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"I Come, the Herald of Subscription $1 Per Year, in Advance, i Soiij World, the Xewi of 111 Sation Lamberinj al Bj Bick." All Kinds Job Printing Neatly Executed. jSTO. to-da- 38th TEAR. 1224 DELEGATES HARTEORD, KY., WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1912. out her part ot the contract, which Is reasonably worth $25 per month. The plaintiff says that she has provided for the child for the past five years and she ough to and recover the sum of $1,650. non-reside- nt 20 j y Tampa manufacturer, poured wood alcohol over the upper part of her body, set herself on Are In a county, Virginia, and came to Pike local cemetery, and died while becounty, Ky., when he was fonrtiis ing carried to a hospital. CONVENTION years of age. Thirty-tw- o years ago IN Two negro women passing by tho Murphy Is a of Kenho rame to Breckenridge county cemetery were attracted by the dy) tucky and now resides at Houston, and makes his home with his j,rand-son- , ing shrieks of the woman as a farm but Marion Barnard, at tho home IndTo Be Held by Democrats Texas, "of ownscounty in the low- Being Perfected a pillar of flame for a few Returned Against Theoer end Mrs. Fuller the of Mrs. Francis Thompson. seconds before falling In the sand asks Judgment for $1,650, with InMr. Bernard has a wlfo and eight In Louisville ianapolis, Ind. near the grave. The negroes recdore Roosevelt By terest from November 4, 1906, and children. Ho says he Is not tired of ognized Mrs. Morterello and suman attachment was Issued to bo lev-le- d life and wants to live as long as moned her husband. A call was on the defendant', property. AT STATE MEETING ON MAY 29 WILL NOMINATE CANDIDATES God sees fit. He is a member of PRESIDENT sent to police jAFTJ MANAGER ambulance, and headquarters for an tho Chrlbtlan Church. when this arrived, CLOVERPORT TO HAVE the distracted husband with a spoon XEW BUTTON FACTORY For THE YOIXG .MAX AXI) And Six Hundred and ThirPresident and Vice PresLong List of Serious Offenses was pouring water In the dying woTHE DEMOCRATIC PARTY man's mouth. Cloverport, Ky., May 13. teen Will Be Necessary identAttitude Towards Brought Against ForMrs. Morterello was the mother Is soon to have another enWe are entering on a new era of of seven children, all girls. The terprise. Messrs. Pholps & Son Industrial Workers. For a Choice. national life. Throughout the mer President. eighth was a boy, and died recenthave decided to build a button facbreadth of our land, in our colleges, ly. This seemed to prey on her tory here and work on tne plant DKIIS MAY GET FIRST PLACE In our factories and mines, on our 11V DISTRICTS DELEGATE VOTE 'GROSS OUTRAGES" CHARGED mind, and It is believed she became will be begun at once. The machinfarms and oevory where, there nre montally deranged. Indianapolis, Ind.,May 13. With thousands of young men anxious ''The State Democratic Convention ery has already been purchased, and Washington, assoon as the building can be put 250 delegates the Socialist National nnd waiting to enlist in our cause. cratic orator inMay 10. No Demoto be held In Louisville on May 29 Mcniuiliil Day lot- Labor. the last Presidenwill have 1,224 delegates, CIS votes up, the work of making buttons Convention was organized In this To those the Democratic party Labor's .Memorial Day, tho fourth tial campaign uttered as sensationa hearty welcome nnd asks al a denunciation Rules nnd an order of being necessary to a choice. Louis- from river shells will begin. About city of Theodore Sunday in May, will bo observed to wero adopted and com- them not only to join the ranks, Roosevelt ns was Issued ville and Jefferson county have 131 twenty men will be employed at tho business bj a greater oxtent this year than over but to sit In our party councils and Director W. II. McKInley, of the before. Heretofore the second Sunvotes In the convention. The dele- start, and more put on ns the bus- mittees are to be elected The city council help us jilan and win the glorious Toft hpadquaiters. The statement day In May has been officially desgate vote or the State by districts iness increases. The convention will formuit the meeting Monday nlgh grant- la to Its platform on Wednesday and Ictory which next November Is was in tho form of nn indictment ignated Memorial day, but by a Is as follows: Hon. J. H. of tho Colonel for what weie term- resolution adopted First District Ballard, 11; Cald- ed a lense on a piece of ground to Thuisday and on Friday will nomi- surely to ho ours. nt the Ailnuta well, S; Calloway, 15; Carlisle, 8; Mr. Pholps on which to build the nate candidates for President and Le, In Mm National Monthly. ed "cross outragos upon thi tn0(' coinention of the Amerlcnn Foder-atlo- n factory. Vice President of the United States. Crittenden, 7; Fulton, 9; draws 2."; of Labor, it was changed to faith ot the people" and "betray-als.'- ' One of the most Important ques- KENTUCKY DERBY WON Hickman, 9; Livingston, C; Lyon, 5; the fourth Siind:i In May. tions to be determined In the forMarshall, 9; McCrackcn, 21; Trisg, FORGIVES HIS ENEMIES How, little chance there is o mal attitude of tho party toward 8. Total 141. patching up Republican differences DAVIESS COUNTY SWEPT BT FAVORITE. WORTH the Industrial Workers of the Second DIbtrict Christian. 10; becomes more evident dally as the AND DEPARTS IN PEACE DAviess, 26; Hancock, 4; HcndersWorld. managers of the President and the BY DESTRUCTIVE STORM "Conservative Socialists will deson, 19; Hopkins, 19; McLean. 7; former President rub the coarsest go on Great Colt Ran Away from the kind of salt In the mand that the convention Inlon, 14; Webster, 12. Tota' 117. Ed Callahan, wounds t' o the Former Noted record as denouncing tho methods Third District Allen, 7; Butler, have made. Tho Colonel and his Field Track Was LoWas Done in of the Industrial Workers," said 5; Barren, 16; Edmonson, 4; friends cannot forgive the McKinle Much DMiiagi: Feudist Leader, Dies of Congressman Victor L. Berger, of gan, 16; Metcalfe, 5; Muhlenberg, statement of nnd when the Very Muddy. Owensbjio and Surround Wisconsin, a member of tho E"c-utlv- e 14; Simpson, 9; Todd, 10; Warren; His Wounds. President is louominated, cannot "Ten to one the Committee. 19. Total 103. a iiii Counlrv. Louisll! . Ky., May 11. Worth decently suppoit him. District Breckenridge, Fourth Said Mr. McKInley: Jackson, Ky., .May 12. Ed Cal- delegates nre opposed to 'direct ac the favorltf, owned by II. C. Hal- 10; Bullitt, 7; Grayson! 9; Green, lahan, Breathitt county merchant, tion' and other violent principles "While posing as the acme of all lcnback, and with Jockey .Shilling. Ovei.sboro, Ky., May 11. One 6; Hardin, 15; Hart, 9; Larue, 7; former Sheriff and feudist, who of the Industrial Workers. The up, won the 38th Kentucky Derby virtue In politics, Theodore Roose- of the hardest wind storms In Socialist party cannot afford to Marlon, 10; Meade, 6; Nelson, 12; was shot from ambush velt has been guilty In his official while stand to be embroiled with this at Churchill Downs this afternoon capacity of some of the grossest jeais visited Owensboio and Ohio, 14; Taylor, 6; Washington, 8. ing In his ptore at Crockettsville continue before a record-breakin- g crowd. Davlels county this afternoon, doriotous organization. There has Total 119. outrages ever perpetrated upon tho Saturday, May 3, died early this that will amount to been too much of this on the" Pa- Duvall, with Fain up, finished sec- good faith of the people pf the ing damage Fifth District Jefferson county. morning at Buckhorn. ond, and Flnnuna, with Loftus up, (several thousand dollars. cific coast and elsewhere." Tho roof Total 131. ' Drs. Offutt and John Estill, of Time of race, United States, who like to believe of the grandstand at Southslde ball third. William D. Haywood, n member finished Sixth District Boone, 10;Camp-bell,-3- Lexington; Brashear, of Buckhorn, that their Presidents are what they Wheelrlght, Free Lance, Carroll, 8: Gallatin, 5; and Glass, of Boonevllle, tried he- of the Socialist Executive Commit- 2:09 to be. No more glaring park was blown off, the stand havGuaranola also ran. pretend Grant, 8; Kenton 4 3j Pendleton, roically to save him, but pneumonia tee and a leader of the Industrial Sonado-ttiii- h example of betrayal of public trust ing been vacated only a few minPatrucho and the Manager wero utes previous 8; Trimble,?. Total 123.' set up In tho right lung shortly af- Workers, said he expected criticism scratched early In the day on ac- has ever been exhibited in public players were to the storm. The of 'the organization on the floor of Seventh District Bourbon, 13; ter the shooting under the grandstand office than by Theodore Roosevelt caused his and when the crashing of timbers began the convention. "But we are ask- count of a muddy track. dark, 13; Estill, 5; Fayette, 26; death. In his At the rise of the barrier the exing Franklin, 16; Henry, 11; Lee, 4; "Ofllclnl refusal to permit the and all of them sought safety in Callahan will be burled at the cept nothing from the Socialists approval of the unit form of horses got off to a good stalt with Harvester Trust to be prosecuted, the center field. A handsome Oldham, 6; Owen, 14; Powell, 4; home graveyard at Crockettsville window In the First Christian organization of labor," he Worth in front, and he was never thereby loading on the farmers o' Scott, 12; Woodford, 8. Total 132. afternoon. Just before national AnEighth District Adair, 7; "We believe in militant headed, winning with perfect ease the country an increase in tho fost church was blown Into the church, said. he died Callahan was asked for a Flam-m- a over the balcony railing and crashmethods derson, 7; Boyle, 9; Casey, G; Gar statement, and and many delegates In by half a length, pulled up. d he said: ran last all the way, and came of farm implements of 10; ed to pieces on the floor. The winthis convention are with us." rard, 6; Jessamine, 8; Lincoln, their price. "I know that I will die. I have 'John M. Work, of Chicago, na- with a grand rush In the stretch Madison, 15; Mercer, 9; Shelby, 14; forgiven all my enemies, "Refusal to prosecute the Steel dow was valued at $1,000. Nearly and I 100 barns were more or less wreckSpencer, 6. Total 97. tional secretary, called the conven- but could not beat Duvall for sec- Trust. want them to know It. I want all ed In the county and In many Intion to order and. Morris Hlllqult, ond money. Wheelrlght quit early Ninth District Bath, 9; Brack-e"Dismissal without ray people to live In peace, pull totrial of York, was elected chair- in the game and Free Lance, a 8; Breathitt, 8; Boyd, 10; Car- gether of colored troops involved stances dwelling houses were unand do the best they can. I of New much touted horse, blew up after roofed. In the Habit vicinity a ter, 8; Elliott, 6; Fleming, 10; have been trying to live as I should man for the day. He told the conIn the Brownsville affray. Greenup, 7; Harrison, 14; Lawvention that since the party was going a mile In one of the hottest "Refusal to revise the tariff dur- door which had been nailed up for years. I have Infor the last five rence, 9; Lewis, 6; Mason, 13; Menformed In Indianapolis eleven years paces that had been set for him this ing his seven years ns President. the past fourteen years, was blown with the business of no ago, Tho other horses were not 8; Morgan, terfered 4; Montgomery, It has grown from 10,000 year. ifee, "Fawning upon political bosses from its hinges. The bed In the man, and I do not think I other Robertson, 3; Nicholas, 9; room from which the door was members, paying dues, to. 150,000, contenders. 10; flay them. should have been murdered while The nmtuels paid Worth $3.60, while pretending to Tlowan, 4; Wolfe. 6. Total 152. and that the voting strength had "Acceptance of my own business and contributions blown was whirled out by the attending to $3.90 and $3.30; Duvall, $14 and Tenth District Floyd, 8; Jackwind and scattered In all direcfrom E. H. Harrlman to brin at work. I believe that I will go to been Increased from 100,000 to $5.70; Flamma, $5.50. , 600,000. son, 1; Johnson, 5; Knott, 6; a I want my peoabout his own election as Preslden. tions. better world, and miles and The distance was 1 "We now have one member In Letcher, 2; Martin, 1; Magoffin, 5; ple to Handsome treeB In the court live right and meet me there. the purse was worth about $6,000 while pretending to oppose Hnn! house yard wore uprooted and broCongress, Owsley, 1; Perry, 3; Pike, 11. man. "I want my little boy educated. Hlllqult; Victor Berger," said Mr. to the winner. "after the next election Total 43. I want to be burled' by my dear old "Accepting the word of George ken. A buggy on one of the prinThe muddy condition of the we shall have at least six." Eleventh District Bell, 5; Clay, cipal streets was caught by the She was my true friend W. Perkins, of tho Harvester and mother. Eugene V. Debs, who Is named track caused Major Thomas C. Mc3, Clinton, 2; Cumberland, 3; Har- and I expect to meet her above." Steel Trusts, as ngalnst the word of wind and carried for seventy feet as the preference of mo3t of the Dowell to withdraw the Manager lan, 1; Knox, 4; Laurel, 6; Leslie, against n telephone No arrests have been made, and the sworn law officers of the Gov- and broken delegates for thcead of tho tick- from the race and the meeting be1; McCreary, 1; Monroe, 4; Pulas pole. no clue to the Identity of the assas ernment. Worth, et, is expected torrive at tho end tween the Manager and ki, 12; Rockcastle, 5; Russell, 4; sins Gioat dnmnge resulted to the "Determination to run for a has been mado known. Wayne, 7; Whitley, 6. Total, 64. of the week. He has been tho par- which had been looked forward to telephone and telegraph wires specifterm as Gets Military mm ty's candidate for President In ev- with the keenest anticipation by third stating President after Allan ically his decision to abide throughout the county. Jackson, Ky., May 13. Under ery election ELECTROCUTED IJV STORM turf enthusiasts, thus fell through since 1900. by the 'wise custom that no Presi- Ri'ld, n prominent farmer, was on TURXIXG OX LIGHT escort of a hundred armed mem WHILE After a meeting with Congress nt the last moment. his way to collect Insurance on a faction, the bers of the Callahan The Manager was In eNcellent dent should do so. man Berger, Superintendent of Pobarn that was blown down a month "Demagogic speeches In this camfeudist and lice Martin Hyland Middlcsboro, Ky., May 111 A.T. body of Ed Callahan, withdrew his condition, according to those who ago, when the wind struck another Smith, a member of the Town former Sheriff of Breathitt county, order prohibiting tho carrying of hnd watched his work in the past paign, Including misrepresentation barn on his farm and demolished business will be laid at rest this afternoon red flags In n street parade p the few days. He and Worth have nev- of his opponent. Council and a leading "These are only a part of th" un- It. His son anil two of the tenman, wps electrocuted "during the In Crockettsville. visiting and local Socialists to- er met and the question of supremSatwritten planks In the national pint-for- ants were fleeing from the barn When the news of his death When electric storm here night, but rain provented the pa- acy had been much debated. It was urday night spread, it caused more of Theodore Roosevelt. Thy when panic destroyed. A smnll-size- dMajor McDowell did not think found, Smith had evidently been rade prevailed at the carnibe carefully considered, should His atti- excitement than his shooting from dead for some minutes. Instead a mass meeting was held there wns any chance of the Mann-go- r along with his iirnnn.i ,wnii nf vol, which was being held In Ow- ambush a week ago whilo standing In showing his true form ngalnst tude indicated that ho had been en the convention hall, decorated s"w anunnis judges nnd judicial decisions and ' csuor' n(1 gaged1 In an effort to turn out the In the door of his store. The temwith entwined red banners nnd Worth In the sticky going, as tho per of tho mountaineers Is said to known socialistic vagarles.for camo "n1?. their frightened cries hnd never seemed able electric light In a rear room of his flags. Addresses American were Manager n(,(U,1K to the general terror, drug store when overtaken by Indicate nn Immediate reopening of made by Congressman Berger, Wil- to untrnck himself in the mud, which he has announced himself, al- Callahan-Deato- n though now nttemptlng ta dodge TO T.mV iti.'T-m- : feud. Tho , death. It Is supposed that the elec- the liam D. Haywood and other Social- whilo Worth Is at. homo on any May 27 them and fool the people again. convening Circuit Court MS TO WANT HIM TO WIN kind of n track. tric light wire had become superist orators. m a charged with electricity from the '.rill take up, tho assassination. Court nt Cnlliouu. DATES WHEN DEMOCRATS Responding to a demand that clouds. Smith's thunlb and fingers, GIVEN RESPITE WHILE A Great Meeting. Judge Blrkhead convened CirWILL CHOOSE DELEGATES where he had grasped the screw of Tho meeting of tho Kentucky Edcuit Court at Calhoun ' Monday swept over the State like a tidal KXEELIXG IN PRAYER the electrlo light bulb, were- TJlue morning, ucational Association nt Louisville Utah (convention) and while he has two wave, Gov. McCreary has como May n statement, deand seared. weeks In which to completo the out Jn a Pittsburg.May 10. While kneel- on Juno 25-2- 7 will nfford an oppor- Michigan (convention1) May tunity for tho teachers of this sec- Maryland (convention) ho hopes to finish up the bus- claring for Champ Clark for Presiing In prayer with a priest, ten term, May SUES FOR $1,030 TOR iness In four days. Tho docket Is dent. minutes before the time set for his tion to visit and inspect the Louis- Iowa (convention) May MAINTEXANCK OF CHILD On the burning Issue of whether execution In the county jail here ville schools and to see 'the 'best S. Carolina (convention) .. .May 21 unusually small, as very few cases have been brought since tho last Kentucky shall Instruct Its dele- this morning, Frank Maly, convict- there Is In the way of equipment, Olrlo (primary) May 22 The Owensboro Inquirer says: gates, his card Is evasive and un- ed' of the murder of Frank Bezek, sanitation, heating, eto. There is Virginia (convention) May 23 tcrm Bettle Fuller has filed a suit was If tho There is prnctically no criminal satisfactory to both sides. by the Sheriff that much to be learned outside the text- Now Jersey (primary) .. .T.May 28 Informed ngalt D. W. Murphy, Becking to uovernor Tener nad grantod nim a book, nnd much to bo taught Texas (convention) Gvornor is heartily and sincerely May 28 business, and what few cases aro on collect on a claim for $1,650, for respite. for ?lark' U Is 1ulte Impossible to which is not found inho course of Kentucky (convention) .May 29 tho docket will bo disposed of In alleged taking care of and clothing short order. The grand jury will understand why he should oppose He will likely be sent to the pen- study. Georgia (convention) May 29 Mary Jane. Murphy, a girl, who is me delegates oemg instructed Tor itentiary for life, Maly was In lovo Rhode Island (primary) .. .May 31 have very little work to do, as both his man. To now about 16 years old. ' be for a man Is to tho town and county with tbe wlfo of the man he killed. NINETY.TWO YEARS OLD have been .June 4 In her petition Mrs. Fuller states BUSY RAFTING LOGS South Dakota (primary) want him to win, and the way for Immediately upon learning of rather quiet for some time. Ohio (convention),; June 4 i that 'on November 4," 1906," the de- - his good fortune, Maly again knelt him to win Is for, the convention to I fendant' left with the. plaintiff, Mary In prayer, this time a prayer of Cloverport, Ky., May 13. Ira W. Virginia (convention). ..Juno 0 WOMAN KNEELS AT GRAVE for Instruct him. Russellvllle Jane Murpny, wno ai inai.ume was thanks. Bernard will bo ninety-tw- o years Minnesota (convention) . . . .June 6 AND SETS FIRE TO CLOTHES Herald. u 10 years old, with the, understan.I old tho 15th of June, He was In The pension Sherwood bill, Confederate currencv f'1- - ' bv Capt. Johp Moren, ot Pittsburgh, town Saturday and he is a remark- agreed to In both ding thatt she' was to take.are. of tbe Tampa, houses of ConFla., May 11. Afte the UHoi pi' v'o-- "l- Jt v. ' "'child and provide the necessities of, said to have been known to every able man. With the exception of gress, will Increase the annual ex- kneeling at the icrave i v 3f-tMr' life, Including her maintenance and rlverman'frora Pittsburgh to New the two wee,ks he guarded the penditures of tho Government, It is pi. recently burled. cf her In'" Treacur'Mis. Marl retary MncVeagh to nn'd she ., has carried Orleans, died In San Francisco. education. That smallpox cases here, he has been 'Stlmnted, spoilt $30,000,000. Morterello, wife of " proTicpa schools. i ORG IZAT rafting logs nil spring. Work on the river is his greatest pleasure Mr. Bernard was born In Taiwell MAN Y CHARGES III OFJCIMJSTS at INITIT she-stoo- Clo-verp- - y. re-cu- nt 4; 2-- 5i art-gla- ss ono-tlur- n, ... Uui-iiil- . m le ue-ot- her mv - ... ... ?'' fir '- ll'mrs Fx V f i"rt JWfl THE HARTFORD HERALD " ! 