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MILITIA Of Interests to Members of Utaxtfoth l.cpubltcait DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 38 COAL MINES OF HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1912. requested so to do by an officer of the Guard having tho authority. A regular courso of gallery prartlco will soon be prescribed and all men will bo required to qualify on tlio gntery rango boforo being permitted to flro servlco ammunition on the outdoor targets. Tho United .States Inspection of the Third Infantry was concluded on tho 22nd Instant, and from all reports avail able, a majority of the companies aro In good condition. Tho Hand at had 10 per cent present, and tho arms. Instruments, and equipments were In flawless condition : tlio Inspection of the. Hand Is repotted as tho best that has over been seen In tho Kentucky Stato Guard. Company D, nt Hopkins-vltlhad the cleanest rifles, followed In order by Co. A, Howling Green; Co. V, Vino Grove; and Co. 13. MadlsnnvlHo. An ample cleaning outfit with full in structions hafl bocn Issued to each com pany, enough to last on entire voir, nnd no excuso can bo accepb'd for dirty arms, or equipment. In the futurt. Extracts from Bulletin of Kentucky Mllltlu Notes. .o e, SPICY INTERVIEW OF POSTMISTRESS HUNDREDS ARE MADE HOMELESS Miss Dood Adair Is Victim Flood at Hickman, Ky., Company H. Mew Company Will be of Political Bosses. Fought By Every Crossroads Pol- Causes Destruction. Appeal Made to Governor to drowning: Friends, missing them rushed to tho homo and discovered tho family asleep as tho water was creeping over tho tops of tho bods In which they were sleeping. Clothing, groceries, pieces of furnlturo and nearly everything Imaginable can bo seen floating on tho flooded waters of the two towns. This scene gives tho aspect of confusion, but under circumstances it is declnrcd by many persons that tho situations is being handled COUNTRY CLOSED More Than 400,000 Work' ers Are Idle. TAKE GOODS TO HIGH GROUND. Bituminous Operatives Will Merchants closed their establishments itician for 16 Months and Fin. in at Owensboro, Send Assistance to today and devoted their energies to the Out Only Until Wage'Agrw- carting of their stock to higher ground. ally Loses Her Job. Saturday. Refugees. ment Is Ratified. Tonight two blocks of stores aro flooded pand tho water is gradually spreading. The prlnclral residential CO. section of Ky., Hawesvliio, March Miss lilckman, Ky., April A correspondence courso oj Instruction 2. With Indiana, 31. March Dood Adair, the popular persons homulesi, property dama.ro Hickman is situated on a high hill and Indianapolis, lias Iktii Inaugurated (or tliu officers of local postNo anthracite or bituminous will not be affected. coal wili mistress, who has, after tho the Kentucky Mllltlu nnd will le hardest estimated at $2,000, railroad traffic be taken from the mines of tho country by tho Instructor I nspector assign-c- J battle ever known In Republican cir- at a standstill and two of the lanr-js- t tomorrow by union miners as a rcs-.iClergy to Help Tramps. cles over a postofflco to Kentucky. of this class manufacturing plants In the city closed, Paducah, Ky., April 2.- -A which clearing- of tho suspension, went into' has been disposed by tho Influence. of West Hickman nnd Hickman face tlio A, moo Is on foot In several towns Bradley nnd the present toflulM armories with private capital, ma gravest situation In the history of the house for tramps and vagrants will bo effect at midnight tonight, due to wage Taft Moro than 405,000 miners chine, was coaxed this afternoon to twd towns. Added peril Is ahead as a established by Paducah .ministers. This troubles. T ' wlitdi'wlll bo rented tu tlio County and step has been decided upon by the mem- about 150,000 In the anthracite field and say .a few things about her displaceJointly. Tho State will iay ono- l State rlso of another foot la the Mississippi 230,000 in the bituminous, will lake a ment when tho positive promise was Ilher, which broke over tlio levee last bers of the Paducah Ministerial Associahalt of tlio rental, provided tlwtt tlio Bat Nelson to Tour World. tion which hopes to separate worthy vacation, which probably will last only buildings meet tlio requirements as to mode that the type would not make night and flooded a wide area Is vagrants Chicago, 111., April 2. llattllng Nelson from the unworthy. The Rev. a few weeks. Different from a strlico any more nor less than she prodicted. her say extent and facilities. Is going to take a trip the did say. around Clinton S. Qutnn was appointed manager the miners will leavo pump men and She was found, as she has Six additional nets pt questions will With tho exception of one telegraph world. Ho will travel in stylo with others at work to protect the mines front been for tho last eleven years or and one telephone wire, Hickman is cut of the bureau. bo sent to each company next month for two sparring partners and a moving" flooding or other troubles due to a shut more, behind tho bars of tlio general off from tho outside world except by tho sergeants to answer If they feel ho Will Have Sem.Centennial. down of the plants. Tho be 2 Inclined; this Is a ffplcndld opportunlty picture layout.which pictures willNel- delivery window smiling and agree- way of river. Tho telegraph office of battles In The Tho United States Senate lias unanibituminous miners will be out ably waiting officers to get up to servo Uie public. Af- is swamped for with business, and the son bos been the star performer. He ter a fow preliminary mously passed the bill introduced by Sn only long enough for tho wage tgreomftni In their classes. Vacancies for Captain protesting operator is fatigued from many hours of. expects to leave San Francisco nett ator Bradley, appropriating J23O.000 for reached in Cleveland, to be ratified by rind lieutenants nro likely to occur rt she said: continuous work. June, and his first stop wilt bo at tho miners by a referendum vote, as it Is an exposition celebrating the seml-ceany time, and pood men will be requlro! APPEAL TO GOVERNOR. "Now, be sure to get It Just this Honolulu. believed the agreement will be sanctioned tcnnlal of the slgnlhg of the cmanclpa to tnko tlio places. Gov. McCrcary way! was requested by 'If It were not for the secret by a large majority of the nun. tion proclamation. fl5 Tlio new company at Owensboro will of my prison houso I could a tale to send un telegraph today to take steps suspension In the anthracite mines will be mustered Into tho servlco on April 6, SENATOR-EL- ECT provisions to residents of West Hickman IS fold, but I am still behind the bars. be of lotiger duration, as no agreement a ntunher of veterans nro on tho list. I will not reflect on the postofflce de Who have been forced from their homes, CHRISTIAN CHURCH has ypt beett reached batweon the which And 'Jlt)i the excellent armory NATIVE OF FRANKFORT partment. I still bdleve that Gen. who at present are being cared for In miners and operators. After llegotla. was XiiUt by Couty, Company Hitchcock Is fair, Jionest and one tit private homes and by means made WILL HOLD REVIVAL tlons were broken off in New York on will add strength to the Third X. the greatest men in public life to- possbtlo by tlkr city authorities. Judge March 13 between tho anthracite miners day. Ho advocates the classification Naylor made the request of the Governor, Senator Fall Taught School and of presidential postmasters and operators nothing was done, toward The new Militia Dili nnswed both and In Tents havo been ordered sent to the getting together again until yesterday both houses pt the General AHxcmbJy with bu of tho United States Have Secured Fine Talent and his Inst annual report, 1011, ho says: refugees in Law when both sides agreed to meet In officials and by the State ono dissenting vole, and will become a measure of efficiency In the Government 'A full Philadelphia on April 10 and report Commences May authorities but these have not arrived 10, I12. Some of the Inon Juno cenduct of Uie postal service can not Kentucky. negotiations. teresting features nro as follows: Tho be expected so long post- and it Is expected that it will be at least as the 12. TWO WEEK FOR VOTE. Organized Mllltlu of Kentucky will be day and possibly itwo more befor masters aro subject to political con- another trol.' Ills'- -, determination Ballot for the referendum vote by the lauxvn as tho Kentucky National Guard. carry It VUl' be possible for Uie railroads to 3. Albert Eacou to Frankfort, Ky., April .. tl Itntnrttiar Mlnan. I Tho OAHlstant Adjutant Ocncrn becomes Fall, who was elected last week a Uni out this policy lias been fully .tested resume operations. ..w.ii do. sen.. "" The Roy L. Brown Evangelistic Com- - V "" t- railn !., frtvt i nin "i.t.avt rr nopn ji Co'onel In tho Adjutant General's le. ted States Senator from New jfevlco, Is n tho case nt Hawesvllle, it seem, " " '"""'"" "l,ne Quarters pany. of Bellefontalne, Ohio, will begin , partment. Tho Arsenal Keeper becomes n native of Frankfort, nnd his ejection wliero I havo stood on my "" BUOn merits Tho Mengel Box Company.the largqst lne "" ""nat revival at the First Christian Church V' yPresldent. John P. White, nnd against tho combined forces of Brad- manuiaciurwg points, jias sutiereu tft,. In TTnrtfnrri nn Mnv the Arsenal Suporlntundent nnd will bo adds one more to tho long list of nthar Tha nronntilni. f officials return hero from Cleveland. It a Captain In tho Ordinance Department. men that Kentucky has giv- ley throughout the state for over ali- - heaviest loss and when this plant Conducted by Elder Brown, who Is Jf a persons were Kv Companies may elect as many as twenty en to other States. Judge Fall Is u tetn will take more than two weeks to take thai closed down today polmonths. Every crossroads noted evangelist, having a nation wide flo honorary members each, who wilt grandson of the lato I lev. Phillip S. itician In the state from Bradley up thrown out of employment. Water reputation, and has traveled in nine vote.as not all of tho locals meet every , week. Then it will require, some Ume bo exempt from Jury scrJee upon tho Foil-- and has many relatives here. has been arrayed against me. Tho to a depthltften and twelve feet covers different countries. - dollars to canvas tho vote, so Uie bituminous payment of not less than ten He taught school in tills county appointment of my successor has an the plant.and twenty Inches of water Dr. Brown will bo accompanied by V. per yuar to tho company fund. miners are not expected to resume work many years ago, Tho history of tho case Is stands In the offices. It Is said that tho Emmet Snyder, and studied law at parallel. soloist and chorous direc The practice of allowing officers nnd tho time under lose my Job loss suffered by this plant alone will be tor, and Uie song service will bo a fei- - much under a month. I only Judge William Lind- will known. men to tnko articles of military proper- say, who had been a friend of Judgo this tho politician glvellt nnd takoth i;;,ooo. ture of the meeting. II. Lelghton Brown, Now' that tho bituminous miners and operators have agreed on a wage con- -' ty to their homes will bo discontinued; Fall's father. He had plenty of pluck away. Sometimes tt Is the same fel- The Hickman Wagon Company also Jr., cornellst, demonstrates his peculiar tract for tho next two years.lt Is believed The United Status airUiorltles require ev and courage, and decided to enrvo a low who docs bath.' The Dutchman was forced to close Its plant today ability of laying pieces hundreds of persons ery article, except publications, to bo name for himself In the great West. must have had a case .like this in and tho seventy-fiv- e in the from memory. the anUiraclte controversy will soon bo Mrs. Boy L. Brown also Kept In tho armor)--, except when being When ho settled when tho miners and operators politics. My employ of tlio company are out of work accompanies Dr. Brown, to liis new homo he mind when he defined went and assists in get (together West Hickman Is ono sheet of water. In Philadelphia. Tho de.used for authorized military purposes. was without defeat Is a victory when one conor friends, wealth but the work. mands mado by both branches of 1 have both sides. fought a Eight hundred homes In this section arc the rrArunr.iaeiMut's lur uiu siimigu iiuu euro his ability was soon recognized, and siders 4 Tho local congregation is very en and a stores are dozen coal miners were somewhat slrrujar.and i of 'property in armories must bo pro. the lH6plo of New Mexico promoted good fight. I have my Inundated finished thusiastic upon securing such splendid f'Vtwlded, erS'he Adjutant aeneral will bs him repeatedly. it is thought the anthracite kept the faith. Were flooded. In some Instances, the water I liave forces will He was appointed course. talent to conduot the revival, and it on practically w wwm m tu ...nu u' the same i ufvi I J u.i. United States Judge by President I a man I would get a quart of 'Green reaches the second story of tho buildings will surely result in much good. On compromise -- muster out tho organization. A penalty Cleveland, and tell and in a lot of the homes the .water stan Sunday May 12 Dr. Brown will deliver terms ashave been agreed to in the Later whcn tho free silver Ittver' without a headache, to tho bituminous Industry. is provided for the wearing of tho uni platform of the Democrats l the case and to a depth of from half-wa- y was adopt- you all I know about the baccalaureate sermon to the grad11,000,000 LOSS A DAY. form, or any part thereof, by persons ed in 1816 Judgo Falls left the party tho politicians in tho' Second district celling of Uie first floor to the celling uating class of Hartford College. . Itself. The suspension docs not affect all of who aro not members of the military, and has since affiliated with the Re would try to control Hancock county." forces of the United States or ot tho publican party the mines In the SouihT as tie union is Tlio above' little Interview, as well STRENGTHEN GOVERNMENT LEVEE Ho was an officer In Death of Mrs. S. E. Duke. prevent a great Taking steps to not so strong south of Uie Ohio Itlver as several States; officers should make a New Mexico regiment in the as many other circumstances indiMr8' 8 E- - Duke dled at 'lence It is in tho Northern States. The mines complaint In every Instance and assist War, and is a warm per- cate that Miss Adair could say much further damage to property and loss Ir uu,n,n tSinl. .'" Hartford Sunday afternoon at 4 of Wyoming, Washington, 'Colorado and In breaking up a bad practice. A ponal-t- y sonal friend of Col. Roosevelt. more if she were from behind tho llvmitiu.tr inn m.n 'c,ock' after stroke of par. Montana also will not be affected beIs provided for discrimination against that bar her speech to some to aid in the work of strengthening tile alyste Ho was the leading figure in tho bars, of Ul entlre r,sllt eld9 ovr &J cause Government levee four miles belolv the union contracts In those distho uniform. A penalty Is provided In recent Constitutional In and hundreds In extent, Hancock Convention weck Pilous, and never regained cop tricts do not expire April 1. tho cave of a soldier havliiK la his New Mexico, and was recognized as a will wish that sho were from behind Hickman. Late tonight It was declare ..... wan .. .... tsctousness. . J possession any article of military prop- man of wide learning and groat force them before is appurenuy sirvng It is said tho miners will lase 11.000,000 Saturday of next week umb una Monday morning at 9 o'clock a short fu every enough to withstand the Increased erty except when Jn active service, or on ot character. day they remain out and that tha when tho Itoosovelt forces of this was Miss His wife family suspension rlso In tho neral servlco was lield at tho will cause active duty, or by special permission. a loss in coal out to show the Brad- pressure of water duo Emma Morgan, of Clarksvllle, Tenn., county march residence, before leaving for the Meth- production to the country of nearly ley machine Officers and enlisted men will bo requlr a relative of Gen. John H. Morgan. and the Tatt macliiiio river. Not a wheel ot a railroad train has odist Church at' No Creek, where Itev. 42,000,000 tons a month. ed to pay for any artlolo of property what they think of them. moved near Hickman in the past thirty Eli Wesley preached Uio funeral. Inter No formal order was Issued by Presidamaged or lost by them, except the is currently rumored It on the ment followed at Uie Old Mill grave yard. dent White for the miners to leave work, by Mr. Sherman Chamberlain and Miss streets that a certain Owensboro poli- hours. The tracks are covered by four article be dropped without ctuirgo On account of tho rain all day many as the suspepslon was automate, since the Secretary of War on on approved re- Lorcno Datrd, w,ere united in marriage tician who has been a posrer in this feet of water and tho station ot tlio Chiunable to the miners cago, Mexico & Gulf railroad is Inun- friends ot the family were port