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GOV. ) Jforifxrtfr fteitttbiicittt DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $l per Year L HAHTFORD, OHIO CQUNTY, KY., FJRIDAY, MAY 31, J912. hit at CIiIoiikd fill-nm- No. 46 INTEREST CHEAT IN NEW MARY ASCHAIRMAN Wlllloin In l)ran, v.iu Of State Democratic The ilelPKatra Ml dazed for u after bo bud fhiNhod. Tley could hnnlly lxtllcvo tiny b.id In ard iiriijht l'lnally, there was H rljplo of choors fiuntlon. Ui" from Then n Kretit oulbuivl for MrCrvry. Cheeia tor tho Governor HtUil tov-crCJuilriniiu Prowltt rap-pinUnutes. Ills pivel In (tin for a r.top,itlon of orjer. mo-mJaiiuw-Watterw- l", b" niltiikcn. TEDDY IS CHOICE OF THE PEOPLE PROMISED TO DEAT COUNTY UNIT diiighters, Stidlo 4Hy ami Ada Heo, vis. Ited Mrs. llcnti'itt's mother, 41ns. Not-tl- o 41. Dennett Sunday. 4Ir. J. Y. 4lontgmery 1H not havo ths smallpox. Ho had varioloid yeais ago. 4llses Kuttc and Opiil Dennett g.txo their youmr frlcnclt quite a pleasant entertainment Sa,turlay nlsht. CEDAR GROVE. Tanners In this community are 3JENT COIN nt il Primaries Say Wanted. Colonel Taft Not Bill of Democrats Won Says Courier-Journa- l. ve-r- y Discussion Brings Out Se- ntime'nt in Its Favor. Sample Works Well in Coin Cities UiCUi:.sni:v si:conds tiii: nominv S'r'-rota- Defeated Ollie James, Who Made Spectacular Performance of . Nominating Himself. (Evening 1'oxt-) of Stiite. followed with a )och teiMinillnB the nonilnutlon of Gov. Diviplto TIO.V 01'' MlOUKAUV. Mr. It. V. MrClL'heHiiey, formerly Gets Every Delegate in Declares That Vansant Solicited Funds From the Liquor New JerseyWill Have 600 On First Ballot. Interests. (r.oulsx llle Courier-Journal.) as. v.. i SliCreary w.is cbctd f tho Democratic clisilrnvin teminnu-over Stato . Conv tuition Unv, Jamw II. OlHc-Jniiu- V by n vnto f tSS to ITT. Tho triiiinili of the iidinliiNtratltiiii whisky over tlio J Hoodlums was complete. tho by tlio looiil touts packed lull anil tried ti tnnte disorder, while a tone of ilke, that was enniqiltioUH Jiy Hh numbers, tJtiMxl around Uio li.xtl as It waiting the wind to get Into a Th" JleCrenry tlon. . men were In t,(niplo.V-contnti- l, liijfor. and If tlio tVuttor-Aon-W- h iirivthln,; luul vllon force ptinntd they did not dare try It. when imiii'etcd ut 1 Tlio roll-niSUCicory CM o'cTo" k gavo im nn.l James 523. Tills was without tli foun-tin- s l. tlint luul been pawed on tlio Tliei nro 1,221 votes li) tlio convention, ami i'.13 were nornusiry to nomvotes, was inate. Kenton count , with Cliulimin Piewltt wi?-nlze- d cilled up. lmMlii-tlitlio McCrcjiry dtltgates. regular HfilentliUsj This gave M Creary Cl votis, insuilug liU el ctlon a.1 temporary chairman. GOV. SIcCilIiARY NOMINATED. Wh n the call or OnngM-wloni!iulil the Eighth district Mr J V. Newman. Comiulosloni r of placed In iiomltinttlon.'for t hi Guv. Janus II. jMir.iry chairman. Ilu rccoiinttd Gov. McCreary anil political history, s.ilng Hi it ho hnd tome out of many cniMUiiton without a blot on bin 'miitiilniiiii "If It bo treason," luild Mr. Newman, 'for a man to ciinpilini anil bo elected on the plittorm on whlc.li mj- - oatxlUlalo stood In Uie bint Giihermtcirlil ay If tli.it be- - treason, thou 1 make tlio most of It." Mr. Newman luul spoktn but n few James- - Watorwn when tlio minutes fiction hcgiin to boot, bins iiikI try to dnown out bit voice. Chairman Pruwltt mlile no effort to curb this rowdy wjilrlt ami Mr. Nownuin was finally obliged to cut his spetch short, hiIiik: ou for "OeuUenien, I present to tlio lliju. Jiuii-- h Wuporary clialniuii B. McCrwiry, Governor of Kentucky." l. roll-calo al dls-IrKAttil-tultuitihc-Ho- 1 OM.li: JAMKH .SI'HAKS. ileinonstra-tlo- n the treniomlous that follow (i tlio nomination of Oovnuir MtCre.iry bml lootl. Sir. Ollbj Junics ciamo to tlio front of tlio atiuiv anil whs recoKniicil. Mr. Jaines waj grrootml by soma rlicera when bo IVJun btvran Ivla .iwan sonif. Mr. Juiiioh luiil In part: , "I rise tor the purpose of prewnt. 'las Iho nu,mo of a KontueUy UniuKrat, of this con!for itenvporary olwlrman my vention. 1 loo tlio mircoHs of porwinal pir.ty moro than I do uny preferment. They hao iUjuiciI mo beI .have fought tor Justice; 1 luivo thu .State iiilinltiltitnitlon; not foUKlit 1 lu.vo not XoiiBbt tlio county unit I 1 luixo simply fought tor am for It. cause jny party. i TALKS I.lKi: WATTUUSON. tlio tho editor of llo denounced Kvouine Post aa a "polltckil Jmilot." "The battle I am Mr. Jame said: Oio (IjllctlnK Is to koop " f Ullnji Into tlio liaiula of tlio Lumber and tlio Trum und the Coal Trust l.ty llonoy Tiust.' TliU was eonstruetl ua un fttUick upMtr. Mr. Cuiiulcn an1 on Mr. Mao, Vuntunt. Tnint?" "How about tho IVhlskey slioultd a delegate. NOMINATES HIMSHLK. nomination Mr. James then put In ' tor temporary tliulrman iliinwlf. "I nominate OUle M. Jumos," Jio takl. In ulusliw, uiul Uils Is the flint thnu mi record that it mini mm noiulnutiil tor office, In u loiiioorutU) SCANT CJIKIUtS It Mr. James thought Jils u ,hlm-su- it oij.ii;. ixiotaciihir In ivrtornmiice ot putting himself inmJnjillon would brliw about such u domonstratloti.ua toltowal the "pr,ovn ot Uwrns and cross of boUI" speedi of tho tlLiRracful vtnluot of Import'vl boodliinvx, Mr. SlcCluwny s May Washington, fas u fine mado stool iila uround and dlricl appeal to tin' otvs tit tho counspencli. . try Is concerned. Col. Jloovvolt'i comStanley then plete Coiisrrewman A. O. In .New Jersey letor Ins aitne forward to cprak for ollle JnniM. broiuiht to a closo tho uiipiecoilcntotlty c.uno Col. Jink Clilnn tornnrd to bltur fUht In wfilch Mr. Uootovolt. make a mihhxJi, .but docldifl not to do Prosldt-n- t Taft and Senator I.iPollctte so. hae boon utmost consUintly cni;ai;fd temponry for the 'tint thri e montlis. for nruulnattoni Tho were then declin-i- l ohiilrtuin clos'tl youtli Dakota's primaries Juno I an'l and the of tho iuUiiUch boiion. tho State conventions of All?ona nml Olilo jiorsonal not encase the will Price of Coffee Raising. actUlty of any of the candidates. Woshlnxton.Muy T. The uiernxe ,prleo In practically all States where direct of ooffeo lniMrtil Into tlio t'nltcd States prtiuailos wire hold for ithe election of has Krcatly inircntitl In the last tow national contention deleuatex, with tho by exception o.irx. A sluteinont IkauoiI Uiduy Col. of Masaohusetts, the L'nmnierie and Labor l)elartiiient t ltoovelt won pronounced vlctorle' Huruau of StutLstlci shows tint during over President Taft. This fact lnus the preent fiscal car the .nei.iso Im- been In efuli c.vs.) ailiancod by bis port prlcu has hem 13 ixmtt.i pound as cainpalsn m.inaKets as Inct casing eviiiK.ilntt II cents In 1011, S cenUs in 19b) dence of tho certainty of his nominaand t ciiitH In 1W5. In tion at Chlcaso and his election November. For Sale. "Semtor Dixon, camivilsn manager Great bUr Ice bo. Sulfiblo tor largo for Col. UiMxseielt, returm d to Washfamily, restaurant or boarding house. ington from New York und miu the prediction that Col. Koosoelt would Will oll clicup. Seo W. II. P.II.i:V, Hartford, ICy. h.io more than fiiio delegates on the lltt first ballot In the Chicago conientlon, ln- oxilux!o of contisUd delegates. DEMOCRATIC MASS cludixl In this number, he said, would bo more than thlrtj from New York. CONVENTION SATURDAY "President Taffs manaitcr,. Ucpresen-tatlx- o William It. ilcKlnley. of Illinois, nssuitcil that tlio President's actual strciurth at present was STI Endorsed Mc- At Hartford ileleRntcs-at-laiKof tho cxiliMlxe In Ohio or Texas. Ho was emCreary's Administration, But phatic In bis proillctlon of a nomination for the President on tho first balJames for Chairman. lot." Tho nttltudo of tho Taft maiuiijeis Tlio Ohio counly Democratic nuss con- hero Indlc-iUthat they will lend their S. to Chairman Harry vention was held ut the count lious' full supixirt biKliinliu; ut " New In tlio effort S.ituid.iy afteinmiii, to seat Senator o'tkKk and eiiilliiK about I o'clock. Tho IUltiii Koot, New York, as temporary inetthiK was ciillcil to order by County chalrmanaof the conxentlon. It Is unsUvtiil derstood Uiat tho Taft forces were not Cbalriii.iu G. It. l.lkens, who and vlleil advised of tho selection of Senator the purjiose of tho tor the election of chairman of the ihiii- - Hoot until after the latter had ac cntkm. Col. II. P. Taylor was tho only cepted Chuhman New's invitation, but nominee for chairman, ami unanimously hae seized wjiat they belleo an to wokl toother Now York's the clouted. Ujion belnK escorted to delegates and other cJialr, Mr. Taylor inado a splendid deleKatlotis ,tliat speech, after w blob lie called for will suppoit the National CommUtee tho election of Hcciotary of the concn- - upon this Issue. Senator Dixon predicted that Govertlon, and Mr. I labor Matthews and Mr. It. T. Collins were selected as Mocrotar- - nor Hadley, of Missouri, would lie tho ohatr-ina- n Hoosexclt choice for tonmorai-les. convention, ot the cotnentlon. of tho In tho whkh was not ery well nttonded, It "That Is, of course, subject to change Senuppearod tliat ecrythlnjj was "cut mil If conditions change." said tho at- - ator. "I belloe, .however, .that GovdrUxl" bc'fore the convention has dis ernor Hadlcj's uauio will be proposed Hciubleil, but later uulle a llcly place and that William K. the cussion uroso wlien tho committee on for reresolutions reported. TJie committee en Prendergast, of Nqw York, despite dorsed Champ CJark for President; till cent lllnscs, w 111 make the spcocji plao-liCol. HoosoNolt In nomination." administration of Gov. McCreeary, mvl Other Itoosevelt leaders here, fivhllo alto endorsed him tor temporary chairman of the State convention at Isolds. refusing to dbicuss the situation openllle; endorsed It. II. Viiiwant tor chair- ly, do not hesitate to predict a fight t,he .moment the the convention man of the Statu committee, and 'Hon. In as National mime of a temporary clialrman Is Urey Woodsen tor secretary, ami endorsed the (Hon. Jl. H. I.ee Slmmciman, of this city, tor dele. Wedding Bells. Bate from tho rourth District to tho A pretty homo weddlntr was solemnlz"'! National convention at It.iltlinorc. After tlio rendliiB of tho report of tlia at tho home ot the bride's parents, llev. nomniltteo by 41 r. WeJIer. of the Dun- and Mrs. W. U. Wright, at 1:15 Wednesdee Deposit Hank, 4Ir. Slmmorman said day uftcrnoon. T,ho contracting parties honor of this were 4Ilss Sue Wright and 4Ir. C. K. that ho opprcicluted--th- o convention endorsing him for Nutlonul Smith, County Attorney of Ohio .county doleirate, but under tho circumstances and tor sevwat years editor of Tim Reho declined tho honor, uiul further desir- publican. Olllo Jiwnea Ittv. Wright, father ol.Jp'Wrlde, was ed to place Senator-ejeclergyman who tl?d for temporary cluilruuin of tiie Ktato the officiating y convention, and Hon. J. 41. Stoenon the nuptial knot pronouncing the whloh united tlio llvas of these tor clialrnian of tho State ConhuJ Com-n- il estimable lieoplu of our little city. The t tee. After ft lively discussion und quite u wedding wus u quiet one, witnessed only bit of pailluinentury proceduro tho tito by Uio Immediate relatives ot the bride was taken on thu amendment offered and groom. Immediately after the cer;mony 4lr. by 4lr. SlmmeniKin, and James was endorsed aa temporal y (hnlrmun ot the and Mrs. SinlUi left tor Ctuclutiutt nii'l Statu convention. Coinentloii tluu nl- - other Hastern cities, where, they will spent! a week on their honeymoon. UpJournod viry iibiuplly. The convunllun waa attended by about on arriving In Haitfortl they will goto fifteen local Itepubllcuns, wJio enjoyed houso keeping In Mr. Smith's rcsltlt4ico Domocrats on Frpderlca street. tlio proi.oodhu;s. 8ocral their many The Kttpubltcan Joins were heard "to cxkoss tliomselviiwiiulto favorable as to tlio rullmja ot Cluilraiiau friends In congratulations and bostwtsli-e- s e 'us Uiey embark on life's rugged Tajlor, and it U quite true lie inu.de a ' together. i splendid chairman. tlio roll-call dolo-Kate- s, o s mm-tlnt- f, Dem-ocratu; ct ceie-monvoy-ac- Slnco the combine has flooded the State with circulars that tho flht against the liquor machine was pionipted b the men in an effort to secure tlio repeal of the county unit extension law nt the ns'xt session of the Legislature, It will Interesting to the 'JJemocra's be homctlitn of Ktntucky to learn of the g.ing hcndciil by Uutiis II. Vansant, who Is seeking the Democratic State Uhulrmnnshlp anl denouncing ills oppontnt, John 41. .Stevenson, as being In leaguo with ,the liquor Interests, a chaige which 4Ir. btevenson denounces as absolutely false. PllOMtSUD TO DHAT COUNTY UNIT. It can and will bo proved that .Uufus H. Vansant, who was clialrman of thj Democratic State Campaign Committee to Inst full, made repeated overtures s tho liquor Intel csts for camimlsn Democratic to help elect the State ticket, with the assurance that to bo chosen v, its If the bill tho county unit extension , would be deflated. It can and will bo proved that the liquor Interests of Kentucky did inako n large contribution to the Democratic cam palgn fund In return for this nssuraneo by Clialrman Vansunt, and th.vt the money was turned over to Vansaut's par son.il reproenttttlv cs In a icertulu room In Louisville. IJQUOR 4IH.V- - COMPUHD. It can and will be proved that tile assurance given by Chairman Vantaut good accepted by the liquor men In faith and that they compiled with their part of the agreement. It lemains 'to be seen whether the true Democrats of Kentucky cun bo tool of the gang iln played by tire clap-tra- p ing fast and loose with the temperance people of Kentucky as the exigencies of tho occasion demand. When tho Stato platform ponventlon met lost year and the platform was adopted it was believed that the liquor question was out of polities und Battled fpr good in Kentucky, but the gang, it appears. Intends to rldo the liquor question at every opportunity contii-butlonDejii-ocrat- sotting tobacco nnd planting corn. Dro. WilUs filled his regular appointment nt New Ba mus Saturday and Sunday. 41r. and airs. Jesse Johnson vlsltcfl ret atlves at Nnrrows Saturday and Sunday. 4Iiss 41ay Foreman Is attending tho ox amlttatlon at Beaver Dam this week. Miss Of. Daniel was the guest of Miss V.Utx Mitchell Sunday. Misses Nellie ami Stella foreman, of New lkiymus visited at 4lr. J. T. Wedding's Saturday night. on airs. G. C. 4Iugnn who has ben the sick list for some time, has greatly Improved. Herbert , Wedding who has been sick for sometime, Is able to be out again. Sunday school nt this place next Sun day eve at 2:3) p. m. buy and Counting Machines - Advocate Passage. Man Killed by Lighting. (Special to Tho Republican.) Leltchfleld, Ky... Slay 29. Irvln Hay- craft, of this city, was Instantly killed by lightning a half mile from this city yesterday. He bad been at 'woik and on a new iiouse lie was erecting, had gono down from the roof. Into a room of the building to get out of the rain, when ho was struck. He leaves a wife and several chlklien and was twenty-fou- r years old. Card of Thanks. Mules for Sale. Two good work mules for sale at my farm three miles south ot Beaver Dan:, Kentucky. E. W. BAKER. 31tt WALTONS CREEK 4Iny 27. Rev. C. O. Bennett, of U.tlca, filled Ills regular appointment ajt .Walton's Crertt Uiiirch Sunday and Sunday night. He was the guest of 41r. W. V. Maddox Saturday night and a guest of Mr. SI. W. Bell, of 4Iutauzas, Sunday. 41 r. and 4lrs. S. A. Render and little son Ravbourn, little Miss Irene Rhotuls, and Mrs. J. Y. 4Iontgomery und sons Wilson, Nathen, and Kloydwho have hail the smallpox this spring were all out at church Sunday and wo are certainly glad to see them out after their long shut In. Sunday school which has not met for some time will begin again next Sunday at 2 p. in. nt Walton's Creek church. We hope the people will como out and help our Supt. Hills Dell, make this one of the most successful jeats in tho history of tho Sunday school. had 41rs. Brack Oglesby, who has 111. Jaundice for a Jong time, la very Sho Is ojepected to tlio at any time. JIr. and 4Iis. George Henry Ashby, of the pentral Grove neighborhood visited 4Ir. , It. C. Tuj lor and family Saturduy night. 4Ir.n. A. Cuiter and mother wore tho guosts. ot relatives in this community Saturday night and Sunday. airland airs. Jeff Hveily visited air. S. II. Render Sunday Allen, Mutnnxas, and air. alia, J. Willliuu Carter ami family, of weio tho guests of Mr. J. Y. Montgomery und family Sunday, Mrs, Ann Header and daughter Lena, Ms. Center ton n, ejcnt Sunday with Rentier's son Herman Render. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bennett aitd little n, I desire to thank all ot my friends i who so kindly assisted me In winning .coins. tlireo-ccn- t new He said tho pleo Leo Slason's the piano In tho contest at had been tried out, by sample from Uio store. mint, on telephone slot machines and Centcrtown, Kj, that It Is too large for the 5 or 10 cent slots, and will not ring the bell in tlio 25 cent slot. WOMEN VOTE WET It also has been ap proved, Sir. Bulkley said, by manuTO PLEASE BREWER facturers of coin and counting mamachines. The coin and counting chines work entirely by tho dlanv3ir this causing Throw Strength to Keep St. of tho coin, the director pf objection to a coin which' tho mint hid pieparcd It hod tho sanio because Louisan's Sunken Gardens plecce, alas the one-cediameter Open. though satisfactory In other respects. Sir. Bulkley said that, in his opinion. the most Important use of the three-cepiece would be In the payment of rosadena, Cnl., 4Iay 23. Tlio wom en voters of Pasadena saved this city street car fares. He referred to Clevegoing dry yesterday, according to final land, whero a three-cen- t fare Is In ef They flocked fect, Toledo, also, has a three-cereturns lecelvcd to the polls and cast their entire strenal fare during certain hours ot the day. for tlio granting of hotel nnd restaurant and In Columbus eight tickets are sold expressed for a quarter. Mr. Bulkley licenses. ,The reason tor their activity was the the belief that three-cecoin would report that If the city went dry Adolphu Influence tlia traction companies of Busoh, tho millionaire St. Louis brewer, Columbus to moke a straight fare of would close his famous sunken gardens thteo cents. He said that ho thought coin would have a good and movo his winter homo to Santa a three-cethree-cestreet Monica. effect In promoting This morning confirmation of tills con- - car tares in many cities over tho flcmplated action by Busch was given by country because of the- convenience Otto Slattble, tho brewer's local secre- ot tho coin for slot machines, as welt tary, who has charge of his estate here. as for other reasons. submitted resolutions "1 did not make known (Sir. Busch's In Sir. Bulkley over tentions because ot .the probable effect ot from many cities the country favoring tho campaign," said Secretary Alatthld. through tho general councils, piece. A Joint letter "We wanted to .be falr.and did not wish the three-ceto appear as trying to Influence the el.xs from Brand WhUloek, Slayor of Toledo, tlon, but Sir. Busch felt that If (the Pro and Newton D. Baker, Slayor of Clevehibitionists won and lielvvas doprlved ot land, Indorsing the new coin was filed They set forth the right to entertain his friends in his with the committee. awn homo In Ills own ivvuy lie would no that in addition the conveniences for longer caro to consider Pasadena as one street car purjioses, telephono slot mapiece would chines, etc., a three-ceof his residence places. "Ills grounds Immediately would have provide a smaller medium wJtti which been closed to tho puhjUc, although Jlr. to purchase hundreds ot articles which Busch loves Patadenn, and his greatest are now arbitrarily sold tor a nickel prldo is his sunken gardens. Ten days for wunt ot u smaller coin, thus ago I received tho word at Sir. Uusch'a establishing a Juster und more rationregarding tho election. Since al relation between values and price. decision thon I received several other telegrams, It will enable the masses to purchase the final ono Instructing me to close tlio commodities In smaller quantities. gardens tlio day following In event tho Man Receives 114 Proposals. decision should bo dry." StayflcJd, Ky., May 27. One hundn-and fourteen young .women in and around Notice to all Carpenters. The contract for the building of Schroa this city havo each put themselves on to go to der School house will be lot June 3rd, record us haying a daslre Uio bids Southern California and bccqmo at tho school houso site. AU bride ot SI. A. Downey. A short tlma must be sealed. whs The old houso will be sold at Uie mine ago a matrimonial advertisement received by a4 newspaper of this city. time and place. The Board ot Education roservos the Tho ad was published, and tho aiiswen-right to reject any or ull bids. Seo W. b(an to pour into Sir. Downey's mall 8. Patterson, Olaton, for fuither par- box a Chicago. They all came from Oiav county, and when till the returns went ticulars. In, ho hail more than ono hundred pio. 1512 HHNRY LHACH, Supt, pasuls. Accoidlug to a ilutter from th it city yesterday, lllcko'iy Giove, wlikh It Methodist Church. five miles north ot hero, had tho lti:V. T, V. JOINHIt, Pastor, Uie mark of seventeen of Uia cplstlos. Sir, llcgular Methodist feervlics fit a court houso Sunduy morning und even Downey Is a grocer at Cliopinan, subuib of CJilco, and had eojue friend' ing. Preaching by tlio Pastor. Sunday school Sunday morning nt 9; 15. there wliu thought it was time tin ww married. Hence the adverthemeut. Epwortli League at 6:W p. m. PDARL-TICHKNOnt nt 1 nt 27. Washington, WideD. C, Atay spread Intertst Is helng ininlfosted by the general, public In the Bulkcjy bills providing for tho coinage respectively of a three-ceand a piece by the government. Two hearings have been hud so far and "'0 membois of the Committee on Coinago, Weights and Sleasures expressed as surprised at tho general Inadterest taken In tho propositions Especial Interest was vanced. shown by representatives of street und bitor-uiblines, telephone people- and others who use, or may have occasion to use, slot machines for the receipt of explained to tho coins. Mr. Bulkely committee that the objections raised against Uia old three-cepiece, lis similarity In size and appearance to the dime, would not stand as against the now one, hecatiso the weight of tlio Tho latter would be sixty grains. weight of thirty was the old ono grains. Sir. llulkley said that his bill prov Ides for a perforation through tho mlddle"Njf the coin, which vvov,Jd mnko distinguishable It easily from other thorn--selves an - !;. k A BOOK THAT HAS NO STOPPING PLACES! h At Least You Won't Stop Until You Have Read it From Cover to Cover "THE VULTURE'S CLAW" BY REV. C. F. WIMBERLY, OF MADISONVILLE, KY. A "The Vulture's Claw" is an absorbingly interesting story, with a deep religious moral. The story takes its name from a miserly, grasping hypocrite whose left hand is deformed into the shape of a claw and his character is so much like a vulture that the title of the book is peculiarly apt. Mr. Wimberly introduces more than a dozen interesting characters and a multiplicity of situations which ho handles with a 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 who n fuses new life and ambition into the community; and in coming of a Methodist minister with whose beautiful character the reader readily falls in love. "The Vulture's Claw" is a remarkable story of hardship 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 abjo'rbs the interest of the reader. ' 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 $l for 52 Weeks. Nbirly tu$'s vul;CLAW, The It's a book of fiction of intense interest, of everyday characters, and a plot that makes the hair raise only to prepare you for the happy ending. Christian homes will appreciate this story, because of the deeply religious moral so adroitly and so strongly interwoven. Read what others say about it WIN. JENNINGS BRYAN SAYS: "Rev. C. F. Wimberly. Madisonville. 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This offer is extended to new or old subscribers. Address THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. TOBACCO WAS DISCOVERED Four Hundred Years Ago Last October. Solace of The American Indian Has Spread to All Farts of This Earthly Sphere. Fur 12 hundred yeais my tho white man fli.st hained to woo ago-Octo- ber lady Nlwtlnc. Four hundied yearn of tobacco. It Ki.s had calumny heaped on it; It tiaa 'nsL-ithe woijd'.s jjrcaU st wner. als; it l.as inspired aiuiny of tho world's .greatest books; it helped sustain Kdisin !n his Inventions. It has slnnud, a cording .to the purists, but It world-famo- Mill ruziMliiM a beloved Institution Jn ev ery jurt of the world. Christianity reaches but a part of tho world. Mohammed failed Kuropo. WJuat, lnuul, opium. polubxp, taro, eggs, shark fins, quinine, l y't all (ire used, but none Is portion of the globe. Hut In uw-rluunxxiu is used everywhere. Christian and Turk, Chinaman and Indian, Hindu and Solomon Islander, every breed and cxcml of man tlu.' iwholo ear.th louud umokt. .r chows or snuffs tho week. AjiMtrk.i can cUlin tho tmo iinlvers-i- l cuotfirn. The Ame.tlc.ni Indian was t'10 dbmovour of tho Bleat narcotic. Stnuigt aro tho variations of this strung habit that has vol Id wide ill tho la.it 4M ycvir.s. Tho Ntmltus of thu ore cigar tmiolurs and they nro vaJd to buVl tho clgur with the lighted vrjl Jn their months. A nice, couI.miioKo Sh nut what thoy want. Tho Hottentot of Africa will s.u:rlfUe ns much us any man of his smoko. Ho will soil his wife for toliuvo, Tho I'atagonUhof tho Srnlt of Mosul Inn bus a systum of smoke swal towing Vy which he throws lilmsnlf down on his fctoimuili and ocurcs a fc.iv cwomente cf drugged ccHtacy. awaj across tho oceans In tlio Jllniua Virus rcfjJ of tho world, tlio lust Aryans Tmokv through tho snow. They mako a ujfm in thu to uomjuir ilur-hu- il (l'lill-llppln- e. come tho returns. Tlicro Is no iiisllon but what it fair A. A Wisconsin subscriber, Mr. It. projK'rly conducted Is of gre.it v.lluo Kolli, illxctisses the calue of district to fanners of a locality by way ot ciffnlrs us advertising nunlliu and advertising tlio fpccl.il adaptability of In the following communication: S.i:i a glvn community for the raising ot tho Farmer and Stockman. certain products. sucGenerall) tho A fair Is nil exhibit prepared by cess of a fair depends upon tho Incommunity or by a trade or profession genuity anil and farsightedness of two or for tho puipose of advertUteiuviit und three leaders, but theso tun only sucfor tho olucatlon and attraction of tho ceed In any lirge way wneii thoy aro public. The benefits then, that limy given tho supiwirt o furiuors in l. men, aocuro to tho local business Tho old.ftshloiied "horso trot $L This is tlio history of tho Short-hor- n through a successful agricultural many token and yet It Is duplicated In tho Mutiny whloli has In nro .Tho fair betho phtco of a real fair Is rapidly disevery other bresl. lively hn-oIrul of longs primarily to the furmem, as it Is appearing and educational and Its Improver und Liter Its advertiser their exhibit and to them In tho long Institutions aro growing up county fair. Tho history of Its tho run will come tho profits. T.hiouh the , Hereford breed (bites from the time In their stead. advertisement activity und Incre-isewhen John I'rlco whowed his hold city, and intercouiso tho lionour, througlvJUt Huglaud. The history of Groat building Falls. reajifl tho first nnd direct benefit. When Its foundation Is undermined, and tho Aberdeen Angus breed dates from How now Is tho local or district fair If tho foundation of health-go- od digestho time when William McComblo exof any benefit to Just farmers? Somo hibited his herd lit tho l'.irls i:jxisl-tlo- n tion Is attackexl, quick collapso Indeed aro directly jald In dollars and On tho first signs of indigestion. way In 1S78, Ho never paid his cents In prize money, but woo unto out of prlzo money, but tho results Dr. King's New IJfo Fills should bo takhim who exhibits his stock with tho wero fur nioro retelling, Tho history en to touo tho stomach and regulate Idea of paying his way out of prlno boivttts l'leatvuit of the Guernsey btted In this country liver, ktdnc8 nnd money, for he Is doomed to disappointdates from tho tlmo ot tho Columbian easy, wifo and only 23 cents at all ment. And woo unto him who values m Imposition at Chicago. 1VJ3. At that druggists. a cash prlzo nboo a bluo ribbon. He, tlmo tlio breed umdo Its first groit too, Is picked us a laser. Wo tuko our Tlio first llpo .smokers, it Is plalmed, France, 40,MO,OljO;Gormany. 6,W;.(nir, Itus-sl- stock to tlio fair to show, to complotu showing. Jt hud Its "county fair" uml Less Bowel Trouble In ono yisir tho sule of tho Guernseys woro tho medicine men. Tolacco was 2X,SX,V; Turkey, IM.CuiX'j1), Java. ami to udvcrtlso ourselvoj In Hartford. our Jumped and from COO to l.loo aulmuls. in used In tho flr.st placo as an Inconso C7.0SS.000; Sumatra, 47,SG3,Wo; Japan, Hartford iieoplo linvo fouinl out jthat productx. liy ndveitUIng derlvo iwo to burn before tho great .spirits. Tho Tho grand total of tho world's benefits through Increased sales of our tho year following the St, I.ouls Dulry A .SI.N'GI.U DOSIl ot slmplo buckthorn tho iV'mand for bark, glycerine, etc., n compounded In burning of tobacco wms an cxpicsslou ot production for that year was 2,3.i;,107,t00 products and our ' Cow Demonstration In breed nnd thus Jersey cattlo Increased rapidly. That Adler-bkman's homao to lilm Just as the hum- - pounds. tho Gcrniiiu aimendlcltU roin-islIndirectly tlino and jierluipa wo "in was their "county fair." If hreolers Ing of wplce. such as franklnuenso and relieves roustlpaUon, wiur tonuvMi In tho United State,-- In tlio .siiue year faimcis leap our rowaid. It blow vv liow- -h to myrih, has been In tho Oilent slnco .tlino IW.OOO.Om) pounds of tobacco weio ermsum and sometimes long In oclmng, but It 0vo their oxlstenco or gas on tho stomach INSTANTLY. Till about communitlis? Look at tho most slmplo UiKtiiro luitLsepticlzes began. Among tho Indians from Hud- ed by Americans. Germany tho digesIs suir ami of nioro tminoi Umco smoked, f.h.iii famous agricultural dlstrlots In tho tive orguns and ilraws off tho Jmpurlrio son's Way to Cuihj Horn tho plant vas snuffed and chewed lO.Oov.iioo pounds anJ that obtalnoil by tho business man. county und uoto Iho correlation of and Jt Is surprising how QUICKLY , U nvrnrded as sacred, heneo tho proseut jiUMla iso.O0O.0OU pounds. Tlio per cap. Nor Is pioof of this etutomeiit wantshows to tjiolr bucwhs. Note tho helps. Ohio County Diug Co. use, dlvino weed." ,ta oonsum,ltlon In tlio Unltwl States ing. AVo luico but to jwlnt to tho hisdistrict tho district that regulates ouo ot tho first English trav- 5.10 poundn for each mun, Hmlot, woman tory of our various breeds of ,lUo tock. tho butter of tho world. Tho city of tleis to uoto tlio custom, writes: "It Is and child, which would mean that the Tlio hLstory of tho Short-hor- n hro.'d Klglu Is lqcakvl Spring Races. In Du l'ugo county of m precious ostlmatlon among fhein avorago consumption of tho rea.1 smolc-thdates back fiom .tho Hmo of tho "whlio Louisville, Ky May 11 to 2S, 1912. (Illinois) and who lias not Jierdot tho tliey think their gods nro so mar- - era could not liavo been less than 15 heifer that travoUsl" und tho "Durham L. & N. wilt sell round trip tickets Du l'ogo County Fair? It udjulus tho volously delighted theix-wlth-; ,TJio first y ox." Impiovers whoroforo iouuds. Germany and Austila ca,cli of Slutit-hor- n for abovo occasion wi following dates, at Whcatou County FuJr district, a fair inalvo hallowed flro uud cast somo ' sumed something nioro than tlueo lbs. catUo weio tho Colling lliotliers, slmllur to our county fairs. Thut dis- rates named below. of their power theieln for a sacrlfloe." per capita, rranco uses i.ic iba. p'jrj of Hnglaud, Ono of them (ho was Ono and ono third faro plus 23 conts trict today reaps Us benefits of tho Tho Indians of Noith Ameilca .welcapita. Hungaiy, 12; tho United King- farmer and Inmrovur, tho other was tlu for round trip. Dates of euto May luth firirs of ten years ugo. f.aok nt the comed Sir Francis DmKo nnd his Bail- dom, 1.93, and Itusala, 1.10. Chicago Tri- onterwlser and tlio advei riser. Tlu dUtilct luljolnhig Walworth county and lltli. ltctuin Jlnilt Muy 29th 112. ors as gods and guvo them jara of itlmlr bune breed was developed nnd iinprousl uud Ono faro plus 25 onta for tlio round (Wisconsin). Walworth county boasts most cliolco tob.u.'i'o, Tho lucdlcluo men to advertise tholr stock trip. Dates of balo May 11th, Limit Uy ono ot tlio a bigger county fulr .than state tho us tho representatives of tlia Only a Fire Hero go-lbrothers loaded two unlmals 13th. Into a fair. All those famous Jiavo dlstilcts wt-iaccustomed to narcotl.o themselBut tho crowd chepred, as,wtth burn- cart and caltcd them about lhiglaud been made by their fulrs and tlio,ws. Ono and ono third faro plus 23 cents ho ves llko tho Doljthlc oraolo by InliaJIng ed hands, he held up a small loundbo'c. showing them as opportunity offtvrcl. As u for tho round trip: Dutes of sale, May result buyers flock into those tho smoko from a. flro of tobacco Ira vox. "Follows!" ho shouted, "this ISuekleu's Theso two animals were later known buy up tlieir waros fiuyers 13. II, 15, 10, 17, 18. 20. 21. 22. 23. 21. und From thoso truces tliey camo to tejl Arnica Salvo I hold, has everything beat as tho "whlto heifer that tiuvclcd'' and 23. 