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DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 44 ED CALLAHAN i. i HARTFOKD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1912. stnlncd-glns- s window at Hie Chrlsthn l,(M0. nt valued Several Cliiirch liouscs were damaged, and Iho ljrs tobacco 1iotio of Tin nor Burns was unroofed, damaging a considerable quantity of tobacco. The wind which was the most severe In years, In this section oxpM Icnccri played many tricks of n frlohlsh BOSSES CONTROL LIFE SAVED BY LITTLE BABE TOBACCO GROWERS FINES REMITTED Says Roosevelt in Opening Ohio Campaign. Widow of James Marcum Eight Men Benefit By Len- Narrates Story. Red Men Meet in Bowling Green. Given II. Tne How tin? Green, Hy., May of of lied Council Grand Mn Kentucky convened In this city Monprominent day, with son cm! hundred Ovvcns,boro lied Men from Louisville, atand other points In Kentucky In tendance. Monday afternoon the visitors uero slvcn an auto ride over tho city. Monday evening the visitors ami local Red Men paraded tho streets, after which a largo clas was Initiated. by tho Tlio decree work was conferred team of Ptocawa Tribe, No. 80, of The council proper begun Tuesday. The welcome addressis wvre deGills 12. Towosend livered by Mayor Albeit and City Prosecuting Attorney Covlrigton Duianoy for tho city; Ben-atI). V. Wright, on hahalf of the county; Max B. citizens of Warren Nahm, for tho fraternal orders of Howling Green, and Past Sachem It. C. I. Thomas for ho locat lodgo of ItsJ Men, Mohican Tribe, No. 11. Lou-Isvlll- e. iency of President. Enthusiastic Welcome Is Vigorously Fighting a Proposed Representative Langley Named to Pardon For Her Husband's Guilty Murderers. Serve on Pension Sub committee, Ab-rel- la Former President in Home State of Taft. ttellalre, May O., of Ida Invasion lt.-- At tmu laiiiu - xiiimtwM tho l, ginning of Ohio President T.ift for Roosevelt scored on him. Tlio his recent attack rebuked tho President President luiving been misled by the Influences told n around him. The widely cheering crowd hero that tho "President has shown that he cannot be tho affairs of tho trusted to handle people. "It la tho bosses that are In control," ho houted. conRoosovtlt was In fine fighting dition. Ho found as his train entered Ohio Tuesday morning that his Ohio committee, of which Walter 1', Drown, chairman of tho Republican State CenIs head, had the Mules for Sale. tral Committee, carvwl a vigorous campaign out for Two good work mules for sale at my During the seven days ho Is In farm three miles south of Beaver Dan:, liltn. tlio State tho Colonel will deller sov- - Kentucky. enty-thrt- e speeches. will 3'.f Roosevelt E. W. BAKER. tlilrty-flv- o appear In big towns unj cities, besides more than a score of REPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE smaller towns. In Ms trip h will cover 1.713 miles. In this Ion? trip tho Colonel will COMMITTEE ORGANIZED dovote most of his time to the southeastern and central northern portions of tho state. Met in Hartford npeoHi Committeemen principal Tho will be at Canton, wlure ho talks Saturday R. B. Martin ReTuesday night. Tho Colonel's train reached hero nt 7:30 o'clock and was elected Chairman. left on ujdiUnjr until s:a) while brtakfnstcd. wroup of Uellalro High School lioys surrounded the car and cave 1 loose volt a rousing yell. Tho went to tho rear platform of tho youngcar and, beaming upon tho sters, asked: "I suppose you all play football?" "Sure," thoy answered. "Well, ono of my boys was center rush last year on his team." observ.'d tho Colonel. "Hooray!" catno a chorus. Roosuvtlt wroto his name on n card for tho boys, and they gave lilm cheer. Roosevelt was escorted to tho pub. 'lie squaro and thcro talked to 2..VO jieoplo. The crowd was as enthusiastic and nx lurgo as that whtcli greeted President Tuft on his appearance at ilollalro. Roosevelt tlio crowd told 'that "this Is the greatest t)ehl xluco tlio days of Lincoln." "Mr. Taft has expressed his of tho people's ubllity to rulo themselves," ho went on. "I bollovo they can do It. Wo trust them and tlo President does not. Wo fought the bosses In tho other States, and wo nro fighting them nil along. We wiant your approval. Tho other sldo ojiposed tho Presidential preference primary legislation. Wo urged It." Roosovelt named delegates, tho Itoosevelt and said It was Important to romember wlio they wero so tho voters could vote for his side. "Tliafs tho way to express ,your preference Presidential and to voto against boss tyranny," ho tried and tho crowd cheered. Col. Itoosevelt then .turned to tho subejot ot tho tariff. Ho said that lie stood for a protectlvo tariff, but vvlshtU It to bo so arranged that u proper pro. portion of the benefits from tlio turltf will go to tho workjiigmei "I want Ohio," ho jcontlnuod, "to stand with us in this fight. Mind going to win It any way, but I want Ohio to sliaro In tho victory." A Col-ondlsap-j.l'prov- al you-we'- ru Precinct chairmen who were olocted In Ohio the various voting precincts In county on Saturday May 4 to servo for tho not tour years on tho Republican executive commit too met In Hartford last Saturday at tho court houio at l o'clock, pursuant to tlio call for organization of the new commtttoe. The fea- for turo of the moating was the race Chairman of the new committee. Mr. 11. Ii. Martin, the old clialrmin, was n canand several friends didate for of Mr. Win. Hamilton, of McIIenry, presented tho latter's name to the mooting. The meeting was called to order by Secretary Poster, of the old committee. Nominations for temporary chairmen being In order, Mr. George W. Howe, of Ccntertown, was selected as temporary chairman, and J. Ney Poster as tem porary secretary. Chairman Rowo call el tor nominations for permanent Chair man of tho commltteo and Messrs. lift. Martin, C. C. Dennis, and Win. Ham. Ilton wero placed In nomination, ibut Mr, name. Dennis asked to withdraw his Voto bolng taken Mr. Martin was elected by a small majority. Next was tho election ot permanent secretary ot tho committee and Mr. J. Ney Poster wus unanimously to that place. Tho proctnet chairman for tho net four years aro as follows: Hast Hartford-- J. Ney Poster., West Hartford-- S. T. Barnat. Bedu-- D. K. Ward. Sulphur Spilngs John D. Johnson. Magan-W. It. Kdge. $100,000 Damage Done by Storm Ky., My 12. Extensive Oweiisboro, damage was dona throughout the Green Itlvur District by the heavy rain and win storm which swept this suction of the fkato last night, according to reports here today. Although It Is Impossible to accurutoly estimate tha 100- ,lUmagc, It Is approximately ue-tu- al Cromwell Dyer Davis. Cool Springs Logan Smith. North ltockport Henry Woodburn. South ltockport II. B. Uovvjeti. Helect-WInSmith. Itoslno Clarence Haley. Horse Branch Dr. C. W. DeWeese. Kat Beaver Dam W. C. Blankenshlp. West Beaver Dam E. I1. Taylor. McIIenry William Hamilton. Centertown G. W. Howe. Smullhous-- J. C. Hill. , East PoriUvllle W. 3. Oalnes. Wust Fordsville W. T. Keown. ' Aotnaville B. II. Morgan. Shrove Kufus Dowetl. Olaton-- J. P. Allen. Buford Claude Hudson. son Uartletts-Hoflln-- U. D. 11. Bartlett. , Ccralvo-- It. S. Condlt. O. Williams. wo. Buildings wero razed, barns and totrees unroofed, bacco houses blown down ind large plate-glawindows demolished. The greatest damugo done In this city was In tho destruction of a Large memorial rol-ten.c- ss Point Pleasant Watt Taylor, Narrows James Carter. Ualph-- W. V. Mldklff. Prentls-- C. C. Dennis. Herbert O. T. Burdetto. Arnold-- S. Kender W. Evan. D. W. Ovvynn. Lexington, Ky., May 11. Mrs. Washington, May II. Announcement Marcum of Jackson, who has been was made nt the Whlto House today fighting vigorously the granting of par- that the President has remitted tho dons or paroles to Curt Jett and Tom fines Imposed upon the Grant County, White, who aro serving Jlte terms in the Kentucky, night riders, convicted In penitentiary for the murder of Imr hus- the Eastern Kentucky District Court for band, James B. Marcum, as we'.l as for violation of the Sherman anti-truact tho murder of Jamas Cockrel, In an arti- In that they tried to prevent the ship the ment of tobacco across the Ohio Itlver cle published hero save In detail persistent efforts to assassinate Marcum, from Kentucky to OJilo. being which finally culminated In his Sonator Bradley, of Kentucky, shot to death In tho door of the coutt-hous- o Cantrlll, Seventh Kentucky at Jackson, on May 3, 1903. In the District, and Representative House, course of her story. In which she narrates Sixth Kentucky District took the matter tho innumerable artifices to which Mar up with the President several weeks ago, cum was foiceil to resort to save his and after conference with Attorney life, Mrs. M'ircum gives the following do General Wlckersham It was decided to scrlptlon of an occasion In wJilch the pr;s- - remit tho fines. The convicted parties ence of his baby In his arms prevented Mar will, however, pay the court costs. tho cum from being killed, and also men who Tho Grant Count were marksmanship on which the fined. and the amounts assessed agaln3t mountain assassin prides himself. tliom are: The Itev. John S. Steers, "On Saturday he asked me to bring oir $1,000; Perry Simpson, A. C. Webb and baby to the hotel and I did so. In the af- Jcny S. Caitcr, tX) each; II. L. Prel, Mr. K. ternoon when I went to the hotel and It. L. Conrad, $300 each, and Marcum told mo he was going homo with John Caldwell, $100 a total of $3,500. mo and the children when we went. I DECLINED TO POOL. tried to get him not to go. as I was In tho fall of 1J07, when tho action might be killed before we got afraid he 90 per oent. of tho Grant there, but he persisted In going, so we occurred, County! Tobacco was pooled. W, T. passed up Main street In front of the Osborne on being solicited, declined Hargls store, all unconscious of danger. but promised to "Wo had been homo but a little while to' pool his tobacco, until we were told of Tom White being hold It until the 1007 pool was sotd, In Hargls Novemfcrhe prized his tobacco, hauled nt an upstairs window In tho store with a shotgun to kill htm as ho It to,)Dr)Ublgadepotian(L.reaeilvad passed. After we had got beyond the a bill of lading for Cincinnati. On November 2$, a rumor spread that rango of Tom's gun and no shot was fired, Jim Hargls and Hd Callahan went something would be, done .to the tobacco up stairs to where Tom was and asked on that night and the local union held a meeting at vvirtch law and order ,wero him why ho didn't shoot. Tom told Insisted on and a committee appointed killho couldn't kill Mr. .Marcum without ing the baby, and Jim Hargls, with an to call on Osborne, and ask him to hold Tho committee, found oath, told him ho ought to have kilted his tobacco. ho the damned kid and sent It to hell with Osborne uneasy, and after parley, him. Tom told them ho was only hired agreed t6 let them haul his tobacco back to kill Mr. Marcum and not the women to his barns, where ho promised to keep and children, and that It they had giv- it until released. to LANGLEV ON COMMITTEE. en him a rifle as ho wanted them he could have shot Mr. Marcum through Representative Langley of Kentucky, the head without hitting tho baby." today was appointed to serve with Mrs. Marcum thus describes the Inci Representatives ot Missouri Russell, dents preceding tho murder of her hus- and Hamilton, of West Virginia, as a band, who would have been warned and of the House Commtttoe that time have escaped but for a delay on Pensions, In drafting a substitute of throi nlnutes: for tho various State militia claim bills "On Monday morning, the day he was now pending. There are about a dozen killed, he meant to go to Lexington to of theso Stato militia organizations whloh rent us a house to move there, but decld aided In suppressing (lie rebellion and ed ho would wait until Tuesday ,morn!ns about 1.100 Kentucklans are effected and go. I told him I was afraid .he was by the mllltla portion of the bill, which going to do like Jim Cockroll stay In will probably bo reported favorably town one day too late. We discussed to tlio House. the matter thoroughly and lie told me what I must do In case anythl ng happenAnother Night Rider Outbreak. ed to him. Paducah, Ky., May 13. There has "About 7:30 he left home to go up to rlJ-obeen another outbreak of night Ills office to finish up some business ho In Lypn County, and reports from had there, and It was necessary for him Eddyville Monday mornlns state that to go to the Clerk's office, and it was fifteen beds lwvo "been scraped m the whllo thoro a final warning came, that past few days. Col. Ramey was ono he was going to be killed tfiat day.and of the chief sufferers, four beds on the man had seen him in the courthouse his farm being ruined. him door and culled to 'him and told Tho bods of eleven other planters that ho wanted to seo htm. Mr. Marbetween the Cumberland and Tenness:o cum told him that he .would bo thoro In rivers were scraicd between Thursday threo minutes, but before the throo mlnu tes was up Curt Jott and Tom Whlto and Saturday nights. had done their deadly work. Pokes Fun at Roosevelt. "I afterward asked this person how ho knew that Mr. Marcum was eolng to Alliance, 0., May Taft bo killed before Curt Jott, Tom White hod to dlvido honors with a cirand Asberry Splcer went to Brock Combs cus at Wellsvllle. but took the situablind tiger at the mouth ot Quicksand tion and laughed heartfor hoiim whisky and while thcro they ily when told why there was so discussed this plan freoly anions them- small a crowd at the station to meet selves, and Mr, Mrcum had one friend him. The President mingled praise of In the crowd who did not want him his own administration with attacks killed, and so ho sent tho warulng.'v, on Roosevelt, and at Wellsvillo ho deIs returned clared that If Roosevelt Reorganize A. S. of E. Local. to the White House for another four (Special to The Republican.) years, tho "bowses will bo as much In T. - It. evidenco us aver." Palrvlew, Ky., May Saturday Balmaln was In our midst The President replied to til predecesnight looking after the Interest ot the sor's charge that the bosses uVe supA. S. ot II. Ha gave quite an Interesting porting Toft by asserting tliat Roosetalk which was appreciated by all prcs-en- t. velt was as dear a friend to the bosses reHo reorganized our local and as any other candidate. ceived It new members. Lodgo meets At Saltnvllle, while tho President was every two weeks. Let tho farmers all talking trusts, a little girl In the come out and take un Interest and nil angered because her boy comwork together for good. We feel very panion wore a head coveting, shoutod: "Say, Smlttto, take your hat thankful to Bro. Balmaln for his off," offending and herself removing tho st d th-jirs 13.-,tore-groun- d, hendrenr, held it whllo tho President continued his speech. President Taft conducted a class In patriotism In P.ast Liverpool, and aftor ha hnd been duly satisfied that- - the hundreds of school children who are massed directly benenth tho balcony from which he spoke, was glad they DiesinHos-pit- al wore Americans and happy under tho Noted Stars and Stripes, ho turned his attention to 7,W0 or 8,000 voters, and told them about his administration. Ho particularly appealed to them, Clansmen of Former" Sheriff most of them bolng In pottery tho through business, of tho provisions Ready to Avenge His the tariff, which, he said, "prevents fraud In tho pottery business by unDeath. der valuation." "I am not fawning upon tho people by saying that whatever they do must Jaclison, Ky., May Callanecessarily bo right," said the Presl-den- t. han, the noted Kentucky feudist and former Sheriff of "Bloody Breathitt" coun"Did you ever think what an awful ty, who was shot from ambush Lost Satthing it would bo for this country If urday morjilns while standing In front tha Lord were to reach down His hand of his store at Crocketsvllle, died last up Mr. Roosevelt to the realms night at the Buckhorn and lift School hospital. of the blessed and deprive us of nls Pneumonia developed in his left lung, company?" asked tho President. through which one of the two bullets that struck him, passed, Falls Against Circular Saw. Callahan's death moans tho beginning' Leltchfleld, Ky., May 13. When Ben of another feud between clansmen of Brumley attempted to step across a loj the former sheriff and the faction susIn Ids saw mill near Leltchfleld today pected of having fired tho fatal Bhots he lost his balance and his leg was from the mountainside last week. Theso thrown against the saw. Tho calf of clansmen already have gathered at Crock his ley and the heel ot his foot were cut etsvllle. They met when the condition off In an Instant. Medical attention was of their former leader became " critical. given Immediately, however, and It Is be and It was apparent that Callahan's ene" lieved that the Injury will not be fatal. mies had at last "got him." , Just one year ago the englno of this mill Although It was stated shortly after exploded, killing the fireman and break- Callahan had been placed under the caro ing Mr. Brumley's leg. of physicians in tho Buckhorn hospital that there was an excellent 'chance f"r his recovery, It was feared that pneuWROTE TO MOTHER monia might set In. There were good grounds for tills fear, despite the fact THEN ENDED LIFE that every possible effort was put forth to prevent the development of complica. "' . i tions. Man Said to be From Lawrence- - The doath Of Ed Callahan marks tha passing of the most famous feudist in burg Killed Himself in Kentucky, and some claim that with his death, feuds in this state will havo New Orleans. t0 