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NOT "GAME" DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 35 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1912. ment In tho Itepubllcan party when, In a recent speech In New Hampshire, he Is quoted ns 'rousing the greatest enthusiasm by declaring that tho Republican party does not licllcvo In an ap- v ;i the surfneo of tho barrier was smooth. In during tlio Fiscal Year, beginning 'Few dangerous fissures wero found. July 1st, nnd ending June 30th. There In the meantime, hunters were busy will bo nmpla funds coming In bctwocn catching seals nnd by tho nrrlval nf now and June which will more than pay winter tho party had plenty of seal all that Is now nnd will bo ,duo. But I peal fiom tlio umpire to tho bleachmeat for their men nnd llo dogs. am informed by tho Auditor and Treas"IT' Tho sun April 22 nnl went down ers.' urer that theso funds will come In grad-uailsimply four months of winter night set In "Sir. Campbell lias stated and until thero Is n sufficient Let- nioro frankly tho view held (as Is eviHut tho expedition had prepared well amount, It will be Impossible to pay statement) Mr. McKinley's dent by for It. Dog houses had been built nnd tho warrants which I drew for thee sal Dixon. To generally among our opponents. Their a veritable ite palaco constructed for nrles In accordance with tlio proviso feeling Is that ImiIUIcs Is a game, that the men. Tliero wero living qunrter, ions of law, February 1st. I shall keep h bnth room, a workshop nnd nn apart tho eoplo should simply . sit on tliu Gives Credit To Predecessor For you advised, and notify you In time 10 Criticises McKinley's Position blcnchers ns spectators, anil that no yorwegian Explorer Reached ment Tor making observations. A i"U notify your teachers when the money appeal flics to the people from tho men caudlo power lamp light furnished may bo expected. Awakining Public To NecOn Primaries Wants Peo- -' Coveted Goal at Time He for tho winter house. who, for their own profit, are playing Tho light heatYouis very truly, ed the quarters and kept them nt CS tho game. It Is astounding that men essity For Action. pie To Decide. BAUKSDALC HAMLETT, Calculated. degrees fnhrenhelt. should ventuic to take such a position; At first the party Superintendent.'' i suffered from lack of ventilation, and It shows that these men and thoie but they speak winwas remedied nnd tlio and whom thy Chicago, March St. Patrick's Day Next Sunday, 11. In nn address London, 9. Standing I". Copies of nl for whom wnlihliiKton, March Match out later this represent ter was spent in prepailng for tliu final before the Swecdlsh American Itepubhnve wandered far, linked In tho picturesquely simply St. Patricks Day will como on Sunday letter mi tho subject of prcfoicMtl.ll jiarntlve by Abraham of Capt. dash. held llcan League of Illinois, President next. That Is tho day to plant early presidential prlnuirlos, written by Col. from the mound ltoald Amundsen's discovery Tho sledges wero torn npart and 'I aft assailed ho declared this to be of the South Pole, .which the doctrines advanced potatoes, hut there will be nono ptantec Thoodoro Koosovolt to Senator Joseph Lincoln when was e lightened, tools, wero constructed nnd by Theodore lloosovclt as "the begin then, unless nature should play a mighty to tho dedicated M. I)lon, director hero today, that part of tho acof tliu lloosovclt a Government calculations of tho common people and to bo count which is out. worked Amundsen nlng und manifestations of a despot good hand In putting Uio ground In r. national licndqunrtrrH hole, were given Interof lmd expected terrific gales. managed Justly and honorably by thso est but, asldo Ism." Even then the work would be stall' nllf tlk.tlllill lif, U. ....... iJI.WIIi til r... to scientists nnd geographers .villhlU4 from heavy snow, which nearly burled welfare In shows tho "Such a government," said Presl ed for It comes on the wrong day of Col. Roosevelt nppnrently Indorses plain people for their own which the dash, lase with lav was made nnd tho locntlon of territory tho Igloo, the weather remained fairly uent Toft in discussing tlio recall of the week. , Senator Dixon's chnllcngu to Director accordance with tho Immutable favorable. Another of righteousness. remarkablo clr Judicial decisions as advocated by Col. McICIuUy, of the and mountains T.ifl hendqii.iilcrx, hitherto unknown. "Our opponents take tho view that While Norway gains high prestige cumstnnco that differed from arctic Uoosovelt In his Columbus District Convention Called. speech for such primaries, mid scores Mr. this contest Is merely a game, that through tho successful quest of one o conditions was that tho water re- "would lack in uniformity At a meeting of the Republican Conof law, reply lio 'Ml!! not favor mained open all winter. Is During to v!n her citizens, the which is essential to Justice, and would gressional Committee held at changes In tliu rule of the gamo whllo the Wbject of the contest she gains In a material prizes for the winter tho thermometer ranged from produce that confusion nnd that way, loo, for contestants', last Saturday a convention and thoso extlio game wns In progress." the Norwelglan thiss floa.t 53 public offlco Is the rcwaid that goes to to 70 degrees below zero, but the ceptions in the application of the law was called to meet at Elizabeth-tow- n Col. "Roosevelt refers to the nominaover hundreds of square miles of newof tho game and that. ly discovered ground within the 'Ant men did not 3Uffcr, nnd when tho sun which are the beginning on tho 9th day of April and manlfes-tlon- s tions of Federal officeholders, which tho winners flnnlly rose on August 21 nnd the long place It Is n allowable thtrcfoie. of a despotism." at 1:S0 o'clock for the purpose President Tuft recently withdrew from arctic circle. winter night lifted, all were In perfect to make cl.angis delegates President Taft drew a sharp dlstluc-elo- n of selecting two to the tho Senate, and Infers that tlio Presi- smartness to refuse There Is still further distinction, for ihyslcnl candltlon and the dogs during were tho progress of between those ho considers "real National Convention and an elector dent's action was taken to provide nn In tlio laws the plateau upon which the very pole at and anxious for work. changes would contest, If theso Progressives" and "Progressive ex- for tho Fourth Congressional Drlstrict. "cxampju" for tlio Itself stands has been named .King iolltlclan of tin tho On 1911, a party September S, deptlic the captains of tlio political Haakon's platr.au. and of tremists." Eight members of the committee were State.' tho newest "Practically tho entire body of pro- world of tho advantage they now hold mountains Known to geoginphcrs have Ight men, with sledgts, ninety dogs The President avowed hmseif to ho present either In person, or by proxy, hnd provisions people. months, left a real Progressive arid pointed to leg and In the absence of Chairman Heav-rlfor four fessional politicians are pitted against over tho plain range. Queen Maud's been designated ho camp. Tho going was perfect and islation enacted during his administra In short, the Issue may be stated as Capt. AiiiuiiiImu's story Is so convincwho is sick and In a hospital In us In this contest," tlio Colonel wrote, up tion ns proof that ho was. Louisville, the Committee was presided ing (hat all doubt In England has tho weather fair, but a storm blew' "and In every Stato and In every con(Continued on Eighth Page.) unexpectedly and tho thermometer foil Paying Ills respects to progressive over by Mr. Marvin Barnes, of Hardin gressional dUtrict they nro led by tlio been swet away, and as ho made no to 7G degrees below zero. The men extremists President Taft admitted county. officeholders who, with the, example mention of finding Indications of an might have been able to stand this In- that these persons aro able to attain, before them of what was done In con- GREAT REVIVAL earlier cxiKilltion at tho pole, It Is now tense cold, but the dogs suffered so for a time at least, a groat nonular nection with tho nominations for local admitted that he Is tho discoverer. It Keenly OHIO COUNTY BOY heart was that offices In North Carolina, nro working SERVICES CLOSE Is also Intimated that the Japaneso touched and lieAmundsen's order to turn support. gave tho The extremists, lie said, wrongfully as wo have larciy seen tliein work In party may be second to tho pole, for back. It was decided to wait further endeavor to give the impression WINS BIG HONOR that American political life. Amundsen said that the Japanese, Into the summer before making an- others equally imbued with the neces Col. UoQkovcU's letter In full was as Lieut. Shlrnse, under had arrived ut People of Hartford Greatly Ben. other start. slty for reform, but whose methods follows: the barrier, near tho Amundsen party's Several of the dogs died from cold do not contemplate tho destruction of David Faul Carries Off Oritorical "My Dear Senator Dixon: wriiter quarters, on January 10, and efitted By Efforts of Wirnvoyage, and three of tho tho present government or the placing on tho return 11. wero rapidly making their way south. huv0rrocclvcd your 1l(Ut of March men una their liecls irost nipped. ' Prize For Fourth DisIn 'Jeopardy of life, liberty and propC stating that In your opinion It Is of berly and Yates! No mention Is nindo at all of Capt After tho real start, forty days later, erty, are reactionary and unsympaMm ltnl importance to tlio success of Scott and tho Iirttlsli party. After a trict. daily thetic with the cause of the people. was ablo to the party make Republican party In tho Journey over Novcinb'T the Ice fields nnd snow progress. The revival services, which have been Part of tho trail followed man who tells "Tho the people of elections that tho national Republican hummoks and roundabout excursions In progress at tho Court was In House, that originally taken by Sir danger that may ariso from hasty acHardlnsburg, Ky., March It. David to avoid yawning crevices, Amundsen coin en t Ion shall nominate tlio candl-dat- u charge de- tion," Amnudscn of the Methodist Church, for and his party of four men nnd eight Ernest Shackelton. said the president, "pays 11 Faul of tho Fordsvillo high school, was I whom the muss of tho Itepubllcan onward, which Is higher tribute to them scribed tho Journey tho past two weeks.closed Tuesday night than ono wlv awarded the' first prize at the first an- oters wish nominated and tliat, thereeen dogs stood at the pole at 3 o'clock a repetition Tho work lias been conducted. In tho of dally dashes of from constantly fawns upon them as If thy should be given on tho afternoon of December 11, 1911. fore, this sentiment nual contest of tho Fourth Congres- plains were Incapable of error." fifteen to twenty miles over of expression through presidential prefer- main, by Itev. C. F. Wlinberly, held reckoning of association, So perfect luxd been tho Oritorical slonal Madlsonvlllc, and he has delivered as and glaciers without incident or adIn citing what ho believed to be pro liere Saturday. His subject ywas ential primaries In tlio several States tho explorer that, while ho was miles None venture. of the mien was in- gressive In his administration. Presisermons fine series of has away, as In order 'that the wishes of tlio voters ho had calculated that ho would "War" Other contestants were Irwin good jured and none suffered from exposure dent Taft discussed railroad leglsal-tto- n been tho fortune of Hartmay bo ascertained before, Instead of goal Taylor, representing the Breckenrldge bo on tho on December 11. It Scaling tho or Illness. many barrier, with peoplo ford to hear In during the lost three county high school, whose subject was enacted 'after tho nomination. days to negotiate took Just forty-flv- o years. Is Its altitude of 15,000 feet, the expedi- years, his policy in tho prosecution of Ho able, scholarly, and "I also liavo seen your correspondthe distance from tho winter quarters the "Hero of Pompeii!" and Hayden ' tion ran Into a gale at tho very gates trusts, his advocacy of Federal Incorvery eloquent. His sermons high Mr. McKlnley. You proposed nt times ence with Igleheart, of the Ellzabethtown to tho pole, the distance being about ilof the polo. It was at this time that poration, safety appliance, empolyers" school, wlio spoke on "Character As 700 miles. ns fur as possible tho nro always Interspersed with timely to him that thirty four dogs were killed. arguments liability and workmen's compensation Affected by Reading." .candidate lustrations, and oftlmes his selection of tho Republican The Judges of tho final With a single exception On November 30 'the party struck legislation, sarcasm, dash tho nro driven homo with biting policy were J. A. Sprague his conservation should bo deterof West Point; O. for tho presidency weather was favoiable, the glacier, a mountainous wall of and the establishment postal sav- E. Balrd of Whltesvllle, and Mrs. W. of by Uio otors of the party In and at others ho touches all hearts with thermometer ranging from 3 to 9 de Devil's mined Ice, that seemed to loom to tho skies. ings banks. preferential presidential primaries. Mr. tho most tender portrayal of christian grees below zero. In fact, says J. Plggott, of Irvington. Traveling was very difficult, but on President Taft, in his speech, gave a The occasion was highly enjoyed Ly McKinley's answer Is contained prac- character. At various times during tha Amundsen, It wus more like a pleas 8 tho bud weather end progresnew definition of a "political tically In ono sentence In the letter meeting, Ilevs. Mcll and Hartford ren- ure trip tlian a voyago of exploration. December and Prpf. H.. Y. a large audience, during and tho party entered a plateau. On sive." dered valuable assistance and He eliminated from considera- Moxley, wlio organized the association, sent you: 'I do not favor changes In which was After a delay at the start, point tion as real progressives tho samo day they passed tho D. Dennett nnd thoso who expressedhimself as highly gratified tho rules of tlio gamo whllo tho gamo tho entire time Hev. It. caused by a hurricane, the party finalthe pastor, Rev. Joiner, wero active as ly got away from the winter quarters farthest south reached by Sir Ernest look to socialism for relief from pres- with the result. It Is probable Is In progress.' that Shackelton, and were within ICO miles ent day evils In 'government, decalred fcong service, was In charge in 1911. Simultaneously on October 20, "Tlio point of view expressed In that sistants. Tho next years contest will be held of the goal. as "distinguished predecessor" Ellzabethtown. that his sentence contains the Issue within tho of Jlev. Wm. Yates, of Marlon, another party of flvo men left for a On December It when latitudo S9 deserved most of the credit for awakllepuollcan party at this time. Wo who slsted by a splendid choir of homo tal- southern tour of exploration and sciendegrees and 55 minutes had been ening the public to tlio need for action ent, he captivated his nudlenco with his for stand for tho progressive cause, tific experimenting. Conference Postponed. reached Amundsen know that he had and argued that "progressive Is us genuine de- rich, powerful voice, besldos rendering wero 9. AS In the party led by Amundsen the cnuso of honest and Henderson, Kentucky, March South Pole. For three progressive does." Bpcclal assistance by exhortations the and pointing to some of govmocracy, genuine representativedogs. Later, arrived at four men and fifty-tw- o agreement reached by party explored the adjacent the achievements of Ills administration the result of an days the contest earnest prayeis. ernment, hold that a public however, It became necessary to kill operators and United Mine CO con territory for an area of flvo miles. The as proof that It has qualified under the mine thirty-fou- r parties or within parties Is The services resulted In about between of. tho faithful animals. It Workers of District 23, the wage con' the that definition. adsun was bright, tlio skies clear and IS Is Interesting to compure not carried on as a game, Is not car- versions, nnd reclamations, iwlth tho hard-shfference was .postponed until some date to tho church, so far. Members weather windless. After the Nor"progressives," said tho "The term which Perry und his men enried on for tlio purpose of winning ditions subsequent to the adjournment of the Deon welglan Hug had been planted, "Includes all of those who President, or with a of all tho other denominations In Hart dured with the ease with which Amundprizes for tho contestants convention, the meeting Xo be called cember 17, the party left their camp, have been moved to efforts to reform personal wishes' or wel ford took part In the .services and helpe sen and his party traveled. vlow to tho Presiby the Joint Scale Committee. named Polheim, and by Uie necessity and for legislative that to make It a teal revival for the town. Perry had to cross broken Ice ridges which had been fare of any ono man. We hold dent Roll charged that the operators The Journey, like the governmental north. will bo felt for a long time and encounter storm action to 'deprive corafter storm. The started, it sliould be carried on for tlio pur- Its affect did not want to make any proposition dash south, was without adventure. tn tho lasting good accomplished. Itovi. weather porate capital and undue vested privpose of ascertaining and putting Into at tho North' Polo Is also until they .knew "what our ammunition Wlmbcrly and Yates, will ajways have power ilege of its political and to operators much colder than that nt the South effect tho will of tho peoplo so that Tennessee Republicans Renom bring about proper poplar and gov- Is." The reason that the warm place In the hearts of the poo. sa of Pole, Judging from a comparison gave for waiting was that tliera wero tho peoplo may Jointly do for carplo of Hartford, and Indeed, they ernmental control and regulation of some local troubles inate Hooper. the two narratives. what no man can do so well to be settled, and ried away with them the respect not the use, of capital in legitimate Tenn., March In the beginning of tho dash tho Nashville, for them. that Uie operators at these points were only of the church peoplo but of those Norwelglan and for legitimate purposes. "We hold that tho laws that govern started to hlko his way out a dissenting vote the Itepubllcan not in a humor to treat with the organiza- who are not christians, as well. By convention this afternoon 10, 1911. southward on February elections and govern party miners. Teachers Will Have to Wait. April 11 three depots wero cached, Hooper for governor and named 11. N. tions should not bo treated as rules which aro fit subjects for tricky ma- Easter Comes on the 7th Of April. provisions had been established re Cate, of Newport, Judge of tho civil Supt. Leach has received the follow- Attention to Republican Executive y speetlvely nipulation by contestants for a prize-W- o Easter comes on tlio 7th of at SO, SI and 82 degrees court of appeals, and left tho supreme ing letter from tho State Supt. which Committeemen. a little more that three weeks ahead. latitude. Tho Ice plain upon which Judgeship and railroad commissioner to explains Itself: hold that as far as possible these The Ohio County Republican Execu Frankfort, Ky., March 12. 1912. If there Is no good weather hefpro that these depots were built wiere so un the state committee with power to act aslaws should be treated as rules to tive committee is caueu 10 meet at me certain the will of thoso whom the tlmo there will certainly be some after marked that flags liad to bo planted to In hope of a coalition with tlio Inde- My Dear Superintendent: regret very much that the last In- court house In Hartford on Saturday the proverbial Eastef storms sluUl liavo designate the stations. pendent Democrats. The convention enI public officials and party officials are toy p. m., passed away. So possess your soul In stallment of money for teachers' salar- March 23. 