of survey. Officers will collect tho by Itev. Wesley, on tho afternoon of the Second district, 'have no agreement ito work was an endorser attend the funeral and burial. money value of articles lost by enlisted March 27th, at tho homo after' midnight tonight, when the conthe newly appointed dated. The Nashville, Chattanooga & Mrs, of the bride's ot Mr. Vance, Duke was born August 22, 1SS1, tract men and make settlement wltlittho Ad- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. mado two years ago expires. here, and that while en- St. Louis depot will be under water by No Samuel postmaster and when a child professed religion and trouble is expected tomorrow morning. jutant General on notice to them Mr. Vance, he was at any of the mlnea of Oalrd, of the Alexander at tho nelghborliood dorsing' became a member of Uie Buck Creek BltEAK 10) FEET LONG. Involved. tho decision ot tho Secretary of War. Several relatives and friends were in same time writing ,to Miss Adair tliut When train operations are resumed it Babtlst Church. Later she married lien ample attendance. Oommyndlng officers 'will havo he was for her. It is also said that Obed Bennett, and joined the M. U. Easter Services Sunday. powerundcr the summary court law to Mrs. Cliamberlaln Is the attractive this same mogul was the referee that will be lnpiosslblo for the trains to enter the city, and at present it Is declared Churoh. To this union were born four Easter services will be held at tho require' attendance at drills and for oth- daughter caused uie removal' of Mr. Vance, or of Mr. James Uolrd and an children, two ot wliom died In infancy, court house Sunday morning. Preaching er duty, or servce, and for tho mainten- excellent young woman. rather of Jits wife, when she was that they will be unable to come closer and those surviving are Capt. W. E. bythePastor at It o'clock.subject, "The than a mile to tho city proper. ance of discipline; enlisted men may bo Mr. Chamberlain Is a very promising postmistress hero before. States Resurrection.' Special music. The break In tho levee extends about Bennett, who Is in the United fined or confined In the comity jail for young man ot good standing and a son army and stationed at Ft. Lawton, 100 feet and Is In part of tho wall conEpworth League Easter services at 6:3) Infraction of orders and violation of of Esq. lien s. Cliamberlaln. Co. H. to Hold Election. structed by tho C., M. & G. railroad. Wash., and Mrs. William A. Brown, ot p. m. Meeting conducted by Miss tlio laws, rules and regulations govern The bridal party left immediately for Tho orders calling for an election in The break Is in tlio center ot the levee. Hartford. Katie Pendleton. ing: the Guard. Certain civil officers, tho lvome ot the groom where a bounSometime after the death ot Itev. the Third Regiment, to be liojd March As tho waters flooded West Hickman Evening services by Uie Pastor at 7:15. in an emergency, have authority to call tiful repast awaited them. persons were forced to rush from their Bennett Mrs. Duke married Mr. S. E Everybody invited to all services. 39, were revoked and the date changed the Guard Into actlvo .service. Tlielr many friends wish for them, a Duke, who survives her. .To this union Officers and mon In active service will bright and prosperous future. to Saturday, April 6. This ejection is homos to save themselves.and clothing, were born three children as " follows: A. S. of E. Notice. trinkets, furniture, and everything not be liable civilly, or criminally, for ot vital importance; and every member else' WELL WISHEll. On account of the bad roads and the was left behind. Thus, the poorer Mr. It. E, Duke, ono ot the firm of any act done by them In pursuance of ot Company H should not fail to,le pros cltlsens who are without food and shelter The Hartford Republican; Mr. UutholL. poultry prices being oft at present the duty In such service. Notice. ent. Am in receipt ot a telegram front now are forced out t work through Duke and Miss Gladys Duke, all of committee has decided to wait awhile Officers and men while going to, or All persons having claims against the Capt. DeWeeso, San Diego, Cat., urging the. closing of Uie largest manufacturing Hartford. She also leaves two broUicn, on Uie sale ot our poultry. However, wo returning from, any actlvo duty will bo estate of Willie V. Plrtle, will present that Uw entire nvemberalilp of the com- plants have nothing except the clothing Messrs. J. W. and G. M. Hlpsley. aro ready to receive sealed bids at any exempt from paying tolls on bridges and the same to me at Hartford, Ky prop- pany be present and vote. Ume. on their backs. L. B. TICHENOR. Ch'm'n. ferries In tho state. erly proven, on or before May 1, 1912, Tive election will be held at the .armory Flaw for Sale. ENT1HE FAMILY SAVED. Arrest and confinement In the county or they will be forever barred, at S p. m. After the election, will have Ono 'man, John Allison, nor the mem New Piano to trade Cor good horsj. Eggs Sale. by jail for trial by court martial pr school and gallery rifle practice. TWs April 1, 112. ber of his famlly,heard the alarm that Call on or address, Improved B. P. Rock, $1.00 per setting. a summary court Is fully provide for; IRA N. PHtTLE. Admr., C. B. SHOWN, was) sounded as tha levee gave way, and MRS. JOHN W. SANDERFUR. hartford"music CO., .also failure of civil officers to eft when tJ Of WUUe P. Plrtle, deceased. 1st Lieut. CotayuandiAg Co. II- - It wit a nera cjiauce that they escaped R. F, V. Up. 3, Hartford, Ky. Hartford, Ky, con-duct- al lt s Mustered remarkably wo.Il. le M Studied lw 1 , J ' " " !. 1 I . was. 1 Spanish-A- merican if. "" ulng .. -- io Baird-Chamberla- in fr J, asslmulntlng and benevolently Islnmls tho rilllplno people. They nro troubled with " nerves ".iimv "It was not urged whllo MI.OO Make a (treat difference In most women. acnsntlon of Irritability or hey suffer from backache, hen laclic, sleeplessness, n being created, or whllo offices vveio female weakncus. twitching hot Hashes, dizzy spells, or many other symptoms Dr. Pierce's with tho salaries of all tho principal offl Lotion The local disorder ond inlfammation should bo treated holders In tho United Htatcs wei-- bo Tablet t. nnd the Irrctfultrity and weakness 01 nie icrni ue sjiicm corrccicu nnd c i mc jouns ,. miiiin .iimmi s favorite rrcscripinm. Ing larfioly strength n;d with Dr. I'ic-cIncreased bournse of the " womiHioi iiiiuuiu UKwoman or Hie.,.. wi; v,v !" v ""- - : , .1 high cost of .living, . . u imiiw itr arrnnoni. in For over forty years sold by ., iviiiili Mine Men While regulator. "It Is n cry that Is only heard when and strcnRllisiin nervine nml POt.DlERd IY1D SO CENT DOLLARS. one remtdj to perfect for woman's peculiar w ciikncssci nnd distressing ailments. Ibt these wmo financiers, tho proportion Is made to care for tho ............ "Vet today - ... ".uum Home. in composmuii iinu w ,;www solillera of tho tuition, and Is only mid n,Vrr in nrintini! its everv indrcuicnt on its outsida the Mine earnestness with The one remnly which nlsoliitcly contains neither they hne grown wrapper. for national heard then because with' which they elcolutl nor injurious or li.ibiMnrmini! drugs. ns 11 too old to hold official xtntlon nnd benro denouncing Follow intf letter selected nt random from a lar!e number enator Kern Conies Out Strong honor In bW to cause It Is thought Mint on account of Alabama Mine Explosion Claims raid on tho Treasury n proposition of similar ones nnd cited merely to iiiusirnic incsc remarks : who saved tholr old nge and ilecn pltudc, they can no pay to old suldUls "in l,n lnirr of 19W. I liecr.mo crrntly run down nnd Irmnilar." for Liberal Pensions for Second Largest Number of writes Mm. IIpniiV Scott, or Swnn Win. juirn.. uouia 1, mix . " I country for thtm the rlttnnco nf n longer exert grent Influenco In the poiluwly but sun y r'rew worse, nn.l nt il. lewmol to apply to the (ne. mrnt nnd locr -Veterans, lor fur help. 1 Im dm lorsiid I bid Inl1nmmnile,n. dollnr a day, that they may liavo food litical affairs of the country. Victims. ntlon. I wns h ld eleven week, niid Kt no K'ttcr.notTie doctor mi M 1 A l'ClV POINTED COMPARISONS listen. would Invo to lmvo in eiiernt on. iiiit n Hint I would Prescription. My nnd shelter In their old ape, nnd that VU a liurclic HltnnliuuU'Sui lr I lerre s svorlte "Distinguished Scnatois liero h.ivo t JM not wslk arross tho lloor.butnrt r somo measure of Justice be done them started to tnko 1I1U remel) inunlnfr. .i drripnl innlfipttun. Only Ifor It I t' United Sinter Smntor John W. Kern, because tnl.en tluei l'.li. I n. i..l i.'l Prc-- r great labor added up alt the misInd Tho principal disasters during the In thoe dreadful days of with think doctor nml took Ir I ice t on for my ll.t. I feel Ultct by each of year 1011 nro presented In tabular form received J minnl linvc bee ol Imlliinn, I)eiiMrrnlle iioniluea iind I re- - y ut.ivlo I. dollars erable pittances Civil War they wire paid iww than in twenty ycin. Mas. Scott. 190S on tlie ticket In Vice I'rcldrnt for thIr these o'd veterans dining the lmst li for convenience of reference: worth les than M cents n years, with William .1. Hijmi, delivered a speech heroic woik. and with a Jan. 1 Mlno necldeut at Thacker, In the Kui.ito a few weeks ago In supup before us tho enormous total W. Va; S during nnd at the "Mr. President, port of the Sherwood son lee pension bill. close of that war there wero two gen- of nearly four billions of dollars. Wh'-- Jan. 2 i'lro at Mlnersvllle, Pa ., IIo took advanced ground on pensions eral C In New York o'nes of Government creditors the proposition was mado to dmiblo Jan. li generally and Instated that tho govoin-me- tho holdeis of the Government salary of the President of tho Jan. In Cincinnati, 0 5 bonds tlio lntead of being profleato as Is of- and the men who had given up tho United State", and then add JV'1 Jan. 11 Gas explosion, Counellillle, ten charged had not been liberal enough best part of tholr lives on tho march, per annum c for traveling expenses, did Pa with tho vuteinns of the Federal army In camp, In prison and In battle, for any ono take tho tlmo to gtvo to the Jan. 17 Explosion U. S. battleship that fought to prcscrvo tho Union. Delawnro the restoration of tho Union. The first pulu'lc the total sum of all tho moivis that, class nnd remained nt homo engaged paid to the Presidents Tlio Indlan'a Senator declared since tho Jan. IS Mlno explosion at Riders-burmeasured with Its ileoltnga with other In tho pleasant pursuit of C formation of the government? Mont creditors, the United States government "Or when the eioposltlon . was undo Jan. 20 Mlno explosion, Giaftou endurwhllo the second class had p lias utterly failed to carry out the plan ed during all those long ears nil tho a few years a go to Increase tho salamine, Vn provisions of Its conttact with the Prompt Attention nnd Good Service. Congressman, Jan. SI Powder explosion, Uoslvn. nnd ries of Senntois privations Incident to the greatest war that of modern times. Tho bonds Issued by was any computation of tho Civil war. He said Washington exhibited nt tin 0 MEETS ALL tho cry of "economy" would not hold; tho Government were for tho most total amount paid to the members of Jan. 23 Mine explosion, llughesvlllo that with salaries Increased thousands patt bi ought with greenbacks. The tho two Houses dm lug tho century Pennsylvania c of officials added to tho government pay bonded debt of $2,019,975,700 cot tho and a quarter of our nvttonal life? Jan. accident nt Newark, tho purchasers rolls and extiauisnnco throughout postmasters Now Jersey salaries 12 of tho "Tho of the bonds nt government service, the old soldier they wero Issued only ?t,371,424,2S nio Increased I'eb. 1 Dj namlto cxplesIon nt Jer In throughout the country should not bo mado to bear the brunt money sey City, N. J s; ' year by year, vet wo hive tho Kind of steadily of gold value, of retrenchment. money In which they were paid. There heard from no source the vast amount Feb. S Powder explosion, Wintlirop, Mar land 10 POOR MEN WENT TO W.VH. but that the bonds of money that has been paid to tin so wns no question officials dur- I'eb. 7 Gasollno explosion nt Ja were for which gieenbacks wire "The armies of tlio Union laid were patilotlc, C maica, L. I mado up almost entltely of poor men," payable In the lawful money of the ing the years of the past. l. appropriations I'eb. 10 Mlno explosion, near Trini "When said the Senator. "Ituslness men as n countiy. 17 dad, Colo are asked nnd made for costly public rule remained at home and mado NICE FOR BONDHOLDERS. buildings at crossroads county scats. Peb. IS I'lro nt Sutton, W. Va... money, while clerks and employes ' Sherman so held, and tho R Improvement of streams 1'o'j.) 10 Drowning and for the accident, Kan went to war. Men who owned fauns "John by Tedro, Cal too small for flatboat navigation, no larje publli'an party of Indiana, then led especially who owned those In Its so declared Morton, Senator operated them with great profit Oliver P. has ever thought of under I'eb. 21 Mine flro nt Tonopnh.Nev. farms, platfoim In 1SCS. And yet, sir, taking the mathematical feat of calcu I'eb. 2& I'lro tluoughout tho strugle, whllo tho state at llazelton, Pa of Its lating was so jealous Nov. 10, 1912. From now were urged tho Government the enormous amount of public March 4 Boiler explosion, Esta-cadtenants and farm hands lionor that in Much, ISO, by tho fa- money that has been thus wasted durOregon to volunteer. Great fortunes ' were AND were mous coin net, all such bonds ing tho last half century. Starch at Center Texas .. made by many of those who look no In coin, thereby giving made payable prodigies mathematical of March 10 Mlno expolslon, Virginia, "These part In the lonfllct, for tho necessiMinnesota great, to tho bondholders a clear profit of the Senato never let lose their re wore ties of the Government spe vtf7.(X(UJ0 n naked making moro than strained energies except when the March 11 Snow Slide, Mono Counfor One full year for and tlio opportunities ulatlon something for nothing. ty, California money heroes of Gettysburg- nnd Antlotam. uniara,lliled. Contractors for "When, a little later, a measure was Chancelloisvllle nnd Lookout call tho March 15 Uulldlng collapses, surpllcs of evciy kind waxed fat, and nt offered In congress to protect the na1 Nashville, Tcnn to Its attention of tho government who were subject the manufacturers by paying to tho soldiers pledges, broken and Its inexcusable Match 13 Mlno explosion Mineral, to war tacs wore given special tariff tional honor the amounts ingratitude to tho men who saved Its tho difference between 3 Kus legislation, avowed enacted for the You get all of the Fre3idential Campaign and of Ohio agreed to pay purpose of offsetting the amounts paid which the Government life. March 22 Mine explosion, Cannons- them and tho amount actually receivcounty news for extremely low price. by, Pa 9 "It is said that our pension list Is by them for tho support of the Govby them from the Government, It larger 6 ernment, but for tho real purpose of ed in Milwaukee, Wis.. than that of any nation In the March Both National Conventions will be held in Juno hearing. Its auworld. enriching Oiun at tho expense of the failed of a respectful I liave not examined the sta- March 25 l'ire In tho Triangle WaUt and there remains but two months for the drawing of battle being denounced as a demagogue thor tistics, but I hope it is. people. 1!2 Co's. factory, New York It ought to btlnglng a proposition so prepos- be. There was no such war In modern March 20 lines, during that time there will be intense interest in the promised to pay for Fire In Harrodsburg, Ky 5 "The Government legisterous Into tlio halls of national! times, and no war ever accomplished March 27 I'lro in Aurora, Mo various movements made towards the selection of PresiI the soldiers 411 per month, which was lation. April 7 Mlno fire, Throop, Pa.... such beneficent results. '71 afterward Increased to "flG. Tho condential candidates. Presldf-ntupon I now call "Mr. In "There Is no nation tho world April S Mine explosion, Littleton, tract was to pay them In dollars. They thoso men who were so sollcltlous for so Ala wero paid in currency fo depreciated When sending in your subscriptions state whether you are ilch as this, nor has any nation so In MC, and whose patriotic In Clyde, III a people, nor n peoplo so April as to bo worth on tho average less the national lionor new or old subscriber. quickened at the consciences weie so ready and willing to rally to their April II Cycjone In Missouri, Kanthan CO cents on tho dollar, so that Indollars, to mere piophecy of fifty-ce25 country's standard In tlmo of danger, sas nnd Oklahoma stead of receiving tho contract prlro J ally to tho support of tho Sherwood or to make sacrifices if need be, to April 15 Explosion In Mldvale Steel of $13 and $1G they nctually received SEND ALL ORDERS TO pension bill to the end that the oil contribute of their substance for tho Woiks, lJetldehem, Pa from about JO to ?7 per month. Prices soldiers of tho Union, who made hundr- care and support of Its defender, April 2J Gas expolslon at St. Louis, for the noee.s.surIe.s of lite wero cor- ed-cent or dollars dollais, of any when by Mo respondingly high, and as a result tho icason of service or ago ,they Kind, possible In this country, and who need such care and support." April 21 Mine explosion, Elk Garden, families of tho soldiers. In many inwero paid for their gallant sen lees In Circulation Dept. largely by stances, wero supported W. Vn forty-cemay haie, before dollars, Don't bo surprised If jou havo an at- May 5 Mlno fire, Neguanee, Mich public and pilv.ato chailty. they dlo somo measure of justice nt tack of rheumatism this spring. Just rub May wo heard much In a In Utlcn "Sirs, recent penitent tho affected parts freely with Chamber of a Government tho hands fifty-cecampaign about Juno 4 Drowning accident, dollars and Salt for Its cno act of debt repudiation. lain's I.lnlmcnt and It villi soon dlsnp' the Infamy of a Government Lake that "It has been loosely asserted that pear. Sold by all dealers. m 1: would dlsehargo a contract obligation Juno 12 Storm, Hampton Itoads.... S;;.0f"),ti the Sherwood bill will add Juried by automobiles throughout colling tho for tlio payment of dollars Juno 21 Drowning accident, at Pen- expenses of tho Government, to tho ACTIVE MAN IN EACH L0GALITY tho dato of this writing WANTED 1U country up to with money worth only W cents on the sacola, The Golden Rule, statement coming This extraordinary was 3,32i. Tho casualties In Chicago To Join this Society. Sick, accident. 