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FIFTH FLOW OF OIL IS HAKTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FBIDAY, MARCH 29, 1912. to sen loo necessary to entitle them pa during tho coming encampment. Members who failed to report for Inspection on March 13th should Immediate ly file a statement showing why they were absent, as orders from tho Adjutant General Imply tho determination of that officer to dual with thoso who violate the oath of enlistment without proper cause. C.B. SHOWN, Co. 1st I.leut. Commanding No. 37 SOUTHERN METHODIST MINISTER DIES Rev. George Henry GOAL TRUST PROBE IN MANY STATES AMERICAN CLAIMANT TO THRONE DIES Tuesday night apparently, nnd upon arising Wednesday morning Mrs. Parks did not disturb its sleep. About 9 o'clock sho went to seo nbout tho baby and found It dead. Dr. A. B. Riley wns call ed to determine tho cause of the death and pronounced It duo to congenital of tho heater. de-fe- Kentucky in the List of Places Papers Show Confederate Veteran Heir Hayes Greatest Strike Made Carter Farm. On Where Investigations are to be Made. to Spanish Throne. Madisonyille Man Has Big Case in Chicago. , . Madlson Ulc, Ky., Match Everett Jennings, a Madisonvlllc lawyer, wno has been practicing In Chicago for tho last two years, springing Into Instant tame thero through splendid work In his first two cases, Is now engaged In the biggest case of his life, and the outcome Is being watched with great Interest by tho people ot Madlsomille. He is tho sole counsel for Miss Esther Mercy, a young girl, who Is suing Mrs. Marlon Talbot, dean of the Woman's Department at the University of Chi cago, for 1100,000 for defamation of Passes Away At Hen. derson. i Thought That Well Will Produce - Chicago, III., March 25. Somo details Pursuant Jo the call of tho Republi- ot tho government's proposed crusade can State Central Committee, it Is hereCoal Trust, which against the One Hundred Barrels by ordered by the Ohio County Hepub-llca- n today, show that the becamo public Executlvo Committee that a county suits now being prepared by tho Dea Day. convention bo held at tho court house partment of Justice will bo filed In a Hartford, Ky., Saturday April C, 1012 at number of Federal districts at the 1 time for the purpose One of the cases will bo The fifth strike ot oil In tho well that' o'clock standard same time. selecting delegates to tho la being drilled by tho West Kentucky filed In Chicago, and this city will, acat Convention District iof Oil Co., on tho Carter farm near Hartcording to rcllablo information, bo tho Ky., on April 3 nnd tho Slate ford, was ,mado Monday morning, eight center of tho prosecution's activity. LoulsUle, Ky. Republican Convention at tho under feet of solid .limestone, the hardest the The cases will bo filed April 10. driller ever encountered in tlUs wolU and tho defendants will Sherman law, It. n. MARTIN, Ch'm'n. warn drilled through Just before striking mine owners, Bock Include railroad J. NEY FOSTER, Sec'y. men and selling warehouse this flow. owners, i Samples of tho oil have been brought Every branch of tho coal concerns. Postmasters Must Not Act. the petitions to J tut ford and are on illxplay at the Industry will como tinder A special from Washington, D. C, to of tho governHank of Hartford nnd are pronounced to as tho crusade filed the Le.vlngton lender Sunday said: will bo one of the be the best oil that has been found In ment as planned, Postmasters in Kentucky as well as launched, accordthe mil. Some weeks ago a flno flow most complete ever other States who are holding down poing to Information received here. of oil was found at n depth of about chairman will litical Jobs as county V) fort. Tho strike Monday was found bo directed against will cases cither tho cliatrman-shl- s The havo to resign SO foot. and bituminous minboth anthracite at a depth of about or tho postofflces. This Is the dealers, and will affect persons "WILL "SHOOT' THi: WELL forth today from ers nnd which went edict the Operations at tho well liave been response and c6rporatlons doing business in Postofflco 'Department In upon tho decision ot tho drillers the following States: to complaint of tho political actlUty of Virginia, KenWest Pennsylvania, ail J ,the local managers ot tho company postmasters. huvlng been decided to "shoot" the Indiana, Missouri, Arkansas, tucky, it . to Ohio, Alabama. bo Illinois, Colorado, well. The effect of this will Kansas, Oklahoma and ,Wyom-InIowa, start tho flow In all directions, nnd lit orally tearing up tho rock below. 1W Our Correspondent Writes. have been quarts of It Is learned that tho secret over-lan- d of Jus-tlv- e of the Department nnd will bo brought 1 o ropre-s?ntatlv- Call for County Convention. Macon, Ga., March 26. Tho death of John S. Do Montmolfln, a Confederate veteran, hero yesterday lias brought to light documents that claimed to show he was tho rightful liter to the throne, of Spain. The papers, which were secreted In Do Montmollln's on tho houseboat Ocmulgee River, aro said to bo of such convincing character that at one time the then head of Cambtldge University England, went so far as to offer to cqul a war party to Invade Spain In an effort to seat tho American claimant. Do Montmollln claimed that ho should have become King wlien Alfonzo II., father ot the present monarch, began his reign. The documents show several communications from A Ifonzo XIII, in relation to tho claim. They also show nn offer ot a large sum of money from Gen Weyler, to head a filibustering expedition from Cuba, but Do MontmoJIln refused to consider the offer. Tho American claimant was 71 years old and was born In Savannah, Ga. Ho was a marine engineer by profosslon.but for some jenrs had led a secluded life. character. Hartford Teams Win and Lose. The first and second girls basket .ball to teams of Hartford College went Beaver Dam last Friday night, where they played against the West Kentucky Seminary teams. W. K. S. won the first game 15 to 8, and the second W. K. S. team won SI to It. The score shows that the Hartford girls did better play Ing than they did when the Beaver Dam girls played here a few days ago and de teated us. The game Uiat has been causing the most comment among the enthusiasts In Hartford is tho game of the first boys team of Hartford Co'.lege and first team of Beaver Dam Athletic Assicia--tloplayed here last Saturday night, when Hartford won 33 to 10. Owing to the rainy weather the attendance was not very large, but this did not dampen the spirit ot the members ot either team, and they all played for all they were worth. The same evening the second teams jot the respective towns also played, nnd here Hartford lost.score being 42 to 10. In the second team game our boys were outmatched in sl.se Omonsboro, Ky., March 23. Rov. Geo. Henry Hays, D. D., one of Uie oldest and most noted Southern Methodist divines, died of old age nt S:50 o'clock this morning, at his homo In Henderson. Dr. Hays had been In feeble health for some time, and his death luvd been expected. He was St years old. Dr. Hayes was the son of William and Sarah Hays, and was born in Virginia May 26, 1S31. He moved to Kentucky In his infancy and located at Brandenburg. Ho Joined tho Louisville conference In 1831 and was married to Miss Hannah Klncheloa September 6, 1S55. Hayes was Mr. a member of the Methodist conference for over 61 years. 'He was the presiding elder of the Henderson and Russellvllle districts for 21 years, and In 1901 he was placed on the superan- nuated list. Dr. Hays was also presiding elder of the Owensboro district for many g. Deaths. from Oakland City, Ind. It is said tlial tho oil Is coming from about fifteen feet of paying oil Sand, and tlds alone Is very flattering, and tho otl Is now standing about lw feet In tho fifteen fi:i;t of paying sand. A. A. A. .A. a well. Tho driller In charge lias had nil perlcno of oer twenty years In the drilling bulncss nnd Is a consvrnllvo manager, but says thnt in his opinion when tho well Is "shot" it will yield not loss than 1W barrels of oil per day, nnd ho has tho greatest confidence in tho on Mr. Robertson's bees. Our people will proposition, nnd snjs that there arc all think I havo lied. Don't say too much, indications of a flno well. but If you wish to como Into our pi:oi' Gardner. Club you must como In on yuiir Much credit is due to i'rof. James II. own merits. Don't try to sCido In on Gardner, nsslstunt State Geologist, chief- our petroleum or by tho light of Mr. ly upon whoso rt commendation the work Robertson's lightning bugs. was started In Ohio county. Ho camo Net thing Halt ford needs Is n cannWe havo tho dogs here several mouths ngo and made thor- ing establishment. ough examinations, and submitted an an and tho cans and plenty to spare. All al)s!a of his work. Tho work was be- wo need Is some one with energy enough examinations to collect tho cans nnd twine. No trougun, and nil long his loen ble nbout tho dogs, they'rs already colbeen verified nnd oil lias lino found nt ecry depth which i'rof. Card-tie- r lected. dci'orcd would bo found If there Wo havo'nt heard anything Raid abou was any any oil nt ull. Ho arrived in Win. J. Bryan lately. We hope ho has and gono south to dig ba.'t for Mr. Watter-soafternoon, Hartford Wednesday Thursday morning visited the well, nnd If so, we hope the fishing will be greatly good until after tho November election. being ovprcvsstd himself ns pleased with the outcome. Tho drilling CITY CORRESPONDENT. of this woll has demonstrated the f..--t Judge Hager in Politics. that this surrounding country is comW. Judge S. posed of a large oil area, and tlds will Owensboro, Ky., Macrh as 1)0 worth n great deal. W. Hager In accepting tho position campaign manager of Woodrow Wilson Notice to Roosevelt Men. statement In Kentucky has Issued a All membcts of tho Hartford Roose- extolling the Now Jersey Governor and at describing him as tho right man for velt Club are urged to bo present the moetlng of this Club at tho court Kentucky delegates to bo for nt Uie Balnfternvon timore convention. house, Hartford, Saturday March CO at 2 o'clock. Others wlio deSMALLHOUS sire to Join aro Invited. E. a. BARRASS, Ch'm'n. Mrs. Tdag Fuugjit returned Tuesday from a lstt to her daughter, Mrs. DaJ. NEY FOSTER, Sec'y. vid Oldham, Centertown, Ky. Muhlenberg Hartford College Notes. Mrs. Arthur Johns, of lias county, is tho guest ot Mr. and Mro. Mr. Charley Bush, of Rochester, entered the Teachers' Training class. Fred Boone, near here. Ky., Miss Lula Ilordin, of Point Pleasant, Mrs. T. It. Barnard, Hartford, returned to school work, after being was tho guest of her parents, Mr. and Jias called Ji6me on account of tho death of Mrs. Sam Morton, recently. Mr. C. O. Hunter, Hartford, Ky., was her father. Splendid work Is being done by mombei J In our midst recently tho tfuest of his of the Teachers' Class, and it has aiV uncle, J. R. Hunter nnd family. members. Itss Ethel Hunter accompanied by her enrollment of twenty-si- x The Senior Class has secured Mr. Ro- cousin. 'Miss Katie Hawkins, is visiting her slater. Mrs. J. S. Trunnoll and their land A. Nichols, a noted lecturer, to on address on evening of com- aunt, Mrs. Annie Lashbraok, at Utlca, Ky. mencement exercises. LUUo William Morton, son ot Mr. and Mrs. John Morton, has been quite sick Company H. Attention. this An election of officers for tho Third for several days but is better at Regiment lias boen ordered to be held writing. Mr. Sam Morton went to Rockport, Ky Friday, March 29. The positions of ColMajor aro to be Monday. onel, Lieut. Colonel and Mr, D. Luck, of Wrlghtsburg. was at filled. In compliance with orders from of SmaUnoui Monday. General, the members the Adjutant at Mrs. Ople Klttlnger and children, OsCompany II ire directed to report at 7:30 p. m. car, Albert, aladys and Katherlne, will the armory on abovo date Thero wiU also bo a meeting at 3 p. m. leave Tuesday for a visit to her father Members having friends who desire to In law, Mr. Willis Klttlnger and family enlist should urge them to appear for at Island. Mrs. J. C. Bennett loft Saturday for physical examination at this time. AH applications for membership should be a visit to Mrs. T. J. Smith at Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Drake are on the made before April 10, as after that date ,, three tnontlu IckJist. wNl wot have tl hey as for months, and that they havo turned In Into the offices at Washington nnd WILLIAM PIRTLE. evidence Old, Hartford is certainly tho only fly Chicago a startling mass of Mr. William Plrtle, who lived tno struck "He,'' gal- as to tho methods of tho coal men and miles west of this city, died at In the gravy.'-We'vhis It. tho reason for tho constantly ascend- home yesterday morning early, after a lons ot It barrets ot It ood'Uns of You can see John D's standing In group ing price of fuel. short Illness of pneumonia. Ho was an Accoidlng to their report, it Is said estimable, young man and a hard workon every corner, talking oil. Now, let us give a few words of warn. tho trust controls practically all tho er, A short funeral service will bo and a very large held at Oakwood cemetery this morning Ing to our friend, the Rockport correspor anthracite business, ent of tho Owcnboro Messenger. Don't proportion of the bituminous. Innt 11 o'clock by Rev. T. V. Joiner, elaborate on our oil report like you did terment following. Besides a wife and e A A. A have been Investigating conditions Teddy to Speak at Louisville. credit to n. er -GEORGE W. WHITE. hlsrcsl-denc- o Mr. George W. White died at BALD KNOB. in the old fair ground addition March M. People are very busy pre- early yesterday morning after a iong illparing for good crops this year If tho ness, covering several months. He ilcave season Is favorable. a wife and four small children. ServiMr. and Mrs. John Leach, of Mt. Fleas ces will be held at tho residence today ant neighborhood, spent Sunday and Sun and Interment at Oakwood. day night with their daughter, Mrs. C. JOHN F. PORTER. T. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Smith spent SatMr. John F. Porter died at tho homo urday night with tho latters sister, Mrs. of his brother, Mr. F. M. Porter, last J. W. Taylor. Tuesday morning. He was In his seventj Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Sandef ur.of Cromwell seventh year and one of the best meneighborhood, visited his father, Mr. E. chanics in this end of the State. This P. Sanderfur, Monday. death leaves Mr. F. M. Torter tho only Mr. E. T. Gilstrap, of Cromwell, who surviving member of this family. Tho has ben visiting relatives and frlenJs remains were Interred at tho Milton hero returned homo Saturday. Taylor graveyard at 10 o'olock WedMrs. C. T. Smith and llttlq daughter, nesday morning. Marie, aro visiting Mrs. Sam Rafferty. y- today. F. XV. ACTON. Infant child Mr. Sam Rafforty's llttlo Mr. Fielder Acton died at his homo I Is very sick at this writing. of this city Mon-da- y ten miles north-eaWo are ull very glad to seo the beau He morning about 4 o'clock. tltul warm sunshine come again. had been In feeble health for tho past' s, was and a few days ago You can say goodbye to constipation you uso Ciiam stricken with pneumonia. The deceased with a clear conscience if years and old .lost Sunday berlaln's Tablets. Many liave been per- was 75 children, by leaves a widow and several manently cured by their use. For sale beMrs. John A. Daniel, of this city, m all dealers. tas; one of his daughters. The funeral services were held at Mt. Vernon cemePOND RON. March 20. Mr. Jim Shull who has been tery at that plaoe. 111 for som6 time Is very much mproved. REV. A. J. SNODGRASS. Miss Moldle Bennett is visiting at Cento Cromwell, Ky., March tertown at present. Tho Republican.) Rev. A. J. Snodgrass, of Mrs. Linda Cummins is Uie guest of ailstrap, Butler county, the oldest her daughter, Mrs. Mell Landrum, Rockof the Gasper River Baptist minister port. Association, died Monday at ids home In Mss Ola Brown is visiting her sister, year. Ho luvd been his seventy-fourt- h Mxs. Murry Clilnn. for actively engaged in Uie ministry Mr. J. I. Clark and son Webber.have forty-on- e years, doing much good for gone to South Oarrollton on a visit for his Master. IBs funeral was preached a few days. at Mt. Vernon Baptist Church Tuesday Miss I'oily Coleman went to Nashville ot by Ids pastor, Rov. Birch Slilelds, Tenn., last week. bo Rockport, Ky. Tlie deceased will U Mr. Jim Williams lias been very greatly missed by his church. but is better at present. Success to the, llepublclan. DEATH OF INFANT. Roosevelt leaders In Kentucky hare mado arrangements to hold a big rally at PhoenK Hill' Fail: In Louisville, Wednesday night April 3 when Col Theodore Roosevelt will speak. Col. Rooseel will speak Wednesday morning at Ashland, Mt. Sterling, Lexington and Frankfort. It is probable that several Roosevelt supporters In Ohio county will nt-te- small child Mr. Plrtle leaves a mother Mrs. Delia Mrs. Plrtle; two sisters, Leslie Hoover and Mrs. Charley Smith; two brothers, Messrs James and Ira Plrtle, and uncles, Dr. J. R. Plrtle and Mr. Henry M. Plrtle. Tho deceased was a member of Hnttford Tent of Maccabeej, who will be In charge of tho remains today. the rally. st feV-year- ectal Eggs for Salt. Improved B. P. Rock, IL00 per setting. MRS; JOHN W. SANDERFUR. Hartford, Ky. U. P. D. No. J, A very strange death occurred Wednes day morning when the little fivo months Marvin old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Parks, of near Beda was found dead in IU bed. Tho child was In perfect health years, making Owensboro his place of residence during Uiat perloS. He ,&aa a quiet, unassuming old gentleman, a polish clergyman, a and refined philosopher, linguist and deep thinker, and one of the best known preachers in Southern Methodist tho church. was, at one time, pastor Dr. Hayes church of Settle Memorial Methodist of this city. He is sunlved by his wife and fivo children as follows: Dr. J. K. 'Hayes, of Hanson, Dr. E. L. Hayes of Henderson, W. Foster Hayes of this city, Mrs. Robert H. Trigg, of Henderson, and Miss Clara M. Hayes of Henderson. Ho Is also surIed by ono and strength. brother, Rev. R. F. Hayes, of o Saturday night tho two boys teams and ono sister, Mrs. Bottle Hartford will pilay at Beaver Dam and Collins of Russellvllle. games. A claim they will win botli The funeral will take place Tueslarge crowd from Hartford will probaday morning at 10:30 o'clock from tho game. bly attend tho Meth6dlst church at Henderson, with A. S. of E. Quarterly Meeting. Interment at Fernwood cemetery. 01(1-Rev. S. J. Thompson, presiding Wo will hereby give notice to all conof the Owensboro district, will atDistrict cerned that the Green River tend tho funeral. Convention, A. S. ot E. will hold her Regular Quarterly Session In Owensboro at tho Court House on Thursday, April Extend Rev. Cottrell a Call. . 