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XXIV. 1,340 PEOPLE HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1912. having news bearing on tho disaster. Two revenuo cutters were a'so notified to stand In readiness to proceed to tho t iii In' with trunks nnd furCounty Judga Owens and Commissioner Czarneckl entered. Captain Ocltgnn who commanded event tlw Cnrputhta If necessary. In tho was nrrosted but was ro guardsmen, that tho Salem had not sufficient coil. leased on habeas corpus proceedings. Instructions vvcro given to dispatch tho n Tho precinct com cruiser North Carolina Instead. mitteemen who had been standing In novvs A poslblo chance of obtaining Ham- lino wearing badges Inscribed "Hardeveloped In bearing mon tho disaster mony," entered Uio building tally this evening when tho Lev land HOLD ANOTHER CONVENTION. Also. California cune Into tho zone of liner Commtrsloncr Czarneckl called tho wireless communication with Sablo Island roll and Uio machinery of the convenTho California wns reporteil at tho scone Gov. Wilson Also Captures All Democrats at Chicago Have tion was turned over Jo the delegates. Government Warned that America Was the Initial Trip of Worlds of tho disaster shortly after tho Titanic Not a man of the Sullivan forces was went down and was thought pnvbablo But Two Members of Stormy Time and Militia present. Instead they and the Demoan Life and Property are to that sho would havo valuablo Informacrats known as Dunne men, remained Delegation. tion to communicate. Was Called. be Safely Guarded. Steamer. outside and after a long delay, left tho Capt ltostron, of tho Carpathla has vicinity of Uie armory and held a conof been Instructed to send full dotalls vention at another hall. Philadelphia, April 14. Col. Theodore tho sinking of the Tiunlc. Chicago, 111., April of wire-les- s 1 A. Washington, D C., April II. WarnCnpe IJncc, N. I'., April As a result the State convention will lctory In Penn- court orders TEARl'UL CROWDS ON BROADWAY Itoosevelt's sweeping the battering of sledges and ing was Issued messago tonight from Captain Hadtoday by ,Uva UrtltU All day long tearful and anxious throng sylvania at Saturday primary election and axes "3r- - barred doors preceded tho bo called on ,to decldo between tho two dock, of the steamers Olympic, relayed swarmed States to Uie Mexican Government, air sets of delegates. the offices of the Whlto Star kept growing today as the returns Cook County convention Democratic tiy the Coltrlc, reads ns follows: well as to General Pascual Orozoo, .chief to come In. Line nnd overflowed Into Uroadway.stop- today, which split nnd choose two sets of of Uio revolutionary forces, Tleaeo nltoy rumor tlmt tlie Virginian ping traffic at times and keeping police that "It Incomplete returns from every district delegates to Uio FAIRVIEW in State convention has nny of Uio Tltanllc's passengers. resorves busy malntanlng order give the April 13 Sunday school Is progressing expects and must demand Uiat American of Peora April 13 former President sixty-fiv- e I bellovo that NolUicr linn the Tunlsan. to tho State's seventy-si- x nicely at this place wltliM r. J. R .Wil- life and property within the Republic) delegates In the Col. John Jacob Aster Is bollovcd For more tlian three hours Uio only survivor. arc on (ho CarpaUilu. son as Superintendent and Miss Besglo of Mexico be justly and adequately The drowned. Ills wlfonml he Republican National Convention. bo nmong Uio unarmed and under tho Acton, Secretary. Sunday school moots protected, and that this Government The second, third, fourth, and fifth of fl- maid aro safe on the Carpathla. Isador ltoosevelt supporters ore claiming sixty command of a Captain of the Seventh every operator eers, and tho second, Marconi Sunday evening at two o'clock. must hold Mexico and tho Mexican seven and later returns may carry tho Straus, tho millionaire merchant, Regiment, Illinois National Guard Everybody is peoplo responsible or aro the only officers reported .saved. for all wanton Guggenheim, Uie copper magnate, figures to that total. Invited to attend. held possession of Uio Seventh RegiNew York, April 10. Waiting for wire- and J'dgar J. Meyer, Vice President of Col llooseveU won e Mr. and Mrs. R. B Wilson tho visited Illegal acts sacrificing or endangering of Streot, ment armory in Thlrtyfourtri less reports from the grnvu of the Amrican ' still sixty-foMrs. Wilson's uncle Joe Mltchel Friday Amrlcan lit or damaging district national delegates tho Ilraden Copper Company, are while two rival forces, the Hearst-Harripassengers wlio went and tho l.&W Mr. Mltchel has been confined to his followers elected enough delehis property, or Interests." and unaccounted for. faction and Uio followers of room for somo time with dropsy. friends tlovvn with her, tho hourtsoro The attitude of Uie United States, as gates to the State convention to glvo dimensions OF THE VESSEL. DemoNational expressed to both the Federal and rebel and relatives turned away In despair If placed JcngUiwiso upon Fourth Streo them control of that body. Tho State Roger C. Sullivan, Mr. Guy McDanlel happened to a tonlsht when It was Riven out that tho tho Titanic would extend from Walnut convention will name twelve delegates at cratic Committeeman, disputed tho right very serious accident Sunday Morning authorities Is that any maltreatment of ot each other to enter the armory. re.ly mesia cltlrens "will bo deeply Government boats sent out to while playing. Ho fell from a swing American street to Broadway nnd ho of a height large. The Sulllvans. men insisted Uiat tho he equal to Bes from tho Capathla, would not Gov. Woodrovv Wilson, of New- - Jersey, and broke ills collar bone. Dr. J. S. resented by the American Government Uiat of .the Seelbach Hotel. County Judge had no right to order an nble to get within tho wireless zone unBean was called to dress Ids wound and people, and must be fully answered The cost of tho vessel was approximate who had no organized opposition, will Election to open Commissioner the and he is getting along fairly well tomorrow. for by the Mexican people." til late seventy-fou- r ot the seventy-si- s ly HO.OOO.O.'O. With n register of 13,000 have n men convention. The No ono seoms to fcol that there Is any tons, the vescl had a displacement lfttle daughters Pennsylvania Mr.s Not White and of dolegatcs In tho from WILSON'S STATEMENT. declared that his order ajono would Lefly hope for nny of tho passengers except C5.000 tons. Democratic National Convention. and Willie, visited Mrs. C. E. Acting Secretary Huntington Wilson, In Insure fairness. the SCS sail to bo aboard tho Carpathla, She was SSI White Sunday night. feet, about the Eleventh Congressional District the of the State Depar,tment, who today Uattalllons unless homo passing steamer should ac- of n mile, in length, !i2 reinforced "by of police, delegates Masters Briscoe and feet In tho two Democratic national John L. White Issued special 'Instructions to Ambassador who sheriffs, spent Saturday night with Uieir cousin, deputy cidentally rescue somo of tlioso elected are favorable too Gov. Judson moro than a hundred beam, and had a dcpUi of 173 feet Henry Lane Wilson, at Mexico Clty.an might bo afloat on wreckage. acting under the orders of County Master Felix White. depth of tho boat, approximately Harmon, but they are not pledged. Tho Marlon Letcher, American Consul at Judge John E. Owens, held control TAINT HOI'i: LEFT FOR MISSING. that of the Seelbach Hotel, was divided of PENUOSE NEARLY OUT. Lorent and Eva R. White visited their Chihuahua, authorized Uie statement tonight Only a faint hope remains s, were Politicians look upon the triumph of tho street outside the armory. Coroner cousins, Miss Florence and Sto'.la Into ten decks or stories. These Uiat intervention was not contemplated deputies that nny of the 1,302 jKHsngcrs and crow tho sun deck, upper promlnado deck, pro Col. Roosevelt with astonishment. The Hoffman, with twentyflve Thursday nnd Friday' by Uie United States. who linvu been missing "since the slant menade deck upper 'deck, saloon deck, supporters of the former President .were was busy through tho morning serving was ordered to Wilson Ambassador by TtUnle mnk has boeti picked up Death of Alex Rowan. main deck, middle deck, lower decks for without a State organization or without police officials and tho Sheriff's men.wlth communicate at once the views ot the SCS survivors county The Issued In the transatlantic liners an organization In many of tho tldrty-tw- o an Injunction tho cargo and engines. Llvermore, Ky., April 13 Captain Atox United States to the Mexican Minister Superior Court restraining them from rescued from lifeboats by tho Cunanler Sho had cabin accommodations for S, congressional districts n years of age and for Foreign Affairs, and a copy of his in H. Rowan, Carpathla, now on Irnr way to this city, 300 passengers In addition to the pffl-ceTho Injunction was waved Republican organization interfering. The regular one of Uie best known river men of strucUons was likewise sent to Marlon are tho ordy Known snvvd. aside, and tho Coroner .himself was headed by United States Senator Pennnd crow. this secUon of Green river, was drown Letcher, American Consul at Chihuahua, Tho brief and mnigro wireless messarose, who has withstood the fury of summoned before County Judge Owens ed at 11 o'clock Saturday mornlng.about with special representations addressed to ges that came to hand today praertJeally Ollie James Thinks Roosevelt Will many a political storm, received a to answer a charge of contempt ot court two miles abovo Ltvermoro, General Orozco. and one-haextinguished hope that somo of tho crushing defeat In Uie loss of control for conflicting with Uie orders of Judgo near Jamestown. His body was recover be Nominated. Orozco recently refused to recognize passengers may havo been plck.nl police and The Sheriff and A special dispatch from Washington of tho State convention. It is the first Owens. Consular Mr Letcher as the American ed about 2 o'clock In (the afternoon. up nt sea by the steamships Virginian to CzarnecKI aro time In tho present generation Uiat It' Election Commissioner the Loulsvlllo Hirald, Monday said: Captain Rowan was tho owner of the representaUve, because the United States Allan Line. BoUi of contempt charges also under and Parisian of the Senator-elec- t Olllo .lames, thl.-k- s that has lost control ot that body. gasoline Jolly Tom, and at Uie withheld recognition of the rebel cause. tlK"o steamers set word Unit they hvl Col ltooevclfs nomlnaUon for President In addition to naming the twelve POLICE BREAK DOORS. time of his death was engaged In taking The representations to Orozco accuse on Uio Tltantlc's survivors tiono of to Chicago, the conby tho Republicans Is now absolutely as- delcgates-at-larg- e by. a raft of logs down to the Smith Coophim of "practical murder'' of Thomas were mode Repeated demands " board. t thirty-eigpresivention will select sured. Czarneckl , Re- erage Company at Llvermore. Tho-- raft Fountain, and American gunner, enjlstcd election Commissioner 80S persons rescued by ,tho Of tlie Senator Bradley declined tonight to ex- dential electors, four candidates for publican delegated by Judge Owens to was ahead of the boat, which was go with Uio Federals, but summarily exetho names of EM passengers had press any opinion on the result In Penn- Congressmen-at-large- , and candidates open Uie convention, that tho door be Ing down the river. The tow drifted cuted last week when taken prisoner by been received by wireless up to 1:30 sylvania and what It portends. for State Treasurer and Auditor General, unbarred. The mllltta defiantly refused, against the bank and struck some trees Uie Jnsurrectors. was Tho Cnrpathlu evidently o'clock. alt to be voted for at the November and Judge Owens, In person, went to Uie Uiat hung out over the water and CapASK HUMANE TREATMENT. range toward evidently out of wireless election. Piano for Sale. armory and demanded admittance. Ho tain Rowan stepped from the boat onto Though declining to Justify particireach New Piano to trade for good horsj noon, for after that efforts to Roosevelt was refused. The significance of the It pation by were the raft for the purpose ot pushing Then the police Americans on either side of lier with wireless communications wore Call on or address, victory can be reoj'Jzed when it Is re ordered by Judge Owens to break In the out into Uio river. He stepped between Uie revolution, the United States exCO.. futile and a score or more of messages HARTFORD MUSIC membered that the delegates In control two logs in such a manner that he pressly stipulates doors. that American comfrom tho Cunnrd Company and pthor Hartford, Ky. of the State convention have the power No shots came from the guardsmen. was unable to extricate his foot and tho batants, when' taken prisoner, must be sources were unanswered. (Continued on Eighth Page.) The outer door fell, and .than an inner raft was carried down under Uie boat given Ifumane treatment in accordance MO CREEK At 5 o'clock this afternoon Vivo Presiwith him on top of It, crushing and with the International rules of war. Franklin, of tho WlUte Star Line, April 17. Sabbath school at Wflsley dent drowning him between the raft and Uio toSunday, The correspondence mae public said that, so fur as ho knew, Hho Olym- Chapel, was organized last bottom ot the boat. night is admittedly the strongest demand Miss Bessie Renfrow who has been at pic was still standing by tho Carpathla An account ot the accident was telefor to rely wireless messages. Ha added tending school In Grayson county the United ytates Is known to have phoned to Llvermore and another boat treatreceived no word from tho some time, returned homo last week. made upon Mexico for respectful that tie liad was sent out at onoe. The little boat p'c!ock this nvornlng Mr. P. D Tvveddell has purchased the Olvmplc since ment of Americans as weU as other was pulled oft the raft and the body foreigners, and declares that a oontlnua. and had been unable to get either tho property where ho now resides from Mr. ot Captain Rowan was recovered and tak- Uon John W. Sonderfur. CarpaUita or tho Olympic by wireless. ot Illegal acts Is tending' "to diffiWashington, D. C, April 17. Senator Dixon at the Roosevelt head- en to his home in tills city Mrs Chester Wart and little dauglttor, quarters said today: culties and obligations, which It Is to WILL AVOID NORTHERN ROUTE. delegates to the Reand ninety-tw- o "Five hundred For a number ot years Captain Rowan Mexloan patriots, of McIIenry, nro visiting her mother, Mr Franklin said also lliat tlie steampublican National Convention have been elected Of these had engaged In Uie towing business up Uie interest ot all true Molllo Ellis. Mrs. as It is the desire of the United States, crossing tho Atlantic ship companies 216 are for Col. Roosevelt, 56 for MryTaft, 4 for Senator Cummins; 36 and down Green River and was a very Tho protty weather Is not only welcomed to. avoid." had entcded Into an agreement to aban including 84 from New York popular man. Several years ago he was D. car- for Senator LaFolle'tte, 94 uninstructed, by the farmers, but the It. F. INSTRUCTIONS ARE GIVEN. don Uio 8hor,t Northern route In favor In landlord ot the Commercial Hotel riers, who are expected to resume their State, and contests are pending in cases of the remaining 189. The instructions to Ambassador Wilof tho Southern route, as long as IceHartford and was well known there. He duUes, notwithstanding: tho Inclemency BJ HO telegraph today, were as bergs were reported In Uio paUiway of Is survived by a wife and two children, son, sent by of tho weather 1 Scutes 3 and 7 are to a Miss Annie Laura Rowan, sixteen years foUows: course. the former V be congratulated as having two of tho communicate "You will Immediately The dlsjiutch from Montreal saying .that of age, and .Tanner Rowan, twenty-on- e STATES best carriers In Uio county. liopo was still entertained thero that 8. years ot age. Two sisters, Mrs. Maude Uie following to the Minister for Foreign Mr. Kills Henry and family visited hl the Parisian might have aboard somo of parents . . . Peary", of Little Rock, Arlc, and Mrs. Affairs. n near Pleasant llldge, Sunday. Burvivors, Mr. Franklin "The enormous destruction constantly . P" one the Tltanlo's Julia Atherton ,of Nuckals, and Mr. J. H. Wilson and little son Ell, characterized as '"a ridiculous report. brothety Mr. Louts Rowan, ot Llver- Increasing of valuablo American proper-Ue- s Alabama 20 were In our midst ono day lost week. In Uie course of the present unforHo added "that, In my opinion, noltho? i more, also survive him. Mr. Ellis Foster and sister Miss Fily-dl- a, Alaska tunate disturbance; the taking ot AmerDistrict of Columbia . tho Parisian nor the Virginian has any 2 FUNERAL HELD MONDAy Hartford, visited their parents Bun-da- Colorado ican life contrary to the principles govsurvivors aboard." Llvermore, Ky April 16. The funeral erning such matters on.ng all civilized 12 Florida Tho Titanic was Insured for S.OOO.OW, Mrs. S. P. Banderfur spent soveral Georgia 24 services of Capt. Alex H. Rowan were nations; Uie increasing dangers to which Mr, Franklin said. On tho ship, lie addE. days last week at Ceutertown. 