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Could Not Overcome Habit For HUixtfotb DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS JtoitMitittt Subscription $1 per Year No. 34 COL, ROOSEVELT CE OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1912. Jnmcs with tils uncle, nnd tlio ion, Holmes, nnd Iko Short, hurried to the had death office, only to find that claimed Dr. Holmes. Dr. Strother was summoned, nnd dead wild that Dr. Holmes luid liccn but n few moments, as tho lody wus showed An examination still warm. nnd lips woro badly that tlio mouth burned by the acldr by Coroner was hold An Inquest Pennington, nnd the Jury returned a verdict that Dr. Holmes camo to his " ncnl, cnrbollo death by swallowing with suicidal Intent. was then removed to the Tho body Owensboro Undertaking and Lit cry nsso elation and prepared for Initial. Dr. Holmes Is tho sou of Col. nnd Mrs J. M. Holmes, both of whom are In very feeble heutlli. He was born near Habit In Daviess county, nnd after graduating from Jefferson Medical college of took up the practice of medicine near Ullcn, whero with tho exception of four years residence in California and Colorado, lie wns engaged SI years in his profession. IIo was always a kind hearted and painstaking physician uud was neer known to refuse to seo a patient, regnrdlcss of the weather, or whether nr not he would get any money for his services, and on this latter ac of count ho is said to liavo hundreds dollars on his books still owing lilm. ODD FELLOWS HOLD GREAT MEETING Over a Thousand ton. Members Gather At Lexing- Strong Drink and Made Up Mind to End All. ! U Concerning, of Dr. W. K. Holmes, of Owensboro, tho Inquirer Monday said: After finishing two pages on a giving n description of soma Insurance policies and notes that ho held, ii ml also a few lines bequeathing to Ms wife, and Mien ccrtnin projierly calling lilt wife over tlio telephone from ins office, telling her "goodbye. r. W. K. Holmes, oiio of the most prominent nnd well Known physicians of Owensboro Daviess county nnd MiicliUi committed shortly nfter 7 morning by swallowing o'clock this nearly tlio entlro contents of u hottlo of carbolic ueld. Death Wilson Breaks Record. unlet, luive leu almost Instantaneous, ns thtro was no uxidcuco of nnv Washington, Mahch 1. James Wilson. broke struggle, nnd when his Secretary of Agriculture, today found hy In brother, James Holmes, and his son nil records for continuous service presidential cabinets. Ho now has servJ, L. Holmes, tlio doctor was lying on Ills hack with tils legs crossed closely-n-t ed fifteen years. Tho longest previous tlio hottom nnd his hands clasped term of any cabinet officer was credited to Albeit Ylnllutln, who was Secreucros-.his breast. That Dr. Holmes had Intended tak- tary of tho Treasury from 1901 to 1913. ing his life, there can be no question, us everything had liecn decided uhiii, RED INK AND ns shown from tils nctlons, Tlio further fact that ho douhtless haw that WOOD ALCOHOL It was linpossllilo fur him to oercomc Ills thirst for strong drink luistened lilm to end his life. Dr. Holmes inowd Ills family to Ow- FOUnd in Bottle Instead Of th ensboro about threo months ng, The Genuine Ten Year Old Jng purchased tlio handsome residence " of W. S. Dean on Frodorlcn court. Liquor. In the rear He opneed tip his offleo 13. Decker's office at cortlio of Dr. II. i ner of Fourth ami I'redcrlca streets. Louisville, Ky., Match 1. A number throughout JIo continued the prnettco of surburban saloon keepers nro said neighbothu Utlen mill MoMsleyvlllo to have been swindled by two well rhood, and during the past ten days whiskey agents, according to dressed constantly on the go, reports lie had been mado to tho pollie department day nnd night. Wednesday night. The two men repOn last Thursday Dr. Holmes had themselves resented to be placing a call out In tlio Ilandyvlllo neighborWhiskey' uprequired hood which Ills attention on tlio market. They are alleged to Upon his renearly tlio entire night. have been their victims samples of turn home, ho wns completely worn good whiskey add In order to introout, nnd was suffering groatlj' with duce It mado the following proposiBelieving that a drink nervousness. one or more cases "Vou buy tion: of whiskey would quiet ills nerves ho of whiskey. For every case wo will tlio which was took n small dram, distribute in your territory G"0 brass beginning of tlio sad catastrophe that checks, each good for ono drink. Your Caused him to tuko Ids life. customers will bring In the chock and At ono time Dr. Holmes 'was an exrecelvo a drink and then wo will but cessive drinker, last December cents the checks at tifteon tliroo years ago, lie mado up Ills mind ouch." When the customers failed to to cease the habit, and told Ills wife, come In with tho checks the saloon so It Js said, that If ho ever took an- keepers Investigated the whiskey and other drink he would end bis Ufe. found that it was composed of red to lake his Dr. Holmes continued Ink and wood alcohol. i drinks, and for tlio past four days lias been under tho Influcnco of liquor Now Selling Ink. Ills on Sunday that and so much not only Washington, D. C, March 4. Clifford nctlons wore very notlccablo as Nadod, formerly a Covington resident, to his family but to his friends who made numerous attempts for tho well. morning 5 Dr. Democratic nomination for Congress In o'colck this At SIxUi district, lias reached Wash3ils liame and the arose and left Holmes ington, but not as a member of ConAs soon came at once to Ids office. gress. Ho Is selling Ink. He wants to discovered his absence as Jits wife get the contract to supply the governshe at once became uneasy and for the new year. Holmes' residence ment departments to Col. thinking that ho had gono over to see His home Is now In Los Angeles, Cal. Nadod walked over the Sixth district his father, but slio was Informed that Congress. Then Mrs. Holmes when he first ran for lie had not been there. ho rodo over the district on a blcyclo. then Bent Iter son Jamoa to the office, on ho left Kentucky and went and ho found his fattier sitting at the Later to 'Egypt. Thoro he botteld water desk writing. Dr. Holmes told his son the .river Nile and shipped It to return homo and tell his mother from back to this country for baptismal to luwe breakfast ready by S o'clock purposes. as lie would be tliero by that time. to After a time ho wandered back to Before the young man had time country, and now he I In Mie Ink Holmes went over to this get home, Dr. business. Danhauer'a ,drug storo nnd purcliasod acid. of carbolic botUe a The young; clcik did not ask Dr. Bollefontalne, he wanted Olilo, March (Miss Holmes for what purpose ot Belle Center, this the poison, widen1 1b very rarely ask- Belle Holmes, ed when purchased by physicians. county, recently married at Ravenna, returning to his office, Dr. Ohio, to Perry Lowe, the ceremony Upon over the being performed by Itev. J. A. Whor-toHolmes called up ids wife tangle Is made He A relationship telephone and said "goodbye.' then went to his couch, and with the by this marriage that is difficult to unexception of about one table spoonful ravel. of the poison poured In Into a glass The bride Is the stepdaughter of John Lowe, who Is a brother' of her husand swallowed It. wife band. She married her unole and became told his When Dr. Holmes that something tbe sister of her father,whtle her hus"goodbye'' she knew terrfblo was going to happen, and she band Is a son of his brother. Site Is sent her soh, who had Just entered the her own aunt and her husband is bis ,i, ,,t , , house, over to Col. Holmes' residence. own uncle, Die milehlo four-ouns d m tela-phonfour-oun- TugM Kinhif. n. . M. Louisville, Ky., March 2. Carrie Attorney Owen, through It. David Murray, has sued the Continental Casualty Company ot Chicago, for .'5.CO0 damages. She sas her brother, Guy F. Moorman, of Breckinridge county, who died from a fall from a street car In Los Angclos, liad a policy with the defendant company for and tliat the company, without hor consent, performed an autopsy on her brother and removed and retained fcr a time the heart, lungs, kidney, stomach, spinal cord and part ot the backbone. she When she learned tills slio says suffered nervous prostration, for which Peculiar Accident. A Boyle county stockman turned a slio asks damages in tho sum named. bunch of steers Into a field pn the farm She burled the body less the parts men by tioned, which were not received of A. F. Sanders, near Bryontsvllte-Havtndriven a considerable distance her until six weeks later, and which and being almost famished for water, then had to be burled with the body "as tho cattle made a rusji for a pord. Tho formerly Interred by her.' Ice broke with the weight pf the and sixteen head were drowned Oldest man Dead. tn sight ot the astonished drlt'er. The Columbia, Ky., March 4. Information water was unusual deep and there wus of the death of John Morg, which ocno chance of rescuing the struggling curred on Indian Creek, Clinton counanimals. The steers belonged to M. J. ty, a few days ago, has Just reached Farrts, ot Danville, and wero valued at here. He was perhaps the oldest man 60 a head, the loss amounting to 1800. In tho world. Ho came to this country from Germany In ISIS. His papers show he was a soldier In tho War of ISIS, as Scarcity of Stock Feed. he . drew a pension for this service for Mt. Sterling, Ky., March 4 Montgomery county farmers and stock men' are many years. His papers gives liis ago facing a "feed famine' for stock, and as 24 at the time he enlisted. Taking unless the weather moderates shortly that as a cue, he was about 121 years and grass comes, they will bo In a bad old when he died. He became a citizen predicament. The past year corn was ot Clinton county about fifty years ago. scarce, and common fodder was pracSchool Motes. tically worthless. As a consequence all V has about been used, and cattle men Misses Leila Glenn and Nancy Fori ur are now feeding considerable clover and ipent tlio week end with friends timothy liay Instead ot fodder, which Is leaver Dam. something unusual tn this county, and Mr. Dudley Westerfleld, No Creek. with another month of winter all feed ancr-- a llss Dona Hoover, Clear Run, tu- will have bean used. Considerable corn tered the Normal Department U being shipped In here, and that ot day. good quality Is finding ready sale at Revs, and Mell, after which tG per barrel in tho city, while of farm- Mell, of Beaver Dam, Mr. Yates, ers and stock men are hauling It to Marlon, and Col. Harnett, city, were morning. the country by wagon loads. Timothy present at' Chapel ,' Monday hay is selling steadily at 138 and ISO Devotional exercises wore conducted by ton; clover hay at ftt to f5; baled Rev, Wlmberly and Mell, after 'which straw, f to $12 per ton; oats at 75 Mr,' Yates sang two solos much to thu and cents per bushel; fodder, from 48 to M delight of the pupils assembled cents Per shock In field. These prices Rev. Wlmberly recited some pleasing re higher Mian tor many years In this numbers. county, and the scarcity of teed Is goMiss Effie Duke was absent from her ing to make export cattle Jump to high- "'mil several days this week on ac er prices than last year, and probably count of illness. touch Mie top figure. The feed situation The Senior class had a meeting Mon Is becoming alarming to stock men all day afternoon for the purpose of choos.i ing their class motto, colors, officer. orer this section. ht s, Lolngton, Ky., March 2. Over a Odd thousand Fellows from almost ovcry lodge In the State gathered in Lexington Thursday night to witness the work ijodgo of Mie Merrick champion dtgreo team of tho world In Initiating candl laics. This work Thursday night Was at the special of tho Gland t.odgo of Kentucky for tho benefit of the Odd Fellows who desired to sco this team tn nctlon. Long before the time for tho opening of tlio ceremonies tho crowds began to asscmulo at tho Auditorium and when the clock struck 8 o'clock and tho ceremonies began the lower floor of the large loom was complete ly filled. Among those piesent tvoro grand Master Otto A. Breith, of Covington, who mado a short address commending the team for Its excellent work and congratulating the members on their victory over nil other teams In the world, nnd Grand Secretary It. O. Klllot of this city. The Audltotlum wns fittingly deco rated for the occasion nnd the work of the team was carried on without a hitch, the excellent "" training Captain J. White Guyn having given ills men being moro than compensated for by the cheers w.hieh greeted tho efforts of the team. After their successful work at In dianapolis Lodge was the Mcrrlsl: swamped with letters of congratulation fiom other lodges and many letters from lodges asking them to omo to their. towns and put on the work o first degree. This was lmpo- slb'.e, so tho Grand Lodge of Kentucky suggested a plan which would give lodges tho benefit of the tho various work of tho Merrick Lodge degroo team while they Initiated twenty-etgl- it Fellows a cluiucc to witness tho work. Tho Gland Lodge an urgent InLodgo team vitation to tho Merrick to give nn exhibition at the Auditorium and every lodge In Kentucky was Invited to attend and bring their candidates with them. The team gave their consent to this plan and as a result tho hundreds of Odd Follows gathered In this city Thursday night, and rounds of applause greeted the team while the Initltaed twenty-eigcandidates into the mysteries of tlio order. of-th- Tho class Is composed of the following: Misses Daisy Wedding, Bess Hudson, Ozona Moseley, Flora Taylor, Beatrice LONDON POST-OFFIHaynos, Corlnne Woodward, Leila Glenn, F.fflo Duke, Eddltu Duke, Ituth lllley, Lela Magna. Messrs. Herbert Felix, Carries Fireball Into Building and Edgar Barnard and Shelby Stevens. Mrs. Ney Foster was In Owensboro Then Smashes Plate last Saturday nnd Sunday. Dana Walden, the Mugtclan, present Glass. ing tho third Lyceum number, delight fully entertained a largo audlenco fit evening. the Opera House Wednesday London, March 3. A suffragette aton tempted to start a flro In tho general Tho fourth number will be given March 29th when Wlggnm, a lecturer post-of- f leo of London Tho woman carried a bundlo of paper and of wldo renown, will lecture. flimsy material soaked with parnfluo Kentucklans Lose Out. into the public hall and set It on flro Washington, March 4. Kentucky again n hear a corner. She then smashed Is represented hi tho army of unemplntcglass window and surrendered ployed among the former census clerks Jlersolf to the police. In Washington, which to tho extent of A hundred suffragettes, awaiting trial 2S1, who drew their ilast pay Thursday in Ilolloway Jail, engaged in a riotous evening. When this 231 were dismissed demonstration lasting two hours today. by Census Director Durand, tho last of They bioko tho windows of their cells, sang, tho "Marseillaise" and shouted to tho temporary clerks who went on duty In 1910 were severed from the governsee "Our Leader, Mrs. Pankhurst.' payroll. The employes Just dis Many thousands of pollco have been or ment charged were from thirty-eigStates. dercd to bo hi the vicinity of Parliamen Tho force still on duty Is under the Square tomorrow night, and other elabcivil service. orate precautions have been adopted against another 'threatened suffragist Many ot tho clerks let out were hard lilt, financially, as wero tho 2,000 or demonstration. moro discharged at various times during the past few weeks. While all of 3. conclusion Detroit, March At tho Sylvia Pankhurst, them knew that their tenure of offleo of an address by yet few seemed to have was limited, the British militant suffiagette, before laid aside anything for a "rainy day." a largo audience here today, a cablegram was sent to Premier Asqutth, of Tho result was that hard luck stories wero numerous, and men in public ofGreat Britain, In behalf of tho "Votes fice were called on for aid in securing for Women" campaign now In progress for money, railroad other positions, In Iondon. Tho message fololws: Some few may get other tickets, etc. "Bxtrolt mass meeting aska enfran positions in Washington, others will chisement for brave British women." not. tho A cablegram also was sent to of England Woman's Political Union extending tho sympathy of the mass ILLUMINATION . meeting, and notifying the women that. a messago liau been sent to mo NIAGARA FALLS Premier. Miss Pankhurst In her address churged that Chancellor of the British Cabinet, was chiefly re By New York State and Province sponsible for thp defeat of the efforts of Tested enfranchise of the women to secure ment, because of his refusal to Include Successfully. women tn tho manhood suffrage bill. TRIES TO BURN JUEADING Has Taft Beaten Two to One In Oklahoma. Will Do Jury Service and Refuses to Dodge His Duty as Citizen. