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ROOSEVELT Subscription $1 per Year HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, K.Y., FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1912. tfy Institutes unless first granted a. llccnio Fourth. from the following districts; NEW LAW WILL RAILROADS HAULING ' by tho atnto hoard of education. Tenth, NlnUi, Fifth, Sixth, Eighth, Tlio stato board of oduoatlon docidyl SixFourteenth. Klevontli, Twelfth, DELAY SCHOOL MONEY that the salaries of teaohcrs must bo AND VEGETABLES FRUIT KlglitoiMUh, riovunUMMitli, teenth, cquatlzod as much as possltilc, and tlw Twenty-flns- t, ind Tw.'ntlotu grading of tlw tcrtlflaate, the size of tho Third and Kir. ami ono .w;li In bo the district nnd school attendance twnUi. Traffic Managers Ask for Addi- School 'Teachers May Not Get considered in fixing nalarlcs. of Complete returns from fifty-nin- e Also countl"s"Vf the Stuto Their Salaries This Year in Gov. tional Refrigerator Cars to tho elghty-ilgSylvester White Dead. sluiw th.it Itoosove.lt oarrlud forty-fiv- e Owensboro, Ky., May 21. Mr. Sylvester Time for Christmas. Meet Season's Demand. Of tlio Wilson nnd Tatt fourteen. of them White, residing on l'.arish avenu-- j .died Hio narrled flfty-nl- n Gov. Harmon of meningitis, at liLs home, at 1 o'clock same number an Col. Roosevelt, and In Monday afternoon. Mr. .Whlto was 13 End of Tragedy That Has Givei offihe Austin, Texas, May 21. Never In tho Frnnkfort, Ky., May Teddy Gets 32 Out of 42 District thj fourteen counties carried liy Wilbnslno.s In Taxos lvts cials iiero are afraid the ftct elvlni; years old and was born Jn Ohio county tlckei, history of railroad Iluputillcun on tlii son, Tuft, Shock to Whole Civilized several Delegates and Majority then- Ixvn such .1 demind for rofrltfera-to- r sherlff.s one month more Umo to mako Mr. .Whlto bad been sick for fullnl to got mi'i of them. cars a--s now exists In different jwrts their fln.it settlements with the tate, montlis.and as tie had been very low for World. May be 35,000. Historic Arlington to be Razed. of tho state. Thts Is due to tho wonder will cnu.su snmo delay Ifi paylns the the past four days,hl3 death was not unexpected. He is survived by his wife Wash I net on. May 39. -- Bread was bro ful Incrcus.. In the truck and fruit Indus'. school titiieliers a IKirt of their salary and six children. The children are Baton, Mass., May 21. At 12:15 o'clock time In tlw IilHjorlo try, which ha.s xeondpod more rapidly In December, as has been tho custom. ken for the last ' Robert, Ust,hor and Hazel White, Uijs morning Ctarenco V". T. lllcheson Jiuvo been able to keep The act assed by the recent JcrLs. old Arlington Hotel. Tomorrow tho fur. than X RESULT OP 1'ttlMAIUKS pmvldjmr lature cjiauses the dato for final set- Mr. J. T. Wlilte and Mrs. BetUe White, unfrocked pastor and slayer of Avis up with In the matter of lt IN HUCKKY.F. STATE :: nWiliuf.i of tlio old liouso will 1m pUc-N- l x was executed in the to mo tho (crops tlement prison x under Uie auttlonecr'jt hammer utid as sufficient equipment from Decem- of Kldorado, 111. by tho .sheriffs In District DnSogatiiH. x Funeral .services were held this "morn- Chariestown. , x S4Wii as they nro .disposed Uf (the JmlUl-l- n promptly. Tliu auasun openeil the first of ber cmcli year to December SI, and It x lloosovelt jr prwluctlon Is conceded tliat the bulk of this mon- ing at S o'clock from Uie residence and wv .Three times Uie current was turned will Iw rnxed to inak room for a April with a T.itt being ey rollictod by sheriffs will now be paid the remains were taken at once to the on, and when It .was switched off tho x new Arllnston. which the .promoters siy of cabliOKe, hunilniiU of cars x shltipixl from South Tuva points. This in on Duoomber 31 Instead of Dacam union station and carried by the I. C. last time, the limbs of tho law's victim-hawill represent a cost, completed and " .. .. x r.oosevelt took train ,to Deanfleld. The .burial ceased to tremble, and he twos vria was followed by U13 Bermuda onion ber 1, ho.tcl II.OW.OM. The oH burial took place about noon at the Su pronounced dead iby the prison phy have been licrlffs Heretofore f creetivl in 1WI and was opened to tlio movement, which promises to aKsrcira ': Itoost Columbus, O.. May alolan. up on December 1, thus enabling gar Grove pemetery. addition about t.WK) cars. Those shipments have public three year, UiU-r- . An Mrs. Whlto and family, nnd Mr. and wit has dofeuti-- Prenldcnt Tuft by was uoii.striieteil In 1SII. Ulohason wont to his doath calmly. checks to taxed the twasportaUon facilities of sev- the treasurer to send out Z,0 to S.UiO votes und has captur.'d Tho Arlington Hotul nnd Its dlto has eral Texts ro.uls.but no serious shortage the school teaclicrs so thay would have Mrs. J. T." White and daughter, Doris, True to his promise lie mado no scene district del- - boi-Uilrty-w- o of the forty-tw- o M la and Mrs. Settle White, accompanied the and .walked with firm step to Uie exow Ideiitlflwl with tho history of the of ir.s has so f.ir Itecn reported. Bosldos maney for Christmas shapphu;. urates. Gowrmor lint men linn defeat l country since 1'ro.sldent Washington de- the ciUKwes ami onions, hundreds of contendol cutton chamber. that the recent act will remains to Deanfleld. U'Mlrnu' Wllwm by n majority of lit fined the IxiuniL-irleThe currant was turned on at 12:10:02, of Lafayetto IrU, cars of oUier viwitablcs, such as .lettuce, benefit no ono but Uie 'banks where tho Itviht 40,100. Tluwe facts stood out proml In whirl) It HtamU, when ho 'wilectrtho ciiiillflouer, radishes Owensboro Chautauqua Sold. and the prisoner was declared totally dea, beans. shcrflfs keep their deposits, as It wilt and sn-iiuvtlv nji tlio return from the Bepuh- - site for the Kxecutlvo Mansion. In 1TW. luave been handled by the raljroads dur- onablo tliem to Include tho sheriffs, deOwensboro, Ky., May 22. (T. A. Podley, at 12:17. H lUan and DomocmUo presidential prefer-onc- e iss ing tlio last fnw wejks. The former Baptist clergyman, coness. posits in thlr annual statements receiver of the Owensboro Savings 'Bank primaries trickled in. St. Louis Lands Baptist Meeting. It Ls conservatively estimated by rail- sued 'on January 1 of each yoar. and Trust company, purchased the Savtn ed poisoning Avis Llnnell of Hyannls, The returns were complete enough to $11,004, his sweetheart, was outwardly calm Hills oliAUtauqua property" for OUatioiiLi City. Okla.. May IS. Tile road traflc men In Texas that the total show tlsit Ohio, "the mother of Presi- next meetliu; of tlus Southern Baptist movement of vegetables and fruit In this the w.hcn he entered .the death chnmber.anet when it was offered for sale ito EDWARDS SCHOOLHOUSE. son. Convention will be held Jn St. Louis, lie- - state ilurliiK U'l" will bo upwards of M.-- ( dents." had rejected her imtho May 21. Mr. O. T. Duke, Mrs. Cpmle highest and .best bidder, by Master he maintained his coniprohilse while tho WIIILtm Howard Tift, imd liud decide I KhinlnK May II, Mil. TJ10 convention to. cars. This, of course. Includes many Kdmon, Miss Artie Duko and Cirtls Stow Commissioner LaVega Clements, at straps and electrodes were being adjusto to suiumrt hU prlecossr for the Monday as he sat In the electric chair. day adopted tjio recommendation iof tho thousand cars of mixed shipments. When art, of Owensboro, are lslUng In our the courtliouso door Dn nomination. Spis-la- l C'oinmlttQO on morning. lmo and pLuo the fact is considered that all of ithls trs,f midst tlds week. Tlio execution of the Reverend Rich- The Tuft pcuple were still flghtlng.nnd by a lote of KM for St. I.ouls to iil fli' Is comparatively new ibuslncss. It Mrs. llssle Tucker and sister went to Tlie sale was made under an order en- coon draws Uie curtain on a tragedy unSUite Manager IibwIs C. t.iylln claimed for San Antonio. St.- - IjoiiIs w;us entured speaks most (effectively pf the develop- Sulphur Springs Friday. tered In the circuit court In .which tho surpassed for cunning, cruelty and no be tit tluit Uie K delcsaUw-Mt-largwas be ment that Is Kolng on In the state. Only Miss Iluth Tray and Norlne Hurt, of commissioner was directed (to moke a &alo toriety in Uie criminal annals of tho us a dark horse. Tliu chosen by Uie State tnmtlon will be tween Sun Antonio and Aslievllle, but a few years uko the rollroad-- s did not McHenry, are visiting friends and of the property .to pay the indebtedness United States. The minister, with his for thu President. In reply to this tilt tho illiterates could not axree hero tills week. anions tuke Into consideration the fow car-Iothat liad been adjudged against Jt apd. wedding announcement already In . the llooevult iniiniwvr. Walter F. HroMi, themselves und so,lpcted , St. I.011U 11s u shipments of fruits nnd vwotuhlcs they llev. Crowe filled ills regular appoint- whlcli amounted to $16.5T7.2s, the greater hands of friends, discarded and a , .. sold. handled out of Texas. Now, these ehlp- - ment ut this place Sunday, with a large part of which was In favor of Receiver sweetheart importuning him to relieve compromise. tV "Toe tall .will go with the hide." most Important moots form a very Important feature of attendance. Pedley and W. H. Bowmen ono her from a position that would cloud , Jlivwn uiu apparently confident tltit matterjrof liuslnejM et luindlei by tlit-- l tlie railroad tonnage In this state. .Mr. John Dabney, wife and daughter Tlio park contains about thirty ocrcp her life with shame, calmly conceived v. g Industry Is Incroas-Ingb- y went to lloslna Saturday to be S,he guest of land and Is considered a. the State convention will abide by the convention, was Uie oto U ostabllsli Tho valuabla plan that would release him from ht" will of tlio voters an evprivss.nl In the tho Juilnin Memorial "lAkps nnl bounds. As an lllustra "ofTftilr daughter, 'rona Haines. FuimI, whlo'a piece of suburban property. unwelcome liaison and leave him free primaries. Misses Katie Hurt, Jtuth Tna', Norlne to marry tho woman of his choice. Involvra the ralshu; of $1,111,111 for tlon of this fact. It Is shown that this Delegate to' the Stato convention were the adequate equipment of collecos In spring ' production of vegetables and U10 Hurt, Marie Hurt and Dona Hurt went With, hypocritical cunning ho soaOied BEAVER DAM of the forcUm fields. Of tlio amount $3WV elected from only about shipments of tt.ime along the gulf coast tlie day ,wiUi Maudlo Bryant Monday. of the fears of Uie little choir slnger.pledg-la- g Mrs. Tom Morgan and daughter, counties, Uiii remainder to be selected Is appropriated for tho Baptist Is Nortonvllle, spent the week end ,wlth foreign line of Uie Frisco are moro Uian doublo Tho Sunday shcool at 'this place himself to right the wrong lie had. at cohnty convention. Iloosovell Uii .1 publication Interests. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller. what they were during the avne season progressing nicely. dona and thon deliberately purchased a 1 irge majority of tlioso, elected. lost year. Jtailroads uro encouraging In Mr. Claude Stmltz. of Fordsvllle, spent quantity of cyanide of potassium, a The money Is to lie raised In thr-'g 'n SALEM. years and not later than tho annual every possibly way tho the week end with his brother, Mr. O. deadly poison, from Druggist ' Hahn, of ON DEMOCRATIC SIDH. dnstry ulong Uu'lr repcctlve linos. The 1'JlJ. In addi Boston, and set about compounding the Jlay 21. iMr.and Mrs. John Pierce and L. Shultz. On tlio Democratic aide, (iowrnor Jlnr- - Southern conientlon In vote tion to .thts memorial fund ls to ism- - KrUeo and other roads are endeavoring children. Horse Branch, were Uvj guests Mr. Fred Taylor, of Princeton, spent pills that spelled death to the girl and nuin proUibly Mill lmM the solid BHHo freedom to himself. His next step was un to make South Texas tho kitchen garden of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie. Crumcs, Sun- Sunday with Mr. and Mr3- .of tho Ohio delegation In the Baltimore slst of jr.o.w for U10 hospital of the United Statos. to make an appointment with his un- Chapman. dol- - mission homes In the forelcn fllds. Though several Wilson day. Mr. Blllle Woodward spent a, few days rsuspecUng sweetheart and present her were elettwl, tlio unit xulo will be How B. F. Jenkins tilled Ids regular OKiltea Tennesseeans Wed on Train. with the drug, counseling Its early use oKroement Democratic Committee, Chairman appointment at Care Run Saturday and In Chicago lost Wieek. followml om a result of an Miss Dena Woodward, of Louisville, with kindly words and assurances of Hopkinsvtllc, Ky.. May 21. Miss Liz- Sunday. jiini'le by tlio Iliirinon oivl Wilson folio w is Indicted. ' zie Oomperry und Ben Trainer of HampStnto commlttoo nun'ttiu;. Miss Lorona Wlilte, Flalrvlow, is vis- spent the week end in town. erM n.t Georgetown. Ky., May IS. It. II. An- ton Station, Tenn., killed two birds with Mr.-- Klrby Park, of McHenry, was in The preacher then Journeyed to Uio Jarty jirovMeil in lt iting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. The Democratic derson, clialrmnn of tho Keott County one stone when they wcro married on town Sunday afternoon. home of his fiance, where Ive awpjtod C. V. Christian, s call tliat the luunllitaton rcclvliiK tlw former MayMr. Angle, of Arkansas, ls vlslUng Mr. Uie death that would set him free and a train and converted the trip into a Mr. amKMrs. Sam Jamison and children vote DemoeraUc Cotnmlttee and preferetvw larcest rnUlontlal or of Georgetown, lias been indicted by honeymoon. forever dispel the chance of discovery, sluill be permitted to panic hU own lx Olaton. visited Ills parents, Mr. andMrs and Mrs. Dick 'Taylor. the grand Jury on a cliarge of falsely Miss Ella McKenney spent a few days He had not Jong to wait. Or. October They boarded a Ijoulsvllle and Nash- Jolin Jamison Saturday night. cmi- national deleKO,tisitilarBO to the the ville cerUfylng to election returns from twenty-fou- r hours" after he train vfexk and went to Guthentluii. Thin will Rive tVvornor Hur- Rev. B. F. Jenkins, Owensboro; Mr. Visiting her cousln.MIss Mary McKenney 14, scarcely primary last July, had given the girl Uie cyanide capsuls, rie. A preacher hoarded the .train here K. B. Wilson: Mr. Walter Myers; Miss at Centertown, this week. Increase Democratic inun an oriportunlty to further Mr. Anderson has served as a member and while tlie circuit of "Y" was kelng Miss Kittle Rhoads.Of Centertownpent her body 'was found In the bathroom o BetUe Myers and Mr. G. W. 'Wilson, Ills number of deloRatos to tho Ilultlmore of the State Ioglsluture nnd is ono of tho mado the ceremony was performed wIUi Christian Assothe week end wlthher mother, Mrs. the Young Woman's convention. dined with Mr. J. G. Wilson and family , n politicians In Central Kenciation. Dr. Rihoads. In the train crew as witnesses. Sunday. Wlbion's lM't aliowInK was iniule tucky. He ls tho owner of a string of Mrs. Press Barnard, of Uie Bast BeaIt was at first believed that she had Tlie train started immediately for the Mr. D. C. White and family were the the the cUlra, while liurmon swept Including Joe Morris. minutes guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stognr' ver Dam neighborhood, fell and fractur committed suicide In a fit of 4lspondency return trip, and after Uiirty-flv- e to race luuvtes. tnrnl dlstrlcU. Harmon maiuiKtyd The Indictment follows a long Inquiry the couple was bock at home. ed her limb Just above her ankle, also upon learning the news of Rlcheson'a carry Clniclnnatl by only a unall mvir- Saturday and Sunday. Into alclged election frauds In the country She is getting approachlnfmarrJoge to Miss lSdmanda. and son, Harlan, dislocated .her ankle. iHn. Wilson captured Clevulaml Mrs. Orpha Jamison and grand Jury which returned the The Inquest, however, revealed the fact Motioi Fictures in School. the tindjtty) When the city returns. Toledo. who liave been visltlngMr.John Jamison along nicely. is tho Uilrd ono wJilch has have came In, Uie WIN Indictment' reporteil, to their County School Supcrlhdendent Leach tliat had she lived she .would for .tlie Vast two weeks, returned flyit to be 21. Motion picPaduoaii, Ky., May taken up tlio matter for Investigation. autopsy held tho examination at tho school hall become a mother, and the people wnro Jubilant, hut when .wl,ll be Installed itn the Padmvi.li home near Centertown Sunday. When the last grand Jury failed to return tures caused Mrs. Ola Wilson nnd little niece. Chris. Friday and Saturday, Fifty four took showed that her death nod been the rural dUtrlets nunc nlonx tho vie. an Indictment Judge Stout scored the public sclwols nex,t year as an education by cyanide of potassium. tory of Harmon was soon mads clear. uu I.tine, were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J Uie examination. tiuinibers and barred lx of ithe men from ai feature to the schooU. A sufficient d The events that followed raised the Mr. Grattpn 'Gardner, of Rochester, for Senator I.aFot-Ictt- e The vote cost Jury ervlce while die ,was on the of money luis been raised for Uie pur- - R. Wilson Sunday. Uvo family of Rev. A. B, Gardner girl's doath from the status of a little quantity In the further was a present a Mrs. Sallte Camp ls visiting her daugh bench. It Is said tliat tho most flagiruiit chose of the mauhlne. At Monday. mentioned suicide to the estate of one UU utreasth In the State, though to Illustrate Uie ter, Mrs. Maggie Lane. oocurred In the steroptlcon is used violation of .the law of .the' most atrocious nad .widely adverMr. Kills Foster was in town Sunday. idlstrlcts, Twentieth nnd Twenty-flrMr. It. H. BuBhnm and wlfo vlstto1 so tojilcs In history, und It ihas proved Demociutlc primary last July. Quite a number went to Louisville to tised murders on tlie annals of (American Cleveland, Toledo and compriBtntr successful .that 'tlw .moving pictures will Mrs. Nancy Daniel, Sunday, .TuAday. crime. Link by Jink the evidence against was one of tho urprlKes of tho prl. Fanners are very busy at tills ,wrltlng. attend tlu races, be Installed and extended to subjects City. Boys Will Govern The police, ap?nt the minister was forged. Mr. Ivan Walker, pf Rochester. In 'tlio former ho forced Taft marie?. The oust of Uie 2,'io) other than history. Chicago, 111.. May tho week vlslUng Uie family of Mr. acttatr on the theory of that someone Into third place, and in the Utter ho system ls nominal, lieon Teachers Elected on June 15. and .It lias boys of Chicago and neighboring cllio hud Klven the girl poison and had tol John Woddell. ran a ulaso third. Hoosevelfs voto In bo All county school touchers are to Illinois, reIndiana mid Michigan will upproved by other modern schools. Mr. Hubert Stanley and family her that It would bring about a changi that of of more than doubled Cleveland elected this year on Juno 15, under a a began rule as grown men In a miniature city physical condition, from Trinadod, Ariz., last Frt- - In her turned Taft. The victor of Uie Grand Master to Be Here. ruling of tlie stuite board of qducaflon, Uike, Ind., near