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FLOATING MORGUE REACHES HALIFAX .1ft, , Subscription $1 per Year No. 42 Company, at Ncbo; St. Bernard Mining Company, at Earllngton: SUrllns Coal & Coko Company, at Daniel Boone; Sunset Coal Company, nt Victoria Coal Company, at Madlsonvllle. Union county West Kentucky Coat Company, at Sturgls. Webster county It. L. Fgrsythe, at Providence; Gaines Coal Company, at Providence; Harris Coal Company, at Providence; Highland Mining Company, Providence; Lam Coal Co., .Prov Brent-Haidence; Coal Company, at Providence; Cllfty ConoIIdated, Coal Company, at day; Diamond Coat Company, at Providence; Fairmont Coat Mining Company, Providence; at Leeper Coal Company, at Providence; Luton Coal Company, at Providence; Providence Mining' Company, at Pxov- I'denca; Jtuckman Coal Company, at Providence; Sebree Coal Mining Company, at Sebree; Wonless Coal Com- "tyt at Providence; Webster oounty Coal Company, at Providence, rt HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1912. floating on pieces of wreckage from tho wrecked liner. Capt. Itlchard Itobcrts, wvklng Col. after a conbody, reported Astoi-- 8 Lirdner, of with Commander ference that lie was suro tho Mnckny-Hennet- t, was proper, llo identification the nddeil, however, that the body Identified ns that of deorge H. Wldenorj of that was so mutilated Philadelphia, Capt. Lardner could not siy tosltlvely whether It was that of Mr. Wldener or of his valet. The first body removed was that of a seaman. When tlio tarpaulin was thrown back, more than fifty bodies wore dNclosed. Men with stretches quickly came on board nnd tlio work of remoal was begun swiftly. Mind, Canon the chaplain of the Mackay-Bennct- t, who presided at tho 116 deep-se- a stood at the rail burials, He stopped to tho when she docked. pier among tlio first to give solace to the stricken. Tho work of taking off tho bodies was begun nt once. Seoimn tied, ropes around the boxes, the mote In cliarge shouted "lower away," and the grew-som- o by the dalt freight was swung guys to the plor. to appear As the coffins commenced those on tho dock were awakened to a new sense of their grief, and the sounds of weeping became loud. As the boxes were placed upon the plor other worktransporting them to the men began Mayflower morgue. a second conference wltli tho After Mackay-Henneof the commander Capt. Rolwrts announced that there was no doubt of tho Identification of Col. Astor's body. In tho pockets $2,V and he wore a cash had been found, Tho body bolt with a gold buckle. was Identified as that of Mr. Wldener burled at sea. containing the body of Tho coffin Col. John Jacob Astor, which had beep lay Identified on the Mackay-Hennet- t, In tho stern of tho ship, Tho bodies of tho dead of tho Tltanlc's crew had not coffins, or p'need In been embalmed but lay stretched upon Jho deck, covy ered with a big pleco of tarred canvas to keep off the, rain and sun. horhiuli: SIGHT. tt EVEN SPLIT IN MASS. O.'d Guard WithBodies of 190 Victims of Titanic Disaster. Crowds of Mourners Meet Vessel Seeking Sight of Covered Ones. April N. S., their solemn church bolts tolled Mockay-Bennet- t, tlio cnb'eshlp floating morgue of tlio seas,, steamed nt half Into the harbor with her flag htxlles 'of 190 mast Tuesday, bearing With victim of tho Titanic disaster. o tho coming of the death ship tha which has gripped tho sorrowing relatives nnJ friends of the dead for a The Mackay-Uenne- tt week was lifted. ami entcrwl the liarhor nt 9 o'clock dropped anchor twenty minutes Jater at quarantine, whero a representative of the Wlilto Star line wont on boird which had been With nn Impatience 'm ironing for il.iys, the mourners shore saw tho ship come to a Ivilt umkr their eyes ami with their, ilc.i'1 almost under toucli of their hands. rolled tit hearse While tho f'oatltig to bells continued anclior, the church ring, while beneath n lowering, gray d flaw accentsky flapping H uated tho solemnity of tho scene. was one of tho most mournful occasion In tho Jlfo of this historic old city. Leaders Defeated in Primary. I I u - I M I Delegates at Large Say the End. They Will be for Roosevelt to Halifax, hUo sus-pens- half-matte- AT TOP SPEED. vessel's miles of the was mido ut top sieed. Capt. Iardner had received wireless hutru?--lion- s to send his ship forwnid with the utmost swiftness couduotlto to Hifoty and liUd lier under, full head of steam from the time that he passed Champer-do- The last fifty Journey Ronton. Mass., May 1. With only three srnalj towns mbwlng, the compolto roturns from K9 cities and towns show that President Taft's plurality In the Massachusetts Presidential preferense primary will be 3,973. The ro turns, with only ten towns missing, give Col? Roosovolt tho eight delegates-at-largby 9,0)0 votes. disComplete returns In tho Eighth trict show that President Taft has elected two delegates, but by so small a majority tlvit a recount in all probability will bo. ordered. The two Taft delegates In tho district havo 0.703 and 6.701 votes, while tho two Roosevelt delegates have i,701 and 6.60S votes. delegates With the eight district counted for Taft, the total delegation Is split, eighteen delegates for Taft and eighteen for Roosevelt. delegates The eight Roosevelt at large, led by Charles Baxter, of MeJ-forcamo out today with a strong declaration tliat they wouid not vote for Taft at the Chicago convention pledged to Tho delegates Roosevelt claim there was no call on them to abide by tho preferential choice of Massachusetts for Taft. Their assjr-tlo- n Is that they will vote for Roose-el- t, and Roosevelt only. o d, w n. Several days ago an effort to havo the do'egatos at largo vote for tho won the nreferontlal candidate who .iyi.crfc- r.. through the rcrusal j of leaders to Ml accept. tho-oto for Roosevelt at "I sha-'- t Chlcago convention," declared James P. Mogenls, former school committee man and Boston attorney, who was elected delegato at iarge for Roosevelt. "1 was w Wing to abldo by any ' agreement that might have been made, but the bargain was uot made, as none f tho Taft dalegates at large would consent. So tho thing" fell through." Returns from 312 out of 331 cities and towns this afternoon give Champ ClarJ a plurality of IS.DK) over Governor Woodrow Wilson. request that Roosevelt's When Col. the dolegates-at-largtransfer their support to President Taft was received. Delegates Charles S. Baxter, Arthur I,. Nason, George W. Coleman, James P. Megeuls and Ajvln G. Weeks hold a called conference. Col. Roosevelt was by telephone, and It was said that tho delegates would probably issue a statement tonight. Previous to the conference Mr. declared he could see no way of evading his instructions, notwltlistand-In- s preference vote Presidential the showed a majority for Taft. said Mr. "It Is a clear direction," Magenls, "and 'I see no way of evading We are delegates for Roosevelt, and that Is why wo received tli votes." From the reports of the very first shortly after town, noon Tuesday Wednesday, until an early hour the preferential race between Taft and Roosevelt '.was a neck and neck affair, Roosevelt had tho better of tho contest during the early evening, but tomidnight tho President forged ward Increased ahead and gradually his malead until ho had a comfortable jority at daylight. other-han- d ,tho contest On tho Baxter and Crane, tho rospoct-Iv- o leaders of tho Roosevelt and Taft dclegates-at-larg- o slates, was close only for a taw hours. Then Baxter precincts drew away until, with fonty missing, he had a lead of more than 7.SU0 votes. writers paid considerTho political of able attention to the candidacy Prank Selbertlch, of Boston, a former Senator, who was pledged to Stato Taft and who appeared between tho Roosevelt and Taft delogatcs-at-larg- o Reports from many voting places wero ballots wero to the effect that nwny Invalidated because 'nlno names wero marked Instead of eight, and tho, Taft managers claimed that hundreds of by tlvetr supporters were disfranchised voting for Selbertlch and eight Taft ap'-dclegates-at-larg- o whoso na.mes e' Ma-gen- ts 9 the burden of was pulled on her deck .and In her hold. During tho last half hour of tho ship's voyage tho deok hands moed tlio coffins Into rows so that the work of carrying them off the fchlp could be CMHMllted. upon Accompaiolnu tho Americans Amerl-cu- n th& dock wcro .1. M. Rugsd.ile, Consul General In Halifax. through tin broko They suddenly aslant tho ship as sh crouds, falling at unclior. In tho meantime bobed along crowds gathered on roofs nnd the citadel to watch tho spectacle. Tugs bearing photographers ami picture steamed around machines cameru while tho Mackay-Hennet- t. shutters kicked Incessantly. The grewsomo tt peared directly under. While tho contest for tho delegates nt largo was comparatively settled early last night the strugglo for tho twcnty-plgdistrict delegates contln- ued for moro than twelvo hours. Lal'ot-lett- o The small vote for Senator was ono of the features of the primary, and town after town reported without a single vote being recorded In his favor. To poll less than l.O'W in a Republican primary whero over 1W.W) votes were cast caused surprise to his supporters. nearly With tho entire State recorded the CJark majority over Wilson was well over 12,000 In a total vote of a trifle more than 3000. Owing to the varied tnArkln? of the" do'.egates-a-larg- e fifteen candidates for on the Democratic ticket, the Identity of the Massachusetts dolcga- tlon to the Baltimore convention maj not be known for several days. Republicans The list of prominent delegates-at-'arg- o Indefeated for p cludes United States Senator Murray Crane, former Governor John L. Bates, Lucius Tuttle, Congressman John W. Weeks and Samuel J. Elder. Tho Roosevelt delegates-at-?arg- e elected are all of the new guard In Massachusetts. They are headed by Charles S. Baxter.former Mayor of Medford and on of the leaders among Massachusetts progressive Republicans. Speaker Champ Clark, of the national House of Representatlves.swept Massachusetts over Wilson. Just how Massachusetts could send a delegation with a Roosevelt majority to Chicago, while on the preference vote Taft has a plurality over Roose-vel- t, Is partly explained by the wording of the State Presidential preferential primary law enacted two months ago. By that law every voter, to have his vote recorded, was compelled to make each delegate-at-larg- o of his party, there being no circle for voting by groups. The law enabled hundreds of voters to mark the eight names in tho 4Jga.tlon headed by Baxterand styled Roosevelt,'' and for "Theodore then express a preference for Taft on an other part of the ballot. ht Wln-thor- KENTUCKY MINEWORKERS Will le; Organize Mines. Non-Unio- n Union Members Will Make Efforts to Unionizing Mines. All Coal Mlno The United Workers of Am erica ore preparing to wage a palgn for tlio unionizing of every coal City bemine In Kentucky. Central ing headquarters for District S3 will bo H tho point from which the campaign to be waged. This campaign Is one ot the purposes for which an offlclal'Or- gan to be Issued twice a month has been taken under consideration by the miners. campaign will The proposed cover every county in tho State, but Is expected to linger longest In Jtopklns county, .heretofore a hard county for Because of the the union to handle. largo number of men employed In Hop kins county and the opposition met there In the past, the National organization has volunteered to aid In the big Job. Therefore If Hopkins county and all tlio rest, including the new tloMs in Eastern Kentucky, are not working under union regulations within a few months. It will bo surprising as well as regrota-blc. BEAVER DAM. Mr. Edgar Vaugh, of AdalrvtHe, was In town Sunday afternoon. Miss Fannie Flener, of the Cromwell neighborhood, spent the weelc end with her sister, Mrs. Morgan James. Mr. Harvte D. Plummer, of Centertown was In town Sunday. Mr. E. E. Rogers and family have moved to their country home to spend tho summer. Messrs. C. P. Austin and Claude spent tho week end with reia,tlves) in Rochester. Miss Fonnlo Plummer, of the Liberty neighborhood, spent a few days lait wee.k with her sister, Mrs. W. T. Austin. Dr. P. D. Moore, of Calhoon, was in town Monday. Dr. Moore formerly resided here. Mr. A. D. Taylor and family have moved to Dyersburg, Tcnn. Mr. Taylor and family will be missed very much In this locality. f Mr. K. J. McKenney, of Louisville, visited his brother, Dr. W. T. McKen- Vney, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Flener and daugh ter Myra, spent Sunday In Hartford. Mrs. Sam Van Meter and little son, Wallace, of Mississippi are visiting f rlcnd3 hero this week. Mrs. Van Meter's home town Is surrounded by the river flood but is not In danger of overflow. There Is a rumor that a popular couplo will soon be married in this locality "real soon." Now don't ge inquisitive. Mrs. W. A. Austin died Tuesday evening at six o'clock. She was a member" of the Christian church, and leaves a husband, one son and a host of relatives and friends to mourn her departure. ey Jtackiiy-Henne- moving-- docks crowded. Tho government docks aro more than a mllo from tho heart of tho city, and with carwere crowded roads the Meanwhile riage's nnd automobiles. tho Wlilto Star officials on board the death ship wero In close consultation making a list of with Capt. Gardner, the number of bodies recovered, those thuse Identified burled In tho Icy sea, p'ers.onnl As effects. and collootlng staand tho sJilp stood time passed among tho somo of thoso tionary, After a mourners began to murmur. wait at quarantine, tho vesdocked at tho navy-yar- d sel finally pier. A sight of relief went up ns tho way and wniiped Into ship got under tho pier. When tho lines ,wpro lashed, Capt. Larduor gao a sharp command and the davits creaked outward for tho tho coffins. From work of lowering tho whurf, piles of wot clothing, taken from bodies as thoy wero fomovad could bo soen. Uows from tho water, of coffins, covered with a ,turpaul'n were moved to the rail. Thcro was delay on tho tart of some In getting into the of tho mourners dock, us their Wlilto Star passes had not been countersigned by Commander Martin, of tho Canadian navy. Finally t)ils trouglo was straightened out and xall wero admitted. brought ISO Tho Muckay-Benne- tt said bodies Into port. Capt. Lurdnor 4 that in all 306 bodies had been picked up, but UC had to bo reconslgned t they wero beyond tho deep because In wcro wrapped They lecognltion. weighted and cust shrouds, cam as over tho ship's rail. ALL WORE LIFE PRESERVERS. Capt. Lardnor told White Star officials that everybody picked up ,wpre a life preserver. Many of them wore tf was a horrible and'heartslckcnlng As tho sailors drew back tho tarpaulin to remove the dead, the relew of to the mains wero exposed those on the deck. in Tho faces, of tho dead were set expressions of horror and extreme fear, and tho legs nnd arms wero bent and showing they how madly contorted, fought for llfo In tho Icy water. Somo of them had dlsroled themselves, tlio better to swim. Others had died In the water trying to pull o!f their olothlng. Somo of them wore one arm through a co.it sleeve; others wero entirely naked save for a shoe or undergarment. Strokers lay sldo by sldo with tho remains of men reared In luxury. When they wero tho bodies wero uncovered, rolled In small pieces of canvas, placed on stretches nnd borne away. men were presScores of newspaper wearing linen ent, while cmbalmers, dusters which looked Jlko butchers' frocks, wore among the crowd. ASTOR'S BODY REMOVED. Col. Astor's body was brought off the ship shortly before noon and taken, with others, to the morgue. Capt. F. It. Lardner then received on board and descilbed Interviewers at work of the Mackay-Hennetho sea. Tho captain to'd of tho finding of tha to bo that of Mr. Wldebody thought Georgo ner, which was burled at sea. Wldener, Jr., talked with tho captain Tuesday and feels suro that It was tho Mr. Wide-ner- 's body of Edward Keating, valet. Relics of tho great Titanic dotted this sea over an urea thirty miles squaro, Capt, Lardner said. Doors, windows and chairs by tho score wcro found woro to none of them floating, but lashed. bodies In several instances of floating bodies thcro wero groups numbering fifty or more, but none wero found lashed together. Cal. Astor was standing almost erect In his llfo belt. tho by Small boats wero lowered Mackay-Uennewhenever a group of bodies was sighted, and into these the dead wero piled throe or four at a time. Hauled, on board tho cablo ship, each was numbered with a largo canvas tag and the valuables and pape.'s wcro placed In a canvas sack similarly numbered. Stalling with tho departure of tho Wednesday, ship from Halifax on April 17, tho commander .told how foj It sight. EAST VIEW. beMay 1. Farmers aro very much hind with their work on account of so much rain. Mr. Buck Stinnett lost a good horse andSlr. R. P. Kirk lost a nice young horse recently. called Drs. Shultz and Hoover wero to Mr. William Boyles yesterday to perform an operation on his little daughter Elsie, for appendicitis. Mr. Pony Hudson is quite 111 at this writing. Mr. John Raymond and wife.of Adaburg visited their father and mother Tuesday night. and Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart children, visited their son and wife, of Union Grove neighborhood Sunday. Mr. Autry Patton and John Klng.mado a business trip to Heflln Tuesday. Jtliclr Mr. Ira Ellis and wife visited mother at HefllnSunday. Mr. Clarence Patton, wife and llttlo daughter, of Illinois, visited relatives in this vicinity last week. Mrs. Duck King and grand daughter. of Miss Ethel Dawson, was tho guest Saturday her son Mr. Bunkr Dawson night. to, Mr. Charlie King and wife went Owensboro Tuesday shopping. Its Success to The Republican and many readers. tt Gasoline Mill for Sale. 10 Horse Power Grist Oasollno Crusher, Shelter and other attachments. Apply to 0. It. CARSON, Centertown, Ky. Wtl One Mill, MrsTTalTGiVes Dollar. Mrs. tt (Continued on Eighth Pago.) WilWashington, D. C, April IS.