'ioli a, trolllHy car, agntoal-turfarms, from lanm papers, the state txipertaKjat sta- CouUl Jtary, plump aial ohulbby. tions, the &nteult'urud calltses, tha She couldnTt cai'ch tut ummiibius, But still shk oiushiht a "Unltad Stales Jaian:iuiJ0Mt of ture and from agricultural elonts. Never out of Work. ProDiJiWe farming rusullisfromigoodj The busiest little things aver mado anm plana ocnutPeh ending every ano Dc. IClng Now Llde Pills. Emsy Y i)IlluB0J9ugar coated globule of health of thtj fanm arjTully jaUxl anil uffeotually carried out. A tliat chaaig--. wyakneas Into strength, e good fawn plan provides for a lAto lansuor into enengy, brain-fa- g reward for ibe capital anal lnibar memtal nawior; cuning Contjtdpa'titon, invested and tlw malnitaiaroe or Headache, Chills, Dyuiiepsia, Malania. of sail fertility and it must Only 26c at all druggitss. m and le wlthun thy comprwhnsjon Laano bacJc is one of tlie most comability cf Uie qwiner to carjry out. Sue o mon, ifaiims of muscular rheumatism. ouaeful rictplanning rowls on a kaawltfee (if agrJcultune gain- A fijfvv applications of Chaonberlaln's by experiwie and by tannlUarity Linkusnt wiU gio tvllef. For sale ed by by all drusslsts. m with what lis Iwlng accompllehod other along agricultural lines, eltiher as abger.ml by personal tslte or as Cheap Clubbing Rates. recorded to 4ihie Mteiutuno of agricul-lurWe have made an arrangement wltl -to-da- y last Tlhuradayj Botiw,een 4300,000,000 would, "bo awed Lorotta Hajis, Ownaboro, ia the annually in the Unltwd States if every guest of Miss canrle and .'Lucy state would improve its main highways to the highest point of effiBoyd Greer, itbe eight yrturild son ciency, is one of the striking .state- of W. T. Gixwr infllct-a Aw gain ments made by Mr. Page., ful wound on his left foot by jump- Tho taprovement of tine road inc on a pltce of .glass as he wa3 the efficiency of thia tfanoef's returning home from sclicol on last d daughter, Ji'see 'vvrn up from PM1- Knt Sunday, la his new Ames "40" automablle. Mrs. Annlo Bnoolcs, of Nfwmon, yicaturday for a 'fuw days visit to .relatives. Will Stinnett is In from Tamnjasue for a .while. Jdloodid Evans and wife, Qwensborb, are visiting his alsityns, Mrs. Sam Nita.1 and ijiiss Dora Evans. Lonnle iMoOarty iwerat ito JIantford Sunday, returnirtg yesteirdlay Ray Jlristow lelt tout Thtrralay Ar Clarion, Ky., wh'arehheihasaeoepie a position .under G. L. Oblnldhain who CJ103 had the canj of CJhla oxialimisfjj Dr. D. HayjW3 will soon imovo to Qwensfooro where 1 iiaa ipurohaaed property. i W. E. Davis .funeral dinoctcir, Ow- enaboro, iwas In town 'oa buaiaasa , ar-nlv- ed Address the Voters of Ohio County at A-- , wamt, Saturday, 7 P. M. n umn 11.28 CROMWELL 7 P. M. Friday, on. OCT 1 P. M. Saturday 28 &uiiMm$f& se two-inc- h vUaton-Bwoei- MBWiMBMMMMftliJiaElMMHiMMMMB -- al ln Every voter who can possibly do so, is urged to hear this silver tongueS orator discuss the issues which are of vital importance to every man, woman. and child within the State. Judge Morrow is a son of Judge Z. T. Morrow, a nephew of Senator Bradley and .as great an orator as either of his distinguished kinsmen. All who attend will surely be well repaid for their trouble. neoson-Abl- so compro-henslv- et J. NBY POSTER, Sec. At Macauley's Theatre. Many thought the dramatization of A sensation followed the aunounce-nie- tho beautiful ojera would be a thank-kone, but JIr. Wllatooh is a darthat Paul Wilrtiuch, nutljer of "The Life of RIcbaid Munitfk'ld,"and ing chap and Mr. Galt"s Is what is associated with the famous aetor for known as "game," so tlw (production eight jvers during Ills tours of Anier-la- went onward and the outoumo is xoll on luiown for after tho first .lwiiformance liad written a drama baaed dramatic "TUlas" which will be sxwn for the "Tldai' was a distinct nt W. S. TINSLEY, Ch'm'H yi Firane', liulluUu 370. United Stes Depantnwat cJ Aigrtoultiuiie, wlich dn be tod upon apllcatton to the Untt-- d States .rutary of agriculture, Washington, B. C, niloiia fully explain baw to TOj!an ithe oVl frau undQiwkw it more proCtefcl-e- . LD1E AND JlIANURE. IAme oan not itako blie plaoo of f&r- VHxw, nor cam feiiiltizur take the plaee of IIjiw. Lime with manure will inter awe the yWd aud tinf use of lfene "wiMhout niaaure uay dcivnysd the publishers of tho Inland Farmer, of Louisville, whereby we are enabled to furnish The Hartford Republican and that paper one year for $1.60. The Inland Farmer Is a weekly Journal and one of the best fanm papers published In the United States. Our readers should take advantage of this offer. tf a. u to wlilch, wwn town Any clover whI dniothy produces k. UKjIr MMy redtop mvl wowvl.wiU etioad be b.Mtqd by use of Hmo. Awly nywhjio from 1,000 to 4,000 peuHda or Xxm 15 to 60 bwIieW. The chief tKt Ikvly dlvlMl Uhw Mm l luto tive eoil. .RKSUlr OF FKRTIL1ZINQ. Aa at rosult of fortlllzars, thPeu. myUmA. 0prtoH.t artAtkw. uaWI twwtkty-ftH- ir tow of It kd Mrs. Cook Tells Truth. the undertook a dramatisation of Dextw, Ky. In a eisaed statement name part. Tlilu." Mrs. Cook tells the truth about how Mr, Wllstach has closely follqwel Btoity far tho stago. In 1893 MibS 0! Cardul .brought back her health and strBth. She says, "I could not (rt any relief, iwndl i triad Cafldui, ttw Woman's tont. I suf&tavd more or Um tor 10 years, and was so weak and nervow I cotfkl hardly do my bowse work, Now I u in bettor health tkn ve before, am regular ascloek iwc, do nrt sufJer at ail, (ui ala strength every utey." Tkous- a4 of wowqm haw beeH kriA took toe heattk kr Owkl. Try H, 4-- 3 tlie tho soonve as they appear In novel Anatole France, one oC tlw giA eat of living literary workers, Is the became aurtlvor of the norid. which the basis for tlw opoja by Jules E. p. Massuwit, which achieved such iwpu-larlt- y iu this oouutry when sung by MiB Mary Gaixlon, Tih boolt is a magnlflcout plena ot many Utieratiure. and tlw opera has thtns to nslievo it rif liar&lncritlolfam and xmok that Is truly beautiful. Knst tinio In Ijoulbvllii at thelaccuu triumph. liave b?on dramatlaod. l(w ey Tlittre, w.1j of October lCth.un-de- r 1815, of Jos. M. Galtes, Montmna iwrobo "Oarinen"' In t tho with Mlsa Constance Collier in tlie but It was flttu' years buSore any one oiia's nuur-isuUK'n- th& .most pojmlar wonks in thq entire repertory of Fnonch operas. It may hn,vo .been a reeolleotion of tliis tipiiodo ,hat htiiKd WU- Mr. atttcU, to aQtion with "Thias." A a' usual thing however, It l not counted a good business risk ot dra matize themes that alio tonilllar .with a musical accompaniment. But Mr. Gaitos made arrangements wltai Jlas- sanet for tho use of his eooro for entr'aote inuslce, so this ltrttur Js an Imiwrtunt feature of tho dtnmatic ly "Tlilas" is a s'ory showing the Natliorsa'e oommlssloivjd Ilwnry Ham of Uie ancient Tlieban desart. ilton, a British wrltor, to make such a a version for her use, and as all the The pfcxo taka Its name f"om world knows it proved as one bjautiful encatoro, as slnrul iii she is over beautiul. Thvlw comes to Iut a hermit of the most successful p'ays .Miss who s(k3 to convert lier from her wrltUm by a modern author. Netlwnsole, alone, has vlajiud It nvr wiokud life. He pnoaolujs kuhI imj-f- l 1600 times, and was tho flnat actroai and endures tlw temptjatloiu that ba'to apiinr In the purt in Palis, al ted Parsifal. Finally ha yields, but though, it was C2 jvars afbir tlio novel when ho has came thoraugihly unidur has Mas written, and It lias bek onu of tlte fnfluoncu of "TtoJois," mul lost bis soul, site suddenly mwalwns t to tho iyjw life, liaa hyard his tctveh- - iokI lng3 and pleadings and goon to tlie "Whlto Slstors" on the African ibom, of tlw Medlterane.iin. Wr. Galtes In addition to Mfsa rrrf-Hor, has tmgnged Tyrone IYJtuwr to In the pant of Uih horault. Anl Jullau L'Estransy to play tilt imscaf NicLas tho favorite lover. "Thlas" Is produced with n lly beautiful eoonic liufcttatf anu will bo the treat of the tlrtctreJ Boaion, iiatancws will bo glvou a Wednesday and atuivtay, .Mail orders will ixxwlMe prompt toutlon, if thy contain centitca oheolts, iKWtal or expiioss ouvb)i, able to Theatre. If iparttoa fa?J. t'cJwts mailtfd, utraaT- opo must aecomipany mnlr, UUuwiijijo!! iug luwsibiuty of ermr. Siiaiai at- tonUon will be 8hvn to all out sur tawn ordiM. Spiolal roml trio rau5 wfcll 1 jjIvl-- on Ut ruu noac', For Intormu ion uiswib tarai and sohoduis at tr.iitw xuhz irAt-dtirfu- . ex tloke.1 agent m t. ,V 2TO a , n i . depend oa tM, whwi W want to IMiMtc, "0rrnmnt of thw psfAe, . Hl for Bhpeopk1, y a mean thin nfeeK. ym "ww tiro by ttre neopls is going to have okb(m to go to to be rewtHMl by CMa Aw crusado The HmM was kind hhibi tW you and mv H. that ,w KrwM not 6roi (Jt Impotent atom! newrtftoft to tw t tb retem ditHwde into Jbrtterd. Kj., aarattt BMr ol tfc eeoad wwA to inform The RtgmWte&n of talk ab yow took,' which it has MJkfiaml .marts a .living the wfrencabcute of "Fair Ptey" who (tHl m idosl, but atetwiHly n Wm1 It was "a n'HiooHrtlc lsWatiire In did some ot their voUtfeal wrtrttog a the iroer.B of fmirtmro reactiNEY FOSTER oounty ught to deprly OWo C. M. BARNETT, J. to alt which o. Well, fev weeks ( on. EDITORS eA Frankright but KjntnrtKC, Hartford Herald, of her voice n lvgNaT-lo'bt& Is So boKewfcucky's njVsjtlon DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER RAMEY E. trat you tad to ask a member of fort by tacking us on (to BuUer and .o t'jla PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. ai) A mvemcAt? Slll ifch Thus creating a dlstarlct Tile RiiputAIcan force where Mr. Ross Edmonson. with 60,000 papu2alo, more torn aH'utanimwptiith we Jovo Join bands Joeatcd. was naw to hundred miles long, Ivrhile MeD.iMi and wvh. j,.ir sWfj .stfB and gave to AMrcea aH commualcattona When McCn.ariy .was Governor of Mcadn Counties were oacli Kft with Ukiu her h:ip ki die ngcnortlon of Hartford Republican. Kentucky, from i875 to'79, he teemA a Rupresenlatffvo. This infamoiwgwr-pyni&ntk- ir the Nation's politics, or BUaj ft conpardons to 336 persons for giving or among the re- tinue to hi wo S't asi'jde by XSXiSFKOXTaCS. you, yourself, had selecto Do furnishing liquor to minora. we shake ourselves OiajaaTaxlaiA... Legistelunj will fj'eactionf.'ry? Tho coming a. - Ilirr...-.........-.-..Stemperance people want him for anot' again reiUstrict th Sbaio. Will you frea from tho bondage of bllrad the dainty PRINTZESS styles aoiartobreaking thu sJiackk-- nhat er tour years? From this It looks vote .wl'uh (Jils party which sought to that avo are showing in our gar- FRIDAY, OCTOBER CO. like Gov. Beckham was right when ho disfranchise you? Not only .wyie have ben forged upon our "WJilats by ment, you should be enthusastic charged five years ago that "every dlafranciila.'id but evesty Uio politicians and their privil.sro-s.ekin- g saloon in Kentucky was a McCnary Damoorat In Ohio county (was doprlvti allies?, Or tlhall w cling to about them as we wo are. REPUBLICAN TICKET ILadquanbars." tho of a voice in thb House of Represen-tatlvies our chains, taking no par: In ... It laMtJRm &l by thulr act, and but tor the great wcrk that is bolr dont.', having Over in Logan county whvro the Vpt Governor, no honorable share in the ibeMennnt Rheas control the tfcotdon board, the foot that soma Republicans brought A glimpse of the soft, beautiful Ulnj .prospering EDWARD C. OREAR, Republlacns were ikinM any voice In suit .to sit it aside thy would still of our institutions nnd , wools from which they are tail- iwoplo's caused of Mt. Sterling. of tho of a voice in that body tho se'iecUons of election o.ffla.ir. In be It is a choice between tlie5 course ored in all of the charming col- For Ltoutonnnt Governor, one precinct a. Republican was selydlied his that Is being madi today throug.hOut iBoforo Judge O'ReJir opon'.d Republican over a (protest of the ti L. BUISTOW, Eltea'wMi-tcjwor tones of Fall such as walnut camr.nlgn for Governor ait the State, as the voters align thbm-siilvof Goorgotqwn. member of the Board, who is openly K'itijr to he addressed a bjhlnd this or tliat Itadyr. TSi brown,possum gray, empire green, opposed to O'Rear and wlio atf a buy-e- r i For Attorney General. Domocratic and Repubiican me"spaper vote that will be cait in Nov. imber of the American Tobacco Co. The guelph blue and tussah tan, would X TiHOS. B. McGREGOR, Kentucky requesting Urat th:y m ons mcire than a. vtaVMiy for Republicans have been compelled to in of Denton. with him In making the contest RepubUoans or Democrats; convince even you that there was A the liaty resort to the courts to Qlrtaln thyir one noted for Ita fruedojm from pro- uliauent in it is t'f least impontar.ee. Bor Auditor, a Fashion display and you can. rights In that Rhea ridden country. found abuse, devoted o a cUan LEONARD W. BEXHBRiUM, The his Issue is, whether Kentucky We'll be glad to welcome and In will go fanwairtf or iietreat. of the issues Involved. There is one Domoorat in Hartford of 4it. Vernon. who was man enough to came ito us response to this poWte sustgeriyon tc Let us look show you all of the really new ., at the attitude of tlie For Treasurer, early last Friday morning and ttfll us the opposition, no man who over iron men wlho are iblddins for Idad'rahia). and clever conceits of Fashion- HERMAN F. MONROE, tihat we had a good paper that weak, far office .in the Sta'.e has met such B. McCrury, Janus the aminblo of Louisville. iiuiii imiii tii X dom. and he adekd, of coura?, that it was a torrent of personal abuse. Even his mtfnlsoence r of a passing' generation all right from our standpoint. Ho Is religion has been assailed. iHe has For Secretary of State, is eager .to b3 your champion. A. J. OLIVER. a Mian that gives oVv?ry peison a mlsjb been repe3ited.ty oa'lled "St. Edward" What does ho offer you? Out of his Bcottsvillo. Below we have described a opinions, anid does not by ibo'jh DenKJcreitlc apeatojrs of to their own and fall out with bis neighbor because the. press- - He has ten accus.id f drink- rol!cs of the past he Ibrlngs forth this number of beautiful models. Read far Commissioner of Agriculture, do not 'botlh ngnee In politics or re-- ing liquor, when ho is a teetotaler. and that, well worn, with constant use D. W. OLARK, too dften the descriptions or, better still, redolent of forgotten ligi'on. "We wall .tell anyone his namio It has evan. ,beon intimaitjejd that ho of BarbounrUlo. prejudices and strifes. He has a might haive been dnstiumental in (bringthat cares to know. visit our Garment Department 4. ' Stor Buperintondent of Publlo ing about the death of Goub.il. All platform that furnishes at least an exand try the actual garments. Mr. Rh:a said in Ms speech here discussion Instruction, by cuse for progesstve utterance, poor of the issues raised last .week that he was entitled to O'Rear T. W. VINSON, hoiie ihecai (ijhruist aside in an as it may toe, (but ha ntll no,t use it. criticize Judge O'Roair as ho hims?lf of Princeton. effort to destroy the only man iwho Ho asks you ,to choose him, not 1 wUs a Metihodtot, We ane relUabally he promise that tomorrow he Tot Clerk Count of Appeals, not dares denounce the pnemles of the will informed that John RJua has Jtad you Into bigger and .broader common people. 