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The Hartford republican: May 10, 1912 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1912 hao1912051001_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: May 10, 1912 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V "a . at- . ; (El) Fine Job Work. Jforlfrrri) DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF Httblittttt OF OHIO COUNTY All THE PEOPLE Subscription $1 per Year No. 43 FORMER FEUDIST i IV vol. xxiv; s HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1912. Angl'-will be so harnessed at various for points ns to supply power enough every city street car, for electric llghti, and nlso manufacturing purposis. When woncompleted, It will be ono of tho and ders In modern civil eimlneer)ng, will bo cnpablo of supplying water to a city of more than 10,000.000 Inhabitant). 4 r .' V mission of 30 delegates to consider tho demand somo of tho negro of delegates that they be given h negro bishop to supcrvlso tho affairs of members of their church In southern states. WESLEY'S ADVICE APPROVED. Tho bishops' report was delivered Weyley's Upon by Bishop Earl Cranston of WashingCIIUIlCH AND ltlUilUlONS. ton, D. C, and It formed the All the leading rellsious denominations section of tho Episcopal address, the aro to be found here, and owing to the i first half of which had been given tin many nationalities represented, thero are day before. possibly more churches than any city As Safe Guide, and the Rule "We would Joyfully aeolalm tho day esperately Wounded and Rushed Churches of tlio same slzo In tho Unltd States. Says That $650,000 Is Sufficient Municipal Government, when every Christian would abstain Against Card Flaying and On last Sunday morning the writer atto Secure the 32,000 to Lexington Hospital Rot from the amusements and Religions, Islands and which havo tended sorWccs at the First Methodist been prohibited, but we can't repress Theaters May Go.' Expected to Recover. Acres of Land. Church 'which Js one of tho tonlest here, Politics Discussed. our comlctlon that Wosley dealt' moro pleasure of listening to and had the wisely with tho danger. a sermon by the celebrated Rev. Uobort "Tho blshons "Minneapolis, May Washington, Inthfwfn May C New and of 'recommend May Jackson, Ky., many of our read- -' J. Burdette, of whom T.os Ango!o, Cal., May 2, 1312. a return to tho consistent apteresting testimony In support of Episcopal church the tho Methodist treatment Caltahan, former sheriff of Breathitt crs heard something during a lecture at Tlio city of Los Ansoles Is ono of the Thomas bill providing pur peared to bo divided equally for the last of this subject by Wesley and tho county, at ono time a leader of tho and was Hartford recently, Itcv. Burdette Is a chase oldest In Southern California, night on tho question of Mammoth cave and Its one more earnestly, because we are deal- Hargls faction, enwhether was shot down Baptist minister, but on this occasion and d settled first by the Spanish. Ono ing with tlio American people and tho desperately dancing, virons, to bo maintained as a nation: church law prohibiting wounded Saturday mornyears nso It was a UtUo Spanish was filling the pulpit of Dr. Lo:hc, who park, was gambling given and attendance at Intelligence of the Twen'leth century. ing as he stood at the door of his store before the Houso General town with narrow streets anil adobo huts was attending tho Methodist wo Military Affairs committee approvo at Crocketsvllle, In this county, ctrcusses cannot races j "As a church and horso today by theater?, twenof Conference at. Minneapolis. Wo did not Now It Is ono of the groat cities M. as recommended dancing and theatergoing. iThey are ty miles from Merrlwctlir, of Kansas should bo abolished, Jackson. He was know that "Bob" Burdette iwus a preaclV Hunter of America. Hy far the greater part questionable amusements. City, a former Kentuckian, To us, as rushed and Dr. J. by the board of bishops. to Lexington to the hospital er, but ho Is, and ono of unusual strength, tills marvelous growth has been maJe of our sister N. McCormlck, churches and It Is not believed he can recover. that their Investiga- to several Green, , On tlio ground of Bowling wltliln the post forty years, and It has not so much on orator, but a good s secretary of ,tho State Board of Health tions showed that of tho they who Justify these amusements as The assassins were hidden on tho Ho preached to an nudtenco of nioro than doubled In tho past twenty members representing tho 3,2W,000 for Kentucky, of the church consistent with the spiritual Ufo sjem hillside near tho point from which Calboth yearn. You ask tho cause of this won- 3,000 on tlio subject "An Open City." either danced or went to clrcusses and to manifest a deplorable lack of spir- lahan was shot two years ago. National Conservation congress. Calladerful Immigration to tills city by the Some of his Illustrations wore sharp and' The Importance of tho passage of this theaters, without regarding It as sin- itual perception. han's body was riddled wltli bullets. man answer characteristic. His Idea Is that Cost, and there Is only ono bills, as an economic move was stressed ful, the bishops deo'ared against that tlio "Again we stand unitedly Callahan was one of the best known Hero the temperature rarely should bo taught to avoid evil Instead by Mr. Merriwother, who argued climate. that by church alw against these diversions, gambling, and we recognize clearly men in rBcathltt county, and durlnff goes below forty or aboo ninety. Think of trying to remove evil from man, and failure to conserve tho property and sur. In forco for 10 years, liad become ob- that it Is the same sin In Wall street the days when James Hargls and his of It! No long zero Winter, with still ho drawled out "God did not bul'd a rounding forested land, embracing all solete. They asserted that while tho that tt Is In the lowest 'resort, but we faction were In power wa Callahan longer coal bills. Tho fjowers and vege- barb wire fence around the treo of for- told S2.0U0 acres, erosion continues to protest against Iiave never ventured legislatively to regarded, as Hargls' right hand man. would ensue and church bidden fruit In the Garden of Eden." tables ul tho year round. No matter how Green and Nolln rivers would bo a con- these forms of amusement, still It was fix the point .where the race track Hargls was county Judge and Callahan warm tho sun may shine, It Is always Sunday night wo went to a little church stant drain on tho treasury to prevent better not to have any specific law on gambler, passing from the turf to the sheriff at the time when some In a suburb called tho Church of of the tho pleasant In tho .shade. A gentle breeze filling In. It woiv'd cost the government the subject than to have a iaw which stock market, becomes a respectable bloodiest records of Breathitt wero Nazarene, where about' ono hundred faith at night from the mountain.', make It 11,000,000 In a few years' time to In business man eligible to church mem- written. John Wesley's keep was Ineffective. comfortablo to sleep under cover, and In ful people worship. In a sense, It was Green river navigable, ho contended. junction leaving the amusement to the bership and tho chairman of tho board Callahan was tried several (times In the day tlmo tho order Is reversed, nnl going from tho highest to' the lowest pt IndlWduals, the 21 ac- of trustees. Sir. Merrlwetlier faored an amend- conscience connection tb with killing of Jim tho gentle breeze cames back from Uie In our Church attendance for oio day. ment to the bill fixing $CT.O00 as the tive bishops declared, was the wisest be"In our Absolute helplessness Cockroll, James B. Marcum and Dr. but In another respect deep piety and ocean. Hence, this Is a veritably garden we must continue Cox, but on every occasion for "Americans of the fore this question, maximum limit to bo paid by tho gov- regulation there was spot for those who may be elck.and for puro religion without formality wo were ernment for tho 10,000 acres In lieu of Twentieth century." ' to allow tho to suspect that no verdict secured against him. world Kor going from tho lowest to tho highest. still more who want to avoid getting ' the larger LIVELY DEBATE FOBECAST. the stake the 11.000,000 called OpIn the bill. and the more the murder of Marcum, Curt Jett and Speaking of churches, wo were surprise slelc. As tho regions compassed by Ideal greeted reeWess of public weal, the A demonstration which gain, the Tom White are now In the penlten- uround tions on 13.CO0 acres of land , small, to find that In this city thero aro sown Mammoth cave, procured climate conditions Is necessarily jf less vicious tho crime, provided Earl Cranston's reading ijshop t ho tlacy for life and efforts made a short by Mr. MerIs coming when tlio population Christian Sclenco churches, one of which riwother the tlmo nmenaatton was taken as In- - winner pays tithes to religion or for the government's ad time ago to secure their paroles were andjanother $170,000, and w lw I'normoui. coit $318,000, In all this country will vantage, were fhed with tho comml'o dlrtatlng a lively debate on the ques- bitterly fought. " will, were told tlicro aro four In course of con- tee. Indeed, It Is expected that this city tlln when It comes up for a vote of OTHER RECOMMENDATIONS. The killings of Cockroll, Marcum and be struction. This new, but old doctrine Is v I thin tho next twenty five years, i- 150 detegates. The report stated that 1,336 ' out A motion declar- Ho said ho procured these option's Dr. Cox were the result of a bloody Wct jNew getting a firm grip all over tho larger than tho present Greater that the rule "always had boon of 2,037 district superintendents had feudal warfare which raged In Breathra a poniun oi me territory suUablJ York. It Is olgtheen miles to tho near- and Is drawing from alt denominations. source constant Irritation and declared the amusement paragraph In itt county for a number of years be of for tho park and tliat should" ba corf-that est point on the ocean, and In CATALINA ISLAND. served, and asking that the church discipline was Ineffective. because he --bellevodv-a- . ! tjaslifclMrest 4 In, tho church tween the Hargls and Cockrell h.fac iwiim city No ono should visit Southern Califor- price for tho other land could direction It Is almost a continuous The 'Bishops was to a" committee, Xurther recommended tions, and which caused In addition to be de It be . referred Long 1'caehT Santa Monica, Venice, and nia without making promptly church, instead of liavng these murders the killing of a number voted down, arguments be- that the a trip to. Santa termlned for condemnation purposes by San Pedro are some of the beach resorts Catallna Island. On last Saturday morn- the cost of acreage on which options aro ing presented that the full . confer- two temperance societies mT represent- of others. i , which aro populous, and San Pedro.tw a ing we left Los Anga'.es by way of tho ueiu. n league, and the The Hargls faction, headed ite believed the average cost per ence .was "going to settle that ques ed in the by Judge ty thrco miles an ay, Is already u part olectrlo lino and San Pedro for tho aero of the S0.O0O acres exclusive of the tion, and ,no one else." Methodist Church Temperance society, James Hargls and Callahan, were in of Los AnguScs and under tho city No sooner iptaa the motion made have only one, suggesting abolishing the ascendency Island which Is fifty miles distant. Twen cave property should bo between- - $11 for many years, but society; recommending than James I. Bartholomew of New the church and 12 an acre. miles by land, and twenty-seve- n later they lost out, and finally the) Bedford, Mass. TUG citizenship. floor. had the "I that the church return to the limit of climax was reached miles by water. Sun Pedro Is the harbor In a forceful manner, Mr. Merrlwetli when Beach Harcountry has Its disadvantages for Los Angeles nnd Is probably the er urged that tho Mammoth Cavo Nation knew of a high school boy, who. In five years for pastorates, as 'was In gls, the son of Judge James Hargls livery child sltw his father as welt as good points and this Is no greatest lumber receiving point In tlio al park Idea is one demanding exception- studying English, went to see Mac force prior to 1900; denounced tho and was sent to In disputes be penitentiary for life. " made tho Dolnt beth. It was tho duty of (the pastor, labor and boycotting exception. Hero thero aro many kinds world. Hero itho United States govern al consideration nnd tween capital and labor; endorsed During the ilast few years Callahan of people. The old Spaniard still lin- ment lias expended, millions of dollars that this natural, wonder Is very cloje without option, to expel that boy from In In Improving tho deep-watgers and Is an Influential element harbor and to the center of population of the Uni- the church on the ground that he had President Taft in his attempts to pro had ,been out of politics, and it ,was denounced said that he had been avoiding this supposed law. A Jury moter international peace; society. Tho Chinaman,, and tlio "Jap" they are still dredging away In tho di- ted States and as a National park, could violated all bodtea forms of trouble rection, of Los Angeles, and In years to be visited by many thousands of patriotic acting under the rule, wroutd havo to any attempt by any religious aro ever prescntrvhllo the Mexican, with his former ene1 Ionian, and Negro also contribute como through a twenty mile canal, ocean Americans annually, A beautiful descrip- expel, but a Jury acting under Wes- to interfere with the civil status of mies. He was, according to the claims marriages of their members wh-;certainly would not To the population. Of course In hundreds going vessels will undoubtedly be brought tion of the cave country and Green river ley's, rule of his friends, attending strictly to his performed by clergymen of jollier de cooes all these raco bloods aro mora Into tho heart of ,thls pity. Wo were was given by Mr, Merriwother. of business, but he was always heavily .i nominations. ARGUMENTS AGAINST ItULE. or less commingled. Tho raco problem a llttlo too late to see the U. S, War The actlveness of Mammoth cave as frequent guarded, as threats wero soma vessels as they had only a few days be- a health rosort was elaborated upon by Arguments .against continuing the an Is a jncmt Irritating one, nnd-w- lll made to take his life. ( Col. John Astor Buried. day cause no end of trouble on this fore been ordered to Son Dleso becauv Dr. McCormack, who Is rule as presented wore: of About two years ago he was fired on body New York, May 4. The of from ambush and it was reported at Coast. The public school furnishes tho of somo new phaso of tho .Mexican revo- the National Health Association,' and wh That the majority of the church goers danclngl John Jacob Astor, who Host Ids Ufo first that he had been killed. Though jxmit to acuto trouble. A few evenings lution. Our voyago across to tho Island lias been traveling a great deal lately never have refrained from disaster, was buried he was painfully told us tliat ho had oc- -. on tho steamer Carblllo was a rough lecturing on health and science problems. and theaters because of the church, In the Titanic . ago a relatlvq wounded, he recoverof "tills rule has today beside the body pf his father ed, but since then his store had cailon to visit his school at tho adjourn- one, and as tho steamer was tossed The declaration tliat the assassinated Pres and the violation been lil services surrounded by a stockade, and tt was about by tljo great ocean swejis, many Ident Garfield might have recovered from' tended to bring atl church discipline at Washington Heights. The ing hour not long ago to bring boy homo. Ho stood, and watched the of the passengers, especially the ladles, his bullet wounds could he have been Into contempt; that many people re- - were held at Rhlnecllff on the Hud- said that he never went out without an service of tho armed guard at his side. children as they filed down the stops becamo sea sick, and it was no uncom- moved Into Mammoth cave and its COJJ gard Shakespeare on the stage as be- son. Only the formal ing as good as Shakespeare was used, and years the Callahan leading from" tho building. U was u mon thing to soo them bending pver tlio and Invigorating air, was made. In u Episcopal church Is about forty-fiv- e Based on a scientific Investigation which book; to sevat old. He has a wife .and motley crowd which he hahcld. Of cours railing, sending wireless messages that many people refuse to con- funeral sermon will be preached A dozen eral children, being' one ot them the Caucasian predominated, but Inter- the monsters of tho sea. No, tlio writer he made In Mammoth cave a few yeans demn all plays, because as some of Trinity church tomorrow. to keep the Wilson Callahan, who, several years Is ago Dr. McCormlck told of the physical them. spersed, sandwltched as It were, (were escaped without getting sick. This Just as much as they would officers were necessary somo curious crowd at a distance. ago killed black Negroes, Japs, ClUncsc, In- tlio dull season at the Island eq tarns conditions In Mammoth oave, of the lime condemn all novels, because coal his uncle. John Deaton, to when the latter attacked, Ed Callahan The singing of Nearer, My God, dians, Mexicans and In fact, ropresent-atlve- s visitors are concerned hut our boat took stone formation and tlio ease with which novels aro not proper; that gambling which Is always sung at the In tho over about 400 passengers wlto were soon tho cave would deteriorate should tt be Is fundamentally wrong, and docs not Thee, Callahan's store and almost cut of ovory known people on . Astor funeral, was omitted because his arm off with a butcher knife. need a rule to prohibit it. earth. Bringing up the rear was a do?, Intent upon seeing the wibndcrous beau- neglected. Pure atr.o f the itomperaturo of Mam Arguments for continuing the rule the Titanic band played It as tho ship widen ho said ho presumed was thrown ties of this mountain Island, for such It enemies Caltahan had so many It throughout the would give went down, and It was feared that In to comiiJeto tho variety. So thero you Is.rlslng out of tho sea as though It had moth cave, averaging 50 degrees, would were that Its abolishment mountain section that Mrs. It is hard to suspect from what faction that tho church was would cause mental anguish to have It. This same gentleman told mo been tossed up In by gone ages by somo have saved the Hto of President Gar- the Impression the assailants came. that ho had found his little boy play- mighty internal upheaval. Tho most In- field, declared Dr. J. H. McCormack. tending toward laxity and was endors. Madeline