-liam II. Taft has given the first dollar to a woman's Titanic menioilaj, which It Is proposed shall be erected In Washington, to commemorate tho men who went down with the ship. A commltteo of 190 women from all States lias been named, and no contributions will bo accepted Tho nonunion mines In Western Kenfrom men. Mrs. John Hay, Mrs. John efHays Hammond and others aro inter- tucky which tlio suspension does not fect, ure given by counties as follows; , ested. Christian county Empire Coal Company at Empire; Petersburg Coal Compau.at Comes Out for Teddy. J New York, May 1. Jacob D. lloltzman, Mannlngton. Hopkins' county Carbondalo Coal J & a delegato to tho Republican National Coko Company, at Dawson Springs; crab Convention from tho Tenth Congressional district 'Of Brooklyn, announced today tree Coal Mining Company, at LIUley; that this vote was for Col. Roosevelt Kliigton Coal Company, at Mortons bap; Thero aro now two declared Roosevelt Nebo Consolidated Coal & Coke Company delegates from Kings county. Mr. lloltz- at NortonvUle; Pleasant Run Coal Comman' and Controller tfllllam A. Prender- - pany, at Chesjley; Uelntlcke; Roso cioek BW&'"' Coal Co.. at MadlsonUUo: Rosa Creek. C According to tha last report on mining In Kentucky there wore S,42S,752 tons of coal produced in Western Kentucky during 'the year 1910. Of this were ' produced amount l,497,!St tons 3,931,171 by union Jabor tons and by nonunion labor. In tho northeastern and southeastern districts of Ken tucky, both of which aro nonunion, CSSl,:) tons wero produced in 1910. LIST OF UNION MINES. Below will be found a complete . list of tho union mines In Western Kentucky, given by counties, which have closed on account of the suspension in the soft coal fields: Ohio County Broadway Mining Com pany, at Greenville; HolOt oal Company, pany of McHenry; Itockport Coal Com pany at Itockport; Taylor Coal Company j, at Taylor Mines; Williams Coal at McHenry. Union county and Coal Crittenden Coke Company, at Curlew; Sturgls; Coal and Coke Company at Company, at Waverly; Drury Coal CEDAR GROVE. Morganfleld Coal Mining Company, at April i2. Sunday School la progressing Morganfield; Ohio Valley Coal & Min- nicely at this place. ing Company, at Dekovcn; River und A large crowd attended tho quarterly Rail Coal & Coke Company, at sMorgac moeung nere saiuruay ana Sunday. field. .auss juerceaees canon. l Beaver of CoajM River McLean county-Gre- en visiting relatives hero this week Dam & Coke Company, at Island; Memphis p wedding, of iwcruanu, Coal Mining Company, at Island. Ind., Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Muhlenberg county Beech Creek Coal Mrs. J, T. Wedding. Company, at Beech Croek; Bevler Coal Mr. Isham Leo has returned from Company, at Cleaton; Black Diamond North Carolina where ho lias been ,vlslt- Mining Company, at Drakesboro; Con-tr- Ing relatives for sometime. Coal & Iron Company, at Central Miss Mollie Bratcher, of Barrett's Fer City; Crescent Coal Compojiy, at Bevler; ry, visited Miss Bessie Dantol Sunday; Dovey Coal Company, at Mercer; Elk Valley Coal Mining Company, at DrakesExamination for Diplomas and boro; Gibraltar Coal Company, at MerCertificates. cer; Greenllle Coal Company iPowJr-ly- ), The regular examination for common at Greentillo; Hillside Coal Company, at Greenvlle; Hqlt Coal Company, school diplomas will be held May 10 and Coal 11. Ono of tho members of the Board of at Central City; Kentucky-Midlan- d Company, at Midland; Lam Coal Corn- - Examiners wilt be In Fordsville on that pany, at Uevler; Noylson Creek Coal date, to hold tho examination there, tho Company, at Nelson ;Advanco Coal other will bo In Hartford. I hope all teachers having pupils who & Coko Company, at Hillside; R, are prepared to pass this oxamlnatlon gnn Coal & Coke Company, ut cer; Rock Island Coal Company, ut will urge them to attend either at HartCoa.1 ford or Fordsvlllo. South Carrollton; W. G. Duncan Tho regular examination for teachey Company, fit Greenville. county Fern Hill Coal Com- will bo hold on the! following dates: Daviess Hartford, May, 17 and 18. pany, at Owiensboro. FordsvUe, June 1 and 'J3. county Archibald Coil ComHenderson Hartford, July 19 and 20. pany, at Bluff City; Cahaba Coal ComHartford, August 1C and 17. pany, at Corydon; People's Mining ComThe Teachers Institute will conveno pany, at Henderson; I'Jttsbiifg Coal ComAugust 12th. pany at Basket!. HENRY LEACH, Supt. NONUNION MINES. Cpm-panBell-Uni- jg ygie al ' Marriage License. James A. Ralph to Allo Ralph, Hartford, Ky, R. L. Greene, Bowling Green, to AUr nlo Maddox, Itockport. 'si Ky. Evertt Langfurd, Select, to Lela Raii-ne- y, Cromwell. R. S. 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I thought so much of it that I made a pubI dent to get it and read it. M. A. Beeson, Pres. Meridian Male College. lic announcement of the book in the chapel, and urged every stu- Regular price of "The Vulture's Claw" is $1.50. By a special offer we are able to offer this fascinating book postpaid, and the Hartford Republican one full year for S1.C0. This is for a short time and our supply of books is limited. You should take advantage of this special offer before books are exhausted. This offer is extended to new or old subscribers. Address THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. 4 ICEBERGS PERIL OF NORTHERN SEA Sudden Destruction Is Fate of Great Ships. Tremendous so diverse that a surface floe will be rago In tho long winters, tho Intense cold across, whero It enters 1'eabndy ba,Hs HERBERT. moilng in ono direction, while a deep- reaches TO degrees below zero, and tho sheer walls rlso thr . hundred feet hlvjh April Ir. O. T. Uurdott went to er rooted berg will be driven in tho urctlc clrclo sealed up with tho sable and a plummet diopptd near it shows n FordsWH,. Friday. will stillness of tho slc months' night. Now depth of half a mll Eiery year It Again, n berg opposite cours?. Mr. John It. Ilruner visited Mr. John plant Itself right In the fairway of St. layers are added annually to tho gllst to tho floe l.Tgs with a hujt-flcl- I tile at Eusnn, Sumlay. or some other Newfoundland Johns, area larger than Rhode Island. shroud which covers hill and dale, Mlses Ford and Hilda Duncan harbor blocking itho port against ship- ravine and crag, with an unbroken sheet FOUR HUNDRED HILLIO.V CU1UC and Sirs. Edna Duncan spent Sunday ping. FEET. snow that has been gathering of frozen at Arthur Ford's. Tho Jacobshaven glacier has a breadth Bergs are often the refuge of polar there since prehistoric days. The pressuro Miss Mary Chambers and brother Fmn of two thousand feet and a height of one bears cairled off from their northland of this tremendous bed consolidates and who haie been In Owensboro several they having ventured afar In chills the succcsslvo strata Into a mass of thousand; It advances at tho rate ot months, home, liave returned home for tho sum forty-tw- o foct dally und Its estimate I solid Ice, which Is forced downward ANOTHER FIRST VOYAGE INCIDENT quest of seals. mer. unuual expulsion of bergs Is about 1900, 31, On May the Normanla, In all nature there are few creations through the valleys and, toward the coast Mrs Salllo Floyd, who has been vlsfl1 ice. cubic feet of ot glaciers, which launch making Its maiden trip from Hamberg, at onoe so fanciful and so sublime as In the form Ing her son, Rev. Iva K. Floyd, at ran among a squadron In a Icebergs. of bergs Every summer along the themselves in Iceberg fragmonts into tho The lnrgest proportion of berg comes McKenzle, Tejin.. for several months.hxi from tho western coa-s- t ot Greenland, bo. dense fog off the banks and only es. coasts of Newfoundland and Labrador ocean. return! home. foundering caped by having twin one can witness Ages may elapse between the doposltlng cause tho dip of the land thero Is imre specthe wonderful Mr. Ol.o Jlurdett, wlfo and chlldt-J- i screws As U forged along It sighted tacles of floes and bergs In a stately of snow on the summit pf tho Greenland pronounced, but the eastern shoro nHo spent lust Monday with the family of Icy barrier too near to oseapo by procession, 3,0v0 miles long by Sf) miles ice cap and tho moment it Is launched furnishes many, which a minor current an brings south to Capo Farewell nnd dis Mr. John llurdett, in l'olhllle. stopping Its engines, liut by reversing wide, moving south like nrmles on Into the ocean In Baffin bay In the form Mr. It. M. Miller has gone to Whltoi-llll- o among tho larger contingent alono and quickening the other the ship parade, glittering in the sunlight or of Icebergs. Some glaciers movo fifty charges today. turned on its heel so to speak and showing spectral and awesome through feet a day, others not moro than ready moving majestically ulong toward SILss Mattlo llnrnett, wlio npent tho Newfoundland. ran iarallel to tha front of tho berg, tlie sodden mist of fog. twenty. Whaling and exploring ships, being spe winter with her sister In Fordsvllle, has Just grazing It as it went by tumbling MAGNIFICENCE OF LAUNCHING. zones, north and south, Tho frigid dally built and expertly navlgated.thre.ul returned home. tons of luo on its deck, scraping oft a are the laboratories whero they are The immtnso masses of solid ice creep their way among these silent MUs Eunice llalze, who Is nttendlng but terrlblo lot of bulwark gear, and denting Its fashioned Each year the Antarctic along tho shoro and at tho tidewater foes with a fine contempt for danger.but Ovieii'.boro College, spent Satutday and sides and upper works, besides stama vertical faco of steel blue, prodigious floating present Ocean sends out no ship, however daring her crew, will Sunday at home. peding its passengers making prairies, and sixty miles long translucent flint, against which tho ocean venture closo to n calving sometlmos Mr. Virgil Miller was In Owensboro glacier, chaos In tho hold. but because of the remoteness of that billows beat. Then, as tho lco Is thrust tho mighty waves created by tho last Monday. VANISHING OP LINERS. area and Its meager commerce, the forward into tho sea, the weight ot tho launching sweep Mrs. Molllo Miller spent several days far Into tho offing These am fortunato outcomes of col- world attaches little Importanco to overhanging strips, or tho action of tho Indianapolis News. with her daughter, Mrs. Leonard Taylisions with bergs; the unfortunate these .mammoth derelicts of the south- rising and falling tldes.brcaks oft bloclis lor, last week. ones nro even moro numerous. As long ern seas. of arylng slzo and shape, which are Cannot be Cured. Mrs. Mngglo Harden is sick. ago us 1S3C the Tempest, of the Anchor called bergs. Mr. Georgo llurdett has a now phono-grapORIGIN IN GREENLAND. Uy local applications, as they cannot disappeared with ISO persons, and line, Host of tho northern bergs linvo This process tho whalers call "cah Ing," reach tho diseased poitlon of the wr, at tho tlmo its loss was put down to Mr. Argyo Evans and wife spent SunThe nthcr and tho Utters of tho "calf" bergs nro pro- - Thero is only ono way to euro deaf now, their origin In Greenland. asscnger an Iceberg, in ISO two flno arctic Isles like Spltzbergen nro too duced by every parent glacier during tho and that is by constitutional remedlm. day at Mr. Mom oo Collins, of Deau-flel.- l. boats of that peilod, tho United Kinglimited In area to produco these mani- season. Tho operation Is accompanied by Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed n dom and the Iilbcinla, vanished, tho fold forms, thundering noises, bosldo Mrs. Mlrlor Harbout nnd children, to tremendous, and 'lack the currents of tho mucous lining ot the Eus. ot with ISO men uboard arid the carry foimer Into the centers them of com- which human artillery Is but as popguns, tachlnu Tube. When this tubo Is inflam- Owensboro, uro at her fathers, Mr. Tolo latter with ICC. Tho Iceberg theory was merce. Rut Greenland is in slzo al- whllo tho disturbance produced in tho ed you have a rumbling sound or Imimr-fe- Martin's. again put forward to account for their most a continent, several times Mr. Jack llrlddlo wlfo and baby, larger sea through tills launching makes tho hc.ii Ing, and when It Is entirely of loss. In area than tho Atlantic States, and, floating of a modern battleship seem closed, Dearuess Is tho lesult, nnd un- EiansillJe, aro expected at Mr.. Goorgo Tho Ismail, i In 1S73 wont down with savo for a narrow llslere stretching t rival indeed less tho Inflammation cun bo taken out Harnetts this week on mi oxtended a crew of forty-twand as a largo around Its seaboard, extending back to TREMENDOUS MASSES OF ICE. this tubo restored to Its normal borg was sited near where it was a mountain inngo thirty mlUs Inland, Mr. Ed Unlzo purchased a good liorso Think ot sections bigger than a country nun, iivurnig win uo destroyed forever; last seen tho conclusion is that this and peopled by a few thousand Eski- being torn fioni a glacier and swept off nlno cases out of ten am caused by CM- - trom Hciuy Mllllgan for $200 and Mr. caused tho mlsforttune. Tho Colombo, mo, It Is ono colossal mass of Ice and in tho ocean, to bo Wi i led throe thousand tanh, which is nothing but nn inflamed Charlie Taylor bought a horso from Dr. In 1W7, was blotted out with seventy-fou- r snow, lluriull, of Deanfleld for f.m miles on tho bosom of tho Labrador cur-re- condition of tho mucous sut faces. persons, and tho next yoar four Ltko an Inverted saucer slttln pn n until tho heated waters pt tho gulf Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars for Tho roads and bridges hero aro In a Surbl-to- n table, steamers tho Homer, Zanzibar, this Ice cap covets tho sol!. Its stream cnuso tlieni to vanish from human nny ciiso of Deafness (caused by cntarih) dangerous condition. and Bemlela, with nn aggregate crown rising flvo hundred feet above tho ken! Then can ono form somo Men of that cannot bo cured by Hall's Cutatrli Call at Tho Republican office, for aij of W lives, wero swallowed up, nnd to j sc.a level. This lev-- ! plain stretches uwiiy the Immensity of tho Jconrea discharged Cure. Send for circulars, free. tree sample copy of tho Farmer ani this day no light has been thrown on ( hundreds of leagues In every dhectlon from tho Greenland seas each year. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Stockman, which wo aro offering with tho mystery of their Joss Three moro a,ij can only bo traversed by tho aid ot Thousands of miles ot valleys nro conToledo, O. Tho Republican ono year each were victim of the same sott of the compass nnd soxant.as one would nal-se- a stantly emptying their contents into tho and Sold by all druggists, 75c. .. tour roses or houso plants for $1.25 in 1SSI, tho City of Limerick. tholeat.o the trackless ocoar. Over this drear bays and fords of tho Tuko Hall's Family I'Jlls for cons,tlpn. north waters, Papers free for the asking. City pf London and tho Titanic, und aeseit only Nanson ' and Perry, with henco tho tides hurry tho detachments Uon. m tho list might be greatly extended by companion npleco. liavo over. Journeyed southward to cumber the wido Atlantic. t Lamo back Is usually caused byrhou-- ' recoidlng every for its deadly strotch ot bank whiteness Tho extent ot tho glaciers other disappearances is stupendmatUni of tho muscles of tho back, for year of the last twenty. Isuppoits no form ot lite. ous. which you will fhid uotlung hotter than ' SOMETIMES BLOCK HARBOR FOR FLETCHER'S BROKEN OFF IN SEA The Humboldt, the greatest In Green-lanciiambet Jain's Llnlui,etit. For.salo by all At times currents and winds wlU bo blizzard, On this wilderness terrible stretches its front sixty miles . u..lori. and altered the holm so that It barely submerged over the crouched along foot of the berg, bumping heavily a fow times and being shot off again Into deep waUr sldewlse, so that Its coil and cargo listed and It reached port with Its starboard rail hardly above the water. Its passengers were thrown from their berths with the shock, and on deck, but all frantically rushed danger was then over. ::-Jal Masses of Ice Have Lives. Caused Loss of Numerous danger to tho iceberg licet, Is most dangerous at tills season of. tho year, from tho It drifts southward when arctics into Alio lino of travol during tho spring storms. Usually arc common, tho Icebergs too, timing tho sunny days of June seas nnJ clear calm uml July, when atmosphere mako their discovery easy and when contiosts of temperaturo Klvo early warning of their nearness, Hut oven In July tho great Atlantic herg fleots mo tho gioatost dinger In ocean travel, nut excepting tho floating derelicts of linfoitunato vessels. cildo and fogs of winds, With tho March and Apt 11 thin Icebeig peril Is multiplied many times TIIL! I'ATII OK LINERS. It was In wheeling off to mold an icebeig that tho Rrltlsh cruiser Lily ibiador, in July, was lost at Foitcau, twienty-on- o persons. To ltiOO, with ocean llneis they uro a deadly danger, They crowd Hello Islo strait, to tho noith of Newfoundland, uud woik Into tho Gulf of St. Law rente, imperilling tho passage f Uio Canadian liners and freighter. They uro ulna u. monaco to tho New Yoik nud Boston liners when they drift south of tho Grand banks, and as tho ships upeed along through tho fog they oiien impx'o of themselws upon tho Jagcd fangs tho icobeigs or UseaiMj by but a Hair's That terrible travel, trans-atlan-tlc Deafness h. con-dltlo- et nt lireadth. from In June, ISM, tho Saalo, Southampton to New York, bowling along over tho banks in tho midnight gloom, found its iaUiwuy haired by u liJJtlerlng battlement nearly ono hundred feet high. Tiits lookouts sighting It, shouted a warning to the officer on who rcvcid tho enslncs tiio watch, , Chlldran Cry d, CASTORIA "V niiiii'"t anmniiwittf nwiimww m- 9 J The Pool of Flame i w LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE niittrattoM by Ellsworth k Taut Copyright IKl, by Louis Joseph Vaaoe CHAPTER XX. O'Rourke's first feara were for the woman, bis first words a Ho designed to reassure her. "What what does It mean?" she gasped faintly, her face as white as marble, her eyes wide and terrified. "Sure, I'm thinking 'tis nothing at all," ho answered readily, with a smile amending, "nothing of any great consequence, that is to say. Permit mo to escort yo to your cpbln." "I'm not afraid," Mrs. Prynno Interjected. "Faith, I bco that, madam. But your maid, now 7 Would it not bo well to return to your stateroom and qulot her, whilst I'm ascertaining the cause of this trouble? I promiso to advise yo Instantly, whether there's danger or not." "You'ro very thoughtful," sho returned. "I'm sure you're right Thank you." Ho escorted her to her stateroom and left her at the door, remarking Us number and renewing his pledge to return In ten minutes moro speedily If possible. Ho was-bacIn five, with a long face. Mrs. Prynno answered instantly his summons and, stepping out quickly, closed the door tight In the fraction of a Becond that it was wide, however, O'Rourkc saw ono side of the stateroom warm and bright with electric light, and sitting there, Ceclle the maid, completely dressed, wide awake and vigilant The girl was French and sullenly handsome after her kind. O'Rourkc got an Impression of a resolute chin and resolute eyes k double-knocke- calanco of her knowledge 6t inert. He bore tbo Inspection with equanimity, quite sure of himself, as was natural In the O'Rourkc. Provoked, put on his mettle, ho felt himself Invincible, and showed It In every lino of his pose. Slio could not havo wavered long; Indeed, her decision was qulto manifest. Impulsively sho caught his two hands In her own. "Yes," sho cried, "I do beHevo you! I tnko you nt your word your generous word, Colonel O'Rourkc! I will trust Implicitly in you. You shall get mo to Rombay by tho fifteenth." "The fifteenth?" ho echoed thoughtfully. "This Is tho tenth." "Tho Panjnab Is scheduled to arrive on the fifteenth. All my plans depend upon thero being no delays." "Five days! It shall bo managed, Mrs. Prynno. Bombay by tho fifteenth it fchall be, or tho O'Rourko will have broken his heart!" Sho grow thoughtful. "You nro very good I've told you that I believe that you will accomplish what you promise. Yet it seems hardly fair to saddle you with my cares, my perils, without Informing you of their na- Hogwallow News. up to die by three or our best doctors, Hint tho town of Tlckvlllo this week wits flooded Willi circulars. Xo groat damage In reported, however. Haa Harlow think our Deputy Constable hotild wear Ills star on tho back of hi coat, us niont of the meaniies.' la dono behind hi back. A report (IlORwnllow Kentuchlan.) lmn reached Hogwallow "I had been given am 70 years I could not stand it to be on my feet and I was so swelled in the abdomen I could hardly breathe. But thanks to Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy and Nervine I am able to be about the streets, a walking advertisement of the curative qualities of your remedies, although I ... old." John R. Cochran, After havhnr obeerved the picture of W. L. DoukIiih with price notations accompanying It.Tobo Jtonuloy U wonder-l- n what off leu ho Is runnhiK for. Tho mall carrier was several flays late In arriving, ho having stopped along tho way many times to dlscti-tho almost lmpus.ubla condition of the roads. Lcwistown, III. Better than any statement we could make regarding the value of Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy are these words of Mr. Cochran. He speaks from experience, the highest possible source of knowledge. If you have any of the signs of a weak heart, such as pain in the left shoulder or arm, fainting and hungry spells, shortness of breath, smothering spells, fluttering or palpitation of the heart, you need this week j ture" would fine Stallions and Jacks will be found at the following points: My My fine standard trotting bred stallion ALEX H. Register No. 37012, will make the season of 1912 at Whitesville in Daviess county Ky., at the Old Mill Barn. Season, 15.00. Alex H. is a fine Horse has no equal as an individual or breeder. year old jack and has proven himself a sure foal getter and fine breeder he has some colts foaled this spring, 5 and 7 don't take our word, but see the colts for yourself and you will fall in love with him. $10.00 to insure colt to stand and suck. NOTICE JHrcLi "Madam, 'tis not the O'Rourke who ever be prying Into your secrets. Let's not compllcato a simple situation with explanations." "But, colonel, there Is one thing more." Ho paused, "it is a question," sho continued, "of chartering a ship at Aden, is It not?" "I sco no other way." "Then spare no expense, Colonel O'Rourko. Remember that I foot the bill." "But er " "Or, if you insist, sir, I pay nothing: Great Britain pays for both of us." "Eh? Yes?" ho stammered. "But see, colonel." Ho had before then noted Indifferently that sho wore a chain of thin, fine gold about her neck. Its terminationpresumably a locket of some sort bidden In the folds of her corsage. Now she quietly pulled this forth, and displayed her pendant, a Httlo trinket of gold, a running greyhound exquisitely modeled. Stunned, ho stared first at the top, then at tho woman. "Ye mean to say ?" ho whispered, doubting. "On the King's service, Colonel O'Rourke!" "A King's courier, madam? You a woman!" "And why not?" she demanded proudly. "The King's messengers dare many dangers, It's true. But In some of them might not a woman serve better than a man?" "True enough. Yet 'tis unprecedented at least, ye'H admit most unusual. I begin to understand. That lascar, for Instance ?" "Believe mo, Colonel O'Rouri, I'm at liberty to tell you nothing.1' 'Tell me this, at least: would ye ;kaow him if ye saw him again'?" "Truthfully," Bhe said, looTdng him fa 'the eye, "I would not. I will say one other 'word: I had anticipated his attack, although I bad never seen him (before." oh Columbus' Alfop will from now study tho cattle market quotations each week In order that ho can know Just c.sactly what his calf Is worth. As soon as tho Postmaster can sell tho rest of tho Daniel ISoono cigars out of tho box, ho announces that he will o havo another nlco new bo for rent. post-offic- Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy which for over twenty years has been recognized as the best preparation of its kind to be had. Sold under a guarantee assuring the return of the price of the first bottle If It falls to benefit. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, lnL Tho Old Miser on Musket Ridge stu. '; his hend out of the house for a few minutes yesterday, but slammed the door com-hif- f. when ho saw KUIck Ilallwanger Tho backwardness of jsprlns Is solng g?t to cause a lot .of our citizens to tcrilbly behind with ,thelr fishing. Tho ladles of tho Dog III11 church aro making money up ,tlils week to buy tho preacher a pair of plow shoes. Thev will prolyibly complete the toak by tho last of next week. When you sco a fellow sitting with tho palm of his hand across his chcjl: ho Is either an author or he has tho toothache. NEW NOT THE SEWING MACHINE OF QUALITY. SOLD UNDER ANY OTHER NAME. HOME WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. LIBERTY WOOD, is 5 I 3-- 3-- WW i "Faith, tis yourself that has yciir courage wtth ye, Mrs. Prynxe! . . . "But good night, madam! Tour :etrv-ant!- " Sh iiv& Am'1 1 ll "You Den Man to VNiltpered. "Goodnight, coload'tibe said softly, and as tibe watched htm swing .away laughed Tightly and strangely. Later, etlll standing outside her door, she sighed, and an odd light glowed deep In her'eyjes of grayish-green- . Sighing again, .smd with another low laugh that irang a thought derisive, as (He though 'tme were flcrafflog .tho man whose "service she accepted soigladly, rihe 'turned and vanished within her .As she did so, the evposite door tthat of :an inside stateroom on the 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-- J v CHICAGO PRIDE, my noted breeding jack known as S.J.Baker & Sons jack of Patesville,Ky. He will also make the season of1912 at Fordsville, at $10.00. Ho is 151 hands high standard measure 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. an Instant nel?" under level brows; and he dm not in the least doubt tQiat she was qulte.pre-pare- d to make good and effectual .use of the revolver vmich she held pointed dlrecUy at the opening. Why? From her nrintress' poise, tee one arm rigid at her side, the band con cealed in the Solds of her gown O Rourke divined 'that she was .alert, tanned, on her guard no less than .the maid. Dut see left him no time to :puzzle over the mystery. "Well?" she demanded breathlessly. " 'Tls as I UuMtfht, Mrs. Prynste. A cylinder-hea- d has tolown off and done no end of damage. 'We're crippled, if In .no danger. The .other screw will take us far as Aden, hut tbero we'll hav.o to wait for the mext boat." Mrs. Prynne's face clouded with dismay. "How long a (day or two?" she demanded. "Mayhap," he replied, no less disconsolate; "mayhap aa much as a week. Faith, 'tis meseK 'that woaft St were otherwise, but I fear there's s mending matters." She regarded dim thoughtfully for -- rsame gasgway was epened icautlous- lly. Aittnfcaned head jeered out. Its oyes glancing swiftly tm 'and down the (corridor. Long since, .however, the excited (passengers hall been reassured and had returned 4e their berths; .the coast was clear. .The, lascar stepped noiselessly out, shut the door without a eoand, and sped swiftly forward: a long, brown man with :an Impassive cast of countenance In which his ej hone with a curious light. As he swung Into the spate at the foot of the ealoon compaauanway, be collided violently with an undersized d and excessively Irishman, nearly upsetting the latter, to say nothing of a glass of brandynd-sod- a which the. was conveying to a certain stateroom. "Phwat the divvle, ye domaed nay-puFwhy d'ye not look where ye'fe going?" demanded Danny with, some r! The other morning the chilly wind If you purchaso tho NEW HOME you will blew tlio rain around tho corner of havo a llfo asset at tho rrlce you pay, and will not have an endless chain of repairs. these-- houses In tnnlushcs, and tho sky sloomy through tho looked bare Quality tree TJicao were the elements Considered tho report that spring had come, but far oft In some bare peach it is the tree I heard the squeak of a tiny Cheapest wren, In contradiction to the denial. in the end In When tho Incessant rains were to buy. progress In the vicinity of HogwalTT vnil vnnt n flmvlntf tnfli.hlnA. vrlf A Gftr low the past week a flood in Gander creek seemed Inevitable, and such our latest catalogue before you purchase. Uiero miglu have been had not many Tbe New Home Sewing Machine Co., Orange, Mass of our residents set large numbers of rain barrels to take care of much of the surplus water. Ladies! SaTe Mosey aid Keep Prof. Sap Spradlla of the Wild t- Style by Reaiu McCWs very Onion school house, is becoming Magazine and Using MxCall Patterns popular, and If ho keeps on he may later run for some kind of office. KcCrMitiUIII M5CAILS MAGAZINE licli you dress was even noticed His pmsence in at a. modoraie cspeDso by t o o p n e TickviUo last week, and the TJdhigs posted on. the yiiu latost fashions Ire of that city put hut name In .the paclothes and hats. 60 per, saying he wax a pleasant caller New Fashion Dozens lu each. Issue. Also at tbe office Thursday. Prof. Sprad-le- n Tutuablo: information announces that he will save these en nil homo and Only matters'. pros clippings for grandchildhis COc a year. Inctudrng. a frso pattern. Sub- U .took at In after years. ren scribe today or scad for frco samplo copy, lllse Flutle Belcher has a sew McCall rattcrai wll I enablo yon to make In yone own home, withrotrroivii hands clotblnzfor spring .hat. It bos two large wlns yourself aud childcm which mil bep(cct on It, and the next thing you know In style and fit. lilclicr lime IS cents Scad for free 1'aJV.TU Catalogue ( she wlu be making a flying trip to Wt Wil Cm Y Fim TntnU for retllnir Mb Tfeta-llle- . fcrlptions among itour rMcnc'i. tynd for frco it 1 per-tnii- al PrH-e-m- Premium Catalogue and Cash Prize Offer. heat The East Indian backed away, .bowed profoundy, mumbling something In articulate, and sprang up the steps. Danny looked after him, for a moment hesitant, then put down the tray and pursued. He caught the flicker of the lascar's cummerbund as the latter es caped to the deck, and himself arrived at the forward end of the promenade just In time to see a white shape dis appear Into the steerage companion-way- . "Then you, too, travel Is haste, colo- man, will handle Alex H. and Liberty at John Greenwell, the noted stallion and jack Tempest and and Chicago Pride will be in care of C. E. Miller, FORDSVILLE, KY. ,r. '" late, 'twill be all up. I'm heavy with an urgent enterprise, madam." And no smiled. The woman looked past him, down the dusk of the gangway, apparently pondering her dilemma. "What will you do?" she Inquired at length. "Faith!" he said, disturbed, "that's bard to say." She flashed him an lronlo look. "You mean you are resigned to the inevitable?" "Be the powers I " he cried la "I'm resigned to nothing that doesnt please me. Is It that ye ask me aid? Sure, If ye do, neither the Inevitable nor the impossible shall keep ye from arriving at Bombay, and on Umel" Her spirit, through her eyes, an- smered his In a lash. Then cooling, he looked him over from crown to tit weifthlsg Um deliberately J, tbt tune hangs upon me haste. If I get there he checked himself In time, the word Rangoon upon bis tips "too "Indeed J do so, madam. Me for- "I'd take me oath," said Danny reflectively, "tbot he's the aaygur thot-camCoBBBiapttou aboard at Suez. 'Tls meself SO cents at all drUKfiists. in lu mar forsw tbot wishes I'd had a betther peep at the ugly mug av him. I'm thinking Head tho special offer concerning the If you are subject to Coughs, Colds, I'd betther be after tellln' himself." new boolc, "The Vulture's Claw,' on Pains In the chett nnd under thoshoul. (To be continued.) 