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UNEARTH DEMOCRATIC PLAN TO BUY KENTUCKY FOR MXREARY TICKET Cincinnati Detectives Uncover Vast Scheme for the Purchase of 2p0 Registration Certificates in Every Jown oTMore Than 5,000 Population in the State. Panic Seizes .Upon Negrdes ":Tbey. Face Arrest . . ftejmbJicim F DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS -- OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY. Subscription $1 per Year No. 16 .briglu. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, K In Owtmaboro buarniosa. L. B FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1911, wilith iracimfled tranctacllng knipoittfttii, lia cii1atln(g'a raaltijnoi nd "At. URGE 4 Heard Hon. Ed. P. Morrow Speak. .$ V, x pno3peci3 for a good months work. cnrollmnt and on Bast iMalit Alosfers. S. A. BraT.rcihjr irif. I y lloavrltt, of iHarWand, to (wfetro W (rt3 iM!an-da- and TiWedaiy, and Jlr. (tt.iaivilln d llvunod tain niWu nddmte Alosldey niyhti a largt nnd lnt?Ulg tttii. audlonoj day idglv iMrs. S. W. Rca3 land Willie, of dloolc pant, visit) d thair daugbtlir, Jlrs. U. 8.' iFauglut tihls WHk. Rov. Wa'aon dllwrsd avxiny ffio.rcl-bl- g eormem' at iUirj M. BX hurcb Sun- Anbor Day iwas obajmiod (Friday October 27. Thu pupils, pa'.rons and fnur.ls astsi mliUd on Coll hill mt 2 p. m. and for an hour tin chUdrun wvjro Lusy fHUing hero and tlwr, trrAVmaklng flour gardms, aluiging songs, and il-"aiifpnupniaito to the occasion, wjliiload-mir:ng patron- - and frlnods dooked on and ,'houglijt It was gcod ito .bo ). a s-i- BENJOHNSON Said That People I A "swnSas ot ,wlll (Uigin tlw Baptil-i- t churoli Fjddaiy mllghti Rovs. Bnunritt' and Browxt t. Hurrah fcr O'Jl ar, tip gq.ja cur hait Tiwo Iflowvr gardes At .Hartford Saturday in Interest and nlroiWin 'tiv n iwino wiena plautoU For Governor of Kentucky Rather Tho TruaVitt liavj reads many of The Republican '.f Than Have McCreary about tlw bui'dinff arftl at gnounds and wo fodl that Roakpontlrf by Ticket. Qther Charges. making d tt'r.hdy ouo.VilonaI growy'h. V ' W., R. OA11SAN. Th,o ReipubUean Who Sell the Slips' for $3, as Used . Dictagraph is Secured. Former Blacksmith Saved Many ford la t Saturday Souls. iJIadlsohwilV, Ky OdtobT 30. A,fa- mtl!arfilgui:)ortjnut.-nIit.hfa ajcrtlan fip'aWng ln Jby Hart-Ed- . tHj Men. Good Farm for" Sale. acn-s (Prom Loul&vilie 27, 1911.) Confessions of and Irregularl-s'jalk- s Lextagtca, Ky;, Qa'ab;3r 27vScandal VristfgatUn cf the aHflg--of tnii LijuuvIIIo Cunferor.oj of thr ilhroMgh KniUiicky and thirra,- - tts Jiroughout tho Qtaite, and It was JtAliodtoi Clmiixih, Is t.h V Lia'ihdan. ens to overthrow tho carefully told, lamata! what if such acylan wi ro not Rjv. IIl Utta In Look out for Queer Bills. Qliristlafi couniy, but b.lonigii to all ..plans of Uamacras ito buy itibt Ifartih taken ((here would Ow Tvlulis giflj..TCa,orIal and iTrfataftfiv-- j nst3 of rhoto agahut whom ovldwao-- rants, ivhiTo oouni'.jiifo l(hi3 "This Is a dangerous tiijkiiEg minis Conimit-.alnady ha bj:n sjoinwl. election, 1wl Ufo ihavij b,pn saijwL TJw Itv. prompMy at Iotm o'cQnokntt lihu Oount Mta aiicuiatKJ to UMaJie,' toys hero today fltatT). S. anting Clhiimf Jlargnn of iiir- - soor-'- t tur-- i Uai'inm waa It was UNABLE TO tilVK BAIL. of Uk Hous.'. am John3onT jmanaigur cf itho Jahmrm Ij- - f I'ho arrefct of SaraHobn rvvas mode a3nirorunj, LuCsrvi d aja&uuplyiias-to- r warn-lin- g Tlio iavsi icouirtt ntiam was flblPd to vioce Jn a oiroular issiued tuciivo, ivgianoy of Cllnalnnail, Unas 'had at his saloon Xlonday night by Shyr- tJ n dollar ifor 0. Iuiub to a new counTl-inn-ila capaoitiy and dazjns of pi)li if y nfl5. aw.cricirg thhnoug jff S32U, who tcck htm b'tiro Coum ,IIe waa borniniar Ella'onKiy., nai-l- y wuro a.andir.5-- bojvg ,urta(b) to Cind national bank note. U 'is on tbj a iacarre.of Anglo and London-tltuiii-s nlnaty out the H'ate for the ikfot two .wijjks, ty Judge Sco'jt. Unable ito ..furnish Na'Monul and cqnua fam a vaoamt ea'U Juuj aiorepiw iwwS In th $1,000 bond under thy:ch-h.gaUirjnlng nvudonoo and ntfiidavllts Bank of San Francisco and bia-stl- u was held' a faflrlly wf unusual tongtivi y. 'His by Hon. E. cases to rwu on maw a wjii iprisuwr mas cuiunutieu to fcne tolh-- r lvach-- d ihn ng of 101, 1M wurd who madi a iroU n3M talk. Xtr. pontrat of William JIcKinin'. It Is "' ex- - giiandtatihw 101 and his gnsat-gran- d courn'y jail to awa jt pt I! ml nary courts. XIuVipw klr-,- n and to gin- life sp iah mad iho s ru'es of 1902-0- 3 IjjVr B . it is prinud fixnn jiholo-gnip- h The anwat here cf Hi S. Sarasohn aiurnc'Jjn. fattoar 103. Bjfory uitt'-ninilio fcM his aiidij-tml- i ittbo milnito- - for (jmo 3ila-iwas 4il- opening gun tin th,s crusade tiolwd platils of good work- IK. was a vHi p.Tuljat atWi'ion. NoBJ ot rtho dora of ithn "crganu- - fjry m worked as a blacksnrjth. agalnat .tho alkigud plan for a whiale- - VkMoii" PWillij'S'invliigitwjnity-cn- ) cliarij.-i- s h' unanuinuus of Mvmyrirn (ibn1-- nuuiiaMp on treoipkiaas of iwper, b- txinwrity Ito aipir ia sale Tjurchuitu of i!hm yl (ciUoie a,Ml offr to go on, SarasohnVs .band, adfljd 2.CU5 niomWriS o tiho illlullat Uilj apiili (was jl rgamt, fondlbli and tw.ijti whtoh dilk thivaus liaie biii dJatnAutiyd." knqwn Sonw ln. ago it. bjcamo thoughi" f u'l'y t .raTtfxjd amd fJi i Jt htS languished to o. cell attuho Jail Church, Vtnefcujd 1,200 fuivi-nld and d jOporato at nn juight. 4yhat DemoicnY,'c lzswj-irteunfid,-ni- i marnMl SIC cnupUs. lUr- tol?-- s groat .' In Brooks-SouthartW lack of unUtudaun for itha X!c - iTu aday mornlig James G. , plasuw .ln''a1lnisln,goldfottgq'(t',n aonga much K.art htiis nui.i & fxn Judfei Tlw mainrlosKJ tf XIlss Or wy ttcskMt .docid,! It would b3 wll0 Flonnoo Jwars nwiufcoiiBas--- l v by arid nuu'Jnig Jjins ohapfera from the MjrrR.v's apcJi. neossary to erit two hundred negro ltoj .'orgMuznitilcnW to defend a mini- -' Blbl NdiwilUia'andilnglho haa iboena Southard Tbb Sau Insult wuro di'B3U3ji a; liivol.8 and Jlr. Talnraso resignation oanbifica-- in awry mown r otdJMaUQdvVA!ftmuf&nas ap wldowir .for aamo juars, in 1ms Jwai IjngUi, nct n nlinslri Ieju JLijlnBomlt-twdfib- y was qui'yiy Lolemnizwd Sumduy aCUr- tuoon at 8 o'ctook in. tlio piksnino- of tf uw 5,000 inhabtaulu tn Ujj Stttc .UiCoiW Judgd Sca'A and mltf At man ! ad five Hi mm. Juilgi XUrixiw, nnd tcucial Ur.-iu omajr w dnauiw r.tu3 psaanqn nn incur lad ,b.vn onipJojwl to was cull d io cili Dimsori(fe a fiv frimdsj and r'lpititves hy ilv, (Sani Lra'"i'" Jdrrjyijjwkjr , which ,was- jjorpjtnaiwd A. B. Gardner ait 'the Ivrnw of the 4S'iilin and would Ilka to Kiigu--i tlw The 1911 Tobacco Crop. oC fluis OmII. quosi:lon.of,a upanlw nVJa ins ct K in'ucko n I iw bnicU's unolr, liuputy. Sliwulfif. s- . Tlw 1911 tokatco croi) or t.lio liiiitwil ojsstully WI12& ihut tto.uu wao Tjo foar Judgo SwJitiUa&ruiviil iMr. Denary tihat ar3 ago. Hj Eihaw-i- d whro th KljjAin, of Beaver D.imi, K)-. hf t, Aif,lur.d the o.'i'emoiny Wii bniAil pir-i- y nnmniii'ijprtia orwl Stiariii3, vhtt,, laitm as compaivsd with Djmocsr.Vjj i htvivn had arrangivid' itiha fcsgisia-fcl- v left for Simmons, Ky Uw luinW the a'frflin'u to cornuQJt th; idotoraro thj bail proposition,' and Blr. n siny Uu ciiunafiu cioTB tf formr disilois of Kentucky bj Uutonn of thii erojun. (h igmt in itlw gnualiijr Dtimioaraitio and 'tho dnEytlgafJon ot DWdtlviO John- - t away, pnomlalrs fro n .turn ia!,v. wCl bd ivdlb' 20pvront cxp of 1910iniJ bui;)i UiMUer-iugson and hils assistant has rysuWied ana and Thu dq'kollvws say Itltoy tovo has as much ijpn 'intailton as Both Jlr. and Mrs. Scuthard Xlr. Johnson Js empluitlc in his biHutu ajvjn vaVxa dn tlilo laaigrtr or Repub- very popular In thuir community and la tnao-jiiwe5MaUoii3 oa',wuida llWajr- - that Sxnasiuhn eaxurd tho iiosktti'a-a-S- a thu jil Id wiill 'lj conrfdfa-aibl- y if ma tor XlcClnmiy consent, po'jjiw and olhw cffl-'tio- n tliau was pradlctrd inriy ln 'Ui3ti-asi- i. lican. dUAnlcts. In 1893 Alu Bjmoaiia's liiumibir ithajr friends by their acquaiin ll chat S neroas and Jflcsitw of O, ongy Rqsb, a no-ed to b oania tlie ben iflicJary oS n poiThj ifiigiiwa are frum tlij ojjw-fuil- y in t and divld jd KvX.r.ucliy Icto oa,s tan cc. cju,is in KMWJkio j,n win o.Bro ,for flho aum of $3, sailing" lhiy litical campaign like nhait. domination, jw raced nipoile cf thu Enqulror' hundn d ulidjrio'.s anil Jn ai'ranai.ng havo avi-ra-l wltnisi3 'Who will Xlr. Jchmscn funth mM that Resolution of Respect. oanr fiponCuni'B in tho variious counties M11 m thu-- filxtd dlsda'ais uhM ito jthat Kirf (ct. IMC'nAQUAPH USED. way: landirg tho fact tlwut ho v nnd To Itiia of Hoy a and 3iii:jnib(ii or Itontucky. Ob'o, lndfaiui and- - all They madii. tmvhn dlsitnla's, of nhn c ntTjflctato-o- f Ro.s iach " Thmugih ilh'a uw of nkiJrio tihuuiandis of other K mMicUjams have and U.accn 1xJe.o No. 273, j. O. O. F. th) '.mportont pnuduclnig loomltora. Tuufl liavlng ony Count . Tin tolal Xoiind In ,tha iqclcfjt of Saraaaha Ujen Tiukdng these cliar,gs against Bivj'ii'nn: uur IVunmi'e tha diictagnai. tho luywterOous insiru-anoc- it .wihon ar.iKatod an hour laWr, tosi'ilwr reports Iniacaiu a Wul harwEitLd uiva g of khij itwhni about 129,-97tho crowd which ds r eaiui,b'j for s'jaiiitllnig and wh"icih wps so ,to dmfit Rrjsolutionis cxpiiS- of itnbacoa in thy United 9ja,trs of Hiidir-ajwiirh lilw cwrtiitlcfltM of John Th y gaiip (JlCt,x i'jw'iv Oouni'jles his cand-docJlr. JtcCrary hlnisolf used in tba Lf.oMial'uru erafi S77.GS0 acinas. As oowtrnohd Willi ach a 11 iiira n.'aitihv; tho amalilkat slve of ,tlw fu i'ili:gs of 'lib nunibeW was Eo'ih taro now in bo tnaj-tiili- i romalTBd olljiit ur.n!l tills good ka433(ln Co'iurabu3, O., Uw'xxitlva John of ithls ledge on thy duUi'h of our b -thu brsv planing of 110, tills dd a ono haivinig 8,000 pjipuliiiion; nha st (cf .thi oumi, ib'dus'lioVl as (ttvldencw. hour as to J1J3 panVolp.ition in Uia son fiuccddded In &jaunlng oontaona I T,Vi- loved bnuMiir, Jas. D. Ball, who mas ona a liittU owr 12,000. Dwa-y- t! nil am kl' In lilnwa ill ,n ni'fl do:uuo of 272,200 acn3, or slightly Ur Gijai". B O'ond Oat. Is;, nia.tur and has not y.it se.n fit froma.numlwrofUwmiqjawihohad or ;. mo:-i- t)han 23 iptir OiMit, oi'jj of .tboi tiwelvo CountiiB ojntul;a WM n ,Rogi. wu;v culled lm'o the make a denial of his parti oipaiiou Lta:i.,m ,,., sild tiudr votan oartlMoatoJ. ,v, Notwllhatandlug'-iilrlargd iftoixtafiio, Djmocraitlc and eo iwas tlw Ltielslatu' 1911 'b'g to ftiport as follows. wllrlu,Ma .., hm .., ,, . .... In .it iwiliille thi'wliolj thing was livi.a iaj .la.ku. i. v.u WhLVD: It lias plojunl Almighty ciwn all- : itaul appaVoniKt ykld In tho Uiidto jhat paia Wtion oomiionuo .wwui cuvir d itrojisaofcjon canfroni'.til d tiiat bill. Then, iih?y Guid him dene ito a cmv his mm-inaidqwn by a Btenograjr , to HOs; Ini1!i.ie wlsdani (to call . Sta,' a appnoxlmalwj 742,000,500 (pounlds. onatid twilvii mher dl5ir!ct3, ft pbBa kj.t'n at tl: ojj.t of iKwaOblo jfid ot Uto dlctUgnaph, liome cur bil r, Tb.'r.'fono broth 29 Ocurj'ios, having a poim-latlo- n iSlwJiilf Sauit afir,r itho artjt and Tho 1910 yfcdd is vaUnuq.Jd wt 830,878,, ht tlw ot,liyr & &Ml of tlw Ijiemvcru! tie lunty uwxt Uj It, many of itlu iHWi" ,U"HM' , cam mli. meat of Saiuaohn (o jail fil G90 ipaunds, anld tli 'Would make a do ot aibout 483,070 T Ivaa 29 Novjoiibjr. R3olvkxl that wlv.Ji we d Mp!y ed wJibli itho county judxoth itwoor-tlftcaiV- ts d onjasj In tfiMQiopor liJiJ ijxr of 18S Counitio3, upon, an equil pro nat'adJs-tnUmtloXlr. JolniEon funtlwr siaJd that it in Uw Iceis of our Broth r 1aj bow In tho coauioHs of Dom:aticy m saiJd to liairu boon (akwii 718105 imiinda, or about 20'ipar aait. iwvihj cnititkd to 21 was his filnu if that (Ihe people .rUimatj of tho lmr- A conyjn-ptityX town atfi'cij.Hl. from itho puolwits of tilio jirlsoiifir, Thy 'Wmi nbbi.l pf fo huiuble submission to the ilhiinnr who got XlcOiwnry Into the irace now kuowlikg ilhat om' IKvi'tiily ItU-omayN now St timih ua who viaim to haio tejun SUra- - 1 y acr-agi- , Thx annourtcomdntt that iJio dn?-- a: prtff r a Republican to b Ui3 Thoso" !lly W glv3n only i2 Jtark' It iihixb doi'H ell itilvlns wtH. ' Uvea aro arfnod iwltli affidavits fn6m 8..1,if S icuro 1U.-'- S' Kk.mtuoby, 142,033 amva; Indi- that itho Sireit gnsup of 12 ,wull twB- Goni rnor of ICn.ucky ratter .tlinui CumnH'iis Ro.olv(d .fuiidljr (that In tlie dea.'.'h a iiumbur of aignoowij who hawi eold tlfy rfhai ittW hlm "la.Cy c ln ana, 9.C70 acnj3; Ohio, 20,760 ucivw; contained 129,974 poipuLatjion. richer XIcClKiiy or Xlr. Adams orany Tim of Bra ilwr BaU tills Lodse lias lost otili r tliMli- VJi)C YJrgiinia and qcaitoniag has oau.jd a ipaindc iaiiians, last group 483.G7G; mnaniag that l'oclt,whcuo;lt is 2 in 0J1 r wordis, that his ,walst 00 a fau'inful niriniibr, tlua" family a kind Ultimo who got In itho. Damocratlc oamj), .both hniomg wi'wn ttw . ac iOpfiOO aon. .Tlw harniatJ U"" aciyj-ag- .j into pooaUr ot Koa'jucky airi3 nibsioauto-l- y lr. lit .was l4m and leMlas limLnml and fa'.h-u-- . , thoeio ftvlio ihavo bewn ongaigied ln tlini rt in 1910 was, 284,000 aoivs. tMn. by pranilge of fnuaualal tlio 'disfranch!E.d nnd not JVp resented ousud wua nrnUid. fsSanasolm was iRosdlvcul furitliler that a copy of work of buying- up iugtatutatJion and and uvdlgious blgary iwon j Jook-IIn thair L.igla'atun-- i Not only tliat iiiry pn ti 'o' Inquirer. hound owr Uw grand upon the lw tpi-eith iso among itho it groaj iiUo wiiro not ony to tlie ekictlou of a Hepublican but tho tennHtary ropiV9eiwt.id by tho mlunUis of iur Lodge a copy b ajnt GoTOrnor. .to aciriii $3, flw piwalllng Wir3 Republican Speakings in Ohio la'it,x grucai gilvfs 7,034 eq. miles in to WW coum'y iapera for pubUcaiitosi a pnlod for itjhio of vqtliw. CENT.ERT0WN. oxc ss of tho Wljlwr and 01) last terCounty. and a copy to ba &jint U) the ber.eavi.id The crusade was stantod Oct 3 iiwst- Nov. 1. U, S 'CauKlit, our ritory Is almost oxolualwly Republl-cai- n family. SELECT. dind Eunocg itlw cltio3 iln iwhtliehoan-ifaartc- c Jlldgo R. R. Woddlng and .Hop. Ot,wiook on Abls diir poiilUcs Judge Xlorruw maslT, iwas Hum 3)x Oat. 31. Rev. A. B. GardiKir W. L. FISHER, to C. Maij'jm at SchixcideM Soluool-houand affldaviltis luaiio bjen do-- ) a husim laiuiip, a'so jiuLniti'jd out tluait .the D niocratlc by R,iv. Birch Shields Is holdROBT. YOHAJU , Fn!day ndi&ht, Nov. 3; Hoi"j gpollhlndiara ourd aro Frankfort, Loxlngton, Ash air, A. , PlulmnKlrA"la",', m mui-uus beUoVo ing a nwe,'jliig at pre in Rlvr at (hly A, J. WAKELAND, Mouwt iHopklnswillo, Un inj:ichanitetmadkj I', lamid,ovum. StorJln etvuatatiw triip BraawiliSa'unday night ,Nov. 4. tliat aityOii-- cloao of UxUmms admln-is.tauliwrtUmg. Committee. Umxu4i Sout.h)enn lndkM& ' ."fW WiJ2k v Hon. XI. Lw H o,vrin and Col. C. Xt thero mas a balance in tha Xllas Glaudt) JaniiM lias tyjiw to Hanidwecin, Shgf'byviIHo. OaitKj'Jtoburg Tlw twork oh onr n)JV tee w1 Ibuud-I- n Banwtt vitWAbAtidwin, BatuiUaiy Nov. tivusury ctt $1,180,03.72 but h HintTo ray Friends. Weir Olty, ICaiiMis, wlwro she will 4, 1 p. in, At; RosIivj, Sat,uixkvy night, JQ11NBOX ia JtBTLOUNT. la pixro:ialn KiSaJly,fl,ni Durn' light liioro fls wl.iij tho Soma unknown friend lias nomlna be gone for some ed that time. ,,1!nn' Nov. 1. Donvociviiic Eipoataons atop. Tlh'y d.u t(4 pio as Wihtm ehn at h'a ihotiil .haw. to- - flounkig niill is nw caii llwu QUo C. Xlantin spolw in tho In a candidate In the content nob go Ainther rtixl hjll Us Lbat iJwrC ntebt D. S. Jounwon, haad ot tlia bo'Ji cf nwhlch will ib afwuldJ V $ WHITESYJLLE Ifor die ipiano tliat la offered by Fair" toriel of tho Rjpublican 'Picket at U-rUtnmwI d'jeoUva amcy wMolt is to our Jitlu itiquin. also outstanding uinpadtl tMamwnts & bor Co., ot Hartford. As 1 am engaged Oak' Grove Thursday lilglit, Oct. 20. ' day (wa obaorvfd nt 6. Jl. Gfailnw aiud, Jlw, E, if. 'Wbcy'1" OciLniaklDg the lnwt4aton, wW mwso thj school lwro and about thirty lci olaims for mabcrlals urjuluhMdi and ln 'teaching fdiool noar SniallhOuaet Ho niadu a good tptieah ami (t ' wu3 oiMiwwing Uw JiHuaHou Jbut fl- - wru ,wujir,Mu jirs. aaw uonnwatoa,, to for servioos porfonmid and owing It wiU be impossible sugar tm Muiy Uogra MJ it olU. for nia to imake ttWll tV."CelV'L Uado, ifeh'ia wvjk. naUy drotMd iUt hk opmtlwji specific BU)pnoj)iilatiana amounting to an, iMr. J. J Sjewant, Coshwr of tho active canvas among nty frienda. ', twhlnr.ua a fins ohotjlj. Mr. C!ydj waln and wlfy 1m r? .J baan at work ,te wvwml Kuoky Jl.339,284.00. Thus, insti.twl of tew- and I 'would liOjUW bo grateful if thoy would Gronnwwll Bank, vas a,t Ids .yarii Millar and Jlwanard Taylor ing iiha Republicans a $1,000,000.00 tqwna for nwy .a moath tod Khat feurn.ad homo oMr vWAJngr frkinug' ftC do all tlroy can to hiii mo win tills Saturday. 5 (bulk ui&i .banw this fall. ( t the waulte ,ol Unj4r combined work Poia, itlUDy wiro aoaomjMwikd Jmhuo WvUi01! auni'Jiu UJnn, of Colorudo, is nocJclosslyaa the DjmocraUo Etpaalt-a- tia piano.. Any asatotauico wiU bo gnjatly iJIiaa Oullio iXIon-I- s vJs'.ttd frVaulrf by Mtoe Baflm ShuWa. " lmd.bddii, vry twtUtaeiory. OrfrVY aUcigwd tiny n inlly hit a aitavv. at Oneen River from Friday until XI011 nifti.vu-(iMr. tolwflt Bennett and MnUly Jhov m- Ha d4nUtod ha had wkMnud'n, licit on January C, 1908, of 159,223.37. CORA L. TJlOXtASSON. day. UK MTHft.t iWVIUiuim and stater EJtlf Judtfg Xlorraw paid an dloquout itrlb "W of HfttkU ilrom bm(ww who movwl ito our town. ! A Large crowd hard Hon. E. RJV v4lttug xtiw K. Rowjv, of JIoIJni7-- , Is vtelt-U- g ol ,oC' Jtafty "Wl sold rpaUtraMon otHoftta and P. i ute tlw lUpublicaiNi nonhliAw for Farm for Sale. Myrt,)M BttrfU JlornoiW ut Cromwell Friday h4w ihte mWc. might, would ,b ariiiftMw)oil dv- ntald there QovrnofiUdgo 0'IU'ar,buViIn whoro Mr. John V Omwt who lwt Uw KtM vAmu .Afr'Hosr ,XtWkn 'aad &iily, of he" was tf.iclulmpllall or amd for feho 170 aorerf of Rough Riven bottom lie Is a great orator and Jcft a good vtoinvto all along Impression. Mrs. Awnunda. 1m got twady to njvrtftg iMm VhAowMAoa alok for mohw Mai4 to IWitw at this IWMh, IeopWwd jnnoii'ut Judge OH tar'a lanuL Ail cleared and well Improved. " wmHIhk. Next Tuesday Id cArccHou nnd lot SimwafltB. Good reatdenoo, baxna,, outbuildings, lm uliyfyly )wwt lit ihamd. "fcKIH.1 ry tAnie brouliit a tinui iwane every Ruijiublican go bo tjba iiallsnnd iJliwU (Vody It bcKsafle kwovw. MnU to Mim Quota' CW.r who Um Imto, tS r A "jwwtwwWd. ihtttotf bfighvs At PM - doua aiifiUuM Xromv 'tlw tonnoaas audi-Wo- j. walls, etc. Teruis tvsorabloj luolp ktieii Qhdo count)- - ,wh,sie it oImmMi tlMVtMrd BunkfeyR. IK XIARTIN, tlw CI nhHoia yttortoy'aalUii on tJw Ut-- iip aftOM. bf 14.UT LoiitfS. .byV Kov. Q, Mm. J. G. Jaalmpa mw IParrtfonJ, Ky. xttaad Ih NvHWMr, oH4HcfA otlho fliU aetd 'wa Iota fiplniMd mot: iwaA fumtoWd for jntfmliivl" wilk vv W IWMMM, Of EHiOy: vr- - turn iber iwvttnt 1MivA1 , odtiiM for X'ttnua 400 Bushels of Apples. Mr. AVva tMfrwv h,1 J(m. 101 MHiMr nijtf.ai lat.-QuV- ja Uh oowimi hy Uw .Tayloi' iM hoUragmd k'teru nio oatlro Iuuvhold and IdtnUea Cokireid. Hwwf JUaiL " bto 4wtWNT oa Ms. jwU I wiU have 400 ibuaboto of Liw ap- furaiturw of my &04110 for ealo. Call Mr. tem llttl. ot MaiiMwt.wMhi 41m trojeuibic attoraftyw of avawl Mkk a JMUHUr-Jhices at tbo I, C. kHot ait Dearer on mo for ivinUculars. KMkpdrt School Notst idae ' wou'ittlfM rwall Iw aVod to oll for tttto wwk viUa hto jmnidt Ovun FnkUy and Sajtmnuay. $1.00 per atltioiMfed Ui Sunday imnoioI oo4ivtlo Tine JtofiMoiit. Oiwled, Sehool MIHB iHAJLl UUW'ti, 15U m IVittvlUo Sunday. 30 buWjl, A. SBVAiUK, ilart&wid, Kyf ito third luoatk work Oetwiwr ntod vrjuid jurW 'tor a prompt ln-- K, H. . QooptoJl auA A. L. Horn y. d Brii-rcoio"blu3-pjnailcd" j j r ,i Morrow, of Sunwrfott,, wiaa onu of thoXmoyt lair&'Jy KVjjnidjd polttloat pptiaWngs In itbs Couraliy' (Ms yijar. S.H'iundiaiy jmwn Judgj Moimnw mtrl-ieins'from Crompitill "vribaw he npola- Prtidny night tp a. laftigy audiaio". H w.os'Viati-.'iaJni- -d ilui) in Hanttondi at thvhomn of Hon. It. 11. XIaity.n, (who Is Chulrmpji of ih--i Counliy E toutiiu-- Coa.iairo'xig 1C2 aoros, 62 bottom land, good dwelling, igood out buildings, good orchard, two good barns one iterant hou& Twrnns Call on or addross, 13. V. AUSTIN, 15t4 Hartford, Ity., R 2. o. njr r t , ai.-Wo- od- a iu - jd . ipub-ILon- ns d. 'D.