11 they can blacken C. S. WILSON, A suit for service, made in the lat- been inside the Methodist chunoh ' at his name and reputation with foul and better '.things, but to. cartas iMn, or of Willlaanamire. RusseUvillo In 10 Vicars and that he est styles and strictly tailored. lies and fool the p:ple it is all tho twenty, or thirty, or oven forty years PVjt Senator, does not ibelong to any Church. He place; same to ihem. Will the votjr is mode of unfiinished Cheviot and He in ago such and so took is a nice chap to criticise the reMgion tha common C HOLMAN, iwaks of life heflp ithym make no appeal to your reason; he Decuples the high lined with Messaline Silk, comes in of a Methodist who of Morgantawn. urges upon, you no incentive to go crucify his friend? Judgt position in .his church .which tar Reipneaontativo Ohio County, black and blue. ibut he would Blir slumbering O'Rear has attained. J. A. LEACH, passions and awaken 'bitterness that McCREARY STOOPS LOW. of Reaver Dam. Senator MeCreary, the Domooratic balongs to the days of Kentucky's The Booster, a threa column journal Boavtir Dam last week by candidite for Governor, hlas gotten strife and, shame. His call to jtou is issued at Wmsie'f into a most deploraible situa- male, not in the name of citizenship, 0. T. N. Davis, says: "CRear Js an ananchlat"' A. A Suit for most important func- of you sayithat tion and one which should compel but of panty; not for the sake "Did we hear Stanley. (two beasts him to withdraw from the mace for progress, tout that prejudice may be to (devour tions, made in the latest accepted .Had you noticed it? The Hartford One day last week h revived and perpetuated. He does not Governor. mxch Qther pnisentol ia vistyle and strictly tailored. is Ueroid has another "grouch." ohargitd that Judge O'Rtar had at- seek to open your eyes to the wrongs cious apeotaole? Well, how or today and point you to the vay of made of Hard Finished Serge, comes tended a meeting of citizens at tho about ithe snarling that is goA. O. Stanley is a Cine man to deGait House In January, 1&00, almost nvmedy. Intoad, he owuld b'ind them ing on betwten Dhe Hartford nounce Judge O'Rear as an "anarchist in black, blue and tan. The Jacket of yesterday and twelve years ago, and had made a by the blood-ro!Herald and The Republican." quioken the cura.d eijjirit of rvtms is 28 inches long, lined with Messa-- J Read what Governor D.ickham said New mind, Brother, by the titaj speech in which he Kavoned' the vsa .About condldai'e .MoCruary ive tiears you ane In tho newspaper (business a ot force and violence in the conWest for a crime that the whole State has line Silk, and has a Velvet Collar. long1 since repented in sack-olot- h jugo. lie is no better now. and few years and et a cussing every day which had been Jnaugurpited ,by iAVH- The Skirt is one of the new High ashj3. He makfcs no answer to the llaim Goebid to turn Governor fTtay- The American Tobacco Oo. is f ight-la- g you will get usjd ito all thoJt. ringing challenge of hits exponent on Waist Panel Front De- lor out of office. Mr. Modreary gaid OOfl Kt O'Rear. Will tho tobacco growers Five yaairs ago Governor BecWham that he would furnish jwoof if sign. Price iDultUU his the ground of reason; but he attacks .aid in his destruction? said of Mr. MeCrearj : "HIS SEOONl) accusation was denied, unid dard his character and rxtfiutatton, using TO Judge O'Rear to deny it. Alt the Clrai the blunted wxttpuns of the vialous, "When you are cniticiisins a person ISSUE OF THE CA3IPA1GN IS e politics toy which Kentucky yhy not use a .little judgment and ask RALLY TO HIS SUPPORT AND AR- Plpor.tunIty, which .wols at Sco'JtBvSlle, yourself wlhat jou .would do under RAY AGAINST ME ALL OF THOSE Allen County, on the Monday fol- has 'been made a among civilELEMENTS WHICH ARE ANGBREI lowing .McCrcary's accusation, .which ized coraniunlties. the circumstances. AT ME BECAUSE OF MY POSITION was made on Saturday, Judge CRear James B. McCreary's fate is toward In liis speech at Uie court house INCORPORATED it as a LIE, P.UiRE and the past. He Us living in the era in Thursday night A. O. Stanley said IN ENFORCING THE LAWS ACAINS THE SIMPLE. That has ibden tulmosttftvo which he was raand and nurtun-fl- . that Judge O'Rear was an anarchist. THE DESECRATION OF LAST lS MY EFFORTS WIN weks ago and Senuton iMcOtvoj.-- y has He must not be judged T5ie people will show Owsley how too liarshly. ' TER IN AIDING TO SECURE THE not yet furnlshud itiho proof hut is no Rather let jmuch of his s'MtS tliy bolii.e on the blame bo onl that PASSAGE OF THE COUNTTY UNIT asking Judge O'Rear .to furnish proof clique Tuesday Nov. 7. of politicians which folded him BILL." TihCs is the same OlcCroiy of his own innocence. TMs is the upon the great StaTe and a grat pant tanky and Rhea are a nloapalr who is now runntnc for Govtrnor on most ridiculous as well as the most It is too jnuoh to ask that a man to sand over tho State to denounce tho Democratic tiickip.t. damnable attitude in iwhdch any whose cancer is almost at Its end, OTtear for Insincerity on Wie liquor attitude in whiich any pub whose course well-nlc- h is run. O'Rear must ibe a laaige thorn In the question. No body can cluanga them . lic man over found h'toiscif plao.d. Qbmiilrl. j11..vt.w .t.i...a JJTUOll Ule u, ,AiMa - tho uiuuiscu ToIwwtover, with being on the fence side of the Demiocnacy andMcCreary's idea is tliat Judge O'Rear habits of thought that have beun injump bacco Trust. Tibey nil on should prove where liquor is cancern'd. his innocence of the grained through seventy years of life, O'Rear. Notice tho jwiciss ivporlts of charge which lie (MtaCrcory) has and fioo with clear vision the wjw All four of the Democratic epeakurs the 'Democratic oratans and it is one made on mcnasit .rumor. HaA-incallthe new issues, the InsistJIartfond last wx.k abused the Re- continuous at cniBixjlses story. "He ed upon Judge Alex Humphrey to ent demands of a tomorrow in jwWch publican iarty for everytlilmg Imagin- - 0'Rvr." "He denounced O'Rear confinm his accusation and Judg Nature forbids that he should ip'ay in able, but the arausins part aibout tiho for his insincerity." He is the "daddy" of them all. He is not 'Uie sklnmed Humphrey having dtclimud to j active part. rhole ibusiness aws that they nvtir O'Rear," etc. in tha meantime. Judge drawn into controversy, Mr. . alarm clock, hut sleep-met- er .offered a single thing letter. tells you in O'Roar is making Uiie most rtimarka-bl- a But truly amazing Is the nttttiud'j in effect has called uponjucge canvass ever known In Kentucky of younger men who eupaort gentle persuasive way when to arise. BIG him. "Wo are in receipt af a copy of the 0'Rir t.o hunt up somia iroof ngaln&ii His oliief lieutenant, Cojw ojher states. Tel'iins himself. Tlie man E. J. MCDmrmott, at and In a who would stoop eo Frankfort New Era, jubllt(hed BEN in the house; no more missed ens man .who, should Kentucky the tt'Iain truth to the people .without low as to make an reFrankfojit iby K. D. C. Watson. It accusation against abuse or vltuperaion agalnsfti anyon. his ouponent, spond to this stirring of its passion or to work late. He is always on the recently enbarked in 'tho Journalis- Willi without any proof what tho peopJo turn agalntt such a ever Jis prejudice, may, in the order in his possession, and fall to fur- and things, tic field and Is well edited and should man? job. Fully guaranteed. See our show window buconie ita leader, offbra nish any, is unworthy tit tihe uupipou-- t of meet with success In tho Capitol City. no better promis?. Jfe tells us tho and call and let us show you how he works. I In his epfoch herte last .week Con of any man. now Ideaila are dr,eams yiat cannot In the opinions of tliei Hartford Her-.ftl- 6 gressman Ben Johnson crlb'jcised the Eyes Front, a lersun who does not have tho Republican State Beard of Equaliza Forward March be realized; he discounts his own platform; he shuffles and dods.-- on Jiajne convictions as the Herald ithey tion Kentucky. for having raised tho nua.6ELjd great Iseucia; he gives wat to rlnjtnrlc nbsolutfjy no good and' "despls- are (Louisville Herald.) valuation of property In Kentucky. Of oAde." It nparently ntvr realizes course, lie did not W-- thm Onto Tha sound of the inarching of many in partiaan pkn. that never rises aibov Coun his ty voters that ovciyono has a rlglht to land. the ie,vl of tha Mttlo poUtlolan, mofro that a few years n Demo feet echoes Uwoughont the wa opinions and beliefs. Pround banners of prpgn.ss toss their concerned for the label, on a ticket cratic State .Board of Equalization: crimson and gold in the breeze. In tnan the life of the people. TKjpont as (given b Thq Republl- - made the highest raise iqver anode upThe tho name of a greater liberty, a lar And then, .with a party bllndain. --caei of the Dumooratlo speaking has on Ohio County .prapertiy. (He also ger democracy and a better (humanity, that astounds, he dares to hjll tho Judge contimpt-dble- " failed to tall his beartirs thajt oaen called "acurrllous and people his parity will disown Its p'at-forrO'Rear has announced hi'JmBelf in favor the host la advancing. 'by the Hlenaild. Just as we iFrom hlstonlc old Massachus.ti In bttray the prinoliplios it creating Kenituojcy, but for .use aake of office. . we luu(w It .would never please of the rental of the law .. that he will rvi. w. mo . rt lenangs tnaC " was and refuse to do their bidding Equalfzatton and the East, where the Republic These ana the leaders Dtiraooraoy ws platform approve the Herald, and it need have no fear this State Board of cradled, .to the U'tw iborn but none should It elect a Republican Governor. Ev.en. thouirb that it wa created by ni Dunnacratic 44 us trying- - to ilttse them. Ifes glorious Oallforjiia In the tfar McdXirinolt has confessed .the inaln-(wri- asks you to follow, By their own you haiidicap hto, Lsldaturie. wiUl a West, tha call Is heard, and the re of Democracy. He has ua.d his words they stand endemnoed as unit of opponents, he' At the Joitglnnlng of tha eaimjiaign declares h wlM not We understand ttatf a gnoat anany sponse comes from a multitude of nun. party's ahajme as a threat ile savs. to .Isad a gpnat State fanwrd. Tfoey capons unltexl in t&y-k- s 4be D.unociut!c Burtwdw . wn , your , Democrats ano awfully angry at Ttoo and women wflio .have caught the hlg-e- In effect: that iwe bad two oaiwlidat. ta for Go v twdther knpw. the way, nor am they to Quit, he will not say, mj m wI)laa, ., Republican about its report of vision of a freeaontonted and ros the "We have ipromlfed to tako tracer who (were above rejproach. What the be trustrja.-- FWlow thr.m if ou .will, penal InsUtutiona out of nolMce; mu but it will be book ward into faho old Ho .bellem h can win y& battle .