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THE HARTFORD HERALDI In Subscription 1 Per Year in Advance I Come the Herald off a Noiij World the New of all Nation Lamheriag at Mj Back All Kinds Job Printing Neatly Executed 38th YEAR HARTFORD KY WEDNESDAY MARCH 13 1912 NO 11 COFFEE HABIT k OF ROOSEVELT Nicely Reduced to a Polit- Ical1 Basis NOW MANY CUPS SUFFICE Absurd Excuses for a Third Term Given by Teddys Mouthpiece i DEFINING A VERY HAD HABIT In an editorial of which It will i not soon hear tho last The Outlook N attempts to explain away the Incon Blstency between exPresident Roosevelts declarations against a third term and his present willing ness to accept a third term It will be remembered that in 1904 after being assured of his election Mr Roosevelt issued the following statement On tho 4th of March next I shall have served three and a halt years and this three and a halt years constitute my first term The wise custom which limits the Pres Ident to two terms regards the substance f and not the form and under no circumstances will I be a candi date for or accept another nomina tion Three days later Mr Roosevelt said I have not changed and shall not change that decision thus announcedTho of the third term Is now embarassing and Mr Roosevelts spokesman the Out look has undertaken to dissolve the inconsistency in coffee It says In Mr Roosevelts specific case t it Is sometimes said that his state v ment in 1904 and 1907 that he would not accept another nomina tion would make his acceptance of ia nomination this year Inconsistent What Mr Roosevelt said in 1904 and 1901 referred of course to a consecutive third term Mr Roose velt believes although we do not share his belief that the settled policy of this country makes a third consecutive Presidential term for any man impolitic if not Improper but the Outlook has a better ap 4 predation of his intelligence than to suppose that he had in1904vor has now the slightest Idea of de fining a third term except In the way in which we have here defined it The situation may perhaps be made clear by a homely illustra tion When a man says at break fast in the morning No thank you I will not take any more coffee it does not mean that he will not take any more coffee tomorrow morning or next week or next month or next year To call this piece of pettifogging ingenious would dignify it It Is Nj about as absurd an excuse as was ever advanced in defense of an in excusable proposition but the cof fee Illustration is the most exquis ite part of this intellectual morsel Would it not be well for the Out look to go a step further and tell us how many cups of coffee Mr Roosevelt needs for his second meal It a cup and seveneighths one term and three and onehalf years satisfied him for breakfast l how many cups will he regard as sufficient for dinner And 1 ly there a supper still ahead of him It Mr Roosevelt takes two more terms now he Is not so old but that ho might take another recess and then demand two more cups for supper Possibly the Outlook may be able to reason out to Its own satisfac tion tbdt the twoterm precedent only applies to the first meal and that one is free to drink coffee without limiteven to the extent of consuming the entire potat a subsequent meal Since thfs great governmental question has been re duced to the level of coffee drinks lag the Outlook ought to tell its I readers to what extent the coffee habit has taken hold upon the ex President Is It possible that it baa affected his nerves Bryans Commoner HOYS IAN MANGLED BY A DYNAMITE CAP Glasgow YiMarch 9A moat remarkable accident Is reported here from Watortieiw In which James Neat the IFyearold son of Steel Neal yraamatmed for life The boy wits walking over his Path V ers farm when he found a dynamite cap Not knowing the nature of his find ho carried It to his homo and with a knife scraped off the dirt When ho reached the compo sition he struck a match and held the cap over the lighted match A terrific explosion followed which blew off two fingers and the thumb of tho hand that held the cap Apiece of the cap also struck tho boy In his eye destroying the sight The skin was broken in several places on his fingers and hands from the force of the explosion and for some time the boy was in a dazed condition Mil J Q HAYNKS DEAD AT 1IOMK IN OWENSUOIU J Quint Hayncs one of the best known citizens of Ovensboro died of liver trouble at 1120 oclock Saturday night in his apartments at the corner of Frederica street and Griffith avenue Mr Haynes had been critically 111 for the past four or five months but his condition grew worse on Saturday morning and his death was expected at any moment during the day Mr Haynes was born in Olio county February 1C 18 + 3 and at the time of his death was 59 years old In the year 1874 ho moved to Whltesvllle and formed a partner ship with G W Mullen In the drug business In 1897 ho went to Ow ensboro and with Mr Mullen opened a drug store on East Second street which eventually became fa mous as the wholesale drug firm of Mullen Haynes Mr Haynes Is survived by his wife four sisters Mrs R A Kelly of Calhoun Mrs John S Miller ol Owensboro Mrs S D Cruse of Louisville Mrs Marshall P Smith of Springfield Mo five brothers Messrs Scott and Atwell Haynes of Owensboro W D Haynes of Port land Oregon and Clayton and Dex ter Haynes of Louisville HON LIEN D lilNGO HAS CLOSE CALL FROM INJURY The Qwensboro Messenger of Sunday aayc f rHon hen D Rfngo had rather ia closecallon Friday when he bare ly escaped being struck by an ava lanche of snow and Ice that fell to the sidewalk from the roof of the Methodist church at the corner ot Fourth and Davless streets Mr Ringo was standing at the point where the snow and ice struck only a moment before the great mass crashed to the pavement and had only moved on with the intention of securing a cigar at a store a block away He had only taken a few steps when the Ice and snow be coming loose by the warmth of the suns rays slipped from the roof It was such a great mass of ice that had it struck any passerby it would assuredly have Inflicted painful If not dangerous Injuries OLD GAS WELL COMES TO LIFE VERY SUDDENLY Noblesville IndMarch SThere was a vivid reminder of the palmy days of natural gas In this county 20 years ago when a gas well on the Ault farm took on new life today and began producing gas at theIrate of 500000 feet every 24 The well was drilled 21 years ago and abandoned In 1900 It was cleaned out a few days ago but there wasnt sufficient gas to justify the work and It was again aban doned Today escaping gas from the well shot 40 feet Into the air Other wells In the same locality are being cleaned out THROWN FOUR STORIES nUT TILE IJAIIE SLEPT ON Auburn Me March 1OSnatch ed from its crib by a panicstricken mother a baby was dropped out of the window of a burning building Into the arms of a spectator tour stories below without Injury and without awakening It from Its sleep during a fire today A man who saw the mother lean from the window preparing to throw out the child caught it so gently that It was scarcely jarred ENORMOUS PROFIT MADE ON A MANGANESE MINE Lynchburg Va March 9Asyndicate headed by New York and London England capitalists char tered as Piedmont Manganese Corporation today bought from D W Myers the maganese mines near here for 1600000 Tho output Is to be used In London and PHtsburp ilyera paid less than3000 for the property tea years ago r THE SOUTH POLE HAS BEEN FOUND Amundsen Claims Honor of Discovery GREAT REJOICING IN NORWAY Full Credit is Given the Noted Norwegian Explorer For Ills Find NO MESSAGE FROM CAPTSCOT London March SNo word has come from Capt Scott Full credit is given Amundsens claim though friends hope Scott also reached the pole Amundsen declined to say anything about Scott in an Inter view In Tasmania Zing Haako and thousands of others have wire d congratulations Great Rejoicing Christiana Norway March S Two local newspapers today re cclved dispatches from Capt Real Atnundsen announcing that lie t machod the South Poll on Decnni I ber 14 1911 TIle dispatches vor sent from Hobart Tasmania where Amundsen arrived yesterday The dispatches read Pole reached fourteenthseventeenth December This evidently mean- that he remained three days In the vicinity of the polo probably for the purpose of taking accurate observations as to his position Rejoicings over Capt Amund sens success hi reaching the South Pole are widespread The feelin- of the people was voiced In the Storthing by the President Fred erlk Konow At the opening of the session President Konow ami- loud cheers from the members saidWe cannot begin our days wor- w lnouT expressing our thankful Joy and the admiration and pride with which we are all filled by the news that Capt Roald Amundsei and his comrades have reached thi South Pole and planted the Norwe gian flag there We are proud In the thought that these men are our fellowcountrymen and that the have once more succeeded in cover Ing the name of Norway with gloryThe Storthing then telegraphed to Capt Amundsen at Hobart Tas mania Its warmest greetings and thanksTelegrams of congratulation In the name of King Haakon of the Norwegian government and of the Geographical society here were forwarded today to Capt Amund sen at Hobart k His Majesty has consented to the use of his name and that of Queen Maud on the maps of tho newly dis covered territory In the Antarctic This city Is gayly decorated with flags and bunting In honor of Capt Amundsens accomplishment Amundsen IN Safe Hobart Tasmania March 9 Captain Roald Amundsen who ar rived here yesterday on the steam er Fram today told part of his story of his struggle to the South Pole for which the civilized world has been waiting The Norwegian explorer told of the scientific knowledge ho gained the tremendous obstacles he and his Companions surmounted and the sufferings they endured In the quest that was crowned by triumph and tame at last IThe Rosworth good roads bills passed the Kentucky Senate and await the signature of the Gover nor THE INCOME TAX IS NOT RADICAL Is Adopted by All First s4Class Nations WILLl MAKE BURDENS EQUAL Transferring Taxation from Poor Consumers to People of Wealth WHAT LAWYER WIITAKT SAYS Dy C H Ta vernier Washington March 11lnstead of taxing sugar nearly two cents a pound place a tax on wealth The Democratic House of Repre sentatives has announced this as a part of Its program to bring about a reduction In the cost of living Now get ready for the old cry You cant do It Its unconstitutional Whenever It Is proposed povertytlwealth rnlnoa the question ot con stitutionality accompanied with tho charge of radicalism The In firsteclass nitloii of the earthexcept this one minus a pert of Its rove nuo to meet the expenses of govern amongssuch nations being Great Britain Japan France Denmark Germany Holland Austria Switzerland Aus tralia New Zealand anti many more Under our present ficcal policy thegI army and navy building public I buildings and running the Goevrn ment is met by taxing the things todlive Practically all revenue is de rived through the custom houses svlthkthe exception of a comparatively small amount derived from the cor poration tax which was recently passed as a cheating substitute for hatsecoats and shirts of the masses are taxed almost 71 per cent under this fiscal system Rockefeller Mar notyasked by the federal government to pay any tax whatever on their swollen fortunes Thus a poor man with a family actually pays moro towards running the government than does a millionaire bachelor The Democratic plan is to place sugar on the free list This will repeal an annual burden of 107 000000 In taxation from the break fast table now borne by time Amer ican people Then the present cor poration tax will be extended to In clude Individuals and copartner ships having an annual Income of 5000 a year or more The excess of income over 5000 will be taxed one per cent bringing Into the treasury between 50000000 and 50000000 a year which will more than cover the 51 000000 now derived annually from the su gar tariff The price of sugar to the consumer It Is estimated will then be reduced about 114 cents a poundThose who scout the Idea that an Income tax bill can he so drawn as to stand the test of tho Supreme Court may be referred to the opin- Ion I of one of the countrys leading lawyers William Howard Taft as follows In my Judgment an amendment to the Constitution for an Income tax Is not necessary I believe that an Income tax when I the protective system of customs and the Internal revenue tax shall not furnish Income enough for government needs can and should u LOOK ON THE FIRST PAGE IOr the wrapper around your Itemlil You will find n little yellow slip It has printed on It your name nnd a date after It The data shows when your subscription expires or when It did expire Tills Is nil the book wo keep of your milwcrlpllou account and there is no excuse for you not knowing just how you stunil with TILE HERALD Wo are trying to get our subscrlptloh list on n strictly cashlnud-v vance basis BO as to avoid trouble and misunderstanding We do not want to force the paper upon anybody against their will but we want all that Is due us Please give this matter your very prompt attention Look at that little yellow slip containing your name It will tell you just what you need to know without any explanation train us If it Is wrong In any wuYletus know Anyhow plcusc pay us c what is due It takes much money to run a good newspaper nowa days hence we must keep our subscription accounts collected up Either come to The Herald office and pay the arrears and a year In advance or if you are not coming to town soon send us a check or postoffice moneyorder for the amount due We will appreciate It and It will nuke us think you really want the paper be devised which under the decis Ions of the Supreme Court will conform to the Constitution A DIRIGIULE BALLOON LINE JlETWEEN CITIES Chicago March llA dirigible passenger balloon line between this city and Indianapolis Louisville and Cincinnati to be operated by Indianapolis capital Is practically assured now by the cooperation ol tho Indianapolis Commercial Club and other civic organizations George Drown and G L Bumbaugl are organizing the company which Is to have a capital stock of 50 000 The operation of c dirigible with a capacity for ten passengers In a carriage suspended under a liio 000cublc foot gas bag as an excur sion ship Is the plan of the promo ters The ship which would be the first aerial craft to thy as a passen ger carrier In the Western hemis phere Is to be called Indianapolis INTERESTING KINDS TWO THOUSAND YEARS OLI Naples March 0 Highly Inter esting dtscoevrleg have been inadi In connection with the otcavatloiiL i the ruins of PotniHl A street iwtdlng to time Forum which wa dofed at both entj by souii pillars iMrthe nuruow uf xcluiliiiK carriages j now proves to have buen one of tho chief thoroughfareit or the eltyII In lined with nhopi the walla of which show Inaurlptloiu and marble tublots wiiiri nre well pro served A great quantity of nrch aeloglcal treasures of great historic value have been found and the In vestigators have gathered up a quantity of petrified fruit and meatIn one shop a large terra cotta kitchen range was discovered on the top of which rested an oval cop per boiler In perfect condition con taining water which the scientists says has been there since the time of the eruptionnearly 2000 years SAIl SHE WAS TRYING TO ESCAPE HER FATHER The Owensboro Messenger of Friday soys- Claiming that she was simply at tempting to escape from a father whom she said was a tyrant and that she wanted to go to her moth er In Evansvllle Sallie Johnson a sixteenyearold girl from Simmons Ohio county was held In the office at police headquarters for about two hours Thursday afternoon alter having been picked up by the police at the corner of Fourth and Frederica streets on a complaint made by her father The little girl was Sent with Officer Logsden and spent the night at his home and his custody InII The girl told a long story of alleged 111 treatment and WeI to which she had been subjected cause of the actions of her father and said that she would never live with him but that she wanted to go to her mother Says The Hiraid Loses Money On Him Seymour Ind March 9 1912 Editors Hartford Herald Hart ford Ky Dear Sirs Inclosed find 100 to apply on my subscription account with The Herald You are losing 900 a year on my subscript i ier If tho subscription price was 1000 a year I do not see how I could do without The Herald Yours very lE trnlII KICKED TO DEATH IIY HEELS OF DEAD MULE Charlotte N C March 9 Tones Drown was Irlcked to death at Trade Tonn Just across thoINorth Carolina line yesterday by lend mule Drown was taking the animal from a narrow wagon to bury It when the stiffened bind legs recoiled with great force striking him over the heart and causing almost Instant death He leaves a tfldow and five children rillHTYTWO CHIDREN MEET AT FATHERS BIER Kokpmo Ind March 81ohn- Prayer 81 years old around whose festal board gathered dally 32 children 29 of whom were his own Is dead Three of the children were those by his wife of a former marriage Thirteen of the children were born of his first marriage and 16 children were the result of his second marriage Subscribe for The Hartford