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m I May Specials! The month of May is the time for graduation material, etc. You will find in our store an ex quisite line of sheer fab rics, just the kind you are going to need, so don't worry about what you are going to wear and where you are going to get it, but come direct to our store and the mat ter will be settled. Can show you plain and Fancy Mulls, Organ dies, Voils, Paris Muslins, Lawns, Wash Silks, etc., with a varied line of trimmings to match. McCall patterns carriee in stock; and competent salesladies to give you any information you may need. l ' Remember this, and that ; IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY A Dreif cl Scree 'mrrn No. Tito, e many new duum lot May McCall Pattern No. ?ijo. one of the 2kz&Gb dee, visited Miss Uculah IthoadB the latter part of last week. J We are asked to announce that i there will be no preaching at Go Ishen Sunday, IteV. Napier having j been called to Owonshoro, whero ho I will preach at Settle Momorlal Sun day morning and evening. j Mr. H. T. Leach, of Heaver Dam, left Wednesday for Edmond, Okla., where he will take a ten weeks course In the Normal school prior to resum ing, his work as Instructor In the ! Oklahoma schools this fall. A forty-two pound mud cat was landed by Mr. W. H. Colllus near the mouth of Mill Hun on Hough river , Wednesday morning where ho and Mr. Soth Riley are camping. 'Several other beauties have been landed. Hartford Republican. Kill DA V, MAY 20. L., II. & ST. L. II. K. TRIE TABLE. No. 113 due at Ellmitch S:32 p.m. No. 110 due at Ellmitch 7:30 a.m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmitch .. 3:40 p.m. Ar. Irvlngton .. 5:35 p.m. Lv. Irvlngton .. 5:5G p.m. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. No. Ill Lv. Louisville .. 8:35 a.m. Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 a. m. ' Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. '.- "Ar. Ellmitch ... 1:04 p. m. Mr; Car Cook., of, Louisville, arriv ed yesterday to assist in enlarging operations at the local oil. field. . Mrs. C. E. Smith it attending the commencement of the Dawson High School at Dawson Springs this week. There will 'be moving "pictures at J tho opera house In Beaver Dam every Thursday and Saturday nights.' Pathe service. Estes Hudson underwent an opera tion at his homo near Ileda Saturday afternoon for appendicitis. Drs. Hoover, of Owensboro, Hiley and Ford, Hartford, were in charge of tho surgical work. The patient Is doing well. Messcrs. J. C. Her, Heg Casebler, Henry Nail, Delmer Stewart, W. P Ijlldklff, E. Y. Park and Clifford I Aiooro witnessed the opening of tho ! Kitty League baseball season nt ( Owensboro Tuesday. Henderson took the opener, 3 to 1. Mr. O. "T70'Dannon and family left yesterday for Greenville where jMr. O'Bannon will continue his pro duce business. This estimable family has made this Its home for several years and the O'Bannons are mighty I good citizens to lose. Mrs. OttoC. Martin was called to Leltchfleld this morning on account of the sudden illness of her mother, Mrs, Coppage, who became over heated while doing, some work there I Wednesday. Mrs. Coppage was some . better yesterday afternoon. Mr. Wallace H7Rlley, of Union .City, Tenn., visited relatives and friends hero from Friday until Wed nesday. He was accompanied on Ms return trip by Walter Wedding and Larkln Griffin, who will spend i few weeks in the strawberry fields of Tennessee. , Mrs. T. H. Black will return from T niiluvlllp KiinHnv wliprn slip under went a surgical operation. The opera- tlon was successful and Mrs. Black ; Is very much improved in health. Mr. Black has been in Louisville during Mrs. Black's confinement In the Nor ton Infirmary. Miss Mabel Park, of Beaver Dam, left Monday for Durant, Okla., where she will enter tho Oklahoma State Normal. After the completion of her course in that institution Miss Park will