Astor. ing with a Negro boy ubout t)ie same teresting tiling to bo seen by the visit- "More people," said he, "die each day In Ing the tilings which tt formetly opAbout tour years ago a feud broke For Sale at Bargain. age, and had remonstrated with htm or who has only a brief time to stay, tlio United States from preventlblo dis- posed; that abolishment of the rule pd Callahan out between the Deaton Motor Boat equipped with a 6 h. p. factious. would remove restrictions jvlilch hold Callahan, was related to tin for It, and wus met with this response, Is tho submarluo gardens. Taking pas,sag eases than were lost on tho Titanic. Tho speakers were presented by Repre people from those foims of amuso-men- t. Gray Motor, Speed 12 miles an hour. Deatons Is In a small motor boat, you uro slowly by marriage, "Father, he may bo black, but ho his first wife Boat Is one season old and In first class having been a Miss Deaton. The two tnuoh whiter than somo whlto boys with carried around a point of tlio Island and sentative B. V. Thomas, Jr., author of through the glass bottom of the boat tho bill, Col. M. H. Crump, of Bowling PRESIDENT SEVERELY CRITICISED. condition. For further particulars, call factions descended upon whom I play." Jackson and t you behold the wouderous sea growth whla Green; D. W. J. Mcaeo and A. C. Jan'n, In adopting a resolution offered by on or address this office. STREETS AND LIGHTS. for some days kept tho town in a UUv W, Andreson resembles a great garden filled trustees, James cave No ono can visit Hits citywithout beof Keokuk, Iu., filled one of the Mammoth ot terror. Carry Graft to the Tomb. denouncing Secretary ing Impressed with Its fine strects.boule-yard- with flowers of tiie rarest aretes, shrub wero present. of Agriculture faction took possession The Deaton Chicago, May 0. A new form of ot the courthouse "All we hope for m this session of con James driveways extending for mllt bery and mosses of every description, and Wilson for accepting tho honwhile tho CulUhatut and of the browers' confidence game came to tho notice1 of took up their posts ot vantage In tho and mljes In every direction. They uro tlio hues of the rainbow.. Tills growth gross Is a favorable report on the 'bill, ' orary chairmanship when a man and Hargls store, well kept and wivll lighted. In fact tho can bo seen at a depth of from ) to 75 said Col. Crump. The commlttoo took no congress in Chicago lost October, tho the police last night, Just opposite the court declared lights aro Just as numerous and just foet, and great fishes as wull as llttlo action today. Tho heating was on tlio conference thaf President his w.ifo wero arrested for collecting house. Hera two clans faced each ones, are seen slowly swimming Around Thomas bill to appropriate 1,000,000 for Tft, Secretary W llson und Secretary money in Hyde Park to buy flowers other until citizens at with both as good five miles from the center of Knox "havo forfeited all which wero to be used, they said, to sides Interceded and secured tlio signatho city as in tho business section. On midst the shrubbery, or In groat schools the purchase of tho timber land over of Stato the graves of old' soldiers tures ot John Deaton and Ed Cullolun claims on the future franchise of tho decorate the road question tho people hero not darting hither and thither in a most tan the cave. Christian only bellevo in big things, but they do talilizlng way to one who loves to tempt and sober manhood of tho Memorial Day. to a peace pact. Then the two factious Orders "The Vulture's Claw." nation, ' because they had ignored ap- The couple claimed to ropresent ,tho rode out of Jackson, taking different a them .with the hook und lino. This Is them. Tho city Is now engaged in Republic, The roads. Army of the peals that no government official at- Grand municipal 'enterprise which, for Los An- ono of the great fishing points pit or The Hartford Republican, flowers for this purpose, are furnished congress. Hartford, Ky, WilSecretary tend to geles Is as great a feat as (ho build- near tho Coast and fUh dinners is ono Sale. Gasoline Mill ing of tho Panama Canal Is for Undo of tho rare enjoyments ,to bo had by a Gentlemen: Enclosed find my check son's explanation tliat ho attended annually by the public schools, and Grist One 10 Horse Power Gasoline to tho congress ho was Inter- when the solicitors approached one person Ours consisted of a lingo for $1.60 to renew my subscription Ham. $20,000,000 have been voted to bring visit here. hfcauso Mill, Crusher, Shelter and other attachsupply from Pwens River Lake, fiesli inackcre.l cooked to a brown (turn tho Republican which expired In Mahlt ested In tlio growth pt hops bar- - who knew of this they came to grief. and a water Tho ments. Apply to Tho arrest of the two followed. ley,, was described as 'an Insult and high In tho mountains 27 miles awuy. under our own eyes, and to may tliat wo and also for the Vulture's Claw. O. R. CARSON. prisoners told tho police they had great supply of pure mountain waYours truly, frivolous." This iI ' n'l,KX. Contcrtown, Ky. Mti ortllvr.tA1 ttll !.... (Continued on Eighth Pago.) T. ,T. UOQERS, ter from the clouds In Its decent to Los -- A MORE ABOUT MAMMOTH CAVE CALIFORNIA Ideal NATIONAL PARK . CHURCH LAW SERIOUSLY SHOT Climate Conditions Movement Started Declares Kentuckian. in That State. Rule Praised by Methodists Ed. Callahan Fired from Ambush. I?' '' . hun-dre- card-playin- g, rea-son- two-third- - Antl-saloo- er ex-po- t a ' I V s, fir 1 'jj-- A BOOK THAT HAS NO STOPPING PLAUES! At Least You Won't Stop Until You Have Read it From Cover to Cover I I J "THE VUTURE'S CLAW" BY REV. C. F. WIMBERLY, OP MADISON VILLE, KY. into the shape of a claw "The Vulture's Claw" Is nn absorbingly interesting story, with n deep religious moral. The story takes its name from a miserly, grasping hypocrite whose left hand is deformed of the book is peculiarly apt. Mr. Wimberly introduces more than a dozen interesting characters and a multiplicity of situations which he handles with a and his character is so much like a vulture that the title of a school mar'm who master hand'. His descriptive work is nothing short of genius. Most of the action takes place in the lemote Ozark mountains and much of it hangs upon the coming into the mountains w a remarkable story of hardship infuses new life and ambition into the community; and in coming of a Methodist minister with whose beautiful character the reader readily falls in love. "The Vulture's Claw" double romance which depicting the unfavorable environments of remote mountain sections: of the influence of one or two strong personalities upon the lives of many people, and through every page runs a absorbs the interest of the reader. i The Hartford Republican Continually strives to give the news of events at home and abroad, with a special effort for Ohio county happenings of local interest, and we print it first. It is read by the entire family. ATTRACTIVE FOR YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER. THE ULTURE'S CLAW The Regular Price is $1 for 52 Weeks. VINBERLY w The tiire's It's a book of fiction of intense interest, of everyday characters, and a plot that makes the hair raise only to prepare you for the happy ending. Christian homes will appreciate this story, because of the deeply religious moral so adroitly and so strongly interwoven. Read what others say about it WM. JENNINGS BRYAN SAYS: Dear Mr. Wim"Rev. C. F. Wimberly, Madisonville. 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Address THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. PREVENTING JCCIDENTS Germany Makes Systematic Study of Conditions. America Might Profitably Study and Imitate This Admirable System. caictul treatment. ilsks By stinly In .ind sj hematic every Industry In been materially Germany havo recent yens, mid accidents In have been cut down :g per cent. When u firm enters one- of the great German tach part of Its trade associations, by government business Is classified officials according to Its di'ic.e of dan-geits It Js thus foiced to lnsuio employes automatically. If It 'micceeds In making Its methods safci, It liny bo placed In u higher class and secure better rates. Thus It Is for the Interest of eveiy laigo lompiuy to reduoo the risks In its operations as much as thempossible 'i'liu tiado associations to this end by issu-In- s selves lltcruUiio of nil Muds and placing It with their members. Tli.it wo may profitably those study and Imitate liml Is Gcimun mtlhods In our own the opinion of William II. Tolinan, Museum of dlicctor of the Amerlian Safety, who wiltos on the subject In Siys Mr. Indiisliles. American r. Tol-inu- u: tho Blxty-si- x trado fur tho Human empir associations Into Is hubUIdcU blanches for the of tho amount hike of dctcimitihig risk Involved In tho conduct of tint branch of the ludustiy. 'ihi'ii the asUuigtr decides to which sociation class tach poitlon of tho business of tho mombors shut! bo assigned; iu w aoh now firm entcia tho association, pait of tho business falls automatically Into Its rcspeollvo danger class. "How oxer, boforo tho findings of tho trade association are fixed, they by tljo Imperial must bo approved of Tho assignment office. insurance one. of "Kadi supremacy of Industrial means the the Cathr!an I. jumphtets "EaM'y oT)prehndei call attention to hints and sj?,'estlons .hat in lh choice if a tiadc, siiowl'ig "hi" lll,l ''-lieatt, reap'-I- J are to be expected In certain predisworkmen and that trades, posed to wcaknes In those occupacareful tional diseases should be very The necessity In seeking emplojment. counter-irritan- t of of pure air as u tuberculosis; cleanliness and lejulir-lt- y In tho genraf manner of Iltn, Uie of the mouth and teeth; use of a bath once a week, otherwise two soap scrubs. "'Avoiding Dirt Avoids Illness.' " 'A Shut Mouth Makes for Health.' wus In of the "These aro some Germany Is preventing CO per which Industrial cent of the annual toll of Popular lectures, tho dis accidents. and of slmplo pamphlets tribution are other methods. This documents, propaganda starts In tho education readers placed In tho hands of the children, inculcating ldns of school safety nnd caution at the ery threshold of tho child's life. illsibied Its "Germany lias paid ?l,rUJ0,-00- 0 wago workers moie than slnco ISSI. It pas Its injured, superannuated, and their dependants, i:c,000,000 something a year. ilko Of this sum tho wotkmen furnish half. 'An ounce of prevention Is better than a pound of cure." Is tho kojnoto of Di"Neaily all the tiado asjoelatlons the 'German S)stem.' '' Lltciary et pamphlqts Issue special rules, nnl gest, postus directing attention to the dangers and menace of alcoholism, espeRico's New Wonder. tempei-ance cially duiliu wik''.t hour?, I'rom far away Porto Itlco coino reIn tl.o usu of ulcohal nt other ports of a wondeiful now disco ory times Indicating that :t Is" not a food that Is believed will vastly benefit the tho feeling of gaMy Indufod Is people.M ltamon T. Marchan, of by a. mil iken Impression o! catwnl writes "Dr. King's Now DIscov-e- iy tho In a In, uril that it iIom not enable is doing Bplendld work hero. It curtho workmen to do mute: that the ed mo bout five times of terrible coughs mo'ljrutc use of alcolul Is not o bid and colds, also my brother of a severe but !', ubye sent more tln.i 1540 cold In ills chest and moto than 1") oth persons list ir to piltons and ei s, w ho used K on my adv Ice. Wo hopo this gteat medicine will yet bo sold In "The worl.m u ars cautioned ngiliiM every drug itore in Porto Itico." I'or cxcvilvo Jrtikl'iff at lliclr mvitl'igs tin oat and lung troubles lit lias nociual und assemblies anl, a; fir uu possible. A trial will convlnco ou of Its merit. It li suRgcx'bd that the; avoIJ ap- S0c and 1.00. Trial bottlo free. Guaranpointments m unci holding oJ meeting? teed by aU druggists. dlx-easly pro-pare- an Individual Industry to Us danger diss Is therefore made according to law. Against this decision an appeal can bo made within two weeks to the Imperial office. At Intervals of five yeais, the danger tariff may bo revised, based upon the number of acciassodents during that period The ciation knows Its own returns from and the annual number of accidents compensation; tho payment it for rex Islon can decide v. liether or not a will bo made. These facts also enable them to determine It the premium 0111 be reduced. "Practically all tho German trale associations lsuo books and pamphlets with special hints and regulaadtions for accident pretention. In descriptions of tho dition to technical safety appliances themselves, the of tho entire trade In dea'-in- g with dangerous parts of machines for the and processes Is summarized benffltof tho emplojer and his workmen. Tor eample, the Southwestern an Wood Woiklng Association Issues d Illustrated book of lu pages , by It. Hofmann, their technical inspector, Trado Association of Tho Butchers Issues a xafoty manuat of 10) pages of descriptive text, scale drawings These and photogtaphs. publications constitute a erltable encyclopedia of safety. Attention is called to tho fact that eery ono of four recent nocidents, by which could havo been prevented tho use of u wafety device, will entail lament of flo.GOO upon tho associacrippled men llvo to tion, it tho four tho noimil old ago. The safety devices would liavo cost at p'aces vnere ditnUng in., Ie pected Vor.ni r. cm do thslr to help example, ex80-YEAR-- tlulr hu fimllics i t advise best and I PRIMER mail i .1 ig wjlch. full PUPIL IN MOUNTAINS "Schoolgirl" turn, at Hindman Wants Bible. to Learn to Read Her 2$ D. C, April The story of a primer pupil, $0 yeirs otd was brought to Washington today by Washington, Miss Kathettne Petltt, of tho Illndman sottlement school,sltuatel In tho mountains of Kentucky, 43 miles from a railroad station, illss Petltt camo to tho Capital to 'ecture before tho Southern Industrial Educational Association and to urgo better educational facilities In of her Stato the mountains regions Miss Petltt told of tho establishment of "moonlight" schools for men and women. The Inspiration for tho of theso sehools.sho detlared. was tho pathetic appeal mado by ft woman 60 years old that sho be taught to read so that she might have the comfoi of her Illblo before sh o died. As theso school sessions hav e to bo hold on moon- light nights in oidex for those wishing to attend to bo ablo to travel over tho rough paths and roads, they have been tcimcel "moonlight" Schools. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORI A Methusaleh's 1,000 Years. Ono of tho greatest puzzles In tlio III Ulo Is tho gloat ago to which Methusaleh Is reported to haw llveil, nlno hundiod slxty-nln- e yixirs. Many havo tried to oxplaln tho llguros away, but modern Bcholarkhlp lias Ilulo paUenco with thaso rather childish attempts to muko tho im- possible possible. Tho oarlleut of tliose explanations was Hurt tlio ytvirs Alien were what wv cull months.but itlils would bo manifestly absurd, for it Is stated tliat Mathusalch's tldent son I. imeih t, bom wIimi the fatlicr was ono drcU und elghty-sove- n years old, or about fifteen years old, according to our rock- onlng not Impossible, but according to tlw Samaritan xerslon M'ethusaleli was sixty seven years old at this timo.whlch would mako htm a father at tho tender hiiu-'men- Por'o and Hraco-lonet- a, refor-iiutorle- s. J Mi. or an other man of tho Old Testafive of our je.trs. fact, too. that Methusaleh's groat ment, lived to nu ngu of u thousthis and j oars. especially cited U A frank admission tint the.se aro tlio of each enr being onlj a month. j legends of the evul would have been but eUhtj ages of men, ami no real historical value bvvs nut nf. old at his death, according to our reckinlhnv lug anil this Is not at all remarkable. feet tho trustwofthlncas of th BlblO Any ono looking over the list of tho j nearly so much us childish ex.pUonatUiiH heads of tho first ten generations of nun w tilth do not explilu. Hail Methusaloh will notice that MethusaMi's Is not great re.iily livid nine hundred and ,slx.ty jc.irM ly In excess of several others. Adam diet una iimu im mevani inat no Uleu aged nlno hundred and thlrt, SYJi ;i'no tho very juor of tho Dehwe-o- nd hid he hundred and tvvo've, linoch nlno hunallvo at that ttmo It would cor- - y dred and five, IConan nlno hundred mil talnly luivo been mentioned. Iix. ten, Mahalalel eight hundred anl ninety- five, Jared nine hundred and sixty-tw"The Telephone Girl." (only seven years loss than Mu'husaleh). Tlio lote.phono girl sits In her cJialr Me- Knoch three hundred and slt-flvAnd HsUn to voices from everywhere. slxty-nl- u thusoleh nlno hundred nnd She knows all tlio gossip, she knows ail seventy-sev- o hamech seven hundred and tho news, and Noah nlno hundred and fifty, onlj Slw knows who Is happy and who ban years younger than Mothusa-leseventeen bluas, Sho knows all our sorrows, sho know-saThe sugestlon has a'so been .mad o that our Joys, theso great ages did not refer to ludlv Id- - Sho knows all tlio girls who nro cjias-bi- g uais, bul t0 til0 tIIW Whle.h tribes, lived, tJio boys. but this is not seriously taken Into con sideration by close students of tlw Sho knows all our trouble, who ktvoivH ' all our strife. The mil oxidanatlon now approved by She knows every mm who talks eras . ,. , to his wife. ,M knottJcueo ,lult tll0 ValilonUnn Bavo Sho knows every tlmo wo nro out with the Ikjjs, their early ancestors thousands of yieara l Sho knows the oxcuso each follow emof life. Wlltten records not kotit Qf t)lQ tur)y ,leloe8 nM, ploy e, lstlnguWlClJ ,. , ,,, . , .. , If tho tcMeJono girl to'd half that sho i",,, ,.,.. , , .,u, ..n.... . knows, VI.U IV3..JIII IU UbUIUUVV I Cllltll huuiu uucio and remurkablo Itngth of life Jo thcxa It would turn dcarost friends Into peisonnges. Thnt Is how It comes about fiven, that the statement Is found in tho Sho could start a small wind that would "Thero were glints In those days" soon a Bale, an exaggerated and legend iry asset tlon. Ingulf us in troublo and land us In Now tlio fact is that Abraham, ths Jail, first Hebiew.inmo from llabylouli, and ho brought with him xory naturally many SJio couUl stait a btory which galnlnir Jn force, of tho tmtlltloni of llu.t land. Ilo was Would iauso lia'f our wives to suo for accustomed to hear stories of tho evilly divoice, uncwtois of tho Iiabyloiilans, who had formed marvelous dewls nnd iHved to She could get all the churches mixed up lei In a fljjit unmlng ages. And turn our bright days Into sorrowTho chionlclo of 'the ages of Adam, ing night. Soth, Methusaleh nnd others Is in what Is understood to bo th legendtry section In fact sho could koep tlw wlwlo town . of tho lllble, which was written for the In a stew, solo purpose of tracing tho decent of If lw Udii but ono tenth of tlio things