1th. Meeting wtfl be called to order at The Owensboro Inquirer has the fol10 a. m. All Jocal please lowing concerning Rev. E. O. Cottrell, unions will seo that they havo a full deegatlon.nl-s- o who is well known by many in Hartford the we insist on all membres of Rev. E. O. Cottrell of this city has several County Finance Committees be received a very flattering call to acpresent for by virtue of your office you cept the pastorate of the Baptist are a member of this Convention. church at Cloverport. J. B. HOLLAND, Pres. Rev. Cottrell will leave for Clover-po- rt S. B. ROBERTSON, Sec'y. Wednesday morning to take the matter up with the board of deacons Resolutions of Respect. at the services to be held on WednesHartford Lodgo No. G75 F. & A. M. day night. Rev. Cottrell is one of Great the Whereas, Almighty God, tho promising popular most and ArclUtect of the Universe, lias called an- young ministers In western Kentucky. other Brother from labor on earth to re- He was ordained as a minister in freshments above, Brother Dudley Ford, December, at tho Third Baptist who departed this lite March It, 1912- sermon being; church, the ordination Ho 'was a member of John J. Davis delivered who by Rev. J. J. Taylor, Lodge No. 3S0, but lived in this Juris- at Uiat time was president ot tho diction and was a frequent visitor to Georgetown college, and who was rethis lodge. cently called to the pastorate of the Therefore, be it resolved, that we First Baptist church ot this city. fraternal sympathy to our slater Is at present pastor Rev. Cottrell lodge In the loss otone of Its most of Uie BapUst church at Maceo, and faithful and beloved members, and to lias also had charge ot tho BapUst the family, our tender and heartfelt churohes at Sorgho and other points. sympathy! for your husband and father was our friend and brother, and we are American Singer. deeply sensible of Uie aching void causa Ky., March by his decease. We point you to the AdalrvUle, to please orphan's God the Mason's Felice Lyne, who continues widow and God, for true comfort, and may ho ever London aristocrats with tier singing, Is a cousin of Shelden Lyne, of this com-tliave you in His holy keeping. The English newspapers have had Resolved second; That In the death of members ot John J. columns after columns relative to Miss BroUier Ford, the sweet voice and Davis Lodgo No. S9, havo lost a true Lyne's wonderful brother; the wife, a loving and devoted her brilliant performances, and has ot the and been heralded as the Pattl husband; the children, a patient century. Miss Lyne's reforgiving father; the church, a pious Twentieth and devout member, and tho community, markable success is sold to be duo to her superior Intellect and the care and citizen. a good, Resolved third; That a copy of Uieso counsel of her mother, who is iter cona stant companion. Their home when in resolutions be spread on our records, copy sent to the family, a copy to John America is at Allentown, Pa. J. Davis Lodgo No. 3S3, and a copy sent to each ot our county papers for publlca Froviig It. v A. C. YEISER, tion. "People, nowadays." said Uie old J. II. PATTON, house cat, "don't know how to roUa C. M. CROWE, children. They let Uie youngsters havo Com mitt eo. Uielr own way too much." "That's right." replied tho old broo4 "Now, olok ot these chicks of hen. Farm for Sale or Eor sale or, rent, good river bottom mine, They wouldn't have amounted to anything If Uicy hadn't been sat upon." U. S. CAUSON, farm. " Catholic Standard and Times. Hartford, Ky. StJ le, er 27.-y. law-abidi- leit. bcr of reputable nnd honorable men lo redress social and Industrial evils. who down at bottom distrust popular Again and ngnln earnest workers for MAINE HEROES government nnd when they must ac- social Justlco linve snld to me thnt tho cept It accept It with reluctance nnd most serious obstncles thnt they have hedge around It with every ppecles of encountered during the mnny yenr restriction nnd check nnd balance so thnt they havo been trying to save ns to make tho power of tho people ns American women nnd children from limited and ns ineffeetho ns possible. tlcstruciion lu American Industry have ' Mr. Tnft fairly defines tho Issue when been the courts. Thnt Is the Judgment Opposes President's Attitude on he fi.ijs tint our government is mid of nlmost nil the social workers I know Impressive Cermonies Held Hliould be n government of nil the peo- aud of dorens of pailsh priests nnd ple by n representative urt of the peo- clergymen nnd of eer. executive nnd At Washington. Popular Government. ple. This is nn excellent nnd modcrnto legislator w ho has been seriously nt- - ' description of nn oligarchy. It defines templing to use government ns nn ' our gocrnmcnt ns n government of nil agency for social and Industrial betterBones of Unidentified Dead In ment. of the people by n few of tho people. PEOPLE'S VOICE MUST PREVAIL 1 nin not speaking Jokingly nor do 1 tem of What ls'the result of this sysJudlclil nulllilcatlon? It was, terred in National mean to be unkind, for I repeat that accurately stated by tho court of ap mnny honorable and well meaning men peals of Now Vork In tho employers' Chsertd For Speech In Opening Active of high chnrncter take this iew nnd liability case, where It wns calmly and Judicially declared that tho people tin- - ' Quotes have tnken it from the time of tho Campaign For Nomination of the nation. Essentially this der our republican gov eminent are less as Opposed to the Majority. Taft strait-jackVnhtnEtoii, ). c th.it March 23 Tile free Stands Squarely on His Columbus view is to be the constitution is a of nn them to correct the evils thnt oppress American used for the control N'ltlon to lay wrote the fin ml thau nre the people of the mon (O.) Address. Now, I archies of Europe. To nny man with ihnpter of tho tniKcily of tlio .Maine, unruly patient the people. passages In Colonel hold th.it this view U not only false, vision, to nny man with broad and real niiil paid Its full measure of tribute to The salient but m!chloous, th.it our constitutions social sympathies, to nny man who be- tho heiocs who were sietlflicil on tho ttoosevelt's forceful campaign speech, are Instruments designed to secure Jus- lieves with nil his In this great altar of patriotism fourteen Jears mro Carnegie hall, Kew York, tice by hecurlng the deliberate but ef- democratic republicheirt ours, delivered in of such n Wednesday evening, nre given below: fective expression of the popular will, condition is Intolerable. It is not gov- With a vvcvilth of sentiment tho 1kiio dead resurThe great fundamental issue now be that the checks nnd balances are valua- ernment by tho people, but mere sham of slt seven unidentified fore too Republican party nnd before ble as far and only so far ns they ac government in which the will of tho rected from tho hatlnir of Havana, were our people can be stated briefly. It Is, complish that deliberation nnd that it peoplo is constantly defeated. It is consigned by n reverent Republic lo Are the American people lit to govern is a warped nnd unworthy and Improp- out of this experience that my remedy tho acred soil of Atllngton XaUou.il themselves, to rule themselves, to con- er construction of our form of govern- has come, and let it be tried In this Cemetery. trol themselves? I believe they nre. ment to see in it only n means of field. When ns tho result of yenrs of I'resldnet Taft nnd his Cabinet, both My opponents do not. I believe In the thwarting the popular will nnd of pre- education and debate a majority of the Houses of Congress, nnd nil tho other venting justice. Mr. Tnft says that people have decided upon a remedy for right of the people to rule. I believe that tho mnjorlty of the plain people "every class" should have n "voice" in in evil from which they suffer nnd offUl.iJs of tho Oo eminent, pet aside of the United States will, day in and the government. That seems to me a have chosen a legislature nud executive tins day and did homage to tbo deid ery serious misconception of the pledged to embody that remedy in law Although the rain begun fall rnrly day out, make fewer mistakes in governing themselves than nny smaller American political situation. The real nud the law has been finally passed In tho afternoon. President Taft and bis class or body of men. no matter what trouble with us is that some classes and npprov ed I regard It as monstrous entourage iiuula their way to tho come-tertheir training, will make lu trying to have had too much voice. One of the that a bench of judges shall then say nnd rem lined bareheaded In the govern them. I believe again that the most important of nil the lessons to be to the peoplo: "1'ou must begin all over downpour until tho Ut coffin had been taught nnd to be lenrned is that a man igahi. First, amend your constitution American people are as a whole capa lowered. Tho solemnity of tho monunt ble of self control and of learning by should vote not as a representative of which will take four years; second, citizen. their mistakes. Our opponents pay lip i a class, but merely as n good same as secure tho passage of a new law Impressed Itself on every one. which will take two years more; Ono by ono the nrmy gun caissons Joynlty to this doctrine, but they show whose prime Interests are the third, carry that new law over the boring the bones of the dcatl.ln thirty their real beliefs by the way In which those of all other good citizens. weary course of litigation which will four caskets, rolled up Taft'a "Disbelief In the People." they champion every device to make to tho plot In tho nominal rule of the people n sham. Mr. Taft again and again, in quota- take no human being knows how long; which they were to He. As thty came I hae scant pntlcnce with this talk tions I have given and elsewhere fourth, submit the whole matter over the President, bis iMrty and tho crowd of the tyranny of the majority. When- through his speech, expresses bis dis- sgalu to the very same judges who mised nt the further sldo of the come-tei- y ever there is tyranny of the majority I belief in the people when they vote nt have rendered the decision to which road, llncovcied. l'rom ncioss tho shall protest against It with all my the polls. In one sentence he says that rou object. Then, if your patience heart and soul. But we arc today suf- the proposition gives "powerful effect holds out and you finally prevail, the open grncs came tho illrge.s fiom the is fering from the tryanny of the minor- to tho momentary Impulse of a major- will of tho majority of tho people may marine band. A flald of flowers upon ities. It is a small minority that is ity of an electorate nnd prepares the have its way." Such a system Is noty the new turned sod told of tho revcrenu grabbing our coal deposits, our water way for the possible exercise of the popular government, but a moro mock-jrIn which tho dead were held. of popular government. powers ami our harbor fronts. A small grossest tryranny." Elsewhere-- ho In the center of tho plot stood tho People Will Define "Liberty." minority Is fattening on the sale of speaks of tho "feverish uncertainty" old anchor of tho Maine. Its Iron sliunl. foods and drugs. It is a and "unstable determination" of laws adulterated Tho decisions of which wo complain bore a pi ite Inscribed: small minority that lies behind monop- by "temporary and changing majori- are. ns a rule, based upon the constituS. S. Maine, blown up Tobm-.ir- y olies and trusts. It Is a small minority ties." and again he says that the sys- tional provision that no person shall 1".. isj. litre Ho the remilns of that stands behind the present law of tem I propose "would result lu suspen- be deprived of life, liberty or property 1CJ men of the Maine's crew, brought master nnd servant, the sweatshops sion or application of constitutional without due process of law. The terms nnd the whole calendar of social and guarantees according to popular "life, liberty and property" have been fiom IIaan.i, Cuba, and rolnterred industrial Injustice. It Is a small mi- whim," which would destroy "all pos- used in the constitutions of the English at Arlington December 2, ij. nority that is today using our conven- sible consistency" In constitutional in speaking peoples since Magna Cbarta. Chaplain llajard read tho Kphcopal tion system to defeat tho will of a ma- terpretation. I should much like to Until within tho last sixty years they jority of the people in the choice of know the exact distinction that is to were treated as having specific mean- billal service. Ho was fololutd b tommiuder-ln-ihle- f Miuilcc Mnimons, delegates to the Chicago convention. bo made between what Mr. Taft calls ings "property" meant tangible prop-srt"liberty" meant freedom from of the United fcpanMi War Votcr.ins.who "the fitful impulse of a temporary maNot For Recall Everywhere. Jly opponents charge that two things jority" when applied to n question such personal restraint, or, in other words, pild a high tribute to tho lojnlty and of tho iliad. In my progtam are wrong because they as that I raise aud any other question. from imprisonment in its largest defiThe bands broke out into a mournful Intrude into the sanctuary of the judi- Itemember that under my proposal to nition. About 1ST0 our court began to ciary. The first Is the iccall of judges review a rule of decision by popular attach to these terms new meanings. dirge, which was stilled onlj when to that mean and the second the review by the peo- vote, amending or construing certainly Now "property" has come to person a sharp order lung out, and tho firing at tho ends of tho table. Ho had bis Ilrjnn Rtntcment ns in nttuupt nt svery right of value which a ple of judicial decisions on certnin con- extent tho constitution, would workmen make a littlo c!o. t out of ill tatorshlp 'which sipiad left the walled mass of soldier Xebraska voters stitutional questions. I hjv c said again take nt least two years from the timo could enjoy, nnd "liberty" hns been and double-quic- k plu Ing a would not tiiratc. ' He aided each of thise shovels bj tint time forwaul nt tho of the election of tho legislature which made to include the right to make con and again that I do not advocate the the slats at null end while Harmon was his personal cholo;. There was n clitter of equipment ns tho lioinl behind recall of Judges in all states aud in all passed the act Now, only four months tracts. As a result, when tho state he would vote for any candidate indorse! communities. The integrity of our elapse between the nomination nnd the limits tho hours for which women may men made ready; then a initio of another but ecu tho idiawer and the Judges, fiom Marshall to White and election of a man as president, to fill labor, It Is told by tbo courts that this muskttiy broko tho solemn stillness shelf to foim the closet back, nnd it b Nebraska Democrats. Commenting upon Mr. Rrjnn's opponch Qolmes and to Cullen and many others for four years tho most important of- law deprives them of their "liberty," A second and a third volley followed. door with u lock and key ncro-In our own state Is n fine page of fice in the land. In one of Mr. Taft's ind when It restricts tho manufacture As tho squad fell bnck a mvy buglet end of Uio table. There was still un- sition to llovernor Harmon, Mr. HitchAmerican history. But I say It sobe- speeches he speaks of "tho volco of af tobacco in a tenement it Is told that sounded "Taps." When the last note-ha- utilized space bojow Uio dnwer nnd cock sM: rlydemocracy has a right to approach the people as coming next to the voice the law deprives tho landlord of his between tho closet". Tlil, It at first "The assertion made by Mr. Hrjan died a national siluto of twenty-on- e Now, I do not believe tho sanctuary of tho courts when a of God." Apparently, then, the decision 'property." of the people about tho presidency, aft- that any people, and especially our guns was filed by nn artillery battery seemed, ho would need for kneo ioin that Hai mon has tho support of Will special interest has corruptly found Is utterly without proof or Rut htre'ct. when using the inblo ns a deik. sanctuary there, and this Is exactly er four months' deliberation. Is to be free American people, will long con- at Tort Mjcr. to the Before the services nt tho graves a sol at last he hit upon tho plan of build- foundation so fir ns I know. Whenever what has happened in some of the treated as "next years voice of God," sent that the term "liberty" shall be of sober thought Jeflned for them by a bench of judges. emu senile was held on tho south front ing Into that space two shelves Mr Rrjun Is opposed to a nun, ho first states where tho recall of the judges Is but If after two they decide that women and children Every people has defined that term for of tho touching thing issue. Is It not equally plain a button, could assumes and then asserts that Wall State. War und Navy Ilulidlng. It which, by men that the question whether a given so- shall bo protected In Industry, or labor 'tself lu tho course of Us development. was attended by tho L'rcslduit, who be made to .s'ldo back far enough to Street Is Tor tliat in in. Certainly Wall Task Is to Strive For Justice. cial policy Is for tho public good Is not protected from excessive hours of to be for Harmon to his de'sk. Street has no eulogized the Malno heroes; the Vice penult him to druw oIo-Friends, our task as Americans Is to of a judicial nature, but should be set- under unhygienic conditions, or wage President, Chief Justlco White, nnd his these shelves vvero filled with books As Governor of Ohlo.Hnimoii has shlf test by the legislature or in the final workers compensated when they lose strive for social and industrial justice, tled lifo or limb in the service of others, achieved through the genuino rule of associates on tho bench of tho Supreme so that when flush with the table three million doll. us of taes n, jmr off Instance by the people themselves? The president of the United States, then their decision forthwith becomes tbo people. This Is our end, our pur- Court, membeis of both houses of Con- odge, the gay bindings were lu full of the people onto tho railroads, which in for largely owned by Wall Street Interests." Mr. Tnft, devoted most of a recent a "whim" and "feverish" nnd "unsta- pose. The methods for achieving tho gress, officers of both branches of tho view. Tho closets may bo used writing materials, liquor clgarx, pipes speech to criticism of this proposition, ble" and an exercise of "the grossest end are merely expedients to bo finally military service, and members of tho and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy lias won magazines any of the littlo things that tie says that It "Is utterly without tyranny" of the tho "laying of tho ax to accepted or rejected according as actu- diplomatic corps. tree of freedom." That al experience shows that they work tho foot it... i,.. -- ... ,.,,- merit or utility, and instead of being usually litter a den. A cabinet maker " "" ,l:ma(l cures or coughs.cohls President Taft occupied a clialr In tho oy us remarkable euros of coughs, codls in tho interest of all the peo- Is tho old, old doctrine which has been well or ill. But in our hearts wo must esplanade. On his right the or Interior decorator would so transform ple and of the stability of popular gov- acted upon for thousands of