58 held Monday afternoon in tho M. Illinois citizens in Mexico aro all American ed, Uio White Star Line, would lose about 12 church, south, Rev. J. A. Bennett, 8 f Moat all of our farmers expect to de- Indiana subjected; and, tho seemingly posslblo 13,000,000. "TIUs will bo .the smallMt 14 UUca, preaching tho funeral sermon liver Uiclr pooled poultry to Reaver Pant Iowa of this unforIndefinite continuance part of our loss," lie added. Kentucky 17 tho this week. After Uio services at the church tunate situation compel Uie GovernCaptain ltostron, of tho Carpathla, In 20 Louisiana Wo aro glad to note the Improvement local camp of the Woodmen of tlie World ment of Uie United States to glvo notice 2 tils last wireless report to the Cunard Maine who Michigan of Mr. J. B. Rowan, ot Hefltn, 2 22 took charge ot the remains and burled that It expects and must demand that Company stated Uiat Ills vessel twos prolias been quite sick. them with the honors ot tho order of American life and property within tho 20 iMiseissppi ceeding slowly through a field of loo On account ot the high water .travel Missouri 10 which he was a member. There was an republic ot Mexico must be justly and f to this port. 6 had to bo suspended on the No Creek Mew Mexico . . immense concourse of people in attend- adequately protect r, and that this NAVAX, CRUISEIIS TO RESCUE 84 New York levee a few days last week. ance, as Captain Rowan was loved by government must hold Mexico and the 16 North Carolina . . . President Toft late UUs afternoon di all who know him. Mexican people responsible for all wan 10 Worth Dakota Electioi of Teachers. rected tho Secretary of the Navy . to ton or illegal acts sacrificing or endanger . 16 , M. . . .., Oklahoma The annual election of teachers for ouwm wwuitw oruer uie mcpui 67 Notice. Ing American life or damaging American onqo from Hampton Hartford College will be hold Monday Pennsylvania tor to Uio scene at Phillipinea having claims against the property or Interest Uicro situated." persons Roads to meet Uie Carpatlila and semi evening April 29, and all teachers de- South Carolina. . 2 4 10 All 14 estate ot Wllllo P. JMrtle. will present 2 In by wireless to the Government a com- siring to make applications for poslUons Tenneeaee Far for Sale. the same to me at Hartford, Ky., propsurvivors. In .this school should f llo application, to- Vermont . plete list of tho Tltatilc's Fifty-nin- e acres of well Umbered land, 2 22 erly proven, on or before May( 1, 1912, Tlvo Chester was caught by wireless about gether with recommendations, with tho Virginia miles ot FordsvlUo. two and 26 or they will be forever barred. anfl Secretary ot the Board of Education Wisconsin 40 miles off tho Chesepeake Canea f Ky. Terms reasonable. Call w, This April 1, 1U. liyl p'nJock was steaming northward, at before that date. 36 94 189 216 W. T. KEOWN, IRA N. PIRTLE, Admr., C mbAINETT, Qh'm'n. 20 knots an hour, ulmlng to got as quick -i Ky. R. J. Reynold Jgt3 Ot WUUo P. Plrtle, deceased. 4Q12. ly a possible Into .touch with steamers VR. J. W. TAYLOR, Sec'y. PENNSYLVANIA DOORS CRASH IN door, barricaded niture gnvo way. INjiEA GRAVE ISFOR TEDDY POLITICAL RIOT BY U. S. Hearst-Harriso- Giant Steamer Titanic Strikes an Iceberg. Primary Gets 67 of 76 Battering: of Sledge Delegates. mers a Feature. Instructions Forwarded to Rebel Forces Largest con"-tlnu-ed twenty-militiame- n. lion-Jam- tn fifty-thre- I son Hearst-Harriso- one-six- th Na-bor- -- forty-seve- rs lf tow-boa- ht Standing in the Rpce For National Delegates te. - pc9 y. ,..'.. ... .n ' -- one-ha- lt Ttals m '1. . X7. v :tt .A. 4 hfc i BOOK THAT HAS NO STOPPING PLACES! At Least You Won't Stop Until You Have Read it From Cover to Cover THE VULTURE'S CLAW" BY REV. C. F. WIMBERLY, OF MADISONVILLE, KY. "The Vulture's Claw" is an absorbingly interesting story, with a deep religious moral. The story takes its name from a miserly, grasping hypocrite whose left hand is deformed into the shape of a claw his character is so much like a vulture that the title of the book is peculiarly apt. Mr. Wimberly introduces more than a do?en interesting characters and a multiplicity of situations which he handles with a and 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 of a school mar'm who infuses new life and ambition into the community; and jn coming of n Methodist minister with whose beautiful character the reader readily falls in love. "The Vulture's Claw" is a remarkable story of hardship depicting the unfavorable environments of remote mountain sections; of the influence of one or two strong personalities upon the lives of many people, and through every page runs a double romance which absorbs the interest of the reader. EwsrsBTSSwrawn wxzs iwm J The Hartford Republican Continually strives to give the news of events at home and abroad, with a special elToit for Ohio county happenings of local interest, and we print it first. It is read by the entire family. ATTRACTIVE FOR YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER. THE ULTURE'S CLAW The Reefer Price is $1 for 52 Weeks. VINBERLY w The T10'5 It's a book of liction-- of intense interest, of everyday characters, and n plot that makes the hair raise only to prepare you for the happy ending. Christian homes will appreciate this story, because of the deeply religious moral so adroitly and so strongly interwoven. Read what others say about it WM. JENNINGS BRYAN SAYS: "Rev. C. F. Wimberly, Madisonville. Ky. My Dear Mr. Wimberly: I have read 'The Vulture's Claw;' it is a splendid story. The book should find a place in Sunday school libraries and among the books for young people. You have succeeded admirably in combining moral lessons with an interesting narrative. I Yours truly, congratulate you. "W. J. BRYAN" CLAW Use Tills Coupon THE HARTFORD Date REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Kentucky. 191 . . AN UPLIFTING FORCE. A remarkable book; it has that strange infinable charm and power which held us to the very last page. It shows the battles among the hard environments, and the victories that may be won. ' It will be "an uplifting force in every life which only eternity can measure. St. Louis Christian Advocate. Find enclosed $1.G0 for which send the "THE VULTURE'S CLAW" and your paper one year. Name Address New or Old Subscriber? S1.S0 IT INSPIRES CONFIDENCE. Before the eyes of the reader, in clearest outline, is the destructive power of the hypocrite, and the constructive power of the humble pious life. It inspires confidence to splendid success. It is clearly seen that Mr. Wimberly is acquainted with rural life in the South. United Presbyterian. SHOULD BE READ. Remarks mu c.F.WiM5 I consider it one of the best books of fiction I have ever read. kind of fiction that should be read. 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. It is the 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. RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS ii y port 110 to tlon With the Increased forces placed In the field since that time the Disciples hope to show In all departments at their InDies ternational Conentlon In Loulsvllle.Oc. gain made tober 13 to Z3, thq greatest by thorn or any other denomination In a single ear. The Louisville Aimory, with seating to capaelty of 20,0(0 has been engaged for Career As Merciful Ministrator to World Convention Scheduled the event und urgent requests sent to Soldiers On Many Battleeery church and mission point Meet in Louisville Oct. to delegates pieparo at onto for sending fields Ends. 15-2- 2. senti" which, with the ment directed to former Kentucklans of probably swell the attend, 12. Miss Washington, April Clara year tho falth.wlll 'Die current lsiio of tlio official auce to something like 13,(100 to 00,000. Barton, founder of tho American lied book of tho DUcltIe.s of Christ contains Cioss Society, died at her home in rola-U- e borne xcry Interesting information Saved by his wife. Glen Echo, Md , at 9 o'clock this mornto tho grow tli and captivities of She's a wlso woman who knows Just ing. The cause of her death was chronthis particular lellglous denomination. what to do when her husband's life Is In ic pneumonia; with which she was show Official flgmcs fiom all jboiucea danger, but Mrs. It. J. rilnt.Bralntroe, stricken about a jeat ago. Her broththat on lXoembu 31, 1911, this body had Vt is of that Und. "&he insisted on er, Stephen Barton, of Boston, was .n ag,jicgal.u 11.2S0 active chuujius. with my using Mr. King's New discovery,'" with her when she died. Miss Burton membership of 1,373 CW, making It rank cough, was bom at Ofoid, Mass, In r2t. wiltes Mr. V. "for a dreadful fourth anions tho Protestant bodies of when I was so weak my friends nil Miss Barton has been confined to her and tho Anglo-Sixo- n l.ico In Auioilcu thought I had only a shott tlmo to home, "lied Cioss," at Glen Heho slnco gr sixth among ull tho Clulstl.iu bodies. live, and It completely cured me.' A TaR In compiling tho mouth of tho Dis quick eure for toughs and colds, Its tho last fall, when sho returned from a visit C. On to New England. It was thought her leadciples with that of tho tin other most safe and reliable medlclno for trip was beneficial, but soon attunard F Pain PHI, of ing religious bodies, (ho compilers many tluoat and lung ttoublos grip, sho was taken severely Ul. lhntho Your Hook luo guided tho list bronchitis, ctoup, whooping cough, qulny birthday Sho celebiatcd her ninetieth to the luminal sticngth and tonsllltls, hemmorihages. A Talle tilal will anniversary December 23, when sho gain of well denomination: Roman C.ith ou. GCcts and $1.00. Guaranconvince tecelved many messages of congratulaollc, Methodist Kplscopal, Regul u llap-tlEasy. m teed by all druggists, tions fiom nil patts of tho not Id. Church Kiuth, lugular Uiptl'st ColOlara Iiarton might properly bo called Disciored, Methodist Episcopal South, New Automatic Pistols for Nationthe I'lorenco Nightingale of America ples of Clnlst, Privsbjleilan Noith, R(u. al Guard. Head-OfLike her Biltlsh piototjpo her works lar Uaptlst North, 1'iotcstant llplscopil, 12 Washington, Apitl Secretary of of mercy wero not confined to her na. Lutheran & nodical Conference, Gongrega War btlnifcon will soon bc'ln dlsttlb-utln- g tl.c land, but were can led even Into tlonallst. to tho National Guard of tho the eastern hemisphere. 9 uUo thows that In nun lus up fiom Notkkg U Bttor thma It countty the new automatic pistol adoptrOUNDEO ItED CKOSS. the eighth to tho iJxih plitco they pass.'d my to dlsrt'aco the She will bo written down hi htstoiy Pills Dr. MUe.' Anti-Pai- n tho I'rohbjteilans and Regular ltuptlsts, ed for tho regular at rovolver. Assistant Contioller of tho as tho founder of the lied Cioss In They Give Relief without tho largest Milu foi tho eur being ' Bad Af the Treasury Mitchell today decided that America, but her powerful personality nude by tho Catholic bodlus; tho Sectotaiy of War Is authoilzed y uUo mado an Indellblo Impression upon Methodist coming next. "For four years I was subject Congress to expend JJ00.W0 for that the Intel national oiganizatlou Itself to almost constant headache. At boHut, If taken In slnglo religious purpose. It will be one year befoio tho through her active puitlclpatlon In tho times so severe I was unfitted gains In the dies, they would bland In until o regulur army Is finally equipped petlodlcul for work. Through the advice of Geneva, at conferences following order: Itoiutn Cithollc 110,01; a friend I was persuaded to try with tho pistol. Cailosrhuc, Home--, Vienna and fet. K0,7X; Regular Hap. Disciples of Chi 1st, Anti-Pai- n Society .clone assisted in the sup4j1 mlslonailes, organized of 1S.C17 new chinches and added the mcmbeishlp of the Cenomlna FOUNDER OF THEJEO Years. CROSS Are Making Big Gains in Their Cause. Society at Age of 90 "home-coining- lng for missing men niter the various great battles of tho war. moro Miss Barton's work became extended with thu organization of tho American Ued Cross and covered the now field of eatastrophles in tlmo of pence--. Mio distributed relief to the flood sufferers from the Johnstown and went to Bussla In 1SW to carrv food to the f inline sufferers there. In the follow InR ear sho was ministering to tho destitute survlvois of tho ttdil wave which struck South Carolln t and l'lorlda In K'G sho ai nldlng tho At men hn families decimated by tho Turks jellow fever when and appeared War among the American troops In Cuba AIDED BY CONGIIESS. following tho battles around Santligo, Congress recognized her good offices' u wits uiara li.nton, vvlio, at the re In tho first case by an appioprlatlon of quest of president or McKlnlej, 113,000 to be disbursed by her in search ganlzed fluid liospltaU and personally spent her tlmo on tho battlo Unci. Her Importance was last work of national la connection with the gieat flood relief In l'..). when she first turned her attention to the gieat work3 of humanity which havo made her nams famous. Her experience as a school teacher and tho organiztr of jiubllc school s steins In New Jersey taught her methodical habits and gave her tho experience in executive work which inado her a com- mandlng figuro in tho direction of ited Cross affairs. That organization was established It America in ISsl and Miss Barton was Its president from that date until 1WI. Before that time sho had made a name for herself by her ar Ices on b beginning in tho Civil War mil extending through the rrauco-I'mssli- n Utli;-fleld- s, STRANGE ROMANCE ENOS IN DIVORCE Brother and Sister, After Marriage and With Children, Discover Kinship. IT R, ffa r y - tho Ited Cross was ) (then Taft being chosen as President, and Miss Button, then far advanced In age, and somewhat broken in fiom cxposuio and hardship, ictliel fiom net ho connection v.Hh tho organization, In 1001 d, I'tisldeut Secre-tiiry- he-ill- h st Hkl To a Headache ter-Effe- f MVGD IN MARYLAND She lias ivilded for tho last soven ) ears at her homo nt (ilen Hcho, Md , on tho banks of tho upiHr Putomli', During licr lifetime ho received many dccorntlons fiom foreign counties In recognition for her seivlcis ia hit- inunlty and her vailed opciloucex havo In permanent been recoided foim In her liberal coutilbutlous to lltciaturo, mostly lohitlng to tho ac. tlvitlcs of tlio Ited Cross. Cincinnati, April 15,- -A strango story wnicn resulted In John P. Jtuch, aged tvvcntj-tvv- o u.s, being divorced fiom his sister, Ileiicl Hoffman Uuch. twenty-fouwas relateJ in tho Insolvency court luro today. Tho brother ami sinter wero tnarrleU October 25 1910, neither at the time knowing of the blood relationship botvve-vthem. The discovery of the relationship was! disclosed a few weeks nir nn.i ihn action for a dlvorco followed. It was explained to tho court that the mlstako was possible because or the fact Unit tho mother, for a lrlvato leason, had hidden from the children tho fact that they wero brother and sister, allowing them to believe that the glil wis only an adopted child. Tho husband was given the custody of tholr two children. Tho petition for divorce, filed by tho hUHlund, was upon the formal ground of nested. Tho dlvorco cmnt.