ttn enu- - That this will not be tTie caseTsTthe belief of those wiio havo seen tho determined faces of hlsfrtonds New Orleans, May II. Sydney D. and the efforts of his son, John Calla-liaShryock, aged thirty years, .whose to trace with bloodhounds' (the imen home was said to be In Lawrenceburg who lay In the woods opposite Callahan's Ky., and who, for the past several store and watched and watted until tho weeks, has been staying at the Crescsnt shot was fired that ended the life of Hotel, 700 Camp street, conducted by the man who a few years ago, with tho Mrs. Mary Mohr, committed sulcldo III Hargls taction, ruled the county, and his room by tho acid route. was the most feared man In this secTho following Is a copy of theNeUer tion. found' in SJvryock's grip: Although it has been more than a. '"Mrs. Annie R. Shryock, Lawrenceburg, week since Callahan was shot and tho Kentucky: word flew through the mountains that "Dear Mother I hate to bring this dis- "We got Mm." the persona who rested grace on you and our relatives, but you their rifles on forked sticks when the know how my health has been falling sharp crack broke the stillness of tho for the past several years, and It has village no progress apparently has been gotten to a point where I cannot stand it made In Identifying the assassin:. Blood any longer. Tho pain has been killing hounds wero able to follow the trail me, and I am not able to work .at any o throe miles, otdy to lose It completely. my other trades, and I would rathor die Thoro now will be In place of the men than have someone take care of me. I who "waited" for Callahan, clansmen of owe a few debts, and I have enough the feudist who will "wait" for his coming from tho government to pay enemies. The vigilance of ,thls watch them, and if you ever get It I wish you probahly will be like that of those who would pay them, and if you get tho mon killed Callahan. Por four years Calla ey It won't take much trouble to find han had been In constant danger from my creditors. You know I have traveled hidden enemies. He didn't leave. He had nearly one hundred thousand miles look- his store. "That's all I can do for a ing for health ,more than pleasure, and living," had been Callahan's explanation. yet I have not found It. JJon't think I did this because I liave no money left, Roosevelt California. for I cpuld make a living anywhere In San Francisco, May H. Early returns the world, but I don't want It now, an of today's primaries from scatgo through with what I have during the tered precincts distributed throughout last two years. Congressional the eleven districts hi "I decided to carry out Androw Car- California indicated a victory tor Itoosenegie's plan to die a poor man. I sup- velt In the presidential preference vote. pose I will make this statement good, Apparently he carried even San and have tried to make all other state- Francisco County, In whlcli, tha Taft ments and promises good. They are very managers centered their greatest .hopes. few, if any, that can say I ever did then On the basis of the early returnsl'uft a dishonorable deed, although there aro u appeared to bo the second choice ot fow. Hoping you and everybody the bett Republican voters over LaFollette. of health, and also hoping that you will Clark led Wilson by a wide margin consider this more of a business proposi- In the Democratlo preferential voto as tion than anything else, as I do. I re- counted up to S o'clock. main your son, "SIDNEY." BREATHES LAST Feudist of Pneumonia. V - -- -I ,.-"- , !. n, tarries Taft Opens Exposition by Wire. ' Newark. N. J., May 13. By pressing a button In BellaJre, O., President Taft tonight lighted CO.000 electric lights on opened Newurk's streets and formally the Newark Industrial Exposition, which Feared Frematare Burial. of23. State will continue until M White Plains. N. V May ficials and Muyors ot New Jersey clttea that ho would bo burled alive, William attended the opening ceremonies. K. Vanderroost, who died in his homo More Orders for "The Vulture's in Mount Vernon April IS, in hU will, just filed for probate, made the request Claw." that "the undertaker having charge ot my; Reynolds, Ky.. May 5. lDIJ. body stab mo through tho heart after having been pronounced dead by my physiThe Hartford Republican, cians. Hartford, Ky. Plnd enclosed I1.C0 tor which send "The It is understood Uiat the undertaker dll one not know of this clause at the lli"- - VanVulture's Claw'' and your paper O. T. BURDETTE. year. derroost was burled. Motor Boat equipped with a 6 h. p. Gray Motor. Seed 12 miles an hour. 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All ot th later tliat she is married. vliave cUiks papeis." other j oar sho returns homo ns n camti's are gaily and luuirloiw'y decest'-. That the pre-sOn ono camel Is tho bride's Is an ol.l The notes carefully Vi ldow and saj s that her husltand has orated. Institution Musicians, Newspaper Eyes and Ears to was Indicated by citing In writing all essentials particulars and licr dower. of died In a foreign country. As It is trousseau somo of tho upon kettleform to question a who Itonnn clasliv. cicro In ono instanco spous age, health, ed-- 1 exceeding1- - bad beat Incessantly the wou'd-b- e People, Declares California coinplalnexl that ho had rocelved w ealth these drums, mako up a part of tho procesucation, size, appearance, and vv oman about her dead husband, only a part of a pnpr-tli- nt are treated sion. station. In a few das he returns with "widows ot convenience" wlilch Publisher. right to An Arab has an absoluto a coirespondln.; slip written on a Jong! with all the respect of real widow, the biographies ot and gossip. slip of red paper. It would bo utVucky The Itusstans aro deeply ri'lglous. tho hand of his girl cousin, and ho arrange their weddings must formal'y renounce the right be- usually y me women of tho period wero to usj any other color but rod In also Peculiar Manners of Wooing, tlating a marriage. This second de- - and the details of their woolngs and foio ho can many any one else. If n Some of tho virtues and evils of blamed for wanting to appear In tlu k) by Chas- news. Ono of tho ompressos or a girl has more than ono malo cousin newspapers wcro dlscused a priest sctlntlon is the one. In the eves of th3 marriages through Insisted Practised by Oriental Jlke Uio It is tho right oJwass ot the eldest ter II. UowMI, Proprietor of tho Trcs-n- o that tho press run a list of her guesta A svacha, who would be the most svaclu. (Cal.) HepuMlean, in a si;ech at her public functions. a to take her for of China, know, tho dowers, unmarried cousin son tvveens match for tho patron's Races. club ot Sin tho Commonwealth the endowments and tho lciulrments wife. Chicago Tribune. or daughter." Only a Fire Hero ' subject I'ranclsco tho other day. Ills JIalay women aro secluded during ot a !o,1? Il,t of cIIe,1,s- - sl,e a'so Jer" Hut the crowd cheered, as, wltli burnwas "Modern Methods of Publicity." formii th9 "lea ot Chlneso astrologer, pcoplo of Japan aro often Ul of their oarly life, but their rights, Tho court ed hands, ho held up a small round bo. "It is better to read po'leo predJcts tlw 'ut"res. selects Jucky .lays FOR FLETCHER'S called the 'Trench of the east,'1 and even In courtship, aro clearly . ecog-- 1 Tritons!" ho shouted, "this Iiucleleu H ho said, scandals In tho ncwepapirt," and details of the marriage, and (takes In nlzej Is similar a. Japanese courtship I care "than to let rumor, with Its thousand Arnica Salvo I hold.has everj thing beat family func-- j formal of all the many ways to tho courtship in the I All during courUhlp tho bridegroom raucous voices and Us thousand pols. for burns." night also for bolls, utcora. tions. Instead of consulting the stars, A Japaneso sir! I Is not supposed to sea his fiance count! les. I.atln Find Way to Counteract "Black ened tongues, te!l tho story. Kven tho soros, plmplos. cczonui, cuts, sprains, the Husslan svacha consults cards. it ooort in many wass, taking climate and certainly not her face, until the Many peasants Rot." newspaper will not mako it as bad as bruises. Surest pllo cure. It subdues In and others bell vo that tho wedding day. Among tho wealthy and Into consldeiatton, and conditions Sladlson, Wis., May 3. That they aro scandal." flammatlon, kills pain. Only 2i mta at It is bad luck to bo married without somo as an Kngllsh or an Italian gill. tho upper classes this rule Is really on tho evo jf a discovery that will save m Uowoll referred to tho Chinese em- all druggists. her aid. a observed nnd this precludes nnv thing After a cholco lias been made the tm;oo industry ot V iconMn in' n peror, who, according to tradition, hid Honeymoons fall to the lot of bridges bunoji of pale plum blossoms Is thiown like a courtship tho way Americans nation millions of dollais from tho rav- a nightingale that went out every day Don't Know They Into her &a,' i or Utter as sho cntei.s It understand It. Of cours, among tho almost everywhere but In Arabia. The ages of biaik rot" Is tin belief of offl among tho peoplo and listened to whit Have Appendicitis. to bo carried to a friend's wedding. poorer classes It is Impossible nlwajs Arabians do not mako wedding Jour- clals ot tho Agricultural I2perlmcnt neys, though often the Aiab bride-ele- Station ot tho University ot Wisconsin. they had to fay and enmo back overy Many Hartford pooplo uilo havo chronJapanese women mo not confined to observe those rules. night and, told tho cmixiror wluit It ic appendicitis, which Is not very paintakes a long, tiresome journey Authority for this statement Is They uio alwujs out ot doors, Tho matches In tho Matey peninsula James had heard. By listening to tho voleo ful, luvo doctored for jears for gas on Just beforo her marriage. Quito often Johnson, I.sltlmr, or In gudens aro arranged almost entirely on tho street., by the assistant In horticulture. "Walk of his people in this wny the emperor tho stomach, sour stomach or constipa Their faces and their jnetty, soft women friends of the man and tho ia glil will wed a man who lives at a rot" appears In tobacco after It has been becumo from nn ordinal y man tUo tion Ohio County nrug Company stati distance fiom her homo. Contrary packed. to visitors. So girl, who acts as are familiar voices and ir- greatest of all tho Chinese inlets. If theso pooplo will try slmjilo our cusl0,n buckthorn It is never tho man rango even tho details of tho match ' aro thrown to when the Honors experiments," tald I'rof. John"Our "Hvery reader of a newspaper," karlc, gljcerlne, etc., as In who makes tho Jouinoy. Tito glni Is son, Important if sho toses Uiom into tho stioet she After tho match has been decided "have brought homo Ilowll eald, "has tho opportunity of Adler-l-ktho aeinwn appendicitis rema new llfo and dupartlng r i stattlng , v.. ...v .. ....UH ..rAAm rejected tho suitor. If she fastens imrm Mm frinmiu .if fi... a.u"i(. .. luu ' which will not bo given In detail lo tho emperor through his paper. Pub- edy, they V. will bo suipilsed tho nt of her girlhood, so the p .'" e ntll Kimono ho Is ncoeptablo tho veianda of the bride's house. from ..tho wajs them in .'ied li'lUtln tor" licity may bo obtained through tho QUICK benefit. A .SINOI.i: DOSI3 r. . . .!. ulal " M e,w anu not lll Kro''m wU0 Black jot can bo controlled by propnr jeart.s of tho Island u youth There they sit upon mats, , che-lo her. In botel many, thousand outes these tioub'cs Instantly. medium of tho itchs In love will uccp at night to u maid-em'- nuts, and discuss tho turns of the eoes a'one on a long Journey, sweating and curing. times cheaper than it could bo dnnu In Kovo making and dowry rals-- 1 Tho aristocrats of tho Arabian towns liome and fjtsteu a .spmy of dowry. "Our jemedy, will any other way. when announced, Look on the First Page. blooming Slowcrs nboo tho door. If In? aio two subjects tluit aro nlwuys often send tholr bovs to Krow up as not bo In tho caro and growth of tho You will find a jctloiv slip, "Tho press is ono of the. biggest it has of ho I. now interest to Malay men. TJiovj tent bovs In tho Hedouln tents so that plant, but In showing tho proper method things in tho world, If not tho bUgust. Pi luted on It is taken In or vpiliikled it jour name, and a daUi place at night, Uint tbe nuilden is his; if It is thiown eonfetences take and manly. of curing tobnuo, so that this wirlablo for tliey will bocomo .strong after it. Tho data shows tho tlmo It spreads all over tho would. to the biouud or left to wither, ho tho MuUy day begins at sunset, nnd The boy does not teiturn home until loss, reach n r hlirli i J.'.OOO.Wl In "It Is a mass of whes with thou- when jour subscilptlon cxpiics. If tho continue bomuttiuou for several Is rejected. n'jhts. l'o is grown to 1o a man, And ho 1912, can bo ellmlnitted." dato is julor to rcbruniy, 1312, sands of eyes und ears. your brings with him tho minory Courtejilp in China lacks tho warmth After tho dovviy is nuanged nnd tho usually "All of the Information that Is gath subscilptlon to tho paper has explrod. Flagged Train With Shirt. d Bedouin glil who and fervor of the mora progressive marriage evponso agreed upon tho f some Tearing his shirt from kU back nn ered is given tho icadeis for n pilco If jou find such is tho case, pleoso glvo spent so many pleasant hours 'Women uio unj thing but engagement is a .ttled fact. ouuntrle. Ohio inn flagged a train and savod It tlut will nen pay for tho paper, to u.iy tho matter jour very prompt attention, They icoclvo during him In Itussla, nn hi Ghlu,i. his boyhood. The from a wreck, ever) thing, oven Uio with but II. T. Alston, Hal. nothing of tho matter, good, ba.rand either como to Till: IIKPUUMCAN ofoducjHlon, which, although not whit couiUhlp, Is a blending ot tho oilent futlier in town knows .that tho Uedoutn elgh, N. C, onco pi8vented a wreelj ludlffeiciit, tliat It contains." fice and pay a jeur In advance, or If i probably sttong and healthy vvJtli Klotric re would consider a "higher educa- mul the oeeldent. In the nianlago 'fc'lil particularly of news- - you nro not coinlnir to town loon.scnd In speuklng Illttcis. "I was In a torilbl tion," still much above tlut which relations nnd celebrations tho Hus- -' ""d Is glad to &eml for her to Uoomo plight wJien I begun to uso tliem," euuntiy, tho speaker s a check. yQ must liave all our sub-se- n ho pipers of this women in many leoelvo. slans blend tho Indlffetvnco of the tho wife of his son. couutrld Iptions paid up promptly u wiltcs, "my stomach, head, tack nnd s.ild: advance They nre kept uulto busy from child. wcit VTlth warm pulsing symbolism Tlio girl of tlw Uedoulns eoiurt rid. kldncvs vve'ro all badly affected and my "I do not want to see tho papers Im- and if jou aio behind wo know that unhappy. and earnewtnoss ot tho oast. The linn- - lug uiKn a cam.,!, which Is wonderful-ne- r Jwod and few ot thorn nio llvor was In bad condition, but four but. prove to such a point thuttlicy will you simply overlooked tho matter. In Iter book on of tholr woolngs is a blendlnj of ly decorated wltli mlnois bunsI.o.uUo Jordan Mlln ties of KlectrJc Hitters mado mo feel appeal only to a class. Tho Loudon nnd CouiUlUns," wye this tho customs of both lands. "IVjspJns its lioud nnd with tapestries and Eggs for Sale. llko a eivv man." A trial will ronvliioo Tluics Is a clear paper. A Kukslan elrl of SJ who flnOs asltot tJism: .btolderles. There is a canonv of tin. you ot their matchless merit for Is divided so "Gonmuiv's population nny Improved D. P. Itock, II 00 per setting. . .. . .in.i ,,. vunsiuerou. uisgracoj. i bol, s'.Ik -- m.4 "X jnan wishing a wlfo for himself ui ...ma... and fine cloth, all tmbrold- - stomach, liver or kidney trouble rri:o tliat onu set of pooplo reads ono japcr MIIS. JOHN W. SANDURFUIl, .... ... I UI.A r hi ton or a iiuu wishing for a "'" iIWi9 tor u iw crea with verso from the ICoron. Oj- - W cents at all drugflsts. or sets of papers and another class It, 1 m No. J, Ky. OURTSMPS IN MANY COUNTRYS tor Ills daushti r sends for an 'arrange all'.. These are ot cither se, but it Is said that the woman drivo the best bargains. The men have the reputation for dealing most honhusband v- s Queer Coustoms Are Seen in I Foreign Lands. en-tatn- iiego-.The- ' Children Cry CASTORI A ct hr ts -.- .-J h-.- ... . .s iat , soft-eye- hs 1 I ,.ir V..i-.ll.