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Hut how did Mr. Taft have It dissolved? They dissolved It by Just so having a new bookkeeper and not much mom than throo weeks ngo this Standard Oil Co., of Indiana, doolntvd a only tMJM of tho dividend of amount that they wtra fined by Judge Land that is how it wH dissolved. That recasting a Is how Mr. Taft propow Judge, Mr. Uoosevolt Is the right man. Wo have a man ithnt Is supposed to rep resent Kentucky tn Waihlngton, S'jrt-atBradley, but Instead he Is trying to run Kentucky polities Instead of stay to lug Jn Washington and attending our affairs .there. (Loud and lonn applause;. Now gentlemen, you liavo 0M1 I could er business beforo you talk .to you longer. I w,ant to again toll you tlvat I appreciate this honor you liavo conferred upon me and ask you to act llko honorable men nnd make our and let ua aUdo by tliat choice oholoo and ,wo will go home satisfied. I am a friend of Ohio county people. Let us nominate a candidate that can parry the Republican banner to victory. (Applause.) , Next business Jn order was tho selecand tion of secretary of the convnctlon unanimously Mr. J. Ney Foster was chosen. A committee on resolutions was appointed by Chairman Rogers as follow Ernest Woodward, S. L. Stevens, W. S. Tinsley, Dtllus E. Ward nnd E. G. Barrows and these genUemen retired .to mak up their report. While tho committee was In their room Col. C. SI. Barnott was called for and he made a strong speech, advocating the candidacy of Theodore Roosevelt for President. The report ot tlio Committee on was ns follows: RESOLUTIONS. First: We endorso the call for this convention, for the Congressional District Convention to be hold at nilzaboth-towTuesday, April 9, nnd the State No. 39 T. R. BELIEVES SUDDEN DEATH OF MRS. T. Without An ROOSEVELT MAY SMITH EXTEND CAMPAIGN Colonel May Go ROOSEVELT i J. WW) Hours Warning Carried Illinois As i In Biggest Convention Ever Held in County. SIT! Died Early Wednesday Far AsTaciHc Coast. Morning. ' of or .Amendment Asking Renomination Taft Tamed Down. ot The Republican Slai Convention Ohio county which was held at Hartford List to-d- Saturday aftumoan tor the purpoo '$ of selecting and Instructing 33 delegates to tho Fourth Congressional District Ky., on Conwntlon at KllzahvjUitown, April 9 nnd tlie tato Convention at Louisvl'lo on April 10 wfw atd my many to be tho "argent nUitndnd of any county convention over held Jn Hartford. Fop several ilnys prior, to the convention mucli Interest was manifested In tlio outcome. Tlio meeting was colled to order liy Mr who It. H. Martin, county ulialrman, convention, Ktated tlio purpose of tlio and in tlio beginning doggod tlint Uiero ho harmony and peace Jn all deliberations tluit afternoon. JIo next united tlio for nominations for Chairman of convention, and Dr. J. A. Duff, of Dun-aleof Iloproicntntlvo Albert launch, .Beaver Uam. and Mr. J. M. Rogers, of Cromwell, wore placed In nomination. Tlio voto being taken, it was largely for Mr. Rogers, wlio was known to be xx strong advocate of Col. Roosevelt for President. Uion being escorted to tlio choir by n committee, Mr. Rogers spoko sm follows: c; y n, speech ot-- Tin-- : chairman. (Continued on Eighth, pas) T for Uio puriNKso of "deciding among oursehes who shall bo Uio President of the United States. I,et lis differ like men If we must-dlf- fcr like patriots, differ llko honorable jnen. If I had any malice to any ono In my heart or any! enmity to anyone It wCTl 4o melted away by this vast audience. We liao a crisis before Uio Republican diico party that Is graver Uian any tho war. Wo havo'two wen aspiring to tho offlco of President of the United State. Two mem tlvit we liavo nil honored. I fool that It Is duo to this vast Jiinllince from me being as 1 June ben by some good old Ituptbjts, who taught ino If I ever lind done a twrsoii wrong to ko to that party and make an Jtonest confession. A fhort tlmo ago I liad a private vonfusslon to mako to our frtnd dhlngs Col. C. M. Harnett, for certain tliat I had done. Four years ago I advocated tho election of Mr. Taft, which I did heartily nnd earnestly. I differed from some other men In our county, but I bellevo that there are other men Uiun thoso In this audience, ono man that is worse fooled than I am, and I I hellcve tliat Is Theodore Uooscvelt. was for Mr. Taft because Jio liad travelUnited ed almost all over all of the States nnd her possessions nnd If there to ever was a living man competent bo President and follow tho leaders Mr. Taft was tlio man 1 thought: but I must confess Mat ho la not tlio man I thougl tuo u?ui. and ho U not tho man that Theodore Itoosovelt thought lie was, I of am satisfied. At tlio called osslon Congress ho ran his party Instead of doing what his party .wanted him ito do like a man went against tlio policies of his predecessor. I want to call ypur atton-tto- n to Ills position on tlio tariff nuos. Hon. Ho hod promised tariff revision, and tliat It was to bo revision downward peoplo and If ho liad sided with tho against the .Interests ho would have done better, but ho sided with tho Interests against tlio people and made no pffort to heal .tlio breacli In our party. After tho called soaslon of Congress was pass-c- d and the regular session of Congress camo he lmd a schemo of Ills own, a reciprocity treaty with Canada, All nro in favor of a reciprocity treaty if thoiio Is reciprocity. We hear u great deal about the big trusts and about the United States Court work in dissolving thorn, The Standard by Oil suit. TJieae aults were brought Theodore llooaevult, but was It followed If It luul tlio ro- -' up toy different. would have been quite suit Take tho Standard Oil Co., of Indiana. urfilc-was fined 13,200,000.00 by Judga LandU and a short time after hli decisan-- t ion was recallod by Mr. Taft and ald other Judgo camo along and lie was conflntlcatlon of property, that It who sold it .wltliout over taking It to the Supreme Court of the United States, but the Supreme Cpurt of the Unlte-.State did com' ttJoJW ano finally dU. Wo liavo met here In Memory of Mrs. Addington. "To see the vacant chair, and .think "How good! how kind! and she Js gone."' Ono by onu tho land marks of our little city nro sllpiiing away to the "City not. made with hands." and leaving choirs and aching hearts, yot a rich legacy is ours In Jives of uoiiseenittuii to duty and love for humanity; and In no life was this more beautifully exem plified than in tho life of Sirs. Dorcvs Addington, whoso end carao to sweetly In the earjy dawn of April 6. 1912. Sirs. a Addington In her early life became Christian and It was ono of her great expleasures to talk of her Christian perience", nnd to hear of the prosperity of her church, and to support Its Institutions. Wliat a solace her faith was as tho end drew near, and how wonderfully those God manifested his presence in last sad days, to her days of triumph triumph over bodily pain, triumph over over doubts nnd fears, yea, triumph mourn weep not asthoss death. Wo tliat who have no hope, for when that last Resurrection morn shall como wo shall meet her again. Sirs. Addington Is survived by her only child, Mrs. J. E. Foglo; two grandchildren. Sirs. T. R.,PetrIe and Sir. Mo- daug Dowel A. Foglo; and.two great-gran- d .. tors. Ruth and Lolln Petrlo; three broth-., ... , nuiriro ii.. It. II.. and J. II. Barnes; .... w.w.cttlireo sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth TaylorMrs. Nancy Taylor and Mrs. Jillaa Sillier. Funeral services wero hold at tlio fam man Hy residence In a most Impressive ner by How It. D. Uennett. Uro. Bonneu hud known Sirs. Addington and her famspoke ily all his life nnd truly ho ' comfort and consolation. words of va-ca- U. 13. Ordered from Philippines. ready April Washington. force to concentrate Its entire mobile border, the war along the southern comthree deportment has ordered regiments now in tha Philippines pete to hurry with all possible speed back States. These regiUnited to Uio ments nro in addition to tho Fourteenth homeward Cavalry, now on tho sea bound from Hie Orient. Two of the regiments ordered homo are cavalry, and ono of Infantry, ImSan mediately upon their arrival at Francisco, the cavulry and infantry will hasten to Toabs. Salubrious Earlington. Eorllngton, Ky., April makes a remarkable showing In vltaf sta months Unties for a period of fifteen that liavo elapsed since the present law went Into effect January 1, 1911. During the period tlvero have ebon ninety-nin- e Since the last deaths and 01 births. yesday of February to and Including terday tliero have been four deaths and seventeen births. The census of 1910 gave Earltnjjto.. a population ot 3,930. ? Again Wednesday morning about April Johnstown, Pa., 10.Jubllant o'ejock tlie Death Angel vlsltod our city over his victory in Illinois, Tlvoodoro and carried away ono of our beloved Itoosovelt today decided ,to extend Ther pills citizens. Sirs. Thomas J. Smith. campaign throughout personal news enmo ns a great shock to overy.MTV the country. Ho mny go as far as U sho had boon in splendid hcitltli And the Pacific coast. tliat morning was out In tho yard wtien The Colonel beamed as he rapid' an of Link of acute indigestion tvuno on, perused a hundred messages of conDr. A, H, Illley nnd Dr. S. J. Wedding gratulations that reached him here .and wero Immodoolatuly summonde,. but with at Grcensburg, where ho made a brief and talk. "We slugged them pver the all of tho skill of the physicians heJp of IcrtriW hands nothing could bo ropes,' was his emphatic declaration. done for her and sho passed away In a He then announced that lie will leave sluirt time. Friday for Slassachusetts New York Sirs. Nancy tAUrn Smith was tlie daugb nnd New Hampslilro. Next week ho ter of Itobcrt and Kllzabeth Norrls, and will bo to Nebraska and may prolong was 62 years, four' months and one day this tour through other Western Daviess States, as far as the coast. old, and born and roared In Daptlst From the platform at Jeanotte ho county, Ky. Sho Joined the Church at Whltesvllle, Ky., In 1S77, under said: In the pastorate of ltev. Arnold, and "This la a fight, of tho peoplo against to the Hart- the politicians. It's alflgh,t for a square 1SS2 moved her membership a deal, fair play, Justice to every man ford Uaptlst Church, and was ever to her and woman." faithful Christian and loyal church nnd Its Institutions. Ho urged his hearers to repeat In was) Pennsylvania by On February 21, 1S78 Sirs. Smith 100,000 plurality, the married to Col. T. J. Smith, who survi- Illinois vcrdlut against the politicians. born ves her, nnd to this union wero to his he appeared At Greensburg b1x cjilldren, threo of whom died In Inhearers to show Uiey were their own fancy, and Uio following daughters uro masters, nnd speaking at tha Cambria lllng: Sirs. Jesso Thomas Itcnder and Theater here he said: Sirs. Slary T.. Bennett, of Lawton, Okla. "You people in Pennsylvania have and Stlss WJllye A.' Smith, at home. tlio opportunity beforo you to show Sho also leaves three .sisters and one your disapproval of boss rule. You and ought to do what they did yesterday In son ns follows: Sirs. Artie Berry Miss Cinderella Norrls, of Whltesvllle; Illinois. I hopo you will do It." Sirs. G. A. Coots, of Beaver Dam; Sirs. V'We'll do It, Teddy,' cried a chorus Susan Slary Hayes, of Owensboro, and of voices. The crowds along the way Sirs. James Cecil, of near Hartford; and were nil enthusiastic and Itofevett Samuiil C. Norrls, of Whltesvllle. was loudly cheered at every stop. Tho funeral services will be conducted at tho Baptist Church, this afternoon at 3, Woodrow Wilson, Robbed. 2 o'clock conducted by ltev. P. K. Gat-llChicago, April 7. TJUov'es, apparently broke Into affiliations, with political of Owensboro. Interment at tho rooms of Gov. Woodrow Wilson, of Sirs. Smith died wlUi tho awakening New Jersey, at a down hotel late today life of a new day. it was Just as tho and stole a suitcase full of privato birds carolled the coming of Uie mornand papers belonging to Gov ing and Just ns Uie rosy fingers of tlie Wilson. The robbery occurred whllo Gov orb of day tinted the eastern sky with Wilson was at tho rectory of St Slary's a sheen of glory. Suroly a most fltUng Church lunclilng with the Rev. P. .1. tho time for a pure spirit to tnko Its flight O'Callalinn and other priests of Heavenward. With tho eye of faith ono Paulist order. Tholicft was discovered could seo at the dawn of this April when Gov. Wilson returned to his hotel morning an Invisible hand wave a slgna1, Thanks the Citizens. and a volco In softest acoent on t,he .morn gates I wish to thank Uiose citizens, who so Ing breeze, announce that jthe wero open nnd that God's angola were kindly and promptly responded and pre waiting to escort her In. vented further toss by Uie fire at our place on Monday afternoon. Gratefully, Will Lift Quarantine. SIRS. Z. WAYNE GRIFFIN April . The quarFrankfort, Ky by Uie- - NaUonal antine established WHITESVILLE against Kentucky sheep, Government April 8. Dr. O. W. Edgo left Saturday tho bocauso of tho outbreak of years ago, has for Chicago University where on Monseveral scabbles course. counties: day he begins a been lifted as to following Ballard, Dr. Edge leaves his many friends hero Carlisle, Hlchman, Fulton, wishing him continued success. l, Calloway, SIcCmcken, Graves, l. Mr. Emer Haynes, of Owensboro, ls In Lyon, Livingston, Trigg, Christian, town visiting relatives. Union, Crittenden, Miss Lucy SIcCarty visited her moUier, Todd, Muhlonber. Hopkins, Webster, Logan, Simpson and those parts of here from Friday until Monday., Sir. John Sapp and family, of OwensMcLean and Butler. Allen, Warren, Henderson west of the Green and Big boro, aro in town visiting rolaUves. have Mr. J. J. Mldklff and family Barren Itlvcrs. I Is hoped to release all other coun- moved to their country home.. It Mr. Ivo Howard was In town Sunday relnspectlon ties shortly after tho which has been ordered. Tho cpuaran-tln- o calling on his friends. State will bo Messrs. Pat Howard, Tom Haldesty, established by the Onls Federal Frank Cecil, John Howard, nnd when tlio lifted on Slay 1. quarantine also will bo raised. Scubios Greer went to tho County Republican Sluch intcrsst Saturday. lias been eradicated in all parts of tho ConvenUon wus manifested from the fact Uiat the State except In the BJuegrass section. Republicans are In tho habit of electing their nominee. Attended Funeral Here. Among those from out of town here Agricultural Extension. Mrs. Sunday to attend tho funeral of LISIE FOR AGRICULTURAL PURPOSI Addington were: Dorcas in being manifested Sir. John II. Barnes, Sir. Frank Barnei Much Interest Is Sillier, tho uso of lime and limestone on sour Taylor, Sirs. Lydla Mr. Sum our cultivatMr. and Mrs. Hiram Sillier, of Beaver soils. Tho larger portion of Mr. and ed soils aro elUier acid or contain onDarn; Mrs. Nannie Taylor and Mrs. Leo Taylor, of Liberty neighbor- - ly a small amount of carbonate of llmo such on hood; Mr. Dan Kelly, ot Greenville. Ky.; (limestone). For best results In some and Sirs. II. B. Taylor und Sirs. B soils It Is necessary to use llmo Sir. plant gaUierlng of form. Tho nitrogen Bourke, V. Zimmerman and son. well Brazil. (clover, alfalfa, etc.) do not grow Loulsvlllo; Sirs. T. B. Potrlo, to on acid soils, henco It Is difficult Ind.; Sir. George II. Barnes and Miss Sir. Marshal Barnes, ,SIrr. koep up Uio nitrogen supnly of the soils Anna Barnes, organisms Lizzie Taylor, of Beaver Dam; and Mr. under such conditions. Tho whlchrendcr the nttrogen(Of the soil Taylor, of Liberty. and Mrs. Horace available do not work well In tho abhenco sence of the carbonate ot lime, our Tafer. Like.i gathering plants do not the April 8, 1912. There Is un moke their best growth. Editor Hartford Republican: deI enclose two (12.00) dollars In .pay- almost universal opinion tliat soils rived from Umeatono rocks contain suffiMarch , 1913. ment for your paper to cient canbonato of lime. This Is' not Wo certainly like your paper true. Such soils ore very apt to be de- Yours respectfully, rains BYRON MILES! Jflclentjln llmetono because tho n, "Oak-wood. te Slar-shalCold-wel- dlsiolvo It out. The purer the ltmestono tho more readily It Is dissolved. Caves and sinkhole of limestone regions are duo to water dissolving away the rock. Raw ground limestone Is the best ma tcrlal to use. Burnt lime corrects sour ness, but it Is also a poworful soil stlmw lant nnd cnues n rapid lo?. of the organic matter and nitrogen of tho soil. The best test to determine whothcr limestone Is needed Is to preparo two plots of equal slzo and seed to clover or alfalfa, using ground limestone on one at tho rato of 1 or 5 tons per acre. and weighing the yields of hay. Tlie usa of limestone on Uie experiment StaUon farm increased tlie yield of alfalfa hay from 2000 lbs. per acre to 3510 lbs, per acre Uie first cutting. Ground limestone should bo appjled at tho rate of four tons per acre in tho beginning and one ton per acre every four or five years thereafter. It Is best to apply It after the ground is broken ami thoroughly disk or harrow It In. If burnt lima Is used, about half Oils amount of the freshly burnt material should bo applied, but it should be thoroughly slacked before application. Under no circumstances would we recommend burnt limo if the ground limestone can bo obtained. Where there Is a good demand for ground limestone It Is usually delivered on cars at plant for a dollar or less per ton, In car load lots in bulk. GEO. ROBERTS. Agronomist, Kentucky Agricultural E pcrtment Station. HW ILL First Time. WIN Colonel Gives His Views for Immense Crowds Greet Roosevelt As He Goes Over the Country. Philadelphia, April 10. Across Uie State of Pennsylvania, from Pittsburg to Philadelphia, Col. Roosevelt went campaign lng today, making his appeal for support at the primaries on Saturday. It was the liveliest day ot his campaign thus far. In no other State which he has traversed since he began his