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, March 4. Returns received up to noon (today show that 227 delegates to tho Oklahoma Republican State Convention are instructed for Roosevelt and 113 Instructed for Taft.. I.ast night's reports wore that 127 delegates had been In- structed.for Taft. This was found to day" to bo an error In telegraphic 'communication. today that George A. It appears Priestly, of Hartlesvllle, a Rooscvolt supporter, is certain of election as national committeeman. REFUSES TO DODGE JURY. Y., 4. Col. Mlneola , N. March Roosevelt came hero tills morning fromv Oystcr Bay In response to a summons Though ho had' boon for Jury duty. assured In advance by Judge Schulzo that ho would bo exempted from service because of his military servlce.Col. sprung a surprise Roosevelt on tho crowd that was lined up In and around the court house to greet hlm.when he calmnly accepted tho summons to Jury duty without an attempt to evade service. Ho qualified as a member of the panel of petit Jurors, and only accepted a reprieve from service unttt Wednesday which was proffered lilm by Supreme Court Justice Putman, ot Brooklyn, who .was sitting hero today. "Are you really going to serve on the Jury?" asked several newspaper men as the Collonel ,was leaving the court room. "X am on replied Mr. the Jury," Roosevelt. "I conceive It to be a man's duty to serve when he Is called. I tomorsliull be at tho Outlook offices row to keep an appointment. After tliat I shall make tlils Jury service my my chief consideration, and readjust other arrangements to accord with it." on tho There are about fifty cases calendar which will be presented to the Jury, most of which are civil actions against the Long Island railroad. returned Just before Col. Roosevelt to Oyster Bay he consented to tajk ot the fragment of a letter given out In Washington yesterday, In which he Is positively declared quoted as having that he would not be a candidate for the Presidency in 1912. "Before I reply to this matter in detail I shall Insist that the letter be made public in full, and the name ot the person to whom It Is addressed be given out," he said. "Meantime I have but to say that any man dishonest enough to publish a private letter, especially without giving his name, is dishonorable enough to publish a portion ot It apart from the context. "Everybody with whom I have been that I In communication knows been consistent In my course; that I have never sought nomination, but that I have never placed myselt In a position where I could not accept wanted tlio nomination It the party me." will be As a Juror, Col. Roosevelt mileage from paid 13 a day and .his Oyster Bay. He seemed .to be, delight he ed at tho prospect, and Bald tliat Avaa not worried about the Preslden- campaign. Others, ho said, were taking care of that. have-alway- ht " OF' Lloyd-Georg- e, OntarioPlan Woman Wants Damages. Albany, N. Y., March 3. The first step toward acrrylng out the project for the permanent Illumination at night of Niagara Fans at tlio Joint expense of the State of New York and tho province who ot Ontario will be taken Glttlns, ot Niagara Falls.wlll Senator present a bill to the Legislature to make calls the pbon effective. The measure for an appropriation of 150,000 for the construction of a power plant and I2.K0O for Its maintenance for ono year. The money however, will not be avallublo until Ontario provides equal appropriations for the subject. the According to Senator Glttlns, on tho part of necessary Canadian authorities will be forthcoming. Ho lias been carrying on negotiations with members of the Provincial Parliamen t, an 1 Evan E. Frasler has a bill carrying similar appropriations, which will be presented soon to the Canadian The Joint appropriation of 100,000, Sen-atGlttlns says will provide an ample year power plant, while the $6,000 a of New will support it. Tho York and Ontario Is expected to obviate all difficulties which liitherto have balked efforts to carry out such a plan. Tho experimental illumination of the falls about flvo years ago, which was of mado possible by the contributions d citizens, was such a success, Senator Glttlns points out, that he believes his project to make tlio lighting permanent Is sure to win approval. pro-pars. publlc-Bplrlte- Heflin Woodmei Booming. There Is probably no Camp of Wood' men of the World In Ohio county with. he membeiBhlu equal tliat has grown o greatly as lias Heflin Camp No. J19. Last August their beautiful new, lode was hall, erected especially for them, ithey dedicated, and stnoo that time have taken in 17 new members and have about four more ready to be Initiated. They now have a total membership of about DO, and liavo their workers out Is after more Choppers. This Camp composed of good, solid material and Is under tlio eladershlp of Consul A. V. Rowan, who is assisted by Adviser Lieutenant Herbert Hoover, Banker Guy Rowan, and Clerk A. C. er Wilsoi Seitimeit Stroig. Washington, D. C, March F. McCombs, manager of the campaign Wilson, is putting of Gov. Woodrow Kentucky in the list ot Wilson States a trip through since his return from the South. Mr. McCombs asserts that he not only, found the Wilson organisation in Kentucky In good shape, but ha found a strong, Wilson sentiment among the masses. and Congressman Gardner Senator McQIUicuddy, both ot Maine, say that Impreg Gov. Wilson will be almost nable In tliat State It he I the party Clarence E. Carr, who was nominee. the Democratic candidate for Governor of New Hampshire In the tost State election, says Wilson will carry that State it be is nominated. Porter. ' To the Wool Growers of A. 8. ot . to meet at Hartford Saturday March to elect officers and attend to any business that may. come before the body. E. C. BAIUD, Pijss. KfUtt. V i y r L.v I WIDOW OF JllOliC EIJJ0T1 Dies At Her Home At Her Husband, a Judge of Court of Appeals, Was Assassinated in The Year 1879. h y n Ky., I'oli. Il.-Cntlottsl.urg, widow ct J. Klllolt, tlio venerable Judge John Stiller Klllott, who win assassinated at I'ninkfort In JST!, died nt lirr lioine here at ll::B o'clock The burial will be at Fr.inkfoit Tuesday, tlio lioily to ho laid to rest beside the giavc of her husband unilcr the by shadow of tlie monument raised in his memory. the State Frankfort, Ky., March 2 Judge John In tSTO In 31. Elliott whs assassinated of this city by Col. Thomas Huford, Henry county. The killing oecuired In Ann street nt the woman's ctitinnceof had the Capital Hotel. Col. Uufoid bought a, tract of l.iml In llonry county from Jamea Guthrie, and had made a payment of 111,000 on the land. He was nti'l unable .to meet fut titer pn meats the title of the land was questioned. The lower court held the title valid and ordered the land sold for debt. It brought less than the $11,000 and the Appella'o Court sustained tho sale. Col. Huford was rendered Insane because of this loss and determined to kill the mem i bers of the Appellate Couit. He had , made up his mind to kill Judge Pryor, his neighbor, as ho felt more agileved at lilm than any other member of tho bench, but refrained from doing so because Judge Pryor had a family. Judge l'rjor stopped In at tho grocery of Lawience Tobln, a prominent .some politician of that day, to taste up elder, and Judge lUllott camo on to the hotel. Col. liuford was waiting on the opposite side of tho stieot.aud when Judge Klliot was about to s.top on the first step to go into tho hotel he called to lilm. Judge Elliot turned.Col. Bulord firing on lilm with a double-barrshot gun, tho load taking effect In his breast, killing him Instantly. Col. Huford camo up to where Judge Elliott was lying and, picking up ids iiat, he head, placed it under Judge Elliott's and felt to seo If his heart was beatwas ing. Finding that Judge Elliot dead lie said: "Off to tho wars again. Home hath no charms for mo and battlefields no jwln." was Dy this time W. II. Snecd, who boarding at tho hotel, rushed out ami arrested Col. Huford. "Consider ouiself under arrest," said Judge Sneed. Col. Huford jcpllcd: "1 surrended to Mrs. Su-calo-del it. Even with a automobllo that could keep up a pace of 00 mll"S a day Indefinitely, It would take a man more than 63 years to coer uU the public roads In the United States. A young mutt of twenty starting ovt to accomplish this ticmeudous task would be Jtt Terrible Train of Troubles. before ho had covcrc d tlio last tulle f Lake diaries, La. Mrs. E. Four-nd- r, public highway In this country. GIG Kirby street says: "The nn Investigation extending month before I took Canlul I could After ninny months, Logan Waller l'uge, hoad-achhardly walk. I had backache, of the Office of Public Itoui". pain in my lags, chills, fainting has ascertained that theio aro now sjbIU sick sdoniaoh, tlioi&slni.? fiJ".ins mites of public ronlls In the I'll-te- d and no patience or course. Since, .takStates. The figures Include all tho ing Cttrdul, I have no more pain, and new toads built up to the year l1". fool good all tho time." Takw Cardul 1901 there wero oact!y 2,151,379. It nnd got th0 benefit of the peculiar In Is apparent, thcrofoie, that the Increas herb ingredients, which have been mileage of new roads within a perfound so efficient for iwomanly Ills. ed iod of about flic years has been 4S,'Jw. Other pooplo have done the testing "The Investigation Just conclude I." You profit by their experience. Try said Director Page, In an lntenl w. high-powernnil'l-pllcntlo, E-2- 2. g..r pupils. Tho teacher was surprised when Horace without tho least hesitation spelled tho word correctly. Other handed words equally difficult wero him, nnd he soon demonstrated that !io could spell any word In the selling book nnd hundreds of them not in tlio book. He has attended school only two month". In Ills memory Is Just as wondciful reading nnd mental arithmetic nn It is in spelling. He can rend a chapter hi book lay the tho New Testament, wlthoit aside nnd leclto the chapter omitting a word. He knows the table us well ns he knows the alphabet, nnd ho can lepcat It botu way from memory. IMPROVING THE PUBLIC HIGHWAYS Shows Large Increase in Five Years Kentucky Fifth to Highest. "Feed Dr. Hess Stock Tonic on Three Months Test at Our Expense." Dn Hess Clark- This is what Dr. Hess & Clark write us, nnd we stand ready to make good that guarantee to the letter. If it doesn't pay, return to us the empty packages nnd we will refund your money. Feeding 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 n healthy animal eats is found undigested in the manure. If this wasn't true how could we 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 the wasted nutrition by increasing digestion is known as 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. or Hundreds of Herds Made Immune from the Socalled Hog Cholera Epidemic by Feeding Dr. Hess Stock Tonic, Dr. Hess & Clark are having hundreds of letters from stockmen all over the corn belt that are 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 the same growth and egg producting function as Dr. Hess Stock Tonic. One extra egg will pay for all the a hen cats in three months. PnillifV p5)n9arpBa auuiuj ail a lC a Pan-a-ce- -a Instant Louso Killer Kills Lice. Billing's Letter to Farmers. Beloved farmers: AgrlKultur farm lz the mother ov produce: she lz also the stepmother ov gnrdln sass. the o'clock in ltize at haffpast morning, blld up a big fire the in burn out two pounds of kitchen, and grease your boots. Vnlt pashuntly for da brake. When .,. .. .. .. . .... . ul,z ""lKV " "wn "iiiuue.ae- ie geesee and worry up tne tlio stir hog". Too much sleep Is ruinous tew geese and tew hogs. Ilemomber yu leant git rich on a farm, unless yu rizo at 2 up motnlng, nnd stir o'clock In the the hogs nnd worry the geese. Tho happyest man In the world lz the farmer; ho rises at 2 o'cleoek In for da llto tho morning, he wutehes tew brake, and when she duz brake, geese ho goes out and sths up the and worrys the hogs. "What lz a lawyer? What lz a merchant? What is a doktor? What lz a minister? I answer, nothing. ov A farmer iz the nobless work God; he rites at 2 o'clock In the morning, nnd burns out a haff a pound ov wood and two kords ov kandel, and tew wouy tho geese then goes out and stir up the hogs. Beloved faunas, udew. JOSH BILLINGS. kan-dels, . Many sufferers from rheumatism have been Mirptlscd and delighted with the prompt relief afforded by applying Cham berlaln's Liniment. Not one case of rheumatism In ten requires any internal treatment whatever This Unlment Is for sale by all dealers. m the law." , Judge Sneed .remarked: "It's a pity you did not do It two minutes ago;" to which Col. Huford replied, "I have been wronged greatly." jail. Col. I In foul was placed In the and a mob formed to take him from the Jail to lynch him. Goernor McCrcury was Governor at that time, and ordered the McCreary Guards to tho jail, and they dispersed life. tho mob and saved Col. Huford's Col. Huford wus sent to tho asylum at Lexington, but escaped to Jeffersonvill.'. where he remained for a long time, us there was no law to eUradlto escaped lunatics, lielng unable to got support he finally returned to Kentucky nnd to tho asylum ausurrendered lilm-scl- f thorities where ho died. Live Sparks. Don't expect to bo stampeded home to glory. Tho heart of granite Is seldom celebrated on a tombstone. A sincere heart does not need ,to be advertised by a solemn face. Few pieachers ever thaw out a frozen e church by presenting all the time. Thcro Is no car lino to Heaven; If you find yourself sitting down as you Journey, you aro not on the way. The Christian Herald. holl-fJr- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has won by Its remarkable cures of coughs.colds by its remarkable cures of coughs, codls and croup. It can be depended upon. Tr it. Sold by all dealers. m Beware of Ointment for Catarrh that Contains Mercury. will sureJy destroy the and comptotcly dcranso tho whole .system when cntcilng It through tho mucous surfaces. Such aron ticles should never bo used except prescriptions fiwin reputable physicians, us tho damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive d from them. Hall's Catairh Cure, by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no niercuiy, and Js taken In ternally, acting directly upon tho blood nnd mucous surfaces of tlio system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cuiu bo suio you got tho genuine. It Is tukeu Internally and mmlo In Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney !c Co. Testltmonlals free. Sold by diugglMs. Pike, 7Je, per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills for constitution, m As mercury seiifce of smell maim-fuUun- LBMsMMMrv LMtfikv miMBBlHM ers were cruelly paddled. Mr. Leavltt business nnd In nit public services. obtained his facts from an official ropoit No man who could be elected Presito tlio State by a Coin-n- il I.OKlslatuie dent could do us much harm een wero Presidential Year. ttco which conducted a lontr Invettl-Batlohe so InclltKMl, and there Is no Hsslblllty rollowlnt; Is u brief extract of our electing a itifflun, u rencgndo or from tho article: dictntor to tho office. "Now tho paddlo Is not n lash. It Is The oounlry Is safe, nnd what we nil merely a piece ot lieay solo leather should do Is to put tho snuffers on this There Is a ast conUncent of good shaped HUe a tennis racket ami fastened, talk of poor business In a Prostdentl.il the our. with copper rivets, to a wooden handle. people wlur alwas Imagine that J It weighs nlxmt two pound. The aux- party In power Is oppressing tho people, Wo all nred food, shelter nnd clothing In iliary apparatus consists of a ladder, and that when there Is a change Just as hi other years. Picsldents butter will be ten cents n barrel, clialns.liundcufis ami ropes. Tlie The sun shines, tlio water runs, tlio pound, eggs throe dozen for n quarter, ladder Is about nine feet long and has a winds blow, tho coluds elms.' eactiotlur set of brackets In which the barrel l. with everything else cheap in protMirthm ncioHs the blue, tho bllds nest, tho fluttaro held firmly, Icmjthw Iso. Tho barrol Is nnd wages twice us high as they ers bloom ami blossom, and tho crop, small, pel haps the slzo of a 'half' beer now. when we sow nnd culthulc Uie harvest, roads: This Idea probably comes from the fau barrel. The prisoner, .snipped, Is laid will be found big with fulfillment. 15)1 i:o upon the barrel, his twit roped to riiuns that the aveiago Hum only reads one nw Out upon this foolish fear that someKentucky .. .. 9.IS5 M.lll paper, and that the ono that mirrors his at ono end of the ladder and his liands thing Is about to happen! 21,9V, 2J.S77 Indiana bound with steel cuffs which are chained own prejudices. To sit ainiind and moon Is to lose Just Ohio 2I1"S a. 1(f) Utery 1'rcsldcut Is a disappointment, and to the other end-o- f tlio ladder. Two New York C.STS l.M men then unite their strength to strength the hope of a change comes as a glad and that much time. And time list Is hut ' f mover. 10,(31 Wisconsin 1.!07 theso ropes and chains tnut.ln order V welcome relief. To your knitting, girls, to your knit- Illinois 7,921 J.D'I prevent the prisoner's body from movl'or most of us the times are nlwns hatd tins! Uy Klbert Mubbard. s.w; California s.J;7 ing or giving at any polnt.thcrcby weak- and even In the midst of prosperity m.inj Massachusetts S,4'j3 7.SI3 ening the foico of the blows. The pi people find It difficult to pay their bills What wo Nov Force!. luad is covered by a sheet, so and to get enough money to pay nit the According to science, aro tho things Blind Dizzy Spells. that ho may not see his tormentors. things they would like to. associated with our early liomo life, Wilmington, N. C Mrs. Ora L. Another sheet Is placed upon Ids baclc, Inertia tugs at us, and the "cussedness such as llucklcn's .rutca SjlIvo, that Rltter, writes from this place; "I so that the provision of the humane law of things'' Is on eery hand.. As elec- mother or grandmother Used to euro used to have blind dizzy spells, and against punishment on Uie baro body tion time approaches we Just iult wor.t. our burns, bolls, f.culds, sores, skin erupweak cold spoils went all ovor shall not bo Infringed. Tho warden Is lay off, and say "Nothing cuts, sprains or bruises. Forty doln' until tions, doctors could not toll mo called In to superintend; ami the blows utter election." yeais of cures prove Its merit. what was wrong. After, taking oardu aro laid on. homo men can stand .is for idles, corns or cold sores. OnI am all right and In bettor health many as sixty or secnty blows. It was There Is only ono thing to bo afraid ly Z cents at all druggists. m of, nnd that Is fear. than for 10 years." Cardul Is a reme- reported; others collapse at the fifth or Fortunately, most of our troubles never dy for women which has btvn used sixth; most ot them faint at tho tenth The Dying Hickory Trees. by women for nearly a lifetime. It or twelfth blow and mercifully remain como to pass. And occasionally wo ,;o right tluought a time ot trouble nnd for prevents the unnecessary pains of fe- unconscious. Oi account of tho uluo of the hick male troubles, such as headache, back"The pleco of solo leather Is perfor- got to shudder until wo get out on tho ory for shade, nuts, and many commerings, etc. Try it. ated by many small holes, perhaps nn broad highway whero tho roail Is clear cial wood products. Circular 111 ot tho i Hiueau of Hutoiuology, S. Deirt' Inch or so apart. These servo a double and tho nutomoblllng good. Some of our griefs wo luivo cured, and nicnt ot Agriculture, by A. I). Hopkins, purposo; they suck up the ulr which Prisoners Cruelly Paddled in a but, Is ot special Interest to the people of would otherwise cushion tho force of tho sharpest wo liave surUveJ, Michigan Prison. thoy suck up what torments of pain wo endured from any community, county or state within the blow somewhat, and tlio natural range of this aluablo tree. Julian Leavltt, who lias been studying the victim's flesh as the leather comes In the evils that never arrhed. Tho world has fallen heir to a great prison life In tho United States It appears that although thero have I for contact with it. Then, says tho report. years, lias a thrilling article In the March when tho paddlo Is pulled off every legacy of fear. Wo aro nil more or los been scleral and sometimes complicat ed causes for the death, within tlio last American JIuRlalne, In which ho de- when tho jiaddlo Is pullcsl off very slow- - Imbued with It. scribes some ot the methods of punishIf this wero not so. I would not bo ten yeurs, of a largo percentage of ly and carefully.cach perforation, as It ing convicts In Ameilcan prisons. In releases tho flesh which has adhered to writing on the subject now, and tho fact tlio hickory trees, lu estimations havo ono ot tho penitentiaries of Michigan lt,8ends Its own message of pain to tho that I am writing on it proves that I proved that tlio hickory txirkbeetlo l he found that until very recently prison man on the rack, thus Intensifying tho huvo not gotten tho microbe fully out of by far tho most destructlio Insect enemy system. my, and Is, therefore, In tlio majority agony a hundred fold! Uut this I do bellovo that tho lions of cases, tho cuuso of tho present "A dcllcato touch Is added by cover dying of the trees. ing tho victim's body with a sheet soaked aro always chained, and usually they Tho simple and practical methods recIn salt water. Tho sting of tho salt aro only plaster of paris lions. water, as It penetrates tlio lacerated Among our superstitious fears Is tho ommended In this circular will, If put nnd flesh, adds on exquisite touch of pain." Idea that a Presidential year Is always Into practice between October 1 a bad year for business. May 1, enable those Intel ested to protect This stuto of mind comes to us from a their trees. A Wonderful Offer. tliuo when kings ruled tho woild, and a Hood liw B!g Offer ot Tho Rajmh-ca- n chungo of government was effected onHilda Issuo ly through on another ixigo ot deuth, violence and FOR FLETCHER'S n. "shows conclusively Mint the movement for tho Improvement of public highway has obtained a firm grip on the co The percentage of roads will. It were really impioed, amounted to T.il In 1901, while In 1J"1, to which ir statistics aro now available, the percentage was s.C3. "It Is Interesting to observe the growth of Improved methods In road const Mon. For instance, tho total mlleu-jof gravel roads In 1JUI was lOy.90.",, while In 1909 It was S!,23T. The total mileage of grael roads In 1901 was 10U.905, while In 19tO it was only l"2.S?o. This decrease In gravel loads, however, was due to a reclassification of toads. Many of gravel those reported In 1901 to bo of proved to be of some other substance, while eagerat!ons were eliminated. "The total mileage of sand-clalirKk. bituminous-macadaand other Improved roads In 1901 was C.Mi;, while In VMi the mileage reached 2S.3T2." The Office of Public Heads has Ju- -t Issued a table showing the states having tho largest mileage of Improved . e y. Ohio County Drug Company, ' :haftfof:d, INCOUI'OKATEI) TUCKY jr Uuil-wilc- il 3. 