1913 at 2 o'clock Describing supposed to represent. In sum, tho dash over the bar- dorsed. Taf t for CoumV patience, for another few weeks'. necessity bo delayed until ratify the calls of the State, ies will of fore, we hold that tho object of this rier on this trip Amundsen again lays Sit-- funds come Into the Treasury. I have and District meetings to elect delegates j conditions Tift to Coifer on Mexican contest Is not to procure rewards for tress upon the favorable endeavors, and shall to State and National Conventions, and E. Notice. A. S. used my. unmost atloi. Individuals, but to obtain the more efand the ease with which the party (Toft continue to do so, to see that the teach- to attend to aiiy other business that government of the people, by The Hartford Magisterial District A. got through. Washington, March tho On the return from fective Secretary ers are 'paid promptly. I believe that might come before the committee. All Rickets first trip Amundsen describes his Joy will confer tomorrow with 8. of B. will meet with tho the peoplo and for the people. If opponents, on the contrary, Local at lllckets Schoolhouse, Saturday at learning that the Fram had been Stlinson, Texas congressman and sena the State Treasurer Is doing the same Republicans are invited to attend "Our ( me the Au- they so desire. Ho tiling, but I have before take Mr, McKinley's view that we are March SO, 1912, at 10 o'clock a. nt. to able to work her way farther south, it. tors about the Mexican situation. R. B. MARTIN. Ch'm'n. lect officers for the year, and to trans- talntng the engaged In a gamo In which the Insouthernmost point ever may mako a statement of the govern ditor's Report of tlio condition of the J. NEY FOSTER, Sec'y. In 29th, terests of the people, It Is true, are at act any other business that may come reached by any vessel. That gave her ment's attitude on the neutrality law. 8tate Treasury on February stake, but In which the (people them-sele- s before the body. We would like to see the double lienor of being the "farthest The state department reports Indicate which there Is to the credit of tho Eggt for Salt. are not to liave their voice. Mr. every local represented, especially those south" ship as well as having reached tho American attitude Is generally un School Fund only tlW.OOO.OO with which per setting. Improved B. P. Rock, a derstood. to pay the amount due, 1553.000.00. The destitute position was stated with lately organized. Alarm Is felt for McKinley's farthest north. The lowest tempera-turMRS. JOHN W. 8ANDERFUR, O. P. JONES. Ch'ro'n. cynicism by Congressman Camp-ibe- ll on this first Journey was 45 de- Americans In the Western part of Mex per capita and the appointment to the frank Hartford, Ky. counties are based on revenues coming R. F. D. No. 3, O. R. TINSLEY, Secretary. and ico. , gree below zero, but It wa on behalf .of the .reactionary ele JOY RIDE TAKEN TAFTS IDEA OF H)U SPOILS TO SOUTH POLE PROGRESSIVE y, Declares Roosevelt In , Amundsen ter Senator Encountered Few Hardships. President .Assails Recall and Other Doctrines. pub-dish- wd-f.ir- or-de- w- 1 tht Ellza-bethto- n, ' them-selve- 12,-- avo-nu- es Aprll-7011-l- " tf clear ,!.. . .( I miM .l THE COUNTRY NEWSPAPER ' Speech of Champ Clark In Congress. Tei Persons Read Country Weekly Where One Reads Metrop- ly, by tlio withdrawal of the Junior partner,' Is one of the wittiest, most caustic, nnd most pathetic epistles In America PENSION BILL IS AN INSULT To pay to achievements thnt resombl', but do not equal, our own. A kind of COMMERCE transaction wo In which A plundots B from tlio kooiIh of C, nnd for eompi usatlon It picks the pocket of D of money belonging to E. CONHi:itVATIVE-- A .statesman who Is enamored of existing evils, ns .lis BOUGHT 232 PAIRS OF SHOES Hotel, nenr fiMIt St. entrance, or Mils. II. C. TtmNKIl. bWI 3rd Ave., Iuls. Vllh literature. "Horace's wrathful statement, part of which I quote, would easily fit many stating another lurnl editor. After thnt In 1S37 Weed nnd oilier friends of campaign Howard nsked lilm to run weekly paper, ho continues: They asked mo to fix my palary for I named l.m, which they tho jenr. agreed to; nnd 1 did tho work required to the best of my ability. It was work that mido no figure "5ce how closely it fits the country editor "it was work that made no figure nnd created no sensation, but 1 Jovetl It I "As tho country editor loves did It well. Whin It was done, you (Mr. Soward) wore governor, dispensing off I ccs worth $3,i oj to 3i0,w per jear to your friends and compatriots, and I returned to my garret and my etust and my desperate battle with pccurnlary obll gatlons. "I commend that entire letter to politicians and to editors. It makes what Horace Greelv himself would have called 'mighty Interesting leading,' In tho light of Uicelj's rovengo by aiding to nt defeat Seward for the Presidency Chicago sK jears later. The Junior part nor, evened up the score on that occasion nnd no mistake. I refuse utterly to In robbing become partlceps criminals tho country editor ot any privilege he now onjovs. I would lather confer new ones upon lilm, thereby multlplving hts power nnd augmenting his emoluments. Ho is as faithful to the people as the needle to tho pole." nd the Veterans Soldier. Declares Woman Took Advantage of Bar- - Confederate Lexington, Ky., 11. March 0. J, Kellre, one of the best known Co'i federates In Centinl Kentucky, lodvy comes out In the Lclngton Lender In n card In which ho calls on Confel-erat- o vetcruns to rofuo to nccept pensions ns pi o hied by law recentl) passed. Mr. Keller declares the act In an Insult to every veteran, to their wives nnd their families: Tlio cord savs: nnd "It is tho vilest and meanest most damnable act ever passed by a legislative bodj, n and that every should tench his children. Ills grand and great grandchildren never to go to war for n state that lias shown herself to be such an lngrate." vat-orn- olitan Daily. The following l an extract from the of tlio Houio of lloprpsonta-tlvc- a on March 2, 18. The Uouo wits considering tlio Loud hill, which proposed to Increase tlio postal rates on a country newsptpcrs ntul to adopt number of restrictions on tlielr through tlio mills. CluvinpCl.uk n defeated the Mil l Ills speech, u of width follows: "Newspapers are great disseminators n others In their errors. of Information. Tlio mammoth DlSTANCE-T- he papers with their vast circulaonly thing thatth' You Judge a man not by what ho prom rich nro willing for the poor to call tion aro splendid educators, hut after Iscs to do, but by what ho has done. all ten persons read tlio llttlo country That Is the only true test. Chamber- theirs; and keep. DRAGOON-- A weekly wlioro one reads a metropolitan soldier who combines lain's Cough Hemcdy Judged by this d ish nnd steadiness In o equal measI i per. no superior. People everystandard has "Having onoo been a country editor where speak of It In the highest terms ure that he makes his advances on foot and his retreats on horseback. myself, I entertain n most kindly feeof praise. For sale by all dealers, m ling for my old confredes. I nm will DRAMATIST One who udaps plajs Children aro much more likely to coning to make nfflilalt that the cleien contagious diseases w hen they from the Trench. tract the EDUCATION" --That which discloses to months I sjieiit editing a rural Journil liave colds. Whooping cough, dlptherli, were tho most heneflelal of my life to tho wise nnd illsgulses from the foolish scarlet fever and consumption aro disstanding. myself, perhaps to others. 1 am proud eases that aro often contracted wh.n their lack of uudei ERUDITION Dut to have belonged to tlio editorial guide. shaken out ot n tho child has a cold. That is why nil emptv skull. Garden Suggestions. I nm unalterably opposed to an thing medical authorities say bewaro of colds, book Into an that 111 Injure tlio countiy e.lltor.cui-ta- ll Tomatoes do not lenulre a very fer- ror the quick cure of colds jou find not HOSPITALITY The virtue which Inus to feed and lodge certain perhis profits, cliiutnscrllio Ills uo- - tile soil. A rich soil will nnko laro lng better than Chamberlain's Couh duces sons who are not In need of food and ulncss, or place an additional thorn In vines but so much fruit. Remedy. It can alwas be depended uptils pathway. j Tho way to grow very early tomatoes on and Is pleajant and safe to take. Tor lodging. HOUSELEbS Having paid all taxes "The rural editor God bless lilm! Is to start the plants In the house or sale by an dealers. m Is the most peislatent on household goods. of teachers. hotbed ahead of season, harden off In XJko charity as described by &t. Paul cold frame and IGNORAMUS A person unacquainted set out plants as soon from Devil's with certain kinds ot knowledge In the thirteenth uhaptci of the FIrt as the soil Is vvirm enough. 1 lie vinos 'Queer Definitions ia long miliar to ourself, mid having certain nnd must bo tied up to stakes for full ll?!it Corinthians, lie 'suffereth Dictionary. ou know nothing kind,' which cannot bo said of tlio and air, and surplus shoots Kinds that other rekept The Xea'o Publishing Company has about. 11a men that sot up this bill. moved. Just brought out "The Collected Works ILLUSTRIOUS-Sultibplaced for the ly not,' In which he docs not resemCabbage soil can not well be made ble some people over on this sldo of too rich. Very early cabbage Is secur ot Ambrose Ubice" In ten handsome vol- shifts of tlio malice, envv and detracumes. From one of tho volumes, cajl-- d him- ed by starting tion. Ho 'aunteth not the House. the plants ahead of tho 1MPOSTER A ilval aspirant to pubself,' In which he Is differentiated from season and setting them In the open ' Tlio Dev U's Dictionary,,'" w o take the Lot us hope that lic honors. the leaders on tlio other sldo of the as soom as frost Is past. Eaily matur following samples. so Kail as these big aJj-lHe Is not puffed up, In which lng seed should be used, and the plants things are not quite IMPUNITY Wealth. definitions would make ithem out to be: OCCIDENT The part of the world lv lie rises high above a good many of us. given frequtnt cultivation with liquid lie does not behave himself unseemlngly manuring as soon as heads begin to ABDICATION An act whereby n lng west (or enst) of tho Orient. It Is sovereign attests his senso of tho high largely Inhabited bj Christian, a secketh not his own, Is not easily foim. whose subtrlbo of tho Hvpocrltes. Peas may bo planted as oon as frost tempeiature of the throne. "He Is the pack horo ot every com- Is out ot the ground, but beans should Poor Isabella's dead, whose abdication principal Industries aio murder and munity, the pioinotcr ot every laudable not be planted until the soil has become Set all tongues wagging In the bpanlsh cheating, which they aie pleased tocnll nation. nlao enUiTrise, the w.oist underpaid labor- warm and the weather settled. 'Ken "war' und "commerce." These, er In tb,o vlnejard. Counting his space tucky wonder pole bean Is a prolific and Tor that perfoimance 'twere unfair to are the principal Industries ot the Mrs. Cook Tells Truth. scold her: Orient. as his capital, ho gh.es more charity. satisfactory snap vatletj. It has a Ion.? ONCE-Enou- gh. means considered, than any other season of bearing, and the beans are al- She wisely left athrone too hot to hold Ills Dexter, Ky. In a sliriW steitenwnt OPTIMlbM-T- ho In ways high member of society. Ho Is a power her. doctrine or belief Mrs. Cool; tells tho truth about how and clean. riddle-Mer- ely politics, a plllnr of the church, a leadthat everj tiling is beautiful, Including Cardul brought back her health anil Rotate tota'oes In the garden to avoid To History she'll bo no lojal er in the crus ido for better morals. He scab and other diseases. It Is also well a p'ai.i parched pea that jum,vd what Is ugij ; everything good, cspeciallx strength. She sa.vs, "I could not Is preeminently tlio friend of humanity. tho griddle. the bad; and everj thing right that Is get any relief, uutil I tried Caixlul, to rotate all garden crops overy jear "Line upon line, paiagraph upon par- to lessen the dangers of Insects and ABILITY Tho natural equipment to wrong. It Is held with greatest tenacity tlio Woman's tonic. I suffered more or agraph, day by duj, ho Is embalming diseases. accomplish son.o small rart of tho me in-- by those most nccustomed to the Vciss for 10 years, and was so weak nun ambitions distinguishing able in iold t j po tlio facts from w hlch the Dewberry ot falling Into adverslt), and is and nervous I could hardly do my !nes require staking and expounder Herodotus, the Tacitus, tlio Slsmondl.or wire supports for holding up the vines. fiom dead ones. In the last analvsts most acceptably with the house work. Now I am In better consist grin that upes a smile. Being a blind health, than even before, am regular the Macaulay of the futuie will write This good fruit matures ubout two weeks ability Is commonly found to mainly In a high degree of solemnltv. faith, It Is Inaccessible to tho light of di- as clock iwork, do not suffer at all, the history of our times. (Applause.) Ho ahead of blackberries. joyously announces our advent Into this Horseradish Is one of the hardest and Perhaps however, this Impressive quality sproofan Intellectual disorder jleldlng and gain strength every day." Thousworld, brieflj u cords our uprisings and easiest to grow of all garden vegetables is rightly appraised; It Is no casv ttxtn to no treatment but deatg. It Is heredi- ands of women have been heljwd back our nnd soi row fully chron Prepare tho soil deep for the row, tary, but fortunately not contagious . too health, by Cardul. Try It A-- 3 set to bo solemn. ABOP.IGINKS-Perso- ns ot fiom the valo of tears. Ides our little OTIIERWISE-- No better. tho oung plants In It, and with slight ".As a cieator of beauty, he OUTDO To make an enemy. double cultivation they will grow and multiply worth found cumbering the soil ot a Relics of Lincoln's Home. newly discovered countrj. They discounts Mine. Ajer, who undertakes for j ears. soon Til-- 1 Mavsville, Ky., Match 6 Joe Many sufferers from rheumatism have to lncrcaso feminine pulchrltudo only In It will do the gaiden roil good to plo.v cease to cumber; they fertilize. lett, of this city, were recently returnsurprised and delighted with tho particular instanceH, but tlio uiuntry It over two or throe elmesbefore plantABSENT Peculiarly exposed to tho been after a lesldenco of prompt relief afforded by applv lng Cham ed to this Stato editor, In tlio exercise of plenary powing time. Plow deep. The more tho tootli of detraction; vilified; hopelessiy twenty-tw- o cars in tho West, has of women soil is stirred and mixed tho better its In the wrong; superseded In the const - berlaln's Liniment. Not one caso er. Impartially beautifies all rheumatism in ten requires any inter- some relics of President Abraham whose names nppear In Ids columns. mechanical condition, w hlch affords larg eratlon and affection of another. Lincoln that are valuable. Mr. Tlllett (Laughter und Applause ) By a touch er and easier feeding area for loots. with nal treatment whatever. This liniment ACCOMPLICE One associated say ho la related to president Linm Is for sale by all dealers. magician's wand he converts pasta having of his guilty another In a crime, Globe Democrat. coln, and that ho has in his possessknowledge and complicity, as an attorInto diamonds sparkling on beauty's walnut When ion tlio old ATTENTJON STOCKMEN': ney who defends necks, and with a skill of vvlUch ancient a criminal, knowing What we Never Forget. you gat ijidy to havj thoao luonsj stnnd, upon which was placed a .lightand ambitious alchemists only dreamel, According to science, are the things lilm guilty. bills or auiwunosiMite prfuktl call ed candle tho night little Abo was Acand with politeness which Chesterfield associated with our early home confess. ACKNOWLEDGE To life, n demiborn. He also has a might havo envied, ho transmutes bi ass such as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, that knowledgement one another's faults on Tho Hanttoixl RepubKcaa for lowof est prievs and toast work. We haive john that belonged to tho mart) rod trinkets Into Jewelry of purest goid.whon motlier or grandmother used to cure is tho highest duty Imposed by our lovo all kinds oX engravings to Wustuu'io President's father, from which tho they appear as ornaments of tlio family our burns, bolls, scalds, sores, skin erup- of truth. willow covering has been woin away, , of his subscrlbeis. who cuts, sprains or bruises. tions, has the bill with. Torty ADHEP.ENT-- A follower Springfield and an Is tlio greatest and most ingen- years of cures prove Its merit. expects to "He d not et obtained all that ho to ono ot Prod-derlflo that belonged Just Keep On. ious of maiiuf.tt lurcis, for whllo other for piles, corns or co'd sores. On- get. , Lincoln's body guards. keep on a llvln' snanufacturers pioduco only pei.slstuble ly 23 cents at all druggists. AGE That period of life in which no Just m Mr. Tlllett sas ho lias had many An keep on a glvln', stuff, ho mumifuLtuics immortal statecompound for tho vices that wo still cheropportunities to sell these relics at And keep on a trjln' to smile; ments out of raw, something very raw, ish by reviling those that we havo no Man's Four Ages. good prices, o far but has never Just keep on a slngln', materials. (I uughtcr.) longer the entc: prise to commit. In this laudaMan born ot woman is llttlo porslm como to tho condition whero he want-d- o A trustln' an' a cllngln' ble Industiy no DJngley bill can protect mons and generally ALLIANCE-- In international polltl'-- s green. His llfo to dlsposo ot them. To tho promise ot an attcrwhUe, lilm, and ho must work In might be divided Into four parts. As the union of two thieves who have their For the sun comes up juanufas-turtr- s competition with the pauper he staits his stomach Is full of pains, hand so deeply Inserted In each other's goes down, Look on the First Page. ot Huiopc. that they cannot separately An tho sun blackberty paregoric pockets balsam and An' tho morning follows night. You will find a xellovv slip. It has , "He l- sand ho winds up tho first period bv plunder a third. There's a place to rest printed on it our name, and a dato To our viilues very kind. deovermastering stealing green apples and fishing on AMBITION An And to our faults a llttlo blind. after It. The dato shows tho tlmo by enemies while Like a mother's breast, sire to be vilified Sunclavs. An' a time when things coma right. when your subscription expiies. If the "We nro all more or less, generally living and made ildlculous by friends term commencing at Tho second more, his handlwoilc; and Jt does not 15, rapidly dato Is prior to Pebruaty, 191 j, when dead. jour Just keep on bollovln" iusses Into tho smurt Alec subscription to the paper has expired. become tlio eieatuie to Injuio the busi- fever standing ANOINT To grease a king or other An a hiding all our grlevin' and learns to wear ness of his creator. Without his ingen- coliais, If you find such Is tho case, pleasu gtvo smolco cigarettes, culls his great functionary already sufficiently An' keep on a trjln' to cheer. ious, gcneious and enthusiastic labors father old man, and go with tho girls. tho matter jour vfry prompt attention. slippery. Just keep on a prayln' most ot us would never havo hoenhcio; At SI ho has bankrupted his father APOLOGIZE-- To Hither como to THU KEPUBLICAN oflay tho foundation A lovln' and a sa.vln' fice und pay a ear In advaucn, or If and when ho tlics of us, wo will retire and blown In eveiy cent ot his own, for a future offence. Tho things thut we love to har. to private life, amid iiual scenes' pio-pi- ho finds a worn in who Is fool enough ou aro not coming to town soon, send with For tlio tide comes in AP1UL POOL Tho March fool us a check. Wo must havo all our oils for meditation and silent piayer, to many him, and she takes In wash- another month added to his folly. An' tho tide goes out, Woiklng night and day ing until slio Is called away, (Uiufjiter.) paid up promptly In advanco that renders BAIT A preparation An' the dark will all turn bright; during the cnmpalgn, often without moil Tho last peilod, ho lives around tho hook mora palatable. Tho bost Mill There's a rest fiam tho load and It )ou nro behind wo know that cy and without pijec, when tho flec- with his children, tells the big things Is beauty. you simply overlooked tho matter. An' an end to tho road, tion Is over, tlio victory won and tho ho did when a boy, and finally goes BEntlEND To make an lngrate. place whore things conio right. An' a loaves and fishes, now vulgutly ealled under, making a momentary BEGGAR Ono who relies on the assistStory f a Want ad. Kentucky Odd Fellow. bubblo pie,' aro to bo distributed, by some on tho sea of humanity, then Is ance ot his friends, On tho morning September of 6, titrance lapse of tho human memory, no BORE A person who talk's when jou Yellow Jacket. For ouly ?2..05 you can eit Who 1S93, tho following advertisement ap Is generally forgotten. wish hint to listen. peared In the "Lost and Found' pan which oyjwans in this col "Horace Greely was certainly one of Cliambei Iain's Cough Itemed)- - has won BKUTE-S- eo husband. Republican,, This