ftsh,t has he found the crowds so large and demon-- ' stratlve. Wherever he spoke Col. Roose velt asked tlie people to do on Saturday what Illinois did yesterday. "We knocked them over the ropes In Illinois," he sold, "and I wont to tee them take Uio count tn Pennsylvania." VIEWS OUTCOSIE OF FIGHT. The Colonel referred for the first tlmo to his view upon .Uie outcome of Uie fight. "lf,as I believe we will," he said, "win In this fight, I want you to remember "Uiat our success must bo made to turn for social and industrial Justice.'1' 'After what I've seen yesterday and he said at another time, "I today, believe that on Saturday Pennsylvania will do what Illinois did yesterday." In his address here tonight. Cot. Roosevelt made a detailed exposition of tlie theories which ho has propounded In regard to Uie counts. He again directed severe criticism against Joseph Choate, John G. Mllburn and Uie other New York lawyers who Have formed an association to combat bis ideas. He said that t,hess men, whom ho termed "embattled attorneys tor the defense of special privilege" in taking the posiUon they do, "nakedly champion veattd wrong."' He declared that they "are standing cheek by Jowl with our worst representatives of pollUcs when they seek, to keep the courts in Uie grasp of privilege and the pollUclans. "These worthy genUemen," he added "speak as If tho Judges were somehow Imposed on us by Heaven, and wer.o responsible only to Heaven." Later Col. Uoosevolt brought in tho name, of President Taft. He asserted that this country would not be a good place to llvo In "If we permit our Govt eminent to be twisted from its orlgluul purposes and to become a Government sucli as Sir. Taft, Sir. Choate, Mr. Mr. Penrose, Lorlmer, Mr. MUburn, Sir. Guggenheim and their allies wish to make It a Orovernment by corporation attorneys on Uie bench and oft the bench." As Col. Roosevelt was whisked across the State he found crowds at the larger points of such size that many of them within earshot. wero unable to get Horrlaburg and Altoona, antage points Lancaster, the best were thronged so that the streets wero almost Impassible. When he reached Philadelphia another throng was, waiting for him. Four hundred policemen lined the streets to keep back the crowds along the three squares from tho station to the hotel. In Opera House, Metropolitan The which he spoke tonight, was. filled an hour before the Colonel's arrival, and tho street In front ot Uio building was Jostling crowd. After witli a filled completing his main speech. Col. RooseLyceum Hall hi velt went to Labor Kensington, tho' northeastern section w.here ho received an en of the city, tliuslasttu welcome. on Col. Uoosevolt was accompanied his trip today by a tralnload of Ills supporters, who represented every section of the Stato. Father Curran, of Wilkes, barre, an old friend ot Uio Colonel, who is best known for his work among the coal miners, made part ot tlio trip. The last day of Col. Roosevolt's cam paign In Pennsylvania will be spent l'i the eastern part to tho tSate. iAt V);K o'olock hi the morning lie wil leave by special train over tlie Reading road, ami will speak In Reading, AUcntowii and Easton. Tho Colonel oxpects to reach Now York late (tomorrow afur noon and go at once to Oyster Bay. To Deliver Chickens. at Pooled chickens to bo delivered Beaver Dam Wednesday and Thursday April 17th and lSth. Nothing but pooled products to be received on said days. Bring your eggs. S. L. STEVENS, L. B. TICHENOR, H. T. PORTER, Committee. Operators Offer Resolutions. (Special Dispatch to The Republican.) Louisville, Ky., April 11. The following Is a preamble to a resolution gotten up be by the Coal Operators, which Witt placed beforo the Joint Committee at a meeting to be held at the Seelbaoh hotel this afternoon. Whereas for tho past ten years this association has accepted the advances and reductions filed Joy the National Convention of miners and operators as a basis for all wage contracts In districts twenty three, and Whereas Uie Cleveland convention recently provided an advance of flvo cents three per ton on screened coal and cents per ton for mine run on the pick and basis in and In advance of five twontvsix hundredths per cent on aTl other labor with the prospective provis ion that no demands should be made tn that would any district or the In any manner further Increase cost of production or decrease Uie earn ing capacity of the imlno run. to the miners Therefore we tender a proposition of district twenty-thre- e Uiat carries with it the Cleveland advances with the distinct understanding Uiat there stall be the only advance in the contract for nineteen hundred and twelve In' to nineteen hundred and fourteen. other words Uiere shall be no change In any condition tliat will further Increase cost of production or reduce ithe earning capacity of the miners. All other questions not afflicting cost of production to bo disposed ot by mutual agreement. ct ' Roosevelt wins in Illinois. figures from the primaries a Illinois give Clark over 100,000 over Wilson; majority over Taft, about Cut-lo75,000; Sherman's majority over lias Deneen Senator, 23,000. for of 75,i, a plurality for Governor the whllo Edward J. Dunno procured for Governor Democratic nomination by about 40,000. Comptled of Tuesday majority of Roosevelt's In m Taft Frobablo Gets Kentucky. The temporary organization ot the Ken tucky Republican convention which met at Loulsvlllo Wednesday was nuido with Senator W. O. Bradley as chairman and Sam J. Robrcts, of tho Lexington Leader, as secretary. The Loulsvlllo newspapers yesterday stated that Judge E. C. O'Rear one of the Roosevelt leaders in Kentucky conceded that with the division of delegates In Louisville, the Taft delegates even have control ot the convention through all the other contenting Roosevelt delegates should be seated. .Wednesday night the convention was adjourned untho til Thursday morning to permit Efgs for Sale. on Credentials to report. As Committee Improved B. P. Rock, 11.00 per setting. an attorney for the Roosevelt consenting MRS. JOHN W. SANDERFUR. delegation, Judge O'Rear was admitted R. F. D. No. J, Hartford. Ky. in the room with this committee. 90immmtiim i A BOOK THAT HAS NO STOPPING "THE VULTURE'S CLAW" BY REV. C. At Least You Won't Stop Until You Have Read it From Cover to Cover is deformed into the shape of a claw "The Vulture's Claw" is an absorbinply Interesting story, with a deep religious moral. The story takes its name from a miserly, grasping hypocrite whose left hand like a vulture that the title of the book is peculiarly apt. Mr. Wimberly introduces more than a dozen interesting characters and a multiplicity of situations which hu handles with n and his character is so much of a school mar'm who master hand'. His descriptive work is nothing short of genius. Most of the action takes place in the remote Ozark mountains and much of it hangs upon the coming into the mountains coming of a Methodist minister with whose beautiful character the reader readily falls in love. "The Vulture's Claw" is a remarkable story of hardship infuses new life and ambition into the community; and in a double romance which depicting the unfavorable environments of remote mountain sections; of the influence of one or two strong personalities upon the lires of many people, and through every page runs of the reader. absorbs the interest '"' F. WIMBERLY, 1 , ; PUCES! OF MADISONVILLE, KY. I The Hartford Republican ATTRACTIVE FOR YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER. 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There is nothing in it but what is elevating and helpful. The plot is well gotten up and there is enough comedy and tragedy both in it to interest any lover of fiction. I thought so much of it that I made a public announcement of the book in the chapel, and urged every student to get it and read it. -- M. A. Beeson, Pres. Meridian Male College. Remarks L Regular price of "The Vulture's Claw" is $1.50. By a special offer we are able to offer this fascinating book postpaid, and the Hartford Republican one full year for $1.G0. This is for a short time and our supply of books is limited. You should take advantage of this special offer before books are exhausted. This offer is extended to new or old subscribers. Address THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. X ' trlbuted at piactlcally no cost. SAVINGS OF vent tho sk from gutting Al'a certifi- can women Is due to the fact they 111 Agricultural Science. MAINTAINING SOIL 1'EltTII.lTV. ItotaLlon ami fertilization nro tho keys Keeping nil the to successful farming. animals tho faun will economically cany using tho nunuro of thu animals and gi owing legume crops will furnish abundance of homemade fertilJudl-clouj- jy izers. COTTON STALKS. PAPUU Cotton stalks. It Is thought, may bo used for tlio manufacture of paper. A machine lias Jen patented which will separate the brown bark from tho Inner plth.and It la claimed that excellent paper pulp may bo made fiom the latter. l'lom the bark a fcubhtltuto for excubilor is iujiiu-fuoturid. iji:st soil A somewhat rem apulks. eeu one eiuoUy soil, or verging somewhat on stony, has bo'.-.found batlifuctoiy for apple giowlng.pi"-vlde- d thero Is an ubundaiico of plant tood prtbint. Tho gravel and email stone assist In tho dialnago and tills piobably oplaJns, in pait, tho Kiiporloilty of such ileli In pVint food.ls tho Ideal applo soil. VALUU OK POULTRY 5IANUIIU. reulllzlng should bu heavy S to colds of niauuio to tho ouo would oo that about right. It lias boen shown stable manuio Is a complete foltlUiwr, but for a second ciop to bo kkjuii on tho same acre, thcio should bo applied a f utiliadditional ton of wmw special zer. back t.clcutlsts havo bound ;d l'or cf loud praise for tho fettlllzhig valuo poultry manuie. They liavo shown that It exceeded In quality any of tho fettlllzcis on tho market. An adult fowl Is supposed to produce ileal ly ICO pounds of highly concentrated manure In a year, but on tin averugo farm, on account of careless method In attending tho poultiy, tho bulk ot this manure U allowed ,1o go to waste. Successful luailvot gaidcncis know that an thing out of lieforo they can tho soil tlioy must flist place there tho fowls ore alproper material. "Wheio access to sueli lauds befoio plantlowed ing time jan oppoitunlty Is afforded to irs al obtain a flist-cla&- s niauuio alieady dU- - VALUABLE THCH STU.MPS. Tho stumps of the Norway pine left on A LIFE-TIM- E the fields yeais ago In the tiatl of the woodsman aro now blng turned to account by many establishments In MichiFrom Wealthy Farmer gan and Wisconsin. These stumps ar Taken rich In turpentine and resin, and tho By Shrewd Confidence process utilized Is what Js known as distillation, u hlch Is quite sltn-pl- o Men. and interesting owing principally to the great vailety of material which Is secured irom tins reiuse oi tne news ( Detrolt, Mich.. April SIx confidence Tho stumps are cut Into blocks and load-- I meu cieanea up $1(Wo In ono deal In Deed on Iron cars of cago construction and troIt toda.t and but for the foresight of fired In a retort. The heat drives out tho a country banker they would havo anado moisture and oils and opens up tho fiber it an even lu,0"O. Al Slnock, of Shanos-vlll- e, of tho wood. The water comos off first, Ohio, farmer, put up the $l,(j),aiiu turpentine. his brother 'William was ready to part followed by tho resin, then succeeded by a mKture of tar and tur with the 6,0i, and would havo done so pentine, ana tmauy mo now consists or. i,ut or . village financier. pure tar. Tho average lejd is a gallons Al Shrock made his SI.OOO In Arkansas of turpentine and S gallons of tar from real estate, and went back to work on a cord of wood welshing nbout 3321 tho Ohio farm. This reached tho cars pounds. The residue consists of W bushof "come on" men. Ono day a strang els of soft charcoal. ; er accosted Al on tho village stieet and From this matcilal thero aro obtained sold him what he thought was n. lot tho following products: Sheep dip, treo tery ticket for a land drawing in CanaJa spray and disinfectant, hlnglo stain Al paid 50 cents for the ticket. Some polish, fuco lotion, paint and pigments. days later Al received a telegiam from won a the man saying that ho had pp.nsnuvixa soil Mois-runn- . prize. Others entered Into the conspiraOne object of tilling Is to presorvo tho cy, and they all got worked up ocr mohtuio In tho soil. The spreading of possibilities. One of tho men manure during tho winter round tho Canada's tntlft DAIkln.1 llltftK"hl "" " 1ht1ll iltftm- nllll " tftO n stems of standaid fruit tiees.aiul such 'v'"v""uw sala " liad JU8t Uia rarm A1 "u,ltod- bushes as goosebenles and currants, "rlco was tends to keep tho surface soil of such plants nro near thosur Then anoUier stranger camo Into tho Tho loots scraping beneath P'ot. Ho wanted tho land, und Was will- face, and by slightly spado the mimeious tendoY loot "!' to pay S2O.0OO for It. Tho first witli a at splrator, however, said they wanted to ure soon opposed. Theso aro foedlng the stems, they nro pro- - ho honest witji Al and would let lilm woik ' f, mt in- - tim sti-nif.r.ir.ii nf tlm havo tho land for tlO.OoO. and ho could nt onco icsoll It to tho sixth Individual manure. In summer tlino wo hoe the wods, but for tho WH, thereby making a clean It is un excellent plan to keep tho hoo Pioflt of SlO.Ooo. going before the weeds aro Islblo. Tho Al didn't havo ?10,'io0, but his brother latter 1110 lobbeis of nutriment, und a owned ptopcrty worth enough to mako In little stir will prevent their setting a firm up tho difference. Al let 'William hold. Hut tho hoo goes ono step further, on the ilea,!. "William went to his bank-I- t bieaks up tho tiny pores In the soll'cr, Charles V. .Shepfer, of Sugar Crook, through which the moisture naturally to boriow tho money, comes to tho suifuco by capillary attrac-- j Meanwhlel Al went to Cleveland and tlon, and thus oapoiutlon is teuested-- a deposited his 1,000 In a bank there, most Important thing when rain U badly This morning he met tho confidence wanted. men In Dotrolt and turned orr tho After hoeing In this manner, nnd for cert If lento of Uoposjt to them. William tills object Is plainly seen that tints to meet tho crowd heio und turn ller much bencflt,as much and even more over hU J1,0. But Hanker Sliepfer than from those of tho summer showers. ;ra not so easv. lie Insisted on noimm. which leavo little traces belUnd of their ' panylng William to Detroit, and arrived lslt. re- soon after Al. but was too late to ' It cate of deioslt. lenrn the same meticulous 3Ir. Sliepfer and the Shrock brothers fashion' from the time they begin to went to tho Flist National Hank, nnd talk, as girls do In Hurope. "AH foreigners who como the officers promply announced the to tho whole affair was a swit.dlo nnd notified United States nro unanimous In praistho police. Tho confidence men "smell-e- d a rat" and skipped befoio they met Shepfer. The Shrocks didn't crcn ask for the names of tho swlndleis. Fritzi Scheff Writes to Women. women would learn to "If American at the same time they learned to talk, nenousness would bo on the among American women, Indecline stead of Increasing as It now Is." So sajs l'rltzl Scheff, the cliarmlng actress wife of John Fox, Jr. lime. Scheff asks; "How often do you seo an American woman with n piece of embroidery or other sowing that Is not absolutely necessary?" 1 am not speaking of tho enormous nrmy sew of working women who havo no time, but I am talking about society women and women of leisure, in Ihirope, when you call Informally at a friend's house, you will. In nlno cases out nf ten, find tho lady of tho house engaged In a bit of eswing, which who puts aside In a dainty workbaskct near tho window as jou oomo In. Then sliu gets tea for ou and you feel you talk to a calm and tested woman. "An AmerUan woman invariably ex'Sowing? 'Why, It makes mo claims: too nervous for words'.' I can't sit I or 'I havn't still! tho patience'.' sewing think that docs hrltato tho nerous person. Hut if sho will slowly train hcisclf up to It, sowing will benefit her Immensely. It will oblige From tho her to govern her nerves. time little ghls are ublo to hold n sew needle they should bo mado to about half an hour u day. Not In order to make them feminine, or to have them learn sewing, but tthnply Ui li.ilii A child that them to lomaln (inlet. to sit still und keep has been able manage its quiet wUl know how lo nerves when it gets older. In fact, It will not huvo any, wom"Tho secret of tho Kuropcnn an's absence of nerves Is, I think, her training In sewing as a child. And to counteract tho Increasing ncrvousnes among Ameilcan women I would Bay to mothers: Let your little girls leurn sewing as mental discipline," "All the nonounscss among Ameri Kansas, Oklahoma and prodtii-about twottUrds of tho entire crop grown hi the Fnltc-States. Kentucky raised unto biwtn mm a quarter of a century ago than sho grows nt present, and the acre iso shown by the census of UvJwas ing many of tho American woman's Just about thrco tlmevs that shown by attributes. Hut theto Is n!o one ride the census figures for WI0. It would piy of her character which they are equalthe farmers of Kentucky to bring aliout ly unanimous condemning, In and a retltnt in tho cultivation of this usethat Is her Increasing nenouxneo. ful and remunerative says M.irue 'Tho American woman,' Provost, the celebrated French writer, called tho best feminine psychologist In tho worjd, 'wants to be ever)wheie FOR FLETCHER'S and do eerj thing at tho samo time. Sho wants to learn all thero Is to be mm learned and seo all there Is to bo wen, jou want Job priatlng dona, although wo Frenchmen admire and fo.