years have this lofy purpose, and we must center of tho and croup. It can be dopended upon. Tr u table for no si eat sum. Vctuo. ernment, is sowing the seeds of confu- abroad and. which here lu America has strive for it In nil earnestness and sin- Cuban Minister sat. On his left was It. Sold by nil dealers. upon sometimes openly, cerity or our work will come to noth- Rear Admiral Charles D. hlgsbtt, who m sion nnd tyrauuy." (By this he, of been acted sometimes secretly, for forty years by ing. In order to succeed wc need lead- was captain of tho old Maine, and Rear Flying Men Fall. rourse, means tho tyranny of the majoritythat is, tho tyranny of the many men in public and In private ers of inspired Idealism, leaders to Admiral Ricliard Wnlnwright, who wus Victims to stomach, llv-e- r and kidAmoricun people as n whole.) Ho also life, nnd I nm sorry to say by many whom are granted great visions, who occutlo officer of tho iwit, ted ship. ney troubles Just UKu otlur says that my proposal (which, ns he Judges; a doctrine which has In fact dream greatly aud strive to mako their Both bowed heads when l'ather with like results In loo ot AjiiKiUto, their tended to croato a bulwark foe privi- dreams come true; who can kindle the rightly sees, is merely a proposal to chaplain of tho old Maine, bickacho, norvousniccs, hvadoolio, and give tho people n real lustead of only a lege, a bulwark unjustly protecting people with tbo flro from their own Chldwlck, n fouling. Uut special interests against tho rights of burning souls. Tbo leader for scenes thnt attended the tired, listless, nominal clianco to construe and amend the time recounted tho tho there is no nwd to tul 111 jo that us a Mate constitution with reasonable Is peoplo ns n whole. This doctrine being, whoever he may be, Is but nn destruction of tho vessel. to mo a dreadful doctrine, for its ef T.. D. Peablea, Venn., proved rapidity) would make such amendment Instrument to bo used until broken ho and interpretation "dtpend on the fe fect is, and can only be, to mako tho and then to bo cast aside, and if he Beware of Ointment for Catarrh "Six bottles of Electric BlU-ar.now verish, uncertain aud unstable deter- courts tho shield of privilege against is worth his salt be will care no more writes, "did more to slo mo popular rights. Naturally, every up- w that Contains Mercury. mination of successive otes on differhen ho is broken than a soldier cares strength aud good apiw'jlto than nil S TaKe On ent laws by temporary and changing holder nnd beneficiary of crooked priv- when bo is sent whero his life is forAs mercury will surely destroy tho oth-ostomach remedies I uod." So W ilege loudly applauds tho doctrine. It Pain Pill majorities," and thit "it Iajs the ns nt Is may bo sense of smell nnd complotcly derango tlwy liolp everybody. Its folly to behind tho shield of that doctrino feit in order that tho victory tho foot of tho tree of well ordered won. In tho long fight for righteousI then entering it suffer whon this ioit rouirjdy ej stem when tho whole crooked clauses creep into laws, ness will freedom nnd subjects tho guarantees of thnt men all of of wealth control legislation. spendtbo watchword for of littlo us Is through tho mucous surfaces. Such ar- help jou from the flrat dou. Tiy j. A. Take It life, llheity nnd property without rem- that mat and bo spent. It is tn "Just Judges Safe." edy to tho fitful impulso of a tempoter whether any ono man falls or sue ticles should never bo used except on Only CO ooii ta at all drusgum Remember I nm not discussing tho ceeds, but tho cnuso sbnll not fall, for prescriptions from icputablo physicians, rary majority of an electorate." Call Too Republican oiflc, phono This criticism is really less a criti- recall of Judges-altbo- ugn I wish It It is the cause of uinukiud. We, hero as tho damage they w 111 do is ten fold 123, whon )ou have an Item of ikiws. cism of my proposal than a criticism distinctly understood that tho recall is In America, hold iu our bands tbo bopo to tho good ou can possibly To get the best of Backache dcrivo by of all popular government. It is a mere piece of machinery to tnko tho of tbo world, tho futo of tho coming from them, null.s Catanh Cure, manu-yen- This faaor will be appreciated Get a Box of wholly unfounded, unless It is founded place of tho unworkable Impeachment the publishers and by tho jntrons o and shatno and disgrace will bo lractured by r. j. c, & Co ' Toleu0, which Mr. Taft In effect defends and ours if lu our eyes tho light of high on the belief that tho people are fundtho lupor. :7tf. contalns no ,ncrcu,y' a,,d ,s taKe" ln amentally untrustworthy. This Is tho that If the days of JIaynnrd ever camo resolve is dimmed. If wo trail In tho Anti-Pai- n wo Never Forget. I propose to submit to back ngnln in tho btato of Now Vork dust tho golden hopes of men. If on 'orall' acting dhectly upon tho blood question that What tho people. How cun tho prevailing I bhould favor it. I havo no wish to this now continent wo merely build u"d mucous smfaces of tho system, in According to science, aro the tilings Otherwise Backache morality or n preponderant opinion bo coino to it, but our opponents when another country of great but unjustly bujlng Hall's Cutuirh Cuio bo smo associated with our eaily home life, May get the heat or you better and moro exactly ascertained they object to all efforts to secure real divided material prosperity wo shall lyou got tho genuine, it Is taken Intu- such as liucklen'a Arnica Salve, that Nothing disturbs the human than by a voto of the people? Tho Justlco from tho courts nre strengthen- bate done nothing, nnd wo shall do ns ' imiiy and nuulo lu Toledo, Ohio, by I', mother or grandmother used to euro systern more than pain whether peoplo must know better than tho ing tho hands of thoso who demaud little if wo merely set tho greed of envy ij. cllcnc). & Co Tort,tlnon,alll our burns, bolls, scalds, sores, skin erupfice. it be in the form of headache, court what their own morality nnd tho recall. In a great many states against tho greed of arroganco nnd ,5- - ,,cr boU tions, backache, neuralgia, stomachache cuts, sprains or bruises. Toity their own opinion is. I ask that you, there has been for many years a real thereby destroy tho material well bo- - ,Sold by a,uesls"'- - 1,kc' or the pains peculiar to women. years of cures provo Its merit. Unit-vali- d bcrc, jou aud others like you, you tho xecall of Judges as regards appoint- Ing of nil of us. To turn this govern- Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills arc a Tako IIall's l"a" piles, corns or 10M sores. Onments, promotions, reappointments nud ment either into government by plu- for constlpi- for Pi"" people, bo given tho chauco to statu standard remedy for pain, and nud this recall was tocrncy or government by a mob would tIo- your own views of Justlco and public ly 5 cents at all druggists. m m are praised by a great nrmy of morality and not sit meekly by and through tho turu of a thumbscrew nt do iu icqiem uu a lurgiT bcuio uio men and women who have used liuvo jour views announced for you by the cud of u long distance roil In tho lamentable failures of tbo world that them for years. Original Table for Den. Calls Bryan Dictator! well meaning adherents of outworu bauds of great iutcrests. I believe that Is dead. Wo stand against nil tyran"A friend was down with LaGrlppe exeAn Intel lor decorator has hud Washington, D.C ,, Mulch 23. Senaand neatly crazed with awful backache philosophies, who cxnlt tho pedantry a Just judge would feel far safer in tho ny, by the few or by the many. Wo cuted for hU own uso In u little tor Hitchcock, of Nebraska, toduy issued leave her one I'lll of formulas nbovo tho vital needs of hands of tho peoplo than In tbo bands stand for tho rule of tbo many ln tho built-i- n den a uulquo another for her to take. They and left helped a bt ate ment rcpljing to tho declaration of those interests. her right away, and the human life. Intorest of all of us, for tbo rulo of tbo will Ho bought ono of those of William Jennings Hi) an that If GovMy remedy Is not tbo result of a li- many in a spirit of courage, of com again'" without them Mr. Tuft's position is tho position Mrs. G. II. Webb, Austlnburg, O. tables-desk- s mid-dl- o with a diavvcr Jn tho ernor Harmon Wicre Indorsed y constitutional law, but mon sense, of high purpose, above all tho that has been held from tho beginning brary study of long of actual and continued expert ln a spirit of kindly Justice toward inte,2l!.B,,t,M d0W M and a noriovv shelf at euch end. Xcbioska pilmarles ho would not goto of our government, although not MEDICAL CO., Elkhart. Ind. are supported, eo openly held, by a largo num- - cuce in the iue of governmental power every man aud every woman, t Tho shelves, back the Daltlmero com eiUton as n, delegate. and front, by littlo slats and are open Senator Hitchcock characterized the LET PEOPLE RULE, SAYS ROOSEVELT LAIDJO REST J -- STOCK BILLS y, The most complete line of Stock Cuts in the State. Any kind of Bill on short notice. Hartford Republican Printing The Better. X The Hartford Republican JOI3 ROOIVISS - - Kentucky. Hartford, vv m. ica-so- n run-dow- Wj ) f Xl E"" I rs '" Dr. Miles' Pills I I I I I r Antl-PsJ- a d) "' wmm&m v At TUME by LOUIS JOSEPH YAH IllUSTRATlOlfSWr BLLSWOR-TB-OrOTO- -JfcB.3s'r -- 5Zgm safe saUC MCHTW9 i5y IQUltoatPHW ZYAx?MmKti ) -- CHAPTER XV. He opened his eyes again, alone on cool, damp, enrthen floor, but as rflurcd that tho feminine element In his adventure hod been no hallucination, .after all; for ho could see tho girl standing a little to one sides and looking down upon him, her face so deep In shadow that ho could gather noth Ing from Its expression, whether It wero of displeasure or of perplexity. Prom this and that, however, ho deduced that she, discovering herself lavishing endearment on the wrong man, was not utterly dcllghtod with tho situation. The circumstances taken Into consideration, uch a stato of mind ho thought not unreasonable; and being now to some extent recovered, ho saw no profit in making her suffer more. So with a show of fnlntnoss not wholly assumed, he rotted his head to ono side, opening wldo his eyes and looked tho woman In tho face, Inquiring with his faint, thin brogue: "What's this, now, mo dear?" Tho girl's faco darkened. Sho shook her head Impatiently. "I havo no sho told him In excellent French. "Who are you? Why do you como hero? You aro not Danny!" "Oho!" commented O'ltourko knowingly, "and that's the explanation, is It?" Ho sat up, embracing his knees and drawing a rueful face. "Faith, mo dear," ho admitted, "I concedo yo tho best of tho argument, thus far. I am not Danny 'tis true as Gospel." Sho frowned. "Then what aro you doing here, monsieur? How did you lenrn who told you tho signal?" "Faith, from no less a person than Danny Mnhono himself. He showed mo tho way and bade mo knock but nlvcr a word said be of yourself, mo dear." "Monsieur does not recall that I admitted him?" sho persisted, but with a lightening face, "nor anything that happened thereafter?" "Not the least in tho world. What did happen, now?" But sho flanked that embarrassing question adroitly, evidently much by O'Rourko's reassurance. Which was just what ho wished her ramo of mind to be. "Nothing that matters," she replied, continuing to tmploy tho French tongue, and that rery prettily, with a fetching little accent. "I think you fainted. Then but rou know my Danny?" "Tour Danny!" said O'Rourke, his mood quizzical. "None better, me dear. I've known him since be was so high, or thereabouts." And he held a palm lomo six Inches or so above the floor. "And he he brought you here?" "Who else? How else would I be knowing the signal? Ye see, there was ft bit of a shindig down the street and me in the middle thereof and getting til the worst of it If ye must know-w- hen along comes Danny and lends me a hand and whips me off here and lays he'll be back In a moment. He'll tell ye the details himself; but 1" he eyed her quizzically "would now uk ye to overlook the unceremonious manner of me entrance and a certain lack of dignity as to me attire, which I beg ye to believe is not me ordinary evening dress, and and faith! me throat is baked entirely, it me clothes are not. May I ask for a drink at mademoiselle's fair hands?" He was on bis feet now and the situation hugely. "And 'tis the Irish eye, for beauty Danny has!" be told himself. "I commend his taste, the rogue!" For the girl was exceedingly fair to Bee; slender and straight and girlish and sweet; a Greek, If he were to Judge of her features and her dress, and in that odd light, with perturbation in her pose, a smile trembling on her lips (because of O'Rourko's conceit) and the shadow of anxiety clouding her eyes, she made a charming picture indeed. Sho was quick to grant his request "Danny will explain," she agreed with conviction. "This way, then, if you please, monsieur, and" as they passed through a low doorway "if you will have the patience to wait here, I will fetch wine." She smiled enchantlngly, dropped him a bewitching little courtesy with a deference evoked, no doubt, by the man's subtle yet ineradicable air of distinction, and left him wholly captivated. "Bless ber heart and pretty facet" he murmured, eyeing her N retreating figure. "Tis Danny who's not that he's tho lucky dog not deserving;. . .. ." He reviewed bis refuge summarily, discovering that be stood In one corner of a small courtyard, the center of a hollow cube of masonry; a d well-la- g of two stories, round whose upper WBoor raa aa inner gallery to which Bteps led up from the court aad from which access was to be bad to the living rooms all dark and sliest la the center of the courtyard, a little fountain tinkled, a tiny Jet of Awater rising from the central upright n f stone to spray the black, pool beaaata. There was a little plot of grass, likewise, with flowers generous of their cordial perfume. The gtal easae sileatly out from taa iWCFl fcwaajh the gsiUrr. bringing vssssJr' ' L l'D . Tr V ' 1 tho Kng-llsh- ," him a cup and a )ar or eartueuware brimming with wine. He accepted the service with a bow. "Madcmolscllo Is as kind aa she is beautiful!" said ho, and with tho appreciation of a connoisseur first watched her blush, then drained tho jug to Its last drop and felt the grnto-fu- l fluid grapple with his fatigue, temper it, and send now strength leaping through his veins. "And as good, I'm sure, as she is kind," bo added; and "Ah!" ho sighed, resuming his seat but rising again, and quickly, as a second summons clanged upon tho Iron door and sent tho girl flying towards tho rear of tho bouso. bo Danny "That will now," O'Rourko opined as sho swept past him. Sho murmured a response he did not clearly catch. "What's that?" ho called after her. "Or, possibly," sho repeated, pausing at the cntrnnco to tho rear chamber, "It may bo Monsieur tho Captain Hole!" "Tho dlvvle!" cried O'Rourko, nnd wns on bis feet In n fwlnkllng, casting about him for a weapon. "That "I will. But see that yo don't forget tho change of clothes, Danny, and don't bo lingering too long over your fond farowclls with the lady, if yo'ro not looking for a hiding, and Danny!" "Yls, sor?" "Havo yo a revolver?" "Here, sor." "GIvo It bere, nnd bring another back with ye. Lively, now!" Alone, O'Rourke seated himself on tho edge of tho fountain and considered grnvoly tho uncertainties of Hfo. "Tls fate," ho concluded soberly, at length. "And 'tis hard upon eleven now. They will not dare to run that cargo before midnight; and meself sorely needs a bath." Deliberately he stripped off rags and tatters and plunged Into tho fountain. Danny wns back with the promised wearing apparel cro ho had finished splashing. And while O'Rourko dressed, and for long thereafter, tho two sat and smoked and confabulated, talked of Men and Things nnd the turn of the Wheel of tho WorH. (To be continued.) i It was true, then! the door nna let tciu Hole in?" 0R0ZC0 ARRESTS REBEL GENERAL Head of Rcvolntionary Army In Mexico Takes Steps to vent Treachery. Chlhtininin, Mexico. Mnrch 21. Gen. Antonio llojnn, of tho revolutionary forces, wns pjncid under arrest today by Otn. I'ascual Orozco, tho commander-in-chief, nnd "JOO pf llojns' men wero disarmed nnd their rifles given to men whoso loyalty Is not questioned. The remaining COO men of tho Hojan detachment were sent South to reinforce Generals Cninpa nnd Snlnzn, who nro in momentnry expectation of attack at Kscalon, Itojas is tlio man who, when In command of the rcbed garrison nt Juarez, Nalooted tlio branch of tho Mexican tional Hank of 17,?AiO. pesos all that remained In thu vnults. This action was criticised harshly by his brother officers, nnd Kojas was ordered, with his command to Chihuahua. Ho soon returned to Juarez, but on Thursday again took his men to Chihuahua. It Is said Ids arrest was due to insubordination In declining to obey Orozco's orders. Two messngers from Ojlnngn arrived hero today and Informed Orozco that Jose do la Cruz Sanchez, commanding 200 federals nt Ojlnngn, had decided to cast his fortunes with the revolution. Light skirmishing marked the day at tlio front, between tho outposts of the opposing forces hi tho neighborhood of Cebnllos, which Is about twenty miles south of the Insurrecto Mexican force at Eccalnn. .Reports from Gen. Salazar to Orozco tnako no mention of rebel losses ns reported from tho city of Mexico, but such omlsloiis are common to such reports. The dispatches do state, however, that "tho enemj's Josses far outnumbered our own." GOODS RELEASED AT HORDER. .21 A March San Antonio, Te.vas, half million dollars' worth of cars of consigned to grain and merchnndlso Mexican points held In San Antonio and In vicinity on account of uncertainty of the meaning of President Taffs proclamation bearing on tho exportation of munitions of war, were .today released for shipment ncross tho border. A statement was given out ut United States Marshal Eugene Nolte's office that the railroads would run no risk In billing the shipments to Mexico as the Marshal has revoked his order ,to his deputies to apevi prehend shipments of foodstuffs dently not Intended for consumption by conIndivid lulls to whom they were signed. ' Pre- (S miles) nn hour. I kilometers planned to have tho greatest depth 1.75 Naturnlly the dlsplaro-mometers. could bo only very roughly calculated, slnto the putting together of the various materials used In tho boat depends very largely on the skill of the worker, "Tho first step was to construct a form In which wns placed and fastened Then tho steel the mold wns filled with concrete, and ns soon ns possible smoothed from the inside. When tho mold wns taken nwny the outside wns found to bo smooth nnd hard. Since the smoothness of tho outsldo hns tho greatest possible Influence on the speed of the pumice boat, it was treated with stone, oil nnd sawdust. The boat was enequipped with a gine. for issued by the owner Tho boat a pleasure craft and hns not appeared However, exhibition. nt any this to the practicboat Is nn evidence ability of concrete for boat building, nnd epe'clally for tho constructing of barges and stationary pontoons." nt Relieves Backache Instantly Sloan's Liniment is n great remedy for backache. It penetrates and relieves the pain instantly no rubbing necessary just lay it on lightly. "I had mjr back hurt in the ISoer War and in San i'ranclscu two years ago 1 waa hit by a street car In the tame place. I tried all kind of dope without i. Two weeks ago I saw your liniment in a drug store ami got a bottle to try. The firstanplicationcausedlnstant relief, and now except for a little 1 am almost well." FLETCHER NORMAN, Wl.iitltr, Calif. Here's Proof. SLOANS LINIMENT is the best remedy for rheumatism, neuralgia, sore throat and sprains. Miss E. Uim writes: "Sloan's for rheumatism. tles of It and It of Brooklyn, N.T., Liniment Is the best I liave used six bot- ; : How Presidents Entertained Gumption on the Farm. is grand." Sold by aM Dealers. Price, 23c, 50c, and $1.00. a harvest ahead eve-though It bo a distant one it Is poor thrift to be stingy with your seed Car-lyl- e. If there Is re-llc- f George Washington, a simple Vlr- ginln gentleman nt tho satno time he wns tho first American President, set preferably of homc-rnhca plain table, food. IIo hnil no eyo or tnte for Imported delicacies, nnd po frowned no otrnvaganco that aa a reproof of can't Nothing offered Itself suitable cither hla steward, one day so the story room ho dent away unlristud from tho table for offenso or defense, save nnd except 's the Jug ho had been drinking from, a shad which costs too much. and tho Irishman was weighing this was wine favorite tablo thoughtfully with n definite Intention Mnderl.i. of hurling It nt Captain Hole's head, In contrast to tho way of tho first If Indeed ho had heard aright, when President was that of tho third. Jeffer the cntranco of quito another person relloved his mind, however tempo- son loved elaborato dinners and French oysters somtttlilnir cooking. Hut with rarily. It was Danny, plainly enough; Dan- lllco twenty cents a liushiJ and canvas- ny, tho same as of old, with his cents a pair. It buck ducks seventy-fiv- e grin nnd his was easier than In these days to nuiko shock of flaming hnlr, his upper lip a fcait. Tho old nciounts Bhow that that was long even for on Irish boy's, spent JII.OW for wines and his roving and twinkling blue eyes, Jefferson his nose, his short, sturdy other drinks during Ids two terms. coming tho between John Adams, physique. "Faith," said O'Rourke, "tho gods Presidents Just named, wa.s a careful are not so unkind after all! 