Herald i GIGANTIC DAM AT HENDERSON Work on Which Will Be gin Very Soon TOWN WILL GO UP IN A DAY At the Site and Millions of Feet of Lumber Will be Used in Work TO EMPLOY tItI MKXI ON JOB Just as soon as the river reaches a stage of within fifteen feet of low water mark work will be ttortfd on dam 48 which Ifi to be constructed In the Ohio river six miles below tho city says tho Hoiiderton Glean or It will require five yenra to complete the work and there will be 500 men employed all the time There will be a large hotel erected on the bank near tho site of the lam before work in begun Fifty porta ble houses have been purchased by Ithe contractors and there will bo litany others erected by persons who will be interested and have something to sell to make a profit from A small town will spring up near the site in two weeks from the pres ent The town will grow up like a munlircom In ono days time there will bo a town with a large hotel residences stores and many other Lushness houses with streets laid out and lighted UX electric lights There will also be a water plant and a filter that will supply drinking water for the citizens of this new town There will be very few drones In this boom town Every citizen will have a duty to perform In the construction of the damIt will take several sawmills running all the time to furnish the lumber necessary to build the dam One and onehalf million feet of llumber will be used yearly making a total that will be used In the five years of 7500000 feet Contracts have been made with owners of sawmills to furnish this large amount of timber n E Nesblt of Geneva has signed a contract to furnish 470000 feet each year un til the dam is completed- A planing mill equipped with planers and ripsaws will be provided on a large boat or barge From twelve to twenty men will be em ployed in this mill handling the rough timber and getting It ready to be used In the construction of the dam In addition to the timbers there will be 1700000 pounds of steel used 6000 barrels of cement 75 or 100 tons of concrete thousands of pounds of bolts and spikes The cost will be large Some of the men employed will get largo sala ries The company doing the work will be paid 1400000 by the Government The work will bo Inter acting and the place will be visited by thousands of people from allover time surrounding country It will be the point of Interest for 100 stiles The object of tho lock and dam Is to create n ninefoot stage of water In the Ohio river and to revive the steamboat trade nnd make the river a commercial factor In the busi ness of the towns nlong the Ohio and Mississippi roars It will be me of the greatest events In tune history of the lower Ohio river It Is one thing that men who leave long been In time cemetorlo of vn rlous Ohio river cities tolled anti prayer for SIn mn HKItSELF TO DEATH WITH SILK TIE Mt Sterling Ky March 0TyI- ns a silk tie around her neck Mrs llva Shroutone of tho most popular young women In this county committed suicide during last night Her body was found In bed this morning about S oclock She was about forty years old anti lied beer an invalid for years Her husband J Will Shrout was In Cincinnati- on business Mrs Shrout seemed- to be Iin her usual health and spir- Its last night When you have rheumatism in your foot or Inrtep apply Chamber lains Liniment and you will get a quick relief It costs but n quarter Why suffer For sale by all dealers m f 4 A1 + MARCH 13 1OlLPACK TWO THE HARTFORD HERALDWEft SKETCH OF 4 Bon MOSELEY The Much Noted Pionee w Kentuckian WHOM IRVING WROTE ABOU He Lived Near Hartford on the If Pigeon Roost Fork of the Muddy AN INTERESTING NARRATIV 4 4If you havo over read The SketchBook of Geoffrey Crayor Gent you perhaps did not pas over the Early Uxperlences of Ralph Hlngwcod told In his most Ocllehtful way by Washington Ir Ting The scone Is laid In the back uods of Kentucky In the lower G eon river section before thor re county lines well established tiit without question In what Is u w the County of Ohio A wayward youth chafed by the restraints of a testy old uncle let 11 j widowed fathers home In Vlr tnla anti cast his lot among the lardy pioneer hunters and trapper 11 these western wilds Hut It Is r Intetl of them that after the la Lars of the hunt woro over these v defy scattered camps of deer a erg would be brought together on of the settlo mate where their were a few houcet oa which ocasiois they enjoyed a fey days if VetlvItlCB such as feasting ant ua l imr tic cf these took plac at Dab Moscicys on the Pigeon Hoos fork of the Muddy which Is a Branch of Hough creek which is a branch of Green river It Is not my purport to tell the story of this meeting at Bob dose leys on the Pigeon Roost Fork for It Is not written In the afore said SketchBook It Is of Bob Moseley Uncle Hob himself I would extend the description beyond the limits un dertaken by the distinguished au thor For It Is due to the pioneer habits of my ancestors that I was placed In position to know more about this character than the au thor himself who got the woof of Ills story from the real Ralph after he became Governor of Florida and was visiting In New York Hartford one mile from Bob loseloys home was my native town and I remember the place and Its owner and always with that delight are summoned Into mem orys view what has most pleased us In childhood The house sat back a pace from the public road and two large oak posts were the only sentinels at the entrance gate These were overgrown with Ivy and If It w s- In the fall flung out a banner of salmon and red which challenged your admiration if It did not fill you with fear The fencing along tile road was of rails grown rank with hazel and bramble Entering we are in the midst of a grove of immense walnut trees somptning unusual In this country of oak and beech forests A sprinkle of bluegrass added its mite In natures effort to picture In this expanse of freestone soil some glimpses of the famous Bluegrass region but how the teed should have got there BO early Is hard to say There were several acres of this rove of walnuts with now and then a chestnut trouts fruit nurstiii1 In glossy richness from winy burrs and shatterlrg on tho nrcund What a joy to satlur nuts In Uncle Bobs lawn And Low welcome all good little buys rr made What trips we made to this haven of delight hulHn the walnuts until stained from head to foot with tho lirowny sap What m hauling the nuts horn MI our Ide little homemade waonsl Across this Inwn wo come to a pick ft forcc a wlclsot pate and within an old lash loned flower garden Induce Gorgeous of color and oven after frost rod and brown with dccdjiod and berry and fragrant chrisantlonium A path lets through these to the door of Bob Mose leys homo on the Pigeon Roost Fork of Muddy- It was a plain storyandahalf dwelling with one large room below and a stairway leading up to two smaller ones above An extension Y In the rear gave a dining room and further along were the servants quarters etc Shade trees and fruit trees embowered the house until only glimpses were to be had of gable and roof as one approached It As there was no attempt at nrchltectual beauty or ornamentation we may well lot the friendly tree blend In October sunshine a screen to hide what might offend the eye and Instead present a r f V pleasing aspect at last A tine 01 rVnrd lay on the leftIts frees golden with rlpe cruitits rence corners bright with the coral bittersweet or reddened with the rudd pokeberries A flock of speckle guineas run chattering like children turned loose from school and hide in the weeds sure though that they have fully made known your ni proachTho Interior of the plain dwel ng is plainly furnished a bed a cupboard a table books and a few chairs You are struck with the smooth hard ash floor the board handsawed as was the manner 1 In early days This was a feature of the homes of early times There was ever a kindly wol tome to visitors and when I recal it a hospitality as genuine as it was open nero I wish to correct an I impression that Mr Irvings sketch may leave Mr Mosoley was not a rollicking fellow but a refined gentlemanly man who could play the violin remarkably well But he maintained a homo of dignified re apectablllty Ho was a man of su perior educationwhen measured by tho standard of his day and surroundings He was quick at repartee and genial ih controversy Personally he was attractive Pur- Itan In looks Quaker In deeds rather short oi stature with a rud dy face and when I first know him always smooth shaven his gray- keen blue eyes could summon ta flash from their depths In Ire or a twinkle In Jollity He loved child ren and thor never left his prem ises without a supply of fruit eggs nuts or buns Ills farm was tilled by his few slaves anti gavo ample for every need He was a widower When I first knew him and to say that I knew him costs me an ac knowledgment of over threescore ears and carrleo me back nearly a score of years before tho Civil War Mr SioBoley was a pioneer ir the Importation of improved farm Implements and live stock With one anecdote In this connection this sketch will be brought to a closeIt was about 1853 or 1854 ho had bought a pair or a trio ol Southdown sheep and on their ar rival In town of course everybody gathered on the streets to pass judgment on the merits of the stock There had come to our town a family of Jews very clever and enterprising people too but they were from Amsterdam and were spoken of as Dutch Their leader was Henry Small who had a way of passing his jokes and jibes around pretty recklessly and no one enjoyed them more than Uncle Henry If he could get the laugh on the other fellow but ho didnt like It at all If the joke was turned on him Uncle Bob I want to ask you a question said this lookeron at the sheep show Well said Mr Moseley Can you tell me the difference between a Southdown ram and a ram down South triumphantly called out Mr Small The difference said the ready witted farmer that there Is be tween an Amsterdam Dutchman and any other dn Dutchman A roar of laughter completely squelched Mr Dutchman There are few living now who rev member tho subject of this sketch but I am sure If one of them reads this it will kindle his recollection of this reputable old Kentucky farmer who lived on the Pigeon Roost Fork of Muddy away back In the forepart of the last century not as a rollicking tiddler as Mr Irving would have us suppose but as a quiet gentleman a progressive husbandman and an allaround good citizen He has passed along with that procession of the pioneer settlers to tho final reward His grove of wal nut trees has fallen to the greed of the lumberman for hardwood The little turf of bluegrass has long ago been turned and blighted by successive crops of tobacco The oasis In the desert Is gone How did It come there In my thology wo read of ono of the gods who was powerful enough to seize mountains and throw thorn at In truders May we not conjure some vulcan also among them so ponderous that when they came to i fashion the beautiful bluegrass country ho might chisel tho fount dations from tho hard gray lime rtono But a further stretch of our already kindled imagination nnd we have the spalls flying from the strokes of the giants sledgo alighting here and there and disin tegrating after unnumbered ages Thus let our fancy account for these spots of bluegrass and walnut treesnow destroyed and to be re membered like the good sonls associated with them only In the scraps of narration which shall be written here and there to be revived when this country shall produco i Scott Ira Dickens who shall weave them Into tales so startling that future generations will weep and laugh and thrill ovor the elm d ys A I pie annals of our pioneers ap we weep and laugh apt thrill over the deeds of the Highlanders or thi fisherman of tho ThamesI B Nail In Farmers Home Journal ACTUALLY MAKING LESS THAN COST OF LIVING Sixtyfive per cent of the worker In the United States Steel Corpora tlons plants at Plttsburg earn loss than the actual cost of subsistence to tho average family according to calculations made before the Stan ley Steel Trust Inevstlgallngf Com mlttee by Louis D Brandols ithi peoples lawyer Tho average wage of 65 percent of the employees in the steer plants at Plttsburg ho said Is 17 cents an hour The Associat ed Charities of that city by careful investigation has figured it out that the cost of bare existence of a fam ily of a husband and wife and three chlldred in Ptttsburg is 768 a year By working 12 hours a day 365 days in a year this 65 per cent of the workers at the end of their years labor will have earned just 150 less than this sum These horrible conditions are the result of the use of the great power and wealth of this trust to prevent Its employees from joining oiganlzatlons The condition of labor In this Industry Is nothing less than slavery In ten years this trust while working Its men under these conditions has taken from tho American people 650000000 in excess of a liberal profit on Its actual Investment and this enor mous profit has been used to grind down Its workers to their present mlsorabe condition C A Olosaner 24 Ontario St Rochester N Y has recovered from a long and severe attack of kidney trouble his cure being due to Foley Kidney Pills After detail ling his case he says I am only sorry I did not learn sooner of Fo Icy Kidney Pills In a few days time my backache completely left me and I felt greatly Improved My kidneys became stronger dizzy spells left me and I was no longer annoyed at night I feel loft per cent better since using Foley Kidney Pills Tonic In action quick in results Try them For sale ball dealers m Such a Spectacle When have we ever had In our national history such a spectacle as that of a man coming Into the Pres idency on the recommendation of ono man and going out of It on the condemnation of the same And now It seems they are planning to violate precedents of a hundred years by the nomination of tho same man In order If possible to save the Republican party from ov erwhelming defeatDryans Com moner To MothersAnd Others You should use Bucklens Arnica Salve to cure children of eczema rashes tetter chaflngs scaly and crusted humors as well as their ac cidental Injuries cuts burns bruises etc with perfect safety Nothing else heals so quickly Fpr bolls ulcers old running or fever sores or plies It has no equal 25c at James H Williams m A Splendid Kccortt No one In the last ten years has left the Business University of Bowling Green Ky without a po sition after completing the combin ed course in Bookkeeping and Shorthand IAA FAIR OFFER Your Money Back if You Are Not Satisfied We pay for all the medicine used during the trial if our remedy falls to completely relieve you of conttl ln lon We take all tin risk You ar j not obligated to us In any WILY whatever if you accept our offer Thats a mighty broad statement ItICouldyouA most scientific commonsense treatment is Kexdll Orderlies which are eaten like candy Their active principle Is a recent scientific discovery that Is odorless colorless and tasteless very pronounced yet gentle and pleasant in action and particularly agreeable in every way They do not cause diarrhoea nausea flatulence griping or any Inconvenience f whatever Roxall Orderlies are particularly good for children aged and delicate persons If you suffer fiom chronic or ha bitual constipation or tho associate or dependent chronic ailments we urge you to try Rexall Orderlies at our risk Remember you can get them In Hartford only at our store 12 tablets 10 cents 36 tablets 25 cents 80 tablets 50 cents Bold only at our store The Rexall Store James I Williams 214 Main street Hartford Ky il S ti w STEWARTS REDUCTION F SALEf At Beaver Dam Kentucky i March 8 to March 23rd 1912r 9 In order to revive our business For the dull months we will make the following prices o= K or tft cj 0vv tft oo J NOTIONS AND FURNISHING GOODS Paper of Pins 2c Paper of Safety Pins 2c Handkerchiefs 2c each Mens Linen Collars Oc each Hose for Men Women and Children Oc pair Towels 5ceach All 35c Underwear r 25c All 50c Underwear JWc 50c Dress Shirts 45c 75c Dress Shirts OOc 106 Dress Shirts 80c A FEW DRY GOODS PRICES Best Standard Calico 5c yard lOc Gingham Oc 12 He Gingham lie Hopo Bleached Domestic Dc A big lute of all kinds of Dress Goods at big reductions LADIES SKIRTS 150 vanes S 71 IAll 250 values L 12j All 300 values 150 All 500 values 250 Just think of It All these good s at half priceWe have a nice lino of Coat Suits for Ladles lots of in are a our i EVEN HAD GUESSING A Party of Very Smoothe Ad in County The Now Era says A Christian county citizen re ported to the police Friday after noon that he had been victimized out of 30 by some traveling for tune tellers In a most unusual way The police located tho fortune tell ers at the L N depot and recovered the mans money He refused to swear out a warrant or take the initiative in a so there were no arrests and the names of the parties aro withheld but the story Is an Interesting one The fortune tellers operated on tho streets there being two women and a man and one or two children They told fortunes for everyone who would stop long enough and give up the money This man was tackled on the streets Ho wanted his fortune told but ho didnt want It done In pub lic so ho tpok the soothsayers