1 Children Cry BARTLETS. ijH3li SOtLniyiBHMK "A KOYAL SLAVE" nnr m- r jMEMM-m- wherein you can got tills iilKff, Thu Farmer & Stockman and tho Poo- - Tlio grand Chnmberlaln, who stood In pies Popular Monitihly, oiio tvaair oaoh, tlio window of tho palace nnd called and a full slzo 10x20 crayon uiiUirgo- - aloud to seo multitude, "Tho King is 2?U meni ALL for $2.05. dead long live tho King!" while nil roo-lutlo- n. CASTORI A 2.-Sc- Real Prodigy. lioekport. Ky., March 2, llornco Hates ii of Mr. and Mis. tho e.ven year old A. N. Hates, of fticiuincntu, In Mcl.cuu county, holds tho lecuul as a leal pi. id. Igy and Is tho most iciuuikablo person In Western Kentucky. Tlio wonil derful exploits of thij child wonder two months ngo, when tho teachIn the Sacramento uiaded school, In a. ajdrlt of fmi, a.sked tho little fellow q spell a difficult eoograiililcal word that had "bcyited" a number of Uo Uir- - er at Dr. Uean's. Ojjera House door around wero soldiers standing ut "pros, One of tho newest automatic closets will shut a door all tho way or ent arms," and tluj ulr bristling with bayonets, is In our minds. roturn It to any desired width of Government for us Is not a thing tli.it rules-- It Is merely a matter ot business. The real fact Is, not conducted by tho Many Driven from Home. Every year, In many parts of tho President or his Cabinet. There Is a big country, thousands are driven fiom their forco of ublo men who liavo held Vhcir diseases. positions long, und theso nro men who homes by coughs uud lung Friends and business aro left behind do their work and hold tholr peace. Tho President's power Is largely in but this Is costly for other climates, the lino of publicity. Ho stands In the and not always sure. A better wuy to use Dr. limelight, but the wotk goes right along tho way of multitudes-- Is King's New Discovery and euro your without him. Wo are ruled by tho spirit of self at home, Stay right there, with tho your friends, and tako this afd modi-cin- thnos, tho Zeitgeist Is supremo, and no find order, eyen of the Supremo Court, ts Throat and lung troubles quisle relief and health returns. Its operated unless It Is backed up by the help Is coughs, colds, grip, croup.whoop-Ingcoug- h public opinion. In America today wo liave a more and sore lungs make It a pos itive blessing. COc and $1.00. Trial bot stable public opinion that ever before In the history of the world. Tho new drugby all tle free. Guaranteed . m spirit ot the times demands honesty In In this district. gists. i e. Feb. at this place closed on tho S3rd Inst. It was taught by Mr. Norbcrt L. Itoss, of near Heaver p.im. and was one of the most successful schools that has been .taught hero fo.' soveral years. Theio wus a largo crowd present which wus delightfully entertained by tho many excellent and which wero delivered by tlio students nnd tcuciior.il After wiilch Ills Uuby V. Mitchell delivered a most beautiful und Imprekslvu speech hi which slio praised Mr. Hoss for his klndnesijf and good work as toucher, presenting to lilm scleral handsome and aluablo presents which wero furnished by Hid students of the scliool. This was followed by the farewell address which was delivered In a vory Imprcsslvo manA ner by the teacher. Mr. ltoas Is an excellent teacher n,i has the very best wUl.cs ot everyone es "7H?yv"iy,'.!,y.wwwB'r.i.liTgr,I-'i-rai.Ti'- Laag. z nr-a- rty SbtUliitlU fl I &POOL- - SBaaatBSk. FUME 6y LOWS m JOSEPHS umy0sjmicz. r -"kn. ntassssssssssssssssssssssssssBBsl -- awsssssssssi jaOSTRATIONSW ccwncHTi9Q9 ey CHAPTER X. It wru high noon when O'Rourke drove up before tho Palaco of the Governor-GeneraWeary, dusty and travel-staineas ho wns, ho hcsltnted no Instant about sending In his namo nd requesting an Interview with tho representative of Franco's sovereign power. Disappointment nwnlted him at the very outset; disappointment In tho shape of word that his excellency wns away. But tho namo of O'ltourko wns ono well and favorably known In tho province, nnd secured lilra nn Invlta tlon to nscend to tho Governor's offlco and state his business If ho cared to do so to tho gubernatorial secretary. Upon consideration ho ncccpted.nnd a llttlo later was seated In n broad, low, cool room In tho old Moorish palace, tho nffnblo secretary a young, lively nnd engaging French-mn- n solicitously sounding him as to hlo errand. It wns obviously tho ofllco of n mnn of grent affairs, presenting an eminently buslness-llklook for nil Us Oriental setting. To one side, set In tho solid masonry of the wall, wns a mas-elvsnfe with doors ajar, exposing a cavity well stocked with documents. It occurred to tlft ndventurcr that puch n snfo might easily have been tho plnco of security selected by tho Governor-Gencrnl for anything ho held In trust. Ho built upon it n theory whilst ho listened nor lost a point nnd replied to tho secretary. Tho latter regretted excessively that his excellency was absent: I1I3 excellency would undoubtedly bo desolated when ho returned and found ho had missed Colonel O'Uourke. "He'll bo back soon, monoicur?" "Alas, no!" with n ohrug. "Ho la en routo for Paris possibly arrived by this moment on matters of state." "And ho left?" "Sovernl days since, monsieur." "You know nothing of this package, Indorsed with tho namo of Monsieur Chambret?" To tho contrary: tho secretary know It very well. Ho could placo his hand upon It at any moment monsieur would appreciate that he durst not surrender it without tho Governor's authority. O'Rourke drew a long sigh of roller and was abruptly conscious of fatigue and a desire to get away and rest. "I'm obliged to ye," he said slowly, rising. Til hav to wait until tho Governor returns, I presume. . . . By tho way, are ye be any chanco acquainted with Monsieur lo VIcomto Trebes?" Dut certainly; the vlcomte was a great friend of his excellency's. He had dined with his excellency something over a week slsce, Just prior to the Iatter'a departure. "And I take It ye have seen nothing of the gentleman since?" "On the contrary, monsieur: the vlcomte called here but two days ago." It appeared that he had desired some l. d o o a A belled with tho namo of Monsieur Chnmbret . . ." Ho turned. "If Monsieur le Colonel will but return in half an hour, I undertako then to show him tho packet Itself. I shall by then have' found It but assuredly I" "Ye nro very courteous, monsieur. I will return." This ho did In two hours. Tho packet had not been found; tho secretary, In a flutter of nerves, confessed thnt through somo culpablo ncgllgenco It must have been misplaced. An extended search wns even then In progress. It would surely como to light beforo evening. "Thnnk ye; I shan't bo back," returned O'ltourko grimly; and went away, downcast for tho first time elnco tho inception of tho adventure. "Fnlthl and to think I would not tho truth when they slapped mo faco with It! And all the time, belike, 'twas In tho vlcomto's own pocket! . . ." Hut ho had no vocabulary to tho task of expressing his o ado-quat- o t. .tgsgjy "Do me the honor to. accompany me to the table." In the course of time, as tho vlcomte had predicted, the Honorable Bertie Joined them; and on sight O'Rourko diagnosed the "Indisposition" as plain intoxication. The Englishman was deep in his cups, far too deep to ape the urbanity of his host He favored O'Rourko with a curt nod nnd a surly look, then slumped limply into a chair and called for champagne, which he drank greedily and with a sullen air, avoiding the vlcorate's eye. Beforo dessert was served he passed into a black humor, and sat mutely glowering at his glass (what time he was not unsteadily filling It) without regard for either of his companions. When tho cloth was cleared and the servants had withdrawn, Des Trebes definitely cast aside pretence. A clgaretto between his lips, he lounged In his chair, eyelids drooping over eyes that never left his guest's while cither spoke. A cynical smilo prefaced his first words. "So," he said, "the farce Is over. Some regard for the conventions was necessary before tho servants of my friend, the owner of this villa. Now, we can bo natural, Monsieur lo Colonel." "Be all means; I cannot say I found tho play diverting, despite the skill of your friend's chef. I gather yo wish to get to business? Well I'm waiting." O'Rourko pulled at a cigar, e athonoring tho man with a tention. Ho had no longer to watch the honorable; the latter had wilfully relieved him of the necessity. "You have been then," pursued the vlcomte, without further circumlocution, "to tho palace of Monsieur le cat-lik- be said. Gouverneur-Gcnerale?- " Disconsolate, conceiving that ho had proven himself a blind, egregious fool, lio plodded with heavy steps and a hanging hend back to his hotel; where tho crowning stroke of tho day was presented to him In tho shape of a note, by tho hand of a black Blskrl porter. lo "Monsieur Colonel Terence O'ltourko. Bo hand," ho conned the nddrcss. "Faith, nnd what's this?" "If Monsieur lo Colonel O'ltourke will do Monsieur des Trebes tho hon or of dining with him, at seven or Bcvcn-thlrtthis evening, at tho Villa d'Orlcnns, St. Eugene, nn arrangement satisfactory to both himself and Monsieur lo VIcomto may bo consummated. "It. S. V. P. Tho bearer waits." A trap? A subterfuge? A trick to throw him off tho scent whilst tho two blackguards escaped with their booty? Tho adventurer frowned darkly over it, dubious. Then, In a flush of recklessness, ho seized a sheet of paper desk, scrawled a from a near-bformal acceptanco of the strango Invitation, and handed It to tho Blskrl boy. "All to gain, naught to lose," ho summed up tho stato of mind which had dictated his response; and at with brow and cyo serene, he left tho hotel in a carrlngo bound for tho suburb of St. Eugene and heaven knew wbcro besides! y six-thirt- "I have unfortunately a few days too late, It seems." "You nro satisfied ?" "I'm satisfied that tho Pool of Flame has been stolen." "Then you will probably bellevo mo when I dcclaro myself tho malefactor. It was an easy matter: I purposely brought up the name of Chambret in conversation with the Governor nnd by him was informed of tho existence of tho packet which, nimseii ana sat down. "You see." Tho vlcomte's cold incisive tones cut tho silence. Slowly he extended a hand and took up tho grent ruby, replacing It In his pocket. "There Is," ho said evenly, " a level stretch of grass beyond tho veranda. The night, I admit, is dark, but the light from theso long windows should be sufficient for us. If you slay me, tako tho ruby nnd go in peace: this sot" with a contemptuous glance at the unconscious honorable "will never hinder you. If you die, I take the rioto from your pocket. The Isiuo Is fair. Will you fight, Irishman?" O'Rourke's fist crashed upon the tablo as he rose. "Fight!" he cried. "Faith, I did not think yo bad this in ye. Pistols, shall It be?" "Thank you," said tho vlcomte, with a courtly bow, "but I am an Indifferent shot. Had you chosen rapiers at Monto Carlo one of us would never havo left the field alive." He went to a side tablo, returning with a sheet of paper, an envelope, pen and Ink. And when O'Rourke had slipped tho paper into his pocket he saw tho vlcomte waiting for him by one of the windows, two naked rapiers, slender and gleaming and long, beneath bis arm. As the Irishman came up, with a bow, the Frenchman presented the hilts of both weapons for his choice. Together and in silence they left tho dining-room- , strode across the veranda and down, a short step, to the lawn. The vlcomte stood asldo quickly, bringing his feet together and saluting In the full glare of light O'Rourke whipped hilt to chin with consummate grace, his heart singing. Work such as this he loved. The night wns pitchy black, the windows barred It with radiance. In the dnrk spaces between a man might easily blunder nnd run upon his death. . . . Somewhero In tho shadowy shrubbery a night-bir- d was singing as though its heart would break. There was a sweet smell In the nlr. His blade touched the vlcomte's with a shivering crash, musical as glass. (To bo continued.) Hogwallow Happenings. Stops Lameness Sloan's Liniment is a reliable remedy for any kind of horse lameness. Will kill the growth of spavin, curb or splint, absorb enlargements, and is excellent for sweeny, fistula ??????????????????? confined nt Jnll Tlckvlllo. Ho lias bought himself a bottle of patent medicine, nnd hopes to bo able to bo out In a few dayts. i Tit Smith In Dock during Hock, his leisure moments yesterday, wns wondering whnt Daniel lloono dono for chewing tobacco. and thrush. Here's Proof. I used Sloan'i Liniment on a mule for cured l.cr. I am never without a bottie ol your liniment have bought more ol it Hun any other remedy for paiot." Bailv Kirby. Cassadjr, Ky. "Sloan'i Liniment u the belt made. I have removed very large hoe bollt off a hone with It. I have hilled a quarter crack on a mare that was awfully bad. I have abo healed raw, tore necks on three hornet. I have healed grease heel on a Dare that could hardly walk." Anthony O. Hivm. Oakland, Pa., Route No. 1. M 'high lanuneu,' and Washington's birthday wns observnt tho postofflce Thursday by everybody telling tho truth. Tho day ed passed words, off cjulelly with took very few down Frlsby lorur range Hancock his mornpass- musket tho other ing nnd fired nt random. After ing through tho Wild Onion school house the bullet was stopped In tho road (wo miles beyond ltye Straw by the Deputy Constable. SLOANS LINIMENT is good for all farm stock. "My hop had hop cholera three days before we got your liniment, which I wn advised to try, I have used it now for three days and-m- y hop are almost well. One hog died before I rot tho liniment, but I have not lost any since." a. jucvARTiiY, marine, Ind. ays rabbits Tobo Mosojlcy will never amount to anything as long us they change location so often. ordered himself a derby from Chicago. It Is expectod to nrrlvo In Tlckvtlle tomorrow, and will bo brought in by tho Mall Carrier on his next trip. Until U10 now ono arrives Itaz will contlnuo to wear his old one. Miss Hostctter Hocks has gone to tho Dog Hill grave yard to get for a serious article sho Is preparing to writo George for Washington. It will be read to tho Wild Onion school children, Sho will read it aloud. Tho mall carrier camo In during tho snow storm Wednesday . Ho looked considerably older, his whiskers being whlto with snow. j. Ilaz Barlow lias Bold by all Dealer!. Fries 60c. & $1.00 Sloan'i Book en Hones, Cattle, Hogs and Poultry lent free. Address Hfl Dr. Earl S.Sloan Botton, Mats. Mrvl THE SEWING H M Kitchen Conveniences. CHAPTER XI. The Villa d'Orleans proved to be a hnndsomo house of white stone, situated in extensive and grounds, on a height outsldo the town, overlooking tho Mediterranean. So complete and elegant seemed the establishment. Indeed, viewed from without or within, that O'Rourke's suspicions wore stimulated and his certainty that he was being played with resolved Into a protty definite conviction, as be waited in the broad hallway. It was inconceivable that a man like Des Trobos. so reduced as to be under the necessity of stealing even of stealing so considerable a sum as a hundred thousand pounds could main tain so imposing an establishment. His uneasy conjectures were interrupted when the vlcomte appeared to welcome his guest Suave, dressed properly for the occasion, showing traces neither of fatigue nor of his antipathy for O'Rourke, blandly ignoring the peculiarities of the situation which his own inexplicable invitation had created, he presented himself in the guise of a gracious host "Monsieur," he declared, bowing to O'Rourke (but with a care not to offer his hand), "overpowers me with his condescension and punctuality. I can only regret" with a significant glance at the bulge of tho adventurer's coat "that be thought it wise to come armed." "'Tls a habit I find it hard to break meselt of." O'Rourke offered the inadequate explanation in a dry and coollsh tone. "It was unnecessary, I assure monsieur." "Faith, I'm convinced 'twill prove so." Tactfully the vlcomte digressed from the unpleasant topic. "I have asked you here, monsieur," bo said with an air of deprecation, "to confer with me on business after we have dined. I trust the arrangement suits your convenience." "I'm content, monsieur." "I regret that circumstances prevent me from receiving you under my own roof-tree- . The Villa d'Orleans Is the property of a dear friend, merely loaned me during my stay in Algiers." "Ye're fortunate In your choice of friends." Over his next remark Des Trebes faltered a trifle, with a curious smile that O'Rourke failed to fathom. "Monsieur Glynn," he said, "is ah a trifle Indisposed the sua. Nevertheless, I believe be will Join us during dinner, if you will bo so kind as to excuse him "I oeuld do very well wKhout him." The vlcomte caught the eye of a MTUlL MaV "OiUMf d O'Rourke Whipped Hilt to Chin With Consummate Grace. of course, I hud already surmised. Afterward . '. . the secretary was absent, the safe open, the name on tho packet stared me in the face. What could I do?" "Precisely. I'm convinced that, being what ye are, ye did only, what ye could." The vlcomte bowed, amusement flickering in bis glanoe. "Touched," I he admitted. . . . "Well have the Jewel, you the information." "And ye have to propose?" "A plan after your own heart: I do your courage the credit to believe it, monsieur. With another man, whom I had studied less exhaustively, I should propose a combination of forces, a division of profits." O'Rourke made an impatient gesture. "But with you, Colonel O'Rourke, no. I esteem your address and determination too highly and pardon me if I speak plainly I desplso and hate you too utterly to become willingly your partner." "Go on I begin to like 70 better. Ye grow interesting." "That does not interest me. . . The situation, then, is simplified. Essentially it involves two propositions: first, we cannot combine; second, divided we both fall. While both of us live, mon colonel, the Pool of Flame will never earn its value." "Tls meselt takes exception to that Let me once get me hands on tho stone, monsieur, and I'll back meselt against a dozen vlcomtes and honorables." "While I live," the Frenchman stated, unruffled; "you will not touch the Pool of Flame;, while you live, I cannot dispose o.' it to the- - best advantage. It would seem that one or the other of us prtst die." "I am armed," remarked O'Rourko slowly, "It ye mean ye've brought me here to murder me'" "Monsieur speaks pardon crudely. I asked you, you came of your own will to fight for the Pool of Flame." O'Rourke started; a glint of understanding danced in his eager eyes. "I see you catch my meaning. What I have to propose is this: you will take pen and paper and write the name of the person who offers the reward, with his address. This you will enclose in an envelope, seal, and place in your pocket. The Pool of Flame you aee I trust you is here." O'Rourke got upon his feet with an exclamation the) vlcomte was playing a bold hand. Before the Irishman had grasped his Intention ha had thrown upon the table a ruby as large, or larger, than an egg; aa exquisite cut and polished. Jewel, superbly renea-hereJPasclasjedt, O'Rourks, ... ynM WB 1 1 or oavH 1 111 VtlflW c ma 'VvvaBI Dill I K' Ox WHrfflCtfTEl Wwm SI! A Frown or Bewilderment Clouded the Secretary's Face. y, y alone In this room?" The secretary, plainly much perplexed by this odd catechism,' admitted that such had been the case; the- - pursuit of the desired 'data had necessitated bis absence from the Governor's room for a matter of some ten minutes. "But ye say ye can put your hand oa this package?" v , "But certainly, monsieur." "Would ye mind making sure 'tis .safe. 