-ffItopuliMeat that Tho w o cannot her nmbltlon, help but see don't does o!assy iwork, aiul tho prfoowano that It iicut can bo fullflllcd nnd that 27tf meanwhile tho American woman. In I'cusonaiW.i. her mad race for perfection. Is acquiring tho horrible quality called nenes.' "Most Amerk.ins will admit the truth of tho statement. Neivousness certainly Is on tho Increase union,; women, ns It Is among American American men, too, for that nutter; and It must be rnnihatted." o Chiiaran Cry CASTORI A n .it ' moist.'0 - You will look a good while before jou find a better medicine for coughs und colds than ClminlienLaln's Cough Hemedy, It not only glus relief-- It cutea. Tiy It when you hne a couch or cold, und you mo certain to bo pleased with the prompt ruio which it wUl effect. For sale by all dealers. in 5 rJ.O Sn TaK Pain Pill. Tate con-hai- rs Money in Broom Com. Good broom corn sells at JJno a ton, hut thero Is nut much bloom corn, good or othciwiso, being grown In Kentucky. In fact, thero Is a seal city of tho flr.U cl.iss jiroiluct lurywhoio which bus boen tcflcctod in uceiit ycais in the To Head-Of- I a Headache Notkkfb fetter tlua f do-w- high pi Ices of blooms, Federal census flguies show that hi 1909 broom com was grown on 1,011 farm In Kentucky, but Uio eutlio hatvestaiea amounted to only 312 acies, und the entlio pioduot ngicgated only r,7,30 pouu of tho value tit about Jll.KH). A iomid of broom corn seed will plant about un acre, of ground and tho cost of cultl. vatlon Is not heavy. Hroom corn doLs not exhaust the soil, as tho stalks aro ploweel under and ,thus enrich tho land. The stalks also aio In soino demand for making paper pulp. Many stales grow broom com In .small acreage, but tho four states of lUhwU, Dr. Mile' BtdAfter-Effec- Anti-Pai- n Pills They Civ. fUIief witkeut MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart, "For four years I was subject to almost constant headache. At times so severe I was unfitted for work. Through the advice of a friend I was persuaded to try Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills and the result has been that I have entirely eradicated my system of those continuous headaches that followed a hard and continuous mental strain." O. L. Russell, Act C & N, W. Ry, Early, Ia. For 8tlby All Drugflltta. 85 Doses, 25 Ctnts. ln. jt J when struck up with oils ily, I'ut In a buttered pan. Covr substance unit ntnnil 2i) minutes. in n Jlnko It Is too denso nnd o'oso for good circu- CHARGED WITH X Gleanings from the Scratch' modernto oven. lation. Hetwcn tho hatches tho burlap ing Ten. Sour Crenm Cookles-O- no should be renewed occasionally. He sure ctip sour KIDNAPPING GIRL crenm, ono cup susur, uno pkk, two that eggs aro dried before going on the trnys If they havo bene illppril In ttr ami ii half cups flour, onn level teaspoons soda solution, otherwise tiny will stick an J Cuban nnd tlio satno of suit. is in Jail At Greenville fkutim; i:aas. nnd til op on well Imttorod Flavor break tho shell. After disinfecting, ntr Sloan's Liniment is nn exIf you nro working for fertile eggs for well, and havo tlio Incubator properly pniiK, Put doun ii little, xprlnklo On Serious cellent remedy for chest and hatching purpose, seo to It that too maiy regulated beforo putting In ,tlio eggs. wJtli miKnr mill put a launched nlmond throat affections. It quickly or wa'tuit on cncli. Mnko In a iiulck hens nro not given to a slnglu male. Wallace's Farmer. Charges. relieves congestion and inThe fault of overcrowding Is ono of OVI II. PIIOI'IT IN FA11M rOULTUV. flammation. A few drops Mobs Tlicso tnsto mtieli better tho mostffrultful sources of eggs that The poultry business.when wo como to in water used as a gargle is The Muhlenberg Argus, of Central tlimi tiny 5oii ml nnd nru n frcncrnl will not hatch. With moit breeds fif- look it squarely In tho fneens It really antiseptic and healing. By City, says: fanrlte, tine cup brown siwir, ono teen Is a good average, exists on tho farm, may bo fairly LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE Andrew Knight, a Cuban WOJIUN D who cup butter, two ckrs, one cup floiir, has l'OUfntV. as follows: Somo of our best planned poultry fnrm linking two tciispoons powder, half 1. It provides a fair minor source of been at work for somo tlnio on a farm "Ihaveuied Sloan's Llnlmtnl for yean and can testify to lu wonderful g ones, are farm Ineomo nnd yields tho best returns near l'aradlfc, Is In Jail at Crconvlllo cup wnlntit, sntno. of raisins nnd as wo'l as our MaslratUaa by Ellawarifc Tan efficiency. I have uitd it for tore throat, croup, lame back and rhcumallrm and Vcrnlo curmntfl, tlirco 'tablespoons tho outgrowth of woman's skill and In- when under tho enro of somo member of charged with kldnnpplng stiinc of in erery caie It gave instant relief." tho H year old daughter of two ctip, chocolate, rolled nits. genuity, Most women show a ipiallfica-Ho- n tho household who has a lovo for tin REBECCA JANE ISAACS, Lucy, Kentucky. Grant Hoblnson, near for luutncss about poultry of which flock. Paradise. Flavor with salt. It will bo pretty Capright 1V0V, by LouU Joaepa Vum on on butter-c- d men nro occasionally void and ns clenn-llnc2. Thnt small flocks nro relatively more Knight was urrested In Evansvillo stiff. Drop from teaspoon Information furnished by Chief Lang-leIs nn Important factor, CHAPTER XVII, sho of profitable than largo one. pan. Unite. of this city. ten outstrips our '.'lords of creation" Hi 3. That farm poultry Is much more Two battered nnd eoro enllormcn Last Saturday night Itoblnfon results obtained. The curb of poultry Is profitable than town-Jcalled poultry. eat back to back, their arms lnshed Chief Langlcy by telephone nnd told productUo of good health to women en4. That proper feed and care are of to ono another and to tho central uphim that his daughter was gaged therein, giving them sufficient ex- moro importance than breed. missing. right so that neither could move, both is excellent for sprains and Langley at onco busied himercise In tho open air, and Just enough Hogwallow Happenings. halfubmcrged In tho fountain of 5. That poultry houses If kept clean nnd Officer bruises. It stops the pain self with the case, and found that the of care ami responsibility to nuiko tliulr comfortublo need have no frills or fancy tho Greek. at once and reduces swellgirl had boarded a boat at Ilockport "Ve'll Hnd tho bath quite refreshwork Intuit sting iind to mnko them fcol stunts. ing very quickly. ing," O'Rourko told them, preparing to with Andrew Knight, llo then their Impoitntice. This field for women C. That poultry Is not a Sold by all dealers. depart, "as well as a novel experiEansvIUo to apprehend the Is almost unlimited uud it pays them scheme, and city people who think they ence. 'Twill do yo a world of goo, and they wero arrested at tho pair, BOo., $1.00 Captain Hole, as anyono will tell yo Tlio Hog Ford church lins a new mem- better profits than they can reasonably are going to move to the suburbs and n vengreatly reduco tho cost of .living Who has over had tho mlsfortuno to ber In tlio person of Fit Smith. .uollior expect from most other business by wharf when their boat pulled In. Sloan's went after tho girl and brought raising poultry havo "got another think scat will not be added, Jmwcixycr, until tures. Farm News. Treatise her back, wlillo the Evansvillo police on the puoaui:.ss It Is seen that lie lit golns to stick. incubation. coming.'' Fnrm and Fireside. Horse brought Knight. As boon as tho egg ruic-hcthe Incu- EFFECT OF COllN ON COLOIt OF sent free. Some) peoplo work all tlio tlma uud all Tho story told by tho girl is rebating temperature, tho germ begins to , i:aa yolks. Address t they net Is tiled. grow. If tho egg Is kept below the. IncuSho says that Knight and The Maryland station recently conclud- markable. Dr. camo to her houto and bating temperature for somo days It will ed experiments to dttermlno tho effect another man Tho Excelsior Piddling Hand Is Earl S. Sloan called her out, telling her Hint her ta'Jinvo niado soino lovely music sioll. Tho blood Is moving by the end of of corn on tho color of tho yolk of egss. father wanted to seo her. When sho wlillo out serenadlni; tlio other nlslit tho second day of normal Incubation. Ily A flock of 13) single comb Whlto Leg stepped outsldo tho door sho says a but tha'wlnd bltw" It all away us fast tho end of tho third day tho vascular horns wero divided Into three lots of pistol was pointed area which forms Its first tet of luns forty at her hend nnd nnd wero housed and cared ns It was rendered. Is perfectly framed. If jmi break an for alike except that one pen received Its her life was threatened If sho did not Piof. Sap Ppnullln will deliver an men. A shawl egg tho third day In u dish of n'lghtly wholo grain In tho foim of corn; anoth- go with tho was on tho Wild salted warm water, you cm nolo tho er In tho form Polo at tho thrown around her and sho went with of whent.nnd the third Onion school hoiisu next &iturduy nlijlit. beating or tho heart. On the fourth day Torched a mixture of corn and wheat. them, boarding a boat at Ilockport Ho will glvp n full description of It, They did no the a!lantois starts to develop, spreads All pens were allowed freo access to nar about 9 o'clock at night. tho blnckboard to lllustinto Just how out on tho lusldu of the shell, nnd the row yards which furnished according to a very limit- leavo their stateroom, taLl It Is and how It looks. given entire contents of tho egg ure eventual- ed amount of green stuff. All tho eggs tho Information the local auly en eloped by It. This organ Is full laid by these hens were saved nnd, they readied Evans-vllluntil after thorities, In point of liuni.iil Interest, a church THE through boiling, wero cut In half nnd of boold Vessels, Is tho organ placed bnptlnlni; ranks along with a prize SEWINQ which tho bird breathes, and nets as In parallel rows for comparison. In every lloblnson claims that his daughter fight. MACHINE Is only 11 years old and sho docs not tho lungs. Wnllaco Farmer. lnstnnoo tlio eggs from tho corn-fe- d lot OF look any older. If sho is under 18 a With tho advent of spring Poke I'iiz-le- y ciiickhns nei:d wati:u. showed j oiks with a deep yellow color. QUALITY.) chnrgo more serious You may hay, "Every ono knows that,' Every egg fiom tho will begin his annual summer ackidnapping than tivity by fl.lng u good plaeo on (i.iti- - but a good many peoplo forget It. Wo lot had a yolk of good color, Cuban while, can bo registered against the "What Fr?" Demanded the Scot, der crick for Ills wife to do family huo been in chicken houses where tho with but threo exceptions, the eggs from nnd probably will be. In tho nican-tlm- o Advancing. NOT washing. In order that ho may bo ever water lulls we.ro n solid eal.o of leo the thpso fed wheat had yolks of a Vto he is held on that charge. ery SOLD greater part of tho day, and where we polo yellow color.. Tho threo exceptions did not resist arrest and claims that itand to leoward of yo. Your money near her ho will set his fishing polo UNDER were almost certain the chickens elUln t can probably bo accounted for by somo It was their expectation to got marand other belongings yo'll find on tho Just across tho cicelc. ANY get ono good drink all duy long. The of the hens getting green food from 'the ried In Evansville. bench hero, If ever yo nro loosed, Tho fact that the OTHER Miss Fruzlo Alsop spent Tuesday morn- reason which I doubt. I call your nttentlon NAME. tho town-lo- t fancier is often more yards. Another test was mado subse girl was taken from one state to anoth to tho fact that I toko nothing but ing at tho homo of Miss Uostcttcr Hocks successful In raising chickens than is double serious quently with whlto corn and tho yolks er makes tlio offense mo property, of which yo sought to In an effort to find out what Jllsa and renders Knight liable to prosecu tlio farmer Is because tho towji-lo- t WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. wero a very pale yellow. rob mo. On the other hand, becnuso paid for her new hat. fancier .sees to It that his chickens have If you purchaso tho NEW HOME you will As a result of the tests It was conclud- tion In Federal Court. of that attempted robbery, I heroby have a life asset nt the price you pay, and will Tho wlfo of Sim Flinders has bc"ii feed and water every day. Wo cnturc ed that yellow corn, when fed to hens to pay my bill for passage from Athens to Alexandria. If yo care to so hoarse that sho could not nixuk abovo to Bay If tlio manufacturers of foun- In tho proportion of nine parts corn to For rheumatism you will find nothing not have an endless chain of repairs. dispute it, me solicitors In Dublin will a whisper fur the past few lnys. Until tains that keep tho water warm were twelve parts mash, gives a very deep better than Clinmberlaln's Liniment. Try Quality be pleased to enter Into litigation with sho gets to talking out loud again Sim usked as to where their customers were yellow PqT color to tho yolk. Yellow corn, It and see how quickly It gives relief. fe. Gentlemen!" he bowed ironically, will not wair cotton In his cars. I m For sale by all dealers. I located, they would tell us that the when fed to hens In the proportion of 4 Considered yf "I bid ye good night" great majority of purchasers of conon-lcncparts corn to 16 2 parts of other He was still chuckling over the outA Wonderful Offer. for tho poultry house are found foods, gives a noticeable yollow Saved by his wife. tint. come when, twenty minutes later, he in tho towns, where the chickens ure en- Wheat, when fed In the same proportion Read the B!g Offer of The Reipub-ca- n and Danny were trudging through the She's a wise woman who knows Just om another page of silent streets of Alexandria, a full mile what to do when her husband's Ufa is In couraged to pay tlielr way. Wallace's does not give any yellow color to the egg fchla Issue away from Danny's lodgings. Farmer. and whlto corn is no better than wheat. wherein you can get this papiar, Tine danger, but Sirs. It. J. Flint. Drain tree, Danny," O'Rourko pursued, with GOOD FOR rOULTUV. Peoso far as furnishing a tint to the yolk Farmer & Stockman and the Vt on If you want a sewing machine, write tor) lustra hint of anxiety in his tone, my Is of that kJnd. "Sho Insisted Poultry food should be palatable. Some Is concerned. Mlcldgan Farmer. ples Popular Monthly, one pear each, using Mr. Kings New discovery," our latest catalogue before you purchase. ''would ye happen to bo having a bit grains are the favorite food for chickens and a full size 10x20 crayon enlargeThe New Horns Sewing Machine Co., Orange, HassO. of lining In your pocket, now be acci writes Mr. F. "for a dreadful cough, while others arc not. Itye may be fed, ment ALL for $2.05. 21U when I was so weak my friends all dent, as they say?" but It Is not generally liked by poultry, FOR FLETCHER'S Danny drew himself up proudly. thought I had only a short tlnio to Fortune in Faces. "I've eight hoondred and fifty pounds, live, nnd it eomjJetely cured mo." A and should necr be made the principal There's often much truth In tho say-In- e sor, and av quick cure for coughs and colds, Its tho teed. It may bo used in a mixture with Keep im( Ladies! STe Mosey other grains, and will be eaten by the .that Is yours be rights, beln' what most safo and reliable, medicine "her face Is her fortune," but its for flock, Style by Re.dk McCd't lye lent me, yer honor, while all the ltellsh Is ono of .the factors of BOOKKEEPING never raid where pimples, skin erupmany throat and lung troubles grip, Irlst la yours for the taking." proper feeding. Magazine and UtiRgMcCalFatttrM a. isiiiws,rinrwnfny tions, blotches, or other blemishes dis"That's fine. Danny, fine!" sighed bronchitis, croup, whooping cough, quinsy Food should be carried. Tlio best TYPEWRITING sad figure It. Impure blood is back of them McCaa" Mat atlaawllt ICRourke. " 'TIb yourself will never re- tonsllltls, hemmorrhagca. A trial will TELEGRAPHY all, and shows the need of Dr. King's MKAUS MAGAZINE help you s dress stylpoultry foods on tho market ure ishly at moderate gret investing it in Pool of Flame, Un- convince you. DOcts and (1.00. Guaran- combinations expense by keeping PMEIE New Life Pills. They promote health of tho common farm grains. wlJLBVK Hi SMI 111 " limited. I'll personally guarantee the teed by all druggists. m you posted on tbo Its Pretldant baa rears of experience In mercantile There aro varying amounts of euch, ac- sod banking bnaloeai, also SI rears educating 10,000 and beauty. Try them. 5 cents at all la ten fashions In Jncome from It, Danny." ctoilies ana bats. (O for anrceea. S9rEnter now. druggists. cording to nutrltle value and heavi- Tonne men and women SJaUTH, . m "Shure, aor, don't I knowT" aiinasWIUCm B. &xlaartma, Kj. Ken Fnslilon Designs Death Made Beautiful. In each Issue. Also ness -- wheat, oats, corn.barley.rye mil"And in the morning, early, Danny, Anluablg Information Qeorgo W. Perkins, tlio corporation ex iye and I will take boat and go out to let seed, cano seed.fleJd peas.buckwhoat, on all lionio and IH'fcJ pert, began Ufo oh on Insurance agent. 8 MJimt matters. " Oulr5 me the Pelican for sunflower neds and grass seeds. With UK s year. Including! But In the moraine, as It hanoened. good was ho at tlio gamo that ono of his these are combined grit, shells andchur-coa- l. n freo pattern. 6ub- ten bo today or send, I tbe Pelican had discreetly left the har friends described him In these words: With a little Instruction, ono could for freo camplo copy, i bor. you that tho "George could conlnce continued.) tlieflock, HcCtll Fattens willenatiloyou tornado In your make such a combination, for (To be grave was tho biggest financial instituowu homo. wiilDotfrun-- hands cliilliiacfur of grains on tho farm. Agricultural yoursolf and ihililrii Milrli will topui(cct tion, tlio biggest dividend prayer and tho higher iliaoiS In itylo and nt. l'nie-Ap- iio Savory Standbys. Six cents bend lor freo l'ariu Catalogue, r , biggest gold mine. In the world. He caul and IMPOUTANCE OF WATER. W Will Girt Ym Fue Prunts for cutting subi ftitad Drtvulng. (viy to nuiko build up In jour mind tlio Idea that each scrlptious amone ov;r IHemli. fynd for freo Yolks of well) four As an egg Is more than wlU kep very Premium Catnlosuo ami Cntti I'ruo OITcr. day you spent mi tartli .was time, thrown THE HtCMX CONPAMT. 