-- l upon tho ground for tho purnoso of protecting tho j otitis couple, so far as possible, in tho record. The father and mother of tho joung couple wete not in court when tho hearing was lmld. r, n Jrr nn How's This? Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Howard for any case of Catairh that cannot bo cured by Hall's Cntanh Cute. I'. J. ClIUSIlY & Co., Toledo, O. Wo, tho undct signed havo known P. J. Cheney for tho lust IS years, and bo llevo Mm pefrectly honorablo all In business tiantactlons, and financially ablo to cany out uny obligations mado by his flim. WAI.DlNd, KINNAN & MARVIN, Wholesale, Druggists, Tolodo, Q Hall's Catanli Curo Is taken internal-I)'- , acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho systotn. sent free, Price, 75c, per botthi. Sold by all druggists. Talw Hall's Family Pills for constlpa- Tcstl-menials O Why he was late. ffl oar old boy Kplscornl, li.Wls Cuitibuilanil Pio&btcr-lawould hao to lose his leg, on account 40,000; l.uthci.ui Hjnodlenl Conferof an ugly ulccr.cuused by a bid bruise," Regul ir Uaptlst Colored, wroto D. I'. Howard, Aquone, N. C. ence, 297; Uplseopal .South, 3I.5&9; Methodist "All remedies and doctors treatment Iiucklen's Arnica Grctk OtUordox Clmieh, 20,00; Meth- failed till wo tried box.'1 Salve.aud cuied him with one odist j;pis(OjuU Cliuich, -- W13. on Cures burns, bolls, skin eruptions, idles. Wltliln tho official eai, closing September H, Mil, tho UliiUtlan Mlsilon- - 23c at all druggists. m doomed n, 0; list South, ,7 lit, Aftlcau Methodist "It that my It At those conferences Miss Barton did not hesitate to submit i ad leal amend ments to existing tules. Hacked by the weight of her oxtenslvo experience In time of war and dlKiMer, these wero leeched with favor and generally adopted. MUs Uar.ton Tills and Dr. Miles' 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, Euly, la. "What mado ou so Into?" "I met Bmlthson." " WtJl.that Is no reason vv liy ou should bo an hour lalo getting homo to supper.' I "I know, but I asked him how lie was 'feeling, und ho Insisted on telling mo 'about his stomach trouble." "Did )ou tell him to tnko Cliambcr. .Iain's Tablets?" j "fcure, that Is what ho needs." Sold b j For Sale by All Drugglata. 85 Doaet, 25 Cents. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Int. was forty yeais of ago all dealers. m Tor rheumatism you will find nothing hotter than CliamberUiln'a Unlment. Try It and seo how quickly It gives relief. For sale by all dealers. m e, n TV t-- ", v -- -- - v, , .,,- t ,.' r-- 4 "r" - "WflFro .' i ssscssp- -" - " -- " " j ij- -- raj V jsmPy ijssssssmi bbiy bbW ussBBBVsBafisBf Visa sssssssVisBBs?weasssssssssB fine Stallions and Jacks will be found at the following points: My My fine standard trotting bred stallion ALEX H. Register No. 37012, will make the season of 1912 at Whitesville in Daviess county Ky., at the Old Mill Barn. Season, $15.00. Alex H. is a fine Horse has no equal as an individual or breeder. NOTICE year old jack and has proven himself a sure foal getter and fine breeder he has some colts foaled this spring, 5 and 7 don't take our word, but see the colts for yourself and you will fall in love with him. $10.00 to insure colt to stand and suck. LIBERTY WOOD, is 5 3-3-- TEMPEST my fine saddle and harness stallion will make the season of 1912 at my stable in Fordsville, Ky., at $10.00. Tempest is a fine Horse black 1G hands high 2 white feet, star in forehead;he goes all of the gaits with style and action and has a track record i pacing and trots in less than 3 minutes; he never was defeated in a show ring and has been awarded many fancj prizes. 2-- 32 CHICAGO PRIDE, my noted breeding jack known as S.J.Baker & Sons jack of Patesville,Ky. He will also make the season of 1912 at Fordsville, at $10.00. He is 151 hands high standard measure black with white points weighs 1008; fine bone and body. Now if you are interested in breeding please make investigation of the above named stallions and jacks and you find them a clean bred lot of stallions and jacks. All colts are insured to stand up and suckjmoney due when colt is foaled or mare parted with. John Greenwell, the noted stallion and jack man, will handle Alex H. and Liberty at tf Tempest and and Chicago Pride will be in care of C. E. Miller, FORDSVILLE, KY. meditation. But at length, slipping the ruby Into the new receptaclo and drawing tho Janvnrd tight about Its puckered throat, ho stood up and throw the loop over his head, permitting tho bag with Its precious contents to fall beneath the folds of his jacket; and, shaking off tho sober mood inspired In him by the study of tho stone, rang for a -steward, to whom, when ho responded, he entrusted a summons for Danny "if so bo it wo'ro clear of Suez." In tho courso of fivo minutes or so Danny himself tapped on tho door and By presented to his master a beaming LOOTS JOSEPH VANCE face. "Divvlo a sowlt" ho announced triumphantly. "Sure, 'tis ourselves have Mmlrati.ss by Ellsworth Yoaai given thlm the slip entirely!" He fished a brand new from beneath tho berth and, opening It, n to lay out O'Rourko's clothing. Copyright 1K, by Louis Joseph Vanes His master indulged in a sigh of reHAPTER XVIII. lief. "Then no boat put off to us at day. all?" ho questioned indifferently. of a sultry It was "Only wan," replied the servant, No air stirred. The Panjnab was coal"and thot wld no wan in ut but a ing at Port Said. O'Rourko eyed the Teasel with dis"A negro?" demanded O'Rourko,- - fafavor from tho shore; then dropped cing about "What do ye mean? Did Into a harbor dinghy, ensconced himself at the tlllcr-ropeand caused, bo como aboard?" "Sure and ho did that yer honor, himself, with his luggage and his to be conveyed alongside and caught us be no moore thin the skin av his tathe and" the steamer. O'Rourko bent over tho man and Near tho gangway he was held back; another boat had forestalled seizing him by the shoulders swung him, another passenger was shipping --im ornijrjd B0 that their eyes met for the East O'Rourke was interested idly. Ho saw a woman, a slight, trim figure becomingly attired in white, with a veil about hor head, leave the boat and mount tho gangway steps with a springy, youthful step, a cheerful and positives air, a certain but indefinable calm of At the top she paused, turned, looked down, watching tho transfer of hor luggago and her maid. . . . From sundry intangible indications O'Rourko assumed tho second woman's figure to bo tho lady's maid. And so did Danny. Tho ono eyed tho mistress, the other her eervant, both with Interest. . . . Tho woman on deck threw back her veil. She seemed to promlso uncommon beauty of the English type, and of classic mold. . . . Tho Irishman was much too far away to bo certain, but ho fancied that her gaze wandered toward him and but this, of course, was only imagination Gently but Firmly Twisted Him that she started slightly. Around by the Ear. At all events, Bhe was quick to drop tho veil and turn away. Her maid "What the dlvvle!" demanded the adJoining her, both vanished beneath the venturer, "did ye mean by telling me canvas awnings. The boat that had nobody boarded us, then? What" brought her sheered off, and O'Rourko "Sure, yer honor. . . . Aw, yer was permitted to board the Panjnab. honor! . . . 'Tls mesllf meant no It was a glad day, the O'Rourko told harrm at all, at all!" protested Danny. himself, as he trod those decks; it. "Didn't I say thot divvlo a sowl came saw him definitely started on his way aboord? Sure, thin, Is a naygur a huto the East man?" O'Rourko roused upon his elbow gesture an With exasperated and peered out of the port of his O'Rourke released the boy. " 'Tls too stateroom. The steamer was plowing much for me ye are," be said helpthrough the Bitter Lakes. He saw a, lessly. "Now and again I believe ye string of buoys, a width of water like have the makings of a man In ye, and a Jade, a vista of sand, flat, gray, then ye go off and play the fool I If patched with gray-gree- n desert shrub, I didn't believe ye a pure simpleton bounded only by the horizon. . . . with not an ounce of mischief in your "Damn . . ." said he listlessly. body, I'd take that out of your worthHe slipped down again upon his back, less hide. Oet on with ye! Tell me about this 'naygur.' What sort of a panted, and wiped his brow. Danny, recognizing thai he was not black man Is he?" "Sure, sor," whimpered Danny, " tls expected to respond, and ."being a young man remarkably acute to diag- mesllf that w'u'd die rather thin have nose his master's moods, prudently re- ye talk to me thot way, yer honor. frained from comment He sat hunch-- , Upon me sowl, I nlver thought ye'd ed up on a cabin stool, his intensely worry about a poor dlwle av a nayred, bullet-shape- d head bent low over gur, come aboard, wld nothln' but a and the clothes he walks In, a bit of chamois skin, which he was say-chlbeggln for a chanat to worrk his sewing into a rough, sturdy bag. As the sun dipped beneath the rim passage to Bombay, sor." "Did they let him sign on, then?" of the horlxon, a pleasant shadow Invaded the stateroom, until that mo- Inquired O'Rourke. "Dlwle a bit rayspicts to ye." More ment blood-re- d with its level rays. And Danny straightened up, dropping cheerfully Danny 'struggled with the thimble and thread, announcing the studs in O'Rourkato shirt "The purcompletion of his needlework by a ser was all for kicking him back Into bis boat, sor, whin be offered to pay brief, contented: "There I '" O'Rourko glanced at the article passage In the steerage. So they let 'dangling from his valet's fingers, and him stay, sor." "Seemed to have money eh?" slammed the book against the bulk"Aw, no, yer honor. 'Twas barely head at the foot of his berth. "Finished, Is it?" be exclaimed. able be was to scrape ut all together." "Lascar?" "Faith, 'tis about time, ye lazy good "I belave so, yer honor. 'Tls harrd Danny smiled lerenely. "And a good for me to say. Wan av thlm naygur's )1ob. ton. nor." anM ha nrnn.llv as much like another as two pays, "M'anln' no onrespect to yer honor," sor; 'tls all tarred wld the same brush they be." j be added hastily. "Ah well," he resumed more pacificO'Rourke took the subject of discus-jslo- n in his fingers and examined It ally, "belike he's what he seems, Danny, and has no concern with us at all. searchlngly. " 'Twill do," he announced. " 'Twill Whether or no, care killed the cat . serve Its purpose, If no more. Lay . . D'ye mind, Danny," he swung out me evening clothes now." He off on one of his characteristically stood up, stopping to stare through acute tangents, "the little woman with the port. "Good enough," he com- the red hair? Though 'tls meself mented on what he discovered with- should beg the lady's pardon for menout; "'tis passing Suez we are this tioning the color of her hair in the Praises be, We same room with that outrageous bead-ligblesstd minute. of yours, Danny. . , , D'ye caught a boat that doesn't stop here." Danny scratched an ankle thought- mind her, I mean?" "The wan ye observed at Poort fully. "Yiss, yer honor," he assented, dubious. "But, for all that, "phwafa Said, sor? The wan ye told me to to binder annywan from boordln' us discover the name av?" "Tls a brave detective ye would be boat, If they sh'u'd want to?" O'Rourke turned and eyed the man make, Danny. Ye have me meaning keenly. "'Tls a great head ye have enUrelyl" "Aw, ylss." Danny's lips tightened ,on your shoulders, Danny," be said. "Sometimes ye betray almost canine as he laced O'Rourko's patent-leathe- r lntllllgence. I'm be way of having shoes. He cast up at his master's hopes of ye. Now get ye on deck and face an oblique glance of disapproval. watch to see who does come aboard, "I mind the wan ye mane," he admitted. If anyone, and report to me." He rose, and as bo did so, O'Rourke "Ylis, yer honor." O'Rourke bolted the door after Dan- gently but firmly twisted him around ny and assured himself that the key- by the ear and as deliberately and hole was properly wadded, that no thoughtfully kicked him. "What the dlvvle Is the matter with crack existed through which Us movements mlght.be observed from the ye, Danny?" be inquired In pained regangway. Shrugging faU broad shoul- monstrance. "It is mad ye are, or ders be returned to the seat vacated have ye no Judgment at all, ye scut by bis valet and thrust a band be- that ye speak to me In that tone?" Danny Solicitously rubbed the neath the coat of his pajamas, withdrawing It a moment later, fingers chastened portion of bis person, grumtightly wrapped about a rather bulky bling but unrepentant O'Rourke grinned tolerantly, retainobject And the Pool of Fume lay glitter- ing hia hold upon the servitor's ear. ing and stabbteg his eyes wRh shafts "Her name?" "Ow, yer honor, lerael of bleed-relight MlhjsM fct HUMS! PryBBe, sorl", , lata 1U. dtrtka t.fM'--...........- :e gazed long and earnestly, in t profound The Pool of Flame w sor" The wanderer gave tho ear another tweak, by way of enforcing the lesson. "Prynne, Is it? And how did you learn that Danny?" " 'Twas her maid told mo, sor. Leg-gyer honor, plaze " "And how did her maid como to tell yo, ye great ugly, omadhaun?" "8uro owl 'twas only a bit av-- a kiss I was by way av gtvln' her, o, long-legge- d Stops Lameness Sloan's Liniment is a reliable remedy for any kind of horse lameness. Will kill the growth of spavin, curb or splint, absorb enlargements, and is excellent for sweeny, fistula and thrush. Here's Proof. "I used Sloan's Liniment on a mole for Daily Kisbv, Cassady, Ky. "Sloan's Liniment u the bet made. I nave removed very large shoe boils off a hone with it. I have killed a quarter crack on a mare that was awfully bad. I have also healed raw, tore necks on three hones. I have healed grease heel on a mare that could hardly walk." Anthony O. IIiye, Oakland, Pa., Koute No. i. high lameness,' anil never without a bottle have bought more of remedy for pains." currcl l.cr. 1 am n( your liniment It than any other "That'll do, Danny," O'Rourko chuckled. Tho peal of tho trumpet announcing dinner interrupted his contemplated lecturo on the ethics of Investigation and tho perils of flirtation as between maid and man servant (To bo continued.) kit-bo- x be-ba- How to Invest One's Fortune. A gentleman who, ncconllnir lo Ills own stntement.rccently cumo Into 10V IM left by an eccentric but Industrious uncle, nnil decided to ndvertlse or advice as to the manner of Its Investment, writes a brief nrtlclo In tho Strand Jlnglzlno on tho results of his unusual procedure. Tlio advertisement was Inserted Jn n New Yoilt newspaper. Two days Jater ho strolled down to learn If tliero were any answers. They were. The clerk In the department handed out sl bulky d packages, letters In all, lent him a cord to tic them together and confidentially advised him to got a handcait. Ho spent a wholo day reading thctn, but to his regret found that tliero were practically no disinterested writers and very few suggestions that looked reasonably safe and practical. One of tho most cat nest replies, for Instance, was from an Inventor who had an Idea that, ho said, would unquestionably net ?V, ouu. Only $100 would float tho pchemo and tho Investor would receive half of tho proceeds. a physician, an English Then thero-wa- s specialist of note, who needed (2,000 or $3,(00 to equip offices In Xew York. Ho was a speclullst on women's troubles and ho had no doubt, In view of the debilitated condition of tho sex In America, ho tho would soon be able to guarantee obliging lender of the amount above mentioned very hundsoms dividends. Tho advertiser was particularly struck' with tho enthusiasm of one correspond-en- t who wanted him to Invest tho entlro amount In a wondeiful This washboard, according washboard. to the correspondent, saved the washer from tho disagreeable necessity of liand-lln- g of tho soap, cut down tho time washing fully saved half tho soap, gave superior results, and cost no mora to manufacture tliun tho ordinary board. When ho came to a post card from Hclene.a lady who asked him to reply In tho personal column of a certain newspaper, the thought for a moment that he had certainly found a disinterested adviser. Helena wrote as follows: Be satisfied with your $100,000 and don't speculate. If you must have something to do, buy income property and take care of It yourself. If you Iiave never traveled place your money out on mortgage and travel. If single get married and let some good woman enjoy your fortune with you. If I 'were better acquainted could give you more advice. Above all, don't lose your money. Answer by personal in tomorrow's paper. After thinking it over a blt.howevcr he concluded that even she had an eye to securing a personal share In the estate left by his uncle. The expressed desire for a further acquaintance left email Holene wanted doubt on tliat point, either to marry hhn or be his personal palmist and fortune tiler. To sum up, tho gentleman says that he to run plays, mount received offers operas, start dressmakers,, finance amusement parlors, speculate In every mining and Industrial scheme In the country, and even to help start a new religion. All of which, for reasons that hardly need be mentioned, he respectfully declined to entertain. He concludes with the statement that In tho end ho took no one's udvlce.but Invested his money according to his own discretion. 