'TwouM save me a deal of waiting, perhaps" With alacrity and a smile that hla visitor's anxiety over so trUtaf a matter, the secretary rose, vest to the safe and consdeBtly iWOHgh throat a haad late one of the .pigeonholes. The hand came forth A frown of bewilderment jempty. louded the secretary's face. "It must fee hers." ha announced with convlc-kla- tv "It via. Plata 4cH!m4. J trifling information, with which the secretary bad obliged him. "Ye didn't happen to leave aim Tlckvlllo Tiding of commas and of his sub- found useful to plnco under a cako or periods, as a good many to reading all tho puddjrg that Is baking too quickly on scrlgers objected whole paper without stopping. . the bottom. Ono or two asbeMtos mats should bo Sim Flinders went over to hear kept In eery kitchen to placo under the Hog Ford Preacher last Sunday. sauce: ans, on tho flic, to 11s to prevent Sim strong Methodist, Is a but their contents cooking too fast. thought he would go over and see Jf Havo a xhclf placed ncur the stovo con- tho Baptists had, found any new arvenient for holding seasonings, flavor- guments as to why their religion was ings and the many llttlo things continutho best. ally needed In cooking. Instead of keeping them In a closet at tho other sldo Slnco ho has read tlm article baout what terrlblo tilings flics arp, Tobo of the kitchen. If U10 kitchen floor be covered with Mosoley has decided not to lot a ono oilcloth, or painted, It will iao much como on his premises next cummer. cleaning. Slim Pickens has secured tho Job A ptcco of thin white oilcloth may he of putting wood In the furnace at tho stretched tightly over the kitchen tablo saw mill on upper Gander Creek. and luUlul 10 aa to fit It closely. It Nothing but flro wood la sawed there can be wiped over wltli a damp cloth and Slim says it keeps lilm busy putwhen soiled, nnd Is far mora easily kept ting It in the furnoco as fast iih it Is clean than tho ordinary wooden table. sawed. A convenient shelf." A great convenlcnc where It can bo arranged Is to have a Sidney Hocks told It at the blackshelf at tho head of the collar whero smith shop yesterday that Poko can bo kept those tilings which belong Easlcy had told him that Ida wife to the cellar and tiro In constant use. hod hoard while over at Luke Many steps can thus be saved during AXuthcwsla's that Luke's wife bad the days work. heard that Isaac Hellwanger was tellTo fasten tho name labels on cans ing it around among his neighbors and bottles containing food and other that Jefferson Potlocks and his wife supplies use a small strip of adhessh-and u falling out and a family racket plaster, this will stick to any surface, a few nights ago. Those who havo and the annoyance caused by labels fall mentioned it don't want anything ing off und being lost will lie at an further sold about it. end. The photographer that has set up A flno wire drainer permanently fix at Hounding Billows ed over the pipe of the kitchen sink, for business took a picture of the Two Twins of will ho found of service to prevent forTuesday eign matter, lint from dishcloths, and the Calf Bibs neighborhood the twins small fragments of food going down tho morning. To save money had only ono of themselves made, pipe und clogging It up. friends to merely A food chopper or cutter which aro instructing- their varying Is slzo cutters, will very soon look at it twlco when they wanted to pay for Itself In the saving of small see both of them. portions of .food that can be utilized by Wash Hocks has discovered a now v its means. sink hole on bis farm. He will furKcop ono or two, blocks of wood or nish it with a chair and use It as a squares of oilcloth to put on the kitch hiding place from ugents insurance en tablo to stand saucepans or baking and officers. ins, as this precaution will savo tho Gimlet Creek was out of its banks by table from becoming blackened yesterday and covered a considerable them. Some Have separate boxes or bags hanging portion of Polk Kezley's farm. ho and In a convenknt placo In tho kitchen damage will bo the result, tor pieces of wiapplng paper, strlng.and will bring suit If he con find out who old .newspapers, that they may be at is to blame. hand when required for use. Crick The Postmaster has warned et Hicks that the government la kick Finds Heir to Millions. ing on account of his moving from Spring one place to Chicago, Feb. another to much and er, son of tho Into Warren Sprlnger.ca-j- t causing his mall to bo forwarded. off .during his father's llfo and ull but They tay they lose several cents on disinherited by the lattcr's .wlll.lt was every letter written by Cilcket. reported today, had been found in Lit-tl- o Sidney Hocks lias traded a calf for l,0jOa. Itock. Ark. He will receive. the apple seasthe Springer estate. Mrs. Mar- a elder mill and until m,of guerite Springer, tho widow lias prose- on opens lie will use it to crock hickSpringer ory nuts. cuted a search for William since her husband died. Today she learn HlUck Hellwanger is one of the W. ed ,of his whereabouts from H. shrewdest hunters since tho days of Helncr, a Chicago man. The widow will Davy) Crockett. Ho spends of most bring tho son hero and divide the os. rhls time setting on the roll' fence run tate, It is said, in response to a death ning alongside the roud Just east of bed request from her husband, , .who his back HogwaUow: He sits With apparently repented (he clause l,u "liU to' the road and his gun scrota his will, leaving tho son only $5,000. t "KronV'all appearances he Is paye 1 J A low stand sucli ns useil for Irons The Editor of tho or for Ktnndlnjr tea anil coffee pots on, ordered a lot may lie kept near Mo oven nnd be has NEW NOT MACHINK OF QUALITY.') UNDER ANY SOLD OTHER NAME. HOME 1 WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. tho NKW IIOMK you will havo a llfo asset nt tho price you pay, and will not have an endless chain of repairs. . If you purchase LI K Vjuamy Considered k is the Cheapest in the end to buy. If yon want a sewing machine, write for! oor latest catalogue before you purchase. WE WANT TO SEND ABSOLUTELY YOU jmjjm LLaVkkleflH. aaaBkeHBaV za free moat for 33 OerTnat WEAK LUNGS ConammptioB In 117' tmm Jf you are subject to Coughs, Colds, Pains in the chest and under the shoulder blades, it you have night sweats, hemoraecs or consumption on any form, feel weak nnd run down, write us and wo will send you a FUU. SIZED ndT. TLB of Germinal Eir.fc,lon, as a FM313 TRIAL und you can seo for your self wliat tho medicine will do for you. If you will send us 23 cents, wo will prepay the express charges, the pack-ag- o Is too large to go by mall. Address, OHIO MEDICAL CO., COLUMBUS, O. Lock Box 65, aV .XkVv I UV TELEGRAPHY wiLnnn.iMrrHiyi 'MtSpiUJElE M. Its President haa yean of experience In mercantile and bankinf baiintw. alio urear education I0.UU youna1 mfn and women for entrees. aVrEnter now. UlitMWIIJIITB B. UTH,LxtB(ioa,ll. KecP " Save M0"? Style by Readiag McttU's Magazke and UsIagMcCaUPatteru aaaat laaMaMatcasv CtasKsaa1MlU TYP EVRrriNGaaJ BOOKKEEPING liMlie,Plt8araMy Ladies! sss McCau'tMatasiaeirlll MSCAILS MAGAZIHE help yu c.ieuM)by koeplug yon etrets at a imxlcrato 011 Only kii.ia! muiiL'rs. Luc a year Including for freo tatupla copr. 11 Lieu (a bh I on a lu tlulUci ami lists. CO New raslilou Dcslrns In cacti luuo. Also itlunlil' Information f.ti nil Iinmn anil ler .. posted tho a freo rattcru. Sul- tiriLo today or tend la'uj. r d; d'j CASTORIA CH.lrn Cry FLETCHER'S FOR passing ing no 'attention 'to thingsa along' 'lh roade, but tho minute rabbit cbmes down the road he turns around right Suddenly and shoots it. - mil ennuloymi to make In rour own liuiuu. wkli yjirou hands eloiuluirfiir yuuiMtlf anil ilillilT ulilch ill tiuiwrft-t- t liiirhcr Unas 14 . In stylo and flu I v.i ceuu SouUfur fixo l'u..iu Cala'.o.-uc- . ( for retting tub.l We Will Cite Tea F IWIi Krlpliounmongiur friend. tcjiU lorfroa PremUni Culaloua anil IVMi I'rwo Offer, MtCell PiiUru 1 T1U HctUl COmiY. 259 la 249 Vat 374 Si, KTJI Nt ,.Vts& Jt..L urges the former of North Dakotn to ROOSEVELT FINDS nRalnxt most effects c wny to Insuro doing. It tells them that Uio bo up and CAMPAIGN MANAGER propagano the success of the Ratwed Recording to law at the i'ostofflc Hartford, Ky., at mall matttr of the eecond da Is to aend a solid Jtooevelt doJcRi-tlo- n to tho ltepubllcan National Convention next June. In Minnesota and Senator Dixon Placed at Helm-Com- mittee C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER South Pakota similar Influences nre at EDITORS To be n work lRorously piloted by the RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY POSTER Airrlcultmlsd, ,litlo In lown, as PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. wo learn from .the Ccitay Ilaplds Ilenub-Ikntho President Tuft's record pn to all communication e "reciprocity'' Js being New York, March 1. Senator Jas. Hartford Republican. of unfriendly literature anion M. Dixon, of Montana, was appointed tho farmers. tcxlay to take charge of tho ltooseve.lt NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS K. Alexander Subscriber dwIrlnR the paper t to n new How Do You Stand With Roosevelt? cnmpalsn as manager; In ranking the address muntglve the old nddrc-Rcvell, of Chicago, permanent chairIn pure Itooscvclt says, "I believe rrqaeet. man ot the Itooscvclt comnationnl Unsolicited mnnnscrlpts will not be returned democracy." Do you? mittee, and 13. W. Slmms, of Chicago, accompanied lijr postage. unless Itoosovelt says, "I am emphatically wll receive no InA general Roosevelt committee, Anonymous communication Arc a believer In Constitutionalism." attention. cluding In Its membership Medlll you? n Gilford Plnclmt, Senator In the Roosevelt says, "I believe TZZiSFKOlTXe. and probably James A. Garfield and short ballot." Do you? 3vuxx1arleui&.... Rooseother close friends of Colonel -- . 23. Jtevirtx 2M.vx Itooseclt says, "I believe In direct velt, will bo orgnnlzcd In Washington nominations by the people." Do you? early this week to take charge of the F1UDAY, MAIICH 8. Hooscelt says, "1 bellevo In tho Roosevelt campaign here. election of United States Senators by It has not yet been determined whethIt is reported that the ground lios direct vote." Do you? er, thb Washington headquarters will bellevo in Itooscvclt rays, "I the pulled the liolo In after him. has domlnnte activities throughout the Initiative and referendum. Do you? country in behalf of tho former presTress dispatches Stutu that Mr. Bryan reRoosevelt says, "I bellevo the candidacy, In but it will at will campaign In Ohio ne.t month but ident's call should be generally provided, In work with entire harmony opposition to Gov. Harmon. only when there Is widespread public least t tho Chicago and tho headfeeling among a majority of the quarters and will help direct tho orThe legislature has defeated a corrupt voters." Do you? ganization of campaign committers act. Let us see, was this not practice Roosevelt says, "I do not beJIevc throughout tho country. also a Democratic platform pledge? In the recall of Judges save as a last Washington head-- 1 The Roosevelt resort." Do jou? quarters was opened by Medttl M The Hartford Herald is boosting Hon. very says, "I Roosevelt earnestly Cormick, after his withdrawal from Ben Jqlinson for President. "Man prom believe when a Judgo decides ci conthe suprort of Senator I.a I'ollctte. lncnt men of its rarty are against its stitutional question, when he decides present course." what the pcoplo as a whole can or Medlll McCormlck of Chicago, who cannot do, the people should hnve the has been managing tho Roowvelt camasCol. Jtposovelt Is bving bitterly Washington, in right to recall that decision if they paign headquarters sailed by the Democratic press all over was on hand when CoJ. Roosevelt think It wrong." Do you? the country, and strungo to say many y reached his office, prepareed for on Itind words are now coming from the discussion of the situation. Mr. Dynamite Caps Let Go. amc source for President Tnft. tint ). As Owensboro, Kj, a McCormlck denied the statement March from Washington of twelve he had come over is now very much result of the discharge Tho Courier-Journmisunderstanding with caps in his coat pocket, becniise of a opposed to tho inltlativo and referen- dynamite n farmer of the- Colonel. It had been stated th.it dum, but omo time ago It was more Mlko Wanton, a disappointed whin Col. Roo.v-ve- lt is in a he was than willing to swallow "Woodrow Wl-so- n tho Handyl!le neighborhood, said ho favored the selection of critical condition from his wound. . along with this heresy. (') Senator Divm, of Montana, as tho Mr. Blanton, with some hands, was movenvnt of tho Tho McCroary administration at FranU-Jo- rt engaged In blowing out stumps on his national manager that ho wins a lias decided that Instead of a bi- faim, and had placed a number of Mr. McCormlck said partisan prison board we shall have ft dynamite caps in his right hand co.vt good soldlor In the Roosovedt fight commission. It takts a pocket, and when ho accidentally nnd made It clear that he had not upon being placed In entire lot ot Jobs to go around. Tho tax pay- dropped a heavy barlow l.nlfo in the insisted charge. er, he pays the bills. pocket, all tho caps exploded, tearing off three fingers lrom his right hand What is tho matter with the Editor and lacerating his arm. His Eggs for Sale. side and of Tho Hartford Herald? He seems to abdomen were crushed Improved B. I'. Rock, $1.00 per settlni;. his right and think because wo answer his lamo and leg badly cut. MRS. JOHN W. SANDCRFUR. .simple minded attacks with some vl,jor :. F. D. No. 3, Hartford, Ky. that we are mad. Nothing of tho kind EDWARDS SCHOOLHOUSE. old boy. It is a bad sign when you get March 5. Rev. Alex Minion has just EAST VIEW. ou closed a very A chronic notion that all around Is successfus meeting nt this March 5. Mis. Hannah Talor, are MAD. place with quito a number of conver spenellng a few dais with Mr. and Mr. Hartford Republican. l'ree-Trnd- TOBACCO 4mk ' North-wister- n, Free-Trad- H BBBBrVsPrV ;bPw? t Seed Sowing Cm Is demanding the attention of the fanners who Dl-n- ..0. i v,VW sHsVIp- , - m sHsfVBS J& - 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. GOOD CANVAS for the protection of your beds and a little sprinkle of HKvmV I i"; WAJ Xmrs Rooj-oved- -- flliPl Bfl!PlMBBMlJ sBBBFcsBSssk J? at Dr. Beans tonight. Homestead Tobacco Grower . 1 'BSMJavfi sBjKSfi? I' all-da- IKE' niliml Op- 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 re- al sults. - well-know- "A ROYAL SLAVE" era IIouso mlttce. It wns found, however, by the House, with Us large membership, th.it this practlco consumed a great amount of time, nnd accomplished no good purpose, nnd ycarH ago it was abolished Now when a member of the IIouso wishes to Introduce a bill, he walks lo tho clerk's desk at the dals.and drops it Into a basket provided for that purpose, or ho culls a page to da it for him. In the course of his routimi business tho bill-cler- E. P. BARNES & BRO-- , KENTUCKY. BEAVER DAM, k sions and additions to tho church. Mr. Irman Hurt went to Rosine Sat urday on business. Tho funeral of Emmet Griffin was at Bethel church by Rev. Mln ton at I p. m., after which, the remains were laid to rest In the Bethel cemetery. Master Earnest UarUn was In our midst Sunday. Mr. John Dabney and wife visited their daughter, Mrs. Lawaon Rains at How do the tax payers like the Idea Rosine from Saturday until Sunday. Mr. Robert Schroader was in our midst Democratic of raying hotej bills of visit Thur&elay. for President who Candidates Mr. Dorman Hurt, wife and children Frankfort In the Interest of their claims Is exactly the outrage perpetrated spent the day with Mr. D. Tucker and That a wife Sunday. by the legislature when it passed The good peope of .this community Harto pay bills ot Gov. resolution at one have organized a prayer meeting mon and Gov. Woodrow Wilson day last week. We presume tho samo this race on each Sunday night. Every course will be adopted in the case of body Invited to attend. Success to the Jtcpublcan. Speaker Clark who Is to speak there tomorrow. What does the Hartford Herald mean When it charges this paper with being an "assassin of character" in an election matter. Name your man or be branded as a toward. This paixjr has never In the least sought to injure uny person's reputation and has never been ompelled to publish an apology to avoid a law suit for Jlbel. It does not deal in vague Insinuations against its fellow citizens either. con-duct- John Jachson, of Clear Run. Mr. IV. lo Martin went to Barefoot Crc k Monday hunting and trapping. Messrs. Bill Martin and Gus Sliarp, of Hickman Park, transictod business in this vicinity one day last week. Mr. B. J. French spent last week with friends and relatives at Beaver Dam and Taylor Mines. spent Mr. J. Jackson, of Clear Run, Wednesday In this vicinity. Is Mr. Jesse Itartlett, of Henderson, spending a ftw days In this communi- retards It, and it li automatic cally referred to tho proper commltti'e. As a matter of record the SiK.ikcr refers the bill to Its committee, but In actual practice this reference is made by tho clerk to tho Speaker's (able, who Is unofficially known as the parliamentarian of tho House." Farm for Sale, TO acres of hill land. Plenty of tim- ty. Miss Rosa Taylor Is on the sick list. ber to keep place up. Good dwelling, good tobacco and stock barns; splendid well In yard. On Hartford and Hawos-vlll- o road. J. L. HICKS, t4 Hartford, Ky., R. F. D. S. yes ve Kavp Wstenr MEfl? anything you Furnish your body ;&nd make it fit lOJ I Anyv. to live in. Why not enjoy Life? There will be no bitterness among Ohio county Republicans over their choice for President. They will simply attend the County Mass Convention April 6th and register their will. The majority vJU win and then all will be satisfied. It Is when no chance is given to have a voice that dissatisfaction and bad feeling Is engendered. Let there be a Jargo attendance and free and fajjf xprefcsiun and all good Republicans will abide the roMilt. Tariff Example in Coffee. Our readers, living in this vicinity at least, are doubtless enjoying a taste of e In their cup of coffee each day. It was possible for the poor man, before rotfce was placel upon Die frco list to buy a pretty good grade of coffeo for 15 cents a pound roasted. Now coming into this country frco of n coffee sell duty the cheapest at 30 cents. Tlds does certainly maleo Free-Tralook like SO cents. Burlington (Colo.) Republican. Free-Tradwlth-cofffrost-bittede Somt "Reciprocity" Aftermath. Among the undesirable consequences ot e fo tlie unhappy experiment in farm products that were anticipated and dreaded uas the creation of a sentiment ot hostility among the farmers against tit agreement promoters, of the Canadian project. That anticipation Is Ho tome extent being reaJIzed. In the Grand Forks Times, tb leading newspaper of North Dakota, attention la called to the move-Jienow in progress for reviving tho issue in Canada, with a view to the accept. once of the agreement by tho Canadian Parliament In the near fuiuie. The Times Free-Tradnt Rev. Ell Wesley filled his regular appointment nt Wesly Chapel Sunday. Prof. C. B. Shown closed his school at East No Creek last Thursday, Mr. Ernest Moxley and Miss Pearl Shown was married at tho parsonage last Thursday at G:M p. m. Mrs. 1). S. Chamberlain was called to tho beiislilo of her nleoe. Miss Jessie Sanderfur, near Llvcrmore, last Saturday night and Sunday who has tho appendicitis. Tho boys from this neighborhood d Mr. Earnest Moxley last Friday night with a chlvarl. They reported u nlco time. Mr. Clint Chapman Is under going a treatment for a cancer on his chin. It Is to bo hoped for an early recovery. Miss Myrtle Homes as rheturned homo after an extended visit with her par-ennear Beaver Dam. Mr. Thomas Williams a delvered barge lload of coal to the peoplo of this community last week on Rough River at L. M. Ward's landing. The farmers of tho NoCreek locaJ are pooling their poultry. One man has pooled over a hundred chickens. 