'Tis as but not niggardly, host. Ills own love welcome as tho shadow of n great rock of oatcakes and tea has become prover-bla- l. In a weary land, tho sight of ye, Danny!" And "Danny!" he observed or Maillson Jiad a fondness Dolly with somo severity, "I'll ask ye to extarts and other homely farm fruits. plain what tho dlvvle at all ye're do-ndesserts, nnd these figured pr,etty reguhere." Danny's assurance deserted him on larly on tho generously set tables o the Instant. Ho had done his former the White President under House master a signal service that night, but Madison. In his estimation nothing more than Intimate history records tlvo coldness was duo the O'Rourke. Whatever he ceremony of tho dinners whllo 'clt, he looked to perfection a boy and James Monroe's aristocratic tngllsh :augbt at mischief banging his head ind eyeing O'Rourke under blsr brows, wife was tho lady of tho White Hpuse. tt John Qulncy Adams considered ihamefaced and 111 at ease. "Aw!" he deprecated, "sure; now, policy to spend liberally on his state rer honor, now " dinners, nnd these became functions of "Danny," demanded O'Rourke stern-.y- , bright official fnme. "does Miss Cleopatra here under-itan-d Jackson was a poor eater himself, but English?" pursuing a good, frco feelcr of the d word!" the "Dlvvle a multitudes. earnestly. "Beyond Greek and dinners were like himVan Bnrcn'8 Prench and Arabic, sure, she's ignor-in- t If one may bo as Paddy's pig!" self, small, select nnd, So much was plainly evident from use the term, dapper. Tliey .were much he girl's manner and expression of enjoyed by Oie few political Intimates puzzlement Reassured. O'Rourke pro- who shared them and much stormed ceeded: about by the uninvited. "'Tis good hearing. Faith, if she President Tyler liad a negro cook, got understood the King's English, 'Us his own place, and mo hair she would be tearing out by largo supplies from fried In one minute. Danny, I served large dinners at which the roots gather that the lady is be way of lik- chicken and ham of th finest Virginia ing ye more than ye deserve. Is it plantation quality were star dishes. in love with you she is?" 'Polk entertained modestly, and bo did Danny stole a sidelong glance at the Kilmore the Jattex with a partiality girl. "Beggln' yer honor's pardon," he for statesmen and scholars at his stammered, "and I belave she Is that." Buchanan left everything to "Umm!" snorted O'Rourke. "And board. made, as what, if ye please, about poor Annie his niece, Harriet Lane, who marrying a lady of the White House, a record for Bragin, at home? Is it Greek ye would be, and leaving poor lavish expenditures In fhe markets and Annie to cry her eyes out for ye, ye on the table. worthless scut?" Lincoln was more frugal In entertain"Dlvvle a bit, respects id yer hon- ment, perhaps than would have been or! Sure, 'tis only for amusement" Ids own desire, but more generous than "And who may she be, that ye make Lincoln's wish. so free to amuse yourself with her?" was Mrs. daughter av me partner, yer With Grant came dinners of fifteen "Tho honor, Noccovle, the Greek tobaccy to twenty courses, with abundant wlno and In his second .term tho Preslden merchant." "This will be his house, then?" wnB raised from 123.000 to tin KnJarv "No, sir, but a a sort av a sthore-housS50.000. in a way av speaking. Tis Jist tho Kxoept that they were winojess, 'round th' corner they do be livin In dinners tho Hayta udminUtratlon of a aran' folno house, sir." "Then what's the young lady doing wero beyond criticism. cl be" "N'as'.i-liiBton- tlp-tlltc- d g ex-val- pro-este- e, ... here?" "Waiting for me to take her place, sir. Noccovle is away and and," in a blurted confession, "'tis a bit of hashish smuggling we be doing on the side. The stuff is always brought here, sor; and tonight's the night a consignment's due." "Ah-hl- " observed O'Rourke darkly. One by one, It seemed, he was gathering the trumps again into his own band. He resumed his catechism of "Danny, is this the way a decent man should be behaving himself?" be browbeat him. "Is It your mother's son and the sweetheart of Annie Bragin that's become no more than an idle breaker of hearts? Danny. Danny, what would Father Malacbl be saying if be could bear what ye've Just told me? Whin, boy, did ye confess last?" "Aw, dear!" be Danny cowered. And whimpered. "Aw, dearie-dear- ! meself meant no barm at alll" "Thin take your llghtMove borne, Danny, and come back to me bere at nee wkh a change 'of clothes!" "Ylss, yer honor. I'll do that, yet President Arthur had a French steward and credited his guests with the boy. -- his awn fondness for good living. ' In tho White With the Clevelands by the President House, stag dinners wero muoii in favor, offset by fjUiUoruto ladles' lunclwons given by Mrs. Cleveland. InBenjamin Harrison preferred formal dinners, with tlio guests that pleased him, tb his few state affairs. staite dinners often Tlio McKtnley wero too big for the state dining room, requiring an overflow service. President Roosevelt attached to tlio manner and variety of Ids hospitality, as to most acts of Ids administration, Jlia way the quality of Individualism. to see a man was to dine htm. Many sufferers from rheumatism havo with the been surprised and delighted prompt relief afforded by applying Cham of berloln's Liniment. Not one case star-smitte- ,! HgiZxJbHk fST the stems) rheumatism in ten requires any Internal treatment whatever. This liniment m is for sale by all dealers. Sow alfalfa by Itself; it doesn't need S.Sloan any nurse crop. Boston, Mm-on hnnd Havo two or three ready for tho time of need Leave no long nails stl'i.lnv up out of fallen rails or o.i'.i in the pasture. What is finer than an old-- f is llcned ino3 wnter? spring after an o Despite not tho day of tho o team. farmer, for It lead.i to a Four hous3 nrants freo. Read our Wo should not complain when we thlrlc col announcement In another thu other fellow hu.i a better Job than 23tt umn. we; rather let us r?'o'.ce. If This Is tho month oi the the earth Is dry enough. Push the roots THE In good and cut more grnss to pay for It. SEWING Grandfather's traits often ruin his unMACHINE seen grandson years nfter ho himself OF do is dead. What kind of grandsons QUALITY.') you want? A good many men who would not toler ate a hole In their trousers' pocket nre NOT all too complacent when regarding the SOLD hole In tho barn roof. UNDER cotton or canvas gloves The ANY so largely worn by farmers that aro OTHER d by dipping them may be NAME. In melted parafln. If you don't want things, don't bid on WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. First thing yon them at an auction. If you purchase the NEW HOME you will know they will bo yours, nnd you will bave a life asset at the price you pay, and vrlll havo to pay for them whether you want not have an endless chain of repairs. them or not. Dynamite can be used for very many purposes on the farm, but you sliould I Con5daed WANTED-AG- TM I iSSUl MAN IN EACH LOCALITY To Join this Society. Sick, accident, know how to use It. If It explodes, death benefits. And introduce our don't blame the dynamite. That's what Memberships. All or spare time. J50 It's for. to $300 a month. Every Member seharrow? How Do you use a spike-toot- h cured elves you a steady monthly in- are the teeth? Worn down blunt? Take come. Experience not needed. Write out and have the blacksmith Covington, Ky. them for plans. Box The harrow wlil do a sharpen then). If you want a sewing machine, write tor, our latest catalogue before you purchase. great deal better work then. It is not a woman's place to care for The New Home Sewing Machine Co., Orange, Mass? the pigs and poultry, to chop wood or rOR FLETCHER'S cows, when there Is a strong milk heatlhy man around. Keeping a home in WE WANT TO SEND good order Is enough for any woman. Look on the First Page. It Is quite a chore to get stovepipe up yellow slip. It has every time Just right. .Tell you how we You will find a ABSOLUTELY printed on it your name, and a date do tt: When we take tho pipe down we every length with a piece of white after it. The date shows the time mark, Do it before you take It down when your subscription expires. If the chalk. Oar Treat- your and there will be no trouble next time. dato Is prior to February, 1912, lor you not remember me, Mr. "Do subscription to the paper has expired. WEAK If you find such is the case, please give Roosevelt?" said the effusive stranger LUNGS but dellghted.l'm the matter your very prompt attention. to the Colonel. "N-nEither come to THE REPUBLICAN of- sure. When did I have the pleasure?" Coasaiaptioa 1st any lorn fice and pay a year In advance, or If "Why, when you returned from Africa,' you are not coming to town soon, send mil there wns that big crowd on the! Colds, Coughs, If you are subject to us a check. Wo must have nil our sub- wharf, I was tho man In the brown der- Pains In the chest and under the shoulscriptions paid up promptly in adVanco by hat." der blades, if you have nlcht sweats, Make your garden plantings smaller hemoraecs or consumption on any. form, and If you aro behind we know that week you simply overlooked tho matter. and plant more frequently-ve- ry feel weak and run down, write us and or ten days; this will prouuee young we will send you a FULI, SIZED DOT. Juicy vegetables that are more tender, TliC of Germinal Emulsion, as a FREES and sweet tlian where large plantings TRIAL and you can seq for; your self, FOR FLETCHER'S vegetables are are nuulo nnd part of tho what the medicine will do for you. I become big, tough ond to allowed If you will send us 23 cents,, we will s strong favored. prepay the express charges, the pack- A Concrete Motor Boat. A Eood. balanced reed ror a norao is nge ,8 t00 ,aree to B0 by maUi Address, "Last winter." writes Kirt Wissmann, ono.nunrt of oats and ono ot .bran twice OHIO MEDICAL CO., . n .l i.si -.- ..In "Cement" "when I was consulted by .u .....v (Imns eaeli uay. wnen m.e. COLUMBUS, O. Lock Box firm of Elmer & Co., of Sottln. Ger day when at work substituting corn for. many, as to whether I felt competent oats occasionally; and half a bundle of j . Al...l . .. to take chargo of the aonstrurtlon of loeiuer, or ony bouu iumiu nt lint. fllPoa Ij motor boat, I times a elay at regular nours. my nuioo l concrete a Ladies! Savc wns rather skeptical as to my ability. keeps fat on this. He Is given plenty of style by Reidng Mctu "I was awaro that In Italy, a great water. aad uYtBfMcCall Ptttcru concrete barges Mifsuse gomo farmers wall becnuse the robins number of constructed, and catblnla eat cherries. Now 1 havo HcCsi'ssUsmIiswM successfully had been help you dress rftALtS MAGAZINE knowledge noticed that with all their eating the nt a nioderuta but the practical working cxiqnMljy keeping attained birds only eat a small Bhare. I liavo builders had to which their you posted on toe J.11CS. and I would several cherry trees, ,and let the robins waa not at my disposal, Iliuiuui m clollict cud bits. (0 entirely upon my eat all they want. If a sliaro of my to rely bo obliged New Faklilon iH'Sicns In eacb Imic. AUu self. Experiments with columns and cherries will coax them to bidld und kiIus''1'. iiiforiQutlou nn all liomn aud worked out rear their young in my orchard, acting slabs wWch had been muueis. Duly confor me showed that U:c n ycor Includliii: as bug police meanwhile, I am the .wina frco itflterii. 8ub- tho ner. Farm Journal. for elastio crete was sufficiently today or seud --p" "p- to purpose to which It was proposed ii '" tor frco .amnio copy. Wiiva STOQKMEN: ATT.ENTJON come" Into posses-slo- n HcCtU Psi tern mil cnttblo you toiDsko In your put It, and, having TT tiltii filr i UHU UUIUV. .uliliu.nAii.iuii "v wiiu I"Mfvini hmnU I felt quite you got needy to bavo those borso uodwi( yoursxj.r am! cuiiuw u which will V of this knowledge, itichuriiiBVia In ntylo aud nt. the construction of bills w twnouweaitaits printed call able to undertake Catalogue. ( ccuu BeuU fur frvo em Otoa Hartibrd RepubUcatx tor taw- boat.' Wt Ml Ch Tts fist rmnk for renins Bnb." the V fcrlptiuus smoiu JtSurlMt'iiri'. rlU.u"ir"' bave csirt 'prions vb& bojsi work. dimenThe owner hod given me ru Premium Ciiatosuc. anil fal Vrne Oiler. : u tuuwwe )& m BCnavla length and m TK fcflMi CsHf Ht. Z It V Hi J St, K rK except the outside sions t breadth, 'and a required velocity of 9 CM lWU wjsjs. plow-points lame. itijy Hogs and .poultry sent (tXvUSstEssafB Addressfree. BBBj?TsssssssssV - '. Horses, Sloan's Book on Wl L.'iOrlirl Is&BjIIIIIVV mLVsssHk I 1 olel-fai- hl onc-hor3- f.vo-hors- Un.f-voll-j- r, NEW ten-ce- nt HOME II water-proofe- JI-29- 3, Chlidrn Cry CASTORI A fa&ff YOU FREE (nt EP Children Cry' CAS TOR A tlta-A- ..jr. ..-- - Mey assess K"' t I strl-bhi- txr-tui- V Iw-r-A-m- l'a.u GREAT DISPLAY OF LATEST SPRING FASHIONS Now WHEN you come to see us Ready For Your Selection. v about clothes for Spring we hope to see you soon you're certain to be impressed with several things about our store, and our goods; and whether you buy your clothes here or somewhere else, we want you to know these things about us. you is that we appreciete how much it means to most of you to get good Good clothes are something men need; one of the things we want to tell We have some knowledge about these things; it's natural clothes to get value for the money; to receive, when you buy, goods that are worth while. employing our knowledge of hat we should use that knowledge in your interest; there's no reason why we shouldn't use it your interest. The result of so good clothes is a big stock of HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX fine suits. We mention these particularly because we know they're the best clothes made; because they're better in stlye, in quality of materials, in tailoring, than any other clothes. If we didn't think so, we'd find clothes we did think so about. Special Styles For Yovmg Men particular about the distinction of fashion, the "snap," the extreme models, the lively patterns things ack of the style. Being particular about style is a good thing; be particular. But if your and colors, that maybe you've neglected, a little, the your style going to be in a few weeks' wear? clothes are half cotton, and cheaply tailored, where is You young men want stylish clothes; you're so r Just think that over. We'll give you style all right; but better have styie that stays stylish. E. P. Hartford Republican. aid seemingly promises editorial this week. & BrotKer neer Young Man Passes Away. On DAM, to them in an last Monday morning March IStli, KENTUCKY. workers. cac Menhir the Winged Messenger of Death wended its way to tho home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. WllMjn, near Olaton, and called for a ROn.aml about 7 p. m. of the same day the soul of Ira Wilson passed peacefully from his earthly home to the realms of Immortal glory above. by After funeral services conducted PUBLISHERS AND morn- - Revs. B. F. Jenkins und T. J. Acton, Methodist church here Sunday uncle's farm. wnen tho remains were laid to rest In Cane llnjr Just before Sunday-schoo- l, to Every Democratic newspaper In the willie Settles, a man who Is totally Run cemetery, Tuesday afternoon, In tho UririM aH communicatioua tno blind, went to the side of the church, presence of a large congregation of sorto opposed States is United A Hartford Republloan. and climbed candidacy benches rowing relatives and friends. of Colonel Rposevclt, on the top of two are sajlng nice things about President and after opening the clock, set the Ira Emmett Wilson a son of Mr. and NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Taft. However, should President ,Tatt hands, plumbed the dock straight on Mrs. J. R. Wilson was born Dec. IS, Subscribers deelrlog tbe paper lent to a new be nominated, the tune would change, the wall a few minutes 1890. Died March 38, 1512, aged 21 years, and after address must give the old addre. In making tie and the "sincerity" of thsee editors will spent In listening at the tick climbed 2 months and 22 days. request. down and took his scat. How he knew Unsolicited manmcrlpU will not be returned be apparent to every body. He was converted and united with the SDleea accompanied by postage. the clock was ten minutes slow, and church and was baptized In November disAnonymous communication! will recelTe no Now that an oil fiejld has been how he could tell which hand was the 1901, during a meeting which Rev. J. T. Attention. for one to move Is his secret. covered at Hartford, we take it Radcllffe held at Cane Run. granted there w 1U be no trouble in boom On Nov ember 20, 1909 he was united In tracx3csa COZTXS. ing the town and to bring some factories jjgf Qj Qams Allowed by 0M0 OVUBSOcaXlaUad. marriage with Miss Cleinmie Christian, ,.22. and other enterprises, into our nucwi. aftoacb. XUtrax... the daughter of G. J. Christian, Frieda- NSCai tOUn. which are so much needed. We again land, Ky. He was one of a large family end ...,, C?ni ft T ..w.. --l,lf. call upon our Commerclaa Club orucers H"" FRIDAY, MARCH 29. of boys and girls, all of whom survive. County Fiscal Court, to arrange for a meeting to get busy Ohio He had long been In delicate health, FEURUARY TERM, 1612. In behalf of the old town. There Is no long as he 1b h sincere? Who? The Democratic enterprise The following Is a complete list of all but never murmered, and us better situation for business now boosting President or residence in Kentucky. claims allowed at the February torm was able, ho would Join in conversation editor who is with his friends. He always had a smile of Ohio Fiscal Court. Taft. and a jdeasant wprd for every one. School devoting five Black, T. H., CoiUectlng The Hartford Herald is Ho was a true christian and a bright K12M to tax So tar the Hartford Herald's candidate times as much space In an effort and and shining light In Ids home, Supervisors Delivering any In- - prevent the nomination of Col. Roose-el- t, Same lor President has not received 400.11 church. Owing, to his ill health he was notices as It is with reference to Its own from any congressional district Btructlons 19.13 compelled In March 1911, to resign his fight. There Is a row between Br) an Blrkhcad. E. E.. Coal for County.. in the United States. 