to the office of one of his close friends Fhon ho sat down In a chair the woman who was to tell his for tune told him to hold some money In his right hand for luck The man who wanted n glimpse Into the future wanted lots of luck so he took two tondollar and two five dollar bills and wadded them up In his right hand The woman lightly caught hod of the hand that held the money ant blew on t saying Thats for luck She then caught hold of his other hand and went on with the tolling of his Tortune But when It was all over and tho man opened his right hand to put the money back In his pocket 101 and behold it was gone Not oven one of the 5 bills remained How It got out or when It got out ho never knew as he says the only time any 9f the party touched that hand was when the woman blew on It Yet the money was gone that was a fact So he told his story to the police and the fortune tellers were located at the L N depot They were taken Into the substation there and the money recovered but wen there some more Work took place as the man of1 the I + aMFc+ 1 cr Ten I r sLC tI1trj o oo MENS HATS AT BIG REDUCTIONS Our largo line of Mens Hats reduced 25 to 50 per cent See our nice Druggets and RugsBoys 150 Suits 9134 Boys 200 Suits 140 Boys 300 Suits 240 Boys 500 Suits 308 Mens 850 Suits 048 Mens 1000 Suits 748 Mens 1250 Suits 008 Mens 1500 Suits 1108 Mens 200 Odd Pants 140 Mans 250 Odd Pants 108 Mens 100 Overalls 80c Broken lots much cheaper LOW PRICKS ON SHOES AND All 125 Shoes and Slippers110A- ll 150 Shoes and Slippers 121 All 250 Shoes and Slippers 108 All 300 Shoes and Slippers219A- ll 350 Shoes and Slippers 208 All 400 Shops nnd Slippers 48- GKOCKKV SPECIALS Arbuckles Coffco 25c Loose Roust Coffee 2cC Bars Red Wrapper Soap25c6 Bars Cleaneasy Soap 25e 25c box Buttermilk Soap20c CDeQ eQc 1K rC- 1Q We have Ginghams StockThey All Go The above only few samples All through big stock you will find them V MKENTUCKYFORTUNE TELLER POLICE venturers Operating Christian Hopkinsvllle prosecution llghtflngered vare tTj tCb KN Spring Storm Cloud II No 3401 A S H 13 A For the Season of 1912 Sire Bed Eagle 28 Dam letlieDemairk 18J7 l1E SLIPPERS l1r STORM CLOUD II Will found every day in the week at a barn on South Church Street known as the Allen barn on square of Mortons Drug StoreN R Fee Only X10 This Season For full particulars and breeding Addre- ssDEXTER l BEAN Centeriown Kentucky fortune telling party out the thirty dollars In bills but when the police took possession of it ono of the tendollar bills had vanished But it was finally produced about as mysteriously as It had disappear ed and turned over to the officers Under the circumstances the po lice could make no arrests so they ordered the entire party to leave town which thoy promptly did and the victim of the slick work went on his way rejoicing a wiser man with his thirty dollars safe in his pocket I HOUNDING OF1 WILSON BY REPUBLICAN PRESS Can anyone figure out why Wood row Wilson is picked out from among the Presidential aspirants and lambasted TUHned lied about and abused at this early etageo- fr 1 iJ4i2uL9 ilL Oi Lj UJ 1C l 5CD J ttft r i M ltl i trj ffli- c o o t be south 0 took 1 j the game by the press of the coun try especially the Republican por tion of ItThe conclusion forces t Itself upon us that Goy Wilson Is the man most feared bytour friends the enemy and If they can prevent his nomination they will breathe eas ier But their efforts will be fu tile because some progressive Dem ocrat will be elected thls year of our Lord and dont fqrget that And If Woodrow Wilson is the nom- Inee he will be elected You can stick a pin there Greenville Pa Argus Check a bilious halfsick feeling before It gets serious A dose of HBRBINB is the remedy Ite stores energy appetite and cheerful spirits Price 50cxSold by Hart Dolfovan Cit k y jI7i t VKDNKSDAY MARCH 13 1012 THE HARTFORD HERALD PAGE THREE DEATH PENALTY J FOR AMERICAN Decided on by the Mexican Rebels ON CHARGE THAT HE IS AASPY r Some I Rich Men Are Befog 2Held Up for Funds by Insurgents SCARY TIMES IX OLD MEXICO J El Paso Texas March SrHoldI- ng up prominent Mexicans for funds for the revolutionary cause Is apparently the principal occupation of the rebels garrisoning Juarez Following the arrest of Father Pin to Sunday from whom 100 was secured regardless of his American citizenship and the forced contri bution secured from Juan Terazes last week when he was made to pay 1000 the rebels today arrested Prlmltlvio Enrlques a Chihuahua merchant and he was Tbrced to pay 1000 to secure his liberty Antonio Samorlo an El Paso tai lor who spread the report among the rebels In Juarez last night that Federal troops were coming today received a sentence to be executed when given a hearing before q Mil tory Court presided over by Gen eral Antonio Rojas Later sentence was suspended because he Is an American citizen and because ap peals wore made by El Pass friends but the man has not been released Wo must set an example for these Maderlsta spies was tho comment of General Rojas Antonio Reyes a rebel soldier got a death sentence for shooting up tho garrison and three comrades last night General Salazalar who left Jua rez last night for Chihuahua to Join the forces that departed Sunday to the aid of Pascual Orozco reached there today and with the rest of the rebels nearly 3000 strong entered Chihuahua tonight where i Orozco and his men and the people generally received them with re joicing A train load of American refu gees from Chihuahua arrived here late tonight the first from the place In many weeks The rebels say regular service will be resum ed Nearly 200 refugees from Pearson Mexico arrived tonight on the Mexican Northwestern Road The rebeftpfflclajs In Juarez have addressed a letter to Colonel E Z Steever and Mayor Kelly protesting that they have Information that officials of the Madero Government are violating the neutrality laws by preparing on Texas soil an ex pedition for retaking Juarex They protest that If this filibustering Is permitted they cannot maintain or der In Juarez The seven men who were taken to Cananea on Saturday are not Americans as has been generally supposed There Is only one Amer ican In the lot the rest of them be i I ing four Englishmen one Austrian i and one German BRIGHTER DAYS AHEAD FOR TOBACCO GROWERS The Cincinnati Ohio Enquirer has the following anent the tobacco situation which we give for what It may be worth hoping that it may mean competition in tobacco bust ness T E Ryan is now credited in Wall street with being in com pleto control of the American To bacco Company confirming predic tions made when ho entered the dl rectorate of the corporation that it would bo only a question of time when ho would dominate it James Duchanan Dule for twentytwo years the leading spirit in the great combination which ho practically created Is retiring from the presidency of tho corporation to be suc ceeded by Percival S Hill a vice I president of the company These changes are said to be due to the personal Influence of Mr Ryan who has been appointing men of his own choosing in the American Tobacco Company to displace officials who tad been selected by Mr Duke from his friends In his native State of North Carolina In leaving the American Tobacco Company Mr Duke will become chairman of the BritishAmerican Tobacco Company limited the business of which lies principally In China Australia Can ada and South America The Brit ishAmericans contracts with the old American Tobacco Company have been abrogated and it Is believed it will now start on a career of competition with the American In which event a great fight may be expected between Mr Ryan and Mr Duke for the control of the tobacco business of thin country arm A CLEAR CASE W1IKX PRIDE IS JUSTIFIED Far too many mortals are vain and self satisfied because of some temporary mercenary advantage and in their eagerness to display that advantage at every opportunity often destroy their greatest blessing the physical counterpart of sunshine which Is their own health Neglected colds Irregular meals overloaded stomachs and night rev elry result In shattered nerves de pressed vigor and fatigue all of which invite decline and disease Each person stands sentinel at the portals of his own health and he who guards protects strength ens and builds up a rugged consti tution Is justified in pride and finds therein his own recompensethe capacity to enjoy the fullness of lifeThe strain of modern commercial and social living taxes strength and energy and In maintaining the high est selfefficiency we should not only cultivate deep breathing out of door exerclseregularlty and tem perance in all things but study the greatest of all physical powercrea tors which Is body nourishment In thIs alcoholic preparations shoutd be carefully shunned and such pre digested nourishment as Scotts Emulsion which enriches the blood and creates vitality by building healing and strengthening should beselectedScotts Emulsion Is scientifically prepared and is good for teething babies nursing mothers growing children the aged and Infirm It contains no wine or stimulant but Is wholesome and pure and has helped millions to regain health and sustain It Worthless substi tutes are sometimes offered but Scotts Emulsion Is the genuine pure foodmedicine Dont Neglect a Childs Cough The Childs Welfare movement has challenged the attention of thoughtful people everywhereMoth ers are natural supporters and will find In Foloys Honey and Tar Com pound a most valuable aid Coughs and colds that unchecked lead to croup bronchitis and pneumonia andIand Tar Compound Contains no opiates and no harmful drugs Is a medicine not a narcotic Refuse substitutes For sale by all deal ors m tomJealous of I A young married man of extremely Jealous disposition recently vis ited one of the most famous mediums In London Being far from home bo wanted to know what his wife was doing She Is looking out of the win dow evidently expecting some one That is strange said Benedict Whom can she expect Some one enters the door and she caresses him fondly went on the medium It cant bo cried the excited husband My wife is true to me Now he lays his head on her lapI and looks tenderly in her eyes Its false Ilt make you pay dearly for thlslelled the jealous husbandiI Now ho wags big tall said the mediumThe greeneyed monster sutjaldr ed and the young husband cheer fully paid oror his consulting tee John W Slckolamlth Greensboro Paf has three children and like most children they frequently take cold We have tried several kinds of cough medicine hoVays but have never found any yot1 that did them as much goodas Chamberlains Cough Remedy For sale by nil dealers rto 1 r OOOOOOOOOOOOC OO O HOGWALLOW DOINGS 0 O Hogwallow Kentuckian C- ooooooooooooooooo 4Prof Sap Spradlen says the reason lead Is so heavy Is that there Is so much of it in a small piece The editor of the Tlckvillo Tid ings says he has made so many enemies hero of late he Is about ready to go to Florida The postofllco will remain open at night until Poke Eazloy gets through with a story ho started on day before yesterday Atlas Peck has sent word that If there Is any way at all In which he can assist nature in bringing about the arrival of spring he will gladly do soAnother Magic Lanternshow played an engagment at tho Wild Onion schoolhouse Saturday night Among the views was a picture of Niagara Falls standing still Tho train Into Tlckvillo Tuesday morning teas one day late The de lay was caused by the stopping of the engineers watch a few miles beyond the Calf Ribs Community The Mall Carrier Is fooling his horse again He has placed some high wheels on the front of his bug gy and some low ones on the back axles This makes the buggy tray el down hill all the time and encourages the horse Dock Hocks our thriving tonso rlaltst Is doing some splendid bus- Iness now since he decided to cut everybodys hair and shave them all every Saturday If business con tinues to Increase he will have to enlarge his barber chair Raz Barlow our wellknown fid dler has concluded to settle down and will make an endeavor to save up some money between now and Christmas Ho will begin to econ omize by using only two strings on his fiddle when he plays without payThe Uxcelslor Fiddling Band went on another one of Its cele brated serenading expeditions n few nights ago and played at consider able length In front of the home of Tobe Moscley Tohe says he know what the trouble was as soon as he heard the racket The Presiding Elder has sent word that ho will soon visit the Dog Hill church Before he comes the church people will get together and strengthen the floor by putting an additional foundation under It the Presiding Elder being considered a big man In the church Frisby Hancock Is going Into the feather business lie Intends to travel around among the people of this community and surrounding country and buy feathers at one price and then take them to Tick vllle and sell them for more than he gave for them Frisby Is a shrewd financier Luke Matliowsla has been summoned to Bounding Billows to serve on a jury In the trial of a fellow who broke Into the postof ice The officer serving the papers Is getting up n Democratic jury and the defendant without a doubt will be found not guilty on account of the postoffice now being In the hands of Republicans Columbus Allsop who decided some time ago to commercialize the lightning bug business by raising them to rent out during the sum mer months for lighting moon light picnics etc has almost com pleted the work of stopping up all the cracks on his farm and will soon be ready fprvthe approach of the lightning bug season The Hogwallow Improvement So ciety walked down the road In a body the other day to meet the Tin Peddler that has put Hogwallow on his circuit A oodly number of our iecple who had never seen him went down tho road to Inspect his from ambush The peddler did m t lose much time In Hogwallow but missed soveral articles of tinware r CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Slgnatnra of What Luke Mcfjuko Says Last time this Roosevelt Was in my boss used to hand me chunks of wallpaper every Saturday and I had to shut my eyes and let on It was money Never Dared Try It Heck Does your wife get angry if she la Interrupted while talking PeckHow should I know Children Cry FORFLETC- HERSCASTO RANo- tice I to Creditors Ac All persons haying claims agaInst tho estate of R D Curtis deceased are hereby notified to file same with the undersigned Administrator properly proven on or i rfor- etlrat day ofMay 1912 ir they wji v forever barred Tit 4t por I Xjy EOns knowing themselves indebted to said estate will please call at my office in Hartford Kentucky on or before tho first day of May 1012 ald thereby save cost Given un der my hand this 4th day of March 1012 10t4 F L FELIX Administrator of the estate of R n Curtis deceased How to Get a Position It you want a start In life if you went a good position as soon as you are ready for It you can get It If you will go to some standard bud hers college like the Cowling Green Business University and take n thorough course Positions are far more numerous than qualified peo pie ystate of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas county BS Frank IChoney makes oath that he Is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing bulslncss in the City of ToledoCounty and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence this Cth day of De ember A D 18SC Seal A W Glcason Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter nally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonialsfree F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio fold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for cou stlpatlon LrarnIIVJiKMijiliy The Telegraphy School of the Bowling Green Business University has the mainline wire of the L X Railroad and receives every train order sent out from Nashville Its students are In strong demand with 25 railroads The new primary election law fixes the date for holding primaries on the first Saturday in August m A BALDHEADED WOMAN Shorn of Her Crown of Beauty Loses in Love and Marriage 01 Hair Is certainly most necessary to women Who could love and marry a baldheaded woman What charms could one aray to offset usch a disfigurement- A 1 womans goal is usually love and marriage Her crowning glory is her hair The loss of her hair mars her beauty happiness and success Yet right here In Hart ford there are women who are neglecting or Injuring their hair to such an extent that it is only a mat ter of time when It will be utterly ruinedMany women destroy the beauty of their hair through thoughtlessness or Ignorance of certain facts They use curling Irons overheated or to excess which destroys the natural oil of the hair causing It to split break and come out They do not shampoo their hair often enough or too often They use soaps or preparations which con tain Ingredients positively harmful to the scalp and hair As a result of such treatment dandruff is created tho hair loos ens loses color falls out and bald ness commences unless proper and prompt precautions are taken In time Then again microbes and certain diseases bring about un healthy scalp and hold conditions Almost any woman may rid her self of dandruff and diseased scalp and hold If she will but use the