& caused suoh a ohango in the sjjlr-- barbecue and in foot Just (because it porous people. New Jersey, Ohio, Michigan, Inedds, .because )m beUv have promised a ddroot prtoiatw Bys. rut, tha old oonfu&ion and Uw M ot their droani? Now, 0'IUtr 1b does not sit quietly by and nay that lBu old JwlUAt .Jatincnno and a doUKVgoguo auld anur-4r- r. wihat the Democrats ore doing la just diana, Illinois, Wisconsin, lowa.Kan-w- , teta; we have promtekd war on tvilo the cursa of iboasdoi, oorporation Orogon those ana amooig the thing. W expected that a lot too corrupt lobfby; eo (huy say. we have promised and lobby esploltloa, uf the extremely partisan Democrats splendid States that ore wtfisting in legislation for fa of MeCV tr te to ionst eleotloas; but But the RMpublloaa party oMWrs ,.. u ... &.L Jt was A. 0. Stanley who dramat-laall- y would not like it, but 'look here, why tho jujw movmknt,(whioli niuaiwtbe If jou ! O'Rear m wOU not tv you a leader wJSh a m.al A '---- -nieseage of will he te of Hender. are you not man enough to come overthrow of iwlltical bosses and you toes things, ire may .urge announced tha 30. ttmm aoie for tomorrow. He hw plods jd ! Kwtuoky to jttm eouniy in "the DumocraAlc State face to faco to us and tell w so? Why corporate domkiation, the Kjmanolpa-Uo- d with all earnestness, but should nam. JolD !mwb, ) htetoJf to jiaur swrvlee; if you let cs f prognaw? of the popular governsnent xwi oarats coatex)! tb Legislature w ,enTHtion "fan Watitersan" andagalni do you run around to ouribask and . Jt will hibn hia tMUl b6 iitui BXauttvu rr (.!. .. . ....... .. .. tte county unit plank offered by say all kinds of mean thtoga, .but you the pnadatary and this wqploiber. o.. . net rras' tAum The grand old No doubt his speech do not dare .to come to .us.1 You can -- Q&Y. Veckbam. of m & e of Mlty, tfiekfi, . ,'T5 Hartford Rpublican. We hut ,wk to Ow dry pewpte of Ohio courtly. are! atroMiy (7) ' tbt A Gathering of Beautiful n Fall Fashions Await Your Approval ! If nuni-beTe- --- "," s J J T lffimmLm diriM-Ivwl- uTnHl J n, dls-oujsi- ? I II i se LOT NO. It iJ I . for-wan- d; $16.50 t LOT NO. 2. tog T It st j J old-.tim- by-wo- rd Carson & Co., Hartford, Kentucky. H(-- pub-dman- ds . HAVE YOU SEEN BIG BEN ? ? ? a that NEWS -- b-- an M.c-Cre- a getting breakfasts s l Jeweler and Optician, HARTFORD, -KENTUCKY. J. B. TAPP AIT, a, piw-fess- es . ty ar it .fT 4 JtoJh, , R.lme coUom w-'K- jIi i. U ZZ 7f,"7' Just a Word, Please! ! i We want just a little of your ! time to tell you about our i : - New Suit arid on display. C o at f Price, A SMART A MtCll Ir Pattern IS Thoy are now in our house Cloaks:: t ctnli No. 4281 m FALL MODEL prettier line of the newest Creations was never shown in Hartford. We want to show you, and you will greatly accomodate us by calling, whether you are ready for our prices and styles are irresistible. Call and see us for any Fall Wear, and always bear in mind that It Pays to Trade With a House that Saves You Money. to buy or not. Already our sales have been phenomenal, and it's no wonder to us, ' ifllnolsCantralRallroad Time Table. if At Beaver Dam Ky. No. 182 due :05 ." t J Jfa&6G FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20. Piano Coupons Given With Every Purchase Hartford Republican. Dr. J. A. duff, acted business la itllils city Tuesday. Honilny, both flake anid crushed at 'Mar- W. H. Moore & Son'a JIM f Dunid.ie, trans- k,L 14tf north Bouuil. am, No.lKau12.X8p.Bi. o.l02doe2:Sp.tn. Airs. W. F. Schapmiru and children are visiting relatives to Ceatnal City, ' tills week. Mr. Vlok Stewart and Esq. B. S. Cfoannbanlain iWer anions our caiUors Tuesday. SnnlH'Uonnd. No.121 duell SSa.m. Mr. John Stwvwis jut Sinunoms, Ky., No, 101 line 2 48 p. m. paid The Itepublloan a 4)Uta.eanit call No.isi lne8 t8?. m Monda.y. V f ?M. H. & E. L. && Railroad Time Table and Dapudy S. O. Meow n, call ed at this ofiioe, Tuesday. at Hartford, Ky. Joj Mr. Dr. E. "P. Rugers and N. time card etfoctlve Monday f Mr. J. M. Biahon, of Contolto;nii, AUg. 2l6t. ij ft fi No. No. No. No. 41 V 112 North Jlound duo 7:19 n. daily except Sunday. 114 North Bound duo 3:40 p. daily except Sunday. 115 South Bound duo 8:45 a. dally except Sunday. 113 South Bound due 1:4G p daily except Sunday. H. E. MISCHKB Agt ni. m. m. m. of Fordsvllle, wre pWaant callers at The R duibiloani aCfioe Monday. Typewriter paper in all grades, type writer ribbons and carbon paper for sale all the time at The Republican 44tf. office. Anions our callers Saturday wro Mr. Joe Thomosson and dauehtierjMiss Cora, of Hettln; Esq. J. C. Jactoon, Rqbta-ts- , Gen.tertow.lL. Sl "r flfc All klmde of printing done at The Royal, oi Rosln, has a Mr. O. Republican office. colt (that is only one yar M tliat 4 Mrs. John W. Ford, of aioute 4,!s 111 wiqlghs 1,000 pounds. Who can boat that record? with typhoid 'fever. ' Wo have Just received a tu.iw bup-pl- y Jumbo pickles, they aro Sine, MOORE & SON, of typewriter ribbons for Smith-Preml1 Htf W. H. The 2, tjpuwriiter. No. ChrnxuTUHHyTrfHenryylms 1 Mr. Hartford Republican. typhoid fttver. the Wlun wrai ruftd druea of any kind 2 Nloo (Crash pack .Mackerel. please dont ongt (THE OHdO COUN W, H. MOORE & SON. v14tf TY DRUQ CO., has the quality and SAiLE-O- no 'well broto) bird the price Is right also. FOR 5tf DAN KINO, dag. "None Try a ack of Irvlngton Hartford, Ky. 144; to SuchM Xlour, there 4fl oonia bcWier Mr, J, M. White, of Flint Bpntos, be had anywhere. Sold uxclualvoly Ky was a pleasant caller at this by W. H. Moore & Son I 14t office, yesterday.. prices on Patent Qet our cut-rat- e Mw. R. L. Oweddell adJ4ttleKtefuigh MedtclaeB and Prescriptions before ter, Mlsa Nellie, of Calhoun, iKy..ar gain eleawhere. We can b.to, you the gu?t of iyiaUves In Hartiford. money. Hey. Joiner, the ntw pastor of Uie 5 OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. M. E. Church, South, dutfvenad two The Teachers and Pfenon of Ohio splendid sermoiw to hwe audlwnoes county aofaooU will return this afitur- At... Sunday pwrnlne and owealBig. .l...llAtal .kI. tn noun jrmu .wwwr- uiuiJ"" wi a er, s'ono. Bvfrv cent t at FfcAntf cownle paakira- - and la'd tht corner voibe ki tho Pkno OotmbeBti 1ese xnaia's s wwe folkial by tho Trade at Ffflrs', g t rMi Pfcmo song, "Amionicia" and musc by Uw coupons and v& your frkffld Jn the band- - in thKj cluat thai was placwl In the corrw tton-- j wero plaod tho COlltSlt nemos elf rthvj Tustsj er of the tchool, ,Mf Margaret MaxJw jutiwrnd nntnes of the Trust! of tin siool. aitomLoh tram a brW visit In al Llneuiln ipTinlts and a copy oX the Louisville industrial wllUon of The Han.ford ReHit Fairs' publican. Work to g tlw In&kit oa jour friends bujilrg Uwlr fall wear from thetn. Circuit Court in Session. Ha3 ou examlm rt Fln3' School Tho Olulo Circuit Coiunt convened 1 SclioKss for ywir children? If not, in court hall Monday re Oast They carry noim mornkg don't lut It ofif. tor a torm Judgj T, F. Blrkhad but the b"t. pr s'ditg, D. Wod CpmnionAMdth's Attorn, y Ben Jud&e John B. WlLon return E. n isdao- - aS mmoonirom Ltoulevillivnhure. Rrgo and County Attorney 0, he aocomimnltd the Ohio county 'A.nch Smith wero pivsent. The following ramed gentl miyii era on thtlr trtp o that city and Uic were .mj)nijltd as grand Jurors for Mammct'h Cavo and Banfdng Gro.n Uie iwst'nt terrm: R. C. . St r.i'Uiit Mr, Manvun Mlllyr, court strjncigra-plw- r, Janips paid Thie RiepuiblJcan a pleas- Nat LIndley, Jno, W. Carter, W. B. McLean, J. H. Loj-d-, ant call Monday. He eom'pllinfc'ntjd us vry highly on our Industrial Edi- H. E. Shultzt Cioman We.'.uuld, O. P. Biunton, S. II. J. J. tion, whjcji uw recently Issuttd. Stuart and J. W. MaHn. J. H, Mrs. Jeso Fulkcrton died at the Lpjd was deaignakd na foreman of homi of htr father, Mr. J. W. Wilson, the grand Jury, S. H. Runidior was Funeral will selected of Pr r.tls, yu'torday. as sheriff and Nat Undley hj hsjld tonday. Sirs. Flktirson was as clerk. a nioco of Judge John B. "Wilson, of SfTbe following gentlmien named this city. Were empaneled ns petit Juiors for Mr. C. C. Carter, of Nanrqwspaid th term, W. C Diugherty, i4z: The RuibKcan a coll Tuelsday.- Ho ri. S. Jaclseon, J. W. M.lllsr It. li. who Ward, John Edg", J. M. Lvaxh, W. Is anothor of our subscribers list F. Sad.rXur, W. h. Jaimsj J. C. has been on our subscription since the firct paper was issued twen- - Taylor, L. C. Morton, J. T. Funk, R. ago. W. Davis,, C. F. Boswvll, Jams C. Among tho visiting Attorafeys attend Drake, E. F. Render, W. L. Wilson, lng Circuit Court this Wik nirw: J.7 W. Floner, W. C. .Wallace, C. Y. Mes3rs. John T. Rone, OLmlertown ; Allen, Tom Chlnn, Burriytt McDowJ. M. Porter and D, B. Rhoads, Bva-v- ell and R. W. Brown. Nelson; St. CJair a. the M. H. & E. railDam; AnmaUad road Co., consunuid all of thu time and Baj.lj C. Willis, Greenville- Thursday in trial. Wo ari requested to announce that Camp No. 202, Wpodim.ii of Hartford Baptist Church eveTy the Worjd maJs la Hartfond J. W. BRUNER, Pastor. Saturday nights, Second and Fourth. Sunday School at 9:45. Dr. E .W. and all members .will maloe thtir Ford, Supt. to bo present on those Morning .worship at 11 o'clock nights. and evening worship ait 7:15- Moving Iplctures tonlilht and tomor- Sunday will be the iwatoir's last row night at Or. Diiaifs Optjra .House. sen'lces and to he would ho glad comic Som .thing nwi and have a full attendance of tiin mem pictures which are always most bership botli morning and nfelilt. songs New jmuI npnto-idat- e composed and written by poiwlar MuREPUBLICAN SPEAKINGS sicians. your Did you eer rnlize Ithat iwtoon IN OHIO COUNTY. home merchant dos not have in stock somellhtng that jou want that he Rill gladJy order It for jpu? It ould be a saving to you to let your homo merchant ord r for you, and would give the profit to the home merchant. In another column of this issue will "Ejs ho found an artlc'o hvadl, Front, Fpmvtard March, ICentucky." , This is an. wlitorial .that recently appeared In tlie Loutsviljle Hmild and HON E. P. MORROW, Is truly a groat piece at work and Nephijv of Senator Bradley. should be mad by everyone. Tp Friday, night, Oct. 27. It is to feol b itter. (pointing tliie roof of tho iWhilo Rhoads storehouse on Main street last Friday afternoonM r. William iXewbolt HON. E. P. MORROW, ivcry Th3 ModiOirn Silver Tongued Orator. received injuries wihioh came resulting In his sudden death. Mr. NtfWibo.lt vna worldng by himself Saturday, Oct. 28, 1, o'clock. and iwws at the end of the luddutf near tlio iivo of tho roof when the McHenry, ladder broke lose, ktfdng hm fall a ,HON. E. P. MORROW, distance at about twen'y-iM-o elapsed befoiie anjon A Itftv. minutes Saturday night, October 28. got to him, and thwi yhjstaanaweiv carhastily summonvd, and he ias Last Call for Taxes. ried to his home. Upon examination Ohio tho of .Raresewtntives It was found that hre-- rb(bs Ken broken, an ankle broktn and hs hack County Sheiiff's office will ,be at tihe places at tlio time indi severely Jnjur. Notwithstanding all following purpose of Issuing gotten along better thun cated for the this ho has Tax Receipts and jou iwlll soiw) comwa3 expected. or aiold the tiii ing to tho countjvs-aA killing bccurirjd at Hayti, Ecrttlyment of Han'ifard WMts-da- y nixessity of a Isjt to jour home by colored night about 7:30 when Buncomh anronging to settle in itihls manner: Deputy Slwrltr S. 0, lOeowin (will a well to do and hard w cak, ing colored man, siict und Insitantly be at Fordsvllle, Saturday, Ootclber 21. kllKd his friend, Tom Castle. It Is October 24 Cromwell, Tuesday, said that Itondr had star.tod to his forenoon. walk at McHenry tliat night, but Prentls, Tuesday, Oqtqber 21 aftercame homo, thinking that ly doing noon. or tills ho would ascertain whether Wysox, .AWdnesday, October 25. not ithlngs wro going .wrong at his Ceralvo, Thuidiy, OQtoiber 2C home, as it Is claimed that he had not forenoon. warned tliat dverytliins was Smallhous, Thursday, October 20 as it should b. Wluuen ho returned afternoon. home he saov two nirn rwav about and Matanas, Fntday, Octolier 27. with his Hhat gun flril on Castle, Taylor Mines, Saturday, October 28 uf whom ho thought .was the man afternoon. whom ho had ibajn wanxid, but who Jtockpoa-t- , Monday, OctoKr 30. to RendvT nuiu was his rcend. Dundee, TuesdJy, Oatober 31. Hartford and gae himself up to jthe T. H. DIAtlK, (S, O. C. authorlUtfl, and ,110s been IhuVi ovvr By S. O. KHQWN, D. S. lit to 4he grand Jury, wbtah is in session an-.m- a y8-turd- ay Royal has no substitute for making delicious home-bake- d foods t two-wvu- ka Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE K-i- n The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of ts Hl- Tartar' r - I vvvvVvvv OUR WEEKLY GRUMBLE. Is but two months wio and a half o'Efuntt start this Issuein gUIng The ty-fo- ur jrs er Jon, Inl'ier-estln- g. At Cromwell, rd At Hartford, ar At ft. Editing a m (wgyapor In anme is a good daal lika prMachinig. The gospel truth must be ipr3unitf G in the torni of gyjnernlities or some fellow will gelt hit and howl, says a n cent writer. Few persons Hky truthj eien In home ajiathic dos s, if it hlis thiem. But while pneachcs and ithey tdWors are cri'Icls d ftir what do say, no one thinks ff giving th.iin credit for (what th y do not fcay. Ut what they keep to tlwimservvtt constitutes the major port'on of whiaitth-- y know about people. Ver many po-pli- 3 haibor he belief tliat nwspajvera are etig1 r io punish dtflTOgatory thlnga It's a mis'ake. There lsn'ta noiwspar-tliat could spring a Btnualioiii In the telling community at any .time by what it knows. 