6.0O position as moderator of Cane Run BapHarmon, Watterson and .Woodrow Chamberlain, B. S. per dien and 6.W tist church. per diem the Cook, Mack, The Hartford Herald comes out In fa- Wilson, and the cliarge made by model Young us lie was, he made a Davenport, A, J., Money Jouned vor of appointment of negroes to offices, Commoner and other Democratic 736.7' church officer and was faithful In the county that there is an actual Presiwhich is quit a change for that paper discharge of his duties. In June 1911, his to settle as it has alwus been known as a bit- dential Trust organized In .the Democrat- Foster, J. Ney, Com'r. could 25.W health becumo so bad that he with Sheriff ic party, whereby Harmon, Underwood, ter enemy cf that race. of not no longer carry on the work slaughter Wilson, Hartford Mill Co., Repairs for Alms, Clark & Co., are to 10.W his farm and was compelled to remove House readers of the Herald did not know Of late the Herald has greatly improvhis to with his wife and little son some other Hartford Republican, Printing wared its editorial page by copious copying this unless they got it from until 12 W father's home where he remained rants source. from this paper. However, Just to bo MO the end. Jackson, J, C, per diem contrary, the Herald will stop this as S.W His health grew worse gradually uncalls Miles, J. II., per diem The Hartford Herald tills week eoon as It finds out Its readers are when CM til a short tlmo before .his dwith, omission from a re- - Pollard, Grant, per diem attention to the it. CM It was seen that mortal hunds could do the Patton, J. L., jier diem print In tills paper, taken fiom C'JO his no more for the recuperation of by It is rumored that the Goernor Is con- Herald in reference to the cliarge fol-- Sanders, Thos., per diem CC0 body. ( Scott, O. E., per dlcm necessity of calling an extra 'senator Bradley, that tho Roosevelt sidering the AU that loving hands and kind hearts b.w uecslon of the Legislature to Increase 'lowing In Kentucky was led by "men who Tlnsley, W. S., per diem could do was done for him that he might enormous !had failed to get office," or had been State of Kentucky,, the tax rate, because of the but be spared us a tew mora years Set. County of Ohio, "kicked out of office." or who had been I appropriations made by the recent "compelled to resign from office." The' I, W. S. Tinsley, Clerk of the Ohio all In vain for God said "come." tbe Legislature. the Ills cares are over, his work Is done, The latter rart of the sentence "Com- - County Fiscal Court do certify tluit God. Legislature did pelled to resign from office" was omltt- - foregoing is a true and complete Us,t of and Ids soul has gone home to late Democratic his for the benefit of good roads ed from the copy thiough oversight of all claims allowed by said Couu at tho On the day of his death he called this mother to lilm, und said: "I am going to regular February term 1812. sections of the type setter. The Herald .wants In Ohio county, and other evening, I am ready the State. They created a useless office know why this matter affects the Halt-for- d Given under my hand, this 2Cth day of to leave here .this and want to go, don't grieve after me.' organ of the g. o. p. so seriously. March, 1912. 12,(00 a year, to be with a salary of W. S, TINSLEV, Clerk. He also said he pound see a light deIs The esteemed editor of the Herald paid by the tax payers of the State. scending from Heaven to him and this not affect assured that it does said that the was seemed so bright that Unlet for Sale. ?h Hartford Herald Is again solictloua paper, nor euther of Its udttors In the my he wanted to, go. 'about the negro voter, and Is looking least. Neither of them belong lo either Two good work mules for sale at He, colled the .family to his bedsido around for tome office, or a pumber of class mentioned by Senator Bradley. The farm three mile south of Beaver nam. said: and bade them all goodbye and given to them by Senior editor of this paper wnt out of Kentucky, office suitable to be E. V. BAKER. "Meet me la lioaven.' One of hU ! ana he Mtf AU oX which the Her- - office under Col. Rooievelt, tbe Democrat. President made any request of el". Taft for an office or nnj thing Neither has he ever been compelled to resign from office. What is the editor Catered according' to law at the PortoHIc The country boy with the small shot of the Herald driving at anyway? L;t Ky.. aa mall matter of the necond gun has not yet been sufficiently enlightHartlord. and others. M. to why his Democratic father him explain to his readers ened as should continue to vote the Democratic C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER Clock by the Tick. ticket in order to compel him to pay Blind Man Sets EDIT0R8 most Ky., March 1T.- -A Glasgow. $1.00 a year on his 12 (0 gun in order RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER to be permitted to shoot a rabbit on his remarkable feat was witnessed at the PROPRIETORS. .o. k ters, Mrs. Ioii70 Weedman, was tibiont and when she arrived ho raid to her. 'I am now at the river nnd ready to cross. I have been waiting for ou to come. When his brother-in-laarrived later, he wild: "I have waited for joti too, und now ou are nil herenndlam ready to cioss over tho river now." He asked his mother to give lilm a comb and when he had raised his hend from the pillow and tombed his hair neatly, he said "now I am ready to go'.' He greeted tach one tliat came to his bedside during the last hours and gave parting admonitions to many friends. He requested his wife to rear their son well, and wo know that his last wishes were for the welfare of this little son. (In whom was his pride.) Ira was a kind and loving husband and father, an obedient son and a kind brother. Ira WUson Is dead. Oh, cruil word! can It be that never again in life shall we see his smiling face or feel the friendly clasp of his hand? How we cheery miss the pleasant rallies und words of this loved one. But he Is not dead, only sleeping, tenderly wo laid the wasted remnants of his mortal being In its final resting place. But not so with the soul, the Immortal Being that never dies. His body moulders 'neath the sod. His soul is safe with God. TWO FRIENDS. acquainted with tho par. territory unsigned tb lilm. "A political revolution Is at hund among Mar land Republicans," said Mr. Micbetfl this morning. "Tho colored people nro nlmnxt a unk for Col. Rooscvn't. Tho feeling against President Taft Is so bit ter, as tho flgurts county by county fchow that his renomlnatlon by tho party would mean n party flump In tho usual Maryland colored Republican vote of ovtc "President Taft would have tn gain elsewhere In Murvbuid over 20,000 votes to carry Uic State an admitted impossibility to anyone at nil conversant with Maryland polltlcnl conditions." X X X X X X X SOME CLASSIFIED ADS. old lady with LOST Two baskets of onions by a strong smell WANTED A barber in a drtuj More; one that can take my placo and con shave the lco for tho soda fountain. Louise. x COW FOR BALE-- By an old man with a little calf. wo- xBsB I ' WANTED A good piano by a joting lady with mahogany legs. news-pape- rs ..$'' WANTED-.Ro- y Amundsen to Lecture. to open ov store with reference. Washington, D. C, March Amundsen, discoverer of the South Pole, WANTED-Glr- ls will visit the United States next Januto sew buttons on the fourth floor. ary, and deliver his first North American lecture on the successful Arctic expedi x xx tion before the National Geographic Soxxxx X ciety in Washington. A Wonderful Offer. President Henry Gannett today received a cablegram from Ca.pt. Amund Read tbe Big Offer of The Rapub-ca- n sen accepting tho society's Invitation. on another page of tibia lasuo Other explorers who gave, after suc- wborecn you can get Ms paper, Tiuo cessful expeditions, their first Amurclan Faronw & Stockmaa and tbe Poo-pl- es lectures before the National Geographic Popular Monthly, on year uaob, Society were Rcur Admiral Robert E. and a full s!ao 16x20 era von, paluirge-me- nt Peary, discoverer of the North Pole, and ALL for $2.00. 27lt Sir Ernest Shackelton, who, until Capt. S. C. 1. 1. Reds. Amundsen's epcdltlon,had Attained" tha And Black Orpington stpek froinll.W farthest South. to $2.00. Eggs from good matin? $1.00 to $2.oo per 15. Baby chicks 25 Negroei Agaiist Taft. cents each. 'Phone. V) A. 25. A Washington, , StateMarch MRS. A. S. CHINN, wide canvas of tho 4S,3 colored voteis Beaver Dam, K. Roosevelt 33M of Maryland shows Colonel the choice over President Taft for tho What w Nevar Forget. Republican presidential nomination by a According to science, are the thing little over 5 to 1. associated with our early home life, The canvas was conducted by the Bal- such as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, 'that publication of mother or grandmother timore Times, a weekly used to cue wide circulation among the colored peo- our burns, bolls, scalds, sores, skin erup ple of "Maryland. The work was done un- tions, cuts, sprains or bruises. Forty der the peiaonal supervision of the ed- years of cures prove" its mark. Unri itor, Hush E. Macbeth, assisted by Rob- valed for piles, corns or cojd "ores. On- ert J. Young and a score of special v teats at all druggists. m 26.-R- oald m a . - Attorney Otlo C. Mnrtln was In this week on Ugnl business Lcltch-fiel- d Millinery 4 We Mr. Tho. Greer, nf lledn, was n. plea nnt cnllcr'nt this offleo Wednesday. Iio new Wlilto Dre-i"Mtnvenve," Goods. ITnrnnrd & Co., solllni? nisents. s n Mr. J. a. Wilson, of Ulnton, wan plcniunt cnlkr nt Tho llepulillcnn office, Monday. Mr. L. II. l.otiiy, of .MUUnry, was u plenfnnt culler nt Tho Republican office Monday, linn been Mrs. W. II. lllley, who qulto 111 for several dnjp, Is tliought to bo Improving. Topics want to thank our friends for their U. S. Carson Is constantly recolvlw? tho newest and best groceries. Telephone your orders in. presence yesterday at our I'or tho ninn wlio shaves, Iho Duthani-Duple- x Htfity Ilnzor Is tho thins. Price m. Kc. Tor sole by J. C. Iler. Mrs. Clarence Kebwn and children, of Spring Millinery Opening We certainly feel grateful to all for their Konlsll!c, were tho gixnts of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. P. Ktown this week. MIsh Alice Taylor Iiju) returned from I.ellcli field hero hho vHltttl her broth many complimentary remarks and assure you that we will use our best energies to give you the latest styles and the very lowest prices. This department is now in charge of tr, .Mr. John W. Taylor nnd wlfo. Mr. nnd Mrs. Leslie Hoover nnd m.'y, of Mndlsonvllle, are tho guents of Mr. ltobert Hoover nnd family tlds week. There are many facts that favor Indian Runner bucks culture. They nro free from lice, roup, prnbby legs and other dlscnsos so common to chicken. ' They nro a mot profitable fowl especially for UiMr egg production. The) lay moro eggs In a year than any other fowl. They begin laying young, often six months old nnd lay nearly every day In tho year cxrept when molting. The gRS are large nnd whlto and demand a larger prlco on tho market than hen e'ggs In many places, Indian llunners nro finite hardy and ensy to raise, no scratching In the garden nnd no flying fnccsc. A two foot fence will bo sufficient to keep Uimii anywhere you want them they do not require water for swimming, but must hnvo plenty of drinking water nt all times. Their feathers are nno;licr item of Income1, through the summer, but plucking If continued diminishes the egi supply. If you want large eggs nnd plenty of them, If you want ducks of raro beauty that nrc robust and hardy If you want meat that is sweet, tender and Juicy, If you want to make n good round profit from n small lnvbtmcnt, try Indian Runner Ducks. In'-fo- re Doit Goods? CS SbSHBBBW. TV Jn.ffl Listen! irKta- - rVtfgA Ifetterfels. 1,) tV-r.- " Clothes llSaaBBBBBBBSSSSBBBVSBlBBBlBBBar I.mlks Homo Journal nihnnrCH to $2.19 Mny let. See Unrnnrd & Co. this week and rmew or extend. Ono year only Our shelves now gleam with bright, cheerful dress goods. Our colors are the Hogwallow Happenings. .1 Postmaster M. L, IIcurin returned last afternoon from Loullllo. nceompanled by Mrs. Hcnrln. Ho 1ms recently undergono a very Hevcro oner- atlon, nml his friends arc Blad to know of his speedy recovery. "Mr. J. M. Iglehenrt, the horse denier a of Centcrtown, paid tho KepuMlcnn cull Wednesday nnd had pome stock hills printed by our Job printing department. In nnothir column of this will also bo found his mlvertlwmcnt. DUNK BOTTS, Editor. (Hogwallow Kcntucktan.) Slim Pickens camo Into Hogwallow yesterday morning nnd after resting a while oil' tho front porch of the post-- off Ico ho bought a dime's north of stick candy. Cricket Hicks walked by and it, hesitated while ho was devouring but Slim would not ucognlzc him until the candy was all gone. Tho Dog Hill preacher requests us to nnnounco In his behnjf that all who Intend to hear him preach next Sunday" morning must walk across tho fields to Keep out of tho mud. Tobe Mosejey's attention isespcclnlly dlrecteel to this, as ho has been In the habit of breaking up the sermon every Sunday by waiting until he gets Inside tho church before his he begins to stomp the mud off feet. proper shades for the season. We keep the quality of our dress goods "upright;" we keep the prices "down-righ- t" low. Many merchants are careless about buying trimmings and buttons "to match;" we are careful. Ve take care that everything we sell shall please our customers. Ve remember when we make a sale that our customer will have many things to buy a whole life long. Mrs. Sara Collins Smith a lady whose ability for giving you always "the new" has never been questioned. Call and see her. She will be glad to see her old friends, and remember it pays to trade with a house that saves you I money. Jikx&Gb, Hartford Republican. FIUDAY, 3IAIICII 29. John J. WUllnni", u former Hart-fol- d boy, who for sccrul months has n lucrntlio position In Chlcngo held with tho Novelty Candy Co., has been transferred to the Memphis Tenn., whero ho has been given charge of tho the shipping office. Wo young man uron his meilted success Mr. Wnllneo Kllcy, tho ever pleasant manager of the Hartford Mill Co., this week leeched his diploma from a well his known veterinary tchool, showing certificate of graduation from that school Mr. Iilley Is to bo congratulated upon his splendid general average on his final examination, making SG per cent. Mr. of-fi- rel of Sour Pickles Don't forgot IUlay's Barbar Shop. In serial form in April Scrlbner's Mr. It. II. Mnrlln transacted business Magazine. Send your subscription for In Louisville this week. Scribner's Jo J. Ney Foster Magazine U. S. Cnrosn has Just, received a bar- - Agency, Hartford, Ky. 37tf s fine. John lox7 Jr., tho famous Kentucky writer and author of "Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come" and "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine" has written a new story, "The Heart of tho Hills," and l!at Smith, congenial and accommo dating proprietor of tho moonshine still on Musket lildge, has announced to his many customers and friends that hereafter ho will keep the front door of his place locked on Sunday, to comply with Constable. the request of tho Deputy For the convenience of his patrons, how ever, he will turn the rear end ot the building around facing the front on A lot CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. w M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. Let The Itopubllcan print your visiting 33tf or professional cards. L.UR time card rtfectlra Monday Mr. Marvin Bean Is able to be out Aug. 2l5t-Nafter several days Illness. 112 Horth Bound due 7:16 a. m. at New Swann Hats for young men daily except Sunday. p. m. rBarnard & Co's. Spring styles. No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Park are the proud dally except Sunday. No. IIS South Bound due 8:45 a. m-- parents of a fine girl that arrived dally except Sunday. No. IIS South Bound due 1:46 p m. Mr. H. N. Tate, of MadisonvllJe, transdally exoept Sunday. acted business here last week returning mfrr; : h. e. mischke Saturday. o. At Go to V. 8. Carson lor fresh gro- - eerie. Baseball anil otlur reliable sporting goods of all kinds at Cleve Iler'. Sm Mrs. S. A. Anderson returned to her yesterday after hit win? ..w display. Louisville home at her handsomely spending a few days hero with Beautiful Easter Cards mother and sister, Mrs. Ella Morton, designed and Illustrated, ran be purchasand Mrs. John G. Kcown. Ohio County Drug Co. ed forget the lecture at the Opera by Albert Edward Wig-gadliectlon of Hartford Colunder lege Lyceum Course. Don't House at "Good Housekeeping" Is one of the Just for remembrance why not send today. friends a beautiful Easter Portal moat popular lnagaataea ot yotir The price for one year da $1.50. Send Cord? See Ohio County Drue Co's. your order to J. Ney Porter Magatf zine Agency, Hartford, Ky. Hon. A. S. Bennett, secretary of the Mr. s. E. Duke. wlu, 8Uffcred.a stroke ..,..... ..... gaturdav mornlnir. re- Itejmbllcan Stole Central Committee, is ' . the truest ot hU father, Mr. W. G. Ben- con(U.lon. ttnJ nett. near town, this week. despaired. fKvery thine Pil- her fo AJU members of Hough River Lodge ble is being done for her by tlw family No. 110 Knights of Pythias, are urged to and physician, but to n6 avail, be present at tho resular inctlng next cook WHITE GlllL WANTED To Tuesday night, when tfiere will be inltla-- J and do general housework. Must be Good home In Ow- tion in the Uiird rank. steady and reliable. every Comb Buff ensboro. Ky., and good wages EGGS FOR SALE-Sln- gle week. Call or write The Hartford Rs- Orotniston CWckens, and Indian Runner Tiiirits. OrDlncton ecca 75 Cents per 15. . publican. Ladles of Section 2 of the Mctliodlst Duck eggs 75 cents per 13. at Church will give an entertainment MRS. C. A. WILSON, Dr. Beans ppera house next Friday night R. F. D. No. 1, Olaton, Ky. Mtf for the benefit of the new church. A Call at The Republican office for a lauirliahle mock trU, for breach of prim- and free sample copy of the Farmer younc UA , by ft ,,, ,- .