Farunor & umn of the Chicago Tribune: ttho best editors tho world over saw. by its remarkable cures of coughs.cohls CAT A soft, indestructible automaton Stockman. iTttw Peqp.ua Mootlhlly. ono LOST Sept. 7, In Ladles' Toilet. Ma EUs letter to William H. .Seward In ISM, by its romutlcabU) cures ot coughs.codls provided by nature to bo kicked when year each aacl a full olae 16x20 bray-crino cafo, World's Fair, three ring; announcing 'Alio dissolution of tho po- and croup. It can bo depended upon. Tr things go wrong in the domestic circle. eularigauwat, out tyta Oou- - 1 100 reward will be paid to party refirm of Seward, Weed and. Grey It. Sold by all dealers. litical m COMMENDATION-T- he tribute tint per. Ittt. turning same to manager Wunkeua ,t procdings trans-Missi- por-tlo- tlugulshed from the Liberal, who wishes to replace thein with others. CONSULT To seek another's approval of a courso alrcudy dtclded on. COUONATION-T- ho ceremony of Investing n sovereign with the outward and visible signs of his dlv Ino right to be blown sky high with a dnamltc bomb. CRITIC A person who boasts himself hard to please becauso nobody tries to please lilin. CYNIC A Blackguard whose faulty vllon sees things as tiny nro, not im they ought to l Hence the custom among the Sc thlnns of plucking out a cjnlc's ejes to Impiovo his vision. discriminate-t- o note the particu- lira In whcli one person or thing is If possible, more objectionable than another. DISCUS.SION A method of confli'ii-In- g pain Sale and Is Shod For Life. (Cedar Rapids, Iown, Khoe llotnlter) pairs Two hundred nnd thlrti-twwoniiu customer of shoos sold to one That Is what and overy pair fitted. happened last week. Frank '. llnrvcj, was manngcr of a shoo department, having a sale of shoes tit Jl a pair Tho lot consisted ot about 1,'W palm a genenl being of women's shoes, clean-u- p ends nnd unof odds and desirable At the same time st) lis. spu'lil silo of Mr. Hnrvey hud a d fancy satin sample shos and sllppeis. w is The first woman customer waiting for the doors of tho storo to open on the morning of the Nile, h" llnrvey she wlslud ' told Malinger sie the satin shoes that were advertised. Mr. Harvey showed her to a Iglit seat und then pulled (low u the pairs of the $13 fancy s1um. nsked vou "Which do ndmlre?" Manager lliirvej. "I ndmlre them all. tiy this one on" she said. Hurvev did "Pretty snug," he slid. "Not a bit I tlko them that way. I'll take that one, too," nnd the finished that sale of the fmiile." Now," said Mr. Harvey whn he tr!ng on the last pair had finished of fnncles, "we me having a snlo of leather shois nt l a ivilr wouldn't jou like to seo some of them" t woman. "Not now,' sild tlio "I may be In later." buie eiioimh, ubout It) woman o'clock tho teturned for the dollar shoes. She tried on sho for three houis, nnd when h id she m!rs finished thnt day she had 32 picked out to be sent to her Itome. da) tho woman The next relumed and sat for several hours trjlng on tho dollar shoes. Eaih tiny the In sime pcrfoimnnie was lopcvited. woman ha the eight sittings the bought iZi iialrs of the dollar sios Tlio sizes woie from S to n In all leathers, anil In shape man) imagine what a und stjles. One cnu the woman must collection of shoes have to pick out 222 pairs fiom odd Now can nnv one answer and ends. what tho womnn Is going to do with the shots? Hie Is a prominent vvomin of Cedar llaplds. o light-colore- metro-pollta- 'en-xle- th pro-loke- pow--eif- After a lapse of nineteen .venrs this llttlo "want nil" has proved the mentis of restoring to Mrs. Turner her lost Jewelr, The stor makes a Xery pretty rum nice. alio lost Mrs. Turin r at tho tlmo at tho fire it her gems was a visitor World's l'nlr which was then In Mis. 11. In Chicago. Marks, of Sm I'rnnclsio, nlso n visitor nt tho Slio big exposition, found them. for the owner but receded Mrs. Turner no response. returned to seo Mrs to Louisville nnd fulled She hnd Jong Marks advertisements. ahindiinetl nil expectation of ever recovering hi rings iignlii, nor Is it In thnt sho would hnvo the lenst llktlv ihuio so hnd not mi Illinois man tunned Md'addm decided to go west mule the trip In his Mcl'iiddon fnim wtigon, over tho top of which In hail stretched a tiirpiulln, converting Tho floor It Into a priii lo schoonci. ot the wtigou vias In bad condition, si over It to Mcl'iiddon laid newspaper keep out tlrniights. He Jotirnovrd from place to plate searching for n iloml- die, and finally after a very wearing tllp unfiled Snn l'lanclsco. His teiiiu condl-tlob thnt tlmo was In mlseinble Into the hundn of the mid fell nnd wagon Horses were authorities turned tit i to It. L. Mntks, a llver-mafor tare and attention. While the wagon was being cleaned out Murks noted hv chance that tn of the new simpers taken from It was picking a Chlinso Tribune, nnd upon It up he ilKtuercd that the ilatc was the 0th of Sepleiiilwr, ls.'3, ntul ho that It was just nt the tlmo th it he nnd his wife had be- -n visitors ut the World's Pair, nnd out of Idle curiosity to tho "Lost and he tinned round" department to ste If posslMy there might be nnv thing there about tho rings Ids wlfo hnd found. There his tie llghttsl upon the advertisement nbovo. A letter written to the chief of police of I.ousvllto soon put Mrs. Marks In correspond! nco with Mrs. TurnT, who had removed to n suburb of the Kentutkv ctt, nnd the long lost Jew-e- s wro restores. It had taken some time foi the "want ml" to do Its wont In this parllcuar case, but even Hi. u, by Mrs. Turnthe Jewels being valued er at Jl.rn', she ts ver woll sntl-Ivie undt rHtiuiil, with tlio Interest on the Investment. Wo scarcely think tliat such lessons ns tho lneldt nt suggests need nnv elm Idallou nt our hands. The story Is an eiitortnlulng one In Itself nnd w lull not mar the lulling b pauslnic to Hlnt out murals which should b perfetilv obvious Publishers Auxlllar). 1 n, K. prj-gre- ss Afraid to Stay Alone. Valley, Ark. Mrs. Carrio tills place says, "I was stay by nivaulf. r liad marly all tho time; my heart Tvould palpitate, and my vitality was very low. When I would Ho down, at night, I had no hope of living until day. I tried Cardul, and now I feel hotter than 1 have for & years. I cannot praise Cardul enough for what It did." Aro ou a woman? Do you need a tonic? Try Cardul, th woman s tonic. Your druggbrt eell it. Al A Wonderful Offer. Itoad the B!g Offer of The Rapub-ca- n on another (page of jthis la&ue wherein jou can got this taper, The Poo-piFarnwr & Stockman and tho Popular Monthly, ono frvoruaoh, and a full size 10x20 crayon ualairge-rneAIO. for $2 05. 2Tt es nt cr Cherry Moore of afraid to headache down-sitting- elt iand-turue- d five-gallo- Terrible Picture of Suffering. Clinton, Ky. Mrs. M. C. McElroy, la a latter from Clinton, writes: "For six yoare, i was a suff eror Crom fonialo troubles. 1 could not at, and could not etand on my foot, without suffering great pain. I had loat hope. After uslng Cardul a week, I began to Improve. Now I feel bettor than la six oars." Fifty years of buc-cein actual practice, la positive proof, furnished by those who havo tried It, that Cardul can always bo relied on for rolIoWng female weakness and dlBcase, Try Cardul, to-dnow; ss ay Unit-vale- nt At ll n. Hvery jear, In many patts of tho countiy, thousands aro driven from their homes by coughs nnd lung diseases. Pi lends and business aro left behind for other cllnmtcs, but this Is costly and not nlwnjs sure. A hotter way tho way of multitudes-- Is to use Dr. King's Now Discovery nnd euro your self at homo, stay right thore, with your fi lends, and tako this safe modi-clnThioat nnd lung troublea find quick relief and health returns. Its help Is coughs, colds, grip, croup.whoop. lugcough and soto lungs make It a positive blessing. tOc and $1,00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed drug- by all KIS18. m o. Many Driven from Home. m nil Children Cry CASTORIA FOR FLETCHER'S 5bP0QV iH FUME ,Mafr8BS iVM M --A.B,ap V And when, at midnight that night, be parted from a moist and senti- whoso capacity for even Including tho IndeBcrlb-ibl- o native rctslnato and mnstlcha lad proved enormous, the arrangement and been arrived at, signed, sealed md delivered by a clasping of hands. And it wns O'Rourko was tho happy mental ilquor sailor-man- , mnn. "'TIs Danny who'll bo giving me -- byLOUIS JOSEPH msWORJIt-'YoraC ItlUSTRATIOrTSOT cwBRi'-- a O COgYXtCHTiqoQ gy lauifrjOStPHVAKgE, I BCrA-'fT- lrHafeBsSc .CKSr!" V .frlX . , ) I J CHAPTER XII. 'V anchor wna being weighed. Whllo this was tnklng plnco a small harbor boat, manned by two nntlvo watermen and carrying a slnglo passenger, put out from tho steamship quay, tho oarsmen rowing with n will that hinted at a premium having been placed upon their speed. Tho coaRtcr was barely under way, moving slowly In tho water, when tho boat ran alongside. A lino was thrown from tho ship and caught by ono of tho watermen, tho boat hauled closo In, and its passenger taken on deck. An hour later, a plpo between his teeth, O'llourko stood by the helmsman, staring bnck over tho hcnvlng expanse, swiftly widening, that lay between tho coaster and tho Algerian littoral. Tho world behind was gray and wan, but tho skies ahead wcro golden. "A fair omen!" breathed tho adventurer hopefully. Tho bulk of tho great ruby in his pocket brought his thought back in a wldo swing to tho girl who would bo waiting for him nt Itangoon. "FYilth, and I must bo getting bolow nnd making a dab at writing a letter to her. . , . That wns nothing." Ho nodded with moaning towards tho bold profllo of Algiers. . . . An ill wind It was that blew Colonel O'Rourko Into Athens. It has blown Itself out and been forgotten this many a day, praises be! but that, onco It had whisked him thither. Immediately it subsided and stubbornly it refused to lift again nnd waft him forth upon his wanderings, in tho course-- of tlmo camo to bo a matter of gTlovous concorn to tho Irishman. All of which is equivalent to saying that tho dropping breczo of his finances died altogether upon his arrival In tho capital of Greece. Ho disembarked from a coasting steamer in tho harbor of tho Piraeus encumbered with a hundred francs or bo, an lnvlnciblo optimism, a trunk and a end a king's rnnsom on his person in tho shape of tho Pool of Flame; which latter was hardly to be esteemed a negotiable asset. Thereafter followed days of inaction, while his hopes diminished. Nearly two months had elapsed slnco he had promised two people himself and one infinitely more dear ito him to be in Rangoon In ninety 'days. In little more than a month she'd be waiting for him there. . . And where would he be? Still was 'he far by many a long and weary imlle from the first gateway to the .East Buez; and still he lacked many 'an aloof and distant dollar tie funds ito finance him thither. It only be could contrive to get to 'Alexandria I Danny was there-Da- nny Mafaone, ho of the red, red bead and the ready fists; Danny, who held the O'Rourke as only second to the Pope in dignity and importance; who had been O'Rourke's valet in a happier time and of late in his humbler way an adventurer like his master. He was there, in Alexandria, half partner in a tobacco Importing bouse, by virtue of money borrowed from O'Rourke long since, at a time when money was to be bad of the man for the asking. . . . And Danny would help. . . . You must see O'Rourke revolving in bis mind this unhappy predicament of bis, on the last of the many afternoons that be spent in Greece. Draw down the corners of his wide, mobile mouth, tir up the devils in hlB eyes until they flicker and flash their resentment, place a pucker between the brows of bis habitually eereno and unwrinkled forehead; and there you have blm who sat beside the little table in the purple of tho Zappelon, with a bead bared to the cool of the evening breeze, alternately puffing at a mediocre cigar and sipping black coffee at bis elbow. from the demi-tassNow Just as the sun was sinking behind the mountains and Hymettuswa clothing Its long slopes In vague violet light of mystery and enchantment (for this view alone O'Rourke took himself to the Zappelon dally) the Irishman's somber meditations were interrupted. 'Otter'n the seven brass "Phew! Inges of 'ell I" remarked a cheerful , .voice, not two feet from bis ear. O'Rourke turned with an Imperceptible start be was not easily stalled. "True for ye," be assented, taking stock of blm who, with bis weath-sr-wU- s remark for an Introduction, calmly possessed himself of the vacant cbalr at the other side of the table and grinned a rubicund grin Early In tbd dull hot dawn n clatter of winches and a bustle of shadowy figures on tho deck of a am all trading vessel, which had spent the night between tho moles of tho harbor of Algiers, nnnounced that the ... kit-bo- ing red n color partly natural and partly tho result of his stroll through Athens' heated streets. Ills dress wns rough, nnd thcro wns this and that about him to tell O'Rourke nioro plainly thnn words that his profession was something nautical; ho was most probably a captain, from a certain air of determination and comrannd that lurked beneath bis manner. Therefore, having summed the stranger up In a glance, "And when did yo get in, captain?" inquired O'Rourke. Tho man Jumped with surpriso and shot a frightened at least a questioning glanco at O'Rourke. Then, seeing thnt ho was smiling in a friendly fashion, calmed nnd continued to cool his fnco nnd hent his blood by fanning himself vigorously with a straw hat. " 'Ow tho dooco do you know I'm a captain?" ho demanded, with a slightly nggrlevcd manner. "It shouldn't tako a man an hour to guess that, cnptaln nny more thnn It would to pick yo out for nn Englishman." Tho captain stared, gray eyes widening. "An' perhaps you'll tell mo my nymo next?" ho suggested rather truculently. "Dlvvlo a bit, 'TIs no clalrvoynnt I nm," laughed O'Rourke. "But I win toll yc mo own. 'TIs O'llourko, and 'tis delighted I nm to meet a whlto mnn in this heathen country. Sir, your hnnd!" Ho put his own ncross tho tablo and gripped tho captain's heartily. "MIno's 'Olo," tho latter Informed him. "Ole?" queried O'Rourke. "Olo what?" "Not Olo nothing," said tho captain with somo pardonable asperity. "I didn't try 'Olo, I s'yd 'Ole." "Of course," O'Rourko assented grnvely. "I'm stupid, Captain Hole, and a bit deaf in mo off car." This, however, was a polito lie. "Thnt explyns it," agreed tho mollified man. "It's 'Ole, plyn Wlll'm 'Ole. master of tho Pelican, fryghter, just in from Malta." A light of Interest kindled in O'Rourko's eyes. Ho reviewed the man with more respect, as due to one who might prove useful. "And bound ?" bo insinuated craftily. "Alexandria. I Just dropped in for a d'y or two to pick up a bit of cargo from a chap down at Piraeus. It's devllah 'ot and I thought as 'ow I'd tyke a run up and see the city 'nvlng a bit of time free, y'know." "Surely," sighed O'Rourke, a faraway look in bis eyes. "For Alexandria, eh? Faith, I'd like to be sailing with ye." Again the captain eyed O'Rourke askance. "Wot for?" be demanded directly. "The Pelican's a slow old tramp. Tou can pick up a swifter passage on boats a day." "'TIs meself that knows that, sure," assented the Irishman. "Tis but a trifling difficulty about ready money y ... pounds," announced O'Rourko later, frowning dubiously. Five pounds happened to bo the sum he had agreed to pay Captain Holo for the accomodation, it being further conditioned that tho latter was to accompany tho adventurer nshoro at Alexandria and not part from htm till the money was forthcoming: something which irked the Irishman's soul. "Why could ho not tako mo word for it?" ho demanded of midnight darkness tempered by rceblo lamplight. "Rut, faith, I forget wnnt I'm dealing with. Dcsldoa, 'tis sure I am to find Danny." Ho arose and resumed his packing, blowing an innudlblo little air through his puckered lips. "Dlvvlllsh awkward If I don't Ry tho Gods! I'd all but mlsremcmbered . . ." Ho failed to state exactly what ho had mlsremembercd, but Btood motionless, with troubled eyes staring nt tho lamp flame, for a full five minutes. Then "I'll have to chanco It," he said slowly. "'Tlsn't as if it were mine." Ho unbuttoned tho front of his shirt nnd thrust a hand between his undershirt nnd his skin, fumbled about under his left nrmplt, his brows still gathered thoughtfully. Presently bo gnvo a llttlo Jerk and removed his bag hnnd. It contained a chnmola-sklabout tho slzo of a duck's ogg, from which dangled tho stout cord by which ho had slung It about his neck. Holding this gingerly, as If ho feared it would explode, O'Rourko glanced at tho window, drew tho blind tight, and tiptoed to tho door, where he turned tho key in tho lock. Then, returning to his bod and making sure that he was out of range of the keyhole, ho cautiously loosened the drawstring at tho mouth of the bag. Something tumbled out Into his palm and lay there like a ball of red-firbrilliant nnd coruscant O'Rourke caught at his breath sharply; his very voice had an ominous ring in its timber when he spoke at length. "Blood." he said slowly, "blood. . . . I doubt not that rivers of blood o .havo flowed for the sake ot ye. ye were fashioned ot blood in the, beginning, for 'tis that's your color, and tho story of yo as I've beard It is all told when I've said that one word tho welcome," ho assured himself, sitting on tho edge of his bed nnd staring thoughtfully Into tho dishevelled depths of the battered steel that housed everything ho owned in tho world for ho was packing to Join tho Pelican at noon. "I hope to hlven he has five kit-bo- x ... O'Rourke did not move. There would be no going ashore, ho knew, until Hole wns ready, and that would be when tho customs officials had paid him n call and tho usual courtesies hnd been exchanged. The Irishman had no need to bo in hasto to change from his present garb to ono that better suited him. So he lolled upon the mil nnd regarded with a kindling eyo tho harbor views. Ho mopped his brow, simply (as befitted ono of his appnrcnt station in life) with tho back of a hand, nnd stood erect, exulting In tho Bccnt, the Indescribable, impalpable, Insistent odor of the East that Is forgotten of none who had ever known It. The hot wind drove it gustily in his face, and he sniffed and drew great lungfuls and was glad. '"TIs good!" he said simply. And, a bit later, while on the short-linthe brazen arcs were beginning to pop out silently: "There's tho customs bont. I'm thinking I'll slip below." No lamps had yet been lighted below, but O'Rourko know the way to his room. He entered nnd shut the door. Tho afterglow of the sunset, entering through tho porthole, rendered the llttlo coop light enough for his purpose Dropping to his knees, tho Irishman pulled his from beneath tho bunk. Tho lid came up freely as he touched It. For a full minute ho did not breathe. 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UNDER ANY Boston. Mass. 9 n The First Officer's Fist Caught O'Rourke Just Under the Ear. e, It became immediately evident that his memory bad not tricked him; the trunk was locked, as he had left it that morning. But the clasp bad yielded to a cold chisel. It wns hardly worth tho trouble, still O'Rourke rummaged through the contents of the box, assuring himself that the chamois bag was gone. So far as he could determine then, nothing else had been taken. He shut down the lid and sat down to think it out, eyes hard, face grimly expressionless, only an Intermittent nervous clenching and opening of bis hands betraying his gathering rage and excitement. At length he arose, determination in his port. One phrase alone escaped him: "And not a gun to me name!" He went on deck. Already the tropic night bad closed down upon the harbor, but it was easy enough to locate the captain and first officer, still waiting at the gangway. From overside arose the splutter of a launch a raucous sound, yet one that barely rippled the surface of O'Rourke's conHe sapped quickly to sciousness. the captain's side and touched him gently on the arm. "Captain," be said quickly, "I'll be asking the favor of a word with ye In private." Hole caught the gleam of the Irishman's eye in the lamplight and stepped back a pace. "Get forrard." he said curtly. "Carn't you see the customs officer coming' aboard? I'll see you later." "Ye will not. Ye'll hear me now, Be-llk- blood! . . ." And, after a bit, "I'd best put it away, I'm thinking. 