3 PAOK TWO. 1 .r lEIBIESlT r PAST-REGftL-UED Ins i Nsr Wind nln 'flea BalfTntOi any ind rowrlng 7c - -,- h eaiaitlvo Ja nv time was here pouring hot and un aV-t- ou"l$iot yd s. Jwng W speech on wv bj?k in 8 f t; bR U i - ! "ourt. n- In rattling 5llV)r,v good "J5"-re-e 1 1 i'iiiii iiu rrcnuc awwrg f1. ll.. " pHrnAk-r OA.1tf.ni7. i,i i TI W .- J1 JH - ' r I ,' Wild- iikj spafcers'rfnM In lk DeaIinffVVith--Peri-ueron1,BteWerr'Pin- st? onaJtJVIdtter. l w I lift ered animals; returned home ana . Tafld(...(djalect8. JSupug, J 1 K Iff ROOSEVELT IH STEAHBOATFIGHT usqd Jn making handed the State dfi RECOUNTS GDMPUMENTS PAID In? that their niDiy unKea" wtim tnatj ''cm snve wu jjuniui;i a in uu ij rf M 8i.ca llitnl ino .Bieaicines am sbidwh to o in II going wnerever auvevwnc-Hawe- r, ii ind split tho Repulnicuu' uany in nnioeight-roor- a .house on "each ofi Him as a Trenchant Writer, unscientific thing Jo do. I did .not After Their Disgraceful Dis twain, Uettovadi Jilxf.liids ,nd with Itfleae.,, deny that jJulij JsfoWayjl p$far Lgijl broke hlJpedgjo Itfj Jnj hoilo. Tills fflpnth? play, Thinks Another" is his enhanced! for iattnrajttejHffaejt,It In Which The Herald 7 ,fi,i;jn '! had, but t fcnaileVgedHnesVeaker to Ideal Republican, uor Candidate Advisable. - an Lincoln 'nnd McKlnley conceptionJoins Heartily. Bottling 'Gre'en; lOl li jnaohjnory at the rate of 2,000 per cite a single monetary scientist on Is .smashof ,end iwould ci i l hi ftJ m ill n '.I o IJ T I ii I '! ' i the face of.ttjei earth. In, amylase', ed. reach,, acres' "IW -- fjhlteu' 'slatVs "" GRATITUDE who 'had ever made the test that SIZES CASK Ul ABOUT niGHT SPEAKS "SUOGS" Aaron Burr seven ,tlraes or al?l$VgirlJi (hp 'i'&lWrVhAW CARROI; way. On being" told of this Incident"; aggressive; followed multitudes : ' L' ,c.S 1,1 gipue,. f tJw Re- - him, Reluc while In Kentucky, by a mutual The Louisville Herald, the My Very Dear Headers: The Bowling preen, slesscger, of, hut ho was a traitor. TheoInoM TtlM a4n f nn n tant to speak of self and mindful of friend, Senator Hoar asked- how I publjcau State party organ, says':1 dore Roojifiveltr Ifjj firttllftg" Mf!$ Til I folioSvlriF Jrhd I remains of CapLHo,wQll ar-- J the "luxury in self dispraise," yet made the Jest.; This 'explained, he J"VIth an accusation of menda'bU gresslve, uniuftlludes innde deliberately and In writ- him, but ho Is a menace to the re- rived In the city SattirUay loveiilng grpouaiion gown and captured a touched by the many handsome then sent "me a most kindly and ty so things that have been said, from flattering message. And dp you ing against the Presidt,. CoL public .in ,q lEvanivlIte ,qj t"- - Tn ik' This will not do any harm or and were taken to thfr undertaking time to time, In my praise, I feel know that Somehow I've felt just: a Roosevelt has put the capstone pn that some measure of acknowledg- - little better toward Massachusetts the ugly personal campaign" that good. As njjidalnyoryinarj; cjlzent rqstiibllshment of Gerard & Gerard, went should be rendered lest I be Pyer since. Ho must haveJgot Vhal lino been waging between him and we want to 'speak our mind while where tho funeral sai'vlrani'wflre Vo feared this stage. In the war dogs hovfl.rt7' V (:, ' Mr. Taft. .conducted" Suhdnyi afternoon '4it husljand, He hasfjQ.'njH)dRheT0 justly charged with that meanest of they call "my goat." dres on, that precedent over since." offenses, callous Ingratitude. At, a funny thing happened at this the controversy would bo reached 2:30 o'clock by Drt Robert H. pastoq of the First Presbyleast I shnll rely upon this to some-- ! same public gathering, showing in time. .)ii i( Surely we are now close to tho THE COST OF LIVES IN terian Church,. iafter. which the in- FHEOBLOOl'PUCEOIN..' whnt justify a most wanton tres- how popular excitement sometimes upon tho reader's patience and gets awny with our reason. Thoso end of a struggle that has been one pass terment was made Iw .Falrvlew Cemn ' t etcry.. the space of The Herald The Hart-Tor- d wore rcdhot times. The people had of the most discreditable In the? anTHE FLOOD VERY history. Surely JAIL AT. M0R6ANFIELD Herald, that vigilant and trus- quit thinking and gone to yelling. nals of American Tho pallbearers wore: Messrs. ty old sentinel ever in the watch-towe- r, The house was almost solid against the sense pf decency of the AmeriW. H. Jones, ' Luclen Graham, Wilt scanning tho horizon for the me nnd and Itching to see mc utter- can people will not bear patiently Tota! Loss Alay Never be Known Stovens, H, L, Galvln, W. L.i Pills of this emAt that time. bury, C. C. Lucas. Tlio flowers Charged With , Setting Fire To common good, and for whose falth-lu- l ly squelched. "the with the continuance bittered and Inconclusive fight. TouchingScenes Among o give all too grudgnoblest old Roman of them all", were numerous and beautiful. service The Green River Depart- It Is leading nowhere but W ingly the share of credit so justly fien. lluckner's Influence through The deceased wag born In FlorSiricken People. n ence, Ala., and was and the meed of praise so rich- out the State vas something to be party humiliation and defeat. It is due ment Store wrecking the reputations and ruinyears, eight months and twenty-- ) Reader, your best pos- reckoned with, so there was n ly earned. of both candidates. days of, age. Ho was married twice, L assault all along the line. This ing sible investment is In your county Baton Rouge, La., May 10. 1 Morgnnfield, Ky., May , -- Fred liaper. Hut I see I've skidded liore, speaker chose to make out a case of nnulnttlni. M'ltli ihn linlfnf ll n t Afinll That the total loss of life In tho his first wife being Miss" Elizabeth tho man charged with' - almost criminal Inconsistency was a man of high honor and Bplobyi floods of the Mississippi river may Powers, who died li"rj?9ii. tthd U) r J31oomr so back to my mutton, the unsav' '. to the Green' River Deoury dish of ego, and lets have against him. bv an unfair cnmnnrl- - Hd patriotism, we now enn not be- never be accurately known was In- this union three UlauShtor. r survive partment store In this city more done as soon as may be. I say I 3on of his position In 187 with lieve either of them' without dicated Mesdames Charles ,.y.,, Sla.w. and when Alex Barrow, that the other Is a repre- who came here from the Bayou Bess Bufflngton,' ,of Ajexiiilfti Intyt than twq years ago, Is now a prisshall rely upon this to somewhat that of 1S9C. I wanted to defond mltigao yiis dreadful outbreak of, the absent Coventor against this hensible character unworthy of country, told of heartrend- snd Charles Finney) Ardmoro, Okla. oner In the. Union coiinty Jail tinder charge, hut the tlmo was public confidence. unfair a most grievous egotism. ing scenes among the stricken peo- His second wife was Miss Mary, $."i,000 bond to await trial at the If wo aro to listen to the Presi- ple In the flooded districts. Wesson, of 'Florericei Ala., to whorii IfJnlpnljcpunty CJrctiJt Court. pleasure, and amp-- , rightly the speakor's, so I contented My chlefest Deputy Sheriff A. W. Clements myself with simply saying, "(Jen. dent, Theodore Roosevelt Is a man "While herding my cattle I met he was married In IS? 7, andtq tjila lest reward for all have written to (hlfl city With tho the public, has been Its uniform tol- - Iluckner had rather he right than who breaks his word, maligns his a negro farmer who had driven all union four children' werO 'born-th- ree has just reached friends, misrepresents facts and his steers into his front yard, but sing- - "onsistent." Catherlng himself sons and ono cjaughter'. ; Ho prisoner from Chicago. to crance and sympathy and Its On the day before tho great fire those Institu- who. with his family, refused to was a son of Mr. Davlil "VV. Howell, ulnr appreciation, "to my faults a take advantage of what ho seemed seeks to overthrow my merit so very to think was an opening for a flnal tions upon which the safety of the leave their cabin. I told him of the of Florence, Ala. His mother "died two years ago last March this same little blind and to man was seen In Morganfl'eld"and ' years ago: blow, he shook his Republic is based. danger," said Mr. Rarrow, "and the thlrty-fly- o kind," generously maximizing tho knock-ou- t If we are to heed Col. Roosevelt, negro got his own cattle out and clenched fist at me and roared: killing registered a.t the Capitol "Hotol'un1-de- r minimizing the former Further details of the latter and the nariie of Tfoward and Wliett why should I not he most grateful? "Yes, all you fellows would rather President Taft is a man who has went back In a boat to get his fami- were learned from 'private sources!-ThKenols, of which Capt!. Howelr ho reached Morg'an'field last Satul:-da- y Nay, why should I not be as loyal be right than consistent." At last been the tool of bosses, corrupt in ly, whether they wantod to como or i ho was "recognized by'rtany'as to so regal, gracious a clientele aB I was Impaled and the crowd went terests and plunderers of the peo- not. He was too late. Tho cbln. was master, arid tho Lyda, Whose-matbeing thq same man who was hero ' Car'roil, wero was William the gladiator, who, on entering the wild over the growsome sacriilce, ple. He is untruthful, disloyal and and overytljlng In It had been s.wept Hi i arena, said to his Emperor: "He never realizing that instead of be- reactionary. The beneficiary, with away." both lying at tho Evanrfvllle wlfarf' more- thah ''two 'gear's ago, "ami , . ing annihilated, I, on the contrary, his own consent, of fraud. who is about to die salutes you?" Mr. Barrow, told of the drowning and wero discharging- - their 'cafg'6' Bloom himself admits that he was How can tho party bo expected of a baby Jn pne of the swollen bay- Jnto h,& Nt cars.1 Capt. ' Howtjll hero on' that Sate' and' 'say's he'ren-- 1' It were Indeed a triumph to be had been paid a very high complil8tered.!iit:tW,Mbl',under'rh'o''n1- "' ' ' " ' 1) able, In ever so small a way, to en- ment; tor It'takes a superior order to nominate either man? And, ous which the family was trying to asked Carrofl td ' untie-- ' his 'stSeT-nill'.!' ' 'i i'i'! M tU ' ...m.. of moral courage to sacrflice con- how, If It does, can it reasonably or cross to safety. Tho baby, fell out llnp and swing' his bodt1 'but' into-'thtertain the average reader with all ' righteously ask the country to sup- of tho skiff and was drowned. ,No stream, noB dnd'to the' bank,1 iftid ,he.was..hbr9 .to see "his iriends, hut " his store of practical knowledge, sistency upon the altar of right. ' And now, dear reader, giving port him? 'HdwcH Ittien1 falls, to. w? iifif. attempt was. made to - save It be Carroll rcflised. Oapt. ,but my pleasure has been somewhat .T3l Who knows Taft better than cause the swift . , . , , 11 , augmented by the encomiums of you my heart and rifted lute, ("I swqpt if, yntjed the stern line of the Lyda frlendsii' current ' ' "" Who knows Roosevelt away and it waa the, life of all '" ' iioHesayB ho' Is nji guilty of tho 1 the more cultured. Not that the ran no more, though poor the of- Roosevelt? the himself. hlfh. Just what , Words eh'sued. fc'nd'ft Itfiattf thatr ipnargoo..ag-aInBcould tingle my fering be") and trusting you will better than Taft? Once bosom others against the baby's, ,A ne-g- r6 1 Kenll themselves Porihe will ,offjr Is n.qt. known, jlj. jJrf baby, In another Instance,- - waa Capt.11Howelr-o'rt)w,'hiblood with more genuine pleasure soon recover from this shock even friends, they aro now bitter oppo'" 0! " than the hearty, ingenuous and be very healthy and happy and nents, and each is doing his best to rllterally washed out of Its moth- - qarrolljtheh rehched for' hls'pnmps '"x TOU9lUB.1fH T'"-! spontaneous approval of the noble again Imploring your pardon for discredit the, other's character In atfs lap as the . waters , r ushed gun'ad tore a gaping "Wotlnaffh fltrons'e.;fr5a?A,?fl,P-- . ft Li.t through-tho- , common people, who after all, are this lapse of egoism, with expres the eyes of the public. cab, In door. The, ,mpth- ' njoati,ftYrybne 'that While they restricted their con- er and fathpr escapad be ", , the true critics of the arts the sions of tenderest gratitude, I am boat, 'the , 4'cJc bf' niHa 0Wn' bbat."Tro'nf' :Wnora.-o- f troversy to a discussion of .policies, out tne Daoy.a jbody- - ,n a peyer which "he the store, had JwowTedee' ft., resort, from whose Most respectfully, .' ' ,r to"StMnrVs' as, jj-tfJ li- -i "iiere-u- t. mew iive'uoure iftfi thAvorlcrfn TjUT fCrc nnrl 'murh II ' Hf .i.jj. there was no occasion for. criticism. found -M. J. REID. judgment there can be no appeal. ' -. -- ".7- ht tUn .Inoll ,T .Yfmh'tia ;8 There was room for a proper difRockport, Ky. V Knowing " . this, a great sculptor ' '' .'WrflM UCBU There are more, than 4,000 refu- later. t raPl . Verry HOell. 'the 'eleVneai'-rference of opinion, and a healthy gees. In ,.., - .on T once exposed his masterpiece on the r ? BO.O Baton Rouge Mrs. Rose A. Freeman, Clifford, rivalry on the plane of administra l pf.CaptlHoWfelI,I8elte'd'he'0Is,' AW QUOio' Pohn p'plnclphl owner of" -I .C street and hid himself to bear the ihavlng arrived from 'St Roafls II.son ?l ... . . t I" "1 J',vl V1 i r ' who ih,uibu inuiciea, nas,, . criticisms of the people. It was an Va says they have long used Fo- tive and legislative programs held Vicountry, A M. HoJllda,y ot,,FodOr tol from thrfinbrvfcleHS'HAnrtB'AflH l 111 ley's Remedies and want to say a no serious peril for party success. not been ''lYe'a. "Bed fflBK' X . humble cobbler who pointed out to che, who brought In 500 head of miner, una ureu iwice ai Barron, Cf brother, .l.was seen InCnicago, last , Rut Republicanism, standing for .cattlo his companion a defetl in its shape- good word for them. She writes: estimated that ho who tjeat n'ta'Stj T'etrt'at; .1 ' "Foley Kidney Pills cured my hus certain great principles In the naCarroll was arrested by'fucers' weak byi Judge,. Cjements, who was, .' ly foot. It was n freckled-face- d lost about 200 by drownjng, T i ri .IIMIJ i . l.' i told that ; JhAR. 't;nhn hnri enn ? rngamuffln who set all Louisville band of a long standing kidney tional field, can not afford to have "i Citizens of Lutcher Frlqdlo.apd Hetlelsoh.'oT' y comAinu ? i' t ,e' lulur "e nau laKon otUer Its fate settled on the ground of municated agog as to whether "the old guy." , s Tie was JiOttin' lowest A threats to the .Gover- vjllp.iorce.-jus- t t' n,e(Ilcl,,e8 1 without, relief. We what Theodore Roosevelt thinks of nor's, office out in a,owboat. ' ' ' '' In Jefferson's statue. standing that the tracks i of tho Ielps at JmlL'iCdn Had Fix'. ,l wou,d notl,e without Foley & William Howard Taft, any more Y. & M. V. He was locked 'up, but gAVe' b6hU court square, was "bowlegged." Rut! Ctl-''" Railroad would be torn, Justice Ell Cherry, of Glllis Mills. medicines in our house for than on the ground of what Wil- up by the more cultured, being In a tech- -' them unless the gap Ip the .as soon ps hla father, 'h wetWkiiowtt'l Tenn.waa.pliltaly'.w-orrTed, many t,mes tllclr C08t" Sold y all liam Howard Taft thlnkB of Theo- nical sense, more critical, put one's Pontchatrain protection levee 19 rlvqrman of Pnductth could 'Veachf sore' on hl&ilrii Kkd' hnfllpil rweveftil (lealers- m 'jore uoosevclt. two men, closed. It required Tneso Evans,v'llle. He claims literary attainment to a severer 'koctOTB, andil6HgT rtoIsted"an rtm&Ji'l days ' bg as they aro and able as they are, nights of hard work four close, apd Capt, W.fTf Hbwell wris onfef of test, thus lending addlflonal.though A to tho uies., i inougut itf waflia"cancor, 'i are not the Republican party, and drainage gap, different, if subordinate pleasure. I V Atlf lnfci!T ii"nnc1f TlrtMrAuJ. f and tho job fla fln- - tho most popular- - rlvfcrmen''tii'at,ev5r! Iia wrnin. It Is time they were told so in suf' these In this way, albeit I have never 'lshed early butthe railroad. lillpd very waters. If Was" said M0 jenV ArntcaOSalvbTandO waiilbbni- - " ficiently clear and emphatic lan- gap was at1 "times, l)o?ed as a scholar, my labor has Is still open. Tho Russollvllle Times says: oietpiy. cured." cures burns; 'doiis, guage to make the meaning of the '' lieon rewarded by many of the proThe Lutcher people ,say they hut tho members' of his crew always ulcers cuts, brufs'cslririd jnei' ' 'zh "" ' The Times notes that Cov. admonition plain. fessions, nmong whom were lawwould be Inundated in tho event of liked. him and 'Would stand by him cents 'nt JambWlll Willlh'riis: ;' ' ' m1 wants the Kentucky delegaIs unfortunate that there is no .. i' it yers, doctors, editors, divines, poli- tion sent uninstructed to n break hero if the protection leveo to the last. Baltimore. 'AS WRONG AGAIN AND ticians nnd educators, especially In other words, that the great Dem- Ulbunnl, other than the National should fail. The railroad peop,le "Bj Staton, Joycc.nKy.hail with power to take have kept open lluyward nnd Alexander peace to ocratic party In Kentucky shall convention, ' XTAXY WRONG THAT TIMI? the gap to facili- an Jdhn excep!on.ally severe, attack .ot ' , ft j ' i their ashes who have gone out of have no voice in making the nomi- 'hose gentlemen In hand. Having tate the transportation of supplies no sense of tho proprieties them-jelvwhooping cough. He says: "If it ' A political' speaker1' Was attack--Vn- g tlieir way to say pretty things. A nation, and labor necessary In fighting the but shall send twenty-od- d and apparently no true had riot been. for Folpy'fl Honoy ind Congressman once told me, even af- men to Baltimore to high water hqre. this Government.' of '6urs With1 barof the effect of their con-luar Compound I would bavo .bqeu 'mdro vertom ter his election, that a letter of ter on Kentucky's trade and vote. thaa' "reason, A matt delegate on the party, It Is too much to For cholera morbus, cholera In- compelled tp flult.wprk- - Instead.i'1 at 'tho' back or the- - Hall at lasfcrlod mine to The Herald on the Tariff Not on your life, Covernor. The hope that they will relieve the conmissed a jdayy,nnd Foley's dut1: '"You'Tfowron'gfi-'Bfrl"wan of groat service to him In pre- people of this State havo diarrhoea from colds, and A 'little ' sense vention of the necessity for action. fantum, wind, colic. McGEES BABV ELIX- lifoney' and Tar Compound gavo mo n6ttled, flheidrator continued "with paring a speech on that subject, onough to know whom they favor But the delegates already elect- IR Is a remedy of extraordinary Instant relief; apd ls4he only; cough 6ut Wee'dlng?' il and two of our best citizens have mil tho people do not propose to Presently, ' In ' ahstfeH ' assured mo thoy owed their elec- t'"llver their suffrage to a handful ed, and particularly tho 112 who power, It relieves colic parna In- medlclni Svo eyer use.'.' .Contains to another strongs "assertion, 'earner " tion to tho ofllces of County Clerk "A delegates, uninstructed, to trade aro understood, may well consider stantly, checks diarrhoea apd ,set-tje- s no 'opiates. Sold tjE all denlorgi. m ttgalh, '''You're' WfohteU sir! ' Tho' ' n I F1 . tho disordered stomach. Price Speaker looked' fthgryrTrfit dontlntu- and County Superintendent., 'several 'mn at will. It may be luat.n few seriously whether It Is not tlmo to bring Into the field somo thLrdman 2fVc and liitercstlm; Fact? Reetirdiug the, ed '6n the years ago, to a single letter to the ' olitlclans deem It of vital 'Importi0c per bottle. Sold by wafbathvil '"'I' ' dti upon whom the party can1 unite 'Hartford Drug Co., Laboratory of tho Chamber- name paper. One of the wealthiest ance to lino up wltlr .. "youji;o wrongjflsfr!!' 