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Anonymous communications will receive no attention. which lias over been rnado tor Ohio conn ty, and If permitted to stand will cost the tn pnjers ncvcral thousand dollars will However, County Judge Wedding n committee to go beforo the appoint Board and endeavor to Induce thcin to rescind this action A tho present ml. mlnltrntlon Is In the sore need of money becnufo of tho creation of to many offiecs nnd tho rnlslnR of salaries, b sides needle, enormous nppropiintlons It I not likely Hint n rdeuctlon can be secured. Lit us see, was It list fnll Hint Congressman Ben Johnson, A. ). others Stanley, Mr. John Rhea, nnd l"nlr who spoke at the Ohio County Grounds, abused a Republican Hoard "f Equalization for raising values? Seems to ns that we heard tomelhlng of that sort. "We wish 'wo had the cMict lanso that wo could sco guage before whether or not It would lit the present case. UNPOOLED CHICKEN DAY FRIDAY, APRIL 19. All poultry not in Ohio County Pool will be receiv- u, 'SXZST'SZOXTXa. JBoms;. Stirrmx PRIDAY, APRIL 13. Looks like that "hat" will spread out until It covers tho entire ring jot. tho boards and glvo us an cvhlbltion of what they can do In the old fashioned Mass Convention. Our Democratic friends will now havo If the Republicans In Kentucky had been given a primary election on the Cth of April eery congressional district would hae gone for Col. Roosevelt.and his majority would not hao been less than CO.OO In the entire State. Ono who read the late account given by tho Hartford Herald, only, of tho Ho publican Muss convention was, no doubt, led to belicvo that It was a very Is affair, whereas, tho truth enthusiasm displayed at that ecept for several periods of tho convention It was one of the most oulcrly, as we", as the Oliio largest convention ever hold in county. for Wo trust that tho rlsc.il Couit Ohio County will jet be able to bul'.d the section of pike on tho Calhoun road where the "citizens subsuibed $l,W0.00 to assist in the work, which ,we understand was to be only three miles In length. This road oad Into one of tho richest farming seotions in Ohio county, and as the people who nic so enterprising to offer such liberal aid to the county should not be disappointed. The results of the primary elections In Illinois, rennsjlvanln, nnd other states havo practically eliminated l'rcIdent Tnft as a candidate beforo the Chicago beforo the results liven Convention. were known In Pcnnsjlvnnla, his friends wero considering a third candidate. Wo predict that veiy few delegates from nov on will be Instructed for tho President and Hint Rooevclt will almot swep tho platter clean. Eliminating the oto nnd tho contested delegations, Col. Roosevelt now leads the President in delegate otos, and it is known tliat much more than ono In r of the contested must necessarily bo de cided In favor, If any consideration what ever Is to bo given to Justice or fairness. The lace of Col. ltoosevelt Ins been the most remaiKable in tho his tory of the country, and shows the personality and magnetism of tho man. Unlike tho President he had no organization to begin with, and no office holding lioldeis nt his beck and call, for down l'ederal Jobs nnd who felt that reason compelled to go the limit, and sometimes bejond the limit In controlling county and district conventions. When tho people aro for a candid ite It Is better for tho politicians and office their holders to suffer them to have way first than last. won-deif- per pound cash or ed on above date. 123-4- c 13c per pound in Merchandise. E. BARNES St P. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. BRO. V I - If the Democratic Legislature liad done Its duty Kentucky would hao decided both the Republican and Demociatic con tests for Tresidcnt by primary elections where every voter could have had a fair opportunity to evprses his choice. This feature of the primary was purpose ly omitted, as we are reliably informed at the behest of certain Democrats and Republicans, who knew they could best carry out their schemes In the manipula tlon of conventions. not Ohio County Republicans should forget that on Saturday, Way 1th, at two o'clock p. m. they will bo CNpectcd to to meet In their various precincts members of tho County Executive elect D Committee. See to it that tho 'very best Resolutions on the Death of Mr. selected for this position. Bemen are Ford. sides, see that they are not selected by At a recent meeting of the Ohio coun who a mere handful of Republicans, ty Union, American Soclet of Equltv. may attend the meeting, but that every the following resolutions were unanimous Republican in the precinct attends and ly adopted: liave a voice In the selection. 1. Resolved, That the Ohio County met bers of the American Society of Equity Our people are looking forward with high have learned with profound soirow of hope to the prosperity which Is sure to death of their brother nad.co-laborand Ohio county be- the to Hartford Mr. D. Ford, which occurred since our discoveries cause of our recent oil regular meeting. Hartford Is the best rolnt In the Green last 2. Resolved, That In the death of Mr. River Country for manufacturing enter- union has lost ono of Its most prbtfM and pur citizens should not liesl. Ford this valuable and untiring workers, and one taie to offer liberal Inducement to peo- who has filled the position of County ple as an encouragement to mako finanars in a must actreasurer for many cial Investments hero. With an abun- ceptable manner, and w ho had also done dance of water and coal, river and rail- valuable woik as a member of tho fi road facilities for shipping, as well as nance committee, and as gradir for the a plentiful supply of timber, nil conduce Hartford Warehouse. In every position to make this point a splendid location In connection with this organization, for any kind of manufacturing establish- we found him to be true, honest, capament. ble, and generous in his dealings with his biethren and with his fellow man, office holders who supportAmong the be will in ami bis advice and counsel ed Mr. Taft during the late contest was one against wli'un grcajtly missed by our organisation. Kentucky, there his wo Aender to no oliargo of unfair methods could be 3. Resolved, That L. Hcavrin, who was bereaved family our sincere sinuathle brought. Hon. M a iopy of chairman of tho rpurtli Congressional In their great loss nnd that them, Hartford.ln these resolutions be furnished District and post master nt and published In tho county papers. lulling tho convention to order at GEORGE HICKEV, was required to pass upon tvv H. T. PORTER, contested delegations In tho preliminary C. M. BARNETT, organization, ono fiom Hioclcenrldgo and Committee. Hni din 'county, and fiom the other By order of the Ohio County Union, upon the both aides complimented him Ameilran Society of Equity. fairness of his lullng, which was In absolute accord with tho rulings of the Gasoline Mill for Sale. ivarty. However, In many patts of the One 10 Horse Power Gasoline Grist State, these fcdeial office holders, who In Mill, Crusher, Sheller and other attachcommitteemen aclcd happened to be ments. Apply to the most arbitrary manner possible, cv.'n G. It. CARSON, In such a way as to in many Instances 40U Cent! town, Ky. In their counties. Lit er Ellsa-bcthtow- n, moved fjom us the mother of our broth er, Rethel L. Duke Resolved, rhst: That In tho death of Mrs. S. R. Duke our bi other has lost comhis dealest earthly friend nnd forter, one alunvs willing to hare his Joys und sot tows, and a friend never to be replaced. Resolved, Second: That Hartford dmp No. .W2 Woodmen of the World etend its deepest sjmpathy to brother Duke and Ills family in this hour, and for Great his guidance point him to the Commander, who docs all things well. Resolved, Third: That a copy of these resolutions be furnished our brother; a this copy spread upon the records of Camp, and a copy furnished the local newspapers for publication. LESLIK BENNETT, OTTO C. MARTIN, J. NEY POSTER, Commltte Resolutions of Respect. rather lias re Wliciea. An All-Wi- nftcr tho rain. At such i now a condition etsts that Is csactly resumed grade opposite to that of a few yeais ago time, when the surface of tho lath r oi begins to ciumhlo and to pack Instead of men wanting road work quit" than roll up on tho wheels of tho tho Job of overseeing, It Is now an Impossible Job to get farmers to passing vehicles, tho drag men should do mi) thing nt nil with load woik, at bo kept busy, nnd oviry farmer living of tho ear when where road dragging Is dono or should least at n season bo done ought to bo allowed to work road work should be done. average fanner has always been out his poll tnv, nt least, by dragging Tho not be- tho loaels. A great many road offlcrs rather a poor road builder, may have lacked tho knowl- are now hiring farmers to drag certain cause ho edge of how to put up a good grade roads, allowing them jay by tho hour because or by tho mile, nnd in this way more or build a good culvvit, but good Is obtained from tho roid money ho has always made loul work the fanners farm than In any other, nnd own work on tho to his The farmer, if he has woikcd for any are able to do the work and do It building at the enct time when it needs to bo time consldcinble length of always put done. has or repairing grades, that work off until them should come The farmer ns a road builder cana "slack time" in faun worty We a' I not expect to be the success that n he because know such a tlmo never comes on the road builder should bo farm until after harvest or until well 'cannot afford to neglect his own work wh-- n culverts on Into the fall. It Is then a case of to build grades ami bo done, but as a before such work should hurry to get tho work done farm work calls tho help In. So ns Jon-- r road maintainor he certainly Is n roads and as success when armed with a raod drag. as farmers have built long 'as they ever will It has and will (Hereafter, the work of putting up th I culverts the and building the roads grades bo a case of doing good to when there is no good to be dono on should be kpt in special hands for the farm. Instead of being treated in that work, while the farmer will find a secondary manner, the people of this his place to fill In maintaining the day realize that the roads are Impor grades that have been built by a pertant enough to be treated with the sistent use of the road drag,for which of good men who work ho should, of course, be paid. first consideration put in all their time and best talent From Farmer and Stockman. to that work alone. Is builder The farmer as a road Notice. better situated than an ono else, At the request of Mr. S. J Tlchcnor to perform one part of road who has served us as President for the however, building, a part which Is most im- last four years, the Board of Directors portant after a grade has once been met In call session April 12. 1912, and nc. It Is cepted his resignation. put up. This Is road dragging. officers The draglng most fortunate that road were elected to fill the acancy were Just at a time when Dr. J. S. Smith, President, and Chas. should be done the farmer has the time In which to A. Smith, Vice President. the fields have do It, a little before Respectfully, dried enough so work in them can be McIIENRY DEPOSIT BANK, I I Addlngton on April 6, 1012. For more thnn liiiif a ecnturv she h.nl loved nml libored for her ilmrch, nnd In oin,r later ".cars, when slio won no able to tuko nn active part In the church and Sunday School, sin kept In toue'i impers with both through her church nnd tho Homo Department of the Sunday School. When quite )oung sho Join oldest ed the churuli at C!oluii, the and Methodist chiittli In Ohio county, upon her mnrrl.ige. In IvS, to Mr. Virgil 1. Addlngton, she eame to Hartford UiJded hero. Her and has ever slnc-home was overt- - a welcome abiding place for presiding elder, preacher or Uj nun. c Mcthodlvt customs weie and dear to her heart. Ill Slnco the death of her husband. 13, sho has inucli her home with only ilniifshtcr, Mrs. J. 11 Foglo, nnd to no greater eulogy tould be' pild univerone's memory thnn tho evlde-n- t sal esteem In which she was h'd by ml among all clasfca of our titlfrns her neighbors, nnd the loving e.irc and old-llm- wlili h dio rwclvcel from loved Undue oiks nml frli nils during her lust lllneis. Tml) It ean bo said of her life that It was full of fal tli and good uorle, whkh can never dl, for they will II va nu through nil eternity In the lives ot those whom site hits touched, nnd Imbued such a with her mi Godly walk. life. lr "There Is no death; What seems ro Is transition; This Ilfo of iimrtnl breath Is but a suburb of the life oly.nl an, Whoso portals wo call ilcnth." recomYour committee respectfully mends that this tribute to Uus memory of Mrs. Addlngtein bo spread upon the p rords of tho Sunday Suliexd nnd puband lished In the Christian Advoaitc, both county papers. MILS J. 11. PIltTI.n. MILS. JOHN T MOOItE. l M. HARNETT. hr Commltteo. i- - BBSER? Iistenlyouvflicnjov and iHM Vsdst brand NEW 7i a petticoat ffTV Ksv f i L By A. M. SMITH, Cashier. 4W2 w iiffl9HS& V, eeeeeeeeeceee PERUNA SAVED MY LIFE. NEW ADDITIONS TO HARTFORD. e e 25 "I Recommend It Wherever I Am." M. s rf '' ' . ' - .. iJiange the result us have no more County Mass Conventions. The method Is antluualted and The Farmer is a Road Builder. wholly Impracticable, The present Democratic Board of Equal 1ation has placed a raise of 15' per cent.y prop-crtupon town lots, lands and persoruU subject iuaty. to equalization In This Is the heaviest Ohio raise Years ago farmers used to stand around In each other's way waiting for a job working the roads. There also was some rivalry as to who sliould be the road overseer In each All that lias changed road district. and the chanse lias been eo great that a Terr bad case of ca tarrh of tbe stomach and constlpationt IssssssssK IssssssssssT and a compli , cation of all BBBBBPMHK ments that I -i BSEBK 'A havo had for several years. BBBBBBHlit.: I doctored ;SBBBBBn&SHBS ' IbbbbbbbibF. "..'''