Abraham fioni Adum. Tho Old 'IVsta-vva- s sho knew, It must bo lemembcred, is a Ills. Tho nightly appointments und lialf apok-o- u tory of the Hebrews, vviltten by them, tilings. and in no senso a history of n.1! mankind Tho spued over tlw wire when tho tel-'- v among Thus It is commonly Vigreed euiliono rings. modern Ulblo students tluxt the grevat Say; boys ,io't lt make your head whirl ago assigned to Methusaleh Is legendary, When you think what you owe po tlio It U not literally bleved that Methusa- tcJephono girl? Ex, nge of The ago is theory for ho ag-ilns lK-o. h. il ,,.,,. V ..,.. bit-tei- e, K ' Tf "Ti"1 wWI(lH,,((,Wfv",W'WNlW I ' 'A The Pool of Flame r- I elephantine sort or joy. "UTtourice,- ho panted, mopping n damp brow with tho slccvo of his Jacket, "you're a good sight (or sore eyci. Never did wo meet up with you yet but there camo a run of luck." " TIs good hearing," said O'Rourke, Binding. A slight r Our Letter Box. i H - . i X J fly i i i LOOTS JOSEPH VANCE tllaatratloaa by ElUwtrth Tonal 1 -. I head, relieved by ragged patches of gray hair about tho temples, apolo--I getlcally Into tho cabin door. "Tho top of tho day to yc, Dravosl" Bald O'ltourke loudly, for llttlo Dravoa was partially deaf. "And how are tho engines?" Tho engineer carefully hitched up bis trousers and regarded tho wander-- ' cr with temperato geniality. "Good afternoon, Colonel O'ltourke," ho replied, clipping his words mincing- 'AHniBBBBBBBB'J BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbI little man slipped a bald wiiiTiiuu aim; wi; duiktinci? Copyright 1KI, by Luula Joseph Vaooa a CHAPTER XXI. Lurching drunkenly Into th9 harbor Stnown locally as Aden Back Day, tho Panjnab came to anchor. O'Rourke, from tho lower grating of r, tho steamship's accommodation signaled to ono of the swarm of piovcrlne dlnghys.nnd waiting for It to icome In. reviewed the anchored shipping, gathered transiently together In ithnt spot from tho four corners of tho icartb, and shook his head desponding-Jy- . ' lad-jde- LsiBnLSn .ibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI nPl nlllllllH A ycllow-halrcBomall boatman phot his llttlo craft In to tho grating. jOTtourko dropped upon tho stern-sea- t nd took tho tiller. "Post Offlco pier," po sold curtly. Tho dinghy shot away with dipping, dripping oars, whllo tho irishman continued to search among the vessels for anything that scorned fco promlso tho speed necessary for bis purpose, nll(i failed to discover one. i " 'TIs hopeless," ho conceded bitter-ll- y as tho boat wove a scrpentlno wake jln and out among the heaving bulks. ("And, I'm thinking, 'tis tho O'Rourko jwho will presently be slinking back to 'confess ho bragged beyond his powers. Tho fool that yo aro, Terence, big words llth your all empty asand your flno your purse! ipromlscs, 'TIs out of patlencn I am with yo d Rtt With an Unconscious, Surprised Oath, O'Rourke Stepped Aside. ly. "Very nicely, I thank you." Ho shook hands, sat down on tho edge of a berth with tho manner of ono who fears bo Intrudes, and glanced scarchlngly at Quick. "It you're going to servo tho drinks, cap'n," ho snapped acidly, "hump yourself 1" Ho accepted his glass with a dis- jof unhapplncss. So, nt least, seemed to think a man lounging in a dilapidated canvas deck-chabeneath a dirty awning In tho Btcrn of a distant tramp steamer; Iwho, raking the shoreward-bounwith Doubtless ho mado the very picture ir binoculars, had chanced to focus upon O'ltourke. "Looks as if he hadn't a friend In the world," said tho man audibly. "Looks aa if a letter from homo with cash draft 'ud about fill bis little bill." Ho grunted In pleased appreciation of his own subtle wit. A short man ho was, stout, very much at home In grimy pajamas and nothing else, with eyes small, bluo. Informed with twinkling humor and set in a florid countenance bristling with a three days' growth of grayish beard. Ho swung tho glasses again upon O'Rourke, and, "Hell!" he exclaimed, (Bitting up with stimulated interest '"Well, by Jinks!" said the stout man. r'Who'd It?" He got up with evident haste and "waddled forward to the bridge, where lie came upon what he evidently needed In his business: a huge and battered megaphone. Applying this to his lips and filling his lungs be bellowed with a right good will, and his lhall, not unlike the roaring of an amiable bull, awoke Aden's echoes: lifting his head to stare about him curiosity. with incredulous '"Who's that barking at me?" The pajama'd person continuing to lehout at the top of his voice, by dint iof earnest staring the Irishman event ually located the source of the uproar. "Now who the dlvvle might ye be?" he wondered. "Ananias, me friend" to the boatman "row to the steamer yonder where the noise comes from." Whereupon the stout man, seeing the boat alter Its course, put aside the megaphone. And again peace brooded over Aden. On nearer approach to the tramp, O'Rourke's smile broadened to a pleased grin, and airily he waved a band to the man with the voice. "Jimmy Quick!" he observed with unfeigned delight. "Faith, I begin to believe that me luck holds, after all!" From the bottom step of the tramp's ladder be tossed a coin to the boat man, then mounted to the deck. In continently the stout man fell heavily upon his neck with symptoms of extreme Joy. A lull succeeding his first transports, he wiped his eyes, beamed upon his guest and suggested Insinuatingly: "Drink?" "Brevity's ever the soul of your wit, captain," said O'Rourke. "I will." And be meekly followed Quick's bare heels forward to the officer's quarters beneath the bridge. Having set him in a chair, Quick, wandered off, unearth- till d a bottle, beamed upon his visitor. asked a doten questions in as many Ibreaths and, without waiting for aa answer, waddled off again to return r iwlth a brace of dripping bottles. "Schweppe's," he said, pat king their rotund forms tenderly; "and the last la our lockers all In trour honor, colonel" "go?" commented O'Rourke. "Hard up, is it? TIs not the OHourka who jwouM he wishing ye 111, captain, dear, tout, faith, Bestirs not sorry to hear Ithat word this day. Tm thinking suck Is sound, after alL" ' Qulek had again vanished. Present. ly OHenrke heard his mighty volee ventlla-jte-r. jheesnkg dewa aa engtee-reos- s "Dravoa! Draves, fwleaitrl CetTM Bf and see. a sirange snghtl" soda-wate- a pair of rusty "Good morning," murmured the Irsb-ma- passionate air and drank hastily after nod to tho guest, as one who sacrifices his personal Inclinations to tho laws ot hospitality. But from his after-gloof benevolence, O'Rourko concluded that the drink bad not been unwelcome. "What brings you here?" demanded Quick in a subdued roar. "I've a Job for ye, if so Tie It ye're not otherwise engaged and it ye can do it." Quick slapped a hugo thigh delight, cdly. "I knew it could have sworn to It!" "Can do anything," asserted Dravos with asperity. " 'TIs merely a question of speed," explained the Irishman. "Can ye make Bombay in four days be the fifteenth?" "Dravos," roared Quick, "how much speed can you get out of those damned engines?" "Twenty knots," snapped Dravos. "When can you sail?" " said Dravos. "If," stipulated Quick, "I can pick up a crew In Aden." " 'TIs settled then." "Well need a bit of money In advance." "Ye shall have It, within reason." Dravos rose and sidled towards the door, a faraway look in his pale eyes. "You strike the bargain, Quick," he said; "I'll have a look around the a short "To-night,- engine-room.- " The majority of the people learn noth-ln- g new. Sons vote as their fathers did (To be continued.) daughters worship as their mothers did. Head the special offer concerning the Nearly all believe and do as they were on taught to believe and do, whether it bo new book, "The Vulture's Claw," right or wrong. No one, It seems, thinks 39tf. another page of this Issue. or rcasonB. It is reckless, thoughtless, and wicked to procrastinate in social, political and economic matters which demand Immc-d'ut- o "Rlght-O- , Bobby. . . . Yourself alone, I s'pose, O'Rourke?" "And three others. Danny'' "Yes, yes." "And two ladles; an Englishwoman and her maid." Tho faithful, truo and patriotic citizen, tho higher critics, of thought and literature, and cultiuetl nnd devout chuichnie tho rank and life of tho sturdy nnd Into! Igeijt productive laborers, nnd scientist, sodftloglKt, thinkers, and oiators, t. wo'l ns all close obcriern and nblo inquiring of human events, nro about our destiny, ns it nation. 31en who nro well versed In selencp, Ulftory, political economy, nnd evolution, and wjio arc In tdoso contact with all tho phases of human life, nro asking the UiicsUong: "Whither nro wo Drifting?" In view of the great aggregations of uiUh In n few linml, of new religious cults, of new political" parties, of private cor and public Immorality, of brlboiy, ruption, nnd mlsfosaneo In office, nnd In legislation ntul government, of polltl. coil folly and economic fallacies, of wide spiead poverty, misery and Illiteracy and of tho "wining Imllffercuco of the million who In their Igtiorjinco nnd Htuplillty,nud nru mental stupor and moral letherg, letting ninth rs drift, whether they re late ,to politic, religion, or clvlo nffalrs, It Is Indeed tlmo fof- - us Inquire, to 'Whither nru wo IJilftltig?" Are we going tho wny of nil lost and pupa Is about half nn Inch long, ruliinl nations, which were built on rail's Tho Injustice, nml bulwarked by government- varying according to age from yellow to a brown olor, Tho time spent in the al tyranny and oppression? 'nvery of the pupa stage varies according to tho wcath limes, l'roni or, but the average Is about twenty-cig- h workers mid casto distinctions havo days. whether under the chattel form of slavery, the feudal form of lnvor$- - or The ndtilt moth w lilch emerges from appearIs of biownlsh-grn- y tho wingo form of slavery. JJoebvl Injus- the lower tice and udiih,trlal slavery tymnet etidur ance, the mulo having on tlio surface of the front wing an elogatcd Itlots, strikes, lookouts, wars, tevolu-tlonand great uclal unrest, ll6re and blachlsh npot. It lives from one to fiftheie, certainly havo t (slgnlflcanoi and teen days. Frequently two broods will bo hatched In a yeur, although In fom suroly foibudo something. All compromising with fraud, political of tho Northern States only ono generacoi ruction, unci olvlc unrighteousness, Is tion and a partial second generation of are known, both foolish ajid futile, for a day ridreckoning Is coming. There are two chief methods of Theodora ltoosevolt bus sounded tlu ding the orchard of npplo worms. Ono i to place a band of burlap or omie simtocsin of war on public pollclos which to the benefit of the few, to the ilar material around the trees to attract loss nnd dotrlment of .the many. UN the lava when It selects a placo to pup'.atDjrm Is for tlio masses, and not for pate, ami then destroying tlio cocoons. J Tho other Is by frequent spraying with the classes. He Is for Twentieth Century Political J arsenical preparations. l'rogus. Advanced and Ihillghtencd Re- Of the urscnlcal preparations parls publicanism, and Popular Government. green Is one of those chiefly used. It In the midst ot Lboto political reaction- sliuHl bo ustdo In tho proportion of ono policies of pound to 'ISO gallons of water. Arsenate aries and tho times, one stands confused by tho of lend Is also much used and sccnis llubcl of Voices chattering for lialf wny veiy desirable for svcral reasons. It measures and palliatives for Plutocracy, Is used nt the rate of four to six pound Poverty, POunderbond, Pcrvcrscncss, and to 100 gallons of water. Arsenate of Prostitution. lime Is used at the rate of ono and a Why not Inquire the causes (Individual half pints to fifty gallons ot water. A Ism and 'Capitalism) of those Uiiugssuch little milk of lime should bo? added. Arhand senate of lime lias the advantage of ;ls e.xcesslvo riches on the one poverty on the otlierhand. being the cheapest preparation. and and ubollsh the acuscs by the InstituThe resuit or spraying depend largetion of social Justice and economic free- ly upon the kind of spraying apparatus dom, and thus put an end to all evil so- used. Three kinds of outfits cial, political and economic conditions. tank tho barrel sprayer, tho Alas! In tlio midst of vice corruption, and tlio gasoline sprayer. The pump riches, woe, want, moral degeneracy, po- - should be fitted with 20 or 30 feet of hos llticaJ decadence, and social unrest, we bamboo extension rods and double observe but few persons who are alive to for The hand sprayers will do the demands of the age. small orchards and tho gasoline sprayers Political absurdities and economic fall where the orchard Js very large. A barncles deceive the ignorant und trap the rel sprayer will be found sufficient for unwary. orchard. the moderate-size- d threc-qunrtrus-talthfin-elvepre-Willn s, io exti-cino are-usehand-pownoz-zel- s. year are enten tip l,y wornm, or If Bold, arc uro to brlns n lovwirlcc or hurt the riputatlon of tho grower, Tho npplo ivorm bcRlns its life an a smnll csb placed 'ecimJy on tho slide upper surface of tho leaf of nn npplo Tlio ckrs nro ovnl In shnponnd tree. nro tliilitly itlticd to" tlio leaf, appear Ine lllio a whllo spot. Tho period of Incubation varies between nine ntul elgh teen day. Thfii tho cbr hccotneH a worm. Wlitn mature, the worm measures about of nn Inch, mid Is of whltleli or yellowish color with a black head. The young worm nt nnjo begin their (.enrch for fruit upon which n to fed. It Is thought Hint they s temporarily upon tho leaves. Since soma of them nro deported ns far as ten feet fioin the apples, many lull to rcucli tho goal and dlo by tho vnslde. Tho flret brood of worms each year enters tho npplo nt tho calyx nnd eight times out of ten. I.ar-atho of second blood nro more npt to enter tho fruit at fiiiiio other plnce. This Is Important to remember, for It renders tho first breed moro easy to destroy by spraying tlio apples whore tho worms make their first meal and poisoning them before they aro able to enter tho fruit. Tho worm makes Itself nt homo In tho fiult and cats of tho apple for a period of .from ten to thirty days. It then emerges and pecks n sheltered placo on tho treo to pupate. The lar- vno umia'ly desert tho apples before tliit diop. Rheumatic Pains quickly relieved Sloan's Liniment is good for pain of sort It penetrates, without rubbing, through the muscular tissue right to the gives permanent as.well as temporary relief. any I had rheumatism for five years. I tried doctors and several different remedies but thev did not help me. I obtained a bottle of Sloan's Liniment which did mo so much good that I would not do without It for anything." Thomas L, Rice of Easton, Ta have used Sloan's Liniwrites: for rheument and rind it matic pains." Mr.G.G. Jonf.s of Baldwins, L.I., writes: "I have found S'oan's Lln- Imcnt par excellence. I have used It for broken sinews above the knee cap caused by a fall, and to my great satisfaction I was able to resume my duties in less than three weeks after the accident," ' A. W. Lay of Lafayette, Ala., writes: .Here's Proof. "I first-cla- ss SLOANS LINIMENT is an excellent remedy for sprains, bruises, sore throat, asthma. No rubbing necessary you can apply witi a brush. BQom A $tAW At mM damlers. Prtom, Sloan's Book on Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Poultry sent free. Address 28o., Dr. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. there Is no prosecution because of that fact Tho eastern Pickpockets aro not always what they pickpocket usually takes everything iio seem, or, to state It moro nccurately.tho can lay his Iiands on and prosecution U man who seems least llko a pickpocket stern." Kxchnnge. frequently has the cleverest fingers. There Is a tradition that fheso dexterNow Is tlio time to get rid of your, ous criminals are slim, polished and af- rheumatism. You can do it by applying fable. As a matter of fact, the majority Chamberlain's Liniment and massagini are stout, sometimes shabby and often the parts freely at each application. For unshaven. m salo by all dealers. recently These facts woro dlsolosed during a "review" examination of susn pects and police characters THE at the Chicago detective bureau' 8EWINQ "A man who recently lost his wallet MACHINE tried to convince me that a stout fellow OF standing next to him on tlio front platQUALITY.) form ot a street car was too clumsy evI er to get his money," said ono of tho dedetectives. "After getting a good NOT scription of the man I smilingly informed SOLD fellow UNDER the victim that the "Innocent' ANY was ono of the best 'dips' In the midOTHER dle AVest. Then I showed him a rogues' NAME. gallery picture of the' man. Two pickpockets I have in mind In particular WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. the reputation of being the best If you purchase the NK W" HOME you will , In the West working and smoothest pair have a life asset at the price yon pay, and will until' caught one day. After long, te- cot have an endless chain of repairs. 'handdious days of watching one of the we some pair' slipped in action and ' Quality ' Both nearly caught them redhonded. these men were stout and slouchy, not at all like Uie dime novel kind. "After these men had been convicted on Cheapest of them told me In confidence later that the cod his best and biggest Jobs were usually done when he was dressed as a laborer to buy. and carrying a dinner pall. He proudly you 'wont a sewing machine, write tor the oatIf told me one day that he took, in latest catalogue before you purchase. disguise of a worklngman, a citizen's The New Home Sewing Maclws Co., Orange, Mass.' Btud under the very eyes of two detec tives, wjio were standing near him. "The detectives didn't know him and a few minutes before the victim disl Keep covered his loss the 'dip' or 'gun,' as Style by HtUmt McCtB's policemen now cajl that class of crimiUwf McCall Pattern MafuiH nals because of their failure to carry a revolver, slipped quietly from thehelp you dress stylMKAILS MAGAZINE car. ishly st a moderate expense by koepluar' on"I think one Incident that occurred you posted on, tbe ly a few days ago upsets all theories latest fashions la clolbes snd bats, to that pickpockets, as a rule, are slim New Kstulon Dcsicns lu cacti issue. Abo and po'.ished A Chicago physician, was Milunbla Information ou all home and per 'touched' by a pickpocket for $500 while umy sonal mailers, riding on a south side street car. Tho toe a year. Including a free pattcui. ub- detected. tlilef erred slightly and was tenbo today or send, struggled, but was overpowered aft He for freo tauiplo copy, i HcCiil Paittnu will cnnbloynu tomnko In your Detectives led tho a desperate fight. own home. Willi loifrown hands clolhlmrfor pickpocket into the station nnd after yourself and cliilurn which will to uutlecc In stylo and fit. tilctior inoBia talking with him I learned he could cenis. Send for free astwu Catalogue KnglUli and had been In scarcely speak Wt WM Cm Tra Fiw Pnuil for Retting sab' scrlptioni among jaiur Irlond. Kuid mrfr tills country only a year and a half. Premium t'ataloeuo and Cash I'rfio OfTvr. THE UtCAU COMrAKY. 