21 Explosion on steamer City dollar. Tho mere prospect of prophHero is tho Golden ltulo as It has Juno was based office And introduce our hilled and 101 Injured, as death benefits. ecy that Government iredltois would from tho Pension 20 wero of St. Joseph, Memphis, Tcnn.. by various brandies upon complications shown to have been been Interpreted Honibcrfiulps. All or spare time. $50 Incompared with U Killed and D77 to roeelvo wilier dollars 20 Collapso pumping station bo compelled Juno of the human family. to $300 a month. Every Mombtr seutterly without merit. It has been The entlro number in payment of their claims stirred the 30 jured last year. roof, Buffalo, N. V Do as you would be done by. Percured elves you a steady monthly inconclusively by General demonstrated durof fatalities at homo anil abro.ul 13 Dynamite explosion, of tho nation into frenzied financiers July at sian. come. Ezperlcnco not needed. Write Sherwood by computation mado from ing the yonr was 11I.32S, which does for plans. Box Grand Junction, Colo Do not that to a neighbor wlilch Covington, Ky. tho official lecords of tho War Departnot Includo fatalities In sports and July 10 Mlno explosion, Sykesvlllc, you would take ill from him. ment, that tho total Increase of ex durliif holidays. Pa pense resulting from the Sherwood Jollet Steel What you would not wish done to Aug. IS Explosion, bill as passed by the House of BOOKKEEPING ' Reward for Willoughby. Works yourself do not do unto others. utlafttt Plinnnapanhv could not exceed . sn.oitf.irt'j Aug. flro at Ely, Nev.. .. Commonwealth of Kentucky, Execu TYPEWRlTINGani whllo under tho provisions of tho oriOno should seek for others tho hap Aug. 25 Theater ranle, Cannons-burtive Department 'Whereas, It lias been TELEGRAPHY ginal bill as introduced In the House, piness I'a mado known to mo by the Jiulso of tho nlLlUn HifR UTrllUSINEISCILlElE ono desires for one's self. dcnjlng tho benefit of Its provisions August 2S Storm at Charleston, Ohio County Court that Martin Wll l!1,iV?"11l,,.hM T"""' P,rlmeVn nwrrtn'tlU Uuddhlst. to soldleis having an Income of S1.M1 S. C. B!n,J!SSiV5.&?tfSqaBrSli:" loushby stnnds charged In Mid county IIo sought for otheis tho good ho per year, tho Increaso of expenditure The same relief is ready for you. would not with manslaughter and Js now a fugl- - """WU.BUH U. UMITU, LaiBtoB, Ky. desired for himself. Lot him pass on. Sept. 2 Drowning accident at Tolo-dexceed JSo.lMyjuO. O Egyptian. tlvo from Justice, going at largo; nnd Are you sure you do not need it? NO ECONOMY IN OTIIEtt MATTERS. All things whatsoever yo would that Sept. 2 Mlno accident, Dutte.Mont. When as. Tlio said Judge Jias If Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy helped objection to tho Sher- men should do chief "Tho Hotel fire, ut Juneau, Alasthat a reward bo (offered for unto you, do jo even Sept. THE Charles Holmes, why won't it help wood upon tho charge so to them. Christian. bill Is based ka tho apprehension of sild fugltlvo; SEWING you? that It calls for an extravagant expendam, Austin, Pa. Now Know Ye, That by vhtuo of tho Let nono of jou treat his brother Sept. SO Hurst MACHINE "I was troubled with heart disease, diture of public money, nnd violates In a way ho himself would dUUko to Oct. 21 Mlno explosion, Hlbcrnla, authority vested in mo by law, I do hero OF and after reading about Dr. Miles' tho promlso of economy in tho admin- bo ticated. Mohammedan. N. J by offer a reward of Ono Hundred DolQUALITY Heart Remedy, I (rot a boltle. istration of tho government. In Chchnlls, Wash... Tho truo lars for tho nppicheiiston of tlio said lulo of life is to guard Nov. I cot the Heart Remedy I had already shown that to und do by tho things of ollicrs as Nov. 9 Mlno fire, Punxsutavvney, "Sir, I havo Martin Willoughby und his delivery to to sit up most of the night, and felt pay nn honest debt, or to follow tho they do by their own. Hindu. very bad at my stomach. Whatever NOT Pa tho Jailer of Ohio county. common Instincts of humanity by car-lu- g The law Imprinted on tho hearts of Nov. 11 Cyclone, Itoclc county Wis... SOLD I would cat made me feel worse, and In Testimony Wliereor, I liavo hereunmy heart beat very fast. But thanks for tho defenders of tho republic all men Is to lovo tho membeis Vivien, to set my hund nnd causa the seal of UNDER of Nov. IS Mlno explosion, to Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy, I am ANY In their old nge, is not an extrava- society as themselves. 1 toman. W. Vn to bo hereunto aftho Commonwealth all right now. I eat good, sleep OTHER gance and violates no pledge of econoNov. 29 Fire In Topaujo Cunyon, To tlio foregoing wo might add: fixed. good, and feel like a new roan, NAME. my In government. Cal Kick no other man's davvj; around Dono at Frankfort this Krd day of I am almost 68 j ears old. I "Hut, sir, this cry of economy In If you aro unwilling that your have been a soldier in the late war March, 1512. own Dec. 2 Boiler explosion, Avalon.Pa. WARRANTED FOR ALU TIME. governmental cxpcndltuies has a now dawg should bo kicked. of the rebellion, and was badly Dec. 6 Full of building, IndianapJAMES D. McCItnAUV, Mlssouilan. If you purchase thoNKW HOME you will wounded." CHARLES HOLMES, and stiango sound. It has been selolis, Ind Dy tho Governor. Cast not your hat into a ring into unvo a life riiset ut tho price you pay, and will Private Co, B, 54th N. V. Infantry during dom hoard tho past twelvo which not huvo an endless chain of repairs. C. I'. CKECUUUg, ou nro unwilling to permit Dec. 9 Mlno explosion, Brlcc, Tcnn. DO Volunteers, Walton, Delaware Co, yeais, whllo tho expense's of govern- another to cast his hat, Itoosevclt. Tlio following tublo gives tho loss of Secretary of .State. KY. ment havo nenily doubled and climbed ' Lovo your neighbor's W. I.. QCiaEU, wife if yoa Ilfo resulting from dtsaslcis of vailous Q" ii ii Ass't. Sec'y. of State. Remedy up to tho cuounous flguio of a thous- aro willing that your neighbor should kinds In this country d urlng 1911 as Dr. and million do'lars a year, roportcd by telegraph and tlio local lovo your wife. New York Smalt Set. is kept in thousands of homes as a "It was not heard In connection with Let only him who Is willing to Uo columns of tho public press. You will look a good whllo before you Drownings .. C.020 Electricity .. lfu find a better medieino for coughs and friend always to be relied upon in tho appropilatlon of hundicds of mil- lecalled advocate tho recall. Tafi. lions of dollars for tho Panama Canal, 1TC colds than Chainboi'Jalii'a Cough Remedy. s mm lUt LislitnliiK .. Fires time of need. nor has it been Insisted upon during Call Tho Republican oXric?, phono Mines ., .. ., 931 Asphyxiation 177 It not only gives relief It cures. Try If the first Sold by all Druggists tho tlmo that the of tho 123, whon you have an IWm of nxjws. Cyclones and Elevators .. .. IS It when you liavo a cough or cold, and your money bottle falls to benefit, nation havo been contilbutlug a half TI1I9 favor will bo appreciated (a returned. Ask any Druggist. by other storms IS! Automobiles. ..7V2 you are certain to bo pleased witli the If you want a sowluif machine, write fer) billion dollars or moro in carrying out tho publLahors and by Uw patrons 01 Explosions prompt euro which it will effect. Tor our latist catalogue before you purchase. 223 MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, In. I tho work of subjugating tlio Philippine tlw lupoir, tn Tiro number of persons seriously In. saje by all dealers. 27tf. lo., Orange, Mas. POOR MEN FOUGHT FOR THECOUNTRY Business At In a Rro.it crimdo notion nml rculteil lionor, wjilch In behalf of tlio nntlonn.1 was at onco grotesque nmt tragic. On stump every nml throiiRli tho great tlio newspapers It was declared that payment of n Jut debt In depreciated money was tlio nemo of national pr-fldy. PRINCIPAL - ? DISASTERS - Stayed zil Explosions and Fires Cause Greatest Loss. 1 ." "","""7 dnti,t, ? ..- :. s I i hut-Icu- id 1 1 1 1. horror-stricke- ulr-ho- ld nt 19-- Plro JAMES & CO., - 11 g, Pirst Class Liveryman Centertown, TRANSFER Kentucky. TRAINS, -- the-tim- e rv pork-barre- SPECIAL Campaign Offer until The Louisville Daily Evening Post THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN e, -'iro l.0. 23-- l'lrc 'S -l'iro nt The Hartford Republican nt Hartford. Ky. 21-- I'lro JI-20- Qro-cTa- n. "I am all right now, thanks to Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy." Itepre-sentativ- es Chi-nes- e. 21-- Laita v oC1 i g, o, rocom-mend- 1 NEW He-fo- Flro HOME Mile' Heart s te 4.V"" jtrn,fcfc. ' m f"r N maacFM FLAME I WHY MARRIAGES AREJAILIIRE Underlying Reasons of Divorces Given. True Happines Comes Only When by LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE m.USTRAT.OiSBY ELWWOKfHOTHG COWrRtCHTl)0) iSy ICUlSSstPH MMMiMMBHnBMIMl - V; I CHAPTER XVI. zvxivmitx mswT'our turn comes !. son, yo may step out." last, Xs&yvsZfKfo&i iath. ' 1 Man and Woman Earn in Proportion to Ability. divorces, all unhappy mnrrlngcs and all resulting evils will problem bo found the fundamental universal debased upon tho almost Underlying and a woman who live on tho earnings of a man Is scarcely much stronger or better In the final analysis than a man who ilus on tho earning"! of n woman. True happiness will only como when both tho man and the woman earn each In proportion to their ability, nnd wlso woman tho wlso mnn and tho will havo a clear understanding as to tho earning rapacity of each other entering upon tho serious affairs can bo no life. Thero of married love, nnd thero is no love where thero la no respect, and there can bo no respect whero dependence falls upon ono or upon the other of a trvarrlngo cou-- ti Rheumatic Pains quickly relieved Sloan's Liniment is good for pain of sort It penetrates, without rubbing, through the muscular tissue right to the Done rencvesinc congestion ana givc3 permanent as.well as temporary relief. any A. W. Lay of Lafayette, Ala., writes; " I had rheumatism for five years, I tried doctors and several different remedies but they did not help me. I obtained a bottle of Sloan's Liniment which did mc sb much good that I would not do without it tor anything." Thomas L. Rice of Easton, Pa., have used Sloan's Liniwrites: for rheument and find it BaBF matic pains." Mr. G.G. Jones of Baldwins, L.I., writes: "I lure found Sloan's Lin- lmcnt par excellence. I have used it for" broken sinews above the knee cap caused by a fall, and to my great satisfaction I was able to resume my duties in less than three weeks alter the accident." lc-fo- ro Here's Proof. act. Tho whole scliemo of domestic relationship nnnows Itself down to tho fair, flank and tquttablo meeting of tho the financial obligations Incurred, sharing of expenses nnd the facing of develop tho economic Issues ns they during tho term of tho contract. Tho question of marriage Is simply a question of income. Wo nro nil creatures of emotions, passion nnd desires. Tho theme of love Is a natural element In tho human sou,l; it is not a foreign germ that has to bo Injected cultivated, it is Into the body nnd nlrendy in the soul and only nwnlts to be aroused. There Is no reason why we should lovo on tho ono hand not combine with tho Income power on the other, normal keeps the providing society man within illmlts. if a girl h earning, For Instance, say $10 a week, and is in contact with who aro earning $J0 a normal men week, why then she will pick out tho kind of man sho likes, he the kind of ho likes, woman and they will have reasons for coming together and liv They ing together. both aro equally capable ot earning sufficient for their are Individual needs, and therefore Thh other. not dependent on each Is what seems to bo perfectly normal. hard Hut then ngaln, It is indeed who is earning only to blame a girl S3 a week who is itossessed of good figure and Is generally looks, good pleasing to tho eye for selling herself capable of She Is rtpt for SlW.CiO). support herself to earning enough has to bo supported. and therefore The normal girl and tho normal man who nro both capable of earning their think of these own living do not things. w-- e ' At midnight tho muezzin In n neighboring tntnarot turned his fnco to tho .windswept sky nnd summoned tho faithful to prnyor nnd meditation. O'Rourko pulled thoughtfully nt his plpo until tho muslcnl, melancholy wall had been whipped away by tho breath of tho khnmsln, and thero was silence save for the dull, heavy roaring overhead. Then ho resumed tho conversation where it had been interrupted. "And yo say yo lovo tho young woman, Danny?" "I do thnt, yer honor." ' "And yo would marry nor?" "Wld ycr honor's constat I'm ready, Bor." ner "I bless tho banns. Yo may havo on ono condition." "Aw-w?- " out" ycr honor knows yo enn count "Sure, on mo to tho Inst breath in mo, sor." "Then yo'll como with mo to Bur-mah- "I'vo need of yo, ns I've pointed When society of women. financially indeshall mako women politically Independent pendent, nnd personally Independent of their hus bands, nnd of other men, tho divorce (To be continued.) problem solved, the will havo been a placo of perpet homo will become Why he was late. ual penco and tho family will reah "What made you so Into?" Its highest estate. "I met SnillliMiti." ago when Tho tin. passed Woll.tlmt Is no reason why you should normal women wero ."...tiiiilly, or oven bo nn hour Into Kcttltiff Homo to supper.' In theoiy, dependent upii nun for a "I know, but I asked lilm how ho was living. This is prove 1 by H)0 vast fcclliiK. and be Insisted on telling mo and growing army of 'ilf supporting about his stomach trouble." women of all ages In all part) of the "Did you tell 1dm to tnko Cluunber-laln'- a world and In all manner cf occupa "What for?" demanded the Scot, advancing. "To recolvo payment, with interest, for that blow ye gavo me this evening, mo man. Put up your bands. I'm going, in your own words, Mr. Dennlson, to hnmmcr the fear of Ood into as cowardly and despicable a pair of scoundrels as I've ever encountered. And," refloctlvcly, "I've met a good many. Dut most of tho others wero Men." all "I first-cla- ss pendence SLOANS LINIMENT is an excellent remedy for sprains, bruises, sore throat, asthma. No rubbing necessary you can apply with a brush. At mM dmalera. SOo. $100- Sloan's Book on Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Poultry sent free. Address Price, 25o., Tablets?" "Sure, that Is wjint all dealers. He needs." Sold by tion. ' Dr. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. lips what ye've been through nnd what more yo must go through 'with before ye've won? Will I bo comln', is ut? Fnlth, I'll go whether yo want mo or not." "And afterwards yo can como back 4 ,to Miss Psycho horo, or whatever her name may bo." "Ylss, yer honor, nnd thank yo kind-ily.