?JTV ? with throe doctors, who ilB98BBft , K- :.:: isjbbbbbWPV did mo not much good, ibbbbbbbM" dM so I quit doc toring. I linnt'Iitk Mrs.JlMrV1. Stabler, bottio of and commenced taking it. I found I wbb getting somo better, but thought I was not doing as well as I might. So I wrote Tho Poruna Medical Department, to see what they thought about me, Thoy gave me special directions and medical advice. To our astonishment I Improved and am a well woman and weigh as much aa I ever did in my life. I tell my friends that Parana saved uy life. recommend it wherever I .in, and when any of our folks are slcki . give them Per una with eucccet." e- - I have .slM been cared of ' - Mlllorsburg, Ind., writes: Mrs. John Stabler, e e e e e e e e e e e to 100 barrel per day oil wclh Harold Holbrook's automobile, on tho Dr. Bean's automobile way. Player piano at the Hartford JIu- sic Co. " Cleve Iler's Indian Runner Ducks, Berry Taylor's Indian Runner Ducks. bees Mr. Joe Robertson's new that work night and day. Verily, Hartford is booming. "st"""! sCt' uubi mull n nri Px-,;- i 1 eoeeeooeeeeeeoo To Address e e e e e e c e e Outdoor life gives health and happiness. Why kill yourself over a sewing machine when you can come to our store, and In a few moments, buy the garments all com- I I Farmers' Meeting. or WS. - BBBBBSHr'P :. j W , Rev. Tv II. Balmnln and Mr L. B Tlch-enwill speak at the following places on the dates named In tho Interest of A. 8. of E. organisation: Bells Run, April 23rd. Beech Valley, April Uth. Magan, April 25Ui. Washington Station, April 26th. Speaking will be at night on each date, beginning about 7.S0. "The Vulture's Claw' has an Interestln plot, familiar characters and a great moral. You will like It. It may be secured with the Hartford Republican ono year for only tl.W. Regular price of the 2tf. book is U0. plete that It would take you weeks to make yourself? We have all kinds of "Ilngere" from the plain, durable styles to the sheer, dainty outfits for the trousseaux. We have also shirtwaists "that fit" and have "style" created by experienced dev signers. When you buy our ready-ma- de I Pe-xu- na you buy leisure, service and style, for little more than the material would cost you. goods, Ii I Memory of Mrs Dorcas A y Addjiftoi. One by .one the old landmarks In Meth otVUm are passing away, and Hartford grimiest Church sustained one of Its losses in the cWacJt of Mrs. Dorcas A. CARSON INCORPORATED. 8 CO. Hartford, Kentucky. F L 1 . : SPRING URKbb Trnde nt Fairs' ntid get the Coupon for your friend. Piano 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 11 tit Mr. Peter Shown, routo 3, wnn a pcos. cnllir at this office Saturday. Mr J. T. Htnry, routo C, paid TJ10 a pleasant call Monday. C S3 We will pay ISc pir pound for good country hnnn, well trltntncd, ller's Grocery and Meat Market. Mrs Lnum Tato has accepted 11 tion as stcnogrnplur wllh Attorney C. Martin. Two more weekH and tlio 1'Jano posi- : It- - Con- test closes, liny at Kalis' and your friend". Wo will publish I help Bring your I'luio votes In next week. how tlio contestants nro running at Fairs'. When 0U fall to see Mrs. Sara Collins Smith for Millinery at Fairs', you fall Millinery. In Bcelns New Potatoes, Ntw Cnbbnge, New THEM1 better condition for showing you the new materials in LINEN, PIQUES, Plain andFancy LAWNS, neets and lthuhnib Just received at ller'g Grocery and Meat Market. Mesrs. IMgnr Curtis, Mont. Gndd, Mcllenry, were callers Tlio llcpuUlcnn office yesterday. Centt-rtown.an- at THE FAMOUS SHOE J1 Mtcn Paittrn No. 4585-W- SILKS and WOOLENS, various TRIMMINGS, etc., Sexcral of the young men of Hnrtford will rIvo a danco for tlio young ladles this evening at Dr. IleanVi skating rlnlc. Mr and Mrs. J. A. ltllliro, of Center, town, aro tlio proud parents of a baby boy that nnlvcd last Friday at their house. Attorney Sum A Andcrson.prcsldont of tho United States Credit Co., of Louisville, atttnded couit In Hartford this eck. Hon. G. It. Llkois, of Frankfort, assistant State Auditor, was among the Mtlng attorneys attending clicult court this wcclt. Messrs. Marlon Porter and W. T.Wood ward aro encased In building n two story rtifddincu nt Lynn City, which is located on the 31. II. and Yi. railroad. including all that's late. Millinery Department Skirt "Queen Quality" satisfactorily solves the shoe problem for that large class of women, who are each season not quite sure of what they want or what's most becoming to their foot in the new styles. Once you have entered our store, you will realize what we mean by "Queen Quality" shoes anticipating your wants. You're sure to find here at least one model to your taste, and it will look better, fit better and wear better than any other make of woman's shoe. . in this department but are adding new things every day. When shopping for late Headgear, don't fail to consult Mrs. Sara Collins Smith. She will be glad to see you and advise you ladies-dress ilit No. 4587 prtce. is cent, each . we nave oeen rusnea E. P. Barnes lb Bro. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. in any way. , , Saturday for s.ilo catfish, red snapper, I will have frtwh-caus- ht fish mullets so be sure to Uo on hand. ller's Grpcory and 31eat 3lnrket Remember it Pays to Trade with a House that Saves You Money. ft Hardware Mrs. John W. Taylor, of Lejtchfleld, and see for Ky., Is visiting Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Tay3tf, X yourself. lor, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs Bud Hoaglnnd, of the If you would enjoy a dish of pure, rich Clear Run nelKhlJorhood, nro tho proud Ico Cream made from whole Cream, try parents of a boy welglUng eleven pounds New Curtain Swiss at Fairs'. that arrived Monday. Dr. A. n. Riley OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. See Mrs. So.ru Collins Smith at Fairs' attending physician. Tho new arrival Mr. W. M. Flener, or Beaver Dam, for your spring Hat. FRIDAY, APRIL 13. gave Tho Republican has been named William Dudley. a pleasant call Irvlngton Flour best made for Kilo by Attorney E. Si. Woodward has return yesterday afternoon. 33tf W. II. Moore & Son. ADLER-I-Ked from Dawson Springs, Ky., where 'e the new German RemM. H. & E. Railroad Time Table Mr. n. W. York, route 1, paid The Re- accompanied Mra Woodward and her edy for appendicitis, or any stomach at Hartford, Ky. publican a call, Wednesday. will trouble, on salo at sisUr, Miss Orrel Fielden, who L.UN, time card effective Monday WANTED Two girls to help with spend several days at that jnJce for OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. Auk. 2it. the benefit of Mrs. Woodward's Jieatlli cooking and housework, Mrs. Joannah Amerlnc, of Richmond, Factory Representative for No. 112 North Bound duo 7:10 a. m. DR. L. B. BEAN, Hartford, Ky tf Don't fall to see Cleve ller's Poultry Ky., Is in Hartford vhsltlng her daughter dally except Sunday. Saturday. Indian Runner Ducks Mrs. Wallace Riley, who has been sick Mrs. French yickcrw, of Owenshoro, window No. llll North Bound due 3:40 p. m. improving was hero last week to attend the uner. and Frying Chickens. Not for sale, but for some time, but Is now daily except Sunday. wo have the coops and fountains for salt nicely. No. US South Bound due 8:45 a. m a! of Mrs. T. J Smith. home. so you can have them at your dail? except Suodey. Mr. A. R Plunrmer, manager of the Will pay 16c per dozen this week Prof. Russell Cooper, of the FordsvIUe for . 1:46 p m. Centertawn Mercantile. Co., was a caller No. 113 South Bound High school, lias acoejited a position as eggs. except- - Sunday. daily at the Republican oftloo Thursday. assistant principal tn the Lebanon, Ky., returned High School, and will teach at Judge R. R Wedding haa H. E. MI6CHKE Acrt that Read the special offer concerning the where he attended place next year. from Louisville. It. Prospects are stiil exceptionally good new book, "The, Vulture's: Claw,' on B the Republican State Convention. for a fine well, and if this well comes page of tills Issue.! 39tf, another New Hosiery at Falrf, When you contemplate buying hardware up fore coming home he spent a few days to expectations It will be only a few Mr. Emory Schwjetcr spit a few days with his sons, Messrs. C, C. Weddjng farming Implements ot any Kind, reShop. Boat forget Rltay's Barbar more weeks until there will be several with his family herd lost 'week. He now and R. R. Wedding, Jr., of Indianapolis member I can save you money. "" others drilled. week Now Millinery at Fairs' every lias his Floating Studio anchored nt Ind. 8. L. KING, Call and see Mrs. Smith. Sidney Landon, the lecturer nad enter-talne- r, Rockport, Ky.. Ky. 29tf Hartford, gave a most splendid .entertain In our Issue of last week we omitted Mr. Ira Plrtla paid T.ho Republican Quick sales and small profits Is my Mr. James Hancock, who' is 'In charge ment at the opera house last Friday was to say that Mrs. Alney Ttchnor a pleasant rail, Tuesday. mottoi Call and be convinced. alFo one of tho out of town popple. of the drilling ot the oil well on the evening under the auspices of .the Hart' S, s. . Soe Fairs' Ladles' and Children's I. KING, ! who attended the funeral of Mrs. D. A. Carter farm for 'the West Kentucky OH ford College Lyceum Course. It w.is Hartford, Ky. None to compare with them 3tf Addtngton, Mrs. Tlchenor regarded Mrf. Co, and Mr. Mayworth Barnard, city, the general expression ot the audience caU Tuesday ex that this was the best number given in was Miss Laura Tall, of Centertown, Mrs. Minerva Robertson, of Rockport, Addlngton & a mother to her and was paid the Republican a tern oen. LIUie Burton lat has been visiting Mrs. Joslo Park and at her bedside when the end came. the guest of Miss the entire course, and Mr. Landon's porfamous men, Friday, night. family and Dr. J. B. Tappan and famiMr. T. R. Barnard and little daugh trayal ot the characters of John Fox, Jr., the famous Kentucky such as Mark Twain, Bill Nye, Edgar Culti- ly for a few days. When you need a UIm: Harrow, writer and author of "Little Shepherd of ter, Miss Ethel, returned homo Wedne' Allen Poe, the German musician and otli wheio morning from Owensboro, vator, Corn Prill or IMow all kinds Boforo you buy Paint tills t spring get Kingdom Come" and "The Trail of the day ers was greatly applauded. 'Range Cook Stove or Now Perfection "our below" wholesale prices on paint. Lonesome Pine" has written a new sto- Mr Barnard hud the tonsils ot tho lit stood the operaOU Stove call on S. L. King, Haitford, Wo are not going do handle pa,tnt after ry, "The Heart of the Hills," and ap- tle girl removed. She ' 39tf. and be supplied at a bargain. pears In serial form in April Scrlbner's tion splendidly. this season. 1 , MO !H, I CAN'T Magazine. Send your subscription for cook OHIO county; druo CO. WHITE GIRL WANTED-T- o GET APPZKDI0ITII Hartford Tent of Maccabees gave an Scrlbner's to J. Ney Foster Magazlno be and do general housework. Must other one of their famous suppers at When In need of anything usually kept Agency, Hartford, Ky. 37 tf . steady and reliable. Good home In Ow- Fraternity Hull last night for tho memhardware store, rememevery In an ensboro, Ky., and good wage keeper bers of .that lodge. Before the Buppar Mr. L. P. Foreman, record can save you money on each and ber I week. Call or writo The Hartford R for Hartford Tent of Maccabees, receiv- two candidates were Initiated into the every purchase. S. L. KING, publican. , ed a letter the first oX tills week from order. Ky. 38tf Hartford, ' supreme record keeper of L. E. Slaler, "Tho Vulture's Claw" Is full of ChrisMr. Harry O'Bannon, who has been EGGS FOR SALE Single Comb Buff this order, enclosing a cluck for Sl.OOO tianity, complications comedy, romance Orpington Chickens, and Indian' Runner drawn in favor pf Mrs Bom D. Pirtl;, visiting his family here for several day, and tragedy and written by Rev. C. F. Orpington eggs 75 cents per 5. tho mother of Mr. W1J1 Plrtle, iwlio died left yesteriday afternoon for Louisville, re- - j Du.cks. "Wlmberty, who held tho Mothodist where, lie will look after business matters Buck eggs 75 cents per 13. Many who have read "Tho Vulture's a few days ago. Mr. Plrtlo had not bee I for u Vvol In Hartford recently. It U a won- -, few days. Ills son, Ray, accompan MRS. C. A. WILSON, I I Bat All I Want to Now. No Mora Claw" pronounce It to be one ot a member of this order nery long, and led Mm. the derful book and we are offering It anil R. F, D. No. 1, Oiaton, Ky. Om on tho Stomach or Sour Stomach. greatest of the later hooks. It Is filled, the Maccabees ore to be complimented for $U 3tC one The Republican for No Mora Htavy Fooling After with genius and holds the reader's atupon the Immediate payment of (waMr. Andrew Glenn returned yesterday fiend your orders before books are exhaust Moala or Constipation. You will like "The Vulture's Claw" bv rrants to the beneficiaries. had morning from Paducoh, where he you've tried without tention from the first in Intense, thrillNo matter what .id. Rev. C. F. Wlmberly, because the plot been summoned as a witness lp several getting relief JUST TRY simple buck- ing Interest with not a dull page. Tho thorn hark, glycerins, etc, as compounded plot the The April term of Ohio Circuit Court Individual parts Is a strong one; it, Is taken front is strikingly developed amidst the Jt take hundreds of suits wlmrcln citizens had sued alleged in ADLER-I-KA- I You will be surprised of life we see daily around us, but .the au- convened here Monday wiUi Judge Birk-hea- d ulglvt riders and dated back to 1909, at at the QUICK results and you will be rare beauty of the Kentucky hills. The .to make a modern telephone, each guarded against appendicitis. The VERY ft' presiding The following gjentjeimen chosen and used with wonderwhich Is of such importance as to cause thor has which time Mr. Glenn was a membsr FIRST DOSE will help you and a short Hartford Republican one full year and will make treatment with ADLER-I-KInstrument to bocome useless ful ability the character with which 'all were empaneled as petty jurors for tills ot the local company ot mllltla. you feel better than you have for years. "Tho Vulture's Claw" aU for fl.CO. tf. the whole of us are fajnlltar. So realistic are tils term: J. q. Shultx, Peter Shown, H. C. broThis new German appendicitis remedy it any one Is defective or become antlieptlclxes bowels the stomach word pictures, that every reader of the Crowder, James Humble, James N. Br- - It wjll be only a day or so until the and draws off all Impurities. and SINOLE A ken in service, By using Cracraft-Lole- h sour for shooting the oil welt DO8E relieves gas on the stomach, heavy story can and does select soma from rytnan, SJieJoy Rock, S. Neighbors, T. 'Telephones you can rest assured that stomach, constipation, nausea or with the A. Fuqua. J. II. 'Oof f, W. H. French.W. of the West Kentucky oil Co., on the feeling after eating almost AT ONCE. S. C. B. Legborns, down has been his community to coincide Barred P. Rocks. the danger ot a break A short treatment often cure an ordinary the characters of the book. "The Vulture's A. Murphy, Grant Mldklff, Carl M. Tay Carter farm near Hartford will arrive, case of appendicitis. Reduced to a minimum. This is ltlrd rerttully nlwUd for bnty aad qusllty sending lor, J. B. Brown, Joe Norris, O. R- - and then the well will be "shot." (The sold for $1.50, but by law' ; telephone for your heavily loaded lln. Sold In Hartford only by the OHIO. Tkt "brod to lay" klsd. Ugkora tiw U pr l.M; Hoik St pr 91X0. Order now, only tlGO. to the Hartford Republican you Tlnslcy,--! J. A. Johnson, J A. Hock'fr1. order was placed several days ago, but atssrsd. No fetter telephone, made. Transmlsslo, ajad.lho 'newspaper for one Albert Chirm, Ed Curti. Lurther Ren- on'tocount of high water, It. was impos. COUNTY DRUG COMPANY, Incorpor. U, I. BABNARP, information call on get the book 'unexcelled. For full U K, Ho.J, IsuwDiBl.K der and Vi c. Gary. year. Sttl lbl' to drive across the country with ated. 3W A. E. Pats, Hartford, Ky. In J5SteS5b It ft Wednesday California, for Los Angeles, where ho has been called on lesal busiseveral ness. Ho CNpecta to be guno days. Col. C. 31. Harnett Dr. A. B. Riley Is confined to bed with a slight attack of m.Varla PlcWcs. 