239 to 249 Wat 374 S, KIW YMC cjb, ono teaspoon of dry mustard, away. Ho could convince you that tlio water, the Importance of supplying the sugar, ono tablc-- f hens with all tlio water they require can flvo teaspoons of only real feat for you to perform was to poo ii not bo too strongly urged. Water not of flour, lulf cup mild vinegar, die, bo burled, and leave your wife and only enters into the composition of an When you eet ready for Magazines of ono cup water, u Uttlo s.vlt and jKipper. Nov. 10, 1912. From noV then children to roll resplendent in wealth that egg as tho leading substance, but it fulany kind call on J. Ney Foster MagaIipll In double boiler till thick, kept waiting for ho and his company Catalog zine Agency, Ilartford. Ky., fills qther purposes. It Is as essential add a piece of bulter tlio slzo of a AND gladly sent upon request. 33tf egg or a cup of sour cream. I'ut them." to the bird as a solent to tho food when largo To hard grains are fed, as tho gizzard thut In ft glass Jar and use as needed. A log on the Track. more grinds the grain to powder, but the wu-tmnko It tasto frch and much One full year for WE WANT TO SEND serious Is thus necessary to assist tho diOf tho fast express moons didlclous add a little whipped croam trouble ahead if not removed, eo does gestion and to convert tho food into blood Just before servlroj. Frosting loss of appetite. It means lark of vital- It Is generally supposed that birds are Cako and IZaay Chocolate sugar, half cup butter ity, loss of strength and ncrvo weakness. not partial to clean water and will Ono cup ABSOLUTELY cup milk, two If appetite falls, tako Klcctrlc Bitters drink from filthy pools In proferenco to (bcant.) d quickly to ovorcomo tho cause by toning pure water. But the fact Is the hen Is cJiocolate, ono and tablespoons You get all of the Presidential Campaign and of Ohio f eggs, up tlio stomach and curing tlio indiges- rather fastidious and will always prefer cups flour, white of two county news for extremely low price. Our Treatvanilla. tion. Michael Ilesshchiier, of Lincoln pure water nnd clean food when they ment for two teaspoons baking powder, will be held in June and Nob., had been sick over three years, but are accessible to her. If there Is Both National Conventions or cake pan no Itako ,ln drlplng WEAK bIx bottles of Klcctrlc Hitters put him clean water in sight she Is compelled to LUNGS remains but two months for the drawing of battle when cold pour over the following: and there white right on his feet again. They have help drink wliut Is In sight. A laying hen reono cup Frostlng-n- oll of lines, during thattime there will be intense interest in the Ceaamiaptioa tablespoons of wnter ed thousands. They give, pure blood, quires more water Uian food. Kansas with flvo Butor various movements made towards the selection of Presiin anjr forsv string. Itavo strong nercs, good digestion. Only W Farmer, till it Just begins to m of two eggs and cents at all drugUts, dential candidates. DISINFECTING THE INCUUATOtt. you are subject to Coughs, Colds, he yolks beaten lf clwoo-lattablespoons of Pains in the chest and under the shout-dthroe heaping Incubators should be-- disinfected after When sending in your subscriptions state whether you are Why he was late. Pour the yrup over tnja, beat blades, It you have night 'sweats, each hatch. Don't be afraid of doing tho new or old subscriber. hemorages or consumption on any form, a UtUe and pour ovw the cold cake "What made you so late;" work too thoroughly; clean every crack feel weak and run down, write us and Easy to do and seldom taiit. "I met SmltWn.'' and crelce, also clean the lamp and ie and silt ( two cups we will send you a FULL SIZED DOT. Nut Loaf-M- ix "WeJI.Uiat Is no reason why you should a new wick tar each hatch; at tho price SEND ALL ORDERS TO TLB of aermlnnl Emulsion, as a FHEP cup of sugar, four tea- be an hour laXe getting home to supper.' of wicks wo can not afford to run the d flour, powder' and one TIUAL and you can see for your "I know, but I asked him how he was risk of tlio lamp smelling because of a baking spoons what the medicine will do tor you. tlia tips of the feeling, and he Insisted on telling me foul wick or of going out because of a spoon of salt. Using Uie above two and about his stomach trouble." If you will send us 25 cents, we will used fingers, work Into short wick. If tar preparation be prepay the express charges, the packbutter, then "Old you tell JJm to take CJiamber-laln'- a rln It out thoroughly from the burlap a half level tablespoons Circulation Dept. age Is toe large to go by mall. Address, fuUX onn Tablets?" trays or banket on the add one cup of milk, one OHIO MEDICAL CO., "Sure, thai Is what he needs." Sold b style of Incubators. The burlap Is used then half cup egg yolk wejl beaten, ' COLUMBUS, O. Lock Box M, walnuts and beat thpr- - all deaUrs. m to permit free circulation of air, and of chopped . '".. tnr-llk- o K-- t The Pool of Flame ; Chest and Sprains sum-mnrlz- Here's Proof bcst-imyln- Itob-lnso- n, ss y, ot SLOANS LINIMENT NIc-covl- o tele-pon- Price, 28c, Ito'j-inso- of TW Wll Til ss us-bi- ff c. NEW HOME J2&I IIos-lett- er re-fu- '"Tfjg Children Cry' d CAS TO Rl A .SsV3 sae tai V' kit-box.- X nlno-tontl- is SPECIAL Campaign Offer until J The Louisville Daily Evening Post THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN er T three-fourll- is $1.90. two-thir- xtss FREE WEMW YOU e. er one-thir- The Hartford Republican slt tn Hartford, Ky. open-botto- m I U ' terost manifested, because o our mind It bespeaks a day of better thtng- silny when the Lorlmers nnd Tammany waxed Ratmd aecotdlng to 1iw nt the Po.tofflc Halls that have fattened nnd moll matter ol the Kcond strong by political trickery may find Hartford. Ky., their trade gone forever nnd their power placed with the people. C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER Hartford Republican. INTERESTING EDITORS RAMEY E. DUKE, d. NEY FOSTER To Wed by Proxy. Ftementel ha Mo Foston, April Just received word trim his sweetheart. In Hol l.lcfmnn, Johanna Maria hns fane land, that Queen Wllhc-lmlntinned their plan of wedding by proxy, and the unique ceremony will take place as soon as the bride and groom have compjeted arrangements. Although marriage by proxy Is not allowed In the legal steps have been United States, taken and Pimentel is confident that the Immigration authorities will not bar his bride when she comes to this country Immediately after tho ceremony. 9.-- PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. communications Hartford Republican. i atl to Bnlwcrlben desiring the paper sent to n bow ddrrss must give the old address In making the NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS rrqneft. unlet Unsolicited raanoicrlpU will not he returned accompanied by postage. Anotymoos communications will receive no attention. llrown wias In our midst Saturday nnd Sunday to fill his regular FRIDAY, APRIL 12. appointment nt Smallhouse baptist cluircn He was a guest of Mr. M. 1'. Jlnddox touch of the baseball makes the and family Saturday night and dined One at Mr. Opple KIttlnger's Sunday. who)e world Kin. Messrs. J. C Hill, J. It. nnd S. i:. Bennett Colonel Bryan Is still enjoying himself Hunter, Harry Brown, J. C. Hartford harpooning Brother Harmon. nnd Alonzo France went to Rev. II. V. Meufffe. Ovuatl3Xn& 7aBZSF3ZOXT3EB. Blvi,. ,.23. SMALLHOUS What the world needs Is less good advice nnd more good example. All things are for the best --nnd every one of us Imagines he's the .best. merely Some poopjo go through life waiting for a chance to get even with some one else. not The London suffragists appear only to have smashed tho windows, but to have smashed their prospects. of Baltimore talking of piping that natural gas Into the city when Democratic convention is to meet there in June. Think Another American girl is to become a pilneess. Tlicio seems to be no end to tho coronets that need rcgllding and the ancestral estates that need rehabll-latlon. The ought Court. small roads effort to pike tho Llvermore rond to bo encouraged by tho Fiscal Farmers who raise $1,000.00 in on' section ns a donation for good are entitled to 'em. The HtUe city of Hurray, Ky., Vlth a population of J.OuO people Is describing Its advantages to manufacturing concerns and nsks prospectors to look at their city, nnd one of the Inducements they are offering to nil manufacturing Indus-rlis nn exemntlon of taxes for a period of five years to any and all that will locate there. Hartford would profit greatly if they would make the same kind of proposition to outsiders wanting a good location for a factory. m Saturday. Mrs. Kddle Hunter, Hartford, Ky., formerly of Smallhous, is In our midst the guest of Mrs. S. 13. Withiow. Misses Ethel Hunter and Katie Hawkins have returned from Utlca to Smallhous from a three weeks lslt to Sirs. J. S. Trunnell and Mrs. Annie I.ashbrook. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mltchel, of Bcvlcr, are visiting friends nt Smallhous. Smallhous Mr. Sam Fn tight was at Thursday. Mrs. Flora HusMU was a guest of relatives here for several days recently. Mr. J. R. Hunter and Vlfe and sun, S. H. Hunter, visited Mr. nnd Mrs. 1. L. Wood, Ceralvo, Ky.. last Sunday. Mr. J. C. 11111, of near South Carroll-towas n guest of Mr. M. F. Maddos. and family Friday night. ,Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Bennett and son. Arnold, Centcrtown, nnd two other friend whose names we did not get were in our midst Saturday. Mrs. Sam Morton Is on the sick list nt this writing. Mr. Boy Morton, wife and children, of Central City, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morton. Mr. Ira Cot, route 2, Ilartford, Is In our mldt nt this writing. opened The S. S. at Smallhous church Sunday from Its winter quarters, with Mr. Opple Klttlnger as superintendent. Miss Bee Igleheart Secretary, and .Miss Uuth Godsey. assistant, we liave Miss Oma Maddo, Miss Ethel Hunter, Fulkerson Mable Itoss, Flaudle and Mr. J. B. Kirtlty as teachers. We prophesy a good S. S. There was an egg hunt for the little ones yesterday which was highly enjoyed by all. n, Mes-dam- Cleveland nnd Ollle, Mr. and Mrs. (Ins-- n Afford nnd three sons, Kverott.Cnrl FROM BEAVER DAM and Clcll, of Union i nnd Mr. and Mrs. I). R. Foe inster, of Chandler! Okta. Little Gladys received seveinl nlco presents great mint, Mis. Breezy Paragraphs From Our one lclnir fiom her Wo Naunlo I'eenifter, of Ohio county. im renhad a gr.at fnist nnd miMle Neighboring dered by Mr. Oho and Dec Powers, Kntc City. Uooley, Kvu Powers, Mrs. Thomasson and daughter, Alia and Mr. Reibtf-- t Thorn nvrmt. All reported a great time. Wishing Tho Republican great success Mr. J. II. Barnes and family attended tho funeral of Mr. Barnes sister, Mrs, for tho year of 1912, I beg to remain Addlngton, of Hartford, Sunday. your obedient servant. Mr. Will Woodward has returned home W. F. CONRAD. from South America where ho has a pov sition as civil engineer. Kentucky Soldiers Ready. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. W. King nnd little Frankfort, Ky., April 10. Kentucky and soldiers nre rendy to go to war nt any son, John William, of Hartford, Hills time that the National Mrs. George Arhuckle nnd airs, Government O'Unnnon, of Central City spent Sunday should order a movement, and the Ker with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John tucky National Guard mobbe1 can King. ilized In as short a time as those of Lnclc Jim chick, or me houiu tienver Slnt0 Jn tll0 LTnIont Tll0 adjutant Dam neighborhood, Is visiting friends nn (General's Department has everything so. relatives In town this week nrrange'd that If a call should romo the Mr. R. C. Hocker, of McHenry, spent Kentucky National Guard can respoti Sunday with his parents. with all speed. Adj. Gen. W. 11 .HuhU-ma- n Mr. Kills Foster, of Hartford, was in from lVorlda nnd Is In has town Sunday. Wc don't know why. charge of the military department. Mr. Morton Williams went to GreenTho Adjutant General has approved the ville Sunday, on business wo think! election of Joseph II. Schuler to lie CapMr. nnd Mrs. Dan Kelly, of Grccnvlll". tain of Company I, Third Regiment, nt spent tho week end with Mrs. Kelley's I.eltehflcld. father, Mr. Gcorgo Barnes. Mr. Orvl'le McKenney has returnd Card of Thanks. homo from Columbus, Ohio, having comsincere I wish to ctend my most pleted a course In electricity. the thnuks to our neighbors, filends, Mrs. Will Cook nnd son left Momliy w the lodges nnd all who for the bedside of Mrs. Cook's mother, kindly assisted us In the last Illness Mrs. Brooks, of Whltesvllle, who is not God nnd death of my dear huslund. epectcd to ree'ovcr. bless you all. visited j Mr. Curby Park, of McHenry, MRS. GEORGll W. WHITE i Miss "you Know?" Sunday afternoon. Hartford. Ky.. Apill S, 1912. Burgess, who has been Mr. "Shorty" very III of pneumonia, Is nearly able to GEN. SIMON B. sit up. Mr. Lnrkln WlUlnms Is very low Willi is tuberculosis and hi art trouble. He BUCKNER IS not epeeted to live but a short time. Mr. J. S. Gentry, will open a new stock 5i. of general iiierchnndle nt the A. Sage of "Glen Lily" Enters Upon Taylor & Son stand. Mr. Gentry was forma,'.!)- - a successful merchant of His Ninetieth Year in Ky. Ho Is one of ilir country hov Good Health. who made good abroad. i Miss Catherine- Thompson, of Fords vllle, is spending a week with Mrs. Jn' U Simon Lexington, Ky.. April Tucker. elghty-nlutthe Vaughn, of Adalrvllle, Ky.,spent Buckner celebrated Mr. "Glen a few days visiting the family of Dr anniversary of his birth nt Lily," ills homo In Halt county, on S. D. Taylor. Monday. Born to the wlfo of Mr. Hubert Rum- last deenters his ninth Gen. Buckner Humage a fine girl on the 9th Inst. In life cade of his long and useful bert is all smiles. In the . Our great winter sport Is over (basket good health. his Interest lie ball) and our teams have delivered tlio world's affairs as keen its ever. games p'.iyed Is a splendid einniple of serene and goods. Out of sevente-eby tho boys, they won eleven and we vigorous age. -- NOTES Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Alford nnd two sons, Baking Powder Absolutely Purm - -. Makes Home Baking Easy ' bisWith minimum trouble and cost cuit, cake and pastry are made fresh, ready-mad- e, clean and greatly superior to the N variety, dry, avoided. and danger of alum food is found-in-the-shop Louisiana for tho Confederaey. In tho Kittle Command! d n corps of Chlcam.iuga and wns made Lieutenant General. f nt close Returned to Kentucky war and resumed life ut "GletiLllv.'' Governor of Kentucky from "fJJk,'0 tsOi ,: Gen. Grant. Pallbearer nt funcral-o- f Candidate for Vlie President on. Rational Deniocr.illi: ticket, 1K1 POND RUN. April 9.-- illicit Shields filled lil-- i regular appointment S.itnr.iyi and Sun- for tho homo of ty left hnmidiately the groom. Miss May l'ord is on ,the sick list thl-- l week. Henry Cummins went to Rochester yesterday. Mrs. Fnnnyo Bennett and Mrs. OIJIo Beiimtt wont to sw Mrs. Onrolvn Brown yestenlay. Mis. Brown Is very low. Mr. J. I. Clark ami J. J. Russell went. .. to llartfoid Friday. Mr. Thomas Williams has moved to Mr. Tom TUford's pl.ice. pl.ico There will be singing ut this net Saturday night. -- 89 ", - S.-- h day. SunSunday School wns reorganized day. A. O. Ross was reflected Suerln-tenden- t. T. II. Graham assistant Supcrln tendent, Mr. Marvin Ross Seeiotnry and Treasure and Miss Uln Rowo assistant. Mr. Justoii Rowo, Oklahoma City, Is this visiting friends nnd leLitives in community. Sunday t,chool opened at Hopewell Sunday. Mr. James WIULims Is some better nt present. Mr. Elbert Ilunley lost a fine mare this week, i Wlllye Mr. Ernest Rowo nnd Miss Brown, were united In marriage by Rev. Shields on tlio nfternoon of April Ith. nt tho home of the brides parents, Mr and Mrs. Luther Brown. The bridal par Mules for Sale. work mules for sale at my farm three miles south of Beaver Dam, Kentucky. E. W. BAKER. 