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The Hartford republican: March 22, 1912 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1912 hao1912032201_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: March 22, 1912 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Fine Job Work. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 3d EIGHTY MEN .,( VOL. XXIV. ROOSEVELT CLUBS GROWING HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1912. men, Mr, 1". T. Shultz, lin wonnplaco on tho "IntcrrollcKlale Debating Tcnm.'' On Monday etciilng March IS six of a the K. S. U. bent debators met In flcrco contort, each striving to win a plnco on tho K. S. U. Varsity Team, ono of tho successful contutants being Mr. K. T. Shultz. This Is iutte an honor when wo come to think that only throo nlcn In tho wholo University can mako this team. It Is n. compliment to this tho county to bo represented In capacity at one of tho greatest InMltu-tlon- s In tho South land. Transylvania University wfll no doubt moot her Waterloo when she compotes with K. S. U. for State championship on May 1st. FORMER OHIO COUNTY BOY WRITES Prof. A. D. Kirk Watchiig Being Organized Ohio County Over Growth of Corn Growing Contest. A "V jr :t v. Tho following letter from Prof A. D. Shaft Caved in And Fire Kirk, who Is teaching In the High school McHenry Started with 77, CromLa., concerning at Mnrksvlllc, the Raged Around Lost Boy's Corn Growing Contest In Ohio well with 63 and Sunnydale county will be quite Interesting to our Miners. roadcrs, especially the boys Interested with 38 Members. In this laudable enterprise. The letter Real Easter Service. Fort Smith, Arkansas, Alarch 20.;The follows: An E'xster servlco slumld produco a I want to say a few words to my boy to "McHenry, K., March fate of fifty-fomen Imprisoned by an explosion in the Sans Bols mine at The Republican.) A Roosevelt Cluli oti resurrection of Ilia thought and feel- friends of Ohio count)' In regard to to do this there should bo no tho corn club movement. The progress AlcCurtaln, Okla., Ohio county has liecn organized at this ings; today was still in, From the beginning to the If the movement has been very rapid. doubt at 2 o'clock. One body has been place with 77 member, nil of whom discords. up should bo a constant pledge tliemselves to support Theodore end thcro recovered, so badly burned that at first and I havo taken a good deal of pleas The decorations of the. altar ure In watching It grow. Mr. Leach little hope was entertained for jthe Roosevelt If nominated for President, lift. than mero decora- Is pushing the matter along with a good of sixty-fonnd enrr.cstly solicit their delegate x'to should ,bo more miners on duty at the time, but later nine men emerged the National Convention to cast Ills voto tions, they should bo a' suggestion. deal of vigor, and In a manner highly scripture selections and tho cohimendnble. I havo eagerly watched for Col. Roosevelt. The list of mem-.be- The unhurt for bruises. hymns should all bear In one direcThe mine Is said to have caved lit follow: each the columns of the Republican the music should never over- week for Uio new names after the explosion. Most of the miners J. E. Dempey. S. n. Snell, T. T. tion; added to the Imprisoned are beyond tho obstruction Rogers, Frank Aflhfoy, J. W. Tanner. whelm tho thought, but encourago It. list of members from timo to time. The sermon should be filled with tho' report V. it. The and a fierce fire makes work or rescue Sam James, Kr., A. Matthews, .last week was a total memberGhost. service ship of 123. The Easter practicable Impossible. The cause of Render, Oscar Gaddls, II. Matthew.!. Holy That is fine showing so far. Horace MeKoover, It. J. Stevens. Geo. should bo u unit. Untversallst Leader, the explosion has not been determined. What I want to say Is that thero are ( G. I'ant, Mathews, Ul Andrew A report reaching here to the effect, a number of boys In the Clear Run, ter It became known by Judge Owen, near Hartford last Saturday and SunSurnrised Josenh N. White. Thoriic. Sara Bibbs. Joe T. Snell. L. C. that a man had been arrested charged Barnett's Creek, Buford, Beda, and that the toots and other materials day. Narrows, Ky., March SO. The friends Itrown, C. I.. Loney, Jan. If. Fentress. remains unconBell's Run neighborhoods, whose names used In getting out the stone could bo Air. Isaac Bennett, of Bea, was In with firing the mine It. P. Iteck. Robert Null. Claud Miller. and neighbors of Mr. Joseph N. While I would bo more than glad to see add purchased from firmed. Ryan at a rea this community one day last .week. Mr. Flnlry Nlmo, Henry Trigg, II. McUanlel gave him a surprise party and dinner ed. I also know a ,lot of boys at Cool sonable cost, and at a great saving to Airs. Pearl Twcddell seems to be one The explosion occurred In Sans Bol 33th' Tuesday on the occasion of his Geo. 13 T. P. Crowder, John Tliomaii, 9:00 and Springs, Green Briar, Shultztown, Wy- - tho county, by placing a component of the most Industrious women of tills mine. No. 2, between :SmlUi, Kd Langlcy. T. W. Wheeler. (J. birthday. by man in active cliarge of the work, tho neighborhood. She has already commenc o'clock. Alost of the day shift of minsox and Prentls who would benefit Mr. White Is manager for tho E. A. Joining; nnd thero cd house cleaning. T. Ensor, Oscar Stewart, llorl Abncy, ers were at work. They numbered, ac many fiscal court, ut Its recent sitting, diare a good Mant Itowe. Louis Russet, White Lumber Co., here, and he was mora names from the neighborhood of rected tlmt this be done, nnd the counThe farmers of this part of the coun- cording to the statement of the manP.,,B. Ilnrt, Clarenco Itowe, Dave Itnmey, J. II. genuinely surprised when ho camo to Fordsvllle, Wesley Chapel, Washington, ty have absolute control of tho quar- ty have been making use of the pret- ager of tho mine, sixty-fomen. ty weather. Joe James, Mont Gaddls, Eu- dinner to find the house and yard full nnd the community around there that I ry. Stewart, Their work lay beyond the ninth level, gene Griffin, Pent Taylor, .Jas. Glenn. of leoplc. .Mr. White lias on elegant should be glad to see In the next Issue Mr. J. S. Bennett and family have where the explosion did . Its deadly The contract having 'been closed Tom home, well appointed for tho entertain- of the Republican. I have In mind boys work will begin nt tho quarry as soon moved into their property' .which was work. The few who escaped A. M. Smith, John II. Taylor, unhurt Poach, Simpson Klper, Geo. Martin, Jas. ment of guests, and every ono present whom I know personally, and 1 know as the weather will permit. The work purchased from 'Mr. Ernest' Allen from the mine were above the ninth tlh In .Francis, II. I.. Stewart, L. C. Stevens, was delightfully (ntcrtnlned. March 19. tfhe farmers of this level attending to special tasks. One that they would not only be benefitted to bo done this year In building masat by Joining the corn club, but they would are busy burning plant beds body, the solo one rescued, ,was - found If. J. Henderson, Edward Nelson, Geo. spacious dining7 room tho guests cadam roads will probably be determAshby, J. W. Raley, C. N. Woodruff. down to a - tempting feast that wanted In turn be a valuable addition to the ined at tho regular session of the and breaking ground. near .the eighth level entry, mangled. rr S. The mne men .who escaped were slightAlarlow Stevens, J. N. Hootli, Ike Par-rl- t, nothing to completeness. Mrs. White Is club. Mr. Lon Stevens moved Into J. fiscal court to be held In April, when r Eugeno Johnson, P. M. Drown. .In". a tactful hostess and the table service Allen ly bruised by flying wreckage In the In the parish where I am located here the appropriations will bo Bennett's house which Ernest various a In I.oulslona a territory about was excellent. Mr. White" receUed F. Vfllcr. W. W. Duncan, Thos. shaft. tho name made for tho building of roads and sold Mr. Bennett a few weeks ago. Miss Mable Park is In this neighborAlen on duty tn the sjiafthouse ran W. I, ri.her, O. It. Jones, Cha. number of presents. All spent a pleasan size as Ohio county, and having about bridges. Thenls, N. S. Harrass, T. C. Tuylor, O. time and went away wishing Mr. White the samo population the hood trying to secure a school. from that structure when the noise or corn club Esq B. S. Chamberlain purchased' a the explosion come to their ears as a P. MUler, Dave Rogers, Illclinrd Ilakcr, and his family many more happy birth membership numbers nearly eight hunHERBERT. days. team of mules from Esq. Grant Pollard, muffled roar, soon followed by puffs of Pole llerry, Joe Smith. dred. The Superintendent here who has March IS. Farmers are very anxious o Thoso present were; Mr. Harlan near Fordsvllle last Saturday. smoke belched forth from the mouth charge of tho work, told mo that through for settled weather ns but very ORGANIZED AT SUN.VYDALK. few and wife and children, Mr. T. I.. tho Increased yield Miss Carrie Buchanan, of near Para- of the shaft. The alarm spread quick' Sunnydale, Ky March IS (Special to of corn per acre, plant beds .have been burned. Lloyd nnd wife, and children, Mr. Jes. dise Is visiting her brother, Air. Oscar ly and for a time wild confusion and through premiums won from parish The Republican.) Tho following Is n Air. Frank Roland has purchased DudMottlngly, wife and children, Mr. nnd reigned. Buchanan. Volunteers were called for to fair and state fair exhibits, and also ley Voylcs farm and Mr. Voyle list of the 2S members of tho Roosevelt has Graham, Mr. Aide Graham, through tho Mr. C. L. Chapman Is very HI with enter the shaft. Dozens stepped forsalo of this corn for seed bought a pleco of land from George Bur club which has been organized at this Mrs. Wllllo Thomas corn, these, boys wife and children, Mr. J. it. cancer. He is not improving as fast as ward. A party was selected and had place. Much Interest Is being arouied are making hundreds dett. wife nnd children, Mr. ltoy Coppage.Mr. of dollars for themselves every year, be we would wish. been lowered but a short distance Into liero for Col ltoosevclt. The members Air. Ellas JlcCartyls sick. nnd C. C. Carter, Mrs. Ida ltenfrow The No Creek people are very much the shaft when the thickening smoke sides doing tho parish a good deal of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. M. Miller visit Jd nre: daughter, Mrs. Wlnchcl and son, Mr. good In John T. Lowe. P. M. Martin, W. M. the way of Increased production Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Interested at present Mi having a road warned them that a fire was In prog Arvls Wedding, wlfo and son, Mrs. Sam piked from Foster's store to the Qwens-bor- o ress below, burning fiercely. They Alurphy, C. Powers, A. C. Coy, K. C. of corn. W. Phillips, of Walnut Grove, Sunday. Bennett, Mrs. J. T. Shultz and daughter. road. The farmers are subscribing persisted, but were forced soon to remy Some of these corn club boys are llerry, J. V. Smith. It. Al. Coy. J. G. Mrs, Virgil Miller, who has been sick Branch, Celiberally for this Improvement, turn to the surface because of the High quite a while Is improving. pupils here in tlvo MarksvtUe llerry. W. B. Ierryt O. E. Berry, C. E. Misses Ida White, of Horse Lagratta cil and Dlmplo Kuykendoll, Mrs. Barthena Lewis Is visiting her deadly fumes, after coming to the conSchool. This school won last year over Berry. W. I. Wlmsatt. W.SC. Whobrey, Mr. and Mrs. Chortle Taylor, who Myrtle Klrby, Vernle Davis, Horse ono hundred dollars In parish fair and have been at F. V. VeHers for several grandson, Mr. Dawson Bennett and faml clusion that assuredly there had been It. L. Devcr, C. I Dover, P. A. Wlm-aat- t, and Branch, Iluby Grant and Monnle ly this week. a cave-I- n at about tho ninth level. stato fair prizes by tho corn club ex month's, have returned home. C. D. Martin, H. W. Powers. Z. Olaton, Messrs. Bond and Stoy Mr. Elvis Henry and Mr. Homer LlndWithin half an hour after the exAV. "Lee, J. II. King, W. II. Hlntonjas. hibits of Its pupils. Of course this mon Mr. and Mrs. Carl FJoyd and Mrs. White, Horse Branch, Douglas Graham ey goes to tho boys, and many of them Mary Martin visited Mr. and Mrs. Ellas ley went to McLean county Monday on plosion dense clouds of darkening black Gray, V. .C. Daffron. W. K. Kelley, E. Billy White, Will Park. business. smoke, tinged at times blue with sheets got free trips to tho state fair. Morris, Aloazo Uartlett, T. H. Tucker, McCarty Sunday afternoon. . of flame, were pouring from the mouth I hope to see the boys of Ohio county John Willis. C. K. Wlmsatt, C Fen Mr. Arglle Evans has moved on Rober EASTVIIW. Pending the arrival of of the mine. U. "get a hustlo on themselves' In this M. Millers farm. J. T. .Hlnes, J. T. Qmltjli, of Eafter. tress, Origin FlerWv,CJiaB. Wljobrcy, George Whobrey1 March 19. On account of tho rain and corn club movement, and let us see if Mr. Dick Eans lias moved to The Illy Is. In the great nations of experts from McAJester, guards have tho permitsnow but few plant buds havo been burn that will not be one source of great Ellas Lyons farm. C. If. WJlabWa. W. Russell, the world, being considered as Import- been stationed nnd no ono Is cd. agricultural Jrnprovement In the grand ant nowadays, on account of Its symbol-Is- ted to approach the mine ctfoser than a Gist Misses Sarah Lee and Mattle BIO CLUB AT CROMWELL. Mr. B. J. French attended church at old county of Ohio. as the holly or the evergreen. In block away. . (Special to Cromwell, Ky., March and brothers, Roscoe and Sammle, visMt. Carmel Sunday. Fifty coffins have been ordered by Yours truly, Qlub was deed, there seems to be little differited at Walker Crows, Sunday. The nesuMcan. A Roosevelt church telegraph from McAlester and are said Tho members of Bell's Itun A. D. KIRK organized at this plnco on Saturday, Mr. Keller Evans, of Wlvltesvllle vis ence between the Importanc accorded to spemot on last Saturday and called Rev, Christmas and that given to Easter. to be en route to McCurtaln on a ited his brother, Argle, Friday night, starch 18, a,t 2:30 p. m. Tho meeting A. B. Gardner, of Beaver Dam, as their cial train. When news of this order Taft Boston's Guest. Each stands in Its symbolism for deep was Viery waiII attended and much enpastor for tho following year. In the vicinity ,of 17. President Boston, March Taft religious event, and each In Its place spread, the crowds thusiasm was manifested by thoso presSuspended. Police Force sucMrs. ltosco King Is on tho sick list will he Boston's guest Betomorrow. holds a significance npt to be filled by the mine, already grief stricken, ent. Some Interesting .talks were male, Sapula, Oklahoma., March IS. At a spe Two of Mr, and Mrs. Lawrcnco Jewell's sides reviewing the parade to celebrate, cumbed to wild manifestations of grief. the other. and every ono was requested to bo ut children has pneumonia. clol meeting of the city commission anand tlilrty-slxt- h It is regretted by some people that Here and there were to be seen groops Hartford on April C, 1912, and soo to Mr. Dave Sadler purchased a mule tho ono hundred here late today It was decided to dlspofco niversary of tho evacuation, of Boston an observance as the Easter of aged1 mothers, kneeling In the street such It tliat Ohio county noes for ltoosevclt. Mr. Ell Martin ono day last week. by Gen. Howo and his British troops, a with the services of tho entire police festival had Us Inauguration in a 'cere- and praying with tremulous voices for to from ,tho following members We have lengthy progiam has been arranged for forco of Sopulpa until next Alonday at mony that was an outgrowth of a husbands, or sons. Young wives wept date: Z. It. Taylor, Chairman: J. M. noon. This was done because the city clung to each' other In despair, Instruction Camp Called. tho President. In the evening ho will pagan festival. broad- - aloud, to the But A. Wallace; Cal Borah, LesRogers, W. Frankfort, Ky., March 1!). Gov. Mc attend banquets of the Charitable Irish Is without funds to pay them. If some minded the fact appears as an evi- some finally to sink' thoroughly ex Ale lie Borah, Clarence, Haven, J. Alonday noon tho to the street, mooning or Creary has called ttio Camp of Instruc Association, Boston Bank Officers' As- means is provided by dence of the lasting traits of man, re- hausted llhoails, Secretary; Byron TayJor, Dyer gasping out the names of tion for Infantry officers of the Ken sociation, Boston Paper Manufacturers' men will bo returned to duty. If not, curring In different ages, and modified frantically Davis T. W, Wallace, Jim Taylor, J. W. gut along without loved ones for whom little hope Is now Club. Ho Sapulpa will try to to suit the conditions of the times. Taylor, tucky National Guard to meet at the Association and the Yale Taylor, O. 1. Miller, Cortland II. In will leave city lllflo Itunge near this early Tuesday for New a police force. Tho twentieth century celebration entertained. Iftttlll Taylor, Thurman Taylor, Thos C. State May Hampshire where ho will mak,e several car and May. Tho date will probably he Is the modern evolution of heathen The Federal mine rescue Hosey Ellis Baize, Jesso Balzo, Jesso Hartford Teams Lose Out. crew are expected to arrive at AlcCu20 to 2J. Inclusive. Thero will bo moro addresses. by those Ideals Influenced the of Baize, W. I. Longford, J. II. Stewart, rtaln this afternoon. Railroad officials The first and second basket ball teams Christian religion. than ono hundred officers nt the camp e From time M Homer Gllstrap, Earl smith, II. have Issued orders giving the special by five Eoosevelt to Campaign. of Hartford College and West Kentucky memorial man has celebrated It. D. Douglass, and they will bo Instructed Bert Qllstrap, Dies, train to which It Is attached right of 17.