'Again' ran' " the winner and laii Medicine Co!,aiyA j1 h'it-'i'- i '.(i a and most prominent citizens of ant to Walt to see who will bo the with good feollng. and strong hopo 'Donovan & Co.. Beaver 'Dam, Ken ' ma out. I f I.. jfoint4''lhinl. ' I of victory. Delay In facing this . Louisville, himself an accomplished v, inner. m Angrily addWsslng'the,,tbr8rst'eHt ,,,, y But the State Democracy problem only permits longer op- tucky. A person purchasing a "bottle of ral writer and fluent speakor, who rep- ' as some convictions It wants to portunity In which pjo orator cried: "Look here, h ' to widen the . Making Chamberlain's Cough ftomedy htts ap$f lita Jcanlhg 'Clear.4 resented his city In tho last Legisou mis mnn sometning f, cojjiu, xprGS3 nnd express unequivocally, :co'ncolntion'"of1tho'Ima&nl't?ude I of about, lature, and whose name appeared lespite the unfortunate, ombarass breach that every fresh outbreak of 'Senator' (Just ,' returning from rb laboratory' thla Government m 'WoW . Ull r M tho pcrsonnl controversy Is creating Washinctonl Wneronhls 'mdd'fcrrie' makft.hiahali-'Btan'-d fr. "Eelerr What' Is the r, &AV-'-,almost dally In the public print dur- - hp fact thnt lt8 stato ,eaileri over In U the party Tanks.' Jn.l Ulv.j.u'jji-4he sentiment "of tho pe'riple In yoUr'l in ','.,VU..-- J luiiuu.aviuicu. 1110 luuuilillclJl J ,,':youq wrong again, Brrl,r came Ing tho session, said to Dr. Maddox nd always, evades, qualifies and ' ti'nd'la'pp'kratfls' uSed in 'i'ta 'ir'o'ria'ra; ' concerning11 itown l "T fronf-'flj' ctttlc1,4' ri8 and myself, several years ago, after 'emporizeiT. NTCUaatl Rising politician, (sternly lriter- - t'bil ,wM''aeslgne?ICIcsyfe'clailyf forttoi tfl9i.up1and,'moveu"iiis Ma illscussing a political issue for sevhalt "fiR"1 Forget It, Governor, i uptfng) Senator, don't deal r'nr'h'osB" aVid"a0i,tiifcnvwai 'frinrtHnnA ielKnR.ns(Dara"aho flrWtfblaf f " ' FOR FLETCHER'S eral hours (and he was not a can" " Jn sentiment ill 6ur bwnf wfr deal tldlkra?' burbpei'' .. B6i'th1'' km'er'ida billiard, I T " n,fn' didate): "Gentlemen, I must own . . A' child can't get strpng and re ball 10t '"l.. I I facV " r'f'T Ohdit thd United States supply the with fafsJ-fa- i-, .J1' a r.3 c .0. ?fiH'fh ' I have never been called upon to Mist While Intestinal' worniBileat rloutf'HferflaibTittfibf'HfilHobea?. . discuss flnnnco upon so high a plane away" Its' vitality. To give tho child WANTS TO kIm&YK MIND tlff ncflk la not only paJriTurhui "obtainable 'lVt tif ' "Hopkinsvllle. ICjfiJo rccoatfyt Jjj'a . t Jnly1!r nnd I congratulate Rockport on a chancd to grovr .these parasites.! J VHI1,K WAR HOWI vnnoylng. - To got ml'it'itMlhdjL MrflsoP&? ,ira,,Anll'16WUMiif4liiTtls)kIaiieytM ")i .'T i lmvlng at least two citizens so well nnst1 be' destroyed and.'- - expelled. "iT 1.1. iiri.'fl rflvMr :'.l T'onso abb Deen Bpareu- in maKing ic Informed," !.t?Hto9layB0Qr"Cha4flr8t)vo, in ia WHILE'S" CREAM VERMIKUGE-- Is Morgantown The Republican LjtARD'S StOW UNIMEfJTr pbfroht' atfp5ss'ip1o1 '"," Uocr ' -- a Marty Jel 3 ln But perhaps tho most distin- guaranteed to remoro'.tho Awornls! 1II forea. ftfOhMhfirB rnr1ffllf.t "MO ?oisna 11 v iiionetWitenrjnyl)eMediUiec(nu K enaM IT IilKoTH I guished compliment was by Sonator It nlso' puts- - the vital' 'Tofgans Ini I 'We' may bo wrong, sol tlta? be-u-r -- muscles jSio' pilirf ceases' homes. enough to populate an aver-I- t terribly paln.rtnflttfth(bckfanUIaC'thio tntw Hoar, of Massachusetts arid" Just healthy, vigorous condition.-- Price 8tvp'dltrv :butthoni."Rooseelf imealfftoly 'Price oifoc?lfo and' ,RHT.TIh?58iil5H'rWcfn-- i WmPM.fPd ,8mToBfWi&inVaitiVtaBV ads. JiiIl ty to think! from that unspeakable 25q por ..bottle. Sold by 'Hhrtford -- aze lids never irifecCe'd-- ' our -- body. '. t'Ao'bor D .tti8Jfl,ilft Ha'fonf "'ISrt1 MdMWoV I.(ia State, too. It 'was when the late la- Drug Co.t Hartford, Ky Donovan no't go" u'jj InfUhb- air' when lrug Cb, 1'artfbfdTKV.. T)onbvan Sip b. MediQlne,.., CMnpaiiK.(aUiDBal,wefldrtithem.irnoRoli?nMhi.,'ttn, dehlitnlbMloRt ,o i d' m mented Money Question was seetb- - & Co., Bearer Dam, Ky. CO.; 'BeavaYbaml'-'Ky'.laade his - gfandataTia play1 as a' 'm iflfP.,?ii09hal'9lnr,a sett ulte IbJbT .noltissi t v tee ar r kj A 1 vw uMuaaat,j v t v U4UV silver and the Instability of tha rold by taking a group of farm nrp- luctB, especially wheat, and shoW- ('. w . w SaVsTHe'kebllblican Stale UL V'tiariyjfoi&anJ. 1 mm t m, T' a . i jioldASr; v the1fe ' gy 1 mnnwri mr M'EDNESDAV, MAY 15, 1912. UlnoMlng In AJ i'paWoFlstotten.r&rfX ca,.nnrl-f- or Drafts uovenormr few Yon he rdlnat' work a go V ernor. W'iflle F lent ho volumes about how many children "we" men- - should be father oft how; t9 rqgulatc fomba.li; t teamed made a new spelling" 1ook; reitfoyoa Tn uoa wo from our moneyf t rtmHa ihn Vntlnn n nl.t1iv ft mm Ipictni int. r? whJcbnB I -- warn $p' '(SELf:FVj tB expense of JHj8 klnMj-ankas one of the host In tho State, and Is lopkeK Wi.in.rm- -i Mi uslaily over- s pfaJI sin8 InfialculBnK I " anH" TSTders of TB1alei PtpvW)feWV.eiftiiAfAtt,pWad$l& I'M MM - pimmis so. ..,.. mimm ma ' IUja aJirij UIIU nai-aAa- Was SotreKt toBe Avenff- - over MPer.ia, usea m onn.ypar..to. epread. tc"ri' rarnRToT T6.U Sere's" Teach, upon which is prlntecCTatfyiSnB'nrg matter, directions and raoohjln " ' toWil rUftp UJO" wismylglll. iUHJreUL m.wM$mMi msum tp law m " rM hour.iiif-pJacejJ-epjLf- 'r ul I JU&HSMmMi vi "" til! IMc-Cas- , fifty-seve- ter-rlff- ic ge ,re y 1 -- , -- e - ' " ' - e -- t!,.;pr. 'its' ', ' 1 1 s ? hr 'imnx.' ' tlii' om Was-'taKe- "W e ' t,, '' -- "WiyJllS 1 Ar-- A .teew, ! uiu-piux- .!' '- , o.-- f 11- to-da- thO-'Eatis- 1 f ' . '' self-defoiis- ' "VsSlMmTiOX .to-da- y, ry ,',' es ct re-ve- r . ' '1 1 ,,l 1 1 . '' J ! Children Cry e '" C JX&'t O R A DC-GJ- ..- ?.i 1 ,: in6c-hlk'he8- n ..' - lt and-lt-mn- y ."e--dl- - , ! ..j. ?Rramnm ' k ii, t ,'n ' - 'tfiiH mfttdil difcut-i- I, ,T..rAU TTSTSJfT"' H..jl "JWII 'Ijf l " '""' "J V J jpyyM)"y'l,""''3' - - -- - J T lAGU THUdE. v'J- tun HvESDmV'iB, J..r'x-,,s.jw- i 1012, lils tees or other local schopl ofllcers, an'd said jBoardpf Sducatlon shall prQcelliag'aijfiBCiBjiciy child ns ?L delinquent child, and against such Thi!-- , HARTFORD HERALD toy. The? boat might have VM fle 3r six more persons, he said. There" Was p. barrel of water on board, but no compass and ha, thought there were no biscuits. A lamp was served out to h)m before the boar Was launched. The boat i proceeded, toward the light of a ship ( for five miles. The ship was lying two points on,the port bow, but her light gradually disappeared. Hichens testified that the boat shquld have been man.ied with not less than five seamen in calm weather . Lord Mersey inquired whether the lifeboats would hao been of. any use at all If there had been a rough sea. The quartermaster replied emphatically: "I am sure they would not, my lord." There had been no instruction given to the crew In opening and working the collapsible boats, although they were more difficult to handle than lifeboats. 5t, then feafdsub-'aistri- ct trus NO BOAT DRILLS., 1 t-mur- c -- - $ rt; 'J tc control or su hlld for violation . , . h .. .:, to the Life Craft Neglected E in delinquency of such child. County Courts pt Sec. 5. The ral'Ateembly, Several Ways. the respective counties ofjthe' Commonwealth shall have exclusive JucuniiiiiiPiii I ON BOARD CHANGES risdiction, pf all cases coming within NO C0MPJ , "i Jfc. ir 5ltefinaiWl,provlsIons oj this act, ,W:' WP .'VW W. ". j MiAlMHWf'Sr43& w ifrrtn TistlTfe of other y nerso.ns HELD ON TITANflG Young Women Read what Cardui did for Miss Myria Engler, of Faribault, Minn. She says: "Let me tell you how much good Cardui has done me. As a young girl, I always had to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, I was so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet I got a bottle of Cardui, at the drug store, and as soon as I had taken a few doses, I began to feel better. Today, I feel as well as anyone can." mcn. HUE 1 -- teOiEFr&BttOTllfijrt Onal 'MMtule or .ttjfiafcftj2 or In ajly way In TAKE TU S i IJ7 iAWSfVS v T the'VVe 111 MMmm. PUIILIC WomarfsTonic Are you a woman? Then you are subject to a large number of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women, which, in time, often lead to more serious trouble. A tonic is needed to help you over the hard places, to relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains, k. the signs of weak nerves and For a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic. You will never regret it, for it will certainly help you. Ask your druggist about it. He knows. He sells it. over-worI, 1 vS',.;S'f?-?.-VvffI Ww.'"' ITiiI l 'tt "H. altIbiWnTt1vi'sion RUCh-ChlldOr-th- n i It apathy of proaucea tne British public,, which has been OXBxicfi cuiu," Bnoik'De weald of case one ,of heeatb.res thus far of the 4roof In of i ft&Oj 'record hb Boardof Trade Inquiry Into the Ti- TIHIY WEIlti MAKH1KD h . Vor KniWKK,w 'tftftil hi'vccrdf5cwev l. wri.'r j - ti htfiHafnVefo AKTKK EIGHTY YKAIIS S$l That eefyaneritr-Kunr- provided can not tanic disaster, was again demon(jlanDrlpther pernTsVesiAlng wltW Life secj'lrodjr'jupon proofj of such strated by the thin attendance- when A romance of 80 years, during In the boundary of the county ract, tne record or tne age! stated in the commissioners, under the pressohool district .law, .and haying the the. first enrollment to be found idency of Lord Mersey, resumed which they had separated, married The first and had children, grandchildren uusioay, tuonirui or BuyervwiuH ui slialll'bb Pcbffildcted as evidence their "Investigation witness called was George and JUlll.ltlUU4 ilUUtUIIC VU , Wild liaMUUfl tllU , Wflif tV L.4UIO nUMJUIJ UlfcJl reached nny child, orr chlldrenbetween thi thereof. If (there be no school i book. " Home Treatment tor Women," sent free. J M for Special Instructions, and 'ihowlng sufih fact, other Beaucbamp, a fireman of the Titan- Its climax Nancy k'1 tf'geji'ot seven riVd' twelve ySrsJ)fl when Mrs. ?M M Bgm Wgl -M aMm III Jane Elwood and James W. Beneelusive, shall cause such child .or evidence as to the age of said child ic, who testified: .rlcVlluriyAbTOerrtoflia tti) anld ft SlialOber'1&hsTdeliY not know which was m dict, both 87 years old, were mar"I did All laws a.nd parts of laws In boat station, I heard that a list ried here. attend .some public or private day ' or pardchliil1 school1 regularly 'fo? Happy as Jmenlles, arm In arm, jjereby had been put up that morning, but . I did not see it. None had been put their eyes sparkling, the bride and f J ' the full, cammon' sohool .or eraded ' w left for Washington, common schobT'term In each year in' iiHulcil and Special Clinrter Schools up before. I did not know where to bridegroom go, so I went up to the boat deck U. C. the common school dlstrlctofrH When the couple were children and to lifeboat No. 13, on the starcounty in which such child oV'chlld- Be It enacted by the Qe,noral fefiJnayJlhjiOhl JhVsC$mmon023ltfi "On Uhlvommonwealth of board side, wliere I helped to put In this place, SO jears ago, they That question will be asked you almost daily by business men seeking youe In the women and children. There went toand from school, hand in , Provided, howeer, that jMs act kenjneky: 'I services, it you quality iaKe me urauKiion rain'pg ana snow amuiiiun 10 rw. ' '" lwherje '" Sec3l. That hofeis J graded schools was an officer there and when the hand, the boy carrying the books. fehall- - nd't appfV in any case Colleges than indorse all other busi More BANKERS operating lifeboat was full he gave the order But one melancholy day the bo' ness colleges COMBINED. 48 Colleges In 18 Sutes. International reputation. the ' child has been or ls being lp th4IRP,9imoi,1)'sal!h. TUnllnir, TjTenritlnir, l'mmanahlp. I'nsllili, Sjiclllns. Irltlimetlc, Letter 'urider' sitedal ichnrters granted by 'to lower away.' There were be- laughed at the girl's rag doll arid Ian llt.r. auxiliary branche n. Good POSITIONS GUARANTEED under reasonable Writ In;:, Iisilat33 'Btiiuuin iup taugllt in conditions. period of time and subject to the GenexaU .,AsseinbJy, vknown as tween sixty and seventy in all In tho childish romance was shattered Bookkeeping. Bookkeepers all over like Home study. Jiousciiidsoi bankcaslf pu- - ipetlai Act Schools, 'which Both married in time and reared tho United States say that Draughon's iets, bookkeepers, and stcnogiapliets aro do not the boat." the same examination as other Mrs, Bene- - New System of Bookkeeping saves them holding good positions as the result of "nverythlng was orderly and all families, until plls in Jthe district, hi ' whlchj such ap,7 lW.asijmnoas fiftyj cents on work anu worry. taking Draughon's Home Study. many from 25.tto 50 per cent in11.. Is a cTiild ''resid'es; and for the purpose eacn one Hundred dollars wortn oi the people, were quite calm," p diet TT c ft. CI n ..1 CATALOGUE. Vat prices on lessons times and Mr. Benedict is a great- - dal court reporters write the System of BY MAIL, write Jno. I Draughon, ijrdWrXy pVJUln3 their re- added. C) et3at!a,lPSw.nlie,0Ji"9t,?inrbtal,lel grandfather. Shorthand Draughon Colleges teach. President, Nashville, Tenn. For tieecaX- spectlvo districts, shall flhave the wijjiiu mio s enna is eraoracea Beauchamp said he could not tell Mrs. Elwood became a widow Whyr Because they known is liebest, alogue on course ATCOLLLGL, writo omptforil the JDounty "XJourCtma'V, ort) iTser, here- whether the passengers were travc i' to empower eling first or third class. There many years ago, but it was not un- - DRAUGHON'S PRACTICAL. BUSINESS COLLEGE der such child to submit to an ex- by so amended Nathville or Memphii or Knoxrille, Tenn.. or Paducah, Ky.,or Evanivillc, InA. ' to be given by the Coun- them to levy any'' rate pf tax for was no light, compass, amination provisions til last year that Mr. Benedict be ty Superintendent of Schools. operating expenses not to exceed nor water In the boat. Everyone came free to make a second selection. hundred dol- looked for them. ProtHNHiimitl Oitrl "It's never too late to mend or phall not apply to "any cliiTd wKS "is lars worth of taxable property wlth-JBeauchamp testified that he had o thejr respectlye.lstrlcts and all had no boat drill on the Titanic nor wed," Bald the blushing bride tojjxcusejiby the County Board ofEd-(- J Barnes & Smith day. ucltiOn'Aiponri .ofliar" tadoa scHoolk of tthls Com- belnf had he seen any. He had been ten "Those sentiments exactAttorneys At Law th eatisfactlotffoft the ahaj their Boards years at sea, and on most of the li- ly," repliedare mybridegroom, as he "fit EHucatfon Be artd sam4 are-- here- the erinWdent ftVdhool - KENTUCKY. HARTFORD, ners in which he had been engaged chlld is not in jroprAPhyslPftlfy y authorized to exercise this power there was a weekly boat drill. dipped down In his pocket and pullllarnrH Mini U. Mrr.M.Ifthe llHternrinrtl itK. Sml'lil . tlint ltartner-bhed out the ring, which 48 jears be- HtllimilH mental condition' to attend school when in their judgment the dc- - Beauchamp for Hie crnpral irHcMf uT iau, made the statement fore he had used for similar purcriminal unci illvorc.xai.rii, .Mr. xinltll iVlaada Qf jtMe school maljo it expe- - that Sec. heltifflfiiiiity Attorney, U iirervtiteil from a.stolcer took charge of boat poses. urH eA. Mr Him it will other "pest!iMvfnfe1Oie'lcifeft)'dr, '' No. 13. miept ucli practice OnicrH ceremony took place at the IimrtlrliiK The rnntrnl nr Riinervlslon of any child t Thlslaw shafl Jje in force and Thomas Scanlon, member of Par rectory of Trinity BpiscopalChurch, In llitrtrurtl Kepuljllcaii biilltllni;, Ky. lfs 'passage'' and approval Sllgo, who Is ap being performed by Rev. P.A. ColeAH laws and liament for North act, who with the Intent to by the Governor. this pearing as counsel for the Seamen's man. South Norwalk Cor. New J. M. PORTER, fhe and Firemen's Union, in W. H. & J. F. GILLESPIE, Tork Herald. shall make a false statement con- - provisions of this act, are hereby Law, asked Beauchamp: PROPRIETORS. Vin flyn nf .repealed. rnlny BEAVER DAM, ZY. ' hows Tins? "Have you ever before known of Sclioof Tl'loiises HfayVo'"II?ed For time suchvc1STTdTiasJanenaeirschool, ail Will practice We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- olnlngconntles. hta pioleialon In Ohio and a stoker being placed in charge of Special attention gltentoa' a mlse ..BLACKSMITHING shall bft.,deamed SMUty-o- r ward for any case of Catarrh that can bnilneti entrusted to hlicare. a liner's lifeboat?" tHfer-2Ue ft enadeCbS the Gqtjeral (bn by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Lord Mersey ruled that the ques- not be cured Itt'rthM GommonWealth of notjx- FRANK L. FELIX, P. J. Cheney & Co., rttnnrtRnrfr KntuScy.y M ft tion was not relevant. l."Jf'"VL'L,f 1 t Toledo, Ohio. Quartermaster Robert Hichens Jairnbt exceed- - 1aSe,c?'i, That when a responsiLaw, ment in the countr We, the undersigned, have known may testified that he was on duty on the tni. tVitrtv Hnvn nr bnth so fined and ble person of any HAfiTFORD, KY. for bridge" Of ;the Titanic at 8 o'clock. iF. J. Cheney for the last IB years, and Will practice hla profeaalon In Ohio and al apptaiWjanKj8i(b)llstrIct t V1y.toprised alnlngcountlea the use of a scnool house,- - to be He heard Second Officer LIghtoller believe him perfectly honorable in all Criminal practiceaod in the Court of Appeal court and Collection! aipeclaltv. not in ses- - through the telephone give an order business transactions, and financially Once In the Herald bulldln? A 1073,!fn rs .or vaca- - to the men In thft Crow's- Nest to able to carry out any obligations made i OTTO C. MARTIN 8. P..MCKEKNKY of keep a sharp lookout for lea and y his firm. or supervision of any child empTclonB,-,b- y Waldlng, Klnnan & Marvin, pro"- - educalfonal. relfglous, agricultural, growlers. HARTFORD, :: KY. d within this act who shall be Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hichens went on duty at the nolnof ntiV.r tlila not nnv nnTlflM Io1ffnH social bodies, or Cooocxx;ococooccooccx;ooooQvj 3 3ioim-msrTara2taapv,w gatherings', and it wjieel .at 10 o'clock", Hichens testis Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-g MMi.au ow to UVVOW v"v JJ1UIU HARTFORD, KY. to compel the child under his con- - saW tiuste rdfuse the fled that the log book showed it to nally, acting directly upon the blood trustee have made fortyiflvo knots in tw and mucous surfaces of the system. school, and he may use of 8tttUrf,"tWnthe-isala- . trol to attend If "fhnrkiinnn be. Hili6harced1from Jla-- . .sfiflljstae his Huse for Refusal in hours and that there was no change, Testimonials sent free. Price, 75c per ..GENERAL INSURANCE.. 1'" iilitpJQitfdGcir'chlldlhMl blPpVo'--' 4Mtg. AtdMfa demand. Signed by up to the time the Titanic struck bottle. Sold by all druggists. Life. Accident. Sick s the iceberg at 11:40. Take Hall's Family Pills for constl- (6f "Said ceeded against as a delinquent child five s Fire While he had never been definite- ipntlon. statutes In such cases trlct be presented1 'tdaid under the , ' T ItricL trustde. .. tHei he shall deliver ly assigned to any boat, Hichens V TnnHof and nrovided. Will Also Bond You. MlBTeSTABLISHED -I'uttiiiK It Nicely. vlli.'eJp,t, Yi?!,rJP,Wrtlrf"rlr. JnV ' Au'Se"' the keys had understood'-thathe two quarctj. rkj uM.ki,t "kSEtSK If its a a watch,There is a good deal in putting a HMyH diamond, orrlnR. - H&,iU9aH other person falling to comply with to said school house, to such free termasters on duty wero to take thing nicely. A prisoner was being siherHHHiH jewelry can get HIKtcwH Otto C. Hartin iio nrnvininns of thin act shall for- - holders, who shall1 too responsible charge of the two emergency boats jjSSpSJH ware, 2t&tm 5USRfi5)5 the t)C5t 4ual"y at 75sTvT3f said school In the event of trouble. He did not sentenced the other day. tho4us6..d'fjthe jcliocds wTtL- - torTfje ns dhJSan of FftiTJPfcrwg the lowest prices sri6Jwl) "You have a pleasant home and IfeJgWa?1?? from the &&&GSM avoidable! 