- iv-- vS 1a.. I t. Hartfori, ..... zzazrm I n T germ cnino over he didn't blow his hum. 1 f Uagra to co why BILL NYE'S GOOD BYE To The Pool of Flame wfly LOOIS JOSEPH VANCE niutlralbnt - Hint wo fon't hoar from tlio Democrats word ii Messed ? Ultra times against Mr. Tnft's Isn't it amusing rollg-'ion- ( I I nnd Tnft llopubllennH Wo nro nml It Republicans today ltomcvclt I u good sign to see,, but wo will be of otio mind nfter tlio Convention. AVIi.it sock-dari- a Railroad Pass Made Sad Letter. Was lint become of tlio old fnhlncd who put nn egg lu tlio too nnd mended tbe liolu with ynrn. Running for President In Mexico mny bo n little woiro tlinn In this land but of tlio freo nml home of tlio brnve It Isn't imn.li. "Life is Short at Best, and pecially for Those Who Have to Walk." Es- fay Elliworth Yooo -- The Summer resorts are now sending picture nnd you nevout tlio colored CHAPTER XXII. different Insects --cither tlio bed er boo tlio liy nlno o'elock tho Raneo lay with bin?, the liook worm or the Mum Key i steam up, ready to weigh anchor. Toe. It Is no pralso to Dravos to state-thalila engines were In admirable bulletin Isued census A recently condition. Such was their Invnrlahlo reports Hint there Is lean lllltcrncy In state. For an assistant ho Impressed th.ui ever before. If into service none other than Danny tho United States wo bold nn, It won't bo loin? till we will Mnhono, to Danny's Intense dismay. nl Know enough to come In when It duO'Rourko took upon Copyright IKl, by Louis Joseph Vaoco 4 himself tho ties of first officer under Cnptnln Quick. Tho Irishman cared llttlo for tho sea, knew less of a first officer's duties; but It wns patent that Quick could not stnnd every watch, and O'llourko was not to bo daunted by !nny such slight matter as nautical rain. A f I returned bus Just with h couple of young from KJoild.1 In alligator. It In his purpose and the to go out on tent to truln them stmt nml 1'ilto ilollimucntt subscribe! Who icfuxo to ciiinii across. In tho knowledgo that they wero safely off at last there wns poignant 'relief to tho wnndorcr, as ho stood by The average Uoiigrosinnn nets very .Quick's sldo, on tho bridge, with mid- miK'li exulted when be wanna up on chll night Imminent and tho ship still and labor but bo seems to forget that the peaceful. "I'll stand the night watch- uvcniRO tild has IxUtcr huilth when he "Uy es," tho captain announced. nut unil hustles llko Uio ntd folks. morning we'll bo far enough out for g you to tnko hold without spraining the Tin" ftilernl offlco lioldors arc nrt of seamanship. O'dnlght." them Somo or wlmt to do. "Thnnk yo." said O'Rourko. In fact, who nro for Teddy are nfrald to talk ho had long been sensible that ho wns ton Imiil mid tho- - rnr Tult know If very drowsy: the night wind In his faco bnd something to do with that. they niako any nolso Chairman Dixon "Good night," ho returned, and went of tlio ltoixmdl forces will txposo them. down the ladder to tho deck. At Its foot ho paused, turning curiIt in only a llttlo while, Uitiy liilne ously; It seemed that surely thcro must be somo serious troublo afoot In 'until we sen whether .tho Teddy lloar It tho crew. Tho Irishman could soo In again becomes us uulvcrsi.il ua tho glimmer of tho forecastle lantern a few yo.irs.iiKo. meantime In Hie a confusod blur of naked, shining; tlio good mother might K't oat the brown bodies and limbs, apparently o'd Teddy Dour nml furnish It for Inextricably locked. A scream rang shrill and thcro followed tho sound of use (it any minute. Kansas iilltor won-doiln- heavy fall. Overhead, on tho brldgo, Quick wns roaring himself hoarse, without effect Tho sounds of shuffling, of blows, harsh breathing, stifled cries, continued. A knot of tho contestants Bwcpt, whirling, nft, toward tho superstructure. Something shot singing through the air; tho wind of It fanned O'Rourke's cheek. With on unconscious, surprised oath, O'Rourko stepped nsldo, his hnnd going toward his revolver. The missile struck a stanchion, glanced and fell clattering into tho scuppers. Revolver In band, bo went forward to the rail overlooking the struggling rabblo on the deck below. Rut they eccmed Intent only on their private differences, and Quick's roars wero bringing them to their senses. Gradually the tumult subsided, tho contestants separating and slinking forward to their quarters. "It may have been chanco," O'Rourko conceded a bit doubtfully. He swung about and moved aft slowly, examining tho deck intently, fn a moment or two he stopped and picked knife, doublo-""edgo- d ,up a long, and keen as a razor. The point mas broken, having doubtless been snapped off at the moment of contact . O'Rourko turned with tho It over soberly. "Faith, I don't like to think It waa Intentional but me bead would have been split bad It come two Inches to a, thln-biade- d deck-house- never ra In nil this gl.ul hours Cannon hear anything from Uncle Joe ami only u few fleeting months , ngo poundmlng lw bo was the National he boems Mko Old John Itockef-llto luivo ciuwled In hU hole and lo-- t his way out. er itlrusoino to see how It la really many sorts of people are trying to advice give the fi.i.icr Just why the farmer 1k singled out to become o much attention we the object of can't divine, bwuuso he is usually a smarter limn than any of the crowd who assuuiu to glvo lilm counsel. In who mado a vow A California!! 150C llryan not to cut his beard till became President has glvo It up and Inst week ho unwound his beard from nnd had a barber take it off. a The man lemarked s his beard was ,wliy I waa removed: "I've forgotten Ilo was simply such u durneil foal." a lJrynn Democrat, only that and nothing more. o-- ' U l He returned to the bridge, calling Quick aside. "You're armed 7" ' "Certainly always armed when Vm dealing with these devils. Why?" O'Rourka showed him the knife. Quick laughed at bis theory. "Noth-lo- g in It," ho was pleased to believe. (To be continued.) left" that Tho Yellow Jacket the people will not etprcsu themselves fully In the convention, for, if Uiey did there Is no doubt but wliat Roosevelt will bo nominated or not tho Jtepubliean party will stand together nnd this fall somebody will carry tho baimer that will lick Democracy to u frizzle. From the Yellow Jacket, Moravian Kails, X. C, und-rstan- A Nervous Woman Finds Relief After Many Years Women who suffer from extreme nervousness, often endure much suffering before finding any relief. Mrs. Daniel Kintner, of Defiance, O., had such an experience, regarding which she says: "I had stomach CASTORI A Yellow Jacket Stingers. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S I think itliat Did you ever homo lias been mado happy mlndJng their own builncss? In many a by folks troublo when I was eighteen years old that broke down my health, and for years I suffered with nervousness, headache. Indigestion and nervous spasms. The name of the suffrage movement China U) Ylk Yug Vine. Sounds nwr like a high feehool ytJt. Tho caserne of tlw Democrats to see Mr. Taft nominated is glmply remarkable. A naltlmore man has own on thooper atlng table 21 times. This ought to nuke lilUy Bryan envious. from one straight look JiV ..,,.!.. n nemncrut climb a trc monkey and howl for mercy, 1 Ctlory etUl '1iJvm 4.ior .1 I 7.-7VJ'- VnVSi?vtW Axm. S5flisVuv mended, I began taking Dr. Miles' Nervine, nnd I must say It helped me wonderfully. I havo had no severe nervousness for several years." MBH. DAN KINTNER. 1003 Pleasant St., Defiance, O. ""rq'p7'' remedy tnree or t0UT t'mcs a wock' After try nnpli averv ins recom- norms Kot bo bad would have them The Teddy like a nomlnated-O- ld Is No matter who wave nnd will continue to wave. A hook worm and wondwtd a sapling tree why he was bom; an a,t on Many remedies are recommended for diseases of the nervous system that fail to produce results because they do not reach the scat of the Dr. Miles' Nervine has trouble. proven its value in such cases so many times that it is unnecessary to make claims for it. You can prove its merits for yourself by getting a bottle of your druggist, who will return the price if you receive no benefit. MILES MEDICAL CO., Blkhart, iMk eminent American Hill Nye, tho on a pass humorist, onco traveled And then he decided to caso doing reuson so. The for tho act was an Interstate commerce law which forbid It, and ns n result, Mr. Nye wrote a V. "White of the Atchison, letter to-Topvka &. Santa Ke llollroail at Topo-kIn IStf.' Mr. Whlto luul reniiested Tlio Usttor that tho pass bo returned. follows: Hudson, Wis., March 3), 1SS7. IMssuii V. V. White, lCsq., Oenoral Atchison, ToiK'ka & S.uitn Ko Itnllroad, Topeku, Kan. Dear Sir: I enclose heitwlth unnual pass Nn. your for self mid family over Justly celebrated road, during the year photograph 1 alto return your lMT. me unci tho Utters you havo written during the past five yours. Will you kindly return mine? And so tldi brief nml beautiful experience Is ended nnd each must gn hi own way hereafter. Alas! To you tlil.i may bo easy, but It bring u pang to my heart which your cannot gentle letter of Uio 1st Inst. wholly jillevkite. you look upon Whenever hereafter pass wJU you not this you Uouwiiilxy that think of me. have cant mu from you and that I urn, wiiinlcilng across tho bleak nnd windswept plains', s.ully enumerating the tlca ion my way to eternity. I do not say this to reproiich you. for 1 fear that you turo for another and so' wo would not lie happy again to together. Hut, oh! ilo you ikiuho fully coniprejienil the pang It costs me to ruturn this plciisant faced little p.iss with Its conditions on tho back? you see mo now, as I write Should thojie lines, turning away ever and pen anon laying aside my trembling to go and sit by the grate and shudder nnd weep, and put out the fire with my bitter tear., your heart would soften, and you would say: return?" "Iloturn, o,h, wanderer, You ilo not s.iy In your letter Uuit 1 havo been false to you, or that I have ever grown cold. Ypu do not cliargo Infidelity or failure to pro-IJmo with You slmpjly say tliat tt would several bo hotter for each to go his ways, forgetting tliat my several ways are passing away, passing away. It Is all very well for you to talk ways. You about going your several have every facility for doing so, but with me U is different. Several years cyclone and ago a large northwestern myself tried to pass each other on wrecking the ramo track. When tho crew found nio I was In the crotch of leg. a butternut tree with a with Since that Umo I havo walked great difficulty and to so ray several ways lias been a very serious matter with me. But I do not want you to think tuj,t I accept my doom I am murmuring. calnm'.y, yit with a slight sight of un availing regret. In tho mlddlo Some time, perhaps. of the daik and angry night, .wliflii tho cold blasts wall through tlio telegraph wires and tho crashing let ruslio against with wild and impetuous fury of your the windows ieclal car, us you Ilo warmly eiiwonsed In your voluptuous berth and hear tho pltlle&s moans winds with hoarse and croupy chaso each other around tlio Kansas haystacks or ehrlek wildly as they In light out for their cheerless homo tho bad land, will you not tlUnk of thq tlinough mo ns I grope blindly blasts, stumbling keen and pitiless falling Into culover cattle guards, verts and beating out my rare young brains against your rough rtght of way, will you not think of mo? I do not ask much of you, but I do ak that we separate forever. As you whiz by me do not treat me with contumely, or throw crackers at mo when I have meekly (tunned put to let your haughty old tniAu go by. I havo ultvnys spoken of you In the do highest terms and hope you (Will the samo by me. pnd It,!) Life U short at the bcflt, ciectally so for those who have to Walking lias already shortened walk. my life a great deal, and I wouldn't be surprised If the evposure and bun-Ioof US7 carried mo off, leaving "u gup In American llteituru (tliat would look llko u colur. or Should any of your ensuvsera trackmen find me frozen hi a put next winter when the grass gets Bhont and the nights get long, will you kindly ask them to report the brand of y,our auditor and instruct Jvlin to allow my a, gtr-Agee. family what he thinks would bo right? I luUo to writs to you In this dejcctd manner, but you cannot understand my heart Is today how heavy as 1 pen those Urns. I will now take tho Inst look nt the ' fair oung fiaturcn of your ra"i finally sealing this letter. How fore sad to see nn annual pom cut down In life's young morning, cro of Its rn'e lias been run? How touching to part from It forover. been so What n fnd year this lia farl Dnrthipiakes, fires, jtorms, rnll- way disasters nnd death In every form llpil our country nnd now, have llko tho biting blasts from Siberia or Manitoba, tho nipping frosts from cutworm, comes the congressional cutting off tho early crop of flowering annuals, Just ns they had budded to bloom Into beauty and usefulness. I will now close this snd lotter to go over Into tlio vacant lot bohlnd the fence, where I can sob In tho nn unfrctted wny without shaking glass out of my casement. Yours with a crockful of unshed tears UILI, NYU. . on hand. one-fourhigh-board many women endure A man cannot understand the torture If the majority of men suffered n much pain and endured with uncomplainingly. patience the weakening icknessci thct most women do, they would ak for ifu,w,t v..,.. immcumic sympuuiy uuu ivjviiv iv, Many women have been saved from n life ol misery nml sufTcrinjJ by turning c remedy which ii safa to the riht remedy Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription 10 lake nccause containing no narcoiics, meunui ur ihjuiiuus u.nituitiiiB, mi alterative extract of roots, made with pure glycerin, and first gixxn to the public of women Dr. It. V. Pierce, ot tliu hy that famous spechlist in the diseases invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute of IluCalo, N. Y. WOMEN TAKE NOTICE! nr.J suffering ( rS?F Ales. IlEUCIMF.n. i Mrs. Lizzin M. Hnsnr.tMntt. of Lincoln, XonMBM.'CSft, fav.s: "1 fond rt tetlmrnlal vlth much pleasure so that ?omu suffering woman mny know tho truo worth ol your remedies. 1 wm a creut suilcrc r from femalo troubles hut nfter takln g which a one bottlo of Dr. I'lrrco's Favorlto friend advlcil mo to take, I found myself very much tnklna thrco mnro bottles nnd ii?lng two Alter boxes of Dr. IMcrcc'a Lotion Tablet?, I foimil myself on thn road to recovery. I was In poor health for flvo years hud now I nm cured. "I liopn all womon suffrrlng from fomnln wraknesj will glvo Dr. I'ltrco'b Favorlto Prescription a fair trial. n. Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach, liver and bowel. Sugar-coate- tiny granules. Thcro never was a Umo when people appreciated tho real merits of Chambernow. lain's Cough Kcmedy more than This Is shown by the Increase in sales and voluntary testimonials from persons who hne been cured by It. 1 you or your chlldri n are troubled with a cough or cold give It a trial nnd become acquaint ed with Its good finalities. For sale by all . m dealers. JAMES & CO., Pirst Class Lrlverytnati Centertown, - Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, BaassxW Whitewash On the Farm. coops, Whitewashing the brooders and fences should bo done about twlco a year In the summer season. WhltJ wash Is recognized as a protector against vermin and nlso cluds a neat and clean nppenrfiueo to tho farm when abundantly used. It Is quickly put on with a brush or broom and lasts n long time, oven during an exceptionally wet season. If applied with a sprayer, tho wihitewaah should first be strained to prevent clogoccurs. ging, which nearly Invariably ITowcxer, if the whitewash is strained through two thicknesses of cheese cloth nnd a good sural er is used there Is not much tioubla. Tho following reclpo for whitewash can bo used to advantage: Slako In boiling water bushel of lime, keeping It Just fairly covered wjth water during tho piocess. Strain It to remove the sediment that will fall to the bottom and add to It a pick of .salt that has three been dissolved In warm wator, pounds of ground rice, boiled In water pound of pow to attain paste, dered Spanish whltlnj? and one pound of cleaV'gfue, dissolved In warm water. Mix ingredients thoroughly tho different nnd lot tlio mixture stand for several applied. days. It should be hot when This ts a preparation tliat will last a long time and will stand better and will not wash off so readily as whitewash made from ordinary lime and water. s, one-half one-ha- lf COLT Superiority . For Proven! United a f tol Match to years the Automatic Pis of th. won States his keen rlth ryJ r,,;yjr -- -- HI Colt Automatic in open which Pistol.-l- tl. riru.T l.. .i.kni and outranked all others competition, proves COLT r.i?. j, nmk. ACCURACY. doesn't reauire an expert shot. but It does require an accurate Automatic Pi is- tol with which YOU can do expert shooting Home Protection s fk. t.1 tha COLT Is ths one best proof of tha most nc ' "aais A COLT in tne wz yyjj 'jmtM' house affords not only !, protection, but a s jrss. . . IL '' ' o.