- " . . . Abruptly Danny started ,up. "They'll bo comln' now, sor," ho 'Bald In an excited whisper. "I'm think-lln- ' I hoar tbim blundhcrlng down tho lalley." Ho turned toward tho rear of the Ihouso, and as O'Kourke rose to follow Ihlm, the signal sounded on tho metal Idoor. Danny quickened bis steps, nnd Ih he disappeared his master slipped quietly into tho shadows beneath the loverhanglng gallery. From this point lot seclusion bo could hear distinctly the Jar of the bolts as Danny opened the iron door, followed by his hoarse Iwhlsper: "Whist! is ut ycrsllves. mow?" Hole's voice answered him huskily: "Who the bell else would It bo? Let us in, you damn' harp." The door creaked upon its hinges; (.and was cautiously closed. The bolt! Footsteps shuffled rattled again. lowly, as of men heavily burdened, lover tho floor of earth. Then, while lO'Rourke gathered himself together, e (exultation in his heart, and the of revenge sweet In his mouth, (two cloaked figures scuffled into the beneath Kurtyard, breathing hard drug. of smuggled ' Holo promptly dumped his share of tthe load down upon the bench and Swung upon Danny. "Where's he demanded, evidently in as ugly a mood as be could muster. "Where is 'o? Stop standln' there nd starln' with yer balmy trap open, er " That will be about enough," sug gested O'Rourke pleasantly, in a conversational tone, stepping from bis "Don't call place of concealment. .names, Hole yo're too near your God ye have ono, which I misdoubt." In the clear, bright starlight the in bis hands were plainly evident; and one stared the captain in the eye; one covered the head of the Pelican's bus-pecti- n I I fore-jtnst- "Do you think, sor, I could slnpo of nights, after hearin' from your own '" S KENTUCKY HAS FIELDS OF PHOSPHATE True Worth of Natural Phosphate Recently rlt first sharply, "save and except to put your Bo don't delay, Mr. Dennlson; I've never known mo temper to be shorter." Holo began to -- splutter excitedly. "Save your breath, ye whelp!" O'Rourke counseled him curtly. "Ye'll have need of it before I'm done with ye." He added: "Search and dis. arm them, Danny." Tho servant set about his task with alacrity; it is safe to say that he left not so much as a match in the pocket of either. While be was about it, Hole, with his eyes steadily fixed upon the unwavering muzzles of O'Rourke's revolvers, managed to master his emotion enough to ask coherently: "What are you going to do with us?" "Ye'll see In good time," returned O'Rourke grimly. "Have ye found it, Danny?" Danny backed away from Hole, whom be bad searched after Dennl-'so"At "Yisi, sor," be returned. least, I think so. Is this ut?" "I can't look at this moment, Danny. Is it a leather bag with something bard inside, the aize of a hen's egg, or a bit larger?" "The very same, yer honor." t "Very well," O'Rourke suppressed' the tremble of relief In his voice. "Put it in your pocket, Danny the very bottom of your pocket Did ye And a gun on either ot them?" "One on each, sor." "Loaded?" "Ylss, sor." "Then cover them, Danny," For Unuelt O'Rourke put down his pistols and cafcaly stripped ol his coat, rolling up his sleeves. "Hole," he said, tersely, "dent B)ove.U ye do, Danny will puncture officer. "Yo will not A report on natural phosphates of Ken tucky, Issued by Uio Ilureau ot Soil, DeNo Buys: partment ot .Agriculture, Kentucky Importnnco was attached to fields until tho summer of 1905, .when in phosformerly employed n negro phate mines of Ml. Pleasant, Twin., discovered a deposit of similar nature while tllKgitiB post holes on tho farm of H. I.. Martin, near Midway, Ky. Tho phosphato area so far examined lies in Woodford, Fayette, Scott and thorbut most Jossnmine counties, properties Ho In oughly prospected vicinity of Woodford county, in tho Midway. grade phospliates Samples of high havo been tnfcen from the farm of it. half miles south D. Steel, two and n half farm, of Midway, Ky.; Cogar mile south of Midway, Ky.; Hlack's farm threo miles northwest of .Midway, Ky.; outside State University grounds, Ky.; Smith's farm, two nnd o Ky.; miles east of Georgetown, half cut six miles south ot Lexington, Jessa-mln- o county, Ky. Tho Kentucky phosphato region forms part of tho great Cincinnati anticline a extending from Nashville, Tcnn., in northeastern direction through Ijcxlngton Ky., almost to Cincinnati. South of this city it dlildes Into two broad doinos, one culminating near Nashvlllo and tho other In Jessamine county, Ky. The report says that ns n distributWest, Ken ing point for tho Middle better situated than tucky is much question Tennessee, and It Is only a phosphate when Kentucky tlmo of move!" said O'Rourke. fields will bo well developed. I.ox-ingto- n, pls-jto- ls hands above your beads. Saves leg of boy. 11 year pld boy would have to loso his leg, qn account of an ugly ulcer.caused by a bad bruise," wroto D. K. Howard, An,uone, N. C. and doctors treatment remedies "All Bucklen's AVnlca failed till wo tried box.'' Salve.nnd cured him with ono Curoa burns, bolls, skin eruptions, piles. m 23c at all druggists. "It seemed thnt my FUEAIC DUCK EGGS. Ky., April rtlclimond, Indian runner duck eggs, on each of which are perfectly formed and full moons, nro tho latest additions to local history pf nature freaks. Tho eggs, which (ire in tho possession of the owner Of the ducks, Mr. Ben Simmons, tho n poultrymnn ono irdjo of city, are attracting wldespeurd this attention, and have been tho means of numerous "curiosity" visitors. Indian runner eggs naturally have a small circle In the end of tho ces, but these eggs In Addition have largo circles upon tho sides which have been well defined as a full moon. !iroo well-know- n. nro successful as doctors. Women as lawyers, preacher., as merchants, nurses, architects and engineers; some contractIn general of them engage ing; 1'hllndtlphla at least one lias city has woman plumber; a western n woman police officer, n Philadelphia theatre had n woman for Its special and officer, thus wo find In every vocation of man a woman making good. It Is against the whole scheme of to hold ono class human development Th'o funda dependent upon another. slavery was In the mental wrong of dependence of tho slave and tho exauthority born of such ercise of tho dependence. Had tho slave received full pay for his services the authority of Ida master would have diminished In exact ratio to this pay, and tho usefulness of tho slave would liavo Increased In the same ratio. Just so with women. Once a woman then shall becomo becomo sho shall becomo thoroughly shall When sho and wholly Independ a fit ent, then she also shall become compnnlon for her logical mate and ground of him on a common meet love and affection, morality where mutual help, mutual Interest nnd every other essential to right living and right thinking como in logical order nnd In mutual sequence. is wholly dependWhere a woman ent on the husband her spirit rebels beshe Is then subdued and finally distasteful nnd comes tho cringing, useless factor In the scheme of human suffers development. Her offspring attitude, to because of this mental the resulting physical deterioration. It a woman shall when then, follows, havo lost her spirit and her pride and she likewise loses the inher charm, tho support of terest, and sometimes a public and becomes her husband chnrge. Taking the mutual attraction for granted a woman norma,l In every respect, and a woman conscious of her her personal attractiveness, secure In seeking Independence, each financial nothing moro than an opportunity to under decent con live a normal life sharing each other's burdens dltlons, each meeting a fairly, nnd equally finanproper sharo of all obligations, cial nnd moral tho contestant source of turmoil and strife within the homo, which may be. summarized in tho sinwholly eliminatgle word "money," ed. has her own Income, Tho woman tho man has his own Income, and thero partners, dealing fairly one with like The expenses uro shared, the other. by tlioso as jtliey should be shared, who incur them, and njl of their tlmo Is devoted to the carrying out of their veatures, yielding to several economlo necessary to the each tho Increments happiness of both. Suci a situation breeds confidence, wocommands respect, builds up the man, strengthens tho man, and makes for all that Is best In the strengthening of society. The marriage relationship Is In Jaw rlc'it and. In fact a contract perfectly proper, but ,tho two and cntlroly pressed, they become subordinate and shapes their whole this subordinate lives. income. Love Is tho socializing of Sexual, impulse Is an inherited (sentiment and should not be called by the tltlo of love, nor should it be made tho basis of marriage. As soon as you Impulse with income combine sexual earning capacity then you have The way set up a ual impulse marriage. Ladies! $aTe Money and - Style by Reading McCall' Keep in MCALLS MAGAZINE Magazine and Using McCall Patterns McCall'1 Macula will parties to this Bhould or any other contract mar-rlag- I CASTORIA Gtilirn Cry FIR FLETCHER'S bargain posbest tho mako e In the sible, always being fair. offers contract the woman much, gives much and has every right under the law to demand much and to get all sho can. wrong for a man to It Is entirely give all and get nothing, Just as It Is entirely wrong for a woman to ceoso to be an economlo factor In the scheme of life as soon as, she becomes a pauper, A dependent Is a wife. whether she be ruade wife or widow. to prevent divorce is to new ideal of marriage. Sexwill never mako for happy The combining of tho capacity will, however, permanent instead mako the group of the Individual and will ,put tho want to do with the mar family on a sound basis. What of riage and divorce question is to keep By Simon B. Patton, Trofessor political ecanomy at Pennsylvania Uni condition, and people In a normal those who are not In this condition versity. must be brought back. Just as soon as you get people away from the normal state you mako ono set ot people slaves of another set. This means the decreasing of our Innatures and or emotional tellectual breaking down of social standtho ards. of the girl who Wo have ppokno Is lacking in ability, or in opportunity herself. to support to earn enough of tho girl wh.o is Now we speak to kept at homo with certain duties Income-makin- g no perform, but abpower. This sort of woman Is solutely dependent on a man who has g power to satisfy the her wants Wo educate a woman to spend a year, whereas she lias an power of only $300. When she faces llfo sho theref6re has to choose between the man whom sho may love but who cannot earn she cares nnd the man the $1,500, little about but who can provide the luxuries. necessary means for such Just as long as wo havo women who taught to have an earning aro not capacity wo aro going to have many many cases of this kind. of this problem is Tho man's sldo of Tho young man quite different. that he should today has tho notion consequently ho support a wife, and emplmslzes this fact in himself, often to the extent of deceiving himself. He to any income-earnin- g does not look ho looks to her power In his wife; gets face, her figure, her style, and a great deal of tho Idea, which has good in It and much bad, that women girl ho Tho supported. aro to bo she has the earning marries, unless ot know tho value power, docs not to use It, and In his Incomo or how she becomes dissatisfied most cases with ,the resulting chaos. bo a brighter should Married life In which dovotlon can lo life, a llfo expressed, and fullfllled; but on the bo forced Into It other hand, nobody To got an Income. becauso ithey lock the we must cut down equlUbrum education of women to spend rather must raise their tluin earn, or wo earning power Jo ft higher point. As women io long as men do not wp-n-t earn a living there will bo trouble The only thing a woman has to sell is herself, and If she cannot earn enough to support herself then In most- cases Income-earning Income-makinme-earning help you dress stylishly at a modcrnio expenso by keeping yon postod on tho utcit fashions In clothe? nrd hats. 60 New fashion Dcslens hi each Ismic. Also valuable information on nil homo and per- Only sonal matters. Mc a year. Including a free pattern. Suli- fcrtbo today or send wt enm.nM for frco sauiplo copy. ri McCall Patterns will cnablo you to mako In your own homo, ultliyou'roivn hnnels clolhlnKfor yourself and cbiUlirii which will be perfect iniStylonnd fit. lhlt a?iio hlzher tlia15 cents Send for frco PaTCrn Catalogue W Will Give Yon Ftoe rroarati for potllnff sub fcrlptionsninonoiourfrlcmK ifcnd for frco Premium C.italoRiio and Cash Prizo OITcr. I f THE E!cCAU. COXPANY, 233 to 249 Wot 37la St. NEW YOKC Subscribe for The Republican. STOCK BILLS The most complete line of Stock Cuts in the State. .Any kind of Bill on short notice. Hartford Republican Printing is Better. The she sells herself. It Is a falso doctrine to tell a person to get married and learn to lovo afterward. Lovo cannpt express Itself Just as soon as you without income. get a person on any other basis their feeiuijs are sup- natural and normal The Hartford Republican JOB ROOMS Hartford, - - Kentucky. it' i ,y J Hartford Republican. In. . of the poor counties will have the privi lege of contributing to Ills nalary, even If they nrc compelled to travel through stared Recording to Inw nt the Poatottlc mud hub deep Jrr order to get to tho Barttord, Kr., as mull mutter ot the aecond sheriffs office for that delightful CLEARS LORIMER SECOND TIME C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER EDITOR8 RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER PU?LI8HER8 AND PROPRIETORS. AAdrma all communications to ha Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Rntarrltiera dlrlnR the paper ent ,n n . Sty ole dawg ho ain't no lioun' He's n bull nnd weighs about &5 poiln s, nddrcxf mutt give the olil ndclren In innklnit the With two rows of teoth nnd a plum bnd i truncal. frown, Unaollritril tnnnnncrlptu will not he returned Washington, 1). C, Starch :$. tmlere accnmpnnleil by pnrtape. Nobody ain't Klckln' my dnwg nroun'. Lorlmer, of Illinois, today won an will receive no Anonymous coinmunlcntlon C1TV CORRRSPONDRNT. overwhelming vindication attention. at the hands ot tho special committee of eight SenCERALVO. 733Z.SZ3ZOX73BS. ators who have finished a second In April X Sirs. P. A. Sillier has return-c- d ....... Ovusa'bnrlB.n.cS. vestlgatlon of his election by the Hit from nu extended visit (o her daughJovl1j. nols Legislature In 1CW. ter, Sirs. Zack llocker, SIntnnrns. Twice challenged nnd onto acquitted, Sirs. Hetty Adcock, Nelson, visited her miDAY, APRIL c. by n vote of five to the committee, father, Sir. Tom Barnard, Satimlaynnd three, on all vital points completely Sunday. exonerated him of nny knowledge of the Sllss Ida Barnard who Is attending legislative corruption.'' school nt Hartford, was at home SaturEdward Hines, the millionaire AN EASTKR CUUED. lum day. berman, referred to In the investigation Sirs. 0!llo Fulkcrson, Clenton, visited as "tho man who put Lorlmer over,' I trust In the lUlnrr God, Fathrelatives here Saturday nnd Sunday. Owensboro Inquirer Sued for nlso got a vindication by the commitresenting the residents along the I.lver- - plow this spring. Tho farmer's can't er Almighty, JIaker of heaven and Sir. and Sirs. Uils James nnd little mnro load form the Inters, i lion of the sow their emts, nor plant potatoes, fortee. It had been charged that Hlnos sons, earth nnil of all thinrjs ami crea$10,000. I'olnt rieasant, visited relatlxes Hartford ami Ownsboio rond to I.lttlo mers nrc going to be very Into hero. tures lslblo anil invisible. I trust Clerk raised a corruption fund of JUni,XXi to hero fonio da s ago. Suit has been filed In Circuit No Creek bridge met with tho Klical The Democratic primary Is now atwhlto law nnd x Barrass' off leu by Attorneys Ernest Wood elect Lorlmer to tho Senate. The maIn tho kindness of his Sir. Rlbert Brown has returned from Court and presented a petition guar- - fhout. Will eomo off Slnrch K, lDIi the Boodncsa of Ills work. I will n ward and Otto C. Martin for their cli- jority repudiated that nnd passed a rc-- o Tennessee. aiitoelng nt least M,M"J toward building They have some wiirm family fights as lutlon that the evidence had shown that strlvo to love him nntl keeii h!s Cromwell, ent T. Wade Stmtton, of a pike ro.id th.U dUtnnce If the court thcre nro but few Republicans here. If law nnd see his work while I live, x against the Owensboro Inquirer for ?!(,- - ho did not raise or contribute any stun Will MeeTat Narrows. would nsslst theni with the remainder. one halt they say Is true thcro Is not Improperly. I trust in the nobleness of human v uOO for alleged libel. The Ohio County Green River Tobacco The matter was dlfcused by the Court a man hi the rnco that Is fit for nn ofFINDINGS OP COSISHTTCn. nnture. In the majesty of it factil x" Several weeks ngo Sir. Stratton, Jio Groweis Association will meet at Narnnd finally voted to postpone action up fice. ties, Uie fullness of Its mercy, nnd x a prominent business m.ui and postmaster The majority held that no new rows, Ky., at 10, o'clock n. m. Siiturdiij on the mutter until June 1. A committee had been adduced to Justify a April C. the Joy of Its love. And I will x of Cromwell, was in Hnnslllo, Ind., oil Thcro Is one thing they do In Ark.ms.iH R. G. KlRin, l'res. consisting of II. S. ChntmV'rlalu, They tn the people1. Wo only pny 12 31 strlvo ito loe my neighbor as my- - x business, and ns lie was : riving in the revel sal of tho Senate's previous action John A. Jedinson nnd Judge J. 11. self, nnd even when I cannot will x the city two detectives walked up to In Senator I.orlmer'H favor; that there on tho I1COW worth of property bewldrs Awaiting was appointed to Investigate all tn.it the iMill tn and a special cattle tnx of act ns If I did. I will not Kill or x him nnd placed him under arrest, claim- was no evldene'e of a Jackpot In the No new dovedopment Jme tnkeMi place ters pertaining to building the pike and ten ents on tho head. We have somo x hurt any living creature needless- - x ing that Sir. Stratton was wanted ot Illinois General Assembly of Utfl In at tho oil field a few miles nlinvu Hurt-for- d rciort nt .the meeting named. x ly, nor destroy any beautiful thins, x Leltchfleld, Ky upon paternity char connection with his election and, flatly, Und features and seimo good ones hero since last week, as the management x but will strive to save and com- - x ges. Tho officers asKod him If ho did that no torrupt practices had been shown M they do In other places. Is waiting for a charge of x fort all Kcntlo lite and guard nnd x not go by the name of Newman Durbln, by the Investigation. Letter from Arkansas. Wishing tho Iti'publlcnu nnd Its rend-cr- s to arrive from OaKlnnd City, Ind., on x to which Stratton repjled that lie did beauty x perfect ail natural The case will bo squarely leforo tho IS. W. COX. success. Wnlcott, Ark.. Slarch ZZ, 101.'