3ltf Two good i m Record Price for Hay. Hay wild higher Cincinnati, April than at any time mIiico tho hero :) Civil War. For good timothy Juiy a ton was the ruling flguru on tho flHr of Com-ineChamber of tlio Cincinnati Sy rt - e. Farm for Sale or Rent. Tor sale or rent, good river farm. 2Ct3 bottom U. S. CARSOX, Hartford, Ky. THE NEW ISSUE. TJiere Is an old adage about the unfor tunate results to tho dog wjio Is given a bad name, and it is equally unfor tunate that Issues big with weal and country woe to eavy citizen of this dog enviable should be given such names as the Inlatlve.and .the Referen dum. The ls&ues themselves are quite sim ple. By Initiative is meant the power of the people to initiate or begin legisla tion. Under our present plan of gov ernment iO per cent, of our people might law or n redisrictfavor an antl-paing bill and yea a few politicians can and have In fact, defeated the almost unanimous will of the people yith ref erence to both measures. plan as it has Under the Initiative been working In Oregon, California and the ether States for several years, pcopJe may and do petition favorite on such matters Just us we in Kentucky petition for a local option ejection and If a majority vote to fine the railroad that issues a pass and tho public offlecr who ride's on one this will of the people becomes law. In like manner by the Referendum the people, may veto any law pawcsl by their legislature. Such us a tax of Jl.W on vach farm boy's gun, for instance. Allied with these measures is the by which the pooplo on petition an veto a man out of. office whenever they choose. Jloro than 10 per cent, of the people of the United States now jiass-ethese lowers within tlieir respect a ive Slate governments. It is only brief time until oery State, and the must Unites! States government Itself them. 1'aity lines aro accept or fading In the fierce glow of light that has been and is bolng turned on these Jssues. It may bo conceded that iower Is always brought wltli peril, but notrusted where can Jt be more Bafely than with tho people who must suffer by its misuse. Unfortunately too much power is now left In the hands of those who profit by abusing It, and tho peoto reunovo a faithless ple are ,helplc official or to curtail his power. the Both PAriies are seething with n(Uot of Ideas on these questions. The people aro entitled to know where each parly and each candidate stands on the .waiters. We are clad to see the ln- Re-ca- ll, s have played some of the best teams In Our boys pitched Western Kentucky. the sphere through the goal enough to make about 4T5 points In tho seventeen games allowing our opponents on,ly nbou "ijO. One' of the forwards lias an average points per game, and the othof 19 er players handle the ball at the same House for Sale in Beaver Dam. pace. A splendid cottage in the Header adBut listen. Those girl teams are cergood tainly dition in Beaver Dam, Ky., in the best ever. Unfortunatejy they condition, and including four town lots have only liad a chance to win but are for sale if sold at once. Bosldence three games, because that was n,U they is now being repapered. A bargain is of- have played. Rail! Rah! Rail' for the fered. Call on or address, home team. BARNETT & FOSTER, Hartford, Ky. 30tf 1 Discharge in Bankruptcy. United In the District Court of the Resolutions of Respect. States, for the Western District of KenWhereas, our Heavenly Father, in his tucky, Owensbo'ro Division, In Bankall wise Providence has seen fit to re- ruptcy. move from our mlelst our dear brother, a In the matter of Avery Stewart departed Bankrupt. Henry C. Edmondson, who tills life April 3rd, 1912. 1912, On this 5th day of April A. D He was a member of Magnolia Camp on considering the petition of the aforeNo. 371, W. O. W Beaver Dam, Ky. on said bankrupt for discharge, filed the the 21st day of March A. IX, 1912 It is Therefore, bo It Resolved, .that members of this amp have dost a true ordered by tho court that a hearing be brother, the wife, a loving and devote! had upon the same, on tho day of husband, and the community a good, law May A. D., 1912 before said court at abiding citizen. Federal Hall at Louisville, Ky., in said' frontier. Heiolvtd, that a copy of these resolu district at 10 o'clock, in tho forenoon, the lieutenant of tho last He Is tlons be spread on our records, a copy or as near thereto as practicable, and , of and generals of the Confederacy, sent to the family, and a copy sent to that notice thereof bo published of the Civil war he one all the survivors each of our county papers for publlca time In Hartford Republican, a news- held tho highest ran. tton. career In brief was paper printed 4a said district, and that Gen. Butkner's C. P. HODGES, all known creditors and other persons as follows: J. C. HOCKEJt, Born in Hart county, Ky., Aprlll 1. In Interest may appear at said time J. J. BLANKENSHIP, and pjneo and show cause, If any they 1823, Commute. Graduated from West Point Jn 1611. liave, why the prayer of said petitioner Entered United States Army and should not be granted. SALEM. ' WITNESS tho Honorable Walter Ev- was on tlio Rio Gran do when war with Crovvo will fill his regu-la- r ans, Judge of said Court, and the seal Mexico broko out. April appointment at tills place Saturday thereof, at Ovvensboro, Kentucky, Served through Mexican war. In gallantry and Sunday. for Made first lieutenant said district ,on the Sth day of April A. Mr. Frank Haynes Is on the sick list D., 1912. at battle .of Cherubusco and captain at this writing. at Mllno del Rey. A. G. RONALD, Clerk. Mrs. Nancy Daniel were the guest of M.'E. DUNN, Deputy Clerk. After Mexican wur lie served as InMr. and Mrs. Fair Jamison Monday. structor at West Point and against Birthday in Oklahoma. The party given at Mr. Charlie Crumes Indians on ,the frontier. Resigned from the army In 1&2 Thursday night wag enjoyed by all pres Chandler, Okla., April S, 1912. and( ent. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. V. Conrael weie sur- returned to Kentucky. Miss Lorcna York wjio lias been 'visit- prised with a birthday dinner In honor appointment Declined in Fealeril ing her sister for the past week, return of their only daughter, Gladys Bell C army at outbreak of Civil war and ed to her home near Ilartford Saturday. on Easter Sunday, Ajirll 7th, that being was appointed Brigadier General In Mr. Otlia Danlul, Narrows was the! her sixth birthday. Quite a crowd was Confederate army by President Davis. gue-s- t Surrendered of his sister, Mrs. Isaac Chris- Uicre with will filled boxies and baskets. Fort Donejwm in Mi tian Thursday night. offiThose present were Q. W, Hlues .and to Gen. Grant after his superior Mr, and .Mrs. J. O. Wilson and tittle daughter, Julia, Mr, and Mrs. Arthur cers, Gen. Floyd and Gem. Pillow, had granddaughter, Christine, visited Mrs. Coy, of Midlothian; Mr. and Mrs. Doe .fled from the fort. Sarah Acton, I!one Branch, Sunday. Powers and son, Russell, of Davenport; J In prison for a year at Fort Warren are rMr. and Mrs. Obe I'cwers, son Mr. and Mrs. Reeves, of Canada, and near Boston, visiting Mrs. Reeves' parents, Mr. and (laughter, Wyinan and Mildred, Mr. and Exchanged In 1S63 and made Mujor Mrs. J. W. Cummlngi. Mrs. Robert Thomasson and daughter, General in the Confederate army. Born to the wife of Mr. W. C. Pierce Alto, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Feemster, of Was In the battle of Perryville and 2nd Inst, a fine boy. William 1 all Chandler, Okla.t Mr. and Mrs. Richard engaged In the defense of Mobile. . mile. of Hendrlck; Dooley and son, Archie, In charge of Eastern Kentucky and i 8.-- most of his spends Gen. Buckner his beautiful "Glen Lily," time at home situated In the Green river valThe ley, not far from Munfordsville. by was built original house father, Col. Aylette Buckner, In 1SJ0. , this .house Is retained dining In the present structure as the room. Gen. Buckner had added to of his father as he lias tho dwelling but he has careneeded more room, fully retained the original home. of "Glen Lily" is such The charm to that Gen. Buckner does not care leave It often, but he makes occasionand came to Lexington last al trips, unveiling of October to attend tho Morgan statute, and went to the to attend Frankfort last December of Gov. McCreary, the Inauguration Gen. veteran. another Confederate McCreary, Gov. supported Buckner over the was greatly pleased and highest office in the tho election to State of another of the men who wore tho gray. Is the most InToday Gen. Buckner teresting figure In American history Ho Is a survivor of the Mexican war, tho Civil war and Indian wars on the look neoX &id trim. Our shoes wear veil tnd make the foot They arc comfort shoes too. Listen? 1 19 It Is not a "toss-u- p" when you buy our shoes, but a certainty that you will get shoes which possess style, which wear well and which will keep you away from the corn doctor. The makers of the shoes we handle tell us to stand behind every pair we sell. So you can be sure that your feet will be: pleased to have our shoes. Ve shall be pleased to have your shoe business. CARSON Si CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. Go to U. S. Carton for fresh for nlo hy 33tf Mr. II. II, Dnvl, of Center-town- , was n caller at Tlio Republican office yesterday Attorney Jnliri T. Itne, f Centertown, pnld Tlio llcpuullcnn a call, Wednesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. II. Taylor, of Iviuli-vlllnro tlio guest of relatives here. c, SPRING DRESS 7 GOODS! The bright, spring-lik- e days will now begin to make us anxious about our wearing apparel. We want to remind you that we are headquarters for this special line of goods. Our stock was never in lrvlnRton Flour host made W. II. Moore & Son. ,, MKT' W.sW ssiiiV U. S. Cnrosn has Just received a barrel of Sour Pickles fine. Mr. sBsW Mr. W. C. Ilennttt, of Uedn, returned Wedding, Itoute C, infilled nt yestenlny from a rhort business trip to Tlio Ilcpulillunn offlco Monday. Owensboro. .Mrs. W.llT Itlley In Improving nicely Wo will pay Kc icr pound for good after avcrnl dayii dangerous Unless. Rtittcr. Wo will ray lo In 'trade for I'rrs. ller's Grocery & Meat Market. Iler'n Grocery & Meat Mnrkpt. XV. a. - 4hL 'TH ' better condition for showing you the new materials in LINEN, PIQUES, Plain andFancy LAWNS, SILKS and WOOLENS, various TRIMMINGS, etc., including all that's late. Millinery v McCiii patterns No. 15 Sf Department have been rustled in this department but prke. cent c.ch ladies- dress are adding new things every day. When shopping for late Headgear, No. 458$-W- l5t 4587-S- klrl . We - don't fail to consult Mrs. Sara Collins Smith. She will be glad to see you and advise you in any way. Remember it Pays to Trade with a House You Money. Mr. John W. Taylor, of LeltchfleJd, Mlra Mnyinee Shown went to Rowling vlslUd his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Monday where sho Green Taylor, Wednesday. school. Mr. A. I, NalJ has rented Mr. John W. Mrs. S. 13. Drnke.of Srnalllious, Js the Taylor's residence on llender street nnd Hnrruuvd Mr. T. It. KUext of litr son, will move In n few days. ami family. Head tlio spielal offer concerning the Mrs. Lutlur Norrls, of Owensboro, Is new book, "The Vulture's Claw," on visiting her parents, Mr mid Mrs. II. A. another page of this Iphiiu. 3tf. Anderson. Misses MaUlo Bennett, Corlnno WoodAttorney II. I. Tnyblr nnnd Mr8. Arward and Daisy Wediling paid The Rethur Petty were In llorso Branch Wed- publican a pleasant call Tuesday. nesday, tuklng depositions. Quick salos and small proflLs is my Mr. L. L. Stewart, manager for Ccntnl motto. Call and be convinced. Iron Company Mines, in this Coal mid S. L. KING, county, wni In town Mondny. -39tf Hartford, Ky. There will bu preaching services at Mr. W. G. Dennett, route 7; Estj. n. Mt. Herman Mothodlst cliurcli StiinLiy S. Chamberlain, No Creek; nnd Dr. S. V. Joiner. by tho pastor, P.ev. T. J. Wedding, city, wer,o among our callers WANTED Two girls to help with Wednesday. cooking mid Jioiiscwork. Mrs. W. C. Schlemmer and children DIt. L. II. MIAN, Hartford, K. left Tuesdnymornlng for a visit nt nov Ind., with tlio former's mother, Dr. L. 1J. Mean has ordered a five passenger automobile, which ho will Mrs. Fehr. run an a transfer from Hartford to Ilea- Messrs. W. J. Duncan and Norval ver Dam find return dally. The machine' Brown, of Meltenry, and G. W. Wedding expectIs said to be a gnod one, and Is route G, Hartford, paid Tlio Republican ed any day. a pleasant call Monday. Sir. W. E. Hills left yesterday afternoon Mr. Marvin Thornberry, wlfo ond litho for Sunnydnlo and Dundee, where tle daughter, of Owensboro, spent Monwill finish lividlng a car of poultry. Ho day nnd Tuesday In Hartford the guest will leave Saturday morning for IkiuIs-vill- o of their aunt, Mrs. Alex Harnett. to superintend his shipment. M.ister Bourko Zimmerman, of LouisMrs. T. 11. Petrle. of Brazil. Ind., re- ville, who Is visiting his r turned home Wednesday after llng call here, accompanied by Mr. McDowell Fo-ged hero on account of tlio death of her gave The Republican a pleasant call Mrs. Dorcas A. Addlng-foyesterday afternoon. Can-nclto- n, grand-mothele grand-mother, n. Shoes Shoes Shoes! l I We have too many of them, so beginning on APRIL 13 give 10 per cent, discount on all Shoes that we have. This means that you get the pick of our stock at this discount. This does not in- elude Slippers and Oxfords, and must be for We will CASH. '' :: :: i I & Co I Barnard that Saves Js&'&Cxz Hartford Republican. FJUDAY, APRIL 12. Fresh barrel of Jumbo Pickles ut ller's Grocery. Attorney C. M. Crowe was In on leguf business Saturday. Liver-mor- e M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table Mrs. James Nance and son William, are In Owensboro for a few days. Mrs. Ernoat Woodward Dawson, Springs weeks stay. to will go for a few at Hartford, Ky. ''" LUN, No. 112 Miss Alice Taylor has accented a podully except Sunday. Attorney sition as stenographer with No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. II. P. Taylor. dally except Sunday. Just received another 'barrel of Jumbo No. 116 South Bound duo 8:45 a, m. Pickles. dally except Sunday. 39tf W. II. MOORE& SON. No. 113 South Bound tfcte 1:46 p m. you would enjoy a dish of pure, rich daily exoept Sunday. If Ice Cream made from whole Cream, try H. E. MISCHKE Ast OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. Mr. R. C. Duff, traveling salesman for Wcsterflold Tobacco Co., of Fordc-vlll- e, paid The Republican a call Wcdncs day. Mr. Andrew Glenn returned Tuesday morning from Madlsonvllle, where he hod been the guest of friends for a few days. Miss Harriett FJener has returned to her work as .office deputy for Sheriff T. H. Black, after spending several days at Cromwell with her parents. You would be surprised to see what useful articles can bo had In tlio 10c Hardware of S. L. King's Store, Hartford. Step in and seo for S9tf. yourself. iim) can! ttfectiTe Monday Auk. 2l6t North Hound duo 7:16 a. m. FaLffllllllllllllHEBILPfc1 Jerome B . Wells OPTICAL GOODS AT MODERATE PRICES. EVES TESTED FREE AND GLASSES KITTED TO FEEL EASY AND COMFORTABLE Dr. Wells Is now at Commercial Hotel, Hartford, to remain one week, returning monthly. He' is connected with a wholesale Optical House at Louisville In a way that s lie Is now able to furnish prices Spectacles and Eye Glasses at you can afford to .throw your old that one ones jiway. The eyts change us grows older and your glasses should be changed to suit them. first-clas- students of The folllowtng Hartford College spent the Easter Jio'l-da- y " Beulah at their home's: Misses jEffle Mile and Olga Hunley, Echols; and Eddlth Dukc.Sunnydale; ,Flydla poster, Nocreek! Ava Acton, Narrows. I pears In serial form In April Scrlbner's for Magazine. Send your subscription Mrs. W. T. Woodward, who has been Scrlbner's to J. Ney Foster Magazine quite ill, is better. 37tf Agency, Hartford, Ky. . U., S. Carefin Is constantly receiving It takes hundreds of individual parts the newest and best groceries. Tele- to make a modern telephone, each of In. phone your orders which Is of such Importance as to cause Mr. P. B. Taylor, who received a very i the whole instrument to become useless ' jtrd fall while at the ulaugliiter houee a If any one Is defective 'pr become browo mo., By using Cracraft-Lolc- h ken In service. few days ago, breaking Telephones you can rest assured that much better and able to toe out. Comb Buff the danger of a break down has been EGOS FOR SALE-Sln- gte the to a minimum. This U Orpington Chickens, and Indian Runner reduced loaded1 Unas. eggs 75 cents per J5. telephone for your heavily Duck. Orpington No better telephones made. Transmlsslo Duck egg 75 cents per 13. unexcelled. Far full information call on C. A. WILSfly, MBS. J7U A. E. Fate, Hartford, Ky. n. r. d. No. l, ouwuJrxy sat Grocery. John Fox, Jr., the famous Kentucky writer and author of "Little Shepherd of. Kingdom Come" and "Tlie Troll of the Lonesome Pine" has written a new eto-rDomt forget Rltey's Barber Sharp. "The Heart of the Hills," and apNew. supply of Fishing Tackle at ller's y, When In need of anything usually kept Drs. Itlley nnd Pendleton operated on hi an hardware store, rememtho little son of Mr. Herbert Park, of ber 1 can save you money on each and tlio Clear Bun neighborhood, yesterday every purchase. S. L. KING, morning, removing a largo bladder stone. SOtf Hartford, Ky. Tho lltUe fellow Is doing as well as ex Deputy Shunt s. O. Ktown, of Beapectcd. ver Dam, was In Fordsvllle Monday and "Tho Vulture's Claw'' has an lntcrestln purchased tlve residence on South AVnllace great plot, familiar characters and a street from Mr. P. B. Bohan nnd wife, moral. You will llko it. It may bo se- of Louisville, Ky. cured with tho Ilartrord Republican ono year for only Jl.UU. Regular price of the When you contemplate buying hardware farming Implements of any kind, retf. book Is U0. e you money. member I cook WIUTE G1BL WANTED-- To S. L. KING, be 39tf and do general housework. Must Hartford, Ky. Good home in Owsteady and reliable. Tho residence of Mr. James Ambrose, every ensboro, Ky., and good wages deroute 6, Hartford, was completq'y week. Call or wrlto The Hartford Re stroyed by fire a few nights ago. Onpublican. ly four feather beds were saved. It Is of supposed the fire originated from a deMr. Oppio KUtinger. of the firm Barnard and Kittinger, of Smallhous. fective" flue. t , jt 1' was the guest of Mr. T. K. Barnard and Mr. T. F. Tanner, receiver for the family Wednesday night, having come train Gallahcr, Limited, Tobacco Co., in Hartto visit the agricultural here from ford received a message Tuesday at Beaver Dam. Henderson stating .that his general manTho fifth number of the College Ly ager, Mr. Robert Michaels died suddenceum Course will be given tonight at ly Hint morning. the opera house, when Sidney London. Rev. T. V.Jolner arrived homo WednesImpersonator and Cliaraoter Artist, ap Family." A real day morning from .Reynolds, Ga., where pears In "Uncle Sam's ho was called on account uf tho automotreat Is expected In this number. daughter. bile accident, In which Ids AT Miss Mary Joiner, was .Injured, but was SATURDAY FOB SPECIALS ILER'S GROCERY. able to return with her father. Ke Aruckles Coffee per pkg "The Vulture's Claw" is full of S"c Oranges per dozen complications comedy, romance c -Seven bars Laundry Soap by Rev. C. F. $0.01 and tragedy and written pure Hog Lard 501b can of reWimbcrly, who held the Methodist N-One barrel Flour recently. It Is a won S30 vival in Hartford One dossen cons Corn derful book and we are offering It ami Pure New Orleans Molasses, l gallon.Wo Tlie Republican for one year for ll.C'i. About 3 o'clock Monday afternoon f Iro Send your orders before .books are exhaust 39tf was discovered In an old stable on Mr." ed. Z. W. Griffin's property on Union street, Many who have read "The Vulture's and in the rear of the tobacco factory. Claw" pronounce It to be one of the For several minutes it was thought that greatest of the later books. It Is filled and Mr. Griffin's Jhfge with genius and holds tlie reader's atthe factory hard barn would catch fire, but by tention from tha first In Intense, thrillof work both were saved. The origin ing Interest, with not a dull page. The tlie fire is a mystery. plot Is strikingly developed amidst the rare beauty of tlie Kentucky hills. The .route 1, Fordi-vlllMr. H. A. Babbit, of Hartford Republican one full year and was In Hartford Saturday to Republican Mass con- "The Vulture's Claw" nil for I1.C0. 