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ORDERED HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1912. of tlio shock wo tho moment until never censed to mako from 71 to ',7 y revolution'. During that wliolo wo luii! been hooping; up the 77." Sun-tin- 10 ALLEN CLANSMEN PLACED ON TRIAL Shot Up ALL EYES ARE ON BEAT RECORDS Says Surviving Fireman of "' the Titanic. Says Fireman on the Ship, Who MASSACHUSETTS Candidates and Their Friends Mrs, J. N. Jarnngln. Mr. riener Is sev years old and Is still quite active. Mr. A. D. Taylor has gone, to Dyors-burTenn., prospecting. enty-elght ODSERVE RIGID ROLES Manager of Pirates Insists Men to Keep In Good T. R. Carries Nebraska. Six of Gang Which Arraigned. MT. PLEASANT. April 23. The dcntji nngel visited the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Uetlle Amos, Aprl 19, nnd took from them their darling llttlo babe. Ho was a bright nnd intelligent little fellow and was loved by all who knew him. We hope tliat the pir eitts will live so as to meet llttlo Blon-don the other shore where parting Is no more. Mr. Blrdls Atchison and Miss Cliloo Rafferty were married at tho home of the Rev. W. G. Stovvarts on April 2!. There was a large attendance. Wo all wish thorn a Jong and chappy life. Miss Geneva Raymer has been visiting her cousins Mrs. Amlo Cargal and Mrs. Efflo Jennings, of Render. Mr. Dudley Leach and wife and Uiree children, visited his parents Mr. and Mrs.. John Leach, Sunday. Mrs. Bettlo Sorrels and children, visited the Rev. W. G. Stewart, Sunday. Mr. Arw In Leisure, of near Horton, v Is Ited his and Mrs. W. G. Stewart Sunday. Sir. nnd Mrs. Jessie Hill, of Simmons, Is visiting her parents nt Uils writing. Mr. and Mrs. Verdle Wilson, of McHen ry, are visiting her parents at this writing. The singing school Is progressing nicely at this place. el r. K 23,-- SIx DoUon, Mass., April 22. The polltlcil memlllllsvtllc, Vn., April bers of the Allen clan wcro arranged situation In Massachusetts Is becoming results: nnd Interest In the to answer for their part In more animated, Was Among the Survivors 21,151: Republican Roosevelt i.i here Is II Presidential primaries on April 30 the Carroll court tragedy of March l'olli-ttS.C92; Taft S.Qti. of Disaster. PresSheriff, Judgv, Prosecutor, a. growing dally. Two Republican - when fc,9!9; Harmon Democrats Clark shot to idential aspirants nro coming to the Juror and a spectator were 131; Wilson 0,113. l'loyd Allen, Stato this week, and representatives of The prisoners, of death. Hosevvatcr, noting chairman Victor wn arc was two of. the Democratic candidates New York, April sentenco Itopuhllcan C'oinmtlteo upon whom a prison tho National long iirm if tJio wireless days ugo tho about tto be Imposed when the shoot- actively nt work. Roosevelt said todiy that ho believed congresThe enUre Massachusetts reached nut over Uio Atlantic In iui atto ing commenced, his sons, Claude nnd hid polled from two and tho sional delegation, Republican tempt and to Irani tho fate of Sidna many iotas us olthef Victor, nnd his nephews, three times as Today tho Murcont sparks Titanic. and Ilynl Marlon, are charged Democratic, with the exception of Sen1'oUcttQ or Taft. Lodge, havo come waters lias on to take a wero wnt flashing over tho a majority of the vote In U1 of the with murder In the first degree. They ator again, but this tlmo tlio effort was to sK districts of Uio Slat. and political were brought here from Itoanoke last hand In the contest, speakers of both parties from other learn tho night. result of the grevVsomo d Harmon supporters early today search of the e.il)Io ship Muckny-Ilen-ne- tt men, not States will be heard this week. A icnltv of twenty-fou- r hope Unit lie might carry the of among President Uio floating wrockiige will mako three Taft one of whom lives within three tnll-'State, but thought he would have a for bodies. As majority In the Third District. He tlio White Star liner nnd speeches on Thursday, and Col. Roos-ve- lt of HlUsillle, had been summoned) d will bo hero on Saturday. Tlio far as could bo learned the steamer the court was toady to begin Impanelthe Second District by 1,010 lotos. Nearly supjiorters are active. Con ing a Jury as soon as the preliminaries had found about 10) bodies. seventy of tlusu could lo Identified, were dlsiwsed of. Early today thre gressman Henry, of Teas, chairman Farm for Sale. but Uio rest were so badly mangled had been no Intimation that either of the Commute on Rules, with SenI'lfty-nlnacres of well timbered land, prosecution of Mississippi, and that Identification was lmiwsslblc. or defense would seek a ators Williams, miles of Fordsvllle, change In two and placed Gore, of Oklahoma, will speak here for Thcso wore Immediately of venue. weighted coffins and burled nt sea by Ky. Terms reasonable. Call on," Attorneys for the accused have ad- Woodrovv Wilson, while Congressman W. T. 1CEOWN, by tho vessel for Clark's a chaplain, taken mitted that an effort will be made to Curley, In charge of Speaker It. 1, Reynolds, Ky. that purpose When she left lort. Tho 39tl place responsibility for all five of the campaign, expects to have several na the others wero placed In lofflns and murders upon Sidna Allen nnd Wesley tional orators In the State before stowed away for tho return Journoy t lMward, tlio only two members of Uio end of the week. ARGUMENTS HEARD ON KILLED, SCORE HURT hend-Gowas nor Underwood Halifax. Tlio Mackny-lloiinegang still at large. It will bo claimed j No Harmon following the today to nmuters has been opened, but be that IMoyd Allen shot In USING NIAGARA POWER course of Uio gulf struani, seeking the IN OKLAHOMA CYCLONE when attacked by court officers; tha gressman Peters has Identified himby tliat current. self wlUi the latter movement. slctlms swept away Claude and 1'rlel Allen fired In the had Ilany of tho bodies recovered of Uie moment, and that SidSMALLHOUS lieui carried at least thirty miles from Stimson Considers Question of na ndwards, Byrd Marlon and Victor Nearly a Hundred Houses are De- Mr. and Mrs. Opplo Klttlngcr went to tlio weno of tho disaster when they Allen did no shooting at all. How Much Water Can Be' ' wcro picked up. Rack pleaded "not guilty." A change Cvnnsvllle Saturday. molished'as Tornado Sweeps Tho report that many of tho bodies of venue was asked an,d granted,, the Mr. Logan Barnard was In our midst Diverted. tor Identification wcro too mangled Over Two Counties. It would hold the last Thursday nnd dined with Mr. J. K. court announcing f out tho stories of survivors tint Wythoillle beginning rior.t Hunter nnd family. trial at Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Overhuls have SO. the giant Titanic was shattered In her Tuesday. Apill Tho defendants "Tlfe,"ft'ibo p'K'i'ed Into their new dwelling at Kron.is Washington, D. C, April 20. Secre April will be tried separately last moments by nn explosion cf tho Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. arguments Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kverly and child- tary Stimson" today hoard of Identi- 20. Throe persons are known to hollers. The bodies capable liave taken to WlthevJUe tonight application Involving the ren wcro In our midst recently the guest upon the fication aro billeted to bo thoso of killed, at tenst a score Injured nnd been of Mrs. Everly's parents Mr. and Mrs. queaUon as to how much water can wlto leapetl from tho vessel several hundned farm Jiousjs and vlll.vgo CROMWELL. be taken from Niagara Falls, for electric that time. dwellings were wrecked late toilay wlii April 22.-and Mrs. Huff, of Cansy-Ul- e, Will Bullock and tho family of Mr. L. purposes, without Impairing Uio . scenic It was thought possllie hero that tho n tornado, which formed In tho vicinity Dr. B. Overhuls. aro visiting tlielr ' relatives, to beauiy. Miss Katlu Hawkins lias returned Archibald W. liodUu of Major Ilutt of Yukon, near Oklahoma City, svv"pt In and Mrs. P. T. Willis, for a few days. The economic quesUon of the proto and John Jacob Astur will never be a northeasterly direction through tho Mrs. R. S. James, Select, Is the guest her homo at Hartford from a visit priety of reducing tho amount of power relatives here and at Utlca. Identified, ns sun Ivors nay that short-l- y counties of Oklahoma and Logan. of her daughter. Mis. J. Ale Uhoads. derived from the falls, alotted to before tho esse I went down they Fifty houses wero demolished at the Miss Haz?l Koovvn, Select, was a pleas Mr. Henry Bennett has purchased the on wero t.t.iiidiug calmly farm of Mr. Alva Calloway and moved norUiern New York towns, In order that tho deck. town of Hennessy. Mrs. Mary Holuiv-- s. ant lsltor here Saturday and Sunday, ro current may be conveyed to Detroit, Miickiiy-Ileunet- t, to samo last week. when ho loft nnd another woman were killed. Tho turning homo today. only 130 coffins, Mr. and Mrs. Mlko Bishop nnd family and. Incidentally to Windsor, Ont., plso and Halllfnx. cuirlod At I'erry.ono man was killed and twenMrs. J. N. Jnrnagln, Beaver Dam.was was urged. It Is btlievtd that sho will return soon, ty no' sons aro reported (to have been In the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. havo moved back to Kronos, Ky. The quesUon arise In connection with Mr. Garflold Barnard and family will possibly arriving by Wednesday. will George Flener fiom Saturday until Monjured, several of whom probably the application to Import electric power buildings were com- day,, her father returning homo with her leave lCronos next Monday for Hartford die. Tvvonty-flv- o survivors iu:covi:it. or Moorman to take advantage of seed- generated at Niagara Falls, into tho Tho Mir Ivors who wcro taken to pletely wrecked. Numerous others weio for a two days visit. United Stores at Detroit. The aping his children to school. city unroofed. Residents of tho llttlo hospitals on their arrival hero on Last week was "chicken week" liere, plication was resisted by RepresentaCarputhla aro now practically all aio panic stricken. for More than 9,0o0 lbs. being received tives of a Detroit company. Gasoline Mill for Sale. wires shipment at Beaver Dam. f All telephone and telegraph covered, and many of them havo left Secretary Stimson has taken the appli itellef societies havo not tli of Guthrlo where the storm Is beGrist cation or their homes. One 10 Horse Power Gasoline Miss Taj lor, Morgan town, is tho guest under consideration, aggregating over n hoved to havo taken Its heaviest toll, of her sister, Mrs. T. Wade Stratton. fc'a,lliyed funds Mill, Crusher, Sheller and other attach- quarter fit a million dollars and tho re- aro out of commission. manage. Apply to ments. Our livery table, under tho EAST VIEW. G. R. CARSON, havo been svvum,pcd lief committees ment of Messrs. Taylor and J,ames, Is ev. April filled J. A. Bennett 49t( clothing. Not only Ky. Notice. Centertovvn, tliat, but with doing a nice business. his regular appointment at Mt. Carmel woro receded, all oountless Jettcrs Mr. Martin Flener has purchased the All persons having claims against tho Saturday and Sunday. offering assistance of every ort. Some estate of Wllllo P. Plrtle, will present storo and contents formerly occupied by BEAVER DAM. Mr. W. H. French bought two fine a Mr. Leslie Leach and vvlfo of Central offered tho uso of tholr rooms and tho same to mo at Hartford, Ky., prop- Mr. Avery Stewart and hatf added horsos ono day last week from Mr. Dick line of goods. others tendered lliolr son ices after erly proven, on or before May 1, 19U, new City, spent Saturday afternoon with Mrr. ens for a valuable consideration and Is Leach's father, Mr. George Barnes. tlielr dally work was done. Mr. Chas, Porter, Beaver Dam, or they will be forever barred. sold Mr. Dickens a horse the same day spending a few days with friends and That ninny of tho lifeboats of tho This April 1, 1912. Mr. Morton Williams went to Green- 'for $VS. Titanic wcro sent nwayfonly luilf filled relatives Jiere. ville Saturday afternoon. IRA N. TIRTLE, Admr., Mr. B. J. WIgglnton sold a nice young Smith's orders had 3St3 and that If Capt, Mr. Guy Taylor, Beaver Dam, was In Miss Klttlo Uhoads went .to Pr!ncet6n Of Wllllo P. Plrtle, deceased. mulo to Mr. Louis French one day last moro lives of tho been obeyed many our midst last evening tho guest of a Monday ' to accept a position as book week for $123. 1,000 who perished at sea would havo Keeper." "friend." Mines Sold for $75,000. Mrs. Pearl Park and children, Stanley, by been caved, has boon disclosed Mr. and Mrs. Gcttlo Amos, of Manila, Mr. II. D. Taylor, city, and Mr. Fred Tho Muhlenberg Argus, of Central City, Rabble and Meredeth, visited Mr. and .Peter D. Daly, of Lima, l'eru, a first says: had tho sad misfortune to lose their lit- Taylor, of Princeton, bought tho Beaver James Stewarts Sunday. Dally slates tliat he survivor. cabin tle threo j ear old boy Friday evening. Dam Planing Mills branch houso si Mr. and Mrs. Roan Dodson, of Owens-borDankrupt-Thursda- y In W. I Gordon, Tuestco of Princeton. Consideration unknown, saw tho captain rush to tho . railing sqUI tho pioperty ut public They havo tho sympathy of a host visiting aro in this community tho beautiful friends nnd relatives. After tho lionts had put put from Mr. II. D. Taylor sold his auction, J, W. Lam, of Greenville, their children, Mrs. Pearl Park and Mr. Blnklng ship and call: "Bring those Sunday school and prayer meeting are homo to Dr. Willis, of Cromwell. The tho purchaser on a bid of $7r,. Elder Dodson and Mrs. Robert Moscley. progressing nicely, much enthusiasm be- Doctor will movo hero In tho near fuboats back; they aro only half filled!" 000.00. Interested A meeting of those Mr. and Mrs. Ira Ellis and Mrs. Aut-r- y ing manifested. How many boats obeyed tho captain's ture. for next In tho case has been called Patton and llttlo son, Hubert, spout orders to return Sir. Daly was unable, Mr. A. E. Sanderfur repaired tho organ Mr. Kerlcy Park was In town Sunduy Mudlsonvllle, and It will Mondjiy In the day Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Bunk to tell. at the church at this place this after- afternoon'. ' Dawson, thoro bo decided whether or not the FIREMAN'S STOItV. noon. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. King and son, sale shall bo confirmed. Most of tho men around hero attendMr. Cal Borah and sons leavo today spent Sunday afternoon and night with John Thompson, a fireman of tho Most readers of tho Argus aro famed the log rolling hist Wednesday. for Evansvlllo with a nlco lot of logs. Mrs. King's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. HUfflerliur with n broken urm Titanic, Mr. Autry Patton visited his parents iliar with tho history of tho Dovey Mr. C. P. Amos Is on thd sick list at M. Flener. at St. Vincent's Hospital, may bo an mines, formerly owned by George Do. at Maxwell from Saturday until Sunday. this writing. Mr. Chupman, of Illinois, Is visiting Important witness at tho Senatorial In-- v cy but thrown Into Mr. Albert Stowart attended church and Ills brother, Dr. Pal T. Willis, who has boon at this his sister, Mrs. Klinbley this week. estimation Into tho wreck at Washlng-to- bankruptcy a few mouths ago. The at Mt. Carmel Sunday and dined with place for tho post nine years, and who E. P. Barnes and Bro. shipped six car Thompson comes from Liverpool mine has been successfully operated Mr, Sam Uhoads. has loads of chickens to New York lust week and ho asserts that tho Titanic was by tho trustee and Is regarded as a has a most extensive practice, Mr. Sam Rhoads and family attended bought the property at Beaver , D.im vulued at 12,777.1C out "to boat ajt records on maiden valuablo property. tho birthday dinner at Mr. Frank Ual and known as the Dav Taylor place Mr. Harvey D. Plummcr, of Center-tow, trips." onday. will move to It about tlio SOUi of April. "From Queenstown out," Thompson People Should Guard Brother G. S. Holbrook'will bo Against Tlio town will loso n citizen whoso placo Mr, wus In town Saturday. tho Jim Doolln, cashier of Is quoted as saying, "all tho firemen as deacon of Jit. Carmel church Appendicitis. Deposit Bunk, of Morgantowu, will be Jinrd to fill, the Sunday school had been talking of tho oidors vo the first Sunday afternoon In may at S Ky., was In town Friday. Hartfrod people who have, stomach and a fine teacher and the community had to flro hpr up as hard ' as we o'clock. All sister churches are Invited Judge Rlrkhead and family spent Sunus bowel trouble should guard against ap physician who has merited tho lovo and could. Wo were to mako to attend. esteem of tho entire section. We regret day night with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Barnes quick a passago us possible, tho ordei pendicitis by taking simple buckthorn Sunday school is progressing nicely at Dyers-burgenial doctor up, Mr. John Welcer and vvlfo, of records baric, glycerine, etc., as compounded In very much to glvo tho lan, and wo .vvpro to beut all Mt. Carmel with O. S. Holbrook glint. Tenn., aro visiting Mrs. Welcer's appendicitis but we hope for lilm success In his new tho German on our maiden trip. I heard that thcso ADLUIl-IKA- , . sister, Mrs. Hubert Rummage. orders cumo from tho engineering de- remedy. A SINGLE DOSE relieves sour field of labor. For Sale or Trade. with Mrs. W. A. Austin who Is IU stojnach and constiyou, uu men stomach, gas on the partment, but, bloss tills stomach trouble, Is some better Machine TrocUon Engine, Tlixeshlng Eggs for Salt. where pation INSTANTLY because this simple didn't have tlmo to talk about ,' and Saw mill. Cheap It taken at once. Improved B. P. Rock, 1.00 per ssttlng. week, mixture antlsejittclzes the dtgesUve orthose orders camoj from. Mr. Q. C. Flener, of Cromwell, spent Address, P. O. BOX 101, carrying full pressure. gans and draws off tlio Impurities. Ohio MRS. JOHN W. SANDERFUR, "Wo ,wero McHcnry, Ky. , Hartford, Ky. a few days tills week with Ills daughter, 3tf we left Queenstown County Drug Co. n. P. D. No. J, 02 Vrom the time to-d6.one-half Omaha, Neb., April 20. That Colonel IlQoiovclt carried Nebraska by a bl.r majority In Uio presidential preference primary yesterday, was tmda certain, and strength was added to tho belief that received canio In toilay. A1J returns of thus far, approximately the total oto cast, shows tho fo'lovvinsr one-four- Hillsville Courthouse Preparing for the Primary Next Week. Form. Pittsburgh, April 22. Manager FrM Clarke of Uie Pirates is a great stick- er for form, and Insists Uiat libs men lead very model lives, at least during training season. He has Just Issued a table of ten commandments for tha team which aro all don'ts. Here they are: 1 Don't smoke clsarottes. If you must use tobacco select a good Pittsburgh stoglo or a pipe. 2 Don't drink. Alcoholic stimu lants used In moderation litma do tle harm; they can do no good, and they are dangerous. Better be p. tee- Ii aban-clone- totaler. 3 Don't keep lato hours. "Early to bed and early to rise" Is still a good maxim. 4 Don't gamble. Worrying about an acefull that was beaten last night or wondering how Uie horses are run ning whllo play Is in progress, ara alike distracting. 5 Don't be a grouch. Cheorfullness Is a very desirable quality In anybody a ball player In particular. Sharp answers and displays on of temper the field interfere witli successful team work and often cause enmities. procrastinate. If anything Don't Interferes with reporting on Ume cut example. it out. Tardiness sots a bad 7 Don't bo a backbiter. If you is not behave an Idea Uiat the club ing managed ,tell Uie manaproperly ger about It. If your suggestions are good he'll appreciate them, y 8 Don't be a quitter. It you are getting a bad break on Uio luck, brace yourself and fight all the harder. 9 Don't sulk. If you've been callod down the cluinces are that you deserved It, and you'll gain nothing by showing your teeth. 10 Don't bait Basethe umpire. ball law gives him the advantage over you at all times so that It does not pay to oppose him. The captain will attend to all the necessary kicking. car-rle- o one-ha- lf tt 3 self-defen- lic.-ir.- vlc-tl- Mr. J I Will Preach Here. t IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIflllllll 23,-R- o, ROY L. BROWN, EVANGELIST. The above Is a picture of Elder Roy L. Brown, the noted evangelist, who with his company will be here on May 12 to begin a revival meeting at tho Christian Church. On Sunday morning May 12 Elder Brown will deliver the annual baccalau reate sermon for Hartford Collego graduates at tho Court House, Tho graduata. this year are Misses Ruth Riley, Corinne Woodward, Flora Taylor, Lela Mogan, Bessie Hudson, Leila alenn, Eftle Duke, Eddyjthe Duke, Beatrice Haynes, Daisy Wedding, Ozona Moscley. Messrs. Her bert Felix, Shelby Stevens, and Edgar Barnard. This Is tho largest graduating doss of Uils school for several years. which was orderThe ed several days ago for .tho purpose of "shooUng" tho oil well owned by tho West Kentucky OIlCo., abovo Hartford, arrived late Wednesday afternoon. Thursday .morning quite a crowd of Interested Hartford- people went to tlio well, expecting tlio shot to bo made that day, but It was announced by the man who brought the explosive that he had been given strict orders not to attempt the work until tho arrival of the manager from Lawrence vllle, Hi. Ho Is or tod to arrlvo In Hartford today Saturday, when work will be. commenced Tho gentleman who arrived Wednesday tho was of tho opinion after visiting well that It would bo a success In every way. He said that he had Men 200 bar- -' rels a day well that was hi only about oven feet of oil sand. The wall here Is In twenty-on- e feet Vt oil sand, and this U a splendid Indication. e, ex-p- Will "Shoot" To-da- y Probably. n. n, ed Mor-ganto- pot-slb- ly g, je A BOOK THAT HAS NO STOPPING PLACES! At Least You Won't Stop Until You Have Read it From Cover to Cover 1'T f "THE VULTURE'S CLAW" BY REV. C. F. WIMBERLY, OF MADISONVILLE, KY. v y the shape of a claw "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 which he handles with n and Jiis character is so much like a vulture that the title of the book is peculiarly apt. Mr. Wimberly introduces more than a dozen interesting characters and a multiplicity of situations a school mar'm who master hand'. His descriptive work is nothing short of genius. Most of the action takes place in the remote Ozark mountains and much of it hangs upon the coming into the mountains of community; and in coming of a Methodist minister with whose beautiful character the reader readily falls in love. "The Vulture's Claw" is a remarkable story of hardship infuses new life and ambition into the which 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 absorbs the interest of the reader. fJPWViWW." nMHR9BnHMHHHHMR The Hartford Republican Continually strives to give the news of events at home and abroad, with a special effort 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 Regular Price is $1 for 52 Weeks. VINSiRLY w;CLAW The TURE'$ happy ending. Christian homes will appreciate this story, cause of the deeply religious moral so adroitly and so strongly terwoven. 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By a special offer we are able to offer this fascinating book postpaid, and the Hartford Republican one full year for $1.C0. This is for a short time and 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 ' our A DISAPPEARING TYPESJND FADS Old s as went to the umbrella makers. The ribs of worn out umbrellas were great for making lnllan 1kw.s, and In those days the boys used them, tor that purpose The walking' Industry declined when place of coal oil took oil whale In the lamp of this country and when the supply of whalebone decreased the umbrella .makers had to look around for something to; take place. For many years they used cane, which was In stained black Imitation of the whalebone, and, this, In turn, was by the steel ribs that are . used todiy. strap Is fast going to The shawl bag In. the land of Join the carpet used to be, and so Is the shawl that was carried in It. One seldom soes a shawl these days, and "then only on the slioulders of women fro'm Europe. The man with trousers tucked Into the tops of his high boots Is as scarce now a.s boots of, that kind, and they are mighty few. Fifty years a?o every- ono woro high-to- p on boots, cowhide week, days and calfskin on Sundays, summer aul winter. Klioemaklnx ma Chlnery sounded the death knoll of 1)0Ot3 wjl0 ot tiat .n(li TJlQ men manage the shoe factories were work-in- ? all the time to lessen the waste nml maUo a hI(lo BO as far aa u coulJ ana tliey B00, cjmllate(1 tlie, waste of that went Into boot tops. High, topped boots were really of some uo jn winter: tlwy kept tho snow out. )Ut ln summer they wero worse than useless they were uncomfortable. congress They were succeeded by tho shoo and then by. tho laced shoe j The congress hoe. You remember it u you aro vj years, oki, u nan a gore of elastic cloth Inserted In ouli ankle and this gavo it strengthlnir, 'qual-th- e Uy enough to pull on and off easily, many The congress shoe was in ways tho most comfortable shoo over made, and jinny middle-age- d and oil men and women yet wear them, and nearly every shoe store In Kansas City keeps them In stock. a few of the uptown stores keep boots. Thero Is uo call Largo stocks of them for them there. are carried, however, in the, smaller stores, especially on Fifth Street and the Market Square. Farmers yet wear them In wet weather. Uut.ihe felt boot, with rubor foot, U fast taking tholr place, ( Tho copper-toe- d boots and shoes for Vanished With "Good Old Days." Standbys Where Are the Carpet Bag, Paper Collar, Boot-Jac- k and Full Bottomed Trousers. The farmer wlUi carpet basr and the crop of Ions whiskers lias disappeared completely from real life ami exists ts only In the Imaginations of the picalleged funny w.lu nuke tures. noar-urtK- A re- has become of him? to Muited out Uio other day HW try to find out. lie discovered . "" me nojuu oiu uuira and aiwajs in ever thinning ranks, average The without the whiskers. furmer that qoiik.s to town these days Is dressed and looks Just like any other ljiu.lno.ss man. llut occasionally a real to comes "liny seed- town, but ho nover carries a carpet bag. The shiny idock valise of glazed in Imitation of leather, and liavo taken Its the. canvas "telescope" 1'lace. dlsap- simply The carpet bag has poareri. The storekeepers say they aro not mad any more, tind you ooutri.Vt miy one it you woni wining 10 pay $100 for it. by Tho cm put bag was succeeded glozed black vail so mid this Is being gradually out by the crowded gray canvas "tolwoojwj," that Is more ugly than tho carpet bag and Just as tnueh a badge uf the man from the Wliat jwter i ' iher i gone, too. A boys and girls liave search ot a dozen shoe stores ln Kansas City failed to find a pair "Copper-toexclaimed the shoes?" manager of one of the largest shoo "1, haven't seen a pair ln twenstores. ty years. There's no call for them." The bootjack went when shoes came. home There was a time when every liad Its bootjack, and, when travelers carried them hi their satchels, for (t Impossible to get a pair was almost a bootjack of tight boots off without Home-mad- e bootjacks were made of a sawed piece of board with a notch from Into ono end, which was raised the floor about two Inches by a block of wood nailed on the under side. To yank off a boot a man put one foot on the Jack and Inserted Die heel ot the other boot ln the, notch and pulled . his foot out of It. who hate to Tho "comic"; artists, give up the "props" of their craft, yet bootjack among the mis picture tho siles thrown at tho cat on tho bacl; yard fence or tho spooning lovers In but a ' bootjack the garden, has not for that purpose for many been used years, and It. Is likely that who see It In the pictures of thoso wonder what It Is. t Paper collars have gone, too, although, they nro yet made, In ever decreasing quality, and may be found on the sholves In small stores In the depths of tho Ozark region, far from tho railroad. Iiut in all of Kansas City there H not one. "Paper collars?" said the. manager store "You mean of a deiiartment collars. celluloid You'll find them In , the gents' furnishings." paper "No. I mean paper nine-tent- button and another hole In .the center Into which to screw- the shirt stud. disappeared trousers at a later period. The last grasp of the trousers leg was an exaggerated "bell" that came out almost to the shoe toe. With It was worn a quare-cu- t tack coat bound with wide braid, and with the same1 width of braid around the waistcoat and the scalloped flaps of the pockets. That sense to was too much for common stand, and there came a revolt "that trouswept braid and sers Into oblivion together. Kansas City Star. - How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Howard for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned have known F. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, and be In all lleve him pefrectly honorable financially business transactions, and able to carry out any obligations tnado by his firm. WAL.DING, KINNAN & MAnVIN, Wholesale, Druggists, Toledo, O Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and Testimucous surfaces of tho system. monials sent free. Price, "Jc, per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipam tion, Humor is Funny Thing. collars." ; country. bag has Bono Its Willi tho cirict Inseparable companion, tho cotton with tho rlUi of whalebono or brulla black cane and tho stick of woo), Fifty ytnrs ago, when the carpet bag was in Its prime, nearly all umbrellas Tiles' bud ribs of springy whalebone. vvvqro the prosperous days of tho whaling fleot out of New liodford and other Nsw England and the bulk' of whalebone biouuht from the arctic urn-(b- ut well-stock- hUh-toppe- "Who tho dickens over Jieard ot a collar made of paper?" he asked. Hut forty years ago. nearly everyone wore paper collars and paper dickies and jKiper cuffs. They wero made of stiff paper the, thickness of cardboard, outside with u thin covered on the layer of linen and stamped In the making, to imitate all linen with Imitation seams. They came a dozn in a round box and. they cost IS cents said tho listener, with a urln. Occasionally they were in "Yes," a box fancy boxes, such 'as a globe, with "humor Is a funny thing." Philadelphia O; map of the earth pasted on the out- Itecord. side. To dress up you first put on the paper, dlckie, made In Imitation of a FOR .FLETCHER'S linen 'shirt front, with a hole punched la tho top to, hitch It to the collar "Humor is a jocullar thing,' declared "Several the professional lecturer. nights ago I was lecturing before nn Immense houso ln town near Philadelphia and was giving what I consider the most humorous lecturo In my repedtorie. Hut try as hard us I could I did not get u laugh from the time I started until 1 finished. Stuff Hint usually. went big did WANTED Why he was late. ACTIVE MAN IN EACH LOCALITY not seem to Impress tho audience nt all, To Jolu this Society. Sick, accident, "What inndo you so late'" and they sat with tho most blank ex- death benefits. And introduce our "I met Siiilthson." pression on their faces. When 1 finished Memberships. AH or spare time. $50 "Woll.that Is no reason why you should I started back to my seat and in my to 300 a month. Every Member selo an hour late getting Homo to supper." got away from tho solemn sea cured slvea you a steady monthly Inhurry to come. Experience, not needed. Writ I "I knoir, but I nsked him how lie was of eyes, stumbled over a rug. In an InCovington, Ky. .feeling, and ho Insisted on telling mo stant the houso broke into a roar of for plaas. Box about his stomach troublo." laughter that lasted for five minutes." : doc-torsJI-29- in a chair bcwldo the desk of her son, Colonel E. H. It. Clreen, In What " their office on tho sixth floor of III Peace. If roadway. many ot us mako It? What do "You can rely on me for the truth A placo for and common 1 can tell you how Kelatlng trials. to live to be lirt. Displaying tempers. , "To live to any good old age, I ; Ilelng disagreeable. would prescribe for young people Dispute. tho , possession of, first, a good conscience; Haste. j. somi, a jnwjd appetite for tho lsst , Fault finding food, plainly cooked, and, third, good Frottlng and worrying. will to others. 