-nny- s b-- d - . jtu, w-,n- Washln&ton, Jun 20. (Sp c'al.) DLcustfng tile IC ntucky iiioUilcal sit uation, R'iiireii(n'.atie Bon John3on nrario a pripiiuy efaVmi mt RjfairSng to lilw anticb (11 last Satur day's Ijoukivill Tlmus, In iwblclr Xlr. McCreary Is quoted as liavlne toid that he an '"ad" in njftrtnca ito Xlr. Johnson, itlw Fourth d strict Rrfpres'inisiiliive faal Clhut he wus eni'imly mtlsried (h.ii on j of Xlr. JlcCn-jaiy'chljf lui'(.jc!nnia Inspired It and other publications of lllio iv and ithat S aiaior XfoCn an' lillm-se- 'f was 11 siKmis.blo for a wide circulation throughout the State of Kentucky of the aniicl a. Xlr. Johnson furth'repuidu4:aitllj wa. on Irnly sat's-fUiac (iho I'lnin (hat Xlr. XlcCreiry .b canv a candidate far Ui Deaioocratc numilna'don for'Gov- rncir, that Iks wen Id not ihavj done so r'XC nit tliat he tad dlie inroniise of an abundance of niony to fiman'Oi . his campaign and for th'j additional reaaan that h waa assurud iby a certain clique at Frankfort Shat lihiy would stir up and aroue suoli a ua pt'Judrlw as:nliik-i-t Johnson as would make .XlcCi-.air- j 's iiomirAtioar oirtaui, and that Johnaunls qualifications for th' office wvre not to 3 conslderiful at all, hut th- - fight wu to l3 pltc.l1.1d by Mucin up(m diiy ground of neHgihuK bigoiU and a campaign of fjnunakil Ininifer-uns- o. na-tuunrnir-9Uonabl- y iiell-gic- dis-:m.c- Ls I s conn-miuan- t nnt-wilt- lis iMo.-vio!- epH-e- s w-- cipu-laitl- D-o- ir ibj-r.i- 4. n. ltw-gi- . i Vo.-xU- :! cn coa-talni-- ,T nl dj-plo- n, itol-law- 3B3,-70- E,up-lw- ns dlra-cjjo- , xmii-Hii- s', u wld haj ad 3 on vy . 30.-Af- l(t n ' - appi-eoiated- . a K, ..- 'i tkt toM m b.H , 1 a i .: !Xtia- - DO YOU Ofle-Sevenl- h, -- know Mi .msr-kk.Vi' r 336,000, of the Population ef Kentucky Is Disfranchised and Not Represented jn;State r:m: Leg islatirt? H STUDY THE MAP AND HEAD THE EXPLAISTATIOK J3ELOW -fc. ' ' CASTORIA For Infants and ChildftH. 4 Is. I a. Wk 23 atVSENATORlAU. T DEMOCRATIC" SIJl . W DISTRICT .A..MW1 r" PINOH 1 A -C dfcfA. "7.41 -.m. AT OH . 2B.3S5 . -- ' Pllll'J.1' L k . 4 " A " Ynoerw '.ill IL. ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. ANfcgelable The Kind You Have Always Bought I Itag (lie Siomachs andDmdsof Bears the Signature of Promolcs DigeslionJCkcrM ncssandltestConlalnsncito Opium-Morphinc f .F In u norMiacraL NOT NAUC OTIC. J!peirOldDiV4Wmm jUxJtmta JtoMttSuBt' AnhtSud jri? r - J3uinetSiA ssu )gm7fera. Apetfecr Remedy for Consfipa- Smr Ait Use For Over -- ' it Tho aboTe man shown two Senatorial district In Kontllrl.v. nn liolnir lli nmnllo.qt In nnlnt nt nnnulntlnn nwrt rnn,nfrMv rrlillo tint nflim- - luw. n,TiarZL tn point of population nnd Republican In politics. Ono State Senator Is allowed the Democrats for 28,000 population, while one Stato Scnntor Is allowed thJ Republican In tho mountains- for 163,000 imputation, 19t0 census. In other words It takes about flvo and Republicans to equal pne DeniociMtT or 133.00(1 citizens are disfranchised In tho Seventeenth Senatorial district alone. Rut this Is only ono Illustration of the most outrapeorus gerrymanderfnff that Thirty-thir- d was ever practiced In any Stute In tho Union. Tako tho Senatorial district, which Is In the mountains and republican and composed of ten coun-tiis- t. Clay, Floyd, Johnson, Knott, Leslie, Letcher, Harlan. Martin, Terry and Pike, with a papulation of 113,073. It3 area Is 3,082 square, miles. Compare- ' It Democratic district Hhown on tho map. . villi tho Twenty-thir- d i Then turn your attention to tho IU'rrcfet'tativo districts. Ilcve tho Kerrymandorlner was 'even moro unprincipled. Hancock county Is "Ihe TTwenty-nlnf- h Itepnaentatlvo district with a population of only S.K12 nnd an area of 195 square miles. It has one Representative In tho State LeKlflaturcY "On tho other band, the Itepabllcan Ninety-thir- d district In the mountains, composed of Bell, llpjlan, Leslie and Perry counties, lias a population of ; 59,211 and an area-o- f ' ."' 1.371 auaro miles, with one Itepresentallve. TaklnB nil the Senatorial and Representative districts, It was shown by a decision by the Court of Appeals that 336,000, or of the population Kentucky Is disfranchised. It wns to rljrht such a flaKrant wronc ns this that Judso O'ltcar declared he would keep the legislature In session for two years, of U rueccssary. Itememberinff the blood of our forefathers from Lexington to Yorktown, would the enfranchisement of 3.16,000 citizens be expensive, ot sucH a cost? IS IT ANY WONDER, IN VIEW OF THESE FACTS, THAT BECKHAM, HALY & CO. HAVE ISSUED ORDERS TO JAMES, McCREARY, McDERMOTT, ' CT AL., TO BEAT THE TOM-TOOF NATIONAL ISSUES AND AVOID RELIGIOUSLY ANY DISCUSSION vQF STATE ISSUES? . - ' I lion oour aionicicii.uuiii.iMi t or Sleep. Facsimile SiJnaKrc or lUU'V: T . fe sera NEW YORK1! Thirty Years i Guaranteed, undcrtli CASTORIA THE CCNTAUK COMPANY, , Exact Copy of Wrapper. . X t fO CITT. I, m RELIGION ,' and novor has mavorrianU" too comvctlod l " r FARM TOPICS. 1 with th oats mlx.id Avkh gra'.n and n iall of Ilciw of intlk &hh ahu"nl.Uj SA a litwarm w.stir can bt gnunJtor tfo .Via gnain j found that .bar w iriih ttud tha.u FARMERS. USE .MORE I.MEAT. n conuiAon a: uua osm jmanci3 A ,rfcu3, vt MlrJ qxieA:an ajUjlll mga b-- I b-- j i-i- r ,tu ,b- -. Sb ru-C glvoa imrm 6tta.n . .bo uxuoaed , ir To be' Taken out of Re JLaa draught Alt air. frigerator. HiVf Claims Made by "Man and . thu b aSxSm od. by tfcj,ra:cmuwfco DJ i xr. iftti. r at cald Ciil niav ,b(f ,b rTg cca unla ,n tbj o;Mrjry iWfl3 wMH lilnj .niKitaTr- .- ca:,a a ffJ,;v J1Jars as5, 'Ku";' to y, lieligion Forward nod .'Jw tow iBniuJd .b fal l.gti alliwrnic tf grain .but a PUOPEiR FJ3BU FOR C1OW8. A of gioctl tillrgrt, vcrr& and .liiiy; If thu otw to3 h a pnoynsly f'd galn3' fi'jwmj Ji and ?VEiunirs , li thfeivj wai no a iajjy!! of glvln.; njrmal ccndMou itiha .graOn iorlucfli any afit-etulyling. A una.iv of hi v ra'lon may bo iircniityi Tli maiili ovr-wlliich aanio wainm wiab r arjorrjaso way if. utr, vp as jprcj: as lias ,Uh:i toup id, is a ai3a iraubl-- j wj an nui v a.roma if tai : thra' tisd. fcid:1si QiiiViydncDld wwaaiiuT. Ground Uviun ofcu lias' raoliud Oi :r niavituum ly lib-a.d- .l s-- 3 ; !i r r iy lab3r-;r- .bo-f oP'-- acU cil, 11! 0'Jt:i'tl, iw niiOnj ai yxvrs eg!i, nnj liajonyiBiaivj ma' " iw j.iU'a r ravgif Qxsy rjn nrej- - lOlnn woro ig a gr y are ago at di.al nictv-- (Twin'iy Mot York.'OstolHjl' 31. "Wo sar.eajjllng dn gemiins Ghidstanj- aix - un- ircKii .bjoir almost luiiiwu fiinn 'xojptms 'Jie .winter lncoa'Jts, whon anij ifarmo''- In a nlshiborhcud irigiirt. liBdl a ib?f ar.d us iCbtin ttVy iin lai; wnvwis' bla LET US PRINT YOUR CARDS ENVELOPES BILLHEADS- i onhi out tha When'the Machine talk aboiit the large surplus on hand when the Republicans took chanre. cite thpm tn tho. fnr.f in tno ?? Ilkis is tlw giA ot a tfn'munt herein disclosed. lUiury Hudd, isawitf Imre today by At the close or Reckham's Administration there was tuvl M1JU4' HucMMry of tto BESTFORiM OF CORX .EAR, a balance in the Treasury of Alowjni-iutTMUflSuu FuKwaril w.liich $1,170,055.72 hiii lianciid by.nnni inits liiuiiBljud in JUnm.apolls. thtit aar of a"otadn form yl jld.moiKi But there were also outstanding unpaid warrants;. SaiUj Bund, lnd., Gnawl Rupids tiud than vtix.v .'.ui3 d.Kfrj.niC?. '.fnam '.fe claims for materials furnished and for ser- '" bj eamifecl Bwtxnit, nd nvhjoh iwlll Stanford tm. ' Baiu f csni Ink, fly vices performed and owing specific appro iltfinnjih aiii't'-iJtu tlua u4Stis (9 slv. hj. t l: vita, carry i'.ihn .bu'jj priations amounting to $1,339,284.00 "dhimn.. waitli-- . iho tfji; th't-c3:ti7' :vnl Canada by j oi imiw and Spell-Binders y of mild' mras-i- ; iUis Mon. loMni intl fe Kieiwaixl oxunliy. RiEu'li,s so far birftjlj sjlafaQL ry. tinldl Ri.fllgiuii ibd ,n KEEP THIS FACT IN MIND. haw iid.Shib.Ji3, iliut. itihi'a jrijai; iad ix iball cJainlru ildij cold.wrB"l'r. X(j,-.- v nfrlgi-jrtjcplar.ita nnid to- - box- un- 03 apj almoslt Ea ccumion ilii t,bv try 213 In i:b$ oLy, ool 'ma '. tusiina iiij farm ir can ob.iai'n fn h mi toi. lljtli? 'd'ffi'culty at all o w.'ih Tnv3a ttih Fataiiur csin-.u'nu'it-ihaj i . NOTE HEADS ' v. :'OST(AIl)S ;-," 'BLOTTERS RQGRAMS CtU-- h , xvy-.vvnnil- -- LETTER HEADS ). STATEMENT HEADS V V 7 , x "'SHIPRING TAGS ' ; "f; r. . w-- w-i- l an trvi from Ju&..iw'piu on- - cuhuMr-resai'Or, instead of leaving the Republicans a million i'w ,hnl .w,uld.iVliid 'ot'i en ft- ,J o Mr. Wood, who lias dollar surplus, as the Democratic speakers T tl:e ykld at Axssir; Lliy Jxm:x')sfal jcjNu.tLl fjoiii SIu wvat, tboro allege recklessly, they really left a deficit KBular of uo'fiwm h pt3,is. qxd tan In vMJfrxl in fcl&v sircn'jiuwn;!, a htv-on January 6, 1908, of korrnl3 xVjt3ixi5,,K,'liai.vr Liu oaii bj a:jrtaiiwd, $ 159 28 28 an.d bu't. taut suwl ex milium h:hix iuwl boy3, The present administration has paid $3,785,771.80 more to the WORLD'S WgQL CROP. ila-,iiunjb-- r ihwi Iiiivr .jsust .uuui in me aiaie man the last Beckham administration. If they had About wicj1 cncip a' any oih ia uft'ort of ihj ..laind only paid what. Beckham did, there would be a surplus in the State Treas- tho onitfty i'orld 13 vrtnluc'jd In Aus Mis uriigle iw ot tho ury of more than $2,500,000.00, 1 tral .i, wDMi linioluq.ii Kkw Ji Q'iUwW HTiAiiuur.daii. ue sjllnK CIRCULARS , ' "'LABELS ; h.'wjJ n wi BOOKLETS , vfct. .'stock forms Catalogues.'1 DEED'BLANKS VVJr v tii-- i a lixjr oJii ORDJiR BLANKS 0 ' STATE FINANCES UNDER TWO ADMINISTRATIONS. innijgn LET THE TRUTH BE TOLD. ,,4ii t Steitus. The Democrats say that the Republican administration shielded and iiru, Aavu.uumu corporation ana business interests and used the State BoanT Saved oi iuunzauon to increase the taxes of tho farmers nn,l t,h. tl"0! "Aftwr Child From Death. child had puffc;ivl from ,. Inr ..olctn,, tl, m, . t,Viiaml. w.owuyuijf aaausaiuunis. j iie xoi.omg tables, which contain a. v ry 3JV'i:i3 ajirjaarftul nUlw""or ,.v h t nothing that cannot bo verified, show this to be absolutely false: UaaXw H.flr iiouawig,jn,.nt, a toal mtV' wimS O. T. IHoliamdaan, of ' IllchmiUkin.3 uM!av?, Ala., "m CHSMbmi Ot Kite IWnjlllXHl lllull' Vrf3 RECEIPTS FROM. WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS. fianod tuejuni iii Mich r tjv-a. It Jud ojnaunirrtion, 11; tad a bad aitflud. July 1, 1901 to June 30. 1907 (Democrats) $ 3G3 225 3r OQU31I1 all tto llifM,, Wo iiAil 'many iwtrf tjiat locul ooniii4'ltoti5 tin fluak-- lf Julyl, 1903 to June 30, 1911 (Republican) 628,'oi2.17 ii.m;ptlk43, .wl'iajut ajvi'll, ar.ld dootor's inil tot ni.unly 1,700 aiixl&iry --- itlits ' Cimthwmt-ib- 1 JiuvB bdn, uimlwr wiiy ssuj-- i .May. 1U10, Ui,9iv waa :YaAurt n iitttional conrailairt of ulnj- tondlating of jvjjwwjfentivtilw bnsirtjuj itvji ((f all tiw flq'.'tKaut ruseanuiijong Jmh ivr- - tedoilon or fWunu aunt for and 'Ibsniana, Ifat year's crap wxoo?t- 1ns 800,000,01)0 .tiDumdu. v'hs if looks of this aarihion aantal.n yearly twftcuaa niai;o' sh.jy an tiiaa)'':t flvj Uuttod HORTGA'GE'BLANKS ;- .;.... .. - ""' i. cr Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable.- Le Us Submit Estimate on Your Next Work. All Work Guaranteed. y-- aitew' Xt 11tojy is. Th-- x ubjvot - - ur - I fatuvuuicdit Urnt idl ,hrtn at 1nU thslrji itiaMku! JiCu,aiul (ui Mr. Root! X'ppiB.u, tin "Mi Excess receipts by Republicans ovpr Democrats , . ? RECEIPTS FROM RESIDENT AND FOREIGN CORPORATIONS ai m:Al TO it.riMd.pi;. aiKl aru j 0,9 ibo tii'ljd atttohi? jiimi and bo th tr1 h) ihiiJj ta July 1, 1904 to June 30. July 1,1908 to June 30, 1907 1911 (Democrat?) (Repub.icans) ajMl cJUhliv u, "iVcr humliHjils of yn.iM on ffon: liaayt.jji iimlu wiSfjj- - nKvdflorij ferns- , a:d .Mr. Rixld, "to coii.urci iiitfii fjwn w,y la itho com iaiuwMy Ji btiiijaquuiut uf cuiir itaiwjsa taiPiviiiuilJUg in u nnd '.wumoli KwavA tks,i fr tWir:tati" iuilug it ,to work .,. "W was-- J ilov-iiiiii- ut ehuiH to rwLE '!ri7'. i i...r.. ...... . . ... fas faund." iuv alrti wiirklir 'hund tin hand wfc iwBuilzailoiis to abolish drtld IWKar, to iMhuiv fir ituiua. to w umv lalJiny' tilij 4lu Him .lunwH.-i- ' Wio iimu unil wteuas, 10 iwy tmMir thiwurk oruiraotlcal sauljj vu:'y iiosalbl auij;i "Tim Mary Uiat Jlr. Jilongan 4s Kaw)lwif or til n .'.' n tlw movvnkiit 'anily uomiik J to is aqt jwiw doy vCnUty hiMlivida (rf Jine I JW4 .by up imUs vewrii 'and J loolwl uikmi by dte itywlctrs w a ixr ,n,3 ir.w brukon o- - it tba aiilib:.j ftii:nl rim adv.laor to tl ion ComwiiaiKtainuitB. Riodwwi throiV84i whlcli iylw (Wid.- avyakrt tHKiu'tw mian mil; iuak to. Mm QiKkt-1J2,437.5 Vj iid;tlii Rdvntiming Juimi nHt.8 fiM Cmtawk-- tfr-mi I If-- IVlll l not ,.iS.. TVfiy pjrio, w whkn a etmiiggr UW uqhik Jlili .. ? . ,1 .' yau W3 who . ncreagfl f.ni 6PI1 .1 w mnnf- ra,Tani., i Inr sdiyno .,.t ...... " MfAll fl.nl- 4l.nHA ... iusicivuski h. oHd under Governor Willson as compared to that for a similar period'undar amwtd with a ivat "wakHima" i Wui u to imt H( Lhjma Orvlllu Batw a A m'.(mi e uuvuniur uecKiiam of nearly 73 nnionf "from ylo!ale liquor dwlers, HiL 'hwK'k. lor. abyv """ '"U WVI.Wtfcw) Iftf BVjr'jJ '. - (iiuek nwMAv-feUg- WN.UrtkY. 'r bwh Vm yyw itotao it Ctoraw uji;,,, Wbo BtuKijojja of 48,per cent ,f rotn corporations, of 26 per cent frojrn banks tot far t V IH and of 8; th ';w of Mw4wt-,- r per cent from CN MH ahraM K. ?AnuLua . wr " by' f8.ctthe ' ad a.lwiiaHi, tm'imt immgu to (ai . hi jawtfwr (a j the Board of over assessed' valuation nnnmviui iw v - . ...".f wy ' bum ithat alt etkor- W3Umm1 (pu "tMMPWt JtiT lUMWlLU.i'11 Boards was only 32-- 8 per cent, In other words while the Republican adua W- hori T00 -' ,a(Mutetw t 41m jiwit iwko hcW mttk m aw 1ta ministration was increasing the collectiowi from Wholesale liquor dealer' ' . 73percent,tcorporations48per.centlbank8 26 per eent, ami (railroads , - tin Tho attcWUotvliKm to jj- iur to qwut Jj.; wpmylnt uudwmjr UMrrlatt aaqwa tiw uo "uj. you u? toju Tiw iaMl W Bty on,, 5$, Vntvtt ttihM msixnx VW JU tola nwtw to tawnwa- wmi N Yttrk. -- ..i. aM,-U- nia. cixatp Excess receipts by Republicans ovor Democrats,. . 291,448.06 nitt,t InXallatal'.Toift..- - inlr.ut't nn'ald. RECEIPTS FROM STATE BANKS, AND NATIONAL BANKS. ilWQj 50c and $1.00. 'filial ibpitloJuii. Gu4rant3d by all" druggidl. J" ur July 1. 1904 to June 30, 19Q7 (Democrats) s 435,549 goJulyl, 1908 to June 30, 1911 (Republican) Th Girl Scciu;.a"r3 ongaMzli! mw .k. $ moJhhmo , aiwl i:il iriaafdniu to tlj v ndy . t w T UAnilHl-f l4m ".v oy ivtcaa rvwipuii 1.. iiepuoiicans over Democrats $ 114,010.58 Ujrj, RECEIPTSFROM RAILROADS, FRANCHISE AND TANGBLE. Cfcuutwn.'tiln'tf StuuiioJi h.h1 Uiv imuj. 110 neir aici.n am to June SO, 1907 (Democrats) Hwiy July 1. 1903 to June 30, 1911 (Republicans) 1,482,450.61 tt7 ix'it diJl&ty tohjwi nr young . Excess receipts by,Rppublican3 over Democrats .t.w; eim. iirM ow oil frtlbl&, w,U $ ........ ,- v'ti o.fl a iwid o'.niiti)l'.t wDtoivv-ry- , BayAiai. oiw jiostKi - ilntlly . SffinjLSlcJ - cun, un4tur.iihlld For THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN y rry A - aud.baV.hy,"'' hiai.n"tM, U!inly:, ud eojvj lungs, i: .? asUi- Wjij HARTFORD,,KY: -- - 1 ... jVf .... ... ' ,C y vivmi tar hhiS2 - u:clw w A:?"3. " p..,i T,lr;hTTwu aav,, t ... jy - "-- ZlVt C' ' ffi ".-.- orwi y '.. :?L-1- i -- "" a3t,. i ,!' .; i P. K - proved and other innovations made H4W-M'4H-44M' BURNING OF Wl'POWS. Which are lifting Kentucky, educationRECORD MADE ally, odtof the slough In which it has The Horrible Rita India Maintained rested for so many years. Most notaFor Over Twenty Centuries. ble has been the complete elimination The abolition of the horrid rlto of df politics from th'ls department. 15 ADMIRABLE widow burning In India wiih decreed Agriculture. Commissioner1 z by the British authorities lu 18J). Mr. M, C. Rankin found this depart The dreadful pmotlcv wns found ment, like the other departments' there by the Macedonians under AlexPresent Republican Adminiswere found, sadly neglected by 'he ander the Circnt 300 years beforo preceding professional politicians. He Christ, nnd for more than twenty-on- e Has Reformed the tration Immediately Instituted reforms which long, weary centuries did It repeat Iti Moroccan dispute has havo rehabilitated (tho ofllco. Each utmost Inconceivable torture nnd ngo-p- y Government to bring to the fore a new year Farmers' Institutes are now held upon the women of Indln. Tho When tho present administration lri every county, bold diplomatist In which was not true sncrlflco. whllo not actually forced on came Into office, It found that the sher- of A tho preceding administration. Alfred von Kldcrlln-Waechtc- the wife, wns so strongly Insisted on REVIEW OF THE DEPARTMENTS iffs were In the habit of making Irregr new Interest In agricultural Hfo among, chief of Germany's foreign by public opinion that It nmountetl to ular settlements at tho end of tho the boyB on tho farimhas beeri created ofllcc. Big diplomacy usually menus n law, nnd Its victims wero legion. mdnth, net- being sworn toj and pay- by the Corn Clubs organised over the storms, nntl Kldcrlln seems to have a Scores of widows wero often burned .Numerous Reforms and Improvements ing whenever they pleasod. Tho rule I, upon tho funeral pllo of a single rastnto by Mr. nankin. Premiums tor Instituted by.Wllfson Admlnlstra- - undo? Auditor Frank P. James has tno value of more than $30,000 win no passion for raising worrying questions. jah. In Bengal, the head center of Bismarck onco said. "Europe's greattlon Summary Accomplish- - been that every sheriff must make a awarded In November to these Jjoy3 of est diplomat is hu who to contem- tho monstrosity, thousands were sacments by Each Department at sworn sjntement of tho amount col- ! fnrirmvlnp hn lmat porn. ITn has ex poraries Is always 'making trouble.'" rificed annually, nnd the flguro for nil lected by him In each month and Indln wns appalling. to Frankfort. same with n check on or be tended the work of the department had! Tho Moroccan situation attested KIdtransmit The millions of widowed women succeeding Southeastern Kentucky, Where it ex- erlln's genius' nt making trouble. fore the tenth day of. tho Wholhcr the next administration In month. This has, prevented many In- not been pushed before, and with' When ho wns born In 18TC KIderlln's wore completely nt the mercy of the Kentucky is Republican or Democratic, accuracies and losses to the taxpayers cellent results for tho farmers of tho family was not even noble. Ills fa- remorseless superstition of tho times. it Is certain that tho affairs of the through careless keeping of records. mountains. His work In conducting1 ther was' a mere "bourgeois" director The ministers of Itrnhmaulsm told state government in all its admlnlstra-tlv- o Tho same condition wns found to exist tho Stnto Fair through the secretaries of a Stuttgart bank, who married a tho widow tbnt her sacrifice was necbranches now controlled by ho1 as to tho county clerks. Instead of of that Institution and under tho Board noblo lady nnmeil Waechtcr, so that essary ns n means of her own happiness nnd that of her husband In the 'Republicans will bo found in the most making a monthly statement of tho of Agriculture, has gjven to the state tho family adopted tho semlarifbcrat-i- c future state, nnd oftcner than otherbusiness-like-anKlderllu-Wnechtoa show comparablo to tho best state name economically admin- Jlcense tax collected by them and "Waechwise she consented to be burned along istered condition in the history of tho transmitting same to the auditor on or fairs elsewhere. A dlvlson of his de- tcr" means "watcher out," and partment, "that of Labor, has also done shows himself an excel- with the dead body of hor husband. commonwealth. before the tenth day of tho succeedUnlessi she did this she wns covered Gov. Willson and his associate office- ing month, they had, in numerous in- some notablo work. Tho State Labor lent watcher out. with tho maledictions nnd curses of Inspectors have strictly enfqrced the Young Kldcrlln fought as n volunfound the various stnto departholders stances, failed to report for three! four the people, wns virtually outlawed Child Labor Jaws, especially In mining teer iu tho war of 1870-7ments in a thoroughly and and even five months. Now thoy aro and afterunsystematized shape. Appointments required to report every month with- sections and In .manufacturing centers. ward entered Tubingen university. nnd unceremoniously cast outside the considpale of human sympathy for the preceding administration had out fall. Tho old practice of Issuing, The Increase In school attendance of Since then ho has been secretary of eration and had to spend nnd rest of the been for political reasons exclusively warrants and obtaining checks from 15 percent Is proof of'thls. Tho con- embassy In St. Petersburg and In Par- her days in degradation nnd wretchwithout regard to efficiency. On tho the treasurer's offlco and mailing tho ditions under which women and Elrls is and councilor of embassy it Con- edness. It was death on tho funeral other hand, appointments In tho main checks out from tho auditor's offlco work also have been vastly Improved stantinople. Ills first chance came In pllo of her husband or a living death under the present Republican admin- has- - been discontinued. The auditor On tho Item of printing nbove for this 1888, when he was taken by Kaiser of contumely nnd shiimc, of loneliness istration have been for efficiency and now sends the claimant his warrant department, the state has been saved Wilhelm on his first visit to St. Pe- nnd misery. this has been .received to tho benefit and tho claimant sends the warranty to $10,op0, and the money thus saved has tersburg, Stockholm and Copenhagen. The women of India enn never disof the public service. the treasurer's offlco and receives his been used to give the farmers of tho He picked up tremendous knowl- charge their delif of gratitude to EngA brief summnry of some of (he re- check from tho treasurer. Many oth- state pure bred seed for experimental edge during his three years at tho land for the abolition of the suttee. Russian court, and ho surprised tho New York American. forms and improvements instituted by er Improvements havo been Instituted purposes with fine resiilts. A department under Mr. Rankin kaiser by speaking the Russian lanthis administration Is given below to in this department, all with the result indicate to tho people of Kentucky that of rendering mistakes Improbable and that has done excellent work is the guage fluently. He rendered services ON THE TRAIL an entirely new regime and a wholly Insuring more honest conduct by coun- Immigration department. In the year all around and made n strong Impresending September 1, 1911, more than sion on young Wllhclm. who was alunprecedented spirit of ty officials! 