Vtt(linar,aUo. day. Mr. Stanley has accepted a posUtosi systematic canvass of Uio various drug; was at which ho curried In the districts Tlio memberaof tho'llartford Lodge F. which met In Frankfort with tlio roun- - wlUi 111 July. It tho Beaver Dam Planing Mill Co. I stores In an effort to locate th i pur- popularity durJug ,tho Clnst fltteeii days hU overwhelming, uml ty school superintendents of tlio Atute. ,Nn,tkonal .Hoya" and A. Mv are busy preparing to MIss'Boasio Raley, of Roslne, is spend chaser. particularly In the rural will .be known us the was nhown the Grand Master of this lodge, Tlio board decided Uvat tlio new aoliool ing City. the week ,wlth Miss Vada Render, of William Holm, a druggist of Ne,wtou districts, in numerous places the voto camp lias been lield for Hon. Dam Jockun, of Louisville, who aw, which is effective Juno 12, will gov-er- n the Goshen neighborhood. Tills summer Centre, u Boston suburb, recalled selling belmj im.liUili aJ recoriUjd In Ills .favor ' lodge a visit on this year. tho last five years ut Cliarievolx, Midi. wl'l pay the Hartford Dr. J. A. Hosklns, of Appalachla, Va., tlie Rev. Mr. Rksheson a quantity of S to.l and 10 to 1. Monday night June 3. County superintendents und .teacheM' the Kill's death will arrive Uie las of the month to vis cyanide shortly before city, Its purjioso Is (to give an outing ami wl'l " Taft was victor In hU homo to' Institute instructors have formed stftte Arrangements ure being mado ixmnectluu tuition In clvlo affairs. Heretofuro poor was reported. Ho sa.w no it his classmate. Dr. Oscar Flcner. Cincinnati, winning bath the Flrwt and serve a splendid lunch that evening, und organizations, und each elected officers. boys wero iimijjlo to attend, between the sale and Uie death, but fslt Second UUtricts (Hamilton County.) county Koch started a movement leoklng toward There will be a boy mayior, boy alder tho other Masonic lodges in rtJie Renews thelepublicaiand Orders It his duty to communicate with Uie The vote .was lose In tho Third, Sev.i r n nfidnm. I. II ore buiiur Invited to attend. Lodge will Increasing tho salaries of school ttnoli-er- s ....ii...,... police. ' llivil, IHJjr 4j,.v,.,v , m.. " enth and TJilrtoenlh dls.ctr,lts, but ilmy "The Vulture'f Claw." be opened Uiat evening at 6 o'colck p. and a general betterment of the eduUll other jpositions known to a f went to Tuft. May U. 1912. Tlio cational condlUon In Kentucky.. in. anu mere win pruouuiy im uoieu For Sale or ami Fifteenth districts My. (i Tlw Fifth Institute instructors desire to bo Jltoeod The Hartford Republican, poll tax and a foo far visitors ovnferred. A small Itoosovelt. Machine gave ono each to Taft and Traction Engine, Tlireahlng Hartford, Ky. on a better basis and will pnipare n bill, will constitute Uio revenue- tpr he uuwus undoubtedly due to oonfil $1.U) for wihkih "end the and Saw mill. Cheap If taken at once. This to be offered ut the next eslon for aw- - Find enclosed Fortiuw. Carpeiter port of the olty. P. O. BOX 101, glon amonjr tlie lti'publlcan votora ovi your pajier Address, ' -s JoJlot, HI., May 21. Frank A. Jackson, mont iby the state of all InsUtuteJnstruc "VULTUBE'S CLAW" and McHenry, Ky. 3tt - teaohors 'whllo one year. form of the "ballot. Tlio nomas of W. E. SMIT.H, the tons.for pay for suhoola carpenter contractor of itliU city a For SaU Repton, Ky. tlio delegate were "(printed In alphabet. abolishing and for lUioit attending Institutes ward in a letter kut niglxt p. Motor Boat equipped with For Sale. f wlioi V leal order, with no Indication Tlw) bill Wo need the paper every week. U Is dray Motor, Speed 13 miles an hour. he was 'Uie sole heir to Wie estate of- all fees paid by teaoiiors.tor-tlCorp, Hay ond one horse for sale. Call they represented. fieldfrom home. .Wife and I $29,000 like ft letter would appropriate io m. B. MARTIN. Boat U one season old and In first class Mrs. Mary Jackson, of PelklnaUui.YorkROOSEVKI.T nEl.KaAT)ES, ing of Institutes and furUier ,woukI pro. were reared Jn Ohio couaty and ihave on . condition. For further . particulars, eaU hire, England, containing 1,500 lucres and Horttord, Ky.' dalegates itnat have W iiJ- many friends tbtre. Tho thlrtyntwo '.' 'vide no Instructor should aonduol valued at n.m.m. vote' for Roosevar. oBor addres. thU offlco. boen otecUU RICHESON PAYS INS IN OHIO Defeats DEATHJPENAITY Harmon ht Murderer ofSweetheart Dies in Primary. in Electric Chair. Zi-T- z' - XxxxxaxxxxX XxxxxxxxxxX Her-mo- n, s Ltn-ha- record-broakln- fur-nUli- pffi-clal- ly sat-Ul- s ' e ro'a-tlvi- id -- e M I track-growin- one-thir- d truck-growin- 1 . 11 ' lat best-know- I - s4 y v'"-Ito- nt bout I s , ln . 1 Trad. - - . - Iiktritt at largiii. tlh. 1 ...... tht - . .. v. r A BOOK THAT HAS NO STOPPING PLACES! At Least You Won't Stop Until You Have Read it From Cover to Cover X "THE VULTURE'S CLAW" BY REV. maammmmmmsxmmmsii C. F. WIMBERLY, OF MADISONVILLE, KY. : shape of a claw "The Vulture's Clnw" is an absorbingly interesting story, with a deep religious moral. The story takes its name from a miserly, grasping hypocrite whose left hand is deformed into the is peculiarly apt. Mr. Wimberlj introduces more than a dozen interesting characters and a multiplicity of situations which he handles with a and his character is so much like a vulture that the title of the book who master hand. His descriptive work is nothing short of genius. Most of the action takes place in the remote Ozark mountains and much of it hangs upon the coming into the mountains of a school mar'm community; nnd in coming of a Methodist minister with whose beautiful character the reader readily falls in love. "The Vulture's Claw" is a remarkable story of hardship n fuses new life and ambition into the depicting the unfavorable environments of remote mountain sections; of the influence of one or two strong personalities upon the lives of many people, and through every page runs a double romance which absorbs the interest of the reader. at V ! The Hartford Republican Continually strives to give the news of events at home and abroad, with a special effort for Ohio county happenings of local interest, and we print it first. It is read by the entire family. ATTRACTIVE FOR YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER. THE ULTURE'S CLAW The Regular Price is $1 for 52 Weeks. VINBERLY The t'ur's Vul; ' 1 It's a book of fiction- - of intense interest, of everyday characters, and a plot that makes the hair raise only to prepare you for the happy ending. Christian homes will appreciate this story, of the deeply religious moral so adroitly and so strongly terwoven. se in- Read what others say about it WM. JENNINGS BRYAN SAYS: i V iJJ. I ,- - YV r ' Use TUls Coupon Date THE HARTFORD ... . ' .'--: F. Wimberly, MndisonVille. Kyv My Dear Mr. have read 'The Vulture's Claw;' it is a splendid story. The book should find a place in Sunday school libraries find among the books for young people. You have succeeded admirably in combining moral lessons with an interesting narrative. I Yours truly, congratulate you. "V. J. BRYAN" "Rev. C. Wim-berl- y: I 191 AN UPLIFTING FORCE. remarkable book; it has that strange infinable charm and power-whicheld us to the very last page. It shows the battles among the hard environments, and the victories that may be won. It will be an uplifting force in every life which only eternity ran measure. St. Louis Christian Advocate. v A REPUBLICAN. Hartford, Kentucky. Find enclosed $1.G0 for which send the "THE VULTURE'S CLAW" and your paper one year. Name Address New or Old Subscriber? IT .INSPIRES CONFIDENCE. Before the eyes of the reader, in clearest outline, is the destructive power of the hypocrite, and the constructive power of the humble pious life. It- - inspires confidence to splendid success. It is clearly seen that Mr. Wimberly is acquainted with rural life in the South. United Presbyterian. SHOULD BE READ. I consider it one of the best books of fiction I have ever read. Remarks It is the kind of fiction that should be read. There is nothing in it but what is elevating and helpful. The plot is well gotten up and there is enough comedy and tragedy both in it to interest any lover of fiction. I thought so much of it that I made a public announcement of the book in the chapel, and urged every student to get it and read it.- - M. A. Beeson. 1'res. Meridian Male College. " Regular price of "The Vulture's Claw" is $1.50. By a special offer we are able to offer this fascinating book postpaid, and the Hartford Republican one full year for $1.60. This is for a short time and our supply of books is limited. You should take advantage of this special offer before books are exhausted. This offer is extended to new or old subscribers. Address THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. WATER POWER LATENT ASSET European Countries Are Far Ahead of United States. Arrangements Developing Being Made For America's Resources. VuiiIngton, May iih 17- .- Growing Inter- est le manifested In tho utilisation of vatr jtittj'i- - a means ot olitnlnln,; cditaji ckctilcJty in tho United States. to Information compiled ly and of Commerce tho Department Labor, eketrlclty generated by private onietms In tJio United Status Is fifty per nt higher than Jlio cust of tliu amc material abroad. It la ulso stated in that ihc" pinuufaetiiro ot tlit) United, State lias not followed Uio eJioopest manna1 of piuvldlng elec-trlelt- y. Fncn a document procured from tho I'nltiO States Senate, tho information Is tcmlnJwd that nearly all foreign coun-trichavo developed water powier as a tnin of procuring ejectiiclty to a marked degree of perfection. In Franc Oeruwjiy, Austria, Kng'and and other w foreign countries, pliwito concerns aro gr nits of franchise under governKlv-ment control and regulation, ptoduilng cleutrJc lly at a minimum cost. In this Wdur power developments country uiu ot two cl.isse.s. Those ll d nnd opera by tho Statu wid tlioM) controlled uml opviuted by private Interests. Of tho power liuTe.ue for the year 'O.M0 liorio power wiu made available by plants privately ownud and PVO ly the Trollhfittnn plant, owned by the con-tro- private nollvjtle. of Sweden, whlcli bold tho Kuropouii retold for walur jiovmr with an ugKrsa,te of CIQ,,)oO liorsc power, found their Hold chiefly Jn Houtlmrn and Central Sweden, Tho height of tho falls utilized varied from 'U ,iiA to 2IJ foot, but they ware as u than iVil foot In liclght. So rule tut as Is known, the, dam, were in all Mtatv. TJio hs built by Swedish firms and tho ously estimated at from two to nlno machinery furnished by Swedish manu- million", and It probably appioslnvat-'facturers. 4,i000. The unfortunate feature W of this un-d- o tliat so large a proportion Of tho n.'W Swedih plants completed eloped natural wi.ilth W lomted In during tlio ar, tliu largest Is that at Mockfjard, utilizing the waterfall Known the north, and In paits of tho country as Slopfors.irna, and developing 3VM) where It is difficult to utlll.e It to With tl.v lniptoenitnt In 7", horc-feet. advantage. liower from a fait of tliH methods, however, The inver Is used for liwn works and the tranmlcIoii .ss imobstacle may in time become Installation Is owned by VasterdulafNOn1 Ktaft Aktlebolag. Tho net largest Is portant. that at J'orshult, developing 10,1'JO In addition to its general uses for liorso power (torn a fall of 13 feet. Till opoiatlng machinery and street cars and ower N for Iron works ami lite for lighting, electricity Is uwtl In SweI plant U ownod by Udduholms Aktle- den In lolling mills, mine hoUtt-- , mine bolag of UddeJiollii, Sweden. drills, magnetic oie separators, tha liuliistiles and the smelttho Of tho rebuilt Swedish plants, of steel, lately it has also bevn Skillet-te- ing largest Is tho municipal plant ot located ut and develop- usel for tho reduction of ore to pig iron. ing 5.C5J horse power ftom a fall of Cfi Tho largo iiuautltlo xavalluble liao led to fuel. The second Is that at lonmarfvet, Its use for the operation ot ngiliultuial power from a machinery, threshing machine, etc., and developing i,7ou hor.se fall of 20 feet, and furnishing power to It Is propose! now to equalize tho .conthroughout tho twenty-you- r the lion works at Stoia, Kopparderg sumption Aktlebolag, by whledi It U owned. Tills hours In cltlis by selling power at ,ory concern Is Installing an electrical blast low rates during tlio houis when thi furnace for the production ot pig iron, load Is low, so that it may bo IntroIn addition to Its other large activities. duced Into tho household for heating and The third in size Is .tho property of cooking, and other domestic puiiiose-- for Sydsvcnska Kraft Aktltbolng and Is wlili-- under oidlnary rates. It Is too ex power pensive for general use. Tho transmislocated at Ofro Knard. The sion of power fiom Tiollhattan lias .been amounting to 3,000 horse power Is consideraS3 feet and is sold Iirojio.se d uud Is still under from a fall of tion, for general dlstilbution. ft is pointed out Unit Sweden Is una of Incomplete private plants, both new the few countries In 12ui ojw tlmt has Just and those undergoing otemUo repairs rocA.u,tructlon. represented at the ""'likened to the gieat pobslbliltlts of her and natural tesouices in tills rep-- et uud (that J claso of tho year a total ot about -'- "powpr complied with over p -as horse , eie.neu iuiuuku uiu iiiuiieuuu CTimil i,nw..p under u.lv nt tlln "'-w"t(!r 'owl'r. 1,as " tll closo of 1310. Practically all of this Is'of leproso.ited by two new Installations remarkable in tho woild. out, Tlio United States, it Is polnti-ono of deelop 17,'W horsopowvr and Just begun to awaken tut,ho at The largast U tlio other 5,0)0. and Is owned by Stock- - bllltlos of her water iower, lleie, according i of I Uio West. hi.liiu SupoifostfabilU Aketlbolag. manufacturers of superphos-- 1 foriuatlou rcceUed through senatorial wjiter-powltns Jiavo phaUa and other fertlllKers. The fall, Is lnostlgatlon, gobbled up by laud spcculatois and 12S feet. The pow.r U to be used lu l,0 I very little linpiovement lues started In tliu nianufacturo of calcium cyanld". ' was coniiarlin to tlio groat uinlr of sltea The uses to which Uio power is it put, botli by lirlvato nnd State jwwer ltcld by jirhate owners. This, plants were: municipal, thirteen plants; claimed lias tctarded tlio natuial li'iakhig both wood velopment of tlio Vct works, twelve; MecluinLul pulp mills, eujht: luivr mills, seien; electtlclty and lirlgallou a veiy costly t'lMllo mills, five und chemical woncs, commodity. at Siujgcstloas, liowevier.liavo beu mado one. TJio govoniinent woik comple-ten tho end of the jear consUtcd ot the to tho Sena,to Uomniltteo tlmt hits ot 10,000 liorsepower ut th'takvn tt um-i- Bluiy ot the situation already existing plant at Trollliallan ' and lu tho near future, It Is oxpetctod Tho total ixvuLblu liorao power to be tho Umt"a StaM wm not mX found lu Uio stroAiivi ot Sweden Jn suUi slupe that It might We utilize U ya.rU various countries lu the world In liorae- case.s 1 power generated, but In the number Individual plants In opi ration. of Improve Your Own Corn. Tho buslw ss ot Improving tue loin yb Id Is a movement lu whtcli evety farmer should bear an netlve part, especially when the linpiovement of tlio Is considered. In the fall tlio farmer way le.t out f ilia best of ills seel corn twenty-liv- e ears and hung them in a dry place all winter. In the epilng a piooo of ground considerably lemoved from oUier corn field should bo selected. This should 1ms of the best kind ot soil and the trai t should be large enough for fifty rows 3 feet apart, twenty-fiv- e hills long. Work the ground Into good Rhape. Num ber tho rows from ono to twenty-fivIn tho two rows uumbeiod ono phuit the corn from ono ear, ami tho two rows numbered two plant the' corn from the , second ear, etc. Sao tho renuuuit putting It Into bags numlkered in ucyrd. nnco with tho enra from which It ivmi", 'When tho crop baa m.Uuieil count and weigh each row searately. lu .tills way tlio ten best yielding rows nuy bo de-tmined. Tliu next yrtir plant .the rem. mint scmmI fiom tho bags corresponding In number with tlio bent rows. In the fall select the beat cars from this lot and uso for planting In thd general floid. Tills jirncttcal .system amounts to iiotliluj olso than an extensive experiment lu see-tostlug, anil should result, in givoi. Improvement In yield within three or four years, lly tills wysteni the farmer can not only determine which uro tho best kinds of corn, but nlso which kinds uro ospcclaliy adapted to lila own land. e. so-d- M- -i oin.r Children Cry FLETCHER'S C AS TO R A FOR I Pension Bill a Law. The President has signed Uio pension bill pasied by tho Senate and tho Motiao and It la now a law, Knacted nearly a half century alter tho cjexso of itho war, according to tho utlmato of tho of IVnslona, tho hill wJH add $i",,797,"U"J to tho annual appropriation for tension, wlilcih licst yiear was TJifs makevs the total amount ap proprlated for pensions flf,ty years af-tthe war over IlkO.CnO.dW. The bill us finally adopted l.s better tlian tho Sherwood bill, which added J75.fi00.(JO0. Under Its provisions every veteran over sixty-tw- o yi'iirs ot ago ,wiio s;iw nln-t- y ibiya f serviue Is to icoelvo $13 a montti If lio se.rved six mon,tha Jio Is to t r $13.M; ono year $11; u nnd a half $1LM; two ycais $il; two yevira and half $I3..V); throe ycjir.s or over $1C. The rate Is Incuiascd for age. The veitonan over sixty-si- x years old, who served ninety days gets $1K u mouth, with an lneroao of fifty ex'nts for nicji additional erko up to thiejo years. A veteran of three years or longer servhvo gets $10 a mouth. AVhon over seventy he w ho aerveil uluoty ilaya gets $$1S a month, with tin Inereaso of $1 for each nlimty dnys served, jiji to J3 n month. A veteran who Ims served over .two yeiua and la soventy-flv- o yetira old go,ta $00 a month er ye-anlne-ty-d.i- by all. Music was rendered by Uitwl. The . rowd ut a Wito hour wishing Mra. I'owers could hno her blriliday mom often than once a year. ONH 1'ltKSHNT. tlio eiiyl anil tii.int Strong, I..111U l!uii;eK.s,Uu and AUey Ajthford and Mr. i'll.ipl. Tho lonti-tvtof Uie w.-i- l fHI, d l.ak.ts wvro ir.vul and a ilellelniiH supp-- r solved, and !!. V rgil Uobin'Min.Frcd l'oneis string Seven Sentence All days come Sermons. be. ul tliat are to Dlckein. V a, It Is enter to trust our Uuui your .irs when a man argue redlglon whllo his wife carries In tho water "Ham's Horn." To hhio own self l true, And It must follow as tho nlgli,t tho day, thou inns't not theji Uj fills. to nny mail. Shake-tpivtr-e. I.lfo Is a casket, not precious In Itself but valuablo In Jiroportlou to what fortune, or Industry or htuo hoa plaoml within U.-li- s Our determine as it3 well ius wo deteiinlno our deeds.