- A ,. ... . . .... . . Rtfvknian. which we are otferlnewith win De uw iruiurc. ajwiw ww w fiyvu and music. The Republican one year each f . four roses or house plants for A proposition has been started to buy Papers free for the asking. the fair grounds at Hartford from the Mra. Bailie Bowden, who arrived here present owners and make a largo stock recently to take charge ot the millinery company ot Uie new concern and have a Over a department of Fair & Co., wu called to county fair here tlila year. her home at Leltchfitld tills week on thousand dollars have been subscribed of In Hartford and It Is the Intention to account of the dangerous Illness all over the counher mother and will nojt return here nave share-hollethis season. On this account, Mrs. Sara ty. The work Is being pushed by Mr. A. Collins Smith has been engaged to take c. Yeiser, and it Is to be hoped that a department and her trade can be made with the present charge of this many friends will be ejad to see her 'owners so, that f a fair can he held In . Hartford. , u..4.; " in Hartford atftln. (VW., v I J Albert Edward Wlggaw, who lectures the at the opera house tonight under auspices of Hattrord College Ljceuni b&it Course, Is considered one of the speakers on tho American platform. His lectures are drawn from the world sourc and staged with a Bclosoo finish that and sends a thrill through the heart awakens the incntaJ Inertia of his hearers. You should hear him tonight. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. A. Noffslnger left yes terday morning on the M. H. and E. for Hazard, Ky., where they will reside in the future, Mr. Kofblnger having purchased an Interest In two drug stores In tliat city. It has not been fully de cided by the management of the Hartfor Drug Co., whose business was managed do by Mr. Noffslnger, what fMey will with their stock. At present Mr. J. K. Bean is In charge of the store. We regret to lose these estimable people as citizens of Hartford. It takes hundreds of Individual parts of to make a modern telephone, each which Is of such importance as to cause the whole instrument to become useless or beepme broif any one Is defective ken in service. By using Cracraft-Lolc- h Telephones you can rest assured that the danger of a break down liaa bew the reduced to a minimum. This is telephone for your heavily loaded Unci'. No better telephones made. Transmission, unexcelled, For full Information call ou 37U A. E. Pate, Hartford, Ky. of folks would buy things If they UTa IIaaA fjkHJlsilIa IHWHW IHV9tt WMUI0UI.7 lislsa didn't cost so much. hours The train was again several this late in its arrival at .Tlckvllle week. The delay was caused by the con ductor having stopped a good while at a the station In his endeavor to learn words and music to the Hound Dawg Song. The spring term of school at the Wild within Onion School house will begin a short time, or Just as oon as he can complete the winter term. The , pupils of are all learning so fast itliat many them have had to buy larger hats. The Mall Carrier has a fully developed case ot small pox, and upon his arrival in Hoewallow yesterday a good sized crowd gathered at tho postotflce to extend him heir sympahy. This is the first case of this disease seen around here and the Mail Carrier la rapidly springing Into prominence. Yop to Attend Our Big Iff Mfllmery Opening AND Things are expected to get active around here as soon as thesnakes and fleas begin to arrive again. A rabbit was treed under the postotflce .Thursday morning and a good portion of the stock and fixtures had to be removed before the building could be raised high enough for Dock Hocks to crawl under. DISPLAY OF New Spring Goods SATURDAY t LJ ' SPRING MILLINERY Now on display You are invited (By Mrs. C. A. Wilson, Olaton. Ky.) The first home ot the Indian Runner Duck was in India, where they were ago originated about seventeen years and wero introduced into the . United States four years ago, later from England and have won great favor by their wonderful laying qualities together with of their delicate flavor and richness the egg. In appearance these ducks are very at tractive, and differ from the ordinary clumsy ducks in many respects, especialquite ly In their carriage, which Is "erect and the manner of running from .kj..l. ..... .1a tkAl nn.A In color they are light fawn and white. March 30. Incorporated. to inspect our Stock. II ' mm Street. Center arid Court fill ill Wi, i. Centertowii, Ky. ii . I. ., sim itWiilWIWPlWtW Inscriptions giving a biography of WONDERFUL JREASURES Of Ancient Egyptian Life in Chicago Museum. Boat Used 4500 Years Ago One of Most Cherished is Treasures. Egyptian "nil nt the I'leM Mineuni Iltor. Is Uic linunt of tlie ruminative Tho relics of the earliest civilization in crul-in- g recorded lilntory posstss a never and the fascination for the.iwblle, matter No leertcil. hall Is rarely the room 1ms a how largo the crow tomb-lik- e silence, for it is noteworthy that most of the sightseers come to nonder rather than to marvil. Visit mummy hours before the ors spend wondering cases, Ion In reflection, iorlil looked when the bow the a'il snnthed forms were lUIng men and women EcvMlon llnll Is the hall of retrospection. J, The most cherished treasure In the Is nn Egyptian boat that collection was in use VOO ycais ago. It Is one of the oldest fle boats known to clst and It was eniploed In nn Important in connection with funeral ceremony that the of the undents the belief trnored soul, after lca!ng the body, nn ethereal space while it would come The to fields, rlvcis and canal". craft looks as If it might have ferry boat which been the original on the Stx. Long operated Charon before Abtoham with his flocks roani-c- d the old boat the Chaldean plains was playing the Nile with Its cargo of dead. It was nn ancient craft nes beInterpreted Pharaoh's Joseph fore , dream of the seven fat klne and the seven lean klne, reeclUng tho appointment of governor over Ejjjpt in recognition of his si.rIcts. le yenis before tho days A thousand of the l:amese, a thousand jears before Moses led tho Israelites out of bondage, the old barge was ferrjing Ik fore the mummies acros tho Nile. siege of Troy, before Athens was civilization got Its XoundeU or Greek start, erochs before Home was built ctnturles before Cac-6and twenty-fiv- e placed Cleopatra on the throne of Egypt, the old boat, perhaps, had long been leaking in its scams and was nn abandoned hulk, rotting on the sands. Tho barge is so ancient that Its anAdmiral's son is Sued. extiquity Is perhaps most eloquently New York, March 23. Suit for abpressed by the pliarises of D. C. Davis, tod-isolute divorce was brought here recorder of the museum: "It's fright- by Mrs. Lucy Dahlgren against Dreel fully cVtf; appallingly antique." Eric B. Dahlgren, son of Hear Admlr.il The boat It is known throughout. Dahlgren, of Civil War fame. The plain the museum as "the boat" was ex- tiff charges that her husband committed cavated with four others near the a statutory offense with on unnamd Dasliur pyramids, twenty miles from correspondent In this city. Mr. and Mrs. miles from the pres- Dahlgren were married lnlfcSOand have Cairo and eight of eight children. Mrs. Dahlgren Is a niece ent banks of tho Nile. It is built enters of John It. Dreel, of Philadelphia. Cedar and nothing but wood although the Mr. Dahlgren Is a member of many Its' construction, Into museum has placed iron bands around prominent New York clubs. He declined the hull to keep the boards in place. to discuss the suit today. 'Wooden pegs of tho double dovetail type hold the bargo together. At the Many Driven from Home. of the left side In the stern of the boat is Every year, in many parts the wide oar with which it was eteer-e- country, thousands are driven from their diseases. and on the bows is a btrlp that homes by coughs and lung etlll retains paint, a witness to the Friends and business are left behind but this is costly efficiency of tho pigment miters of for other climates, way those days. The length of the craft is and not always sure. A better Dr. thirty-on- e intho way of multitudes is to use lt feet nine and ches, its width Is eight feet and its King's New Discovery and euro yourdepth four feet. A few ais ago nn self at home. Stay right there, with officer in tho United States navy spent your friends, and take this safo medifind several dajs making measurements of cine. Throat nnd lung troubles pronounced He the boat. its lines quick relief and health returns. Its perfect. The relic dates to tho twelfth help Is coughs, colds, grip, croup.whoop-Ingcoug- h and sore lungs make it a posEgyp dynasty, when flrtt developed Into a mighty power, when hereditary itive blessing. tOc and II. W. Trial botdrugby all vvero vanquished, tle free. Guaranteed foes in Ethiopia m when Thcbob beenmo the chief city ot gists, the Egptlan einphe, the aits and When you get ready for Magazines of fceience flouilshed and largo woiUh any kind call on J. Ney Foster Magawere undertaken for the storage of tho Catalog zine Agency, Hartford, Ky., Nile waters, such as tho building of gladly bent upon request. Silt ancient Sloeris In tho EaJyum. ar d, one-ha- ancient, hut even more interof Its inscriptions, esting on account sarcophagus from MemN a granite phis dating from the seventh century It C. The sculptures on the outsldo nro formed of vertical column In panel containing mortuary Inscriptions of l'anils nt tho head and foot nmtnin figures of lsis nnd Nephthys tho sides nre figures of nml along mortuary genii. sarcophagus is now being A larger Installed. It was recently scoured In E. Acr, and bv by Edward Cairo archaeologists It Is regarded as a mast Inside nnd outpromising acquisition. with Inscriptions, It Is covered sldo hnvo Hillings been taken of which nnd submitted to the Egyptologists at tho University of Chicago for deciphering. exof mummies Is The collection One of the mummies Is that tensive. named Egjptlan gentlewoman of nn Tcnat, who lived In Thebes In tho tenth century V. C.j another is that of n woman named ears or so bewho lived a thousand Cleopatra was born. In tho wnll fore alcases nre mummies of cats, dogs, ligators, hnvvks and other animals nnd In ancient birds held In reverence Egypt. Alabaster vases used In f uncial In tho colnro numerous ceremonies also contains a notnblo lection, which exhibit of stone vessels. N Ono of these, nn unfinished one, the most valued, member of the cola core. The lection. It contained apparently broken Ills workman had the unfinished abandoned tools and vase, which now is of greater value finished than any of tho exquisitely It demonstrates tho vessels, because method by which stones wcio fashioned Into Jars and Jugs, urns and bowls. A core was taken out, and the tho Inside and nrtlsan then scraped of tho stone until It was tho outside worn to such a thinness that it Is alIn most transparent. A candle placed the stone vases can bo seen shining through the stone shell. stone, from A cast of tho Eosotta learned the key which Champolllon atto the hIeroglphlcs, attacks much Before tho Itosetta stone was tention. found duilng tho last century the Inon the monuments could scriptions The Uosetta stone, not be deciphered. Inhowever, had thrco Interlinear scriptions, one in Egpt!an hlerogljphlcs nnd another In curslvo characters and a third In Greek and from the of tho two names "Cleopatra" derived and "Ptolemy" Champolllon his key to tliu lore of tho Egyptians. Arthur M. Evans In Eccord Herald. Le Directory County OHio yavjsssr.osrji. Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law IIARTKOKD, KY. 4 House Plants Free liouso nnor. plants to give away absolutely free to every fanner's wife in this section. These plants consist of: 1 Wo hnvo four beautiful Mrs. Lawson Carnation I 1 1 Geranium Flowering Begonia Boston iFern By special arrangement with the Fanner and Stockman of St. Louis, we can offer The Hartford Republican, one year; The Farmer and Stockman one year, both for $1.25, and give these four house plants postage paid absolutely free. Circuit Court-- T. F. Blrkhead, Judge; Ben V. Itlngo, Attorney; W. V. Mldklff, Jailer; E. a. Barrass, Clerk; K. L. Felix, Master Commlsloner; It. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund; T. II. Mack, Sheriff, Hartford, Deputies 8, O. Kcown an Ulack. Court convenes first Monday In February and continues three weeks; third Monday In April, tvvowciks second Monday In June, thrco weeks; third Monday in October two weeks. County Court. It. It. Wedding, Judge; W. 8. Tlnsley, Clerk, C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday In each month. on Quarterly Quniterly Court-Beg- ins the fourth Monday In February. May. August aha November. Court of Claims Convenes first Tuasi day In January and first Tuesday In October. Other County Officer C. S. Moifley, Surveor, 1 ordsvllle, Ky., It. F. D. No. it; Bernurd Felix .Assessor, Hurt-forKy.. It. F. D. No. 2: Henry Lhik.1i. Superintendent, Dr. A. U. Hartford: Uliey, Coroner, Hurtrord. JUSTICES' COUIITS. d. Will praotico UIb precession In this and adjoining counties. ComninrelaJJ and Criminal 1'rnctico a Specialty. Barnes Mipsns. iKtrttKTiJiiji & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. feir tilio Smith C. V. II. Uarnn ami Smith announou that itluiy liavo C ifonm-- a eoincntl irvaC' The Farmer and Stockman guarantees these plants to be in growing condition when they reach you. They will be mailed direct from the ilorists' green house to our subscribers, all charges piepaid. Wo are only allotted a few hundred of these plants. Therefore, we urge you to take advantage of our offer at once if you want this collection. It will doubtless take only a short time for us to give away our entire allotment. Fill out the coupon now, before it is too late, and mail it or send it to us with S1.25 todaj. USE THISICOUPON. 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.J My Name is My Address is Monday In September, Tuesday aftr Monday In December, E. foeott, Ciouiwcll, Wedncday nfter Monday in March, Wednesduy after Monday in June, Wednesday nfter Monday In September, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December. John II. Miles, llocleport, Friday nfter 3rd Monday In March, Friday after , -- . -- .u..uuj uuuv, jril Monday In biptembor, i'uimy artier 3rd Friday after Monday In December. ,J.' ,Jekson, Centcrtovvn, Saturday 3rd after V Monday In Murch. Saturday f ter 3rd Monday In June, Suturduy after 3rd Monduy In September, Suturday after 3rd Monday In December. ,,u ,Cok, Tuseday an , Monday In llenfrow, Tuesday nfter Maich, after .'nd Monduy In May, after 3rd Monday In August. 'Tuesday after 2nd Monduy In November. ' Olnton, Wednesday nrt?r"l"S second JlonUi) in NVedncMuy after Ind Monday In.Mann. My ednesdny after 3rd Monday In Vedivcsday after llnd Monduy In August Novcm3rd 3rd O. 3rd 3rd 3rd n. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd .Monday In March, Tuesday utter 3rd iMomluy In June, T iiesilf after t!ce of law, oxcpt cuinilnal and dlwr coses, Mr. Smith lnvlug County Attorney Is prwvciitctl frojn practitclnR eucbJ ccvisuj. Mr. Ikirius will lndlvlclually In accijt nicli pr.tctiocL Hnrtforel JUpubl!can bullillng, Hartford, Ky. Off-Icvs Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In Ohli and ndjnlnlng counties and In tho Court ot Appeals. Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty. Office In the Her. aid bulldlncr. FRANK L.FELIX, Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KY. J YANCYL.MOSLEY, SS da? May i'n" g .Mnn,h.1Y"0iVj!n.I"1' SStH "er TMy & Ind Will practice his profession In all th Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. AIo No tary Public Office over First National Bank. rl"Uy Nov ember.1' "'" John :,lU il0'- -, I HAETFOHD I'OLICK COUIIT. U. m?;. Mv'..Cro"e' JUt'Ko. Wilson.' KILLthe and WITH CURE the LUNC8 cough uror r m.V,i"T:. .W.-?- - Vrfe"-- ' "' William.. Major;! . Treas- 'V - n16ai,,OODr.T0,:kH:;yfIc"r,-,,,;rrUW- t Oi.' " L'1". ItELIGIOUS E. P. Moore. Dr. King's New Discovery Trial Bottle Fret AMD ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. K h -- .. ... " SEltVICES. I -- wyvno OLDS taoAzioa. PBICK New or Old Subscriber? ces o.?f E' Church monrlng Sav rV6n'"if "ery. rlrsc n'"1 third e.a.cl1 mt""h. Sunday fechool S.tS Jn Prut'.r '"eetlng every Wednos-da- y evening. Ecv. T. V. Joiner, pastor ""I't'st Cliurch-Servi- ccs every Sunday mornng and evening. Sunday School South-Servi- GUARANTEED SATISFAOTO&Yl OS MONEY REFUNDED. Adrress all Orders to hie u Christian Church-Servi- ces every fourth m' ana ,?na.V,a " a' m' EWer7 w- - '" Sunelu ' WP "' Wr'ghi pastor. C. p! Church-Servi- ces first Sunday In each month at 11 . m. und 7 v in Sunday Scool U:C. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HART ORD, Ohio County Y. All Matters Given Prompt Atten- HARTFORD, KY. can do as well as this lady has and been sung for a great many years possibly make more than she now does It Is said, In the , region of its origin. and have duties much less ardous. It promises to play nn Important "Another lady has sold 0,040 eggs nt part In the national campaign. Fol$3 per 100 for netting jiurposis. It is lowing are really the words: work she delights In. If misfortune Every time I come to town should come, she has fitted herself so The boys keep my dawgaroun." she can keep right on. Surely the liens Makes no difference if lie IS a houn'. help out. They got klckln' my dawg aroun'. nice "The person who can produce poultry and fresh eggs will find steady Sambo, lay that banjo down. demand at profitable prices for all You good for nothln' trlflln' houn. years to come. All that Is necessary Makes no difference If ho Is n houn'. will be to get In lino for one or mire You got klckln' my dawg aroun'. branches of tho poultry business, and Every time I go to school then conduct the combination on the Tho teacher lams me with a rule; plan that has been same buslness-llk- o Makes no difference If I am a fool, successful with otheis, mid the limit She's got lammln' me with a rule. of profit Is bounded only by one's time, strength nnd ability. Women whonojd Sift the meal an' save tho bran, money, diversion from sorrow or anx You can't grow taters in Bandy Ian', ious care, and boys or girls who idle Makes no difference If he is a houn. away time upon tho streets or In ques- You got klckln' my dawg aroun'. poultry-raisin- g tionable company, will find g source of com- My dawg Drum Is n good ol houn', a forting deviation or Innocent pastime, Trails tho 'possum on the driest groun'. as well as a financial reward for time Makes no difference If ho Is a houn'. klckln" my dawg aroun'. and effort given these blight little You got never-fallin- SECItET SOCIETIES. tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS Hartford Lodge No. 675. F. A meets first and third Monday night MIn SPECIALTY. each month. Owen Hunter. V. M, U P. Foreman .Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. meets every third Saturday night M.. In OTTO C. UAllTl.N S. 1. McKKN.SKJ Hartford Chapter No. St, O. meets second and fourth Monday E. S. even' S. A. Anderson, W. M. Miss Lizzie Miller Secretary. , 1Uvep. LodKe No- no- - Knights of lythlas, meets every -Tuesday St'iL1 s.arIck' Hartford' Tent No. , K. O. T. M.. Sf.?VV,e.ry-.f,,ran? thlr(1 Thursday t. Commander; L. I. Foreman, Itecord Keeper. Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T M meets every first and third Friday night hi each month. Mrs. Attye Griffln.uTdy nelleton. 'Lady KorTKperf"- - 'nS.Mr.. Martin & McKeimey Hartford, Ky. c-c- "?: General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. -- &Sr ' rfoNu0rthV,d0ay0uhtn,ee,t " Secrc-tary.- It. it; Tutey Mi,, "" .laa- month. Ellis Fos- A" El 1,ale- iucord;U.ClK'm- Wilcf of Hartford Camp. W. O. W. No. 20 meets every second and fourth n0."'!!' Cow,uI Command ' uuun,"J -- 'er". W. C. Wallace; rreston Morton Post No. 4. a A. n ?hid"f?,K,Vl,ar.,n."eVnf Saturdoy befor ui ncn Mill., Commander; J. M. Roieri. Z. T.ew " ,"eona, "" each " - lmP- - "urth Urana order Rd Wedns.-da- y 8K,Un"h j T' Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else folk. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. P A. S. of B. National Officers: President-- M. F. Sharp. Narrows. Ky Vice Presldent-- J. M. Woods. 3 i. 0f Aump la- dlanapohsrind. niaie uincers: county vice PresIdenC Treas1' ilobert,00 McLean county, Scc- . . O. P Tli.m coun,y' H,ale " Tr Organized. "-- k it the best ov rcLWff !ffiftHVK" AND STOMACH TROUBLE a druggist's counter. medicine ever sail creatures. Another rcmaikuble relic Is a cut leather corset or npron that was voru ly a prlet-- t nt TliebcH In the sisteinth century U. C. It was usod during cut ceremonies hi the timplo and is from leather. Tho npron in tho Field Museum one and another similar found with It nre the oujy known extant, of sueh leather work which and the exquUlto nicety with the ancient Egjptluus worked In was unknown to archaeologists until the discovery of tho two specilei-ther mens. tho centuries befoie tho falso door of tho nobleman of the tomb was erected in tho cemetery of MemNow, forty-fiv- e phis. centuries Jater, It is one of tho pilieless treasures of the Fltild Museum. The ancient Egyptians put up the bo fulso doors on the east sides of masonry tombs or within on tho inside, the bethe chapel-roolief being that through this door the spirit of the dead could communicate with the living. The doorway la sculp-jturc- d with figures pi deities and with Twenty-si- x Christian era Unls-Onek- h "Somo tlmo ago a party bald to me: 'Chicken raising Is nothing but n fad.' For Infant and Children. Even to, it docs ono good to hnvo a How Hens Can Help Out. hobby to rldo If "they only get tlieie.' It Thi Kind You Havi Always Bwfctt In tho poultiy raising ilepartment of pays to rldo a wifo hobby. There Is a icetnt Issue of Kurni nnd Flresldo nothing moio profitable than tho Bears the 'fan a contilbutor writes as follows: cy fowl fad. surely the hens help Signature of "That boy of jours may be a good out." boy as tho ordinary run of boys goes. When you want Job printing dam?, A boy Is not naturally bad, but his as. You Judge a man not by what he pram IUipubUcau don't forget that The soehitlons and environments often leuds Iscs to do, but by what ho has elono. does cla&y mwk, and tho prtoasare to his downfall. Thoso remaiks aro Is tho only truo test. ChamberThat reasonable 27U by watching u youngster who lain's Cough Itemedy Judged by this parents bought for him nn old lien standard has no superior, Peoplo everyUncle Ezra Says. with fifteen chickens. With keen do- - where speak of It in the highest terms "It don't take muro'n a gill uv effort light mid rebounding energy that boy oi praise, i or saw vy all cieaiers. m to git folks Into a peck of trouble" an 1 U In tho chicken business. Ills brood a little neglect of constipation, bullous-nes- s Is his capital. Ho Is too have all he indigestion or other liver derange-nfomakes. Tho small flock of chickens will do the same. If oiling, take FOR FLETCHER'S keeps him off tho street. Po let tho Dr. King's New Life Pills for quick Ikih havu all the chickens they results. Easy, safe, sure, and only S1 want. cent at all druggists. m The Houn' Dawg Song. "It mny bo tho turning point In their song, sung at Tho "Houn' Dawg" llviu, ami qualities of thrift may ho convention, has Missouri BOOKKEEPING cultivated that will bo tho stepping-ston- es tho recent In nation wide attention, to a successful business career. attracted TYPEVRITINGisy. I know a widow whose source ot In- spite of the fact that it is nonsense TELEGRAPHY very reason. come Is largely from a flock of hem. or perhaps for tnat EISCILIEIE Good tare and management make for It is void to have originated In the Through It has d mountains. egg basket. Tho fluid Oark her a come to public notice, it has Is big and wide. Many another woman Just CASTOR A I Bn (&&ZZ&&&U in Chliaran Cry uoard of Directors. Ben Watson, Warren county; C. M. Barnett. Ohlo'coun-ty- , A. H. Brooks. Bracken county; It. E. ?y,i I,nruln county, and J. F. Doss, Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officers: 8. U Stevens, Pres., Beaver Henry Plrtle. Sec. Hartford. Pam,Ky. Ky. D. Ford. Treas., Hartford. Ky. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach. Chairman, Hartford.Ky. 1. L. B. Tlchenor, Hartford, R, F. D. No. 5. 2. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. M. 8. l'atterson, Olaton, Ky. 4. 11. L. Alford. White Run. Ky. J. Hlchard Plumer, Taylor Mlnes.Kjr. o. J. L. Brown, Rockport. Ky. """"' ' tie aSv'tUli re"r.r.ountZ!- - "Li h"; " organizers.' " "" r SUCKM-- I SEEDS' MM SUCCaWI Mnianant MiitAmas ,n I ii7r:."-",IBIWb 1 DMnOUI I DBIU. SPECIAL OFFER: TtUU to V.IU Mw amtlmtm. AtrUlWUl" fsiUw--ti I ttat j M Mt-HWri- a UAaUllTCEsl T IHIieflltctUiB . . w tntstss TDU onr aOSSl r.l.lL'.l "-- -- WrM t4my; Mtmkm Ihla Pmt. ' "JVAHsrL TsjnUcftiaaU. " HH. l " mtw ........... niii sini M i- wkluain min UU iilMtl. -- mm B.uk-..l fsntiw, vmwtmmr : m bi elst lINnWHTt, PHMWU iHi UJ VU.i mmimmmtr i . mui tui toe, m JMtiiijiii. fat-uiL ViT A NB , TO mjyjyjyjyj CENTS W.IMSSH, f "rattAm , nt CASTORI A V&h MHO, "PosrOAS' QUVZ A. Wr'Wfe?''& 7Mei TefcVWAx ar?Artm. .. 9wff Vnu&jailT SZfi7ZX OA .UNTtFUL' ?A 'GnBe&3a4neJj '&& -- Gwy. well-fille- etGTUMWV' c& t -- . ' Mrmiinn x MAN V.AND Buffalo, authorSOIL. Sense THE ol the Common Sketch of Bob Moseley Kentucky Pierce ol Dr. It. Medical Adviser, nj "why docs not the farmer treat hit own in land cultivates. He he Pioneer Who Lived in Ohio County body aswhat treats the out inhecrops, or the land puts hackrow poor. would he takes phate phos- Tlio Kind You Ilnvo Always Bought, and which lins been in uso lor over au yenrs, Ims homo tho filirnnturo of nna luiH heen mndo under his sonnl supervision slnco Its Infancy. Allow no nun ttnlorrlvnvmi In riila. All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd"Ju.stns-gond"nr- o lint Kxpcrimontrt tlmt trlflo with nud endanger tho health of Infants mid Children Experience against Experiment. Zs. pcr-TZjAjf- ,),. (By I. II. NAM..) It you hno ever nail "ilia hkcicii you Hook of Geoff icy Cniyon, dent." perhnps tlld not pnss over tlio "IJarly of Ralph IllnRWood," told In Ills 1110U delightful wny by Washing- tho ton Irvlnif. Tho scene Is lnld In hack woods of Kentucky In tho lower Oreon I!ler section leforo thero were Unci well citahlMied, hut, with- out question, In what Is now tho Conn- Ity of Ohio. ro A nnynnril joiitli, (hnft.il by tlio strnlnts of a testy old uncle, left his widowed father's homo In Virginia and cast his lot nnmng tho hardy pioneer hun teis and trappers In 'these western wilds Ilut It Is related of them that nftcr tho labors of tho hunt were over thco widewould ly scattered cnmpiot 13 brought together at one of tho settlements, where tlirro were a few houses on which occasions they enjoyed n few days of festh lilts such ns feastlntf and deer-slaye- I Cr.storla Is a harmless Bithstituto for Castor Oil, Pare-gorlDrops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Plrnsmit. It contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor other Narcotic Militttuiicc. Its ntro is its guarantee. It destroys Worms mid allays Forcrlshncss. It cures Diarrhoea, and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation imd Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach mid Dowels, giving healthy nud natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho mother's Friend. c, - What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signaturo of ALWAYS dancing. One of the"to took place at Hob 'Moic-ley- 's cm the "Pigeon Koost Fork of the Muddy, which Is a branch of Hough of Gicen Creek, which Is a branch Itlvcr." It It not tho purpose to tell tho story pf this mcctlni: at Hob Mo'elcy's on the I'lgen Itooost Fork, for. Is It not written In tho aforesaid "Sketch Book." Hob,'' It Is of Hob Moseley, "L'nclo himself, I would extend the description tho beyond the limits undertaken by distinguished author. J'or It Is duo to the pioneer habits of my ancestors that I wns placed In position to know more about the character than the author himself who got the woof of his story from the real llalph, after he beenmo Governor of Florida and wns visiting In New York. Hartford, ono mile from Hob Mosoley's homo was my native town, nnd I reincm ber the place nnd Its owner and always Into with that delight aro summoned memory's view what lias most pleased us In childhood. tho Tho house sat back a pace from posts public road nnd two largo oak wero the only sentinels at tho entrance gate. These wero over grown with the Ivy, and. It It was In the fall, flung out a banner of salmon nnd red which challenged our admlrntlon If It did not fill you with fenr. Tho fencing along tho with road was of rails, grown rank Kntcrlng wc aro In hazel and bramble. tho nildht of a grovo of Immense wal this nut trees something unusual In A country of oak and beech forests. sprinkle of blucgrass added Its mlto In natures effort to plcturo In this expanse of freestone soil somo glimpses of the famous bluegrass region, but Jiow the seed should bate got there to curly Is hard to say. There wero several acres of this grovo ot walnuts with now and then a chestglossy nut tree Its fruit bursting in richness from spiny burs nnd shattering on tho ground. Wliat a Joy to gather nuts In Uncle Hob's lawn. And how were welcome all "good" little boys this made. What trips we made to haven of delight, hulling tho walnuts until stained from head to foot with tho bronny sap. What fun hauling the nuts waghomo In our rudo little home-mad- e a on. Across tills lawn wo como to picket fence, a wicket gate and within an old fashioned flower garden, in June gorgeous of color, and, oven otter frost red and brown with seedpod and berry A and fragrant with Chrlsanthemum. path led through theso to tho door of Pigeon "Bob Mosolej's.'' homo on tho Uooat Kork of tho Muddy. It was a plain story and a half dwell-Inwith ono largo room below and n smaller stairway leading up to two ones above. An extension In JUo rear gao a dining room and further n,long wero tho servant's quaiters, etc. Shade tho trees and fruit trees cmbowcrod house until only a glimpse wero to be had ot gable and roof as ono approached it. As thero was no attempt at'nrchl teeturul beuuty or ornamentation wo may well let tho friendly treo blend In October sunshluo a screen to hldowhat might offend tho cyo and instead, present a pleasing aspect at laBt, A fine trees gulden orchard lay on tho left-I- ts with rlpo fruit Its fence corners bright pr reddenwith tho coral bitter-sweed with tho ruddy poke berries. A flock of speckled guineas run chattering Ilko chlldien turned loose from school, and hide in the weeds, sure tltpugh tluxt thoy have fully mado known your approach. Tho Interior of tho pluln dwelling Is a plainly furnished a bed, a table, books, and a few clialrs. A'ou are struck with the smooth, lutrd ash floor, tho tho boards hand sawed, as was manner In eaiily days. This ,was a feature of tho liomos of early times. Thero was ever a kindly welcome to visitors and wjien I recall it, a hospitality as genuine as it was open. Hero I wish to correct an Impression tlmt Mr. Irvine's 8ketoh may leave Mr. Moseley was not a rollicking fellow, but a refined, snOcnujnly man, ,who could play tho violin remarkably well. Hut lw main tajned a home ot dignified reppoctabUlty sr cup-boar- The KM TMI 2L&&& In Use For Over CINTtUR eOMMNTt TT MURRAV TfttT You Have Always Bought 30 J Years, etTT. NKW VOHR POSITIONS GUARANTEED If GUARANTEE many Wo WE will us roal soon.soon asnooda get mora supply the onormous demand at once to we required you position you 80 tbe for our graduates. As number of students this offer will be withdrawn. write at onco for particulars. OEO. V. HC1IWAHT7. 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I1q loved children and .they never left his premises without a supply of fruit, orbs, nuts or bum. Ills fnrm was tilled by his few Hjnvet nnd Bivo ample for eery need. He was a widower when I first know him, nnd nn to say that I knew him costs mo three-scor- e acknowledgement of over nearly a yenrsj and tank- mo back before our civil war. scoio of rs Mr. Moseley was a pioneer In the Importation of Improved farm Implements In nud live stocl'. With ono onecdoto this sketch wljl be this connection brounht to a close. It was about 1S.VJ or IV, I he had bought sheep a pair or a trio of Southdown and on their nrrlval In town, of roure, to everybody gathered on the streets pass Judgment on the merits of tho stock. Thcio bad come to our town a g family of Jews, very clever and people, too, but they were from as Amsterdam nnd were spoken ot "Dutch." Their leader was Henry Small who had a way ot passing his Jokes an,i ji,cs around pretty recklessly nud no ono enjojod moio than Uncle Henry If he could get tho laugh on tho other fellow, but he didn't like It at all if the Joke wns turned on him. "Uncle Hob I want to usk you n ques at tho sheep tion," said this looker-o- n show. Well," said Moseley. be Can you toll mo tho difference tween a Southdown rum and a rani down South?'' triumphantly called out . Mr. Small. "The same difference," said tho ready wltted farmer, "that there Is between an Amsteidam Dutchman and any other d n Dutchman." A roar of laughter completely squelched Mr. "Dutchman." Theio are a few living now who remember tlio subject of this sketch, but this I urn sure If ono of them reads this It will kindlo his recollection of roputublo old Kentucky farmer, who livthe ed on tho "PJgeon Jtoost Fork ot Muddy,"away back in tho forepart of tho last century not as a rollicking fiddler, ns Mr. Irving would hawo us suppose, but as a quiet gentleman, a progressive husbandman and alt round good sum-coun- ty ye-ienter-prisin- The farmer should put hack into his body the vital elements induced by some chronic exhausted by labor, or by di.natr ." Further, lie n vs. " the dreat value of my Doctor It gives strength Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is in its vitalizing power. It is like the phosphates which supply lo the stomach and purity to the blood. action of nature with the substances that build up the crops. The is due to its effect on the stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition. DisA bilious spell eases that begin in the stomach aro cured through the stomach. d is simply the result of on effort made by the liver to catch up when I have found the Discovery ' to be unsurpassed as a liver regand exhausted. ulator and rich Miss Lurrtr. Kxisnr.v of I'crtlt, Kansas, snys: "I will hero ndd my tMtlmony of tho ctTcctlVPiips of your remedy upon myeolf. I wns troubled with Indigestion for two vc.im or morn. Doctoral with thrco dlfforont doctors lolilr"( taklnir niinicr- ' stomlich cures' hut rocclvevl no permanent relief. I was run 1111s kinds of down, rnuld not sloop at nltrlit with tho pnln In my cho9t. caused by gas on tho stomach. Wns weak, could cat scarcely anythlim itlthntiBli I was hungry nearly all tho tlmo Altout 0110 year and a half n(to 1 bosrnn taking jour floldon Medical Hiscoj rry,' and after having taken suvoral bottles am nearly ctireii of stomach trouble i;an now cat, without, uiir's- nnu navo giuucti uucon pnuuus in wriwiu I thank you for your remedy and wish you all success lu your good work." oer-workeblood-maker- Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery GILLESPIE BROS. W.H.& J. F.GILLESPIE Proprietors HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned i Pressed 6 LACKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, - Ky. delivered. Club month. rate $1.00 per Blifti, C. A. Hartford Pressing Y. M. BLDO., HARTFORD, KY. JAMES & CO., Pirst Class Liveryman Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, publican State Central Committee of Kentucky now directs that a State Convention of delegated representatives of Tarty of Kentucky bo tho Republican held In tho City of Louisville, Kentucky, at one o'clock p. m. standard time, on Wednesday, the tenth day of April, 1912, for the purpose of electing four delegates from the State ot Kentucky at large, and four alternate delegates at large to the National Convention of the Republican Party to bo held In Chica1912, go, Illinois, on Tuesday, June IS, and for tho purpose of nominating two electors from said State at large, to bo voted for at the election to be held November 5, 1912. The delegates to sold State Convention to be held In the County Seat In standard each County ut one o'clock, tho time, on April C, 1912, except in counties of Bell, Boyd, Campbell and Kenton, In which counties said convenot tions shall be held In the cities Mlddlesboro, Ashland, Newport and Covington respectively, and provided that' In Jefferson County said mass convention shall be held In each of tho wards of tho City ot Louisville, and for the county outside tho limits ot said vlty. which later meeting may be held In said city. One delegate shall bo elected for fractfon each ono hundred votes ot thereof, amounting to fifty or over, cast such for tho Republican electors In In county at the Presidential election 190$. The form of voting at said county or ward mass Convention shall bo by ballot In each county In which tho county committee provides for the elec tion 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 tho same officers who conduct tho election of county committeeman In counties which do not elect cunty coommltteo by ballot the form of voting for such delegates shall bo viva voce. Tho Republican Congressional District Committee of cuch Congressional district as now constituted, will, as directed, by National the call ot the Ropubllcun Committee, meet and direct the holding of a congressional district convention In such .district for tho purpose ot electing two district delegates and two alternates to said National Convention, and to said committee Is hereby directed provide In Its call for tho election ot ono member ot tho State Central Com mittee and for the nomination of one elector, to be voted for at said Nation al Election. And It Is hereby recommended that the delegates tt sold district conven tion be elected at the same time and In the same manner as the delegates to said State Convention. Said State Central Committee further directs that except as hereinafter provided, In each and every county the now members of the Republican County Coin mlttee shall be elected by precinct meetings, which precinct meetings shall be held at 2 o'clock p. m., standard time, on Saturday, May 4, 1912, In the manner prescribed In Rule 2nd ot Rules of the Republican Organization of Kentucky; except, however, that in each county in which county committee determines that commitsuch members ot such county tee shall bo elected by county or ward convenmass conventions, such mass at tions shall be held in such county the same time and place at which delegates are elected to said State Con6, on Saturday, April vention, at one o'clock p. M. standard ,tlme. The number of delegates to said State Convention apportioned to each ot the various counties of Kentucky, Is as fol' lows: to-w- 1 pcc"w TION, coverin every field of the world's thought, action and culture. 