- -TI Oyster Bay, N. Y March Seminary played two Interesting games birth of spring the United States army officers. Tho camp passing of the Chester Oscar Borah. Morris Taylor, way for a fast run to the mining town. purposes first Information concerning the plans at tho athletic room on Main street gloomy days of winter. L. will not only bo for military Leach, Alex Vlck, A. Hcven, It. Relatives are said already to havo for Gov. McCreary will entertain for tho of campaign mapped out by the Roose- here last Friday night. Tho games be through the happy Initiative Easter, Ltsles, J. W. Cle.mm.ons, Silas Slovens, messages with the telethey In turn will entertain velt leaders at their conferences In New tween tho first team resulted 27 to 7 of the Emperor Constantino in tho filed fifty death Jackson, E. O. Vide T- - Davis, T. officers, and E. W. York Friday and Saturday, was given In favor of Beaver Dam; tho second fourth at the range for the Governor. century, was celebrated not on graph companies at McCurtaln. C. Strntton, O. B. Taylor, O. 8. Taytoday by Col. Roosevelt. He said he team game was 5 to 5 ajso In favor the day of the Jewish Passover, but lor, OUIe Rogers, Jos. Torrenoo, Everltt Drawl What it had decided definitely to make a number of Beaver Dam., . Langford,' O. N. Stewart, M. Balzo, Carl the Sunday after. The variation of OhioCotatySiigiig Association. the 'The H. C. girls and the Visitors play- the date depends upon the fact that The Ohio County Singing Conventloii It takes a rich man to draw a of speeches In various .parts of M. Taylor, Win, Elcher, M. ILihultz, check, a, pretty girl to draw attention, country In the near future. ed good ball, but It appeared from the the vernal fqulnox, of tho 21st day of will meet on tho fifth Sunday In Marctij Loo Itouers, Jesse Bonolt, W. ,C. Porter, Col. Roosevelt said at Uio outset that score that the Hartford teams did not March, Is a horse to draw a cart, a porous plasthe point from wlilch the at Greenbrier Church. This was decided Koah Cooper, C. D. Wallace, Ed DavU. ter to draw the skin, a toper to draw ho would not make a country-wid- e play well enough to liavo any aliance first Sunday of the Associaafter the full moon Is at the last meeting S. D. BrlU, A. A. Frlzzel, J. II. Black, u to win. tion, when held at Bilford last October. a cork, a free lunch to draw a crowd, speaking tour. He thought such reckoned. Stevens, E. G. W. Gordon, L. It. and well displayed advertisement In Tho thing inadvisable, and moreover tho The second game of this series will The first observance of Eastor Mates' Several classes are expected to sing C, H. Itogers, W. C. Douglass, nepubllcan to draw trade. physical strain would be too great. be played at Beaver Dam tonight, and back as far as C8 A. D. From that and a large crowd expected. E. Y. James. . It Is his idea to make a number of the Hartford girls have been putting time it has meant much to Christians, X comparativey short trips, so arranged tn a week of hard practicing, and claim and In the Joyous U. for Sale or , Eggs for Salt. rebirth of Christ Improved B. P. Rock, $1.00 per setting. that he will be able to speak In states they wilt wjn tills time. to For sale or rent, good river bottom there Is a general heartfelt resolution Lexington, Ky.,' March where Roosevelt sentiment if believed GREENVILLE ALSO WON. MRS. JOHN W. SANDERFUR, springlike fresh farm. U. S. CARSON, into the to emerge county should be The Bepubllcan.) Ohio The first basket ball team of Hart- - ness of newer Ideals and better .things. Hartford, Ky. to be strongest. Hartford, Ky. JM gt the fact'tUrt one of "her young R. F. D. No. 3, Troud day-shif, ur rs ur com-munl- ty Bar-rass, Cop-paglm-th- ford Collcgo played hgalnst tho Y. M. C. A. team at Grecnvllto Saturday night, tho score being (1 to 9 In favor of the OWN ROCK CRUSHER Y. M. C. A. boys. Qyito a number of tho homo pooplo have asked tho boys what was tho matter, and the question Will be Put In Operation as can bo explained In very few words. Hartford was Just simply outclassed, but Soon As Weather tney urn well to make the number of points they scored. Permits. On Saturday night the first and second boys teams of Hartford Collcgo will play against West Kentucky Seminary The Owensboro Inquirer says: Magistrates Pat Lancaster, J, w. In Hartford. It Is expected that an ImWare and W. G. Rlney rturnel from mense crowd will witness the game. Russellvllle Frldny night, whero they NO CREEK went to close tho. deal With C. H. Rev. Ell Wesley filled his regular ap Ryan in the purchase pf all the .tools and outfit necessary to operate the polntment at Shaver's Chaple Sunday. rock crusher tliat has recently been Air. J. S. Bennett Is on the sick list, Installed county at Its but Is slowly Improving. by Daviess Air. Joe Chapman has returned homo leased quarry "In Logan county. Tho entire outfit was purchased at a post from the West, because of the Illness $8(0. nnd In of about tho futuro Da- - of his father, Air. Clint Chapman, who vlesi county will operate Its own Is undergoing treatment for a cancer. a Mr. Ernest aioxley has purchased quarry. new buggy. RussellvJll-)The stono quarry near Undo Jimmy Ward has had a new .which is owned by C. H. Ryan, was leased by Daviess county for a perlad root put on his barn. Air. Homer Llndley made a flying trip of 20 years, and tho rock that Is usod in building macadam roads In this to Owensboro Monday.. Air. Sherman Chamberlain wnt to county Is gotten Out and crushed at tho quarry. I'of tho past two years, Fordsvllle one day lost week on business Mr. Ernest Aloxley and wife visited the quarry has been operated under the management of Mr. Ryan, and af her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Shown, DAVIESS COUNTY WILL JNTOMBED When Explosion Occurred in Mine. fakMto -- WiiiHuori atK.S. ram Itit. .x!. . mm on STATE RIVERS this mnnner of feeding they will, of neown cessity, eat more or less of their filth nnd bffcome lieascd. OFFICERS ME !l i i ' Chicks In tho brooder should be provided with both a sanitary watering and so feeding vessel. These nrc arranged that tho birds can partake of drink or water with stepping Into the vcseli. By Mixed dry chick feed may bo In the feed box boforo them nil the time. Ten or twelve gooseegss may bo placed under n goose for Incubation, but when a hen Is used from four to six will bo Judge, Prosecuting Attorney and Commonwealths Among in enough according to the size of the hen. the Sheriff Are Shot to Exercise Is n remedy for leg weakneM, Amount of Money Spent on Death. ns well as many other chick ailments. Streams. yet Give space for abundant exercise, make the run dry and clean, and keep NOTE HEADS CARDS Hlltavllle, Vn troop March 1". A 'tho hover clean nnd warm so they can II. KenWashington, D. C. March of mountain outlaws rode out of the sleep In comfort after exercising. araow tho tucky ranks twenty-sevent- h After chicks are three week old, they Dine Ridge yesterday to tho courthouse POST CARDS forty-eigStates of the union In the may bo kept In a flrolojs brooder with assassinated the Judge on tho bench, unKtunt of money spent on her river, prosecutor beforo tho bar and artificial heat at night, and on cold days the from the establishment of tlio (Govern- supplied by Jugs of ho watter. door, while senWrap the sheriff nt tho BLOTTERS ment to Juno 3D, 1911, according to a tence was being pronounced on Floy the hot Jugs with thick cloth. transmitted to tlio Senate statement Just Allen, a mcml er of tho gang, charged by Secretary of tlio Treasury, McVieagh, with- taking a prisoner from the The men Who Succeed. PROGRAMS resolution lo a Senate In response are sheriff. Flying Men Fait. As heads of largo enterprises improvements of men of groat energy. Success, on Vtatlms to stomach, 11 wr and kidThe total spent today, Dexter Goad, tho clerk. Is tho only rivers and streams In Kentucky wag demands health. To all is to fall. It's member fo the court organization nllve. ney troubled juat ilko other TAGS 9i,C07,Oil, distributed as follows: utter folly for a man to enduroa weak, and he was wounded. Several Jurymen with like results In loss of appetite, backaclw, nervousiwes, Juadoolio, ami His Sandy Itlver, $171,811. when and onlookers were wounded. half alive condition n fooling. But of Electric Bitters will put him right on tired, listless, Cumberland Itlver, above mouth The dead: LABELS tliero is no need to Jclllco, $5,000. like that as his feet In sl'iort order. "Four bottles Judge Thornton L. Mnssle. T.. D. I'ble3, Henry, Tann., proved Cumberland Itlver, south fork, $11,007. any other Prosecutor William Foster. did mo more real good than ' "Six bottles of Btoctiric Blttcra" ho Orten Itlver, $070,125. medicine I ever took," writes Chas. n. Sheriff Webb. STOCK FORMS writes, "did mow to give tuo now Kentucky Itlver, $3,03.271. of Allen, Sylvanla, Ga. "After years I'OOSi: AFTER OUTLAWS. Licking Itlver, $13,013. suffering with rheumatism, liver trouThe sheriff had been threatened when stremsth and good nppe'jlti tluui all Hough Klver, $35,1S2. deranged ho rodo fearlessly Into tho mountains otlwr stomach romocUus 1 usokI." So blo, stomach disorders and CATALOGUES to Tradeswntcr Itlver, flG.OGS. kidneys, I am again thanks to Eectrlc and arrested Allen. An Inland Jury was thoy holp everybody. Its folly Government Bitters, sound and well." suitor whon this gnat avjuwdy tlio nbovo the Besides will Try them. chosen, because the citizens of this see help you from tlio first dewo. Ttry It. lias spent $1,0.71,532 on tho Cumberland Only 50 cents at all druggists. m tlon were afraid to sit on tho case. DERI) BLANKS Only 50 oonts at all drugsia'j. Kentucky and Tennessee; Ttlver In tn An unorgunlred pose Is pursuing the $3,102,071 on tho falls of tho Ohio at outlaws. It will bo morning boforo the Kentucky Complimented. J&0II.G2I on the Louisville DESECRATION OF TOMB Louisville; state soldiers the state ol fleers ordered Washington. D. C, March 20. The hi $7,735,127 Portland Canal; and here, arrive, lllllsvlllo is nine miles Director of tho Census has admitted .general Improvements of the Ohio Itlver IS CHARGED TO THREE from the railroad. A reward of $3,0)0 Kentucky to tho registration area of and $7,13.1, on tho Tennessee Itlver In has been offered by tho state. tho United States for the year of Kentucky, Alabama and Tennessee. PRISONER IS WOUNDED. 1511. This, makes the twenty-secon- d JOHNSON ,TO FIGHT DIVORCE. Just as Allen was called up to bo sen- stato Included, nnd raises n tho ncpresentntivo Ben Johnson, of Ken- Conspiracy Between Vandals and tenced his brothers, Sidney nnd Jack, having accurate registration of tucky, cJialrman of tho District of Detectives Alleged in Warwith twenty mountaineers, rodo up and deaths per cent of to 03 Lc Us Submit Estimate on Your Next Work. the total himself declared Columbia Committee, hitched their ponlos and population United of continental today as opposed to tho attempt being rants for Others. All Work Guaranteed. entered the courtroom. Tho Judge ut- states, 39.211,(00. made to enlarge .the legal grounds for tered, "One year nt hard labor," and Tho Kentucky law went Into effect In Washington. There Is now divorce men a lusiiiauc began and ended in a January 1, It'll, so that It Is n marked Pittsburg, H. Harry March Pa. but one ground for absolute divorce minute. The prisoner was shot several testimonial efficiency of tho to tho Declaring divorce to be a H. Perkins of a firm of local detectives, times. adultry. He Is under guard. Thrco jurors system of registration recommended curse, Sir. Johnson says and James McKane, an employe, were great national were shot. by tho Hurenu of tho Census that the law, arrested for .conspiracy here today !y every State should have such a SCENE OF WHOLESALE MURDER. results for the first years of Its oper and tliat so long as ho Is chairman of officers from Erie, Pa. Almost simulTho scene of the wholesale murder ation have entitled It to admission. 32 ho will use taneously Mot timer HH. Hall, a relative tho District Committee was the quaint little red Other states that have recenly been proposed of Perkins, was arrested In Erie, Pa., avery effort to enact the brick courthouse, Hlllsvllle being tho Included under these provisions of the on the same charge.' The arrests were legislation. county seat of Carroll county. There model law are Ohio nnd Missouri. ei'.se In made in connection with the desecration "If I can accomplish nothing had been reports that an attempt might The model bill has also been piis-telife besides preventing the District of of the mausoleum of the late Congress- be made to rescue Floyd Allen, who by lioth Houses of tho Virginia Legls becoming a national man, W. L. Scott, In Erie, In February, Columbia from hlmse.lt had aided a prisoner friend re- lnturc and amendments of tho present divorce mill," ho said, "my life, with all 19U. The men furnished ball of $1,000 cently to escape from tho county officer law, designated to bring It into more ol Its failures, will have been to some for a hearing at Erie, March 23. The trial had been In progress for sevacthorough compliance with tho were advantage to my country's honor." At the same time warrants . eral days, however, without any Indica- cepted system, farms as frcu from mortgage. conare now being toTho issued for Gilbert Perkins, father of tion becoming public The Senate Coininltteo on Census of tho carefully sidered, on tho mortgaged recommendation of farms numbered 33.0B. day agreed to report tlio Cantrlll Tobaccl Harry, who was heal of the detecthe planned plot of tho Allen brothers and the Stato Board thoso unreported l,7vi. of Health, by the The jxr- Census lilll to tho Senate with recom bus!nes, and Chares Frankllln, former Kentucky Farm Statistics. their associates. centage Legislature Kentucky of Maryland, of mortgaged farms was 19.0. tnendatlon for Its adoption. Several manager of the bureau's Philadelphia Floyd Allen had been found guilty and however, is tho only as compared with 13.2 In 1910 anil stato south of men were amendments wero adopted but the' branch. The two latter had been called for sentence today. the efficient Ohio river to possess U In 1S90. While the number of were minor and phraseological. Senator convicted of blackmail In connection The stuffy little court room, with Its registration of deaths, and tho Bureau mortgaged furms Increased inu.-l- i Bradley was directed to draft tho report with some blackliand letters pent to was of the Census coal stovo and crude furniture, more rapidly Is actively engaged In than tho number froo by unanimous vote. Mrs. Charles Strong, of Erle.during the A bulletin Just issued by crowded. Sidney tho Fed of mortgaged. and Jack Allen wero tho average debt of Investigation of the vandalism LAXOLEV IJETURNS. a year among the first arrivals nnd were seen recommending tho iassago of similar eral Census llureau embodies practi- mortgaged farms decreased laws for other states of tho South. form IJeprecntatlvo John W. Langley re- ago, and were taken to Leavenworth to take their places near the rail, markIn IV.') nnd 9oi In cally completo agricultural 1910, statistics or 15.2 turned today from a week's visit to prison from this city last Tuesday. ing the IncJosure for piisoner and coun SELECT. In the double as gathered for Kentucky in the per cent. decade. DurFrankfort where ,ho wont to size up the Tho charges are said to have been the sel engaged March 11. Well, old Select is still Im- Census of 1310 Jiuthe case. Standing nearand subseciuently cor- ing this satno period tho average rcdistrlctlng and political situations. to cause the by were result of a conspiracy a number of their associates proving. rected nnd compiled. Tho phamplet valuo of such farms Increased IS par Demo- desecretlon of tho tomb, tliat the detec"The have left mo only one and friends from tho Blue Ridge mounWillie Langford bos built a new dwell- contains thirty-fiv- e pages and em- cent, and the owner's multv tlmrf.im agency might Mr. tive cratic county In my district. ba employed to tains. ing house. Increased W.I per cent. braces a great variety of information.' n, ot of unravel tho alleged mystery. In tlio amount Langley said, "I bated to lose Judge Masslo went about the sentencEstil Arbuckle Is moving now nnd Is Kentucky is the fourteenth State of mortgage debt Shelby county ioajs good people in the counties removsd ing of .the prisoner In tho usual matter-of-fagoing to build u business house here. of tho Union In population rank nnd wiiu $93,:yi, whllo Leo county Is from my district. Of course, tho chang way, but the words, "ono year J. H. Stewart has bought H. Faught's Is tho thirty-sixt- h In land area, of lowest with only $3,7G9. FOR FLETCHER'S makes it much oasleroti me. I have had at hard labor" had scarcely passed his farm and will move nt once. tho enttro land area of tho State, In Uio State In 1910 thoro were three hard fights for Congress and feel lil lips when there came tho crack of a reMrs. Alice Arbuckle Is very poorly. Sa.3 per 'cent, Fifty-eigis In farms. fat ma of l.OX) I am entitled to a illttlo rest." tliat acres and upward as volver. In an Instant this was followed Mrs. Funnlo Langford Is on tho sick counties 0) to W rrom per compared with 5M luivo Kentuckluus hero do not believe LangSchool Excuses. In 190. Moro by a volley of shots, and tho Judge, list. cent, of their land In farms, while than ley will encounter opposition for reAmong a collection of notes from who liad partly risen at tlio of tho farms rnngo' first shot, J. W. Keown Is talking of moving to flfty-nln- o counties liavo 90 per cent, In slzo from fifty to nlnuly-nln- o election. parents to teachers are tho folohvlng: acre lay dead and bleeding on the bench. Central City. Ho says ho is going into or more. In only two counties It more than Representative langley today received h mary Pleas excus Miss: "Dera from twenty to FUSILLADE OF SHOTS FIRED. business. tho farm proportion less than throe-flfl- forty-nln- o a delegation of G. A. It. men from the been late she has as been out on a her- - Commonwealth's Attorney acres; and almost h Foster was No farm work going on hero at of the area nnd theso counties from 10) to nt Gen. Geo. II. Thomas post, and Its ring." acres. Theso thrco sitting- directly in front of the bench are Hell and Harlan, lying together groups contain moro commander, who Invited him to deliver s Jane has had "Dear Maram; tlun In tho south eastern corner of the of all tho farms their Memorial Day exercises hero next stop homo as I have liad twins, in the State. Thero Stato. ilay. Ho accepted conditionally. aro decreases" In nil the groups from shan't occur again." Tho average value of farm land per 173 news Collectors Taylor mid Petty left at ''Doro Sir; Please excus Harry, Ho upward, showing that tho aero for tho State as a whole in tendency is continuously toward smaller 4 o'clock UUs afternoon for Louisville. haddast no trousers and his father f 1910 (Collier's Weekly.) was ns compared with farms, it is Interesting to noto Before leaving Mr. Petty said he thought woulddent Jet him come without any." that Tho conservative wing of tho Democratic party Is gathering all tho forco 113.21 In IScO. o In avcrago vuluo the Whiskey outrage Hill now pending thero are 313 farms or less than three excuso Ploaso "Dear Miss Smith: It can behind Gov. Harmon, but astute leaders know they cannot nominate Fayette county stands first with acres in slxe. Thero aro 21,777 would bo vuluablo legislation and that Rachel Abraham. to fetch She liad of from him. In Underwood they have on able, honest, and fearless statosman.whom an average of $1M.9S. Jefferson comes three to nlno acres In size distillers were entitled to .soino, legislation er mother's liver." and 13,380 of they would refer to all other Democrats, but him also they nro convinced next with nn average of 00.10, against from ten to of that chaiactcr. "Sir: I must strictly forbid you nineteen acres. 1900 and liourl.oii in third punishing Thos. alalia for anything ho they cannot nominate. In this predicament, what will they do? Tlioy tllsllko JOT.O.' In ttirmliig in Kentucky Is largely tho and fear Wilson most of nny man In either party. The leaders, therefore. In with an average of 53.91, Ezra Says. compared white exdoes, as we never do ourselves man's Of tho 259,1s'. tho conservative group popularly known as "tho interests" havo hatched "It don't tako maro'n a gill uv effort cept In a with $0.10 In .1900. Counties In whbh farm op.,rators burden." Yours truly." 