6. vl"-itets March NO CREEK taxT-Wate- rloo Tho Tariff duties ylevld about $350,000,. yearly to tho government, or about $3.50 per capita. Tho laboring man working six days a week cun euslly pay hN proportion of this Tariff In a week and still have more money left at the end of the week than he could have under Democratic conditions as they were hack Jn tho 'Wa. Tho farmer can pay his portion with the Increased price ot eight bushels of wheat. Who says the Tariff Is a robber (III.) Republican. 000 It is Easily Paid. Boys Corn Club Growing. Two good work mules for sale at my Below will be found tho names farm three miles south of Beaver Vast, of Kentucky. thoso who have Joined In the last few days: E. W. BAKER. Byron Barnes, Frank Sliultz, Henry 45,000 Bills in the Last Congress Shultz, Elbert Austin, Clarence Perry, In an Interesting article in the March Willie Hobbs, Lee Newton, Ellis Keown, Kirk, Verna Eskrldge, Lafo Companion, entitled Gilbert Woman's Home Esktidge, Wilbur Wells, Vernon "How Laws Are Made," tho Arthur Whltaker, Clyde Whlta-ke- r. of Uio United States, James H. Ferry Curry, Frank Cox, Gilbert Sherman, tells exactly how the mechanism of legislation works at Washing- Duval!, Gilbert Patterson, CJ)du Thomas ton. He goes on to say that in the last Clarence Allen, Willie Shields, Owar session of Congress 45,000 bills were in- Shields, Leslie Shields, NorvaJ Faught, troduced. Wero Congress In session 300 Mark Haven, Jesse Raines, Iru Koown, days a year and working 8 hours a day. Henry C. Keown, Franklin, I. Alford, It could devoto only half an hour to Everett Thomas, Andra Fliurris, Law-renFrame, Lowell Wright, James 3,. each of these measures. Where tho average annual session Is five months Chamberlain, W. It. Carson, Alva Kel-leEmmett Whlttlnghlll, Uarwy Ford. and Congress sits less than five hours a day each bill could receive but eight Roy F, Litsey, Hoover Ncal, Brady Loyd minutes' consideration. The major por- Oscar Newton, Toney Johnson, Arc-liltion of this mass of bills Is of a private Brown, Dewle It. Brown, Kenneth Mad- Riley. nature, relating to pensions nnd claims dox, George T. Brown .Audio Coffman, against the government, are Harlan Stearsman, Thomas but there Raymon thousands of measures pertaining to Marvin Bell, ilurnle Early, Bennett, general subjects, such as the turlff and Nail, Lennle Oglesby, Earl Matthew Benton, Raudall Ross, Homer other Importunt matters. Pean, Clldo St. Clair, Arllo Drown, PasIt is obvious that tills immense num Hubert ber ot bills cannot bo considered individ cal iWllson, Rupert Haynes, Huff, Thomas Stone, Herman Keown, ually. Mr Sherman says: "It Is in committee that most ot the Charlie Evans, Ira Keown, Clement Ar real work of lawmaking Is done. De- nold, Clldo Evans, Rolph Arnold, Glenn John bate, as a rule, has little effect upon th Crabb, William K. Dwugherty, fate of a measure. It Is largely tho 8. Jackson, Earl P. Austin, Clareneu froth of legislation; tho substance Is Hardin, Qlenmoro iftcvens, Cliarllo Ward, tho work pcrfoimcd by tho committee Arthur Bennett, P,9url Sanderfur, David which lias tho particular muter In Wilson, Everett Clmpman. iU boys have Joined. Others may Join charge. On political questions members vote their party convictions, or nro sup- If they wlsli. Send me your name, Bgc, posed to do so, while upon oilier and and address, HENRY LEACH Supt. matters, or those which Males for Sale. 3t ce y, t Vc Invite discriminating dressers to buy their furnishing goods from us once. Our tasty Hose and ties, our happy feeling underwear and our ample shl.rts will Invite them to come again every time they need any furnishings. Be shy in only one spot and your whole "shine" is knocked off. A fa.ded pair of socks, a worn-o- ut necktie, a broken collar, a torn shirt or greasy hat will spoil the appearance of a fifty dollar suit of clothes. .You will feel good and look g odd and "make good" in our ng good-feeli- ng, good-looki- furnishings. al have no partisan slgnifiiwnce, they alA Wonderful Offer. most always follow the recommevndatlonH of the committees. Variation from this Read the Big Otter ot The Rpub-ca- o. practice is the exception and not the on aaother ,&& ot this issue rule. , wberala you can get thte paper, The "In the early days of our Republic a EVuunjer & Stock-maPo-pA-e and the member arose in his place and formally Popular Mnsrthly, one yieareaob, introduced his bill, which was read by wbA a full 1m 16x20 cmyoa aatongo- title and appropriately referred ito com- - BMK ALL tor 2.05. 2Tt CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. - ,.,,. frtf ,, t -- "JrTTn, BjKmi U. 8. Carosn lias Just received a of Sour Pickles fine. In Louisville Miss Initio Marks is vlsltlnc relatives this week. Re- We Are Ready to Show You. Mr, Clmrley SullenKor, wjio .linn been For quality Pricing glvo The publican a call. sick for scveial dnys, Is Improving. ;vfcsresssssxresftv ti County Attorney C. K. Smith transactMrs. Jennie I). Hnmllton, of Greenville, Is tlic guest of licr sinter, Mrs. h L. ed legal business nt Itockport yesterday. Felix. U. H. Carson is constantly receiving Mr. W. K. Ellis, tliu produco merchant, tho newest and best groceries. your orders In. trnnnctcd business nt Dukchurst Wednesday. ltev. nnd Mrs. C. F. Tele-pho-- mm MADAM Do Do Do Do Do You You You You Hnrtford.of the guests this week Mr. J. P. Jasper, of tbo Commercial Hotel, lias returned from a business trip of Mr. and Mrs. John ,A. Duke. to his former homo at Columbia, Adair Will pay O&o Dollar ikit (bushel for county Ky. Good Wb.at. Dr. nnd. Mrs. C. Dcweesc, and dipt, 3Uf HAllTFOnD MILL. CO. and Mrs. Jerry TlUfonl, of Fordsvlllo, ltov. C. F. Hartford, of AJknsvllle, Ky.. bavo returned from New Orleans, whero was mingling with friends hero this they spent several days. week. H You Want Perfect Comfort? Want Perfect Style? Want Perfect Wear? Want no Rust? Want no Tear? THEN BE WISE BUY Just 31it4 nocohxnl a car load nvtxjexl. Of bost Warner's Rust Proof Corsets. Oats, wUte and W. E. ELLIS, Produoa Morclnxnt. Mrs. Fleetwood Ward and llttlo son, Lloyd KUly, were tho guests of Mrs. Don't fail ito try a Back oflnvlng- ton Flour. guaramltoed. SaittefacfJon Sold exclusively ,by W. H. Moono & Son. SOtf ds a 111 y1 (Tnm noKava OUR NEW SPRING SUITS FOR MEN Are hero and they nro beauties, Mudo in the latest styles, and out of the newest materials. Wo know jt is a trillo early to buy, but wo want you to call around and see them. CSo through and find out whero you can please yoursoff in quality and price. While doing this,tako a peep at our now Low-cShoes, Shirts, Neckwear, etc. They will please you. Keep this in mind and remember it pays to trado with a house that saves you money. ut !&&&&& Hartford Republican. FRIDAY. MARCH S. M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. L. Ul N. time card elective Monday No. No. No. No. Aug. 2let 112 North Hound dco 7:19 a. dally except Sunday. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. daily except Sunday. llfi South Bound duo 8:46 a. daily except 8undy. 113 Sooth Bound due 1:46 p dally except Sunday. H. B. MISCHKE AgL m. m. m. m. ..l..nl lint.. Ti fi " n Tho Methodist revival is stlU in pro-4r- - lhi IfAflirkdlo. MadlsoiilUo Saturday, where he preamb Kress at tho court house. Splendid Mrs. Millie A. Ucnnctt Is on the sick inons are being delivered each day iy led Sunday to his congregation in that llbt tills week. ltev. Wlmberly and .Uio results have city. been fairly well. Eadi service Is well U. S. Canaan, has nice Sweat Sheriff T. II. Black left Monday afended. toes for ealo. ternoon for Lexington, where he took Just rocolvde a barrel of nice white Tho Clear Hun Baptist- Church has John' Bennett, of near Beaver Dam, and W. II. MOORE & SON. fish. Henry Jurnagln, colored, to tho House called ltev. L. W. Tlchenor, of Center-towto tuko cliargo of that church, of Reform. out KstlU I J.u neat Is able to bo Mr. which pastorate be lias accepted. ltev. iJuBt received a after a short Illness. barrel of Jumbo Pick; Tlchenor is a splendid gentleman, and les fine! and a barrel of Pickled Pork, " Mr. Arthur Potty, of Tho Kepubllcnn's wilt do good and faithful work anywhere also a new shipment of Magnolia Breakmeclianlcnl force Is on tho sick list. ho goes. fast Bacon In ono pound boxes. Mr. Elvis Lev, of .Sunnydale. was Far only $2..05 you can ge(t The i. Iter's Grocery and. Meat Market. pleasant caller at this office Monday. Hantfonl RopubUcaa,, fflhe Farmer & In Judge Wedding's court Henry Stockman. The Peorpka Monttihlly ono Mr. V. S. Bennett, Route S, was tho colored, was sentenced to year (acb and a full alae 10x20 Bray-o- n House of Reform at Lexington. pleasant caller at this office, Friday. The enOargiuaniont. Fill out the cou- boy was charged with breaking Into a Mrs. Julia ltenfrow, of Dundee, mother r. pon which aippeaira in (Ms store at' McHenry a few days ago. of Mra. S. J., Wedding, city, is quite ill cerlos. r n, -Jar-nagi- n, pa-pa- Go to U. 8. Carson for fresh gro- - Wdll furnish you Fiold Satds at Miss Ilnrrlctt FJcncr, chief deputy In Ileaiacmable prices. Sheriff lllnek's office, Intends to leavo W. E. ELLIS, tomorrow for a months visit with her 31tl Produco Morchaut parents mar Cromwell. Havo bought a car of Bran and Don't fall to stop In nnd hear "Wild Ship Stuff. Will still aeaaonabl?. Cherry Hob," "Put Your Arms Around W. E. BLL1S, Mo Honey," etc. Oltl Prod u oo Menahairnt. OHIO COUNTY DRUG COMPANY. Miss Arbyo Ilrown, of route 4, left Incorporated. Monday for Plkcsville, Ky., where she Messrs. W. P. MIdlslff nnd ltuck Col-li- will visit her sister, Mrs. Fon Kogers returned Sunday night from Evans-vlllfor a few days. a where Mr. Mldklff purchased ltev. A. L. Mell, pastor of the Methteam of fine, heavy work horses, which odist Church nt Heaver Dam, preached bo will use on the farm this summer. court two splendid seimons at tho of house hero Sunday. Wo have Jttt received a big lot Evfine Knnmcle.l Ware of nil kinds. you get ready for Magazines of erything to Milt the housewife. Call nnd When any kind' call on J. Ney Foster Maga-zln- o examine our line. Catalog Agency, Hartford, Ky., ller's Grocery nnd Meat Market. gladly sent upon request 03tf Call nt Tho Republican office for a Messrs. Dan and John King left lat freo sample copy of tho Farmer nn.l Kentucky, where for Crofton, Stockman, which wo nro offering with vtk they nro working for S. S. May & Co., Republican one year each nnd Tho tho railroad contractors. $1.25. four roscH or house plants for Papers freo for tho asking. Mr. James Marks, of Dcnch Grove, Da vless county, died Tuesday night nfter Frwsh lku&s&tak, Roast, Pork a short Illness. He Is a brother of Mr. Homo-anad- o Stiinlc, Chops, Sauaaiso T. S. Marks, of tills city. J P.uro (puro Pork), Land (fini-)- , and Curod Mtflts of all W. H. Moore & Son will sell . you kinds at V. II. Moone & Sam's !MW. Beef Iloast 10c per pound; Plato 1Mb 9c per pound; Beef Steak, Pork Steak 30tf Markot. 'Phono 47. c per pound. and Pork Chops 12 EGGS FOR SALE-Sin- gle Comb Huff was Orpington Chickens, and Indian Ilunncr Tho will of tho lato John Bell probated In Judge Wedding's court MonDucks. Orpington eggs ,5 cents day. Tho two sons of tho deceased Duck eggs 75 cents per 13. MUS. C. A. WILSON, were named ns executors of the estate. 31t4 It. F. V. Nov 1. Olaton. Ky. ., ltev. Wlmberly, who is assisting Inj e, day. All kinds of tolqphancs nnd fiwiiteh-boarmcipalixid, and new parte furMrs. nished Millie A. Dennett nnd Mr. nnd whan naadod., by A. E. Pate, C. St. Uarnctt Monday nliiht and Tues- Hartford, Ky. 20tf. mmamz. Wufcerte Lri'',!'A ? ?rus: - ,i. . BJ fill a.J ,vrl'sV2.7r Bif We have the $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and $3.00 grades in stock, but can furnish you in SIX DAYS any STYLE OR PRICE THEY MAKE. Homo-mUifc- -- 7 KY. &GG&$GGZXQGS$GQ&G'&$?,SQQG hundred post holes dug ( at once. I am willing to give half. I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. B. Carson left 'want my half dug on my form 1 mils yesterday morning for a trip to the East of .Hartford. You can dig youc spring Eastern markets to purchase half any place that suits you. Address, goods for the firm of Carson & Co. FRANK BLACK, i R. F. V. No. 2, Hartford, Ky. i Ford, The condition of Mr. Dudley whose serious Illness was mentioned in this paper hist week.rcmalns 'unchanged and he Is gradually growing- - weaker. . TIia KnMU of tlift Haiatamr Barnard St po. HARTRORD, Notice. I want Clvo . I Four houaa plants freo. Read our colannouncement In another umn. 23tf Mr. and Mrs. John W. Taylor had. as their guests Saturday Messrs. William Able and Henderson Chanley, of Birds-eylnd., tho former being here prose, pecting for a farm. NETW MEAT SHOP Beef Steak, Pork Steak Pork Chops and Sausage PER LB. 121 CENTS. Phone No. 114. All goods delivered. ' First door below First National Bank. s. Hieah Fonto. I Hartford, Ky. F. RILEY, Dant fongat Rlkty's Harbor Shop. t FUid Sotds Grooemlts Bit J. 30t3 301 W. Freeh Staple -- at Jlooro'e r-- UaaA MarlM Let The rtopubllcan print your visiting 33 tf or professional cards. Don't fail to see Jler"s 1 glass full 6c. Candles-Speci- als -- M Mr. J. D. Ralph sold to Mr. Pendleton Ward. a mare Monday Prloe $190. Wo ILE1VS LAUNDHY PftlCES-SMrts.rach, Collars, So each, Cuffs, 2o each. Work Agent Madiaonvllle Laundry. QiwrantMd. Called fox and daUvred. cook WHITE GIRL WANTED-T- o Wo have the Genulno Pure New Or- and do general housework. Must be prospecting leans Molafcscs, right direct from the steady and reliable. Good home in Ow- Toxas. strictly ensboro, Ky., and good wages plantation to us. These aro every Mr. Thomas Keown, of tunr Fords-- i pure and aro' not to be compared to the week. Call or' write Tlie Hartford R vllle, sold a team of mules lust week cheaper grades sold by other houses for publican. for o00. less money, In Oklahoma tho average value of a HARTFOItD artOCEIlY CO. Mr. El Crabtreo sold a fine team of farm Is H828; in Kentucky It is 2,9SC; mules 'Tuesday to Mr. Clint Igiehcart, en In Mississippi it is fl,554; In Nebraska it ford College Lyceum Course. Tho If you mill lexamlno THE Mid Ihe next elaborof Kronos, for 1 150. ate and takffbanies, ajaid got is 16,03& In brief this Is a big country tertainment was largely attended, and lug TheAmsrlesa for their pnlcos, if you ama Bmy judge and the conditions vary .widely In many everyone was splendidly pleased and "CHANTECLER" Miss Alco Keown left Monday MARIN! ' MtOTACLK ' mil, mystified 'beyond imagination. His numSunnydale, Ky., whero she wlU teach of a ojlinnhoce you tuid bound .to ad parts of it. bers were nearly all new to his audi- "A ROYAL SLAVE" mit (that Ukc tma ffirat olaaa In tsntv a (elect school. at Dr. Beans Op ILER'S GROCER AND MEAT MAR- ence roHpoot, and ob cheap as th ohmnp-es- t. and each enjoyed. Twp numbers era House, ionlglU. Porksteak, Mrs. J. N. Martin, of Cromwell, noth-o- r KET PRICES Beefsteak, especially pleasing were the "AutomoBvery Instrument euarunlteiod per 4b. Home Made Pork Chops 12 of Mr.' It. B. Martini city has been bile Ride" and tho "Trunk Mystery." Sold by A. E. Patw Hartford, Ky. 2tf Sausage Pork, per lb. Side 12 (julto sick for several days. V, lurgo barn belonging to Mr, You should have a .L.EICH AUTOM Beef Roost, Pork Roast 10c per lb. Rib Mrs. H. II. Davis, or Centertown, has James W. Farmer.routo 5, was destroy PHONE, a tedophoana for oUy and vil- Roast 8cjer lb. been visiting Mrs. EJIza J. Hudson and lage uso. The most nionidrful Invened by fire, Tuesday night of last wcek.l Miss Ira Shown, city tills week. Sao tho Model Saddle Harsa Gil y The fire was a very heavy loss to Mr! tion of thia teieiplbjoinio tiiAd. In ded Clique" before breeding slaawiherw. Wnipr na practically all of the con MIbs Nora Wedding left Monday after Giv3 the diiiaaa of Bmadl towns 1912 at B noon for Bowling Green, whero she will practically tho came &irvloo. furn.1 ail- WlU make itbo season of tents were destroyed, which Included, dft, six xuUiee North of Hajtfo,rd, take a course hi the West Kentucky ed In dittos. Jt Is a AttrJ) iwonitar, hay, corn, farming implements, wheat, W. H. PARKS, Normal School. two now road wagon, buggy, plows, Sold by A. E. Rate. HAitUord, Hartford, Ky., R. 3. 31t4 good mules, and two cows. Mr. Parmer iKy llvery-2tf. Mr. C. L. Miller, lio Fordsvlllo Don't target that W. H. Moore & Is a hard working young man and has' man has purchased several fine Indi- I Miss Minnie Tinsley, of Simmons, Ky., Son will do all An their power to the sympathy of the community in his ana horses, which he will use in his received notice through her attor- you misfortune. you. If for any reason livery business. neys, Chandler and Chandler, of Washtuny purahaao ington, V. C, that her application for aro not satisfied with In our Issue lost week wo were misin I liave nine boxes of Garden and Flow made of them, don't 0,11 others bat formed when we printed the namo of er Boed for you to select fnom.AJio a patent on a bank car check hanger you wkll tovut you will ever make an has been successful and the patent has tell us and we Eddie Lee as being the young man who loose Turnip and Bean Seeds. 30tf nlU. been granted to her by the, Patent OfA died suddenly at Moonhouse, Mo, exchange of a one dollar Grocery and Meat Market. ller's fice at Washington. The young lady Is . OH, YOU GOOD BREAKFAST-Ma- gbrother of tho deceased told us th'B bill for a four-pa- ir box of Messrs. A. V. Itowan, John A, John- to be congratulated upon her good for- nolla Breakfast" Bucon, Chase & San- week that Ids brother's namo who died son and Kscj. B. S. C.hamberlaln, route tune. near born Coffee or Tea, bread made from was Dee Lee, and that he was 7, and J. L. Hurt were callers at The the Beaver Dam Flour and the GENU- East Prarle, Mo., seeking work, when PLAN-DONEW LIBRARY FAIL Republican office Monday. INE NEW ORLEANS MOLASSRS (So he died suddenly. The Interment was TO HEAD TH1S- -I have over 100 readat Sunnydale Saturday afternoon. The per .gallon. Made for the whoto family. Mr. T.It. Barnard is expected to roturn ers to my library and over 400 books to deceased is tho son of Mrs. Sara Lee, Comfort, style, fit and waar are ller's Grocery and Meat Market. this week from Eastern cities where he pick from. Will) each CASH purchase Sunnydale. , purchased spring goods for tho firm of amounting to 11.00 you your for four month, or you Wedding has a ery prof- of aro entitled to Judge R. R. Barnard & Co. his get acw boat f rat. read ono of the books Now If itable hobby as a side line from STOCK PEAS. and Mrs. H. E. Mtschke and son, Master you don't belong, you may Join for the official duties us County Judge, BARNARD ft CO., Walter, left Saturday afternoon on the price of $1.00 and' keep .the book you that Is ralhJng fine rattle. He is quite Nice WhiworwillSted Peas 17 months old Hartford, Ky. M. Hi and E. for a visit with relatives have when you want to quit reading. I proud of the record of a Hartford by for lnd., nave just added 40 new books. heifer wlUch he owns, and last week in Evansvllle and Mt. Vernon, BLACK ft BIRKMEAP. calf. , ller's Grocery and- Meat Market. fee found a fine Jersey-Holst- cln for about two weeks. Mr. J. t. 27tT. Itnlph left Tuesday on trip to various points powerful and gorgeous tfeeaie pro ELECTHE CRAORAFT-LEIiC- H diicttyBB ever la the city. TRIC CO. makes the bast telephones 5 8 an idhe market to-d.for FairmeTB 3 hours ef acoitlBBes,liTeJr, lines, you should haro one If you ana. snappy, brilliant shew. or expect to became a Bubacriberfrom EX1VA FEA1DIE SEE tho rural diatotat. They one tele phones that talk and eure ring. A. TheSrrat B. Pate, Hartford, Ky., Agent 2Wf. Ito Palace if Dana Waldcn, tne Magician, appeared j the at Dr. Bean's opera houso Wednesday ' mftattlaife- evening under tho auspices of tho Hart larrfhylfeMtlgat ay frith "A ROYAL SLAVE" rmt New York cast la tke Acts Big Scens Ha, Awe-lmo- ir to-da- iSijj. ii V PER BOX pl-.a- e The Fairest Exchange N'T silt ii - i , I her Yellow Jacket Stingers. Tor ft mnn, who wns declared the Democratic inpcr, ns dead nnd Teddy burled, nficr the. 1910 elections Roosevelt seems remarkably alive. t' a party needs Is All the Democratic and lender, and something to Jcad, something to lead It to. Is a. candidate wny the Mr files anlmal-t- ho the lost week beforo election. With eternal perdition." bundlo of bluster and bigotry n Illeaso on tho hack of poor old South Carolina it Is to bo pitied. Moravian From tho Yellow Jacket, Palis. N. C. Democrat says Carolina A South he has voted tho straight Democratever since ho wns 11 years ic ticket old nnd ho expects to keep it up for That's tho next four hundred joars. the wny they work it In South Carolina. Vote them as oon as. they put cenon pants and vote their names turies after they arc dead and In tho hot place. into such a Directory 0iie Covuatjr aaaa- a- aaaaaaaaaaa. 