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His grove of walnut trees lias fal for len to tho green of the lumberman hardwood. The little turf of bluegrass by has long been turned nnd blighted successive crops of tobacco. Tho oasis In tho desert Is gone. How did It como there? In mythology w 0 read of ono of tho goebj wjvo was powerful enough to selao mountains and throw them at intruders. May wo not conjure somo vulean also among tlie'm so ponderous that, when they came to fashion the beautiful bluegrass country, he might chisel the foundation from tho further liard gray limestone? Jlut a stretch of cur already kindled Imagination and we have U10 spalls flying from the strokes of tho giant's sledge alighting here and thero nnd disintegrating after unnumbered ages? Thus let our fancy account for these .spots of and walnut trees now destroyed and to bo remembered, like tho good souls associated with them, only in tho scraps of narration which slinll bo writ ten heio and Uiero to bo revived when this country shall produce a Scott or a Dickens, who shall wcavo Ahem into talo generations futuro so Btaitllng that will weep und laugh and thrill over tho wo simple annals of our pioneers as weep und laugh and thrill over tho deed of tho Highlandeis or tlio fisherman of tho Thames. Ion of tho pioneer bluo-grass The men Who Succeed. are As heads of largo enterprises today, men of great energy. Success, demands health. To all Is to fall. It's utter folly for a man to enduroa weak, when holt allvo condition Electric Dltters will put him right on his feet in short order. "Four bottles did mo more real good than any other medlcino I ever took," writes Clios. B. of Allen, Sylvanla, Oa. "After years suffering with rheumatism, liver trouderanged ble, stomach disorders and kidneys, I am again thanks to Ccctrlc Try thorn. Hitters, sound and well." in Only CO cents at all druggists. run-dow- l!AiiJ!MJ i,HEraBa5Bft .fc bndmndaLl Tram Maims Anroas qulcklr ascertain our opiulou rreewneiner an luveiulon s probably pitaiitshbA Couimunlca-tlou- s strictly oonadetituL.HAMMM oa ("ateuti Batsuts. sent fre. Oldest agency f or I'ateuts takeu tbrouen Muna hXo. reoatu sjuetol notut, wunow eeanie, w see a ssndlne a sketch and description may CoavnraHTa DCWaNt Official Call for Republican State Coaveation, 1912. Louisville, Ky., Feb. U, 1912. To tlio Ilepubltcan Electors of Kentucky: In accordance with established custom and In obedience to tho rules governing Kentho Republican Organization of tucky, and tlio official call of tho Ro- publican National Committee, the Re- - MrttlvUk WatkUeM tovtt limtA m,HV and ejtt I totnl. ExeUsIttly. BmHwm tl .WrtUioreomwuss awasa UsMk sstast, aaar kfr Md UfrtHMMst PrutlM Kn.i..B...n. .. - sr(n; -- . 1 A handsomelt Mustraiad weekly. culatlou of any acleutlde louruaj, Tarnii, H a tear, four months, L stoiaballriswad&alars. SckMif ic Awgm. tt. Anderson, 10; Bat-lai- a, Bath, 15; Bell, 23; Barren, Boone, 'B; Bourbon, ZS; Boyd, 29; Boyle, 15; .Bracken. 11; Breathitt, 16; Brecken-rldg''26; Bullitt, 7; Butler, 23; Caldwell, 15; Cajloway, 8; Campbell, 70; Carlisle, 5; Carroll, 5; Carter, 20; Casey, 19; Christian, 46; Clark, 19; Clay, 20; Clinton, 11; Crittenden, 17; Cumberland, 12; Daviess, Estill, 13; 39; Edmonson, 13; Elliot, 6; 16; Fayette, 47; Fleming, 20; Floyd, 3; Franklin, 16; Fulton, 6; Gallatin, Garrard, 16; Grant, 11; Graves, 17; Grayson, 24;Green, 13; Greenup, 21; Hancock, 11; Hardin, 19; Harlan, 11; Harrison, 16; Hart, 20; Henderson, 23; Henry, 7; Hopkins, 23; Jackson, 14; Hickman, 13; John19; Jefferson, 272; Jessamine, son, 23; Kenton, CI; Knott, 6; Knox, t&; Larue, 10; Laurel, 26; Lawrence, 21; Lee, 12; Leslie, 14; Letcher, 12; LewU, 10; Logan, 25; Lincoln, 19; Livingston, 16; 23; Lyon, 8; Madison, 32; Magoffin, 10; Marlon, 13; Marshall, 12; Martin, Mason, 21; McCracken, 30; McLean, U; f, Meade, 9; Menifee, D; Mercer, 16; S3; 13; Monroe, 19; Montgomery, Morgan, 11; Muhlcnburg, 31; Nolson, 11; Nicholas, 11; Ohio, 33; Oldham, 6; Owen, 13; 7; Owsley, 12; Pendleton, 12; Perry, Pike, 33; Powell, 7; Pulaski, 43; Robertson, 4; Rockcastle, IS; Rowan, 10; Russell, A3', Scott, IS; Shelby, IS; Simpson. 9; Spencer, 6; Tayjor, 12; Todd, 16; Trl.'g. 29; 14; Trimble, 3; Union, 13; Warren, Wasliington, 15; Wayne, 19; Webster, 18; Whitley, 40; Woodford, H; Wolfe, S. No. 156. 'Necessary to choice. of Delegates, Very Respectfully, 1179. OEOnGE W. WELSH, Cli'm'n. 33U ALVI3 S. BENNETT, Sec'y. ' 'Adair, 19; Allen, 19; 7; 23; e, U , Met-cal- lllley, Dr. A. II., Haalry o County 12.U S.W Phslclnn rtenfrow & Co., Pauper coffin .. .. lllley, Dr. A. 11., Saalry as County lender, E. !'., Tax Suporlsor .... Scott, O. i:, per diem Shull, J. II., Interest on noto .... ISeott, O. E Commjsslonor ono 19 50 ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely hum no mukmiitutm Many mixtures are offered as substitutes for Royal. No other baking powder is the same in composition or effectiveness, or so wholesome and economical, nor will make such fine food. ill lln 3.W I f) SIX ROSE We BUSHES FREE wn diy Abaolulmly Pure 2I.t'J Sanders, Thos. per diem Smith, C. E Silnry ns County Attorney, 1912 2110 Tlnslcj, W. S., icr diem 1T") Samo Sirvlccs ns Cleik 21 '0 Simo Epencs hi llalid case.. TlnIey, W, S 1G9S) Deed Tlnley, W. S., Clerk tax supervis19.7 ors Wedding, lr. S. J., Salary as 12T..W Health Officer, 1912 Wedding, K. It., Salaiy ns Count rs fi in fj 2 S 40 of our readers in improving their home surroundings by de- , .. .1..!.. i.t . i . rUlSlX CIIOICU inllMIDI rfMIMP. tjnOC llVCnng pOSlllVejy Tinnn rivr,l)uuuunu BUSHES, nnd we want every one who rends this ndvertise- ment to take advantage of our otrer. The plants wo huve bushes which will produce selected nre strong great masses of beautiful flowers through the entire growing season. one-year-o- ld arc goinp; to assist the mothers, sisters nnd wives I & J IW , & JM W y j ? Judge sWro Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar ITALY'S MEMORIAL TO LINCOLN IS LOST Started Years to Slab of Stone Kentucky Ago. Rome, Starch 25. Unslnecr TerilU nando Glrardi lias rcceied a very Interesting episode In connection with the project of sitherliiK at llnrdln county, Kentucky, a. museum of memories anil mementoes to Abraham Lincoln. Engineer Glrardi, who Is a passionate student ' of the Home which is jiow passing, has recalled that the newi of tho death of Abraham Lincoln produced such on Impression In llbme that It w.is decided to evpress tho sympathy of the Internal CCIty In tho roo'it solemn way possible. Ju.st at that time, near tho lallway station, tho Anger, or permanent fortifications, lnillt l.y Senilis Tllliux, was coming to light. Tho Agger Is a huge embankment about 120 feet wide and 2 feet high, tho louei courses of tho structure being gUautlc b'ocks of colored stone, hold together by tJrong clamps of lion, and the upper oourf.s of smaller blocks of olcanlc pepper-- pumlcjcstone. The lloninns then thought that noth-tn- g could cpies theh fullnss in .i sending in inner thin moie clo'juent one of thes-Mniks with a nmtblu s'nb and Insciiptlon, to Abr.ih nil Lincoln. Tho npptopiiateii'ss tno of Jdeu was added to ly tho similarity of tho deaths of tho gieit men, Senlus ThUIiis and Ahi.ilnm Ulnco'u the former also lining been minde-i-cd- . The Inscription boio tho il.ito of Williams, I.iyton, of The terror? of school days, S.S 2 note and play days for the boy or YeHer, A. C, Election commissioni girl who is hard on stockings er, 1911 are troubles that are banished State of Kentucky, with the wearing of Set. County of Ohio, I, W. S. Tlnley, Clerk of the Ohio County Court, do ccttlfy (lint the forego. Trim fitting stockings that are lng Is complete list of all claims allow"puncture proof" in heel, toe or sole the ed at tho regular January term of light or medium weight, as desired coln, nnd who sailed for the United Ohio County I'ical Court. Every size for the toddler, the boy about to Given under my hand, this 2Cth day States on August 1, 1S6. A year passed graduate to the sock age without nn thing being heard of It. It of Slarch, 1912. or the young lady about W. S. TINSLEY, Clerk. was only much liter that It was pos- to adopt long skirts. slble to learn that the Uhla encountered A true black and a true Speaking of Eats. very stormy weather and went ashore tan. If a single pair ship and caro There was a man In our town. needs darning within netr Uermuda, where 4 months after purchase And he was wonderous lash. were sold at auction, and the precious you don't darn them, you He went Into boardlng-hous- o stone was abandoned on the shore. exchange them for brand And ate a plate of hash. Engineer Glrardi now raises his voice new . Milwaukee Sentinel. In order that the stone, rendered more FREE precious lclsItudes, There was a man In our town through these And he was worse, by golly! should be sought for, and If impossi& Mexican ble to flnd.another s'hould be taken from He stopped a And ate a hot tamale. the Agger.ghen the same hicrlptlon,and Hartford, Ky. Houston Post. sent to Hardin county so that the tribute of Home to the mart) red President There was a man In our town Who longed for Boston scenes; should not be lacking. And Just pretending he was there. S. C. B. Leghorns, Barred P. Rocks. List of Cla'ms Allowed by the He ate a dish of beans. Illnln tnrofnlly for beiinty nnd ipiHllty Birmingham The "bred tu In" kind. Leghorn rem .10 iit Fiscal Court. int. Hock raf"0 per Sl"o. Order now. There was a girl In our town Hftfturetl. i State of Kentucky, Whose appetite was fickle; It. I. ItAHSAIti). Ohio riscal Court, Kits It. Xo. 3. llrarrr Imni.Ky Her favorite repast, they say, 1912. JAXUAUV TERM, Was Ice cream nnd a pickle. The following is a list of o'alms alSpringfield (Mass.) Union. lowed at the January Term of tho Ohio Thero was a man In our town I'lscal Court. Who formed the foolish habit Burden, J. V'., Arresting Jno. BurOf drinking unboiled water when $I!T den Consuming his Welsh rabbit. Blikhead, n. E, Lumber and haulChieago Uecord-IIeral1C13 ing was a man In our town Thero Brown, A. J., Caring for lunatic. 3W The silliest of loons Birkhtad, E. E., Coal for County f " Who alwnjs ate for lunch a bowl 15 '0 Same Two pauper coffins Of lnegar nnd prunes. Black, T. II., Election commissioner Louisville Evening Post. 20."0 ear 131J man In our town There was Bratcher, S. A., Election commissionWho was n!was hard to pie ise. M er jear 1912 And In the ubence of beer and 'burger Baley, C. E , Viewer Geo. lllckey a with brlek cheese. Drank gie-asy FOR CHILDREN Here's a child's stocking that won't need darning 3 5 The Roses Described. These excellent roses consist of the Ktoile !e France.red; My Mnrylnnd, pink; Kaiserin Augusta Victoria, creamy white; Etoile de Lyon, golden yellow; Clothilde Soupert, white and pink tinted; Everblooming Crimson Rambler, brightest crimson. 4J K & fr S? b i How J' Jj f? J 4 JS sfl Send us $1.25. within the next ten days and we will ex- tend your subscription to The Hartford Republican for one 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 W j P jj (a & THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Hnrtforcl, Ky. 3 J Jf ? 2 iJ g USE THIS COUPON IN OBDEHINO .. ROSES '? 4R 4 Date The Hartford Republican. Hartford, Ky. '. sR K 49 Enclosed find for which extend my sub- scription to The Hartford Republican for one year, and tho Farmer and Stockman one year from the date now shown my mailing tag. ' For my promptness, send me free of charge ypur six Everblooming Roses. My name is My address is (a &a & &a 2 4 4) J &a BARNARD CO.. i , 49 New or old subscriber? '. & Age-Heral- 1 Try the Republica for fine Job Work. This Fine Young Harness Stallion, Coco-Col- rcad '29) Children are much irore likely to conHou-M3 tract the contagious diseases when they on hae colds, Whooping coush, dlptherla, Bearer Dam Bank, lntei are dis2S3.M scat let tocr and consumption noto wlu-'- i 19 ' eases that aio often contracted Hatnett, S. T., Supenlsor Byeis, J. It., Work on road .. .. S 2! the child has a eold. That Is why all medical authorities fcay beware ofcold. Biadley Gilbert Co., County Comt ICsO For the quick cuie of colds you find not Older Book No. : Coush Ca:on & Co., 3Ide. for Jail .. .. 20 hi lng better than Chamberlain's Chlnn, E. I Caring for lunatic. 3.00" Remedy. It can alwas be d pended upJune 20, ilSC Tho bloL-- was sent to Mr. Stlelminn, Ciowder, H. T., Almshouse Com'r... S77.'0 on and Is pleasant and sate to take. Tor m then Ajtii levin Cmmxul at Leghoin, who Co, Albeit, Viewer 2 dib on road 2.W salo by all dealeis. forwarded It on tho liritlsh steamer Carson, U. H., Mdse. for Jail.. .. S. 0 Ulila, wlilcli thioush u stiange coinel-tlcm- o CascJder, J. I'.. Coffin for 1'Jauper.. 5W Alms was conini.uid"el by Captain Lin Croudci, C, E., Mdse. for Bean Bro., e Lumber for Alms X? ;; -'- ''flsaaMMBJIJa F vr '13.H 3--2 ' et 'm to W&vt Hi -- ttsJ-9l&8t- i Jloue Fishing CATARRH V OF THE STOMACH s Grtw Worst. Could Hardly Eat Gradually Rtitovad by A. M. Ikerd, Box 31, West BurlMr. Parana. ington, Iowa, Cuheit Jlfg Co., Oul- writes: K070 eit for County "I had ca tarrh of tho Keonn, N. II., Com ej lng pauper to and small lntes- tincs for a number of years. I went to a number of doctors and got no relief, and finally doctors sent me to C h and I met the samo fate. T h o y "aaaBBwB"BBW. bmmmwwbwwmwhm to Com eying pauper ?.') Alms House Daniel, J. A., Woik on sewer nt 2 CO Court House Ellis, Z. Wayne, Services as ditch Inspector s.00 Evcrjy, S. M., Team on road.. .. 4M Fairis, I'. M., Coffin for pauper.. $.00 Hughes, James, Coffin for pauper 5.f0 Hiirtfonl lie publican. Printing bal 120 2) lots & etc i.V) L., Work on road James, 13 y) Samo Woik on load Jolinf-on- , J, A. Tax sui)erlsor .. 13.5 21.W Jaekson, J. C, per diem Same 3W Commissioner Cook Mack, Da Is, liube, per diem 21.W By TimusGayle Taylor, Age 12 Hartford Ky. rr s-i A .little boy sat In Uie room Looking down upon his book; But his mind was far away With his pole, his line, and hook. But as soon as school was over, He went straight as straight could be; To his llttlo lod and line, Behind tho old oal; tree. Then he ran right o'er tho hill, To tho llttlo pond beyond; And when ho'd stned about an hour All tho llttlo fish were gone. VICTOR VICTOR WILKES is a black, 0 WILEES stomach k'AiaM WJi S&MfctfMv'f ono of my J J Mldlilff, W. P., Services as Jailer 170.13 f Mr. A. M. Ikard. Muckuy, Will, Nurso for prisoner 33 CO cancer of the Miles, J. II., per diem 2UO stomach and there was no cure. I al- Moore, Jno. T., Sa.lury as Tieasur- most thought the same, for my breath er "90.W was orienslve and I could not eat anything without great misery, and 1 grad- Ohio County Supply Co, Mercha- nillio for eounty 25.10 ually grew worse. "Finally I concluded to try Peruna, Poitcr, I. o Poll tax refunded and I found relief and a cure for that wrongfully charged 100 dreadful disease, catarrh. I took Ave Patton, C. SI., Work on road .... 1.50 tottles of Peruna and two of Monalln, Patten, J. L, per diem, Sl.W aed I now .feel like a new man. There Potty, Nelllo W., rtoportlng for tm iiuLuuiK ucucr man x'eruna, ana i R.W Commonwealth keep a bottle of It in my house all the Pollard, Grant, per atom 217) iJ Ub." 'lng could do noth- - said they Alms llouso 2'0 3.W Kirk, W. a., Woik on road V09 Knott, W. C, woik on road., ., 30.00 Samo Work on road Kluchetloc, ltlchard, Woik on road 13.00 Keonn, W. T., Ta. supervisor.. ., 19.10 Leaeli, A. 11., Tac Supenlsor.. .. 17.VJ Leach, Henry, Salary ns Superintendent, 191.' 100VO Morion, Jno. V. & Co., Election , seals 0..9 M.lller, Mnnln, Hcporttng for ComDO uO monwealth Muiphy, A. G., Viewer Geo. Hlckey a little string he had, Which he plekcd up off tlto ground; But when ho weighed them all together, Ho hud about one pound. To Will stand the present season of 1912 at my barn at Centertown, Kyv and will serve mares at $8 or two for $15 to insure a living colt. Money due when fact is ascertained or mare parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. His Hurry. She But, Haiold, why are jou In'such haste? Wo can be married a little r, bo gono as long as wo like on our hone moon, and He Yes, nnd the first thing we know tho baseball season will open while we aro away! Puck. Description and Pedigree. years old, 10 hands high. Was sired by Biflie 'Wilkes, he by General Wilkes, 8493, race record 2:21 3; Standard Rules 1 tfe G. Pussy Cat 2:12; Bobby Burns 2:19; Grateful 2:274; Cooke 2:213; Arrivian 2:10i; Gen Bjackford 2:241; Pansy Blossom 2.12; Charley 11. 2:273; Gydonia 2.283; Wilabald 2:29 St. Julien 2:293; JenGrand-sir- e of Hattie R 2:17 J; Bernlce 2:1G3; Jim Kennedy 2:151; Maggie nie L. 2:30; Briggs l:12i; Mamie A. 2:101; Seven Points 2:151; Ethel Burns 2:201; G. W. D. 2:18J' Katie Burns 2:191; Nancy Burns 2:21. First dam, sister to Libby S. and Mollie Walker bv Gen. Walker,2:24. 2nd. dam by Bob Lewis'Old Carbeau Chief. 3rd. dam.Gartered. Gen. Wilkes 8493,by George Wilkes 419. 1 dam Grace Goodman, 2:31 in 7th heat, trials 2:21 2:19 and 2:23, by Peacock. 2nd dam, Belle, by Drenon, siro of the dams of Kolla, 2:14 J Black Lucy Fleming, 2:24, etc. 3rd dam by Alice by Grey Eagle, aire ofgrand- Crook, 2:18 aamot rxaemont, z:imj uaicnny, a:aoj; Ans a:zu, etc. 4tn dam, Mag. by American , of dams of Thore 2:181, etc. Eclipse, grand-sir- e 1-- 9; 1-- load 2.7) for me; said I had PAY your To-da- y and save us coming after it. This means you 3; if you are in i J. Jfl. IGLEHEART, : Centertown, Ky, ' . Un.