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ROOSEVELT HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1912, uny nn as regards tho nomination for our the presidency. Wo aro expressing sincere belief nnd best Judgment ns to what Is demanded of you In tho Interests of tho people ns n whole. And wo feel that you would be unresponsive to a plain. publlo duty If you should decline to accept tho nomlnntlon.comlng ns tho voluntary expression of tho wishes of n voters of tho of tho Itepubllcnn United Stntcs.through tho action of thlr contendelegates In tho next national tion. Yours ti uly, "WILLIAM E. GLASSCOCK. "CHESTER II. ALIMUCH, "I10I1EUT P. UASS, "JOSEPH M. CAREY, "CHASE S. OSUOUN, ty AFFAIRS AT FRANKFORT Probe Ordered on Traction Companies. Confederate Pension Bill KCANDIOATE 1HU Accept If Nomination is Tendered. Followers Declare Country Will Be Swept by Wave of Sentiment. will nccept the New York, Feb. 23.- -"l President If It " 'e11 nomination for dercd me, and I will adlicto to this until the convention lias expressed Us preference." is Col. Theodore Rooso-volt- 's leply to Uie letter of seven Jlupub llcan Governors asking him to stand for nomination. Tho eagerly uwnlted reply was Riven and Measure to License Hunters Pass. h.it Frankfort, Ky., February many public service corporations operating in Kentucky hno not been doing their part by the State's coffers appears to be a growing opinion among members of tho General Assembly. In the Senate this afternoon. Senator Cobcrn offered n resolution, which was adopted calling upon Auditor of Publlo Accounts Rosworth to furnish tho Senut at once with a statement of the assessed valuation of tho street car lines and Intcrurbans lines In Covington, Kenton, Newport and Campbell Counties, and tho total mllcago operated. Senator Cobern said tlint ho had heard that tho Covington and Newport owned property traction companies Ulo $13,000,000, valued nt but that State for many years has been collectln taxes on a sum not much In ex'cess of $100,000. comHo said that If the panies aro shifting their fair burden of taxation, he wilt undertake to sco that tho practice Is summarily terminated. When tho figures are all In, It Is said, members of both branches will understand how best to meet tho vexing problem of tax revision that now confronts them. Mnny are of tho opinion changes In tho present that radical system will bo necessary public if corporations throughout the service compelled to assume their Stato nro Jutt proportion of the burden. A measure providing for tho establishment of a Stato Board of Forestry, tho duty of which will bo to conserve the forests and water supply of Uie State, wns passed by the Houso this afternoon, e to twenty-seveTho bill provides that the Stato shall annually appropriate $13,000 for the benefit of Uio board. Representative W. A. Price of Covington introduced the bill. Tho "Education BUI." House Dill 223, was recommitted with leave to report proTlve measure back at any time. poses appropriating $97,000 for the at Lexington; $33,000 State University for Uie Eastern Kentucky Normal School at Rowling Green, and providing that $00,000 Uio additional sum of be appropriated for Uie current fiscal year and for each succeeding year for the benefit $33,000 of the State University and more each year for tho Eastern Kentucky Normal School, and 123,000 more each year for the Western Kentucky Normal School. proA bill Introduced In Uie Senate, viding for Uie consolidaUon of trust comwas passed. panies, Operating under merger of its provisions the proposed the Columbia and Fidelity Trust companies of Louisville may be effected. Senator Hogg's measure, calling for the establishment of a Game and' Fish Commission, was passed by a voto of twenty-eigh- t to two. The Kentucky Fish and Game Association backed the requires that resident hunbill, which ters snail pay an annual gun tax of $1, Proand foreign hunters a 115 tax. ceeds will bo used to defray Uio expense of tho commission and for Uie establishment of fish hatcheries. Senators Bale and Scott voted against the bill. Senator Huffuker took the gavel when itself Into Comthe Senate resolved mittee of tho Whole for the purpose of considering proposed amendments to the Civil Code, President McDermott Kentucky is behind in lis said that methods of legal procedure, and urged (hat the State revise tho code to meet changed condlUons. Senator Bertram introduced a bill to appropriate 15,000 for repairing Uie old Stato Capitol. Senator Chapman proposed a measure making counUes that take over county roads liable for that road's debts. Tho bill Introduced in the Senate, by $10 monthly Senator Glenn, providing pensions for Indigent Confederate soldiers, or their widows, and which passed the upper branch, was voted through th House this morning. It was amended by Representative Keller, striking out the section providing that veterans who have reached the age of 66 sliall be considered disabled and elglble to draw pensions. He further amended Uie bill so that It I7.-Tflfty-Uire- "v. it. stuiius. i at Col. Roosevelt's offices out during his nbsence on u trip for here lloston. It Is unexpectedly Ullcf, hut definite. It follows: "New York, Fib. 21. 19K.Ociitlcmen: I your letter, and I deeply appreciate realize to tho full tho heavy responsibility It puts upon me, expressing ns It does considered convictions of tho carefully tho men dieted by popular voto to stand .us tho heads of government In their several States. "I absolutely ngreo with you that this matter Is not 0110 to bo dcilded wRh any referenco to tliu jwrsonnl preferences or "HEI5UERT H. HADLEY. "Tho Hon. Tlicodorc ltouscvelt, Now York City." Efforts of Col. Itoosevclt's friends to in duco IJm to make an carllur declaration of his attitude on the presidential question had been unavailing. His laconic re in Clovdand last to a friend mark Wednesday night that "My hat Is in the ring you will havo my answer Monday," wns the first real Indication that ho hail nnswer to tho In mind nn affirmative Governors' Icttur. Upon promise that tho n amal reply would bo given out army of newspaper .men gnthcred nt the Colonel's offices early In the ovenlng. Sou retnry Prank Harper met tho reporters punctually nnd gave out the correspondence without comment. Ho raid ho wns In no position to comment, and, in view of the nuthor's absence In I'oston, whero he will spend several days. It w.is Impossible to got nn elaboration of Uio stat incuts made In the letter. Interests of any tnan.but purely from tho standpoint of tho Interests of the people ns a. whole. I will accept tho nomination for President If It Is tendered to me.and TROOPS MAY YET INVADE MEXICO I will adhere to this decision until the convention has expressed Its preference. "Ono of tho chief principles for which liavo stood ind for which 1 now atund, Neutral Zone' Along Line to Be In and which I havo always endenvored and sisted on By President always shall endeavor to reduce to action Is tho gcnulno rulo of tho people, uihI Taft. therefore I hope that so bo given tho chancer tho iwopto may through direct prlmniies to cxpiess thuir Washington, D. C, February 21. Deter iireferenco as to who sliall be the noml- - mined tliat no more American lives shall neo of tho Republican presidential conven bo, sacrificed as a result of fighting on tho Iton. Very truly yours. . border, United States tho Mexican TiiKODOui: rooshvei.t. troops along tho Hlo Grande were re"The Hon. William 12. Glosacock.Gov-crno- r inforced today and orders were given Virginia, that of tho Stato .. of West firing American territory Into V. Vn. Charleston, even though it bo must bo stopped, "The Hon. Chester II. AJdrlch, dover-no- r necessary to cross tho boundary line of tho State of Nebraska, Lincoln, to enforce compliance. sweeping that Neb. Tho order, the most "The Hon. Robert P. Hass, Goiernor has gone out from Uie Whlto House In of 'tho Stato of New Hauipshlre.Concord, tho present situation, was Issued after a JS H. conference between President Taft, The Hon. Joseph M. Curey, Govorno of War SUmson and Acting Secre of tho Stato of Wyoming, Cheyenne. tary of Stato Huntington Wilson. Vyo. In addition to sending another regi"The Hon. Cliaso 8. Osborn, Governor ment of Infantry and three batteries of Lansloi;. field artillery to tho Mexican line, order of the State of Michigan, Mich. commander were Issued to division "Tho Hon. W. It. Stubbs, Governor of throughout the country to hold their tho State of Kansas, Topcku, Kan. to move at a commands In readiness "The Hon. Herbert 8. Hadley, Hover-no- r moment.'s-'Tiotlc- e. of tho State of Missouri, Jefferson. The acute situation In Mexico has CUy, Mo. had tho effect of putting the army The above named Governors assembled establishment In a high state of preat Chicago two weeks ago and drafted a paredness and mobilisation on the Rio loiter of Col. lloosevelt, asserting that Grande could bo effected quickly it the there was a popular demand for him to occasion arose. bo President again, and urging him to it Is unTho Mexican Government, declare himself as to whether he would derstood, will be advised of the intenaccept the Ilepubllcan nomination If "It tion of tho United States to prevent nt fame unsolicited and unsought." all hazards a repetition of tho casualFor two weeks Col. Roosevelt "considered ties duo to stray bullets coming across the letter, indicating plainly that ho had tho line, which marked the fighting no intention of making a hasty reply. during the Madcro" revolution at several Tho Governors' letter follows: towns along tho border, "Chicago. Feb. 10, ISIS. We, the under A neutral zono along tho border will signed llcpubllcun Governors, assembled be insisted upon In which fighting must for tho purpose of considering what will cease. This zono Uie United States Inrespected, as evidenced .best Insure the continuation of tho Re- tends to have publican party as a useful agency of good by today's White House conference an1 Government, declare It our belief, after resulting orders. a careful Investigation of the facts, that SOLDIEUS START TO FRONT. a large majority of tho Ilepubllcan voter San Antonio, Tex February 21. twenty four hours Uie enUre of the couutry favor your nomlnatlon.and Within Regiment of Infantry, a largo majority of tho people favor your Twenty-secon- d election as tho next President of tho and one battalllon of Artillery stationed United States. at Fort Sam Houston wjll be en rou,te to will El Paso, Tex., to assist In enforcing "Wo believe that your candidacy Insure success in tho next campaign. We neutrality laws and It necessary to believe that you represent, as no other Invade Mexico. Telegraphic Instructions man represenls.Uioso principles and poli- were cecelved from the War Departcies upon wluch we must appeal for a ment lato today dlreotlng the troop majority of the votes of the American movement. The stock train of jthe tntontr people, and which, In our opinion, aro regiment was the first of tho six trains V necessary for the Happiness and pros necessary to transport Uie troops to get under way. It left lato tonight. Two of the country. Infantrymen will "We believe that In view of this publlo trains carrying the ,' demand you should soon declare whether, leave early tomorrow and the artillery ' ' lfnth nomination for the Presidency come will entrain tomorrow night or early ... '."W. Ill ' UnsOllClieu aim uusuuijiii.yuu win Monday morning. The run to El Paso ftQ J9PX xaccst it. will be made In about thirty liours. "' T-submitting this request we aro not IMA .1 It Is told of a clock la Brussels that ooBsiuering your personal micro-i- -. proper to consider It' has nover been wound' by human do not regard It as either the Interests or the preference of hand. It is kept going, by he wind. Soe-rcta- tho best suited and Uio arrangements wore mado to hold it there. Leaguo agreed Tho convention X.9 IN ROAD SITUATION Install 3,000 chairs, which will pro Vide seating capacity for tho 2,400' delegates, and leavo Cod room for visitors. Tho platform will bo nt tlto Association for Highway Ira. west sldo of the building, where it was located last year, f9 but will provement Gets Many mado in the form ot a Phoenix Hill Park was reserved not Importunities. only for April 10, which will bo the dato of the convention, but for April : 11, so that If tho convcnUon did not Changing Convention Hall. Tho movement for better roads Chicago, February 21. Consideration throughout tho country is proving In finish Its business In ono day, the delegates will havo tho hall for a second of tho architect's plans for rearranging tcrcstlng to- - banks which aro now tlie Coliseum for the Republican NaUonal seeking Information rojatlng to financ- day's deliberations. Convention to bo held hero next June, ing road Improvements in various secPensioners in Kentucky. occupied a major part of the time of the tions nnd tho effect of such Improveon arrangements of tho ment on lalues of property and the The following statistics in regard io Republican NaUonal Comtultteo in Its volume of business. Many calold tho Kentucky pension agency has boin meeting hero today. by tho Pension Bureau All tho members culations based on values In various furnished to of", the commlttco aro optimistic regardsections have been altered by tho Congress. ing the handling of Uie great crowd that good roads movement. One pension agent at $1,000, one will attend. every Leo McClung, treasurer "Wo nro making of tho Uni- chief clerk nt $l,S0O, two clerks at effort to urrango the Hall conveniently." ted States, Is also treasurer the $1,200, three clerics at $1,110, one clerk of Highway at $1,0S0, ono clerk at $960, ono clerlt Chairman Harry S. New said. "I r.m American Association for sure tho accommodations will bo better Improvement, received at $S13; amount paid out in pensions which lias from banks. Mr. Mc during fiscal year ending atrthls convention than they ever have many Inquiries June SOth, why been. Wo have profited by tho cxpe'rl-enc- o Clung recently explained the 1911. $l,20L533.90, number of pension attenof two conventions In tho Coliseum road Improvement Is attracting crs June DOth, 1911, 21,234; number of nnd there will bo no room for crltlclHTi tion of financial instltuUons. pensioners June SOth, 1910, 21,933. of tlio accommodations.'' "Last year," said Mr. McClung, "tlio expenditures for road improvement Attention. Republicans. aggregated $112,000,000 in the several To Swim English Channel. In another column In this issue of The states. A large part of this great out- Republican Boston, Mass., Fob. 21. Miss Rase will bo found tho official lay was represented by State, County Pltonoff, the girl swimmer, call for tho Republican Stato Conventownsshlp bonds. Financial trans- tion, which meets in Louisville on April has signed contracts to mako nn nttemp and magnitude must con- 10. The county conventions to swim tho English Channel early this actions of such will meet cern our banking Institutions. If the on Saturday April 0, summer. Miss ritonoff, who claims t and the meeting in money securities are sound and tho be the chnmpjon woman swimmer of tho Ohio county will be hold at 1 p. m. at realized from tlienil s expended wiseworld, will sail In June. the Court House. ly nnd economically in needed im provements they constitute excellent Investments. WILL CLOSE BIG -NEW YORKER HAS "Bankers should Join in the move COAL DEAL SOON ment not merely for bettgr roads but EYES ON HARTFORD also for such efficient road administration as will prevent wastefulness and loss of road revenues. We need a 5,000 Acres Near Providence' Will great deal ot reform In our methods Saw Copy of Out Industrial Ed of handling roud rovenues, and in this Go to Eastern Capital- ition and Wants to Know respect tho knowledge and oxperlenco of tlio men who are trained in matters ts. . About Schools. of finance can be of great help. Republicarried an emergency clauso cans voted against It almost solidly. Tho "Teachers' Pension Bill," Introduced by Representative Knight In tlio Homo nnd by Senator Ncwcomb In the Senate was passed by .tho lower lipase. The bill provides Uint teachers in cities of tho first class may crcato nnnultles for tho benefit of tlio ages, disabled dlteased or retired teachers, such ann'i-Itlc- s to bo contributed to by teachers themselves. BANKS INTERESTED semi-circl- e. ' :V rrovlden'ce, "Ky.t Feb. 2S. One of the largest coal land manipulations in during the last Kentucky flvo years In a few days will be cousumated when the opUons on 5,000 acres of coil mining rights will be closed and 0 will be paid tho various individual owners. The names of the purchasers are being withheld until Uio money has changed hands, but many of the farmers, who do not even know to whom they are selling, believe that $300,-00- Eastern capitalists are playing strong hand In the game. Tho options on this territory, which lays between Providence, In Webster county, and Dalton, in southwestern Hopkins county, wero brought in by a over two years ago. French syndicate Included in Uiis, tho The 5,000 acres first transaction of the syndicate, is but a small part of the area which the French syndicate is reported to havo optioned. "Just as an llulstration of tho effect of good roads on local securities," conIntinued Mr. McClung. "I have been formed that in the Shenandoah Valley tho banks rarely make loans on real estate unless It is located on a pike, so closely has the Idea ot a good road and good security become associated. A phase of the good road situation but little noticed was brought out some time ago in a review of trade conditions In whlcA It was stated that the stringency of the money market was a mono largely due to the slow collec t of 5,000 acres," "This first section said Mr. Edwards, of Providence, "is merely the first installment of UUes to be completed and approved. The other sections of the field will be taken over and paid for as soon as the titles are in proper shape." socaliod French Tho action of the syndicate In taking over this property Is causing local operators to keep their ears close to the ground. That It vast development In .tho next few years to como is obvious and from reliable sources It Is hinted Uiat a new railroad lino will be built from Providence to Dawson Springs. busy have been Prospect drillers churning test holes In the opUoned field during Uie last year. The result has been tliat a tine grade of coal lias to run consistently been' discovered Springs. Dawson from Providence to According to estimates tho cost of production will be low. We have often called attention to the fact that the country newspaper is no't appreciated by many ot' our people and underrated by others. As an advertising medium for the Institutions and resources of any town or county the value of the local paper cannot be estimated without It property values would depreciate at least ona fourth, but this la never considered in Uie grudging support which Is doled out to the country newspaper by people of all classes. As a case in point we print tions roads below (at the risk of Incurring the disbecause of Impassable rather than to any form of commercial pleasure of the Hartford Herald) a unsoundness." letter from a gentleman at Auburn, New York, who has been attracted to our town, and school by a copy of our Banks Make Big Gains. ) Edition, which was issued Chicago, February 26. Chicago banks, Industrial last September. The letter follows: both National and State, today showed Auburn. N. Y Feb. 27, 1912. the best figures In their history. Cash Dear Sirs: deposits, officials sold, amounted to I receivd a copy of the Illustrated $1,000,000,000. banks about National Hartford Republican and looking over In the city, reporting their condition at Its pages I was Interested In the schools the close of business on Feb. 0, showed of your county. I do not understand deposits of 1488,000,000. amount This the grades, as In one place It speaks deIs $45,000,000 larger than the total of Hartford College and another ot the naUonal posits reported by Uie local Hartford High School. banks In their last published statements I am planning to move South for Uie on Dec. 5, and is .tho highest figure benefit of my health, and HAVE AN ever reached. EYE ON YOUR CITY, and take the liberty to ask you a few questions. I Conference for Education. ajn a, man of, family and have two girls, tell The next conference for Education In whom I wish to educate. Please and tho South will be held at Naahvllle.Tenn me all you can about Uie schools, April 3,. 