33tf his Just received another ban el of Jumbo W. H. MOOKE& SON. You would be surprised to seo useful articles can bo hud In tho what 10c de- partment of S. L. Store. Hartford. Step King's II Will Paw You Buy to See id My Hartford Republican. PIA HARTFORD MUSIC COMPANY I i HIGH GRADE PIANOS Player Organs. Pianos and o HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY, i i SPRING MILLINERY Now on display You are invited to inspect our 'II Stock. B Center and Court Street. i 1 yr nttro-gjyccrl- 1 ' AAl .. U-.-- a. . - TAKERS GET MILLIONS Every Year Declares Post master General. "Promoters' " Schemes Cover Every Possible Phase Of Industry. TVashlncton. D. C. April S.rostmatcr the liane of fnlte General Hitchcock, mining promoters nnd other quick artist, estimates that the people or tills country, during the past ten years, JIO.OCO.CV), robbed of luwe been patent through fakes of every kind, estate and mlnliiff. medicine?, Tho Postmaster reclamation projects. estimates that the American General people are the most credulous people on Mr the face of the earth. "Whllo refrains from putting his Hitchcock thoughts Into words, ho nevertheless comes to tho conclusion that tho American people will take n chance at anything. As a result of a year's crusade against Hartford Drugist Deserves Praise schemes, who have deserves the The Ohio County Drug Co been using the United States malls In praise from Hartford reople for Intro nefarious ducing hero the simple buckthorn bark of their tho consumatlon says that n and glycerine mUtiire, known ns Mr. Hitchcock schemes. remedy distinct typo of criminal has been develThis simple German says, first became famous by curing appendicitis oped. During the last year, he the American public has been swindled and It has now been discovered th.it A The schemes SINGLE DOSE lelleves sour stomach, out of nearly ?".U,I".0"0. constipation used by tho "promoters," cover every gas on the stomach and possible phase of Industry and business INSTANTLY. It Is the only remedy life, from the gale of a single fake article which never falls. Ol. of a medical character to a prodigious "My little son had a veiy severe cold. mining scheme, well figured out on paper I was recommended to try Chamberlain's and eMstlng only In the mind of the Cough Remedy, and before a small bottle promoter. was finished he vas as well ns ever," BIG COMMERCIAL HKLP. writes Mrs. II. Silks, 2) Dowllng Stie-'t- . The crusade conducted by Mr. HitchSydney, Australia. This remedy is for cock against these fakers lias I been a grea m salo by all dealers. commercial help to the country. In one case, a single fraud operator or combinaEASTVIEW. tions of operators manipulating railroads , Healt Is very good In this community bills of lading and acting ns agents for present. Insurance companies were able to obtain at Little Gladys Mayflejd, who has been foreign cotton buyers $2,;w,i0 from sick Is up again. and at tho same time destroyed tho credit Sunday school was reorganized at Mt. realizand confidence In the mediums of Carmel Sunday. There was not a very ing upon the offering of cotton In the large crowd present on account of Easter market This was done through bogus entertainments and bad roads. bills of lading sent through the medium Mr. and Mrs. Autry Patton and little of the United States malls. son, Herbert, spent Sunday afternoon These wealthy fraud artists, Mr. with Sir. nnd Mrs. Robert Patton. Hitchcock says, Invest their money In Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stewart and little cnterptlhes legitimate and many of son, E'Hs Franklin, were the guests of promoters them consequently become Mr. and Mrs. Armet Mayfleld Sunday. owners of manufacturing of banks, Mr. and Mrs. Bunk Dawson and daugh plants and ohetr wealthy and Influential ter, Miss Cliffle, spcrjt tho day with organizations. Because of their posiMr. and Mrs. James Stewart, Sunday. tion and Jilgh station In life, it Is a Mrs. James Stewart and little daughter them, as difficult matter to convict Flossie, and Mrs. John King, spent the their resources appear to.be unlimited . day with Mrs. Robert Patton Monday. PROMOTERS ARRESTED. Farmers are very busy with their work "However,'' the Postmaster continues, "during the past year more than n. regi- since the protty weather has opened. jiave been ment of these promoters taken into custody by the United States Government, their business disrupted For Infants and Children. and nearly iW of them convicted withon charges of fraud. Tin Kind You Havi Always Bought in six months Among this number are some eight or ten millionaires who are serving terms Bears the penitenin Federal Signature of of imprisonment Bet-ric- h ril of the promoter or had been the 'sucker' at the end of the bait." Mr. Hitchcock gives tho public pro's a groat dtal of credit In running tho "fakers'' to earth. The publicity of tho methods employed by tho riirqwd schom-or- ., ho says, lias opened the eye.s of tho American people to such an ovtcnt that Departthe office is of tho Postofflce ment report that hundreds of the promoters have voluntarily closed their places of business and departed for palces unknown. gang Mabry By stamping out tho during tho past year, the otnl officers felt that one of the most gigantic and best organized organizations of swindlers tip. This band of has been broken thieves and gamblers mado a buslnos of organizing and promoting fako horse boxing wrestling, and other races, athletic tournaments nil over the country. It Is believed that they got no less than public $.VW(VO American from the through their operations during the past few years have and fakers Medlcnl schemes reported to have obtained somewhere JJ.OuO.Oto. In the neighborhood of Land dealers reclamation projects, fruit farms, onion farms and numerous other project, such ns strawberry farms In Porto Rico, and like schemes are estimated to have a revenue of from $3.,- OXiO.OOO to fSO.OtHOflO to the promoters. a. n took old r.r.d before her time became cf those irrctfulirities which are ctientialty feminine. Circuit Court T. F. Rlrkhead, Judge; Starting from early womanhood, she ufirs from frequently recurring derangements Ben D. Rlngo, Attorney; W. I. Mldklff, (die drowi n' 'bat mellow that upset her womanly health. If Iie be beautiful Jailer; E. a. Barrass, Clerk; F. L. Fe e&e without wrinkles and cronicet about the ejes or the blue circles underneath. lix, Master Commlsloner; It. T, Collins, from womanly It is Invariably the rulo that such women suffer lutle, cr not at all, II. lllack, Sher e story of pain Trustee Jury Fund; T. ,8. O. Kcown an leave In ;,o f.ics the derangements which tap tho health and special", i in t'10 diseases of women, found iff, Hartford. Deputies and suffering. Dr.U.V. Picrcc,the famous Lon Ulack. Court convene! first Mona prescription In his ccrly practice that oot:.:u tho uranism peculiar to woman continues three machinery, as it were, cf t'le hu::.i.t &) ton and helped the woman day In February and April, two weeks hood oiled the J .d J crlace. This remedy became weeks; third Monday In to pass those painful periods that scar-iiri- d Ut, i Jcrcu l 1 avoriie Prescription, tnnt lias second Monday In June, three weeks; the third Monday in October two weeks. benefited thousands ci w . t.ci and saved them from misery County Court. R. II. Wedding, Judge; and suffering at different periods in life. Mrs. IIarkfxY E. I'tnncP, e' 2 rirlaht Stroct, Sarnln. Ont., writes ! W. 8. Tlnsley, Clerk, "C. E. Smith, At"I am row a well v oronn utter t.i:f?rinir for three iari and doctorinx torney, Hartford, Court convenes first with several dllTcrc it d. etors, each one snylnT It was Nm;thlnf differMonday In each month. ent, and tho lat mo, after putting mo throuith n thorough examination, Quarterly Quarterly Court Ueglns on ald I was suffering from n growth, vjtileli. In time, would retult In il years If not would ret livu moro than two cancer, nnd fold fourUi Monday In February, May, discouraged but would not the upon riphtawar. 1 became ! eonsent to tho operation ni I wns too weak find too much afraid, tut at August and November. Court of Claims Convenes first Tueslait. through tho fci'Ucecf a friend. I tried Ilr. l'ierca's medicines, nnd after uing two bo 'les of tho Tnvorlto Prescription' I Immediately day In January and first Tucsduy in klso two Imxci of "Heallnir Suppositories' anil October. feit n charge. right boxes cf 'Lut Ion Tablets,' end can safely pralro tho name of Dr. S. Moxfiey, Other County Offlccrr-- C. Pierce's medicines m all v ho suiter from any femalo rlifcase, for theso Fordsville, Ky., H. F. D. medicines are nil the' nra claimed to be, and 1 hope will help others aa Surveor, No. 2; llernurd Felix .Asstssor, Hartthey havo helped roc. Mas. Pirr.CE. ford. Ky.. it. F. D. No. it: Jlmrv Leuch. Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. li. wiey, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. Mrs. J. A. Davis, spent today with Mrs. Sunnydale, went to Louisville last Tuesday to purchase a new stock of goods D. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday Harriet S. Wallace. after 3rd Monday in March, Tucsduy uf- There will be Sunday School at this for their store. ler .ira .uomiay in June, Tuesdvv after y place next Sunday at 2:S0 p. ml Ever-bodMr. Monroe Lee and son Jesse, of Tay- 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday 3rd Monday In December. lor Mines, visited Mr, Lee's sister, Mr. come. U. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wedneday after -- lummy weuiiesuuy Mrs. Martha Lench spent Sunday night J. A. Hoops, of near Sunnydale, from aiu Monday 111 .iiurcn, Wednesduy niter 3rd In June, after 3rd Monday In September, Wednesduy with her daughter Mrs. II. Torter and Saturday until Monday after 3rd Monday In December. family, of Hickory. J.olin. il' Miles, Itockport, Friday after 3rd Mondny in March, Friday after Mr. Chester Leach, nnd Rev. J. II. 3rd Monduy In June, Friday 3rd will Monday In September, Friday after 3rd havo exchanged farms, and FOR FLETCHER'S Monday In December. move tomorrow y.' Jackson, Centertown, Saturday 3rd after V Monday In .March. Saturday nf Mr. Ike Cooper, and Mr. Jim Dutl r ter 3rd Mondiiv In .Inn.-- Kmnnlav ri..r u havo their telephone poles up ready 3rd Monday in September. Saturday utter Jrd Monday in December. tli Join the Raid Knob Company, of Itenfrow, Tuscdny after Look on the First Page. .,.C" Farmers' Mutual Telephone Company. :!!! MmI.ay '." 3,,.urcl,v TuI'0- - after S.!?nHuy ."' 'Mu'' Tuesduy uftcr 3rd You will find a yellow slip. It has u Miss Mattlo Porter, of Hickory is visitAugust, Tuesduy after 2nd ing her Mrs. printed on It your name, and a date Mondny In November. Mr. and nffi1,.0"!'.8 UUlier. Olaton, Wednesday after It. The dato shows tho time Len Leach, nt this writing. Muuli. . nesday second Monday In your subscription expires. If the JN vthiesdiiy after Ind Monday In May Mr. Henry Taylor, Is on tho sick Hit when after 3rd Monduy In ednesday after Zntl Monduy In Not"m. your dato Is prior to February, 1D12, at this writing we are sorry to write. and broth subscription to tho paper has expired. Uttlo Miss Winona Taylor Uira,1Jt ''."""'l, FordsUllo. Tuesday in March, Thursday "ftVr cr, Master Comma, spent Tuesday night If you find such Is the case, please give r,"! ,;Mon,ll,1 'n May, Thurs.iay ufler the matter your very prompt attention. 2r,1', slIIOI"1,ay " Aue"t. Thursday af r at their aunts, Mrs Altha Smith. Monduy in November. Mr. E. P. Sandofur mado a flying trip Either come to THE REPUUL1CAN I,nt,on "n'l'h, Friday nfter Ind it . nnd rny a year In advance, or If to 0venboro last week on business. "-.r Mrs. Nancy Taylor, of Hickory, Is no jou are not coming to town soon, send inv i "ufiuui, ulti-nd Men "J us a check. "We must have all our sub- - day In November. better at this writing. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. scrlptlons paid up promptly In advance C. M. Crowe, JudHo; John You will looli a good while before you nnil It you nrc behind we know that City Attorne); J. l: Steven. 11. Wilson. find a better medicine for coughs nn you simply overlooked tho matter. Court cum una scioud Monday Marshal, In month. colds than Chambenlnln's Cough Remedy It not only gives relief It cures. Tiy ,9ol"."s' CIcrk-- ' s- - K- - Co. Treus' ni-- J" v,1,L,ur8T T. R. llur- It when you have a cough or cold, and nard i o you are certain to ha pleaded with the c MAN GAINS 416 POUNDS prompt cure which It will effect. For r" U' U- m IN THREE WEEKS, u F. Loue?'' sale by all dealers. " "on ami II tell-talwell-know- n 1 1 crcr-ntehoM-lcs1 LOOKS A WOMAN'S GOOD pain. Many woman Depend on her general health freedom Irotn Directory County Ofeio yt)irji:uwiL: Otto C. Martin Attorney A i at Law HAllTFOIlD, KY. Will practice bis profuealon In this and adjoining counties. Commercial anil Criminal Prncticu a Specialty. Barnes Mipisro. W. lwirUufi-lii'.j) & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD,' KY. y Smith C. K. Jorm-- a rl 11. IJ.iniB and Smith announce that Uie-- havo fcr Uio tiueml prac- tice of law, exc ipt criminal and illvor cos., Mr. Smith buliig Cotm'y Attor-r.- y Is piwien.tod from jiractilcliis such cease. Mr. Iinrne wail Rwilvtuuaiiy OfXIon accojit bucIi jirocttoa in Hartford Koimbllctui building, llnrt- ford, Ivi. atr Rm-br- Chllaren Cry Attorney at Law, HARTFOIID, - KY. Will practice his profession In Ohla and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty. Office In the Her-ai- d building. FRANK L.FELIX, CASTORI A grand-paren- t, -- Attorney YANCYL.MOSLEY. at Law IH HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In all tha Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Also Notary Public Office over First National Rank. ''ljy -- of-fl- ;.,":".;:." t " KILL thc COUCH I AND CURE the LUNC8 oooaoooooosooon ,f r.v.tteHUp.iiiooI''-nri, 0. WITH Dr. King's trY A, I SUNNYDALE. Mr. Olate Dalze and family, of Taylor Mines, after visiting relatives near Sunnydale for about a week, returned home last Tuesday. Miss Mabel Raines, of Render, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Hen Davis.of near Sunnydale, this week. iThe Sunday school at Marvin's Chapol was organized last Sunday with Mr. Vivian Ferguson as Superlntendent,and Miss Delta Willis as Secretary. air. and Mrs. A. M. Wcatherford, of e Iloston, April 10. Tho abnormal weight pounds of SJO attained by Abraham Sodekson caused his n death from fatty of the heart. He was IK years oi'.d. Three weeks ugo, when taken 111, Sodekson weighed 411 Is pounds. During his Illness It weight estimated that ho gained at the rate of twenty pounds a day. y ilegen-crntlo- RELIGIOUS SERVICES. jAWD ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES, M. E. Church ces .,., monrinjr QTJARANTEEO SATISFACTION?! -- ...i and evenlnir v..rv day in each momh.SunSay OK MONEY REFUNDED. '"eeiinic every day evening. Rev. T. V. Joiner VaVtor Uaptlst Church-Servi- ce, every Sunday 3m ni"';mnnI,. e.vcnl"B- ndny School ",eet,nK nethiV. Wed- . ev-aSJfil":?, V,hu.rc!lrsc" ' 'ourti. " " ",,u ' P. "! cJi.VT i o P" m- - KWer w- - U' Wliulit pastor. South-Servi- New Discovery PRICE . ... Oouchs OLDS R Ffi-- ftrt Trial Battle Free 'u,r School: "V 7 J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HART OID, Ohio County Sunday Scool J'iBV'r'":!"' "' Sunday re. aa p. :. In eeeeeeeeeeeeeo JAMES & CO., CASTOR I A First Class Liveryman Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, (Z&f. fyfes&u tiaries. "Heretofore," Mr. Hitch continued As a Counter Irritant. e cock, "it has been the policy of the Doctor, Is modern medical science Department to utilize what Is known as the fraud order, dlrectign the really making any advance In treatpostmasters to lefuse to dellvcrmall ad- ing rheumatism J" "i'es; it has discovered what is concerns dressed to these illegitimate The order must be applicable to some believed to be an absolute specific." "what's the name of it?" Impedal