'lh&i U not a ntiws-paithat dus not Ucp under (he lock of iwrocy scoi s of duroga'.ory things which nevtr meet the public ye or neoch thw public Mir. Deckling what not to print is She rraout t oublcsoniu part ol nenepaper woik. How many good storlvs are suppnesaed for inno-c(relative and for the public good nobody outside a nywispapor office h any Idea of. In scnie tnstanods he who flies into a passion bmiuse a newspajier i)rlnts something unconnpll- meniary his ewr jvasom to to-igra'uful to the niewsiuper for publishing iso little of what it knows of him. And ofMmus tlv loudest bluffer is the most vulnerable to atack. A big nois- - is ofMi eniptojid to coier trepidaa tion. Newspapers put up wilth moru bluff ing tihan any other oginoy would euduiyj. It Is not b cause th"y Jack courage. It is because they aiv to use ittheir ioiwer to destroy or iruln unlie?s the interests of 6oclvJy Imptratlvi'ly demand it. It mighit bw w'l for .sortie lioplie i!o n iflwit upon those fJfent tiuths ami in h Iuw grati tude auo-ip- t mild admonition, letwor biifall tUmi. vr nt 1 ly subaorlbera rtlia .b wie Uaww In stock. First are mention Ld anx articles which jou might huat outafc. R. W. King's or J. B. Tappiansj A nlng for the finger of scorn. A braoeJirft for the aran of hte lav. A olothieis brush tor a coat of ipaat- A ipurse to be huld 'by the ihiand oC plenty. A s'Jck oiln for tho tie tliat .binds A thimble to sow stitches In lim?;. ICnives to niatoh the tforltis of road.. Diamond setting for the ohianns of w. i wxjman. Afraid to Stay Alone. Cherry Valley, Ark. Mrs. Ourf Moore of this place says, "J khz afraid to 6tay by myself. I lima headache nearly all the time; any heart would palpitate, and my vitiS-t- y was very low. When I would at night, I had no hopo of living until day. I tried Cardui, and w I feel bettor than I have for 5 joarji. I cannot praise Cardui enough it did." Are you a wxjtnxaS Do you need a tonic? Try Cardui, Mi woman's tonic. Your druggist it. AI i2. NI II Goods, Notions, At Paradise at W. S. Fox: Storehouse on Monday, October 23, 10 a. m. Tfee Stock Consists of ShoesJBry I 13-- 2 Clothing, er, bn To Ollie James. Stupendous "bulk of fat and froth Kentucky turaifd jou loose Becau9j you s vmed to be all broltli Except Uie rare corn julc d Oh, Ollie Jani3, Oh, Oll'e James, You nine hundivd lK)undf3 You mrry with you hvord and flames And chv jour cotdH grounds. But, Ollie, Old Boy, gtt tha idui your bulk, through that fat Isn't brains, and that becauso jou havie 'em all skinivd 1n the mattw of size, you ane onw or the cheap St chuoiips that lias ruc.wtly ahajigtid tilio government .transportation to Washinston. Don't trifle with a cold Js good advice for pmidemt men and wouiien. It may bo vital dn case of a child. There Is nothing better than Ohamiborlain's Cough Remedy for coughs and colds i child nen. It is safio and sure. For sale by all druggists. in m Hats, Caps, Groceries, Hardware, Drugs, Store Fixtures, and one Gasoline Grist M&L TERMS Sale on a credit of 3 and 6 months, note with approved security required. MRS. M. D. FOX, Admx. of W. S. Fox, de- ceased. AUTUMN Millinery All the newest and most attractive designs, made to your order at most reasonable prices. Satisfaction Guaranteed! m W '.' ji aStenwon troni LioulsvilW, 'where he lwi bevn attandlng the anmuai sea- (jioa'of the Qraad Lto4 of 4w Ma. Bonte order. jIob. J. P. MlHr has buxw& rom CrowweU, where ua4,U rtOwritfy Jw w casUw of the Craaell DpeitJ Banlu Manuaeth Oaw and ihe sohoote of Howltag Otmo, iaeludlnls hie Nomwal. A o.207 Wt early Tiwaday Maming on, the M. H. & E, for 1& jty trlp la IjoJavlll thty wenei ?oia' ly givm a trpe Kwttuoty wAcomtt(a that attv. and the ooromareial orswai- - T ' and f4U Ws nafeia hi")iQe here ihU vA. 4auktr, Maw. KD. Bwa. tbes a yeod Un. ' miwiifpaper to aid' thWr readierB lu tho acnes or Rough River bottom s.tHent!oa of Christmas gifts. Old Santa land, All cleared and well Improved. tftw m jw school building oX Oewtral Vossia GnadiUl ephoo Good reatdencu, barns,, outbuUdlugs, of McHenry, (was JaU last TtouratUy wells, etc. Terms neasonable.i R. B. MARTIN. atternoon-d- Q ithe luvia moe of a Uu 14.tr Hamtford, Ky. crowd tjf iiatixiiie and frleuds of the of school and UAwuku three and four Nasal Catandi, un iinfiaimaitiion hundred pmUs of the school and the the delicate mombrann liming dhe faculty. The jiuoxlta and family mvit at is not cured 'by taoiy tailx-tur- .0 the skating rink and marohed to (the taloen into tihj Htomaclu Don't was waate tlmie on tlium. Take Ely's new building, and the paradu bvauVd by a lnaa baud couiposwdof dream Balm blirough Mw iwwtrlis.so memtbera XromMcHeury,Rocipart and that the evivid, awciUni (tissues are Oentertown. The exarolsys lxaj at raachictl twt 0110 Never mind how 4:30 with eon?, "Ktaxtaeky Schools." long you haw euflfjrxl nor liuw bflt Will pay 35c Railroad Nit In ordiur wa a short address by you li.ve bjen dInio()ii(tx.di ,we)ittw tihe EJy's Ovum Balm Is lw runudy you Prof, E. y. Ailf prinoijwl of aflhool. lie toUewd by trP I should use. All drue&i&tB, 50c. Mail-a- d toy Bly Bixxj., BG 'WlftrirMa Sttyvrt. L. Stbwart, wbo .InArodwwJ the Hon. jirlantipal New Yo. . Um JohMDB, wK) WM-tb- ( t now, Farm for Sale. What to buy for Christmas. Jt has b louine a very .popular lU.a for Corner Stone Laid The corner stone of at McHenry. 170 MISS POPPIE NALL Main Street Hartford, Ky. WANTED! CoutitrSorghurti at Station. t t We want 25 barrels oi good HARTFORD GROCERY COMPANY. 1 raww . ftttww rF?v iHTf-IBBHaM- 'jpWfcJrfM l ' 'U'lf' S' VM'VJ rTgnj1 tjm.i GIVE THE PEOPLE , t MORE POWER Rinsing Appeal Jtffe (Weir's Tor This shows an average yearly excess of expenditures over receipts of moro than $77,000. Now, they have commended that administration of llieae prison commissioners, and say it is a "HE" DENOUNCES THE LOBBY good thing (or tho state. Do you think, that Is good business management? Here is a prison commission elected by tho general as Direct election of United States sembly, its rights and salaries fixed senators by the people, tho abolition j by tho gcneraj assembly, and tho appoints tho of contract convict labor, tho destrue prison commission tlon of the corrupt lobby and biparti- friends, tho klnspeople, the sons and gensan control of all stato institutions sometimes tho members of ibe deperal assembly, to guardshipsand were tho principal topics touched uty wardenshlps and offices of that upon by Judge E. C. O'Rcar, tho Re- kind, in consideration of their elecpublican candidate for govornor, in tion, until It has become n veritable bis western Kentucky speaking trip. graft on the taxpayers of Kentucky. yet they approve It in Ills views on these vital Issues arc It is Infamous, and say It is all right. their platform as follows: Convict Labor. Senator McCreary says wo say We are opposed to tho contract nothing In our platform about corrupt lobbyists or any other kind of system of labor. I havo explained lobbyists operating upon the legisla- in other addresses some of the reaone ture to affect that body in electing sons why. I want to give you You therefore, he argues to additional reason this afternoon. officers, and you, that my party convention and are Interested in good roads. You that I am in favor of that kind of arc talking good roads. You have lobbying to corrupt the legislature In adopted a constitutional amendment electing ofllcers, United States sena- providing for good roads. It takes tors, prison commissioners, librarians something besides interest ind talkor any other ofllcers which the legis- ing and constitutional amendments lature may provide for itself to elect. to have them. It takes muscle, H Ho asks mo whether I approve the takes work, it takes money to havo omission from my platform of that good roads. How are you going to You have feature in his platform. That Is a! get the money? your pockets to subor you pertinent question, and I am going to scribe it out of it, because you are Interested have to pay it in the way of taxes. Answer in It and are concerned in it. In the You are all complaining that your If first place, I am opposed to the leg- taxes arc heavy, but youyou aretogoing have have islature electing any ofllcers save to build more roads tbose which serve that body alone. I more taxes or you have to have them am opposed to the legislature elect- built some other way. The present ing even United States sesators. 1 system Is obsolete. It won't do. Bad am for placing it in the hands of the roads are a tremendous tax tpon the people to elect their United States community. My Idea is, instead or (Great applause.) I am running these penitentiaries at a loss senators. opposed to the legislature electing of $800,000, which has been made as tbat prison commission. It was a profits to the contractors, that wo mistake in politics to place that turn it to better account bv using power in the hands of the legisla- tho men In the penitentiaries for the ture. It was done for the purpose of people of Kentucky. Build road with strengthening and building up a par- them, and build good ones. If you ty machine, and lias done it. I lay can save that million of dollars in this down as fundamentally true, that building good roads, you will have no the legislative department ought not trouble in building your three Lincoln ways and your two Jefferson Davis to be allowed to elect anybody to flee save their own""servants, Such as ways, besides any number of lateral their clerks and doorkeepers and the and feeding lines through Kentucky, like. That all officers ought either to until Kentucky will be famed for her be elected by the people or appoi- good roads. There Is a provision of the constinted by the executive department. And tution which now forbids working of for this reason, if no other, that If the legislature is allowed to create an convicts outside of the wall3 of the We would have, peroffice, and then elect a man to fill It penitentiaries. fix its duties and salary, there haps, to adopt an amendment to the and "being no check upon it anywhere. It constitution to work this out, but let Js more liable to abuse the power us adopt tho amendment and allow thus given to It than If it vere au- the convicts to be worked by the thorized to create the office and flx state upon the state's and the counthe salarv only, leaving it to some- ties' public works. The counties one else to till the office by appoint- could well afford to guard and feed ment or election. That Is the Ameri- the prisoners while they aro working can system; that Is certainly the on the county roads. Instead of payKentucky system. So, when we re- ing this million of dollars out of your move the election from the legisla- pockets, let It be applied to the buildture of any state office, then that ing of good roads throughout the clause In Senator McCreary's plat- state. form becomes unimportant. A Prison Commission. McCREARY'S FIRST "While I am discussing that subject, ADMINISTRATION It Is pertinent that I should take up with you here the prison commission rOt Kentucky. Our platform declares that the present method of selecting Thirty-eigh- t years ago James B. the prison commissioners Is wrong. McCreary was elected governor of We affirm that that prison board ought to be a bipartisan body, f Kentucky. He had for four years f of one party and of the previously been a member of the other. Our platform declares that house of representatives, and for tho the convict contract system of labor last two years speaker of that house. now under the Jurisdiction of that He was then some forty-odyears board should be abolished. Senator old. Ho was in a position, by virtue McCreary's platform provides, on tho of his age and experience, nt least other hand, that the method of elect- his opportunities, to give to the state ing the rrlson commissioners should the best service of which he was menbe changed, that it was wrong. It tally and physically capable, and I asdoes not provido for a bipartisan sume he did the best that he could, board. It docs not declare against and I want to read you something the contract system of leasing out about his tecord. these poor fellows in these penitenFor fear that some of my audience tiaries. It leaves the prison commis- might question my statements, I will partisan board, as now. It read you what Governor licckham sion a merely transfers Its election tho says about It, because Governor Becklegislature to the executive depart- ham Is now standing as sponsor for ment. That is better than the present him. Senator McCreary said. In a system, I will grant you, but it can speech which ho delivered at Georgebe made still better. Their platform town four years ago, when ho was then goes on to commend, to ap- a candldato for senator, speaking of plaud, to praise the course of the his own term of ofllce as governor or management of tho penitenlhrlcs of Kentucky: "I found a surplus of Kentucky by the present board of money in the treasury when I went prison commissioners. Into office. I have always believed In Let us examine Its official record. economy In using the public money, There was received and expended on and I believe In saving the taxpayer account of penitentiaries fro-Aug. all I can. The tax on overy $100 was 1, 49,08, to June 30, 1011, under tho then 45 cents. I recommended the present board (and that boatd has legislature to reduce It to 40 cents been in power all that time mid has on the $100, which was done." That been a partisan board, nil of one par- Is his record. ty, all that time), as shown by the Hero 's what Governor Beckham auditor's books, as follows: From the says about it: "What he says about branch ponltentlary at Eddyvllle, finding a surplus when he went Into there wa received into tho treasury office and a reduction of the tax rate $678,199.08. There was paid out on Is true, but lot us look at the condiaccount of that branch penitentiary tion of the treasury and the affairs $1,332,871.98, an excess in payments of tho state when he went out of ofover receipts of $054,072.30. fice. Ho was. succeeded on Sept. 2, From the Kentucky penitentiary at 1879, by Govornor I,uko B. Blackburn, JFYankfort there was received $2,217,-858.3- a man of truth, and biggest-hearteand there was paid, out governor Kentucky over had. Govleaving a deficit of $198., ernor McCreary left tho finances of 660.61. The total excess of expend- the stato in such a demoralized conitures over receipts Is $853,032.91, dition that ho forced his successor to Then to the above thoro should be &sk for a, restoration of tho old rate added' tho following Items which in order to maintain the credit of have beon disbursed and aro part of tho commonwealth. For nearly 39 the .receipts for which credit is given, years ho has used that tax reduction butLjwhlch woro acquired tender a as ono of his chief political assets. fofacyadinlnftTtraUbu of thepenltcn- - iit li a tina Mmfnu t. ,. t. .. J .Tt . H' Nabout;tho unfortunate .results It I Invoice of machinery on hand brought to the stato treasury." !Rear a BUtOU Daffydilli. factory An. 1. 