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WE ARE beyond questionlheadquarters for Men's
Clothing and are prepded with a large stock to
cater to the eye of the most sgbtinizing customer. We
'handle the celebrated ST EftLRG SUITS that are be
yond question the peer of onyjlothing handled in Hart
ford. We will have on sale dujng January some special
values in suits and 'overcoat? Call and see them and
remember it pays to trade v:th a house that saves you
FAIR &; COMPANY,
S Fi Dealers,
HARTFORD, i KENTUCKY.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 6.
At Beaver Dam Kv.
No. 132 due 4:05 a m.
No. 101 dne ,2:48 p.
Ho.lSl doe 8 65 p
M. H. & E. Railroad Time Ta
at Hartford, Ky.
TImo table effective Sunday
4th, contains tho fallowing schedu)
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xno. 11- iMunn duuuu uuo i.-n r-ji
dally except Sunday. j
No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 pQi
dolly except Sunday.
No, 115 Souitii Bound due 8:55 a,.
dally except Sunday t
No, 113 South Bound due 1:46 a
daily except Sunday. J -H.
E. MI8CHKB Agf
Clarence Shwn, of Beda,
.nc. caller iwy.
L. WWts,', our coitos.
dent at Palo, waji caljer Moaday
We are paying. 90 ceate per dj
-for Eggs this wjk. -
"Exclusive ealo of Beaiver
Plour at our mcat'shop.
, 24ti 8ANDERPUR & C
$ All kinds of freeh. and cured m
staple groceries, &a,atlaw.eetpric
, 24 SANDERFUR & Cj
- Scaroeter'B grocery is paying
, cent for eggs, and wants all
avW commence delivery of meal
&;" a. m. each morning.
24tt SANDERFUR &
FOR SALE Sow and lKht
' 'Apply to Hooker -WlNterae," Hart
Beaver Dam Flour found only
"Hartford at Sander fur & Co'e
Wayifie GrflflB Ut Tu
aftemooa for a few day poospectJ
Cir. Rayw w, 'ihuty imturDcd
a .Moaday morBlRg uMi
4b holMaya ato.
Dr, Ikraa Maii , yiaHml futendaiJ
umM,,Um ; to Suadai
k iT ' Mr. W.
Opt. S. K. Cox lsc onfimod to his
id on account of Ulnars.
tV-now -havo Jumbo-Blckles.
,'5t3 W. H.. MOORE, & SON.
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Mr D. 0. Brown, of M&tanzas, vaia
to Republican office a pleasant call
Ftftcno fin3 mules were purchased
hare Monday by Mr. Vic Robertson, of
1 1114 UlUaUUl lb
Cigars to burn. Try our line.
OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO
Miis Mary Marks returned 'to Mc
Hemry, where she is teaching school,
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You faavo tried the rest, now try
the-' best Flour 4n town, at Schroad-er's-Cash
Mr L.T. Barnes and soa Harlan, of
nar itown, paid the Republican a
pleasant call Wednesday.
Mr. Acdrow E. Glenn left y3'.er-v
day fpr Bowling Groan, 'Wheixt he will
enter the Bowling Green Business
Miss Gladys Dukp left for Louisville
Monday to take depositions fcr a
Central City firm, with whom she is
Mr. Allison Barnett returned Tu-
cbday afternoon to Elkiton to take up
hJs school work Jn vanuerbut Tratn
ics Schcol. ,
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Dr. J. S. Bean, who has been prac
ticing his profecelpn at Olaton, left
Tutwlay for a prospecting tour at
' Miss Gwendolyn Hayne, ot, Marion
1 who fcas ben vl-ttfng Miss Annie Al
len Elgin, returned to Le-Jngton Tu-
eday to resume her school dutiest.
F(JR SALE A nice, bright aed Hht
saddle mare 7 years old 15 1-2 hnd
high. Prico 1185.00
DR. J. S. BEAN,
Leave your Laundry at Cleve ller'a
grocery. "Work guaranteed and. proapt
delivery. Agent far - 'Masovlle
Skm Laundry. MadteoHvIWIee )
jjau-ory Company, iaeqriwirjweq, w
'ftL-ni ft Kentucfcr SOW'.U-lvwaKy
te chrMn-w"lfeWayB vitM
in, tWs county W paw. Tfc
JriMt WUson; of Baaver mm.