39tf. another page of this lfsue. der blades, Jf you have night sweatB, hemorages or consumption on any form, Thero never was a time wlien people feel weak and run down, write us and Great building Falls. ' appreciated the aval merits of Cliamber-laiWhen Its foundation Is undermined, and we will send you a FULL SIZED COT. Cough llemedy more than now. If the foundation of health-go- od TLE of Germinal Emulsion, as a FitEQ folIs attacked, quick collap&o Tills la sliown by tho increase in sales TRIAL and you can see for your self and voluntary testimonial from persons lows. On the first signs of Indigestion, what tho medicine will do for you. who have been cured by It. It you or Dr. King's New Life Fill Bhoidd be tuk-e- n If you will send us 25 cents, we will your children are troubled with a cough to tone the stomach and reguUUe prepay the exprccs charges, the pack or cold give it a trial and become acquaint liver, kldnejs and bowels Pleasant age Is too large to go by mall. Address, ed with Its good qufllltit. For sale by ill easy, wfe and only 23 cents at all OHIO MEDICAL CO., m. dealer. m Lock Bo K, drutt'UlJ. COLUMUUS. a n' Ut'o--Ho- THE IcUU. C0PAM.Z)9l.Z49Wt 374 &.MW WX There is a move en foot around ,to have the road to Itye Straw straightened. Soveral travelers having Four bouse plants free. Read our from time to time complained of having the vertigo after Journeying around Its announcement la another colmany crooks and turns. The Hogwallow umn. 23tf Intpayweinsnt Society at once .took up th matter and have reported tlmt while on A Wonderful Offer. doubt tho road should not be so crookRead the Big Offer oi The Ropub-ca- n ed, they cannot see the advisability of on another page oi straightening It out, oa tills "Would make this lasuo It nearly three miles longer, and as yet wherein you can get this paper, Tine Poo-pitliero Is novhero bey,und Itye Straw Fanner & Stockman and tho Popular Monthly, ono yoairoaoh. for tbe road to go. and a full size 10x20 crayon enlarge ment ALL for 2.05. Flagged Train With Shirt. 2?tC Tearing his shirt from his back a:i Ohio ran XUvggul a itraln and tuvenl It ' WE WANT TO SEND from u wreck, but H. T. Alston, Ital- elgh, N. C, onco prevented a wreck with EletrJo Bittern. "I was In a torrlOl plight wJien I began to uso them," lie ABSOLUTBLY writes, "my stomach, head, hack and kidneys were all badly affected nnd my liver wa In bad condition, but four botOur Treattles of Klectrlc Ulttem made mu fuel ment lor like a new man." A trial will convince WEAK you of their matchless merit for any LUNGS stomach, liver or kidney trouble, Trlio Hog-wallo- w -es YOU FREE Ercf f''Q"fc'-"',- - ,5ilitk. 4ui' . . tiHieui0it,U idtiPtMMStji. .&.&. vi.v -.- i--. ,f September Alice, sunk In Princes the Thames river; 700 lives latortd according to law nt the December mnll mnttcr ot the second Hartford, Ky., znntln sunk In ceV.lMon ilnncllcf with the Ilritlsli nUo; 210 live lot C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER 1878, Hartford Republican. !;, Iron stenmer In collision lost. stenmer Dar. In tiio ENCAMPMENT FOR KY. BOYS1 Will m ift5iftiftftiAftjift5ij4AiftjftftftftA4ftAftftftftft2 E. P. BARNES J. A. CLAY & strainer ltln- - 1 EDITOR8 BAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. (! all communications Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS SnWrlbcm dotting the t to nilclrccn nint give the old nddri-- s In to n mw innllng the rninrot. tln.'illcltcd mnnmwlptu attention. will not be returned will receive no nnlecu nccoiiijmnled by Anon.vmotii communications 3oial. 3inrr T3SZ.S2PXZOX7SB. Ovusitoaxlaixd. 22. - mi DAY, MAY 3. Tho editorial on the poultry industry In Ohio county that appeared In thee columns last week was given favornble comnunt and reproduced in the Courier-JournMonday and this county win congratulated upon her enterprise. The appointment last week of Mr. 13. V. Blrkhoad as Master Commissioner by Circuit Judge HlrMicml will Iw met with a general nppron1, and wo nre confident that the duties ot this office will be to in a careful and painstaking manner as was done by Mr. Ulikhcad's predecessor, Mr. I I.. Tells. Several Inquiries hae liecn made nt the this office by those Intel ested In National election of delegates to the In Republican Convention sit Chloayo Juno as to the States jet to elect and the number of delegate. In another column we givu the States, number of delegates., and dite of com en tlons or primaries. dele-pat- al training ship January At'itntri left llermudn with 200 men nnd w to never heard from. lv7, January 23 Stenmer Knpunda In col Ilslon with bark Ada Melorc, off coast of Ilrnzll; 300 lives lost. lvs7, November IV Hrltlsh Mreime,r Wtih Canton Young, caught fire between nnd Hong Kong; 4e0 lives lout. Du- 1SW, Tebrunry 17 IhltMi steamer burg, wrecked In the China Sea; 4f) lives lot. l"W, September 19 Turklh frigate Erto- grul, foundered off Japan; &) lives loat. liner L'topt.i In 11, March collision with IJiItMi steamer Anson, off Gibraltar and sunk; 57 lives lost. Xamehov.-- , 1W, Jauuaiy 13 Steamer wrecked in China Sea; 411 lives lost. 1M)I, June 25 Steamer Norge, wrecked on P.ockall reef, In the North Atlantic; CuO lives lost. 1S", January 3) German steamer 111b', sunk In eoUIMon with lliltUh steamer Carthrle In North Sen; 'ST. lives lost. Itcliia 193, Mnicli 11 Spanish cruiser Itegenta, foundeied in the Atlantic i't tlie entrance to the Medltenancan; fi") lives lost W, July I rrench l.lno Steamer l.i Hoitrgogne, hi collision with llrltN'1 sailing vescl Cionfaitjshlie; 571 lives lost. J90I, June l't General Slocum, ecursjn steamboat took flic going thiotigh Hell Gate, East Elver, moie than u thous. and lives lost. 1;m, Wot!, be Held in Beautiful Anniston, Ala. AUTOMOBILES! cfr Chamber of Commerce of That! City Writes Letter to Company H. I ti J & Tlie foVowhig letter has bociii received by Eltitt. C. 11. Shown of Company 11 from tho Chamber of Comnurce of the city of Annlton, Alabama, where the Hartford Company together with tho entire brigade of the Kentucky militia w be In camp during June. 1 1 ti ti ti s b ti ti ? ti ti ti ti ti ti ? ti a ti ti ti ti 41 ti 4i ti ti ti 41 ti ti ti ti 4? ti ? ti ti ti ? 41 o i j 0 .Commanding De-.- ir Officer, Company 11. TJilnl Infantry, Hartford Kentucky. Sir; As jour orginlzatlon Is. e- - We Have tHe Agency in Ohio County for the Famous ? c pected to attend tlie mniuu vers of the Department of tho Gulf to be held at Anniston tills jenr, we writ to amnio jou that jou will meet wltU welcome nnd also to give jou a some of the facts concerning .our cltj Anniston Is a city of 17,000 papulation situated In Noitlunst Alabama, In tli foot hills of the Ulue llldge, nt sm i Hon of 1,WX feet nbovo tho sen ilcwl. .t has ample r.illio.id facilities nnd (the ell mate Is escc'lent. The selection of this point for holding the 'nmneuv cis tills jear was made aft i two crj' complete hisjieetlons of lilg officials of the niiuj. Elist Inspoevtl n by Col. V. C. Mills, livsjiector Gen-r- al Second inspection by Col. Mann, Chi f of the Staff of Gen. Eiedeiick 15. Grant and other offlceis. Ford Model "T Automobiles -- Also the Celebrated FLANDERS 20 and E. M. F. 30 Made by the Studebaker Corporation. the products of the two biggest and best motor car manufacturers in the business for the price. We carry cars in stock at our garage in Central City. We would be pleased to have you visit us and look at our cars. Correspondence solicited. Catalogs sent on request. We sell J J J o I I J ? January 21 Ili.illlkui battleship In reading of tile iLKiter of the tanic one leads n gieat deal of the Tim of many wealthy and noted people but scarcely do jou see any of the deeds of some poor and unknown sailor ehroiil cjed. Surtly nil ot the deeds of lieiolsm were not done by the lieh people, nnd If this were the ease it was the that time in history. In A few weeks npo It was mentioned these columns that a fair wo uld probvbly be held at Haufoul this car, and that nn effort would be made to foini a new stock company with stockholders all o(r the county. Since that time quite u number of people Jllng in adjoining towns It would surpiite ou to know of the nnd cities hae made Inquiries about our good that is being done by CI iamb fair, nnd they all express a hope that great Nuv- again have a big county Iain's Tablets, Darius Downey, of Hartford will burg Junction, N. I! , w rites, "My w Ife fair. has been using Chamberlain's Tablets .Republican Delegates to be Elected and finds them very effectual and dol good." If jou have any trou List of States, No. of Delegates to be her lo's of ble with jour stomach or bowels give them elected and date of elections. a trial. I"or sale by all dealers. m Alabama, 2, 5th District (?) Aqtildiban sunk near I!lo Jaiieiio liv nn explosion of the pov.r niagaIiio-s- , 212 lives lost. IjoO, August 4 ltalllan emigrant ship Shlo struck a lock off Cape I'.ilos, ", lives lost. 19u7, July 2) American steameis Columbia ami San l'edro collided on the California Coast; Km lives lost. 19ix, Maieli --'"Japanese steamer Mut.su Maru, sunk in collision neai Hakodate; 300 lives lot. lDlh, Apill Sii liipmesu ti. lining clulser Mat.su Shlnni sunk off tlie l'.isc.ulor-- s on to an explosion; 2iJ lives lost. 19e0, Januniy 2i Collision between the ltalllan steamer L'loildi nnd tho 'White Star liner Itepubllc, about 170 miles East of New Yoik during a fog; a laige number of lives weie saved by the ai rival of tlie steamer Iiatalic which received tho "C. Q. D." or (listless signal sent up by wlieless by the operator Jan. 2.'; the ltcpublic sank while being towed, 6 lives lost. In-le 41 4? J b t I Arizona, 6, (?) This is to certify that n majority of Primary California, 16, 1'ieslden.Ual tlie stockholders of Hartford Mill Conv May 14th. pany, have consented that the existence Colorado, 2, May 14th. be of said companj' as a corporation, Georgia, 2, Cth District, (?) terminated, and the affairs of said ComIdajio, 8, State May lCUi. pany are beInj e'osed up. Kansas, IS, All except 1st district May Given under our hands this 3th day of 8th. Arril, 1912. Mar) land, 16, Presidential Primary J. C. DUKHETT. May Gtli. V. K. IIU-IS- , President. Michigan, 2, 3rd District May 15th. J. C. IJILEY, Cec'y. and Treas. Minnesota, 21, District May 13th. State. Still in business w 1th more House Ma May 16th. terial than ever. Some material cheaper MU.sj.uri, 4,J3th May .'; ICtli May Sth. than ever before. Montana, 8, May ltl.li. llATtTrOnD MILL CO. Nevada, C, May Cth. New Jersey, J, Presidential Primary In Memory of Little Blondell Amos May 2Sth. The death angetl visited tlie homo of North Carolina, 21, State May 15th. 1J, Mr. nnd 51is. Gettlo Amos April Ohio 4S, May 21st. and took from them their darling babe Oklahoma, 2, Sth Dhrtilct (?) "Blondell." He wus a sweet babe anil South Dakota, 10, Presidential Primary loved by all who knew him and will bo June 4th. greatly missed. He was ono Jear, eight Tennessee, 8, Sth, 10th, at large, Ktate months and cilevcji ilijs old when God May 14th. called him above. It was hnid mj haul Texas, 40, State May 2Sth. to give him up, but It is a sweet consoUtaJi, 8, May 15th. lation to know that Jiu Is at iestWliem Washington, 14th, May 15th. no moio sad partings shall come. Hut a Wet Vlrelnla, If, State May ICtli. rive" blessed meeting when our life's woik DUtilets May nth. Is ended and wo meet on that blissful Wjomlng, C, May "th, County Convenshore where Mil pai tings shall he no tions; May 13th State. moie. May we all as Clod would have us 11 vo and meet dm ling Illondcll again. Arkansas 18, State May 7th. Notice. Tho c.inip site Is located elo'e in and on an elevation IiIkIi ami dry nnd w '1 41 diniiicd. Immediately adjoining tlie i all 4? load jards ami close to tlie electric railway. The maneuvti giounds, comprising ,0i acies, splendldlj- - .ulnpte1 for the pin pose, lmmedlatelj' mljolns the cAiiip having jou and jour organ I .a Hon wltli site. Yours verj- - truly, us. .An unlimited Mipply of purest mouncommimci:. ciiAMiinu tain spilng water will be piped throughI.. C. AVATSON. Sec'j'. out the camp. The water requires no boiling to make It suitable for drlnkliu Farm for Sale. purposes. riftj'-nln- e acres of well timbered land. Anniston lias a well equipped amuse- two and miles of l'ordsvllle, ment park with a summer theatre that Ky. Terms reasonable. Call on, will be open and which can be reached W. T. KEOWN, by carllne without transfer, from the 39tl It. 1. ltejnolds, Kj camp. Wo a,'so have a eountry club and numerous other places of Notice aniuenitMit and entertainment. All local unions A. S. of K. in Magisterial Dlstilct are called Anniston Is In tho Southeastern Ease Ball I.eamie and had the pennant wln- - to meet at Contcrtown on Saturday May nlng team In 1911. Tills leaguo is strong- - 11, at 1 o'clock to leorganie n district er tlian last season and the ball park ,1 union. By order of Centertovvn Local on the car line leading from the camp No. 037. W. E. Brown, Tree. to the city. A. ROSS, Sec'j". Owing to the fact that during the Span Vvc or 1 one-half Ccn-terto- Barnes & Clay Machine Works CENTRAL CITY, KENTUCKY. VVV 0r$l". ;r ns n public 'grafter,' official 'erode or S. C. II. Lcshorns, ilarrei P. Rocks. embezzler,' who had vlnl.it. d hit mill tor liwinty slid iiinllty lllrl rnrrtulh- "I never witting1 diUvid anjlile Ihi tlml I .'tborii rgt SO Order ucitt $l.' hurl, rcn I never ln.tr.ijcd u trim or loIntcd i inttivd. confidence, and would not dm the It. I IIVR.S.M1H. It. No a. Ilrnvrr Dniu, Ky. truth of mj past for anj uffi. e wttliln SM" I nm nffeilng tho gift of the people. mj.solf for what I am worth, and nun l'or fine quality printing of an kind prove to 1k worth In the future ' call on The Hartford llcpubllcnn. Listen! fou caovwevsk v4SH GOODS. K m our Two good work mules for sale at my ments of tlie National Guards, the peo- farm three miles south of Beaver Dar.:, ple of Anniston nre well acquainted with Kentucky. E. W. BAKEK. soldiers soldier Jifo und we einjoy 31tf War a largo ca,mp was Ship, a'so to our having entertained many state encamplocated here. Carrip Mules for Sale.. BHLJTvSMfWv &50S&Z3k itt tsf Lw I and having then with us. We believe th soldiers likewise have been .well pleased with tlie trcatnvnt accorded them here. Wo trust we may have the pleasure of Former Outlaw is Candidate. 30.--- SUFFERED 23 YEARS Ctntfant Sufftrtr From Catarrh RtHavid Parana. April City, Okla., Oklahoma of robber J. Jennings, a former banks and trains und member of an Oklahoma outlaw gang that terrorlze-In the enrly da)s, ills has announced candidacy for County Attorney of Ok- lahoma City. Jennings paid tho penalty for his crimes by bervlng a term In tho Fed- He was released by for- eral prison. mer President Itoosevcilt. Chrtn-l- o In his anouncement he sas: In "I would rather have my record by its blackest hue than to be pointed out ) I i laaaBBwiaaBiL-L- 3BBBElEfe - i , fi--' T 0 ' -- nrxft tet. Record of Marine Disasters. New York, April 2.'. Among the Im- It Is liaid, to luiid to give one up portant marine dlsasteis lecoided jiro: That w ehave learncd'to love. ISCfl, January 11 Steamer London on Her But God knovveth best way to Melbourne, fouudeicd in the And 1ms said come up above. ; 220 lives lost. Hay of Little Blondcll's Ufa Is ended. 18C7, October 29 ltoal mall steamers His plajlng on cnith is done, t Ithone and Wo and about fifty other In Jcsus's nuns ho is Bleeping eeln driven ashore and wrecked at Until tho resui icction morn. St. Tliomas, AVtst Indies, by a hurTlie little babe has gono to rest, ricane; about 1,Wj .Umh lost. To leign with Clod f oi ever blest, 1873, January 22 Ilritlsli Ktcamcr North-fl- eet It's little tongue we'll alvvajs praise, Dungeness; In colision off A fcavioi's love redeeming grace. 300 lives lott. AN AUNT. 23 White 1S73, November J.uicr Mai ACTIVeVaN IN EACHLOCALrTY Atlantic wrecked of Nova Scotia; 517 WANTED Uvea lost. To jolu tills Society. Sick, accident, 1S7I, December 20 Emigrant vessel Ce. death benefits. And Introduce our Patrick took fire and sunk Oft Auck- Membership. All or spare time. 50 to (300 a month. Every Member seland; 17G lives lust. uhlji cured glres you a steady monthly InUahilng 1378.. March come. Experience not needed. Write Urydice, a frigate, foundered near the for plane. Box Covington, Ky. Itle ot Wleht; SCO lives lost. "'TC'- s Wse-ayJI-20- uiiim iRwanBra Mrs. J. H. Bourland, San Saba, Texas, writes: "For twenty-three years I was a constant sufferer F : " 'from chronic catarrh. I had a severe misery and burn-In- s In the top ot my head. There was al- ! most a continual drop-pin- ? '.; - iBaaWi of mucus Into my throat, which caused frequent ex-pto ration. My entire system gradually became in volved, and my condition H. Bourland. grew worse. I Mr. J. had an incessant cough and frequent attacks 'of bilious colic, from which it seemed I could not recover. My bowels also became affected, causing alarming attacks of hemorrhages. I tried many remedies, which gave only temporary relief or no relief at all. I at last tried Tcruna, and in three days I was relieved of the bowel derangement. After using five bottles I was entirely cured. 