4, and 5 next. The railroads what kind of work can be secured in rent have granted a rate of one and one half your town. What Is Uve houso fare plus fifty cents. .Tickets will be or could a small place, containing 15 on sale from March 30, to April 5 in- or 20 acres be secured near town? Is clusive, and will be good returning to there a business school in your city, or April 20. Tills will be ono of tlio great- connected with your college?. Am a temperate num. Use no tobacco. est educational gaUierlngs ever hejd In this country. Speakers of InternaUonal Attend, the M. E. Church. and reputations will be on the program. A I will Uiank you In advance, from would like a circular ot yoursclvool. large delegation should attend Yours truly, T. J. COATES, Kentucky. A. M. PALMER. State Supervisor of Rural Schools. Bank wiis. x, Phoenix Hill Park. Tho . Roosevelt Men Meet. 24. The Lexington, Ky., February Roosevelt men of Lexington and Fay ette County held a meeting At tho Phoenix Hotel today and heard reports from workers of growing sentiment for the Colonel in this county.. Leslie Combs, former minister to Peru, detlie fusion organisation of nounced Lexington for its alleged Interference In behalf of President Taft. ' 'erjty 'u -- "l ... Judge Birkliead has decided the case Louisville, Ky., Feb. 26.-of Alvln Rowe, ot ul vs. Meclo Mad-doState Convention which was In favor of tho bonk. called to be hold In Louisville, Ap:'ll The defendant sought to havo cancell- 10, will be held again at PJioenU ed her mortgage to secure 13,600 of her Hill Park. tho for Arrangements Is husbands debts, but the mortgage place ot holding the meeting and other upheld by tho petition filed. at a conference wore made details this morning betwoen Secretary Alvls repCow Estrayed. S. Bennett and Charles L. Boholl, Committed, Republcan resenting the in Esrtayed from my residence February 21, 1912, one small and Denny B. Goode, representing the Publicity ConvenUon tnd black milch cow. Marked wlUi smooth Louisville Hjorns League. In oach ear, crop and underblt After discussing the availability cf show her age to be about 6 or 6 yours. various convention halls In Louisville, of toll.' Very short bush on end " Phoenix 1U11 was decided tliat they HILAS BOSKETT. , , - STOCK PEAS. for salrii Hartford Nice WklMorwillSMd Peas by BLACK ft BIRKHEAD. m VI M T 1 l l FOOLVfl FUME HIJW r by LOUIS JOSEPH VANG y j2. RLDSTRATIOKSBY' BLLSWORTB'OTOOs SYNOPSIS. COFYRtCHTlK) IQUIJOSEPH JSMjCfr r X$&fS ) story opens at CHAPTER Monte Carlo with Col. Terence O'Hourke In his hotel. O'lloiirko. a military fre lance nnd something of a gambler. Is dressing for appearance In tho restaunnt below when the sound of a girlish voUe Leaning singing attracts his attention. out on the balcony he sees a beautiful disappears, lie rushes girl who suddenly to the corridor to seo a neatly gowned form enter the elevator and pass from I.-- Tho tight. tl CHAPTER mind. Is filled with thoughts or the girl, and when he goes to the gaming table he allows his remarkable winnings to accumulate Indifferently. He notices two men watching him. One Is the Hon. Bertie Glynn, while his companion Is Viscount Des Trcbcs, a noted duelist. When O'Rourko leaves the table the viscount tells him he represents the French government and that he has been directed to O'Hourke as a man who would undertake a secret mission. CHAPTER IIT.-- At his room O'Rourke, who had agreed to undertake the mission, awaits tho viscount. O'Rourke finds a mysterious letter In his npartment. Tha viscount arrives, hands a sealed package to O'Rourke. who Is not to open It until on the ocean. He savs the French government will pay O'Rourke 23,000 francs for his services. A pair of dainty slippers are seen protruding from under a doorway curtain and the viscount charges O'Rourke with having a spy secreted tfiere. CHAPTER TV. When the Irishman goes to his room he finds there the owner of the mysterious feet. It Is his wife, Beatrix, from whom he had run away a year previous. They are reconciled, and opening the letter he had received, he finds that a law firm In Rangoon. India, offers him 100,000 pounds for an Indian Jewel known as the Pool of Flame and left to him by a dying friend. O'Rourke tells his wife that It Is In the keening of a friend named Chnmbret In Algeria. CHAPTER V. O'Rourke Is forced to fight a duel with the viscount. The braggart nobleman Is worsted In the combat and acts tho poltroon. CHAPTER IX. Shortly before midnight tho train from Constantino to Algiers pulled up over an hour late at the town of ElGuerrah. It took up a single passenger, discharged none, and r r that prevented ejection. Other hands were rifling his pockets, swiftly but after a bungling fash-IoThe train, having paused briefly nt Setlf (ho afterwards located tho began to station by conjecture), was presently again, in move full thundering flight. Abruptly tho examination of his person which was so thorough that it included tho opening of his shirt to assure the thieves that he carried noths ing in the shape of a concluded and the adventurer was roughly jerked into a sitting position. At the same time his gag was removed. He gasped, blinked, coughed, and rolled a resentful eye around the compartment. "Be the powers!" he said huskily; and no more. At first glance it became apparent that he had miscalculated the audacity and resource of the vlcomte and Mr. Glynn. They had literally caught him napping. The Honorable Dertle, O'Rourke kneeling in the act of turning the adventurer's traveling gear inside out; at least, he seemed to be try ing to do so. Monsieur lo Vlcomte des Trebes on the contrary was seated at ease, facing O'Rourke.a revolver on tho cushion beside Mm, bis interest concentrated not upon his captive, upon his collaborator. O'Rourke remarked an expression on the French- mans race, a curious compouna oi eagerness, triumph and apprehension. Without noting the Irishman's he addressed Glynn: "Find it?" "No worse luck!" grumbled the Englishman, rising and kicking the hand-basavagely. "There isn't so much as a scrap of paper anywhere about him." Tho vlcomte favored O'Rourke with a vicious glance, muttering something about a thousand dovlls. The Irishman, quick to grasp the situation and Inwardly exulting, acknowledged Des Trebes attention with a winning nioney-belt-wag xUH.BHfr WsEKWtfJ 55E-CV-"-' I nipt nor thieves urea rn i? nnr, misquoted O'Rourke solemnly. "Steady. Don't call names or I'll forget tncself. I mean that tho letter Is In fragments, scattered to the four winds of heaven, destroyed. Tbcro yo have your answer. Yo fools, did yo think I would carry It about me?" "Dy God!" said Glynn tenrely. "No don't shoot hlra, Dos Trebcsl He's telling tho truth. Make him tell what was in tho letter." "I'm afraid 'tis useless," O'Rourko mocked them. "I have forgotten tho contents. What use to me to remember?" ho demanded, Inspired. "What mado yo think I would havo It at all? Sure, and the letter was properly Chambret's. Why would I not turn it over to him?" "Oh, cut it!" Glynn Interrupted impatiently. "Wo know he's dead. Tho news was hellographcd in from tho column day before yesterday." "Quite so. Yet, If ye know so much, If as I gather ye suspect that Cham-bre- t turned over this precious Jewel to me, why do yo not demand it ns well as the letter? Not that I havo either." "Because wo Jolly well know Vou haven't got tho ruby," blurted tho Englishman. "Be quiet!" snapped the vlcomte. "Quite right," echoed O'Rourko with assumed indignation. "Be quiet, Bar-tVChildren should bo seen and not heard. Mind your uncle." And, "Oho!" ho commented to himself. "And they knew I didn't havo the Pool of Flame! Ob, faltb, 'tis Let me think. lust bluffing they are!" e. J T-CC- Caa4 r 111. Uaoo nwa C1s OLUUV TahiV lUUIt Dr. Hess Ati & UII Thraa Ma tit he 1 ill WW niuimu Test at Our Expense. Clark. This is what Dr. Hess & Clnrk write us, and wo stand ready to make pood that Ruarnntee to the letter. If it doesn't pay, return to us the empty packages and we will refund your money. Feedinjr Dr. Hess Stock Tonic is just like applying fertilizer to the soil. Fertilizer makes th soil yield; Dr. Hess Stock Tonic makes the digestive organs convert more feed into growth. Sometimes 50 per cent, of the food a healthy animal eats is found undigested in tho manure. If this wasn't true how could wc fatten our hogs on the corn that passes through the other stock undigested? Feeding medicinal ingredients will reduce this waste. Every medical writer in the universe says so. Saving a part of tho wasted nutrition by increasing digestion is known ns the Dr. Hess Idea of Stock feeding. Get this idea firmly in your mind. Do not allow the system to waste half of your feed save a part of this waste. Every particle you save means profit to yourself. ' ? Hundreds of Herds Made Immune from Bib Socalled Hon Cliolera Epidemic by Feeding Dr. Hess Stock Tonic. -- Dr. Hess & Clark are having hundreds of letters from stockmen all over the corn belt that arc saving their herds from the ravages of the Hog Cholera Epidemic by feeding Dr. Hess Stock Tonic and disinfecting the pens'and sleeping quarters with Dr. Hess Dip & Disinfectant. is guaranteed to cure poultry ills and make hens lay. It has A UUlll y A ail"aa,iCBct the same growth and egg producting function as Dr. Hess Stock Tonic. One extra egg will pay for all the a hen eats in three months. PniiHrir Pan. a. Pan-a-ce-- a Instant Louse Killer Kills Lice. ... ejec-ulatlo- n, Emile. "Good evening," he said, and nodded amiably. "Oh, They Had Literally Caught Him ping. Nap- presently thundered on westwards, rocking and jarring over a road-becertainly no better than It should have been. Such, at least, was the passenger's criticism, as, groaning In anticipation of the long night of discomfort ahead of him, he disposed himself and bis belongings about the cushions compartment which of the first-clas- s ho occupied in solitary grandeur. O'Rourke bad no Intention of leaving anything undone that might tend to mitigate tho terrors of the journey. Five days had elapsed since that morning in the oasis. In the Interval he had again dared the danger of the desert, returning to DIskra alone by a route more direct than that which had 'brought him up with the flying column. Discharging tho guide with a gratuity larger tfean his ebbing means warranted, be bad proceeded to ElGuerrah by the first dally train, and so now found himself on tho direct dine of communication with Algiers and the Governor-General- . Ills chlefest concern now lay with ,tho future and tho Pool of Flame; both bulked largo upon the horizon and were at once tho architects and the nuclei of a thousand different plans of actio So far, the affair had worked smoothly; he anticipated little trouble. So thinking he drowsed, and in tho course of time lulled by tho hammering of a at tho forward end of the coach, fell asleep. Ho wakened suddenly after a nap of somo two hours or so, to a confusion of impressions: that tho train had stopped; that some one had Invaded his compartment; that a cold blast wassblow-in- g across his wrists. Uowlldered and not half master of his senses, ho started up and fell back with a thud, assisted to resumo a recumbent position by a heavy blow upon his chest, delivered by some person for tho moment Simultaneously he was unknown. uwaro of a clicking sound, followed by the sensation of being unablo to move bis feet; and then, the clouds clearing from his understanding, he realized that the cold upon his wrists was that of steel. With handcuffs also on bis ankles, be lay helpless, unable even ,to protest because of a cloth wadded Jhtly into his mouth and a firm hand d flat-whe- able Bertie, unhandsomely. "Where's that letter?" O'Rourke chuckled. "Ye'ro a hard loser, mo bright young friend," he commented. "I though Englishmen always played the game as It laid." Glynn grunted and flushed, shamefaced, but the Frenchman cut short the retort on his lips by a curt repetition of Glynn's own question: "Where's that letter, monsieur?" O'Rourke glanced at hlra languidly, yawned, and smiled an exasperating strictly personal smile. Then significantly be clinked the handcuffs until they rang on wrist and ankle. "Answer me!" snarled the vlcomte, picking up his revolver. "Dlvvle a word," observed O'Rourke, "will ye get from me If ye shoot me dead, monsieur le vlcomte. Put down your pistol and be sensible." face darkened, sufDes Trebes fused with the blood of his rage. Yet the man asserted that admirable control of self which he was able to employ when it suited his purposes. Evidently, too, he recognized the cold common-sensof the wanderer's remark. At all events he put aside the weapon. "Where's the letter?" he demanded again, more pacifically. Again O'Rourke yawned with malice prepense, yawned deliberately and dispassionately. exhaustively and "Not a word," he volunteered at length, "until ye loose me hands and feet. Which," he added, "ye need not hesitate to do, for I'll not strike back unless ye crowd me." The vlcomte scowled darkly for a' moment, plainly dubious. Then presumably upon the consideration that bo could trust O'Rourke'a word and that most assuredly he would learn nothing from him until his request was complied with, ho growled an order to Glynn to unlock and remove the handcuffs. The Englishman obeyed. Free, O'Rourke stretched himself, rubbed his wrists, and observed a collection of his pocket hardware lying upon the seat by alni, thrown asldo by Glynn in his disgust at not finding what he sought. "Yo'll not be wanting to deprive roo of these few trifles, me gay highwaymen, I'm thinking?" he Inquired placidly of tho pair, "If ye've no objection I'll make so free as to take back mo own." "Tako what you want," returned Dos Trebes in an ugly tone. "But I give you threo minutes to tell me where you havo put that letter." "Indeed? Your courtesy overpowers mo." The Irishman took up his watch and calmly mado a note of the hour hard upon three In tho morning; then, with easy nonchalance stowed it away with the rest of the miscellaneous collection the knives, coins and keys, his wallet, tickets and so forth. "Your time," tho voice of the vlcomte interrupted this occupation, "is up." He fingered bis revolver "Whero is that letter? I am losing patience."1 "WUero rust nor moth cannot cor-- . e shut up!" snapped the Honor- "You say," tho vlscomte continued slowly and evenly, "you've destroyed tho letter." O'Rourke took up pipe and tobacco. "I told ye," he replied, filling the bowl, "that the letter was Now, me man," he continued, with an imperceptible change of tone, "drop tho bluff. Turn that pistol away from me. Well I know that ye won't shoot, for If ye did yo would put beyond your reach forever the Information that would win ye the reward always providing ye had got possession of the ruby, be hook or crook. 'Twould be crooks, I'm thinking." Ho lit a match and applied tho flame to the tobacco. "There's me last word on tho subject," ho added Indistinctly, puffing and eyeing tho pair through the cloud of smoke. The revolver waved In the vlcomto's hand; he was livid with passion and disappointed, yet amenable to reason. Glynn bent and whispered briefly in his ear, and the Frenchman, nodding acquiescence, laid aside his weapon. The Honorable Bertie continued to advise with him' in whispers until O'Rourke, though quite at loss to understand this phase of the affair, saw that their attention was momentarily diverted and, with a swift movement, leaned over, snatched up the revolver and, with a flirt of his hand, flung It out of tho window. Glynn started back with an oath, his hand going toward his pockot; but O'Rourke promptly closed with him. A breath later a Becond pistol was ejected from the carriage and the Englishman was sprawling over the knees of the vlcomte. They disengaged themselves and, mad with rage, started up to fall upon I and exterminate tho wanderer. think It must havo been the very Impertinence of his attitude that made them pause In doubt, for he had resumed his seat as calmly as though nothing at all had happened and was pulling soberly at his pipe. As they hesitated he removed tho latter from his lips and gestured airily with the stem. "Sit yo down," he invited them, "and take it easy, me dear friends. The mischief's done, and naught that ye can do will repair it. Faith, I said I'd not strike back unless ye crowded me. I remember me words to the letter. Your guns made a crowd out of this happy reunion. I've merely dispensed with them; I call yo both to witness that yo have neither of ye suffered. Sure, I'm as peaceable as any lamb. Sit down, sit ye down and take it like little men. The situation's unchanged, save that I've put temptation out of your reach." And as they wavered, plainly of two minds, O'Rourke clinched the argument of his attitude. "I beg to call your attention," he remarked, "to the fact that ye have left me own brace of revolvers here at me feet, when ye so joyously turned me bag inside out I'm not touching them, mind ye, but mind ye further: I'll brook no nonsense. If ye make a move as If to attack me, I'll . . . Thero! That's much better. Wise lads, ye are, both of ye: graceful in defeat Let me see: We've a long ride together, though ye did come uninvited. I trust ye will help me beguile the tedium with society chatter, me friend," with a twinkle at the discomfited vlcomte. "I'm in danger of forgetting me manners. Pardon me, I pray, but but I trust your nose is convalescing?" In high feather with' himself, O'Rourke entertained his companions with a running &rp of pleasantries for tho balance of the darkened hours. And ho touched both more than once of his wit and with the rapler-poln- t irony, and had the pleasure of seeing both squirm in impotent rago. They cut wretched figures, two against one, yet failures, while he taunted them in one breath, with the next declared himself their captive. Toward the end the reserve which the vlcomte Imposed upon the Honorable Bertie was worn down: the Englishman turned with raw nervea upon bis tormentor. "You damned ass!" be stammered, all but Incoherent "You sit there and and gloat, damn you I Whea all the tlmo we've got the upper band!" "Be quiet!" interposed the vlcomte. "I won't I "raged the honorable. "H non-existe- Ohio County Drug Company, INCOKl'OllATBI) KA!Rnr FLORID, thinks hlmseir so inreifiaTTy clever! What 'dyou say, you Irish braggart. If I told you you'd never seo tho Pool of Flamo again?" "I'd say," returned O'Rourke, "that you were cither lying or a fool. In cither case a fool. If, as yo seem to bo trying to mako mo believe which I don't for one lnytant ye haTo succeeded in stealing tho Pool of Flame, I'll hunt tho pair of yo to the ends of the earth, if need bo." He eyed them reflectively during a moment or two made interesting by Glynn's desperato attempts to blurt out indiscretions against tho prohibition of the vlcomte: something which tho older man enforced crudely by clapping his hand across the Englishman's mouth, as well as by whispering savagely in his ear. "But there'll be no need," continued tho Irishman, when Glynn was anlm. "Let's consider the matter dispassionately, presupposing that ye havo tho stono. Well, what then? Yo dare not attempt to sell It 'twould result In Instant detection. It would not pay yo to havo It secretly cut up lntd smaller stones the loss In value would be stupendous, tho whole not worth your while, as I say. Yo cannot tako tho Pool of Flame (don't get excited: I'm not going to tell yo where) to cljra tho reward, for ye don't know whero to o. 