239 to 249 Wat 37th St, NEW IMC He was a powerful, stalwart fellow of six feet and dressed coarsely, wearing a rough blue shirt. Ye,t after a thord ough Investigation tliat fellow wfis WE WANT TO SEND by three other citizens as ,the man who had picked their pockets. Before leaving the subject I want to HV V say that I think the Chicago pickpockABSOLUTELY hardc.t et Is the cleverest and the tlilef In the world to convict. Ho will seldom, If ever, take a watch or a keepOar Traat nt tor diasake, but he gets the money and WEAK correctly, monds. He figures, perliaps, LUNGS that the ctllzen will not .kick so hard It a keepsake Is not taken, and often, How Pickpockets Act. In case of capture, well-know- NEW HOME Jjg .j frajLjl ImMSM IsiWl attention. Ik A 4KZ. Take One Paia Pill, tt Easy. For Neuralgia, aething la better than Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n thousand fer a generation Used fcjr Pills t Those who have suffered from neuralgic pains need not be told how necessary it is to secure relief. The easiest way outt of neuralgia is to use Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills. They have relieved sufferers for so many years that they have become a household necessity, "I have taken Dr. Miles' Antl-Fal- n Pills for Ave years and they are the only thing- - that does me any good. They have relieved neuralgia In my head In fifteen minutes. I have alio taken them for rheumatism, head ache, pains In the breaat, toothache, earache and pains .In the bowels and limbs. I have found nothing to qua! them and they are all, that U claimed for them." J. W. SWXJB, Blue,, Springs, Mo. at eente. At H druggist-s- N Never sM In hulk. MILKS MEDICAL CO., Blkhart, In. "Tlio restless millions wait Kor the light whoso dawning Maketli all things new.'1 is A now social order Is in sight. It one of liberty, Justice, fraternity, equality, Jovo and brotherhood. Men laboring for tjio New Society (that Is to be) may not, perhaps, sliJnu us social sXare, or bo considered by their as either patriots or prophet nmy, oven bo maligned und misunderstood but, however, when tliey aro measured with In Jater times, and In uceordancw tho high standards of Just principles and ratlonul thought, tliey will go down In history as the true benefactors ot man kind. Heason and equity will finally obliterate tho lost vestige of social wrong and gov- ernmental tyranny. Truth Is eternal, and the ga'.den Jewels of right and equity sliull adorn the Crown of TruUt worn by the coming maa The Man in tho Unlvenun Urotherhood of The Man In the Universal Urotliorhood o Man! WILLIAM HENItY CUNDIKK. The first spraying should be done as soon as the blossoms have fallen ' and the calyx should be very carefully poismost oned at tills time. Tills is the Important spraying- of all and shoutd thorough be performed In the most manner. About three weeks later the next spraying should bo done. Two Bprnyings are enough 'in some localities, but the department of Agriculture advises additional spraying la all the states whore u second brood ot Including worms is likely to appear, Kentucky, Missouri, Kansas, Virginia, Colorudo, und practically all tho West-er- a States. The third application should the bo made nlno or ten weeks from the fourth falling of tho petnls and should bo two or three weeks later. A af fifth spraying, two or three weeks ter the fourth. Is somotimes advised. cellars and To prevent infestation, stored, other places where apples ano should bo carefully screened, so as to prevent the- - moth from reaching the orchard. Globe Democrat. There never was a time wlien people appreciated the real merits of Qluunber-lalo'- a now. Cough ltemedy more than Tills Is shown by the tncreube fix W-and voluntary testimonials from liersons who have been cured by it. If you or your children are troubled wJUi a cough or cold give it a trial and become acquainted with Its good qualities. Fox sdlo by 'ill m dealers. - IdJCjl - ssk ui STeMyai ld;n-tlfle- YOU FREE I EftP' CaaaanptioB la any f orar Eggs for Sale. Improved B. P. Rock, 11.00 per setting. MRS. JOHN W. SANDBItPUR, n. P. D. No. 3, Hartford, Ky. "Tine Vulture's Claw'' has an intereatln plot, familiar characters and a great moral. You will like it. It may be with the Hartford Republican one year for only 1.. Regular prloe of the book U H-tf. m Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S CA3TORI A 1U Affto Wmti. The codling moth, known familiarly m tha apple worm, la on of the most Several destructive ot orchard pests. million ot dollars' worth ot apples each your p tion Subscrip and AT To-da- y save us coming after it This means you if you are in it you are subject to Cougtn, Colds, Fains In the chest and under the shoulder blades, If you have night sweats,, hemoraees or consumption on any form, feel weak and run down, write ua and we will send you a FUU. SIZED HOT. TI.E of Germinal Emulsion, aa a FREES TRIAL and you can see for your self what the medicine will do for you. If you will send ua X cents, we will prepay the express chargtn, the package is too large to go by mall. Address, OHIO MEDICAL CO., COLUMBUB, O. Lock Bex, 96, Llt.MIM.kMk. Tlsiii.wMftBA I t . J- -. . - iil,n. . hut...; Ik. iAi. aVA, it.-j U j- . utJWdMI l ' - I Hartford Republican. Eatortd according to Btrtford, Kj liM. Inw nt the I'ostottlrr at tnall mnttrr ol .the second C. M. BARNETT, RAMEY J. NEY FOSTER EDITORS E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. I ' A4drM all communlc&tioca Hertford Republican. to NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Bulwcrlbers dclrlng tlie piipcrnt to n ne give the old nddrrn In ranking tie address request. Unsolicited nmnticcrlpte will not he returned unit." accompanied by potaee. Anonymous communications will receive no nut 1 t I. S. Theodore May Dalas, Roosevelt will go to the Texas State ' nttmtlon. May 2S Republican Convention with Taft In a good lead over President TSLSFS01TX8. Instructed delegates, but without sur. .... ...40. O Mjatt"brl. !...... control, according to the returns from S3. county conof Tuesday's ventions. l'RIDAY, MAY 10. Roosevelt's instructed delegates tit The noon numbered 7" nnd Taft's 43. gravitate Genuine heroism seems to balance of power apparently lies with naturally toward the position of wireless the unlnstructed delegates. operator. Though nominally tho 'Republican convention has 252 votes, making U'T Sunday. The lid was on In Hartford the failure of to control, sufficient There was not a single Sunday school or nunieious Texus counties to hold Reday, and church service In the town all Is publican expected to conventions not a hell was runs. ncvessary to conreduce the number trol, and' this puts tho Roosevelt vol,, In speaking of Col. John Jacob Astor of 77 In an Important position. and the Titanic disaster ono of our Irish OPPOSITION CONVENTIONS. friends spoke of the Colonel the other county seat A few of the day as "John Jacob DKifter." reported the holding of opNewspaper men will ever cherish the position Republican nft- -i convention thought that those precepts of fidelity the supposedly "final Instructions'' b and honor, which Archie .Butt so nobly what was bollevcd .to h" the only confollowed In the army he first learned Convention had been announced. as a reporter. tests appearing hi this manner nt tht eleventh hour hae not materially afBy pitching the first ball at the opun-In- g fected the returns yit, but they of the baseball season In Owensboro opportunity to sharp political once the other Sunday Major fighting at the State contention. more gets his name In tho Owensboro holdOf the unlnstructed delegates newspapeis, and this time not in connecing tho upp irent balance of pmvi r tion with the public library affair. sK veites art-- reporttsl to be assign. I sympathizers to Roosevelt and foir Whenever there Is nothing else to do ptople to Taft men, with no reports In fa "That principle Is, "Let the begin an Investigation In New York they tioual complexion , of the unlnstruuud of Harry Thaw's Insanity, and now they tule." "In a total vote about HV Mr. Taft delegate. Investigation of how have commenced an LOW more than Col. Governor Woodiow Wilson won an lu- Thaw's attorney spent tho money, which received less than Roosevelt. Rut small as It .was, It reg- eontroveitlble majoilty of the Deniocni was supposed to defend Thaw. istered the direct vote of the peopie.and Is oters In county conventions. At no .n asks that it be followed this majority was IJ over all competitor Last Saturday precinct meetings were Col. precincts in this in spite of any technical claims. with but 2) of tho State's 219 count! held In the thhty-thre- e "The position thus taken Is a lefiesh-In- g yet to hear fiom, nnd no possibility tint county to select precinct chairman for and a significant contrast to the the lomalnlng returns could affect t' Committee. the Republican Eecutlo Saturday the chairmen-elec- t will meet sordid violence of machine politics which result. The convention sends w ilCilegit'S Indiana, to Ilaltlmoiv. at the court house for the purpose of or gave Mr. Taft delegates in where no one doubts a direct pieference The-- o sranlzlng the new committee. leturns showed a contest In onl primary would have swept the state as one county, Laaea, which has sU it did In Illinois for his rival, and votes. ADMIRATION FOR TEDDY. whluh gave New York ifnd Kentucky to The Harmon and Clark leaders In Tex The oluntnry and lmmodlato action of Notice. Taft." as had made no statements either pn Col. Roosevelt In giving up to Mr. Taft This Is to certify that a majority of The Pittsburg Leader contributes the the returns or on their future plans. delegatcs-at-ilargfrom Massathe eight following comment on Col. Roosevelt's Among politicians generally there seems tho stockholdcis of Hartford 31111 Comchusetts Instructed for himself, because action under the caption "The s.Square to bo llttlo anticipation that the State pany, havo conscntod that tho existence of Mr. Taft's majority n the preference bo Deal:" convention on May 23 will overthrow of said company as a corporation, vote, has ccltcd the admiration and ( "The attitude of TheoJore Roosevelt In the WHmjh men. The temporary organ- terminated, and the affairs of said Com al of new spapers and Individuals th ization of the State convention Is In pany are being closed up. country over, regaidle of political af- tho case of the eight Rooseve-l- t Given under our'Jiands this 3th day of charge of Governor Hatmon's back. rs. elected at the Massachusetts filiations. Taking as It was, of Jils own April, 1012. 42tl gave Corrected returns up to noon with primary, Tuesday, Is only what might volition and without consultation J. C. DURRETT, Roosevelt 77 State convention votes; , have been expected of him. li)s political ndl,-orsthe action of Col. W. E. ELLIS, President. "It Is unusual for a man engaged In a Taft 43; unlnstructed SS; conte-,teItooscvelt has with few exceptions reJ. C. RILEV, Sec'y. and Trcas. No contentions held consequently great political battle to surrender and g ceived the commendation of newspapers In with to the enemy, een under the not eligible for State convention, 1" Still thanbusiness Some more House of every political complexion, and among ever. material cheaper votes. them several of the strongest Admlnlstra demand of a plain principle, but that Necessary convention, than eer before. to control U what t has done. tlon organs In the country. HARTFORD MILL CO. cast. "In urging the eight delegates to vote 127, provlde-- full quota of votes The New York Times, than which theie face of the leturns to date for Taft becaute the state's preferential On the Is no stronger supporter of Mr. Taft, NO CREEK US will control. Votes yet to be accomments editorially on the Colonel's ac- vote showed a plurality for the President May S. At the regular montliiy service Is exactly what everyone who knows counted for 72. tion as follows: at Wesley Chapel Sundny Ruth and Vic-to- r WIL.SON'ri BIG LEAD. surrendering to President Tnft tho the real Rooseelt expected he would "In Gale, the twin chlldicn of Mr. and Returns received to noon to far give eight delegates at largo from Masachut do. Mrs. James Tanner were baptized by Rev. 42 majority for the to "HE BELIEVES IN AND ACTS THE Woodiow Wilson Betts who were elected as pledged Eli Wesley. State Democratic convention and slight vote for himself, Mr. Roosevelt has done SQUARE DEAL FOR AN ENEMY, JUS Sunday chool at Mt. Herman has b3en a manly and honorable thing. It Is an TUU SAME AS FOR A FRIEND. THE ly cut the earlier, figures for Harmon. organized with Miss Ldla Ward as At noon the xotes Mood: WINon .134 act that will have an Instant response SQUARE DEAL IS THE SQUARE votes In Stnto convention; Harmon 1J3: . ROOSEVELT IS SQUARE." of jralse and approval for him the ooun DEAL Misses Fylldla Foster, Cora- - and Eva Clark 43,. unlnstiucted, 24; contend, 0; try over. Thomaseon and Mr. Dudley Westerfleld, S votes. for Investigating for Electric Rail- No convention, "The voters declaicd a preference who havo been attending JIaitford Col Total otes unaccounted for, 47. Mr. Taft, and that, under tho law, Is lege, have returned to their homes. Total convention votes, 3. way. of the exact equUalent of resolutions MlfH Irene Ward was the successful instruction In a State convention. It The Muhlenbcig Argus of Central City, cnndldato In 1'alr & Company's piano Mules for Sale. tJiould he binding upon tho delegates at sajs: contest. Two good work mules for sale at my Capitalists have been In large. This Mr. IlooscvcCt frankly and Central Miss Myrtle Wl'.ford Is visiting her City tills week looking over this sec- farm three miles south of Beaver Dam, mother, Mis. C. T. Balrd, near Beaver with most commendable candor acknowledges, and ho will urge and continue to tion as a field for electiio uillunys. It Kentucky. Dam, this week. Is underfctood that they, were fin orably 3ltf E. W. BAKER. urgo the tight delegates at ilarge to Miss Claia Ellis has returned from Impressed and may bo licnul fiom in tho Mr. Taft at Chicago." Carrier MIIls.lll. Agricultural Extention. From the Hartford Couraitf, a hitter near future. School at this place Is progressing ntco newspaper, comes tho LEOUME CROPS AND THE NITRO- ly with MIsi Mabel Park as teacher. EAST VIEW. cdltoilal pningraph: Mrs. Ben Ross and llttlo baby, of GEN SUPPLY. "Theodoio Rooseclt has icdenscd tho May S. Farmers nre very busy prepar visited her parents, Mr. and Mis Thcrocanbo no doubt that the gieatesst eight dolcgates-at-larg- e from their pled- ing giouud for corn nnd tobacco during deficiency of Kentucky holts Is nltiogen. Lewis Easterday, a few days this week. ges to oto for him and lequoted them this putty weathtr. A deficiency of ono element of plant Mr. R. B. Martin, Hartford, attended to vote nt Chicago for AYIUIam II. Taft Brother Sam Holhrook was ordained food limits ciop pioduction, although all church hue Sunday. bb being the choice of the preference as Deacon ut Mt Carmel chuich Sunday the other elements might bo pievnt In Mr. Ernest Bennett has purchased n primary. It Is a very spoitsmanllke ac- Theie was a large ciowd present. abundance. Hence tho guatest single house and lot of Mr. Natlianlel Ward. tion." Bro. Williams, of Owem-boio- , was with fuctor In restoring our soils to feiililty The Detroit .News places tho relinquish us and delivered mi able sermon on Iho Is Incrcufelng tho. nitrogen supply. Card of Thanks. No one Roose-l- t duties that inent of his delegates by Col. Tho Rev. and Mis. W. S. WheeJer de aio Involved on deacons and nqt even the fertilizer inunufv. tuier, as an event of rquil Impot tutu's wives. now contends that nitrogen inn be proba sire to express their thanks to thoKoid with his success In tho Hay State. Tho neighbors and people of Htirftord, and Mr. Hymaii Dawson and llttlo daughter bly bought In commcittnt feitillzers In News comments In this wLsc: Flossie, visited Mr. Chaillo Martin und quantities requited by ciops. Thtio Is on also tho people of West ProvJdenco lie!'h "This oluntmy relinquishment of sup. family, of Glentllle, from Saturday un- ly ono feouica fiom assistance which nltiogen may boihood. for their abundant port Is easily tho big event of tho con- til Sunday. bo economically obtained In sufficient during tho affliction and death of our llttest. It Is a concrete demonstration of Llttlo Elsla Bolls whoso l".ncss wo quantities, und that Is from the air by tlo son. May God abundantly rewaid you "the square deal" which Picsldent Tuft nudo mention of last week Is rocoveilng tho growing of the legumes crops (do-i- Is our slnceio wish. lias so recently charged RooscvtJt with Sunday tthool Is progressing REV. and MRS. W. S. WHEELER. niecly cow peaB, etc.) Enough legumes repudiating. It makes 111010 evident than with Increased attendance. Subject of mui-- t bo grown In tho lotutlon to Mipply It would Buipilsti ou to know of tho . over before, the ratt that Mr. Roos. lesson Sunday Is The Ijiw of Love. nitrogen In tho soil for all tho crops great good that Is being done by Cliamb volt Is fighting fur principles more thun Slotto Text: Thou Shalt Love Thy Neigh that cannot oiituln It from tho air, (such Iain's Tablets, Darius Downey, of Nov-bur- g )Us for office, it Is a stinging robuke hot- - as Thy Self. Rom, 13.9. as coin, wheat, etc.), and to replace that Junction, N. B., writes, "My wlfo to tho methods of tho Taft managers Mr. AuhJe Taylor, of LouUUlIe, Is whlclf Is constantly being lost In the has been using Chumberluln's Tablets who have grabrd off votes wherever Uitlng Ids father at Buford this week. drainage waters. Tho nitrogen supply and finds them very effectual and dohu and by any methods ut hand, Rev, Kit Phelps and family, of Central cannot be Itej up by merely giowlnc her lots of good." If you havo any trou-- j to tho contesting and unseating of rcgu. .'.iiy, wcro tho guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Pe legumes In the rotation and harvt.tlng ble with your stomach or bowels glvo them laily elected stale ltoos clt delegates. j iy Kirk Sunday. them and not returning the munuio ( in In a trial. For euIo by all dealers. Jemri. 