1 For tears. If they will follow these rules they For snarls. will live as lohg asj they want to." For growling. Mrs. Green chuckled as she united For swearing. the strings of her boimett and said. For sulking. My I have Just saved one of tho For meanness such as none but a homo most expensive funerals ln companion should forgive. New York For ugliness such as none would In-- 1 This iKrson I cured, as I liave cured many others. I succeeded in filet upon n stranger. getting I'ulce opimmUo this: Home, a place her Interested ngaln in life. for rest, for cheer, for warmth, "You ask nfo how I feel this mornfor comfort, for forbearance, a placo for ing. Well, l'vo Kot tho spunk of twenty peace, repose, a place where tho soul men and feel five years younger than may extend a nobler, better on my last birthday. toward Much of my lite Home! Tho word Itself come from present good healtli 1 ascrlbo to tho tho Sansklrt "kesma," moaning abode, presence mar mo of m.v son, who U place of City a great help to me Kansas Star. "Must of my girlhood friends havo gone. Even tho two doctors who In ISGj A log on the Track. hald I could not live out that year, Of tho fast express means serious havo passed awny. Four of tho trusttrouble ahead if not removed, so docs ees of my father's estato havo died, loss of appetite. It means lack ot vital- and goodness knows how many lawity, loss of strength and nerve weakness. yers who wanted to advise me luive , If nppctlto falls, take Electric Hitters been taken from earth. quickly to overcomo tho cause by toning j "As every ono knows, my nunt and up tho stomach and curing the iudlges- - my father died within nine days of tlon. Michael Ilesshchner, of Lincoln each other. I was scheduled to folNob., had been sick over three years.but low soon. Uut Clod has sjwrcd me, and six bottles of Electric HIltcM put him) 1 am very gratiSful, Do I believe In ? light on his feet again. They havoholp-- j "I believe in them to a certain exed thousands. They ttvo pure blood, strong nerves, food digestion. Only W tent, but I believe tliat work will cure cents at all druglsts. almou any ordinary malady." m Is What is a Home. a home for? -- rest-secur- ity. i. How to Live Hundred Years. Mrs. Hotty Green, tho richest woman on her seventy-sevent- h birthday nnnlvcrsary, 21, November explulned how to live to be 100. "I liave nover sone up Jnto the cobwebs," said Mrs. Oreen, as she seated In tho world, "Did you tell him to tako Cliambor-laln'- s Ctnllrirn Cry CASTORIA h tn you will find nothing j better than Cliambeflahi's Uuiment. Try It and see how quickly It plves relief. For sale by all dcslers. in Wh.lt tin hai1u Kr.1,1 Tablets?" "Sure, that Is all dealers. For rlieumatlsm I'M yi'ii'iiirii m nn flie 'might be suppusea 7. V ssW BfjLHsLw fine Stallions and Jacks will be found at the following points: My My lino standard trotting bred stallion ALEX H. Register No. 37012, will make the season of 1912 at Whitesvillo 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 LIBERTY WOOD, is 5 year old jack and has proven himself a sure foal getter and fine breeder and 7 he has some colts foaled this spring, 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. 3-- 5 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 Pates ville.Ky. He will also make the season of 1912 at Fordsville, at $10.00. He is 151 hands high standard meas- ure black with white points weighs 10G8; 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 ioaled ' or mare parted with John Greenwell, the noted stallion and jack man, will handle Alex H. and Liberty at Whites-vill. xtf e. Tempest and and Chicago Pride will be in care of C. E. Miller, FORDSVILLE, KY. !&.' Why, If not to escape such observation? Then, he told himself, bo must Se right In his supposition that she lad something to fear, someone to ivold. What or whom? What was it all, what tho mystery that, ns ho i watched her, seemed to grow, to cling .about her like some formless, Impalpable garment? -j Events conspired to weave the man inte the warp and woof of her affairs; more quickly than ho could grasp tho reason for his sudden action, ho found himself and dashing aft at top By ipocd. Hut an Instant gono Mrs. LOUIS JOSEPI VANCE Prynno had passed him, unmolested and wrapped in her splendid isola tion; ami then from the nfter part of IHntlrdisos by Ellswtrth Toast the deck he had heard a slight and gtlarded cry of distress, and a small icuflllng sound. In two breaths ho was by her sldo Copyright 1W9, by Louis Joseph Vance and found her struggling desperately In the arms of a lascar a deck-hanCHAPTER XIX. on the steamer. At ilrst the strangeness of the busiThe wanderer had come upon Mrs. Prynno but onco since he bail board- ness so amazed O'Rourke that he his hand, briefly ed the Panjnab. That morning, him paused and held self early astir because of his vaguo rooted In action. For although it was misgivings, ho had discovered her on apparent that she had been caught off the hurricane deck of the liner; an In- her guard, wholly unprepared against conspicuous, slight figure In the shad- assault, and while she struggled fierceleaning upon the ly to hrcak the lascar's hold, the womow of a rail and gazing with (ho fancied) an still uttered no cry. A slnglo troubled eyes, out and across tho scream would have brought her aid; yet she held her tongue. iwaste below Ismalla. The two, the woman's slight, white , Though she must have been conscious of ncarlng footsteps, she had figure and tho lascar's gaunt and sinnot stirred, and ho had passed on, ewy one, strained and fought, swaying 'gaining but a fugitive glimpse of a Bllently In tho shadows, tensely, with 'profllo sweetly serious; nor had she' the effect of a fragment of some disappeared either at breakfast or lunch- ordered nightmare. But then, as tho eon. A clrcumstanco which led him lascar seemed about to overpower his to surmlso that sho did not court ob- - victim, O'Roqrko. electrified, sprang serration: an Idiosyncrasy which' upon the man's back. With one strong seemed passing strange In a woman arm deftly he embraced the fellow, an elbow beneath his chin forcing his so fair. told himself that sho wore an. bead up and back. With tho other He ;alr of watchfulness, of vague expec- band O'Rourko none too gently toro tancy, as though she, liko himself, away an arm encircling the woman. feared some untoward mishap; that Then wrenching the two npart, ho she had tho manner of ono definitely Bent a knee crashing into the small of apprehensive, constantly on guard tho lascar's back, all but breaking him In two, and so flung him sprawling against some unforeseen peril. scuppers. Now, ho asked himself, what could Into tho Without a word the man slid upon threatened her? And It bo? What his shoulders a full feet, why? while O'Rourko had a momentary Ho dimly promised himself the glimpse of his faco In the moonlight pleasure of her acquaintance, relying and sinister of expresIn tho rapid Intimacy that springs up sion with Its white, glaring eyeballs. between strangers on a long voyage, Then, In one bound, ho was on his with a still more Indefinite Intention feet again and springing llthely back to fit putting himself at her service In the attack: and as he came on a jagany cause that she might be pleased ged gleam of moonlight ran like lightto namo, provisionally: sho must not ning down the sinuous and formidable Interfere with his plans for reaching length ot a krls, most deadly of Rangoon "in ninety days." knives. That night he was hoping to find O'Rourke fell back a pace or two. ;the lady at dinner; but though tho His own hands were empty; he had ehlp'B company was small, he failed nothing but naked fists and high courto see her In the saloon, at either the age to pit against the lascar and his 'captain's, tho chief officer's or tho krls. Keenly alert, ho threw himself doctor's table; nor, so far as he could Into a pose of defence. determine, was she taking the air on But O'Rourko' had forgotten tho deck. Was it possible, then, that ho woman; it was enough that he had 'had been right, that she hod a reason made possible her escape, and be had equally as compelling as bis own for no thought other than she had fled. It isecludlng herself? Or, was it simply was, therefore, with as much surprise (and Infinitely more probably) that as relief that he caught the glimmer !Mrs. Prynne was indisposed, an ener- of her white figure as she thrust hervated victim of excessive heat? self before him and saw the lascar , The latter conjecture proved ap- bring up in the middle ot a leap, his parently the right one, Mrs. Prynne nose not an inch from the muzzle of tailing to appear during the two fol- an army Webley of lowing days, while the Panjnab was caliber. rocking down the Red Sea channel; Simultaneously, be heard her voice, ,and O'Rourke grew interested enough clear and incisive it low ot tone: (he had little else to occupy his mind, "Drop that knife!- for a duller voyage he had never The krls shivered upon the deck. . known) to give Danny permission to "Faith!" murmured the Irishman, pursue his inquiries: with an Injunc "and what manner of woman is this, tion, however, prohibiting too lavish now?" an expenditure of the boy's wealth of The lascar stood as rigid as though affection. Whereupon Danny return carven out of stone, long, gaunt legs ed with the information that the mis- shining softly brown beneath his cool. tress of Ceclle, the maid, was suffering from heat exhaustion. was entirely This reasonable. O'Rourke accented the demolition of his airy castles ot Romance, laughed lat himself, in part was successful in jputtlng the woman out of mind; doubUess, in time, he would have done so altogether, bad not the lady chosen to take the air the night that the Panjnab negotiated the Straits ot For on that same night, O'Rourke, himself wakeful, was minded to sit up and watch the lights oi renin isianu ueave into view. O'Rourke, in a deck-cha- ir on the starboard side, well cloaked in the shadow of the deck above, watch ed the other passengers, one by one, yawn, stretch and quiet slip below to stuffy staterooms. He suffered a dreamy eye to rove where It would, greedy ot the night's superb illusion. Four bells two o'clock chimed 'upon his consciousness like a physical shock. He verified the hour by his watch and, reluctantly enough, agreed Found Her Struggling Desperately In that it was time be got himself to the Arms of a Latcar. bed. He half rose from his chair, then sank back with an Inaudible catch ot dazzling white cummerbund, the uphis breath. Without warning the ap- per half of his body lost in the shadow woman had of the deck, a gray blur standing Tor parition of a white-cla- d invaded the promenade deck. For an his. turban. O'Rourke stepped forward, with a .instant he hardly credited his eyes, then, with a nod ot recognition, be quick movement kicking the krls over, board, and would have seized the felidentified Mrs. Prynne. Unquestionably unconscious of his low but that the woman Intervened. She Bald decisively: "It you please presence in the shadow, she fell to pacing to and fro. Now and again, -- no." Bewildered, O'Rourke hesitated. "I she stopped, and with chin oradled in Iter small hands, elbows on the rail, beg your pardon " be said In conwatched the approaching cliffs ot fusion. She, did not reply directly; her atArabia; then, with perhaps a sigh, returned to ber untimely constitutional. tention was all tor the lascar, whom Partly because be had no wish to ber revolver still covered. To him, startle ber, partly because be was "Got" she said s!rply, with a slgllfl-camotion ft the weapon. glad to watch unobserved (be bad a The lascar stepped back, with a sinrare eye for beauty, the O'Rourke), the wanderer sat on without moving, gle wriggle losing himself in the dense stirred only by active curiosity; The shadows. O'Rourke fairly gasped amasement strangeness of ber appearance upon deck' at such as hour fascinated bis at. the woman, who, on ber part, relBagiutloa so less than ber person treated slowly until berack touched beM bit eye. He gave Matself over the, railing. She remained very quiet, to vale and prosUless specalattoa. . and. thoroughly mistress of bersetf.'se-. . Why, he woedered, should she traytag agitation only by slightly beet) to her osWa the greater part of lulchesed breathing sad cold pallor. ( ssatw An ftabA AIaa tsilta ess I) AM "M ares racked the deck. on tltbsr ak - -- ) weBJBj -- ber? io ouweno hand; The Pool of Flame Uiat ho had no It was plnln faith In tho lascar, porliaifl npprchend- el his return; yet Ivor FplcnriM con- w d life-boa- t, half-doze- n dark-skinne- respect-compellin- g i their-chatte- at trol of her nerves evoked tho Irishman open admiration. "Faith!" he cried, breaking the tense silence, "'tis yourself shames me, madam, with tho courage of ye!" She flnr.hed him a glance, and laughed slightly. "Thank you," sho returned. "I'm sure I don't know where I should be now but for you." "Twns nothing at all. But yo'll pardon me for suggesting that ye bavo made a mistake, madam." "A mistake?" she echoed; and then, thoughtfully: "No, I shouldn't call It that." "Letting him go, I mean. Neither of us, I believe, could well Identify him. When ye report this outrago to the captain, whom will ye accuse?" "I shall accuso no one," she said quietly, "for I shan't report the affair." "Ye will not" he cried, astounded. "Indeed, I am quite sincere: I shall do nothing whatever about it. It Is, moreover, a favor which I shall ask ot you, to say nothing ot tho matter to anyone." O'Rourke hesitated, unwilling to that he had beard aright. "Believe me," she was saying earn estly, "I have good reason for making a request so unaccountable to you." "But but Mrs. Prynne 1" "Oh, you know me then?" she interrupted sharply. And her look was curious and Intent. "I 'tis faith 1" O'Rourko stammered. He felt his face burn. "Me valet told me," ho confessed miserably. " Tls a bit of flirtation he's been having with your maid, Ceclle, I believe, madam." "Ah, yes." Sue seemed unaccount-abrelieved. "You, then, are Colonel O'Rourke?" He bowed. "Terence O'Rourke, madam, and at your service, believe me." "I, am very glad," she said slowly, eyeing htm deliberately, "that, since I had to be aided, It came through one of whom I have heard so much " "Faith, Mrs. Prynne!" "And I thank you a second time, very heartily!" She offered him her hand, and smiled bewitchlngly. "'Tls embarrassing me ye are," he protested. "Faith, to be thanked twice for bo slight a service! I can only wish that I might do more " "It Is possible," she said, apparently not In the least displeased by his presumption "It is possible that I may take you at your word, Colonel O'Rourke." In her eyes, Intent upon his, he fancied that he recognized an amused flicker, with, perhaps, a trace of deeper emotion: the kindling interest of a woman in a strong man, with whose signals he was not unfamiliar. Pride and his conceit stirred in his breast. '"Twould be the delight of me life," he told ber In an ecstasy. "Don't be too sure, I warn you, colonel." Her manner was now arch, her smile entirely charming. "It might be no light service I should require of you." "Ye couldn't ask one too heavy. . . . But 'tls weary ye are, Mrs. Prynne?" he inquired, solicitous. "Very." There was in fact an Indefinite modulation of weariness in her voice. "I'm only a woman?' she said faintly, with a little gesture of deprecation; "and my ways are hedged about with grave perils " "'Tls the O'Rourke would gladly brave them all for ye, madam," he declared gallantly. "Command me what ye will." She lifted her gaze to bis, coloring divinely there in the He looked into her curiously bewitching eyes and saw there an appeal and a strange little tender smile. Her bead was so near bis shoulder that he was aware ot the vague, alluring perfume of her hair. Her scarlet lips parted . . . And he became suddenly aware that It behooved him to hold himself well In hand. It were an easy matter to Imagine hhnself swept off his feet, into a whirl of infatuation, with a little encouragement. And he was not unsophisticated enough to fall to see that encouragement would not bo lacking If he chose to recognize it. "Faith." he told himself, "I'm thinking 'twould be wiser tor me to take to me heela and run before . . ." He was spared the ignominious necessity ot flight. In two breaths they showed two very different pictures. Now they stood alone on (he dead white deck, alone with the night, the sea, the stars, the silence and the moonlight: O'Rourke a bit dismayed and wary, but as curious as any man in such a case; the woman apparently yielding to a sudden fascination for him, swaying a little toward him as It inviting the refuge ot bis arms. , .. And now she started away, clutching at her heart, with a little choking cry ot alarm; while beneath them the vessel was still quivering with a harsh yet deadened detonation like an explosion, together with a grinding crash and shriek of riven steel somewhere deep In the bold. Inexpressibly dismayed, they stared with wide and questioning eyes at one another, through a long minute tilled with an indescribable uproar: a succession ot shocks and thumps In the interior of the vessel gradually diminishing In severity while, in a pandemonium ot clamorous voices, the liner, like a strlckea thing, hesitated In Its southward surge, then slowly limped into a dead bait on the face ot the waters. be-liey moon-glamor. "I was Crippled, could hardly walk and had to Crawl down stairs at times on my hands My doctor told mc I and knees. had an acute attack of inflammatory rheumatism. I was in the hospital for weeks, but was scarcely able to I read about walk when I left it. 