'TIs a white jlephant It would bo on your hands." "It does not seem to strike monsieur that there are other ways of andlng out who offers tho reward," :he vlcomte suggested icily. "I can see ye wandering around ask ing somebody please to relieve yo of the Pool of Flame and pay ye a com mission. I wonder how long ye think ye'd last. But tls no use trying to hoodwink me: I don't bellevo one word ye Bay. I'll wait until I find out the truth before I bother meseit witn ye." Their persistence in hinting that they had gained possession of tho ruby perplexed and discomfited him He did not believe it; 'twas Incon celvable: yet he bad known stranger things to happen. Still, without a clue, to have stumbled upon the secret, to have made off with it from under the very nose of the Governor-GeneraNo; it waa not reasonable to ask him to believe all that Nevertheless, when he arrived at Algiers, his anxiety had grown so overpowering that he called a cab and to desired to be conveyed post-hastthe Palace de la Government l! e KENTUCKY. THROUGH STREETS X NUDE GIRL RUSHED Spectacle Seen by Large Crowd Till Policeman Drapes Her. Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 20 .As lightly clail us was Lady (iodha on tho diy of her famous rhlc through Cm entry. a hnndsomu Mailo ritmkftt, girl through rushed with blood flowing from ti wound in her head. Tho young woman ran for bovend blocks, vhllo crowds 0:1 tho nvldly, and ut her heels gazed until she met a policeman in front of argument? And wo may add, with all modesty, 's nu automobile garage. As tho un- - that it was given to tho Evening Post arms ilosul about the draped girl nnd as ho forced Jier In to be tho first to mako this poslllou to tho gningo sho "A fat clear. Tho Chicago Kxuilng l'ost. Hide-walpolice-Hum- Weekly underColllir' understood. situation as Mr. takes to stnto the lloosoM'lt's friend si 0 It: Itoo.eM'lt I deslnd by moro voters than any other ltepubllcitn progreslo. except Republican Ho Is tho only Hughes who could urn on cqtut terms k against Wilson. It would bo unbecoming In ldm to seek the nominal Ion, but It Is not uuhcL'oinlng in him to yield to nn unmlstukablo public wUh. His swceWng lnngutiRe In refusing a third term was wiltten In lov of what ulono was then under discussion a third consecutive term. A third term hns no dangers. Washington would hao-takeono If ho had would h.no not been tired. Urnnt rtiehed ono if his scioud term had contained less tcamlal. Is there any lack of clearness In this 1 scrcunnd: (To bo continued.) t Beware of Ointment for Catarrh that Contains Mercury. tho As mercury will surely destioy sonso of smell and completely dcrnngo entering It when tho whole system through tho mucous surfaces. Such aron ticles should never lo used except prescriptions from rcputablo physicians, as tha dainago tliey will do Is ton fold derive to tho good you can possibly thorn. Hull's Catarrh Cure, manufrom factured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken In ternally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. In bo suro buying Hull's Catnuli Cmo you get tho genuine. It is taken internally und muilo In Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. TcKtUmonluls flee. Sold by druggists. 1'iicc, "5c, per but-tie. man Idt mo; a fut man knocked me in tha head with a beer bottle!" A great crowd surged into tho gur-ngdisappointed but tho policeman tho spectators by quickly draping the girl In a great tarpaulin which left only her head exposed. Then ho called an nmbulauco and scut her to hospital, Bho was whero tho city found not to bo dangerously wounded. Tho patient couldn't remember tho namo of her alleged assailant but the trail of blood she left In her raco through tho streets led tho officers to bacha room In tho most prominent elor apartment houso in Atlanta. In tho room they found every stitch of clothing belonging to tho girl und a man's derby lint on tho bed with "It. I C." on tho Inner band. With tho hat us a clew detectives I... Carter, who Is arrested ltobcrt ono of tho secretaries of Mayor Winn, of Atlanta, and a son of tho private secretary of United States Senator Iloko Smith. Young admitted Carter tho girl had been In his room, but denied that Ho said sho danced ho had hit her. before 1dm, and in tho course of her gyrations sho struck her head against a piece of furnlturo and ruslicd tin clad into tho sticet. Carter says sho was excited by clmmpagne. - 'Miss I'lunkctt's parents lho in lllrmlng-hae, ear, in many pans of tho country, thousands arc driven from their dlsoastvs. homes by coughs und lung Friends nnd business urn left behind for other cllmutc.s. but this Is costly und nut always sure. A belter way to uso tho way of multitudes-- Is Dr. King's New l)lcovery nnd cuio yourwith self at home. Stay right there, your friends, nnd take this safo medicine. Throat nnd lung troubles find quick relief arid health returns. Its help is coughs, colds, grip, croup.whoop- Ingcough and soro lungs make It a pos itive blessing. :,Oc and I.W. Trial J drl by tlo free. Guaranteed all gists. I'very Many Driven from Homo. Discharge in Bankruptcy. In tho district Court of tho Unlbl States, for Uie Western District Kentucky, Owcnsboro Division, In Bonfl ruptcy. In tho matter of Marion W. Craig Uankrupt. On this 2lBt day of February A. D., 1917, on considering tho petition of tho aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, filed on tho 17th day of February A. V.. 1912 it is ordered by tho court that a hearing bo had upon tho Haino on the 13th day of April A. 1)., 1912 beforo said couit ut Federal Court Hall at Ky., In said district at W o'clock, In tho forenoon, or us near thereto ns practicable, nnd that iiotlco thereof bo published ono tlmo In Unit ford Hepubll-caa, newspaper t, printed In Raid und that ull known creditors and other pcisons in Interest may appear at said tlmo und place and show cause, if any they linve, 'why tho prayer of Raid petitioner should not bo grunted. "WITNESS tho Hoiumblo AValtor Judgo of said Couit, and tho seat thereof, at Owonsboro, Kentucky, In Bald district, on tho 21st day of Pobru n, dls-trlcHv-nn- s, Curtcr against Is under bond 1dm will not tho girl leaves and tho enso bo heurd until tho hospital. For ojiJy $2..05 you can gat Tho Han'jfonl Ilnjiubliaui,, Thio FUrmor & Stockman. Ttio Poou)ki4 Moru'iuly oao your nodi and a full also 16x20 bray- on omlangjeonoiit' HL1 out tho cour. pon .wiMch uiixurs In this pa-pa- 27flf. The Position of Roosevelt Made ary Clear, Whatever an Individual's opinion cf Mr. ltoosovclt's desirability as a candidate may be, ho owes It to himself to grasp tho ltoosevolt situation clearly. Tako Hall's Family Pills for constipa- Thero uro too many men und they nro ' tion. not all of them talking in buiberuhops cither who aro repeating parrotllko tho A Wonderful Offer. grossost absurdities regurdlng tho Presi a Road liie BJg Offer of Tho Itapub-ca- u dential situation. nothing now, of courso, and on another tpag) of jLliis lasuo This is wherein you am cut this ixuiw, Tom thero is somo Justification for a certain amount of confusion. Poo-piFarmer & Stockman and tho tho lloosovelt position, ycairuach, Nevertheless, Popular Monthly, one and a full sl&a 16x20 crayon ualairgo-me- asldo from all question of Its merits, Is perfectly slniplo and ought to bo better 2?U ALL for ?2.05. es at A. 1)., 1912. A. G. ltONAI.I), Clerk. M. K. DUNN, Deputy Clork. Gt-iiiar- n Cry According to science, nro Uio thlhe associated with our eaily homo life, such as llucklcn'a Arnica Salvo, that mother or grandmother used to euro our buniB, bolls, Bcalds, sores, skin eruptions, cuts, sprulna or bruises, FoVjy yeuis of cures provo Its merit. Unrivaled for plies, corns or cold sores. Only 23 cents at all druggists. ni CASTOR1 A What wo Never Forget. FOR FLETCHER'S i -- iawrtfc- tr j" ...W'it-'- . ,SU,.7d j v OWENSBORO GIRL ELOPED ither of Bride, Mayor Lambert, Angry. Threatened Young Son-in-Law ltockport nnd nsked to speak to her laughter. At that hour, 2 p. m. Mr. nnd Mrs. Prultt wero out walking ovor then talked Mrs. Lambert tho city. and to Proprietor Doty of tlio hotel had him Inform tho newly weds of tho directed mayor's rage. Tho mother tho daughter to go to i:nnnvlllc for tho night Instead of returning home. Tho eloping couple arrived hero on traction car nnd went tho 0 o'clock Thcro they Vondome. direct to tho bridal registered nnd nsked for tho Informed It had alsulto nnd wro They took a ready been assigned. sulto on tho third floor. There, nfUr somo llttlo nenrch, they wcro located by reporters. After they linil dined, Mr. Prultt called up his father by telephone und talked to him. Tho elder Prultt who Is a furntturo dealer In Owensboro, parental blessing nnd extended his to como home, told the young couplo that tho doors of tho Prultt homestead Tlio elder Prultt wcro open to them. nlso told tho son that Mayor Lam-be- lt hael gotten back to earth again to the reconciled nnd was becoming elopement. back to Owensboro "Wo nro going nnd I am sure 1 can handle dud," said the pretty bride. "Wo decided on cir elopement last New Year's day nnd set tho ilato for tho first of March, but wo Just couldn't wait,'' she added with a soulful look towards her young FAIL TO PASS PENSION ACT Senator Bradley Voted Against Measure. Will Not Please the Old Soldiers, Who that tho looso nnd Indefinite phraseology of tho Democratic platform would result In somo such evasion of duty and obligation ns this. It Is particularly disappointing, however, to find such men an Terrell nnd Schobcrth, both of whom hae mndo n bid for recognition as progresskc, lcaderu, counted among the supporters of tho fair-mind- . ; Yellow Jacket Stingers. ; Chest Pains and Sprains Sloan's Liniment is an excellent remedy for chest and throat affections. It quickly relieves congestion and inflammation. A few drops in water used as a gargle is antiseptic and healing. " I hare lued Sloan'a Liniment for years and can testily to Its wonderful efficiency. 1 have uled it lor tore throat, croup, lame back and rheumatUm and in every case It gare instant relief." KEUECCA JANE ISAACS, Lucy, Kentucky. partisan bill. 500 Spectators Meet Couple May Feel Hurt. 12.-- Tho at Train. Zclla Ijimbcrt.ilnughterof Mayor Lambert, of Owensboro, tlie Owenfboro Inquirer Friday had tho follow Ihk: nlgiit After declaring on Wednesday tlint lio would "meet tlicm,!" meaning li)s daughter, Zolma and Cling. Prultt, morning, were on Wednesday who, upon mnrrlcil nt ltockport, Ind tlio of the S:33 o'clock nrrhnl "Texas" train this mornlnf;, Mnyor S. Ijunbert, being In n better state of mind, nnd having becomu moro reconciled, failed to iut In his appearance. Over l1i Iiersons KaUicred nt tlio delH)t to see happen whnt might when the newly-wed- s stepped from tlio tniln. It lerlinln wns one of tho luipplcst In occasions the lives of Charles Prultt nnd his young wife, Zellu jmx jbert Prultt: for ns they htepped from tho inrlor enr they .cro not only welcomed with the yell of the high school boys, but tho brldo nnd groom wero (jcorted to n hnck by Chief of Police Ocorgo F. ltcynolds, nnd Officers Jesj-Ilnrkcr, Itobert Wells nnd Jiunes McAfee, ns well ns J. D. I'rultt, father of tho newly made husband, Tho young couple had been wnrnod that there was n possibility of troublo being iiuulo for them upon their nr- In Owensboro rlvnl by tho angered father of the bride but they were "all smiles"' ns they walked down tho platform to their hack; showing no signs of excitement In the lenst. After getting Into tho hack, ncioiupanlcd by .1. D. Prultt, the party droo to tho residence of Mr. nnd Mrs. I'rultt, ?.' White's nvenue, whero they will make their homo for the present. It becamo As soon ns known that tho young bride was safely In Owmis-bortho telephone nt the Piultt resiwas kept dence In constant service during the day by friends of tho young wife extending congratulations. Mrs. I'rultt wore a neut plaid shirt waist nnd n trim tailored skirt of dark green, brightened with brass buttons which wns long enough n to hldo small foot and entraining nnklc. Ono glance, nt her woll poised head of fluffy flaxen linlr nnd apple clLceks niu sufficient to seo how Joung I'rultt could bolster up his nereo to oppose tho will , of her obdurate father. In speaking of tho romance the Courier says: Happy In each other's presence and not ono whit alarnud or abashed by tho threats of Major Lambert, the young couple smilingly received news- rooms In tlio Vcn- per men ut tlio no hotel at 9 o'clock last night. eloped Yes, wo and married nt ockport," said tho charming bride. I started out this morning from homo H o spend tho day wttli MUs Thompson friend. Charles and I hail nlwnys groed to tako tho boat to ltockport f I could get nwuy from home with- ut exciting suspicion. I went straight o tlio river wneno Ho met me. wo ar shortly after 11 rived In ltockport o'clock nnd secured a marriage, llqenae wcro Wo married without delay. thcro by Justico Samuel 11. Drown. Wo will go homo tomorrow morning I think I can handle papa." Mayor Lambert of Owensboro was so Incensed at tlio elopement that ho secured a pistol and prepared to meet ut the dock upon tliclr tho elopers return from ltockport. Ho went out into tho street, brandishing his pistol and anathematizing his daughter when now at every breath. Ills conduct was that of a crazed mun. He called two pollco officers to aid him in taking tho young couplo into custody, taylng if ho didn't kill them ho would lock .them up. Tho policetho pistol from his wrenched men In getting grasp and succeed him to go home. of Still raving over tho elopement Mayor Lambert telehis daughter, Clyde ltrown at to Marshal phoned ltockport and asked that official to arrest tho newlywedu on tlio charge that sworn fulsly as to their they had ages. They had told tho county cloik at ltockport tliat thoy wero both past o, Members of tho Houso liavo boasted of their Independence of lobby Influences, nnd some of them In conversation have hinted tliat thu peril to good legislation lay in tho Sennte. This boost is now demonstrated to be empty nnd Tho Scnnto has not foiled to come up to expectations on nny Issue yet presented. To the Houso belong the shame of huvlng made the first s. ,lf thero Wnttcrson pocket is a duty on hides when gets through skinning somebody will havo a lot of money. Doc-Wils- Peary said Cook was a llnr, but now that Doc has called for the profits that Is different. Hnrvcy-Wllso- n The breach calmed moro excitement thnn the McNamara confession. Here's Proof M SherWashington, D. C, Feb. provides n wood Pension bill, which pension nt tho rule of ono dollar a day for every soldier of tlie Civil or Mexican war .who served ono ycur or longer, with proportionate increnscs for those who served less than a year, met Irs death todny In the Senato Commltteo on Pen- slons. Tho bill pnssed tho Houso on Dcccmbo II, last und the committee on pensions of the Senato has been bombarded with letters asking that It bo reported favora bly to the Senate. Ily a vote of ten to four tho senate co.n mlttce killed the Sherwood bill. UltADLKV AGAINST IT. Lochlunr. Tho ten who voted against reporting It 'Her father tied his front gate were Senators McCumber, of North ngntnst said mo last Scptcmler,, llumhtim, of New Hampshire, Prultt, "and since that tlmo wo have Smoot, of Utah; Dupont, of Delaware; on Urudley, been forced to meet clandestinely of Kentucky; PolndeMer, of I tlio street or nt tho ho'nio of a friend. Washington; Taylor, of Tennessee; Gore, cnlls of Oklahoma; tabooed my telephone Ho nlso llrynn, of Florida, ami and wo communlcnted with each other Pomerene, of Ohio. Voting for it wero by notes which wire carried by her Cuttls und llrown, Republicans; Slilvuiy girl friends." nnd Johnson, Democrats. 'I saw thcro wns no chnnco for us deTho mnjorlty of the committee to get niurrlcd In Owensboro, so when cided to report faorably to tho Senato my parents gnvo mo permission Tues a substitute offered by Senator Smoot, day to spend tho next day with n of Utah, which Is not likely to bu reI saw our chance," broke In ceived with any degree of enthusiasm friend Mrs. Prultt. "I slipped out of the by the old soldiers. Senator Dradlfy house and telephoned Charley. Now was ono of those who voted to report wasn't that tho spirit?'' shu nsked with the Smoot substitute. a tantalizing blush. Soma of Senator Drndley'a friends are To avert suspicion, Mr. Prultt went Inclined to feur that ho made ono of the to his place of business Tuesday morn-lu- serious mistakes of his political curevr ns usual, Intending to slip away when he .otcd to reject tho dollar a day from tho store In time to meet his bill. There have been signs of Jato that hen the the sweetheart nt tho boat. Kentucky Senator has not been snow storm began to ruga about boat playing politics In his old time form time, I'rultt got on needles and pins which caused him to bo known would ago as ono of, the most sagacious and for fear his o over tho back down. A olco ablest politicians In the country. wire, however, soon assured Mistake No. I was chalked up against him that u Uttlo snow nnd nhmli would him when ho gave out last Saturday not stand between their happiness through Democratic newspaper chanWhen Prult reacheit the wliarfboat. nels, a list of "chosen administration was already on hand leaders'' In Kentucky. Miss Lambert nnd they embarked for ltockport while Is calcuNaturally this publication their parents wcro sitting comfortably lated to causo hearlbreaklngs among Imloora without1 a ghobt of a suspicion very good Republicans In every congresconcerning the escupade of their chil- sional district who do not find their dren. names in the list of "chosen" ones. Is a clean Young I'rultt cut young MISTAKE NUMBHll TWO. fellow of athletic build with a shock Mistake Number Two, in the Judgment of light hair and n striking sot of of politicians at the capital, was the u star end Ho played whlto teeth. II1I1. vote today against tho Sherwood on tho Owensboro team when tlio ColIn the vote Senator Bradley. Is credited school onels defeated . the local high with acting in harmony with the wishes gamo of the In tlio first last of President Taft. fall. Thero nro many old soldiers in KenTwo months ago Mnyor Lambert's tucky who probably will not bo disposed Gregonly son eloped with Miss Helen to fall in line very rapidly under Senaory and had a wedding ceremony tor Bradley's leadership for the selection Lambert at 1 a. m. Mayor of Taft delegates when they learn tliat never forgaxo his son who la now livthere Is no longer any hope for a dollar ing happily with his bride In Detroit, a. day pension. Mich., whero ho Is employed In an auTho Sherwood bill, according to tho Young Prultt was a tomobile factory. Pension Bureau's estimate, would have dm in to young Lambert and tho elope- increased the pensions of tho old soldier ment of young Lambert gave Ills sis- $75,000,000 a year. Tho Smoot sub ter and Mr. I'rultt an idea of how stitute, adopted today, according to tho to ovcicomo tho obstacles that stood Bureau's estimate, would - bring an In their path. Increase of .'1,112,678 a year. When seen at his offlco today Mayor WILL DISAPPOINT SOLDIERS. Lambert was busily engaged in tho administration of the affairs of tlio One of tho features of the Smoot bill disappoint the old city. lie wns In tho very best of that Is likely to spirits and assuiod an Inquirer rep- soldiers Is that a veteran will not liavo resentative that ho would yet win out a chance to draw a dollar a day pension In his opposition to the (3,000 ap- until he becomes seventyfivo years old and unless he served threo years or over propriation to tho Carncglo library. According to tho pension In the war. bureau thero are only 16.K3 of that Change of Heart. country. Sevlorvllle, Tenn. "I never did be- class In tho entire members of Congress Democratic lieve in patent medicines," writes from Kentucky and elsewhere aro reMrs. Martha Hown, of this place, "unjoicing over tho Senato Committee's til I took Cortlui, and it cured me. action, as they say It will be grist to anyFor six months, I oould oat do thing. Now I do all my housework, their mill. They are disposed to believe tho avcrago votcran will not bo a and It don't tire me. Doctors failed, that Joyful over tho prospect that ho has Cardui eared my life." The bene- bit but yeurs old to wait until ho Is seventy-fiv- e fit from taking Cardui is not confinpension of a dollar to one part of the body. Cardui before he can draw a ed improves tlio whole womanly Byatem. a day und that unless ho served threo falling yours ho can never draw that amount. Da-kol- a; g, je-ar- s fellow-conspirattele-phon- . break. Underwood have Why doesn't Oscar If Gov. XtcCrcnry is correctly reported his appendix cut out or quit belly as expressing satisfaction witli tho bill aching. This Is no time for cold feet. wo must confess to both surprise and A few miserable warts on the body disappointment. We liad been growing In an appreciation of the Governor's politic continue to believe tliat Jas. purgood intentions "nnd decrmlnod pose. Wo had revised tho view of hhn that we took prior to tho election, and were rejoicing In tho hope that ho had made up his mind to close a long public career gloriously by fighting for the $ enactment of sound legislation. The fact that he Is content with n measure which brings to the face of Ull Brown n smile of pleased npproval docs not accord with his often expressed dcslro to remove tho penal Institutions from politics, and to reduce tlio Third House contingent to negligible factors In Ken tucky legislation. Tho Governor will have to explain why ho has surrendered. Ills nsiuls-cenc- o In n policy that Is not even an honest compromise strikes a heavy blow at the cause of rcform.and will carry discouragement Into tho ranks of those who nre seeking to achieve real results for the welfare of the State. Every selfish interest that Is hanging about the Cnpltol will take new hope from the sign that Gov. McCrcnry Is weakening, and progressive members of both House and i Senate will feci that thy aro deseitedby B. McNamara SLOANS LINIMENT is excellent for sprains and bruises. It stops the pain at once and reduces swelling very quickly. Sold by all dealers. is a hero. Of courso Joe corporal's guard yet less than two of er homo town wildly for him. Clark or bust. get a Folk can't In Missouri now years ago tho formwas Jesse James Now it Is Chump Prtoe, 2BO; 50o,, $1.00 always tolls you who The man whut ho would do If ho was the other fellow, generally never does nnyting, perhaps by showing and explains it, that he Is not the other fellow. on from now until Tho campaign witness many liars will November never heard before but all tho old liars will apply for a Job from the National Committee. not Of course tho Democrats would voto to cut down mileage to what It actually costs. A Democrat Is always a grafter If he sees he Is to bo the beneficiary. wp v tvX Sloan's Treatise on the Horse sent free. Address Dr. mW iPSk. EariS. Sloan Boston, ?l5? llLMMk 1 ' VsM-aT- " the titular the party. Tho absence of Peter Lee Atherton of Department durOfflco Tost The many ing tho last year put a great crooks out of business, but thero are others still nt largo that need a punch from Unclo Sam'3 "poklns-sttck.