right remedy We have that remedy and we will positively guaran tee that It will either cure dandruff and baldness or It will not cost the user anything Thats a pretty broad statement but we will back it and prove It with our own money We will re turn your money If you do not find that Rexall 93 Hair Tonic is an entirely satisfactory remedy that will promote hair growth and overcome scalp and hair troubles that It will grow hair even on bald- heads unless all life In the hair roots has been extinguished the fol licles closed and the scalp is glazed and shiny It gets Its name from the fact that It grew hair In 93 out of 100 cases where It received a thoroughly hard impartial and practical test We want you to try Rexall 93 Hair Tonic at our risk You surely cannot lose anything by doing so while you hive everything to gain You had better think this over and tUn come In and see us about this offers You will be well repaid for your vlslttp pur store Remember you can got Rexall Remedies in this community only lit our storeThe Roxalt Store James H Williams 214 Main street Hartford Ky Stubborn Case III was under the treatment of two doctors writes Mrs R L Phillips of Indian Valley VaIf and they pronounced my case a very stubborn one of womanly weak ness I was not able to sit up when I commenced to take Cardui I used it about one week before I saw much change Now the severe pain that had been in my side for years has gone and I dont suffer at all I am feeling better than in a long time and cannot speak too highly of Cardui I CARDUI If you are one of those ailing of the troubles so common to Cardul is a builder of of purely vegetable womanly system building up the womanly nerves and Cardui has been in successful Thousands of ladies have WomansTonicjTreceived from it Try it for t I Write tor ladies Advisory Dcpt for Special Instructions and 64page book J j I YOUI a I That question will be asked you almost daily by business men seeking yon services If you qualify take the DrauKhon Training and show ambition to ri More BANKERS Indorse DUAUGIIONS Colleges than Indorse all other bf 1 Iness colleges COMBINED 48 Colleges In 18 States International rcputit or- lIuoluutawtII Bookkeeping Bookkeepers all over the United States say that Draughons New System of Bookkeeping saves them from 25 to 50 per cent in work and worry I Shorthand Practically all U S ofii clal court reporters write the System of Shorthand Draughon Colleges teach llAvf Because they know It Is the best Nashville Paducah Ky Ind I Ietnull Uurtls BARNES SMITH At Law HARTFORD KENTUCKY MmstH llHrncM mill UI K Siullli rnrlllIulrhlrriitcrl in hint mill illviirri ruarM Mr smith lirini County y Is irrvrtiti il frnlii- Iiritrtlilni such a Mr Imrura will Hfiipt iirh prartlru Ollif Milliron lCriul llcuu bulldlnc Hiitford Ky M PORTER at Law BEAVER DAM KY Will practice hU provision Ohio and olnlnc counties Special attention flTmioi bnilnesieatrunted hll care PRANK L FELIX at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice hll profession OhloandtA Appeal4ltninalpracticeOfci the Herald hnlldlni OTTO C MARTIN s r MCKKNNKY McK NNEYY HARTFORD KY GENERAL INSURANCE LIFE ACCIDENT SICK AND FIRE Will Also Bond Attorney Otto C MartinII HAltTKOltD KY Office up Hlnlrs over Wilson Crowe opposite court house V11I practice his profession In nil tin courts of tills mill adjoining coup ties and Court of Appeals Cannier clal and criminal practice a spec laity PARKERS BALSAMClfisjr halm1romota Coloritercntat unrtHOOnt nrnrbta HAVE A- ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE PLACED IN YOUR REST DENCE OR PLACE OF DCS INESS AND PUT YOURSBIP IN DIRECT CONTACT WTl TH- ELong Distance Lines TO AIJBTATE FOR THEJCOMPANY9SPKeiAl CONTRACT TO THsfARMEKS j CALL ONOI VDRESa J WOBANON Ia4caI figere Hartford K Local Manage Jncor or t= Beaver Dam Ky c The I I I Home Study Jiotisaitiis of bankcait iers bookkeepers and stenographer a holding good as the result oi taking Draughons Home Study CATALOGUE For prices on lessons SRY MAIL write Jo DKAIUHOX President Nashville Tenn Forrfca aloirue on course A COLLEGIA DRAUGHONS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGEI Memphis or Knoxville Tenn or or Evansvillc Attorneys tt IL llc rm tu J Attorney In ao to Attorney In In MARTIN You R wor SEXTON positions F vr v or u OOOOOOCOOOOOOCOOODOOOOCC r3r IGillespie BrosJ CI It g 8 r= W H 4 J F GIUESPIE t5 PROPRIETORS f BLACKSMITHINCtl And i 0Repairw s QHorseshoeinggi I gII 5 1 HARTFORD KY I LC c0fxxxCOcoC0coo0o ESTABLISHED 1868 If its a ring a diamond a watch Jewelry or illver I H getPmite V 1 the lowest prices f from th- eOLDEST MAIL ORDER HOUSE- IN THE SOUTH IduslvelYI Notice If you want clothes of any kind cleaned cull on the Hartford Pressing Club We can clean any kind of clothes you have and guarantee that they will be satisfactory if not nothing will be charged We are ready to clean your clothes for spring Ve pl o havo a hew line of late same piesand1 we guarantee a per feet fit Call onus wJien in- needof AVcrlc hiDilrlhie sr j Hatjfor4 Pressing Club y lL C k Bldg FRED NA LjMgrl ti IIO J 1+ rJlGlJ R 0RDHJi AJQ m 1 t IMAKCir 13 JtJS4 r rrAla torn THE HARTFORD HERAlDWImYHJU J JeHewfjord He fBEBER MATTHEWS FRAtC UFEUX- CO TC 6- fWMC IL FELJX3Pa basd Prar I Entered at the Hartfwd fmoC u maD matter of the stand clasS I It It sM that Hr LaFoltette poopadoer is sUIl standing Teddy eertalaly beUeves In the recall and la the 4edtutJelt1I1th- a striag to IL Gro a4aog sktas ought ts be worth a pretty gMd prke after this wilier is rver r The Sagaraore Hill Explanation i Bereaa has ba crowded with bus iceai here of late Wbea yon se+ goer ika4ow aow allays its a std of good leek It c as the sa U laiaisg Lc a bops that this discover of the Sooth Pole will not result iIn a disgraceful Cooka = 4Pary est telUloaII t Will PreddatTaft oe any of taM I5000ayear travel toad for caaiiKiea Pttpetet la exstoitfa tI J bit eUlau for reeleaba3- oaobow l tI aobody tfms to lee oath5 aay noia about a Vice i PtscidMtlal caadidate Looks like somebody oub to bo in the ma nia I I People wdtro a z1aain to think ii that ipollm and electricity were I b a41ag tar motive powers anll- TIIIidysI wam ronr witb calliope attacked arrived os the Beane 1 Xow tItatMUt polsbare beta dlicorwed what else of national la tereat if worth ctrlriag for except to Barf out who is Mr Wattersons cboic for President on the Demo cratk Jcketi+Aa Atlanta woman who is aall ed of shooting and mortally wound Ing her husband says she guesses she did it whip dreaming as she j I j Nextltimei 1 erVoIce her up snoringfI Farmers ongbt to farm for clear profit as well as a Hevllhood The I good basinet man always tries to dispose of his wares for a consider able sum over and above what they cost at the time of placing in the bands of his customers Col Roosevelt Intimates that It was the call of the people that brought him out His case may turn out like the fellow whoI thought he was called to when he heard a certain braying noise off In the distance There Is never much certainty about this call business Instead of counting noses the Republican Presidential aspirants seem to have been counting Gov ernors In their summing up of per sonal following But a Governor cannot legally vote any more times than any other fellow and his per sonal choice should not figure to any great extent The respective managers of Taft and Roosevelt announce that all Is serene with their candidate and that his nomination Is a certainty Heres luck to both of them for It makes no difference which one Is his partys choice only one may be beaten a little worse than the other In Democracys march to victory Mr Lrey Woodeon Secretary of the National Democratic Committee deserves thanks and much credit for his efforts to break the holdup rates of the Baltimore boo tel keepers who planned to get rich In a few days when the National Democratic Convention meets In that city Baltimore has been getting some unenviable notoriety In the matter but It Is now thought the question has been settled and reasonable rates will obtain The Kentucky Legislature ad journed Its regular session yester day and Its proceedings have been both profitable and Interesting Good laws have been passed and Democratic pledges have In the main been kept Of course there Is never a Legislature that meets and adjourns without somebody knock- Ing on the results of Its labors This Is to be expected and would be missed if It did not occur But the recent session wJUc not a record r breaker in any way should be quite satisfactory to all concerned Mr Rooeveltmouthpiece The Outlook trays his asseveration that be would not accept a third test add soon afterwards changing his mind U like a man refusing anoth er rap of coffee at breakfast which neverRooserelts loot term was supposed V to be his last Presidential meal r and it wu of no consequence whether be drank coffee or tea when he said la substance I will I t- f againGLI Outlook clear The 1 fly illustrate i Mr J M Rogers writing troojj I Cell to the Hartford j Keaa views with alarm the preaa I i I cazpIIj I esdonII i Republicans is sot the aozalaa don of Col RooserelJ as mach i as we desire It bat the asser I I Ido of ocr without right the to 1AUgOTI I I I Cot Bradley and his o See j I Ihelders trust j I feltI I ii 1 i Can it be posilble that these are I vital qaestfons In the Republican I jerty la Kentucky noweven more Important than tie nomination of Col Rooserek And even when the t organ to which those remarks are I addressed is trying to make the J I pablte believe that party aairs areI rasaia along as smoothly as a reated ribbon 00000000000000 Oa O HKSOLtTIOXS OF RESPECT 0I 00000000000000 0 Whereas God has seen At to call Mr S T Hunter the father of ocr beloved brother Sovereign C 0 Heater aad Whereas la the death of this M loved aaa Sorereiga Hester and his family have seCsred a 1low I which ao horaaa sympathy con sup 114IIItdedI I j 1 izen therefore be it Resolved by the Hartford Camp No 22 W Or W that wa exiead- to oar brother and his family oar deep aad heartfelt sympathy la this hour of loss and grief and coo mend them to the Omnipotent Judge of all things Resolved that a copy of these resolutions be spread oa the record book of this Camp a copy be sent to the bereaved brother and the ij county i papersLESLIE BENNETT R L DUKE J MACK NEWMANCommittee USED AN tIIR1tI I 1NII j iI STM4UNti OF CHICKEN- Princeton I I Ind March 11Truiancy of several boys In the second grade of one of the schools here led I to an investigation by Supt Scott and finally alleged confessions were made to him by some of th boys that they put In most of their time out of school stealing chickens I and selling them They I j that several times they had stole i rearloft II IIto IIfrontj iI It is said one Domlnecker rooster iI was sold back to the company three times In one day In this way In lifting chickens In daylight they carried a large family um brella with them closed and whe the chicken was captured it wouldI be dropped down Into the folds ofr the big umbrella and thus carriedI away unseen The boys may be prosecuted ADAIILRG March 8Mrs Clay Ford of spent Monday with Mrs Dr Patton It being Mrs Pattons 7Sth birthday Miss Zoda Raymon returnedl Monday to Pleasant Ridge where she Is In school Mr C L Patton was at Ralph Wednesday on businessII There was a 7th at Mr Mrs Greers 45th birthday I Mr Lee P Miller Dundee andIII Mr Gardner Brown Magan left Tuesday for Kansas I Whycough StoptiStop 1 Coughing rasps and tears Stop itl1 Coughing prepares thethroatI and lungs for more troubles Stop itl1 There fa nothing so I cpughingStopI I toral is a medicine forcoughs and colds a regular doctors medicine Sold for seventy years Use it Ask your doc tot if this Is not good advice Ualess there Ils daily seUsa of the b- cispelsonous r prssets are a ccl- cluanldcbclUeuHN arise dyspepsi Wewlsbysaweulinky I donor about corrcctlsf your coasdps- by tskiag laxative dues or AVers PIifs I Xa4e try m romaCO ruBUM J r ro I FARM OH WHEELS TO IMAKE STATEWIDE TOUR t0f KentuckyBig Demoasli is Planned to Begin a Ijtion March 25 x Frankfort Ky Marsh 11Af- arm on wheels Is to be transported over six railroads and into 70 Ken tseky counties during the 30 days beginning on March 25 The node farm wbkh will be carried la ten railroad coaches will be run under the direction of theCoImlss net of Agriculture with the aid of the tall roads which will haul the train over their lines without charge to the State Cows hogs sheep at tie poultry and livestock generally twill be carried in addition to the can which will be deorted to a demonstration of corn alfalfa and j grains which are grown iri Ken tuefcy A farmers institute will be con I looted at every stop and it Is Xii petted that thousands of will take advantage of the oppor tunlty to bear the lecturers who have been engaged for the occasion The train will start on Starch 2ll from Louisville but the Itinerary has not been arranged as yet The train will be ma over the L and L C and 0 Southern Queen aad Crescent I C and L H and St 1 railroads The trip is the loag eat of its kind that has ever been attempted In this State r I BEAVER DAM I March llYr J W Neighbors of South Bearer Dam after a long illness of Brlshts disease died on the evening of the 9th last After funeral services by Rev Mell at Liberty church his remains were I Interred In the burying ground at that place Mr Neighbors was born la Warren county 71 years ago and enlisted in the 11th Ky Infantry i Union forces and served during the i war After the close of the war he was married to Miss Sarah Hinds of Butler county where he lived most of his married life They raised a large family and all had married except two daughters who now live at homet1Last week Police Court was in knotSty cases on docket but most of them were disposed of Mr Ernest Woodward and the geatlemepot the local bar were present looking after the interests of their clients Rev A B Gardner Is at EarlZlg theeState Board of Missions Miss Myrle Stiller entertained a 1ndBeanieuBrelsford of Princeton Ky who weekgMr Fred Taylor of Princeton Ky made a flying trip to our town last week in the Interest of the Planing Still Co IIr Eldon Gardner of Drakes boro visited the family of ReYA B Gardner last week In the piano contest which has Dananvan g Cos drug store which came off last week there was a closely contested race between Sties Hazel Hocker and Miss Glenn Quinn Miss Quinn won the piano teleIgramew Mr Floyd Miller who enlisted In the army tie months ago was dead at Fort Hancock New Jersey Poisoned with gas was the cause of his death Mr Tucker wired them to send his remains home and they will likely be here by the 13th BlackIeggs from good mating JlOO and 200 per 15 Baby chicks 25 cents each Phone 99A MRS A S CHINN 12t4 Beaver Dam Ky Notice The Good Roads Convention of Ohio county which was announced to meet in Hartford Ky on April 5 1912 has been postponed to meet on April 13 1912 at one oclock sharp Invitation is given everyone to be present A special Invitation Is given each of the Magis trates of Ohio county to be present at our next meeting April iff 1912 L B TICHENOR Pies B F DEAN Secy Hundred Thousand Added to Strike London March 0Over1O9 000 were added to the rants otdie unemployed this the ninth 8ajr of the strike The factories weretoom pelled to abut down everywhere Yt1ALR March 11on March 8 1913ra sew member wee added to the hone of Mr and Mrs JM TviDft via of sear Sunaydale Ky when 4a dainty little boy announced his aarrival end took up his abode with them H is name Is ElmoreJMa I nond his weight nine pounds d The infant child of Mr and 1In1I John Daffron of near Sannydale is on the sick list It1eI Bailey of Route f Hartford I I I PROGRAM- Of theII the Sunday School Union of Ohio County Baptist Association toii meet with Hartford Church March I 19 112 I 930 Devotional Eld Birch Shields 1060 Reading minutes and reports of the schools 1930 Better Pastoral Leader sbipW M Fair and Alney Case bier f 1160 Doctrinal SermOIlEldII J N Jarnagia 1200 Intermission I 130 Better management and t Equipment Eld Birch Shields and C B Lyons j 2M f Better Teaching Eld JJ N Jarnagln and W C Taylor i 239 Standard of Excellence j for Elementary Grades Eld R E Faqua and A O Rots j 211 The Graded Sunday School Dr E W Ford and C 3t Tich enor jtt 239 Business and adjourn meatAU the schools are requested to j be represented and all Individuals i Interested in Sunday School work are welcome C D CHICK Chzan I j W M FAIR Secy For SalePrivately- Three horses and one yearling mule Also farming implements For fur then particulars call on or address 31 W BELL and 16t2 JOHN BELLIi Executors of J D Bell deceased Penalty to Soon Go OnijI The taxes recently levied by theIi city council of Hartford are now due and I am ready to collect same The penalty goes on the first day of r April 1912 So please do nut neg leet the matter but get ready to t pay now in order to avoid the pen i ilty J P STEVENS IOU Marshal i HOPE WELL i March lJi Jim Shull who has been very sick is able to be out againII Mr George Brown of Taylor ii town an old friend and neighbor ofr the writer Is very 111 and not ex j peeled to live He Is nearly 80 j i years old feitt- lrsAlec I Russel spent a jI days with her mother of Powderly last week Jl Mr Porter Hunley sold a 3year old horse to Mr Herrel