'Twouldn't be safe to carry it that way any longer. If something should catch In me shirt on board, and rip it, and Hole happen to see it why, me lite wouldn't be worth a moment's purchase. I'll bide it in me box there; they'll nlver suspect." e "You'll Ho there, me man, and not so much as a whimper till I give you Mr. leave. Take 'eed wot I says. Dennlson 'ere is goin to clean 'is revolver." O'Rourko lay silent, save for his quick breathing. The first officer, grinning malevolently, sat down near at hand, keeping a basilisk eye upon the prostrate man while he fondled an hammeriess Webley. Hole moved off towards the gangway, whence his volco arose, an Instant later, greeting his visitor. The latter put a hurried question, which O'Rourko did not catch, but the captain's reply was quick enough: "Only a mutinous dorg of a deck-'anWanted shore leavo and refused to go forrard when ordered. 'E ain't 'urted none. Mr. Dennlson 'ere Just gyve 'lm a tap to keep him quiet" The Irishman swore beneath his breath and watched the first officer. The light from the lantern at the gangway glanced dully upon the polished barrel of the revolver, and the gleaming line was steadily directed towards O'Rourke's bead. Upon .reconsideration he concluded to He still, to wait and watch his opportunity; for the present, at least, he was indisposed to question Dennlson's willingness to use tbe weapon. O'Rourke was to be kept quiet at all hazards, and be knew it full well; for once he conceded discretion tbe better part of valor, and was patient, able-bodied. THE NEW NOT SOLD OTHER NAME. SEWING MACHINE OF QUALITY. HOME WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. tho NEW HOME you will have a llfo asset at tho price you pay, and will not have an endless chain of repairs. If you purchase T ISJn "TrrS Quality Conudeml it k the irrmi The New Home Sewing rYlachioa Cheapest in the end to buy. If yon want a sewing machine, write fori our latest catalogue before you purchase. Co.Oranp, Mass.1 Four bouse nlants free. Head oufl announcement la anothier col23tC umn. WE WANT TO SEND (To be continued.) n And with that be thrust the Pool of Flame back Into the leather bag, and the bag Into the depths ot the which be presently locked and noiselessly moved beneath bis bed. After all ot which he lay down and with another sigh slept tranquilly. CHAPTER XIII. Some time In the golden afternoon of the following day, the Pelican weighed anchor and slouched with a Ioaflsh air out ot the harbor of the Piraeus. "Plyn BUI 'Ole," the captain said he preferred to be called. And "Plain BUI Hole!" mused the Irishman, leaning over the forward rail and sucking at a short black pipe. "Faith, not only plain, but even a trifle homely," be amended judgmatlcally. "As for meself," he concluded later, "I'm no siren In this rig." And be lifted bis eyebrows, protruding his lower Up, as be glanced down over his kit-bo- x; Beware of Ointment for Catarrh that Contains Mercury. attire. It was a strange rig for the O'Rourke the As mercury vlll surely destroy sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such aron ticles should never be used except prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they wUl do Is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken in ternolly, acting directly upon the blood captain" and mucous surfaces of tho system. In Hole backed further away. "Wot!" buying Hall's Catarrh Cure bo suro be barked hoarsely, raising his voice. you set the genuine. It Is taken inter"Wot! I'll show you 'oo's master aboard this ship. Get forrard to your nally and made in Toledo, Ohio, by 1 " quarters! he ex- J. Cheney & Co. Te&tltmonials free. ploded violently. "'Oo ever heard the Sold by druggists. Price, 75c, Per botlike ot it?" tle. O'Rourke stepped nearer, his fists Take Hall's Family Pills for constipaye scud!" tion, closing. "Drop that tone, m S'hclp-me-gawd!- lBSOLDTRLT YOU FREE i Erci' j j Our TVm. H.mt lor WEAK LUNGS CeiiBBinpUoa In anjr'forw ' o .....I He showed himself a man la stature no whit Inferior to the Irishman, as ito height; and perhsps be was a stoae the heavier of the two. He .lacked, otherwise, O'Rourke's alerb hsMt, was of a slower, more stolid and beefy build. The eyes that met O'Rourke's were gray tad bright and hard, asd set la a cousteaanoa across it. the Captain's Hand Heartily. that detains me," be pursued boldly, with a confidential jerk of bis bead. "There's a bit of stuff no matter what that I don't want to pass through the Custom House at Alexandria. I'm not saying a word, captain, but it I could smuggle It into, Egypt, the profit would be great enough to pay me passage-monea dozen times over. I'm saying this to ye in strict confidence, tor, being an Englishman, ye won't let on." "Never fear," Hole asserted stoutly. "Umm. . . . Er I. don't mind telling you, Mr. O'Rourke, I sometimes do a little la that line myself. Being a casual tramp and sometimes Able. lyd by for weeks at a stretch for waat Oa an evening, some nine or ten of consignment'' lays after he had left Athens, "Not another word, captain. I un- D'Rourks at the forward rail saw the derstand perfectly. Will ye be hartag bag, low profile of Egypt edge up out Mt ot a drink, now?" it the waters, saw It take color and won't 'art farm, made out palms and the windCaptain Hole would. to talk this over," be remarked. "Per-ap- s and Pompey'a mills, the light-houswe might mjrke some sort ot pillar; and knew that h was close Mcker," upon his Journey's end. "Faith, 'Us meself that's agreeableY Her winches rattled cheerfully as laughed the Irishman, lightly. it witeas draaaad anchor, but He Gripped y to be in: an engineer's blue Jumper, much the worse for wear, and a pair of trousers whose seat, O'Rourke maintained, was only held together by Its coating ot dirt and grease. O'Rourke eyed this get-u-p with disdain. "Fortunately," be comforted himself, '"twon't be forever I'll be wearing It." In the present instance, the disguise was held an advisable thing, ilnce O'Rourke was officially registered on the ship's books as assistant engineer. The Pelican carried no license for passengers, and in view of his avowed purpose It was deemed unwise for the Irishman to risk detection by appearing "too tony" (an expression culled from the captain's vocabulary). Otherwise, It was understood that tils duties were to consist of the pursuit of bis own sweet will, that he was to occupy a stateroom aft, and bat he was to mess at the captain's he cried. "D'ye want me to spoil your It e . .- - The shot went home. The captain gasped, and in the darkness O'Rourke fancied he lost a shade or two of Ms ruddy color. "Wotcher meap?" be demanded, lowering his tone. "I mean," replied O'Rourke in a quick whisper, "that the Egyptian cusReturn toms officer is at the Bide. wbat ye've stolen from me this day, or I'll tell the whole harbor what ye've been up to! And, If ye want me to be more explicit, perhaps the word 'hashish' will refresh your memory I" "I'll talk to you later" "Ye'll give me back me property this minute or " O'Rourke was at the rail In a stride. "Shall I tell blm?" be demanded. A swift step sounded beside him. He turned an Instant too late, who bad reckoned without Dennlson. As he moved to protect himself the first officer's flit caught the Irishman Just under the ear. And one hundred and seventy-fiv- e pounds ot man and malice ware behind It O'Rourke shot Into the scuppers as though kicked by a mule, struck bis bead against a piece ef iron work asd lay still, halt stunned, shutting his teeth savagely upon a moan. Hole and tbe first mate stood over him, and the captain's voice, guarded but clear enough, came to his ear: little game?" 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In orMason. r.rlco of the article, but the price of evPUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. ery article which enters Into the manu- der to do this the Ninth Congressional facture of construction of the patented District Is made tho largest district In to AAdresa all oommunicatlosa to !ord llle, Ky., March article. Chief Justice and two Justices' the Slate, Instead of tho Eleventh. It Hartford Republican. dissented and declared tho decision a will hnve almost M,M) populutlon.whlle The Ilepubllcan.) The lloosevelt followers met nt this most dangerous one. I.ooks like Toddy the old Tenth will contain nbout 140,0). nnd organised On tho whole the work of the Legis- place on last Saturdny Is not far wrong in his position with NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS desiring the paper sent ton new reference to the courts. strengthen the Democrat- nn enthusiastic lloosevelt Culb of 73 Subscribers lature will not address mnat give the old addrcsa In making the ic party In Kentucky nnd Indicates that members. Tho house was called to orreqneat. arc tho majority Is thoroughly Imbued with der by Prof. I. S. Mason and officers Tho Democratic State officials metuiscrlpts will not be returned Unaolltlted Dr. i:. P. Uodgcrs, giving out Interviews dally In an effort tho idea that It does not need strength- chosen ns follows: onleea accompanied by postage. Anonymous comraunlcntlona will receive no to explain why the school teachers of ening. However, we presume these gen- Chairman; J. M. Key, Secretary: Tom, attention. Keovn, Treasurer. . VyV forgotten that in havo the State have not been paid their sal- tlemen assuming tho cljalr aries for February. The Slate Superin- Bcckhnm wns elected by '.3,000 nnd four Dr. lteWRr-o- n 3?3CXj2F3S02TXS. rend n rousing speech In which ho vivtendent is inclined to Jay the btamo years Inter AVHlson was clec.ted by ..... -Ouuaa'bsTlaixid..... majority. On tho record of tho )ntc idly contrasted tho clean, cffcctlvontid .2S. on the Auditor, while the Auditor shufla. fles the responsibility to the Treasur- Legislature It Is not n very great stretch progressive administration of President er, who throws It back on the others. of Imagination to believe that the same lloosevelt, wthl some of the former, ns rniDAY, .MAItCH 15. at result will follow three years from now. well ns the present administration. He It looks like something is wrong declarcel that Col. Hooseelt was the This Is the administration Frankfort. Illinois legislation lias become a bad right man on tho right spot at the tho which was to straighten out all SAYS PRIMARY RIDICULOUS. oke. right hour. Wilson kinks, and give us a state Sec. of the Koose-ve- lt Mr. Thos. Walker, presses for beyond which would bo Stnte Committee, addressed a letter Ho ilssnllcd some of tho Military maneuvers In Texas arc sotto excite opposltlem to tiH- criticism. We do not ltnow but some on to acting Chnlrmnn Welsh, of the Ile- trying ting to be nil the rage. may be able to recall the exact words publlcan Central Committee requesting former president with tho 3rd term "bug a boo," nnd predicted the greatest of McCreary, Johnson, Stanley and Ithea that the State Committee bo Lawrence, Massachusetts, needs fewer victory for the Ceilouvl In the history when they spoke at Hartford, last fall. for the purpose of arranging to give bullets and more conciliation. How soon the "dear people" are oppor- of the party. the Itepubllcnns of the Stnto an Dr. 1'odgcrs wns followed by Prof. I. tunity to express their choice for When a man feels like making n fool S. Mason, who made a splendid speech President through preferential primarOf himself It's a sign he Is In love. "Officeholders in every State lead pro- ies. On learning of this move, dlspatche In which ho pictured the money failpoliticians against us In this fessional from Washington quote Senator Brad- ures of tho present administration. He Some men who boss their wives In pubcontest. Wc hold that a contest between ley as follows: deelnred that lloosevelt never made but at home. lic lie are as meek as iambs or within, parties Is not carried on ns "Buncombe"' was tho term npplled by one mistake and that was when ho "put game, but to put into effect tho will y to tho propor- Taft on the people." Senator Bradley has enough supporters a President Taft that tion of the Roosevelt leaders in Kenof the people. It is astounding nt The Club expects a large crowd In Wisconsin to fit out a fine banquet. men should venturv to take the position tucky to hold a Statewide Presidential Its next meeting, Saturday, March Kith. J. M. KEY, Sec'y. The man who attempts to call a wo- that no appeal lies to tho people from primary. man's bluff must bo looking1 for trouble. the men, who for their own profits, are "The proposal is ridiculous," said the Farm for Sale, playing the game. We regard tho prs Senator, hotly. same thing was "The ent contest not as one between Indi- made to tho State committee and 70 acres of hill land. Plenty of timAs yet the Suffragettes haven't re the politicians with Adam's downfall. viduals, but between two radically dlffel jected Willi only one dissenting vote. To ber to keep placo up. Good dwelling, politics. ent views of tho function of grant it now would bo to necessitate good tobacco and stock barns: splendid fight Too often it is the things we shouldn't There Never was a stralghter tho changing of the date for holding well In yard. On Hartford and llnwes-vill- a waged for tho principle of popular rule county, do that seem to make life worth road. J. L. HICKS, district and State conventions. than that which we arc now waging. If as thirty days' notice would linvo to bo '14 Hartford, Ky., r.. F. D. fi. the people decide against us, we will given. Tho people of Kentucky will winter should in all blow cheerfully to the decision. We ob An A. S. of E. Notice. linvo ample opportunity of expressing justices be followed by an ject to having an Issue decided against their preferenee on April 6, nnd noAll members of tho A. S. of E. In spring. us by politicians and patronage-mongerOhio county are hereby notified that body need doubt that." Theodore lloosevelt. has the poultry pledges will close on March We hope that Senator Bradley Baseball fans are beginning to make been misquoted for he surely could not J), 1012, nnd they must bo turned In to noises indicating that they are about to DRASTIC LIQUOR LAW. object to tho people having tho widest tho stock or selling committee by that wake up. During tho closing hours of the State possible opportunity to express their date or said pledges will not bo recogmost drastic choice ns between President Tnft and nized In sale. Legislature Tuesday a You can't Judge how a woman will And those wishing to deliver poultry, liquor law was passed. By It's terms It Col. Iioosevclt. Especially could this run for office by lie way she runs for pooling Is sought to prevent anyone from pur do no harm, if he Is correctly quoted. absolutely must present their A street car. chasing, or bringing Into dry territory. In saying that the Itooscvclt forces In card at the place of delivery or poultry or positively can not bo received. of whiskey in nny quantity. For Instance the State are led by men who have been Massachusettcs is sadly in need L. B. TICUENOit, Prcs. the papers say under Us provisions It kicked out of office, or compelled to effective local machinery for the set- HENRY M. PIIITLK, Sec'y. will be unlawful for any citizen of Ohio from office, or who failed to get tlement of strikes. may an office. There was no reason why county to send by a friend who S. C. R. I. Reds. us beginning to ex- be going to Louisville or Owensboro for there should not be amnio tlmo In William It. Hearst is that a bottle of liquor even for sickness. We much as the National Convention do?s And Black Orpington stock from $l.M symptoms of experiencing hibit have not seen a copy of the bill. not meet until the ISth of June. The to 12.00. Eggs from good mating $1.') dark horse feeling. State convention has been called for to $2.00 per 13. Baby chicks 23 cents HARD ON THE BOYS. April 10th, the earliest time at which each. 'Phone M) A. In Persons whoventure on ice floes MRS. A. S. CliiXX, Convention In Ilepubllcan State The Legislature, which adjourned tills any winter are the same persons who rock Beaver Dam, Ky. overwhelmingly Democratic the State was ever held to elect dele- 33t4 week, was the boat In summer. In both branches, and is entitled ,to all gates. Last ear the same people, who Program. The young man who marries an the CKED1T and DISGBED1T which be- have named this early convention, were Union of tho Of the' Sunday School may not have to wait fifty years l.i longs to It. It passed a few good meas- heartily in favor of a date cunvertlon ures, but It turned down some of the best when the forces of Judge O'ltenr desir Ohio County Baptist Association to meet order to celebrate his golden wedding. in with Hartford Church, March 19, 1512. brought ever ones beroro a legis- ed an early one and it was fixed 9:20. Devotional Eld. Birch Shields. more states hud more adequate cor- lative body, and enacted others, which July by tholr votes in the meeting of If rupt practices acts there would be few- to say the least, are .very questionable. the State Central Committee. The State 10:00 Heading minutes and reports of er anxious seats in the United States It created a large number of new offi- Convention ought not to have been held the schools. Leadership Senate. appropriated earlier than May 10th anyway and that 10:30. Better Pastoral ces. Increased salaries, money to defray the expense of tho would have given more than a month W. M. Fair and Alney Casebler. Sermon-E- ld. 11:00. Doctrinal N. J. National As though the situation wjere not al Democratic candidates for Presldenf.and time between tliat and the ready sufficiently complex, some insur at the end seemingly lost all sight of Convention. Tho first week In April Is Jarnagln. 12:.00. Intermission. Is the "DEAIl PEOPLE," who pay tho usually a very busy one with the farcents complain that Col. Roosevelt 1:30. Better management and mers, nad It looks like an effort to pretoo radical. taxes. Birch Shields and C. li. Prison vent them from attending the County The defeat of the says Lyons. Hlnes Commission Bill was in itself enough mass Conventions. The Senator suing him for 1100,000 Mr. In 2:00. Better Teaching-El- d. J. N. Jarmake to brine discredit upon the party, whloh that "the people of Kentucky will have may or may not be tolas to their nagln and W. C. Taylor. legislation ample opportunity to express tho cost of putting promised this long needed Clarence Funk bear 2:30. Standard of Excellence for EleIn Its platform in order .to catch .votes preference on April Cth, nnd no body Lorlmtr over. and which was advocated in Gov. Mc need doubt that," but under the pres- mentary Grades Eld. It. E. Fuqua und upon later ent arrangements will they have ample A. O. Boss. Chairman Slack says that the plans creary's message, but frowned 3:00. The Graded Sunday School Dr. when he saw he could get rid of the opportunity? What about tho opportunof tlvo Democratic National convention the ity of the Itepubllcans in Select, Cool E. W. Fotd and C. M. TicJienor. ever made. Hut who's to present prison commissioners by are the best 3:30. Business and adjournment. Springs, Kockport, Point Pleasant, Hef-llenactment of a partisan measure. be the candidate? Bartlctts, Magan and Shrcve, to say AU the schools are requested to be The defeat of the Employer's Liability, and all other maesures in the inter- nothing of other distant points In this represented and all Individuals interestGovernor DIx of New York, has one est of Labor, has aroused that element county to attend a mass convention In ed In Sunday School work are welcome. of the most remarkable minds for not C. D. CHICK, Ch'm'n. without before Hartford, thirty miles away been of voters to an extent never staying made up that has ever are any railroad facilities, on the Cth day W. M. FAIB, Sec'y. known In our State, and they teen in tills country. vowing vengeance against the democrat- of April when the roads are always alServed Him Right. These men, who are ic party, the first opportunity offered most impassable? Training trips are all right, but someA fellow paid $1.70 a yard for cloth Just as good republicans, as those who at an election. thing ought to bed one to prevent the A Good Road's Bill was passed, but it live near the county seat and who are In dear old Lunnon, don't cher know, fat man in tho upper berth from falling was so amonded as to leave very little Just as much entitled to a voice In the which he could have bought in this on the slim person below. delegates country for $1.50. Ho says the custom except a salary of $2,500.00 for a civil selection and instruction of aid to the District and State conventions, officers taxed him $9.24 duty for bringengineer. All provisions for Stato Yes; the potatoes are not only scarce, was stricktn out of the bill. The good are practically disfranchised by the ac- ing it here, and now ho is blubbering. but of poor quality. Try rice. It is a roads advocates asked for bread and