'damages know which of them he was supin 'the TOldlf n SvhlcPttKh cfild1 a bright fireside with happy childposed tq go to. He continued: VIULTB.W I llinil IIAUTl'Oltn, KV. HvW.1 ' to either ren sitting around It, haven't you!" "I was not assigned ORDER HOUSE snld the Judge. Ofllio up stalls oer Wilson A of them, that I am aware of. Nelth-e- d th b Jlrst offenje- - .in term Besslonyor to the doyars ($20 '"Yes, sir," said the prisoner, who Clowe, opposite comt house. Will TTnr iilmast IN THE half a centurv w hne Aprvil y. did I see any Mists of the men's ,tf!ng vacations. iTe ftrlct Irtasteb. duslxelv the Southern trade. Wre stations for the boats put up any- thought he saw a way out of the practice Ills piofessfon in nil (lie for our free illuatrated catalogue. Address. BeeonVaiW - 1 in conflict with thanftaoirarsffor'the couits of this and ndjolning coun The usual thing difficulty. every subsequent offense, and cost the provisions oi mis act are nere where on board. & Go "Well," said the judge, "If the ties and Court of Appeals. Coimnci-ria- l C. is to have a list of first stations and realed. of suit. rr happy children sit around the cheeruoizo LOOiamiB, ny. and ciiinlunl practice a spec boat stations put up. where everySec. 4. ItwhaB bbxtiPe fluty of iQouaty Hoard of Kducaflpn May Erenr ArtlcJo Quarantaed. one can see lt.i Gvery tother vessel ful fireside until you return, they inlty. Pay Old Debts. ( the teachers tcrreport promptly and will stay there Just two months." trus- - i Be it enacted by tbje General As I was ever on had mustor and. bet regularly to the Kscapes. An Awful Fntc." il fteeCftf oSir WOftchkulJifflciMl IseiSlaVJJEtfd',tneJ'.n$tnnJoiyealth of drill. ,.I .never saw any on the PARKER'S c, w - HAIR' BALSAM ' A thousand tongues could not exflnd to the qounWoiioard Qt Kouca- - .eniucKy: i. Cleuuei $fid . LuoUfia thi h&Ir. Hichens 'explained that he Joined press the gratitude of Mrs. J. E. tV5ounty.(pftin m UJOVatlthiOtfrld' us Coun- VOfrontKr3CBi Promote a laxurimt erovth Fall Orsy SwHWfTer to. lta to St at oreColor. JUl Tomhful 1.-tendent ot ScImmIs, the names of M ty Boards of Educatiqn .In' hls'Com' the Titanic 'four days before she Cox, of Jollet, III., for her vfonder-fu- l pair ftlQnff Blto iiuifl1 Wt Drlrriitu While, he" was attempting to -- 233wjSnts3&jardlikS8 HOWh6VrioJsoWs 5Wn4U& &flM&io PW' sailed. deliverance from an awful fate. the, . who fall to comply rwith thrfrbvls- - ment of anyJegal indebted less' coft. get off a collapsible boat, an officer "Typhoid pneumonia had left me 9VI1fbnsVQn(Ilaja lUWaO Nftta be. add3IH0nQld5Md' ofTnii- Ordered, him. into a lifeboat. This With a dreadful cough,'4 she (writes. J If you want clothes of any e trns- - tees unden tlio. old law. sind prior carried, two" mbnjas- crew nnd. .Tim rlnfv nf RnlH i"S6raetlmes 'I Tiad such nwful kloc' chined, fall on the passengers, all of whom were coughing spells I thought I wolilif loMJOchoolfflcefejC 'OhfeMllnSftifeyCpY Act of ana saju uowiuy uoano oi jiuuta- - xouo, u tuuijpiuuiBc, ioi,oiira)- - women excepfclaj. Peuchen and a die: I could get no help fro n docHartford Pressing Club. We I doeWd UOlWStHbaBlilltVff tSdyiWfJ&t i&nJJQJf tor's treatment or other medicines can clean any kind of clothes T3'i."r& TanHont nf Rohnnln. tn elva written .xnedlent Und nroDerby sud Board till I used Dr. King's New piscpv you have aud guarantee that ery. But I owe my life to thisewpn-notice to the parents, guaJalOVir "K)4lDtatlB)iiflii? pfcjrai nts'toTbe' -- Vdijl 11 BESI. , oxnerf persons naving control or maao kjui pi iue Kur uuui Morful remedy for 1 scarcely cough they will be satisfactory if PENCE Un'PLACE 5PUt;S-b i nobtobwTfl s&goiejiditf&vthesaG; ?uirM ft&mir. ut all now' Quick and safe It's jiJNESSANDlOJ'EYOJnSEIyF not, nothing will be charged. This law shall also appl to com- thee most reliable of all thro it and tendance of such ehlld is renuired, CQNTAC T VV'tl' We are ready to clejin ... ?1 8!B TVV'i V3",-'i- : flung medicines'. Every bottle guar mm&m iataaveluovifloi ew igk&tftosMjd&w m&m your er person having control or super- - tbecopo graded common s 100I dlsanteed. 50c and $1.00. Tri .IJbxjD- clothes for spring. We also IfHctsRsTttWrlP&Dlg.n WO 'V " . vlntnn nf biipIi pMA iIopr ffHD RrfiHtOi ACA 'SIL - 4' ....... w.tw.. awaw vm. tie freer at J.H. Wlllia'ms. Lines C7 r An emergency is heret declars Immediately with the provision of : ' have a new linp of lute samCl I a'S rrTO'ADL BTESt , ' ' a11 tkKo' .QrM edJtf Ati'& iUlW i J I Iron sTIIEb COilPAtaYSJ t PECIAL ples and we guarantee a perbrim ew life to wcVjkopler-- 7 FOR FLETCHER'S CilV lromn after Be i : Mg67,T fect fit. Call on Tib when in rt!i,.1,! iH JSm- MI pTei Tifor iffSri jUOKyRApT- - (Tp 1 ine Sucriptfoi O rtwn rf need o .work in iQur. line. K)UiBTRleWen rig Post '" Ills Objection. dally) from now until November Tit IafeaU aad Children. "Eike radst mefi, 1 hav 'my pbPJr- Sis .0191CJ aidi ftffc .HaHfoi JlHofald: Hartford1 Club ?.Br' t VtattniA V' - - 1. tfomlngtf It suppose," bnt- " JjittloO bsorlWy! .Y ea,1 forf tfesly 1121 ti "ll,Tv.c1r1, "Ob, It lsn' your"ihort ccjmings now! II tf i .Vj'JJiT trt l (, ' , . you Ion zmXjAs It'sfalfier "6bfecta"-to- . Signature of rr,v 5 Lwal. Manager, ky. ' flntpl felrijfeiuB ift iKraiitT iniWiiLABocR fsaylngs.J " ' " eaTer-Dam, 4nerora WCteXCAl BlWfStJ'Mlr rS"V":unaeT.1oain,.Drv'a record m ineiiamt '""I I'l J Jqls.'rKpther religious record shying hi (JteNftudplafe 6f birth! As- -- PAJIIOK nixisif ,( London, lailO.Tlie to-da- " to-da- y n, to-da- y, Kii II i MM?gytRJa ra 1 -- br WANT a Better .1 Uie-puiu- ii: Y to-da- y Beau-cham- great-grandmoth- er 1 -- 11 s'ti I Tldedr-fnrth- er: that-this'sec- tiotr ;nrty.p-ls''on'"JfeJfth.()M- ft oc:jc.o-'OOocoo:.oc;r.ooooo- o3 S'ono mflnethd Gillespie Bros., -- llait-lorc- l, lth ilil Attorney at e. WJ-.- Attorney at (Repair Work Horseshoeing Specialty f.l'll isfttetfSas cifpy.-jlawX- al I (A Jbjsctkjn sub-distri- ct - . .raffi? I McKH suk-dikri- c free-holde- rs sub-dl- sub-dl- " and m m tV'be'-dellvere- - d. t 18B8.IS9 aygti r- .wfiOleamffiftfflap-i,Wr I JMfto : Attorney at Law sub-dis- gW:f y , w,aA X P. Barnes 1 sub-dlptrl- ct Tl-ta- n 0mj I '!-- PMtPJi M t -- Notice - - at forty-flY- JudteJSIOm ti . imo&m V A- A mlmm 'fimHfj m. ., 1 J, ;iTELfcPflONE ACP) ROUfiH RIVER iAoAl 1 "W SffltJiStfion - -- Children ! jA Long Distnc.Q -VTHE-''FARMER- S -- I I fAStORI ' " to Al a m 5 iitiis Pressing rM&8wrhHoedtaKgaii y;m.cta:. -B- 'FRED NALLMgr. V- - H X , V i s EHp4V55j pace porn. wjimgvg 'idfeWaygW'i-i- y THF HARTFORD HERALD WKDJTWWAY, KAY 15, lia. The Hm-ijor- d HmidrZiZrM. 1 post-office UEBEK MATTHEWS, FRA.KK L.FEUX, COITOHb ' PrcyY. fRKSK L. FELIX, Puk-an- d aapafl Entered at tl Hartford mattertot tne second tfaea. Tuifpd fitatee in a rcry strong aafl "Barindng man-ae- r. He tctt pertinently "want6 io toe xv what becomes of afi the large that Is annually Bum of money turaed Into the coffers of this or-TContiirVr Trt 4h ! j,r H Mil Let ub not forget that CoL Boose- veJt tias the original Taft man. Roosevelt and Solomon teem to egree on jne polat that "all men liars." Hartford is putting on metropol- ltan airs with. automobiles fhiine about her 'treet. , j;.i00 yearly Is contrJbnted by n KeatucMaas to the League, and Bays If you irant a speaker from tie League people, yo;j haTe to pay Wm ,jeary, jad,, peases. Jag Perhaps the Antl-ir- e Saloon League needs Investigation. may bo that temperance people kflow That It Is doing for them, -Anti-Saloo- vvatitm ud tem. Be estimates that -,- tn th? sol thj tit thil rne Ju.f of lcf wll la tr to In clt y CO ' tli to t oil . i4 ah m pa so! a lo I I er ul ID th I m la w N tc tl ai w tt b' al hi a b tr tl 8) CI o o 8 C tl Jl K h h l: r n J c t 1 r t T 1 t 3 t 1 1 1 I Macon, Ga, May S General Bennett H. Touag. of Louisvilie, Ky.t Commander of the Army of Tennessee, was elected Commander , - .. . -. -. " ise-'- i" anaes. iuei 01 tne innea n onieaerate Is y. Mr. Wattraos bays Veterans gifted awtberess j Btery Jn tnIs hh Cf asy. 4i j After the wltlidrawal of Generals to have let her memory drift -mmtvmOm br sMe f ti mo. ,aek Walker and Van Zant from the race otaer ayB," ue auM jtrwatecat rBWkwB of Tedd 's laag Fyae" aad Keatucky times, for Genera Toung's election was made " unanimous. General Walker was besides the rabtle charm with elected Honorary Commander in which she laiests her pieee of fie- For tfc life of ub we caaaot e Chief. It suet for- Wvr ehiM-- r Taft or Befrelt can tioa. there eater into Other officers elected were as folaer real characters as Dr. Vance, MPfMNt th otter if eitfcer ft orx lows: General Theodore Garnett. ImMiUjA llAW Ml LnJt tfc. ..,. Dr. OoebterlMy aad Dr. Brest, and Norfolk, Ta.. Commander Army of (to Ohio famUlar Uie rteaOy tiHjr oartr frfemd to do that vWi eoanty teop)e Northern Virginia; George B. Haraamrs of Harve sed. can eottariatloaly doT rison, Opelika, Ala., Commander of Williams, Rewben Whluaker. Jim j ... 1..M. I.a.1. a .lac PAmmwi Jet.M? Sthroeter Innocent. the Army of Tennessee, to succeed .. Ed Bennett. Jerry Sttilencer and w.vv M H. la the United States Court at General Young; General W. K. Van ot jroag Lobelia Ward, aocoapaaied by Mr. Bryw Oweasboro last week, the most im- - Zant, Ft. Worth, Texas, Comman-porta- st au&taat both Haraoa aad Ca4r- - "ber famous r, ctse tried was agai&st Jesse der of the ur4 foi the Diaotratx Pftiidi- - Mrs Cummins also breathes the who was under ladiet- - meat, that sjrfrit of ber famous aad lovable tJat noainutioB, declaring Sixteen thousand soldiers of the SKfe JDn ar political isacUonar-- 1 father, eld Dr. John E. Peadleton, meat for haviag ia bis possession marched In review is tch technical medieal terms as plates for the purpose of mating old South y kt. "drspawa," "left parietal fracture." counterfeit hank notes. Schroeter before 5i.O00 visitors from all over tl Few wa a etuapulrs forPraci-do-' cc, into her word pictures. deaied his guilt, and after hearing the country aad brought to a close HefwWicagB noanlsatioa for It is mainly a narrative of the the evidence, the jury rendered a the public functions of the tweaty-secoa- d pitched tvo no low a plus. It aceoapUebmeatg of a trio of physi- verdict Clifton of not guilty. annual reualoa of the t'nit- witms, to have dreiopd ia'o site, cians aad Ewrgeoas. but abounds Scbroeter is bow In the penitentiary ed Confederate Veterans, yky a perMwal oviatoa, ahrlrsly witb a fine thread of homely seati-me- at Atlanta, Ga., serving a term of Nearly 6.000 Georgians compos-thre- e of tiie two leading years for making counterfeit ed the largest delegation from any that holds the interest and of ach other. O tcapora! arouses of the moaey, and Odie Simpson, who was one State. Probably the most Inthe heart-throb- s O nwret! Aad sweh aea! ' reader. It is sot a loe story, per j also iadicted with the Schroeters, teresting body of veterans was the it embraces women, children is in the Daviess county Jail, serv- detachment of Forrest's cavalry, . a anfcaiaMBE express- With sock s' sentence. Clif- which headed the line of march. Actioa, from all quarters aad raasy and men and has for its climax t&e ing a were companying of man's ton Schroeter and Simpson it was little Nathan oom prmiaat Deaocrats highest accomplishmeat of the arrested in Henderson, and Jesse Bedford Forrest, grandson of the lote for his fellowman. mi the State, in favor of aa iactrvct-M- i Sehroeter dlgaiioa t BalUflBore, it Hartford peope are proud of Mrs ily boat was arreEted on the fam- great leader of the same name. here at Hartford. dreEsed In the uniform of a Major aad her well desened mU ceea lile defiance of the Cummins lit- General. C. S. A. 'a the world of bigb-clavM of the majority of the voters to Notice. The parade. Including the autod tfcerwit. KeimckifcflE should erature. The Hartford Mill Co. has In mobiles and carriages containing u Lt the voie of the vo- - WXCKKSSMAX joiINKI.V rpsak stock everything that It takes to citizens, sponsors of the Teunion ters be beard. ha uiiivAj luu-M.-tbuild a complete residence. rSome and members of organizations affiCoagress is Jtstt bow bothc riag material cheaper than ever before. liated with the U. C. V., was more Washington. May 9. "There has yoor order vttl Dave pTompt and than a mile long, and wound Its head as to how it is k trine to ad- a a veniaoie upneavai 01 iiarK-wor- k special attention. 20tf through 16 blocks of the city's Jora aad when. So far as the sentlmeat In Ken- ia the Hoese of Represents- shaded streets. BEAVER DA31. tc eoacera.lt would be readr ' tttCk3r ,a the 1an lhlrty daTB: l nev ! tlv The long march was too much for May 13. Mr. Guy Haielrigg andj some of the veterans, and they 4 to adjotira by June 15, but the r encountered such a change work ia the Senate precludes tore; there has been nothing like Miss Pearl Chick were married at dropped out, being Immediately the home of the bride last Wednes- cared for by ambulance corps. the pobdbility of adjournment at It." So said Representative Ben John- day evening by Rev. A. B, Gardner. that time end the chances are that EASTVIEW. will not adjourn before son,' who has been in Kentucky for Young Mr. Hazelrigg is one of the Congrets y. Mr. Johnson re- popular school teachers of the May 13, Rev. Gardner the middle of August, or else may a week, take a recew for thirty dajs after turned this morning from Bards-tow- county and has the present school filled his regular appointment at where he went last "week, ow- of Union district. The bride is the Bell's Run church Saturday and the 15th of June. ing to the illness of his daughter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Amner Sunday. The public drinking cup has had Mrs. Talbott. The Congressman Chick, living near town, a most esA very heavy wind and rain the ban of the law placed on it and was visited by numerous friends, timable lady and Is loved and es- storm passed over this section Sat it Is a good move in the right di- telephoned by various counties in teemed by all who know her. The urday evening, doing considerable rection. There can be no doubt bis district and saw many persons writer joins their many friends in damage. that many diseases have been while on the road. Mr. McDanlel is dangerously 111 congratulations. May their' UTes spread by everybody and anybody "There has been a great uprising be full of sunshine and flowers and of typhoid fever. drinking out of the same old cup of the people for Clark. It Is real- may the Lord's blessing ever atMr. and Mrs. W. J. Martin, of for months at a stretch. Few peo- ly amazing," he said. Hickman Park, are visiting in this tend them. ple have been careful In this matMrs. Liza J, Taylor, mother of vicinity. Wlutt TexaiiH Admire ter many do not seem to care Mrs. Tina Coots, of Livia, spent Is hearty, vigorous life, according Mr. Everett Taylor, our postmaster, and the enforced usage of the sanwho has been staying with herson Saturday add Sunday In this comitary or individual cuv will make to Hugh Tallman, of San Antonio. Coffee, In Buffalo, New York, is munity with friends and relatives. far towards the bealthfulnesg of a "We find," he writes, "that Dr. visiting her children Mr. Georgo Ambrose is on the here this King's yew Life Pills surely put community. sick list. new life and energy into a person. week. Mr, Tom Barnett, of Davenport, Mr. Homer Martin and Miss Ro-sl- e MtCreary's , Gov. to the Wife and I believe they are the best card Taylor were married at the Ky Is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Mary Democrats .of Kentucky, In hich made," Excellent for stomach, livhome of the bride's parents, Mr. he d'tclareg for Speaker Champ er or kidney troubles. 25c at James Barnett, this week. Revs. A. B. Gardner, James Jar-nag- and Mrs. C. C, Taylor, Saturday evClark for President, does not InH. Williams. m and C. D. Chick, of this place, ening by Rev. A. B. Gardner. t dicate that be is so strong for an For Sale Town property, vacant and Rev. Birch Shield's Rockport, Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Massie and delegation to Baltiunlnstructed y dwelling. leave this evening for Oklahoma son Noel, of Union Grove, spent more as has been generally suppos- iota, cottages and A. C, YEISER & CO., City, to attend the Southern BaptUt Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Albert ed. He says the counties can InHartford, Ky. Convention which convenes there. Taylor. struct their delegates if they see Mr. H. Mayfield and son Armet, Mr. Ike Foster, who has lately fit, and that if instructions are giv- Subscribe for The Herald. SI a year. been In the hotel business in Cen- made a business trip to Owensboro en by the District and State Contral City, was on our streets recent-'- y Friday. tentions, he will abide by them. shaking hands with old friends. f And thlH 1b just what bliould and BARHETT'S FERRY. 4e tells us he will engage' In the no doubt will be done. We have May 13. Mr. L. Barrett Is still botel business In Owensboro in the never quite bellered that Gov, on the sick list. near future. waB In favor of anything Mr. Esley Blacklock and family only letting the voters do as they visited relatives near Huff's Creek, rilKY WILL HE TAUGHT please. TO HEAD NEWSPAPERS Saturday and Sunday. Miss Amy Douglas took the exIt may be we are a little dense, a little uncomprehending or someThe following Is an editorial amination for common school dithing else along those lines, but And you would like long from the Hale (Mo.) Hustler. Any- ploma, held at Fordsvllle, Friday we cannot possibly see bow a man hair? Rich, heavy hair? one who has associated with high and Saturday. Mr. Jake Smith went ' to Hartcan be strongly for either of the Beautiful, luxuriant hair? school pupils, even graduates of high schools and colleges,'' must ford Democratic candidates for the That Is perfectly natural, and Mr. Tv W. Is having have observed Presidential nomination and yet be we Ignorant! many are here to help you. of them are of how greatest2 source addition built Barrett residence. an to bis In favor of Kentucky Bending an that Ayer's Hair Vigor is a great of general information the news Sunday School has been organto Baltiunlnstructed delegation ized ai Oak Grove church: aid to nature in producing paper: The Hustler says: : more. The two positions do not Several farmers of this vicinity "A course about which the public serm to agree In any sense just tne kind of hair you dethere Is an open contradiction exsire. Po not be afraid to knows little or nothing, but :whlch 'are setting tobacco,, 'although but has bearing on thei educa- very little corn has beea planted. pressed. A man who is Id favor of use No danger of its col- tion a greatpupil has lately beea e& Mr. VV, II. Foremaa'-h- as of the a thing Is ububUv for it with full traded In the New York' high his eorrel mare to Charles Martin tabllshed heart and against anything else oring your hair. The ingrealong that lino. Tho usual plan Is, dients are all given on each schools. The purpose of thlr'courso for a gray horse, so that' each now when you are for a 'man, to name label, thus enabling your Is to teach the7 pupils to real the has match teams. him and stick to ,him. doctor to wisely advise you newspapers. The course Is 'said to Holland Is the -- lafgesT consumer' meeting of Americas flour among the Euconcerning its use. Consult be "One of with great success. Mr. A. W. Carpenter, who styles the officials 'recently ropean continental nations. him freely. He knows. . himself "Tho Prohibition Crank," said: "There Is no rext-boafor . a " by th . O. ATBB, CO., Lyll. m this work and naturally cannot be SBTMcrlbe for The 'Hartford Herald.j in a lengthy article in the Stanford , Mr. Watterson has at last com-- 1 in a recent Issue of The Argo- mlued himself to the candidacy of ' saut. a magazine published at San Francfsco. CaL. appeared a de Ejaker Champ Clark. lightful rinrr rf rmintrr 1lf nt1 -. Vt Wflw sars nothing shrinks Lay Ro(J. 60 fast as ham. les. oae otner Along the "Way and at the End," ti&t burs thing the pocketboak Tula Pendleton Cummins, a for- the h&a. aier Hartford girl. who. after her are trt&ag right ' aarriage some years ago, carried Itamecr&tfc along with almost everything Taft -- er taleat as an authoress with her has of late jears beea a fre-eah other and Ho6teH sa.r tineat oentrlbutor to popular mag- nawnAurr . ppjrjH. unriiri ntilrtci rr 4im Wayo Joha, c son Camden and Judge Jere Sulll-b- y 1 an "ere in Frankfort for several hours, conferring with the Cover- tlnnc i The materiel for this 1b always as ire and uch nave "will be the newspapers. One ,doiie aad UUi trnAWf ELmiftj1111115 Jt las L.4B a i .v iruui uie wjji uuu read the newspapers intelligently. Is for Harmony and is Favor Of "The boys would usually open at the .sporting page and then read Instructions if Veters only the leadlines. The girls nerer read the papers at all. They nerer Want Saw. knew the most common events of dally happenings. Now one of the In a lengthy declaration' issued exercises Is for the classes lo deat Frankfort last Thursday,, Gov. cide each day what is the most Im McCreaiy comes out squarely for portant piece of news in the pa- Champ Clark, as his' choice 'for thej pers. Democratic nominaPresidential tion and pleads for harmony in the UIIIEO COHJTDERATE party-In-- J He said the counties could struct their delegates to the district IETS ELECT OFFICERS coaTeations if they saw fit, and de clared that if instruction was given by the district and State" conven- - Sixteca Tkoasaai Soldiers Of j icCfflU CUR fill I ODe, xn-fnt. 4 text-boo- ks a"3 if Listen ! you wyi JooK ounger and fedlyowgr if you wear our CLQTnCa penj, HjJr j a tbe OH SoHtb March In Review. ' abt , wifrt ittreit ees j nor regarding the political situa- -' tion. These mea are supporting Mr. Vaasaat for chairman of the State .committee, and their efforts . aaie been airectea towara nis lection by the State convention Ihiring the conferences that wre held, it was the general opinion ' that the the Governor ought to rt sue a statement of his position He said if he did so he would declare for Mr. Clark for President as his pergonal choice. There was no ob- Jeetioa offered to this, aad the statement of the Governor was is- j ..... ... 