93.5 per cent, nro white to Bit folks Into a peck of troublo" utvl plan which Is unmistakably Ingenious. Of an ordinary politician they nro not tho average fiom $10 to 123 an ncro Thero are 11.7C0 classed n o u little neglect of constipation, bllllous-nes- s WANTED-AG- TIVE afraid. Thoy know that, whatever words flamo from his throat, ho will In Imaro moro numerous MAN IN EACH LOCALITY any other and, with tlinn the exception of twenty-on- e in Indigestion or pther liver derange- To join this Society. Sick, accident, portant crisis be good. Tho Intel ests nnd tho machines can handlo an ordinary class. Most of thoso In tho cxtrciuo dlans, nil are negroes. All but 1,950 of ment will do the same. If ailing, tako death benefits. And introduce our party specimen. In selecting Cliamp Clark they liavo been rather deop. Aleastern and toutlieastein jinrt of tho tho white furiners tiro native born ami Dr. King's New Llfo Pills for quick Memberships. All or spare time. $50 though, In fact, ho is nothing, he is scheduled as a progressive. Ho has a State, tho mountain counties, nhow results. Easy, safe, sure, and only 25 to $300 a mouth. Every Member se- deal on with Hearst, who pJays tho property und dicker gamo moro openly nn avcrago of less than $10 per ucre. of tho nutlvo whlto only 33.3 per cent, nro tenants. Nearly f cured gives you a steady monthly in- overy year. Clark Is, wo believe, not really satisfactory to Ilryan, but Itryun Thero aro of tho cents at all druggists. m soen counties in Western come. Experience not needed. Write nro tenant. can scarcoly opposo him, slnco ho wears tho progressive labed. Ho will go Kentucky hi which the avcrago Is for plans. Box J Covington, Ky. Tho Census complication for 1910 makes Poultry Pointers. to llaklmoie with some Ktrength of his own, und tho present plan Is to less ,than $10. Theso nro Crittenden, a good exhibit of agricultural Progress. Hens that Jiae no laid heavily during throw tho Harmon votes to him, as It would probably ho Impossible to throw Trigg, llutler, Ohio, llrcckcnrldgo Gray-so- n The furms aro Increasing In number and tho winter, us a nile, will lay oggs in Wants Subscription Extended. his to Harmon or Underwood-He- at stporliaps getting tho nomination for Vice and Kdtuouson. vnluo; tho farmers nro bulldins more tho tprlng that will hatch out strong Tlio Hartford Itcpubllcan, or perhaps being satisfied with strengthening his pulls In President, tho Tho number of farms In 1910 was houses and buying more chicks. Forcing for winter laying lowHartford, Ky. States where ho dabbles In political patronage. machinery; 22US5, nn increase 21,518 over of thoro Is no unduo Increnso In tenantry; ers vitality. Gentlemen: Please, find enclosed check This Is somewhat neat, and may go, through. If It does, Taft Is moro likely tho number leported In 1900, Tho When eggs nro tested out of tho incu- for ono dollar, for which ploao extend to bo renominated. In that caso Clark will get about tho normal Democratnvcruuo slzo of farms dceroa&cd from thero is no enciinibrnticlng of farms to an extent Inciuiblstent with consorvn-tlsmy subscription for ono year from date ic vote and Taft i.tho-- r regular Itcpubllcan voto plus moro than hulf'of tho Inbator their place may bo (Hied from 1900 to S3.G 93.7 acres In acres In eggs under hens set tho saino day, and of expiration and oblige, or good business policy. Tho Kendependent vote, and bo easily 1910. Annexation speeches may bo expectttverugo valuo of Tlio a far.n tucky farmers nro making n favorable tlio liens reset on now eggs. Yours truly, ed from Clark at intorvals during tho campaign, and 'deals equal In moral fiIncluding Us equipment, In 1910 was Pure-bre- d showing ull along tho lino. When more stock with ducks and geeso niCIIARD DAKEIt. ber to his leaving tlio Speaker's thulr to tako consplclous part In tho pen$2,9)C, an Increase of $079, or 1S.S of them take to scientific farming tholr will ray as well as with chickens. sion grab. If Itoosovclt Is nominated, he will beat Clark bo badly thoro will per cent, over tho valuo In 1900. A Wonderful Offer. Watch chicks In tho brooder run on be practically no race. It ho Is nominated, It la difficult, indeed;" to think of Tho total wealth In farm property prosperity will bo enchanced still farther In tho meantime thero Is nothing In tho cold days and do not allow them to 1910 In wan $773,798,000, Itoad ttw B!g Offor of The Ropub- - any Democrat except Wilson who can give him a sporting run. Ilctwocn of which lu,,u reiurns to elvo causo for pes- liuddle up In a pJlo' in ono corner. Thoy cau on another thoso two Itoosevclt would havo tho advantage of his unexampled vigor, popku-uS2.1 per cent. represented land and i0 of jthis tlmlsm. uliould either bo under tho hover In whoroln you can got tWs per cent. 27 .p,oir, Tiw ularity, and political knowledge, nnd Wilson the advantago of a clear and buildings; implements Mia warm or out lit the run eating or Farmer & Stockman and the sound position on tho tariff and the trusts likely to bo tho two great Issues Peouuu iiiuciuiwry unu n.i per cent, live exercising; however, ples Popular Monthly, ono tvrea.oh, and a special power of thought nnd speech. It Is extremely likely, stock. Of tho farm opeiators, 173,. FOR FLETCHER'S Never scatter feed on tho floor of tho ami a full slw 16x20 crayon euJairgo- - that tho Democrats will throw away their chance, as usual, and put up somo 3J2 wero classified as owners, and of brooder run for chicks to pick up. In meat ordinary compromise, like Clark, and hand the election to tho Uepubilcans. 135,S03 2TU for J2.00. this number reported their ASSASSINATED Kentucky Stands Twenty Seventh Outlaws in Court in Virginia. . 1 nnd was next to succumb to tho shots of tho suddenly turned outlaws, who hail taken wluil they deemed Justlco Into their own linwR Tho brothers nnd their friends mint hnvo been well armed, for it seemed to tiavo been well armed, for It seemed to spectators who escnped from the bloody court room that fully 100 shots'wero fired. In tho first fusillade several Jurors hnd been wounded, Illankcnrhlp probably fatally. Shrriff Webb, whipping out his own weapon, made for the prisoner who had Joined In the ehootlng, with an oath, and n declaration that ho would never go to Jail, but tho officer was stopped by a perfect hnll of lend and crumpled Into u lifeless heap tin tho floor. Vy this time the shooting In the courtroom had become general, nnd fche'o was a wild rush of the unnrmed for win dows nnd doors. Dexter (load, clerk of In tho court, received a bullet wound tho neck nnd is desperately hurt. Ills denth would mean tho wiping out of tho last vestige of tho court's officers. LET US PRINT YOUR envelopes - bill heads letter heads rJl'- statement heads SHIPPING run-dow- run-dow- circulars booklets order blanks H"o"rtgTg"e"biXnks Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable. Hpu-latlo- mud-splash- THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 'Plionc No, HARTFORD, KY. I $!.-0- Chiiaron cry ct C ASTORI A th one-fift- one-fift- two-third- I Mn The Democratic Situation. por-ncr- Undo e. non-wlilt- ono-hnl- non-whit- m ,r Chllrn Cry alt, CASTORIA u U n ' vriwr MJhWJW' i&POOjW 9 i ilUlllH FUME wm 6y LOUIS JOSEPH VAN' C, hlostratioksw ELLSWOW-YOim- w&bi COPYftOHTl)0') By VWyi&n.YYlJU$Ct. CHAPTER XIV. In tho faco of tlio fact that the Importation of hashish Into EgyrU litis been declared Illegal by Khedival legislation, tho drug Is always to be obtained In the lower dives of Alexandria, Cairo and Port Said If one only knowB where to go nnd how to ask for It. In certain Manufactured Islands of the Grecian Archipelago, It Is mysteriously exported under tho very noses of complaisant authorities nnd, eluding tho rigor of Egyptian customs, ns well ns tho vlgllanco of Egyptian spies, finds its way to tho fellaheen nmong other nvld consumers; speaking baldly, Is smuggled into the land. Customs inspections, furthermore, arc ns eevere as might bo expected by anyono acquainted with tho country and its inhabitants as was O'Jtourke. Ho felt, then, no sort of surprlso nt tho brevity of tho oITlcI.il vlsltntlon. Tho Inspector, accompanied by an excessively urbano nnd suavo Captain Hole, consciously brJolly but glanced Into tho hold, asked a few questions which would have been pertinent had they not been entirely perfunctory, and took his leave. Prom tho gangway tho captain turned back directly to his first officer nnd tho lattcr's charge. Hearing his approaching footsteps, O'ltourko gathered himself together nnd summoned nil his faculties to his aid. "Troublesome?" demanded Hole, pausing. "Not n syllable." said tho mate. "Th mon's sensible I hn'o mo doubts but he's too canny alteglther." "Peaceful ns a by by, eh? Well," savagely, " 'ell learn wot for. Got up, you O'ltourko lay pnsslvo under tho Btorm of Hole's profanity. Ho had nil but closed his eyes, nnd was watching the pair from beneath his lashes. Falling to elicit nny response, "Asn't 'o moved?" demanded tho cap-tnl"Not a muscle" "Shammln! 'Ere. I'l show Mm." 'O'Rourke gritted his teeth nnd suppressed a groan ns the too of Hole's heavy boot crashed into his ribs. "Th' mon's nae shnnjmlng," Dcnni-o- n declared. "Ho's fair fainted." "Fainted hell!" countered tho "Qivo 'Is arm a twist, Denni-JBon.- " arm-twis- Irish" cap-jtal- n. v. Tho mate calmly disobeyed. Tho t desired by the enptain requires tho use of the twister's two bands, and stoutly as he defended his (opinion, the first officer was by no means ready to put up bis revolver. Ho advanced and bent over tho (Irishman, who lay motionless, his upper lip rolled back to show bis clenched teeth. "Heugh!" exclaimed 'the first officer, peering Into his face, bis tone expressive of the liveliest concern. Without further hesitation be dropped the revolver into his pocket and received a tremendous short-ariuiuw iu lue tuce. With a Btlfled cry he fell back, .ciutcning ai a oroxen nose, ana sprawled at length; while O'Rourke, leaping to his feet, deliberately put a heel Into the pit of Sennison's stomach, thereby effectually eliminating him as a factor in the further controversy. Simultaneously he advanced upon Captain Hole. But in tho latter he encountered no Th man it has mean antagonist. been said was as tall ns and heavier than the adventurer, and by virtue of Ills position a competent and experifighter. In a enced tbreath he bad lowered his head and, ibellowing like a bull, launched himself toward O'Rourke. The Irishman met the onslaught with a stinging uppercut; which, nev ertheless, failed to discourage the captain, who grappled and began to belabor O'Rourke with short, stabbing blows on the side of the head, at the same time endeavoring to trip him. The fury of his onset all but carried the Irishman off his feet. At tfee same tlmo It defeated Hole's own purpose. iO'Rourke watched his chance, seized the man's throat with both hands and, (tightening his grip, fairly lifted him of bis feet and shook him as a terrier shakes a rat. Then, with a grunt of satisfaction, be threw the captain from him and turned to face greater odds. The noise of the conflict bad brought the crew down upon the contestants. Surrounded, be was rushed to the rail. .With that to bis back be drew on bis f, reserve of strength and, poising began to give his assailants personal and individual attention. They pushed him close, snarling and cursing, hindering one another in their .eagerness, and suffering variously for their temerity. O'Rourke fought with trained precision; his blows, lightning quick, were direct from the shoulder and very finely placed; and to straight idid be strike that almost from the first his knuckles were torn and bledlng from their Impact upon flesh and bone. be might, bow-eve- r, Fight as fiercely the pack was too heavy for him; jaad wbea preseatly be discerned, sot tm mm, kut la UK ft rough-and-ready him-Vel- gleams of light the rays of a near-blantern running down ho conceded the moment imminent when ho must sever his connection with tho Pelican. Moreover ho had a shrewd suspicion that Holo was up nnd only waiting for an opening to use his revolver. Lcnplng to tho rail, ho poised an instant, then dived far out from tho vessel's side, down into the Stygian blackness of the harbor water; a good clean dive, cutting tho wntcr with hardly a splash, be went down like an nrrow, gradually swerving from tho straight line of his flight into a long arc so long, Indeed, that ho was well-nigbreathless when ho camo to tho surface, a dozen yards or moro from tho Pelican. Spitting out the foul harbor water, nnd with a swift glnnco over his shoulder that showed him tho Pelican's dark freeboard like a wall, and a cluster of dark shapes hanging over tho rnll nt tho top vaguely revealed by lantern light, he struck out for tho nearest vessel, employing tho double overhand stroke, noisy but speedy. That ho heard no cry when ho camo to tho "surface, that Hole had not detected htm by tho phosphorescence, nnd that ho had hclil his band from firing, at first puzzled O'ltourko; but ho reasoned that Holo probably feared to raise an alarm nnd thereby attract much undesirable attention to himself nnd his ship. In tho courso of the first few strokes, however, he managed to peep ngaln over his shoulder, nnd from the nctlvity on tho Pelican's decks concluded that ho was to be pursued by boat; which, in fact, proved to bo the case. Fortunately tho Pelican rodo at anchor in waters studded thick with other vessels, nfforillng plenty of hiding places on n night as black as that. Tho ndventurer mndo direct for tho first vessel, swam completely around it, nnd by tho timo tho Pelican's boat wns afloat and its rowers bending to the oars, ho was supporting himself by a hnnd upon tho unknown ship's cable, floating on bis back with only his faco out of water. Under theso conditions, it was small wonder that the boat missed him so completely. At length rested, the Irishman released his bold and struck out for land nt an easy pace. Eventually bo gained tho end of a quay, upon which ho drew himself for a last rest and to let his dripping garments drain a bit ere venturing abroad in the streets. Not until then, strangely enough, did it come to him with its full force, how he had been tricked and played upon from the very beginning. And he swore bitterly when he contemplated his. present position of a penniless outcast in a city almost wholly strange to him, without friends (save Indeed, Danny wherever he might be), with-y knlfc-blndes zJc- - 1 "The Irishman Was Upon Him" kit-bo- out a place to lay his head, lacking even a change of clothing. His x u was aboard the Pelican and likely to remain there, for all he could do to the contrary; in his present state, to apply to the authorities or to attempt to lodge a complaint against Captain Hole would more likely than not result in incarceration on a charge of vagrancy more real than technical. He And the Pool of Flame I fumfcd with impotent rage when he saw how blindly he had stumbled Into Hole's trap, how neatly he had permitted himself to be raped of the Jewel. For In the light of late events be could not doubt but that Hole bad sought him out armed with the knowledge that O'Rourke 'was in possession of the priceless Jewel more than probably advised and employed by Des Trebes; assuming that be had failed to Inflict a mortal wajind upon that adventurer. "Aw. the dtvvle. the dlvvle!" complained O'Rourke. "Sure, and His a pretty mess I've made of it all, bow I" Baying which he rose and clambered to the top of the quay with the more haste tbaa good will la view of the fact' that the splashing of oars, the dimly outlined shape of a boat head-JdJxactlz tar hja ntuce, had. tut denly become visible. Of courso, it might not bo tho Pelican; but O'Rourke was too thoroughly impressed with tho conviction that the laws of coincidence wcro working against him, Just then at any rate, to bo willing to run unnecessary risks. Chance, too, would havo It that nblaze 'there should bo an arc-ligprecisely at tho foot of tho pier, beneath which stood, clearly defined in tho whito glare, tho flguro of a hulking black native representative of tho municipal police, whom O'Rourke must pass cro ho could gain solid earth. For this reason he dared not betray evidences of haste; his appearance was striking enough in all conscience, without any additional touches. So he thrust his hands Into his pockets and but sauntered with a 'perhaps not wholly convincing air of nonchalanco toward tho officer. Tho latter remained all unsuspicious until and then tho mischief of it was that O'Rourke was still a full five 'yards tho wrong side of tho man Holo himself leaped from the boat upon the end of tho quay and sent a yell echoing after the fugitive. , "Hey!" ho roared. "Stop 'imt Deserter! Thief! Stop thief!" Tho black was facing O'Rourke in tho an instant, but simultaneously Irishman was upon him and had put nn elbow smartly Into bis midriff in s passing, nil but toppling tho man into tho harbor. ' It bad been well for him had he succeeded. As it was tho fellow saved himself by a hair's breadth and the next mlnuto was after O'Rourke, yelling madly. Tho Irishman showed a fleet pair of heels, bo sure; but, undoubtedly, the devil himself was in tho luck that night! Who shall dcscrlbo in what manner a rabblo springs out of tho very cobbles of Alexandria's streets? Men, women, nnked children and yapping pariah dogs, fellaheen, Arabs, Bedouins from tho desert, Nubians, Greeks, Levantines the fugitive had e yards ere a mob not covered of such composition was snapping at his calves. Turning and twisting, dodging nnd doubling, smiting this gratuitous enemy full in tho face, treating the next ns ho bad tho limb of the law (and leaving both howling), bo seized tho first opening nnd swung into a narrow back-waleading Inland from tho waterfront. Ho ran as seldom ho had run before, straining and laboring, stumbling, recovering and plunging onward. And, by tho gods, wasn't it hot! Tho khamsin raved and tore like a spirit through that narrow alley, of hell-flrturning it into a miniature inferno. But in tho course of some minutes, the end of tho tunnel came in view; a lighted rift between house walls, giving upon the illuminated street beyond. The sight brought forth a fresh burst of speed from O'Rourke. Ho .dashed madly out of the alley, stumbled and ran headlong into a strolling Greek, who grappled with him, at first in surprise and then in resentment, while the clamor of tho pursuing rabble shrilled loud and near and ever nearer. Exhausted as he was, the Irishman 'struggled with little skill before he mastered his own surprise; and in tne end saw his finis written along the blade of a thin, keen knife which the Greek nad whipped from the folds of bis garments and Jerked threateningly above bis head. It was falling when O'Rourke saw It In another breath be had been Unexpectedly the Greek! tabbed. shrieked, dropped the knife as though It had turned suddenly white-ho- t in his hands, and leaped back from O'Rourke, nursing a broken wrist; while a voice as sweet as the singing of angels rang in the fugitive's ears, though the spirit of Its melody was simple and crude enough. "O'Rourke, be all th' powers! The .masther himself! Glory, ye beggar, 'tis sorry I am that I didn't split the ugly face of ye wid me sthlck! . . . This way, yer honor! Come wid me!" Blindly enough (Indeed the world was all awhirl about blm) O'Rourke, bis arm grasped by a strong and confident hand, permitted himself to be swung to the right and across the Btreet. In a thought blackness again was all about him, but the hand gripped his arm, hurrying blm onward; and be yielded blindly to its guidance without power, forjthat matter, to question or to object; what breath be had be sorely needed. And as blindly he stumbled on for perhaps another hundred yards, while the voice of the rabble made hideous the night behind them. Hardly, Indeed, bad the two whipped into the mouth of the back-wa- y ere It was choked by a But "Nlver Bwarm of pursuers. fear!" said the voice at his side. "Tis ourselves that'll outwit them. . . . ,Here, now, yer honor, do yo go straight on widout sthoppln' ontll ye come to an iron dure in a dead wall at the end av this. Knock thero wance, count tin,' and knock again. I'll lead 'em away and be wid ye again In a brace av shakes!" Benumbed by fatigue and exhaustion, O'Rourke obeyed. He was aware that his preserver with a wild whoop bad darted aside into a cross-allebut hardly aware of more. Mechanically be blundered on until brought up by a wall that closed and made a of the way. With trembling bands he felt before blm, fingers encountering the smooth, 'cool surface of a sheet of metal. This, .then, was the door. As carefully as be could he knocked, counted ten, and knocked again while the mob that bad lusted for bis blood trailed off ,'down the side alley la frantic pursuit jot his generous preserver. And be heard with a smile, the letter's shrill 'defiant Irish valla luring thm. further d back-wardtwo-scoro c , upon the false scent. "If 'tis not Danny," gnsped the adventurer, "then myself's not the O'ltourko! Bless tho lad!" But ns ho breathed this benediction tho Iron door swung inwards nnd he stumbled across tho threshold, hardly conscious that he had done moro than pasw from open night 'to tho night of an enclosed space, ills foot caught on somo obstruction and ,he went to his knees with a cry that wns a cross between a sob and a groan; and incontinently fell full , length upon an earthen floor, his head pillowed on his arm, panting as if his .heart would break. ' In tho darkness above him someone cried aloud, a Btartled cry, and then tho door was thrust to with a clang land rattle of bolts. A match rasped ' half-faintin- CONVICTS KILL THREE GUARDS m lea Prisoners Assassinate War den, Deputy and Usher. Fosse on Way to Place Men Are Said to Have Been Seen. Lincoln, Neb., March II. Thrco prison Stops Neuralgia Pains Sloan's Liniment has a effect on the nerves. It stops neuralgia and sciatica pains in- soothing stantly. Here's Proof ' ers at tho Nebraska penitentiary at Lancaster, three miles south of here this afternoon assassinated Warden Jnmes Delnlumty, Deputy Warden Char-le- s Wagner, Usher A. C. Ilclhnnn and Mrs. C. M. Dowktr of Johannesburg, Mich., writes: " bloant Liniment is the best medicine In the world. It has relieved me of NeuralgU. Those pains have all rone and I can truly cay your Liniment did stop them." Mr. Andrew F. Lear ol 60 Gay Street, Cumberland. Md.. writes: "I have ued Sloan's Liniment (or Neuralgia and 1 certainly do praise It very much." Exhausted as He Was, the Irishman Struggled With Little Skill. loudly and a flicker of light leaped from a small hand lamp and revealed to Its bearer tho fagged and quivering figure on tho floor. Somo one sat down beside him with a low exclamation of solicit udo and gathered his head into her lap. Some ono quite simply enfolded his neck with soft arms and pressed his head to her bosom, and as if that were not enough, kissed him full and long, upon his lips. "My dear! My dear!" sho murmured in French. "What has happened, O, what has happened? My poor, poor boy!" Now tho Integral madness of all this; was as effectual In restoring O'Rourke to partial consciousness as had been a douche of cold water in his face. Blankly ho told himself that he was damned, and that it was all a dream. And yet, when he looked, it was to see, dim in tho feeble glimmer of the lamp, the face of a woman as beauti ful as young, as young as beautiful. Ono glance was enough. O'Rourke shut his eyes again. "If I look too long," he assured himself, "she'll van ish or or turn into a fiend. Sure, 'tis a Judgment upon me! Too long have I been an amorous this will undoubtedly be the dellrlum-tre- mens of love!" And with that he passed quietly Into temporary unconsciousness. dram-drinker; (To be continued.) The Slanderous Woman. If anyone would hint to the whoso slanderous tongue woman, lias done so to the reputations of many much harm Bryan Urges Recall. 