800 persons were secured employment, ready looking out for promising un- But He Didn't Know tho Kind of Game have characterized the last four years The Treasurer. Ho Was Tracking. 50 per cent being from other states derlings. .From that day Kldcrlln has ad- at Frankfort, in tho executive and Both the Democratic and Republican or foreign countries. This Important, been looked upon ns tho kaiser's In the old days a man known ns , mlnistrative departments. press of thcctate, and all those who work has enabled thousands of clti friend, and Wilhelm II. stood by him Judge Douglass lived In Uclena, Mont. The Governor. have had business with the treasurer's zens to get settled permanently In sub- when ho was bitterly attacked by en- Tho judge had met with an accident in Only a few of tho principal acts of office as conducted by Capt. Edwin stantial pursuits that mean the com- emies. his youth nnd had lost both of his Gov. Willson for th'o welfare of Ken- Parley, bear testimony to the high mercial upbuilding of Kentucky. During KIderlln's long stay at Buk-nre- st legs above the knees. Ho never would tucky can be enumerated here, but at- state of efficiency that exists now In a scandal developed. In 1009 get artificial legs, but hud some big State Examiner and Inspector. tention Is called to tho following: He that department. Treasurer Farley the Berlin newspapers got hold of tho leather pads made to fit on the ends of It is well known to the people of appointed a schoo.1 commission, non- - has originated new and economical j the btumps nnd walked on them. de' partisan In personnel, which after two methods of keeping the stata's records Kentucky that the work of this past. Locomotion was slow for the judge, partment was neglected In the years of earnest work, presented what and finances straight that have made but, he managed to cover a good deal A.atjxjarrr Mr. M. H. Thatcher began a reform of was acknowledged to be an Ideal this office on a par with tho best-ma- n of ground and wns very fond of walk- school law,' but the bill was defeated aged commercial establishments, or this department and after his retirelng out on the edge of the town, where by the Democratic legislature. Ie banks. Loose methods In vogue under ment Mr. McKcnzIe Todd has sustainhe could tnke his exercise without be ed and pushed forward, the high grade also appointed a tnx commission, com- the preceding administration were dis ing tho subject of remark from stranemployed since this adminposed of the state's best thinkers on carded at tho outset of his term and methods gers In tho city. of One day an nugllshman came to Jlel-eilthis subject, from both parties, but the' total absence- - of any criticism of istration began. Many thousands ofu pti to hunt. He hnd some letters and their efforts, admittedly valuable, also this offlco prove 'tho merit of the prcs dollars have been collected by this all ii fice through a rigid inspection of put up nt the Heleinf club. He stayed ..were ignored by tho Democratic ent administration. county ofllc'es. A better system of ! lature. He also appointed a redisrictaround for several days, rinally. aft, Secretary of State.. handling tho state's accounts has been , !.I$-.ing commission, likewise composed of er a light fall of snow, ho decided to Dr. Ben L. Bruner has been de- Inaugurated in the counties and the go out Into the mountains and get u tho leading mon of both parties, which scribed ns the best'secretary of state effect of these examinations will be .to sheep or n deer or something. rendered a fair report to the legislaprevent losses and carelessness in the He left early In the morning. 'When ture for righting tho most flagrant Kentucky ever had. Easily the most had1 wrong any state ever suffered, but its notable achievement of his adminis- future. Mr. Thatcher drew up and It came night he had not returned. work, too, was not given a respectful tration has been his wbrk in organiz- presented tu the legislature a bill for dsflsilK. Ills hosts a round tho club waited until system of state an uniform system of accounting and 8 o'clock nnd then decided to go out hearing by the legislature. He urged ing a thorough-goininspection, and in enforcing the senate passed it, but the House1 bank . a law to placo tho penal institutions nnd look him up, thinking he might board, like the sound principles of banking In these Committee on Rules, composed of hare been lost lu one of the gulches or under a He has had every state Democrats, prevented Its enactment institutions. canyons In the hills. asylums, but the Democratic They formed a rescue party and ture not only failed to do this but bank examined and the taxpayers have Into law. A striking piece of work by went out to the edge of the town. actually threatened to replace the asy- not had to pay ono cent of tho large this department under .Air. 'loud was "VIS There they met the Kngllshman, who lums under partisan management as a cost of this work. His work In this the unearthing of defalcations In t,he I" &m was wildly excited. part of tho spoils system. Gov. Will-so- line has been so efficient that the na sheriff's ' offlco of Graves county "Did you get anything?'' they asked has had to work with an adverse tlonal bank authorities at Washington amounting to more tbau $35,000. blm, legislature, as it has been controlld have recognized tho state banks of Insurance Department. upon the same footing as "No." he replied, "not yet. but I've throughout his administration by tho Kentucky Commissioner of Insurance C. W. 1 6. been tracking an elephant for the last & Democrats, who obstructed his efforts national banks, as shown by the net of Bell has conducted his office in such1 three hours.'.' Philadelphia Saturday for reform at every step and sought to (he board of trustees of the postal sav- a way as to greatly increase tho safety riding that .Kentucky of insurance to t. BARON VON Uvenlng Post. s embarrass him financially by making ings bank In Kenextravagant and uncqualed appropria- state banks may receive deposits from tucky because of the stricter require- story and printed it. Kaiser Wllhelm's tions. It is evident that on tho three tho postal savings banks tho same as ments demanded of the companies. answer was to remove Kldcrlln from Juries In the Old Days. national banks. Tho- - most antiquated Durlug this administration most vital reforms the staie needs In olden times when a Jury lu Engtho re- Bucharest, but to promote him to Bereducation, tax revision and redistrlct-in- system Imaginable existed in his de- ceipts of , the department have In- lin to manage the foreign office In land remained impervious to the judge's Gov. Willson did as much as any partment when lie took charge. Ho creased $213,199.78, while the expenses placo of Von Schoen, who had gone gentle mode of persuasion fine nnd imgovernor could do, but bis efforts were Installed a complete and comprehenof operating havo increased only away on a "diplomatic Illness," caused prisonment were resorted to. Tho Jury balked by a partisan legislature domi- sive Indexing system and took from $2,312.2. Under the careful super- by his Indiscretions in connection with that acquitted, Sir Nicholas Tluock-morto- u the basement of the old capltol build vision of the companies the surplus the kaiser Interview In n Loudon newswas condemned to eight nated by a corrupt lobby. months' imprisonment In addition to On the question of state finances ing, where thoy had" been thrown in funds have increased more than 240 paper. the people of Kentucky have been sub- heaps for years, the executlvo papers per cent, and tho total assets havo in November, 1909. saw KIderlln's first the payment of a large sum of money jected to a world of mlsrepresenta- - of the state sinco tho beginning of the creased 170 per cent. Before a foreign nppearanco In tho rclchstng. lie made In the relgu of Queen Dllzabeth a Jury, tlon by.thO Democratic politicians. government of Kentucky. These pa Insurance company can do business a bad impression, and his maiden having reduced a prisoner's nlleged Tho simple truth, as Gov. Willson set pers wpre of Incalculable Importance In Kentucky It must meet a standard speech was met with general laugh- crime of murder to that of manslaughforth in a message to the general as- and have nowv been so arranged as to of qualifications much higher than ter.' Klderllu took the ridicule good ter, was nt once sent to prison and sembly, Is (that when the Beckham ad- be quicKiy anu. easily accessible. naturedly and remarked that the time bound over In a large sum to be of ever beforo required While this work required the serv- companies as well are and tho home would coine when the laugh would bo good behavior. Penalties were ministration retired on January 6, made to toe tho In II let vl upon the Innocent wife ices of a clerk for many months, it Is 1008, there was an apparent cash with him. .lie was right, for wheu n mark of conservative management. in the treasury of $1,180,055.72. now done for all time. He has had reyear ngo Schoen was transferred as and children of the offending jurymen. 'Charitable Institutions. But (he Democratic speakers all to bound hundreds of Important old There Is reason for Just pride by this ambassador to Paris Kldcrlln was sumA Moving Sermon. to the proven fact that books, especially valuablo to the law- administration for the management of moned a second time from I! u I; a rest, call attention the "I onco hud a parUhloner who was on the very same day the state of yers of the state, and to all other cit- stute ch.ultublo iiiMltutlons under Gov. mid this time to stay. appointed by All articles of incorporation Willson. Not board has ii grout mivlnu In Kentucky owed In outstanding uupald izens. Kldcrlln Immediately showed that ho a miser." said an Kngltsh clergyman. only been warrants, In claims for materials fur and other instruments to be recorded funds treated made, but the Inmates have was a courageous man. lie did not "For this man's benefit 1 preached one with inllnitely greater enre been nished and services performed and for have been recorded with book and have been given more Intelligent hesitate even to oppose his friend Sunday a strong sermon on the necesa "method heretofore unknown handling. Under the Democratic puill-sn- n Kaiser Wllbeltu. This was over rela sity of charity, of philanthropy a serspecific appropriations. Made under control of the the average the Beckham administration, tho sum to this department. His office force restraint each year asylums Inmates, that tions with Russia. Wheu Wilhelm II. mon on the duty nnd tho Joy of glv of the of $1,339,284. Or, instead of leaving a has been picked with the sole aim of is, the number of hours they were bound came to the throne Germany was al- Ing. The miser, nt whom "I gazed was SS.Outi. Ily million-dolla- r surplus, as has been al- - efficiency, especially the banking de and administered nuicotlcstho present non- lied with Austria and Italy, as now, often, seemed impressed. improved methods under ' leged. the Backham administration "Next dny I met blm on the street. partiuent, where the reports of all partisan bouid the totul lestruint has but she had also a "cofrlng" treaty ustoumllnBly low average of fullen to really left, after all the debts, of that banks are Scrutinized by experienced COO hours the yeur. Under former political with Russia, which Bismarck had se"'Well. John,' I said, 'what do you u administration had been paid by Gov, bankers aqd officials, and any Irregu- management It wns found nearly impos- cretly concluded and afterward di- think of yesterday's sermon? the the per Wlll6on'.a administration, a deficit of larities promptly noted and corrected, sible to operate yeur, asylums onthe pres- vulged. In this covering treaty Ger"'It moved me deeply, sir,' ho ancapita of Jt&O u bu.t under ,$159,228.28. The reason Kentucky has or the bank forced to suspend opera- ent administration, free from politics, the many and Russia gave each other u swered. 'It brought home to me so care, patients not a surplus in tho treasury y tions, Depositors In state banks are und (lie have had most excellent spend guarantee or security In case cither strongly tho necessity Of giving alms board has been able to Is that the general assembly has al- now as assured of safety as the de- more thun 3135.0UU, on Improving; these side was attacked. Kaiser Wilhelm that honestly, sir, I've a great mind have ways appropriated larger sums than positors of any other ranks. No com- Institutions and$60,000, which a balance took the view Unit this treaty was n to turn beggar.' " of more thun T the 'revenues of the state could meet. plaint of delay In attending to (he busi- saved from the per capita by has been mistake, and his first act after he came businessmanagement. Many features A Boomerang. 4 The Attorney General. ness of the citizens of the state' has like Introduced for the amusement have to the throne wus to refuse to renew been und "What's the matter with your head?"' policy. against Dr. Improvement of the Inmates and higher-pai- d it. lie adopted an The expense of this dedpartment ever been registered attendants selected for their fitness, Franco-Russia- n asked the first bunko man. for the years 1906-07- , the last two Bruner's department. and not li payment of political debts, The immediate result was tho "A former I met today Just banged have been added. Certainly this recoid qlllance ngulust Germnuy, nnd years under Gov. Beckham, was Superintendent of Public Instruction. vindicates the Republican platform In Its me there with his carpetbag." replied management of tho final result wus the for the years 1908 and 1909, demand for Beginning under Prof. J, G. Crabbe the penal Institutions und suggests what the other, entente. the first two years under Atty. Gen. might be uvcoiupllshed by those Institu"It must havo boon n pretty hard Germans generally never greatly Jaine) Breathitt, it was $35,554.59, or and continuing under Superintendent tions 'by control. .Manifestly u complete review of the feared the triple entente, but they de- rnrpctbng." saving of $17,289.40. In other words, Ellsworth Hegenstein, tho Department a work of the present administration would sired nevertheless to break it up. 'Ibis "Yes; It hnd a gold brick in it that two years or the Beckham administra- of Education has takon a take mote spuce than the uveruge citiCntholjc higher plane than it ever before, oc- zens has time to reud. When It U borno was first achieve- I sold him yesterday." tion rost as much as three years of the what the Republicans have ment, fact,' a new era of educa- In mind thut do lie told tho kaiser stralghtly Standard and Times. Willson administration. This, depart- cupied. In to has been done. In spite of been able ment has kept up Its business in the tional affairs began with this admini- r Democratic leglsuttuie, which plajtd that lils action in estranging Russia petty politics at every Is a recAnyhow, They'ro Gone. stration until Kentucky's common ord lastlnxly creditable tuin. ItRepublican was a mistake nnd that the Bismarck-Ia- n ,court of appeals ,ln a way so prompt to the Mr. Jnwback That boy gets his neutrality ngrcemcut must bo reschools and the Normal schools are purty, und especially the men eutiusted as to win the and 'business-lik' the qlllces four years ago, It may Aud this Klderllu cnrrled brains from me. Mrs. Jnwback of the entire bar of Ken- showing decidedly superior facilities with asked. If the Democrats, who for vived. be tucky. No cases are submitted with- and methods to anything the state forty years or more ofhave controlled the through. At the Potsdam meeting be- Somebody's got " 'rem from you, if you government, branch out briefs, all' cases are ready wheu has known tu the past, Under Gov- lawmaking the people the lefoims have tween kaiser and czar an agreement ever had' any. that's u cinch. New not Htven ' York American. generalities In their plat- was come to which, in addition to ernor Wtllson's admlnstrailon' $3,785, are the sailed, and finished unless postponed r. . .. , i this yeur to relations In Peror motion of the opposition. Crimi- 000 more has been spent on schools form been charged be faken seriously? It by lwnociutlc speakhas , Th Old, Old Story. good Repubnals obtain a speedy hearing in the of the state than uader the last Beck- - ers that all the were plunks In the previous th nnd Asia Mluor, contained Russian pktfoim taken fioin pence. "Daughter .lMis.:t,hodukcit9,d,yQU(tb,e court of apjaeals under the preeeRt man administration and the sehoelE lican Why, then, were ind German pledges of mutual Democratic platforms. per catdla has risen from' $8.40 to they Hut executed by the Democrats? if It is n question whether Kldcrlln will old, old stry.ns yotj" , t management, and there is no delay on good Ideas so had aM. ttits about. ,mQ0fl LI (he state's part. Litigant in ults te $4.40. In addition, the character of hhik. haveiiiuieiHiviu thoaenui giving 1 em succeed in' Intimidating Franco or bo "Tes, ho i ar uie t wWeh tlg gowwenwealth i 'a Post ' -rty text Veeks has ben made mil form Ta' to The people lu htws Is all the mors Intimidated by Krance.bacUed by Eng- p1unk.,-Vltkm- u'rg is hripr atandard ef Q,ual!fieatleaa has rrful. 'rtie nepe of the people ifgis-he-ton land. Those who know blm bock blm. have Vee aMe t eewire apegdy trlalf For himself doth a, man work evil get (he, retorts If fa wins est Murope may prepare. 