27, and 28th. lloturn limit two days who puy tho price und lit tlui,t (way tho of tho god. Tho jnodlclno men as heal-- 1 for burns." Right also for bolls, ulcers, tlio "Durliant ox." This was a county ..v.., uaie, um not including dates of paid exponso In for the formcis aro era irescribed for their patients a sores, pimples, cczoma, cuts, spialns, fair In embryo. They used otjier moans sale. The products ot a cour.so of smoke, und tlvo sick man In bruises. Surest i4lo euro. It subdues In of advertisement, but', this was tho curred In showing. H. B. MISCHKE. T. A. tuni wa-- sent Into a tobacco sloop, flammatlon, kills pain. Only 23 oenta at main way. From thatUtm mt dates tho ! county must bo shown and advertUod Miles' Gradually tho habit sproad. T.ho sick all drutfglaU. Plltt m popularity of tho Shortfhoni breed. It ' and throuifh this advertisement must forNover used Dr.Better Antl-Pal- n headache? start now. miniature tunnel In tho drift. At one cml they burn tho tobacco with a ho; coal and at the other oi.nlngs of tho tunnel they lie on tho Know and smoke. The MoTclians of Africa aro .such ecstatic useis tliat they cram their nois so full of tho weed It liangs from the nostrils and lias to be doi out with at tiny stiver spoon made for the purpose. Tho Kafflia of South Africa ml their fnuff with ashes and pepper in to mako It blto more .stronely. The Dscheslre In Africa ml their to bocco with water and nation, making a .sort of "pap." which they roll In their mouths. In South America soms tho Indian tilbes far up the Ama-je- s zon are said actually to eat the tobacco In their eageuics.s for Its effect. All tills has coma fiom the dlsoovory ot ChrJstoiiher Columbus. The huinblo rod inan, who has glvtn the world scarce. ly anything else, has given It this ono habit, mora general than uny other. Fiom a fow thousand American Indians, Its only devotees, tobacco has claimed race after raco tho world around, till now tho number of Its slaves Is but a little .Short of tho population of tho earth. or-d- er ( man finding hlmvdf sick a vicund Urn, did not go to tho modlclne m m, but tho hunted up his own tobacco, By men, time Columbus came evetybiVlj Hiioking women and children, Wore pipes or crudo cigar.-- . Tho fir.st mention of tho pipe of peace comes through one Montgomery, .1 knight In of Malta and governor of Canada. 101", who concluded a commercial treaty with tho natlo tribes of the Ahtounlns, Montague, Unions and Clmrokees .by i taking a pull at tho Jilpo of p.Moe. Tho plpe of ,CU(X uslwll. Is allout f,mr or . .,,, prJ. flv0 feet ,onff of ruselj. ornamenUMl with ribbons, tress-o- f ot womc.s ,laIri aft.lns, of coral boads anc, fcatherSi partlculaily thoe ,)t of tho wnp easl Tlle wom,. tho i tribes Xelt thomsehes bound to orna- ment tho calumet in tlio Jnoat liancisoino and effect lo manner. From tho small beginnings years ago tho tobacco Industry has grown with these of tho plant to bo ono of tho greatest In tho world. Tho United Stutes la 1W7 produced 7ll,12j,OV) pounds; Cuba, Moxlco, 2i.7W.); Santo Domingo, M.IOO.OUO; Argentlne.3l,0uO.(j0O: i:B.ui3.M; Brazil. CI.Kfi.OW; Hungary, . i 0; a, The Advertising Value of a Fair. has clstetl Iwforf, but from tKit ie It was known. Today tho Short-hor- n Ilreedeis' AssoeLitlon Is the richest and strongest hi tho would. Contrast with this .the history of the lhiKlb.li brevd. It w.is ileceloped and Improved about the isinio tlinu by one s Hobert Ilakewcll. 'Tho breed was us gixxl ;ls never and ct It showisl, und today It Is extinct, while Is faIts slsttr breed, ,tho Short-hormous tho world over. tl-.Jm-j-horn pr-hapn, ison-eru- self-evide- ti cu-sa- d ful-lo- I a, y, HI-g- in s . at icon-the- ' s . " s, - ( SPEECHES OF ' .i t 4 SENATOR BRADLEY In the Senate of the United aiaies. CAtA. Coat... acuaiui opcAna i ''.- - in BuLalf ui ocuau C Soldiers Who Fought to Preserve Union. Uie Tlie following U reprinted from prueillngs of the U. H. Senate wi Marin B nnd April 2: (The Striate, as In Committee of llui Whole, resumed the consideration of the. Mil (II. 11. 1) granting servlcu tensions to certnln defined vctvnitM of Uie Civil Wnr find tin- Wiir with Mexico.) Mr. I'rrflilents 1 do not ritsiiv nt Uils laic hour to unnecessarily take up Uie time of tlie Senate, nnl ppe.nk only In bolialf of Uie peddler. If 1 remember never corrotjtly, howew, the miMJits mmplaltud uliout tlno taking up of tlielr Urne ly Uie fimntry In lis iioiir or jierll. will No bill ran be iuwcd here tlntt I pleas everyliedj. 1'or that reiiwrn tJio was deeply Interested in hearing memlxTs of ,Uiu Urnnd Army of the lti'IiuliUc Ix'fore our committee. Jteprv. wmtlng, oh ithey do, Uie only organlzalla of Union koUIIcjh In tlds itmtryt J wu,s ttry ntixlous to know their opinion. They opposed the Sherwood bill became It was service. founded t&mc They were Jn favor of the ngc and standard proposed In the lliirnlinin hill. They tlM not iwk for the bill that carried tlio mo.it money, liecause It was nstlmntfd tliut the Sllirwood Mil woilhl for cjixry l7.,0UO,m. They only linked lirojwmltlon 13, which In unbraced In the bill Introduced by the Siimior from New HampKlilrc. They wild that with that kill they would be sattrfUd. They nskwl for this only ok a Ju.itUr of Justice, and J quite agree with the Senator from New Hampshire, tliat they are to Umt Justice. We lienr much kiM now nlout lling within our Income. We did not talk In nun were asked to Uiat way when the-carry the flag. There wu notliiiiK then Halt! (ilxmt not being able to iay them, but all sorts of ftijr promises were mudu In onMr to induce Jni:n to volunteer to 1 do not think wo nave (lie Villon. Khouhl talk tluit way now. Th y are entitled to pensions an a .mutteir o! right anil not ns u master of charity. We one can never jmy, bethem n ihbt that cause they saved the nauntry; unil but for them we wouhl liave no Union or CorvHtltution; but for tlirjn Me wouhl not enjoy the liberty nor Jiuvo the twalUi uml power tliat wo have Mr. l'nslilent. J hlnk that when Uicse. old sohllers come and tell us what they want and put UicjnMjves within,Uie limit of reason it would be little hs.s than an outrage to refuse to fidve It to them. It has be) a lone wWlc since Wie war, and Mime he:e do not know utiyiUiliiK about It, Funic who Jinve heard but little about it. 1 saw Komctliiiur of it. 1 ww Homcthlni; of the blood and the tears 1 of ,tlui,t period. and tlie twrrow hoard (the erica of wttiilnj; wkdows an'l orjijinn clilldrtn. 1 iw the brave boy on tliey mnmhixl to the battle field, under tlio fliii', to the hiiisAc of tho itrum nad fife. In ull their jounw man. kood and BtreiUCtli. I Jmiw Ulein dJi"l Uie Kjion battle field. 1 aw them Woueht home, not with tlwilr shields, but ujin llioin. J lienrd lio ulods that I isiw tlie dark fell ujKin tlnJr cloud of Wioe umd nnu1mh UieU ovr-hun- i; tills country. Mi, we must nut men i.ro old foret thoHO 1hlns. TJiey luivo not the step th.it now. Uiey )ia then. Tlielr nuiks Imvo lKen doclinat), mwl they Jiavo btveome nsel and feeble. C'oinjiuiatlvely few of (them arc left. TJio laro mjijorlty luive jiasstd over tho river and arc now luMlnir under tlio fchado of Uie tret. Mr. l'rifildent. Khali wo full to do them JuhUco? Shall wo refuse to lvo them what thry nfo willing to tuke, not as a clinrlty, but a rlht under Die duty tliat wo owo tliuin fur tho fiiuud nervlco that they jierfornudj 1 vol nl In tho committee asalnxt report In j; line Sherwood motmuro bueuuse 1 e, did not believe It would pass the and the Grand Army opposed 'it because they wanted un bbo and service bill combined. I voted In favor of rebchiK porting the Uurnham bill, now considered, I am in favor of It today. I bet; and pi tad wllli Uie Senate men this measure of jus to ivc tice. To my friend across tho way,xome of whom wcj-- cullant soldiers 0,1 the other side, 1 muko a npocial plea. It there U uny man who should lovo tho soldier, It la tlie eoldier who met him with upon the battle field and strut-flehim for supremacy, I opuiul to the In the Senate to do wliat U right towurd these old. mtn wliib were foomrn worOiy of their steel. A short lime aco In Kentucky a bill to was Introduced la the leUhitur Midlers, and peosJon Uie Contqiera-tTor. very .JlepuJU,cp TO.U4 ta Iti - ujn eer-vi- , m 4 1 ak you now to ho as Rcncrous to were the Union soMlerii an our pttil to yours In KcntiKlty. Mr, I'rcshUnt, we uro told that thcro lme biin many blllloim of dollnrs paid In )liJ(iiifi dillliu; tho Ioiik perlon of (ft) and enri. Yen; thcro Imvo been; there have been many billion of drop of blood nhtil iiiioii tho field of battle; there hnvo Ixtn many rnvcn dutr, like billows upon tho that rl.se en, underniatli which rtiiii! it,hc Kl-himen who lost their lives In tlu service of our country and Its flnK, Mr. WIMJAMH. Mr. lTesldent Do not talk ot me Mil. HUAlll.KV. about lxt (tensions havo eivt. The iUfvstlou now Is, How xhall those men lo jmJd what Is Justly duo them piml what they have Uio rlijht to ask? The l'ltlJSlDlNO OPl"lCU:il (Mr. In tho iluilr. IJoivs tlio Senator from Kentucky yield to the Senator from Mississippi? Mr. IlllAUMSV. CerUilnly. Mr. WII.I.1AM.S. TJio Senator suited thnt very Jtujiublleun member of the Kentucky I'Klslature otil for a bill to pension soldiers In Kentucky. Would Uie from Kentucky kindly stat) what the amount of the pension was per month ir )ier year? realMr. Ilrndley. Mr. President, I ly do not know, but I oon my it wis all thnt was nskel. Mr. WI1.MAM.S. Ah, Mr. President, then tt eoino down to a comp.ulson of what men ask. Can not the Senator from Kentucky atproxiinato the amount thut was ald to Uio soldiers by Uie ICKlslalure of Kentucky? Mr. llllADI.KY. 1 can not. Mr. WILLIAMS. Was it C a monUi? Mr. 11UALU.HV. 1 do not remember. Mr. WILLIAMS. Wub It 13 a month or over 7 Mr. IIi:ALi:V. I do not remember- - I think that the bill was Introduced by some Democrat us u measure of Justlci, and I suppose that no Demwr.it In Kentucky would value Uie service 'of a Confederate soldier at bo kmull a sum as 13 a month. Mr. WILLIAMS. Sir. President, If th Senator from Kentucky will pardon the Interruption, Uicru was sitting to my left n Kentucky Itepubllcan Member of tho House, and he has told me that tho amount was (10 u month. Does the Senator remember If that I correct? Mr. HILDI.i:V. 1 do not; hut, as I luue suld u Mr. WILLIAMS. If it were 110 month, that Is less than any pension in this bill.. Mr. UltADLKV. Well, Mr. President, all I hale to say In response to that Is, In Uie first place. If Uiey conceived Unit 110 was nil they woro entitled to. that was their business and not mine. In Uie next place, I wnn,t to say th.it the difference In aluo was vely gteat between their servlcia and Uioe for whom we are now IcKlslaUnK. tlielr case tlie pension .was lven to men who fought to destroy Uio Government, and In this we are Klvlru; u pension to men wlio fmwht to preserve It. 1 Mr. WILLIAMS. Mr. President. should like to usk Uie Senator from Kentucky another question. Of couhmj I appreciate tho point he has made. That do-'not, lxowever, affect tho LeRlsla-tur- e of Kntucky very much, I imagine. Did Uie tension bill extended to In Kentucky include anybody excejxt Uiofco who wvero not In U19 enjoyment of nn Ineonio feufflclcnit to live without u pension? Mr. UltADLKY. I do not know; I wu not Uicre. 1 simply know that a bill was passed. Mr. WILLIAMS. I should like to add a word. If Uio Souutor from Kentucky y nt liran-doKr- not will permit me, nml then I will bother 111 Ml any more, TJio PItLSIDINO OKiyCKIt. Jxies thn Senator from Kentucky yield further to the S"nntor from Mississippi? Mr. WILLIAMS. If tho Htato of Ken tucky did kIvo nny pension to tlie Confederate soldiers upon nny other IhisIh nnd miesslly now, than nhsoluto tho Stntc of Kentucky did somethlnir which no other Southern State, as for as 1 know, inut done. Mr. 1IIIADLKY. That may bo true, Mr. PrtAldtnt; Kentucky Is in the luiblt of during thliiKS Unit no other Southern Stato ev r did. TUKSDAY, APlliL 2, 1912. Anniversary of Celebration of Act Emancipation. ' 'nd -- ' s th Heart Disease Almost TIo Fatal to Young Girl "My daughter, when thirteen years old, was stricken with heart trouble. She was bo bad we had to place her bed near a window so she could get One her breath. doctor said, 'Poor child, she is likely to fall dead any time.' A friend mm told me Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy had cured her father, so I tried It, and she began to Improve. She took a great many bottles, but sho la spared to me to day, a fat, rosy cheeked girl. No one can Imagine the confidence I have In Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy." A. It. CANON, Worth. Mo. Hbfs Bell-at- tln-vM- ) 4( d t The unbounJed confidence Mr. Canon has in Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy is shared by thousands of others who know its value from experience.. Many heart disorders yield to treatment, if the treatment is right. If you are bothered with short breath, fainting: spells, swelling of feet or ankles, pains about the heart and shoulder blades, palpitation, weak and hungajr spells, you should begin using Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy at once. Profit by the experience of others while you may. Dr. Miles Heart Remedy la tela' tnS guaranteed MILES MEDICAL CO., Etkhart, 14 ' Mr. UltADLKY. I ask for the consid eration lit thin time fo Stnato bill 180. Mr. President, I will try to explain tho purpose uml object of this bill, in oJl tho nHinoirt-laUon- s that luivo been made by Contcs for different expositions in this country .there lias never been nnyUiIng asked by or clven for tho Siro race. Tlie object of this bill Is to inahle them, by an exposition, to celebrate tho semicentennial of tlielr freedom, onj of the most notable events In history, to call their people together to assemble tholr invitations, tlielr products of flild and shop, to show to tho United State. and the world Uie progro they liave made, Uicreby Inspiring their race wlUi more activity, earnestness, amblUon, and desire to become, valuuo'e clttzens. Since Uie negToes were freed they hav lncroofcol from l.OCO.ooo to 10,000,000 In population. They own notwithstanding they were freed without nny property, more Uinn tWO,000,MW. They They have 1S5 private high schools. have 30,000 teachers, 2 banks; KOOnewf-papeand periodicals. They have decreased In Illiteracy 47 per cent. Th'.y hae 1,600 lawyers, 2,500 physl?'a h.siv-er.- il Uiousand mlnl'i.is, dome rt whom are anions the ablet t anen in the United Stntis. They have 3)9 wholv u ) huus cis, 9.0S8 retail merchants, nnd m:nl' factories. Among Uiem are selvn'ljH, poets, authors, musicians, artists, anl Inventors, and they luivo 2,000,000 chlhtivi In the Jiools. The object of this bill Is to give them a chance to call ; I eminently to of this Nathe attention of the jioi-- i tion what they hue arM'nplNliiil airi to show Uielr Jirogres., to enwiiifige or UicJr jeople to the aeeompll'iu:ej greater Uilngs, and to show tlu whlto people the exunt of their improieme.U jncrlt In order tliat they may better their help and symimthy. Mr. Pri'slilent, It seem to mc when wo conMdtr the fact Unit thesu people backs for o many yours bent In bond.wc In unrequited toll in order to mako foi tunes tor others; that tiny were denied every right of manhood, every opixjrtunlty of educaUon; that durnotwltlistandlng ing the Civil Wur, wns at state?. In the their freedom whole southern country not one of Uicm ever onmmltttyl nn outrageilUiough they nnd were left In charge of tlie wives childnen of Uie Confederate soldiers who were fighting to continue them In slavery, now Uiat they are citizens of Uie United State it Is our duly to lift tlisin up, to help them, to strengthen Uiejn, to encourage Uiem, to make U;eni better citizens, and to make them of more value, force, and virtue In this great Republic. This Is but a pittance, and It Is conditioned upon tlielr raising among themselves fTiO.OOO before they can enjoy tho oppropriaUon. J do not think Uiut tho spirit of economy should bo such as to prevent Uio passage of nny bill which has for it purpose tho betterment of humanity, Uio betterment of our country and tlio Improvement of its citizens. I hope the bill may puss. Mr. President, I will not undertake nt this late hour to- cuter Into a discussion of Uio negro problem. I will say this, however, that I do not bellcvo that there will be a conflict ot luces In Uils to country. Cirtulnly ono of tho ways prevent any conflict Is for tho superior race to extend a helping hand to tlie Inferior race and show Uiy uro willing to do thum Justice. I am not at ull alarmed about tho supremacy of the negro over the white h man. If of our iwpulatlon.com or PomhI of negioiM, can overcome us surpass us In uny lesjiect. It will he our own fuult, and wo should not com' plain. Tlio Senator from Nubtaska (Mr. Hitch-cocsaid Umt the exposition Jn Omaha was fur educational purposes, hut I mil suie that those who heard his remarks will conclude thut it f.illl In Its punas'. All his talk about tho. negro having nil equal chuiico In that exposition Is What ejioneo had Uio ueg' uw urtlcles to tuko his comparatively there to ( on tend with tlio whlto piau? Kvery officer In the oxpuslUun was a whlto man. Tlio negro was literally left out of tho concern. If the exposition held In Omaha finally turned entirely Into a Midway PUilsunoo, ox you miaht call It, as tho Seui-to- r says, Uiat docs not argue that cither t'XjoiUona nill do Uie same, Mr. PraldAt, I : wish to read a very short extract 'from what