4 House Plants Free We have four beautiful houso plants to give away absolutely iree to every fanner's wife in this section. Theso plants consist of: 1 1 1 1 Mrs. Lawson Carnation r r Fj m b ? & his philanthropy In a mustard seed lieves pain, regulates irregularities, builds weak, nervous woman baek to aad still have room to spare. health. druggist about Ask your "When tho 4 struck the U. South It was thought then lUmt tho Open Headquarters. worst had come, but now that of Hearst has cnterwel Di-i- e Lexington, Kcb. 29. Supportcis and set up one of his "jailer" Col. TJieodoro Koosevclt opened hvl-qurtetoday at tho I'hocnix peace-Util- e Hotel, sheets In Atlanta tho hitherto inhabitants are want to know and Stato organizations of tho Moore-ve- lt men with a lew to capturing what calamity could be worse. the Kentucky delegation to the RepubMarse Henri Watterson didn't leave lican National convention, will bo pusho a grease spot of Doc Wilson, and he Is Leslie- Combs and former Postmaster now a branded Maverick. Let Democ Thomaa L. WnlKer will bo in chargo of racy nominate him if it dare the load the headquarters, but Mr. "VVilker Is already too heavy. Doc Wilbon's in- announced that each district would have gratltudo to Harvey will cost a million its own separate organization. Sir. votes. And Democracy understands Ui.it Walker said tonight that tho names of Doc is now all in. Dock is as ikad as Iloofcovelt candidates for National delAgulnaldo. , egate would be announced 'as soon as they got Into the race. Tho campaign manager il E-2ff rs - In hli Wilson Woodrow Talk" nt Democratic along "Straight declared tint Frankfort, Kentucky, Insurgents havo swung round tho u m of courso understood that and round till their views wcro tho Doc Cook wis a Democrat and that same ns the Democrats, he showed Is his greatest misfortune. about politics how little ho knows and how much he is willing to exMen of brains nnd business sagac aggerate things to try to win supsuccessity alone are able to build man on tho of foolp port from evoiy wild Any sort ful enterprises. pike. can kick and destroy. togother ever where republicans punctured his own boom with a large number Lafollctto Democrats of tho American prcs pay due respect when he branded to tho memory Linas an aggregation of hirelings of Plu- coln; doors of public buildings pll tocracy. on wo find closed over the Nation the lltli of February, but gentlemen Is out of the Old John Rockefeller sou turn to the Is of the Jury, when nnd that Is why oil Oil business side nf the house, about Democratic advancing. Old John used to hold doors was only one that shut tho .the prices down so the common peo- the Uncle Orover made them when your ple could buy nil they wanted. tight nnd fast for many months nnd If Andy Carnegie would take that that was a memory we will not soon get In forget. to $2S.;0 which he Is going witness fees, and endow a Democratic Uncle Ezra Says. be donUeylsm it would school of "It don't tnko marc'n a gill uv effoit money spent In a noble cause. to git folks Into a peck of troublo"nnl dav a little neglect of constl) atlon, bullous-ncs- s Maud MuUer on a summer's Indigestion or other liver derangeraked tho meadow, sweet with Inlnot a word was said against ment will do the same. If ailing, take and Dr. King's Xcw Life Pills for quick results. Easy, safe, sure, and only '.' Tho wise man is not tho fellow who cents at all druggists. in tells other peoplo what to do, but tho fellow who does things ldmsalf Save Us From Autos. la tho man to bank on. Frankfort, Ky., Pcbiuary 2). The Stato Farmers' Institution In session It Is strange that ' whllo Willie hero today, adopted resolutions asking Alsorandolph Hearst tried very hard the General Assembly to enact such laws to rrove that Lincoln was a Demoas "will protetc our families whllo on tho crat nono of tho faithful could work public highways of the Stale" from himself up to believing that Willie danger by tho reekluss driving of autoIs a Democrat. mobiles, and favoring an Increased autorepect to President mobile tax. A resolution was also passi d duo Will nil Whiskey, of Taft's definition it Is In favor of extending the parcels post. still nothing but plain old 'Tot-guMich. Mrs. Wm, H. Carson one to and you can scaro up fiom In a lotitor from Argyll, says; "I was five gallons In tho closet of nearly all almost wild with pain, la my head, an who voted those fellows for Prolii-bltloothtyr soyore pains from womanly trou bios. Alter using Cairdul, i obtained XJId you ever notice that the fel- great relief. Further use ol Cardiil low who is always kicking so vigor- raised mo from iny bed of agony. Car-dsaved my life whoa nothing ously against tho Injustice of our se - else would help mo". Whether governmental "system" would be tevcn sorts of a hog in five minutes If riously sick, ox simply ailing, take 1 reho had a chance? You could put ail Caxdul, the woman'a tonic Every ir When Geranium Flowering Begonia Boston Fern I By special arrangement with the Farmer and Stockman of St. Louis, we can ofTer 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. Wo 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 o,ur entire allotment. Fill out the coupon now, before it is too late, and mail it or send it to us with SI. 25 toda , Circuit Court T. F. Blrkhend, Judge; Den X. ningo, Attorney; W. P. Mldklff, Jailer; E. O. Barrens, Clerk; F. L. Felix, Master Commlsloner; It. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Vund; T. II. Ulnck, Sheriff, Hartford. Dcputles-- S. O. Kcown an Lon Black. Court convenes first Monday In February and continues three weeks; third Monday in April, two weeks second Monday In June, Hired weeks; third Monday in October two weeks. County Court. It. 11. Wedding, Judge; W. 8. Tlnsley, Clerk, C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday In each month. Quarterly Quuiterly 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, Other County Officerr C. S. Moxfley, 1). Ky., II. Sure)or, No. 2; Ucrnard Felix ,Assessor, Hartford, Ky., It. F. D. No. :; Henry Leach. Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. U. lUiey, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COUHTS. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March, Tueaday after 3rd Monday In June. Tuesdw after 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday aftr 3rd Monday In December. O. U. Scott, Cromwell. Wedncday after 3rd Monday In March, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in June, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in September, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December. John H. Miles, Itockport, Friday after 3rd Monday In March, Friday after 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd Monday In September, Frlduy after 3rd .wuuutty in fuceiuuer. J. C Jackson. Ccntrrtnun. Kntnrilnv after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday f er 3rd Monday In June, Saturday after iu uiiuuy in ter 3rd Monday BcpicuiDer, Saturday afIn December. M O. Cook, Itenfrow, Tuseday after Monday In March. .in Tuedny after -- nd Monduy In May, Tuesduy after 3rd Monday In August, Tuesduy after 2nd Monduy In November. 'lhonias Sanders, Olnton, Wednesday nftir tho neund .Monday in .March. Wednesday after 2nd .Monday In .May Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August. ednesday nftcr 2nd Monday lu Novem- - Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law a Spoclalty. in tfals and Adjarniog icotintlcs. Comiricrcia and Oriailual Practice IIAJITKOIID, KY. Will practice bJs proftbelon Barnes Si Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith Mcpsrs. W. Ii. Ilarmts will C. K. SuilUi announoe Uuiit 'tJioj havo iform-- a inrtnwsh'ui fcr lilio Bvnwnil imc-tic- o t of law, exc.ijt crlinlnal and dlvor oason, Sir. Smith bolng County Attorney la nvrervoiiuod from iiractilclnBeuch ccasus. Mr. ikiriue Willi Iiullvlditilly aoce't such practloa Offlae la 11vrt-ford, Hartford IboimbUctun building, Ky. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In Ohhl end ndlolnlnK counties and In the Court of Appeals. Crlmlnnl practice and Col lections a Specialty.' Office In the Her aid building. FRANK L.FELIX, -- Attorney at Law YANCYL.MOSLEY. USE THIS COUPON. Date HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky., Gentlemen: Attached is S1.23 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 Child-labo- r. r,"'"'1'I Tucsdaj Monday l rordsIlt.. Thursday Aft.r Match. Jnd Monday In May. Thursday after 3rd Monday n August, Thursday after Jnd Monday In Noi ember. J. U l'attoii. Itnlph, Friday after 2nd Monday In March, Fridn Mondav ill ,.r.. niter 2nd v. Sj.n1.NAonSer.Kr,,I"y BrU'pa,UiIun:. ..Mrn,i,t -- ...:..... Courts of Ohio and ndjolntug counties, and In tho Court of Appeals. Also Notary Public. Office over First National Bank. M HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In all the I HAltTFOHD tit) M.,Crow nc, Mlontll.1'0"U,", POLICE COU11T. JU'Iko, John ii. WIlKon. J. i' Stevens, Marshal. -- KILLthe COUGH AND '"'"'ay CURE the LUNGS In ciuti nUny 0"Iltl'-- J,' ," Williams. Ma) or; urn? ,:0"l1ns' UhK. S. K. Cox. Treas' of Council, T. BarV. J. FiilV, nard. W. Ta) or. W. U. Hin. K. p. M. Ellis. .Moore. iU ml,, 'fi',,"'t:-!'nChalr- icmiiuon and II F. Llmi """. Or. King's New Discovery WITH Trial Settle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. K h w.. KEL1GIOUS SEUVICES. o.?V K In each mouth. Sunday School IUj a. m. Prayer meeting every day evening. Uev. T. V. Joiner, Wednespastor! Wed-ncsdu- I vyyno OLD5 --- mien iooasiwl t" New or Old Subscriber? day evening evoiy Hist umi 9iun-'- South-Scrvl- cis monrlng ,rU su,! GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY! OB HONEY REFUNDED. Adrress all Orders to ul hie HARTFORD, KY. Which Side Baptist CliUtch-Seivlc- co every ids y moiling una evening. Sunday .lo a. in. Prayer meeting every School y evening. Christian Cliurch-Scrvi- ccs Sunday at U a. in. and 7 p. m. Sunda" " ,n- - KUltr w' "' W,B" pustor. Cliurch-Scrvl- ces A.P'month at 11 a. in.first Sunday In und 7 p. in. Sunday Scool U:I5. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public Ohio County HART ORD. Y. for tho School teacher, one McCombs of Jeffrey fame, tang tho following tong, and kept on singing it, and i3 per-hafeigning it yet: Woodrow, I've boen thinking What a good world this would bo. If Henri Wattcrwm was transported, Kur beyond tho northern .sta. Woodiow, "I Suffered Years With My Back." Backache resulting from weak kidneys, a bad cold or other cause, usually renders the sufferer unfit for work and often results in permanent disability. "I suffered for years with my back, or kidney trouble, and have tried a number of remedies from different physicians. More than a year ago, one of our local druggists induced me to try Don't understand tho Initiative, referendum and recall? Let us cpl.iln ou; "Mr. Man goes home them to and annountei. that ho is going down town after bupper to mtct a num. That's the Inltlatlic. Tho lady of the house sajs "Aro jou?" In that ascending voice that seems to walk over the roof of her nones. That's tho referendum. Then Mr. Man sits down and reads his paper. That's the recall. One of tho handicaps to the lat presidential campaign on the Democratic side was the fact that Huron! Kern carried his wlilbkcis with him. To add to tho honor of the hltun-tlo- n Colonel J. Hum Lewis had also his wealth of whiskers with him. This not only called for excess bagguge, theory leeched a new but tho Impetus. This time let them nor.il-nat- e Dr. and after using them some three months I found a decided improvement in my kidneys, and I am glad to say that I hope soon to be fully restored to health." J. P. Allen, City Court, Glasgow, Ky. As long as pain is present in any part of the body rest is impossible and the system becoming weakened is exposed to any form of disease to which the sufferer may be inclined. Ex-Jud- files' Anti-Pai- n Pills Dr. MilM' by steadying Anti-Pai- n Pills a the irritated nerve bald-face- d mun. Parson liiownlow of Tennessee, was alUo today, ho would again think of the statement ho once, made about South Carolina. He a!J: "I am in favor of letting out as a contract to tho Yankees by our government tlie sawing of South Carolina out of this Union and floating icr out into the Atlantic and tluis ojd It centers, make refreshing sleep possible, thereby enabling the body to recover lost strength. As a remedy for pain of any description Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills are unsurpassed. of Sold by all druggists under a guar ntte (during the return of the price tht first box If no benefit results. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, In grow, that ho hates to see faith In God that ho hates to see hope of eternal Ffllnt Springs. Ky., Kcb, 19, 1512. life grow, that ho hates any good dood Editor, Hartford Republican, whatever that this mortal man may do. Dear Sir: The Poet, Longfellow.says: All the weapons of the Satanic kingdom "LIfo is real, life Is earnest, and tho aro used by this 'xalllant of Satin, his Grave Is not Its goal." My tho Inspiring hand is against all mankind. So let u words of tho Pott my mind this even- of the army of tho rally around ing Is beckoned Into real light of llfv. the atandaid of Uio Iord and help deI am forced to see llfo take on a ser- feat theso Satanic foes. Lu, ndJetonLadJ fiSSXF&'i ious aspect, to see that there Is a real Contributed In love. Acme Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. battle on the fluids of life. JOHN H. AX.LKN. Vf'... meets secoi.d knd fourth Vrirf. Nobel Grand r'.'tn,,e7,U0l;.!.V..W, There tho question naturally arises beA Lifetime Trouble. Ohio Tribe No. 1st" Imp. Order aro tho tween what two opponents Men. miai mmhj -- . iS.."Tu '".,,..Veu"B" Ingram, Texas "Ever dace I be dav ' nliThi in V" strifes, and on which sldo am I to bo ;;.'i. ini'iiiii, iULH VOX' participant. I am led to bellcvo that came a woman," wltes Mrs. E. M. a s . ,v. Hartford Cjitnn IV r " In this fluid referred to, there are two Evans, of (this place. "I suffered from mcutfl uv. rv ' ..u iiu iuuiiii Okiiuruay trouble, laei tiaii, It got air, h i opposing leaders, under theso leaders woman! 'nontli. Consul !lr Vin uac".J so .bad, I had to stay In bed far near there urn soldiers fighting for them. ' WUUiUn'': W. C. Preston Morton Post No. These two leaders are: God and Sa ly a wook every month. Since taking O. A. - It. .. . holda nuriitni. n.An.... tan. If wo look on the roll of the ol Cardul, I feol better ithan I havo for rn?,flxmi.MJ?,lay.a.iiip cuiuruuy oeiori) '"each month.uA;. 1- 8ucceed when everything else faik. Ash11 Pro-paryietura." In nervous prostration and female You can rely on Cardul. untecrs under God, wo feel the name of " "u-- 0. Adjt. weaknesses the? are the supreme especially for women, it relieves virtue, freedom, friendship and charity. remedy, as thousands have testified. A, S. of E. On the roll of Satan wo find tho womanly pain, by acting on the cause National Officers; fornication, tyran- and builds up womanly strength whor names of tlio lust, Narrows. Ky. ny, selfishness and hatred of man Kind. It 1s most needed. Purely vegetable. it is the best medicine ever sold J. M. Woods. now bco that wo must bo on tho Mild, but contain In action. Try It. dlanapons: Wo ",p' Ul' ' "" over a druggist's counter. Ind. 1 sldo of right or wrong. Each side hits At your drugglata. ciaie ejrricers: weapons. God uses tho weapons of a laiuiuy vice In producing1 tho tones or Inflection, President: frco cclnr mind, a 'right heart, and loud . n. n itnh.rf.An nn, olco forty-fou- r of tho human muscles county, eec- Tre'as speech to oppose lust. Satan ukcs tho aro brought Into play. weapons of flattering, guile, deceit to Orl:anlze"0e'er 'arren county State uocurs sum success i oppose lrtuc, to oppose tyranny. God Children aro much more likely to con"Pnli Henry county, and couniy Assistant state uses the weapon of enlightmont, and tract the contagious diseases when they BmImm. AtrUlwIlT rJUfet k.lM Board of Directors. Ben Watson, War- BISKS TOU OUT narmmtlant mititmaff. advancement, to oppose freedom. Satan have colds, Whooping cough, dlptherla, wniu coun. i?nrtteiiut.l uses tho weapons of tho names of Ig- scarlet fever and consumption aro dis ty, A. II. Brooks, Bracken county; It. E. ' Prize Callertloa 'ni?i Hardin county, and J. F. Doss. iv ?t"" I norance, and traditional laws. eases tliat aro often contracted wlwn Muhlenberg county. tUitetpriMMl4 iiimiu IKI.vT.IL TA OmtlllTEM Ohio County Officers: To opposo selfishness God commands tho child has a cold. That Is why all Write 8. L. Stevens Pres.. Beaver Meathm this Paptr. Henry Plrtle, Sec. Hartford, ram.Ky. Ky. compassion, to op- - medical authorities say beware of colds, his children to havo D. Ford, Treas., Hartford, Ky. ArrMrAAArsAiWMWWVW pobo selfishness, Christ died on tho For tho quick cure of colds you find not CENTS COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Cough worjd. To oppoio Ing better than Chamberlain's Cross for tho whole ........Hr. SUaalrfliswa - wtiwr wtw ta - ttiai Henry T.nrli Phalrmn. lTn.ifA.il v UN. I H..A i be dopended upfriendship Satan uses the weapon of Remedy. It ran L L. B. Tlchenor. Hartford. 1L h n. ' WBSI on and Is pleasant and safe to take. For No, B. greed, a loo for one's self, a loe for "" "' 2. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds. Ky. sale by all dealers. m one's gold moro than for ono's soul. 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. 4. 