. wedl will Iw "shot." when the x earth. I will strho to raise my x not Know It If ho did, and that there-mus-t Senato probably next week when n high IMItor Hartford llepubllcnu, Tho company Is .still in very x own body and soul dally Into all, x Nelth r be some mistake about the arrest. protracted debnte.wl'J begin. Harftrd, Ky. hopes about the dKeoveiy of oil, und Farm for Sale or Rent. x the higher powers of duty and hap- - x The officers said they were sure they side has nuuli a thorough canvass of t'ie Health Is veiy good In this community nlready wo can seo the efficts of the plness, not In llvallsh or conten- - x had the right man, but It was soon situation. Republican leaders point out Tor sale or rent, good river bottom considering tho rough winter. We h.ive boom, nnd people nie being attracted to tlon with others, but for the help, x found that they had nnde n mistake. that there will be about twenty-seve- n U. S. CAUSON, Hartford on account of It. I'rof. J. II. had bad weather since November. T'ie farm. delight and honor of others and for new cenatois to vote on tho case, in and had arrested tho wrong man, for Hartford, Ky. ground hns not been dry enough to Kt3 Gardner, assistant stato geologist, who the Joy and peace of my own life. to those who have already one of Sir. Stratton's acquaintances came addition visited tho field last week, has sent an JOHN I'.U.SKIX. voted on substantially the saiiio thnrg. . a'ong nnd Identified him. nnabsls of the oil, which shows upsplcn action Is said by Sir. Stratton that tho 'The basis of the committee's It didly. xXXXXXXX pica raised by Lot liner's counsrl Inquirer published a story of this arrest, was the bbi LbKi &" ibbV -- : Tho oil compares well with the Pen claiming lies was really tho man wanted, that the previous action of tho Senate nsylvania oil, ns shown by tho following The late Legislature not only taNed n and on account of this he was dam- bais reconsideration. results: boy's gun but also passed a stringmt fish aged a gre-a- t HOW SIESIIlRRS STAND. deal. The case promises Naptha (Including benzine anil gas law, which we have not yet had an op- to be rather Interesting, and will proba The majority report on tho main oline).. .. IS per cent However, It la bly be tried at the June term of Ohio proposition portunity to eamlne. will bo signed by Senators Kerosene II cent , The corn crop fooled lots of farmers safe to say that It will prevent those Circuit Court. Dillingham, Gamble-Fletcher, Johnston Lubricating oil 27 per cent last year. who are fond of a dish off resh water and Jones, and tho minority by gcifcrtor 11 per cent Resldum fish occasionally from having their deMany fields looked cood but fell down Kenyan, Kern and Lva. Senator Jones Thinks It Bad Law. sires gratified, and at the same time on the yield. This was owing to a lack was against Senator Lorlmer on the One of tho woist bills passe-- by the 1U0 extend the amusement features of the of available Potash, for Potash is primarily reversed In Kentucky Legislature, the dying first investigation. Today he The gravity is 32 Baune, which is very City Fishing Club, In whose a producer of grain. interest his position nnd presented three of the hours of the session, was that making high indicating a higher nil than the Your corn must hae enough quickly available the law was undoubtedly enacted. Be- It unlawful leading resolutions to exonerate Lorlmer. deto purchase, procure or average Indiana or Illinois oils. Potash to produce d ears as well at stalks. The sides It furnishes a ?2,u00 Job for some The contention of the minority mem liver alcoholic liquor In "drj'f territory. A corn f rrtlllirr should contain nt least 8 Folata white oil distillates are very clear and faithful Democrat. 10 no mallrr In what form the fHlllir In This measure. If successfully If enforced. bers will be that .tho Senate passed bright. llr lill'lT used. Kalall. 73 to lOO lbs. per acra. drilled In with of the former ad Iba aead. will keep away cutworms and root Ilea. will prevent a man Jn a dry county upon the eiuestlon Every Taft lctory any where In tho It your dealer can't furnish brands rich enough In Potash judication when it ordered the present and won't carrr fotash halls ao you can supplement lour United States, Is featured by the demo- from procurrlng whiskey for medicinal Fiscal Court Meets. (table manure or streoEtbe-- tbo brands be docs carrr. nto purposes and prevent a friend from Investigation, and that If cratic papers with big headlines, while The April term of fiseal court began io ui iur prices. were to prevali It should have bevui upon the other hand if a district Is car- sending and bringing him whiskey, even amount from at at the court house Tuesday afternoon Ktm!cXrf&5zMAcM r mm" Tymrn Wc will sell direct In anr lor tree book of wi n"nrr rrrrrr i"i nmtri before a second exhaustive Investigation bait up. Unto ried by Col. Roosevelt the chances are If necessary to save the Jife of himself County Judge Wedding present and icriiurer lormuiat and direction. was begun. They with at a cost of JM.OOO, that the fact Is not even mentioned. or members of his family. It is needGERMAN KALI WORKS, be. the following magistrates: J. L. Patton. say It will not be successfully contend that the new Investigation was This Is true also with some of our Re- less to Caatiaaatal Wdf Bakiatara Grant Pollard, Thomas Sanders, SI. C. ordered largely because the former Moaadaock Black. CUun It is one of those laws that publican papers. Tho Louisville Herajd. enforced. Cook, J. C. Jackson, J. H. Miles. O. K. Whitney Central Bank Building, Naw Orleans committee had not made a full Investifor instance, has never yet found out cannot be enforced among Scott and B. S. Chamberlain. who will not submit to .the surren gation and the country demanded all that a concntlon has been held In the One o'f the Important features of this the facts. beState of Oklahoma, and a week after It der of their personal rights simply session has been the ordering of a neighbors paper cause a majority of their occurred two editorials In that bridge to bo constructed across Card of Thanks. Prohibition in spoke of the coming primary In Oklaho- may exact It of them. Muddy creek below Hartford. Tho bridge The wife and relatives of Wm. V. course, ma. A"o do not fully understand the In- Kentucky Is taking its usual will be of the latest design and will be terest which our Democratic friends are and we may yet sec, before It culmi- Plrtle, wish to extend their most earnest completed by September 1. friends, taking in the selection of the Republican nates In the Inevitable repudiation, tho appreciation to the neighbors, Yesterday morning a committee rep- unless they have some privacy of tho homo invaded and ths Slaccabees, and all who so kindly asstandard bearer, o sideboard and tho medicine chest sisted them In the la&t Ulnss of their decided preference. We are going to assist the mothers, sisters and wives loved one. searched. Courier-Journa- l. of our readers in improving their home surroundings by deEvery Republican, who lias the InterTHE FASIILY livering positively FREE six One est. of his party nt heart, should be at of good heavy Hartford, Ky Slarch 30, VA2. 4. BUSHES, and we want everychoice EVERBLOOMING ROSE tlve Court House In Hartford tomorrow one who reads this advertiseHorses sale. afternoon nt one o'clock nnd tnko part ment to take advantage of our offer. The plants we have BIACK & BIRKHEAD. In the mass convention, which Is to selected are strong bushes which will produce elect delegates to attend the Stu,te Congreat masses of beautiful flowers through the entire growing 39 Our Correspondent Writes, SALFM. vention at Louisville and the congrets-lon? season. Slarch 26. Quito a crowd of sorrowing district convention at Bllzanoth-towK friends and relatives meet at Cane Run Do not stay away ond then These excellent roses consist of the Etoile de France.red; the action of tho convention if It church Tuesday to pay their last tribdocs not go to suit you. It is a jhardshlp ute of respect to Sir. Ira Wilson, who 4. My Maryland, pink; Kaiserin Augusta Victoria, cre'amy It Is Indeed humiliating to hear It RfgkctM. white; Etoile de Lyon, golden yellow; Clothilde Soupert, CfnpK- upon thoso who live a long Sir. distance died at the home of hjs parents, said of you when trying to do your white and pink tinted; Everblooming Crimson Rambler, from the County seat to bo compelled and Sirs. J. R. Wilson, Slarch 18. Ho catiM. Promptly St your wife, son, five best ut writing n few lines for brightest crimson. to come nil tho way here In order to leaves a father, mother, homo paper. Oh he can't write an thing a candidate brothers and five sisters, besides have a voice In the party's ky Well, lets seo now. but "foolishness.'' for President, and we trust that this host of friends to mourn their Joss. Send us $1.25, within the next ten days and we will exMrs. Rosa SIlss Loiena York, of Haitford, Is v'li- - Thoro are vnrlous subjects and some of will bo the lost time that tho selection . Boyer. 14 21 tend your subscription to The Hartford Republican for one them are deep and scientific upon wile-lthig her sister, SIis. C. A. Wilson. Ave., will bo mado In this manner. A primary Sherman Evanston. 111., year, and the Farmer and Stockman one year.' For your Sir. H. C. Wilson 1ms his dwelling I feel there Is plenty of room for even election In every precinct would give writes: "If any mo to write. For Instance wo w U first V'BSBBBBBBBBBBWv promptness we will send you charges prepaid, the six rose expression of the vpters and mould house about completed. a fair one has reason ', ;&S&BBBBBBBBBBYf to praise Sirs. C. V, Christian who has been on take up tho groat Dorw In subject of Evonot work a hardship upon any one. 4. plants advertised above. Address all orders to It is suretho sick list for some time Is Improv- lution, from monkey to man. As to the 4. ly myself. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, 0 The next meeting of the County Good ing. monkey, I heartily agree with Sir. Dor-wi"Last spring 49 I became so Roads Club should pass a resolution de As to Evolution, after a eareful . Q. Wilson und little Sir. and Sirs. J. Ky. run down from nouncing the Into Legislature for Its failure giand daughter, Christine, wero the serious ef tlw look around me, I find but very little ling-erlto enact any legislation whatever in the guests of 31 r. fects of a If nny. In some cases "as for Instance,'' USE THIS COUPON IN ORDERING ROSES Sam and cold, that 4, interest of good roads. It turned down Roslne Sunday. In the above mentioned critic, there has several com49 Date the proposition to furnish state aid for Sir, Cecil St. Clair and wife plications unithave been none at nil, or at least not enough ' ed In pulling 4. The Hartford Republican, building roads, but created an pfficc to obmoved to Sir. Lonnlo Urown's, wlwro to be noticed by tho most critical me down. I 4. be known as State Road Engineer, at a Sir. St. Clair will muko Hartford, Ky. could neither 4, a crop this year. server. Then thcro Is "Spring" plenty saalry ot $2,C00. We dp not know just Sir. J. A. Stogner has purchased for :. VBKBBBBBBBBxi I eat nor sleep wh!ch extend my ?c,0feiundu" ' 'a ' a of room still left on this subject well, and lost Republican for one year, and the what benefit this officer can be ito coun- new phonograph. a,ll the great and smaAl writers and poets and Farmer and Stockman one year from the date now spirit ties which have no roads and no money Success to the Republican and all of of every capacity. "Now watch my smoke lMimBfe.rfx .'.ajMBBBBBrK yXSjl I "I fl n a lly my mailing tag. For my promptness, send meshown on with which to build them. Of course Its readers. when earth's Icy mantlo has Ikeen wovfree of tried Peruna charge your six Everblooming Roses. the wealthy eountits, which are engaged and It did en Jnto a carpet of verdue rivaling the wonders for In building roods, nnd which have a fund My name is For onJy I2..05 you can Beit tPhe Kaleidoscopic (note that word) granme. la two purpose may use this high sal- pan 'whden ojxpoars tor that weeks I waa deur of old oceans Emerald. When myla tibia' like My address is aried individual to assist In laying out Republican,, The Fanmar & riad millions ot sivowflakes nave been tin. Rsm Bsysr. oersoa. another and 1b the grade' work, &c., for their 'new Stockman,' Tke FtntpkN Mairtlhily. erne transmuted into seas of April blossoms, a monta I felt better than I ever sad , ! New or old subscriber? roads, but he will be of no benefit what- year acb audi a full rfae 16x20 uray-tx- a everywhere 'neath natures elements in before. "I thank Peruna for new lift aad ever to (he poor county, whieih has 1:0 soflafwiment. HU out flhe oou- - peaceful accord. It is then we will don strength. I send you two pictures, so jtoai fund. Well, we forgot the taxpayer 'per. our low cut shoes and spotted socks,and you can Ma what Peruaa has doae for 2Itt. ,. -non' BlTr ss. Lglslnturo tnmlc omo Tho recent tho school laws, but amendments to ether tliry will bo of benefit or not re.i ulns to be seen. The present school particlaw needed amending In many ulars, nnd It may ho that the new enactments furnish the necessary remedies. Among other things, which should be re quired of n County High School, In our estimation, would be a suitable gymnaand sium. All first class Universities Colleges are provided with such departments nnd why not tho County High Schoo's? We nro sure that it will come provided within n few years whether for or not. The body as well ns the snlnd of the pupil will be looked nfter more ond more In future jears by thocwho our nro In charge of tho training of boys nnd glris. An educated nnd trained mind, without the proper physical forces to back It up, can never necpmpllsh the same results In life, nnd It Is Just ns essential to produce good physical con dltlons In the pui.ll as to develop the mental faculties. V Exonerated of Knowledge Of Legislative Corruption. Edward Hines of Vindicated Raising Brib- Charges revel In red hnm gravy .nnd new onions to our hearts content. But enough of this, lets ctomo back to nrtli. Now then among other great nnd Important subjects which we might tnko up Is tho universal favorite Dawg song-th- ls Jlotin (I might sny national hymn) Ins been sung by everything and every body In nl! v.nlks of llfe, all over tho Inltrd Slntes, Canada, Ilrltlsh Coluni-bl- a und a Rood portion of Butler county, and I think needs a rest. So for want of spice, ns well ns tho grcntcrwnnt of Of something to sny, I will close for this time by saving that, Royal BAKINGPOWDER Akmmlutmiy Purm ery Fund. Used and praised by the most competent and careful pas try cooks the world over The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar made from grapes K, P eI-den- li, Nitro-Glycerin- e. H "?M. rt ASH well-fille. V. btlr 'ssmmMXHmikumiuhmamK Anglo-Saxon- s, 'raOTrajjSEgfisBL- - new-Iro- ftftftftJo4ftftftftftftftMft&ftMftftft49 SIX ROSE BUSHES FREE pair for al n. i I crlt-Jcl- LOST APPETITE AND HOPE CfMCtwtf Pmim. r one-year-o- ld The Roses Described. -- luttrtf ft How to Get the Roses I Pe-ru- na S n. ng m $ Hartford. flesh S Vfor sub-senpti- 3 3 . ...i.. irvvvvvvvvvvvwvvwiFwVVfVf ....