- " Texas, Caller Corpus Chrlstl, Tlie has declares that tho 1912 campaign Well, yes, tho Republicans gueslng. guessing who the Democrats are going to put up for the slaughter. NEW NOT THE SEWING MACHINE OF QUALITY.' It helps headache, backache, feelings, and female weakness. Try The It. It will help you. Price f 1. D-18 First Betrayal of the People. a A dctachublo reservoir to mako ruling pen a fountain pen affulr has boon Invented for draftsmen by a n. 'inrshal Brown Informed Mayor Lambert that ho was too busy chus. throwing snowlug boys who wcro balls to look after elopers and that If wanted his daughter and tho mayor Prultt to send Owensboro officers utter them. Marshal Ilrown. winked after threo times. at tho hotel cleric cents turning away from the telephone. In which Alarmed at the manner was acting and at tho her husband dire tlircats lie was making, lira. Lambert, called up the Veranda, bote) at )r. "It don't tuke nmrc'n u gill uv effort to sit folks Into a peck of trouble" un 1 a little neglect of constipation, bllllous-nes- a indigestion or other liver dciange-mewill do the same. If ailing, take Dr. Klng'B New Llfo Pills for quick results. Easy, safe, sure, and only i" Unole Ezra Says. nt at all UrugglstB, in GHIifrT Cry MR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA Tho action of the House at Frankfort In defeating tho Bipartisan PrJwon Commission 1)111 marks tho first violation of pledges, tho first deliberate bctruyal of tho people that has bolted tho present legislative record. It will be argued by thoso who voted for tho substitute measure that the Dem ocratic plutform did not spoclty a bi partisan commission as tho promise of tho party, but It can not bo argued that tlio pcoplo had any other understanding of Its pledge, nor that the principle of eliminating tho management of tlio prisons from the field of politics docs not ro quire a commission, of that kind. sur We aro disappointed, but not prised. We feared from tho beginning Science has discovered that old corn liquor Is the cause of Pellagra. Flr3t was blamed It was corn bread that to sit up and seemed and nobody Herald. take any notice. Corn pone was more in demand than ever. Now if It can Cardui Worked Wonders. be made appear that corn liquor Is at tlio bottom of the trouble, we don't McMinuvllle, Tonn. Mrs. Ocle Jett, of this place, says: "I don't believe know what in tho Sam Hill the Dem-mand Socialists are going to do. df It hadn't I would be living been for Cardui. After treating me paper says that nny law A Texas twenty seven days, my doctor advis- can bo enforced with ,tho right sort ed an operation, but I iwoukl ot con- of a man .behind It. Now, pnrd, we sent. Instead, I took Conlul, and nov wish you would como up here to I am doing my work oven the washDemoTar Heeldom and show these ing. Cardui worked wonders dn my crats what sort of a man is needed caso. I am in better health than for prohibito enforce this ramshacklod five yeare." Cardui is a strengthen- tion law we liavo plastered all over ing tonic for women. It relieves pain the state and which ain't executed tones up the norves, builds strength worth a darn. From the Yellow Jacket, You need Cardui. Try it. Moravian Fulls, N. C. m m John Kroumlller, a former member of Whan Ceagress from Maryland, now conducts ATTENTION STOCKMEN: an umbrella mending establishment In you &A jwwly to havo thoeo horeio Baltimore, public llfo having lost its bills or aanouncexmnte printed oaU chainis for hhn. Ho Is a greut reader on The Hantford Republican, (ox lowand a student of Egyptology. j ,m j est prices and bust .work. We huivo all kinds of ungrovltigs to ttlusftraTo why.-Loulsv- llle to-daD-2- 0. from tho Capitol Is significant. Mr. Atherton was sponsor for the bipartisan bill which has been knifed by his party. Wo aro not In a position to speak for him, but we nre at liberty to guess that ho resents the manner in which ho has colby his Democratic been treated leagues. Wo surmise this resentment will extend to tho Governor from whom ho had tho right to e.pect support. Wo .trust Mr. Atherton will return to Louisville Frankfort. and Kentucky need him there.and he ought to be on the firing line. Indisposition may offer excuso for his temporary nbsence, but the rumor thut ho intends to stay away duilng the remainder of the session Is surely not to bo believed. It Is his duty to get back Into' the fight, and, If he cannot win, at least to mako the other fellows realize that they are Inviting public condemnation and party disaster by violating the spirit of their pledges. Tho present peril Is that In conflict between the Houso and Senate over prison legislation, the Ell Brown faction may bo ablo to savo Itself. We will then have a victory scored to tho credit of the Third House at tlie very moment when we were rejoicing over its defeat It is bad enough to bo faced with the probability of victory for partisan politics In tho enactment of the House bill; but worse than a partisan triumph would bo the success of the prison commission ers In their authority over the General Assembly, The issue now is Will tho people rule or KM Brown? Gov. McCreary- - ought to declare Just where he stands on this issuo and UNDER ANY SOLD Bryan says he has not finally sot-tie- d OTHER NAME. HOME .. I I favorite. But on his presidential beloved, till he gets his Just wait, WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. "cross of gold and crown of thorns" If you purchnso tho NEW" HOME you will peroration and you will memorized have a life asset at the price you pay, and will hear from Bill. not nave an endless chain of repairs. Tedely reads Debs We are glad party. But Socialistic out of tho out to be dragged Debs will have and caged if he Is kept out. Tho berth there Is too soft; tlie work too comes by tho easy, and tho money bundle package In too great a stream. T ii dO-j Ill O f- - Quality rt "S" J?? TroafMaill Im&Jlf&tm B Considered the Cheapest out to buy. Harmon has given Governor his platform but what Is a platform you want a sewing machine, write tbry If crowd of malcontents our latest catalogue before you purchase. to a hungry Democracy Cleveland under Didn't didn't free trade and declare for it repudiate Itself on every occasion? WE WAIST TO SEND Sure, MJke. out ask Whenever you eee a man Ing for a hand-ou- t, find out whether or whether he he Is a professional and cruel has Just met with' sudden help a reverses. Tho world likes 'to deserving man, and tlie grafter knowuse that ing this Imagines ho will scheme for his way through tho world without labor. iFMB If you are subject to Coughs, Colds, Pains in the chest and under1 tho shoulder blades, if you have nlsht sweats, hcniorngcs or consumption on any form, feel weak and run down, write us and wo will send you a FUU, SIZED DOT. Tl.K of Germinal Emulsion, as a FUGE TRIAL and you can seo for your self wlint tho medicine will do for you. If you will send us 23 cents, we will prepay the express charges, the pack-ae- lf 65, YOU BSOLUTELY FREE Oar Mot for Tra WEAK LUNGS COBBBBptloa In ony forw o Is too largo to go by mall, Addrcssj OHIO MEDICAL Lock Box CO.. COLUMI1US, O. Potnto flour Is being niaclo Into a sirup In Holland, and Government chemjsta aro trying to measure Its food value. Ladies! Magazine M:CAILS $BTe Meey and Keep ia Patterns 363S Style by Reading McCall's as. Utisg McCall MAGAZINE Are You a Woman the bill with. Baltimore, Md. Mrs. W. H. Ison, at 1419 Bart Madison street writes, "For levers! years, I suffered, off and on, from womanly troubles, until finally I was token' down and could do nothing. The pains I experienced, I shall never forgot. I lost weight until 1 was only akin and bones. I boMsve I would be in my grave if I had not tried Cardui." Are you like Mrs. Ison weak and discouraged, because of some painful aliment? Cardui will help you. Try It today. Any druggist will be glad to sell you a bottle, ' 6 D-1- McCsU'tMsoilasnlll lieli 'j cm tiles tlfl lilily at n imnlcuto I Spit. Quit, Fit. Hlnes, Ala. In a letter from this place, Mrs, Eula Mao Bradley eays: "I used to eptt up all I eat. I'was My tired and sleepy all tho time. head ached, and I could hardly drag around. SIcno taking Cardui, this has entirely quit, and now I feel quite fit. Mrs. Bradley suffered from oenvous Indigestion. Cardui builds up the nervous system, and strengthens the womanly cootttuUon. That's why Cardui helped Mrs. BraiUoy Risd "why 7 t will help you. Try It D-1- o n ic c.ioo liy L o onp Iho )ou polled umsl liui. . i. duly . CCc a jrur Ine'luihne n free p,i" in. buu- utiLo titl. y or scud 3 lor free tauiplo ccpr. 2 McCllPlitini nil Unable rmi In iiuitMn your honiu. Willi viu'.'emiilutii&i el ihluirTor iiwii yourself ami clukl"i it'll' id I erlrft In stylo and lit, lVi rtlisnslJ ino , coum Svtul fur freo 1'u rn I'uL. .uu. W Will Cim Yti Fict rrm&Mii for r tig rub sciltilionsiiiiKinM 'irl'li ii i. ' 'frfroo Premium Cnuloiiuu umH ;;!i P li or, the U.C.U cams i.zjjh 240 wai;! '..".nou: (- vjhmbla t I'll nil linr taleit fashions la eljltici mul Inns. 0 New 133111 ') l'ejlciu In cadi I. ie. Alto I irinallou uuil ter- - ' ," This Beautiful Home in Beaver Dam, Ky., For Sale This picture, which was taken from an actual photograph, shows one of the most modern and strictly homes in the town of Beaver Dam, Ky. It is new from the Rround up, having been built about three years ago. This residence contains seven rooms, storage room, reception hall, elegant bath room, large closets, pantry, etc. Cabinet mantels and tile hearths throughout. Elegantly papered with highest grade papers, with picture and plate raiU to match. The ventilation is perfect, having a large transom over every door in the entire building. The location is one of the most' prominent in the town, being right on Main street, within one square of the business center and two squares of the schools. Extra fine water from drilled well, cased with steel casing, and a large laundry concrete base. Large coal and. kindling building, good building, three-roochicken house with a special scratching yard. Concrete and brick walks in yard and shade trees all started with three years growth. All openings have the patent lock screens. Splendid neighbors all of whom own their own property. Will show you through this property any day up to April first, and after that date call on Saturdays or Sundays only. This home was more to build built during the panic of 1903 and would cost My reason for selling simply from the fact that all my interests and business is now elsewhere and I am compelled to go in the near future, Call on or address me at Beaver Dam, Ky, te 4x6-fo- ot two-roo- m m two-roo- m W one-thir- d to-da- v. HARRY MONROE Hartford Republican. Ritered according to low at the Pottotflca Hertford, Ky., a mall matter of tb second M. BARNETT, E. DUKE, C. J. J. NEY FOSTER NEY FOSTER EOITORS RAMEY PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. AAdress all communications Tm Hartford Republican. to NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS desiring the paper sent to a new address must glre the old address In tanking the request. Unsolicited manuscripts will not be returned Unless accompanied by postage. Subscribers Anonymous communications will receive no attention. wam."brla.iid. ZzLgL SlTT.r TEZiSFSIOlTES. ....... FRIDAY, MARCH 1. ..40. 22. Didn't Mr. Bryan run for n term? jtlilnl goes. The by cither It under past or present to management Is not afraid criticise Republican lenders Is of course never strnngc to The lleruld which dares utter a word ngalnnt one of It's collar like any tlio men. It wears ntbor vfiimv mm. mid ilne not daro call Itself It's own. If It dared. It would Gov. now be telling It's renders how McCrenry lias changed positions on tho prison bill, and after urging the leglsla- measure, turo to pass a nonpnrtlnn when he thought ho needed Republican votes, consented to n partisan mensurc when he found he could get enough votes without them to get rid 'of Brown and McCutcheon. Both editors happen to be for Col. Roosevelt In this fight, but this paper Is not editorially making tho fight for or against him. Wo pre-- 1 sumo they will be grunted the small fa'vor by The Herald to be for anyone they choose. In the mean time tho on- ly way It can fumhdi nn Illustration to Its readers of Independence In thought newspaper will bo to by nn Tho contlnuo to republish articles fiom Republican. tlons ' ; fact Uint nl : Under and Over the Sea. ;; 'ltttMittttttttttttti. to The other day a man hnnpencil stroll Into a store where they don't id- vertlso and was looking around nmoq the relics of ancient days stored ther, when ho run across a man who was ' wanted on a charge of murder who had remained safely hidden there for years. One of tho greatest trials n girl li.ii to encounter when she marries, Is Unit sho hns to dischurge her mother and depend on a hired girl. As yet the Underwood boom Is small, but It may grow. Even the Chinese think they tiro pable of self government. ca- crimes to denounce Some Democrat Col. Roosevelt almost every day. wait Hope tho coal miners will month or so to start tho big strike. a We still have a month of real winter ahead, If tho ground hog is to bo The war between Col. Watterson and the Woodrow Wilson forces still goes on with much vigor. We may be mistaken, but It occurs to us that the man who tells the people in of one breath that they ure incapable Is in a mighty bad fi to appeal to them for support in the The delivery clerks at tho Hartford post office has much to annoy thou. There Is a drummer who wants any let- tcrs that may come for him during the ne.t ten days forwarded him at New York; the man who wants to know If a letter now will go east on tho 7:19 train; the boss mailed a loiter without u stamp and wants It back; six men who (forgot their combinations to their bots and want the mall luinded out to them. Tin TV, on Wnnt o Danstifinn? , uu in&jr wane a ivisyuiiuuii. woman who knows there must be Seventeen years ago William L. Wil- the a letter for her, asks the clerk to "look son forced upon the administration of again"; tho man who gets angry and Grover Clcvelnnd, Democratic President wants the smart clerk ousted. And so of tho United States, a Tariff bill that goes. (led as "per- it President Cleveland resai fidy and dishonor," although he per An Iowa editor was nkcd, "Do hoi mitted It to become a law without Ills pay.' ii0 replied, a good many do ,. ,i,.. ,, paper several years signature of approval, and that bill has since been known as the Wilson bill. and then have the postmaster bend it It made sweeping reductions in the back marked "refused'' or "gone west." then existing rates and at once paralYes. It is the little things that hurt. yzed the business of tho Nation. The f'y effect was especially severe upon the A common everday measly little production and manufacture of wool. will make nn orthodox Christian swear Tho price of sheep fell far below their Iur'J siroM-- eo me nnnuio whllo if former value. Their numbers decreased tho same man had his head taken off by many millions, domestic wool was by a July tornado he wouldn't say a displaced by Imported, scores of factor- word about It. . Mntanzas, and Mrs. AJon;o France, near hero. Mr. R. Brown has rented tho hou.'e known as the' "Pen Taylor house." ut Smallhous and moved to same. Mrs. T. R. Barnard, Hartford, and Mr. Ross Morton, Central City.we.ro guests of their parents Mr. und Mrs. Sam Morton, recently. Mr. and Mrs David Oldham, of near Centertown, were guests of her inothir Mrs. Mag Fnught, recently. Messrs. Sam Morton and R. K. feudally have each of them the misfortune to lose a nice oung horse recently. Mr. W. T. Lawrence and family and sister Miss Ellen I.awrcnce, spent Thurs-da- y night at Centertown, Ky. Mr. B. L. Taylor, of Hartford, was here the latter part of tho week helping In the come down sale of Barnard and Klttlnger. Arch Addlngton, Centertown, Ky., was the guest of relatives at SmaJlhouso last REPUBLICANS ORGANZIE ROOSEVELT CLUB John Acton, Bud Taylor, Clint .Park, K, Starts off in Hartford With Large Membership Other Clubs ' Soon. Friday. Little Misses' Marlon and Anna Hill are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Maddox. OAK GROVE, Mr. Tom Co and daughter, Mae, of Roslne, visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Until Martin Is vMtlng hi Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Martin, at Cromwell. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Smith went to tho birth day dinner Saturday. Mr. J. A. Hudson was burled nt tho Smith Burying ground tho 13th by the Cromwell lodge F. and A. M. There were about 42 masons officiating. Farmers aro about done sowing tobacco seed. will begin Tho new store at Select Monday. Stornl carpentters will be emplojed to work which will mean tho house will soon be completed. Mr. J. B. Smith lslted Mr .B. W. Stewart nnd wife, Sunday. The A. S. of K. is getting along Juat fine. The local lias about thirty members. Mr. Kverett Lnngford passeel through Sunday on his way our nelghboihood to Mr. S. P. Ranncy. par-ent- s, ,i, s Pursuant to the circulars Issued a few elays ngo, signed by prominent Republicans for a Roosevelt Club to be organized In Ohio county, a meeting was held Inst Saturday afternoon in the office of Supt. Henry Leach, the court hall being used at that hour by u session of the A. S. of 11. Notwithstanding the Inclemency of tho weathertherewas n splendid crowd present nnd enthusiasm for Col. Roosevelt for nomination for President was great. Tho meeting was called to or. dcr by Mr. K. . Darrass, who at a A Wonderful Offer. previous meeting had been ejected n temporary chairman. Quite a number of llctul Uto Klg ORY-- r of Tlio RfQiub- talks were made, everyone praising Tlieo cau on ruiotliejr imgo of Oils Isjuq doro Roosevelt and believing ho v wis wlioroln you can got this intnor, Tlio the logical" candidate for President. At FaniM & Stockman anel tho Peotho conclusion of tho talks officers were ple's Popular Monthly, one ywirsicli, elected as follows: Chairman, K. G. and a full slzo 1C.20 cm yon unlarso-nieBarrass; First Vlco Chairman, C. I. 27tf ALL for $2.03. Keown; Second Vlco Chairman, D. II. j Wnrd; Third Vice Chairman, Marriage License. G. 1. Gones; Secretary, J. Noy Foster. PreHenry- - M. Pirtle-- , Hnrtford, to Susan viously there hail been SI members cnt Mary Hoekcr, Beaver Dam. rolled nnd tho following were enrolled Henry C. Hlllot, Butler county, to at tho Saturday meeting: Barbarn Shultz, Prentls. W. C. Ashley. Clayton Shown, R. 1. Sherman W. Gray, to Kmma Bartlctt, Wedding, A. Grlgsby, Will Chamberlain, Hartford. J. A. Johnson, T. W. Johnson, R. II. to Pearl Shown, HnrtErnest Mo!e-Johnson, R. C. Davis, Illpsley RIggs, J. ford, It. 3. A. King, Virgil RIggs. Albert RIggs ,T. John F. Cooper, Hartford, to Lula r. Carson, R. C. Duff, II. 12. Drown. Mlnton, Centertown, Ky. - Will llliitim, James Tanner, W. I). a. R. Hlckey, W. O. Cole, U. I. Maoy, T. W. Barrett, Dan King, Byron Bean, Thomas Anderson, Ilxm Balrd Sam Shaver, l.una .Maples, C. li. Sliowil, R. J. Duff, Dennis Ashley, G. P. Jones. Forrest Salmon, Sherman Chamberlain, W. S. Denn, J. K. Mitchell, llco Stunrn, Dudley Morris, A. W. Black, Anthony Walker, Rev. J. S. Henry, Bud Tanner, O. It. Tlnslcy. II. S. Clmitihrrliiln, Walter Wallace, K. C. Balrd, Waller Kennedy, Aslifiinl Mills, J, T. Iowc. OTIIIIU OIJIO COUNTY CI.UBS. Arrangements aro being mado to organize Roosevelt. Clubs In other parts of Ohio county, mid dates so far arranged nnd meeting place- arc as follows: Fordsllle, nt Post I kill, Ait. M.inh , 1:C0 P. M. Saturday Narrows, at schoolhousc, March 9, nt 1:'0 p. nt. Sunnydnlo sclioolhouse, SntureUy.Marcli 0, at 1:C0 p. in. ies were forced to close their doors.and If 'you have received a Kindness, retho wages of labor fell to a starvation member it. If you have done a kind this act, forget it. We know tills is contrary basis. Do the laboring men of country desire a repetition 6f that ex to custom, for every day wo hear some periencc? If to, they can have it by one bragging how much he or she has voting the Democratic ticket. Our Im- - done for a neighbor, and at the same next. prcsslon Is that they have had enough ,mo bewaninff nc(W the fact that experience with Democratic low Tariff, jwaa not apl)rec,atC(. A sllt,rt a Which Will "prevailT Governor McCreary has been compelland Democratic hard times.and want no we heard a man bragging that he trad, go slow While the Democratic majority of the ed to nsk the legislature to noro of It. Freeport (111.) Journal. done a great deal for a certain woman House, of Rcp'rcsentntlves at Washing on expenditures intimating that unless In town. On being asked what he had ton is threatening to carry out tho pet It does the tax rate may have to he Breaking Down the Tariff Wall done, lie replied that he had let her plan of putting wool on tho free list raised. "Wo are going to break your Tariff i do his family washing. If the truth tho sheep owners of tho West are deon Now that Speaker Clark is assured of wall down," said Governor Wilson at were known, tho fact would probably bo manding nn Increase In tho dUty the Missouri delegation at Baltimore, the Publishers' dinner in Philadelphia, proved that she did it at a mighty low wool. President Frank I.. Gooding, of there Is not much to worry him. The last night. An example of Democratic figure. the Natlonul Wool Growers' Association, tho h which Is holding tho annual duties of Speaker have been reduced to sapping and mining to demolish The church boll how Its melodies ring, worry Piotectlvo barrier, and one that comes convention at Omaha, Neb., says: such a point that they cannot as Its tones vibrate and linger. Tho right homo to the working people of anybody. months the sheep In the lust elghU-efashionable belle, with a beau on her Camden, Is uffordd by the reduction of string, has a beautiful ring on her fin- Industry has not been prosperous because agitation as to tho wool Tariff has been the CO per cent, in the duty on steel pens ger. A political ring The fight for delegate votes In is a very bad Republican National Convention between as agreed upon by tho Democratic cauthing; it scoops in the fool and tho continuous, resulting In serious depreciatho Taft and Roosevelt forces promises cus at Washington. w pleasing scholar; but a ring has tion of wool prices. The prices of sheep to be energetic, but not so bitter as Tho present duty on steel pens Is on- not eathlys as $1.50 a head throughout the the ring of the harJ, have fallen our friends, the Democrats would like. ly equal to the difference between wi-gcountry, which means an annual lots sliver dollar. of the pen makers hero and abroad. We will all try and get together after to the sheep growers of J,0u0,O0O. To cut it in half means that the pen Mr, Gooding's statement Is indoised by the convention. There Is a growing Impression that factories of this city will have to re the public school may take a wider his association, which asks for higher Mr. Newman, Kentucky's new Commls duce wages or shut down in the faco range than tho mere elucidation of wool duties. This convention was licl 1 lasloncr of Agriculture, declares that ho of the competition of the cheaper mathematical problems or tho unfold- In the SUito of which WHllam J. Bry.m intends to keep politics out of tho far- bor of Europe. ing of natural and bctcntlflc laws. It Is a distinguished resident, and Mr. mers Institute. The only way Mr. Newmakers Is now held that a boy cannot too cur Bryan Is strong for free wool. What do the Camden pen Which man will consider "politics out of the think of Wilson and his policy of break- ly reard himself as a citizen of tho will prevail with tho Democratic party Institute' will bo to keep nil Republi- ing down tho Tariff wall that Pro Republic, and be taught along with a the views of Mr. Bryan or those of cans out. This has been abundantly tects them from ruinous foreign competi cleur idea of such responsibility a loy- thousands of men In tho sheep Industry proven In tho past. ' tion? Camden al reverence for the flag and the names who claim that they uro losing mnny that have perpetuated it. Should tho millions of dollars a year as tho result Tho new Democratic chemical tariff first day of every school year be given of Inadequate Protection NO CREEK Times. drugs bill places almost all kinds of levlew of pub tlia over to a of Feb. 27. Quito a number back on tho dutnblc list after they huj young folks from this neighborhood Underwood Candidate. atlic affairs, to tho currying of banners, Republicans. tended the entertainment at Alexnndila and the singing of patriotic songs, been mado free by the Washington, 21. RepreFebruary it Aro tho Democrats going to tax tho school house last Friday evening. They would be a day well spent. The Re sentative Oscar Underwood.of Alabama, leople In their effort to get well, or report a nlco time. public has had Already very today serious majority leuder of tho House, are they simply working In tho Interests for John C. Chatubcrlln who hns been vis- problems before it of race and of tho was formally entered In tho race of the Osteopaths. iting his parents for the past two weeks, amalgamation of nationalities nnd reli- tho Democratic nomination for the j roturned to Ills home in Jefferfcon coun- gious. Tho children in the schools todiy presidency. Senator Buukheud, In makA fine political outfit for Republican ty lafct Saturday, must be equipped not only with educa- ing the announcement, also mentioned campaign use would bo a photograph tho opening of Underwood headquarters Miss Anna Bennett, of near Llvermore, tion, but loyalty to solve these by who has been visiting her friends and of the partisan pilson bill signed in this city. h Gov. McCreary plus tho prison Mr. Bankhcad will act as chairman of relatives In this neighborhood for tho SMALLHOUS platform, pist week, returned homo hist Sunday. of tho Democratic movement, und as his tho Underwood plus a campaign speech of Cnndldato Mr. Clark Everly and family have manager. Tho statement follows: Hsu.. B. H. Chainberlln is able to ho IcCreary's runoff upon a talking ma- out again, ho is looking after tho roads moved from to their homo In "To set at rest any questtlon In tho chine. Courier- - Journul, public mind as to tho actual candidu;y Centertown. somo this week.. Mr. Hardin Lee and family are moving of Representative Underwood, of AlaMr. Ill nest Bennett has purchased a Tho Hartford Herald, under the lie;ul, horse. bama, I desire to say that all wo aro to Arkansas, Mr. Joo James has moved to the farm doing In tills behalf has his full and hearty "Then and Now," In this weeks issue Tho farmers aro busy finishing strippapisr ping and dcllveilng tobacco this wock. reproduces editorials from tills of Ray Addlngton and Ray Faught and concurrence. Ho Is a candidate und published sevciul years ago concerning Mr, I.uther Ciiamberlin made a tilp wlfo have moved to the houso acuted is in the race not only to win the nomi tho to near Llvcrmoro lust Sunday nation, Col. Itooseclt and tit use of but also for the ejection in and by Mr. Juinea. Mr, returned Sunday night. Mr. Sam Morton who Js on the sick November.'' Federal patronage to nomlnuto Tho Underwood headquarters Taft. Well what of it? This paper Is Mr, J, A. Johnson went to Matonzis list Is better. are Mr. John Wtthrow Is on tho sick list. situated In the office building In I ho not supporting anyone for tho Republi- this week on business. can nomination for President. It Is Mr. Archio Foster's little son, Ford Mr. Leslie Tully has returned to Ids upper part of tho business section jmbllsiiintf tho news. It's criticism against Foster, has been qulto sltk this week, home at Reading, Pa., from a vhit to Desks, tables and other office fixtures hU sisters, Mrs. S. W. 1311 bro, near have been Installed. Ihe uso o a machine to lr.ukc nomiu - but Is hotter at this writing, 1 TOBACCO te ,,, Seed Sowing' v I forty-eight- Is demanding the attention of the farmers who intend to raise a crop of tobacco. Good, strong, healthy plants to start with, means a whole lot in the growing of a successful crop. es GOOD CANVAS for the protection of your beds and a little sprinkle of Homestead Tobacco Grower will give the best results. Our stock of Canvas and Tobacco Grower is ample to supply your demands. We solicit your business on these items and would recommend the mixing of the fertilizer in the soil before sowing and to cover with canvas immediately after sowing to get the best seinl-soel- is para-grap- our-mld- st E, P. BARNES & BRO., KENTUCKY. . BEAVER DAM, i- ' -- - v. '.JC" . " ' ..vjswm..-- j ,JfMH1 A U. S. Carson wants your Furs. MORE LEFT During our late Kum Down Sale we had a phe- A PEW For quality Prlniting give The n call. FOIl Call on J. C. llcr. SALIJ-Ono A. S. of E. Flour handled by J. tier's Orocrey and Meat Market. tf Ohio River llnrrcl Salt good Farm 3, Horo. ket. at J. C. ikr's droecry I1.CS per battel nnd Meat Mar- You know zmmr-. (yZmMfiSEJKzUj -- Prof. O. P. Carson, routo plcnnnnt caller Tutcdny. Mr. X. Wuyno Griffin, of Louisville, Is was a visiting his family hero this week, and will return Mondny. snlo.N Mr. W U. Ltach, IJeavcr Pani, w:ib pltamint callir Tuesday.. Mrs. E. E. Rhonds First clnss new cooking range for Apply' at onco to Mrs. J. P. AlSJtl wm a pleasant exander, Hartford, Ky. us! s-ii- caltir at this offlco Monday. Postmaster U. town, was u Wednesday. S. 1'aught, nomenal run on our Ladies' Coat Suit and Cloak pluuant Attorney McDowell A. Fogle returned of Center Monday afternoon from a few dajs viscaller at this offlco it In Louisville with friends- .- department. Notwithstanding all this we have a few left that we propose to make a still deeper cut on, to dispose of them. Listen, choice of our I and some for $25 Ladies' Suits some sold for $15, some for $20 for only Mr. W. M. Fair attentled tho meeting .Will iay Onio Dollar p.ir ibushel for of tho Ohio County Mission Board at Beaver Dam yestcrdny Afternoon. Good Wh.ttt. HARTFORD MILL CO. 3Ltf Mr. V. a. Harnett left Monday for a Carson & Louisiana, where ho has accepted Mr. J. II. U. Carson, of Co., Is itilto Blck and lias been .confined good position with a lumber company. to his bed for scvc'rnl days, TJio basket ball team of tho Owens-bor- b High School will ptuy against W. Just arrived a new lino of Enamel K. S. at lliavcr Dam tomorrow night. Ware, lOe and Joe each. tier's Grocery and Meat Market. Hon. M. L. Heavrln.who was operated Messrs. Mori Tajlor and Noblo of Heaver Dam, wero pleasant callers at tills offlco, Wednesday niternoon. Hen-dor- 7? roxrz:- By tttr fo - Ten Dollars Why not take advantage of this , upon at Loulsvlllo las week, Is getting along nicely, nnd Is on a rapid road to recovery. ridiculously low price? It's Supt. Henry Leach has a letter In Don't fall ilo try a rack oflnvlng- - another column of this issue to the bovs SaUbfaci'ion 6uarn.THtr.wJ. ton Kkwr. of Ohio county in regard to the Boys Sold hy W. H. Moone & Corn Growing Club. Messrs. A. It. Smith, cashier of the Miss Nona Cooper, assistant I'ost Mas- McHonry Peposlt Bank, and Itcv. C. B. ter at FordsWIle, was ,tiio guest of Wlioaler, paid tho Republican a pleas Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Keown, of Heaver ant call Friday. Dam, recently. Mrs. S. T. Darnett Is expected home slie at today from Mercer, Ky., whero Will furnish you KeJd So.ds has been visiting her son, Mr. Orlcn Roasunable price Wallace and wife. W. E. ELLIS, I Son. 3011 money in your pocket. OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN 31tl I n Remember this .! 1 and bear in mind that it pays to Mr. and Dam, and paid The Hcpublicuu call, Monday. Mrs. B. 1'. Zimmerman and son, MasLouisville, will arrho O. Kcown, of Beaver ter Bourke, of Mis. S. today to bo tho guests of relatives Miss Nona Cooper, of Fords-vlll- e, Produce Mcrchaut. Vc are Alary Jane and her Iamb. Vc have hired out to the best store In this city. Ve are happy; because our consciences are clear. The. store ve are going to work for has a clear conscience. They do an honorable business. There Is no cotton in what they tell you Is "all wool." Ve are happy, because ve succeed. So does the store ve vork for succeed; their upright goods and upright methods -- compel success. a plqasant horo for a few days. Capt. W. E. Clark of Hopklnsvllle, s Trade with a House Y that Saves You Money. Jzkl&Gb, Hartford Republican. FUIDAY, MAJtCJI 1. you W. H. Mooro & Son will sell Inspection of Company H, which was Beef Boast 10c per pound; Plato 151b held here last night. 3c per pound; noof Steak, Pork Steak Mr.s. Waytand Alexander lins moved c per pound. and Pork Chops 12 " Union from Dr. Bean's property on N When you ct ready for Magazines of street to Mr. S. A. Andeison's residence any kind call on J. Ney Foster Maga- - on Washington street. Catulog zltio Agency. Hartford, Ky., Pavdl Moreland, who has ben Mr. S3tf gladly seiH upon request. county spending several days In tho visiting relatives .leturncd to his homo and Have bought a car of Bran at Wuynesboro, Miss., Tuesday. arrived hero Wednesday to conduct the Each veek for a vhole year ve shall greet you in this paper, alvays vlth a smile. Our store folks greet you vlth a smile vhen you come In, and sell you reliable goods. Ship Stuff. Willi sell CARSON & CO., Incorporated. Hartford, Kentucky. Esq. J. L. Patton held an Inquest over the body of John Tunstlll near Dean-fiel- d Monday. Tunstlll was found do id In a cabin, and' the Jury enpancled pronounced Ills death due to heart falluro Three quarts of whisky wero found near U. the dead body. Coroner Dr. A. Riley was unable to attend the Inquest. and designated Esq. Patton to hold same The Kentucky Educational Association Is the organized leader In matIn the State, and Its ters, educational plain duty'ls to make a supreme effort to Improve the content, the organizathe of tion and the administration public schools. Jf the organized teachers of the State do not take and maintain an Intelligent and patriotic lead-ing- v these matters which embrace their any cause to they life work, have assume their complain others It abdicated leadership. One part of our cannot suffer without school system parts suffer. It Is the duty of all every man and woman engaged In school work of every grade and kind to put his shoulder to the wheel and assist in lifting the schools out of tho rut of indifference. Nero fiddled while burned; let no school men Jlomo bicker while the children of the State suffer. It is tho duty of every teacher to attend tho annual meeting of this Association and to lend his hand and heart to tho great work it is doing. In be hold Tho next meeting wlil Louisville Juno M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. L. && N. time No. 112 North Hound duo 7:19 b. m. card effective Monday Aug. 2Ht dally except Sunday. No. 114 North Bound duo 3:40 p. m. dally except Sunday. . 115 South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. jNo. jKL dally except Sunday. side. No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p m. Fresh Stapl Groceries nit Jloore'B dally except Sunday. Mk' 30tf You should have a LEICH AUTOM' Moat Markut. Lr1 H. E. MISCHKE Agt PHONE, a telephone for city and vilSunday Judge C. M. Crowo returned lage use. Tho most woodMrful Imven-tlafternoon from a business trli to LouisIn thii totepJuonio fluid. of ville. a&vj3 the citizens of small fcoiwns furnishMessrs. A. M. Smith and Silas Ticho-no- r, proatically tho kuud of MeHcnry, transacted business ed In cities. It is a liit'Ja iwamder, here last Friday. Sold by A. E. Pa'.e. Hftiltford, 29tf. Ky. Centcrtown, Esq. J. C. Juckson, of and Esq. U. S. Chamberlain, of No Mr. J. II. WblttlnghlU, a highly reCreek, guvo The Republican a pleasant spected citizen who lived near Fords-villSteak Beef Steak, Pork call Wednesday. afternoon. Fo died lost Friday oa to-da- y All kinds of telephones and Bwitch-boariviialned, and new paints furnished whn neKdod., by A. E. Pate, Mr. Emory Schroeter arrived Monday 20tf. Hartford, Ky. to lslt his family here. At present his Misses Hettlo and Ituth Itlley returnFloating Studio Is located at Ilochester, Ky. Ho reports a good business in his ed SJonday morning from Madisonvlllo where they had been the guests of Miss line. Don't forgot IUkry's Harbor Shop. Hobble Barnard since Saturday. Don't forget that W. H. Moore i Mrs. A. P. Taylor and children, of Flnssli FMd Sods lit tf. W. Son will do all in thalr power to Owensboro, wero tho guests of tho for3013 Fords. you plroso yoa. If for any reaaami B. mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 0!d papers for nlo at Tlio Republican aav) not sai'.iafJod "ith ruiy pundhase Bender, tills week, returning homo Wed33tf office. mado of thorn, dan't te-l-l olthyairs but nesday. you tell us and "wo will tskoA U. S. Canaan has nloo Swoet Pota' Mrs. Sadlo Williams has returned from SOtt right. toes for sale. Eartlngton, whero she was called Moo-da- y morning, on account of the death Sir. Dudley Ford, who has been danTlie Ohio County Mission Honrd met who somo of her niece, Miss Ada Shaver, gerously ill with a cancer for at Beaver Dam yesterday afternoon. time, is gradually growing worso and had been ill for several weeks. Miss Gladys Dul.o Is able to bo out wenkcr. It Is thought to b'o only a nutI am tho other house that handles after a lone Illness. His Genuine New Orleans Molasses at Cc ter of short tlmo until tho end. siting son, Prof. Conner Ford, was called from per gallon. Guaranteed to be as good Let The Republican print your money Owensboro this week, and Is at his bed- as any 75c Molasses, or your 33 tf or professional cards'. ds 31t W. E. ELLIS, Produoa JUaiahajat. DANA WALDEN MAGICIAN-ENTERTAI- NER Will Appear in Hartford Next Wednesday Evening Under Auspices Lyceum Course. Next Wednesday cv,enlng beginning at o'clock the Hartford College Lyceum Course will present another number of S back. Iler's Grocery and Meat Market. W. J. Bean returned Wednesday from his bridal tour to New Orleans. Mrs. Louisville, and Anderson, Ind. Bean remained at Andreson, where she r. will visit her brother a few days Mr. lon-go- T( MEAT SHOP e. cook WHITE GIBL WANTED-- To be and do general housework. Must Good homo in Owbteady and relluble. every ensboro, Ky., and good wages week. Call or write Tho Hartford Mr. Miss Lula Mlnton, daughter of Henry Mlnton. of Centertown, and Mr. John F. Cooper, son of Mr. J. N. Coop married er, Route 2, Hartford, wero yesterday afternoon at tho residence of Elder W. B. Wright. Us series of entertainments, which will be Mr. Dana Walden, the Magician, and will entertainer. The entertainment be held at Dr. Bean's opera house, and at the hour named, so as not to conflict with the Methodist revival services. The management In presenting this attraction to the public desires to impress the fact that it is decidedly different from any similar company presenting; the arts mysterious. Pork Chops and Sausage PER LB. m Just rooalml a car load Oats, white and nvlxicd. 