'bea demanded of the teaeaers, Beaael rlve.the.RwkuUUwujw wnirot ef the .ainre aim. mr win 14 adjustments el their oowplaja. BBtMlBge and wyplhM have ! &i working evil for another. neslod; Ive furtkw wImi, bM Im ! XtMly needed. U mum' be la Mte 4 i, jr. .s. . - .on. " t, i that (here Is a lets sum of money spent by Atty. Gen, Breathitt's department, as ,now economically managed, than Is spent .by the city of Louisville for the conduct of the legal buelneee in the city attorney's office. It Js a notable, fact that the opinions render: A by Atty. Gen. Breathitt ami his assistant attorneys general, have been of the soundest legal discernment saving the state from many Irttfalle. . State Auditor. , ' hill-form, f -- Notice in Bankruptcy. In thu DJ. 3n!3i for Germany's New net Oourt of (J.M Hilt- - UreOnd I AfVMicky, Om nsfoo'o Division. In th,! MaJiier of if. Wnrn D.Jincl XM-- f u, i Bismarck i TUB Bankrupt. To th" (Vftlltore of AtMbxui J. WH- sail, of Fordtvlllw, in tho County ot Ohio, sitM Duttinlct NoCc-- nforvld, fcasifc-ru- pt 20U1 Eu-rop- aild r, - or oretlirors will Im luJd at Jio low oftTo of Dmn & n bu ht 0wn4o;ro K'jiKuchy, on tli lUli of Nowiirlbv, A. D., 1011, at II, a. m., nt which Unu ih said urixStarrs may aft und, inviv.i tlijir clnlmfl.uppotulC a xamlnw th end dlcu.l bunlmint, nnd 0ut th! firjfc j Is Iwivjby 6vm itJmii n Uin of Ocfxlwr, A. I) , 1911, IU Ad(Ji.wi J. V1aon was !uly Iju dy nuung dy tnwfarx such )tw bus.ii cjm bu'or aa'd nr.i ig. m oat tax? j. a ni:.VN', Rif Own-jbnrc), In Hankrup y. ICy., Ocob-j- r 30tii. 1QH ff i d r. er run-dow- n 1 Many UWngs go to prow fJiuf tt. is. The way that thousands amr4rrxg tu oth'-ris proof. Among hotu i Mrvt. W. W. Gould, ot Pittsfleld, N, li. Finding good h.jnltli by taking VJ -trie Hitters, sho now advise utlt-- r sufferer, everywhere, to tu!. Utai. "For yinra 1 surfon d w4tf i itfoamrih jaud kidiify mreaifuK"' Jij wtStn. "Ev-r- is tho World Growing Bolter y muhciro ilr Uiok rwiit-d- Klcrtc I trud foUwl (ill j. ISAJtira. Rut UifciBajaft I(iKl m wofiulHrfully'Ils.-- y will Jiolp any wvmun. aSa''ji jtua h at 1omc and filrj-- t it 'm .viul .kiImy nm iy tiiru's mars-- . You'll! H . SWc ' at all druggists. m itViirtrary to M- i- vd i. -- of tit- tau. office-holdin- g oenmratiuns, r -- luteud! ad a. comic sunt o thy C'ongrMESjonal Iteounl. CJtyJfTol.jdo, the ant trust Ws unit Slut of Lucas t'ouni y. ks. Frank .1. t'le wry malo ua'li jUrvt hu is partner ot th,. firm f ior r Stnto F. J. Chi jifjin th C:;y tf - - ufuT.-fcii- d, . I will pay .Jim sum OXK HUNDRED DOLLARS itir ituli aixl -- vvviy. Tula;, t'outify ami that aud Co., dm'iic: oustiia-- iuvI tr firm j a Catar ih thtrt cinuut l cuivd by tfii iiio uf Hall's Ciiamih Uur. FRANK .1. (.'HKNSY. Sworn to buTor.' in,- Hilrsrih d in mv m si nt- -,. thk O.Ji dny uf A. 1). l casjf sat!. 1 A. V. tM.KASON. (SKA Id Najjry PuiiKc. Hall's CWanh fun- l- txkcn iatc-nall- y, and acts on Uiw muaotrt surfac- -s of thi sjst,ttii. Send furiijs. dir-fCti- y, timoulals Iiw. F. .1. CHUNKY &. (JO.. n Sold bj drugs' 's, TCc Tnki Hall's Family I'jlls fui- Tlu Tutadu. O. oousttjpu-ulon. n .MX& vm dTCjiV. , poiiticUtiw aa" inw .itrirfunt; by making imo tiltraia giuw iwh'T ' i!im gr w barony, thi emmuy "1 policy-holder- KIDEULIN'-WAECIITEI- g am pi atn.l a ,i:nn:'ninmK'lnunf- s l tush IU am "y us hu ,L.u Hiatz km iw tf 'i'xl 'i uf ii mil dy for ccuif colds and bionulv.il tiotrble,' wnl a Mim. L. H. Aisuild or D'livr, C:lo. "Yo haio iid It imi aVdly aud it hi n 1 , has ii smIh r fuf'd to glvo oy all ihtMgi s s. r-- ." m -- like-wls-- e' Chest Pains and Spraras Sloan's Liniment is an excellent remedy for chest and throat affections. It quickly relieves congestion and inflammation. A few drous in water used as a gargle is bal-nnc- o n typo-Write- r, antiseptic and jeirtaidcjii healing-- . used Moan's Linlmtnt (or testify lu lu wundcttut efficiency. 1 luieusnl il lot tore Ihi.ut, crojp, lame tuck and rheumatism aivi "lime Here's Proof ltlelt jam: ISAAC1?. Lucy, Kemuclk)-tanl relief." luoiry cisc KKllttCCA . y SLOANS LINIMENT is excellent for sprains and bruises. It stops the pain at once and reduces spelling very quickly. Sold by all dealers. nnti-ltussln- n $52,-843.9- 9; u Prlco, 25C; GOc, $1,OQ Sloan's Trcattso on th KIderlln-Waechter- 's IIoisc tent free. A(!Jret e f vYVt rog-ulnti- 'NxiW MJHiit rWlt K Dr. Earl S.SIoaa Oottoa. Itusso-Germa- n Mm. 11 CP 1 aaiaMfetlfat -- ' Hartford Republican. Btonxl ihwIih? to rtford, Kjr., n mH matter ot iC tt.c. Board. If yea toMMr" (if tX , .XCite fur mKi in O'RMMV favor ! Juries 0ffc nr Dm? Ilufw bout tiro "In 1875 he entered the office of Governdrwlth a good sdrpjuu Governor McOnary who aawptui tkw in the trewury; he leftH in"1879 wrth'the dp bf the treasury Vo'o of tho four tolttog Dlwworwts C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER tor wivks now! who "wrcfn tfccm ijyVjra locked and barred becaMe there was not a' pepny' in there to pay EDITORS the honest claims against the Commonwealth;, and its credit waj thiin&tas 'Jirm for Unlr rwppojt, Iral RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY "FOSTER dishonored in jthe eyea of the business worjd What he did then hln to la durod by JudgM O'lVcr to PROPRIETORS. PUBLISHERS AND or p rant thr VjtiUira furnitih oopl-to reduce tho tax rate and what he now uses 'w an argument in a o to puhistud, Is as gi!onit m favor of his nomination m Senator, his sticceseer as Governor had to AMreea all communlcationa frtm '? ' to beseech the General "Assembly to undo in order to uphold the" Th Hartford Republican. credit and honor of the State and to make possible the payment MaCiuiny at Murray Monday admithmm of its just debts. Witha surplus to start with and with a X,3EXSr,3SOXT3BS. of ted that wihun lie .wsU Gowrnor 40. rate, in less than four, years he succeeded in bankrupting Ouxxibarla.iid....i... 1875 tjr 1S79 ho from .sa. Hourly si,vr..,-- . " and in bequeathing to his successor an enormous and owe 600 booTulsgers, and gave offered Many mixtures otily mason fur Midi pardons embarrassing deficit. If out of this he can get as much credit 33 li!s pridav, November s. for Royal. No aj sympathy. Pcrs'iblo thnit Is the now as it brought discredit to the State1 then his" chances of sucIn powder is fCie liquor oltmcQit baking is rtoscn tint cess would be materially brightened." effectiveness,,or standing by Mw IKsnuwrafUc nunvintv, REPUBLICAN TICKET composition ill thinking if luj la (i.atxyl toy "When GoVernor McCreary went into office. ask Governor the so wholesome and economical, BJt lils synvpaiJiy agaiiiK school per capita for his first year was $1,90. .When he left in nor will make such fine food. J)or Governor, 1879 that per capitafell to $1.25 in less than a. year, and there Was' EOWIARD C. O'REAR, Wondnr who the two witmnssrs are not a single event during his administration that advanced the of Mt Sterling. with whom Scxnoihor McCr1 lain- - said only Baking Ppwder made Royal is cause of education." ag'adnst prove hj oou'd ncousnttonis For Lieutenant Governor, , Judgj O'Rear, oouacrnlng trtit from Royal Grape Cream of Gait L. L. BIUSTOW, Extracts from Goxi.BcckUam' s speech at Lekington, Ky,, AuHouse mooting fcwielvo ynp.ns ngo. Mr. of Goorgotqwn. gust 10,1906, in his race against jfcCrcary for the Democratic McCcwiry has nevior tproduood thorn, nomination for United States Senator. For Attorney Genera, taiinglntfry amd.thny fine doubtflits D. McGREGOR, THOS, with itlim old man., Nut wutfhsftui dins. of Benton. lw owes nn nb)jot apology to Judga switch ibonrd nt Hartford, Ohio 1 O'RMar anil, as the Umitavillk' Tlinus Hr Auditor, tinildation which can bo i&sortal U) nenj gold fUindird oduunj u'n lk KENTUCKY'S Counly, Kuntuolty, anid 28 miles ot says, shculd !instfn to W'i'Jhdraw his LEONARD W. BBTHBRUM, . in 1ho cities. toll line fronK,Hartford to Qwieiiabaro, P rsjn ofv Jud'g-- i Al.-x-. P.i Humphrey, chnrgo. of ilt. Vernon. w,hosi3 standing wo;,h 4,1m DOG INDUSTRY Kentucky, with all telephones, lhns wto.ch and When VingrvsEsman SUvnly ' For Treasurer, Ho-tiand instrumonCs connected threwitUi; It Is luiiua'jig to noj that ivry "nrd HondUy wnt !o"ll!chrmjnxl, asjjubl id on th XI iw SMltach HERMAN F. MONROE, 'halt eY'cii'.ng was Tfurtti.tr KSnahanc-- d also its line Hartford to Center. yjar about the final tif Ootobar and thu home of S natwr McCreary, las' by thy fast ithtit In waij n'lixn vv One Industry That is Flourishing toian, Ccralvo, A. B. Tlchonox's.PoInt of Louisville up until oVa-ioday tho Hantifrrd yw lo spunk in tho inltrbat cf lh, Pleasant, Island and 'Lluerniore, with Horald comimieneea to abu?j uf the burly tabacco uol, a cHnmJi'jtaa was in iv.iiKy fo.r 4JiU S'rJidord OH For Secretary of State, In Kentucky According to Ooniipmy, iwhloli owiis thu Rjvipnbllcams majority all Its iVnes mid Instruments connectof Ohlio ouun.ty and Qie apolntod to ask tlij prta:at OLIIVER, A. J. of itli3 a oipk "of Um ed thaibwlth; also its lints from Hart Hantfcrd Ropniblxoan. it $3 ono of Tobacco of Scottsvdllo. lUMniivto tor Govvjrnor iu the Census Man. Company; aroiraiy. for thi Soullifcn r.t ford to Render, Williams Mimes, thulr cUaraotwristics cvory jvar d o'et (tJif nwtii'ng.'but i For Commissioner of Agriculture, th!s special Dime to roamnojic, a Png S'ftting ftlrait he was n candldaife and PaoLflc Ila'lrpad, wltlcli htus for outi.a and Itockport, and adl lima D. W. CLARK, string of mud sMnglfn? and editorial might want tilio vciturs ,of BO'AIl avcidwl raxas in this ticA;; myonnriy and instrumentts connected therewith; Is Industry In, Kt.wtucky Thia dog of Barbourvlllo. paragraphs fdllud wilth abusj iv.d also Its lines from HarlXord to Har-toof for .the Loulsvll'w City Railway Com- holding Wilson., SIDES. Mr. BradlMy Its qwn. The oauittiy pssteor attorney for th.o IC & I.. tupcraUon of nearJy yverjibody --who Madtfonvilk', a m:mbW of illuu coni- - pany; Roisno and Horao Branch, wiitli For Superintendent of Publlo ruport for 1911 shows a total of li3,18 j doy not ngrcVi Willi tluui mid ofthe mi'iL'i'O who wailed upon Senator Mc Bridge C(niKiniy, nr-d-, many ulbn Instruction, all its lim.s and instruments connectluo numurous tb men- do3, and ItJs reaaonibly ojnta'in tjhnt ed therewith; alsolts lines from Hart Rpublicans particanrly. r T. W. VINSON, Oriiary nt that tlm, is 'aujtlinn'ity tion, it sa 1U3 tJiiut cur ' Dijmoomiile a gooid many dogs vTa nut at honia ford to Benver Dam, Prontls, Cromof Princeton. for 4hls sfcij'li.wnt. Jlr. Wilaan nit 'hat tvhj-.-Jthe vasaasBors called. Sumo of Jamws M. Robs, Avhoi 'wnoitiiii'Jli.j"Faii well, Seioct and Balzctawn, and all tlme'imas yngiagcd in aaalatfing in try- fniaaidi ihavn tine lalnd of aainiiunlon tiluom wme Clerk Court of Appeals, For out killing skvp. Soimt) of lta lines and P,Iay" nntfokis In tlna lUirtaJd n fiw ing to !o bj finjd by a ottraln incUr'i tun flhw burfey instruments .connected pool. C. S. WILEON, Lthi'mi Wwe out on ne'gilibonlng fanims, th." wvx'ks ngo was cen'ml'nliy modta BeavIf Sjnntor Miv-nvwould nit v n for Lnuisvill , and another kind' for nnid s'jmw of tilini, lilw Un r. ltaibbit, tlierowlth; also its Haes'-fraof 'Wllllams'bure. goat in Ui tas() iwjhkfli rJhw Jlon. C. & prepldo Kener Dam to Taylor Mines, and ail its anXlng, how the nural dietniti's In wkfctarn at a "laj-u- i Vojds noitilfk-law Kioiin aiolthiin." tins Hfirald thai ha tucky, whMie th.j EhrxjtCng was done For Senator, lines and instruments connaatied there can thu growr-i'S- i exp'jqt any cantfuiG was going iu 6uo Ejhitim ar Thu or aid fruim Wni Should he (be lul.o'jed by Mr. Bryan. Ho was. not altow--- d Inoluding tlie wild dogs which arte with; and all rights-of-waC. HOLMAN, lexjchangij ' Herald squlrnvd and. lwrmi.id omij fcruudi Gov to fpitik iu Iwiu'm-jH- c of Morgantown. nor wlce d'sjovcrvd firo.ni limie to Iti"mi3 by ru-- drop boards and apparatus of every toot of Kentucky. any of Ills class lnvied !to tlbo silk carrnn.pjn!lenK thwre niuist be Same character nnd description connected For Representative Ohio County, thlir Iwvtil TKbt tp lay all iliha b'twi ' on Mr. RiOss. iVo knsaw thtui go'iitl-ihat mnetog on, tih-- top cf lh-- Niv thig lilftj 200.000 canin a In Kbntueky with eald te!vphonc" lines, and tail oth J. A. LEAOH, Last .wnJt Chairman iLanglu of man ivould lw porfi.ct'Xy wullxig lo Swlbach Ho'j.1 laot eatiunfliyi ownof Beaver Bam. Mi.ist da3?3 ae hunsny tiHivf iwa a er property of eald Ulephono company the RripubKcan Campilgn Commilil l, ing Hoiwwjr, Senator McCnory was day and then take his sliaro of ihs jvapansllxlity tome. It innulija a lot of every character and djscription, t, addn ?Srtd on op n JoTitMoMv. of ithos.i nultto-'-i s Ibnl W. was (T..ulnly th ro tnpd in ifo twxulunni anliclu of brrnd and nicat and fn tih .mutrjan whether Ghalmiiaii of tiiij real, personal" or mixed; aXniwarai'Jc "Boyd, wv'v gut 'em again.'' not ittfva'ciig him a'ghlt to unload all which Mi,) Cciuu. lrJvuiurial .publishud to si.ilsjy the raw-noumiiipitite of whether in action, which itaiow: D,wnsjj State conimit.ee, sugg.!3!J.ng that Uv on hdim. it ni'Pjr n'tciVciu'd thn fte:t - rtot t'00,000 dogs. It proUably would not together with all the. nigh?s anil ifoolcs of itilio ,"jw n The v rvpk "f Kun'mcky will rwver Sanator "ako ipjk.".Hpw-e- v cent a muah ,to fe.d 200,000 thi. wi) aoid equity of redemption of the ttofemd-an- ts b- - thrown opem. to two ix- s A nun who iwouM makff iihe grav cm. elect a Gownnor 'who go th r, rho fact Shat he wte ' there purt uxcauntan'a.ioiiejo hi saUeLd iby Rough River TeltThone ConviKi-n- y tlu nv irageT'6h'vp is worth a gtvut e'jump and, rs hi's orjionunit: as cliargu whj.ch STiUitar McCreary made cl'unly demdnatres, or BlilajuM i', , dcail n:oiw tin itho marlaot (than iUwavor; tmid ttac ,i and John, A. Armstrong, and wmi agtuinst Judge O'Roair, daring him to ttiqh oonnmli:i-jLMcOnaary ihas dorio. Mr. lo Uu cunmioj). pjapl ngis djg. (Spring Iambs svill lllce hot each of them, into said .promlsiels.prop dfjity It, and Ihtci whkiu it ito il.muJ ivpcait bw signed by ,tho two telialraion wln'ch ciwd s ocw.rcl"lng lirm mid 2t"jrubllcans, do not forgA the das- in nuist fmihatic torms, fail mid ro and g'tvi n o tlie iiiubllc at l'oj) (ivu will cacnirol hun If lw is otcatoJ caks at lo o mlts a ipaunJAndCs likely erty rights, assets and frawohts.is. doij-to b3 goatiniit at ijiait, wili?le fipning liJEore Ui creation. fu-to Guvrnur cf IOincuolry. HARRISON P. TAYLOR, to furailsh the nrciot of "his accuta tardly effitrt (to dipnlvw Ohlio county puis of th ordlnarjy brand arappr'ih Special Cominissloaitr U. Isr OIncu!t nT. l r hnv.. n nmmi..l 'Ws, Mr. VailZIIlt eiU33"3 3 thi3', DIl.- rupri&l Acia,llQii th ffinneOie fnnrill9K of last 15 cents a dojjn, riiwr droti-Court or on . I4it4 Dtmiocrai'jc NO ENTHUSIASM. nttMiUptoi to appo!n1rd for bim, as Che odltor of LsinsIlJr com d'Mn and .aml nij his thi-hoiof. .tim Ulan, ui UV,3. lVli Rl,l(J lo ln- - ujliv the Li'.vingaton Banner ugigfsii, It Is urn fly". iniroii'hlr fa- ti'.i'. XcdZstidct itho Stato. .baateipow-in- g D B'jrad of b dug. placed In tljii) Governor's examine ihe uricai's inn Ohio euumy to Bilr Then- - am 110 coum'ies In Ki'iituday, FOR FLETCHER'S full well that th man&Con at FVankfprt- - Hj is as Senator iSloCniry is iny 'ii Aiaiia, en la U & ranks. Wth and accuVijIng'tlw faoe of the Turns, Chairman iould njivr oonq ot to do th.f slngVs of any man's suippwcit and lw In a ajptch at Hrndioreon, oxo'cuiicn of .fyi barb)u-- j thuivi tire mot3 rthan l.GOt) dogs ti a iits rally rruan will hi inpudatcd ut thu polis njit a thing lilce ,that, eim if .1m that his ! cMoni would at Hartford th- - midCij of Oalo- - coun'y. Thi"n la a big kcononnical itny luoolcs. "progjii and niforni." Th'-i- ani no Tuieisday as no man has bJyn iwiio ev- uuimmn-n- i ,k Kixammo,'ulik Ohy ham had no nrciwdu tit ai'l wa3t in thalt noimbw of doss, Mr. VAnzaut duckied iirojuMion at iJi ix spMkdngs. Judgn Oro,vp and to say nu'dulnig ot paying Cuunty. er ran for Governor In noodiocks 1ft in H'iiJ-?ii!iion and ho did it bcask la doi03tnot Judg-- i Grunn niaJo ip jchL-- at llgCYn tin in, and Urn vast majority or thinn , In conrau.Tn''jis ujion a clrcAilar that want his books thrown en n id. tlie Sx'urdiay on'ghe, mid"a LitMjh," TXtni 'iub- - r a vote for AUn-'rBjtnosraitvwho do ifot arn their board, and keeping.. XI13JO pub'Lc ami ti Hfcot niUBt ur.nkbd by wa Republican noanino3 for R.fiifjs,mta-Uv- , has Uv got'en out (by thu jhn mt, ,S4U a jjiy had hboul Many of theni'iiviTonly tat ,u,p Uhiulr 'will hi.Vp 4o ejijct n man who Is CJvIc IftOgu , of LoufevillM, TIim Hat- - comp;tenit pmp!. iwho usj Irailnid in filfivn pjcple to ii;i:i,T M, T. owner's suilaaneo, but on O3catilon3 H(rald .this wiok fool says .hiat such majors. Jit. itlvs iu laiush WjsnfffOeM, ure not 4o vcro imthe Ihmwi of the Bnn(3f;V'Ic niumlnjj oat up h's r.M'gliber or hh neighbor'a th-a- j Coll (Mi ciroulurs Words Um proppsjiliijn out of court buti if .to feprhe Ohio County 'was bilWd; to proptny. THltio aie nunwrous , fir Relf South Trimble, a DkJmo- - we mistake ntit, the pippin nvill Of TKJprrU aLtaiti'oil. speak at CViiitnnfown on. Monday night of whioli K JiiMioky n ds mono a foiluw cf iJils kimid upon "lit j but bj.ug n cuU .whrm ha said hat "It Is un.ible to get a crowd, aban onoms and blgfe r crupa, but Kentucky illon. EiU I. .Moriuw tna'-'4- i a gna.1 giMt mHj' Jihajt nt thu close of Ittin Iart of tho Cuiipailgn dontjd tha plan. puld .bo (belftT off wijth fwer dogs At Kronas on Tu etckh nt lhl tount Housu in llairt-o- wur that fiixi wits nut ,toclid to y Clmlimau to ius;r n lo p. proposition night hi 3 spoke to about 15 po- - atul smaller ones. 'IMwiie, ane sonw . led by ho' a pur ; hut 'Saturday, and ompli!oly niegro Hiunt In the Sauth" itc. which 1ms Jw n sup;-iaau, k ia r uwraji that ulilcili lxpijre bflouMrg, hut i 'wo Xo tauh Uva- - The Herald Hays Jhait tlmCto clreulars b'iu3 in'Congnoss. RflpuVlicims ciruvstlru his Tim Industry is doing ,wKill of ah, an jm om Rk'jntbli!mni3, avIio the tlan litis mvjr b uu itiniiaeivU a Bivfikyir rawr. dlstrubutidd ex. Hajitjl on B.njur-da- y nnj willing to l tin light upon tih.i'r tlimds on, Olw rai'Arwad suction faro-.-. work wmiout any ouals onci.3. In li'o-- i m by lila tuifJi as vnxi tiacoud d Mr. y siibecriptlon night which is a. ftilsehood in book Wo would 1U At FordiluV last Saturday ihey fact, it is flourishing anid progresdng to fr.ie wlio Is funitfiihlng HJliie nuiw-- y Morrow nt the close uf hlu tMj3h, rnsiv;:L Not a eftngVi oiroular of '-in.ailiiev'tryiu1ffir,titoaitftcro-n asm at tlk-- wjin A parsv(m.nce that wniuld be any kind wus ddatBilbutK'd Mid rug'jst'iia,- that viAtli which to imwh-itwmith mill dona to hn State Uf TJw Herald sajs wlin it Is wrrag p'aoe on SaUiinday nlgilut; .at Q it 'wer.j tion curjificfltis in !ihe vaiious ci school buitd'ng to lrnr .Mr. Browidur. h nor w ex rials l in, a better cause. it,iiclvniwli'd(.iw tirrur. (Vnrtainily, thr."tno ii'gro tip ajjkis ties of Uirt Sta'lu and iwiio Ca yamlns B'lrg unmble to get ti crowd ut dluit from building ih.y liidJth'i Ih-- y dniwn w5 had hw-that afiMr l for bringiliig dozons of tlvj at Hayjl on Saf,urdny night expi-jise- s SpiCQuit, Fit. town. tiirctii'wrt d w'j h u largkj Kbkjl tiult by . b'g' ULmucratrc ep olfiis finomi aM tlw Hon. C. E. Woods, for pnlnftfiig Cpio-cratl- c Orer inTl.iOgan oauni'y tli- Ala. In a Jotter from this the uni'qid Stati uilo Kuniucky ' Notice in Bankruptcy. aJJA'gd jjciutHious nrtlclis about Uk : iboaind rfuH d (r place, Mrs, EuJa Mae Bradley eays: at this iiim to Ml thu - cmp'ja how to -- Mayor In the Bua'irict Count Cilv of Itichnicnd tn ill dr n)w Um Republkuni rtnintatioai1 nttjli va.e and hwv .tlwy coig'hit Ex Viii'id "I used to spit up all I, u run StaU-- for thki- - W3:i'k.'ra of oat I.was v tired and sleepy Blstrlot palls, and tivn In ordor to iUiwr. makli thdr own &'.a'ii Guwmmlgnit all the time. My 0wtm-ibo'Kentucky, Blvlalon. tinny could mun tu bead ached, and I could hardly drag U hiui- Uw R. ipubll-nu- a suiu.thait The kub Jn tho matur of F. IJ.Knnd Sanide-fu- r, around. THF SILK HAT MEETING. In thii-ppu!mryl Sicne taking Cardul. this has 1uie wsilt d un'jil .th evs of the cnn.'s ixintain pla& (3, Bankrupt. Ruipuhlicarib who hcul ibm Wild entirely quit, and noAj.l ltd. quite fit. for Tlie apuirano of Gcvfincf Hanmiin election ibtdoro Bprintiig this. South To liha CiwdUora of F. Leonard Sait xars. Til& lis John Itlni's Mrs. Bradley suffered from nenvoua' liluine of Ohio, in Luulsvillo hwt Sit,uirday Trimble I ibtmr but again Miy asv defur, of Naireiws, to .tht County of Indigestion. iiud his .brother lis. fchonftf ur 11m cwain night to spook for Uw B3uociktitc Cardul builds up the juttalosn f or Ui As Utfum ,wmio got-tiOhio, iy and thr.ifore clia&im-aof the Sae Ulckvit, funiltiuri 4he most un- rupt and. BIsr.rlct araii.aui4, bank- , nervous system, arid Btrenetbons thn ' out a!x wiks ? by 1m colonuJ . i boand 4of utacti'on oommItiieaj:u usual and uniiciue mating of Mvj womanly "dotttuUdnsf"iihafs' why SoaUctiK'n in ohargn of tiV3 (Udoivd Bms'd.3 nna'hl3rbro,htetjhic Instuad of luiving tho luwls 17tl day of OctJhr, .A JX, lOtJ.Jlhe. CftroM"helj)ed'Crt., BraoW'Tand why pncv tiampUgn Cununit,'), at UtuUvllU D inopra'ilc moiniinj fpr SUa'tp Tntw-uix.