- - . . j -- ... w I EASTER TOPICS Everybody wants to be well dressed from all over on Easter morning, and wo are tho,people to dress you right. If you be-sure! To doubt us, just come and, see, and we will prove to you that we have the KEAL goods at the correct prices. Now Dres3 Goods, New Slippers, New Hosiery in fact everything new that would make you feel new on Easter morning, Miss Carrie Ruchnnnn, of Paradise, Linen for drerscs, 2T.o n Muhlenberg county, recently visited her 1IAIIXAUD & CO. Mrs T, It. Ilnrnnnl Is visiting friends brother, Mr. O. V. Buchanan and wife, Hartford, routo 7. at Uvcrinore, Hon. G. II, Ukens, riMlatnnt State Aft IJuy 43 Inch Llnwcnvo for graduatloi dltor, of Frankfort, arrived In Hartford Only at llarnard & Co. Saturday afternoon, and looked nfter uu Mr. Albert Oiler, of Heaver Dnm,gao lncss matters hero for a fiw flay. The Republican a ptvnxant call Mr. Orlen Wallneo returned .to ills homo at Mercer, Ky., Monday nfter a Mussrs. W. U. Kills and A. C. Ytlser short visit ,to his mother, Mrs. H. V. wero transacting business at Dundee Barnett. Mr, Wallace's family remained TiKvsduy. for a long vMt. Mr. Louis Hobertson, of Moorman, was When you como to the rtenubllcnn a pteaant caller nt The Republican of Mass Convention of Ohio county at floo Saturday. Hartford Saturday, bring along a doBaseball nnd other reliable sporting llar and renew your subscription to Tho goods of nil kind at Clcvo Iter's. See Hartford Itapubllcnn. his window display. Mr. John H. Barnes, of Heavier Dam, Messrs. J. D. Cooper and Klmon Smith, has returned from Arkonms, wlicrp ho of Fordsvlllc, wero transacting business has loen looking nfter his real esta'o Interests. Ho was accompanied by JuiIro In Hartford, Monday. J. S. Glenn, of this city. I'.cv. A. W. Dod?on, of Olahomn, Is The baccalaureato sermon for tho Hnrt visiting his son, Mr. John Dodson and ford Collego graduates will bo delivered family, of ntnr Sunnydale. Sunday Mny 12 by Elder Hoy L. Brown, If you would enjoy a dish of pure, rich of Bollefontalnc, Ohio, who Is to conduct Ice Cream made from whole Cream, try the Christian revival that commences OHIO COUNTV DUUG CO. that week. Dr. Brown Is a famous evanFor tho man who shaves, tho Durham-Duple- x gelist and the Senior Class is fortunate Stfcty I'Jizor U tho thing. Price In securing his services. 53o. For rale by J. C. Her. St Inch Ture ynrd. J ASM, LaK. BBBH I (sVBL. 'r -- ' iSPPHSR. .HP9r Listen ! We are in shape to fit dJl shapes of men vmiuooauoines. wide built, vHKip Tdnk W For men built long, built short, built w MRS. SARA COLLINS SMITH A lady of large experience, has charge of our Millinery Department. Call and see her. She will be glad to see you, and Thanks. Mrs. C. I. Kconn will return homo Wo deslro to express our heartfelt this week from a visit with rejatlves thanks to all who so kindly and paat Owensboro nnd Fordsvlllc. tiently assisted us during tho Illness Beautiful raster Cards liandsomcly and death of our loved one, Mrs. 8. E. designed nnd Illustrated, con bo purchas- Duke. Wo cannot express our appreed at Ohio County Drug Co. ciation of your kindness nnd ask God's Mr. John Tucker, proprietor of the richest blessing upon you. THE FAMILY. Tucker Hotel at Hcaor Dam, was a pleasant calkr at this office, yesterday. Beaver Dam Victorious. Card of narrow or built anyway, wc Just for remembrance why not send beTho second gamo of basket bn.ll your friends a beautiful Koster Postal tween tho first team of Hartford ColCard? See Ohio County Drug Co's. lege nnd tho Athletics, of Beaver Dam, was played at that place last Saturday Miss Verna Ford, route 4, has returned night, when Beaver Dam defeated our show you much in headwear you to her homo after an extended Islt with boys with a score of 21 to SO. Tho first her aunt, Mis. James T. Davis, Sunny- - game, which was played at Hartford rewill not find elsewhere. Don't forget pays dale. sulted In a victory for the Hartford to trade with a house saves you Miss Mary Tuylor lias r eturned from College team. Both teams played unusuLbulsWUe, where she had lieen the ally hard, and tried their best to win. money. xThe second teams were also scheduled guest of Mrs. Clarence Walker for to play nnd started Jn on tho game when few days. a Beaver Dam player attempted to trip County Attorney C. K. Smith, who. has u Hartford player, so spectators claim, been quite sick for several days at his and tills resulted In the Hartford player homo on Fredcrlca street, Is bettor and In picking up the ball and .throwing It ablo to sit till. In the face of tho Uoaver Dam player. Mr. McIIenry Holbrook, who Is This started a lively "scrap"' among lending school nt Winchester, Ky., by Is the two players, which was joined his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ilow- - spectators from both towns. In time Un Holbrook this week. the than It takes to tell It, h quicker was quieted, but the game was trouble Bev. T. II. Halmaln left Wednesday af not continued. ternoon to attend tho district meeting of the American Society of Eiiulty.whicli SIDNEY LANDON New Cro&setts arrived at Barnard & was held at Owensboro yesterday. Co. Among our callers lost Friday wero Messrs. J. V. Baker, Bender; ,M. A HERE NEXT WEEK Go to U. S. Carson for fresh gro- l'JUDAY, Al'HIl. 5. Faught, and Bev. T. V. Joiner, city eerie. Postmaster U. S. Faught, Centertown. d Havc your new suit Tailored by Messrs. Will Chamberlain and EsImpersonator and Character M. H. ft E. Railroad Time Table & Co., Agents. quires O. E. Scott, JJ. S. Chamberlain at Hartford, Ky. Let The Republican print your ylsltlng and J. II. Miles nnd Mrs. M. L. Heavrln Delineator Wili be 33tf L. time card effective Monday or professional cards. were among The Republican's callers Opera House. Aug, 2lt. Mr. and Mrs. Ws D, .Moore, of Louis- Tuesday. No. 112 North Hound duo 7:19 a. to. ville, were the guest of relatives here Republican When you como to the daily except Sunday. this week. Mass Convention of Ohio county at Sidney Landon Impersonator and charNo. 114 North Bound duo 3:40 p. m. You are Invited to attend The Dr. Ohio Hartford Saturday, bring along u dol acter delineator, will appear at daily except Sunday. lar and renew your subscription to Tho Bean's opera house next Friday night. 116 South Bound duo 8:45 a. nx County Drug Co'.ASoda Fountain OpenNo. Hartford Republican. ing Saturday. .Souvenirs. Harjtford April 12, under direction of daily exoopt Sunday. Among the callers at Tlie Republican College Lyceum Course. By many this duo 1:46 p xu. No. 118 South Bound Mr. Low Is RUoy came hQmo Tuesday dally except Sunday. night from Elkton,Ky.,where he has been office Monday .were: Messrs. S. H. Ogles is thought to be one of the best numOlaton; ber of the entire years course. H. E. MISCHKE Agt attending the. VanderMlt,, Training school by, Centertown; C. D. Bean, ' Mr. Landon aha carefully complied a Hon. J. A. Leach, and P. F. Wcsterflcld for several months. Beaver Dam; and J. P. Shrum, Rochester, program of character sketches which, Mr. Iva Nu.ll has moted his pressing Ky. Dcmt forget RJly's Barber Shop. given In prase, verse and song, ore easiand cleaning - establishment from the ly recognized as true to life. He Is a U. S. Carom has Juit received a WHITE GIRL WANTED-- To cook cloee Griffin pool room to the Nail building student of human nature and an of Sour Pickle fine. and do general housework. Must be apt over Miss Nail's millinery store. of mimic, poaesauig a keen sense steady and reliable. Good home In Kprine llali are sidling fast! Get your humor and a faculty of imparting It to Mr. Andrew Glenn, who holds a pol Ky., and good wages every order In with Mr. Gertrude lieun and others. Uon as bookkeeper for a large firm at week. Call or write The Hartford bo pleased. One of the most Interesting features Dorchester, Va., arrived Wednesday tor Mr. Sam Morton jvas here this week a. visit here with his father, Mr. John of Mr. Landon's work Is that ho make Mm, , from Ccrolvo, the guest of Mr.-nAt a meeting of the directors of tho up the various characters In tho presT. It. Unrnnrd. Butler county Fair Association field at ence of the audience. With a few deft Hon. M. L. Heavrln returned Saturbrush, a few marks with U. S. Carson Is constantly receiving day afternoon from Louisville, where ho Morgantown Tuesday It was decided to strokes of a hold tho fair this 'year on September IV, different colored chaik, a touch of greas best groceries. Tele went Friday to take treatment. newest and the Ills SO and 21. A great many Improvements paint here and tlicro and the attaching phone your orders In. physician reported that Mr. Heavrln was wlU be made on the grounds, track and of a beard or mustaaho and wig, and, was Republican gutting along splendidly, and lie AVlven you oome to the lot the change Is made and not Mr.L&ndo amphitheater. Moss Convention of Oldo county at able to return sooner tlian expected. bufEdgar Allan Poe, a Mark Twain, a A letter lias been received from Ca.pt. Dutchman, the old man from the cross Hartford Saturday, bring along a do Rev. T. V. Joiner, jvastor of tho Methlar and renew your subscription to The odist Church, left Wednesday afternoon James M. DeWcese, who several wcekn roads In Indiana, F. Hopklnson Smith, 'Hartford Republican. bo for Reynolds, Georgia, having been call- ago secured two montlia leave of absence or any other character ho wills to from Ida revenue work at Owonshoro, And more than thin, Mr. Landon impersonof ed to that city on account of the serious Mr. Harlan Tlchenor and family, days condition of his daughter. Miss Mary stating that jie was now at Ban Diego, ate the mannerisms, the Idiosyncrasies, near town, will leave In a few California, and his health improving. Ho tho peculiar tone of voice, the walk; for Eddyvllle, Ky., whero Mr, Tlchenor Joiner, a teacher In the Coleman Insti- expects to return May 1. tute, who was dangerously injured Satur In fact, the entity of tho character ho lias been appointed to a well paying po altlon as clerk In the branch penUen duy afternoon In an automobile acoldent. Albert Edward Wlggam lectured at assume. Probably tlio most laughable number tlary. High. School la beginning the opera house last Friday ruglit, under In Mr. Landon's repertoire Is his DutchLyceum preparations for their commencement q direction of Hartford College EGGS FOR SALE Single Comb B man making a speech before tho South Orpington Cliickens, and Indian Run erclses, which will be hold early In May. Course. .His lecture and "Dollars Is Chicago Democratic Club. It alone The graduates this year are Misses SM- - Sense" was the finest that hps iheen de- 'Ducks. Orpington eggs 75 'cents per Hvntwil hnra ttr a An0 ttttin ami urliHa worth tho price of admission many times .. ....., .. (,... ...... . gel Grey Ford, Mary Carroll ...-- .i eggs 75 cents per 13. Duck Smith, over' to a student of character, '; Gladys Ruth Hlrtea; Messrs. MRS. C. A. WILSON, Itusse 1 scientific, yet was so well discussed Jiut B, Front's character studies In cray D. No. 1, Crtaion, KyJ Cooper, James David Falls, Robert X I his audience kept right MP' with the speak- - A. 3$tf R. F. on are good, In fact accounted the best Call at The Republican office for a? Rusher, Walter Head and Dock J'MIU-i.e- '. of their kind In existence, but Mr. Lonand free saViple copy of the Farmer The Harford Muelo Company has ppn don ha outstripped Mr, Frost in that 'Stockman, which we are offering with It taxej hundrede of individual p,aris ed their music tora In this city and he ha brought the old farmer himself and to make a modern telephone", each of will as soon as possible have in Btook to u and The Republican one year each has made him talk to us and ' jl a ' four rose-- ' or house plant! for 11.25. wnicn IS or SUCh imnertanoa as to cavse a vorv lorira line of nJaima ninnn ntavnn laugh with us. a; Papers free for the asking. uie whole Instrument to become uaeless organs, etc. Mr. M. A. Kaueht. max. John Fox, ''Jr., the famous Kentucky If any ono Is defuctlvA nr Iimvmiu trn iuahm.1 it.nn jiaaij.- - a rkrAv.ni.nH iu 1AL0. writer and author of "Little Shepherd of ken In service: By using Cracraft-LeJc- h manager of the concern and, formerly Farmer are setting; behind with their ,KJngdom Come" and "The Trail of the Telephone you can rest assured that an Ohio county boy.VeT beapeak for work owing to the rainy weather. .......... .... j ... .H . iiiv I.V i !. jlMmsmiiivo TUI iio mmwii n ticn pu I uiti uuugci- u& a AfrcaK ujown nae boon him a lit Ora Maden la on the sick list liberal patronage of. Hart' "ry, "The Heart of the Hills," and ap- - reduced to a minimum. This U the ford and Ohio county people. the.ceJebrat- - but la some better at UU writing. pear In serial form in April Scribner's telephone for your heavily loaded lln;s. ed Baldwin line of piano will be car. Mr, Palestine Coots ha moved to Mr, Uagaftlne. Send your sabscrlptlon for No better telephone made.r TraiumlMlo rld and will spon be n illfrtir 1n tlio J. H, Dodson' farm. gcrlbner'a. to J. Ney Foater llaialne. unexcelled. For full Information call on QriffJn sroMiiy, formerly ' u4d a po) place, Mr. AJonxo Hartleit, of this ... room, oppoewe V 37tf, 'A. S. Pate! HHSt4,&T.I' j'Ageacy, Hartford, Ky, (i visited her mother Mis. John AslUey, of tat court aouae. v have clothing built to "fit"--- fit the body, the eye and your "pile." Come first to the store that has a big stock of clothing for the "down" price; save the bother of looking around. Hat your head at our store; we are ahead In the hat business. Ve fit all up-gr- ade that it shapes of heads and faces. Let us furnish your furnishing goods: we can'; fit you with those that are "fit." that jrk&6a r A CARSON l Will Hi 6c INCORPORATED. CO. I Hartford, Kentucky. Hartford Republican. Pay ).). Bar-nor- UN, at mww to S M and My PIA HARTFORD MUSIC COMPANY Factory Representative for HIGH GRADE PIANOS Player Pianos and Organs. HARTFORD, Taffy, from last Tuesday until Sunday. Mr, Earl Madcn and Mr. Kit Berry went to Owensboro last week on busi ness. Is Itev. Dodson, of Oklahoma vis this itlns his son Mr. J, H. Dodson week. Mr, There was a candy pulling at night, George Russell's last Saturday All report a nice time. KENTUCKY. I nd teu SPRING MILLINERY Now on display You are invited to inspect our WALTHAM is the best watch for the motorist for the same reason that makes it the preferred watch on all the great Railroad Systems. It keeps accurate time in spite of the I vibration and jar from moving machinery and fast traveling:. WehvPs. complete stock of Wtl; tbam Watches In all aradet i all price. Come In and talk with us about a Watch. ' "it'sTimeYouOwneda WaltAam" !.... 1 Stock. T. -- .!. m mi Hartford, B. The T-A-PPJI- lN Reliable Jeweler. Ky. Wl S. C. B. Leghorns, Barred P. Rocks. Bird carttullr MlveUd for beauty sod uuaUtv The "b'edtolaj" kind. Ufhors tgt W iwr II 00: Hock Vtin now. Hat astBiwd, Ishvctlo K. I. BARNARD, t R.No.1, ikTtr Oan.Kjr Center and Court? tMt prl.N, Street."' rV, r,ft m iw wtf wct wim .. !,, mdMimiw itxWijiffWg'lWJUWi ' 1 11 ir Ik Use freshly cut ntalks, fit then tightly Into a thorough clean Jar and let tho water run full force Into tho Jar Tor TO PAY PENSIONS flftetn minutes till all itlr is excluded screw on the top whllo tlio Jnr Is ntlll It Is perfectly under water sco Hint nnd the contents should keep Confederate Soldiers and Widow nnd bo like fresh rhubarb. bags In Soon to Receive Monthly Ai a substitute for such as toothache, or Unary aliments Stipend From State. earache nnd other minor pains, ue combngs mnde In convenient mon flannel with V. 3. size, with drawstrings. Fill them Frankfort, Ky., Mnrcli lion tn!on hot sand or salt, and they nro mvfor who Stone of Kuttawn, thnn a cheap rubber bottle, Just as efactive charge of tho Confederate I'cn use; by tlie last ficacious, and much handler to Bureau created elon n ready. They nro nf lio keep a nnnounced today Hint legislature, great help In times of nehes and pains. 