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Chllrn If you are subject to Coughs, Colds, Pains In the cheat and under ,,the shoulder blades,- If you have night sweats, hemorages or consumption on, any form, feel weak and run down, write us and we will send you a FULL SIZED DOT. TLB ot Germinal Emulsion, as a FKEB TIUAL and you can see for your self what the medicine, wlil do for you. ' If you will send us 25 cents, we will prepay the express charges, the pack age Is too large to go by mail. Address, OHIO MEPJCAL CO.. . ' ' COLUMBUS, O. LocH.BCvj Kj." . Cry " .?". C A gTORIA FOR FLETCHER'S ji ii j '"''" &:' - - nf Mi. ...i inwiiiiroimiMJliMlJjjuiMiiMiiij mn i , Tr,,,,,,,,). I Hartford Republican. atciwd ncrordlDR to lnw nt th l'ontotflct Hartford, Ky., n ronll mntttr ol the rcond less, of equity. If It docs not moan wibjec-tlo- n but Is retained only as n survhnl sentimental of former usaijo and for reasons then Its continued use amounts to practically nothing. Yet, tluit lulnu the cae, why retain It? C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER EDITORS Piano Contest Closes May This Has Been an Interesting and Enthusiastic Contest Every Day Intense Excitement Among the Contestants. IT IS STILL ANYBODY'S RACE. Only One More 1 OHIO COUNTY POULTRY. lluslnesn transactions that have taken within the past I l.ico In Ohio county the week are of such magnitude that moit ardent pessimist will, In falrncs, have to admit that this county. I" not growing from bad to worse, but Is on a progressive road. thTo At lUaver Dam "nnd Hartford poultry loads of have been vjvcii hlo county people within the delivered past week. A conservative estimate Is said to bo lS,tX pounds to the car, making a total of I.'O.Oju pounds of poultry shipped from a county having a population of :,6I2 people, according to the 1P10 census, it Is estimated that this alone means a distribution of something like $Kjm right here nt home, and for Its a product of the farm that Is In Infancy, and admitted by all to be given the least attention of nny marketable product. The number of poultiy of all Kinds In Ohio county when the last census was made Is glcn ns ll',793 and valued ut ?C1,3, nnd It Is conceded that an enor- mous growth has been made In two year j Judging from the recent sales of poultry nnd prices reocled It appears that inon- ey Is earned easier In this, manner. In, proportion to time and labor spent.than probably nny other product of the farm. The eggs from this enormous shipment Is also nn Item that brings in quite n little amount to the farmer each week, especially during the winter season. of It 1ms been commonly recognized late that the poultry Industry Is exper iencing more rapid development than any other special bianch of agriculture. The poultry crop Is Incieaslng In size each i year, but In splto of this the pi Ice of ns the various roultry products, such eggs, roasters, broilers, etc., Is stl'l rising. They may be due to a combln.i- Hon of conditions, but undoubtedly the j prlmnry reason Is tlio fact that poivltiy-- l men today are making use of moio mod em methods. The future of the poultry business appears to be very io.-- RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. A4drM M atl cotntnunlcatlona Hertford Republican. to NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS ent to n new Snlwcrlliern de.lrlnp th mUrr" must give the old nddref" In mnklng the reijnent. Un.nllclted monnfcrlptu will not beretnrueel onlfM nccomrnnled by in.tnire. Anonymous coramunlintlom will rettive no t'tr This Magnificient b0 nitration. Instrument will ornament the home of one of our customers after May 1st. Who will get it? This is the vital question that will be decided when the certifiIs now left of We e k. the exciteMake it the bigment. gest and best week of Joih. 31vr " -- Cu.na'bBPlo.n.A TEL3FII017ZS. - 22. " 16. -- 40. . """ I'ltlDAY, AIT.IL Life is getting to be ono State conven tlan lifter another. Many a politician who starts out on the band wagon walks home. J I i cates are finally For those riotous cure U presidential Ktate conventions, th preference primaries. the contest. Everybody is anxious to know the standing of the candidates. Everybody wants to know who is ahead, who has the best chance. I The present winter will be known in lilstory as the one tliat came back whenever It wanted to. VICTORIA BARNARD HOW THEY NOW STAND 9S.G0 TINA MIDKIFF 57,075 23.7(50 ... LnFollctte will haidjy go so far as to sue Col. llooscvelt for "alienating the affections'' of the progressive move'nient. Gold bearing coal Is said to have been discovered In Wyoming. That Is the Kind we have been paying for nil winter. Anyway It might not hurt the qandldate to read Ambassador Bryce's chapter on "Why Great Men Are Xot Chosen off Tom Jefferson's birthday passed Democratic quietly, again among our brethren with the customary after effect of headache and Indigestion. IRENE WARD BETTIE WELLS GERTRUDE SCHLEMMER MATTIE HICKS 7f,IOO 5:i,'535 ETHEL FUNK . . 20,015 MARY ELLIOTT DIXIE MOSELEY ANNIE MAY 3,775 25.2S5 17.S70 VIVIAN TAYLOR . CORA THOMASSON 00,225 32,215 20,820 5,(575 IRENE RENDER 2;:o . . BERNICE B. MILLER This Will be the Grandest Week of all There will be special sales every day. Goods that you need will be marked at prices that will tempt you tobuy. You should not miss the opportunity of visiting our store at least once every day. Tell your friends about the wonderful cash bargains we have. Get their certificates. Save your own certificates and remember that every certificate you get increases your chances of owning this elegant piano when the final count is made. at Our Store. ( y. The "Colonel1 always did think Illinois and Fennsylvanla were among the finest COL ROOSEVELT WINNING. states in the Union, and judging from The victory of Colonel Uooevo,lt in the the way they voted for him In the pri- presidential preference primaries of Nemaries, the people there .think he Is tin braska and Oregon on April 19th, practically clinches his nomination by the Re man In the Union for President. finest publican National Convention at ChicaBoston reports that the marriage a. go. bureau there shows Uhat no Hub If you have been working for a friend don't go back on Him or Her Now ;i r : vt SK great Republican States have now ladies proposo during leap year. Jlaybe presidential it merely Indicates that none of them expressed themselves by preference primary and ono has gone are accepted. overwhelmingly against Mr. Taft. These At a meeting of the Democratic Exec- States, In the order In which they have utive State Committee In Louisville Ia-- t voted, are North Dakota, Wisconsin, 11the Inols.Pennsylvanla, Nebraska and Oregon. Saturday it was otcd to hold carried four years ago by two hundred Thanks the Maccabees. State Convention aln that city on May They aggregate 19G delegates to the Na- thousand, as he did Illinois, nnd three Delegates to the Stto Coanvesntlon tional ConvenlUlon. Of these, Mr. Taft 29. hundred thousund.as ho did I'ennsj lvanla wJJl be selected by mass county convenhas carried 2 , from the Illinois districts is politically dead. tions held on May 23, except In counties controlled by tho noted Senator Lorl-me- r, "Southern delegates, obtained by stronsr containing first nnd second class cities, and 6 from districts In the city RePen- arm methods, never yet nominated a precinct mass conventions will be of Philadelphia where the where HHHIIIIIIIIIIIIKh 1LbbbbbbbbbbbbbH domlnanatlng. publican candidate. The great Northern is rose machine held. vJLbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbB In terms of delegates, the Taft candida States nre the determining factor. They by theso Senator Dixon, manager of the Itoose-"ve- lt cy has been sli are for Roosevelt. the Northern States 21 "Taft will be backed off the lioards be to 1. From these National Committee, said at IbbbbbbbbbbbbbW, '' .srsssm asssssssa headquarters at Washington Saturday: six great Republican .States, Colonel fore the Chicago convention. His man"611 delegates to the Republican NationRoosevelt has 132 Instructed, uncontested agers may bluff a bit about a comproal Convention have been elected up to delegates. Colonel Rooseclt leads Mr. mise candidate. Then they will stampede "The Republican nomination Is settled. nearly 20 to 1, In terms of deldate. Of these, 239 are for Col. UoOse-vel- t; Taft 85 for Mr. Taft; G for Senator CumAnd everywhere the question the Demegates. mins; S6 for Senator LaFollette: US United ocrats are considering 13: AVJio can t From every corner of the including S& from Now York States comes the same refrain: "itoos-1-vel- t Roosevelt?" Hark to the Pittsburg (Pa.) Gazotte-Tlme- s, is as good as nominated; Taft is btate nnd contests are pending In the cas whose fealty to Taft and Is remaining lt0." the cs of the out of the running." This chorus Penrose-Ollve- r machine Is beyond quessounded not alono by Progressive tion. Last Friday Vanderbllt Training School by heretofore of Iilkton, played baseball ngalnst the Reactionary organs; it Is tho view ex "Col. Roosevelt's victory In the Repub Normal School at Bowling Green, result- pressedeven publicly by men known ts lican primaries of Pennsylvania of ing in a scoie of 3 to 0 for the Train- strong partisans of the President. A few was so overwhelming that It Is ing School. The significance of the gam examples, taken at random from papers Impossible to question its meaning and was the pitching on both tcams.ln which received fclnce the landslide for Roose- not difficult to measure Its ultimate ef two Ohio county boys figured. In tlio velt In Illinois, and the avalanche In fect. Whatever Col. Roosevelt's alleged " ' SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHS Normal team was Mr. Greer, nnd on the Pennsylvania will suffice to show tho faults, tempcramentllly, economically. V. T. S. team was Allison Barnett. It general trend of opinion. lIIIIIIIIIIIIIIEBiIIIIIIIIIIIIIH political)' or otherwise, we have Indubiwould have been a treat to Ohio county For Instance, tho Topeka (Kansas) Cap table evidence now that this aggressive fans to have seen this buttle of "broth ltal, under tho caption "Taft Support personality nnd rugged eourago appeal to er against brother." ers' Hope About Gone" ays "that the the favorable consideration of a majorRoosevelt landslide In Pennsylvania put ity of the Republicans of this .Statu and Mr. Taft practically out of Uie running tliat they desire him as the party's noml OMITTED OR NOT OMITTED WILLIAM P. PIRTLU. To obey or not obey Is agitating the as a serious candidate for renomlnatlon nee for president." Hartford Tent K. O. T. M., Hartford, feminine mind in England. Especially Is was the general Impression oven among "It seemed that my It year old boy Ky. tliis true to Oioso who, as runch puts It strong Taft supporters." It then quotes Dear Sir Knights of Maccabees: 1 "contemplating matrimony." It till Charles Sessions, Secretary of .State of wr6te D. F. Howard, Aquone, X. C. nre 4 would have to lose his leg, on account wish to extend my heartfelt gratitude, arises from the fact that a bride took Kansas, thus: kindness shown me, on tho death the "In the language of Uncle Joe It's no of an ugly ulcer.caused by a bad bruise," for the exception to the word "obey"' in Plrtle. of my beloved son, WlUie P. remedies and doctors treatment marriage, and to the further fact that use to lie among ourselves. The result "All Bucklen's Arnica Thanks for your promptness In payJ'B failed till we tried In Pennsylvania hurt badly. I must contlio cclelastlcal authorities decided that box." his Llfo Policy, of one thousand dollars, the word could not bo omitted. As Is fess that it htunncd me, as It no doubt Salve.and cured hjm with one I sureInsupporters of President Tatt. Cures burns, bolls, skin eruptions, piles. within fifteen days of his death. did other well known In this country a large and the ly hold In heart kind regards for m creasing number of clergymen leave tho It was like a bolt from a ulcur sky. It 23c at all druggists. Knights of Maccabees for their fraterIs an enigma to ma why any considerable word out when marrying couples. Many who have read "The Vulture's nal Interest. Ueforo I close this card number of people, especially Republicans, Ail probability the practice of demandClaw" pronounce It to be one of the oi thanks allow mo to ask each member hu&band have turned against the President, but greatest ing tliat the wife obey he-of the later books. 