1M H.tlt M Owing by Frankfort Choir Co. MHulng tor) K the ffe tft Now,' for noorfi iwrtd ami dMvered to them twlor to An 1, ISM. 43,613 Bhcm'd mil the a b jih. Owln to Kentucky Clinlr Co. twit And tte monkey wneMh a for goods mid and rtellvWil Just to them prior to Aug. 1, UM 5,711 41 from the vto.v would fcb ifalnga II4,3M W smooth Jinking n totnt f If tho Itovm twb full awd Itee watr expenditures The actual excess of over receipts under the board of drunk would .tlio hoaa .reel aril narand as prison commissioners, as shown by And ilf tilno wiators cotiM Tok the auditor's books, Is Island thry flaw, huw would Long wh a a a.rttW NwtMPe rtow, mmI Mid Just ter e-- e'r? iwj MrfMra Md fMMeal divtaalr by atomx I'ytnWtw wtyWs gtrttto?; fhjrco eh ysr Oh! give the glrte 9 fchey vs id to patr. Slhig (IC&ams Journ.U. 0r Dmm ma igtrl lntn4od JthtfH to. wfch a 4mvj her own, Directory Okla CeMkJuty $1,00-1,803.5- Popular Government ItclAnc4, xoothes, licoU and protects tho dfscactl membrane resulting from Catnrrh and drives away a Cold in tho putni? C'CVCTIS mows In a Head quickly. If a Hanvnrd oarsman stores tho Sencs of N shell, in Wihuit do tliio tia'mon toil Tatto and Smell. rnllslzeCO eta. ntDmg-Kist- s or by mail. Iu lhmlit form, 75 cents, If .no grass grvvs In the frozen tly Brothers, CO Warren Street, New York. North what, (fliii, dos tie Eskimo? slor.t If a ibultorcg wona a hoUblu tit 3 Illy pad and Jiork?. If a thief brokk) into a drugstore do you think itihat iiho dogwood bar!:? Bnckbce's "Full of Lite" Northern Grown If a parrot can. swl.ar cau a crocus, Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of 3?yearto! successful seed growing behind them. It payi to too?. clant the best. Kc-IJA- V Sound, U you board a spvll at a shore hotel Is 41m billow that you pay?, Jif a slnglo tar weighs Sawrftl itau how much dows ilh'j wbola subway? Cam a scavenger bo a ohksjrful man whim ho's always in M113 tmnp3$ If ilho raTwr plpo3 in a dancs hall miq tfvjlr burst would thio dnnon A Re: 2a bio Remedy CATARRH Ely's Greara Balm I qukfcljr ebterbed. Civet Pellet si On:e. feSfl HI bVLIl SEEDS BEANS is tho fjilvolous sort of Mink tliat Is dubbed a a Daffydlll. t TUils Seasonable Specialties: State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucag county. ss. Frank J. Qheney makes oaith tihafc ho Is sjn.lar jiartner of Itlio 'firm of P. & Co., doing business In the City of Toledo, County and Btato aforesaid, and ihat said firm will pay the sum of ONE IHUNJRHD UQLUAIiS for icach and every oa3 of Ctatajrth tliot cannot be cuned by the use of Hall's Catarrh. Cure-FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed In oiy presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 18SC. (SEAL) A. V. GLEASON, Notanyi $3.50 Bushel Earliest Red Valentine , Refugee Extra Early $1.V Bushel New Strlngless Green Pod Jt.ro Bushel Bushel Wardwell's Imp. Kidney vavis new wnue wax . . w.75 uusnci Currie's Rust Proof Wax . J4.50 Bushel yz . . . ti.50 Bushel New Early Gradus J5.50 Bushel Horstord'a Market Garden . J3.50 Bushel Bushel Buckbee's Lightning Express Ij-oLettuce, Rullih. Tomato and a full tine Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. Send for complete catalogue or submit a list of your requirements and will quote prices. s uy aireci irom me grower save wuncr. ' Write today. Mention this paper. Extra Early Alaska PEAS .... d 13CSBnckbetSi., Rockford Sera Farmi, Rockfor, H. W. BUCKBEE Children Cry Public Hall's Cflitara-- Cure Is taloon inter nally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for tatmlonlals free. F. J. CHBNBY & CO., We send FREE a bottle Germinal, a quick relief (or lung trouble, coughs, pains in chest, and that Toledo, O. run down feeling. ( Mention thu piper.) ,by all Druggists, 75c. Sold OHIO COMPANY Take Hall's Family 'Pills for const!' Box 95 MEDICAL COLUMBUS, OHIO . pat ion. m C ASTORIA FOR FLETCHER'S CONSUMPTION'S Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORI A up A Prayer to Time. Backward, itnm backward oil tlma Ih your fli&lrt, and give us a malttoi McCAIX PATTERNS dreaaod proper and night. Wo aro so Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity and Sold in yearly nearly 40 Billy lX reliability and town Inyears. United Stall s and owary of swltcbas anidrats, the every city Canada, or by mail direct. More sold than llurke clusters and j oich ibaak'at. tais. any other make. Send tor free catalogue, Vfld3 of tho hair in a hoiribUffllc. McCALIS MAGAZINE More subscribers than any other fashion sSicki d en thtfr luiads to jhe hiji'ght . magazine million a month. Invaluable. Lit. of a mife' Samethlng is wrong wl'ht 3 est styles, patterns, dressmakiag, lillinerr, plain sewing, tilno nialdsns, ow efar; gflvo us the J Jp etiquette, goodfancy needlework, hairdressing,a stories, etc. Only EO cents J year (worth double), including a tree pattern. G.ivo girls as they used to ap.tur. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy. us tiho glrJiies Vio onoe knuw at yorw WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue Qialr whobM ourls didn't canua from a and new cash prize offers. Address dnossing store. laldens who dPeS9od TOE HcCAli CO, SS Is Hi W. 371b. SU NEW YORK Will practice his profession in all the. Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, 2 Jl?"d.?r.,,n.Feua.ry Thursday after ... -i juujr, inursaay aner and in the Court of Appeals. Also No3rd Monday in AugUBt, Thursday after tary Public. Office over First National1 2nd Monday In November. nr"1, J Friday after 2nd Bank. Monday Patt?"' naP". Friday after 2nd In February, Monday In May, Friday after 3rd Mon- a"er 2nd Mon JOHN B. WILSON da?lnnNov!mbter.Fr,day CHAS. M.CROWE; HARTFORD POLICE COUItT. C. M. Crowe, Judge; Q. B. Llkens.CIty Attorney; Sam Itiley, Marshal; Court convenes second Monday In each month. - Williams,, Mayor; nC1 &i,1,nc,bJ.- K- tS01"?8' C,erk: mliersr,0f Council, T. It. BarHARTFORD, - KY. nard, W. J. Bean, W. M. Fair. Pen Taylor. W. E. Ellis," E. P. Moore. 'Will practice their profession In all Glenn- - chairman; wcS,"teea,-J- ss,e"etary, c. M. Barnett. the courts of Ohio and adjoining counC. M. Crowe and Dr. E. B. Pendleton. ties, and in the Court of Appeals. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Special attention given to criminal M. E. Church South-Servi- ces monring practice and to collections. Otfioa on and evening every first an1 third Sunday In each month. Sunday School 9:45 Main St, opposite Court House, a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. Rev. Virgil Elgih Pastor. Baptist Church Services every Sunday morningr and evening. Sunday 9.45 a. m. Prayer meeting every School Wed-nfevenln?- - Kev. J. W. Bruner. p Or every fourth R,mh,filt,a? C,hur:h-Servl- ces a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday m- - EWer W' B- P' iastor. WrJSht Ohio County hPLCh.u.rch-S,ervi- ces "rst Sunday in KY. at U a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday Scool 9:15. Cirewtt Cowt-- T. F. B4ehhee1, D. Mingo, Attorney; W. P. MMKlff, Jftlter: H. a. Brrae, Clrk; F. U Felix, Muster Cemmtofoner; it. T. CelHns, Trustee Jury Fund; T. It. Blaek, Sheriff. Hartford. Deputlee-- 8. O. Keovtn an Lon Blaek. Court convene! flret Mon day In February and continues three weeke; third Mowday In April, two weeks Hfeond .Monday (n June, tjiree weeke; third Momlay In October two weeks. County Court,-- It. It. Wedding, Judge; W. 8. Tltveley, Clerk, C. B. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday In each month. Quarterly Quarterly Court Begins on the fourth Monday in February, May, August and November. Court of Claims Convene first Tuesday In January and first Tuesday In October. Other County Officers' C. S. MoxBcy, Surveyor, Fordsvlllf, Ky., It. F. D. No. 2; lJernard Kollx .Assessor, Hartford, Ky It. F. D. No. 2; Henry Leach, Superintendent. Br, A. H Hartford; Uliey, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COUnTS. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after 3rd Monday la December. O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afte S"J Monday In March, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December. John II. Miles. Itocknort. Frldav after ara Monday In March, Friday aftec 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd Monday in September, Friday after 3rd Monday in December, J. C. Jackson, Ccntertown, Saturday after 3rd Monday in March, Saturday af tcr 3rd Monday In June, Saturday after 3rd Monday In September, Saturday after 3rd Monday In December. M. C. Cook, Kenfrow, Tuseday after 2nd Monday In February, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd Monday in August. Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November. Thomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday after tho second Mouday In February, Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August, Wednesday after 2nd Monday in November. C. V. Miles. Fordsville, Thursday after Bn fm rasvxox 1L, Jhl Otto C. Martin Attorney Will e at Law HARTFORD, KY. hte profeeeloe fa Uis-anAojcrtfWns eoutiee. Comnwalial ami Oimlntl PmaUm 1 Speckilty. C. U. It T Pabkbtt 0. E.BMITB. BARNETT k SMITH, Attorneys at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice their profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining eoi'.-tle- s and Court of Appeal. Hp" tl attention given to all businrentrusted to their care. Collections ana the Practice of, Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties. Office In Republican lialid lng. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, - KY. practice his profession la OhU and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty. Office In the Het aid building. Will J FRANK L.FELIX, i Attorney at Law HARTFORD, YANCYL.MOSLEY, - KY. . WILSON & CROWE 3 ?- a c. LAWYERS !? J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, All Matters Given The Hartford Republican Business Building Bureau in connection with the growth of your business? IS your business sick? Do you think you should have more trade? Is there anything worrying you one-hal- one-hal- d WE HAVE THE REMEDY A. We have retained the services locally of the greatest retail and bank advertising expert in this country, Dundas Henderson, and now put his services at your disposal free of all cost and without condition of any kind. Write out an account of your whole business troubles, freely and frankly and send them to this office. We will pass the letter on to Mr. Henderson and you will receive from him in a few days a solution of your difficulties the same kind of Bolution that has made success for thosands in the same positions as yourself, v SECRET SOCIETIES. tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A Hartford Lodge No. 675, F. & A. M.. meets first and third Monday night in SPECIALTY. each month. Owen Hunter, W. M., P. Foreman Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. 110, M. meets every third Saturday R. A. in 0TTOC.MAHT1.V s. 1'. SIcKJJ NSUY night ''a"!01"! John Tl Moore High Priest; W. Tlnaley, Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. S4, O. meets second and fourth Monday E. S. evenAndeon. W.M. Miss T&iium8- - Secretary. Rough River Lodge No. 110, Knights of i'ythlas, meets every Tuesday night. J Ney Foster ' of r! &aspan Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M.. meets every first and third Thursday night R. D. Walker, Commander; L. P. Foreman. Record Keeper. Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M. meets every first and third Friday night In each month. Mrs. Attye Oriffln.Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Carpenters and Joiners local No. 1S81. meets 1st Saturday night In each month. Noah Skaggs, Pres.; W. D. Luce. Sec- Acnie Lodge No. 339. I. O. O. F.. meets second and fourth Friday night in caCMniSt.TV'cri'Hedrlck Nobl Grand Secretary. Ohio Tribe No. l&S. Imp. Order Red Qnd day night in Beco,namonth. fourth Wedneseach James C. Ben ' A- - K Pate' Ct,,ef of Records? w.,Hatfrd Camp Tll0nma W. No. 202 Con-w- ! Williams; Clerk. C.mvnracey' Succeed when everything else faito; Preston Morton Post No. 4, O. A. R.. holds regular meetings Saturday beforo In nervous prostration and female '" eac" ""ith. weaknesses they are the supreme Commander; J. M. Rogers, remedy, as thousands have testified. Prompt Atten- S'i Martin & McKeiwey Hartford, Ky. General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. Electric Bitters kk FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE the best medicine ever aoM over a druggist's counter. Ash-Ad- jt. A. S. of E. National Officers: dl!enCarp0oSsr-,Tnd.aSUrir-- t t It may be that a new style of advertising will make a difference in your business. Possibly a certain kind of ad- Some scheme of a novel kind that will bring the money pouring into your money drawer is possible. V' Kun,P- - t State Officers: county Henderson county Treas5' aoberUon- - McLean county, ln' Vice t" t nn0rmoa.? vertising folder that has brought success to others is what you need. A particular method of dow dressing may be what will bring you the success you lack, win- Special salesmanship made sucessin similiar circumstances may be indicated in your business. But whatever it is. send the fullest particulars of your troubles to this department and let Dundas Henderson help you FREE that has Your competitors may be worrying you and you may want a knowledge of the latest method of fighting them. You may need help in getting in your bad debts a few hints can be given that have ally helped others out of treble. How to conduct a special sale, or sales, may possibly by the shortest way out of your n rr A'nAn Vti Warren 5unV. State . trA. county,. anu. cunty, Assistant state SEEDS' PritgC9imffi 11 Uw eoeM Unliirt-3w.rt.r to-da- y; "" . rs' Ben Watson, C'. M. Barnett. Ohio Brooks, Bracken county; R. j. i ??y', IInruln county, and J. F. Doss. Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officers: B. U Stevens, Pres.. Beaver Henry Pirtle, Seo. Hartford, Dam.Ky. Ky. D. l'ord, Tieas., Hurtford, Ky. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, iienry Leach, Chairman, Hartford.Ky. L B. Tlclienor, Hartford, It. V, D. No. Board of Directors. 1U4 UkalM Mv B..I..M. AtrUlwUP tnMXB you our MrmAneat ctutomer. Tw.1,. 1 ulmdM ou., t bcu tuIi- t.i ttTvuiltilslU. eCAKANTEEB TO flKAIE. SPECIAL OFFEI MJCKBars Siott succgbb i r.iu:!'.,1: Write Mention this P0tr. II MSKMAWMAAWMWAMMVtV iaeoTtr pmWh and pMklei DOCtSCNOO Off SEND 10 CENTS BfM MM SH9 AKpirvcuT sm W h J? 9' ?Irtford, Heynolds, Ky. . U L. Alford, White ltun. Ky. 6. Illcliard I'lumcr. Taylor klnea Ky. -- . -- . u, u.u,Tii, jiutin, ivVi ..!.,. Ul jtHtttmi pOAMMIt. u4 n&lv tkU Tftlnte lOfUMr Wlta mj Ma P .ruMit Ofc i M WHHN M nu, nUlb . Mf i UMM POSITIONS' This costs you nothing and may help you to make a foi tune w Write today confidential--addreee Ar7n JfJMMftTuJ. r !iw 11 Further particulars of our offer may be obtained on application to this office. All communications akwlutely di I I THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Business Building Bureau, x : mat 'fsoewr. ri J ftmrsxA A .y m . '.tlJi J f I It V JSeaA-Areeofiq-r m i 7ec& yv fPUmFUt titles;, - , In3aVerffi,iS'hai;, i Hartford, Kentucky. Ji. t 'to. Jow'" VcrmL & Gwt,J'. -- m t "r"-', For Sale iMMrtt i ROCUHED AMD aspert OtFEND,ED..'Jnioa.lI rsllato.fAr mrcri Ani f rf nmrt. five 7rfc, how to obtain patent, trad, mufti I I roifrirttAm, IN COUNTBIfS. gntUt Mrrel jvfA Washington ravel t'imt.l tines ojstn smtfaient mnef Pits m4 (nfrhftimiit Prtctlci ExoluiWely. WrIM or ORM to U kt Il jUfMa MrMt,tf VarU KatM ratal OOea, I WHIWOTOri. D. c. ill 'Jioroforw ord-avn lilcotlon bo held in '.oach of iRuvLve.! mJ . jti .i 1. a.orosaiUl pnecinots on prayod for Ly pUoj r.wt .aJb-uC in the several potluionens h hvln filed, tho vu'sor R iv. H.. Mannar. at tiho rogular oloatlon Novombor Ttli., People arw wry busy.ttawing wihopt 50 Acres of tho finest Rough rivet in tlnlis r Jghifcorhcod, as ""iibero iwlll to 1911, and dt Is furtlior ordered that Miq the bottom land located three miles west mo.tj rainl ilhils zaitvn than for bjv- - clork of tlds Court furmish to various proctocits Itonoin namod balof Hartford. About 20 acres in culti- otoA years. lots with tli3 following nuoatlon subvation. Good dwelling and out buildSir. J. W. Taylcr and family spxt mitted tlioroon. ings. A bargain for J1.2G0. Sunday at Mr. c. V. Smith. "TtYvTflrjlo-nlritci- t tirt Minnltieip of ilnrun 'his Mr. ilarione San&sfur vlaltdd offcattb including a'U eiwcIns of do- We have 460 acres of fine bottom granian-j- s, cf Iloifcii, last Oot. 10. Real Estate! la wry goal BALD KNOB. 'i .h in 'ha ccrnmutiVy H-u- .wTtii ji x. of. aoikc y. is w ,: j. hit 'fix Ut u tibe Clark of the Court by tho1 at iorj mentioned in HSSiWomens Secrets There WmvmvmCm 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE land from one and a half to two miles of Hartford, part of it with Umber. Alao about 75 acres of upland bo lousing to the earns traot Terms easy. a A new ono and story frame bulldlss with five rooms and large recptieon ball, built out of the best one-ha- lf DE8I3M3 PAHWBIrtliTB A.M AnTonsnjlivr ielfh and description mar qnlcklr ascertain onr opinion free whether au Invention Is rrohnblrplerihtn. Communlcv. UoMttTlctlrinnfldOBtUl. (IAND000K on Patent wit free. Oldt acencr for arairinir patent. -throunh llunn Co. receive JatCUtC MUM, Tritfcput caro, la the rlBS tan Trwae Marks selected material. Situated on Clay and Frcdrica streets, Hartford, Ky. Lot 69x205 feet. Flno well of soft water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. Good nine room two story dwelling in Centertowm, Ky., has good cistern, good cellar, nover falling .well of water, gcod stable and other out buildings, oae acre lot of ground. A uplendid location for family residence and hotel. Price and terms reason able. Apply to BARNETT & FOSTER, Agents, HartfJrd, Ky. ibjjn Mr. Lu'Jli r Havers vt.lio ho3 111 far (soma uJmM is much bjKi ir. Jtov, J. .H. Embry ar.id family moiCng ruar ids .work, In bbo avoir u'urrj. "with School Is progressing n.'.s.ly M.r. C. M. Taylor ui taico-jr- . iMr. B, P, Saafctur wwa. ito Owens-bor- o v ok on busiand Hanlford to jiUl mos'ic animals In South Rockport vot ing proalnct N'o. 9 and Point Pleasant voting ,procimct No. 27." tti conformtty to this Judgment an order hoPotciforo adoptwl by tho Olilo County Fiscal Court, it Is further ordered and adjudged by tlio Court that tlw offloara of tlw rosubir elation bo and thy are hjrobydlroot- od to oin a poll in tncli ot lilia vcii-- 1 nt Ing plaoos in tho nforosald preolnctr,' ness. lnsOhlo County, Kentucky, on Novi-bo- r Airs. J. H. Em.hry vlalied Mra. J. 7tli 1911, for the purpose of as)3unx!ay H. Torronco laot Sunday and certaining the will of tho Ujgal voters in'ghit. of'oaoh of .tlw said precincts upon. "Four doctors had given mo up," writos Mrs. Laura Ualn-p- , of Avcca, La., "and my chlldtvn and all my friends were looklrg for mo Ito did wjion my saai ltiiSilstod that I use Elootnic Bitterns 1 did so, and they have done mie a world of good. I twill ESjotrlc attujra always praisu tjiecn. Is a prioelczs bleHHing to woman trou bled witfi",to'-ntJin-s and dizzy npells, backache, h'fldachie. weakness, dLiljlli- ty, asnstlinxtloin or kddiwy dlsorujra. Uso thm and gain new fcioaltihUvngtlii Tlwy'ro guaaantood to sat and isfy or monoy retunumd. Only COc at all dcuggteta. 11 one man in (lis United States, who has perhaps heard more women's Eccreti than any other man or woman in tho country. These secrets are not sccrct of guilt or shame, hut the secrets of suffcrln), and they have been confided to Dr. Jy K. Y. Pierce in the hope and expectation of advice and help. That few of theso women have been disappointed in their expectations is proved by the fact that ninety-eigper cent, of ail women treated by Dr. Pierce have been absolutely and altogether cured. Such n record would bo remarkable if the cases treated were numbered by hundreds only. But when that record applies to the treatment of more than lial(-a- - million women, in a practice of ocr "(0 Years, it is phenomenal. and entitles Dr. Pierce to the gratitude accorded him by women, as the first of specialists in tho treatment of women's diseases. Every sick woman may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, absolutely without charge. All replies aro mailed, scaled in perfectly plain envelopes, without any printing or advertising whatever, upon them. Write without fear as without fee, to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R. V. Pierce, Prcst.. Buffalo, N. Y. ht wv W3VLm Molcos DR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE "CCoftls. Strong, Womoa EJiolc PRESCRIPTION '3l7'omon GILLESPIE BROS J W. H.& J. F. GILLESPIE HAVE YOUR SUITS i Scientific Jmuricatn A handsometr Illustrated TtwlT. T.rceit clr. cnlatlon of as denude Journal. Terms, 13 a rurt four month., IL Bold byall newsdealer. Saved His Mother's Life. t,hd que3tLCin o,for??ai!d, Cleaned MM Branca Co Office, JJ! Hew York Waabluton. D. C. Subscribe for The Republican $1.00 per year. POSITIONS GUARANTEED. position ir GUARANTEE! need WE will ua real soon. We tbe a many more you enormous demand onco to supply at you for our graduates. As soon as we get tbe required number or students this offer will bo withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. It is further ordered that n notice afonjaald of the submission of tlw question iihall be published at lojt 20 days prior to said election in at lja3t four issues of tlw Hartford Re publican, a paper of general clrcuation published in Hartford, Ohio County, Kentucky. Ordoiwd tliat oach causa heruln be conbtniujd for ropcr.t of ekictlon a.3 provldjvxl by itlie Statute. Copy Attest: V. S. TINSLEY, C. O. C. C. By C. O. HUNTER, D. C. 13U. SuYerers who eay thoy have trl-y- l every thing (without benefit are tho peo pie we are looking for. Wo want them to knew from glad experhjn'ce that Ely's Cream Balm will canqudr Cold In tlw Head, Hay Fxver and forms of Nasal Catarrh. This remedy acts dinectly on the Inflamed sensitive mamfbrano?. CI anslng,ooth Ing and huallms. One trial Willi convince you of is healing powor. Pries 50c. All druggists, or miailkjd by Ely Brothers., 50 Women St., Njw Yen!;. v Bllliousnoss Is duo to a disordered condition of the stomach. Chamberlain's Tablots aro asnoritlailly a etoirach. medicine, Inttmded especially to act on that orgau; to cloansj dt, stneEgth-e- n It, tono and invigorate it, to regulate itho liver and to banish ibllUousr.it'aa pos'.tiTOly aad offctually. 1'or sale by all druggists. m Proprietors i Pressed DLACKSMlTHIl alAND REPAIR WORK 9 1 Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, Ky. Repairing and Dyc-- ing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. IiLDCi., Clifb, A. S. of E. Notice. River District Tobacco Growers 'Union of the A. S. of E. and the Ohio county Union of .tlw A. S. o fE. All pool ing plsdigws will absolutely cloeo on November 1, 1911. Thosyj wishing to s'gn must e'n before 12 o'clock i. m. By the onadr of Iho Grown Oot. 31st, 1311 S. L- - STIEVEN5, Co. Prvs. 13t3 HENRY &1 PIRTJjE, Co. Sec' C jfj ("$L D fj HARTFORD, KY. BUSINESS COLLEGE OEO. VT. SCHWARTZ JNOOKfO-tATE- rKIMOlFAZ. ESTADLTBnRD ISO. tiOXTISVICdlj'B. KY. 4 jBK WAHTEDrflfilBER AGENT jut boiupic jAsicsi ihtoci maklnff money fast, . : H . vlfrrg BU.. ' can make rou tnis vear. we sei the ??? highest trrade bicycles less room factory cos. pil with We are tlui any ether factory. mn rtn satisfied Klvrl.fl.oo profit above mm !! mt i.nrl.r rnti nnm TtfllVr!I.R PUI Isriats. our ences. Orders filled the dav received. II YM donU NKiinNI) HANI) 1IIOVCI.KH. We da net remihrlv t.3ndl .rnnA ht vrc ticE ui :iivu.iv uu.u. ii.rE n uwiiuvr v.t it'.m i...ii m iiamc ut uui i.iuuku ictai. ziurcs. xiicse t Fpromptly at pric nngtnj from e?3 to ?H or Slo, Descriptive bareain lists mailed free. SUKJlu tvio14. linnortcil roller chain ana ptunu, paru, repairs AO enuOWi J ftll klpHj at falf t fsmtf rfttil iozoprsceswe i wnKtir oicycic lumnnco Dy. us. ? ascnu everywnere ai ll'nl for full farticnlart and tftctal nfftr at met. .Si until you receire and approve ot your bicrcle. thl anyone, anywhere In the U. S. tonunuAGi ukuuihuu without a cent deposit in advance, prttay niiht, an allow TEN time you nayride the bicjxlejn FIIKE TltlALdutlnmhicli put k io any icsi youwun. 11 you arc men not perfectly satisnea or ao not wun I Keep tneDicycie amp it kick to us at our expense and you will not ot out oiuctnt. We Iniiah to male' C1PTABV DDirr: at one small the highest Brade bicycles it Is poscible save factory rnwivnirniutprofits by huyinsprolit aboveusactual have the cost. You Is manufacturer direct of to fit middlemen'a and antee txmna our Dicjcie. uu HOI JtlJY a bicycle or a pair ol tires from flw. at any frict until you receive our cataloirues and. leam our uniieard of dettr ' v trices and rtyriarkaiU special offtrs to rider; fUinU. VflM WIS I RE flSTOHISIiFH nlin)ou receive our beautiful catalogue aa . vxivii I lyi?"iT i,he. ..t ,b. ni0el;i . mriKUtnun dlttrlct t rlilf. and VThihft and ! I ' IAS' Samuel Blrah, cit Bjetoxm, a most oiarrow ojcapa JJnom laslnghls log, as no dootior could .heal tho f night "WUs-Jb-a- Kicked By a Mad Horse HEFLIN & CO., Hirst Class Liverymafi Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, fUl SOIX) Ult 4hA ooW-soTio- s, UUClWOU S lAlWlCa " nVlv Its s on but at last Saia CUrOfl It Cdm h.alor of ocziama, scalds, ' llKll.rilQ. "" n1o.ra Imiitm Imllu ' ' ewts, earns, Oal'l th. bruises 25c, and t - Tr' it In at all dru hrvrn Dtutfi J1ACf mm fr Midnight fll it W-- 58 .. MDGETH9RM PfSHfiTURE-PROO- F StLr-ilL;S.