4 1 to-da- ls-a- as he feels; he feels To feel young and vigorous, to be able to do vigorous work, A man looks as old as old as he looks. -- come today and buy a brand nev suit of clothes. "down"-ca- Dressing -- "up" takes away the feeling. st utthr . Our clothing Is so "cast" that It fits and holds Its shape. This is why ve shall eok have your trade when you once buy a suit from us. Ve make money for ourselves by selling clothing at money-savi- ng prices to you. Little profits makes our business big. Trans-Mississip- pi depart-Schroete- to-da- at iyrtd, at caa-dUat- es ' ht nine-month- CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. ' ' ss Hartford, Kentucky. 1 u ' nt ' --- be-tlo- w J DRESS GOODS Our stock of Piece Goods of every description for Waists "and Dresses never was more complete. Wool Serges in a great range of colors and grades. Fancy Mixtures for Skirts and Full . to-da- A-.- B. n, SuitS. y Crashes and Linens of every description. White Goods and Goods in all the new fabrics and designs. Printed Wash ln two-stor- You Don't Need To Worry about what to buy and how to make it up, it you come here. We know hnwV itsdoneandwell'giveyouall the necessary information. We will not only ' give you trje best goods for your money, but will give you a service thafrwill relieve you of quite a lot of worry. ...?;, i i. w: ., : ,' ry Want Long Hair? to-da- y. hesitate to command us and useus' to your " own personal advantage. i " Make this store your store and don't it tt E.P.Barnes&$i0, DEAYEK UAM. DC A -- nj 1 AmT - . ''VttO5J M mwn 2K K-- 4 : V? r!L --" - . . f- - ' 'L&--L t . iu. , ym HUF'V 'J5HJ(5j MAY BUSINESS WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1012, . ''l T ' ! wM"' "H- '- THE HARTFORD HERALD O O LOCAL NEWS AND PERSONAL POINTS O O "U.R FIVK d, ooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooo Beans at U. S. Carson's 8 c. Thomas, E. P. Thomas, E. E. Blrk-heaJames Lyons, E. P. Moore and Rethel Duke spent Sunday at the fishing party's camp. Cultivator, Seed Potatoes at IT. S. Carson's. New Curtain Scrims, 10c. BARNARD & CO. Mrs. J. W. Ford, Union street, Is on the sick list. Ask Barnard & Co. for the new Colgate Talc Eclat. Llnweavo will please y"ou. Only at Barnard & Co's. Reduced prices on Millinery at Barnard & Co's. Don't darn buy WunderhosS only at Barnard & Co's. When you need p Disc Harrow, Com Drill or Plow all kinds Range, Cook Stove or New Perfection Oil Stove call on S. L. King, Hartford, and be supplied at a bargain. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Williams at- BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder tiade from Royal Grape Cream of artar ROYAL (a w That's what we're after. We are aware of the fact that it is a very important month to all housekeepers spring cleaning, you know hence we have made special preparations to supply you with ' DRUGGETS 4 and RUGS, (4-FLOOR OIL CLOTH WINDOW SHADES LACE CURTAINS Curtain Poles, Extension Brackets, 4, ' NEW MATTING 6-8-4- .) Curtain Swisses in fact, everything and ornament your home. Come direct to us and we will help you out of your troubles. Do this, please, and remember that that would be useful to you with a House that Saves FAIR & CO., You Money! It Pays to Trade The Fair Dealers. THE HOME 111 PROVE Try These Canned Corn. Canned Peas. Canned Tomatoes. Green String Canned Beans. Cannned Lima Beans. Canned Succotash. ..Canned Asparagus Tips. Canned Mushrooms. Canned Beets. . of Quality Groceries WE ARE Insistently Insistent On the Qualityi of The Goods We Purchase, , ; And Particularly Particular In Our Dealings With Our. Patrons. IT! They'll Please: Canned Peaches. Canned Apricots. Canned Red Raspberries. Canned White Cherries. Canned Apples. Canned Pineapples. Apple Butter. Strawberry Preserves. Red Raspberry Preserves. k AND MEAT MARKET KENTUCKY. HARTFORD, -:-- :- ILER'S GROCERY ''AUTOMOBILE flip ir3 TRANSFER! totem, J .rjartforif lo Beaver Dam aod Splendid car meets all trains. A fast and easy ride. Telephony or call at our stable wnen you ' wariY to Ifenve or have relatives, coming. . w v ', UiEXagSS&r? iiwht""!" . f Ja SHiRXHORD, KENTUCKY. ' S( tended the marriage of Miss Sadlo Henry to Rev. Orlando C, Craig, which occurred at Madlsonvllle yesNO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE terday morning at 9 a. m., Rev. R. H. Hlgglns officiating. There will be a stereoptlcon lecture at Mt. Mjarlah church, near judgment against the petitioner for Taffy, on the nights of May 22 and KENTUCKY CROPS ARE $200 in 1903. acock Is a married man anof 23, for the benefit of the Methodist church. The same entertainment has a large family. He asks for all h? exemptions that are allowed While It lasts, "Bed Rock" 30c will be at Beech Valley on May 20 him urde- - the bankruptcy laws. Coffee for 25c cash at U.S. Carson's. and 21. Decreased Acreage of Wheat At the Republican pow-woQuick sales and small profits Is here Awstcd I'ir Xonstipjiort. my motto. Call and be convinced. Saturday, Mr. R. B. Martin was Alfred Shook Malncs, of Central and But Little Corn Has elected to succeed himself as chairS. L. KING. Cicy, was arrested and brought to man of the county committee. He Been Planted. Hartford IrU Saturday and lodged Mt. W. F. Smith, Horton, was a or r Jill, cfcrrsod with pleasant caller at The Herald office had opposition and a stiff fight, but he also had a bunch of proxies to Frankfoit, Kj., May 1?.. The Hl-- w"" nn-- thr'e chlldier, Carrie Friday. back him. Department of Agriculture .Mnlnes, Mnle Maine and Donnlt-Mr.ine- s. Statu Mattings, Shades, Scrim and Curfollowing crop bulleMrs. Karl Anderson tain Pole Headquarters at Barnard from Louisville with has returned has Issued the The thre children wre brought her little son tin: & Co's. Ernest W., who was operated on "The crop report for May, ren- to Hartford Monday in company Mr. Alfred Nance, of McHenry, for an affection of the head, and dered as the conditions existing with their mother, Mary Francis was the guest of relatives In Hart- also had tonsils and ndnolds re- May 1, shows a decreased acreage Mnines, by Deputy Pverlff S. Cv ford last week. moved. The little fellow is some- of wheat oilglnally sown In Kon- - Ileivn, and wore taken bafore turky last fall, 01.4 per cont. of av-- 1 Courtv Judi'o R. U. Weeing, who Mr. J. L. Hlmes, Hartford, Route what Improved. erae cop. TMs spring there Iirs on tho coi'?ent of the mother, or-d'- rd 4, was a pleasant caller at The Herwho has been abandoned T.G psr cont of t..U Mr. E. M. Woodward, them taken to ths Kentucky ald office Thursday. , been spending the past few weeks original Socl-tvLouis-lll- e. aerufige, leaing S3.S per Children's. with his wife, who is in the Dr. E. cent, of an average crop In acreage, U. S. Carson and sons, JoMrs. Ky. T children wre kept seph and William, spent a few days W. Patterson Sanitarium, Dawson condition ot which Is 70 par cent. at Jailer Midkiff's residence until Springs, returned home Monday. In Owensboro last week. aftewoon, when they per tent.; ycaterdaj Conultio'i of rye, Their many friends will be pleased barley, 72.0 per ie.it.; oats iS.C wr ronvpvcd to the Home ar now at BarNew Wunderhose to know Mrs. Woodward Is ;ur cent. Louisville bv Deputv Sheriff S. O. & Co's. Four pairs guaran- very much that nard Improved. ' Tlwio hae let-.Valines' trial v.Kl b call4mt Httln corn Ktown. teed four months, $1.00. planted, and only "1.1 per cnt. of ed later on this week. Miss Alice R. Hullng, demonstraMrs. Mont McKlnnoy, of McHen"wUijbl ry, gave The Herald a pleasant call tor- for the New' Perfection Blub iTo "plowing; "a 'greafitel of ryit.il.vo. Flame Oil Stove, has furnished was done Ia3t fall. Is reported. The Mav l" Mrs. J. M. Everly, afwhile In Hartford Saturday. insome most delicious lunches nt S. L. unusual amount of rainfall brs ter spending several days with her Hacket's Gape Cure kills the King's, the hardware man, during terfered mate'lally wltn the ov!np worms as well as the Germs. For the past two days. If you have not of oats and, with the plowing of brothers, Messrs. C. G. and Frank KimMey, of Krouos, has returned sale by Ohio County Drug Co. 20tf called and witnessed the cooking corn. The Indicated acreage of home. Mrs. F. L. Felix went to Louis- on this stove, you should do so to- corn shows an unusually large crop Mrs. Charlls (Inrrett an'i childweb planned, but whether weather ren, of Nelson, ville Monday where she will spend day. vinited relatives conditions will permit this, Is yet to hfre Inst week. a few days with relatives and Mr. Isaac Foster and wife came be determined. friends. Miss Ora Milliner, of Llvormore, from Centertown to Hartford yes"The Indicated acreage of dark Don't forget to visit the Ohio terday to pack their household tobacco is 9S.2 per cent., and the Is visiting her mother, Mrs. I. of this place. County Drug Co.'s store and ask goods preparatory to moving to Ow- Uurley acreage Is 90 per cent. ConMiss Nora Helsley is visitlnn relWeek." It will ensboro, where they will run a ho- dition of tobacco beds In dark disabout "Brlghten-u- p pay you. tel and boarding house. They have trict is given as 93. G per cent., and atives near Prentiss, this week. Miss Ethel Robertson, of Pond In this busiof beds for Burley tobacco 92.7 per Run, visited her aunt, Mrs. M actio Messrs. Henry T. Felix, Olaton, had much experience ness and will no doubt succeed in cent. and S. O. Fogle, Prentls, were Wood, recently. "Practically all. fruit Is killed In pleasant callers at The Herald of- their new location. Mr. J. H. Wood was in Owens Corno Horse and Mule Feed Is some sections of Kentucky, while boro last week on the Federal fice yesterday. pure. In other portions an average condi- grand jury. absolutely Week of May 20th Is planned for guaranteed to be rotten grain, dirt, screen- - tion Is reported; Apples, 8G.6 per "Brlghten-u- p Miss Ida Lambert, who has beeo Week" at Ohio Coun- Freefrom any wortmess material. cent.; peaches, S.'i.l per cent.: .attending school nt Hartford, ty Drug Co.'s store. Paints, etc., at ingEL, or Cheaper than oats or corn, and plums, 83.5 per cent.;cherrles, 81.1 a fow days with friends here a big bargain. last grapes, S9.1 per cent. good substitute for hay when fed per cent.; week. A. D. Park, Rockport, spent plentifully. Dr. of the strawberry The condition Sold by Misbes Athel and Amy Wood are the day with his mother, Mrs. Dul- -' crop is 90.3 per cent. Condition of visiting W. E. ELLIS, their nunt, Mrs. Albert beley Park, who Is very ill at her reslivo stock Is reported as hardly Produce Merchant, Patterson, of Prentiss. idence on Clay street. Grass coning up to the average. Hartford, Ky. 19t4 Miss Lena Hudson, of Llvermore-- , ditions are unusually good. The visited friends here Inst week. Whlppoorwlll Peas and Stock Hartford, Mr. W. H. Cundlff, Millet1 best Route G, was a plea'sant caller on loss from hog cholera for the last German Tennessee For Snle. qualities on market for sale by W. Monday last at The Herald sanc- twelve months is 7.3 per cent. House and lot In Hartford, cen"The flooded district of Ken19t4 tum. Mr. Cundlff, who is one of E. Ellis, the produce man. tucky hns brought down the gener- trally located, at a bargain. A fa: Messrs. H. N. Elliott, Rockport; The Herald's contributors, and also al average of all crops more or less, good work horse. soldier, was in Ceralvo; J. W. an Roscoe Williams, as many fields of wheat and oats 19tf SETH MOSELET. Robertson, East Hartford, gave The Hartford for the purpose of apply were reported as being i entirely We ing for a pension for himself. Herald pleasant calls Saturday. flood condi- DIRECT ELECTION U. S. In this matter, ruined as the result of wish him success SENATORS NEARER ."UNC" In many sections rain has tions, We will pay cash for Ginseng, and also a long and useful life. Mayapple must interfereel with the planting of garYellow Root and Quite a violent wind and rain dens, and some reports show no poWashington.May 13. The Hboac-to-dbe well dried and Ginseng not split Hartford and some tatoes planted yet, while the report adopted, by a vote of 22T to & SON storm visited strung. W. H. MOORE or sections of Ohio county Saturday for the State Is 82.7 per cent for 39, the joint resolution providing Siipt. Henry Leach Is In Frank- evening and did considerable dam potato acreage. for an amendment to the Constfcu fort this week attending the State age, though nothing of a very se"The June crop will show the to- tion to permit the direct election of meeting of county school superin- rious nature has been reported. It has alacreage of corn, oats and pota United States Senators. tendents, called to explain the new Trees and chimneys were blown tal toes, and no effort has been made ready passed the. Senate and nowr school law. down in various places, but the full to obtain the total acreage of these goes to tho President. All that reMiss Mabel Jasper has taken the force of the storm seemed to have crops, owing to the lateness of the mains Is the formal signing of the position of bookkeeper in Urn First been well spent before It reached season." Instrument and the Issuance' of a. proclamation to the States to sigNational Bank, filling the position here. For Sale, Cheap. nify their wishes on the proposed of Miss Hettle Riley, who has been has reOwing to the ban that Tho stock of the Hartford Drug change. The question was first taquarantined. cently been put upon public gatherCo. has been moved to the office of ken up by Congress in 1S9G. Mr. John Daniel has added a ings in Hartford by the Board of (tho old jail buildsplendid Otto gas- Health, which will not expire for Dr. E. W. Ford When your food does not flfsei In engine to his already well a week yet, the regular May ex- ing) nnd Is for Immediate sale, oline whole or In part. The stock con- well and you feel "blue," tired anrJ equipped blacksmith shop. It will amination of teachers will be held Standard Drugs, Patents, discouraged, you should use a litbe used to drive his corn mill. at Beaver Dam next Friday and sists of Articles, Notions and fix- tle HERRING at bedtime. It opens Toilet as the bowels, purifies the system and When in need of anything usual- Saturday, Instead of Hartford, tures. ly kepi In any hardware heretofore. Supt. Henry Leach has Parties owing the nbove firm restores a fine feeling of health and store, remember I can save you asked us to make this announce- will please call and make settle- energy. Price SOc. Sold by Ilart- -i money on each and every purchase. ment, so that all may abide by it. 1912 ford Drug Co., Hartford, Ky., Don ment. ovan & Co., Beaver Dam, Ky. S. L. KING. m Dr. Herrlck Johnson, wife nnd sister-in-laThe Storm nt Ycanmn. Mrs. Ella D. Boone, You would be surprised to sec Yeaman, Ky., May 11, 1912. what useful articles can be had In ofM'hlladelphia, Penn., will arrlvo y they will we had where Editors Herald: In Louisville the 10c department of S. L. King's family of Mr. J. quite a hard rain and wind storm, Step in visit the Hardware Store, Hartford. H. Wallace and other friends and which did considerable damage ft and Bee for yourself. relatives for a few doys.after which orchards and fences. Tandy Lan-druWhen you contemplate buying they will make an extended visit to lost a roof from a corn crib Hardware, Farming Implements of relatives and friends In Greenville and barn. any kind, remember I can save you and Hartford, Ky. Dr. Johnson S. L. KING, money. Will nlso attend tho General Assem- BANKRUPTCY PETITION -- KY Hartford, Ky. OHIO COUNTY MAN bly of tho Presbyterian Churches, Duke-hurs- t, U. S. A which convenes In Louis-vl'L- e Miss Elizabeth Jones, of In bankA voluntary petition is spending this weelf with ruptcy has been filed in the federal Beaver Dam, Miss 011a Thomas, t It hUKPboon reported that Judge by and attending the closing exercises John B. Wilson has smallpox on ac- Clerk's office at Owensbdro & of tho West Kentucky Seminary, count of; being quarantined . with James H. Glasscock, of Olaton, Ohjo county, In which the petitionCorno Chicken and Hen Feed, the his little son John Allen, who was er places his liabilities at $3,272.-5- 8 General Dealers in Gioceries. most economical feed for your stricken with the disease several and states that his assets bnt-sucis not the case. poultry, - More eggs. Less cost. weeks ago, Queensware, Hardware, Har and will soon amount to only about $175, the The llttlfciboy.Is-wel- l W. E. ELLIB, Sold by greater part of which is his house- ness, Stoves, Ranges, Oil be out, when the quarantine will Produce Merchant, be lifted. There have been only hold and .kitchen furniture. Stoves, Farming Implements Hartford, Ky. 19t4 The petitioner was engaged in pew cases of this alloged small-Messrs! John T. ' Mooro, W. S, two business 'several years ago and it and ITepairs of all kinds. pox since our last issue, which are Tlnsley, Judgo J, Si Glenn, Dr. J. was at that time the indebtedness Dr. Riley's little son and Miss Ruth R. Pirtle, T, H. Black, A. p. White Riley,- daughter of Mr. John C. was Incurred, Most of tho crediand B. G. Barrasa have spent the Rljey. Both residences have been tors are Leltchfletd, Hardinsburg or past week at' Grassy, a few. miles L)uiBvlllo'peoplo or firms, but one quarantined. west ,of.,Hartfprd,- .fishing., Messrs. of the tpre,d! tore is J', wl MoCulloch, J, C. Subscribe for The Hartford Herald. of Owensboro, who was granted a J. ;W Ford,' Rbwan'-Holbroow non-suppo- rt j sp-eway te To-da- Acme Binders., m Mowers and Rakes... For Sale on easy terms See Likens Acton 1 - LIKENS & ACTON Hartford,, Kentucky. rmirr JPAGE SIX. J. rt&- - rxJ :".'. mh-t- -- - Trrwr'-wVT1';!.- ' 'Wy1 r 44itin4(m r (AiTiHeaHABirFORD'HERALD j. y. w- .slu . jdtna., XVTdytth'fso'n:lptt J irumsma dWdaV;' 10i2. - a XJrUiiViVfiv st CcntraVfrbtllroafc . rj-- ZJ.urwiw ; ranidlv . r t r s" JTa- - &,rjy .iwn-hud- di a no, Illinois North'-BqtijQ.- bio at IIcTe;Tan1Ky, . . : V.yoija. uounifc 7T .re,' SES Ml!y&tr!!' if , v. over snaco3 let , , H ,s a rii 'C?l Pigsl-SH- 1 A t prusjier 'J.lif.lT BHyw1f,Y8flu' wun om 6;'cotoipetj No o iJKni.'aiiu'Buii. Yards SfKh can be fAM? i" 14.J JJL. iiiu yri-jyg- - It spreads ,baro by for .u DCC IN SOCIALIST ti j f("T Q scbsolUlely.O CoUipteaefi-daha- . tlonf IKyditfcatt. .iuuro I. I..