teach in Oklahoma. She grad uated from the West Kentucky Sem inary last week and was valedictorian of her class. M., II. .t E. K. 11. TIME TABLE, South Bound, No. 115 Due at Hartford 8:4.5 a. m. North Botrhd. No. 114 Due at Hartford., 5:55 p. m. (Both ''Mixed Trains.) . Miss Cllffio Felix visited relatives at Horton last week. Mr. M. A. Fought, of Leltchfleld, was hero last week. I Miss Lula Walker will return to j Lexington today, after a visit with . relatives and friends In and near Hartford. Miss Maggie Blanch Jolly return ed to Irvlngton Saturday ,"hf ter a seven-weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Bircher. Mrs. T. L. Grinin is visiting rela tives in Bowling Green.- Esq. Leslie Combs is taking a few days rest at Dawson Springs. iMrs. S. J. Wedding leit Wednes day for a visit torelatives. in Bowling Green. Mr. Fred Cooper left last 'week for a business trip In tho .Western States. Miss, Dora Dell, of Owensboro, vis ited Mr. and Mrs. James H. Williams Sunday. i Mr. Worden Newbplt left Sunday for Durant, Okla., where hdJ "will probably locate. ' J ' Miss Louise Smith, of fordsvllle, Is visiting at tho homo of Dr. E. W. Ford this week. Mr. Lewis Boiarth. left-last week for Tulsa, Okla., where he will work . in the oil fields, Mrs. SaTIIo ShuU oT Bowling Green, Is visiting at the home of her son, Supt. Ozna Shults. Miss LenFljlemTTpfrWednesday for Loulsvlile to bo the .guest of Miss Mary Elizabeth Felix. Miss Marie Hardwick, of OwenB boro, arrived .Wednesday for a few days visit wltlj friends and relatives here. Mr. Vy. Lynch, a prominent po litician from tho Indiana Republican .illeadnuarjers at Indianapolis, was hero yesterday In the Interest of the Fairbanks candidacy. . Mrs. F. O. Austin returned to Beaver Dam yesterday after a visit with Mrsi Attye Grlffln' and Mr3. Hooker Williams. Mr. and" Mrs,-EmT Wopdwarl" went to Owensboro yesterday to at tend the commencement of the Owensboro High School. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Plrtle returned to Versailles yesterday .after a visit with their-father, Mr. F; W. Plrtle and other relatives here. A 30 per cent dividend will be paid the depositors of the Dundee Peposlt Bank by Deputy Conimls- sloncr G. B. Likens Juno 1. Mr. L. "C. Brown, special Deputy Banking Commissioner ' liquidating the affairs of theMcHetiry Deposit Bank, was In Hartford Monday. Miss Gorln J'lenerwiq" taught .In 'the local school this year, left Wed nesday for her homenear Cromwell, where she will spend the vacation. Misses Norine Black' and! Lolo Ge neva Black Jeft yesterday for Louis ville. They will return Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Black. ' .Mr. Marlon Crowo, who has for several months bqon located in Day ton, Ohio, arrived Saturday to visit his parents, Judge and Mrs. C. M. Crowe. c" . Mr. A. H. Plrtle .and son, and H. M. PlrtlQ and Mr. Russell Fought motored over from Owensboro Wed nesday to spend the ds,x,at the bed side) of Mr. F. W, .P.trtle Rev. B. W. Njipleft TaesMfyUor Lewlsport to nuiJ jtke Dltrlt Con ference of tho Methodist churci.;!r. E. H. Foster followed .Wednesday as a, representative of the local church. Misses ETTzalbetirTD"iniel, Eula Wooseley, ftnd Artelia Stone,' 'of Fordsv'lilq; Miss Bltbrr Huff, Dun dee, and Miss Clara Patton, Dun- The following attended the Demo cratic State Convention at Lexington as delegates from Ohio county Wed nesday: F. L. Felix, Rowan, Hol brook, H. P. Taylor, Lyman Barrett, G. B. Likens, C. M. Crowe, Otho Dex ter, Charles Cargal, W. H. Barnes, Supt. Ozna Shults and Circuit Court Clerk A. C. Porter. County Attorney C. M. Crowe, C, O. Hunter, cashier of the Bank of Hartford, and County Surveyor C. C. HInes appeared before tho Board of Equalization at Frankfort last week as a committee to get the tax rate lowered In Ohio county. They sucr ceeded In getting 5 per cent .taken off of town lots but the raise of 10 per cent on farm