1 most cheerfully recommend the uso of rerun to any one similarly afflicted." ec -- Graduating Look nice in summer time; make your clothes of cool, dainty wash goods. IVhat Is more delightful than to put on a pretty wash dress, fresh and spotless from the laundry? Know that when you come to us for your Summer lawns and linens, percals and ginghams, you will get reliable goods and colors that will wash well and wear well. Come In and see them and test them. Our prices on these goods are moderate. For a very small outlay you gain a very big amount of comfort and pleasure. Lggj Presents! I have a number of very pretty and useful things that would make nice graduating presents. I think a watch is one of tho most useful, as they are both pretty and a necessity. Drop in and through anyway. look II J. B. TAPPAN Jeweler and Optician CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. a 1 Hartford, :: Ky. Hartford, Kentucky. "4M jtw wait nryTvtyyjwpCTWJ"" V r "T JrtBWM. 1l ,u. KM Usi. Thomn.1 Sanders, of Qlatnn, trans acted liu&lntxt In Hartforil , Monday, Sir. llnck Smith, ltotite C, paid The HopuMirnn a pleasant cnll yosterday. Uiknn Eleiior Petty, who was ulto III early this week ,ls much bettor. MIm Mr. '.. Wnjni- - Urlffln, of Louisville, sptnt Saturday anil Sunday hero with his AN AFTER -- CONTEST "THANK YOl 9 llljin M"finiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiisjnxp M' """""" -- Tnns ff faintly. Mr. Uyron Humes, of Ilenvcr paid The. Itepubllcan n pleasant l,mi, call.yts-tcrday. It's all over even the shouting. . On the second thought, no, it isn't all over. It has just begun. You 51m. T. 11. Barnard returned Wednesday from n short visit at Owensboro und 1 contestantswe have begun to We know you glor- Sirs. Dan Aultmlre.of Carrlir has been tho nuct of 51ns. Jnmes 0. Bennett for several days. 51111s, 1,11., m I J.11 I. .Ill . .'. I I . . . . if-- Mil m Mw as never before. have learned what a ious lot of splendid fighters you are, and we wish in the bottom of our hearts that we could send every one of you a handsome Cote. can't do that, but we are sure to retain a fine regard for everyone of you, and henceforth to feel thankful to you for helping our contest to become the brilliant success that far exceeds our We Hd Attorney K. 51. Woodward left lait Springs to spend Suturdny for D.iWJ-oa few days with Sirs. Woodward. County Attorney C K. Smith will lenvo today for Owensboro to transact legal business. p C IL WTTTTTW 11111. y.iBMaAiiHAaAAAAaflaansiaaafSVHvaa H M-- n l.,l,.l.l.,..l. jp ' 1 Wl uHjIv' z ..' 1I. nml 5Irs. Jr C. Jackson, of nro tho proud tparcnts of a fine n, expectations. And all you friends of the contestantsa fine army of enthusiastic hustlers we have learned to know you and are decidedly anxious to know you better. Our store will be open house for you hereafter. We desire to retain and enlarge upon your friendship. To the public there is one part of this contest that we are NOT going to put a stop to. That is always our offering of good quality, up-to-da- te, hoy that arrived week. K Mr- AV. Hen - at their Iiouko last 0W E. TKe Art Exhibit not a shoemaking genius well as a WHYdressmaking And why not aasshoemakingRembrandt a Millet? Worth as as a well of , ki hllthVn cininer und C 5IrY hnvo returned from a visit with Schlcmmer'H mother, Sirs, l'ehr, of Caul nulton, I ml'. 51rs. worth? There is as an inspection the new "Queen Quality" models we now have on display will prove. Many of the new 'Queen Quality" Boots might aptly be called art creations, so really beautiful are they. They stand out from the average shoes as does a , dainjhtr. Howan Holbrook ond returned Tuesday nlghflro Owensboro.wheio they had been pending a few days. 5lr. Silo Taylor und family have moved resifrom Attorney Krnest Woodward' dence to 5Irs. Mutllo Barrutt's residence on Clay Street. You would bo surprind to seo what useful articles can bo had hi tho lOu department of S. L. King's Hardware Store, Hartford. Step in and seo for yourself. 03tf. c, beautifully gowned woman amongst the commonplace. Yet an interesting feature of "Queen Quality" Shoes is their moderate price $3.50 and $4.00 for "Custom Grade" $3.00 and $3.50 for the Regular. Give us the pleasure of demonstrating the merits of these exceptional shoes. -- 1 We have everything in Dry Goods to fit Milady 11 up in her New Spring Toggery. dependable merchandise, at prices that you'll agree to. Also we have pledged ourselves to serve you in such a way as to render you thoroughly satisfied to stay right here with us. At 9 o'clock Thursday night the judges were still counting the thousands of votes, having commenced early Thursday morning, hence too late to announce winner in this paper. Name of the winner and how contestants stood will be on display in our show window this morn-- P. Beaver Dam, Ky. Bro, Barnes & o. 5Ilss Katherlno Thoinpsun, of Fonls-vl'IAttorney 51. L. Heavrln h ft yesterday tho arrived Weilnesdny to be for a short business trip to Owcnsboro. guest of 5Ilss Orrel Flclden until after Juilge W. II. Barnes and son, Glenn, tho coniiueivccmuut exercises of Hartford were In Owcnsboro this week. College. i When you contemplate buying hardware Col. It. II. 5Iartln returned Wednesday farming Implements of any kind, re- night from a business trip to Oweus-bormember I can save you money. S. L. KING,' agaln't The case of the Government Hartford, Ky. Jesse Schroder, chnrged with being an 3tf accomplice In counterfeiting, will be call511ss Orel Fleldcn returned a few days no:t ago from Dawson Springs, where "die ed In Federal court at Owcnsboro spent several days with her sister, 5Irs. week. Woodward, who Is. .under treatment Jllss Avle Oda Woodruff and 5Ir. Herwero at that J 'uce. bert Hopper, of Beaver Dam, Tlnsley's office At a recent meeting of tho Hnrtford married at County Clerk Wednesday, Elder 5V. B. Wright official College Athletic Association It wti ing. gymnasium over to close i:. 51. ing at SI TO THE Of Quality HOME Groceries Good Groceries GO TO The Right Spot EVERY TIME! 10 o'clock. Jk&&6a Hartford Republican. IW1DAY, 51AV 3. tlu ller's THIS IS THE RIGHT SPOT 00 TO, EVERY TIME, FPU GOOD GROCERIES. grocery, commencing 5lay luitll Fall. 1 and contlnu-lo- g Hutter Beans cents. Mr. at U. Carspn's, 8 3 41tf. Oervtertown, Thomas Benton, of paid The Itepubllcan a coll, 5londay. JIIss Alice Pcan, of near Contertown, lsltlns Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. Duke, this week. Is -- M. H. L. No. tt. E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. N. ttaw card etfectlre Monday & Kl No. No. No. 112 North Bound duo 7:19 a. m. County Drug Co. daily except Sunday. represgentlng Capt. John CJ. Kcown, 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. the J. I. Cubo Co., spent o. few days dally except Sunday. here this week with homo folks. 115 South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. 'Mrs. Sirs. John W. Sundcrfer und dally except Sundey. m. Loney Sandcrfer, No Creek: and Sirs. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p Mllllo UeniHtt, city, paid Tho Itepubllcan dally except Sunday. a pkn.sunt call AVcdnesday. Agfc All. 21fct Hackct's Gape Cure klUs the worms as well as tho Germs. l"or sale hy Ohio ' H. E. MISCHKE ricnty of Seed Potatoes nt U. S. , Car-non- 's '" f row tho now German Hem-ed- y for appendicitis, or any stoma;h trouble, on solo at OHIO COUNTY DItUa CO. ADLKU-I-K- Alius Myrtle Williams has returned Dr. 11. W. Ford returned Saturday a short visit at Central City. from Chicago, where he Ims been taking cabbage, tomato and swcot potn,to meldcat lectures In tho Chicago r.alycllnle r slips call on Albert Wal. 41U for a few weeks. , I, Central Park Gruded School for .the past "The Vulture's Claw" Is full of Chris, school year. tlanlty, complication comedy, romance j. rtuly to Install your and tragedy and written by Ilev. C. F. .When you description Wimbcrly, who held (he Methodist re. telephone, call on us for price of the famous Western Electrlo vlval In Hartford recently. It Is a won. and Telephone for farmers' Jlnes-- lt Is truly derful book and we are offering It and friend. J. W. O'Bonnon The Republican for one year for' fl.O. Uie farmers' and W. C. Sexton, Hartford and Beaver Send your orders before books axe ekhaust ed. W , Dam, Ky. When In need of anything usually kept Miss Loulho I'hlpps has accepted a po In an hardware store, rememsition with the Hartford Music Co. ber I can save you money on each and Whllo It lasts, "IleU Itock" 30c Coffee every purchase. 8. L. KING, 41tf. for 2Jc cash at U. S. Carsons. 33tf Hartford, Ky. If you woud enjoy a dish of pure, rich EGGS FOB. SALE-Sin- glo Comb Buff Ico Cream made from whole Cream, try Orpington Chickens, and Indian Runner OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. Ducks. Orpington eggs 75 cents per 15. Rov. A. J. William left Saturday for Duck eggs 75 cents per 13. Doloware, Daviess cpunty, wliero ho will 51RS. C. A. WILSON, look after limber lntereats for several SStf R. F. D. No. 1, OJaton. Ky. weeks. Sirs. Fleetwood Ward and llttlo son, ,ulck sales and una I profits Is my Loyd Ejldy, returned Wednesday Aftcrnoia motto. Call and be convinced. from Klnffswood, Ky., where they at. , S. L. KING, tonded tlio closing exercises of Kings-woo- d Hartford, Ky. jOtf College, J'hcy were accompanied returned homo home by 51 Us Lydla Wurd, who 13 a Miss Mary Marks lias place. from Mclleivry, wherd she taught In tho teacher at tlmt ct ...... When you need a Disc Harrow, Cultivator, Corn Drill or TIow all kinds-Ra- nge OHIO COUNTY DUUQ CO. Cook Stove or New Terfectlon Oil Stove-c- ol! on S. L. King, Hartford, Corno Chicken and Hen Feed tho most 39tf. and bo supplied at a bargain. economical feed for your poultry. More esgs. Less cost. Sold by. Rev. T. V. Joiner will return today W. E. ELLIS, Produce Slerchant, from Marlon, Ky., whore he attended tho Et4 Hartford, Ky. dedication and of the of the Methodist Church at that Dr. A. B. Itiley, who has been quaranp'ace. Dr. Arthur Slather Is the present tined at his home on account of the pastor. the smallpox, has fully recovered, and was down town yesterday for the first The automobile ordcried iby Dr. L. 11. time for several days. Bean several days ago arrived at the loMaster John Allen Wilson, tho little cal depot lost week, and Wednesday mora Ins was put In running condition, and Is son of Judge and Mrs. J. U. Wilson now making regular rlps to Beaver Is ill with something which resembles ,Dam and return. The car Is especially chicken pox or smallpox, but the physicians have .not fully determined what adapted for transfer work. I it is. Bed birds, known technically as Kentucky Cardinals, were never known to be Capt. James M. Doweese returned 5Ion several weeks so plentiful as this spring, and It Is no day to Owensboro from of vacation In 5Iexlco and a number unusual thing to see aas of .ten Jo fifIs greatly improved teen at omrtline. Heretofore Uieyliavo Western States, He ' Slonday for been seen only in pairs, a mole und a in health and will leave revenue Tho male Is a beautiful bird Paducah, Ky., where ho has a female. assignment. of bright red, tho female being of a moro brownish tinge. Mr. and Sirs. Klnch .Martin, of Hor-topaid Tlio Republican a pleasant All tho boys Interested In tlio corn They recently sold call Wednesday. growing contest are being urged by Supt, their farm and stock at Horton and will Henry Leach to meet him at his office shortly move to near Iloaver Dam, wher hero Saturday for tho purpose of getting they will' reside with their son, 5lr. Boed and Instructions. Mr. Leach has Crit Martin. received a letter from Dr. Fred Slutch-le- r, of Bowling Green, mid he says ho Corno Horse und Slule I'eed guaranteed will bo here tomorrow to give tho boys to be absolutely pure. Kreo from rotten any Information In regard to growing Brain, dirt, screenings or any worthless tho corn that they may desire. material. Cheaper ithan oats or corn, and good substitute for hay when fed Judce It. 11. AVeddlntr and Messrs. C. Cu plentifully. Sold by Hunter and 11. H. ltlley left Wednesday W. E. ELMS, Troduee Slerchant, morning for Krankfort, Ky., where they 12U Hartford, Ky. will so beforo tho State Board of Equal Izatlon, In behalf of tho taxpayers of Tlio fine turn .bcloni;lne to Mr. Ohio county to set the IS per cent, raise llartlett, of tho Twffy neighbor, upon town lots, lands and pergonal prop- hood was destroyed by fire 9 about erty taken off. This extra assessment o'clock Wednesday. Everything Sir. was made upon the Ohio county people HavtletUhad In the way of farming Imut a recent session of the Hoard, plements, &0 bushels of corn, drills, about C.QOO pounds of hay and a lot of You will like "The Vulture's Claw" hv fertiliser were burned. A smull amount Hev. C. V, Wlmberly, because tho plot of Insurance was on the barn. Is a strong one; It Is taken from tho life wo see dally around us, but tlio auProf. II. E. llrown has received a letthor has chosen and used with wonder- ter from the president of Alio Clult Lyful ability tho characters with which all ceum Ilureau, which furnishes the talof us are familiar. So realistic uro his ent for the Hnrtford Cojlejjo lyceum word pictures, that every reader of the course, statins tliat they hwrat very story can and does select some from much that the cnsaKemont at Hartford his community to coincide tho last Friday nlsht liad to be postponed with characters of the book, "The Vulture's on account of tho illness pf Mm. Cox, Olaw" Is sold for $1.50, but by sendlntr one of the entertainers. The Bureau says only ll.C0.to tlio Hartford Itepubllcan you they will furnish another attraction, If get the book and tlio newspaper for one axreeablo to the looal lyceum managers, year. tf which has not been determined upon. -home-coming n, Ish-ma- el Beforo you buy Paint tills spring g?t "our below' wholesale prices on paint. Wo are not going to handle pajnt after this season. Try TheseThey'll Please: Beaver Dam Flour. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas.' Heinz Bottled Goods. Swan Brand Peaches and Apricots. Just received .a large shipment of Karo Korn Syrup and Velva New Orleans Molasses. Complete line of Baker's Cocoa and Chocolates. Iler's Grocery and "Meat Market. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. You A are Cordially Invited to Attend Practical Cooking and Baking Demonstration of the mn ."''...U y'-Sf-- New .; :?&'$' VI- KVM Perfection Blue Flame Oil Stove At my Store for three, days " Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, May 13th, 14th and. 15th. Expert lady demonstrator in attendance. Come and learn the merits and economy of this stove. GOOD THINGS. TO EAT SERVED FREE. S. L KING, Hartford, Ky. VUftfOM Mk,4Ma)(,Mmw r... STORY OF BEN JOHNSON'S WILD BOAR AT LARGE Day of Thrills in Bardstown is r. lloswtll, for the jvst week, returned home, Sunday. nt heen Mr. Kutll Willis, who lim wc.it lionio for tlio past two month, back to hi work at Carlisle, Ind., Wed- C. nelny. Mr. Calvin Loyal, Kcliolf, wn in town Wednesday. RecalledDecoration Day Sequel. ; Saved Her Own Life. Lobanon Jet, Ky. Mrs. Minnie Lamb, of this place, Bays, "I bollovo Washington, April I2.