- v ir her wood aa Wrked with Aleetinjj coi- trees lur "o icc 'ShaKRcbyjUUIofflcral HISTORV 'J)rt)to J moro- - wealth at Iridiatiapolis Soon ' ""isffoc i t n- tiHwr PflMl-H-f h?" XPaQ uWdortM I - llHf3"c WWhP aS'J'pU." ' pnasomq Ali;yiBf nfr'ar uo tnuuia iv w. am soning, makes It riuch used in virlous navel the fmanufactwA-- of ? - Will be Imrrtrtant in Scveral'jVViys, " ..sr- Jiirj7 ,FV wiwi -CClMES tMIMVtWTKhSUX Iz-it- tuM-lKCI' en B aWfJr Oil I UJA C?FT Ftm CX1P , Which Started OverVsiX .3wit,Ijnff ,., f t (Clark Trivial Matter? Is going ahead so fast who h in MRlNWAn wTrfeSrfa I JbViinpU aft! Intention of tho gathering. in the the leaders of .the party to ally the 'Wednesday organization, closely, with theBAmeN i'M'ilWclJireB f6r Ipan. Federation, of Labor and to la- nrH'for v I'resi- - "bel, "that' party.' more 'pointedly ..asa; band-wago- ?KK IndlanappJIs, lnd.Iax-9Plans of a gp.clallst wprHerajJr'lridlaiapo-- f Jla fp.r.thfl qoxtPBocjaJIst conven-t,lon- L . ' 'whether tho peopltfi belff Vyarried'lflfyHevai5easft,; wllpiorralt ,, , v, It to go onn.i .A Ifefi-in-'. fouVfttfbHtUgrtma. 65f"R nsr w : mriXk anW (ttferjithlnk 'Memf ,to to Wipe .C.V..11. jlu AU.2.A i UaA wahk'.iiu .. ;fil. than 30,005;pOO ts ni-X?) Americart":;ltlzc4f i W BwpSoV .1 iJ, vtis',3, ilbV, .JLvHsKifl abjnqd. It J.s almost urtUelievSfaiiHSSte'j. , thaL' such' a state of affalfi could. ixxsam ' Thoi "iflangi 'Hm xlst in' 'ft MfiTAa bcO (aoiuallyiO Ccdlitrol Govoirntjjpnt re-- J oil H jj 1 "rep-uhllr- t' Ixcsratc; JBr PBc I'Kl'' OJti'AVOfT. 1 jr r"T'Fr'y '.( f J ::.: OnEjOXHNiXQ TOWN Afb SUFFfatED o)VJf I oACdiDENT ' foreshadows 3thetfact thaf at n COST LIVES OF i.. 300, wUih3veto"ntfrryttdgetQn. want that- - those to keep up wlUi the mu-Si- b r ! And Made Many Widows and Orphans Led to Ben- - ficial Results. .VK FItKRDOM TO MILLIONS. The Crimean War, the story of which tills so large a space .In European history, was brought to a close by the treaty of Paris, fifty-si- x years ago. This famous clash of the nations, which came near bankrupting Russia and which cost France nr.d England Ave hundred millions of dollars between them, and which resulted in the destruction of the the lives of three hundred thousand men, to say nothing of the widows and grph'iins-tli- at "vere mad by It, originated in the squabbles of a lot of monks over the ppssesslon of certain "holy places" In Palestine. The Porte favored now the Greek and now the Latin monks, but it was finally agreed that the Greek monks should have control of the holy places though certain concessions were to be extended to the Latins. Tho Porte, however, not caring about the matter one way or the other, failed to. carry out the agreement, and the petty quarrel still wont on- - From this trivial cause grew the. groat Crimean War. ' When Nicholas, as head pf the Greek Church, look up the cause of the Greek' monk'B, Louis Napoleon declared himself' the champion of the Latin monks, and England sided with France, In the meantime, Turkey, exasperated by Russia, declared war and the ball was opened. nor France Neither England roally "cared : the toss of a penny for the monkish 'contentions over tho holy places, but both of, thoso nations' disliked the' Idea of Russia's planting herself at Constanti. 1.- Tnople. " The 'beautiful city' by' the .Golden", Horn, witty its proud historic, prea- nd; fitter BttI1" J18': . obvious that: dVenthy,"CoUi'lerbirnal .se.es It, QuUp fpU ?go we 'susplcloned! that 'it 'would be so, and Intimated is much. But we didn't actually ind' irrevocably commit ourselves. The Old Lady at the Corner Is a bit jotiony, and when she travel's, 'she to look' likes to be comfortable, about her, and to take her time, to see her 'things' nboaVd; and, then, with dignity to gather her skirts, spread her fan Mft her umbrella, and ride like a lady! "Isn't she a daisy, boys? Ypt, truth to say, she Is not as young as. she was. Besides a stitch In the back and a misery in the chest, she has been forced to limp In tbeurear so long that she feels a llttle.stiff-nes- s in her Jlnts, and it comes, kin-- ; der hard to be spry and lively, catching up with the procession. It may be that she doesn't quite real lie that "her loml --and lovely 'daiigh- -' ' Goddess, has ter. the Star-eye- d come home to the parent roof-treand come back to" stay; that-thband Is playing her own dear rag time mtiBlc, 'A Tariff for Revenue Only,' with Champ Clark w'avlng the tattered but glorious old flag that waved over Carlisle, Brecken-ridg- e and Lindsay In days that, though gone, can never bo gorgot-te. e, n. "This(,mAich,sisp , o- - "Nevertheless, ribe will get, there, or bust! Give her H lift, Owsley! 'Hope' the old girl, Ollie!! , The Demons of the Swamp" Are 'mosqUItoes. Asthey sting, they put deadly malaria- germs In! the blood. Then follow the "Icy .chills and the fires of fever-- " Tho appetite flies and the strength, fail; also malaria often paves the way typhoid. But Electric for deadly Bitters kill and cast out the malaria germs from' the blood; give you a fine 'appetite and renew your strengthi "After long ' Buffering,"! wrotd. Wm; Fretwell,- - of Lucaroa,, Ni Oi, ''three bottles- drove Jl ..tho miliaria from ray System, and., ,1'vq, tfonfe had ' good health evei since-'--'. Best I11UIII ' liver-- ahd0kldiey for1' nlf stomach, - theso 1m kit&iicnj, Whennalltthe1lPl4'wsVerro gplrfg and LHa."J)l0( d. nuriflea nnd rmln(a, lli the torpfif no horse c5ul'd bettipartfd' frV"m the jMMpvSn thus, overhauled, therels an bowels. A; I Ueld "J&JSJii, and, ,hls nWjihbor, jptliP eiurns, aiffesiion is eooa, tb lrameaiaDo:: impipTWBBni.' spirits rlVet tholWlMtlW if 'Bloor ly forebodings and everything--hlcRIrs iAfi9lo, ,qf ,thoJ,poirr.ett'i5' creek mi ans. sound. hesIUiv coniunw. looks brikh itnM;aM?foA PA' to come ifj" town. A . dijclaratfon. (At Congressman nelghborhoodr-Iia- d MU'VkXv'.ii everywh' VIhr, ITOK.E -T Ti Cnljkd Jule "Jacltsoji,' djri ,cortfentlon at'JWashlngton "Victor t. Bcrger' :;: JSOc pi Bottle. tli'ey" felt" they mustif ride. rfay; (MeMcrtM that tha convention "will "be" rr. uwic riirt JMKS ' I. T .TT" "fiV-rn-.ithe greatest .evfenf'fh the hlstorynot Horses hbeitiB'.out iupstIonVf each halter.ed, HnC saddled van yx, Mr. To Et or Weak Sfskt. q the Socialise partyilbrlirgs carefully , carrying q mar somdof the things he iiarty Kdfis1 -- :.' teijifdozenl ketT ft basket ohaln to nccomlillBh'- - t(tthecOnVbntlon. ., ISqlpAwsI TiwHiijtiyi . .. ml .... -v f..jHbirArjw-unM Many Sola!lstBt'J Including, M,rt fW'-- trty. BenO'-morhjub uli, f)onovnn & Co., Beaver Dam, Ky. Hartfonlv Dnig Co., Hafttoixl, Ky.i Be'rger.'hope'-tthan one were wiiiiiu a uui;urcft twliow'o ll-l..w.. uiawuuiuuig mnmbfir of the tfartvJ' to the next flinlf. illamnilnflnir tilnna .. .v. ,v ..,,- i 'i "It '.j',f wbrlicr's',' tle'towii Jlog' peVkeil up lilB ears' was, found , claspedi In tip chubbj Congnss(J and jtfie; .tP.arty r'nji Into'? at the' 'UhtisUai' sight, and' tljererore,. are , qcter.mfnetl fi8 dflan lrifa'nrd'dightsJof one ol I a platform, that ,ylH, Interest every the street, barking with a' f)erceneJ yr itn 'lit;ti.if) ,: loili.i ( i0 'tn'e'guesls;' tlie' child haying been man w'bo labors, for ..wage, or. fllary equal ta,hbi sprnrljor.yhls was too O The Herald's SpccloKSloctloiV'9 atractod by tho large gjjjtl seal Oi .beast w,hjch 'parried O O Atlantic':-Citonlyto'dnn mu,qh 'fqr-:ithG ili.sJtxi Ihtfifocument. It Isf thelrt;purposfi-.not- , Tel bePhiladelphia". VPublh but the farmer, Mr. Arms and torest SOMETI MiyMMBWHpHJvYT VfrWtf.fto g froin teHget whose Interest, ,wJH, lie, looke; after. gan to lee (ioVn ' the'dog ';a.nd to l rush'' wildly the' st.rejtf in the piatrorm.- KnaSscredQydfc. the JrajAyotTr I( t lt'i.evqriun-,6xed- : - Costs Xotlilnu: ', th'Mde. ' The evident1' Intention ito carry g f lie bas'ket, anji" scatrIrjs'iByron Tliat's tha kind of the party tenets forward as a marked-lab- It did llTYiV-- , ffrt r in Vinml T Ihk,.! t. J orer , organization In conjunc- tered ibroken shells. and tji&fmeat ,v ., nf rfVl2rV m.im iikuh T eggs. until nil' but on&Idozen Does re.arsi11 fsTttfrtiefiln'-trfTlhi- r: nis wne ;tp go anul tion With the 'A. F.'!6r L., Is expected of the iilKbftedcii HI hats? to add strength by making were brokori. j :Luckily there'"" was .5, partInj,T.rw A TCIT ''. y aear, nnve I eve And th&li'ida'liiaiii.'.v'alh.tlieseio'ili'r.vWyron friends with organized labor ,ofr thp no further amagj. done-(Jepmed . you of ythe privilege falllncr ianra? continent; Socialist- ' leaders, deny '" '"To Ue'Trtistl'd'." Cr. ' permit! that1'' they will vigorously qlft'f ladyi "Excuse me' Said- dhe' your prayer; themselves to ,,bQA absorbed by the as B.he enteredtherdifiip. store "but ,6rga,nlzatjpn' Hjipwa, jib .the 'indusaro );ou .a registered, jiharfiiaclst?" you snail Jiayivjiypuinuesire some-f- r trial "Wp.rkers of fhq World, pbiht-- 1 r.'.'jCortaln.b!' ,,. ma'am," driBWered PEOPLE N time, somewnere. llnED Ing, out that tho ppUcqs pf that par--t- y the clerk.. "'.J ,, ,, diiIjv .'i j ,i: .rrrrrr are. .opposed Jo political 'activity. . MA-"T6u 0haVp a' "diploma, .' sun- r .. .1 .... a3.. XB KJ ii. L . ...... , lllrfll' ..liu urfa tnft .VAnAn Soifle of thq,, Socialists, however,, pose. . ,x , v Remedy believe that thel.pafy should ion "' ::i. .V S (tT.I8lonetlfln1pt.e1.FaU.el's( uraancnnpn rv iTu."LnM ai t irnnn iM trpl the labor .situation and that.lt ' iVHowTohg lfavef you' beopvih tlr!)K 'Um'ellwkySBO1 ThAownXnH rtoSnl can be done by defeating, and carryjJ uusinessr.r . . 4, .. JUlliatbaithiuEilJBoilifUAfdly liragarouJ .' VBInfe',) tin. ... ... .. Ink away tho Fderatlon s strength, i.'( "About ten years."'- t ". PPPewo,yajoar ana--- couia naj ;heart?wtQ 7o3urgnt.Jl-,watoyoujThis spirit may cause some 'resent"Well, I guess you' arbiali:;rlghH uiucicuv aw ment on the pftrt'o'f the Federation GJyo iCaiiea.v.iQUicakwithout Deucut. 1 wa met)a qpupe of, pstagd starapt?,: as ft body. dvlsed to trv touj co4:: liver anl jPle.as,e," Patlitlnder. , , Sien, dt gobJtonig. VUKd.JSnS I am so gladi "JI nnnottfj VOTEHS OK THE, STATE rrHit.IfnntlRimhlrria rf Tioartfr --- "1 What 'hlfAVm 'Dff -l rlnVepIrA, V? r 1 XI"-WTri- commencea I Bleep NOT AIU'HQVK OF PLAN soon a A cat at Ashland"w'as"w'atCT61ng sounaij to nnn T fnnl. WV.VD, wtaIT UMfr tnAra ' olrnnc .... nnil MttU ' rr"-T"- S I "- ,. ,,;,, hule.Tfqir a- - rat,t A. bootlegger-cam- e J .. J If The Jtlohmond Climax, .In. sneak a.lpng and iicared;)the cat'aw(?f!hSid;; ? uiifji uiibU) "shouli down or debilitated ing against ithef plaTx of sendjpgjm up taoin5,;soyr.i7rppp)a, Bis.oome or p2C?-i?JK.3lL.i4uatKoJUnol.aarlaL!i.K.cMl8broo 8io to uaiti- - Icoze, whlch,vbjploej.,and)'thC2?booi:e; untnstrjUCteq. uftietion wnouy aono. what Vlnol did for Mr. AUsbroo ,' L..uu L came .out and lick Ijhijjiarib6ganwhen ipore. says; flrsU-you- ro 'ww?; A" . .The Idea does .not. meet with 'the W Up'.BOraeor tne ihodze. -t tunen aebllltated person Inthla tfelnlty. Ti prayer was uttered. ,ot the vQfe,rs of .tbeBtale0 bristled "up and aald: 'J'NoW merc aprqval ftirnish tbfl And God will flnlsh wh( I km an Jfadisort ana,iseiTAera,!ii' seem Ts that biaihed, cat that was! hb do as tfl to.be the cqneensus ot opinion that for .ma?" I Ashland (kanl) botUe hlf X011Dlfl4l keep IMemncelis this State,sqnd totbe qtionAi .yon,-- ) per Ing there, 'Ill 'i f witnj ip.ru-- i ' .T. Hford, Ki verjton, tHiBslorVd&ijshQl Ttpo Hi E t(onB for one.ror the other fiti the' 1 lit Wl0KcWi.Ilol'JW' pain. Kvj ojiiBoniejcliBraurraMuain.u "AjWJ. trjen ,pip.ffly;a oeketB' pandldateB mentioned for, tills high 1 offlce. It ls-- a mistake for lany f ew yesterday ln the streets, Mit my UnQseAdBrW Faith ca dtotit "m ;ij AknnM i,1'mM'- - ' nitu v ..tu. n.lfl pioicuvcu UIUI. unanswered, i.iii lu aiicmiit lu uivvdi "DId"Ke',-,grapplwithT On, or. Dernocra'tl.c1, partyf wh'at!"". should Jie "' onajif'lhe. "trteht days ' 'recently, - .. riardmsb'urg, , . a A Medicine of Power in fMfWiordtirs: lntn (tin tMftm. lmnurltlp WKen Wpt Krf$fp 'rgihTdiilwo ody. Tho result la which h tho bloo fiitiitfoifc ifteik boweta lire Ky.l.JlIay V.. On tlonat pi PWlWVCi rrled on- - Impur'tlca e'jlnto !4bnfous tho kidneys weak aril, tho r'ebKli ated. Hcrblne clears otit alt ,'thiii !bbi tructed channels, strenhens thatjunc-Jao'- t, Nj .mw , ' ly r T i, 35T , iWl j.l'.i WtM-.M-,.M- e r'l !1 to-w- rue ' and-tlioiig- un-eg- i" "SlpharfieadedV,': .Til r-?-- i y ii,J t ""'i rr - s&2hmt&&iiim$&.& RUH-DQW- i )UnanpwtncU-j(t?!tlhoiithcjwheiiitydi- r-.-- I I . . lILtt ,W,,a..JiJii4.l,Wil 6-- W ' .- -j -- I0' ' SrMF' A . 'KfMu''C JL W -- J spilled..--ThB-TPt- i- MM.313T -- nii A SlfJ r S b i'n 'thlfe Willi r8pect.''",ft'multr UKlllKJKZl re- - 'jusYkre'dfi1 " a,l"T'r, r "NeltHfe'f? L11U Ilia'. fc50C (it- JUmos1 ' 21 i TltcWtufe, ivhen Russia, ana. Turkey began to fight, England and . Franco went In the Porte to keep the Slav 'away from 'tho - Bosporus. more They succeeded and than half a century aftor the close the "Sick of 'the great struggle, Wan" still looks' out upon the world from the hills' of tho '.City of Con- them. strategic Importance,.. was, tho real, objective poinjiwlth nil ofi , Chlldr.rt Cryu 'FOR FLETCHER'S --- .' A'H i -- m. Kenttickyii'rfd8:ihcl?llv6cei1 niJl UlCID Ul sUbUi'd-- .Br.. j, , fie:!h'eard r A JlV ". Ji.'i,.i r- fI'll) n ItH"fug(;'estlon. N- -, --S. ?..' Tliiiin?rnii"tinrVv hah'Jeded." tfh VmWnV flitM' 'flAr' fir (MlnJax: 'iff- m-- . YAr' n'nrt 'fco'pnnrt I ' "When i ,askedj our new; gfrl 1J she'cdiild do anything In the jlne ofputting ;ui veg'eta'bles,, she .replied.;. , (hti rnnn''xvhn rnri' riftv 'id jlofnrV1 a. ibv.Qjn'b.er' Ihe banner onhwhlchj Is Mnecribcd 'Irue JoffonlpnliprinTi nlMf&a ."tr tTioJ fHftlls Tf(luni IIttIav- sows i v''V V",I,,M v,l"'DP ' a ol) Wtfod or Har'nion f - IMShbjHidtiWeaitln'ouihJIipM taf'flra'.J li.i.aoorq bfcisH 1,1 dB U" tan fliaii'MVir WH l,W wasn't "thiHa." o i could,"She kjrevent roil aSilhfJ'y Hilnnninil munaer - the Rbck; She knows Omnlootencq- hasr heard - T.Your llUibaBaJI8a'yBfI!1(S r'yes, fldothu " dbrc"B"ie!u,aVd,lihel'H)man ads 1 3.!n uuuauuicui snocK. -- fl"ms 8heSS indtf ot ' l ia PV W& bnA or QULTR . , - .ftnOHfieTlmsomel35n-- r - i" BOURBON 23211 O "O klUU fir llVVerrlnJlYarl" s hhswer- - stantlne. -- ..u. i ) f , a m- ;' J. $, BOURBOMeOULTBY'CUflEHA But 'trivial as was tho cause 'of iLMjujj,oT J 'win jf) as the Crimean War; and disastrous Ooe makes 12 aalloi W medlcln consequences were the Immediate "riTi sAvw'hW HeSoMlbWsi 76f iftesUt.) Cafas'W the'slrnggle, It' led td some great of at the Z. Wilbur HtilillJ. lleaJ DamJ ThankB1,c.,jWhq5hJef(,wirten and beneficent results, especially U'R f rrkl0on I aicUcn: Ky. . or. lodges, churches nr Iq the bohest where such results were most need-- . shall dlvMlWr'and ftai'&?li'ii? n''' lininii ed In Russia. charge atTtbyiTfcte;5flQ centjPeji Tho war had exhausted the' re' sources of Russia and had given iinrv nnfifrv. vhfeti will bo one cent hfJl In that ., rise to great discontent 'Uhi'iworcfJlstl'ilihtiyhiB' VbI tne small- allay country, and It was mainly to that discontent that Alexander II. vV . thp reforms of which Introduced 1t the. emancipation of the serfs was SEQI5--rl I rrSnoH Si Ml hi A nr - ...,wf w. AUUUV- ww VW&uyHkthe most Important. ntd--- . rv Six . ,7 Cafenfoj and Repair Work 1 It wlUi Dy the edict of 1"85'8 more than ""r-words JL 'JLTiy WVKI1 and FLU. it APS twenty million peasanls""wero given every separate naurVTroadlng-and- ., .B(tri?rfTinj lUToinai luring personal freedom.. All peasants atLpIaj-HtoR?rinhraaiettep.potitB at infanoiBd ...Vainbl Hup. tached to the soil became free ciil- ' tlvWrs"', 'with" permanent ilk. a.' W.'tig'erala,- 14h f: wllU'ibUdn' bdgWatta ybvfwJM want a word. Tne neaamg ana me bir occupa "7, ..null ilned. j 7" "fi i. PUta tne news' accurately 'ana "'prnpnyrHia oley, Wj(Rr tion of part of .their jand, and the Fifth stTdef," OwdhsTidro;,' Ky.'J saytJi housework,, oonn Kdil'e .helped me wpnderfuUx.",. P0.1diby aJywWj 'OHBt alPJiPcstibJlBheo; Goyernranorgan(tedw' ijsystem oi "f wish to b&$ r ristaiiy. straight T jRJetry, loaWto" etfaolV fho serfs to free Pills are an "hoiit kViW All "obituary" 0 rjjfolSpr'rTiJnipaj.yl.iiBJnrt--nuyb y throjiKh.pno cnj ties wut" vi at once by becoming I was In a bad waVbef'oTO it'be'gah' aktV) myn1! themselves I t ! iha4x yaaaftfpjrd, ; xoVtoifJlTltf n their uflb!""I bag "backache flay1 'and' H ,nv mU?n which comeaOI,Yer r kJltrtr vJyti4hLvisurfHN9s nnm debtors to the (jf.atp.K 44 cm nod ol. It Is safe'tb say that 'this, ro;uld niRh"ahfl tfiiHUhby'Becfetl'ons aTwwTwnnsumntl v n in n w ' atVeh (mol,muhannoyancel.B f Wt 0 will- be of value toVoI? come, when It tifl Cm 'JthV:kr VhVt 'wasHrgnt but for Doan'a TCIdhev Pills and had hb'' ta- -' PTn6"Buppfeme"nttty"rt '6l'i.J hdw:nohe' as 50 VfM on by ffOTr t6WrwaTry,"ira"In Gd Slajiley . JflMI'ftttits ',1Tcb nttVfteif,' ? ?".iBUO"",B 't. , zlhQ quarrel8ot tha monka.-ove- r '.thp keti',riany bfcfdre 'I -. ,.?ty, UUftT ft nW SWe" Bouhdly.t JustJi itmdB-- i publlcprthoM's tHtr(3' u'fei seal " stprfei. ' Tiu mor, ' Iiev. holy places In Palestlnet .from anydisprdef of the STOHlCI, LIVE1 c I ' Ga. ft.R,,cir KtUniV" iW'Hftft"' eV lilt land tcayt mentfifflcera vand' directors dfflfe rJifr'vlhl,nnZr,jRi,I- - 01II l.L r "h0 B' &KWtyfa Phftagp ;fei-il.UlQ.iner-i'i 'tho'eadaches (! i UKTnKUllI'te iQr fihhralMftreUnntlTA u B""1 ,!)' il irn r ,. rrn i r bafck'ia' Bfroifg." , rat SteehiTro8Hf are' Dp bbo1ui o do'nH' that 19 lOJJMLOiUna in ' tlmehdr'yoh.'BWuld'BOlfcV fromheadacbeS 9 Th'i 'abbve' 'Sto'e'MeBt'MAslvori .'ncrtLAW. - nfrlT rAAvMiUlk nf At .... .f..r . -KSrERMAIIOJt-CJBEATF..- . JH ! Jlta r... H9tH' ti.f,..! MVVVkbAAU;'' Umii. MI. ."' ..VlLVKiW lWoVcenVbbttleof 5PEf BJPKS of yo 3&t8Hi,l8gao, ,bi'iv )AJruEB'ainmiTliFonoiiFE-TtMeeiJZpunjnen,--: Thai TUrWaeaUWeek --Worl I'BiVeg- ?ssEva Bch'eAen'Derg'' flrwMyotfRljTOBqffeaRddcm'tfel teral'd" was3" IntervMed Vni .Febrii- -' 1rtuallj')tieoMrbUdr.thi'ouBh .ilnter-f- . ulkr abacrIp1eM prtoel'.'lffl )nlyr$'if "'J jJit'Jia e-and of- -, eViyea3, MA this p&ysfed 1EW pa;1( .pfcMwreWfttat " HO cBBhlps,Da;il at Uast an brain, and tbd gretetorallr aad syfttip'erBJf 'WtfltooSer' this un'eq uniea Jrkjstit 4m Vim married ! the linmn of iSI?Pa'.SJSr-7R'fii,,?8tee nimnv mv yroiw living. It ipjabsolntel ax Wnlm&cB "&& 'fcMe.il "merlTeara tnwf.Itroet.i'r'anwiiyUJl eadr ass the newspiber and THE JHATt' rwiiD S) U','ni'iJrf1tWhOT1Uhp jnrJAas off narmima. lHohiTaintaMA iftl will nd ;ago. B'x15u,afe,,WlbeVB, toUfonnyf. .telegraph Incompanfeat owstsapshfp Iwwwi--wwarisasd tiud- - "aBfurb umpsTdeltcate .r?nfrnx1e:,ThJs.lsMfwhHlrc the MfflXKIfTP. together tfo bri 'thMWUBflaouple i pmto their stomAch. I " 'AyWAtlMha YntfA' fhXnftrtAV hli-cor WaWmeM iBHitiWS? fl d'l vuuztmaicfii'iuei'iargaiiiauuiii ywMphw I v.VF itti 'JjAl KWPK Ccents p iv "!i- . .I.4IX k Hir-.(- t. atll,fciealfers;v, VtMm U.L.IJ th'e' bo?'yale"iyy canoe LrccJcg-itJnrglgb- 'd Andreas ; iuttiuuuw,i ai'J'syiieas'wxui jio 1 .Iheiaeiailar .sMbMriptloft prfflf ;.n-M.i.- :n ftblBfeffaI6 Dan ifs ana TrMtLnrimnaslw. . an, a cottsterMjxYMJw fffN.llR &rrlSL.N6wYMk.N. Indians the material for' tjfe'lr fa- -' fenVi. FbsterlMlfh' j.7n i a. .fr I.JHI -6"IITorW,;,I''io'liB PlgeSU toroXha ,M..i..ni,ji, tlon. T'lttTualcan8nrfCPTiPtoihI&Wetf uiopaBrew iB..wuiiiweaitaienneHi;ii ""' vi aiifr The ceremony was delayed hfteen . aimn is . W ine toiai -.. ' J J .ft 1 -i- , 'I can can.' '' ' ;, ..,,, paper recejitiy' trans-- ' "My 'dear, tliat sounds as .If, she a .tvelve-pagII I'll flrnul,lntcy,the,lzel;anidap(earance was a French chorus girl." ,;, For. Sale, a aaijytljviipe rn,isnea in,cftn,-n,ecl- SlXtyiflTe'J 'tfcreB 'df Wlf In proved oi, with., thejiHarprd1 )(lfir,ald, land ilri n'oWgh hydf1 'b!dtt6h at only $1.35 for thej.jtuoj pancr., mlleaSWeiit ' dt"littrlrrd!'iF fur- THE BEST PROOF. This price stands good' on renowajs Wfer'pattlcUldrs.audreea iC,' :ihreVpf for 'Trie 'Heraltfi' TWd'fWeoldy En- - Tho Herald. " ' "" "- - i' 2tf Ohio County Citizens Cannot 'qulrer is an Ideal newspaper, con- talnlnir a Is especl'iliiy yuited to" the1 (fai'nilnk Doubt It. f.