13 Wil girls, that sho is criu-J- , narrow-min- d March Ohio, Columbus. Indlgnantlly liam Jennings Bryan today gave tho cd and vicious, she woud deny the charge, for In her own es Ohio Constitutional Convention his views He Umatlon she la one of th most gentle on the making of tho constitution. spoke in favor of tho initiative and the and best of her sex. A woman with saying the tho serpent's tongue seldom has the referendum and the recall, rather than- - a recall is an evolution, courage to speak her mind when face opportunity. This revolution. Mr. Bryan said: to faco with an between the scandal-mongfights from ambush "The only difference impeachhor recall, as now proposed, and striking their victims down with ment, as it has been employed. Is that vonomous insinuations. What carjs the trial is before a with In impeachments statements tho sho whether body of officials while the recall places which she eritertalns her associates people." lovely the decision in the hands of the bo true or mere gossip? This Mr. Bryan said there was no darker' lady Is not the only woman In our which the afternoon page Jn our Industrial life than that midst who will recorded indifference to the welfare of J at a friend's home, sit down at hor coining of dividends out tablo to enjoy tho dainties provided children, "the childhood, the darkening of the pros, for her refreshment, kiss her hostess of rising generation and the good-byand Immediately After leav pects of a posterity." ing tho house, will tear tho reputa- impoverishment of she has just left tion of tho woman Catarrh and her daughters to ehreds to tho Beware of Ointment for ono Is No first person sho meets. that Contains Menu ry. safe from her slanderous tongue. Tho mercury will surely destroy the Is untruo As report that Mrs. corhplotely deranse spread because sho sense of smell and to her husband Is the whole system when entering it chanced to her speaking to a hco mucous surfaces. Buch ar A. through tho "Alius man, not I elated tb her. on ticles should never be used except beautifully. Where docs sho dresses prescriptions from reputable physicians, get her clothes?" Is their query, as the damage tliey wUl do is ten fold "What tlmo do you think Kate W. got derive to tho good you can possibly home last night?" they usk a number from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu: Is Then tho Information of women. Cheney & Co., Toledo, whisper: given In a bonified "Just factured by F. J. O., contains no mercury, and Is taken in as my and I passed her husband acting directly upon the blood sho and ternally, house at 1:20 this morning of tho system. In got out of an automobile." Tho and tnucous surfaces a man bo sure buying Hall's Catarrh Cure poor girl had been to a party ut the you get the genuine. It is taken Interpeople; but the homo of prominent In Toledo, Ohio, by F. In nally and made damage was done, ub a doubt was J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. listener stilled In tho minds of tho Sold by druggists. Prjce, 75c, per botfor women at This is a hard world tle. themselves, It best. It is tho women Take Hall's Family Pills for corustlpa-tloare tho worst who not tho men m enemies to their kind. Ex. er e, n. wounded Cellhouso Keeper Dooily. Tho threo convicts then inado their escapo from tho front entrance of the penitentiary, nnd wcro swallowed up In tho blizzard that Is raging here. The is the best remedy for rheuhilling was dono by Convicts Morcley, matism, backache, sore Taylor and Dowd, each sentenced for throat and sprains. 3Iorley has previously bank robery. At all dealers. served In Missouri for murder. Prlca 23c.,50c.and $1, OO Deputy Warden Wng- Tho trio Bhot Sloan's book oa ner In his office, Just off tho chapel Morses, Cattle, Hogs and Poulwhich looks out Into tho prison yard. try tent free. Doody wns shot Just outsldo tho Address of which ho wns tho keeper. Tho Dr. murderers, after blowing off tho lock of Earl S. Skua tho first door which leads Into tho public Boston, Mass. entranco of the prlson.rushed tho turnkey nt tho point of a revolver, forced him to unlock another door, took his keys nnd let themselves Into the main corridor. out Beforo tho men let themselves they had shot Warden Delahunty nnd the Usher Hcllman by firing through men having tho two barred doors, rushed out of their offices Into tho main corridor when tho .first shot was heard. Four 3ious9 plants fro"-- Refcul our Tho warden was shot once and Hellmnn announcement n. in another past tho twice. As the trio rushed 23tt warden, another bullet was fired Into his body as ho leaned against a door casing. THE Nono of the other convicts attempted SEWING immediately escape. to The turnkey MACHINE locked tho remaining convicts In their OF cells. QUALITY. As soon ns news of the uprising reached tho Governor's office tho local pompany sent by special of Stato Militia NOT train totho penitentiary. Sheriff Hyers SOLD Chief of Police Hunger also started UNDER and with posses. Governor Aldrich directed ANY that Adjutant General Phelps bo put In OTHER NAME. temporary charge of the penitentiary. It is believed weapons were smuggled WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. In to the convicts by former prisoners. Word was received at the penitentiary If you purchase the NEW HOME you wilt at 6 o'clock that three men had been seen have a life asset at the price you pay, and will going Into a haystack about throe miles not have an endless chain of repairs. west of the penitentiary. A poose Is now on the way to the place. 1 IJ Considered A spirit of unrest has been premore than valent imong the convlots for a month and on February 11 a negro convict, Albert Prince, fatally stabbed Deputy Warden E. D. Davis during the chapel service. e, col-um- SLOANS LINIMENT NEW s HOME If you want a sewing machine, write tor) our latest catalogue before you purchase. The New Home Sewing Machine Co., Orange, MaetO WE WANT TO SEND Lsaf 1H' aw ABSOLUTELY YOU FREE 493 TMJJM bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbibV 1K? Lock Box 95, Pj3hHk Oar Treat asaal for WEAK LUNGS Conaaaaptioa In anjr form Colds, If you are subject 'to Pnlns in the chest and under the shoulder blades, if you have night sweats, hemorages or consumption on any form, feel weak and run down, write us and we, will send you a FULL SIZED DOT. TLB of Germinal Emulsion, as a FIIEE TIUAL and you can seo for your self what the medicine will do for you. 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Anonympps communications will recti re no snlni nnd push the Interest of the old town of In an effort to bring back some our prosperity of a few jenrs ago about was comthe tlmo Uio new railroad pleted. The return of pood weather, nnd n more cheerful feeling anions nil our people, seems to iw furnishes nn opportune time for something to bo done along Oil line. Let us resurrect our Commercial Club, nnd make a desperate manufacturing effort to bring some nnd plants to our town. With railroad rhcr transportation facilities, nnd nn nbundnncc of coal nnd timber nt linnd there Is no renson why this place should not nttrnct a number of factories nnd we betlcc. with n llttlo eneourngeniont.vvo could soon hne our own town on n. business boom, such ns would bring prosperity tp pur pcpole. Let us try It. COAL STRIKE PEACE MAY SOON BE FOUND ates, Likely Be that English Trouble Will Settled During Coming Week. X or 3 per cent. The .whites hnd l,t30,Sl Illiterate", or 12.S per cent of their number. Tho negroes lind 2,S31,6f.9 Illiterates, or ,10 S per cent. Comparing 1910 with 19"0, thero was a gnln of IMlO.liC In tho population of 10 J tars nnd over, but the number of Illiterates Ml off 003,101. There was consequently n decline In tho perctntngo of llll.e acy from 10 7 to 7.7 percent for tho 1,(36,530, , t - OUR Are Back -- Mffi From awniniu topulatlon. tk Markets! ttBtlOQ, &....... aioiafla. Jllwer Owaatoaxlsua. ,. TXIiSFKOlTXB. MAUCH ..... .o. RAILWAY WAGES AND WAY EARNINGS. RAIL- miDAY, Hughes may have to let his name be Used, after nil. President Tnft's ndocacy of two new battleships Indicates that there Is no weak scntlmnotallsm propaganda. about his pence -- Democratic newspapers, with one acbelabor Col. JSoose-vel- t. cord, continue to They seem to fenr him more than liny living Republican. The republican State Central Committee made a nilstnke In calling such early conventions. Had the committee met a month later nnd called the fetate conwould vention a month later, thero liae been no tangle because-o- f the redisricting Bill. The day after the State election last November the Hartford Herald attempted to assassinate tho character of eveiy Kepubllcan In Hartford by vague Insinua very tlons. Now, tills same editor Is much put out by what he thinks are eilcd insinuations in this paper I I hear When the Kentucky democrats from the small boy with the gun, who Jias been tatd $100 for tho privilege of shooting nn occasional rabbit, they will be soiry. Many of tho guns owned bv these country bojs are not worth more than $X00, jet they answer the purposo as well as the $75 00 gun owned by the rich member of the City Hunting Club Tho poorer counties of Kentucky .which lire suffering untold hardships because to of bad roads, asked for State aid build good roads from the Kentucky In There were substantial increases the wages of railway emplojocs during the fiscal ear 1911. Reports filed with the Intcrstnto Commerce Commission to show that tho totnl compensation tho cmnlojecs of rnllwnjs over CM miles wage long was l,OiC,2T7,2l9. The totnl cost to tho rnllwnjs for tho jcar was greater by Jll.fGSSS thnn It would hnve been nt the rates of pny In effect during 1910, nnd greater by JC9,7,673 thnn It would hnve been at the rates of piy In effect during 1909. Notwithstanding nn Increase of S.liiS there In tho miles of railway operated, pay i oils were fewer emplojecs on the June 30, 1910, by 31,037, jet the total compensation pild to emplojecs during 1911 was greater thnn that paid during 1910 by Mi,976,J10. 'lhls is greater thnn the Increase In the gros earnings of tho rnllwnjs by f,5U,1Jt. the net are revenues of the rallvvnjs, which what Is left nfter pnjlng operating fell off by $10,9s,539 during this same period In which compensation Increased nearly fifty million dollnrs. from These figures arc summarized Bulletin No 2S of the Bureau of Rall-wa- jEconomics, which arc based on official reports made by the Interstate Commeico Commission, and which exhibits In detail a comparison ot then.? gregnte compensation to different classes of emplojees.tho number of emplojces of different clase.s, nnd the relation to railway traffic for tho fiscal j ears lift), 1910, nnd 1911. The summary of revenues and expen, flftj ses of the steam rallvvajs over miles In lentgh for the month of December, Just Issued by this Bureau, shows that for the calendar jear 1911 the total operating revenues wieo less thnn for the calendar jear 1910 by ?.7,C9S,7JO, and the net revenues less by tJ2,2'C,7Si. London, March 17. Settlement of tho coal strike seems not unlikely to Involve a serious political crisis. The opposition party in tho House of Commons has been evpected to ndopt nn attitude of beneo- lent neutrality toward tho government's minimum wage bill. Conservative organs arc beginning to hint that unless tho government's mens-ur- o prov es to bo a "strong" one.such benevolence can not be counted on, but that the opposition will bo free to treat the bill as n contentious measure, ns It Is practically certain thnt nny bill ncccptn-bl- c to the Labor party will be distasteful to the Conservatives. William J. Thome, SI. P., for Wcsthnm declares thnt If the strike lasCs six weeks the trnde unions of the country will be bankrupt. Much may depend on the nt- tltude of tho Irish party. John IZ. lied mon.1. tho Irish nnrllimontnrv l,!!-- . will be placed In a difficult position. Nearlj-- nil the Labor and Socialist members of the-- House of Commons are home tillers, whose sjmp.itliy he desires to retain, but ho would be almost compelled to support the government, a coalition of the Conservatives, iauomes nnu i.eumonuiies against me minimum wage bill would wreck the irne mnmrnt ninl ruin tlm i lninpfM nf securing home rule. Chatter. Spring Merchandise Every I (Contributed ) ! . is Arriving ; Day! What a pltj It is that our countrj- - debating societies, school Improvement leagues, nnd American societies of Kqulty do not undertake to study and dlscurs such ltnlly Important subjects ns tho Recall, the Initiative, or enacting of livvs by the people ns Locnl option is enacted, nnd thnt Is aU the Initiative nieans-ni- id the Referendum, or right to veto a law when a majority of tho people delre to annul It. These are not party big questions, but thoy nro question with good or evil for everj man, woman nnd child In this Intnl. We can not escape tho decision of these matters, nnd we ought not to think tho uspon- slbllltj- - of friuiklj Inquiring Into these t revolutionary means 01 correcting Heme, evils. Wluit debiting socletj' or kindred will be the flrxt to take up this line of discussion? The writer would like to attend such meeting nnd show It would do uuiih good nnd ptovo lj- - as entertaining as a discussion of tho age old controversy between the sword and the pen. v- Fashion's latest decrees greet you on every hand. We have set apart ! ! Friday, March 29 : -- AS OUR- - Spring Opening Day We invite everybody to visit our storo on this date, for no other purposo but to see what we are showing for spring. 44 . c- - ANOTHER IIAUTl'OUD WONDKR Mr. Joe Robertson.of near Hartpike ford, on the Beaver Dam claims to have a new nnd Interesting bleed of Honej'-IleeBj careful nnd scientific breeding he has succeeded In crossing Ills Bees with 'lightning bugs." They now woik both 'night and daj,"' nnd parties wishing to Invest In this new and wonderful Insect can find Mr. Robertson at home everj'day eccpt when ho will bo s. V t , In Hartford. CITY CORRESPONDENT. x x X X ' The Funeral of Dudley Ford. tor-noo- Conceding thnt President Taft Is both honest and able along most lines, the fact remains he Is a failure as nn executive. A President who clings to rennd censured Plnehot: Who tains Jns. tA llson, Secnitarj of Agriculture, nnd spokesman for tho Brewers Association, at the prhe of discharging from the public service Dr. Wllej and tho tlischargo was none Icis re.ilbecausc Indirect Is not the sort of President to command the lespect of the people. It is no answer to saj he Is a good man. George the Third wns n good hus band nnd father, jet he made Rrltlxli rufe Intolerable. liall-lnger Make your arrangements to be present. I E. P. Barnes & Bro., ! l t Beaver Dam, Kentucky. Legislature nnd tliat body, which was Jn both Democratic overwhelmingly How Would it Help Them? branches, responded by creating the ofat The strikers In tho woolen mills fice of Itoad Engineer at a salary of Lawrence, Mass, and the wretched conbe paid by ,the tac dition to the laboring people there unto J3.300 a year payers of the State. That Is aH. to der a Protective Tariff is pointed triumphantly as proving the failure of still The editor of tho Hartford Herald that policy. It may be true that con persists Jn showing himself up to his ditions are as bad as reported and that pareaders, through bis ravings at this de emnloyes do not receive enough to per. Well that is his privilege. cently support them, but how under heav Tho Hartford Herald confcolcs the bov en It is going to help the workmen to whose gun lias been taxed by the late have the Tariff removed nnd force the legislature by telling him, he may hunt manufacturers to produce their goods on his own land without pajlng the at still lower cost. Is something we can 'We presume lie may drink spring water not comprehend Boulder (Colo) News being on Ws own land also, without taxed, provided he has the spring. ta. Died at Beaver Dam. "The Hartford Jtepubllcan sajs Col. Bradley Is quoted as saying that "the led Roosevelt forces In the State are by men who have been kicked out of office, or who failed to get an office." Well, what about It? Docs that lilt any community? Koosevelt leader In Uiis "Whose toes are being "tromped" on? Hartford Herald. If The Herald knows of any Roosevelt leader In this community who comes within either class, Jet him bo named. That would bo tho fair and manly thing. Js reported that the management of JU. H. & 11. ItaUroad Company putting on another passcngir train, which will take the place df the accommodation, which now passes Hartford, Jn the morning going south, and Jn tho evening going north. It Is ery true. to be hoped that this is much Our people are very anxious to patronUo the new road, but at prehept the connections are such ns to make It almost Impossible for them to do so. UspecUlly Is this true going south, as tho freight accommodation frequently jnlsse conneo tlon at Moorman for the Ow ensboro train. Jn tho morning. It the .John Wesley Neighbors was born in Warren county, Kj, April 20, 18U. Died at his home In Beaver Dam, Ky, March 9, 1912, aged seventy ycais, ten months and twelve dajs. Sarah. B. He was married to Ml&s Hints, of Butler county, January 20 ISC To this union was born ten children, of two whom are living seven sons and daughters. One dear daughter having preceded her fatlicr to ,Uie glory land. Mr. Neighbors professed faith In ChrLst In 1877 and Joined the Methodist church to which he lived a consistent member until Jils death. In his death the community in wihlch he lived Jias lost an obliging neighbor, his family an agreeable companion and kind father. Though hU suffering was intense ho bore It patiently and always had a micas ant word for all. l'uneral Services March 11 at 11 cfiojock a. m. conducted by It v. A. L. Met! at Liberty Church after whlitfi his tody was laid to test In Liberty Ceme,tery, three miles Kast of Beaver Dam. Safe In the arms of Jesus, Safe on his i,en.tle breast. A The funeral of Mr. Dudley I'ordwas If Jou do not attend the count j Mass hold at the Baptist Church, of which Convention at Hartford on April Cthjou lastTriday nf n voluntarllj- - disfranchise jourself. Whethhe was a member, at 2 o'clock. The services were er jqu be for Taft or for Roosevelt jou of owe it to jourself to come and make conducted bj Rev. A. B. Gardner, Beaver Dam, and attended by a large your choice known. audience of friends of Mr. 1'ord and fain llj The remains w ere In charge of Hart"Of all sad words of Tongue or Pen, deceased the saddest are these: Beaver ford Lodge of Masons, the Dam Sugar won again!" luwlng been a member of the at Grove Lodge. Interment followed Why can't Ohio county get up a road pall Oakwood cemeterj. The active building contest? If nil the farmers inbearers were: Messrs. Rowan HolbrooK, along the Hartford and Sulphur El. 