near Ceral 1TO last week for 130 Mr J I Clark bought a 5year Williams 1forMiss Lizzie Moore of Taylortown is visiting Miss Margaret Taylor and other relatives In this community Mr J I Clark and Mr Eeto Williams took 4 loads of tobacco to Hartford last week Clarks welgbt ed 3300 pounds and Williams i 3000 poundsIMr John Douglas has bought 2 0 acres of land of Mr Henry Hunle It lies on the East side of his Neal Farm Consideration 1300 Mr Elbert Hunley sold a mule to Mr Rude Davenport of Wysox last week for 200 Mr P S Coleman has In the last three weeks bought 26 head of cat tle paying on an average a lIttloJ over 21 a bead Mrs Susan Hunsaker sustained aII fall last week which Is causing herE considerable painlS I l The most common cause of Insomnia Is disorders of the stomach Chamberlains Stomach and LiverII Tablets correct these disorders andC enable you to sleep For sale ball y dealers m FOXES PLAYING HAVOC I WITH THE YOUNG LAMBS I Carlisle Ky March llFarm ere In the northern portion of this county report that foxes are play ing havoc with the young lamb One farmer from beyond the Lick ing river reports that nearly all of his flock of young lambs have been killed by foxes and heavy damages continue to be reported from va rious sections of the county from the ravages of the dogs POI Diseases of the Skin Nearly all disease of the ski such as eczema tetter salt rhea aZl4 barbers Itch are characterized by an+ Intense Itching asA smarting which often makee life a burden I arid disturbs Asleep sad rest Quick relief slay be Had by applying Chamberlains Salve It allays the itching and smarting almost In stantly Many eases tare beeaj cured by 1U use For solo by aU dealers m The Ohio constitutional conrea= tloa by a vote of 78 to 33 adopted a proposal to extend fall suffrage to woinea J havealyouIfurpiSn YOlr oay and maRe live Why not enjo Life We Invite discriminating dressers buy their furnishing goods from once Our tasty hose and ties our happy feeling underwear and our ample shirtsI will jj- I ij Invite them come again every time they needany furnishings Be shy only one spot and your vhole shine Is knocked off faded pair of socks a worn out necktie a broken collar a torn shirt greasy hat vlll spoil the appearance ofa fifty dollar suit of clothes r You will feel good and look good and make good goodfeeling good looking furnishings CARSON s COINCORPORATED Hartford KentuckyI STREET WAIF WHO WAS SENT FROM NEW YORK the West is the Democratic Choice for Mayor of Kansas City 1Kansas Mo Starch 9 When the Democratic censers tlon convened this afternoon W S Cowherd placed the of Henry before the convention as the MayoryIn his nominating speech Mr Cowherd told how Henry L Jost was picked up on the streets of New I York when a a wall and when 7 years old sent out from that by a foundling Institution to Missouri 20 other children to his way Then he traced Mr Josts life a farmer boy through the law and into the practice of law and finally IInto the Prosecutors office What Kansas City needs in the once of the Mayor is a man and Henry Is a man Mr Cowherd concludedAnd convention agreed Mr Cowherd Jost is one of the young lawyers of the The last three years he has been First Prosecuting Attor ney He came before the public prominently in the of Dr B C Hyde It was by the leaders Jost was selected be cause of his clean record as a law yon and public official Nineteen Miles a Second Without a jar shock or disturbance is the awful speed of our earth through space We wonder at such ease of natures movement and so do those who Dr Kings Pills No criplng no distress brln6ssmgood health and line feelings 26c James H Williams m HOW TO KEEP APPLES DURING TUB WINTER Mrr Wl Adams of Voltes Sta tips this county bloc fatten apes a- norel way of keeping his apples through the coldest wlaOSr weather He pub them In barrels in a good place iaals gravies throwing those dirt ap around them aadcoTering them over the top to ndeptli of abort lachesTOa openingf ListenF MEM It fIt to in S Q to us to in A or In our City city name Jost child city with from Jost with city most trial said that take New Life four if some barrels a few days ago he said that he found none of theap pies frozen and 90 per cent of them perfectly sound If apples thus protected could endure the weather of the past months U seems that Mr Adams method might be copI- ed to advantage Iieveryone Richmond Climaxr M WEST NOCREEK SCHOOL- IMPROVEMENT LEAGUE Program for Friday evening March 16 1012 Song Rollcall Reading or tleyt tertleld Select readingCerdte Bennett Stump speech Gilbert Westerfield Reading one chapter In good morals and gentle manners Marllssa Foster Whistling Walter Foster Curry Wallace and Tnlbott Miller Old business Re ft i t cessSinging New business Debate Subject Resolved that a Doc tor Is more beneficial to a country than a Preacher Affirmative Robert Davis Gilbert Westerfield Dudley Westerfield Negative Timer Westerfield J P Foster A C Porter Comic surprise Malen Benton Paper Reading of program Criticism FILYDIA FOSTER Secy By MARLISSA FOSTER Pro Tern A Pleasant Physic physiel fiLiverand gentle In their action and al ways produce a pleasant cathartic effect Call at any dealers for a free sample m Continuous Cabinet Officer James Wilson Secretary of Agri recordsfornervedfifteenpro vious term 6f al hltomcer Raa credited to Albert OollsOa who was Secretary tthe TreaBuryfrpm 18Dl to la13 jIPpoltedbf j 1897 and ancceeairely by Vies dents iRopse elt alld tfaft tf b Vaegah fplzx f la or Dowels f tDINEtf w x tt ImKf wc i 9rfwFloe1 4 I t j t o WEDNESDAY MARCH 13 1012 THE HARTFORD HERALDp lHR j1WEJ ARE READY TO SHOW YOU Ollr JNew f I Spring lSuitskI 1Cor I Menj ede mere Made i nt the latest styles and out of the newest niii aerials We know it is a trifle early to buy but we want you to call around and see them Go through r anttfind out where you can please yourself in quali r ity and price While doing this take a peep at our V now Lowcut Shoes Shirts etc They j rememberfli iitpays to trade with a house that saves you money I j 0060oaoo00o aooo O LOCAL NEWS AND 0 O PERSONAL POINTS 0 Orooo1 O O O OO XXtXOrO O O O U BCaruoa wants your Furs itt Go io H S Carson for fresh gro merles New Neckwear at Uarnard Cos 1VerymtftYPew i Goods arrltlng dally at Barnard Cos Dont full to see llera Candle- sSpectals1 glass full tic IT S Carp has Just Veadltefl a barre1tQfSour Plckles flne Dr Horace Pendleton Williams Mines wan In town yeatgratty fl F lUcy brought the priao of meat down Call and see Mm Off Will OneDollar buflhdl I Q for good Wheat 1 i 1 8tf Hartford Mill do Mr R B Martin went to LouisI vllle Monday and will return home Friday Barnard Cots Is the best place to buy a new flag Suit Case or i Trunk Beefsteak PoTksteak and Pork Chops 12 + cpetpound at S F Rlleys 9tf ROT H T Speak of Taffy paid The Herald a call while in town Saturday Mr D S Rhoads Deaver Dam called on The Herald while in town yesterday rswJ Bean has returned from jx visit to her brother at Anderson Ind t Mr C P Drown Hartford Route 4 gave The Herald a call while in i town Friday l 1 lira W Ji Bqtocmerly Miss Gertrude Wright jrHj tIm this ion son for Barnard 09 e jDr C Wv Felix Olaton was the 7 PMt 6f bier blather rF L Felix Wednesday and TilarBdayj 18t CaraoafW CeIT- I Pint thp 1etr aadbest groceiea I f Telephone jrctuf rjsi lai + Mr Bl CrktreOr1OJd ivflne team J ofmnlea last week to Mr Clint t ri Igibllixrt Of Ktoaoa fof 1U J t 1 J VDoW q Who Is- f t ln r ft absenceti i j erGno8outheraCalfornIa but will return1 io aU I datkx here andatgweaADoro oa sr lor4MaJ isttr ka r J 4 x 1 A A And They Are Certainly Beau 1i ties Too 0Neckwear Have bought acaroi Bran and Ship Stuff Will sell reasonable W E ELLIS 8U Produce Merchant E S Tabor has been appointed postmaster at Frlcdaland Ohio county to succeed E Ford resigned Mr John T Moore cashier of the Bank of Hartford went to Louis ville Monday and will return to day Miss Nora Wedding has gone to Bowling Green where she will take a course in the West Kentucky Normal School Miss Arbye Brown of route 4 left for Plkesvlllo Ky last week to visit her sister Mrs Fon Rogers for a few days Just received a car load of best Oats white and mixedW ELLIS rat Produce Merchant Mr Arthur Potty of the Hartford Republican mechanical force who has been evry ill for a week past is Improving Mr and Mrs J H B Carson left Thursday for the Eastern markets to purchase spring goods for the firm of Carson Co Dont fall to bet in a few guesses on the Talking Machine that will be given away next Saturday by the Ohio County Drug Co Mrs J B Sparks daughter Lat tye and little son Rexle Ford of Hartford Route 2 gave The Herald a pleasant call Friday Unweave the new white goodslooks like Linen wears bet ter Only at Barnard 1 Cos J2c to 30c per yard Miss Harriett Flenor chief depu ty at Sheriff Blacks office left Sat urday for a months visit to her parents near Cromwell Will tarnish you Field Seeds at reasonable pricesW E ELLIS 8t4 Produce Merchant I have nine boxes of Garden and FlowerI Seed for you to select trim Also loose Turnip and Benz Seeds Ilers Grocery and Meat Market Mesdames Mont and Elmer McKinney Misses Rozia Beck and LU rene McKlnn y of MoHenry were visitors at Toe Herald offlcp Friday Mr James Marksof B eca Grove Davkss county died Tata day plghtof last weekafter a short illneaa Jtte rae abro ner otMr T S Marks ot Hartford L+ Mr J Ney Foster Junior editor of the Hartford Republican IIs spending this week In Louisville Each 20ccnt purchase gets you a chance on the Talking Machine You might take It home with you SaturdayOHIO COUNTY DRUG CO Mr Byron Foster who Is In the railroad building business at Butler Ky acting as civil engineer visited old home scenes here a few days recently Messrs W S Tlnsley County Court Clerk E G Barrass Circuit Court Clerk and A C Yelser went to Louisville yesterday and will return the tatter part 51 the WeeK Just received a barrel of Jumb- oPicklesfindand a barrel of Pickled Pork also a now shipment of Magnolia Breakfast Bacon In one pound boxes tiers Grocery Meat Market Mr Dudley Ford who has been very lIIfor the past few weeks at his residence near Hartford is still In a precarious condition though resting as easy as could be ex peeled f 3000 of G per centSchool Bonds issued by Centertown District Ohio county Kentucky Interest and principal guaranteed For partlcu lars address EvnnsVille Securities Co Evansville Ind 11t2 Dr Wlmberly has preached IIn the revival mooting here With unu- sualI power The people have been greatly blessed under his preaching Some 60 conversions up to date The meeting still continues The Herald is sending out quite a number of statements of their subscription accounts to subscrib ers and hopes to have a prompt response from everybody who receives one Please let us hear from you Mr and Sirs Isaac Foster formerly of Hartford who went toCen trallClty a short time ago to take charge of the MdDowell House have concluded to gleV up the man agement Qf that hotell They have not yet decided where they Will lo cate Messrs M R Maddox Hartford Route 4 Prof H E Brown and J W Cooper dlty R C McSherry Beaver Dam S E Bennett Thom as Greer and F C Bennett Hart ford Route 3 W S Dean Dundee were among The Heralds callers Saturday Mr and Mrs J Will Cooper and grandchildren who have been reel dents of Hartford for some months past have returned to their old home at Beaver Dam Mr Cooper will probably go to East St Louis III soon and assume management ot n large rooming house there Messrs nH Barnes Oswald Render Beaver Dam Route 2 Capt J G Keown and Jeff Walter son city W B Crabtree Hart ford Route 1 W D Ashby Cen terttrwn Route 1 R E BaldWin Beaver Dam HT Felix Olaton A R Burton Olaton Route 1 were among The Heralds callers Non day Prof W B Yates who has been leading the singing for the meeting at the court house left yesterday morning for Marion Ky his home Ho captured the people He Is one of the finest evangelistic singers In the country He will be remembered by Hartford people Prof S H Prather of Madlsonvllle Ky is leading the singing for the revival meetings instead of Prof Yates now He is a fine leader and has been In the work for some years Tho entertainment given by Dana Walden the magician under the auspices of the Hartford College Lyceum Course at Dr Beans Opera House last Wednesday night was one of the best of the series so far and was highly enjoyed by the large crowd present Mr Wal den Is a magician in the truest sense of the word and performed some wonderful feats of legerde main as pleasing to the eye as they wore mystifying to the senses His tricks were mostly new and good and be left a pleasant impression behind Mr S T Hunter aged G9 years died at the home of his son Mr Owen Hunter In Hartford last Fri day afternoon after a lingering illness of pneumatic asthma Ills remains were Interred at Equality this county nex day being accom panied by a number of Hartford people He was born near Small hous and had lived In this county all his life He leaves a wife and two children Mr Owen Hunter and her Leila fMlkenan of Point Pleasant He was one of Ohio iountys moat respected citizens a good nan In the fullest sense pf the word and Moved by aU who know him itA Royal Slave was presented at Dr Deans Opera Hones last Fri day night to only it medium sized audience qwlng to the very Inclom eptI 1I ttheatrical attractionsod best Uiat has been hero since The Count of Monte Cristo some years ago and those who failed to go missed a rare treat The company Is com posed of actors and actresses of the highest talent and they rendered this great play in a most thrilling and comprehensive manner rho staging was good and the acting hlghclass strongly appealing to the human emotions It is a firstclass company producing a firstclass I play Flue PrencliliiK and Singing Seldom In past or recent years have the people of Hartford and vi cinity had the privilege of listening to as fine a series of sermons as have been delivered at the courthouse here by Rev Wlmberly of Madlsonvllle The preaching has been highclass uplifting Inspiring Each sermon has shown careful and prayerful preparation fired by the Inspiration of tbe Spirit and clothed In the Immortal habiliments of gos pel truth The singing under the leadership of Bro Yates has also been edifying and Inspiring He Is a singer of rare musical powers and ability and he has been assisted bj Hartfords best choir talent There have goon many conversions and accessions to the church and the community has been much bene filed a OhUII Jowl Hiwikfust Magnolia Breakfast Bacon Chase Sanborn Coffee or Tea bread made from the Beaver Dam Flour anti the GENPINE NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES Cue per gallon heirs Grocery and Meat Mnlct Iolce Court The Hartford Police Court Judge C M Crowe presiding disposed of a large docket at tho regular March n10StlrilOrtlii1IcaSe vs Jesse W Moxley and Jesse Barnes Wherein Hoskins was suing for the value of a calf which had been taken up by the defendants and posted as an estray and later but herel After hearing the evidence and counsel pro nail con the Jury by a signed verdict returned Into court found 1 cent and costs reIlllililyJury really Intended to give Judg ment In favor of plaintiff for the above amount A motion for new trial was made and the court has same under consideration Ilcrs Grocery nod Meat Market Prices Beefsteak Porksteak Pork Chops 12 Vi per lb Home MadeISausage 12 Ac per lb Side Beet Roast Pork Roast lOc per Ib Rib Roast 9c per lb II Air Knink Hall Dead Frank Hall seventynine years of age died of dropsy at 11 oclock Thursday night at his home on the Hugh Herr farm near the Green River distillery in Daviess county Mr Hall had been ill tor a number of months and his death was not DaIvless1n agricultural pursuits for a number of years Mr Hall is survived by two sons Rusab Hall of Owens boro and Sam Hall of Griffith and two daughters Mrs J W Green well of Owensboro and Mrs 1 S Coy of Griffith Ilers Laundry IrItSo- Sblrts lOc each Collars 2c each Cuffs 2c each Agent Mad Uonvllle Laundry Work Guaran teed Called for and delivered John Nichols Commits Suicide John Nichols a farmer about 30 years of age and living near Moor man became a suicide by the carbolic acid route last Monday even Ing He Is ofgood and prominent family Excessive drink is thought to have been the cause of the rash act Clay Renter Dead Clay Reneer son of Mr and Mrs J A Render died at his home in entertow last Sunday morning of stomach trouble and complications- His remains were Interred In the family burying grounds near Con tertown Monday Rev L W Tich enor conducting funeral services from the residence at 11 oclock oooooooooooooo9 MARRIAGE LICENSE O- OOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOiO A Harelip Narrows to Mrs Al lie Bowling Narrows J L Pharls White Run to Ber le F Arnold White Run Importing Potatoes The Louisville Herald of yester dar says Local dealers have been forced to import potatoes from Ireland and England on amount of the high prices demanded for the homegrown product The latter are quoted at 1150 a bgsbel while the price of the foreign potatoes Is 130 The present prices are due to the short age of the crop last year The new crop will be late S hscrlbe Mar Tire Herald 91 a year r SA a ROYAL1YBAKING POWDERAbsolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made