- -A friend of n?p would bavo bean doad before, now, had rescntatlvc Hen Johnson, of Kentucky, it not oeen for uaruu' i navcni nau spells since I conclvel wliat lie thought would bo a ono of those bad to use your medicine." Car-practical Joke foiiio tlnio ni;o rich little and ahipped a vigorous specimen of lM,dul Is a specific medicine for tho Cardul Is hoar to Johnson's farni.ncar liar.lstoivn, 13 that women suffer. bo made from barmless vegetable Tho joker supposed Johnson would modl-t- o Into despair trying .to think what Irodlents. It is a safe, reliable successfully used by suffer do with o inmllo a thing ns n wild 'cine, ing women for more tflian mty years. boar. Try It for sale at all drugBut the rrnl Joke of it was that a gists. A2 wild boar was tho very thing Hen John-lio- n wanted. Ills big farm toems with running horses nnd deer and various oth$92,500 DISTniBUTCD er varlotles of wild nnd domestic fnunn, AROUND HARTFORD. but he lind no .wild boar. Right nt tho psychological moment the shipment ur- rlved from Ills Joker friend . It will bo of Interest to readers x of The Republican to know of tho x was fenced up In n remote The boar enormous amount of tobacco rccelv- - N part of the farm whero It would not sec cd at tho Hartford Warehouse this x many familiar faces nnd get tami. too x Nothing is more Incongruous than a x year. It Is estimated that there havo x tamo wild boar. Johnson flsurcd that If x l,3fO,'V pound1 x a. man Is going to harbor n wild boar for x been approximately com-moncto-d- ay One rcflt nccret of youth end beauty (or the young woman or the mother Ii the proper understanding of her womanly ystem nnd wcINbcing. Eery woman, young or old, should knotty hirtrtf and her physical make up. A Hood way to arrive at this knowledge is to get a good doctor book, luch for instance, as "Tho People's Common Sense Medical AdvUcr," hy K. V. Pierce, M. D., which can copy, addressing cents (or readily be procured by sending thirty-on- e Dr. Pierce, nt Buffalo, N. Y, The womanly system is a delicate machine wKe"- - ran nr.lv be compared to the intricate mechanism o! a beautiful watch vl '. "..l I: rep i.i good running order only with good care and the proper oiling ct t r',.,t tinc, so that the delicate mech cry many times young women anism may not l t " ' i .' get old or raw dss I re their time through ignorance and Mental the improper ham.....? cf t!. s human mechanism. depression, a conf.id head, backache, headache, or hot flashes and many i)mptoms of derangement of the womanly system can be avoided hy n proper understanding of what to do, in those trying times that come to all women. cloth-bound HOW TO PRESERVE YOUTH AND BEAUTY. Directory County Olilo y$&W Mas. Williams, xxxxxxxxx JAMES & CO., Centertown, TRANSFER Pirst Class Liveryman Kentucky. Prompt Attention ALL TRAINS, mascot tho hoar.to bo a success.sliould keep right on being wild. This one kept wild to a nicety. It was tho wildest wild boar ever seen In Kentucky. Many residents of Bardstown, however, had never seen It until one forenoon the crcaturo through an interstice In the crawled fence or, well, nt any rate, It got out bneesdly down the and went romping main highway toward the village. History was then and there in the making Children yet unborn III tell their grandchildren of the tilings that happened when Ben Johnson's wild boar made that exploratory Jaunt to the vlllago of Bardstown. Thoso who have seui pictures of wild boars In the Chatterbox books that wo road In the good old dnya. may get a faint conception of the austerity and uncompanionable appearance of Ben John-eon- 's mascot as it dashed up the main thoroughfare business of Bardstown, clearing the street with the effectiveness of a glorified traffic squad. Eight second after It had arrived every store in town was closed and business was suspended for the rest of tho day. It was as if a plague had swept through tho little place, stilling all human activity. four-foote- a OxxxxxxxxxO Mrs. Cook Tells Truth. x of tobacco received at this point, x which means that amount $92,500 x have been paid to the farmers of yet x this community. There are x about tliroe million pounds to bo re- x celved. x Tills does not take Into consider- x ntlon tho tobacco that was rccelv- x cd at the Llvermore, Fordsvlllo x and Llvla warehouses, x x x x x x X X N Circuit Court T. F. Illrkhead, Judge; Itlngo, Attorney; W. I'. Mldklff, Ben Jailer; E. a. Harmon, Clerk; F. L. Felix, Matter Commlsioncr; It. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund; T. II. Black, Sheriff, Hartford. titputles-- S. Keuuii, O. Uwmr limn; (1. 1. Jumn, Jiuiito f, Hun fordj V, 1", liirp, ltoim Court rlrrt .Monday in Uhrtmry mid roil tltiiiis thnu VttU; thud .MomLiy In A rtl, tWio wevkn; thlld .Monday III Octobvl' two Wt't'kS. County Court.It. 11. Wedding, Judge; W. 8. Ylnsley, Clerk, C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hurtfurd. Con it convenes first Monday in ircIi month. ljuarterly quarterly Court Begins on the fourth Monday In February, Muy, AUgum and November. Court of Claims Convenes first TuesMrs. O. II. William?, of Lynnliavcn, Vs., wrotoi "It Is six years day In January and first Tucsduy in linco my health fno way. 1 had female troublo find all tha doctors October. ( I employed three) tall I would die. I was not nblo to do my work, Other County Offlcirr-- C. S. Moxlley. had to hire tomintic nil tha time. Finally, I read In the paper about Sureor, Fordlllc, Ky 11. F. 1). Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, nnd decided to try It. I had not No. if: Bernard Feilx .Atscsxor, Hart1 found It had done mo good. I took. In all, taken but one bottle until 11. No. 2: 11,'iirv t.om-li- . ford. Ky.. It. live bottles of 'Favorite Prescription' nnd two of "Golden Medical Superintendent, h Hartford; Dr. A. U. Discovery.' and now 1 am able tu do nil my housework, nnd havo trained Rliey, Coroner, Hartford. fourteen twmnila. I nHtfnll women who aiitfVr from f iftlo IttmMd your 'Favorite i'reccription.' it's tho only mcdiclni on earth." tott JUSTICES' COURTS. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday utter 3rd Monday In June, Tuesdev after 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday aftr ..iuiiuuy in uecemuer. ,Soolt. Cromwell. Wedneday after u' 3rd Monday In March, Wedtiesduy after 3rd Monday In Jun Wednesday after am .uunuuy in September, Wednesday after 3rd Momlnv In iwnmhAf John II. Miles, ltockport, Friday after ,Mo"lIay ln Jl"rch, Frlduy otter iu ..lummy in ji.ne, Tluay alter 3rd Monday In September, Frlduy ufter 3rd Monday In L'cccinber. K' .J"c,on, Centertown. Saturday after 3rd Monday in March. Satin day f r, V,a V0,,Ua' '" Jue. Saturday ufter 3rd Monday In September. Saturday ufter 3rd Monday In December. and Good Service. ,Cool. Henfrow, Tuseday after , 2m .," lay In March. loin Tuesday after MEETS Mnn,hS",8y August, y. Tuesday after 3rd .ln Tuesday ufter 2nd Monday In November. Wednesday nfI,r"r,i,,S, :'Iukr,'4. Olaton. I. Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HAllTKOllD, KY. Will praotlco h!a profession ln (hln and adjoining counties. Commercial and Criminal Practice a Spocialty. con-nli- ' Barnes & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith ,'' Mtfssrs. W. II. Harms and C. Ii Sinlt.li announce that tluy havo iform-- a lKirtiKT&lv'sji far Uio eonenil pruc-tic- e of law, exc ijit cnlniiiial nnd divor cass, Jir. Kniltli bolng County Attor-iis iHvrviHod frtan iractlcig sucb census. Mr. Darius will individually accejvt such jiractlc-j-, In Offlca Hartford Iteiubhcan building, Hart- vj ford, Ky. 1. Attorney at Law HArtTFOHD, - KY. Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Also Notary Public. Office over First National Dank. YANCYL.MOSLEY. -- X X X X X X X X x x x noosEVEir pays high n X . TimtUTH TO BUTT. x x x Dexter, Ky. In a signed statement Mrs. Cook tells the truth about Low Cardul brought back her health and strength. She says, "I could not get any relief, until I tried Cardul, tho Woman's tonic. I suffered nioro or less for 10 years, and was so weak and nervous I could hardly do my house work. Now I am in better health than even before, am regular as clock work, do not suffer at all, and gain strength every day." Thousands of women have been helped back A-too health by Cardul. Try it. 3 Little Hock, Ark., April 22. to here Col. Uoosevelt spoke ..... , .i. A...i a nig aim ciiuiusiumiu tiuft, x nnd In the course of his address x lie said: by x "We luive all been shocked -- x x .. . x x after 2nd .Monday In May after 3rd .Monday the old folks . all his life, nnd don't V ednesduy ufter 2nd Monday In Noteiii- In They will nohow. amount to shucks Grant I'ollard. ForiUlllo. Tuesday nfter have n hrd life when they live lIl),d'y in Mnieh, Thursday uft.-Thursday Ohio County l?t M",Uuy. n In. i,a'' Thursday f or V,'"I,uy ufter l"KUt. 2nd lit November. HART ORD , Y. J" I,uUon' Knlph, Friday nfter 2nd Let Tho nopubllcnn print your visiting Monday In March. Friday nfter "d All Matters Given Prompt AttenSJtf or professional cards. tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS uSJtaNovSrb.rrW,,r 0fter 2"a SPECIALTY. O X X X X X rOLICE COURT. U ednesi ny , -- edusday .Mnmlny n Mnix-li-. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public X X FLAGGED Kentucky Fair Dates. d Barbourvllle September 4 to C. When our wild, hero had completed U.irdstou n September 1 to 7. his flight through tho town and it was considered comparatively safe Berea August 1 to 3. Bowling Orecn September J to 7. to venture forth, everybody began to disBrodhead August 14 to 16. cuss ways and means to capture the boar Throughout tho countryside scurried ConDover Germantoun fair, August SStoSl Franklin August to 31. stables and plain clothes men from Bards Fulton August T to 31. town, bands of villagers, peasants, inno Georgetown July 30 to August 3. cent bystanders, soldiers and huntsmen. Ilardlnsburg August 20 to 2. About sunset the untamed betusked creature was trapped in a farmyard and Harrodsburg July 30 to August Z. taken into custody. That concludes tho Horse Cave September IS 10 I'l. Kentucky State Fair Sept. 0 to It. first chapter of our tale. Lawrenceburg August SO to S3. A trifle less than a year later a farmer Leitchfleld August 13 to II. living at the edge of Bardstown walked Lexington August 12 to 17. Into the village to buy a rope halter. Suddenly he stopped and was seen to cllm a London August 27 to I'O Mayfleld October 9 '.o 12 telephone pole with much agility for one Montlcello September A to . Of his advanced years. Morgantown Septsmbjr 13 to 21. What's the matter?" a lone pedestrian 3 to 27. Mt. Sterling-Ju- ly asked him. Mt. Vernon Augu :t 7 to t. "What's the stores all closed for?" he Sanders September o 7. asked. ShepherdsvlUe August 2'i to 23. "Why, it's Decoration day a holiday." Tompklnsvllle Septsmb' r 4 to 7. "Oh, well then, I'll come down," ho Vaneeburg August 14 to 17. sold, "everything looked so deserted I was afraid Ben Johnson's wild boar had Versailles August 7 In 9. broke out again." 119 1 x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x XxxxxsxxxxA. Declares Victory is Certain." Washington, April 20. "The victory of the presidential preference primary of Nebraska and Oregon Clinched his nomination by the Republican National Convention at Chicago." said Senator Dixon, his campaign mana ger, In a statement today. "Six great Republican States have now Col. Roosevelt ln x x the terrible disaster to the TI- - x of our x Many thousand tanlc. x peoplo had personal friends pn x wns x One of the men the ship. x Butt, of x formerly my aide. Major ..... mntlinr'a Honr"!:!. X I Sltntrt x Ho died as lie lived, like nn offl- - x x think- - x gentleman, not cer and a x but of savins the N luff of himself, x x lives of women and children. x "Under the English workman's n x x wiuows act, me compensation x on a sauor and orphans of every x that ship will he compensaieu x x for the loss or xno ureauwm- - x x wjiereas, m ine ners, state oi x x New York, for which the ship x x ap- was bound, tlie i;ouri ot x peals has declared that the peo- - x x rwwenesa x pie or tlie state were x T,hat de- - x to enact such a law. x Is a blot upon American x clslon x clvlllza- - x American on Justice, x tlon. and I shall never rest un- - x x re- - x til it Is overwritten and x x versed." x x x TRAIN TO HECOVEIJ UMBRELLA x x X X N it !. April Ky., & Ohio passenger train stopped duo here at G:M p. in., suddenly nt Walnut Hill when two young Indies waving violently with long cloths stood squarely In tho middle of tho truck. "Our lives are saved, shouted that tho tho engineer, thinking heavy rains had caused a washout on the track. Passengers rushed to tho platform to asceitaln the cause of the mid- den stop. Presently the two maid- ens who had "saved everybody from ruin and destruction' wiro standing before the train crew nnd the exclt- ed crowd. "rkase, sir: did you see any- thing of an umbrella 1 left on the train," one of the maidens asked tlie conductor. conduc- Somebody giggled.. Tho tor made himself consplclous by his absence during the rest of the run. Winchester, Chc-epeak- .Moore, Fr..l Cooper. W. J. lieu.'. dfl.UOl inilllll-- 1. Jl. It:..,,..,. ,.!.! man: Dr. J. . Taylor irv x UT- indaud lY Lout x . Pmmm RELIGIOUS SERVICES. J3- - U- - Wilson, Court coiuuies second Stevens Monda'y ill' "JSlI CUv uu.X?' V,l"1,fo: .J"1"1 t OTTOC 1IAUT1X H. I'. MiKKX.NLT Martin & McKcnney Hartford, Ky. x , x x x x x paatSr. Cr V'' "' '" Wr,hl x Church-Servi- ces C. first Sunday In x each month at U a. in. and 7 p. m. bunday '- monrlng evening very third day In each month. first und School SunSunday U. m. l'i.ivr tiiA.,,1.... ...,.. it... i Mday evcnli ir.' h V"? V -Uaptlst Cliuroli-s.r- vi, ....i:. -.f ."... m"a"SmUnPr evcnl"S- - Sunday School meeting eery Wednesday evening. Christian Church-Servl- cea every fourth 7hurcl1 South-Servi- n' ces General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK. . ."- and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. l. "' Scool S:15. KILLthe COUGH f AND . x x x x x x x Lizzie Miller Secretary. x Rough River Lodge No. x i ythlas, mtets every x ln SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodge No. C75, h & A. M meets first aim third Monday each month. Owen Hunter. W.night In P. tortman .Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. meets every third Ksmninv .1.1,, M,' vClJmTM.'.'-Joi,T' Moore Il'el'I'rlest; Tlnsley, Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. 81. O. E S ' meets second ami fntir.i. c.en- - CURE the LUNC8I u n Dr. King's New Discovery WITH M,. m.i.. 110. Knlehts nf I OOUCH8 Trial PRrmc Free Bottli VOLOS AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. FAR tV. A. Afraid to Stay Alone. Terrible Picture of Suffering. Clinton, Ky. Mrs. M. C. McElroy, In a letter from Clinton, writes: "For fix years, I was a sufferer from feanale troubles. I could not eat, and could not stand on my foot, without suffering groat pain. I bad lost hope. After using Cardul a week, I began to Improve. Now I feel better than in elx years." Fifty years of success In actual practice, Is positive proof, furnished by those who have tried it, that Cardul can always be relied on for relieving female veak-neB- s and disease. Try Cardul, to-dA-- 4 now! NARROWS. Mr. A. V. Thompson, Louisville, was Jn town Wednesday. Jlr. Jennie Sandefer and sons, Owen and Hugh L. nre visiting relatives at Cromwell this wetlc. Wre. Ida Renfrew fcpent Saturday nnd Sunday with her niece, Mrs. J. A. Cuff, of Dundee. Mrs. Delia Graham and children, who have been visiting relatives here for the past .two weeks returned Jo lar home at Pordsvllle, Tuesday. Mrs. Melvln Westorfleld, and (children, of Slkcston, Mo., who Jiavo been visiting here for borne time, havo returned home. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Renfrow visited Mrs. iarents, Mr. and Mra. Duke, Sunnydide, last Sunday. MUs E11U Renfrow was in Fordsvllle Tuesday. Mrs. Yerna Loyal, Echols, who has Item Yl&IUng her parents, Mr, and Mrs. It Cherry Valley, Ark. Mrs. Carrie Moore ot this place says, "I was afraid to 6tay by myself. I had headache nearly all tho time; my heart would palpitate, and my vitality was very low. When I would lie down, at night, I had no hope of living until day. I tried Cardul, and now I feel bettor than I have for 5 years. I cannot praise Cardul enough for what it did." Are you a woman? Do you need a tonic? Try Cardul, th woman's tonic. Your druggist sell by presidential themselves expressed preference primary and every one of them has gone overwhelmingly against Mr. Taft. These six Republican Ktateis cast an aggregate of 98 votes ln tlie electoral Republican college. Without them, no candidate can hope to be eleeteO. "There can bo no mistaking the char acter of tlie warning of Republican party that Jlr. Taft Is not a safe man to name this as a candidate for tho presidency year. Equally certain Is their demand for nomination of Col. Roosevelt." Dut tho crowd cheered, as, with burned hands, he held up a small round bo . "Follows!" he shouted, "tills RuckJcn's Arnica Salve I hold.has everything beat for burns." Right also for bolls, ulcers, sprains, sores, pimples, eczema, cuts, bruises. Surest pile cure. It subdues In flammatlon, kills pain. Only 23 vents ut all druggists. in Now Is the time to get rid of your rheumatism. You con do It by uppljlng Chamberlain's Liniment and massaging tho parts froely at each appjleutlon. m sale by all dealers. Tent No. 89, K. O. T. M. meeta every first and third Thursday night W. II. Gillespie, Commander. L. I', foreman, Record Keeper, Sunshine Hive No. 2, L. O. T. M meets every first and third Friday night In each month. Mrs. Ativo Crirtit, i ,T.i tiSZWSiLU'"- - Lul Pe ndle,on. "Lady T. n. n T? Acme Lodita No. secoi.d .knd fourth Friday night In each month. W. C. Wallace Nobel Grand ovticmry, Ohio Trlba No. 18S. Imp. Order Red Men, meeta second and fourth Wednesday night In each month. Ellis Fos- Cm A" E- - 1,ate' C1,lcr of Records. Hartford Camp, iv. o. W. No "V every second and tourth Saturday meets night in each month. Consul "' of rI & s. Hartford' Ick a c- - J Nty W .... OTTAHANTEED SATISFAOTOSYl OK SON7 SFUNDE. BOOKKEEPING TYPEWRITlNGiaS r T. -: .w b.In mercantile ir ud MmmaMt hHa..kr.il ar. LBiMnau. I'Ak'"!'!''''