organization or individual "Acetylmethlenedlsallcyllc acid." mediately upon the issuance of the order "What?" thj the enterprising fcchemer recognizes "I won't say It again; I'll write It." bamo scheme under a new name, usf, "How do you take It?" with a slight change, practically tin "I don't suppose you take it at all. tame literature, retains the old mailing learning to pronounce You practice list, and in many cases is doing business It, and that makes you forget your old stand. at the rheumatism." DRIVEN OUT OP BUSINESS. de"The crusade conduited by the partment against tho operatois has been FOR FLETCHER'S vigorously purMitd and has resulted In scattering a large number of the smaller operators, w ho usually become frightened BALD KNOB. at the attitude of the Postofflce Depait-men- t. These smaller people liae been Sahatli school begun at this place last driven out of business entirely. Sunday with Mr H. W. Taylor, "Thews piomoters can hardly bo estimated. Some two thousand complaints Mr. nnd Mis. Ferryman Embry, Mr. have been received at the Postofflce and Mrs. Nuten Havens, of Hartford, Department, but tho limited corps of and Mis Dora Leach, spent Sunday at officers who are engaged In ferreting out Mr. J. II. Tornnce's. .Miss Mailo Smith who has been vUlt- these criminals enables tho department to reach only forao five hundred of them lng re!ath,es at Mt, Pleotant, returned per annum. It may he estimated with- homo today. in reason that these frauds esceed Mr. Kllsha Payton, is not quite to well annually enormous as he wag when wo wrote about him This amount of money Is taken from that last. Wo hope he will gut better ns clots of people vho can ill afford to Jose spring puts on her glorious garments and It; ixople who work on a salary basis, makes everything beautiful. widows, orphans, school teachers, minMrs J. I. Torrence and little daughter persons Cora, Mrs. Harriet S. Wallace and Utile isters and, In many Instances, connected with the army, enjoying daughter Ruth Fidelia, and Connie and positions of life tenure. Mae Sandcfur, spent the Sth with Mrs. PEW COMPLAINTS MADE. Altha Smith. "One of the most peculiar features of Mr. J. R. Jarnagln, and little, son, of the fraud business Is the disinclination McIIenry, visited relative and friends on the part of the public ito make com- in this neighborhood this week' plaints. The average person would Farmers are very busy preparing their of the ground for cultivation. rather forget the Investment jnom-than to have his neighbor know Mrs. Nellie Taylor and children Marie, tliflt he had been caught In the meshes Lee mid Arthur, of Taylor Mine, and Po"t-offlc- WChsmTInnt.'!Joi,n T; A,oore "'Bhl'tlest; Secretary. 'V. Hartford Chapter No. U, O. meets second and fourth Monday E. S. r. cven-imMrs. S. A. Anderson, W. M. Mlbs Lizzie Miller Secretary. pJ',,USh I;lver. LodKe No- . Knights of miets every Tuesduy night. 3' Nvy l0Sler.K. ' ot'A. &"s. ' Hartford' Tent No. M, K. O. T. M. UUr1 Thursday EchtV 7ir3rMnm, an Commander; L. I'. oreman. Record Keeper. Sunshine Hive No. . L. O TM meets every first and third Friday nlsh't in each month. Mrs. Attye arlffln.Ljdy SSSSST Kerpe"- - LUU SECRET SOaETIE8. Hartford Lodge No. C75. K. ft A. M meets rirst and third Monday each month. Owen Hunter. W. nlVht in SPECIALTY. Z P. Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. M meets every third Saturday night in OTTO C. UAItTlX V. All Matters Given Prompt Attention. PENSION AFFIDAVITS S. P.MrKENNKV Martin & McKeiuey Hartford, Ky. General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK. p1'fn. and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. -- e ' SPECIAL t Campaign Offer t The Louisville Daily Evening Post From now until Nov. 10, 1912. AND Ssht" hlwl,Mwl1 "n1 fourth Saturdu; "er Thon,,i.UV,?. ' Co"',1,I Commaii-WallaVWllliains; Ohio Tribe No. l&. Imp. Order Red ,,ecoD " fourth Wednei-da- y each month. Ellis Fos- ltm- A I,ate' Records? of Hartford Camp, W. O. W. No. JO ?!? a Clerk, W. C. Preston Morton Post No. 4. Q befSro tlhidSp,J?r ,m"tl'.' Saturday A. n fo?dXxi.M.AIo?lEy " ch Commander; J. M. Rogeri, Electric tm Bitters Succeed whtn everything else faOc In nervotu prostration and fetnato weakneiaea they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. R to the best medicine ever Ml over a druggist's counter. a. s. of r. National Officers: d.SanarpeoSsf,Tnd?SU"r- -a Chllaren Cry CASTORI A THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Super-tnte-nde- $l.SO. get all of the Presidential Campaign and of Ohio county newB for extremely low price. will be held in June Both National Conventions and there remains but two months for the drawing of battle lines, during that time there will be intense interest in the various movements made towards the selection of PresiYou One full year for county Vice ' S. li. itobrtKnn Inf BnM ........... oec- mum, r..- Treas. O. P. Ware... MA...... n.. '" D""e Organizer. C. Allen, Henry county, and Lat-tl- e Graves. Allen mnntv a1L..,. TT.- -' " organizers. " "- iloard of Directors. Dm li'ni.n. tv... county: C. M. Darnett. Ohlo'coun- fen u"fV. " ""cen toutity; it. E. Httrdln county, and J. F. Doss, Muhlenberg county. Ttni-m- " t' tate Kum"' -S- Officers: n0,rLa.V' C.arro" count' v,.. " r'n. H FKCIAL OFFKR: W A trill M MtlUIU X BsdaMi.evutomer. will V .mttjfooourprmneitf W MiGKMrstHMatjccini ODABUiiAe to-to- yi r SEEDS Mentha H I 1 1 U si?.v'.nB" VriB' Beaver Henry Pirtle. See. Hartford. Dam.Ky. Ky. D. Ford. Treas., Hartford, ky. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach. Chairman, Hartford.Ky. L L. B. Tichenor, Hartford, R. F. D. No. C. J. E. C. Hartford. Reynolds. Ky. J, M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. 4. B. L. Alford. White Run. Ky. B. Richard Plumer, Taylor Mtnes.Kjr. . J. L. Brown, Itockport. Ky. Ohio County Officers: I tewmtrjisaife1'' 1I I..' Wrttt Te pjSasb. Mra Pftr. I SEND 10 CENTS "IT Sef,?to?.f ttrM'ttk VIA bT?I J dential candidates. When sending in your subscriptions state whether you are new or old subscriber. .SEND ALL ORDERS TO 7 V ft09A-Areejoia- r KZlSr.OP' 7e SXsrTHx, XUNTFUL wons' 1 N. - The Hartford Circulation Dept. Republican Hartford, Ky. srarssssi r Yks)r8efsmess7TA fcnttamsijo 1 -- klkr7jB "SjLA k?'' mSSASf Sr ?!&Ytort0L c& jBmff"4G"fcw SsitJjTst This Fine Young Harness Stallion, In Pennsylvania. ) H f wm, mm WEBSTER mm 1 "" York Tho followlnir from tho Now Press on Saturday will ho Interentlmr Presto those watching tho ltcpuljllcan idential raco It gives omo facts conTho Kind You Hnvo Always Bought, nnd which lias been cerning Mr. Tuft's race, nnd cutis by years, lins borno tho Blgnntitro of In umo for over gets mylng that "If Col. ltoosmvott mid has been mado under liis per- away with a majority of tho lYnnsyjlvnn so,m supervision slnro Its Infancy. delogatc", right then nml ther will b la tlcolgatec, right then and thero will All Counterfeits, Imt(ntloiisniidJiist-asood"nr- o but bo the lastt expiring- gasp of the candl-ilno- y Experiments that trlllo with nndcnilan?cr tho health of of Mr. Taft." liil'uuts and Children Experience, against Experiment. It might bo added that Col. Iloosovnlt mado a complete swwp of Pennsylvania, primary. Saturday In tho Presidential follows: Tho edltotlal from tho Pre Castorla Is n harmless Mtbstituto for Castor Oil, PareIf all IlHpubllcan States wcro IIUo goric, Drops mid Soothing Syrups. is IMvnsnnt. Us priholds Pennsylvania, which contains neither Opium, Morpiiluo nor other Narcotic tho party throughout maries destroys "Worms Mibstnuce. Its ngo Is its guarantee. to feel tho the lantl would not need euros Diarrhoea and Wind und allays Fcvcrishncss. great concern which oppresses it over Colic. relieves Teething' Troubles, cures Constipation ot Mr, Taft anil tho rival candidacies nod Flatulency. assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Is Pennsyvlanla Koosovclt. Colonel Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Republican that It so overwhelmingly Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. upon to go for a U always counted good or bad. candidate, Republican steam roller might do tho Tho Taft mo?t murderous things lo tho Rooseand In Pennsylvania, followers velt yet, If the President wcro renominated, no one would, expect 1""1 W Keystone the Slate. Or the lose Big might literally uso tho Colonel Tift Stick nt the primaries to club men away from the polls and In conof Taft tho skulls vention to crack delegates, and yet, If Mr. Roosevelt wero nominated, there would bo llttl fear ot Pennsylvania, going DemoTHC CCNTAUN COMPANY TT MUimr tTftCKf. NCW VOftH CITf. cratic. Is Pennsylvania tho one State In sure tho Union that Beoms absolutely voto to to glvo Its Electoral College under any tho Republican candidate, Wo bewhatsoever. circumstances lieve tliat oven Nicholas Murray Butwill GUARANTEE you a position ir you for ler, as tho Republican candidate us reel soon. Wo need many more Pennsylvania, at once to supply the enormous demand President, could carry our graduates. As soon as we get toe required for though It is certain that he could not number of students tbis offer will be withdrawn. So wrlto at once for particulars. carry a slnglo other State In the Union. But, In tho whole United States, there Is only one Pennsylvania. So upon that far as concerns tho effect COLLEGE Stato Itself the effect at tho polls SKCOarOBATBO xr. ncnwAHTZ next November the primaries of IOtJISVIIjIiK, KY, raiffolr.t. KflTABUIinEtl 11104 will moan little or nothtlng. to Nevertheless, they will mean much Never yet In Ills canvas Mr Taft. for tho nomination has Mr. Taft been for a primary test, BuciVe's "Full ot Life" Northern Groin) ablo to stand rcdlgrrcil Seedi have a reputation ol jS yean at there was, In truth, no primary vote successful teed growing behind them. It pay lot In New York. So far, every time that -Seasonable Specialties: he has submitted Ills appeal for deleDBANS fcjriicst Kea valentine Jj.jo Bushel savaBBj gates to tho voters of his party in , RctURce Extra Early New Stringlrss Green Pod . It.ro Hushel Republican or doubtful States his Ward well's Imp. Kidney Wax f.jo Bushel INTERNATIONAL' I)a Is New White Wax . . i.7 Bushel candidacy has suffered utter and Currie's Rust Proof Wax . &.50 Bushel collapse. PEAS Extra Early Alaska . . . J1.50 Bushel Slaughter In Oklahoma, slaughter New Early Gradus $5.50 Bushel In North Dakota, slaughter in WisconHorsford's Market Garden . Ji.50 Bushel Buckbcc's Lightning Express Jj.oo Bushel w. THE MERMAM WEBSTER? In Illinois, slaughter In LAttuA. Bftdiih. TmubIa nnd fl full Itnf flS sin, slaughter Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. ' Maine wherever the Republican vot ocnu lor compicic catalogue or suurnii a list Of TION, coreruut every your requirements and willquote prices. - ers lvavo been permitted to take the field of the world's thought, Buy direct from the grower Save Money, nnnlclla-tloprimary field, slaughter, action and culture. The only Write today. Mention this paper. aevr unabridged dictionary aft delegates Mr. Tatt's thus far many years. havo come tot tho machine, and, tor ISOSBwtbetSt., Hxkford Sere Ferns. RocUws.ft rWanu 1 defines over 400,000 the most part, from itho Federal l)WII WV.W ..I I, WPf M before appeared between two of tho Solid South Black Belt, covers, ajoo fages, 6000 II' where thero Is never a solitary ElecJtutrtloB$. toral College vote for any PresidenIs Rasiu with the only dictionary tial nomtneo of tho Republican rvarty. new divided the mapowerful PUS A "Stroke of Genius." Penrose the With TRADEMARKS promptly ottalil la working desierately for Mr. chine Beeaajt it Is an enoyelopedla la mmmmmmm m iimp Tl.IUUO. THAT Toft In a Stato which has always been txpetue, audvelp yvu to success. Rm-ib8n4 modal, photo or sltetcli for FREE report it aooepted by the submissive to the Boss halter in the on puenubltlty. H ywrs prattle. SUR Court, Schools and stall and Jiarness on tho road, tho PAS3SINQ RIFCriCNCES. Press aa tho one ouptemo ForfresOuld Book on rrontabl Patents writ to everything taotiiy. President should take 5r-"-2 a wy. w u, That would be little enough as a parbo who knows Wlno Bmeoemo. Let us UU tial, very partial, offset to tho shockyou about this new work. ing record of complete defeat which ho has met In other Republican States having primaries. direct It Colonel CaCaMUACO.,Mllisiis,Srrswmilsa.l I Roosevelt gets away with anything at MsiUlif f.ms-- i all In Pennsylvania It will bo further damage to the weak and weakening candidacy of Mr. Taft. If Colonel, gets away with a jialt or Roosevelt oven a quarter ot tthe Pennsylvania BUCKUrS BULBS SUCCEEDI 1 delegates, under all tho circumstances, SPECIAL OFFER' bo It will a stunning blow to tho MxU to kalM New Huslaesa. A ' a pcnnanfnt candidacy If, by any 'trial will mk you guaranteed or ciu of Mr. Tatt, tamer. Hktinr&PLum joux none reiunvwtx. McCALL PATTERNS chance, Colonol Roosevelt gets awuy Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity and of the Pennsylvania reliability nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly with a majority every cily and town In the United Stats and delegates, right then and will ithero "!,?..?T??!tiarr!.J.J!!.ea."w 1 l m hi ma kuiimttT Canada, or by mall direct. More sold than Tuli.lfai-ro.u t Dwu Tiittp, him SkUsa any other make. Send lor free catalogue. bo tho last expiring gasp ot "'-- the canV.llu Ymlln. QaatlsV hwuL t& . mmi sh "p1 McCAIX'S MAGAZINE didacy of Mr. Taft. 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VUTOR WOEES 1-- 9; POSITIONS GUARANTEED WE Will stand the present season of 1912 at my bam at Ceniertowri. Kv.. ahd will serVa 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. VICTOR WILKES is a black, 6 years old, 16 hands hish. Was Rived hv Ri1l,0 WilVna he by General Wilkes, 8493, race record 2:211; Standard Rules 1 & 6. Pussy Cat 2:12; Bobby Burns 2:19: Grateful 2:27i; Cooke 2:215: Arrivian 2:1,U: On Rinr.Vfm.r, o.oai. t sy Blossom 2.12; Charley R. 2:273; Gydonia 2.28J; Wilabald 2:29 St. Jnlien 2:29i; Jen- nieiv. z:iu; urana-sir- e oi nauie n z:ri; Uernice 2:161; Jim Kennedy 2:15J; Maggie Briggs 1:121; Mamie A. 2:lGi; Seven Points 2:15i; Ethel Burns 2:20i; G. W. D. 2:181; Katie Burna 2:l9i; Nancy Burns 2:21. First dam, sister to Libby S. and Mollie Walker, by Gen. Walker,2:24. 2nd. dam by Bob Lewis'pid 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,BJack Crook, 2:18 Lucy Fleming, 2:24, etc. 3rd dam by Alice by Grey Eagle, sire of grand-da- m of Pidemont, 2:17i; Catchfly, 2:28i: Ansel, 2:20. etc. 4th dam. Mni?. Tw Amnn'mm Eclipse, grand-sir- e of dams of Thore 2:18i, etc. 1-- Description and Pedigree. BUSINESS tc-d- SEEDS .... 3; New Dictionary n J. M. IGLEHEART, : Centertown, Ky. HAVE YOUR P6"' f n, H. W. BUCKBEE GILLESPIE BROS. W.H.