11. L. Alford, White Hun. Ky. Tills now brings us down to charity; In Europe they dust tho paintings in 6. Richard Plnmer, Taylor Mlnes.Ky. C. J. L. Brown, Bockport. Ky. Oh tho belssod art galleries by meuns of air syringes. or love of mankind. word, charity, If only cjiarlty could bo Installed In the hearts of ail mankind . FOR FLETCHER'S below. this world would be a Heaven oArAreejofJtar 'PosrOA oppose charity Satan uses the weaTo I lit SJi I m pons, hatred, uvoalcc, guile, hypovravy, 7& England has moro rivers (or Its sl.o speaking, envy, strife. Wo notice evil than any other country on the globe. ,3T m the arch opponent of charity la hatred You Judge a man not by what ho prom of mankind. We do not mean by tht that Satan hates tho existence of tho lscs to do, but by what he has done. human race, ho rather gorges that That is the only true test. Chamberthis there Is a bearing in existence that he lain's Cough Remedy judged by '2Z4ito -can drag down to perdition, but we standard has no superior. People everyt mean by this that Satan hatca the soul where speak of It In the highest terms of man, that he hates to. aeo virtue of praise. For sale by U dealer, m are You On. All Matters Given Prompt AttenSECUET SOCIETIES. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A Hartford Lodge No. 675. F. h A. M . tion. meets flr,t und third Monduy night In each month. Owen Hunter, W. M.. I SPECIALTY. P. I'oreman .Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. 110. It. A. meets every third Saturduy night U. )', 8. P. McKKN.NET each month. John T. Moore High Priest; otto c. UAriTIN W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. 81, o. E. 8.. meets second and fourth Monduy - Anderson, W. M. Miss Miller Secretary. Hough Itlver Lodgo No. 110. Knights of Pythias, meets every ' C G" J' Siy lostor"K- of It. AS Hartford' Tent No. W. K. O. T. M meets every first night W. II. Gillespie,and third Thursday Commander: 1.. p. froreman, Itecord Keeper. Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T If ,T7'! SicK. meets everv rim n .v.!-- .. ci.i In each month. Mrs. Martin & McKeimey Hartford, Ky. General Insurance Life, Accident, and Fir. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. ' .. tr ..'...."-- Comnian-Wulla?i?nU- ,a Electric Bitters SEEDS 1 ed T E-2- '""""""' ""n Lat-on.-- K' SPECIAL OFFER: -- ??'. ""m ...zJTL:'.'r.tr's.t' ".. to-4a- yt -"r ' HNDJO -- alas i-- LsULSftiOUstSk. m & mi- Gtiliaren Cry CAST OR A 'ZSSS 9wnnuitK A7? vrS .or 7yyoeur)ffn !A 4jF a&69ia vjtotTtMfsfrarfoa JOmwi m. ieneJJ ''ff 'Gtm,J$: ?SMWfi&l fc. TiT.lit.?it(,.nftv. -- zzrx. 'i!2x&ammxvMMtfrvm. 11 K'M " CASTORIA For Infanti and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PEH CENT7 AXfaclaWcIYeparaltonrorAs- - His & Q slm ailngihcFbodandRrtula ting (lie S tomachs andOovtds oT ftjKl Bears the Signature of Mb tat sell, 13; Scott, 18; Shelby, IS; Simpson, Spencer, 6; Taylor, 12; Todd, 16;Trlg, Convention, 1912. 14; Trimble, 3; Union, 13; Warren, 29; Feb. II, 1912. Washington, 15; Wayno, 19; Webster, 13; I.oulsllIe, To tbo Itopubllc'an Electors of Kentucky: Whitley, 40; Woodford, 11; Wolfe, S. No. In ncconlaiico with established custom of Delegates, ZK. Necessary to choice. and In obodlenco to tbo rules governing 1179. Very Respectfully, Kentbo Ilepubllean Organization of GEORGE W. WELSH, Ch'm'n. ALV1S S. BENNETT, Sec'y. tucky, and tbo official call of tbo ReS3U publican National Committee, tbo ReFor oriJy $2.,05 you can gat Tho publican Stato Central Commlttco of Hart-fow- l Republican,, Who Pawnor A Kentucky now directs that a Stato Convention of delegated representatives of Stockman. Tho Pooipka; Monrtlhly row Party of Kentucky bo year ioh and a full siao 16x20 craytho Republican Fill out tho couheld In tho City of Louisville, Kentucky, on enilairaamonk appcaro In tills pa- time, pon wililch one o'clock p. m. nt standard 2"dt. on Wednesday, tho tenth day of April, pjt. Official Call for Republican State Oj NO ONE STRONGER THAN HIS STOMACH. The celebrated Dr. Abemcthy of London was firmly of tho opinion that ditor dersof the stomach were the most prolific source of human ailments in Renral. A., recent medical writer says! "every feeling, emotion and affection reports at the stomach (through the system of nerves) and the stomach is affected accordingly.) ." He continues, " so we may be it b the vital center of the body said to live through) the stomach." He Hoes on to show that the stomach is the vital center ol the body. For weak stomachs and the consequent indigestion! or dyspepsia, and the multitude of various diseases which result therefrom, bo medicine can be better suited as a curative agent than K, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, WW J .A 'SSTjfl V. S!jf Promotes Digpstfon V" ChferW Kci:l Kgijj; i Emi Not Narcotic. Km' Hi ncssaiulRraijConlalninriitar Opim.Morphinc nor Mineral jfovtormasmumm. JltxJitma JhcMttUt- 4 L A W ' I P I J M Tho delegates to said State Convention to bo held In tho County Scat in each County ut one o'clock, standard I MrmSrri- BjP'S'i time, on April C, 1912, except In the mm counties of' Hell, Boyd, Campbell and Kenton, In which counties raid convenAperTeet Remedy for Gonsflptions shall bo held In tho cities lion.SourStomach.Dlarrlwi of KaH1 WorrasfomTilsioiis.Forrish Mlddleshoro, Asliliuicl, Newport and CovCr-u-l ncssawlLossorSlEEP. ington respectively, nnd provided that In Jefferson County said muss convenEpCwil Facsimile Signature or tion shall be held in each of the wurds of the City of I.ouIsllle, and for tbo I NEW YORK. county outsldo tbo limits of said city, which later meeting may bo held In said city. One delegate shall be elected for otcs of each "tie hundred fraction nSBgff. Iritmfantggq under the rooulji thereof, amounting to fifty or ocr, cast such for tho Republican electors In Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMI OtNTAUH OMMV, ntW OA CITT- In county nt tho Presidential election 1908. Tho form of voting at said county or ward mass Convention shall bo by ballot in each county In which the county committee provides for tbo election of the county committeemen by ball at county or ward mass conventions, and said election of delegates In counties will GUARANTEE you n position If you us real soon. Wo nood many mora by which elect county committeeman at onco to supply tbo enormous demand county or ward mass conventions shall for our graduates. As soon as wo got tbo required number ofstudents tbls offer will bo withdrawn. So bo held by tbo same officers who con wrlto at onco for particulars). duct tho election of county committee man In counties which do not elect cunty coommlttee by ballot the form bo of voting for such delegates pliull viva voce. COLLEGE mruiiroi.Tip Tho Republican Congressional District QUO, W. MCinVAHTZ J Committee of each Congressional rMiciri district as now constituted, will, us directed, by tho call of tho Republican National Committee, meet and direct the holding of a congressional district canvcntlon Buckbcc's "Full ot Life" Northern hdlgrrai Seeds have a reputation of jsycanot '" sucn ulst,lct for tho purpose of ulect- iVSHi.ii. ErmMn MUiua tneta. it pays tar m. tw0 district delegates nnd two alter. -Seasonable Specialties: nates to said National Convention, and DBANS to said committee Is hereby directed Earliest Rnl Valentine . . Jj.50 Bushel ICxtra Early . . Jj.jj Bushel RefuKce provide in Its call for tho election of K:w Slrinitless Green Pod . J3.70 llusliel Wardwell's Imp. Kdlney Wax it.50 llusliel one member of the Stato Central Com INTERNATIONAL I)a is New While Wax . . J4.75 Hushel tnltteo and for tho nomination of one Currie's Kust Proof Wax . ft.y Bushel PEAS. . Si Bushel elector, to bo voted for ut said NationExtra Early Alaska . fa New Early Cradus 50 Bushel al Klectlon. llorsford'i Market Garden . $3.50 Bushel Buckbee's Lightning Express fsx Bushel THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? And It Is hereby recommended that Lettuce, Radlih, Tomato and a full line of aeeus. riams aim uuius at lowest growing prices. tho delegates to said district convenfor comnlete cataloeue or submit a list at tion bo elected at tho same time and In TION, covering every . ..! your requirements ana will quote prices. ' eld of the world's thought, Buy direct from the grower Save Money. the samo manner as tho delegates to action and culture. Tho only Write today. Mention this paper. mew nnabrldged dictionary an said Stato Convention. aaay years. Said Stato Central Commlttco further laWBiCiheeSl., Rockrord Sees Finns. KeckiM, deflnea over 400,000 directs that except as hereinafter proWorcfar more than eTor vided, In each and every county tho now betoro appeared between two covers. 4700 1'ageM. 6000 members of tho Republican County Com mlttce shall bo elected by precinct meetbe onfrtUetlonssy fUeaaa c ings, which precinct meetings shall, be th() &ow dlriAod A. "Stroke of Genius." held at 2 o'clock p. in., standard time, WL on Saturday, May 4, 1912, In tho manner TdtDI.IilllKI HDronnUT oUmlamd In it is an encyclopedia In all eountrl or no im. okuus PATE NTn single volume. prescribed In Rulo 2nd of Rules of the THAT PAT. ulrtrUM Uwm tnorougtai, at our ipuiM, aAdlelp you to sucoesa. M i stenepted by tan Republican Organization of Kentucky; Band modal, uhoto or sk.tcti for fnCC nport Covets. Schools and on patwtabiuty. years' praetlc. except, however, that In each county in Frees en (aw se muprtma mm- RSririCNCCS. ForrrMOnlde Book oo rrotliatile l'alenui writ, to urataajr. which county committee determines that aoj-a- oi Sajvnnth ntcratnt. such members of such county commitne who knows Wtmm WMHINOTON, D. O. Buoeema. X,et na tee shall bo elected by county or ward yen snout this new work. conven muss conventions, such mass at tlons shall be held in such county . I .wUrlftaMBBaitarMA4M. the same time and place at which del fcnC.saMMAMCe..rlll liM.latlssll.al. na, egates are elected to said State Con' Kisnnthtlwt.wawlBairfeilttBiii. 6 on Saturday, April vcntlon, at one o'clock p. M. standard itlmo. The number ot delegates to said Stato Convention apportioned to each of the various counties of Kentucky, Is as fol. BUCKBcE'S BULBS SUCCEEDS lows; I mm "Si Ml! M&i) flHCrlf I FWaSm!- t- . iV Y In vr for tbo purposo of electing four delegates from tbo Stato of Kentucky at large, and four nlternato delegates at largo to tho National Convention of tbo Republican Tarty to bo held In Chica1912. go, Illinois, on Tuesday, Juno 1, and for tho purposo of nominating two electors from raid State nt largo, to bo voted for nt tbo election to bo held No1312, Predicts Christ's Coming. The St. Wils Globe Democrat says; acChrist Is coming to earth again, cording to D. S. M. linger of Chicago, who lectured for tho Thcosophknl Societies Sunday afternoon In tho auditorium of tho Soulard Branch Library, Seventh nnd Soulard streets. "Tho world Is calling for a religious teacher that will sound out a now note of life," ho said, "Science, art, literature, music, capital, lubor and everything Is calling for a solution of Its piob loms. "To tho Hindus he enmo ns Vyasrt,to the Kgyptlnns as Hermes, to tho Persians ns Zoroaster, to tho Greeks as Orpheus, nnd to the people nf tho Teutonic raco ns tho Christ. To each race ho gave a religion, establishing, for our own people Christianity. If ho came flvo times beforu to teach a new rnco of people, shall ho fall to como now as the beginning of tho sixth subraco H to be born? "Within twenty years Is the allotted time that Christ shall nppear. We know thnt ho Is coming, and we want to the people to receive lilm, and avoid history repeating Itself by the same sad trugedy last ho was on lire-pa- re Mrs. Murken. wf "Several months airo I suffered from asevcro pain right tinder tho breasMionc," writes Mns. O. JI. Mviikkn, of Corona, Calif, "Had suffered from It, off and on, for sov-cryonrs. I nlso suffered from heart-burdid not know what was tho matter with me. I tried several medicines, but they did mo no Rood. Finally, I was told It was my liver. I did not darn to eat as It wndo mo worse. Whenever I swallowed anything It sscmed that I would faint It hurt so. I grew very thin nnd weak from not eating. Was told to tako Dr. Pierce's Golden Mcdicnl Discovery. I toolc flvo liottles of It, and could feel myself getting lietter from tho first dose, I conld cat n llttlo without pain and grew stronp; fast. I am strong and well and can do a bis day's work with eao. Can cat everything and hnvo put on flesh wonderfully, f will say to nil sufferers wrlto to Dr. Ploreo. 1I0 Las my undying gratltuuu." nl n, To-da- vember 5, 1912. GILLESPIE BROS. I W. H.&.J. F.GILLESPIE HAVE YOUR SUITS -- "? assh. I s IPrP 55 Use Proprietors ueanea s rressea r - For Over tigs' &0Z&;. IS2 Thirty Years B LACKSM1THING AND REPAIR WORK Repairing and Dye' ing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and CASTORIA delivered. Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford. - Ky. Club rate $1.00 per Blifb. month. Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. BLDG., earth. "How shall wo know him? By devel oping the Christ-lik- e qualities In dally life, (unllties that go to make up tho spiritual man cultivate reverence and devotion grasp something of an understanding of tho perfect lovo and purity of his natuic, unci, lastly, the world teacher will bo Justified liy"the teaching. "His creed will bo brotherhood of religion brotherhood of man. Ho will tell tho rich their responsibility to the poor, nnd tho wImj their responsibility to tho Ignorant; teach such virtues as tolerance, adaptability, reveranco nnd magnanimity.'' You can say goodbyo to constipation with a clear conscience if you use Cham borlaln's Tablets. Many have been per manently cured by their use. For sale by m all dealers. , HARTFORD, KY. POSITIONS GUARANTEED WE ro w vtttjiJKMtaatfi) BUSINESS ao& JAMES & CO., vSfv" First Class Centertown, aUIveryrt-iar- i Kentucky. lfflU WMM PWi Webster's New Dictionary SEEDS ....$ . Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, A : French Dreesmaker Whose The Peafowl. According to the cnesus report, there In are, at present, only 4S3 peafowls tho whole Stato of Kentucky. In point fie of numbers, the bird Is slated to decreasing all over the country. If this is correct, it means tho practical extinction of the most beautiful of all our domestics fowls. Who has not watched and with delighted eye, tho strutting pluming of tho male peafowl as he woos his mato in tho springtime? There is no feathered creature, with tho possible exception of the bird of Paradise, comparable to him In beauty aside from of his looks, the peafowl is the king table-birdran Not even tho turkey surpass him., while In gamey, wild A flavor he Is Infinitely the superior. well cooked peafowl lias all the epicur ean qualities of an enlarged quail. Tho cost of raising tho peafowl is absolutely nothing. When the female arrives at two years ot age, sho steals ' her nests, lays from six to eight eggs, and, when tho young are hatched, disappears Conwith them for weeks at a tlmei finement kills the young, and tho only successful method of raising litem is to turn them loose with tho pea-lio- n and let them tako care of themselves. It Is Incomprehensible) why so beautiful a bird, with a reputation aa o. table-fosecond to none, costing nothing to brood and raise, is not more generally found. That It Is generally becoming extinct, is a matter of regrot for every person with a lovo for tho beautiful and toothsome. s. HOUSEHOLD HELPS I Salary is $60,000 a Year. . r" d S.-n- Lmui H. W. BUCKBEE ' O tU I IIKIVill to-w- BULBS' kmlld lfasr BaaiaeM. A' rMdtamak you a pernio mint ous. 1 will ' 'trial tlatuf action auanateed or your ' toner, ' &ouer nf ondixi ' Sourenlr U.JUM .a. WaS. mtoanUSTiTS U P.JLwl ia,tluk..bU.lill,puU IAMH taiul aMVMllU,lMWljop,Cl'MU.CifcM4M, A.flMM, Utf.4 r.M. 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Address (H SacCilL CO. tttteMs W. 171k St. WW VOnl 7; llarren, Bath, 15; Bell, 2S; frllctl5.'agig, m McCALL PATTEBN8 WrKtto-dt- y Mlioa tmlt fnaar I n1 I la IU tnltMaiU ateaUnl nh4 U MMV Minf IA PMkinf I . .. www" wmM kla tlluatuul , laa.aBlu , a I PUJD rvaapBMUt tl ik.. Bilk mm an nnwna aw bm j VMvUnunenunnniirknaieaiavn mmMAm, WtlM nM rinnW. f Ulntln Bf tMWlM,- rniWIirnl nnnoMa JJ 0nTJaWmtTUOm aii.r.ti.Lu. a wwi fcv.sm- I1 ninnt hi it usmau inuv s ' axaraa wsaw (snCTleniaa anrnmB wnn as ....! .a... r.'JT,r .!" ani' lIIMH lH.W. "an4i 9mmmvm9mmvnmt IteBBUODniT.0 aooxrvao, iu. mtm ' rtoi. how OVER YEARS' EXPERIENCE llHnjM tssx&n to oasaia -i p- udirtttvUkWaiSkvta tmJoUuUtoUt. lalrfrlapisiitPrMwta LaassMksaarWMMati WnHIHttTOH.J DcnMN OopvRtnitTa Ae. Anyone seadbic a sketch sod description may qulekly ascertain our opinion voaiuar an iiirenttaiiU probably Mtaoiat) llous strlctft contdeuUaX HUM . SBWtal Trade Marks !; sent f re. Oldast aseney (or 1 fatanu taken tbrpuab Mi la tke aoftea. without eeai A hanaaoaely ttlustra - weekly. etr. euiaUon of any selentlie taurBaj, Tersas. N a Scieifif k timftm. 4 "f raal. toBrmolh,i'aWbyawsdars. swyfyRI sBLws awassPB vajea, vzzzmw Boone, S; Bourbon, 23; Boyd, 29;, Doyle 15; Bracken, 11; Breathitt, 16; Brecken-ridg26; Bullitt, 7; Butler, 23; Caldwell, 15; Calloway, 8; Campbell, 70; Carlisle, 5; Carroll, C; Carter, 26; Casey, 19;,Chrh-tlu46; Clark, 19; Clay, 20; Clinton, 11; Crittenden, 17; Cumberland, 12; Davioss, Kstlll, 13; 39; Edmonson, 13; EJllot, 6; 16; Fayette, 47; Fleming, 20; Floyd, 3; Franklin, 16; Fulton, 6; Gallatin, Garrard, 16; Grant, 11; Graves, 17; a 21;arcen, 13; Greenup, 21; Hancock, 11; Hardin, 19; Harlan, 11; Harrison, 16; Hart, 20; Henderson, 23; Henry. 14; Hickman, 7; Hopkins, 23; Jackson. 