fromRoyalCrapeCreamoftartar NO ALUM NO LIME PHOSPHATE WOMEN GIVEN BALLOT IN SCHOOL ELECTIONS In KentuckyAll Amendments Voted DownWill Be LawIcome a Frankfort Ky March 9Artolt- wo hours of argument the bill granting school suffrage to women of Knntuoky was passed In the Sen ate today 27 to 9 Those volni against the gill were Senator IL W Arnett Dale Bertram Berkshire Brown Chipman Dowling Holman HufTakor Slathers and Ryan The measure has alreadY passed the House It Is said the Governor will sign the bill All amendments to the bill were voted down Senator Ryan offered an amendment to strike out the ed ucational qualification provision of the bill Senator Bowling proposed that the measure be amended so that H applied lo only cities of the first and second class while Sena tor Huffakor offered an amend ment seeking to exclude cities of the first class from the operation of the law Because Kentucky headed the il literacy list in the union of States Senator Drock said ho was per suaded the time had arrived when a change should be made and he favored giving the women a chance The most Important provision of the bill follows That all women possessing the legal qualifications required of male voters In any common school election and who in addition are able to read and write shall be qualified and entitled to Votes at all elections of school trustees and oth er school officers required to be elected by the people and upon all school measures or questions sub mitted to a vote of the people and all women possessing the legal qualifications required as to males shall bo eligible to hold any school office or office pertaining to the management of schools Now Library PlanDont Fall to Hcarf This I have over 100 readers to my li brary and over 400 books to pick from With each CASH purchase amounting to 100 you are entitled to read one of the boks FREE Now If you dont belong you may Join for the price of JlOO and keep the book you have when you want to quit rending I have Just added 40 new books Ilers Grocery and Vent Market 1UCKKTTS March 11Mr Sam Hoover is visiting In the Clear Run neighbor hood this week Mr Bird Lee has almost completed Mr Smiths new house at Hor tonThose on the sick list are Miss Nora Daniel and N G Patton and Mr Howards child All are re ported Improving The farmers are getting behind with their plant beds and sowing oats on account of so much bad weatherMr Hoover was In Hart ford Friday on business A S of E Notice The Hartford Magisterial District A S of E will meet with the Rick etts Local nt RIcketts School house Saturday March 30 1912 at 10 oclock a m to elect officers for the year and to transact any other business that may come be fore the body We want to coe every local represented especially those lately organized G P JONES ChmnIO R TINSLEY Secy- SULPIURHPRINGS March 11Farmers are toasting their shins by the tire and wishing- it would stop snowing so they can born plant beds Porn to the wife of J T Davis of near Manlns Chapel on the 8th nat a boy Dr Duff of Dundee Mending physician Mother and child doing well and hopes are en ertalned by his friends that Jim Wm also survive Robert and Charles payer have rented tho H D Bean first near unaydalo andear they are going to batch but they deem to be pair lag more attention to furniture cat F aiogues than common and being endeared to the Rocks and hills cK this section and as he cannot taker the hills with him his best friciidn think that Robert will content him self by taking some of the Rocks i one at least with him when he goesOOOOOOow3W OOOOOOO- o BOYS COIlS tUIl 0 oooooooooooo 000 Below are the names o the boys- who have joined the Torn Club Everett Ashby Cecter Dark Thos E Madcn ArtVnri K Johnson Slgsby McKinney ToBoih E Smith Wyman Bean Edward Chinn Jesses Chinn John T Back lames I Rock GcoTrey BarnjflI MucH Leach Gilmore Koown Warrent Stewart Luther Daniel Arthur i Park Earl Park Fred off Joy Miller Eddie Ford Marvin Curtain Rosco Engler EucIl Shtill James Coleman Webber Clfttk Walter Overtoil Dewey Williams Stilton Barnard Richard Harnnrd V O Curtis Lcm Duncan Arnett Cur Vermin Saw ToLl Ooufclfts S1ft1 cy Stewart Leslio Duke Itfchardf Raymon Arbln MIMer Rosco Km bry Carl Hocker Chester tryiir Everett Shreve Manning Benum Henry C Martin Bethel J CffStft Edward Jackson Oakley lUanfcet ship Ethal Stevens Carroll A Stevens Archie B Hicks H rcrf i Porter Aubry Newcomh Kldiwil Leach Chester Edwards Krneet Magan Briscoe White Ovil CAlc Ernest Cole Ray Cole Otis Took i Jesse Cook Hillard Romans MrtfH lnKi1fIJames Roy Butler Jesse Day John W Ward Earl Hocker Ray Hoot er Joe Greer Wendall Greer Marvin Greer Rollle Roach Jolinafw Sapp Hondy Westerlleld Clpfe I Hawkins Arvin Smith Rominfe i Smith Ernest Ford Ernest White I UerlIster James Phipps Ellis Hines Farts Bryant Sampson Nix Johnnie Voils Ernest Gray George WrightByron Barnes Frank Shultz Henry Shultz KKiMf Austin Clarence Perry WHIto Hobbs Lee Newton Ellis Keownv Gilbert Kirk Verna Eskridge tifEskridge Wilbur Wells Vernon Aldrldge Arthur Whllaker CJfcf Whitaker Perry Curry Frank Cvx Gilbert Duvall Gilbert Patterson Clyde Thomas Clarence Allen Willie Shields Oscar Shields LenTHv Shields Norval Faught Mark HJC von Jesso Raines Ira Keown lien ry C Keown Franklin It Aft rrf Fvorotl Thomas Ahilra Ilrurfw Lawrence Frame Jvowell Vrlebt James L Chamberlain W It Carson Mvn Kcllcy Emmett Vtfit tlngMll Harvey Ford Roy F Lit sey Hoover Neal Brady Loyrf Os car Newton Toney Johnson Arrfif + Brown Dcwlo R Brown KlInflfl Maddox George T Brows ndCI Riley Horlnn Stearsman Tosnaie Coffman Marvin RellBcrnl Karty Ilavmon Nail Lenrlo Oslcsb 1 knrl Ponnctt Matthew Benon RrnrfnlT Ross Homer Bean Clide St Clafr Arllo Brown Pascal Wilson Rupert Haynes Hubert Huff Thomts Stone Herman Keown Clmrlio vans Ira Keown Clement Arnold Cllde Evans Rolph Arnold Glenn Crabb William E Daughertv John ClhrencoIWard Arthur Bennett Pearl San derfur David WilsonEverett Chum manOne hundred and seventyn Inc boys have joined Others may joIn If they wish Send me your name age and addressHENRY LEACH Supt For Sale FarmsAll sizes from 16 to 300 acres We can please OS- Ilf you want to buy land Ilf A C YEISER CO- Hartford Ky Single Comb Buff Orpington Eggs from Prize Winners at Kentucky State Fair 1011 RaTe mated up three pens from which I will sen Eggs at IBO 3OO and 500 per etting of IB Will book orders now- ler hlppKBt later Send for mating UtjlsI free Will also soil a few aybVg Pallets at t 200 each Sansi factloa guaranteed r t R Dr Brooks Btl H G ahamrK 1 1 4- iiV r w UMH r r t WJ i Vj PAGE SIX THE HARTFORD ERALDI VEDKESDAY MARCH 131012 v The Hartford Herald Illinois Central Railroad Time Table at Heaver Dam 1y North Bound South Bound No 132 405 am No 121 1135 pm No 1221228 pm No 101248 pm No 102248 pm No 131 855 pm J E Williams Agt t 00000000000000Cit i i o I OOOOOOOOOOOOOO C- tt Tho term Illiteracy Includes all persons at least 10 years of age un able to write their own language a majority of them being also unable to read In the United States In f eluding aliens negroes Indians andI J Mongolians IOC In every 1000 e r population 10 years of ago andl over are Illiterate The latest rev ports on Illiteracy are not In but according to the last 40 of every 1000 of our white native born over I j the age of 10 could not read norII write The great majority of such Illiterates are found along our ApIt palachlan Mountain ranges and In t the remote piney woods of our Southern States where the distance and the sparslty of the population make public schools wellnigh im possibleOf foreign born white popula tion 103 In every 1000 arc illiter ate and with Inflow of Russian and Polish Jews and Southern Italians this percentage is increasing Of 1 1ournegroes Indians and Mongo t lians 507 In every 1000 cannot real nor write t Tho German Empire with Nor way and Swedenstands first among 1allthe worlds nations for the Intel ligence of Its citizens In these countries there Is just one and one tenth In every 1000 who cannot read and write and those are set down as detectives Switzerland is the next lowest with three to the thousand Scotland has 33 Hoi I land 40 England 58 France 49 Ireland 170 Austria 238 Hungary 281 Greece 300 Italy 383 Spain C81 Portugal 700 Russia 617 Ser via 800 and Roumanla 890 The total number In the United States under 10 years of age and of all races and nationalities who can not read nor write is 0240857 Of these 2853720 are negroes and 1 293171 are foreign born 1 A tight feeling in the chest ac companied by a short dry cough Indicates an inflamed condition in the lungs To relieve it buy the dollar size of BALLARDS HORE HOUND SYRUP you get with each bottle a free HERRICKS RED PEPPER POROS PLASTER for the chest Tho syrup relaxes the tightness and the plaster draws out the Inflammation It is an Ideal com bination for curing colds settled In the lungs Sold by Hartford Drug Co Hartford Ky Donovan Co Denver Dam ymt a Conference For Education Tho next Conference for Education In the South will bo held at Nashville Tenn April 3 4 and 5 next Tho railroads have granted a rate of one and onehalf fare plus fifty cents Tickets will be on sale from March 30 to April 5 Inclusive and will bo good returning to April 20 This will be one of the great est educational gatherings ever held In this country Speakers of international reputation will bo on the program A largo delegation should attend from Kentucky- T J COATES State Supervisor of Rural Schools A Cold IM irlppp Thru Pneumonia Is too often the fatal sequence and coughs that hang on weaken the system and lower tlio vital resist ance R G Collins postmaster Barnogat N J was troubled with a severe la grlppo cough He says I would bo completely exhausted after each fit of violent coughing I bought a bottle of Foleys Honey f fand Tar Compound and before I had taken It all the coughing spells had entirely ceased Foleys Honey and Tar Compound cant bo beat It stops the cough by healing the cause Refuse substitutes For sale by all dealers m KKKATOIt lAlOLLKTTK IS IX Tim RACE TO STAYa i There has been In existence a general conspiracy all over tho East seeking to make the people of the country believe that Senator LaFol lette IB out of the race for the nomination for President The conspir acy was pretty largely successful because many people believe LaFol lette has quit Senator LaFollette I Is not that kind however He will go down fighting if necessary bat he will not run up the white flag t The following extracta of a tele i gram sent by Senator LaFollette I i I personally to North Dakota Repub Scans shown where the Wisconsin Senator stands on the subject ofl laying down t The report that I have withdrawn as a candidate is false d- tklf statements regarding my health 11e are gross misrepresentations The are a part of the pressure brough- to bear to force me from the con test which I willingly undertook ait a time when no one else could bi Induced to make the fight I want delegates who are ready to win or lose If need be In the Interest of a great cause Let mi 3 through you assure the voters o r North Dakota that I shall always keep faith with them and shall re main a candidate steadfast to the end OUR ANCIENT FLAG AS COMPARED WITH OTHERS I Curiously enough the UnitesI States while one of the youngest oLr nations displays the oldest flag comparatively speaking presentfl form was adopted In the year 1777 and the only changes made in It since that time have been the addl tion of new stars for the new States as they came into the Union Our British cousins often refer In affectionate terms to their ensign as the flag that has braved a thousand years the battle and the breeze But they forget that the Union Jack in Its present form only dates from 1801 The French tricolor was adopted In 1794 the Spanish flag as now dis played In 1785 while tho German and Italian flags are no older than the empire and the kingdom res pe- cthelyNew York Herald A Character Test When I was a young man I was very fond of mucic remarked Mr Cumrox My singing laid the foundation of my fortune You sang so well No the captain of Industry who started me in life said that anybody who would get up before folks and sing as I did had marvelous nerve and indomitable will power y1fGlorious Nervy Comes from Dr J T Curtlss Dwight Kan He writes I not only have cured bad canes of ecze mr in my patients with Electric Bitters but also cured myself by them of the safe disease I feel sure they will benefit any case of eczema This shows what thousands have proved that Electric Bitters is a most effective blood purifier Its an excellent remedy for eczema tetter salt rheum ulcers bolls and run ning sores It stimulates liver kidneys and bowels expels poisons helps digestion builds up tho strength Price 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by James H Williams Hartford Ky m tA Hint LadyI guess youre gettln a good thing out o tending the rich Smith boy aint ye doctor DoctorWell yes I get a pretty good fee Why Lady Well I hope you wont it forget that my Willie throw the brick that hit ImScrlbners THE UUMACKAT PARTY ARE YOU A nULIiYCRAT One of the most scholarly men in Boston a student of philosophy and philology believes that a new party has made Its appearance and that It should accordingly have a name He refers to the followers of Theo dore Roosevelt He says that they cannot logically be called progres elves because Mr Bryan himself Is much more progressive than Mr Roosevelt to say nothing of Mr Gompers or Mr Ettor The Roose velt followers would not like to beI called aristocrats they are not allI plutocrats But they agree in thinking Mr Roosevelt bully andI he agrees with them in this characterization of the things that are moving his way Our correspon dent accordingly proposes that they ought to adopt the name Bullycrats Bully they are crate they are and bullycrat implies a very delicate compliment to their best man HereI Is a suggestion that IB worth conII sidering Are you a Bullycrat Do know that of all the minor ailments colds are by far the most dangerous It is not the cold itself that you need to fear but thoI serious diseases that it often leadsI to Most of these are known as germ diseases Pneumonia and consumption aro among them Why not take Chamberlains Cough Remedy and cure your cold while you can For sale by all dealers m r Why It Was Hard I want you to understand thatI I got my money by hard work Why I thought it was left you by your uncle So it was but I had hard work getting It away from the lawyers The Test DJII1Huhl I bet you didnt have a good time at your birthday party yesterday WillieI bet l did DII11Then why aint you sick today j 1S Cftaitclrort Cry FOR FUTCflERS CASTORIA V0000000000000000L 0 0 0 The Heralds Special Selections 0 300 Ot JUST WATCH YOURSELF GO HY Say whats the use In taking stool in all the things we hear Why rip the lining out of Jones and make Smith look so queer You cannot always toll my boy perhaps its all a lieJust get around behind a tree and watch yourself go by You will find that things look dlf fercnt the crooked parts are straight That Smith Is not the only man who sometimes stays out late Perhaps your wifes own husband sometimes gets all awry So get around behind a tree and and watch yourself go by In business and in pleasure and in the social life It doesnt always pay my boy to let yourself run rife So try and do the best for those who in your pathway lie And get around behind a tree and watch yourself go by nlittleThe Death of Gone into the deep dark mys cry whose end no human eye can see Her short but lovespent history appears most sadly strange to me Only to cheer for a few bright days hearts now torn with deepest grief only her childish and little sweet ways seemingly just so tran sient and brief Only the touch of a tiny plump hand only the glance of a beautiful eye only her first brave effort to stand only her wants made known by her cry These are but memories now of the pastmemories trying and heavy to bear The time is soon coming Is nearing so fastIn which wo all must follow her thereJero- me Bonaparte Wells Mppliuott Per IIIIIhII March Is till blustery enough to make us seek Indoor comforts and I diversions and we turn to books and magazines with a zest which I will perhaps be lacking later when I the spring sunshine lures one to theII open Llpplncotts for March will t be found a most desirable fireside companion during these last fewt weeks of cold weather First thcreo a rather remarkable complete nov el entitled The Lustrous LallEby Will Levington Comfort whoII wrote Routledge Rides cne Tho setting is original the plot novel I j and the characters Intensely human annoyingly human at times A I rare love story of course yet with j plenty of brisk action to make Itr appeal to the unsentimental K William T Ellis contributes an eyeopening paper on the Europe an situation entitled II The Great Game Back of the War between Italy and Turkey Mr Ellis gathered his material at first hand and the article may be regarded as au thoritative Other articles are brief crisply informative ones in the Ways of the Hour depart ment The shortstories are distinctly clever entirely worthy of the fa mous names attached to them Repels Attack of Death Five years ago two doctors told me I had only two years to live This startling statement was