3lvr.... It Is Thcodoro Roosevelt's mot powerful exemplification of his sincere and disinterested beJIcf In his doctrine that the s people hould rule.'' The New York livening Tost, one of the strongest T.ift organs In the country and ono of the bitterest opponents front of Col. Rooevelt comes to the of w':!i a handsome acknowledgement his honeMy of purpose In relinquishing 1h his Masachusetts delegatcs-at-largEvening Tost says: Sir. "It would be unfair to question as Rooevelt's motives In announcing, that he ho did so promptly yesterday delegatcs-at-larg- e did not want the eight of Massachusetts. Elected by a ballot mistake, and In opposition to the clearly e.pressed preference of tho majority, ho declares that they ought to vote In tho Convention for Mr. Taft.and that ho will strong'y urge them to do so. This Is one of those square and man ly nctlons In political life which everybody must admire, and which should not bo meanly criticised. It Is in lino with the early tradition nbout the character of the Ideal Roosevelt, which he has unfortunately done so much since to shat. tcr. Tor our part, we give his eouise In this business ungrudelng praise, and shall not Join with those who are Intimating that it was all a trick, designed In the first place to effect public opinion and then to make sure of S) or SO delegates In Oregon and Illinois In return for the eight handed to Taft In Massachusetts. Wo prefer to regard It as simply one of thoo Instant and Instinctive decisions by Rooseelt, at once expressing his sense of the right thing to do nnd hitting the sentiment of the people between wind and water, for which he lias Ulways been noted. Tih.it It w as adroit politics does not alter the fact that It was handsome and .honorable." Against Under the caption, "People Rosses," the Chicago Tribune speaks of Col. Roosevelt's action thusly: "Col. Roosevelt's prompt renunciation of tho eight delegates-at-laig- e from Mass achui-cttIs a consistent application of the pilnciple which he and his supporters are fighting for throughout tho country. s SUBSTANTIAL WANTAGE Made by Teddy Over Taft in Texas. Victory of Woodrow Wilson Em. phasized by the Latest turns Received. , Tex-.- Re- two-thir- cone-sponden- ts fin-nls- h Roo-eve- lt -- Two thirds of the nitrogen of tho manure Is excreted In tho urine. This Is generally lot. An rnn- nurc Is usually handled by throwing It out In piles, two thirds of the nitrogen if tho solid manure Is ensl'y lot by uentlng and teaching In from four to U months. (J d nr.rlly not more than one olid to one b xth of the nitrogen In consumed Is returned to tho soil in lh manure. In order to keep up the nltroogcn supply tlKio must bo an nbundan.co of legumes In tho rotation, and n'l manure pioduccd must be carefully raved nn.l returned to tho soil. The most practi cal way to handle tho manure Is to uo sufficient bedding to absorb the tirlu and then spread the manure as fast is ' made. It Is generally spread on tho sod to be turned for corn, but It may bo spread on meadows n year before breaking for corn. When It (s Impossible to removo the manure It Is safest to allow It to accumulate In the stalls. In eoso It must bo piled outside tho stalls. It should bo tjosely compacted to exclude tho ulr, and protected from rains, elthe" by capping with straw or by a shelter. It may be necassary now and then to turn under a legume crop In order to keep up tho nitrogen supply. Tho fil'jw Ing rotntlon Is used on the Experiment Station Farm. Flr? year, com with eowpcas sown at last cultivation. When the com Is removed the petis nre disked In and the ground sown to rje for a cocr crop. Second jear, tho cover crop Is turned under, followed by cowpoas or soy beans. When .these me removed tho ground Is disked and sown to wheat fkr tho third year crop. Clover Is sown hi wheat for the fourth jear ciorji. If the cloer fuiJ.s, as It often do s, the ground sfc Is broken as soon nstho wheat Is lenuno.l eel, and thoroughly prepared for clovr, which Is soaded about August IMth.alonc with a little timothy. This gles a go.nl M vi up oi nay mo jiuxi jear ana iioius i blinking up the regular lotallnn. We bollovo that It pays to seed .the cIomt after ,thu wheat Is romoved, although It takes a little extra labor, as tho stand is much surer than when seeding wl'h the wheat In the spring. The manure pro duced Is put on the clover od. On many sol's legume clops cannot Ik successfully grown until lime or limestone luis been supp'l d to correct sour- ness. Also many Kentucky soils are to ! deficient In phosphoilo acid to produce largo crops of legumes. This st.T.ement applies to nearly n'l our soils outs! le the Uluo Gruss region. Any one Interested In tho question of soli fertility may obtain literature upon the subject by uddres-lnGEO. ROI1KRTS, AgronomKt, Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, "Lexington, Ky. I l I g, good condition. 4?1 4? ,,l,, Dress Goods . t lp $? X of every description for Waists and Dresses never jfc was more complete. i prcrpe; in a trrpaT lwvr. m iiiiiiin wnni wwbw v. 0 b Our stock of Piece Goods . 4 if? Suits. tion. and grades Fancy Mixtures for Skirts and Full Crashes and Linens of every descrip White Goods and Printed Wash Goods & in all the new fabrics and designs. You Don't Need To Worry About what to buy and how to make it up, if you come here. We know how it's done $? and we'll give you all the necessary infor- mation. We will not only give you the pi best goods for your money, but will give you a service that will relieve you of quite a lot of worry. 4? Make this store your store and don't hesitate to command us and use us to your own personal advantage. E. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM. KY. rjn 4 fc,"iM4,i,i4M"i'i 'fc'k'k'k'fc'&'&'i? c Listen i ! delega-tes-at-lar- younger and feel if you wear our CLOTHR. 'M you will look younger anv-thln- Ma-teri- al Rooi-evtl- d A W- -. y5 f nro--z jy " sH sup-po- rt as old as he feels; he feels as old as he looks. To feel young and vigorous, to be able to do vigorous work, come today and buy a brand new suit of A man looks Bll m II I if s, Dressing -- "up" takes away the "down" -- cast feeling. Our clothing Is so "cast" that It fits and holds Its shape. This Is why we shall have your trade when you once buy a suit from us. Ve make money for ourselves by selling clothing at money -- saving prices to you. Little profits makes our business big. clothes. s, fr CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. po'-tdh- lo cm Hartford, Kentucky. aiiiiin in, -- t J. "HP N't. I I) --V-, mfc wn m&vm fei .. j. M K K3J I, t Mocy Mr. H. J. Tllford, of Hoiwr D.im,wa In Hnrtford yckttrdny afternoon. Business Mr. W. M. Fnlr returned Tymlay nlslit Tlicro will be regular preaching scrvl trip to tlio K.n from n short bulne ces at Jit. Herman next Sunday morn tern mnrkct. Intf at 11 o'clock by the pastor, Uev, T to V. .trilfli.r. Kiimlnw tfoli.mt n, Mrs. Otto U. Mnrtin linn Bono LeltchfliM to make her mother, Mr. Thofollowliitf mnrrlneo licence liavoll I.ula Coppngc, an extindert visit. beenlssuMl slnco our Inst lsuo: Harvey Mri. Nettle Sharp returned Moniluy to Titckrr to Nclllo HIkkk, UvcrmoreiCleve-lan- d her homo nt Nelson, Ky., after u oliort Sanderfc r to Nclllo Frlzzcll, Pren-livIMt hero with Mr. John tiienn and (luy s. HaziJrlKB to 1'enrl Chick, ' Ueaver Unm, i G.-s; Mr. Will Duncan, of Mcjicnry paid Tlio IlepuMlcan n pUnrnnt call ycBteriVvy af ternoon. Buy Mattings They are sanitary,cool and pleas ing. Most kinds 25c the yard. We have sold out of Window Scrims, but will receive more in a day or two. They are splendid to brighten up and make your house look inviting. Ten cents the yard. Window Shades-handma- de, any size, length or width. This service ought to be appreciated more. Buy your White Goods of us. Our Linens cannot be excelled. We are exclusive agents for Hartford Republican. S. Carson's, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Wll.son and son, Pascal, of route 1, O'nton, paid the ReWindow ADI.KK-I-Ktlio new German Hem--ed- y publican a pleasant cull Saturday. Mrs. stoinacli Wilson Is currying a small six lino adfor appendicitis, or uny New vertisement in this raper- - advertising her trouble, on solo at poultry, nnd she rays sho is more Hum OHIO COUNTV DUUG CO. 8-6-- 4 4 ploased with the results. From this adUev. VlrRll HlKln, of Jefforsbntown, vertisement alono she has received u toOil Cloth formeily pastor of the Hnrtford Jlethod- - tal of 23 orders. Ist Chinch, visited relatives mid friends) first? Jtnlco It. It. Wedding amt Messrs. R. In Hnrtford and Heaver iJjm the It. Riley and C. O. Hunter returned of this week. would bo useful to you and fact, last Friday from Frankfort where they You would be burprlsed to seo what appeared before the Stuto Board of Equa' home. Come direct to us and wo useful articles can bo bad In the 10c lzntion In belinlf of the Ohio county tax of S. I.. King's Ilatdwaro troubles. Do this, please, of will help you payers. In an effort to got a decrease in Store, Hartford, Step In and seo for remember the 1j per cent raise that was recently Mtf. yourself. made on this county. They succeeded In Corno Chicken and Hen Feed the most getting a 10 per cent, decrease. economical feed for your poultry. More On account of the disease that resem csgs. Less cost. Sold by. bles smallpox being In Hartford It was 13. ELLIS, Produce Merchant, W. thought advisable to close the school In Hartford, Ky. tl Hartford for tlio present school year, When you contemplate buying hardware this being determined by the Board fo farming Implements of any Kind, re Health after a citizens meeting Saturmember I can save you money. day night. It was decided better to S. L. KING, have no church seniles of any kind SDtf Hartford, Ky. last Stm'day nor any public gathering Uefore you buy Paint tills spring t until two weeks have passed. I "our below" wholesale prices on paint. Many who havo read "The Vulture's Wo are not going to handle paint after Claw" pronounce It to be one of the this season. greatest of the later books. It is filled OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. with genius and holds tlio reader's atWhen In need of anything usually kept tention from the first in Intense, thrill In an hardware store, remem- ing Interest with not a dull page. The Of can save you money on each and plot Is strikingly developed amidst the ber I raro beauty of the Kentucky hills. The every purchase. S. L. KING, Hartford Republican one full year and rwSBrfa-JlfoKy. 33tf Hartford, l l S3tf. "The Vulture's Claw" all for When 'you need a Disc Harrow, Cultivator, Corn Drill or Plow all kinds-Ra- nge Mr. J. W. Marks, who will be hero A Few More Customers Cook Stove or New Perfection this week for a visit with his parents Oil Stove call on S. 1. King, Hartford, will leave In a few days for Haytl, one the Home he 03tf. of the West India Islands, w.hcre and be supplied at a bargain. will have an Important position ns civQUALITY GROCERIES EGGS FOR SALE Single Comb Buff il engineer with a large construction Orpington Chickens, and Indian Runner Experience Unnecessary! company. For several years Mr. aiancs Oucks. Orpington eggs 75 cents per J5. has been engaged In this profession, and Duck eggs 75 cents per 13. he has steadily advanced and we aro URS. Cv A. WILSON, glad to Join his many friends in wl-iSex Young or Old! D. No. 1, Olaton, Ky. 3Stf R. F. Ing him the greatest success. Tlio many friends In this county will The children and bcveinl friends of bo gkid to learn that Mr. Jesso SehroetfT gave guilty In Federal court at Mr. J. A. King, of Ueaver Dam, was found not him a pleasant surprise dinner at his with Owensboro Tuesday, as cliarged day being Mr. being connected with tlio counterfeiting homo last Sunday, that King's CStli birthday. Mr. King bad gone Worchester Sauce business that was discovered here last Mince Meat Heinz to churoh tluit mornlng.and when he cam July. Raspberry Preserves Apple nnd home tlio guests had assembled Mr. Harold Holbrook has sa'd Ills five a fine birthday dinner had been tpread. Strawberry Preserves . Olives passenger Ford automobile to Cooper & The chl'dren present were: Mr. II. W. Tomato Catsup Co., the liverymen, and they are using King and family, of tills cJly: Mrs. Geo. It as a transfer between Hnrtford and Arbuckle and Mrs. E. D. O'Bannon, of Apple Cider Mandelay Sauce , Beaver Dam. Mr. Holbrook has a posi- Central City, and Master Itomle KIng.of Vinegar Dressing tion as clinuf feur for the car until coinp Ueaver Dam. tent men nro Instructed (o run It. Mr. William Hlrech, of Narrows, dlod your When you get ready to Install suddenly Wednesday night of last week description telephone, call on us for about S:30 o'cJock. Ho had been working and prlco of the famous Western Electric all day as iit.ua Jn ULs lmrncss shop, ani Telephone for farmers' lines It Is truly lato In tlio ufternoon fell from his bench tlie farmers' friend. J. W. O'Bannon but went to work again, only to fall and W. C. Sexton, Hartford and Beaver another time. He was carried ito his Dam, Ky. home, nnd the physician called, but Corno Horse and Mule Feed guaranteed to glvo any relief. Mr. Hlrsch was to bo absolutely pure. Free from rotten about 71 years old and served In the con. a grain, dirt, screenings or any worthloss federate army. He Is .survived by Attorney Otto C. Martin was In .corn, wife. Tho Interment was at tlio Gentry material. Cheaper .than oats or tills week on business. and good substitute for bay when fed grave yard Thursday. For many years Wlitle It lasta, "Ued llovk" 30o Coffee plentifully. Sold by the deceased worked at itho liarncss mak FIUDAY, MAY 10. 41tf. for 2Jo cosh at U. S. Carsons. W. E. ELLIS, Produce Merchant, ing trade at Fordsvllle and Dundco and Hartford, Ky. was well known over tho county. I'lenty of Seed I'otatoon at U. S. Car- 12U That's what we're after. Wo are aware of the fact that it is a very important month to all housekeepers spring cleaning, you know hence we have made special preparations to supply you with Tlio revival nt the First Christian chur ''Messrs. John T. iloorcw. S. Tlnsley, which was announced In tlicso columns JudKe J. S. Glenn, Dr. J. R. Pirtlc, T. Inst week, 1ms been .postponed until n II. lllnck and E. G. Uarrnra left yester day morning to spend about a later date. week fishing at Grassy. They took along with Messrs, I, S. Mason, 1'ordsvllle; John them James Hrooklns, colored, who will A, Johnson, route 7, mid J, C. bo chief cook for the party. Jackson, Ccntertown, were among our Mltn Irene Ward, daughter of Mr. and callers Monday. Mrs. D. IJ. Ward, of route 3, was tlio Mr. Z. Wayne Griffin and family exsuccessful candidate In Fair and Compect to move In n few days to Middles-borpany's contest, whclh closed last week. In Ky., wheio they will resldo Miss Ward received 1",1W votes, and her the future. closest llval was SILss Victoria Barnard, I'rof W, F. Anderson Rave an all day of this city, who received 118,310 votes. picnic for his pupils Inst Saturday. Tlio "The Vulture's Claw" is full of Chrisday was spent pleasantly at Alexander tianity, complications comedy, romanco prove. school house and tragedy and written by Rev. C. F. Miss Alice Taylor left Sunday to en- Wlmbcrly, who held the Methodist reter the Hrynnt it Strntton business vival In Hartford recently. It Is a wonwhere she will take an advanced derful book and we nro offering It and course In stenography. .' Tlio Republican foi" one year for ll.G'i. - Henry, Miss Failleof Madlsonvllle, nnd Send your orders before books aro exhaust atf Uev. Orlando Cundlff Crnljr, of Hell City, ed. I lc. , I o, col-los- e, I Mo., were the bucrLs of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Williams n few days last week. I Druggets Matting Shades Rugs Floor 44, and Lace Curtains Curtain Poles "UNWEAVE" the New WHITE GOODS. Looks like linen, washes better, wears to 30c per better. Price' 12 l-- 2c Extension Brackets Curtain Swisses everything that ornament your your out that It Pays to Trade with a and House that Saves You Money. In yard. SAYI Jkl&Gb, THE IPr WANTED! at of It will Pay You Many Times Over to . iifiiri.7iirn.tfwm ir-iti.'!- !.- - HOME Quality Groceries You are Cordially Invited to Attend A Practical Cooking and Baking Demonstration of the :W' W&Wi&Vi'ZZ' rtzsj"VJkI .!.."' r t." .'VI : New LADIES NEED NOT STATE AGE! Either Positions Permanent! Apply at Once! Try These They'll Please: Butter 'Red Perfection Blue Flame Oil Stove At my Store for three. day 8 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. Peanut Butter Pure Mustard Grocery Iler'sMEAT MARKET' AND KENTUCKY. 8 3 1 S.L. KING, Hartford, Ky. HARTFORD, un-ab- lo SStSSVSSSCG$GSVSSSSSS AUTOMOBILE Splendid TRANSFER XV'! From Hartford to Beaver Dam and Return Huttcr Bcana at V. . cents. - 41tf. In Frn Curtis was bhoppln "cnBboro, Tuesday. MU t Jlackefs Gape Curo kllU the worms ns well os the Cerms. For a!o by Ohio County Drus Co. & w "k inn,i 1y Mrs. U. 8. Carson and children, Joseph morning willlnm. left Wednesday . will Oweneboro, where the former ilor shopping. J upend a few dnys Quick sales and unall motto. Call and be convinced. SOU , pi of Its Is my ' S. L. KING, Hartford, Ky. Quite a number of Ohio county people were attending Federal court ftt Owensboro this week, among them being Messrs. John Ulutr, Joseph and Herbert Omyson Park, Col. T. J. Smith, Frank Hlaclt, Mr. M. A. Fought was In county Tuesduy In the Interest of the Joo Robertson, C, C. Dennis, S. F. Riley, Hartford SlUslo Co. J. Ney Foster T, D. Owen, Emory und Jes843 Schrocter. Mr. Setli iloseley left Tuesday niornliv Regular school trustee election for for a business trip to Louisville,' Cin" ' at cinnati and Auburn, N. Y. Hartford graded school was held ' If you would enjoy a dish of pure, rlyli Haitford College Suturduy afternoon, to vacancy oa the board causd by Ice Cream made from whole Cream, try till the tlio expliatton of tlio term of Dr. I' COUNTY DRUG CO. OHIO ll. Pendleton and Col. C. M. Ilarnett. Mr. Alex Curtis, and Sllss Fern Cu- - The election resulted in Mr, J. I). Duke visUln, re being selected nnd Dr, Pendleton tls, of Rockpoit, JiavB been friends In Hartford for a few days. tted. son's 41tf For cabbage, tomato and sweet potato slips call on Albert Utah 4U4 For Sale Cheap. The etock of the Hartford Drug Co., has been moved to tho offlco of Dr. E. W. Ford (tho old Jail building) aivd is for Immediate sale,, In wliolo or in part. Drugs, The stock cons!tsvof Stuiulurd and Patents, Toilet Articles, Notions Ixttires. will artles owing .tlio abovo firm plfoso call and make uotUemeut. 