-- r. gather at ono of 4J13 1aie halU or said F, Lainord Saiidjrfur iwia' dyly It will help you; Try It 7 and thnt tin This Is the frot ti'4m& John ha thieatnes, ob lg custeniury, I'hfj ma (tfiig adjiuivcafcd. b.mki'uiit, ilohn Rluo, upoku ut Mt. SVnling r wcu lilJd on top of ilhu Nmw Saii'bach first meting ol'- - croiKos will bo hicfld ma tkiy tint wvi.k, tjinj home of Jgdgi taKvn any inlmncit lpalitloB for'manj Hi W I i as the law otttcn of Diiui & ivon. In v'H(JUceJbfSale. He is looklnB out O'Rwar, nnd intide anaiy rr i' ? fo" jyar for lids Hatul, a,iU!ning the nuttf bljr gandi, Ovi nAoro, Kentucky, ou,th,v HliAy bro?hi a and ho3 no' vmy iiiloisnon-bclnrfou- a Ina hall whhlch mill hold) ajbout 30 Uw Ri'jinbllcaii canJidat.) by hla Pursuant .to th terms and i3 I' psrMMHs. Attmiadson, vaa by Wek&t or iNvini?r, v, D., 11)11, at 10, u. eciwpl ni)U j Him among of, Jqdg-- .O'R.ar oannomilns of a Judginejit In the JntM and. (the tMUi were hurivd ,u(i on ,4e in., at 'which time tho Wtd Qivdltms SUUa Court tho 1jopU w.l tthBii he was iborn imrjiods to b--j udotfl'd.. for Uie Wrtierw BIs-tri'm.iy artand, prove iiier jj'jrIpJ. aph!n . tiivj inf4'J.in wdvjiior auovM or KentuckyAin the aodon' or I and newxd. and who kuw hUwoith !' 1 tMh Put Ohio county down SW) or Judgt tory of tho great buMdlng, fair away a iuuhikm, luwinujK uioUajHnujit, and Eftwln p. and, emincint biljty, of Rn4li A B.I. p!alnirfs,H. tranaot such jithrtr biutncMt; as may. Houflj O'Rwir.. If tt does not glvo soniMthing rrom the rabbJo and ith Cewpftoy, ot A voto for Judg-- Ed. 0. O'Rujar Is like this, w vry much nifejudjsvj On man of wjuom Mr. MrJVnna'jt tm&i iwioperjy coow l'ifoni'MiW'iniwtlnf ' al, idefttHUntB, on. Mo4ayhe InvoJunTary pe'itfon 3K, a votw for clean polWcs iln Kentucky, UmijKjr of the poeiple. It has o aad so much fiun Jn a gj.ciiriv.ctntly . at 80th fcy ifNovHfcar, 191. Bt ' ... nooli JuuVdaiy noiwjxuw'jnn to he a jianty fight, it Is Wi-- j p.rple w a vruij3. T.h0 raoiLlug laa atind-c- d 1911'. ' in Hartford' Ky.. ha' fnvu r u,,. m ngainit hu tvat corjionaj'ions and iw i J. A.EAN, onJy by thoiij wauj won; control of tho pnnl nnd olianltobl rm tJlkll3 lUiKruiiji Bfwkruyfjcy. Mouga mvna: awlepMone wurtoit-- at. httKtiiit'jloiiB, b- ttw' oAucutiontil fnU'TfH's who ara backing thu aW kid gloviea, pa twit inaltour shoja fahlll-Uo- .s cortnlu IB-I- S Ww Mala' UM: xpawj',t Arte a--t , fa-- r tn.a.tiiKait far thb kboi'lng Bitnocratic camdidaitea wul who are and very tw gaJnetli , uwm av, Asm, twbilc pni'ntu who 4iIoa' to" tfe 'iiliOutti- - a.;,i flLghling O'Rmm- - ibcawe he daivu to ajid vury -- cbiMi ;vini a progix-eaMtitw gaJnind (HKiobo, ((ho fc--r W,t b4ddf. It Startled UwsWorld. wh te Jwiid. tk, an- - did net lvo afcgoad a ijacnl ilmi of aituCra nt Fmnkfont Jn uyy J ttxppTM tht-l- r nnqfthcd and who if.WUWpjig OJKBHB mwi towH Aer!K.d pwnpriy, ht fa lUMinjxa to tlii'Jii In advanaj ithat he vor or una goWi UU,VeiVMlll',U 4OTMKI1 in UlfJ D.UJft-( tint tmiih for JUmAIhh Arni4WfvV. VAM o tfw uojMU- - of Um Kwh standard aa (Mr. yil do emrjithtoK jn iW )wp,nr to and Mr. of, pikii-rxnwiolit poaiw. but forty WW Riyr iVwpoa CWuianj- - of vry Judge Oytair has time iuiU ' aalH jtpiHt tn)m niniHng thv IJIb- - TWg iwaa witural as Uw. gtiQQh of -new driig tlw caepaJn ixpmvtiikiA(lf luro f Kwtuoky, as few, Nrv? (h tMangwMhuho wauls by an nim H ds JWfw kspf nn tiMi'MKi ttOviu m "7 iwa y r H nahut dotip for 'M ytwre, if he to Ja favor f tho weal o tw tn4 of Cfevktld'0 WMt, ,w4o wKh for JJurB6;,Brf. JtoiU, ,, Ml, 1M1, Vmm, Aivaiiiik &, SW Jtoonl of Bjoalfe- - Govwnur. k te 1o nwpWa flfct ivfwrtJ',ito awe Snr for Il-dit- a w,.( ,r, , .ntofmm, ni;Uflln, m y H, ww m jMKiMtarty. , n. 'V' baa not H f,iKkt ajata www mi all tbe "Maa. in 1SW, Jwenuse of bte vatmm, ' -- 4 hiumJf ob )M wteJtKt, ogtuhni WflH HWttloAl -- JVW imwAM HwMwIurW ttWfrw.BHv.qurwHw. Th miJU "2";.T1 . ,W.IJ II.VH. JM. u.. HBL.. .HiBAIbi "" m I mvm Mmtm yak. v fh ' 'a .. I'h " IT lw at x PerteWfe ttw oeceed ECd ci tny ijwrr m What Beckham Said of McCreary. ROYAL are or the same BAKING POWDER Absolutely Purm Aksaluimly ho summthuio substitutes 40-cc- par-don- other as ii- the Tartar" " ol n Anv-r.'ca- piv-e1(- Ti-- s ry n, m Inb-.d- . y, al - 3 Van-zan- s com-muY- y 3 l!;pt' Chliaren Cry qiit-ijr- tl CASTORIA v br jhij s th-'o- n - ipro-duc- :s re-ht- nl ijv-T- hirt. ..... dog-jailir- s uv-w- U"LfllBiWl m sa KKEZivF m gy geii " am ti- -s Hp-Kinsv- ill cxiK-OO-x- ivr H.-iul-d tlj-.i- d if fWf sSii si n n. , tr ri-1- no UtA-br- coi-d'Ato- A ct 1 'r "one-gatt'u- 3 non-tarti- nn '! ml at,4 -- - .,,, sB? .. . iidin-liHtrfi- - to-w- it: te-V- ( MrtaCnV - l'a wltuan i ? V. MfW J'ri?M,v JfWJWHy,a Klnl &"B. '" T- '"if' H ir-- t SENSIBLE SHOE TALK ! Fall Crott it jil J, und atu iKi Pit M7wrd' & Oi'm., Mrs. K. Gho& M'CREARTS Jl. k if A. NofrfHa- -r in Ow iiaboro, lh' Ws'ok. luWrr-a'jH- S r ?1 No nonsense, but plain, matter-of-fa- ct iCu'dva s CoTb. tian h lr" talk we want to tnake to you about our FIRST. l U 1h"y nit Ban ward ft tdp, 10c ifor oic Tf.'f: , !ll porting BREAK lHilt.in tii.iit jni n Shewn, of n-- ar pana Tlio ibiiHiuiicau vui. DlARMiit call Tu'sukiv. Mr tlot: Whi'x ojbiOu j Democratic Newspaper Supa y Ladies Suits. Why pay $20 or $25 elsewhere J? We carry no Shoes in our stock which wo cannot conscientiously recommend to our trade. Mr. and Mrs. CJarvww K own am cMUm, of Ford3vlll., vteHttA nvl1 A McCreary Says He Lost Votes Uvies In Hartford thli4 wo k. by Bringing up Taylor- ll'ff. S. J. Thompson and Hov.vT.I Gocbel Trouble. V. Jolnw w j pltasani callurB dirTh i RajMiibHcan offrc, Tueslay. i r-- Su,pon'cr UtiCon Sutts Xur mon cuv m:t ioqu.iljd by any. BARNARD & CO- Mr, JI. It nbs-uific- Undwr tilra above heading , SECOND. Wo recommend for ladies' and children's wear our Priesmeyer and Patrician Shoesjnono better. an' is in. change of it.ho Han'fDrd Drug Co, th'a l0 S(ye26 THIRD. Wo recommend for men antl boys'" wear our Korrect Shape Guaranteed Burro-Ja- p Shoes. Made on snappy last and Wear like iron. Buy a pair and you will wear no other. Mamagor R. A. Nofsdn&eir who Js V.L.1J Ii k hl3 broihiur alt Hasand, ICy. Rov. VIrgU El&ln, fonmcrlly paslor of th.j M.jthodlst Church- - In thils city, - w'i jn tbo, 'Mercedes" Toe neat styllih button shoe for jounj men's evening or xml-dr- e wear. A very smart and shoe. A but nw lfjcit'd at Jtff rsanltown, Ky.t wias lieno this week winillixs up somo Gt cur cuiHifl.tri buslhcss affalru. prices on M(jdiclcc3 nnd Prvrcnlpitions bufonci going olsowhrvw. Wa can envo ywi moruay. l&tX OHIO GOUNTiV DRUG CO. Rouly 1, brought Mrs .A. Pattmit bol. Banrior, a D,ancrat!cc paiJor, wMchdjfiuip'rortlreMcCrrmry for Gov ernor, publhlied at SmWhlimd, Kentucky, has tlw Collowlng EcL'uoal in Its dssuo of O:ojbor 2G: vnme "In a swell at. Wickllff thn rr four weke ago Stnator niodo tho charj (linit Judgfl O Rjar ram in iho noto--Ga.lt Hcnis confiironoj wltili Cevlub llow'snss and Bill Sam Tfiylor ansl advUuJ ryn-in- g to vlokiuto iwhlch finally lod to (ho assasalnatdon of Govjrnor Goo- d tha for Suits that can be bought in Hartford at our store for Kpitecf Shape The "Hurrojaps" label shown stitched Into tlio lining of the shoo abovo can be found bnly In "Korrcct Shape." It is orth looking for, because if the patent leather In shoes bearing this label breaks through before the first sole is uornjluough you can liavct a new pair free. l'or half a century Burt & Packard's name has meant ''perfect fitting shoes." McCrnary faiid hi lnfoTmunta W;ro two lvriutablo g miil'jnion. Juigj just received several that come under this ad. All We have FOURTH. No doubt you been buying Shoes have BUY A PAIR TO-DA- Y it I' in wlho ha by in made am unwilling tool of a lot of d g.!gr.ilns. uniionuipuilaiis ypunig politicians iwho ihavo ihad nu fiiS0.rd Tho Quanttmly Mm && of llw Hart-fon- d w;haK-ifor tho filings, Ciharaater OJreuit of ithi Mythiwliteit iCIliurch Don't forget this and and lijgh rwpntallion hjrrci'araruibonw hkj'd ait Mt. Urnnau Churoh will by tliu good cfd niam mow lh iflirilr You Money. With House on Saturday nnd Sundiaiy. Strvictis oire and cuaiody.i Wj mxi ,llhnioo,unt wall bj conduct by EWar iu appsint a juw euarnfdam cr commit-113- 3 Ruv. S. J. Thounjisan. flaJgPiano Coupons Given With Every for tiha guod o'd (mam thalt In 111 In. Hartford was haw greflfur eijjrjriafhiy foir Uj Idnd Tho post alnendy ithii most poria'ur iiiacx' in old m.in In his- - deRMmig k.o.ra. town, nnd ntwv r a itnao!j!on has Such a bUnious chauiso thati iMaOrvui byx added. Thr Vozital Saiicigs Bank madd agai!nit 0'Rar fhoiuild not bs waa pp:n,od on Thitreda.y cf last wek. matlj by uniy onw mgnfntt any oniun Anyoiiia d airing InfofmatiSon may call wu hout uxd wih ji hn miadi i M on Pos'.maatJr Hi avrin.. vry cno hld ithtiir ibroai'h and fulA pratimctiud m M'aing bsan ait th ly exji otil McOaaiiy to caimvi his Ntw Bajmra3cliu,ichCinTutsdaH naii'gh; tiwo "Mputablo g'oniA.nnian wito se)js" of last nutrl;. Somq good sviimuns arj only to bo djsapolni'ji. Itho iiroof All kinds of printing done at The hsi'jng d illvcOd, lias not bj n foiCh cjamlng. It is , and nuieh gctxl is N Republican? office. dunlvtd from ths iriii.ng. It will n.grnabkj Hunt such a charge was matfij umV3s it was itnuo and could b .Mr. Elijah Barnott was, a callorat probajbly cioi s this wyk. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3. proved. Tho oliargo wijl imtalnly do thJs office, Tuesday mornjng. tn'fF-taim- d Mr. nnd Mns. R. B. Maffin. t. di'mT) r !as Sa urJay Hojnt E MiCiktiiy no good, and may (injury FOR SALE Qno wioll brolco bird P. Morrow,cif SomerckJ ; Counity Count him. IlllnolsCantral Railroad Time dog. .DAN KING, Clerk Columbus Flnw,uf Mongntqwii; Tokl 14tf Hantfard. Ky. l nuioi Caught in the Rain. ...f Hon. C. Ho'mian, R jpbKcan. npjmina Ky'. At Beaver Dam Douglas Illo, Tex. "Fivo years ago, Mrs. 'J. R. Phiiii)3, who his 13H foe Snator;Mr. and Mr&. qgpC.Mar-U- n, away. quitw ill for Evral days, cs improv-la- g. Card u I has stopped my suf-- 1 and J. Niy Kfl3r, BtoiMtary of was caught in the rain at tho ijhid.Rifpulbijican Ejju'J OonumCa',,! ' I Sunlit Konnrt. North Sou ml. i wrong time," iwrites Edna Rutherford, No, Wl"3ult.S5n.m. Mrs. lula Coiipagu, of LM'.tohflleld, of Ohio oounVy. No. 182 due :03 am. J of Douglasvllle, "and from that time, No.mduilZ S8p.rn. No.lUldne S48p. la. Is visiting daustotkr, Mis. Otto C. .Halloiw'ufn was duly in was taken, with dumb No. 181 dues 65 p. m To.103.dae 2:48 p.m. chllla and feMartin. Hantford. Mormlay night by thi joung vers, and suffered more than 1 can Har 1uj Horn C. E. Woods, Ex- - pplo, jid Jiliy pulkd off many of toll. I tried everything that I thought M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table Mayor of Richmond at thm court houaj Ihiuir usual imanKs. Ony of tlio would help, and had four doctors, (thlnss was tihj foajung of nil - at Hartford, Ky. at 1:30 this afStf.Tiiaaru, buf got no relief. I took Cardul, the of tho e2itw windows of Uim husliKua " woman's tonic. Now, I feel hotter Ryv. T. V. Jbirunr infill fill Ua aK- IX. && N.'Ulm card ctfectUe Monday hauEos. Tiheivi was morxi iwiindaw than in many months." Cardul does u!.ir iiroilttsnii'-ji''.ofi Hantfond on Sun Aug. 21st. washing dcjiw in HartfcrJ on ANdcutadaj one tiling and does it well. That's YNo. 112 North (Bound duo 7:10 a. m. day anornJng and uvwntaig.. thtut In. niAny a tlay " ' SJj- i tho secret of Us CO years of success. dally except Sunday. MUa Anna BtUa Kjemwn wusitlw gueiif .Mr. E. Y. Park lofjt turly W dmi.tjaj' Try 2 Cardui. 3! 40 p. m. $j-,N114 NorUi Bound duo .Miss Mary Sjwant, of of stxv monnlng for T3ylor Mini a, wJidiu lu. -- vjf daily except Sunday. t IXun Saturday and Sunday has ooomUid a ejilmidiVl pad (ion Talon iin ie Acfiir Jn ' i ,k No. 11C South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. tho Oomany sOoro nit ohhojl plkw f Onu dark Jnrs y ociw wiilih M H cm, Dont wypiy whh that Cough, but daily except ounuuy. gdt a battle of Fold's Horn y nhd Mr. Park for a numbMr of h.uub has. ami six lwad of Mounir cai'tbi Al- No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p m. Tar Comixiund at Ohio County Bros LlMsn drag olvirk in e'xr.s in, HairWbirtJ, ,.n bitu;k H,w UIlll ' DT ll&ht dally except Sunday. and Is iwkjII wxS- - pi3. Ownwu .pin 1511 Co. for h!s call nt uncaand H. B. MISCHKE Agt 4 IJtHir Altur a uhliopt tmu lw will b. w.ntifv Ji.i- - u.iok n,,.i t..tv rv, Stop in, or mill up Ujvj Ohio County giivk'n Om chargij of Xho dnug deinar S. O. KEOWN. D. S. Drug Co., und gut i "down iKni3 of r raenc at 'ia)ior .iimiV. His many 17tf Lana Oil and Bultw Milk Sowp Ifawr Dam, Ky. far friends wiSdi him much fuxo.CB. 75 cuts. 15'if v 400 Bushels of Apples. T Wt. D. B. Walk-r- , d'a'iriot 8uijnn- Dunit fall to JiAar (Ado Hon. C. I w-- 'l kmJuit of iht K ni.ucly .CMUMiii's ln 400 bujliiJs of fliiM 'i Woods, ExiMajpr of Rilchimand! Homo Swcretary, of LouisviHu, ras in s at ihti i. c. d. pet at B iivr Umj codnt liuutvj tlUs ofUrnnoou this l:y WVsinrwiay, nr.il had v.:Cud Cum Fndoy a'ld Sa,iniuy. $1.00 pec j 1:30 many of tho htmi'a n Ihs cuunitrj biiihu'. A. SCVIUR. Typewriter paper injdl grades, typo wh'jru tlu's to'i'Aii'jUjn has plaoiiii chil Iii vliw'oif tin luillvi a already wrltpr', ribbons and rbon paper for dren. Tin mi ara night or ti.ii( nluJdivi nl fivm tliii dT no Siutsijiii, sale all Ath Republican thus p'noa In' Ohio county, luid Mr. ' ,T9. b Willi y jrt pl h arf rjd for tlii liiids office. , tf. WaU:rtfar(d Iha aj'l of Wivnu. Ajru a .i i. received a large gottiog aJoag rissiy, and b ins w.ll of Adi'KJidax-'- guldi. At tho Court Hotreo this nfrVvrnoon. capid T' for. Hne of at 1:30 C, .B.AVoode.Uf iRIch 1 Thu' QuawiXinly wMjq'jtogirarihu North CHICAGO MERCHANT mondJCy., wlli igMafe upon MoCik-ofry'sfivcofrd? KMnrjibody lnivlltd to MnUiodifit, hwir HaflVrtird Miiselon cf thw MAKES STATEMENT. Church wiMl lif huld at JIf. ' Murlwh hthi. Church on Sunday alght. Quanik-rlAfter Spsding Thousands of Dolkn JAnjoigiour caUM Siturdniy wxre: Canforwnou on 61ms, Ammuni- - Murs. A. Vt iydlsMf, or Olaitioai; o'clock Ratv. Mouday anopnilng at 10 aad Cowultogr the MoetEsaJnent ;. T. SprakM Is tlw Physicians, He Was Desperate. AniSiaqkyof jNapnaw; Rommy Rmi pas'or, and suiwlcos mH1 ibj cohkIuoVJ CHICAGO, ILLS.-- Mr. d. Q. iuikjkw; aja ,yiu. piiroaur, by ithij tiwffpi Eldkir, thia Rev, rt. Becker, of 134 Van Buren St., a .; ask you to of.pion.' t J. Tlhp.nipHHi. Thia oIWon will 1 n wholesale dry goods j Mrs. Un BWa, ooniipp'd of thJ tolloiwiiJug cImiiksIs a: of vl.M' tho largset I stealer, states as follows: dtod at.hox,lwnm,TuiMday. fun-- & Mt. .Moriali, RaJih Chajwl 'I'Jw Val jl "I have had catarrh for more I V" and line of Shot , mrylfH iym at BJdu olUiur lay P.A- - PVnaaiwt amid PV.iwwirt. RMgo man ininy years, nave tried Wfetinueday aflSrMiuQ 'ever in t (two o'clock, Mr. Smii BuHCistt drfod iwt Moawoan everything; on earth and spent Md 4utorniat ww ln..,tlw BuWio.iniM Sunday nurnifuK Hartford, thousands of dollars for other of OHWuniintion, H hat Uvvd In NVjw medicines and with physicians, foa- - tlwtihat Mr. I,. 1). UhmU, of Ikida, rnvua yiw, Hd,wa km liw wwy without getting any lasting re- to wbo Is Uv foek Ifclief, and can say to you that I for Ofila (Mb, oiuty wlty, tfuMw wi m i. ty have found Peruna the only rem- eoAr, ibronght i 'M fc&obVmnot- ,.- VT i mi ,v: '.:.-- -' nan, " TTf eoy that has cured me per-m, muttm 'iHu mi uwji Mimiihurrhy, nwMniiy. wt'Krofcai: Matkduv anarn tint ,Mi rrm '"Peru ha 'also curs4 my ihm yjirw iavU Qleoi WU.-- I VUAM wKeef eatwrh. She always ksecM. . Bff'uniW, lw4 ,te MWUto t r,Hi'tkH AMwm Md,Mr. . O. H hi therketwefer'airatUekvf, liw-.- ' f 'aWMy.'w In W..JrH? M JvrkWy , ,v 7 ,. j , i iime t, rSJTs'iVlTiMni. The Burt & Packard Co. Makers. BKOCKTUN, MASS. JC,laaBHaTl JB$Pl It's are unsatisfactory. time for a change. Come, let us show you our stock, and if our Shoes do not come 'up to your expectation, don't buy. We will only thank you for the opportunity of showing them to you. that tifficj Saturday Ui have af4a fiLS yoir. it Is a matnnipih VvJtp.blteand wtjlglis four pounds. M.'ss Su3D AVr'ght, clTyTl'-f-t on an eiirly frala M'nday fcr RiMhport.lnd., whi?j shi wiill be entPSt'd as Choir Churph Din btortL'tihsFarttiChi'hi'i'au ' of that city for ewwal.daia. TiUi ouds ladtW cf tli cl'jy pnlkir-'jalnifhi3 ypunB nwn oVganoiily nt tho ihorau of Mr. arud (Mrs. Wof.Iact'Rl-- l finnif1nig. y on Hallow jkn A onoat ijojiab'ie itlaniJ was sixinr. by tho to tjhfl laiiig-j.i- t lurmj) lhu.1 wvj or anil ussjd tlm dlnjct and sainl that MoCivary's two geni'lmign irafoxmrnnts This wire "too gunitVviwjn illana." wa3 tttiong as Judgi O'RtQr could put it or any 'iij eK. This pui it right up to McCr.jary ito namio his wltn EHa3 and provo his cp.sw, whtoh up iU JJls wittUpg ha bos not dow or rest undir ho odluim of having ahargod n mua highV sflJO Wblrjona wi4h n high enimo and fl (lemy I halt h-in. hla Ehoniifait wonds Piliraa 0'HjaT s d'd not minoi wonto anaw-ir Wool, Mannish Cloths, guaran teed Satin Linings, Black, Blue and Mixed, Tan Greys-$12.50. t rd canct chxu"gi EuibiitaKtiario nnid ccmfLSimis tihe by unaniy ixvpuns in Ciho Slat1-:- - hjforo h'.s nominnti.cin tfliiajt Sirci-atiMCreary lis a. mtin in his dofmg.j m4) or Great Values, DEPEND ON Trade a Remember it Pays to That Saves b-- Pu-sldi- & J2A(9G hr Purchase.,$r JEi-C- fu BARNARD & CO., HARTFORD, KY. uint-nhn- ew-und- Hartford Republican. COME TO HARTFORD GROCERY COMPANY For the Best of Everything in our Line. Wo carry the beat line of Groceries and Shelf Hardware in the country. We make it a specialty of giving you bettor values for less money than you are able to get elsewhere ccli-ibia- tn Come and inspect our goods and Ictus quote you the low-e- at cash prices. See us beforo buying your Shells, and remember the place is the lV HARTFORD VENSANT DQOGES GROCERY tlv COMPANY. s C-1- o. , T jiry-par- w .n t Guns! Guns! ch about ordlnn'ryinV Jwss tllno lcubli ii',jr(y1du!iilux Hya'lem ol boDklu vvlns thut n. carinuro-URepublican State Chairman Says muuld doubiuHi it misfnitoitjivo adojut cuvmt up mliat lis i tally Not Met Democrats has on. Mormovtr, rwo Ij wot wiint vur tU thj iM'ipl' YiXitit, any the Issue. oxjiiiilnaitjlKwi ; noir lo rtihtty Tvunt u vcr,o. booklcoiJi)-Ing.muoji i LANGLEY'S CHALLENGE I IlaViy. ilViino guns, Gs-ilui'ed. "Ho aslts mo itu coumj anil xatnta tho boolB, I Kio iiwt luiow anijiUrlitjc 0l-- ln al, tmfwoto Lou'sviVU). Ky;, Oct. 28. John W. Laugltiy, rf tli.i cii&iurauGo , fironi aivyauu-Iii'- ei Chairman njipuuH-au- x OomniGtSr-x'. jnantiis-ir- or asdb'.ant catniiaig itiluu o)-H- nvuiagor, aa tti fevcts. lu Oauiiajgn Statu Jlfci.iisa)d thu txjiduy tlniat Havejuat J .r . I., noily "f iltufua Vaiisamt, of iho CMlnuaii uhaf-iJig- v Bumocratle ComraltW, 1o tho lssui'id by Mr. Langhiy to niakn public all cainjiials11 corutributaunB uiul uxr.H'iutltu.m.'H. , Shot Guns, Rifles y 'Target f' 'nd, rP9ttilly JMltaadsee bit 'Guns '" Jlr. Laiifebiy asAunta tliat Chiiltiman fiidnatopri Uik rt nl tilial-Im- x VaiLbant vww, 41ait 1 rAian'j l Hut-fac- t and itluit ho attomptH .to rUlicu c brought out in a twa.y isbat coiulU H not lw wJiut to! niojmt 1n oU iuusti!onciliiat Sir. MoCullouclj. mot says, ulao tliat'Mr. Vahaan't has ni.'uli nihy cunrUbutilurt njfiLT to tluli aUg.l purcliadiaf rVfeis dvna" to iiibi coimnltiVv, m'jIIut dlnjcWy tnUlon- c'en'itfioa'ttBi by tob-- j wflijoltiniA, or indlivictly. iTMpUblncan 01ptrnias Upiyflvy Vausamt'a Is a thtnfy h3' nuilurtalto Oo d:ny itiliait ilmndivdH or glstraitjjun cnr,tif xat no ly VMwlra In this city antt ib wvh'(iJK I'm- - his tuiVM1, tuml Uiat Uitx aairw thing ia a'lll gili)g on. Iknvtforw U) Mr. J. W. MjuTuIloitch llng Co liavj tho JjifiuMnix'tihyit liu lias moduf a con'a'lbutiJon tf tlidi iv)innnl'Uti c. Ocu of bho njubons why I wnutt! itlits "litttlllliiUs"inlil that dnanoi. oi)jt iwat u odinnuttjV, tu'iu: ft tli "-- nnew?r i well-know- "In Utslna lite ftiwwiui", iQlirUminin. Uy Kijiliiiiff, h U.