-tleoi- g.j Ulllot. ihli pro-duc- I hold him gr.tit, who for love's aakvu tJ.ui give Willi generous, eainest will;' Yet, he who takes for love'a iswty?t hake, I think I hold inuio Kvituroiw ,tlll. Iongfello.w. yr,,-- J ll who knows most grieves w.istevd lime. Dante. now Jnot fur b,,. '" ' - ' ''it li-- ra jNiitlc-iUui'l- Now la Uio time to get rid of your rheumatism. You con do It by applying Chamberlain's Liniment and massaging tho parts froely at each apiicatlon. For sale by all dealers. in ..r - . . - CASTOR Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S I Head tlio special offer concerning tho book, "The Vulturo's Claw," on another pago of this Issue. 30tf. A 1 cr John Wanamaker on Advertising M'amiumnkc-said; Advei Using doesn't Jerk It pulls. It begins very gently ut flint, but Uio pull la steady, It Increases clay by day nnd year by year, until it exerts till iircsUtl'jIe powor. It la likened to a team pulling u heavy load, vpaaiuodle, A thousand Jerky pulls will not budgo tho load, but lf Uio power exerted In a Ntfudy effort wjll start 4t and keoji It movlgu." I one-ha- John de-Ir- under-additio- , (or headache? Never um Dr. Miles' Ilettcr start Antralri now. Till after it. Tlio dato shows the tlmo Mrs. A. P. I'owers, formenly Sllss rjVa when your subscription expires. If Uio Allen, of Ohio county, Ky., was glvon elate Is prior to Februury, your 191J, a surpiiso supper at her home miles subscription to tho paper has oxplred. Northeast of Chandler, Oklahoma, iApill If you find such Is tho case, plcoso glvo CO, In honor of her I'.'ud birthday. tho matter your very prompt attention. Those! present were: Mr. and Mrs. Hob. Hither come to THK KKl'UUMCAN ofert Harris and family, Mr. and iMrs. fice und pay a year lu ndvanco. or Douglas l'YuiiKtir, Mr. and Mis. lius nro not coming to town Boon, Bond Ilyion and f.imlly, Mr. nnd Mrs. ltlchard us a check. 'o must have all our Dooley and ton Aichle, Mr. wid Mrs. O, paid up promptly In advanco 1' I'owers and fninlly, Mr. and Mm. llu and If you aro behind wo know that A I ford and family, Mr. nd Mrs. Walter you simply ovet looked tho matter. Conrad and Uttlo daughter, Gladys, Mr. Mrs. lien Allenbough and daughter, and Ague, Mi', and Mrs. Doo I'owers and son. Improved D. nock, $1.00 per .etUng. ltusatjll. Mlssevi I.owlo, ltortlia and V.urs, Wits. JOHN W. SANDERFUR. Hunts, Oru llubertbon, Ma.udo Dunbix. ". P. D. No. s, Hartfnl. Ky. Given Surprise Supper. Look on the First Page. will find a yellow slip. It liaa' printed on it your name, and audita You a A ou i, y EggslwSaieT I. T BEGINS LONG TOUR :. ' Chicago TO WIN SMALL BET Doctor Leaves U. S. In Steerage for Seven Months in Europe. r 1 lv fi f A rpknilld cottafio In tho Hendtr nd- dltlou In lltaiir I 'a in, Ky., In Aftir bavins road' the almanac through condition, nnd Inctudlni; four town lots two or three times it U still hard for aro for sale If sold at once, llosldcnce Columbus AltMip to understand whit Is now btliitf npaijcred. A bargain Is of- - intuit innlklne hnw to do with the condition of the weather, ftred. CJI on or address, UAHNUTT &. rOSTEl!, I.uko Mnthiwsla has been fUturlns this SStf Hartford, Ky. lllnluirc:)i. weik on biijiiiK himself a suit of o'othi Jlu inuot kofji nn enet nmi JtonilzcO at that he Dr. but has come to the dui-sloConstipation causes dizziness. count of pinny spent ami tni1i"d, Miles' LnxutUe Tablets will help 0U- - had bitter wult and see how tho presl- tuiil If ho comes Jiomo as pu nitric mint djntlal ikctlon Is (,'olnf. The Mammoth Catalog. Uio original Make he Net out wlU lc re may be litH who enn cln of nl. of anil lie will win of II'" Th A notice In the TlckUUc TldlnK moKt any kind of tlilnK and whoop It cccli from two follow riirioni In the last "Week asking eerylHdy to "Watch for buddliiK Sprlni;; ChtiaRu lciltu1. This Space and Sac Money," has caused Tin re may be orators who yell and all of our cltlzuis to luy iLslde their Tlicre ncir iuw n time wJien iriilc tlnlr kirt' e'orlcH till and ornue to other work this week. "of Ghnmttr-laln'- s niiprccJntrd tho nU a Cou;li Itemody more tlian no.. Thtre may be authors who uu write an Day before yesterday the Tlili in tdiown liy the Incront-- e in Kiltis make the Ku k resemblu white mid laid his pipe down xnmewhereat thcpist ojhI voluntary tcMlinonlalti from persons offke, and mi farjias bem unable to find Ufe u Ulon of dcllKht; who h.ne urd b) It. If Jou or Hut win ii It comes to dreamlnc dreams It. He fays that l.s one tmulilo ubo it "It la not the tendenjour Jillilri arc trouldttl wJUi h coush and boosting cies of tho Age that I want to talk. to Holumts occupying a KOMrnmtnt jiosltlon. you about, although my 'theme' Is more or cujl rIm" It a trial .end become acquaint until jihiluutbropby It set ins Take off 1'rbdiy Hjnioi.k' rheutnatlsiii has tak- or less closely connected with that subcil with Its tood iiuuUtJ. . 1'or .vile by ill ject. You have all. I think, heard of our hat to that sly do,j who wrltAj) en a turn for the worxt and lie h.us de- Pastor ltussell, the wonderful American m dttilcfs. "mammoth eataJog!'' the cided he bad better look emt nfter lilt preacher, who has Just been inducted to We uxid to think the ctrtus bills that the charge of the Indon Tabernacle, rillslon. Sunday he went over und brags known nil over the United Kingdom and What Has Marriage to Offer to fHled us full of Jiimpii and thrills eel on the IKig Hill preacher's sermon. thousands of miles beyond, as the pulpit a Woman. aii.l biuli eMlteinent to the kIIh, of tho roered Spurgcon. Mr. Russell haB reworld In his dlxiourse at'Mhe Wild Onion achleied a position In the by any of In nn ortlcU- on "The Ainrrican CJIrl" Tliat talkid about the this or that, tin living ligious thought unequaled lid AniIn the May Woman'p Home Comaiilon. celt United women fat, the clown", the sehool house on "1'ieliLstorle Divine. And, curiously enough, he delivmals of I'entueky" S.itunlay night 1'iof, ers his messago to far more peoplo 'outduelled i at, J XHvcn Umrlk side' the church than could cer be "What lias niurrJnce to of fir In oom-- p The iiuu.to.lon rhlnocerits, the h)ilm- - Sap Spradltu had oeaslnii to speak In brought together within tho walls of the wliV-'- i - glowing terms of Tobe Mnsiile) 's anceslargest temple in the Unhcrse. His serIn aili tl hornkus, tho h.ilrliKS hiporation for the many thiuKt of mons and writings hae won for themtors." It doirl( her, in a iiuw-tlolli.it tlio lKitiunus, selves an extraordinary popularity In J America and I am credibly Informed that lurfclf with About the (.'Uttering parade Unit put jniniK Minn of Hinstip sajs before iinyone Pastor ltusselPs printed books on religious a Krowln tcopllclxm. Wlutt o)iiurtuuI the Cm nu In thu "liaile the hl!?h- - DiUlicr can appi 1. late the Jon' ami ruiuh tilp subjects aie excelled In circulation only tlcn of cn)mtjit doio It hold that aro form of bunk dlpl.iyiil by the Bible Itself. Just think what this mde by the man who found means. It means that millions of people 4. open to In r before iiuirrIn:? And But one thins puts them on tho ho.;: us something the South role, wo Hhoiild climb to the all mer the world have found essays M.jihUlkatlim hi with an InircaHlrK The bit,', mall onkr catalot'. and In Pastor Russell's sermons, top of some tall trie ami tako a look lectures which they have been unable to onfldently nruiwure, 'None,' wilirlilnic Vou'JI notice oirthh.j; tin rein tiRood discover In nny other religious writings down that way. with the fcrmtiid nkity tlio in.tii.il and ilk koM mid cheap tut sin, the nudiir's apext from the Great Book Itself. til rcud to win. known .Jojh of elrlljood A Weekly Talk. lo The Deputy constab'o wa-- s called " problem. ith.'il Jojs of The're "uplendld," and ristrlUed "reat' the homo of the Old MIm r 011 Musket "Now, to come to the crux of the matof I feel'sure wifehood. And lnfrntH ntly all the and "grand." by "exjierts iniulo" or Itiilgc iMenlay to ofisUt him In find- ter. readers will that the vast majoritythat my learn with pleasure "iirtlMs pl.miKd," "the bist and bli;- - ing a eltme that hod been fuss and ftAtlurx attuuUiu; luir ni(nu;e-mearranged for a weekly contribution inlsphieod I hae from the pen of Pastor Russell. A in mi rely tjic iwirajdiirnaJla of KtM In th land" around the house. The Ileputy did lint Mr. Russell h'mself calls It, but IndellKJitful Tim simplest Uilnj; Is "ikli" and' "rare," strain his no I have an Idea it will be found to be looking, there being something more, something fuller, than vented, In whWh tlio lrl iirotindH ito the and ev'ry 1'ooni1ii thins Is there reward. merely a condensed sermon. I have been , man that he nvirds lilm ts the rioldot from doors to artificial hall ; reading a selection of the famous PasAmong those who arc pleased with the tor's religious writings, and they appeal and liumkiinucM of huiikin biliiKK, while The ciniij'jit Huhstltutc Is "fine,'' the of to me ns being more of the liiTKolf hccrtliy In Muff Is all "of bist ilo.slsn," and action of Congruss In cutting the woid quiet, discursive talks on seriousnature Jiirt Mm subjects npplaurc out of the spcemhis appealing than sermons or pulpit deliverances of the xupirJor to him or any othir imre mm'! Vokl for S9." Pastor Russell In the Oongrcslonal Iteoord, Is our post- - , conventional description. Kor luljictlitH that will befo,;. At h.'ut Ui.it Ih the IuiIMUIkI attitude is a clear, easily understood thinker; he master, nn ho won't buo to stop and eschews 'dogma and all subtleties of form In certjiln M.tloiiB)f Amvrlenn Consult the "liummutli iiitalis.'' end faith, and he says what he has to say women mi4mbirKhae untie 'Tls faid the clriiiH jio.stir declare laugh so niuoli while reading It. on the great truths of religion and morals Its Koldin to olojt ileflaltn'y the Icw that tlietjlrl thu Kie.lt est lauiMlll language I'rof. Sap. Spradlen got lilm a memor In plain but alwajs, beautiful to the orHe speaks and writes not only baa imllilnc to eixjict from niirrl.i;u rlKbt ouihsafid to nuin; andum book about a month ago, ionics dinary church-goeas we accept the that she did not alrividy jwhhirs; that, 'Tls said a fihlu l man can take a minof phrase, but to all Intelligent men and wou liuttreul, fhe Ih confrontid with certain now from a tiny lake and fioui the It around with him for the puipo-smen, and I foj one can quite well appreputting down all his tlioughta that ciate the unparalleled popularity which a whale inn make; di finite dutkx nttindunt upon the eviro mine he has achieved In America a popularity, anything. So far he has 11 amount ultltJy 'Tls said a imidldate inn Htiilid bcfoie occasion to make any notations. I feel convinced, be will very soon equal of a IioiimIioM wliU.li, If not to In this country. Pastor Hussell's talks with dlttuMtftil to her, aro lejtaiiily not to a crowd wi1iik luuids and will begin In the Journal next week, and 1 liu re;ard(d as soutcoh of actual Just an soon as Yam Sims has revolv am hopeful that they will be an extremely Iiruu 'twas he that haved tho land; It must lo ndmlttttl that ho Is fur 'Tls mid that Ananias' name Is knowl ed a wiittm guarantt-that Spilug hn popular feature of the Journal." The Press of America. , faille and yet ho m.er coma he is going to put on his stripod to ttrjjistjn ftentx rlylit Uuin wronK In urrlltiK at ' this .oncJusk)n, and who wl'l bLiine lmr. knew the ijmiK, Fnstor Russell's popularity abroad t pants and standing collar, mid dop.it does not deprive him of tho honor of As dots the lattr, Hlir ilos for Tkkllle, mid when tho train conns preaching for rtfiutliiK to allow Iwrhelf to be to the largest congregation Into auumliu Who wrltis tho "lii.iniiuiftli cntaloff.'' In he Is giIng to walk Into the coach in I'itlitr c'Oiilid or America. Surprising ns it may and take a drink out of the leu water seem, his sermons are at present a nlatloimhlp tluit offna si few oppur-tuultld tut w& tlio for tank. in more tban ono thousand ntwspnpers In America, reaching apavnnuo homo of rietcher Henstep enme In this morn proximately ten million homes weekly. Children I xi mo back Is usually caukiI byrheu-liuitUi- n ing with the ripoit that tuning luul r- - Last Juno nmi July, while making a Bowel of the mufclcs of tlio Kiel:, for tour to attend the Biilieel at Itouiiillng lllllouc, nnd that Many children at an early age oxer) body was beginning to dig fishing ble Students Convention at San Franwhich you wUI find nothing better than become constipated, and frequently woims, Spilng will piobubly jiuch ilog- - cisco, Pastor ltussell mado several Chamberlain's IJnliiKiit. For talc by all serious consequences result. Not stops en route, nnd the reception everytil dealers. uiniK uuic i li realize ins own cun- - wallow about day after tomoriow, as we where nccoiiled tho "American Spurdition, a child's bowels should be aie only about eight mlks west of tint gcon" was most . I .! A.I MntlLl.llll.F n.rl n .vd..IA ' place. Vacations for Everybody. Many excellent nccounts of his meetlaxative Riven when necessary. In an artklu on xu'.UIons In the May ings were published: "Tho S.111 FranDr. Miles' Laxative Tablets are tic lias violated the confidence Atlas Homo Coiniuinlun, the uuthor especially well adapted to women Wonmir cisco Call," lu making reference to and children. The Sisters of of scnciu! of hU warmest fi Inula and af what other papers vvero saying, Interrijh In part: "lloiaco (Jno'y atd ho hud been Christian Cliariiy, 531 Charles St.; ter this It will be a haul matter for estingly sumuiurlcd ns follows; "Pastor Russell's given name has been twenty years trying to find tlmo to Brf Luzerne, Pa., who attend many lilm to get n diluk of lkkir that Is any cases of sickness say of them: the publlo nicoiint. Ho obtatiiid a Jul) of Hit lost to In which record duringfamouslast ten u few ytar latir ho dlvl a flMilns, and as the years, ho has been "Some tlmo ubo we began using Dr. Smith's Moonlight Heel the other il.i Russell-w- ho great 'Pastoi' plain Pastor u from ovirwmrk and nnxloty. Many Miles' Lnxutlve Tablets und find thut thousands In this has swayed hundreds of we like them very much. Their action under the pi etdi.su that ho was going to country fai mt i' lius ull his fo within Kldit of and abroad. wo are Krateful fur ti.se It In cih bi u ting his annual blitii-daIs excellent of halni; been and running strwuim, or within fcound "Do they come to hear him? Well, rathmade aciiualnted with e Hut Instead of that ho took it er! So far it has been Impossible to and tho mikci Htluu them. Wo have hud tfood results in baliUhiK brooks, a hall large enough to hold the cMry caso and the Bisters are very homo, nnd put some asofetlda In It for Uiat he huiiK up UU boo and o a fUli crouds. Dreamland Wnk has been hired much pleased." plieiinioiilu liicdlilne. Ilogwallow for this occasion. In Kansas City. Denays, lilm. Thoreau ln ver, Salt I.ako und Los Angeles the PasThe fejrm and flavor of any medi'Tho better part of ian As soon plowed tor and his faithful crew have taken the cine is very important, no matter populace by storm. Tho nevvspapeis have Into tho froll a eomiKut': and I who is to take it. The taste and given him moro spaee than a war scare uutli llrw. 1 know a won-u- n appearance are especially important known borne and print his speeches like a Presidential when children are concerned. All message." who put In r Uiblci In u brnel Hiid parents know' how hard it is to give Hat Many Interpreters. left tlR'in while oho worked In the fie! I the average child "medicine," even For IafimU and CUUrM. Pastor Russell lecently returned with her husband. Together they paid .though the taste is partially disTour. His Tfts Yn Hurt Atwaytlnckt from n Roundlho-AVorld- " guised. In using Dr. Miles Laxoff the fuim inoitt'ae, und then bought work, as he by appointwas a two-folative Tablets, however, this diff,, more faruui and paid off more Bears the ment was to Investigate certain mat iculty is overcome. The shape of never took acutlon. They ten pertaining to Foreign Mission acthe tablets, their appearance and Signature of taste at once appeal to tivities, nnd nlso to deliver public ad Nolthir of them ever saw u train of car candy-lik- e any child, with the result that they dresses In Great Britain, Greece, In-- ' ttiitU the Iron mils weio laliLthcouiih without objection. dla, Ceylon, China. Japan, etc. He Is Snowstorm in Mountains.1 first are taken tluJr own IiuuIh, am when tlie The rich chocolate flavor and on another Tour, which Whltetiburg, Ky., May 15. lUponm fioi soon to leave train pawml tlutU4;li, the old lady was absence of other taste, make Dr. nearly all of the countries to say, 'WfcJl, 1 hav worked hard Miles' Laxative Tablets the ideal sections of the Cumberland unci J Husk will Include lieard Bot previously visited by him. Thus remedy for children. nil of my life, but now I shall hava It mountains along tho Virginia border aio the declaration that the "Gospel of box fails If the iuy. I can Jut hit and inllk and see the price first returned. to benefit, to the effect that snow waa fulling them the Kingdom" shall be preached tie a is Ask your Uie cars to by,' ero wltseae to all nations In all the world druggist. A box of 35 dotes costs last nlht, ttveje being quite a family f my 'acquajnttuice, will, by the esd of tble year, pracUeal-l- y only 25 cents. Never sold in balk, storm ialajr. The snow Jiowever, "Asothrr to fullllfd by bia atoM. farao, wlttt fifty town MILKS MIBICAk CO., Ilkhsrt, In oa a lor llvl o Die jrtunil lux a short time. J-. Now Yorrk, Mny II. Iir. of Ui; Mnff of tho KorwilKlnn l.utliinin Pnuuim'sm lloxpltriJ, Clilontio, Killed NticrnKO tniLij on tho North Ur-ma- n i.luyil Mtiiiiur KuIm r WIIIkJiii II with im In his iook(t to fee him throng a Mcn month' lour of KuroiK-- . l Dr. Mlkhilwn from llnlinkiii 1h.)Iiik 1'iit nftir CIiUuko with IK". mijio nmi n few chIiIh mill ml IIJ luul token win:. HI cimllnl of a crip nmi lain co.it, two old ciiltsinn four Milrta iluni tip In n liiimly buinlJn. The trip In lielnjj nuiilc on u wimir. Tlie l.r.tnr must work liLi wny whin IiIh inoiiiy kIno out, but nuit not liruillcu iihiIIi In.