1, to be In a position hoped by April From April Farm Journal. unto net on applications for pensions a pension law, which provides der tho A log on the Track. of HO a month to "Indigent and dl. and tho soldiers Abled" Confeder.ito serious Of tho fast cxprcs means soldiers marwidows of Confederate troublo ahead if not removed, so docs ried prior to 1W0. loss of appetite. It means lack of vitalmany requols ity, loss of strength and nerve weakness. Capt. Stone ?ald that for pensions had already been receiv- If appetite falls, take Klectrlc letters could ibe done un- quickly to overcome tho cause by toning ed, but that nothing til the necessary record books, forms up the stomach and curing the indigeshad been prepared an.l tion. Michael Ilesshelmer, of Lincoln, and blanks work has been attend- Ncb had been sick over three yenrs.but This printed. tho Wanks six bottles of Electric Hitters put him ed to, and ho Is expecting from the right on his feet ngaln. They have helpforms and other necessary public printer by the first of tho ed thousands. They glvo pure blood, week. Copies of the law nnd applicastrong nencs, good digestion. Only CO on request cents at nil drugists. tion blanks will be mailed m by Capt. V. J. Stone, Tension Examiner, Frankfort, Ky. In discussing the matter, Capt. Stono that said that It was vitally necessary tho regifor pensions In applications The of tho soldiers bo ment nnd company given, for without this data It would Impossible to find tho recbe almost the Conord of the soldier. lie said federate army records were sadly inlifts reason tlclays nnd for complete O, the cunning llttlo chicks! would necessarily follow. All pensions No need of a permit to set an old hen. will date from the time of tho applicafor tho Sparo some of tho sklm-mll- k tion. hens. with The most trouble is expected Broiler prices aro somewhat better than of widows of Confedthe applications they were last month. erate soldiers, as It is believed many Tho geese should bo laying at their best in now, nnd tills Is, also, the month In of these have no records showing servwhat commands their husbands which turkeys begin to lay. ed. The work is a labor of love on th Of all fowls ducks aro the easiest to part of Capt. Stone, who Is one of tho raise. The ggs are more fertile tlrin n Confederate v eterans in Ken- thoso of any other fowl. tucky. In most latitudes this Is the month to has hatch out as many chicks as possible. If Louis Crutcher of Frankfort, been appointed to the place of clerk started well in Aprll.they should lay by of tho Pension Bureau. tho first of November at least. If your poultry yard has not already Fortune in Faces. some shrubs or trees.plant some for shelThere's often much truth In the say- ter for the fowls on hot days. It Is ing "her face Is her fortune," but Its well to have two yards, and sow one never tald where pimples, ,skln erup- with grass while they are living in the tions, blotches, or other blemishes dis- other. figure it. Impure blood Is back of them In setting hens in April, It is still a aU, and shows the need of Dr. lying's good plan to give not more than down They promote healtli eggs to a hen, for the nights are still New Life Pills. and beauty. Try them. 23 cents at all chilly and the hen is apt to crowd out m druggists. some eggs to the edge of the nest when she has too many to care for. Sooner of later the chicken thief gets The Sustaining Hope. For though from out this bourne of his due, but that does not recompense one for the loss of ills stock, theroforo time and space In building chicken houses, caro should The flood may bear me far, be exercised In their location and conI hope to see my pilot face to face struction to prevent Joss through thieves. When I have crossed the bar. Tennyson. Put the windows in the poultry house dow down to the floor, so that the hens will get the benefit of the light How's This? TVe offer One Hundred Dollars lteward and sunshine when scratching for their set for any case of Catarrh that cannot be feed. The trouble with windows high up, Is that they let the sunshine cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O. In on tho perches when the hens aro on We, the undersigned have known F. tho floor scratching, and when they are J. Cheney for the la&t 13 years, and be- on the roost the sun doesn't shine; so all there is no equilibrium in such plans. In lieve him pefrectly honorable From April Farm Journal. financially and business transactions, able to carry out any obligations made Saved by his wife. by his firm. WALD1NG. KINNAN & MARVIN, She's a wise woman who knows Just Wholesale, Druggists, Toledo, O what to do when her husband's life is In Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal- danger, but Sirs. It. J. Fllnt.Uraintree, ly, acting directly upon tho blood and Vt is of that kind. "She insisted on Testimucous surfaces of the system. my using Mr. King's New discovery," monials sent free. Price, "3c, per bottle. writes JIr. F. "for a dreadful cough, Bold by all druggists. when I was so weak my friends all thought I had only a short tlmo to Take Hall's Family Pills for constipam tion, live, and It completely cured me." A quick cure for coughs and cold, Its the Womanly Wisdom. most safo and rullable medicine for grip, Add a little boiling water to an omlet many throat and lung troubles bronchitis, croup, whooping cough, quinsy to keep it from being tough. tonsllltls, hemmorrhages. A trial will If you greaso the inner rim of a ketconvince you. SOcts and (1.00. Guarantle its contents will never boll over. teed by all druggUts. In your pockot.and m Carry a date the eggs as you gather them each lay. WE WANT TO SEND Tho range will keep black much Jong-c- r If you rub the tove over with soup, then apply tho blacking. Savo a,U small j)J of Koap for this purpose. ABSOLUTELY Ktep your spices in gilasi bottles with screw tops such as peanut butter Jar. A glance will tell you tlio contcnts.oveii BB1bbv5Hr1. OurTr.il if marked covers did get mixed. SSBaSBVBaaVBaBlBk T3 men! for To keep fish, never put one on top WEAK of another. Wilng a clean cloth out of LUNGS ciOd salt water, wrap the fish separCOBMBBlplloU ately In this, put them on a dish and ill mar focnp lieep on ice. you feel all run down and despond you are subject to Couglis, If It Colds, ent, if you aro not sleeping well, If you Tains In tho chest and under the shouland der blades, if you have night sweats, feed as if life were a real burden just hemoragts or consumption on nny form, that you must consult a doctor, think It over. Peihaps all you need is feel weak and run down, write us and we will send you a FULI, SIZED DOT. to raise your bedroom window At night. It Is a pity that bo much extra work TI.U of Germinal Emulsion, as a FItEE accompanies the beautiful bprlog days. TRIAL and you can seo for your self "We could enjoy them better Jf we had what tho medicine will do for you. sewing IX you will send us 25 cents, we will more time, and If the spring luusecleanlng, gardening, bUng hens prepay the exprees charges, the packall age is too large to go by mall. Address, and hatching chickens, were not Deeding attention at onoe. OHIO MEDICAL CO., Jlaubarb may be canned in cojd water. Lock Box 95, COLUMBUS, O. uBTTING READY Directory Ohio Covm.ty ip wrxmrnmyuL's Attorney at Law HAUTKOKD, KY. 4 House Plants Free alr-tlfi- hot-nat- er H.-C- npt. plnnts to givo awny absolutely free to every fanner's wife in this section. These plants consist of:- 1 1 1 Wo have four beautiful house Mrs. Lawson Carnation half-doze- 1 Geranium Flowering Begonia Boston iFern By special arrangement with the Farmer and Stockman of St. Louis, we can offer The Hartford Republican, one year; The Farmer and Stockman one year, both for $1.25, and give these four house plants postage paid absolutely free. The Farmer and Stockman guarantees these plants to be in growing condition when they reach you. They will be mailed direct from the llorists' green house to our subscribers, all charges prepaid. We are only allotted a few hundred of these plants. Therefore, we urge you to take advantage of our offer at once if you want this collection. It will doubtless take only a short time for us to give away our ' entire allotment. Fill out the coupon now, before it is too late, and mail it or send it to us with 81.25 toda . Circuit C6urt T. F, Dlrkhend, Judge; Ben D. Illngo, Attorney; W. P. Mldklff, Jailer; K. Q. Uarrass, Clerk; F, L, Felix, Master Commlsloner; It. T, Collins, Trustee Jury Fund; T, II. Ill nek, Sheriff, Hartford. UeputIes-- 8. O. Keonn an Lon Ulnck. Court convenes first Mon day In February and continues three weeks; third Monday In April, two weeks second Monday In June, three weeks; third Monday In October two weeks. County Court. It. It. Wedding, Judge; W. 8. TInslcy, Clerk, C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday in each month. Quarterly Quarterly Court Begins on the fourth Monday in February, May, August alul November. Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday in January and first Tuesday In October. Other County Offlceri C. S. MoxSey, sureor, rorunwiic, ivy., 1U lHartu. No. 2; liernurd Felix .Assessor, ford, Ky., it. F. D. No. 2; Henry Leach, Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. U. Hltcy, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COU11TS. 11. fl rhnmliArUIn It.rffnnl )hi...tnv after 3rd Monday in March, Tuesday at- tep 3rl Almiilfiv In .Inn,. 'I'it.iilut. r... 3rd Monday in September, Tuesday after 3rd Almidnv V" Otto C. Martin Will praotlco bJa profveslon In this and AJJolnJug counties. Commercial and Criminal Iractlco a. Specialty. Barnes Mipsrs. V. & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. II. Smith 4 Ujiitvs owl C. E. ' Smith announce Uun.t Jiy liavo ifonn- far KJio Bonioml irnc- a irUufl-lii!j- ) tlce of law, cxctQt criminal and dlvor aisos, Jlr. BnilUi buhig County Mtor nry Is juxnvntwd from practjlcins such wJU individually census. Mr. Ilnrm Oftlco in acctM Rucit pr.xctloa Hartford llepublican building, lLart-ford, Ky. In 1 I Poultry Yard, i John II. Miles, ltockKrt, Friday after Monday in March, Friday after Monday In Jtiiit-- , Friday 3rd Monday in September, Friduy after 3rd ufter Monday in .' 3rd Jpckson, Centertown. Saturday after i' Monday In March. Suturday nf ter 3rd Monday In June. Saturday after 3rd Monday In September, Saturday after 3rd Monday In December. ,Cook' i'enfrow, Tusediy after 2ml Monday In March, Tuesday nftcr iRLErft a!! XjP'J&Z&y ? 3rd - ... "bMi, lui'auiy uiier nu Monday In November. nri... the second Mommy Wednesday ""'"''. Olnton, In Wednesday after 2nd .Monday InMnrcli. May JJefc4ny after 3rd Monday In August Wednesday after 2nd Monday in NoVem- 3rd 3rd -- 3rd Moniluy in March, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday nftcr 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December. ,." IfcnmltAi. ,Si;utt, Cromwell. Wcdneday after FRANK L.FELIX, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohla and adjoining counties nnd In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Collections a, Specialty. Office in the Herald building. Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession Courts of Ohio and adjoining and In the Court of Appenls. tary Public Office over First Bank. In alt YANCYL.MOSLEY. v USE THISICOUPON. Date HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky., Gentlemen: Attached is $1.25 for which send me The Hartford Republican one year; the Farmer and Stockman one year; and your four houseplants., My Name is My Address is .. .I 2H?,t,''!?r;!:I;VIVU!,lllc-.Tuesda2nd jio w .' " ..- -? .v after Ji"u.uy alter mursuay . . '"' 2n?. !! .u"..TIiurIay after Mon.w ?t,05V "i111"'' ,1'"r,Jny nftcr 2nd "" uiier iru i .in.. &,K 1 "" the counties, Also No- National HAItTFORD POLICE COUIIT. -- h"' 3!,Crowc Jui'ko; John 11. Wilson, Attoiney. J. l. Stevens. '" "l'CU"d MondaV I KILLthc and month. "aclJ CURE the LUNGS couch nC,Vr'?innc"ri5- "' Williams. .Mayor; best-know- F.Lonty- - r' ... " ffi2.iiV MMI4UU Dr. King's New Discovery w New or Old Subscriber? ItELlGIOUS SEUVICES. . M. E. ChlirMi Sniitic..i.-- . and evening- every first and YwTSJX F0RC8S8s,8,,&. AND AIL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. ,.. mornmg - - - - ; i " ..vu-ccmh- vviiij every ;w OVIIUOl 9W t eiines GUARANTEED SATISFACXOMl OS MONEY KEFUNDED. Adrress all Orders to III Rfllll HARTFORD, HARTFORD m' EWer W. U. W.lght Sunday In . P. Sunday Scoolslu. paster. nctay evenrg.0r mtttlae "" Christian fii.,.l. c Sunday n? T, a'mT ISJT'u. V- - and evening. every SundaV ScCl eaVhPn,Cnh.V.rciTce' - KS WJ- - J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HART CIO, OKio County Y. Atterv-tion- SECRET SOCIETIES. All Matters Given Prompt . KY. SALE APRIL 9, Three work Horses, Public . PENSION AFFIDAVITS Hartfnr.l Tnl,. MA - t meets first and third Monday each month. Owen Hunter, W. night In SPECIALTY. .. P. Foreman Secretary. .cjr.ione tnapicr No. 110. R.; A. ........ meet rvsrv l.lr.l '".'' S. V. McKKNNKT wChmTfnt.,ilJoJ,n T: M"-- Ilign Priest; OTTO C. ilAUTlX Hartford Chapter No. 84, O. meets second and fourth Monday E. S.. even- LTz'Alfr &c.Urey700' W'- ..M,M. m- ItnncK IIIoaw I wi .a u. "w, ivnignia or n7.,TT" "": """S' w t. it linVe.u' "vwr J" Tueday night, Ky. Nty lost"'K' ' of R. & S. Hartford Tent No. W, K. O. T. M.. c. Martin & McKeneey Hartford, -- ander L? 1? Foreman. Record Keeper. Sunahln. Illv. jn 11 t r n. -- . meets every first and third Friday nlglit Acme Ledge No. 339, I. O. O. F.. secoi.d and fourth Friday nightmeets In '"ley becretury. ''u.J' Tribe No. 188, Imp. Order Ohio Red .Tf,tn' me.e.ts ,,econ1, "d fourth Wednei-Jhi- y each month. Ellis Kos. itetords. Cm- - A E' Vatet CMet ot Ilartfo'rd Camp, W. O. W. No. 202 2f.hV fvwy iH'con1 a,,a fourt'' Saturday ltn.Ln h. "ntli. Consul "' Pl AVIUJJU: W. C. Preston Morton Post No. 4. G. A. R. ?hidB.re.su',ar ,n,e"iK Satufday beforo ' commaD(lerJ J- - M. Rogers, Adjt. Comman-WallJi?""- General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK . SKnKUifcl na. r.,ire. jq X I WILL ALSO BOND YOU. 1912. Electric Bitters Succeed when everything kad-penc- ll two year old National Officers: gc8,dtJ.SM.rPWoNo Colt, 1 two year old Mule, Road Wagon, State Officers: arroU cou"y. rrea. t' t' Disc, Mowing Machine, Harness, Plows President.nnrmu,n' Henderson county Vice ... 8. ltnh,rt,An ' """,:"" xrT 1 1). A. S. of D. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified, die fan. FORKIDNEYfLIVCRAND STOMACH VROUBLK it Is the best medicine .ever sold over oruggut a counter. miff YOU FREE Sale Begins at and many other things too numerous Ah oanl.' Directors. "" Watson, Hoard of to mention. Ben ren county; Barnett, Ohio ty; a Treas. .... oec.- - OranPie?enUr' Warren county, State u?-,"e"ry .c.oun'yI. "A i?J: ""'""" ' county; WarcounIt. E. .- SEEDS9 CCUbTS 1 F. M. Ki over that amount, nine months time with approved security. Ooe Mile TrniyiC, $5.00 and under, cash; 1 Muhlenberg county. unio county urncers: 8. U Stevens, Pres., Beaver Dam,Ky. Henry Pirtle. Sec. Hartford, Ky. D. tord, Treas., Hartford. Ky. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach. Chairman. Hartford.Ky. 1. Lt. B. Tinhpnnr Hnrtfnw.1 r t t. ' "' N5. bT 2. E. C. Hartford. Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton. Ky. 4. B. L. Alford. White Run. Ky. . B. Richard I'lumer, Taylor Minei.Ky. . J. L. Brown, Rockport. Ky. C. M. A. H. Brooks, Bracken I. HRV Hardin oAiinti. SPEOIALOFFCR: TtUi te kelU Xw Ihh. Atrial suks von oar noraiAiiit mutim... V rttlt flitCtt toMllnrlMIMiUt-- l ruU.aT,s,TPl.nl3?&UVsn7. HWlf.iF""""l i rwAOK. Writ auHunu t94myt.M$atton thin Panr. WU) imm socchbi sVAMMAMAAArwVMWMMVtsV l to we CND IOw4 CENTS pMklic ,Mln tklo ToIaokU - ti Vm oSprtffOZ Place Soiti of Hortoo, Ky. (mg: 79fwr)f'toi 75cart r S2JAAX f?-.jt.Jt.,' 'rQSIT10NS WUMIFUL . uTABy KINCHEN MARTIN: B rS'usfTiessjnfotMfsfirmMi '22vJi: &4Gr,J& k, 'AO , , tv aWit, itj o. St. jf This Fine Young Harness Stallion, Yellow Jacket Stingers. V EfaTtWi' -- CASTORIA --' 1a1 il iiiin i,u . For Infanta and Children. wMii m iffisi Bi RB jfj iV 13 -- PAsTllDll LCOII0I, 3 PKK CENT. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of tho Tho tattler should bo hung by tonguo nnd IHo listener by tho icar.' When n Democrat Is hi'.t of his brain Our lrnt Hurrah t pollution gone. belches Is In tho ring for Toddy. n up t TKS&teSiTasTaBBBaW. - . AVcgclaWcPrrpanitionronU- - W LBflflS b,...v PS -- VI slmltaltaS ihclboif ""SH'cSionnchsaniinodsor gbf r built Prune and hot air never nation or tleetod a man to office. 28iV ri,.Nriniili,l,l "" PromolcsDirtcslionJChtrrM ncss and Itest.Cmlalns ittVV ' II' ' neitiw J .r In nverbody who ain't crazy his rtaht hand, hold Oiiimi.Morphiuc nor Mineral. faith Just Icecp your eye Yo of llttlo on Kernel Kern nnd Jils whiskers. A. ful-- but ot Narcotic. jUxJimn JhcMttSM- t- JtofoUPrSHUmailH Austlnd iWutsnpkSdl Ctmtiti Sugv IMUftm Itemr. iW IV pretty girl Knows she Is beautl- an UBly girl understands Is passably that sho Hill up. fair. down llV If Jud Harmon wins liand Ilrynn will splUo his guns hands fimM mi 3flff wX Alt - Use For Over i ion Apcrfect Remedy rorCbnsIlpaaour aioiuaciuiiarrwu Wliencer jou see a Socialist jou find that ho has In Jilm, either k or the dell. a will hook-wor- YVorrns,CoroTilsioiis.rcvrrislr WW Si :ttw SCO ncssandLossOPSLEEP. TacSimlc Signature of NEW YORK. Thirty Years learned their statesTho Dentin s manship In a boiler factory. At lexst they make a nolso llko It. Dalhrnnn Is Out In Nebraska Jim for Bry still snaking arrangements an's funeral. tho writes Wo do not care who songs of tho country Just so the blackberry crop Isn't a failure. Who Is going to hold tho babies hold the offices? whllo tho women nil answer at once. Please don't to asked Blessed are they w hen for they shall bo spell, spell briefly, asked to spcU again. Is tho latest ilancc. Tho angle-worUy Us use tho dear girls hope to catch m "a Sjtf Guaranteed rtEj dcrlhciWlajj CASTORIA mhTi Exact Copy of Wrapper, it fen errr. VICTOR WILKES POSITIONS GUARANTEED will GUARANTEE you a position ir you us real soon. We need many mora at once to supply tho enormous demand our graduates. As soon as we get the required for number of students this otTer will bo withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. Will stand the present season of 1912 at my barn at Centertown, Ky., and will serve mares at $8 or two for $15 to insure a living colt. Money due when fact is ascertained or mare parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. WE suckers. Description and Pedigree. 