31it4 of best W. B. ELLIS, CENTS. Produce Merchant. Ohops, , Fresh Boetefcak, Sfcaak, Phone No. 114. All First goods delivered. door below First National Bank. Moof Roasft, Pork HamcHmad-- i Sauaajo S. F. RILEY, Hartford, Ky. Otto C. Martin In Owensboro, ' Attorney legal business fish. T- -' transacted Saturday. Just receivdo a barrel of nice whlto W. H. MOORE & SON. v Don't fall to stop in and hear "Wild 'Cherry ling," "Put Your Anna Around . We Honey," etc. OHIO COUNTY "PUIIO. COMPANY, i- ' IncorpoiuU.il. .received a barrel of nice whlto Orleans Molasses and they aro guaranteed to be as good If not better than any in town and the l'KICE Is only Co per gallon. Meat Market. Iter's Grocery A Just Eggs for Sale. See tho Model Saddla Honre "Glided Clique" heforn brooding ejinwiborie. Improved B. P. Bock, $1.00 per setting. kinds at V. iH. Moono & 6oa'8iMknit Tho Mothodlst revival began at tho Will make ihio season of 1912 at B?-dMBS. JOHN W. SANDEUFUB. 30tf Market. 'Phone 47. court house Monday evening, In chargo Hartford, Ky. aix mlina North of Hartfqrd, It. F. D. No. 3, W. H. PARKS, Oenulno Pure New Or- of tho pastor, Itev. T. V. Joiner, who We liuvo tho Wlmberly, of Mad- - 31t4 .Hartford, Ky., H. 3. leans Molasses1, right direct from tho Is assisted by Itev. A Challenge. ' Btrlctly lsonvillo. Tho singing hi la cliargo of Deputy us. Thcso aro plantation to Sheilff 8. O. Keown. of Bea- - The Register challenges the Democrats Mr. W. B. YatcB, of Marlon, ICy., and puro and aro not to bo compared to ilia Jurnugln, a and tho Tariff revision Republicans down ser er Dam, arretted Henry choaper grades sold by opier houses for beautiful songB aro rendered at each small negro boy at MeHcnry Saturday ward to name a single urtlelo that has vice. Itev. Wlinbeily Is a very fluent loss money. Ho been chpeaened to tlio consumer stealing goods. reon tho charge grocery co. speaker and delivers strong sermons. brought tho boyof here that afternoon, duction In the Tariff schedules or by a rehartford tho aro being heard by fairly good wliich lie will be given, a trlul before Judge peal of a Protective bdicdule. Coffee Is sized audiences. Services are held each and It you will examine THE Wedding Monday, morning. higher than It was before It was pliued on 3 o'clock and at 7 in tho tolt chaniw, land & afternoon at freo list; so aro boots and shoos an 1 , Mr. Eddlo Lee, on of Mrs. Monroe the their pnloos, U you aro any Judge evening. all kind of leather goods since hides were Leo, of Sunnydale, died In Morehouse, of a Mvipihomie you &no bound to adWest 'Kentucky Seminary basket ball Mo., Wednesday afternoon of heart full-ur- placed on the free list. On tho other liand mit ithat they bto first dam In awry plate Is much cheaper than when It team, of Beaver Dam, added another dropping dead at a ndll whore ho tin rospoct, and as cheap as tho cheaplong list of vicwas on the frco lUt.and steel rails under already to was working. The remains will bo hurest Eviory Instrument guamaiHta.d victory Just Its Protection go at ."S to 132 per tton.where-a- s Saturday night at Beaver ried tories at Sunnydale tills afternoon at 3 Sold by A. E. Patio Hnrttard, Ky. 2tf they sold at 1100 to o under Pam, when they defeathed Bethel o'clock. per ton. And to on ad Infliiltu.n. J1C0 team, of Itussellvllle, !y wltli tho Republican Among-- tho callers at Tho ELEC- Remember the chaUtngo. It will not bo tho THE CRAQRAFT-LEIC- II office Saturday were Messrs. 11. J, Puff, bcore of 36 to 25. At tho end of Chambcilatn, the gamo stood 18 to IS in fa- TRIC CO. uiakoa the b.at twl5ihbmc accepted. Marion (la.) Register. first half Narrows, routo 1; John .. tm -tor Furpiera Valley Station, Ky.; J. A. Kliig,Bea,vcr vor of Bethel College. Both teams'put oa (She market machines aro American typewriting up a splendid fight, hut tlvu Beaver Pirn lines, you thouM have omo If you aiv Dam; Forrest Salmon, Utlca, Ky., Esq. tho favorites In Slam, being used In to ij3:'UV3 a auU;cnilWfram W. 8. Pcan, Dundee; 8. T. Uurnctt.Iiy-ro- n boys Just simply knew more about leav- or oxp-x- t business Government offices and, the opponents. A number of the roml dJairlat. They aro Bean. E. Y. I'arkc. V, Kcown. W. ing tlian their tho machines ore fitthat talk and fluru ring. A. houses. Some of types. it. Hodrick, Itev. T. V. Joiner and MUs the local enthusiasts went over to see ted with Siamese 2!M. game. i E. Pa Hartford, Ky, A&at. the Mary Taylor, city, Land (flncO, (puro Pork), Pur Honve-miad- o and Cured akflits of all some tmo ho had been qulto Ul of drop-sj- r. The burial took place at Pleasant Grove Saturday afternoon, tho funeral services being conducted by Itev. Branw:ii don, of Fordsvlllo. Tho deceased about 70 yearn old, and leaves a wife mid one son, Piof. Iloscoo Whlttlnghill, who is one of tho head teachers In tho high school at Ashland, Ky. Tho entertainment la diversified and a full of Variety, noolty und vim; performance tliat will captivate and charm the most fastidious. Mr. Walden Is a past master in the arts mysterious, and though young In years Is old In experience and is a thorough entertainer, this Ima enabled, him to secure the very best novelties, not only In mystery but for the other a parts of bis varied entertainment, performance considered by critics and those who know to be one of tho very best on the road to day. a, Mighty old Negro. "Uncle George" Hlse, colored, said to be about a hundred and eleven years old, brought Ids crop of tobacco from Sugur Grove to tho Ooodrum warehouvo on Friday, and disposed of It In tho pool. He realized $GT, tor Ids crop, which he says ho cultivated with his ownjiand Ho came to the city with a spiked team, riding tho forward mule. "Uncle George" is qulto active for his years, and sllll docs farm work. He belonged In slavery to his family of Judge Elijah. Hlse. Howling Green Messenger. Women rarey Invent anything, but an exception Is a new kind of curtain irod, which will udjust Itself to a window frame of any width. The rod Is made It carries a stiff to do this becauso spring. e, Col-leg- - (to-d- UiW-phon- oj Call The Evjmblloau office, phono you havo an Vx-a-i of ikiws. by This favor will be upinvdated the pubHshars and hy the patrona o 27tf. the iftiwr. 123, wheat HOUSEHOLD HELPS so that the maid con devote nil her tlmo and attention to tin? washing. tho In the evening, if poslb1c, let clothes bo folded and lnld awny ready for ironing, Instead of being put away In a crumpled mass, as this wilt savo much valuable tlmo on Ironing day. Directory County Ohto 4 House Plants Free We have four beautiful house plants to give away absolutely free to every fanner's wife in this section. These plants consist of: 1 1 1 1 Circuit Court T. F. Blrkhead, Judge; Ben D. IUngo, Attorney; W. P. Mldklff, Jailer; E. O. Barrasa, Clerk; F. L. Felix, Master Commlsioner; It. T, Collins, Otto C. Martin Attorney HOYAL COOKIKS. 6 CK". 1 cup tmttcr, 2 cups siiRnr, tcnspoon Iwiklnc flour, 2 1 12 pints Mix butter, 1 cup milk. powder, ndil flour sifand crrs smooth; ted with poTNilcr, nml milk; niK Into convendough, soft enough to hnmllo roll out dough iently; flour the board, lay thin; cut out with biscuit-cuttebake In hot on sreiued baklng-tln- , oven 5 or C minutes. SOFT COOKIES. S sugar, cup 1 2 1 cup butter, milk, 1 teaspoon eggs, 3 tablespoons flour to baking powder, Just enough Sprinkle roll out to a soft dough. with sugar before rolling, cut Into rounds, bake in quick oven. COCOANUT COOKIES. butter, 2 cups sugar, 2 egg, 1 cup va1 cup grated cocoanut, 1 teaspoon nilla, 2 teaspoons baking powder, flour to roll out. Bake pale brown. r; . a Objects to word "Obey Vn., February 17. Miss Richmond, S. Moss, suffrage leader, declined lkiJo to subscribe to tho word ''obey" In tho mnrrlngo service, and In Episcopal consequence, her wedding to Albert 13. Chamberlain, of New York, was postponed. The minister Tvho was to have to leave out tho officiated, refused objectionable word, lie was sustained by his bishop. Tho couplo withdrew tho wedding invitations and will be married next Wednesday by n Baptist minister, who lias agreed to respect the suffragist bride's objection. Mrs. Lawson Carnation Geranium Flowering Begonia Boston Fern I ; Womanly Wisdom. :: .? By special arrangement with the Farmer and Stockman of St. Louis, we can offer The Hartford Republican, one year; The Farmer and Stockman one year, both for $1.25, and give these four house plants postage paid absolutely free. The Farmer and Stockman guarantees these plants to be in growing condition when they reach you. They will be mailed direct from the ilorists' green house to our subscribers, all charges prepaid. "We are only allotted a few hundred of these plants. Therefore, we urge you to take advantage of our offer at once if you want this collection. It will doubtless take only a short time for us to give away our entire allotment. Fill out the coupon now, before it is too late, and mail it or send it to us with $1.25 todaj , PLAIN COOKIES. The web on the leaves the spider weaves cups sugar, I Is like the charm hope hangs o'er men, cup butter, 1 1 cup wqjcr, 1 teaspoon Tho" oft she sees it torn by the breeze beaten eggs, grated nutmeg, 1 cup flour sifted with She spins the bright tissue again. sufficient baking powder, 1 teaspoon A shoehorn Is a great help when putflour added to make a soft dough. Iloll ting on children's rubbers. out. cut Into cookies and bake pale brown In moderate oven. Get the kindling ready the night beJUMBLES. fore. It is a real pleasure, these cold d 1 cup sugar, 4 eg,?'", mornings, to find a basket 1 cup butter, teaspoon baking pow- all ready. 2 2 cups flour, the butter and Rub together der. time and energy trjlng sugar; odd the beaten eggs, and flour Do not waste to wash the bean pot tho same day it flour sifted with tho powder; Is emptied. Tut it in a pan of water roll out the dough rather thin, day, and then it will clean easily. or nny you may for a cut with Jumble-cuttegreasod have; roll in sugar, lay out on Tho best way of cleaning the rubbers tin; bake in fairly hot otn 10 min- on a T ringing machine Is to rub them utes. It clean with colth dipped in coal-oi- l. won't do nny harm if the rubber abLITTLE CHOCOLATE CAKES. 1 cup sugar, sorbs a little. 2 tablespoons butter, cup water, 1 2 cups flour, pinch 2 If you want to make the very best salt, 1 teaspoon baking powder, 2 cg-coffee, free from grounds and which t tablespoons grated chocolate melted will need no straining, try the experiover hot water, 1 teaspoon extract muslin ment of putting it In a little vanilla. Tut tocthtr as lor cake bag ,befoio placing it In the pot. You patty-pan- s In in bake with butter; will bo surprised at the result. moderate ocn. The cold strikes up through a matSCOTCH CAKES. and 2 pound 1 pound flour, butter, 2 tress that Just rests on springs, teaspoon baking powder, 3 cup gran- makes ono cold In bed at night. Lav ulated sugar, 1 teaspoon extiact 'va- one or two thicknesses of newspaper pow'dtr. over the springs; this will keep out the nilla. Mix flour and baktrfg AVo.'k cold and sae tho mattress from wear. Hub In butter as for biscuits. sugar and flavoring. T'lls in the Being alone In tho house, .and hearing crumbly dough. "Work gives a rather burglais down-staira woman had the hands to make It adhere, pat out with presence of mind to take a large paper In cakes, sprinkle with caraway-seebag, blow it full of air, then break It Bake in moderate oen. Very rich. on the wall of the stairs. Mistaking DIVISION OF LABOR. the loud report for a pistol shot, the Proper and systematic of methods robbers fled. doing housework would eliminate near ly one half the labor from tho home; Never put the children to bed when but it Is too often to ease thhnt the they are nervous or fretful, nor when you have cross words on your lips. A work is done whenever most com it person's last waking thoughts Influence and in some cases only when Is impossible to leave the task longer the sleep, so It is imperative that such By planning undone. carefully all thoughts be quiet, happy ones at bedmay be kept In good order, little each day time. And do not neglect the having its appointed labors instead goodnight stories. of tho cleaning of leaving the bulk "kinks" There are somo time-sav- ing for one day at tho end of the week. preparing vegetables. AVo all No one can plan eaetly for another, about keep boil beets with skins uncut to although a general outline can be arput potatoes also ranged, and the following, which has tho Juice in. Now with the skins on In the samo kettle, proved satisfactory one In at least two vegetables cook nicely tohouse for some years, may bo of some and the gether; only beets must go in first and service to inexperienced housekeepers. boll much longer. They will not disMONDAY. color the potatoes. I'rom February Although it is the habit of many to Farm Journal. wash on Monday, and while this method lias much to reeommend it. It has The men Who als-some disadvantages, are the princiAs heads of large enterprises pal ono being that it necessitates men of great energy. Success, today, either soaking tho clothes on Sun- demands health. To ail is to fall. It's day, or leaving them in the water fiom utter folly for a man to endure a weak, Saturday night, which of neither when half nllvo condition seems advisable. Electric Bitters will put him right on his feet In short order. "Four bottles ONE fixed; DAY. did, mo moro real good thai; any other It Is a good plan to have ono fiee day In the week, and medicine I ever took," writes Clias. 13. Monday teems the best day. Then, Allen, Sylvanla, Ga. "After years of too, tho tncrnso homes will bo found suffering with rheumatism, Jlver trouderanged to need rather moro thorough atten- ble, stomach disorders and tion on Monday than on other days, kidnes, I am again thanks to Ecctrlc Try them. and it will bo well to liavo tho wash-jn- g Bitters, sound and well." m day as fieo as possibly from other Only 50 cents at ull druggists. work. 2 2 well-filler, s, d. en-le- John II. Miles, llockport, Friday after Monday In March, Friday after Monday In June, Friday 3rd Monday In September, Frlduy niter 3rd after Monday In LVccmber. J. C. Juckson, Centertown, Saturday after 3rd Monday In Mnrch, Saturday f ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday utter 3rd Monday In September, Saturday after 3rd Monday In December. M. C. Cook, ltonfrow, Tuaeday after r'"! M""Iny In March. Tuesday after -- nd Monday In May, Tuesday ufter 3rd Monday In August, Tucsduy after 2nd Monday In 3rd 3rd w.M wvuuaf au icvciiiuer. O Sio.ltt (... ..... 1I 11'.IA.I... ,!.- 3rd Monday In March, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in September, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December. Tlnslcy, Clerk, C. K. Smith, AtW. torney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday In each month. Quarterly quarterly Court Begins on the fourth Monday In February, May, August and November. Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday In January and first Tuesday In October. S. Moxfiey, Other County Offlcert-- C. ordsvllie, Ky., It. F. V. Surveyor, No. 2: .Bernard Felix .Assessor, Hartford, Ky., It. F. V. No. 2; Henry Leach, Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. II. lUiey, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after Jrd Monday in March, Tuesduy after 3rr1 Mnmtnv In Int.. ..ft.... 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday aftr Tii-.i- I-i Trustee Jury Fund; T. It. Black, SherHA.UTFORD, KY. iff, Hartford. Deputies 8. O. Keown an Lon Black. Court convenes first Mon- Will praotlco his profession In tfela day in February and continues three and adjoining counties. Commercial weeks; third Monday In April, two weeks and Criminal Practice a Specialty. stcond Monday in June, three weeks; Monday In October two weeks. third County Court. It. it. Wedding, Judge; at Law a Barnes Messrs. & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith W. II. U;irne awl C. K. Smith annoiinoo 'Uwit ilioy lmvo tfonn-- a partixvKbAp for tilio girsoraI iwac-tfe- e ot law, cxcat cnlmlnal and klivor Mr, Bmltli boine County Attor-nio- y is pnovciitoel from iractjlclnrSBUch ccasus. Mr. Barnes Willi lnujlvldually Officus accent eucii pr.xctloa. la building, HartHartford ford, Ky. ca, Attorney at Law, HAKTFORD, FRANK L.FELIX, - KY. Will practice his profession In Ohl and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Col lections a Specialty. Office In th. Hat aid building. USE THIS COUPON. Date HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky., Gentlemen: Attached is $1.25 for which send me The Hartford Republican one year; the Farmer and Stockman" one year; and your four house'plants.. My Name is My Address is .- - New or Old Subscriber? Adrress all Orders to ber. Urant Pollard, FordsWIle, Tuesday nftcr -- ml Monday in Mnich. Thursday 2nd Monday In .May, Thursday lifter after 3rd Monday In AukusI, Ihursduy after 2nd Monday In November. J. L. 1'atton. Italph, Friday nfter 2nd Monday in March. Friday 2nd Monday In May, Friday after after Mon3rd day In August, Frlduy after 2nd Monday In November. HAHTFOItD POLICE COUIIT. C. M. Crowe. JudKc, John It. Wilson. . City Altoino, J. p. Marshal. V..UH Kiiituiis .Monday In un month. ,C1iy ,cyncll-- J. H. Williams. Mayor; H. T. Collins. Clerk; S. K. Cox. Treasurer. Members of Council, T. 11. Barnard' V. J Bean. W. M. Tulr, ivn Talor. W. K. Ellis, E. P. Moore'. bchool Tiuot.is-e- ." M. Burnett, Chairman IJr. J. TaMcir. tere-tlr)- . W. b. Tlnslcy, Ur. E. . Ind.ltoti and II. F. Lowe. ItELIQlOUS SEKVICES. M. E. Church Knuth Krvlci.. ...-- . !.... ana evening every first and third Sun- uav ill bjrli mnntli Mnmt,... U....AI t. u. m. Prajer meetliiK every Wedue's- ..j i, . joiner, pastor. oerviccs etry suiuiuy i"' i morillllir mill ..t.tnlrti- Unn.l,... i?..i .1j a. in. 1'rnjer meeting every Wednesday cv culm;. ".iiriaimn cnurch Serv Ices every ........ Sundav at II n m nn.l 7 .. ... o,fourth bCllOol 2.30 n. m. i:iilnr l' It Slt-tcn. after tho second .Monday in Wednesday after 2nd Monduy inMarch. May. Wednesday after 3rd Monday In Auijust. Wednesday after 2nd Monday hi Novem- Thomas November. stainhrs, Olnton. Wednesday Attorney at Law HARTFORD, YANCYL.MOSLEY. KY. Will practice his profession In all th. Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court ot Appeals. Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank. KILLthe COUCH AND CURE the LUNGS Dr. King's New Discovery WITH Hw.. . IK sT AND ALL THROAT AWP LUN0TH0UBLE8. 'wwvno ol,ds PBICE Mai &&) Free ifiiiim jh. atJARANTEED SATISFACTORY! OS MONEY EEFUNDED. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD. KY. All Matters Given Prompt Atten- pastor. a P. each Church-Servi- ces lilt SEP month at U Ssunday Scool 1:I5. a. m. uud first Sunday 7 p. In in. Ohio County SECItET SOCIETIES. HARTFORD, KY. CLAIM ROOSEVELT GROOMING GARFIELD to sec ono of Mr. Tom Oodsey's children who Is quite ill. Mrs. Sallle Drake is a guest of her daughter Mrs. 