&J. F. GILLESPIE Proprietors SUITS Ma-chl- Cleaned Pcc,? ' r I Hi , I Pressed ' B 'mmmmmmwHm as ' LACKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK cnp "''? ' wMlftHiiHtlitrililK rt-n IIKlVJIlttC! Horseshoeing a Specialty. a THE man behind atCOLT look calmly dan ger because he knows he has the advantage. There's satisfaction in fecUag secure. special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. ing neatly done. Ladies work given Repairing and Dye- M, BULBS BLDQ.,. Hartford. Ky. HARTFORD, KY. ' 'ahgwtoCoiiscgsi, "-iIS .,.. lnnw For three-quarte- I century knows " of a the man who rs Cowboy Sol- I l slassll k J VMlM WWl OartMtl IfllMtn liaBau am) Tullf fcJ IWIaWWfJHM tn aan wvuinm wisTSSi a, M- - UMWOKKIST." aooaroas, u. Postal brings premium catalogue and new cash prise otters. Address McCAU CO, USIaMW.inhSL. NIW YAW IK WONBEBFUL INDUCEMENTS to' Agents. Subscribe today, or scud for sample copy. - death benefits. And Introduce our Memberships. AU or spare time. $50 to 300 a month. Every Member secured gives you a steady monthly Income. Experience not needed. Write for plana. Box CoTlagtea, Ky. JI-29- ijjUfcl adl, iy All CnUHTIIEt. i Mriita.rt&. .. TT' :n..?.?. w..r:: - turnButUUU Otrttl WUM rrv how so oouw OVER VKARr KXPKRIKNCC K4J?1W-M5sh5-: pwh m " .2--... i Wlfn mmfyomJuaifauni iM htm iw wnatesitit rrtwes usiwwj.ll Wtlia SaSi - U MfUk Mrtst, asar VbMs. WUH NSTSa. rstsrt Osssa, Anyone tendlnf a sketch and description may oiilcalr ascertain our opinion free woeiner au luveutlon Is probably patentablarXouriiunlea. ttoiisstrlcllTConUdsiUlalHllielMloufatsuU tout free. (Jliteat ueucy for seearwstpaUnta. w. receive Pateute taken turotuh Muna Hxctol notici, without caarae, la tee TitAix Marks Dcaiam CorvnMHTa As. SI. Scientific flukricajie wi B9 A ear, rourpionius, ts. ovtvf handaemeli lllestreled weekly, rantsst of any acleutlde lournal. Tersus, H a nvwvuiwunrB, A log on the Track. serious Of the fast express means, trouble ahead it not removed, so does loss ot appetite. It means lack ot vitality, loss ot strength and nervo weakness. It app"etlto falls, take Electric Bitters quickly to overcome the cause by toning up tho stomach and curing tho indigestion. Michael Hesshelmer, ot Lincoln Neb., liatl been sick over threo years.but six bottles ot Electrlo Bitters put him right on his tect again. They- liavo help blood, ed thousands. They give puro strong nerves, good digestion. Only W m , cents a,t U OrugUt,s. suring against accidental discharge, and is guaranteed for use with smokeless powder. Catalog E malls fra. If four Qtottr dots not nil COLTS, tond your ordtr to at. Clak's PatMt Fire Arm dier Police Officer has staked his life on the one arm that never fails. "It's a Colt," always dependable, suaccurate, and the perior of all other revolvers. You take no chance in choosing a Colt; you run no risk in using it, because it has a Positive Lock in p-er- t t YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads Noteheads Envelopes Statements Cards And other printed forms are given Special Atttnton In The Republican MfcC. HARTFORD, CONN. Job Department. Subrlt tor TJie PAH1lfMr.MlfT0ri UorUort Uerubtcaa Vpi!rvrWW rw" ' Poultry Pointers. that thero Is no water In of "dry ina1i," which Is a mtxturo ground grain, and Is fed dry. Ilennq nmy be used ni a variety food for poultry when they can bo obtilned at a prlco that will not mnko such feedln nemembcr too expensive. They may bo fed cooked or ground taw nnd mixed with imuli. to Do not fed fresh meat oo freely chickens ns It li liable to cauvi diarrhea troubles. Three or four feeding a week should be sufficient. A good plan s to hang up u pleco of inctt for them to pick at. Nets for setters 'houUl be placed In a quiet place, whero tho birds will not bo molested or suit the convenience "f the one who attends tho hens, but tho nirnngcment of tho boxes In tier, the first one about level with tho flour, Is nu arrangement most commonly adopted. ROYAL i Absolutely Purm Economizes Butter, Floor, Eggs; makes the food more An Artistic Monument THE Is what you desire for your relative who has passed away. is the best on tho market. Let mo shbw you samples of it nnd nnd quote you low prices. All work guaranteed. No money duo until Monument is set up. BAKING POWDER GEORGIA MARBLE ei Cvs- - Woodmen Monuments Sjpecieilt;y. X U appetizing and wholesome The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar f father. Ilesolved, Second: Thaf we sympathize with our brothers and the other members of the beroaed family who mourn his departuroj but we can only remind them that ho Is not dead, he is only aseep resting to await the Uessulrec-tlo- n (Continued from First Pase.) morn. to select tlvo State clialrnian, ami under Uesolved, Third: Tliat a copy of these the party rules tho delegation to the resolutions bo spiead upon the records national convention elects the national of Hartford Camp No. Si Woodmen of present Senator tli World, a copy snt ta tli family At committeeman. and a copy furnished to the local news 1'enrose liolds both positions. paperj for publication. OrtGA.NlZA.T10N" MAY WIN. Leslie nnNNinr, prominent member It nas Bald by a OTTO C. MAIITIN, of the State Commlt,teo tonUUt that J. NCY FOSTER. some of tho Hoosetelt dolegates elected Committee. to the State convention nre regular organization men wlw, ttlillo voting for For Sale or Trade. Uooseelt delegates, will still stand by Machine Traction Engine, Threshing tho Stato organization. leaders and Saw mill. Cheap If taken nt once. of the organization Some P. O. BOX 101, refrain d from personally entering the Address, McHenry, Ky. tf primary ns candidates for district as It had been expected they wpuld ge. Among Health Epigrams from Kansas. bo selected as delogatcs-at-lan those understood to liave been looked An open Vlndow Is better than upon as the likely delegates were Senator open grae. Penrose and Oliver, Gov Tenor, S?cre-car- y A stitch In the underwear may sae a of State Jtobert JIcAfee and State stitch In tho side. Senator James P. McNkliol, loader of Measles In a school are like fire In the party organlz.Ulon In Philadelphia, the tall grass. In some The best spring blood medicine work The ote polled was light. districts It did not go much over fifty Polluted well water can not be purified jut cent of the vote at tholastgener.il by painting tho pump. Col. ltoosevelt Is said to liave election. God bless the man who first Invented 1:1s Jieavlcst vote from the fly screens. received you warm brings reform element represented by the KeyIf your milkman stone party, iw hlcli succeeded In electing milk, make It hot for him. a reform Mayor In Philadelphia last A fly In the milk may mean a member year. of the family In the grave. Good water Is more to be prized than MINERS I'OIl T. It. of the rubles, and clean hands than much fine Another element of strength was tho ITO.tWO Idle gold. foiccs Xloasetlt anthraclto miners, among whom the Forget not tho cat when the house is closed for the summer. former President ran s,trong. Teach the children to swim. In PhladelplUa Taft's adherents capA light overcoat Is Letter than a heavy tured three of the slx districts and spll the delegation In another, ghlng the cold. Many a cough ends In a coffin. President seven dolegates to Jloosevolt's the. The delegates favoring f t were Is It the odor of sanctity you note in the unventilated church? not Instructed .Among those who A careless ajdtter with a little cough Jloosevclt storm were John the Wannamaker and K. T. Stotesbury, who Is more dead'y than a big man with a tho big retoHer. were elected as .Taft dslesatQs In The only good fl Is a dead fly; the second district. AUtghary. uounty, which Includes boat fly Is the fly that never was born. In lttburg, Col. lloosevplt captured all One large pock on the arm Is better the eight delegates Jn the four districts. than many small pocks on the face. A dirty well Is more dangerous tluui a We are qulto suio If our lady readers dirty kitchen. Ed How's Monthly. could t,ce either the Ktollo do Franco you have an ator new Cilmson llamblw In bloom they Don't be surprised if letting tho opportuni- tack of rheumatism this spring. Just rub would not think of ty pass to get tlu'.so two remarkable ro- the affected parts frooly with Chamber-Iain'- s Liniment and It will soon disap ses andsfour other plants Just as good. m u.bfcolut'ly free of charge, as advertised pear. Scvu by all dealers. In another part of Uio paper. Uemember Eggs May Hatch Romance. it will soon bo tlmo to bet tho roses lit the open. Vou bliould order at once to Tho New York Heruld says: Insure getting tho plants in tlmo to set Two eggs may hatch two romances In them at the light time. Turn to our tho Wtlllamsbuig section of Brooklyn. advertisement hefoio jou put down this Thu egrfs may have been In storage for paper and read tho description of the an unknown time, but Judging from tho roses offered. Then bend us In your or letters exchanged between the two men der today, Full Instructions on how to J who acquired tho eggs and tho two wo- plant and caro for tho iosq bushes comes men who wrote their names and address snt. es on tho shqlls the wedding balls may with each shipment. soon ring. Methodist Church Announcements. f Letters and photographs liavo been and tho women, who are wldol Providing Elder, Kov. S. J. Thompson will prenJdo at tho quarturly jnoetlug, separated and do not know each other, whkii Is to bo hold it Uuiluin Hiturday opress u willingness to come East . Sunday night On and Tho plctuies have appealed to the othund Sunday, er side and tho letters exchanged have Alonday moliilng at lleawr Dun. 1 tegular senilis at llurtford Sundiy grown more Interesting. Tho eggs wero received In different morning and uvimiIiik .by tlw imttor, Jtov consignments In the restaurant of AnT. V. Joiner. Sunday School u.t 9:13. Ji II. B. Cvr-uo- thony Sheer, In Broadway, near Bedford avenue. The first egg went toFrsd Supt. avenue. Epworth League meeting ovory Sundar crick Dobson of "10 Jackson ' Written on It In ink was the name Miss Might at C:30. Gall Groof,, Belmont, 111. The other egg was obtained by Joseph Meader, of Resolutions of Respect. Whcrtav, tho had intelligence of tho 431 Woodworth avenue. On tho shall was death of Mr. William I'll tie. bioUier of tho name of Miss Minnie Kellanu.Bards Julius and Ira 1'JrUe, members of Hart, ley, Itlpley county, Miss. the ford Camp No 20.', Woodmen of Mules for Sale. World, lias reached this camp, bu ,lt ile.soJd, l'Jibl; 'JlhUit Jn the death of Two good work mules for sale at my William I'litla our brothers liavo lost a farm three miles south . of Beaver Dam, the Kentucky, faithful brother and companion; B W. BAKER. uiotlior, wife and cldld have lost an up. 3tr PENNSYLVANIA IS right lolng and Just son, husband, and FOR TEDDY. dole-gat- ai T-i- Give the hen only ns many ours a h can cover comfortably Thcro Is los danger of breakage nnd the progress of Incubation will be more evenly distributed. Where hens nre known to bo ro?tbs" and need some coaxing to got ued to good sitting with regularity, It Is n, practice to first set them on nest eggs, placing the eggs to bo hatched under them when they have shown their Intention of sticking to their Job. If four to six hens aro sctvat one time the eggs may bo tested out nt the end of a week, and If not running a (arge per cent, fertile, may be divided among a sufficient number of brooders to cover them nnd the other hens reset on now eggs. Give each hen a thorough dusting before placing her on the nest when setting her. Any good brand of Insect powders will do. Work the powder will Into her .feathers and under her wings the down to tho skin. This provents lncreao of ermln, which often makes good brooder reistlesand an other-wis- e will Impregnate the nest so with lice that when the chicks are hatched, they become coered with the vermin before they can be removed, which often results In thelr death. It Is also wu'l to dust the Jiens a second time Just the chicks hatch A dust bath should also be pro Ided for the sitters to dust In when they come off their nests to feed and exercise. It ngular Is wall to remote sitters at reperiods If they show a tendency ti main on tho nest(too long at a time. Little chick requlro no food for the hours, at least. Upon first twenty-fou- r removing them to the brood coop, alout thlrty-s- l hours after they are hatched Is a good tlmo to first feed them. Alwajs keep the brooders and , brood coops clean. Cleanliness, pure, fresh air and plenty of wholesome food are the imln essentials to the raising of chicks until they can forage for themselves. Is Tho care of chicks In brooders comparatively a simple matter. Tho essentials are to keep the chicks comfortable, contented, well fed. and liappy. Litter the floor well with cut clover, cut ojfalfa or chaff from the hay mow, and over this scatter proper feed the right fresh size for the chicks Keep pure, drinking water In ono corner of the brooder in a galvanized Iron drinking fountain. A little pile of dry mash, containing beef scraps, should a'so be kept In a corner and replenished when necessary. It Is not ony the chicken fancier now that breeds thoroughbred chickens. The farmer has awakened to the tact that like cattle and otlier live stock ho strains as well can raise the lost i among Ids chickens. There are always enough culls or Inferior Inferior Individfood, uals to sell on tho market for perwhite those that are fectly bodied and correctly maiked will bring a fancy price as breedors, even It the owners do not care to exhibit them In show contests. Dirty eggs, mixed In with clean oggs, lowers tho valuo of tho whale lot It sent eolled to tho market tliat way. Tho eggs should be sent separately. There 2 Representative for Continental Marble and Granite Co. 2 MOORE, JAMES T.KLerLtnolaLsr. Hartford. CANTON, GEORGIA, ! l Httlo excuse for dhty rggs.for If the poultry house and ncts nro kept dry nnd clean, and frcxh straw kept In tho nests and cle.in sand or dry Utter on tho floor thore will bo a fow dirty eggs Globe Democrat. Improved B. P. Hock, $1.00 per setting. MRS. JOHN AV. SANDERFUH, n. P. D. No. 3. Hartford, liv. Is very s$roro$s9$s$s$$&ts$ra ILLINOIS CENTRAL All train service has been resumed byway of Cairo to and from the North. Eggs for Sale. 4ffi Bay An IHC Spreader From Your Local Dealer n l- - VVVVVSCSVSVVVVV'V U H RHWPDft, A.MW WW M- -l C V D. A A M-- km Qf t I jgWC- - doubt a good is a necessity on every farm. Every live farmer has asked himself "Which spreader is best?" "Why is it best?" and, "Where can I buy that spreader?" The answer to these questions is buy an I H C spreader from your local dealer. The fertility of your soil depends as much on proper distribution as on the manure itself. Settle the manure spreader question once for all. See the local dealer and buy an BEYOND During the Month of April WE WILL GIVE AWAY & 4? 6MMMMBME! We have six well rooted, everblooming 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 and begin to bloom early this summer. to IHC Manure Spreader Kemp 20th Century Corn King or Cloverleaf The IHC local dealer will show you good spreader construction and explain why it is good. When you buy your spreader from him, he will set it un for vou., show von .how to .. .v .. j r adjust it, start you off right, and be right there all the time to take care of any future needs. Study fertility; learn why a good spreader is good. Buy an IHC spreader from your local dealer that is the beginning of the most profitable farming. UtmttiMtl HirrMtw IHC Sarric Bmn The purpose of this Bureau li to furnish. free of charts to all, the best information CDtainaD:a on better larminc. it ou na any worthy questions concerning; soils, crops. land drainage, irrigation, ferllllier. etc. make your Inqulritai specinc and send them to I H C Service Bureau, Harvester Uulldinc. Chicago. USA wi The Varieties Offered. . , The varieties are especially selected to please the grower and to insure permanent and satisfactory growth. They consist of: THE ET0II.E 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 elegance of form and deepening in shade as the flower expands-some-tthat can be said of very few pink roses. Its fragrance is 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 themiost 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. hing to-da- ft 3 J ut CUuis (Incorporated) Caaar f Aatrica 3 3 OP USA 3 r WBHSk 4 J to SUPPOSE Your Residence or Business Should Burn Tonight I to to to to to to J Don't let this opporfuiltytfip. 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 J J IS IT INSURED? Better look after that Insurance A few dollars ttiay mean hundreds or thousands to you. To be sure you get the best protection place it with V . THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, g to to Hartford, USE THIS COUPON IN OBDERING ROSES Ky. I n, NOW. Date The Hartford Republican, Hartford, Ky Ney Poster J.Hire Insurance Dealer a-- 1 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 my mailing tag. For my promptness, send meshown on free of charge your six Everbloomtng Roses. My name is My address is ... .. i I s New or old subscriber? , j.j. irwHWvvwmv;vtFV t fft ..x. -- ...irf.,i.;4.'..i, rs lit iJfcU -- Ai