- S .iT?l IMA vaR!Ptf A SAMPLE PAIR mQTOISTfWDUOt.QULY is tise (ires... iv-- f TJie SSJO tertair. ii.l..MM ci.,,. price ot 'i, rcxuturreiuit to introduce but ,..,, a .vr.r ' 4" f K9 MORE TROUBLE FHGM PQNCT0SEI3 jtHS9Vac, or Glass will not let the air ou Sixty thousand pairs sold lastinyear. use. C!''I4?j','""iMBJWSSMBBSBfBBl Over two hundred thousaud pairs now ---. sm OCSOIfprOWMadelnallsiies. Itisllvely T!gj.rA'-'Jaa6i'f- 'ad easy tiding, very uuraoieanciiincainsiue wiiu a special quality of rubber, w hich never becomes porout and which closes up small punctures without allow. Notice the thick rubber (red ing thrair to eaane. We have hundreds of letters from satis- "A" and pnuoture straps "11 Ecd customers statins: that their tires haveonlybeen pumpei and "U," also rim atrfp "II upon A or twice in a whole season. They welch no more than to prevent rim cutting-- . Th. an ordinary tire, the puucturereslstingqualiiiesbeliiggiven tire will outlast any othi by'ieveral layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the mate-S(lF- T, UXASXIO au jyz i'.it.uubiui UAHTC lirvix vDriceto I same day letter is received approval. You do not pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as representet 1.00 per pair) yo Ve rtlll allow a easli .SC0!IvI cencitnercDy mnting me price .S virrr rtait wi .Tr iTrjiwr.IK nml encfosf this advertisement. You run no rUlc Sendlo ln On order as the tires may be murned at Ull expense If for any reason they, at nte We are perfectly ratable and money sent to u ls Stock Law Election. UnS If yo?dtf S KLr of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run faste mi h&xa Fvef used or seen at anv nrlce. wear Detter, t a bicycle you will give us your orde Ttnow that ORDERS-OHICOUNTY COURT. oner. deraitfnce, lience tins retnarsuiiie urctin.,, ..v.. ..., vra We want ...!. ..... a.... ..tM nai.i Puncture-Proo- f tires on approval and trial j Rwgular Ootobor Term, 2nd Day of YOU NECO Jfedethorn the speeial introductory price atAei.or write for our hjejTire au.,15a.nry Catalogue whia October, 1311. .describes and quotes afl iWes ami ttud.' f tltes ftt about t NOT TJIINIC OV BHYINQabicyc Hon. R, R. Wodding, J. O. C. C. until you know tl.c new.udwondetf. DO MOT MWror.plroftfrcV s write tt WOW. "Offers we are making, it only costs a postal Jo teSlfl! everytDiog. Presiding. 1 i. ?u " ji SsVBMrbv QSKAHavlnVlBaBaBa.aM P' And yut slo ipless Hlnam Soranton, cf Clay Oiity, HL, oough.d and cough- 3u. no was i)i tine mourjlalns on tho advice of five doctors, wlho a'd ho nail coivsumpt'on, but found no lvjlp In Ahi climato, and starb.d home. H 'Ming Of Dr. King's Now Discovery, he b an to usa It. ''I brieve Jit saved my life," be writs "for it miado a n.ivv man cif mo, so Miat 1 can now do good work again." For all lung dilsyaaes, coughs, colds, la gnlpe, asthma, cmup, Avhooplng cough, ihay fver h anorrhaajes, hoaiupjness or quinsy it tho best known lumedy. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle frue, Guar-a- at jod by all dragglsts. m tho Ozarks WYXX VYMWX'PY IK $$?t?$?$.?3?$ fT 1f SEND TO MATHENEY & BATTS V 9? 1 Vanderbilt Training School if ft H H H i IF TlRkS r.u... If of ELKTON, KY. A limited select school for boys. college-traine- d FOR BOYS meD. frWW-nyo- n? L. MEM CYCLE COittt!J.NY, vCHICAGO, W. F. Condlt, ot oJ. t, - - Faculty KILLt COUGH AND Stock Law Election. Point PJioasant Pjvaclnct No. 29. John T. Jackson, ot al. wor Judanwint, Stock Law Elootion. ' CURE the LUNGS ). otfila PAC4fT8 I asa ..i. aojanxi innmtiirn I rip you to ucc6ML floajawlel. iuAa or sketch for rnrc repfc"'! - ymauuj, n, jtur praetloeu SUH. I For frii Cold. n!5lSSilSL??Jrr,l:NCC8. writ, to . . - II .. aMOS.arMi eft -- Dr. King's New Discovery WITH FAR ANDALL THROAT AND LUN6TR0UBLES. aUunirl,ornoroa. nati i t buiei laaa .rSUSHS LDS A. . psrme mi V Tfhl Battlo Frca t-" ijirjasBAjiM..Ka acraat. T7.T wr. ' ovntn SJ. U. . . i QUABANTKED 8ATISFA0X0&TJ UA IS.OHJZY BKyUNDKD. HBULBS Ladies! SavM&wyaBd Stvle Magawie iWAlLS si a IF H WCKHrSWJLU fV tooier. BatufaMIoafBia'aateira SPECIAL N.w HaUrai. Vsfada tastakeU4loa a permaaoal m trial will WH OFFEK'.IB SUCCU3M byReg NcCaM VtC.S'i . Keep ia McCall's aai Ucfeg A ot rour ou- - WH VV HACAZIrut I l l v MiHOhur.ouiu, HjM4Ut.aaiffc.. t4. ji,hil.u1 Fnd In HutiM UKjkkdMiMttSriS?. km aUU rmi tn ustSm, ln w rMHt, " , m tlDAfaJITKUl T PUUNt I MMTC.fMU4.ua Jusm4imi ui. tUiU. till.itln. m.iMi.j SJ lMfitwiA. PMtfM. JLfk i,(iiiiiiaa4.siittruiia. li.fcm w f.rtiT. m u. nJ. MiMlMaM.lkllMM4rU.M. . ffiu 1.3Si;i;iH i l i. i im M By MH f. Buii!J'c.Lt .kfklulunatUlliIaj. Sai.tt.llnH.wl.Mj.t W aa " .U... IMtMOKNIK.1' NMBM Mocreu, iu. JSM .'v . New Fashion Designs Iu each Isstio, Aho toluabla Informatluii. i ru nil homo and nor-- i soiiul Hiaiu-is- . Oulr 60c a year, Including a free pnttoru, Sub- -' ,KTlt)0 trxjay pr send tHiMlMs) fur Irca bcuiplo copy. IsVCall P.K.nu will enable you to msko In your own homo, with yoi.'roH ii hands clotiilncfur yoursolf anil ctillrt. w) ivukli willb parfcit -Io stylo audrt. Pi jo:u lilfticr htu 15 fcoud for ffvo l'a.ru CataloKuo. cent W WW CKm Yea Tjij frvtti f r renin? sub. scrlptiaus amonz .urllU ads. SgnU for fro I'ruinUim t awlok'i.o ami Vavi I'ruo Oflor. W USUI C0f.lir. 759 1: IO WJ 37. 0, K(W veu mpni Tf m rrr inimr !!- imiiimnuBii , help yhu dress strl-- : Ulilr at a inoderalo expeasu by koeplui; rou posted on. tuo nteit fashions la cliHbes and lists. W Pattenu itrs"ta.wlll 1? oanipoain ,tlij s'aino' fam boTu boia for by rtagular order decldty iploctlons to nosulato' tho runniDj af tarKo of oztftlo and itho upocks thov:oi Iu' OWo county, KentuciO', shall bo ooaiiHmj ito too voWng prcclriot with in aald Occanty, and it furtlter ttppear- lng, tliat W, P. Ciondrlt, and 51 nthor legally quallfkvl voters of Point PIletA- ant voting iinooiuat No. 27 and Johsi T. Jaok&OBi and 21 otibor legally qual-Iflo- d YOtc.'ns of South ttockport voting preolnot No. 9 bav tjacbi filed tholr patitiona bioiviln praykkjr baX an olac-ulo- n bo ihold in tlmlr Piecttvo toting preclnots at their rjgular election 7Ui., 1911, Xor itbe oninposo of taking Uhd sense ot tho legally qualite fied votr In aoh ot tho said abovie named, upon fee qutlo whothr or not Cattle or any apoclaa trhapeot shall bo parnikted ito run at large upon 4ha lwbtto ibighways, or un laolofewl IarfJo w4thln thir iwieetlvo iucaei; And it amrlag wrt. estch or pro-okio- Clrooun.mibyamA,lcxit the CouV umh m ttot .to r1 ftlon " of ot mu- - Our patronage has come from several Southern States. Twenty-fou- r different towns in Western Kentucky represented this year. JGLectric Lights, Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Baths? ff ff tat Extremely healthful i?9ation- - HOOO.OO recently spent on impiweiiieiitsk NO $a9'NS IJV THU TOWiV OR COUNTS, Moral surroundings excellent UNEXOEtLED AS A SCHOOL EOK YOUNG BOYS. Year Begins September (j, 1911 Write for catalogue. Address all communications to utTrnV. ft ft ft ft Hr ft 'ft' Nineteenth U. Dek"B" MATHENEY & BATTS. of'said iUMoas navMtj; r uut owr for one month wtu ouly, < aa,t ot mora and no exceptions having been WUd to laitbar of stuuo, and that a foe downed euiflcleut to dutnay the toes tary oxrufe. having bow deiKwltod v. KXXXh9iXXhhti ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ' LONG CAREER JS CLOSED Uut arj donj.alatlnswbatar.d Associate Justice Harlan thlngi th'J alhx Is oontwnit to J.A meat why: things r main as they aro, but If tho Dies in Washington. poopla think thr3 is f oo much Df any It, thing hi is In favor of ivduclr and It th y think Uujto is loo Uttlo of Kentucky's Noted Son Succumbs anything he 4a in favor of itwr.us-in- g It. to Brief Attack of Acute W3 lh fHiiuv: thj otkr kis tarcwr of uaHlno.. On.i I a ldor of niriUc oplnfon; qpinloa U Uw'oth.ff waits for way." "blaze tlw Onu is tor doing mm tiling that aro not dcn, and for undoing fojm jt MMMMi HOUSEHOLD HELPS Bronchitis. Washington, Oat. 14. Assoclatu Jus Uco Jobn Marshall Harlan, who.mor Um closi ci his nlready nod car.r m a ni.imlwr of th Suiwnw Court I Ue Unifcd SUii'j , won row famed an tho "gneat dlsscJittx" by U;s w-ratOil oininJons In the S'antLind Aniurdcan Tobacco oasts, klldof ot3 ait his lion- - h?tv at ;ical broad-it'- s o'clock this mumlng. Ills .last Sill words to Ah- members of his family, who stood At his beitldo, : "Good-hyI aim sorry 1 haw kwl't xxui all waiting ao long." J Esticellorlan apparently "was In the he fiws of nhs!cal condition when home from his vacation for tho heo ojxalng of court. He felt an attack of ieiAH. on Monday nlght,and on, fTuesday developed, acute hrpncliltls with illness not thought to bo fatal, Tio iKrewtr, until Thursday. Yesterday a miIejwo mods rtt almost certain ithj Jus Ills family rirw could not survive. ai3jrv& at tho bedside at 3 o'clock the jawralng. r? Olho first nwsaag" of condol-encwJviiNd came from President Taft, and mad as follows: Tirs Jolin 31. Harlan, WashlngUsi: Tite sad nws of Mr. Jusbloe Harlan's pjsalng away has Just reaobied nv I Conger any h artWt sympathy in your sorrow. The country lose3 agiva 3uAa and Jurist and a moat, patnlotlc aja valuable servant, Hevasa bravo aoa uffeotlve soldl-i- r far the Union hi Jm Civil war. His labors upontboSu- IJiriae 'bench cov.r more than thirty roar years, and exo d ithos- - Of any 43ir Judge In ats history. May the aaiaaory of tho service ho has rtindeivd In! rthe and tho high place he has ZufH of his cauiitrynwn hi tip .toimltl- 3,to 'tho blow to you and your family "WM. H. TAFT." Hundreds of other nv wdaiges have ausdvid at the Harlan home during Jvkt day. TThe funeral will bo hold on Tuesday Dr. he Jusiicci's lxaistor, .the Rev. Wnl'noe Radcliffe, of tlw Tsra York Vai-j rrusbytiorlan church, official Ira;. 3Mwj Supremo Court will adjourn lainwiUatdliy aftier convening on Mon- -e; fu-vv- to ma'se an erdi Kentucky's hliur'; tlio otlur vunla to round out a lltitfnie of oJfico In Oao wanf.B FRIED AVI'LIZ CHARLOTTE w biid J Soak four slices tC wlion soft aW- wiAtor ard Add to btviad tlifltj appl 9 pawl-ano of sucut in mall cYoj, gar, a dish vt ii u tn.., and a ptach of salt. Bot two cgiss, wHiI1l8 and yolks sepatiatily. oW and j1x .lliwell fry a spoontul at a tlma in hot Jard. I" Sprinkle lightly with sugar. vy f TOMATO SALAD. office. Onj siand3 alor.o for S'(ni bctjr- nwnt; ,tlw otlinr sianJis alony for personal imjfeSrnent. On.j asks your Toto for TMhat In Is ambitious to accompli sh; tiw other asks your volw to accomplish his ambition. Ona coni nds for iwhat ha conoalvos to be .be. t; th Ctli ir ncoepi's what la ceded to ba exjwdl int One qu'istlon; tlw otbnr has a quudtitJn iKBitlon. about One has a purpoie in his oloction; tlw othfr ha3 his vlyctlon as hi9 puro.-ery 'has a pcslo'joni about 3'ry pose. One iwoks to do an owior'. unity) th Dtlwr sanMthtng for the State; jlvB orortuciltl'os for the do something for him. Onw State to Into Cut s vsittl firm (tomito s iwith dioiipod Inch cubes, eprinkie French watercress and cover with drying dressing. For the Frunch tiiaisrponful ich of mix mustard, ,whlU; ppiier and powder d sugar. Btir up four tablhjil)cpT.Culo.U olL Add xxae UrjbKwpaontul ir.egar, juice and Julw ablesjiooriDul of half a email onion. SWISS EGGS. Dt Ilt caw tabl isjioonful cup butter In of civriri an omVat pan, add half a and slip in, onie at a time, four iS33. S nson wj!,h silt, pvi- p?r and a Email amount of oayenn'. firm When thj wblt.e3 are nearly sprinkle wl:h thrioi Uni taihlcBpoonS' ful of graced dhwt and cook undl tho cheesj in'lta. Servo onu buttovd tca3t, straining the en am ovur the one-quantim ewwwwr turn v.mmfr.mrn upm i ! Cutupany pn Ooxr owvad by Jn byn Meqwfevtl 31, 101, or )mm by it, ad mwi iwrtfceuiwiy M of lu n'W, priwny d tmiMfhtajs hf ev rvrfwrMVer ery clancter and, diaeHs-Uonsituftkid, ivclttd(n Its excMn,) and swltcAi bcwid at HartSord, Ohk Idouni'y, KoRitvoky't of ! 28 miles toil line from Itarttord to Qwieiisboro, Kentucky, wi'i all tlephon s, ifee and lnstrunM's conaioctd tlwriowlth; aiso its line rom Hartford to Ccntcr-toof- n, CeraJlvo, A. B. Tlclwnwrvj.Polnt Pkaeant, Island aud LlVrircnoiV, with and lnatru-- aito conntjct-e- d all its Ua-th'TUwlth; ai'so it llmjs from Hart ford to Render, Wllltamia Mteies, f si SIc-Hen- ry THE CLOAK HOUSE 7 f. V." and Rcki)ort, and oftl lines and Instruments cenn cteJ th roWiTth; also Is RoTsne linos from Hnr'ift.rd to and Honw Branch, Hor-to- n, witith wfiole. disregarding political conse-q- u nwcs eajd: "Th e are my vlaws"; tlvj otlwr with ob3oqulousni sa said: "My views aw whater ywu think they should be." Onu said tha.t he could not nocupt they could any nonnuatlcn unless agroa on a platform; ths other Bald tliat ho would accept any platform if they would agroa to his nomination. If hte descrpitlou 13 fair and accurate, whom should ,wo alest?