3tf. tlio County vention, and paid the Republican a call Dr. 8.' J. Weddlng.who Is county health to renew his subscription, and also that officer, was In the Point Pleasant neighMr. E. II. Bas-lia- borhood Tuesday afternoon and found of his father-in-laof PattenaOiurg, Mo. Mr. Babbitt eight caseR of snvaUpoxand each house served In tho Union AJrmy, and while was quarantined. He reports ono case 61 years old, Is yet halo 'and hearty. In Hartford, but tills residence has also been quarantined, and U Is not tliought We want every lady who reads this It will spread for every precaution has Item to take advantage of our great been taken. All of the cases are reported free offer advertised In another part of to be very mild. this Issue. Turn to the advertisement right now and read all about these new You will like "The Vulture's Claw" hv spring Rev; C. F. Wlmberly, because the plot roses. Owing to the backward the the Is a strong one: It is taken from and large amount of moisture In tho life wo see dally around us, but .the ausoil, this promises to be one of beet seasons for growing roses and all thor has chosen and used with wonder-fu- l ability tlie characters with which all kinds of shrubs we have had for a long time. Tlie plants will take root quick of us are famlll&r. So realUtlc are his profusely word pictures, that every reader of the ly, grow rapidly and bloom tory can and does select some from the first year. Don't let this opportuni ty fiass to set these roses tree. Send his community to coincide with the In your orderstoday to the Republican, characters of the book. "Tha Vulture's but by sending Stf. Olaw" U sold for Hartford, Ky. can-savChris-tlanlty, e, ut-te- When you need n Disc Harrow, Cultikinds vator, Corn Drill or Plow-- all Bongo Cook Silovo or New Perfection on S. L. King, Hartford, Oil Stove-c- all S3tf. and bo supplied nt a lmrgaln. Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Kltgorc and baby, Ney Aldeison, left Tuesday morning for their homo at Catlettsburg, Ky., after a visit in Hartford with Mr. and Mrs. J. Ney Foster. $ i'iMM Mm t ItWM 1 Pay Before and My PIANOS HARTFORD MUSIC COMPANY M. A. Faught, Mgr. Factory Representative for , PIANOS HIGH GRADE Organs. Player Pianos and HARTFORD, to tlie Hartford Kepubllcnn you book and the newspaper for one set tho 39 year. only I1.C0 KENTUCKY. SPRING The Republican was pleased to have the following callers Saturday, eevcrul of whom were In Hartford to attend tho Republican convention: Dr. E. P. MILLINERY Now on display You are invited to inspect our .. South J. C. Hill, Rogers, Fordsvllle; Carroll ton; tV. V. Render, Matau&as; W. U Leach, It. 3, Reaver Dam; F. L. San- derfer, Narrows; J. J.. TUford, Irvlnts- ton; Dr. J. A. Duff, tmndee; A. D. Leach It. 3, Beaver Dam; Jerome Allen, Hart ford; Rev. S. V. Wallace, It. 3, Hart, ford; II. J. Drandon, Fordsvllle; Mrs. It.' Rowan B. Leo Slmmerman and Mrs. Holbrook, city; J. II. Heton, Hasan; r. II. Miles, raradisoj Eu. O. E. Scott, Prentls; Elmer Sanderfcr, R. 3, Deaver Danu J. M. Rogers, Cromwell; J. IT. MUler, Frledaland; Carl M. Tay'r.Pren- tls; E. Morris, Route 1; Dr. Oscar 1 le ner, Beavtr Dam; W. It. Hedrlck and 8. T. Barnett, city; Silas M. Stevens, Cromwell; H. A. Babbit. Fordsvllle, It. 1; C. O. Hunter, city; Dr. Wlllard Lake, Simmons; Postmaster E. P. Taylor, Bea. ver Dam; John A. Johnson, route T.Hart Let The Republican print your vltltlnir ford; Sheriff T. II. Black, W. S. Tins-le- y S3tt or professional cards. and E. CI. Barrass, city; W. T. B. Shown. Keown, Reynolds; Lieut. C. Route 3, Hartford; Postmaiter J. II. Thomas, Narrows; Rural Carrier H. F. S. C. B. Leghorns, Barred P. Rocks. Bird cir.Inlly MlwiWd lor b.sulj snd gaemy Lowe, city. Lessors Ta. "bred to lay" klad. 1.M. Ortltr tut M bow. M per Four Ibouad muite free, fteftd our ai M: Hock settled. ool B. I, BASTARD. announcement ia awrtbw M, No- - 3, K.attr Du .Ky 23tf Ull ujna. Ei Stock. Ei Center and Court M 1, Street. sr &&. salt; rub In a pleoo small tenroon of butter or lard tho size of nn eRif. and then add 1 medium potato, grated HOUSEHOLD HELPS flour; after tho butter Is well in tho mixed, stir In milk and knead to tho blscnltdoiiRh; soft of consistency break off pieces of dough lnrge enough of itn npplc to closo over I ijunrters cr.ANUHtmY fruit as desired) without (or other Cook one pint of cranberries In one cuj rolling, dtth lay In nn earthen nnd of cold water until tiny burst. Htrnln, Is tender steam until tho fruit and odd nn diial nmount of FUKnr.nml cook Serve with brandy sauce. Until Oilck as nuirnvilnile. Cool, fold In APPLE DUMI'LINGS-- 2. an tho stiffly beaten whites of two eec. cored Paste, 2; 0 apples, peeled, five to ten minutes bako until set-fr- om JJne 6 cup. nnd sliced, 1 cup sugar. crenm. Servo cold with a little whipped tho paste rolled well greased, with APPLE TAIITS. wet edges, fill with apple", out thin, for din some of tho sugar, cover with more Appl tarts make a nice ner or luncheon, Prepares a rich puff paste; put In shallow stevvpan, larRC crust, and divide Into circular pieces to enough to contain them, with boiling fit the muffin rlnps or small (Individual) wntcr to reach half way up tho cups; pie pans; fill with nppjes.sllced flne.iUR-arc- d steam thus 15 turn out on minutes; and buttcrcd.covcr with crust.prtss-Indish, sift sugar over them; servo with the edpes woll toRcthcr.nakc slowly splco sauce. Tor special occasions and thoroughly. APPLE DUMPKINGS-- 3. serve with whipped cream. Taste, 3; S apples, peeled and cored, KSTHUIt DOUGllN'tTTS. 1 cup sugar. Roll out tho paste thin, squares of 4 Inches, lav VcM three ?ERS till lleht.ndd one and cut Into S IJent npnln, on each an apple with sugar In apercupful of sustar. lf Sift one level tcaspoonful of soda 'into a ture made by removing core, wet four cupful of sour cream, add to the sugar corners of paste, and bring them to and fasten; sift sugar and eggs, then add one small tcaspoonful top of applo nnd lay on baking-sheof salt, one tcaspoonful of cinnamon and over them; serve 23 minutes; half a grated nutmeg. Mis vv 1th sufficient bako In hot oven flour to make a soft dough. Roll about with hard sauce. BERRY DUMPLINGS. half nn Inch thick, cut out and fry In carefully hot lard. of any kind Uso berries CAKE. picked, hulled or prepared, and make cako which 1? as for npplo dumplings, putting 1 or There Is on possible If one has at hand a cupful of 2 tablespoons of berries In each dumpsour cream. Cream the yolks of throe ling. eggs with a cupful of sugar and when SAND in the sink or waste pipe. In as such the mixture Is light beat in n cupful of washing sandy vegetables, dissolved a spinach, uso a large pan and drain cream In which has been scant tcaspoonful of soda. Then add a off the water carefully, that tho sand pint of flour, a Httlo salt and a tcaspoonmay not go down the hlnk pipe. Even ful of lemon e.trnct. Bake In nn objlons a spoonful of and will cut and wear shallow tin. a pipe more than gallons of water. MEAT. waste EGGS WITH LEFT-OVEMILKY WATER In the skin hard tomato.'?. pipe Is ono of the hardest things to man Take flvo Teel them and cut tho bottoms off. Scoop age. Even a small quantity dally will and put foul pipes unless they are thoroughly out the Inside, season with washing In a Httlo fine minced chicken mKed with flushed water and with a little sweet crenm. 1'laco the tomatoes soda. In a dish and over each one break an eg Caieful attention to the waste pipes. Tiien palce the dish In tho oven. "Whui It cannot bo to strongly impressed on the eggs nro n.lmost cooked cover them tho memory Hint waste, pink and drain with a thin mKturo of chopped ham, pipes aro Intended for tho passago of beaten up with cream. Tut the dish in water only; not for bits of paper, burnt the oven and finish cooking It. Serve the matches, etc. A very little carelessto a tomatoes and eggs on toasted bread cov- ness In this respect may lead a light cream or tomato large plumbers' bill. ered with should not bo left Banco. GRANITEWARE CABINET PUDDING. fire, as tho heat to dry over a hot lf outslie the Half pound of stale spongu cake, in expanding may cause canned to scale. cupful of rallns, peaches, 4 eggs, 1 2 pints of mill:. Butter a plain oval mold; lay In some stale How's This? d of tho raisins stontd.one-thlr- d cake, We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward of the peaches; make two layers of for any case of Catarrh that cannot be the remainder of cake, raisins and cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. peaches; cover with very thin slice of F. J. CHENEY- & Co., Toledo, bread; then pour over milk beaten with the undersigned have known F. boiling water to eggs and sugar; set in Cheney for the last 13 years, and be up side of mold, steam J. reach all In pefrectly honorable care- lleve him s of an hour.turn out It financially business transactions, and fully on dish and erve with peach sauc able to carry out any obligations made TOMATO RAREBIT. by his firm. Tut two tablespoon fula of butter into WALDING, KINNAN & MARVIN, the chaflns dish, and, when mclted.add Wholesale, Druggists, Toledo, O two tablespoon fuls of flour.und stir until Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal gradually, woll blended; then pour on ly, acting directly upon the blood and while stirring constantly, Testimucous surfaces of tho system. cupful of cream, and as toon nsmlxtuic monials sent free. Price, 73c, per bottle. cupful begins .to tliicken add Sold by all druggists. of stewed and attained tomatoes mled Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa-tlo.soda; then tcaspoonful of with m add two cupfula of sot mild cheete, out In small pieces, and two crrd, slightly Gall TQw Republican office, phone d beaten. Season to taste with colt, 123, when you have an item of news. and cayenne, and serve as soon as Thte favor will be appreciated by chceae has melted on crackers. publishers and by the patrons of the MEAT LOAF. 27t. the paper. pound grind Have Uie butcher or pork with one pound of top of ths Resolutions. round of beef, add to this threo or four At a. call meeting of the Hartford bar. bread.whlch havo boon held in tht courthouse pn Monday, April slices of day-ol- d .soaked In warm milk. A little onion Juice 1st, at which the Hon. R. It. Wedding may be Included If desired. Fa&hlon Into was elected chairman and C. M. Barnett a loaf, Klaxe-- with tho w,hlto of an egg secretary, the following resolutions were and sprinkled with bruixl crumbs. Hake unanimously adopted and ordered to be In a moderate oven for one hour or until entered of recoid on Uio order book of tho loaf Is set and nicely browned. tho Ohio County Court, and It was furCooked meats may lx) used for a meat ther requested that hamo be published In loaf by adding gravy or stock.or u littlo the Hartford Heiald and Hartford Rebutter and iin egg and in this comj It publican. need not be In the oven to long. Whereas, George W. White, an attorFRIED CAKES. ney at tills bar, has recently been called cups flour, 2 teaspoons baking from the scene of his caithly activities, 2 cup milk, 2 teatpoon and powder, melted salt, 2 eggs, 1 fccant tablespoon Whcieas.lt Is the sense of this meeting sugar. Sift dry 5 tablespoons butter, that ho bore with manly fortltudo and cgt,, courage, the responsibilities of active Add beaten materials together. butter. Drop by life and Uio suffering of long and fatal milk and melted In deep smoklng-ho- t small spoonfuls Illness, fry brown, drain on ungUized pa. Therefore, be it refcolved.thnt tliu symfat, per. pathy of tho members of tho bar be RYE DROP CAKES. to his bereaved .widow and Infant 1 heaping cuprje meal, 1 heaping children, nnd tliat this testimonial be 1 teaspoon salt, 3 table- entered of record on the order book of cup flour, cup milk, 2 eggs, the Ohio County Court, nnd that tho lospoons molasses, 1 2 2 tesioons baking powder. Sift cal papers be requested to publish the milk, same. together. Add dry materials and beaten eggs. Drop by molasses J. P. SANDEFUR, smoklng-ho- t fat. In deep Uoonfu!s W. 11. I1ARNES, When brown drain on paper. ERNEST WOODWARD, WONDERS. Committee. sliort-cnlnrwiUed S tablespoons 3 teaspoon Saves leg of boy. 3 tablespoons sugar, 1 .with cno cup mixed baking powder "It seemed that my 11 year old boy Add moro flour to make stiff would liave to lose his leg, on aqoount flour. of an ugly ulccr.raused by a had bruise," dough, roll very thin. Cut In silts; wrote D. P. Howard, Aquone, N. C. cut several tquaxwi; In each run finger through and separate, then "All remedies and doctors treatment failed till we tried Bock Ion's Arnica dint them. Fry and roll In sugar. Salve.and cured him with one box.' APPLE DUMPLINGS. 1 quart flour, thoroughly mix with Cures burns, Lolls, skin eruptions, piles. baking powder and a 23c at all druf.-Uts-. it 3 teaspoons Nature's laws ore perfect if only we obey them, but disease follows disobedi ence. Go straight to Nature lor the cure, to the forest; there ore mysteries there, y tree, some of which we can fathom for you. Tnke the bark of the with mandrake root, Oregon grape root, stone root, queen's root, bloodroot and golden seal root, make a scientific, glyceric extract of them, with Just the right proportions, and you have Wild-cherr- NATURE'S It took Dr. Pierce, with I-xlW- S. Directory Orilo Cemnty Circuit Court T. F. Blrkhtad, Judge; Ben D, IUngo, Attorney; W. P. Mldklff, Jailer; K. O. Barrass, Clerk; F. L. Felix, Master Commisloner; 11. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund; T. II. Black, Sheriff, Hartford. Deputies 8. O. Kcown,an Lon Black. Court convenes first Monday In February and continues three weeks; third Monday In April, two weeks second Monday In June, three weeks; third Monday in October two weeks. 11. Wedding, Judge; County Court.-- H. W. 8. Tlnslcy, 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 ami November. Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday in January and first Tuesday in October. S. MoidDey, Other County Offlcert-- C. 11. F. 1). Fordsvllle, Ky Surveyor, No. 'i; Bernard Felix .Assessor, Hartford, Ky It. F. V. No. 2; lltnry Leach, Superintendent, Dr. A. B. Hartford; Hliey, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. B. S. Chumberlaln, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday after 3rd Monday in June, Tuesdsv after 3rd Monday in September, Tuesday aflr 3rd Monday in December. U. 13. Scott, CioMiuoll. Wedncdny nftor 3rd Monday In March, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday after 3rd Monduy in December. John H. Mllis, Itockport, Friday after 3rd Monday In March. Friday after 3rd Monday In June, Friday 3rd Monday in September, Frlduy after 3rd Monday In December. J. C. Jackson, Centertown, Saturday after Jrd Monday in Mnnh, Saturday if ter 3rd Monday in June, Saturday utter 3rd Monday In September, Saturday after 3rd Monday in December. Cook. Benfrow, Tuscday after -- nd Monday In M.iUli. Tuesday nd Monday In Jluy, Tueaday afterutter 3rd Monday in August, Tuesday nfter 2nd Monday In November. nff.11.?"!?" &""mll'r,!. Olnton, Wednesday second .Monday In junri-u- , Wednesday after 2nd Monday In .May Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August ednusday after 2nd Monday In Novem- -- V (DyasBlEOH JUL: Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law IIAJITFOHD, KT. Will prootlco hJa proftealon In tils? and Adjoining countice. Commorelal and OrimltuU Practlco a Specialty. V 7 rrrr. DOCTOR PIERCE'S GOLDEN ME3SCAL DISCOVERY. the assistance of two learned chemists and pharma cists, many months oi hard work experimenting to perfect this vegetable alterative aJ tonic extract of the greatest efficiency. Mn. C. W. r.vwLF.Y, of MIUvlllo, Cr.llf.,wr!tes : " I wish to tell you tint 1 liavo cl j nut 'Golden Mcellcal Discovery' In my family for twenty year. Wo liavo had a doctor callcel In but tmco during that time. I havo a family of ten children, all w'Il and hearty, for which, to a great extent, wo owo thank to you and your Uoldcn Medical Discovery ' and ' Pellets,' which wo use when sick." C. W. Barnes & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith e'enil Pawlet, Esq. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate tiny granules. stomach, liver and bowels. Sugar-coate- R Mfms. W. 11. Harms ruul C. B. SmIUi anntmnco tliat Uwy luivo tform-- a irac-Uc- e iKtrtnvTflilj) for tilio of law, exeiit cnlinltiftl and ilivor casv, Mr. Bniltli being County Mtor-rw- y Is iwwcn.tod from practilcinig bucU census. Mr. Bnrius will Individually OffJexa Id acct'jt bucIi iroctloa Hartford Ilopublicoa bulldlnf, Hartford, Ky. one-ha- Attorney at Law, HAnTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession in Ohlfl and adjoining counties nnd In tho Court ot Apptals. Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty. Office In the Her aid building. FRANK L.FELIX, rr NsT B' Attorney at Law HAnTFORD, - KY. YANCYL.MOSLEY, ? ",1?.raxVt.,r,0JJar.'1 o'dsvllto. Tuesday nfter Will practlco his profession In all ths .Mnic h, Thursday Monday m May.' Thursday afler Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, 3d Monduy n August. Thursday after and In the Court of Appenls. Also No nd Monday In November. tnry Public Office over First National 1,alpl1' i'rhlny after 2nd Bank. Mn w1'?"0".' id --- good-size- d lt STOCK BILLS The most complete line of Stock Cuts in the State. Any kind of Bill on short notice. The Pmnc"' ot Council. T. It. ean, Fnlr. jTayor '!. " Kills. E. .i Moore. W. U i HAUTFOHD POLICE COUItT. Cro"i'. JudKo; John V. Wilson. n?:. t,ollll,' J' ' F Court convenes setond Stevens. - Marshal. Monday In muIi uiuuiu. uVi$ ."' Williams, Mayor; s'- J,I,V'I"H,;r8 13. VV KILL the COUGH AND CURE the LUNGS .VI. Bar- -' 1'nn Chair- W. 11. ifr 7Sre- man !1,irlriUit wJ: - r' ".:' ?'' Taylor, - U- - u- - Secretary. rindeUoii and "". Dr. King's New Discovery WITH Ttlsl BolUe Fret AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. HIK wii M "MUVH3 OLDS KV, PRICE A 11.00. onc-lia- one-ha- lf E' Snurc" monrlng and ' evening every first and third Sun-da- y In each month. Sunday Sthool !M5 a. m. Prayer meeting every evening. Itev. T. V. J0ler. pastor? every Sunday sunuay scnoo! .45 a. m. meeting every Wed- III I'M nn South-Services Tl GTJABANXEZD SATISFACTORY! OK MONEY REFUNDED. mS:.' "rcJr5t"'' ;""".. ill h, one-thir- - Hartford Republican Printing is Better. Sunday at U a. ra. and 7 p. in. Sunday P' m' E1Uer W-- "' WrtBht pas't0or. 2:3 0S'v.ILCh.u.rcfl-srv,c- es Sunday In month at 11 a. m. and 7 u. m. Sunday Scool 9;U. ." J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HART CFD, Ohio County Y. All Matters Given Prompt Attention. PENSION AFFIDAVITS it SECItET SOCIETIES. two-thir- three-fourth- three-fourt- The Hartford Republican JOB ROOMS - - Kentucky. Hartford, Hartford Lodge No. CT5, F. & A. M.. meets first and third Monday night In SPECIALTY. each month. Owen Hunter, V. M.. L. P. foreman Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. 110, ft. A. M.. meets every third Saturday night In OTTO C. MAHT1N fftL "J?.1111?- - Jolm T Moore High Priest; W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. O. E. S., meets second and fourth ti. Monday even- tXv.MWii.S' d" Anderson, W. M. UIss Secretary. Itough lllver Lodge No. 110, Knights of Pythias, meets every Tuesday night. jy.rIt.&Htdrick, C. a. J. Ney Foster? K. Hartford' Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M., meets every first ane" third Thursday night W. H. Gillespie, Commander; L. p. foreman, itecord Keeper. Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. If., meets every first and third Friday night In each month. Mrs. Attye Qrlffln.Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton. Lady Itecord Keeper. Acme Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. F meets secoud and fourth Friday night in each month. W. C. Wallace, Nobel Grand It. it. Itlley Secretary. Ohio Trlbs No. US, Imp. Order Bed Men, meets second and fourth Wednesday night in each month. Ellis Foster, bachem. A. E. I'ate, Chief of ltecords. Hartford Camp. W. O. W. No 203 meets every second and tourth Saturday night in esicli month. Consul Commander, Thomas I'. Williams; Clerk. W. C. Wallace. Preston Morton Post No. 4. Q. holds regular meetings Saturday A. R. before ;he. aff.. wJday In each mouth. d Mills. Commander; J. M. Rogers, Adjt. Ash-for- S. P. MiKENM'.Y Martin & McKeneey Hartford, Ky. three-fourt- General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK n. h and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. sous-.'tar- one-lia- lf JAMES & CO., Plrst Class Centertown, L-Jvery- Electric Bitters FOR KIDNCYJ.IVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE k to the best medicine ever tela over a druggist's counter. Kentucky. A. 8, lIB. Succeed when everything else faua. In nervous prottmioo. and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedv, as thousands have testified. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, Kump, Indianapolis, Ind. State Officers: H. M, Froman, Carroll county, Prss. T. T. Barrett, Henderson county Vice President. S. B. ilobertson, McLean county, Sec- S. National Officers; Presldent-- M. F. Sharp. Narr.ws, Ky. Vice Presldent-- J. M. Woods. fcecretary-Treasurr-- I. 2 L The Efficiency of Buying at Home. Did you ever stop to thtnk wliut a con ventence it Is to linve a full line of good retail stores at home munity. In our own com- It enables people, to see goods at nny time before Iaylne down money. In tliat way the pwcliaser ektects many faults that could never bo found In L.uJng from a catalog cut. Furthermore you get your goods when letter you wont them without bother, writing, or without tho fatigue of a Jour ney to a big city una tramping all over its streets. It Is on ceonomy of tlme.car farts, human energy. FurUitrmor, you can do your shoeing your leisure, when you aro in a mood for it, raUier tlian In haste and flurry of a trip out of town. In our Jiome stare you take all the time ypu want to tulk over your purchase and Inspect goods. You can purcliase and Inspect Boods. Yoi can positively assure yourself that you ore buying right. personal Furthermore you get more a home intelligent attention in and ator than anywhere else. The proprie eg, at O. p. Itoemer, Warren county, State tors and clerks must please homo trado Organizer. bucksbts iMM success I ..CV.C' AHt. Henry county, and Lat-tl- e or get out of business. It Is human Graves, Allen county, Assistant state SPECIAL OFFER: to take moro ruins for pioplo that organizers. riUis U talU Usptrsssosat AtrUtwUT Bulattt. Board of Ben Watson, Warcustooxr. miss too oar aro known than for strangers. Tho hone ren county: Directors. Barnett, Ohio coun- C. M. . urouM, urucsen county; merchant will go the utmost limit to 1. it. K. jj,Ray, Hardin county, and J. F. Doss, U lbs SIMM I Tint, t nLodM i O.Im, s bmt 4IUV1 tw1. In give satisfaction for defects the Muhlenberg county. pisVase. soaHAirnceB unio uriicers: goods, and without Irritation red tape. Writ to-d;.MBtku, thlt Panr. 8. L. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Dam.Ky. Henry Plrtle, Sec. Hartford. Ky. When locating for residence or busieVreMrwAAtMAArVsrVVVWWVW D. Ford, Treas,, Hartford. Ky. ness, people are lis slow to scttlo hi n SEND lO CENTS COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Ltf"T "fHHlr.lTUUTU,U place lacking good stores as in a place i HnwH S4 a.llaaia HfNHr WW Hff Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford. Ky. where ,tlie water Is not good. I. L. B. Tichenor, Hartford, It. F. D. If wo want to draw In new residents, No. 5. ls.W W''eVMB'.ttli Z. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. everyone must do his share to provldo 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. 4. B. L. Alford, White Run, Ky. letaU them with the convenknres of 6. Richard Plnmer, Taylor Mlnts.Ky. trade. The only way to do this Is to 6, J. L. Brown, Itockport. Ky. patronize tho homo merchant. It is the good fortune of this community to have a line of finely equipped and rQSITtONS' 'AMNOl attractively stocked retpll stores, Hut UHTtFUh SAtrrAasikmC If every dollar possible were spent at home, those stares could grow faster.pnt In fuller assortments, employ more clerk. Thus they would contribute to tho coniBoAr?n? 7TmmMfsnwftmi venience of .every resident, and add to tho prosperity of every property folder. S0fweii, nn-tu. ay SEEDS' t I "'SCIlAVll5?i: IM J t 7ec 7eewY, CKi Ilea n CA3TORIA FOR FLETCHER'S rn Cry ru'iyGreiiJWJj7yi4i'cdj Jg'frVgy,,,. Justness l&n B&4Greei,t$i c& Ww man Itockport, Mnrch 21 Tlio from Ilarnco, was presented at the operri Nelson liouso Tuesday night by tho Comedy Company. A fair sized crowd greeted tho pluyti. Tlio piny was for tho benefit ot tho No son I. O. O. I K, ROCKPORT This Fine Young Harness Stallion, i-- a good i.ncTum:. OUta-liomn, inxxvwnS5S335555353 Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought, nnd which 1ms been in uso for over 30 years, has horno tho signature of - ninl lias been inado under hU icr-. rAZjC-Zrhsonal supervision bIiico Its Infancy. All Counferfelts, Iinltntlons Allowiiooiiotodccelvoyouliithls. hut and" Experiments that trlllo with nndctulaiiKerthe health or liinmts and Children Experience- ngalnst Experiment. Just-as-Roodn- ro utryr. 0 l!cv. Albert Jinddox, funnel ly of tnnilo nit Interesting vtnlk nt tho Ilaptlst chinch which wits very much appreciated by a largo audience, llov. MaiMox ling been doing missionary work his In Oklahoma for sevtnil months, main work being among tlio Indians. ??! - tsfcjt, ' -- aEEEEEEwaaawkf.11" .EEEaaaaaam ?1SS?S&HlffiNP-S-S- ir ' a jiSrt3dp'i fo; f vt 5 f& . fSH jrigk ' a &raii P t j?lgrt WsaEEEEEEwaaasaC lfslEBBBBHhjL.',! ' BBBBBBBBBBBEawaasssaBaaaaaaaaaaaflBBBBBBB -- :"tJtMMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBLi aaaaaaaaaaaa' ''EBBSSf - What is CASTORIA Castorla Is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Tnrc-gorlDrops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic Muhstaucc. Its n?o Is its guarantee. It destroys Worms 4iiid allays Fcvcrishucss. It cures Diarrhoea, and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It nssliuilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. e, POPULAR C1IP.I.S COMI2 HACK. Mlwo I)nl mid Cain, tlio charming milliners nt I Ion el I iron., liavo nrrlved In Iiockport to tnko rhnrgo of tho millinery deptirtiuent ot llarrol Pros. More. Misses IMvH ninl Cnlti had chargo of They this department lait reason. are very popular In Uockport. Hogs In tho local graveyard near tlio Rnplst church aro doing much damage to tlio graves. Itev. A. I.. Mell, pastor of tho Methat the Presbyodist church terian church hero Saturday night. e HaBJaBr"lr'J''rr'ssT""" BLawaaBB9wawawaasVa!a BBBBtjtKmSBSKfffvKtWS. T ' SBllBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBawaBlBmIaaB HbiaVMBflr jtmBrnwUSmBBBBBBaSs--JZc!&&&2&---maaaaaaaaw.?t- r J''ymBBBBBmiSSlSGrW' JrSSa4.JgiBVJfeer "Z T ' ''BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaT BBBBBBBftiSsswawawawB 3 SWawamrihaSaBsiaL HBLaPaLaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaara! & V&HtmtBiKMmBBBBBBBBBBBBBm fBJJsjsaaasBaaaaaassjgssaaaaaaaaaaaaaj 'Jf .A"lg?"& rnMAT.i: A common chicickn hobo. GENUINE CASTORIA Boars tho Signature of ALWAYS 2L&ffM&x The KM You Have Always In Use For Over Bought 30 Years. POSITIONS GUARANTEED position lr GUARANTEE nood many WE will us real soon. Woasthe a got more enormous demand at onco to supply we you you the required for our graduates. As soon numbor of students tbls offer will bo withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. f JS ) f mo 7s kJ?) W, NCItWARTZ raiHCirAL. BUSINESS COLLEGE iNcoaroaaTan KitTAnuflncn domestic hen of the Plymouth rods variety, mado a long rldo tlialn tho other day nnd 011 a freight thereby secured tlio distinction ot being tho only hen hobo In hto world, but what does It profit If she gain a whole her life? lot of dlstlncton land losss hen must have boen a militant Tho olso advocate of women suffrage, or to she would havo never attempted Jiavo the terrors of "hoboing." Roosters have been known to rldo on tho ot. passenger trains but or when a hen, nevor. Just where tho fowl boarded tlio train no one knows mystery. and how she got there Is a havo Train men doclaro tho hen must beaten tho railroad out of about four dollars worth ot transportation. Peopjo declare who havo tried this, however, circumstances preclude this theory from being tenable. "Illddy" was busy viewing tlio pann-ram- a of tho surrounding country when tho train arrived In Uockport. Unfortunately she wus discovered by a brake man of ebony here. Sho was captured nnd well feathers along the track told vividly tho wordless story of the fate of tho venturesome hen. BBBaBBBawSBBWMfB&BfSIBE!JBlBgBH!&B!BBBfgB1B ,, -- jpaSSSBBBBawaasaaalBBaWHBaaaBSBSSHI Afla VICTOR WHIES 1-- 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. Description and Pedigree. 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 & G. Pussy Cat 2:12; Bobby Burns 2:19; Grateful 2:27i; Cooke 2:213; Arrivian 2:lGi; Gen Blackford 2:241; Pansy Blossom 2.12; Charley R. 2:273; Gydonia 2.283; Wilabald 2:29 St. Julien 2:293; Jennie L. 2:30; Grand-sir- e of Hattie R 2:17i; Bernice 2:163; Jim Kennedy 2:15i; Maggie Briggs 1:121; Mamie A. 2:161; Seven Points 2:153; Ethel Burns 2:201; G. W. D. 2:l8i. Katie Burns 2:191; Nancy Burns 2:21. First dam, sister to Libby S. and Mollie Walker, by,' Gen. Walker,2:24. 2nd. dam by Bob Lewis'Old Carbeau Chief. 3rd. dam Gartered. Gen. Wilkes 8493,by George Wilkes 419. 1 dam Grace Goodman, 2:31 in 7th heat, trials 2:21, 2:19 and 2:23, by Peacock. 2nd dam, Belle, by Drenon, sire of the dams of Kolla, 2:14i, Black Crook, 2:18 Lucy Fleming, 2:24, etc. 3rd dam by Alice by Grey Eagle, sire of grand-daof Pidemont, 2:171; Catchfly, 2:281; Ansel, 2:20, etc 4th dam, Mag. by American Eclipse, grand-sir- e of dams of Thore 2:181, etc. 9; 1-- 3; WHwm -- Webster New Dictionary lucccssiui seeu crowing bciilnd mem, Dlant the best. Seasonable Specialties: Earliest Red Valentine . . .. Kelticee Kxtra Early New Strinslrss Green Pod . WardweH's Imp. Kidney Wax Davis New White, Wax . . Currie's Kust l'rool Wax . "My llttlo son had a very severe cold. I was recommended to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and before a small bottlo wns finished he was as well as ever," writes Mrs. II. Silks, 29 Dowllng Stre-'- t, Buckbec'i "Full ot Life" Northern Grows. Sydney, Australia. 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IGLEHEART, : Centertown, Ky; GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. & J. F. GILLESPIE HAVE YOUR SUITS H. W. BUCKBEE l5Alla3a0lK1 TRADE-MARKOS-BO- tern. Tho biggest peril Is at the moment of vlctorj-- . One may kill Turks; vanquish Hum never. I allowed to .France what sho could do; let her do it. For the brave a rlflo is only the handle of a bayonet. War will becomo an anachron ism. Thero aro two systems: The Cleaned Proprietors I Pressed past and the future; the present Is only a painful transition, tlio battlefield of tho old and tlio young. Which will win? The future, course. of Woll, then, the future is Intelligence. peace; Industry, past, Uie brutal force, privileges In and Ignorance. the future victories will bo accomplished sans cannon and sans bayo nets. 6 MIL! LACKSMITHING WORK AND REPAIR I Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, - Ky. special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Clilb, Y. M. C. A. BLDG., ing neatly done. Ladies work given Repairing and Dye- WANTED-AC- TIVE MAN LN EACH LOCALITY WW a. sV To join this Society. Sick, accident, death Memberships-- . benefits. And Introduce All or spare time. our 50 HARTFORD, KY. to 300t' month. Every Member .secured gives you a steady monthly Income. Experience not needed. Write for plans. Box Covington, Ky. JI-20- Tou Look on the First Page. will find a yellow slip. It lias w, Y printed on it your name, and a date after it. The dato shows the time when your subscription expires. If tho your date is prior to February, 1912, subscription to tho papor lias expired. It you find such is the case, please give the matter your very prompt attention. Either come to THE REPUBLICAN and pay a year in advance, or It you are not coming to town soon, send us a check. Wo must liavo ull our paid up promptly In advance and if you are behind we know that you simply overlooked tho matter. of-fl- KJ U K . , Letter Heads Bill Heads : Noteheads Envelopes Statements Cards And other printed forms are given n. CASTORIA iBfc&ta TIm Special Attonton In The Republican flmrka. NBraRrTeSHM Scientific and OUUrta. It Ym Havt Ahvtys NkcM KM Bear the Signature of 2ytfZi Job Department. $ I OHIO COUNTY hts all tratel the road which WUHo pi-oter, and safely made tho last ROt,1. BIBLE SCHBOL CBNVENTION Of FORROQSEVELT (Continued from I'lrst Paife.) Convention to bo liolil nt I.oulnltIc,Vort-noml- A l .April 10, to elect (lelosito National Coin en Hon, Republican tlio wJdch meets In ClilcnRo, 3912. Socoml-Hcllox HI., Juno IS that Col. Thcocloro tlio JtoosMdt mnred nearly represents cause of tlio poojilo tlwn any other livtlio ing Ucpubllttui, anil tlmt lio In Iro? Spring is in our midst. It rustles Its fledged tvlngs within our bosom, and 2:00 Praise Sertlce. s though tvrlnkW face of winter the 2:13 Tho Object of tho Auxiliary our tlslon, tho seasons still haunts Mrs. W. L. Stoums nrlse. crouch for a somersault, that will Und 2:30 General Outline of the Work of Third Delegates of Oils convention arc of spring the midst us feet first in the C. W. B. M. further Instructed to toto for C. SI. Bur- With spring comes the circus, and that Mrs. Parah K. Yamoy nett for delegate) to the TCatlonal Con- brings us to the pretatllng impression 3.00-Children's Work and vention from the l'ourtli District, that 1912 Is going to be a banner" year M. Q. Bucknir that the following Ohio county ltepubll- - , for circuses. For In what sense can 3:20 Smposlum: Reason for Belonging cans are selected as delegates to both a street paraele of wild anlma'j comto the Auxiliary,. .by Members Present Congressional Contention and the Stato pare with the spectacle of a celebrated 3:30 Open Conference, led by Mrs. Sarah Convention. hunter of African beasts turning handK, Yancey. J. H. Thomas, Henry Leach, n. pi. Mar spring backward and forward without Reports of Committees. S. tin, Frank Mack, G. 1. Jones, ground touching the at any tlslble Turther Business. 5aJni, Itoy liaker, CI, W. Liratie. W. point? Will not the best effort of Announcements. S. O. V. Slldklff, J. II. Williams, the late P. T. Barnum fade from memory Song. Keown, James Penman, Ur. A. D. Park, behohl three when the grandstands Benediction. Jams Ashley, D. U. Uhoads, W. S. rings filled with bttana tumbos, ,glf fords, NIGHT STATU MISSION SESSION. Uratchei, tTlnsley, J. Ney Foster, S. A. snapping and refeicndutn, murdocks I'ront Bank Conference for the CtTuTeTTes J. J. Tllford, Win. Hamilton, M. I.. and snarling hi a furious game of "But"Our Debt to Kentucky" lleairln, It. 11. Wedding, Jack Dempsey, ton, button who's got the campaign H. W. Elliott. Secretarv T. S. T. Harnett, Ii G. Ilarras, W. America's But, as It will. button' WEDNESDAY, APIUl. 