made by Stillman Green Malachite Col They told me I would dio with consumption It was up to me thenI to try the best lung medicine and I began to use Dr Kings New Dis covery It was well I did for to day I am working and believe I owe my life to this great throat and lung cure that has cheated the grave of another victim Its folly to suffer with coughs colds or other throat and lung troubles now Take the cure thats safest Price 50 cents and 100 Trial bottle free at James H Williams m If you have trouble In potting rid of your cold you may know that you are not treating It properly There Is no reason why a cold should hang on for weeks and it will not If you tako Chamberlains Cough Remedy For sale by all dealers m A rumor published by a London newspaper credits Cap Robert F Scott the British Antarctic explorer with having reached the South Pole Headaches that come from a dis ordered stomach or constipated bowels are permanently cured by HERBINE It purifies the system I and regulates the bowels1t Price 50c Sold by artfprd pru Oo Hartford Kht4Pol TantCo Bea Ter Dam iK7 m ATTENTION ANANIAS = LETTER EXPLAINS ITSELF t Washington YarchSCol Robs elts denial of stories sent from Washington that thefTaft= Ad minlstratldn had reason ta believe that he would not be a If candidate for the Republican Jnomination state ment at Oyster Bay that Secretarj of the Navy Meyer and Secretary of War Stlmson couldnt have said that he wouldnt be a candidate caused to be made public here a letter written by Col Roosevelt June 27 1911 denying reports current at the time that he would support Mr Taft which concluded as fol lowsI have expressed myself perfect ly freely to a large number of men In this matter always to the same effect telling you for instance per sonally and those who were with you at lunch at my house and ton ing Gifford PInchot Jim Garfield and Congressman Madison and Billy Loeb and Secretary Meyer and Secretary Stlmson all alike just exactly what I have said al ways that I would not be a candi date In 1912 myself and that I had no intention of taking any part in the nomination for or against any candidate Sincerely yours THEODORE ROOSEVELT Gee You Arc Easy Have you an office in Gurez Inquired a feminine voice over the telephone of a local telegraph of flee You mean Juarez dont you responded the obliging clerk likewise spelling the proper noun No Gurcz Insisted the fair Inquisitor again spelling the name- I dont seem to find It What State Is It in asked the clerk Gee you are easy came the crushing answer with coldblooded emphasis on each word followed by a chorus of giggles The clerk silently hung up tho receiver and savagely crumpled beyond recogni tion the mneatno IIn which he had been reading an article on Polite ness Indispensable to Success HOW CHRONIC COUGHS Are Being Cured by Vinol New Haven ConnOIl was troubled with a most persistent chronic cough for a long time and had tried so many remedies and prescriptions without benefit that I was discouraged I was persuaded by my friends to try Vi nol After taking the second bottle my cough left me and I must say I never felt better In my life I can also recommend Vinol to any one In a rundown condition as the best possi ble remedy It is tho combined action of the medicinal elements of the cods livers aided by the blood making and strength creating properties of tonic Iron which makes Vinol so efficient in curing chronic coughs colds and bronchitisat the same time building up the weakened rundown system uni derstanding that your 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appreciated by eVtryoneIi Their superior quality makes them a welcome gift and theyII will be treasured by all who them Plan NOW to send one of them to each of your friends and customers at Christmas 1912 The Hartford Herald Hartford KyII a + + + 4y + + + 0 yri 0 NOTICI TO aUBSCmnEUS 0- ft Opposite your name on the + paler or wrapper you will find tthe date your subscription ex 0 nfreo If you find your sub + scrlptlon has expired please M tewlSa one dollar We will ap ft prompt remittance the the the valuable it receive predate P + P + + + + to + 4 4 e NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS p Hj ordering the address of 4 your paper changed from one + sbeoluW7P 7011f4+ web as where you want H chaaJB eQ to Please bear thtw1a aild l a + rt- II 1 iiwEnxt iDnY iI I CR is su iz THE HARTFORD HERALDPAGESEVEN 00000CCC000000 U O MASTER COMMISSIONERS 0 O SAL- ESoooooooooooooo 0 0 taster Commissioners Sale Ohio Circuit Court Kentucky Nofa Doehm Plaintiffs Edgar Boehm et aI Defendants By virtue of a Judgment and or der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court rendered at the Februar y term 1912 In the above cause to the sum of 20770 with interes at the rate ofdper cent per annum from the 6th day of February 1908 until paid and the further sum of 52500 with like Interest I from tho 3d day of December 1908 and the further sum of 19841 0 w like Interest from the 1st day o anuary 1912 and the furthe Bum of 42500 without interest and the further sum of 2500 with Interest at the rate of6vpo r cent per annum from January 1 1912 and 12500 with like inter est from December 4 1908 until paid and thp further sum of 790 with like interest from the 4th day of March 1911 subject to the following credits 3000 paid Nora Boehm February 5 1909 and 8840 costs herein I will otter for sale by public auction at the courthouse door In Hartford on Monday the 1st day of April 1912 abou j six oclock p m upon a credit of nnd twelve months the follow lug described property towit Two certain tracts of land in Ohio coun ty Kentucky on the waters o f Rough river and bounded as fol lowsBeginning at a stone on what Is known as the Iron Mountain road I in the line of T J Lowes heirs thenco with said road N 3214 W 1045 polos to a stonethence 31J4 E 12 15 poles to a steno thence X 55 E 12 35 poles to a stone thence N 12 g4 W 48 45 poles to ia st tostonei a to a stone thence X 33 E 15 poles to a stone thence N 71 W 2 poles to a stone and beechGeorge P Jones corner on said roadthcnc with said Jones line S 65 E 144 poles to a forked sycamore Jones corner on Rough River thence down said river as it meanders binding oh low water mark to what is known as theOld bed of Rough RIevr thence along said Old bed with Its meanders to a beech and sujar tree now gone John T- Mros corner of said bed thence wit said Moores line S 79 W 123 poles to tho beginning Containing 125 acres more or less Second tract- Beginning at a stone In the Oco P Jones line on said road thence with said road N 57 W 72 poles to a stone In said road in front of C B Howards house thence with said road N 34 E leaving said road In 54 poles and In all 67 poles to a stone C B Howards corner injp S Bennetts line thence with Bennetts line N 85 E 11 poles to a white oak gum and two beeches Bennetts corner thence with his line S 9 E passing his and George P Jones corner In 46 poles and in all 97 poles to the beginning con taining 21 YJ acres more or less The two tracts ate the same conveyed to Edgar Boehm by W E Newbolt et al heirs of DL Smith on December 3 1908 as shown by deed of record in Ohio County Clerks office Deed Book 36 page 232 Also the following tract of land t liAg and being in Ohio county Kentucky and bounded as follows Beginning at a sugar tree stump and sugar tree on the bank of the Old bed of Rough River and D r L Smiths corner thence with his lino S 79 W 93 poles to a stone ItItthence S 324 E 65 poles to a IN HARTFORD I The Evidence Is Supplied by itTestimonytJ I fft the reader wants stronger i proof than thofollowlng statement and experience of n resident of y Hartford what can It be II Henry Nail Hartford Ky says I havo used Downs Kidney Pills I1 1for about a year and havo found to be an excellent remedy for I1them complaint I I had pajns in my back and in my sides Seeing Doans Kidney Pills advertised I procured a box at the Ohio County Drug Co They did me a world of I good and I can therefore recommend them to anyone suffering from kidney trouble Sb above statement must carry conviction to the mind of every reader Dont simply ask for a kid ney remedyask distinctly for Deans Kidney Pills the same that Mr Nail hadthe remedy backed by homo testimony 60c at all stores FpsterMllburn COl Props Buffalo N Y When Your packs Lame Remember tho NameX r t stone thence S 87A E 29 311 I polos to a sweet gum on a slough thgnce S 21 E 60 poles to a stone thence S 87 E 31 poles to a gum and white oak on the bank of Rough River thence up the earn N 22 E 19 poles NA8 E 26 poles N 223 E 24 poles N 3211- E 15 poles N 42 E 181 poles Nr C7 YJ W 26 poles to the said O1 bed thence up same S 82 W 353 poles N 63 W 21 poles N 5 E 27311 poles to the beginning cot BreI ing same land conveyed to Edge r Boehm by John T Moore and wife December 4 1908 as shown by deed of record in Ohio County Clerks office Deed Book 30 page 231 IA tract of land In Ohio countyPt Kentucky on the waters of Rough river and bounded as follows Beginning at a s ako In said river where the Old bed leaves came thence with said Old bed as It meanders to where it enters said river thence up said river It meanders to tho beginning con- tainIng l 8 acres more or less Conl voyed to Edgar Boehm by J R Plr tlo and wife and Henry Plrtlo on December 4 1908 as shown b deed of record In the Ohio County Clerks office Deed Book 35 page 485 The first two named tracts of land heroin will bo sold first to pa the debt of Ida Pirtle Jesslo Fryer and C D Smith amounting to 52500 with interest and cost as above stated and second to pay the debt of Westerfield Brothers amounting to 19840 with interest and cost as nbovo stated and third to pay the homestead exemptions of Edgar Boehm 42500 and fourth to pay Nora Boohm 20770 with Interest and cost less the 30 credit as above stated The third named tract of land herein will be sold first to pay the lien debts of the Dank of Hartford Assignee of John T Moore the sum of 37500 with interest and cost as above stated second to pay the lien debt of Minnie Boehm 79000 with Interest and cost as ahoy statedITho fourth tract or land named herein will be sold first to pay tho lien debt of Minnie Boehm or the remainder thereof together with her interest and cost and second t pay the remainder of the debt interest and cost of Nora Boehm o sufficient thereof to produce th sums of money ordered to be mad The purchaser will bo required t execute bond with approved secu ity immediately after sale This 12th day of March 1912 F L FELIXIMaster Commissioner John B Wilson Attorney Master Commissioners Sale Ohio Circuit Court Kentucky C M Barnett Admr c PlaIn- tiffs VS J W White et aI Defendants By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Ohio Clrcul- Court rendered at the Bebruary term 1912 In tho above cause for the purpose of settling the estato of Sylvester White deceased and di- visIon I Ityof the proceeds amongst the parties In interest If any remains after paying the debts and cost herein I will offer for sale by public auction at tho court house door In Hartford on Monday tho 1st day of April 1912 about 1 oclock p m upon a credit of six am twelve months tho following described property towit A parcel of land lying and being In Ohio county Kentucky bounded and described as follows viz Beginning at a double maple and white oak on a point being one of walkor Whites corners thence with a line of Mays 7732 acre sur voy of which this is a part thence N 62 E 120 poles to a white oak i and two dogwoods near the west- side of a rocky branch thenco west 23 E 173 poles to two dogwoods sassafras black oak and hickory thence with a marked line N 74 W 123 poleD to n hickory threo pmi ll sassafras and small black r oak on the side of the hill then N 38 YJ W 92 poles to tho beginning containing 100 acres being the same land convoyed to deced ent by Frank Allen by deed of dnt April 7 1865 and of record in DeedI Book T at page 94 Also another parcel of land Ivlng a and being in Ohio county Kentucky on the waters of Can v Creek containing 17V acres moro or loss and being n part of the same land conveyed to R H Daniel1I by George M Daniel bounded a follows viz Beginning at a whlto oak corner of Sylvester Whites 100 acre survey thence N 65 E 22 poles to an ironwood and stone thence S 17 E 1241 poles to a stone on the North bank of I branch thenco S39 E 20 polesI to a red elm and stone thence 8 20 W 31 poles to a stone in the original line of Sylvester Whites 100 acre survey thence N 23 W BelnntheR ff uru by 11 H Daniel by deed or date Aughst 26 1899 and of record ii the Ohfo County Court Clerks of flee in Deed Book 37 at page 289 The purchaser will bo required toe execute bond with approved secur ity immediately after sale This 12th day of March 1912- r F L FELIX- d Master Commissioner Barnes Smith Attorneys Muster Commissioners Sato Ohio Circuit Court Kentucky Bessie V Fitzhugh Executor c Plaintiffs YA Jas S Fitzhugh c Defendants By virtue oft a judgment and order 0of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court rendered at the October term 1910 in the abovo cause for tho sum of 50000 with interest at tho rate of 0 por cent per an num from the 3d day of November 1910 until paid and the costs herein I will offer for solo by pubs lic auction at the court house door in Hartford on Monday tho 1st day of April 1912 about one oclock p m upon a credit of nix and twelve months the following descrIbed- y property towit The life estate of Sarah Collins Smith Ina tract of land In Ohio county Kentucky bounded as fol lows Beginning at an ooh stumpy and hickory bush In old Fitzhugh line corner of Johnson holes thence N lla E with said line 1 782 feet to a stake near walnut marked as n corner of Fltzhuijh surevy thence S S4 E with line of Fitzhugh survey 2293 feet to a stake marked as n corner of said survey thenco S 8 E with line of said survey 1802 feet to a stake near maple marked as a pointer corner to Dr Fltzhugh tract thence N 5314 W 2588 feot to an oak stump and hickory bush the begin afar containing 99 acres mow or less The above sale 1 is for the use and benefit cf the estato o Nellie F Thomas deceased or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money ordered to bo made The purchaser will be reoulred to execute bond with approved secur ity Immediately after sale This 12th day of March 1912 F L FELIX Master CommIssIoner- o Ben D Ringo Heavrln Wood ward Attorneys- r eMaster Commissioners Sale Kentuckyo Y9rL T Parkc Defendants By virtue ofa judgment and ore der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court rendered at tho February term 1912 In the abovo cause for the purpose of dividing the pro ceeds amongst the parties as their Interests appear after paying the costs herein including a reasonable attorneys fee I will offer for sale by public auction at tho court house door In Hartford on Monday the 1st day of April 1912 about one sixttwelve and eighteen months the following described property to wit v Two tracts of land in Ohio coun Kentucky bounded and describ ed as follows The first tract of 50 theslands of Henry Stewart on tho North by the lands of Loupllen Crowder on the West by the lands of Honey Allen and Icnown as the Finley Park land 1Second tract particularly describ ed as follows A tract of land which descended from Jesso Green Leach and Henry Leach being lots two and three in the division made by Rogers McSherry and Stewart Thrice a Week Edition New York World Practically a Daily at the Price of a Wiekly No other Newspaper in the World Gives so Much at so Low a Price The great Presidential campaign avantoI tho news accurately and promptly The World long since established record for impartiality and nuy body can afford Its ThrlcoaWeok edition which comes every other day in tho week except Sunday It will bo of particular vnluo to you now The ThrlceaWeek World feats ures serial stories humor mar kets cartoons in fact everything that is to bo found in a flrotclass dally The Thricea Week Worlds tog 1aper year and this pays for 156 papers We offer this unoQualled newspaper and TUB HARTFOK1 HKKALD both together for one year for only 1015 Tho regular subscription prico of the two papers Is 200 bounded on the North by the lands of Stewart and Crowder on the East by the lands of Crowder and Finley Park land on the South by the lands of Park and on the West by the lauds of Rafferty and Beck containing 100 acres The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved secur ity immediately after sale This 12th day of March 1912 F L FELIX Master Commissioner Heavrin Woodward J M Por ter Attorneys tSuited fireDogs Taste Old Donas shuffled into Robinss grocery store leading a shambling mangy cur Mecstcr Roblne he addressed the proprietor you got no empty barrel o flour I wants to make my dog a chickencoop March Llpplncotts Tho Hartford Herald and tile Confederate Veteran will be sent for 160 ppr annum If yom havo not seen the Veteran write to Nashville Tenn for a sample ccpy then subscribe througii tlsif ot ce Chlldron Cry FOR FLETCHERS CaSTORIAfit I Mrs Jenkins was standing before the mirror ai ranging her thin hair whoa hor baldhcadeil husband en tered tho room Say Emly he began why dont you do your hair the way you toWhy dont you retorted Mrs Jenkins inrch Llpplncotttj u Tutt Pills FOR TORPID LIVER- A torpid IIv deranges the