1312. Telephone or call at our stable when you want to leave. car meets all trains. COOPER Hartford, S6 CO K.y, m Ok For Sale or. Trade. -- J ruction Engine, Threshing' Machine d Saw mill. Cheap If taken at once. P. O. BOX 101, Address, McUcnry, Ky. 39tt VS'SSSSGSSSSSSSSSVS Try the Republican for Fine Job Printing. wimmm'ii Hi fcm w wiiiiihi The Battle of Shilob. BY A rAnTICII'ANT. EDITOIIS NOTH The following article written by Sir. G. 51. Hone, who In nn In attache of tlio IleslRtry Department will the Pot Office ni' Houston, Tens, bo of Interest especially to the veterans of tlio Civil War. Jlr. Hone served In Company H, lTUi Kentucky Infantry.nnd the following recently nppcared in the Houston Chronicle. Fifty J ears nso the western hank of the Tennessee rhcr nt Slilloli, a little church In the woods, was the Mage upon w hlch w as enacted one of the tragedies of the clll war. Two opposing nrmles, one In Uue.one In grey, practically equal In numbers, met there In a terrific shock of battle nt nn c,irly hour of the beautiful Sunday morning of April C, 1S0J. The battle raged all day Sunday with no nnd with determination grim dearth of heroism or 'nlor on cither when side until late in the afternoon, the shadow of victory seemed to hocr nround the banner of the grey-cla- d By 3 or fi o'clock In flic host. afternoon the Union army had been puMied back to the Iclnlty of the Tennesee rhcr nnd their camps of and tents the morning, with their equipage, were occupied by the closeConfedeiates. ly pressing enthusiastic At this stage of the battle the fightceased aling lulled, then practically together, arid the first Jay's luttle of Shlloh was oer. The last spirited episode of the diy, was the dash of I.lniley the Flist Misof Colonel sissippi caaJry with SO or M men to capture n Federal battery tlmt seemed protection; they but to be without Fedwere unepectedly met by tome retreat eral Infantry and a hurried was made to get out of their fire. That Sunday night was a long and of both weary one to the thousands and armies who had fought nil day the expected to renew .the IwtUe In morning. A nteht of intense sufferwounded thousands of ing to other and djlng on the field where they had of battle, to fallen during the storm of rain be drenched with a downpour with no hand darkness, In the black to soothe, no word of cheer; but may we not hope that for still other thouon that sands who lay still In death ground, It was bloody and an not night at all for them, but morning of awakening to a gloilous dewey freshness and sweet rest In that "bourne whence no traeler returns?" passed the The two hostile armlses two federal gunboats, Tyler and Lexreguof some ington, at lnterals lain-soaK- have resulted In thtlr most certainly, own undoing. Tho writer of this was In the fray woro no shoulder ho and though to of authority, nnd nU claim strars no strmk of exceptional military abilplain seemed the situation ity, jet their that the Confederates censed none too soon for their own nlvnncc safety. troops Buoll's Mtno of General pressed Federals sorely reached the Sundiy nnd afternoon late Sunday night, and the tide of battle turned of Monday tlio 7th. on tho morning on place look Some spirited nctlon Monday, but It was lame In comparison with Sundays struggle. The Contoward back federates were pushed their former camps at Corinth, Miss, nnd the bloody battle of Shlloh ended. Are the Fly and Mosquito Dangerous?, the fly, Willi spongy tcet, collects the mvifiwo germs ot diseases, spread tnem over our food and poisons us with tvphoid and cholera. The mosquito with its bite injects into our veins malaria and vcllow (ever. The bacteria of consumes lion, or (trip, arc everywhere present for us to breathe Into our lungs. The blood which flows through our veins and arteries is our rrotection. It should contain healthy red and white blood corpuscles capable of vv trding off these disease gcrmi. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is a blood medicine and alterative mode entirely without alcohol, a pure Clcc:ic extract of blood root, golden seal, Oregon rapc roct, queen's root, mandr.il.c end stcno root, which has enjoyed a good rcputatio.t tor ever torty jenrs. the reiretmng in fluence of this extract is like Nature's Influence the Mood the is bathed in the tonic which gives life to the blood vital fires of the body burn brighter and their increased activity consumes the tissue rubbish which has accumulated during the winter. " About forty yr - rs nito while In Ncwnrk, New Jcrry. I find chills nnd fever. W111CS MR. .MICHAEL, JUAGUIRE, Ul iNHllonAI AllUtAT J JIUIIH". 1 went to Kant. Kinas City nnd In the iprlnff of 1ST? the chilli nnd t e cr returned. Doctors nnd everything I tried failed to do me good. finally I saw Dr. Fierce s Golden Medical Dlcovery ndvcrtlinl. took In Alout a VI nnA hnttlo of It nn.l Ihe chills XAnlshnl. I felt them coming Kick to I pot another bottle and have never had any symptoms of lev , r or amio lnce. That Is nil of twenty eir sro. Medical Ditcovery.'" 1 Directory County Oliio F Blrkhend, Judge; Circuit Court-- T. Ben V. Rlngo, Attorney; W. P. Mldklff, Jailer; E. O. Harraio, Clerk; P. U Felix, Master Commielontr; It. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Kund: T. It. Black, SherKtiuvn, O. iff, Jlnrtford. Dtputles-- H Dam, O. 1". Joins, Itmito 6, Hart ford, W. 1'. Harp, Ittwlnc. Court flrit Mondny In lebruary and con limits thric wcekx, thud .Monday In Ajrll, October two weeks, third Monday III two County Court. It. 11. Wedding, Judge; W. B. Tinaley, Clerk, C. K. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday In each month. Quarterly Quarterly Court Begins on the fourth Monday in February, May, August and November. Court of Claims Conv encs first Tuesday In January and first Tucuday In October. S. MoxCey, Other County Officerr-- C. Ky., It, F. D. Survevor, No. i; Bernard Fedx .Assessor, Hartford. Ky., J. F. D. No. 2; Henry Leach, Superintendent, Dr. A. B. Hartford; ltlity, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COUIITS. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd Monday in March, Tuesday ar-tJrd Monday in June, Tuesdw after itiX Monday in September, Tuesday uftT 3rd Monday In December. ' ..L ."colt, Utomucll, Wednolny after 3rd Monday In March, Wednesday after 3rd .Monday In June, Wednesday after iti Monduy In September, Wednesday after 3rd .Monday In December. John II. Stilts, Itociqort, Friday after 3rd Monday in March, Friday Jrd Monday In June, friday nfler after 3rd Monday In September, i"rday after 3rd Monday In December. ,Jn.cl"'Vn" Centertown, Saturday 3rd after S Monday In 31arch. Saturday af ttr 3rd Jlonday In June, Saturday after lii ji?ni'.uy ,'" September, Saturday Monday in December. Kenfrow, Tuseday after n?',,1" londuy in March. Tuesday "day .,n ay. Tuesday uftcrafter Md 3rd cr eon-ven- ts s. -er yji'J-JltrXYJil- a: Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HA.UTFOHD, KY. A- - Will nractlco his tirofeslon In Uil and adjoliiing counties. Cominorelai and Criminal I'mctlw a Sjioclalty. Barnes Mfra. & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. y Smith M Maguiue, Es. Dr. Pierce' c PJcaxent Pellets are tor liver 111; ; i larity, punctuated the rainy darkness night of the Cth In comparative quietness, sleeping on their arms. The by throwing shells over the tree tops of their finding a on the chance bursting place among the enemy's would camps. bursting shells The boom back their answer like an echo of the guns that fired them, but th-- j there writer never heard whether were any causaltles from those shells they had a moral Terhaps or not. to the effect more disheartening enemy than they would hae been willing to acknowledge. as to Wjhat would Opinions differ termination of have been the final had tliat battle if the Confederates pushed ion and assaulted Uie line that a was formed by the Federals about back tow aid the rher. .Some o'clock say that such a moe ,by the Confederates would have resulted In quick annihilation or capture of Grant's entire army, and that Buell, who was would hurrying to Grant's assistance, to retreat then have been compelled to fcave hl-aimy fiom atmi'ar disConfederates aster, and that the wpuld hae regained the ground they had so recently lost In Tennessee and For Infant! and Children. Kentucky. The opinion of others was, T!i9 Kind You Have Always Bough. and is, that all assaults upon 'that lino Beaureof the Federals possible for Bears the to jiuiko Signature of gard's ehau.ted t troops In buoh disaster would have resulted to themselves that they could have Bryan Laying Plans. made no fight wiorthy of tlio name the i The two armies had been fairly well on Sunday, with matched in numbers ConfedIn the some preponderance erate ranks. The Federn's outnum The bered their enemies on Monday. and wounded killed, In casualties greater somewhat mllng wire the Confednmong the Federals than History placed the vlctoiy erates. with the army Hint wore tho blue and the defeat with tlio one In gray. The victory wns a eiy costly one to the wns doubly victors, und the defeat grievous to those who sustained it. ground; Federals held their The and their campaign to bleak the Confederate lines by capturing the Memwas ltnllroad phis und Cluuleston Afonly halted, but not frustrated. and additional tioops their ter n plans were pushed forward to suc cess. Tho defeat of the Confederate- and as u fanlight had to be boine mitigation costly one without uny whatever, except that they had fought punishment Inflicted bravely und upon their enemies us severe as they had themselves received. " Johnston's plans were to General puh back tho Federal lines by defeating Giant at Flttsbuig Landing before Buell could roach him with his aimy tliat was matching across the to form a country from Nushvllle Jumtlon with Grant. Success In tlibs would have left him with u vlctoilous und army with which to nteut Buoll over him. Johnston try for a victory genet t! was without question an able and a brave one, and his plans, lis to that battle, had merit and promise of success, the but It was undoubtedly of critlcKm the Southern pi ess tint consti.ilncd hint to offer battle when d he did. Perhaps his enthusiasm consldciation of all him ft om There was the chances against him. upon him to no Immediate pressuro His force a meeting with the enemy. plans fixed the itlme for attack to of morning, tho 5th be Saturday April, but rains and bad roads and perhaps other mishaps dlajed the at tack till Sunday. What that delay cost Johnston's army Is an unsolvable ' problem. well knew that General Johnston loss of time very his unavoidable greatly reduced his chances of success, but It is not to be conjectured or that there was any . wavering thought of abandoning or postponing progressed the attack. His plans had too far and the enemy was In close striking distance too close for him to allow his purpose to be balked by the delay. Then with his whole heart In groat ability, he threw It, and with Into the battle tliat was his troops lost. He himself did not see the end. the tide of He fell on Sunday while battle seemed to be running in his favor; and doubtless that death wou'.d been unwelcome if by a not have prophetic have seen vision he could what tlie end of his army was to be G. M. HOWL', next day. Houston, Texas. JAMES & CO,, First Class L,. very mar. Centertown, Kentucky. Trompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, If I have V. 11. IUniMS aiwl C. E. Smith announce that Uie-- Have ifonn-- a lxirtheTsh'ji tcr tlio tumoral lrac-t!- c of Utw, exc ipt ci'hnliMl and dlvor cvis;, Jlr. Smith bohig County Attorney la iivon!ed from practicing eucb ccisms. 3Ir. llarneu will Individually In Oftlcua acci'Pt euch practlcv Hartford Jlepubl.can building, HaiI-forKy. d, YANCYL.MOSLEY, Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KY. 't .i F"' MriaNNnber""" -- Will practice his profession In all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court ot Appeals. Also No tary Public Office over First National Bank. Postal Saving Banks. fciv- postal hnd nlncty-flv- c operation on January 31. ings banks In The deposits on that date umouiue.i Was m TMu 1S5.W0. mnro tllllll persons, an J.W.0 deposited by "bout to tlio aveiaKO approximating 5w i- to walk alone.-l- ly William J iet Burtchcr In Turin and Home. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORI A FAIRVIEW Wednesday after 2nd Monday Wednesday after 3rd Monday In In August edncsduy after 2nd Monduy In Novem- ,?,Tn,1 1',olhr'1. Tordsv Uie, Tuesday y ".' unrtcr -- K J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HART ORD, Ohio County Y. Prompt AttenMatters Given tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS M0U,ay " AUK1"". In November. -- . . rriaay after J'ontlny utiuii. jiujpn, Friduy after 2nd All In .Vartli. lid iid ,",,,. i '" T"'y W Thursday utter '", inursuay iter April 29. TIcv. lllrch Shields preachel Issued by it this place Saturday night. Accoidlng to a statement e .,, Derail Tf,,ltP,1 States Jllss Jlaggle and Master Orvll Jllller White vhlUd their aunt JIr. C. C. ment there have been alpiolmatcl Kentucky anil Saturday night nnd'Sundny. 2,TuO accounts opened In J. deposits made, or nn Miss lMna U.ilzo returned home from n.nn each Itockport where he has been vlfltlurf aveinge of about tlnee deposits to for thy Iast innsltor. There have been about '" her uncle, 31. I.. withdrawals, or an average of about vv oek. and Itcv. Birch Shields visited 3Ir. one to each two dcro!toi. Compare.i and Mis. 11. 1J. Wilson Saturday nUlit. of depositors ,vin. the number other State". Jlr. It. 11. Wilson attended church nt amount of depo.lt in In num-I- . Olaton Sunday. tvvcnt-fl- rt Kentucky ranks sick Little Walter White Is on the nrrnunts remaining open Janu f 1'ost-otflc- v... I.-- SPECIALTY. HARTFOnD POLICE COUIIT. fiCl. Mw.Crowe' JudKo; John B. Wilson. F",y"V,,,,u'y' J' p- - S'evens, 3larsh.il OTTOC.MAIITI5 BtConU ,0,ltla' ' month.''0""-"1i.C,i,r.',S0,unc,,-- J' Williams, Slayor: K- - l'- ThoiiULsl TixaV. L?' C'"niV ClirK: i"""cll-lUil-- Hrt r ?ml?-ralioov- - i. ' P. Moore. I red Cooper, W. J. Beiui. Chair-- 2 TM' J: 'K- -Taylor, tccrctury. lV 'l f' " I"fcK" F. Lotvl' s. v mcki:.n.m:t " Martin & McKeoiey Hartford, Ky. ""'. pie-ente- In some lo- al savings idea is popular ,.mi while in others It lias exc.cc-Interest Apparently the little Department Is satisfied with the tlmt has been made, as tho in the number of such depositories Increased greatly smev i, o.n. heen statement was given out .i, In the beginning from Washington. in ..... v.pre established mainly with Industrial centers, and In most now In places in Kentucky they are 'idea at present seems The In places to be to establish depositories m- nr ttlthout ordinary banning are rather Indifferently cUltles, or that supplied in Uiat particular.-Courier-Jo- ur nal. Tosi-oHI- In total and twenty-fift- h on deposit, allowing amount remaining State that as compared with other of the average amount to the credit smaller In Is slightly depositor each Kentucky than Is the average umount for the United States, ro-- tin Kentucky, as elsewhere, the ary 31, i..w rroinc .,v ,.i,. .i,. the crowd cheered, as, with burn round bo t. ed hands, he held up a small s P.J10WS-he shouted, "this Bucwtn ever thing beat Arnica Salve I hold.has uicers. for burns." Went also for bolls, sprain- -, sores, plmplts, eecma, cuts, In bruises. Surest pile cure, It subdues flammatlon, kills pain. Only 25 cents at m all druggists. Only a Fire Hero nut A CASTOR IA &0&fc ntixt day. The kttugglo If sutJi an attempt had tertalnly would almost been made liavo eclipsed the one at itho "hornet1 net" of an earlier hour in the afternoon, where Albert Sidney Gcneial Johnston fell. strong had buch a The of n ilose line of battle, of fluid aiUUcry and blege cordon uns, wJth ample fcuppoit of Infantry, that it seemed capable of repelling uny attack that could have beeji mad even If it had been possible to use fre)i troops for the attempt. troops, greatly exhuuhted and and many of tlKlr ranks thinned, shattered by the their organizations casualties of the day's battle, were In to push their seeming tu condition victory any further in face of what they had before them, till tltcy could have time .to recuperate from their broken and reform their exhaustion lines. If their enthusiasm had Inspiral ed them to the attempt, It wauIO, rom-lstlnBeau-Hoard's Now Yoik, May 1. candidates on Uie Domocratic side of the fenco are worried over a leport following a meeting of the National Con mlUee's Committee on Arrangements: nt Halttmore thut William Jennings Bryan Is endeavoring to get things slated so that he may bo made Tempoiary Cluilr-mu- n of tho Demociutlc National Conven tlon. Tearing his shirt from Ills back o't Ohio mn flagged a train and eavod it from a wreck, but II. T. Alston, wreck N. C, onoo prevented a with Kletrlc Hitters. "I was In a terrlbl idlgt when I began to use them," he writes, "my stomach, head, back and kidneys were all badly1 affected and my liver was In bad condition, but four bottles of Electric Bittern made me fori like --a new man." A tidal will convince you of their matchless merit for any stomach, liver or kidney trouble. Prl:e DO cents &t All druggliU. m Hal-elg- Flagged Train With Shirt. I nhall give my land and stock a square dal. the 1 shall not Impose upon my wife work I can do mself. 1 hliall nelthei bell what I need nor buy what I do not. bo a furmer, a I shall farmer and even more than a farmer. cows I shail make tlio hens lay und give milk and tho hogs grow fat or know the reason why. I shall neither spend money foolishly nor foolishly hoard It up. a I shall aim to make a good eiop, good husband, a good father and u good neighbor. I shall not detain tho ehlldien on the farm when they ought to bo In school. that piom-ls- e I sliall Ignore all schemes quick rluhes If I must come to poverty I'll coino to It honestly. about agricul I shall luirn enough to tho name and entitled ture to bo success of a scientific farmer. I shall get the habit of raising early, but not so early that the neighbors will talk about It. my endeavors In all 1 shall be sane and sanitary in all my surroundings. I shall attend farmers' institutes and other gatherings that aim to )iep the Farmer's Resolution SicK School !M5 Yraief. "'ectliig Wednea- - v- - JoI''-- . pastor. LZW'ifr n.cv,Tevery mornlnir am .ninr. !... Sunday INt. J.I5 a. m. Prncr meeting every Wed- 3Ir. Guy SIcDanlel who has been con- litiln tHvlt1ir C,huh-Srv- ke every fourth fined to his room for some time is able a. m. nnd 7 p. in. Sunda to bo out again. " ' "' " "fc"1 pastor. Weednnn visited 3Ir. and 3Irs. Ton-sces first Sunday In Mrs. Wcedman's parents, Mr. and 3Iis. each month at U a. m. and 7 p. m Sunday Scool a:5. AND J. It. Wilson. Sunday. SECRET SOCIETIES. Joe. 3Iitchcl, of Olaton, died at 3Ir. Hartford No. w his home at Olaton Wednesday about IS meets first Lodge ihir.i 75. F. ft A. M.. ,n...i. ami an I'lncw covering several each month. Otven Hunter. W. M.. o'clock after P. Foreman months. He Is survived by a wife and Ke stone Chapter No. 110, R. A. M. , funeral services meets everv thlr.l Kn,t.r.tu. hin,.. three children. After wch tS2,nU- - JoJln T Mixre High Priest; conducted by Itev. H. D. Birch his re FOR OUCHS .BiCi!V Hartford Chapter No. St, O. E. S . atton meets mains were laid to rest in the second nnd fourth Monday even- TfW Bow rrtt jfOLDS cemetery. His family has the symtnthy AND ALL THROAT AND LUN6 TROUILEI. ,,.ai. Alias Lizzie Miller Secretary. of a host of friends and relatives. Itnueh "".