-- - sense of absolute safety. It's the safest Automatic Pistol curate pistol lor you to buy. - ?ff f fMAml to keen in the home LOADED AND READY FOR INSTANT USE. It can't be accidentally discharged. It's the Only Automatic Pistol with an automatic safety you can't "forget to make it t, Vr;v ti M sate. Colt Automatic Pistols may be had in various sizes from MM WL the the 'y Mono ja Q& Httle vest pocket caliber .25 to tho heavy Army caliber .45 most powerful pistol made. Children Cry FLETCHER'S CASTORI A FOR : iff Catalog E mailed free. If ponr Dealer does not self a cot,Ti, sena your oraer to us. , Colt's Patent Fire Arms Mfg. Co. aaaaaaaaaialaaaalaV Are the Planets Inhabited. bron Though tho o'dest of sciences, astron omy Is In omo respects the most moderr of them all, because it is ever producing new and more powerful instruments of research. And, as new wonders nre revealed from time to time In the explora tion of tho heavens, men naturally renewi the question as to whether or not our sister planets nre Inhabited, desiring to know If the facts newly ascertained throw fresh light upon this Interesting ques. tlan. Iteoent pulllca.tlons of scientific men tend to discredit tho idea that life, as we kiww It, can be found on nay of thj planets ,that follow the sun, other than the carjJi. Venus, tho nearest and about tho sUo ot tills planet, its ruled out as a possl. bio abode of life, becau&o It Is known to presenjt nlwaj-tho pume side to the sun, Just as the moon does to the earth. Its peopie, therefore, would 13 consumed with boat on one side of that pkuic--t and fror,en to death on the otlier bide in rayless, unending Arctic night. The caso with Mercury, which is Just tho kuiio has the like peculiar charocterlbtie in Its relationship' to tho sun. Advancing to a Jupiter, which Is 1, low times the slso of the earth. Its specific gravity seems to procfulm it a world composed of fluids and vnpors.und utterly devoid of anytldng resembling "terra flnna" upon which man might set his foot. Somo believe tho angels might Inliablt clouds, but not men tm we earth Is know them. Our Beven times heavier tlwin If It .were all granite. On the other luind, Jupiter approaches so nearly u gilobe composed of clouds that he earth would go clean thru Jupiter in easo of colllnlon as oasl. a ly 03 a bullet would pass through slso pumpkin. Owing to the unonnous of Jupiter a man weighing 110 pounds up on the earth would wtlgh over ten tons upon the giant world. The contention is that Jupiter has no wild Burfa.ce to support a population, and that its mass is so enormous that ordinary bodies would weight be rendered unwieldy by thejr on Us surface. The same argument is ap piled with' but small modltlc&tlons'.to tho case ot Saturn, Uranus nnd Neptune, cmaA&Mr NEW HOME HARTFORD. CONN. Before tho earth cooled and prior to THE the formation of dry land it was not a SEWINO The possible dwelling place for man. MAOHINK four mighty worlds now under review OF are supposed by the argument to be at QUALITY. uninhabitable state. They present In this are supposed to be worlds In the process oX making, coming worlds, worlds NOT that In future ages may furnish the Ktage SOLD for mortals. UNDER ANY The object to Mars are of a differOTHER ent kind. Its diameter is about one-haNAME. Is tho diameter of the earth, nnd it held that the light and heat of Mars are WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. tho degree which not more than If you purchase tho NEW HOME you will we enjoy. Such a reduction with us would produce extreme discomfort, if not death have a life asset at tho price you pay, and will not have an endless chain of repairs. ntmos-pher- o Further, It is argued that tho Mars must be as thin as our of Quality own on tlio summit of tho Andes. Considered Of course, Prof. Lowell has given a very different account of matters In Mars. it the He considers the straight JInes on tfs Cheapest face to bo veritable canals dug by Its the end answer that Inhabitants, llut his critics In that caso the Inhabitants must ho to buy. canals must for the If you want a sewing machine, write for bo as much more gigantic and wonderoar latest catalogue before you purchase, to ful than any engineering feat known the Tlw New Horns Sewing Machine Co., Orange, Mass.! d ditch. They explain the more markings on Mars to bo nothing than a great cracks In Its surface simi lar to the great rifts in the Antarctic Ice cap of our earth. Ladies' Save Money and Keep in I lf one-Jia- lf b ack-yar- From far away Porto Itlco como re discovery ports of wonderful new vastly benefit the that Is .believed will peoplo.M ltamon T. Marchan, of Croce- loneUt, writes "Dr. King's New Discovery Is dolntf eplendld work here. 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LX3A3rletxxdL.....H 17. ........4C 22 FIUDAY, MAV Senator lltyburn complains that the newspapers treat Congress as a Joke. Tli trouble Is that one hardly knows whether to rcgnrd Congress ns a funeral or a circus. COURTING THE New York, has attempted to impply facts on this question. He lias examined the populated files cam;lit In the ilenstly parts of New York City during n num. ber of months. Ihith the bacteria occurr ing In the Intestine and those from the surface of the Injects were Investigated. The files examined In April and early In 's June were comparatively free from bacteria. As the summer senon .ml', ajiced high bacterial counts began to nppenr and also an abrupt change In tli diameter of the bacteria. The record two counts came nt the end of the weeks of excessive heat Jn July. Some Idea of the number of organisms that a single Insect may carry Is Indicatto 4,Vrt,(M for the ed by the figures 7 surface contamination, ami 10,000 to confor the Intestinal bncterlal tents. Most of the bacteria found were comparatively harmless. This Investiga tion, however was carried on In the crow ed city, where sewers would naturally carry off all of the mast dangerous Infective matter. Tile Journal of tho American Medical Association pays that tlio house-fl- y Is nn "und?slrnble citizen" In any event, ro that the war of extermination already begun against It In many quarters; deserves cncourgncnient and su port. dan-gcni- YOUNG COUPLE MARRY AT BEAVER DAM Ministers Leave for Babtist vention--Ot- her of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Taylor Sunday. Mr. K. G. Athcrton has sold ills farm to Mr. Smith for (CM. H0RT0N. Con- - News and Social Notes. Bcnvcr Dam, Ky,, May IS. Mr. Guy Huzclrigg nnd Mlfs IV.irl Chick were united In marriage at the home of the brides parents Wednesday evening May f. scJiool Mr. Hnzelrlgg Is a well known young teacher and quite a prominent man. Mrs. Haztlrglg Is the beautiful nnd accomplished daughter of Mr. and 'Mr. Amber Chick, of the South Beaver Dam neighborhood. The wedding was a home affair nnd quite n surprise to thetlr many friends. Only a few friends and the famllleswere present. Mr. nnd Mrs. llazelrlgg will be at home In the South Heaver Dam neighborhood In n few days. Jlcv. A. 11. Gardner officiated. Mr. C. D. Chick left Monday morning for n trip out west! propectlng, also to attend the Southern Baptist Conventl'-at Oklahoma City, Okla. Didn't we give you the "dope" on the you wedding soon enough? We toM two weeks ago It would happen. The commencement exercises of th- W. K. S. began Monday evening nnd will close tonight. Itev. A. 11. Gardner, city, nnd lte". Birch Shields, uf l.ockport, left Mond.iy for Oklahoma City, to attend the Southern Baptist Convention. Mr. Prank Kblln pmd wife, of IjouI;-vlllJ visited his sister, Mrs. John the first of the week. Mr. Orvllle MoKenney spent a few days In Louisville Inst week. Mr. II. D. Taylor, of Princeton, sp"iit the week end here. Miss Ktttye llho.ids, of Princeton, will mother, spend the week end with her Mrs. Dr. Bhoads.' Miss Mary Anility, of Owensboro, is spending the week with her uncle, C. M. Tlchenor, city. Mr. Hoy M. Tlchenor returned Tuesday from Bowllgn Grten where ho lui" been having his eyes tested. Messr3. George Brunton and John Lil'- Inger have returned from Atlanta, O i. Tlivy will icturn in a few days with I their families. Mrs. Alma Paxton, of Itockport, spent a few days this week .with the family of J. P. Casebler. ot Misses Myrtle nnd Ituble Ilerndon, JlcHenry, are visiting Miss Mary Stewart this week. Miss Iloa Mae Jackson, of the Union neighborhood, is spending the week with relatives In .town. -e, May 1.. Farmers In this vicinity nro getting huy planting corn nnd (totting tnbaitci, Mr. C. 12. Crowder nnd daughters.who who have Iwen visiting fi lends In Louli-lllreturned homo Thursday. Mr. Frank Wright who has been on the sick list for some time Is slowly Improving. Mr. Stormy Smith has returned home after a weeks visit among friends In the Bed Hill vicinity. Mr. Beulah llnmmons made a flying trip to Bed Hill Tuesday ealllng on sev-erof his old friends. Mrs. Elizabeth Austin who has been on the sick list for some time und was thought to bo Improving, is wore nt present. Mr. Win. Smith lias purchased the It. II. Austin property. Consideration Jl.Vl.tiO. Messrs. ..Vrgtn Baize, Frank Wright and Oscar Smith went to Louisville thl morning. f, Dress Goods Our stock of Piece Goods of every ' ( ' J description for Waists and Dresses never was more complete, Wool Serges in a great range of colors JL and grades. rdliuy raiAiuiea iui oauia auu run Suits. Crashes and Linens of every description. White Goods and Printed Wash Goods $? in all the new fabrics and designs. For Sale or Trade. Traction Engine, Thrashing Machine and Saw mill. Cheap If taken nt once. Address, S3tf ' A big stir was created In Washington world Time was when the business by the report that a straw liallot of took what came Its wny from the the New York kindergartens showed .1 farmer and made no effoit to get 372 for Santa Claus for presmajority of more. Tliat was before the day v.iien ident. business realized, as it docs today, that rests If tlio rhyslcal P.csearch Society hear tlio foundation of all prosperity nnd the well doing they should look to with the farmer rattle the of the farmer. Bee If the cat Isn't trying to get nowadays, the It Is jurtrlslng, of deciding that It Is the spirit length to which business nearly of the late Dr. Funk. every line goes In order to court the California sucms to have known what trade of the farmer. .The house that she wanted In the .primary election last used to take only what value its way of mostly In city trade. Is Inaugurating Tuosdnv. notwithstanding the visit of reaching the efforts to show the mall order plan Secretary Knox and his farmer trade, and the orelers of farmthe voters there what they should do. ers are received now the same as the It Is now apparent that Col. Roosevvlt orders of the best city customers, will be nominated on tlio first ballot nt with bills payable nt the end of each A condition of business like believe month. Chicago. In fact wo do not President Toffs name will lie presented this thirty years ago would have especially If he should lose, Ohio, or looked upon as being tlio rankest possible in theory, and ono that would oven a considerable part of It. quickly lend to the financial ruin uf The Democratic party Is not to be be the firm attempting It. hind In 'the matter of Internal .neraps. too, the farmer A few years ago, are had to go ,to the towns nnd larger Col. Bryan and Governor Harmon going after each othor In "hammer and cities if he wished a demonstration until of any new piece of machinery, or if tongs" fashion. Ilut, just wait their convention meets in Baltimore ani he even wished to secure Information they attempt to Jnake a platform. regarding It he would .have to do all the travelling himself In order to seAfter supporting President Taft for cure It. All this Is now .closely looked renomlnatlon for several months, more by ull the larger manufacturing or less half- heartedly, the Louisville after firms, by complete Information fur Herald ha. discovered that ho icannot be nished by mall or by the personal visit elected und Is now advocating a dark right out to the farm by a traveV.In.r liorse. The Herald should have thought representative of the compnay. Perof this before .It followed Taft to the haps this ono thing, more than anyJumping off place. Stick to your man For Sale Cheap. thing else, Is proof sufficient that the adbrother. Do like Senator Bradley The stock of the Hartford Drug Co.. .Is now the jnost at the trade of the farmer vised the Roosevelt following has been moved to the office of Dr. K. doslrcd by the business world. DEW. Ford (the old jail building) and Is State Convention. TAKF. YOUlt In recent years the (trade of the for Immediate sale,, In whole or in part. FEAT LIKE MEN. Swallow your modi-cinchanging from the Drugs, even though you may carry a wry farmer has been The stock consists of Standard credit to the cash plan. It may be and Patents, Toilet Articles, Notions face. We now commend Senator Bradsaid that close to 75 por cent. of the fixtures. ley's advice to the Herald, to the Seng farmers now pay spo will Parties owing the above firm ator himself, and all Taft men in Kencash for what they buy, whether the please call and make settlement. 13t2. tucky. Of course you will all be Rooss-se- lt purchase be a sack or sugar or an men after ,the Chicago convention. automobile. In earlier days the farm EAST VIEW. busiAll Is not peace and (brotherly love in er went through all the credit May H. A heavy wind and rain storm camp. Recent- ness he wants. He saw, too often, all ihe Kentucky Democratic passed over this section Saturday evengo to from the pen of the profits of his year's work ly Hie Courier-Journing doing considerable damage. meet the bills contracted for the comCol. Watterson denounced Governor Jtev. A. B. Gardner filled his as mon things of life, and lie resolved to appointment Beckham and at Bells Hun church Satquit It as soon as possible. This resthat traitors to the party, and charged urday and Sunday. the combine had been formed for the sole olution, and the carrying out of It, has Mr. Homer Martin, nnd Miss ItosaTay g up a wonderful purpctso of personal advancement. Whit built lor, were unlte'd in the holy bonds of Is Marso Henry fears most of all la the trade among farmers, a trade that wedlock Saturday evening at the bride's a United the most desirable on earth, since election of Beckham to the home, by itev. A. B. Gardner. means the cash In Mrs. States Senate and when this is attempt- sale Invariably Tina Coots, of Llvla, spent Sathand, the very best proposition imagr. will bolt some more. ed .the C.-urday and Sunduy in this vicinity with Is it any wonder that moie If the Democrats of Kentucky ev inable. relatives and friends. er have an opportunity to send Beckham and more are flndjng It to their finanMr. McDanlel Is dangeroutiy ill with the farmer they cial advantage to. go after to the Senato and fall to do so typhoid fever. all trade, oven to the extent that farmers will deserve to be discredited by Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Martin, of Hickbargains honest party men for all time (to come. are now frequently offered man Park, spent from Saturday until ? cannot get for Beckham won his fight once and was that city buyers Monday In this community. disloyal-ty- . defeated at tlio last by Mr. W. II. Mayfleld and son. Arment, mado a business trip to Owensboro FriFAIRVIEW day, HOUSE-FLIE- S May 13. Mr. Louis Hoover and wife AND DISEASE. Mr. George Ambrose is on the sick The house-fl- y stands convicted as n visited Mr. und Mrs. H. C. Wilson Sun- list. disseminator ot disease and a carrier ot day. son, Mr. and Mrs. Hlljah Massle and Mrs. H. C. Wilson visited her uncle, contagion. Kver slncu the investigation Noel, of Union Grove, were the guests of the spread of typhoid fever hi the Un- Mr. It. Hoover Wednesday. ited States military camps during tlio Mr. J. P. Thompson visited Mr. C. C. Spanish AVar of 1SSS, the evidence has White Saturday. been accumulating, until there Mlts Maggie AVIlson visited her sister TRUTHFUL ADVERTISING days last against Mrs. Ola Weedman, a few la no escape from thu charges THE BASIS OF SUCCESS. week. Oils tantalizing Insect. Every Mrs. N. J. Myers anil wife and two Since the Ingredients Entering Peruna probe Into sanltaiy problems is liaAre Known, Its Power as a Catarrk ble to disclose conditions hitherto quite children, of Spottsvllle.aro visiting friends Remedy and Tonio is and relatives In tills community, unsuspected; und the Indictments Understood. dur-lo- g Iorcna White visited Misses lorenn brought ngalnkt the house-fl- y COLUMBUS, OHIO. The ao and Beulah Wilson Sunday. tlio pas.t few yearn charge responsitlve Ingredients entering the most Mr. J. P. Thompson visited Mr. J. U. bility for a long category of Infections popular household remedy in the including cholera und various forms of AVIlson Sunday. world have been made known to Mr. Worth Haley and wife dlplherla, ersliwlas, contaUjkenteiy, visited the public. This means a new era Mrs. Hulcy'B mother, MrH. Mary U. Wll. gious ophthalmlu, cerebrospinal mviilngl-UIn the advertising of popular famson. anthrax and possibly smallpox, Jn ad ily medicines Peruna leads. Mr. C. C. White and wlfo and little el! tlon to typhoid fever. Peruna contains among other Whether ull of these charges will .stand on. Walker, visited Mr. and Mrs. Nick things, golden seal, powerful in its in the light of scientific investigation Schroader, of Graybon county recently. effect upon the mucous mem remain b to bo seen. It Is lmportant,nt branes. Cedron seed, a rare Thank You, Friends. no much In Justice to the acciisi'd Insect medicine and unsurpassed tonic. I wish to express my gratitude to each ua beoause of the hygienic and prevent Cubebs, valuable in nasal catarrh thereon,' and everyone of you, who so faithfully measures which are and affections of the kidneys and that the questions here ruthod be author, helped mo In Fair's Piano Content, which bladder. Stone root, valuable for ltutlvely settled. In itlie case of Typhoid, by your help only made the ,wlnner. the nerves, mucous membranes Again, I will say, thank you. the evidence appears to be complete. as well as In dropsy and Dr. Torrey, of the Loomls Laboratory IKBNE WAltD. door-knob ln,b--for- e bt-ee, farm-owninry casp-paylnJ. How--evethem-solvesy s, FARMER'S INESS. BUS- ' P. O. BOX Mcllcnry, 101, iou Don .. t need Ky. 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- sU mation. We will not only give you the ,ju best goods for your money, but will give you a service that will relieve you of quite u iui. ui nun jr. Make this store your store and don't hesitate to command us and use us to your own personal advantage. efo jj Fixes Value on Man's Eye. San Francisco, Cal., May l". In the first decision of the like nature", the California Industrial Accident Board rul ed today that Harry Christ, an emp!oe of the Paolflc Telephone nnd Comiany, who .lost nn eye uhlle at work shall receive $10) for inctlle-n- l and surgical expenses, full wages tor hospital tint' lit per cent of his wages for the following eight weeks and CI per cent of his estimated Jos In earning eaiiaclty.therf-afte- r, for maxim period of fifteen years. The board finds thnt.althougli the los of. nn eye does not necessarily Impair a man's earning capacity, it increases the difficulty of finding work. Tele-grap- e. Archie Butt. (J. M. Lewis In Houston Posh) Archibald, ArchlbaVl, Wllllngham Butt, Vou have somehow made us feel like a mutt; Always wo've made you the butt of our Jokeis, E. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAYER DAM, KY. Tho Green It Ivor llopubllcnn, of Ky., says: her friend, Mlss'Garnolt K. Felix. I)y far tho best route for an Interur-ba- n Dam, Mr. J. H. Howling, of Iloaver electric Uno yet discovered. Is from was seen on our Btreets recently. SALEM. Itev. and Mrs. F. M. 1'larrls were In Heaver Dam, Ky., on tho I. C.'lt. It. to Howling Green, Ky on tlie L. & N., May 13. Hev. Joe Crowe filled his regu Fordsvlllo Monday, L. II. and Wilbur Hall ,wcro In Dun- via Morguntown, Ky. Distance Wmllen. lar appointment at this place Saturday Capitalists, Investigate. dee Monday on business. and Sunday, on Little Mies Jessie Hall has been Miss Georgia Hoavrln is visiting relathe sick list. tives at Owensboro this week. Renews for The Republican. Amies & Co.'s store Is being Mr. Arthur Italey and fumlly, of Ola-toMcllenry, Ky., May, 13, 1912. visited relatives In this community ed. Hartford Hi publican, on Work on tho Methodist church lost week. Haitfonl, Ky. nicely Mr, und Mrs. George Crumes and lit. Patterson street is progressing Gentlemen find enclosed choclc tlo son, Miller, dined with Mr, and Mrs, and .the HaptUt church is being repaired. for $1.00 for one year renewal of your; The Crescent Printing Works establish-e- d paper. , L. E. Wilson Sunday. Very here in April 1911 is ono of our busMrs. Orpha Jamison and son Harlan, GUO. SMITH. otCcntcrtown, ure visiting Mr. Jqhn Jam iest concerns, and thu managers con I son and family. template editing u small Journal this It would surprise you to know of tho Uranch, year, Olaton needs a movement of this great good that Is being dono by Chamb Mr. Adolphus Miller, Horjio Iain's Tablets, Darius Downey, of New-budined with Misses Sarah and Georgia kind and we wish theni succoss. A telephone Is much noeded nnd dculr. Junction, N. II., writes, "My wife Ileuvrln Monday. Mr. Nute Myers, wife and children are ed here as well as a depot, and a lit- has been using Chamberlain's Tablets of and finds tlicni very effectual and doing visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. tle "gt.t up and git" on tho ait eventually her lots of good." if you have any trout our business people should P. Myers. ble with your stomach or bowels give thcirt Success to The Uepubllcan and Its many bring both. Side .walks or rather .a place to walk a trial. For sale by all dealer. readers. m Mor-ganton, Itcfjie-clfullyrg Always we've handed you giggles and pokes, Olbed nt you, Jeered at you, laugltod at you, .took A joy In Just reaching for you with the hook; Now when we think of you language Is weak. Now we sit here and with tears on our cheek. And a lump In our throat, and a hurt in our breast- -It was good natured raillery naught but a Jest-- But we'd give the world could we only recall The Jibes and the Jeers nnd the giggles and all. We shall see you forever till life Khali grow pale. As you stood, hat in hand, with a smile, at tho rail Of the ship as she sank, with a clijeery good bye. To those you had helped to the boats. In your eyes There was nothing to fear. Yours to strive and to plan For the weak, then to go to your death like a man, With a smile on your lips and call o'er the foam: people "Homember me, please, to the back home." Oh, the years of the world have been many and wide, In each age of the world have been heroes who've died For their fellows whoso deatlis were Impressive and grand, with your hat in But you facing your hand And a smile on your lips oh, all language Is weak. There's a hurt In our heart, and a tear , on our cheek. God rset you, brave knight, In your slee 'neuth the foam, us You're enthrJned in the hearts of "people back home." de-at-h THAW'S COUNSEL MUST FACE CHARGE BY BAR Hartridge Accused of Graft in Disbursement of Money for Defense. May Appellate New York, Division of the Supreme Court deu!i!ed today that Clifford W. Hartridge, counsel for Harry K. Thaw, mtn-- defend an official before re'feree, charges of In with dismisconduct connection bursement of money In the first trial of Thaw, brought against him by tho liar Association. This Is the second action brought by tho Par Association against tho lawyer. The Appellate division dismissed the first autton and Hartridge claimed that thereby acquitted him of the court misconduct. New matter presented to tho court was an affidavit by Mrs. Mary C. Tlia', declaring that she did not know what use the lawyer was making of money paid to him. 3.-t the side of the road (not In th-middle of tlio road as Is the case now) Is to be hoped for ami with these latter iniprovoments Olaton will .be n town worthy a place, on the map. "Give ti boosters or kill the drones is our slogan. on r EASTVIEW. May 13. Farmers ate getting nlongr nicely with their work. Setting tobacco is the order of thy day nt present. Mr. Homer Martin nnd Miss I tsa Taylor were united In marriage Saturday evening at four o'clock at the homo of the bride's father. Itev. C. C. Taylor and Uro. Gardner, of Heaver DaniJ fr, said the words that mado tlioni man and .wife. Wo hope they may have u long nnd happy future. They will mnko their home with tho groom's father. Mrs. Mandy, Moseley Is on an extended visit with her nephew. .Mr. Hunk Da vison nnd faintly. Sir. and Mrs. Autry Pat ton visited at Mavwell from Sunday until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hunk Dawson and daughter, Miss Cllffle, visited Mrs. Dawson's-motherMrs. Ferryman May from Sunday until Monday. There was n largo crowd attended the clilvurl of Mr. Homer Martin Monday night. All report a nice time and plenty of fun and Gardens arc looking well In this vlc,ln-It- y considering tho cool weather. Next Saturday nnd Sunday will bo regular .Monthly meeting at Mt. Car-mPreaching by Itev. J. A. Ilennctt. el. V OLATON. Mr. Henry Hartford. l Felix has returned from cr Mr. Leonard Hall was hire from Ile.i-vDam fiom Sunday until Tuesday tho guest of relatives. Miss Mercedes Canon, of Sulphur Sprlni was In Olaton Wednesday the guest of Wants Investigation. . ' rr-- r- L:rrmMrrMxiiniiLt.vmj,maJt t a Don't Uarnnrtl darn-b- uy Wundcrhoionly tit & Co'. 7, J. .K Business MnHB v At tho Great Council of Kentucky Bed Men hold at Bowling Gren this ltf wek, Mr. T. Wailo Htrntton, of Crom-Wfl- l, son's was as Great Keeper of & Now Wumlerhoso now nt Uarnard Wampum. Co's. Four pairs guaranteed four months Mr. ltaymcr W. Tliuley Is epecteJ $1.14). liomo today from Lexlngton.wlierc he was Hnckct's Oapo Curo kills the worm a senior In Kentucky State bnlverslty ns well ns tho Germs. Tor &alo by Ohio the past year. Ho will return to County Drug Co. ton In a few days to attend commonce-meexercises and reccle his diploma. Dr. and Mr. J. D. btewnrt, of Dundeo, nro tho patents of a boy that nrrlved Wo are in receipt of n Invitation from nt their hoiifo recently. Mr. Allison Harnett, Klkton, Ky., to at Matting, Shaded, Scrim nnd Curtain Pole Headquarters tit Unrnnrd & Co. I'lenty of Seed I'otatoss at and Mrs. William Johnon, routo nre tho happy parents of n ten pound boy that arrived Thursday morning. Dr. A. B. lllloy nttndlng physician. Mr. U. S. Car- Listen! Ve sell ' reliable shoes Mid hose for every member of the household l.lng nt That's what we're after. We 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 Druggets New Matting Rugs-44,6-4and84 Window Shades Lace Curtains Curtain Poles Floor Oil Cloth Extension Brackets Curtain Swisses In fact, everything that would bo useful to you and ornament your home. Come direct to us and wo will help you out of your troubles. Do this, please and remember that It Pays to Trade with a House that Saves You Money. Jk&'Cb, THE Of crclscs at Van Dr. A. D. Park, ot Ilockport, was hero tend tho commencement Mr. recently to visit Mi mother, Mrs. Dud- dcrbllt Training school, Mny Barnett has been In school nt Klkton Is quite 111. ley I'ark, who for soma time and w ill be graduated thU If you would enjoy n dish of pure, rich year. Ico Cream niado from wholo Crcum, try Como Horse and Mule Feed guaranteed OHIO COUNTY DP.UG CO. County to bo absolutely pure. Frco from rotten Don't forget to visit tho Ohio grnln, dirt, screenings or any worthless Drug Co.'s storojind ask about "Urljsht-cn-u- p material. Cheaper than oats or torn, pay ou. Week." It will nnd good substituto for hay when fed Week of MnylT'thls planned for "Hrlg'.U plentifully. Sold by p Week" at Ohio County Drug Co's. W. K. KLL1S, Produce Merchant, More. Paints, etc., nt a bargain. 42U Hartford, Ky. O. Mrs. Kiln Morton nnd Mrs. John Mrs. J. A. Duff, of Dundee, left this Kootvh returned from a few days visit vtek for Chicago to Join her huband, Louisville, Monday afternoon. Jn .taking Dr. Duff, who is In that city Mrs. Dudley Kord nnd daughter, Ml Special lecture) for several weeks. Mrs. I.orena, left Tuesday morning for Owens, Duff was nccompanltd ns far as Irving- horo, wJiero they will tpend n few days. ton by her mother, Mrs. V. II. Bean, Master Mr. T. S. Marks and daughter Mls and alo Mrs. Bean's grand-soMary If ft yestenluy for Owoisboro, whoro Griffith MItcholl.. they will upend n few ilaya with relaMany who havo read "Tho Vulture's tives. Claw" pronounce it to bo one of tho I'ordsvllle. greatest of the later books. It Is filled Mr. Jesc Hoover was in In with genius nnd holds tho reader's Oluton and Horo Uronch Tue.iilny a' Bottling tcntlon from tho first In Intense, thrilltho Jnteunt of tho JIartford ing Interest with not a dull page. The Works. plot is strikingly developed amidst tho posiMiss Mnbcl Jawper It filling the rare beauty of tho Kentucky hills. Tho tion of bookkeejxjr for MlkM Hottlo IUley Hartford Republican ono full year and nn account it the lllrst National "Tho Vulture's Claw" all for J1.C0. 3Jtf of Miss Mley being iiin.rnntlml. "Tho Vulture's Claw" Is full of Chris ADI.Klt-I-Ktho new German Remstomach tlanlty, complications comedy, romance edy for appendicitis, or any nnd tragedy and wtlttcn by Rev. C. F. trouble, on sale at wunueny, who Held the .Methodist reOHIO COUNTY DUUG CO. vival In Hartford recently. It is a won Wo will pay cash for Ginseng, Yellow derful book and. we arq offering It and Boot and Mayopple must be well drlwi The Republican for ono year 1.C1. for ami Ginseng not .split or htriiiur. Send your orders befqre books aro exhaust AV.H. MOOItK & SON. ed. atf Whlppoorwlll Stock Peas and TennesMr. and Mrs. K. T. Williams returned on see German Millet best tiu.illUes Wednesday morning from Mailtsonvllle, market for sale by W. K. Kills, tlio pro whcic tliey attended the marriage of Htl duce man. Mrs. Williams' niece. Miss Sadie Henry, Mr. James Lyons loft Monday after- to Rev. Orlando C. Craig, which took noon for Bowling Green wliero he Is a plae-- at that place Tuesday morning at delegate from Ohio Tribe No. Ifc5 Improv 9 o'clock. Irs. Craig Is pleasantly reannual membered by many In Hartford, ed Order of Bed Men, to the she great council. having gone to school here several years street ago. Mr. John Daniel, tho Center en-un, l'-ie Buy your shoes from us and make your feet happy. Ve have stylish shoes for "proud" feet, comfort shoes for "tender" feet, narrow shoes for slim feet and vide shoes for broad feet. Ve don't sell poor shoes for any price; ve sell shoes that are "right -- up" In quality and "rlght-dov- n" in orlce. (UIMIHW-MM- fSTjrri CARSON AUTOMOBILE Si CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. HOME Quality Groceries IS81 V WE ARE Insistently Insistent On the Quality of The Goods we Purchase AND PARTICULARLY PARTICULAR In Our Dealings With Our Patronns. PROVE Try These Canned Corn. Canned Peas. Canned Tomatoes. Canned Green String Beans. Canned Lima Beans. Canned Asparagus Tips. Canned Mushrooms. Canned Beets. IX! Peaches. Apricots. Red Raspberries. White Cherries. Apples. They'll Please: Canned Canned Canned Canned Canned Canned Pineapples. Apple Butter. Strawberry Preserves. Red Raspberry Preserves. Grocery Iler'sMEAT MARKET AND HARTFORD. Hartford Republican. l',IUDAY. MAY 17. , - KENTUCKY. lteduced price naixl & Co's. on Millinery at Bar. Attorney Otto C. Martin spent Sunday with Ills wife at Leitcli field. Ask Uarnird TaIu Eolat. Mr. & Co. for the new Colgate For cabbage, tomato and sweet pota,to slips call on Albert ltlal. M Now Curtain Scrims, JOc. UAHNAJID Whtlo It lasU "Bed Bock" for 25o cosh at U. S. Carsons. on & 30o A. C. Yleser transacted business Uar-nur- d CO. In Centcrtown, tc Co's. Monday. Coffeo 41tf. Unweave will please you. Only at Butter Beona at cents. U. S. Carson's, S 3 'i-we- callers nt The, Republican Wednesday. office Mosor. U. S. Carson and W. Supt: Henry Lvuch was In Frankfort E. Kills tills week attending a special meeting of tho school superintendents. my Quick solos and small profits Is motto. Call and be convinced. S. L. KING, your . Hartford, Ky. SOtf ilU' Mr. J. C. Barnard wenf'To KllmlU.li a coal special Sunday night returning , tho same night. pleannt Plc-NI- o season will feoon be Tlio The Hartford BepuWIcan 1'ilnt bills for the Pic-Nl- hor. Lt c. new blacksmith. ,has recently addod a About three car loads of crushed rock power gasoline engine to his luive been hauled from Hartford depot connection plant, and will he used In nnd placed on the Hartford and Beaver with bis corn mill. DaVn pike, which was badly needing repairing.. In all there will be about ten Col. C. M. Harnett returned Wednesday morning from Los Angeles, Cal., where car loads of rock Scattered on the pike ho had been on business for several .week this spring. The rock Is .being furnish Ho was accompanied liome by his brother ed by the Hartford Stone & Construc tion Co., and the work is being superln Bev. George W. Barnett. tended by Eta. B. S. Chamberlain. You would be burprlsed to see what useful articles can be had In the 10c deMr. S. P. Render returned to his home Hardware at Lawton, Okla., laRt week afftcr spendpartment of S. Living's Store, Hartford. Step In and ee fcr ing several weeks here with Col. T. J. 33tf. yourself. Smith and family. Mr. Render, was called Como Chicken nnd Hen Feed tho mort homo ta account of ."business tranractlons economical .feed for your poultry. More and since that time he lias sold ilils large electric light plant In that city for eggs. Less cost. Sold by. u tho sum of $130,000. He also owns Merrfiant, W. E. ELLIS, Produce large laundry and lee plant in Lawton. Hartford, Ky. J2U Mrs. Render and lltttle son will remain Whoa you contemplate buying hardware here for some time. farming implements of any kind, re you money. The demonstration af tlvo New Perfec member I can save S. L. KING. tion oil atove nt S. L. King's hardware SOtf Hartford, Ky. store Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday by Miss Alice R. Hullng representing Before you 'buy Paint tills spring g'lt the makctH, tho Standard Oil Co., was a "our below" wholesale prices on paint. success in every particular. The merits We ore not going to handle paint .after and economy of tho stove were proved t this season. crowds tho entire satisfaction ct the OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. which attended during the three days When in need of anything usually kept MIsm Hullng was here. SDellcIous lunch hardware store, romeai-be- r es were serve?! each day. In an can cave you money on each aad I Deputy Sheriff S. O. Keivvn, of Beaver S. L. KING, every purchase. Dam, left Hnrtford Monday afternoon Hartford, Ky. 33tf Orphan for tho Kentucky Children's When you need a Disc Harrow, Culti- Home, having hi custody Don, 7. Carrie. vator, Con DrlU of Plow all kinds 12 nnd Myrtle Malnes, 9, ths children of Bongo Cook Stove or New Perfection .Shook Malnes. It Is wild that the fath Oil Stove call on J5. L. King, Hartford, er neglected to provide' for Ills family 39tf. and be supplied at a bargain. and the children will bo given n home at AGKNTS-ateams- hlii Disaster. at Louisville. Maiucs was aiveited Titanic City and brought Uere Satur Complete, Authentic. Biggest book, Best Central Terms. Sample book JOc. Address, Na- day, when a charge was placed against wife him for falling to provide. His tional Publishers (Established 17) Lak-Bfwas with tho children and went with 4113. Building, Chicago. them to the train nt Heaver Dam. There will be a stercAptloan lecture at neur Taffy, on tho Mt. iloilah church, The "Devil's" Market. ntghfa) of May 22 nnd J, for the bene asked: The editor was busy when eamo fit ot the Methodist church. The quesentertainment will bo at Beech Valley "How aro the markets?'1 and the tion was Immediately referred to tho 21. on May 20 and office devil who looked wise and said: Among our cullers Saturday were Messrs "Voung men steady; girls are llvtily an.l It O. Williams, Ceraho; W. J. Miller, In demand; pnp.us firm but declining: route 2, Hartford; J. A. Johnson, route numas 'Unsettled and waiting for .higher 7; G. W. Drane; John W.Sanderfer route cgus bids; coffee considerably ml.vt-d- ; T. 3; U. S. Condlt, route 7; and W. iiulct but expected to open soon; whiskey T. Keown, of near Fordsvllle. utl'l golag down; onions strong; banana EGGs"FOR SAX,E-Sln- sJe Comb Buff slippery; yeast tislng; bouts und tho33 Orpington Chickens, and Indian Runner thoso on market sold and are constantDucks. Orpington ergs "5 cents per 15. ly going up and down; hats and cans not' so high as last ynar, exctmt foolscap, Duck esg 75 cents per 13. which la stationery; hlUer Is close, but MRS. C. A. WILSON, ' not close enough to get hold of." R. P. V. No. J, Olaion, Ky. Zitt ten-hor- s&ss9$$ss$ft;$rSfwro TRANSFER From Hartford te Beaver Dam and Return Splendid car meets all trains. Telephone or call at our stable when you want to leave. COOPER GR8F EENRT IS HADE FAR YEAR Decrease of 17 Per Cent In Acreage of Wheat That Was Sown S6 CO. gtsflisgcsssaaasssssassssi portions of Kentucky, wjille In othorpor-lion- s above an average condition is reported. Applee, S6.6 per cent; peaches. 