Li, oiiawted ttpoa.-lpady W Df- J'
iVkTwter fcr throat1a-d''BJ -fClt
xi. W4lcoa. w411 roMta 'w
Mm UlHi Burton, wtWHwiy tor
FWr 4 Co., is on tha 11.
Mr. Otto Mrt!w left. WtjAueftrter for
Lexlwgt, wkere ho will rnct
Rev. w7wiihi ird family
havo movud Into tha Barrett (property
ott CUy stroot. '
.Hire. w. T. wooawam icji. .Monuay
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fof h visit to lur'hiothor, fni Paul
ot uonipuian, .na
Mr. J, C."Vfilnw uTtlVedmtBday
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for Louisville, horo ho will transact
John, of Dundee, vero cnltirs at lh.'i.r
Republican, office jTwtorday.
Mrs. Maggie OrlffJn nnd eon Herefcr
Iiavo nitcrnid fromavaslt with fnlenis
will sjII you meat and flour
as chirJ as you can buy it anjiwtiijro.
2t3 W. H. MOORE & SOX.
Miss Anna Eliza Koown returned
Sunday to Boaver Dam to recunio
teaching In West KeiiHicky Seminary.
Remember you can get ycur.pjvfl
orlptioji Oiled ay or niglit at tli-
Ohio Ciunty Drug Company, in
Mr. John A. Johnson, barber In Mr,
J. W. Taylor's lonsorlal parlors, is
spending a fow days with his fath
er near town.
Miss Winnie Mauzy, of Morganfiieid,
and MteB Isabella Mauzy of Rteasiant
RIdgo, aro visiting ihelr panente, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Mauzy.
We have for sale strictly pure (New
Orleans Molasses, right from the plan
tation. HARTFORD GROCERY CO.
Mr. L.T. Barnes and family, of
near town, were the guests of At
torney W. H. .Barnes and family this
Mr. McIIenry Holbrook left Tues
day to jre-sumo his school work at
Kentucky Wcsleyean, at Winchester
Mrs. Frank Bradshaw amd Miss Lee
Purduo returned to tholr homo at
Stanley, Ky., after a brief visit with
FOR SALEjA" ETco Brlghtlight,
saddle mare 7 years eld 15 1-2 hands
high. CHARLES TURNER.
Messrs. McDowell A. Fogle arid
Douglas D. Felix left Tuesday for
Lexington, to resume their duties in
Kentucky State Undveradty.
Frtsh and cured moots, family gro
ceries always mica and fresh. Phenol
f us your orders No. 47 - - -
25t3 W. H. MOORE & SON.
Wo have a well assorted stock of
fine stationery. Give us a caU for
an.thing in our lina
OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO.,j
Dan't fall to see our li.no ofjFace
Powders and Toilet water1 &c' Wo
have the best '
OHIO COUNTY DRUGCOj
We want your drug business. , Our
goods aro the best. Prices night
prompt delivery and fair "itrtaafcmont
to all OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO.
There will bo preaching "by the
pastor at Mt Hiermon next Sunday at
11 a. m., and immediately after -th
sermon a short session of the church
conference. All numbers aro urgl
Rev. J. W( Bruner wascalled to
Paducah Tuesday xn acccunt of thq
daingcrous Illness of his brother, Mr.
C. L. Bruner, who dlod Wednesday
morntng at 11 o'clock. Thero will be
services as usual at tho Baptist church
i ..I I.
Mr. J. Rosenblatt has returned
from Louisville, where ho and Mrs.
Rosenblatt went Saturday to be pres
ent at the marriago of the tatter's
brother, Mr. Nathan Wolder to Mls
Fannie Berositaln, which occurred Sun
day night, Mrs. Rosenblatt ia oxpbct
ed homo to-day.
County Attorney C. E. SraUb, repre
senting tho plaintiff and Hon. M.'LV
Heavrin representing th-e defmdant,
are In Louisville caking dtsposltilous
in the case of -ConHncnweaKh of Ky.,
et al vs. J. L. Smith, wtolch Is, set for
trial January, 16 by apeckl ordtr
of County Court.