1 Is filled as .they bow In prayer to remember us, orobe centuries ago when a woman was the returns fiom Illinois and Pcnnsjlvnn-l- a with genius and holds the reader's at(Jar. Willie's sweet .little babe, Oran gues Indicate tliat they have. I considered inferior to a man and when tention from the first In Intcnte, thrill- land and Its mother. good to was In ithe matter of Teddy's line of talk sounds a married woman ing Interest with not a dull page. The Sincerely, j prugjtcrity and other affairs almost en- them." plot is strikingly developed amidst tho SARAH D. PIRTLE. Says the Kansas City Times, (Progrestirely subjected to tho husband. rare beuuty of tlic Kentucky hills. The ojlrlt of the sive) In a leading editorial: "Pennsylvan13 ut tho more cnllghtonod Hartford Republican one full year and Forttue Facei. prcaent age has worked to .tlio advantog ia plus Illinois, In connection with Wis"The Vultme's Claw" all for ll.CO. S9tf. There's often much truth In the sayof woman. She in now generally regard consin, North Dakota, Kansas and MisYou will look a good while before you ing "her face Is her fortune," but Its cd, Uith legally and morally, especially souri, maan just one outcomeJloosevelt kln erup)lnd a better medicine for coughs and, never uud where pimples, on equality by acclamation. In .UUfi country, as being f Cough Remedy tions, blotches, or other blemishes with the man. That being the cose is "Ilarnes of New York saw the landslide colds than Chamberlain's it. Impure blood Is back of them It right that a woman in marrying should coming when he prevented Tatt Instruc- It not only kglvea relief It curts. Try all, and shows the need of Dr. King's It when you liava a cough or cold, and he moipellod U promise to "abey" her tions for the New York delegations. promote health husband? If the word as used In ithe ser "The President is out of the running. you are ctrtatn to be pleased with the New Ufe PJIls. Thy beauty.' Try them. X cents at all subjcsllon Uien It'- i Everybody know thai. A party leader prompt cure which it will effect, Sjor and vice utlll druffUts.' m tCpVtrfpy to ttw spirit of the times, and who Is overwhelmed In States that he soje by all dealers. a - PAIR HARTFORD, HE FAIR DEALERS COMPANY KENTUCKY. It Will Fay Bef o You Boar io See Me and My iHIIIIIIIIIIHkhIIIIIHIIIIIH .1-- 2 PIANOS HARTFORD MUSIC COMPANY Factory Representative for be-a- ut Sat-uid- HIGH GRADE PIANOS Player Pianos and Organs. HARTFORD, M . KENTUCKY. fSUPPOSEl Your Residence or Business Should Burn Tonight IS IT INSURED? " r ii look after that Insurance A few dollars may mean hundreds or thousands to you. To be sure you get the beBt protection place it with Better NOW. i re Ney Foster J.Fire Insurance Dealer 44W mns ' m .,. Mrs. HI. I!nli(l Shaver, of route H. 1 Car Loads The total weight of a little over one hundred thousand pounds of Ohio county's poultry was rew ceived by us Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of last week; distributing among our farmers about I SIX Huttcr llcnns nt U. cents. I'lcnty of Seed Potatoes at Isqulto which no doubt many ha-horctoforo ben apprised, npd for that reason liavo been unnblo to attend to business or my Cnrsnn's, 8 dutlos official or otherwise. , Mf. My unfortunato nttnek of the dreaded 7, vvii U. 8. Car-sou- 's malndy has caused grave niprchenon 4ttf Huy Unweave, tlio, new Whlto rubric. Unrnnrd & Co., jelling tifnt. on tho tmrt of quite n few IikmiI people-- , not on my account especially, thnuxli many of my friends have been so'leltous Kor cablinBP, tomato nml sweet potato 4MI slips call on Albert Hint. Mr. 11. C. Halrtl, route 7, pnltl lteiiubllcnn a call ycstcnlny. The Wlilln If ln.ln. "Hoi Jilirk" Srtc. Rnff Iltf. for Xc cash nt U. S. Cnrsons. Ituy Milliner) form Mr. Gertrude 'Dean. Yoil will not repent later. flno ciunllty printing of any kind call on Tlio lliirtforcl llepulillcan. Mr. D. V. Klnunel, of Cenulvo, wob n pleasant enller jit ttio'llepiibltcan offlco Wednesday. thirteen thousand dollars. We Made the Prices Our farmers' wives furnished the poultry. We use all sorts of business alertness to secure the best piice for the produce you have to sell. We Ilncket's vlapo Curo kills tlio worm" as well as the Germs. J'or Nile by Ohio County Drus Co. Mrs. Mnrvln Most ley lias been ) Iito this week from Owensboro, tlio BUeit of Mis-- Helm Ita'ph. Commonwealth Attorney Ken I). Tlln-kof Owensboro, Is nttcmlltiK circuit court hero this week. 1'rlccs In mh- o, Hammer the Price Down as low Printing Uepnrtment nro rlKht.Glvo The Kepubllcan a call. AH orders given prompt attention. Is vUltliur M. KoRcrs as is consistent with legitimate merchan- Mrs. John Wesley T.iylur, of I.cltchrlcl her parents, Mr. nnl Mrs. 'J. at Cromwell this week. dise on everything you want to buy. offer you nothing but a square, fair deal in both buying and selling. We will guard your interests in every transaction. We have the merchandise. We want We V, Mr. Henry .lone mul IJeut. C. Shown, of Uod.i, jmfd Tlio Kepubllcan a pleasant call Tuesday afternoon. VANTi:i)-T- wo slrls to help Willi cooklnj; ami housework. tS3tC DIt. L. U. 1U1AX, Hartford, icy 1Ziv. Mack Cook, of Arnold nml Mr. J. A. Johnson, of No Creek, were callers at The Kepubllcan offlco, Wednesday. some of your business. Mrs. M. A. "nil children, JInr liave tine nml Charles, of Owensboro, Jolneil Mr. l'niiKht .here, and hnva rooms at the Coniniprcl.it Hotel. thu new German Rem. edy for apjK'iidlcltls, or any sloma'.'h trouble, on sale at OHIO COUNTV DRUC CO. AllLKK-l-K- E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Darn, Ky. m i The first of the month Is ilKht here. so why not let TJio Krpubllciui rlnt you somo bill lieails or rtatejnents for your business. Jklcssr. H. T. Lea'h-andHOnr- Stevens s nf route 3,Ucuver lXam, p.ild TJie Itepuhi llcan a call Wednesday and renewed thtlr fcubscrlptlonn to tills paper. Hartford Republican, FRIDAY. AIUUL 6. M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. L.UN. 4A lime card effective Monday Aug. 21fit. nyvtitt1 H.trt VHl 710 ta. m. daily except Sunday. No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. daily except Sunday. 116 South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. No. dally except Sunday. No. 113 South Bound d'ue 1:46 p m. daily except Sunday. H. E. UISCHKE AgU HjilcndJd Barnard .i Co. have 10c I.lncn like jio Mr. Koy Miller, who suffen.il a stroke i'f paralysis recently ut SUiXford. Arizon If U Is not butter.le.ivo It. as brought homo this weakSjyJils fatlio Mr. W. H. Tlnsley transacted bnslness Judge J. P. .Miller, and Is tlioucht to In LoulsUlle tho first of this week. Ho getting along very well. N'ew 3lo.ttliu;H In variety at Barnard when you contiimnlato buying hardware & Go's. HoUKlit rlKht and priced rldit. farming implements of any kind, re Read the special offer concernbis the member I can Hi.ve you money. on new book, "Tho Vulture's CIuw,' S. L. KING. paae of this Uaue, tt 39tf another Hartford, Ky. Miss Jcnnlo T3recn, of 1'o.lls of Rou'l.N Mrs. Laura Tate Jelt Tuosilay morning MiltllttljlV ilttOT AlMfnd- - . .V.M...V.. Ida JJ- - n.fn.nMl ...... for Church, Grayson county, Ky., wliere "Imr several moniiis lournu, in umi'i slie will visit relatives a tow days,, la my ter leaving for LouU-ille- , "WTliore she Quick soles and tirmll profits Is will take an advanced courso in motto. Call and be convinced. other. l- about my welfare Rnd speedy recovery, for each nml nil of whom 1 luivo n 'ten der rcmembernnco and most kindly feed ing, nut there hno been many whoso greatest concern seemed to bo that In somo mystorlous mnnner they would contract tho disease from me. To those 1 I offer tho following explanation: became 111 during tho night of March 27 and called Dr. J. W. Tnylor next morn ing. Tho following day morning ho call ed again nml told mo that ho had to leave town. That was Friday. Late tho same afternoon I hnd grown o mush worse that Dr. A. 11. Hlley was calla'l. I nplKin ntly and did Improve materially, but on Sunday morning n few papules were observed on my fnco nnd hands. On Monday morning April 1, Dr. S. .'. AVeildlng tho county health officer, at and of Dr. Riley, called nftcr thorough examination pronounced the trouble "chltlicn-pox.- " After that tlmo everyone who called was Informed who nnd thoio that 1 had chicken-pohnd not previously had that disease left my room nt once. On Monday April S, to after I had sufficiently recovered have been sitting up K days. Dr. S. J. Wedding again called and on examination pronounced my troublo "Smallpox"' and thereupon placed myself and thoso In the hotuiu under quarantine. After tl'.it dato until the quarantine was raised, April Z, 'no one--, except the attending phjslclnn was allowed to or did did come Inside my yard, nnd I not during that tlmo leavo my premises within nnd was ndt to my knowledgo transmissible distance of n iiasserby or an) onc,a.t least no nearer than my front porch. I dlil not know ut Uio time I I became III nnd did not learn until was iiiar.uitincd that I had been exposed to any contagious disease. 1 then learned that the family of Mr. W. P. girl, of the Render and my neighborhood, I visited March 9 or 10 ivero at that tlmo and subsequent thereto, of which they were not aware. afKIctcd wltji some contagion which their attending physician on March ' 31 diagnosed as "chicken-poaccordance with the physician's inIn struction. I luivo used .every precaution, since being apprised of the fact that I hail Smallpox and before as well to prevent the Inoculation of others and truly regret" that anyone should become solunduly alarmed sis to feel apprehen sive lest "he should In somo mysterious manner contract tho malady from me. C. E. SMITH, County Attorney Ohio County. nee x Spring Brides To Be Are urged to advise with us for their outfit. Our stock of fine White Goods, Lingerie, Lawns, fine Nainsooks, dainty Ribbons and Laces and the many little fancies and frills you will needr is in fine shape to supply your needs. Our Milliner will fix you with a Hat that will satisfy and please. Every de- partment has many good things for your inspection. Depend on lby x. BARNARD&CO. Hartford, Kentucky. P. S. The above is not penned In a spirit oI criticism but tliat the facts may bo known. Jn fairness to the physicians who diagnosed my case will say that according to jny judgment there was not Hue slightest similarity in lhe person looks iof the eruptions on my when they .first ajipcaral and their .appearance a few days thereafter. C. E. 5. May is the montht : yrfw of bud Mid Dromise. $&biM Ibu need notm&ke -- JjfeSLWV JX 2 ma raBBBsrsrXsBnytiD I promises vhcnyoa have the (roods then Card af Thanks. To the many .friends and acquaintances who so ' kindly gave us their aid, comfort, and sympathy w;hen. recently death came to our home, ,we extend our heartfelt .thanks. TEOMAS .J. SMITH and FAMILY. a a f.fiu you cmi make good. 'Hr sstsssiwf) S. L. KINO, value In wide embroidery. HAICAKD A CO. In 5P( Attorney It. K. Leo Slmiucrman was Louisville this wu-k-. How is your U. V. D,T Supply etatlon at liarnanl & Co. tlio Mr. M. A. l'auBht, Mannur of Hartford Muslu Co., was In lioulsvllle tills week on business. " If you would tnjoy a dish of puie, rich 'ice Cream niado from whole Cream, try OHIO COUNTY DUUQ CO. Among the cullers at tlio Republican offlco Tuesday, were Messrs. 13. S. Centertown; L. P. Foreman mid J. W O'Uannon, city. Iirl, , STTTnmiieeil of anytlihiK usually kept hardware store, rememIn an ber I can save you money on cuch anJ S. I KINO, every purchase. Hartford, Ky. 38tf near Beda. Mr. Henry Jones, llvui hod Uio misfortune to lose p. flnoypun horse valued at $125. Sunday nJi'lit About tliat 10 o'clock In the electrical atorm went over the county. . i You would be surprised to ee what ' useful artlclea"can be had In tho 10c de- Hardware partment of 8. I King's . Btore, yourself. Hartord. need Step In and. see for ' "When you U , or fnrn Wm Harrow, Cultl kinds 'Jtango Cook Stove or New Perfection on S. I Kins. Hartford, ,OU Stove-c- all tf. bf supplied at a bargain. and a Drill Of PlOW all X Comb Buff EdOS TOR ;Orplnto Chicken, and Indian Runntr W cenU per K. 'lDuck. "V'Duck tm 74 oeiUa per 13. .jOrp-nttoB ''J MRS. C. A. WILSON, County Attorney C. E. BmWi, .who lor Ky.. several weks has been conttnoQ :to his Mr. Joe B. Slogcrs, of Hellicr. has tieen vIsltlnB In Beaver Dam tills house on account iof the smallpox has and ithe quarantmo jwas week and transacted buslnesa here Tues lully suspended Wednesday and Mr. Smith Is day. again at his office. Ho got nAiois splenMi- - T'nmnnv Huff, of IOUlsVllle. didly all thru his illness u ...... ff.ln. fn- - a .wnoba vtalt U'HIl rtfl are glad to see htm out and Ida friends 4."A lUIILLilS I'lli again. DnfW n.tlve in and around Dundee. Mrs. "The Vulture's Claw" is full at Chris camo down pcveml days hko. uanlty, complications comedy, romance Before you buy Plnt tills sprint; rs and tragedy and written by Rev. C. !'. "our below'' wholestilo prices on paint. Wimberly, who held the Methodist reWo are not solntr to handle. a,lnt after vival in Hartford recently. It Is a wonthis season. derful book and we are offering It and OHIO COUNTV DRUQ CO. The Republican for one year for Dr. S. D. Tuylor, of lUaver Dam, and Send your orders before .books are exhaust Capt. O. IL Dockcry, wlio is In charge ed. 39tf of tho U. S. recrultliiK offlco at LouisRockport, died at Mrs. Alex Curtis, of ville, were In tills city Tuesday afternoo" Saturday her home at dlockport last puld The Republican a . pleasant and morning about 5 o'clock, oxter an call. tVio Is ncwi ocrln.s several months. chilcook survived by a husband and two WHITE GIRtr WNTED-T- o be dren. Miss Kern and Hayden. Funeral and do eenerul housowork. Must John services were conducted by Rev. Oood homo In steady and reliable. Baptist every Cosebler at the Centertown Ky and good wages week. .Call or write The Hartford Re- Church Saturday afternoon, and her' remains Interred ia tlio Centertown cemepublican. tery. Mrs. Curtis had been a member get ready to install your of the Baptist church for many years, When description telephone, call on us tor and was Well known In Hartford, having and price of the famous 'eatern Electric resided here a few years ago. Telejihone for farmers' lines it Is truly The members of Uio Kentucky eduO'Bonnon the' farmers' friend. taokjlng forBoston, Hartfoid and Beaver cational Association are and W. C. M ward wltli much interest ao tip next ' Daln. Ky. meeting of the Association at LouisVpu will like "The Culture'! Claw" bv ville on June 23, 2t and 27. U Is exRev. C. F. VJmberly, because the plot pected that this meeting will bo a l the a strong one; 'it Is taken from the sort of where all and life we see dally, around us, but .the au- members of the profession maet thor has chosen and used with wonder- greet, exchange oplnlnr- and exper ful ability tho characters with which all iences, trials and tribulations, plan antici of us are familiar. So realistic are his and devices. The phasurable nycsU'.nt profcislonul Die word pictures, that every reader of the pations, story can, and does select 'some from talks, and round table chat are en with the joyable features o( the assoclatioa. bis community to coincide characters of lh'b5ok. "The Yultuxejs sending SCaNsssssn. Olaw" Is sol4 tor tyM, ' only liK to the Hartford Republican you To The Public V I have been confined' at home on ac get UK book and the newspaper for. one u count of Smallpox sine sUrcti KT; of V. yiar. i- 33tf Hartford. Ky. 24 -- Notice to Republican Committeemen. oX All Republican proolnct chairmen Ohio county are lierohy directed to hold precinct meetings at eaioh of itheir voting precincts on Saturday iMay 4, 1912 at 2 o'clock for the purpose of clewtlng precinct clialrmen for tour years. All cliairmen so elected are asked to meet In Hartford, Saturday May U, 1912 for Uio purpose of selecting chairman and Secretary and organizing ,t)io new Executive Committee. R. a. MARTIN. Ch'm'n. ' J. NEV FOSTER, Secretary. Ohio County Republican Executive Cora laltteo. 2rmk CjDQfjHP1 flLv mv-ns- , !.. 111- Bloom out In merry new clothes for terry May time. Merriment Is the due of every Individual; life vas meant to be merry. The clothes ve.sell are "Individual" clothes. They give us Individuality; they will give you Individuality. Ve not only sell distinct clothes, but ve sell them at prices distinctly just. Ve want your trade as long as you live; ye knoV the way to get.lt Is to give you goods at short profits. ; Special Sermon Sunday. Eld.' W. B. Wright, pastor of tho First Christian Church, announces that at tho regular Sunday morning service the he will preach on "The W.omeji of Bible." He extends a special invitation to the ladles to be present at tills service Regular services also at 7:30 Sunday even tag. )u J.V. '' '' Foultry Received home-comin- - produce Mr. W. E, Ellis, the local r ot man Monday afternoon slUpped a poultry weighing 18,260 pounds to the Eastern markets. This shipment makes a total of about 45,000 pounds of poultry. which he has shipped In car lots since February 1. He has also shipped over 22,160 doxen of eggs from Hartfprd since ii Hartford. January 1. CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. bujr Naw Call as or address, HARTFORD :- rim for Salt. Piano to trade tor. good .. .-.. horse. . .. 