! Tr.p!.iBrlnc Hnotlns I0.UO DsnkiDK bnllnru, tlto 12 y,tr -- . . -- 3. iTHIUllMPttnnnriP TELEGRAPHY aTKnlrr now. ...... .jr Totina rnjni nnnifQ for anrrrM. l 1 P' WllUa"': 'iiiiiiiiiiii-liiiiar- B thi Preston Morton Post No. 4, G. A. R . Saturday V.f.KUMr ,,ny' f?,nii.W(mday 'nach month. before Commander; J. M. Rogers, Ash-Ad- 'k. Coinmaii-Wallace?""- Jt Woodmen of ttSeriJ?Le .Gr0' every second ror11 illx;1V' H.rpe"dlen;MCk"kr' and aUarU"U'' ilra' l:' tho Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else UOa. In nervous prottratioo and female weaknesaea they are the eupreme remedy, as thousands have teatined, K,jy a. s. National Officers: dl!arp3ohsr-irnrd?'Urtr-- of a. U' Kum"' In- - FS9JSPIiJSY i"VIR AND STOMACH TROUBLE it k the best medicine ever soU over a druggist's counter. Only a Fire Hero State Officers: Peld Tre ?' v ii' m' Croman. Carroll county, Pres. . arrett' Henderson eounty Vice itol)ertBOn' McLean county, Sec.- - Orgazer?0emer C. C. A'llen, Al Free-Trade- rs and Sugar Trusts. he Is still In tho hospltul. He didn't get by the first day. The 'following Item appeared In Monday's Issue, and now the boys are gutting out the lupcr. This Is what ho said: "Marilod-MU- u. Sylvia Rhode to James Caimaham, Sunday evening , at the Uaptlst church. The bride was I'oor appetite Is a suro sign of impair- an ordinary girl who town didn't ed digestion. A few doses of Qhnmbcr. know any more about cooking than Jain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will a rabbit, and never helped her mothstrengthen your Indigestion and Improve er three days ln her life. She Is not your appotlu-- . Thousands liave been any d a beauty by and lnui a by taking these tablets. Sold by gait like a duik. The groom Is an ' n all dealers. m loaier, living ' off I ben-eflteinc-uns- , has-bee- reTho change made ln the minority port of the Republican members of tho House Ways and Means Committee that there Is a union between tho Sugar Trust and the Democratic party Is likely ,to be laughed at by Demotrats, but the fact presented In tho leport cannot thus easily bo disposed of. Not only does the Democratic measure piopose to jillmo the sugar refiners of some tHfi0d"O of redutks, but In the chemical cently passed n duty of 13 per cent. Is fixed on all Items In a certain taction ex cept on bone black, which ds made free. And bone Mod: Is one ot the thing of which the sugar refiners use millions of pounds annually. San Francisco Chron icle. trd of revolver perfection. Its dependability i historical. It hubeea the tried and true friend of more genu, American manhood ine than all other makea combined. In originality of pattern, excellence of material and woikmanihip, the THE COLT it the World iSund- - Warren C0Unty B,ttto Henry county, and Lat-ti- e Graves, Allen county, Assistant state organizers. Hoard of Directors. Ben Watson, y; SEEDS' WOMB'S MEN SUCCUD I . COLT haa The never been equaled. The Truth Didn't Take. A Kansas editor announced ho would try for ono week to print tlie truth.utid Jolntlett, Solid Frara, forged in one piece, and the Poaitiv Lock, which absolutely prcveata accidental discharge, ate only two of the points recognized by the U. S. Ordnance Board which recommended the COLT aa superior to all othar. Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officers: H. L. Stevens, Pres., Deaver Henry Pirtle, Sec. Hartford. Pam.Ky. Ky. D. tord, Treas., Hartford, Ky. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach. Chairman, Hartford.Ky. L L. B. Tlchenor. Hnrtfnnl 11 v r No 6. 2. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds. Ky. 3. M. 8. Patterson. Olaton, Ky. 4. B. L. Alford. White Hun. Ky. B. Itlchard Plumer. Taylor Mlnes.Ky. 6. J. Ik Brown, ltockport. Ky. Warren county; C. JI. Barnett. Ohio coun-tA. H. Urooks, Hracken county; It. K. Iv ??y. Hardin county, and J. F. Hoss, SPCCIALOFFER: N rla4 t kIU ar BuliMfc A trial will ua fvu pinuHU ciutomtr .. MieCBlleftUiM .h I iwaiiatrti4rit Wrltt " to-da- II th nM t Ttnl. T tpKndla i O.U.VT biu ,ul?. flUABANTEEV TO PIJKAaB. y !':!-'- t Mention thlt Ptptr. j i , SENU lU CENTS vtxzsrsnzlrsai: ft4 kslr ". ?ai.asi. .ts;a.K:.'.iKrE"irj:yv..TL'?" LMIU ,H.W. iii thoai u .:. iu. ;:.r..i '"".T.".TT'",, ;."v.v IWIIhW. f. .w , Tha COLT and year of it. fa built for aervice firaw. oftWOTi m "POSITIONS' fH Calais E wull ?W 7ectrvfstqr - WUNTIFUL sesir DlQltr dots not silt COLTS, ttnd your oritr to . 8usMessJftottfisftYxyJZ (HEAP' Cdt't Fatwt Fire Ami Mff.C. HARTFORD. CONN. frtsdhf Greete&tiJsiejj Tawe tffXBrVMJ&n,...jl . . ' LAftaaZ?Zte, O .R, SSamtS 3 wmQt .ju CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE CASTORIA A Tragedy That Crimsons the Annals of Kentucky Is Recalled. IsupposeI Your Residence or Business Should Burn Tonight WixhW OWN WEBSTER w i J i & tJ might in the barn till an opportunity (SprliiRfldd IlepuWIctn.) county off- r to efface tho bloodstains. tr.asedy Is every Stained by tho corHntnilton's defense lacked To In tlio "Uark and bloody ground.' necessary. roboration then deemed clrcutnstniitlnl evidence li due one, nt John I'.ounn , one of tho most cele's brated of tho tinny famous least, of tlio tragedies crlnisonlnu Jurists ALCOHOL 3 PEK CENT. , of whom Kentucky has slen tho counannals. In tlio enrly diys .1 AhtlHl.t.Tl try, defended Hunllton with masterful Sanderthe past century Dr. John I. ability. Tho prosecution wis Hngllic Stomachs nndBowclsor cf skill and In that portion son was murdered conducted by Solomon O. Shan', desUarren (now Known as SIctcaU) coun- tined himself to meet, a fow years on Jolin C later, with a tragic fate. Thoroughly noon fell ty. Suspicion of tlio comlneed ot Hamilton's guilt, Sharp a wealthy cltlz-- n Hamilton, PromolcsDigeslionChffrW trlcl. showed him no nvrcy. Hamilton's Imwns Hamilton neighborhood. and Ifest.Conlalns nciiiw ncss . convicted and hanged. Wholly clrcum-- mediate relatives were almost alon; OpiimuMorphinc norMiacraL was withal so belleIng him Innocent. proHe dl stnntlal, tlio eldonco INot remarltabto In character as to tonvlnco testing Innocence. MprefOJJkSMZUinrm and tlio wlwla surrounding The sequel camo In 1S$' when Oen. tlio Jury man's oral Itlchard H. Ugusseni( of tlio Accused nnmilatlon of , notwithstanding the J&MttW-Jhhtt- iti Btillt, and this, then United States Minister-IN was his friend was lsltcd nt Tegucigalpa, fnct tlmt Sanderson Honduras, IthitaaZA the honored and by Col. Gibson, a rich n'antor from and Hmnitrt- cherished sucst of Hamilton's lather. near Vlcksburg, Miss. Col Gibson In' Hamilton camo of a wealthy, proud formed Gtn. ltousseatt that, thirty or Aperfecf Remedy forComflp- family. Ills thirty-fiv- e and aristocratic years before, a man, hanged i ion . sour aromacn. uiamwu of en- for murder In Eastern Mississippi, had excited the prejudico Worms .Coitvulsions.rcvcnsli 4aA vious nelglibots. llo a iradef, rnailo 611 Ul? gallows' threshold, a conncss ondLoss Urhlng stock to settlements In Missis- fession, clearing up the mystery ot Dr, sippi, whero ho made much money and Sanderson's death. FacSinwk Stfoatnttof , some friends. He was on a return trip The condemned man confessed tint accompi-nlc- d ho that had proved successful. fugitives both and a companion, NEW YORK. by Dr. Sanderson ,a rich planter, from Justice, were In hiding In tho e Sanderson residing near Natch. where Dr. Salldeuoh's body was cahie to Kentucky for a doublo put1' subsequently found, yeelhg Sanderson pose to enjoy his friend Hamllton'3 approach, they rushed forth, dragged Guaranteed under th liospttullty hnd to buy slaves In Ken- him from Ms horse and wrenched the Mississippi pistol from his hand. TJiey struck him on Jils tucky for service' Exact Copy of Wrapper. Thi etntauii eonMkUT, if ran errr. he with tho pistol, breaking the hammer, threo slaves plantation. To buy brought with him a large sum of mon- part of which remained In his head. ey ,of which fact Hamilton was fully Having robed their Ictlm, tho mur lay derers on horseback aware. The route concealed his body and fled. through a wild and thinly settled por- They had heard of Hamilton's execu territory, ns the tion for the murder, but maintained an Indian tion of to vast region Immediately Muth of Ken- obdurate silence. One of thii guilty tucky was then called. Dr. Sanderson men was soon will GUARANTEE you a position If you after Hamilton's exe us real Boon. We need many more was taken at the outset with a se- cution, led to tho scaffold for another at once to supply tlio enormous demand for our graduates. As soon as we Bret tbe required which Illness, harassed him murder, but kept silent as to his share vere number ofstudonts this offer will bo withdrawn. So Jour-iRtragedy. Tho sur write at onco for particulars. In the Kentucky tjjtough tho greater iart of the HamArrived In Barren county, vivor fe,lt It a duty to clear up tho AVflfy ilton and Ids friend went to .ho resi- m stery. dence of Hamilton's father, where It Porto Rico's New Wonder. Sanderson to weeks for took several I'rom far away Porto Itlco come rerecover his health. COLLEGE discovery ports of a wonderful new IMCOarOBATfeD vr, NcnwAKTZ Sandersons Soon after recover' the Is believed will ostly benefit IjOOTsviii.k, KY. MTAnunRD ma guest that young Hamilton and his father's people.M Itamon T. Marchan, of Brace-lonetas Hamilton acting left the house. writes "Dr. King's Now Discovguide for nine miles to a point whero ery Is doing splendid work here. It curthe road forked, one branch leading to ed me bout five times of terrible coughs Backbce'a "Full of Life" Northern Grower a neighboring county, whero Sanderson and colds, also my brother of a severe f'ciilgreed.Serds liae a reputation of aS years oa rorosed to attend a sale of negioes 'cold In his chest and more than L") oth pajttel Tho two men were Dlant the hest. nt public auction. ers, who used it on lny advice. Wc hope Seasonable Specialties: seen together at various points along BEANS . Jj Bushel this great medicine will yet be sold In Earliest Red Valentine . o 50 stretch, the last time every tho rov . . Jj jj Bushel RelURee Kxtra Early drug store In Porto Rico." place n mile of New btringless Green Pod . jj.70 Bushel nt a throat and lung troubles Itt has no equal Ward ell's Imp. Kidney Wax U 50 Bushel Hamilton soon after INTERNATIONAL from tho forks. Da Is New Wlnle Wax . . $4.75 Bushel A trial will convince you of Its merit. Currie's Kust Proof Wax . & 50 Bushel riderless Sanderson's returned alone. 50c and Jjl.OO. Trial bottlo free. GuaranPEAS. . Jj Bushel Hxtra Early Alaska . horse camo the night following to the 50 teed by all druggists. in New Early Craclus . . . , Jj 50 Bushel Hamilton residence. llorslord's Market Garden . jjjo Bushel THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? Buckbee's Lightning Express j 00 Bushel never again seen alive. How to Catch Rats. Lettuce, Radish, Tomato and a full tine of Sanderson was Seeds. Plants and UulLs at lowest Rrowinf prices. Several days NEW CREA. halng elapsed without Talto a barrel or washtub and fill ReeaHM u for complete catalogue or submit a list of Send TION", eorerins every any word from tlio missing man, your requirements and will quote prices. with corn or other grain and put In a Held of the world's thought, Buy direct from the crower Sa e Money. arose that ho had been foully, stable or other iplaco Infested with rats action and culture. The only Write today. Mention this paper. new unabridged dictionary la dealt with. Tho people turned out and leave It uncovered for a week or saany years. . to search for Ids body. AJotered two until rats get the grain. Then relaOJBeaketSt., lockford Serf Firms. Rccmm deflnea orer 400,000 briars, It was found move the grain and fill vessel nearly with brush and Words 1 more than ever before appeared between two nenr tho road. hat full of water, sprinkle chaff or wheat Tho dead man's covers, a 700 l'age$. 6000 Xstump bran on top of the water and the rats In a hollow was dlscoveied luitratlons. while under a log close by appeared a will Jump on tho chaff or bran and sink dicUonary KffiBt . it U the brass horse pistol with the hammer through and drown. with the new divided page. A. "Stroke of Genius." In tho murdered man's head broken. and TRADE. MARKS promptly obtained In to Many In Hartwere found a number of shot and a Big an euorelopadla la BecaiM allcountrln,orii (ca. Ua obulu PATE NTS ford. THAT PAy. adrenlM litem tborouglilr, at our piece of tho pistol's lvammcr. Under asponse, andlitlp you to succms. Local people are surprised at the QUICiC accepted by the Scndrrodel. photo or sketch tor the lining of the hat were secreted a results received from simple buckthorn FRtt report oa patantaUMr. ft) jwrs' practice, Courts, Schools and sjur. Mississippi 1100 list of thirty-thre- e Press aa tbe one aupteme fAeeiNQ RXFCF1CNCCS. For frea OHM bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed In Adler-l-k- a, Hook on Profitable atnt writ to tboriiy. and a n bank bills, their numbers ,the German appendicitis remedy, wemth atrasot. enumeration of those to whom Uie bills he who knows mMrmmwm WW, Ohio County Drug Company states that Soooess. Z,et us tell weto payable. you about tale new work. this simple remedy antlscptkizes the was arrested, bills When Hamilton Imsystem and draws off the corresponding to the list found In Sanpurities so tlioroughly that A SINGL13 lafSMwaMatataaa, derson's liat were taken from him. It DOSE relieves spur Btomacli, ps on tlio Cft CtUUUAM CO.. HUUkm.SnkttUi.mm. I I wal further shown by the Stato that stomach and constipation INSTANTho Ivul borrowed the plsto,! from Col. LY. OJ Gorln, of Glasgow; that the shot In head corresponded In The Consumer Gets no Advantage. Dr. Sanderson's size with tho shot bought a few days Under the agitation in favor of destroy before by Hamilton; that Hamilton's lng the American wool Industry woql ha, BUCKBEE'S BULBS SUCCEED! ' overalls, concealed In his father's barn, declined from ten to olghtoen cents a SPECIAL OFFER' They were fully pound In twp years. Is any person ablo were r ifaaa ta ball Haw Baslaaaa. ' trial bermanenfc Identified by tho accused man's sister.' to purchase clothing cheaper because of ' totuer.will nulu rou &UAraAtaed or oiu.1 ' HatUf mrtlon tobx McCALL PATTERNS Tor tho defense It was urged that that fact? The number ot slieep In the rn.riVcMSma.ilto. ' ,or ,,J,le c'.e?,ct nearly 40 years. fit,slmplcltTin4 Sanderson and Hamilton were Intimate United States Is declining because the reliability f iii. W1..U. jvu sm. umSZXSZuS Sold in nearly ' MaU, prU Ilk. Dptofak lIU, UUm. bulk, 1 t every city and town In the United States and friends; that to? many days they had owners Mil.. H...fi. fmif rilii.nlii. .. Ill fear a repetition ot the sad 'times af 1. (.antua, or oy maii uireci. More sold than ..up VUHIM4 rail wr. ptmHUS .M.via nnpinmiWN BJMUMM. any other make. Send for tree dialogue. traveled together through a wild coun they suffered under the last Democratic M nnrtJUSUU. IMIi IralUf BJcCALLS MAGAZINE tJUAiUMTISKB T PLRASK try; that a little neglect during his administration. Sheep are.' worth less.and More subscriber than any other fashion magazine million a month. Invaluable. Lit. sickness would Sanderhave caused wool has been reduced In price,, but the I IBND OM CBNTi est styles, patterns, dressmaklair, millinery, ) MlNiulauUictU nee.--wej taUteiMM rilfcallia ;, plain sewing, fancy needlework, halrdrcssine, son's death and Hamilton could liavo consumer does not get a penny ot er H1N reiu. larewiee w uiewraaesi. t-uiiitMin. etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only 60 cents a avaet N anb,. m nm Veewiinu wees, wih secured the money. Alls- - advantage. Carrollton (Mo.) Itepubulcan- year (worth double), Including- - a tree pattern. thus easily I IS OOMMOntian W ft eMtlHMkt, fleMMilsl bubscrlbe today, or send for sample copy, slsslppl money was at that tlmo un Hecord. visa) bwwsi l (lewi I m, a tui i ttkbrUeJaa liema leuip enuas. WONDERFUL INBUCEMENTS keUN. TtvUSvUe. 