1-- Z$?2 OIO, W. actlWARTZ rHIMril-A- r BUSINESS COLLEGE IHCOKPOB4TKD It Is said that tho sight of a red shirt will make hens lay eggs. This being true, there should bo no shortage of hen fruit among tho Democrats Shirt districts of in some of the Ited KnTinLinnRD iftM jLfOtTISVIIiXjK, KYi WHY , 1 Wi -- WEBSTERS Buckbce's "Full oi Life" Korthetn GroiW pedigreed Scdi hae a rcputatlori oi jSyranol sucresslul seed growing behind them. ltpa)ttsi piani me Desi. Seasonible Specialties- Si 50 . Extra Early 3J N:w btrlngless Green Pod . Jj 70 Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax ft 50 Da is New White Wax . . UlS Carrie's Rust Proof Wax . H 50 RelURee SEEDS BEANS Red Valentine . . New Dictionary Earliest rllNTERNATIONAL ff THE MERWAM WEBSTER? It U a MEW CBEA-pcc- "c TION, oorerlweTerr field of the world's thought, action and culture. The only aevr unabridged dictionary km many Team. oxer 400,000 RaHt It definesmore than erer M'orda; before appeared Detween two covers. 4700 Paget, tooo II' lUMtxatloaM. th only dletlonair with tho new divided page. JL "Stroke of Genius." 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Mention this paper. to for ccry trust who are anchored everlasting policies that hao made the IS&SBKkbcfSl., tockfora Sera Ptnes. Ksckrrs,B party the champion the Republican gather figs You can't of the world. thoroughbreds from Uilstles nor make out of bronchoes and Jackasses. Bushel Bushel Bushel Bushel Bushel Bushel VICTOR WILKES is a black, 6 years old, 16 hands high. Was sired by Billie Wilkes, he by General Wilkes, 8493, race record 2:213; Standard Rules 1 & 6. Pussy Cat 2:12; Bobby Burns 2:19; Grateful 2:27i; Cooke 2:214 ; Arrivian 2:16; Gen Blackford 2:24i; PanSt. Julien 2:293; Jensy Blossom 2.12; Charley R. 2:275; Gydonia 2.283; Wilabald 2:29 of HattieH., 2:17J; Bernice 2:163; Jim Kennedy 2:153; Maggie nie L. 2:30; Grand-sir- e the South. Briggs l:12i; Mamie A. 2:161; Seven Poinds 2:151; Ethel Burns 2:201; 6. W. D. 2:18J; em was once tho Tho horseshoe But tho man who Katie Burns 2:191; Nancy Burns 2:21. First dam, sister to Libby S. and Mollie Walker, by blem of good luck. of gralty Gen. Walker,2:24. 2nd. dam by Bob Lewis'Old Carbeau Chief. 3rd. dam Gartered. Gen. Wil-lcwas kicked In tho center by a fractious mule and recehed the 8493,by George Wilkes 419. 1 dam Grace Goodman, 2:31 in 7th heat, trials 2:21, 2:19 imprint of tho shoo on his quivering confidentially that and 2:23, by Peacock. 2nd dam, Belle, by Drenon, sire of the dams of Kolla, 2:14, Black writes us flesh, tu'ero was no good luclt about It, .. , Lucy Fleming, 2:24, etc. 3rd dam by Alice by Grey Eagle, sire of grand-da- m h:ook, 2:18 of Tho drunkard has a hard tlmo of Pidemont, 2:171; Catchfly, 2:281; Ansel, 2:20, etc. 4th dam, Mag. by American when he Is but open bars, It with of dams of Thore 2:181, etc. Eclipse, grand-sir- e up against tho mall orgo 9; es 1-- 3; .... J. M, platform IGLEHEART, : Centertown, Ky. GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. & J. F. GILLESPIE HAVE YOUR SUITS 'y H. W. 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Work calfed for and delivered. , Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing GliN), Y. M. C. A. BLDG., Proprietors Talk about of tho ravian Falls, N. C. "My llttlo son lvad I was recommended a very secre cold Lln-coj- to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and before a small bottle was finished lie was as well as ever," writes Mrs. If. Silks, 29 Dowling Street, Sydney, Australia. This remedy Is for m sale by all dealers. Wlien you get ready for Magazines of any kind call on J. Ney roster MagaCatalog zine Agency, Hartford, Ky., 33tf gladly sent upon request. B I LACKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK i t U,lll CtC.mUMAMCOttUAm.SnktHM,mm. Ill tm wiili t mm MiUtt fm. MniiT,mwrsmMmmii. 1 ' BUCKBCE'S r r V a) BULBS' ' BOBS SUCCEEDI SPECIAL OFFER' aVatlld WatW KafsJtlifaU. a child to giving Tho nest thing razor to play with, Is electing tho a, of this Democrats to the management focdlsh-riescountry. 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Send for free catalogue, MCCALL'S MAGAZINE than any other fashion More subscriber magasine million a month. Invaluable. Latest styles, patterns, dreismaklag, millinery, plain sewing, fancy needlewoik, halrdresilng etiquette, good atories, etc Only 50 cents a year (worth double), including a free pattern. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy, I WONDESFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents, Postal brings premium catalogue r and new cash prise offers. Address McCAIX PATTERNS Tho man with a breath on Jilm that would curl railroad Iron at forty palast dollar for a who sent Ills ces; wditps whiskey; who mall order of children i.i u.ifa and Insults his hat kind of a man will tell you con- country Is going fldentally that tho It s. Hut to tlio demlnltlon Is tho man and not the country that Is moving. ci bow-wowgo-luPrest-denc- Tin M Ym Hhi Always lN(h. Bears the sn yzr.t Signature of 9lAarrJal WfWl4C . a- ' Y.OU CASTORIA lor Infant, and Ghildrea. iOTjrra I g Say, Mr. Democrat, If you aro y to etect our man for tho hccauco.. tMtoMw.anhst, mw ymii this year, what In tho namo of to senso makes you want common YEARS' . Wklaalaii OVER take so much stock in howling- against EXPERIENCE J does Wliat dlfferonco Roosevelt for? It make whether It Is Tait or Teddy? Look on the First Fage. will find a yellow slip. It has printed on It your name, and a date after It. Tho dato shows the tlmo when your subscription expires. If tho your dato Is prior to February, 1912, subscription to tho paper has expired. It you find such Is the case, please glvo the matter your very prompt attention. Either come to TUB REPUBLICAN office and pay a year In advance, or If ou are not coming to town soon, send us a check. We must have all our subscriptions paid up promptly In advance and If you are behind we know that you simply overlooked the matter. mask ... EJZWwzaFTiss ?zXmi7 .u traoa gaadaudaLl rniiyralta. miis -- . I I wuitrad'flflfat"' PstSSt M4 IMrHMiaMI rMtfl utiaaiio. Iwriworeoinaw "aMa aaimaaiaa. i,.T.ssns1ai .. 1 OoVVRMHTt & Anrona ssaelni a skateh and description may opinion frae woetuer an euleklr asoartain our patan.UbU,. Communlea- rmentlon la probably Pataula tlona strictly oonndaut! inAmmk MffAtl icy fwsecbriMrj aa.i. . Uuun kJJo. fateou tUan tkroiwbaraa. la the raoalre metal matiA. without 4iF' scrtMinc hUol OX rRfpe Marks UStNIW , A U1UIOH A Oy CIBW HfO UUB w"jm PUWtVe. WmsyVWBWsa-Isja- WttftraiM WMiif. nmvM. lAmm !" j UWialBlMtoa,I.ft for moteors and monstrosLookout across the heavens. The ities are actually proposing to comand Buddhist Christian, ,he bine of Into oue form religions Shinto The Christian and Buddhist faith. faiths will serve for explosives and a fuso and when Slilnto will do for the bust comes, the heathens can y'ap-aue- .' And . HARTFORD, KY. YOUR Letter Heads Envelopes Cards Bill Heads ' Noteheads Statements other printed forms are given Sptcial Attenton In The Republican tjoo ucpariuiciu. hunt their holes. who The man major ot SeftttVa . n was running; "wide-pen- for ;. CHIIlrrk Cry' FOR FLETCHER'S 9rJSHBjaaaaaat uwior ouUm CASTORIA WHgWWITO),TOM;jBir-WywfrtwwwwMiiitiH- ii THE APPEAL TO REASON Is Reported as Suspend. Going; to Get Ready For This Great Annual Eventl Claimed Fred Warren Says He Will Let Socialist Paper Die. The St. Louis llepulillr recently con- tained tlio following nows dispatch from Glrnnl, Kansas, lliu home of tho Socialist rnicr, tho Appeal to lleason: ,The Appeal to ltcnsoti, tho Socialist pa po- per published nt Glraril, tho blKgcst litical thirty paper In the world, Is suspend. to of "It Is too hard work the task Keeping It together." editor, Theso were tho words of Its Fred D. Warren, explaining why he will let the paper die.. "This Is my last fight." Mr. War. "Tho present contest rcn continued. court and tho wlUi tho federal department over' the Leavenworth prison scandal Is tho swan song of tho 'Little Old Appeal.' " He says he may possibly continue the publication two more years, but ho Is not looking beyond tho present summer which will sec his trial, set for May of in the federal court, on the charge sending unfit printed matter through the malls. He, with J. A. Waylandand C. L. Phlfer, the other responsible editors of tho paper, stand Indicted. Phlfer says ho expects to bo conlcted and im prisoned, but Warren says personally ho will die 'putslde. "They neVier will put me Inside prison walls," he says. Asked why lie did not let some other editor tako over tho paper, Mr. Warren replied: the "There Is no ono to undcrtako task. You, see, tho Appeal Is not like any other paper. livery forty weeks we Jiavo to put on half a million subscribers. That Is an appalling task. "The price of tho Appeal Is 23 cents those for forty weeks. And even quarters are hard to get. We havo to go out and almost forcibly demand the that the sunsclrber whack up cents elusive two bit piece. Twenty-fI- o is about tho cash limit of most of our subscribers. So It Is a constant struggle it to keep up circulation, and when comes to gathering In a new readers cory forty weeks, jou realize the task before us.' occasionally In times past the thlo has turned against tho Appeal and In a few months has sunk tho, accumulated profits and more money, too. A few months ago disaster again loomed Queen ahead. The McNnmarn confession was a blow to the Appeal. Tho paper liad backed tho dynamiting brotjiers strongly. The readers belleviyl in tho Innocence of the men. Then came the confusion. It seemmasses. ed to paralyzo tho Socialist In. The subscriptions ceased coming TJie people had balked. That Is when the editor decided that probably ho had edited tho sheet .oh long as ho cared to. By great efforts and tho expenditure of .thousands of dollars In now schemes to bring baek tho circulation, the avalanche of dltastcr was stayed. But War-re- n had accepted tlie lesson. Ho will quit whllo the quitting Is good. Another blow like tho McXamara case might sink eveiythlng and leave the editors shorn of their wealth. Ten years ugo Trod D. Warren was an obscure country editor, struggling hand to hand with poverty at Itlch Hill, Mo. He became u robed against the social system. Ho believed that under tho any other kind of news. The Chllllcotho pres-m- t system tho Individual had no Tribune presents the farmer's lew of chance. And ho "proved" It by building tho advertising columns: "Two farmers woro not Ions since up a fortune for hlmscjlf and giving tlia their Jocal paper- One thought West one of Its biggest publishing It had too many advertisements in. les. It The real founder of tho Apjieal Is J. Tho other replied: 'In- - my opinion, tho A, Wayland, ulso a poor country editor advertisements aro far from being the Ho was publishing the Appqal In Kansas least aluable pait of it. I look them City, Kan., at tho tlmo that Fired War- oor carefully and kave at least flvo ren gave up tho struggle at llluh Hilt, times tho cost of tho paper each week and come to Join )iU iaper with that through tho business advantages I get from them.' Said tho other: 'I bellevo of Wayland's. paper Then prospeilty began, Tho moved to CJhard, Kan., und ioou made well and rather think it not good tasto postofflce to to find fault with tho advertisements, that point u flrt-chu- a tuko raio of Uut great volume of o?tal after all Thoso men havo the right Idea of tho matter. It pays uny man business ircatud by .the growing paper. Warren took his pioflts and bought with a fumlly to tuko a good loco pa-for tho sake of the advertisements. cheap land In Missouri, Zinc .was disIt. Tho editor who will If for nothing more. And If covered on business once a penniless printer now built and men fall to give farmers a chance to Hu sold it all road adveitisemcuts In tho ilocal paper, owned a wholo town. at Inflated prices. Now ho scarcely they are blind to their own Interests, to say tho loast of it.'' knows his own wealth. NOTU We aro Indebted to a real lite Jincsted his profits J. A. Wayland In land in Texas. The city of Ama-llll- o and progressive Hartford Merchant for grew upon Ills hqMlngs, and to tho article above. Ho advertises his day Wayland receives 110,003 as ren- business. Watch Ids store for the re tal In Amaiillo alone. He is a buyer sults. bonds. Warren Invests in of Mules for Sale. bonds and Kansas farms. Two good work mules for sale at my Store News as News. farm three miles south of Beaver Dam, Store news Is of Just as much impor- Kentucky. us tance to the patrons of newspapers E. W. BAKEK. mm, post-offi- Toggery Easter AND WOMEN KfPI FOR MEN vlaliMw WW mmmmmm A Complete Outfit Awaits You Here, New Coat Suits made in the latest styles and of reliable materials. I IS Excellent variety of Skirts and Waists. Niftiest line of Hosiery you ever saw. Millinery that's right up to the minute at prices to suit every purse. Everything made ready to put on a grand Ribbons, Neckwear and Gloves. Easter Dress Parade. make their usual appeal to the men not to be outdone by the fair'sex, but to Our Men's Departments half-milli- i g play their part well by making a good showing in the Easter exhibitions. We : can dress you from head to toe. Our New Suits &re Made in the Latest Styles and of the most serviceable fabrics. Tailored and Trimmed in a way that they will retain their shape Quality Shoes and Oxfords speak for themselves. When you see them you won't have anything else. Hats, Shirts, Half Hose, Neckwear and Collars must be added to make an outfit complete. We can dress you elegantly for Easter. It '' I 1 & BRO., E. P. BARNEK NTUCKY. BEAVER DAM, MAN FROM positors now '; nearly killed. Recovering, ho moved to Adrian, where his right leg was crushed In an elevator. He later went to work In a machlno shop amfbroko his arm twice. Ho moved to Ilattlo Creek and was joanly drowned while duck hunting. ?hl8 tlmo ho lost his balance during tho scuffle and hit a chair. Jt If a Iiank Busts, l and of a Sufo President and that fruits of Nebarska offers to tho Uijlted laboring man sliall benefit htm and States a guaranteed man for J the not to make the rich Holier and the poor .poorer the ordinary man Is the Nomination NEBRASKA States In tlie for President of Uijlted mainspring of a nation and produces man of Itobcrt C. I loss, nation and Is deprived of Lelngton, Neb., who guarantees U tho wealth of of it by a combing of rich and unjust stop Bank Panics or go out of Ills' also bollevo I appoint some line received from thorn. office and you can Appears to be Candidate for that will. Now thoso panics as mist In majority to rule and tho ordinary majority of man class, 'Is tho large people know In days of Grover Clefe-this Nation and should have at lie id President. land s administration, as Jt Is called ordinary man for Preil-- I and a lite touch in lloosevelt's ad- i of nation an dent to represent 'tlio nation of kind ministration when tho Bankers want to R. G. Ross Would Give the People ed to only let their depositors liav it is not a man of of , millions of his millions as tho most money at a Unit double of their awn candidates are or a great many 1110 Batiks That Will Not worse than a rover Cleveland') theso of thorn and I also believe that that you admlnlstatrlon if had any thet or of such Kind to "Bust." you could got It. But Itoosovelfs time tariff or revonuo run nation ho raised on value of 110 Is all we can spare at time, and things on Just oertln now approaching under Taft's admin- - nation and not and that tho ordinary class uses Circulars from aro being istratlon. I would only llko to Nebraska scef things will later (mention. sent over tho country, and give tho one start If I wpro elected President. other HOUKltT Q. BOSS. platform of the Hon. llobert a. Boss, How is your guarantee tlie rest of Lexington, Nob. whom It seems would like to run for you Republican and Democrat candiPresident. dates for President. And I also favor Uilucky Star. The "platform'' is unique, and here the daws permitting lorn Under women equal It Is verbatim, ct llteratum, ct lights at tho Ballot Box with man to Battle Creek, Mich., April make the laws of state and nation Cummer, 2 years old, thinks he was PLATFOItM OF nOBEUT o. noss. which governs her and am a comploto born under an unlucky star, and ex"Now its Umo every Candidate was favorer of llecall and am also In favor hibits a broken cheekbone, a dislocated setting forth his quality und belief of Laws that will put in effect one Jaw and several bruises as tlw latest ovt and what ho will do or go out of his cent a mile Uallraad passenger fare1 deuce In, confirmation of his belief. office If he is Nominated and Wected and the Direct Primary nation over' These Injuries, received In a friendly1 t'resiucnt ol the united States. Now and the Direct tlecall of Presidents1 scuffle with a are No. Nebnasky has the Guarantee Bank of United Statos for any 7 In Cummers list of accidents. which make all the De- - menu of thear platform or duties At Toronto several years ago he was 1. I nearly drowned by tho overturning of a sailboat. A few months later tlie accident was repeated. Then Cummer w.u run down by a Detroit streot car and S. C. R. I. Reds. And .Black Orpington stock from $1.01 to 2.00. Eggs from good matin I1.W to $2.00 per 15. Baby chicks 23 cents each. 'Phone W A. ams. a. s. 3311 Bearer Dam, Ky. chinn, ai yourSubscrip-tioTo-da- y n puno-tuatui- n: 29,-O- scar and fellow-workma- save us coming after it. This means you, if you arc in .ar-- : i rears. mt