lands will remain.. The busTneBsThousesand residences of Hartford again have electric lights. The installation of tho new engine and df'namo at the plant of tho Kentucky Light & Power Co., was completed Tuesday evening and tho lights came on for-the first time in several weeks that night. There is but one small belt In the plant now, the new dynamo being connected with the engine and taking its power direct from the shaft. : Wanted! Carload of Poultry. Will pay the fol lowing cash prices delivered at poul try car at Kronos, Ky., Friday, May '26, 1910; Centertown, May 27; Hart- ,ford, May 29; Dundee, May 30: "Hens 15c, Cocks 7c, Ducks 13c, Geese 8c, Turkeys 15c, Guineas 20c each. Poultry must not be fed on date of delivery. ' Please tell your neighbors. W. E. ELLIS & BRO., Hartford, Ky. m COUNTY COURT NOTES. Marriage Licensee Issued Since Last Report. x ,....,, J. 'L; Ralph, Hartford, -It. 6., to Verda May Harder, Hartford R., 6.- Otha Daniel, Olaton, to Flora Ash ford, Hbrtan. " Luther Bratcher, Fordsvllle, to Iva Beedel.'FordBvlllfi. r ... Q, B. Brown was recently appoint- eu AuyuniHwuiur ui 'wio .vaiuiu . uii Emily Chmn, deceaseds :' -. Cordelia Petty 'was recently, opr; pointed guardian foMAlva J, .Petty. STRAY STREAKS. (By Fluke McFIuke.) Ono of Hartford's citizens Is out, fter being laid up for.dbout rt week with reported poison Ivy. You've had our sympathy Lee, but wo consolo ourselves by the thought that If an all-wlso providence haden't sent this affliction upon you at this time, you might have had something worse. Why In Sam Hill don't Uncle Tom Edison of some guy invent a straw berry .without all -that blamed shuck on one end? We are tarnation sore on hearing our wife yell out every morning, Fluke, come here and shuck these berries fer breakfast. Wo overhqard a lady say tother day that some of .the present day Belles were not keeping up with the fashion In tho matter of wearing theso high water skirts because they had a bow they wished to conceal. Wonder what the lady meant?" "With the I'nprcpairal Brigade. The man who goes for a day's fishing and al-ways runs out of bait at noon. A young lady who shins up a cher ry tree Just before her best beau hap pens along. An unmarried woman, dressing, with seventy-two buttons up and down her back. Three gallant young- bloods giv ing three young ladles a motor boat excursion with Just half enough gas oline to make the trip. Al, Llgou and Russel. A man without a corkscrew. We handed in the above stuff to King, one of the Sour faced Linotype men, telling h'lm that we would prob ably slip him a bit more if we could get our think plug to ..working a lit tle. King said he- guesse'd that he Just ns well close the Streaks stuff up. We nearly bought an Automobile last week,1 we 'paid the licenses tax, purchased 5 gallons of gasoline and run out of money and the blamed Automobile man balked on turning over the car after we had gone to all this expense. A bunch of local fans Journeyed over to Owensboro Tuesday to see the opening game of the Kitty league season. Henderson took the opener, and so did "Heg." i Sam Keown put in two days work out on the farm which Mrs. Keown bought for he and Gllmore and. Sam proceeded, to lose his health and went to Dawson Springs yesterday. He will probably remain there until the tax books are turned over, then he will be too busy to farm. See! ' The Columbia L.ite Insurance Co., will loan you half the value of your land for 5 years. No loans taken for less than $500. For terms, see W. H.