ana of th. pien aid .who can before UjU cotmlttee rs l.ti 'h'r one-tent- k) while this hill was bolng htnrd: First of nil wo seo In It un opportunity to etnphaslisu tho reHl value of our The burdens a woman Fas to carry through life ore many bot they tan be splendid form of government. You will I'ifthtened if she will turn to Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. A soothin and subduing nervous excitability, prostration, hyttcria, hot- pardon n for adverting to porsonnl ex itrenftthenintf nervine many symptoms which may lie caused by dintrcssing ills peculiar and perience, but when I think of my birth-plac- e to women. the " pains or dictrcss and for the derange-an- d For those " drndtfind-dowIn a log rnbln letw.n irregularities the " Favorite Precriptinn " ha hod many thousands oE two menu testimonial! from people living in every rort 0f AmcrWn. Another important mountains In tho Htato of Tcnntse0 thing to every woman is that this medicine is rnr.Uc roots, nnd of the opportunity of appearing without the use of alcohol, narcotics, or nny injuriousfrom efficient medicinalingredin gents. Full list of bofoie such nn august body im this I ents given on and sworn to by Dr. H. V. Pierce who is President of the Invalids' Motel onaurgical Institute, nt Buffalo, fcid tliat that L one of the greit N. Y. Every woman i invited to w rite to this Institute and Uilngs In tlio minds of my race In tholr receive confidential and sound medical advice, entircly In a pructloil, tangible iwiy to without cott from one who makes tho diseases of women sliow to the clvillred world the great his specialty. "I can chorrfrti.y recommend yonr remedies, psncclaltr opportunity afforded ccry American your ' Favorite Prescript Ion,' for nllfrmalo ill orders," wrllvt citizen, regardless of previous Mits.M.I.Moimni.L,of UlufrClty,To.nii.,Kout-2- . "Durlwr conditlio past Mivon yHirs 1 RUflrred from pnln lit the Utile and tion or creed. Secondly, tlwro would ovnrics. Tried many remedies but found only tran-lobo the obJ:t lesson in bringing forward relief until 1 wns iiersnndcd by a friend to try I)r. Pierce'; Favorlto Prescription. Alter giving this romexly a such nn exhibit to insplro and encourage recommended It Ilo.found that nil would do Just what It Is spoak too IiIrUJU, our own people, who at times ficl seven bottle. I cannot a I tieil in of Dr. Plerco's remodlia for all female derangements." though life was scarcely wortli little as Mas. mobbblu Dr. Pierce's Pleascnt Pellet re&alMte ilwer llta. living. Tiny ure not even Informed as mass of the material progress a that has been made by tlie race in the short period of timo In which we liave been practically relying upon our own resources. That Is No. 2. Then U comes to you as a desire of the vurlouB religious organizations of this country, utid ,wo fot-- Uiat the Christian Church Is possibly the greatest asset and tlie most practical and cVcnr demonstration of Uie possibilities of tho race. We have as nish-o- p Good Service. Arnttt was wont to hay, suffluicnt seating capacity In Uie churches to MEETS give every negro In the United Stntes a comfortable pew In a church, and wo com-asking this opportunity of showing to Uie world that we live in a land where, If a man will put forth the proper endeavor, he may rue, and COLT Svperiority Uien wo como asking that we sliall have an opportunity to show to those of I For two yearsjlhe Automatic TiS our own rave who may be somewhat dis(Of Jimc7 01 ine vniica r couraged and despondent that there is tStattshi been won with a r-- 'f light ahead, and to that end I simply appear representing the moral side of )CoIt Automatic Pistol UiLs cpJestlon and from a ministerial iffjt. Th. COLT ha outshot "mr. Mm. point of view. and outranked all others AJs the Senator (Sir. from Nevada In open competition, Newlands) said, the conduct of the which proves COLT men who appeared before that commitACCURACY. tee ivus dignified, mod(st, and proper, ) Hoae Protection doesn't I T not only so , but they demonstrated fM; j require an expert shot, but it docs require an A COLT in the that tliey were men of rare Intelligence. . -- i.. accurate Automatic Pis .SMiimfr wusc euiurua noi oiuy Mr. President, it seems to mo sUioul; 1.1. "...-- .. &JZ'PW. .it Uol """ --,ki,K YOU -w . I.'.H TtfW .. is a very small favor asked by tho this can do expert shooUng JtTQltCtlQn, but a M negro. I was glad to Uiat Uio' -t- h. COLT is sense of absolute . committee were unanimously nl favor of , the one best proof , f of the most tc- its ine saicst nuumjiui, risiui the bill. curate pistol to keep in the home LOADED AND Wo do not want to close five door vof for you READY FOR INSTANT USE. It can't hope against the.se people. Let us give to buy. them a chance .to show- - to the world be accidentally discharged. It's the Wmmmum9 i iARnf what they have done; wheUier or not Automatic Pistol with an automatic they merit tho freedom that c.ime to .. safety you can't "forget to make it them through years of ogony ami blood sate. rv. and toll. Let us do something to env'.;v Colt Automatic Pistols may i. ' courage them. If wo want fairness and " be had in various sizes from the fellowship, let the groat white good "", kill. .,.. iL- L.t ol;ko. "7C race bo fair and Just to tlie colored race, which labors under fco many disheavy Army caliber .45 the gaaaff advantages. most powerful pistol made. Hut tho Senator from Nebraska seems b Catalog E mailed free. to fear Uiat the negroes can nut pay their way to the exposition, and in his ,y sour Dealer does not sett COLTty, send your order to us. Imagination lie thought it was going to m jiw bo held on the Atlantic coast. No wonCoh's Patent Fire Anas Mfg. Ce. der, for there have been so many expoHARTFORD. CONN. sitions in that direction; but this exposition Is to be in Uie South. It will be held there for Uie purpose of showing to the negroes of the South, In Uie States in which they were held In bondage, exactly their opportunities and The Seven Wonders. THE their chance, of betterment as well as EWINO "The Seven Won,ders of tlie World.'' tlielr material advancement. MACHINK historic We should remember, Mr. President, They have been matters of OF that Uie negroes liave been faithful to faith since our childhood. Lot us see QUALITY. tills country; tliat tliey have mode won- what they are, or rather were, for derful progress; and we should not for- science has now cast them from Uidr got that upon the, field of battle they throne: the Pyramids, the Hangine GarNOT have stood side by side with the dens of Babylon, the Tomb of Uausojus, SOLD whites and preserved the lives of their the Temple of Diana, the Colossus ef UNDER mora Unui once; white comrade and Ilhodee, the Statue of Zeus and the l'ha ANY OTHER that their feats of bravery luivo found of .Kgypt. NAME. nicjiUon throughout mo.Ht complimentary Undoubtedly they were the eeven won-dethe civilized world. all time since their coronation and WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. I plead for Uds humble and unfortunate has yielded them tho title, now with Ifyou purchase thoNEW HOME you wilt race. I plead for simple Justice. I one blow from a collegiate fist Uiey are plcud they may bo extended this little brought tumbling about our heads, nnd have a life asset at the price you pay, and will not have an endless chal n of repairs. help. I plead they may be given more lost tliey be lost to fame entirely, we light; they bo permitted to allow w,liat believe tliey should be at least recorded Quality they have done. from noiv as tlie "seven relics of the Considered I do not fear tluit tho timo will ever world." lie in tho way l'iiiuu when they will wonders, prcjored Tlio new seven of the whlto man. This tan not after deliberation nnd speculation and be of tliolr finally Issued by Cornell University, as on account expected, bondage, past history, und fulJ pledged nnd accredited Htunners In tholr but their lack- - of education; clude wireless, synthetic chemistry, ot c rushing them bo tlie canh radium, aeroplane. Ifyou want a sewing nuicbluo, write for) l would reach out und tuko them by seven our latest catalogue before you purchase. When ono pluees tlio ancient tlio hand und say, "Come up higher liostdo Uie modem seven, Uiey must ad Tie New Home Sewing HachiM Co., Orange, Has& on tho piano of equality Ik: f ore the law; mit without hesitation, that from tlio come up Into the highway of progress; stundjioiiit of usefulness which after all come up higher In the standard of cit Is Uie only standard that counts In izenship, nnd xliow to the people of our d world tho timo tho world what joii huvo done, und you fllinle.it wonders pale Into the Save Maaev mad VLte is I I will merit Uio confident o und rcspcut of wraiths of nothing at all, Style by Resaug McCall's all." Uut while wo regulate to the ronr shelf asd Usiac McCaU Pattens Uieso old standbys of ours, wo muy well WOMAN'S TRIALS; n bottle-wrapp- er dlie nt fau-trl- r. JAMES & CO., - First Class Centertown, TRANSFER Kentucky. Prompt Attention and ALL TRAINS, Prove! )H k M ,. W' v lr t Safety. if IXWSMP'' 7''4 $ V "aaa -,- l -j n-- .. m Mf ,'if ., only JBtWWm j ii diMM NEW rs HOME ontl-toxin- s, W ?J:.I' MaUe MSCAtlS MAGAZINE work-u-da- y lion-ore- wOi.it-evi- er wonder and never guess with what From far away Porto Itlco como yure discovery amusement the dwellers of earth womletful new of a and years from now will regard our noio tluit U believed will vastly benefit the plain, our radium ami ull our other Marclian, of Braco lcoile.M Itumon T. wonder toys, from Uielr advanced stnte. loneta, writes "Dr. Kinra New Discovull as the world go uround," Pu ery la doinjr milendJd work here. It cur- "Its ducah Sun, ed me bout five times of terrible coughs and colds, also my brotlier ot a evere cold In his chest and mure tliuu W oth ers, who used ,U on my advice. We hoe tills great medicine will yet be sold In ImfcaU sjU CtiUm. every drug btore In I'orto lllco." For Tfci If Ymi HmbI AJamUst throuU and lung troubles itt lias no equal A. trial will couvJnce you of its merit. Bears Us Wo ILOO. Trial botUo tre. Caaraa-- , utgutmwt . m leed by aJ irufctsts. Porto Rico's New Wonder. McCdTsMsf tils will y belli yim UreM ul a inucloraiu exiii!-- lijr koeplnir ytiii poned on. tlia IJll'St lusliious lu clolhes mid bats. 10 In c.iili Issue. AU xuluuble Infonnalluii un nil homo gud ir-MiiN( w Kusliloii pestsas CASTOR It U ' C. I IA laifhi u today or seud for free sample copr. a1cCIIPitwiviillriuiMvjouton)kelu jrour vmi uouio. wllli youvwnliaails clmliiiisfur which will be BaahH'C louiwlf end i nlldB n ie lilfber luatiil lu style and III. Pnen-nreoav Send fur free l'asnkn Cstslef ue. for aettlne sab'' We M Site Tea flat tittm scrlalious auujug aaur rfttDils. tiand for Ireu ft U)c a venr. Inclurtinc, a fieo al(etii. SuOA mallets. Oulr mmmKwtmmm'Xm.m'im. rreatlmi CaUlucK tot h I'rRaoires, kt.b fc N iiNw. ' i)4.sW. .1,,, 4,. ti i... ... Hartford Republican. Katered This has boon charged before, but by those not so close to the throne. nnroivr op -- TUB- tjiij condition ok Hartford, K.t.i lass. ncoordlnR to biw at ttitPottofrice tke second m mull mnttr fA r' Bones and Ancient Pottery Found CROMWELL DEPOSIT BANK1 Near Matanzas. "rfirte pi' cop of ancient onrtliennaro liave lcen brought to IWf office by County Attorney C. B. Smith tliat wore found on the farm of W. P. Ilemb r, of the Matnnznn nelghbothood last week. Tiho ware wns discovered! In n smtll mound on Mr. llcnder' farm, when the ground had bien cleared and broken tin nnd at the same tlmo the. Jaw bone and skull of n man, a large quanlty of parch od corn, nnd n lot of charcoal were The mot remarkable part of o the perfict ttite of the discovery preservation of the corn. The corn wns found In a large earthen vessel that hud been .turned over, which no doubt ke,pt of It preserved. Several large pieces charcoal were also found, whioh would Indicate that this ilocatlon liad been ih.mI of as a isunplng ground by residents long aso. The bones found .were of or-'- d nary size. C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER EDITORS " RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER PUBLISHERS , AND PROPRIETORS. lt. Doing buslne. at the town of Cromwell, County of Ohio, State of Kentucky, at Urn iloo of business on the IS day of .May, ' --' ' 1512. , Y OU can't get any better clothes than we can much you pay for them. show you, no matter how you get them, no matter who takes yoar measure; no matter how iiicsorncKs. Loani and Discounts with one or more endorsers - n , iMriM M fee) communlcidoM to Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS rf 3f .wVilM 3t5 'fVtVA p2a f V There are no better clothes made than our as surety nutate Uoal Cill Lotus on fU.3tVI.7S: Mortsn-go- ( s dndrlnR tb pHjwr it to n new address must glTe the old addreM In malting the Babacrlbers 2..V.f.o Collater- mutest. Unsolicited mannttrlpta will not be rrtnriird vnttMBCcninpnnlrdby pntnKf. Anonymous communication! wilt receiTe no attention. xxx-ssracoiTa- c. Moufffa. 3l"trr I'lUDAY, MAY CI. ..... 13 il)C I Anyway Pruritic nt Taft Is salt! to good golf player. Democratic sympathy for Taft 4s wonderful. a ItnrOKT OK TUB --TUB- CONDITION Of President FARMERS BAnK Center-tow' The "millionaire club" ntllt seems to Doing business a,t the town of of County of Ohio, State of have charge of the Kentucky Demourntl Kentucky al the close of busmachine. of good iness on the 15th day "Wc cannot find It In our heart to say (Ni'fJ of May An:. "ffc told 'you so,'" no matter Jiow we ItKSOUIlCES. may feel secretly. M".W Loans nnd Discounts with The criticism of Manager McKInley by one or more endorsers as ssssssssssljf Jsssssssssssb 1 I bsisssssbsssssssssI SSSSSSSHl 1,711 1" Furniture and Fixtures.. lssssssssss(ssrissssssssssssl I very $ 9,270.36 l surety I money. the administration press Is In ssssssssh Otlier Assuts not Includdemand Ileal Bstate Mortgages .. 11.70.PJ poor taste. Mr. Taft should ed tinder any of nbovthat they stop "ktckln' his dog aroiin'.'' Call Loans on Collateral.. None. .' 3.7 liuuls on Collatelal Time Loans Two months ngo there were Itepublinns ' L S. Bonds None. Total In Ohio .county who were as bad guess-er- a Other Stocks, Bonds, Ktc.Nonc. .tiv !... JdABlLlTlES. about the running blllty of lloose-ve- lt Due from National Banks. 19,4y. Capital Stink jsild in, in as Manager Mclflnley and Senator Due from State Hunks Ji;.,(ni'" cash Bradley. None. i and Bankers 2.091.19 Surplus Funds CompanPresident Taft's followers arc now Due from Trust Undivided Profits .. .. J.77.S1 2,i'llll ies None. blaming Manager McKInley. Jle does Fund to pay Taxes .. .. None. United Statis and NationBeen to be a poor guescr, but no doubt Deposits subject to check 3,0M.nl al Bank Notes Is doing the best he can with .the oad (on which interest is Specie 4.J55.1J $15.00. Copjrribt 1909 if Hart Sctifner It Mt to carry. P,iOS.79 not paid) Checks and other cuh Deposits subject to i heck i None. fact Items . The President focls deeply the (on which interest !. Clearing for tliat Jils friend went back on him. He Uxchance paid) None, f None. now knows how many of his friends of Jloue Demand certlfliates of four year.s ago have been made to feel Overdrafts (secured) .. .. None. Deposits (on uhluh inter- Overdrafts (unsecured) .. None. In Kentucky, If not In other States. est Is pa Id l None. Taxes None. Time Cirtlfleatt s of DeI,fti7.33 Jt appears lluit'Otllc James wanted to Current Ks.rnses Paid .. posits (on which Inturost Banking Estate be sure he would bu properly eulogized Ileal .t Is paid) 1T.TC" W ; Houi-7rtO.uH In the Democratic convention nt LouisSavings Deposits (on which Other P.tal Estate .. . IS.JW.IS ville this week, for he nominated himinttrtht if paid) None. 7W.W rurnlture and self for temporary chairman of the conCeitlfltd Checks .. .. .. None. Othtr Asstits not Included vention. Due National Banks .. .. None. under any of above heads S.fcl.13 Due State Hanks expeu-M. Kentucky, ami to PUBLIC SAl.ll. security required, bearing Interest at tin L. 1'orter, Joe M. Bairett, . If the Democratic State Cajmpaign e Bankers Steiveiix; to None. Williams, Charlie HPii-Rcent, per annum fro.ti the hlphtst bidder, tlie follow Im; the rate of C .Sl,2W.!,J Total Committee took ei funtl from the liquor Due Trust Companies .. .. None. Joilic Haley. Tliur property (or to much thereof as may ue day of sale, and having tho force and Harry and Job LIABILlTli:S. people, .promising no County Unit Cashkr's Checks outstandman llagl.tnd B. anl Vlrvic MaUii.WVtyni to satisfy Plaintiff's dubt, in. effect if a K.1I0 bond. It Is enough to dam thine .con- Capital Stock paid In, in ing VK) Leach, James A. Sandefur, Cluirlos Jl. teirest ntul cost), WITNKSS, my hand, this 21st day of J15,000.00 nected with the disgraceful ileal in the cash Notes ami Hills redlscount-e- d Williams, Jim A curtain tract or pared of land In Slay 1S12. Surplus Funds None. fyes of the decent people for nil time. d None. Tlie guests depiirtt d w Ishlng the T. II. BLACK, S. O. C. Ohio county, Kentucky, on