'Crabtree, Owen Hunter, John B. WU terested Springs road would guarantee one week's son, C. P. Kcown and T. It. Barnard. wagon and team in hnullng Besides a wife, the following children work with the rock and grading the road bed, we survive: Mrs. Bud Hoagland, of near Hartford; Miss Lorena Ford and James believe the county would furnish the Conner, rock. Once the rock is down the county D. 1'ord, at home; and Prof. begin getting Hills takes care of it. Why not Ford, who Is teaching at Seven pledges now while the miserable roads school, Owensboro. argue for the proposition? Mr. 1'ord was a confederate veteran, having enlisted when a mere boj. Ho or Speaking once with the engineer was the Democratic nominee for county fireman of a county saw mill Jie reJudge of Ohio county at the last county marked that every engine had her own election, and was one of the most ac peculiarities, like human beings. Some the workers In the American Society of of them worked all right when the work Equity, being a member of the district was constant, but were difficult to get board from this county. He was engagstarted going right; while others could ed In tho tobacco and general merchan- bo depended upon to finish a small dise business at Pleasant Ridge for more Job In stjle, but would balk nt long or than twenty jears, and was 07 years old.j scnt0 nm j,ai to be humored A chair at the table Is vacant, a place and cojoled to be kept running. To the In the church, lodge and farmer s' union observing' mind every age.ev'ery Individual, is left to be filled, but the work of a every season bcurs the mark of its own not Individuality, liven the months reveal workman will go on. Might we get a lesson from the poet, Brjant? themselves without searching thru the "So live that when thy summons comes calendar, and even now March, Nature's to Join maid of all work, Is sweeping tho earth Tho Innumerable caravan that moves, with her winds, und nltcrnutqly washing To that mjsterlous realm where each with floods nnd cleansing iW'Uh sunshall tako shine, shaking every loose window nnd His chamber In tho silent halls of death. slamming every open door with a noisy Thou go not like the quarry slave at announcement of her presence and a night, warning that her annual house cleaning Scourged to his dungeon, but, sustain is on, andtluit mcro men and women ed and soothed tnust take note thereof und gov era them By an unfaltering trust, approach thy selves accordingly. rQ&f Listen ! Vhy,E4STER will soon be here. "; t i AVcrry -a Easter will soon demand merry ttlre. Bloom out In one of our Easter outfits, frpm your hat down; you will be happy from the ground up. grave The ground principle of our business is to please our customers, not only when they buy our clothes, but while they wear them. Ve want to urge our friends to urge their friends to come see our store. Then our goods and our low prices will urge them to buy and become, for a life time, our business friends. up-gr- ade ntlEND. v The only wnyto have a fair decision over the .selection of delegates ,to iiomi nate a candidate for president, is to give acli voter on, opportunity to express It Is too hU choice Jn his precinct. jiiucJi to link a voter to ilde thirty mtles oyer the muddy roads of tho average counties Jn Kentucky to attend at mass Convention at the Count) seat In order to have a voice in the selection of his candidate. The fact that this mode Jias alvyuys been resorted to Js no ex-- 1 cum for the continuance of the custom. Wet,entilre the prediction that it will noV occur again In thli State, or any Six Tobacct Fools Sold. Poducoh, Ky., llurch 20. Six pools of tobacco In tho runners' Union in Trigg tho county have been puichosed by Amerlcun Tobacco Company. The pools comprise about 700,0110 pounds at an average price of $8.15 a hundred, a total of $37,030. Deliveries of the tobacco have begun. The Lamauco pool In Lyon county has been purchased aUo. of Like one who wraps the drapery his couch pUosant About him and lies down lo dreams," Illiteracy is Decreasing. Washington, Marrh 20. statement of the results A preliminary of the thir- other. vI , i i jatn There 1 no reason why the business ot Harftord should not orgonUe teenth census enumeration regarding llllt cracy In the I'nited States was made today by Director DuranJ. The statement shows that In 1910 thero were 71,t0,;TU persons 10 years of age for Sale, or over In the United States, of whom 70 seres of hill land. Plenty of tim5,517,C08 were unable to read or write, dwelling, constituting T.7 per cent, pf the populaber to keep place up. Good good tobacco and stock barns; splendid tion. well In .yard. On Hartford and Hawes-vlll- e who constituted The native whites. J. L. HICKS, road. nearly 75 per cent of the entire popula. M Hartford, Ky., R. F. D. fi. Uon, had the smallest number of HUter- - Ohio county lost two of her best citizens In the death of Ketli T. Hunter and Dudley Ford. Of each It might bo truth fully said the; "Elements were so mixed In him That Nature might stand up and say, To all the world, "Behold a Man!"! too, fitful fever, they After life's sleep." ' Fam The Court of Appeals on last affirmed two of the largest verdicts j for ctamut.es by water ever given by M. jQraham Ohio county juries. Jno. was given tl.COOOO and McDowell and Petty 9800.00. Both were against the iu. ft N. On the come day the Court finally decld ed the soldier back pay case In which officers of Co. II, were Interested, Jn fa vor of uch officers. CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. 4' Hartford, Kentucky. i" mmmmt -- v;-i c.1.. Brf FAIR'S Millinery Opening THURSDAY March, 28, tt V We cordially invite the Ladies 6f Ohio county to call and inspect the most complete line of Ladies and Children Head wear to bo found in Hart- Prof, Conner Konl returned Ho Owcnu-bor- o strurtlon; rations Rtiltablo for various Sunday, nflernoon, whoro he I" classes of live stock; scores of fowls of all types; Incubators, brooders, principal of tho fie v en Mils school. and poultry supplies; domestic science caresend JiiBt for remembrance why not fully equipped; largo variety f nitrlctil-turyour friend a bcnutlful Hauler I'nslal bulletins nnd many other InterestCnrd7 Seo Ohio County DrUK Cp's. ing things too numerous to mention. " Tho lectures will bo upon such subjects Mrs. D. A. AddltiRton, who linn been as tho following: soil manngement; requite III for recrnl dnyii at tho homo storation of worn soils; mixing nnd np- Is lying fertilizers; crop rotations; of her daughter, Mrs. J. 12. Fogle, feed' but little better. ing, breeding nnd manngement of live market Mr. A. II. 1'lummer, Btntrnl manaser stock; Judging of live stock; of tho Centertown Mercantile Co., was classes nnd grades of live stock; dairy In the Knstcrn markets thin week buy- cattle, breeding and feeding; dairy management; diseases of llvo stock; orchnrd ing goods for hli store. and small fry It management; Insect and Mr. II. C. Wnrd, of Centertown, paid fungus pests nnd the-leradication; Tho Republican a pleasant call Monday sprays nnd spraying; truck gardening; and renewed his subscription, and orpoultry raising and management; cook dered the four house plants we uro givery, composition of foods, etc; house ing away. hold equipment and home de'coratlon; homo and farm sanitation, and agriculMm. Dorcas Gray, tho efficient operator, has returneil from Tay- tural clubs. The specialists from the College will lor Mines, where she Tiad been nt tho agriculture bedside of her little nleco, A,lma Gray, treat the various lines of that aro to be presented nnd their work who was burled Sunday at that place. will bo supplemented by tho services Mr. It. 11. Martin returned Tuesday of somo of tho most widely known aucallfrom Cromwell, where he had been thorities In the United States. his ed on account of tho Illness of Special attention should bo called to mother, Mrs, J. X. Martin, and sister, the women's work, which will occupy Mrs. T. C. Stratton, bath of whom arc ono entire coach. This will bo In charge ' much better. of Homo of tho best known authorities Ky.j In tho country on homo economies In nil Mr. Martin Thomas, of Morgan, and Mr. 1'rnnlc Koremnn, of Cynthlana. Its branches. Ky who aro conncctod with .the engiI.Iteraturo on the topics treated will neering corps of a now railroad, arrived bo given a way to those Interested In liny homo last Friday morning for a visit particular subject. hire with their parents. They expect to The Farm SpceJal will bo at Heaver return tomorrow. Dam on Wednesday, April 10 nt 7:30 p. Mr. Isaac Foster, of Central Clty.wns m., and everyone Is hulled to visit the In Unitford Tuesday and Wednesday, llif train. T. It. BRYANT, has cold his hutol at Central City, but Superintendent Extension Division, upon a permanent locahas not decided Kentucky Agricultural Esperlment tion. Ilo hud been In tho hotel busiol r tele-pho- Spring Millinery i Exhibit 1912 iti We announce for -- Y 'X-vl- - THURSDAY MARCH w w 28. Our formal showing: of the new Hats for Spring and Summer wear. Every Hat is absolutely new and many of the exclusively with us. creations MRS. GERTRUDE WRIGHT BEAN will be in charge again and her ability to please needs no comment. cordially invite you and your friends to inspect this showing, We Respectfully, BARNARD HARTFORD, & CO., KY. p i. M ford. ness but a short time at Central and sold nt a nice profit. City, MRS. BOWDEIN a lady of wide experience in Millinery is in charge of this department. 2kGo, Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, MARCH Go to U.. S. Carson for cerles. Miss Kfflo Foster, of .Springfield. Ky.. she hns arrived at Centertown, wjiero will bo milliner for tho Centertown season Co. This Is her third with this firm, mid Is held In high esteem by them. Tho dress goods department of this stoic will bo In charge of Miss connected Laura Toll, who has been with tho firm for somo time. Mcr-cnnt- Where's all This Money to Come From? much The lately deceased and not a mourned General Assembly lias left legacy of debt, debt, debt. On June 1 there will be a deficit of l.VO.OOO In the Stato treasury, and It must be added tho following appropriations passed by the Legislature. Where's all tho money to como from? APPROPRIATIONS. Estimated. C,V0O.ij9 Confederate pensions 10,ooo.fj Primary bill :,50o.lJ Good roads salary 23,000.00 Banking Commission, otc 1,200.14 Court of Appeals G,000.t) Blind Asylum, increase 4,000.11 School superintendents School for Colored Children i. .. 5,0)0 00 D.OOU.W EddyvlUe Ponltentlary 3,000.00 New Judge, Loulsllle 3H.00 Mrs. William CromweJI 41,600.03 More pay .for legislators 0,000. T Labor inspectors 1,500.C0 Game Warden 23,00u.00 Perry Memorial 37,900.00 Deficit House of Reform 5,000.00 School of Deaf and Dumb 3,000.00 New Judge, Newport New Judge, Seventh district .. ..3,000.00 Supervlson Revenue Agents .. .. l.SuO.OO .mflO Jefferson Davis Manorial Western Kentucky Colored Col liege 12,500.00 25,000.00 16,000.00 25,000.00 35,000.90 50,000.(0 Tho residence of Mr. Lou Stevcns.whp mllcs about one and Cast of Hartford, was .totally destroyed by fire about C o'clock Wednesday morning. Mrs. Stevens was away fronij a homo and her husband had kindled fire In the kitchen stove and goneto he tho barn to feed his stock, ,when ellscovercd tho fire, and before ho could reach the house, the building had fallen In, destroying all of tho household goods. llos one-ha- lf SPRING MILLINERY OPENING fresh gro- - THURSDAY MARCH 28 The ladies of Hartford and vicinity M. L. H.&E. Railroad Ufc Time Table at Hartford, Ky. N. lime card effective Monday a. in. Aug. 21st. No. 113 North Bound duo 7:19 daily except Sunday. c4 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. dally except Sunday. No. 116 South Bound due 8:45 a. m. dally except Sunday. No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p m. dally except Sunday. H. E. MISCHKE Agt. For tbe Man Who Shaves THE DURHAM SAFETY Sr RAZOR Miss Lizzie O'Dannon and Mr. Onel Owen surprised their friends In HartMlss Lettle Marks has returned from ford Wednesday, when It was learned a visit with friends in Louisville. Ind., that they had gone to Rockport, Miss Amuzllla Render, of McIIenry. whero they were to be tnrorled that was ofMlss LiUlo llurton this day. Only a few close friends knew of week. the arrangements for tho elopement. Baseball and other reliable sporting Both of the young people are students goods of all kinds at Clevo Iter's. Sec In Hartford College and excellent people. They returned Thursday afternoon his window display. on'the M. H. & E. " handsomely Beautiful Easter Cards Mr. M. A. Faught, of Owensboro, was designed and Illustrated, fan' fce purchasIn this city last week looking for a loed at Ohio CountyDrug Cq." cation of a large piano and organ store, Mrs. Sallle, Le Bo'wuon, ft Leltchfledl, which ho advised us he wuold open in has arrived inIartftVrd and will again b Hartford as quickly as possible. lie In charge of the millinery department of has not fully decided upon his store. Fair & Co. room, but" will be here again In-- a few Mr. J. Henry Drown, of Central City, days to complete arrangements. This traveling salesman for Swift & Co.,was will be permanent headquarters, and a pleasant roller at the" Republican office the surrounding country will covered by Wednesday. his representatives. Mr. Faught has .been In this business for several years, Eld. W. B. Wright will fill his " and we gladly welcome this business to regular appointment at,' thd-gue-" are invited to call and inspect my stock of the latest styles in Spring Millinery. Increase for asylums Repair old State House Western Normal School Eastern Normal School State College Concrete at Deaf and Dum tute MISS POPPIE NALL Opposite Court House. Corner Main and Court Street. instiTW.M 75,000.00 10,000 00 15.0OO.C0" the Christian Church next Sunday mofnlner and even ing. Evcry,bcidj':(Wrt(U-v- Hartford. Mr. Will Pork, of Clear turn, has sold his farm to Mr. A. T. Handley. of Spencer county, Ind., and tho latter moved to Ills now home tills week. Mr. Fielden Acton, of k, 'is dangorously sick for some time. lie of Mrs. John A. Daniel, who Is at his bedside. Route 1, Ola-toand has been Is, the father of this city, n, The Farm Special Train. I p. At Beaver Dam, April 10, at 7: :o Is the Thing PRICE by3Sc For Sale : J. C. ILER ' Bant forget Rlkty'e Barber Shop. has Just .received a Let The Republican print your visiting 33tf or professional cards. U. 8. Carosn bar- rel of Sour Pickles fine. Mr. John Dobbs, of Roslne, paid The Republican a call Vednesday. receiving V. 8. Carson Is constantly theVtewest and best groceries. Telephone! your orders In. WU1 pay One BoUar per (bushel tor Qood Wbtwt. HARTFORD MILL CO 3itf 4s cook 'WHITE GIRL WANTED-- To be and do general housework. Must steady and reliable. Gopd home In Owensboro, Ky and good wages, every week. Call or write Tbe Hartford: Ue- - m r$--, '1 '' The Agricultural Special train which Is being prepared by tho College of Agriculture of the State University and the at State Department of Agriculture Frankfort, to be run over 4he various roads In Kentucky, will bo pne of tho beat educational opportunities .that has L Mr. and Mrs. James T, Davis, of near.V ever been offered to the peoplo of Ken: . .i . ounnyuaie, are, me1 poruu'pareius oi a tucky. Much time and fno'ney has been baby boy that arrived on March 8. He spent In the effort to make tthls train a has been christened Elmore Diamond "university on wheels," to be taken to and "Daddy" Is all smiles. Dr. J, A. the very doors of the pepple. Besides the two living cars which will Duff attending physician." accommodate the thirty or more peoplo Call at The Republican office for a who wlU compose the staff, there wilt and be six cars devoted to free sample copy of the Farmer the various lines Stockman, which we are offering with of agriculture, fitted up with, exhibits year each The Republican one and illustrative of tho topics of the lecture, four roses or house plants for (1.25. To, give an Index as to the make-u- p of Papers free for the asking the exhibits, the following may ho men The Building Committee of the new tioned; grain,, and forage crops for Ken- Methodist Church held a meeting" Tues. lucky; Improved farm Implements; day night and made f urther armngemen Iarged photographs, teaching lessons 15,OU0 'agriculture; scores ot agricultural chart for the bulldlpg oftlie handsome church which wll bo erected lure ay live stock of various kinds; iUuatratlons of the work of the College; printed bulpointed to sell she dwelling iwWch now letins regarding free courses; samples of stands on the church 'site, and a motion soils and fertilisers; spraying outfits completely was parried that on Saturday June 1 for orchards and gardens; and of Insect ground should bei broken, preparatory equipped dairy; work t. fungus peau ana devices 'for ttwdr EGGS FOR SAX.E Single Comb Buff Orpington ClUckeos,' and Indian Runner Ducks. Orpington eggs 75 cents per 15. Duck eggs 75 tents per 13. MRS. C. A. WILSON, 31t4 R. F. D. No. il. Olaton. Kv. - '' de-i- country and every one had visions of parted they returned, carrying paving cheaper leather. The Tariff was denounc brick from the company's piles Into the 16,000,00 ed to such an extent that finally Constreet. The street has been Impassable 60,000.00 gress heeded the cry and took the duty two years. For State Fair 2,500.00 off hides, "making them absolutely free, State Forestry Board 30,000.00 so that hides now can come from any Experiment station A Card of Thaaks. with Children's Humane Society .. .. 20,000.00 part of the world on an equality In behalf at all the surviving brothers, For State Treasurer's cleiks .. .. 3,300.00 American hides. and near relativesof my beloved brothFor Attorney General's clerks .. 1,200.00 The duty that was removed at that er, A. FJoyd Miller, who departed this For Secretary of State's clerks .. 10,000.00 time was IS per cent., and that is the life on March 9, 1912, at Brooklyn, N, 15,000.0 amount that was to be taken off shoes. V. Colored Normal Ecliool I wish to thank all who so willingly 1,000.00 Has any one found that shoes are cheap Panama canal commissions tendered their services and sympathy The at the time of funeral, and especially Premiums on officers' bonds' .. ..6,000.00 er, or that harness Is cheaper? 600.00 government lost the duty, thus decreasGettysburg delegation do we thank Brother Gardner for his .' .. .. 2,500.00 ing its income, but the customers kind and comforting words. May God Tax Commission 15,000.00 the ultimate consumers of whom we In Ids tenderest mercy Tuberculosis Hospital bestow upon all heard so much, have they sot ten If; his richest blessings. , . ..11,009,764.00 No, not that any one knows of. Instead Total ROBT. II.'MILLER. .. 1,500,000.00 of cheaper shoes we have hod higher Defldf Bardstown, Ky. shoes. Who got that 15 per cent? And mt Shore ,1 $.,S09I764.00 who was it that was worked Total S. C. 1. 1. (N. Y.) Journal. And Black Orpington stock fromfl.W Children are much more likely to conto 12.00. Eggs from good mating 1.W Frizzled Openings. " tract the contagious diseases when they cents to 12.00 per IS. Baby chicks 23 have colds. Whooping cough, dlptherla, Among those we have heard at meet each. 'Phone 99 A. consumption are dis- ings and after-dinnscarlet fever and MRS. A. S. C1IINN. eases that are often contracted wliwi I rise with diffidence. 