--?!'"-- .?' Klvi. T.mla Tr. iia r.i.1... VAXANTEXO 8ATI87A0X0Jtn visited jurciB 3Ir. C. C. White and family OK XONXT KETTJNDXD. V. It. irnlrl,u ncttr 1 V... w Wednesday. of R. &S. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Owen, Hartford Tent No. M, K. O. T. M.. meeU every first anc" third Thursday nlglitW. II. Gilltsple, Commander; L. 1 BOOKKEEPING I'oreman. Record Keeper. . Sim. bin Ml. uala a Pit am a Ja .9 t r. n. meets every first and third Friday night TYPEWRJTINGaad in each month. Mrs. Attye Griffin, Lady 1HLH(JKAPHY SSvSV Hecord Keeper. IUSINE1SCILIEIE Acrae muk wo. I. o. O. F.( meets StCOl.d aWnH fmirfh PrMnv - IU Ptxlitrnt tM TMrsnfam .iDrlcVa n.tcsatll l.kt Atllf Kaknar I.mlnua I VI .i...n u Ms. lc,!m?p,?iu, Nobel Grand Topnt trj-- fcTifl JUJey Secretary. womf n for inccM aVKatrr now. mnmWMMMvm m. BMiTHiamiasiHHy u. 150, imp. viim num Men. ITIOaIb sornnri mfl fnnprViJTatT Hd itr.M. day night In each month. Ellis Fos- .w, .jatuira, jv. u. CJilef of Hecorda. Hartford Camp, W. O. W. No. 20" ' tHs. meets every becond and tourth Saturday nifcht in each month. Concul Commander, Thomas P. Williams; Clerk, W. C. Wallace. iSSSISHIIIIIIlSIIIIS. I'reston Morton Post No. 4. Q. holda regular meetings Saturday A. R.. before Ash-aJM,,,, cmnnder; J. month. M. Rogers, Succeed when everything cite bite. , Golden Rule Grove, Woodmen of tho ....... itiMi In nervous, prostration and female fourtii TueUy afternoon in ie,,iiumontli. each weaknesses, they are the supreme ' cjuaruian, .vtra. L. stflKsaaa&SaaaafZf-Baaaa- i U. I'eudleton, Citrk. remedy, as thousands have testified. In 1',,. E' 9iurch 3 evening month. first an1 every day each Sunday South-Servi- ItELIQIOUS SERVICES. ces third monrlng Sun- General Insurance Life, Accident, and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. sSiffn? o Ch.urc-Servi- KILL t CURE the LUNGS COUCH Srri.n. ,..,...' l. Dr. King's New Discovery .,,, f o.v.i. w."i .. f"'", f..".,i ". a 3, ! m .. lf.lMoJuJ, "At-".k-- lnn ?. Electric Bitters it is the best medicine ever over a druggist's counter. SSroSKIrLsaaal s XMsSaaaaarTsar-fciO- A. Presldent-- S. of B. Wir t' ' ml V'.B THE COLT b the World's Stand, of revolver perfection. Ite depsjodsbiliry is historicsl. It hu been the tried and true friend of Bore genu-b- e American aMshood than all other Bakes combined. In originality of pattern, esccUence of material nnd wotkmanihip. the M. F. Sharp, Narrows, Ky. Vice President J. M. Woods. Secretary-Treasurr-D. Kump. Indianapolis, Ind. State Officers: H. M. Fromnn, Carroll county, Pros. T. T. Darrett, Henderson county Vice President. S. D. Robertson, McLean county, s. O. P. Roemer, Warren county, Btate Organizer. C. C. Allen. Henry county, and Lat-tl- e Graves. Allen countv. Assistant tni. organizers. Hoard of Directors. Ben Watson, Warren county; C. M. Barnett, Ohio county; A. H. Brooks, Bracken county; It. 13. 1. Ray, Hardin county, and J. F. Doss, Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officer: H. U Stevens, Pres , Beaver Dam.Ky. Henry Plrtle. Sec. Hartford, Ky. D. Ford, Treas., Hartford, Ky. S. Sec-Trea- National Officers: FOR KIDNEY.LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE MM SEEDS' SPECIAL OFFER: AtrlslwIU rataSs to kslU Xw It tbi UCUaVf IMM SUCCaWI DAraiAnAHt PrltfftiiMtlH r.iuM:!''.'.:i tplandU bcM Snsst i O.U., i Tsnl. I fitfAKANTCEB TO PliCAaC. UU Ton M lidim, nubuitr. Write UhOey; MtMUoa thlt Paper. MWAMMMWWMVWWVWWWUVWW SEND HI CENTS COLT hu never been equaled. The Jolatless, Solid Frame, forged in one piece, and the Positive Lock, which absolutely prevents accidental discharge, are only two of the points recognized by the U. S. Ordnance Board which recommended the COLT superior to all othess. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford.Ky. L L. B. Tichenor, Hartford, R. F. D. No. 5. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. S. Patterson. Olaton, Ky. 4. B. L. Alford, White Run, Ky. 5. Richard Plumer, Taylor Mlnea.Ky. , J. L. Brown, Itockport. Ky, t ApMM07i Q4I The COLT la Uuk far service and years of it. rTAie r "POSWAS' Plentiful BoARD) ir Cntftbf E anaiaai tra farmer. my farm papers prqmnUy and go through them the before carefully and 'studiounly next numbers arrive. I sliall go to church ion Sundays, even J I Bluill renew subscriptions ito If geur VeeUr 4tt$ not nil COLTS, fnigw or tir U . iy &us7issrtermmrsawti0i Ok! PatMt HArrpoiio, Fire Aim ltff.C. COMM. &euwi0GnceVi&i4SneAi ?&9&tdJ&a, fmrMir4mfMM- -' Jfrwti&Gevmjqi & 'Zi tovmt &MV'Z viW,lf Ambition, IS 3l, 'Bfl. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Or the Pluck of Edward McGray By Victoria Barnard Age 14, Hartford Ky. you my card and will pay you when I get home." "That won't work. I must htoo my pay aimv r d the conductor. "Tikc the pay out of this," Interrup-c- d IMward, The conductor took tho I pjy Tho night was dark onil tho snow was filling fast, In tlie great city ot No'V York a sixteen year oM loy was slowly, walking lionle. Ilo Jiail a beautiful face, hut that was covered with flirt. A suit of golden hnlr nml a pair of )io1'jynho3 and a nigged milt pf clothes comploted his description. "I wonder what mother will Kay. I have done my b"st. I wish t hud a father," ho salil. Till loy was Edward Law reuco McOray. Ho supported hy soiling newspapers, opera tickets and doing nnythlng Iw could Ret iiy for. When ho reached the great, tall, rugged tenement whore he and hi mother livInto ed, ho opened the door and went his mother's room, "mother," lie Mid, "I have only earned one dolVtr. I tried to earn more, but t could not "That Is nil rlRlit," answered his moth er. "I would not have expected more. If. your father had lived you would not havo to work so hard." After supper they soon went to hed. The next morn- Ins IMwnrd atu an early hrcsokfast and left early. V. When ho pisol hy the N. and Savings Dank a man s,typped him and said, "do you want to earn n dollar?" "Yes Indeed," rmswened the man as cw a roll of bonds out ot his poclc lie ' .' et "Tako these Into that bank and sell them." Edward took them and went Into tlss hank and walked up to the cashier. "WJia-- t can I do for iou, my iitris man? Do you tt'aiit to pul 66me monjy In the bank? asked the cashier. t'Xo, answered Hdward,'' I want to" sell t!io53 V.ivls.'' He showed lii,o bonds to tho cashier'. "Do you want slh'eT 6r papor money? asked the ca.shler. Edward, "I don't know," answered "wait a minute and I go tvsk, the man Is right out side the door." Now a man sending a hoy into the bank to stl somo bonds, while ho stood outside the door In a large city would raise suspicion. er . The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature alcohol .1 up ii ppth1 Sim a lllti! )pRinif.iniinmi.j. Unftllic Sianachs andBcviW PromolcsDistionJCkfrfal ncss ami lfcsi.ConiaLis neiita Ojiumi.Morphiac norHmrraL ot Narcotic. hrtJu SivJ JBxSmn lr 1 m r lltmJrrt- QmiUSifnr nmapmi fkrr. AncrTer I Remedy forCmslljia-lio. Sour Slomacli.Ularrhoca llV Ait In avt Use For Over Worms jConvubiousInrrish ncssandLossorSLELP. Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. Thirty Years "How can I thank you my hoy " tho woman, ".May I ask your UO nnmo nml address. Mine Is No. fifth Ave." Why I thought Mr. Woods lived there," said IMwnrd- - "It Is. Hut I nm his daughter nml Hvo with him. nut nro ou the boy that exposed tho sh thief that stole father's bonds," asked In surprise. "Yes I am tho boy. Utit I believe 1 had less to do with It Edthnn what teople say," answered to ward. Woll any way father wants see you," replied Miss Woods. Aftnr a while they got off of the car and wnt up the steps of Mr. Woods beautiful rsUb?nce. He went Into llio library while Miss Woods went up dtalrs to toll her father. When Mr. Woods camo down ho greeted Edward kindly. When ho had talked a while he told Edward to tell him about the bonds. After he had finished, Mr. Woods said, "would you Ilka to enter my dry goods etore." "Very much," replied Edward, "WcU," answered Mr. Woods, you will bo engaged at 13 a week." After awhllo Edward left feeling very happy. Ho went homo and told his mother about It. It Is now five years later and Edward and his mother live In a nice Jlttlo on the shore of tho ocean. Edward cams $. a week. Ills motto Is "Have h pluck and there will be luck," and " ' , Still sticks to It, t cot-tn- iSUPPOSE Your Residence' or Business Should Burn Tonight I IS IT INSURED? . : : Better look after' that Insurance A few dollars may mean hundreds or thousands to you. To be sure yon get the best protection place it with NOWi Ney Foster J. Fire Insurance Dealer I arantefd under ih Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA THE CCNTaUfl COM'ANV MCW VOKll CITT. POSITIONS GUARANTEED GUARANTEE position lr need WE will us real soon. Weyou a many more you at once to supply the enormous demand Uy local applications, as they cannot reach tho diseased portion of the ear. There Is only ono way to euro deafAesij and that is. by constitutional remedial Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed '6U JittV a rumbling sound or Imperentirely fect hearing, flild when it closed, Deafness Is the result, and un less the Inflammation can bo taken out 1 Deafness Cannot be Cured. SPECIAL Campaign Offer The Louisville Daily Evening Post From now until Nov. 10, 1912. i ' AND THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN for our graduates. As soon as we tret the required number of students tbls otTer will be withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. OSO. VT. HCnWARTZ BUSINESS COLLEGE IKCOstrOIATBO KTABLTnKD tno iMaP TsOTTISVItiMG. I You will find a yellow slip. It has printed on It your name, and a date after It. The date shows the time when your subscription expires. If the INTERNATIONAL1 jate Is prior to February, 1912, your subscription to the paper has expired. If you find such Is the case, please give THE MEMUAM WEBSTER? Buckbce's Lightning Express jj 00 Bushel V the matter your very prompt attention. Lettuce. Radish, Tomato and a full line of "What is your name sonny," asked tho Either cotfio to THE REPUBLICAN ofCREA-Sfcc"- T Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. Rmahm it is HEW S.-for complete catalogue or submit a list of cashier. fice and pay a year In advance, or If TIOBT, covering every your requirements ana will quote prices. Held of the world's thought, "l.dwnrd Lawrenco McGray, answer you are not coming to town soon, send Buy direct from the grower Sae Money. action and culture. Tflo only Write today. Mention this paper. ed IMward, "No. Mutt Street. us a check. We must have all our subJieir unabridged dictionary is many years. said scriptions paid up promptly In advance "All right here Is your money." jaWasckbetSr., Rockford and If you are behind we know that BecaBM It defines orer 400,000 fui Firm. RockfortMa the casliler, Jiundlng Edward n dollar, Words 1 more than erer Don't you want mo to exposo another you simply overlooked the matter. before appeared between two thief?" asked Edward. coven. 4700 i'aget. Cooo iUMUUUOBB. An Alphabet Party. "No it Is too expensive," anwieried the This is a rather odd party, and may Kmahm 't Is the oalr dictionary cashier. with the new divided be participated In' by all who know page. A "Stroke of Genius." Edw ard left the bank toellng good over sn their "A. B. C." Tho question In each S promptty oMalntd la experience. Ho mado fifty cents this all oouatrin, or no lea. w obiala piTr Becaue it Is an encyclopedia la ntb case, Is, What letter or letters of tho m ujio Tuiuav. THAT FA'r'lTnu.Ui.mtlwrvuM1t(i5 more tliat day. Tliat owning after he spctue, auaTjelp ju to lueeasa, alphabet have tlie fallowing meaning? 8nd irodsl, photo or sketcn tor FREE report had eaten his supper his irroth'er aa,Id to BceuM i coepted by tho oa pttwtebiuty. 10 jwj pmctlc Containing notliing? M T (empty.) Oourti, Bohools and BUR. him, "Edward have you hard ot tho Press m the one ag. irorfra Oulda Statement of indebtedness? I O U (I Book on Profitable Talents writ to viority; boy itliat exposed a tliief h.t tlie N. and owe you.) Y. Savings Bank," "What about it mothwr bsvn. bar. u. XeeaBaa ha who knows Wlmm ' Part of a house? 1, (ell) i 7nMmm7 Success. Let us aner," asked Edward, "i will read It," you about una new.woric. An. Insect? B (bee). swered his mother, picking up the papr. ,To behold? C (See.) Tills is what she read. ( Part of the body? I (eye). as SMsts aass. ffsssSMB 1 "In this city this morning at 7 a. m K.I,C.WUaUMCO..rMHUlt,.SmlUU.Um.l A famous poem? LEG (elegy). a very queer event occurred, A boy entew wwtwrasa m twits isss. I sssmwiil i A number? A T (eighty). and ed the N. and Y. Savings Bank WaMBVaVHBBBaBBssssssssssBia All right? OK. said he wanted to soil some bonds. Tho A foe? N M E (enemy.) cashier asked him If lie wanted silver or ' Indefinite quantity? N E (any). paper money. Ho said wait a minute an A vegetablo? (pea). ho would go ask tho man who was out intemperance? X S (excess) BuuHffSWLusucceeM sldo tho door. Tho bonds were found to An image? P E'O (effigy). OFFER have been Mr. Woods', and the man hid JftuU to batta Nr Hulam. Poorly dressed? C D (seedy). stolen them. The cashier lias mislaid tamer. BlUftrUoa guaranteed or jour Two of a kind? W (doublo u). wr mono nf unset. H MCCAIX PATTEBNS his nume und address ho wo cannot glo ,or Soavealr To covet? N V (envy.) . t. simplicity sad reliability nearly l. ysars. Sold In ncarlv his nnmo." 40 wry city and ? Canada, or by town in the United Statu ana "Do ou know any tiling about It, or A bird? J (Jay). mail direct. More sold than A verb? H (are) or B (be) or C (see.) any other make. Send lor free catalogue. do you know tho boy?" asked his jnothen A common beverage? T (tea.) MeCALIS MAGAZINE More subscribers than any other fashion after she luid finished reading Mtmtlimtklt Writs A girl's name? L.. C. (Elsie) mssraains million a month rnv.i...M " ... 1 "Yes mother 1 know oil about It," an '3saRt5aSrcaTN'rA , Another one? L N (Ellen). ssmaing, ""!?. ?, "l fancy needlework, halrdresslni! ' '" II plain sewing, tBHSm MSfWlHHtlMSS'lt " MT m tf t- 'I ' etiquette, good stories, etc. Only W cents a swered Edward smiling, "because i Yet another? F E (Effle). M amoral i4. nTMru aSk. "I"'!! tains NMK.ih." tun sSmSTiS year (worth doublet. Inrl.i.lln. . . was the boy. J.utKiMWS4.'m4rWi. T Still another? 1C T (Katie). bubicribe today, or send for aamnl. eonv T3(CtiIiwSI (m ( MkiUuiitaMiH M "Now Edward," said Ills mother, "talk K Vkilnta Baud tails Salt. " Till inln M WONBfEBrUC. INBUCCMENTS A Uterary effort? S A (essay). , 10 Agents, roitai Brings premium catalogue seriously, do you know ,the boy?" . and new cash prise offers. Address now seriously, I am tlie "Yes, Great budding Falls. tM HsCAUCe, MIMsW.I7ftM, MW TMI boy," mother, ho answered Edward, whereupon When its foundation Is undermlncd.and '7' If the foundation of health good diges told all about It. fol.Two weeks later Edward .went Into tion Is attacked, ' quick collapse OVCR YEAM CXPKRICNCC lows. On tho first signs ot Indigestion, the N. and Y. Savings Bank to depo-.l-t somo money. When he got to tho cash- Dr. King's New Uto Pills should be tuk-o- n to tone tho stomach and regulate ier's 'window tho cashier said, "Aren't you Edward Lawrence McGray?" "yoi," liver, kldnos and bowcls Pleasant aH 1a tho easy, safe and only S3 cents answered Edward, "well,' replied at all m cashier, "Mr. Woods has returned from druggists. Tram Mams Europe and wl&Iies to joo you." Stadmoi ...-- HUtm I OenvsUAHTsi Ail Edward left the bank fowling vory hap. louse for Sale in Beaver Dam. fro adTloo. now 10 eeMW hsw, mum mm nyons sending a sksteb and description may ranriahU. U-- lit all eOUMTMIISI. qulcklf aaoertalu our opinion M wuainsr an A splendid cottage In tlie Render adpy. Ho took a car and went to see H'oiUHgtM AW, I w JirttlmUk Butlnt iiivsnuon w probably Patau tlona iisUlotijr MaidwUUL Til Mr. Woods. .When tho conductor came dition In Beaver Dam, Ky., in good seat frs. Uldsat aasuey Tor isulrlai Patwiu taken through Muau A around after the tlckots the lady that condition, and Including four town lots tfrtUoreosM7usa AI nwial aotlca. without onarn. in lEa sd Isssii Titn OsHl. I TM lists Ussst, as was by Edward thrust iter liands Into are for sale If sold at once. Residence . t WAaHINaVTQN. Iter pockets and drew itliey tlton out In Is now being repapered. A bargain Is ofA haadaanals llliutratad waikl. Largest xr. fered. Call on or address, dUmay. LO euUUou of any aclsatlsTo Journal, Taraii yju.JfoafonlBt,!!. gold bi ad aaatdealnrs. "Why sir," alio said, "I guess I havo HARNETT & TOSTEIt, Hartford, Ky. lost 'my. pocket hook; out I will five aett -- WebsterS New Dictionary "Walt a minute, said a man coming Into the room. Tho man went outside and brought In the man tliat had given Udward tho bonds. "Now, toll us whore you sot tho bonds," asked the cashier. "I won't te'.l anjbody," answered the BUCkbee'a "Full ol Vnnhrrn HrnM' Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation ot 3S years cm captive sullenly. "O Jet It go," answersucccssiui seen growing ucnmu mem. it pais la ed ,tho man that held him captive, "he Btant the best. We has been to the Jail onco before. Seasonable Specialties: DBANS know that those bonds are Mr. Woods Earliest Bed Valentine . . $s$o Bushel . . Jj.jj Bushel Kefucee i'.xtra Early Hut that boy must not loose a dollar. New btrlngless Green Pod . jj.70 Bushel Give him one and havo him to leao Imp. Kidney Wax $4,50 Bushel lavis New White Wax . . 54.75 Bushel his name because when Mr. Woods comsi Currie's Rust proof Wax . fj jo Bushel homo from Kurope ho will want to see PEAS. . $3.50 Bushel Extra Early Alaska . him." Then tho man left wltli tho cap-thNew Early Gradus J5 jo Bushel Ilorslord's Market Garden . I350 Bushel KY. SEEDS .... concn- -' this tube restored to Its normal tlon, hearing will bs destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by C tarrh, which Is nothing but an lnflamtd condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by nil drugglsls, 73c. Tako Hall's Tamlly Pills for constipation, m $1.90. You get all of the PreslrJeTttlal Campaign and of Ohio county news for extremely low price. Both National Conventions will be held .in June and there remains but two months for the drawing of battle lines, during that time there will be intense interest in the various movements made towards the selection of Presidential candidates. new or C One full year for i, it M l When sending in your subscriptions state whether you are - Look on the First Page. SEND ALL ORDERS TO The Hartford Republican Hartford, Ky. I e. Circulation Dept. ' , H. W. BUCKBEE GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. & HAVE YOUR SUITS ' J. F. GILLESPIE I ". r Cleaned Proprietors i Pressed TMADC-MARK- ' area PASaiNCl-RlFCriCNCC- B Ht I LABITHING AND REPAIR WORK special attention. Hats Cleaned and delivered. month. Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. ing neatly done. Ladies work given Repairing and Dye- tU ' naviii0(3 Repaired. 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THE PUBLIC " Royal BAKING POWDER AhsoMmly Ptirm Used and praised by the most competent and careful The only Baking Powder made atra i'ii Any Public Place After June 10. 0 DRINKING CUP lAn Artistic Montfment Is what you desire for your relative who has passed away. i wr i r- Must Not be Used in Common in x w ri ii - v-- a r- wrr try cooks the world over from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar made from grapes MORE ABOUT CALIFORNIA (Continued from First Pase.) did Justice to it would only be tolling the truth. AN OSTRICH FARM. Not far from Los Angeles, and noir Pasadena is Uio Rtvat Gowaton Ostrich Farm. Here hundreds of these ungainly birds are grown every year and It 's a rare treat to watch them at feeding tlm and learn ,thelr habits. They look meek enough but we could not help a feeling of resentment toward thorn when we remembered that they produce the gaudy plume which worn on womans" hat many a good Intenttoned man from seeing, as well as hearing .the preacher and causes him to "cuss" tnnudlbly. pro-ven- ts Is published entire tho new Rtilow law abolishing tho public drinking cif 'VS In public placei. This law wilt go In'" effect on or about tho loth of Jun, nnd effects In n radical .way our ow community. Thcro Is no doubt of I" being a most commendable law, conci good liated to stop the spreading pasmany dangerous nnd iloathsome diseases. The act follows: "An act prohibiting the public drinking cup. N AsOeneral "I5e It enncled by tho sembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky: "The tise of the common drinking cup on railroad trains and In railroad stathouse1, ions, public hotels, boarding restaurants, or steamboats, in stores or other publicly frequented places In Kentucky Is hereby prohibited. No person uncommitted wronj lav t'1 hli credit on or corporation In charge of ithe aforeiill places, and no person or corporation the final balance shjt of life. He used unjustly r.o nun') fortune nor shall permit on said railroad station his time nor hl good name, and quitted public hotels.boardlng houses.reataumnts. life at no man's lo:s. His su 'den psico-f- steamboats, stores, or any publicly frehi quented p'ace In Kentucky the use of death was a fitting close to unassuming life. Working at his bench the drinking cup in common. Thero In a consptclous ho felt the benumbing chill of death creep must also be posted and place by Individual or corporation by the slowly over his agvworp form, without a mil .riur nr.ft the nnd likt drinking water contained in any of the hero at his post. His life had been all places mentioned In foregoing paragraph labor and tUo hours aft.-- r he .)Ult h'.s a warning cardboard? with tho above he Ii't In printed thereon In large letters so they peace. Suoh was the simple .llfo and peace tan be eaa'.y read. Any person or corful death of WltlUii H'.'.'.h, a si.'I", poration violating tho provisions or cor-aVav Iti, In tit sevenwho died shall upon conviction, be fined In tieth year of his age. Mr. Hltsch was any sum not less than one dollar, and born in Lou'. u l.- -, Its. and WJ3 a sad-l- not more than ten dollars, and eaeh and harness maker by ttatte aiid had day's violation of any of the provisions been In business at Fordsvllle, Dundee of this act shall bo considered a separ by fine In tlu and Narrows Xor the past twenty yoirs ate offense, punishable Ho lnves a widow, who was formerly amount named above. Miss Lucy Maples of near Har.tford. inconsistent with the ac "AJl laws aro hereby repealed." J. H. THOMAS. : Woodmen is the best on the market. Lot mo show you samples of it nnd nnd quote you low prices. All work guaranteed. No money due until Monument is set up. j r- i - r --- a i i w aa i y vn Mn czi no i wzr i x vt Monumental Specialty, 9 T of'n : Representative for Continental Marble and Granite Co. i CANTON, GEORGIA. J Willie Parks. Mr. Dick Her, of McIIenry, spont Sun-dwith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. X. T. ller. Mr. and Mrs. L'verett Llle.s spent Sunday at Mr. R. II. Rains. Mr. John Loach had a serious spell of heart trouble Monday, but Is some better now. nj M JAMES T.IS.i3.tu.ol5.y Hartford, ut Simple That slm-!- Mixture Helps Hartford People. , ""J I 18 To get n good Piano at a real bargain. Organs from 820.00 up. Call nnd see our line of sheet Mu9ic it is the very latest. i IE toll-wo- jv hj ever-Aitln- er has remedies are bjst again been proven. iThe Ohio County Drug Company report that many Hartford people are receiving QUICK benefit from simple buckthorn bark, glycerin?, etc., as mixed In Adler-t-kthe German appendicitis remedy. A SlNOLa DOSE holps sour stomach, gas o.i the stomach and constipation INSTANTLY becaus; this simple mixture antlsoptlcz'-- s the digestive organs and draws oft the lm purities. a, We repair Pianos and Organs. We will move your Piano with the Piano trucks 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. ' HARTFORD MUSIC COMPANY Factory Representative for Hiprh Grade Pianos, Player Pianos and Organs. M. A. Fa u.gr tat, Mgjr. HARTFORD, GRANQMOTHL'R AT THIRTY". Georgetown, Ky., May fc Probably the youngest-mothe- r and grand mother In Kentucky live at George' town. Thursday ufternoon Mrs. Kate Fields, who is Just 13 years old, gave birth to a Rtrl. The grandmother of the babe Is CO years old. x KENTUCKY. , They say the women want to vote, but The annual meeting of the Kentucky If all are like the Beaver Dam wom-State Dental Association to be held In they don't care to vote. Not one batlo. Louisville, May IT, 2S, 23. 1312. promises was cast In the school election Saturday. to to be of more than usual Interest Possibly It Is because we have such an the dentists of this and adjacent States excellent class of men. It Is not neceson account of the numerous now method sary for them to "put In." and appliances which will be exhibited Mr. Ellis Foster, of ILartford, was la there. town Sunday afternoon. We don't know Dentistry, unlike many proof esslons, c:n why Bills comes so often. books not be learned altogether from Rev. Virgil K'gln, preached an exceland magazines and, consequently, It Is lent sermon at the Methodist church oi'mosi obligatory for the progressive den Sunday. Bro. Elgin was formerly pastor Several of this church and his many tlst to attend these meetings. friends dentists from Ohio, Indiana and Illinois were glad to see him. will give o'in'.cs and papers: In fact evMrs. Will Smith, of the South Beaver ery thing Indicates that this will be the Dam neighborhood, died Saturday afterin noon. Mrs. Smith leaves four daughters largest and best meeting ever hejd reference to Itaosevelt was cheered to Kentucky. and several sisters tp mourn her departhe echo, and when tht Womans RooseAll ethical members of the profession ture. Interment at Baptist church cemeheaded are cordially invited. velt Business League filed In, tery Sunday at 2 p. m. with a banner, the cheering lasted severThe children and friends of Mr. J. A. al minutes. By the! way, the women out King surprised him with a birthday dinFordsvllle School Notes. of here seem to be making the best ner Sunday. While he was at church their new found rights, and they are takThe annual commencement exercises of the table was arranged and loaded with during the Fordsvllle High School began at that ing a full lianil with tho men a rerost fit for the gods. lady place Sunday morning with the baccalau these stirring events. A prominent Mr. King was sixty eight years old and uddressd this meeting. and It Is said reate sermon by the Rev. J. T. Lewis, served In tho 17th Kentucky Cavalry in tlut she will bo one of tho delegates to pastor of the Baptist Church. the civil war. Those present were Mr. tho Republican National Convention. Un At a recent meeting of the school trus- Henry Sharer and wlfe.Sam Mason, wife tit we can seo It a llttla different how- tees of I'ordsvLV.e the following teachers and daughter, Myrtle; W. M. Flener.wlfe ever, you can put us down as asjaln't were elected for the school year of and daughter.Mj ra; II. W. King and wife; Loyd, women euffrage. It Is apparent that what W. C. Shultz. Mrs. J. H. Mrs. George Arbuckle, Mrs. Malt Hun-le- y over gain woman has made by being Miss Ismay Mason, Miss Grace Whlttlnsf' and daughter Ruth; Mrs. Sills O'Ban-nothe right to vote, it has been at hill and Mrs, I. S. Mason. Johny .Tllford and Romle King. an enormous expense of loss In othr In the graded school election held at Mrs. David Rlioads was given a surprise y dlreotlons, and time will prove the cor- FordsvU'o Saturday, Messrs. Junius birthday dinner Sunday by her ulsters rectness of this assertion. and G. G. Latium were elected to and friends recently. Govrenor Hiram Johnson Is undoubtedly fill the vacancies of Dr. J. L Barnhlll vUltlng Mr. Angle, of Arkansas, is tho ablest governor of any state In the and Mr. P. C. Cooper, whose tlmus had friends and relatives here. Union, and would miiko an Ideal candi- expired. Mr. J. E. Williams has sold his home date for Vice President on tho RepubliRecently wo stated In these columns on Fourth street to Mr. Will Cook. can ticket, llnosuvclt and Johnson would that Prof. Russell Cooper, of Fordsvllle, Dr. George MItchel has .sold a house sweep the country. had accepted a position at Lebanon, Ky., and lot on Mulberry to Fred Mason. Till; .SIIItlNEI'S. but we should have stated tlvat ho has Mr. D. G. Young has bought the This city Is beckoning Itself as never accepted tho position of principal of tho of Dr. P. D. Moore. before and In an effort to outdo Its reco; graded school at Rrad fords vlV.e, Marlon Mr. Jesse Thorpe, of McIIenry, was in tlon four yenis ago to the Shrliierx. county. We congratulate tho trustees In town Sunday afternoon. securing P:of. Cooper, for he has given w 111 btgln to at rlvo hero about toThey Dr. P. T. Willis has moved his family morrow, nnd they aio assured of tho splendid satisfaction at Tordsvllle and here. Dr. Willis was located at Cromtime of their lives. Tho great city will Is an energutto teacher, and will make well and Is a very successful physician. he one mats of bunting nnd colors in good anywhere. We are fortunate to have him- In our every direction, and fioni top to bottom midst. tho great tkyscraper buildings and electricMT. PLEASANT. al displays will outshine anything over May 7. Farmers are very much behind attempted before, it is estimated that tnoro than 100.000 visitors will be lieie, with their work on account of so much rain. and all the reception committees and the various cntertulnmenls planned aro read There was a musical entertainment at Mr. Henry Her's Saturday night. Several and In a btato of cM'Cctuiu-y- . Uefore this Is In )rcs wo hopo to bo attended from tills place. All repotted a nice time. far on our long homeward journey, b.ick Mr. and Mrs. Bljdle Atchison, of near .to tho Old Kentucky Home. C. M. II. y Roslne, spent Saturday night and Only a Man. with tho latter'u mother, Mrs. Raf-fHe was on'y a mm. A fashioned cast ty. of motumorphosed clay, itul with a Mr. and Mrs. Will Cargll, of Render, spent last wtfck with her grand-fath- er Murk 'roir 'o Infinite Fir lie welld-o- d no 8Cptrej,fahliluiii-- no crowns, nor and grandmother, Mr. and Mrs. John hud di earned r.f Leach. lor pover nor fame only a tniii. Mr. Toss Batzo, of McIIenry, spent No storms of lute, no flaili of scorn Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Leach. nor rankling vuvy vver broko upon his Ml&s Winona Taylor vUlted her cousin calm. Much of which men Mhs Cueva Ituymttr rfm Jnday jnttl Thuwday. lore to boabt he left Indeed uudono but bhamu tnoro of. which they lopvnt In Mr. and Mrs. Jesso Hill, of Simmons, there lay not to hit elunjo. Fur every camo up Sunday to spent a few days deed of to?J "0 Ic't undine two actj of; with the laitor',3 parents, Mr, and Mrs. POLITICS. State Dental Meeting. BEAVER DAM. There's about as much politics In this part of California to tho square yard as could be found in any other part pf the like United States at present. It looks Wilson would get tho vote on thef Democratic side, while Toddy Roosevelt will vites In ,the Reland the full twenty-si- x publican National Convention at Chicago. A few nights ago Senator La Fol'.otte spoke here. While ho had a great crowd to hear him. It was perfectly apparent tliat while they respected him and believed In his principles, they! w HI vote night, for Roosevelt. On last Friday Kovcrnor Hiram Johnson wpoke to fully CtCH) people In the Tempj'.Audltorlum, nnd throughout his great speech, every Here and There. M 2SSIS.1 It Is said tliat thero were a number of very flno nnd valuable doss on the Titan g 1c when that vessel struck tho Lame bacli Is usually caused by rhett and went to tho bottom of tho ocean. matlsm of tho muscles of tho back, for animals which you will find nothing better than However a number of these Is Chamberlain's Liniment. For sale by 'all were saved to their owners. There some unfavorable comment In the preis dealers. m In regard to the matter, althpugh It is Spring Races. not claiming tliat anyone had to give his place to tho dog. Madlsonvllle Hustler. Louisville, Ky., May 11 to IS. 1912. L. & X. will sll round trip tickets POWERFUL COMBINATION. for above occasion on following dates, at open cars, shirtwaists, rates named below. sweet fountains, soda One and ono third fare plus 23 cents white shoes, trip. Dates of sale May 10th girl graduates, picnics, cool beer, for round ! Can you beat It? MaysvlVto Led-geand 11th. Return .limit May 23th 1&12. 23 cents .for the One fare plus round trip. Dates of sale May 11th, Limit May TWAS EVER THUS. x x x x x x x x Two Profits From the Same Land al the Same Time i.attlBssisftSi' sss I Jr AJMiMsCsns! Peck-a-boo- s, THE ba.se-bal- l! r. 13th. Ono 13, 23, third fare plus 23 cents for the round trip: Dates of sale, May and 13, ono 1G, H, 17, IS. 20. 21. 2J. 23. 21. 3: 27, and 2Sth. Return limit two days from date, but not Including dates of sale. 43tf H. E. MISCHKE, T. A. Tne The The Tho The The Tho statesman does the speaking. , n, Miners Back to Work. Central City, Ky., May 8. In a referer dum vote in District No. 23, of the United Mine Workers of America, 1.S30 men asked to return to work at once and 423 men opposed, ponding tho settlements wage of a slight difference over the scale which has been referred to a committee. President Robert M. Rotl advised against longer Idleness and tho mine whistles this afternoon notified the men that work would be resumed tomorrow morning. Tho men have been out several weeks. editor boosts tho town, lover does the popp'ng, da ms nl turns htm down. poet does tho dreaming. farmer clears the woods, eagle does the screaming, But the tttork delivers .tho goods. Montgomery County News. FOUR-LEGGE- is made more valuable. To find out how this is done, see your local dealer and havo him show you an Farm land is made fertile by evenly spreading the proper quantity of stable manure.! Therefore, the farmer who uses an I H C manure spreader collects a double profit. He markets heavier crops and his land M the larger the crop.. more fertile your land) greater its value and IH C Manure Spreader Corn King or i Llt-so- reol-den- CHICKEN. was Mr. Sqlre Roby, of Cox's Creek, a caller at tho Standard office Saturday, and described to un a freak chicken having four legs, four wings and one head. Unfortunately, the chicken died tt ter coming from tho shell. Mr. Roby is an enterprising farmer, witnessed by hH raising 11 perfect ears of corn on ono stalk and on ono stem. Ho now has Uio corn In his possession. Who can beat this? Bardstown Standard. L Qoverleaf An Exposition Every year the that Fays. - FINE TONIC FOR WOMEN. L t HI Sun-cla- et men business of $0,000, for Mltcholl, S. Dak., subscribe a corn show held In Mitchell's Corn Palace, and they find tliat It pays them very well. During tho tlmo tho ahow Is on., the town Is crowded with visitors, tho railroads running excursions from as far as 300 miles. The Is famous throughout Palaco Corn that section of tho country; It moans us much to Mitt hell as does tho Eiffel Tower to Paris, or the Pyramids to Egypt. It has nvulo Uio town famous. corn show lias so many The effects In tho nature of Increased business and inplrlt tliat the business creased local men consider their JfCOO well Invested. wilde-teachi- HO SIX, I The local dealer will show you why an I H C spreader does the best work why it makes the most of the manure it spreads. The service he can render you is worth dollars to you and it costs you nothing. Buy an I H C manure spreader from your local dealer and collect a double profit from your farm. CAN'T OKT APPENDICITIS Iitimtloflil Nimitir Coipuiof Aurlei Ckicage USA ic The this freeofclisrlo, to all. the best Information obtalnablo on better farming. II you have any worthy, questions concerning soils, crops, land drainage. Irrigation, fertiliser, etc., make your Inquiries specific and send them to IIIC SerylceA Bureau, Harvester Building, Chicago, USA xH C Sar purpose of Buraan Bureau is to furnish, ' CASTOR I A ler Iifuiti and Childrta. T3it KM Ym Have Always BtHkl Years tb ig&ature of 4y ' &tfZttu No Mora I Want to Now. on tho Stomach or Sour Stomach. No Moro Heavy Feeling After Meal or Constipation. No matter what you've tried without getting relief JUST TRY simple buckthorn lark, glycerine, etc., ns com ounded You will be ai rprlsed in ADLlCR-l-Kat the QUICK results nnd you will bo guarded ugalnat appendicitis. The VERY FIRST DOSE will help you and Ii short wl make treatment with ADLE1M-Kyou feel better than you have fo years. appendicitis remedy This hew German ooweis nntlseptlclies the stomach andi INQLE2 nnri ilrnnra nft nil Imnurltlea. A sour POSE relieves gas on the atomaih, neavy stomach, constipation, nausea or online- - nfror eatlnir almost ATI ONCE. A short treatment often cures an Ordinary case of appendicitis. Sold In Hartford only by Ufa OHIO COUNTY DRUG COMPANY, Incorpor. ated. I Qit Eat All Hysa M. H. L. sVA E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. N, time card ettectlre Monday 21tvt A No. 112 North Bound duo 7:10 a. m. jL All. dUl except Sunday. No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. dally except Sunday. No. 115 South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. 'dally except Sunday. No. 113 South Bound due 1:48 p m dally except Sunday, H. A UISCHKB f4 , A. V