- -i' Ul.i-. IVli. ri ' Is' ctoalily "i loU Th$' Doan'a Kidney Pills (wore, lUsedtrp Bdssivd. ti price for a flot of goo'tf reading. T1i(!y brougTit' benefit'.' "' . ,!i Ill "ITTTf H ? story was told to: .Hartford J Irsi;.n.JiBrftnt,-LI1.15iPa:de- n The gfa Daily at, Practically ' ' residents. '...,,,,, Parkersbufg, W; Va., bad aji ,atta,ck " MhtV PrtceofaWeBiTyi Time has strengthened the ,evl of la grlpptfiwhlch ilefpiher bad .Tfld- ,f fi 111 Mil I t Vt I 1 U III donee. ruhle, ap Bhp Buffenjd rnutj. NdTotrJcr .rfey Has prcrven the result lijsti'ng." Newspaper in the Wond Gives inen f u ev.erCf p,apn, ani AacKae. We Icsdlmotfy Ys'from tHiB'loc'ai- ' so mucn avsoxowa irrca '' . iiii I sno n,earu ' (oi fpipjj ,lftvney riiiB pjj IX, L I itii'.. li.lt. ff Ji ''v , I y and'a '.'After Wdng (tHenVd '" nro'bf ronvltifcinW.'sliqrt Unaje.ihe' ifafa "leff, my bittc 1 .thtf greatlTWHldedtlal boMpaJg' e, iv... IVjmiItIv. nl n I nil' TVIl-nTh0 QiDfllnnl ,Veey. inquirer, . rnudtlyii fcot, ;innke3jihJmself ffpntottr Wei by xtheflreoandlnwalti to be Ut.h-oJ biiln-- i .p!"-'- ' - wlth O 000 0000 ocqo pj SPECIAL NOTICE UTTCgartrto" OrtTTTTATtTWri TlKSOTiTnrmNH uuri niir i n :'r sgjffiapfifflJSti o 9 a javBjNTS DIS down the throal bf a Eapld chicken, destro j.4 tbe wo: and f avei the call k'lllfe. -- tewarop in jhe drlnkld water core 1 ana OO OP.IOjiO'pJO.OiiQp op. OOOO or tne treatment ot white niirr eealnchlc1 ana imckyftgjayaflUjerflltfa). a turkeys , mm i:,xmkmm ' 11 - -- ''..'. ''""" , '. M WSlSKw frfiaHriNirM-nxfXjinn-- .'!.'"' - "'" & jhsi f l,.,Ji-Amia.jA- WR age; - mi.-ii 'th'anB cIitcholl-flk)oron--Aain::;Strect. ' .allaar . O.,o r iy. 1 J I HmvUAy 'warf1-greatl- B-.r- Citi i fJj ' iMf was loil jjWiLLi iTMl F'tv" an ! 1 flWgj ,td. mm$Lm&Pw e5aSBfitejRl vkr write o.,lflft, 's'nr -. - ., J. W irisll . ?iKH-c?.- a r ,.' milRn)NEYni5i WBOMMMIIM KIBMKVSAMB iido 'natlyexrsS,J31SS VMOIITMil dfl perfr4 Bao, finauy me LlilTn.MI, aocument 11 KIMMTIAMI ehAI tv, ' i:k Ppwpr.jTfyfyJW--1'-- 1 -- v.; i "' - 1 - .!, J",''.,-!- . !' -- V . iWiVfnf W execute1 bond with a6pryd sJjck poles, N.21 E. i24..poleet N. 32 ULlk .polek.W. 1ty. Imm edlately aftJrllsaik'J E. 15 pojes, .N, 42 E. 13 V4 W. 26 polfes' to tho:saIU "Old 4 at 67 thence-ifsairfe 3i' 82 Wifl MadlBonvIUe; Victoria Coal Com- - Ded"; . a IIT-lliii-i 5 Master Coramlssiqnr. x liffA polisi iN." 63 W. ,21 pdlesy.-ftn0.i B.' Wilson, Attorney? Ci l,WVUiUO VV lUU''UCjtUUIlt7 WU" l lfoall(IoIatWae, 'MmGrgl8ol AV'XW thlbVrigH'6 )aords,: more orr less. :iBel i j. .if IU 'TI-Q-CnnjU'TiVio moM mil1 I hnrinii I ! iMswrSFwffnra- - mw'wtt8' Ink) same land", .'convoyed to Edgar ' ' blaster Comiiilssionet's Sale. Boohm.by John' T.. Moore an'd'wlfd,'- "'Ohio ClrcuYf Cdutt; Kentucky. - M For Infants and Children. )EM Bl' Pendleton, Aamr,:iofl Plaln-,- 1 Ddtfeyiberi ifl AJ'iJ: " ,m $ HSOSl tB i uliown-by mim& -- J J?HT ' OitganiZition') f:i"Ct' ?Joii)piijiMat''l,rovW;5JtI illjjlrtiitl ,deedOf; cecdrdi. Mh Oblo (36,Coulity '3" " tins,! Clerk,s,o'mde?'Dfee'd- D6ok' "page vs. .4 : i uII '! 231. Esther' Gatjon, &c, Defendants. act of Ihndln Ohld coiihty. -- B'y vlrtu'd'pf a Judgment and ort Trovldeticcr nrM....,-- - . ....diTT --TT OSjntuckyi r on' th waferrf of ' RoUTKUt der bf sale' of the Olilo dlrcult " ANteclable PrcparalionrorAs-similatin- g i 'Cdurt, rendered at (the AprH term, 'river, and 'bouftded da 'fdllofrsl 1 lenirai I91Z,! In tn,e. above cause Providence Falrmount Cajt for the IjelljangiTaB ft'lis'tako' Ing Company, at Providence; Leep- - river, where'-thvoid noim leaves purpose' 'of settling tle es.tat,o of f Mm ters Providence" sameiuience with said "Old Bed" GVeetf W. Plilpps and distributing "Er" uoal Cdmpany,"aT A. HimTrAfiVFGsuuiixexx JpJfaCpaiyr.onjFanrrtai?Erevii .'ak'TCaifdanders to wherClt 'enters" he proceeds amongst the parties In 111 lUVIlUwi tlence: Providence Mining Compa- - saijdj'lvar: thence up said river as Interest, after paying the costs . Promolcs DigcsliOn.Checrrul-nespandnest.Con'ai- ns wjuMtmnLtncnianui omu4 x tt3MTrfUV.rHUUlllK,-M.ny, at rroviaence; micKman vuai It mflna era to the "beginning, conr herein, .Including an attorney's fee, nelltier Sebrde. fitlning ) acres, more or Jess, Cn- - I will oiler for sale by public auciC.flpF THE MIKES? Cojijj'a'nyjx at Provlclbnco fcTHE STAB Opium.Morphine norIiiicral. 1...' i''n"nlL a J .i.ti.' ax. 'pooree; '. l uoar, Minins7.campany, io r.uyur .uuuiiiu uy ft. iv, i tion, at ,, the, courthouse, door In . WOT "Naiic Mlho.Wijrk-si'-oUfi te .WaWss 8 The t!e aldlvife, and Henry Plrtle on Har,tford, on .Monday, the 3d day of WelEster County Coal Com- - Deceilibl: by June, 1912' about one o'clock p. m. America 4, 1908, as. .shpwj srjJ;? campaign Sor d.08dnf "ecord In the Ohio- Cpunty upon a credit of six months, the roYiuence..r. .e?nyxa ryX:ui Seal (lice Deed Book 35, page following property, described Clork'a Cen coal mine in Kentucky. fry 1 AU.Saiut J . tral uity gueing headquarters for Of&SfrERxCOMMISSlOKEK'S o 485. A- lot ground in Ohjo county, trncts iof The flrst itwo J Jhfsnnitt - ; plstrlct 2$ will be the point from 1 o land herein will bonamed first, to pay Kentucky, of being lot No. 2 of Win, IlitiotaruilrJbtta Kvhlch the Campaign Is to be waged. sold 1 WcnftSfd- o o o o o o the debtzot Ida Plrtlo, Jessie Fryer P. Foreman Addition to Haytl near Clmfiti &iuv This campaign Is one of the pur- cf hinlrryrft tUnvr. )I poses for Which an official organ to and C.Jp. Smith, amounting to the town, of 'Hartford,' as surveyed Kale. Muster Commissioner' Apcifecl Remedy forConslipn-non- . jibe Issued twice a month has been and bounded as fol$525.00 jwlth Interest and cost as by A. Ohio Circuit Court, Kcntuqky. above staged, and second to pay the lows: , Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea tnlrun, iinilrt- tlift ihv Worms .Convulsions .levcnsh-nes- s tg Brothers, - Beginning at n planted stone In debt oft Westcrflold miners. nnd Loss Sleep, v9- r r. ii-- n :VilllM4lPj:- amountint to, $198.40 with. Interest the Eout.hwcst corner of lot No. 3, The roEo6ed camnalcn will cov UUytHUtj VL ' V and costjjjas above- stated, and third known as tlie l.enslo Hardwlck lot; er every cdtmty In thoJSiate, but Is .UUI FacSunilo Siijnnlure of Virtue of a judgment and or-- n to pay thb homestead exemptions of thenco- with the Hardiusburg road Expected t linger longest In Hop- IrCtttJ Edgar Doehui $425.00, and fourth southwest 109'i feut to a stake in lmrP.toorA ft lidriirdcr 'Of jsale.of the rphlq, rnnn'rv. NEW I county forfthe union to handle. He- - Coufrt- - , rendered at the February to pay horft Boehpi $207.70 with the division line of lots Nos. 1 an.l interest and cost less the $30 credit 2; thence north with said division J cause of the large nu sum of $207.70, with interest as nbovo'stated. jj employed lino 209 feet to a stake In' line of in Hopkins county nn,f the met tberd. tr thy iit the.Tatd:pf 6 pei; jQn,tj .jer nniutp opposition The tHlrd named tract of land 28; thenco with line of 2S N. CO E. heroin will be sold first, to pay tho to a stone 20! feet; thence south past, the Rational organization has l5())?, EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. uiiUl paid, aml-jUfurther Hen debts of the Hank of Hartford, 209 feet to the beginning, said to to aid In;--; hff, 'jo-- t ,) volunteereiL -- Hopkins countyr and bUIll UL futl.uv 1V1L11 lll.c IULVIi;ab Assignee of John T. Moore, the sum contain '4 aci, more or less. It la Therefore ThC CkliTAUR COMMnr. P.CUI OHII 4T 4'roitii tK .3d day or .Dvcquibr, 1 OS, of $375.00 with interest and cost understood V4 that feot on the J all the rest), including the"j(n"JvJ fields; the' 'furtfier 'sumof' $198.41) as above 'stated; second to pay the east side of this is n'qv used for alI In Eastern Kentucky, are not work and "llkd Interest from" tiu 1st day Hen debt'of Minnie Iloehnl, $790.00 ley purposes as agreed to in deeding under 'union regulations wjth wltli, of January', 19'12,-n'n- d' the further with Interest and cost ns above ing lot No. 1. Conveyed to Green In a few n: Jnths, It will be surpris sum of $425.00 without Interest, stated. Plilpps by S. M. Taylor and wife, ing aB,vclI,as regretful. Tho fourth tract of land named October 26, 1VI0. Deed Book No. Accordlnc' to the last report on and the further sum of $250.00 0 per mining In Kentucky, there were )Vltb',"hitqreat M tho' rate of herein wljl be sold, first to pay the 17., page 8, .5 Or tin- - uinnpei- - iiniiuiil your llerald. You will ilml a lilllc yellow coat., ;per annum rom January 1, lien debt- of Bank of Hartford; tho ' Tho purchaser will be required to 8.42S.732 icjns of coal produced In on It your name and a da aftei- - It. The liato Mf. Il litis year l12,.';an4 .tflJSy.'oOwlth like secursum of $50.00, Interest and cost, execute bond with approved "Western Iviitucky during the .Ihimx ulien join- miIimi iptlim eplre.x m- - when It did expire. This Is 4, 190S, until second to' pay .Jecember the lien debt of Min- ity immediately after sale. Of jjthis amount 4,497,281 1D10. nil the hook u ke-if your siiliscrlption acconut, airl there Is no the further Tills 14th diiv of May. 1912. itons were produced , by uplpn labpr paid, and Interest from sum of $50 nie 'Boehm or the remainder thereof evruse roe y lot knunlng just Imw you .stand witli THE IIEUAU). with Hke 1st day of together with her interest and cost; E. E. BIRKHEAD, and 3,931,471 .tons' T)y nonunion la-- j ,nnil tlin further sum of We are tr.vin.i; tit et our subscription list on a strictly arfd Anrll., 1012. third to pay the remainder of the Master Commissioner. In phj: nojjthp!j(Btern bor. liasis, sit as to avoid trouble ami iiilsiiuilei'.staiidin. We do not $730$ wjth:'- - jlke. ijjteregt froW the rinM ' lntnrpnt nml rnaf of Vrtrn Likens &. Crowe, Attorneys. southeastern distric(Jsio Icatuckjj viniit to force the paper upon anybody against their uill, lint we want A'HM:M,VT.fcV VT'f T. iBolihn on' sufficient thereof to pro uotn or icn arejtr ut itiHX?i.vi all that Is due us. . Please give this matter your very prompt attenMlfc'ter Conuiiivsloner's Snlo. 291,259 tons 5 wcto produced In tne following creuus: ?3u.uu paid duce tiie'sums of 'money ordered 'to tion. Look at that little yellow slip rontniniii-- ; your name, it wilt .and be 'ih'aUe.1 Nora,Boehm,. February, kl ''' Ol'Io Circuit Court, Kentucky. ldlO costa-hMoltell you Just what you need to know, without any explanation from r Lwp opir.tot will bo requfred to J. 'Ft Alford,. Plaintiff, . us. If it is wrong in any way, let us know. Anyhow, please pay us bypubl(c'iaMc;i4ni;a 'Spvrrj ixebutb bond ith' appr6ved secur ' taelfQilddJhUoAifaeltel s vs. Below will what is due. It takes iniicli money to run a goitd newspaper nowahouse door In Hartford, on .Monday, ity lmmetHately after sale. N. J: Rhincs, &C.,, Uefendants. list oKthe Mnlon mines in western days, hence we must keep ouraccounts collected up. 3rd jlay VJt2saut This lMth Uayor May, 1912. By virtue of a Judgment and orKentucky, fflven by countlesiAwhlchi Either come to The Herald ulllc'e and pay the arrears and a year In Mt v. v 'mnifHt'iTi i - one o'clock p. m., upon a credit of der-' of 'sale of Circuit have closedffion account of the sua5lftiiha?iVeIVMiohU)sr-5Hi"e'?.rolIo'w;- ; sraseroiu atiaiiier lyUiiiuiisBiuiier. . UoAtrf,' 'rendered the Ohio. term, advance, or, If' you are not coming to town soon, send us a check or J , Aprl pension In WHJoTP8KPete3?S e money-orde- r lt . for the amount due. We will appreciate It," BTLlkeris, 'Uohn'B Wllabnv 112, in the nboyp cause for the Ohio countyBroadway -- Miningand it will make us think ymi rcnlly want the paper. certaln tracts of land In Ohio simmbrniaiij! AtJorrieys.' ' Sum of '$230.00, wUh interest at OJenij Company, aUiESajfllISi-22aJ2- 2i I' 'f tho'rhte'ot 0 per cent, per annum 1 McHenry; Rockport Rough Company, river, and bounded as fol- IftDIAnAli'fl iiIa Master! v" from..thf 13th day of June,' MOD, Coal Compt ay, at Rockport; laylor . tnjui : "!"""S':Ff.T"n-:ii'iVf .as!w tbsts. herein, Ohio C9.H i PHrt. . .fteo Wfkn-- yjitjl pild, and Coal Comp ny, at Taylor Mls; a mone Op what is eMhnln I will offer fo'r dale bjlipubllc ana' To Elijah Mo! ris, Plaintiff, Williams Cfal Company, at Mclfen- road. VS. w ry. -- , ,., ,tlpn .att the court house door In f if .if n tne Now is the time to begm to Anticipate your Fence nnnn ri tin r Mnii.i ininn J miini .1 JT.r line of i. J. uowe s neirs JIa,rt;ord,( on Monday, the! 3d 'day of anc Defendant. , . UUJUH tfYJ uutJ7H"wr-Kr"w,su. nm..s.j J,o. ;.,iLM,iiiP4fc9 pofe? F.'e i?u if'Mniy a n.t, By1 vlrtnp of a Judgment! and bti June(.1..912, about fane" o'clock p. la., wants. v '" Tb - 4 jeceiyed two car loads1 of the celeWe have ttf . IaM? ... . 3rii -upon., a. credltWof lx months, the a. ana r.Jt7T rrmiMen rtwflpa- - ialftllrB rD0le8 ltol, niCi A -. jdejvof slo ol live 'Ohio Circuit brated American Steel Wire Fence.' We bought it'right, "- - : :rr-"- ' v Cmirf, rerfderediat the'Aprlt terw, following described' property, v. at stur is: ututt uoar;omna... . : so' we can givejyb.ua Very low price on any specifications U,v at wa .rlV:,W MWWfifaltl "Okl (?)flfl .tydWIMflUP a. ' ' . f 9,1 2 in the above cause' for; .tudj r .' Ai,house and lof In the town of Mining Cor hf S28.18.- utn you may need. Gall and see us about your fen.ee. Ohio Valley Poa)ftnd Mtfm fiRTl.'3j7ilXn0p;irIb''i.'fe,VV'rfnA Y'r&ta.ot 6 j)er- cent.. per"annum. from Aoslnoi Kentucky, and bounded as '' Yours truly, pany, at Dj kove.lKendrrRaH ItoruthtitfB.sfchAfteTMSOailfi. day; of: March,: 1912; follows:.. Beginning it corner of tf- - :th()lst First and, Amelia streets; thence : costa" Wl until" paid, . and,' lWe,"t0 yVrae'ua street 100 feet; thence "' .anneld herein, C will - .bffer ffor sale w.lth -- y & j-i ..scon, ORATED county Green r River McLean ,af rjght apgles to- the left '42feef; . ..- - .. corner on said road;tnence by pmbllcj auction nti the court ,t,benca.at right "angles to tho loit .-i . . K. . ; ooob nipanyat jaian I'.Jones' Jiffi8initfSsrnBmHi coal and ui ice onuionoay,-iDUNDEE, KENTUCKY. with 10Q Memphis ccal M Wk?di sycanreA jJnlsi.fc daof JUne, 1912, about one' First,foot.lo Flrstistreet;to thencebegin12 feet the street; jsiano. . ti, . o'clock p. m.,.upoil' a credit of six1 Muhlenbelg county B,ecb TVsIZrj l?FJFJ?l,it' . niciumuio, and twelvi raoiiths, the- following ning, being a part of block No. 12, 'iX , a Ti uuwii euiu nvcr ud i nJTTi,. Ort ' as shown by the 'plot of said town. t: oai uaumv, at ': (K:!llIMfMff,A1BM.iaH,tfni!L. tn what described property, Same lot conveyed to Christian Vier Coal Company, at CleatorlV A tract jot land .id Ohio county, .March 2, Kantucky, bounded as'followsr On church nt Koslne, Ky 19P9, by M. S. Ragfand and wife, the'North by' tho'Hartfordand' Har-U. m dee.d recorded In Deed Book No. 33, rjiad; on tho West ,. V. tRow goneis juim i. dlnsburg Fi L. Felix; on the' byHHo page A3Q, Ohio 'County Clerk's of- r. 'rri,r,8Bgartrea Bduth Moore's corner of said bed; thence lands of by the lauds of Frank Brown and .flce, or sufficient thereof to produce )L J on"tIier'East by ths lands of John- the sums of money ordered to be : mi.mii.r roni nm. Ples to the beginning. Containing Allea-an- cl (i.vcoitrnu.viKii) supposed to contain 38 made. Tho purchaser will' be required to at AWr"GfSTvtlllCoataCreS;'n,Ore'0r,;8S a acres, or sufficient tborepf,to; DbUnU 1IIAV1, security ilAmnntitf PrtlVilorlv O nrnAnvlllft? the sums of money ordered to 'execute1 bond with approved Kn,.,,.coi, imnleillntely niter sale. .j - y Rl)p"fnade. ii This 14th day of May, 1912. ille; Holt Coal Company .at. ;eTi- - ' oxc3.3 IKZ77-- . iiie purciiuscr win uo ronmruu iu .. vitll Da - U 117.111 1. wi I'uiva ." iH 1U... .wUiUtM-u.ir- u KTIIlnnl l'nnlu ij E. E. niBKHEAD, ""-'81 fltjr, , r,, ..i" ftxaciAe15tond .with approved' secu'r- t .. ,M i. i.riA'--l ft dwwv4 vf.i K. .1 Will, Moster Commissioner. umpany. saie. ' Hord'sl house: tl&a?e wfh Pity mediateiy aner May. 19,12. omnany. atniffvterw' O. B. Tokens Attorney. day of .&.,, roacIti:TTJT:.Sfeavlngi BUlVrf -UKV'T, l4th lal Company, at NelBon; Advance .rpadnliplcsjand; ta aJK7 jiples E. E, BIRKHEAD, be For Sale. Farms All sizes; from oa arid Coke CompajnyeniMaster Coifimfsslqncr. tbrKMeonfer ,e'.tn. Iloartrfe cbfner rC to 300 acres. We can pleaso you and doke Morgan Coa R. Jdp; J. P. Sanderfur, Attorney. nri)rsrTT6hTreTt,sIIh'eT thence with if you want to buy land. Ymptjnat( Mercer; Rock Island Bennett',s"IIe,1N.'1 'i-- i ' rea" to !,i,,. It .,. A. C. YEISEU & CO., company," at aouin uarruiuun. loal Iaster Commissioner's Sale. a.whlt'a!oak,nm nnd two. bVechea, Hartford, Ky. Company, at tr. O. Duntah'Coal A MONTH WHY NOT MAKE Ohio Cirpult Courts Kentucky, Beppettp Pflxwr',, thqncp w.!4i l's '"-'Wenvllle. iis at(J; (jeorgo W.I. Aldington, .&?., PlalnHffs, line S. ,9 .Ef passing, . Hill- - Coal S50.00 a Week, almost SIO.00 a Day ( Daviess coimty-r-tFec- n 1'. Jones corner in iu poiea anu in A FACT ati.Qtfepsbpro. "rapany, co"n- - Samuel K. Morton, .Defendant. AU'.l't'Voici t"6"ti.e f liojca Belling Victor Safes and bl ta'fn1lnfc,,2lf"" acres,,"nLbre'l"ot less. to murclmtiis, doctorw, h.wyf riJ, d' itlst-i ai.it By virtue of a judgment and or- ABOUT THE "BLUES" .'HendersonnT.t of whom roaiuotlin need ' t'rActk ii'rrf' 'tnW sTriVd rSal Company; Jat. Bluff. City; con der 'of sale of the Ohio Circuit Thfi f'A'A of itmfi-- . but tld nut know huwtaJyUUtoown What Is known as tho Blues" one. Uulei'inen tl.i'Clnre our pruiiua.tlnn 0110 of Coal Company, .at .Cotyxlon; lv'eyeFd,tS":F;dg'af Ti6kM' E. Court, renrerotbaj (tiro tADrll ctecnC ls'aeldbrri occasioned by actual cxlst-:ii- if onortunl-Up- s the best, ctenu-cu- t 6l! D.'HSmlth, cvur recvtVed. Without iireious Peoplo's Mlntnst Company, At- Jlon t&Um': 1912, in tho abovQ'j causa foT.the: . YOU can duplicate tho external conditions, but in tho of othi it. 1 . I ,1- ... IJ- - - t.. .fill ll. person; Plttshurg,'C)al. Company,. on ..xi inm Our liandftolrtMy iltiliitrnteu 'Ali-- ofo catalyg "DacBmuor1 3, laosras- snown oy purposo of settllpK3th.e(estntt) Ot i3Vd reaPniaJorlty 9! cases by a disthe mtgect tocu will enubie you to ' Oh'lH' ' 'County ):. Morton, deceased, and division re'corWlii' ofn.t fli?.l-t Baskett. . thoupb LIVER. toiuetS In f.a Interesting n inunnt-rn'' Cl'?fk's',6inc6'.''DeJc1'BoR,l3C,rpace of the proceeds 'a.mongst'Jhe, paTtloa ordered you were piloting tlicm through our fuciory. Men atinolntid as XondVrn Mines. THIS ISA. FACT salesmen receive advice aud Instructions for celling alef, RhliiR - .9ii.iil'l-i.- l. talking notnta In Interest, .after paying the. costs for DrOf fThe nonuril8rf mines In- .Westernwhich may be demonstra- - rnnvlnclnu be tlta Jlnt to which It la lmnoilhle liilty abefore D.'cllvn customer to denv. Why ujjply from your iK torrtone cleo Kots tho terrltoryt don't YOU uspftftbiBU1 fldh . theat faa"Jfo iMVitti? tXWtif land herein, 'Jtucky We can favor oujy one salesuiaa out of each, locality. iea.oy.irying.Hcour.souj The2MhnnnlTearyofonr Vnot efteUVftire- - given by coun lying and'hcW lR "'OHltf'lunty, torney's fee, I- - vwlJJ company was celebrated by uctlon at tho court houso -UinUiokyTril- boundsd afollw6i - - MtblIo &aLf.ollow: erecting the moslmodern e no factory In the world. Wlde- "Coal 'riirl'an "TOtrntv-Emfil- ro..V . door in Hartpnluiop Mpndy, the wtke men who recelred our . A J. A. J. f BLtctal felllnc Inducements retereunrgA Wna sucar tre orf the bank bf the ,W TliiyToi Juner 19.1,a,yabou,t? QiiO' (Company aiT ampiro;' renaerea ltnecessary tooouDie ."Old Bod'tpt nough river and D. o'clock p. lij., upon a credit of six our output, w earns Coal Compairjr, at Mannlngton. I niany thousands of dollars en aiUl' Qwelve fmonths. the- - followlnt; coJufltFWICrtyfldefB Jlonklns lTiflJ)goaria!u6organtaitlon, ' ' ' '" " butto.learo all PartlpuUrs, It . Icnul and Coftolo C1lfiu. dtDaWll 'tlffff S.nlT9Vr 9tfH& won! tic?ftod 1)r,opferty;"Wvrt: will cost you only tbe price ot iqCHoPn'a-dHfananln U fdwW TOelirlazliqpeuidbqundyto.tbe, Sprlngs;OwktrWQfel3aafan: jioitl card. jon 1 bnlflrfcoun?y. UIA. Tf,. hrlniilJJUU mnU tMtiir. '''RillllllllllllllllllllHHBMBBilHHnillllMiillllH e'ntu6k hdw,lU6(i?o if? WWtWifW' Company, atvwBiWP!'XirHtGn 'woov Catalogue 18T: . 