4l.svU.iaMa. A to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue der discount In Kentucky and Kentucky UMBircnuir." and new cash prise offers. Address money under discount In Mississippi, Paint Lick sick Lady. aooaroap. hl. IH HcCAU C0V MMMW.t7e.St. NIW VMHs Hamilton being about to visit MisPaint Lick, Ky. Mrs. Mary Freesissippi, while Sanderson needed Ken- man, of this place, says; "Before I tucky money to by slaves, they had, commenced to take Oardul, I suffer. " S YEARS' exchanged ed so much from womanly trouble,, I accommodation, for mutual EXPERICNCC money. Hamilton proved that he had was so weak that I was down on up the sum needed my back nearly all the time. Candul in order to make for the exchange, borrowed $1,000 from baa done mo more good than any a Glasgow bank. Hamilton further do medicine I over took in my lite." clared that he hod borrowed the pistol You need not be afraid to take Car-du- l. Titaoc Mams from Col. Gorli to lend It to Dr. Son It is no new experiment. ComDCfHONS BBnr.llH CopvntoHTB Ae. derson, who desired It for personal pro. posed of gentle-actinhenb Ingredidniui u rrMTrlaa.uow Anyone tending a sketch and description may ann.rlshta. ata IH 1IL COUNTMIEB. quickly ascertain our oplulou free whether an tectlon. When leaving Sanderson, Ham. ents, it has been found to safely re. w liiTentlon Is probatly patentabus, Comniunlea. Biiuu Jirtct wllk Wtutiitto llton gave tho pistol to his friend. lieve headache, backache, and similar lions strtctjyconfldentlal. HANOWM on Patents awtejm wrmt. sent free. Oldest ageney for eounns pateuta. Eaelealvely d overalls, female troubles. lYy it for your Pttwit ind kMMisM Prwtloa As to tho Co, reeetTf Pnteuu taken turouxb aluuu WriUoreomafcAuM ayrelof sollcs, without cbarse, la the A-- 6 Hamilton averted that they had ben troubles. lllHHHn.wrVtlMIVmHmQm. WMHIWSTBS. W.. to go to a dance, by a negro stolen A handsemali HlnstratM WMklr. Inast elr. got Into a fight, Involving culatlou of any acUiitldo Journal. Terms. U a where ho FIR FLETCHER'S ear. rour piontiuHti, bomsdjmi newsaeaiars. much Tho negro had, It I Mitoasw.NiifYork was claimed, concealed the garments letTei SW Waaklaston. I I !& SH a tii.iuienTpan(onioris-simil,iilii(jihcFboian(!Rcdii(,i For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought - Kcn-tucky- IS IT INSURED? t Better look after that Insurance IN O W A few dollars may mean hundreds or thousands to you. To be sure you get the best protec- Bears the Signature of Mf fU 2 .x,r Narcotic. tyif Kv t Ken-tuck- y, In felloiv-tracle- r, Use oxclu-jlvene- ss 0SLr. For Over Thirty Years ra-lli- CASTORIA POSITIONS GUARANTEED t WE 't! tion place it with t Ney Poster1 J.P8re nn1t lHHUrnHre 2 . : SPECIAL Campaign Offer I From now until Nov. 10, 1912. 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Work called for and delivered. Club rate $7.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Clill), Y. M. C. A. BLDO., ing neatly done. Ladies work given Repairing and Dye- BULBS' blood-staine- Hartford, - Ky. HARTFORD, KY. '......1. bju S.t, Pfrt I I , bbmb--bj taHMOTseet YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads INoteheads L.J. tk"ij Envelopes Statements Cards And other printed forms are given 'KRSKfUf&iSSS g, ny Special Attenton In The Republican blood-staine- a scientific junencaiie r GHIIrn Cry Job Department. blood-lettin- CASTORIA W "!" ROYAL BAKING POWDER Akmolutmly Purm AamoMily ha no mukmtltutm Many mixtures are offered as substitutes for Royal. No other baking powder Is the same in composition or effectiveness, or so wholesome and economical, nor will make such fine food. Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar BEAUTIFUL STATE OFMLIFORNIA Described by Senior Editor of The Republican. Sich Lands, Improved Buildings and Methods Are Seen. Roosevelt only tho day before, and was told by the natives about the linnvwie throngs which greeted him at evetystop, and how they were sweeping Uie State the primaries which were being JiclJ that day, all of which was fully vorlflo'l by the returns of the ejection received In on the train tlio net day far out Colorado. When we alighted from the train at Wymore for a few moments In and .learned what un Immcjnsd crowd mat the Colonel there the day before, we wer somewhat disappointed at ,the slzo of the prowtl w,htch met us, but I remem-bre- d It was a busy time with ,t,he people, and that they could not be expected to sacrifice two days together. In fact. I don't think our coming was well advr tlsed nnywny. Not much cm ba mid In favor of that part of Co'orado ndjolnlng the .State ft Nebraska for Aqrlcttltuml purposes. It Is difficult to seo how cntlK subsist on dry plains, and wo wero In pressid with the thought that this might ton li be responsible for somo of tho mighty uphcaul widen has played mull fvntatlc tricks wltli tho substances "f old Mother l.'arth. As we near the clt of I.ndvH'e, wo pass out of .tlio Oorg' . of and the road reaches nn elevation more than ll,W) fet, a very notlcoatit condition to ono who tins been Inhabltliu low altitude. At first It is n t a so en-- y to brentho in this raro atmosphere, but oon becomes accustomed to it, nnd finally enjoys It. The next poWt of Interext Is the Canyon of tho Grand Klicr through which the train runs for contains more than n day, nnd which tli scei.ery almost cttinl to that of Uowal Gorge further back. Down throng i d this Gorge, first on one sldo of the flow' and then on tho other, Utver Grande. In the midst of the moun tains the waters of this stream have be-harnessed by tho Ingenuity of man and through a tunnel for several mllea undr the mountain tho water Is carried down to a power house which furnishes pow to run tlie street cars In the city of Denver, almost Ml miles away. Kurth r down as tlio can j on broadens out Into tho beautiful valley In which is situated Grand Junction, Its waters are used for irrigation purposes, and we were told tliat here was grown the flne.st peaches to be liad, not even e.co!led by the fir famed Orchards of Oregon and Ca'.lfornl As far as the ejvj oould see at tlnvs straight rows of well cultivated poach trees extended, making a beautiful sight. a'-- o Just In full blossdni. This valley produces an excellent nrlety of peir and many small fruits. On all of our long Journey, It was really the one spot to which we would be tempted from the Old Kentucky Home. Hero the elevation Is about 5,000 feet, and it is rail-roi- ' I t An Artistic Monument Is what you desire for your relative who has passed away. is HE GEORGIA the Woodmen VIo3riiii-iT.ert- best on the market. Let mo sliow you samples of it and and quote you low prices. All work guaranteed. No money aue until Monument is set up. MARBLE ei 0 Sipocieilty. JAMES said conditions were so healthy that It was necssary to Import a dead person many years ago to start the first Ktave yard. A few miles further on we entered the Mormon State, Utah, reaching the lino about nnd from then on until night we saw nothing but drear asdny waste with the mountains towering In the distance. Our train reached Salt Lake City near midnight, nnd while we had remained up to catch the first glimpse of this wonderful city by tho great Salt Lake, not much could be seen, and In an hours time we had to take leave and began the last leg of our Journey promising ourselves that wo would do Salt Lake City on our return, for several hours. After traveling for several days aboard a fast train In any ono States, direction In tho United in thinking that he would be Justified was nearlng his Journey's end necessarily, unless ho meant to proceed further by water. Not so In this case. We were told at Salt Lake City that we wero yet TSI mllea from our destination, two nights and ono day measured In hours. Through tlio States of Utah and Nevada on the train for the most part sped through desert waste, nnd sometimes the only green thins to de seen wis the ever present sage brush. One would could be led to believe that nothing subsist upon this, but to our astonishs.wn ment, every few miles could lie thousands upon thousands of sheep leis urely feeldng upon ,thls seemingly undesir able food, and it is said that they will get fat enough for market upon this feed alone. Notwithstanding the early time of the stason und the uncomfoi table cool weather, at many places along tho these line the herders were sejiaratlng sheep from their coats and preparing thousands upon .thousands of pounds of wool fur tho maiket, und sometimes althe most as far as tho eyo could see lnndscapo was covered with sheep being driven Into the corrals to bo sheared.and they were seemingly unaware of the fact that Sir. Underwood and UU Democratic members of the Ways and Mean Committee of the House of Uepresentatlv 9 at Washington are sitting up nights dt. vising and scheming to deprive them of protection for their coats from foreign competition, and to place them upon rn equality with the bheep which grow coat of wool In Australia, without nn ounce of feed except what they pv. on the graz lng lands throughout the year. 1 thought if Mr. Underwood.Olllo Jamea nnd others wero out hero among these sheep, they would bo asliamcd o look them In tho face, for the owners and herders have Just passed through long months of tho hardest winter on record, all of which time they wero compelled to foed thorn on costly feed, and care for Uium every hour in tlio twenty four most tenderly to preserve their lives. Tho State of Neor vada furnishes some of tho richest deposits as well as some flno agricultural valleys. Hero also aro to bo found somo ilch veins of coal which as yet aro practically untouched. When night came on Monday evening, we wero still passing through desert country without a sprig of green anywjicro to vary tho monotony. Although wo luul grossed Int California In midafternoon. However, early Tuesduy morning, wo Jooked out upon tho far famed San Bernardino Valley with Its great orango groves and fruit farms of untold wealth. TJ10 pliango was a pleasant ono which Is sure to bo appro elated because of the thesomo Journey through country which prc,scn,Ud such contrast. Hero wo aro almost In eight of the city of Los Angeles midst tlio flchls of green and over Moomlng flowers unsurpassed fur cllmitv by even the far fumed sunny Itully. When wo Jiavo opportunity wo slmll wrlto concerning tho many points of Interest here, luolud. Ins Cutallna Islands, Mount Lowe uud tho cejebiated Ostrich l'"urin. C. M. U, Many who have road "Tlio Vulturo's Claw" pronounco It to bo ono of tho greatest of tho later books. It Is filled with 'genius and holds tho reader's attention from the first In Intense, thrilling Interest with not a dull page. The plot Is strikingly developed amidst tho rare beauty of the Kentucky hills. Tlio Hartford llepubllcan one full year and "The Vulture' Claw'' all for fl.CO. 33tr. T. MOORE, ' : J Representative for Continental Marble and Granite Co. CANTON, GEORGIA, t To get a good Piano at a real bargain. Organs from 120.00 up. Call and see our line of sheet Music it is the very latest. and covers. No danger of damaging it. Piano boxes for sale. If you will call at our store we will give you a song book. i 18 We repair Pianos and Organs. We will move your Piano with the Piano trucks HARTFORD MUSIC COMPANY 1ms Anseles, Cat.. April Zj. 1912. The writer left HartforJ on the afternoon of Wednesday, April lTtli, for a rather unexpected and Ions journey.prom-Islnthat ho would send nomethlnir back for publication from Ills destination. Ioi Angeles, California, concerning Ills 2,00 mile trip. So lyre wo nre at last, In the Amreles, beautiful Coast Clly of which since our visit hero fifteen yoars ago, has grown from a city of 100,fr pop ulatlon to jooatfo. However, more of Los Anselfcs later. Having Jeft Hat.tford on Wednesday.we should have arrived at our destination Hundny nlsht under ordinary condition?, but a freight wreck between Kvansvllle, lnd., and St. find another between Kansas City and Denver, broke connections so tliat wo wpro fully a day lieliln time In aniline. Of our trip across the Kreat states of Mlssoui I and Ncliraski, through the groat i;rlcultural section"), and the mountain scenery of Colorado, Utah, and 'ead.i, we could fill the of The ltepuhllcan many times over, ljut I can only touch the hlsh pi tees an 1 Klve our re.ides Mimo Idea of this wonderful country concerning which much Iljs been v.'iltUn a.lread. and som of them have hail tho pleasure of seeln? more than thiee hundred miles the liurllngton Itoute, fiom St. Joseph, Mo , to'.lows vlosii upon tlio dividing line be tween the sreat Suites of Kansas and McbrasXa. However, keeping on tho Nebraska fide, except for a distance of only about half a mile, whete I wai told it ran into Kansas territoiy only a few feet. Alow; this ectIon no ilcher land can bo found In the whole world. I was told that nn kind of gtulr beef which wo .sometimes set In Hartford by way of Chicago. However, conditions change as line neaivs (he city nf TO BEGIN UBVIVAL SUNDAY, MAY 12, AT HltST CHKIST1AN CIU'ltCH. Uinvcr whfie tl lauds aro Irrigate I. and where cnyis aro raised lesardless of the season and independent of the ruins. Hue thnuMiulx of ucies of rich land are devoted to sugar beet lalslinr, and to vegetables of all kinds, as well as the nrlous giassus and small grain. "W.lthln a liuudred miles of Denver tho rounilwa-scove- i ed with snow unit our train was not again out of sight of snow lor more than a thousand miles,' and Indeed we who not out of sight of mountains entire within tluit distance, Leaving the leautlful city of Demur tho next point of Interest is Colotado Spring about iovwity flu inlltvs west, and hero vo come in slglit of the far f.und HOY U BROWN. l'lko's 1'oak mid many other ,nctable mountains, down, after passing Vegas wo outer tho Itojal G'oigo and lien cannot dcncilbo tho biutliss of tlu acenory througli which wo pissed for"v oral hundred miles. Down tho deep gorgo thu train sikhI in Ms winding couiM'.nlilli on cither bid toweling mountains i vault thu clouds, whLlu tlio gluut locks on ever hide Impross upon tlio mind of thu travel or tho wrtulnty In ago gone by, of u could bo grown, that It wn cspxlally tuUpk'd to alfalfa und any and a' I kinds of fruit. Kioni tho black louny iiiR'nr-anc- u of tho boll It was not hard to b". Hove this btateinent, and tlio upleudid well kept fin ins, dwellings and barns which were to bo sunn v tho tialn np''d along, toy other with thousand of tattlu roaming tho undulating plains gave adill. tlomil ovldcnco of prosperity that this country Is tnjoyliuj. At Wymore, Nubras k It. LEiciuTON mtowN, Jit.. la, tho writer caino upon territory which v. i:mmutt snydeu, liad been travel sed by Col. Theodoto CornetUt. Soloist and Chorus Director. First Christian Church. Factory Representative for Hiffh Grade Pianos, Player Pianos and Organs. 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DOSK relieves gas on tho stomach, sour constipation, nausea or heavy "We commenced work again at day- stomach,after eating almost AT ONCE. feeling twen'.j-si- x A phort treatment often cures an ordinary light on Monday and recovered case of appendicitis. on that day. On Tuevlay morning Sold in Hartford only by the OHIO bodies wero numerous and ut noon ".to COUNTY DllL'G COMPANY, Incorpor- up ninety. Tho weather ated. had picked then came up thick, but In tho aftar-noo- n more wo picked up tvventy-nln- o tho wo were J Wednesday All day thick fog with n fresh wind b'owlng We saw nothing all day. On Thursday we recovered m:covr.i:i:i tikty isodihs. ".s soon ns wo arrived," he continued, "we stopix'd and lot our vessel drift. During the middle watches some' wreckage and a few bodhs wero eight- cd, and at daylight we saw more bod ies. Although a heavy wa wtis running bodies that d iv. wo recovered fifty-on- e Twenty-fou- r of these wero commltto of Most to the deep tlio same day. them had been members of the I ' , 11 south-'sou'we- eighty-se- ven. "Tlio Mlnla camo up to us shortly on Trldjy, and at dayafter midnight light Saturday the two ships resumed tho work togotlicr. COL. ASTOIl'S BODY. "Col. Astor's body was In an excellent stato of preservation," said Unfull dertaker Snow. "It was clad In evening dress. Col. Astor's handsome gold watch was dangling from tho out of ono of his pockots, .is chain though ho had consulted It Just before ho took tho final plunge. "Tho purser took charge of all tin valuables. There ,was u great deal of 1 havo heard Jowelry. estimated It of that wo took ut least HT,0ti worth Jewelry from all tho bodlos that wo thirty bodlos, In ono group, found. among thejn many women, wero found. Near this group was found a llfoboit an with a woman's skirt attached to oar. It had been used as a signal by those in tho boat to attract ,tho attenA number of tion of any steamship. bodies wero floating alongsldu tho bout. They wero evidently tho remulus of refuge, in tho those who had "taken boat. "There was every Indication that tho boat had remained afloat soiuo time after the Tltaulu had gone down. 1'ioiu tho circumstances we load swift tragic story of .tho 3ea, The (men uud ovldeutlybo-com- o In tho boat hud women sejiarated from tho ptheiboa ts und luul perished when their craft was capsized. Jf thoy lutd been hcvii by the Carpathla all would have been saved." 11 Relieves Backache Instantly Sloan's Liniment is a great remedy for backache. It penetrates and relieves the pain instantly no rubbing necessary just lay it on lightly. "I hail my back hurt in tlio Goer War and in San 1'rancUco two yean ago 1 was liit by a meet car in the tame place. 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