The faUowteg from tte OattleV-burg
Dail Tri)bune will be ol' itereat to
taa tnmaa iiwa of Mr. Harttv D. 'KJ1-
gffre, who Ylite-efe aWt u'yvwr
ago: '"Mr.' ad. MKHurfcttVlcl?'
8ra are the proud parettte of a )w.by.
daugbter, that aravid.4-I'Jyf-tMQtav
ha beee oJ-ntoteatid'Ney J4m,"
iDr. H. J,'B)t MUeoded the vd-
t ot hie atoter Mtae MejV Hell to
Heary VmU, of UUoa, ttat .wa4.
B4deiHHied at Xbv hole 4' Hhfcl'e'41
HKUKKg, UV uuhm nHn
,. -l llTT llll klf UUl
Owonaboro and McLean, county. V sonn ot tho lward foJIws: h E
't, t;. ;T,; .. JSjr.lloy, McHonryr'Wl T. Koaw
from LoulsvIUs Suncny, tho kuos'.oi r-- , ' . .V """ Y'
his mother Mrs. Jnio T Moloney. c- !nn:s- PJ0Rtl3 td - M. Itarrl-
Mrf'RowMt Hotferookt ar5twnte8h-
l Kf tho Bank of Hartford, .loft Tu
sertaji r.igdit. for Rlvis!tte, California,
wfcriw ho Willi vialt ikJs ton. HanoM.
Kr, -"Wolbrook will bo away a month
mmI' will vlfiii several plac a of In
terest in Cal'farnla.
lq Fiscal Court convened inrogular
R'MMMi At. 1h mmf. hiniii Tii&t.itr.
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I c,if. JudM wldtae. Countv' At-
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(ornflj; Sm:Ui, and Justlcts J. II M -lb3,10.
B. Sfcottt, Mask Oook, C V.
Mills?' J ii. Pntton, D. S. Clmmbor
lai'.tiThomas Sand rs and J. C. Jock-
Tli3 Board of Tax Surcrvisora for
f court hall
"onday and will likcily bo In
on about usht dclva. ICu i..jr-
son;. Barrett's Ferry,
This locaJi!ity experienced tJib co'd-st
we(lhr of tho season Tuesday might
wluei" tho thermometer registered
frcTO'ten io fifteen digTecs bolotw zero.
TihX00'! woaifiicr is eepccInHy o
iero',oh etock and makes tho slim sup
pIyof feed stuff which fanmorB havo
on hand fario away only too fast
is tOjbe hoped itiiat in ra'urn for
however, tflio ccn'jlnuod snows may
haveVa fine effect cm th-o growing
Mrs Jennie Louise Spaulding
fTstrang Seeking Divorce.
icW York, Jan. 4. Among the cases-
on ths dofonded dlvoico cakndar
In tha Supreme Court to-day wasithat
of . Mrs. Louise Alexander Strang
against Low Is Strang. Tho plaintiff
Is tho actress, who executed tho Apa
chodance in the "Que-jn of tho
Strang first leaped into prominence
asthe winner of tho Briarcllffo Au-
He is now an aviator.
Alexander and Strang were,
while the former was with
''The1 Follies of 1910" company and sh
retired to enjoy a life of domestic
bli&sf it didn't turn out a? blissful
as;she aniiicipated and she employed
detiSotivcs and sued for divorce.
.She is a native of Kentucky, Sho
came to Now York seeking stage bbn
orSjja few months befeno tsho play
ed;in the "Quaen of the Moulin Rougo
andfwas not long Jn scoring n success
Mrs. Strang, formerly Miss Jennie
Louiso Spaulding, is well known in
Hartford and it was from Owensboro
went to Nmw York City,
whjro she .entered
upcii her career
onSthe stage. She was for a long
timet a Broadway favorite in tho
'Apaha dance,' In -The" QutiWof "Mtfu-
llin Rougo" and it was while she .was
a member o( this company, that she
attracted tho attention of the then
daring automobile racer, Lewis Strang
with whom isho shortly afterword clop
ed and to whom sha was married.
Sho is a granddaughter of Prof. Way
land Alexander, of this city.