17, 1S12. Kcottn, A. S. Uonnett, John A. Johnson, most level headed entertainment diMOBNING SESSION. O. T. H. Black, C. M. Harnett, C. sposer once remaiked. "The dear pub- S:30 The Missions and Hunter, 13. I. Taj air, S. I... Stevens.C. lic lotos to be humbugged." Phlla Conference. and I,. If. Comllt. P. Kcown delphla Telegraph. n 9:13 Song and Dei otlonal led by 13UNUST WOODWARD, School. 13. G. HAltltAKH. BEAVER DAM 9:30 An A.B.C. in Session conducted b , W. S. TJNSLKY, Dam. Tho school at South Uaver W. J. Clarke D.J3. WAUD, taught by Miss Bessie Baize, Is progrei'J lO.uo New Points of Emphasis in tlio , S. L. STI3VI3NS, , Ing nicely. 1912 I It. Standard. Committee. Mr. Charlie Ii(aeh Is now behind the 10:13 District President's address OrFUIlED. AN' AMI3NDMI3NT counter in his new store which U quite J. H. Williams "Upon tlio reading of tlio Committee's a taluable aJdltlon to our town. Bible-sch11:13 The Convention Year report It was moved and seconded that Mr. Will Chick has moted to his new Campaign W. E. I'razjo time residence near town. the report bo accepted. At this 11:30 (a) Announcement of Committees, Postmaster J. II. Thomas, of Narrows, Mrs. McCoimcll, of Bioadwiy. tlsltcd (b) Determining the Banner Disoffered an amendment to the resoultlon. her sister, Mrs Charlotte Brown of trict. Republ- near town, last week. In which Iw asl.cvl that "tlio AETEItNOOX SESSION. ' icans of Ohio county do lieuitlly endorse Miss Aloda Thomas, of Morgantown, is 1:30 Committee Meetings. oursoltes tlsltlns Mrs. Cauda Bone this week. liim (Mr. Taft) and pledge 2.0O Business Session: for his renonilnatlon and Is CUls Keown, of Fordstllle. (a) Secrelai's Beport. Ajid that tto Instruct our 33 totes In the visiting at the home of his uncle, Mr. (b) Committee Reports. District and Stato Conventions do all S. O. Keown. (c) Convention Offering. In' their potter In behajf of Senator W. Mrs. Claude Chick Is on the sick ,11st. 2.30 "The Crisis Among tho Disciples'' O. Bradley." Mr. Hob Talor Is mot Ing on his farm II. U. Smith Sir. A Taft supporter moved that noir town. 3:30 The A. B. C. and Sertlce. Thomas' amendment bo accepted, which 1:00 What must We Do?.. ..Ever body ttas seconded. Mr, friionui.s made a stirNIGHT LEC hi which ho endorsed Presring TUBE. ident Taft. He-- was followed by Mr. S. 7:30 The A. B. C. and the Klngdam spoke L. StetciiK, of Cromtte,ll, who W. J. Clarko heartily for Col. lloosotlt and bald ho Mas the man to tiominato if ho wanted Notice. a Itepubllcun I'resUUjit, nnl his remark? All persons hating claims against tho C. were followed by loud dicers. Col. estate of Wllllo P. Plrtle, will present M. Barnctt was uot sieaker on tlio Trouble the sama to me at Hartford, Ky., propwith to loirect a statefloor, and he uioso erly proven, on or beforo May l, 1912, ment made by Mr. Thomas, ttjio said Mr. B. W. or they will bo forever barred. was not D. Barnes, that the Stato administration Tills April 1, 1912. In ex - Sheriff endorsed at tho Stato Contention IRA N. PIRTLE. Admr., Barn"U summer. Mi. of Warren Loulstllle last 3St3 Of Wllllo P. Pirtle, deceased. stated that ho was a member of tho com Tennessee, i nit too on resolutions und cnipliritiuully in a letter aflPThe Stock Yard. the stuto odnilnWtiutioii was enthat from The ewes that are sueklng lambs of dorsed. Postmaster M. U Ilctitrln, should be fed teiy liberally. aaaaMJaak: tlio Taft Tennessee. isa.iiiiiiiiiiiiHa.fefc JIurtford, next snolto for Tho oung lamb will grow lupldly, so iimendment and urgcsl its aicopUmce writes: give him a chance. Thero Is profit in it "I by tho contention. Tho sheep charters, at lambing time An "aye-- 'and "na" toto tva.s taken t h r o. a 1 especially, should bo kept vv ell bedded an4 clearly showed that tho amendment und .iaK BBBBaaV.'very clean. had lost. Vote ttos then taken on tho docGood pasturo Is Intalunblo in crowing original re solution, uuloi..lng Col. ltooso-te- lt tors treating bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbAbhv ' pigs successfully. and passes! by a I.ugo iiujorlty, ra e. sBBBBBaPaBBBBBBL. Milk Is tho hog's natural food. Givo borne of tho Itoo&etelt ujportois cUIm-In- ,- failed to do bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbB him ull of it ou can scare up oiery daj 10 to 1. Contention then adjourned mo any Consumers are demanding pork with good, and pronounced more lean mcut. The feeder und breeder Resolutions of Respect. should inter to these requirement. Whcrtos, by tlio uiielalnablo nets of m y health Icon- - Mr. B. VY. D. Barnet. Tlio feeder should try to keep tho pig l'rotldinco It ttas iluc.n..'d that wo should Cone. eluded to lf lto up our esteemed In other, Sir Kitlglit try Peruna, and after using four bot- steadily Increasing in weight from we to ono pound each day on uu aver-agWillie 1. PhUe, while with aoriow tles can say I was entirely cured." foul meditate upon his death, ot wo Unable to Work. . Cleanliness Is next to godliness (and that he bun only been tiuusfeired from Mr. Gustav Hlmmelrelch, Hochhelm. ahead of It with tho mlk (Inspector. this cuithly Tent of ouis to thutdltlno Texas, writes: over A cow appreciates pumtuullty in mintTent on high, wluVh In presided "For a number of years I Buffered Commander, whenever I took cold, with severe at- ing, as much us a man does In meals. und rukd by tlio Oicvit Bo nuro there uro no llco on the young wIuim edicts and commands tto do not tacks of asthma, which usually yielded to the common homo remedies. stock when they aro to pasture. understand, )et, do not question. "Last year, however, I suffered for Thoio aro money Jn dairying in splto We feci und know thut In tho death eight months without Interruption so of a pretalejit notion to tho contrary, Tout of Sir Knight Pintle, HuitCoid that I could not do any work at all. a combination of good cows luas lost a faithtul und Tho various medicines W, K. O. T I"o. that were pre- but It needs und good management to gut It out. uluwl member, one wlvoso loss wo dampscribed brought mo no relief. tako "No foot no horse." It won't "After taking six bottles of Peruna. ly deplore', his wlfo and babo Juno lost u faithful und affeotlonato husband and two of Lacupla and two of Manalln, I long for uu Ignorant sjioer to ruin the father and with his dour wife, wo know am free of my trouble so that I can do best foot. my farm work again. I can heartlook out for the yeanling colts. Don't tjiat his widow td mother, bio,thors and all going ily recommend this medicine to any let tlioiu gut a sot.back. as spring apjjjiera will mlbs and mouin tho one who surfers with annoying that complaint and believe this tbey will proaches. cl Willie to that great beyond, that A stumbling habit may be caused by sreat Tent, In ctitetbiff which, wo must Obtftlo gQod. results," The Bible-schoCtl-houool I Ma-stSESSION-STEUEOPTIC- ON choice of tlio rnnU ami fllo of tlio party throughout tlio country for tlio renml publican nomination for I'rcMihtit, tlmt his nomlnntlon will insure uccns November Hi the o11h In tlio coming election, wo hereby Instruct tlio ele'legaH hereinafter uanieil by this contention to tlio vote for Instructions for lilin nt Congressional District contention to bo nNo hold nt UllzabeUitown, Ky., and Convention to be hold nt Louts-lllthe State next ttcck, and they or Instructed to oto for delegates from the district and from the State nt large who arc known to ba for Col. lloosetelt, and to tote upon all questions tthlch may arise In his Interest In tlio retention of chairman of tlio two conventions and In s the cjoctlon of the members of the committees of both conventions and they are further Instructed to vote as a unit upon all questions which may c, tar-iou- To this great nnd Dltlno TVnt tto point with n my of hopo as tho place for our final reuniting with dear Willie,, anl nil of our loteil one. For all of thoso who, by special ties, hol c'nliiis urm Willie, we priy Helton's richest nnd most merited blelnir and beg them to look on and beyond tho dark cloud which at first obscures lay our tlslon, for thele Is surely a of hope, a bright spot beond, nnd another hand to beckon us onward and upward. With nil of his loted ones we deoply sympithlze, fully knotting that his los Is keenly fell, nnd can not be replaced. Itesoltcd, by Hertford Tent No. 19, K. O. T. M.,that the foregoing ba sprat! upon our record", tlmt a copy bo tendered tho family of tho deceased, and that a copy bo furnished to each of our local papers for publication. j. c. HKNNirrrr, poor shoeing; or It may be emmed by Ignorant or careless hitching. A colt appreciates tlio companionship of man, and he should hate It especially during tho first year of his life. Prom April farm Journal. JlftftftftftJlftftftftftJlMftftftftftftftftftl 2 During the Month of April 3 J J Aft & Eighteenth District Will Meet At Calhoun 16-17. s , ) Circuit Court Next Week. Circuit Court begins Monday nnd tho following cajies hive been set for trltl by agreement of counsel or order of court. WE WILL GIVE AWAY o c Kr April riltST Tho Christian Womans Ilotrd of and Bible School Contention of the Ciirlsthn Church, of the eighteenth district, will conteno at Calhoun, Ky.. Aprlt ltl. This district comprises f Ohio. Breekenrldgc, llutler, I) ivies, IlnnrnWc. McLean, Meade and Muhlenberg counllci The following program has been arranged: TUESDAY, APltll. 1C, 1312. MOltNINO tiKriSION'. 10.00-S- ons DAY. sTj HI 111 We have six well rootedeverbloominp; rose plants to give away to every woman who reads this advertisement. Owing to the excessive moisture in the ground this spring, these plants will, with ordinary care, grow rapidly nnd begin to bloom early this summer. Ralph ts. Howard and Mosely. W. It. ltcan ts. I. C. It. It. Co. T. J Cook ts. llufus Doit ell. SECOND DAY. P. It. Alford ts. O. W. Embry. Klmbley Coal Co. ts. W. M. Warden. TI1IIID HAY. Ira Co ts. I., & N.'ll. It. Co. 1.. I,. i J o L w , . J . The Varieties Offered. sfi rolJIlTH W. If. Bonfrowts. M. It. DAY. & E. It. . It. . Co .. Whltcly Hot yertlee. ts. Same. j WIM. w. s. ML.UY, tixsm:y, Committee. For Sale or Trade. Slachlno and Saw mill. Cheap If taken nt once. P. O. BOX 101. Address, McHcnry, Ky. 33tf Traction Knglne. Threshing Devotional. 10:30 Woman's Indebtedness to Christ Mrs. T. 1 Blrkheul 10:13 The Beginning Days of Woman's Missionary work Mrs. M. T. Henderson of the C. W. B. M. Mrs. C. I. Cnrrleo 11:13 Woman's Obligation to Her Xolgh Mrs. C. M. Seott bor 11:30 Appointment of Committees 10.W ll:0O-Mls- slon FIFTH DAY. ts. I. C. It. 11. Co. Mcltenry ts. I. C. K. it. Co, Ferguson vs. Thomas. - a SIXTH- DAY. Douglas ts. I. C. It. It. Co. Tho case of Ira Cox ts. I.. & N. ttas trlfd once before and oung Cox was sR The Spring Circus. riotlg. Adjournment. AKTUBNOON SBSSION. git en a Judgment for $7,000 00. Tho Court of Appeals said the amount mils reasonable but retersed becauso of IncompH-teetldence. Thero Is a pretty large docket, but most of the eases are jet to bo set for trial. j . ? nt J sR sR R sR J Farm for Sale. rifty-ntn- o acres of wqll Umbered land, two and miles of rordstllle, Ky. Terms lensonable. Call on, W. T. KEOWN. SDtt It. 1, Uonolds, Ky. one-half sR sR R J sR sR sR sR sR J J Piano for Sale. Xow PlaTiO to trade for good hors;. Cull on or address, HARTFORD MUSIC CO., Hartford, Ky. We are quite sure If our lady readers could see either the Etolle do France or new Crimson Humbler In bloom they would not think of letting the opportunity pass to get tlu'-s- e two remarkable roses and four other plants Just as good, absolutely free of charge, ns advertised in another part of tlio paper. Remember It will soon bu time to set the roses In the open. You should order at once W Insure getting the plants In time to set tliim nt the right time. Turn to our advertisement before jou put down this paper and read the description of the rosos offered. Then send us In your order today. Full Instructions on how to plant and earo for tho roso bushes comes 39tf. with each shipment. R sR sR sR sR sR sR sR J The varieties are especially selected to please the growThey consist of: THE ETOILE DE FRANCE. A clean, rich velvety crimson bloomer, a giant in hardiness and sturdiness. The growth is luxuriant and lusty with great masses of deep colored roses blooming all summer. MY MARYLAND. One of the most exquisite of all pink roses. Its flowers have an indescribable charm, being composed of thick, heavy petals unsurpassed in eleganae of form and deepening in shade as the flower expands something that can be said of very few pink roses. Its fragrance js delightful and lasting! KAISER IN AUGUSTA VICTORIA. A most beautiful creamy white rose. It is hardy, vigorous and practically free from disease. The flowers are double and grandly set on long, stiff stems and appear continuously all summer. STOILE DE LYON. Absolutely the most perfect yellow rose in the market It blooms in profusion, sending forth a deep golden yellow bloom that is profuse and lasting with an exquisite fragrance. CLOTHILDE SOUPERT. During the hottest month of summer, when other plants show a withered sickly condition, this rose continues to produce its beautiful white, pink tinted flowers, which always appear fresh and sweet. CRIMSON RAMBLER. One of the most charming roses roses ever offered to the trade. This is the first crimson rambler that can really and truthfully be called an "ever bloomer." The flowers are a deep brilliant crimson, measuring from one to two inches in diameter and produced in great clusters. Nothing like it has ever been offered before. er and to insure permanent and satisfactory growth. to-da- oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft & Don't let this opportunity slip. Send us $1.25, within the next ten days and we will extend your subscription to The Hartford Republican for one year, and the Farmer and Stockman one year. For your promptness we will send you charges prepaid, the six rose plants advertised above. Address all orders to oft oft sR sR sR sR J oft oft oft oft R sR sR THE HARIF0RD REPUBLICAN,. Hartford, Ky. USE THIS COUPON IN OBDERING ROSES -- St oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft bft oft oft oft R sR sR R sR sR J oooeeeeoeocoooee e Date The Hartford Republican, Hartford, Ky. r e o c c e o o e e e o o e o o o Doctors Said Health Gone Suffered Throat e o o o e e o ocoeoooooooee'e-e- c e "SHE WAS A HE CA1V e Many interesting things hnppen c around a lullroad station Unit aro c really amusing, and all officials e hate peculiar experiences as well as e the eomplleuted tioubles of railroad c e life. As a fair sample' of some of tho e things that come up dally, the fol- - o lowing ttus shown us by Agent e Mlschkc of the K and N. wherein e a letter ttas sent to a freight ngeut e e as follows: e I rate ugel I hnf a cut coming She was a e he eaf. He was a white, his two e alio e behind legs both black If damag I piy fifty-fiv- e dols, nottf e e me till yet c JAKE I.ICKENBEBGER. 5 miles behind the bridge. e e o sR sR J Enclosed find for which extend my subscription to The Hartford Republican for one year, and the Farmer and Stockman one year from the date now shown on my mailing tag. For my promptness, send me free of charge your six Everblooming Roses. My name is My address is sR sR sR sR sR sR ?f oft oft oft New or old subscriber? 999V9sfsfVs$sfsf9s;9sfV9sFsfsf999 SUPPOSE Your Residence or Business Should Burn Tonight County, eBf' - ATTENTION STOCKMEN: Whoa you gat nuaely to have those honso bills or announrxsmfliita printed call on The Hartford Republican for low est prievB and best .work. We have ail kinds of engravings to lUuAato the bill with. : IS IT INSURED? : : : Better look after that Insurance A few dollars may mean hundreds or thousands to you. NOW. and had three had trouble Resolutions of Respect. Hartford, Ky., R. 7, April 8, 1912, - All I one-ha- o. telephone nlrl? l!uo you over been given such quick connections unci .such intelligent bitvIco tlmt your admiration was Awakened, ami jour appreciation you aroused? Of couroe, ou have, yet havo noer told tlio telephone operator so. Instead, jcrn have taken It all as part of tho da' business, and havo dismissed it from our mind as An Incident not worth remembering. The lot of the telephone eirl is not All hours of the an cmlahlo one. FOR FLETCHER'S nlsht and day sho is ready, and wlVhiK source und polite. She is the -to of information of every subscriber The Hello Girl. her Bwltchboatd. Into her eats aro pourOn Where you ever forcibly reminded that ed the troubles of the whole city. courtesy U not an art lost to tho her deft fingers and nimble brain some-- J Whereas Dltlno Providen.ee has cialUd to his reward, the father of our brothel, Q. II. Shaver, a member Af Ev.crgreen Camp W. O. W. No. 319. Resolved, 'that wo extend to him our henitfelt sympathy In this great be- rout cment. Itesoltcd, Second, That In tlio dea.h ou have of your father, Felix Shaver, lost a kind and indulgent father and tho community a good and cluiritablo citizen. Resolved, Third, Thut a copy of thoso Resolutions bo spread on our tecord, a copy sent to tho family und u copy sent to each of tho county puicr for publication. I K. CIIA.lt LET. 11. J. MIU.IOAN, 11. A. ROWAN, Committee. To be sure you get the best protection place it with Ney Poster J.Fire Insurance Dealer times depend tfio Uvea of the slek, tha property of tho or the wealth of the business nun. Slio Is to be merely an automaton, but really sho is human. Tho not time you receive Intelligent service In some manner out of the ordinary, call tlve operator's boss and telr him, or her. Tell the boss tho time of jour call, and ask him to convey your thanks to the Bin. Us a very little thing to do. Frankfort News- - Journal. sup-pos- Children Cry CASTORIA I semi-offici- Don't be surprised If you havo an at tack of rheumatlsnT, this spring. Just rub the affected parts freely with Chamberlain's Liniment and It will soon disappear. Sold by-a- ll dealers. m