-- , biff, .burrow nor Min.1. lie may drive truik. iltK illtihea or perform nny rorl of manual Ulmr. OoixiiluijH-n- , IK' limit take a Itxture courw at n intllol hiKtlluto In Vknnn, mo llirlln, I'urlx, lnilon and c roiu-Jiu- Mils-kdM- ai to milk nnil on.ro for, nnd flvn hunilrnd In r tlino ivory to Jock afttr, llnda jour for nn outln;; rathtr, tliry lilro e tri Ik Uj,iii tin" faun and lake tlio tlm and they do not tako tlio tlmo prudi;-ItiKl- y clUur. They Ilfturo that what tlio outing to.tit Li tlio bet Invi'.xtini lit of the wImiI.' iur, Tliry lm.o thilr own tint, mid r.imp for u wnk or morn on n nou-li- y Htiinni or tuku where flxhlni and lioatluK arc uoml. A fairly kikmI tent urn bo brought for tlio pjlio of a wok'K hiNird at 'a nuiuincr ri'sirt, and tlio tent will lat m.iny jwirK. Vniatlon duos not nn.ivyirlly imll N'autuiktt DLHUinca winitlin. IcihIh n Rrcat drill tlio Wo forgot Hint of I'UchiuitiiRiit, Idrdf kIiih Juxt an flucoil) In our own flolilH and croven n thoy do In flolUH away )iiiiidtciln of mllos nnd ;rom Why cliouM wo Minoln "lint In iluilnn all the hot KiimliKr monthx Jtit Ik.ciuikc wo nnot tiaMj far nwiiy? If u cannot iJford to own a tent, there nro ntn let (xjh.iimIc iuijh of riiiniiliii, out." FAMOUS RELIGIOUS EDITOR. Hog Wallow Doings. The fnmed nilile defender, tho Pastor Ilnsscll of London nnd Ilrookljn Tnlifrnuelcs, hns won tin Minted praise from the prpssnml public of ninny nations by forty j ears' unceasing iictlvlly ns eriiiiRcllNt nnd writer. In the early part of his ministry smaller ellles were frequently visited, but not so now, Mnco his field of has liecome world-wide- , nnil the tirirent Inrltntltnis to dellter free public lectures In tlio Inrpest cities linvc beeoiue so numerous thut et en ull of tliec ennuot be nccepted. Kor the pnst jenns Pastor forelpn ntisscll has iniule tours, nnd, through the press reports of his meetings held In Intro public halls of the lending; cities, ho hns received much favorable comment and publicity. Wonderful Drawing Power. As n public speaker on Itlblc topics, Tnstor Uussell stands unrivaled stands alone in n place created by his own individual work, a place not previously attained nor occupied by another. The mammoth crowds that repented-l- y assemble to bear lilm at every opportunity Is conclusive evidence as to bis drawing power. Last year, while conducting a scries of Sundny meetings In the London Royal Albert Unll, Pastor Ilusseil received written communications through the mail from more than sis thousand persons, requesting printed copies of his sermons. Bo spontaneous a demand was both unprecedented nnd unlooked for. Another evidence of his populnrlty on the other bide of the rolling blue is the publication of his weekly sermons In something over three hundred papers ln England, Ireland, Scotland, Australia. The Hditor of Great Britain's foremost family paper, The People's Journal, has so aptly commented and acted on the matter that we can do no better tban to quote here the talk he gave his readers. He said: A Wonderful Preacher. ren-ernligpinl-nnnuhenrt-to-hea- Ilnz Harlow has ;ono to Tlrklllo to Bet Ideas as to how tho Imrti ndcr roaches Ids hair. JtfferMm l'otloeko says ho finds that people had the headache u fur bulk as the Bible days. Washington Hocks brought to our office this week a curiosity In the shnpc of a stme. tlirec-lcRticii Ilnz Harlow sa hnrdist tho next Uilnj,' to do besides finding out who Is your friend is to Jocute a froi; in a gra.ss patch. cistern at the wcek, leak this mid J'lt Smith has been appointed us it commlttio of one to look Into it. Tho public drinking e post-offic- body nre killed ijct into two vnyo-hy the white corpuscles of the blood, and by a rrrw-W- r substance that is in the blood. Just what tlii-substance is, wc do not know, flic blood of n healthy person nlwajs has some g suhntancc in it to word on" the attack of disease. The fountjin of hie is the stomach. .A man who has a weak nnd impaired utomacli and hcml whi docsnot properly ditfcstUus food will soon find that his blood has become weak nnd impoverished, and that his whole body is improperly ondr insufficiently nourished. To put the body in healthy condition, to feed the system on rich, red blood and throw out the poisons from the body, nothing in the past forty jcars bit .fTPrllrd fJr. Il.v..' r!,.l.l.n imcuivui n: ... ... wuiu.ii M.i:.l n pure? 7 Kl)ccric extract (without alcohol), of uncuvvii golden bloodroot, seal nnd Oregon grape root, slonc root, mandrake an J queen's root with black chcrrvbark. " My luiOiniid was n (uilTrrcr from stimneh tronblo and impure blissl. wrlks Miw. .Tajiks ji. Mai-.tiv- . of Frankfort, Ivy. "His had a soro on his face that would form ., vcah which vvniild dry find drop off lu alHitit a month, then another would Itnmcdlntely form. It cnntlnmd this wnv for a long time Ho tried remedy that any 01m would MiBinwt but fotmd no rollof. Ho then tried )r. I'lerce'i Medical l)lcnvry which completely cun t him. Hi jiokli-Im MiivmI cured now for tvvn year, and I rrcommend thU valuablo medicine for Impurities of tho blood." Dr. Pierce's I'ieasnnt Pelfelc rrrfnlal.. arM :n:rfr.r stomach, 'ivcr and bo'vvcis. J.H. M Anrm. Esq. tiny granules. -germ-killin--- How The Body Kills Germs. Germs that hi the tAcJri4 v Sugar-coate- MirutiB a House for Sale in Beaver Dam. JAMES & CO. First Class Centertown, llt L,iveryi-tiat- t Kentucky. cry Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, L-I- COLT Superiority For two years the Proven! nv-rlt- s f.ire-e-wil- l; jltttomatic Pis tol Match iStattS of the United has been won with a -- l'n uionej-mukln- Colt Automatic Pistol 'Sf '&& re vjsk.i t ouisnoi ..v.. nas me and outranked all others In open competition, which proves COLT 'MB. sJEHHn rysswHMk . t t fm Hm iat V 9 WJ o H 1-- iHk. 4W mi ACCURACY. Home Protection doesn't require en esperl shot, but it does require an accurate Automatic Pistol vith which YOU can do expert shooting the COLT Is the one best proof of the most accurate pistol for you to buy. m. XF i.7j?wj ''' . 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StoJ&Mr y hr f(l CONN. iy r, SPIRITISM SAID TO BE DEMONISM. little brochure tbe press Betting forth with Bible proofs that tbe comA most Interesting has recently come off THE NEW EWINO MACHINE OF QUALITY. plui-i-or- rernl ?" is pub-lUjlie- Guard Your Against Trouble 11 trnns-contlnent- i heart-cheerin- li VI y. en-go- munications received by and through NOT Spiritist Mediums is of Demon origin. SOLD Tbe writer traces bis subject through tbe Scriptures from tbe time when UNDER ANY certain of tbe holy angels became disOTHER proves from the Scripobedient lie NAME. tures that these fallen spirits the human dead, 'with whoso WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. past history, spirits, though invisible, are thoroughly acquainted. He shows iryon purchase tlio NKW JIOMK you wilt that they nlo frequently person- lmvo a Ufa t nt tho price you puy, und will ate tbe Creator nnd the Redeemer, nut have an end less eluil n of repairs. commanding tbelr deceived ones to Quality pray, do pennnce, etc. This, however, is merely to lend them on nnd to bring Considered them more thoroughly under demoniacal control. Sometimes by breaking kisthe down tho natural barrier, the human Cheapest will, they possess their victim, nnd rule him more or less to his ruin frequentin the end ly sending such to tho madhouse. to buy. Numerous Illustrations. Scriptural and otherwise, are given. The price of the you want nmwlnj; machine, wrlto for) If little book is but ten cents; it should our lattkt catalogue before you purchase. bo In tbe bands of ajl Interested in The New Home Sewing Machine Co.. Orange, Mass. Spiritism or who have friends Interested therein. Enclose five two-cestamps to tho Bible and Tract Society, 17 Ulcks street, Brooklyn, NN Y, HOME per-sona-to LiI3s ra HACAZIME 1 ner u. Ladies' STe Mosey mi Porto Rico's New Wonder. From tar away Porto Wco coino re dlncovery poiU) of rj ivonJciiul new tluit Is tillcccl will Mutly be milt pcople.M llainon T. Marclian, ot tho n, Hracv-lonet- 'ho CASTOR I A M Keep ia by Reading McCall'i Style M' Magaziae and Using McCall Patterns IUC.U'i MiMili-nllu hi Jim iIhsm V U ilcii'o run poMril I))' lali1 at a iiiiiiliuuiii kci'liiiiic "l d moit-Kaec- (Z.tfZttu writes "Dr. KlnK- - New Dlfccov-tr- y I 1 - - Is doing HplemUd work here. It cured nw bout five times of terrible couulm and colds, alfco my brother of a severe cold In Ills chest and moro tlian 'JO oth cm, who usid It on my advice. Wo hope thU treat medicine will yet be sold Va For dm htora In Porto Wco." throat and lujic troubles itt axm no equal A trial will convince you o( its merit, Mo and 11.10. Trial bottla free. Cvaran. h. ' tcd by acJU drucKlsU. erjr lollies 11 ml Iiuih. M hm r'.ulnon Hektuiil lu mi It Ifiiie. Abu ui'ii.iUo liiriiiinatltm 1 11 nil Iioiiik mill ler-Only ntil inauu.H. Nv n yitir liuludin; 11 tu u I'ulleni. buli. ti rilo tiMlay or send lur Ijhi huuijilo cojiy. HtCill riltrai wild imlilti itm to mi kr In roiif t UillihiKfur own lionm ViHti H.i oi.11 ulei t . Willi It will ! yourw If nnil.i hilii-r'- n un hlrtier llum li lu nyle mill l.l. 1 1I11 ( if 11 m tml few ro I'a Wvii ( uiali'iaii'. MlllH. W VM Cn Tm Fm flMoli fur n ttinc aforfriu iur (Miinlv Hriulioixisiiioui! ) "i"l Viito Offcc. a rreaUcmvt'utaUi'O 'U liikliloun ou ttm 111 1 t J.i- -- jt. uia.l t1 7 u J. J. NEY FOSTER NEY FOSTER new conthe market, that starting cern commonly eems more hopeful, nut n man simply If In the oUl time way, for hangs out his Ahlnglc and waits trade to come, the prlmeself life may be gone before he gcU It. The .same result can be .had In n fifth the time by efficient advertising. the Underprise and truth telling are iiualltles tliat draw trade. To prove that uwa'eo he hns enterprise, find Is wide enough to protect the customer' Interest a merchant must take tho Initiative and make n vigorous push for buslmss. onn be A newspraer advertisement placed in every home for 1 per ccn,t. of the cost of personal solicitation. It Is rend when people Hre ait their leisure, In ft thood to listen to what the merchant has to say. Good ndvci tiling elves an lmpreslon tlint the merchant Is alert nnd. energetic In meeting public neoil, nnd a public "givi1 Impression of that kind Is , a will," Jiavlng a large cah value. It Is like money on Interest In the b.ink. Heturnlng to our starting point. If Instead of ixiylng $.'i,mi u eer for that business, a man shoubl spend $""0 a e.ir for two years In advertising, lie would have' Jl.tmO In his pocket nnd a better business standing. on Hartford Republican. - OAK GROVE. JtayW. l'armers .In this ommunlty arc greatly lieldnil with their Work on account of so much rnln. Mr, John U, Smith visited friends nnd relatives In llutUr county ilast week. Singing school at tie Qrovc I progrc Ing nicely. Prof. Karl Smith will begin school at the Grove the flrt Monday In July, Air. HUlnc Wiuvterfleld, of near Heaver Dam, nttended the flinging Siimlav Air, S. M, Janus made n fl)lng trip to Mvllcairy Siuuliiy. Quite a number of people ciu'l on Mr, Wlnson Smith to view his, ginseng garden. on MUs Laura Miller who has be.cn the Ick lUt Is able to be out ilkhWi. Miss Goldi Smith and Mr. ilkilne llnnnoy Sunvlsltiil Miss day. Mr. Hoy Stewurt, Soled, visited Mr. Johnnlo'lCeown Saturday, Messrs, John Kcown, John Allen nnd Hoy Stewart took the examination at Heaver Dam lrliLiy and Saturday. Success to The Keipiihllcan. rttort, Ky C. according to low nt the roitotflce mall matter ot the second can't YOU you, no get any better clothes than we can matter how you get them, no matter who takes your M. BARNETT, E. DUKE, EDITORS HAMEY PUBLI8HER8 AND PROPRIETORS. measure; no matter now much you pay for them. There are no better clothes made than our K Itlrm commuakatioM Hartford RepukUoan. aU to NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS desiring the fent to ft i)f Subscriber Address mntt gie the old address In making tit request. Unsolicited manuscripts will not be returned aniens accompanied by postwre. Anonymous toramunlcHtlons will recelTe do StST Vh' lA V r W2 pT mMmx WJA Hart Schaffner &Marx clothes; you get certainty attention. 7 .jtourix TXLXF3 jx.i.vx...... F1UDA.Y, COXT3B. ,.i3 MAY H. Now Jersey next. On to Chicago and Baltimore. varo Let us (Ul give tluinks. The prlmarU about over. lxwn lias now tlie United States, as Canadian reciprocity snow under In well as Cnnada. Democratic free trades of the South be. came jiroteutAonlst In u hurry whenever It Is proposed to place sugar tin the free list. , .seem to prefer CJnrk Ohio Denujcrats a and will no doubt Instruct for htm tomor-toof the fruits. This Is" wrong, 'and should ! .Hon. lit. K. Iee Slmmermun not tontlnue. To secure o each laborer mentioned for delegate from tlie fourth the whole product of his labor, or as district. nearly as possible, ts a worthy .object f Notwithstanding the warm fight nov any good government. That seems like going on In Democratic ranks for the ;i very dangerous doctrine for ,hUh Pro. Presidential nomination, a slim vote has teotlonlsts to xubscrlbe to. .Toronto Globe been cast In every WUUo where the priWhy should this be dangerous doctrlnu mary election has been held. On the for 1'iotectlonUts? It Is the fouiuLulon other hand the Republican ot. In al stone of Protection, the bas.ie principle large. of the American most every Instaneo has betn Protoetlvo T.ulff ear. League, that, as marly us possible, labo Looks like a llepubllcun A few weeks niro tho T.ift Icadera at Washington met eind resolved that the President .should jiut more ginger Into Ids oampalgn ahould Jump on Col. Hoose; velt with both fet-t- . Well lie did. Now tho eame Taft leaders are crying out against wo much personalities and "mud allnglng." Kven a elark.hor.se bec-iusof the personal abuse Indulged In by tho canilldatc-M' .sugR-stelne . Notice. This Is to certify that a majority of the stockholders of Hartford Mill Company, have consented tliat the existence of said company as a corporation, be Lincoln a Protectionist. terminated, nnd the affairs of snld ComiThe American Protective Tariff Ixi-gu- c pany are being c'osed up. of high Is circulating In defense Given under our hands tills 5th day of Protection a spercli by Lincoln, In wjilch Aiull, IMI. , i.U he snld: "Inasmuch a most good things J. C. DURnKTT, are produced by l.iltar, It follow that W. K. ELLIS, l'rtsldent. all such things of right belong to hoe J. C. RILEY, Scc'y. and Trn. labor has porduccd them. Hut It has who Still In business wltli more House Maso happened In all t,he ages of the world terial than ever. Some material cheaper that sonic have labored and other have ever before. large iiortlon than without lalror enjoyed Whip Wm I'VsTjifld f.!vitwii; fit I i k ''. llr;.Viw ' II rikfc' of quality in fabrics, certainty of correct style, tainty of honest tailoring, if l I bW BBBBh ui ?.. 7 ? certain iy 01 gooa in. 11 mm4 VJbbbbBi UbBBBBB 1 1 x WMl VbbH !& KrftBBB - you don't get them all here, we'll give you back . your money. This is the only place and the on'y way to get certainty in clothes. iLvnrroRD Lifted. jull co. Come to Hartford Quarantine I'or three weeks tin re lias been more or less eclte'ment over the county owr scare, whluh dispute was the smallpo thought to have In Oil city. Tuning every precaution iKisslble, nnd In order to keep it from getting In the school the school was dl.suitssed mid ,i I pupils nnd teachers were ordered to stay at their bonus for twenty days. This erder has now Iksjii fully com- piled with, and the Health Offlce-r- , lr. S. J. Wedding, has llfttd tlie iiuirin-- ( tine, and for two weiks there hu. l n no new cases of the disease which sembled smallio, a'nd by many w.is doubted irthat disease. be-e- HHllllllB lKKlH Ccyjrrltl 1909 BBBBBk Suits $18 and Up bj Hm !ti4Btt to Uti Barnes' Special Suits $7.50 to $15.00. Senator of Ii nees. lie missed It In 1M6. In link and la billed to miss It even Jn a more mark ed degree In 1912. There were iw for tlie nomination In IWO and 1901, or he mgiht Jiave other bad projViee.Ie.s 0LATON. to Ills credit. At the Kentucky conveng Mr. and Mrs. John M. Stone tion Senator Uradley was quoted as fwere that tlie Jloosuvelt Ihshh would not guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hazclwood last .thirty days, lie now predicts that In the lountry Sunday. Col. Itooscvolt will bolt, but If there Is llev. and Mrs. y. M. Karris 5nt any .bolting It must bo by tho Tutt Thurwlay and VrVJay Xhe guest of their son, isam Farrla and family, mir Horse , Pio-tctloto-dcon-.tes- ts sa-ln- Uradley Is not a good jwosnos-tlcato- r ltepubllenn esidentl.il nomt- - should recle tho value of lalxii's 'jirod-Uc- t. And labor In the United .States doe receive such value to an extent not known In nny other countrj. Protection begins at the beginning when Itc rentes nnd Insures a demand for labor. Labor's reward increases as ihe demand for labor Is created and maintained. As the def mand decnases does the reward labor dccicdhc. Protcictlon seik.s to and doits Increase the demand for J.ilKir. diminishes the denuind by permitting fortisners to do the work that domestic labor can and should do. The Lincoln of fifty jears ago and the of harmonize cntlreily on the question of Protection. o I'roe-Tiad- E. P. BARNES (EL BRO. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. s left the pockets of tlllv of the soal, to riitijvc In return n i.o,t iht cent. The p.ipers have never ir- ilsesl. half-dollar- The Stork Busy All Boys. Mr. Guy McDanle,! was here from Hor ton Sunday and Alonday visiting rela'Notice in Bankruptcy. tives nnd friends. In Hie District Ciiurt ivf the United Jlr. anil Mr.s. (luuiu-- W. Hall, of near States, Western District of Kentucky. McGnidy Creek churoh, Grayson county. Jlay W. On Sunday 31ay i. 1SI12, In the flatter of jriUs CUty JJ.sVUng were guests of Mr. Hall's moyicr, Wrs. Illamoii.1, the Infant olilld of Mr. Comjisuiy, et. ul. M. Hull, Sunday. and Mrs. Ja.s. T. Davis, of nar Sunny-dalV.S. In tmiikrujitcy.i wn.s bajulzed at M.irvln'i C4wp;l Mr. ind Mr.. George Thompson were S. J. TIchenor & CMni.iny, a pantn-r- by Itev. S. J. Thompson. Presiding :idur here from CrawJey, I.ouLslana, several shlp Kiniioseil of SI1.1H J. TJidie'Oor, 0'Ma of this, the Onciudmro dLntrlot. days us guots of Mrs. TJiomi'on'H W. Afrliby and Clarence it. AMlrfty. and .Mrs. IXivls, oftnear SunnyMaie, Mr. and Mrs. William II. Lon,s. Silas J. TIchenor, Olho W. Awlihy 1111 jf White Hun, Ky., left hist S.iturday morning for Taylor Olarcnce M. Ashby, individually Jlr. Hubert Olltr, Mines whero she will visit her laughter. waa the gue.-.-t of Ids pjirents, .Jlr. ond The bankrupt, S. J. TIchenor & Mr. William Oiler, on .Water ttreet, Mrs, C. C. ltalze. a partnership compoeil of Silas J. Lydla Ixiffron.of Sunnydj,'e, .went Miss tSimdaj', any harm. Tleihenor, Otho W. lAfhby and Car, nee to Hender List Saturday. An Interesting sermon Is uld Ho have M. AJiby; and S;!a J. TMmrur nrvl Ijeen dcllvitrwl by Jhe p;istor, the 4!ev. Clarenco M. Ashby, Individually, having CONTINUAL NAGGING AT THE Notice to all Carpenters A. V. Armstrong, at McGnidy Crock examined nt a rneeitlng eif cmsllt. . The contract for the building of SchroaJ TARIFF. church, Sunday, and was heard by quite ors, end having filed In e'eiurt the pe'hcd. der Srhinil house will )nt let Jino Ifrd, The men who were doing the most of tho a large uudlelicc. ule of their fire.perty and list rf Uielr complaining and attempting to place the Jtoseo and Dunk Hall were hero from at the hehool house ulte. AM bids cicdltois, nnel Uilfi day 1711110 .by quunsci nui-s- t be Mealed. nisponslblllty upon tho Tariff are of the Remolds Station, Ky from Saturday and nuulo npiUe'atlon for tho iconflrma-tlo- n The old house will bo fold at tliu vsime i,me cbisa that '.twenty years ago went until Monday the guest of rel.itlves. tf such o.mKultlon. It Is now or time mid place. and down tli eioiuitrypivarhlng the docMrs. W. M. OKer, of this city ajvplhatlon .be flleil, It dered that is trine jof dlseimtent, which resulted In tho spending scwiul dujti tlio guest of her The Hoard of lMueatlon reiservew the appearing that said proposition has been light to reje'-cany or all blrls. S.10 W. defeat of President llairison, the enact- duiiKhtcr, Mm. Mary Uuaid, at accepted In writing ly a majority In ment of the Wilson Tariff bill and the re. i.Hieroii. uiuion. lor.mrunr n.ir number and value of ;dl uredltors .wheisu tleiilais. rtuoUou of wages otid jirloes all along tho Mr. Lee Patterson uml little daiu.'