3.1 per cent; pears, 79 per cent; plum, 83.5 per cent; cherries, 81.1 per cent; grapes, S9.1 per cent. The condition ot the strawberry crop Is &0.3 per cent. Condition of live stock la reported as hardly being up to the average. Gross conditions aw unusually good. Tho loss from hog Uiolera for .the los,t itwelvr months Is 7.3 per cent. "The flood district of Kentucky his brought down tho geneial average of all crops more or less, oh many fields o w.heat and oats were reported as behur ent,rely rulnca as tho TvM " floH . conditions. In many suctions rain hus Interfered even with Uie planting ot gardens, and some reports show no potn toes planted yet, While ,tlie entire re. ports for tlio Stato Is 82.7 per cent for potato acreage. in Fall. Frankfor.t, JKy Zlsiy 13. Commissioner fewjnun toJay (save out of Agriculture tho crop report for the year up to May 1. U follownj TJib crop report for May. rendered an tho coiuUtlouH exUtlner May 1, shows jx decreased acneago ot wheat originally per sown In Kentucky last fall, 91.1 cent, of average wop. Thhi spring here has bocn abandoned 7.G per oc,nt. of this original acreage, leaving U.S per cent, "Tho Juno crap report will sjiow tho of on averuge croj in acreage. CondiDie corn Is 79 por cent, condition total acreago of corn, oats and potatoes, tion .of barley 72.5 per. and no effort has been inado to obtain of rye W.2 par cent., SX.C per cent. There has been the total acreage of theso crops owlnj ceait, oats but Uttle corn planted, nnd only 31.1 to tho lateness of the season." per cent, of tho plowing, a great deal of Marriage License. which was ilono last fall. U repented. The fol'owJng man luge license have boo "The unusual amount of rainfall ha.i Interfered materially with tlio sowing ot Issued hlnue our lost Issue. oats and with tlio plowing of corn. The Homer Martin to Itota Taylor, Haii-forroute 6. '. Indlaated acreage of coin liaws an un usually largo crop planted, but whether Marvin Htnes to Iva Lee Uenson, Heaweather conditions will permit this, is ver Dam. yet to be determined. The Indlrntcl Urn est Litsey o Bada Arnold, Horso acreage of dork tobacco Is 6S.2 per cent, DrauUi. Hurley acreage U 96 per cent. and tho Condition of tobacco beds In tho dark Now is Uie time to get rid of your district is given as 93 6 pvr cent, and rheumatism. You can do It by applying of the beds for Burley tobacco ii.l Chamberlain's Unlmpnt ami mnvunr.in,- cent. the parts froely at each apjJIcatlon. For ome tale by all dealers. I'racUcally all fruit Is killed In , tn d, pr . 4Wt . f la mf a , , .K:r!rW IDixeotory Ceunty Oriio ion-eiK- .s KtwwiwfcWM'.. ,.-- ;n i u , tf a offrk. Tour gradual'y on whlM1-v- d tlilolc whites of 2 egg. Heat till cnoush to' spread. MAltSltMALLOW niOSTINO. IS COMMANDER Hent 2 tablespoons milk and 6 I'oll 6 minsupar over lives In double hollstlrrlnfT. ute without 60,000 in Attendance at the er heat 4 pound cut m.irxliinallow. When very soft add 2 tablespoons bolt-In- n Meeting of the Boys in cook till smooth. Jleat in water, keep hcutlni? till partly URir; hot Gray. teapoon extract vanilla cool, add Use nt once. Bennett llNGMSH DIIMOHT. Macon, Oa., Mny lO.-today wns Tut through tlio meat chopper one and H. Young, of Louisville, pounds of beef. Season with elected commander In clilcf of tlic Unl-te- .l reunion salt, pepper and butter, riu.ee In tlio Confederate Vcternn?, In liere, for tlio onsulns year, to succeed form of n. loaf In a bnklnqr pan. Over It dressing. Ilrcail Gen. C. Irvlno Wnllscr, of Charleston, S. spread the following C, who succeeded to tlio office upon tlio crumbs reasoned With salt, popper, saiie, death of Gen. U. Gordon, who dledshor' butter and mixed oit with warm water ly after his election nt the last reunion. or meat stock. Spread an Inch or two Opposed to Gen. YounK In the election thick over the meat and dot with butter. were Gen. Walker and Gen. Van Znnt, In one end of the pan place onions which of Tcsas, but so well were the forces have been previously boiled hud seasoned of Gen. Young marshaled that his vlcto-r- y Bake a half hour, or until dressing is was comparatively easy. Tlio honor browned. DUTCH CABBAGE. came to tlio Kcntucklan, however, only For ono hend of cabbage cut very flno that a spirited campaign among the delegates, and ho was overwhelmed with allow one large spoonful of pork dripcongratulations after tho final vote was pings, ono cupful rich sweet cream, cupful vinegar, a want tenspoonlul announced this morning. nt of sugar nnd salt nnd pepper to season. Gen. Young's vlctoiy came partly which city Put the pork drippings Into a round botthe expense of Louisville, sought the next reunion of the veterans. tomed Iron pot, and when hot add the Vhcn It was seen that Gen. Young's cream. When boiling stir, hi slowly tho candidacy might be endangered If Ken vinegar, then add the cahngc with p.ilt, tucky sought both tlio office of coalman- - popper and sugar. Cook about twenty and the reunion of 1011, minutes, but not until .the cabbage turns Gen. W. B. Haldeman nrtd others who red. If tho cabbage dries out before It had charge of tho .campaign, for Louis- Is tender add a little more mill; or watiC ville decided not to place the Kentucky This Is an old PeiinsyUaniu dish. SALTltlSING BREAD. metropolis In Humiliation for next year's In Tako one cup of fresh sweet ml'.k nnd reunion, and thus aided materially boll It; then take enough corn meal to advancing Gen. Young's cause. Tho title of honorary commander wai make n stiff batter and pour tho boiling mill; over It. Beat It thoroughly. Let it conferred on Gen. C. lrlno AVall.er, then the nest commander of the Confederate vei. sa over night to iisi crans. Seven thousand veterans were In morning take a urinrt of warm water and make a thick batter.addlng enough flour the parade this afternoon. 1'ully attended tho reunion. The sponsors' ball to make it stiff. Set in a warm place to rise. When light, pour Into the Hour tonight ended the reunion. tiay, add u little more warm water, a Cannot be Cured. pinch of Kilt and a teaspoonful of sugar. By local applIcAtlons, as they cannot Knead out Into loaves and put Into bread reach the diseased portion of the car. pans to I rue. When light, place in a There Is only ono way to cure deafne, moderately hot oven; bake thirty minand that Is by constitutional remedies. utes. This is a very quick way to make by an Inflamtd conDeafness Is caus-clight bread. dition of tho mucous lining of the EusCOOKING TOUGH STEAK. tachian Tube. "When this tube Is InflamWhen steaks are so tough that they ed you have a rumbling sound or Imper- must be pounded to be idlble, cook them fect hearing, and when It Is entirely as a frlcnsse. After pounding, ilt and closed, Deafness Is tho result, and un- pepper the steal; ami dredge It heavily less the Inflammation can be taken out with flour. Place two tahletpoonfuls of this tube restoied to Its normal condi- dilpplng or other frying material In a tion, hearing will be destroyed forever; heavy lion frying pan, and when it Is nine cases out of ten are caused by CM smoking hot lay the steal; in carefully tarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflamed and cook well on the one side before condition of tho mucous surfaces. g turning as when fish. When We will glvo One Ilimdred Dollars for quite done, remove to the back of the any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) range, where It will keep hot; cover that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh closely and let remain theie for at least Cure. Send for circulars, free. ten minutes. This method will make any F. J. CHENUY & CO., steak tender, and Is the best for round Toledo, O. steaks and flanks. Sold by all druggists, 75e. USES FOR COTTON WASTE. Take Hall's Family llls for constipaWatch a man facing the problem of tion, m grease, with his motor. He lias one unfailing remedy cotton waste. If tho machine needs cleaning, he produces his bunch of waste; If there Is dripping to ' j; HOUSEHOLD HELPS the floor a handful of waste removes It. If his hands are greasy, he doesn't uss a good towel, and then try to wash it; he uses cotton waste and burns It when it will absorb no more. If women who BAKEIt'S SOFT ICING. do their own work would go to the nearwith est hardware store and buy this InexBoll 2 cups granulated sugar 1 cup water without stirring ,tlll It ropes pensive cotton waste, they would find when dropped from fork. Take nuckly their labors much lessened. Tlie Bauce-pafrom fire, let stand untouched till blood-waror the greasy frying pan, If wipe! Beat till thick as soft dough.take with the waste soon after being taken In liana and knead till soft, smooth, and from the stove, will need nothing moro creamy. Pack covered glass and Uwp than rinsing. And dishwashing would bo cold p'ace. To use, put In some bowl, made easy If all greasy and sticky dishes till were wiped off with waste before eet In hot water, stir constantly g eoft enough to Flavor nnd use. washed. Good Housekeeping. Will keep Indefinitely. BOSTON BROWN UltE.YD. BOILED ICING. Sift together a cupful each of graham Boll one cup granulated Minor with 2 flour, white flour and whlto Indian meal cup water till It lopos when dropped and a teuspoonful of fine salt. Sift thre from fork, l'our gradually over stiff times to Insuic even inKing. Set down whipped whites of 2 eggs, beating hard. near tho fire In a large bowl wjillo you Add flavoring and use at once. waim by setting over the fire In a double CHOCOLATE WATEIt ICING. boiler a cupful of milk nnd u small"!' In stir In an even teaspoonful Melt three ounces fine chocolate of baking water until creamy. Boll soda. Take from tho fire nt once, add a a few .... granulated kugar with 1 cip cu.,ru, bollln,r ,.,.,, ,,nllr ,ntri 2 cups stlirlng till it can be cupful of molasses. When they aro hot water without rolled in soft ball between flngeis In low In the nilddlo of the mixed flour. Da. cold water. Take fire, stir for this gradually, woikliig down from tlo flour slightly from tho sides Into the liquid until you a moment till It becomes cloudy. Add chocoluto and uso ut hn a thick batter. Beat ten m.lnutes once on cake. with a wooden spoon and tin it Into a PLAIN ICING. g buttered pudding mold wlthu closuly Whip whlto of 1 egg till frothy. Add top. Set In n pot of hot water; bring ono teaspoon cold water, then 1 quickly to tho boll and keep this up for at a time, sufficient sltteil thrco houis. Should the water In the sugar to make stiff enough outer kettle get low replenish from tho to spread. l'laor us desired. boiling teakettle. P.OYAL ICING. At the end of three hours limit out Put whites two eggs In a bowl, add tho mold and set, unopened, In tho oven one tablespoon sifted confectioners' bu. for ten minutes to dry the outside of the gar, beat 3 minutes. Add another luif. This done, dip for a second Into tablespoon sugar, beat again, (continue cold water to loosen the bread and ,turn till Icing Is very stiff and glossy, add out. Wrap Jn a napkin and serve. lug one teaspoon lemon Juice. Spread on cake, let stand till dry. Great building Falls. WATER 1CINO. When Its foundation la undermined, and water add If tho foundation of health-go- od To 2 tablespoons boiling dlgo. enough confectioners' sugar to mako Hon la attacked, quick collapso ful. enough to spread. thick Add any lows. On tho first fclcns of Indigestion, flavoring dcjslred. Dr. King's Now Life Pills should bo taken to tone the stomach and regulate MAPLE SUGAR FROSTING. maple sugar liver, kldncs and pound broken Boll Pleasant bowels dissolved easy, safe and only 25 cents with 3 tablespoons water till at all .juid thick enough to rope when dropu- - dxuegUu. bi GEN. B. YIUNG cd rom WJi QYSMEOW JLXu table-spoo- Filly Ocn. one-ha- lf aEKHhlH 1 I Circuit Court T. F. Blrkhcod, Judge; Ben D. Bingo, Attorney; W. P. Mldklff, Jailer; E. G. llarrnss, Clerk; F. L. Felix, Master Commlsloner; 11. T, Collins, Trustee Jury Vund: T. II. Black, SherHAHTFOIID, KY. Ktown, iff, Hartford. Deputies-- S. O. Heave r Dam, G, 1', .lom., Jloulo o, Hail Will tirrtetico his profession In U1I9 ford, W. 1'. Uirp, Koshu', Court f li bt Monday In thruuiy and con nnd ndJuInJug ootinUca. Coinmrclol tlnues three weeks, thud .Monday In A ill. twj weeks, tlilid Moml.iy In UUober and Criniiual Practices a. Specialty. two weeks. County Court. It. It. Wedding, Judge; W. S. Tlnslcv. Clerk. C. E. Smith. Al- torney, llarllord. Couit convenes first Monday In each month. quarterly ejuuiterly Court-Beg- ins on the fourth Monday In February, May, Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law J. 1 Barnes & SsRSg-Sss- .. ,uii -- one-ha- lf '' " 3rd 3rd Court of Claims Convenes first TuesIn January and Hist Tuesday In October. Other County Offlcerr-- C. S. MoxSey, Surveyor, FordsWIle, Ky., It. F. li. No. i; llernurd I eiix ,Assesrur, Han- ford, Ky., It. F. D. No. 2; Henry Leach, Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. U. llllcy, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COUUTS. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March, Tucsduy after 3rd Monduy In June, Tuesdv" 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after aftr 3rd Monday In December. ....,, .... en, ... . . . i? ci newieu.iy alter j.u.i 3rd Monday w.t March, Wednesday after in 3rJ iloniluv- In September. Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December. . John tf Mil.... li. ..,!, ...... Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith day timl C. E. MfAsrs. W. II. IJ.irn SniiUi announce that Uiy lvavo Jorm-- a jKirUkrli'j) Xcr U10 eouoral iTnc-Uc- e of Uv, exc ipt criiuliuvl and dvor cues, .Mr. Smith biJiig County Attorney is frout practicing such ccasxj. Mr. Uariius will individually OftlfAd in accent such practio. Hartford Itepubllcan building, ILai't-tor- d, Ky. -- ,.. Monduy June, Friday Monday In September, Friday ofter 3rd after 3rd Monday In December. MotlduV In In Mnri.h I.VI.I..V f.... Say tn'",?.Wn.' . Sn!"r'V r HARTFORD, - KT. l f: ,l.uruay ter 3r,l M.-l'l'"," "" "t".' oaiurujy utter ?pr ."?nMay Will practice his profession In all th f' S'Ptember. Saturday In I). ,....,,1..... Courta of Ohio and adjoining; counties, t001?' Uenfruw Tuseday after and In the Court of Appeals. Also Notary Public. Office over First National ?iI'-u- Attorney at Law YANCYL.MOSLEY, IS NVoTnfbe.r?'l,lSdUy kfttti.lt-- ef after "tho second "' Wednesday after InU .Monday hi "lay nr,cr 3r' Monday In AubuVi w'.Ulesinf 'n?raI.tl,!,l0,l!:'u'.,I "mi M?,'.lJ,ay 1 1 In fn ii a ' si ... Vt """ . Bank. m Wm feSwSr.'a.a a as: Sifia rul 3!',,(;rowc' HAHTFOIID POLICE COUUT. J'ldne; Jolin U. Wilson. -- Tuesday after TliuraU.iv iifti.r " iuKus'. Thuraduy at r in .S'o ember. I,;Vr,,s .Mulcll '. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HART ORD tion. SPECIALTY. OTroc.JIAUTI.I S. - Ohio County , Y. All Matters Given Prompt Atten- PENSION AFFIDAVITS month. ,.Cilty1,C,1',Uncl,l.TJ'. V." Deafness fine Stallions and Jacks will be found at the following My NOTICE Vou"cl!-i:ol- ert Hoov-- i er,tri, '""i lor. J. n. '. Mooiu. Fred Cooler. W. J &m. -. M. Harnett, ciialr. "Ji- ),l 1 !) " '' uuujr in caeii WHIIanw. JUKHNNKT j. cea Tiiuiiu,. Tr5. n-I- Martin & McKeme) Hartford, Ky. ItCMQIOUS an.!' f'rst a'"1 third Sun-da- y e.icli month. Sunday School '"eethiK- eiery Wednes-da- i y evenliiK-- . He v. V. Joiner Uaptist Church-SerM- cts T. every Vunduy 9mJ"n"S.an,.-,!.yenl".. Su"''"y School - Je.hlf c" iBMln? evcry SE11V1CE8. nionrInB b'""tJi-Servi- General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. points: My fine standard trotting bred stallion ALEX H. Register No. 37012, will make the season of 1912 at Whitesville in Daviess county Ky., at the Old Mill Barn. Season, 15.00. Alex H. is a fine Horse has no equal as an individual or breeder. mlJJ eVenlnj:" Chrlstlan TU?n " "' '"' J1' "' pallor. Cliurch-Seri- "K ccs Ul,lcr '"' 1 "' " t: In. lTy WcJ- every fourth Vh1V.5',,.V.rc?rrvice-."- t " "' Sunday Scoolilu. SECItET f.mluA Vn meets fliKf nn.i .i,i,.i" Kej-bton. wkt Sunday In U"a ? P' ,0' and cough kill?the LUNG8 CURE Dr. King's New Discovery WITH SOCiETIES. pan-tryin- Hartford each moVh.ven F. Foreman .Secretary. llunterr."'.1 110. V,' X' r e. . .A-- i!l v.; ChapterT' No. It. A. M.. tium Moore'lllBlUTlMt; Secretary. LIBERTY WOOD, is 5 year old jack and has 3-3-- I , proven himself a sure foal getter and fine breeder he has some colts foaled this spring, 5 and 7 don't take our word, but see the colts for yourself and you will fall in love with him. $10.00 to insure colt to stand and suck. Hartford Chapter No. t metis Kcrnml nml r.i .!. St. O. E S ini?',i Mr',S' Anderson, W. M. Ml"a Secretary. PvM,h?h J ver. LoJse No' uo- - Knlehta of raCfflSPjSSHs. AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. It'll melfl Tent No. 99, K. O. . t'frv fir, on. I .t.i-- .. m T. Sf ' njjjht W . II. Oillesple, Commander, L. i: Mrnian wuim.,1 Sunshln ...,w Vn ji t 4, rjt m ..... Hlia w. Jl..1 . meetn pvcrv tim.t nnl i.f .i n.i.i i i.1-- & S. ' C- - eery - J' Tuenday 'N'ty iilslit. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY! OS MONEY REFUNDED. fe,?SL0.?l!jj nclHm?.liVl;''-c'.'lVoUa- Itecord Keipen'"- "Um ..A'iW flriran.Lady - TEMPEST my fine saddle and harness stallion will make the season of 1912 at my stable in Fordsville, Ky., at 10.00. Tempest is a fine Horse black 1G hands high 2 white feet, star in forehead;he goes all of the gaits with style and action and has a track record pacing and trots in less than 3 minutes; he never was defeated in a show ring and lias been awarded many fane) prizes. 