-- Hiul V- - Ui oan iirdd Oft, Prices tlpf Lowest. IS. CSI.fflfcOttj nv M-x- o V4jr vmv WW,!!, I" liw. z Mt-t- W TMxml' Who; -. "r7'"i wh If Jw ok niarlcvit crr(wd jvjallf; wiuit our iOimnaithy Jor tku Kiva ii. to ltist nioaifJi'H bivak, (Juj- miit lio mn iU It rfPdctaWlyuiKl tliKlr wlw.'fl 4i gvit ttlomg. Lata luvvvj bo'ih cltHi'jiunau ifvi an utifih ".tot last year's tlii- atho tuiwiit of tho axpartM toDABinii Uict utnUir vl'Ji lilujanOtMntc ifla wuiti.tho lAhxAo 'hint &k tmibu so tux tm txxate'ikMltoMi fllhu tmU 2 4uaut b skUafewc- -, $o lw cxikVBdAturcs by Ww twoiyacu- - toiilly iiiYiuUgatud UKjuJy Iby iooW; ow tfm glrft booU on Mr. Oamnecplo'K partor tBtbte. Ow ehoMll ortU for Wa, L1dMaVa)MAL (tlu uvu coyr up" h'JWS Um inw'u pruiMiS'ttaii, wWiclilla V liuvo tihr) ibookis ixaimlnkd iby ocn,.i-t3 Iftit-t- i. ivjr-Huailj luiurliis No )hio go bufoiu mar CBtouiUywiflMirS rigtit." KlwdiBUM iW, Vanauit jrJous und 'I ncatift tJii and it lw is ohtvl-Kui- vt'll.l attinnut iii ovad) iwnit'int UujIi ornl i'Ii!cu!ie iropojutifi V to lot tills tuoiM'V aMiV) du tM4 whaiiioiUt tihlatt, Bun rfid.r y ' KM SHOWS THE OTHER SIDE .Replies to General Buckner's Criticism of His Tobacco Attitude. I RAPS THE BECKHAM MACHINE Judge O'Rear Asks J. W. C. Beckham If He Takes Back Accusations He Made Against McCreary Four Years Aqo By L. Vnnco Armentrout. Munfordvllle, Ky., October 18. Tho best demonstration of tho campaign bearing tho gonulno Impress of spon. tanlcty was witnessed hero this morning, when tho GOO population of Hart's county seat was augumented by tho presenco of 3,000 country people, and hundreds of tobacco growers, In buggies and on horseback, formed a procession and met Judge O'Uear at the ' Headed by tho Hardyvlllo Band, two horsemen carrying Old Glory and tho carrlnge conveying Judge O'Kear, the parado moved through the town and around tho Courthouse square to tho Walton Hotel, where It disbanded. Tho carriages boro huge banners and wero decorated with flags and bunt ing, and tho horsemen carried trans parencies, with mottoes and Inscriptions taken from Judgo O'ltear's utter ances. "Down With tho Third House" was , ono of them; "Punish tho Night but Punish the Trust as WeP was another, and some read, "Shall tho Constitution Prevail?" Demonstration Significant. Compared with monster barbecues, paid for out of tho State campaign Jund and advertised like a circus with cheap railroad rates and tho "Biggest .Herd of Performing Presidential Can dldates Every Exhibited Under Ono Management" as the chief attraction, was significant. tho turnout y "My Old Kentucky Home," which las becomo tho anthem of Judge O'ltear's campaign for clean politics and progressive government, was the most popular tuno tho band played, and It swayed tho audience into a patriotic frenzy of applause Just before the meeting was called to order. Capt. H. C. Martin, formerly County Superintendent of Public Instruction, by way of Introducing Judge O'Rear, declared this to be tho most remarkable political race ever run in Ken lucky. The candidate he was introducing announced his principles when be announced his candidacy, and tho force of public opinion carried him to victory in tho Republican State Convention. Since then, without acampalgn fund, having alienated, by his declared policies, every source of corruption fund, ho has been making a fight for purity In politics and appealing to good citizens to rescue their Stata from corrupt rule. Campaign of Slander. At the outset, Democratic papers of Kentucky felicitated the voters upon tho fact that they had their choice between two good and able men. Within a few weeks tho contest on that side degenerated Into a campaign of slander and abuse, without ono word of argument or, Justification. The crowd cheered until tho room rang when ho said ho believed Kentucky would nolthor soil nor be fooled this year, but would elect Judgo O'ltear by an overwhelming majority. Judge O'Rear again challenged McCreary to agree to tho publication of campaign contributions i before tho election, showing how much they receive, from whom and for what spent. le said: "This election may be the first gun of 1912; but remember it Is a double barrel gun. You should fire off ono barrel at State IssCeK this year and tho other at National issues next year." Will Beckham Retract? Judgo O' Rear asked J. C. W. Beck-hato take back accusations he made against McCreary four years ago, during their contests for the Senatorial nomination, when ho said McCreary found a full treasury and loft the State bankrupt, after having reduced tho school per capita. Since Beckham has taken tho stump and Percy Haly Is managing the State campaign, Judge O'Rear asked McCreary If he still thinks, as he stated four years ago, that Beckham and Haly are manipulating a Democratic machine in Kentucky. He took occasion, too, to reply to a charge mado against him In this same room a few weeks ago by (Jen. Simon Ilolhar Buckner, who resides! J Jn Hart county. Was Hard Picture. j "In tho politest languago doubtless' that lie could command," said Judge OJlear, "tlio ctTect of waa that General Buckner could not I support me for Governor becnuse iL had expressed sympathy with night-Tidinduring the troublous times In .Kentucky's history, Jminodlately.aftcr fb Inauguration of Governor Wlllson. "And the General drew a picture of tho conditions oxlstlng In Kentucky, which was, ludeod, a hard plcturo to leek upon; but which was, doubtless, a true picture, and that wus tho wewen and tho children and tho poor jilM upon their farms who were In- Mfcl and Mho Veto In some Instances properly destroyed wfcljjmj Jy'jiin' nil, and, disguised marauders' in breaking the peace of the. Jhtato?PSyk pisturblns the equanimity W7 Itld-ereto-day J g and-.thel- r train. j ml childmake wtr on woswshood hood. , "Let me Mate here that I agree with every statement that the General nm4e concerning this picture. It Is a bad picture. I regret that he did not turn to the other side of his canva and, look at the other picture also. This Is a picture that has two sides tolt. Is Heartless Warfare. "I agrco that it Is a hearties war fnro that declares war upon women and children; but there are features of war that aro as distressing as shooting and burning. Starving Is Just nbout as bad, "Hero was n warfaro which has been conducted In Kentucky for ten or fifteen years by a lawless marauder and invador'of Kentucky's soil, defying het Constitution and her statues, robbing h,er peoplo hand over flat, oppressing tho poor, taking tho bread out of the mouths of these women and children not a half n dozen, not n score, but to the extent of more than eighty thousand of them. "How havo they robbed them? Th law-of the United States and the Con stltutlon of Kontucky forbid tho com- binatlon and confederation of those engnged In manufacturing or business to raise tho prlco of commodities above or to reduce them below their fair value. "Tho American Tobacco Trust has thus conspired, and had reduced tho price of this commodity In Kentucky below Its fair value at least one-halamounting In the aggregate to not less than $20,000,000 a year, a fair equlva- lent of tho value ot at least four or flvo average counties of this State, actually wiping out that much of Ken- tucky's wealth, and taking it, too, from n class of people who .could 111 afford to spare It. How Children Work. "I have in this campaign passed scores nnd hundreds of tobacco patches where tho man and wlfo and his children were all engaged In the culture of that crop. Those children ought not to have been thus put to work. That wife ought not to havo been put into the fleU to work. Yet tho price of the commodity has been made such by this trust as to make cattle of the women and children of the tobacco growers of Kentucky. "What kind of warfare is that, that yokes the women of this country to a plow in the tobacco field and robs the children of decent clothing and food; and, worso than that, robs their immortal minds of training and education? "To my mind, thnt was a condition, too,- - that called for public attention; and the episode that excited the indignation of Gen. Buckner grew out ol my familiarity with these conditions 1 have just described. Did Not Condemn. "It is not true that at the meeting tho General refers to I condemned the Governor of Kentucky for his efforts in putting down rioting. 1 approved the putting down of rioting. "My advice on that occasion was not to let up In the punishment of any man who had violated the laws of this jtate by night riding or otherwise, but to enforce the criminal laws against tho trusts at the samo tlmo. (Applause.) "My position was three years ago as it is now, thnt there is enough virtue and power in tho statutes of Kentucky now upon tho book3 to regulate the great tobacco trust in this State, and r It is mx puriose, if I am elected of Kentucky, to execute those (Great Apstatutes to the letter. plause.) "Now, because of that attitude, you may be sure that that trust is fighting me In this campaign. It Is behind the people who are making this manevo-len- t fight Didn't you hear Capt. Mar tin Bay a few minutes ago that at the S!51l"'-BoLlhJ,f f, Gov-erno- ef the Cornmotoeltk. Well, h sold that It wm a cowardly hum that would RATS GNAW MDY OF BEAD FAINTER 'Vllrnl !( WebsterS New ,joi.x'otory l L Women Make Ghastly Find in Old Barn NearOwens-boro. Owi lW'jwo.Ky., Oct. 28. fcliij kimMaff.oj or banv.on ' no: International Dictionary THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? f ilay a Ua5) Turin ir li3 had flipparutaJy tturnfl, iir.ar Suthurfamdjjuur.l fall-ji- , , Ow Mtrai i w lVurltoft-ruck- , , and wc-'i-l known Uurjiirshciufc itn trJ Gaj t River seotfun, ias found l vi a0 aidoy aifb rnwun by Mts, VxiA ISu-nrnJ Jix auuit, mho wru louUrog lit a ipolm-vr- eiixtiyuoynns of g hin ggj .n i1vj .barn. Tho noirou gavm ilw aaurim, awl a olatT Inup clioiii 1 self's- ito ihoCy bs that vt Ru Ovrcti:, nnul bvJtorliun.3 il www that IS boll Jain fhro(iJrFiv days. IWs had xau n thu rtghti mir f f the ih tid .ami p'jTJ b of fki h ofthor pan ton) of thy ody. -- 1 RiiMi-oc'- had not ib'i it so :i edn&i 'asi iMoni xy wb.'n ho was Jn. n. drunkrcn cwulilii n, and.r.is clainKtUio.wnB OJu njn' &' bani lxto Mantiay ani'smcun. Tho Garon pronotinoexl ftfllh du-- i to tHjXl.(i:v.Ur-l;c- rahii'dsy omld tlvi bady and swart ti wft) brought C'ni.T&l j to Owewsbor Oiy on aa-uH- y Uui iwGfw aad (L'Wi3li''j f tco dfj:j.iricd wfilliliatv Jtho funoral ooiidudttid Sunday. train hf's monn'.ngj-xiruaix- r ,For xa'ns In ttr-- s'idio or ehSit idam-Ie- n a jv'jcce of flanruJ with CJianiib hun's Llrjonrit and blind it over ithu B$t of the jxi'jn. Thicy Ja noHhtosr UjIxc. For sil by all dr,ugls.23, m o Tlnaley, Clerk, C. K. Smith. Atv. torney, Hartford. Court eonvenea firat londay In each month. quarterly Quarterly Court Begin on the fourth Monday In February, May, August and November. deflaea over 400,000 Court of Claims Convenes firet Tuee-m- y moro than ever Word; in January and first ,'TuewJay In before appeared between two Uuiobtr. covers. 3700 l'ages. 6000 II- S. Moxfiey. Other County OKIeerr-- C. ourveyor, b ordBville, Ky., , R. h D. lustrations. llnrt-lurNo. 2; Uernurd Felix .ABseeeor, rWaiM it k the only dictionary Ky., It. I'. D. No. 2; Henry Leach, with tho new divided 3utieiliitunilent, Hartford; Dr. A. U. page. A "Stroke ot Genius." itlicy. Coroner, Ilurltonl. JUSTICES' COUItTS. Becawe ,fc a? encyclopedia In DUlglO YOllUSV. u. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday af-- tr ls accepted by the Because ird Monday In June,, Tuesday after Courts, Schools and rd Alonday In September, Tuesday after Press aa the one supremo auird Mpnduy In December. thority. fj. ll. Bcott, Cromwell, Wednesday nfto .id Monday In March, Wednesday after Srii Monday In Jund, Wednesday Became no who knows Win a after Jrd Monday In September, Wednesday Success. Let us teU you about this new work. lfter 3rd Monday In December. John H. Miles, Itockjiort, Friday after .rd Monday in March, Friday after ..rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd V1UTE for ipKiiun of Bnr Ojit4 Monday In September, Friday after 3rd nf. C. A C. MERRIAM CO.,PmMUl.r5prlfKU,I Monday In LVcember. jCutteouup4ptf,nlnFSKaMtafoclutii J. C. Jackfon, Centertown, Saturday after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday af ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday after Jrd Monday In September; Saturday after 3rd Monday In December. "iut't gn iw, ' I kt Ticipsy, It 3a tho .0- - 11. C. Cook, Henfrow, Tuseday after ind Monday In February, Tuesday after sut of tiibj owner's libsr. inil Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd iMaki-- j vwjry dcl'or & foTf'.a' m Monday In November. iLutonj it 14 away Cr. mi Thomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday ucz t ifci m !o n-- i it. gut away, wff th? second Houday In February, Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May, JVcdncsday after 3rd Monday In Aususf. work wi n Jion q trpi-ti- Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Novern- - BecaiM Aiwiif euvonBK every old of the world's tbouxht, action and culture. The only new uaabridced dictionary a !?": thrae and titinin Febroary and emthiu oounUw. ComtiMiwhtl weeks; third Monday In April, two weka and6iMlMt rnwsiws a SpctUy. (muni Monitav In Jun. thre weka: third Monday In Octebr two wfeeka. County Court.-- K. R. Wedding--, Judge; In Cfreuk Oaurt T F. Mtrhhaail Jirrtav; MMklff. W D. Rln Felalhsr,' K. O. ifornias, Ctarki F. lix, Maatw Commtttenw, M. T. CMHna. Jury nind; T. K. Blaoic, flttar-If- f, Hartford. Drtitifr-- 8. O. Kaown an Lon Black. Court envefla flrai Men Will Un Attmri j yaojrarajtox!.. Otto C. Martin .i J .'. Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KT. jmeUt Ida profaMfcm iii Uilft a 0..M. IUHKBTT (J. K. SXIVI BARNETT SMITH, """" Attorneys at Law, HARTFORD, - KY. f il practice their profeeelon In all th courts of Ohio and adjoining cot .. ties and rjourt of AppeaU. Sp- - u af tentlon given to all bucini entrusted to their care.- - Collections ai the Prae-Ilea of Criminal and ileal BMate iW Specialties. Ine. Office In Hepubllcan I I I d, ' tlld " FRAlMK Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In Ohl ana adjoining counties and' In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Col lections a Specialty. Office In the Her aid building. L.FELIX, iC' y, ju a .11 Childron Cry Can Wicki.ireiliani nmk John D's night harad juscJt ccmlpljj'j ili hs Go 1 C ASTO RI A CONSUMPTION'S FOR FLETCHER'S After the Dollar. deStar is Mk We Tlw man toot B to FRE a & Ctm Wllllainv Mayor; HT c."-Z;- h man tAot ".cm aOjr it. Dt not --x- for ung ltouble, cough,, p,i, Jn chest, and that urer Membjfs of "council t?VbIS: run down feeling. ( Mention uu. paper.) nard. W. J. Bean, W. AI. Fair Pen pj;i lit to cotim itojoiu Go tx it. Husi:Jij Is "thin mitoiiira liihmt Tiiaks OHIO MEDICAL COMPANY School Trustees r. h ni.n. ,.T;i COLUMBUS, OHIO hiaUhy lw.mik I'f.idfi. n goyditrjwn dr is Box 95 Cli' Sr'ey' Dr. E. B.C7"M. Pendleton? not ilms n by ucoLdonf. It r ur RELIGIOUS SERVICES. s'oits ithuiwurk cf tlie jvp'i who ar 1. M. E. Church Knnth f stov doo? iii t in iL A prrjrm-rou- s every third day ?Ve?,ng month. flrst an School SunSunday y;45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. Rev. Vlrgll Elgin Pastor liaptlst ces every evenl"K- Sunday School Backbte's "Full ol Life" Northern Groo ayer meeting. i'il- - m' f'ediBrccd Seeds have a reputation o( 38 ears ol evening. Rov. 3. W. Brunfr. successful seed growing behind thee itpajs to - HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In all th rXflleai nF,grdsvillc, Thursday after Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, February, 'urtcr 9mh Mndnj ?icn,,,aJ,. ln. May- - Thursday' a"er and in the Court of Appeals. Also No !"d.ay in Monday n August, Thursday after tarj PuBlIc. Office over First National In November. Bank. Jtalph, Friday after ' T" 1 t onday Pattn. In February, Friday after 2nd 2nd Monday In May, Friday after 3rd a"e' 2nd JOHN D. WILSON CIUS. M. CltOWH HARTFORD POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe. Judge; Q. B. Llkens.Clty AntnSnCy: Sam ,nlley' Marshal; Court Ccin,Y.e.ne4 Monday In each month. Attorney at Law v YAN CY L. MOSLEY, I j3 1 Mon-nVoS- er WILSON & CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD, - KY.' ": aA.-..- SEEDS BEANS J3 70 Will praotloe their profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining cour ties, nnd In the Oouft of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections. Offioe on Main Si., opposite Court House. plant the best. Seasonable Specialties: Celebrated lor style, perfect fit. simplicity and chVrch-ServI- ces first Sunday in reliability nearly 40 yenrs. Sold In nearly every City and town in the United Stites and Canadi, or by mail direct. More fold than U 50 Bushel any other make. Send lor free catalogue. SKCUET SOCIETIES. PEAS McCALL'S MAGAZINE Extra Early Alaska . . . Jj 50 Bushel Hartford Lodfe No. (T?5. p & a More subscribers than any other fashion New Early Gradus Jsjo Bushel . .1 magazine million a month. Invaluable. Lat. meets first nnri n,i,,i ,L ". Horsford's Market Garden . $350 Bushel nlf."1 rest styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, each month, bw in Buckbee'S Lightning Express J5.00 Bushel P. Foreman Secretary. a full lire et J plain sewing, fancy needlework, hairdrtsslng, Lettuce, tUdish, Tomato and etiquette, good stories, etc. Only M) cents Keystono Chapter No. 110, n. A. M. Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. double), free j ear (northtoday, or including asamplepattern. meets everv thini Koir.i,'. ,..?? .' submit a list of Send for complete catalogue or Subscribe send for copy. jour requirements and will quote price. Priest; W ISrint,'!;vJoc!hn T Buy direct from the grower Sae Monev. WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS .Secretary. . Write today. Mention this paper. to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue unapier No. 81, O. E S and new cash prize offers. Address THE UcCALL CO.. S3 to 213 IV. 37th St. NEW YORK Li.n11,,,?; W.A Miss ....V lSGSBuckbeeSt., Rockford Scrd Firmi. Roclford.il J4 50 Bushel $4.75 Bushel Earliest Red Valentine . . .. Refugee Extra Early N;w Stringless Green Pod . Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax Davis New White Wax . . Currie's Rust rroof Wax . Jjjo Bushel is a Bushel Bushel Iff CUiurch-ServT- VMsS Christian Church-Scrvl- cca every fourth V J. NEY FOSTElf Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. All McCALL PATTERNS pastor. afLuP' P' "' Elder us WrlBht Ohio County tf . .... Matters Given Prompt Atten- PENSION .AFFIDAVITS A "iir r "" tion SPECIALTY, OTTQ C MAKT1.V H. W. BUCKBEE . "" UM'Kh S. IMIiKCNNKY Martin & McKenney ' J. Pytt. ,T,.If'fV. B. Tapnan. n. ' Of It. & S. o"'r ,"S"S.. "' --- nHhtSlfVnywlr cnm".,?0"11 Noah Hartrord Tent No. 99, The Hartford Republican Business Bulling Bureau X IS your business sick? Do you think you should have more trade? Is there anything worrying: you in connection with the growth of your business? Itccord Keeper. IV6 iO. 42 L. O. T. M.. oiiiiaiunu ueeis every nrst and third Friday nlclit - Comm.indr-1- O. T M iMrd Thursday . r ' ... K, B,KntehU of "J- - .. Hartford, Ky. General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK RecfKpcr1"- S,aras. Ula Attye arran.ldy '""eton, Lady and Fire. 1 KS.rw ftTi'ceriS: .- WILL ALSO BOJND YOU. fair men, and all at once it changed? Let's see it I can give you Eonio light on the subject. good, f Bald, pilVte:aJ WE HAVE THE REMEDY A. Editorials All Alike. "Hero is a piece cut from a Frankfort Democratic paper. It says this: 'Nearly every Democratic paper In tho State uses the editorials sent out by tho Democratic Press Bureau. This makes tho reading of Kentucky papers an uninteresting performance.' "The whole tone of tho Democratic press of Kentucky Is' being colored from tho Democratic headquarters at Louisville. We have retained the services locally of the greatest retail and bank advertising exnert 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 td this office. We will pass the letter on to Mr. Hendersfcn and you will receive from him in a few days a solution of your difficulties the same kind of solution that has made success for thosands in the same positions as yourself. Acme I.odM Kn ana r n r tit second tnd fourth VrldaV nlcht In each month. W. It. HedrlckNoUle Grand Secretary. nH' Tfll.o TJn li,o , Men. meets second WXlrXVL., " n2iVfn5llt.ln eacl1 C. Bcn fMe' Ch,cf llecordt '"' A' Hartford Camp, Brn't - Adjt, w! z?'w$&y: Ti.oriVii2a,ifcSa: . Preston iMnrtftn Tn.