3514 Bavr Dam, Ky. U why all Unaccustomed as I am to public speak' the child has a cold. That i iriedlcal autliorltles say beware of colds, ing. "Gocd IIouHakiewto" k one of tha For the quick cure of colds you find not 1 was totally unprepared. today. moat popular maeajAcsw pf Couah Ing better than Chamberlain's As the hour Is growing late. Tii price coe yttr is $1.60. Bead Remedy. It can always be depended up-o- n It falls to my lot. your order to J. Key Rafter Maa-slo- e and is pleasant and safe to take. For I cannot find words. I Aaucy, Hart&xrd, Ky. tf m sale by all dealers. I am overcome with emotion. Tou can say goodbye to constipation I shall not Inflict a speech upon you, mln with a clear conscience 'f you use Cham (This Is good for at least forty-fiv- e That lemisds Ui. berlaln's Tablets. Many have been perOne of the things ttuU is said to be utes or, oretory.) Ex. manently cured by their use. For sale by Impending Is an Increase In jthe price of m all dealers. shoes. That reminds us of something. Wichita, Kan., March 13. Twelve wo A few years ago the cry was raised all over the country Uiat our shoes and men constructed, abrick wajk on CenS. C. B. Legbortjs, Barred P. Rocks. the harness for our horses was high be- -, tral avenue and Stephens street in Wluli-It- a Bird carttully Mlttted midnight. The women were seen Tt. "bred to lay" klsd. lor besoty sod quality last cause of the "robber Tariff on hides. Ugsora eggs M psr 1 00: Hock sans off hides and shoes and toiling at ,the Job, but w.lieri a pedeatrlan Istsctloa OMared. M iter tl.M. i .Order sow. HatTake the Tariff women dlsap- harness would Immediately be cheapened began Investigating the 1. I. BABNABP, te- B, Ke. J, liawDimKy, JSU swept tho peered. When ithe curiosity seeker great reform was 1,200.00 Governor's mansion New Judicial Franklin district.. McCreary qounty Jo Huf faker's stenographer .. .. Land for Stato Fair leii. talk-fest- s: to WomiaWHWalkatlHiht .il VI a that t MiMHWJMVjM4mftiMIJH.ail'Wirvuft,-MIAr- Hogwallow Happenings. I that follow knew ho Imnglno. was up the tree, nnd cannot n unless It was on account of the ho forgot to blow out. Mill wonders how lan-ttr- Direotory Ohio Covuaty F ! JUL. Cricket somo Hicks lin In at last attracted this (In IIorwaIIow Kontucklan.) wlio ralFcil n fine Jeffcrxon 1'otolcHs, Ills corn Inst season, croti of broom It up of mnklns finished tlio work a and started with Into brooms, wagon load of them for Thundcratlon Thursday morning. 'When In tlio proxithe mity of the Gimlet creek bridge mules ran away nnd swept down tlio who Is nn Constable, Tho Deputy road for several miles before, they could avowed candidate wns for be stopped. over nt I'.yc Straw shaking hands with In tho VOTUIt In that prcclnet this week. died this week Lemuel Hcnstep neighborhood. Resides the Cnlf lllbs Many Driven from Homo. the earth, ho leaves two children. Ecry year, in many parts of tho Excelsior riddlhiff Band will country, thousands are driven from their Tlio givo a music festival at the church homes by coughs nnd lung disease. If there Friends nnd business are left behind near Thundcratlon, tonight. but this Is costly proceeds for other climates, of ,tho Is enough left gets through and not always sure. A better way Sidney Hocks after Dr, to use counting Jt, same will bo given to the tho way of multitudes-- is King's New Discovery and cure yourHill church Doc with self at home. Stay right there, ElUck Hellwangor has a new wntch your friends, and toko this safe mcdl that ho swapped a horse for. "While cine. Throat and lung troubles find It cannot get over as much ground as quick rel!f and health returns. Its the horse, still It can run faster. help Is coughs, colds, grip, croup.whoop- of his new watch ingcough nnd soie lungs make it a posIs very proud and will carry It around with htm itive blessing. CCc nnd Sl.W. Trial hot everybody telling wherever ho goes, by all drug tie free. Guaranteed that asks him exactly the time of day. gists. m Kl-ll- community through his Ingenuity In the invention which Is oxpcctml of a pntctit with tho put in operation bo to The trap ts tern opening of fly season. complicated to deserlbe, nnd Is so ar ranged that if a fly ccr finds Its way confused, and could Inside it gtts ncer In tho world set out. Tho trap has a main entrance and also n side entrance. attention 4 House Plants Free liouo plants to give fly-tra- p, Wo have four beautiful away absolutely free to every fanner's wife in this section. These plants consist of: 1 1 Mrs. Lawson Carnation 1 1 Geranium Flowering Begonia Boston Fern I By special arrangement with the Fanner and Stockman of St. Louis, we can oiler The Hartford Republican, one year; The Farmer and Stockman one year, both for $1.25, and give these four house plants postage paid absolutely free. The Farmer and Stockman guarantees these plants to be in growing condition when they reach you. They will be mailed direct from the florists' green house to our subscribers, all charges prepaid. We are only allotted a few hundred of these plants. Therefore, we urge you to take advantage of our offer at once if you want this collection. It will doubtless take only a short time for us to give away our entire allotment. Fill out the coupon now, before it is too late, and mail it or send it to us with $1.25 todaj . through this place passed Official Call for Republican Con late yesterday evening, followed by of vention of Fourth Congressdroe of haugs. He had a sack shelled corn on his shoulder, nnd the ional District of Kentucky. spilling out at a corn was noticed Ellzabcthtown, Ky., March 7, 1912. hole that had been made In ono cor In obedience to the official calls of the ner of the sack by Fit. Tills is what republican National Commltteo and Remight bo termed stealing hawgs under publican of State Central Committee I false pretenses Kentucky, the Republican Committee of It is reported that Prof. Sap. Sprad the Fourth Congressional District of len is about to begin literary labors Kentucky now directs that a convention in the writing of a diary of himself, of delegated jepresentathes of the Reenumerating In particular the many publican party of said district bo held things ho has not done during the at Elizabethtown, Ky., at 11 o'clock A. sup M. standard time, on Tuesday, .April lit'), past year. The postmaster will ply the writing paper for this job nnd 1812 for the puiposo of electing two d"l- to has sent off for the best price on pa eirates and two alternate delegates tho National Convention of the Repub per In largo lots. 111., llcan party to he held in Chicago, recuperating Tuesday, June ISth, 1912, and for the "Washington Hocks is which purpose of nominating one Presidential from mi overdose of few elector to be voted for at the election he took by mistake for salve a nights ago, and is able to sit up at the to be held November 3, 1912. and for eating table with his clothes .on. tho further purpose of electing n mem Congressional Somebody raised the window at the ber to represent the Fourth District on tho Republlean State Cen "Wild Onion school house Friday night Kentucky. and stole the supply of red Ink. The tral Committee of Delegates to said Convention shall bo Identity of tlio thief is not known. county mass Conventions to but let llaz Barlow get tanked up on elected by each be held in the county seat In red ink nnd he is ono of the finest county at 1 o'clock standard time, on section. scribes in this Saturday, April Cth, 1S12. One delegate or friend from the Calf Ribs shall be elected for each W) votes A lady neighborhood is preparing to arrive in fraction thereof amounting to 5 or over Hogwallow to be tlio guest of Hiss cast for the Republican electors in such In Flutlo Belcher. The visitor will wear county nt tho Presidential election Jier best clothes and expects to attract 190S. The form of voting at said couna. good deal of favorable attention. ty mass conventions, shall be by ballot In each county in which the county object that was The strange bulky Committee provides for the election of along seen moving the road toward county committeemen by ballot at coun yesterday afternoon has nothing but Colum- ty mass conventions and said election turned out to be of delegates in counties which elect coun bus Allsop and Ills bass fiddle. ty committeemen by county mass conven The mail Carrier is expected now tlons shall be held by ,the same pfflcers any day. He left Tickvllle, as usual, who conduct the election of county com four days ago, bound for this place, mltteemen. In counties which do not and If he doesn't reach here within elect county committeemen by ballot, th the next few days the public will form of oting for such delegates shall come to the conclusion that ho has be viva voce. The number of delegatus cirto such Convention apportioned to ewh been delayed by some unfoisoen cumstances over which ho had no con- of the various eountle sin the said District is as follows: trol. Breckenrldge 20; Bullitt 7; Grayson 21; Poke Eazley has been sent to Green 13; Hardin 19; Hart 20; Larue 10; Sounding Billows by his wife after a Marion 33; Meado 3; Nelson H; Ohio 33; large wash kettle, which he will hae Taylor 12; "Washington in. second Poke Is her to pack home. M. L. HKAVRIN. Ch'm'n. husband. M. "W. BARNES, Tcm. Ch'm'n. C. F. TROUTMAN, Tern. Scc'y. of tlio Tickvillo Tidings The editor has declared for Bryan in the presiWhat is a Home. dential race nnd intends to see to it i that he is elected. All tliat now re- "What is a home for? mains Is the selection of some good Peace. What do many of us make it? man for Vice President. A place for The Blind Man from the Calf nibs Relating dials. section was over today to feco Cricket Dlspnlylng tempers. r Smith rough-on-rats Hoc-wallo' nt Circuit Court T. f. nirkhrad, Judge; Ben O. Illngo, Attorney; W. V. MIdklff, Jailer; K. O. Darrass, Clerk; F. I Felix, Master Commlsloner; It. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund; T. II. Ulnck, Sheriff, Hartford. Deputies S. O. Keown an Lon lllack. 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, JuJko; W. S. Tlnsley, Clerk, C. K. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday In each month. Quarterly Qunitcrly Court Heglns on Uie fourth Monday In February, May, August and Not ember. Court of first Tuesday In January and first Tuesday In October. Other County Offlcerr C. S. Motfiey, I'urduville, Ky., it. b V. Surveyor, No. 2; llcrnurd Felix .AssesMir, Hartford, Ky., it. t D. No. 2; Henry Leach, Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. 11. Hliey, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COUIITS. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd .Monday In March, Tuesday ufter 3rd Monday In June, Tuesile" after 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday alter 3rd Monday in December. O. 11. Scott, Cromwell, Wedneday nftr-3rd Monday in March, Wednesday nfter 3rd Monday in June, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September, Wednesduy after 3rd .Monday in December. John H. Miles, Itockport, Friday after 3rd Monday la March, Friday after 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd Monday In September, Friday ufter 3rd Monday In December. J. C. Jiickou, Centcrtown, Saturday after 3rd Monday In March. Saturday nf ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday utter Jrel Monday In September, Saturday ufter 3rd Monday in December. M. C. Cook, Itenfrow, Tuscday after -- ml Monday In March. Tuesday nil Monday In Muy, Tuesday afternfter 3rd Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd wuuunjr , .unmuer. riumius Sanders. Olaton. Wednesday t"x"ml Monday in Mar.n, tviCBHny !,ld. JIo"'hiy In May, JJ after 3rd Monday In August. ednesday ufter :'nd Monduy in Novem- Claims-Convenes -- Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HAUTFOIID, KY. Will praotlco his profession In title and ftdJolnJng counties. Cominorclal and Criminal rrnctlco a Specialty. Barnes & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith ce Mpis. W. H. Iliirme tuul C. B. Smith announce that tlio)' liavo ifonn-- a iKtrtiuir&hiji for tho goiwral irac-b!ipt citlnilnnl and tflvor of law, cues, Mr. Smith bedug County Attor-i- u y Is prweftted f rum practicing Bticbl ccasew. Mr. llariiis wJU Individually in accept such practloa. Oftloe Hartford Itcpublican building, Hartford, Ky. FRANK L. FELIX, Attorney at Law, HAUTFOUD, KY. Will practice his profession In Ohts and adjoining counties nnd in tho Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Col lections a Specialty. Office In Uie Her. aid building. u,tr Attorney at Law HAHTFORD, YANCYL.MOSLEY, - KY. USE THIS COUPON. Date HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky., Gentlemen: Attached is $1.23 for which send me The Hartford Republican one year; the Farmer and Stockman one year; and your four houseplants.; My Name is My Address is nS"Vnt V?l I'lc. Tuesday -Miursd.ij .iiU Monday ".'in ""'en. Thursday May, Vi"'iUy n iuU8t. Thursduy .nd In November. -- "' rr,s Friday after i. Jay atton, ltulpli, Trlda after 2nd Dank. ...on. in March. i'nd Monday Jiny, FrWay nflP 3 , Mon- 'rW ?&Z tl? "Her 2nd Mo November. HAUTFOIID POLICE COUHT. nfter Will practice his profession In all the uftir Courts of Ohio and adjoining countlce, ufter and In the Court of Appeals. Also Noafter tary Public. Office over First National "S"' SU.,AUu,m' month. CltV JK.tro,w'- - "la "'W J' K . CiitlnrllT tr ll'llil rer: i'e'inbers of Council. T. It. W. J. He an, W. it. Fair. TiyorV B- - E'M". E. 1. Moore. IVn . M' Clinlr-maJm,M,0i,.rTri,tt"-A'- Tii)lir. .Secretary, . 'fr' J; Uur-nar-"'"-licit- Ji'Im 11. Wilson., Stevens. Maislml. SlComI Moml'' "' 'a li -d. KILL the COUCH WITH AND CURE the LUNGS Dr. King's laoAiioQ. PHICE New Discovery TrUI Bottle Fret AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. F. loue?'" L- - U' I'nJ!" "'J H New or Old Subscriber? Snv"1:. ,Vrar. Daptiat Church-Servi- ces every aunduy monilnir and evening. Sunday 9.io a. in. l'raycr meeting every School Wednesday evening. IlBLiaiOUS SERVICES. ces E. Church monrlng ai:a evening every first and third Suu-elIn each M. South-Servi- -hllKI af uuuno w" OLDS month. Sunday School 11:15 ,neSB every Wedncs- - aj GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY! OR MONEY REFUNDED. Adrress all Orders to & pastor. Christian Church-Servi- ces "P '" '" at U nd 7 P. in. Sunday LIller W' U- - Wl'ht J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HART Ohio County lilt REPUBL .,C..I,month Ch"rch-Servl- ces HARTFORD, KY. day for tho children of our race. It scent to me the difference between my father's attitude and the attitude of the man tit the club toward his boys hovvs that the child of today is understood to be the real asset in life. It seems to mo that we now realize tliat wo owe lilin some tldng, and not that he owes us everything." "AJ1 that you say may bo true.colonel, but as I see tho school proportion, ,we are running after all manner of fads and fancies. It appears to me that wo are running tho fads into the ground." "Hold on a minute; hold on n mlnutf. Life is nothing at all if it docs not mean progress. To stand still for a moment Is to drop back. In schools It Is the same. Wo are going forward or we are dropping back. Our schools, tho training tracks for our children, must bo moving forward or be lost. The thing for you and me to do as we sit by and watch the work Is to Mop criticising to Tom, Dick and Harry and say Instead: "Tliat kind of an education that I got was O. K. for me, but my children must have something better, far hotter. "Even- The Pupil's Frpgress or the Colonel's Musings. ORD, Y. Sunday Scool DM. SECItUT SOCIETIES. All Matters Given Prompt AttenPENSION AFFIDAVITS Hartford Lodge No. 675, F. & A. M.. tion. meets first and third Jlonday night In each month. Owen Hunter, W. il., L. SPECIALTY. P. Foreman Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. M. meets every third Saturday night In S. P.McKENNKT wchcmn,ntl!- - JoJin T' Moore High Priest; OTTO C. MA1IT1.V Ilnsley, Secretary. Chapter No. 81, o. E. 8.. Hartford meets second and fourth Monday even- Anden, W. SI. SIlss Secretary. Rough River Lodge No. 110. Knights of fythlus, meets every Tuesday tSrtlC. C' C- - J- - Xy first Sunday a, m. and 7 p. In m &.UviS' Martin & McKeiey Hartford, Ky. I was at the club the ether day taking elinner, I at and watched a "While man with his boys. They liad a table very closo to me, and I watched then carefully. The co,!oncl smiled eiuletly to himself before ho continued. "That man and Ills two youngsters Jiad a mighty good time, too. Once or twice as I wateli ed theni.I thought of when I was a shaver and liad to wait until tho second table becau&e there was camjiany In the houe. During my whole childhood I never took u. meal at a tlub or a hotej.and I thought how much I should have enjoyed plaj Ing grown-u- p like those boys w,ere. How 1 Bhould have enjoyed meeting grown peo ple who would listen to mo for Just a short moment." "My father was a good man, a thor oughly good nnd kind man, but ho believed absolutely that to fcparo tho iod was to spoil the child, and that chlldr.-should be seen and not heard." "But, colonel," the young man Inter- posed, "you seem to havo grown up Jnto a pretty good specimen after all. You succeeded in life, ddn't you?' "l'es, but when I grew up this was a much newer country than It Is today. It was ever so much easier to make a com fortable living. Young man.do you reul- Izo that when I was d boy I havo ne'n wild pigeons sell at 15 cents a doxen riant here In Louisville? Why.wo had to burn huge piles of perfect walnut logs to gut them out of the way for our crops. It didn't take any kcientlflc farming to grow crops. Land was eheap and absolutely Anyone could simply new and fresh. scratcli It and it smiled into tho finest crops. Wo didn't have to really earn a living; the land held a living for us to reach out and take.'1 "Hut you had to vvorh.and work hard didn't you, colonel?" ''Yes, of course we did. Hut a working man without uny education could make a splendid living. Ignorance wees not tho handicap tliat It ia today.when tverjono must be something of a spoedaiUst. Today It seems to we U the dawning of a new Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M meets every first and third Friday night In each month. Mrs. Attye Orlffln.Lady Commander; Mrs. Luis, Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Acme Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. F.. meets secoi.d knd fourth Friday night In ?;aeIi( mV?.Ul' "' Wallace Nobel Grand Secretary. ''u.'f- Ohio Trlbs No. 188. Imp. Order IUd Men. meets second and fourth Wcdnes-bi- y night In each month. Ellis Fos- A" K- - VaW' a,ler ot IUcords. Hartford Camp, W. O. W. No "0 meets every second nnd touith SaxunUy """t n each month. Consul l'' WUUan! Clerk. Preston Morton Post No. 4. O. A. R. JhiHi,rJ,.BUl.ar Saturday before fn?,irlMiM.UJnday month. Commander; J. SL Rogers, -- of Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. SI.. ane tnlrd Thursday Se?,.V.rev,e,ri,f,'r,t. Gillespie. Commander, L. p. foreman, Record Keeper. General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. '''JEbslbVI '. " Commun-Wa,luSe?"U- ,mns Electric Bitters ysaswBsur Succeed when everything else faOa. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. A. 8. of B. National Officers: dlan.rpeoftsr-,Trd?SUre,-- V- - Kump ln- - ing Post. Ulcks. Sim Flinders ills lantern, nfter Haste. every other honest man Jiad gone to Fault finding. raided a and Tuesday night, bed, Fietting and worrying. Itldge. On smokehouse on Musket i For tears. his wuy to the sceno ho stopped careFor snarls. fully along tlio way nnd cocred up For glow ling. all of lils tracks ns fast as ho made For sweating. making Impossible for It them, this For sulking. him to be trucked, and ufter having For meaness such ns none but reached the smoke houso ho turned his homo comiuinlon should forgive. lantern down light mi ft nnd low, and For ugliness such as none would infltot entered by digging a holo under the upon a stranger. door. After placing two hawgs jowls opposite this: Home, a placo Placo and a ham In his hack he was making for rest, for cheer, for warmth, for comall necessary preparations for de- fort, for forbearance, a place for peace, parture, but In somo way tlio owner repose.a place whero the soul may of tlio meat was awakened and tamo toward anobler.betttr life. Hornet In pursuit. Urn soon outran the purTho woid itself come from the Sansklit suer, and climbed a tall tree, on the "kesma," meaning abode, place of rest top Itmb of which he expected to re- -security. Kansas City Star. blowcd main until the excitement ever, but In some way tho owner of For only 2..05 you con gut The to the tree Hartford IfcepuMnaJi,, Tttwi FarJiwr & came straight tlio meat and ordered him down. After reach- Stockman. Tlio IVciilc ManitiMy two ing the earth again Sim broke down year cacb and a full aloe 16x20 crayand confessed Ills guilt, and a com- on entonseencnttv Fill out tbe couby Sim letting pon .which colours ia effected promise wai tide pa-have one of the Jowls bach. Sim liUn , lit Being disagreeable. Dispute. What we Never Forget. According to science, are tlio thlmrs associated with our early home life, such as Bucklcn's Arnica. Salve, that mother or grandmother used to euro our burns, bollr, scalds, sores, skin erupcuts, sprains or bruises. tions, Forty d yeais of cures prove Its merit. for piles, corns or cold sores. Only 23 cents at all druggists. m Uiul-vale- Stute Officers: M. Fromun, Carroll county, Prs. 1Ientlcrson county Vice PresIdentTarre Tree?" iU)bertson' McLean county, Sec.. ever MM over a druggist's counter. II. . , i , I , Ohio County Officers: 8. L. Stevens, Pres.. Beaver Henry Pirtie. Sec. Hartford, Pam.Ky. Ky. V. Ford. Treas., Hartford, ky. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman. Hartford.Ky. When you get ready for Magazines of L L. B. Tlchenor, Hartford, R. F. D. o. any kind call on J. Ncy Foster Maga- f0. E. C. 2. Hartford. Reynolds. Ky. 3. M. a. l'atterson, Olaton, Ky. zine Agency, Hartford, Ky., Catalog 4. 11, L. Alford. Whlto Run. Ky. gladly sent upon request. 23tf 5- u,chBtf Ph'mer. Taylor Mlnes.Ky. 6. J. L. Brown, Rockport. Ky. 0?gald,ze?0erar Warren county. State .CV,C' A,I,'nt, Henry county, and Lat-ti- e Graves, Allen county. Assistant state organizers. Hoard of Directors. Ren Watson, War-re- n county; C. M. Barnett, Ohio ty, A. 11. Urooks. Bracken county; counit. E. iv V?y'. Hnrdn county, and J. F. Uoss, Muhlenberg county. SEEDS' SPECIAL OFFER: AtrUlwUl" rilssa to kail K.w ErlieCollettlMi r.;l'.W!-'..--vl . .. 1SH1S. - BniflnflM t 11.1.. 1 irr."i,T'",i hll BalK I UM f 10 iKi.f . t .ri fkalfctU TantUlo "m ii. UAUflTEEl TtB Pl.Vlkr y Write i Mentha (Aa Paper. 11 S.SSS1 a- wckmtsskm YOU success 1 1tf -. OBf nsirtHsUlsttt Buluwk Mnmai I -- to-da- i -- l fc'AiiisTisVAAVjlJU'Lnjl PiB lO CENTS l?L1!S.?,. . HUt tu wlft n, kii i "fi'M1. Hi umKm wimim ft MCnUuZZ! A !fit ox-te- CASTOR I A for Infant! and OniMraa. TM KM Ym Hivi Always Bears th Signature of BiQBS ' vosmoHS' T kM.W.IwttHnt8MW, " 2tf&u U& 41M07i CM Ttfaewrffolf! roZ...7.-- ...... P. 27. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has won by Its remarkable cures of ooughs.colds by Its remarkable cures of coughs.codls nd croup. It can be depended upon. Tr It. Sold by all dealers. m cwwiy uncmr&u4tsieij eh 'y2g&4te &&&" .- $usfficssFfntfsfrif'JZ .. L , .R, -" S 'vv -- . PolS J$ w-- i TRIED TO DESTROY moro days to his document as It soems llko It. GASTORIA ItT!V!iCPIW For Infanta and Children. aw PANfflDli ""III "l - The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature Xa At ALCOHOL 3 PEK CENT. AVcjtIablcIVfparallonlorAs- simnanngincHXKianillWuIa llngllicSioniachsamlBmtlsof PromolesDigestionOiffrfii ncss and Rest.Contalns ndiiw Opiuni.Morphine norMiacraL of WOT NARCOTIC. jntvmronitsiM.mmam AaatoJWJbSmM AW lYVr A1 In - Jtmttiti AUTeUk- - l gmtuyrfm anassssss)tsaaI funi Use For Over Aperfect Remedy forConsRft- - iionaour3iuKiaui.uiaiii Worms nessanilLossor&LEEP. Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. Thirty Years uaranteed under th Exact Copy of Wrapper. GASTORIA YMt Mrs. Mary Whlto vlitted Mrs. Sopha CATHOLIC CHURCH H.mlett last Thursday. Mr. Tommlo Mudcn was tho guest of Mr. I.cstcr Whlto last Saturday night. Enough Explosive Found to Have Mr. oJo Mnilcn and son llarl, liavo purchased 2 flno hogs. Destroyed Section of Mr. Palestine Coots will move in a few diys to Mr. J. II. Uodson's place. Town. Mr. W. L. White has rented Mr. Joo Madens place and will movo in tho near future. Ky., Cambctlsburg, March 15. An Messrs. Bill Burden and friend Clandy to effort was mailo Tuesday night White were the guest of Mrs Jane Maden thH church at blow up the Calhollo last Sunday. pJare, and only tlio failure of tho fuse deprevented tho to burn properly Notice In Bankruptcy. struction, not only of the church, but In tho District Court nf tho United of the rectory In which tho Rev. a States for tho Western District of Ken Murry lives, as well ns Thomas Immediate tucky, Owensboro Division. number of houses In tho In Matter of Silas J. Tlchenor, Bankneighborhood. rupt. Thero Is no clew to tho Identity of To tho creditors of Silas J. Tlchenor, tlwj perron who mado tho attempt and of Mcllenry, In .the County of Ohlo.and rather Murry, who lias been hero for District nfores.ild, bankrupt. years and Is very popular, cannot Notlco Is hereby given that on the Ctti any causo for tho efforts on tho day of March, A. D., 1912, tho raid Sipart of tho dnamlters. las J. Tlchenor was duly adjudicated was found WednesTho explosive o woman bankrupt, and that tho first meeting day morning by an old colored creditor will be held at tho law pfflco for who lias boon tho housekeeper in Hartford, rather Murray for a long time. Tho of IIearln & Woodward, . the, Kentucky, on the 23th day of March, placed oil dynamlto had been V., 1912, at one, p. 111., at which Uma" porch of the rectory and a plcco of newspaper rolled up tight with powder the said creditors nifty attend, prove their claims, appoint tt trustee ecamlna AcInside had been used as a fuse. the Bankrupt, and transact such itW cording to the statement of dynamite business as may properly como befotv expert.", there was cuoukli of the to have destroyed that section said meeting. Petition filed Tebruary JC, 1912. of the town. Tho person who placed J. A. DEAN, the dynamite had eWdently not taken Tlcfereo In Bankruptcy. properly or time to light tho paper Owensboro, Ky., March 16, 1912. hnd rolled It too tight, as the fire had gone out Just before reaching' tho powder. Owing to tho fact that a heavy rain fell Wednesday morning, nil traces of tho person who planted tho dynamite Only one place In wcro washed away. dynamite, town handles tho and a reclerk In tho store stated tliat he members selling somo dnamlte to a ago, but that colored boy somo days ho paid no attention to tho matter at tho time, and did not know whether he could Identify tho boy If ho saw lilin. It was his Impression tliat tho purchaser raid ho did not want a fuse. Officials are Investigating tho case, and It Is eNpectcd that arrests will be made In a few days. Cr the woman who experiences hot flashes nothing It so iJood to soothe, qafet nnd calm the nervous system os a pure glyceric extract of native medical plants, and made without alcohol, which has been sold by druggists for the past fbrty la years, and most favorably known at Doctor Pierce's Faoritc Prescription, younger years some women tuller from diz.inest, or fainting spells, hysteria, All these symptoms of Irregularity headache, bearing down feelings and pain. nnd female disturbance are relieved by the use of this famous "Prescription' -run-aow- n, For The Nervous Woman. of Doctor Pierce. As a powerful, Invigorating tonic "Favorite Prescription" impart! strength to the whole syttem, and in particular to - the organs distinctly feminine. aemiiraiea "worn out,' For teachers, milliners, dressmakers, seamstrctset, " Safa&-JBBas, nursing mothers, and feeble women generally. It IS an excellent appetizing curumi gnu rcsiuruuvs iuuiu. "My dlseaso was called retroversion." writes Mns. LtdiA McDcw-n- , of Mecosta, Mich., Ilouto 1. " I had ncnous chills and numb spelt, over-workeshop-girls," house-keeper- lias. McDonald. nnd they would leave mo very weak. Then I had Inflammation and tho doctor said I had a flontln? kidney. I doctored seven months with our family physician. Ho said I would have to havo an operation. Then I stopped taking his medicine. Arter taking tnrw potties ox ur. fierce a medicines I have not had any nervous chills or weak spells. I am better a"'My diup-hteIs now taking the 'Prescription and Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery, alo tho Pellets for nervousness nnd weak, feeling. Thoso remedies havo helped nor ever so much In a short tired time. Wo havo great faith In your medicines for female troubles. Dr. Plerct't Pleasant Pellets Indue mild natural bowel movement. GILLESPIE BROS. W.H. & HAVE YOUR SUITS J. F. GILLESPIE Cleaned s Pressed AfirJ 1 Proprietors B 35 i f LACKSMITHtNG AND REPAIR WORK tag neatly done. ReBAirihfi ftv.v' i I special attention. Repaired. Ladies work o.vett Hats Cleaned and ritt eiMT.ua; enMKT, t o crrf. For only ?2..05 you oan gdt (The which appoara In this Republican,, The Faranar & Stockman. .The Bddplea aioniUhily on-- i year tacit and a full alze 16x20 crayon onlanganront. Fill out tbe cou-P3- -. pon Horseshoeing a Specialty. i delivered. month. Work called for and Club rate $1.00 per Clilij; Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. - i A. BLDO., 27tt A Good . POSITIONS GUARANTEED will GUARANTEE you a position lr you ua real soon. We need many more at once to supply the enormous demand for our graduates. As soon as we get tbe required of otudents this otter will be withdrawn. 80 number write at once for particulars. Hartford, - Ky. HARTFORD, KY. Platform. mr own VebsterS New Dictionary ''ilM We favor Protection to American industries. Wo favor Increased nnd moro equitable pensions for tho rank and file veterans o tho Civil war. sjlS&jc r r1 We aro opposed to placing tho Dominion farmer on an equal footing with the American fanner In the market places of COLLEGE tho United States. INCOMrOBATBD supW. NCnWARTZ Call Tlw Republloaa oXflce, phone The American farmer Is taxed to LOUrSVILLK, KY. rxiDoirib KnTAm.innicn xno4 port the government at Washington, and 123, when you have an Item of neiw3. by tho Dominion farmer should be comThla favor will be appreciated Uie publlaliwo and by the patrons of pelled t6 ray for the prlUlego of dumping Its produce Into our markets. 27tf. tlw paixjr. We aro utterly opposed to the appointBuckhre'a "Full ol Llle" Northern GloMSJ FnliRtrnl Seeds lime a reputation ol ASjcart ol ment of Democrats to cabinet positions by PALO. aucresilui seed gromng ueiuna lucm ltpaii Vol puni l lie iesi. March 10. Health Is not so good afta- President elected by Republicans. A Seasonable Specialties Republican cabinet Is Just ts essential as writing. this BISANS Earliest Red Valentine . . J3 50 Bushel Mrs. Georgia Xorrls Basley Is ver a Republican Prseldent. . Refugee Kxtra Early ii.15 Bushel New Strlneless Green Tod . Jl.ro Bushel Wo are further opposed to the appointlow with 'pneumonia. Va'ileir Imp. Kidney Wax ft 50i Bushel SuINTERNATIONAL' Bushel Dai Is New White Wax l.lttlo Miss Mlniilo Bunger, daughter ment of Confederate generals to tho J4 jo Bushel Currie's Rust Proof Wax pneu preme bench. of Mr. Lawrence Bunger, lias PEAS Extra Early Alaska . . . f so Bushel the nomination of a ReWe favor monia. New Karly Gracilis j 50 Bushel publican candidate for President. Marlon Horsford's Market Garden . fj 50 Bushel Master llallle White is somo better at Buckbee's Lightning Express j 00 Bushel THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? (Ia.) Register. writing. Lettuce. Radish. Tomato and a full line Of tills Seeds. Plants and Buths at lowest growing prices. Mr. HEW CBEA Burden and sister Hffie, are HVratM S;nd lor complete catalogue or submit a list of Look on the First Page. n.ON', eorerlair every on the sick list. your requirements and will quote prices. Held of the world's thought, Buy direct (rom the grower Sae Money. You will find a yellow slip. It has Mr. W. L. Whlto and wife and son. mctloa and culture. Tao only Write today. Mention this paper. new unabridged dictionary la Halley, spent the day last Sunday with printed on It your name, and a date nanyyeara. after it. Tho date shows tho time Hon. J. D. Berry and family. 13GSBac.be St., Radford Sera Final. RockforrJ.B. ReeaHM - dc4iM over 400,000 Prof. Ivan Park, of Clear Kun, visited when your subscription expires. If tho fTorcfn; moretaanerer before appeared between two his father-ln-i!aMr. J. D. Berry.last date Is prior to February, 1912, your covers. a 70a J'age. 6000 II- subscription to tho paper has expired. Sunday. Juatratlona. Mr. Jack Funk and family, of Taffy, If you find such Is tho case, please give It is the only dictionary visited Mr. Alonzo Bartlctt and family tho matter your very prompt attention. with the new divided pan. A "Btroke of Genius." Either come to THE REPUBLICAN oflast Saturday and Sunday. promptly obtalnad in S nt encyclopedia la W all eountrlea, or no (fo. Farmers aro getting behind with their fice and pay a year in advance, or if obtain PATCNTa fcCAiM THAT rAt adrrUaUiemUoroutiij,aour tmmmmmm ujio iihuuw, work owing to the bad weather. There you are not coming to town s6on, send you to ntna. ipeoK. anal.lp Band irodel photo or akt tea for fR C "port rVciMMt it ia aeoepted by the aro yet several plant beds to burn in us a check. We must have all our subon patanUUlltr. t jean' pracUoa. sun. Courts, Sohoola and scriptions paid up promptly in advance -this section. AINQ RtrcriCNCCa. rorrrwOuld .treat aa tao one auptema Book on IroAtabla fatents wrtu to tbotity. The wheat seems to bo about dead and If you are behind wo know that OS-IO- B Straast, In tlds vicinity. you simply overlooked the matter. ...-- .. ha who knowa Wtma D. o, -"' Saoceaa. X,et ua tall I believe the ground hog has added IS 70U about this new work. Don for College Girls and Others WE JAMES & CO., oftfP First Class Centertown, BUSINESS Liveryi-i-iai- i Kentucky. SEEDS .... Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, State Central Committee of tion be elected at the samo time and in Kentucky now directs that a Stato Con- the same manner as the delegates) to vention of delegated representatives ot said State Convention. Party of Kentucky bo Said State Central Committee further tho Republican held in the City of Louisville, Kentucky, directs that except as hereinafter proat one o'clock p. m. standard time, vided. In each and every county the new on Wednesday, the tenth day of April, members of the Republican County Com 1912, for the purpose of electing four mtttee shall be elected by precinct meet delegates from the State of Kentucky Ings, which precinct meetings shall be at large, and four alternate delegates at held at 2 o'clock p. m., standard time, large to the National Convention of the on Saturday, May 4, 1912, in the manner Republican Party to be held In Chica- prescribed in Rule 2nd ot Rules of the go, Illinois, on Tuesday, June IS, 1912, Republican Organization of Kentucky; and for the purpose of nominating two except, however, that In each county in electors from said State at large, to be which county committee determines that voted for at tho election to be held No- such members of such county commitvember 5, 1912. tee shall be elected by county or ward convenThe delegates to said State Conven- mass conventions, such mass at tion to bo held In the County Seat in tions shall be held In such county standard the same time and place at which deleach County at ono o'clock, Contho egates are elected to .said Stato time, on April 6, 1912, except In 6, on Saturday, April counties of Bell, Boyd, Campbell and vention, Kenton, In which counties said conven- at one o'clock p. M. standard itlme. of The number of delegates to said State tions shall be held In the cities Mlddlesboro, Ashland, Newport and Cov- Convention apportioned to each of the ington respectively, and provided that various countlea of Kentucky, is as fol. lows: In Jefferson County said mass convention shall be held In each ot the wards Adair, 19; Allen, 19; Anderson, 10; of the City ot Louisville, and for the 7; Barren, 23; Bath, 15; Bell, 23; county outside the limits ot said city, Boone, 6; Bourbon, 23; Boyd, 29; Boyle, which later meeting may be held in said 15; Bracken, 11; Breathitt, 1$; Brecken-rldgpublican to-wBat-lard, e, H. W. BUCKBEE auut '""s I TNADC-MARK- r t nnaininuiun, Savonth Q.IC.MUUMCO.,rMt.i1IM.Um. fr Wm MilMifif .ifTa1 --'"- Warn ret mw iit sweat esse. llaK.7Jls.HG t's Wessesley College has a Hero list of don'ts. ure Borne fel- r I "I Suffered Intense Pains in My Left Side." 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If you while on the villago must chew,' try tho rag." squirrels Tho "Don't be a freak. enough nuts to attend to now." have "Don't kiss each other In tho public highway. It's awful to see woman doing a man's work. "Don't study too hard. Polks may thing you aro preparing to earn your own living. "Don't show your dlsllka of a hated Instructor. QUo her somo ot our homo-mad- o fudge." Many sufferers from rheumatism havo with the been surprised and delighted prompt relief afforded by appllngCham of berlaln's Liniment. Not ono caso rheumatism In ten requires any Internal treatment whatever. ThU liniment m ia for sale by all dealers. OVER es YEARS' EXPERIENCE isnln. ijAjg lyiimiB w SajasasasasasasaaV mS3SSSSl BvhuaJirfct JowrtgbuTaUL, a- 1 -- .ufa'n laml miMlaL . Tradc Marks Silt WaiSKm av,t COUNTRICt. IkU. Cj s matyanioJUtutami, Ptwat Wi tainaain rimm wnwMwwt" lis Usatk MM ataf wia . w '" " .......aiai,u tvuHinvium . . r ..., .a. - , Aaron sanding a tkstch and daserlptlqn may quickly ueartaln our opinion frea whether au riiTsntlon Is probably patantabk.Communloa. tloiisatrlctlfMnadsutlaLrllMHMonfatauU sentfraa. Oidasl aseney for saourhiapatants. I.tanta lakan tnrouaa Hunu.fsbu.si tficial notkt. without onargt.iasna COtSYRMMTR DCtMNS axC Official Call for Republican State Convention, 1912. lanauai. eulatloii of any tclaiiUBo louroal, Tarrns, N a year, four nootaa,!!. 0M byafl jiswsdaalara. Scientific JMeHcaii. Louisille, Ky., Feb. H, 1912. duty to protect yourself. To the Republican Electors of Kentucky: Dr. MOW Heart Remedy. In accordance with established custom is what you need. If the first botand in obcdlenco to tho rules governing Kentle fails to benefit, your money is the Republican Organization ot teturncd. Ask your druggist. tucky, and tho official call ot the MILKS MBOrCAb OS Elkhart, I National Committee, the Re- - If you have any of the symptoms Mrs. Gokey mentions, it to your city. One delegate Bliall be elected for fraction each one hundred votes ot thereof, amounting to fifty or over, cast such for the Republican electors In In county at tho Presidential election 190$. Tho form of voting at said county or ward mass Convention shall bo by the ballot in each county In which county commltteo provides for the election of tho county committeemen by ball at county or ward mass conventlons.and said election ot delegates In counties by which elect county committeeman county or ward mass conventions shall bo held by the samo officers who conduct tho election of county committeeolect man In counties which do not cunty coommlttee by ballot the form of voting for such delegates shall be viva voce. The Republican Congressional District Committee ot each Congressional district as now constituted, will, as directed, by National the call ot the Republican Committee, meet and direct the holding ot a congressional district convention in such district for tho purposo of ejecting two district delegates and two alternates to said National Convention, and to said committee Is hereby directed provide In Us call for tho election ot one member of tho State Central Commltteo and for tho nomination of ono elector, to be voted for at said National Election. that And It Is hereby recommended tt said district conven the delegate 26; Bullitt, 7; Butler, 23; Caldwell, 15; Calloway, 8; Campbell, 70; Carlisle, 5; Carroll, G; Carter, 26; Casey, 19; Christian, 46; Clark, 19; Clay, 20; Clinton, 11; Crittenden, 17; Cumberland, 12; Daviess, 39; Edmonson, 13; Elliot, 6; Estill, 13; 16; Fayette, 47; Fleming, 20; Bloyd, 3; Franklin, 16; Fulton, 6; Gallatin, Garrard, 16; (rant, 11; Graves, 17; Grayson, 2i;Qreen, 13; Greenup, 21; Hancock, 11; Hardin, 19; Harlan, 11; Harrison, 16; Hart, 20; Henderson, 23; Henry, 7; Hopkins, 23; Jackson, 11; Hickman, 19; Jefferson, 272; Jessamine, 13; Johnson, 23; Kenton, 61; Knott, 6; Knox, 23; Larue, 10; Laurel, 26; Lawrence, 21; Lee, 12; Lealle, 11; Letcher, 12; Lewis, 10; Logan, 25; Lincoln, 19; Livingston, 16; 23; Lyon, 8; Madison, 32; Magoffin, 10; Marlon, 13; Marshall, 12; Martin, Mason, 21; McCracken, 80; McLean, 1.'; Meade, 9; Menifee, C; Mercer, 16; Met J3; calf, 13; Monroe, 19; Montgomery, Morgan, 14; Muhlcnburg, 31; Nelson, II; Nicholas, 11; Ohio, 33; Oldham, 6; Owen, 13; 7; Owsley, 12; Pendleton, 12; Perry, Pike, 33; Powell, 7; Pulaski, 45; Robertson, 4; Rockcastle, 1; Rowan, 10; Russell, 13; Scott, IS; Sholby, 18-,- Simpson, 9; Spencer, 6; Tayjor, 12; Todd, 16;TrU'g. 29; 14; Trimble, 3; Union, 13; Warren, Washington, 15; Wayne, 19; Webster, IS; Whitley, 40; Woodford, 11; Wolfe, 8. No. ot Delegates, 2356. Necessary to choice. 