the waters of Jt3 S,G59.r7 Undivided Profits Unpaid Dhldends' None. 3adks many hujipy returns of tlw Panther Crefk and boundtd and di'sorlb-t- d None. Some of the speakers a the Dcmooratic Fund to pay .Taxes Ta.xes due und unpaid .. None. eLiy. ONK I'UUSKNT. as follows: IleRlnnlni; at two PopConvention .Saturday Jumped on the Cour Deposits subject to check Bills payable None. lars, two Black dims and a Bccoh on NO SIB, CAN'T (on which Interest Is not anil Henry Watlerson and Amount of unclaimed detho top of a ridKe: thence North, S BALD KNOB. GET APPENDICITIS 11,161.01 liberally crushed both. Still the fact re- - paid) posits on hand None. May ST. Farmers are almost done s - West, 1D3 poles to 'a stone, two small madns that 'they have never bten able to Deposits subject to check Other Liabilities not Includ- - ' Hickories and n White Oak; thence Soul tln tob.tcto in this neliriitiorhood. do much Jn Kentucky without the aid of (on whleji is interest etl under any of the above Wert, 119 poles to n Make Dowoo.1 paid) Health Is viry wood In this lclnltynt S None. the tColomil and the Courier-Journa- l. heads None. ' and Black Gum; thence South, i this writing. Dt.mand certlfloatea of de- ' Jt Is ithat Hopkins pounty (will be jKxsIts (on which interest is Mr. J. W. Tayltn- - and family. Mrs. .1. Kant, 133 poles to n Dtiffwotd, lilac k Gill Total I.S.733.1& In the load of the counties in tho paid) Leach and family, of Mt. I'k;is.int, Lit- SinnifJi Oak, Small Oak ami Klm;thenc None. STATJ3 OF KKNTUCKY, 121 JkjU'S to the btln- applications Time Certiflactes of DeState in the number of tle Misses Mae Mlllt.r, nnd Fannin Mac North, t 2 County of Ohio, Sot. Charlie nnlg. Containing One Hundred tiwj uteres filed by confederate soldiers for iptnslons Smith, sptnt Sunday at Mr. posits (on which Interest I, J. J. Stewart, Cashier of the above more or l"ss and behiK tho Mine land Is paid) from the State of Kentucky. Jjast SatSmltliV. i2,4C9.S namejd Bank, do solemnly uear that very sorry at this conroyed to J. L. Casoy by I. N. Jof. urday there had been a total of (fifty Savings Deposit (on which WJieat Is looKlivs the above statement Is true to Hie .bevst writim;. by I Eat All I Want to Now. No Moral, It fries and U. K. Jeffries, Ids wife, old soldiers and thirteen widows, who The farmers are afiuld interest Is paid) None. my knowK'tlge and belief. of deed of date November Ttli, 1S10, and of Gas on the Stomach or Sour Stomach. applications in Mi at, county. will be almost a faJluie had made Certified Checks J None. J. J. STKWAUT. Cishler. No More Heavy Feeling After Miss Kmtk'oiLs Taylor visit, d yf record In Dee-e- liook No. H, at lasc Due Nntlonal Banks .. ..None. ) Subscribed ami .xwoin to befoie me thl Meals or Constipation. JIImj Oliio Due State Banks and HankDcmoci atic Convention of cousln.Mivs Martha Samlcfui.lu.st Thurs. No. 4oT, Ohio County Clerk's Office. No matter what you'vs tried without V 23 day of May, 1912. Said land will be Fold subjont to two Retting relief JUST TRY simple buckcounlty last Saturday eudoisid l!uv. day. ers None. My Commb-slonexpires February 21, thorn bark, glycerine, eta, as compounded and the Stuto Administration In Due Trust Companies ., ..None1. Sabbath school it proijresHlni: nicely lien debts of f2t.(0 each, with C )t-In ADLBIt-l-KA- ! You will bo surprised 191C. Ue most flattering terms, ond then sat Cashier's Chucks outstandat tills place with Mr. II. W. Taylor cent. Interest from November 7th, lal". at the QUICK results and you will be guarded ngnlnst appendicitis. The VERY T. WADE STUATTON, Notary Public Upon tho Clovernor.by Instructing for ing S.'ietiry. belnc the deferred juirohase money jiay. K1UST DOSi: will help yoii and a short Sufit., Mrs. Willie Davis, None. Correx't Attest: treatment with ADLKR-I-Kmake Sttnator James for Clialrmnn of the Neites and Bills rediscount-e-- d Mr. Benton, teaiher of 1st olass, Mr merits owlni; by J. L. Casey to I. N. you feel better than you have will years. for , T. K. COOPKlt. Jeffrle-This new German appendicitis remedy L. K. Jef files for and baid State Convention, a position which ho Pcrryman Bmbry, teiu-heof 2nd icluss None. antlseptlclzeB the stomach and bowels B. V. FLKKNnil, nought as mi endorsement by the jiarly Unpaitl 1 i Jdt nils and Sirs. Klla IJinton teacher of Jrd land, ns shown by deed of said Jeffries nnd draws off ail Impurities. A SINQLB None. W. T. TAVLOB, to said Casey, of In Deed Book DOSB relieves gas on the stomach, sour In the State. class, and Mr. T. Davis Oiolr ileader. Taxes due and unpaid .. None. stomach, constipation, nausea or heavy Diieotors. No. 29, nt pufio K", Ohio County Court feeling ofter eating almost AT ONCE. TJio little infant ihlld of Mr. mil Hills payable None. A short treatment often cures an ordinary A good ttibiui'o soason bust Saturdiy Mrs. Cluster Lt'.ioli, is no butter at this Clerk's Office and leilcd U;on as tho case of appendicitis. Amount of unclaimed For Sale. Sold In Hartford only by tho OHIO property of J. L. Casey. put up by furnlsiud the explanatltm wrltliu;. on .hand Nono. Corn, Hay ond one horse for lc. Call A birthday dinner was jriven nt Sir, every Demoenttls hpeaker for the poor Other Terms; Sale will bo madu a COUNTY DltUO COSIPANY, on Liabilities not in on It. B. MAIITIN, attendant'! at the Ohio county Ma-iIlurshel Porters, Jn honor ot their dauH-te- r crtdit of G months, bond with approved cluded under any nt tlni Utf Convention. The tiuth Hartford, Ky. is tliey were Sllss Muttle and plrl frleml. Silts alxttc lit. ids None. not only but.y setting tobiuxw, but tntxt ood Akik.s Williams. All hiul a Jtliy AAAA Birthday Dinner. of them have made up their minds time ami lot of nice thlnirs to tat. Total W,2y' .1.' Chen on May 28, by MIkmih Mary Unit they aie going to have u ch.inv' to STATE OF KENTUCKY, Sir. AloMinder l.ivls and brother-in-laII. Williams und Mabel C. 1'orter, at Sir. Slonroe loekiry, of Simmons iiiiivii. Vote for Theodore llooso,t.lt. County of Ohio, Sot. the beautiful country ntltlenee of Mr. 1, Alvln Howe, Ca!iltr of the above hent Xatutday with itlielr futher, Sir. Again the women voteis Jiavo II. T. Portur, in honor of their sliders. It. W. Davis. d named Jiank, do solemnly iinar that MlswH M utile Porter und Agnes thut tliey nre really nat as good the above To get a good a real bargain. Organs' ',1 Sir. Len Lfviili and wife, Sir. L. 1. Ntateitient is true .to the friends of piiililblllim sis the jnen. Jn mi Icuoli and wife M't'nt Sumlay and Sunu.uu up. of my knowltilgu untl belief. ;; irom The day was Heal In every way. citation at Pasadena, Cal., one day l.it day nUht with Sir. lierslivl 1'oiti.r and ALV1N HOWE, Cashier. Call and see our lino of sheet Music is the very .btlng In week, ilUnitc.huK ttll us they flocked to Subse'i Ibeil for tlie invit- family. and .sworn to beloro this I'l ed guests, with table sprtud Under the tlie jmUs ami cast their mttro strength day imeHi. of May 1M2. shade trits Jn the yard, .whore ull In favor of granting liquor license. My commiwJon explrei, lVbruaiy 2", For Sale at a Bargain. HoccnUy they dtifeatttl Jinial option in the tllnncr wiiteli .was Mritil In liild We will move Piano with the Motor Boat equipped with a C h. p. courses. Los Anglos. So at luast out) argument la O. L. BOSS, Notary J'ublli'. and covers. No danger of damaging it. Gray Motor. Sliced It miles an hour. suffrage nems to be Tho honored ladles levelled several favor of female Contut Attest: nice jut Hula and ull itiorul a inot Boat Is one. seabon old and In first class boxes for sale. knocked out. W. II. BEAN. condition. For further particulars, call enjoyable time. you will call store we will give you a L. C. MORTON. Our Democratic frlemls In Kcntutky Those present were: .Mesl. ui.es. Veola. on or address this office. J. N. NALL, BUIIg UUUH. fighting heat und havo reached ,,yi are fit Clilnu, Susan Mary Leach, Mart ha Lcacii Directors. Sheriff's Sale. the fcUige at which tlioy tell tales 6ut Dora Ixwu'Ji, .Suu lortor. Mlbstts Muttlo mil tays the By Virtue of Execution No. S01, Book of aohoojl. TJio CourleT-Joi- u It would surprlMj ou to know of tho Porter, Atiiie Williams, .U111I0 M. money great good that Is being done by Cliamb MurUia A. Handt-Xiir- , whiskey furiilslied the Mlnnlt? Annlo Jtn,t-lun- No. IS, directed to kne, which Issued wblqh enabled McCreary to defeat loin's Tablets, Darius Downey, of Ne.'-bur- g from tho Clerk's Office ot the Ohio Cir Una Muy Stovens, iMubel C. X". O'XUtar, and mi fur no denial uu, hvn Casey 4Junction, N. B., writes, "My wife ter, und Mary II. Williams. Llttio cuit Court, In favor of Kopltia Factory Representative for High Grade Pianos; Player made. Ut is'ulso stated by the sameau-tmii- t' has, Un utJng Chamberlain's TabJots Mlvvs Corlnne 1'orter, AnnJo Maria. against J. L. CLsey. 1 or one of my ttepu wius suiu vrtjans. that 'Air. Vunsant promised the and find tlietn very effectual and dolnjc CUracy and Lucy WUUams. Master HOT ,tlea.wlll, on .Monday, the 10th day of liquor 'people'' lllat ho 'Coun,ty Unit her lots of good." If you have any trou. bert PonUir, Sep Turnky, WJlllajii and J June J12. betweentbe hours of 1 o'clock jZ ' r bill should' be ailowed to'' JW ble with your 6t'omac!h or bowels jive them IHnton Taylor lAath. Mesfm. Leonard, p. zn., and 2 o'clcfk.p. xn,, at tjn 'r"urt I ' Henry and Lutlitr UfteJi, U. J, and MAr IIout 4oor to Htftford', Ohio county, Ibt klfcVur. la nturn or tbv UoodJe. I trUl. For sale by sJl dMltn. bi , None. al Time Loans on Collateral None. U. S. Bonds Other Stteks, Bonds Btc.None. Due from National Hanks.. Uanks Due from S,tatc None. and Hankers Duo from Trust Compan- None. les .. Na- United States nnd tlonal Bank Notes ,. .. None. 3,W7.96 Snecie Cheeks and other cash 32.J1 items Exchange for Clearing None. House Overdrafts (secured) .. ..None. Overdrafts (unsieuri.d) .. MOW None. Tais Current Expensis Paid.. Banking Ileal lUtte House Otlier Heal Bstate .... None 722.0rt-,K- J V--- tl"t'-J i I '' Hart Schaffner &Marx clothes; you get certainty of quality in fabrics, tainty of correct style, cercer- i.r.J l.'l i i Z,:0" tainty honest tailoring, certainty fit. If you don't get them all here, we'll give you back ssssssssw-tssssssss- your 2,31S.i'l-20,r,;7.;- This is the only place and the only way to get certainty in clothes. lt ' Suits $18 and $7.50 to Up 1 Barnes' Special Suits l,l.lt$ E. P. BARNES e , Je-st: . BRO ir b.r.-.l- e BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. legls-la.tio- lals. lion-ori- I 2 t- 2 ta-l- l ry r r s ! demon-fctraU- I IS flillft 1 btt s. Piano at it We repair Pianos and Organs. your Piano trucks Piano at our If e d, HARTFORD MUSIC COMPANY .1! l)r M. A. Feimgrhit, Nig I 9 iHA1XFURD KENTUCKY. jTe - u Warm Weather SUGGESTIONS! Now thnt in all probability the cold, rainy weather is over Is Sirs. Ummn Fehnmttor, of llockpnrt, Hartford Cnmp 2d2, W. O. V, liml n visiting her daughtcr-itn'oMrs. Km pleilsnnt meeting lost .Saturday nlht. ory Schroeteir. While tlio nttendnneo was not as lnri,. t tlm mn1ic.r present hn llnckct's Capo Ctiro kills the worms as tiniuil, as well as tlio Germs. J 'or Mile byOlilo nn ittjoynlilo time, and ended tlio session with a ibiinunn supixr. County Drill? Co. 1 hero day from Dawson Siirlnxs, Ky., where sho had bun under tnatmont in Dr. with relatives. IViltcron sanitarium fur omc time. Sirs. 7 Way no Urlffln and children Her frkmU wll he phased to know sho StiAurriny morning for theJr future left has greatly Improved In huittli. , Ky home Mont, C. II. Shown, of route .", nnd would enjoy a dish of pure, rich Caiit. Jatnn SI. iKwcise, of Owens'ioro, Ico Cream wade from wholo Cream, Uy officers In charge of th- - local mllttaly oino county unua co. company, rcturnitl Kund,iy from Trank-for- t, Don't forget to visit Uie Ohio County win re they had been ntti nrilng the Drug Co.'s storo nnd ask nbout "llrlght-en-u- p officers' fc.tiool of the National Guard Week.'1 It will pay ou. of Kentucky. Corno Horfo and Slule I'ttd guaranteed bo absolutely pure. J'rto from rotten 1'itf Hartford, Ky. grain, dirt, screenings or nny worthlws material. Cheaper dlinn oats or corn, ni.KCTUlC AIASSAGH nt Taylor's IJar nnd good substitute tor liny whn fed bcr .Shop. Somi'tlung now for the hue plentifully. Sold by and scsLlp. Try It and be pleated. 4JH V. H. llLMS, Produce Sferclmnt, I2tl Hartford. Ky. lor IUtt JilaMjn Krult Jnrs call on S. U KINO, lltf Among the locnl Democrats w,ho at- Hartford, Ky. tondtd the State Cinventlon of that wore on, party at Louisville "this week Mrs. i:. K. UlrklKai nnd little Kenneth, are tho KU(ts of thj tormor's Slessrs. Hooker Williams, SI. T. Mkcn", It. T. Collins. J. C. Her. sUtir, Mrs. C. K. JUw.rs, of Klkton, K. I.. A. C. Vliscr, Ozna Shultz, It. H. Liu Ky., tills week. Slmimrm.tn, Col. T. J. Smith, 1'rd Itev. C. F. yimberly. of IadLvn llle, Cooper, I. SI. Utnnttt, Otho DcxtT who ttoivdik. Uil the Methodist revival and J. S. Glenn. In this tlty last winter, ircuhid at lumn,s last week vvc were In tliee tho cmrt lifliiHP last Trlday n.venlnB. authoriMwl to state that tho Grand blasAnions our qai'lcri Monday wxret Messrs ter of the Slnsonlc Lodges of Kentucky, V. A. CUrk, route 2, Narrows; WJlbcrl Hon. Dave Jackson, of Louisville, would Hull, blaton; J. N. lueh and Irof.j II. meet with the Hartford Lk1i;o on June 3 T. lixsioli, of route 3, Iicavcr Jw.ni. Since th.it time, however. Sir. 1'.. P. Moon., W. SI., has a letter ADLKK-I-KUie new German Remedy for an ndlcltls, or uny utoma.h from Mr. Jnckon, saving It was for him to be here at that time. trouble, on sale at ArrmiRi incuts will probably lie made to OHIO COUNTV DRUG CO. ru.clve the Grand Slastcr at a later We will pay cosdi for Glnnc, Yello-dito Hoot nnd Muniple tiuidt be will drU-The r mains of Airs. Dully Park who rfnd Ginseng not split or strunK. died nt lur residence in LhPi o!,ty Kte v.ii. mooici: & fcox. Moinbiy afternoon, were Interred in itlie Vhlppoorwlll SIolK l'.as nnd TennesCooKsev burying grounili, near i'rlcilc on laud, Ky., Tuesday afternoon.aftcr funer see Gtrnian Millet bent qualities market for sale by V. 11 Kill", the pro al scrvlcis conducted by ltev. Harper, 41 1 dtiic man. jlf Ihaver l.un. SIr. l'ark had been In ,ix Koulsvllle, who 1ml health for several jears, and I'ev. Janux 1,ih of has btxn iiillwl to prench for the Jlvn-t- lt 79 J cats old, and for about sKty veil's SlcthodUt had been n member of tho C'liuroli In IIirtfoil, dfllerol a at that ihuroli Vilne-l?nliii?. ehui oh. Those surv Ivlng her ore one elaiigh ter, Sin. Lee Slason, of (Jentertown; Mr. i:. St. ltlioiid", of Hnxiklvn. N. thiee wins, James Psuk, Ilniitford; Dr. V., nnd Mr. I'. A. lthoodes were the sue." A. I. Park, llockport; and loseph l'arp, of Sir. John Gknn nnd family a fnv I'rled.i'nnd; two brotheri. It. T. 11 r d.ijs Inst week, leaving Saturday for city, and T. SI. Ikr, Centcrtovvii. Her thilr honus. about husband, Mr. Jesse l'ark, died years ago. Stcxiv. W. J. SLison oji,1 S. 1.. l'ulkrr-So- Uilrtj-flv- e of Itockpoit, and lUcriiLtlii Offl-eo- r Wllllamviii, pf liea,ver IVim, wvro FA1RVIEW itilhrH MX The JJejmblkan ofSIny 27. Sunday scliool is progressing fice, Watuiday. nicely at this place. Jtev. T. J. Acton filled his regular ap Mr. nnd Slr. Jiuih.s T. DuvIh r.nd Hon, KIiiKire Ulumunil, Mrs. i:allne DavU,of palntment at this p'ace Sunday. Siuinv (Uile, and Sirs. C. C. Baize, cf Sir. JaRper Peters and wife, visited a Sir. ond Sirs. It. U. Wilson Saturday. SUni, paid The KepuUlIuin Tnlor Sir. II C. Wilson and wife visited Sir. pleasant tjll. Tuesday. Wilson's sister, Sirs. Ola Wcednwn, Sat itJie comMr. C. SI. Harnett urday night. mencement exercises at Vandorbllt Tndn son Sir. and Sirs. IJge Hoover nnd Ing Sicliool at ,Klkton. Ky., this Wieek. Clarence visited Sir. and Sirs. J. H. Wll where hLs son. Sir. Allison Harnett (was son Sunday. rraduatcd from this isolvool. Miss Florence and Stella Nabors visited the Lorena nnd Kva WUte Sunday'. Sir. C. C Klnc, uharmacLftt in of drug store of Mr. It. SI. Coffman. White roturned home Sunday a Sacramento, Ky., .was visiting In II irt- - ter a week's visit with her uncle and of ford jcHterday, and will visit relatives aunt, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. V. Christian, near Canc'ltiui. at Dundee before returning Saturday. Sir. Tom Wilson and little daughter Miss Allle lttllej Alien, of Havvevllle. parents. Sit Ky., who has been the gun i Juilip. Stella, visited Sir. Wilson's and Sirs. J. It. Wilson Saturday night. and Sire. J. II. Wilson for several das, has gone to Jllplcy, Tunn , whore lie will SUNNYDALE. visit her brother. Sir. S. II. Allin. Slay 28 SlUs Ethel Clark, of Owens, all nnil S. 1,. K"I.N(lj Dr. Klvli Carson, mf Cotlilti, rives! night for n visit Wtnuiy K., ar- Miv. I:. M. Woodward rotiirnod Satur- t' 'V XXA Listen! ' Ifyou-vantto'sec Shoes, Shirtwaists and "P- - and that real weather is on us, a change of wenrinjr apparel is necessary. The point is this: We are headquarters for the very things you are going to need. mid-summ- er at If jou jmleome to our store NOW 'ftti "W,vS mm'br . vV Sllddle-shoro- They Are Ico Cream lono.it jirltus. i'reezrs slos to J VJ WfeJr- - For Sale 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. ,i. ' V'. rU. Ul McCall Patterns Always in stock and courteous, bk Mcail Petltrni No. 4C85-W- aitt rN Price, 15 painstaking salesladies to help you in making your selections. HITS. 33.13. UOIllDS 3IHUU No. 4653 and each DRESS Skirt LADIES U in our Millinery Department to fit you out in new headgear. d not wait until Summer Is half over to 'buy all the new clothes you need for warm weather. You buy Summer apparel for'comfort as well as for looks. Be comfortable early as well as late In the season. When you come to our store, you can keep cool and know you won't have to tire yourself out seeking your wants In other stores. We keep everything you Do -- it- will need. Considering .ill these advantages, don't you think it would be wite to trade with us? Bear this in mind and remember that It Pays to Trade With a House Saves You Money. That Bring the children along. We can clothe them from top to toe and make'them look as fresh as Summer roses. Our prices won't frighten you. 1 l, mlI-m- CARSON Si CO, INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. n, THE first principle of this store to sell you things that are plr-asn- rSVWfrfVSrSSVVrSGS AUTOMOBILE Splendid TRANSFER right at the price that's right and your money back if you want it. We are going to be in business here, we hope, for a long, long time. Enemies are too expensive a luxury for us. Your good word is our best advertising. Let us fill your market basket. Get acquainted with this store's methods-lea- rn that we do what we say make good what we promise. We want you to know our service. " From Hartford to Beaver Dam and Return attt-ndc- car meets all trains. Telephone or call at our stable when you want to leave. rDOPER &ssiS000iS006reraiS00sra&ivS( K.y. OLATON. 