- PARKS, 36tf ' Hartford, Ky. Klr,st Name Would Do. Mrs. Moore was engaging a new maid of all work. The new applicant answered, all questions satisfactorily. "And what Is your name?" quired tho lady of the house in conclusion. "Mary," answered the hopeful one. "That being (he case," said tho new mistress, "we will adopt the English custom and call ypu by your last name, as wo have one Mary in tho family already. What is your last name?" "Darling," said the nppllcant. Scientific Farming Reclaims Great Tract. ' One of the largest and most scien tific agricultural enterprises in tho eastern part of the United States is a farm in, western New York. Tho June Popular Mechanics Magazine in an illustrated article, tells of tho scientific methods .and up-to-date implements used on this big farm, which has been In the .course of de velopment for the last three years, This farm comprises 11,000 acres, and is two miles long and nine miles wide. A trip of 60 miles Is required to pay off all the help. The under taking Is backed by New York finan ciers and is managed by a civil engi neer who is also a scientific farmer. The land comprising his farm was originally a vast, undralned swamp, and its reclamation was accomplish ed only by employing a dredge which, cut a deep main canal, with many lateral branches, through the tract, As the land was drained, lumbermen were'put 6n It to clear off tho trees and stumps with axes and dynamite, These workmen were, (allowed by others with five-gang plows, etp., drawu, by caterpillar tractors pf light construction. Th'eije light engines have, almost wholly, supp,la,ned;horses. on tho farm, and aro a.sourca bf spe cial Interest to the, boy of, the, farm ers une, tractor nos ojgni, times, mo pul.llng power, of a 4horso. ,. n'f-the 4.000 acres !of muck'' land .In the tract, enly.abpuj , LJlbV acres Filmy Materials Leads In Dresses Fanciness and filminess are two char acteristics of the late spring and early summer dresses, and a great majority ot" these new showings are of Batistes, Voiles and Organdy. Many of The New Dresses are made of cotton in floral designs and in stripes and checks on white grounds. Swiss Embroideries, Laces, Net Band ings, Sheer Silk Crepe and Handkerchief Linens are all used as trimmings. In The Semi-Tailored Waists the best fabrics are Taffetas, Crepe de Chines, Sheer Silk Crepes and plain and fancy cottons and Linens. Voiles, Dim ities, Batistes, Lawns and Organdies are in excellent demand, and there is an increasing call for waists of Lace and Net,orof these materials in combination. Prices ranging 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c, 50c and up to $1.50 per yard. Carson Si Co. n?COr.FOSAT3 Hartford, Ky. Hollier Eight THE CAR IDEAL. The new 1916 Hollier Eight is indeed the ideal pleasure car, combining in one car, at a moderate price, all those leatures you have so long desired.- and been unable to find in other moderate-priced cars. Light in weight, with tremendous power and speed, smooth runuin.g as a watch, easy riding as a Pullman car, built of highest grade materialt, finish ed like the finest furniture, with all conveniences of operation, there is really no other car'' to which it can do iainy comparea. No matter what other cars you are familiar with, there is a big surprise in store you when you see and ride in the Hollier Eight, for there is' no other car in or near its price class anything like it in quality, construction, or performance. Write or phone for detailed specifications and demonstration NOW and get acquainted with the Motor Car Sensatioa of the season. D. G. YOUNG CO., Beaver Dam, Ky. trrat have been reclaimed and are now In use. ' Much of tho farm Is devoted jto truck gardening conducted qn a strictly scientific basis. A cost sys tem is maintained and It Is possible to know just what each crop cost. Alt 'thtf produce Is prepared for' shipment according to factory moth-, oda. The crates are made on the farm, a special nailing machine being . MM- ' pno of the labor-saving devices used In their construction. The' workmen ore well provided for with bunga lows of modern type and with mod ern social conveniences, and such Im provements, as telephones, electric lights, etc An evidence of tho suc cess ot the enterprise is that much ot the land Is now valued a( $500 per acre "t 3t' I, .