!)- njlowev), anil It furjther claims haw t2 HI1NUY LEACH. Sunt. iMany'. thousviuds of wvorklngmen line. t r, Cliloren", ,wero guiMs of her mothappeiiring thai the money to jwy tho were Ulsirlng at leducid wvutos and many er, Mix. Ford, near FrJodnJniid, Sunday. Lame back Is usually caund by rheu ivmslUeratlon to .Iki jiajd liy tho lank-rupt- s more tluiiitv.in.1 were without work, but Ruby, tlio little daughter of Mr. und matism of tlie muscles of the Uult, for to their credltoi, euid the tho jirlvtji of farm pixsluco weie lower, Mis. Charlie Stevens. Is iiilto 111. whlcli you will find notldng ltu-- than of the proceeding, Jkls been dtyiosjted, xilotlilng was Uiuapcr, fuel w.as cheaper. ClianiberlaJn's IJnlmctit. For bale by all pursuant to tho orelCT of tho Court now Mrs. John '. Allen la ut tlio Rut tlie ptuiplu suffered. ,wlthiilt of ber D. dealers. Mm. Wesley Tn made--, In the National Deposit llank of the money tliey tonld not buy.ho the low Duke, (mm Mr. Jesf Hull) of near Owcnsboro, Ky., .subject to the order of price of eoininodltli'H were no Itcnoflt to .Krledaland. Mrs. Duke Iiuh been III ,wlt An Old Swindler. the Judge of this tviurt. the ultlnutrvonHuiuer, Tlie (mtluual chills us has also been her little daugh-tThalluneock Cluilon.of Hawt(fIIe, Ky., Tho Court now fixes Juno S, 191", as iVORglng at the Tailff may bring ulniut u teay: Mlsa Jcslo A. Hull. the time, nnd Louisville', Kentucky, ax Uk condition again, uml It will not be I'roliaply as long as the time hull tho place for hearing the uld appUcatloi In the event that the Methodist church Ku!tUilu to correct Jho blunder for four Is esunpletcd In time, a inutracted last thfie will bo pesiple on this earth and directs the Clerk to give notW at yeuxs. Doylertuwii tl'a.) lutelllgenccr. will Ix'gln about tho 3rd Sun. who rather like to br humbugd, and least ten Viy before said time to ifuih ' May 7. . .' lay Jn June, The meeting Is to he con If tho one happens 'to be creditor by nwll. ducted by tlio pastor. Rev. Christy Gem-tr- a totul htiungi-r- , ho much tliu better and A true ejojiy from tho minute) of the ACQUIRING, A GOOD-WILand probably unsifted by a minis, ho much it the) Job. Tliesn lne Cour, Sneaking, of tho high cost of getting ter from Klnc;wopd. are piomptevl by an liulhleluul who d Witness my liunrl thin i".'nd tlay of May, a ntart In business, a HuwcMvlllei u month ago telling thro UVi. hi a Mrs. C. II. Crookkton, (neo MJjw Daly , near by Uiwn'tcH.s- - ilh tliat the sum of Allen) of Akron, Ohio, .who had Jjeen pupers, a furin jierloelleal, u lxuiltry A.'H. HONALD, Clerk. 6,0W la vshed for tho "good will'1 of u "pending several dayn u tho giieitt of. journal and u magazine, nil 011.1 year Hy II. P. CAS&LN, D. O. tcrtaln small concern, xeliiFh- - of ock her futher, Mr. Georgo W. Alien, of for 19 rentw. They were published In and fixtures. The buhlness Ji npj)K-- rout"!, lshed her cousin Mr. t)d 'Mrs. Chicago, and tho 19 cents was not tho Mulct for Sale. to pay fJ.tXO a year Inclusive pf owner')) J. y. Allen rexently, after which he loft sale price, bit rather represented the Two cood work tnuWa for' sale at my . eaiary. . '. for llcHenry to speml a week nltlj her postage on tho publlceaiow, wlilui were farm three mile koutb of Beaver Das.-- ., ' d It costs so much to .buy AUUun trolher, Mr. Alien before neturaUic to to be wnt absolutely free for fntrodue. Kentucky. ',- -, tory purpose. Many good, hard'llancoc fcuelw(8s, unkss Die mine It oxccd Ohio. Sit x: W.' BAKER. , rsreisldciit Taft has no ono to blame tout himself, for his loss ot the gruiU West and Central Stules Jn Ills race esfor rcnomlnatlon. Ho deliberately tranged the farmer oo by his fret trade Canadian .treaty which he tojr foie'ald of Demoeratle votts In He was warned and he shared tho advice of those who knew what ho Tvna Inv.UIng. ,, The American farmer Is a bqttor organized and a better Informed ciUacn tlian when Taft was it Iwy. lie has never been able to sue Jtut how tlie consuiii'r was to benefit by this ruulprM.'it,y tehem'c without doing him Con-gjre- s. lirnncJi. Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. Taj.tor, city ire the happy parents of a fine l.oy that was born Sunday morning. Dr. E. vV. Tord attending physician. Mr.s. Tay'or and are geittlng along splendidly. Needless to say Mr. Talor Is till smllc-i- . The stork did double duty Tued-iwhen It delivered a pair of fine boys to Mr. and Mrs. Jamtis .McCormlck, of route 7. Jlr. and Mr. D. 1:. Ward, of rout.) .1, nio oIho the jirouel jiarents of a flue boy that was born Monday. Th many friends In Hartford and Ohio uuunty will be p'eased to learn that I'.ev. and Mrs. .1. W. Uruner, of this city, but now Center, Te.VLs, the patents of a twelve pound boy that was U,rn May 19. y for-mer- ly Listen! you need N&ndyour clothes would surprise you to know of tho Is being done by Chamb Iain's Tablets, Darius Downey, of Nev- burg Junction, X. 11., write, "My wife using Chamberlain's Tablets has and flnels them very effectual and elolng her lots of good." If yeiu have any trou. hie with your stomach or bowols give tlieJn m a trial. For sale by all dealers. It great good that tsty furnishing goods to complete your dress hepiness iu i sunnydaleT re e, flar-eat- s, 1 Cemi-pan- y, ln 1 -- You will "shine" If we supply you with furnishing goods. Ve are sole agents for many "exclusive" lines. You will have that well-dresfeeling In our furnishsed t -. cts r ings. Underwear must fit If it Is "fit" to wear. Ve keep a big stock and can fit you. Buy a pair of gloves; they will come-I- n handy. Buy our tasty hose and you will be proud to roll your trousers up. Let us furnish your furnishings from collars to socks. Put your head into one of "our" hats. sster-ln-la- o, iiKX-tln- sl y, L. vis-ite- frl-n- CARSON St CD. INCORPORATED, it wmab-.hehe- ' Hartford, Kentucky. - fr"r'fr- -- fcj fN . r?ir s Col. T. J. Smith was on buslncM. T. Wlmbcrly, In Heaver Dam yesterday r Warm Weather SUGGESTIONS! Now that in all probability the cold, rainy weather is over and that real weather is on us, a change of wearing apparel is necessary. The point is this: We are headquarters for the very things you are going to need. mid-summ- er Itev. N C. K V.. p. lljiirnard, route 2, who fell lost week nn,d broke her Jlmb above the ankle, Is gutting along tut wdl as could season will soon bo here. The . Hrpubllcati print yoi bo Let The Hartford ,V. II, Taylor Jini Imughrt a bllli for tho PlcNlc. pleco of jirojH-rtnisir WllUanw mines Mrs. J. I). llnnd,in Is from nnd will move ,thcre with his family Tonn., tho guest of heir iiurit, the flret of June. It is to ie rrnittisd , Mrs. Jennie Alexander. that Hartford will lose this estimable H family. Mr. Vornon Crow,lcr. of Louisville, the gu of Itcv. T. of MndNonvllle V. Joiner nnil Mm. 7.. Wnyne (Irlfln nnd chljdrvn Intend lo leave today or Saturday for Mlddhrtmro, Ky w.hero tli'y ,wlll reMde", lr. fumlly. PIc-N- Ic Graduation Day FORYHE CLASS OF' l oxix-tecd- Qhat-tnnmvt- lil frtoruVi nnl rtlitlvos at Hon Atr. and Mrs. J. W. CoojK.r, who were this week, anil rald The Hepubtl recently the managers of tho Commercial cim a pleawint call Wodncsdny, Hotel In tills city, have gone to Madl- AVtekof Mny 20th Is planned for "DrWit sonvJlle, where I hey have loaned a res Wfok" at Ohio County Uriitf Co, taurant and rooming houro nmr the I and N, dejwit. Htoru. 1'iiliit", otc, nt a IxuKain. vbltlni; rnn-.t- i m MUvi iney Are Vi S - For Sale 3lf . $-- And we want you to call at our store to see them. Beautiful Sheer White Goods in fancy and plain, white and fancy Flaxons to suit your purse; new Silks, new Woolens, a splendid line of Trimmings suitable to match any of our Dress Goods. Kid. W. H. Wright announces there will KMX:TIUC MAjSSAQK at Taylor'd nur bor tfjiop. SomothlnK new for the fane be regular preaching services at rthe Flnt Try It and he plcanvd. 4tl GhrWJiui Church In Hartford Sundiy and morning and nlgjit, Sunday Auliool SunJlr. Ira V. Dean returned Uils week day morning at 9:30. Keryone cordialfrom an extensive trip through Alio (Vat ly Invited to attend all services. in tlno lntcrM of Uic Ktatpcky Clotli- EGGS FOIt SALE-Sln- glo Inir Co. Comb Buff Orpington Clilckens, and Indian Ilunner Mr. J. A. Illlhro, of the Ccntortown Ducks. Orjilngton eggs 75 cents per 33. Master Duck eggs 75 cents per IX Mcnnntlle Co., and Uttlo ison, Llratehir, ,rald tlie Itepublkan a jri.ca.iant MJIS. C. A. WILSON, ciUl Tuesday. SStf H. F. D. No. 1, Olaton, Ky. McCall Patterns Always in stock and courteous, painstaking salesladies to help you in making your selections. Mean No. 4685-W- Hon. (I. 1). I.lkens and son, iloster Again the publishers of The Jloptibllca Kdward, ofi Krankfort, wore In .Hart- desire to call attention to the fact that ford Saturday, and the former was at- no eommunUiatlon will be printed In tending to kipal matvrfl ihorc. these columns .when the nommuntcatlAn unsigned. For our own protection it Tlicro will bo rettulnr iireachlnK wrvl-crt- u Is Is nocosary .tliat tlie above rule be strictat Gxlicn fethodlRt Churpli Sunday pastor, morning by Joiner. Sun- ly regarded. day piirni No. 4653 Skirt Mrs. aara 1,0111ns omun tlit Price, 15 unit eattj y e LADIES' DRESS is in our Millinery Department to fit you out in new headgear. C. M. Harnett, . Messrs. James Lyons, It. Carson returned Monday nigh, Itev. G. W. Uarnett, Sydney Williams, Kail frojn a (Jiort vlelt hwv.after spcndlns Huh1I Plrtle, Jr., WlllLs Lyons, wnjckH travrllnK wivt-rafor the Ken- Barnes and listlll Harnett left WednesMr. A. l c!kioI the ltv. at that pJnte at i):3. Next to her wedding, this is probably the most eventful day of a young woman's existence. She is honored and admired and. a trim, neatly appearance increases the admiration. Likely she will be dressed in some of the many pretty things that come from our store pretty Lingere from our French Nainsooks or Linweave material and embellished with dainty Embroideries or Val Laces, hosed with Wun-derhoand shod with J. & K. Oxford's. No, she will not forget tucky ClothlnK Co., of LouJavlllc. AULEIt-I-IC- Considering all these advantages, don't you think it would be wise to trade with us? Bear this in mind and remember that It Pays to Trade With a House Saves You Money. That the new German Item-od- y for njjndlcjtls, or any 8toinajh .Mr. and Mrs. Dald Miller and little trouble, on pale at son, of Owensboro, are the guests of OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. Mr. Miller's mother. Mis. Jennie AIU!c Wo nlll lay cash for Olnsenu, Yclltinr and family. Mr. Miller recently rasped It(Kt and Mayapple iniifrt be well dried the examination held by the State Board nnd Ginseng not split or Rtrurur. of 1'l.irniaey, and madu a splendid grade. AV.H. MOOItK & SON. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hud Hoagalnd and hlld, Vhtppoorwill Stock and Tennes- of the Clear Hun neighborhood, ore vison iting Mrs. Hoagland's mother, Mrs. 1). see German Millet bctt iiualltlta 11. Kilts, the pro Ford. Mr. Hoagland was one of the exmarket for sale by duvo man. Iltl aminers at tho teachers' examination at Qtik-Imy Beaver Dam biKt l'rlday, and" Saturday uUes and fcinull profits la and Is busy this week grnUing papers. motto. Call and be convinced. day on Capt. Wldite's boat, the "W'liltc Cap" for a weeks fishing at Grassy. Jou Henry Parks went with them as rooli. se iia it nor to c THE Of - HOME Quality Groceries Ho JL tL wK WE LIKE TO MEET YOU Face to Face That Corno Horse and Mule Feed guaranteed 39tf Hartford, Ky. to Imj absolutely pure. Free from rotten iWednc- - grain, dirt, screenings or any worthless IJev. A. J, Wllllanis tbiy night from Do'auare, Ky where he material. Cheaper ctban oats or corn. fed Is vnwid Jn the tlinber JiulneN. for a and good substitute for hay when visit here .for u few days with 111 fam- plentifully. Sold by W. E. KLL1S, Produce Merchant, ily. I2t4 Hartford, Ky. Mcenrp. G. T. Tucker, Olaun rpjute , Supt. Henry loaeji and John W. Taylor, "Tho Vulture's Qlaw" Is full of Chrisromance olty, iuiiI Jimci T. Davis, Sunnydalf, tianity, complications comedy, wore jjcasant at The Hejmbllcan and tragedy nnd written by Itev. C. F. re uimberly, who held tho Methodist office Mond.o. vival In Hartford recently. H Is a wonI'rof. Otis Carson ha returned to Ills derful book and we are offering It and home on route S, after spending sevcir-i- l The Republican for one .xar for ll.ti. weeks at the Western Kentucky Normal Send your orders before books are exhaust School at Howling Green, taking special ed. tf teache-re"" ' S. L.. KINO, i;f.ij7iirjiw:viiii ;, j i i f .M. .a. I w i'i J M I I II '" AUTOMOBILE Splendid TRANSFER From Hartford to Beaver Dam and Return training. dtfV-sat- e JBHIHiaaUBaii Would Be OUr Choice BUT WHEN THIS CANT BE THE CASE We Hope to Hear Your Voice! Use Phone 140 for Choice Groceries! V s S Try These they'll Please: Puffed Wheat Puffed Rice Grapenuts Ralston Wheat Food Washington Crisps Post Toasties Corn Flakes Cream of Wheat Postum Chocolate Cream Fingers Vanilla Wafers Crispo Sugar Wafers Lemon Snaps Ginger Snaps Lily Flakes Newport Flakes Butter Thin Biscuits Peanut Brittles Mr. Samuel Haffcrty.an old and rospect ed citizen of Select, Ky.. died at his home at that place Tuesday. He ho1 been in bad , health for, several months and death was not unexpected. Funeral and interment was at SeJect, WednesYou would be surprised to see what day. The deceased was an untie to Mrs. useful articles can be had In the 10c de- R.- E. Duke, Mrs. J. W. O'Bannon, Mrs. partment of S. L. ICIng's Hardware Silo Taylor and Mr. Fred Cooper, of Store. Hartford, Step in and see for this city. yourself. 39tf. t Many who have rfad "Tho Vulture's AGENTS-Stoims- hlp Titanic Disaster. Claw" pronounce it to be one of the Complete, Authentic, Biggest book, Ucwt greatest of the later books. It Is filled Terms Sample book 10c. Address, Na- with genius and holds ..the readers attional rubllahers (Established Uu) lake- tention from the first in Intense, thrillside Building, .Chicago. Ht3. ing Interest with not a dull pag) The yoi buy Paint this spring g't plot is strikingly developed amidst the Before "our belaw' wholesale prices on palut. rare beauty iof tho Kentucky hills. The We are not going to handle paint after Hartford Republican one full year and "The Vulture's Claw" all for J1.C0. 39tf. this eeason. Is In LouUvIlle this as a to the (conference of the Wfynan'p Foreign Missionary Society She will also make a visit with relatives while m" that city. Mra. OHIe llarrott car meets all trains. Telephone or call at our stable when you want to leave. COOPER Eggs and Poultry. The annual output of eggs In ithe Uni ted States In 1!10 was about 20,000,000, 000. The Majue of tlie egg crop in 1910 was I000.o00.00u. T,he value of fowis mised In 1910 was J2J2,000,O00. Tlhe total fowl and egg crop, then, in 1910. fetched 0. &, PCy. CO w - at Beaver Dam: OHIO COUNTY DHUQ CO. When you need a Dlu Harrow, Cultivator, Corn Drill or Plow all UTfids Range Cook Stove 'or New , Perfection OU Stove-c- all on S. L. King, Hartford, and be supplied at a bargain. 39tf. Corno Chicken and Hen Feed tho most economical feed for your poultry. More eggs. Lees cost. Sold by, W. B. ELLIS, Produce Merchant, 12tl Hartford, Ky. When In need of anything usually kept in an hardware store, remember I can save you money on each and every purchase. S. L. KINO, 39tf Hartford, Ky. Grocery Iler'sMEAT MARKET AND HARTFORD, Hartfortl Republican. KENTUCKY. Car-son- i ' 's Plenty ot Seed Potatoes at U. S. ltf r When you contemplate buying hardware paid Mr, J. T. 1'ark, of farming Implements of any kind, re ' Fill DAY, MAY 24. The Jtupubliean a pleasant call Saturday. member I can suve you money. S. L. KING, Mr. Alvln Howo.caslller of tho Farmers '" SStf Hurtford, Ky. la visiting rela- Bank, Centcrtowii, Vtfus (In Hartford.Mo'i. Miss JcnnJo GUUxvPie day. Supt. Henry Leach has finished grafttives at Hoekport, Ky. examMm. Heth Moseley nul daughter, Mfes ing tlie napers In the While it last. "Bed Itock" 30o Ooffeo Ozoiut, are visiting relatives at Whttes-vJll- e ination head at lleuver Duni last 41tf. Vor 25c cash o U. S. Carson's and Saturday, The certfflcurtea will this wwk. be as follows: 21 first clusti; 20 second s u Mr. OsnwUd Hooker, route 1, Hocket's Gape Cure kUls the warm class; 7 third chi-s- s an 7 failures. Mitvt ptauiunMaller at this of Uce ,S,attundy. as well as the Germ, for bale by Ohio Addle llcllc Taylor, of Heaver lXm. , If you would ,njoy a. dish ot pure, rich County Drug,'Co.. made the highest grade of the 53 ajupll- Ice Cream made from whole Cream, iy Mx. A. n. "York returned to Oila home acnts, making 93 iei .cent. Mr. Wat- OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. on inuute V Saturday aftor spending sov- - tc Head,( of FordsvlUe, made second County-Druper 'cent, "and Mr. foil .wetek At Brentwood, JTenn., where Whcjrt, 82, Don't torgex to visit the- Ohio lA railroad construction p of WWU ,Run,.rnade thrd hllfN Co.'a ttore nail' ask about "Brieht-n-u- be wag crigaeU nark, ,ii est,,4 jcr cent. Week." l will poy.ou. teui-hwer- 1 ry rk,'My(Aa;Wif U j. Miss Blanche Van Meter f Ivernejrv Miss., and H. W. Wesley, of Bowilos Green, were married in Padueah Tuesday; afternoon by the Rf.v.V. D. Jenkins, pastor of the Broadway Methodist Church The "bride was a .memibw of the faciiltjr of the Wickllffe High Scltool and rpana to Paducoili for a ti'ulct wesldlng. Afteit Tho great poultry state of the Union' the ceremony they lwt I6r Ivenefww Is Missouri. Tlie aluo of the oggs and Mr.1 Jali n Johnson, route 7, and MagiMiss., where tliey will upend the summer the chickens In Missouri In 1910 wa$:U,-000,00Mack Cook. strates U. S. Chambertaln, J. C. Jackson and Grant Pollard wnt Sam Lee, Spare That Shirt. Iowa Is a close secdnd and Kansas nl to the plant of tho Hartford Stone & apologies lo Ueorgo P. MqrrU.J so cixiwds up near the head of thodilclc (With Construction Co., near lrvlngton, Ky.. (Judge.) Monday for the purpose of investigating en procession. itjilrt! Ohio are tho grU poultry Laundry iare ,t,hls Illinois and the uuarry, with tho intention of buyMake not a single tear I ing it for Ohio county. They were ac- states of tho North centra,! group. Tcnmico produced $12,00fl,('O0 worth ot Just remove tlie dirt. companied by Mr. llowun Holbrook.who But Jeavo the buttons there. eggs und chickens In 1910, nn u mount Is a largo stockholder In tho company. utlier This covered mo taw wek; Is respectable as to the tluit J liave one jnore to wear, Elsewhere In this Issue or The Repub- Southern States. lf 1 lican will be found the statement of the by about a For tills shirt's Jlfe Kpoak Kentucky led Tennessee, l'lea-s- e handle It with cajc. condition of the, Hank of Hartford, jbho million. f Beaver Dniu lVpos.lt Bank, .the Jtockjport eggs In MisThe value of poultry and Tvau my own clumsy hand Deposit Hank und the Mejlenry Deposit sissippi ran about (7.000,006. Tliat sewed the buttons on; All of Uieso Arkansas produced 17,000,000 rworth, but Dont tear Bunk, as of Muy 18. the collar band, coiulltlon, Oklailioma camo along with chickens und Institutions are In sjtleudld For the u the shirt is gone. which speaks w4l for tho canservatlvo eggs amounting to more than 112.000,000. ', I'll puy the price you ask, management of the officers and direc; Tho cash I'll promptly give In Alabama tho amount was. about i tors of thesft four bunks. ,Wo iuvitu a '' Be gentle at this task, careful reading of ,tlu Ir reports. ' The eggs fetched more money in tho And lot tlie good eiilnt live. 