'Will Nichols, at South Carrollton. Succeed. Is Miss Folra BuskiU, of Moorman, of relatives in this vicinity. In Mr. C. O. Hunter who has been legates for His Old Cabinet our mldts for several das conducting the salo on his father's farm, returnOfficer. ed homo Friday. Mrs. Ersklne Fulkerson has returnTeh. 17. A Washington ed homo from an extended visit at her New York, dispatch to tho American says James old homo prior to the sale. It. Garfield Is the latest candidate for Miss Nettle Gelger, Centertown, reseverthe Republican nomination for President, turned homo Thursday from and Is being groomed for tho job by no al days visit to Miss Kthel Hunter. loss a personage than Theodore Itoose-vel- t. Rumor that Colonel is Getting De the guest "Jlmmy,"ashe was affectionately run-dow- known during tho Itoosevclt administra tion, was Commissioner of Corporations, Secretary of tho Interior, u member of the famous "Tennis Cabinet" and Itoosc-vclt'- s "fair haired boy," in general. politicians claim to huvo discovered that tho efforts of tho Colonel In stirring up antl-Tasentiment was not for his own personal benefit but to get control of delegates to throw to Garfield at tho convention. ft Completely Cured Our Little Boy of "Dr. Mile' Nervine Fits." Chapter No. 110, B. A. M.. tlilr.l uM.m.u .....u RaMir.1.in ..I I.. I.. II ,MK"k S. 1. McKK.SM:! fach month. John T. Moore High Pilest; OTTO C. 1IAKTIX ?. o. .imBiey, eeereiary. Hartford Chapter No. 8t. O. E. S., meets second and fourth Monday oven- Mr!-.,.s- Anderson, W. M. Miss Lizzie Miller Secretary. Hough lllver Lodge No. 110. Knights of Pythlus, meets every Tuesday nlitht. of R. AS. Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M., meets every first une third Thursday night W. II. Ulllesple, Commander; L. 1'. foreman, Record Keeper. Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M., meets every first and third Friday night In each month. Mrs. Attye Griffin, Ludy Commander; Mrs. L,ula Pendleton, Lady llecord Keeper. Acme Lodge. No. 339, I. O. O. F.. meets secoi.d nd fourth Friday night in each month. W. C. Wallace Nobel Grand. It. It. ItJley Secretary. Men, meet, second and fourth Wednesday night In each month. Kills Fos- ,c' "k't or Itecords. Hartford Camp, "W. O. W. No. iO1' meets every second and tourth Saturday I Illlt In f.lrti tvwmt I, f der Thomas P. Williams; Clerk, W. C. .na PrAtfnn fnrtAH Tn reu.lfar .meeting Saturduy before Succeed when everything else faUa. tu .s n eacn mo run. In nervous prostration and female rnrri Mill -. iogers. ' rAtT.maj... t AdJt. weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. A. S. of K. FOR KIDNEYfLIVERAND National Officers: STOMACH Prcsldent-F. Sharp. Narrows. Ky. k Is the best medicine ever Mil Vice President J. M. Woods. .. KfrAtfirvIVio Diimr ci ' over a druggist's counter. "'p ln' dlanapoUs; Ind. ;'" Keystone m,tt, -- P. foreman Secretary. PVPfV -.- meets first mid third Monday night In SPECIALTY. iium. onen iiuiuer, vv. M., tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A i. ,.'. Martin & McKeiraey Hartford, Ky. ' ... General Insurance Life, Accident, SicR and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. -- .T fc uuy ". - ."!: Electric Bitters TROUILI M. . On Monday liavo tho liouso put in good order, sort the linen and mend such as can bo dono beforo washing, as holes and thin places become longer by tho rubbing they uro subjected to. Keep Monday as n day for all needlework, repairing, etc., and ulso try to arrange tho meals ha tlmfthero will be a minimum of cooking to bo dono on Tuesday, not only us a tlmo saver, but also because clothes will absorb the adors of cooking. On Tuesday morning nn early tart is imperative, for thero is always some work to be dono before tho washing begins, and It is most necessary to get tho clothes out to dry as soon as possible. Boiling tho clothes, it will bo n great advantage I the maid can rub out ono boiler full of clothes and hnvo them boiling whllo breakfast is being prepared; but this must depend on the individual family. The Mistress must on this day undertake the caro of the bed rooms, and also Troth tao breakfast dishes, Not Theory but History. Tho IU publicans believe In tho prlnol e, lle and policy of Piotectlon and make Taiiff schtdules not merely for rovo-nubut primarily to Protect American labor and Ameilcan capital, believing that bucIi Protection, though It may cniich a few, will Insure prosperity for tho masses. That has been the result deof Republican Tariff laws, whllo low wascs, idleness of and unprofitable mechanics, prices for faim products, closed mills and factoiles and lungulsldni? business In ull lines liavo resutled from Dcmo-cintTariff bills. This is not a thoory, Ought you, but a matter of history. therefore, follow tho Ilepublicun idea or tho Demociatla Idea? Ato ou for prosperity or adversity (Mo). work-hiKinlc pression, Children aro much mora likely ,to contract tho coutuglous diseases when they hao colds, Whooping cough, dlpthctla, scarlet fever and consumption arc diseases that are often contracted whnn the child has a cold. That Is why all medical authorities say Lew uro of colds, For tho quick cure of cplds you find not Cou-jIng better than CJinmbcrlaln's Itemedy. It can ahvas bo depended up. on and is pleasant and safe to take, For salo by all dealers. in S. B. itobertson, McLean county, Sec- ject to fits or epilepsy. Many a O. P. Roeraer, Warren county, State father or mother would give their all to restore such a child to health. Organizer. e ..''V,1" Allen. Henry county, and Qravcs, am heartily glad to tell you oi A family can suffer no greater affliction than to have a child sub- eiate umcers: lh H' Ffoniaii, Carroll county. Pres. PresldentT vice SEEDS' SPECIAL OFFKR:will S.tU K.w BaUatM. A trial 'JUS . mue ron oar ' "I Mr, S. K. Hunter Is quite HI of tin oat standard has no superior. People everywhere speak of It In the hit'liest terms trouble. of praise. For sale by ull dialers, ta Dr. J. L. Smith was called )estcrJUy just what it is represented to be, a medicine compounded especially for nervous diseases, such as fits, by Mr. James. spasms, St. Vitus' dance, convulMr. and Mrs. Scth Hunter liavo movsions and epilepsy. These diseases ed to tho homo of his son, Mr. C. Itepublkun-lticorfrequently lead to insanity or cause at Hartford, Ky. Dr. Miles' Nervine You Judfc a man not by what ho prom Tlio sale at the farm of Mrs. S. T. jvealc minds. has proven most effective in relievIses to do, but by what ho has dono. Hunter l'tb. Hth was well attended ing these dreaded maladies. That is the only truo test. Chamber-Iain'- s and the household goods, hogs.horscs 8oldby.ll druggist.. If tho first bottle reasonably well. Cough Itemedy Judged by this and cattle, sold your money Is returns). to is SMALLHOUS Mr. Joe James has moed from tho W. M. Hunter place to Mr. Ituy Ad. l.uy dlngton's farm near hure. Mr. Taught will nioo in tho house vacated our little boy who was completely cured o( fits. He commenced having them at 10 yean of age and had them for four years. I tried three doctors and one specialist but all of them said he could not be cured, but Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine and Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills made a comptete cure. He Is now hale, hearty and gay. It has been three years since he had the last spell. medicines I shall give Dr. Miles' You are at so. firaise wherever I letter as you see to use this fit and anyone writing to me I will gladly answer if they enclose stamp for reply." KM. BOGUE, Windfall, lad. Allen county, Assistant state organizers. lln.nl rtt TM An.nva Tin. Wni... v.. ren county; C. M. Bamett. Ohio county; A. II. Brooks, Bracken county; It. K. 1. Ray. Hardin county, and J. F. Doss, Lat-tl- WONTS HsM SUCCMBl U prmo.ni customer. Meatkm thlt muihuiucii, VUUIIIJT, Ohio County 8. L. Stevens, Pres.. Beaver Pam.Ky. Henry Plrtle. Sec. Hartford, Ky. D. Ford. Treas.. Hartford. Ky. Officers: Wrttt i toayt SrtMJ Pt0r. TalaSkl I Dr. MiW Nervin. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford. Ky. 1. L. B. Tichenor, Hartford, it. F. D. No. 6. 2. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds. Ky. 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. 4. B. U Alford, White Run. Ky. 6. Richard Phimer, Taylor Mines.Ky. C. J, L. Brown, llockport. Ky. MAMMMMMMWWMVW lO CENTS SENDpMtlOf US NMlT. UU o l t MTW US wUwtlw.ol ImIi miImII. jkaMlMr wilk mi kl kILW.Ili,WoW.li rftusfiess7T&rtmfsfrafon waAx 7w ewrvfsior 4gsSJPerjorisJi 7ee Wfvl uorlYicrfiats "Positions PLCNTlfUi lmfe P iBoard?) w X. falls benefit sSSstatWT MILK MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, 14. i&t W&7MYYO0' s w-- C& ,viwi4r HlSWSaSj' . '. fkm2bm, GENUINE h The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over WlniW suggested the Trlsco Itallroad was contemplating running n good road train and possibly tho proposed convention might meet tills proposition. A resolution was Introduced nnd signed by county Judgo C. M. l'hltpot of Jefferson county, Joo Ashcr of I'ulaskl county nnd Harry E. Cook of Chicot county asking tho contention to ntlopt a movement for railroads In Arknnsas to adopt n uniform lower rato of freight on roiul construction materials. Tho officers of Tlio Kind Yon Havo Always Bought, nnd which lins been tho association urged to an uso lor over aw years, lias borno tho signature of American People Were Never So matter up with aro tho officials take tho of tho nnd lias hccn nmclo under his per- railroads. Well Equipped As Bonn Bnponrlslon slneo its Infancy. Tho convention adopted resolutions nsk-In- g Allow no ono toilncnlvn vmt In this. tho Arkansas delegation In Congress Now. All Counterfeits, Imitations nntl "Jiist-ns-gooil"n- ro but to Insist on a provision In tho Memphis Experiments trlllo with nnd endanger tho health of lirldgo bill piovldlng for a roadway and Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. reports of tlio clow Tho trndo of suitable and substantial approaches, nWo last week were all expectant of an ono asking tho department of cUU engl Important neerlng In tho Unherslty of Arkansas to in tho business branches of commercial and manu- make moro prominent tho dcpaittncnt of facturing affairs. Coke, Iron, steel highway englnccilng. Casioria Is a linroilcss substitute for Castor Oil, Pare Sorlc, Drops nnd Soothing Syrupi. copper and zinc were reported In strong is Pleniuint. Many sufferers from rheumatism liav contain neither Opium, Morphine- nor other Narcotic demand; coal was being mined and shlpp Mibstance. ago is its guarantee. with destroys Worms In enormous tonunges both Hnt and boftl fctlrprlwil Aiul delighted cd and allays Fcvcrishncss. cures Diarrhoea and Wind West, w hllo cotton nnd Roods made from prompt relief afforded by Applying Cham Colic. relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation of cotton were advancing In values un berlaln's Liniment. Not ono casd nnd Flatulency. rheumatism In ten requires any intar-nassimilates tho Food, regulates tho der Increased 1ultifr, Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. treatment whatever. This liniment It Is predicted that tho Bank of EngTho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. m land will reduce Its rnto of discount Is for snlo by all dealers, this present week, uhllo tho plethora o waat, to give jou a crayon porof money Jn New York Is regarded ns trait of any munita nf thu family foreshadowing a stronger stock mar free with one year's eubscoilptloin to ket, larger Investments In reality and our paper, the Farmer and Stockman a greater movement In construction of and tho Beoplo's Popular aionMily. buildings railways through- Road our adventlaemcmit In another nnd of out tho country than In any of tlio part of ithls papor and sjnd us a h past years. Tho prolonged demand of today. This offur Is only mado tlio forelcners for cotton Is, ery for- for a few vrodks and you should act tunately for this count! y, being fully at once before it Is withdrawn. supplied by tho rcsene stocks In tho Chamberlain's Cough llumedy has won unrcliousfg of the Southern ports and by Its remarkable cures of coughs.coltls from the sheds of tho planters, and by Its remarkable, cures of coughs.codls our extraordinary Inrgo export value and croup. It can be depended upon. 'Cr of tho past six months will be con- It. Sold by all dealers. m tinued during February. Mnrcli and April through tlieso unusually great For only $2.,05 you can gdt The shipments of cotton In those months. Hartford Republican,, IHw Faranar & Wo will thus mako records In tho Stockaiian. iflhe PoaplcB Monthly, ono creation of credits abroad this year. year each and a full s!s 1Gx20 crayIn the earlier months of tbo year, to on cnlairgiapignit. Fill out the Couwill GUARANTEE you a position If you a far greater amount than over before pon which appears in this paua real aoon. Wo nood many nioro In our history, nnd this cannot fall to per. 27t!f. at onco to supply tho enormous demand for our Rraduatt-9-. As soon as we gut tbo required have a beneficial effect upon tho busin number of Htudonts this otter will bo withdrawn. So write at onco for particulars. ness operations of tho cntlro spring nnd summer. It Is noted Jn New York ikSb FOR FLETCHER'S that thero Is less dread of business or financial disturbance nt this ttmo than Is usual In tho eaily portion of a j car In which a presidential election COLLEGE INWKrOllTKI) XV, ftCmVAHTZ BOOKKEEPING Is to occur. rmrictrAi. Buslnes8,Phonography KHTAnLiBnr.n iso4 IX5TJISVIL,,E, KY. disfreely Tho status of affairs 3 TYPEWRITING and upon cussed, and tho reliance the TELEGRAPHY Judgment and good sense of tho voters WILIURR.S . of .tlio country seems to bo absolute Its PrMldent has years of experience in mercantile 32 years circles and banking bnsians. also sneeesn. educstlna 10.000 roun men anflwnmen ror Buektiee's "Full ol Life" Northern Grows It Is accepted In all business now. as. siuin, iexinsriots, y rciHRtred beeds liae a reputation ol sSjears that legitimate business, or tlio men groning oemiiu mem. 41 sucretsiuisceu t tlie bnt. engnged In such, hao nothing to fear Seasonable Specialties: from any political party that becks th.j DBANS . Earliest Red Valentine . f$y Bushel upproal of tho people. Kxtra Karly . . fj 25 Rushel KefuRre New StrinRless Green Tod . fj ;o Bushel Tho American peoplo wero never so Wa'dwell'i Imp. Kidney Wax $4.50 llushct wth well equipped ns they aro now I)a is New White Wax . . J4.75 Rushe! Currle'a Kust Proof Wax . $4.50 Bushel tho money, to do business with, and PEAS Kxtra Karly Alaska . . . J3.50 Bushel that tho tolnl olumo of tho country's New Early Gradus . . . . Jj 50 Bushel trado will bo very much enlarged this Horslord's Market Garden . J350 Bushel THE'MERRIAM WEBSTER? Buckbec's Untuning Express J5.00 Bushel present year seems to bo fully assur. Lettuce. iUditb, Tomato and a full line of Seeds, 1'Unts and Bulbs at lowest Rrowlng prices. ed. Cincinnati Enquirer. NEW CREA. fUeissa Send for complete catalogue or submit a list of TION, covering every your requirements and will quote prices. Held of the world's thought, WAN Buy direct from the grower Sae Money. MAN IN EACH LOCALITY action and culture. Tho only Write today. Mention this paper. To Join this Society. Sick, accident, bcw unabridged dictionary many year. death benefits. And introduce our , 130(1 Backset St., Isciford Sere Finn. KKirar-- K liembemhlps. All or spare time. $50 fecMM It danM over 400,000 to 300 a month. Every Member sebefore appeared between two cured gives you a steady monthly Incovers. ajoo l'agc. 0000 II- come. Ezpdrlcnco not needed. Write iUMUtUOOM. ACTIVE YEAR ISASSURED In Important Branches of Business. 6dUtf "ffljsjfjjl that What is CASTORIA - unhappy large percentage of these unhappy lives, homes are due to the illness ol the wife, mother or daughter. The feelings of nervousness, the befogged mind, the the pale and wrinkled !ace,ho!lor nnd circled eyes, result most often fromtlioso disorders peculiar to women. For g she must naturally have good health the woman to be happy and Dragging-dow- n feelings, hysteria, or constantly returning pains anJ aches are too great a drain upon a woman's vitality and strength. Dr. Pierce' Favorite Prescription restores weak and sick women to sound health by rcgu fating and correcting the local disorders which are generally responsible for that above distressing symptoms. I suffered greatly for a number of years and for the pat Hire R, years was to bad that life was a misery to mo," writes Mas. It. r. Tho doctors told me I would have to of Utlcn, Ohio, Route 4. go to a hospital before 1 would ever bo better. A year nsro this winter nnd spring I was worse than ever before. At each period 1 1 uflercd liVo I am tho mother of six children. I was so bad for one In torment, five months that I Knew something must bo done, ro I wroto to Dr. R. telling him as nearly as I could how I suffered. Ho outlined a courso of treatment which I followed to tho letter. I took twobottlcst of 'Favorite Prescription' and ono of Golden Medical Discovery ' and a. and have never suffered much since. bottle of 'Smart-Wee. 1 wish I could tell every suffering woman tho world over what a Pierce's medicines arc. There is no use wasting time and money doctoring with anything else or any one else." The Medical Adviser by R.V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N. 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Tho state, good roads convention before adjourning tills evening adopted a resolution Inviting tho good roads association of Oklahoma and Missouri to meet with the Arkansas association at Montono, Ark., July 3 and 4,1912, the object being In tho building of to secure roads between tho threo states. Charles Llghtfleld, secretary of the American Improvement, Association for Highway Year Begins September 6, 1911 Write for catalogue. Address all communications to Nineteenth ;l ,444'4' Desk "B" t,..w -- MATHENEY & BATTS. ... -i t il.j,. vi -- a. a Xjfc- - ia 2s- - I by McKJnney, Joseph E. Smith, n l.lf.Jlosboro, Ashland, Newport and BEAVER DAM Ilean, Edward Chlnn, Josso Chinii, provided Hint Feb. 2S. Mr Chester Loach, who has respectively, In Jefferson County raid miss convenbeen III for some tlmo is ablo to bo John T. Black, James 1,. Rock, Godfrey llnrnnrd, llticl Lench, Gllmoio HARD TO SECURE tion shall bo held In each of tho wards out again. of tho City of Louisville, and for the Mr. Ulrch Shields, of Rockpont, vis- Keown, Warren Stewart, Luther Daniel. county outside tho limits of Mid cltvv ited her sister In law, Mrs. Tom Tay- Arthur Park, Earl Park, Fred Goff.Juy ----Miller, Edcllo Ford, Marvin CurtalnR.os-c- o which later meeting may be held In said Fortunes Spent in Vain Effort to city. Ono delegate shall be elected for lor, hero n few days last week. We are going; to assist the mothers, sisters ana wives Engler, Euclid Shull, James Coleman, Miss Ruth Hunley visited friends nt ! of our readers in improving their home surroundings by de- Wilbur Chirk, Walter Overton, Dewey fraction Cromwell Saturday and Sunday. each ono hundred votes of Grab a Mathewson or pvpunr iiOMiNr: -- j ! cm-L- i unsR t! ...uwww..-..