1179. Very Respectfully, QEORQE W. WELSH, Cli'm'n. 33U 8. BENNETT, Sec'y. AJ-VIS t Royal has no substitute for making delicious home-bake- d foods Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar SEA GRAVE OF MAINE Battleship Sunk in Presence of Many. Bodies of Sailors Who Lost Their Lives in Wreck Sent ta Washington. lowering Havana, March 1G. Under skies and In a heavy tumbling sea tho old battleship Maine, resurrected after fourteen years burial In.Havana harbor, today plunged with her' colors tlj ing to her everlasting rest GOO fathoms deep In .the Kipphlre waters of the gulf. The out sinking of the hulk was carried precisely as planned, marking the end of the great work begun more than a year and a half ago. The coffins containing the bodies of the heroic dead were taken aboard the armored cruiser North Carolina, where they were deposited on the quarterdeck completely covered by a great mound tributes, under n guard of of floral honor composed of marines. Many guns were fired by the North Carolina and the scout cruiser Blrmln:;- Afritl Yin IkA Itn If ntlmJ rt flllin lino tcss until tho ships cleared the harbor. navy tugi Soon after 2 o'cIock the Osceola, aboard of which were the mem- Iters of tho Maine Commission, passed ' llia trt 4lin utrtfn .fii1 nf flirt vi'A,lfA thaped wreck and started seaward. Her decks covered deep with flowers and palms and a great American ensign floating from the jurymast, w here the ' stook, tho Maine mainmast formerly put to sea on her last oyage. o blast At 4:33 o'clock a followed by Jrom tho North Carolina, j one gun, announced that the three-mil- e limit had been crossed. Half an hour was given laggards of the fleet to arrive Meanwhile the wrecking crew went aboard tho hulk and made ready to out .the arrangements for the sinking, consisted of opening iwhlch numerous alves In tho bottom. Precisely at five o'clock another whistle sounded from the North Carolina nnd another gun was fired. The crew ' instantly throw oinai the valves, Jumped aboard a tug alongside, which steamed a little distance away. Then all eyes in the great fleet were fixed on the Also My wreck. was no chango ten minutes Kor vWhle In the trim of tho grejt, rusty, Mrs, Dell battered hulk, which pitched heavily s the huso i oilers struck her. Then May Bam uels, whose d she was seen to bo sinking at tho picture Soon tho wacs began to nd. wash jover her duck. this testimoAs hho ruiuilned pitching and wallow nial and who mmmr IBjB iS9M ing, ach moment settling deeper and resides at 353 mmW N. Oonde St., Ouper, tho stem was seen to rise. In a lew seconds the hulk was almost vertical Tipton, Ind., The allowing first tho propollers and then tho writes Peruna Co., full keel. as follows : The next moment tliero was a flash "Eight bo of Peruna of blue and white, as tho great ensign (lying from tho mast, struck tho waves completely Simultaneously tho cured me of and dlsappcaicd. ca decks wiro blown up by tho air pressure, systemio Beytarrh of jllSSSSSSJBJBSSSSSSSSSSSJ nnd with Incredlblo velocity the Maine ers! years V ': b9jsiiiiiiiiiiW plunged down, hxivlng no traco sao standing, and JBBBBBBr X; llowcrs tossing on tho suifaco of the bea If my has band feels ALL UMMllMlinil Till: MA1NU. Hi. At tho badly or either of as catch cold we at MariJi Yoik, New stroke of 3 this afternoon, In remem- once take Peruna." brance of tho Maine, all liver and! Stomach Troublt. blew (heir harbor ciaft hercnbouts Mrs. Wilson Robinson, 704 Nestle St., whistles and churches In iJI parts of tho Toledo, Ohio, writes t "I feel like a now person. X hays city tojled their hulls for flvio minutes. the ancient flro bell In the Mount Morris no more heavy feelings, no more pals, tower In llailcm and tho hell In tho don't belch up gas, cua tat moat may tklag without It hurting me. want Metropolitan tower nlso woro tolled. 4 fft I three-whlstl- I As It is known throughout the Southern States, Is ono of the worst troubles we have. It Is seldom fatal, but it Invariably goes through the entire flock MUleS IOr dElC If not checked promptly. The first sympiwo oou " "lulea lor su,c al " toms are small white sores or pimples tIlI-emiles south of Beaver Da..:, on face, comb and wnttles. t Kentucky. If you will Isolate the bird at once It 15rt.lVE.l. spreading "l may prevent disease tho Chickenpox Is caused by Card of Thanks. jour houses, damp quarters and someWe wish to e.tend our thanks to our times by the birds fighting. Anoint the many friends and neighbors who so will- sores with the following mixture: Vaseingly assisted us during the recent Ill- line, naptholeum, peroxide and a few ness nnd death of our dear husband and drops of carbolic acid. As In nil other diseases poultry Is subject to, prevention father. Is better than a cure, so keep the quarS. B. Neighbors and Children. Mrs. your d ters clean and do not birds, and ou will not bo bothered with cutckenpox. g over-crow- somotlmes takes full charge of the central exchange In tliat town after school hours. There are 100 subscribers to bo served at this exchange and Miss Mailtos can make connections as wel,l and as rap Idly as any of the older operators, It Is said, i years "I Cromwell, George W. old, and believed to be the wealthiest policeman In the country, Is to rotlr force, Phlladelplila police form the forty-pin- e on which ho has served for years. His average salary lias been $1,000 a year but his fortune amounts to more than 1230,000, made mostly In real estate. William C. Kush, after being In Jail fo senthree weeks under a six months' tence In St. Louis for selling oleomar-gerlnwas released by a Federal Judse his little daughter so ho could hear 'speake a piece." The child told the Judge she was to be In a church enter tainment and wanted her father to hear her, and the judge set aside the rest of the sentence. A stamp cJerk In the London Postofflce a was unable to refrain from making facetious remark when a Chinaman asked for a penny stamp at his window, and as a result he is looking for a nw Job. The clerk liandcd out the stamp "Stlckee, llcke, with the words: stampee." The Chinaman happened t be an official of the Chinese embassy. He resented the clerk's rudeness and made complaint to the Postmaster General, with the result that the clerk was discharged. e, penning up your entire flock nnd allowing no other drinking water oxcept that con: Curing Poultry Diseases. :: taining tho remedy. Also took for nnd rcmovo the rnuse, A dead rat or snakt Is . tho worst thing to causa limber i about neck, GAl'KS. ? OUT OF CONDITION. rUpT0 ,s ,,0 ,,!(cnso , u t sickness ntnong your fowls enn 0lUI8CJ, , Often , ,loavy n ,0M M ,,()es he prevented If a bird Is taken in time chlckSi lf yol nro lrotll),P,, wWll you notice a Whenever ,, nnd treated. t wouU1 BllKKOSt tllnt yml cllnll)W 43 ,,,.,. ,- -. JW" ,.i,i..v. w) winlklng with a ....... .,,,. VIIIVII" fowl moping around, ... "tlW V"'tl xrky stilde nnd looking lvalo nround tic ncNt gcaso on n different pint of ground. e head, tnko thu bird up at onco nnd ths ,, ,mpoH,,bk,( covcr tlio poultry that mites are not eating It up; tl.cn give u a Km(, ,,ont,nB of iilnenllll 43 . , fll llf . It one liver pill (tho same kind miulo for ,,,... . -- ..., i people). These inn be purchased nt nnv year. Never let your llttlo chicks out In drug store. One pill given them in time the dew or wot grass; keep them confined will save ou nmny little troubles. In tho cno;s until the grass and ground H CIIOLKUA. are dry. W This disease years ago killed mora poulSCALY LEOS. J? try than an) thing else. This was caused This Is a common dle.ise among poulby filthy ' poultry houses, as people i try. Nothing serious about It, but It looks cleaned their poulliy houses hut onc,o a bad, and fowls do not thrive that have year those da) s, nnd It Is often foun It. Take n mixture of lard, sulphur and now. Filthy quarters and Impuro drinkkerosene and thoroughly anoint the J? ing wnter Is the cause of many clioler.i shanks and foct of tho fowl; nlxnit three epidemics. Prevent the disease If you applications v. Ill efftet a cure. If your Should the disease get started In 4. can. fowls are bothered with senley legs.l your flock, gle each specimen ailing on would suggest tho destruction of tho old liver 'pill, then any good poultry ionic roosts or thoroughly saturating them wl h Hi which you can obtain from any dealer. keroseno oil twice a week for several CANIvUlt. months. Scaly legs Is caused by a minThis Is ono of tho worst aliments a ute Insect working under tho scale of the W fowl Is subject to. If tho trouble Is In shank. Evening Post. the mouth, you will notice yellow patches on tongue or on the side of mouth, Jjj sometimes extending down and Jnto the windpipe. Neer let a child get near a fowl with Jt a severe case of canker, for It Is so simM It ilar to dlptherla that I consider practically the same. Take a thin sthk sj and scrape off the yellow patches; then parts with zenoleum. One or anoint the 4j two applications will effect a cure. If K the bird Is not n aluable one.bettcr o'Jt his head off and bury or burn It. MMMMMMM.MMMMM MIMMtsttMttttlltMiliMiUlll.il civ once DIICUCC edcc s am iiuei. wuwiifaw iifcfc 3 We mi 2 S .,. .. ,. 2 .,, ..,,. J f of our readers in improving their home surroundings byde- livering positively FREE six choice EVERBLOOM ING ROSE BUSHES, and we want every one who reads this advertise- ment to take advantage of our offer. The plants we have bushes which will produce selected are strong great masses of beautiful flowers through the entire growing one-year-o- ld are going to assist the mothers, sisters nnd wives S J (fr JS PJ ( season. 2 These excellent roses consist of the Etoile tie France.red; My Maryland, pink; Kaiserin Augusta Victoria, creamy white; Etoile de, Lyon, golden yellow; Clothilde Soupert, white and pink tinted; Everblooming Crimson Rambler, brightest crimson. The Roses Described. j 5? i M- y of Jf sj j j j 1 J How 2 Send us $1.25, within the next ten days and we will ex- tend your subscription to The Hartford Republican for on year, and the Farmer and Stockman one year. For your promptness we will send you charges prepaid, the six rose plants advertised above. Address all orders to to Get the Roses O ( 8 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, g oft oft 4ft Hnrtford, Ky. USE THIS COUPON IN OBDERING ROSES 2 2 2 S Date The Hartford Republican, Hartford, Ky. for which extend my sub- scription to The Hartford Republican for one year, and the Farmer and Stockman one year from the date now shown on my mailing tag. For my promptness, send me free of charge your six Everblooming Hoses. Enclosed find My name is My address is ft gf oft oft J ft yt Ift DISTEMPER Olt COLDS. The symptoms of this Is a dschnrge at the nostrlls.the bird seemingly not growing at alt nnd becoming thin in flesh. Keep a disinfectant In .tho drinking water at all times, and twice a week go through your flock, nnolntlng the nostrils a of birds that have the trouble with little vaseline. If ou will take tho dis temper In hand In time the birds will escape the roup, but lf pot checked, you flock will be ruined. ItATTLING IN THROAT. Although not a fatal dlsease,lt Is annoying, and should be promptly looked after. Dip your finger In a disinfectant and swab out the throat of the fowl with same. One or two applications generally effect a cure. ciiicicnNrox. or sore head. TOM ALEXANDER Is nlso rouglm V pigs Sj.00; light plgt "Uelalr," tho home of the horse will down. Tho pens worn well cleared. now "Gen. noteil horse, Forrest" at the Fair Shocp and t.nmhs .Tho recclpti were 12 owneit by a cousin of the Ituslan Am Grounds. Hartford, Ky., at $10.00 head, for the three days Z head. The bas.ndor to the United States. As a breeder he is market ruled steady; good fat sheep to insure. medium nnd common Seven Sermons in a Sentence Each equaled by few, surpassed by none. firm 3 to 3 As an individual he is a "corker. 2 to 3c. Gooil Inmhs 5 to 6c; medium aid There Is more chance for n cripple on Was bred and foaled on the Famous culls 3 to Cc. the right road, tlian for a racer on tho Alexander Stock Farm near Owens- wrong.-- I). L. MOOIY. Baying Coal Properties. boro, Ky. Dark bay, coming: 8 The most iowerful remedy ngaltmt sudyears old, 16J hands high, weighs Madlsonvllle, Ky., March 1VJ It be- - den start of Impatience Is n sweet ond 1285 lbs. do Sound. His breeding is came known here today that Isnnc W. amiable silence ST. TltANCIS of SALUS. unquestioned. He has size, style, Uernhelm and UornnnI llernhelm, and action to let. He has finish, Umlsvlllc, have put between SX.OHO and No llfo can be pure In Its purpose of 110.000 Into Western Hopkins County co.il strong In Its strife manners, intelligence, disposition. lands. They have purchased the Iiailey boy's say, "He Sure is Some tract, Including coal rights over 3.7 H And nil life not be purer nnd stronger As the -- OWKN MKIlllUITII. thereby. Horse." Come and see him and get acres, nf $S nn acre, and A Christian Is ono who does for acquainted. acres us the mine site. do This general purpose make the season of 1912 twenty-seven JS fj New or.old subscriber? S Christ's sake what he would not TUA1N CHAINED TO THACK SILVER CROWN "Same Place." "Same Price." I SYSTEMIC CATARRH RELIEVED Husband Peruna. bvPERUNA. Uses bulk-liea- I wLMMmm '' I Odd Items. , In 12 curator The youngest telephone Maine Is said to Uo Nettle Mathos, yars ojd, of Soutli Uer.witk. Tlw girl have gained twenty-fou- r pounds. "People that see me now and saw sis two months ago seem astonished. I tell them PiniaadUit. X will say It Is the only remedy for spring tad 11 to be working all the time, I X other ailments." KOUP. Probably at the present time more fowls are lost annually with roup than any other disease. This disease generally starts with running at the nose. If taken at this stage it can bo cured. As to roup.I would say this is hard to do, for seemingly It appears In your flock when you have been caring for them the same as always without any roup l. lug noticed. Sudden changes of weather, or possibly your neighbor's flock has It. and it Is In the atmosphere; at any rate, It appears In your flock.and ,tho sooner jou get busy treating It tho hotter. The placing of roup cute In the drinking water at onco is a good plan; In fact, this Is tho quickest and best way to reach tho dis ease, as tho birds when drinking stick their beaks Into tho water, causing tho remedy to come In contact with the nos Black & Birkhead Way." trlls. If you fall to check the itiouhle, I would suggest tho treating of each speci Live Stock Market. men. This can bo done by using u nmull oller.lnjectlng a solution of ono machine Louisville, Ky,, March 21. Cattlo .The pint each camphor.knroscno oll.nlho oil receipts of caUlo today m-r- VXi, for the and naptliuleuni, rather strong solution, three days this week 1.1G3. Them was k but It generally docs the work. a normal attendance of buyers on tho yurds, und all good Locholco LlMIUUt NECK. This, without a doubt, Is tho most fatal uutcher luttle mot with ready sale at of ull poultry diseases. I have known steAdy to firm rlccs, while tho medium unchanged. furmers to lose ulmost their cntlro flock and Inferior Kinds ucro fecilers In ono day and night. TJio birds seem to Oood actlvo demand for good lose control of their heads and necks; In and stackers at strong prices, und fulr fact, tho entire body becomes Umber, und Inquiry for tho medium und common If not treated at onco the fowl dies. I kinds. Hulls strong, dinners and cutters liave seen dozens of fawls sitting on their slow, milch cow unchanged. No prime to roosting placo swlth their heads hanging heavy cattle here, feeling steady down. Tho cause of this disease Is tho strong. Tho pens wtro well cleared. Calves Tho receipts were 131 head, for eating of decayed vegetable or animal Is necessary that nothing diad the three days 306. The market ruled matter. It some bo left where the fowls ran get it. Clean- steady, good to cliolce 6 to 7c; liness again Plows to bo the best pro- fancy higher medium 5 to Co; (common ven tat lo of this as well us n,ll diseases. 2 to 5c. Hogs Tho receipts '.',5C0 head, for tho The treatment for this Is 1'laliel's Remedy, given direct to the fowl If unable to three day 10,173. Tho market opened drink; If able to drink.place tho remedy early and prices were 15c higher on ull In the drinking water. You can check the tin, nlira iiml tliAV utll utAnitv KtfvlftntAil disease and keep it from spreading by 103 lbs. and up 17.SS; 120 to 103 lbs. 6.3; "Same Terms." This fellow has been with us 5 years now and is known by our customers as "Old Reliable." He gets more marketable mules than any Jack in Western Kentucky. He has lots of size, bone and build "all you want." You will fall in love with him at first sight. Talk about "Reliability," why that's his middle name. You like courteous treatment when you get it. When a man tells you a thing'is so and you find it to be so. your faith in him be gins to grow. If he tells you time after tine that things are so, and you always find the measure of his promise filled right up to the brim, Kentucky's Big Egg Laying Conin time you take his word for its test. face value, this is the right way Deglns Apitl 1, 1912. Tho aristocU 13. .V Muskogee. Okla., March country constable,. cnrrlng out an execution of Jutico Uicry nt Warner, Okla., this afternoon, cluilncd nn enslne and fifteen freight cars to tho track on the Midland Valley llallroad nnd held tho train. Ho then Informed the road that n Judgment for 119 93 must be satis fied beforo the train could move. An order from tho Superior Court restraining the constubjo und Justice from Interfering with traffic, was issued by Judge McCain four hours later, nnd a special train rushed ito the scene with an officer nnd tho papers. Traffic was then resumed. State Senator Campbell Lacy secured a Judgment for 119.95 against the road and the latter waa denied tho tho right of appeal becauso Lacy then amount was under issued an order of attachment and Instructed the cpn&,tab!o to hold, tho Judgment rolling tock until tho was paid. otherwise. Al.nnder Mackenzie. Tho hanq of the world Is care, tho cure for care h lrner, tho reward of prayer li p.nce. JOHN McNHIL. strong. When love It never tarries to tako heod, Or know If Its return exceed Its gift; In Its sweet haste no greed no strife belongs. 1 After more than sixty years of public life, I hold more stronKly than over to tho com let Ion. deepened and tttrenstli-ene- d by experience, of the reality, tho nearness, tho personality of God. WILLIAM n. GLADSTONE. 4SBBJBBSSJBSBJ -- hi:m:n hunt jack.son V !m 1 J 1 11 7TnwQfifijA FOR WOMEN Her' a woman's stock ingsjf quality and war. I w 'The racy of American "chlckcndom"' through about to bo established LouIsWUo Is tho egg-layi- i:cnlng Post's great mid-wee- contest. tho end of tho At competition which shall eoter a period of six months. It will be posslblo to breed of American which determine egg producer. hen Is tho greatest tho Then for tho time In "hendoni," fowl which has contilbuted so largely and faithfully, to tho tables of tho nations will bo entitled to tho specific rank of "queen among hens." competiTho scene of this unique bo "Uelalr," tho boautlful tion will of Senator Thomas stock farm il. I'aynter, near Frankfort, Ky. Senator l'ayntcr'8 ,son, A. P. Painter, has consented to 'act In the capacity pf gun-ormanagero f tho contest, and will board of bo assisted by an executive piomlnent stock and poultry raisers. Is ono of the most famous "Ilielalr" stock farms of Kentucky, and In extending tho advantages of this famous s place to of tho the contest, Senator I'aynter has done a gTefl,t service for the egg Industry throughout tho United States. al jiro.-noteregg-layj- You are proud of once they grace your feet. The way they fit and the wr" they wear is a revelation. Tbelr dye Is ons of their superlative features. The brightest, truest, surest, most luting black and ths ticheit shade of tan known to hosiery making. Dyed with Wua- dtrdye fast to ths last. Mads for all ages and slsss, for women and Four pairs to ths bos or a grade, three pairs to ths boa $1.00. Ths $1.00, de-lu- xe guarantee Insures ths tos, bssl sad sola sgslnst need of daralag for few SBOatBS, 1 J BARNARD ft CO., Hartford, Ky.