27. tSlrs. Dan- S6 CO. Grocery Iler'sMEAT MARKET AND HARTFORD, Hartford Republican, KJIIDAY, MAY SI.. Disaster. boro. Is visiting hex sdstcr, Sirs. Hontu'e Titanic Convpkte, Authentic, Blggect book, Host Luckct and othar relatives near Iwro Terms. Sample book 10c. AJdns, Na- tills week. ) lakeSir. J. T. Lowe and fnrnitv, of this tional Publisher (Established 4It3- plnie, visited relatives In Ueavcr Dam side Uulldlng, Chicago. last Sunday nnd Slonday. Now is tho time to buy a good CultiSltss ltlica Daftron, of Hartford, visit you uie Kolng to buy one. vator If ed her parents, Sir, nnd 'Mis. John Daf- Oil und sec my toik, anwny. fron, neur hero fiom Saturday until Mon lltf t. 1,. KINO. day. Huitfoiid, K. mother. Sirs. Hen Davis visiter! her Before you buy Taint this spring g"t Sirs, llaize at SLc.lie.niy tho first of the "our below" wholesale prices on alnt. wtjek. Wo are not going to handle wUnt ufter SIlss Slary Ile.m, of Hartfoid, attended this season. Sunday School at Slarvdn Clvajiel hwt OHIO COUNTV: DHUG CO. ' Sunday. AGENTS-Steams- hlp - KENTUCKY. Mr. W. W. Ilurtcl, of Louisville, wh vUJtlng friends In Hint foul tills week. Plenty of Seed Potatoes at Air. U. S. Car-Bon- '. Hit Advertise iK your want In J. II. ItobtjU, of Kordsvllle, tpunu. The lltpublU autul business In tliU city, Wtylnosday. tor Whllo it last. "Hod Itock" 25c cash at U. 8. Canton. SQo Coffee 41tf. lira, Maggie Griffin, uf OwenfcUoro.wa veiling friends here this wwk. i Mrs. Hottle .Howard U visiting relutlvc Chapman of Oentertown, was ami friend In Muluenberg county this Mr In thla city on bulnei yesterday. week. ' Dr. J. It. PIrtle was in Loutsv Hie tliU JaW X)r. Wllland Lake, of Simmon wek uUenfllruT Uie t&afLQ Dental Asso a (pfonit oaU, fTueariay. thU office ' Mr. and Mr. Will J. Bean have rent- - ciation., Mulberry Quartenty count ,ws la ausJon her. '', ed the JacHewy projfrty wRhT Coiwty'f JlldW Wcdillm;) trect, ami will 'o 4 bovwekeoiJn in thlaweek, WU"'.Jii.JjW!4vi.i i , Corno Cldikwi and Hen l'ed tho most EAST VIEW. econointcal feed for your poultry. Moie busy Slay 2S. The fanners are very eggs. Less cost. Sold by, piupailng giound for ern and tobauco. W. U. KI.I.1S, Produce Merchant, Sir. U. J. l'mieJi Jiiade n business trip I2tl Hartford, Ky. to Owcivsbmo Tuesday. The Mclleiuy Cuuvp of tho VOivnK'ii Mrs. Slary Collins, of Taj lor Sllnes. s of Uie Woild will Juild'tlieir memorial BpciiiUng a few elas .with Sir. S. li- services at Mcllenry Sunday afternoon rriiicli. j at 2 o'clock unJ Jtavo invited the nulil-bci- s Sir. Luther Collins, of .Tayjlor Sllnevs. of Hartford Camp 2C to attend spent fiom Kituiday until SlontViy with not heien extr.ulel at last repoits. Uie services. Mr. H. It. l'lvivch. Sir. Jesse Cummlngs was In Hartford Miss Coiu Jackson, of Westerfleld, was Slonday. Sir. It. li. SLurtln hits u'eJvel nutl'o , fnmi the committed on antuigeMiients for In this vUJnlty Sunday evening. Hro. Slorton, of Barretts lVrry, Ky., Sirs, Kftle Martin, of Hickory ItUU". dullvered lnlercsttl sermons at Olaton the Keipublloati National Convention nt IK'iit SutuUy and Monday in tills vlelnl-ty- . Baptist ehurrh Saturday and Sumlay. Chicago, Jurut IS, tluit ho Jws been appointed assistant se.rg(uit at arms in Sirs. WJlloughby and children, of Whltea. Mrs. Hen Wlgglngton md son Wane, ville, spent several days licie us tho the convention, of Uuford, Hinnt Sunday with Sir. uivl guest of Mrs. WUlougltby's sUter, Sim. Wo aio iglud to cull tho attention of ou Sirs. W. T, 1'ieiuJi. jeuin m. ovonc. Republican to tho finanreaders of The Northern Horn to Uie wife of Mar-dia-l Sir. Key, Mr. Wlb Canun, and two m'n cial .statements of the Cromwell Dgtosit i the 27 Inst u girl. from Owenxboro, were Iter Ust wct.i., Center-towHunk and tlio Farmers' Hank, of I uTually caused by rheu flsldng.. Lama "back whkili appear olscmherc in itlLs children Mrs. Chester Sorrels and pub- - matism of the muscles of the bock, for Thee tu,U'jnen,ts, like itlutse lUhed in these Columns losjt rok, fthow which yof will. find nothing better than have returned home to Ifcviver Dam, of- aKOod'aounei cohdlUan, and evidtnee ChAJBberlaln'e Unlmcut. For aule by al ter. a cvna days' visit to iM. Sor ' . rel'a tarcnt JI ar. un,d lira. WUllam dealer. , ' Hiieifdla i BeaiBt, Beve-w.nee-dle- ', John Olaton, Ky May iel and children, of Hartford, aro the guest of relatives here tills week. uhlldnn, Mrs. .Ernest Wilson, and Clara and (Martin, of IleniUr, Ky., spent Sunday the guest of MrB. Wilson's another, 3A.ru. Jane 1'ayton. engineer for thu Sir. Arthur MIUiht-11- , Olaton JtolleT Mills, wiw glveji a surprise birthday dtnnen- the 21th, in honur UIrUnViy u.nnlversary. of Ids twennty-fift- h A number of friends and re.latlves wore a present, and the dinner was imlto I nice affair. TJie only regret was that Nev Items arc ncarco thht week as could not eorao Sir. SlltchcU's blrtliday a rewult of the farm poaplo taking offner tli u n once a year. of thu ve.irm elay, and hut Miss Zelma Dovvell, of Hnrdlnsburg.Ky mo turn on our fltnefts. wucks who lues lieon wiendlng as tlio guert of his flstcr, Sirs. iW. U l)uke, near Krletluland, met u painful UiitLldent Sn.turd.ty afternoon by stepping QUEEN OF ACTRESSES on a which pleruoel liw fool.iuid A. PRAISES whle'tli.ja.t last reports,phele Ians hud fail ed to extract. Vis. l!ers and Felix both attemjitod to remove the ntedk-.tli' '" f';'Wmmmmmmmmmmmmm9 last attempt being iniulo hy Dr. MMMMMMMMMMmW'-: ':mMMMMMMMMMMMMT some tauso It hal mmmmmmmmmmW 'mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmJ of Oluton, but for reli-UveK-RU-N- Keith, of Toute 1. Sir. Thomas F. Johnston, Cedar Grove. Mr J. J. Christian, Cane Hun, ond Mr. Hardin Porter, of Yeiaman, were hare , , Saturday. , ; Wllhcrt Hall was In Hoslno Sunday visiting friends. Huby, tlio little daughter of Mr, aiid Mrs. Charlie Stevens, who has bcenqulto 111 Uie past suveral days, was reportot an being soiuonliat ,lmprovixl when heart) from Unlay. Sir. and Mrs. Kthel Daniel spent Suns. day at Yeanuui, or the guetst of 1 lll, ' mWmmmW mWWWWW S . ... . t,g mm t iSS'mmmmW " Avflppjipppasiiiiviiv mtmg tm wrrtmt 1.. n, e. m ika ImmMs dlgtittm atrengtaeaa tk awTM. The wrr Matww irtfalM mMMo. If tM aigatuea u ib1m, m mt,n a4. affTOM . ' 4MMtyla Uf MmIL' mtutit fMffMf WMl'ftlMI. mtmt mHMfr. "Jttlm MmtllW. 0 Abjt Ttmt&y Mr tuw 'aau, V X. mmmtmm H 1 l i 4 t his room and the cabin. the saloon, madam." HAJITFOIID, KY. Without profit, however. Lacking "But no, monsieur; I can belter afWill practice bJs profession In Uilo more substantial proof than Danny's ford to lose n little sleep than have and ftdJtrinJng counties. Commercial suspicions, ho could arrive at no defi- you forfeit your rest. Besides, I have and Criminal PracHcu a Specialty. " nite conclusion. i i Cecllc The night passed without incident; There ensued an argument without the second day dawned the counter- termination; he remained obdurate, a part of Its predecessor, and wore she Insistent. Only the appearance of away quietly enough. Quick on tho stroke of four bells It fell to O'Rourke to stand the first forced" them to shelve the subject. Law LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE from four to six in the It was resumed at tho dinner table HARTFORD, KY. evening. Shortly after he ascended and carried out In a light manner of runl C. I W. II. IJ;trn Mefstns. the bridge, It was his happiness to be banter for a time, dropped and Lolhr nisstratiaaa by DUwnrth Toast joined by Mrs. Prynne, who Improved Smith annonmex' that tlieiy lutvo ifonn- apparently by all but O'Rourke. tbe moment to express her gratificajitoc a irtnirKli,''j fev tilio eoiii-m-l tion with the propitious tide in her afI tice ot law, excenrt crliuliial nnd dlvor l'l"l'l nitHi..iii.,.,.,Mt There never wn a time wJiem people Hartford. fairs. Tbe King's courier was pleased Copyright lKt, byLonla Joseph Vasoe oaaoe, Mr. Bmltli bolng County Attxxr-D.to declare herself very well pleased appreciated the mil merits of CJuimlior-Iain'- s comrn, Is' ikruvenitjoxl from practicing eucb Cough nemedy more than now. CHAPTER XXIII. Indeed, though she admitted, under j B- - S. Chnmberlain, Wo report one of Hartford, Tuesday census. Mr. Bonus will lmllviducvlly pressure, that she considered This Is shown by the Increase. In ahy jocular ilondiiy March, Tuesday nutiresses, on,e, 2rdAlonUuy lnIn Ju d bik-)-i TueBj,v Bftcr practloa j Oftkxs in The day came out of the East with she was roughing It. Captain Qtilck's and voluntary testimonials (rum personfl Tcntecostnl Bless-- 3rd Monday ln September, Tuesday aftr aocuitt a windy swagger; as Quick bad fore- quarters were by no means palatial, who liavo been cured by It. If you or Hartford Itopubllcaa ImUding, Hart3rd Monday In December. i incs." from .1J- - ,Scot' told, a aeries of thunderstorms swept and the bill of fare, while substantial- your after text: "The grace 5 3rd Monday In 4"well. Wcdnrdny after ford, Ky. children are troubled with a cough March, Wednesday the sea before dawn, so that it, like ly composed, lacked something of vaMonday In Jun. Wednesday after bring-'God which or cold give It a trial and become acquaint ln September, Wednesday ftae sky, seemed newly washed, clean riety; but that was all a part of the eth cnlvntlnn hnih after Hon.lar' 3rd Monday In December. great and fascinating game she played cd with its good qualities. For sale by 'ill pud brilliant appeared for all John H. Miles, HocJtport, Friday after m O'Rourke relieved Quick at four YANCYL.MOSLEY, the game of secret service to His dealers. March, Friaay after .omIa' men." uiiusu, 11 ) W.a Monday In June, Friday Ibells of the morning watch and kept Majesty, Edward VII. PASTOR. gUSSEtDl fter .Monday In September, Friday after 3rd in part: lie said 3rd ' (the deck for the remainder of the day, Not that alone, but she was comA Mhln Btiirlonts Monday In December. ibis meals being brought to him on forted by tbe assurance that- - her voy- .Jn.ckon, I Ccnttrtown, Saturday T. FOR FLETCHER'S we find it more and more necessary to iier aionuay in March. Saturday r HARTFORD, - KT. (the bridge. His duties were simple age would soon be over, her mission study the Scriptures discriminatingly. 7 ir,dMond,nyJn Jl,,,e' Saturday after enough, requiring nttie more than a discharged, her responsibility a thing September, Saturday afpractice his profession In all tha Will Hitherto God's people have unwitting- - ter M?nd,a' ,' In December. Monday SI display of the habit of authority of the past. She would be glad to see Courta of Ohio and adjoining counties, n tlntntlA(1 flrttT'tl tit ft fTfA tt Cltt Xtfvun. Jifiuruw. iiisajism an sbonr-den- . and In the Court of Appeals. Also No Bombay. (Which sat so well on his broad The Handy Home Boy. and mlnlintecd the efficacy of Christ's .gg ft WrnertSyByft.ra Iter Ury Public, Office over First National "One never knows, you know, ColoIt was no great trick to keep 3rd aopniuiK t.uu Bank. . rtul'UJiini' ?iviiiiic the crew In order: they went about nel O'Rourke," she said with a little John was usually kept busy for several nil the blessings nrcvjfor tbo Church . " ithelr work peaceably enough and gesture expressive of her allowance hours on Saturday, nml frtitienlly tlu Oloton. they are ij.onjaa bonders, M,.n.i,.v i Wodnerday tho kwond carrot or' storeroom ilumaiuleit jMirt of hi" nnd none foj tbe world that sowed no signs of desiring to renew tor the unforefiyn. for tbe present Age. and that with M.i&SKrtg .afV.ViSdMSSS,:.S: Ithelr disputations. Otherwise he had O'Rourke divined she had something time, ills time was occupied: consummation nil hope will expire, ami i Weilneaduy after i'nd Monday in Novem-th(to keep a eye upon the helmsman on her mind which she hesitated to Carrying up and down stairs the screen the world, tbe nonclcct, will suf-and see that he held the Ranee to the voice, though they were practically for all the windows and tlnon. fer to all eternity, without ever having rciV'rTiS5; SRg prescribed by Quick; and that alone; the man at the wheel was a course Carrying the ra bags ilonn tasted of the grace of God lu Chris- t- ind Monday in May, ThurnUoy kfter Ohio County (was nothing difficult to a man of av- nonentity bronze statue in a faded y sale to the ragmen many without oven coming to a knowl- g,d Monday ! Nov"mltVW"lay "er erage Intelligence. Naught but deep ihlrt, ragged turban and soiled .cum- for the HART ORD . Y. ' J. L. edge of that provision for sinners. l'atton, Halph, Friday after 2nd on their calls. iwater lay between them and Bombay, merbund. All Matters Given Prompt Atten21! ll? MartVldaaAt'r Moving the heavy trunks and furiilturi , o long as a direct course was shaped "Then 'tis yourself will be glad, I Two SalvationTwo P.nt.eo.t.. tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS ant maintained. father, to be rid of us, madam?" so that the wonx.ii could swom or scrub art" 2" A more careful study of tbo Bible is Sy ,'" n SPECIALTY. Am the sunlit watokes wore ou and to God's people all over the under them. She smiled, deprecatory. "What AnTFORD POLICE COUltT. place, would you?" she asked in French, took nothing untoward Carrying the rummer furniture douti world the fact that lie has for man-- ' M. frowo, Jude; John ll. grim apprehensions dissi- with a significant glance up into when hot weather approached or putting klud two distinct salvations, one for ; D'Rourke'8 Wilson. S. V. MeKENNUT pated Into shadows. He began to be- O'Rourke's eyes. for tho world. 'curt lonvei.'ei Vexond MoV",8; , "".'