13; John19; Jefferson, 272; Jessamine, son, 23; Kenton, 61; Knott, 6; Kiok. 23; Larue, 10; Laurel, 26; Lawrence, 21; Lee, 12; Lgslle, 14; Letcher, 12; Lowls, 10; Logon, 25; Lincoln, 19; Livingston, Lyon, 8; Madison, 32; Magoffin, 16; 10; Marlon, 13; Marshall, 12; Martin, Mason, 21; McCracken, 30; McLean, f, Meade, 9; Menifee, 6; Mercer, 16; 13; 13;. Monroe, 19; Montgomery, Morgan, 14; MulUenburg, 31; Nelson, 11; Nicholas, 11; Ohio, 33; Oldham, ; Owen, 13; 7; Owsley, 12; Pendleton, 12; Perry, Pike, 36; Powell, 7; TulaskJ, 46; Robertson, 4; Roctourtle, 18; Rowan, 10; Jlus- nay-soMet-cal- o, n, n, Home ComIn the March Woman's panion, there Is an interesting account of Mme. Paquln, who is at Uio head of the most famous dressmaking establishStains on tinware or teacups can be In the world. Following is an exa damp cloth in ment removed by dipping rubbing briskly. Wash tract from the article: common oda and "If anybody is qualified to explain, the and wipe dry. mysterious processes by which fasldona To clean rusty and blackened knives, In dress are Imposed upon the world, It use lialf a raw potato dipping In brlck-dus- t. must be the head of the great Parisian House of Paquln In the R,uo do la Pal. r. Never allow the cogs Those who are Impolite enough to disDover to be put In tho cuss such matters, say that Madame P.v of a Doverwith the dish pan. .Wash the lower part care- quin may bo fully and dry before putting away. If apolgetlc qualification tliat she looks at tho cogs, are allowed to get wet the .least ten years younger. But all Agree grease will como off on the lvands.and that sho Is clinrmlng. There is no doubt the of the efficiency with which she domithe beater will wear out In half nates the greatest dressmaking estab ' usual time. lishment In the world. Madame Paquln Caro of kitchen range. After broil assumed 'the dictatorship of the realm ing or frying, If any fat has spattered of Fashion,' as the phrase-makewill on the range wipe the surface at once have it ,ln December, 19t)7, upon the with newspaper. death of her husband, that ' Monsieur Paquln who was very properly Tumblers wliich have containid milk Isador decorated by the Minister of Commerce should be first rinsed In cold wa,ter befor his services to Franco through his fore washing in hot water. preeminent genius in his art. Monsieur To oclan copper or brass. If copper Isador Paquln was an unknown clerk of or brass is very dirty, put some fine salt the Paris Bourse, and his bride was an on a plate, dip Into a cut lemon and equally obsecure llttlo dressmaker at the rub on the metal. The strong acid will time ot their marriage, about 1S01. But shortly after they set up housekeeping, remove tho worst stain. a wealthy patron established them In a New Iron kettle. Before using a new dressmaking business, small, but in an outside Iron kettlo grease lnstdo and excellent location. At that time tho eight hours; then and let stand forty great artists of fashion were wont to wash In hot water in which largo lump hold themselves coldly and mysteriously The men Who of cooking soda lias been dissolved. aloof from their patrons. Tho neware As heads of large enterprises comers In tho field adopted an opposite today, CARE OP THE BBEAD BOARD. men ot great energy. Success, demands health. To all Is to fall. It's Always wash a broad board with cold policy. Monsieur, a born diplomat and business man, young.liaiul-som- e, utter folly for a man to endure a weak, water and soap If you wish to keep It a and suave, and Madame, charmgood color. A llttlo silver sand added when alivo condition lialf Electric Bitters will Put him right on to the soap will greatly Improve the ap- ing and tactful, wero always accessible and always courteous. Such qualities, his feet In short order. "Four bottles! pearance If tho hoard Is discolored. supplementing unquestioned taste and did me more real good than any other In scouring faucets be careful to keep originality, proved so compelling that medicine I ever took," writes Clias. li. Joints. by the end ot a dozen years the anscouring prlt out of tlio of the Allen, Sylvanta, Oa. "After years smallest particles cut nway nual income of tho houso of Paquln suffering with rheumatism, liver trou- Even the many was the screw threads in turning thousand about four hundred deranged ble, stomach disorders and times a day. Today It Is probably far In dollars. kidneys, I am again thanks to Kcctrlc figure. Aside from her Try them. Bitters, sound and well." Caro of the sink waste pipe. A solu- excess of that establishment, Madauiti m Only SO cents at alt druggists. tion of cljorldo of zinc, wluoli can be interest in the obtained at the druggists, And used In Paquln draws a salary of sixty thousand of Some doctors say a regular diet ,to four gallons dollars. The detail of business is enorand cross proportion ot one pint beef makes people most efficient cleans- mous. A small army Is employed not only of water, forms a In designing, experimenting, and makMAN I. EACH LOCALITY ing and purifying agent for ,tlio sink WAN nox- ing, but also lu scouting for new ideas, To join UUa Society. Sick, accldMt, waste pipe, promptly neu,truJtrUig exaggerated. Then nMth btseata. And Introduce our ious efflula and arresting vegetable de- to be modified or who exthere ore the 'mannequins MaaaboreMpft. Alt or spare Urn. 50 composition. in tho showrooms, hibit the costumes t two a month. Bvery Member glYM yov n steady BtOBtnly of engraving on soft steel was not to speak ot persons of far more The art cperiwsct not ntnonn. Witt Invented by Jacob Perkins, ot Philadel- consequence who wear tho latest creantesa. Box ftrlngtaa. Kjr. phia la 1312,, far tions on the stage or at the raves." i , egg-beatthtrty-nine.alwars ... Succeed. run-dow- n, TO-AG- TIVE m-CnU-M- JI-30- f Stewart's Reduction 23,Setle! At Beaver Dam, March 8, to March Ky., 1Q12. Values Value Values Values . . . . In order to revive our business for the dull months, we Big Bargains in Clothing Boys' $1.50 Suits Boys' 2.00 Suits Boys' 3.00 Suits Boys 5,00 Suits Men's 8.50 Suits 10.00 Suits Mens' Men's 12.50 Suits Men's 15.00 Suits Mens 2.00 Odd Pants Mens' 2.50 Odd Pants Mens' 1.00 Overalls Broken lots much cheaper. We $1.24 1.40 2.49 3.9S 6.48 7.48 9.98 11.98 1.49 will make the following Low prices. All All All All $1.50 2.50 3.00 5.00 Notions and Furnishing Goods Paper of Pins Paper of Safety Pins Handkerchiefs Mens Linen Collars 2c Cc 2c 2c each each Hose for Men, Women and Gc pair Children 5c each Towels All 35c Underwear 25c All 50c Underwear . . . . . . 35c fiOc Dress Shirts '. . . 45c G9o 75c Dress Shirts 89c $1 Dress Shirts See our nice Druggets and Carpets J .... A Few Dry Goods Prices Best Standard Calico 5c yard 10c Gingham 9c 12Jc Gingham lie Hope Blearhed Domestic . . . . 9c A big line of all kinds of Dress Goods at big reductions. ... Prices on Shoes and Slippers. . Ladies Skirts $ .75 All All All All All All $1.25 Shoes and Slippers 1.50 Shoes and Slippers 2.50 Shoes and Slippers 3.00 Shoes and Slippers 3.50 Shoes and Slippers 4.00 Shoes and Slippers $1.10 . . 1.24 . . 1.9S .. .. .. 1.25 1.50 2.50 I &Ia 2.49 2.9S 3.48 at half price. for Ladies. Just think of it! All these goods We have a nice line of Coat Suits 1.93 89 Grocery Specials Arbuckles Codec Loose Roast Coiree G. Bars Red Wrapper Soap 6 Bars Clean Easy Soap 25c box Butter Milk Soap bave lots of Spring Ging-hain stock They all go. ms ... .. 25c 25c 25c 25c Men's Hats at Big Reduction. Our large line of Men's Hats duced 25 to 50 per cent. re- ture and Queensware. Wonderful Reduction in Furni- 20c Overcoats and Cloaks 'way Down See our Bargain Sboe Counter for biggest bargains. The above are only a few sample prices. All through our Big Stock you will find them. V. KENTUCKY 3VE. STEWART dks COMPANY, REVOLVER USED Beaver Dam, ZLentuoky. oung men ready' for the crisis; rally facturo of sjrup nnd rum, tho augir ilustry of Louisiana wns nt Its Inception li.tory is to his support and sine. cine having bout iuttoduccil Into Imls-Inn- i a very crude and unimportant oiiclxth Nothing good is ever gained without a In 1731 by tho Jesuit Putin rs from as to Its cultured und umuufacttir! ig REAL ESTATE BY SUFFRAGETTES struggle. J. SI. llOUUllti. Sao DoiiiIiiko, where their confrirers hid mcitluxls nnd tho sUnlflcumc "of Its built up quite a considerable liultihtrj. nnntinl output, but us the progrosslvo Taft Gets Irish Shamrock. The iano grew well, but all attempts planter, realizing Its future possibilities Washlngton.D. C, Slarch 1. The Whlto to manufacture- - sugar from Makes Great Advance in Price the It were abandoned indigo entirely nnd to porno They Become Violent and Form a House mall today brought President T.t a nliortlic, and It wns not until 1791 that More Roosevelt Men. extent. cotton to sugar cane. It comIncrease is Nearly 50 a silk shamrock and n geld snnku from Don Wild Mob in The City of Slendez Antonio succeeded hi Ohio At a regular meeting of the a period of sternly Mary 1. l'lnttcry of Xew Vork, which extracting sugar from cane. Thteo mented to enjoy County Uoosevclt Club, wlilah meets In Per Cent. London. the President will wear In tho lapel if J ears; later Ltlcnnc de Itore undo sinh grow tli, until In 120 the crop npproxl- the court house every Saturday after-noohis coat vv hen lie rides at the head of a irge crop of sugar that iiinti)' wore mited some twenty million pounds of held last Saturday the following the M. Patrick's day parade in Hus Induced to go Into tho ludtistrj',:ind It sugur. study of Ken- members were added to the already London, Starch 2 The In an oIiausUe sufflrs.t ton, Monday, Slarch IS. Is to him tluit the real a edit of belli,? tucky's agricultural anil stock large list: Prom this tlmo the Industry developed fragette demonstration In which shots the father of the Industry belongs. h Issued ns a bulletin the K. SI. Woodward, L'q. J. II. Williams, rapidly. National Slagarhic. ochave been fired by tno women Monster Paducah Baby. among others Census Bureau, Andeison, J. A. O. In common with nil Industries In the theo Pete Shown. AW interesting facta nro sot forth: Park, C. D. Westcrfleld, W. SI. John- - curred in the west end of London this Paducah, Kj., Slarch 1. Tipping the experimental stnge, the siigur-c.in- o In- Prussia has n forest of 7,l"WXI acres. when n mob attacked gov- scales at fourteen and pounds aluatlon per acre for son, A. Q. Evans, Kstlll Livans, The acrugo Dan afternoon ernment buildings, leslJcnces of mem a baby boy was born to Sir. and Sirs. S.irni lauds In the .State ocr Is iZHZ Hlnes, Hnnls Johnson, Hat Ian Shown, Sloto Price. Tho child Is one of the Onjy in Jeffeison, Uourbon and Wood- - Albert Sloslev, Ernest SIoIey, Ira Mo- - bers of the cabinet nnd several shops, Ono of the women's lenders fheil a Urgest ever born In Paduuvh. The counties are farm lands alued at ley, lloscoe Park, Ed. Lewis, lord Zack office nft'i joungster Is healthy and sturdy. King, W. U. Wallace, S. A. Lee, G. W. revolver into tho Colonic! fiom $73 to 3100 per acre. No the windows had been smished. Tins-lecounty alono are farm Brown, Slaj north Bnrnntd, Elmer In l'ajetto ono was sttuck houevei. Three wu-- l PINCHECO. Kern Alvey and Walter Campbell. lands allied ut from $150 to fl-- 3 ai men in a talcab then drovo to the Itev. G. AV. Gordon has sold his faun acre. residence of an and will move to Pi cutis in tho iu.tr Premier Aaulth The total ' aIue of farm property Money Parable. bombarded stones, It with v bricks future. Sirs. Got don who ha--s loensMt buildings, im lands, hich Includes Dear Sir: Here Is a little parable and pieces of lion. Another mob for elfcht months Is still very feelnlo. plements and machinery n.nd s.iuaie and tin Sir. John W. Allen has the contr.vt and moved along Picnilllly that nny Intel est jour readers animals, poultry stock domestic and Strand attacking shops nnd sirashliu for carrjlng the mall bctwcx.n Heaver liecfc is $77J,?JS,0X. an of teach its lesion: Increase during II. Is 3ao2,7rj,000, or. (I3 pa- - cent, since A dollar and a penny once happened windows. Thousands of dollars worth Dim and Slorgnntown, to be together in the same pocket, unl of damage was done before the pol' e month. MCd. Itev. G. W. Gordon has married three Land alono lias increased In alne tho dollar began to put an ahs. I am icstored otder. X1 per cent, lh.it of Implements and a big gun said the dollar, anil jou are bity women were arrested, nmong collides nt his residence. The first was The women Sir. 1'red Porter and SIlss Audra Tav and them Sirs. Pankhtirst. inaclilnery S(J 2 per cent, and that of lit o nobody. I urn white and bright jou are only a dull mud coloicd little denied that a levolver hnd been fired. lor; the second was n Sir Wilson to fctock 53.3 per cent. iU Among the offices attacked were those SIlss Deo Johnson; the third was Sir. The aerai;e Aalue of fi farm including Indian. I am tellglous, for I nm Casebler to SIlss Sljitle Coopei, on the "In God We Trust,'' and of the Canadian Pacific railway. equipment Is J2.SSG, an incre.iso of wajs its 21th Inst. Jj73, or 1SS per cent, over the 1W0 ou ate only a pigan I nm the Sir. J.W.C'os' children gave him u of Liberty, buy lots of fire works ulue. blrthdiy dinner. The rain kept some of on the i'ourth of Julv. I nm heavenlv T ; ; them from The Letter Box. Company H. Inspection. minded, for I havo stars to think about X getting there but four of them got In with a bountiful dinner and The annual United States Inspection and ou don't hao anj thing. 1 am X soino presents with a arlety of fruits. of Qompanj II will bo in.ulo Wednesd ly precious, fot I am nice, blight sliver Thoso present were: O. C. Co, ut Slarch 13th. In pursuance to General and ever) body wants me, but you are Sinallhous, II. T. Crowder and wife, and Orders No. i, each member of tlio com- the base copper and nobody caies a sn-Cromwell, Ky., Slurch 5, 1012. pany Is directed to repot t nt 1 p. m. for )ou. Ira C. Cox, of near Hartford; J. T. Con. and daughter. Sine, of Koslne, and This may all be so, said the poor lit- editors Republican: will be issued the necessary equipand tle penny. You may be more patriotic Permit one of the Old Guard to epress Hurl Smith und wife, of Select. ment. Cupt. Cliailes 11. Morrow, by Cud. Jouctt Henrj, "A UOYAL SLAVi:" at Dr. Bean's Opera Houso crises will than I am and moro lellglous, but I a few thoughts concerning the Look on the First Page. go to church more than jou do and I that now confronts us as a pirtj. Tho bo the Inspecting officer. You will find a jellow slip. It lias Any member absenting himself from am found In tho contribution bo result of the conflict depends on the young men of tho party whether they printed on it jour name, and a date than ou are. this Inspection will bo repotted to the A HEADER. after It. The date shows the time Adjutant Guioul and charges will then stand with Lincoln, lllaJn, Garfield, and llooscvelt, who believed the when jour subscription explreti. If tho prcfeucd against Jilm through the le people are capable of self government date Is prior to Kcbruarj-- , 191., Kentucky Statutes. Kach member must jour or with Sir. Taft, wlio franklj avows subscription to tho paper has expired. Te equipped anil icady to "till In" lv they are not. It is up to jou joung If j'ou find such is tho case, pleaso gh o C.S0 o'clock. The company will drill at i J men what aro jou going to do? Too the matter jour xerj' prompt attention. We are going to assist the mothers, sisters and wives 8 3 p. m. next Siituiday. Any young man Junior Senator from our Stato seems to Either come to TIIH HEPUBLICAN ofdesiring to enlist will report at of our readers in improving their home surroundings by de- - j that hellovo tliat ho Is tho Itepubllcan party fice and pay a year In advance, or If time. Iivering positively FREE six choice EVERBLOOMING ROSE In Kentuckj-- . Apparently ho Is shaping jou are not coming to town soon, send C. 11. SHOWN, 1st Lieut. BUSHES, and we want every one who reads this advertise- - , Cwistant Sufferer From Chrtn- - his course by Judge Taney's decision in us a check. Wo must havo all our subment to take advantage of our offer. The plants we have fc A Royal Slave." case only changing It scriptions paid up promptly in advance the Dread-Sco- tt bushes which will produce &fr Catarrh IMIavtd by JS selected are strong as to read: The common people havo no and If jou aro behind wo know that is one of the "A Jloyn! Slave" great masses of beautiful flowers through the entire growing gj Ptruwi. rights that a politician needs itspect. you simply ov erlooked tho matter. in o.st elaborate and beautifully Mrs. J. R. 4g season. I What road. on the pi eductions a change since tho evening that L Bourland, San Subscribe! j lie was declared to bo elected to the The scenery is the finest that tho Saba, Texas, A man who was too economical These excellent roses consist of the Etoile de France.red; can furnish btudios United States Senate, when ho pledgel to and is painted writes: JJ S photographs made in Mevlco. Xrom himself to represent the wholo people purchase or subscribe for a lapcr sent 42 My Maryland, pink; Kaiserin Augusta Victoria, creamy twenty-t"For In that august body. accessories hree The costumes tuid years What a sorry ills little boj' to borrow tho copy taken M white; Etoile de Lyon, golden yellow; Clothilde Soupert, Aft spectacle lie made of himself before he by Ills neighbor. In his haste the boy wi white and pink tinted; Everblooming Crimson Rambler, are ery ilch and tho powerful and I was a consituation)! dramatic; thrilling V?$g3BlM had ever taken his seat in the senate, ran over a II stand of bees and In 1U mako stant sufferer W brightest crimson. the p'ay u series of beautiful stago from chronic ,?)Smm which ho hurled himself Into and made minutes looked like a warty summer pictures Through It Is a melodrnmi catarrh. Iliad it the most bitter contest over waged squash. Ills father who ran to his asa severe mis? Send us $1.25, within the next ten days and we will ex- - W between two fuvoilto suns from two sistance, and fulling to notloo a burbed of the sensational bolt, there is not a ery and burnj tend your subscription to The Hartford.Republican for on adjoining States, to his own denouncing wire fenco ran Into that, cutting a handbhot fired dm lug the entile plus', and ing In the top year, and the Farmer and Stockrafn one year. For your W in unmeasured terms the man ful of flesh from his anatomy, and ruin It Is possessed of teal Iltcuny and of my head. erj whom lie now tecks to folat on dramatic incilt of a high order. an ing a ii pair of pants. promptness we will send you charges prepaid, the six rose Si was alThere represents most a conunwilling peoplo pioductlon This great and where then ho The old cow took advantage of the gap plants advertised above. Address all orders to more than half a jnu'a work by an tinual drophad failed to carry his point lie came In the fenco and got into the cornAM VVPfTRT to Hartford to speak In behalf of Tad's field and killed herself eating gieencorn. able corps of nt'iilc ait lata nnd uklllcd ping of mucus Into my throat, people unci will glvo out mechanic h, election. In tho course of a long speech IleaiJng a racket, tho wife ran out, upKy. u tlianco to see, not only tho beauti- which caused ho alluded to Sir. Taft Just one time set a churn full of rli h frequent ext equipment, USE THIS COUPON IN ORDERING ROSES but decidedly and that came between two of his cream Into u basket of kittens, drownful scenic po c to ration. characteristic anecdotes so Uo und in- ing the entire litter. In her haste sho the most original play on the tago My entire sysDate a drop)d a fJJ set of fuje teeth. decent thut It would havo umdu Tho of tills history. tem gradually W The Hartford Republican, bar room crowd blush with shame aid baby having boen left ulonc, crmvled It is something to ho able to say became InHartford, Ky. least wo can herald the com- volved, and this in tho presence of a large number through the spilled milk and Into the JJ that at Enclosed find for which extend my sub- $20 carpet. of Ohio county's noblest mothets and parlor, ruining a brand-neing of the new play, full of tiow ideas, my condition Mrs. J. H. ourlmA scrip tion to The Hartford Republican for one year, and the During the excitement the oldest daughSuch grew worse. I daughters. und uturtllng effects. situations Farmer and Stockman one year from the date now shown on of tho forthcoming had an Incessant cough and frequent The most serious question that now ter ran away with the hired man, the Is true, however, mailing tag. For my promptness, send me free of Slave." attacks of bilious colic, from which It confronts Kentucky Itepubllcans Is not dog broke up U setting hens and tho production of "A ltojal your six Everblooming Roses. seemed I could not recover. My bowels u calves got out and evliewed tlio tails offn which is put on in a most artistic also became affected, causing alarming the nomination of Col. Hoosovelt Sli. attacks of hemorrhages. I tried many much as we deslro It, but as the asser- four fine shirts. xay name is manner complete in every detail, Clarence Bennett lias ulways brought remedies, which gave only temporary tion of our right to salt government My address is First to Grow Caw. relief or no relief at all I at last tried without the dictation of Col ilradley us the finest attractions and lie sjr ua this is Ills best. iTho play Peruna, and in three days I was reand Ids office Holders trust. Tho Sugar was first made in Louisiana In , New or old subscriber? lieved of the bowel derangement After battle is yours, young men. You will 1793, though sugar cane had been mSi be seen at Dr. Deans Opera Home using five bottles I was entirely cured. have to fight. Every strategy will be grown in various I parts of the State ttonlght. I most cheerfully recommend the use of used to defeat you. Kentucky has some before the Revolution for the manu Reserved 'seats on tale at Dr. Bean's uy n, 1 stn-lb-ti- drug store. This Is a splendid show and should be patronized l all who enjoy entertainments, and mi be we will be able then to secure moro Rood attractions in Hartford If oj attend : this one. p. r. one-four- 1 ie -- God-dre- ss er I 2 Jj Jj SIX ROSE BUSHES FREE I ff SUFFERED 23 YEARS 1 lt S one-year-o- ld nielo-dramat- ic fj The Roses Described. S tt st-i- :: i -- 2 now to uet the Hoses rmmmk 2 S 4 4 THF HlBTFOBn IP Hartford, four-gallo- n J 2 5 S 2my jj 2 S S S S k Jcsilts ff ' J PeruM to ou tlnuarly JUcttd." tfVVVtVVVVV?VVV9V JSL-