2-- 32 Jay uiiiq night ""; inue n, iUcordr t2-In- ot Hartford Camp, , o. W. No O' meets eiery hetond and tourth SatuidTiy nlKlit In each month. Consul Commaii. "lvllUa,: 'lerk, W. C. Wallace""""' I'reston Morton Post No. 4, a. A. It.. Ihi 8fi.BUr "'"V"4-'- Saturday before i,0"day In each Ash-fn?.i M. tt iI1""" Commander; J. month.Itogera,i Golden Itulo Grove, Woodmen of tho - Grand jso. iw. imp. Ordr Ilad In each month. Ellis w4Vi4ktj c- Nob' WILIURR.SMITI HIUSINESSCOLlElEi lr "" PBrMMr.s"nu 1u Sr. lBlfllj. irMitirnt n In f Bu8lneu,Phoaogrtphy TYPEWRlTINGand BOOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY nil titnklDK biularM. lira 32 rdnratlng Id.ao .uun turn una .nm.D inr nrrepi. mrMloltt nw. rrn nrruwrlrnc mrfntll irr """I" ". UITH, Lslatin, Ky. " BW' W11CI .V.'.1?' m.,s 'vtr: fct't'n,' "'d " i r u,"r ; ".'.'J; nVS". S. CiW". ." jus. li. u. Pendleton, Clerk. ' t?,l$ Electric Bitters 8ucceed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. si, ""'iui, CHICAGO PRIDE, my noted breeding jack known as S.J.Baker & Sons jack of Patesville,Ky. He will also make the season of 1912 at Fordsville, A. M. B. of S. at 810.00. He is I5i hands high standard measure black with white points weighs 10G8; fine bone and body. Now if you are interested in breeding please make investigation of the above named stallions and jacks and you find them a clean bred lot of stallions and jacks. All colts are insured to stand up and suckjmoney due when colt is ioaled or mare parted with. ..... Stcretary.Treusu:cr-- S. D. Kump, Indianapolis, Ind. State Officers: II. M. Fromun, Carroll county, Pres. 1. T. llarrctt, Henderson county Vice President. 8. U. Itobertson, McLean county, s. Sec-Trea- National Officers Pretldent-F. Sharp. Narrows. Ky. Vice President J. ji. Woods. FOR KIDNEYsLIVERAND STOMACH TROUBLE k i the best medicine ever toll over a druggist's counter. Warren county, State Organizer. C. C. Allen. Henry county, and Lat-tl- e Gruves, Allen county, Assistant state organizers. Hoard of Directors. Ben Watson, Warren county; C. M. Harnett, Ohio county; A. II. llrooks, Urackcn county; 11. K. I. Hay, Hardin county, and J. F. Doss, Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officers: H. L, Stevens, Pres., Heaver Pam.Ky. Henry Pirtle, Sec. Hartford, Ky. D. Ford, TreaB.. Hartford. Ky, O. P. rtoemer, riUiBUSS f SPECIAL OFFER: A trial U IU K YOU -- SEEDS' ium Buacurs succeea 1 11 Pliu ratlcrtbui nuk.iT Tannin iUVI . iiNiuunaiiiMitoMi tb flnMt I Tirals, T ipltndM M to-da- y; our Mrminenft euitamAr. I Bstlstw. null U t ttn.,.lwtwi., iite- -i nnttiM O.U., UU TWl. to til. Writ table-fcpoo- n, John Greenwell, the noted stallion and jack man, will handle Alex H. and Liberty at COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford.Ky. L L. B. Tlchenor, Hartford, H. F. D. No. 5. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. S M. S. Patterson. Olaton, Ky. 4. B. L. Alford. White Itun. Ky. 5. Richard Plumer, Taylor Mlnes.Ky. . J. L. Brown, Itockport. Ky. SEND IO CENTS nas "!iK Mi " tMi tku TtUtki TJT.z.JirvzzrxfVTiJnv"t sj . "j.'.y. s rw.w. i -f ""-"- Mentha thlt Paptr. AAMAMMMMAAAMWrVW .1 i kM.W,fctttM,W8,,'l f MMBgU "POSITIONS Tempest and and Chicago Pride will be in care of Atiiom rvu Jm -- k umruL, jCgzsArenffernsAjrf flusmess)fanMfstraft9i m . m C. E. Miller, FORDSVILLE, KY. . .i. " . Bi AVrxmjAtirjj. 2 249 B9wm Greesr, Jfy. mSOTMWiOilm . kwm0 tit-mnxf. li , POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS Is pirt r oluht-liou- Children Cry for Fletcher's NOW $16,200,000 tho I of tho plan to establish the diy In the mental trades along iflc com. Several Small Cities Have Larger Deposits Than Big Pop- yL GENUINE The Kind You Dave Always Bought In Use For Over VHr a WebsterS New h The Photo Ungrnvors' International Union during IJdl Issued sIk charters to new subordinates; there was u gain Vnlilgnton, May 13. l'imli on four banks on March of 2T niembcis and thero wro In 7,101 io'tnl avlni Tlio Kind You IIuvo Ahrnys Vonglit, nntl which lias liccn 31 hho for over )0 yearn, lias bornotlic ftitrnatiiru oJ lat n?itr'?at"tl $1C,3W,W), tusconllns sttlkes, one of which was won and three nml lias liccn tuntlo under Ills peraro pending. The cost of strikes was lo statistics undo ptiUllo today by ffl-?-- sonal KiipLTvlsIon nlnco Its infancy. General Hitchcock. Of this amoiin ?3I,IC3. f'CCtcAtte Allow no one to deceive von In this. f6.l3,Ml was on ilnposlt In thirty-tw- o All Counterfeits, Imitations and ".TtiMt-us-Koot- l" are but An agreement has been reached Uxnci-iiui'iitt'ltlt"", each having a iiopulatlon of more tliat trlflu with and endanger the health of of tho International Brotherhood Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. tlmn lW.t'X). Tedcra. lllacksmltlis and tho Western r.mlc which New York nml Chicago, tlon of Miners whereby there hnll bo rcpcctlvoly flrxt and seconil in an Interchange of working cards beoccupy tins famo relative rank tween the two organisations without adCnstorla Is ft liarin1essn1stltHto for Castor Oil, PareIn amount of depoJltx, tnahidlni? I'.rook-ly- n ditional expense to tho members. goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. is pleasant. Tha M n part of New Vork. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic amount on deposit lu New Vork Is back Is usually caused by rheutuibslnncc. Its afro is Us guarantee. destroys Worms 301,Cs3. and in matism of the muscles of the back, for In llro'dclyn, icn,5v", mid allays Fevcrl.slincss. Tor more thnn thirty years JW.SIl, to that, ocludlnp; which you will find nothing better than Clitcaso lias heen in constant for thu relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, nil Teething Troubles and UrooUyn, Chlcaso ranks ahfrad of New Chamberlain's I.lnlmeut. 1'or sale by all regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, IMarrluea. m dealers. York. assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. vari Great differences appear nmon? Tho Children's Fnuaccn Tho Mother's Friend. ous cities Willi roncct to rank In popu Contest. A dtpolls. lation and rank lu postal in the May Woman's Homo In popuPortland, Ore, twenty-elshtt- h appears nn Interesting account of a deposits; St. Paul, lation, Is. third In contest tin'.d early lart great Is fourth twenty-'d.Nt- h In population, consummer In Worcester, Mass. It Is eleventh San Francisco In deposits; a number of good suggestions tains CincinIn size, and fifth In deposits; which various communities might well In size, and sixth in nati Is thirteenth put Into operation this year. Fallowing deposits; Philadelphia, third In size, and Is an cstraet from tho description: sevBaltimore, "' olennlh In deposits; the "Tuesday morning, June 20, 1911, J In dei' in size, and enth to $ho fact city of Worcester awoke sli posits, and St. Iyus, fourth In files was On, tlial a Cwritiiilglt and tenth in ileroslts. for the Worcester Teiosrain had pubopened in Tho number of accounts lished this oftor: 'Tho Tct'cgram here-wit- h thirty-eight- h la from March ranges offers 153 prizes, amounting to $iw0 THf CCNTUR COMPANY, TT MURRAY STRUT. NtW YORK CITY. and Rochester to J.OK in New York In total, to those living In the city of Wor which 1,3".S In Urooklyn, Other cities yoars of cestir.and less than twenty-on- e show over COO accounts opened In Maro ago, v.iio brings to Tho Telegram office, Boston, are Chicago, 1.1TT;, Portland, in accordance with tho dates and hours ,Z2. The number of accounts during the given, the largest number of quarts or month varies from seventeen in Atlanta, dry and unmlsed barrels of house-fileto l.OM In New York. with other Insects, and unmixed with GUARANTEE you n position if you will the any An annljsls of tho figures for us ronl soon. Wo noed many more other foreign matter, as follows:' tuo enormous demand nt once to supplyas we number of accounts opened to dtite and contest were Then tho details of the trot the required for our irradunteB. As eoon the number remaining open on March given. There ucro numberorstudents this offer will bo withdrawn. So two hundred and three-fltth- s wrlto at onco for particulars. 31 shows that In every city thirty-tw- o contestants, and sixteen mil opened or more of the accounts lion flies wero caught. Tho winner of still remains open. the first prize, a boy of twelve, sot one WZi million two hundred nineteen thousand House for Sale in Beaver Dam. and slty-tlv- e flics.between tho evening COLLEGE A splendid cottage In the llcnder ad- of Juno EM and eight o'clock Thursday IlfCOIirOB.TKO QKO. VT. SCHWARTZ good night, dition In Beaver Dam, Ky., in LorjtSVirTjK. KY July 13th, when the conto3t rmtncirAit KRTintinRn mm condition, and including four town lots closed. aro for sale If sold at once. Kesldence "It was owing, probably, to Dr. ClifIs now being rcpapered. A bargain Is of- ton l Hodge of Clark University that fered. Call on or address. such a war was waged nt this time. Buckbee't "Full ol I.lle" Northern Grosw 13AP.NETT & FOSTDU, files, He has madiS a special study of Peilinretl Sfcds lave a triHitallnn ol ?Syr;irjot .ucccsslul scrd growing bclnnd llicm. Itpajit JUtf Hartford, Ky and is an authority on methods for thslf punt lie -Ills maxim Is, 'Don't otcrmlnatlon. Seasonable Specialties: DBANS . $3.30 Bushel chase tho fly: let It catch Itself.' He . Earliest Red Valtntine . . t.7$ Bushel KcIukcc Kxtra Early advocates tho use of traps attached to New htrinclcss Grn Pod ti.70 Kushct garbage-ca- n of tho Jiome, this .being Imp. KMney Wax U y Bushel Wailuell's INTERNATIONAL' Notes from the Labor World. $ the headquarters l)als New White Was . . J4.7J Bushel the of tho fly. A haT.e Curric's Bust I'rool Wax . & jo Bushel PEAS. . Syio Bushel about three inches in diameter should . Extra Early Alaska and, at equil $5 50 Bushel be made In the New Early Clratlus Ilorslord's Market Garden . fj.50 Bushel distances on the edge of this hole, three Usckbcc's Lightning Express J5.00 Bushel s. THE MERWAM WEBSTER? Lettuce, Rtdlih, Tomato and a full line el small holes should be lored In which the Seeds, Hants ana uulbs ai lowest growing prices. Became !t to KEW CBEA- wires of the trap aro put to hold It In S:nd (or comnlete catalocue or submit a list of . . ..r" your requirements ana win quoie pnees. cities of Wc,UIn?- - place over tho targo hole. Tho New Zealand Leave tho Held of tho world's thought, Buy direct Irom the grower Sa e Money, action and culture. The only ton and Christ Church have elected labo cover ralsed.and the flies enter the can, write louay. meniion mis paper. new unabridged dictionarr iB Mayors. and,, after gorging themselvos.they seek mny years. 12GS BackbcSt., the light coming through the screen of, RKkford Strt Firei. Rwifors.Ia define over 400,000 Oh June 3, at Boston, 3Iass., the Broth. Beeaue on tho top of tho cover, and Words; more than ever tho Hallway Clerks will liold Its erhood of beforo appeared between two so are caught. covers, ajoo l'age. 6000 XX annual Conxentlon. JuMtrutloa$. 'Other methods are to place the trap Tho International Transport Workers' on the outsldo of screen doors, or on fUemmmm It ia the on tr dictionary with tho new divided ox. the edgo of the box containing tho Federation lias now a membership page. A "Stroke of Genius." but Doctor Hodge says to keep ceedlns 230,000 men. promptlr oblalael In "iJ TRADEMARKS all oouutritf. or no obtain PATENTS RoriBut It is an encyclopedia in to the earbage-ca- n sstem, and all the . ft alngle volume. THAT PAYj ulrrrtiw tliem tboroucUlr, our All the men who aro working on ranche files In tho neighborhood of tho home ijienM, aa luelp xuu to succewL gciul iroiltL 1'hoW or lif tctj for FREE report '8 aooepted by the In tho vicinity of Fresno, Cal., aro be Recant will be taken, as It Jias been found that SO on tnubtlltjr. practbe. BUM Courts, Schools and Ing PASSING RIFCRENCM. ForfrMUuMt Freaa aa tie one supreme an tho insects as a rule travel no farther Iitiok on I'rofltn'jlp l'atcnii writ to thority. OS-SO-S Tho first protest against convict Jabor than five hundred yards. Those having WASHINGTON, D. C. ho who knows Wtaa should use some scented was made by a convention of mechanics no garbage-ca- n Sueoeaa. Let ua tall banana-peelmilk, .bread, you about this new work. In baltj such as which was held lu Utlca, N. - Y., fish, etc. to attract tho files." flWI. aawM ammm V Mum L mW mm HH n Th" b noral secretary of the United TeMIl" Workers of America bIvm out tho t.itmctit that 85,009 textllo work- cts liao recently received an ndvanro of il per cent. In their wqbcs. This was obtained without strike. ml-va- SUPPOSE Your Residence or Business Should Burn Tonight vi X X ulation Centers. iNSKSSvSJU lu 0&9. s ,0 - IS IT INSURED? Better look after that Insurance A few dollars may mean hundreds or thousands to you. To be sure you get the best protection place it with 1'oit-tnatt- cr NOWi ' Whatjs CASTORIA It It jiopu-lallo- n, t ! It uo it It t Ney Poster J. 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Inr entlon Is probably Datwitlaii-ommuiiicft- on Patauta lions acrltt y couOdsutlaL. HaMBOM Oldaat asaner for aacnrinc naieius. ot I'aiaaxa lasau surouau nhw. a w . reesiTt tiMiAl matit. without obarg. lu tb . CoPV"iaHT AC iZiZrd.r'SuiWMvt.m Praailaa 1....1 ritoi or"com "tu h ' . w'a" vrnw ntlUUklMAMSlA .- 4 holssl (a. WMHIHtTC During tho year 1911 the Boot and Shoo Money in Early Tomatoes. 0 Workers' International Union paid It Is the first tomatoes on the marfor sick, disability and death ket that brings Uie good prices, and the claims. raising of early tomatoes is pomethlng eveiy farmer and truck gardener should A strlko Is on at K'lrkenlioad.Ervg., to bo Interested in for that reason. After enforce a demand for a raise In tho wa selecting the earliest varieties, select a ges of tho englneers.about 2,000 men ,bo!ng ground mellow plot of ground,second-yca- r affected. being preferable, which should be enriche commercial fertilizer. At a meeting; of the Aberdeen (Scot- ed with land) Joiners It was decided to demand Garden manure Is often used, but In that itlie wages bo Increased from six- some Instances it causes rot among tho plants. When the plants begnl .to suckteen cents nn hour to eighteen cents. er to grow on oach plant, and when these Paul, have set with flowers or fruit top tho .Tho numbers' Union of St. Minn., obtained an agreement from tho plants and let no more suckers grow. master plumbers wheibey the Saturday Stako the plants as soon as high enough will shortly be inaugur- and do not permit the plants to fall over ated. on the ground. When staked the. fruit The .latest of workmen to organize are will ripen earlier, bo less apt to rot, Kng barmen. tho .London, In the bus. and will bo cleaner and above tho reach as of chickens, should they get into them. lost public houses the men work many as 105 or oven more hours every Pruning nnd topping ,vtlll give the earliest .tomatoes. .There are so many week, i varieties of tomatoes tliat It.ls The Socialist party In Hawaii demands not advisable to suggest any especltl higher wages, whlto labor employed and ono to tho prospective grower. The cat- shorter hours. Wages range from J1S to aloguo of any reputable seed ihousa will fh a month for the plantation laborer glv you much Information uiong the and far less for women and children. lines Uiat aro most popular. Four thousand of .tho 5,000 men emcamps ployed in railway oonstruotlon railway, along Uie Canadian Northern struck butwecn ltopo and Kamluops, Fw Imfcati and OMldna. recently to obtain higher pay and uhort-c- r Till KM YnMivi Always working hours. ISO,-00high-grady . Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, - Ky. Y. M. C. A. BLDQ., HARTFORD, KY. YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads Noteheads Envelopes Statements Cards And other printed forms are given CASTOR A I Bears Special Attenton In The Republican D A handaemslf Ulustratad waeklr. outalloil of uir actanlldo lournsil, elr. Mrseat 13 Taruit, a tal.C0a!"!!-r- .ll KanobVMcs. ( MM The pattern makers employed by the Job shops of Portland, Ore., aro o 4,ay. Tho strike strike for the elht-hou- r tt Wgaatuivof &tfL IniM Job Department. t . f " v "'"I ' ,v ji NEW HORROR FROM fe.k . l If 'Vi 'I M' SOUTHERN FLOOD RoVal Baking Powder Absolutely Purm f An T T Is what you desire for your relative who has passed away. Hundred Thousand People Homeless in Louisiana. 