- You are not experimenting on your- Chamberlain's self when you take Cough Ucmiady for a cold as that preparation has won its- grat reputation sal 3 by its roniarloable and oxtrJiai be ouiya of colds, and can always deponded upon. It ls oiually valuable for adults and children and may be g'jwn to joung children with implicit contldonoe as it contains no harmful m drug. Solid by all druggists. McCreary Will not Answer. Judge O'Rear said that if It iwaa wrong for Jour Damocratix belters to vote for Uradl.-- it was wonsj for Dhtsn to vote for c.3 Uv'J' hid hejn dpilng all along sltea ho had Just ibeen djftoti-.-d for tlw nomination by Btiikhani, and If any one was bribed to voa .for Bivid'y it is a prcipoa'.tionithxthe was bribed '.o tX)t for McCaary first. Judge O'Rwar said he had nslud Mc Onoary either to produce letters In wto'io to ltrt belters or jennlt them to produce tli ai, and MqCr-eaarevaded tlw question by saying lw had 1 Uters from Gus Hichardson and Mr. Karris, tjlling him Uat he had iivritteni thom to request that th y ask itha boltjrs not to support him. "Xow 1 haw glvn Siaitor Mc- C reapy uvony opontunity to fc 11 Iw wirote to thoe ifour nun," Slid Judge O'll ar. "He mrailes that question. I row charge Senator tiliat bj did wiite to thos-- j fou nwu aCtr tlwy had bolt d BeQkham, and tlianl.d tlwsm for having done so and for voting far him." This astiertion cX party pjnfhly on tlw jart of tfcu Democratic candidate tor Gove inor was gremVd with n stoiun of shouts and applause. y rjlf-evidry Jnsaloe Harlan eemd on itlio Court thirty-thro- e oioans, fan dayis.aad had morths and twimty-Eiv- e iw livttd until nx.t June hij would &svj itiUnswd thj p cords of Justic-- j MiiW, who g rvod tldrty-fou- r yijirs, fcx anuallis and 1n t'a), and ChW thlrty-PoIhvjiUw Marslull, who jiars, r mouths and fiv days JnAce Haarlan was born in Doylo wonty. Ivy., in 1S33. WIkjii his ipar-al- r. ulirlstrined him John Marshall, MSf turned him for a givftt Chiof .Btuw of tlw Supreme Court, In .the nao to , tbit btnuo day lie might ne -s-)J ar of butter, add ore of ffour and cook without browning. Add a tablssipoDnful of findy mlncjd swst iven papper nnd a thin sbavlfog from a cloe or garlic. Do not omit the garlic. When Uie still lwpp-is sofit and the flou'T white add half a cup of csvam and Faint Lick Sick Lady. ar. two oups of corn civt from the' Ook till thoroughly heated, or about Paint Lick, Ky. Mrs. Mary Freeman, of this place, says: "Before 1 fire mlnujd3. commenced to take Oairdui, I sufferBUTTJ3R. GR.VP.E Pick th3 g'raroi from the cUJms and ed so much from womanly trouble,, I was weak la'le my so nearly that I was down on IHiit tlwm into a pn sun-inall tho time. Cardul back fthjin bojl with .water sufficient to soift; tKin rub through a colianderor has done mo moro good than any coarse slovo to removo tho sueds. To medicine I ever took In my life." aioh quart of pulp odd 11-- 2 pounds You need not be afraid to take CarComof ougar; boll very sluwly oiw hour, dul. It is no now experiment. henb Ingredivry posed of gentle-actinStir or until tthlok like it burn ents, It has been found to safely reafcon, narieful not Puj In stone or glass jirs. Wtvn lieve headache, backache, and Blmilar Try It for your cold cover with .paraffin and keep female troubles. A-- 5 troubles. ' In a coal place. CANTALOUPE FJIAJPPE. We .want to say a good word for JVxnovie itlw Stefls frfm two melons tihs man who mojts his small obliga-tlac- s as and soup outc tho pulp. Rnu throgh promptly. Thoy are not Thonj should be a pluwtiful os they should bo and the a potato rtcuar. plrJt of pulp. Soften a teaspoontul of man nioedrf MUsttmen, encouraging. of a cupful Df wiill pay but fqwer JVtfl pay )roQ)pi in cold wvxier and then rat ow hot wa ly. Almost "Jiny firm will testify t aXii ifcati f lur .to mijit. Add a" plrl counting the time, pcstagebiolok-fn- g, lialf a cunful of sugar to thii pulp, 10 u? It co3ts all some ajfuuMi with t,he JuIqj of lialf a lomon and are worth to Collect thorn, and atlll half a cup of abrry. Slilr in the the man owing it to thum is ivrfljct-l- y melted gelatin and frez-- . Seird to the responsible in a financial way. It taJhle in flu chilled rind of thimbl-o- n wry often happens that th a worst sincut to repivaent a haistoet wLth han- ner in this particular is tha best dle. able to pay. TO REMOVE STAINS. Sai'.uiutis grass sta'ns thoroughly with kerosine, then put th,jm in tiie washtub Tor Infants and Children, Soak ink stains in sour mlWt. If a dark stain rwma'.ni3, rhue In a wak The Kind You Have Always Bought solution of chloride of illnw. Bears Soak Lilnod stains in cold salt waSlgnaturo ter; th n wash 'dlvem in warm wiaft.r, ualTg pwniy of scap; ftftenwards g g, one-four- th STEWED CORN. .Melt two tablespconfuls a'J Its Uni s and Instnuiavjnw coan.iCt-o- d therewith; nlsoits llns from Hart Cmm-wo'.- l, ford to B aver Dam, Select and Balzotuwn, and all Its llns and Instruments cennjeted Uioiuwith; also its llns (mm D.av- er Bam to Taylor Mins, and all its llnys and iJUtrumyTUs conntid.'ed thoro- xoliang't3 wllh; and all rights-of-wadrop boards and apparatus of every character and dtscrintlcn conn.jctcd with said telephone lines, aod mil other property of said telephone company character and dscnlptilou, of ar mixed; rKil, personal wliother wliethtr In action, .which it mow; D,wns and together with all the nights equity of redemption of the defendants Rough River TVhiphone iGomipa-n- y and and John A. Armstrong, each of thran, into said premlajs.pTop- erty rights, assets and 'fraanahla s. HARRISON P. TAYLOR, Special Cominisslojitr U. IS. Oincuit 14t4 Court. Pr-nt'i- t Of the Green River Territory have held this distinction WEyears and this year will be for no exception to the rule. We have the grandest display of all the new things in Ladies', Misses and children's Cloaks ever shown by us. A satisfied you from our collection. We are prepare ed to do it now. We have always i IA More New Styles and a Greater Variety of Pabfb Than we Have ever Shown The New "Sailor CollarsRough woven fabrics in gray and tan stripes and mixtures. Plushes and Blacks and every style and trim dren's Cloaks. We have what you want. We are sole distributors oi the famous ming. Mothers: Come here for your chil- rfGZa&ffi&&x boll. tho iosi 1ms .ion wiliicJi udmlnk;:ur.a avhlt'!. luild tlw oEfioj oJuld to Chjif Juotf.oe Kd-tr- he did aJ n court lw was oXiu an unflinching mlnari'ty of uin,. ti.yitis of dross would command go.but djviaind from ha th JhsUch fcuip, iblaok '.frock ocat and slournh hat Hf Mintiirpr.d an uluuca coat and straw hat In summer. He vrajs H)mU in his tutis. iHis luonu vcas :h-iit- i a oountry Jkiiuj. llv h.oanio a irwinlKir f Uie "3u- vaiw Court without la fortuwe, and at ii2iltath IdSt a .iw uall . His duvoWon to dwi'y ,wau nuaible. Aa distance of tlds trait was olnc d a Wudntuday.u hon althougji aniro onitarg his serous condition, lie yj2Aid wiltii his jiliysoian to be to attend tlue titon of til; Sntprrnvj Ourt tlw riixl day, teUais 1bsea a oa'a-jo- f the utmost liminortancj urtiwsiitated lUB iiivajuku in Hho cliam- - an iniji.JHdont. Jastioe Ilanim was brn in Uoyle nvr Good Farm for Sale. ys-ito- Containing CG acres, on Beaver Iam and Hartford pike, one-ha- lt mile from Beaver Dam. Good five room housa, good out buildings, 8 acrsa du wood land. Plenty of iwator. and fruits of all kinds. Also will soil horses, cattle, hogs and fanning Implements. For further particulars call on, JOSEPH It. W1L.LIAMS. 10t4 Heaver Dam, Ky. HER WEIGHT INCREASED FROM 100 TO 140 POUNDS. bktT. tlcva'a wo3 about lilnt a 1chu sens.) of hujjiorw Wonderful Praise Accorded Perunathe Household Remedy Mrs. Maria Goortz, Orlenta, Oklahoma, writes: "My husband, children and myself havo used your mcdlclues, and wo always keep them in the house in ease of necessity. I was restored to health by this niediclno, and Dr. Hartman's advice and books. People ask about mo from different places, and are surprised that 1 can do all of my house work alone, and that I was cured by the doctor of ohronio catarrh. My hus band was cured of asthma, my daughter of earache' and catarrh of the stomach, and my son of catarrh of tho throat. Whea I was sick I weighed 100 pounds now I weigh 110. "I have regained my health again, and thank I cannotMay you enough for your God give you a long life adviee. sad blH your work." Candidates to Contrast. ils tlu oor4jraat bi- twcta the two candidal slot Govunnor JHoii ) T Hudo by Mr. John 13. GaiTiwr of In hie ijbqueiiit at calling In wh'ch without uawes he portrayed Ju,d O'lltiar ind Scaator MDvary to ,wvH tliait Wjry "body rucognla.d tho pleLunj.) wltliout beli iold Vfh'xh was wh'xlu iHrw is ay Mr. Garner Rlza m Ww two lh sh .artJifliwn: CANDIDATES IN CONTRAST-(OnIs poslUvo, uqtlvo and pnogra-saw-; thj athr U iwgjl'.lfc, jiaaalvo e nni Tietnogrojiii'ivo, OH) has ik!s catyjr of usfuta.ai In Improvements thereon in tux'town of rJeawr Dam, Ky., wild - Wng 60 foot front nnd running ifak 170 feot and located on the East 8We of Mar-n.aand - fronts, Street, which adjoining being Just South ojf'and lot No. 1, in hloclM, viz: in faqttt Notice of Sale. & end of 2nd, is Inwnedla,tiely Pursuacit to the terms and Stawt clng tiheJua propartiy of a Judgment In tliy United to JaawalcNutt ,hy 1. P. Dar- - of six ior oafttum lcr annum, from ct hard amd wife,y &A daited Manxrti' the 20 day of Jutw, 1904, until paid. States Court for the Wbern Kentucky in the action of 30, 1905, and" record In djed book Aleo .tho sum of $9.S$ whldb. la the of Edwin' P. Rue (ell at nl., plalntlffs.vs. 30, inage 320ulo County .Glank'a of, aajiie Count 'wan adjudi to th.m for Rouh iRlvvr Te'.ephaae Ctamiiiiy et floe,. whiohpa',ld,I1 to our oonimiaad, ttwir towto In that twhfclf (xpudl, al, deftadauts, I will on. Moiniayhe you have iksi Into your hflads, and wheeoof S. P. Darnus &. Dw. , hath tvoiAlns in your hancX lvcoyTidd Bxi.ieutloa against Ww said 30tli dy of November, 1911. at ntoon which In Hartford, Ky., kx front of he uiMoyRs aou have owftyM to the JaHv.B McNuk by vrtiw of a Judg-mw- tt of She Ohio Ckvuk Court, aad Rough RUm- - .Telephone vxchae of- Judj1 t ol"" Wo ClreuH Court, to Ud, siums of moay fice on Main street oxpct'e to Hilt t mjfiy E. P. 'UarrMi and B. C. Iw- - khtkt you bt,v ik suid lnln bui- - hufoTK) tlw Jud4 of our said Cout,at public aitd T, iiartBwrs cKuaiV auetlon to Uw Uw Court IhMMj In ltarttoiKl, Ky., the best bidder tor cash hi bond, sa,W S. 1, BariMM & Brbh., Mm awn of Nov. IS, 1911 to BfttUTy the tr followlug dieeerlbed pnacKy, 100,08) Om IlundiVtl and Do- - PtAhntWs iht, intei't and oot All of Wdo trcHerty of Ww 'Kouilk Rforefald, wkl hkvs theft and tlhciv with tetwt this.onhtWwit lllwr Te'ioBJe Oouuay of eywy lid Rub sowing aiaahlno oil istalns with lard; lfit stand or aaveral hours and tlvin wn.:h wllih cold wiatrT and eoap. Wt sconoh fi'jalns, th n nub wilth soap and bleach in Itlu un. alcohol, Wasdi iodliw staln3 with then rinse in soapy waiter. thoroughly Souk Iron rust aSalns wl'h lrimon julce;sprinkle wltih salt a id Uljch for seieral hours In Uw sun. ny g Hct wu.'Kr and muve gru-iaspot staiin3. if HixKid by long a'andlng,, uek) either, ohtorlfkwm or napitiha, taking cane to us iiono fcaUdnjr firu or of ithiso njmadilcs artificial light. Scak tan and catfe3 e'alr.u in cold water; .wring wdl; spread out and pour a fyw drops of glyoerln over kflch iot. Ijet aand eiovieiial liooirs and then wash with cold waljr andtwip. Stnjtch the fabric cuuiiaijnlins Tmlt Brains avmr a ibasln and pour boiling watur on tlw Haln. Jf Wn 'Hialn has buen ClxeJ iby inoisVxt, soik tihi article in a miok solution of Dxallcmcid or hold the spot tho fumivjs of sulphur. Saved Her Own Life. Lebanon Jet, Ky. Mrs. Minnie Lamb, of tills place, says, "I believe I would havo boan dead before now, had It not been for Cardu' I haven't had one of those bad spells since I common cod to use your medicine." Cardul Is a specific medicine for the ills that women suffer. Cardul Is made from harmless vegetable It is a safo, reliable modi- cine, successfully used by suffering women for more than fifty years. Try It for sale at all drug gists. - A2 to-d- ay PALMER GARMENT interest in nishing the best makes tfie best terials and the best styles. Ladies'-Cioak- s We take special furma- sp a TheCommonwealth of Kentucky. To tho Sheriff of Qhhio County. Gixw'tog: Wa command, you that you expose hn rill. to-wi- lt: Mines' Cloaks JViildren's Cloaks , $3 to $30 ....$2 to $15 $2 to $10 u iciKqfjh ,,f tevmi AfloMnflf , We want you to see our Showings A oirtaln lot of ground, lylnig runi b.Cng in Ohio county, Ky., w'th a'1 E. P. Barnes & Bro., BEAVER DAM, KY. tlita writ. WUhim B. G. Darrass, Cle?k of our wild Court, at the Court Hou atar- sa'd. this rd, day of Oat 1911. E. O. BARRABS, OWk. Cr. by ?B.27, Ne-- . 12, iw)i; s.00r oir ata con-d'lllo- ns con-vey- iDls-tnl- f ju ay 14, 2, Jus $2.50 1906; $8.00, An. M, f2.00, OaL 13, 1905; $2.00, Jim. 19; ft.00 X ' hll)it to-wt- w, $.oo, ""i1907;.w. Jn.Apr. iut;1&0T; $4.00, 16, 13, jvrf). S)t 12, 1907; $h00 .91907; Jutw $.00, 1907; $.00Oat, 12, 19W8. De. 3, 197; 39, Attwt: 14U K. Q. DAKRAJW, C o. C- - ? LkV. V KHHW