.": OTTOC. MAIIT1.1 It Into the storeroom whin the need f jr the Church, the other ,ucii lieve with Quick that the affair of the nnd each of these salvations Is intro month. precisely pleasant to be It was over. "It's not winged knife was merely a hapchance duced by a Pentecostnl blessing. That constantly apprehensive," the woman Scrubbing the floor, cleaning the paint the Church is merely n "tirstfrults uiw. Meiuu. of buuiliiijuSSt itoi accident, quite unpremeditated. continued in the same tongue, "even Below decks, Dravos and Danny when one has a Colonel O'Rourke to and washing the windows. ajoi,. k- unto God of Ills creatures' ' Is distinct-- , ," ,'i ' .J'' ,'; , ,'-- J' ",;.' with look to for protection." were standing finishing the walls ami floors of tie' ly stated by St. James (1. IS), nnd this School TruMies-- c. M.lJariicttClu.lr J- Ky. W Taylor. Secretary, w. clockwork regularity, where the forimplies most positively that there will S' "Ah, madame!" expostulated the attic. and H. K. foul?' mer's beloved engines were justifying wanderer. "But what makes ye so Scrubbing down the shelves of the pre- be after-fruithis confidence and pride in them and positive I'd not turn tall and run away serve cJosets. HELiaious SEltviCES. Koto tho Anostlo's statement respect- . E. Church ces clicking 'off their twenty knots with- from any real danger?" monrlng ing tbe efficacy of Christ's sacrifice. .Mending such pieces of furniture ns ha I Sun- out a bitch. SJo'nVSSnS. lurch nnd for the world 32? l..l. , .! She gave htm a look that brimmed Life, Accident, SicK t n. I'rnycr meeting every Wudne's-,nn- d Now Danny happened to have "off" with mirth. "A man who is a cow- found ahome In the garret for want be says, "He is a propitiation for our a few tacks) or a bit of glue. Fire. the first afternoon watch. O'Rourke ard," she said slowly, "doesn't stand not for ours only. sins (the Church) from the bridge saw him come up the still and draw a revolver when a Heating the rugs and briadths of carpets but also for the sins of the whole J"p"''K and evening. Sunday Si' ooi engine-roocompanion ladder, dive heavy knife is thrown at his head." t"d"y eVeiUiu?" ,,,Ml,nK ctry Wed- - WILL ALSO BOND YOU. world" (I John II. 2). that were not In use. Into the measroom for his dinner, and Christian Church-Servi- ces This does not signify that all will "Quick told ye, madam?" every fourth Sometimes his work would be In tli' " n; '" "";' ' P.' m. Sunday later emerge, picking his teeth and gain everlasting life on the same plane "No, I saw heard the quarrelling gardui. In grubbing the iMithn, rvnioilng a' WrlBhi grinning until his on the forward deck and got to the of glory. The change of nature from J'- - Church-Servi- ces master could have kicked him, had companlonway in time to see what weeds from the walks and keeping the human to divine is a part of the su- - I first Sunday in ""d 7 nuch a course been politic before the happened. Had you not been bo in- borders of the walks In order. ,n' ' perior blessing provided by the Lord j SundayTcool nd CURE LUNC8 crew, or even consistent with the dig- tent on your search for the knife, you Uepalrlng the tenuis .when u few nail." for those who now walk by fafth In stcnLT societies. nity of his office. would have seen me. As it was, I were required. tbe foouteps of tho Iledeemcr. The i "A word to say to ye, sor, if I may slipped below again without attracting Moving the ash barrels outl n mtle for blessings to the world will not Include i Hr,'1r1 No. 675, F. ft a. M.. w make so bold." a change of nature, but a restoration eTchrontt.,.UnowenMrHunu'rtinnlM,,t the weekly removal. attention." O'Rourke glanced at the helmsman, Uemovlng the lwpers and other rubbish of the willing nnd obedient to human P. Foreman Secretary. "But why?' and having long since made up his perfection, such as Adam enjoyed be- - meeV. eveV ihYS' SlXy "To get my revolver, monsieur le from the yard. & competent, xalnd that the man was each month. John T. Moore Hlcli Priest colonel." Sprinkling with the gardm hose the fore be sinned. left him In possession of the bridge !n,J'j Secretary. re- V. Mnnr nf ns hA not noticed until ,. "Twas naught but an accident" garden bods and gross plats. iiuruora cnapter No Ei o. Sot a space, and joined Danny below. 0, . . runtlp thnf twn PontornRtnl tlrsslne-- meet h i .. n.wi -...-"You do not believe that yourself, 'j u u" rr ""erson,wo"uay even- - ANB All. THROW AND LUNGTMUILES. "What is It?" Keeping the hooks In the posts ready are mentioned by tbe Prophet. Our i w. M. Mas colonel dear; for my part, I " iiV.i. Miller Secretary. Danny lowered his voice to a hoarse for the clothes lines. overlooking this was doubtless because "Well?" "iVer. LolKe No- - 110' Kn'Khts of OUARANTXXD 8ATIB VAOTOSlf "whisper. "Kape yer eye on thot black Driving the nail, screw, bo3t or it was not due time for this feature PvtM "Someone tried my door last night, it mVei"eve.ry J' Tuwday nlifht. NVy ' " to be clearly understood. Now, as the It'll ft S, bar. loa.K. OK HONEY KEFUNDZD. after you'd retired." Hartford Tent No. M, K. O. T. M.. "Ye are sure?" doubted O'Rourke, Itrmovlng the loe and snow from the time nears for the fulfilment of the n? ,,"rd Thursdaj? second Pentecostal blessing, the force ?t?ritJl-,,.,,omidisturbed. garden paths. Commander; U P. BOOKKEEPING "Quite. I was awake thinking; I Keeping the drain plix--s op-- and In and meaning of the Scripture shines Ipreman. Itecord Keeper. Batlstts,PlMMgrashy heard you come below and close your out Before making known tike riches hunthlne Hive No. , 1 O T M good condition. TYPEWRITING and door at eight bells; long after there of His grace to the world God has been TELEGRAPHY were footsteps someone walking In Seeing that the wood pile was kept In pleased to foreordain tbe election of WILBUR niSMESHNIiilHLyiE with Jesus his bare feet In the saloon. Then order and removed to the cellar when It tbe Churcb, to be Joint-heir- s aaaal HauMsv US. f'o mcrrcs'tlto Its PrnMrnt bu in tbe glorious work ot blessing earth's tbe knob was turned, very gently. should be ki'pt there. nd banking kntinMs, alio Tirs rmiXerear'yl,iNobf,Grand lifcMWTXMCK r4roftljrlnc Ktof tlc I8.UO V Fortunately, the door was bolted; Seeing that all the garden tools were teeming millions. m. Munm,LmSkSti,m,. someone put a shoulder to it, but it keep In a dry place and not nlluwerl to Notice tbe text: "It shall come to Oh'o Trlba No. lw. Imp. Ordtr Had pass. Faith tbe Lord, at the end of those held fast. I caught up my revolver rust for want of a little care. vfeiit,.n month. Kills Fos- days, that I will pour out My Splrlf ltecor&l,'eln- - "fh Indeed and I am very reckless with it, ialc- - u" upon all flesh, and in those days sir! and opened the door myself. The Hartford Camp, W. O. W. No 20 I will pour out My Spirit upon My saloon was quite empty." servants and upon My handmaidens" Sr T2,ZCh..mr,i- - ConM" Comma... "Ye shouldn't have risked that" FOR FLETCHER'S WlJlJmns; Clerk. W. C. (Joel II. 28; Acts II. 17.) St. reter. ln wil'llaci? "I had to know, with so much at Preston Morton Post No. 4. O. A It quoting the prophecy, properly applied stake," she said simply. Saturday before HrWn O'Rourke endeavored 'to manufact. Now Is Uie time to get rid of your only the portion which was due in bis fo?d Mm.Mood"y '" each month. Commander; J. M. Koera, ture a plausible and reassuring explan- rheumatism. You can do It by (.pplying day, namely, that portion applicable to the servants and handmaidens of, Wori'V-ii'V.'ation to the fact. "Quick, Danny, or Succeed when everything else fails. ,Gro.vo' Woclmen of U.c Chamberlain's IJutment and maxvaging tbe Lord. Dravos, mistaking their rooms " liutte evei-- Mi'onel nml Tbe two features of the In nervous prostration and female the parts frucly at each application. For prophecy aro distinctly marked one "It was none of them. Captain weaknesses they are the supreme t.'ri"uiJin:Mcui!' UluuuUu,: AU"' m Quick was on deck; libeard his voice sale by all dealers. blessing to be upon God's servants and remedy, as thousands have testified. simultaneously, almost handmaidens only, the other to be upon surely I A. S. f X. all flesh. The one was to be "in those r Look on the He Continued to Watch the Serang. couldn't mistake that." She laughed. First Page. National Officers: days," the other. "otr those days." "Nor would your man or Mr. Dravos k is the best medicine ever wU You will find a yellow slip. It has Idivvle up there, sor, for the love of have been so stealthy, so instant to over a druggist's counter. Jubilee Day Jubilee Year. Sprinted on it your name, and a date iHiven, and don't look surprised at escape. ' Kump' ,B" Tho Day of Pentecost was the grand d.an.rpeoSsfjTnrr8Ur6r-"But but " after it. The data allows the time Jubilee Day, in which God's blessing State Officers: utythlng " "My theory, if you will have it, is when your subscription explies. If the was attained, ' 51 ?roniu". Carroll county, Pres. O'Rourke moved a few paces aft, marking the forgiveness arre,t' Henderson county Vice (along the rail, to a point whence bo that mine enemy of the Panjnab is date Is prior to Fcbruury, liilS, your of sin nnd the acceptance by the Heav- P Id . S. U. JtoberUon, McLean county, Sees.- (could see the head and shoulders of one of the crew of tbe Ranee, mon- subscription to tho paper has expired. enly Father. It was the COth day (7x7 (the helmsman. "Well?" sieur." O. p. If you find such is tho case, please give plus 1). Every Jewish Sabbath pointed Organizer.Itoeraer, Warren county, State occurs turn success i "Tis nawthln" I cud swear to, sor, Mrs. Prynne made this statement as the' matter your very prompt attention. to this Jubilee Day us the culmination C. C. Allen, Henry county, Lat-- J .and I fbut 'tis meself thot's mortal leary av quietly as though she were comment.. SPECIAL OFFER: of the Sabbath day system. The word fin sSvuamu miKu tuumy, Assistant stuie ...!., ll .... M ing on the weather. But her belief Either como to THE REPUBLICAN BnnlnM. (these naygurs rapsplcts to ye and riUJn U knlUoar panoaasDt AtrUlwUll "Sabbnth" signifies rest and this cul- oreanlzers. customer. Uoard of and pay a year In advance, or If mination of the Sabbath days in a fif- ren county: Directors. Ben Watnon, Warchimed so exactly with bis own that and" lUt-- l r PrlicceiicctteM C. M. Oarnett, Ohio coun-t"Come, come! Out with It, Danny." O'Rourke was ttrlcken witless and at you are not coming to town soon, send tieth signified the completeness of tbe A. H. Ilrooks, Bracken county; It. K. I. itay, Jlardln county, and J. '. Doss, "Sure, sor, 'tis the serang. Have a loss to frame a satisfactory refuta- us a check. We must have all our sub- rest. SDAHAMTkeB TS Pl&AnE. Muhlenberir county, jya chanced to notice him, sor?" tion. He was silent for some mo- scriptions paid up promptly In advance Ohio County Officers: Writ Mtathn thlt Ptmtr. But it will be remembered that In the K. U Stevens, Pres.. Beaver Patn.Ky. glanced down to the fore ments, his lips a thin hard line, a and If you are behind we know that Law given to Israel there was not only O'Rourke Henry Plrtle, Sec. Hartford, Ky. MMMAWWWWW Ideck, where the personage In question crinkle of anxiety between his brows. D. ord, Treas., Hurt ford. Ky. a seven-datcries of Sabbaths, but you simply overlooked tho matter. SEND lO CENTS was standing at ease. "What of him?" "If ye'd only permitted me to attend l to Mnr tmttf u pwkloi u nnlra UU vnlnnkU ulso a seven-yea- r series of Sabbaths. COUNTV BOARD OF EDUCATION. !he Inquired, running his eye over tbo to him" he growled at length. i "racrHL.'!? Each seventh year was a Sabbath year, "? t i - ..r.kiiTKrrrrjTaiTj:?- Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. i,, (fellow's superb proportions. "You are right," she admitted, "but leading up to a Jubilee (7x7 plus 1), L L. B. Tlchenor, HartforC, It F. D. "'Tls nawthln' I'd take me oath to, I am desolated the mischiefs the fiftieth. As tho day Sabbath No. E. FOR FLETCHER'S 2. K. C. Hartford, Reynolds Ky. cor, but I'm thlnktn' he's the man who done." reached a glorious culmination for the 3. M. 8. Patterson. Olaton, Ky. boarded the Panjnab t Suez, sor. "Faith, yes I" he sighed dejectedly. LF BEflaBEEEEEsfsEBkWaD' 4. 13. L. Alford. White Run. Ky. Churcb. so tbe year Sabbath will reach 6. Richard Plumer. Taylor illnes.Ky. And as for the naygur I run against His gaze roved tbe deck and fastened a glorious climax for the world. Tbe 5. J. L. Brown, Rockport, Ky. on the a'loon deck, yer honor, he's bis upon tho serang. "It might be any Flagged Tram With Shirt. fiftieth year was the Jubilee. In that noortal twin." one of tbem," he considered aloud. Tcaiing his bhirt from his back a:i year all debts were cancelled, and all "Ah," commented O'Rourke. "Thank "Any one. For Instance, though Ohio nin flagged a train and Kied it who had been Bold into slavery for you, Danny." the serang?" V .'-- . Ral- - debt went free. 'rosinoNS' from a wreck, but II. T. AlMon, He continued to watch the serang "Why d'ye suspect him more than This pictured tbe coming blessing- svf?z elgh, N. C, once prevented a wreck XJlNTIFUl: until the latter, as if influenced by the another?" be demanded, startled. the Day of Messiah, when lie shall ( "7eeswMA es Axlty of the Irishman's regard, turned "Call It feminine intuition, if you with Eletric nitters. "I was in a turrUil reign and when through tbe merit of w ho Bd stared directly Into O'Rourke'a like. Tbe man looks capable of any plight when I begun to use . Fur a SqypewfVfrii! Ills sacrifice all fin wlll.be forgiven fctomauh, head, hack and and all slavery to sin and death will be leyee. For a full mlnutethe gave hint thing." writes, "iny Hook for look, dak eyes steadfast and jSoARDi ftusfftess "Yes. But sure, there's no belling kidneys were all badly affecUd and my abolished. This is not u new thought luayleldtng above his fine aquiline at all." liver was In bad condition, but four botCenturies ago Bible students discerned TlMfretoUfts. ass, then, calmly turned his back, "No telling," she' concurred quietly. tles of Electric Iitttors made nw foil that tbe Jubilee of Israel's time was a alt. .contemplation of tbe "We can but wait, watch, hope that I J&mwAkJ Grem,Afc wHI convince feature of tbe Law foreshadowing like a :w man." A trial korlton. imagined the band at my doer." It wsajwltbltkls any blessiDffeworlt-wlde- i Aa lastaat later Qulek sum up to "There Bight be eostetslBg la you ot their match.la merit for cBowltOm tfctt onr besstiful hynh was stomach, liver or kidney trouble. Tritt pslieve O'Beurk aad. tight bells ttat" rittaa: "Blew X tto Truss, ilow.V I wea kalow to take (0 ctsts at all druggists. i iMltiUr.AfTOWjaA The Pool of Flame ravoB" "pince. tntomnv, unpiensnnt-l- y aginative woman." Impressed by the Incident, still for"At all events, I'll go ball 'twill not bore to mention It to either of the happen a second time." ship's owners; he retired to think It "How do you proposo to prevent over, and spent a long hour consum- it?" ing an Indifferent cigar and studying "Sure, tho simplest way In tho the cracks in the bulkhead between world. I myself will stand guard in THE GRACE OF GOD; TWO PENTECOSTS Directory County Ofelo un-vin1 y:ioirjrrJsiL: Otto C. Martin Attorney w dog-watc- n, Circuit Court-- T. F. Blrkhead, Judge; Ben V. ttlngo, Attorney; W. I'. Mhlklff, Jailer; E. a. Darren. Clerk; F. L. Felix, Master Coinmlsloncr; It. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund: T. II. Illack, SherKnown, iff, Hartford. l'cpuUew-- S. O. One For the Church, the Other lleavur Dam, CI. 1', Jiuup, Route f, Hurt e V. 1'. toirp, lUulm-- . ford, Court first Monday in l'druaty iuuI con mils tliriu wciekF, thud Alontkiy in rU, For the World, two weeks, third Monday In Octolier tWO VM'lvks. County Court. It. It. Wedding, Judge; TInslcy, Clerk, C. E. Smith, AtW. Court Pastor Russell In Chicago Took For torney, Hartford.month. convenes first Monday In each Quarterly Quarterly Court Renins on His Text, "Tho Grace of God Which the fourth Brinneth Salvation Hath Appeared August and Monday in February, May, November. .II 44 Tai All Mam court of Claims Convene! first Tues Tl... day J" Jttnuy and first Tuesday in Error Regarding ths October. recti a County Offlcerr-- C. S. Moxfiey. Fate of ths Non elect. 8ureyer. Fordsville, Ky., II. K. D. o. f, uernuru .Assessor, Hart- Chicago, Mny.ford. Ky., It. F. U. No. 2; Henry Leach, Dr. A. U. 2Ctll. Faster Ilus- - fcup'"r,nAMU,'n, IWty, Coroner, ."arlford; at Law A .j Barnes & Attorneys at Smith . r.Z.. -- -- I TJJ:?0. -y I af-ii- is 1 d Children Cry CASTORI A SB S '. Attorney at Law m-- J?. $$ '"uer( 1 wiclI-flUc- il ?, sr't& -- at J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public half-yearl- semi-annu- v',,, $', fV'Kt "ln ic.'l Martin & McKennev Hartford, watch-and-watc- I s. ' Kci, I J,"'!'', m. , '1 South-Servi- a General Insurance and ":! KILLtm COUCH the f I .... ttn-nm- :"'" Dr. King's New Discovery FORCSffii18 srfSfe. lue-Uc- Stiffl.,?'", e L Children Cry CASTORI A Ash-Adj- 0 Electric Bitters SEEDS' r.Lr A of-fi- y; ."I tayi y Children Cry sr:rc; sv .i.m,gMwrmw$!Li ,ipi1is-t;s.",".- C ASTORI A i cfl fptu. sYJ2T tlu-m,- jTifot'ifsfrwMn '&n bJ tur-iMs- stf 3cud'?&.Grtvvi3uJSsieJJ rm0Mar,ldm'' .2 to Ssw harrow who claim that for a a long rtnamer, flapping In tho ten-ye- ar iUr, for lf b V. A moro tlum twicnty-flv- a jnlnudvi, wlirn n lull lama nnd ho was nhto to mnko Jifm-soFarm Topics from Exchanges fast unco moro to tho moM. The crew of tho v,srls Li dIvLKI Into two wnMins, tho port watch, which Is tlio mate's wvitcli, nnd tho nUirboard wivtoli, the soeotul mate's watch. Tiny ;um,. nANOHit in Tin: K'liturky tnwnx which P'ly wlially or alternate In rellnvJng I'auJi otltor, nno mipplv waUh being on dock for four hours whllo lursi'ly on wells for tliolr wuld ilu wbwly to havo tlio water from tho oilier Is below. This ivintlnues for tho otvllro time tho ship Is nt tliurw wells unitized at Tho only time that tlio two watolins A jiuro water euijy U of Tlio Kind You Havo Always Bnnglit, nnd which lm fcccn in iiso for over 10 yearn, has borno tho Hlgnuttiro ot Irwiortiuicu t tlio health of a aro together, nnd tliat Is the recreation time of tho day, Is in tlio "Jog . wa,tch. and has been mndu under his pcroommunlty. sonal supervision ulnco Its Infancy. 