7,500 Acres of Land UnderWatcr From Crevasses in the Mississippi. New Orlein, May I. ApproNlnnt ly T,5W nqtinro mllis of Louisiana's Hud" are umlr w iter from orovnsses In tli Mllslipl nnd over liU") People hav been dili en from their homes from Arkansas almost to tho gulf nnd the crevasse Is tho most serious of ill It promles to nd nnother l.OuO sriuaie miles to the Inundated area. TonUht II j mella creino had wld the to about W feet nnd threatens destruction ot $23,00O,li0 worth of property. The tlelng of the ends awaits th? of the Mississippi decision tomorrow river commission. y The news of the break was spread night by couilers, by telegriph and telephone to the thousands of In the affected dlrtlct, and throius panic of women and children almost stricken sought refuge and safety on the levees with their hastily gathered bethe longings awaiting the coming of rescue boats. The Hvmella crevasse, which takes lt name from the Hnvl plantation. Is only a short distance below the 1903 of the same name. Today the lier is a foot higher than the 1903 crst. and a much swifter current Indicates that considerably more territory will be submerged. The secton affected Is dotbU ted with vast sugar plantation", sugar mills and productive truck farm''. A fleet of tugs and barges laden with of laborers and supplies, rushed out New Orleans by the United States engineers last nlcht was on the scene at da break. la 1 rip-Idl- Artistic Monument ' 1 JTHE GEORGIA MARBLE is the best on the market, Let mo show you samples ol it and and quote you low prices. All work guaranteed. No money clue until Monument is set up. Makes Home Baking Easy With minimum trouble and cost cuit, cake and pastry are made fresh, clean and greatly superior to the ready-mad- e, bis- Woodmen Monunaentty ei iDecieilty. M JAMES T.XSLen.tu.0ls.3rHartford, Representative - variety, is avoided. and danger of alum food dry, found-in-the-shop CANTON, GEORGIA. larger branches. Undesirable growth, removed early, will leave no scars and tho vltnllty of tho trees wilt .lie saved Soil for Late potatoes should be plowed In tho spring, harrow od two or tlireo times to prevent ccapo of soil moisture and again plowed and worked down fine before planting. The late potato crop goes Into tho ground nt n time when much of tho sol's mosttire Ins b"n lost by summer evaporation; hence, all means must be taken to keep as much as pos. slble of tho spring moisture in the soil, frequent and level cultivation wilt aid for Continental Marble and Granite Co. TEACHING IN RURALDISTRICTS Teachers Have Many Hard - Experiences. No Place is so Good for Character Building as The Experience Thus Obtained. as There la nothing Uko a year school to take teacher In n country the nonsense out of the city girl of what tue unil give her n seno known n.s the stern realities of life. up The usual city girl Is Her home from the world. Is as remote as n con-ven- t. She sees her father so out every morning anil return In tlnio for dinner, and she Is nware In a .13110 way that ho hpends the Inteival nt his off Ico or shop in some way earning a living. She knows that he .must work to make money, and that makes the household go; but alio does not fully comprehend irhat earning a Jiving and making money means. smoothly To her mind things run enough. The bills nro paid at the end of a of month, und till that the daughter the fimlly knows, tho father gets his money, .is the piophot got his bread, ravfrom the beaks of mlnlsteilng ens. hears The slrl attends school and about business and the world knowfull but has not that ledge ot It tint tomes only from Ingen-irall- y, graduanormal .school, she Is from tho narcd to solve some of the problems of life for herself. applyAfter dolus tho necessary ing, and bringing tho necessity pressure to boar sho obtains tho past of teachtwenty er in a school sltuited home any miles from the ne irost tow n of size. .sulphur tc.irs, but fcho goes forth, lull of hope and 'courage, ready to bravo whatever Ills btlde, Intending to loo licr woik as tho Institute lectur'eis siy citiy teacher ought, but not knowing exactly what Is aliead of her. As a builder of character the iii"ilt of teaching tu a country school Is tho fact that the teacher must stand on lier own feet. sevlc There la no homo In which to jefuge, no mother from whom to ask ted e. timate contact. however, having At last, jind determine her own duct. The teachci must do her own thinking courso of con- tho in Sho Is lodged, most likely, lioine of one of tho school tins toes; for the twenty dolku.s nhaiged for tho teach-j- i' "kuetp" Isj tho chlif .emolument Is to tho triistcevshlp and theru often a hot aigument to dutermlno which, tinstoe jlmll board tho tcumer. poor jjhl, Is not Shu herself, cou-bult- Sho cannot nffoid to offend her employe! 6. n And heio thu glil gets her first in tho art and necessity of "plajhig j)olIey." In tho seclusion of her city homo Jijie Wiis wont, perhaps, to djgpUo men that trimmed ami temporized und niir- -i to endured their Independence hi ordt-- r hold offlco 01 cinploimcnt. I.lko man; auotlui j;lrl, who has nothing to fear, hIic had a way of speak ing out hor ailud. Kho was not afiall of anvhody ami btorued tho piudciit counsels of liar .father when iio beggod her to ho moio for dwtful and not to nuko enemies lo-o- nothing. JJut noiv sho must be tli II to h?r trustees. of She must overlook their crudities where they bid dwell and manner To get a good Piano a real bargain Organs her. irom SL'U.UU up. Mc-- o than thK 'ie mut sacrifice Iw Call and see line of sheet Music is the very own wishes In many wnjs. latest. All ejes are upon the teacher. She Is a figure In the countryside point ed out to strangers; a cvnosuro for nil We will move your Piano with the Piano trucks the region round. covers. No danger damaging it. Piano if The women are watching to vo In this matter. boxes for sale. to her If she is "stuck up,' and woe A sood support for vlnlng plants can she needs the position and women turn you will call our store we will give you a be made from a roll' of poultry netting against her. stapled to strong stakes or posts, song book. and feho must, therefore; attend all dances, the samt netting can be us?d for tli" whether she likes It or not, and mut same purpoe from enr to ear. It Is take pilns to demonstrate that she do 's better than using sticks nnd brush. not deem heiself better than .her neighPeppers are tender while oung, but bor". hardy later In the season, enduring frost Even tho best places, .and many counIn the fall without Injury. 1'or these rea Factory Representative for High Grade Pianos, Player try teachers fall upon pleasant ways, Is sons, the plants should not be set out tit Pianos and Organs. Irksome and calls for a real strength poppers rather lato In spring. Large of character. are mild; smell ones are hot. The city pud, as a rule, finds the ruThe size and quality of the grape crop ral life lonesome and cheerless. may be Increased by clean and fine culfche longs for home and the activities tivation with careful removal of surplus that is openly made is returning to tho of tho city. growth up to fruiting time. All small old convention PALO. si stem. year, But she must stay through May C Health Is good at this w rltlng. fruits do better by conserv Ing the soil dlsgrunted Taf t partisan In Mari - I A else the whole country will dee'aro she Partners are behind with their work on moisture vvhl'e fruit Is ripening. tlu! against lind makes these points failed as a teacher and ian away from account of so much rain. There Xevcr bo afraid of making the garden direct primary: has her tavk, and her professional reputa- bsen but little tobacco set out. soil too rich with home The people do not want tho direct prition will suffer. was quarterly meeting at Mai-- v manures. Uone meal and nitrate of so mary, rift five per cent, of tho Demo- There If the teacher happens to have a in's Chapel last Sunday. Dinner iv is da are good commercial fertilizers to . irntln .... f...,, 4lirrr nn pant et tlirt ...... nfiil . !ftl ...t. Iw. V. good boarding place she may have a hard served on the ground and a largo crowd us? Incorporate all fertilisers well with republican affiliated voters sild so bv the attended. There were also Sunday school tUcsoll by discussing or harrowing be- - refusing school, and It tho school Is good to vote. Ten thousand voters boirdlng place is likely to be had and preaching Sunday, llev. Thompson fore planting. siy so by refusing to aff Plate. Of course, the girl does not want every gave a good talk to a large audience. Aluas In transplanting cut off a pirt Apply this logic to the regular electiling to be sitlsfactory, for the main Aunt Nannie rocmstcr was the guest of tho roots nnd top of inch plant. Itoot tion for President. Census statistics oung sehoolmarm Is to of her niece, Mrs. ltcssle Kelley last pruning desire of the induces a better new root growth show tliat In lJi'S there were cllglblo devp'on strength of character and this Saturday and Sunday, and attended meet and shortening approvlniately the top lessens evapora- to vote for President connot be done unless there Is hardship Ing at the Chapel. tion when the joung plants are getting 23.lv.0t) ll.SSs.J-5Only electors. to endure. Mr. U. D. Duke and wife attended a start. to vote. Theretook tho trouble It Is absolutely necessary that there be church hero Sunday. A cloudy day with moist soil Is the fore, we suppose tho people of this something to annoy her if It be nothSir. Alonzo Cartlett and wife nnd son best time and condition for transplant- country no longer caro to elect their ing else but Indifference of the family called on Mr. John Maden and family ing. A few p'nnts can be handled safely Presidents. popuWhy not next time you see tho abolish to files on tho table. Sunday night. dealer, get him to and permit In the evening when the sun is low. lar elections for President give you the history of Mr. Orvllle Coy and wife were the gues Avoid epolng roots to the wind. Where n few mon to choose a President la The oung woman who took a counsome of the I H C manure try school to strengthen up her chara;-te- r of Mrs. Josle Tweedell Sunday. transplanting must be dono In dry vveath November, Just as a fow men formeily Miss Eva Hlnes nnd Miss Delta Willis er, water eiah plant after It Is sot to selected tho nominees of both "iartls ' spreaders, he has sold. Then found everj thing agreeable ecept for , get the st'ory of other spreaders Justification that her boat ding place was over run were the guests ot Misses Vannle and settle the soil about the roots, and rake The only possible and draw your own conclusions prl-- 1 Pearl Berry, Sunday. with files. the surface flno about the plants to torn tho attack upon tho Presidential as to which spreader does the Mrs. JullaAldrldge called on Mrs. Mary a dust mulch for holding niolstutc. link- mary Is that the people are unfit to No effort was mado to keep them best work at the lowest cost. White last Thursday. select tho candidates. out. ing the garden In dry weather is equivIf the people Durability pays. The spread-c- r vva,s Mr. Jim Tweedell, of llorton, to select the candidates, obare unfit alent to watering It. this The oung woman endured that does the best work for guest ot Mrs. Joe Tweedell Saturday unfit to decide beA succession of planting of sweet corn viously they nro for a full school j ear and then the the longest time is the cheapest night. tween candidates The in November. and bush snap beans should be made returned to tho city with her digesto buy. The more you find out Miss Rosle Uussoll and Mr. George Uus-s- ll from early spring till the middle of sum- actual facts aro that Col. Itoosevelt's tion Impatiod, but her ichatacter wonderabout spreaders, the more cerwere trading at Dundee last Wedmer. Garden peas, how over, as a rule great campaign has forced moro thai fully strengthened. tain you will be to go to the nesday. wall." do not grow well when planted late. ono reactionary "against tho local dealer and buy an Another teacher w as compelled to sleep AH polo beans have a long season nt Eccpt for the tact that Illinois und with the children, which provod to (be a growth and fruiting; hence, for the'e Pennsilmnta Notice. primary had direct serious Inconvenience. This Is to certify tliat a majority of only one planting need be made. Pole y Still another discovered that the laws, thoso states (would have beon Comthe beans as soon as they begin to kept their Sunday clothes In her tho stockholders of Hartford Mill was stolen for Taft, Just as Kentucky room, and as the rising hour at tlu pany, have consentod that the esistence vine. company as a corporation, convention stolen for Taft under tho be Cultivate rhubarb, asparagus and other farm house was extremely early, the ef- of said Com-pa- y perennial vegetables as ou do other s stem. forts of tho men folks on Sunday morn- terminated, and the affairs of said are bolng closed up. crops If jou would havo large growth. primary ing to get their raiment caused her conTho cry against tho direct Given under our hands this 3th day of Cnnillnn ilnAmnnn-iiu- l nrniA ., ...v. is siderable inconvenience and embarrass.M...fc ...VU ,MU,.U. ln(n t1i.k. cry that The best spreaders made ara April, 1912. utl soil along tho rows will stimulate grown. ra,sed ment. , flocret ballot, and the IHCmanure spreaders your J. C. DimicETT, Summer mulching for this class of country One of tho troubles ot tho local dealer sells, and if you Is more probability ot tho no W. E. ELLIS, President. plants will aid in keeping down weols thero teacher and a great developer ot char give him a chance he will soon being abandoned than direct ptlmary J. C. ItlLEY, Sec'y. and Treas. and holding soil moisture. acter It Is having oun,r swains fall In convince you of that fact and Still In business with more House MaPlant parsnip seed In good soil, free of tho secret ballot. Evening Post. give you good common-sens- e lovo with her. reasons for buying an I H C Jlen nro ulwajs ieady to fall In lovo terial than ever. Somu material cheaper from fresh manure, nnd cultivate for a than ever before. long season of growth. This crop noed mm- with a consplclous woman. i sPreaaer CAN'T ILVIUTOUD MILL CO. not be harvested In the fall. Tho roots NO BIB, I This Is why an actress, no matter INBrMIimi MrmW CHRDini ! MirlCI may bo allow eel Xo remain In the ground how mcdlocio In point ot talent and bes. UncoiiMir.ttd) CUcago Garden Suggestions. l.i all full and wlntor, digging them USA ty, need never lack sultois. fe I H C Ssrvlc Buresa Men fall In lovo with her In tho en If ou havou patch of warm.JooAO and the winter and early spring only as they The purpose of this Bureau is to furnlth. free of chame to all, the best Information deavor to compel her to fall In lovo with frlablo soil, preparo It for swent pota- aro needed for use. Allowing them to Obtainable on hatter f.irmlnir. If pah Iii, open garden soil during tho toes. A sandy loam, or almost pure sand remain, tho thorn. any worthy questions conceriiinssofli.cropi. land drainage. Irrigation, fertilizers, etc. It flatters their vanity to be permitted Is good. Tho plants need not bo set out winter makes thu roots moio tender and makeypur inquiries specific and end them to I H C ben Ico Uurcau, Harvester Uulldliu. to pay attention to ono who Is tho till rather late, but Jiavo tho soil work- better flavored. Chicago, USA Cclory plants should bo started In a center of observation. ed up rather fine and clean. a The country school teacher Is In If ou havo never had good success cool situation with moist soil nnd partial shade. Globe Democrat. w Itli melons, try tho iifee of w position tdmlhir to tho uctiess. Sho is in a measuie, u public chanu-'.f-ed manuio for thu individual hills, Pla'e I Eat All I' Want to Now. No Mors Wfco Shall Choose Our Presidents? and It Is cutliely natural that thevouths some of tho nmnuro several Inches Qaa on tho Stomach or Sour Stomach. some on tho surfuco. When the of the .'cbton bhould toiuo com ting her, and Not the least stilklug phenomena of No More Hoavy Feeling After Meala or Constipation. lint Kho must carefully bakinco ono oung plants como up and Kiit staited, this unusual political campaign Is the H. & E. Railroad Tjme Table No matter what you'vo tried without N. suitor ugalnst tho other, for If sho shows thin o about tlireo stalks to the lilM, continuous, rcltciuted attack by reactionBetting relief JUST THY simple buckat Hartford, Ky. a m irked preference for any one, the and watch them grow. Water when the ary newspapers und speakers upon tho thorn bark, glycerine, etc., as compounded You will be surprised In ADLKH-I-KA- ! others, obedient to tho code, will ill op soil Is diy. A lupld nnd continuous dlicct primary as n method of seeking at the QUICK results nnd you will be L. ft& N. tlmo card etfectlro Monday against ncpendlcitis. The gioivth with melons Is discouraging out und Icavo him a clear field. to to ascertain tho wishes ot tho people in siiarded DOSE will help you and aVERY Aug. 21st. short, FlltST will make I Sho then has the unpleasant alteinatlv bugs and disease. Cult ha to very clean tho matter of nominations fipm tho treatment with ADLER-I-Kyou reel better man you nave for years. No. 112 North Hound duo 7:10 a. m. of taking him or jilting him. tilt tho vinos begin to tun. Presidential office downward. This new German appendicitis remedy dally except Sunday. bowels antlsepticlzes the stomach Thu expcrlenco would make them prnc. The common gaideu sngo Is a hardy The New York Times and other news, and draws off all Impurities. and SINGLE No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. A sour tUal women with a fund of common perennial, ct It does best by rccoiilm? papers ot thu same oluss declare) the DOSE relieves iros on the stomach, heavy dally except Sunday. stomach, constipation, nausea or Sin so und some kuonledgo ot how tli) oveiy two or three cnrs. Uo(tnwnrm Presidential ptlmury a failure, nnd say feeling after eating almost AT ONCE. No. 116 South Bound duo 8:45 av. treatment often cures an ordinary not Id vvugs. fertile toll along tho fence line. that It must be abandoned. Tlio chief ar A short appendicitis. I daily except Sunday, case of it would bi oiden their minds, strength Eieiy time ou so amonj the fruit gument appears to bo that such States Sold In Hartford only by tho OHIO No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p ml en their wills und teach them to ouug sprouts that havo held primaries have Instructed COUNTY VIWQ COMPANY, Incorpor. be trees, removo unnecessary dally exoept Sunday. St, L,ouli World. and sappy growth from the trunks und' for Itooseielt, und tho only suggestion ated. I H. B. 1U8CHKJB I IS at YO lat pei-so- -- our it We repair Pianos and Organs. of and If at 1 HARTFORD MUSI C OMPANY HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. I hr m I -- .. I What Have Manure Spreaders Done For Your Neighbors? i THE entire-famil- I H C Manure Spreader Kemp 20th Century Corn King or CloverlcaJ .,., w-- get Arrcflmurru '" r D bo-lo- w A i tmm A.