'tfrk - ' J .. . MUSIC CO., Hartford, Kentucky. .. Hartford.' Ky. M. v. ?7MiRfln4nMVfw'(vwhnWwrt0twtdAM from United removal of nil the crop year to year, with no talk, stubble or : weeds to plow under.wlll n tnioresu't : In jxisltlvc soil deterioration. : Making the Soil Fertile. Tho iuot striking nnd ,liolcomo cx.ini : ; cf plo of a total crop removal Is that cutting corn or fodder, removing the plant and leaving nlmot nothing to ho returned to tho soil. Stovcr.com Ono of Uie primary things to be consld Rt'ill.s nnd blade.", of course, hnvo feed-In- g crod In relation to oll fertility Is tho nlue, nnd It Is economy In iinny texture of the xoll, or Its nliyslrnl con- cases to 1UIII7.0 such for winter roughnes nn dition . Almost nil foils cnntnln Howevcr.lf the soil Is not as fertile ns It abumlnnco of plant food for largo crop should be, It would bo better economy ylolils for many yenrs In micccslon, yet In tho end In many caes to husk the tho physical Btnlo of tlio soil Is such corn In tho field, leaving nil tho that very little of the plant food Is avail of tlio crop to bo returned ta It A able, or In a condition jkucIi that tho soil for decay nnd enrichment. can be dissolved by soil water and ab- good way to handle corn stalks for this sorbed by tho roqts of growing plants. nfWr purpose Is to drag them down A rock may bo rich In mineral com husking tlmo and allow them to Ho on lalnt tlm wet soil for partial decay till tho pound that might bo of use as foods, yet they nro sealed and cemented field Is ngnln ready for tho plow. It la a best, If tho stnlks can bo dragged down In one large hard mass, with pnly Miiall fraction of the muss exposed for In early winter, so that they may Ho The disintegration and root action. Only n on tho ground for a long season. of plants same Is true for dead weeds and other few of tho lowest And luirdli-srocks. dry trash. When n fluid, covered with can absorb a living from bare bo Rocky, gravelly and sandy soils are in- corn stalks or other trash, Is to o fertile simply because by far the greater plowed, it is well to go over tho and cut amount of plant food Is bound up with a heavy, sharp disc to held away from tho absorbing action of the trash, into short lengths for Vaster the roots of plants grown upon thorn. plowing nnd for quicker decomposition Dynamiting rocky and hard soils, pf lato when the trash Is turned under. On hilyears, has been found beneficial, since ly fields or any soil subject to wash-Ine the powerful action of the explosives stalks nnd other trash on the down In tho ground loosens up, breaks during lato fall, winter and early will to pieces, makes finer and creates cavi- spring when no crop Is growing ties in tho soli below for greater nur- aid wonderfully n preventing soil ture holding capacity, greater atmosnliu? and a crop of stalks allowed to reic action, greater and deeper bacterial main on tho field Is nn essay and econnd action and hence a much moro liberal nomical way of saving the soil supply of soluble plant foods for crops holding Its fertility growth of vailous kinds. The samo is similarly true of otliT crops thing, then, In treating soil crops. Wheat and otner grain The first for increasing its fertility is to improe should bo cut ns liltjh as possible, so as its physical stato of texture. Plowing to leave an abundance of stuble on the the or deep discing is one of tlio common ground to bo plowed under. All means of Improving the texture of soil straw from such grain crops, where not that has laid for several months or a used for stock feed, should either be year or moic. Unbroken soil by naturo used for feeding or hauled nnd scattered gradually settles, becomes compact, and over the .'and where it will in general 4s not favorable for wide and erosion and becomes humus. field deep root action of our ordinary Stable manure is ono of the best gener and garden crops. "With tho settling al fertilizers readily available for farm are piopontlon-In- g for several montlis, it becomes so com- use. Farmers of Immore and better stable manure than pact that tho surface Is ons solid, pervious crust, hard and resisting, with they did in the last, and most of them reare utilizing It In a better way. Stablo bacterial nctlon and decomposition physical minimum The soil becomes manure greatly improves tho duced to a aplifeless, as it 'were, and the plow stirs nature of tho soil to which it is furnishing considerable up to renew Its life forces. Tho deep- plied, besides it The er it Is plowed In a reasonably dry state, amounts of soluble plant foods. the more life and fertility will be giv- best way to use this cheap but valuable fertilizer as to haul It en to it. Tlio next step In treating the soil for directly to the fields as fast as It accu shallow mulates. The best way to apply It is increased fertility is thtougli e cultivation. This breaks with a manure spreader, so that It will and divided up tho large, solid soil masses left in bo evenly distributed, finely the furrow by the plow, making them and In a condition for easy and perfect fine and allowing them to coma In .con- mixing with the cultivated soil. There tact with nir and other natural nsencles is no danger of "burning" the crop when ior further reduction, setting free impris- tho manure Is scattered with a modern soil spreader Allowing table or lot manure oned plant foods. Unless plowed wet, it Is Impossible to stir It too to lie outside In heaps, subjected to the be will much or to make It too fine with mod- action of rains nnd the elements, working. result In losses by leaching and heating ern implements for surfaco or more of Even by harrowing or discing, one can to tho extent of often add to the good physical nature the product Where the farmer wishes to maintain of the soil of the field as much or more tlian by spending the same time Jiaul-ln- g and Increase the fertility of his land, and spreading fertilizers upon it, too much emphasis can not be placed not counting the cost of the later. This upon liberal bedding In of the live stock Is the reason why it Is so essential to Straw and other similar dry matter used are absorbing macultivate and recultivate a young, grow- for this purpose crop, such as corn or potatoes. Tho terials for the stall liquids, the richest ing for Jrequeat stirring of the soil before the part of the manure. The straw roots of the growing plants have spread bedding, as well as the feeds which tho far breaks up the unyielding soil masses animals consume, have been taken rom Jnto a jiowdery state, into which the the fields. If plenty of bedding is us;d penetrate and to absorb all of the liquids In stables. feeding roots can easily Culand the manure hauled and scattered up- find abundance of nourishment. killing on the land as fast us it is made, then tivation is not essentially for weeds, but to make the texture of the the soil will be given practically all plants that .was taken from it. oll no good that tho cultUuted Not as much manure is produced In will push ahead and crowd out weeds. Mixing the soil is very similar to mix- the summer as at other seasons, when ing the Ingredients of bread or coneroto tho animals are boused more, yet some The good baker and the good coneroto Is made, nnd this should be carefully thoroughly saved and used. It may bo placed oa man mix their mateiials o an ldlo field not growing a crop. One when dry. They stir tlio mixtures well that all tlio articles of tho differ good way to i!o summer manure Is to tho nt materials touch one another; unless scatter It on tho surfaco between rows of a growing crop. This practlco this is done, light bruad and hard tho will not result. And the fanner Is gradually gaining favor among who eternally m!ts his boll when it is best farmers. use dry, is the ono who will grow the largest The subject of tho composition, .and most profitably crops, other things and value of different commercial fer tonsjilertd. tilisers Is a long one. IIowcer there Is using way to Improvo tho physical ono main point to consider in Another condition of the soil Ib to odd to it und them. Commercial fertlllzeis nro always connection incorpoiate with It plant used to best advantage In Theto may be in the form of weeds or with stablo manure or where tho soil Is other giowth from tho field, or manure well supplied with humus Where- they from tlio stablcs or lots; they result in are used year after year In thin land the tajne thing in the end, nlthoush.uf tho soil gradually burns out and becomes coulee, fctnblo manure Is in a. tnoro con- Ifeess. VI the sol full of stublo nianuro centrated form. Thebo organic material or other organlo matter, and commercial form humus, and when humus Is lidded fertlllzeis can bo used with profit. Globe to the toll It not only niproves lis phy- bcmociut. sical nature, but adds actual plant Saved by his wife. loods as well. The aerugu funnel- neiother She's a wise woman who knows Just nor can secuio from ther has, his what to do when her husband's llfo Is In cources, enough nvanuro to cover faun with even a light dressing ivory danger, but Mrs. It. J. Flint, llrnlntrce, on and Vt is of that kind. "She insisted year. Yet by Judicious cropping always my using Mr. King's New discovery," harvesting of crops, ho may cough, gl; his fields an annual coating, though writes Mr. F, "for a dreadful may be, of plant substances In when I was so weak my friends all It thought I had only a short tlmo to the form of stuble, stalks and weeds. good management to re live, and It ooin4etcly cured me." A Jt In move all of any ciop from a field unless quick cure for coughs and colds, its tho for It Is certain that tho field can bo cover moit safe and reliable medicine grip, ed with stable manure of soma other many throat and lung troubles form of plant substance before another bronchitis, croup, whooping cough, quinsy will A trial crop U planted On fertile Mil, one or tonsllitls, liemuiorrhagts. may convince you. Wets and (1.00. Guarantwo BCtfuana fit suclt treatment m teed by all druggists. attue up wrectable change, yt-- t . on-tit stir-facg, sur-faceru-slo- prent to-d- home-produc- deep-surfac- one-ha- lf F. Dlrkhead. Judge; Circuit Court-- T. Ben V. ningo, Attorney; V. I Mldklff, Jailer; E. O. Uarrass, Clerk; F. h. Master Commlsloner; 11. T. Collins, disordered. Dr. R. V. Pierce found yenrs ngn that n tfycens extract 01 golden seal and Trustee Jury Fund; T. 11. lllnck, Sheriff, Hartford. iJcfiutliw M. O. Oregon drape roots, queen's root nnd blooJtrnt with Hack chcrrybark, would help Dam; tl. 1", Junes, 'tmito u, Hurt the assimilation of the food in the stomach, orrtct liver ills and in Nature's own ford; V. 1'. liirp, Itosino. Court cou-incorpuscles, This medicine he way increase the red hlooJ first Monday in bVbruary lUid con II.,'. tlnue-rtl ,'te tt'tikx; thud .Monday In .1 I'll, Medical Dis 1:1 called Dr. I'icrce't Golden twm wwkij October Intini! the food the fitter .is nourished nnd the blood two wveks. tliliit Monday In takes on n rich red color. Nervousness Is only " the cry County Court. It. R. Wedding, Judge; of the starved nerves for food," nnd when the nerves are W. S. Tlnsley, Clerk, C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hurt ford. Court convenes first fed on rich red blood the person looses those irritable feel Monday ln each month. ings, sleeps well at niiJltt and is refreshed in the morning. quarterly (Juuiterly Court Begins on cvcre nr rvmis dlicnc. which wn cnufnl hf the fourth Monday In February, May, 1 "I was A J n disorderednttneked with nliver," writes Mb. Jas. I). Lively, of Washstomach nnd August and November. All my friends thought I svnulJ die nnd burn. Tonn., Itouto 2. 1!oX 3J. Court of Clulms Convenes Mrst Tuesthe best physicians pae me up. I was tdtbed to try Dr. Pierre 1 day In January and first Tuttiluy In erv. nnd derived much benefit from same, iljr October. UolilrnMnllc.il Discos (Tect case hud run no limp, it had I rcomo so chronic that nothintr would t S. Morfey, Other County Offlcerc-- C. n permanent cure, but Dr. Pierco"s mcdlclno has done much for me and Fordsville, Ky., It. F. 1J. heartily advise Its use o n sprlmt tonic, an I Surveyor, I hlchly rerommen it. Felix Half further nilvlso nll!ng people to tiile Dr. Pierce's medicines before their No. 2; Iternurd D. No. .Assessor, I.eueli, 3; Henry ford. Ky.. It. F. J. D. Lively, Esq. diseases have run so lonis that there la no chanco to bo cuml. Superintendent, Dr. A. li. Hartford; Kiiey, Coroner, liurtlord, Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser. 31 stamps, to pay for wrapping and mailing only. JUSTICES' COUnTS. D. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday 3rd Monduy In March, Tuesday uto.ro after3rd Monduy In June, Tuesd' after used for covering the seed, nnd ter To Grow Early Cucumbers. too 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after not to cover them Karly cucumbers, like almost all oth- must bo taken deep. It Is well to have tho bed Well . K. Scott, Cromwell, Wedncdny nfter vegetables and fruits, nre In Btrong er , warnictl up iiviuru uie iuiuuihk in t,iic. 3rd Monday ln June, Wednesday nfter demand nt handsome prices early conditions, With favorable the plants 3rd Monday in September, Wednesday .... nfftf... Ip.l Inn.lM.. l the season: The first on our own oleal iMI I.a In itiHAn fnim .1nsd v u " John II. Miles, Itockport, Friday after " the season. The first on our own local 1" Monday T1,e ",,co,ten ot B0a 'o11 'ermines l2rJ Monduy in March, Friday after 13rd in June, Friday jtfter 3rd later they sell for three for a dlme.and n mnrUca ,cKreo t,,c succc-- s ln BTOW-n- s Monday in September, Frlduy ufttr 3rd still later at two for a nickel. As soonlto in December. j Monday "Hcucumbers. They require J- C. Jackson, Centertown, Saturday everybody begins to bring them in!""--' Pod Monday loos, ,o;,my soU' ',,,pI,llc,, ttlt" March. n" after 3rdMnmln.i I..In ,.... t Saturday it ... tar 3r.t -. they soon drop to a comparatively low, i June, V. "".In September, ouiuruuy uiier 111 K"i' 3rd Monday Saturday affigure, and remain low the rest of the aunnunncc 01 iiiuuui?, im-ter 3rd Monduy ln December. unsatisfactory results In a heavy clay . C. Cook, Itenfrow, Tuseday season1 There Is seldom any profit to egetnblo -- nd Monday In Mun.li. Tuesday after oll deficient In decompiled speak of In .the late crop, except for rid Moneiuy in Muy, Tuesduy afternftur 3rd e.po. mattcr.A southern or southeast pickles. nuiu.i, lunuuy uuer snu sure In a valley sheltered from the north Aloniliitf In Vnf... !.... will Lffil"!f8 &nl,lIcrs. .Monday Wednesday Olaton. To secure cany cucumbers that wind Is an Ideal location. If tho soil tlio second In bring tho highest market prlce.they must here Is of the right kind nnd well sup- Wednesday uftcr !nd Monday InMatin. May. ii'l, ,uy after Und Jionilay In Aurusi,uJler Jra Monday hotbed or hothouso ear-Hbo started In a nnd Uedncsday plied with humus, n very largo in Novemthan the usual time for plantlnc profitable crop of early cucumbers cin ninVt I,1oll!lr;'' Fonlsv ille, Tuesday nfter open. Some gaideners that them In the loJay in Muicli. Tliursda bo obtained, If the plants can bo start- ;"' Monday m May. Thurs.iay afte-ufier make a specialty of growing cucumbers ed early under favorable condition 3id Monday n August. Thursday after 2nd Monduy In November. for the early trade, use wido hotbed" plants Although the young cucumber 1!ul,'1,' l'rlJny nfter 2nd heated by fire. One W to CO feet In can not bo set In open garden or field Mm,h. fMo,",' March. Friday uftcr 2nd Monday In May. Friday economical length is most easily and 3rd Mon- before about tho 1st to tho 10th of May lay in November. heated, although much longer ones are In central latitudes, yot tho land should hot-b- d use. A common In common IIAIITFOIID TOLICE COU11T. In plowed nnd prepared as early In the will without artificial heat, however, JudKo; John 11. Wilson, spring as the giound will do to work. niC;. Attorney; J. 1 Stevens, give good results In starting tho early It Is best to hao the land plowed In tho monIth.CmU,t'3 sucuua iIoJ-'- Marshal: hi 1 ' fall nnd rcplowed ln tho spring. Plow r.U,iy'SViUn,:,,.7J', 1L Williams. Mayor; sheltered nnd sunny situation ' tho grouml ag soon na t Is dry enough, Choose a "f V'ouJ1-,J'b- m Hoov-for the hotbed for starting early cucum- - nm, jlarrow nml ,ilsc hi a dry state ... J. ',l,,"..,,-rMo,.lv lle-- Cookt. W. J. Iteuu. enough fresh manure to gle tm 10 hM is flie smootj, mili f OVen bers. Uso the desired bottom heat, according to teNtur0i Lny ott tie rows both ways . foot npartt witi, n ,,i0w running C S. Tlnsle-y- . Dr. K. dV AnSeitoV.-'anur- h! tho latitude nnd climate. Make tho t0 HELIGIOUS SEUVICES. face slope 3 or 4 Inches to tho south. l0 s lllcilt.s aecp. At each crossing fur ces :c,bwch The seeils are to bo planted in hills a 111)( tni wllh n forkful of wellrotted n.M monrlnB in the hotbed In boxes or bands so that gtab(J manure preferably that from th" day in each month. Sunday School UM J,V,nK,n,y'',r. "'"'"K "very Wednes-da- y each hill can be lifted and reset at plant CQW gtabIo mXC( Wnh poultry droppings. T. V. Joiner, pastor. Uantlst Church-Servi- ces without After manure has been placed in each Ing time In the open ground every niOrillni? Illlil nivnl.. o. ...... Sumlay ouiiuujr acnooi disturbing tho plants In any way. Com- hlU( j.cturn wm, the plow and cover tip ,neeUK Wed- mon strawberry boxes nro perhaps the tho ,llanul0i allowing It to lie till plant-b- est Clirl.sMnn i',liiinli-c..