whole system and produces SICK HFAIUfHF Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheu matism Sallow Skin and Piles There Is no better remedy for these common diseases then DR TUTTS proveTake If you find it in THE HERALD it will be worth reading It costs only SI 00 year Tho Kind You Have Always 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wire your house at cost Electric Lights are clean healthy and safe No UomG or business house should be without them when within reachI 1 W wrWilWilWilJ k WiIWiIWiIWiIWiI1 I SEND YOUR BOY TO MATHENEY BAITS Vanderbilt Training School FOR BOYS Elkton Kentucky A limited select school for boys Faculty collegetrained men Our patronage has come from several Southern States Twenty 3 four different towns in Western Kentucky rep resented this year Electric Lights Steam Heat Hot and Cold Baths Extremely Healthful location 400000 recently spent on improvements No saloons in the town or county Moral surroundings excellent Unex celled as a school for young boys Nineteenth Year Begins September 6 1911 Write for catalogue III Address all communications to DeskC MATHENEY BAITS I L JI 11- wMMMMMM4MMMMMMMMMM4- t I w i M ixr t thllti f fI I Ir c 1It 1J jHI iII 41arw + l c tiGK EIGHT THE HARTFORD HERALD WEDNESDAY MARCJt J3 19 ia Ii ze Hartjord Herald IT tt A E RAILROAD TIME TA BLE AT HARTFORD ICY The following L N Time Card fa effective from Monday Aug 21st North Round No 113 due at Hartford 719 a m No 114 due at Hartford 340 p m South Bound No 115 due at Hartford 845 a m No 113 due at Hartford 146 p m 11 E MISCIIKE Agt t 3 1IED TO KILL HIMSELF E BUT FIRST SNOT WOMAN I Airs Mattie Boswcll Again in Trouble This Time in St Louis St Louis March 8Mrs Mat Ik Roswell aged about 39 of 204 h Louisahi or Ohio county Ky Is being held pending an Inevstlgation of the shooting of Frank Crabtrco a sa p loonkeeper who lives at the same nJdresB Crabtreo is In St Marys iKispitnl East St Louis suffering from a bullet wound In his head Avliirh Mrs Roswell the only wlt ueaa to the tragedy says was self infllctod pj Site told the police ho fired two sAiott nt Ifer as she was on her P himPot to ontl his o Il Ilnhotft alto says grazed the back of right hand and the other went 1 1wild She says Crabtree then lev l tlid the revolver at his temple and I ir ttThe bullet lodged In the trope of his bran and physicians sayI trios recovery I li doubtful Mrs Ilodwell who with Crabtree j Was arrested Saturday on charges f of white slavery preferred by Lola Johnson 1C years old was surrendered to Sheriff Mul tiinnory by her bondsmen after the shooting Sho said that Crabtree Was despondent because of tho t girls charges and had decided to hill himself on his birthday I HOIII In Davless County Frank Crabtree Is well known In Ow Misboro where he spent most of his life He was born In the Mosc leyvillo neighborhood being ono of a large family of children He has followed the business of bartender Sirs Roswell formerly conducted the cottage hotel at the corner of Second and St Elizabeth streets Orccnsboro and Is now under In tlictmcnt In the circuit court for running a house of ill fame The housewas partially destroyed by tire last fall and afterwards she took her departure for St Louis She was formerly a resident of Kockport this county where she vns also burned out- Crabtree I News has lately Dead been received that Frank Crabtree died at 2 i oclock Friday afternoon at St Marys hospital In St Louis as a result of a bullet wound which is relieved to have been selfinflicted The remains were taken to Carlyle 1111 for Interment According to advices from St Louis Crabtree who formerly in Owensboro and who left IIvcIIII number of months ago with Ttottwoll attempted to shoot her unit then committed suicide In St Lou IB following his being held on a white slavery charge WANTEDI Two good tenants on farm Must linvi good tcjinis and romc well lee t tmmicntlcd Good proposition for Che eight parties For further par liciilars address X rare of Hart 7ort1 Herald tf COAL STRIKE IN ENOLAND 0 0AN ENORMOUS AFFAIR Tho worst has come to pass in I EnglandI Tho threatened coal strike has 1 1het niira reality One million workmon have been thrown out of employment England is facotofaco with a rrisfo that threatens to paralyze in AtiiHlry The coal of England keeps the TmlustHcs of IEurope in operation Franco takes ten million tons a year Italy Herman Sweden Rue ala Spain Egypt Holland and Norway help themselves freely to Eng lands coal pile English brawn digs out two thirds of a million tons of black diamonds every day The suprem ncy of England depends upon this nergy that was stored away con Curies ago The English Government realizes Tully tho nature of the Impendingr crisis and is making heroic efforts rY to restore Industrial peace Tho miners have been fighting for the c recognition of the minimum wago l principle A minority of the wino owners are opposing any such move but It Is evidently the intention of tho government to force a settle ment of the strike oven if some radical measures have to be adopted When It Is considered that Groat Brltan mines onefourth of the coal of the entire world It can readily be seen what farreaching consequences a prolonged strike in the British coal fields would undoubed ly havoPeoria Journal NARROWS March 9Mr J W Daniel who has been very sick la some better Mr E P Foreman has la grippe and Is very 111 Mrs Verna Loyal of Echols who has been visiting her mother Mrs C F Boswell has returned home Born to tho wife of Mr Thurman Woosley a fine boy Miss Lizzie Foreman has return ed home from Logansport where she has been the guest of her cous in Miss Lena Adams Atha Daniel who has pneumonia Is Improving Farmers of this vicinity are about through burning plant beds Mr Joe Barrett who spent a week In Evansvllle Ind has ret- urnedI The protractedhOl11eImeeting at the Methodist church here closed on account of had weather SMALUIOUS March 11Mr S T Hunter who formerly lived in this vicinity but moved to Hartford February 12 1012 died March 8 and his re mains were brought hero for burial the day following Among the sor rowing relatives who survive him are his wife two children Mr CO Hunter Hartford and Sirs Ersklnc Fulkerion of Point Pleasant two aiaters Mrs P L Wood and Miss Maggie Hunter Coralvo and a brother lrT R Hunter of this place The 0 K S of Hartford contributed a beautiful floral design for which the family was very grateful although It was delayed and did not reach here In time for the funeral service Mrs Will Fulkerson of Cleaton who has been visiting her parents Sir and Mrs John Withrow and Mesdames Bob Fulkerson and Will Bullock returned home Friday Slessrs Joe Bennett T H Black B L Taylor E G Barrass W S Tlnsley J B Wilson Rev R D Bennett Aus Bratcher and P B Taylor Hartford Mr Lewis Gel ger Miss Nettie Geiger Sirs Jen nie Balls and son Otha Mr C T Overton of Centertown Mrs Wil lie Igleheart and son George Mr James Bennett and S W Bllbro Matanzas attended the burial of Mr S T Hunter here Saturday Sirs Jennie Balls and son Master Otha Centertown were guests of friends and relatives at this place from Saturday until today Sir Bob Fulkerson visited his daughter Sirs T L Withrow Cen tral City Thursday and Friday Slessrs Vlg Morton S E Hun ter and Alonzo France were In Hartford Wednesday Stessrs Clinton Igleheart and L n Overhults were In Hartford re cently Sir Jim Withrow and family con template moving to Cleaton soon EQUALITY March 11Mr John Igleheart ImprolngI Bennett who has hero and Hart ford has returned to his home at Lawton Okla His wife and daughter will remain a while longer Sir and Sirs J C Drake and Sir Sam Bllbro of Matanzas visited Sirs Jennie Ross Saturday Mr Lee Tlchenor of Ceralvo was near hero dehorning cattle last week Sirs Ronzie Bell of Moorman visited Sirs Lelia Klttlnger Sirs J C Bennett and Mrs Mary Barnard last week Messrs Ernest Ellis of Hartford RpRslo McKenna of Centertown and John Klrtley of Klrtleys were here Monday on business liiirknclic Almost Unbearable Is an almost certain result of kid ney trouble D Toomey 803 E Olive street BloomIngton Ill says I suffered with backache and pains In my kidneys which were almost unbearable I gave Foloy Kidney Pills good trial and they did wonders for me Today I can do a real hard days work and not feel the effects Foleys Kidney Pills will cure any case of kidney and bladder trouble not beyond the reach of medicine No medicine can do more For sale by all dealers m For Sale llxtytre acres of well Improved land in Rough river bottoms 211 miles west of Hartford For fur ther particulars address X care of The Herald 3tf Henri Salver the French avlitor flew from London to a suburb of Paris a distance of 222 miles wIth- out a stop In two hours and fifty seven minutes WORLDWIDE STRIKE OF COAL MINERS PROBABLE More Than a Million Men on Strike in Great Britain and Germany Now York March 11A world wide strike of coal minors Is regarded by the coal trade as more than a likelihood If the present nee gotlatlons now In progress between the anthracite and bituminous workers and their employers In this country do not result In a settle ment of working conditions With more than a million coal miners on strike In Great Britain and ISOOOOmlners In Germany vot Ing to quit work to force higher wages a severe coal shortage In Europe is faced The anthracite coal operators are drafting their reply to the hard coal workers here for presentation to the miners Wednesday while next week at Cleveland the bituminous operators and their employes will confer for the purpose of trying to bring about an adjustment of conditions In the soft coal fields Meanwhile coal Is being loaded on the Atlantic seaboard for South American and European ports usu ally supplied by English firms FORDSVILLE BOY WINS AX ORATORICAL PRIXI Hardlnsburg Ky March 11 David Faul of the Fordsvllle High School was awarded tho first prize at tho first annual contest of the Fourth Congressional Oratorical Association hold here Saturday Ills subject was War Other contestants were IrwIn Taylor repre senting tho llreckenrldge county high school whose subject was the Hero of Pompeii and Hayden Igleheart of the Ellzabethtown high school who spoke on Character As Affected by Reading The judges were J A Sprague of West Point 0 1 E Baird of Whltesvillc and Mrs W J Plggott of Irvington The occasion was highly enjoyed by a large audience and Prof R Y Moxey who organized the associa tion expressed himself as highly gratified with the result It is prob able that next years contest will be held In Elizabothtown p MAXWELL March 10The marriage of Mr Marvin Wright of Maxwell and Miss Kathleen Owen of Llvdtmore took place last Wednesday at Ev ansvilleMr Willie Dennett of Globe Ariz Is visiting his mother here Miss Pearl Hudson of Bethel neighborhood spent Saturday night with Miss Ella Crowe of this place Mr Alvin Crowe went to Owens bo ro last Tuesday y A Corn Show Excelsior Corn Growers Club met at Excelsior schoolhouse March 7 1912 After some small premiums were arranged Mr H T Porter was unanimously chosen as judge Mr Porter retired from the room while the corn was arranged for the show After careful and excellent judging J D Taylor was awarded premium number one for best ten ears Joe Barrett second ten ears and T L Rnglaiui best single ear Joe Barrett also received premium for largest yield per acre which was 71 bushels A Welcome Visitor Oblon Tenn March 8 1912 Mr P L Felix Hartford Ky Ive been living In Tennessee over twenty years and The Herald has been a weekly visitor In our home most of that time So enclosed find my 100 and continue to send the dear old Herald for It Is like a letter from home every week MRS C M FERGUSON A S of E Satire All members of the A S of E In Ohio county are hereby notified that the poultry pledges will close on March 20 1912 and they must be turned In to the stock or selling committee by that date or said pledges will not be recognized in sale And those wishing to deliver poultry absolutely must present their pooling card at the place of delivery or poultry positively can not be received L B TICHENOR Pres HENRY M PIRTLE Secy GOVERNORS NINEYEAROLD DAUGHTER GIVES TALK Nashvlllo Tenn May llrLlttle Miss Anna B Hooper 9yearold daughter of GOT Hooper has the distinction of delivering the first equal suffrage speech ever delivered In the Tennessee Statehouse It was all of her own planning Appearing at the Capitol she solicited the aid bf her fathersi Bten ographer In copying the speech af ter which collecting her especial friends among oMclals clerks and f stenographers she led tho way to I tho hall of the House vhere mounting tho rostrum the young I sulTrageltesald My fellowcitizens I suppose you know the reason I am hero I come pleading for you men to let the women vote Do you believe in the way Mrs Pankhurst is trying to got votes No I do not I do not believe In smashing up the win dows but I do think you ought to let us vote Why shouldnt we help to make the laws of our country The Ignorant mn are allowed to vote but the educated women are denied this privilege This is not rIght and every sensible man knows it- FIFTYFOUR II A HUNDRED FOR FINE TYPE OF WEED Lexington Ky March ItTheLexington highprice record for loose leaf Burley tobacco was bro ken today when 54 a hundred pounds was paid for a pile of fancy cigarette wrapper While all the best grades were high the common green or frozen stuff seemed to be In less demand even than usual and was a shade lower In price some of It going for 250 Re ceipts continue heavy and loaded wagons unable to get into the ware house still line both sides of the streets in the warehouse district About 650000 pounds was sold today MAXI MAWtlAGKK ANn JUST A FEW DIVORCES The Louisville Times says Four times married and legally oseparated from the first husband only Mario M Gross manicurist is seeking to have her second and third ventures into matrimony annulled in order that she may be declared the wife of James L Swee ney son of a wealth Owensboro attorney whom she married Dc cember 23 in Jeffcrsonvlllo Daughter of a Terre Haute print er Marie wedded Carl Layman at the ago of fifteen in 1908 The marriage was annulled In Sep tember 1909 she eloped to Paris Ill with Clyde E Lewis an at torney and was married a second time Deserted by him she wedded George F Dude of Liberty Ind July 25 1910 They separated In November and later she was wed ded to Sweeney Lewis told her she says that their marriage was a farce Later she says she heard he was drowned but this proved untrue Her legal marriage to Lewis she believes makes her marriage to Rude null and void She advances no excuse for her marriage to Sweeney Di vorce from Lewis is sought and the Jefferson Circuit Court Is aske4 to declare the marriage to Rude Inval id The woman lives In the Gaston building PRICES HOLD FIRM ON BURLEY TYPE OF WEED Shelbyvllle Ky March 11Theh- igh prices prevailing last week were fully maintained today in all bright colory tobacco and were fairly steady on less desirable types The Shelby house sold 110000 pounds at prices ranging from 4 to I 34 cents one lot of eighteen pounds Ibringing 155 Three crops of a thousand and upward ageraged over 20 cents The Durley house sold 55000 pounds from 3 4 to 21 cents the average for tho floor be ing 11 cents Tho Sweeney and Goodman crop of 5000 pounds brought 18 cents all around Receipts continue heavy Drowned In WnslUuli Mansfield 0 March 11MrsWilliam McClintock aged 21 faInt- ed while washing today and falling head foremost into the tub of water was drowned S For Snlc Town property vacant lots cottages and twostory dwelling A C YEISER CO- Hartforil Ky 011 PAPERS FOR SALE at The Herald office Nice and clean tied up In bundles Five cents a bundle three for ten cents tf 00000000009000000o FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 0 o W Re Wright Pastor O- IOOOOOOOOOOOOOOo Preaching every Fourth Sunday morning and evening Bible School every Sunday at 930 a m- Communion service at 1030 am Prayer meeting every Wednesday evenIng at 8 oclock 4d4444444d4444444 4 4 ADVERTISING IS NOT i 4 4 An expense but an investment 4 4and the more money you put 4 4 into it the more you get out 4 iof It If you place your ad in a 4 4 reliable live paper like THE 4 4 4 HERALD Then it brings r 4 4 suits 4 4a 4 4 1l41d4t4 4i l4 1 4 4 I it 1 1 I ItI TOBACCO jil 1 Ij I SEEDSOWINC r r Is demanding the attention of the farm ers who intend to raise a crop of tobac co Good strong healthy plants to start with means a whole lot in thef growing of a successfulcrop I r Good Canvas for the protection of your beds anda little sprinkle ofyy Homestead Tobacco Grower l will give the best results Our stock oft Canvas and Tobacco Grower is ample to supply your demands We solicit your business on these items and would recommend the mixing of the fertilizer in the soil before sowing and fo cover withcanvas immediately after sowing to get the best results E P Barnes BroBEAVER DAM KENTUCKY + + + + + + 1 + + + + + + + GO TO Albert Oiler + FOR + + Carpenter and Repair Work + + TIN WORK 01 +1 Pump and Furniture Repairing + A Soldering and Saw Filing Buggy q Covered and Lined + YouilTopstind him in the Dr John 01 Mitchell office on Main Street + + Beaver Dam Ky 01 + + + + + + + + + + + + x BOOKKEEPING 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