'i produced n,d Mr. W. 1. Kast tluin In tlio West. Kgga Mr., Claude MoKeimey For Sale. Instance, In IlUaois avcragied 19 cents Woodward, of lleuvor IXarn, will leave for that city noxt Tuelay for New York, a down; those tin Missouri 17 renits a Great big loe box. Suitable for iargO 1.0 family, rstaurunt or boarding houw, where they will tuke slilji for Maniios, don, hut tliose In the far Kant WIU sell cjieup. See AV. f.' IHLKY, Iliuull. Mr. Woodward luis been ongag-e- d cents a dozen. Hertford. Ky. it will bo seen that the chlekien and 4itf in civil engineering in South Americrop, tlu'ii, Is worth jnorje Mian half a large railca for bovcral ycurss,-ttMarriage Liceww. tins as much as the cotton crop. Commercial road construction company, and Krnaat Lltwy to BMW ArmoM, oflloraa position. Mr, McKenney will Appeal. a lucrative Branch. also liave a splendid posltoln with the Meter Marriei Wallace rlteyrwus t Burna V. Heltor, will bo engaged In Mill BlaKh camo ooiiijiany, hut ' '' t)e accounting department. The many A uUpatck from Padueah has the fol of Magan. lowing concerning Om marriage' of MJss J. H. Hamilton to ConUa Carter, ot them friends of tho ontkmen wlh Blanche Van Meter, who formerly ifved Mute t, Hartford. muclf .cucccsa .1 )u.. 4'. 0. ' . i" h Vai "jF"-- department or justice. ino moment Mil was read by the genuine pro"GRATITUDE" MEANS gressives of t lie senate and house, they denounced Its provisions to control tho ' Issue of securities ns Intended really MALIGNANT ATTACK to further tho designs of tlio railroad reactionaries and tlio special Interests stendlly sought whom ROOSEVELT to pleasoMr. Taft lias ho was inauguUPON from tlio day rated. After a hard fight in tho house, nrovlslons wero tlin " " Tirade Not Hew to Men thnt Directory Counts' Oiiio I Ms ! Win Know Him. When Seeking the Presidency In 1908 He Strove to Appear ae a Stanch Prooreeeive Wore a Mask For Two Yeare Hai Now Openly Stamped Himself ai a Reactionary. Stung to the Washington, April. quick by Ills belated recognition of tlio long patent fact that tho voters of the Republican party had repudiated his candidacy for rcnomlnatlon and are overwhelmingly in favor of tho nomination of Colonel Iloosevelt as their candidate for tho presidency this year, Mr. Taft has at last thrown aside nil restraint and carried out tho threat which ho has been muttering to his for some wceUs to speak out in public his real thoughts about tho xnan who made him president In Mr. Taft's tlrado against Mr. Roosevelt at Spdngfleld. Mass., there Is nothing essentially new to those who have been on Anything more tiian relations of casual intimacy with the president for some .time. It Is a fact known to not a few of those closely connected with tho campaign of 100S that even at that tlmo the Taft fam ily wns displaying that peculiarly ma- Ugnnnt temper toward Mr. Roosevelt which so often takes tho place of gratl-tud- e In tho hearts of those who have benefited by n great service rendered by a friend. It Is a fact known to not a few persons that at times during the campaign of 1903 the talk about Mr. Roosevelt among members of the Tnft family was such as to cause the greatest uneasiness to the managers of Mr. Taft's campaign for the presidency, Jest It should become public and work serious damage to the campaign. Those familiar with the true feeling toward Mr. Roosevelt In the Tnft family have been surprised thnt Mr. Taft has concealed for so long his real attitude toward his benefactor. From the time last fall when the strong sentiment of tho country in fa- for of Colonel Roosevelt began to man- Ifest Itself unmistakably, there has been much talk from Taft sources about Colonel Roosevelt's Ingratitude to Mr. Taft It has been assumed by Mr. Taft's partisans that, because Colonel Roosevelt was Instrumental in bringing about Mr. Taft's nomination nnd election to the presidency, he wns therefore bound at all times, under nil circumstances and nt all costc, to Mr. Taft's administration nnd Mr. Taft's rcnomlnatlon and election. Thnt assumption is entirely unwarranted nnd has no logical justification. The fact Is that Tnft the president. Is not and never for one moment has been the Taft Mr. Roosevelt and his Intimate associates knew as secretary of 'war and' Deafness Cannot be Cured. whom they supported as a candidate By locaJ opjllca.tlonn, as they cannot for the presidency. l jiortlon of the eur. While Mr. Taft was seeking the pres- reacli the idency be constantly sought to appear There Is only one wuy to cure eleafne, as a stanch and true progressive. But and that Is by constitutional reincdlw. on that November ulgbt In 100S when Deafness is caused by an inflanud conthe count of the votes showed that be dition of the mucous lining of the Eushad been elected to tlTe presidency, be tachian Tube. When this tube Is inflamceased to make any effort actually to you hae a rumbling sound or lmtr. be a progressive. For some time be ed continued to wear a mask as a pro- feet healing, and when It Is entirely gressive, but In the last two years of clwwl, Deafness Is the result, and un his presidency he has not kept up even less tho lnfl.imnia.tlon can be taken out that feeble effort to deceive the people this tube restored to Its normal condiof the country. By his constant asso tion, hearing will be destrojed forever; ciation with tho Aldricbes, the Can nine cases out of ten are caused by e.M ... l. u,s e!,u u 1.luc """1 il.- - T I tarrh, which Is nothing but nn Inflamed Buuuiissiuu io meir luuuencc nnu nu- - condition of tho mucous surfaces. vice, bv his active sunnort of the mens- - i AVe will ghe One Hundred Dollars for ores they devised nnd favored; by his with them in matters of ,a"y tase or Dcufnim (tauM-- by catarih) patronage, and by his unblushing at- - i at rannot bu cured by Hall a C'utarrh tempt to coeico the renl progressives Cure. Send for circular, free, through tho brazen use of federal pat- i J. CUENUV & CO, ronage, he has stamped himself openly Toledo, O. as the reactionary which bo has al- - goM t a aTUKSM. 75c. ways been nt heart . Take Hall's Family Pills for constlpi- A single illustration will suffice for m Hon. ... ...... .. . .i.i jv. iuc ui tuts ruiusiuun. speech at Cincinnati. In July, in his Spring Races. 1008. accepting the nomination for tho presidency, Mr. Tust took occasion to I)tilsllU, Ky.. My 11 to 2, 1912. reiterate lilts Indorsement of Mr. Roose11 round trip tlek.n I.. & JC. will velt and to enumerate some of the nets for iihuxe (HiniJon on following dativ, at which ho regarded us tlio distinctly named below. beneficial achievements of his prede- rates One nnd one third faio plus Ui cents cessor. In that speech ho said: "lie (Mr. Roosevelt) recommended for round tilp. D.ittt of falo May ICitli the passage of a law, which tho Re- and 11th. ltelum Jlmlt May SMh IS 2. publican contention has since specifround One fure plus l mill for tho ically approved, restricting the future trli. Dates of tale May 11th, Limit May issue of stocks und bonds by iuterstato 13th, railways to Mich as may bo authorized cents fnrc. ,,, Um nm, cnc ( I i I up-po- rt embodied a recognition of tho principle of federal control over the Issuo of mucIi bccurtles, and was, therefore, When that n distinct Mop In ndvnnce. measure reached the senate, Mr. Tnft's allies nnd cronies thero were vnstly distributed by this provision. Aldrlch. Crane, Penrose. Galllngcr nnd all tho other representatives of tho special interests In tho senate at once protested against It. Thcso were tho men with whom Mr. Taft was associating Intimately, with whom he was working constantly, nnd upou whom ho wns relying for support In the senate. They were tho same men who had most vigorously opposed his nomination when they, like Mr. Roosevelt, believed him to bo a real progressive, but already they had learn that his progresslveness was merely a mask worn for the purpose of securing the presidency. They knew now that he was as good a reactionary as any of them and they counted upon his support in defeating this provision for the control of tho issue of securities by Interstate carriers. They did not count In vain. With air. Taft's knowledge and connivance, they arranged a deal with the Democratic opposition in the senate j whereby tbey not only struck from the bill this provision which was in ac cordance with the Republican platform and the many speeches of Mr. Taft's campaign, but tbey stopped the further efforts of tho real progressives In the senate to make the railroad bill, of which this provision was a part, a genuinely effective and valuable measure. Then they Inserted in the bill as a sop to tho public clamor for real legislation a provision for the appointment of n commission which was to determine not the method by which the government wns to exorlse its right to control the issue of securities by Interstate carriers, but whether or not the government had such power. The appointment of this commission wns a stultification of the Republican plat- form and of every speech Mr. Taft had made in support of that platform. It was fnlr notice to the whole country ' that from that day forward no faith or credence could bo given by the country to any declaration of any Re- publican platform upon which Mr. Tnft might be running for oflice. But now, In tho face of this incon trovertible fact, nnd of scores more of exactly similar purport and effect. Mr. Tift has the effrontery to stand before a public nudler.ee nod denounce Theodore Roosevelt nnd present himself In the attitude of the one who has the right to feel aggrieved. It Is an astounding exhlblton of willingness to deceive the people of the country In the effort to secure office. - aLBBilliiiii CBtHHHHHIIIIIIIIIIIBT 't Circuit Court T. F. ttlrkhead, Judge; Ben D. IllnKo, Attorney: W. P. Mldklff, Jailer; K. O. linrra. Clerk; F. L. Felix, Master Oonimlfloner; It. T. Colllnn, Truntec Jury fund: T. It. ltlaek. Slier-If- f, HAUTFOHD, KY. Hartford. licj.titW s. u. Kmten, llemer Until, (I. 1', .Ioim-- , lUutte ft, llml Will praotlco hla profession In Uilw e . P. liirp, llewliie. feint, Court and flrrt .temluy In I Uruiiry I.. im and ndjoliiltig anilities. Commercial lt.ii.i t..tt IIIIHVa tlllllT Illll, 11'IIUIJ !", 4l.i..ltl.....l. .. lll.lj.lli anel Oruiilii.il FnieOlce a Specialty. lu.i ni.'U. tlilt.l M.iti.lnv In Oe lolier Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law ejn-Mti- !... ...... X. County Court. It. It. Weddlnc. Juilcol W. S. Tinsley, Clerk, C. 11. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Cemrt convenes flist Monday In each month. Quarterly Wuuiicrly Court Ueglnn on tho fourth Monday In February, Aluy, August und No ember. Court of Clalnih Conrenei first Tuesday In January and first Tuesday In October. Other County Offlcerr-- C. S. MoxOey. Surwjor, lordsMllf, Ky., It. K. u. No. 2i llcrnurd Felix .Asueskur, Hartford, Ky., K. F. 1). No. 2; Henry Leueii. Sujierln tendent, Hartford; Dr. A. U. Hliey, Coioner, Iluttford. justichs1 COUIIT8. B. S. Clinmberlnln. Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd .Monday In March, Tuesday utter Jrd .Monday In June, Tuesd" utter 3rd Monday In tfaU-iiilerTuesday ufly 3rd iloiulay In Uveembvr. y P- - ,bcott. Croinwi-ll- . Wedned.iy nftcr 3rej Monday In Mnicli, Wednesday ufttr neuneseiay utter ! 3rd "j"""" Monday In junr, Wednesday . lH After Srrl fnn.lnu Setiteuibtr. Mlks J'kiort, Friday after ' rd Aiotldav In Mnr..l. I1!.;.... nr.... 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd Monday In September, Friday after 3rd Monday In December. fJf.H;lJi'.cK''?n Centertown. Saturday Monday In March. Saturday f oaiureiHy nrter . .." "" i.i Vi , fI IVI ItL B Barnes MtRrs, & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith li W. II. llarriMs ruml C. lorin-- a SuilUi ftiu?OMiioo Uuiit Uwy lKirtntiraH'ji Ur tiliu eoineml pntc-tic- e of law, cxaa't crhnlmil nnd dlvxir ca9ve, Air. Bniltli lioinj; CViunty Attiir-nr- i' eircli la prxintod froin Willi individually ccukm. Mr. Dnrn Offices aoceCkt Mich proctltxv la Hartford JU'pubUam building, Hart- ford, Ky. l.n.i Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KT. - YANCYL.MOSLEY, tBKlllH aisiiiiiiiiiiiiim jiiu isiiiiiiiBisiiiiBtta i xiiiiiiiiiw iiiiiiiiiiiviiiiimmmmmmmw hBfc HjuHVvtV vr 1 Yiyasisisv Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining- counties, Tuseelay after and In the Court of Appeals. Also No1 SSSSX. te after tary Public Office over First National -- " x uesuay utter 3rd " Vi Bank. ... . Tllfltrmu Ui.t.l. ... . .i... e, euiion, tvoelnesd.iv after tlio second Monday In att,r !"a Monday Murch. May, , -- ..:. ...u wuuuuy m rovtni- Grant Follard, 2nd Mimdiiv In For.lllle. V.....'..'. "'.,CJ iinr..i. o .'m.0, Henfrow, ."rV"- ."", wcwuy J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public AFFIDAVITS a jsss'. ' WonJ"y "nTi i MondnV Mm, da In f',uay untr 3rd ion- - tion. PENSION AJo"- in Number.1-r'UflSPECIALTY. HAIITFOHD POLICE COU11T. SHtf r Ohio County CuUBl inursday after In November. HART ORD , Y. ,p"' ,lday after 2nd Vi ' ,'n?'rclAJ..''WBy nfter 2nd All Matters Given Prompt Attena-s- """ m "Z?i?5-SHiK?- '"- CUV Court e, mS'1'' ?n'.J"!."...WH?on. ond MeuXy OTTO CM A 111 IS s. p. miki:nm:y ltCTyfSnUncl.l.TJ-e- . ", r. wan". W. J. ;M- Mayor; Martin & McKeoeev Hartford, Ky. fine Stallions and Jacks will be found at the following points: My My fine standard trotting bred stallion .ALEX H. Register No. 37012, will iniake the season of 1912 at Whitesville in Daviess county Ky., at the Old Mill Barn. Season, $15.00. Alex H. is a fine Horse has no equal as an individual or breeder. NOTICE F. MK.re 1 reM mi'lI)rTT,le-S-n- Ce-.- . IF. Lowe. i rnctt. Cluilr-- 1 T.iU.r, .secretary, w rvml"-lt0' "nd il iW. HEUQIOUS An,V SE11VICES. nionrlnc u'"1 'lrJ Sun-- I IdSv In month. flrr' Sunday Selmol ! IS raye,r, ery Wflnes-- I ifcv iy eVn,nr. lUv, T Joint r. Chiirch-SerM- ct; iry Sunday lr,al,rn.,U,ld.rVcl,lne- - Sunday School ir5m'rcn eury. ,"' '"""i-ervl- ces General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK H'1 1 metf . and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. Chrlstlfin f.n.nt. c t " ofiiicis Sim .i.iV l.t ,i " every tourtli . j.aitor. each imTMhat bunduy Scool il;li. SECIIET C. Chlircli-e- .n " '"our " I.... ti " ,,"' J ....... ht . ,"? f KILLthc COUGH AND CURE THE LUNCS SOCIETIES. LIBERTY WOOD, is 5 year old jack and has proven himself a sure foal getter and fine breeder he has some colts foaled this spring, 5 and 7 don't take our word, but see the colts for yourself and you will fall in love with him. $10.00 to insure colt to stand and suck. 3-3-- Fjtllas oVli A L&Allfr . ,.,. .. ecr?0"' "' ' W'" .... of llnni.k 1,1. ",UBO "Knights etery Tuesday n!Kht. ' C' C" J' N',y lMlw.K. Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M . S. tMrA Hartford I.odKe No. C75, F. meets first und third Monday & A. MI each month. Owen Hunter. V. jiIku 11 M.. F. foreman .Secretary. Keystono ChaiHer No. lid, n. A. M. etry uilrtl Saturday Moore lllKh I'rie.t" . Secretary, Hartford Chapter No. M, o. E. S.. meets second and fourth Monday even' """ s'tS;,J -- King's New Discovery ND ALL THROAT ANDIUNQTH0U8LE8. wth Dr. VL". meets - 11U. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY! OS MONEY REFUNDED. TEMPEST my fine saddle and harness stallion will make the season of 1012 at my stable in Fordsville, Ky., at $10.00. Tempest is a fine Horse black 1G hands high 2 white feet, star in forehead ;hef 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 ringand has been awarded many fancj prizes. 2i Tliuraday L. F. BOOKKEEPING Sunshine X.. O T M meets every first and third Friday nlKht WF "Wk. l , TYPEWRITING and n each month. Mrs. TELFf.RAPHV hSSWSj,??"- - LU'a ndleon.niLluy . Ac ma Ikili- TJrt v t mmt seco,.d and- fsurth Wlday In Iti Pmldrnt h yMof iprifnce In uifrc.BtlU nleht . aiHi t Tfan Mnrfln in.tni UH lusiurff. .i Tt mV!& Grand anit KMr now. jj " LLj I' " 1 "i'Jiu Keeiicr. Hive No. 42. rd!.litVieiiiri,n,t. anil Korim;,,iia.,,ll?,i?' . f Y?U1 - ' Efi!H.,!KR!il.K i:!L-rr- V ,li,:,' Kecords. i7, . '. " "'" 'our' "'iith. Ellis Fos. 'U, of " xulvwednes-..r- 1 .. rklt.at.l. " THlMllBfMy "7 ?,""" Hartford Camp. v, o. AV. v0 "( Sil.V,1.3 ic;try orul "nl 1('urth aiYufday WHUauis, Clerk. V. C. Wallace? Freston Morton Post No. 4 Q A n U?eUflm8UMnrn,.,?"Vnss beforo ifiii. r,0,n,,ay ,ach month. Ash-roj- d 1- i rty M. Commandtr; J. - Itoters. I ' WVw fouru. U. Feneile.'tonf'&rk:'' Tu.Uylt, iAb uuT- W.lmcn Uuiu'' " i of tho TmonU . i- Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fatla. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. - ' .i-- CHICAGO PRIDE, my noted breeding jack known as S.J.Baker it Sons jack of Patesville,Ky. He will also make the season of 1912 Rt Fordsville, at $10.00. Ho is 151 hands high standard measure black with white points weighs 10G8; fine bone and body. Now if you are interested in breeding please make investigation of the above named stallions and jacks and you find them a clean bred lot of stallions and jacks. All colts are insured to stand up and suck;money due when colt is fcalcd or mare parted with. A. S. of E. National Officers: President M. F. Sharp Vice I'resldent-- J. M. Voods" dIanCa,RHy-;UfcU"r-- ' M' it FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE is the best ump. Stuto Officers: II. M. Froman, Cnrroll county. ITes. "enuerson e.ounty Vice President" Trea"" Jtobtr,Bon' McLtan county, Sec.. I. medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. 0:a.flierI?0en'er' Warren couty. State "C".ry ,"UntyV .Q"' tleGrav,T7i. fv? AC','n,y.: orKanlzers. uoard of Directors. ""' t)-- r,, Dates of sulc, May ed to the (woplo by wliat ho said, by S3. M. ' ' ' " U. U. 21. vhnt ho Nrnmflirniln1 fn nnnrvpi.co nml ,llul MU- - lt,tu'" ""'lt twotU by what ho did. tho sincerity of his.