- i S.rinUu,yna.t " " m- - on iu' P- - every iourtii nnd most economical for this pur- - , nml 1 set . tllWj for. opon Ul0 h1Is nml "'. Siindnv paper flower pots th(J boxt, of cucumbers In them, lfbot-whle- h pose, although C. nre usetl extensively for starting t0m3 wcre 'usct Jn tne gec,i i,ox.cs,those each P. ChurNi.SAPt.i,.aa i"andc?...sp? . 7 month, at 11 'aT" "Where nwy l)Q j,arty or entlrey removed to may bo employed . m. early plants, D:U. boxes can be secured In 'tlio ()w t)e root3 t0 btri0 down.-Glo- be Dem- SECItET SOCIETIES. better, and may be used without the hot- - ocrat- Hartford Lodge No. 675. ,.' .,'.." .A if meets firsf nn,i h,i-- .i the toms or tacking the rims, liace each month.ywM llunSrCv."'1 seed boxes together within the hotbed I'. .Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. 110, It. A. M. FOR FLETCHER'S frame and fill with fine, loose fertile ""r" every uiirel Saturday hi soil. Very fine and even soil must bo s"Tlns;vJs"T; Moot, lllsfi Frtest V. Hartford Chapter No. St, O. E. S Monday even! Sir i!C0Sain.fa- d' Anlerson, W. M. Miss Lizzie Secretary. A.i Itnmh lrlfA 'u"be f. 0- ..A "" ivnisnts or PviTii?. meets every Tuesday n.'isht. many times over in the possession ot Mood cell. Worn n millions: on i not quite no rich, (or scientists hnvc proven that the normal man has five mil lion the woman only lour and a hall million to a cubic millimetre of blood. A decrease In number ol -- cd blood corpuscles and a person " looks pale fact, is anaemic, the blood docs not get the riitlit food and probably the stomach is Why Women Are Hot RICH. Munis Directory County Olilo Ve-ll- x, f WMwrjLMmmxtiL 'In Otto U. martin Attorney at Law ' .. m. mm a .:mI IIAHTFOItD, KY. Will praotlco Wb iirofwsslon In Uila and fttlJoinJng cottntlcs. CommercloJ antl Criminal Practlw a Specialty. i r" Barnes & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith tJ nsH7 1 1 Meters. W. 11. U.uwm ami C. H. Smith announce Mint Uwy liavo iform-- a lTitc-tic- o irtiKri-li.y- ) for lilm of la,w, cxcuiit citimlmal and dlwr aisou, Mr. Sniltli bilng County Attorney Is iHvveutcd from jiractilclns bucIk vJll liullvldually ccasvs. Mr. IkiriK In OffJcos accojit 6ticli practloot Hartford KeimblJcoa building, Hartford, Ky. I " " ' YANCYL.MOSLEY, Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession Courts of Ohio and adjoining and In the Court of Appeals. tary Public Office over First Bank. In all -- th counties, Also No- -- National er J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HART CFD, Ohio County Y. All Matters Given Prompt AttenPENSION AFFIDAVITS tion. SPECIALTY. OTTOC. HAItTIX -- r -- s. i. juki:s.m;t 1 1. Martin & McKeniej Hartford, Ky. 1 ...ir'TryfJr South-Servi- J d General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. ?iai JiCr -" " KILLthc COUCH AND CURE the LUNC8 Chliaren Cry ." C ASTORIA nnV,ur' T -- JAMES & CO., ..... - AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQ TROUBLES. 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You get all of the Presidential Campaign and of Ohio county news 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 Presi- One full year for o'rt,ar?izer?0eraer' Warren county- - stato C. C. Allen. Henry county, and Lottie Graves, Allen county, Absistnnt atate organizers. ren county: C. M. Harnett. Ohio county; A. II. Ilrooks, Hracken county; It. IJ. 1. Ray, Hardin county, and J. F. Uoss, Muhlenbert; county. SPECIAL OFFER mtli H.w rjUi AtrUlwUl KUUk.llTSrttlleitUt-- 1 PfiTP ralUi-t-IAS- I r .r. imim. tm.m.. u kub nnaa. 1 . i .Disnoia i " sinaiidsbe wmtib. UaSlSri..S.rl. SalkniTsntilfSUISll. VIIMUniSMi 'IU rUBAM. Write to-dt Mention thla Pater. 1 ay SEEDS9 uasws sum succtu I .T""T t Bl.rM. uu jou oar psrauusDi ctuiomer. unio uounty unicers: S. L. Stevens, Pres.. Beaver Pam.Ky. Henry Plrtle, Sec. 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(HEAP iBc esnessFeVfthrslharnan Zew&fK freefc&JtneJJ ?iziv iwnAAm'' faws--,t mmi22&tZ " 7joewrf'tar 7ea&fFJ9Lf " "V ZfswwtP'i 2 jeer A Good Moon Shiner Story. nioon-shlnlnir ts I that trial Hnck In llw; old days In tho mon's fouls norvo of tho south I recall ono ntlng, yet l)looillos cloie-I- n that I mlistil gottlns Into, nnd, wlillo 1 was not present, I ronicnilior tho time, nnd cn well nml will tell It m It catno to t- - This Fine Young Harness Stallion, mo. mil .vim WebsterS New Dictionary Ubt IF There had heen a cjenernl round-u- p strongiJnnnotl ti In the moonshlno hold, nonr whore tho north nnd noulh Tho Kiiul You Ilnvo Always Bought, nntl which lins been prongs of tho Cli.ttoos'es Join. In this in uso for over yesirs, lias Iwrno tlio of fresh from mid wns a new recruit luis inndo itmlui Ills pcr- C. Washington, Wo will call him sonnl Hiipcrvislon slnco Its infancy. -"Clinrley." Ills equipment for stampiACyrt Allow no ono to deceive you in tliN. ing out the moon shlnors' Industry wits All Counterfeits, Imitations and but innko tlint of the latest nnd largest Kxperiiuents trlllo with mill endanger tho health of would sot a butchers teeth on cilga. Infants and Children Experience- against Experiment. Charley was a Rood hoy, meant woll, but and clean us ou could wish, never had seen a wild cat still, ami raiding was not his strongest forte. Our Cr.storia is a harmless siihstltuto for Castor Oil, Pare-Korlhad no men, tho night In question, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. is Pleasant. of the guide, but merely n description contains neither Opium, Morphino nor other Xurcotlc In man Ono plant nnd Its location. Mihstaucc. Its nfjo is its guarautco. destroys Worms tho party had onco been familiar with cures Diarrlueu and "Wind and allays Fevcrishncss. these words In years Bono by, and they Colic. relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation were on a Oat mountain or ridge covand Flatulency. assimilates tho Food, regulates tho and ered Willi troes nnd under brush, Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. all hands wero Searching for signs l'niiu'ccn Tito Brother's Friend. Tho Children's passed leading toward tho creek that I mountain,, down tho west sMo of this Tho mart uliowcd there Was a well- beaten trail that passed over this Boars Charley had his grea.1 suns mountain. roady for action, while ho was bsat- hiff tho brushed for tills tall. Ho had looks been cautioned to keep A .Miarp out for the droves of slop-fehogs to bo found piled tip lit beds near a plant, while It Is In opera tion, ntid when loused at night will rise with a great guffoo and mako a beo lino for tho still houao every time. , He wns to'.d to follow thdr lead as fast TMC CINT.UH COMPUNT, TT Muan.T TtIT. N(W VOK CITT. as Jiosslble, for sure as a lot of wild hogs go thundering Into a i!ant after dark the moon shiner goes thundering out tho other alda on short notice, for It does not require a college professor Is trouble of to convince him there some Itlnd on foot In tho woods where position If you will GUARANTEE you n many they came from, olse they will remain more us real soon. We nood enormous demand tbo at once to supplyas we get you quiet until day break, and unless the required for our graduates. As soon go In at night with the hogs you will number of students this offer will bo withdrawn. 80 wrlto at onco for particulars. go out tho moon shiner miss seeing Charley had not told the men of his ran Into a big bunch of slcejilng swine thein on tho run, ho fell and started In beldnd like a veteran, and was soon COLLEGE well up In tho bunch, liko he had inconroairtD oxo. W. HCrtWARTZ wings in place ,of feet, and when tho ixjnisvit.r.U. fcV ruincim. 104 m pigs lilt the beaten trail and headed down tho ,vcst slopo of tho mountain, stralxht for tho still house It was neck and neck with Charley and .the porkers, with somo of the men bringing up Bnckbcc'i "Full ol Life" Northern Grow fcdierrcil Seeds have a rmutatlon of Ti vcan ot who heard him Jump tho tucccsilul seed growing behind ttico. It pays Ut tho rear, piani ne nesi. drove nnd go off llko the wind. You -Seasonable Specialties: can well Imagine tho racket this proBEANS Earliest RJ Valentine . . J3.50 Bushel cession ot wild hogs and rovenue men . RefURee lixtra Early Jj.js Bushel New Strlngless Green Pod , J3.70 Bushet kicked up going down the west slope Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax J4.50 Bushel INTERNATIONAL Ilavls New White Wax . . f(.;5 Bushel As usual, this of Kalt Top Mountain. Curric's Kust I'roof Wax . fi.50 Bushel plant was built up against tho west PEAS Extra Early Alaska . . . J3.50 Bushet side of this mountain, and In going New Early Gradus J550 Bushel Charley's procesHorilord's Market Garden . jj.50 Bushel down by tho routo Buckbce's Lightning Express jj.00 Bushel THE MERMAN WEBSTER? the trail came sheer down Lettuce, Radlih, Tomato and a full line of sion went seeds, 1'ianis aim uuids ai lowest growing prices. to tho door, whlcli was on tho front HEW CBEA-PCC,"- B Send for complete catalogue or submit a list of TION, eorerinjc erery with It and then took a sudden curve fuui vijuii vitivuia uuugrower nMiuwtiiiiiisa field of the world's thought, save jwoney. nuyuireci irom inc to ono side and down by tho end pf It action and culture. The only Write today. Mcptlon this papfr. new unabridged dictionary aa which was onthef ront to the door, many years. or farther sido from tho mountain. ISOSBsclibMSf., iottford Sera Ftrms. tUKkford.la KerajBM 4flnea over 400,000 was not on to all th030 But Charley Words; saore than ever before appeared between two and ho could not bo suilden curves, covers, a 70a 6000 II' to expected to know how and when lamuuiouM. cut corners and head In to avoid going & only dictionary lUraum on over tho plant and Into the front with the new divided pace. A'Btroko of Genius." yard So when tho drovo cut corners aivt TRlDt.umilt DromntlT obtained In for tho low land Charley shot straight all couQtrlva, or no (i. U obuun PATC NTSi it Is an encyclopedia in THAT PAY, adrertlM Uim Uwrwurbj. at our W IIIIIIP TWWIWt ahead and camo down slap dab in the eipeiue, aiull.lp you to ntceew. Bend irodel hotoor skitch tor FRCC report ooeptad by the liouso roof with middle of the still Becawe on patentability. 80 yun practice aijR bmbmm VUIUH DUUUUW WW Ids ISO pounds of bono and boots, and PASSINQ RXFCriENCCS. Tor free Guide Press aa the one supremo Bouk on rronttbla Patents writ to the loose boards iartcd before this ww and human ball Me so much paper, w who knows WIbb Reraut ono of tho moon shiners told ma after you about tfaJscww work. tho word he had served his sentence, "run" never entered his head ho was . far niilse MftUt four men present so astonished. The C.C.MBUUiUICO..MMiii.flarfhM.aa. It was never heard tlio racket till wMMUInnsr.rnslTinniirttftitlTlnTfi I nearly all over and never connected It cumo with a red raid when Cluirley crashing through tho old board roof, by It a mad rush but first deemed soma wild stoer with an attack of holBUGUeirS BULBS SUCCEE0P ler horn, and said ho stood Micro lookrSPCCIAL OFFER' all ing down at Cliarley, who was 'mA As. talld Nv UatJaMt. will niAlm vnu & roermanrnt cua- doubled up on tho dirt floor and bent, ' tmnap. Hkliaf &rtlOU On&nBttMMl OrTOUT ' Tffionav ref untied. MCCAIX PATTERNS half allvo until ho looked up to seo tho ' SoBvenlr CollectlMS.0 Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity and Winreliability nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly rost of our bunch pointing their u uj 1 RIUl UlulBUI iMi TJSh UW.. , every city and town in the United States and Mllu. IfillU, iSwUi. UK, SaUUk III iaiMiii SMnili, VWM1L I Canada, or by mall direct. More sold than chesters in at tho daar and commandTulUt. fn4 Tulls, Tm FMU Bit MudiiM, Dttvto any other make. Send for 'free catalogue, ed "hands up." Then It drawed on him, r.iuj. rulp,uuilfc rmu, li(,.uj1.ii5V McCALIS MAGAZINE HIT please heap on tho More subscriber than any other fashion ho said, that the mangled I WMte to- -, majaaine million a month. Invaluable. Lat. floor at his feet was In I jj some way u worn I m est styles, patterns, dressmaking;, millinery, aBnitJ h acaaf thli taJaakla l SuauiHaahlBarftA sang, and by plain tewing, fancy needlework, halrdrcsslng, part ot this round-u- p I f VulW VwtsM. tacU l,k "7 w.l!.lurVr1 Auifwilta, etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only CO cents a a wtiwaaf n sis w sw esw spssx s BMSinTM through tho year (worth double), including a free pattern, some means, had como 1 f UbtlM ! tU, PMlM M4 riMifc w subscribe today, or send for sample copy, roof, 1(1 OonaMTaOnUlia "- - muush, wiiwwi hnhn -- r but for why ho could not guess ut B. tiifiini. i T-- " J IrVONBEBFUL INBUCEMENTS ft TtekiloiUa 0ms4 Twllf Bulk Bm mmi aanl mto sWUOMaBMMMMr. to Acents. Postal brlnirs nremlum catatonia the time. Our men told mo later they Ufl 1M avonn it. i. and new cash prize offers. Address had more trouble In collecting up lN. W. he mctqu,iu. IK HcCAUCO. fMteM W.fflkSL. NtW YtaK Charley with his arsenal and piloting miles to town them back twcnty-sl- x and to some doctor tlian they did In OVER YCARf KXPKRIKNCE transporting tho tour poor fellows, who coralled, after bolng were so easily caught In the very act. Thla WM Charley's first and last raid. Ho soon drifted back to Washington, and tho last I heard ot him ho was a govern TlUK MANta ment clerk ot some sort and keeping DCBMMa OoaVUMHTS 4e. glare ot electric close under tho Anyons ssniMng a sktteh and dsseriptlnn may Pennsylvania avenue, so ho could .steer whether quickly ascertain our opinion free Conimuiilca-tlun- an Intention is probably patenUbbk wM WuUgto i ss. Iitifsrw uadeiitlaL HtWlllj on ruut clear ot tlio many pit falls encountered si rlctir sunt free. Oldest asency t or sewrnsLPatauts. moments and, dream-InIn Ids delirious I'ateuU taken through Wuun A!o. recelrs Prtsst tad lifrfacwsast PrtetfM Extktlnly. srrrtai noflcs, wirnous coarse, ut las , ot times when he broke the speed ?HM smVi kart a swssa, s U W. WMHIBSTBS. limit down old. Flat Top Mountain A handsorasli lllnstrstsd wsekly. Larsstt elf. with a drove of wild hogs In the aouth- culatlon of any sclenOdo lournal. Terms. i a E9 ern Appalachian tnount&lnif-Soverel- ga YUltw 0iUttNN5& j0 tJ?LjLJl(A'fZt n'l that 30 - - - licn " rnuturo t?5jF? .BBHHBk' BBJs" i? - - - . ygl ? - BBBBBBJBBBir S- - sp-- ai. j n.j - .3 -' vsJsc-.- i i fefe-Sa?5iiisfi3- iis fS?-sg..B ,. C ilS3?-3i- -- l. Just-nsgool"n- ro v3gpSHBgBJHfejMH ;BaBaaBBBBBBBBBBMa.n''l"Vrs;A--Jr!ir?- - - --gW 'JI - What is CASTORIA It It It It BBBjSi5BaSaf?:lfeBwMawMarBBiaBlB e, It It GENUINE CASTORIA tho Signature of ALWAYS Tp3Bg5jJBSjHEBj &L&tfMk&u In Use For Over d flllll-hou- The Kind You Have Always Bought 30 Years. victor occur. POSITIONS GUARANTEED Will stand the present season of 1912 at my baM at CetitGrtOWll, Ivyf, and will .serve-mareat $8 or two for $1 5 to insure a living colt. Money due when fact is neeer-iaied or mare parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any mm 1-- 9; s WE BUSINESS iTinniinr.n !iU SEEDS .... 1 VICTOR WILKES is a black, 6 years old, 16 hands high. Was sired by Billie Wilkes, he by General Wilkes, 8493, race record 2:213; Standard Rules 1 & 6. Pussy Cat 2:12; Bobby Burns 2:19; Grateful 2:27i; Cooke 2:213; Arrivian 2:16i; Gen Blackford 2:24i; Pansy Blossom 2.12; Charley R. 2:273 Gydonia 2.283; Wilabald2:29 St. Julien 2:293; Jennie L. 2:30; Grand-sir- e of Hattie K 2:17i; Bernice 2:163; Jim Kennedy 2:15i; Maggie Briggs 1:12$; Mamie A. 2:l6i; Seven Points 2:153; Ethel Burns 2:203; G. W. D. 2:18i; Katie Burns 2:193; Nancy Burns 2:21, First dam, sister to Libby S. and Mollie Walker, by Gen. Walker,2:24. 2nd. dam by Bob Lewis'Old Carbeau Chief. 