- XT t Sotufday thJSUi!lK. n,e,,lnBSeach month. beforo 111 civnuuy Ash. ford anils, CommarlUer; J. 31, Rogers, -- .., Electric Bitters weaknesses they aro the supreme remedy, as thousands havo testified. Succeed when "everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female KIDNEY-LIVERAN- , A. S. of E. Ky National Officers: becretary-Trtasurtr-S. President-- M. V. Sharp. Narrows. Vice Prcsldent-- J. Ji. Woods. It may be that a new style "Hafy At the Helm. "Now you havo the man who 1b at the bead of the Democratic machine, at the same tlmo In tho employ of a millionaire trust In Eastern Kentucky, working upon a salary for It, a convicted libcler, running this press of Kentucky, lining its columns with ma" terial sent from headquarters. "Now, they don't have It signed by They have" it any particular paper. credited to 'Exchange.' That means or implies that it has been gotten from eorno other paper. It is not true. It Is sent to all ot tbem at the same time, and It is all printed with tho malicious Intent to deceive and mislead the people of Kentucky." of advertising will make a difference in your business.. Possibly a certain kind of advertising folder that has brought success to others' is ' what you need. dow dressing may be what will bring you the success you lask. Special salesmanship A Some scheme of a novel kind that will bring the money pouring into your money drawer is possible. t State Officers: t" YwJi'.1'' Pre'sIde'nU Ind. V. KutnD t C,nrr?11 county. ,'' Pres. FOR STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. D " ' Tra"' llberUon' county Vice McLean county, particular method of win- Your competitors may be worrying you and you may want a knowledge of the latest method of fighting them. You may need help in getting in your bad debts a, few hints can be given that have materially helped others out of How to conduct a special sale, or sales, may possibly by the tro-bl- e. made suqessin similiar circumstances may be indicated in your business, that has shortest way out of your But whatever it is, send the fullest particulars of your troubles to this department and let Dundaa Henderson help ypui FREE? Ohio County Officers: H. U Stevens. I'rea.. Deaver Dam.Ky. iicnry firtie, Sec. Hartford. Ky. D, J?ord, Tieaa.. Hartford. Ky. COUNTS BOAItD OK EDUCATION. Henry Leach. Chairman. Hartford.Ky. 1. U B. Tichenor, Hartford, R. v. D. No. 5. 2. K. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. . I'atterson, Oluton, Ky. 4. 11. WAIfoid, While llun. Ky. 5. Jtlchard I'lumer. Tayjor MlnM.Ky. 6. J. L. Brown, ltoekport. Ky. , Warren cunty. State ar" Lat- iirniS."?!. r.y. "'"-ilstunt state orcanizers. Hoard of Directors. 'Bun Wnimn vr. rert county; m. Barnett. Ohio ly, A. II. UrookB, Uiacken cpunty; coun. it. n. Iv.??". Uatdln county, and J. 1 ' Vow. counlv " SEEDS' SPECIAL OFFER: H4 TtUU AtrUlwIlP U N.r Buhm tu tou oar penuatei euitoratr. eoAXAKTke t9-d-y; "",.?.uy! WCXMTS SKM SUCCtH I c i A.w I Wrfr Mmtkm thlq t puuul mvwvUammavmamwuwwwi 10 SENDHCfclH CENTS I to W IWlT UU MUg M4 i Pfc. Tl.fcU r IW M Ataau a WW fipwe low rmmma w" i .. kabv.i "ta toal Hto JHt . m..M ww us VVUh fc k i i MM tiHtti Sm mwoNW Wf SnNMHNJf ;' J A Reliable Remedy 1TARHH LtXymj This costs you nothing and may help you to make a foitune Ely's Cream Balm ll Quickly stxorbed. Cites (Ulitl t Once. Write today confidential-addrwe Further particulars of our ofFer may be obtained on application to this ofiice. All communications absolutely mm "Jlj . NW Itcltjuson, Kootbes, hi'ula and protects the diwasiHl menu braae reMjltiuf; from Cjtiurh, and trlvtn away a Cold in lhp Head' quickly. ' Ko. Of, stsrea llttr Heo Tate and 8wll. JhrfLiWt;atlrg-Klt- a or by wail. ltflt$$temt 'Amite. El BdUmh, M Warn Mntt. Ktw Vwk. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, , MYFEVCR ,Husinsr Buildinjf lut;tau 'Dm .' " Hartford. Kentucky. Wi?-- ' V BSSSSSSS I A " "'T For Sale I BUNCO AND DCrCNDED..!x : or for tip-- it anarch ami freo rvDort.1 rkn ho to obtain Mienta, Inula burtl I ftSTOUNDING ADMISSION Democratic Newspaper Frankly Tells Why Democrats Oppose Redistricting FROM 3MST0W IS WITH O'REAR On County Unit a t Mtrt or i MrhtfMiMt Praetlci Excluttrelr. Writ eoino to u at Tie fM StfMi, aaf Vsrtei lutM ratant Ostea, WAaHIMBTON. D. C. Jltuinrtl Srect tmrnqr end fit i. Real Estate! CO Acres of the (meat Rough rivet bottom land located three miles west of Hartford. About 20 acres lu cultl; ration. Good dwelling and out buildings. A bargain for $1,250. A Poor Weak Woman Ai t. 74 i - IN ALL CQUNTR KUk Wathlxgton tavtt lint, ri. lit faint. and All Other I Questions. f .Judgo O'Rcar, as tho pooplo of Kentucky remember, attache's almost as great Importanco to the, character of tho'nomlnco for Lieutenant Governor as ho did to the nomlnco for Governor, bocauso ho knows from observation at Frankfort how Influential tho presiding officer of tho Senate Is In all legislative matters. Consequently, whllo ho did not pick tho'nomlnce of tho convention for Lloutcnnnt Governor, ho did Insist that tho nomlnco should bo In ontlro accord with him on tho county unit and all othpr questions. Judge L. L. Rrlstow, of 'Georgetown, was nominated for Lieutenant Governor upon tho Idea of solecting a consistent running mato for Judgo O'Rear. At Ellzabethtown, when Judgo O'Rear opened tho campaign, Judgo Dristow was present and spoke. Ho declared himself to bo absolutely In line with Judgo O'Rear's views and tho party platform. In the following languago: ''The Republican party demands a compliance vith tho plain mandate of tho Constitution, which provides for tho enactment of a general local option ,law with tho county as tho governing unit. Mark you, wo don't say tho only unit, as tho Democratic papers try to mako you believe. We say tho 'governing unit,' and wo mean exactly what wo say. We mean that tlpn, and has voted dFy, that we don't want ono H'tle wot precinct In that county to thwart the w'lllof tho voters. Let there be no mistakes as to my position on this lobby question. I stand shoulder to shouldor with Judgo O'Rear In his fight against tho nefarious practices of tho 'Third House.' If elected, I will recognize the right of tho liquor men or any other Interest to petition for redress of grievances, but they will not bo allowed to lnterforo In matters of legislation as they havo In the past." d M'CREARY'S MOUTHPIECE ijjjBjra Anrnflataniltnc ft .ketch andjlescrlntlnn may quicair Hniiaiu inir uimiitiu ireo wueillcr ml H prohnhlrpntcnlnhin. Com invnition llrconildeiittal. HANDBOOK miunlaw on ! ntcnta tlons aonl Ire. Oldest aoencr for.ecuriM(nat J'atoQta lakan'tnrounu Munn & Co. receive fjamoiT ft, without cbargo. lallio 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE We have 4G0 acros of fine bottom land .from one and a half to two mllea of Hartford, part of It with Umber. Also about 76 acres of upland belonging to the same tract. Terms easy story frame building with five rooms nnd large recptleon ball, built out of tho' host selected material. Situated on Claj and Pcedrlcd 6trcete, Hartford, Ky. Lot C0x205 feet Flue well of soft water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable, A .now ono and, one-ha- lf gjto is termed, will enduro bravely and patiently Monies which a strong man would rjive way under. The fact is women ore more patient than they ought to be under such' troubles. Every woman ought to know that she may obtain the most experienced medical advice free cf charge nnd In absolute confidence end privacy by writing lo iaiaissssssssssr r .i. i,. wn--i.iv,3,cuurr. uicuicai- vssociatinn, It. V. i.uiiu a ii:.K.. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierco lias been chief consultinif nhvsicinn nf ilm InvK.l.' Hotel and Surtfcsl Institute, of Buffalo, N. Y.f for many years and has had n xvitlcr nrnetirnl rnrrlim.. in the treatment of women's diseases than any other physician in this country. s His medicines are for their astonishing efficacy. ':.. ... world-famou- 'fflv Marks designs Copyrights Ac. TnAoe o Scientific American. llhutmtcd weekly. Tjireost of nsy t cicntlflo journal. Terms, S3 a yenrt four months, II. Sold brail newsdealers. A Branch Offlco, 9 F Bt, Waabltwton, D. U, Subscribe for The Republican -- $1.00 per year. buildings, pne acre lot of ground. A uplendld location for family residence and hotel. Price and terms reasonable. Apply to BARNETT & FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Ky. , Good nine room two story dwelling Ky., has good cistern, good cellar, never falling .well of water, good stable and other Out in Centertowo, POSITIONS GUARANTEED you a position lr you us real soon. Wo need many more at once to supply tbe enormous demand for our graduates. As soon as we sot tbe required number of students tbls offer will be withdrawn. So write at onco for particulars. WE wllJ GUARANTEE vm OEO. W. SCHWARTZ 1KIMCtrAIs BUSINESS COIjIEGE iNCoaroBAXicfi ESTAnusnw) iso-- t TjOTJISVIMjTC. KY T? jfljL I WANTEMMDERAGENT iMiuBiMim niiiiKrr ". ccpmcoiticic5nipiimcKiousatourexpenseatidraw7Mr0-K- ihEACHTOWI oicycie wmisneu by us. fast. makmz money jjiwiH tVrttt for and itrcil rnTrr afourt. NO MONEY HKQUlfCISU until you receive and approve of your bicycle. iiany"JSit2?WVS ..v.-."v put It to any test you wish. If,wji.i.Miuiniwuutiime)ou'n;iyridetnido sou are then not perfectly satisfied or nde and exhibit W.hl n. Perhaps the most astounding admission that has been made by any Democratic newspaper of what the Democrats really think on the question of fairly redistricting the state has como from' the Henry County Local, published at New Castle, Ky. This Democratic newspaper describes the sections discriminated against by the gerrymander that has deprived 352,-70- 5 citizens of representation In the legislature, as Inhabited by a "rough nnd disorderly" people, and declares that ninny of them "delight In bloodshed and strife." It gives'" this as the reason the Democrats will not redls-trlc- t tho state If they carry the next election. The article appeared In the issue of October 13, and was written by tho editor as an answer to n speech made In Now Castle by Judgo O'ltcar, when he declared that the Constitution Is being grossly violated by the gerrymander. The editorial from the Henry County Local, a Democratic newspaper. Is as follows, and, coming from Senator McCreary's mouthpiece In that section of the state, It la a significant admission of what the Democrats Intend to do: '. The Editorial. "Judgo O'Rear's points were well put and stood out clearly, and there was an apparent show of fairness on his part, though It was more seeming than real. His manner and method were those of the shrewd lawyer that he Is, addressing a jury, bis ahn being to mako them see one side and only ono side of the case. In this instance his Jury was five or six hundred strong, probably half of them Demo-- i crats. "Ho did not try to make many points, only two or three though he has raised other Issues elsewhere. The gist and bulk of ltls speech was to show that the constitution has been violated by the Democrats for 20 venrs In tlmr thnr hnvn tnlloil In rn. district the state so as-t- o give Repub lican sections of the state 'equal rep- reseiltatlon In the legislature, etc., "The Judge stated the truth In the Tho most perfect remedy ever devised for weak and delicate women is Dr. Ficrc.o'a Favorite Prescription. IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG, SICK WOMEN WELL. The many nnd varied symptoms of woman's peculiar ailments are fully set forth in Plain English in tlio People's Medical Adviser (1008 pages), a newly revised and Edition of which, will bo mailed free on receipt of 31 onj.ce.it stamps to pay cost of mailing only. Address as above. cloth-boun- GILLESPIE BROS.' 3 W. HAVE YOUR SUITS H.&J. F.GILLESPIE Proprlotors I Cleaned s Pressed 6 LADITHIl AND REPAIR WORK Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, Ky. Repairing and Dye- 3 ing neatly done. I Ladies work given I special attention. Hats Cleaned and jj Repaired. Work called for and I delivered. Club rate $1.00 per I month. Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. 1ILDO Gltll), HI HARTFORD, KY. B HEFL1N & CO., Pirst Class Liverymati Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, Jh" Mht Brade bicycles it ' possible to mak matter and no .Democrat will deny It. FACTORY PRICtS at e " -one null profit above actual factory cost. You save ft to $35 middlemen's profits by buyim direct of ui and have the manufacturer's inuil "llt What Of ltf Democrats say that a Dicycie or a pairot tires Irom rtojwi .tmcc uciiniu yuur uicicic. at any Price until you receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of factor . t hnii"li thprp Is a Prowsion nt Ihn BU- premo law requiring the redistricting tnett and retmxriuibu special effnt to riiior iiRints. V0U WILL BE ASTONISHED Sudyor it Is to all intents and - ml'A .. I .. a .1 1.! tills iA4K .la aall aUa U.l '! MltV1 Atr i a' . lu.iunii;! Tin m aii.I-i'ru- law, lil Uu atvi'i, torir.ds nil Iiniir.n. r IHCVCL.E DKAI.IOltS. you can sell our bicycles under our rucrs mica me aay received. We do n.--.. rrTiilirlv HIECOKD HANI) IIICVCI-KS- . L.vLiaV Y usually have, a number on hand taken In trade by our ChieaEO retail stores. ' 8 or tsio. Uescripuve bargain lists IJ promptly at prices nnsinj trom B3 to liiglo heels, luipurtcd tAITPD BBfiltrQ equipment of all lands at ,tf roller cliuln- - and ut'Uuls, , mual r,UU trie,,. tUJI I laam I I hTn'anVnrhcriaoVvr" wV;;,'li7 laaf uouuic our pntcs. hjl. one thing necessary to give It life that on name ls case rA 1h,nA h!M. h. orl necessary in theIntv Inof any Mp.ifl liese we clear ol so-cal- "eau letter.- incKing tne mailed free. parts, repairs as i ir The sectiohs of the state that are discriminated I nun against are for the most part moun- -Ha.KB.inw u ants? 70 INTRODUCE, ONLY , ' talnous, or, if not, then mining regions Ttm-Tht rtrular retail trice ol Ihtte lirei is .wxjTa?mS!. kr V in any event, paics of the state In- SS.SO ter tair. but . iuli odtice we will habited by rough and disorderly peo ttllyouasaMplcpairlorfiMvasnxunaracruM). tiVfi tsfifn 'Iss- -i Tr riTTn1WlsrTr ple whose civilization is but little more HQ MOtE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES rriiF than a figment. These are the people or Glass will not lot the ItlSTitcluthousand pairs sold last year. f air Oirfc Sixty among whom feuds ever exist, very Over two bunched thousand pairs now ia use. sESwwSSRialHslWawSfl many of them delighting in strife, i nFxnrilPTinU; Madelnallsize. Itislivclv W. ( bloodshed and turmoil, as a Sttdeasvridincr.vervdurableand lined Insidewlth result oi u anecial minhtv of rubber, which never becomrs nil rt it'll till Mia nnrlpa orntA lu nnt 'porous and which closes Up small punctures without allow-in- ? ou,-the air to escape. We liarcliutiareds of Utters from satis. taxed hcnvU' to pay for crl,ninni Sedcustoruersslallns thai their lircs ha Veohlybeeti pumped nnd "u," also rim strip "ii prosecutions, but Is given a most un- Dp oncTor twice in a whole season. TIieywclHhorhorethau in ordinary tire, the puncture resisting qualities bilii ft given tiirVu'uananfo?.:, enviable reputation abroad. occupy by'ieverai layers of thin, specially prepared fabric oil the " 'Now,' say Democrats, who make soft. ELASTIC au tread. The regular price of these tires 1353.50 per palr.bu t for I liASV HIDING. nn.l r.,l j fl. .vonltlllor lt.,1 l.rlvf,.. i'W tdrertlslnc niirnn4 weare tnnklnff a snecial fnctr.rv nriee n wi ..v irvii"i".l ,.l. ....fj. nn. shipped same day letter Is received. We slilp '0.1)4 the rider of only $4.80 per pair. All orders .. lion Of tha state where nriH fntiti.i lliat.- - , J. i., nnf until vrm We will allow a ens iUcoant of 5 per cent (thereby making the price St.Bf. per pair) If o mcnt ami gOOd Ordor prevail, 'wo haVO Btrnd ruuu,u,uu '.- - uuuK.it. aim ciiciosc tnis cavertisement. YOU run no risk Kndin? us au order ps the tires may be returned at OUlt expense If forany reason they ar'1 uea'' tne3 upon ourfcoives fn not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as in i give these rough, wild people public ., . , ..,.. . . of these tires, vou will find that thev will ride exslrr nm fn.i bank. If von order a oalr mat wear better, last longer and look finer than any tire j ou have ever used or seen at any price. W bc"0,H a,,u Ill8U scnoois, in orucr .t..i you will be oo well phased that when you want n bicycle you will give us your orde tlioy may become good citizens and know that , nc n.im iu kiiu ub u nui uiu m unvc, (icu.c una icmiiiiwituie uie oner. tllus aCQUlrO tne power that education mw vou send don't buv any kind at 4' Mr vAm. m.r.r.r. Vne--A lledgcthorn runcture-rroo- an v Price until approval for a tires on f WW fICCff Urge and trial i civ es to develop their country and the special Introductory price Quoted above; or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue whic glvo their lands greatly Increased prices'. at about S describes aud quotes alt makca and kinds of tirestoday. U half theTHINK NOT but write us a postal consoquence, put Of IlHYINQablcjcarts miavw or pair of tires from anyone until the new aW we are making.l It onlya costs a postal to lcaru everything. Vou know no IV. aud wouderfi value In on an equal and thus with nU footing themselves ,. offers write u ourselves. So we Uave acted u generous part, aud uutil those things come to pass wo have done enough." a Matter or rroiectiom "But, the question ot protection Is also Involved projection for tho proplissswl erty and other material iuterests bf Li I m o CURE L.UNC8 tho better part of the state and self lntorest ls very hard to suppress. 13 ut IU1U TRiDE.MAnKR urumnbrv Ahl.lnn.1 1n Where's tho danger? Let the hordes Ucuiitriea,oriii Ira. Wo obtain patents w THAT of rough and tough people spoken of eipuue, and licli juu to auoceat. send a big hunch of representatives Band irodel. ptoto or aketch for FR E C report on laUenUblllty. to year' practka. and Senators to Frankfort with their RIFEfiCNCCS. lorfre-Oulcrude notions of Internal improvement, Hook ou I'rontabla 1'ulcnU wrlta to plans of general their ".?TBSS H aTt WH, Street, ak a tj road making and other wild schemes to bo offectuatod at public exponsd, ANB ALL THROAT AIWLUNQ TROUBLES. nnd this Godavored region of ours OTJAKANTXXO SATISFAOXORYl would be mado to groan under ndded OK XONXY KXFUNDSD. tax burdens fo year's and years how long? This would be accomplished by1 these pooplo, aided by men from other parts of the state. "Besides, isn't tho principle Just tha Ladies! ave Money aad Keep ia same as our Republican administraStyle by RwJing McCaH' tion at Washington lias applied to our MJ4JKMG'StU.M StKCEEM ' Magazine and Uiwg McCall Patltm insular possessions, which are governIn the ed with but very little 'say-sSPICIAL OFFER' A McCaH'.Aa'iiilB.wllI Maw Hvalneaa. ' la ttuUiyou penuancat process, 'protection' being tho reason MKA1LS HACAZIM y hell) yoit (lieM 1 a cu. trial wIlTnuk ' Vomer. BUafatuwBwBtKl Orxour ut a nioOcniiu therefor? JSquallty among Individuals bApiiio.liy kuoplliit is tho theory, It is true, lu our system 'a -- l. r.ll.U..MOWBlMUnl- yon pi I oil uu, tliQ Jmsv" wv"aia riuwwwuu l3ll"t fa. i. hi on s lit of government,, but practically nothing Itllllllll TTt HnmUi. VMIkM H,m. itulUc and hail. GO Mia.l tMMliU(,Iik.!rU IiH.JUi, PifcWL like equality lias ever been attained An l.i.hMI ffinil'n' r II Km? l'jliiiiii Dcsirus in.Milll. tteU -, FWM TB, V..lm In cadi lMiii. ,m in this country or any other. Judgo mUi m4 hi Tirflai, u , m. taliiabla luforiiuitlou O'Raar's affected altruism In this matin nil lioirin. mid r!)r, ter ls t,n MMMt buncombe. But, If edejtjsfcWaef I ftvtoa-- a m;iul luaiU'in. poly tlx.' ii iiur lucludlnic S the people of, Uie more prosperous wy,t ?.Ly?1 ."J. n irv NpHim Mt IbtMnMi, llMWstiTK piiitttii. full t ot the stte are deelrouit of rr j tu.'.,r or toud immi0mammwmn fcir lice muplo copy. throwing down the bars and placing MtQJ will rnabloyoit hi wmto In your their poiuweon afthe mercy of these I kh.Li.U. liuM 1V1I. Svl own bomo wliti v'i.1KU-urur i krfiMia twhiMtiaMlnMkatMn,, 'meuntalnecrt, let )ourf and hlld.I r'llcl) KilKM"i'rrt the limit by voting for Judge them go 1M Neon tiO ia.HylOUI.dr.t, l'(. O'Rear .H.W. jwosxrow, iu, cents .;raiio?up, aiul thMemTHl twfttiiteee for both W VIM (Im Yh fj) t - f 'Ulnu cjl). bouaea of tUe leglsIatureV-Henr- y. iciliHiuiumu. .imu. u,.,,i,,rfif lrrniliiutataKsuoni .)