4SoUbwV: One'Am aWlbuBlf: coMpsny, atMJWtfoBl9fIw0a'plaNeBb Pe1FfflTB!weer'Wnv,'o ,rtHEVIi)TllR-:,:- L Consolidated Ceal,iawt4 uMktflietJ&a fRWce'&.T 2f OJ?"0 .naWBP t6r'fl AYrelblandi T5Idat6wn 'or3effil- -' . , T'llifr NO. : UiiiTiTUTF- w -. w. r. tl"T ". ti " fip teh.bhireJa.'tMw etstrsesa i?6lebt8 t roany, .aFEVSltTjCCBB. : erected by Klmbly &"h i)" Creek Goal omjrtnyflla4JdIsdjfi WzMA fchctihlteO&iWJbnnhlil'b'Snlc PWa,relib''e thence up the same .Son. .J. wreek Coal company, of Hough . .. vllle; z.y zt a 1 irw,vi . in re 1 c r:--ta.a .ui.-Ttir'1 1LOAJ Our Mew Hmt CawiM 20,000 Seta AniHMlly. t Nebe; St. 3arnerdr Mtnfcgp.Oem l" r0RHX0UAT15UKI0NYAIOtAOn;. f i "WEDNEHDAV. ,IT71. -- MAlMKi rrC-4.r.ff. U.JLJ-Ji-1'- J - 19tiv.lr.ir jTiiiir-. ir ii tmmnonvwMnp f - THE HRTFORDnHERMD: SterllsCoal ' T. IT PAGE SEVeW.' ' ' ' HON papogt Earilngtoh; aEte 'L1 i'tpftwiasrKso&ifiswffi ur ken imm TM From-Which-WoFf- mincffDj ' tfir Iif f'IlAnnUtIfS'$m& ''' "M&'fcl ,l.fjf ' ' '' 3 Ihmmm. crf wosmwrngwi. ; ' GAST0RIA ihcFoodanduegula-llngllicStoinachsaiidBoWclS- sri The Kind You Have Always Bought aywssffiss T , 'Of inf-Bl- i I I I Bears the, yjT t Signature i fc yfXF ifVvM ,yi i- otxc oM"! WK ttyJlVi&usa. cfcp oqtjo.o - '', - aroria-xiKunrawiE- to-w- I Yu :); i .i or In' yd I ase For Over vouk Thirty Years ( ' 1 LOOK ON THE FIRST PAGE - inter-eBt-fro- m -- .-t '."Thc-jPiujchase- . Mibsc-i-iptio- "'..', '"".".. . to-w- "T-wo- post-ofllc- ff . ; f rttaimftM ,..pek Jft ,t. wrtoaln "r." Jl M ""V.-Tj " ittk. i Our Farmer Friends end Patrons; just , - "J Wl l. V ..' -- ,...' m mcypar ua l&(t -- - -- DUNDEE MERCANTILE CO., t Jlfdnf!lTi4thBalon604Qfij" :mi!w r.., ,i.. .x mill i tt to-wi- !CE:LTT"crQiJ:-3- r E. G. BARRASS, BCaxtjf inv. 1 nti :"::: fcoalIlnnCom.,any,nili3a':J.-S-7vllv ..,oi ": r::"; reAWOT,?P Li:!"i mi Power mmm MGR., ' - fjro-duc- pofefcrs, i,M iSS'XSSffSMS ww ,l..,"v"! Vrf' llf,1fr. - ln-i.iAl- W.ITKT,fl. I' H hit'c your Jioirvf at cos. Klcctric Lifjhts are clean, htnltliy and safe. No home or basin ss house shoalrl them iclten witltin r arh. S200."" 85, , -- That's t :. countyi-r-Archlba- bnhw, - . . Ca-jh- ba . Ww. 1 - fertfcl money-iJiaUn- . . -! ouc-cet- j -- pri-hc- . " ,! lnclud.lng-fj&.roa.sonrcbl- - - pffer-forfsaleb- -- . f W Sf'-bOih- klBHHHHABKBWMDH JBBBBBBSHBVBMfliiiiiiHBl -i Chl(ipilamiWclJatooW'thenucp'.'.oyf Ro At; LlVLWi imi ) nMyi'ym'n .. rr?rrrrrriHnHHHHH llJi I -- BBHIHVBHiHHH BjJJVJTJJMMHijJVaijJH .1 M.- fer ; rr 1 it i(tt IllClliiilll.Wj'' fefclAAft ajAjf ,,1 . g- WHftQfhH 1A""'r - - - iiA. . Xi, -- LliSltHrfttw.a 1.1 J' .j,Wi.'HjAlt. VlW .UM-- , i. , 5?pplp nnwmiwnin)j(inntniii N wrin iitin wi iwMWnyifii laii ya ,V I VAGE EIGHT. THE HARTFORD HERALD. WttOTQAY,tMAl18l,1912. f i i: w r d , tit Jv -- ny, committed suicide hero Saturlown with the Titanic whose brav- - NIGHT RIDER CASE IN . day by cutting his throat with a ry won the plaudits of tho survivpocket knife because of- - broken ors. v OF PLAINTIFF health. He went to a Western FAVOR Mrs. Lorlng took a great quan-it- y E U. tt. & E. RAILROAD TIME State some months ago. Meeting of tho choicest flowers aboard White Dent, St. Charles lied Cob, Wliild Dent arid AT HARTFORD, 1CV. with financial loss and no improvehe Carmanla at Liverpool. Last the merld-,a- n J. F. Van Hooser, Formerly Of ment in health, he returned home Flint mixed, Iowa Silver Mine, the quickest maturing corn, she reached T&o following li. & N. Time Card Friday two weeks ago. Saturday, making on the of the longitude of tho disaster, market. Choice Southern reoleaned Cow ts sffectKe from Monday, Aug. 21st: Christian County, To Get pretense of visiting a neighbor, he hough far to the south of It, and North Ilouud New Era, Clays, Blacks, Red Eippers, Blue went Into a woodland and In a few stop- No. 11?. due at Hartford 7:19 a. m. Daptaln Dow ordered tho ship $2,500 Damages. 111, hours was found with four deep Goose and Soja Beans. Sorghum, Broom Corn, Pumpkin was No. 114 due at Hartford 3:40 p. m. oed. Mrs. Lorlng, though gashes across his throat and a knife aken In a steamor chair to the rail South Bound Cincinnati, 0., May 0. Another with razor odgo clasped tightly in Seed and many other kinds of Field Seeds. of tho steamor and, while the other No. 115 due at Hartford 8:45 a. m. "nlgtit rl- - his fingers. Tho head was almost assengers stood about with bared chnpter'ln the No. 113 due at Hartford 1.40 p. m. when severed from his body. He was ler" case was written y heads, dronoed the flowers onto II. E. MISCIIKE, Agt. he Lnlted Stated Circuit Court of fifty-si- x years old and Is survived the water. ppeals handed down' a decision In by his wife and seven, children,. The OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY. SIMMONS. which the victory won by J. F. Van Coroner's Jury returned a verdict May 13. After a suspension of Hooser. FLOYD ALLEN TKES THE tobacco of suicide. an Independent more than six weeks, work was re- grower, who formerly had a plantaMines Running Again. Monday. The tion In Christian county, Ky., over STAND IN DWNBEHALF sumed In tho mines The operators and miners In miners gained a small Increase In nineteen members of this organizaKentucky, District 23, Western wnges for the noxt two years. tion, was sustained. Quite a wind, rain and hail Judge Warrington, who read tho have settled their differences and Says Sheriff Webb Fired First storm passed through this section decision, refused to reverse the the mines have all reopened and Saturday afternoon, doing damage findings of the lower court by hold- are running-.- ' Himself Fiied After Shot mi to outbuildings and trees. ing that Van Hooser Is entitled to SMALLnOUS. Being Shot. Miss Stella MiHer, of McHonry, redress for tho Injuries sustained, May 13. Mr. Sam Morton went her sister, by him In his efforts to remain who has been visiting to Hartford on business WyllievlUe, Va., May 11. Evi- Mrs. E. J. Carter, for the past an independent grower. It was orBorn to Mrs. Rube Brown, May dence In the case of Floyd Allen, week, left Saturday for Rockport, dered that $2,500 be awarded to 9th, a boy. on trial here for the murder of where she will visit rolatlves for a Van Hooser, and this amount will Mrs. Ben Ross has returned from be levied against the nineteen, de- a Prosecutor William M. Foster In wlille before returning home. visit to her mother at Heflln. She Supreme tho Unless the Ilillsvillo court house last The Rev. Hiram Brown preached fendants. accompanied home by her a good sermon at Miners Hall Sun- Court grants permission for an ap- was AlMarch, was completed mother, who will spend a week. at- peal the case has reacched tho highsee-ou- r len himself went on the witness day evening. A large . crowd Mrs. M. P. Maddox is spending y est round In the ladder of justice, and testified In his tended. stand this week with her daughter, Mrs. Mr. and Sirs. J. I). Hill and childand, thero will be no further effort. own behalf. He charged that Sherren returned home Thursday after It Is'sald, to change tho order. The J. C. Hill, near South Carrollton. iff Webb fired the first shot, and Mrs. Louis Fulkerson and Mrs. long visit to frionds and relatives caso dates oacK several years. that lie was wounded before he at lgleheart have returned Clinton Alit Manila, Ky. The suit was filed In tho Federal tempted to draw his revolver. from a visit to Mrs. Will Nichols, of G. M. Plilpps have Court at Owensboro Mr. and Mrs. about ,tvo len stoutly denied that he shot at South Carrollton, and Mrs. Elmer any one Inside the court building pturnfil home from a visit to Mr. vears ngo and the 'verdict was re- Mitchell, of Bevler. Plilpps' parents in the mountains turned by a jury. Owing to the oscept Deputy Sheriff Quesenberry. Mrs. Leila Kittlnger spent a few fact that tho defendants were well It was! Quesenberry who fired the if Eastern Kentucky. Miss Carrie Davis Is on tho sick known In tho counties from which days last week In Owensboro, shot which brought him down, Al, where sho went to havo her tonsils Miey came and also because of the len declared. He fired only two 1st. cut out. She Is getting along nlce- Sunday School nt this place if sensational story told by the plainother times, he said, and these tiff as to the treatment Jhat he had were when he was In the street. impressing nlcoly undor the of Mr. Chas. Smith. received at the hands of the allegHo aimed at Clerk Dexter Goad, AtARUR(;. Mr. C. F. Frazer, mining engin- ed "night rlder, tho case attracted who had fired at him, he testified. May 10th. Farmers are very Allen was emphatic In his denial eer for the Broadwav Coal Co., of a great nmount of attention. busy trying to get their crops plantthat there was any conspiracy 'Is place, has moved his hoarding ed. The continued wet weather has among the Allen clansmon to shoot place from J., L. Southard's to tho u.vnv boy horn alive put them much behind. AFTER .MOTHER'S DEATH tip the court. He also denied that "ommorclal Hotel, Beaver Dam. , Mrs. Almon Duke, of at any time previous to tho tragedy spent Tuesday hero, the guest of KliliMITCH. New York, May 13. The world's had he threatened the court. May 13. Business medium good first baby, boy to bo born after'hls her sister, Mrs. Lena Patton. Instructions to the jury were Miss Gertrey Raymon Is visiting Ji. d but little sickness in the town mother's death Is now In Fordham before Judge Staples this afrelatives In Owensboro this week. ir community. apparHospital, full of vitality and ternoon after the court had adMr. Jim Bales, Pleasant Ridge, The railroad business Is improv- ently destined to a long life. By a journed. ing here In local traffic. From 2." Caesarian operation was passed here enroute to Ralph Wedthe child Tho attorneys will begin argu- to 75 carloads of coal leave here nesday afternoon. ten minutes after the delivered ments before the Jury Monday Jally for Louisville. Mr. C. L. Patton was In Whites-vill- o apoplexy. The mother had died of morning, and It is expected the case Wednesday on business. and more boy weighed eight and a half Some Improvements will be placed In tho jury's hands "ontemplated Howard, Mr. William Jr., and here. Mr. W. B. pounds. The case Is said by physiby Monday night. Mitchell has completed a large cians to be most startling, as show- wife, of Ralph, and Miss Ina Paty ton, of this place, attended the niildlng for a restaurant and ing that life persists In the organs SULPHUR SPRINGS. Fanners 15-- 2. PHONES: Cum. 7-- 2, birthday dinner yesterday of Mr. store, which Is a good Im- following death. . May 11. As It has been quite a Fred Evans, near Westerfleld. Mr. Samprovement for the town. The boy's mother was Mrs. Rewhile since I tried to write up the Mr. Riley prcer's son, who has boarding C. Roberts, house becca Llpschlltz, of 804 East One news of this place, It Is quite a task uel been sick so long, died on Friday, keeper here, has repainted his Hundred Seventy-eight- h and as to news of importance. It Is buildings. Mr. E. R. Graves, who May 3d, and was street, the Bronx, who died ear,ly burying grounds burled at Antloch rather scarce. next day. has been in Paragould, Ark., for Saturday morning. Hut little corn Is planted, but tX ii some time, has returned to his HORSEWHIPPED GIRL wheat and oats are looking well. home here and has improved his WILL BEGIN CARRYING FOUN.D KISSING HUSRANn Pastures fine. property by building an addition to THE MAIL BY AEROPLANE J. B. Canan and family have his barn, some new fences, etc. Kansas City, Mq., May 11, Mrs. moved back to their old home here Mr. Eleazer Hcddcn has completWashington, May 11. Postmaster-GeBessie Burrows, from Beaver Dam. They moved ed a good sidewalk In soubrette in the y aufront of his neral Hitchcock away from here two years ago. "Sweetest Girl In Paris" company residence on First street. thorized the Postmaster at New last season, horsewhipped hop husWe are expecting a boom at the get a good Piano at a real bargain, Organs- - from Mr. Joe Fallon, railroad agent York to dispatch mall to Washing- band's office gir Ijere y Sulphur Springs this coming sumwhen $20.00 up. Call and see our line of sheet music; it mer, especially If Mr. Thompson, here, has improved his lands north- ton on May 22 by aeroplane, on re- she found the blonde head leaning west of his residence on the Cerro quest of a Washington aeroplane, is the very latest. We repair Pianos and Organs. over the painless dentist's shouldor. the proprietor of the springs prop Gordo plateau. company. Wo will move your piano with the piano trucks and erty, will spend a few thousand "She was kissing hlra," -- irs. Burnight watchman' Mr. Is Inter- rows The Postmaster-Genera- l covers; no danger of damaging it. Piano boxes said afterward, "I had Indollars In the way of Improvements. here, H. Duvall, into a part of the ested In the carriage of mall by has moved We are sure we have the water. tended waiting until there was a for sale. you will call at our store we will give ovt any other place In Kentucky. residence of Mrs. Mitchell. carries aeroplane andin believes the progress roomful of patients, but I happenyou a song book. Mr. A. R. Mitchell, who being made aviation encourages ed In at tho opportune time." All we lack Is the right kind of Improvements and the people will 'he mall from here to Fordsvllle, tho hope that ultimately the reguMrs. Burrows lashed the girl, has a largo bed of strawberries lar transportation of mall by aeroPearl Goodwin, across the face, eonie. learly ready for the market. plane may be practical. A surprise birthday dinner was then over the bare neck, then 25 A fishing party composed of Mr. WL. Such a. service, he suggests, if times, "count 'em," says Mrs. Burlven Uncle Noble Bean Tuesday, mil Mrs. Byron Miles, Miss Alice found feasible, might be establish- rows, across the face. the 7th. He was 82 years old. FACTORY REPRESENTATIVE FQR "She was a blonde, but I left her Miss Mamie Potts, daughter of Mitchell and others, loft here last ed In many districts, especially In Aeek for the Falls of Rough to fish the West, where tho natural condiWilliam l'otts, Is on tho sick list. a brunotto," the wlfo said. fllflli Grade. Pianos, Player Pianos and Orflans, Rough river. tions restrict other methods of rap-I- d Tho woman said sho had hired The roads here are worse than 'n On dln-itho 10th Inst, a birthday transportation. ver seen at this season of the year. detectives and herself has watched was given Mrs. Virginia Mltch-1- I, In the experiment between New the husband and office girl, trailing Dr. Duff, of Dundee, Is In Chicawidow of the late Dr. II. F. York and Washington an effort will go, attending school. His wife Is them to a rooming house. She says Mitchell, in honor of her 75th bo mado to carry at least 100 still very sick. "I'm going to whip her every time jlrthday. For the last 57 years the pounds of mall without stop. I meet her." A new telephone line is now Under tho order of the Postmasloading from Dundee via Sulphur tat Ion farm has been her home. Elvn, the oldest daughter of ter General tho aviator must be FIFTEEN REDS SCRAPED Springs and Sunnydale, connecting IN THE COUNTY OF LYON Cleazer Mitchell, living near here, sworn In as a mall carrier and the s. with the Hartford line at F. W. 3 very low of lung trouble. transportation must be without exOwing to continued Paducah, Ky., May 13. Thore rain, all pense to the Government. y Bean & Mldklff shipped y The machine will fly a pennant has been another outbreak of night about (J 00 dozen eggs, being what "arm and garden planting Is great-'belated here and In the bearing the inscription "United riders In Lyon county, and reports they bought this week. Monday morning from Eddyvlllo States Mall." Prayer meeting at Sulphur state that fifteen beds have been It is said a tobacco warehouse I'RE-NATSpilngs church every Saturday vlll L INFLUENCE scraped in tho past few days. Col; soon be erected hero by a night. GROWS A METAL TOOTH Ramoy was one of the chlof suffer- Tho Hernlil and Weekly Cout roinlnent tobacco merchant, which "Misses Mercedes and Myrtle Cannl $L50 ers, four beds on his farm being nan are visiting their aunt, Mrs. '111 greatly aid farmers y short of " " " Weekly Louisville Herald ,. , . . 133 Toledo, Ohio, May 13. A clinic ruined. urlng room at cutting time. Mary Daniel, and other relatives " Louisville Dally Evening Post " " ,.'... 3.50 The beds- - of elovon other plantMrs. J. M. Mallon, wlfo of tho of den.tlsts was amazed this afternear Olaton. noon when Dr. L. L. Zarbaugh in- ers between the Cumberland agent here, has Just " and Jj ' Fanners 1Iom0 Journal . u ,, , allroad l.ao (Chenr for Champ Clark for Presbefroh old home.atHawes- - troduced to them John Schnltker, rivers '" Dally Oweiisboro Messoiijr TVf '...'. .vS.SO " , ident and hit the right lick and llle, whore hershe had been vlslt-n- g six years old, In whose mouth a TennesseeThursday were scraped tween Saturday "' and " Twlcc-a-wce- k " Owensboro Messenger l,7i$ send an Instructed delegation to tho relatives and friends. She also metal tooth had grown without the nights. ' " Dally Owensboro Inquirer " '3.25 Baltimore Convention that will not aid of dental surgery. lslted at Cloverport. " " " Tivicc-n-wee- k .t$jfaqt:-- ; J.7B Owcnshojo Inquirer .uell out. Dr. Zarbaugh declared that the " " Kentucky Farmer Louisville " ,. . . . l.'as JAVSVILLE FORMS ITS tooth was a clear example of pre- O O MARRIAGE LICENSE. ' "FIjOWERS STREWN OX SEA ' Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer " " .'..'.'....' l.'l3 FIRST HUMANE SOCIETY natal Influence. Before the boy 1IV DISTRACTED WIDOW " " " Bryan's Comnioner '. f , . J . , . '.L50 ,was born he had filled ono of 'Mrs. " " Thrlce-a-wee- k " New York World ., . . , . . . 1.05 Maysvlllo, Ky., May 13. Tho Schnltker's teeth with sllverl Guy S. Hazolrlgg, Beaver Dam, " Now York, May 12. To strew " " McCall's Magazine Fashions A .. 1.30 ' When John was 2 V6 years old be to Pearl Chick, Beaver Dam. Woman's Club of this city, will " " Norman E. Mack's Natlonnl Magazine...,!.,.. 1.15 ' llowers on the sea In memory of old an open session on Wednesday cut a molar which, Dr. Zarbaugh Route " Llpplncott's Magazine . . ..." " her huBband, who was lost In tho fternoon at 2 o'clock, May 15, at said, was tilled with some sort'-o- f C, Homer Martin, Hartford- ,- Route " 2.70 to Rosa Taylor, Hartford, disaster, Mrs. Henrietta C. he court house. The meeting will metal. He was not certain that it " Titanic ,. No. 6. "Lorlng, of Liverpool, mado a trip 'jc In the Interest of the Depart-ne- was sliver, for it appeared to be' Marvin Hlnes, Beaver Dam, to across tho Atlantic Ocean on tho of Humane Education, and softer. Moreover tho filling has in- Iva Lee Bonson, Beaver Dam, Cunarder Carmanla, which arrived iddresses along this lino will bo tho creased in slzo since tho tooth be- -' Route 1. y. NOTICE1 TO SUBSCRIBERS. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. . irincipal feature. Oscar A. Troun-stln- e, came larger. Mrs. Lorlng was ill during tho Opposite your name on the In ordering the address of During tho final campaign of secretary of tho Ohio Huyour paper changed from one paper or wrapper you will find entire Journey and constantly In mane Society, will be present, and PREACHER CUTS THROAT President Taft in his home State ON ACCOUNT ILL HEALTH from May 13 to May 22, le is place to another it Is absolutely tho date your subscription ex- the care of a stewardess. Sho could at the conclusion of his remarks a but passengers 'lumano society will bo organized, necessary to .state where you not be seen nlres. If you find your sub- scheduled to make at least as many Montlcello, Ky., May 13. The as sixty-thre- e scriptlon has expired, please havo been recellngHhe paper as on the Carmanla told of a touching the first ever formed in Maysville. speeches and as many ' Rev. D. G, Stephenson, a highly "re- more as his managers and advisors scene "In midocean. send us one dollar. We will ,ap- well as where .yok,want It chaag- - ' After twenty years' . service as spected Baptist minister, nephew can crowd In. predate a prompt remittance. . J. H. Lorlng, waa a wealthy Lived to, Pleae bear this In mind. ' and was J one of State Veterinarian, Dr. F. T. Elsen- - of Capt L. J. Stephenson, of this erpool merchant city, and T. V. 8tevenson, of Alba Subscribe (or The Hartford Herald. tho hundreds of men who wont man, of Louisville, has resigned. 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