The following marriage licenses,
have boon issued from County Clerk
Tinsley's office &lnco our'last Issua
Floyd I. Stewart, White Run; to
NelKo Finley, Arnold, W. 1. Clark,
Dundee, to Stella V. Hall, Magan,
Theodore Howard, Fordsvllle, to Min
nie McCaakJn, Fcrd&ville, S. Denlyon,
Render; to Efflo Dean, Render; Js O.
Craw, Hartford, R. F. D. No. 7 to
Delilah Janvis, Livermore; Wialoy M.
Coppage, Olaton, to- Vena S. Daniel,
Olatcn,; Henry Davis, Utica, tb Mary
I ji. BJ1, Bufoid
Jan. 3. Mifs Mobcrly of Qwvn6boro
was in town yesterday making up an
Miss Katherino V. Thompson, made
hw lygular trip to Owiecisboro, Friday
rturn,ed Monday, Sho is organist at
tho First Baptist Church.
The W. M. U. re-elected all tho
officers for the year 1911.
Prof. Tandy hasryiurntd from San
ders, Kyi, where ho spent Holidays
with .his family.
ForciviUo Lodge No. COO F. & A. M.
elected the following officers Doc 27,
P. C, Cooper, W. M., G. H. Lanham,
S. W. Olji WJlfon, J, W., J. D.
Cooper, Soc'y,, Olllo Cobb, Troas.,
Junius Llteey, Ss and T.
The Baptist church has about deed
dod to call pastor J. T. Lewls for
- . ,, jniler went to CanayriU
C.tiiiblaw a..) Mi.viiMt Xfvnliv.
IL-U.I .J n .uu IV-llucv ..xvn, i
Mru, Albert' Quleeeoerry Ma
quVteiU for -ihe lwt week.
A Heat i deaf 'of tebaeeo' is
dU'ed)hre ihis week. (
Of)ej n4ee ywidwiiw, IweAed nvkh
air ftgMe, wMi. aet lt or 30 sap
of gMw4j, mer or He, part of bi
iU (X uatttvatteAk- a?r mhhw-iim-
U a.wioijnry chw-ImiIMIbs jfm
.). 0. K. X., IwtwnlMiy.
4 MvUeanrj at a great bar
il -, Wum
' Your Liberal patronage and loyal sup
...port' Has rounded out 1910, showing the
;. largest Volume of business in the history
of this famous trading place. Our
grateful hearts go out to you and words
are inadequate to express our apprecia
We start into 1911 promising the best
..... .mercjiandise, the best store equipment,
the best service and an honest, fair,
!..'!.'! .'square. deal in every transaction. "Your
store-shall be something better than a.
place. .to hand out goods and take in
money. Your interest shall be care
fully guarded in every instance. You
can't be more loyal to us than we will
be to -you. May the New Year be kind
! ."and'WTien time shall harvest 1911. mav
weall be here and able- to say HAPPY-
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BEAVER DAM, KY.
TO .EXTEND SCOPE OE
. Y. M-. C. A. TO NEGROES
Every City in the Country
fered $25,000 to That
Chicago, Jan, 1. A move to extend
tho scope of, tho Young Men's Chris
tian Association t to, negroes Was be
gun hro to-day, with an offer by Ju
lius Roscruvald, huod ot a big coni
erclal house to giyp, $23,000 to vjry
city n-th.o Unltl states which will
raiso $75,000 to ho ispmt for a Y. M.
C. A, building .for n-egpoos. Tho offer
is good for (lye yeans and tine only
stipulation, .that tho yatiro Bum
musf. bo s.pent for land, building and
furnishing of tho institution.
Thp,ofer1was, piadp at a jucMiing at
wiMch, plans, yvono. tomplKitqd for bulld
a Young, M.efl's (;iinlBtjan AhsocU
tion bifWVng for, CJnIcago mqgrokjs,
and camo afer Mr. Roienwald gave
$25,00Q for .the' buUa'jng. it Is, ac
cording t9 Vi M. C. A- officials huro
tho tyrst movo of tho ussociatlan, to
aid In a sqlutflon of tho nooo problem.