(, .'if Ji, r, C'eunty LocaL 8 HFfiOCTHi, IPS!NiftTIlDi:.PDAI.E bi ecj e.yejii tbdetc a sample pair B ft I son about tlUs.wny: tlio stnliitf lntter " t, nnd that one thing Is public ..nHm.t.1. Thiv tho nnmnornt rn. , UOOK, ", itYYXVMYYYVYVrVVVVX': a? " I Y SEN TO ft ft Mii,ilt&t'IWWsjHH MATHENEY & BATTS ,t-- nn-- n 1 vlu '.. Vanderbilt Training School Y n-- lr, I I ursir WWS-il- al - ELKTON, Ky. A limited select school lor boys. FOR BOYS l. meae) mm mwm, Chicago, KILLthe COUCH the "&M S Y Y Y I? Faculty Dr. King's PAVadvH-Ui.nitbon)uUy,Vt- Now Discovery da -- HHC8BBI" JSfm. 8svnlh wniiiu g BULBS' !!- Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Our patronage has of college-traine- d men. come from several Southern States. Twenty-fou- r different towns in Western Kentucky represented this year. Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Baths. Extremely healthful location. $1,000.00 recently spent on improvements. NO SALOONS IN THE TOWN OR COUNTY. Moral surroundings excellent. UNEXCELLED AS A SCHOOL EORYOUNG BOYS. Nineteenth ft ft H H H H H H H H H H M-- 1 (Ul-lli- 111 4u . Year Begins September (j, 1911 Write for catalogue. Address all communications to Desk"B" sec-tlH- T rftt MATHENEY & BATTS. s P-- -- Ki mux. wtscAfr. z hj wt x . new wiac hhhhxxuhhhXhxhh, -- S V i 'fTfTTTtTfTTTTTTTTTTTf .MRS. OGDEN MILLS. SAftE MODEL l:,9W,990 Will VILLAflrL E PlerrbiM J 11 nan m;u rWU y i rip She Plant te Limit Exeluilve Socltty Set ta One Hundred and Fifty, Net 400, but ISO. will .comprise the socially elect of the future, according 1. AXIV J to plana formed by Mrs. Ugdeu Mills. Upon her return from France, whither sho went to attend the wedding of her son, Ogden TJvIngston Mills, nnd Mies LAAAAAAAA AAAAAA Margaret Rutherford, daughter of Mrs. 1C Vanderbllt. Mrs. Mills la TA'PTS 13,000 mllo William to resume her social feud 'stales, expected PRESIDENT the United Mrs. John II. Drexcl of Phllndcl-pld- a from Iloston on with and to renew her efforts to comSept. 15, Will end In Washing- - press the social list to the 150 she conitm sn Not. 1 In Umo to hear the vcr- - siders adequate. If successful, Mrs. Sct from 8omo of the states In the Mills will become the recognized social Seeflea six days later. , The president will travel through jtasMttj-fou- r states and speak In more 43h 100 cities. It Is expected that several million persons ,wlll,hcnr the arrrsUlcnt's voice or at least catch a Ispso of the presidential smile, Thu JWIaerary follows: Taft'a en HernM For Percent of Moderate Meant. Mrs. Ituseell Sage's interest in Improving social and economic conditions is to take the form of a model village. Tho proposition has been under for Bomo'tltne, and the preparations aro now Hearing completion. The Russell Sago foundation ta in charge. Tho suburb to be created will coner&w. wio on June 20. 1782, reportbo located on Long Island, about ten ed to that body hta design for a government seal. In this the Latin legend miles from Nowvl'ork city. The suburb will comblno beauty In "E Plurlbus Unuin" was to be borne tho arrangement of grounds with at- on a ribbon held In the beak of an In cnglc. nnd permanency tractiveness Just where Sir John got tho Idea Is building nnd will meet tho needs of many persons of moderate means who not certain, but It Is n fact that the on the cover of the motto was In Gentleman's Magazine, first published In 1730, and It may have struck his Sptnt AdThe country ta Indebted to ams for Its natl&Ml nottft, with an ftngltahraan of note sharing In the honor. It eeemn that while Adanw was minister to Rnglnnd Str John Freatwlck, an pmltient Bngllsh antiquary, suggested to him a good motto to represent the union of the American Adams at once., was taken colonics. with the Idea, which he transmitted to. Charles Thompson, tho secretary of Unm. Js '''4 , - m UNDERWEAR! i. f , t JACK FROST ue fancy by Its applicability to tho situ ntion then obtaining in America. Leiwo Boston. Erlo, (Sept. 17- -In Syracuse, To. Pa. Erie, SitpL IS Dotrolt, Fontlac, Saginaw, Bay Mich. Srpt. 1J Bay City, 8auit Stc. Marie, 15 Stt. K cr, M&r-cuett- e, Alnrquette, Mich. ltnplds, Monteltb, Battl rStftt. Otadc, Kalamazoo. Mich. ' 20 and Sept. Srpt. Mich. t Sfpt. Srpt. Sept. a-Ka-nsas 3 St III. aBr:aWt LafetM.' Loula. City, M6.'; Baldwin, Baldwin, Clierryvale, CofTey-vSS- e, Independence, Chanuto, Ottawa, TSxn.: Kansas City, Mo. Sept. iG Hutchinson, Kan. Sept. 27 Hutchinson, Topcka, Atchison, 3Lt3.vnworth, Kan. Stpt 2S Council Bluffs, Denlson, Fort TDodc, Webster City, Iowa Falls, Water-3ra. 3 iWBaitt ?-- 3K Photo by American Press Association. UBS. UUS3ELr, BA.OE. New Zealand's Glaciers. The great size of he glaciers around Mount Cook, In New Zealand, has been often remarked. Tho Taxman is eighteen miles long, the Murchlson the Godlcy qlgbt miles, tho Mueller eight miles nnd tho Hooker seven miles. Most of these glaciers have moraines of exceeding roughness, but tho approaches to them are not steep, ns is usually tho case with Tho southern European glaciers. Alpine snow line is only n little over 7,0p0 feet Glaclnlly polished rocks nro rare, nnd in many-- ways tho mountains are singularly 'different from those of central Europe. ten-mil- Has, no doubt, reminded you thai you need more and better protec tion for your body that some new Underwear will supply your de- - 2 ficiericy. We are in a position to furnish J, the Underwear you need any weight you may desire. .& i t n 1 MEN'S rirniAPirc ; wiffi rtr wiihnni Hppp. ings, as well as the Wool Shirts Cotton Union Suits or Shirts and and Drawers in red, gray .and tan. J ff . Sept. la. 3K. Sept. Albla, Ottumwa, la. Sedalla, Kansas City, 2J Waterloo, Dea Moines, Knox--HJ- o, Prsons who say so mush about rarly oiriy rlstnlg nvorau niv g-jl-s njirJlutJi'd thut I X X T LADIES'" best makes and' a variety from which you can make a satisfactory 1 A caught by dby .bind. 1 Vests, Pants and Union Suits of the 2 X Oct. I Omaha, Neb. Oct. 2 Omaha, Lincoln, Hastings, Neb. Oct 3 Denver. Oct. 4 Cheyenne, Oct. S-- Salt Laramie, Ilawllns, Lake City. Oct. C Pocatello, Boise, Mi. V Walla Walla, Wash.; Lewiston, Oct. 3Wmcow, Ida.; Spokane, Wash. Oct 8 LInd, EllcnburfT. Tacoma, Wash. Oct 9 Belllnghnm, Mount Vernon, Everett. Seattle, Wash. Oct 10 Seattle, Tacoma, Wash. Oct 11 Tacoma, Olympla, Contralto. Gehall?, Caetlo Ilock, Kelso, Kalama, TSisncouver, Wash.; Portland, Oro. i Oct 12 Portland. Salctn, Ore. Oct 12 Sacramento, San Francisco, CaL I tho TJia itrurfa must imlla. thai' on biwinwas world Is a public way whildh nmwjoTKJ has a night to rasa without mol&ttaiMon, not a itenwd-i- n, clo-vm- el - una ogdek uir.tn. leader of Newport, a position which has been vacant since the death of Mrd. Astor. I jtf0r 'HBMhHPw Mt?y wp' WMW ;- Mi 1 1 , td'.Vjm.S t ilHEP 3 I31L by American ' 1 Press Association. :l tertaining all season. She dances and many dinners nnd luncheons are Included In her list of entertainments already given, nnd olherrf aro to follow? Earlier In the summer Mr. Drexcl, It Is understood, gavo his wife 5200,000 as an entertaining fuud, and sho has disbursed this with n lavish hand. Falrholm, the Drexcl estate on Ochre Point, opposlto Mrs. Vanderbllt's tho Breakers, all summer long 1ms been tho'ueadquarters of the younger set. Mrs. Mills applied the 150 Idea to tho recent danco she gave at her place on the cltfTs for her and daughter, Earl and Countess Granard, the most exclusive entertainment held in Newport in many years. Mrs. Mills, with her" daughters, Countess Grauard and Mrs. Henry C. Phlpps, wrote tho curds for the 150 persons invited. son-in-la- The social rivalry between Mrs. Mills and Mrs. Drexcl has been Intense this stimmec Mrs. Drexcl has strong allies in many of the younger people, nnd she has been actlvd in en- now bare to choose between a city apartment or a framo house in a suburb built on conventional lines. An investment of 2,000,000 is Involved. The Sage foundation docs not give charitable nld to Individuals under nny circumstances; hence tho proposed model villagers not to' bo a charity, but a business project expected to jleld a prollt The trustees bought a tract of 14Q acres and organized a distinct corporation to hold it and advanced tills company tho Accessory capital. Mrs. Sago hopes by the success of this enterprise to create an example .which may be adopted in other parts of the country. If the present undertaking 13 a success a suburb for laboring people with small wages may be established Inter. years old. Mrs. age is eighty-thre- e having been born nt Syracuse. N. Y., on Sept 8, 1828. The list of her' charitable donations is very long antL includes gifts of 1,000,000 to the Emma Wlllard seminary nt Tror, N". Y., from which she was graduated, and $1,000,-00- 0 to the Jlenssolner Polytechnic institute at Troy, JJ. Y. , TOM SHERMAN. patch. Monopoly Not Desired. j seiecuon. t t t Z Since our own'faults are so thoroughly enjoyable, we are always happy to find that others possess them. so good for whooping cough ltenndy," as OfcunU irlaln Cough, writes .Mrs. Francis Toirpln, Junction, (M!y, Oivgon. This rrm'jtly is alsoun sun3s&jd far icolds vand croup. m alo by all dpugglas. nvsdLolnm CHILDRESS "I do nof. tasUtfVts rlu-T- o is nny other Ir y i the smallest to the largest. " It will be to your advantage to buy your Underwear for the whole 1 lamny nere. ( Vests, Pants' and Union Suits from A iMaiy Burglar's Awful Deed. xJ- - nut paralyz aluonwao cojmipkfla-la miolnr'8 lorjg 11 n las. Eut Dr. King's New lilfr Pulls ono a. eplon dM lumady tor wonnn. "Tlfey ga,vio a3 nw .wonidrjrXul t E. P. BARNES & BRO., , BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. PBEBIDBNT TAJT. BEN JOHNSON OF KENTUCKY. t It Congressman Is a Fatalist and a Most Interesting Character. Itcprcsentatlve lien Johnson qf Ken- teenth animal contest for the American tucky, who recently gained tho dis- amateur championship, held recently on the ApawnuiW links at llye, N. Y., OctJl-Ne- w Castle, Wyo.; Edscmont, tinction of being tho first member of Coster. VDcadwood, VUlt, Lead, Sturges, congress to fly an aeroplane, is a most Mr. Sherman led nil of the experts at the close of tho first day's play. Mr. Jfciiiid City. S. V. Interesting char Sherman played around In 75 and led Oct 22 Pierre, S. D, acter. Klrst of Oat 21 Pierre, lluion, Aberdeen. S. D. a long lift of goiflng celebrities, who nil, ho Is a fatal 2 Aberdeen, 8. D.; Colosne. 8ha-JrtOct 1st "What Is ilankato. Wutervillo, Faribault, JttXDOalph, Minneapolis, Minn. written is writOut J5--St. Paul. ten" is his Bay, Apploton, O. Lac, Milwaukee, Wis. Oshkosh, nnd "what creed shall 1ak du Oct 27 .Milwaukee, Itacino, Kenosha, be" his belief. "KVSa.; Chicago. He would be ' . Oct 2S, 29 and -perfectly happy Oct 31 Pittsburg-to go up in a Hyj Mjv. 1 Washington. ' Iflaplca which the president will ing machine In n hurrieune, conare! vinced that if It r Onlfonn divorce laws. CJ JJalformlty of law on other questions happened to be Photo by American his time to die he Press Association. I3i which many of the states differ. would dlo then Iwrtlflcatlou of tho Panama cunal. ijen jonxso. aud there and Jteform of court procedure. V fXYailff wltll llm IH. 111,. ,.!.... 'MwiMtVam ' Tfr that if It was not ho would live 4aavr J ...... - .i,fjfiuu fniuiiun. j Slaximum und minimum clause of through 'anything tho elements had to offer. Ho has often told his friends Ote tariff law. Conservation and treatment of the that if ho knew death wero sitting nt his elbow, Intending to pay a cnll In Ave minutes, ho would not even raise , Economy In the government. THEMANAROUNDTOWN. ! . his hand to prevent tho visit. OOalvorsal urhltratlon. In Kentucky Mr. Johnson Identified Wallflcatlon of treaties with Hon- himself with tho law and order cleand Nicaragua. Tri rTM ment long before ho cauio to congress premo court decisions and their nnd mado himself particularly obnoxNo p!n kH) on thu globw wMl jxi ious to folks on tho other side. Ono TtTlStS. f.jvd as b4g-- li afternoon four men met Mr. Johnson nrti d, gusnUTOiw and ffsircels post nnd, shoving four wide muzzled guus tuoiblo pacidu as rcsi'da In tilria edd ,bujvn. Kallway legislation. Ut will not Inject politics into nnv up against his chest, ordered him to Tdioy niv not inucli un tkua .jvaiiaid his speeches, but will discuss the get out of town In two hours or suffer rTh.iy xkr not mxsw Eilk stootelngs ftud tho consequences. Mius subjects us nonpartisan silk Jiatfs but iuy Uim Iwauts as Jblg "You aro too generous," said Mr. questious. aid warm as ovur inft:'i.I in humaai Iftrasideut Tuft for a long Umo has Johnson ns ho began shooting. Ho v ' bviwt. "wasted to start a campaign of educa-- a killed two of the four, seriously question of uniform divorce wounded one, nnd tho other ran away. the lUint "no am oei-- : and He has given tho subject close. "If It had been written that I should X'hoto by Ameriean Pre.. AMcclation. no onid lmcnie" Wight vuw a. .bud of iaMar ahd bellcvcH (bat wjth proper be killed then." ho said afterward, "I promise. B.3 k thi I'oimirartUt atthd T. U. BHTCEMAH. Mmilllug a uniform law on dfvorcu and would have been killed; otherwise ee3, (to workman at into hjnich, tlu fce remarrlago of divorced persons can thcro was no clianco for; me to be clustered hot on his Leek. Ilarold XL bey' fee had. Ho does not believe It la a harmed." uijion, uio untisn cnampion, came your at hie nwtJwineiloal pnolA.flw or 14'itlij girt nt ttie piano, give whi4 It was only a fow weeks ago. Just be within jouc stroke of Sbermau's total, tf&ral question, but ono which tho .itlmU must handle. He simply wants fore the end of tho session, when Mr, In Jho second day's play, however, fte UaA the weight of his olllco and hli Johnson wis Journeying down from Shermau fell by tho wayside along the eapitol arianal aud moral support to tho car with n on a Pennsylvania avenue with champloaa and former champions. Jf, iwnolienicw, a eojiy of T8 Democratic colleague from ouW fall fc Hinwennont. Ills aim Is to prevent tho w 1mk1s Vice Prtwldeut Shermuu himself la ruge of pereous against whom the south who became mixed up In a a devotee of the game of golf and has qt any ,who imvj to smnfr or h nwlo-(tien-i-row with a big colored man. Mr. made some good scores. Tom ta decrees have been given. itleJcvt vrt.m etturati mIKuo! the Johnson's little colleague punched the youngest of bht three Jt wlM be on the decbtlous of the negro In the nose sobs andhas cap- tuul mooUI idv(Mifftb twk gtai and was about to bo tured many medata and cups. $her VmUi, states supreme court In the asd wliwtv yvti-o- aa Avf out m ot the AmerlcttH Tobacco com annihilated when, Mr. Johnson Jumped till, Sir. liieruias eldest soB.who Is iwetUr rf 'yww ivMk-to his feet, tapped the negro oa the a banker at Utka, N, V., also' was la- JKMW asd the Staudard Oil company or ftwittM, mt my, Wm Mtat the president will wake his great- - Rhoulder and said. " Vanish." The col the receat tournament The other bob, Corts. These Mteecbee will be e ored man Jumped through a windew. Ittebard Updike, la a professor of eae of tM 'Vm Hum wtttt m mi Wtt ilO l)-WMAl," WtMHt MN- Jadereeiaent of these decMoiu. taking the glase with him. mathematics at Ilamjlton college, from Mr. JohBMa la a six feeler, spare which "4Hn wechea on trueta will advocate lBtltutlxa Mr. frbenwa. asd the ulMuie o tfie "Ho." ' and angular. dealing with the prubteM. three beys wwt gradveted. , . 'Oct, U and 15 San Francisco. Oct 1H and 17 Los Angeles, Cal. Oct IB Salt Lako City. LIvlneston, Billings, Mont 'Oct ailletto, New Castle, Son of the Vies President of the United States Is a Crack Golf Player. Thomas Moore Sherman, son of Vice President James S. Sherman, is a crack golf player. In tho seven- l;t i fir wry Twit 'f dls-ma- -- Iil.l. In Hartford, as are found, In itlw iar-gclU s, buit at tli eamo Jimo tho DialUan war sliips will dAiy tilu 'Ir b3!ubmlnuntis tho tawa lis runiarkaibly fwJ ilnam tib-- j class .that is uVchvJd, wlLh tenifersol- jncivliig ,p!a itui1' uni.ll Iho . IriaidVjuit by tihB wlioltiW lious-is- , and a perbctty corn at. fccus. vhoso duvioois wUys ciauiw much fore bodllng P htir amni-jimicreditors. Hans Breitman Says: "Ven a polldishen meks a deficit, he Tho nip plidng and v ivurA our alvays tries to mek der peoples ashamed of der deficit." Cleveland govcaiimiOTC can maku farm i!fj Uio baitor it is for idvs- - gjavjnvnioii;. Oui News. oJtl3 ai3 mioitlil.39 Tlw eonc-nr-t of Burap3 is being nil loa!wrs '!Anit injglni Ui Jionorablo aud y ups-J- t Vifo ifai'jjKmjL TJhj ruml with Hi' j doVrmdivituon or tho Italian horn to p'ay a solo tniqt dawn Is onu oh'tlilpssi,j!i-au1)oean 'di3 program., to mnkio faum lifli maro djah-a-b- ' and juVfacitlve, nnd as wj all ihjw Tliytx lis a Ut"lr, damsur fiwm n. poildi Hv off ilia farn?ra npVbiln'sliouM b from an ai'jtnolc of tdnj gnip txq4)t W.t uiMbrife dhat cbuW b don-to wjun foiled maM tliij furn inVWnigi wlien Clramberlali J iwvor 'liapppiis . Cough Konfcuy lis Thje odiLoT who caai platiiid oViybna IWm am,-idha3 won lttf grjat roputattoni and ex 13 not. euUrd for uifls Is to wtni33 Hunuun wi;tui3 is tensive SqIh by Jts Tumaxkialble curviS of colds and grip nnkl can 'bo ivll?d tJ.i,t sotai of our ivad-rupon wWi Implicit aanfbJeocM. For would lJtejo Jiavkj ujfcidUvm on scamdal; sanw wlauld Jiloa to hum us m Mi hK untarnished touh about thani, It's a port'iutcus Kceiulcig'ical fact wJilSo othxttis .would kill us. If wo tiki. that whjpa you ooiild onco entwntaln Wo la,bor Jand to ontwnialn and lAjaaj your ,baat glnl with a trolViy itrjp and our aubacriibfna hut. abot wshauMoc-axonoll- y CUio o ait s all fa to b o.vi),ot),jd, but llj of paiiiutstnmr an you will always find uu rtvJHIng to bo, ldj und lio supp-atv or I nulia Uunlap, ing, try, itli W. and C. conia'JlpiVi.on troubl ;," wrot Mrs. M. of Ladill, Tenn. at ail23c ,b ijuSH in ' , V nt all drugglstii i It is (Uhat of .tltj counly, and we'll s.hqw ou n model tarn-o-no lUiat will makw any SO aaW town of its dzo look Wk tantiSln g-- jt s ChiLmsmGTi-iy- . Wo'll'sliowtyou our sah.00'3 and church s, our proapwr. oua fpii'.ntil soioktUe, our aoHd buel-jS- 3 conoorns. We'll call your aiiiban- -' ttoa to thv? surpeanaiKCrj of the people, iViip-c'tibl-- n palAKti im and proflpectiiufl an.d l'aj)py Uva Well show you miany sucd:asf ul .busl- Eid.s mun and ifaronens.. We'll ehoiw you a lot of gltas, iiabuat, Cull of li&a an4 tnurgy nho ara fat'iriy bubbling drv3;3, Ml-n- their fimilles cf pM-vddi- -d a WfMw of over wjici'pmii Pf our gnjait commuiawraabh. v s ua-id.- y fcrtn'-JiA- ctn-tlti- It Is not acy io j.iAim tic ta(a a housqhold accour.2 ibook all- - at onioo-yours luu)bai!d igaTO hts 4fo a Wjat llitt'ia accoiunl book preCJtlly" bound! and designed to w inviting dn appir-an,- e. ifo alia gara har flfl'jy dollara. and said: "I want you to put down what I 1to ypii cm tMseldk?, and on thn ol.l:ir Kity dqwn the way If g.s, and to two wok I will glva you anothtir guiyily. Two myjcka ikiitor lw 4iskicd tirf t,ha uookj "Oh, I aiaM lwpt tlKUt floocoimt," solid Hhe younC matron; "taw it Is." And on ono "Itcolvad ft(y tud s h-ii- muto-mob- v forgl-io- . PiMd laj firom Como io H&iv'iford. tho matropolls all." diollars," ami on tlw cipo-stt- o vaa Uiis wunnuwy, 'Orient It I Ttt EVERY VOTER OF OHIO COUNTS: Hartford, Ky October 2C, 1911. As chairmert of the Campaign CommHteea of the Republican and Pemocratre parties of Ohio county, we agree not to use or causeto beusedn tho approaching election any intoxicating iquors in any wayvor fer any purpose. We further agree not to use, countenance or encourage, but endeavor to prevent the use of money, or other thing of value, for the purpofie of brib-n- g voters to cast their ballpte in any particular way, or to cast them at all, or not to cast them, or to inldtice them to attend the pwpow WUWT w,e the pWniee vernig,. and will not offer, encourage or countenance of poeition, money, or other thing to influencfc yote i any of this' above Vays; and mt to intimi-dat- e or cauaeio be intimidated, or v.ttr in or. Sas bki "wmm Yfl ars. tt , thmttW H "y a4kl .from the election, bufwill endeavof to prevent all mk prj-ticeWe further .agree to report and make affidavit if neees- thatn0.mw,y WM into wimty Committee, or oUier member of our Bartiet knowledge, exeept that controlled by,our tim'mhul-anthat this agreemt shell be publiiWinTk Not; Ot. t7th.:ad the M, s. rTf N . "' !r f' a d Fliw., "" Ch'm'n. KepvMtMi Cam. Gtm.. G. B. L1JCKNX v. w.s.TiNtnir: m t Ch'm'n. DeraoenOie Cap. Cow.