3 y&WT'T until In UlnvtRuw recently Uio health otflcla'i from tour until fight bells ( CCCCAtM, Allow no ono to dccelvo you In this. I of clIit o'clock) of the evening watch. I an analysis ot tlio uattTi STust-iis-goorii AH Counterfeits, Imitations and nro but That Is tlio tlmo when the crowd Is iJI wolU mado ly tlio statu bictorlotogli't. Experiments trlflo with and endanger the health of together, sitting nbout tho fo'c'sle, a Jufmits and Children Experience against Experiment S')ino of thaiu wells woro regarded m.iny aro the yarns tlrat nro thn tho bent In town,'' hut nil of tlivm .showed tlio .prfirtico of liauterla .In .lariro spun by the "old heads," men who havo niimhiTH. Tho henllh officials aay that grown grey In the sen Ice. CliU'f among these, and the ono which Cnstoria Is harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare In tlio fux-- of tlio fiiwvs uliown hy fjorlc. Drops mid Soothing Syrups. is pleasant. nnaly.sls tln-- aro "not .surprised that tho oxcltcd the most wonder among the youn contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio vital statistics show more cows of ty- ger gang, nnd which 1 heard ,tlw most, Hiihstant'C. Its ago Is Its guarantee. destroys "Worms phoid fevr ond doatlw from samo In was tlio niyMerous dtsaiipoiirauco of tho and allays Fuvcrlshncss. For more than thirty years use for tho relief of Constipation,, lias been in constant dlati;ow and iirroundlivr territory than ejitlre crew of tho Hrlg Mario Celeste. Tlio Hrlg Erna whllo cruising In Flatulency, "Wind Colic, till Teething Troubles and tho hi olhor towns ot tho same slz Tln-regulates tho Stomach and Dowels, Diarrhoea. aiUOv) that all wolls ho w cwnontoil and .South Atlantic sighted a hrlg under full assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. arranPl that surface water can not get sail, but acting In a very erratic manner The Children's Panacea Tho mother's Friend. that Into them. In tho meantime thty further Glasses trained upon her showed itilvlso that all wntr tahen for iiso from thcro was no ono at her wheel nor ,was there a sign of any one upon her deck. tlio affected wolU Hhould ho boiled. Water that Is to nil outward appear- - A boat in command of the mate was pBears aiico1 puro and lioattliful may be reoklns lowered from tho Erne, niid In a sjiort with bacteria of u harmful natuio. In time fetched up, with the stranger. Sho fact. It hi generally o. If it comes irom proved to be the Celeste, ami when the a well that Is so situated as to l liable nion from the Erne boarded her they to contamination by surface ilralnasc. were unab'e to discover hide or hair of In most towns there are wells which aro the crew. Thero was no sign of a struggle, the extensively used by the general populaorder, cabin furniture was Jn perfect tion. The avernKQ palron of sucli tVll Is entirely satisfied to drink tho water Tlio chests of tlio seamen In the foic'&le without question, provided It bo fairly were undisturbed nnd there wero no sign clear and reasonably cold. Health boards of tho ship having had heavy weather. N(W YORK CUT. TMC CENTAUR COMPANY. TT MUMtAT STRCCT. eyo on these pub in the cabin was a sewing machine, ! should kofpa for on which wero standing upright a small drlnklnjj places, lie bottle of oil, a thlmblo and n piece of not Infrequently they nro prolific In evildenoo work underlie needle; muta Rernis. I,ouls llle Courler-Journthat thero had been no rough weather en AI.KAL.FA (SHOW. MADE "It won't grow liero bocause It can't countered. set Its roots down to water." said overy The Only thing wlJcli the soarcliers cotlld will GUARANTEE you a position IT you oiie, mid "water" was In the creek at thi find was a cutlass which lay upon the us roal soon. Wo neod many moro atu tbo enormous demand to at once Aa supplyas we get the required base Of the hill VM feet high. The ncre deck, and whloli was coverpd with dark soon for our graduates. sloped gently to the east and whs In spots, thought at first to be Irtood. This this offer will be withdrawn. So uumbor of students wrlto at once for particulars. oats, following a crop of about seventy-fiv- e was subsequently proven incorrect, at an bushels of corn per acre. The oats examination made by a number ot phy- wcro cut and removed about July W, stub Rlclans nnd chemists when the ships fi ble mowed and turned, and then disked nally reachtd port. The Mario Celeste carried a cargo of four times. Once n week until August !. COLLEGE the land was worked, harrowed, rolled alcohol in casks, and In one of those August 13 we went tho bung had started and the contents aio. Mr. SCHWARTZ KnTAnunnicn mo IMCU.rOBATKO and FNINOIPAl. r.omsvit,r,E. to tho sclioolliouso yard, where a crop of leaked out. Tho babuioo wcro in fiMt- clover grew, and got ten bushels of the clafts order. Although ,tho Erne only car. top soil, mixed It with a wagon box full ried a small crew, part ot them wero nnd of manuro and scattered It over the aero tranifencd to the Mario Gelc&te, the two ships headed for Gibraltar, mak Bucibee's "Full ol Life" Northern Growa harrowing It In well, f'ptliffrrcd Scrds liae a refutation of xSvearsoi August 20 wo sQWid ing port, tho Erne May 16, i'Sio, and tho successful seed growing behind Ibem. ltpj)ita on 'tho morning of plain me rwsi. ten pounds of alfalfa seed north, south Murie Cohste the next day. -Seasonable Specialties: Although a searching Investigation was and cross sowed ten pounds cast and BEANS tr Earliest Red Valentine . . Jj.50 Bushel west; then wo put a boy on a horso, made, nothing was ever heard of any . . Jj y Bushel ReluRte Kxtra Early New Strlnglcss Green Pod . fj.70 Uushel harrow, of the crew, and to ,this day no explana hitched the horse to aslx-toot- h Wanluell'i Imp. Kidney Wax J4.50 Rutliel l)a is New White Wax . . 54.75 Bushel set tho teoth planting backward as much tion has been given as to why tho ship Curne'j Kust Proof Wax . J4.50 Bushel as possible and let him run the harro.v Marie Celeste, with Jior valuable cargo, PBAS Extra Early Alaska . . . $3 50 Bushel and In excellent condition, was abandon ' over the patcli. New Early Gradus . . . . J550 Bushel Horsford's Market Garden . jj 50 Bushel The net Juno 1, we Cul fdli two' tom td by her crew on tho high sras. . . THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? lluckbcc's Lightning Express J5.00 Bushel Is ft tori And This Is an examplo of tho yarns, true Lettuce, lUdlih. Tomato and a full line ot of cuiod alfalfa hay, July Seeds. Hants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. a half.and September 12 31100101" Itfrt and and otherwise, which were rpun by the it tarn NEW CBEA-"'"- " Send (or complete catalogue or submit a list of TION, coYorinK every hundreds in tho fo'c'slo's of different I your requirements and will quote prices. a half. Held of the world's thought. lluv direct from the irrower Sate Monev. f h action and culture. The only TliLs was our first alfalfa; nlnco ISJiJ ships. I havo been on, Jn tlio Write today. Mention this paper. ttcvr unabridged dictionary la we have repeated our success twloo b" when everything snug and tho weather years. nany thorough soil preparatlot i good, sh'o was racing along with her laWBKiiwst., iKtftfd so Far. BarrcMa the same plan; BectBte tt defines over 400,000 Inoculation, plenty of seed, and date of burden of humanity and merchandise, gror mhhm rrvnnf iuuid uuu two before appeared between When port Is reached and the ship seeding August 13 to 23. C. D. Ljonshi covers. 2700 Paget. 6000 pays off, Agricultural Kpttomlst. then thero is no morework for Jack until his money Is gone, which tJIIUAR MILLIONS OF SHEEP. only diotionur. Recante . Tho growth of tho sheep raising buil-na- is oftentimes in a slngla day. Sailors J with tho new divided page. A. "Stroke of Genius." as a rule are tho most extravagant) off In the West has brought into exist "id S promptly obuined.ln ence a distinct class ot Kindly laoor. all laboring men. allroumrlea,oriio U. w okula PATCNTB BecMM tt Is aa enorolopedla la THAT PAt kdrerUM thm UwroagUlr. at our Thcro aro men who make a specialty ot Working a wholo month, and working iKnw, uialelp tou to mcca. Sand model, photo or sketch for FRCC report Racibu. it Is aooepted by the shearing sheep, traveling along regular hard, only to .spend tlio cntlro iwoges In on M years' praeUM. Courts, Schools and WnUbilUr. routes every year. The majority of thcsi) one nlgjlvt. Then It'ia back to fiarnoss Press a tie one supreme aw RirrrtCNCES. rorfrMUuU Hook on I'rvnuble "atoms writ to thorlty, men operate tho machine clippers, Bays again, and no mora excitement for the -sailor until tho next trip lias w!l0 knows Wine bocn the New York Sun. BeCABM WMHINOTON, D..O. wm pacfPHi jjo urn iiu professional sheep shearers begin made. Those you about this new work. And thus It goes, year In and year out their season on the ranches in Southern IBBBSng d men.and young boys, b ravin, California. From thero they proceed as WW tm eissf efa ttm. far as the julddlo of the state and then tho perils of Lho limitless deep, or a G.C.WUMUMCQrlui.StIW.Mm.l Wyoming, Montana, mere pittance, until sometime an accident go through Utah, OTMltwlililifr. weetieW est et eertel my. I Idaho and Oregon. Tliey finish up the such as the recent ono, comes ajong.arvi wlio shearing in the last named state along the oca takes her toll of tlvoso In July some time, and after tliat,' they liavo striven to overcomo ilicr. She carries .them down ito tlio lowvst go to Canadian ranches, where they of her ahysamal depth, lior wild wa,ve complete their work for tho year. MJoaee'S milbs swceebi tho pro singing their requiem, there to rest on Tho Important part .which raSPECIAL OFFER' J fessional shearers play In the sheep rais her broad bosom until itlio last (port lias halls Na HioIiima, A ' rM.d. C.mtkn you s Dormnent oua. trUl will ing Industry In tho Wosl can be reali- been reached, and sailors of all tlmo toniftr. H&tUfAotLaivaiiArsBtoed orraur ' moaer ref unied. MeCAU. PATTEBNS zed .when the flguros of a sheep census are called on tho Bridge boforo tho Great Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity ind AtU rAllsMMMO-WWls- .l Kllabllity nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly aro inspected, urogon Jias moro uiau Skipper, on tlio day when tho, sea eWos f lfcnlss ImmUTuI dtUt OHM UtmUIs. imAhawUii A I' every city and town in the United Sutts and 2.000,000 heep In flocks, Idaho upward up Its dead. f imO. VhIm VmiM, Ulf HrtaUh Ida, VsIUa, VmimU, , Cansda, or by mall direct. More sold than 1L, twns) Tirtlf, T.ijpt4 mim f rU Bn MftntMe, Ur- -l any other make. Send for tree catalogue, of 2.500,000, Montana 4,500000 and WyoOwiu, m4 Xm Children Cry for Fletcher's SUPPOSE! Your Residence or Business Should Burn Tonight "" a. yutrvr, tf - t IS IT INSURED? look after that Insurance IN O W A few dollars may mean hundreds or thousands to you. To bo sure you get the best protection place it with Better d" that sjnok-Ing.a- What is CASTORIA a It It . Ui-- j It it : : y It Ney Poster J. 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LaU a est styles, patterns, Uressmaklag, millinery, plain sewing--, fancy needlework, halrdresslnir . p etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only CO cents (TOiin uoudicj, inciuuing iree pattern, ubscribe today, or send for sample copy, WVONBEBFUL INBUCEMENTS to Aeents. Postal brings premium catatorue and new cash prise offers. Address Ut to HI W. STtk SL. Ml VMK HI HeCAU MeCALIS f ming according to estimates, provides grazing room for over 4.600,000. Adding sheep figures ot tlio biggest to tlie-sraising states those ot other directions, thero are aid to bo 40,000,000 woo,l and mutton producers on tlio ranges ot the United Status. MANAGEMENT. C. OVCR S YEARS' EXPERIENCE ' my or com htiiti4rifrlftfri0ktxotllrljf. ftt Writ to ui WABHINSTON. B.C. WrS mfi loijww ta P""". tnds maika, copjrihU.ix, N ALL COUNTRICI. Biuliun Mrttt vllk WuMeton taw Urn. ami ofu tlupaltnU TUejMlMiwMMMiMhfeMlSS, A nron description wfiiwii uur uimuiuu iree woeiuer an Intention Is probably natwitable. Communications trietlyeonodentlal. HaIrhMM on Pateuts sent free. Oldest aiieuer for seourhw Bateuts. PatenU Uken tbrouh kunnpVtATrecelTe ajxciol aoiUe, wltaoot qiucKir Tram Marks DcoMNa OoPVHMUiT Ac may aendlna s sketch and A kanasomeli lllustraled weakly. Larmet circulation of any aclentldo Journal, Terms, ee a $ckiif k liierkaite Mf Aloomontas,L 14bya)lnwdialira. While talking about saving of labor a tiling overy farmer, as well us tho man In other walks ot life, Is forced to dohavo you over thought of tho loas resulting front allowing p,lo,wlng dona July I to romaln without harrowing and preparation for .lite seed until a week or g tlme.theit ten days boforo requiring two or tliroo liarruwlngs, and possibly moro to pulverize tlio clods an J got tho field ready for seeding, and then planting In a loose, poorly prepared seed bed? Would It not eavo labor to harrow each day's plowing beforo the team leavo the tlold at nUfhtT It KAiiilnW wsiilM iniAlcH a. bettar aood be,l. Wo know ot farmers wlio practice tho method ot following Uw plow wltU tlw'tlon. wheat-sowin- By local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the car. There Is only one way to euro deafness, and that is by constitutional remedjtu. Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining ot the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or' Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely closed, Deafness is tho result, and unless the Inflammation con be taken out this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will bo destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten ana caused by Ca tarrh, which Is nothing but an inflamed condition ot tlio mucous efur faces. Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for any case ot Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for- circulars, free. F. J. CHENEiT & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists, "Sc. Take-Ifisii'- Deafness Cannot be Cured. I Y U LJ K Letter Heads Bill Heads Noteheads Envelopes Statements Cards And other printed forms are given Sptcial Atttnton In The Republican. . Family fills for, conattpa- - Job Department. m CTa 7 ' -- ( i ' C ' mmm-- llPli f- -o & to 4 i X - scare. NOW IT IS ALL OVER. No more excessive rains. No Backward season has made trade very quiet, then to top it off came the small-po- x Everything: is favorable for good business. Yet we are not satisfied. No one is these days. We want to reduce .our stock and do it more small-poquick, hence this QUICK SALE. Do you want cheaper goods? You will get them! We mean it, and more! Just scan this carefully and come to this Quick Sale. Come with cash or produce, as this sale must be quick. No fooling. You will save big money on all your purchases. Now, to conclude. We want your spring business, want it bad, want it quick. The dates: x. aUICK SALE? ' J "Quick Sale" Begins Thursday, June 6 to Inclusive. 10 15 days quick selling. No Cash Register Tickets given. Nothing charged. Staple Dry Goods. Brown Cotton Hoosier yard-wid- e Bleach Cotton Hope 10-- 4 Brown Sheeting Pepperel 10-- 4 Bleached Sheeting Pepperel All Calicoes t All 12ic Ginghams.... 10c Ginghams All All 10c Lawns yard-wid- e Quick oic 8c 20c 22c Sale Hosiery Save 2c on 10c Sox or Hose. Save 3c on 15c Sox or Hose. Save 4c on 25c Sox or Hose. You know our Hosiery values, don't you? Who does sell the best Hosiery in Hartford? 4ic 10c Sc 8c Quick Sale Corsets. Do Barnard it Co., soil good shoes? If you don't know we expect you to try at least ono pair on this Quick Sale. Wo will give you 5 oil' the- price to try. SI Shoes 80c, 2 ones for fcl.GO, ifcc. This means you get any Shoo or Oxfords at 5 reduction on the prices. Crossets and Fairfield for Men, .1. it K. and Godman for Women and Children. Don't fail to try a Quick Sale Shoe. You will be glad so will we. We bought them for you! 1-1-- roosr Shoes. JsJG t Embroideries. 45-inc27-inc- v .G3c One-fourt- h oil' the Flouncing, per yard h Flouncing, per yard. Worth $1.00 and 50c. h , .32c ? Notions. Ml wll? price of all Pants and Suits. Thus a suit regular price $10 costs you 812, or $3 pair Pants costs you 2.25. Take ad vantage of these prices and buy Duchess Pants or "Frat" Suits. Clark's O. N. ' T. 10c and 12 ic Vests Thread 4c Pearl Buttons, quality best 8c San Silk Millinery. Everything in this department must leave the Get a hat at your own price. New and pretty styles. Material for sale cheap. Make a hat yourself, if you wish. On display down stairs. Come house. quick. Quick Sale! :i : tJ t 4c Brass Pins, best ytB Winer's fCuat-rroo- 4c Bias Folds for Seam F j 4c Tablets Mattings. yard. Finish Short and Girdle eflects, 50c kind for 25c $1 Warner's Ru.st Proof 89c $1.50 Warner's Rust Proof. $1.19 2 Warner's Rust Proof 1.49 3 Warner's Rust Proof 2.19 Buy ono of these famous and splendid corsets. 3c Hooks and Eyes, best Rustless 4c 5c and 10c Val Laces Patterns 25c Cotton Warp for 21c Splendid values. Save 4c on every yard. Is that anything to you? Or had you rather pay 25c? Good Spring f 4c with us. 4c Remnant Embroideries and Remnant Laces At prices that will never see them in our store after the Quick Sale. Tell your neighbor about this sale. Co-opera- te We need you, you need us. This quick sale benefits all. Don't fail to attend more than one day. DEPEND "ON h f BARNARD & CO, HARTFORD, E7.