tion of the State Central Committee. If Served him right. Why should any great American crop, palatable, when wero literally "given a stone." the State Central Committee would ar- American buy goods In London or uny- properly prepared, and highly nutritious. buy better The defeat of tho Corrupt Practice act range for a poll In each precinct thous- where elso when ho can llepublltvins goods Just as cheap at home. Pueblo ands of good Kentucky Is another black spot upon tho majortheir ity In the legislature. This should havo would securo a voto whoso choice will (Col.) Opinion. More people haven't made up arminds on the presidential situation than gone as a twin measure to tho Primary not be recorded under the present ever before at this btnge of tho game. Election Law. The enactment of both rangement. No party can long survive Washington Notes. They are waiting to be shown and they would have placed deletions beyond tho which will stifle the voice of the peoMOXKY TUUST. want to be shown something good. Washington, D. C, March 14, 1912. reach ot the corruptlonlst for all tlmo ple in this manner and tho authorities of the party had Just as well know It. to come. It Is getting to be considered a dull week In Washington when tho Democrats "Haw vegetables as n diet will ghe The City Gun Club soems to have gota ten in Its work by securing the cnact- NOtiCC, you more white corpuscles," says invcs,tlg;i- lo not start some line of But who wants more emnt of a law providing for u gun li French scientist. The good roads convention of Ohio Uon. white corpuscles at the risk of a raw cense of 11.00 on all resident of tho county which was announced to meet I However It has been clearly fliown So tho In Hartford, Ky., on April Cth, vegetable, or nny other sort of ellutZ Stato and 115.00 on has flint their sole object In starting these' Country boy who wants to take his lit- lt.n nn.lnnHA.I tn mant f.n Anvil 11 Iftln InuAallvfltlnn, tt'titt Hnnrklmunta In WaslUngton und elsewhere has been to John K. lthea tle gun and go rabbit hunting must hero-aft- V 1 o'clock sharp. It hi announced that pay 11.00 to the state before ho Invitation is given every one to be make campaign literature to aid Demo- is jjolng after the nomination for crats In the Presidential Campaign of in the Third District, and that can enjoy that privilege. In the mean- present." A special invitation ts,-tve- n t a warm jace for the Hon. time, the game Is supposed to Increase each magistrate of Ohio county to be this year, will he A few of the progressive Democrats Bob Thomas. Looks now like It was in the country to such an extent as to prcsnet at next meeting April 13, 1912. I 1 wanted an Invstetgatlon of what L. B. TICHENOIt, Prcs. for Bob to have advocated furnish amusement for tho fellows in a mistake 1 called the"Money Trust" to ascertain B. F. STEVENS, Sec'y. i .the taking of Butler county out of his the city, who go out on periodical hunts, Hartford Republican. ROYAL Absolutely Purm Economizes Butler, Flour, Eggs; makes the food more appetizing and wholesome The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar BAKING POWDER IE m ! Sou Ultra:,... ..0. 1!,-0- s. nier on the- - ground that his Tariff Hoard has not made a reort which would determine Just bow much the tariff i:ou!d bo reduced without lujurylng tho woolen Industry, The Tarlf Hoard mado Its reiort In Dt comber and threw n great deal of light on this subject. Instead of tho Democrats preicedlng to preiaro a tariff bill in accordance with this Inforaway mation they have been running from that subject and proceeding with bills on ehemlenl and Iron Industrie, knowing that President Tnft will veto those bills until the Tariff Hoard lius nude Its report so that he will luivo light for bis guidance. However tho Republicans are prcikxring Further evidence could bo multiplied a tariff bill reducing tho tariff on manshowing how thoroughly ma1efncters of ufactured woolen goods which Is preparby wealth ns Roosevelt calls them, have ed with the Information furnished the Tariff Hoard and It will bo Intergot the Democrats by the throat. esting to see whether the Democrats PAIlCEL POST. The country Is clamoring for the estab will pass this bill or not. m lishment of a Parcel Post, for reduc"Good Houv.duuiiiifi" Is ono ot tho ing tho cost of transportation of small iopu!ar niiigazlnua of today. articles, but the big express com.uiles most Tho price for oiw nr la $1.50. Komi seem to bo able to do anything Thoy y Kocnor Mngti-alr- w wish with the Democratic house of Uep- - jour ordttf to J. Agoncy, Hnrifonl. Ky. It representatives nnd of course no bill enn become a law without Its consent. You can tiy geodbyo to constipation REPUBLICAN TARIFF BILL with a clear conscience If you uso Cluiiu It will bo recalled that President Taft berlaln's Tablets. Many havo been pervetoed the bills reducing the tariff on manently cured by their use. For sale by manufacture of woolen goods lost sum- -' nil dealers. m whctlic.r n few men practically control the finances ot tho country or whether this vast power Is properly distributed throughout the country. The Democrats where found themselves In u position they were to Investigate this matter on account of public sentiment but It Is very evident from the way they are going nbout It, that the Investigation will bo a farce nnd tho results wilt bo of no importance, whatever. This simply shows that they aro going to rely on the ".Money Potter" of the country to buy thu election for the Democratic candidate, so of course tli-- y have no dcslro to offend the big ".Money Trust" of the country. comi-elldnit-rnl: j 4 -- m TOBACCO v. Seed Sowing' Is demanding the attention of the fanners who intend to raise a crop of tobacco. Good, strong, healthy plants to start with, means a whole lot in the growing of a successful crop. Equip-ment-EI- d. GOOD CANVAS for the protection of your beds and a little sprinkle of n, Homestead Tobacco Grower will give the best results. Our stock of Canvas and Tobacco Grower is ample to supply your demands. We solicit your business on these items and would recommend the mixing of the fertilizer in the soil before sowing and to cover with canvas immediately after sowing to get the best E. er Con-yrt- ta P. BARNES & BRO.. KENTUCKY ,ji BEAVER DAMf , t Fresh Staple Groceries at Moore's If Moat Market. 30'jf Barnard & Co's. Is tho best place to buy a new ling, Suit Cano or Trunk. 9 Are Ready to Show You. 'SSW yr a; w Let Tho Ilnpubllcnn print your visiting Miss Itowtna ltowo visited her par 33tf cnts at Cmtcrtown Saturday and Sun or professional ranis. (l,i y. nt New Hprlns Goods nrrlvliiK lally Attorney V II. llnrnos Is nWo to be Itamnrd & Co'. out ngaln, nftcr a severo tuislo with J. II,!! . Cnrson roturncd rtnturdny llrs. grippe. nfternoon from a trip to Louisville. Mr. Sherman Cliamberlnln, of No Mrs. W. T. Woodward, him Ik en ser- Creek, transacted business nt I'ordsxllle jlmisly 111 of conBestlon of tlio stomach, Saturilny, li no better. Mr. John T. Moore, cnxliWr Bank of Tho first team Hartford CoIIoko will was In Loulsvlllo scvenl M. C. A. basket ball team Hartford, meet tlio V. days this wck. night. ut Greenville Mrs. Laura Tate, wlio hns been islt-In"Llnwcne,'' tlio new wlilto goodv-loofrkndi In Grayson county for sever, llko Linen, wears better. Only at per yard." al wieks, lias returned to Hartford. to 30c IJ.irnnrd & Co's. 12 Mrs. B. H. Ellis, and little son, Man-toMr. It. 11. Mnrtln attended tho Fourth of Denver, Colo., aro visiting the ComCongressional iJlstrkt republican 11. A. Anderson. Ellzubcthtown melting last former's father, Mrs. g ks n, fir a 91 xk. .SK I F,lffll faWKssT iLi NtK Ji?liiikfly;r I isM. ti 3am. M A mittee nt Listen TOneof our new H&tspgjjS5i liptlfa week. cent Each clinnco on tho Talking Mnchlnc. You might take it homo with you Saturilny. OHIO COUNTY DUUG CO. 2T purclmso gits you a Don't fall to stop In nnd hear "Wild Cherry ltag," "Put Your Arms Around Mo Honey,'' itc. OHIO COUNTY DRUG COMPANY, Incorporated. ' I have nlno boxes of Garden nnd Flowou to select from.AJso loose Turnip nnd Bean Seeds. llir'a Grocery and Ment Market. er Seed for OUR NEW SPRING SUITS FOR MEN i Are hero and they are beauties. Made in the latest styles, and out of the newest materials. Wo know it is a trillo early to buy, but wo want you to call around and see them. Go through and find out where you can please yourself in quality and price. While doing this,tako a peep at our new Low-cShoes, Shirts, Neckwear, etc. They will please you. Keep this in mind and remember it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. ut J&l&Gb, Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, MAIICH 13. Don't fall to get In 'n few guesses on Mr. and Mrs. Arthur l'ctty nrc thJ tho Talking Machlno that will bo givrecipients of a handnonio set of dishes en away net Saturday by the Ohio Coun from Mr, Petty's brother, Mr. Gregty Drug Co. ory Wedding, IndlanapoUs. A belated Sir. Ityron 'Foster, who Is connectcjl wedding present. wlllt tho engineering corps construct! Mr. J. II. B. Carson, of Carson & Co , n new railroad In Eastern Kentucky.vlh- returned this week from tho Eastern few days recently.. Ited friends hire a Markcts,Uiero ho had been buying spring W. II. Moore & Son will sell "you dry goods. Whllo away from home Mr. Beef Boast ICc per pound; Plato Mb Carson visited his brother, Dr. Elvis 9c icr pound; Beef Steak, Pork Steak Carson, of Corbln. Ky. c per pound. and I'ork Chops 12 Hon. M. L. Hcavrln. who has bcn 1LEIVS LAUNDRY PUICES-Shlrts.l- Uc at Norton Infirmary for several weeks, t each, Collarw, 2c each. Cuffs, 2c liavlng undcrgono a severe surgical oper Work atlon, Is slowly Improving and It Is. Slaillsonvlllo Laundry. Guaranteed.' Called for and dollvcred. ihought ho can como homo first yot next week. However, It will ber" Some A double header basket ball gamo between the first and second gjrl teams tlmo before he can leave his home, afof llnrtford nnd Beaver Dam will fur- ter he returns. nish a lively attraction at tho Athletic ELECTHE CnACRAFT-LEICclub rooms TRIC CO. makes the bjst telephones y of on (the market Wo have Just received a big lot for Fanners Evlines, you should have one if you are, fine Enameled Ware of all kinds. erything to suit tlio housewife. Call and or expect to beoonw a Bubacniber from ONamlnc our line. telethe rural dis'jrdot. They tine llir's Grocery and Meat Market. phones that talk and sure ring. A. cook E. Pate, Hartford, Ky., Agemt. 2'Jtf. WHITE GIIIL WANTED-- To 2 each-Agen-H to-la- Just received n barrel of Jumbo Pickflne!-a- nd a barrel of Pickled Pork, also a new shipment of Magnolia Breakfast Bacon In ono pound boxes. ller's Grocery nnd Meat Market. les Look at your old hat. the sweat leather greasy; Is the band slick; has It lost Its color and shape? If your hat Is no longer comfortable for any one of those reasons "chuck" It Is and come buy a new one. Top yourself off with one of our toppy hats. for your furnishing goods and clothing; you will be clothed with est clothing at Come to us "up-rig- ht" "down-right-hon- prices. Go to U. S. Carson for fresh be It Is reported that Mr. and Mrs. Isaac and do general housework. Must Good homo In steady and reliable. Foster, formerly of Hartford, but who every have been in iliargo of tho McDowell Ky., and good wages week. Call or wrlto Tho Hartford House at Central City, have decided to give up tho mnnagemnet of that hotel. Fresh Beefsteak, Bevf Itoast, Pork It Is not known where they will locate. Hartford Stdak, Ohops, Home-anadt- f Sauaise but their many friends In will be glad to soe them return here. Home-mad- e (pure Pork), Pur CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. WITH POTASH Faiesh HoM So-jO- Forfls. New Neckwear Very nifty! Land (fin;), and Cured Meats of all nit vl. W. kinds at W. H. Moono & Son's Rtaut 30(3 30U Market 'Phone 47. Uarnnrd & Co'-i. Death of D. Ford. Saddle Horsa "Glided Clique" before bneedlng elsewhere-WilM. H. & E. Railroad Time Table make the season of 1912 at & U. S. Carson has nice Swieet Potaat Hartford, Ky. da, six nuli.'S North of Hartford. toes for Bala. L. &ft N. itoe card effective Monday W. H. PARKS, Just recelvde a barrel of nice white Aug. 21st. Hartford, Ky., R. 3. 3U4 W. H. MOOKE & SON. No. 112 North Hound duo 7:19 a. m. fish. EGGS FOR SALE Single Comb Buff daily except Sunday. Messrs. E. O. Iiarrasa and W. S. Tins-le- y Orpington Chickens, and Indian Runner Bound duo 3:40 p. m. No. 114 North were In Louisville several days this Ducks. Orpington eggs 75 cents per Jl. dally except Sunday. week. Duck eggs 75 cents per 13. 8:45 a. m. No. 116 South Bound duo MRS. C. A. WILSON, dally except Sunday. Mr. C. W. Mack, Beaver Dam, It. R. F. D. No. 1, Olaton, Ky. 1:46 p m. F. D. No. I, paid our office a pleasant 31t4 No. 113 South Bound due dally except Sunday. call while here last Saturday. ILER'S GBOCERV AND MEAT MARH. E. MISCHKE Agt Beefsteak, Porksteak. Is constantly receiving KET PRICES U. S. Carson per Jb. Home Made Pork Chops 12 the newest and best groceries. Teleper lb. Side 12 Pork. Sausage phone your orders In. Beef Roost, Pork Roost 10c per lb. Mb Will pay One Dollar pec ibuahel tor Roast 9c per lb. See at tho Model d Mr. D. Ford, one of the most loved and best known citizens of Ohio county died at his homo near town yesterday afternoon at four o'clock after, a lingering illness of caucer. Funeral ''services will be hold at the Baptist church this afternoon and the burial will take place at Oakwood Cemetery. Tsf"0 A I UDMUUU No crop eives better returns for usinp the right kind of fertilizer than does tobacco. frf POTASH WITHOUT NETW MEAT SHOP Beef Steak, Pork Steak Pork Chops and Sausage PER 2 1 CENTS. si Phone No. 114. All First goods delivered. door below First National Bank. S. F. RILEY, Hartford,' Ky. j Clay Reneer, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Reneer, Centertown, died last SunCall at The Itepubllcan office for a day morning. His funeral was conductanl ed Monday by Rev. L. W. Tlclienor af free sample copy of the Farmer Stockman, which wo are offering with ter which the Interment took placo near and Centertown. Death was due to stomach The Itepubllcan one year each $1.25. trouble. four roses or house plants for Papers free for the asking. Don't forget that W. H. Moore & OH, TOU GOOD BnEAKFAST-Mau-no- lla Son will do all in their power to you Breakfast Bacon, Cliase & San- please you. if for any reason born Coffee or Tea, bread made from are not Baitltflod with any purahaao the Beaver Dam Flour and the GENU- made of them, dont tell others but will tmeot you INE NEW OltLEANS MOLASSES 6A! tell us and per gallon. 3W right. Iter's Grocery and Meat Market. Mr. D. B. Reld, East Beaver Dam. For only S2..05 you can geft The called to see us while In town WedneV Harttand ItopubUcan,, Otoe Farmer & day and renewed his faith in The IteStockman. The Peqpiae) Momtihly onfl publlcan. Mr. Held Is ono of our oldyear ench and a full tHae 16x20 bray- - est subscribers, having helped to start on enlargtenient. Fill out (he cou- the paper. He says he could not do r. (Ms without It. pon which appears kk Good 3Uf Wfcat. HARTFORD MILL CO. Death of Mr. S. T. Hunter. At tho homo of his son, on lower Union Street Mr. S. T. Hunter breathed his last on last Friday afternoon about four o'clock, after a lingering illness of bronchial and lung trouble. Mr. Hunter was 59 years of age nnd had been a resident of Ohio county, near Small house, all his life until recently when he came to make his homo with his Ho son on account of failing health. was well known in lite southern part of the county, where he was res;Lcted by everyone and his real worth as a man appreciated. His remains were taken to Smallhouse on the train Saturday accompanied by a large number of friends of tho family from Hartford, and after funeral services conducted by Rev. It. D. Bennett, ho was laid to rest In the burying ground near Equality Church. He leaves a wife and two children, Mr. Owen Hunter, Deputy Clerk, and Mrs. Leila Pheasant. County Court Fulkerson,PoInt I POTASH Both quantity and quality are improved by properly balanced fertilizers containing Potash in the form .of Sulfate Muriate and Kainit will net do. The amount of Sulfate of Potash should be from 200 to 250 pounds per acre. This would mean 1000 to 1250 pounds goods. per acre of "tobacco fertilizers" are merely Many e mixed goods, containing ordinary, chlorides which injure the quality of the leaf. Insist on goods free from chlorides and containing 10 to 12 per cent. Potash, or supplement the manure with 300 to 400 pounds acid phosphate anI 200 to 250 pounds Sulfate of Potash. Wrtte te usor prices of Potash Sails and forrtt took containing fertilizer formulas and Ulrtelions. general-purpos- Potash GERMAN KALI WORKS, JAYS lac. CoatUMaUl Bldf M Bakhnor Mondnock Block, CUcaa Whitney Central Bank Bids., N.w Of lea. w pa-pu- 27W. v. 4 . You should haw a LEICH AUTDM' PHONE, a rjaiepnono lor omy ana village use. Tho most (wonderful Inivnen-Uo- n o (jonday In Uw telephone field. Boat forget Rltey'a Barbar Shop. Gives the oUi&ans of small towns Union prooticaUy the sanue service furnishMrs. W. H, Jlhoads, Lower quite sick. wander, ed In citJeB. It is a MW Street, is by A. K. Pate, Hartttard, bar- Sold U. 8. Carosn has just received a 29tf. Ky. rel of Sour Pickles fine. FAIL NEW LIBBAJtV PLAN-DODon't fail to sece Iter's Candles TO HEAD THIS I have over 100 read6c. glass full ers to my library and over 400 books 'to Don't fall to try ft Back oflnvtog-to-n pick from. .With each CASH purchase uwiaBitoed. amounting to $1.00 you are entitled SatMacdon Ptour. to exclusively .by W. H. Moore & read one of the books FJIEE. Now If Sold 30 Son. you don't belong, you' may Join for tho telephone and ewlitch-boan- price of $1.00 and keep the book you Aid kinds of have when you want to quit reading. I tqplmd, and new pants have Just added 40 new books. by A. E. when &&& ller's Grocery and Meat Market. 29tf. Ky. Hfutttxd, Spc-clalsN'T examine THE tekoxhanuB,. and gat their prices, if you am amy Judge of a telttphoms you ana bound .to admit (that thety ana first olaas. In ev.iry respect, and as cheap as the ohkup-e- st Every instrument guarowtded Sold by A. B. Pate Hartford, Ky. 2t!tf mill If you ' de fur-niah- ed Pt, "A Royal Slave," which was present ed at Bean's Opera House lost Friday night, was ono of the best shows which has cpme to Hartford for a long time, but owing to the tnclment woatlwr, and A Wowkrful Offer. the fact that revival sorvces were b) Read Uw Big Offer of Ithe Rcgmb-ca- a ing held, there was only a small auditfij laua on another page of comence present. The company Is Co. H. Iisfecttd. wherein you caa get thte paper, The posed of spjendld talent and the play CaC Morrow,, U. 8. A. and CpI.Hen- - Fuaiser k Stockman oawl the Peowas rendered in a pleasing and thrillfor ple Popular MocnWy, one inoarasob, should ry wertj In Hartford Wednesday ing manner. If the Company nmtamgo-come our way again, we feci sure they the purpose of giving Co. H its annu sad a full Blue 16x20 cmyoa VM ALL lor $2.05. al inspection. The examination was they would have a crowded house. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. .Whereas, God lias seen tit to call Mr. S. T. Hunter, the father of our beloved brothor, Sovereign C. O. Hunter, and Whereas, In tho death of tills beloved man, Sovereign Hunter and his family have suffered a loss which no human sympathy can supply and the community In which lie resided a valuable and beloved citizen, therefore be It Resolved, by the Hartford Carnn, No. 202, W. O. W that we extend to our brother and his family our deop and heartfelt sympathy in this hour of loss and grief and commend them to the Omnipotent Judge of all things. Resolved, that a copy of theso resolutions be spread on the record book of this Camp, a copy be nnt to the be- reaved brotlier and the county papers. LESLIE BENNETT, BETHEL J DUKE. J. MACK NEWMAN. Committee. mainly In equipment which Is furnished S. C. B. Leghorns, Barred P. Rocks. by Uncle Sam, And he keeps a sharp Birds cartlolly nhctti lor lieanlj nnd quality look cut to seo how itho boys care for Tbe bndtolsy" kind. Ltgkora rjrgi St str 1 M: Rock eggs 30 per tl.SO. Order bow. SatiMorrow told us sfaction assured. his property. Capt. B. I. BARNARD, that the Company deserved the highR. No. 3, Bo Ter Dam, Xj est praise for the splendid condition In 35t4 which he found all the property. Espept tho cially was this good 4n view fact that the Company has no armory storo equipment. or suitable place to Both officers sold this Company Is ono it of the best In tho State, but that to will be necessary for the county bad furnish some place for drill in li I Xsk sJsssW".fl weather as they expect tho requirements to be more strict under the new militia bill which Congress Is to pass. Lieut Shown was In command of tlio Company, In the absence of Capt. DflWoese, and he discharged his duties llko an old veteran. rV Notice. I want five hundred post holes dug at once. I am willing to give luUf. I want my half dug on my farm 1 mite East of Hartford. You can dig your half any place that suits you. Address, FRANK BX.A.OK, It. F. V. No. 2, Hartford, Ky. DON'T NEGLECT YOUR WATCH of machinery. AWATCH is a delicate piefce It calls for less attention than most machinery, but must be cleaned and oiled occasionally to keep perfect time. With proper care a Waltham Watch will keep perfect time for a lifetime. It will pay you well to let us clean your watch, every 12 or 18 months. Hartford, - Kiy. J. B. Tappan The Reliable Jeweler. k I Cookisg and Serving. PLUM CAKE. cups supnr, oneOinlf cup Four lnllk, two cup butter, teaspoons cream tnrtar, ono teaspoon ' soda, teaspoon cinnamon, ono- half teaspoon nutmeg, ono cup chopped rnliJn.", flour enough to Unend. Holl nn piece"!. Inch thick nnd cut In oblong Bake on sheets In a quick oven. TJIICKKNINO QltAVins, ETC. If In making eravle, sauces, puddings, etc., with flour thickening, (which fome prefer to cornstarch) you arc troubled by the flour lumping, try tho following KNEADHD ono-lm- lf one-half Ono nnd one-ha- lf oven. Salt nnd pepper to taste are, of course added to tho cream sauce. MOLASSES MUFFINS. Quarter cupful of molasses.Uirco heaping tcoxpoonfuls of baking powder, tensroonful of salt, throe eggs, cupful of milk, one cupful of s cupful of ryo flour and Ingredients; meal. Mix nnd sift dry spoon lnto l nt well. Drop from a color. smoking hot fat to n golden Drain nnd serve. WHITE POUND CAKE. cupful of butter and Cream odd gradually ono cupful of granulated cupfuls of sugar. Sift ono nnd flour with ono tenpoonful of cream tar-ta- r, teaspoonful of sodii. and Add to creamed butter and sugar altercup of milk. Iat-l- y nately with one-haadd the stiffly beaten whites of two eggs. Bake slowly CO minutes. er one-half three-fourthone-half one-half one-half lf Directory County Oliie 4 House Plants Free house plants to give away absolutely free to every fanner's wife in this section. These plants consist of: 1 1 Wo have four beautiful Airs. Lawson Carnation I 1 Geranium Flowering Begonia Boston iFern method: If eggs are used mix the flour with milk or tho beaten eggs, If not, with water; then pour the boiling liquid over It, stirring constantly until smooth.then cook return to the doublo holler nnd eight or ten minutes. JIlx the flour In a bowl large enough to hold the whole mixture. CHOCOLATE GLACE CAKE. Beat to a cream a generous half cup of butter and gradually beat Into this on cup of sugar. Add ono ounce of chocoeggs. late, melted; also two unbeaten Beat vigorously for five minutes; then stir In half a cup of milk nnd lastly one cup nnd a half flour, with which has been mixed one generous teaspoon one of baking powder. Flavor with teaspoon of vanilla. Pour Into a buttered, shallow cako Pan and bake for half an hour In a moderate oven. 'When cool spread with glace frosting. GLACE FROSTING. i: The Poultry Yard. :: I By special arrangement with the Farmer and Stockman of St. Louis, we can offer The Hartford Republican, one year; Tho Farmer and Stockman one year, both for $1.25, nnd give these four houso plants postage paid absolutely free. The Farmer and Stockman guarantees theso plants to be in growing condition when they reach you. They will be mailed direct from the llorists' green house to our subscribers, all charges prepaid. AVo are only allotted a few hundred of these plants. Therefore, we urge you to take advantage of our offer at once if you want this collection. It will doubtless take only a short time for us to give away our entire allotment. Fill out the coupon now, before it is'too late, and mail it or send it to us with 1.25 todaj. Put half a cup of sugar and three tablespoons of water In a small saucepan. Stir over the fire until the sugar from 3s nearly melted. Take the spoon the pan before the sugar really begins to boll, because It would srotl the Icing If the sirup were stirred after It begins four to boll. After boiling gently for minutes, add half a teaspoon of vanilla extract, but do not stir; then set away to cool. When the sirup Is about blood warm, beat It with a wooden spoon un Ul thick and white. Now put the saucepan in another with boiling water and stir until the Icing is thin enough to pour. Spread quickly on tho cake. CHOCOLATE NOUGAT CAKE. Two spoons butter,, one and cups sugar, one cup milk, ono egg, two cups flour, two nnd ono nnd half level teaspoons baking powder.one teaspoon vanilla, three squares chocolate, one cup chopped almonds. Jllx in anj order given, adding the chocolate in almonds Just before baking; bake layers or In a pan, and when cold split and put the cream filling between or on top. d Cream Fillings Ono cup sugar, cup water, one egg, white, suteaspoon of lemon. Boll the gar and water together until It threads, pour the tirup slowly into the beaten egg white; beat until cool enough to spread, add the flavoring. one-half one-thirone-half strong not expose the fowls to March 'winds. Never set a thin lousy hen She won't stay her time out. he On ocld eenlngs the hens must sent to roost with full crops. Especially at this time of the ycar.tho flrelcss brooder Is to be recommended. For cnily hutches It Is best to give not more than eleven eggs to a Jien. or those on the outer edge may become exposed and chilled. Make Any egg caters In the flock? the nests as dark ns possible; that will help. If that dosn't discourage tho culprit sharpen up the ax. responsible for Tho brooder Is more poor results than Is the Incubator. TIio the brooded has not as yet reached stngo of perfection that tho Incubator has. Early spring winds are pretty trying so to hens. They have been shut up long that they are tender and feel tho blasts. Shelter them well till the days Do Circuit Court T. P. Ulrkhead, Judge; Ben D. ttlngo, Attorney; W. P. Mldklff, Jailer; E. O. Barrass, Clerk; F. L. Foi llx, Master Commlsloner; 11. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund; T. If. Black, Sheriff, Hartford. Deputies S. O. Kcoun an Lon Black. Court convenes first Monday in February and continues three weeks; third Monday in April, two weeks second Monday In June, three weeks; third Monday In October two weeks. County Court. It. It. Wedding, Judge; W. 8. Tlnsley, Clerk, C. V. Smith, Attorney, llurtford. Couit convenes first Monday in each month. Quarterly Quarterly Court Begins on the fourth Monday In February. May. August afid November. Court of Claims Convenes first Tues day In January and first Tuesday In October. Other County Offlcerr C. S. Movfley, Surveyor, Fordkvllle, Ky., It. F. V. No. if: Bernard Felix ,Aasessor, Hartford. Ky., li. F. D. No. 2; Henry Leach, Superintendent, Dr. A. B. Hartford; Hliey, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COUUTS. .., Tl ft . PhnmliArt.lH vnutliuciwilll, tI..A-.- l uaiuuiu, iucsu.1 after 3rd .Monday In March, Tuesday after 3rd Monduy In June, Tuesdpu after 3nl Alnmlnv In Aitlnmhuf Tii....1.m ?.... 3rd Monday In December. "- -' ocoii, I'niinucli. wcunt tiny after iunuuy weuutiouy I'm Monday in .iiarun, Wednesday alter 3rd In June. after 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday after 3rd Monduy in December. fl1..u l,nil..w.M Jnhtl If -- -" l.l.1.. .-ui.,iv. t, .'null U1IVI 3rd Monday In March, Friday 3rd Monduy In June, Friday ufterafter 3rd Monday In September, Frlduy after 3id Monday In LVcember. ' 3rd,J"ckMn. Centcrtown, Saturday after ; .Monday In March, Saturday Hf tcr 3rd Monday In June, Saturday utter 3rd Monday In September, Sntuniay after 3rd Monday In December. "enfrow, Tuseday after . if" ,Cool5' Tuesday :.'" y,OI"Vlv ' M"rUi, ml Monday In Muy, Tuesday afterlifter 3rd Monduy In November. nrf,U,nJ?8 Olaton, Wednesday second Mommy in UedncMlay after 2nd Monduy InM.irui. May "" "y nJ,cr 3rU Jlo"""ay In Aucust W ednesday after :nd Monday In Novem- .. Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will praotlco hie profession In, this and adjoining counties. Commercial and Criminal 1'rnctlcu a Specialty. Barnes & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith Mtsn9. W. 11. Harms mini C. B. Smith announce Uwt tJioy liavo iforai- a iKirtmrslt'j) tcr iilto pinkjral prnc- ti!ce of leuv, exo crhnlna! und dtvor O.130S, Jlr. SnilUi being Comity Attar-iK- y it la juMvetMod fronu jiroctJclnB hucU ccnaos. Mr. Rinue will! IiuUvlduolly OfXIcxts in oocoitt such practioa Hartford Itejwbllain ford, Ky. building, Hart FRANK L.FELIX, ..., -.- Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In OhlS) and ndjolnlng counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty. Office In the Hex aid bulldlnK. -- Attorney YANCYL.MOSLEY, at Law HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In nil th Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Also Notary Public Offlco over First National Bank. USE THIS COUPON. Date HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky., Gentlemen: Attached is $1.25 for which send me The Hartford Republican one year; the Farmer and Stockman one year; and your four house)plants.j My Name is My Address is .."V,11 ,'P1,''l'. l;ordslHc, Tuesday nfter Tl.urur nfUT d iilffil!h,;"L ' " .Monduyy In August Thursday after " .na November. J. L.. I'atton, Itulph, Friday nfter Ind Monday in March, Friday day"a,y & J' f'Jay " 3nl rMon.' dlnNov?nfbl.r.tr,Jay n"Cr :"U iU"" -- 5 "Wb HAUTFOIIO POLICE COUKT. Wilson, h"Vr.1, us n.oiid .Monday Marshal In eiu muiiiu. Clny Comncll- -J' Williams, Mayor; . J?01".1"' C,crk: s- - K- i ... of Counni nurd. W. J. Bean, W. M. Fair lvn Taylor E. BIH..' E. P. .Moore. nwit. Chair. niM dT'u8-'- Taylor, Secretary. V r- - Ll U- - 1VnJ-II ' F. Loue?'' 11. 1 ' Pi?;-- Ju,,'. J"lin v'.t"0' J. Stevens, AND KILL the COUGH I CURE the LUNGS !.;? " are warmer. iV t'. -- Tre-as.- good way to prevent hens from Is overturning their drinking vessels, to punch a hoile In tho side near tho top of a tin pall or old tomato can and hang It up on a nail drivtn Into house the woodwork of the chicken about six Inches from the ground. He tho sure there nro no sharp edges to can, or that the head of the nail does not protrude more than half an Inch. Most of the methods of "breaking up' tiro hens from setting are cruel, and and distress tho Innocent hens who are Tho not to blame for their instinct. Dr. King's New Discovery w w.a AMD ItCLIGIOUS M. R. SERVICES. t? i New or Old Subscriber? v- - T-Uaiy.7',.,In.f' Church-Servimorn ni; ainl .v.nin,. - ,, -o.je ces fhlirV and evening Vwry f m and C,hl?d day l each month. Sunday School a. m. I'rayer meeting every CamM. All THROAT OUDS Trial Bottle Free AND LUNG TROUBLES. "3 GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY! OS MONEY REFUNDED. Jf nlav ,mV... ,r"m ".. Joiner, pastor? every Ssunday o.... . ouuuuy . ,nectln.' every ocnoolWedv- ,,I1U P. m. Adrress all Orders to HE SUGAR COOKIES. one Tws cups of granulated sugar, cupful ihortening, four eggs, cupful sweet milk, a pinch of salt, flavoring to suit taste, four teaspoon-ful- s baking powder, flour for soft dough. one-half BLACK CAKE. Two cups of brown sugar, one cup of molasses, one and a half cups butter, yolks of four egs, or thrco whole eggs, of a cup of boiling water and two teaspoons of soda; raisins, currants, citron and spices to taste. Flour to make a very stiff batter. two-thir- SPANISH HASH. Boll one cup of well washed rice In salted water. When done and whllo still hot add a tablespooufu! of butter l Put Into a frying pan a olive oil and brown llghtjy In it a minced onion. Add two cupfuls minced two cupfuls tomato, roast ono ollve-seeded juppc-chopped, twelve stoned and chopped nnd a tabclspoon-ful- l AVorceMcr sauce. Put In a casse role or any earthen baking dish a. layer of the rice, then the mint. Finish the top with grated chicso und cracker crumbs and bake tlowly flftrin minute's. Servo In dish. This makes a very Jiearty diih and is un excellent way of using up of of meat, llacaroni can bo used In place of rlco or bread irumbs can bo bubstltuted Mrs. Telford. be-er s left-oe-- kindest way Is tlio following: When It to stop their Inclination, is necessary place the hen In a nice clean coop, alono fresh with fresh grass, and all the meat cut fine that she will eat. Tho meat Immediately increases the egg nourishment, and while the hen is having a really good time. Is fast preparing New Thoughts for New Women. herself to commence laying eggs. It As there Is a new man, so must there will take but two or three days before woman be a new woman, Primitive having she forgets all about sitting, needed no endowment on her wedding other affairs to attend to. From March day. She had no widowhood. Her chilFarm Journal. dren were never orphans unless she died. She could take care of herself, and her The men Who Succeed. As heads of large enterprises of them. And the child be are children-a- ll it men of great energy. Success, today, longed entirely to its mother until demands health. To ail is to fall. It's belonged to Itself. utter folly for a man to endure a weak, The prlmatlve woman was nn Individwhen ual, half alive condition and like tho Norsemen of old, she Electric Bitters will put him right on owned no man as master. She worked his feet In short order. "Four bottles at all kinds of employment that tho did me more real good than any other human needs of herself and children medicine I ever took," writes Chas. B. required. a manuShe was a builder, Allen, Sylvanla, Ga. "After years of facturer, farmer, a cook, a maker of suffering with rheumatism, liver trou- clothing. She Invented and used her ble, stomach disorders and deranged hunt own Inventions. She, too, could kidneys, I am again .thanks to Eectrlc and fish as her own needs required. Bitters, sound and well." Try them. once felt that courage and struigth Only 50 cents at all druggists. m to meet every foe. The within run-dowAVo-m- HARTFORD Willi HARTFORD, KY. To exercise his right to the full extent of his power Is the tyrant's Joy. And divine gifts have been held no more sacred than have been appetite for food and drink. Woman's occupatlons-- of invention of useful things, her man- every fourth Sunday E1U-ew- - U- - Wi'islit r Ch.Vrc,'-ServI- cea first Sunday In month nt U a. m. , 7 Sunday Scool Vce V.hu'c!L-Scr- 5,m'!f!ltlS? Srcr pasor. Z. n :W " " m- '" P- - J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HART ORD. Y. Ohio County ...P ufacturing, her farming and teaching her many workers to work better were absorbed by man's great institutions of industries. Ana woman beenme a sex pmhnmontk M- - AUye Grlffln.Lady LU'a endleton. creature. Broad and lodging In exchange nSSSdKSie" Acme Lodge No. 339. I. o. O. F.. meats for what man willed. A standard of secoi.d .nd fourth Friday night In morals was crystallzcd Into laws that M Gran" would make a primitive mother rise In Mhl0m?' - 1??. IP.. Order Red fierce fight against such crime against day night In iveanes. each "'" ' month, mils Fos- Nature.-M- rs. Elbert Hubbard in u,, ' u' law' of iucordi. All Matters Given Prompt AttenSOCIETIES. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A Hartford Lodge No. C75, F. 4 A. M tion. meets first and third Monday night each month. Owen Hunter, Li SPECIALTY. P. Foreman Secretary. Keystone Chapter So. 110, n. A. M. meets every third Saturday night In H. I. McKK.VM'.T each month. John T. Moore High Priest; OTTO C. MAUTIN WH.s;r",8,f."8,Ky- - .. Mu. ei, v. u. a., meets second ..kv fourth Monday even- and iiV.i. Vfni ' IT '"uerson, w. M. Miss Miller Secretary. . Ifmiirl. l(lu. 1 n.l trA ,.a Pythias, meets every Tuesday c- - c-- JS?k- Niy Ky. oV 'Al& s?r Hartford' Tent No. S9, K. O. T. M.. meets every first and third Thursday night W. II. Gillespie. Commander. i oreman. Itecord Keeper. v r n -1'. An Sllnshlna Vllt.n HJ .. .! Life, Accident, SicK RlMll AV.PV firs. n 11.11 SECKET !:. a, --. .... Martin & McKenHey Hartford, General Insurance and Fire. ti Ky rVyetar'"0 WILL ALSO BOND YOU. JIc-Cal- l's Magazine. ,r nr.'o"r.'.ii "iuu,,s: ' WallaceT "I Suffered Intense Pains in My Left Side." for,1- Mill. .... jj- Sy'LV'ldJ0ur''''.turd.,y- -" " yommanV . U. ?.".,?nturt.r "' j. 4. Preston Morton Post No. before ,TW". n,.0.n"U ASh- nZZ.' ju. xtogers, wV....imuuci, A. S. of K. a. Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. WANTED ACTIVE MAN IN EACH LOCALITY To join this Society. Sick, accident, death benefits. And introduce our Memberships. Ail or spare time. $50 to $300 a month. Every Member secured elves you a steady monthly Income. Bspericnce not needed. Write for plans. Box Covington, Ky. JI-20- CREAMED CHICKEN. Boll until tender a full breaotcd pullet (Weighing about thrco pounds. Also ll two fcwoetbrt-uduntil they become 'white. Cut tho succtbrcads into very largo dice and tho chicken as well. Peel and btem one pound of fresh mushrooms and tauto them lightly In butter. Now rocJt one rounded tubhepoonful of butter and add to It an equal quantity of flour. When thcfco ur mixed smoothly, pour Into It gradually pint of scalded sweet cream and stir until It Is thick and smooth. Add your chicken bwoctbrtads and mushrooms, ttlr them well through and pour the whole into a buttered baking dish or lameklnB, sprinkle the top with crumbs ami do it with butter. Brown lightly and bake moJU.rut aheut twenty mlnutea Jo. a ar-bos one-half Where and when women first sold their birthright for a mess of pottage, I do not know. But when it was done, Uncle Ezra Says. man and woman both becamo pervert "It don't tako marc'n a gill uv effort ed, degeneruted. Man began to pay his to git folks Into a peck of trouble" unl obligations, mental, moral com and a little neglect of constipation, bullous, mercial In money or commodities. If you have any of the symptoms lie ness Indigestion or other llvtr derangeMrs. Gokey mentions, it is your drove good bargains, and wlUi tho evment will do tho same. If ailing, tuko er lnc reusing desire to get the most duty to protect yourself. Dr. King's New Life rills for quick for his money lie forgot the dlvlno Dr. MUm' Heart Remedy. results. Easy, safe, sure, and only ': use of his nature. Ills wife became first botcents at all druggists. m property too. She was his to use as he ispwhat you need. If the tle fails to benefit, your money is pleased. And his power, llmpk-sover C Ii Cr returned. Ask your druggist. ids family, made him tyrant. MILKS) MBOICAL CO., Wkhtrt, bU. FOR half-bottl- Nothing Is strango to him who has had a little (gall experience. If ricliso didn't liave wings but few high fljera would bo abroad in tho land. Theo newfangled gowns have one good point. When your wlfo threatens to go home to mother you can refuso to button her dress up tho back. Japanese army officers are testing a new bullet-proo- f coat Ju Invented by a native. It Is said that bullets fired from a revolver a a distance of feen make only a slight dent In the coat. twen-ty-fl- herself prlmatlve woman was a mother by her own desire. Nature was. her guide and of her own her family cares wcro Do you realize it is better to be choosing and did not exceed licr btrcngtli safe than sorry, that it is the best woman, This Individual was a free blessed by Nature whoso laws she obey policy to lock the stable door before the horse is stolen? ed. She nev.er bartered her divine powDr. Miles' Heart Remedy er of motherhood for easo and luxury. Tho mothers of the raco realized tho cured Mrs. C. C. Gokey, of a stubholiness of God's gift of ilotherliooJ. born case of heart disease, such as There is a story that I'jomethcus stole thousands are now suffering with. fire from tho altar of the Gods ami Read what she says: used fire for unnatural purposes. And "Before I began taking Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy I had been suffering he becamo sick In mind and body. I to from heart trouble for over five wept much and sore was taken to first years. I bad crown so weak that it was impossible for me to do thirty one hospital and thin unother. He reminutes work in a whole day. I pented and grieved for his tlns when suffered intense pains in my leftside It dlanapohs: Ind. National Officers: President M. F. Sharp. Narrsws Kv ' Vice Presldent-- J. M. Woods. t ... a n nua nArrAlflrv.Trcoaiifs. Fi!il5iP!lEfiS-,VE- state utneers: t?' H. H- - " " ln' k is the and STOMACH TROUBLE R wver best medicine ever soU ornggiata counter. ' fi0,?".?' linhArrftAn a. n county, sec- Treas. . O P. Wncnifti Ttrn.M ...j tuunly' bla,e Organise;. C. Allen, Henry county, Lat-tiGraven. Alien .m.iv i.Vi und rrr. e XtttT PresldentT c?";ll. county. Pres. coun,y v,ce u" '"" " . -- organizers: too late. Tho Greeks told his story that they might know that God's gifts are to be ubtd according to his laws. was and under the leit shoulder blade, I could nut sleep on the left side, and was so short ot breath that I thought I should never be able to take a full breath again. The least ex eitement would bring on the most distressing palpitation. I had scarcely taken a e of the Heart Remedy before I could see a marked change in cay condition. I began to sleep well, had a good appetite, and ira- 1 had so that Itrovedsis rapidly I waswhen completely bottles cured. MRS. C. C. GOKEY, Northfield, Vt Ohio County Officers: K. L. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Henry Pirtle. Sec. Hartford, Pam.Ky. Ky. D. Ford, Treas., Hartford, Ky. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henrv Leflrh. PhnlpmnM frn(fn.ii iw .1. L. B. Tlchenor. Hartford. H. i n. No 6. Ben Watson. War-rS- n a00"?1; c M. Darnett. Ohio coun-tBrooks, Bracken county; It. K. iv n?y. Hardin county, and J. Doss. Muhlenberg county. y, Board of Directors. " "" t SEEDS' '' "" fPECiALnrvf. ,,M " AtrlalwUr "MlJ Von -J" sucuarsseeNsucceeBi MP nafmsiisH -- .... .. yiwwi VUtlVUiCri tM. Writ mm to.imyt Mentha thl m m Pnr. .END 1Q CENTS 1 4. B. 2. M. 8. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. U. L. Alford. White Run. Ky. . Richard Plnmer, Taylor Mlnes.Ky. J. L. Brown, Itockport. Ky. ' oSfirtMOTi (Al POSITIONS' PUNTIFUL tjoeisYsitw '--" sr'rTtaS- -- - h a rein y s &0udhGnayi&aJiejjte W4 f " ' WWr""&.. Wlf,fyi -- 4 CASTORIA FLETCHER'S Ef tot Tyrant demand excess as their right. avmHaPi fNKOVN VEB5TEI& 1$; Shotby, 13; Simpson, Tayjor, 12; Todd, l;TrUir, Convention, 1912. 29; H; Trimble, 3; Union, 13; Warren, Cr the woman who experiences hot flashes nothing t so flood to soothe, quiet Wushlngton, IS; Wayne, 19; Webster, IS; and calm the nervous system a tt pure fllyccrio extract ol native medical plaata. II, 1912. Louisville, Ky.. (or the past been To tlio Republican Electors of Kentucky: Whitley, 40; Woodford, II; Wolfe, S. No. and made without alcohol, which has Doctortold by druggists Prescription. forty Pierce's Favorite In years, and most favorably known os G. Necessary to choice, younger In accordance with established custom of Delegates, years some women suffer from dizziness, or fainting spells, hysteria, Very Respectfully, bearing-dowfeelings and pain. Alt these symptoms of irregularity In obedlenco to tlio rules governing UT9. n and headache, and female disturbance are relieved by the use of this famous " Prescription" KenGEORGE W. WELSH, Ch'm'n. tlio Itcpubllcan Organization of of Doctor Pierce. ALVIS S. DENNETT, Scc'y. S3tl tucky, anil tlio official call of tlio reChildren. As a nowerful. invigorating tome "Favorite Prescription' imparts strength publican National Committee, the to to the whole system, and in particularworn-ou- t, tlio organs distinctly feminine. A Holdup Game Exposed. of aenintatea I'or Stato Central Committee teachers, milliners, dressmakers, seamstresses, " Rcforo you pay charges on an express Kentucky now directs that n State Conhouse keepers, nursing mothers, and feeble women generally, vention of delegated representatives of packngo ngnln. It might bo a good Idcn it is an excellent appetizing cordial and restorative tonic. Tarty of Kentucky be to mnko suro the charges havo not been "My dlvnso " ealW retroversion," writes Mrs. Lydia McDotf. tlio Itcpubllcan ALD, of Mecosta, Mich., Itoutol. "1 had nervous chills nnd numb, pells held In the City of Louisville, Kentucky, paid at tho other end. ALCOHOL 3 PKll ni'wi. rmd they would Icavo mo very weak. Then I hiul Inflammation nnd tho doctor tnld I had a floating kldnty. I doctored seven months with our Tho extent to which the express comat one o'clock p. m. standard time, AfcgeteWeIfopiuTtflonrds-slmiallnihcFoo(fantlRrtulfamily phvslci.tn. Ho snld I would havo to Imvo nn operation. Then I April, panies havo been robbing tlio peoplo stopped taklnc his medicine After inking; thrtti bottles of Dr. Pierce's on Wednesday, the tenth day of medicines I havo not had any nervous chills or weak spells. I am better A aal 1912, linn ffit tnaa. lingllicStomachsandOawclsor for the purposo of clectlns four by collecting charges at both ends of a "My daughter Is now taking tho Prescription' nnd Dr. Pierce e shipment, as revealed beforo the Interdelegates from tho Stato of Kentucky Golden Modlcal Dircovcry, nl,o tho 'Pellets ' for nervousness and weak, tired fecllnir. Theno rcmrdlta havo helped her ever so much In n shore, at large, nnd four alternnto delegates at state Commerce, commission, Is amaztime Wo havo great faith In your medicines for female troubles." largo to tho National Convention of the ing and outrageous. Dr. Pltrct't Pltasant Pellets Induce mild natural bowct movement. Hex. McDonald. PromolcsDigestionfhffifii1 In tho caso ono company alone It was Republican l'aity to bo held In ChicaS.WO 1912, shown that It mado ncss ;ind IfestjContain j neither go, Illinois, on Tuesday, Juno IS, OiriiMi.Morphine nor Mineral. and for the purposo of nominating two In ono day and collected In one year WOTNAnCOTIC. electors from raid State at large, to be G7,000 as overcharges. "- And In addition to tho cases of overvoted for at tho election to be held NoHAVE YOUR SUITS JtKrtitoUDcZwnmsa. charging which havo como to tho atvember 5, 1912. Airiu jw- tention of tlio commission. It Is believjlaJrma The delegates to said Stato ConvenJkMleUtt- shipments lire W. H. & J. F.GILLESPIE tion to bo held In the County Scat in ed that thousands of AmtStit comstandard paid for nt both ends of which the each County ut oho o'clock, Proprietors IHrrSrrl- the mission never hears, owing to .tho fact time, on April 0, 1912, except In Hint tho victims do not Know they are Dyecounties of Hell, lloyd, Campbell and T Am " being fleeced. Kenton, In which counties said convenAperfecl Remedy forOomflf reAn officer of tho company above of tions shall bo held In the cities lion , Sour Stonuch.Dlarrtoci ferred to admitted that tho system Mlddtesboro, Ashland, Newport nnd Cov "Worms jComwsions.FoTnslito Identify prepaid packages was ington respectively, and provided thnt ness anilLOSS OF SLEEP. faulty, but had no partlcualr apology to In Jefferson County said mass convenmake. FacSiniitc Signamreof AND REPAIR WORK tion shall bo held in each of tho wards "Domand for transportation cliarges on of tho City of Louisville, and for the declarM I.'LMIU county outside tho limits of wild city, prepaid shipments must cease," NEW YORK. ed Commissioner Lane, wjio was plainwhich later meeting may bo held In said complaint of this city. Ono dclcfinto shall be elected for ly provoked. "The express companies Is unifraction practlco by each one hundred votes of Gazette. thereof, amounting to fifty or over, cast versal'' Leltchflcld Guaranteed underlie roodo MtfUHdglJta such (or tlio Republican electors In Paint Lick Sick Lady. Exact Copy of Wrapper. In county at tho Presidential election THt oiitu commit, cs rea eirr. Hartford Pressing Glif.. Paint Lick, Ky. Mrs. Mary Free190$. Tlio form of voting at said county man, ot this place, says: "Before 1 v mi Y. M. C. A. BLDG., or wanl mass Convention shall be by commenoed to take Oardul, I sufferthe ballot In each county In which KY: ed so much Xrom womanly trouble,, I county committee provides for tho elecwas so weak that I was down on tion of tho county committeemen by. ball my 'back nearly all the time. Cardul at county or ward mass conventlons.niid has done me more good than any said election of delegates In counties medicine I ever took in my life." will GUARANTEE you n position If you by which elect county committeeman many moro We nood You need not be afraid to take Car at onco to supply tho enormous domand county or ward mass conventions shnll for our graduates. As) soon as we got tho required dul. It Is no now experiment Com be held by tho same officers who connumber of studonts this oflorwlll be withdrawn. So posed of gentle-actinherb Ingrediwrlto at onco for particulars. duct the election of county committeeents, it has been found to safely elect man In counties which do not headache, backache, and similar s, i cunty coomtnltteo by ballot the form Try It for your female troubles. of voting for such delegates shall be A-- 5 troubles. viva voce. COLLEGE Tho Republican Congressional District Who Owns Letter. OEO, XV. HCIUVAHTZ ! Committee of each Congressional district Not so long ago it came beforo l KY, Mticti-KRTAni.iRiir.n imu Good Service. as now constituted, will, as directed, by tho United States rostofflce auNational thorities to settle tho question of the call of tho Itcpubllcan MEETS Committee, meet and direct the holding whether a letter once mailed is still of a congressional district convention the property ot the sender, or be Buekbee's "Full ot Lift" Northern Growa m sllc, dlsttict for tho purpose of ulect- longs to to whom it is tlio person successful growing behind tlicia. 'it pa U .iig two district delegates and two alter addressed. authorities ruled Tho bLinl the test mato a man should do only necessary sticks and a billion sticks were shipp-nates to said National Convention, and that tlio sender was the owner Seasonable Specialties: anl physical work; to ed by freight the consignment and tliat a good would BBANS . Jj 50 Bushel said commltteo Is hereby directed that n. letter does not belong to the Earliest Red Valentine . will get a weapon Into your hand call for twelve cars, their capacity be. . J3.J5 Bushel provide In its call for tho election of RelURt-- e Kxtra Early addressee until delivered to him. New Slringless Green Pod . Ij.70 Bushel a ing taxed to the utmost. so quickly convenient and ln so 0110 member of the State Central ComBushel Wardw ell's Imp. Kidney Wax tlio writer has a right Therefore. INTERNATIONAL Davis New White Wax . . I4.75 Bushel position that you will lose no time. I acFrom tho days when John tho Bapmittee and for tho nomination of one to reclaim possession of Currle's Kust l'rool Wax . fc.50 Bushel and regain are some- tist preached on the banks of tlie Rivknowledge tho elector, to bo voted for at said Nation- any mall PEAS. . J3.50 Bushel ho can matter, provided Kxtra Early Alaska . times very skillful at this; but I do den er Jordan down thru the ages to tho al lUection. New Early Gradus.. . . . I5 50 Bushel prove, of course, that he was tlio Horsford's Market Garden . Jj..V Bushel The present time seems a fay cry. But it that there is no loss of time. that writer of It. And It Is hereby recommended Lightning Express J5.00 Bushel v . Buckbee's THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? Instant ot distracted attention while re- Is scarcely more than a billion minutes. delegates said district conven-- . Lettuce. Rs4bh, Tomato and a full line of c:,1. Plant, ami Hulha at lowest prowlnira Driees. tho bo elected to the same time and ln Even after tho letter lias arrived ceiving a weapon, the necessary of recol A dollar In silver Is sufficiently fafa a HEW CBEA- it at list of Hon destination, Send (or complete catalogue or submit nt tho office, which is Its TION, eorerinx every your requirements ana win quote prices. lectlng the nervous correlation after the miliar. A billion of them, stacked upon Held of the world'! thought, the same manner as the delegates to and before it has been delivered to Buy direct from the power Save Money. The only transfer, very often mark Just the dif- another, would tower skyward nearly action and culture. Write today. Mention this paper. said State Convention. the addressee. It may be recalled by nets' unabridged dictionary if. a sure Instinctive snap 250 miles. Placed edge to edge ln a many years. through tho ference between Said State Central Commltteo further the writer by .telegraph shot and a lost opportunity. It stands straight line they would extend from 13G3BartbtSt., iKkford Sere Fsrei. Kockferf.la directs that except as hereinafter promailing office. orer 400.000 RetsHM dsflnss nn ,Vian aw to reason that the man with the rifle In New York to Salt Lake City. To count tCnif a t regulations require, flee vided, in each and every county the new Tho Postof before appeared between two his hand reacts Instinctively, in one mo- this number of dollars, counting one dolcovers, ajoo 1'ageM. 6000 that the strictest care bo members of the Republican County Com of course, If lar during working hours at every tick tion, to get his weapon Into play. mitt eo shall bo elected by precinct meet- taken by the postmaster at the office has the gun, ho must of the watch, would consume utnety-fiv- e tlio it U the osly dlotlonary ings, which precinct meetings shall bo of mailing to ascertain that the peryears. Or If land could be bought first react to pass it up; the master must with the new dlrided held at 2 o'clock p. m., standard time, son who desires to withdraw the let"Stroke of Oenlua." Sage. receive It properly; and then, and not for a dollar an acre this sum would promptly obtalnsd la ad S on Saturday, May i, 1912, in tlio manner ter Is really the ono who Is entitled may go on from where tho purchase more than half the territory It fa an enojolopedla la all countries, or no f ca. wa obtain PATE NTS postmaster Is re- until then, the to do so, prescribed In Rule 2nd of Rules of and the THAT Alua4TtrtlMUim thoroughly, at our MBaaa. .. UiSA lUtWUVl other man began. As for physical labor ot the United States, or all of It lying-easipanae, anaeip you to delivers Republican Organization of Kentucky; sponsible for Ills error If he Band uxxIaL photo or sketch (or FRCC report It ii aocepted by the tropics; If a grown man cannot of a line drawn thru .Wyoming anl on patentability, to yean practioa. gun. county in the letter to an Impostor or to an In the except, however, that in each Courts, Schools and Tor trse Ouids without discomfort or evil effects carry New Mexico. The bullion In tlUs sum AMINO RlrCFlENCCB. jness m tae one supreme Book on ITolltabla I'aunU write to which county commltteo determines that unauthorized person. d rerifle, he Is too feeble to ot money would weigh 31,250 tons 03-gStwartth though, an commitsuch members of such county It Is a very rare case go out at all. In a long "Western oxporl quiring for shipment 2.0S3 freight cars, wwaaiiiHiiTaJWI. P. ha who know Wiai setee shall be elected by county or ward where a sender has been ablo to Saeoeaa. Let ua tsll ence I have learned never to be sepa- drawn by 104 locomotives tlie combined you about thla new work. when It Is mailed to mass conventions, such mass conven- cure his letter my weapon; and I believe length ot the trains being fourteen at a person in the same city ln which rated from tions shall be held ln such county the continuance of this habit In Africa miles. To coin tho silver Into, dollars tlio same time and place at which del- It la posted. At the present day the , warn t HMiMa r at aftM saved me a good number of chances.'' at the mint during working hours would & C IMUUAII CO.. KUhkn, SerhcfhU. Nut. I egates are elected to said State Con- system of handling the mall Is of years. consume nmety-sl- x hatMHT.meWeW as MuKmin I 6. such a rapid nature, on Saturday, April that it spends vention, Fiylns Men Fall. earth Our sun Is distant from the p. M. standard time. kidvery little time in the postofflce, beat ono o'clock Victims' 4o stomach, liver and about 95,000,000 miles, and when Its rays Tlie number of delegates to said State fore It la In the hands ot a letter ney troubles Jusrt. tlkie other people, sunlight is about delivery. wilbh Mke resulbs In toss of appatlto, reach the earth the Convention apportioned to each of the carrier on Its way to final eight minutes old. Were the sun disvarious counties of Kentucky, la as fol- If this is the case, ono's chanco of backache, inerivousnaas, headache, and tant from us a billion miles, upon Its recovering a piece of mall Is slim. fooling. But lows: tired, ttaticee, mickue'S bulbs succeed) ' arrival on the earth its light would be thiene is no need to Mai Ukie tihoit bjs considerably Adair, 19; Allen, 19; Anderson, 10; Bal- By E. M. McConvllle. ravSPECIAL OFFER more titan two months A ' M.im. ta li.Ua Masr Baalaaaa. cua.' 1 T.. D. Peebles, Henry, Train., waved old. lard, 7; Barren, 23; Bath, 15; Bell, M; F. trial will niiks you a poraawvirt r tom.r. lUtlaf aetlon auaranteod or you ' Saved Her Own Life. Boone, 6; Bourbon, 23; 'Boyd, 29; Boyle. "Six UattloB ot Bliec'unlc Birtitars" he The speed of MeCAaX PATTCKNS anniia Vsmfunguasl. rifio ball upon an avCelebrated for style, perfect til, simplicity sod 15; Bracken, 11; Breathitt, 16; Brecken-rldg' Saaveair Cell.ctlo." ; Lebanon Jet, Ky. Mrs. Mlnmlo writes, "did more to elve me now erage is half a amile a seoend. Were It JiSL reliability nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly tUaWWaigagTHWrBm.ajMUtt.Jalt. al1 every city and town in the United States and 26; Bullitt, 7; Butler, 23; Caldwell. Lamb, ot this place, eayB, "I believe strangtih and good nppetoto than possible to discharge such a ball at a LaaaSaaV!ZlaiMo(kaaL., iSwEialll. Canida, or by mall direct. More sold than S4.1E. Mia, ram. tiui, tutanM any other make. Send for free catalogue. 15; Calloway, 8; Campbell, 70; Carlisle I would navo been dead beforo now, bad other Btomach remedies I uaad," So man -- " "w,- u-' a billion miles away he would to McCALtTS MAGAZINE dits foUy 5; Carroll, C; Carter, 20; Casey, 19; Chris- it not been for Oardu. I haven't had they help evenyhody. havo ample time to dodge. His descendMore subscribers than any othet fashion will magtilne million a month. Invaluable. Lat- tian, 40; Clark, 19; Clay, 20; Clinton, 11; one of those bad spells since I com- sultfier when this great lumjcdy twenty-fou- r generations after est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, Crittenden, 17; Cumberland, 12; Daviess, menced to uae your medicine." Car-d- ui help you from Kihe tMrat dosie. Tin' It. ants for plain sewing, lancy needlework, halrdresslng, him would have ample time to do the etiquette, good stories, etc. Only GO cents a 39; Edmonson, 13; Elliot, 6; m Is a specific medicine for the Only GO oanta at all drugghiX Estill, 13; same. For tlie ball would be 800 years year (worth double), including a tree pattern, a 10; ilia that women Oardul is bubscribe today, or send for sample copy, Fayette, 47; Fleming, 20; Floyd, suffer. on Its Journey. Billion. Meaning of a WONDEarUL INDUCEMENTS vegetable in- 3; made from harmless . to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue Franklin, 1C; Fulton, 6; Gallatin, Brflaiita nflaslltnaswa or. a, ' seconds of time measures .. Ono million You- - can say goodbye to constipation ibbi anniBn and new cash prize offers. Address reolentB. it Is a safe, reliable mediGarrard, 10; Grant, 11; Graves, 17; Q .' MklM LR. aeeartaa.nx. 13; Greenup, successfully used by suffer- about eleven days. With this fact be- with a clear conscience it you use Cham III KcCiU. CO, 2M te M W. 17 St. MW VHK 21; Hancine, 21;Green, might berlaln's Tablets. Many Jiave been percock, 11; Hardin, 19; Harlan, II; Harri- ing women for more .fchan fifty years. fore the mind, the average man drugy bo asked to say. How much is a ibllllon manently cured by their uso. For sale by JA 23; Henry, tor sale at all Try son, 10; Hart, 20; Henderson, OVCR YEARr seconds? Tho answer would bo various all dealers. m A3 gists. 7; Hopkins, 23; Jackson, 14; Hickman, EXPERIENCE a s and most ot them far astray. For a 13; John19; Jefferson, 272; Jessamine, d-llr- n Frefers to Carry His Own Gun. billion seconds more than equals thirty son, 23; Kenton, 64; Knott, $; Kiox, Magazine, yoars. The mind can form no adequate FOR FLETCHER'S 23; Larue, 10; Laurel, 20; Lawrence, 21; American In the March distincLee, 12; Leslie, 11; Letcher, 12; Lovvls, Stewart Edward Wilte tells the story conception of vast number. The seem 10; Logan, 25; Lincoln, 19; Livingston, of the first Hon he over shot. In con- tion between a million and a billion Tram Marks 23; Lyon, 8; Madison, 32; Magoffin, 10; nection with his roport of this adven- slight, but we can appreciate the contras Call The Republican office, phone DCBMNa tlm,e, 10; COiVRtMT Ae. ture, he makes tho following Interesting presented by tho two measures ot Marlon, 13; Marshall, 12; Martin, 123, whoa you nave an item ot iww. a tketea and deaortptlon may Mason, 21; McCracken, 30; McLean, Aaron sendlnf eleven days and thirty years. comment: an by -j This favor will be appreciated ouloSlr asoartaln our opluloo fraa wbathar I wrreiav-- a, vi"at narasngsway arvw fiivaiitton lsirobaUypatatW.f'''g"nlca. I Du.l..ii fJCKI WUI A recent writer lias Instituted some f, "Now tho habit In Africa is to let tloiu strictly CfliiMautlaL WIBliia on Patauti Meade, 9; Menifee, C; Mercer, It; the publishers and by the patrons of santrra. carry all your guns. comparisons which' Indicate "'the mean-In- s the sauar. 