3rd. dam Gartered. Gen. Wilkes 8493,by George Wilkes 419. ldam 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, 2:14J, Black Lucy Fleming, 2:24, etc. 3rd dam by Alice by Grey Eagle, sire of grand-da- m Crook, 2:18 of Pidemont, 2:173; Catchfly, 2:283; Ansel, 2:20, etc. 4th dam, Mag. by American of dams of Thore 2:183, etc. Eclipse, grand-sir- e 1-- 3; Description and Pedigree. ' J. M. IGLEHEART, : Centertown, Ky. GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. & J. F. GILLESPIE HAVE YOUR SUITS H. W. BUCKBEE Cleaned l'atc. Proprietors I Pressed r" mn W '' B rt LACKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK ,- -- r, u. u. tWl ft. llaWVil0(3 Repaired. . Work called for and Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and delivered. month. Horseshoeing a Specialty. because he knows he the advantage. There's satisfaction in feetiag secure. of a For century "the man who Solknows " Cowboy dier Police Officer has staked his life on the one arm that never fails. "It's a Colt," always dependable, accurate, and the preTsa superior 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 inthree-quarters Club rate $1.00 per Gliib, Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. BULBS A. BLDO, a THE man behind atCOLT look calmly dan-E- er Hartford. - Ky. HARTFORD, KY. " F tiin,sit,ft. injiPmsaj-rTrir-rsi- t jtJtttljsar "" I YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads INoteheads r Envelopes ' iViinliKi s suring against accidental discharge, and is guaranteed for use with smokeless powder. Catalog E nailadl fraa. voar Vtottr iota net tilt COLTS, Jnd your ordir to ut. Statements Cards And other printed forms are given Cak's Pateit Fvc Ana Mff . Ce. HARTFORD, CONN. Sptcial Attenton In The Republican s; Sciennfic flmerkaHe Job Department. Submit for TUe ilartrord UcpubUcaa Jolco and am glad tlutt Brother Dunvvn once lived. Royal has no substitute for making delicious home-bake- d foods Fifth. That n nopy or theo re.vlutloiw nt bo spread upon our minutes, a tvt'y to tho bereaviLsl family, nnd a copy' be printed In each of .the county papor.s. A. TIIOBPK, -- . .1. WAKKt.AND, A. M. SMITH, Committee. An Artistic Monument tf THE .GEORGIA ! Is what you desire for your relative who has passed away. is the best on tho market. Let mo show you samples of and and quote you low prices. All work guaranteed. No money due until Monument is set up. - Mules for Sale. Two good work mules for sale. at my firm thrco miles south of Boaer Dai.:, Kentucky. E. A. BAKEtt. 3ltf MARBLE L it F f v Woodmen Monunaentn et Sipocieilty. Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Items Around Chandler, Okla. ! The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar BEAVER DAM Tlchenor At the who has sened us as President for the last four ears, the Board of Directors met In call session April 12. 1912, and acSunday ,atternoon. officers The cepted his rslgnatlon. Mnsdrs. Charlie Porter and C. C. Donwere were electod to fill the xucancy at A- Dr. J. S. Smith, President, and Chas. ovan hao competed pliarmacy a ery rig-Itlanta, Ga. TJiey passed A. Smith, Vice President. will State Ilo.irl examination, which Ilespectfully, permit tliun to dispense drugs in fourMcHENllY DEPOSIT BANK, teen States. 4)t2 By A. SI. SMITH, Cashier. of nivja I'"aiifiht and I3in Locan, at Don't be surprised If you have an at color, started to iialot things red the local co'orod Baptist church Satur-lj- y tack of rheumatism this spring. Just rub nJsht. Armed with a bottle of the affected parts freely with Chamberd "boose" and a. jounij cannon, they lain's Liniment and it will soon disap to display their xator, but when pear. Sold by all dealers. m the marshal appeared their alor was gon so tiic fceja iviid dick and tho jud.;e j Notice in Bankruptcy. of Sir. S. Hod-sers, pra-ced- Sunday nlurnuon. Mr. and Airs. Carl Coots, of Oslled Sir and Mrs. Tom TaIor, Sunday. rtov. AJlcrt Miuldox, of Oklahoma, de liver mi excellent sermon pt the Iiip tlf.t church, Sunday morning. Tlieine of sormen, "Tho Host Thing, In the Bet riaco. for the Best Use." Bro. Maddox Is an Ohio county man, who lias been In the West seer.il jears. his l!ev. "Wrlslit, of Hartford, filled Clirlstlin regular jippolrytment at the cJmrcli Sunday mornlrur and eenlns. lslted Mr T. ISpdKcrs, pf McIIenry, Jils jnrents, Mr. And Mrs. U. E. Mort-ivlck, April 17. Mr. Krtrest Stiller, of KohoU, week. wjs in town Sunday afternoon. Quite a number came to see the AgriMr. Itomlo Baldwin went to ltoslue cultural exhibit last Wednesday jthe 10th. Ahey Taylor, of Central City, spent a tho of few dajs In town the first Unfortunately the tinln arrived after dark and was not opened. A groat deal But of dissatisfaction was expressed. we hope the other stops were more forthe tunate, lectures were ghen at school hall. It was attended by quite a crowd. Various opinions were expressed regarding the mrlt of tho lecture, but they were not ery profitable Is tli3 most general opinion lue April 10. Farmers are very ,busy In this lctnlty. hTcre lini been so mu h r.iln they aro lite with tliclr work. Sirs. G. W. Burrls spnt the day with Sirs. Ltzzlo Coy and Miss Julia llln ". Wednesdiy, They spent tho afternoin fishing. "Sirs Eva Powers, who has lioen on til sick list, Is some better at this writing. Sir. Joseph Simmons loft a woek igo on a trip to California. Ifo will in et his mother at Chicago, who will nccmi-pan- y Cal., where thf him to AVlchlta, will Wslt his sister, Sir. Simmons liu rented his farm to H. Douglas and will return In tlio spring. A surprise birthdiy find Easter dlnnT wns ghen to the son of Mr. and Sirs. O AV. Burrls. There were twenty who a tended tho dinner. They report nn time. The older folks hid ergs In the afternoon and the children found them. G. AV. lllncs Frank Douglas and Douglas went fishing Wednesday if of ternoon and caught twenty pounds fish. All report a jolly time and wl'l a fish fry tonight. m t Representative I CAN'T MOORE, JAMES T.xsLentuoKLy. Hertford, CANTON, GEORGIA, ' : x for Continental Marble and Granite Co. NO SIR, GET APPENDICITIS ILLINOIS CENTRAL Eat Alt I Want to Now. No More Oa on the Stomach or Sour Stomach. No More Heavy Feeling After Meala or Constipation. No matter what you'vo tried without getting relief JUST TRY simple buckthorn bark, Rlcerlne, etc., ns compounded In ADLEK-I-KA- ! You will be surprised at the QUICK results nnd you nlll be guarded against nppendlcltis. The VERY FIltST DOSE will help you nnd a short will make treatment with ADLEIM-Kyou feel better than you hae for ears. This new Gorman appendicitis remedy antlseptlclzes the stomach and bowels nnd draws oft all Impurities. A SINGLE DOSE rellees gng on the stomach, soar stomach, constipation, nausea or heavy feeling after eating almost AT ONCE. A short treatment often cures an ordinary case of appendicitis. I A - All train service has been resumed byway of Cairo to and from the North. a rrtiEND Notice. Notice J requst sea,' d The undersigned will receive bids for the old Gregory or Slortm building on Center street In Hartford. Ky. The purchaser to tear down building and all chimneys, special care bo tnk n In handling brick. Said building to be removed from lot by June 1, 1912. Tli ro Is reserved from sale all stone and brl k. Sold In H.irtford only l.y tho OHIO Bids to close Slay 1st, 191.nt noon. Tie COUNTY- PUUG COMPANY, l right to reject any and all bids Is G. H. BOWER, G. P. A. ... yVgfrV-VrVVVVV- j r uunng ine monrn or April a 0 & J. S. GLENN", E. P. MOOUK. WE WILL GIVE AWAY S. C. B. Leghorns, Barrel P. Rocks. The "bred tolaj" nm, niHk pitrfx.su lliutiou a n red. Iilrclit cnrftully nelwtwl for 0 0 O Committee. Children Cry CAST OR It Is frequently FOR FLETCHER'S lenutv nml iiunllty Mod. LeRbnrn icen :W per i.;.u. urur now. nut. r 0 - I A 11. 5tS I. IIVUNAItl), 1!. No. 3. Henver Dnm, Ky. a,iil "thirty bucks." Little pirls as Fishers. : Mr. OniUo Taylor, a olU engineer for the I. C. It. It. in Louisiana, lslted Ills parents, i)r and Sirs. S. V. Ta lor, Sunday. Mr. M. D. Hudson and family Uslted of Sir. .Hudson at TaJor Mines, Sunday. Williams, one of our old Sir died Moand highly expected nday at noon from a complication of union diseases. Sir. Williams was a soldier duilng tjio CiJl War. Sirs. W. A. Austin la quite ill of stomach trouble The farmers began delheilng chickens l'ere Wedncfuliy They espect to have about fho t,ir loids which will be shipped to Niw York. the It Mms (lint tho people want ex-Pside nt for our candidate Judging by Illinois mid Pennsylvania where they line had an opportunity to express them i the parents 1 c!tl-cn- rr sclins. r Mr. C. I' 1'Yuzlcr, mining for the Ilioadwny CoiJ Co. Is at tha Co.Timircl.il Hotel to upend the summer. Mifw CildwuJI, of tho Goshen neUhbor-hooNotice. Hpent a woek end with Sir. anil Notion Is hereby given that Otis Beard Mrs. Dee Sillier of Mr. Fred Tiiylor, of Irincftton,and Mr. who was convicted of tho cliaige manslaughter at tho special July term of tho Ohio 'Circuit Court and sentenced to imprisonment In the Stato ' Penitenyears, tiary for tho tetm of twenty-on- e will on tho 7th day of Slay 1912, apply to tjio Board of Pilson Commlssloncis at Frankfort, Ky., for Parole. d, In the District Court of the United SUtes for the Wc&tern District of Kentucky. In the matter of J. W. Cox-- & Son, et al.. Bankrupts. To the creditors of J. AV. Cox & Son, J. W. Cox-- and Heibert V. Cox, of Reynolds, In tho County of Ohio, and District aforesaid, bankrupt. Notice Is hereby glen that pn tho the 0th day of Starch, A. D., IMS, said J. W. Cox & Son, J. AV. Cox and Herbert U. Cox were duly adjudicated bankrupts, and that tho first meeting of creditors will bo held u.t tho law pfflce Kenof Dean & Dean, In Owensboro, tucky, on tho Crd day of Slay, A. D., 1SL!, at 2. p. m., at which time the said creditors may attend, proie their claims, appoint a trustee, examine tho Bankrupt and transact such other business as may pioperly come before said meeting. Petition filed Slarch 2. 1912. J. A. DUAN, Iteferej in Bankruptcy Owensboro, Ky., April 20. 1J12. T- - nt this tlmo of i the season we hear of some bos going to the river and coming back w Ith a great big fish story, but a fish story by two little girls Is quite out of tlio ordinary, but here Is ono that Is true, One day last week Sllsses Etta AVal- lace, H, and Slablo SIcKerran, 12. daugh ters of Iter, and Sirs. Shelby AVallac", who live on Itev. U. D. Bennett's farm aboe Hartford, went to Bough river (n a little fishing expedition. Thty had not been cnjojlng the fun but a shoit time until they had a big bite, which fish required both girls to pull the out of the river. AVhen taken to tho house and placed on the scales It weighed exactly IS pounds. "Tho Vulture's Claw'' has an lnterestln plot, familiar characters nnd a great moral. You will like It. It may be secured with the Hartford Uipulillcun one ear for only $1.W. Regular price of the book Is $1.00. itf. 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. 0 o 0 0 o O The Varieties Offered. The varieties are especially selected to please the grower and to insure permanent and satisfactory growth. They consist of: THE ETOILE DE FRANCE. A clean, rich velvety crimson bloomer, a giant in hardiness and sturdiness. The growth is luxuriant and lusty with great masses of deep colored roses blooming all summer. MY MARYLAND. One of the most exquisite of all pink roses. Its flowers have an indescribable charm, being composed of thick, heavy petals unsurpassed in elegance of form and deepening in shade as the flower expands something that 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 the most perfect yellow rose in the market It blooms in profusion, sending forth a deep golden yellow bloom that is profuse and lasting with an exquisite fragrance. CLOTHILDE SOUPERT. During the hottest month of summer, when other plants show a withered sickly condition, this rose continues to produce its beautiful white, pink tinted flowers, which always appear fresh and sweet. CRIMSON RAMBLER. One of the most charming roses roses ever offered to the trade. This is the first crimson rambler that can really and truthfully be called an "ever bloomer." The flowers are a deep brilliant crimson, measuring from one to two inches in diameter and produced in great clusters. Nothing like it has ever been offered before. to-da- 0 & Buy An IHC Spreader ? 0 0 0 0 0 From Your Local Dealer 5 J 0 0 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 mule for 'high lameness,' and cured l.er. I am neter without a bottle o( your liniment; have bought more of It than any other remedy for pains." Daily Kikbv, Cassad), ky. "Sloan's Liniment Is the best made. I BEYOND doubt a is c TRIED SEVEN 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 a necessity M i J 4 J 0 & J J IHC Manure Spreader J 0 Beacon Uodgo No. 273, I. O. O. P., Mullein y, Ky. Wheicus, God In Ills Infinite wisdom ha. a. My Life Saved by seen fit to tall fiom our midst our Biothcr D. SI. Duncan, who Mr. S.S. this llfo SIun.li 31, 1912. Thcre-foi- o )k It Hesolved, Orctnville, HI, writes: l'list. That an eminently good man ha "I was for gone; eminent us a UtUeu of our comlive munity ami s a member of our older oublcd for nioio than 32 yuars und dlstlnguUh-e- d cadining lils long business career, for Two tarrh. u pioblty of rhaiacter, for puilty of years ago I luul one foot llfu and fidelity In his public staIn the grave. tion. had tried Siveond. That ho Jhed long and et wo seven doccannot measuiu him by jears hut by his tors and alshall doeds. 'I hey llio uflir him und so went to of llvo In tlio influenco for tho good a those who lomo ufter him down lo tho specialist In end of time. St Louis, Thlid. Ills oxaltod charader entitles took KtlSisHRr. H him to tho loo of the entire communiMr. 8. 9. Johnson. is 1 n d a of ty and tho esteem and respoct of all who day. I could not walk more knew him. medicine a than a hundred yards without resting. 1'ourth. Wo should not mourn his de. "My friends told me to take Per una, parture. Ufu's woik with him waswoU .stad I did so. I now feel that Peruna done. AVo do and should drop tho tear few savtd my life. It is the best mediof sympathy with his beloved wife and cine on earth, and I would not bo avltcQUt it." , children oer his trae, wli,lio we r- Pe-ru-nbo-lo- DOCTORS Resolutions of Respect. hue removed very large shoe boils otf a horse Midi it. I hae killed a quarter crack on a mare that was awfully bad. 1 hae abo healed raw, tore necks on three horses. I have healed grease heel on a mare that could hardly walk." Anthony G, IIiyih, Oakland, Pa., Koute No. i. Kemp20thCentaiy Cora 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 up for you, show you how to 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. Harmttr Ceapeajr BurMts CMcaio J Don't let this opportunity slip. Send us $1.25, within the next ten days and we will extend your subscription to The Hartford Republican for one year, and the Farmer and Stockman one year. For your promptness we will send you charges prepaid, the six rose plants advertised above. Address all orders to o Johnson, tr years with JaLVfaeJ::iiii a-- SLOANS LINIMENT is good for all farm stock. "Sly hogs had hog cholera three dayi before we got your liniment, which I was advised to try I have used it now for three days and my tags are almost well. One hog died before I got the liniment, but 1 liave not lost any since." A. J. McCaxtiiy. Idavilie, Ind. Bold by all 0 O THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, prl-at- Hartford. Ky. :5 I 9 J USE THIS COUPON IN ORDERING HOSES Dealer. Fries 60c. &, $1.00 Date . The Hartford Republican, Hartford, Ky. Enclosed find for which scription to The Hartford Republican for one Farmer and Stockman one year from the date now my mailing tag. For my promptness, send meshown on free of charge your six Everblooming Roses. I catarrh htTiitlml el Aaerica (Incorporated) Sanrlc and several -- Hm&'i Book oa Horn, Cattle, Xogf aad Poultry Mstfrt. AddrtM IHC The purpose of this Bureau is lo furnish, free of charjo to all. the best information obtainable on better farming If ou have finy worthy questions concerning soils, crops, drainage. Irrigation, fertlllier. etc, make your inquiries specific and send them to I H C Service Bureau, Harvester Building, Chicago. USA USA yeaSdhe J My name is J My address is Dr. Earl S. Skua Boetea.Muf, Wvfl LSSSSSS tfVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVvyvyyyy t- S New orold subscriber? it - MawskwtM,