-- '' " efforts to command respect for tho 'twin date, but not including date of law, nnd to sao tlio country from tho iaJe. dangers of n plutocratic government, 'ctf H. u. MISCIIKK, T. Ah toward which wo were fast tending." i In numerous speeches during tho , Flagged Train With Shirt. campaign of 1908 Mr.' Taft declared Tearing his shirt fiom hit link n:i his cordial bupport of Mr. Roosevelt's Ohio nm fudged a trln nnd had It proposition to secure tho enactment of from a wreck, but II. T. Alston, Hal- law controlling tho issue of securl wreck N. C, once I'lcwinUd u ties by iuterstato carriers. When he tlh, with KletrJc Blttire. "I was In a Uirri'jl became president, he pretended to stake such a law one of the paramount Wight when J bej.ua to use them," ho and measures of his legislative program. wilt?, "my stonriaiii, head, back JJe caused to be prepared, with much kidnos wcro all badly afftcUd and my advertisement uud publicity, u bill pur- liver wag in bad condition, but four botporting to contain provisions aimed at tles of Electric Hitters roada mo fe acb control of the Issue of securities. llk a w man.'1 A trial will lonvinoe Tola bill was "drafted by the eminently you of Uifclr buUcJlUss piult for any ' whom successful corporation lawyer itonxh, liver or kidney trouble. Vrizv Mr. Taft bad placed at the bead of the W mbU at aA AruetHt. v : VT.'. John Oreenwell, the noted stallion and jack man, will handle Alex H. and Liberty at White-ville- . and J. F. Doss. MuhlenberK county. wiuu eouiiiy umcers: s'V,v?nl?' l'"8.. Heaver Dam.Ky. ?; ?en.i:y ! lriIe' Stc- - Hartford. Ky lord, Treas., Hartfoid. Ky. COUNTY DOARD OP EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman. Hartford.Ky. . 1. L,. II. Tirhnrxnr,x I lit. "' "' No. 6. 2. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 3. li. b. I'attetson, Oluton, Ky. . 11. L. Alfoid, White Hun. Ky. B. Kitliaril Plmner. Taylor Mlnes.Ky. 6. J. L. Brown, Itockport. Ky. 5y:r.'. 1,;,Uro.0,s' ,,unll comity, tt, M Br,,t,, Olilo'eoeln. Uracken tounty; u. It. Ben """"' fc""o w .V?- - r - f n ny lit t Write nrrr. '. L"a?. Fnre ' t,ii t.uU "' iJ''i.. BUCKBfiB'S SEEDS9 SEEM MKCPHIt SPECIAL w MMSJfe,IM ." coiiectiow , T w"iriiiuencuiomer. 1' .pundw AtrUlwuP V-- 1 &ITJ Tnll" ilB auT to-da- y; Mentha thlt Paper. Mtkla yAwwwvwwwvswyi IMtmiMwul I wlUctka of Hf4t SMtMlJ. walk.; J7u!T kr4sB PU.Ti """."i no, vi unit im km mwtiM s.nrruau.Vic. .,..! " Bllfl ..i.. .viTT. Tempest and and Chicago Pride will be in care of irv sSfafifi07fJ (2ECr . 11 TiV- "POSITIONS C. E. Miller, . aZfWJZ"yoewjv'eVndr Wi J Jfr. cA SYsrSifsttcsi vjtefotStsrtorri'Js ur I --PLENTIFUL FORDSVILLE, KY. 'Z&Z Z&t, """"& w,ty. ttoiVWGrMMM&l to. .RnAt t m TAFT'S RECORD"" nxkwv SaWaW" . fjvor of the makers of Imitation wills ky that In this ruling the president re- tjr i It y ' 'M GASTORIA For Infants and Children. ON RECALL COURT DECISIONS Favored the Principle .; mjot AI.COllUI, 3 PLH Ci:.NT ANcgelnWePrrpnraibiiror.lsl similaiiii;iicli)oi!an(IRt-iii!ji --L The Kind You Have j Always Bought Bears the Signature s called the decisions of Attorney General Itouaparte, Solicitor General Rowers mid seven fedOF eral courts. Ssven Times Sustained. "rinillng themselves unable to sway the RiMKevcIt nilinlnlstriitlon In spite of the efforts In their behalf of. Secretary Wilson, the whisky poisoners went Into the com Is. Seven times the to Oblige .Roosevelt ruling was sustained, as follows: "Am;, it. IMS, In PrcsldentRoose-volt- , SUPPOSE? Your Tfcesidence V S i or Business Should Burn Tonight "Poison Makers," NOTORIOUS WHISKY RULING. federal court at linil!it'SuwinclisamIUir,vtlsii Reconciled . Promotes Diguslionfliedy-ncs- nr.tl l!csi.Coiita!ns nci'ivr Ojiii i m .Murplunc norMinvnl. 01 ISOTNaKCOTIC. IMi IteSS SnJ- - . i W ftv In His Conscience to the Pro mulgation of a Presidential Order, Legalizing Every Demand of the He Makers of Imitation Whisky "Recalled" Seven Federal Court De- cisions to Aecommodato the Opponents of Roosevelt ana Dr. Wiley. Mr'r.Wr-jllisrSr- tJ U9 wirom WebsterS New their under.stanillns of tU meaning of tlio constitution made by tliem wlicn that meaning has been perIbrCoiKllpa-tloi- t ApcrTecl Remedy verted by a Judicial ruling, It Is well , Sour Stomacli.Dlarrta J to examine his past record in this Vorms.Cmmilsiojis.rcwri5h particular. Recorded facts prove that ncssaiulLossorSLU.1. President Taft Is not opposed to the FacSiniik Signature of "recall of decisions" of the federal courts when the recall Is made by part of the people," "n NEW YORK. even thoiiKii fiiat part consists of ouo --. of 100,000,000 Americans. nn "expose" especially InHere is teresting at this time. It appears in the editorial, columns of the Philadelphia North American Exact Copy of Wrapper. THI cintau eonMNY. new tor citt. 'Ifltu jyforp J'Jlilore Itoosevclt BBBBBjseBBBssBBBBBBB)BBBBBBBBiBBBBBBBeMesB.BSBBj Upheld "the Hands of Hnrvcy Wiley mid forced the passage of the pure food law there had been notorious frauds In jje, njfiklng, marking and braiKililg Of distilled Honors. Hut the ciucsilon seemed pretty well sclllcd by the upholding of the explicit proPOSITIONS GUARANTEED visions of the national pure food law will GUAItANTEE you n. position tr you In the rulings of Dr. Wiley, sustainus renl soon. Wo nocd many moro ed by repeated messages of Presiut onco to supply tlio ononnoua demand for our graduates. Aa Boon os we gut the required dent Kooseielt. opinions of Attorney numburorHtudonts this oner will bo withdrawn. So . General Ilonnparte nnd decisions of write af onco for particulars. different federal courts. IrA Merely Common Sense. "The question was simply one of common bense. There was to be no prevention of or penalty for the sale BUSINESS COLLEGE of nny sort of liquor. The rulings INCOuroliTEO W. NCIIWAHTZ meant only that the purchaser was KMTAni-TMHicfHlNCtfAL. TUISVIIVIVR, KTi ih14 entitled to the privilege of learning from the label whether he was buying what he was paying for. "Undoctored whisky was to be labeled 'whisky.' A mixture of two real RucVWa "Full ol Life" Northern whiskies was to bo labeled 'blend.' A reduced Seeds tunc a reputation of 3eai5J tucresMui frrru growing bciutiu uicra, 11 pa j 1 to mixture of u whisky with something pi.im me itm. that Is not whisky was to be labeled -Seasonable Specialties: , 'compound.' A coucoctlon that BUANS . Earliest Rel Valentine . $no Buslicl suicllcd nnd tasted like whisky, but Ke(ui;ee . . Jj.jj Husliel Kxtra Katly contained no whisky, was to be laGteen P01I . J3.70 Husliel Wardnell's Imp. Kiilncy Wax $A.,o Husliel beled 'Imitation.' HuliNcw White Wax . . J4.75 Husliel "That was nil there was to the proCurric's Kust l'roof Wax . ft 50 Bushel visions of the pure food law governing PEAS Hxtm Early Alaska . . . Jj.50 Bushel Interstate commerce lu whisky. It New Early Grarius . . . . Jj 50 llushel Horsford's Market Garden . $ J 50 Husliel was such a bluiple. Incontrovertible THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? lluckbee's I.lKll"''nK Hxpress J5.00 Itushel v regulation for square dealing that Lettuce. Radiih. Tomato and a full line of every American who thought he knew Seeds. Plants mid Hulbs at lowest nrnwing piices. i a NEW CltEA-pecauS.Mul lor complete c.it.Tlopuc or submit a list of along what lines the administration molft covering. overy jjour requirements and will quote prices. field of tbo world's thought, Iluy direct Irom the crower S.ic Monev. ' of William II. Taft would bo conaction and culture. The only Write today. Mention this paper. ducted scoffed at the Idea that the no if linabrldgod dictionary in many years. question was uot a closed chapter. "When the rectifiers of Cincinnati UCSBactbetSt., tockford Seed Firm. Roclf or'd, f Recant c defines over 400,000 nnd I'eorln hinted at the influence they' it'orcis; more than ever before appeared between two could bring to bear upon a Cincinnati covers. 3700 rages. 6000 It' newspaper jand Speaker Cannon aud laatratlona. prophesied the discrediting and the ki Reran " " the only dictionary downfall of Wiley we thought them . with the new divided overconfident In proclaiming that they page, A "Stroko of Oenlus." could reopen a contest which had been uul DromDttr vtitalnnl In it is an encyclopedia In allcuuiitrki,oruu(i. UiulUIll MTCNTS Rrsat ft alngle volume. won and won over and over by the THAT PAX, adrertlM Uiti thorouglily, at our people, by the state food commissioniIetiMi. auU ue yuu Co sucocm. HdJ model. tioti or ikrleb for FREE report Recanie lt ' aeoepted by the ers and friends of pure food before on tntaumr. W yean" praetlc. SUR Courts, Schools and President Roosevelt aud the federal PA98INQ RZFEF1ENCES. ForfrMOuMa Press aa the one supremo lluuk on Prnltuble Patents wi lu to courts. 03-B0- B Seventh D. C. "So there was wonder when there Wtna WASHINOT0N. Street,' Retail ho who knows us followed President Taft's executive teU Saeeess. Let you about this new work. order reopening the whisky branding question settled by Attorney General uonaparte's successive opinions and WBRI tar iwiIim at snr elrtfee paae. President Roosevelt's orders giving ex C ft C.BEMUM CO.. Mlbkn.Strisffi4J.llHS. ecutive effect thereto. Metsaatalstir.isseVfsWUUaeHstecaassaa. Taft's Conscience Reconciled. "At the tlnio of the ruling In favor of tlio swindlers by Solicitor General Rowers, in June, 1900, the North Amer ican said: BUCKBEE'S BULBS SUaEEOP "The real meaning of this reopened controversy, of course, Is that the conspiracy MPECIAL OFFER'. to weaken, break down and nullify the rMd im b.Ud Jimw HuitacM. pure food laws Is widespread, powerful you a uermaiiont ru trial HAtlafartlanini&ranliMHl ' tntui".will make ortnur and persistent, with President tuouor refuudoii. MeCAIX PATTERNS Taft rests tlio responsibility ' spreading Celebrated (or style, perfect fit, simplicity and! credence or giving the Ho toof 6...Hte rAII.WlAaMClu4tMtalatt4am. ' UU vvliwlfllVB lalituM aa..i Willi the general reliability nearly 40 jears. Sold In I'eirl , I th fUlualiLd beuiiirul aWlUi Ultfce lltftetBLk. FaUaat llaa. boasting of the druggers of food and I l.tk. 0prtU Hwtti, llU, Pi!.. IrU, ttdllu. iw.b. 1 every city and town in the United States and , 4usut CanjJi, or by null direct. More sold than drink that the entiro toll of Roosevelt and reejwiiejj, oivjf,vii.,v..hi DmI Tutla, I'lrrol TkitWalaJ .. I W.i any other make. Send for tree catalogue. Wiley to safeguard the health of the peoI r(lC aiip, UlsJli. FlUCe. Kwilta ea4 LmUk lilMlaUk. iMtljl UITAUAATKED ple Is to bo obliterated before 1912 for the (McCALL'S MAGAZINE T PLRAHR More subscribers than any other fashion benellt of certain strong but not altruistic Mention tm nsMr rTrr ctvtMv llwLvprnillurr: tjwenrt -Hilutauifitva Mm SifT ft Now Hut Mr. Taft Is so violent In his opposition to any proposal to permit tlio people of n btato to assert 4b Use "Auu. SI. IMS, In sanw court, rtronc; supplemental opinion refusing a rehearing. "United Stnles circuit court for southern Illinois, Inter In tho r.tmo jear, completely sustained the Roosevelt rutin?. , Feb. 1, 1003, United States Circuit Judge Cochrnn, nt Richmond, specifically ruled lt had orderthat tlw siuft which as Imitation whisky was ed to bo label-iexactly Hint. "Aug. 11, IMS, the court of appeals for the DlHtrlct of Columbia broadly sustained tho Itoosevclt rutins?. "July 7, 1W3, tho United States district court for western Now York completely sustained tho Roosevelt rullng3. "Tho nuprome court of tho District of Columbia, by decreo In f'o. case, 'United States versus four barrels of liquid pur porting to bo whisky.' held that tho contents was an Imitation of whisky. "Oct. 23, 1003. federal court nt Haltlmore broadly sustained tho Iloosevelt ruling that Imitation whisky was imitation whisky, and must bo so labeled. Alphonso Taft's Opini.T. Roo-cve- IS IT INSURED? i Better look after that Insurance A few dollars may mean hundreds or thousands to you. NOW, To bo sure you get the best protection place it with i ' Ney Poster J..Fire Insurance Dealer SPECIAL Camp aign Offer t The Louisville Daily Evening Post From now until Noy. 10; 1912, For Over Thirty Years renre-jeiitaMv- "What the Consumers' leapue failed to cite, however, was that President Taft in that one ruling not only recalled seven federal court decisions, but also another which, whllo It did not emanate from a court, was certainly Judicial. Tor It was handed down by a great nnd honored Jurist who sat in the cabinet of President Grant. This. wjjs the eighth decision rocnJI I: AicohoT SPA jShJaky Hre. uno uestlon- ablv. il!fffrn1 nrtlrlMji ni CofttemDlft I on of Inw, as they pro In fact, having different fluautiealtnd different values. (Opinion of Alphonso Taft. attorney general, construing section 3113 or Internal revenue laws, seo Internal Rovenue Record, Aug. 2L 1ST8, volume r' seWeWeWeeWeeeWeeeeesssseaeBessaeseejej WE TWp n affiw "Just what process of! reasoning tEe president employs to determine positively that he has tho right to recall seven court decisions with a single signature, while the recall of one by the sober Judgment of millions of citizens In a state woujd destroy our fundamental national liberties, we are unable to understand, except by remembering "that slriiHng portrait drawn by the lamented Dolllvcr of tbo amiable person in the White House 'entirely surrounded by men who know exactly what they want' " 2j THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.90. You get all of the Presidential Campaign and of Ohio county news for extremely low price. Both National Conventions will be held in June and there remains but two months for the drawing of battle lines, during that time there will be intense interest in the various movements made towards the selection of Presidential candidates. One full year for Children Cry FLETCHER'S CASTO R A FOR I A problem SEEDS A Knotty Problem, has bjen propounded that v International Dictionary will tank with the "how old U Anil" fud of a tew yeaiM iiko. Hero it Is; A tinner" buys Uilrty liens at the rato'of two for $1, and thirty more at three for 11. He wishes to dispose of them at the same price and flutes that he bought them at the rato of flvo for $2. Wlien he balances hU account lie finds Uiat iio has but althuuh thu Mock cost 1dm $M. Hov-i-n the loss explained. 1, When sending in your subscriptions state whether you are new or old subscriber. SEND ALL ORDERS TO The Hartford Republican Hartford, 'Ky. Circulation Dept. sc ' H. W. BUCKBEE I I I I bjlw TRADC-MARKB 3 a i But tho crowd cheered, as, with burned hands, he Jiold up a small round bo c. "I'liUon's!" ho shouted, "this Sudden's Arnica Salvo 1 hold.has everything beat for burns." Right also for bolls, ulcara, sores, pimples, eczema, cuts, sprains, bruises. Surest plhj cure. It subdues In flammatlon, kills pain. Only 3 cents at all druggists. m Only a Fire Hero GILLESPIE BROS. W.H.& J. F.GILLESPIE Proprietors HAVE YOUS SUITS Cleaned I Pressed Three Songs. Tlio brilliant, faahtonably-da- d audience roatvd an ovation to the grout singer. She was .unquestionably tho host soprano in tho world. Tiio critic turned to his friend, the mlllionalre.and said. "Did you ever hoar any sons more ex qulsitely rendered ; "Yen,"' said tho rich man, musingly, for ho waa touched by tho magic of wliat ho had heard. "Yes, I have hoard three self-ma- I41 6 11 B LAGKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK BULBS MlA Tull-- 4 1 great singers." "I want to know!" exclaimed the critic "Tho first was years ago. The singer was plain of face nnd eray of hair and tired of body. Thoia wai .much (work t do and many little mouths to food. 1 was tho youngest child, sick und crost. And Uiat dear slng?r crooned to me a lullaby and I slupt. It was a wonderful song. "Tho next was years afterward. Wo had a llttlo cottage. It was summer and the windows and doors were open. My wife was in tho kitchen preparing tapper. She was singing something about her true lovo coming homo to her. Jt was for me. And that, .too, was a .wonderful song. "Some more yoars elapse. There Is a little toddler In live garden and she slugs hosttantly burnetlilng ubout daddy and his baby, "Tiiero are three singers, my friend, who boat ull your Tatra&lunls.'' tho And tho critic? Well, porhupj critic agroed with him. I.o'uUvillo Herald. When Refoundation Is undermined, and It tlio foundation of health good (liga tion Is attacked, quick collapse fal lows. On tlio first signs of Indigestion, Dr. Kbir Nw Ufa Rills ahoul be taken to tone the stomaclK and regulate Uvor, kidneys and bowaja Pleasant easy, safe and only 26 ceata at aH druggtats. m Horseshoeing a Specialty. I special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. v Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. ing neatly done. Ladies work given Repairing and Dye- G1A, RLDG., Hartford, - Ky. HARTFORD, KY. 1 1 I TkrUtlM tf B !. NW Mi 1'Uaiti. . mcmmivi Wu1.m I la ComewmftTetioa (imuJl,l wi pr ir mm win mis i.mew ( LvelirWsJkajlloraad Tails Bulk Kw IWImI aVarU M.tt v IMtMlfi IM Wa WmVm WW ) WIMf. 1KB ftnmrir Ln II a trVCKarvV wxnrotD.ux. ( Italhd lMtU, , lMUft4 &amtlnU uar with VM1 ami M lll.Mrts Xtaal ftU lauwKa lettrwxlr, ftiwii it Ami J n magatine million a month. Invaluable. Lat. est styles, patterns, dressmakiai;, inilllnery, plain scwlni;, fjney necdlenoik, luiidrestln, p etiquette, good stories, etc. Only W cents s year (worth double), including a free pattern. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy. WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to A Rents. Postal brings premium catalogue and new cash prize oflcrs. Address St. NEW YOBK TH ttcCali CO. 2M le Ml W. U Interests. a . WasaaaeaiaU OVER 68 YEARS1 EXPERIENCE Trade Marks 2UnrilttAe4aL. I IkJ All CAUMTMIEl. tfiW.l Jirtrt wUk Watklngto PaUM md InfHaMiMiit Practlot bcl.tlvil taKitd ne aaiii Ijtun eA Til HfMk Wnrt. saw "aa siatat Mat Oeaa, I WABHinaTun. v. u. COPVRMHTS AC Anrnnt sanding a sketch and description may quickly ueertalii our opinion free wlwtlier au luventlnn ta probably patentable. Coiumuntra- lioiisBiriciireoiiuuviiiiai. naitusoya ouraienia srnl f roe. tildast aaency for aacurlna pateuts, Patents taken turouan ilunu Alto. reaelvs Urclal net Ml. whiioui enarge, In the DraiaNB Scientific H A kandsomall Illustrated waeklr. Lamest clr. culatlon of any acleuUllo louruai, Verua, sa vsa, II. BoldbyaJlnaaadeal.ra. Antrim HaMaf Co MllraatkM. 'h,wwuyrJ&VS.M TRflf "Six months' consideration resulted in President Taft's reconciling bis conscience to the promulgation of a presidential decision legalizing every demand of the cbcatiug poison makers of the Tuft-Coaud Joo Cannon But this notorious annulment of a portion of the work of Wiley and Roosovelt Is not tbo point of present comment Tho focus of present Interest is President Taft's aversion toward any questioning of tho sanctity of JudiA cial decisions. "But when tho food committee of the National Consumers' league addressed to President Taft an appeal for tho 'recall' of Dr. Wiley's resignation and cited oertain facts decidedly pertinent to President Taft's horrified denunciations of 'nostrum makers' and of the constitution,' who 'lay tbo ax to tho root of tbo tree of liberty,' who dare question the Infallibility of any Judicial construction of any law? "For the Consumers' league makes cbjar la taking up.tbe Taft decision la x bulll-wlcks. 'sub-yertc- rs YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads INoteheads Envelopes Statements Cards And other printed forms are given Great building Falls. Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. i 'aksllfe .ll'lWeeTTf1- - ' ''faeWgaum. - , jmAAjaMaAJfeaa.' fci.a.l1ajijijaiU y retort ov the condition THE , or 11EPOUT OF THE CONDITION OF . TH- E- ROCKPORT DEPOSIT BANK BEAVER DIM DEPOSIT BAHK ROYAL if ,ri Hank doing business at Rockport, ,K County of Ohio, State of Kentucky at the chvse of business on Uie M day of May 1312. RESOURCES. m latest. We Wu w , mi Doing business at the town of IVxivir of Uo.ni,, County of Ohio, Statu Kentucky, nt tlio itoso of business on tlie ISth diy of To get a good I'inno at a real bargain.. Organs from $20.00 up. Call and see our lino of sheet Music it is the vor'y in: ' liny, m. Absolutely Pure Economizes Batter, Floor Eggs; makes the food more BAKING POWDER nnd Discounts wlth'ono or more endorsers or sureties., ..$2l,W3.;i 9,55)1 V Real Etato Mnrtg.vgt Call l.uins on Collateral ,, Time Lminn on ColJ Uernl . ..i,2v.': V S. Honda None. None. Other Stocks, Bonds, Etc., Lo-in- s $.W.9"K SI. i ". Due from Natlon-ilnnks Due from Statu Hanks and U ink- 111611 RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts with otio or juoro cmlorscrs or sureties .. $11,313 01 Ileal li.st.ate Mortggges H.Lt'J Call loins on Collator il ., ..None &,9DI ,0 Time Loans on Collateral 11!, 177.11. L'. S. Bonds .. ,. Non 22,5') I 01 Other Slocks, Bonds, i:te $22.NM . repair Pianos and Organs. will mover your I'iano with tlio Piano trucks and covers. No danger of damaging it. Piano boxes for sale. If you will call at our store wo will give you a song book. HARTFORD MUSI COMPANY Factory Representative for Hi'kH Grade Pianos, Player Pianos and OrRans. ers Duo from i.oj'.ryi Trust Companies., ..None. Rink 2,p) 1 appetizing and wholesome ? Duo from National Hank . .. ..BS.OUiU Due from Stato Banks nnd It ink-- .. United States and National NoU ers Duo from .. s.or.s) Trust Companies $t50.Kil 33. ..None. lUnk The omly Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream ol Tartar Spade $3,953.66. ,t'X" Checks and other cash lteni3.. ..None Exchange for Clearing House.. .. None Overdrafts (sacurcdn None iw; Overdrafts (unsucurcd) ., .. 1150.72. Unlb'd States nnd National Notes Specie $11,1X9 67. HARTFORD, V) KENTUCKY. 41 6.6ai67 No. 09, f i subscription to vour valuable paper. . 7W :t I cannot auora 10 uu wuuuui wiu s.ivsi . or the book. 4V. ex Obituary.. I have read "The Vulture' Claw with Furniture and Fixtures Interest and found not a dull lywe. It Other Assets not Included undir Is sutvly n most wonderful hook, full of None, any of above .heads and runvince, tragedy and Christianity, $6,K3.1S. shouJd be read by every one and in ev- I ' ery liome. Yours truly, :$is.t;n Total was bom Jtunfts Hyatt Whittlnghlll O. T. ,burVette. UA.DIMTIES. II" ' UlevTii ISth, 1816. at Trlsler, Ky. CONDITION OF Capital Stock paid In, 1n cash.. 15,0ooi sixth child REPORT Ol' THE wac me third .son and the --THE$15,00) 00. . .. or J"o:er T. anil. rannie .. ,..!.. iviiuuiikimhi Surplus Funds .'. .. 3.(ji 0i (settlers in BANK who .corf umong the first OF HARTFORD Undivided Profits 832 tJ that community. His grandfather ,vvus Dolus business at the town of Hartford. Fund to pay Taxes None. $3,S32 06. cd, of Uie p.Ioneer settlers of Ohio coun- - Comity of Ohio, State of Ken- - , Deposits subject to check (on which .tucky, at the close of busi14,5110) Interest Is not paid) ness on the ISth day of Hisiojliood ami the das of his ear-l- y Deposits subjeut to check (on which May, 1912. , manhood we.ru sjiont on Ills father's None. interet Is paid) fjmi. Ills eldest brother Remus liavlng Demand Certificates of Dejvoslts (on RESOURCES wound received In the battle died of u which Intenst is paid) .. .. None. of ShUoh. and the second inn meeting Iwns and Discounts with one or (on more endorsers or sureties .. 10S,iy6St Time Certificates of Deposits 4vixly death; Jlmnile beoame his ,tath- an which tnterust is paid) i.ZV 53,127.5.5 x"e liWef counsellor and advisor. He 'ileal Estate Mortgages Savings Deposits (on which inter- - , None. was it faithful and a dutiful son and Call Loans on CollaU-ra- l est is pil'I) None. no lioy or man ever held parents la high- - Time L.oans on Collateral .. .. 1,9TS.M None. S. Bonds 5.110.W Certified Checks cr lie guided his brothers nndJU. $.'6 C27.92. O.SUOCu swti rs liy pi ecept and example and they Other Stock., Bonds, Etc, Due National Banks None. 11X9.610.71. in tuin gave to him love and respeot I1.6SCC1 Duo State Banks and Bankers .. Non". imd In later yciirs a devotion almost Duo from National Banks Due Trust Companies .. ..None. Duo from State Banks and Bank- , 5ujJ to tli.it of children for pirent. S2.3 Cashier's Checks outstanding ....None. Il rii.iviyl Ills edutsttlon In Uie coin- - ers Notes and Bills redlscounled .. ..'.J.OOoW Jiols of the day .uid in liUeat- - Due from Trust Companlni .. ..None. moii Bills Paable None. 111T19H.1 ly manhood tavu?ht several boliools In lteiMMtt't4)t4t Mtt A I None. Current Expenses Paid .. .. Ileal Estate Banking Hous. Other rioal Estate .. .. Taes Checks and other cisli items ..Nop.'. Exchange for ClearliiK House rNone. Overdrafts (secured) ..None. 297.7" Ovcnlrafts (uiisecurisl) 1 1.297.7'.. None. Current Expenses Paid ., ..None. Heal Estitte Bankliu? House .. .. Estate Other Ileal Taxos 1.VO00 SOOtrt furniture and Fixtures .. .. :a Other Assets not Included under any of above heads None. $2,;oo w. m Ohio County Court Clerk's Office nnd levied uiin its thu property of J. U. Casey. a will be nvidx Terms: Sale on credit of 6 montlis, bond with n,pprovd security required, hearing interest it the rote of 6 per cent, per Annum from day of sale, and havlntr the forvo ind effect of a sale l.ond. WITNESS my hand, IhLi 2Int d ly of May 1912. 4513 T. H. BLACK, S. O. C. 4"7, nt pace NO SIB, I CAN'T GET APPENDICITIS Mgm r - REPORT $251,223.1!) OF THE CONDITION GF TH- HTotal -- .....! IdAJJIfdTIES. Capital Stock viM In, In cash 2.,0OO McHENRl ..$2T.,0WW DEPOSIT BANK -- W. Surplus Funds Undivided Profits Fund to Pay Taxes .. ..None. $29,733 3i. ,. 27.4X10 Cm .. 2.73:!.;i Bank iloliuj business nt MiHeinry, town of .Mullein , County of Ohio, SUite of Kentucky, at the clos.' of bUflmn on tlio IHU day of May, 1912. ( (iin. -- I j; United Stat nnd National Bmk urrouiidJiu; uoiiiniunltles tliere 3,21." ' NotusI the love and the respect of pupllH 7.762C6 friends Sh-c-I Ulw lnvo lemalned Ills firm $n,;.6. throiilioiit life, and tils hih toward for! Cliecks and other cash Items .. 3.101.0: tlia-- ncvr vv.ivered. On January 13th, lhSO, h ,was unltwl, ExulkiiiKo for CluarinK Home ..None. $3.10122. AVIthtrs. to Alary Allco n 4.067.S3 On. ttm. lloscoe, came to bless tills un- - OvenlrafLs (.socured) 2 2j9.1S ho .Overdrafts (uusecurcwl) Ion. Shmtly before his nvarrlase $0)7.07. had jiuroh.iKed a farm near ,the old None. homo pliie, and there ho lived to the .Taxes Current i:penses IPUd 2.426 N6 Jay rf SiLs death, Febiuary 2Jnd. 1912. 3.IM 00 The 'JoMen Jlule wtus the standard of Heal Estate Bankliu,' Houe Qtlier Ileal Estate ....None. Ills Cic. TJioiiiili he was not u confess. Furniture and FKtures ., 1.0i.0O Savior, and xl follower of our Asseja nqt Inuludad under Clnlst, Htlll lu- - lived u life as near- Other None ly acceptable to illni as mortal man's any of above heads Kl.'iJbO. ui lx, and on February ISth., 1912 In .the irseneo of a lare;ithcrlnK of relToUI $2'M72.'2 atives and friends and Itev. Brandon of LIABiMTIES. Uc GhristLui oliurrh, lie upenly confass-o- l Ju-iCluist as his personal Savior CnjJltal Stock pid In, in cash .. $40,000.00 $10.(110 00. and (wpriHed n desire to fulfill all pf 20.00i)io onlin.uu w as nwm cvs he was mhyjsl-call- y Surplas Funds the 1,409.99 able. Wo .believe his conversion Undivided Pi of Its datiis !o f ai ly manhood at the Old .Pleas Fund to pjiy Taxes .. ..None. J21.4W 99. , 4uil irove oliurth, almost In (the shadbo Deioslts subject to uheck (on which ow f nMik'li, If it iw re ntundliiK, 71,110.3 Interest Is not pakl) W(U Lild to rest on Fcbruury '.'Itli , 1912. by Deposits subject to uheck (on w hleh X"ho llintnil wrvlces vveie conducted Interest Is paid) None. lli-v- . ISr.uidnn in tlui oiocncu of aUKe friends, In Demand Certificates of deposits (on Katlnrin of relatives uid the Now I'leasant Giovo ohuivli. Jlo Is whluli interest la paid) ....None. Kurv..l by his wife, son, Jlttlo Krand Time Certificates ofDepaslts (on which Interest Is paid) 12l.73i.19 d.ioi.-,!(r, two brathcuH ind four ulsters. lie wn.s a man tvbovo the aveuuru V1 Savings Denmslts (on wldch Inter-eis paid) .. ..None. every rtisjK'it, jio hewrar vvtus ever turnNone. ed away from Cits door; the hospitality Certified Clwcks $1&",M7.&. of ,'iis homu w.ui uiiIkjuikUvI. As a far- S6S.S5 jiier ht' htiinllml liLs Avoik euwl supplement. Vuo NHotul Hanks of Due Stato U.inka uiul Ilaiiker..None. d Jits lUM.r wltli the principles Joy Uue T'rusl Companies .. ..None. iiTkulture. and liLs fellovv fauiier wl'li Cashier's Checks outstanding ..None. wiu in uliUiw Ids Notos and Bills rvdlscounted .jNone. the roultM of Ills vxiierlence. None. vs.teem in which ho vvis held Bills Payable The liUll $M.S3. liy Ids friends and JliJtrhbor.s was pUUli-l- y None. dunioiist nttid diniliu,' his hist lllnorts, Taxes due and unpaid s; 6 W nnd Uiir lovu aiul ciiecr was a bourco Unriald dividends Other Liabilities not Included unof ktiiX Joy ami (onifuit to Jiliu. der any of the. abuve heads ..None, "Unolt Jliiiiniu'' as he was fumlUaily )novwi t.i all, w us a in in w lio.j jircsenco Tota.1 $2".S,4T2.12 and i.'iflunie will Imj illy mlsstd, not only lty his family and leJativos but by STATE OF KENTUCKY, County of Ohio, Set, tliu ovnmuiiity at Uifte. While lui .'xuiie-tlru- n 1, Jno. T, Moore, Casliler of the ubovo iioiln mlsViktvs Inr ithoie U no one named bank, do solemnly .swear that jiiriirt, Uio vll tiles of his i.Uun the Ilium, tuid he the above statement is true to life went Into Uie jiivhence of our Heavenly best of my knowledge and belief. JNO. T, MOORE. Cashier. nolileat 'An honcsl man, the Subscribed and tivvurn to before me work of Ovl." tills 23rd day of May, 1912. JNO. U. WILSON. Notary Public. Greatly fleased With "The My Commission expires January lath, the vvin-rilo- $3,000.(0 Taxes due and unpaid .. .. None. Unpaid dividends.; .. ..None . Other Liabilities not Included any of thrf above heads .. None. Nono. im-d- Deposits subject to check (on vvlilili RIISOURCES. D6.lll.l2 Interest is not paid) Loins and Discounts with one or Deposits subject to check (on which more didorHors or suretlas ,. . jSltMOl CJ Interest Is paid) ,. ..None. I.WI 72 Real EsLite MortKOKes ., Demand Certificates of Depos's (on ates!. Call Ikins on Collateral ..None. which Interest Ispild) ..None. Time Juns on Collateral ..None. Time Certificates of Deposits (on 1.W.0IS.19 U. S. Bonds .. ..None. which Interest Is paid) Othur Stotks, Bonds, Etc 2Vi Siv Iiiks Deposits (m w lilch InterJ2I.19'.' 3S. est Is pild) .. ..None. G7. II Due from National Hunks Certified Checks .. ..None. Due from State Rinks and Itank- J232.IS9 61. ers None Due National Banks .. ..None. Due from Trust Companies ., ..None. Due State Banks anil Bankers ..None. $679 II. Due Trust Companies .. ..None. United States nnd National Hunk Cihlur's Checks ouLstnnilliu; .. ..None. Notes .. ..None. Notes and Bills redLscounted .. ..None. Specie f.. 1"5.;.C .'. .. None. Hills Pavable None. Tnxes due luid'unpald Unpaid dividends None Other I.I ibllltles not Included tinder-un- y .. ..None. of the above he.-ul- s Eat All I Want te New. No More Gas on the Stomach or 8our Stomach. No More Heavy Fetllng After Meals or Constipation. No matter what you've tried without getting relief JU8T TRY simple buckthorn bark, Rlvcerlne, etc., as compounded You will be surprised In ADLEIt-I-KA- ! at the QUICK results and you will be frunrded against appendicitis. The VERY DOSE will help you nnd a short will mako treatment with ADLEIt-I-Kyou feel better than you have for yearn. This new German appendicitis remedy antlseptlclzes the stomach and bowels nnd draws off nil Impurities. A SINGLE DOSE relieves Kns on tlio stomach., sour stomach, constipation, nausea or heavy feeling after eating almost AT ONCE. A short treatment often cures an ordinary case of appendicitis. Sold in Hartford only by tlio OHIO COUNTY DRUG COMPANY. IncorporI mx Study Manure Spreaders Before You Buy One $3. 163 CO n Checks and other eiish Items ., ExcluiiiKe for Cleurlnir House ..Nunc. $ in. s0 irsu-ri.is- Overdrafts Total $1.439 93 STATE OF KENTUCKY, County of Ohio, St. I, Jas. I. Hosick, Cachler of the above Hank, dosolemnly swear that the .Uove statement is true to the bust of my e and belief. JAS. I. HOSICK, Oasliior. Subscribe! and .sworn ito before me th' 21 day of May 1912. L. HEID, Notary Public. My Commission expires February 13tli, know-ledg- (s,.ird) (miM-ciiisd- 2."7.l) 46 71 Jus Ird 1911. Total STATE oy KENTUCKY, i Set. County of Ohio. I, Jno. H. Karnes, Cashier of th? above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowileclse and belief. JNO. II. HARNKS. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 22nd day of May, 1912. FRANK BARNES. Notary Public. My Commission expires Janu iry 12th $27.223.1 1911. Overdrafts $303 SI. Taxes .. None. (21 S3 Current Einses Paid Real Estate Banking House ., .. 331l.ro Other Itexil Instate ., ..None. Kurnlture and Plxturts .... 2.00O$ Other Assets not Incluibvl und.tr .my of aUivc li.Mila .. ..None. $3,S7S.99. show you an Tptal ..$31,633.71 proper place to study ' spreader is at dealer's place of business, where you can see the machine, study it part by part, see how each part is mads and how it does its work. Study spreaders at first hand. Go to the local dealer and have hira THE manure the local Correct Attest: J. C. MADDOX, W, P. ILER, JAS. I. JIOSICK, Dir'jtors. Split-Lo- Corroct Attest: , G. II. BARNES, C. P. AUSTIN, i E. P. BARNES. Directors. LIABILITIES. Capitol Stock pakl In, In cash.. $n,ooo 00. I H C Manure Spreader $13,OH).i0 Surplus I'll lids Undlvliled Profits fund to iny Taxies .. ..None. $2,03.1.'.. 2.0000 669.1T g Drag Adopted; if Sheriff's Sale. Kemp 20th Century Cloverleaf or, Corn King Learn the advantages of an Learn what constitutes a steady, reliable feed and the importance of it. Learn the reasons why different materials are used for different parts, and why each part does its work thoroughly. Learn the value of the service, the ' dealer can give you. 'I When you know manure spreaders we think you will buy ' an I H C spreader from your c. local dealer. He is the man npron spreader. , i 4 st up-ru- Vulture's Claw." 1911. M.iy 20, 1912. Reynolds, Ky., Correct Attest: 'STJic JIarttord Republican, ROWAN HOL.HROOK, 11. E. LEE SIMMEIUIAN, Jlartford, Ki'. , Viiiuiit: w:ct'jt ;ny thanks for "The J. W. FORD, t Olaw," which 1 received with my DlrxKtors. Vul-two- 'e By Virtue of Execution No. 501, Jlook Issued No. 12, directed to me, which from the Clerk's Oflcu of the Ohio CirCasey cuit Court, In favor of Sophia against J. L. Casey. I or one of my depu tics, will, on Monday the 10th day of June 1912, between Uie hours of 1 o'clock p. m., and 2 o'clock p. m., at V10 Court House door In Hartford, Ohio county, Kentucky, expose to PUBLIC SALE, to the highest bidder, the following property (or so much 'thereof as may be necessary to .satisfy Plaintiff's de,ht, Interest nnd costs), A certain tract or parcel of land in Ohio county, Kentucky, on tlio vvators of Panther Creek and bounded nnd delwrlb-e- d as follows: HeulnnliiK' at two PopFROM TROPIOSI lars, two Black Gums und a Beech on TO HEAL I tlio top of n ridge; thencu North, 8 2 West, ISt jioles to n utono, two small Hickories and u W.hlte Ouk; thence South S Wist, 119 poles to a stake Do'vii nl and Black Gum; theuco South, East, 133 'poles to a Dogwood. Black Gum Spanish Oak, Small Oak and Elm; thence North, S East, 121 polo to the hwln. null,--. Containing One Hundred (100) acres more or less und belli;,' the saino laud BnVaV " aaiaww AvKal rMKaaaalaaa?iT conveyed to J. L. Cusey "by I, N. Jet-fri. by Jiivl L. K. Jeffries, Ids wife, deed of date November 7th, 1910, and of record In Decs! Book No. 39, at jiaBo Ctdron Plant. Ohio County Ib Central America bubt natives are No. 457,Land will bo Clork's Office. sold subjeot to two gathering the seedsof this plant, Oedroa Sold Seed, a rare medicine that baa yaluabU Hen debts of $200.00 each, with ti per oarailre powers. But few drug store cent. Interest from November 7th, 1910. carry this seed, owing to the hlgheoat boliu,-- the deferred purchase liioney payof the article. ments owlnt' by J, Ij. Casey to I. N. This country Is a large consumer of Jeffries and I K. Jeffries said for this costly seed because It enters Into Und, as slvawn by deed of said Jeffrios the famous catarrh remedy, to said Cawy, ot record In Dead Book I old the world orer, Paducah, Ky May 22. Tollovvlnjr the demonstnUlon hero of tlio "spllt-lodraj?" by the Inventor, Ward King, Interest in road building has reachd a hlffh pitch and good roads in3itlnt;s wJH bo held In every precinct In the county. Farmers are butldinK the drags and after the nex't many roods will be dVasucd. The Hoard of experimented Public Works a with drPK on two streets In Padtu.ih nnd pleased was .so hhihly that it has adopted tln dniK for stieet liulldlnt; The draw has been found u isuteens on every road upon which It lias oen used. Deposits subject to chock (on which ii,922.f; Interest Us not paid) Deposits subject to Jicck (on which interest ht paid) .. ..None. Demand Certificates of Deposits (on vvhk'h Interest is paid) ,, ..None. Time Certlflcvites of DtiKwtts (on 6693.15 whlc.li interest is paid) Savings DejMxsits (on wlilcji Interest-i- s ipaid) None Certlfitd Chocks ,. ..None. , $I6.G20J1'. Hanks... ..None. Due State Hanks and Rankers ..None. to-seDuo Trust Campaulris ,. ..None. Cashier's Chocks outstandlnK .. .. 10)73 W1rntl9.il Hi ni Jtir Cmpi of AMriei Notos and Hills rudlscuunUsl ..None. """"""" Bills Payable ., ..None. USA Duo National THE $40.U. Taxes duo and unpaid ,. ..None, i Undivided divide lids .. ..None Other Liabilities not included under liny of the above lnvids ., ,. $203 303.31 SI. I H C SmtIc Buraaa The purpose of this Bureau Is to furnish, charge to all, the bent information free of obtainable on better (arminr. U you have any worthy quciiligis concerning ioili. crops, land drainage. rf1i;atlon. fertilizers, etc. make lour inquiries specific and send them I IIC Service Itureau. Harvester Bulking, Chicago. U b A Ok" f & St4 $3i, can Total STATE OP KENTUCKV. County of Ohio, Sqt. I, A. M, Smith, Cashier of tlie o,hove named Brink, do solemnly an oar that M. ft E. Railroad Time Table the above statement is true to tlio best: at Hartford, Ky. my knowltylKo ami Jwllef. of A. M. SMITH, Cashier. L. sV4 N. tluw card effective MoaAajr Subsei Ibe d und sworn to .beforo ino 'An. 21bC this 22ud day of May, 1912. No. 112 North Bound duo 7:1 a. an. JESSE THORPE. Notary Public. daily except Sunday. My Commission expires January 'J No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m h. I 1916. a. . Corrout Attest: J. S. SMITH. A. M. SMITH, Peru, OEO. W. UASEHEART, Directors. dftllr Koet guoistYjr. No. 116 South Bound due 8:45 dailj tiTrurt SuBosur. No. 1U SousJi Bouad duo 1:4 9 tell eMstH Stiadar. M. M. HiaCHKM lJ . a u. , A. Af