13; Monroe, 19; Montgomery, -- ..-,Hi your 27ti. mast Ha awnaw ' riaw t.ataa... . Wrtlaoroomaiouaa ot a billion. aai Morgan, 14; Muhlenburg, 31; Nelson, II; You yourself strldo along hand free. It -;U BUkta individual y are The cry Is now tor tho there On all the earth WUH HVlVrl V Nicholas, 11; Ohio, 33; Oldham, 6; Owen, Is an English, idea, and Is pretty generalIn Queen Elizabeth's r 7; Owsley, 12; Pendleton, 12; Ferry, 13 ly adopted out there by everyone, of more than a billion Inhabitants, but not drinking cups. A hanoaonisil niaaaraifa waaaiy. jjsness cuhttlon of any ac4ntlM louroo- - j arnis. m a banquet table time every guest at a much more. raar, JouraionUuhH ioM byaewsdaaiars. Pike, 36; rowel!, 7; PulaskJ, 45; Robert- whatever nationality, They will explain C8.MtlNaw'NiwjQrk If a bos of matches .contains fifty brought Ids own spoon with hun. son, 4; Rockcastle, IS; Rowan, 10; Riu- - it to you by saying that in such a ctl- - Official Call for Republican State sell, 13; Scott, G; 9; Spencer, For The Nervous Woman CASTORIA For Infanta and The Kind You Have Always Bought over-workc- a, run-aow- n, shop-girls- ," -- iS3 wm 'ml a Bears the Signature of W rmS over-charg- aSSSSfSaasak..a iV i GILLESPIE BROS. In Cleaned I Pressed aasa.sssstStaassSSSi Use - For Over B LACKSMITHING Repairing and ing neatly done. Ladies work given Thirty Years special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and a 1 CASTORIA Horseshoeing a Specialty. en delivered. month. Club rate $1.00 per POSITIONS GUARANTEED Hartford, - Ky. HARTFORD, WE g, vo 7&pw. yi JAMES & CO., Pirst Class LiverymaH Centertown, BUSINESS - Kentucky. ioursvit.i.K. a SEEDS sd U-i- Prompt Attention and TRANSFER ALL TRAINS, New gun-bear- er Dictionary 1 gun-beare- rs "" H. W. BUCKBEE ".. ...... anau r1 gun-bear- TRADE-MARK- st tlertr. Og ""? Stret, p. eight-poun- to-w- BULB run-dow- n e, Uli5,ara wi 4L aCt.1. aUaM-TU- r.!- !" ftr nay-so- n, to-da- Ijjjnjra $cktttlc linrkiit Cry CASTORIA IB!WSWSH "."'L assf m a 1- -- Met-cal- . .. 1 litfKthlsfftl?" gun-bcaro- rs D mm t i, , -- '" ' iJh l ltILI, 'UJ "jS" Stewart's Reduction 23, March 8, to March At Beaver Dam, Ky., 1.49 1Q12, Ladies Skirts $1.50 2.50 3.00 5.00 In order to revive our business for the dull months, we Big Bargains in Clothing Bovs' $1.50 Suits Boys 2.00 Suits Boys' 3.00 Suits Boys 5.00 Suits Men's 8.50 Suits Mens' 10.00 Suits 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. $1.24 2.49 3.9S 6.48 7.48 9.98 11.98 1.49 1.98 89 will make the following Low prices. All All All All Motions and Furnishing: Goods Paper of Pins Paper of Safety Pins Handkerchiefs Mens Linen Collars Hose for Men, Women and 2c 2c 2c each Gc each Gc Gc A Few Dry Goods Prices Children Towels All 35c Underwear All r0c Underwear 50c Dress Shirts 75c Dress Shirts $1 Dress Shirts pair each 25c 33c 45c 69o S9c Best Standard Calico 5c yard 10c Gingham 9c 12Jc Gingham lie Hope Bleached Domestic . . . . 9c A big: line of all kinds of Dress Goods at big: reductions. ... Prices on Shoes and Slippers. . Values Values Values Values $ .75 All All All All All All $1.23 Shoes and Slippers 1.50 Shoes and Slippers 2.50 Shoes and Slippers 3.00 Shoes and Slippers 3.50 Shoes arid Slippers 4.00 Shoes and Slippers $1.10 . . 1.24 . . 1.9S . . 2.49 .. .. 1.25 1.50 2.50 2.9S 3.43 Grocery Specials See our nice Druggets and Carpets We have lots of Spring Ginghams in stock They all go. Arbuckles Coffee Loose Roast Coffee G Bars Red Wrapper Soap . . G Bars Clean Easy Soap . . 25c box Butter Milk Soap .... .... Just think of it! All these poods vat half price. We have a nice line of Coat Suits for Ladies. Wonderful Men's Hats at Big Reduction. Our large line of Men's Hats duced 25 to 50 per cent. re- and Queensware. Reduction in Overcoats and Cloaks 'way Down See our Bargain Shoe Counter for biggest bargains. The above are only a few sample prices. All through our Big Stock you will find them. V. M. ST:E3"7S7".A.:EIT cfe COMPANY, THREE HUSBANDS ARE HER PUZZLE Thought One Husband Was Dead, Beaver Dam, her marriage with the way to legalize Sweeney. Sweeney Is tlio joungest son of James J. Sweeney, a leading member of tho Ovvensboro Kir. While he was a solduty during the night rider dier on j troubles In Western Kentucky, ho mar ried a young woman of Princeton, Ky., K but they were divorced after a jear. Ueorge 1". Itude, the third husband, has been boatdlng at 1J$ West Chest40, nut street, but has gone back to Lib4? erty, Ind., his former home. j X5.orLtxi.ol5.y- - IT . ' "GAME" FOR r SPOILS for drect primaries now Jut hecause they have contemptuosly refsed to grant tlut demand In the past. fight There necr was a stralghter waged for tlio principle of popular rule than that which wo are now waging. Wo are fighting against Intrenched privilege, both political privilege and financial privilege. We believe If gv len n fair, chance the people w 111 declare against both politTherefore, ical mid financial privilege. we demand that they be given that fair chance. "If tho peoplo decide against us we will bow cheerfully to the decision, confident that they will In the end see that the cause for which we fight Is Indeed the case of human rights and human welfare. Cut we very emphatically object here In this democracy and within the confines of the Forty which claims Abra 1mm Lincoln as its national founder, to having tlie Issue decided acalnst us, not by the people, but by the spoils politician and pattonage-monger- s who are engaged In defraudlnstho American people out of their first and most element ahlght the right of self government. Slneerel jours, "THEODOIti: ItOOSCVKI.T. "The Hon. Jos- - jih M. Dixon, Senator of the United States, Washington, D. C." 1 SIX ROSE BUSHES FREE I & c (Continued follows: from First Page.) tfi gj Should election laws be framed but Made Mistake. with a view to tlie inUMcsts of politician & J or should election Jaws lie framed with a. view to carrying out tlio popular will? o The Louisville I'ost sas: "We liavo on tlio one hand.Mr. McKlnley $? ISO CREEK and Mr. Campbell and the reactionary eleseason. tanI'or a complicated matrimonial 40, Owing to the Inclement weather ment for whom they stand, nu element gle It would be liard to equal that In som s are not very busy farming, which lias made It evident that they pre M. few plant beds have been burned. which nineteen year-ol- d Mario ! These excellent roses consist of the Etoile de France.red; er to see tlio llcpuhllcin party ruined Lewis Is Involved, and which she ins Farmers are busy pooling poultry nt My Maryland, pink; "Kaiserin Augusta Victoria, creamy rather than to seo It made again what asked the local courts to unravel for this writing. We hope they will get a 40 white; Etoile de Lyon, golden yellow; Clothilde Soupert, & J3 it was In tlio days of I.lncoln.and on the her. good price for It this .spring. & j white and pink tinted; Everblooming Crimson Rambler, other hand thou who believe that tlio Mrs. Levl, as she Is known, though Health In this community Is very good brightest crimson. j IJepubllcnn party can and shall be made she could lay claim to other names, with the exception of a few, who are now what it was made under Lincoln a ? & finds herself at her early age with no somo better nt this writing, especially Kreat Instrument for the achievement of less than thiee husbands on her hands, Mrs. J. 11. Ward, who has been very Send us $1.25, within the next ten days and we will ex- - j righteousness Ihiough the rule of the without having been separated legally sick. Wo are glad to hear she Is Imtend your subscription to The Hartford Republican for one jilain people. Wo regard the present con a proving. from any of them. She has had year, and the Farmer and Stockman one year. For your j lest not as a contest between Individuals fourth husband, but this marriage was l'toiii what we can learn Wardtown 4g promptness we will send you charges prepaid, the six rose for we aro not concerned with the wedissolved. and Mrs. 1'. A. Moxley surely carried plants advertised above. Address all orders to lfare of any p irtlcular lndlvldal, nelth.T &f eggs 42 of off tlie blue ribbon for marketing Tho young woman's explanation iwitli mine nor vv Ith tint of any other man THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, this state of affairs may be summed thiough January mid February. but as a contest between these two rad up thus. one man but She married Mr. Bob Blown, of Llvormore, was In 43 & Ky. icalVy different lews of the function of hearing that this marriage was a this vicinity this week on business. Mules for Sale. rpi3!tics In a gicat demoeiaey. she Then Mrs. B. S. Chamberlain was called to W USE THIS COUPON IN ORDERING ROSES Two good work mules for sale at my farce sho married again. JJ "Therefore-- , wo demand that States like learned that the other tnaniage was tlie bedside of lier nlete. Miss Jesse Michigan, New York. Massachu- farm three miles south of Beaver Daii:, Illinois, & Date legal after all, so sho considered the Sanderfur, of near Llvermorp, List week. setts be given tlio clianco to e.press their Kentucky. The Hartford Republican, subsequent marriage Invalid, and nho is very 111. JJ E. W. B.VKEK. preference in pi evidential primaries as to 31tf Some- of tlio bos In this community when she heaid that tlio first husband Hartford, Ky. 42 vrhom they wish for Piesldent. I'ractI was dead sho considered herself freed liavo Joined the Corn Club. Success to 01 Enclosed find for which extend my sub- - & SMALLH0US caJIey tho entire body of professional poll from both bonds and married again. them. 02 scription to The Hartford Republican for one year, and the Quito a crowd of sorrowing tlejan.s ate pitted against us In this con friends Farmer and Stockman one year from the date now shown on ta Now, to her consternation, she has School at this place closed February $ test, ami In e cry State and in evei y con and relatives met at Equality church learned that all three .husbands are which was under the ninagenient of Prof f? my mailing tag. For my promptness, send me free of & of ajreaslonal district they are led by the Saturday to pay tho Jast tribute charge your six Everblooming Roses. 2 &f alive and all the marriages seem to C. B. Shown, who taught a successful officeholders who, with tho example be- respect to Mr. S. T. Hunter, who died 49 fct legal have been under ceremonies. school. Hope tho Trustees will bo forMy name is fore them of what was done In connec- at the home of his son, Mr. C. O. Hun Mrs. Lewis' history is as follow.s: tunate enough to secure him to teach 43 Af Ho tion with the nominations for local office ter at Hartford, Ky., March S. daughter of Philip K. another term. My address is tT She Is tlie 4 3n North. Oaro'lna, aro woiklng as wo leaves a wife, one son and one daughprinter on a newspaper at Mr. Monnle Barnard surely has gone 43 ter who are both married and two sis Gross, a Jiave rarely seen them work jn American , New orjold subscriber? ?f Terre Haute, Ind. In ltS she married Into the Dairy business for It has been 02 political life. Anal n st such forces it ls.ln ters and a brothr to mourn ills loss. of when she was fifteen reported they made sixteen liounds Carl Layman, Mrs. Jennie Ball and son Otha, who iiny event, diffleult enogli for the ordl years old. Her parents objected to this butter last week from two Jersey cows. In inary p'.iin citlens, who liavo only the nro visiting friends and relatives marriage and succeeded In having It Who can beat that? jjLneral welfaro at .heart to win. But It thU vicinity will return to her homo annulled. Success to the Ilepubllcan. become we,ll nlgJi Impossible for thoso at Ccntertown tills evening. LABOR LEADERS 10W to sho eloped In September, plain cltl.eiis to give expression to tho Mosdames Will Fulkerson and Novel BALD KNOB. Lewis, of with Clyde H. Kveily who havo been visiting Mr. John Paris, 111., popular will whtn tlicrolsno poplar neighborMarch 11. Health In tills She says her husband Witlirow- - and fnmlly have retuined to Terre Haute. ARE INDIGNANT hood Is not vury good at this writing left her a month later, and sho was "The convention system In our party their home at Cleaton. daughMrs. J. A. Davis Is visiting her told tho marriage at Paris waa not a Mr. Joe Bullock Is on tlie sick list. was founded on tho theory that It would ter, Mrs. Luella Shields, of Oak Grove, Miss Kitle Hawkins will arrive tills real marriage, but a farce. represent and not thwart tho popular All Labor Bills Turned Dowo went to Indianapolis and was at tills writing. Sho wUL. When, is Is too often now the cas evening, from Hartford for a few days omployed Mr. K. P. Sanderfur, Jim Smith, Jim In a store there when sho visit to relatives here. it Is turned into an Instrument to bo Smith and Luther Ind., Howard, Charlie met George F. llude, of Liberty, used for tho direct overthrow of tlio pop Itude was married at tlie time, but ho Leach are putting up a farmers mutual xilar Hill, then It is not representative but fell In lovo with Mrs. Lewls.and when telephone. In their home. thoroughly and mlschlevosly inlsrepro-sentatlv- o 3 he secured a divorce from his wife lie Prof. Alfred Stewart, of Balzetown. of tho jttrty and of the people. will begin a singing school at Mt. Pleasher. married Mere in New York, for instance, tho ma Frankfort, Ky., Maich' 10 Threats of next 5th Sunday. learned Unit her ant Then Mrs. Lewis chines of tho two paitles liavo daughter, reprisals by union labor against tho Mrs. J. II. Torrcnco and marrlago to Lewis was legal after all. to diaw up u primal y law which are State Cora, spent Saturday night and Sun- Democratic 1'arty In the For This, sho thought, rendered her mar.imposes on tlio people a system so being by represent made union day at Mr. J. W. Taylor's. riage to Itude Invalid, so sho left Itude 0 Involved, jib to make It imposatives here, becauso of tho falluro re made in black or tan. The Mr. Bllsha Payton Is much better. and came to Louisville. sible to get a lair expression of public brightest, truest black, the up of tlie General Assembly to pass laws Mr. Itoy Williams Is able to be and Ton Then sho heard that Lewis had been again. designed to nld the worklngiuun. They sentiment and vciy difficult to get any Caused richest, softest tan. The colore In the She thought West. drowned expression of public sentiment at all. Tho are at soft as the tints of the Restored by piomlses of Uov. of quoto the Mrs. Pig Porter and son Claude, that, with Lewis dead and her marsetting sun. jirewnt primary luw In New Mexico Is legislation Cromwell, visited her parents Mr. and crnor SlcCnonry to further rlago to Itude Invalid, she was nt lib MaoV to fit over tha toes, at tht adapted to achieve Its purpose and Mrs. II. L. Taylor and other relatives favorable to tlio working classes, Mr. W. H. erty to marry again, so on December bel, in. he sole, over the ankle, tor its puiposo Is to prevent the people Housloy, say that In the next gubernatorial camweek. round the calf, at the knee and full S3 last she went to Joffersonvlllo with here last front controllgln party organizations or Qroenrlllo, looks llko winter has began In ear- paign, In 191S, these piomlses und the at tbe top. A light weight stocking James J, Sweeney, a young man from It having their say In patty nominations, Tonnessco, negative results will be mudo a leading that won't pull or tear to the auaja nest again from tho looks of the They wero married by Ovvensboro, Ky. and tug of hose aupportcrs. and to ptescrvo such eouttol and mall writes: They nro puttlcularly uiouscd issue. Magistrate Hay. "Five years domination puicly for the class uf over Uie defeat of tlio Umploycrs' Liabil Misses' One gauge - ;. ago I took a Chamberlain's Cough llemedy has won ity Bill and other legislation proposed politicians. A llttlo later, Mrs. Lewis, now Mrs. SWsaaaal ; 3?S3saaaa1 very severe aaaKki: aaawJf.A,:' HlaM Sweeney, learned tliat Lewis was not by Its remarkable cures of coughs.colds for tho safeguarding of the Uves "It Is Idlo to suy that It is too luto to and 4 pairs in a bos at which, dead, and that their marrlago liad been by Its remarkable cures of coughs.codls health of employes. $1.00 per boa. nial.o the change wo usk. Our opponents cold Thu coal minors resulted In legal. Sho thus found herself married and croup. It can bo dopended upon. 'Cr have voiced a special grievance over tho uie themselves to blame for tho fact that la grlppt. I Mtoeea' to three men. it. Sold by all dealers. in tho demand has not been granted sooner never wan falluro to enact laws looking to the preIn an effort to adjust her affairs Vot a long time for over eighteen month so bad off. X vention of mine disaster. De Luxe, extra fine Right Kind of Recall. Mrs. Lewis filed two suits In the Jefgauge mercerized, S was In bed in the Stato of New Yoik, for Instance UNIONS WILL, OKOANIZK. palre in a box, $1.00. One seeks a ferson Circuit Court. For oneo tho Ki'glster Is hi favor of Some of theso labor leaders say thoy oicry progressive, every filend of really from Lewis. The other asks that the recall the teeall of every member propose.pi lor t .the next Stato election, ilpulnr government, lus been demandlin; weeks, and Ladlea' rlbbe4 when did tho marriage with Itude bo declared of the House or Senate who has claimed to canvas the organize Stato and a system of genuine direct pihnulles set up II had becauso of tlie fact tlut the to be a Protectionist In tlio past who strong union labor polltlciU clubs. These Invalid, Whenever wo liavo failed to get this sys venr atactic, Spake la tonailMla a box at $1.00 per box. husband, from whom sho had not been now favors a revision of the Tariff down clubs will not only buck a "dependable" ton such falluiu Is due to the action of and o r Mr. W. H. Houaley. separated, was living at the time. ward as figured, not by Uio Democratic man for Governor, say tho leaders.but tho reactionary whoso aim U to throat Out Ue la Mack e When a reporter for the Evening low Tariff members, but by u tlie peoplu from ootitt oiling they will "put the union sticker" on tho for extra atout ladies, "I tried to cure this for eighteen 3 pairs ia a boa fot to wildcli they belong, who months, but it gradually got worse. A Post called nt the apartments in The commission, if commission it mn prop- personnel of the next Assembly, and fcuvper thoroughly dlstiust tho people and do not doctor advised me to have my tonsils Gaston occupied by Mrs. Lewis, sho erly be called. Tho only proper name fo "thus provide a means tor securing legiscommission lation demanded by a.U the people. In their tight to tule. And now cut out, but I did not like the Idea. was lying on a sofa, as she said she it would be a bankruptcy believe these men, who have thus prevented tho Another doctor examined me, and told had been prostrated by the stato of for tlie adoption of it report will moan me the same thing. Anally got a hot- - affairs which she finds herself and bankruptcy unless Uie country lias beWhea you want Job prioMng dona. jpcople from Betting direct prlmarles.de-lxuui- J tla e9 DoMina nnd I . afla T had Hartford, Ky. she has received. Ileipubilcasr She come financially so strong under Protec- don't targtit that Th that thoy bo ullowed to remain the ona hnttla m'v thnut waa Wlor I I the Pub"cltlr n does olaasy iwork, and the Ktaaawie 'beneficiaries of their own wrong and ask bought and used a dozen bottles, and ,hope the court wUl rellove ,,er from tion that It can weather any . upwrA'uoua husbands and clear rmsaapblia. (la.) Register. 27tif W I WM going to get Well, and I dld,, her bo excused froiu granting tlie demand one-year-o- and Another Marriage Invalid, J jj We are going to assist the mothers, sisters and wives of our readers in improving their home surroundings by de- Hvering positively FREE six choice EVERBLOOMING ROSE BUSHES, and we want every one who reads this advertise- ment to take advantage of our offer. The plants we have selected are strong bushes which will produce great masses of beautiful flowers through the entire growing l V J far-m- et j? Jj Jj The Roses Described. jj How to Get the Roses fj ij Hcirlford, . g ' Jj g - g fj 4 ... Z y. At BAD CASE . com-bio- s, OP CRIP Womei aid Misses Sore Throat silitis. Penina. tan imsHHaWaH "H several IPallllH pie-ve- paityor-ijatilzatlo- Free-Trad- f atn BARNARD ft CO.. m storm.--Marlo- Jk 1.