"It.seciiis to mo tiiat both In the
intercist qt tho asgirocs and of Ua
counry, tt is es3aiiiial tlwro fihould
bo in every conimynity bu,vlDg large
numli;r,Q of Rosroes, a tmlldlne- PTCmaf
rily (9 men, and .boys,;', eaid, JJr, Ro-
eeiiiwajd, "They iuv po -t Ju
thtir own ranka a sufKcle.'n.umbor
of persons whoso lmast) jvoulU ua-
abio them to latablttfi fAd ,Qiilp
such, a builddog, and it if in fay iudg
ment (ho duty of tiho ithte, pJop)
to afid dn supplying thjijijH&efl .",, v
L. W. Mew, general ejurutaa-y, o
thw Chicago atfeociatioa, ia odnoed Ii
chtuwo of awards and lbwt8 uuipow
ered to deliver the, 3o.wo to an
coaunuuliy' as sooa em $60,000 of 2)
jMMKBaMed'is imisud. '
ncmjwyi wan yoawcimu jq,jw u- -tegFafo-roolaUPffl
bulBdeK tuxa. .
A Meanl-etloa of 360 wae
fewaed which wiM )ala fan Wnw
the task, or wWg, atfcswt $M,litf
wa4Med to thw i to.bauwinaHW
f ae rotkm ef a-'R-tinWrg' da ttie'in!-
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A Few Worfe Cwnniit: tk
a ' xBaiktf;JiM'tfefi. .
la tbta 1eme!eif;'Me XtjfHibMan wiH
ae' fetMMl a'eBuroli-4.Seif te aewM-
tlon of the Bank of HairtfoTd at tho
closo' ' of ' onr B'dnlanataa 1 term, to
which wt? respectfully" 'invito jour
attwjtfon, , '
This"ban1'Vn3s"tftfiiii!od in1 the
year 1882, btlng ttd first bank or
ganized in thiscc.iuity. Slmco ita
organization therio harvo bet-n panics
and many financial disturbances.
NotwitlistandJrjj this fact, it has
weathered tfco stornia, and it is "with',
a pardonablo pride Oat no. call at-
tention to Its presiait btatjng conalS.
Besides the ccreonajthn manage
nipnt rf n hiiTlilr f h,.r 4 fiin. -in.ll-Hin
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al protxsctiou to its patmrrt,, avd thaltj
is a surplus account, "winitjn yirm wuiv
obsenvo from our stabniejit we aro'
It is tho purpose of our dir'ictors
to kcop Ihia bank clean, so tbayat
all tijii-.'s our deiwiltorti will Lo abso
For many years It, has bixai.
custom to appoint a camnoittcvcom-
poBod of two
of our 'dirtop?,kWho
offlco in. thu ibankt! to
hold no oUiw
count tho tsash and infipoct our'noUu.
and now we liave tho, addklenali in
spection of tho State Bank Examiner,
whoso duty it is to mako a cai-oful
examlnatioa of tho bank. twice a
year. It Is well kniwrn that 5u bill
passed by cur last Luglslajtunj' ct'e
ating tho offlco of Stato Bajik' Ex-
amlnicr, was votoed, and tho 'Sccrcr
taxy' of Stato invited bun Its to rbo ex
amined notwithstanding i)m iwto.
Wo occcMcdllh Sccnvtajrv, uf Stado's
inVItatlon 'airtt' on thci lCthJand 17th
of laal'moMh thfa bank wea thor
oughly ex&lnhwVl by hia fTxssUa-
tjvq,'who expressed hlneW ae beteg
PJcia$rVlt'6ur sysUa :uvd good
wo taxo (7Ai6.oe'ca(iU)i ;o, express
oun appreciation ot tb) get will ot
our patrons who have Jaldid ue, ia
our acfviximmis axo BMOCfij wwa.
that'u New" YU" will brlnx JWol-
mm and probperxy ta ail.
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Car4 f Tlwsks.
' I deaircr to' oprow wy many tbafaJ
to th'patrBJis of, tW FalrvHiw koImo-1
toe tho- swprlee taaxj. datw yiV
sue the- lat day utt my kohewl Dec,
9rd,- 11H l-aJse-'Wk Io thank tke
eaMcWyw far tifcrMMto nlcirifiMa v
e e, eacuriBg ayi wlH,ij rtr-
nrt M)ife ibittJtA aMStl uMaau &J
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