- . Is Wllllnm; Milton Barnnid. Richard thereof, amounting to fifty or over, cast Mr. n. J. French, of Eastvlcw, rnbCi oia fa UVUIIIIK positively want everyv.iiui.; who reads this advertise- one . O. Curtis, Lorn Duncan, Arnet 43 In BUSHES, and we suih visiting relatives In Beaver Dam and Bender. for tho Republican eltitors In Tnylor Mines this week. T. Cov. Tobo Douglass, Sonrcy Stewcounty nt the Presidential election ment to take advaSitaire of our offer. The plants we have n 1W3. bushes which will produce j Tho form of voting at said county Llttlo Paulino Austin, who has" been art, Ledlo Duke, Richard Rnymer, selected are strong Miller, Rosioo Embrj, Carl Hoekcr, or ward mass Convention shall bo by III of bronchial trouble Is up again. Cleveland, February 26 Napoleon flowers through the entire growing great masses of beautiful tho Miss Graco Tnppnn, of Central City, Chestor Royal and Vernon Sapp. turned baseball philosopher yes- ,billot In each county In which 40 season. In addition to the above uno colored terday anil illvumeil dome of ttto diffi- county committee prot Ides for tho clec- - who has been visiting her sinter, Mis. culties of u tanoliilt mnimnte. Nap hat tlon of tho county committeemen by hilt Hazel Rummage, for tho past mouth, boy, Beelcr Drnno has entered. I would be glad to have a number of colo.vd never been a baseball mandate, but from at county or ward nnss convontlons.nml returned to her homo yesterday. My Maryland, pink; Kaiserin Augusta Victoria, creamy g his long experience as nnniger and plae said election of delegates In counties Mr. and Mrs. Rny Tlchcnor went to bos to enter this Club. Special nrr.in.ft q white; Etoile de Lyon, golden yellow; Clothikle Soupert, by Howling Green Friday for Mr. Tlchcnor nicnts linve been mndu for them by tho tf whereof ho speaks, Just the which elect county committeeman ho knows ? white and pink tinted; Everblooming Crimson Rambler, county or ward mass conventions shall to have his eyes treated by a specialist, department at Frankfort. same. boy brightest crimson. "Jtn of people thought Barney Drey- - bo held by tho same officers who con- Ruv. A. B. Gnulner wont to Sugir Ono gavu near Sunnydalo wrote mo !,M for duct the .ulcctlon of county committeehis addnss but did not sign and fuss was cm-- y when ho pi Id Grove to fill his appointment Sunday. ? elect Mnrty O'Toole last fall," remarked man In counties which do not Tlie basket ball game hero Saturday his name. Please send It in. Send us $1.25, within the next ten days and wo will ex- Yours for the suicess of the Corn Ch b, the form night which was played by tho W. K Lnjorle. "I ilon'jt Know whether Rimiy ctmty coommlttee by ballot tend your subscription to The Hartford Republican for one j HENRY LEACH, Supt. In cash 41 r nnt, but If of voting for bucIi delegates shall be S. boys and Ilethel College, of Russell-vlltpnld that much g year, and the Farmer and Stockman one year. For your J It viva voce. Mnrty comes through for was a suicess to W. K. S. boj.s. promptness wo will send you charges prepaid, the six rose y money well spent. If I were a club Lenten Season on. was Tho Republican Congressional District Owensboro will piny Beaver Dam Sat, plants advertised above. Address all orders to Wednesday wns A.th 49, owner and hud a pitcher offered me tlla Committee of each Congressional district urday night March 2. of Inst week Wednesday and wns the first day cf I absolutely knew would bo a star In th as now constituted, will, us dlreited, by THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Sermons and Impressions. big leaBUo I don't think I would hesitate the call of the nopubltcun tho Lenten season In the calendars of National SJQ Ky. (f money Committee, meet and direct the holding bo would nt raylns ST0.0IW. In listening to a sermon or other ad- tho Catholic and Episcopal churches. In ' well spent, but 1 doubt If many club of a congressional district convention dress, there is this to bo said: Tlie tho practice uf tho beliefs of tho t9 USB THIS COUPON IN ORDERING ROSES & owners will ngreo with me. tho next hour, churches, the period from this date to In such dlstilct for the purpose of elect- net day, or perhaps, "Hut they upend the money Just the ing two district delegates and two alter- ono cannot accurately report a single Easter Sunday, Is one during which the J Date . . . same In the effort without getting the nates to said National Convention, and thing that is said. Ono may give an adherents and believers of tho creeds. The Hartford Republican, Imperfect wn practleo star pitcher. When I dime to Cleveland said committee is heicby directed and mollifica to impression, in a very j Hartford, Ky. with The season Is observed Sonurs and Kllfojl had Addio Jnss. He provide In Its call for the ilectlon of that the whole discourse has made tion. Enclosed find for which extend my sub- - ( nothing and ho proved to ono member of the State Central Com- upon htm, but as to any definite In- prncr and fnstlng and all of those 4f had cost them scription to The Hartford Republican for one year, and the season do 42 be one of tho best pitchers and ball play mittee and for the nomination of one struction Lenten that is almost universally who observe tho 42 Farmer and Stockman one year from the date now shown on &f game ever knew. But after they elector, to be voted for nt said Nation lacking. ers the so with tho Idea of commemoration 4) my mailing tag. For my promptness, send me free of &fr got Joss they Invested a good ileal more al Election. A man will say: "That was n fine of tho forty dns' fast and tho pas 4B charge your six Everblooming Roses. than 1,000 In pitchers w Itliout getting And It Is hereby recommended but to quote a line from It slou of Christ. that sermon," My name is another man tho equal of Joss until tho delegates to said illstilit conven accurately Is quite Impossible. That 40 experience. Oregg was brought. See my argument? tion be elected at the same time and in lias been our will Wo . Items About Co. H. My address is Tho acrago club owner will think noth- tho same manner as tho delegates to feel tlieglow of an Idea, maybe, but Co. II. Wns Inspected at the K. of P. 41 "" ing of paying anjwheio from J.OOtf to said State Convention. Just what that idea Is wo cannot say. hall last night by Capt. W. E. Clark, Jj New or old subscriber? $3,C00 apiece for pitching recruits who Perhaps of Hopklusville. Said State Central Committee further Perhars It Is not necessary. he hopes will milio good. Nino times out dliects that except ns heietnafter pro- It Is well enough to feel only tho In Tho Inspection wns a preliminary to of ten the money Is thrown away.whllo vided, in each and every county the new fluence of what wns said. the redernl Inspection which will be tho tenth tlmo ho may get only a fair mcmbeis of tho Republican County Com Still, one should learn something held heio on Wednesday March IX The pitcher. My contention Is that If tho mlttee shall be elected by pnclnct meet- definite from every scimon he hears. company also hi Id a non-coschool Is presented a club owner ings, which pieiinct meetings shall be There Is never n opportunity sermon thut has not at tho Armory on Wednesdaj night thu held at 2 o'clock P. in., standard time, something In remembering. with a fair attendance. Capt. dark notshould not hesltato about pacing It worth price of a star, llo'll not only sivo on Saturday, Slay J, 1912, In the manner Ono need not agree with it altogether, ing as instructor. money by not having to buy so many picfcilbed In Rule 2nd of Rules of the but If It Is a sentence or a thought It Is almost assured that tho Kcntuekj suond-ratcrbut ho will also make It Republican Organization of Kentucky; that has a beauty, u harmony, an ap- Brigade will attend tho wrtr. mancuveis up nt the gate. except, however, that In eaih county in peal In It, It is worth calling to mind nt Chlcamaugn, Cliorgla during tho Good Crops of Oats were Formerly the Rule "Go buck through jour memory. In wlilih county committee determlnts thut net day. Ohio State Journal. latter part qf Jul, and In anticipation Now a Good Crop Is the Exception. ten j ears Cleveland has had two real such members of such lounty commtt-te- o of this the Adjutant General has reOne reason is starvation the lack of the right kinds of pitcheis Joss and Gregg. Chicago Notice. btar quested that the lecrultlng offlier for shall bo cleited by county or waid plant food in the right form, available at the right time. Hcflln Local Union A. S. of E. wilU each companj" limnedlatelj recruit their has had IM Walsh, and Walsh has been mass convintlons, suih mass convenThe result is weak plants that r;rov slowly, yield light, clutfy grain and fall an easy prey to rust, blight and insects. the one man to licep tho White Sox out tions shall be held In suih county at meet at Cltapmnn school houso rrlday organizations up to tho maximum strcugt of tho cellar. St. Jouts has not had any. the same time nml place at which del- night March S. All members aro request uf C enllstid men. New York had Chcsbro and later on egates aro elected to said State Con- ed to be present. JJemember tho poJl-tr- y Any joung men desiring to enlist In pledges will close March 9. Ilussell Ford. Philadelphia had Wad-dil- l, vention, 6, on Saturday, April ns Co. II. should do so Immediately A word to tho old members come and after April 10, they would not likely rePlank, Header and Coombs. Wash- at one o'clock p. M. standard time. sBcL s ington has had only on" Walter JohnThe number of delegates to saldStato pay jour dues and bo one of us. ceive pay for attendance ut tho wai dc- son while Joo Wood Is tho only one L. L. PORTER, Pres. been shown to irrratl- - decrease? the llabilitr o( the small b maneuvers, as each enlisted man must Convention apportioned to ench of the grains to attacks of rutt. as well as lodk'lna becausa of vrrak doped by Boston, although O'Brien various counties of Kentucky, Is as fol Mir i - TlynBr UB straw. Be auro that Tour oats fertilizer contains f to H prr crot. have hud at least 2 months service I'otith. Al ) our dealer to carrr such brands, or I'otasb Salts, to looks as If he might bo another one. Cy lows: Reunited After 18 Years. . to eninmpment. enable tou to brink' the brands up to ibis standard. Young and Bill DIneen were stars at Adair, 19; Allen, 19; Anderson, 10; Bal Duquoin, 111., February 3. After sepMedals for the it members of, Co. II. vill stlt Ifht anil net. --at tag up. t u Potash in any ameunt Boston, but they were stars before they lard, 7; Barren. 23; Rath, 13; Bell, Sb; aration of more than eighteen years.dur-In- g who qualified at tho Orell RIflo Range an J - from a MtvuHtl formulasWtittfcr netsadjust or irtt Aw en fertiltztr ami Aiw t thtm. Joined our league. Boone, C; Bourbon, 2J; Boyd, 9; Boyh which neither had fceen tho other, liave been forwarded to tho Hurt fold CERMAN KALI WORKS ,. "I agree with addle Joss when ho said 13; Bracken, 11; Breathitt, 10; Brccken-rldg- Mrs. Lydta Woolman and her son.Hen-r- y Post Office by registered mall. Those Bsltlmor : Centlacnta Building Chlcato M onsJnock Block n pitching was tho biggest part of the Whitosy CantrsJ Bisk BuUain that N'wOrUuui 2G; Bullitt, 7; Butler, 23; Caldwell, Hunter, of Murphysboro, have been who received medals In 1910 will not be game. If I had had CJreg to work 13; Calloway, !; Campbell, 70; Carlisle, reunited. Issued another medal of tho samo grade. along with Addle back in IMS we would 3; Carroll, 3; Carter, 20; Casey, 19; ChrisWhen the son was 2 years old the Evcrj- - member of Company II. must have plajcd the Cubs for tho world's tian, 40; Claik, 19; Clay, 20 j Clinton, II; mother was culled to South America, attend tho I'edera! Inspection on March pennant, but one star pitcher rarel Crittenden, 17; Cumberland, 12; Daviess, leaving the child with Ids grandparents. 13. If for any reason it Is impossible BUF0RD. wins a pennant, especially If that star 39; Edmonson, 13; Elliot, G; Estill, 13; Mrs. Woolman returned to the United for a member to attend he should ImToh. "0. Uov. J. A. Uonnett flllel his is a man who needs at leant three (lavs Fajette, 47; Fleming, 20; Floyd, 10; States some days ago and went to Murmediately notify the Commanding Office rcgulnr uppolntment hero tfnturday nnd in between his games. 3; physboro to visit her son. Hunter Franklin, 10; Fulton, 6; Gallatin, at and have his record made good. Sunday. pitchers aro mighty Ganard, 10; Grant, 11; Graves, 17; Gray- once recognized his mother by an old "Yes, sir, star C. D. SHOWN, Mrs. Bcrthn Wcstcrficld Is qulto III seano. You can go out and get the out- son, photograph. Mrs. Woolman was In Du13; Greenup, 21; HanPlrst Lieutenant. at this writing. fielders who can throvv.bat and run t'le cock, 11; Hardin, 19; Harlan, 11; Harri- quoin on her way to Thompsonville to Mr. Clyde Mitchell closed his school basis; you cun got the Inflolders who son, 10; Hart, 20; Henderson, 23; Henry, visit other relatives she had not seen hero Thursday with a Krand exhibition Resolutions of Respect. can field with u lot of speed and hit 14; Hickman, 7; Hopkins, 23; Jackson, for eighteen years. Cromwell Lodge No. 032 I', and A. M. at the church. The program lasting six fairly well, but jou have got to go some 19; Jefferson, 272; Jessamine, 13; Johnwith hours. The houso was crowded Cromwell, Kj to dig up two great pitchers' In two or son, 23; Kenton, CI; Knott, 6; Knoc, To the Boys Corn Club. Whereas, It has pleased Almighty God, people but all seemed to uijoy themthru: reasons, to hay nothing of hi one 23; Larue, 10; Laurel, 26; Lawrence, 21; I hope to have boys Join tho Corn the great Arcldtect of the Universe, to selves. year. No uso talklng.PhlUidelphlu was Lee, 12; Leslie, II; Letcher, 12; Lewis, Club from every part of the county. call from labor hero to refreshments Mr. Calvin Kirk and Miss Tina Hussy lucky when It grubbed Alexander and 23; Lincoln, 19; Livingston, 10; Logan, Send me your names. I hope every above, Bro. J. A. Hudson, who dopart-e- d both of this place, eloped Sunday nislit Chalmers the samo reason, and both of 23; Lyon, S; Madison, 32; Magoffin, 10; trustee will send 'mo at least one name to llockport nnd Kot married and returnthis lire Feb. 11, 1912. them cheap at that." 10; for this Club. Marion, 13; Marshall, 12; Martin, the ed Monday. We Ids brethren ackuow letlgo Below are the names of those Mason, 21; McCracken, 30; McLean, K'; who wisdom and goodness of our Supreme Miss Lola Belle Allen, ot Anderson For only $2.j05 you can gelt The Meade, 9; Menifee, S; Mercer, 16; f, have already Joined. v Grand Master above, bow in humble vllte, is vlsltlns Miss Belle Husscy. Hantfoird Itopuhliiaaa,, flfhie FUrusar & 13; Monroe. 19; Montgomery, 53; Chester Davis, Thomas E. Waden, Ar- submission of Mr. Herbert Mitchell and family, to his divine will. There Stockman. Tho IVjapka Maniflhily one Morgan, II; Muhlenburg, 31; Nelson, 11; thur E. Johnson, Everett Ashby, near Whltosvllle, und Mr. Loney Ashby fore, be It year tpah. and a lull size 16x20 crayNicholas, 11; Ohio, 33; Oldham, 6; Owen, Resolved, first. That In the death of and family, of near Union drove, vison enCargieinwat. Fill out the cou- 7; Owsley, 12; Pendleton, 12; Perry, ; Bro. Hudson, this lodge has lost a true ited ithelr parents Friday and Saturday. r. pon whJxb. (wears in this Pike, 33; Powell, 7; Pulaski, 45; Robert Several from horo attended the exhibibrother, his family a loving husband 2KX. son, 1; Rockcastle, IS; Rowan, 10; Rus. In tion at Bolls Hun Friday. community and kind father, the sell, 13; Scott, IS; Shelby, 18; Simpson Mrs Mary Kelly, who has been with which ho lived a good citizen. Official Call for Republican Sta'e 9; Spencer, 0; Taylor, 12; Todd, 16; TrU'ir, Resolved, second, tliat u, pago be set her daughter for quite a vvhllo, returnII; Trimble. 3; Union, 13; Warren, 29; apart In our lecords for a copy uf ed homo Saturday at Adaburg. Convention, 1912. Washington, 13; Wane, 19; Webster, 18; Mr. Aaron Hay, of Wlittesv llle. vlnlt-c- d these resolutions, a copy sent to tho Louisville, Ky., Feb. II, 1912. i WIdtlcy, 10; Woodford, H; Wolfe. S. No. rolatlves hero from Thursday until Masonic Homo Journal and the county Ilepuhllcan Electors of Kentucky: To the of Delegates, 2136. Necessary to choice Sunday. paper for publication. In accordance with established custom 1179. Very Respectfully, ItftBnagfe&g are made OSCAR ALLEN, and In obedience to tho rules governing GEORGE W. WELSH, Cli'm'n. My Life Saved by Pe-run- a. The Newer Catechism. T. E. COOPER, Kentlie llcpublluiti Organisation of ALVIS S. BENNETT, Sec'y. 33U CLARENCE JAMES, Q. What Is a captain o. Industry? tucky, and tho official call pf tho Mr. S. S. Committee. A. A cuptaln of Industry is u mun National Committee, Uio of He would Make a Speech. who can get 10 di hilts while trying to an State Central Committee uf Greenville, Birthday Dinner. finest tfjijnchest changed, get a and bill Kentucky now dliects that a HtatoCou-Miitlo- n A young man who recently got mar. 111., writes: The surpriso birthday dinner given to grade of twenty-doll"I was for sLmsmHT of iloloijatcd icpresontatlves of tied Insisted tliat it was his duty to m.iko then como buck with tho Mrs. Rebecca Loach Feb. Si, seemed to five yarn aLLLLRii&f to hosiery bill. Patty of Kentucky be a tfixecli. the lUmublluin be much enjojed by all. Though tho t r oublod Q. What Is cxecutlvo ability? making. held In the City uf Louisville, Kentucky, And this is how he did it: i day was gloomy and rainy, it did not caA. Executive ublllty is tho bull that Let the children, romp and "My dear friends, I or It elves mo at one o'clock "p. in. standard time, tarrh. Two keep them from coming In with their play to their hearts' content. makes another man do your work. on Wtdncsday, tho tenth day of April, great plenum e to tell that ts.to Jnfotm years ago I well heavy laden baskets filled .with See how much better their Q. What is etiquette? 1912, for tho purpo.su of electing foar you that I tJiouldn't llko to bo a wid- had ono foot prepared food. Tho dinner wus much you stockinKS fit look and wear. makes A. Utlquetto Is whut delegatts fioiu thu Statu of Kentucky ow I moan a bachelor again, and P:n in the grave. : of a surprise, alto tho presents given We stand responsible for under smllo when you aro cussing at large, and four ulternuto delegates nt sure my wlfo wouldn't either. No, no! I had tried and by Attorney Einest Woodward docyour breathy lurgo to the National Convention of tho I shoud hive bald my wife woulldn't soven x BBBBiuk!k others were a surpriso and were much Q. If holes appear in toe, heel llepuldlcan Paity to bo hild In Chica- bo a spin that Is, a spinster It she tors and alWhat Is finesse? t"j appreciated by her. so went to or sole within four months A. Finesse, is milking the other fel go, Illinois, on Tuesday, Juno 18, 1912, could. Er I can not sit down I moan a A READER. you yet new $9fiteills free. low pay for thu dinner while you pay and for tho' purpose of nominating two I cun not resume my seat without specialist in two bits for cigars. electors fiom said Statu at largo, to bo thanking ou for tho blithday-a- -l St Iioula, Farm for Sale, Q. .What Is liospltaltty? votid for ut tho election .to bo held No- mean wedding presents which ou have and took TO acres of hill land. Plenty of timC, 1912. A. Hospitality Is wliero you show a showered upon mo with such confusion vember , Johnson ber to keep place up. Good dwelling, man a good tlmo for two days and Mr. of er prof union. You huvo mado us very The delegates to bald State Convengood tobacco and Block barns! splendid get even by making him keep you for tion to bo held In tho County Seat in happy with our gifts, which wo valuo medicine a day. I could not walk more Hawes-Vlll- o st uncial d far more tluui jour presence er1 mean than a hundred yards without resting. well in yard. On Hartford and two weeks. each County ut ono o'clock, J. L. HICKS, road. "My friends told me to take Peruna, Q. What is acumen? tho time, on Ajirll 6, 1912, except In that Is I should have said that I Hartford, Ky., II. F. D. 5. and I did so. I new fool that Psruna 14 A. Acumen Is when you drink whis of Hell, Boyd, Campbell and moan I she or rather wo said-H- ero counties haa saved my life. It is the best modi and ho gave it Kenton, In which counties bald convenThe average life of railroad cross-- I key when the other follow bujs cine on earth, and I would not bo. . order beer when you buy. of Press. tions bhall be held in tho elites I tie is fifteen years. without It." Gov-InqtWy-mn- GREAT PITCHERS "' I 5 fj SIX ROSE !!..!.. BUSHES ui " FREE - m f I liar-nurd.- n Ar-bl- I,i-Jor- 8 S one-year-o- ld g The Roses Described. 2 2 S g 5 now to Get the Roses g e, Pltt-bur- Hartford. J jt ie J fj j it &' 9V9s;s;9999sfs;9$s;sfsf9sf9v fr s, to-w- OTASH & pic-vlo- ilSs2i3fc-- e. '.uBsM Met-cal- Si-ja- - pa-pa- TRIED 'ifc fc. SEVEN DOCTORS the Children ic Johnson, ten-doll- yean with ar wearing to withstand hard knocki and hard wear. Thejrarc knitted the and known bbSf'V': bbVffir '''' catarrh several klnda ljijfjVvM t. BWRD HO. Hartford, Ky. I "r" 'J'i'.'T "m'viawiw -- -la - V